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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 12, 1902
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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VOL. 37. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA SATURDAY AFTERNOON JULY 12.1902 NO 46 j I


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- A--NURSE- SAYS TRIED TO SHOOT ,!I SAD SIGHT AT THE I POLICE CANNOTSTOP SENATOR A VET OT !IiflDY'S :I



A POLICEMAN DEPOT LAST NICHT Desperate Fight for Life. I!

pe-rj-na is a -Tonic of Efficiency III! MALLORY --

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"OMEN S.\\ OF IT.
'Brvp "JUT o'clock last Patrolman I last Mr Nathan Real says:
At 9:30 night Persons at the union depot
,.- I WILL SPEAK I
Davenport shot at a n'gro night witnessed a sad sight. Two Watch and wait for the manufacturers :

L named Bubble Forney, at the cornerof motherless babies, about 7 monthsold outlet sale of men's, boys' and I Paine's CeleryCompound

. children's clothing. Sale commences I "
Chase and Alcaniz streets, while and twins, in charge of a colored ;
Wednesday, July 16. AT THE DEMOCRATIC LEAGUE i
the latter was endeavoring bundle nurse, were carried to the train to be Owing to the dullue-s in the

. rr I! his gun and shoot down the oilicer. taken to Alabama.In wholesale clothing market one of RALLY IN THE PLMA MON-

. ) Forney was fined $105; this morning the car ahead was the body of Philadelphia's largest clothing's Hated Mt> IVoiii the ln-au Hospital
I manufacturer consigned; to us I DAY NIGHT.
for assault and carrying concealed Mrs. Mattie Miller, the mother, fort '-eight cases of clothing to be I a* Well a* ('ut'l'll1)' jtlIlheuntati

weapons. 'I, who died the day previous and retailed at half manufacturers'prices. I ..ut.
It will pay you to take :
There never wa a remedy so highly
I
I street about ft o'clock and beat a woman : family homestead at Evergreen, ale of clothing at prices never will be held in the Plaza Monday recommended a* Paine's Celery
known before in the history of II
pen'i
Compound. There never was a remedy i
\ named Emeliue Davis unmercifully Ala., for interment. sacola. The order is ":-eIl ,' night by the Democratic League of in such universal demand. It iJ I

. for a "uppo- d grievance. I Tee husband of the deceased was and "Sell Them Quick! So here popular and prized in tens of thou.
they go. Clothing prices paralyzed: : !I Escambia county and Senator Mallory and of homes, because it makes sick !
. I The officer wa called and upon the 1 employed elsewhere and could not 10 cases men's blue and brown
i Linen hulls made with belt will be among the speakers.Hon. people well. I IPaine'
latter's approach Forney ran. The afford to come after his dead wife. strap Celery Compound ha: ? :
all thoroughly shrunk; sold by most Wm. B. Lamar: has also been saved thousands from nervous prostration -
1 oflicer went in pursuit and saw his The two diminutive children were retailers at 3.oO.;: Our price, per suit, and collapse; it has effected .

t 2 man on Chase street. He was told ;! carried in a basket, and attracted a ?1.0). invited to address; the people and if wonderful cures in kidney and liver
7 cases Men's and Youths' light
MRS. K\TE TAYLOR. to halt, but instead of acting peaceably :. great deal of sympathetic attention Flannel Suits, jut the kind for immediate it be possible: for him to do so, h* complaints and; its neuralgia victories have over rheumatism com-

Kate Taylor, a graduated' I' u; e. Worth $5OU; our price,
Mrs and admira-
he tried to shoot the officer. from both white and colored women will be here.Addresses. manded the attention
,nuns ol prominence, gives her experience per suit, 'JOc. tion of our best physician, Jt has
He was standing under a gas lightat | both of whom ministered as only 3 cases men's blue Middlesex Flannel
f1 else
w lth Peruna in an open will\! also be made by cured disease wheu everything
Suits, sizes!! 33 to 46-the suit
'letttr Her position In society and\ the time and the movement to : mothers can to the wants of the little you I has failed.
for.
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pay f Ourprice$5WU 'other prominent orators, who will Mrs. Nathan Beals, a well known
'prnffsskmal standing combine to < draw a gun wa s-eeu by Mr. Davenport \ ones cases men's durable Pants, assorted
lady of Jallup's Mills, Vt., writes a*
tghe special prominence to her ut who stopped the black's designs styles, all go at Ode review the issues of the campaignand follows:-For ten months before I
75 men's Pongee Silk Coats and

a.lttraiH.es.. by a quick shot. WHY ARE TAXES Vests All ,Clerical-cut worth M W;coats sale and price vests, $ .!,at/). tell of the merit cf the candidates commenced Compound, I taking could not I'aine'a put.my Celery footon

\. ,0. ILL., U7 W. Monroe St.u .- Forney ran away, but was cap- half price, namely: $10.00 garmentsfor endorsed by the Democratic the first round of my chair, only
I five inches from the lloor. I ha(1
ell' \. ', m 1 have observed IVrunaia tured this morning and when under i NOT COLLECTED? $500; ?S 50 garments for 1125; i '
of left side
tunic man or woman ':;.00 -rnents for $2.50.; !! League and why the people should nearly lost the use my '-..
:1"t any --
arrest offered the officer $10 to withdraw and I could not lift a pound weight ,
)at .*' wh I"! weak from the afMrm I 3 casmen's fine Worsted pants, I support them.Everybody I II with the left hand without dUBgerof 'I

3r.a i rlous! illnpfw.wi the concealed weapon charge. PE $ (,OLA. Fla., July 11, l02. broken sizes, worth from $3.00 to I II dropping it. Many tinier I would
fi 5 00.) Take choic" for is invited to attend
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number of i I
Ii"" ) it used in a I I Editor Daily News lift something at the table, only to
m"n'sl'5l1k Vets about 30
cass .
? IIJ, ...n' ,wee, and have teen ev CLAIMS TOHAVE Since reading the report of the styles to select from, none iu the this meeting. drop it. J had u pressure in the top

d used, but I found thai: county commissioners and the communication lot worth less than H, 73c., b3c., Jl I I of my head and a pain at the base of

, \v. t iVruna had the quickestr signed Old-Timer about Hundreds of men's Alpaca Coats I the brain which would leave me so
that
the condition of the nervous I ned; to tell my husband
BEEN ROBBED county's and Vests, some worth fjOO; ; take
to restore v/tal/ty/n. finances, I have been making some your choice for 90c. COLORED BAPTISTS I would surely go crazy. I
Peruna seems
health | inquiries as to the cause of such de- A Word to Mothers-We will simp I could not keep till at night, and
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renew
ctttv bodily ignr ipletion I of the treasury. I could Iy'A away four oases of Boys'AllWool Sundays were jut:; awful to me, I

ind strength in a wonderfully short While under the influence of scarcely' believe that three months Knee Pants, worth 5oc. OF WEST FLORIDA found my whole system prostrated,

tiJDe .'.... IRS. KATE TAYLOR. I i after the law says the taxes shouldall to 5c.I, pair-at lOc. a pair while : and it took a long time to build up '
: liquor last nL ht a white man whose be collected and the books closed, my poor wornout nerves. I think
multitude of they 1 >t. ,
( tinjjHat I '
.ex I that Paine's Celery! saved
', from some form of name: was not reported, was relievedof there remains uncollected $25,000, AI+o 25 dozen bluo and black -egb: I Compound
iii -t.ir u practically one-third of the entire Knee Pants, worth S3c to Jl.OO, all to :' The first West Florida Baptist me from the Insane Hospital, as
unablft to find I "
I, \t.-y" md Ht $10 on Baylea street wharf. levy. There mutt be some cause for well as cured my rheumatism. ,
at 19c.
.. th' rtraownedi go per pair. j{ association: will close today after a
i. I 11 irtman -
r collect
The matter was reported to the this failure to the taxes, andI Thousands of Boys' Knee Pants
.i il.l i .4t rrh.il di (Iu'p;, I 11 find that one of the reasons is that Suits, sizes 6 to 15, at les than half glorious session of three days; during -

h 1 wilmten: "i tni dtn'Is I(police station and a party is held the tax collector spends a good por- the price you have been paying for I which time a large volume of important ALABAMA MINERS
,,< ,-,, .v, mak' thou of his from his office I
h in' mia \ under -uspicion. The man claimedto i time away the same. ;uits."It .
lurini! tti- WmlHt'r on private bu-mess. I am told business was transacted.
ai' .wahul1 I. 1.,1'\; L. will pay merchants to attend I
Ill tills without ,.harj> AildrTli j bn 1 had the money in banknotes that only a short time ago he was thin Big Sale a radius of 300 On yesterday the second day of the RESUME WORK

Fenian Medium* ('0", *'m. Ohio. ou t..e inside of Ins hat when it was absent from the city some ten days miles Mail orders promptly at : :
I i I or two weeks on business not con tended. I !session' Rev. James Coieah of Ceylon -

-em: and taken by the thief.A ,1 nected with the duties of his office. Remember, this sale begins Wednesday i
i addressed the Association: in behalf -
NALKED MANY MILES TO WED. I Is that right;: to the people of this morning, July 16th. Special to The Daily Xt"WN.Birmin .

---- Timely Word | county who have so long honored. THE "'%I. & ()." CLOTH iM* STOKE, I of the Foreign Mission work, ;ham, Ala., July 12-The
I him with this highly important office 323 :South Palafox Street,
Q opposite and Z545; was donated to that cau-e.: I
itv Miles Are Covered by Mr. The weaker the ystem, the more ?: I am also reliably informedthat City park. differences between the miners and ;

attsrson and Miss Foshee. enervating the heat and the greater the collector admits to the Your money back by asking, if Miss Bessie Gully read an interesting operators have beeu amicably set-
I 1. I Jolly i 11 I-D. t..rminel the danger of prostration.This county commissioners that he is unable goods are not found asadverti-ed.
the work of the publishing
on -
i hard Patterson al1.1 1 1a is a truism-a proposition to collect the taxes, and has paper tled and the miners will resume ,

I I'S.' .S needing no argument.A : a-ked them to furnish him, at the I board, and 5200: was appropriated -
< I' work .
<
luting > Monday morning.
MUJ
word in favor of the systemic expense of the county, an assistant FATAL ACCIDENT ;
:I'.'v. Alabama.: walkPi, I for that work.
effects of Hood's Sarsaparilla is Did anybody in this county ever hearof The wage scale was amended so as ,
'i':.11s; and had the knot timely-it is a fact that this peculiar I j
officer whoreceives
the assistant to an j Rev. G. W. Raiford, D. D., president -
to be to both miners and
satisfactory
medicine strengthens and all I
/ tones :, fees as his compensatioiI AT GOULDING
all lion enrrespordiugmills the organ and functions and builds:; I I paid for his services by the I of the state association, addressed operators.One .

here and hail, ar up the whole sy-tein. I 1 county? If the tax collector requiresan -- : the meeting. Isis addresswas
'. We believe you will do well to takeHoud' as Ntaut, that assi-taut should
>n with them He di I Bottle of Burnett's Vanilla Extract is
during.. tlue heated period. I be paid out of the commissions he A negro named Chapelle an em able, forceful and well received.
moy to bring his intend better than three of the doubtful !
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receives. By his own admissions, Rev. }o'V.. Lancaster financial
,
'n the train and so p.- ploye cf the L. & X., was horribly kind. Though costing a few cent s
j the present collector cannot,without
lady trudged: most ofh ATTENTION! financial aid from the county in ad- mangled at Gouldmg yesterday by i j secretary of missions,ably presented more per bottle, its purity and great

the country. I dition to the commissions provided falling under a train of Hat cars. the work of his department to the -trencth make it the most ecouomi- i iI
Pupil. ol Schools Xos. 1 and 5. I
'rv! enough money to I by law. collect the taxes,and I think I
.md the justice of the We nre to have a normal training | it is high time to put a man m that Death was instantaneous.The association, showing that ?2,4'Wwas' I cal brand.

"1, rmed the ceremonyhis school to begin; Monday, the llth I office who not only can, but will disI train which killed the negro I. spent in his department last year. AND"POLICE
free in-t., and continue for six weeks. I charge the duties of the office. That ISOlDiERS ;
This school will be in chargeof able man is Henry Bellinger, and I think was a gravel train, working slowlyin :i I Rev. W. D. Vauu of Jacksonville

lu-tructor. and we hope that much the people of this county will makea from j 115 visiting the I association and has
road
"J AND WIFE DROWNED. benefit will be received by all who mistake if they do not elect him. repairing Montgomery I FIGHT ;
However, I have abiding faith in Pe IIsacoJa. standing been very active in its work.
\\illbe fortunate enough;: to attend II an to Chapelle was I

', a .ffl of Death of Mr. and:: the daily se. .tOns of this: school. K-cambu c'Junty''oters, and do on a car loaded with gravelwhen The educational sermon was I ,.
Vrs B. Aycock. All p pll. who will enter the 'Jth :, not believe that they will continue
in office a man who his own ad- loose sand throwing preached la-t night by Rev. J. T. A in which three soldiers
"l'!\' 11,-The people of 1 and loth grades; of school No- 1 ando by the slipped bloody fight;
next and. also, the mis-ions. is unable to discharge theI i Mason of this and it a masterpiece. -
year graduatesof j city, was !
oc-Ued >sterday afr ; him under the wheels. The named McOill, Whitney and
duties the lw him, I
lat imposes
.' .. said schools term, are cor- I upon
.. "\\s that B. Ajro'k diallv invited to attend. | whether from inability or neglect of negro threw himself in between the I Haskins, and police officers Roach i
..- i ity, tad been drown X. B. COOK. his sworn duty; and in conclusion I At la-t night's meeting Miss RubyD.
1 i 1 feel that Old-Timer and all rail .and two cars passed over without and Hilton took part, occurred this '
ir.tj, where tht-y were 12j2t j County Superintendent sere good
's --- !! citizens who vote for a change in hurting him. Fearing injury Collins charmed the audience morning 1 o'clock. I 1
I this office, well
very important as
.v*manager of the Dun- CONCERT AND DANCE AT 1 as those who vote against him, will from brake rods, he started to crawl I with a sweet solo. Haskins struck Officer Roach a 1

Southern Cotton Oil MAGNOLIA BLI"THURSDAY I feel proud of the successor to the from under the train when his two The association: close today after powerful blow on the neck and nearly !J

\jcock was a dau hV NIGHT. TRAINS: AT S. S-:30 AND i i present incumbent as. he will makei
cut off and his cut to j having enjoyed a grand ?e-"ion in floored him. Roacli Ha 'J
\ A.'ort, of this i ail officer that will be an honor to legs were body tapped -
9. LAST TRAIN RETURNS: ,
had been married J1 :;,&). TICKETS :25; CUXle, AT the position he i* going to till according pieces otherwise. I our city, with a grateful remembrance ; kips. with his club and brought him -j j'I
i the wish of of
to large
'' months. No a majority
particuning DEPOT. : the voters expressed on the lath of The remains were brought here of the kind ho-pitality of our "' to terms in a short while. 'I
>\\ have been re'C.11 'I
I July. oon afterward and turned over to i i citizens. In the police court today Haskint I Ii
Men Will lie UUy'. TAX PAYER. I ,
I Undertaker Wood for preparationin i was tried on four charges of drunk, ;
I
In the excitement of a lively exercise
MR. MYERS NOT VOTING.
'- Option in Newton. like boat-racing or ball-playin I CONCERT AND DANCE AT shipping. The coroner viewed the I; I I assaulting, re5i ting arrest and obstructing
';" July 11.-A pttitloi MAGNOLIA BLUFF THUBS- I
they will strain their muscle* ando body and gave: a certificate of deathin the sidewalk, and was
with the county ordinary DAY NIGHT. TRAINS AT 8, $:30 I
I House Bill 215 1077 A bill to
,
Page ,
:lion on the local opior home limping and s-ore. Then theyare I AND 9. LAST TRAIN RETURNSAT accordance with the above facts. :, fined 1 2i tt. McOill wa fined .; and

August :". Covir glad they have Perry Davis" I 11.oO TICKETS 23; CE TS. be entitled! "An act in relation to i .
The body was shipped to the homeof : i Whittier was discharged.
AT DEPOT. tl
;'v since August S. IS';;;, Painkiller on hand to soothe the I insurance companies in this state." _
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the deceased at McGehee Junction ., .
Mmo the town has insrfi'v quivering nerves : to penetrate the i I Two Bottles Cured Him. <
J The bill became law and makes .
( a
:! and business hast muscles with warmth and healing MYERS THINKS ANY OLD near Montgomery, last eight. I 1 J
I i "I was troubled with kidney com H
'11 Re; degree. Many It has relieved the pain of I insurance companies, when judgment.
power. \ plaint for about two years," writes A. \
.-i whd voted for whisky two generations of Americans. THING WILL DO THE PEOPLESenate JOINT MEETING OF : is against them, pay the attorney's
,III. Davis, of Mt. Sterling la., "but two j ji }
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<>n will It this
mt of the existing oppose condirlty Large bottles. 25 and 50-cents Bill 61, A Bill to be en- BUSINESS ORGANIZATIONS | fees of other side.) Mr. Myers did i i bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure effected '
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T in tho town. titled "An Act to compel railroad i, not vote. 28june1w : a permanent cure" Sold by W. A. i

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. companies to construct and provide i!, D'Alemberte,121 South Palafox street. .J
Saves Woman's Life
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t !suitable stational accommodations for
l ERT AND DANCE AT Pensacola Lodge, No. 3. K. of P.- [ A joint meeting of the Chamber of To have given would hate meant Cleaning ladies skirts and waist I
up
at the stations their i
\- on
ILI A BLUFF Monday night, passengers
THURSDAY: Regular meeting '
: Commerce and Young Men's Business
Members : death for Mrs Lois Cragg, or Dor- U one of or.r specialties. Htar Laun ;Ii
o'clock. of
1 TRAINS AT S.>' :30 ANDT July 14, at S are lines of roads. On the passage
League is called to be held on I
TRAIN RETURNAT: specially requested to be present. this bill Mr. Myers voted NO. (Senate {, Chester, Mass. For years she had dry. I
Thursday evening, July 17, at 7
Work in the rank of Page. Members i endured untold misery from a severe I
ICKF T2j: : CENTS, AT of sister lodges:: and visiting Journal 1893)). 22june2t o'clock, to consider and act upon the I Hung trouble and obstinate cough. Garden hose at the Willis

brothers cordially invited. Furniture, goPRYOR'S. report of the joint quarantine Investigating "Often.; she writes, "1 could scarcely
F'e: ---- MONROE CAMPBELL, C.C. I lf r You \ffant\ t committee. All membersof breathe and sometimes could not Hardware Co's. 1
,ant
china closets, HENRY HOKSLER, K. R. !ts. | I) to speak. All doctors and remedies failed:
both bodies who do
can possibly
.
CONCERT AND DANCE AT
Boards and leather- till I used Dr. King's New Discoveryfor
so are urged to attend.W. MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY
at CONCERT AND DANCE AT Consumption and was completely
'lairs at Marston This weather makes the MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY A. BLOt:' .T, cured." Sufferers from coughs, colds, NIGHT. TRAINS AT 8.8:30AXD

na's- Low You President Chamber of Commerce.J. throat and lung trouble need this 9. LAST TRAIN RETURNS AT
prices can buy
; ; easy grass grow. NIGHT. TRAINS AT 8, 6:30AXD for it ll:5i. TICKETS 2-5 CENTS, AT
never disap
remedy,
"Merits. R. KELLER, grand
keen cutting Lawn Mowers 9. LAST! TRAIN RETURNS AT points. Cure is guaranteed by W. A. DEPOT.

E- 'LD' WATERMELONS AT and Grass Shears from the 11:50. TICKETS 25 CENTS, AT President Young Men's Business D'Alemberte, druggist. Price, 50c !

S i.1.\hFlELD ICE CO'S. Willis Hardware Co's. DEPOT. League. and Jl.OO. Trial tattles free. Try THE NEWS Want COltUlIU IY



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I i'I LIKE GHOST TRAGEY BACKACHEIs DES MOINES FLOOD I I Wholesome- -=




IfKJCMJCKJV AN OCEAN t iRip ELUDES PURSUERS ,I toms only which one of point many to distressing the presence symp-of LOSS IS SIOOOOOOI :i! BudWeiser


womanly diseases. If women thoroughly
k i I,I understood the relation of the local womanly -
t BOSTON
To ?NEW YORK Hundreds of Homeless People
I
Was Almost
His Last Escape health to the general health they f
I AND ALL I I would understand that 'I.I I i Clear sparkling

t EASTERN RESORTS Miraculous. backache headache I II I Sleep In Parks. I II ,

t I nervousness, sideache I i palatable. Has
t dizziness faintness and a
f* MANY ARE BEGGING FOR FOOD
YITM
HAND-TO-HAND ENCOUNTER.
QCQ HAS similar feminine ailments !
flavor
cannot be cured I I peculiarly
i OCEANSTEAMSH1PCOMPANYJ : } until the ; j Ii Is Is Believed the Situation in the I
Beats Down His Pursuersand womanly a.
Fugitive its
LO\VKATE>-MIIBIUKM.KMCEJO own making it the
,, health is established. r Flooded District Cannot Be Relieved I most
Hour of Ocean BreezesSailings .. Plunging Into the Underbrush, Dr. Pierce's Favorite '

each Week r i I Aided by Darkness Makes Good His Prescription cures dis- for Many Days-Epidemic; of Malaria .1''I popular bottled beer for table use

3 Ga.Td..t.an.tapa J eases peculiar to worn- and Fever Now Feared.
from Savannah. J i' Escape. ''tn. It establishes regularity I in cottage and mansion all 'round

nl tlui I'opnUr LInlour.. I dries the drains Des )Moines July 11.-Hundreds of
y I".a"III rpnd I. tr1wr.' .\"I.mllll""IO.. lI..r J 'j Tacoma, Wash.. July 11.-A spechat which weaken
1 circuital luuiV. II"'SI""O'' ... women homeless flood sufferers spent the i the wide wide world.
m ojriiH"ittroin all .,,,I..rD I'owt.I.y a 1 I to The Ledger from Covingtot, heals inflammation and ,
4 .hi.rt ra.. ,rwr l< ,sartinijib and 2u buur vf J night in schoolhouse yards and in
Jeo.tutor u ><." lot k.prat..TIO. Wash., early this morning says: ;i ulceration, and cures I The product /

-,.:-;..... ,.. AD"taTlaw, fit 1 Tracey has performed the marvelous I female weakness. In downtown parka without so much asa oAnheuserBuschBrewingAss'n
l ...n... he. a.... TO curing these local diseases blanket to cover them. Some had !
.1 II t a ........ '-iWll..Irt.. ........1.. H.. J again and has slipped like a phantom it cures the ail-
r. N....101oo<.. Ti.1N ...., r....r.l.. lit.CEN'KKAL to beg for food, although every pr.1
y ..._ through cordon of guards at the fo >t ments which they
i "01...H. ... .1..1.J..Ludw.ll. f fort is being made to provide f.,.d and I
'I 1f ayC7f'9thf7f K ?CK'Ia"IrT of Sluice creek, fought a battle with cause; backache headache shelter for them. j. St. Louis, U. !. A.

