The daily news
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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: July 14, 1902
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
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- 37. ___=- PENSACOLA, FLORIDA MONDAY AFTERNOON JULY 14.1902 NO 47 i !1 !: !., i tryOL. I Ii:! -,:i I

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AND THE FACTS .. !, '. ,j I, ,
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GLOOM -- STOP IT ;I, i I !

AND DESPAIR Where a person! does an act, he is -- ARE INVITED TO ATTEND A i ; :

presumed to have intended that the Watch and wait for the manufac- I i .1 :. :

natural and ordinary results of his raters outlet sale of men's, boys' andhildren's ; '., ) i'
act ould follow-American and I ; I I
clothlp .
From Mine 105 Bodies Have Been I English Encyclopaedia: of Law. Wednesday;, July Sale 16. commences RALLY'; t I : i

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Owing to the dullness in the
Taken. State Democratic Executive Com wholesale clothing market one of ; iH !

mittee, Philadelphia's largest clothing's I : :

I Jacksonville, Fla., July 10. 1902.I nannfactnrers' consigned to us I I IN THE i I ;. ., II 1
I I Editor Peusacola Journal, Pensacola, Fla.: forty-eight case; of clothing to be I;
Dear Hir:-On my return to my retailed at half manufacturers' i iL

n'v!': News. I! office this morning I found your teleram Writes a day. It off will to attend pay you this to take "' .I'{ t tl
July 12.-One hunt TRUCK DRIVERS big :
of the bill as follows: "If
sale of clothing at prices never |
.i>iLOW dead from Ecambia committee changes qualification known before in the history of Pen- PLAZA L TONIGHT i .:

m at the rolling mill) of voters in primary as! provided sacola. Thp order is "Sell Them,"! 1 i

.: ,u :Steel: company. It: QUIT WORK by state committee would it and "Sell Them Quick!'"' So here j
i hey go. Clothing prices paralyzed: I ;
I n.dt this record will i I'; i
I; not be possible to have primary vote 10 cases! men's blue and brown i iI

.. great extent, and in thrown out? Answer quick, our ex Linen Suits, made with belt strap: : : t : 1 i 1

?, ted the list will ex.ngs. Special to "The Daily News: I pense." all retailers thoroughly at S3.50.shrunk Our price; sold, per by mot suit I i at 8 o'clock, under the auspices of l \ : ;t : ; :
In to this I will that I
reply state
Chicago! July 12.-Members of the I #.OO., :
: which it was Truck Drlrera' union as Individuals cannot say what the committee will. 7 cases Men's and Youths'; light i':' .

r yesterday were la sympathy with the striking reign I do when they meet here on the nth Flannel Suits, just the kind for im ; ;; ,11
,:. ,; by a searching handlers, refused to haul freight this inst. to canvass the vote, but think it mediate use. Worth $5 00; our price, THE DEMOCRATIC LEAGUE ;

i...ht At 3 'oclock morning and every freight house In possible! that they may refuse to receive per 3 cases suit, ytc.men's blue Middlesex Flannel : f:

." !barred and mutllat-! the city was closed up. the vote from or iscA3iniA: COUNTY. i f i:
any county Suits, sizes 33 to 46-the suit you .
? urns were brought The men took out their wagons as where the rules of the state committee pay if 10 for. Our price,$5 80. t : ,
i the pit mouth anli usual In many instances, only to drive 14 cases men's durable Pants; assorted I
have not been complied with in i Senator S. R. Mallory Mr. Scott M. !
( "*'," The bodies were them to the warehouses and block the styles;all go at 6)c. : il
No. 6, I all essential particulars. 75 men's Pongee Silk Coats !"a
r.l of right entrances and exits. Fully 100 drivers and
: .. .- ':.<: explosion oc-' went in this way to the freight' hour I regret: that I was! not here to reply Vests, worth $I 50; sale price, $!.!)O'I Mr. Henry C. Clopton s I I. '. l;

-. '., were all lying far of the Illinois Central thiS morning. I to your message promptly, but All Clerical-cut coats and vests
half price, namely: $10.00 garments! And Other Prominent Speakers will Make Addresses. ::1' i
ani T hey backed their my absence was! unavoidable. !
r a i 'he explosion teams alongside t3 I for $5 (10; $8 50 garments for $!.2i>; 1:
.. :.' heading will bo other platforms and proceeded to welt Yours very truly, 55.00 garments for J2.30. '\ ,

,,:'llO\.IOll: :> aSc8. They chatted and smoked, but would { AKTHCRT. WILLIAMS, 3 cases nien's fine Worsted pants, Ladies Specially Invited. 1;

,'ted during! :: the !i handle no freight Most of the truck !!'Chairman State Democratic Execui broken sizes, worth from $3.UO to !l

-!>:ul. Tht'o men who visited the depots were fro i I live Committee. $5 00. Take your choice for $1.60. I j -- --=0 }!
,- :ri? m'n"S! that I J Jmil. South Water street, where vegetables. I 5 cases men's Silk Vests, about 30 !
styles to select from, ill the I
none |
.'- \- -tf'r.by i fruit! butter, eggs, poultry and the I I j "Any negro can vote in this primary lot worth less than $4, .;;)c., S5c., $I j W. A. BLOUNT'SOPEN 'IiI t

':. !:1tOilnlJttt'r+ I like are dealt in by wholesalers. I i \ if he goes to the polls! and swearsI Hundreds of men's Alpaca Coa i
.: ,I' ynl'lion. Canal street, which leads to the and Vests, some worth $500; t ej i}
j j hb voted the democratic: ticket. ]II
n' ; f pit ns'iuth to- warehouse of the Burlington road, wasi your choice for !5+)c. |
.' ,".: ,sis; tUt tv! ..v i i ibith again blocked this morning, a double I1 I! am going to vote and nobody wil 1 A Word to Mothers-We will limp I 1'j;

:. : : to the rgl it ''I 1 line of trucks extending from Adams: II I! stop me." Alleged Statement o( ly !give away four cases of Boy I I LETTER .i II
| John Burns All-V'ool Knee Pants, worth 5uc.
I. tt.: Klondike l.ad' to Polk streets: a distance five j.. j
.. I to : a pair-at lOco a pair while !
duntg the n'gMj'! : | blocks. Several big firms after listen I they last. I Iii
.ai-+ of any d .ad .>r i i ini? to the expressions fear fromI Ij i Escambia county's vote in the AU 25 dozen blue and black Serge '_ i!

.we x '.-, 'oimJ It Is ai'-i I their drivers decided not to send their 1 primary will not be thrown out. Knee Pants, worth 85c to 11.00, all togo '
'w 'n',ht hasp ratt.lr.1 tucks out at all today. ?t lc. per pair. TO HIS FRIENDS ; r
Tu-usands, : cf Boys' Knee PantSuits i .
'. nuts !In '.!I.,' r fligl t'\ l'i'>! ''' guards at all of the depotsi'v
I' JULY TERM OF sizes! 6 to 15, at less than half "
f ,. v.b"h tolloweii !
ftin. < reinforced this
"f morning by the the price you have been paying for I ,' i:
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i.,' nl 'Lret' SilM' illllbci! tlf bringing in of more men from the out the same !suits.ksIt ,.
iatal l Inf: ...:.v..f tht gas. lung districts. The policemen stand will merchants to attend I
July 14,1902.
'ta!.y funerals: *!!' lain place tn. m I pairs to increase their efficiency anl ,, this! Big Sale: a radius of 300 ; Ii

to.*' IIc1o'UI."r) m Jifcn, .ti'\\u bar + in order to protect each other against II j II I -- miles. Mail orders promptly at To my Friends: LEON COUNTY

..*r.y on b.lt tam,!.S as he <'an we1rr l sudden assault. I{ tended. It has! come to my knowledge that :' ,
1 I The July term of the crimina Remember, this sale: begins Wed .
At the headquarters of the Tea m- nesday morning, July 16th. some persons are endeavoring to organize LINING UP STRONG : J d I
s. wcrmal" at the mine ofjo sters' union it was said that 8,000 j j court convened this morning at 10 THE "M.&O." CLOTHING STORK, a movement by which those : _
\ l' :: -, .t b>' reath.t'101!! i teamsters were out. This, it was o'clock A. C. Blount 323 South Pdlafox Street, opposite i
"' '. ..,. I are foreigner?I. said, left less than 200 then at work, i j Judge presid City park. electors voting for W. B. Lamar for FOR GEN. LAMAR i ;{ I : I

"' it-. : ,t 1.orl1l'; '! T. Roblu- and these, it was stated, would drop | ing Your money back by asking, if Congress! and for the local candidates :

I i ot men have been their reins as soon as word could begotten John August Johnsen and George goods are not found as. advertised. of the Democratic League, t. I : I I
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th mine, where'I.1 to them. The addition of thteamstt'rs o ; Martin Petersen renounced al'egi Special to The Daily Sews ..rj.:. ; ;
from their !
omitlmy| name tick-
fire damp and brings the total of men on 1 INCREASED VALUE OF
ance to the king of Norway and Tallahassee,J 1}. Evidences of t
i off! were caught strike to about 16.000. ets for the purpose of making uiy nly J I

I Sweden, and Christ Marasalis renounced j jI vote as! small as possible, and thus, Flagler'a money on the streets of. '
'"r.t George T. Rob- all allegiance to the king o; RAILROAD jI 't !I !
''at the mine would THIS THIEF PROPERTYI I ainonj other things demopstrating! Tallahassee has disgusted the beet"citizens I' ;

L r by Monday He I Greece, and all were given naturalization !- I f that Hon. S. R. candidatefor :
.. ;I I Mallory, of Leon and they i
t been the slighte"tI : American I' '
WAS BRAZEN papers becoming Special to The Daily Sews United States Senate, who is \
1t since the originit i citizsns.: are lining up strong this morning for !
Tallahassee, July 11.-The books .
Thursday. Tspreially he unopposed, h the candidate of the 1 : I

: r> the sec After these papers! were ordered in the comptroller's office show that whole county, while I, also unop- General Lamar. I ; i ii I t'

h: .iike! always con- Several: dwellings! of colored people : issued, the court was! adjourned the aggregate valuation of railroads I. posed, am able to be the candidate of The excellent Lamar organization -; i:

I not exist in dan ware entered until o'clock i i ;\ .1
early this
yesterday afternoon to give and telegraph lines last is ; '
r' TIhe. said and to year wa only faction, showing good work Three-fourths ,. : :
morning by a negro described as being the solicitor an opportunity to look I I
819,645,012.11, and that the
fome one must ha.et aggregate I cannot believe that any large of the business men of Tallahassee 't i
MS to lights. very tall and black who was seen into causes on the docket and file 1 in valuation of railroads and telegraph -
number of voters! will follow in sucha
Robinson strong! by several parties formations. today are supporting General La- t : : i i
lines so far assessed this is
-.t .!')hn town rescue I year path, but some of my friends have
The houses entered were those of The docket is not a heavy one, as $20te7u54.91: ( an increase of J44144277 mar. : ii ; i'
1 -: \ In saving the lives I ,- suggested that in order that no such i ; ; ':

'.. tt! men. "" 'b'n we JeflHteiner, ICtil North Tarragona; nearly all prisoners! who were ar-I to which should be added disparity shall exist, many of my Advice!! received here this morn t 1 i i r 't i I '

:.1'11 Into the mine," Lawson Mallory, 1004 Xorth Tarragona i- I rested during the vacation preferred about J2'X,000.00 for railroads not yet adherents have determined to omitMr.lIallory' ing indicate that General Lamar will ; ,:: t
i ">II"!taking knew our what lives was la ; T. H. Hogan 213 East De to plead guilty and thus! cut ofthe a assessed, but which will be included name from their bal- sweep the field tomorrow and win in ,'I I: l;!I I I

'urs'. The doctorsour Soto, and others, being seen in t portion of the imprisonment term. ia the assessment when completed. ;. '
lots. This they would do without the first primary. !
last two houses. I I ;: :
wed lead without At the Mallory Ii
.. MOONLIGHT! EXCURSION"WEDNESDAY any feeling against Mr. Mallory, but t. "
:: )[ home the I Vote fur LiK DANIIILL for
negro\ was disturbed, and II
inspector J. T. Vans Count Commissioner. lIi..lulIc.ulltll.tiun merely for the purpose of oil-setting '
when he saw that he was caught, I } NICHT OOURTMARTIAlAT .j 1 ; i1t}
tiMuth at 8 o'clock thh'f \\ith tliecommereialand : the ballots from which my name .f'
he was Joined b) lay down on a bed and made as if industrial aihanoemeiit ofjouriitj / '
I should be omitted. .
lames R RoJerickft he was sleeping. The noise made by anil county eminently The steamer Enterprise will take THE NAVY YARD II
I write for the of
earnestly .
.- nieht. At 9 o'clock him awakened one of the occupantswho litI I liini for the duties of the office. excursionists! to the Life Having.Station 'I purpose J t ; i: "!
t We' were 16 bodies lerxvur ft Wednesday nightleaving fata-
requesting that this be not done o j'
He is by
called loudly to the a man of the people fox wharf :
at 7:3U o'clock of
stranger, Plenty .
A general court martial to and i L
'! who darted anil \\HlKiiard; well the interests time for surf bathing and to eat fish j[ any person friendly to me. I am try z
one of the re 5 through an win I I.
I. t hItS made many trips dow. open of the tax: pa,t'fi'o. A tote for I. chowder on the beach. Round trip, I.I 'I sure that Mr. Mallory would not fora to pass! judgment on two deserters '! :.
35 cents. Returning, the boat will
him means a title for a pro; rt'i'oI from the Alabama t "
Is battleship was :
, i oofident that there reach the city at 11 o'clock.J. moment countenance such a planas :
bodies in the mine anJ I He did the same thing at the 'itenqre entatiteouthebuard. E. REED, Manager. that mentioned, and he, being convened at the navy yard at 10( I ,

'f d.ad! ; will: be greatly Steiner home bat when discovered, I I.I t II
o'clock this morning. : t_ '
\ number of rooms hue JOINT MEETING OF without opposition, h entitled to the i
.. dropped on a bed where some children MYERS THINKS ANY OLD i' -
; The court is made of Ii
-ud In these Dr. Tax /' fullest expression of confidence by up i; i' r
. <' bodies, to be founI were sleeping. The "opossumact" I: THING BUSINESS ORGANIZATIONS president Lieutenants Le- t
WILL DO THE PEOPLE the people of the county, no matter ; j I r i
'-1i"6! Is li'S. Of those did not "go" with Steiner, who :
.I.4 Mi.ir.orUl!! hospital three fired a sugar bowl at the fellow when Senate Bill 61. A Bill to be en what may be the result to me of the june, Herbert and James, Dr. Ross 1 j i I : i f !t ":

1'h! :' brirjjrs the dead BOI he titled "An Act to compel railroad A joint meeting of the Chamber of efforts of my opponents. and Paymaster Balthis. \ ,-
a' started
'o ill In the Memorial to run. companies to construct and provides Commerce and Young Men's Business W. A, BLOt'NT The prisoners are negroes, one of q i : : .
'" are till 145 T. H. Doby, a negro preacher, w: suitable League is called to be held .
>ti| patients accommodations for on whom i is Archie Toney, from Pensa- J d 1 !;
., 'a' >f 12*> living and dead found about an hour afterwards in passengers at the stations on their Thursday evening, July 17, at 7 t j ; t.f \I
", MR. MYERS NOT VOTING. cola. They deserted from the Ala. 1 i I : :)
the j.;
t"". brought out of the neighborhood with his shoesin lines of roads On the passage of o'clock, to consider and act upon the

I '. ". his hand. He was! reported and this bill Mr. Myers voted NO. (Senate report of the joint quarantine investigating bama and remained: away until Jan II,I ; 'f H;fi

t.,|*.* ."nt try tr>at noon mad the p os at noon was arrested at the depot on Journal 1893). 22june2t committee. All members House Bill 215, Page 1077, A bill to when they gave themselves up too i I' + i I J ;

,'- -was tdt'ad(thp1s'iated and Press suspicion. His case was allowed to of both bodies who can possibly do be entitled, "An act In relation to stand trial. They have been con l. ;! f' !l

:'til, '*nr Af the 114 1 in go over until Wednesday morning. Furniture, go so are urged to attend. insurance fined at the navy yard In "the brig" 4 ; '' J'.;
latter companies In this '
: may die as If f YOR \Valli t state'1 1'
tI .'. W. A. BLOUNT, !
.:, njer of pneumonia set- For Over Sixty Yean. to PRYOR'S.Elegant President Chamber of Commerce.J. (The bill became a law and makes ever since, and are likely to receive .f j
MRS. \VissLow'3 SOOTHise STBUP bbeen _. R. KELLER, insurance companies, when Judgmentis long Imprisonment terms for their ,. t:z.: .. \I

I. ..1'.1XD DANCE AT mothers tiled for for their over children itxty yeas while by millions teethlnr china closets, President Young Men's BuinesilLea against them, pay the attorney's breach of discipline. : t

:. \ \ '. KLl FFTHCRSDAi t. with perfect success. It soothes the child, sideboards and leather- ue. I. .'
fees of other side. Mr. did
softens the gamsnyi all pathcares wind ) Myers Two Bottles Cured HIm.r I f. ,
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chairs at MarstonQuina's.
IfIXOATSSWAXDIX: :; colic and Is the best remedy for Diarrhoea. seat $ not vote. 28june1w
.. \ RETURNS It will relieve the poor little sufferer immediately. Low prices CONCERT AND DANCE AT "I was troubled with kidney complaint I t. I
AT Sold ; easy
by Druggists In every part f
T :> _s CENTS, AWATERIIELONSA T o(the world. Twenty-fly cents a bottle MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY Cleaning ladles skirts and waists for about two rears," writes A, "
Be sure you" ask (or"Mrs.Winslow's Boothng : payments. NIGHT. TRAINS AT 8, 8:30 AND H. Davis, of Mt. Sterling la. "but two '
is of Star
syrup and take no other kind. one car specialties. Laun
bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure effected I''
Garden hose at the Willis dry.
T ICE-COLD WATERMELONS AT 11:50. TICKETS 25 CENTS, AT permanent cure." Sold by W. A.

:,D ICE CO'6. THE GARFIELD ICE CO'S. Hardware Co's. DEPOT. Try THE NEWS Want Column. D'Alemberte 121 South Palalot eteel 1f : I

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__ THE DAILY NEWS..-. :_ PEN8ACOLA'. ,.' w. %-_v c.ese=*M.,.> FLORIDA J&,.i5 MONDAY W%...- "JULY_. 14-. 1902r


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I of Prince Bit--
Alleged Grandnephew
( Person
>CJC>O >UXJt marek Locked in Toombs. ,

!1JCJC NTR KITCBEje ARRIVES Tells Another New York. July 12.-Locked up in The liniment bottle and flannel strip are1aiiliar

the Toombs, charged with burglary IL
I objects in nearly every hou h01d.
iTo BOSTON the third degree, is a young man who They are the that have been used for
NEW YORK Hero of South Afrieian Cam- weapons
ABOUT claims to be Karl ton Bismarck. a
generations to fight old Rheumatism and
I AJSD ALL I paign Beaches Home. : i grandnephew of the great German I, about as effective in the battle with this giant are .
_ / EASTERN RESORTS That's Why Its Sftl I* Ucrt U( M Rsp417S >
statement as to (
chancellor.! If i disease as the blunderbuss of our forefathers t

r/. tn.-. \ US WELCOMED BY THOUSANDS. *there aut be s..tblar identity! is confirmed, he probably will! I would be in modern warfare. :.i
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t w.JOCEAS.5TEA.'tSHIP to Merit After All. be paroled or released under suspended I Rheumatism is caused by an acid, sour 'I.d I I

COMPANY: J Gen- sentence. i condition of the blood. It is filled with acrid, irritating: matter that! '
at Southamption : "
4 : Upon Landing Fair minded people always admit it se
Bismarck is charged with in the "'
Karl von joints muscles and and linizerts
L.j\\ J\TESt FLk1( ( kI( E .* when they 2nd an article of merit. If i nerves, and :.is c r o..'
.50 Ho*** of Ocean Bree..a.es f. I eral! II Driven Through Decorated it has done them good they want it to I, having entered a Fifty-ninth street else applied externally can dislodge these gritty. corroding part: .:3 "jv' ;

S.nings each Week f Streets to Hartley Hall, Where Offi. help others, too. Thousands bear I apartment and appropriated tapestries, I .deposited there by the blood and can be reached only thn "g', t):. i

_ 3. J Welcome It Extended. witness to the wonderful curative which are said to have been pawned. Rubbing with liniments sometimes relieve temporarily te .

I fro Savannah Ga. i I cial (qualities Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It |I' The prisoner said he was without i pains but these are only symptoms which are liable to return Wit; ], \at1'.

3 1.:' "IaJIJ.s Gt tti.. I'walar Ltt.1JI"'ID Southampton, July 12.-Lord Kitch. is the only preparation which pos | funds and took the tapestry in order change of the weather; the real disease lies detptr. the blood .In .

14 I .ro..t.......w.-tll1.u"'. ....Perr. ....34IS.'A.f."Dtn"lla..t N: >fr'it.,0 *Hla ,' encr landed at 9:15: a. m. Ha was itively and competely diest any i iI i iI to purchase food. ; are infected. Rheumatism cannot be radically and permanently: -vstj cu :::
aJ ... ItFD .'I4Tt ''1 I good food eat If o one dis- : !
you may
PTniMii> *f 4 until the blood has been and
welcome from said It the story purified no remedy dces this .
bLffk4 Judge Newbnrger th -
.w.ab aOO so
IM 4 abort t : tjamrf..it> "> f accorded a magnificent 'putes the Jact that some other digest- >\:
_, tit ,. w lurj ; and S. S. S. It
tii neutralizes
M promptly a* the acids
wid 1 the entitle3 and sends &
After man was
a true
i -;;;-P.'s- .-:;.-.;:;; c... : ...,...; r a tug: inroLg of rople. ants partially accomplish this result. wrre young of rich 4:1:
.._,.. ..C ...... To official reception at the docks the :81' Pepsin: for instance is found in the to some consideration and assigned strong blood to the affected p..rt.w>:.h

t} a U...........,........ .......... .....1"1.10._.....rIa.I. f eral v.ke dm en through the del rat..d healthy stomach. When it is lacking, counsel to lnv stljfe the caso. dissolves and washes out all lot eign mater.*,*. _: 2\tte

fj 4 "4 D.......M..I-TlrL"---01 or"..."'" '.. _...... .. fW"'JIC""JC' and crowded streets to Hartley hal ''the patient takes p-ep>inand it helps Sttferer obtains happy relief from the tort-an-.t } ':n,

p % where h received an addrtfrun bim. But pepsin digests only album- How lit 'W.I..... S. S. S. contains no potash or other nini-4: \ttt

_ _ expressing inous foods, like meat and egg Maybe 1 A sergeant drill Instructor was endeavoring is a perfect vegetable blood punf.tr a.- -.
the chamber of commerce ) tI
1l there's plenty of pepsin and a lack to male clear to the recruits exhilarating tonic. Our physicians will ad\se. without
I I c .
admiration of the generalship resource who
: OENKKAL t'lU-;5CH SCHEDULE of the other digestants. Then it i I II be was drilling the meaning of the I I write about their case, and we will send free our special book on R: .
and skill which he bad shown in South I does no good. That's the trouble with I word rand : .l;
schedule of the that the the other preparations. They don't "smartly. its treatment. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, fiii
___ ; Following is the Africa and hoping peace i lIe walked! across the square In themanner I
I government steamer General French which be had secured would be labt- contain all the digertants. Kodol ,
the word indicates. "Xow. -- -
which TilE NEWS prints for the lag and mark the beginning of a new Dyspepsia Cure contains them all. It'' tell me how I walk?" I Sound kidneys safeguards of Rubber hose a/.v -
benefit of the merchants who! !hip digests any good food you want. You men. I I :' ", at;
to the various I epoct of prosperity and commercial don't cave to diet. The feeling of I One raw recruit Almost paralyzed the i; life. Make the kidneys healthy with
their goods army
the Willis
,_ posts: I dtvelopmeU throughout the empire.In fulne after eating hi immediately :j sergeant; l>y blurting out: II I Foley's Kidney Cure. Sold by TV. .\. \ Hardware fo.'s.

