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 15, 1902
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889.
General Note: Description based on: Mar. 5, 1889.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002076174
oclc - 33669261
notis - AKR4558
lccn - sn 96027213
System ID: UF00075893:00886
 Related Items
Related Items: Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola evening news

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BALFOUR SUCCESSOR ;I to The Daily News. -STOP- ITI! !:1 I MERCY OF BIG STRIKE : :r I ii' i ]

,I New York. Jury 14-Foreigners are Watch and wait for the manufacturers I ,

fleeing here from Venezuela, cables outlet ale of men', boys' and i --- 1.. J I'

Change, In the Premiership of Great the Port of Spain. Trinidad, correspondent children's clothing gale I commences Twenty ; f t : r
of The Herald. There is \\'edne-dlY.: July 16. | Freight Hand If i (,
i Owing to the dullne- in the I r
surprise at the smallest of the United ) .t

Britain. States naval forces in Venezuelan wholesale: clothing market one (IfPhiladelphi.l' lers Out. '

waters especially at La Gua>'ra, largest; cloth ing' i 'r i ::1': : !,
nanufacturer ; .
where the government officials a-3 con-igned to u- i
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said have forty-eight ca-es of clothing tobe ,
to repotted to President Castro I I.
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will be Sir :Michael Hicks-Reach's! sue i I -
Daily! News I that they cannot control the revolution retailed at halt manufacturers"!'Special to The New f I. i
I ('t>jsor. The name of P W. Hanbury, :
prices. It will pay you to take 3
oJ president of the board of agriculture oft I i Chicago July 14.-The second weok! :
ij H-The marquis Puerto Cabello. Campano and Bar. a day to attend this big; NEW CHINESE L : t

!.. iqued the premier- !i is frequently mentioned I celona are without United States war ale of clothing at price never I of the freight! handlers' strike began

.it Britain and Ht. lIon ships and the residents are exposed to known before in the hi-tory Pent" I' t today with 21J.Uuu nan idle and shipI -
eacola. The
order i
( iveil Them. ;
the first lord of the HISTORICGAMPALINE I great dangers! and: "!,ell Them Quick S- here I ping at a standstill. MINISTER I' i'l ; I

government leader in theo they go. Clothing price paralyzed : I The railroad warehouses were all I !

iraons has been appointedim. !I i Ranger Sails To Protect Americans. lu cases men's blue and brown I 'most as quiet as they were yesterday. s

FALLS Panama July 14.-Acting! on order Linen, wits! made with belt strapi I i to far as the regular business was I I. ,

from, Washington. the United Stat.-s all thoroughly shrunk ; old by mot |'concerned. At a distance from each Special to The Daily News. : | ; 1 j:
of Salisbury tendered --- i iSp'ial retailers at ?3 ;;0. Our i '
la : price suit
iI I special! reveler steamer Ranger, no.h"I"f >x' #j 1.UU. per I warehouse was a company of pickets IV'kin! July 14.-Sir I'ia'n Chen, secretary ,
audience whicU '
i ji at an tn Th. Daily NVws sailed! Saturdaj for Chiriqui to 7 case: Men's and Youths' light posted; to Keep freight from entering of the Chinese embassy to th j \ ; !

h .:i Edward last Fri I .\nwr or leaving the bheds. Near the depots coronation of King Edward, has bees '
I Venice Italy. July 14 -The Campanile protect l'an intere.-ts there It Flannel hulls, ju-t the kind for immediate I r

I (detached bell tower) of St. :Marks I II is reported that General: Hern-ra. the use. Worth *5 CO t ; our price, were guards of police on duty to appointed Chinese minister to the ill

Balfour! visited the I church collapsed at 10:41: this mornIng revolutionary commander, has decreed per suit, 90c. protect the men in the warehousesand United States to succeed Minister Wu. !:

ted the premiership. that all 3 caes men's blue Middlesex Flannel : to quell disturbance which Mr. Wu, the Chinese minister at 'I ;
.t 4. c. and fell with a crash into tin produce is the fe )perty of his any ;;
i plaza. government whether ljuging to r.a- fruit*, SUPS 31: to 40-the suit youpay might! arise. Washington, was not surprised to hear a '!
$10 for. Our price.. $5 V)).
The Campanile, which was entlrM/! tires or foreigners The United States 1} cases men's durable Pants, assorted Gangs of non-union men brought of the appointment of a successor t( I ,

I detached, from the cathedral, collapse consul here H. A, Gudger. goes to styles, all ;go at (We.To into the city to take the places ut himself, as he has been expecting anarrouncement .t

where it stood and !is now a heap of Chiriqui un board the Hanger and he ; men's Pongee Hilk Coats and the strikers lounged about the ware- of this character for ;

ruIn The cathedral and palace, of I will take some important papers which V ests, worth $150; sale price, $1.80. bouses or in their cars: with scarcely come tim.. He had received notice : ,

i the Doges are quite safe, but a corner General Salazar, the governor of Panama All Clerical-cut coat and vets at I anything to do. that his services would be required la '

of the royal palace was damaged. Repairs I Is sending to General Herrera. It halt price, namely: #lU.t>I') garment President Curran, of the Freight another capacity, and for this reason :
for $5 IK) $* 50 for J123 I'+ i a
; garment
Is that ; i Handlers' union appointed a committee has; been prepared to hear of the t
on the Ca.mlanilere to have presumed they include rAm'I
[ i peace I:;.ti garment* for *i.-;-l i). l
1ti been commenced today. It is feared terms. As soon as the Isthmus is 3 cases men's fiue Wor-ted pants, i to visit! the various railroads but Irg of his successor at any time. Sir I "

\ I( I there was some loss of life. The :, pacified the general elections will take broken size, worth from *3.u) to I no hope was expressed that a settle- Llan Chen, the newly appointed milister. t

j ruins are surrounded by a cordon cfi I Ii place and i-ongrnes will meet ant decide $;v UO. Take ;your choice for $l. 5u.o I mt'ctYould be made today or even this: is a comparatively >Dung man, ;'

i troops. The first Intimation of danger the canal questionSTEAMER case men's Mlk Ve-t; about 30 week. The line between the opposingparties being only a little over 40 years ofage !
l styles to select from none in the I I f;
!i was the sudden appearance yesterday i iI i was plainly drawn today, and
e 1 lot( worth less than: fl I, 75c.: Sic.; $1
of a longitudinal crack !In the corner;': Hundreds of men's Alpaca Coats no move of either side was made to I:

of the waIl facing the clock tower i PORTLANDy Vetsome worth $500; ); takeour cross it.Wholesale. SIR JOSEPH I

and the breaking of two windows A | choice for 90c. houses made practical'v!!

concert, which had been arranged tl'i,i YET IN ICE A Word to Mothers-We will simpIv no attempt to wnd out freight or to

ua !t'e held on the plaza yesterday, wastopped give; away four ca-es of Boys receive It. These big establishments I LITTLE DEAD I ; H

-. by order of the prefect, with ] All-Wool Kr>ee Pants, worth 5Uc. were a1! but Io.d down. The strlkahas ,
1 to .;c. a pair-at lOco a pair while
1 the object of cost thun hundreds of thousandsof
preventing a concourse t ,
Special to The Daily News they
of people i ; dozen blur and dollars already and they stand tj ,1
j 1 black Serge Special to The Dally News: t
The Campanile stood opposite the S..attle'as'I1... Julys 14.-The steam- Knee Pant, worth !sic to JUW, all togo lose millions should the condition

.. r AU'\, -hurfh, or cathedral, of St. Marks. It I fWAS r Portland sailed for Nome from Se at 19c. per pair. which prevailed this morning contin St Joins, X. F. July 14.-Sir Joseph "

.' 'h.r, "' ,if pr' founded in SSS, restored in 1 ".9.1 j attic April M with 1.0(1i> tors of Thousands of Boys' Knee Pants I ue. The loss in wages to the striking lenathis: Little! chief justice and depa.
freight: SI tilts, sizes 6 to 15; at less than halfthe freight handlers! and their ty governor of Newfoundland died today
with including miners'
j' .n "t. .'. wit: !1 s''I ::111 ? | ;prrl'ied' a marble top in 141? andi, supplies liquors sympa I
1517 and vtct-tahles Six price you have been paying for I thlzers the teamsters, to the railroadsand I at the age of f7. :
), I' M.in?*-,. either pubicj! i in was crowned with the figures hundri the same wits.La'It .
of The'l, I Il an angel nearly 15 feet high. put at Franc
"I nut"I a" a oEjuriieJ: the truei will pay merchants to attend
I Justice
Donald M rison !

r ''r ""iii. of Dire from I.rd l los-tta or vestibule on the east side ': co. Of her 111) passengers 46 werej thi* RIg Sale a radius of 300 estimated at considerably o\'er $1,00) vacancy ; t,
iu of the Campanile booked at San Francisco, the miles Mail orders at a day. The situation ia admittedlyvery has not vet ht>t-n filled Sir JosephLittle's .
i :ry t -i A J Hilfonr The ocirhan was/ once a rendez-j j remainder promptly

":;j'" t.l1j "I) ,.I'J'\'t whatever 01 vous of the !Nobilia and afterwards a : at Seattle The vessel was commanded tended. gra\1'. death leaves Justice! George '.
for by Captain Charles Remember this sale begins Wednesday Commission merchants on South Emerson the only surviving member i i
waiting the
Th-. only otherr room guards during :. LindquUt, '
: r' a'tin.-t' thus far the sessions of the great council. i a veteran Rehnng sea manner. morning;; July N5th. Water street declared that usually animated of the supreme court bench. The ells I
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THE "M. & 0. CLOTHING STORE, ( nation !is unique, and rails for the :
"i.- :,jnot ilorshlp of tho There were bronze statues of Peace The steamship wa caught by Im- 323! :South Palafox brevet, opposite market dead In tiroes of early ftllir.g of the vacancy's ;

-: v:.' tiAfl IIl'kj\e3cl! Apollo Mercury and Pallas on the coping mt-IIi' ire flows in Behring strait' ou City park. commercial peace this street '<* one f>! \\ !rlodges

'I y though others are of the Campanile, and, its fin0 June 3 and wht'{: last seen was drifting Your money beck by a-king;;/ i if .' the most congested in the Caucasian the ourt being necessary General to constitute. I ri ;
Attorney W. If.Itnrworul
hronr work was much admired. At J northward! into the Arrtif sea goods are not found a* advertised. world. Today in front of many of ; I

i : !JwvjiuK the first I the top of the tower a Ire watchman I The t'nittd Stat>.s revenue cutter The. the stores there was not a wagon and Premier Sir James P. Winter t i !j
and former Attorney General and
with tis started ir. but ofI i scarcely a (crate box or barrel ofi ;
*ers at the foreign a ie-copa was continually sta- pursuit no trace i
GREAT BRITAIN Premier Sir Whiteway are mentioned! : :
.. i produce Some had few berries ;
i i I.n., informal them tinned I the ship was found and it was b. I' a

:: .t 'loot on the Corti ( I; lieved she. had been crushed in the icn i brought by boat from Michigan an 1 in connection with the vacancies. t!