the deputies a milt west of here and sideache dizziness -
VrtXtn oleo of Black 6 Tin, Anh.us
t : faintness nervousness The Des Moines river rose half an OJ -Staadard. Pale>Lager,
t escaped in the timber. In the fight _. Faust Expert Pale, Ezqultlte, Mlch.lob and Malt\atrn.
KHKNCH SCHEDULE and other ills inch during the night. It is believed
. I ing no on was hurt, though when thfl feminine."I D1N.NHE1MER BROS., Wholesale Dealers IVnsacola
t I peculiarly the situation in the flodded district 1'la.
outlaw fired twice at T. F. Crowe ho
Following is the schedule of the wrote you for advice
cannot be materially relieved for several -
I t General French 1 was so close that the deputy could February 4th, i5)6," wntes
government steamer Mrs Loma HaKtead. of days and that when the waterfinally I
i. which THE NEWS prints; for the feel the burning powder as it was Clarf<>re, Cherokee Nat, Sound kidneys are safeguards of I Rubber hose, all sizes at
,
Incl. Ter. "I with from the reaches its former channel, at I life. Make the kidneys healthy with
was racking
benefit of the merchant* who! ship blown from the gun. When darkness; pain
various back of my head down to my heeR Had hemorrhage epidemic of malaria and typhoid fever Foley's Kidney Cure. Sold by W. A. \: the Willis Hardware Co. '
their good to the ; *
army | fell Tracey was thought to be securely: 1 for weeks at a time and was unable to sit
poets: | penned on the point of the western up fir ten minutes'' at a time You answered my j will prevail. An estimate of the I D'\lemberte.-2. South Palafox street. I Pyrj/-Balaam Stop,the TlcJ.llnc"

IravrsPeosacola ... ... .... 7tOa.m. letter,ajvi-fd me to use your valuable medicines. damage at this time is practically im- IIoIKIQIlkI.1'aorta la an .. .. .. ,
bluff where he had lain concealed aU xii Dr. Pierce s Favorite Prescription Golden : .0' .... ..... ? >
INa aBarrancalLrfTehPlckrns : ia.m.
t" sbe.: It is
............_. ":"0 a. m. the afternoon. Though the guard Medical IMtcovery,: and Pleasant I'tllets. alooga" j I po expected to reach a You will have ,
advice about baths and ilitt Tom r.8f i. '
injections pr
Lave iarrnQCi .. ....... ":15 a. m. I miShon dohars. 'w
L..an Vrnkucola ........ ..10:15 a. m. were stationed thickly one being posted ) surprise. in four mouths from the time I began I flower/ gardens if t -,- ,.. I
Arrives KRrmncHs lllta. m. and then every I 5o' feet he successfully eluded your treatment 1 was a well. woman and ] own ground. Your: ,-i i: ; '.
have had 0
out the backache since and now I put 7M3:: elpnstare is on'xixaiivc every IoT of tho ;! nci:!!
maker a Barrancl\trip to Fort McKt-e and then re- them and traveled up the roadbed in sixteen hours a day at hard work." Overflow! Threatens Tcpeka. i Brorno I a home, and he cat ti. it 'IV ,
tarp to =
and sickOlllt'n invited Topeka: Kan., July 11.ThE Ka* QuinincTabetr I though he
Weak to tl ink
Lrav > Urtrrnncas .. m" 1.15 p. m. of the Palmer cut off toward Colin are [ may vi
L.\"t'\' .' ... .. ):-5 p. m. I consult Dr. Pierce by letter 1m Address rivi-r htre has risen 1 foot sir.ce yeterday. ;- the reiiiudy that cures a cold tn one 441j, Every woman want- a ..- .
L4ve IVn-acoU .. ... .... 4M) m. ton. 5 miles distant I I
p. Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo N. V. and if hp will l--4v.
| own, 11 ik \
and is still rising. The lot' i u j w
Leoa"1 Ticki-ns .... 5:15 p. m.Arrivri
At 11:43 o'clock last night TraN'Yarrin.tJ iI
H, rranoi\s &::iii p. m. and uialtws The Common Sense Medical Adviser lends are flooded In North Topeka I \IIJ\\'WEHY.: i| Thus. C. Watson & Co.,
trip to McUc and return. at the sawmill plant of tin' ioo- is given Send 21 one-
pages away. everal families have abandoned thurhomes : I, The uderolgned: takp"thi",'method i leading Real E?:ate A'-i--, .
\Vfdne-daysanilSaturday* the Coxinston Lumber a mi1!' cent stamptbe expense of mailing only, .
company show her how
>f offering her service as aflr.'tclis | can a-y it 1i ii i-
V)3'l'ick1eM which toctther with the First
boat wit leave K.irrancas for the book in covers, or
|. from this 1la'e.I1.ml paper 31 stamps I' licensed midwife having i one.
for 1'eiiiacola at 6:30 p. m. I for the volume bound in cloth. Address ('umhPTand church are surrounded i
j Sheriffs J. C. Dunce. Fre! had ;3.; years experience. !I II .I
The General French is for army Dr. R. V. Pierce Buffalo, X. Y. by water. Water Is running over
/
and out-ider r.nnc-p. f.alvin and Crowe had been j I Can give bp-t o'f rt'fern.ces from j I Buy a new garden
only must .
any I both Garfield and City parks in th
Eurpo-es *.. from the quartermaster sent to guard this point. DeputiCrowe -. i 1 :- leading; physicians of tins city. from the Willis IIarf/
COAL STRIKE STILL UNSETTLED. (ity. and the street railway: tracks )1 p.-. M. G.'IJDF.: take and the
o passage; 01 her. Dunoes. father and son I
I had I, in the outlying districts are sun ]lit lit south DeVilh-r.: St. Company.
farted themsehes on the raihoul J
Miners and Operators in Birmingharr ,, mereed. The 'trHt railway bnrtp"
near the sawmill at the entrance of a

STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE i iDrlueen big cut near a rise in the proun.i District Cannot Agree. I II II in Topeka is in a shaky condition am

Birmingham, July 11.-The: coal mirera' other bridges are in danger. D Re MOFFETT'S
Th"y't'T hardly settled when they ( ':
strike is settled fro.l1'
not and
I'rnxacnlu and '.II..II-Buat hpad footsteps approaching from th" Same Story
the best information obtainable ,
a s -i
I I
Kiinn Ilaily 1"11'1'111 :-11 11I1 II}. Auburn :f'nl i The challenge! to aawa'l
tlement is further off that it"as.. .1 ,. J. A. Kelly relates an experience

"CITY OF! TAMPA.{ given."Hello: week ago. The ?< ale agreed upon l.> similar to that which has happenedin
responded the ftrancer. the almost every neighborhood in the
operators and! miners' commute'which
j!
Lr Milton "'. >' am LvPru-acola.IYpml I I IAr | "What's your name?'" demanded J United States and has been toM and
Arl'rDsai-olay.i \r lllton. : : was submitted to the sevetal''
i jpmrarp.ft'c. ;
C. Bunce. retold by thousands of others lie ( TEETHING POWDERS)
Kound trip.":'.'. camps for adoption or rejection was
"My name I is And,>rloon." As beave /> j j says: "Last summer I had an attack nLActerrl9Gs.Ark I'tjLI- I.
=-. -=- this reply Trarey. for it was ne rejected by a vote of 11:; to 43. i I of dysentery and purchased a bottle ofChamberlain's p.,..J.ST.Berry(r.f Arkanias Method Corference.writcs Enf *.*! b, d fift cet oft.1. h p'twopakac.snf"TEETHtx.t" J;
The convention is sitting W@.ond.rho..bauu't"lrb ait II 'rr a"Ineeitusapncha'eantitcameatamo.tohponuneumcour
bphinjj Colic Cholera and
started to The babe auinaarnons {h b-
i run. deputies opened mi t
Queen Compliments President ] closed doors and the members of the; i I Diarrhoea Remedy which I used ac- been i"bad condition fur days and nntbin( thai we rata del, any ft ,\\ that* u >td .eo( "aii.lH: ..
t New York. July 11 Queen Alexandria j fire, but Tracey ran up the track an-.l Irfer relief and he few had no further trouble other members uf the f. miy: nmvt; ...*.>J it,i J rrj
to directions and with entirelysatisfactory
convention will give out nothing. The j, cording b.. .
few "a '''' succes.BOYS
i at the coronation! bazaar a yard further encountered Deputy -
in the j I coal operators' committee met in the results. The trouble was
botanical cardeus: which she opened. :| Sheriff Crowe. I headquarters 'controlled much quicker than former
and
1 "Who goes there" challenged the I waited patiently f ifa attacks when I used other remedies." Poyou .-l h tomak..allttlt 'rl.
11.1 an excf'dinRly/ delicate compM- long time for a communication from ] and GIRLS L! mon"Ydullng"par..U\onll':
,
mer.t to President! Roosovelt. says n officer. the Mr. Keely is a well-known citizen of NI. you can readily lo *o, b, .
.
"A deputy." coolly responded the miners but no report ever came. I i Henderson. X. C. For sale by all Inll our"Bluelne." *" per rent, commission on all .al. An Indi>pcui.nhlv art > .
Herald disjiati! from London.t- j i it The operators have nothing to say druggists and medicine dealers.Foley's hOlu*..hnh\ use t.trrylydyiturlighted .hen they err it. One .li. ter liclnc! received at the American I[ outlaw. ; Klu'-mtcr you.r used In the u-h. Wrn..lo b}', before jour territory j. lak : .-
, i j and will not express an opinion as t.i i i ii romruueelae.anti ..c will send by return mail) one dozen rncknijey of "BluPine '
court by Mrs. Choate and Mrs Whiter;i|. "Crowe thinking was the elder i the outcome of it all. The sole agreedupon j W ben you hasoll them return uDr.., retamicc: the balance 4Ur, U your vui ,-
law H. id. she carefully f'xaml'n by the operators will not iei I .\llllr....h, (,li.N.MAM'KACl ('ICI.NU ( O. Hrpt. C* 1H. Jinx Ito 1'liila. )'a
uU 1 10-, on sale and !;fol.'ct J volume 1 1rf 1[ cey commenced shooting at close adopted and it is cures colds prevents pneumonia. .
possible a new scaii'' .
! Priidt'nt Hoosevflt's writings!; sayj j I:, range. The bullets whistled harmlessly :, may be made by the miners to be presented ,, -
lag she: anticipated much pleasure :j by but Crowe suffered slightly! ,
readlr.e It.Striking in from the burning powder. After the to the operators for adoption. ., IF YOU ARE ROYAL STANDARD \\VlllSKEY! {

t The outlook for a settlement! soon'''
,1 .ehnotir" ; Traceyentered the bn.sh

Teamsters Attack Wagon j,j\ along the side of the track where hni 1 is beginning not very to encouraging.feel the effects Business of th.is' j i LOOKING FOR BARCAINS I Years Old, in Casts of 4 Full Quarts, at $3.20 per CUtTHIS

t Chicago. July 11.-Fifty or sixty 1'i was lost in the blackness of the night.: suspension. It is believed by some :n i, !

( striking teamsters attacked a wagon :' Later Tracey attempted to board an position to know that no settlementwill I j i For the next ten days I will ?ell I WHISKEY: at the Nebo t

Inadfil with conV which was bring ':>, eastbound freight: on the north sideof be made until after the meeting' .. Di-tlllery, and i 14 fully matured in w "'

driven alone Ja<'k. on boulevard The the Sluice creek hut was enable to called by President Mitchell on Ju.y 'I I you any article now in tock at a before'bottling. it N nb"nlutl'l'l'ure and not "X,

driver took fright at the threatening I Imon.tratlons j j,. catch it. Th. conductor of another 17 of the United shine Workers ol! '. discount of 'J-1 per cent from the regular celled in quality by auy Whi-key of the lame a.

d and deserted his wag train reports that while running near 1 America. I II I price. Think of it-you will I no matter where produced. The Royal HtandLH '

the sawmill someone called for him t.ii eight years old when bottled and, consider .'
(In. Tin- strikers took possession of save *i" on a diamond ring or pin
its excellent qu'dity, is the cheapest whiskey
the local of coCfee. and after cutting I i i stop and It is thought it was Tracer !i! it would co-t
| rUrntorliil Trufhfnln. where at regular price the market at that price. AS a beverage, and ii-
up th. sarks. strewed the ('ontE'nli'alone and that he may before have ben woun.de 1 I Tish will do singular think says'i'i $Io). See ; you save fi cents oni an absolutely pure stimulant, there is none better

the street Quite a crowd colli I in the battle midnight. n local contemporary.\ nut nobody ever i ii i I every dollar's worth you buy. Now Shipped in case containing no mark* whatever t'

'fteil, but the jKillce\ soon cleared the I j i A man thoueht! to be Merrill appear i j linard.nf a fish lying about the size of !.i 1 diamonds or indicate contents. If purchaser upon exatniuiii"

street 'i rd jesterday at the home of a farmera I'. the man that caught; it.-Detroit Free is the time to buy your the whiskey, is not satisfied with the quality t->

few miles past of Ra\'pnlap. ('n'!':,. : watch or any other article in tock | can return the same at our expense and mom

very cheap. Call and examine will be refunded.All .
Falls Down Hatch To DEATH. I
i Trobule Fee orftlili."a. July -PI't.r Mullen : posu.flice m.'neyorder, bank draft or -i
mater at arms. T'nitcd States New York July 11.-In the opinion !I A Cure For Summer Complaint. only ten days. No trouble to show LIGIITYLARSOLD j'z press currency money order. We refer to First Nato .

payy national nn the Vnited States of Captain; John Conroy superintendent :Summer complaint is'unusually prevalent good. J. J. HTEPHE ::;. 1DA Bank or any merchant in Pensacola.Eut' .

fhirt Franklin! at the Norfolk navy i of the harbor imprm'pment01\ among children this season. A 1 112 ?outh Palafox street.

yard while ,1P.'pins on a chest near a I that is It..indone at Cardenas Cuba well developed case in the writer's t

,, Ial'hwa rolled off and fell down th. by a New York (contractor there will family was cured last week by the.!II'j The finest line of umbrellas in the _r = S. A. FRIEDMAN.

hold t ru-hine: hi" skull He was carried ; be trouble with the natives of that timely use of Chamberlain's Colic, I city is at J. I. i'tephens'. Oo look J

to the marine hospital! and died i place within iO days. The negroes of Cholera the best and patent Dianhota medicines H..mply-une manufactuied 1, at them- - c f = S lE 1'KOFKIETOR. ?KNSAC
there Miill'-u] was '..' rears of age, I he says are dissatisfied with the con. and which is always kept on

S std haled: from New York city. ditions. and on the principle that they hand at the home of1> scribe. This Foley's Kidney Cure Iil5KE1' P. O. BOX fit{. TF.LKI'HOXK: : '

I participated in the fighting, they believe Is not intended I\J a free puff for the I nukes kidneys and bladder right. '-moan...,s ... "

$11I0 mw.lm.slllo.Tht' I, they ought to have the office. company, who do not advertise with _._ i iI t 8.A.aItDM*$ Lrl handle every class of Liquors old ,

readers of tlii- paper will beI 'There is a state of great uneasiness us. but to benefit little sufferers who a bulk or bottle wholesale or retail, at rrlce.- t. a)
may not be within easy access of a II.you wish the very best '
i >leaM to learn that there Nat leat i In Cardenas. he added. "They have I I t are way down.

ore dr' a led di-ea-e that -ciencea I, two hanks there, with only 21 policemen physician.out a bottle Xo of family this meoirine si'ould be in with the 1 ice cream freezer at the very AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER.

been able to cure in all iNtaseand -: to protect them house, especially in slim 311'r time.- 1 lowest price, the Willis ..

that i. catarrh. }tall'" Catarrh I II Lansing Iowa. Journal. For sale by Hardware Co. can please

Cure i- the arty po..ItR t' cure now I No False Claims. all ilniceists! and medicine dealers. MICKESCO.

nown to the medical fraternity you

Catarrh brink a constitutional di<- The proprit tOtS of Foley's Honey -
I' If want a nice present to give for
you We will launder your spreads
*'.-*'. rrl ulr.-- constitutional treat- and Tar do not advertise this as a
:o a friend go and look through the 15 Cents each and make them look
'lJ*lIt. } all'* Catarrh Cure i< taken "sure cure for cUllslmw'ion." Theydo elegant line of !suitable articles at like uw. Htar Laundry. Plumbe Gas and Steam Fitter

Internally, acting directly upon the not claim it will cure this dread J. I. I"tephen". you surely can find ,

.1.1.11 au.1 inucotiurfacei of the complaint in advanced cases but do something; to please you. If you Water coolers that do not

'Vteni. tlieri-l-y. troyiil2the: fours positively assort that it will cure in want anything in the Diamond fine Palafox
No. i South Street
tfation,t the di-..a-e. and ;ivin;: thrati..n' ? ''the earlier stages and never fails to be sure to see him before buy. waste ice, at the Willis
you Klnda Plumbing and GaR Fitting Materials Kept oc Harat.K2WnNI
.. All oi :
treuu'tli by building! the :
: up give comfort and relief in the worst Hardware Co.'s. .. .
Vtvl.r" 1
t 'If"
aril I in : : A
aul..till
coii-titutiot. ; nature and gar
('a ;" !: Foloy's Honey is ...
doiiijr itW'.rk. The proprietors without doubt, the greatest throat an,1IllIn
:
have ..o lapel faith in ftir.itive ( remedy Refuse substitnti-s r.8'/f# NEEICLY PyCIlhaL'L'FOR

. r oer... that they ..1ff.rCII.l1ulldrt'd 0J.hy\ 1Y..1. D'\i<'mhtrto>. Ul South STEAM DIVISION! EL :M.AveryEUfCEt: :

lollar* forjny eathat it fails t i cure. StMul for li..t of testimonial. --.- --- FKNSCOUA KLMmilCTKKMlnAKAILWAY
Laxative Brcmo-QuinineT
i J. 'i'OR TO AVERY V W"oU'fJl.1i
I' A.t.lrF. ('IUIitCo.:: COMPANY
Toledo, O.tr"'lIhl Pocket cutlery and scissors the remedy that t'Ol"f'e a cold In one day.

by Urui..t"; ; 73f. from the finest to the Trains leave Pensscol for the Liu.t IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
Warrlngton.Narj at'and
Bayou, Big r.ayoa.

u. ....,....,.r... cheapest, at the Willis Toe Happy Home Port 1Sarrancal atR.yo

At a J'lili'.c: ,iiiiiii'r in Now York >nenljikt Hardware Co.BANNER Ivelle : a.m.arrive at Fort Barranca 1:16a.. HARDWARE.
10 .
IUOOI.m.arrive at Fort Barranca :tj .tno
3 the "tatftiifiitas trade that tinuI ,-
Kort Barranoai 1$1'
:
a
furnished home. Marston I: p.m.arrive
.- nil raiv Gad loiucr memories tlmn b-SO p. m. arrive at Fort Barrancai ':16 pt
SALVE $ Quina can supply you (!-i5n.in.arrivatKort Earraacai TI() B iSiuup.m. Iron, Nail- Axe. hon k Saw Mill and -steamboatSupplies. :
Ijit.folk. Mark Twain: who w'o'
arrive at Fort Barrancai 9W F.B Cookinjf and Heatinv MovePiint.. Oil-
present acriHitli the remark and the most healing selv3lnth' orl"CASTORIA with all needed in the way Train Gave Fort Barrancai for Penal Window: Ola-- Guns. Pi.tols and Fl-hine Tackle

tu tnJ! the following! cola at
ITUU- of house at the
":O"l1lt' > e..r,: a;M when south I m-' furnishings 7:19 a.m. arrive at r nsacola ...... 9:91 a. o Agate and Tinware and Iloii elurnisliin ; Joods..
lowest prices cash or creel ii.It lluu p m. arrive at Pelliaeola..11:1/ f.n
an rbl l l'o.lIrl.1 mailh.> ohunn-ii! h> !goo p. m. arrive at fenacola..___ i.,6 j.t '
1 BIRMINGHAM: HULLING MILL COMPANY'iT3Revere
fnacola_...._. 6.tA 'vrAOE FOR
Late known 11..rI': \\'a"hlu1UII \ ':"0 p m arrive at t a
For Infants and Children. 7Xi( p. m. arrive at Feniacola T-48p Giant Stitched: I'-eltins.', Northampton Emu'v
o..1.,1 hnu It Inwas in the IHKII wlioti! ''. 'S:45p. m. arrlv!'at Pensacola_ t.Ki. r
CURE YOURSELF 1
Wheel Co., L ftiti s t tlrnr-ral Wa>htiin m ITO",>I the IH.-.I:, The Kind You Have Always Bong cT'Ea re.Biesaf.>nneatnral 'Saturday PAYS only FOR WriK DAYS.feciaoola ', Iron Kinz and Buck M, ve- and Range, Win

wartami lit' -tiM.-ntly rrpllitl.!; 'I.or'. It Ito Sari IrriUtKini diacbargwineammatwna or ularatt'Ls, Loupt& ('0.',; Raw Hue Lace Leather. Ma-ur;. -
G.a'aawed to Fort Barraaca* and retort ot.
&i"tM. I ..,c.'risj hat boat Bears the / to lr rlnetare. tf ncooi mtnuTtn's. oacola to Navy lard and return..- ('. Made Railroad Colors"
Pn..sa Ptinleu, and out lUUia*
r.stagra
M '\V.'I'!.' slid 1. 'do you ri'tiiftii'MT C:gnetluN pr t as IThlEu.sChEll WiCfl. gent orpoucaouar PeniacoU to Falmeto Beach and return USC5DAT Masonic Temple. nsacola. Fla-

( when li...'r::.' task the hack at the! nsc'ssTyo. Sold bror Dru ghh, ICH ID'ODI. I -
clu-rry tree":' O.5.A. wot in plata wr nr, When weather permits the running e
I'T eirnti. prepaid, tot CoaCher
-He l looked! w,\rrk..I for a minute 'r4 II 00. ur 1 bottles K.75. open Y
,t Circu! r a ctt oa regnet. Leave rentaoola t? Fort lIarruaa W. B. WRIGHT GOf
and thfii. with u tw-amin; !smile s.inl"Why MYERS VOTES ACAINST I a. m. 10 a. m.. :.A
lit. m II m
su.ili. iui- )i. I dim drove d.it
I Jp.m C'
ENGLISH'ERNYROYAL p. 33. )
lUlk IU.\II1.dt FREE SCHOOL BOOKS: iJ' PILLS lp.Sp.m m I p.p.m.ao. MANUFACTURERS AND >

Senate Bill No. 132 A Bill b t1Agaa1 ..d t..lr 4tauw. 4 p. m pm
A. R Ilass of Morgantown, InJ.. hal : to e sttl. trm ,,.. 5 p. a e p.m LUMBER LATHS

1 to get up ten or twelve times: in the entitled "An Act to provide for schoo:I 4.:.tl. lilt. 11I.11>... ,".\. (,I.;' II I p. m rpm l I }!.t ,
tr'.J-"vi K.! l> I..1' u- -4
night anti hat severe backache and books in the counties of this State.', ,1 tt'f .. 1. ....t5.r. li.hyr PAYS roa IIt'JODAY '
N ; N (t2..r..M. ub.ilr.an..d la... art barracc.l 9ary' ::
.uarola to H. :
,_. INGLES..KIin.tm
fiP I I : CYPRESS S
SAVED
pains in the kiiinoys.! Was cured by The bill passed the senate by a vott -I- II.' .. ,...tI.I.... c--T...1..1.' I. 1 aid and retnr____ It i
4 I. ', ..,. f'-1ucola to Palmetto Keaeii lad
i Foley's Kidney Cure Sold by W A. of 17 to 11, Mr. Myers voting agains't A'tr, .a., .r...a V;.. -rf..t..ah.1" ... .r.. PI '.ta. .__- __ U F: I -_j PENSACOI.A. FLA.t .
Ili-- ,.. ;
I D'\I mb' lte. 1:1 South Palafos street. it (Senate Journal, Page 611.) st !1.tI._. > ..." I 7 t\u.\,1..1 Ell No relfit rec.!vd after >:1S p. re. '

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DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JULY 12,1902. t;t !It LX1J.a

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fl leaped 'ov of the'"Britisher's rail fol GOLD DUST. I iii .;'I'J
OUNCEMENTS"
ONEI IR'Nt"KING.OFALL minutes u I POLITICAL, AN!!