.4 4 L' L.at t'1'1I.acola .... .. _. ..... 7:00 &. In.lAoan. reply Lord Kitchener declaredi relieved by Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. :i "Bon-legged: St'reetnt.-Ct'glmcnt.. D'lembertel21SeuthPaiafox_ stree1.Ttls j Fyny-BaIaamtopqt' c
4; harraccei. T.Su a. m. that whatever success had beenachieved "Hi'ed Kixkil Dyspepsia Cure for dyspepsia HitQBicklr fcll&n uiEaT7imi : .
> .oc u
L*aT..i ficktnt .. .... ._ *:"o a. m. and it rave sue re.l..t ai once. 1 can I > xj
LEi I e ret Karraoca.... .. ..._.". ':15a.m. was due to the rank and fll? highly recommend it." E. D. WiJimson.Cerrugordo How It Happened. I You will have ,
: Lavf entacola .....?. _........ _.10:156. m.Arriret of the army. He thanked those who N-C. Cn<:tomer-Look btre! You said tbat i pride 'W1
Barraocai 11:h, a. m. and then "I bad dj'spepsla! In its wont form and felt flower garden if they \ ,,r .
!f mair a trip to lorOlcKee and ttieu re- had looked after the friends and relatives miserable! nun of the time until used 1:00.11IJJ.pt' : horse you sold tae was fast. !: own ground. Your rit1r. \ '
I ton lo llarraoca of thoj-e left behind in South sla Cure wLU-ii has completely cured 11":111'1'-\0! ; I didn't I ficnsitire: ill on every tcr: c J tte gecnfce 'ar
home and be
& i L..s.s iarranca .. .. J:I5 p. in.k mi. Mrs. W. W. Saylor. HlUard.. laxative Bromo-QuinineTbct. 3 can d : w ,:.
JAoa',1 Pickcnt .. .. ._ 1:3p.m. Afrra.Iu "You said your uian drove the horse I i though he may tJ! ::.j; '111" ..
I Lt-av" ""acola .... _. 4.: ip. in.e lesponse to clamorous calls: Gem Kodol Dyspepsia Cure to "Iltury.! twenty nii'.cs.! and ynunent the nuedjr that cures a cola la one Oj, 1 r.verwoman: wanta .'

4 Luna Arrv Hicko,, hurrancn 5..*' p. u... and:':15 maket p. m. rral l Fiench aad General Jail Hamilton Cures all Stomach:; Troubles. by train. and the bore !got there i I j 1 own,'and if !she will ;'av. : ;-w '

I trip to Mciirr and return. j also sjioke, the former remarking that Prepared only; by E.C.DEWITT& Co.,Chlcaza: I*'f lire you d.d.: )UUW.t'EUY. j Thus. C. Watson k Co.. I.

.1 t On Wfo.tne-days and :Saturdays; the i they had throughout been Inspired ti.. The $1. bottie contains SS tig.es the aOc. size.DeWITT'S "Yes. but i didn't start tl! two daysTo 1 The undersigned takes thi method leading Real Esi.ue: A,:, ',7
boat will;! leave Barranca Pick- I
; via aftn." 1 I f oflterina her services ;an show her now : .: 1
J ) : as a e.i-y: : ':
the of their chiefs.
p for Pen acola 6:30 i example: ,
f tfl4 at p. m. \\lleh nalel SALVE !3rt-clas licensed midwife haying )ne
; The General French i is for army T.,1' ireedom of the borough was con I
Cigar; For a Quarter. had 35
years; experience.
only and outsider mutt fern-d Lord Kzuhener! and A certain: cure for piles and skin diseases.
purposes any on : iiar1.
IToax\Vbat do you mean by giving Can give beet of references; from I i I Buy a new garden 'e
tjft: have take a p.*?* from the her.quartermastero who werthta obliged! l' hurry away Harzi: Pharmacy.J obn !neppard! me a cigar: like this? What did you leading phr=ician? of this city. from the Willis liar
o J
e <
parnj in ord -r to meet their London en 3. Kahn for itf -. MRS. M. GIDDEXP, 're
pay :; .
: 1 -- a I'ICents. The progress of Lord i iGirl's jltf 114 :South DeViliiers !St.
( Juas-Two for a quarter.IIoaliI I i! Company.DR.MOFFETT'S.
STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE Kit' hener and his companions to th1 Arm Crushed in Machine. I Let you kept the twents 1
4 -ailtoadtation was marked by scenes Chattanooea. July 12 -:Miss Far.ni ; cent one.-I'huIaJeiihIa: H'evtJ.Thc .

1 f J ot :,'iiiaikaMe enthusiasm Turcey: an employe he Chickama.ra ,'. j
Rftwrru 1'rni.aciil.i anil )fillcon-noal
; I Knitting mill*. had her hand cautht | Same Old Story.

: i Kutm Ilaily .:u'f'ptunday.. POWELL GETS BIG DAMAGES. between two hot rollers yesterday afternoon. J. A. Kelly relates an experience

i 4 "CITY OP TAMPA.; I : resulting! in her hand being I similar to that which has happened

I Validating/ Agent Disputed His Own crushed and several bones broken. besides I in almost every neighborhood; in the A.
I L Milton 01.:9''arn I.\-fcn-acola,1.3'pm: United States and has benn told and
Ar '"D..colK.V..tinui Ar Milton :''U wfIH"J ership of Ticket bi-inf severely burned." The machine re-told
; JC: I'.oucd trlptli I Charleston, S. C., July 12.-In the was stopped as soon as possible says: "Last by thousands summer I of had an attack He (TEETHING POWDERS)

-- -- state court a verdict for fa/'O'i has but the injuries received were severe : of dysentery and purchased a bottle of EtfE FraiiD. Ark r< ,4. -
I P.et.J. W.Bfrrrfof ArtallUl :II.II1t'dbt C'orf.ruoe.1I'TitH:) "Foe iied Hi lfifi> mtifiT wi l i''J' si
8lra..brrry 1Iiurrake.Whater been awarded Henry S. Powell, of New and intensely painful. Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and two ackaA.of TELTHINA tte wonder how w*hare raud rhi.An jw ih .1 it I' -r a. a
n'dlIs i used for shortmke I York, in a damage suit filed again t Diarrhoea Remedwhlth I used according ofln sent n.a.'.d...-..,aol it came at a most opportune amp:oar bab! wu; ia a enout D i'I l< .01
teen in bat l.tion for davs.and notlimg flat a a gatt did an; pn .1; the tn Or J d< of' tf': 1;"
it hhouM be torn apart ratb! -r .! the Atlantic Coast Line. Powell Reported Marine Disaster. to directions and with entirely r rfe-1 rvhct aDd be bu bd no tan!... Imablc. Oilier BiemWri vl lae lan.i-y Caie UMd it&i J -

than cut for a knife! U'-vd on warm I came" to Charleston on an excursion St. John. N. F.. July 12.-The Canadian satisfactory results. The trouble was t..eo a vrfect,uecee.BOYS .

l'n-ad will make It b..a\'y. A Jiire way I ticket during the exposition. When schooner Defender has come inhere controlled much quicker than former : \:1
attacks when I used other remedi .
I 1* lu roll the dough thin and butter tteidei I! he presented the return slip for validation from the Grand Banks badly dam I s. and GIRLS I SSSrr ; '
; Mr. Keely is a well-known citizen of O
> that rfi-t to :etljtT, and then pull his ownership was disputed and) aged. She was cut down by an unknown Henderson, X. C. For sale by all lug our "Blue"e! ." <" per test, commUnon on all salt-*. AD iodiFnfable: arbnusehnld : .
thru when ready to spread the a personal difficulty) took place in thd hark u.r Kvtrv lady flfllgbttd .bt-n they ttt it. One tbttt makes tl) ..iBluewater
:, apart I on the banks. It ia it .druggists and medicine dealers.Foley's you ever Used in Inc a-h. Write today btfore your territory In tbi ('
'j 4 t4t1itfhe dough cut out into hisb I j Joint agency. Powell was arrestel ported that another vessel was wrecked some one tls*. and ..e will tend by return mail, one dozen parkngeg of "Blurtl" "

3 cults luakcH nice Individual hhortcakeH i j and locked up. He entered suit for by the gale *nd that all hands onboard : Honey and Tar : tton When. lionot>'i5u bare delay sold. but them write return at onddN"M.GI.t ui(..Mr., rntnulcg the balance, 4Ur, at }*ur t: 'r

_ I r fur U"-HM-rt. The noUtl cvok, Mrs. Llnttiln ,:;II.tIlJ and when the jury took the probably perished. .\ ;. 'AMI-\C11IU.NU TO. 1>U"- C IN. linx J II. l'hila.I'1
I advooaten that way. Here is her case the majority was in favor of I II cures colds prevents pneumonia. .

I recii e: One pint of Mfted! flour one awarding the full amount. There Orangemen Celebrate. I -

S Mant half teaKXoiiful| of salt one-half was a compromise! however, on the i I Belfast Ireland, July 2.-A hundred I IF YOU ARE I I I ROYAL STANDARDS ''llLSKEii \

k 4 eauiMMinful of t-iMla, one-']uarti'r cupful legs amount. thousand Orange-men participated today ;

lit I'Uttir iiii'l one cupful of sour luilk. I Judge: Gage refused to grant a new !i in their annual celebration. The LOOKING FOR BARCAINS ,
I I IVrwtnally I piefer my shortcake Years Old, l ia Cues of I 4 Full QDirls tt t S3.2D ptr tin
i trial saying that he would have allowed police force was on duty and
I ii .netiiiiJ o little, hay half a cupful of the military confined
; | fun damage had he been a member were to their

; I rucnr H the abe iedpe.i of the jury. This is the only sut: I barracks Lilt the proceedings: up te'l, For the next ten days I will sell HIS:; VHI4REVis i dietilledat the NUonl1JL

!t Here is a recipe with bakinj; pow3w I resulting!; from the confiscation of tickets the timttI.15 dispatch was filed were" i Ky., Distillery and !It fully matured in w :

: I : One pint of flour, sifted! with a i by the joiLt validating agents. quiet., you any article now in tock at a i before bottling. His ab-olutely pure and not excelled -

I t Leaping; tI'a"IMltlllful| of bakin? powder. i I discount of 25; per cent from the re?. ia quality by any Whi-key of the same .,'f

-1 : Hub iii a le\i-l tablej.jMj.mful of butter. will no matter where produced. The Royal ritanuari
Think of
k? t Mil with about oiie-Lalf pint of milk. GERMAN GLEANINGS. Des Moines Flood Receding. nlar price. it-you is eijrht years old when bottled, and, consider,:v
> I Des Moines, July 12.-Waters j save f on a diamond ring; or pin. its; excellent quality i h the cheapest whiskey.:
: r l'o not roll but fatten out with tht In'l
; I i l.nmU to about three-quarters of anliuh I A German ir* enter is now spinningyarn both rivers is receding slowly I' where at regular price it would cot the market at that price. As a beverage and ian

r ''t thkk. Bake eighteen or twentyminutes. from peatActions no further damage from the flood! is : fUW. See:! ; you save 2-> cents on absolutely pure !>timulant there i* none better.
marks whatevu to
I' Shipped iu cases containing no
t' ., ,. against in German anticipated. Many hundreds of floodsufferers dollar's worth buy. Nowis V
d; 1 qt.. -' "" newspapers I every tzI indicate. contents.; If purchaser, upon exainii .:

4 .. : t. '"'"' .""- ."'''.. v can hereafter be brought only In will!) be dependent on charity the time to buy your diamonds or the whisker, i is not satisfied with the qualit; -

\;' .,. I' ; I'alnlrJ Floor*. I the town In which they are published. I for several weeks.A I watch or any other article in stock _ _ can return the same at our expense and m '1...

: tI, painted fluor cannot be reeommendrt I The rckbstag. has just passed law to 1 very che-lp. Call and examine will be refunded. .
I All orders should be accompanied by r
; rt without reserve. The paint wears th-it effect -
Cure For Summer Complaint. II goods. Remember thi ofler is for order, bank draftI'.
I eff) inickly. and it Is very difficult top Ten years ago ten of every seventeen ZIGIITYSARIOLD currency postoffce money I
d I :Summer complair.t is unusually prevalent (onlv ten dayNo trouble to show 1' r-- press money order. We refer to First Nat. a'L
l L k('\- the flour l.Mikins; clean. Still, that physicians lu Ilerlin did not earn more
I J. I. TEPH ENS, Hank or merchant in Pensacola.
J a floor inu'.t be well painted the FUr- than $-;..O a year and only 250; earned! among children this season.:: A goods.; any

:" farr mud t fir'-t I.*. made smooth nail more than J'J.OuO. Today the situationIs well developed case in the writer's''I 112 South Palifox street .

t" holes stud <-aiiks I.ing lillc-U with I'ut'l even worse. family was cured last week by the (I --- I S. A. FRIEDMAN

L .. timely use of Chamberlain's Colic line of umbrellas in the
i ty. Tlien % nit with the l-t rjiaint Polish clubs! and societies in Berlin The finest ..
I Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy-one'' is J. I. Stephens'. Go lookat
:- to I I..' |l'tllt'ur. .!. Tlie flijor nec-Js have been ordered by the police undtr s city at -
!of the \\if-kl patent medicines manujfattnreil them. _ .- SOLE PROPRIETOR PENSU-OLA..
V.ak.' to Urlejinid) cxery morning l>y tie of I IB I 1 penalties to use the German language and which is always kept on ,

t1 V lirixiin elv4I.Mi with! a ba:!. Then it j only nt meetings which: they may
M j any hand at the home of ye scribe. This BOX 4I$. TKLKl'IIOM-:
l\\l *!iou!
-. -.rrulIl: out of clear! warm water. Soaph"paiut. i company, who do not advertise with nukes kidneyi and blitUcr rirht. i
I J1'ntO\"t'1i tl us. hut to benefit littlp sufferers who I I : ti .A,1tDPt ,.-1 handle every class of Liquor -'.1 I IE

I False Claims. may not he within easy access of a I balk or bottle wholesale or retail. at pw...- : !a)

: $IMI mW.\IW.$1II0: The proprietors of Foley's Honey phytician. No family should be with 1 If you wish the very best iL are way down.

\ .; The reailer! II f tlii paper will he i I I and Tar do not advertise this as a out a bottle of this medicine in the I\I ice cream freezer at the very AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER.

"sure cure for consumption." They house, especially in summer time.- : ..
1 -
pleased to learn that there i Nat leatone lowest price the Willis
do not claim it will cure this dread Lansing Iowa' Journal. For sale by : ,
11 drea'leil 11i.athat !>ciencea complaint in advanced, cases but do all druggists and medicine dealers.) Hardware Co. can please ,

; t :{ been able to cure in all its, ;;tase< 'positively assert that it will cure in WICKE&CO.
Aud I i" catarrh. HallV Catarrh you.
; 'j that the earlier and fails _
I I stages never to If you want a nice present too give I I -
I C'ur* i-. II.. only p"": itive cure IH.WAiiown give comfort and relief in the worst ; a friend, go and look through the.. We will launder your spreads for

.i.- i tu tlie ineilical! fraternity;. '! cases. Foley's) Honey and "Bar is elegant: line of suitable articles 1 at 15 cents each and make them look Plumber Gas and Steam fitter
Catarrh .bejnz t-oii-titutional di
1 a
5 without doubt the greatest:; throat and J. I. tephen, you "nrely can find !1! like uw. Htar Laundry. .,
I(: i' *'*e. reiuire-.a II con titutioual tr.ltL' ,
Inns remedy. Rf'fn'e substitutesSold lomething to please you. If vou -
ment. Hall'Catarrh Cure itaken : by W. A. D'Alembcrte 121 South want anything in the Diamond fine I i Water coolers that do not
;: f internally, iietin i ;: dirtetluplln i the No. i South Palafox Street.
:, Palafox street.Foley's ,e sure to fee him before you buy. Willis
1 "*: I LlMHiaiui nuiC'iiitirface- <>f the I ____ waste ice, at the All Kinds 01 Plumbing and Gas Fitting Materials Kept on HIT ian

PylIt.i, then-by troyinjrtbe ftuindati'in I Hardware Co.'s.WEEILY .v.tvpqnJlfIC '. -W'J'5VV A. "..
it! l' fit th. JNea-o. and fcivm thepatient Honey and Tar _

-treivtli by buiKiin;: up the
1nrchlldren.safe.sure. ""
I .' !I roiistitutiou and a--i-tin I ;: nature in''I 0 ooiatt'foPocket f3 HCIIEDULl .A.

,.. L doing it. work. The proprietorshavf cutlery and scissors FOR STEAM DIVISION :M.A.: v4er-y
1 "" much faith in curative ItU 11 lrn( tare if on rrery hor'cf: the rmnl-5 .
t j- IH>WIT-. that tlu-y oiler One Hundred from the tinest to the Laxative Bromo-QuinineT.bict. PKNSACOLA KLtXTIHlCTKKMIKAKA1L.WAY
fit: IK>llar > for any ('a-.. that it fails tocure. COM PANT.Tralni SUCKPOK TO AVERY WoOLKOtK
cheapest at
t I. the Willis the remedy that rare a cold<< In one doj.The .
Send for !li-t of te-tinumial-i
J Hardware Co.RANNER leave feneacola for the LlttiKayoo. IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
i AddreK.. J. CiihNKY; : & Co., : .
Big liayou. Harrington, N nl Yar-
I', Toledo. is thewell' at
and Yort Barrancai

L )1.t I. Lr' lIld by Inuri-t} 73c. SALVE Happy Home \:!*) a.m.arrlve at Kort Barraneai :16a.r.. HARDWARE.
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ly i ,, 10-uu a.m.arrive at Fort BarraDc&l10.o 6.11
\ he most healing: aalt'j inv world furnished home. Marston 1::uo p.m.arrive at Fort Karraneai 1:4611: oIxo
: : For (.nd..n..1 Milk (an.t p.m. arrive at tort Barraneai ':161111 %
.' t\. : A 1:111'lt'UIiOU si-en at the hou<:e I Know On 'nre Kme for an ol>etina le cc..i. lu Lame It tx ny- alI'oDCASTOR1A: "voop.m. arrive at Fort Barraccai 8t6p.r i applies. Cooking; and Heating StovePaint.. Oil
,t furnl-luiu: counters is an article wbu-h with all nr ded in the way Traloi 'fiT, Fort Barrancu for rent Window Ola-s. Gun! Pistols and Fi'hinif Tackle.I .
: ..-nI'Itbt' tilplo of opening. cola at
f. L purpose
of house at the
I ) lwlJin: and pouring out a can of l'OlId..nj furnishings 7Ua.m. arrive at feneacola _. 8:00: a. n I Agate and Tinware ana lIon er1H'nishillg (JooiKAGENS
lowest ca.rlwr credii. arrive at Hensacola_ll: ip.B
prices Uuo: p m.
4 1 milk. It i IH a jar of nll'l..11,13h' I
i !:oo p. m.arrive at reniaoola...__ 2i5r.u i FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL (;O ll'A.3
I t4 the cover tiitnl! with a t-harp -- 6:00 p m arrive at IVneacola.- 6:48: pg (
edt- that Mit< thrmuh the tin a lip atone For Infants and Children TOO p. m. arrive at ?Dsaoola_ T:*& (. Revere Giant Stitched' Keltin; Northampton Emery
CURE YOURSELF '8:4Sp. m. arrive at Penlaoela_ i.rn r Rand Powder Co. Johnson's K ilsomine.
Liftin ,
1 4 frido affordm? the easy flow of tL* The Kind You II "aatnrdaji only Wheel Co.,
Always Bough 'cCEta' H tarn Bl*f for unnatural ; Iron King and Buck Stoves and Ranges, \V
ronlt'uts of the can.Illinois Tiiitti M. H diif bars f.loflaminatloDft, FARE FOB Will DATS.feniaoola '
Lace Maury
i euruMa irntaUua or Bkvratlona to Yon Barraneai retort te. Coups & Co.'s Raw Hide
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j sans for Norway. Bears: the l. MWlz1ctfa..fouda. t-f PaiBln mBCoBI*. anil Ineuiorao.a.P.at. out aitria. Pttiacola to Navy Yard and return_ Kreoiaeola > Made Railroad Color

1Z4b j I. ndon. July ir.-The United States ; CgtaLwuof |aa THtLtA.sCi4EIClLCO.> g ntor pouoaoua.fnemit to Palmetto Beacb and retors Id1UXDAT Masonic Temple. $ PensacolaJV

$014 by Dv1ita, ICHBOUDS.
battleship Illinois: flagship of Rear Admiral I ,e | -
i'4- Sent In pt&a wrar.? When weather permit the running copeD
-t lt ('ro\\ nir.! 'hield. and the 1nitd i ff tZtIH. r pa'd.- ; coacbet.Leav .
; 00. or 1 tottlr*, liTS. GOffiPA Y
1 g F Slates cruiser San Francisco sailed MYERS VOTES AGAINST -' >OircBlaf ML! OB ret.ea t 9 PenseolILi a. m. Fort 101.m.Eurasia tf. B. WRIGHT>> ,

iN I from Ora\tScEd today for Christiana: lla.m. II m ci I

,1 1' :\orway. 1p.m. Ip.mIp. I
: -- ---- PILLS Ip.m p.m.Ip.m .