.i I Sir Michael ,; :' pack and all on board 1 lost The rev. MUST ACT J I Wisconsin, but these wren about thJ -. ... '. # i t

?uM on Thf I CIVIL SERVICE ] rune utter Manning: ; now at San i only fresh arrivals. Thirty cars of New Boy York.of 10 July Charged 14.-with John Arson.PrI/an!, achulitij r I "

Francisco. is i under orders to pail:! fjr -- I highly perishable stuff was reported 1 '
faced boy 10 years old. hat j
>wed little: interest I Ing in EXAMINATIONS : northern waterto aid the Thetis i in I on the tracks, while many more car bei.n arrested on charge of arson. If 1 .
whih 1 ;searching for th<> Portland and the Spicial to The Daih News: i containing! commodities which will 1 '
: was sum- I the bo)" .! statements, in a confession i iI
The new premie' __? j missing Jianie, and is to sail on next Washington! Julv U.-Steps havel'fpn :, last a few days longer lay abandonel' said to have been made to the police ,

1 the t Wednesday or Thursday taken by the state department i i Of today' arrival by rail only three
f'Onrf'n'nce ro )''f'Si.a' to Tile Daily News. j | are to be believed, the boy is a meu* I
'"i i..e. actonipanled by I j for the extradition to the United'States i car loads were rarwl for promptly, her of a dang"I'IJ111 gang of jouthful '
Washington July H,-The report i i These contained: live
of It
1 i 't "IttrP. Sir; Iha'ir.r \ 1 : of Colout-l John F Gaynor and j poultry was I firebugs, who have roused large Ion
Chief Examiner A. R Severn, of th GENERAL| CHAFFEE said that the humane society\ wool
l Londonderry anJjiiite Captain Benjamin I). Greene now under of property and possibly the dO'atht
civil service commission for the YE-ar' II not allow them to perish, and a permit I Ia
: an ovation\ arrest at Quebec, Canada. A formal woman. As I'ri/anl related the da-
14)1) shows that durlni this period'' was be'ured to take them to SoutWater h 'I
ir I ri>!',' to address thL. >< !I RELIEVED application; \ for their extradition I tails: of many fires he Is said to havo
4S.634! comietitors were eiaaalned 4> street, ,
I, r."ul up and cheerc-d bas been made by Secretary Hay to1Mr h 'rome deeply !interested In his subj..t j
092 bclrif for the clasjifled service\ ,)f II One wholesaler had! a car load of I II I 1
Mr IJa'.four: referredrvii Ilaikes. charge; d'affaires of thv'j and to have admitted that ha ;
whom 33.521 passed and 14572: fallen I] peaches on sale The peaches came
> *r- es of the chief) British embassy, who I Is now at New liked to era the fire d department run
Of this number J5i; alieady in th | Special to The Daily News: In Saturday by rail but the teamsters t ,
Y"IUS had been l r.n- port and who it is expected will!\ c a 1. I to a fees and was imbued with the df." :
, classified service were examined for I refused to haul anything from the ral : '
j Washington July! 14=G.neral Chat !
,-i'tical:! 1'fe. No on>'. I lIlt the request promptly to his govern j sire to witness a large conflagration.: t
transfer and 70 failed One hundreland i i roads. The dealer thereupon shippell 'I j
kniriue him hIli! well- fee has been ifllevH\! of the comma! nient The grounds on which extra-1 l ,I' t'!

",e ', though his loss wai sixty-six persons were examinedfor in the Philippines and, ordered to th.' ditlon is issued are comprehensive I in the car arotird the lake to St Joseph King Makes Excellent Progress. : ;

the District of Columbia service\ department of the east, by an ordr i:. character J I :Mich. where the consignment was London July H,-Following! is the l I !

.. of whom 43 ''assl'd and 117 failed and surd today bv Secretary Root j transferred tc a boat and r"&<'he.J here bulletin!: on King Edward's condition,
. ''t' 11I'E'lf, pro("{'!' '. 4i the gap he has loft 439 were examined for service uidor The order reads as follows is Independent of the proceedings nowin this morninc President Field of post.'d at 10 o'rlork this morning at j .

Hut the place h" haM i the Philippines commission, of whicn I "B) direction of the prf'i'irlent1a.: progress to obtain the extradition of the Kni< kerbocker Ire company, stated Burkineham! : )palace:: The king/ continue i
- 169 passed and :270! failed This is an today that the ice men were hauling \ !
Jor General Georpe W Davis will relieve to progress; satlsrartorlly.
'upirl: and it is b" the men through; ordinary judicial process 1 i ,
<: has desired me to dj increase of more than 4 per cent over I :Major General Chaffee of the The secretary has not yet acted ice e rjwhere. Includin:? the ra'l general: condition is excellent and the, t i
the total number examined in the way depots and to cars This was denied well.
i.e that position that I Ii pro command of the division of the Philippines on the suggestion of the department of f wound is healing (Signed> i I'i

to meet me today I vlous year, which was 46.6>:. ,' September 30 1&! <12. On bein Justice, that there were obstructions by some of the strikers. Treves, leaking, Barlow." I

'. Mr. Severn urges increase of the facllities relieved General I Chaffee will\! wi i!h 1 ., j -
a treat task and of the I placed in the way of the Canadian proceedings Trouble Over Forest Reserve. |
commission and
says: .
his authorized aides,
." ","iillty! certainly! from 'During the past five or six yeara' s repair to by reason of the (connectnnof I Cod} \Vyo. July 14 Excitement Two Bottles Cured Him ;
belief s island! N Y. and assume cocamard
In relations between *
counsel fa
-2 my own r the number of appointments through-: exists here over the recent forest reserve "I was troubled with kidney COl'I: !
of the of the
department east.
'r .insrt I am pure, or at Messrs. Greene and Ga>nor and Uncrown extension which includes many "
examination has Increased from about plaint for about two )ears, writes A.
ever reason to believo!! officers i that hitherto have been !
townships tbi "
4.iiiJu to more than 10.000' per annum House Raided; Man Kidnaped. I II. Davis, of Mt. Sterling, la., "but two I ;
: I'ta to I .
carry on i winter raises for thousands! of sheep
and the number of
classified positionsfrom bottles of Foley's Cure effectei ; '
Hazelton Pa. July 14 Unknown i,
the I
most importanti a \little over Si* oni) to about 11i'i JOINT MEETING OF A. A. Anderton of New York who i
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i persons at 1 o'clock this morning a permanent cure. Sold by W. A.
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can have,
name- has: been appointed: special superb
rd j Of'O. and yet no additional employ i| raided the home of William Hussmaa, D'AIemberte, 121 South Palafox street i : i
+ "rfld 'r.t of thosa have been BUSINESS ORGANIZATIONS tend nt of the Yellowstone and Teton .. j
provide. by to
,, congress as j uafon } -- I '
,) h,, a non- man at Upper Lehigh, an 1
-04 1' sist in meeting the demands upon th" I ;after getting! Hussraaa and his wi'e reserve, has been threatened with as CONCERT AND DANCE AT t ; t
litirys withiirawrl, iaut A mug meeting of stockmen
chief examiners' office occasioned by j ,out of bed, attempted to burn the I I ,
< fin-iil rcI! by prac- this enormous increase in the classi-1 joint meeting ted others hall been. called to meet at '
.,"' infornw'tl person* fled service i l ;house. During the melee" the stoveuPf'et Commerce and Young Men's Bui-I lfeetggzee neat Wednesday to protest NIGHT. TRAINS AT8:31)AND! t': : ;
and all the furniture d' !
rdy! a desire! for a I I II was ness! League is called to be held on j araJMt the extension. 9. LAST TRAIN RETURAT :
\ stroyed. Neighbors extinguished ths ,
1 ,- part of a man adwhoso Thursday evening, July 17, at 7 I 11 : 51). TICKETS 2;> CENTS, AT I !
MYERS THINKS ANY OLD fire. Hussm&a led
I was! away by the I I i
activities have o'clock MR. MYERS NOT VOTING. DEPOT. : ,
marauders and is Etlll mfaaia&. to consider and act upon the i
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I, .1. ...art. i hop scientiao THING WILL DO THE PEOPLESenate report of the joint quarantine inves- I For Over Sixty Yean. } "' 'I
t.m: I
. mss' 'h.retinrc! to :ftii'ly premier and se Bill 61. A Bill to be entitled .1 I ; Quality ia! what makes! price. If 'touting committee. All member? House Bill 215, Page 1077, A bill to Nan WI IjLOW'8 KoOTHI.I-t z HTBCP hat' i'' !f

I .v'*,1 p Burnett's Vanilla Extract was! no better of both bodies who can possibly do been need for over sixty years by mlllloniof t i ,
0 railroad |
some extent, 15 "An Act to compel I be entitled, "An act In relation to mother for their children :
so while
1 are urged to attend. teetblni, :
'ut: 'h:,* perhaps is to be companies to construct and provide than other extract! its price wouldbe with perfect laceeii. H soothes tbe child ?I''
, man of his and the same. Once tried, always W. A. BLOUXT, Insurance companies In this state. softens the gam*,allays all paincaret wind: J i' :
years stational accommodations for ,
colic and Ii the heat for
remedy Autrboea.i '
'f'be! President Chamber of Commerce.J. (The bill became a law and makes
t. war in South Africa at the stations on their used. It will relieve tbe poor little sufferer 1m- ; : 4 J
: .' passengers ------- R. KELLER mediately. Mold by Dm In ; ,
. n of the commanding! if gnu every earl L
e 1 '.. gen- lines of roads." On the passage of Insurance companies, when Judgment of tbe world. Twenty Ore cent a bottle .
. "IderM to be an app*O Elegant closets, President Young Men's! Business be lore yoa alt tor-M ri.Wloilow'i Booth "
. ., 1.f' h'.s!! withdrawal. this bill Mr. Myers voted NO. (Senate sideboards and leather League; I is against them, pay the attorney'sfees n* tlyrup," aod take BO other kind. I i' |( ,

i ""'" Journal 22june2tFurniture of other side Mr. Myers did J
. "r chscc are likely I ta 1893)) ) i 11 ,
seat chairs at Marston ICE-COLD

:'" CONCERT i I :
r. < the retirement of Earl DANCE AT not vote. 23june1w i

a,+ ,r ,-1 lleutenact of Ireland, : go Quina's- Low prices; easy MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY THEGARFIELDICE, I : i
If 1 You W\ t
ladies skirts
Cleaning and waIst
, ,'3 of George Wyndham; I) to PRl'OR'6ICECOLD I payments. _, NIGHT. TRAINS AT 8, 8:30 AND Ball Searing keen cut t t
.. 1 'arr for Ireland! to a --- 9. LAST TRAIN RETURNS AT is one of cnr specialties. Star Lann ; :t

"ft WATERMELONS AT Garden hose at the Willis 11:50. TICKETS 25 CENTS, AT dry. ______ ting Lawn Mowers, at they '

I I ar; Ly rife aj to w'ha THE GARFIELD ICE GO'S. Hardware Co's. DEPOT. Try THE NEWS Want Column. Willis Hardware Go's \ j

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Training Ship Was in Great Peril from MUSCLE Mysterious Affair Again Exciting Inttre -

Wind and Wave. v t of Bangor, Me., People.
iAN TRIP Wash.. 14 The United of the 1
OCEAN Seattle July New York. July 14-One The liniment bottle and flannel strip are ,
States Mohican Is safe I
training ship most remarkable: murder mysteriesMaine
familiar in
r i To NEW YORK, BOSTON jfA.ND t She arrived at Dutch Harbor in distress ', has known for a long time I It 13I They are objects the weapons nearly that have every been household used for t i

: ALL jt 'I June :28! after being out from I t after a long period of official Inactivity generations to fight old Rheumatism and ate

EASTERN RESORTS Yokohama 39 days. Whenvshe arrived I again engaging the attention of the about as effective in the battle with this giant r .

at Dutch Harbor she was out of fuel Dr. Plerce's | courts and exciting the Interest of the disease as the blunderbuss of our forefathers f

j Vim and the food supply was running low. to The
Sawn )Lw people: gays a Bangor special would be in modern warfare.
i TM In three days more the problem of 1 '
Times.! I Rheumatism is caused by an acid sour 5 I II

OCEAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY:' 1 finding sufficient food for the young !I On September 15, 1S98, an elderly condition of the blood. It is filled with acrid i irritating matter that