down. "Let the GOLD DL'ST: twins do your work." ,I I )

last I remember of the :
This is the I II

BOTTLED BEERfiV I'}|: night When I came to consciousness II For State Senator. r For County Commissioner. t, ; :

again the sun stood where the moon I I The friend* of Hon. W. A. RIflunthertby I ', 'f' It
I
j i hereby announce myself as a ,
jI I candidate
him
announce a
as
with
I had been and was blinding me < candidate for ,
fV\ State the county commissioner ?! !
r Senator from this, sec
--- -- i I his Intense light Rising, I swept the and Senator'al District and respectfully from di-trict 4, subject to the action '

PSIMASY WINS. A SPECTRALI horizon with my eye. Not vessel was .y ask the! .support of all Drnocrit of the voters at the ensuing demo. :: :

In sight The sea rolled on smoothly for nimat the coming primaryFor cratic primary July 15. t 1 j I j I' :

silently as if it had newer been disturbed D. W. C. ARBRorOH. F : 1 '
Alai I '11 a D-cide Upon this 'I' I
. SEA FIGHT the reverberation of .
:. by guns. Representative.The
E ',v? l/ethod. For ii i
Commissioner. .
County J I 11
\' July 11.-TliPi One effect remained with me. If friends of Scott M. Loftin take ; t. '; {
I II those men on that burning sinking; vessel this means of announcing him as a The friends of J. B. Roberts announce i. ::1 :

i,' .H co..nttpp! laM'I [Ori0'ir.al ] could conquer why should I despair I 1 r lstw candidate for Representative in the him as a candidate for reelection H ; i i-t

.1 t r.<-r .. I "I.! tate for thi' I and they desire the ;support of all from District 1, subject to the action
was alone on u Wrt ck in the Oermanocian. tackle and an as. With tbe ax I sacrificed of :
the
,,1.1 k. t. I I '1 I Democrats in the coming primary. democratic primaries July i!
There neither and with this for Don plod alor.eli1 were provisionsnor own finger 15. '
: my They believe that
the 1 j
: ..i hd by flip nar you scouring! and scrubby: !, bend.nj ad rjiaing.! material i! : : : t
means of propelling: the vessel. I bait caught a fish. I had matches In For Reoresentative interests of the county demand hU'J i '::

'. tu riifwrfU 12 at thfm discussion! of! gate myself up for lost. my pocket and made a fire heated seawater I i GOLD DUST The friends of Henry C. Clopton I J I I re-election and they ask the support I : ,i'': : l f I! t

[ was lying; on the deck only partly and condensing the steam, ball announce him as a candidate: for of every democrat in. securing it. ; .1( ; 4:
: 'i of the most bnl water again this time that i could makes housework eisy. [It clears: ere-e'and representative in the Legislature - - : 'j i I : ; f;

.r delivered before couM-ious when I heard or thought 1L..arll I drink. In this fashion I lived till I was nothing. More econom.cai than soap from Escambia county, and requestthe For Ctunty Commissioner. ;. ; I ;

a ships bell. It struck six times, of all democrats in the I
picked up by an American cruiser. Made only by THE N. K, FAIRBANX: j COMPANY support announce myself a candidate for ; ; t
and I knew that the hour was 7 o'clOt-k. I Chicago New York, Boston. S:. Loo..... oominz democratic urimarr.For I I! election county commissioner for I .
j I told my story to the cruiser's cap- I ) ; : :
'. Crime He Confesses. I know it was evening, for the full Makers of OVAL FAIRY SCAR::: district No. 1, at primary to be held ; "
mingled its with the long 'I tain. He listened to me patiently and Representative.The July 15th. and ask for the of j'
moon lays --- support :
July 11.-Richard: j when I was through said: I I II friends of Chas M. Uoston an- all democrats. i
twilight of that high latitude. Rising The Ollirr Wa,. I ,
rt-ted at Fa.mte, a j "My man you were used up and under nounce him as a candidate for representative LEE DAMELL. f
the and looked "Miss Mid !
I crawled to gunwale I Claus old Moneybags' .
'c' .if here in the legislature from -- '
on susni-- | the influence of hallucination. You --- i f
in the murder ut OUT the KUrbourd juarter. | must have read of the famous sea fight I "if ni.v suit is not agreeable; to you cambia county, and they &-k the'! For county Commissioner.The f ., I .
A \i>sel trying the stars and stripes say so frankly, but do nut I beg: of support of all democrats in the com- !
t'i aged men-hant oli 1 that occurred! where yOu were on the 1 i friends of W. A. Shelby here \ i
was sailing; |past with all her canvas you tell me thr.t old, old story that ins primary.For .
i ..1eonressi'd to the 23d; of September, 1779 just a century by announce his candidacy for reelection i j.
vessel! She j will I..ok l
set.nd what always
a was i j you upon uie as: a a< .
conntcommissioner
t.-R two negror-i, before Railroad Commissioner. ; 'i
built up very high in the poop and out j brother." from district xo..a of } cambia !
Jack Watson, who "What that?" of the :: r
j sea fight was '' Recognizing fully the rights }
n\ray at the Low, a sort of prow projecting i "Sir, replied the lovely!. maiden asher county, subject to the action of the I : \ :
iii.i' 'r arrot Comj ''The Konhornine Richard and the farmers and producers to more consideration -
: with a Hurl'i.lt'atl.Iw: was a j ey.' Et up with the deathless flame democratic primaries July 15, and }
'"d. hit bed Sunday : I at the hands of the Florida i
in '
St'rapis. ask for
inun-U'-war with ports open, showing I of a pure young heart's devotion "1' Railroad Commis-ion I solicit him the hearty support of all : .
my
the muzzles of her ;:Uls. I counted j |'do not love tau well! enough; for a the !support of all Democrats who I

i will the vrvapjn fourteen guns on her main deck and i Who was the devil that commandedthe :I brother but I have no objection to I approve of the declaration of principles
I County Commissioner.After .
I j 1 l i iI
American? II
four a>ti rn on a deck la-low. This washer I i takingou as a hu>baud." I set forth ill my platform. ."
"John Paul Jos's." of due consideration I I .
broadMdo. The officers wore a Foley's Kidney Cure purifies the Copies platform sent to any one appeal
For Twenty Years. uniform which I had swu in picturesof 1 F. A. MITCUEL.I I: blood by straining out impurities and I addressing me at \Vet Palm Beach, to my many friends and the demo \ i t 1:

:. of iMinillf! I Fla. K. HUDSON UURK. i cratic voters as a candidate for the j : !! f
:> t'
: n hundred or more (ours ago. Atlender : tones up the whole system. Cures I ioiliceof county commissioner from r ,
I .I i I lirniNhitiifor deck I Fire Wipes Out Town. I Kidney and bladder tioublr! Sold by i itl
\ man stool on the quarter For County Treasurer. district four of Escambia county. : 'i ': '
i \ r nut:; relief II in- Appleton '.Vis.. July IL-The village \\' A. D'Alemberte South Pala. ;
with a glass: to hi. l' 'e. Looking! in the : I The friends of Frank E. JJrawner I 1'lelo'e remember me at the primary Ii {; ,

'll.intv and Tar, direction it pointed! I saw another ship I I of Bear Creek 3 miles northwest oJj !fox, street. hereby announce him aH candidate I election if the democratic party J, ; ,s

Sohl byV. A. this fire for County Treasurer of E-cambia July 15 I ,' !. tOlive i
similar in build also a man-of-war. j city was destroyed by today. \f. D. M. MKKKITT. a : i ,

r-' ,th Paiafox street. The Uritish l'1I.i-n: was at her I eak. I Loss may reach flGO.OuO. I ,' : -.Q I County, subject to the action of the L'l a. !' : E ; It I
- democrat 15 and
i priumie: July I..
There wire other vessels scattered --- .. t .
,111t11r'N/N' .. ask for him the support of the voters. .'ur (10U lilY Commissioner.
r about, but 1 took no notice of them !I i The Best Liniment For Strains. I I i'ti i

l interested in these ; { For County Treasurer. The friends of II. Rathwell: of '
being profoundly I Mr. F. H. Wells the merchant at
f If You Have two evidently about to meet In combat : ]i : I announce myself a candidate for RlutI Spring hereby announce him ; .;
: The American wore ship and backed | Deer Park, Long Island, N. Y., says: renomination for the position of as a candidate for County Commissioner : '

"I always recommend Chamberlain'sPain I from district No. 5 of Escam t I .
I of Escauibii
1 ; couuttreaurer : county
broadside
his to I
his bringing
> topsail
.
I I bia county subject to the :
action of : ;
Balm as the best liniment for ) subject the action of the demo
i bear the I saw a man = ..
on englishman.: i the democratic primaries July 15,

;: Rheumatism j on the latter cry out, evidently: to hall i strains. I used! it last winter for a I __t'I ,i -j -r f fi cratic primary. J. ,,,. FRATER. and ask for him the support of the i .; ,

1 the other but heard no bound. A second 'severe, lameness in the side, result- 1 voters. : ;

: time Le hailed. I saw smoke 1! ing from a strain, and was greatly I I 1' For Tax Assessor.I committe'e. '

Erret tett'.I6Di :i plumes \leap from American's side, I pleased with the quick relief and cureit : JI 1 hereby announce myself as a For Chairman Executive I i :, I

jURIGSQL t el. rFd III tnorma and still I beard no sound. effected." For sale by all drug i I i candidate for re--lection a.Tax Assessor The friends of John H. Jones! here i' 5\
.t 17 win cure
, ". Kidney and I I was too weak to stand longer;: and 1 gists and medicine dealers I 'I ; for cambia; county, subjectto by announcehiscandtdacyforchafr- :

, ,A ,'.. 8U J"&II of I sank bark on the deck. On the one ---- the action of the democratic pri man of the Escambia County Democratic Ii

, :,' dnp hand the silently mountingthe I O.A.BTOn.J.A.: mary July 13.; Executive Committee, sub -'
rig It was moon
Ito Read You Hale W. SV. jest to the action of the democratic
Kaays Bctff
' It"ul certor Sear,the RlertAftlld
tierce
sky on the other the though
., I voters of the ) I
i fate ---- county at large at the :
, \ .,.t na n.tj i silent battle. Uoth pas.sal from my I I1IgniLt1lI'8: /> Z # primary July 15, and ak for him ,j I
For Tax Coli pctor. ,
l ,;on : vioion! for a time, for 1 I,ec.trae unconhi of :c;: the hearty support of the voter ( I
I hereby announce myself as a :
I ,
; ; ; ions, but when 1 recovered and rose EverythingIs candidate"for: re-electou as Tax Collector :

j .,1 iCvsnicilCo.UsAagElesCal.' to look over the :gunwale there were I Fatal Affray at Mexico, Ma.Mexico. : for Esc mbia coanty, subjectto For Secretary Executive C.>mllittet.. .

or tie the\ two men-of-war locked in an em- Mo.. July! 11.-Rhodes: Clay, the action of the democratic primary The friends of Ben I). Beers an- ;

of war. r(>representative the .Missouri July nouuco his candidacy for Secretary "I
j .nr! I PjrkisBrog Co., Atlanta ;;:.in- ; assembly so Handy 15.A. 1
of the E-cambia
,.t'ru1Ing I Agents. J It was now night, and I could iol'C"I.I i! and recently nominated for a second H. D'Al.EMBKKTE. County Democratic t'' ; t n,
--- -- -- Executive Committee: '
, by moonlight. The American was i terra, is dead as the result of a pistol I When using a Gas: Hinge i For Tax Collector. action of the democratic subject to the i :'I'
ttittttttt.ttttst voters ofI
l.i-lied to the Lngli&hmau's forward! I shot wound inflicted by C. A. i that the kitchen work is lightened. : The friends of Henry Bellinger an- I the whole county at the primary ,,

un.'hor.' The man 1 had! feeen on the I Barnes a young attorney. Five shots nounce him as a candidate for Tax 'i July 15; and ask for him the support '

.e: quarter: deck was tiring; shots at his ene- were fired during the fight which took I :Soup and Sauces are made quickly. Collector of Escambia county, sub of the voters. d i

mm\ \ fOR 1 I !L.:,'s. who seemed to be endeavoring to I place in front of the postoffice Clay: I You can always hare just the lire ject to the democratic primary to be ---- .- .- --- ". I

the ssl'is loose. Marines were held July 15, 1902! and request the For Member Executive Committee.
'III' \ I being shot through the breast and : you need for any bit of cooking and I ,

THE PEOPLE. i admit! : ; the pieces for him, and hpicked > I Barnes having his wrist shattered bya : you can get everything ready at just support._---of all Democrats.- -- The friends of John Touart an- j,

I off every man who approached ball from his opponent's revolver. the right time and in just the right For Member School Board. uounce him usa candidate for mem I'i iber

l.,erhord CoMs Ion .t Cent, :j*,I the Ushings.: Meanwhile the 1'iritisher The shooting grew out of business I way, and the expenses for gas a51Cuel| The friends of \V. M. Agerton here- of from the County Executive 12 Committee h i
precinct and
ask 1
thtnlt'rican's I for :
I was tiring: her guns right through; by announce his candidacy for the
and Kter: !! transactions. i is him the ;
> hurt i* K'eaJK could! that surprisingly low.PcllsaCOla votes of the democrats! of
.\ main deck. 1 sec nomination as a member of the '.

,\ Jcr.\"oJI.\: American's dark hulk had settled I ; school board from district No.3, -the-precinct- -at-.the--primary July 15. i"

t: .zr_: -:-=-_-:'__-r10 :-_--_ ." I i III the water. Then: a light burst forth Mystery Surrounds Shooting Affray. I CO. subject to the democratic primary For Member Executive Committee.-- ; i
: Ironwood. Mich., July 11-A shooting udi i
\ 1\ July the 15th. )\kr1.
1P J4 a ). between l''ks.hille: will burn if she 1 The
friends
_. ..1 affray which occurred at an eArly of Frank Reilly announce i I 1
does not sink I said, "and she will him
tv 1 > I hour at Iron Belt on the west end of No. 3 S. Palafox St., Pensacola Fla For Member Board Public Instruction.The as a candidate for mem : i 'I I
\ p. ij sink if she 'S not
\ \ ..<1 all ,find of p<. !; : I thp range, is mystifying the author! friends of Hon. Elijah Ward from County Executive Corahnittee n ,: I
And then came the strangest thing of precinct 13 and
I. 'MI- ..,.YItnet..t announce his: name as a candidatefor ask for j i,
1 > : to A. A. i' the I ties.! Ono Finlander named Hill was him the !support of the democratic i P
.' IIPY'. trim all. I could see by firelight men CHOICESTOF re-elect'on as member of the I j' ,
\ I II on the doomedessel bailing water | killed and a fellow countryman named: I Hoard of Public Instruction from voters of the precinct at the primary : I. ,

I u Improved rrnl rs'iiull that.is sinking the ship to put out I Reiback was probably fatally wound- district No. :3 of E-icambia county, July 15. t 1 i i

amounts at /-1 I I the !in'. l.ashl't to a stronger ship, I ed. The two wounded men were subject to the action of the demo. For Executive Committeeman. ; I I
il oil I.r.li.. K.: Brooks found the depot. Each had cratic primaries July 15. .
burning: sinking; broadsides", continually I near received FRUITS f AND CONFECTIONER ij f fAT I
:i. PaUfon :'t. KiiiierO hereby announce myself as a ; ;
I she stillciule.uunng I several bullet wounds from a ,
amlm1i I touring; through; her was For County Commissioner I I candidate for member of the County ; !i'

; to COlltl Ut'r. Was there :I revolver found nearby. It has not Executive Committee from Precinct
:
\ -1'oyoj nt-rd money? ,i, e\i-r pluck like that on sea or laulli ': yet been determined who did the shoot I hereby announce myself. a? a.. Thirteen and solicit the of :: i I .
candidate for re-election i I support : :
D* any aiuouct )'OU want a county
term. and lowest ratratli | Surely! there must be some god of wari I ing. C. APOSTLE'S commissioner from district 2 of Es Democratic voter! at the coming I. r i'Il'ramary.

Ktber.zot'i.,nn proved' Mouth: city'aa.real( ,i i on that wrecked vessel to breathe the : cambia county, subject to the action i- -- JAMES L.I HWEE. EY. 1 ,. ;i !

spirit: of invincibility Into its unconuucrable : ; of the democratic primaries July 15, ii :
ln-t I, Fatal Shooting in Chattanooga. i 14 East Government St. i For Executive Committeeman. J ; !
the of
new. | and ask support the voters.
: I I" UUKKOO. ;Y ,' And there was. On the deck stood Chattanooga July 11.-Harry Ison. Formerly Cordova Restaurant StanC I JOHN (5. WELSH. i I The friends of Thos.; W. Kent announce I I ,

I ,-.ire your property, pro- ;'I I aged 18, shot and fatally wounded Tom him a* a candidate for memo : i H(
who with his .
slender he own11ant.kept
: ". buy or sell real es-! ;, the nun, Smith last night. Smith had gone One car-load of Pineapples at ll.Ti I For County Commissioner. her of the Democratic Executive ; \ !!
v "'alY'dv-criplion, have his from the lash- i
\tiJT tair attended to, enemy driving with Ison's sister against hlj i to |2.00 per dozen.- j Mr. Frank Johnson hereby announces Committee from precinct 13: subject 1 ,;
I'.".. C. NVation Co. iiits. lighted; by tire and moou. gesticulating to the action of the primary, and ask I
command An altercation ensued and ------ --'- himself as a candidate for
| ,
'Jr nc. a{enti. feasamoderate : doubtless swearing, directIng him the support of the voter i '
> To everyone Ison shot Smith three times in the ( relection as county comml-"loner ; j'j'for
every detail, every man to do the -GOLAYt I district Ecambia f t
in ui a e will lend moneyI from four county, '
j
stomach Iron I
escaped.
a bou,... J-tf part jihslgued! him, and inspiring all subject to the will of the democratic For Member Executive Committee. !

w ith his own marvelous courage. Grist and Corn Meal Mills I voters in the coming primaries. He The friends of James McHuirh announce (. 'j I '

It. u AI.I :. The American had ceased firing: with l\other medicine i does this for the reason that he IB; candidacy for member of I If.? I'.':

'. she 05 STETTE can shunanco.dofcurr i GONZALEZ 4 CO. ', wants the otlice and thinks he can the County Executive: Committee 'I t '
t'f.Oltll'110)1 ;- her t.ltlilun.t any rate, was m s 18. F. Prop >i s, i'i
,It fd farm with some wrapped with the other in smoke that H s of fctomach Ills ''be of benefit to the bet interests of from precinct 14 and ask for him the : i
"t. m at IUII"t'1.0 fur I CELEBRATED "'Iualto tho Bit Maaofactcrerii I the whole county. If his friends support of the democrat of the precinct 1 t : I (
,' f.'W if she tired I could not tell Sailors ters. This Is the
in. mi-
WHUOII 1
the
i CHOICE MKAL AND and the interested at primary July 15.
vdd ::0101. lurr..opond best evidence ol PUIIKGKOUND : people agree with t ?g'i
i "11\". Kla. TJ>lw with muskets were on the foretop, the its value. It will l STOCK FEEL i him, he will appreciate their sup- I' i
maintop the uvzzentop! ; marines were !1 cure i 1 For Member Executive Committee. .
: Patronize Home Industry, for there li port. : 4 I;
'
j .- most desirable lot In on the quarter deck the poop deck! and Heartburn, every reason you should bay your Meal and I The friend ofV.. B. Wright announce : ;
.
lama, by the fishery 1 : '
-y '
Block Feed from the Home I
\ .., top of the roundhouse. They were firIng + Manufacturer, { For County Commiss oner. his candidacy for member of I I
m', noutn Palatal: .. .. Belching, tor by so doing you encourage home Indus I f s ,
l I their enemies were all on the lower L1,J :. ;' 2)) .:: Indigestion and you In tarn are Indirectly benefited. district No. 5 announce him as a from precinct )15; subject to the action IF \ i\
I .,r llfllt."I 0;; 7 Dyspepsia and, In fostering the home manufacturer yon candidate for re-election from said of the democratic .t
deck were protected. Men crawled I contribute the of labor. primary July j
I they : to cause Yon owl 4
Liver andKidney district, subject to the action of the 15, and a-k for him the
I furuutietl room* at yardarm of the American I It to the community in which yon live and I' support of
., utrret.k lItl out on a which contrlbate your support primaries! July 15. the voters of the precinct. I :
}
---- and dropped hand grenades on the t f t .:
----
1 II \ -lllltMl-1 lalo. enemy, one of which fell in an open Troubles- -- - -- --- ;

n.r-b;; hatchway and exploded below with a FITTERS UK 1'R1TO
"I ,
TKY IT. EdI
nurershortlettma AGO TO.i4
'
r IHMIT, I terrific sound. Soon after this. a sailorI
Il or conducting jour I I I
-
-- -- --
*'*ntiie "'ao/es from start. I
i IIOMUOIH guaranteed i Know One Srtre Kfmedyfcraaotatiiiatecold. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. I : 1tl
\'. 'l-r barlier l'ollrll"O.W: I la nun u .iivFoey's ,IaI.D ; l
I -- ---- -- ----
--
-----
Itstr : F. E. BRAWNER'S. f

\Iy i- M:'ply at No. Iollib i Honey end Tar \i i ; YV
I I
.I iMtf I I Office: IIH S. Paiafox. 11t
torchildren.safe.sure. No opiates t I'

\1\\ v .:.,,,,.1 i Holicitor.: gill\ ply Hours from Sto9P: ) a. m. and 1 to S p. m -For Seven Days we will Offer the Following Prices ; t tI
'
:-fa
u m: to riijht 011".1.- and after 7 o'clock s
"mc... niitf FRED MYERS, FRIENDOF I 1 I.. I ,

t, .*'- young at one men to from Ks'N for- THE BEEF TRUST Phono 03. 20 doz Men's French Neck, drop- 2i,) Pair )ffcon";; New Orleans !Hewed You should look at our line of t E t : f

?' v roment Service.prepare Aprres. ,I stichedundershirtsfor25cdrawers; ; or Cable Screwed !Shoes, for this sale, Ladies'; High and Low Cut thour : : : '

"I : In>t.. Cedar Rap. PARKER'S to match. (1.20; solid leather. WII can !save you money. :
f
HAIR BALSAM ; ,
17JIm I 18 A Bill to be 0_ ud twttfie. th. hill 25 doz M "n's Fancy Striped Lace l,0mj Lawn fast i t' t
Senate Bill No. : ,
colored 'J
!
\ A' ProAotea ft Injurant po.thFever and Plain Silk Finished 175 Pairs; Men's; Hand Hewed Vici yards i ;:
\ -All kinds : Balbrigan
ot empty beer )I Fill to Beitore worth & close at 5c .
yard.
Orgy Kid Shoes in four different a t
.1 A.KBIIDMAN.' novel entitled 'An Act to prohibit arrange Hair to its Youthful Color. Undershirts at 4jc each ; drawers to shape ,fii ,1
ments, contracts agreements, trustsor Cluti ak..delwtt ir.'p diwmaet' *Dou haIr I.::ng, match. toes; regular ft, for this sale ?2.9j; a 5oO/ X-Bar Muslin, regular 7c f.{ !j'j| i I' ::
:
P..l'14'I'H\ pair goods to close at f!'c yard. ?j :
I 10 doz Men ; : ;
I combinations, and certain other X-Bar Undershirts, j
.
t \,. \NH -i mw'i U: HOR'i8 acts or things Intended to or tendingto DR. KING'S worth 50C| for 40c; drawers match. I have bought the full line of Levy to 1,0utyatds close at 4'c.Unbleached Domestic i i !. !