1 A. R. Bass of Morpantown, Ind., haj Senate Bill No. 132: A B.ll; to be (.numr.. P m LATHS
ii F7witAI.. =- V. I ..11 -,? 5p.-n ( p.m. LUMBER ,
i I to get up ten or twelve times in the ''entitled' "An Act to provide for school .'} '.ji .' ( Ulfllt..n.I. t. (,I.1..?.II Ip.m. Ip.m. ,
> Ie lil. -oU 'a. i.i. <4ruL
? Eight and had severe backache and books in the counties of this State." SL--.....\,:.i 4 .P.-ir.a., -..b.:llall* .....1.. Kail... K Imilm r... ooiato rAIIII art FOX Barraneai IURDATceni 9avi SflINGLES--Klin.Dmf w

in the Was cured The bill the I f7 t--. b r. ___ ,. SAWED CYPRESS !
I pains kidneys. byFoleys passed senate by a vote J o-. *'; P:rt>r rK.T l'::_>! l.XT lard and r tnrD -

Kidney Cure. Sold by W. A. of 17 to 11, Mr. Myers voting against A A!1.mra.< N M fI.n.r>il 1"rv.I.Iw.--m>.. ."-nte'lv. ..*. gt.if r i* fintaeoia r'UlrJi.to_Palmnio___Beach_Sal_ 11. PENtfACOLA, FLA.r .
-r .
121 South Palafox lit (Senate Journal 611. ..I hh.Iptru.t.-aII... I 5o received after ':1111. 'a.-- '
D'AIemberte, street I I Page ) nttK i t ; Mile .....rr. iil&L. P freIght III

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........ ;" :;.:,::;I II tr.L ni.iw U re.Illltatl'd 1-, I that If T were slow In absorbing khOWI-1- GOLD DUST. I ANNOUNCEMENTS.t t :;

1 edge I could make more than it 1 1H 1HI
without u -
1..1 tls'-ui -- - ,
!' out of what I did aLtorb.8 grew ,

!I- :.!;>;t':'r."s ity: of:wtl;.:rol1''g-; B 01 older I accustomed myself to look "Let the GOLD DUST twins do )our work." I i j It.For It.

wiser and whenever approached by ---- -' : "" ,
.... "
I' ; Micr
i i q
men upon different subjects I looked State Senator. i I I
:....I.,. h. r Zxiiially For County Commissioner. f "
'i i :.4 l..r,.''* cIA- wise in proportion to my ignorance. The friend of HOG. W. A. Blount :I i f .! !
; :: Hut when I knew the subject well!! I hereby announce him acandicUtt I hereby announce myself as a ; : I I Ii.
.., 1"11 n :. Km fiui;>ly candidate for
: ; ,
invariably pleaded ignorance and for State Senator from this, the Sec- county : : \ .1
::..t&.i,':1. uw Join*? I be- &OHEMIAN --i. otid Ken-itorial from district, subject to the action f .1 i !
Legged to be enlightened. In this wayI Di-trict, and respectfully .)
in took away its sig--, ak the of all Democrat of the voters at the ensuing demo- t : J i
gained in respect and flattered those support
i r ,. "Ktog of on Bottled Beers. with whom I came in contact I ,- I. D. W. C. VARBROCOH.For I .
i':, aiioptiHl the! 41ICF- i ; .J
> I Brewed from Bohemian Hops. II Well, the next step for a representative c, ; : I II J
pntabla- Representative. I i
broke the
\\ is to I* senator. I didn't begin County Commissioner. [ f' I
; I' II
!' :li-a of solidity and thus SOLD EVERYWHERE. I The friends of :Scott 1%I. Loftin take : H t II I
my senatorial cuutest by obliging peo The friends of J. B. Roberts : I I
fiiiuliaiintal i hlt'a of the lI this means of announcing him as a an- !
?, 'I iv without substituting pie I had !got beyond that. II let them candidate for Representative in the nounce him as a candidate for '' |
; understand that they were to obligeme 1' election as countv : ,
,. 4tGOLD Legislature from Escambia county, re'I'I i .
\\ II
r i Dull the other part of it might come and hey desire the support of all from District I, subject to the i'j

.. K'nuan style was removed THE HEAD j,later, In this way I forced my election. Democrat in the corcins primary.For of the democratic primaries J ; f : I
,vir. the Iyzantilll's rev- 15. They believe that the material I : :j i
Recently will remember, name I
jou my
", allil I i-upola. but without 1 Reoresentative.The I interests of the county demand his .

: if n-.i; olijoot of the arch. AND THE FOOT was mentioned for the most important i i OUST friends of Henry C. Cloptonj i I re-election and they ask the support I j 't I!
rtfolio in the cabinet A few days
.r iri-hilihtriliutos, the weight I announce him as a candidate for of every democrat in securing it. ,1 ; :.
later my old classmate Clarence Em- is a woman's best friend when wash day comes in the - .
Tbpy rofu-Mtl it the prop- around. It irixes the clothes sweet and clean. representative Legislature j i -1-i'
,. ,tillit an ornament and con- [Original.; ] taons called on me. I II I: Takes only hall the Urns! and half the labor of soap. from Escambia county, and requestthe For County Commissioner. !I I! 1 1i
I "I hear are to become one of the Just follow directions on package. of all democrats in the ,
you .
: n-al support of the weight; When I was a joun man. I was a reporter. support announce myself a candidate for i .1 : ; 1
president's advisers," be said mourn Made only by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY ('omingdelUocratic vrimary.for election as commissioner for I
\ in the ttyznntine: style One morning:;: I was sent to interview Chicaeo. New York. Boston. St Louii. county I t 1'1 1
fully. district No., at primary to be held '
Makers of OVAL FAIRY: SOAP. i
i* di'iiies and cupolas reprot a United States senator. lie Representative.The July 15th, and ask
"It isn't fco, Emmons, I enid conndontially. for the support of ,
weight, : with nil visible suptnultipiIi1 was UTJkind to me. and during; uiy friends of Chas. M.Costou an- all democrats. :
: "You will remember that in I j I f :
Iteady to Tukr Hold. -
ti"'s at caprice call it out that I nounce him as a candidate for repmentative LEK DANIKLL. "
graduates ;
to hrPI.ort.-Lon Tab came weH.re ; college;; I bad one faculty. "Ik- told me it would probably be a in the legislature from I -- -- -_ ::- i'. 'I

u from the saue college. lie asked "Yes; you could make more out of bltttr liu'lit," said the man who had Kscambia county, and they ak the I. For County Commissioner. r

UK It I bid bfon a gnoJ student. I nothing than any man in the class." just been to see a lawyer. support of all democrats in the coinit The friends i ,
'I I Ii of W. A. Shelby here !
Iush1ng! to the roots of my Lair! I COIl I "Ilight. I've kept on learning! how I II j i "I'.ut: he convinced himself! of the !!r primirr.: by announce his candidacy reelection ; t i I "

Nasal fished that I had been a very poor stu- i to do that. I'm working my infinittsi-.,I Justice; of your cause." suggested; biswu as county commissioner I I '
For l
Railroad Commissioner.
dent."Iuift. : mal qualities to be the president him- >. I from district No. 3 of Escambia ; 1

CATARRH Jk4WL break your heart cvt-r it." be I self." I ""Well no, not right: way," replied farmers Recognizing and producer fully the* to rights more of con-the I county subject to the action of the I' r

:n 'aeref "1 believe you'll succeed" j j"What t the prospective litigant, "lie first con-I sideration at the hands of the Flor- democratic primaries: July 15, and I ,- j'
L said sympathetically. "The best sch.iIars ask for
doing, Immonsr'"Tl'acbin |I him the hearty support of all ;
you vincctl himself that I !Lad money ida Railroad Commission, I solicit ,
don't ahv.ijs turn out the best (democrat
Lrzm B.lm ;;. i i"Itoing I enough to make the fight.! "-Chic-age: the support of all Democrats whoarrro'e \ i

men." Then after i-Ktlcin! !: :: me to Fecricy. ;; well?" 1'Ost of the declaration of principles "'or County CoiiimixMoner. I 4

so far as using the real names "I can't get my income above a thousand set forth in my platform

was concerned he told rae the following -, a jear. Can't you do something i Foley's Kidney Cure purifies the Copies of platform:: ,emit to any one After due consideration I appeal i : .
I addressing me at \Vet Palm lleach, to my many friends and the democratic r .
story: for me hero? I blood by straining out impurities and
I' voters as candidate fur
1 Fla. KHUDSOXIJURIl.For a the 1
there "I shall need all the offices at my disposal I tones up the whole system Curesi : otlice of
II' i lhntn'1" sprea I.j U In our class was a man, Clarence county commissioner from '
-, i 1e.e: .= i UuimonsLo led It from start to ;i for substantial purposes. but I i I kidney and bladder troubles. Sold: byiW. County Treasurer. distiict four of Ecambia county. "J I !:

: .* f.'t ""In. _-': .,>! fill1!>l1. lie had the most ustoiiUhiii< Wfd a secretary. Would you take the :" fox A. D'Alemberte, 121 South I'ala- The friends of Frank E. Brawner Pleas-e remember me at the primary 1 : ;

: .. Li'se ze, 5'j cents at lirujT tuiml for absorbing knowledge I position?" ( street. hereby announce him as a candidate election )f the democratic party 1 !

.,};It:>.:'u tt-trren street.Xew York.IfYou cau e j "Leave that to me. I will not be nlg. PT'I <"'(-- ';.. -- ", -' I County, !subject to the action of the Olive, Fla. : I!
Often the -
simply perfect. professors --- democrats July lo' and '
with the best in class -_ ..., "I primaries "
used to start h'.ia! nt different joints pnrilly man our : -- I .... : ak for him the support of the voter For ('iiunty C.,iiunis.i<>ner. :
v' r '
for I reuiensber 1 was the worst. I
in the day's lesson in order to show
1 For County Treasurer.I The friends of R. Rathwell of I I
F. X MITCIIEL. : ., \ ,
him off. I was a raci-lcss scamp, I a in =. .f Bluff .
.'" Springs\ hereby announce him ; ,
|f Have sorry to admit whose only strong point I I Iwus |: The Best- Liniment For Strains.Mr. j" .'. \ announce myself a candidate for of a* a candidate for County i I
renominatiou for the
in making our instructors;; think 11 i I ..d ,I'I position sioner from district No. 5 of !
'I F. H. Wells, the merchant at county treasurer of Ecamnbicoun; -

w_-- knew more than I did. It turned Deer Park, Long Island, N. Y., says: j =-IU /'ht51 ty, subject to the action of the demo bia county, subject to the

I however that I didn't fool them tlut'I'I "I always recommend Chamberlain'sPain h'.i ( i ( "_ cratic primary. the democratic primaries C'Hl1mis'I'I '

RheumatismJURIGSOL much for when we were : Balm as the best liniment for I I'J'! \ J. \V. PRATER. and voter ask*. for him the "

stood at the foot of the class, Kuimous I strains. I used it last winter for asevere I ,

standing tint II lane-ness in the side, resulting For Tax Assessor.I .
"' -J'! Chairman Executive Committee. I
the great tcste 4cdl&liiornia I did not meet Emuious for fie years from a strain, and was greatly iLi ; hereby announce myself as a
enlorsed after U.'uins college.; I had fane into pleased with the quick relief and cure candidate for re-flection a* Tax As- The friends of John B. Jones here. I

"l11eo1J' will cure I,I it effected." For sale by all drug- : J eor E-cambia; county, subjectto by announce his candidacy for chair- 5 | i
and doing the work -
.,. Liver. Kidney audcaused of journalism was : gists and medicine d alers. .t-- ;;ir:"; ,; the action of the democratic primary man of the Kcunbia: County DemQ'I :
t by an excess are doing now. Kmtuons was : -
you : cratic Executive
fins and tuilds ,'- \ July 15. Committee, !subject j'
er upJUiCsclteicslCo.LosAogeesCa
t L 'rrgth while lII.nl it. teaching: school. Neither bad advancedbcyinil O jtiwS T O iL I .1L. ,! r r:0 W. W. RICHARDS. to the action of the democraticvoters

4. lie of wonderful cer- the ordinary and so far us 1 Sean the! 1 r.3 Ki.J:;: Vill Ha.e Ji\a/S: Bcit1 of the county at large at the .

f tj I f cr bottle. For sale I had ..:it primary July 15, and ak for him
:r 'truest ran not I was considered not piu-n tinypromise. 3'gaatore For Tax Collector.I f

f eni 'ril'ii'l' upon I still looktd up to him, however -, cf: .. : i hereby announce my-elf a* a the hearty !support! of the voter ; :
i Allr.UBjr and, reuit'ii.berini that MIJUI of : EverythingIs candidate for re-election as Tax Collector -
I bUSINESS: INSTINCT. For Secretary Executive Co mmittec.. t
]. our jnv.ite men had put In a few for Escambia county subjectto
; the action of the democratic primary The friends of Ben D. Beers announce S
ot tarty at teaching, fully
P' years ;
M tne A \Vnll !Street :\In"',, Trade That Wile 15. his candidacy for Secretary:

: & Sifikln Drag Co., Atlanta, Ga. expected tLat he would make Lis mark.When :.Nut 1111,1 Itnr .;nin.A so Handy July A. H. D'AlEMBERTE.For of the Escambia County Democratic .
had rolled I
Distnoatlng Agents. ten jean round poU1hwnt'at: street man ,toM ---- - -- Executive Committee subject tothe ; 'I

was part owner of a small country paper the following story <,a hmiM'lf the oth- ', _When u=inz a Gas Hinge Tax Collector. action of the democratic voters of 1
", ..,""" """'''''' and. an important election coming: -work is The friends of Henry Bdlin er announce the whole county at the primary :
CT day but tu.idf his hearers 1'ruuuiethiit thatJthe.Kitchen: ] lightened.
/)I:, wo happened to support the right; I i t him as a candidate for Tax July 15, and ark for him the support *
under i-ond.lions would they i:I :Soups and Sauces are made quickly. Collector of Escambia county, sub of the voters.
-'' .' ''
''' : ::'. man.ftl'r his election he came to the .
";,, ::' :: ::' :
"""" ; reveal I Lis name, 111 lie did not wish to ] U-
to the democratic primary to be -- --- --
You can alwaha'e jut the fire ject ---- -
otfice. acknowledged his indebtedness.iiiil j
PUBl\G\1\ \ FOR i : be bothered: by the beggar: who figures I IIn : a'nr held July 15: 1W2! and request the For Member Executive Committee.The .
need for bit of and
.\ i asked what ho could do for us. My i you cooking:,
the story: support; of all Democrats.
', rtucr was unambitious and referred : can get everything ready at just of John Touart announce
\ : | you -- --------
THE PEOPLE I T1e'all strort man was walking,: him as a candidate for
j ? Ii. t.. me. I told him I would like toI with a fri''nJ down I'.roadwny: when the ri;Lt time and in just the right For Member School Board. ber of the County Executive mem-Committee -

Every Word Cost ton a Cent, r"I.r""l'nt my party at its next presi-'' lit Twenty-third street he was aec-osted ,! way and the expenses for gas aIfuel I The friends of W. M. Agertou here- from precinct 12 and ak for
his for the
tl"'lttll'OIl\.t'ntion.: lIe easily arranged;:; :,I by a beggar The man was more perMsteut is surprisingly low. by announce candidacy him the votes of the democrats of
and Eter Word it Head nomination member of the
> the matter for me, and I became u dele- ; than the ordinary mendicant as a the precinct at the: primary July 15.
I school board from di-trict No. 3,
By ter; \ hOI>'. ---- -
gate. The faculty for appearing to be ami to get rid of him the broker said: J the -- --- -
subject to primarv
t + a better man than I was stood by me, Pensacola Gas Co. I For Member Executive Committee. ".
50 cents if will II
"I will give you you I i igive July the loth, 1902. I
MONIY TOM l..l N n. and I was chosen to make the nominating The friends of Frank Reilly an- '

__. ____ me jour coat. I
nonnce him as a candidate for
'or spiffh presenting; one of the principal : ".\11 right, boss," replied the beggar;; ; No.3 S. Palafox st.t Pensacola. Fla For Member Board Public Instruction.The member ;
of the
\ T"I.'I'l bou..hQld fQrnI.i candidates. 1 had not mastered '1 I II friends of Hon. Elijah Ward County Executive Committee -
an'ithin a moment the change !had
,- :
i amI ail feindi of perI'Tiif I from precinct 13 and ask for
his available I..intsL.ut substituted announce his name a* a candidatefor
c 'p. \ .
"Ih> StrictestI been Iiiu'.eThit him the support of the democratic
: '" I Apply.to.\\.t'lsl"r. mints desirable in a candidate and endowed CHOICEST j re-elect'on as member of the
'eiat"tri'.. broker and his friend then turned voter of the precinct at the primary J
Board of Public Instruction from
(him with them. I down
bark and went up l''fth' avenue to their OF July 15.; i
---- district No. 3 of E, cambia county,
I ,1.1 1 I "I'I "i.i: improved rat es- amid I ihundcrs of applaiue and as I did Imtel. Still carr.ving the beggar's; : coilt. I
M I subject to the action of the demo
., .-" nr uiall amounts at low ie). happening; to look in the gallery, For Executive Committeeman. !
the man of finance strolled into the 11 cratic primaries July 15.
i'-4li! Oil L.- II1! K. rinxjks. FRUITS ANDGONFECTIONERI [
.' ..tv. 'I S. falatoi ;L. Kuberam saw t.I>' classmate Lmmons l-x>king lobby and began telling the story to I hereby announce myself :a? a '

1m down on me in astonishment. He lilt his triends. For County Commissioner cs I candidate for member of the County ,

erward calUd on me at uiy livid, ULI I hereby announce myself a? a Executive Committee from Precinct i
"I think you made a bad bargain: ,
'I"- L 1"-ll.\-IJOY0:1. ne. a money wht a I asked him what he was doinj. '! said I APOSTLE'S candidate for re-election a* county I and solicit the support of
tn "irrow any a-uount you want one."Look C. Democratic voters at the
lie said commissioner from district of E;. coming
i-'tt trrnM and lowest rates tuat he was still teaching. sail, another. 2
III the pockets. primary. JAMES l SWEENEY.
''iniiahld.on, improved city real That suet CII! and the inuueiice of our. i cambia county, subject to the action j
"u Wm. Kuuer, lli'', soUth t'ala-! And IS the I>r"kl'r'I'flt tkrongh the -
ln-tf [';il-t.1- jalllllll.lel'H'ral years later the i rnirged: garment: he pnllf-d forth 45cents ; H East fioTtnmt St.,, j I of and tht ak democratic the support primaries of tie voters.July 15. For Executive Committeeman. '

-- - iniratu-n of my party for congress.; The friends of Tho, W.
Kent an-
in money, a silvir tipped pipe, a JOHN (0. WELSH.
I. N. ,VST-.:> iniartt To KOKKOW your property MO>, pro.KY I could talk giil'13and! no matter what flask: of whisky and a pouch of to- Formerly Cordova Restaurant!Btanc I nounce him as a candidate for member

> '" of title, buy or Bell real I'S"p )ifMie I touched, be it silver tariff ro ba.vo."You. One car-load of Pineapples at Z1.7J i For County Commissioner.Mr. of the Democratic Executive t

I "ty of aay de-cnption bav form civil srvice.. 1 had the facultjof to 2.UO per dozen. Frank Johnou Committee from precinct 13, subjectto
"this! hereby announces -
he only
rt see
nr tates attended
your to the action
of the
... I primary, and a'k
liiuUiii my Leani believe that him-elf candidate
aiutt for
TUos. c.: Watson A Co. proves that I never make a bad trade, --- -- --- --- ----- a-s a for him the of the
r. nt : :liiiurar.ee : support voter
agents fensa- knew nil about it and dead relectiou commissioner
was right as county
r 1 .ar'.. moderate. To 1'\11 vvhi-n I don't know what I am
everyoneni =GOLAY@ from district four, E-*cambia ,
everv time. I was elected and reelected county

I n< w" will lend money l liuvin"New.trk 'l'iuoiCan't For Member Executive Committee.The .
: i build a house. 'Jtfr"K for tvvo additional terms. When I subject to the will of the democratic

made Grist and Corn Meal Pills voters in the coining; primaries. He friends of James McHufrh; announce !
my speech on the tariff that produced .
14flt'A1I.: Eat does this for the r a-on that he I his candidacy for member of
such a sensation for the first
-- IB. F. GONZALEZ & CO. Prop f wants the otlice and thinks (he can the County Executive Committee I
;, I, \ \ ," LOKIDA HII. IIt ::- time in mj life I had collected some 1 be of benefit to the bt interets of from precinct 14 and a-k for him the > i

':' I 14'i.-Kented iimve in at(am once.) wlt'i Also some for 'fll't" !but 1 pledge you my word 1 1 i AVhj' ? The stomach i* weak, the Mannfactcreri I the whole county. If I his friends support of the democrats of the precinct *

o .,* (.incken*. ,.a/Qn, f.-w 1111- didn't know and don't know now i appetite i* JOIIP and the howel are CHOICE MEAL AND PUUK GKOUND and the people interested agree with at the primary July 15. I ;

,. i 1 ',,,euild! oixls.; Correspond: hich is the true theory tariff or free I, constipated. Nothing will do you as i STOCK KEKD. I him, he will appreciate their sup F
M:"i'Ar'r.llllvtA, Kla. "jjlw 1 For Member Executive Committee. "
----- ---- trade.'hule! I was talking:: I saw Em- tnnch good a? a dose of Iloetetter'stDmach Patronize Home Industry, for there li i port.

I 1" -Ml',lae mod desirable Iou In nioiss ill the gallery following me with '1 Bitters before each meal.It every reason yon should buy yonr Meal and I I The friends of W. B. Wright announce :
:. :y 011 'i'y tMrms. by thoKisbxruf will strengthen. the stomach, restore Stock Feed from the Home Mannfactarer, I For County Commiss oner. his candidacy for member of j
'':-'*. : .- Agency, IW4-\ Houtii: Palafoi l almiiint i absorbing sent Us card t" 1Uf'lnJ 1 the went speech out and he the appetite, prevent Con;;tipa. for.by Yoor 10 doing money you Is encourage left In the borne commnnltj Indai1try. I"! The friend of J. W. Hrewton of the County Executive Committee I, ,

tion and positively cure INI>HESTIO.V. ndyoa In tain are indirectly benedted.In district No. 5 announce him as a from precinct 15: subject to the action .