I L"WR.-\1E':, ;1 sklvX lI' I.E sailors on board would have become Golden woman named Sarah Ware disappear-j I in the joints, muscles and nerves and liniments and oils setJ-.a.tf-
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SO Hour of Ocean Breeze serious. The fact that tie ship carried ed from her home in Bucksport and else applied externally can dislodge these gritty corroding partu\.s'n' 1*

Sailings each WeeR f a complement of sails probably r two weeks later her body was found were deposited there by the blood and can be reachtd only through! t1.!! y

f 3 from Savannah, Ga. saved her. Medical { badly mutilated in a pasture near the Rubbing with liniments sometimes relieve temporarily the at ,
The Mohican left Yokohama bounjI I I house. pains but these are only symptoms which are liable to return with! ,
J, tff .i. niiM. .of thw ropnitr, ta.-iwtiinf |I for Honolulu direct but encountered 'I change of the weather the real disease lies ?
William T. religious
4 canoe .q-i**!. *rrw \1'1' mtinrt nr J Treworgy a enI ; deeper, the blood and ,
ay.it' ulr ,.Ir "'." .",, '(' .? drlt I i head winds thai drove her off her I infected. Rheumatism ;' tea
I are be
I arrested. TheworgyI cannot and ,
I 2 MM'>>)....' M Ire. *. v'ltlrn. eumt r" V i DiscoveryGives thuslast. was radically permanently .
(. etr'n ra.. .""'*.. aid W !., ur.. course. She was finally driven into I until the blood has been and red
? 3 ..... ... r ..T"'t'r>Jw v ro. l f was heM to the grand jury chieflyon purified, no remedy docs this so th in .v
--; .-..;... rnt.r.o+a.-aoearraiso "f the great circle and brought up at the evidence of a half-witted boy and promptly as S. S. S. It neutralizes the acids and sends ar:

1 ..n.. ere a.." t0I Dutch Harbor. Had the captain attempted named Fog, who said he helped Tre' of rich strong blood to the affected 3
....... ..__ J park \I.
10. J I.
I s -I1rI11. ter.
I 0.......... T...... -.. r..+..4. II.. % to sail her iito Honolulu it j worgy to move the body. Later Fogs dissolves and washes out all foreign matxn.iK tr '
1 aal.r a..u.Yr..l : .awirnat.I laIF f is not believed his supply of food sufferer obtains .e
I laid his confession was false! and happy relief from the tortunn : l
i rX 1(7f hf"7f7l1riCiht '1CNf7 would have held out. After repleD'Ishln& WorkingStrength. l i Treworgy was released from ja'l. :' S. S. S. contains no potash or other mir.r+:,1, s t

( -I It i I her supply of food and fuel at where he was awaiting trial and Fog I Is a perfect vegetable blood purifier ar. I -,t
Dutch Harbor, the Mobican sailed en exhilarating tonic. Our physicians will advise without
ch.trge .
locked the of
= of 4 IIu L KIIKSCHSCHEDULE:: was up on charge per-
it June 30 for Honolulu, her original jury. Since that time Fopg has de- i I write about their case, and we will send free our special book on Rh, .: .

II rtt'i'' t Following is the schedule of the I destination.OUT. ': Glared his first story was strictly true and its treatment. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO. Atlanta Ga,

I'r' i rgovernwentsteamer General French FOR w- "I know you expected a letter from me and that he was frightened: into mak I
which TilE NEWS prints; for the I PRESIDENCY. -
some time but I will '
ago state reasons the For the
i benefit of the merchants who ship my ing retraction. years ;< Sound kidneys! are safeguards of I Rubber hose all
I plainly, why I did not write before I SI .n. al
f their goods to the various army case was allowed to rest, but nowcounty life. Makr the kidneys healthy with I
; this, Mr. Joseph Grass of
Mayor Johnson of Cleveland 0., says Brewer '
fI post: Perry Co., Mo. "It was because I did officials have caused Treworcy': Foley's Kidney Cure Sail by W. A. the Willis Hardware t'r 1. ,

1 Lrav<-. Pro>acola .. ... .. _. 00... 110 a. m. Square in 1904 Race. not wish to deceive I wanted I to be rearrested and he will be trici.T'pe. j D'Alemberte{: 121:! South Palafox! street.
Leaves Harrancna. ... ..... 7:5"' a. m. Cleveland 0., July 14.-Mayor Tom any' one. -- -- -- Fyny-BaleaniStops the Tit 10." 5,
.. to be sure that your Golden MedicalDiscovery' I I tad Qok1f: afaye tn.mmnwaue ... .
i Leave Pirkrn .. ":'.1 a. m. W. .
L. the
Johnson is in field for nlarne.The
the Democratic
? LraTrt !:arrllncII. .. .. ....... ":13 a. m. had benefited me and it took :I dot (o -
Xrat4 P-fctacoIa .. ...I0.i5a.ru.Armct nomination for the presidency, time after I stopped taking the medicine talented young authoress was al % You will have pride 1'w
I ti 'rrancas llli a. m. and then | and will make before I felt I' 'O !flower garden- if '.'
maker a trip to tort lire and then a tour of the west in sure I had reali/ed perma- : most in tears. rC//rrT/I they ,
to llarraocaa. I{ the Interest of his candidacy probably nent results from its use. After takingsix "1:1 that review of my historical n.lag:1.t: re is on e"ery bcx: cf i..e {,enn-.i: > I own ground. Your nu-b:,
i Leaves Karranrai ... .. ....... 1:1: !\ p. m. | this: fall. This statement: comes from bottles of Golden Medical IKscovI'I!! nov-1 l in this morning's paper" shesaid. Laxath BrcmoQuinine ;! a home, and he can d<. w

Lrl4rbPICkPnr. ... ..-lup.. ery and one vial of your Pleasant Tel- : made I though he may tiunkir III'
Lravrt Pn acoU 4. p. the mayor himself "you a tjitu,raphlcal error the rtucdy that cruet a lolll1u
i lt Lravrt Pickrm. .. ... ;':15 p. m'l lets' am able to do a I.al Ttnce. the former a 'lijstcricar I!
Arrlvn Harrar.cn 5.k! < p. m. and PopuPetmember any man. I cannot express in words the own:and if she will ',.Iv a
trip to MeK> and return.a | of consre.-s, from Colorado medicines "Th.-it wa-r1't a osrapliical:; error
good your have done me. I MIDWIKKHY.i Thus. Watson & Co..
Ou W..dllf'-dt\'alld-aturda\'i': : the w>io nerved in the house with Johnson r.iailain. said the literary editor, with I I
boat will leave 'B.Hr.wcavla'Pick.- Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets j I i I uuderEi ned take"thi meth"d i leading! Real Estate A_ ,
was her.- Saturday and h,- and ,, a frosty eYl'-Culcago 'Iribuno.I I
I show
i her howa
tn1 for f'noacol.a: at fiW: p. m. euro constipation. i j.I ____ ,__ Df otlcriuar: her services aa -. "
i The General French is for army th.- mayor had a lone: onference ltd ,I The Same Old Story.J. !! Srt-clas* licensed midwife, haying meI .

4 ;5 + only and any out-idf'r mu-t fort' laving Pence obtained a promise I had 35 years experience i
Eurpo-- -- from the quarterma-ter; "roin: Johnson to conic to Colorado an I Io'hi Was Watermelon Po'soned A. Kelly relates an experience Can give be-t of reference from)I Buy a new garden

r4 Ih u take passage; o i her. t: r western tate> to make speeches Cnlumh-a. S (' July 14Will Sla-. similar to that which has happen.'d.! leading phvsiciana of this city. i from the II 'illis hard ,
in almost every neighborhood in t1! Mm. M. OIDDEN '<
ho .mirg: hmi>.If foi the presidency.lleittoiore /pf'a I'lvai; old negro 1 living '''i
-- United! States and has b>','n till aii'l!
114 South DeVilliers
I jltf : tt;t.
the plantation of P. B Allen | Company.
the mayor has decline near retold by thousands! of orli'i Hi

t $ STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE I tItelaeen ts II to confirm the report" that he is a cani.ate Starr. Anderson coltntylied Friday say: "Laet sunnier I had an attack

I fur the precidency.- is lik->- under peculiar!; circumstances. It I is of dysentery and iitinhasf'l a 'bottle) ifj DR. MOFFETT'S

IVitNai-ol.t and "lIunBllalHUll" !Iy that bi- anpaisn from now on will thought he died as a result of eating 'j Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and

d4 Daily Y.\iept ;-u ml ay, ',, an OJK-II ore.Poisoned a watermelon that had been polsone. !I, Diarrhoea Remedy which I us d according
I He was taken violently ill at 12 o'clock i! to directions and with nntiMy
"CITY OF I TA 111't1." I satisfactory results. The trouble was
i, by Canned Beans. and i died about 4 o'clock. Shortly af 1
controlled much quicker: than former
L Milton i l.v IVnkacola !:111 ter being stricken down he admitted ,
I Kin : pm Tampa. Fa. July 14.-Mrs. Hosteller attacks when I usd! other rpmcdips."
,' At1'rn.arul..r. 'lunr Milton 5aupm' > ,! and two sisters who live at :204 having stolen a watermelon from th- '.Mr. Kcoly is a w.-Il.known citizen of (TEETHING
| )
t.u. sr Kuiind tnp.l.
a _. -- -- I West Ninth avenue, Hyde Park were patch of another negro on the same ;: Henderson. N. C. For sale by all POWDERSrk
i iWIRE poisoned from eating canned place and eaten it. ': druggists and medicine dealers ,, :-, ,Li ,
beans tier..wnem( t.trkanrarlletLodidCortscenes.niteas"F.nr': >,-dlliidfift.c.! r doo.r 111 l ap 'It
ti FENCE 700 MILES LONG 1; which are supposed to have become laotakarrnof"TEhTkiISt': VVc vonder how c*ba t i coin So it n> a|iarLa. e and it cam.l A most opi-ir onf unn-ojr babe wu in a.. n it ''II
corroded Burin? the process of pacit- Johnston May Enter Race. ':; Foley's Honey and Tar tern m bi.t con hum for daps.and oc'.hinu 1 "I..e tand..tanraIlIe..*. o ,1U.-I '5" ,IK I.r.krrect .
14. relief and he bai had no further"""LIe:. Other member v( the 14m17: Care used II w j. i
Montgomery July It
is stated
Will Be Eui't! on Boundary Line Be. i: ing. The three ladies suffered severe : cures colds prevents pneumonia. ttrfvct iucte-8.

tween Canada and Montana. I I agony for some time, and but for here by authority that former Governor j;

Helena. Mont.. July 14.-It is pro: i I prompt assistance one or more of them Johnston will decide on Wedn. ,| If you want a nice present to give BOYS and GIRLS!' I'oyou moarydutlug-pen. to maki mom aiIIU.u' 'I

pried to build a wire fence "00 miles !i would probably have died. There was day next whether he will run for governor :, to a friend. go and look through! the so.you can rrmhlv il, HI b>

long I on the boundary line between |i no doctor in neighborhood, so a and the decision will be annouar. elegant line of suitable articles at ing our "Blueine." 4I) per (fot, comml..lon on all .alrn. An Indi'pen'-Blilt art.hou.rbnta ,.
ushvrr> indy it ut-liplittU when they sir It. One beet nmk- t!
Montana ar.d Car.a:la.f j I neighbor: administered! an (emetic ed in the morning papers of neat i i| J. I. Stephens, you surely can find ,1. K\ur\ -" tfr you t\rr used in ittt wnlitcuit \\riti' today btfore jour territory ;. :lak'
Thursday. It is said that there will ; something to pleae you. If you om *h which
.. 3vheinecessity for this hue undp.j relieved them of their suffer. want anything the Diamond line Wb..u you haoliJ them, return u. "dr.. retaining the balance, lime a.ur. '
taking! _an!?I'8 from the fact that ings.. he a conference of his friends in Birmingham i 1 be sure to see him before buy. i-lon i>o lot delay but write. at onct.
.- '. on Wednesday but the you .\.rf'.I.t. N: M.\.M: f.\l 11'HIM': (0. I'H' C IK. Bus III. I'hila fa
al wceVn ago a largo numfcer.: r of car- ex-1 I i I

.. lc tie that had strayed into Canada from May Have Tracey Surrounded. tent of the gathering as to the number i iI ,

{ tbi. Mate were sti.vl! by the dominion\ Iaversdale, \Vash.July 14-Sheriff I', expected has- not- been. -stated. IF YOU ARE STANDARD \\\'llISIEl\' {

i.'t''t t officials on the prmind that they halt Hal tman. of I'lerce county announced ,

; been fmupelH! fence will protv last night that he believed, his Phenix' City Water System. LOOKING FOR BARGAINS

t ally b. built jnirtlh by the Canadian i ir deputies and those of Cudihee's posse i'i Phenix City Ala., July 14.-Phen'x :> in Cases of! 4 Full Quarts at S3.20 per cast[

f and Anu-rudn eo\emments and will which are now concentrated in the ;'1- City a town of more than 0.110 inhabitants -- -- ----

I cost se\pral! hundre.l thousand; dollars f'initof; KurJimelaw, had complt'tl'lysurrnllll'I',1 after having been at the merryof For the next ten days I will sell NKEY: i= distilled at tin NI I. I:, (,'0.

i the territory in which Tra the flames with almost prohibitive i I ) : and is fully matu it m wood
article in stock at u
p t Alleged Lyncher in Jail. cey I. biding. The combined forcesof insurance rates for year, has at last I.you any now it is ab-olutely pure ,ud not e].