.. iock and Egg forsalMr 25 doz Pou Co. shoes that I will closeout r1
Men'a Scriven Patent, seam boys' 1.000 if
w_ .IW..Uard1l'1Htl'0'1." lustf prevent, hinder or obstruct the law. yards Best Check Gingham:; i .
TRY NEW DISCOVERYFOR ide drawers, worth 65c, for this sale at cost. fast colored, J 1" mli f,
other I I I regular 7c goods, for i
IlAlltt.(()1, ,. i jful I sale of Florida fed beef, or | &3C. this sale 5c. :

\1'" ylk!. .. '.... '' beef meat or cattle or other edible j doz Extra Size 125 pair Boys' Easy Walkers, regular 10 } IM 4 I j
1 I ...M.J-.M auutavLUt o( THAT COLD. 123 Boys Pants, 12 to 50c goods, to close at 35c pair. pieces White and Red Tabla I i i !
, .t 3-a.-- in Hair Goods, Hat: Toilet i animal in this state or tending I 17 years, worth $I a pair, for this sale Linen, regnartOc goods, to close a&- i! '
.1a TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. j
rUil.rtotw |
,
1. W Government to monopolize the sale of or the price I 5Oc. 75 pair Men's Low-Cut Patent 25c yard. No one over 6 yards.

I thereof" Cures ConsumptionCoughs. We carry a full line of Boys' Wash Leather Shoes we have been! selling 30 pieces Medicated 24-inch Cotton : I.J :
> .I 1
' T'or: Kuiieral. Referred to the Judiciary committee I Colds Bronchitis Asthma Pants. Call and see them. at $2.50 pair, to close at $1.75 pair. Diaper, worth S5c, for this sale 60c. 1 I t i
,
f E.... t''IK of which Mr. Myers was chairman. !
KUNKRAL8 farnuned I
)I ?; :, (Page 61.) J HriaHayFeverPleu-
: -,0 iloienoSa Eongdet.orepeclatdeiign:: Hen Gregory Judiciary Committee, after careful !I risy LaGrippe Hoarseness This Sale will :Positively Not Run Longer Than Seven Days. I
-- :dlm ;
------- examination, returns Senate Bill No. i '
4 1 l' "' 1.\V1IL 18 without recommendation. (Page Sore Throat Croup and
,
,
I ? w J its-- --and Moral Eeilgm- 103.) Whooping Cough. : Remember the place, F E. Brawner's, Candidate for County Treasurer I

'.; n ordered for onttomeri, On passage of Senate Bill No. 18, :

t Moreno, SiS: Weil ( rt gory.mlm Mr. Myers voted NO. (Page 312.) NO CURE. NO PAY. 11 103 SOUTH PALAFOX STBEET.
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(Senate Journal, 1397]. _, Price 50C. and It. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE. ,, .

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DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY JULY 12,1902

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-uL. xV I FLOWER FRAGRANCE.A ''ONE OF THE MANY MYERS' i '
r
A RheumatismWhat IfStronaest in t e'W orM"
Mrterlo Sympathy Between theI
: and the Bloom. VOTES AGAINST THE PEOPLE!I
and the cf rheumatic Evienre
Politics fPoliticians is nee telling the
I of I i
manufacturers
One of the leading
that he feels as if his joints were being dis-
Th,1:;
perfumery declares that Le I Is quite certain Senate Bill No. 28. A Bill tc be entitled Annual Statement rut1" ,
]catered at the Poet Office at Pensacola. located :
Ending
t ]lietondetas matter ql I! He knows that his sufferings are very Ii that flowers possess souls. The "An Act to prevent unjust discrimination : December ai.f tuUI ?

I v much like the tortures of the rack. fragrance of a flower is actually its : in the rates charged for ,

falaioi OFFICE ttfft't.:Flirt up-ttaif. Buildlcg, aijj South I jj'j 14'hat he wanes to know is what will permanently i' soul and it exists when tbe Cower itself transportation cf passengers and I THE[ [EQUITABLE

;. cure his digram. has perished. This is not a poet i :
I k That, according to thousands. of grateful (freights, by railroad companies
i leal fancy, be maintains, but ie fact I
THE NEWS PUBLISHINC CO. testimonial, IsHood's and other common carriers and
j jb : I Certainly! the fragrance of a flower '

Sarsaparilla This to be to prohibit railroad companies and un ASSURANCE[
in Advance- 1 The Democratic League will hold ,. is not a dead thing. seems FOCI E1Y
Terms Invariably
: a curious statement to mako. but it is other common carriers in this state,
It
neutralizes
the
promptly acid In the
.. .. .... .& u'( I
OBI Yarby Mail rally in the plaza Monday night
2 50On a blond on which the disease depends, completely a fact that when certain conditions are [ from charging other than just and Assets . .. . f. '
811 Woctb and everybody is invited to hear the eliminates it. and strengthens the fulfilled a part of tLe life of a flower reasonable rates, and to prevent the .
WerkbyCarrier, Payable Monday! 10 system against its return. Try Hood's. Reserve and oer: Liabi:-

speeches. These gentlemen will sum I never seems to die. granting of any rebate, discount, over :.' _,
Unfitting Rates Furnished on Application I Although the fragrance of flowers
their and submit it to the :'weights and other special terms to --
'up case -
dead have undergone all
years ago may Surplus from which Div,.
TELEPHONE NO. 118. : people-wbo are the true masters in DEATH THIS MORNINGOF sorts of manufacturing processes to I i persons, corporations, or firms, and to I deads are paid .

.- i extract it and to fix it, yet it nl'Hr..I'provide for damages for violating the it _
this the
campaign, despite desperate
; i dies. When the Cowers! of the kind it conditions of this act and to prescribe'a PaidtoPoliev-hoidersin

F f 'JN I cr'i' j e:!or:" of the political bosses to dic CAPT. E. B. HOWE\ j was extracted from bloom it exhibits ''' mode of procedure of rules and evi- 1.I\! .:. $ ; .

hate to them, and, through their I a marvelous sympathy dence in all cases." Mr. Myers voted NewInsnranceinliK.ilTotal '1 .f :m.-_

i! I Take, as an example: the case of jon- Insurance in tore.
the machinery i : NO the of this bill. (Sen
votes, capture political on passage
Edmund Bernard Rowe
ii l Captain quils. At the end of the year the smellof Dtc. 31, HIIJI..s: ::7' .7 -.'
'
i' I PBS3AOOLA, JULY 12. 1902 so they can use it as they will. i!' who had been in ill health sometime the perfume is constant, but In ate Journal. Page 1211. 20june2t I Notwithstanding t.!... .'r. v t..: N .

l 1----1 1 died at his home, 32!S West In- spring a change appears. In May, Don't Fail to Try This. vial strength of the S"c-tv: ,' ,i igreater I'

when the Jonquils lire in full flower, security W.K' 'r. .. .

; "Jfissl'Sirri needs a bureau of I people the power to shake off the tendencia street about 2 o'clock i the colorless liquid bas its scent exalt- Whenever an honest trial is given holders thereby- .' >v : run.I ,.

Immigration and publicity. There !' this morning, aged 37 years. 1 ed to a surprisingly high degree. : to Electric Bitters for any trouble it are LOW and GfAKAN I nEo: :; ;, '.
IL ,
shackles of bossism. If they vote s I ter than _
11' are thousands of homeseekers who i Capt. Rowe was born in New Or. I .When the flowers are In bloom, the lis recommended for a permanent cure given by. tKXOWLES : ( .. ; .: .' _

_I would come this way if they knewof for the people's cacdidates the afI ': i bottled essence Is'ery .perceptibly will surely effected.. It never fails I Ito

and ," I lean,. He was one of the mostskillful | stronger: In odor. As the flowers droop,
our resources possibilities fairs of government will be managed tone the stomach regulate the kid
BKOS.
tNI says the Vicksburg American. The by the whole people in the interest navigators and experienced sea so does the perfume This lore its potency in neys and bowels, stimulate the liver ,
Uriel
tame is true of Florida if the census the gulf, and his wonderful agreement. mysterious sympathy ,
on General
captains : \,
invigorate the nerves and purify the ? rk.
i I Hof the great mass of the peo- between flower and essence never ,
1 uf 191U f is to show a satisfactory increa'f -
pie. If they vote for the! candidates : work of navigating the big tug dies but ever responds to the proper blood. Irs a wonderful tonic for run 309 S. PllafQxoo' ;'K\N\: ( : '.

t in population. scnsous.-I't'arsun's Wetkly. down systems." Electric Bitters positively
.. I Echo in safety through a severe
I of the Tammany ring, they |

1I Tin "C. F. Adanii" who recently ;cannot hope for any improvement i I hurricane is still the talk of the A Church L ttrr>. Ttrkrt.j cures kidney and liver troubles I Need More He :.
stomach disorders, nervousness sleeplessness -
f approved the president's invitation t j Oeorse the Phllnd.lphia 1! .
I !' water front. Washington says Often tM! fne-'av -. ,'
dine with onthe old methods that disgusted ". rheumatism neuralgia, and :
to looker Washington to tlon '
M Record conducted the: Mountain cry it i r I. :

_ t1 ( him at the White House is tot : every riht-thinkiag man. j: As a man he was genial, kind i Road lottery, building a public I expels malaria. Satisfaction guaranteed pains, naa: ':.7. .

f! Charles Francis Jams of Massa- '.obliging and popular, and his : highway with the profits, and in nn by \V. A. D'Alemberte, druggist. i liver complaint a-. i T : -

i This of and anteroom of St. Peter's church, at :oO cents. Such I trouble taxi:; ; r .
chusettwho advocates the erectionof is a campaign purity friends are legion. He was true toevery Only
Third and Pine streets, tLere bangs of Dr. King's N. -,\ I I. i. i
a national monument to RobertA right methods on the side of the trust, ,gallant and brave, and ;, are gentle, thorc-uh a- :
|11n n frame on the wall a ticket from a
E. Lee, but Cyrus Field Adams, I MEAT & MALT has a marvelous to nirf :2"C': nt= atV 1berte's
:
with a heart as tender and sympathetic lottery that the church itself conducted. -
president of the "Afro-American questionable dietetic value. While dote strr
:
refreshing
i as a woman's. I[ The ticket is dated ITOo and read*:

Press -ocution. I I "St.:: Pi-ter' Lottery. No. 11,7:>:0.j and pleasant to take, it helps a -imi-
f I --- slinging: on the side of the old Tammany 1 Ed. Rowe is dead. One of God'si '
This ticket entitles bearer to such
1 i'ti FEW persons even among those i I j' lation of fooj. Mild byDANXHEISER HERE MYERS VOTES NO.
tyrants who are seeking to noblest gentlemen has completed prizes as may be drawn against its
Iy constantly! engaged; in the various, KRlKMcDnffi
i number if demanded in nine months : :
again climb into power on the || his; alloted task and has been called I _
branches of the b:15in..srealize the I after the drawing is finished subjwtto :: House Bill 95, Page 1171. A

I magnitude: of the timber and lumber 'shoulders of Fred Myers.i i to his; reward, and, while the heartsof I such deduction as is mentioned in 's Turpentine & to be entitled, "An act relative *

interestA recent census bulletin his friends are sad, they bow in : tie scheme." Mutton Suet Lung Plaster

elates the aggregate figures for the i Do the people of cambia: county ,humble submission to the will of i The clip of paper Is two inches i* a certain cure for wnoupingcough! receipt shipment and deliver..
freight railroad -
I ; and printed but the signature, and comfortable work while by companies
a country as foil iws : Establishments, i wish to see Tammany methods reestablished square easy
I the Master.As which is that of Henry Harrison, is other common carriers, and to c- .
33.U5o: i; invented capital, <;JllCllo24: ; ? I am satisfied they do you sleep.
a tribute to his memory. the I written. The amount of the l lottery 2'j t'ENTi. railroad companies to transport -
l of iM.'JtX! annual
number employes, ;
not. But if they vote for Fred cost of the tickets and the
prize pood return
I Sold by John :ShepparJ: 4u5; S.Pal- cars received from conne -
at the office and
wage/ earnings, $104 use to which the profits were to l ; .
I Myers and the county ticket put out afox street. lines of railroads, to construct sic
value of products, I&4,2,4.; !: tug and smacks in the bay are flying i put are subjects of which the vergerof Ii I j .
the i r and connections with each of -
------ by Myers-Coston managers, that
St Peter's is in ignorance.
has envied }! at half-mast today. ; lines." Mr. Myers voted NO. ..
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CHICAGO long ') tOll will be the result. Those men care I FINE STATIONERY.C. 28jun-
for its supremacy in the subtle refinements : The funeral will take place from McDuffie's Little Blue I I -
nothing for Fred Myers. They are I' I
of taste and culture, as it Joseph's church at 9:30 o'clock ', Liver Pills makes blue people V. Thompson, No. 11 South : Grass Shearsthat ll.'illcltt

hat New York for its greater popular 1:I flshtin.f; ; to again get their tyrant I II ,) tomorrow morning The cortege will bright, cleanses the system of all close, at the Willis Hardware '

r One of the windy city's am- i!, clutch upon the throats of the ,'; deletenous and unhealthmatter Palafox: street, has just opened anew Co's.
; move from the family residence at and makes a new of
person you. supply of Linen and Bond I
?
biliousuburbs now forges ahead of I
1 people, and the people who care fur' 13 C 11':5.Ho1cl .

L a I the few England Athens by pronouncing political liberty will vote 9 a. in. The interment will take I l by John h"ppard.t05S.. Pal- Papers!, white, blue and! gray, with I'.rtlraun from the ::ortbem 'Woodttt

a novel by Marion Harlaud 1 against place at St. John's cemetery and '1 afox street.I'rrcloui. Envelopes to match. Oxford sizes ; I in J'jnjr-Bniiaia.: Ue<*n .ji cure tuex.._.....
them. I
immoral and unfit for general cir-.1 | Harbor No. 21, American Pilots of I .. also Foreign Mail Tablets with Envelopes i
I __ 1'I<'Iu" Krumei.IVriis'p
FRANK
culatiou. And the'''' ; to match. Ink, Pencils. HOUSE
yet, Chicago was SECARTSJATH
:5te1D1"e'el" of which he
As individual, Wm. B. Lamar. was a the must valuable frame
only pl.tce in the country, probably, < ever made for a picture is that which Penholders, Blankbooks, Files. etc..

i I whre the Montana degenerate. John K Beard and Fred T. Myers i) member, will attend the funeral in a inIo day for white
i' + Mary McLane, could have found a':'J have been eliminated from this conj j i body.McDuffie's. callitilial nf Milan. Its Mze is S by Phone 231. compartment for people ladies only., with ladnt Specia-

i I publisher for her salacious: book.:: test. It has become a battle for su ---- G feet and I is: of ma';.ive hammered -- tendant. Neatest, best and clea'n. .t
Tasteless Chill with inner inoKl'ii' of bath house
-- gold, an ; lapisl.izuli. in the city. Batlcenti -

; LET any political party have a premacy desperate fight of the Cure will build up broken down Tlie cornets hive hearts deti $ !. FIns'", SI' *

% 1 cleanweep f'Jrl long term of years J I Tammany misrule magnates; against systems and make the blood rich and I ,U'vJ in lane i"'ailami prwim" >. ;' Cor. Cevallos and Zarrago-"- -

f I with fear of healthy, certain cure for chills guaranteed bt''III'SJre inlaid around it. It i.. Mil = .ALL NEW.
no organized opposition t
Cp the great mass of the people. The or your money refunded. .. .. :
I to have been tbe gift of a ru l'h nun
aid see t<) what extent it 50 TEXTS.Sold .
l question Is, Shall Tammany, or. I ui-ry, and its estimated \' .' i.1.:;.I..I. Gus fl. Soderlind
will iro, says the JiirminghatnNews. : :: by John heppard. lli5 S. Petl- "
I Shall thf people themselves afox Street.BRAWNER. cine of the pictures in the Vatican at : ,
manage
f'f "There mud be some restraining 'S HBBT MUU ICr
--- IJniiif is in' lased iu u frametudJed :
t ;; inllu -nce as a protection to their political affairs? !I' with Jewi'K co that the \.illl" of the ...THE TAILOR,...
FOR rC
s sc
the people's: rights of the great. '' frame nearly equals that ..f the pcture. -
,
: i jt gulping, grasping; greedy OrKlniu-1 1| The Democratic League E..cami'i' COUNTY TREASURER.|' Many oiitinental churches have F"RNext I'tiE + :tOHKVT iOVKUNMKNT !'IT .

with similar frames of tr' Will for the next :#II days make euit
tion will sooner or later have in operation bia county is an organization of the pictures great e

tF l;; it.. '

constituteitelf both judge and jUQ'I I have watched this campaign' r ,
have selected that known Initlnrt of the Mmlflnli.Tbe wing MPII" !gull <
man of
k r' 11 and gradually loses fight of the fact with interest and. like many voters, : ylDI I.HjlfHuit" r1.l t'JMen '
the have: been doing some thinking. I.. remaikabie instinct which! rauspsI 't.Hintirmii. (IfHtit-d <
Wm.
people, U. Lamar, as their
that the people have any rights at : respectfully ask space to say that it I Ii. I, the iuudri-h to roll liiiusi-lf in a ball "tj 20c a Copy. l.iilif. Wuit !'team CI-ii"l ;'? t" tJaen'
lu'.iiers Mfuiu (1.11"1.1 i
i J all but are a matter of convenience standard bearer. Therefore, waste is not democratic to grant any man :j mud when the\ dry s-eason approaches ,
Hint : Now fs the !' ,
; to put up the ca h through an ever-1 I' not a single vote. Cast your ballot life-tenure of office. I have nothingto :I lis a wonderful i-rouMou of naluie. iutendfii time to i\,.
p your winter Clothing put in il''' :
say against my old friend John solely: it \\ould to : |:
ll? f jncrt"a-iu g lystem of taxation. for Win. R:. Lamar: and you are voting Krater except that he has: held the swin prevent PENSACOLA MUSIC CO, -hape. 1'hiotI"r is for thirty d,t'-
the extinction of the zpl'l'it's. TLe
Florida: democrat* recognized the | r only. Mention you aw the adv. r
for your own best intere"ts. If office of county treasurer long ,1 i m">t intt-restin; fact about this tiuI ti-ement in THE I .\iiy N1 s-
: I truth of the propo-ition when they i> enough, and think it now time to I i 37 S. Palalox Si. .
r i is that it breathes. of its otherwi-t the .. : i
regular
you vote for Fred T. Myers, ) means i''m! w.:
1 etabli-hed the primary} pliti of' you are give some other good democrat a'
wbt'l1ll1lts native element and li "barged.,
Kills >>
making nominations. The voting to give Tammany the chance. Frank E. Brawner is that I
y tt party power
of during
man and I think we should elect'i means lungs voluntary
;
11 1 "ottice-holiiing tru-t" no longer; exjst ':j to rule you with iron hand a; they him TUt"daAs democrats we are ImprIsonment in tLe mud cocoon.

i *, and the people: are in the saddle did in all oppo-ed to monopoly and I don't .. .. 134 134 134 134 134
I days not so long ago that they'have .1............... .
1 -as they should be. think Mr. Frater nruild be allowed l Shake Into Your Slioei .4_ :.. .
: 1 been forgotten.As to the office of I .
i l monopolize. E. E.county'treasurer. D. Allen's Foot-Ea-e, a powder. It ,! Buy a Hammock ; 134 -s-| 134

1 # BEARD CONVINCES my friend Frank Maye* of the : (I cures painful, smarting, nervous feet ,j i AEten's Teltptone.
1 ? McDuft c.s Witch Hazel and inrowinrnail5, and instantly >d AND KEEP COOL: .t
Pt'D.1coLJ.mrnal 134 It .. hr p.no. I .. 134
-.ItYthis i is a Foot Healer is one of the IllIe.t'l.Jab 'takes the sting out of corns and bun : ALSO Y'I!' R : 1 H1 I .
:
l A COUNTRYMAN question of whether the people shall powders known cures prickly ions. I''? the greatest comfort discovery ., -.- .

-- assert their independence and govern heat and give 2J"; instant CENTS. relief. of the aze. Allen Foot- LINKS, HOOKS, ; 134 134 134 134 134

by their free and untrammeled votesi Sold by John sheppard,1ti5 S. Pal Ease makes tight or new .shoes feel -
:
PKNSi: A. Kb.. July 12th.:: Ur.! afox street.PENSACOLA. easy it j i" a certain cure for sweating !' | SINKERS; ; and POLES
j
r I i election day: or whether they. : callous and hot, tired aching .
):htor II"I N.s- *
,< TO CATCH FISH..c
I feet. Try it toI>iy. Sold by all : EVERYt
shall be overned by that little SCHOOL
} I have never troubled you with a coterie CLASSICAL : drugists; and shoe stores. Don't : .

communication, but tru- you will of politicians of the Dave' accept any substitute. By mail for i .

give this article space in j'our'allt. Third Annual !*M.IOII Itims Spi15. 25c.! I in stamp Trial package FREE.\ 1 Baseball Supplies
:-\he hln.D.ln :
i Murphy \
1 able paper.: I am not a resident of type ,. teruber : Adrtre-s, Allen S. Olmsted, L ,! 5 HOUSEWIFE'Needs
I' but lild'J. at <| KinN *
the city happened to be in town X.Y. '
June I'-. 1OU. S SIH A3 S
la.-t night and euiie down Palafox
I Which shall it be? A-k yourselfthat *
street ju-t as my friend Charlie Liney ICE-COLD ". niOnLOSi AT
Bats Balls and Masks Bottleof
in the sacred J Jh a
i question :
warliiihni hi- secrecy
: speech thes'
on :
4
THE GARFIELD ICE CO':' .
The of this school is
aim t t I
:'3 li platform in the public -qu ire I of the voting booth Tue..d 1Y and' thoronirh HIGH KC'HOOL> provide and' j KOMCoefs .. Turpentine!

>j rr heard Mr. Hr.ini'speech fromtart cast your billot ac ordin ly. COLLEGE PREPARATORY intructlon. "I Never knew Pain Killer f.) .'.til i .
to tlui-h. and I want that the
1 arguments advanced toay by [him cow- THE l'ULITICJ.\X.. i i ,; The ..chofII" of epecialinterest before, what can the matter be? : Book Store. whether for Cleaning IJedr '

I 'E riuced me that he was thoroughly --- to three classe- : Where i is the bottle 1 here, 11 I Clothe-. or for :'till...- "f I 1-: -

: posted on the subject. I have heard SANTA ROSA SURFBATHING 1. Tho-e who having completedthe thought; it i+ not Perry Davis': ........................... Cuts. I'.rui-e-. or anyt'ni.if .
1. s the cpeaker.who have been advo- grades of the public school wihto i Painkiller at all, but something the E'pr"h.dknw.' ; the v: taut .,1 i'

t-atinir the candidacy of Mr. Myerals -. ESTABLISHMENT pursue their studies further with- drutgi"t rnu-t have made himself !Spirits of Turpentitl'and ito -. .

ti!I ;, >o those who have advocated the i out having home. and I did not notice it; I have n-ed Do y..u want a magnificent watch; get the genuine artu'le. -. "-

i F' 'zt candidacy Mr. Lim.tr. but I must 2. Those who wish, with the aid Painkiller for years for diarrhea.cramps for little money? If so. call on it i- put up by t;:eBuffalo

Mr. lU'ard's of the careful individual attention and "tom.1ch aches ana It Stephens, the jeweler. He will
fay that speech has Fish chowder will b.. served accommodate -
ra every that can be given in smallercla-"e- failed"
thoroughly convinced me that the never you.
Sunday: Private
evening.; partiescan and a longer session, to advance
i 'Mklli.mi wh} heard: Mr. Heird'sand arrange to have, the same or more rapidly than i is possible for
speech votes for Mr. Myers I .
can-
other refreshments
served
at any them in public school
; RIOT b. tutu to him-elf. his f.1milor. time during the week at rea-onabfe rlr
I hi friends. 3. Tho-e who are fitting themselves II J. M. FOLKMAN,
? term :See nnnaier: for college.In I

'if ( Col NTRYMAN.f I CHAS.: WKTO.X. addition to the usual instruction \\4' / II I
-
/ DEALER I IN
i in English, Mathematics, His
HARBOR NO. 2K i! Treat Your Kidneys For Rheumatism. tory. Geography. L'ltinetc..instruc :
( hay :Simple

All members Harbor No. :?l.Aw..rl"Ju When you are suffering from rheumatism tion in Greek.i is offered.French/'itlif, German>iii itrrt and tuition.:Danish. \MILL\ f L PAPERS I om. t'se.! Larges*

Pilot Association of -teamTesels.jre the kidneys must be attendedto IL'
i The school i is conducted at the
i
i!J.' f requested to attend thefuneral at once so that they will eliminatethe corner of West Gad"deu and :Spring; the United States

F f\f Capt. E. B liowe at 9:311 uric acid from the blood. Foley's ;streets, in a building which is to \ Feather :Scroll, lac per roll.