I"ur met hill."What. DYSPEPSIA, BILIOUSNESS AND fostering the borne manufacturer yoa candidate for re-election from said of the democratic primary July f

--- -"'-"' ............. are )OU doIng! Lnimons 1 )I.LARJ.F.nR: A"U AUUE. TRYA oontrtbutetotheeauseof It to the community 111 which labor you You live ow and I; district, subject to the action of the 1:;, and ask for him the support of I] I

I ) ::'I.VV spnn< ) !aicel( street.furuiaQed room alut at asked. HorTLH and see for yourself. Don't which oontrtbatet to roar lapport. ('primaries July 15. I the voters of the precinct. !!I

--- "Teaching: he replied. accept a substitute.HOSTETTER'S,
--- --
u.Il' \.ant..Ilult. Meanwhile I fy\\l .I''wynrni* convinced --- --- -- u --" i I

'I'I '. .'. .'rtrn our business Splendid .GO TO* f 1
for Miori
n poor man. time Bronchitis For Twenty Years.
uosition or conducting your STOMACH BITTERS.
""-. home waiter from start.i.itwtl. Mrs Minerva Smith!: of Danville: I z

I. positions: guaranteed.v Ill. writes "1 tad i bronchitis for -
: Moler Barber College, :Newalt --- -- 1 I Iit
a \\ twnh''ears and nev.-r cot relief Until PEOrESSIOjrALJARDS. F. E. BRAWNER'S. ,

I I' used Foieys Honey and Tar, -- ",- -
\\ h.>-vvuue uin to tim) generalwork.
Apply at10.- 12 Mouth which is a sure cure. Sold byV.. A. W. C. ROWE, M. "
r. .Hint D'Alemberte. 121:: South Palafos street. I -

wA \ ... 1 I'-.-\ goo.t-solicitor:;- II pay Office: ITS S. PaUfox. ij-For} Seven Days we will Offer the Following Prices:-@
> I Hours from S to 8 :)) a. m. and 1 to 3p. m
_" -. art mimiasion' tn oflIc..to. right one.mltfv Ad- FRED MYERS FRIENDOF and after T o'clock : _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ I ;

\ \ : KIKie I young; rofn from E- X'b.ono O3. 20 doz Men's French Neck, drop21)0 Pair Men's New Orleans Hewed You should look at our line of 1 J ; .

I\1'.a. county at once to prepare for THE BEEF TRUST sticbed, undershirts for 23i ; drawers or Cable Screwed Shoes, for this sale, Ladies' High and Low Cut 8hoe!.- ; j
-I IiI .
.IC verauicnttrvlce. \.prre. f
:- --htatoi : Inst., Cedar Rap- _;_ PARKER'SHAIR to match. $1.20; solid leather. WA can save you money. : !

_.b ITJlm BALSAM 25: doz Men's Fancy Striped, Lace I,0u0 I I
yards Lawn fast coloredr-
ClMc aDd bnutifiM lt. bilL 175 Pairs Men's Hand Sewed Vic! .
i )
Senate Bill No. 18: A Bill to be and Plain, Hilk Finished, Balbrigan worth to close .
,\ \STloD-\ll klnai ot empty beer : fcomultt a Injurant frowtb.Aerer Kid Shoes in four ditlerent shape 8'jj'c, at 5c yard. '
l'al1. to Bwtor Onj
Douui.. M. ,. I"&IKDX. noT tr entitled "An Act to prohibit arrangements Undershirts at 43c each ; drawers to a// ) X-Bar '
Hair to JU Youthful Color. Muslin
-- _. e- ....p do...... a bar h.aa.g, match. toes regular: \1, for this sale 2.95 a regular "o
PO ---- contracts, agreements, trustsor .Iod'IWIl flnzm-gei pair: goods to close at 4c, yard. '
CL.'niv. 10 doz Men X-Bar Undershirts ;
: .
: ( I
- certain other 1lIyards Unbleached Domestic ;
',\,.Nl>I.E COMB HROWIU-- :( H R ; combinations, DR.KINC'STRY worth 50c, for 40c, ; drawers to mate. I have bon htthe full line of Levyto close at 41c. ;
-TI..usiv"ly, >*tock acts things intended to or tendingto Pou I will close !
and Eggs for sal* or 25 doz Men's Scriven Patent seam Co. boys' shoes that 1,000 yards Best Check
"' GInjr.hanv :
H -j M t Wiii18 .
: > '
-IKstf prevent, hinder or obstruct the law. NEW DISCOVERYFOR side drawers, worth 65c, for this sale out at cost. fast; colored, regular 7c goods, for I 1 I -

IIA.1UCJOOIJH._. ful sale of Florida fed beef, or other 3c. I 125 pair Boys' Easy Walkers reg- this sale 6c. t f ;

-\IRolR"H: : BEIR E-Mal1nfactnrr beef, meat, or cattle or other edible THAT COLD. 23 doz Boys Extra Size Pants, 12 to ular SOc goods, to close at 35c pair. 10 pieces White and Red Tablw I i i I'M

z r" in Hair (Hood, H Ml. Toilet animal In this state or tendingto 17 years, worth il a pair for this sale Linen, regular! 40c goods, to close at25c i *
r.wt";: \ *' UllrOU-ets--K! W. Government monopolize the sale of or the price TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. 60c. 75 pair Men's Low-Cut Patent yard. No one over & yards. I > [

== thereof." i Cures ConsumptionCoughs I We carry a fall line of Boys' Wash Leather Shoes we have been selling 30 piece! Medicated 24-inch Cotton f

1-lnw"... ..... I.'or FuiseruI. Referred to the Judiciary committee I'I Colds Bronchitis Asthma Pants. Call and see them. at t2.&) pair, to close! at |1.75 pair. Diaper worth 85c, for this sale 60c. i iI i ;'

}.LuWERS; ; FOR FUNERAL8-.----turalaaed------ of which Mr. Myers was chairman.[ 1 t

!4 ,Pmfl-Ptlytnbouqnetl orspectaldesIgni (Page 61.) I I. PneumoniaHayFeverPleu- This Sale will Positively Not Run Longer Than Seven -I ;t :
'Oette Days. i
Po- .. Moreno, S2J West Gregory Judiciary Committee after careful Hoarseness :
t\ : :9dlm risy, LaGrippe, i s'i
Bill No.
__ t't"!' l-'LO\\'EU examination 13, without recommendation. (Page i !, Sore Throat, Croup and : i-::
; F. E. Brawner's
'cfl;<' 103.) I I'Whooping Cough. Remember the place, Candidate for County TreasurerSOUTH : I II 'i

BOWERS. and Floral Eeiigni- Bill No. 18 .
On of Senate I
tluP passage I II
Ordered for
v .f'13' cnstomenWe ,
; Oll Moreno, VJS Wen Gregory.SWlm Mr. Myers voted NO. (Page 312,) I NO CURE. I 10j; PALAFOX 8TREET. a.
i| [Senate Journal, 1897]. Price saC. and St. TRIAL BOTTLES

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Politics andPoliticians = FOR SUPREME COURTEditor AT BUSY FLORALA

k I Senate Bill!( No. 28. A Bill tc -t:.=.Annual Maeneni
at the Port Office at Pensaeola, A lur h
Ft*.. lecond-clasi matter. k titled, "An Act to prevent unjust Ending I>t'l't'lIIllf'r :t1et.19uI "
n n,
Times-Union and Citizen: Correspondence Daily News. !crimination in the rates
OFFICE :-Htt'i Building, :!114 southtalaroz j I
street, np-italrs. We do not deem it improper to request Florala, Ala., July 12.-Mes r?. S. I transportation of passengers 1 THE[ [EQUITABLE ij

I that you publish in your val J. and R. A. French are here with a !freights by railroad ,

THE NEWS PUBLISHINC CO. h.- -s-i1 uable paper a few remarks from the and other common carriers,
1 :: : corps of men surveying the extensionof j'
undersigned with reference to the to prohibit railroad LIFE
Terms: Invariably in Advance. Tomorrow will tell the tale. Tomorrow the Yellow River railroad from companies ASSURANCE[ SOCIETY ij
candidacy of Judge Joseph B. Wall i other common carriers in this
On Year by Mall__ ._ .-is wSlz I the contest between the local for one of the Judges of the the depot to the site of the proposedlog ,
HODtbi .. ... _. :2 50OB Supreme I from charging other than just :: .. .. . .. _
factions will decide of the Court. Jackson Lumber ; ...
W@ek.by Carrier Payable Monday 10 one mill of the ,reasonable rates, and to I and II

Furnished most important questions the peopleof The most of us have known Judge Company. granting of any rebate, discount I I ities.. .. .other. .. ..Liabil. .. ,, ,
Idtertitirig Rates on Application "':
Wall for a great number of I j
years weights and other special .
this county ever voted on-Shall The survey of the Louisville and --

1 .L.LI TELEPHONE NO. 118. Tammany be re-established in power and not we only have as always a good recognized man, but him as a, Nashville extension from Opp to I provide persons,for corporations damages,for or firms, I dends(are from paid which,. .Dm-. -KIM

or, Shall the people assert their good citizen and a man of the highest Florala will probably be completedthis = :0
conditions of this act and to to Policyholders in
independence and manage their own integrity; and honor. Prior to week. 1 .
1001..1 -
< > a mode of procedure of rules : *,

l yf political affairs? his elevation to the Judgeship of the W. L. Cawthon of DeFnniak jdence in all cases." Mr. Myers Insurance in IStoi % ;l, .'i. '
Sixth Judicial Circuit, he bad occupied i 7
Springs will establish a mercantile NO on the passage of this bill. ( I Insurance in force
The people have been fully en- for two different terms! the 1 Dec. 31,1111)1.$1 i 7f.$ ;'
ate Journal 1211. w
JULY 14,1902 of business; here in the store building
position State Attorney for the
f Notwithstanding the
lightened on the true conditions of greater .
Sixth Circuit, and while serving in belonging to M. A. George; Jr., and Don't Fail to Try This. strength of the Society al (a ':
TI THE Chicago Tribune's ghoul ed- the campaign. Their verdict tomorrow that capacity the State; of Floridawas formerly occupied by the Florala Whenever an honest trial is security which it, I r,
will be after mature deliberation 1TF:
Is crimes and always honorably and ably
t itor, whose specialty represented Mercantile Company. to Electric Bitters for any LOW and GUARAXTEK

I casualties, illustrated by statistics and I do not doubt that they and no criticism was ever is recommended for than given by other sr-t.
Daniel Hughes of) Ponce de Leon permanent c't., 4)) ':iKXOWLES
I more or) less trustworthy, has announced will vote right. The great mass of heard of any action of his while occupying will surely be effected. It never
will build a new store building; here
that .
the returns of the nation'sholiday the people are long-suffering and position.He to tone the stomach, regulate the

including 17 deaths and patient. During convention days was appointed Judge of this probably brick, and engage in business. i- nejs and bowels stimulate the BKUS,

1,595 accidents. circuit some time in May, 1&99 and .
____ ___ !Invigorate the nerves ana purify Gf'ntralf'lIIII..
.n. they were forced to submit to boss-
since he has been the bench
upon It is also said that Henry Craw- blood. It's a wonderful tonic for
THE Louisiana legislature has perpetuated ism. Now, by the primary system he ha given thorough satisfactionto I S. Palafox St.. 1'EN.AI \
the farce of enacting anti- ford of Freeport, eldest son ofIr.. down systems. Electric Bitters
all the members of the bar and
they are given the to nominate ;
trust legislation "with string to it" power Win. Crawford, will engage in busi tively cures kidney and liver -
while to lose him
J the men they know will represent i I we may regret as stomach disorders I If a Man Lie to You.
of in the in- nervousness
' in the shape exceptions I
I the Judge of this circuit yet we feel ness
! And
tere!'t of certain trll-ti. Such laws their best interest*, and to vote down I lessness, rheumatism, neuralgia I say some other -
he is so preeminently qualified to be W. B. Cockcroft the popular: stable oil alleged'b, .
;.t have invariably been condemned by the candidates of the political bosses. expels malaria. Satisfaction I
4 the : Bench that we
Ducklen's ,
upon supreme of Arnica S
DeFuniak will
man put some teed by \V.
A. D'Alemberte
and the :
the courts, legislature ,
i are willing to lay aide our desire to j I years of mart i j, ,
,.new it.THE There five candidates I five teams here for hire. Only ;a) cents. ( Burns Boils .
are for rail !'keep I him here with us. and to aid 1'
-- l road commissioner. It is conceded I him in that honorable "Bully" Cawthon of Freeport i i- OFTYTHIAS. Cuts Scalds Dn.-
j Savannah Morning New-,- every way is KNIGHTS ns prove It's i .,

1 one of theSouth'smodel dailies-ha!' that Hon. H. E. Day will be elected in his present candidacy. here with the view of locating. 23 cents at \\' \

I' Since; hU elevation to the bench he Quite a number of Pen-acola Lodge No. 3. K. of drug store.
I i 1 been looking about for a hotter place Tuesday. The case therefore stand* carpenters are Regular
meeting .Monday
al than Savannah, where the mercury thus: The three South Florida has not only been courteous toward in town ready for work. July 11, at ? o'clock. Member

? 1j l has a way of climbing up to 100! ), and can-I and patient with the members of the I The Jackson Lumber Co. i U specially rtque-ted to be ,. HERE MYERS VOTES NO.
ha found it iu a remote corner of didates Jefferson B. Browne, bar, but he has al-o always been Work in the rank of Page. :\

California, where a field of watermelon j Whitner and R. Hudson Burr, are ready and willing to accommodate ing material on the ground and will ber* of sister i lodges and \ -

them, even at his own inconven begin soon to erect houses; for mill ill;: brother cordially invited. I Bill 95, Page 1'7! A
-*, immersed in the debris of a | pitted again-t Wet Florida's: caudi- MOXKHE l'\'t PJEI.L.: C. be entitled .
act relative '
1 gaud storm, were literally cooked. I date John (J. Ward. A vote for anyone ience. I hand. Manager Harlan says he HENRY HORM.KK. K. R. /n. i .
I _. shipment and delive' *
Without the
saying: anything to --
I of the three will count the sam.e I will need about forty in the very beginning I
THE position of the president on di-paragement of any other circuit I MEAT & MALT has a by railroad companies J .

the subject of reciprocity for the as.a vote against Ward, even if you judge in the state, we feel afe in i dietetic value. While refre- common carriers, and to cam -

+ Cubans will find approval among vote for him, too, for it will be giving saying/ that no other circuit judge I Miss Jennie McDutfie has accepted and pleasant to take, it helps companies to transport .-

t the masses of the people of all parties them a bigger vote to count up in 1 has ever dispatched the business: of a position with the Jackson LumberCo. lation of food. Sold cars received from connnt.i

when contrasted with the behavior with by of railroads, to construct ."
' his office any more promptnessand 61':: ;!
l the total. Wot Florida friends of as stenographer.
of his opponents in the matter satisfaction than has Judge JTAXNHEISSKR. ROFINE : connections with each ot'iti'

whose antagonism i is manifestly John G. Ward should vote for Day Wall. As a man. as lawyer, and as A large number of hand are now -' I ." Mr. Myers voted NO. 28jui'r A

ba ed either upon the fear that reciprocity and Ward. We all want to see John judge there i* nothing which we can at work clearing away trees, stumps, STATIONERY. j

may lead to a revision of the Ward elected, so we must not complicate say of him but in the way of praise; etc., at the site for the Jackson; Lum Grass Shears that will nit

j tariff, or the hope that the country's the contest and cause the and we do hope that as a man, as ber Co's big mill. C. V. Thompson, No. 11 at the Willis Hard'

i.t refusal to extend this necessary aid lawyer and as judge he will receive Real Palafox street, has just Co's.
estate is in active
I' demand
necessity for a second
" to the Cuban people may result in primary by that support which he deserves; at the new supply of Linen and

;. I. I .rchy and annexation 1 giving votes to his opponents. Day held the prices are advancing and choice ItaNauii Tram '
election tile
primary tt> on blue :orthvrn Wood
Papers, white and ,
s "
I gray ,.
and Ward is the winning ticket. Ijth: inst. town Jots are already becoming hard in uj-lSalsaio..tau ttru.n gun for ct-.!'*
Envelopes to match Oxford
ICKETARY Moony has t ;
11 : anuouuc-
I __ I H. 1.. MITCHELL, I to get also Foreign Mail Tablets! with
is a feature of the summer naval ._ I
f"A t the To-night iu the Plaza: the Democratic WM. HUNTEK, I velopes to match. Ink SECARTSJATH HOUSE
I aeuvers on Atlantic coast ( Men Will lie Hnjn. 1
I League, will hold the closing W. A. CARTER Penholders Blankbooks File
; thai the contending fences in water
j ,: In the excitement of a lively exercise I sea bathing, night r
I (haul jCoutGvU will carry on theirvperat'ion rally of the campaign, and among :S\M'I, P.ORfHAKDT, etc., always on hand. for white people only. Special ,
i'. I') I P. O. K N: Ill HT, like boat-racing or ball-playing; Phone 234.: I for ladies,with lady at
r with the utmost secrecy the prominent speakers will be Senator Neatest, best and rh
H. :S. HAMPTON: they will strain their muscles and go -.--.-_-_- ___Line.'I I anal
I t to as to prevent knowledge of the hou e in the city. hl./t .
ti), R.
t Mallory. Everybody i* Then
t. I CHAS. C. IVHITARER.HI'lH home limping and sore. they .
% !! FRANK S AY.l.Cor. ,
i. plaH I1' either, respectively, from
II invited to hear these sfietches. They I MACFAKLAXE, are glad they have Perry Davi'"' r Cwallns and Zarr 1u..tJ Ht
'm reaching the other contingent andi"I'
t I11, I will be iutfre tiu;. i E. H. OU.NKY: Painkiller on hand to soothe the 2 '
thus the of the ..
.A purr/o-e BAKKON, : PHILLIPS., quivering nerves ; to penetrate themusclell
a' maneuver: JUl'ursuanceofthiiin-: I t ; I warmth and fl. Soderlind
Judge; J. B, Wall j is the almost W. n. OKAHAM, with healing Gus
: teutioii new-paper correspondents: i! C. E. HARRISON: power. It has relieved the pain of tETMUii ,
\ who in actual warfare are afforded unanimous choice of the voters of S SI i
is! I HAKKYA.PEEI-LES, two generations of Americans. : .THE1'A I I.0 K,...
j every means of observation! of the I ; Escambia county for justice of the O. L. FARR, Large bottles 25 and 1 oO cents.

f f : jojoveuient of the fleet, will be rigor-I supreme court. He is well known THOMAS PALMER, I i $OH WKM iOlKKNMP.vr: ,

))1 J: :; I ously l excluded from the ;:(:\ ,!, here aHd when he eat here as circuit I II J. J. Ll'MfedOKI, .fAMILY SEASON TICKETSAT FOR TILE for the next :80 day* make *t,

i : eels engaged, and forced to rely upon ]I I C.: W. I frlEVE.NS. j 25 per cent leos than repu ,I
HI ascertaining'!;judge he made a host of new friends. I :
l their owu resources
Next 5
I i' II the detail of the" movements. Some; j He, too. is just like home folks, for I DK Men'k J.\lhr Suits Kuiu IL'M'' ti.'

uewrpaperhave affected to make I Mrs. C. R. Parkhill of this city is his Treat Your Kidneys For Rheumatism. -- .X.Suit1MPKIII' Clranvd '
$ '! Hteain Llfaiift ::.tt.t. <
I f"-'. port of this very rea-onable regulation daughter. Tu those who do not personally When you are suffering from rheu-j I!I i Frank Sigari will N-ue 100 family 20c a Copy. Touser htcHiii Cleaned >

;a: !but a little rttkction will enable know Judge Wall I would matism- the kidneys must be attended j i season tickets for baths at his splendid : Xowi-the i time to ..v,
winter Clothmir in 'I
all newspaper men to recognizelit I to at once: so that they will eliminate j! bath house for a family of one put t '
say read a communication printedTHE PENSACOLA MUSIC CO '. Thi offer i* for thirty n.i: '
reasonableness and value. I I'
'I the uric acid from the blood. Foley's'Kidney and ,
I: to three at $1.50 for the season Mention you saw the adv. ''
[I --- in NEWS today sinned by all Cure is the most effective I j! for a family of from three up for two in '611BAII.Y Ni 1.\

f MYERS VOTED AGAINST I the leading attorneys of Tampa. remedy for this purpose.!' R. T. 11op-I[ dollars. These season tickets will 37 S. Palalos St. E-d.-e the regular price wi.;, I..

= I kins, of Polar \Vis., says: "After unsuccessfully : entitle the family to bathe whenever

I a : l: ,! REQUIRING RAILROADS I Every member of the Democratic ,' doctoring three years for I I!I they wish throughout the s-eaaon. ..

League and of the East End Demo- rheumatism with the best doctors, I : :23jlm!: 134 134 134 134

F : i' TO BUILD DEPOTS cratic Club will have his coat off to-J( tried Foley's Kidney Cure and -it I' ---- -- ---- gNNItaN/........... ',. .z,. .' :._. . .