'; ; Charlotte. N. C. July 11.-Tom I three sheriffs can now be brought; installed' a first-da?? gravity system of : discount i of 2-j; per cent from the rfv- I by any Whi-key of this same 'to

;. Fparnell. a white Man was: jailed !1r.1 j into iuisiton, if necessary, upon water works. The plant has jest ,i ib Inlar price. Think of it-you will jROYAL where produced. The Royal I Man .-
t 'i'ii Completed and officially: tostel. old when bottled and, con-id'
N r. short diamond i
notice.Death or
I Falicburj. Saturday night on I j! save 1on a ring; pin .
I is the cheape-t whHt
the charge of participating in the rp.1' with the most satisfactory results. i| where at regular price it would COot at quality that price. Au beverage .'

i' rent l r<'hir.fi of two alleged of Prominent Atlantan. both as to pressure, the quality of :, -
> negro i HOt). See ; you save 2:! cent on pure ,;stimulant there i- nonIt
murderers In that town. The arre-t Atlanta, July U.-Dr. S. (I. Holland, water and the quantity afforded. j I every dollar' worth you buy. Nowis ca-e-j containing no marks M h ,. \ i,

I was l1IalInn a bemh warrant issues for years one of Atlanta's most prominent diamonds If purcha-er upon ex.
A Cure For Summer Complaint.Summer the time to buy your or "
: I by Superior Court Judge Shaw. Spar iti/ens, did! yesterday! afternoon is not satisfied with the qt." .

,li nell wa denied bail pending! a hearingthe at 2 o'i.Io. k at hn home SC Park complaint is unusually pre,'. watch or any other article in stock the saute at our expeu-e and i

'i I charge against him being murder I Hrl't't' t End. Dr. Holland was aunt among children this season. A very cheap. Call and examine .
\ i Koods. Kemember, this offer is for ; should be accompanied by
one of the town's pioneer citizens. At wail di! eloped case' in the wri'er's draft i
order. bank
i.j Another World's Record Broken. I the time of his death he was 71 years family was cured lat neck by the only ten days. Xo trouble: to show 1 EIGartARaOLD currency.money po"toRice order. money We refer to Fir-i Na:

t' < t Gan ranrlMMi.. July 14.-At the resmonthly ,, of age, and hail! ben a resident of Atlanta ,' timely use of Chamberlain's Colic good*. J. I. STEPHENS.IlJSuuth : D press Bank or any merchant in l'enacol:1.

44. f ular im-dtd I shout of the fiol: 1tn l 1- since 1ST4.! Cholera and Diairlwa: ]H4nH'tIy-one :: Palafox treet.. -IA1L ANDA
of the best patent medicines manu- i| _
Oatf Rifle and Pistol Club, held at I
t< fa tilled and which is always kept on S. A. FRIEDMAN
Fhelmont Range. J G fiivman broke \\ here Mr llren It. The finest line of umbrella the ,
hand at the home of1' scribe. This
the world's I"".chot revolver recordttith "How veil I remember," said Dum- city I is at J. I. l Stephens'. Go lookat
I i u not intended as a free puff for the
1., ,, a prnrc ot 'I 4 Gorman's serve icy, as he proudly! brandished: the : company, who do not advertise withus them.-- 1 ,? SOLE 1'KOPKIKTOK. PE\!'.""'"L.\. FLA.

f was made upon t"n strms of ten shots sword, "the first time that I ever drew but to benefit little sufferers who

.ach.on.: : .. of the strings were !?'" I that once tliiiiins! blade!" may not be within easy access of a Foley's Kidney Cure tIISKEI" 10, O. BOX 1IH. Tii.KlM10NB: : 1TJ

IerfrM. I Where did you draw It Dumley"- physician. No family should! be with
and bladder
\ mikes kidneys right.
fA I'r j Inquired Featberly. "in a raffleV" out a bottle. of this medicine in the : alya..YnIMIR.
: a., PalaoPUK class of Liquorold.. r
I house, especially in summer time.- ,, tt-1 handle every
,. JIICJ I1v'.11il.sloo.: Lansing. Iowa. Journal For sale by If you wish the very lest bulk or bottle. wholesale or retail at price* ti! n.

; The reader "f tin- paper will !>*> No False Claims. all drniiuMs and medicine! doaleis the are way down.
ice cream freezer very
I rleii'e l to I learn that there N at lea-t I The proprietors! of Foley's honey lowest price, the Willis AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER.

t : our dreaded. di-e.i-w that ciencea 'and Tar do not advertise! this as a

; : t a* heel aide to cure in all itta; '' i "sure cure for consumption" They The Happy Home its the' Hardware Co. can please

nud that catarrh.. Hall' Catarrh do not claim it will cure this dreadIcomplaint well you. WICKS&CO.

l'urri-th..illy jio-iti\e cure now I in advanced! cases. but do __
home. Marston
'[, i : xnow to the medical fraternity I positively assert that it will cure in We will launder your !spreads for

t I.1 Catarrh brio l : u coii-titutioiial di<- the earlier stases and never fails to fy Quina can supply you 15 cants each and make them look and Steam
.. .. give comfort and relief in the Plumber Gas Fitter
r. i \ rrquir.m| coii-tmitmiul treatiint. worst with all needed in the way like uw. Star Laundry. ,
Hnll'- ('aturrh'ur. itaken cases. Foley's Honey and bar is ,

internally art IMS directly upon the without doubt the greatest throat and,i of house furnishings at the Water coolers that do not ,I

; bliNut and I iiiufiuionrface- of the hang remedy. Refuse substitutes lowest prices cash or credit. at the Willis No. 5 South Palafox Street.
f : .' I fvt"in. thereby de-troyinthe foiin : Sold. by \V. .\. D'AUmberte, 121:! South waste All Kinds 01 Plumbic and Gas Fittings Materials Kept on Hai nre'TiPNr1NI'7

.. : cf.ition. .( tlse ,Ii-,'a-e. and :;iviuu the I'alafox street. Hardware Co.'s.WEEl I'f.,.
r i building thecut.tltiitiou ----,- .
; i i I l patienttreiiirtli by ; up
i I an.I ,1-- -tam;; nature in ic.r.oo fro
: I q i dr'iug its work. The proprietor- .1 I Pocket cutler and scissors Awarded at Fare LY CIIODLL'
j : hate -o much, faith in its curative| from the finest! to the FOR STEAM DIVIIONtLECIIICTlhlllrL .A. JM.A.: ,jIerySIC'I'l.'OR
t' I tl'at: they oiler One lliindredIVillarfor '
I any t'a-t. that it fail-; to cheapest, at the Willis 1'Kssicoi.A
h t cure. Send for h-t of te-tinionial-. Hardware Co. I i3i".WINE RAILWAY COM PAN T. !
AddreF.. J. CllKNK'i A Co.
1 Train leave Pen .cola for the Llti. IMPORTER
Toled". O. -
j i I Mayo!!, BII! liayou rrlngton, aT7 Ytn
t Lr ,'ld by Dru;iri-ts, 75c. i a and Fort Barrancas at
i ; R A L V Eho
-- : <*:$! ) I. m.arrive at fort Karrancai 7ite LI0uo :
J" j I Miners Will Resume Work. most heating asSx'a in th- world H;ehrM recommendations for curt of Poorness : a. m.arrive at Fort Barrancai 1C:,4 I."
t ol Blood Siomicb troubles and General be loop.m.arrlnat:; Fort Barraccai L:,Spn
b : j t Hirmineharn... July! 14.-Tu> li.
I fciii'i In rtises the irretite, sirenftheni X'HO m. arrive at Fort Karraucai 4:18 p t
{ ( : O'1' miners of the Birmingham district I Know One'nrelrmely the nertes and builds op tie entire si ktemt ::15p.p.m. arrive at "' Barrancai TWlp | Iron. Nail*. Axe. hol; l I". :Saw :Mill and 'tf'l1mbf'ltI
r. reran oltna' I : .m.arrive at Fort harrancai g:4jpc and! Heating t..v"Punt: Oil-
4j !
who hate bt>en idle hinn1 July 1 on a i unt u "n -1tLt.'/inCASTORIA rnr I.Mu.4PARIS Fort Ktrrancai for hsnn SupplieConking
-- -- Trains 'etve Window Gla- Gnn- Pistols aii'l Fi-tnn': TackiM
count of the inability to acne upon a cola at

i stale for the present fiscal year, ro' V Vousrr* A f 7lia m. arrive at Fensacola ... 8:0' k. n Agate and! Tinware aim J1oll erll"'lishill ;: (JooiN.
; '
turned to work toaanI labor rotor: Marl p m. arrive at 1'I'D811CI1l.b! p.D
2:0) m. arrive at ensacola_ i::45 t.k :'I"Av1
I} r:I I tUinn will acain be rorrnal through V<|Q p m arrive at Pen&acola.....-. 6-45 p B -AGENdFOILBIRMINGIAM! >
For Infants and Children Pt-niaiola,._... I..S Stitched Ilf-ltinz. Kim .
at Northampton
r 1 ..' h the I1lrmin ham t.ICI T-0) p. m. arrive s Revere Giant : :
(i r\ N the Kind You Have Always Boughs i1; i'. j CURE YOURSELF -5. p. m. arrive at Peotacola- i.Me! r4atnrdaYsonly Wheel Co., L ftin & Hand Powder Co., John-on Komine. \,'
Buck stoveand ItaufW ''
II ,crags B IsoBigWforonnntorsl'in 1 Iron Kin and ;
Many Rioters Sentenced. Itnidk.i. Y| o et'haraee.lneammah.na, PARE FOR WEEK DAYS Masur
( ..upC'o.'a: Raw Hide Lace Leather ; -
t. Now York.\ Jay! U.-Twtntj-iit.' 1 BeaT thec.lrnttare n Bftrmeiv4 M imtmtioDi or uicersuonsastl.atnet.ra feniacol to fort Harraaeas tad retara arenacola .
I. // tt mucuai m moran<*9. to Navy Yard and r.tnrn.. Mk [ Made Railroad Color
ffl \ who were connected wiTh th ; J f nrrau eoaudn.. Parolees, and But a.tna7 Brash and
of rev
persons I'vniaoola to Palmetto !:rn
1 I [ |csiLis.sCsEYSitCo. gent urputwnoi i Masonic Tens flit!. &} Nt n rola. ria,
it I: recent riot: in Montenegro Ray ha* .'hC.hYAnO sold by Dragtlala, ICHEDTOl.Wbea -