\}'clt'd"'unJ.q morning. be arranged! to adapt it especially to Co.who
Kidney Cure is. the most effective' Mfg .
I Of All Hot Weather Enemies '' the needs of the school! Dining Room Tapestry; ll.CO pr roll.
remedy! for this purpose. R. T. HopiXins The number of pupils in attend-

I 1' of humanity: cholera: i is the worst. I of Polar Wis., says: "After nn- ance limited. Hence those desiring Guarantee it Absolutely :'
Treatment to be effective must he | admittance should tr
5'll'l'I'5Sfllny doctoring three years for ; communicateas < Contractor for D < 10 Cents Bottle
ij i I prompt. When vomitin;, purging: early as po--ible with the Princi k :orating ? Only a
tha. the rheumatism with the best doctors. I
i and w-at ann'-ance dis-j i -
t t ease i i.. present, combat it with Perry j{ tried Fclny's Kidney Cure and "if pal.For further information term and Call fp PhnnPtit i>r Drop a ('" ..tal Can

4 i IaTi.' Painkiller All bowel troub cured m\ I cannot speak too highly catal gue.; addressH. :?r 44'i All kinds of chairs and
: All Work C. O. D. and Guaranteed.
lees like di.ml'Vi. cholera niorbus CLAY ARMSTRONG ( !
of this "
( auddyientaryareovtrcomebyPainkiller. : great me Principal orPEI'IYALH.WHALEY.
A. D'Alemberte 121:! South Corner Rajlen and G>vernin"nt htreetH,
Palafos.street
Iti it qatlly health-promot- JR., $ Quina's. Prices are -ery

ins in all climates. i I I Assi-taut. One mock west of fOTtoCce, R.gbt on tae Belt Llo!. low.THE .
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THE DAILY NEWS PENSACOLA FLURIDA, SATURDAY JULY 12.1902. t .

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*,. O'NEAL, President; F. C. NORTON, Cashier; 'THE WEATHER + I !, I /

t ;. fOSHEE,Vice.President; M. E. CLARK Ass't Cashier. {I s1; QJ .1.t 1 j ij t,

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TO-DAYj I < i

AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK I ,j The beer that made (i iI I!.


II' Local Forecast-Fair tonight and Bon- Milwaukee famous I 1! j' :

day; light variable winds ;
OF PENSACOLA, FLA. t
I, You drink some beers that cause bilious headache. Perhaps I f' +

Temperature in Last 24 Hours : you think that all beers do. I' JI

...... .......... ..
Maximum ......... "degrees
Has the LARGEST CAPITAL STOCK of any bank in the State. j Minimum ......._......... .?.......... 76 degrees The cause of biliousness is the lack of age -too much haste :i ;j '

to put the beer on the market. To ferment beer thoroughly 1

prompt, courteous and careful attention given to all business en Temperature Elsewhere : requires a process of months. Without it the fermentation takes j- ',1 f t

Max Min.Atlanta. in stomach. That is tbe of
... ...... ..___ .......... w) w place your cause biliousness. ;! f
to its care. Bismarck ..... .............?.._........**< & tin
trusted
Cblcago. .._ ............__......... 7'i 11 Hurried beer is unhealthful. Schlitz beer is kept for months
Cincinnati _........... ___ ......71* m with '
Galveston___. ......?... ....?__. (c ;d refrigerating rooms a capacity of 265,000 barrels-kept i
4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. Huron.. ....._.. ... ..........._.... ** 5.' almost at freezing point until it is well fermented. Schlitz beer is j I : !
Jacksonville................. .... .. !*i 't j ,
!I Kansas llty.,._...... ........... ... M m never marketed until thoroughly aged. : .
--- Key West ..... ..... ..... .. w 7-* ,
j ..... ..... ..... ..... I'
B. H. FAIRCHILD leave orders with him for wall papering :.*.+*..........*.....+.., I MobIle Memphis.... .... ... .... .. .. ..... 4 M t (71 t>< CALL FOR THE BaEw ERT BOTTLING. } i !

or decorative work. Montgomery...... ........ ........ (*$ 72: t,
: SERVICES AT THE CHURCHES : i New Orleans .... ....... .... M 7" .
I+IIOLBTERR: : : 1 New York. .... ... ......... K:;! <;ij:
Miss Valise Holley, a beautifuland S Savannah .. .. .. M 7n Never Causes
EAST ROMANA STREET. .1NNNNNNNtM..NN.. .. .
38 accomplished young lady of bt. Louis ... _> r l .i.ii

t'., (t'.t and Relinishing Furniture a Decatur, Texas, arrived in the city Catholic. i

Specialt"Phouo on Thursday evening for several !1 '
St. jchael.-Order of divine
4OO. weeks visit to relatives here and is service for the summer: First mass MARITIME. BiliousnessLEWIS : ; !

now the guest of her aunt, Mrs. R. ,
6:30 a, in. ; last mass and sermon,

R. K. WHITE, I I A. Credille, (liDO East Wright street. 9:30 a. m. Evening devotions, 6 EXPORTS. BEAR & CO. ; :

For July to date.. .. ... ... I 4ft; .<7tSAILED. .
JL ,ik,'r, .Mannfactuiing Jeweler I I The prices at which the M. & O. p. m. I

: Clothing Co. will sell goods next St. Joseph's, Rev. Robert Fullerton I Sole Agents for West Florida ; : '. .
:
i (graduate; : Optician, : :
Span ss Lenora.Bnstinza,
Liverpool
.
I week is truly surprising. The Pastor-First mas, 6:30 a. m.high .; .,
foi "t., Pfm foli, Fla Bale r I .
Slaughter begins Wednesday. ma-, \Jw: a. m.; benediction I t
- .1: You can buy a nice suit of clothes at i i:3U p. m. QUARANTINE. : i :
T Br ss Halopia:ii I Burgess, La I'ulma to
vr-v----.r ti less than it would cost you to do the I -- i I tin M Kobinson I f7/,5 ,I

sewing.: Call and inspect the stock Fpi: ..c. pal.Christ Am ss t'ensacola, iu*>, Leech, Tampico toi m :

] and you will be sure to buy. Church-!Serviceby the ') Gulf Nor Transit bk Kigaro to loll, Nielsen? PortJEIiza- d t" ;d ii I '<
HEWS NOTES 1 i beth toorderKr j :! !!
I The big new steamship August rector, Rev. P. H. Whaley at 7:30 W t5 ss Kt'Y.t'r.\LustMgh.! ;, Baker, Baltimore, to ': :; I I
and 11 and 5 .
a. tn
r | Belmont eu route here with rails: p. m.St. Am bkt Herbert A Fuller tI Hf7, Nasa, 1'ort f m 1
__ Kitherine's Church corner !J Elizabeth to order '
i put into the Azores Islands for coal i I Kus ship Kndmion.: ll'i.! Pellersin! Kat 'f I !
(i Cervantes and Sixth avenue, Rev London to Boars Dunwodv A Co ; : '
.,. Thursday, resuming; her journey to
r'-i bargain budget. I
w' J. R. Bicknell, Priest in Charire Kr ss Inch moor. !!lJ, Buss, Santos to
Pensacola on the same day. The i BnarstCo 5 E5H5E5H5 EEZSESESHSHSHSBsing 1 f.i ,
\t y.\" Shoe Co.'s new ad. I i date of her arrival here is now fixed Services\ at 7 and 11 a. m. and "::30) Natal Has to i>k orderNOTICE Australia, Hi.: t' gerston. Port !. I

iA CII.'" new ad is ofi I for July l'i( although it is expectedthat p. m.

i I' -* she will be several days late. TO MABlNEKl.Commander .
:
let Episcopal Church Soul h. J H Hull inspector ibeSeveinU

-> \" Store can suit Xo hotel in all this; great country Palafox Street-TIe\ J. M. Dan- Lutitbouie otliclal notice.i district: lias issued tbt'101l01ll'Ing MONDAY BARGAINS1 i ;1

t' (iIII I .lllty. is better managed or comes nearer nelly, Pastor. Services at 11 a. m. i!''Oultr fensacula Hank nay Huoy and No tntrance-"a\'y II. a ecnnd-cla B can : f

.. .1.! .v :Son otter ppcial giving full value for your money and S p. m. ; Sunday school at \U:30 was established June Wit: IMC! on tbe
than Merchants tollowIngbearings,viz:
CaptJacob Kryger's
ir adverti-ement to. : a. m. ; Epworth League at 6 p. m. l'eer 1'oinl lien:un Light E. by :\: !
Hotel. And it is the same, too with Pensacola LUbt-Honse.. :N: W *, W.
Mu-cofee Wharf-Rev. O. W. Car in Close Touch with All Markets
End ofw'eslco91)( ) wharf navy yawl, X. Implies ;
his; Bijou Siloon. Every department W. ; ;
penter will preach at S p. m. :Sundayschool ; : : t
tSIP fre-llf'=t and This buoy U placed at the ) '
] of each business is conductedby
; H'a"'e \
at 4 p. in., J. X. Andrews ;< point! tile fl\' '-lahomcurt'eotl l'enssculnavy I Contant Opportunities. .*.* ;
Mat :Sol Cahu & competent men, polite, courteous superintendent. ;!, yard and marks tile channel to anchorage !.
ground for deep draught vttsels.j j
and attentive. Oadsden Street Church. Rev. W. To their acceptance only two requisites are essential! : SPOT CAKH and q
I
,\ \ :, .w !iav.- au even IOU -- Q. Vreeland Pastor-Services at IIa. SOTICE' TO .MARINERS. BIO Ol'TLET. The opportunity was Ol'RK-we: had the SPOT r

i I.. t i- lip between the That tired feeling is a burden you m. and 8 p. m. by the pastor.> !, Regulations of the Marine Hospital Service CASH Now you have the tempting chance to save money' '' ''i
need not carry. Hood's Sarsaparilla require the inspection of vessels from spending it. See show windows
our
by big
+ : il 1 I..kJ -. Sunday school at \'J:30 a. in., A. H. | foreign ports via domestic ports north of : they i
,, will rid you of it and renew your D'Alemberte !, boutbern Maryland. but via such ports at speak stronger than cold type. ":
\\' ;v 1'. F?rbe-' Mew ad, ,!I courage. superintendent ; Kp- i Mblp Island where full pratique is given '
worth League at i:30 i for southern port, Inspection la not pre-
Miss
m.,
,, --- p.
w windows and buybfcfur : requisite to entrance, 1
.... Mary Lucia Richards, president. BOUGHT FOR SPOT CASH BOUGHT FOR SPOT CASH : t
t 10 H. ;tin, <- they!: I MYERS VOTED AGAINST I, ,.',TICE. I Ii

llapiiat. The Marine Hospital Service has issuedI :i iI ONE CASE ONE CASE k : !! d
i REQUIRING RAILROADS the following:
:.1 I l IH' :.in ice cream andi 'i, First I "Coastinu vessels which and '
known !
Baptist: Church-Rev. M[r. are !
i :, n for the benefit of which are in regular trade with Florl.la ZAMONA CORDED LAWNS. i REN RON ORGANDIES. i t.
TO BUILD DEPOTS Abbott will preach at II a. Ill. No j I from domestic ports of the Cnited (states I ,
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i;, : ,it Kopfrian's park: I evening service. :Sunday; school as I I may with enter tile undemanding without detention that If or MCnes inspection of : The actual: value is fi'4c a yard but Actual Value h and !lite yard. Due i ; i

M '!ud iy, July 14.i usual. ,; any character whatsoever shall de\elop : due to POT CASH Purchase we : to the SPOT, CASH[ Ptircha-e they : I,
during the voyage to Horid ports shall .
offer them
Senate Bill No. 74. To be entitled, Monday co Monday at ,
1nl" 4Ielrtl 'If tit report to the quarantine offlct-ra for inspection -

: i i'. lurch! will give i.y "An Act to require railroad corporations I'rpl>jterian. ;,| and disposition.-----" I 10 yards for 35c 6c yard ;; ::

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\ >1'-1":1: upxt Thur-diy, to construct passenger depots on Fir-t Presbyterian: Church Re v. THE SHIPPING.

II..:, 'I t nuke any HthT/ ell- Linn R. Walker, Pastor-Rev. :-:. I It,
I't
'. III : .M' ii I rylit. their lines of roads and to provide a Weeks will preach at II a. m. and y', : SE: :; IN PORT I EXTRA SPECIAL SPOT CASH PURCHASE !!

,. ,,, !'penalty therein. p. m. "TEAM Sit II'S. i ,
;
i < k I'd-rilLi/ arrived thi- I
', I'I'1 On the, passage of the bill Mr. It llIertoTrevesi17.CorueliatoGut: I .57 Pieces St. Albans' Batiste.
\\r'i i jio lirif red -nap'I' : Myers voted NO. Bill passed 16 to Transit Co : !: j. ; Ii IiI
I \.w Orl >an mack l'"i"'rali..t.riuuday Br r.alleu Hall, l.fts. Weppener, to Itanrs ;
3. (Senate Journal 1891.). 22june2t school 9 I' Dunwocly & (:o I It wa an l1nll-opportunity for no+; It is aNo an uuu-ual one for you \ s I : :
: ifivand! di-po fd of at ;O a. m. ; Y. P. Kr Chatton, *!Ul, ler toV fc
: ; an< oll. Key
I < for they are I 12''.. and loc values of exceptionally pretty de-ijjm; and colors. i ,
!
!'- ,' b -.ieh fish to local C.1T.. at 7Wp.::: m., subject, "I.eison5From s..r.t 'o ; :
: Br _
Kgniont Ca-tle Ivii 1'ugli: to hull-
Go to Clyde E. Wilson 5G'o's Bible Women," references, Ivan Lumber C'o Extra Special at IQc yard or 10 yards for 85c. f I I .
Kr KtrUwood ll1*". Brown to \V H Key- i ; :
for jine Watermelons. Luke 1U:3:'- 2. Acts !9:36: i.II l ; scripture see A Co i
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A11 I :Society of the'j I II..th"dit lesson, John -l::; 2 W. Prayer Meeting I span" liracui-1-!, Luzarraiii, toM H Hul : ( I IA II

: ;\ church Phone 072. every Thursday evening. All are I man Ir LaiiKliam, 17rt',,, h'ratberton, to Jno MEN'S NEGLIGEE SHIRTS.I .; MEN'S ELASTIC SEAM DRAWERS.Every i

lifht biy I'xcur"iol1 I I cordially invited to attend these ser !i' Merrltt hrrNruualsHanrrtMiultTransit* Co CoKr I ; I I'I

-" July iMli. Every FAMILY SEASON TICKETS vices. : Silrerdale, Ill. laU, to i'ensacolH man 1 is interested HERE. for ui dozen Celebrated EUl&' j jwe
W ,I he made: to Rive the I Lumber Co are selling STANDARD Dot I|

,\' ible trip and all are 'I i AT SIGARI'S BATH HOUSE I.UI hf'ran. I Transit'or Manna Co :-'I71! c..hnHt'n'"n. to (iulf 'I SHIRTS at Jil o Seam Dra,wers, the "15c 1 It'I !:;

i ;. .1 I to attend. I Herman Lutheran Church-English : Br Twickenham,SHIPS.Br hCi: I III"I. to order 65c.Don't I kind. There will be no moreafterthin 'I ; : i. i!

v : uin Sund,ly after r.ervice at i::'M p. m. ; congregational Kings County 3.n, alter.. to order \ lot 1 !:
Frank Sigari will issue luo family I Itus Ocean, list, Mat tsseu, to S> Ii L Co I 1 !t'
I .', :Saving station will meeting after close of service, HARKS mi-s this great opportunity.. I 1,

r :- 'dlle.which. i iA is season tickets for baths at his splendid which all voting member are re- ; :Nor Aviemore lull Hansen to order I This i is the last week. 37-'oC pair.LAR t i'I, i;
i
bath house, for a family of one It Anna E.Marie, 4ii.: Unto, to Kosasco I J
,
"v i-s ond ha* com- quested to attend. J. F. W. Reinhardt IorsNorAlevander I
to three at $l.oO for the -fa-.on and
Piers' will be accoinJ.'di. pastor Lawrencelll', Haa\ersen' : :
I for a family of from three up for two j to W K Ke> ..r.\: Co 24 Pair Heywood's $3.60 Tan Shoes, to Close f : !
I. The excursion ,
I It BerMgllere 1'>11, Peeko, to Itaars lion .
A dollars. These season tickets will Christian Sciriue. wody ft CoU It
i d I hv. Joe Iteed. I' at F : i
I ji Klmstone.7.17.Capuroloonier: i $2.50 per pair. ; i
: entitle the family to bathe whenever .. .
:Service at Lt\12> We-t Gregory street :Nor: Hugo "'11. Hantsen, to order ', f
i"m nf wall paper i in ': they wi-h throughout the sea=on. II All interested I l'anonna, :11I1, All ertseo, to Baa r s. .I .---------- ._--_.__.._... _-. . . . ___..--_--_ 4 :, f
at a. m. are invited lJunwody.Co i i
+ j.iwof Thiesen'' ; ;
WI'i the
:Zljlnaball : to attend. I Kus RbeR. '."i Nyroos toorder I ,
1 ;.iiuii this | Kr Uaerimuerlllt.0otlall,to order
IIftuuoou.1 : '
Nor Munbeam. M4. Andersen to orderit W. J. & B. FORBES.- !
tt. will Hearing, keen cutting Salt aliun Ami}. Thomas "(i, Lauro.. tlJ order ii i :1'
i It Virginia,5Mn.! Va salo, to Kosasco 05
content which will
i
Every one is cordially invited to
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Lawn Mowen at the HAUKfNTINE.S ;: !
f' it t f! .. time. :See *! I
saute attend the meetings at the Barracks koda, 1L.\ ... .to H S L Co ; 'i !;
tit in thiHue and I i I lJ"illu Hardware Co',,;- DeHeache street. Holiness 1'lIH'S FKS. i j I Ip
on meeting Br Mab"I Darling. Ill Albany, to sun I i i If You Buy Them at the Itostou Shoe Store. They are food ru
Sunday at 11 a. m. ; Junior cla-s; son l'o I I 1 I"I I\\; j
Am Mary Sanford. 4.V., McDonaldto.Jno| .
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t"i- ... .. meeting at 2 p. m. Salvation meeting I 1.\ Merrill Co.NAVAL ? i I
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' "' -' every night at S o'clock in the I I Satisfaction and Service L.U i! ;

Barracks: ; open airs at 7 p. in. Capt. 5TUKl'.SSM3ltKl'T.
A FRESH SHIPMENT OF I .
Callie Holder. Lieut. Edna Yate.'. "
I ttrportrd Daily for The Newt t> \ ; ,
kI officers in ji I H .\ \'I i: :M .vm:
charge.
...... .. '--' ;- I i i l'nion Naval Stores Go. I ,, : J ql
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= ALl. WHO U-K ATOMIZERS I intieating i, .
- BO8IN.vw

; na-al catarrh: will get the ,!: \ __. ..... .. j-t'K: \ H ..... .... ........n 7nI I t.ot Boston Shoe Store Shoes $ : Ii
P .SMITH FIELD HAMSJUST I, WU... ... ..... x ,">" b .. on.......... I :Ha : iti ;
.. be-t re-ult from Ely'" Liquid Cream 'Ii .... 1t."> F ..... .. .... .... lN; : ;
'I Price M ....... .i"'i K: .. ... ........ 1i: I'lll'l'1.1R. .
P.alin. including I ; :
--- - --. -- spraying K ... ........ '- ,."' '* .. .'._.. ..... 1 ;! i : i
. - tube. Toet*; :Sold byfdrugi-ts ori 1.?.. .. .. .._. i Hi C'A below...... 1 loHriKiTB it L II IIThe
.- = eye i is satisfied with the tyJe and finish the 'f : f
f', .. -.' "-' i mailed by Ely Bro-: oG Warren M., TcaPLnrlsL-9i.;! I ; foot i N ;oati*fled with the i I t
perfect fit and absolute comfort ; the pur"e is satisfied with a fair: t :
New York. I I .
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RECEIVED. New Orleans, :Sept. I, 1101. ( 'HI'\V NOTICl:! price for superior shoes that will give better ;;service t't'h !.1" ,II

I Mfr. ELY: BKOS I : -I sold two than tho-e purchased Pl-ewherP, I I. f!; 1 ;t' ,

bottles of Liquid Cream Balm \EITNERthPCaptatnowner t H t t
your H
; FRESH FLORIDA SYRUP = I', to a cu
Delach: \*e St., New Orlean; he ha* 1 sponille fur debts contract- I' .
I u-ed the two bottle*, giving him ed b) the crew of said vessel. i iK j
wonderful and most l.r/AP.KAf.l | BOSTON SHOE STORE '
atifactory result
i. GALLON JUGS, 75cts PER GALLON. = I *. GEO. W. McDrFF.Pnarmacist.. M H Sull\an i unsiguee. taptaw'1-j.Mt JI'i ; 1(1 i;


--- \E17HFKthrceptan.ownrnorcoisignees: : \ ..1'1'11.1lid; TOUCH iiMiit: : l.ro|>riHur.p II I : d(:
IS'IlI.1Nlli.l: : i Everybody lid- a riirt't to a little re t' j
of
j the Run slit

;M. F. Gonzalez & Co's Corn Meal = fight chance piece for of to this it.get They earth.it. and must get But watch it.they must their the- crew of said Kndynnoa: vessel for debts contracted be responsible by Leaders of Low Prices. 117 South Palafox Street "I 1 f I "Iii i i i iI

TKTTKRSJS S, i ,j i
Thos C. Watson & Co. t'
:\( 'LIMMLY.jSOL : : H. Beers Con-ilznee Co Cwpta.n.I Tilt :SANTA" BOS\ Fishing: tackle of all kinds I,, ; f
ban ome particularly fine bargains l.'jit {
: 'I
to otter just now. and they invite -L"isK n.'TIf" ; KSTAIIMSH.MKM: and crab i. I.
h ,_ N El1 H .R tb. eaplaln. ownvrt i good nets at the jfcr I
vou to come and investigate !lame nor consignees of the Kus :
You will never regret having doneeO. : bk Australia mill be re- I JJathinz in the warm null waters* :, Willis Hunlwaer Cos. ;: f
;| CAHN & COol 1 pon bv, till crew of saIl"e'%el l
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ICE-COLD WATERMELON.-: W. t'O'iEII.TR4I1'! i. world. Every thin? for pleaiure withsafety ': VIRGINIA COLLEGE i +
Toma-trr L'Aptain.1Jlt rood hoard and Inu.'!'iog. by' :
ICE COS. he day or w!'ek. Lunchon prompt For VOt .NG 1.\I'It. 1G'anole Va. t ; i
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERS .. i I r
---- - ly served at all hours, day ( d D'' !jScUooU for h'urn. Lad,-. in tbe l'I.utb I : ,.
Marston $ Quina carry ,\ A'I TI-U. CHARLES H. nl RTO i, New buildings. piano and !
I
equipment.
\. -riier Palafox and Intendencia Streets. 2m-tf Manager. t''DlP ten .
- eves raiid uiou-itain
scene :
I the largest line of mattingrugs ry in Valley of Vi".. famed
P --- ---- for liealtb. hu-; ,
: \ \STtIJ-A: boy from 15 to 17 year old. J
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"4 ;.c 178. a< *< Pensacola I FI a. window shades, etc., \ Apply to A. A. Kltbvr. U The finest line of sterling silver I copsrryalor.ropean and Arnercao adraotagen tt'acho.: 'e.f. *t t,all MUSIC coons and '
toads and silver novelties i is to be i Klocution. Students from ...sty States: ;
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in the city. We lay our \\?A'TU. ATn :-Tuelve carpenter' found at J. I. Stephens'! Prices to Koc taloKU".rrre>ii
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Cook \: Laurie at Southern Cotton Oil :
:\: .'" '' .. ; free. I please all. I JdAITEf'.HAKItIdPresidrpt.
$. "' '... ... matting Mill near Uoulding. lljrt: j 1'.oanoke'a I *
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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA SATURDAY. JULY 12, 1Q02



I( FOR THE HOUSEWIFE WHY PHYSICIANS FAIL- I CHRIST'S TOMB SCENE OF FIGHT. I Ii I J-j-ir LLr L -..