1 II cured me. I cannot speak too highlyof I 1 I CONCERT AND DANCE AT
morrow working for Good Govern ,; MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY: Buy a HammockS i u -s-| 134
this great medicine. Sold by
s Senate Bill No. 74. To be entitled, ment. !I NIOHT. TRAINS AT 8. 8:30 AND : ABira'j' Telephone! ,
t A. 121 South Palafox '
D'Akmberte AT
t' .il
I i 'An Act to require railroad corporation street. 1'9. :1141.! TICKETS 25 CENTS, AT ; .:, It Ufor Hu".lic Uk"; 134
I ; TIU 11"
i ; to construct They *ay Henry Bellinger is run- DEPOT. AUO Y"I'R .
r' : passenger depots onIe I ( t.; ,
( (I ___ __. '
I J 11 their lines of roads and to provide a nlug so swiftly that even after the PENSACOLA CLASSICAL SCHOOL j .h --- ; LINES, HOOKS, : 134 134 134 134

I i penalty therein.On votes count him In Tuesday, Wedneday ;, SANTA ROSA SURF I
---- -
-, I the passage of the bill Mr. will Hill find him running.I bird Annual PM>IIIII Hrgim. Se]>- BATHINC ESTABLISHMENT' |

1'1 : u'wlrr l.: 1111':_. anti KiuUJuno :
: I > ( *
: Myers voted NO. Bill passed 16 to : .0

; ; 3. (Senate Journal 1891.). 22june2t I met one of the Myer's Santa I I-J, 19(13. .1 l .
will be served .
I Rosa county men on the street thisI
I Of All Hot Weather Enemies 1 The aim of till -chool i; to provide Sunday evening. Private parties i I Baseball Supplies !
1 i 'I I morning and asked him if Prof. )(c- f thorough HHJH SCHOOL and I can arrange to have the Mime ori I ;

.; : of humanity cholera i H the wor-t. Daniel had nerved him with ice 'COLLKCiE; PREPARATORY in- 'i( Other refreshments served at anytime ..
Treatment to |II.> elective rau-t be during the week at rea-ouable Sl'i'lf: AS
tructi"n. The -school< of e-peclaliItert''t
I When vomiting I! cream up at the Milton barbecue IfI1 j 1 :See manager
I term
i t prompt. ; purgingHud M three cla"-e- : { Bats, Balls and Needs a Bottleof
I that CHAS. H. IirUTON.
sweat announce the disease : hi 1. Those who !having
1 printed answer the paper could | completed .
't' : \ 1 i+ prf'-font, combat it with Perry : the gradeof the public =chool wihI I'R,1'Il Turpentine !
A nay III' l'ainklll..r.111'01'1 trouble not go through the mails. .
t' -
I to pursue their tudie- further with "I Never Knew fain killer t'i tail
*, like diarrh?,:a. cholera tnorbus j: : home. : ,.
THE POLITICIAN. out leaving Coe's Book Store.INNSNIt11SNftNIN for Cleaning lied- r '
i *
J and dyentcry are overcome by Pain- before, what can the matter be? i
Those who with, with the aid ,
: 1 J. : *, or for ftting* of In-
-- I
the bottle? There.
killer. It h i- Where
iuilly healthpromoting
1 j: j In all climate-. i i( ICE-COLD WATEUMELONS AT i''of that the can careful be individual in imallerclaea.and attention I thought so; it I i-? not Perry )).\vis' :' ". Krui-es, or, anything f.'
given ') knows the value '
THE GABFIELD ICE CO>: 1 Painkiller at all, but something the .
-ioii. advance
a longer -e to of and '
'lurpetitlne in
:I: ; ATTENTION I thau J- for drugiri-t must have made himself .
r(" more rapidly po-sible the article <
I' get genuine >
Saves a Woman's Life. them in chool*. ; and I did not notice it; I have used Do you want a magnificent
t Ii I public Painkiller for year for diarrhea, for little money? If woo call I* put up by t'.eBuffalo
: I'upiN 1'( >dIlH,11I0.... 1 and o. To have given up would hate meant 1! 3. Tho- who are fitting thetn- ;! cramp- and stomach ache ana it Stephen, the jeweler. He will
selves for collfpe. I
1 1-' normal Jtath for Mis. Lois Cragg, of Dor- failed." I commodate
are to : ive a training "never you.
addition the usual
'f''f''e In to : instruction -
to begin tin Mond:iv, the 14th ('bl'ster.Ias.:: For years she had iu In1I"h.fdthematico.. Hi;- ,
; in..t., and continue for six wt't'k
; \ I i
endured untold
[ misery from a severe tory, Geci>raj'hy. Ijitiuetc.in-truc-
fl ) ;. :t This-clmol will he in charge of able lung trouble and ohstinate cough. j tion i* offered n 'tliiint itm tuition. I J. M. FOLKMAN
1 t. Instructor-. and we that much II ,
/ ; t hope "Often.( ." she writes "I could scarcely: in Greek, French Herman and span- I
1 I I benefit will be received by all who I breathe and sometimes could not i ih. The school i is conducted at the ,, I
Is Is"J will be fortunate t'1I.'uzh' attend I or Vest G.1d.dell T! / DEALtK: IffILL :\
I speak. All doctors and remedies failed i corner and Spring
t i the daily -eionof tin* -chool. ( 1
!till I used Dr. King's New Discovery streets, in a building which ito ?
All pupil who will enter the SUh *! have !''hm
i for Consumption and was completely I be arranged to adapt it especially to '
\ I PAPER! from the "
h \
u nf'cho"l l-
and 10th gride* No1 and i cured." Sufferers from coughs colds 1! the needs of the school '
It t ,- fi 5 Uf'Xlir.. and. also, the gr.l..1udtesRC II 1 : Manu(: ( '
!throat and lung trouble need this J The number of pupiN in attendance .
li-t y the United -'
U aidchoi1* :
I of *> term, are cor- --
is limited. Hence those deir-
for it
fI dinllv invited to attend. grand remedy never disap I
ij l : N. K. C KJ'Jj'Jt 1 points. Cure is guaranteed by W. A. admittance should communicate k\\ I Feather :Scroll, loc per roll.
< early a? ible with the Princi Co.
,; l'lltltrul'erintetH1l"nt: U'Alemberte druggist,. Price, 50c i I.t po Mfg
and ?1.00. Trial bottles free. I pal.For Dining Room Tapestry, 1.CO per roll.fc
it I further information term and
fi\.t I Need More Help. _. _- catalogue dJJi=- ) Guarantee it Ab (,lute.'
dimesi j Headache I Principal: or 1; I < Contractor for Decorating Only 10 Cents a Bottle. i.

pains.! 'nan.a. diz2nts<. headaches, Bill,June sc ur tomarh, constipation P I\'ALH.\\'H.-\LEY JR. II' 1 '
11 j 1 .\- i.tdl1t. CM Up I'honc tlt or Prop a Po tai
I ., !i\er complaints and bowel disorders. and all liver ills are cured ty ----. N I Chains
All kinds of
y, Such troubles all for The prompt use Hood's PillsThe ;1 Ball Bearing keen cutting tl All Work C. O. D. and Guaranteed. Marston
ef Dr. Kings! New Life Pills. They chairs at

ep ate gentle thorough and guaranteed n >n-rrtatms! : cathartic. Trice Lawn Mowers, at thei Corner Rajlen and Government Quina's. Prices are wry
.$ to cure :25: cents at W. A. D'Alem- 25 cents i 1trte's drug store. I| C.L Hood C-, ., Lowell, Mass. i Willis Hardware Co's ,I One Block Wen ot PostoCc",Right on the Belt \ .


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Gam- No. fiGOa.C i b '
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*. O'Kf M-, President F. C. NORTON, Cashier MARITIME. ;; i iI ;

S. j. ra HEE,Vice-Pruidenti M. E. CLARK Ass't Caihier. 'At the Soda Fountain


For July to date_ _f 5t3.j15I *

j T
When want the
"; Span fs Enero, Ntt, Delgado Snl'port"Ia you most
I Vera Cruz to Gulf Transit CoCLEABLO. f-
PENSACOLA I L, exhilarating draught you
i '" -- always want water.

I Br AS Kuremonc Castle, l il, Hugh (>y M 4 ;
H Sullivan: for tirt't'nock.1IIth l.MMXiu i It ; j f i. 1 4 1
1 sawn timber values at I'-! SI J
Has the LARGEST CAPITAL STOCK of any bank in the State. I Dutch si Dordrecbt!**, YUser, by Feesacoln I
Lumber Co for Mo. Norway with !
el to>. sIt lumber, 1442 piling, valued at S13It ,- "

Prompt, courteous and careful attention given to all business entrusted /)0:) bk VlrllDla.iItO./ ), Vassallo, by Rosasco 7fi7Pock1'
Broe for Havona, with 5'W5 c ft bewn limber
I iS54.ouoi. ft sawn timber Ifl.O.w! a ft lumber, :
to its care. valued at {I.:D O 2:
I BrscbMabellarlingill.Albury.by ms- i
terfor Nassau with blab and door work valued ;; '
i at Sl;::!&! .s
4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. 1 terse Aragonla,additional cargo for ADt. -
wvrp,IM.ouU s It lumber 1 bbd leaf tubacci f served at the fountain,
H'JO bbla corn oiL valued at 1I.9\II!
- Br 8sl.eonoraadd ion. cargo- for Lh'er.1 I
sparkles like fine wine it
I pool. 47>qr bales cotton 14 walnut log 1 I .
FAIRCHILD child's convalescence. Mrs. McMil !<.n i oakstavelv6cedarlogelaiOibaSous.'! I Is
H. only
B. 1 y bubbling! over
bold ,
Roods valued at $1A,4tH; for Kobe, Ja-
lan and children
are visiting rela- panlM jrbalei cotton valued at I'i.aii! ; i' with
t1 :r xx o ij s T :E n 33 n.SJ tives in Opp. total WU: l a pure ozone.

ROMAN STREET. l NEWS NOTES : Bottled at Waukesha Wla.
I Lewis Harrison, who has been ;, : IT QUARANTINE err I

,.. ,firs Iud Refinishing furniture a his mother Milton I FOR SALE HERB BY I
.1 visiting for the L Br s, Halopia. 154'; Burgess, LAS Valniae to k
Specialty past three weeks, stopped over in tie "- ... >-"'- -- ''' i iI Kn Uobinbon L. Bear & Co., Agents
:or bk Klgaro, UHJ Nielsen, PortlKliza- :
Pbono 4.0G. city today, returning to Mobile.Mr. Mary Holley, a young Creole girl, I beth br to order I j I ,,rG252525Z52S2
H Lustleigh - W. S. Keyser with hi;? two who stood high in the circles of her I 8 Keyser Co I'I ,
R. K. WHITE Br ss Inchmoor. :14, base fantcf, to1: .
people died and will be ------- -- -- --
yesterday --
I children, spent Sunday at Milton i! Haars It( 0 --- -

VrMuUr, Manufacturing Jeneler with his mother, \Irs. H. S. Keyser, buried this afternoon. '. <
end Miduate; Optician, :j returning on the City of Tampa this Police Officer Roach found a key l I''I Commander J H Hull in.pretorofthr I,i: 525252525252 j"

I morning. in the door of a Palafox street store Seventh Llgbtbouedlstrlet, tiasi&suedthe i i w. i .
. ..." haU! 't., Pea.aroIA, ru following official notice: I
''I Mrs Fred Clarke and children ofColutnbu early this morning. No goods were fensauola flay and Kutrance-Navy 1 aril U1 : : i I
;''Outtr Hank Buoy No 1/. a econd-cla can d; 1i
._ :::. -,=="="' =====<;....J""=' ? 25ii1 I -:, ja., who are visiting Mr. missed from the place. ''was I established June Si! !:-?; on the* he1i

.tr -\J! ', J. A. Chatlln, went to Milton .;atur- I A steamer from New York, filled I I following Deer 1'uint benringsviz Reason! Light: E. by X. ;
( 1, Hensacola Llgbt-Hou. W. N" W '. \V.
the: of Tan visit
day. on City : to
SlIl'IKTY EVENTS r rAND pa i out with miscellaneous freight, is 1 Knduf West (coal) wbarf. navy yard, N. :
> .
'her sister, Mrs. T. F. West. expected this afternoon. A full return -, buoy is placed at the eouthea-terly I I Ii

j The many friends of Miss Carrie car o is awaiting her. point of Hie tlve-fatbom curve off l'en>aooia 1 \
navy yard and marks the channel to tia- i 2:2:25252.S22SJ''
PERSONALS f Roberts are welcoming her beck The condition of ex-Mayor J. M. choraL'e! ground fur deep draught vesselg.MlTK'K 5 SSHSHSHS

from a sojourn of several weeks in Hilliard was reported as; very crit- i j, -TO MAKINERS. I _ ___" ____ '
the North Carolina mountain*, and ical this morning. Street cars have I
: i Regulations the Marine HospitalCT-
; ?G25'2-Ci2-c25252
delighted at her improved health. been ordered to ;slack sneed when I vice require the inspi-ctlon of vessels from
hifjui loreUii ports via domestic ports north ofttoultiern
\ K'.litrtviiteJ !1
Mr. L. T. Hemphill and the Misses passing the door. I i iJames Maryland, but via such ports al :
\ tin Miud.iy. Ship Island wtiere. full pratique is given
Hemphill were the guests of Capt. :M. Smith, nf No. :ill Eat; for a.outhernport.. inspection is not prerequisite MONDAY BARGAINS

.1 :M. Flinn return" yetert Frank Bughich Saturday, stopping Romana street, and Miss B. Under- to entrance i !

t \ to relatives, at NewI I over on their way to :Millville: wood: will be wedded in this city '! SUTICK.I ,
I where they will reside indefinitely.j Wednesday morning 11 o'clock. I' The" Marine Hospital (Service bas l.iUt'1I I

s MrU I .bert :-'ievn;: went j :\ G. Parodi, C. I. Helms.. Mr. Smith is a well known marine i| the"Coastln"s following; tjls which are known andi Being in Close Touch with All Markets Implies
i i which are in regular trade with Florida
:. !I.--a! i'.jint on the Tampa B. Morris, Capt. John Boodles and engineer. I 1 from domestic ports of tile United States,
rirayenter without detention or Inspectionwith *oI.*< Contant Opportunities. *< i ,
W. the business
C. Joues were -
among The funeral of
the late Capt. Ed. the understanding that if sickness of

I--- : r .:niello returned to j I visitors who came down on the Howe took place from St. Joseph's '{,|' any during character tbe voyage whatsoever to Florida shall ports develop shall To their acceptance only two requisites are enoential : SPOT UAHH and I 1

.. ,!..- darl7! O:1the steamer City of Tampa this morning from church at 9:3U o'clock yesterday i!1 report speclion to and tbe disposition.quarantine;. officers for in- RIO OUTLET. The opportunity wa Ol'RK-we had the SPOT

. .. Milton and other points on the route. morning. Men from all walks in life CASH Now have the
-,::,; I: j you tempting chance to save moneyby I

M-- \V. C. 1V-site and children Mr. G. K. Cummings, the well followed the casket to the beautiful | THE SHIPPING. spending it. See our big show windows ; they .

visit :j known traveling man formerly ofPensacola :St. John's cemetery. peak; stronger than cold type.
.*- ; -I- '. .l' .Iambus, Gi., to I i VESSELS FOKTSTEAMSHIPS. t

.,. d.1.kl:. relAtlvea. I accompanied by his wife Mr. Eden Divine is very ill with .
!and Miss Nora Francis, passed
: typhoid fever at his home West I
Mt! Eta Kuztfll ha-: .= turned (! through the city yesterday on the Komana street. His health on had Transit It .iibrrtoTreves,2.dT.Cornena Co lo Hull BOUGHT FOR SPOT CASH, : BOUGHT FOR SPOT CASH, .

'' L H H ry ; l I- t..ant and pr-jtracted way Milton to visit the parents of been the Br Batten Hall, 1X7H, U'eppener, to Ilaars:
II on wane for several weeks
Imnwody t (Hi
-i' t" frimJ HI Mobil :\ Cummings. ONE CASE : ONE CASE I' "
but has now reached a point where Br Chattou' SKI I !Sanderson to W S Key-
i A "
-- ser 0
MiAljua\ Wake of Molin-), :and grave doubts for his are Br Kgrnnnt Castle, Issi -Pugh, to Sullivan -
recovery ZAMONA
i If you feel too tired for work or Lumber CORDED I REN RON ORGANDIES. 1
: J .! n-if Miltnpad I held. Co al \at ::
;! :iMiry .i.-" j Br Earlswood, 14'111.) Brown to W B: Key :
"Uf it.city! :yi..w-rdiy en route |, pleasure, take Hood'"rarsaparilla- i ser A Cobpan I I I The actuil value is ti'4c' yard Actual Value b'j' and hid yard. Due
'111'11t : it cuestttat tired feeling. The first moonlight excursion of ,1 livan jracui,
the season will be given on the r.r Laii 'hani, lill.1, Keatherton. to J IIUI'I otter them Monday at !i eo Monday at6c .
\ .. :\tAtiltl...ndNtl l..t ....t'ur'1'tyt. steamer Enterprise Uerrltt Co
Vote for LEE DANIELL for Wednesday Am Pensacola. II.,... Leech to Gulf .
; 10
.: if H -'. u to''-;.'-u.l .t Vi.-iti.' 1.. night, under the management of J.j I sit 10tier yards : yard I
His I !H cots. Mis'( Haner toUulf Tran'l
with fri'JtnJ Commissioner.
a iii H' 'i in ire County E. Reed. See notice. The excur Bf Silverdale, 1711, Ball to '

i itive-. long connection with the com- sion yesterday was liberally patronized !I Lumber Nor Manna> iCI I, I..bri.t..n-t'/I. to Gulf .
V.StJla/ liu l r .':.i- r :,;,-:, iti greatly enjoyed.
, mercial and industrial ad- i i Br Twlekenbam,1G13. Davis, to orderi t.
i J' .r v ,,'.HI >L. #;)"!.t !., ..t.tw : ;'it.I" Nine

.. .: m-i: l4 at H -i. i J-r- -u- vancement of your city and time over young a keg men of enjoyed beer yesterday good I i i I Rus Fndymlon,12"!!HIt-',%Pellersln to .. .57 Pieces St. Albans' Batiste.. .. : :

\ C'. county eminently fits him for morning on the wharf. Their hilarity 'I, Dunwcnly Kings*County Cohr :ew\l. Sailer to Haari'l '
1 It was an unusual opportunity for us. It i i" also an uuuual fur ,
one vou 1i
U-l, Iat S ,
lasted Ocean M ten to s L i o
\\ II. 1''III."r! aud "'I uVu! a good while and no end for they are and l" values of
the duties of the office. He is a I BAKK3j I li"2 c exceptionally pretty deigns and colors ;
?" i i- 1: "ruing for Mobile to was in sight until Officer Connors, nut Australia, *. I

'i' T tiv dAY". They! will man of the people and will Kay and Roach went to the spot and j j! :-;Aviemore, VI lull Kaeerston Hansen to order order Extra Special at lOc yard, or 10 yards for 85c. j'
I It Anna K .Marie 41::, 'Tinto to KOBASCO .
.' I arrested the entire bunch for disorderly .
V- guard well the interests of the I Bon it
Aleiander l.a"'rt'nce.II;! Haaversen.
I H. IVirkhill i i.* :at imine ''tax for him II conduct. Mayor Jone discharged to W H Key>erl-o i
payer. them this morning with a It Hersigllere.. loll, Peebo, to (mars. Dun- 1 DRAWERS. I; ,t
i't few daypetit in i a sly A Co 01 f
means a vote for a progress caution to be more orderly in the It Klmstoiie.7C.i'apuro.
an.j.tIH! man i i.* interested HERE for
--t: town future. I I Nor Hugo. MW. Hansen toorderlien I I Sri dozen Celebrated Elastic I ,
II-lrll't. sive representative on thee I Norma, Wl, Alberfen to liaars.Uunwody we are selling (STANDARD DOLLAR '
Co Seam Drawers the 75c
The new firm of Green, Watsou k ttuf dHIRTS at65c. '
,', 1 urchill Mi C'lrllIbll: board. KhBB. w ;Jiyroos.: to order I I
Co., successors to R. Halliday .
be gone for several t !i Sunbeam. Andersen to orderIt I !
will throw their doors Wednesday Thomas, .U1. Lauro. to orderIt I !
d) n,; i I.* one of plea-tire Everybody has a right to a little open Vrrgtnia,51.1Vassalo! to Kot>asco Bros |, after this lot.37'sc. i :
of this earth. But and offer some of the finest b tr- Don't mi-* this
,mbiced.t piece they must IUHIoI>oTI: ] fight for it. They must watch their gains, ever placed on this market for Am Herbert A jo'ullt'r.fI\I4. a8i1. to order I Thiis the" lat week." pair.Every ,

t :M irques came over l chance to get it, and get it. the purpose of making room for new Br !-koda. ."T\ Lee, to H H L Co .

,' I Thos. Watson & Co. M"IIO'ISEIt
: -tt rdayafternoon fur { stock .
yi I to arrive. Call early Wednesday -I I Br Mabel Darling, Ill Albany to Simpson -
iIt f bt-ing in the city to, have some particularly fine bargains : morning and first to otter just now, and they invitei get pick, for i Am Mary Sanford 4-><, Mcliunaldtc4lno' 24 Pair Heywood's $3.50 Tan Shoes to Close I
tomorrow. i you to come and investigate same. I there is going to be a rush. They ; A Merrill CoNAVAL I tl

\ i McMillan: left yesterday.i. |' You. will never regret having done have an advertisement in this issue; I j at $2.50 per pair. :i ii : F i

1. in re-pOne to a teleiiinouuced ,'bO.'i telling about the sale. STOKKS-; MAKKKT.l i ....,...... ._ -_. _.._.,. -"-.. ... .. -.- .. . . .... ...- ,1. !

.A the very i Marston $ fjuina carry portrrt Dally for The Newt tj i I i 1 1..

4 .. :>--. with if one Mr-of*.hi-McMillan.: children[ \I the largest line matting, OFFICER BOLLINE'SARM Union Naval HOBIP.1ww. Store. Co. II I I W. J. & B. FORBES.i i 4'; : !

[ window shades etc. .. ; jl
M gentleman will beI'M rugs, ..... 1\ (., H.... ... .r! 7'. I
im the cityWe lay our FRACTURED WU .. )35i4 (j. ......... I 1\\ I.
1 tt at word from him '\I ... ..... 3 4i Y. ... ... .... jam: !
o.01 news of the matting free.A ''M. ; I 'J
K .... .: :..:..:.:::::: : i. U '.' ...-.:: ::::: } :h1 l If You Buy Them at the H'J*ton "Shoe Ktore.! :' Iij
I : I..... .._. .....m _.... :! r0 C t below.... 1 15 They are Good ; 4
Police Officer Bolline sustained a MPIIIITa TUBPlISTUI II-I::). } j ii

.. ., i I ::
severe fracture of his arm this after- ;
('lU'V NO'l'JCJKH. Satisfaction and Service I j ::1 r :
FRESH SHIPMENT OF I noon while arresting two negroes at -- I
N KITH: KK the captain.owner t
I the Union depot, who were fighting. nor of the 1 t ;t 1
a I conMifnewi pmiintern 11.11'1'L\ I.il : I
.. .
t.1I *- ( will 10. responsible f : f
f'L_, : : '_. The otticer is unable to be on duty 1 fur debts contracted .
-- - l>y tbe crew of aid vessel. j'

I Dr. Pierpoiit, the city physician, attended M II Sullivan K I.r/AKKAl.A.Captain' I Boston Shoe Store Shoes -. t j ; t
.. i I and dre--ed the injured lonMnnee. l-jj'lt I INKITHKK I ;

__ _. .. ,n _n_ ___ I'OI'lLAK. t ;j !
- - I member. : the captain ownersnorcoolgners I 111) .I i

f".1.- -.- '- (. = Kndymion: will of be IhHKu"sponsi-* ship- The eye i4 i sill: =tied with the -Uyie and finish; the foot H sathfld with the i !; t : it

ble for debts contracted by. perfect fit anJ absolute comfort; the pure is i catl'jh'ed! with a fair I is ,
tilt crew of said ve' H. ;
JUST( RECEIVED. !!THE WEATHER ".I'tlIIR.'S. 1 I price for superior hoes that will give tttter service \\1. 1 ,i I
H K.inr- fo. Captain.Consignfc. : 1 1t
12j4tNK11 : I than those purchased f'Io-ewhu... : I j. ; t '

FRESH FLORTOASYRUPf = HKK: the captain ownerii .............. ------ I I' .:' t i 'I'I
f i TODAYI i nor con lgne; ". of the Ku I I
hit Aostralia Kill be responsible J : j' If
1 ,I' f
f for debti contracted
I by the crew of said vessel, I BOSTON SHOE
f JUGS 75cts PER GALLON. \V. -'0 I .
I t'orpra.t-rair tonight : Tuesday Mia-ter Cnplmn. I:1 it
--- U-ilt i :

\vi; IIAMM.I: |RJ tixiMvra. and thunJfr-tonm: lit'Ut varlahltwiuds. NATHAN (;i. rnitrilii.Mii: : |>niiriHnr.eaders t t 1 I: .,.f ::1

J M. F. Gonzalez & Co's Corn Meal = Temperature in Last 24 Hours: NOTICE of Low Prices. 117 South Palafox Street. I ; I 1,1 : I .I: il ilj l

Minimum .. ..... ... .. v d."r"t' Notice u hereby given that the undersigned J I' i f'
intend to apply to the Honorable: L. i J
{ ixn.rsivr.i.Y.: : : Minimum ... Tadrgrrrs .1. Keeves Judge of the Circuit Court. t"j j FHK SANTA 1:093titl Fishintackleofallkinds; fir II id

cambia County Florida, at ten o'clock .
:\1. August lfth.lwr', at the court house in BATHING KST.AIU.lsHM fJ1j
Temperature Elsewhere : Pensacola. Florida, for a Charter for the and good crab nets at the islt

.IIU. Mm Cotton Number screw men's Two of Benevolent Association in the Gulf waters i is :j Willis Hardwaer Cos. I i
SOL CAHN & CO. | Atlanta .. ... .. st 7" which will bean 1'ensacola florida Hathin warm I i
; Association for charitableand conceeded to be the finest in the i # : i
linuiarek ... .. ..... .... '.' fn benevolent ise. chiefly to ; 1V
purp ;
Chicago; .. .. .... .. w 7Clucmuatl for each otoer welfare and Int..r.provide -, I world. Enrrthlng- plea"ufe with j VIRGINIA
.., ....... ..,_ .. .. ,-! ";tGalvettOn. and afford reli-f to it* member when SIck-! ;,I safety. Good board and lodging; by'' COLLEGE t 1 i ,

e STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERS Huron .._. ..... .......... ...... ........ '.sn.* """' I or tectiou In distress in the; also for mutual of aid end pro I;:i he day or week. Luncheon prompt- t'ur'Ol'SG L.AOIKS... Roanoke Va.: I t I
prosecution our calling as ) j3 i
"d..ounlll' .. ......_ .... _IOuhln.1l4. Cotton nerewmen in luaJing and ducharg- i i ly served at all hours, day or night. | ,"cbaols"pr.n. Sep for" i'IIQ I5'' J. d.Ts0fntb? ..leading t !II' i
.. .. M
Ti .
ity : ID cargoes.Mgn CHARLES H. BIRTOX, uth
? [I New building, : i '
v mer Pnlafox and Intendencia Streets. KeyV e.t .. ":" l-A mislead Johnson Aaron Pre- '| 2m-tf Manager. >' Campus ten a r*,. piano i.rai.d and. 'IUIT'Veens'lent ; ,
t ".' mountain
MemphiaMobile atber. /.act Mandville. Jo; H. Kelley Wil- In
ry Valley of Va.