Jr ,ti been !sentenced cables the Kill:.! C.a.a. or sent ia p1ala wnplrr, weather permits the running o

i I Jamaica corn spondent of Th. :1'' j Ay. l ai, j.r 3 b'nllretaM1'iS.or; open coac&es.Uav .
t comPANY
11 1'.r..oola LT Fort Birr oe. ;= W. B.
e ''ircnUr rut uu le-jue.t < F f WRIGHT>>
,''t aid to terms of imprisonment at MYERS VOTES AGAINST 8 a. m. 10 I. maIl I ;

"' III labor varying from +ix mont!..- 1 a. m. II m \
r4 t CNIC1 E51tR's ENGLISK Ip.m, I p.m bltr
f f' If I __
i.Lf ,it II A. U. Bass of Morcantown... had; Senate Bill l No. 132: A Bill to be JJ : 4 p. m 15.014pm F m.5.s'i .J.7'I.JUMBER 1"1 LATHS

I;. l .- I J to get up ten or twelve times in the ertitled: "An Act to provide for school -" '\I..i. ,.- j.A ff.ca i i ,

: : ; I eight! and bad severe backache and 1 books in the counties of this State.; : .... razz Fe, Ct:! DAY
J'i"a '! I' L .. .. .. w.,. ?.nn:ola ro art fiarranc&i ;Sari 1 Ii '. SA WED CYPRESS Bl1I GLS.-KE;: 4 : '. : ;:
pains In the kl.lnt'Ys. Was cured by The bill passed the senate by a vote f { 11u.. ,'_ 'c' ,. ':e .,',, ta' ,. 1 aid azd return.- ___ 1:. I
\ r.. ., ; ah...... 1.. .".. ".a. uanSCoa: to Faioietto Bel cb! ted .' J'
.t ; f"
I Foley's Kidney Cure Sold by W. A. cf 17 to 11, Mr. Myers voting againstit. ; "':_ ')a .... 'I ". I".. '. ... .' r.t'3-I1.._, ____-- It- : l ..J>-" PE ..\COLA. FLA

!.t7r D'AIfinbtTte. l.'l ScJth Palafos strt-t Senate Journal, Page;; 611.) to< e1-uWU '. ",. So Treilt received iftt 1:18 p, B>. I

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TUESDAY, JULY 15,1902.Famous .
l ::

r..- hegrT' 'I Foley's Kidney Cure purifies the I!' ANNOUNCEMENTS.I! I

"You had ceased to snore- when I blood by straining out impurities and i|IPOLITICAL ; 1.,

{.. '"R when the lieutenant colonel" j tones up the whole system. Cures

'I "Never mind. Kosaraond.: what the kidney and bladder troubles. Sold bW \ ,! ,
lieutenant colonel said. 1 have come A. D'Alemberte, 1:1 South Pala'' V )! i }

the World Over-Fully Matured. for the seventh time"- I fox street For State Senator. f I
For t 'I' !
County Commissioner l
SOLD EVERYWHERE. "The sixty-first you mean. The friend of Hon. \V. A. Blount ? ,
"Well the sixty-first time to ask the I hereby announce him as a candidate I hereby announce myself as a i R! f.
-- candidate for I
---= - i woman I love, the only woman I have r # for estate Senator from this, the t'ec- county commissioner, 'i. t j
I from district, to the action i
oc'i ii :
t Burns at Dupontuly ever loved or will efl>r"I I 'I :Senatorial District and respectfully !! ; :
14.- The post- A PREMATURE "Can't you change the form of your fvU tignitare in en every boil of the g IIUIII.1 ak the support of all D.lUo of cratic the voter at the ensuing demo- !' ; ;

>j -e r iix>rt at Dn- proposal? You have used those words Laxative Bromo-QuinineT I! crat for Dim at the cominsr primary primary D. V.July'. C.15.);;ARBROtoH. 1 1-: :

'relay morni"g. FId 1/" ENGAGEMENT every time." the remedy that eaIM a eol4 la oae defy For Representative.The i i'

telegraph opera- i "I will try. It is whispered among For County Commissioner. i :.i i I ,
friend of Scott M. Loftin take .
':n; was nearly con- I iI I the o! cers' wives"i) al',. TCRIA. this means of announcing him as a The friends of J. B. Roberta an- !'I ; t

if the little! toni [Ori l al.1 | "None of their wivrs was present" I Beat I the its Kft, you Hate EeaYs But !J candidate for Representative: in the nounce him as a candidate for reelection } I' '

: thing' was wed: The sham battle was at its height A''' "Their husbands told them-tbat 1 future: 11 Legislature from Escambia county, as countv commissioner -' 'I ,

t" .. '.r store The I young; officer galloped up to the Tenth i I' had won your heart only to throw It I of './!' .( and they desire the support of /all from District 1, subject to the action ; 'I' : f

i* the store, hut infantry standing; in an open field and away; that you not i"I I Democrats in the coming: primary. of the democratic primaries July i : 1 r

n. II"s, $2.000 called out to the colonel: "Cease such gossip. I do not wish to 15. They believe that the material i ; I
h "The judges: Late decided that your bear it""At For Reoresentative interests of the county demand his i I j i
The Beer The friends of C. re-election and they ask the l
regiment: has been slaughtered.' the officers' mess this evening I Henry | of support J i
announce him as a candidate for every democrat in securing it.
I ;
Field officers all killed? saw by their looks that something had I i
Piers Make Big Haul. representative in the Legislature -
:1. "I'very: one." happened, and I heard a remark '' For '
I Revenue Officers That Made from Escambia: county, and request County Commissioner.

A "I' have just made aaid 'Good said the colonel sheathing coupling my name with yours. 'It is | = @ the support of all democrats in the'' I announce myself a candidate for )
Lis sword and unclasping his belt.' f!Ise.' I said. 'Gentlemen I have the coining( democratic rrimarv. election as county commissioner for

: 111 Jasper county "Since I a in dead I'll take a snack." i honor to announce my engagement districto.. I, at primary to be held

-i. :,:.. They capture' The eoloiifl railed for his haversack with Miss Kosamond Tertle.' I D I ANNH HISS I R r FaMV3 O-Is-- U UVICT For Representative. July 15th.; and ask for the support of'\ !

it fii beer and whisky. spread his lunclui-'ii on a napkin, ate t "You dared to do such a thing?" The friends of Chin M. Cotton announce all democrats ;,

:I T J Collies: and Len his fill, washed it down with a pull at "I did. I beg of you. Rosamond. him a* a candidate for representative LEE IANIELL. ,
the turn of $300:: to in the legislature from _
his tlask ami lighted a cigar. He was i i sweetheart to confirm what I have
E-cambia county and they ak the For County Commissioner.The .
Large of running the rather young: for 11 colom-l, only twvutylivc said. lie put his arm about her and RIA I i,. support of all democrats i in the coui- friends i

but a bloody war had killed off | drew her toward him. "Go at once to inz: primary.For of W. A. I"helbher6- ; I
by his \
announce for
a lot of men ahead of him. The sun j your father and tell him of our en- candidacy reelection tf :
a* county commissionerfrom
was hot. and he was very drowsy, so !'. gagement"i i MADE BY ACME BREWING CO. Railroad Commissioner. district No. 3 of Escambia !,

nasal t-fYs lie- left his luc-ii awl walked away to a j "There is no need to do that : Recognizing fully me rights of the county subject to the action of the
I IJKSf 10-CKNT farmer and ; :
faMBAIM trw. under whose flubs Le ttretchcilhis : ""11 not?" IJOTTLK DEKil producers to more consideration I democratic primaries July 15, and 1 f
CAtARgHt l4 at the hand.f the Flor- .
} qq+e graceful t;gun-. I "P.eeause." the !said dropping her ida Railroad (,on.luisinus I solicit ak for him the hearty supportof all .

ere rAr ffJEirj = I lie was sleeping: soundly when one : bead on his breast "I announced it to BROS the support of all Democrats; whoapprove democrat :

,s'O I of the conteiiiliu generals tale! by, the him as hrion as we returned from the' of the declaration of principles For Count 1- .
BJba ri o pY" i general on whoM- side the! colonel was sham battle this afternoon." AGENTS FOB THE CELEBRATED set fortH in my platform. ) C'oiniiiishioiier.After .

-.e co../::" ;...... arr.jjwl. He was accompanieJ l I.y his t|i F. A. M1TCIIEL. It I f Eerpr TOtoy. Copie of platforment to any one due consideration I appeal i f
addressing at \Vet Palm Beach to my many friend; and the democratic !
) '\ i I stab! and his daughter, ruling/ brown i iI i Knrttlierr ;,: i
t\) ..rp, I tiny; and clad in a habit trimmed with Doctor lie Got It. Main House-401 R. Palafox street.R. Fla. R. HtI MN KURK. voters aa candidate for the
L. N'_" ......... '! (t1JOu htfulln-I fear you ntliceot county commissioner from
I, gold lurVlial's! 1m e tome tort of poison in your sys- P.. Exchano-e-Opp. Union Depot For County Treasurer. district four of Ecambia county.
.is -. f..tr .9. epre&ia "\ the matter with Colonel List i|' P. O. Box 2?1. Penacola, Fla. The friends of Frank E. Brawner Pleuse remember me at the primary .

wonder. What'was
i .* U'jtirj :,:-..M-. "He's dead." replied the lil'utelant'COIoHlll that last stuff for County;; Treasurer of E-cambia July 1;, lw j). )L MKKKIIT.
.':. 'e,:<>i cent at Dru you gave: me? ,
: ;;- coiuiiii County, subject to the action of the Olive, Fla.
'(1 ccn'.byn11. The Reueral's daughter shrieked: |I The Best Liniment For Strains. I democrati: primaries July 15, and
u ,-rtu Slreet. New Tort! ask for him the of the voters.For For
I threw up her hands and would have II j' Mr. 1H.. Wells the merchant at ) ( support County Cuuualeeuner.The .

I fallen from her horse had not the chuf'' Deer Park, Long Island N. Y.. says: County Treasurer. friend* of R. Rathwell: of

t'''''' ''''''' : <,f staff caught her. There nvas a Fen-1"I always recommend Chamberlain'sPain I .) 'tI I announce myself a candidate for BlutI Spring hereby announce hima

sation the officers but Balm as the best liniment for a candidate for County CmnmU-
: among present reuominatiou for the position of
{ You Have I no one lau;:iieiI. .\ sudden thrill like j I strains. I used it last winter for asevere couuttreaun.r of Kscambii;, county sinner from district No. ;of }*cambia -

::11| a death btniggle; passed through; the lameness:: in the side, result :subject to the action of the democratic county subject to the action of
II | j strain and greatly' the democratic
j ing from a was primaries July 15,
I colonel's Ixidy, but beyond this Lc pleased \\ ith the quick relief and cure I Ii I primary. J. W. PRATER. and ak for him the 'support of the '

: 1\110WI'tl110 signs 1 of consciousness. The i I j it| effected." For sale by all druggists voters.