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'I [ Mrs Laura S. Webb
Ilrading Off the Moth. Clash Occurs Between Greek and Latin : ,
Moth is much than
protection more
Monks at Jerusalem. : VICe-President of Women' Democratic Cubs of Northern Ohio!
half R''f'fJIU'I'lwl:: when a garment i- To Cure Many Cases of Female Ills. Jerusalem July 11.-A sensational ; """

and brushed any free soil! removed from dust and stains every spats fold : Some Sensible Reasons Why Mrs. trial here, the result of the clash between '[ HEm ARE MANY the change of lift which" .:-
Greek and Latin monks in the
and ft-am scanm-.l closely for a d. p"Iit; I T I sickly women be- fast approaching. While cis-
Church of the Holy Sepulchre, eur-
of moth ejrjrs.; If it can bo made: bUrt Pinkham is More Successful Than Novwbe'r'' twecn the ages of nine wIth I frond: IlIoti.d
I mounting Christ's tomb, in ;
that skis
that none if the latter is in the garment : was taking your
last, has resulted in the sentencing of 45 and 55. bn there are h
it is f'lsy and cheap to keepont. then ,j Many Family Doctors. Tine of Cudui and she 'Q'U,
34 Greeks, including 12 priests to very few invalids over 55
Immediately! on lini>Iiins the : Se so enthusiastic about it that I

cleansing and his i vctin! treatment sl'Ithe : j terms of imprisonment ranging from' n and 60 years of age. The decided: to try I bottlt. I u,
A woman w: 'ick-some disease ivraliir to her sex is fast develop- : week
garment into a bag tiii or muslin that will hold it easily ''] fig in her system Slue goes to her family physician and tells him a I i The most interesting point which developed -':, a woman near her forty- rooath, so I keFt as talucg

that has not the: smallest break nr alld'l' story but not the whole s>wry after the disturbance was th9 : for three months and now r
fourth either makes
She holds hack something loses her head Incomes agitated year, N'L Lal6ra S. Webb. with
Close the! opening by rinniiri tl.e end forgets fact not generally known, that Germany mcnstru.1le DO Faia and
what she wants to and foully conceal what she ought to lave told her an invalid or gives I shill
t: together; in the M-wlny macuiii* :111111.11 I say, and Italy in supporting the tau it off and on cow

f ; away on a shelf! or Iu a trunk as j>re and this completely mystifies the doctor.Is claims! of their wounded monks, ob. her 8. neW lease on life. Those who I until I have p6SiCd thc Climl Ida not

ferre A LoUi-ekt-ejier w li-> has i trptblankets I it a wonder, therefore, that the doctor fails to cure the disease ? j tained an irade from the sultan recognizing meet this change in ill health eel- dread: it now IS I 1m sure that your
j I Still we cannot blame the woman for it; is very emb.irr.ioi.ing to detail i their 'II Wine of Cudui will be of ;rat bcnclt
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furs and < \< thln:: year in mIl rights to protect theft dom live ten years afterward, while "
I ;year out in this: way gives this a'" her : some of the symptoms of her suffering; even to her family physician. I respective subjects and that thus i a woman who lays aside the active at this time.

adrki' after her Ions and successfulexperience. This is the rraxm wh.v hundreds of thousand.., of vumien are now F.-anee's claim to an exclusive protectorate !' duties of womanhood in health eel- tit-ins of Cardul is the remedy to
"Sunn-times she says "1' In correspondence with Mrs. IMnkliain at Lj 1111. )Ia. s. To her theycan i over all the Xtiollc clergy in
I that when she is advise dom tails to live on in happiness, re-inforce a woman gain tthesi:...,k
to them she
T dip a cloth! in turpeutiu." and drop it in: give every symptom, so ready 1 the east is no longer admitted.
_fl I the "ba:; with fay blankets, and I nl! is in possession of more facts from her correspondence with the indent I i years after she has paged 60. This that come with the chap;;e cf Ef: .,

I t$ ways :;" ox IT the closet shelves or tin than the physician can possibly obtain through a vrsonal interview. Great Fortress To Be Built is: truly a critical time. It re-establishes healthy h'tl ':19Mr5.

r trunk tr tlio bureau drawer in which 11 I Following we publi-h a letter from a woman showing the result ofa New York. July 11.-Royal' engineers : Laura S. Webb of Toledo after years of suHenu 1:1 r .:a9

rack away this U-ts::ol clothlnu) ; :, t'le"j j correspondence with )Ilnkham. All such K tor> are considered: : will take the necessary measurements Ohio the of life this it has saved thou It L of suf.as .
with a IiruIi ilpH! ] | In turpi-ntiue. > -oluttly confidential liy )Irs. I'inklmm, and are never published[ recognizes change ,
Moths! won't rat iittoiir lim-n. and if i, in any way or manner without the connt in writing of the patient ; this week, says a World special from a dangerous: period and she also f" t in .tl:11e. I.,) Lit Walt
Halifax, X. S., for the '
you are xtry carl to ke<>p then! out but hundreds of women are so grateful for the healthhuh Mrs. link- I i proposed new' has faith in Wine of CuJui. She untIl suffering is up'! ::1 : L Th.'rw'rites .

of tli<- jrariiifiit, till it i is Into tin- baqj: : ham and her medicine have: been able to restore to them that they nut fortification which will ha larger and : oUlTh rrf.'plI'3.tionJ: : i asJe1S I

i i they are out fur the sumuier D-m't only consent to publishing their K-tters, but write asking that this l.e more powerfully armed than that a: in ad.3nce L't ;' '; .:.o uf
York redoubt which is next Gibraltar "As I had always I been troubled more ,
ai use cbwMi-l..th for the ba-. It Is tosieazy done in order that other women who siU'or may be benefited I by theiresjurience. to
in Impregnibility. The new or Itss at the menstrual period, I dreaded C3rduI treatment: t "
t'Many: clean! lisui c ,1"111 .it.in
fort will be constructed Devil's
-ri uW'l'ria!. Old ptlt.te.I i th it on
ore nr.t broken IT worn tlit.), ,ucb! :T\ --i--; I I i island at the western entrance to Am::: :' -, ..
? Halifax harbor. The WINE of CARDVI f" 1f : .
military authorities '
I where are uM-ful fnrtlupurp\'''-t :\I..i I.I, U I La\.: :f', ..
1 things accumulate in tinImii! ), ". tiii- II I Ii here received word! from the London i

i war office to the effect that $l.fi.T:! .
Eli may be usedIfcUt silt sll! iln-s- ,if: ni_" -
,' i I *>"" will be placed at the of
disposal
faded
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1 I ('hamhrlIPfti. n.: ;i H-I -'-
skirts! nod \\c\: lil.e. I li.i\: <' orb art 0:- authorities for the first year'. THE NEW GROCERY STORE.

clcs! ripiitl! aiiil wa>h il and u.:ndo' mi' w.u-k. .
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I c straight bass: tf \'ilrj'Io.,7.l'i'o, Ties : oWILL- = -=-=-- -- -= = -- ,.

t I aecunutt.! i I" I.:)' l.wn: r>!D:'ct ready S f Z Says Ireland:! Is Prosperous.New ,
; York. July 11.-John D. Cram
1 for the tj.i ;in; pisckin! away MOVER
t w mint the well known capitalist of thid:

I' Ur...,'.. Ilalliluli. tI city, who has just returned from Europe Keeps a Complete, First-Class, Up-to-Date Stockof

a I have thoroughly! enjoyed Riving: our n says he was surprised to see Ire

b t! baby her bath since her father made a land in such a prosperous condition Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries.No .

bathtub on 1"-;:.. so that I can sit in uiy T 'People here," he said "lIa\'(\ a wrona 30 W. Covernment St.
Salisbury Block
low rtaktr nUll bathe tier without idea of the conditions there. Everything ,
1 I ,
} straining! my Kick in the k.l"t. I have ti I is booming. There Is really TKLKPHONK 'JUT

I'J' her basket, an extra law: m).. (..,ntaiut I r f i' very little hostile feeling against Eng .

1 In? nil I !need on a cL.nr l I.y my side land and King Edward. When' the

IE 11 nd when I dress h.-r I take her on my -' 5&ftI king's illness was announced in Ire ICE AND WAD!

t; lap which is cured with a large land there was the greatest sympath.. .

I I! tlannel aiirmi. Th> tub i Is made: of a expressed." WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH L:* ROER TRADE

piecef rubber! slic'tins; : Inches
I wide and 1'i yards Ions. At each cor I THIS SUMMER:: THAN EVE. i'EFtliE
Modern inks date lack from 170$. at
_
l.er I foldiil the cd.s: to;''ctlHT for wh rli time researches: of Dr. Lewis

thc Inches and then folded that (point Itibantourt in the! chemistry! of ink SEND US YOUR ORDERS NCi/tf.

hwkt'll with the (..I l,:c of tht r-:01.:

so that on each end the two point an' began. I Thompson, Olsen d: CDManreso .

folded toward the I enter. 1 OVI-IM-W.-I I When Other Medicines Have Failed j ,

a piece of (-trolly cotton: l.dl'lI: 'UMini.T'S Street, Telephone l ; ".
: Take Foley's Kidney Cure. It has /

cured when everything else has dig- i

appointed. SoM by W. A. D'AKta- ESTABLISHED 1863.

o T ". 121 South Palafox btreet. ,: _._
Here is Proof of the Value of Mrs. Pinkham's Advice. ,

a "DEiR Mm. I'lNKiiAMI hare been taking your medicine for two Medical Society, Attention. j McKENZIE OERTING & CO.
months and write to you for some Ince concerning it. I am in very poor ,
L health! and have been for nearly three years. I am troubled with a pain and There will be a regular meeting of >: o -DIALERS lf 0

soreness in the back of my head and neck which develops into an almost! unbearable hs Pensacola Medical Society 1101'
_ headache at time of menitruation. Since last August I have been the Board of Health ofl'.ce at h Ship Chandlepy and General! Hardware

confined to my lied a ,great: part of the time. In January I was taken very 5'clockp.m. Tuesday. July __'. I

& hick with one of my awful headaches, and lay for five weeks in a critical Visiting physicians are cordially 80S AND 005 8. PALAKOX.. 8THKKX.
,, condition. Our r< were unabla to tell me the cause of my illness. I had (Invited! to attend.
j I a slo'v fever sceminijly in my nerves with a marked bilious affection. I was DR.W. C. DEWBERY, u u .A.GENOV -

completely! pro,trate,1. My physician did nothing for me but to put me to President. 1 REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A, ROEBLINO'S! FOAM (;;0.'"
11 sleep said it was the condition of my nerves at the time of menstruation. I OK. L. DEM. BLUCKER, GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE A. ROririEL 4 HON'B PCMPfc
was advised t > take LjdU J:. I'inkham's Vegetable: Compound and m2ottf Secretary.:
would) like your advice amt to know the cause of my bad feelings.-31iw. --- Sum Scrdiji blitz, Dill, liatlcal lostrcisints! furls tutors, Chin[

1 f FAIIIEll MALE IT. J' FKANCF.I 1. Mrt'REt.: Sheridan Mont. (April :27, laun.) MYERS PRESENT OO PA8SE8, LOOS. TU.

i ; ty Inches L-n;.: to the edge on endi ('nd' *, n"altn.: ... I'IiKII.1' I wish to testify that I have been greatly benefited C. McKenzie; Oertin? Collecting Aent: for Bar Pilots' Benevolent Aaociation.
U to k<-(-p the folds! in plaie. The frame by the ue of your medicine. After taking four bottles I lilt better, my BUT NOT VOTINGSenate .

rs I Is made of four cross le;.:s thirty inches head and neck were greatly relieved. After reading the testimonies in the
i thtt book you sent in-. I believed: that I had a tumor, and a while after when
At birs
Inn? p are two thirtyblx something the sue if an er; pa-......-.l from me. I was convinced of the fact. 1 Bill 29, A bill to be entitled
: Imhis Ions to which the sides of
low feel like a new creature, can jti. to iny work, and can eat and>lt't'pVetI., "An act to require railroad companiesin The Star Laundry
II
f rubber nod! the ends of the! cotton belt- "
that I I. MtCKCA
a privilege appreciate very much. )[R5. FRANCES the state to erect cattle yards and ,
Ins; are Iirmlj tacked.\ Where! the I legs :Sheridan Mont.
I iri'" they arc proton by a Ions screw crossings en their lines of railroadin

I lot hi-iixy central bar thirty-six inches UK:W \1:1.We, tuT*po.iti-.i with the National Cty Rank.>! Lynn, loOnO( certain cases" The Journal shows Biggest, Busiest Best I
u huh mil b>< pad to any\p.r"muan, tint that the atxe timoni.U: letter ,
Ii :Ions; so that the tub can !I" foliled like $5 0 00 0 are not genuine. >r .ere |>ul,:.i.b..l t<"fur obtaining( tint writer's special\ per. that Mr. Myers was present but did
f stool and be nii,Mun I,)'iliu 1'inkhaiu Mrdicii.e ('0.. (. "In, Man*.
14 i u camp put away: 11It not vote. Pages 399-400 Senate Journal
hw ,; \ery pmall sp-i "e. To make it more Au Call
1893. 28june1w 3 Evening on
y steady tw.. other Ivirs I are u-je,l. K.ichis

screwed at one end to the lei near To Explore Wilds! cf Labrador.St Acts Immediately. l'"ny-lIal"am KeueMKljht Away r-Y' 'l Your Swell FriciuKyou

tin phot 11 nd extenddiagonally! down St ./ ,- \ F Jnlx 11 -An f\tv,!:' ('. ,;nis! ate sometimes more trouble wdcukte&ts.edreadof wuji_.udtuiJSLODGE ;t
u i
Is to a point l-ir: the. end of tinles One flan ur.cir the I iea:' iMup of fuion. s., (!..tin sumnit-r than in winter its -- ---- ._--- 1 v t > wi'l! find will be warmly t>..

Is on each side, slaiitins ui "I'IHI"lh'| dir \Villam: Gla/ier of NVw York, num s- !,ar,l to keep: from adding to them ? t etved if well .
i I whil.> toolins:! off after exercise. One you are and neat.-
\HloS. Cor. IMUM! llnllMkeclilIlS.niiilritllian boring; 12:! persons' has lt-ft here on ; DIRECTORYKNIGHTS h r.
\ .. Mr.ute Cough Cure cures at once ,: as dre--edandyuuriim.-nI-trreprnaci. -
f hoard the !'Ipam'r'ir inia take f '
1 First (;.rmau 'one.dfan-Cat Us & I, A' ,-.oltti"hafe.. Acts immediately.
explore the unknown wilds of I ablf A woman of nfinemetitalways
bra
.a i 1'
,'tents nut you und me? Sure cure for coughs, colds, croup.thr"at OF PYTHIAS -
;
t Seciiiid I..rdaI.luedtaii; I'iiV! tol- dor Colonel mazi r':! expedition waorpar.irod and lung troubles: Hargis'P'alll1acy gauze" a man'* well bred instinct .

_1 i i'. tars! Vy .:..11"t you pay it't-l) lie rotate in Boston. Among its mem John Sheppard and Sidney |' nllacula Lodge, No. S, K. of P.. a by the condition of iH lim.i

-4 J'Junu': I hers are representatives of leading 1 i 1 Sores Ulcers, Costs Nothing to Try. feasibility of a new railroad line fo' |i tate siu is usually a flner-board to v'Ultlng welcomed brethren eord'tlt + !- J at the -tdr Laundry.:

Hlood( (j-oUou aud deadly cancerar the Atlantic snipping combine. ]j i wealth. Thos. C. Watson & r '. H. A. LrtU .

+ tilt> wrr"t and! ui'"st deep-seated'' I I i Co., the leiUing Real Estate firm HORRLFRK.. Rot M. I

blood di-t-a"t: OH earth: yet the Out stoie this or out nif-diiin and taktit dealer and\* ar.y'drug gft''a 'I 1 I be have worth some your otters while which consider.it would Go ': ALL WORK C. 0. D. Goods Called [fer End Delivered Fm

ea iest In cure when Botanic lllood .' !box of Cliainlieilain' Stomach ai. i and ,eethem todaand don't wait
Hal m i loj tHfd. If you hives \111.)0 ,, l.i\er Talil.t-s) The 1 I..t phy-n;; TUy'also '1 till to-morrow LauijelsA TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST.

: : prison, producing ulcer-..tie paiu i *. correct liiordii-:: the ?u>mach.Price I
ain
!' I pimp) s. tiiucuoti pitche: *. fallinghair.itchinirkiu.crofuU.olJ :.',". c
f : : rlieu- agents, for the celebrated Ili ftrii txpmltto;
S'' i m:1tI"Ul or oif"ti-ive f. nu oi C' t irrh 'feu made the Gold J i
'L4 FCaos .clit--dt'ltdh'l c.uicer eat1I1 OABTOn.X.A.. \Odorless refrigerators, Htiui Award to TABLE.

s <, bleedlt!;. (e-trrlth-axle-weab 8tanthe hal.'dY..HtgaatSw.y'1 S '
'absolutely guaranteed
t + ill;:", lumps (per-i-tent wart: or -i re, 6:gcatreat t-' or I.W.HARPERKENTUCKY LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD'

t take ItotAtiic Hlood H.ilni B. ]f.: H.I &C f money refunded. It- IN EFFECT DECEMBER lJlt
It will cure even the wor..t cn-e after -
t everything eNe (ail... H. 15. It. drain* New O.-leans and Mobile.
.. _. .
: WHISKEY
V -- -- -- ----- --- -- -
the poison out of the system and! the .

j blood, then every ore Ilea: making LAW DEPARTMENToF Co.l. ; .o.f. So.I, i .so.., .soI, Sr, i
1 1:15 a 12:15 in 1IOi! p Leave.... Pl'nueola.Arrl1'& r.,1.1 .
Cold a sn '
aud rich and building mcdali p
} the blood I P .
pure
ra.tiNed 1\:50'8 I t.1: p I:11t a L"ave... Flomaton Leave :Y.15 a 2.31 .- p
; up the broken-down b 4 Blood Balm ( B. 15- B.) thor- % .. __ 'i:?'.p Tat a PPa!.P ._VPw' "r.an"' L..ve swop 7ia

i Ii m'_-hly tested for :W years.: Drug John B. Stetson North.
,tore,, Jl per large buttle. Trial University

.i"" ,'! II treatment free by writing Blood Do Xjrtiid. nox'id Sold IIY Dannter Bros. No. 2. So. f. \o.l .so '

P Maim Co., Atlanta, la, De-cribe ,' 11:11.) pm 12:15 p m I LPlvl'.... Pl'n\a ola .. ArrIve fO p m e m a ID
'JOltS
'' I+ trouble and free medical advice r. KOUI5K I'll. P.. l"rp'I.It'tltI.m.lt'r J. FAISIHH LU B, Dean e:15! a m 5:57 pm I \rrlve.., loatlomdY _1.1'1'41 lIU a m It.\5 p tB
until cured. B. B. B. does not''1 I 1154 am L fJpm Arrl\"em1il mlnKlam.Lea1'e tI:3aam I,.<; pm
given
; ( Tall Tt-riu C'oiiinu
>
iicoVfilnoMlaj Oc-tnlier J. 1JM)2. IIDNEY DISEASES! i:05 p m 1:10am Arrtva..Naehvllle..Leave
i/ contain mi"erall'ol..lIH or niTCury 2:3) am 1:1:1: a m I i ArrIve .... Louisville .....L..I\1'p. 8:15 pm 1:"; a m
(ai so many :1 ....remedies.. do), TWO YEARV tOfKETae. L'\T I D p\rtm"nl of John! C. stetson l'nl\'efSlt"/tlnl 1:0 a m I1S9 a m ArrIve ..._L'lncinaatl..lxuastn pm 1I.j P m
4 a twoyeareour** leadinc the djree of LL.
L is but is coml'o-f.'d of Pure Botanic Ingredient l IjREE1I1l1': Tu THE BAR-Thrdplomaof B the Law I 7::!<., am 1tllp: m 'Arrive MI. Loins _.Leave kl5p m It 'a\pm _

I) I L ?. Over 3000 testimoni'il: of :j' Stetson U'KTHhK Iniversity admit' to the Har Department of John B. art UM molt fatal .( tfl 4* PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.
t : _
,, cures by taking Botanic Blood Balm ISF4IRMATtON--IOrtheLawAnnouncement. of 1"':-3.and aa other ucALBEUF -
ll.H.B. slriinformal.oareardinitlieLaw; Iicpartment.address tuti. :2t-Dallyoc. I-Dally i .so atop where time not Ibown i So. 2-Dally No. 2- )a:I!
j s I I ( > J. FAKRAH. Dean of Law Department, i :
t --- 1I:55 pm 7:00a m Leave ...Pensacola.. _ArrIve' 10\0):
83J pili
t CA.STOTl.Ija.! : De Land, Fla CUIE u i 1.15 night 1:13" I .... JOh..mla ........ 10:37"pm e"
I l -___ I\: :! 1.tt\ ..... Ynlellra. ...... If 11))11 If 8
i 4 B.&r the yf Ira Kxd; KM Ha I! *,cols gjip! I I rULtl i iwtitttf INN '. to _.. .._ .
8 Ji ) 7:1: Elnlst _. l's' 6 ";
> :
t fUtUfo /1+ ? ;! Tulane University of Louisiana. UiV: It 7a to .. _._._. Harp "_" ._ If 10:1" 5:.,
; J U'50I" 7:35" ? .........6'11 Clty.._..., If N:15 to 5.'
I, money r efund d. Cola.tanI lt'io: : "' 7iIV If _.. Milton .... __ UI0" 5:81
No'vv OriOAns. I:'lil am..... II __..Good Range _.. .. 1:9.
lit ? Seasonable household nmaclea rtro dud by em&- 1.55" 8:15": _......_ HOlts ... _? s13 f>i5
2:91 8.S If __fllllgaIl ...__ 8: ) I. Ill
and kitchen utensils at the \ Dtnt physicUni u the bat 'lot 2:51 9:91 I .. ......_.Crestnetr- 8:11" f.IIO ,
EDWIN A. ALDERMAN loJ) 8iII" ......Beer Land to
LL.D.
President. 8M I; t
i and Bltdd troublu.i'
.1 Willis Hardware Co.'s.ji' !j KUruy !; 1:1": fIliJ" _'_ MOlly Head 81" 1:14: '
..03" fI:3.'S II DeI-"ualak prtng4 9:11 ;: 2.'"
IallConr' PUI NIt aM .Ir\ ..
I, Seven eslnLangnaei.scleneesEngineering... Law, Medicine. Pharmacy. Art 'II I I I 4a4 fI:.. Argyle. __ 7:" 9yt
.. !1 The man who owns his own home j I! and Workthops.Separate Dpartmnt Mit *n far buildingj. Extensive Libraries. Laboratories W. A. D'ALE IBEF.TE. f:60 IST I to '...Ponee dt Lflol1If 7:11": gal
Department
Splendid Women In the
; lots of Newcomb College. 5:91 liIiJ' to ..WeItVllle__ 7:17" IM
t E' himself against ;, M I
insures
(; Tulane makes leaders In all vocations. Its facilities for Instruction i 51": 11)15' II ,u_ Cary"lIIe_ 1:1+. to If: +
] h trouble and worry. Nobody can In Uti!!Iouth. Eizhty-sii instructors and I tttudentslast: session. are uniarcajsed ,I I I I 58.' If 101J 0 ontfaJ_ 8:53 I.r.e
raise his rent and the rent day has'! In tbeacademledepertweatoo.nto Louisiana boys. Expenses of Many ecbolarkhlD* All creditor. Isgiteea.( dutriboteei and I :,)} 10.7 If __.. t-blpley _. ._ II e.vr II I. t4
for him. It's easy to owna I I $175tor session board and lodging in dormitories at low rates. Opportunities scholarship stud!t all person having claim or demand s11:! 1k J7 II --COltOndela._ 1:14 II I::;" 5001.
I afforded
no terrors academic students for 4elt-belp. lathe Academic Colleges no boy U against the estate of Fred Ilaaer. deceased 7'10" 11:1: II ,.."...Startaane.- eu0 IJ4
home now-a-days. Thos. properly prepared i', are required to them the under 7)1) II ..5" .. .._ .. "' 1It5 1..11I
for college work, will be turned away from inability: to pay tuItion Neit | present to : CJpr" 5:3'i"
Watson & Co. can tell you C.I l giniOctober Send for Catalogue. teiiloa be-I!i i signed within two years.MAX 7fI II 11:5 _Grand Rldre_ 6:3:1": 1i1
i L. BEAR. 1M I. UJCi noon Bneada.-: 6:1" r.'
I easy it is. Call; ana see them. Address, B, K. BRCFf Secretary I I JlOoawSw Admlautrator. Iai: II 11:15 firthRt71r1aactroa.LearRt71r1aactroa.Lear/ 6:10 II 10:11 of ..