4 : c 1 ;8. ?< k< Pensacola, Fla. Montgomery .. ft.- ,4:iSew Ham .Ko'ardStephen JobDHOn. K. L. urD Alkens.<>ttt',tlr.I oni. vVllinOlles. Taylor i j: The finest line 'of ;; rli-n2' silver !! Conservator rop..n and Amerran advantagei famed tea '. .fur.s,b"aJtb.f. m con 1U,:...-. 4

Orleans .. 14New ''' V. I). ti_mt> In.(wt'o. C K. Holmes, Wil- '! zoodt and silver novelties U to be ; Klocuuon. M.ul-nt. from I A" Millie aDd

York. \II f'' AI'avannsb '' ham Thavernot Thomas ah,citizens lire. Latimore.of and residents Simmon ( found at J. I. Stephens':; Prices to Korcatalo'oe Mrt6, thirty State*.
.. I I
:\; ""Ak.. S. I ... .J I all. '! MAlTihKHARKl8.Hreild.nt: i
.........Y Y Y ,| St.: Louis 1s I Pensacola.Ha. HJawI.- please ftoanokel'a.



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Great Brooklyn Bridge Webb
His Life a Failure Columbus Man Suicides with Moving Equipped| C ,

+ $ in Savannah. New York. July 12.-It is learned Vice-Presidcnt of Vomen'i Democratic Clubs of Northern Ohio.!
Savanna! Ga.. July 12.-His life 2 I Cure Many Cases of Female Ills. says The Herald that behind the plan

dismal failure and with a family of i Some Sensible Reasons Why Mrs. to equip the Brooklyn bridge with HERE ARE MANY the' change of life which VM
three dependent him J. M. Allen I great I
upon moving sidewalks are men of I TI sickly women between fist ipproichioj. While \is.

a young' white man about 2S years ;i I Pinkham is More Successful Than prominence in the railroad and financial I the ages of iticg with a friend I noticed

..Id.( of Columbus, committed suicide world. They have it Is stated that ih! was taking your
45 :and 55, but there are
fn the Ontral hotel on West Broiditrwt Many Family Doctors. perfected a preliminary organisation.' Tine of Cardui,and she! wu

Thursday night by taking an : and if their proposition viewed favorably -i very few invalids over 55 so enthusiastic about it tint I

by the officials of the i and 60 years: of age. The decided to try a bottU. I
ounce cf carbolic acid The dead man u.
Is sick-some dlseaNO her is fast
A ivculiir to
woman : sex develop-
of life frienced some relief
1 city who have to act change coming toa the lint
found in bed before 2 power ,
was shortly
in? in her system. She goes to her family physician and tells him a month, so 1 kept
: under her taking it
they will organize a corporation i woman near forty-
o'rlork yesterday afternoon, and decomposition story, but not the whole story. for three months and
I i the laws of this state and practically either now I
J fourth makes
had already st>t in. lie She hold back something, loses her head Incomes agitated, forgets local I year, tin. Laura S. w,!>/). menstruate with no pain and

had ubdifbSfd and was resting on bin what she wants to say, and finally conceals what she ought to have told, a concern. represe-i-1 j I her an in\alid or gives I shall take it off and on now
has been the
I '''t back in natural position. His feat' and this completely} mystifies the doctor. '' It agreed by will her a new lease: on life. Those who until I have passed the climax. I do no!
I tativea of these men that they
urea were not drawn and Allen was Is it a wonder, therefore, that the doctor fails to cure the disease ? with meet this change in ill health seldom dread: it now as I am sure that your
the bridge
j Still blame the for it is one year equip I Tine of Car ui will be of great txuirt
we cannot woman, embarrassing to detail
probably under the influence of liqujr very !1 I moving sidewalks at their own ex- live ten years afterward, while
I some of the symptoms of her suffering, even to her family physician. at this time.
i k when he took the acid. A half.filled i I pense. and will pay the city a woman who lays aside the active
This is the ft'at01l why hundreds of thousands of women are now $150.000i,
bottle of whisky on a bureau gate ev- : with a year for the privilege of operating I' duties of womanhood in health seldom Wine of Cardui Js the remedy to
in correspondence Mrs. IMnkham at Lynn, Ma>. To her they
M'lice of the fact that the man hail I can gi\'e.ewrr symptom, so that when she is ready to advise them she ''',, them. They have agreed to charge,,: fails to live on in happiness, re-inforce woman against the sm,...

taitfn several drinks before lying down I IiIl is in possession of more facts from her correspondence with the patient no more than 1 cent a person for each j years after she has: passed: 60. This' that comes with the change of ;life.
l to die, And the liquor piobably caus.'d! crossing. There will be total '
than the physician can possibly obtain through a jn-rsonal interview. no suspension
I ii truly a critical time. It re-establishes healthy fancti 'nj
SI2 him to doze off before the acid began toxet of traffic at any time during'thr ] I
Following we publish a letter from a woman showing: the result ofa after : of suffering.! In dt.
i i In its real uork. Allen left the'' progress of the work they prom ; Mrs. Laura: S. Webb of Toledo, years "J
correspondence with Mrs. Ilnkham. All such 1. tiers are considered | I
following written statement: I absolutely confidential by Mrs. IMnkham, and uv never publishedin is*, and the public will not even be Ohio recognizes the change of liteI this it has: eared thousands: of si.;.
"Am a (ompltte failure! and no Iit I inconvenienced than ferers just in time. Do not 'u
more four and she also
any way or manner without the corL-ent in writing (if the iKitient ; as a dangerous period
money to pay my funeral exprnses.l i but hundreds, of women are so grateful for the health which .Mrs. l'ink- i! days or certainly a week while the has: faith in Wine of Cardui. She until suffering is upon you. T: :.

It dos not matter about what is done ham :and hor medicine have been able to restore to them that they nut terminals are being put In place. I writes : ough preparations should bo r :\

i with my body I have a wife and only consent to publishing their letters, but write asking that this be According to the plans drawn by thecompany's ia advance. Begin: the \\ ..tfCardui ,for
frf two rlnMr: a1.111141 Seventeen( done in order that other womenho t-utiVr may be K-nerittd by their consulting engineer there "As I hid"always been troubled more

1 ttreet. Cblumbii. (;a.. and a brother irNVKuan. eq -rience. will be four speeds in the sidewalks. less at the menstrual period, I dreaded: I treatment today.:

l 41 (;a.. O.II'n.. care of () The outer rim on which the passenger'will '

'11 T. Williams also brothi-r.-- Temple r-----I -- -- --- -- -- I II II first step will move at the rate A million sufferirj

t ,t fJa. Lewis Allen and J. It. All.'n an'' I i I of 2's: miles an hour the second at WINE of CARDVI have Wine found of Car r<
a ,:slater Mrs B.V.. Yatfs A s.-nvife ; I ."> miles the third at 7i miles and tin

: f>t H. F. )1'Cains.Ii\'j) at Toiles fourth and main brit al 10 miles an -- - --- ---- ----
.d Park. (;a. hour.

9' "K S.-My room is paid for toned; Ont- of the company's chi.'f argumerts THE NEW GROCERY STORE.

In a l ltti i to his wife. which found II :It ,. I I is that the present condition
t 'l its! way into the hands of the coroner s ran bo more certainly and quickly'remeiPd o-0: : : : : : : : : : : :- : : : : :

e,1 J Allen saM that Le was !olio!t $110 m ht!: 41 Ity its plan than any other

account with the Atlanta Trading l that has been suggested. In less thana WILL MOVER
*t Lo Stamp company, forImh hi vas'! 4 year they promise more than 70.n.)0.

tl- 4I 1, : manager In Columbus. persons will be able to cross the bridge Keeps a Complete, First-Class, Up-to-Date Stockof

t every hour without crowding and with Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries.No
f CARVING KNIFF. safety for every passenger; more than .

+ that. they declared if the time saved i' 30 W. Covernment St., Salisbury Block.

: Negroes Have Fatal l ight About aPiece by each person in crossing! were multiplied
/ -
!t "f i of Chicken. by the number of persons ono: .

hIf Atlanta July 12.: -Alaraauzer Whit r s'T make the trip every day, the total

i killed Asberry Ilininan with a carving would be so astonishing as to stagger iCE AND WOOD.WE

.t knife In a fight in the kitchen of Fe!. any one who has not made the coinpjtation .

.I tom's restaurant last night. The twi .
y men were negro helps to the cook It is proposed! to operate the movIng .

a' Asfcmy human I put away a piece of sidewalk for about 10 out of every THIS !SI MMER THAN EVEK FEFCRE

1 chicken! at dinner: time and became ant :24 hours during the times of the

gryhn h* failed to find it for awn greatest crush of passengers, and tr SEND US YOUR ORDERS NCi/tf.

per. He accused White cf taking th operate the trolley cars as at pre".r.tthe

rhickrn and that led to a tow e Sl remainder of the time, thus givini? Thompson, Olsen & Co.Manresa .
In the fight that followed White -ullinman opportunity to inspect the sidewalk .

across the right side of th 4 and keep it in perfect operating! condition Street, Telephone 1.'; ;'.
throat inflicting a wound of whtrltlllnman

died at the Grady hospital art i i"ere When Other Medicines Have Failed

# i hour later. : Take Foky's Kidney Cure. It Las ESTABLISHED 1863.

White states that Ilininan dr.-w :3kniie cured when else! has dis --
t < is Proof of the Value of Mrs. Pinkham's Advice. evcrythin;
i tl rim and that then! Le picked up' appointed. Sold -by W. A. D'A'.tO-! McKENZIE OERTING
"DEAR Mm. PIsKIIANI have been taking your medicine for two CO.
1 1a
carvtnc knife bate : South Palafux
a to defend himself. 121 street. .
and write for in
months to you some advice concerning it. I am very poor
; t 'I believe AsUrry wag on the run health and have been for nearly three years. I am troubled with a pain and CI -DZALEftS ll- 0

when I cut him." stated White after soreness in the back of my head and neck which develops into an almost unbearable Medical Society, Attention.
w I the difficulty! "but he still had a knife" headache at time of menstruation. Since last August I have been Ship Chandlery and General flardoiare
There will of
be a regular meeting
f confined bed of the In I taken
Officers Itelden, and Dobbs equi'kly to my a great part time. January was very t ,
'; p the '' sick with one of my awful headaches, and lay for five! weeks in a critical she Pensacola Medical i hociety; at 80S AND 603 S.! PALAPUX BTIIEET.
py r on s scon of the cutting':! condition. Our dnetor;* were unable to tell me the cause of my illnebs. I hada the Board of Health office at c >i ........ ...
and -
1 White and linked him ups slow fever seemingly in my nerves with a marked bilious affrrtion. I was !)'clockp.m. Tuesday July 2i.:! A.GENOY
l at police barracks !! completely pro,traled. My physician did nothing for me but to put me to Visiting physicians are cordially REVERE COPPER COMPANY: JOHN A.ROEBLINO'8 HOJ.H CO.'H

+i Hinman was taken to the Grady hosI'.tal sleep said it was the condition of my nerves at the time of menstruation. I invited to attend GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RC8BEL A. SON'S PCMPri.

: in an ambulance. He bled was advised to take Lydla 1'irikham's Vegetable Compound and DR.W. C. DEWBERV.Present..
V. tot Sum Piliti Oils ItDticil
I death before anything could be done \v'>ulllike :your advice and to know the cause of my bad feelings. MKS. ficrdigi lojtrjEiolj, tarts, lic.irt l.ilit
1 FBA.NCKS: 1. 1tcUE.ht'ri.an, Mont. DR. L. DEM. BLOCKER,
for him. (April 27, I'JOO.) COMPASSES LOGS, ETC.
I! DEAR y(p*. I'INKIUM : I wish to testify that I have been greatly l ene- m25ttf Secretary.. C McKenzie Oertinj Collecting Agent for Bar Pilot Benevolent Aso
filed by the! use of your medicine. After taking four bottles I Kit better my -- -- ciation.

Not \\.hltt He "'ant.I.'fnln'r'l1li head and neck were (greatly relieved. After reading the testimonies in the MYERS "PRESENT, .

)c i i \ life N! full of uncertainties. book you sent mI believed that I had a tumor and a while after when

'. .. OMIcan never tell whnt: is something the size of an egg paned from me, I was. convinced of the fact. I BUT NOT VOTING The Star

", foin:; to hll'pl'lI.[ ; low feel like a new creature can jru to my work and can eat and sleep well, Laundry
i. .. a privilege that I appreciate very much." MBS. FKA.NCES 1. MvCuu, ,
[ ; owl.-Y I :guess tint'* "0. What Sheridan, Mont. Senate Bill 29, A bill to be entitled,
i N the matter ju-.t at present?
( "An act to railroad companiesin
Yerrin.'er-Oh.; iioiliiii much. Only UKW IU). We DATeiK>->nf'l with iheNttt'inal CUT Ittnkuf Lynn, IJOOO.u Biggest Busiest Best !
.I 1 called on old li'nifTatii for Ins clau,h- $5 0 0 0 tich uill t"'I'l\i.t any|xrm It h' IMII find that 11.11 above t..tunohlall"Uera. the state to erect cattle yards and ,
Jl" are rant genuine or were llloh.hell..f'Jre obtaining tb" wrlt.r'1'1..1. perI. their lines of railroadin
crossings on
IIT'S haiid. and! I got the di.i 1-:. 1'inkhaiu :Mc t foul iuMeuJ.-IJoiton TI'ansrrilt. certain cases." The Journal shows An
: Evening Call on
t. that Mr. Myers was present but did
;t l
fI..f I'niii <" lflS Sermon*. .\Aiilninl'i+ Memorial Mone.ID Acts Immediately. not vote. Pages 399400, Senate Journal Your Swell FrlcmUy

I. It wis I I-IH :>'wift'h..) pro.iclnil: a the center of a field at Waverfcill.Suffolk. r ',>s aI',- sometimes more troubles 1893. 23june1w K: e7 _.. Y+ t4l

I I charity wnimn "ii tin text. "He who I::.;' :IIHI. is a large flat stone e i .' 'h summer than in winter it's --- --- - -- l \, ;c ; 1' u will fiud will be warmly .

)it dM-th t" the I"M-T lemleth to the r..r.I" cm wins the grave of a marc that so l.an: to keep from adding to them 14 1 c-tvcd if you are well and .

f1' } <.i.t>th the dean after twice solemnly dit-d in b;.:!. in-criiM'd as follows: : vUiif cooling oft after exercise. One LODGE DIRECTORYKNIGHTS 9 + tit.

smiting:: the wunl* of Huly Wril..1 "My i, "l' k:1. She never made a false step Minute (Couh Cure cures at once. r dre-sed and your linen irrepr. ,

Lrtothn'I1.lf ."lIIlik.' the st.c lInt .. ,loun i iw I solutely: safe. Acts immediately. s, i .
I i \ : ) necli.-iastes: ill, 1:). .\ reference to ( s *.bitA woman <-f -fiuei
r 1' I ith th,' tlu-t:" Theie was a noble colI.M Pure cure for coughs, colds croup. OF PYTHlAhPenaacola
k chapter and terse shows tl.e follow: =;.:: x= alway irauzfa a man'- well bra '
'1' .L! tioii tit:,t d.iy in St I'alrkk's c-athe- the"ar am! lung troubles. Hargis' ?Y4
Tor that which Ufalli-tli the of
Oral.Curff. t-ous ri.aimaoy John Sheppard: and Sidney Lodge r\o.3. K, of P., ; tinct by the condition of hi- : ,

I I -- -- men befalleth beast l'\ell one thinsliefullftb t Kahn! meet every Moaaay evil I e t -_ : i and he goes into her pre pmored ;/..
them; as the one dieth so Ing at-: at Castle Hat !
'f Cancer, Blood Poison, Eating dieth the! other." This is probably the There' lots of money to be made la tae Bloant. W.:io! 1 f ._.f r \1 with beauty wl1..u I i- '
s > 4 Sores Ulcers Costs Nothing to Try. 1 tn real e-tlte-lot of Kalldlng. third floor collar-: and cull have btei dir ,
: A real
\ only instance t>f a text from the Scriptures estate v'liltlng brethren oordall: I
: I flood! ;P<>i-"M tare and deadly cancer. appearing on a memorial stone to -ign; i* usually a tln er-board to welcomed Le, at the Hur Laundry.
wealth H. .\. Lre
; Thos. Watson
the wc rt and mat deep-seated! an animal.. C. & H. HORBLER
'. Co.. the" leading; Heal Estate firm K. R. M..
bland cli-
: a-e* c.n e rth, yet theeasiest Cut this out and take it to any have some offers which it would ALL WORK C. O. D. Goods CallEd !for ad DeliTered 4 Ff r.f
I. t to elr.w: hP:' Kot.imc Blond ..ImSIOI'P or nw.lidnc.a"r! ;.r.G pet !I be worth your while consider. Go

I# italtn i is u-f-d. If yi>
!Liver Tablet.-. The i i.t hysi Tht- to-morrow. .
i poi-on. producin; user b'1I1 pains; : j < > ,
also correct Jiri'.i cf the stnniacli.Price ain !
+ imnple-v uiucuou-i pitches, falling WALKER INGRAHAM
i I : -3; ccn-s Marston $' Quina are sole .
a hair itehill: ,kin, ,scrofula old rheu- \
1 _. agents for the celebrated
-- ---- b the Gold
i matilnarotfett-iv-f'nnof --1 inh M. A.........
4.It" to
tr ,I ecao-" uiiciculH..df idly csncnr, ..:tt- C3 A. S T CD :n T A.. Odorless refrigerators, TABLE.
,' ii.jjbleeding.; festering M res, .well. Bean the 'g ft Ad Y: Ha A ei+S1CCtBlgnalcre
s- q t inRlinnjx.. rp'-i..tent wart: or -ore. : absolutely guaranteed or I.W.HARPERKENTUCKY LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROADIS

1 i t take Hotiuic Blood hair ll. K. B. i 4k.QJ !' money refunded. EFFECT UECEMBKK 1. 1MIc \
It will cure even the worst c't.e after J

iij everything eNe fail;. L'. H. II. drains WfllSKEV New Orleans and Mobile..
--- -- -
t the poison out of tho system and the I ---
blood then every sore heals making LAW DEPARTMENT \o.A. So.,. So.!. ,o.e. 50.1. N. A
I r 7:15 a UI m 11:05 p Lean. l'.t'oucola ._..Arrln firm a.. a
'" o)
I p
= p
blood and rich and build- I' !
the pure Golds r.roweeti 80' s 2:2 p I:"2 a Leave_.... lomatoIl Lease 2: ti a %:/11) p .( 1 P
I ,j in;* up the broken-down body. Ki>. -11.- 9eattelw 1 ItJa( I ': p ii5 a Leave Hobo.. 1.1' I.:at n't 1:::1511 A 'p
4 i tanic Blood Balm B, B. B.) thoroughly L -- __ MY3p I 7:"") a L.ave _Vew t7rl I""I1 Leave ";"p__ .7 .j a

teted for :W year Drug John B. Stetson UniversityDo North.
+ store, $1 per large bottle. Trial I _
treatment free by writing Blood solo EY Daeiiteisser Bros. I .
I Do Lana-id: Flo1-icln. | So. 2. No.6. !"I). I yo
Balm: Co.. Atlanta, Oa, Describe i 1115 p m UI pm I Leave.... Pen\acole ...ArrlT8 ':(q p m 1\ ,r. a m
trouble and free medical advice FOllRKs.. I'll. !>., I'rl'"lpntI.. EIT J. FAK1UII LU B., DeanTall e:16 a m es. pm Arnve. Montgomery! ..Leave lIU I m aaA p DI1I5iam
; 9A( m I Arrlve_. Birmingham _.Leave
i given until cured. B. B. B. does not T.TIU COIIHIUMK-VO' W"Mliu-vla> Ot-tolM-r 1 1J)0'J. kIDNEY DISEHSES 7a6pm 9:10a p m Arrive.Nasbvtlle..Lave tl lam 6J: pm
contain mineral potions, or mercury' 2t1: ) a m 8:13 a m Arrive __LoollvllIl! .Leave:15 p m tai I m
advertia"drelttedieido TWO YEAKs1'tOCR E-TbeLawDepartmentotJohnh. tetson l'nlnulh'. !tIns 1:'O a m 1I:5i am I Arrlv8..clnclnnatl.I..vll era
( m l1lf ID
;toO so many ), II p
; atwo-yeah' course. 1 It-hJin to the d > of I
; ( ?re:'' LL. B evt 7'I: a m 1:81 pm. Arrhe._ i3t. Lotlll ..Ltue 6:Di p m M.5!'. ID _
but i ie of Pure Botanic Ingredient. Y
composed HEIHtEE.jtI'o
( To THE BAK-The diploma of the Law Department of John B.
I .*. Over :3000) te*timoll 'lI? of' Hteton: I"nn"ersity admits to the liar art tlwi meet fatal of afl dktr. PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.
bv Botanic Blood Balm Fl'RTHERINF'RMATtONFortheLawAnnouncementoflaandaaotherde- -
cures taking ,
a sired Information regardtoitheL4w' epartmentaddrvjj: I&CLFOLEY'S so I-Dally 5o. 8-DaIlT ''So atop where time not boron So. I-Dally INO Sa-posit::
l 3 (B. B. B. ,i| ALBERT FAKRAH.. Dean of Law Department, -