I i RheumatismJURIGSOLA I general Hushed a ghinee at his daugh-i and medicine dealers. i ii For Tax Assessor.I j
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ter as though; he wished a stray shod: For Chairman Executive Committee.
i I Mending Imbrrlla hereby announce myself as a
-, I would knot out her sillv brains. Sometimes an umbrella that beginsto : : I candidate for re-election as Tax As- The friends of John B. Jones here- i

tested and I "lie's nut really: dead, Miss Rosamond and a so-"or for E-cambia county, subject by announce his candidacy for chair- I
cracks pinholes
how tiny maybe
IIIOrlll&\ ," whisix-n'd the chief of staff. I =' to the action of tLe democratic primary mall of the Ecambi County Demo- I
at.l cure j mended at 11 0111 f'. Open the umbrella '
O1 cratic Executive:
.. I 15.; Committee subject .
t July
1\ !: \ an.t "This is n I1:1I1l.) you know. 1
and hold it up to the light Mend to the action of the democraticvoters .
n' I. 58 of W. \V. nJeHA JR.
011: the turning -
.1..1. up j Ja'p..l lady crim'l the holes on the iusidf! with black silk: of the county at large; : at the

", .,.g ttF son.u hue could tell whether than primary July 15, and ak for
I rourtplash-r rut slightly larger For Tax Collector. him
# It" I: (('r. : !
at the informs-
leas pleased or grieved the hearty of the
I .r '8It' the holes. Sun umbrellas and parasols I hereby announce myself aa support voter
...1.I t1U Sol Hull. i mended ill this cat.dictate'for re-election Tax Collector -
j"Didn't more ffTwtiii'ly ,,, as
I .1 LgJUr : EverythingIs For Executive
Secretary Cam-nittet.
\ the Teiith the works'
A : carry way than umbrellas, which sometimes for Escambia county subjectto
on ('hut"kertt hitl!!';" ached the tenernl. i rtTilre a repetition of the mendii ;; I the action of the democratic primary The friend of Bell n. Beers announce

U'.1:: C\o "' \\1. Ca. los A geesCal.! "No, general," replied the lieutenant I Ieouuel after being thoroughly wet so Handy July: lj.; hi- candidacy for Secretary

or ten ; "the judges decided that we I A._H..: D'Al.EMBEKTE.: of the Eeambia CmnlDf'lI1ocratlc
Executive Committee,
: l"U r 8. Inkln Drug Co., 1.,lant!!, Gl.a1 wi-rc slaughtered; and all the field officers I I'almlitrj-. || When using a this: Range For Tax Collector. action of the democratic subject voters to of
,,',, ..!'"q A tnU killed. I "Do you beliexe in palmistry, noL?" : The friends; of Henry Bellingeran- the whole county at the primary I I
"Ilumplir: replied the commander. "I do. A sweet little amateur palm- i that the kitchen work is lightened. nounce him a- a candidate for Tax July 15: and a-k fur him the support
1t11o4S'' t''
"Tbe matter should have: been reported j 1st held my hand for half an Hour the Soups and Sauces are made quickly.You Collector of cauibia county, subject of the voters. ,

---- to uie at once." And, putting spurs to other and told that I was to the democratic primary to be --- -- ---
_________ _____ _______ __ evening: me can always have just the fire
.. .........;o-- !,"s horse, be rode ou, followed by his I, ]going; to fall in love in about twenty I you need for any bit of cooking, and held July of 15.all; 1W2 Democrats.For and reque-t. the For Member Executive Committee.

PUBUGITI\ FOR l.niirhter staff and escort | i iI minutes and ask tbe lady to be mine support The friends of John Touart announce -
-- -- --- --
you can pet everything ready at just
\ I Ill' y WI'I'no sooner out of sight i j and bo accepted and the whole thing Member School Board. him a* a candidate for mem
THE PEOPLE. thin the colonel sat 1 out of thc chair." I j the right time and iu jut the right ber of the County Executive Committee -
up. | ILat's the most ridiculous giveaway !' 1 i way, and the expenses for gas as fuel by announce his candidacy the from precinct I_ and ak for
I, I! him the votes of the democrat of
I I ever beard of. That's why we Acrimony. is surprisingly low. nomination as a member the
en hord costs Ion .1 Cent: i( precinct at the primary July 15. .
can't make soldiers of women. No matter I I P.arker-1 see Molliwitz is going; to | school board from district i i). :8, ___n ___ _

onj K;'er> Krrd is JcaJH how strong; a front they present, j j i ithere's marry Maggie; Shrewsbury. 1 don't PllSCO1 a Gas S Co. subject to the democratic primary For Member Executive Committee.The .
K;,er "a.I-, July the 15th 1PU2.
no knowing but that if a mouse i iFlwuM envy him. but I suppose money talked. friends uf Frank Reilly announce "
-:.- -.:;.: -_-:.--- ranks find that matrimonycan I
: run through their tlwywould CruthVy-Ue'll; him as a candidate for member -
1I.: 1\ '10 1.I1). : I've..J J'I No. 3 S. Palafox St., Pensicola. Fla For Member Board Public Instruction. of the .
give way to panic. Here talk too.darkerAnd County Executive Committee -
I The friends uf Hon. Elijah: Ward
been banging; : about her for months : I fancy that alimonywill announce his name as a candidatefor from precinct 115; and ask for '

AI \N. "..,,Jail!'i.Hint-hold furni'I -'I muffing, pleading; she throwing me have !'.nnip.hinc! ,to say lie-fore long.Can't CHOICESTOF reelection! a* member of the him the support of the democratic ,
kind-ofpvr- voter of the the
1-1\, .a'lY' iitrictpSt'pp'ytoA.A.I'ishr off, filling me all the while( only to Board of Public Instruction from precinct at primary
1 15.;
July I
r : .,: : i i let it out in this silly fashion. Well, Eat district No. 3 of Escambi.i county, :, .

----- I she's !in for it now. It'll lot the talk of i subject to the action of the demo For Executive Committeeman. I II I., '

\\ ,',"'*ll IlUprovt'Q amounts real at low 1'- clew garrison in the army, and if she f FRUITS AND CONFECTIONERY ij f fAT cratic primaries July 15. I, hereby announce myself as a' r
.. '>:, l.e-.lir K.: tlrooks.i refuses hit- again; they'll all say that it \\ 11The stomach is weak the For County Commissioner. *& candidate for member of the County '
> t'Ml&fox] :: St hishrr.tmlni was I at l ho ilidn't come up to the !appetite 13 gone and the bowels are Executive Committee from Precinct '
:, scratch" constipated. Nothing will do you as hereby announce myself as acandidate Thirteen and solicit the of
t 1 ovou nt..fl : much rood as a doe of Hosteller'8 for re-election a+ comity I Democratic support ,
1 '.w moat-y The H>ll; any atuouot you Stomach Bitter before each meal.
w..ntrrlh JAMES
1 -I *.- I of of musketry cambia SWEENEY.For .
and IOWHSI rains roar artilleryolleys ?, It will the stomach county subject to the actionof
'" | strengthen restore -
-"nllllpro\.tldcltvr..1 i i bir//.as. Tln-ii the sounded a ree''' I the democratic 15. '
bugler primaries July
the 14 E2st Government Sit
u tburrYdls; tuUlh .'..1... appetite prevent Comtipi. Executive Committeeman.The : i
I. In-ttI' call. The battle was over."This |tion and po-itivelv cure IxnuiE.s'TIOX and ak the support of the voter.
;}I JOHN n. WELSH.!' friends of Tho. W. Kent announce
: remarked the colonel Formerly Cordova RestaurantHtanc
DvsrersiA. Bn.i
\ \ \ I. corpse( rsxEss: AMMAI.AKIA. : ,
BIIKKOAMO.NKV: him a* a candidate for
\ '-r' your property, rises:. 'V-oes to quarters. Tonight he FEVEKAXI: A itE. TRYA Ole car-load of member
r' ,. pro- Pineapples at f 1.7 ,i I For County Commissioner. of the )Democratic Executive '
o ,.r hay or sell real cs- i gui"> i" n'l''iHtill' surrender.' < l\uTTLI; and see for yourself. Don'tacc'pt to $l.uu dozen. I i Committee
per from Ito
done dr crtption. hnvtr i a substitute.HOSTETTBR'S. : Mr. Frank Juhn-on! hereby an- precinct ij, subject
: tato attt-ndfd to, Tapsa.s' sounding' when the colonel i the action of the primary and ask
'i him-elf candidate
--- nounces as a for
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'a r, i" Watson ..t Co.itaiico rang;: at Cenoral IVrtie's quarters. He ; for him the support of the voter
: '- rejection a; commissionerfrom
t a fnts( .n.1\- called fur Miss Kosamond, and after GOLA county I
a ," tuiKl>rali T'."Hyone !ttO= =o. district four, Ecambia coutity,
i& 11 U_ R' r R' 1111..nd considerable delay the lady came down. For Member Executive Committee. S
: j a Doter. moo..y STOMACH BITTERS.PEOFESSIONALJJARDS. j I subject to the will of the democraticvoters I I'I
"d-tt "ln..amond," be said "pardon me for Grist and Corn Meal Mills in the coining;; primaries. He: The friend of James Mcllutrh an- .

i < uAI.I ;. coming; to you again after having beenso 'I doe this for the reaon that he nounce his candidacy for member of f

v lately refused for the sixth! time" want the office and thinkhe can the County Executive Committeefrom
1"i : "I-i-ii-d;I: F'hlSltlliluMI tarot with some;- The sixtieth you (Ilea!." she said, ;, .... .. ... I be of benefit to the bet interests of precinct 14 and ark for him the ,

.. t uf in at once. Alio for tapping: "LtT silken sandaled foot" on Wrd. ROWE, M. D. MtnofBCtcreriCHOICKMKALAND i the whole county. If his friend support of the democrat of the prp'r

,. .. l.I..n.Iuon.. few im- the I 1'UIIKOUOUND I I and the people intere-tf'd agree; with I duct at the primary July 15.: i e'For ,
-! .ltl rug.
; torr"polld Office: 17 S S. I'aUfoi. STOCK FEF.D.Patronlie r him, he will appreciate their
*, 11\.. Fla. "jjlwIt" sup '
"It will be the six hundredth beforeI I I Member Executive Committee. ,
'q --- Hours from '* to 9:1'11. m. and 1 to ap, m Home Industry, for there li port. \'
.' 1 ,,f mo-t s'.rable lot In p\e you up. and after 7 o'clock every reason you should bay voar Meal and i The friends of W. R. Wright an- I
j*..a';' .''* ": "**r terms by tb. i>'liberhouth "Doubtless your boldness this evening Stock iced from tbe Home Maaotactorer, For County Commiss oner. nominee his candidacy for member of .
Phono CS. ''
': Alcy( :0"a 1'alafoil for by *o doing yon encourage borne Indoi-
'- -alm : : comes from that ridiculous mistake! try. Yoor money is left In the community; ,. The fri*nd- of J. W. Brewton of the County Executive Committee ;. t

-- which occurred ou the field today." and you la tarn are Indirectly beneflted. district No. 5 announce him as a from precinct 15: subject to the action i
II" HIHI.M .. PARKER'SHAIR fostering thg borne manufacturer yon i'' for re-election
"What mistake? candidate from aid of the democratic primary July 'I i
BALSAM oontrbutetothecaaeeof
labor. Yon
( )t' 'a' -" ,...1. hrohbo1d rooili at "I Iuli t tell We that y ou didn't Lear" CIrtrjn and brtui.fici tbe htlr.Fniinutrl It to tbe community In wbtcb j-oa lire ow tnt!j district, subject to the action of the : 15, and ask for him the support of 'I
-: JI>: ..tr..t. slut Slit hesitated. Never rail a lulu to .Bcitore trt frrowth.Gray which contribute to roar tupporl. I 1priinariesiuly'' 15. I the voters of the precinct. f tt
----,- .
Bur to lt Youthful Color. I
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II II' tlulrtl111111. ... "[\0 the dead hf'ar1 Curvt V*P .II hair).it g.Yr..ndltu.t .