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DAILY NEWS: PENSACQLA. FLORIDA SATURDAY. JULY 12. 1O2.
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I MORGAN'S LATEST SCHEME. I other primary election will be held on ; : p I IS I :,

the 12th day of August, 1902, to choose I.

All Kinds of between the two candidates receivingthe ,

Cures American Financier Proposes to Unifythe highest vote in the July primary.The !
i
Ottoman Debt voters of the county at large ;
Kidney and Bladder TroublesKidney I shall vote for the chairman and I !
secretary
New York, July 11.-After J. Pier- 1 '
I of the etjcmive committee and $ i' I It
I 1IcliuiiIAi
'
and Bladder Troull", Rheumatism, pont Morgan went to London last I the voters of each precinct shall vote ; t :

II night says a Paris cable to the Journal for a member of the executive commit. i
I
ar.d all J kinds of diseases produced by au :
tee from his
and American the bourse clubs, I precinct and the candidate .
acid. I
of uric
excess! for the executive committee re II ,
I the banks the chamber of deputi ,
,. .
i cel.inghe highest vote cast shall be : j

1 the senate, the fashionable cafes everyplace i a member of the executive committee for infants and Children. ::1 1 : ;. ,

HarrisLithia j where men of money and those I until his successor shall be chosen In I

desirous of having it congregate still .the year 1904. The Kiiul You Have Always Bought has borne the signature ,i; .

resounded with the name of the American Qualifications of Voters. of Clia<. II. Fletcher, ami has been made muler hi* I '. i I

WaterIs I financier. The cause of the fresh be Those permitted, and to only become those candidates persons shall before pcrxonal supervision for over 30 years. Allow no 0110 '! ;

outburst is the belief that Mr. Morganis or to vote at or participatein to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and : ; t ; I

recommended l>y the Let physicians all I planning a financial scheme more I the management of this primary "Ju..t-a..-gcM d'* are but Experiments, and endanger; the !1 ; 3

the United State For far-reaching than anything he has yet I election who are white democratic electors health of Children-Experience against Experiment. : ., :.
-ivfr sale every- I achieved. Rumors has it that he is I duly registered for the electionIn t

v, here-shipped anywhere. considering the unification of the the year 1900! or on the 12, 13 and The Kind You Have'Always.Bought -

ish debt. The sultan knows Tur1\1' 14th days of June, 1902 who declare ,

Nothing Can Compare i who unifies this debt will have their adherence to the principles and Bears the Signature of l. : ;

key In the hollow! of his hand hence I organization of the democratic party
inn HARRIS LITHU CARBONATEDVATER for table cse. HARRIS Lnnu national state and who if ; )
Jie thinks: the safe hands are those of county, ,
ALE U the finest of all ales. -
tilsJtK; ; I
they voted at the regular election
the
Americans whose country can :
held next preceding such primary !
for Free Booklets Foil have LO designs the Ottoman
Write testimonials of cures, analyses, upon election then"oted the democratic !

.-I to show to your physician empire. The Ottoman debt Is 1,100- ticket, national state and ..... !t' r'

,000,000) francs. Turkey proposes to :. county, who are by the lawsof /

Harris Lithia Springs Co., Harris Springs, S. C. i have :5; per cent bonds of 1SSS convened the state lawful electors of In Use Fo Over'30 Years/ I It .

I into fours payable not at ;C23; : as the election district in whkfi they ..wf "....&u.. rOMPNV ty ..u..... tafY ...w.0". tflV I ,

L- I now. but at 3oi>. to contract for the I offer to ,'ote. who have paid their poll K -_ ____ _---I.... ,t t j ,. : !
I L ON OR TELEPHONE construction of 14 ships from 5"0 t(' I taxes legally dua not less than ten ---- -- ----- i '
k days before such primary election is |I J !1
l.X;; tons. and will guarantee it by REMOVAL NOTICE.
M. W. MARSHALL. Pen acoh, Fla. :I held and who shall when challengedby .
concessions the BO 16,000 fru. !
on I'horlls. j' ,;
--- I
elector pledge in
any writing upon !
Awarded at Paris ;
Preference will be given for the ;
exploitation -'oath, before an inspector his honor to / 'I
(..SE CF MILLARD LEE. WEALTH DROVE HIM TO SUICIDE. of the mines the forest, I abide by and support the result of such I Dr. Q. H. Tuttle, \ ,

I : the tramways. the waterwa>s. electrc; ., primary, and vote for the nominees Dr. J. G. Heard t .
E" '" Be Made To Secure New Great Fortune Turns Brain of Captain light and .tnians: ports. therefor. I II : I"

Trial. Sebastian Gassict. The inspectors to conduct this election -, :
---- ------ ---- I DENTISTS. I. i
'V 11 -The motion for a1111al London July 11.-Great wealth will be selected by the committee I .: :

\ d Lw. condemn- at a meeting to be hold! at the Koonis and 9. >l.i'onic Temple.All II 1 !
seems to han hen the immediatoaus PRIMARY !
>'i' gallows; for the mur- THE office of Judge T. R. :\lcCullag, at WINE CORDIAL and I "
cf !
imperative
brunch" urRioai.
!I'd :May Suttlfg.! M SPt for of the suicide! of Sebastian Oas- 7:30: p. m., June :24! 1902. This ccm-r: Hie'-fM rtcommtndition? for cere of Poorness ,. Mwbunical I'vntiktry pc! 'formed w lib tech- t i
siot. a retired captain of the 1'0).1 mittee will meet at Judge McCul-j ot blood. Stomach troubles end Ceneril DCfr kill skill.Speca :
IIIIKW before Judge Jotnf I ifv Increases the arpetite, strengthens :J"1 "1 '. ;
navy.A lagh's office at 8 o'clock, Saturday attention ic'.vm to ('blldrf.'D"
th uiminal ELECTION GALL the nei\c and builds up the entire&):temS3
< superior brother of Captain Ga! sict. \vh-j night July 19: 1902. for the purpose of T..th..oldanc1l.orc..law KlIliiiK; Clown !
!
run l>rnu<>l and tiridge'urIe. : !
did recently, bequeathed C;:iijOfICtt', I canvassing the vote and announcingthe PARIS I J' ;
.I' Caudler! decline to I ----- result of said election, and the inspectors i-st: Material l. fonipt-trut Ki.uirrmnt.Ni : t ; .
($t2.5iHt.Qin) to St. Thomas' bospita!, I V. l-ouerrit A I.A !
the will! will have then and there the 1
hearing t "
case ,
and'! at the inquest just held it transpired A primary election of the democratic t-f n I. VI I Telephone : >. UTS. :j .
'h supreme court. ..\.- returns of said election; if they have i "."" tIinporttre
that the captain inherited iH'MuOO ( .- : party will be held in Escambia county, not been already forwarded to the I t '
& Arnold, who repre-
($2.11(11).1)1111)( of his brother's money. 1 Florida on the 15th;; day of July, A. D. chairman of this committee. ;
Intend! avail
to them ;
lie thert to
opportunity', save
"i PI., noose and will! weight with of his the responsibility delusion! that and he was imbuH i candidates for the following offices: DAN MURPHY Secretary. Chairman. WING FIOP&GO.& 1 1 1I

'.' :n the case. They One United States Senator. ,
i I. insane: that bo exceedingly! poor, finally the captain One Representative in Congress, :3rd: These tiny Capsules :ire supcnoriI i: ;
shot himself at hit residence July KIn : District. : INSPECTORS AND CLERKS. I to BaLsam r,)f I'opaiba! i I t :''
and Oralrrs In-
tim- of the kiIHn! t -
his hand was discovered\ a paragraph -:, One Justice of the Supreme Court. I I -.:bebj and Injections. S'\\ ,. p
.
:.1! not he punishcuj '
from a newspaper referring to One Secretary State. I 'Pup! cure in 48 hours the I Chinese and Japanese I ;
;: "'. The following named persons have .
his brother's bequest to the hospital One Comptro'ller.Two I I '1'too .J I' ,,.. '" 1\11.\ toy ineon't -, .. .
Democratic
the ;
been appointed by .
and the will which had been such a I ItaiUoad Commissioners. Executive Commi'tee of Escambfa ....'L '01 0 If' Ii OHIIGGIST? Fancy Goods, i : {
-- Me Age of 118. One State Senator 2nd District. I
Spr y.t ,
source of trouble. to conduct the primary election \
county .
.1 TEAS I
\ i In.y 11 limestone! Two :Members of the House of Representatives. FINE CHINA ; ;
I of July 13: 1902 in their respective .
a.' t'.dvms possibly the 31 South Palafox St. r
precincts, under the rules of the
:
Poisoning the System.It One Tax Assessor.One I It
:. i it. h..i' !1tun.liI of any I State and County Democratic Executive Every Woman Laundry Office. Pensacola, Fla. ,

... -'.tt- Li'intith he; is through the bowels that the Tax Collector.One Committees and the instructionsthat t

; u--: son. who is him. body! is cleansed of impurities. Con County Treasurer. I will be furnished them: Is IntrrttieU alxiut and plinulil II*wonderful mew NOTICK. !t tI I
stipation keeps these poisons in thes'stl'm. Five County Commissioners.Three G. C. Clifford Jno.M. \ MtRUL Whirling Spray !
Precinct No. 1.- .
.' K' ..aon a little farm Members of the County Boardof have been authorized to take .
headache dullnessand k I : 4 71if ww S.Ia.It'rf. tnjrt-
r.
causing R. L. Rob- I
.
:1..1 i Im. 35;; ypars in th Public Instruction.One Rich. Sr., inspectors; lIu5 unit M.' l .n. .jtt-.af- subscriptions for Wm. Jennings .
,
melancholia at first, then unsightly eits clerk. e-t-Mon (' /tsr,1eLk :
; i' th' county. is oil serious Justice of the Peace for District It(Irsa.. l..tutI.MitfLacj'tno Bryan's paper "The Commoner.
eruptions and finally P'ecinct;
AshCravey !
Frank .
Xo. 2. Marx
who No. One. .1 The price is $1.00 per year in ad. ;
Ri
vh.
\ t i n "Rn- illness unless a remedy! is applied.IHrNVitt's inspectors John Davenportcleik. A Jimr drarcUt for II. 4
: IT li**finmii*ut'y! hA vance. Those desirintf: the :
One Constable for Districts Nos. I.,, paper j
i Itn
'f> "O\'' thathe = Little Early Risers prevent ] I .
:
t I !
have it sent to them by seeding ; i .
.
i 13.4. 5. 6. M-nd for n \. can
rtlirr hut Mann
\
\ Shiis: still as opn;?!.: this trouble by stimulating the liver .. I Precinct Xo. :3.: -C. H. Boyett, W. J. luitnticil, Nx>k- .riM|'.It k'.VM \ I (1.00 tu the undersigned. .: tH. :
One Chairman of the County Executive
i ,. 7
and promote healthy action of full ar1lulAr rui'lr*.t"'n.fn.TaluaLlv f f
easy
< u. lit vi. Wilkins, inspectors; C. 11. Kupfriau .
Committee.One I : lo,U'lt-i.' !II'R'O., '( M. ROCHE, } '
the bowels. These little pills do not cleik. **! y }

.,. 'ti Crycni"e Fnds Life. I art violently, but by strengtheningthe Committee.Secretary of the. County Executive 'I Precinct Xo. 4.-S. P. llendris Mark I I Room 3"c Times Bldg., Nf York. Care Daily News. t I .

bowels enable th'em to perform Hard Jr. John Langren -- I.
inspectors I
hU ;
K.; 11.-Bmause !
\ executiveCommittee
: -i > i One member of the county i .
thvir own work. Never gripe or dis- I clerk. I TGAiIDth :
1 'm to do sorai' work in and for Precincts Nos. SECTION it. tl
tr >s. Hargis' Phaimacy, John Sheppa Precinct Xo. 5.-.\. J. Busbee, W. n.Wean.r. ;.
I'it F wr.r.2u \caisU and Kahn. i one to twenty. inclusive.
d I Sidney I
inspectors II. 1Frat r,
; '
i litre by takn. ; !i The State Executive Committee has :it
clerk. o-or -oFensacola
'prescribed! the rules and regulationsof j !
'l'1 'i.-i'-mlH.r-! h.-t: .
II
Is Broken.Alhiquerue. Precinct Xo. 15.-T. J. Davidson.C.
Long Drought I
the primary for state officers including
1.- .'. dill' n>'ver rip on Hobbs inspectors; n.\1.: Bonifay Florida
; ; N. M.. July 11.-The: the State Senator and memo ,
d iI .I i :. arm after it was t clerk.
?
first rainstorm has occurred here since bers of the House of Hepresentati'es.'and ,
I Precinct Xo. ..-John Hammock..
fatal! dos '
'a. '
n e
last Oeto lf'r. The downpour! last'"l the County Executive Committee, Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus. :
.ii\ Xorris inspectors; Ed. Campbell :
\ HI'
.. ".:1'I. it u.iins was nearly two hour Ranchmen from at a meeting held in the office of I i clerk. i i ( 11 11I

.IM: honors. the eastern: atws say that very heavy County Judge :McCullasli on the 2Gth Precinct Xo. S.-Geo. Gibson. Bu 1 1Prcctor i
ISuL' rules and Beautiful Lots for Sale. II I : :
of provided
May
day ;
5 :' '0.000 Mortgage Filed. rain have fan in the last few days. ;: regulations as follows, in accordance I' inspectors; Taylor Crab ree. I ;,

!II I -A $1511.IIII'.lIl ., assuring plenty of water and grass for ''with the platform and regulations of clerk. J t 1 1I

,","<: ,lit the storkhol! 1. some time. the State Executive Committee for the I'rpcinct Xo. 9.-P. R. McXeill A. J 40x137% feet at from $76 to $200 each, according I i

'\ r. Rapid Transit nomination of candidates for Tax Assessor Cowart Prt'cinct0., inspectors. 10.-; C.W.J.T.Ward Dick R.deik.I Ed1 .- to location and surroundings. tl I II

'. rivdintbe: i Brooklyn Mobile and Liverpool Line. Tax collector. County Treas I 1 dines: inspectors; B. II. Bryars clerk. I !

Thf! ofojm of th.] : Iohil" Ala.. July! It.-Elder! Demp- urer, Conr.tCommissioners, School I Precinct Xo. 11.- E. B. Lee, L I Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View, : :
,trr & ('0.. who operate a line of steamers Hoard and Members of the Executive i
.. I
J. B. Stewart.
,11'! Fertile Lands. :
the Company ; :Minims inspectors; High, Dry j ; : ;
.. out of New Orleans and Galveston Committee: !, clerk.

amount named so. to foreign ports. will tablishh oa The names of the candidates forthese "j I'recint0.. 12.-J. L. Scholls.! J. G
for the I i !
contintuif different county offices and mem The grandest opportunity for investment ever !
September 1 a line vessels between 'Oliver, inspectors; E. D. IJoRas: cleiki .
( Its roads and toiiilin bers of the Executive Coinmittiee must
Mobile and Liverpool. ballot to be i Precinct Xo. 13.-.1. G. White Sr.. cffered in Pensacola. 'bRome ;I
mortgats :lS be printed! upon the official '
rids to the amount used in said primary election July 13, A. A. Fisher cleik.Precinct inspectors; J. Emmttt ; 1 'I ,
I Wolfe Should See These Lots. ; I'
blank lines will be left Seekers
l&Oi! and
: no .
i !v have Wen sold. "I am using a box of Chamberlain's Xo. II.-Jos. I. Johnson .
on said ballots and no voter will be '
Stomach and! Liver Tablets! and find Da\e Ku lc'man, inspectors; It. C

Uion Days. item the best thing for my stomach of allowed candidate to vote for on or the write said the ballot.nam' I Caldwell, clprk.Precimt V".Clubbs II : ; :
any
here and the chil- I ever tied" says T.V.. Robin Justice of the Peace Loomis :Mich. I Mansfield Moreno, inspectors; F.1 :
:\ lug out of doors. printed on said ballot. Corner Garden and Aleaniz Streets. i 1 1 I
i' cleik.
These tablets not only correct disorders his 'Whiting i
healthier place for of the stomach but regulate Each person desiring to have election Precinct No. 10.-J. G. Howard.! C. ,' ___ ,. \ ,. : .I
lIly to guard! against name printed on the primary i 'I
Flowers. inspectors J. W. King
the liver and bowels. They are easy ;
l I. ntal to most! open- ballot as a candidate for the above 'clerk.. K.C. BRENT, WM. II KNOWLhH. W. K. HYKR. JK.. J. H. KKKHIC.President. : ; : I J
to 'ake and! pleasant in effect. Price ,
1". .! canals IH'NVitt's county offices and executive committee J. A Vtce-1'reedent Cktbler. Ati't C.thl.". : :;; '
i > !! r,'nts per box. For sale by all'liiiggists Precinct Xo. 17.-K.: A. Knhen. ; .
t for quickly btopi ; and! medicine dealers. shall file with the chairman of this Hendrix inspectors; J. L. Ho>t, derk.I .\ I
..\ danger: of seri- county executive committee on or be- i H. T. ''f
i ; Precinct No. IS.-John Gibson.
For11:;. scalds fore the noon hour 12 m., on the :24th: I, Enterkin, inspectors; J. M. Harrison First National I Bank '

-.'d Mirouts I IVWitfsVit.h, and MYERS DODGES AN day candidacy of June and, A.application D. lt'02' his in notice writing of I:clerk.Precinct Xo. 19.-W. II. Trimmer. S I ;; : I ;![.

1 B. Jnhnson Swift: to have his name so printed upon a '
Terry Jr., inspectors; F. M. Wood
LABOR MEASUREHouse .
IMPORTANT .
blank to be furnished by said chairman t .
t-t nmedy on the .
cl)rk. ,
OF PENSACOLA. -
accompanied with a sum of i j j jDIItOTIs : !
:!I.' for piles and Precinct Xo. 20.-G. W. M.-Curdy. t "I

:. \\are of counterii Bill No. 162. A Bill to be follows money, assessed by the committee as I Daniel Bowman, inspectorsF.; M i i J fi I IWM.H.KNOWLEBW.A.BLOUNT.F.C.liREN'I
John :
t hipFAVORS
iiay entitled "An Act for the protection of Each Candidate for Tax Collec- I :Mayo clerk. N, K. HYER. Jb !! ftgBU ,
'v.ill 11. C. B. PARKHIU. t :
discharged employees and to prevent tor . . . . . .$100.00 I i DAX MURPHY. Chairman. D. 0. BRENT i ; j'1

black listing and for other purposes." Each Candidate for Tax Assessor : Secrftary. 2jtf; I t .I ; I !

,f'ytP'! FATPICKINGS . . . . . . 73.00: ;
On the passage of the bill in the sen Each Candidate for County rm! mutt! Bou 4t t asi cW! :1 !! : I
BOOTHS t
FROM LOBBY I ate Mr. .Myers did not vote. (Senate Treasurer . . . . 73.00: () :'POLLING FOR THE PRIMARY. I; D zan : :! ;! T'

Journal) 22june2t Earn Candidate for County commissioner (, .

-- . . . . 10.00 I' ; .
Each Candidate for School Following are the polling booth < V. 172 To be entitled ,
: o .A. B '1" Q :n. :t: Board . . . . . 10.00 signaled for the primary of July 13;: "
'tine lobbying and to Bear, the le K d Ya' Haa AAas) !IZTs.r Each Candidate Justice of Peace 5.00 1 Precinct, 1-Nix. School IIOUSP. Germany, France. Austria, Italy. Holland, Hpain Btlgiam, Russia, Net t I .1

measure of punishment Each Candidate for Constable. 5.00 l'reclnctKupfrian.: Kupfrian way. Hweden. Deunark and other European conatrlea.JTVe3sel9 :J i f !'i

Candidate for members of the Executive Park. -' I. .j:
'w.cted; cf the same. I to Precinct Windsor.. School house Diabnrsed upon tho Most Favorable Terms, and thsl :
Committee not required
are
issage the vote was: assessment 1 Precinct 4-Ferry Pass, Roberts Obligation* Taken Payable at Port of neetipatioL. Ten or Fifteen D&yi It f fi : -
pay any
Harden, Bryant Coulter, As soon after June 24 as possible a ':Old Place. after Vessel Arrives! ttere. jj. I

_. -me Pirrong Rogers, The Beer list of all candidates for above-named Precinct r.-n(>aulah. School house IWSafety Deposit Bozce for Rent in Connection ", .

Wolfe and -13.s. positions will be printed in the news Precinct Powelton.. Cantonment
Yancy I papers; and the chairman of the committee I'rt'cint.tPine; Barren. Bc-t>f :Mar with which we have a Prtva Apartment for theTJn .j f .

Bristol, Brett, Cal- : That Made will give a receipt for each ket. s'bfRT1 t".... :1, ;I ..

Mmscn, Kirk, MYERS, notice of candidacy received, and if Precinct Crabtree. Jennings: 1 t ""

Smith cf 31st, Summers after the :24th day of June any person store.railroad.. .I.