1 OA.sTQXtXA.-:-: ,; De Land Fla. EIs 1 11:55 lti5 night pm 7:00 7:13: a It m Leave" .l'ellueol.Arrlve_. Ioh..mla: .._..... .. IO Jf1 Sn! pm to 41'14 fI.3oJ' plD
=T :.al; 11"11) h 1ltJ" It. .... Yntestra ..._ 1' 11)36 It A.1
} 8.111 tb its K oil Lou Nare Tsars d.u i 1 ;%:J It 7:1 .It. _Elcambla._ 10:x 5:57 '
r lai: to 7:25: ....._ Mulal _.._ It 19fit It b .5
I 8'utut i Tulane University of Louisiana. 12Aa: It T'29 -_ Harp ._. .._ 10:21 II 5w: !
', U.50) 7:85": .._._Gt! City .._._ II 1>):1$ A.t7
1a or morel rtfundcd. CooUlnincofoiztd Uoj":: 7a It __... MIItOIl... ". 10:1) AJ
Now Orlonns.I I:.) a m N _. Goo1 Ranle._. It __.. 6 !d
t'' Seasonable household raDldJca : byBtot >> ..... 1:5: 9 l5 _....._ .. t' 9,55 .::iIi!
2 5) 9.C) &llIlIian ._,_ Qi: ':11
11 and kitchen utensils at the I* phytidaos u the bat fee 2:13" 8t>! .S.. .. __.crestTlew._ :1I" sin
EDWIN A. ALDERMAN LL.D. President. a0)< to 8)11: ...- lJur Land_ IIM II IU '
i ItWD and Bladder troublu.MICI.
Willis Hardware Co.'s. \ r I'I: It 8:10 __Mosey Head..? bel II 14
iI 603" aai: .DeJo'unlat "
prll1lL. 8:1. t.N
I Full Courses in Languages, Sciences. Engineering. Law Medicine. Pharmacy Art. ..."M\ 6:1.: .. QU _'_ Argyle. ._ 7:.. tail
I The man who owns big own home i iI I seven Separate Departments., Sixteen buildings. Extensive Libraries. Laboratories W. A. D'ALE IBERTE. 6:e" 8:67 ...Ponce d. LeonIS 7II":! cal
sad for
Workshops. Splendid Department Women in Newoomb College 1i:00" 10:10 .._weatvtlle.- T:11" 15
I Insarea himself against low of j Tulane makes leader In all vocations. Its facilities for Instruction 5:09:/ N.n Caryvnle--_, 7:11 It 1.4.
trouble and worry. Nobody can In the !outh. Eighty-six instructors and li3: student last session. Many are unsarpaised Ii S3 II II):') _80nlfaT... a. 156" I r.fIi
# I, raise his rent and the rent day has In the academic department open to Louisiana boys. Expenses of scholarship scholarships undent All creditors legatee dUtnbateei and )) 10f1 It --Chlpley _. eJr1". 14
all persons having claim or demand I:') 11,11' It _.._.Cottondale._ Does
him. It's to 1173: for session. Board and lodging in dormitories at low rates. Opportunities afforded ;14. lt.M
for owna
I easy
no terrors academic studentsfor.elf-betp. In the Academic Colleges no boy If fgflnettheesuteof Fred liauer. deceased 7:00 II 11:25" Mariann 1 fI" lt.lt
home now-a-daya. Thos. C. for college ",.ork. will be turned away from inability to pay tuition. Neil wperlyprepay: session be are required to present them to the nnder- 7:50 11:45 It _Cypree.... w 681 11.&.') a.e
& Co. can tell you how gins octooer 1st. Send for signed within two Tura.I 7:61) 11:5: .". Grand Rldge_ A:3:: ". 11.:1
F Watson Catalogue.Addre. ,I MAX L. BEAR I 7 Sl U:06 noon _._ i 1e.:1I: 6:1 I, i)
easy it ... Call and see them. !, R. K.BRCFFSecretary. I I JlOoawJw Admlomrator. IU" 12U It A.rrln1nhncUol1L. 6111 It lbl1: It

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!I WOCDBURY'S UNIQUE SCHEME Advice to the Aged. other primary election will be held on I ;r !' -.t

the 12th day August, 1902, to choose ; i f
r. Will Photograph Atmosphere of New Are brines Infirmities, such M stag between the two candidates receiving l' "' ,
P fish bowels, wcc!: kidncvs and blade the highest vote in the July primary 'I !
d Ycrk
To :
1 Locate Microbes.
der and TORPID LIVER.Ms .
/ New York. July 12.-John M. Woodbury The voters of the county at large ::1- .t
r shall rote for the chairman and sec- ,
? commissioner of street cleaningwith retary of the executive committee and I I i

a view of locating microbes and'thereby Pills the voters of each precinct sball'Totefor 1 I ;I t

removing the cause, to far ispofrfible I a member of the executive commit. t.

has conceived the idea of tee from his precinct- and the candidate I' I

photographing the atmosphere which for the executive committee receiving { ; :J t

circulates! in the streets of New York. have a specific effect on these organs, the highest vote cast shall bea 'I I

By this stimulating the bowels, causing themto member of the executive committeeuntil for Infants and Children. i'
means it Is hoped the deplI.I't.1 perform their natural functions a&
his i I
successor shall be chosen In
went will be able to analyze, ultimately In youth and"IMPARTING .
1 and the year 1901. The Kind You Have Always Bought has borne the signature i f!
I to regulate the condition of: VIGOR- Qualifications .
of Voters. !
II the of Chu.. II. Fletcher, and has beenlade under his f ) :
atmosphere thoroughly and beneficially to the kidneys, bladder and LIVER. Those, and only those persons shall If
I, as is done at present with the t They arc adapted to old and young be permitted to become candidates before personal MipcTvi>>>ion for over JO years. Allow no ono : ; 1 : ::1 : : :

I water supply.! I or to vote at or participatein to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and !t 1, : .

HERE'S A BABY +i, Gelatine plates one foot square have Another Solomon. the management of this primary "Ju..t-a-jjood'f: are but Experiments, and endanger the s 'I j' "
1 .
| election who are white democratic electors
been health of Children ,
set up in different parts of the A horse dealer in a !Scotch' town -Experience against Experiment. ; ;
duly registered for the election\
Mother is Well. city and left exposed as traps for the'' having hired a horse to a solicitor the I j +
in in the year 1900, or on the The Kind You :
atmospheie and all that it contains.' latter either through bad usage or j 14th days of 12,13 and HaveAlways.Bought 'i :
June who declare
'leilthy: because during the' TLf st- plates are not connected with acamera some other killed the horse, J'
itton its Hiftlirr usrthe'1' I cause their adherence to the principles and 1 Bears the Signature of .; k [ i
but are intended only to accu when the dealer! insisted upon payment organization of the democratic .
irely vegetable liniment, iMother's | party i
? mulate and hold all the germs and par.tidfs by bill if it were not convenient national state and county, who if '

Friend of matter that may come to I I to pay ('alO b. they toted at the regular election : : ; ;

j|, their surfaces. When a trap has been I Tie lawjer had no objection! to granta held next preceding such primary i j I'

'nil is a !soothing softening, ; left long enough to have a reasonably | bill but said It must l>e at a long I election then voted the democratic J "j;' 'I. .

lent, a muscle maker in\i.:- |I large supply of prey, it is removed to a'i I Ii date. The dealer told him to fix his ticket, national state and 1

-Ltner. It puts new power I i laboratory, where it will be subjected'to I] own time when the man of law drewa county who are by the lawsof Forlover I' '
the state lawful i't
electors of In Use
30 Years. t
m-l Lips of a coming mother. a microscopic examination. Any I promissory note, making it payable I
,1 there iII the election district in whicli they .. ,,,. ... ........ .. f
externally only that be on the day of judgment. r c..u. co" Vt .u. MCW.OIIN e.? t tT 1
germs may will
)I offer to .
rote who hare
str.dluu! ing of na.t'l1mgs, paid their poll i i ; f'
An action raided when the
be cultured and than photographed was so taxes
i legally due not less than ten -==- -"" '
1 1n --- -- n --- -
tie itmvnt at all. I r
I i l
j jI licitor asked the presiding judge to..''days before such primary election is I
the mother i
luring gestation i i
.' the tlNjwisjtion and future ]I Morgan Has _Britons Guessing! i I look at the bill. ,I'held,I and who shall, when challenged 1C.GOO fro. REMOVAL NOTICE.i J'. :

th it is one reason why moth- ', New York, July! It.-Reports of the Having done! 1'0. the Judge replied: 'by any elector pledge in writing, upon Awarded at Paris I. ,

'.. Itt h their condition and I IlIt'r J j acquisition of the Cunard line by "The bill is perfectly good and as 'oath, before an inspector his honor to I / Dr. G. H. Tuttle : : "

health that of the child :'| the Morgan combination can neither this is the day of judgment I decree abide by and support the result of such '

,, tie]*'n you pay
IM confirmed nor denied with authoil- Dr. J. G. Heard
and l Le III therefor. I ,
TV melancholy. ( i ing i

'" > ;; ( f heart anll peaceful i i.tlier's 1 ty, says a.. London. ..... fable. to. The Tri _. -. -- ---- ---- 1 i The inspectors to conduct this elecItion 'i' fiUIUlAROCHEWINE '

\I Friend can and lull; bune. The revival of these Tumors will be selected by the committee t DENTISTS. I j .

I'.L !rill,IIO\\'II jains, rK.rn- if: the natural consequence of the tak: TH PRIMARY at a meeting to be held at the j t I It
KIMIIIIK 7 and II, laconic Tf 11I1'1('. tAll
irt 'trt'.i'-tandiii'-omiiu art among thR colonial premiers on thasutiJM office of Judge T. R. McCullagh, at7:3o CORDIAL

ih:_ \M>iiilerI'il\ remedy of p. m., June :24! 1:1": '. This com'mittee branch if surgical: "p.,8I1n and f !
t steamship ldif'tl. HijheM
!; Theyare recommendations for curt of Poorness Mtvbancallrnttslryprtlormrdwithtetb- $ .'
.it S'i .' ...r li'itlle '' will meet at of I t
| i i Judge MeCul- Blood Stomach troubles and General DC"in uicnl fkill. <
t I
1 ...k"n"th :rhooil"free. : unwilling to discuss any plan or CALLA lagh's office at 8 o'clock Saturday Incrtises the irretite, strengthens j It .
policy which Includes subsidies! for ELECTION the nerves and builds up the entire i> tcrn.S3 Special attt-ntion glvi-n to Children' i i
. tO REGULATOR: CO.. ATLANTA. night, July 19. 190, for the purpose of Tt'"lhl.old Him Porcelain Killings, l'JI'IIIl. I
: any line running between British anl canvassing the rote and announcing rap 1)r"uotPARIS I and Bridge \\ork. i ;
American and ---- i f
ports are leaving thrt >
in-spectors I I Oc.iMatrnal'oulpetrntEyetpnltnl.:
K. A
Cunard managers!!: and shareholders to primary election of the democraticparty will have then and there the

t.lOr,1 '..rl"'* iirnu.y "0- work out their own salvation, without will be held in Escambia county retains of said election; it they hare I Telephone Nu i7M. ; i I,
help from any portion of the empire not been already forwarded to the .
Olio In rurlinnirnt. Florida, on the 15th day of July A. D. chairman'< F

> 1.i! > ,I.l ".ping| : pailia-i iI i| There l't i!' now a general understanding 1902: for the purpose of nominating I I I. of this C. committee B. P.\I.IIII1.L. '

'.i 'i.:IitK-nili ctntury.riuimii 'I among thp colonial representatives candidates for the following offices: I i DAN MURPHY, Chairman.
.. that the imperial conference will ANTALWMiTLfw WING HOP
: in the faces netact I i One United States Senator. i' Secretary. t I r 11& I
subsidy question '
1 :.. ir *pet.t'hes. Slack: \ upon the since,
1 Colonial Secretary Chamberlain One Representative in Congress 3rd tiny Capsules aresupcnon ,
t him that indignant; j ji.intly prefers '
District. INSPECTORS AND CLERKS. [to Balsam of Copaiba .
to hathe colonies agree upon -IniforUrs and lu eouiplainiiui. 1
1 ; i One Justice of the Supreme Court.One t I Cvbcbs end lnj! t. to then and he a gt-neral scheme before the coopen'tion !
Secretary: of State. j TVy nre iu 48 hours the
Chinese and
-- in sulijfttSn;{ them! '!i !of. th 8' ljritj!! ji government 1 I., def- One Comptroller. The following named persons hare 'AfI" 11TP'11.re! with..ji wy tnL'OII. Japanese !

.:;iativii of a sharp I initely proposed. Two Railroad: Commissioners. been appointed by the DemocraticExecutive i
Committee of Ebcambfa 4 .. ,01 0 If' 'II nmiGGisTS Fancy Goods I !
-. II I Ii One State Senator: 2nd District. '

i .' .,- iwri'.s, the n',Me Poisoning the System. I I Two Members: of the House of Rep county of, July to conduct 15, 1902 the, in primary their respective dec.tion --.- FINE CHINA TEAS, I

I' resentatives.One .
.t till t11 an angry: It i is through the bowels that the precincts under the rules of the 31 South Palafox St.

., Mtion, and Lord i body is cleansed of impurities Constipation One Tax Tax Collector.Assessor. i' State and County Democratic Executive ;' Every Woman Laundry Office. Peusacola, Fla f

r .<' to uiuiiiiur 0011 j keeps these poisons in the ,, Committees and the instructionsthat ,,
j One County Treasurer. 'I 11 tntt-ruu-J tlinold ktxiw I .
( system, causing headache! dullness: II| Commissioners will be furnished them: i't'I V t t about the wuinlrrfu) NOTICE. :
Five County :
1 t. .1 ,tb! r grumbler! .awl melancholia at first, then unsightly -| Boardof Precinct No. 1.-O. C. Clifford Jno. M4RUL Whirling Spray f'
Three :Members of the County
eruptions and finally serious :M. Rich Sr. R. L. Rob 'Lf lirw> bll*>rl. Jlli'K I have been authorized to take t
't lit'I' gnarrt1r !; inspectors; ,
j Public Instruction.One I ul.il .Mrr'Ma. Id- A} for Wm.
subscriptions JenningsBryan's
ji! illness unless a remedy is applied.UeWitt's erts, clerk. \Ij .ert MKSI C'7 'antrmrul
: I' i' Justice of the Peace for District w*,/ L lMuw.Luutt,, paper, "The Commoner.The .
Little Early Risers prevent Precinct No. 2.Frank Marx, Ash
,. \ .' li.tl him {of' No. One. I LI for.11.If price is $1.00 per year in ad I Ii
this trouble the liver our A, .
by stimulating inspectors John .
jCravey ; Da'enpOlt'l ,.
r I. :a : '10.1 attfiitUiii | One Constable for Districts Nos. 1, 1 h .nn. '''I'I.IJ 11 vance. Those desiring the paper I
and promote easy, healthy action of cleik. 'McR1L1aurplau I
'. Lord | 3,4,5,6. can have it pent to them by seeding P:
utt.lck other hut wnd fit 0-
: .1 \\I : utanip
the bowels. These little pills do not Precinct No. II. W. J. .
3C. ,
i' One Chairman of the County Executive I orett, IU'r\lf'ol! .I1-.I..11 It g trefull }1.00 to the undersigned.
I act violently, but by strengtheningthe p.mruar.lud'Auw'nnr: in.
Wilkins inspectors; C. H. Kupfrian, I
York.J' H.M. RoniK
0 .\ tli' solace bowels enable them to perform Committee.One cU-ik. ralnablNlpladlra MRtlkO.<< 1
of the County Executive Care Daily i'eW8. l .
Secretary Room Sic Times ,
Bldg. New
't that if a their own work. Never gripe or distnss. Precinct Xo.S.. P. llendrix. Mark :
PIt t tU. ir ; llargis'; 1'harjiiacy, John Shrp- Committee.One member of the county executive Hard, Jr., inspectors; John Langrcn

yard and Sidney Kahn. cleik.I '

.i \nMiinr A I'rcitlinr Jnpnursr .illiell.e.llio Committee one to twenty in and inclusive.for Precincts Nos. I: Precinct No. :5.-A. J. Imsbee.. B'Weaver I THE GA DECTION

I ".1! i i I"sr >\ !hIt Japanese: luv; lie Chinese. are The State Executive Committee has I: inspectors; II. F. Frater,

: i 0' i ; '!'ufi.r.v, nf ul'jcl to a I'vuili.ir! disease c>alK' l presiribed the rules and regulationsof I clerk. oOFoPensacola

Ilia: ., uf Xnah kil.Le. in which the patient Is the tic- the III'imarfor state officers in- | Precinct No. G.-T. J. Davidson.C.Hj

\..Ti -i I J 'zul;: at :i' .:an of ui incTfi iiig h.thary1111; eluding the State Senator and members j Hobbs, inspectors; B. M. Bonifay Florida.

"r i .1- i .ii j slept! until 1 1! of the House of Representatives I clerk
and slow tU't'iicratlou
w*';iKius< a of Precinct No. 7.-John Hammock.. -- ---- -- ,.
.fl.. > ii au Siiiish| : ar- tli.- rer''ons stoii.,. It is said to lie and the County Executive Committee. \\'. Norris, inspectors; Ed. Camjibtll.cleik. Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus. i
at held in the office of
Nuke him. a meeting
i i i isiic
imto ating rice which i i. the staple ,
'. County Judge McCullagh on the 2Gth .
"-'VY' akt.1 North. \| f''nl cif the country, anil can l he ninclitiratcil. Precinct No. S.-Oeo. Gibson BudProctor
r i}ht,'lllizalnth.." day of :May liM'2::; provided rules and Beautiful Lots for Sale. ;
!. if i.nt eurttil l. liy a chance of in accordance inspectors; Taylor Crabuee .
regulations as follows
't>launrd the prime I cl'.et.: London clerk. .
.h't! you let mtre1'tr"r. i with the State the Executive platform and Committee regulations for the of Precinct No. 9.-P. R. McNVill: A. J 40x137% feet at from $75 to $200 each, accord /

\ .-'" \ Tlrrmtnie Morr."What's nomination of candidates for Tax Assessor Cowart inspectors; W. T. Dick, cleik.i ing to location and
surroundings. i
II i Precinct :No. Irt,-C. J. Ward! R. Ed- : j
the matter with you: Tax Collector, County Treasurer -
I "ii'
Man In the H.i.mi. dings inspectors; II. H. Bryars. clerk
"1'\I! just I'c-c-n asking old Jerkins for County Commissioners, School Good Neighborhood
: Exceptionally L
U.tke! up, Jeromlah. I I Precinct No. 11.- E. B. Lee, L Beautiful View .
: his lau Hoard, and Members of the ExecutiveCommittee
a mail in the rm.m.'h'tir < ;: I 1! :\Iimms. inspectors; J. B. Stewart High Dry Fertile Lands. ;
".\11.1 he gut up rough chVHe : 1;
clerk. .
and lifV trying;: candidates i for ---- ,I'
I of the
The names
.. t a ft-w Minks of i>lf 'ji.i tli.tflt'r In- hadaid 'Yes' heiasi'ttyt these different offices and members -i Precinct No. 12.-J. L. ScholU, J. (-;. The i .. ;

it Itts.location upon b'iliug mo the story of of the Executive county Committtee must Oliver, inspectors; JD.. Bejses, ehrk. grandest opportunity for investment ever

I his life and it took a full hOllrI :"- | Precinct No. 13J. r., White Sr. offered in Pensacola.
be printed the official ballot to bE j
1 Cleveland Plain IteabPr.1 upon j .1. A. Fisher inspectors; J. Emmett ---- - 1.
I used In said primary election July 13: ,
Days. 1< 02: and no blank lines will be left i Wolfe del k.I Home Seekers Should See These Lots. '
:, "I am using a box of Chamberlain'sStomach I l'rE'l'im'Xo.. H.-Jos. I. Johnson
is here and the chit on said ballots, and no voter will be
: and Liver Tablets and find i Dave Kugleman/: inspectors; R. C. .
write the nam
living! out of doors. allowed to tote or
them the best thing for my stomach of candidate on the said ballot Caldwell, derk.Precinct .A. -V.Clubbs.I

un 0 lualthUr place fur I 1'f'f used" says T.Y.. Robinson unless any the name of the candidate be :No. 13.; -:M. P. Palme,

: uiih to guard against o Justice of the Peace, I.oomis, Mich. Mansfield Moreno, inspectors; }.'. M

'.' i.li'iital to most! open- These tablets not only correct disorders \printed on said ballot. to have his Whiting, cleik. Corner Garden and Alcaniz Streets. ,

-timly etjuals' !).:Witt's of the stomach but regulatethe Each person desiring Precinct No. 1G.-J. G. Howard C. .
election I
s.tte: for quickly fctopiiinxine liver and bowels. They are easyto name printed on the primary Flowers Inspectors; J.V.. King I
ballot as a candidate for the above BKENT. WM. H KSOWLfcH, .
chug.-r! of sn- take and pleasant in effect. Price clerk. { V.C. W. K. HYBB JR., J H, KKEHK ,

r.' > For Buts scaM J.!;:; vents pr-r box. For sale by all county offices and executive committee I'rr'n't0.\ : 17.-K. .\. Kuhen. J. A. President Vlce-Presidont, (ehler.. An't I'Mblet,
shall file with the chairman of this
i 'i<.Ml lI t'Witfs Witch druggists and medicine dealers. Hendrix inspectors; J. L. 1I0H. clerk
V.T sores cuts anti': county executive committee on or be- i I Precinct No. IS.-John Gibson H. T.
fore the noon hour 12 m., on the :24th i 11'V
I H Johnson;; Swift Enterkin inspectors; J. M. Harrison First National' Bank : ;

4 nnifily on the I j i MYERS DODGES AN day of June and, A.application D. 1502, his in notice writingto of clerk. i :
< ur- for piles! and i I. Precinct No. 19W. II. Trimmer STerry 1
have his name so printed upon a
!H. ware of counter- Jr., F. M. Wood,
blank to be furnished by said chairman I f fDIRPJCTORtds
!I1' John!< 1\lV- '
.lImay. accompanied with a sum of lerk. I OF PENSACOLA. FLA. : ;;
'. 1 ,
Kahn Precinct No. 20.-G. W. McCurdr. I I'I'I
1 I money, assessed by the committee as '' : t ,
House Bill No 162 A Bill to be follows: Daniel Bowman, inspectors; 1)1.. : ; ,
'' i
M fRS FAVORS FATPICKINCS 'entitled, "An Act for the protection of Each Candidate for Tax Collec- i i I Mayo: cleik.I C. B. PARK I HILL I I WM. H. KNO WL. 8, W. A. BLODNT, F. C. BRENT ",V. K. HYEB, J& ; ,

{I discharged employees and to prevent tor . . . . . $100.00 D, G, BRENT 1 ;
'' j n.Irm'IIY.: Chairman.Spcl'f'tary. "
and for other Each Candidate for Tax Assessor 'I
FROM LOBBY black listing purposes. j I : ; ;

. . . . . . 7300j 23jtf
I: On the passage of the bill in the sen- I.