"Tbey certainly: do not snore"Well. ." Urm-giit* J i

1' v f'!
t nun or conducting
your ----- -- ----

a o. > :\ Worn positions rinrlr Raga,Col1t'IlI'Ot'gUHraatcetl.o from Mart.'f(1 \\'.. Mrs.Bronchitis Minerva For Smith Twenty of Years.Danville NEW DISCOVERYFOR

__J' i.5tf 111., writes "I 1 Lad bronchitis for THAT COLD. F. E. BRAWNER'S. : !I

\\ '' .nut ,11 n to du gf otral'n twenty years and ne\t>r got relief until
'* A : 1.' outb TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.
|"|l.y ato. I used Fole> s Honey and Tar

jUltf which ia a sure cure." Sold by w. A. Cures ConsumptionCoughs

\\ .'- \ <(.>ol solicitor; will pay D'Alemberte. VJ1 South Palafox street. -For Seven
---I I Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, ''' *0 Days we will Offer the Following Prices:-fa f i I'I .

\\ "H"!'I' : h.ir oun<< men from KiJin : i|. FRED MYERSFRIEND PneumoniaHayFeverPleu- 20 doz Men's French Xeck, drop2tJO Pair Men New Orleans !Sewed You should look at our line ofstichedundershitsfor25cdrawers I '
_. >
HI once to for Hoarseness j
1 "-rnnifnt t't'rnc.p.prepare | risy, LaGrippe, ; ; or Cable Screwed !Shoe*, for this sale, Ladies' High and Low Cut Mhoe3. i I

*..:a:' i Jfrl' lust..LVdnr KapITjlm OF THE BEEF TRUST Sore Throat, Croup and 'to match. $L2); solid leather. WA can !save you money. I ; I

I 2b doz Men's Fancy Striped, .ace. ,Itl yards Lawn :
fast colored
Whooping Cough. 175 Hand !Sewed Vici 0
1'rn 1'-\11 kinas ot empty beer II ,and Plain silk Finished: Balbrigan'Hid SheLen's worth fe'gC' to close! at 5c yard. f
Bill No. 18: A Bill to be r different shape
H. A. raIEDYAN. OOTKtf Senate NO CURE. NO PAY. 'Undershirts at 45c each ; drawers! to
I I toes! ; regular fl, for this sale 12.95 a 5uO X-Bar Muslin, reular.c
PriCt match. I ,
entitled "An Act to prohibit arrange SOc. and S I. TRiAl BOTTLES FREE. i close '
1'01 i/ritv. pair. goods to at 4'I'C yard. i
ments, contracts, agreements, trustsor ---------- -- 10 doz Men X-Bar Undershirts: l.OuOyards! Unbleached Domestic' I ,

X -\j.. 'v-i. t'IMB BROWS LEGHORN combinations, and certain other REMOVAL NOTICE.Dr. worth 50c for 40c; drawers! to match. I have bought the full line of Levyto close at 4';c. : '0 !i

.:?, ..\\:111 tnck; HardwareCo'/anti F.gs for pale.! acts or things intended to or tendingto :25: doz Men's Scriven Patent, seam Pou Co. boys'! shoes! that 1 will close }.()JO yards! Best Check Oinfchanv I I

prevent, hinder or obstruct the law. side drawers, worth 65c, for this! sale out at cost. fast colored, regular 7c goods, for'f
II.\1ltlaftfl.-i.M ful sale of Florida fed beef, or other G. H. Tuttle, I li:3Se. this sale 6c. I
; !4\K.\l beef meat or cattle or other edible! 23 doz 125 pair Boys' Easy Walkers!, reg- 10 I
1 iT BF1RE-Meaabctnrer 11 Boys Extra Size Pants, 12 to pieces and Red .
ular oOc to close Sic
A-; 1"'5 H*"*.!;-r II.\'tc,8'J'i.A Hair bond*. H ata Toiletvw animal in this state or tendingto i Dr. J. G. Heard, I.i 1. ? years!, worth f 1 a pair, for this sale goods! at pair. Linen, regular! 40cWhite good, to atTable ,i i'

W. Government monopolize the sale of or the price 50c.We 75 pair Men's Low-Cat Patent 25c yard.0 one over 5 yards. I }

i 1"., = thereof." DENTISTS. |i'; carry a fall line of Boys' Wash Leather shoe we have been selling 30 pieces! Medicated 21-inch Cotton ,

t 1. I'-ur I-uuernl.,. Referred to the Judiciary committeeof Rooms 7 and 0, Masonic Temple. Pants Call and see them. i at f 2.50 pair, to close at $I.7.3 pair. Diaper worth &5c, for this gale 60c. l
1'y'l; tu"nllbedII which Mr. Myers was chairman. !
.. .,, 0:I. .: honaaet, (Page 61.) i All branches of Surgical Operative and f j

>-, .'"":." 11or"DO,8.:1 orepeelaldeelgnatn.t : Rest Gregory Judiciary Committee, after careful'I ': meal Mechanical skill. > performed.with tech Sidlm
examination, returns Senate Bill
4 special attention given to Children's >
1 1'I-140U'EU'o! 18. without recommendation. (Page; ,Teethoold and Porcelain Killings, Crown I
l I. > KS.S':!"- -and< Floral- < x Nx Leilgns-l
ordered for ocitomen, I On passage of Senate Bill No. 18, r Best Material; Competent Equipment f t

U ) eao lr.'J West rl'llol'1.j i Mr. Myers voted NO. (Page 312,) | II I lO;5 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET. i
[Senate Journal 1397]. i I Telephone. 078. i!


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Could Not Lie Down I ONE OF THE MANY MYERS' (

pH Humors REAL; ESTATE Sit Up or Stand, Without I VOTES_ AGAINST THE PEOPLE f'SlfODgest:i t I'D t thef\\ ofThe

SI They take ro'Hf'uiont the body, and i I
I are Lords tl Misrule. Experiencing the Most Excruciating -I| ; -1: Annual
attended by pimples, boils, the i 1 !'o'a'f'lnf'n, ir
They are
at the I'ost Office at Feoacola I Senate Bill No. 28. A Bill tc be en- ]
J'1a..leclod-cla. mattl'r.orfICE itching letter salt rheum and other cuf I Boding Itevenilwr Stet, 11101 ,f
taneoua erections; by feelings of weakness, iI I Pain. ;titled, "An Act to prevent unjust discrimination !I
laneuor, general debility and wtat n t.T1.t'Y .
:-Hltfi Building, 211/y Booth more suffering than anything I' j I( in the rates for
: cause charged ,1 THE[ [EQWTIBIE
l'aIafolltrl'l't, np-itmlrs. elw. e-: :' v 'ARIOUd transfers I .
HeaUb Strength, Peace ar.d Pleasurerequire '' } of Escambia transportation cf passengers and
county !
THE HEWS PUBLISHINC CO.l l their expulsion: and this is jiosi- I
lively effected, according to thousands: of 'I, realty were recorded : Palle1s s Celery COlD ponni freights by railroad companies
I Terms: Invariably in Advance. I grateful testimonials, byHood's t4: ai i during the weekending :I and other common carriers, and tiff ASSURANCE[ SOCIETY

f On Tear by M ail .. .. .*5 00 Sarsaparilla I\I' ;, I Saturday, i After lie Failures of Physicians ;to prohibit railroad companies and .

250: carriers Assets _..
other in
Biz Monttu i iOa Which rad.caliy: and jrmanertly drives July 12th:: all of common this state, | ,

W..k.byl'arrlE'rl'ayable Monday 101, item out and builds up tae 1\hole system. I/J which are reportedfor Special) Meiicioes and Electric from charging other than just andI Reserve and otrer Liabu -
: _
I! I reasonable rates and to the .: ,
e Mdrtrtttirg Rates Furnished on Application THE NEWS by I prevent

(j A LEAGUE RALLY The*. C. Watson & Co., real estate Battery, Banishes Pain antI granting of any rebate, discount, over Surplnslfromwhich Dividends :------

TELEPHONE NO. 118. |! agents: 'I i I ;i weights and other special terms to are paid s -

-- I Morris Bear et al to Jancy and W. Tortures and Restores !persons, corporations, or firms, and to ::. 7

1 'i IN THE PLAZA D. Ray-40 acres of sec 39, tp 1 s, r Health provide' for damages for violating the Paid lteA to.Policy-holders. . :. . . in. .1 _- -

31 w-$150. conditions of this act and to prescribea New Insurance :.
I IPENSAOOLA. --- in 19ul s '<
r,P.ta II II I W. L. Bell and wife to H. G. De- In the ranks of sick, tortured, and mode of procedure of rules and evidence Total Insurance in force -

I A great throng: of ladies and gen- Silva-2 acres of the Maura tract-f 1.W. diseased sufferers, many men and in all cases." Mr. Myers voted Dec. 31, 1W1 . *: : -'. _-, -_

JULY ) 5. 1902 tlemen gathered in the Plaza last I S. Garfield and wife to W. ri. I cause women of have the failures become of hopeless physicians be- NO on the passage of this bill. (Sen- Notwithstanding the r..t'r. ..

ri Irb night in response to the invitationof Garfield & Co.-Lots 1 toI, 21 and and their medicines.We ate Journal. Page 1211. 20june2t cial strength of the Society! :ami '. .

l 22: block 20 East King tract-$1. I would have all such dejected greater security whit it- : .
,l MOBILE'S leer war threatens to'I the Democratic League of Escam- I Jos. Malasham to Wm. Fisher- and despairing mortals take comfort Don't Fail to Try This. holder thereby pnjor :' K\ n:

a 3 OTertiow the borders of that city. bia attend their this daWe would impress 'are LOW and GUARANI I J
County to closing Lot o, block 41, East King tract 5 W. I very Whenever an honest trial is givento
them the blessed truth that : ter tban given by ot.ieOOWLES : .
Will it reach l'en acola? upon
1 l rally of the campaign.President I McMillan Mill Co. to L. G. Hanks 1; Paine's Celery Compound is abundantly Electric Bitters for any trouble itj i,I I II

tEiKETAKY MOODY getting/ clo-e T. E. Welles of the i -80 acres of sec 15, tp 5 n, r 32 w- I able to save and cure even at Is recommended for a permanent cure II
100. the eleventh hour. Paine's Celery will surely be effected. It never fails I
r after the strictly ornamental element Democratic League presided.The I its lifesaving ,
f Jno. Patterson; and wife to L. & X. Compound accomplishes to tone the stomach, regulate the kidneys -
of the naval olttcial establishment
Senator 1'\. R. : work for the old and young when
speakers were : .
i # I and purposes,) e-tablish and execute I 11.: R. Co.-: 2'-I acres of sec :24, tp :2 n, ''all other treatment fails. A multi- and bowels, stimulate the liver, i I Generaln< "

t a regulation; limiting shore I :'olallorycott: M. Loftin, Henry C. r 31 w-Z1375.; j tulle of people have furnished strong invigorate the nerves and purify the 309 r;. Palafox St.. t- \

soft to four ; Clopton, D. W. C. Yarbrou0'h; and J. Lee Daniell and wife to Morgan 'and incontrovertible testimony iu blood. It's a wonderful tonic for rundown I
i duty in places year r
: of the statement that"Paine's
# I Emmet Wolfe. Moore-South BO: ft of north lit ft of support systems. Electric Bitters positively -
Celery Compound makes : If a Man Lie, to \ .
:1 THE telegraphic announcement of lots 4 and block 44 East cures kidney and liver troubles ]
I I A telegram was read from Gen. W. o, King sick people well Mr John! W. ,1, And say scene i't'.. -
the i i"iiinh' of a warrant for Florida' : tract-f2'J5.; Boyd, of )Mi-hawaka Ind., refers to stomach disorders, mrvuuanpse sleepIrssness '
416 IS. Lamar that !lotion oil or alien' ': .
regret a'
Indian war cliim a few days ao expressing John Willis and wife to B. J. Hud- his own case as follows- rheumatism: neuralgia, and as n1Jckl n'smi.. .-
was premature. Governor Jennings i prior engagement; in Gad-den county ''son-l'art of ?ec 8, tp 5 n, r 30 westSi. i i 1 with"La a-t winter severe I was attack taken of nervous down expels! mala! ia. Sar-fai'i!" puaiantfod years of ilia: .
,I has received the warrant, but it'! prevented his adJre-ing his Escam-' |and muscular rheumatism: : so bad hyV.. A. \li-riiV I it- irii4t-t; Piles, Burns Bo:N. I

k! :amount to only $ti; '.O'.f, instead of'' bia county friends on this occasion. '! M. Louise Sullivan to Clara Beck ': that I could not lie down, ?it up or Only ;.lo 1.lntFAMilY -. Vims.) Cuts. Seal.-. I I'-: -