,1. Senate Journal. r FMU U claims that his name has been left l'rPl'inctDluff Sprinas: ''v r.sra: ) I ;
)
( nnIS; off ot the list of candidates published, place. WE WILL-FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE! ; i I ;a

unless he Precinct 10 \Vantt Hol'and': Ward
his claim will be rejected I I
Writ. t.wta tnt t.&nd.
s Keeps It Handy. holds a receipt for same trorn the blacksmith Miop. ..... oa.... ; .
11 .t..t
'''01' "!""u# .
READ I ETTLR8ff
TffF ,
....,...._ .. :
school ha' 1..011.1" r. .
Precinct 11 Walnut Ill! !
chairman. >atrvQ and
'I.H.I l Ions time .... .. f
t a D' -'II It' f. f
If a larger numberJf candidates house. : 00' '"I''' ". \11..1 .be* 'f.. ntt- W*t<.it flf jovI tt \ ; I j J
: tins and! nn> lal I>ur i.Hf of a t >tor N" "
'
VICTORIA shall be announced than were contemplated Precinct 12-City, In'endcnria! and L hi. .. i>l I'rrfuwfc n.. : I&t. .are. .J I
.
: t isrily to indiso ..br > "'''If'"r tt..b.oo when the above assessment was Aleaniz. i. )
'7 .. .
r .,
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j;
Jo *m t. 'it-ii'.i.n.irk }
\ Spaldine. \Vrona. BREWING CO. made. the committee can if they see Precinct 13-City, Garden and Pala- \ ,..."'.-.........."1..0" .... 1y.. ... I ..utJ.or I'"t..11..1..... La-Se ; 11; I.:!
,
BACMF ....
MADE .
or > 1 sot her to try fit to do so. cut down the said assess 1MC- @'. .--H'li'ili\f41.-r1..u1(, :!" J'1"tlh F ij?
>Iy24\.o..rWHip
'., tter at ontv and I HI-NT lO-CKXT nOTT..IBnl: ment. The voters of the entire county fox.Precinct 14-Pat :McIIugh's-s'ore Ro- 6)' e. w r'y" a loG-. "'__ I'Unrr PH--TJ' .' J JV 'I .'1
,
: seventy-six eats; i IN TOWS.'DANNHEISSER. will vote on the above-named coun- mana and Palafox. 'oJ irt >'V1OI-..i.fit Iu.fu.; ti n.tv:r,V"n'-" .... lH 1> 1lin /_

,it-j rniarkng; that i o'fficers. including the chairman and Precinct 13: -Maloney's store. Ir.tendencla I.mu"m.. p...,ed ..,II..TO',.''fT......1 r.nllf't., k..I."....I..."",". ., ...... .,...11.,. "

Tetrts. ; she has wi .. .. e' .. .... II' j.
a ; BROS of the executive committee and! Villiers.! lot .J'u tr I&'- < '' l \ u" oj
secretary .
.
.
M. JfW .. .. ..
"
t ,
I rktji IC ig V 'i
; handy. Do not except the justice of the peace andconstables Precinct 16Pineville.the! usual aL .la Viui, .I 1 tti' .... ii.l' '. '
lg'; symptoms. Go I AOESTS FOR THE CELEBRATE and the candidates for a plac r. '1."...:... 'n-on. Mj ....'n. .,.a' frrre.t. ." al a T nr Ti t..ru. -. I :- ,
I ,
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we: pes.e.i 5' au1p. w t P1 i L Wrlnwtj 'o. \ F' 1. Jr
1 I. our stitnai-h is office who shall: receive a majority -1 Precinct 17;-Brent's, Spoon's blacksmith on, : t...,J'. Oft k5 W 'd.. 'r or iS J aI!' W J. i Iit lay.. t ., .. 'i t I
I I. f. Harper Wti tY. county 1 "..,. o-I si '. t. < rt ,Tef "'.. '. and I
v\ i jI! heop,1.. KOtt:1I \ : In I fr cIA- Am t.re t "* : I MIB TI ITJJr )
of all the votes cast for that shop.Precinct IL1fldui1fl. .. AONLs WTUU (. ." mtt.-ybefotnr.syi.gsa. II.." ..,.,. F
!'i I and! strenathensa M ain House-401 ::;. Palafox streetR. office shall be declared the nominee (J 1 McDavid, the usual
:. your fun 1 I. It Union of the democratic party for that office.In place SALVONA SOAP CO., Cor. 12th S PinE Sts. ST. LOUIS. MO. I
Depot
R. Exchange-Opp. I .
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HaiiPhar- Fla. event a candidate does not receive Precinct t9Tolleoarll's store. i .
I P. O. B-ixSSl. Peuacola, the II i I- I
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and SIn\
: y i Phone l 116.21-:1!. a majority of the votes cast an Precinct Flomaton, Century. I

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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA FLORIDA SATURDAY JULY 12,1902


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'formed, said Mr. Beard, he first! announced r /J FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY-

111 his candidacy. He was un : :; t o -

BEARD'SCAMPAIGN backed by millionaires of East ) : ; Mid-Summer NoveltiesAT i

Florida, but stood alone and on his Pleasure

merits.! When first be came out be'' : ,

I ,
'I
was warned that he would injure f I, ,

HE ADDRESSED A URGE NUMBER ,:' Mr. Mallory's! chances.! "That gen. !!' :. I ,


OF PENSACOLA VOTERS I, tleinan Washington would if he certainly bad but return one vote.to <:' : THE BIG STORE:I ,, This Store Up !

But his wardrobe would need con-
AND LADIES! LAST I ,, ,
I jsiJerable repairing when he got !:

NIGHT. '!'there with Myers hanging on one 1 Case Ruby Batiste at 5c yard. : I ii >

,i coat-tail and Lamar on the other," I'
I 1 Case Fine Swiss Lawns at 4c yard
Hundreds of people of all classes! ,said the speaker. "If I cannot bel!,

congregated in the plaza !Ust night sent there upon my own merits! I Latest Novelties in Belts at 25 and 50c. ) i,I By the Best Store you know of hereabouts

fur the purpose of hearing Hon. prefer to stay at home for all etern- !'! in all Widths '
I Washable Taffeta Ribbons : I Compare our way of treating with the
(; John S. Beard's address in support ity and practice law before Judge |I you best
Velvet Ribbons in all Widths. ( ,
of his candidacy for congressman: Wolfe." ; ; Ii

t from the Third district Seats had j i The Elkins! and Fowler bills, now .i I Lace and Embroidered Binding. ; ; i!I treatment you ever got anywhere. Match our


i been provided for the ladies and a ,I pending; before the national: house .J New Materials for Wash Skirts 10 to 20c ; Ii prices with the lowest
figures
i up know
good many: were among the audi : you of.
I reviewed and commented -
were explained : ;
ence. I Lace Mitts and Gloves. ; I
on. The disc-trous; results,

The exercise began;: at S>:10 I i even to Florida interests, were cited Lace Stripe Hosiery, 15 to 50c pair. .Then let your own judgment tell you, if this IS

o'clock, D. B. Reed introducing -
Capt.
i i ,
Hon. C. H. Laney.Mr. ''in the event of either of these bills' ;,. Large Assortment of Ladies' Lisle Vests, \ the right store? If our way is the right way of
being enacted into laws. A man'

Laney preambled his speechby future actions fce I Fine Goods, 6 for $125. :
can only judged by !

adverting the fact there were his; past, and since Mr. Myen had 100 Bed Spreads at 75c, 90c and $1.15 selling goods.

4 UK torch light procession, band, free i "
always shown a preference for cast- frame -
with
Mosquito Canopies
t berr etc.. used by the mau: whose 1 !
lug his vote for corporate: money
candidacy he was advocating, but in $1.25 to $1.75.
i
powers, was it not reasonable that in MEYER SHOE CO.
the absence of all that: Mr. Beard ) i ,
j l these cases the vote would be cast | Made Bars at 50 to 75c. : ;
would certainly surprisesomepeople
i directly opposite to the peoples' ins Bobbinet Bars $1.90 to $5.50. ,
t h when the re-ult of next TuosJay: : be- tere-ts. Feet FuruMier! for Ca h 0111,.

I cain known. The oillce for whichhe ,I .
Then Mr. Beard began a comparison I 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
,
upird was the people's (office ,
of the "true" and untrue" rec- ,
'
and not of any one man. If the I' YOURS TO PLEASE,
'
'ord Myers.. What is claimed as
t people waned to fill that office, the (, :
the "untrue record," he was its edi W fMrw Vri
,
first within their gift, by a good i
': tor. His! name: had appeared on all i & i
% man, no better democratic selection JDtlliam l ( ( ( loljiu-on 011.
: ,
+kjl could be made than in the person of with a probable exception of 25, ( i BigClearance Sale Z

i I i which by an inadvertence, had got : '

nhia John I'). Beard, who, from his past ten out of his oifice. He recited the =-:-=-=-:-=-=-:::===:::.:..:=:::::::::-=-==:.::=-=-==::::::::::- =--.. -_::::::.:.:......'
IS Ol KnShirt
work fcr and connection with the -
t introductory page of the "true rec- --
dfIIIQcraticrty; was better known
t ord," edited by Hon; W. A. Blount, c if charge. This claim caused much I Illllu ONE OF MYERS' VOTES
in Florida than either of lm other .fate' Waist.
J. C. Avery and attested by :Secretary i ement. .
I two opponents. AGAINST WORKINCMEN
John Denham. "Mr. Deuhatn Mr. Beard closed his speech by
Mr. Beard began his talk at 8::>.J
'l would attest an ration from De- a L king the votes of cambia House Bill No. 225. A bill to be en- .<.< DEPARTMENT, .et..et.
o'clock and for hours
nearly two .
ti tied "An Act
raosthenes if Mr. Blount or Mr. county: Should:; he go to congress! ,. requiring employersto
kept the large crowd close with! him, I give cause of discharge in writingto
I II 'Avery said so," said Mr. Beard, I t le would go untrammeled, free aud i MONDAY and TUESDAY
and frequent wa the :applaue.Wli agents or employes when dischargedif
which caused ;great laughter and app i under no obligation i '
11
I Wlin the new Third district was requested to do so. Mr. Myers (
lau-e. The crowd cheered at the conclud- ;,voted against this bill and it was o-AX-0 ?
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IJ n.riii KIIODKVii.i, I remarks. l I killed in the senate.


L I I l'rcl\IIII' I.lf Proper(IflllS.Veil h'oitil fur Mu- .ord" certain points, among whichwas rec"i ng If a Man_ -Lie----to You, I (Senate Journal 1901, page 1369.) L.L FRIEDMAN & GO'S.' $:

; senate bill No. 132: to prevent And say some other salve, ointment, I

( Ilho-ies in his late will left a wrongful combination against workingmen I otion, oil or alleged healer is as good -
I t)" iUb-t of $liitiuO for the improvement I B\ cklen's Arnica Salve, tell him EXECUTIVE -...
of the huh table: for rc-ideut and to puni-h ame. The ji j is I 100 LADIES't1'AISTSworth: VnTic; .
of marvelous cures ofj
35
Fellow and tiny years I I'nes .. ... .. . .. c each
tutor at Oriel College: : Felons $1 00. all to jro at .. .... ..
Oxford. i sole object of the bill was to break ] Burns, Boils, Corns, COMMITTE MEETING ..;
'lcers Cuts Scalds Bruises and Skin ..
"I am rejoiced tn find tint one up labor unions in Florida, and Mr. i) Eruptions prove it's the best; and 100 J.ADIES''AI, worth $1.00, 11.25:!; 50"

p i millionaire; tn the tus question at l.it of given dietetics somethought Myers supported it. The entire bill j:, heapest. 25 cents atV.. A. D'.U $1 I V) and $1! 75; each all to go at...... .. each

h In educational institution," .ol .ol ONE LOT OFLadies' ,< ,*
Cad"tauton: in the :New''
members of the Democratic Execu-
York Journal.: : wholly against laboring men

"Or.H o( the crying evil* in our and directly favoring the money I BAY tive committee, and in the ab-euce
td of the chairman from the ameetingof \lite Duck nod Skirls
,!i t the schools bid,sy-ttm colleges employed and universities in feeding+ i is power. The bill wa killed EXCURSIONSUNDAY said committee county hereby Pipe

growing by and girls. however, through the efforts of called to meet at the ollice of Hon. Slightly Soiled I worth $LIu.s1) ) :; and $15o, .
I
I1 ">tiiJfiit"' above all other elates, 50c
need jilt-nty of Rood, well-cooked Senator Yaneey, who received from T. McCullagh in the court house all I to go at. . : . :. each ..

f find J 1:1 state of mind ID annex at s o'clock p. m., Saturday. <<
an happy anticipation S. B. A. No. 1 of 1'en..aco1'ote: of There will be an excursion. Sunday
;'' of their various m<>al"ypepii -. I July 12. Bu-iues of importance will
i i'r is one rf the common tlunks.: (mthe lighter: Sidney, towed by a I be transacted. YOURS ANXIOUS TO PLEASE,

y di"' -
) teamer to the Life Having Station.| DAN Mi'Rpirv.
,t ; andthefoutidationforthlprevalent L. FRIEDMAN & CO.
"' ilinent !i" laid in our c.lingn i and Myers had voted for the furtherance'': ]I eaving Palafox wharf at 2u: p. m. i iud i Sec. Co. Ex. C Ir.

-.lIlinHi. or what uvul H -------- -
ascieucPphlhisplit' of the and against the .
le.)l'e of money power returning at Gw: leaving plenty !
t"t c.ll Know art For OVf'r \'
Sixty: ears
and gnvern111rntwheit health i- ".eri people, all of which caused many in (>f time for surf bathing and to eat I Ii Nmm1 W! WMI/
MRS. WlNSLOW'S i4.OTat\fi 1'o'Kl'P ba
: li, Uu-lyllUdeIIl1IleJ"i
audience
the think
large to seriously
:
j fish i chowder the beach. Fare. 35 ;
on ,
All tlucome" from I ignorance as to been used! for over sixty years by miilionso!

a'' ., the kind "f f ....1 element the body of how the ballot would be cart ,cents: round, trip. JOEKKEU, j mothers for their children while tft-tUlnn

'1 } I' mu-tt have t., supply! the rfaily Tuesday. Manager. with softens perfect the gumsalla\3 success ltioo'b'9 all pain,cures the child wend Thos. C. Watson & Co.,

111"fmm brain work. T.acou; __ I colic. and Is the best remedy .foi I'mrrhona the leading Real Estate Agents take \o Ifilefil'it .
i meat, potitoewhite bread and coffee Touching upon the insanity It will relieve the poor little sutT-rf-r tmmedlately. ;
? all toe oil the shoulders of the
worry
Hold by Druggists in i-vpry part
absolutely) will not k..11 a hard divorce bill, now favored Mr. HORSE SHOEING. i the
of
by of the world. TWl'nt"nv" cents; a bottle.Be owners property, manage;
t' l-raiu worker well. A food expertperfected Mr. A. L. Woolen, who i* well sure you ask for"Mrs.Window's Huotb- renting of their houses! and the collection 1 '
;
I'
he showed
that when Mr. '
I II a perfect food for brainworker ; Avery ing }'rup; and take no other kind
I known: in this city as the best practical I of their rents as conscientiously C-y a
I It Avery was: a member of a commi-*- j hor-e-hoer the is -- -- ---- as! they would themselves.) null '
Nottiuly in tieicliooU! hut in the 1: in city. now ,III
\ !home ..hould the food b.. looked aft..r.Th..Ili'C..lt ion from Florida to confer with :I, : charge of our shoe stop at J. M.Howell |I Their charges are very reasonable.:
l = old stand, where he will 1 .
'>1.electingfoaltosup- similar commi-s-iocs from other i b
+I ply proper nutrition to replace\ the |je pleased to wee his many friends. aa
i duly wat of tilie of brain: andiierve states to recommend after examination fel'II/EK i KlKKI'ATKK h. I ASK YOUR GROCER FUR Hotel Camden

t I. of the B'reiteit: importance.SripeNuis of certain acts, the divorce law llj] -V. j i U R sTAUANTIAI AI
1 s'
< ( ithe iJcal food for Crab and ( VMDKN, ALAIJX.MA:
L younc wit.1 ohl w ho u-e tin brain: actively came under the commis-kw's scrn- net fishing |I

kI pi;rfectly the dl.'tte developed of tilt jTMIIit and "the being tiny and they: recommended a tackle,I to suit everybody, at Is Now Open to the Public, .till..

stucco trin-Iormeil into scrape u.pr; uniform haw: which was defeated so I(the Willis Hardware Co's. t M.
in the ino-t perfect n1aUUer.In ---- under the management of
I a
that the insanity divorce bill mightbe
; tins condition. lira: ; .>-NuU i isready ICE-COLD WATEKMKLOXd: AT DAILY MENUS %
i i to b" quickly absorbed into enacted into law. C::
THE GARFIELD ICE CO'S.sl'ICI .
MRS. S. MIMS ...
the! tiloo.l Hll-i tl--U Without t <\lllg : 5
: all '
1 Mr. Beard had examined tte senate Comprise the Up-to.
r the iiite-tinal ilue"' tive machinery.Th .
.
r S ph t-pliate of potash found in journal itt search of something : \I. ?1 \TI-l: 's SAI.K: of Pensacola, Florida.: Date Di*lies trw Mar- gj -
the cereal* I* retained, and this: with kets of the World "
:against Lriuur: but could find uotl.- Kirtue of a decree rendered by the gj
albumen, sup;lies the element! required : H ;;' t to luiild the gray matter: in ing to criticize. Lamar wau rood L'4. Court of the First Judicial ( trrull of
"."rld" in and for ),.& alullla county iaLiiani I __ AAa
brain and ni rcenter.- By the Day, Week or Month
ry'iltlogtnacertalneaucapeadmginaid
him thEre
attorney-general. Keep
i Dr. Max: (Jro-z.n; : 'in of New YOlk court wherein Lucy Hncli Is com-
I City recently called the attention ofthe'Board and end me to congress. Myers was piaiimnt. and(..,:arige L('OOkt'.JoRnIU\- I I Table Furnished with the Best the Ladies' Private w
Morn Karai administrator of theestatt
f n r Market Affords.
>> rjuc.ttioii to the fact
it i not a friend to the democratic peopleand oi I..wl< Heardccea-ed John K (,utl- I t
fr that "pupil* of tho defective cltss menu Wm. A. Blount. I.IOak Distillery
tY are apt h' be weak physically.: Temporary Lamar: must be kl:':'t at home. Lo. .turpuration, and J. M. PfcltTer and C.'I.Jonesasexecutoriof I ASIMPIEAND EMECTlVt PflEPAIitTlONTHAT Public Patronage Solicited. Dining Parlor.** 2
the last will and
ti libcrratiou* artt often mi-tak I
..f
Mr. Beard then a sensationby tvtnnivnl of Anna Nxaur, deceased aredcffmUats. CANBEUSED WITHOUT COOKING '
sprung 11 Free : R'1om
for real defect. when Sample -
they are .
en I will expose loral 4 i only ymptom* of physical growth, stating that Flakier, the multimillionaire high-t bidder for cashi at public outcry at cIS tpEAt. a OF atwI
uidigf .il idles. Iudi h" county court house door in the city otlVu 1 I. Sunday Rates Made to Traveling ,
of / >tiou or outer m : Regular Dinner :
'aouln. Iud Kicambia county during Daily. ?
was very anxious to I ; Men.
I ''lion habeen >ou-ble; for 'I
':e re-j: the 1'iral boor of sale on Monday the 1 s I I '
more than one fal-ehood, and its: cute, "secure" the congressman from the four-h day of Auzu-t. A. P.le r!. the fullowir.f -- -- n ___ ___ ... ,
J taoften been follrywed: by a return dcnhPd real etatesituated, lying ard. 1 ..,
.
third district.: He showed how the l-tug in trambia County. Florida to- it: Short Orders
I ( to truthfulues- \\ 3 of lot :.-', block I*. Old City of P..o.a- GRAND EXCURSION. Promptly|.
In its predigested form, the daily Press of this city had been forced to o.,la. fronting il')feet more or le.., on Government I t Fllletl. Night or Hay QIi
street by a depth of I''if.-et. moreortri ,
for the
of
USB Orape-Xuts : c..rt'Jlput"f A.
;I Myer, and out the between parallel lines, and arpentlot ,
support gave
3 the meal, aid digestion; nourishes 4', Miackelford: Plan. In the said city of m.
the tvidy. tones up the nervous: ;sy-. tartlmg information that the plantof IVn-aeola.! which embrace IoU 1, ?'.:(, 4 and It HomttJilngOo'ifl 'o Eat pi'
1 i tern and quickens the mental faculties "i in block 11. >ew City tract all accoidmg Starchon von .lab. yoa'll :'.,Q ,: at _>
1 that paper is under mortgage: of to map of said.. city copyrighted by T. t'alOl1ln : The Best Laundry .
t r ;:
\\ l -*I except the said arpent lot
t C'otlee should also: bi banished fill $15,150 to John T. Dismuke, president 4'.,'iiackelford Plan.af'Jresllld. Term.cashparcttastr the Market. Nick Apostle's Jj;
to : for titles.
; it unnaturally "timulutthl' brain I pray .
i r that of the First National Bank cf ":. KKKGGS. To Mobile and New Orleans Monday I
I and nerveo proper nutrition Special Mailer in Chancery NO BOILING NECESSARY.The !, Popular Restaurant. 5JUIIBIAIJBll >
td is interfered with and they cannot:; St. Augustine, who is Flagler's y1. oawlwGOVERNOR'S July 11th, leaving Union Depot ,..
'! get riitllcieut CP-t to take the food I Monday morning at II:30 o'clock tiJii
needed for the work they must do I financial agent. The plant would : ISLAND, N. Y. only Starch Manufactured sharp. Fare for round trip: To \:'

1i 4 from day to day. For the morning:: bring about $3,00at'a forced sale 2.-sealed proposals in the South, t Mobile, 1.50j; to New Orleans, $too. : \Iti1JVbULV11 )l..tiI
t c beverage, Po-tum Food CotIeeshoulJ in triplicate for furnishing forage j From Cantonment and Century sameI )
If be used m place of coffee. and the fallacy of securing mortgages aud straw required in Dept. of Help Build up a I Pensacola.!' A special rate will be I cc -'-

s Let the daily breakfast, particularly -: or loans! for five times the the East, during year ending June made from Milton to Pensacola to will repair your watches &"-*
t at this time of the year: consist 30,1W3, will be received here and at SOUTHERN INDUSTRY. connect with this! excursion. Re- in first-class J '
ofOrape-Xuts and cream, a little;i value of anything was apparent. places indicated in instructions! issued turning leave New Orleans Wednesday !Jewelry style.

1 fruit, a cup of Postum Food Coffee,,,1 This statement was received with alli ; hereunder, until 12 m., August I morning at 11:30 o'clock and Stephens.
,i some whole wheat bread and posM-; 7, 19U2.: U. S. reserves! the right to Mobile Wednesday afternoon at 4
ii k bly one or two soft-boiled eggs. It I I i sorts of expressions by the crowd. reject or accept any or all proposalsor : t .o'clock. Coffee and refreshments by buy in I

impossible to make one believe: what t: The speaker followed up the above any part thereof. Information I will be served on train returning SatreIoney
l. a wonderful change in health, furnished on application. Envelopes ,i j Purchase tickets at ticket office. your furniture I
f ; strength, comfort and ability comes:;; ( assertion by stating that thousandsof containing proposals! will be en I Lay the dust. You can luijj For further information apply to at Marston $ Qaina's ,

ia ten days after quitting wrong food: copies of the Press had been sent dorsed "Proposals: for Forage and j' garden hose at the WillisIfardware ROBT. KING or Great Furniture Emporium !
and living on scientifically selected : StrawatJOHXSDIP,(l' P. THOMAS,
food. I into every corner of the district free. A. Q. M. G. 10j4t4oi2t \ Co. Excursion Managers !

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