SINo.i 172: To be entitled ''ate'Journal Mr.).Myers did not vote. 22june2t(Senate Each Each Candidate Candidate. .for. .for County. .CountyTreasurer .commissioner . .:;.00 POLLING BOOTHS FOR THE PRIMARY. ,''! rriii n A :optic bonu 1 __U_U t ad olt. ; j f tg9'We

tD define lobbying and to . . . . 10.00 '
tAe measure cf punishments Each Candidate for School 1, Following are the polling booth designated s f
draw oar own Bills of Exchange on Great Britain
O Ireland
convicted of the same." C.A. B 1" RC: 1L.Beane hoard . . . . . 10.00 for'thf primary of July 15. ,
the le h.:"d Yri Hart EArls: !9up[ Each Candidate Justice! of Peace 5.00 Pn-cimt I-\Ix.: School house I, Germany, France, Austria! Italy, Holland, Hpaln, Belgium, Russia, Not = :

\ 's passage the vote was: ; cL Each Candidate for Constable. 5.00 1! PrecinctKupfrian: Kupfrian''1 way Sweden. Denmark and other European countries."Vedaela : r
#was l J
: s-s.' Borden, Bryant Coulter Candidate for members of the Executive ,,, Park.

"' Kmnie. Pirrong Rogers, Committee are not required to Precinct Windsor. School House Disbursed! upon the Mast Favorable Terma, and theft i f I
; Obligations Taken Payable at Port of Destination Ten or Fifteen DTI ''i i! \
:'\ Wolfe and Yancy-13. pay any assessment.As Precinct 4-Ferry Pass Itlberts'l i after Vessel Arrives there. :
.' soon after June 24 as possible a Old] Place. f f
Brett Cal- Beer .
essrs. Bristol above-named Precinct Roaulah: School house t.
list of all candidates for
-. Johnson: Kirk MYERS. positions will be printed in the news Precinct -l'owelton. Cantonment 'Safety Deposit Bores' for Rent in Connection 3 f J'( t

, 'tti, Smith of 31st, Summers papers; and the chairman of the committee Precinct 7-Pine Barren t"'f Mar. with which we have a Priwa Apartment for theUf* : } ((1i

"'san-11. (Senate Journal.) That Made will give a receipt for each kot. of Ran....!"... i 1 ,

nonce of candidacy received, and if Precinct! S.-Cral,tre<\ nnmes's: .

after the 24th day of June any person store railroad.

A ways Keeps It Handy. BHHWH I r 1110U U .'Iaims that his name has been left Precinct :D.-Bluff: Springs the <:snal !
ifl> red! a Inns tim mmm riff of the list of candidates published, place.

his claim will be rejected unless he Precinct 10-Wardt Hollami Ward ,
4 pails u.il gt urral! Writ NwUT for hatxlHII ,
tat "
holds a receipt for same from the blacksmith shop. .- .
II iiirmtM ratanjitiM*
: Ilnl:1rilto! II1tlits -NVICTORIA- Chairman.if Precinct school awl vhat Irani fnl NFAPTI'Tt': J
11-Walnut Hill 4 we
err Iron ir pti n. aDd 1 1b
\\'. i Verona i DI '' we inre fur **> nx ,,.
>acniK. rrnt t
] a larger number if candidates house. ocr"(4'4. W Ki.rl/....,lipnn .tea. {I .
i ago I pot her to tn shall be announced than were contemplated Precinct 12-City, In'"' ndi-nola and inM-r;jf s but (,' MoD teA..r. tiff f !.!+' aIr I. ...-.
1 / or MUf 'it I'tr'uiilliwt I
\\ better at once and l '
j when the above assessment as Alcaniz eb' (otllo"l"'U..1

!L. ,.t 8fv rnty-si\. eats I MADE BY ACME BliKWINO CO. made the committee can. if they see Precinct 13-City, Garden and Pala-! imn .n-ntff. ..t.Ifflu rr. iii un,.i,.I.in 4T.IV kniwa niwirt., 1.1: Un I 1'1.f 1'ali KnuYirta. Lake' I I.la Ir ,j. I\

cants: remarking that I.1 IM fit to do so cut down the said assess fox. t_1 "jMMnlnil..rlauliIui itwiiiii. ,I', ;. ;

I "'ffects. as :she has'K '! Hisl: 1O-CF\T: UOTTI.E HKKUIN ment. The voters of the entire coun Precinct 14-Pat :'IlcHu h's store Ro- 1 of liver-tdwtawLtuulrwwsrsotS R. ,- Yc a 60.1'lrrr\..,'. M-l rnttoy : 'f j I
.iiM! I fcandy." Ho not' above-named .i. Rrt -It'It a ,...uI.to'.1 a:'I r f'
TOWN.IDANNHEISSER. twill rote on coun- mana and Palafox. P- J1nr.LfuLiaf.wto: r. I' .
t. ing symptom r.!o ,nfficers. including: the chairman and : Precinct l.'i-Maloney's store Intend Ba."T ; ; ;;; \ \ '.
If your sti mac b is BROS !5ecr..tarof the executive committee ncia and D'Villiers.Prwnet w l ,
.c1th will IKso"'l. Ko-iol! 'i ii except the justice of the peace and 1C-Pinp\'i1e.! the usual r '
h and strengthens
(constables and the candidates for a | ; :: i iw

-' 'tineinir !'ood. It I I. f Harper tetei-- county office! who shall receive a majority ra"Pr..l' nc.t 17 Brunt's, Spoon's black .11 :j : : T|k i 3|
,' ,
.' H Phar- that in a /
mdii.n. Mr AO>!' L. lUICllLNCiS.' U"-" "JtfWf WIIr'ua; U..t ...1",, >t i<
arl 1 at.'! Sylneynl Main Houe-401 S. Palafox street. office shall be declared the nc ninee PrpclnLt'III'Da'ld., the usual b- 1

I! R.R. Exchange-Opp. Union DepotP. of the democratic party for that office.In place.Precinct. SALVONA SOAP CO., Cor. 12th 5 Pins Sis, ST.: LOUIS. MO. I F i

O. Box 2M. Pensacola Fla. the event a candidate does not receive 19: -Molino. Ward's store. I I. Jfj

ttrnrtt.. .)!'..,u.Ja.r.J rttglr.way: cC.uL I Phones 116-268. a majority of the rotes cast an- ,. Precinct :')Flomaton, Century.

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GRAND RALLY OFDEMOCRATIC ,,., ,,fifffiffiifffiifiiiffiffir -

J. C. GREEN. '' W. A. WATSON. jt V. V. WATSON 5
4 i :- '. .


I I. PLAZA-ALL DEMOCRATS Special Opening Sale

This Store


The Democratic League Eaean BY THI: MW rnoi OF .:::::i :.:i> (

bia county will hold the closing rallyof

the campaign in the Plaza tonight GREEN WATSON & CO. i:I I

i and democrats are cordially: invited By the Best Store you know of hereabouts.

I -,
t to attend. have been very busy during the past week taking stock in our recent purchase of .:::: of treating with t
I Among the speakers will be Senator WE :::'I; Compare our way you the ''est
1 ; the Stock and Business of R. Halliday & Co., but will have the work finished Tues .

j ti t H. R. Mallory, Scott M. Loftln, day nizht. On WEDNESDAY MORNING we will throw the doors open and will start III(::"I

Ii { J Henry C. Clopton and others. our business by giving a IlL- I treatment you ever got anywhere. Match our

1 F r NO CHANGE IN .:::' prices up with the lowest figures you know of.

To make room for the BIG, NEW STOCK THAT IS COMING Every lady knows what ,

Class of Goods the firm of K. Halliday & Co. carried, and will all be
i4e PRIMARY RULES a Superior they placedon tell
M i Sale Wednesday at SPECIAL PRICES. Then let your own judgment you, if this IS

The special session of the Demo- i, the right store? If our way is the right way of Jt'

cratic Executive committee called YOURS: RESPECTFULLY GREEN WATSON & CO 11II(:::
."." 4 selling goods.
r by "Secretary: Dan Murphy in the absence -.::::. :
) 4 of Chairman C. 15. Parkhill, ***** -

,,1 was held Saturday night: with every rn'AwAMmAwrnmmrn
It fs, precinct except No. IS represented \ MEYER SHOE CO. .
-- ------ --
,}t 'i I tF ., either by person or proxy.
r i J. D. Waters; of precinct No. :2 was = =-==--= =========== --- ----_:-- = =
' Feet FurnMier!* for t'a h Oul,.
1 I ,' to preide.The

, ,I object of the meeting was
'tf' I :, stated to be the reconsideration of --.

I t'$ ) i r.' the resolution tabled at the recent co
l\ :I : meeting which provided fora modi- W 'eWWiiWi W, j
{ rl
. i-.All II ficatiun of the qualification require ,. >

ments fixed: by the state committee. The death of two prominent and
THE BIG STORE Big Clearance Sale 1
t'i'l Committeeman Charles Abbott of widely known citizens occurred in ;
;. .. ,
,,' I Millview moved to adjourn. Com- this city lat: night, both demises
!j Uiitteemau Cal Tippen seconded the.:, having been termination of long !

I ( motion, which prevailed by the following and wearisome illness. 1 Case Ruby Batiste at 5c yard. .todies' Shirt Waist.

Mr. Will H. Watts died
le vote: shortly 1 Case Fine Swiss Lawns at 4e yard .
4 For adjournment-Precincts 3, t.;r, attar 9 o'clock in the room to which .

7> b, 10, II, 13,1: ;i,1s-111. I I I he had been moved on Hayue near Latest Novelties in Belts at 25 and 50c. .",* DEPARTMENT, .."* : > -:

'" ( .taint adjournment-Precincts 1, Belmont street. The young man's Washable Taffeta Ribbons in all Widths ?

ttv( +; ,t 2.6,9,12.11.17,19! The committee then, 209.adjourned death is peculiarly saddening whenit Velvet Ribbons in all Widths. MONDAY and TUESDAY :>

is considered: that besides two

U brothers two sifters and parent, he Lace and Embroidered Binding. o-AT-o II( '
leaves behind two young children New Materials for Wash Skirts 10 to 20c "

and ol the most devoted of
i ASSOCIATION one Lace Mitts and Gloves. l. FRIEDMAN DO'S. B*
wives, formerly a Mi** WatkiD of ;

'r. L -- Kentucky. Lace Stripe Hosiery; 15 to 50c pair. I

!!+\a Secretary Watson in lIB 27th aniiual During the past few weeks; tr.1 !
Large Assortment of Ladies' Lisle Vests, : 100 LADIES' WAISTS, worth -jOc.T'cand

;1 Ifl I ) report to the directors of the If. Watts had been confined to his I ".00, all to go at. .. ...... ...... ...... .. 35 each : r
I Fine Goods 6 for $125. .. .: j
;i l Mutual Loan and "Savings A.* )cia- : room and a number of times it was .

f. 1 \ tion shows; that association H in a ', reported that the angel of death was 100 Bed Spreads at 75c, 90c and $1.15 ,, 100 LADIES' WAISTS, worth $1.00. $1 1 25, SO'each
Il I 50 and U i.; pach. all to (ro atONE ...... .. }
dil very healthy condition. The gross : stalking near. Yesterday morning, Mosquito Canopies with frame, ( ;
'-I profln for the past: six mouths were however a decided change: for the \ ..t ." LOT OF vLadies' < ." :; j

.:; $H-l311 and the expenses f''lj"j :!,j. worst became apparent and relatives ; $125 to $175. ; -?

.1" : k. 1;JI, Loans during; the term amounted to 'i who had not been previously notified 'J) Made Bars at 50 to 75c. : \Wile Duel and Pipe} SkirtsSlightly \

V I.; $11,010 and the amount paid forma were summoned: by wire to come at ,
; Bobbinet Bars $1.90 to $5.50.YOURS ,
1" : Soiled, worth |1 iw. *1 2J and f 1 50. :; )
c' i tared and withdrawn hares was Mr. Watts, a brother, l sac
!rl!t' ;' once. George I all to go at : .1, . : each1YOURS
r last'! ,
, 1'kCJj i ticket agent at Chipley, arrived ,
'" '; : SecretaryVat=on in hi- report' night. .a
.. toa1. ::: TO PLEASE.
i ,I I The young; man lingered: throughthe ; \
I Ik'
: ; : "1 here: have been: i,..ued dace the 1
entire day, clinging tenaciouslyto L. FRIEDMAN & CO.
:tj ij! J[i.t! organization of the as-oci I:ion iu I ;

hi' i I I. January. l1-9, shares to the number life but death came when Uark-: !JUiilinin Iolit0on & Sou. YmAwM1Mwm '

;. il "f IB bio, the total receipts from all nes had fallen over the earth.It )

I .:, ;. sources bein tws.oiM: I aud the expense can bo said that there was let
,ti Ih of lardllugsune amounted to __-__ ------ --______ ___ _____- ___ ----4
in this city a more popular young -- _._-
- - -- -- --- -
a fraction over one and s half
a per:
I II railroad employe than: Will Watts.
I is:. i: cent. The loans which were made HORSE SHOEING. i 'l\ -Rl\f< \
His po*itimis a* bagga-re; ; agent aud I hake Into Your SIIII11
I In. during this period fo >t up 71.W, 50fi'l Crab nets and fishing \I II u iVrfUt fV1
tfiat under the same: mauagenlent, avi-taut to the ticket agent brought Allen'* Foot-Ease, a powder. It1 i Mr. A. I.. Woolen, who is well .
L \ tackle to suit everybody, at I known in this city as the ben: practical ,
: ; I;;:' and practically the sama directors, him in very close contact with buth cures painful, smarting! nervous feet :> hor"e. hote>r in the city. i* now ">I''
fi'l i jI! the "Workwomen's" and "Mutual" transient and local public, and to and in rowiu/ nails, and instantly the Willis Hardware Co1. in charge of our shoe top at J. M. ,
1' ; .;: 'I' Building sociatiom have handled takes the sting out of corn:* and bun- Howell' old stand where he will NICK'S f
: have known him was to respect:I i be pleaded\ : to see hi* many friends.BHIIYEK ,
iouIt's the comfort discovery
r*\ t ; ,\ nearly two million dollars of the greatest -
him. His death while deeply regretted -
of the Allen's Foot-
i. ) 1,11 i people'a\'in;; during their exi-t- age. lljot j 16i
"M ;: II : er.ct. and loaned to their member by the public generally i. Ea"e make: tight or new shoes feel''' ASK YOUR GROCER FOR (f fI I
1\ \; \l1\ upwards of one million dlhr*. nearly very keenly felt by the Score* of easy.: It i i" a certain cure for sweating Thos. C. Watson & Co.,
it I i I I I I the leading Real Estate Agents,take umiuiTiDAILY?
callous and hot.
: ; : 1, one thousand of our citizens haicg \'- here aud the tired, aching
1 I / railway employes cti all the worry oH the shoulders of the
i ''i It been identified with ;>:anif. and 1'eu-acola divi-ion of the L. & N. feet. Try it (<)-iy. Hold by all owners of property, manage the ,
{f hared profits amountiu to fi'Tfiosl: 1. druggists and shoe store:*. Don't, (renting of their houses and the collection -
I. I without encountering ICH-CS of any The body, accompanied by relative accept any substitute.: By mail for. j of their rents as conscientiously -, 1A
I I moment durui-r the two decadeof ;. Rev J. M. Dannelly, and 2ic. in stamp! Trial package FREE as they would them elve .
't t Address, Allen::;. Olmsted, LeRoy, Their charges are very reasonable ,
f their exi-teuce. Philip M. Bill of Northup & Wood's N.Y. __ DAILY MENUS J

J I '.ii4 \; U;, IEm/.lU., : undertaking parlor; wa taken to -- I Comprise all the Up-u< :2
{, i --- Chipley on a special train last nightfor ; DANCE AT Hotel Camden': Date Dishes the Markets -
; .. :. A i'oiwiiMHi* l>rii|* still Krcelrt.11.j MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY Q
j;; I t,\I : Many people are brought up to believe interment. I NIGHT TlLIAT:; !8:, !*: :30 AND of the World g|
I : : that curbs :i iiecity of lifr, __ 9. LAST: TRAIN RETURNS AT CAMIHIX; ALA15A3IV, Atford. to
'. i and the strong hold tint the-driii l.aoa -> 11,1); TICKETS :'JJ; CENTS, AT
;"'-,' I I the system makes ith.tC"tll) ->eniu MRS. F. C. HUMPREYS. DEPOT. I Is Now Open to the Public, n
l< t : : ; grip even when one realtzeaitln- I ISIMVU
;1 ellect 1 under the Ladies' Private 3
: jurious I management of
: t "f i A lady iu HuabOlwritl', *:-"I had ONE OF MYERS'VOTESAGAINST
,1 t' i used colfee for years; it Denied one Surrounded by a lame Lumber of THAT Dining Parlor. :
i. 11' of the necessities of life. A few WORKINGMEN MRS. S. MIMS
children and grand-children, last CANBEU5ED WITHOUT( COOKING
,,5 ('. ,H' months ao 111hpalth., which hadE INO GIVES COUA.S CUrf5 Sel R1S IN0 OTNIADIUWTIfAGCICSTNEfpNMf0 aw
: I been slowly failing! became: more evening, the soul of the venerableMrs. House Bill No. 225. A bill to be en- APPEMAN Of.tMI I of Pensacola, Florida .
i .: impaired, and I knew that unless relief F. ti tied "An Act requiring employersto I
C. Humphrey! passed into t Regular Dinner 2/
'I; came from snme3uurce, I would I ti Daily.
I:\, I goon be a physical wreck. I was! the great beyond ending a lip of give cause of discharge In writingto RATES REASONABLE, -
1 weak and nervous had: such sick agents or employes when dischargedif ap
t t. J usefulness and terminating a long By the Day, Week or Month
; II headaches, no ambition and felt "
requested to do so. Mr. Myers Short Orders Promptly f
C i tired of life. My husband was also spell of ;sickness.: She died at the voted against this bill and it was I I Table Furnished with the Best the Filled. Night or nay ft,.
j'" losing his health. He was troubled
I home of her daughter; Mrs. W A. killed in the senate. i Market Atfurds. 4
: ao much with indigestion; that at I
t times he could eat only a few mouth- D'Alemberte.at the corner of Wrightand ; (Senate Journal 1901, page 1369.) Public Patronage Solicited.Free I -- ... .
I If lfiKomthlngGoo
lulof dry concluded bread Alcaniz street. The funeral i The Best Laundry Starch yOU wishyou'll nod It at irfi"}
i + We that coffee: was the Market. Sample Rooms. I a.
slowlypoisouing us and itand will be held the Pre* on I
t I stopped services at bj' ALL Wno USE ATOMIZERS in Nick
I used hot water. We felt somewhat Sunday Rates Made to Traveling Apostle'sPopular : :
eating: nasal catarrh will the
teriau church at 5:33 o'clock this
sal i1 4 better, but it wasn't satisfac NO BOILING NECESSARY. : Men
{ Postum bestresult: from Ely's Liquid Cream
s i tory. Finally we saw Cof evening.She Restaurant"t"
I ; ; fee advertised, and bought a pack- Balm. Price. including spraying
8 ;; age. I followed directions for making -, was the wife of the late Major tube .5 ts. Sold br (druggists or The ,only Starch Manufactured ISLAND, N Y, '

i4 carefully, allowing it to boil F, C. Humphreys aud leaves a large mailed by Ely Bros., 56 Warren St., In the South, GOVERNOR'S! .-Sealed propos 1)11111111\\
twenty minutes after it came to the i! als, in triplicate, for furnishing forage \r ffrV) \)\ 1/ '
of children and other relalives New York. Build
number Help a
i. and added ] I up
p r boiling point cream j and straw required in Dept. of
y ti which turned it to the loveliest rich I to mourn her demise. New Orleans, Sept. 1, 100). the East, during year ending June
1 looking and tasting drink I ever saw Messrs. ELY BROS-I sold two SOUTHERN INDUSTRY.Lay .30, 1903, will be received here and at I will repair yoar watches a,-3
bottles of your Liquid Cream Balm Jewelry in first-class J 16tephene.
e I' at any table, and we have used Pos- : places indicated in instructions is- style
Lightning Destroy Ginnery.
to a customer, Wm. Lamberton, 1415 .
since. I five
tum ever gained pounds Hampton Ga., July 12.-Lightnln Delachaise St., New Orleans be has sufd hereunder, until 12 m., August
; I
iG' in weeks and
in weight as many 7, 1902. U. S. reserves the right to
has destroyed the large ginnery of Z. used the two bottles, giving him
I eel well and iu ::
now every all
reject or accept any or proposalsor
My headaches have: gone, T. Peebles. 3 miles west of Hampton. wonderful and most satisfactory re- Save t.
respect.! sults. OEO. W. McDtTF.Pharmacist.. any part thereof. Information Money %?$
and I am a new woman. My bus-,. The ginnery had the latest improv3 the dust. rOll furnished on application. Envelopes
can buy
band's indigestion baa left him, and machinery. The plant was valued al containing proposals will be endorsed ture at Marston $ Qwnn s
h he can now eat anything" Name: about J3.000\ with only $1,500 insu. ICE-COLD WATERMELONS AT garden hose at the Willis "Proposals for Forage and
given by Posta'm Co., Battle Creek, ance. StrawatJOHNSIMPSON, Great Furniture
F !I itb. I i THE GARFIELD ICE CO'S. Hardware Co. A. Q. M. 0. 10j4tA5a2t num.

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