I' fbM,647ic::. We wouldn't have held jI | 1 i -Lot is, block bll, Belmont No, West i I stand, without the most excruciating } Eruptions prove it '
The addre=-p. were attentively I i I pain. I was all the time under TICKET'SAT cheapest.;; 23; cent.it V': \
+ j je j SEASON
out f' ro -mall a matter a* two King tract-$475.; btrtc's
drug store.
| the care of two of the bet plt"iI -
listened and several
+ cent, but would like to know what ] to the speakerswere Ja*. C. Watson to Willie Williams cia liS of the place, but I did not im'prove. :

rJt i became of. _the S1.9W. I heartily applauded: at frequent -GO ft on Davis street by 110 ft on !9th 1 took different rheumatic SICARI'S BATH HOUSE HERE MYERS VOTES NO
cures and need au electric battery ,
interval-. street, block 51, East King tract-
t' Ix the house of representatives of I half hour each day for ten days

tI, the next Cougre-s there will be a i I -uo. '!I without any relit Finally I coiij Frank -igari j will i--ue )loij family i
Need More Help. I Laura C. Ciro: and husband to C. I eluded to try Paiue's Celery ComI House Bill 95, Page V1to :,
.1 1 adJitiou of M!\ member?, making; the I II j season: tickets for baths at !nsplen:
Oft:n the overtaxed organs of dlges- i' O. Meux-CO by W ft of block 5, Don- I pound, and to my surpn-e after u-- be entitled, "An act .
total 3"'i. The republicans now have I did bath house, for a family: of
half of bottle one
lUg one a I was able to
',,1 tion cry out for help by dyspepsia'spains elson tractG9.J. receipt, shipment and dehvrfreight :, '
,' a majority over the democrats ofIj.; j I I' get out. and before I used the whole i to three at #1.50 for the rt-a-on: and
nausea, dizziness, headaches, S. Whiting et al to Wm. Fisherba by railroad compani-, ,
; : bottle I went to work and have
To secure a majority the democrat for a family of from three up for two
liver complaints and bowel disorders.] 8-12 ft front on Tarragona street !l worked every day since. I have 1 other common carriers, and to. '
p will have to elect 3, more member: I dollar Theeeaon ticket- will
Such troubles call for the prompt use I by t h7 ft deep, between Intendenciaand gained :2o pound- weight and am !I railroad companies to transps I".
than they now have. That doesn'tappear i !i feeling tiN rate" entitle the family: to bathe whknever'they .
of Government return cars received from
Dr. King's New Life Pills. They streets-$2,600 conr-
I t4 to be very much of a task, wi-h throughout tie"a=nn.
Allison Kellogg and wife to Van lines of railroads, to construct -
are gentle thorough and guaranteedto : I sand ;
considering the advantages theypossess.
I The 1)Ifferenee.i 2'JjIin j
Mirt. 23: cents atV.. _\. D'Alcm- Pelt Bros connections
l ; I -13 2 acres of lot 2, sec 16, with each ofer <
___ ___ btrtts drug store.FAREWELL ; i Mrs. Dasb-TLe idea of Mrs. Hash lines." Mr.
d tp 1 s. r 30 w-fGO. I : Myers voted NO. 28juf
hauiiir society aspirations! Why, her FINE STATIONERY.
THE NEWS ;gratefully acknowledges i
: father was a peddler:
receipt of the first issue of MEETING Mr. a'h-Yts: she's entirely too for i Grass Shears that will i'at

The Gulf States Historical ) Of All Hot Weather Enemiesof C. \'. Thomp-nn, NJ. 11 South i
Iag."- ward. She ought to haujr back;; untilpeople close, at the Willis{ Hardware '

line, edited by Hon. Thos. M. Owen OF UNION DEMOCRATS humanity cholera is the worst. hate forgotten It. Now. in your Palafox street has j-j-t opened; anew ,' Co's.

director of the Alabama department j jof I I Treatment to be effective must be case my dear, it was your grandfather supply of Linen and Bond I II |

prompt. When vomiting, purging who was a pedd'tr.Trur! .
archives and and !
history, publihed n.daIllM from Hi* >onh Wwx!
i. and sweat announce that the disease Paper, white, blue and gray: with I ed '. Its The farewell of the Union I Uf la Lj-Unisain.tie certain cure fur, ..
; bi-monthly Montgomery. meeting; < u
I is .
combat it
I present Perry I Jlrl'lIm. i Envelopes to match: Oxford sizes ;

i purpose, ai indicated by its name i-" I Democratic: Cluo was held last night :. Davis' Painkiller. All bowel trouble "The other r.liht I took a nap on the also Foreign Mail Tablet with Envelopes I

1 in the interest of the collection and : ?, like diarrhea, cholera morbus I sofa and dwuwd something sharp was FRANK SECARTSBATH HOUSE
with a representation of the to match. Ink Pencil
poor and
.t dysentery are overcome by Pain.
ervation of historical ri I I Iclub's -
'' at .
rre "
I going through Il> '
Penholders, Blankbooks, File-, etc.,
killer. It
is healthp'romoting
1.::00 enrollment"W equally: Deep water
sea: bathing,
: night
in Alabama Florid, : "Hid the dream come true? '
;111 in all climates etc., always on haul I h day for white people onlv.
,ul.iaul and Texas. 'o-"ISSIPPI'I A. Dunham wa acting chairman : "Ye: when I awoke\ I found my wf Specia
I I II Phone 231.: 'compartment for ladie- w'lthladyattendant.
l I"" Lumber gives abundant promi-e of i if : and called the meeting to ordl-r,1 I had troiutbrouzh; my ItOt\.tl.;; 1 guess Seated beet r.j .'II'Inl'1
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f t ..: I: permanent, u.etllnead its table I j jwf explaining chat the regular chair- ELKS LOOSE CASH she is sharp_ enough. -Chicago: News. .- ....a.......... ................... bath houe: in the cit liitM- ',
i .
I t i ( contents a collection of ; I ... V. .Vt ....... ... ..9' cents. FKAN: 81t.\lu.
'1 pre-euts man, )Ir. SciiUott, was unavoidably I' BY SNEAK THIEFI : Infant I'r"l"c r <.'<>r. Cevullos anti X ift IIR" "n K'
'f, >> ,I matter of iutetiinteret to e> eryj! I Visitor (t* little FrI'tIJp-I.et's fee

r' II reader.; The -ub-cription price i is f:3{ ab-ent. what you !hare learned in your sihooiNow. ... t'

I:. { J' per annum. Speeches were numerous, and a-1 I I' can YOU tell me the difference Gus A. Soderlind

't one man said "they all said a heap, :-; night some thief forced tn'tueen h and ,'? AiTMij'i ,
,I- THE Savannah Morning News volunteer I
I rtl'ldy1'hath's eathy. A bee 1th a rSH T
but then did hiway into the apartments of the :
: I advice to Alabama demo-'I say i intliect. aQ' a they ith full of water ...Till TAILOR,..,
the Among; the who spoke were Hon. Elks, on Palafox treH It is thought t
t Jut concerning primary plan | New York Times.
I : \\KM; OVFKNMK.NT: h'f.
i' .. ,i' !and remarks that: if the primary W. A. and A. C. Blount, Cha. M. I the thief had hid himself before the I F"KNext I".E .
; 1 I' : K,tremea Meet Will for the 1ll'JU11: days make -u .
#; Should be permitted to degenerateinto Coston, L. E. Brooks: James R. Lan- doors were closed.
I "Were you positive enough when you at ::ii per cent is-- than rl'-gt.i! .t
r a mere political machine, worked i I
\ drum and others; The :speech making The cash drawer was: forcibly I told the old man you intended to marry i 5 Days f prices :
by wires from the head'juirters: ,
l' I lIylog Men Suit < '
was cheered the opened and the therein bis daughter? .
by crowd who money .
I I IIpI l.H llfkhUI
of mart politicians who aim to keep T1DK < !8 il d.Me >
"Yes. !but he was IlI'atIn'-Clncln- n SuittfMii (" ",ul -[1
It1 b themselves in power, it will be found made up in enthusiasm what was: I propriated. Something; near $20 is nati Commercial Tribune. l.Rdies'nunHIKIII. Cl-nn :'a 'ii s.
'I i i __ :\ 20c a Copy. MfU'B luuien. "'l"8I1ll"8U d <
to have been
and taken.
1, :as objectionable unsati-factory lacking in number About themostintereting reported The .
I Hint : Now n the time tll iv
t 3* the convention." True, but The !' ;' matter POUND SOCIAL AT ,
speeches of the evening{ was reported yesterday your winter Clothmsr put III t"hape. > :
Newshould have reelected that the MUSIC CO This otter i for fa-
[ morning. PENSACOLA g is thirty < :
\ 4 were made by the Blount brothers. ,
.. inlti.il purpose of the primary-and ----- j SALVATION ARMY BARRACKS rr only. Mention you saw the iidv'1.. :
Refreshments were served throughout I tJ- mPllt in 'I UK DAILY M -
: its confidently expected t'tfl'ct-i- to : MOONLICHT EXCURSION
I 37 S. Palafox Si.I ..
li il I rV otherwise the regular price w.i i: l l"harged. I.
elinlinatefrom the function of choo"r the eveniCk', and the meeting Wednesday night. July Kith. Everybody .

r jsi; I \1 ing candidates the political machine lasted a g'.I"d while. WEDNESDAY NIGHT welcome. Come alonjr. bring a -

; II, and the :'mart politicians who man-J, pound of omethiuand have good V V
,. j I 'time. Something of interest to the 134 134 134 134
and 134
ipalate it, to relegate to the
Treat Your Kidneys For Rheumatism. : The 'learner Enterprise will take children later on. 1.1f111.1N.1N1//IN111
,1. oiasseof the the which ; : .
I. party powers excursionists to the Life Having Sta- i HOI.DEK & YATES '- '

I those industrious individuals have j IVhpn you are suffering from rheu'mattem i tiou Wednesday night, leaving Pala- -s-|
Hammock 134 134Aiteon's
f I.+, I heretofore monopolized. the kidneys must be attendedto i fox wharf at 7:3u: o'clock. Plenty CONCERT AND DANCE AT I I Buy a ; :
t I I time for surf fish MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY: Telephone .
bathing and to eat -
II at once so that they will eliminatethe
.1 I' chowder on the beach. Round XIOHT. TRAINS AT S. S:30: AND .+*. AND KEEP COOL; .<. :
t I SOME Kan-as farmers, shorthuidJ : uric acid from the blood. Foley's :35 cents. Returning, the boat trip.will ''If. LAST TRAIN" RETURNS AT I II I. 134 ;1 It lifor non'P'H.lic f--. 134

r : ? in the wheat harvest, have adoptd Kidney Cure is the most effective | reach the city at 11 o'clock. t I.lli-li; ) TICKET 25 CENTS, AT -\L'OYtlIR .' .

1 1,1 j! ; .- methods which promise a p'>si- remedy for this purpose. H. T. Hopkins J. E. REEL Manager. DEPOT : '
LINES: HOOKS 134 134 134 134 134
1 -- ;
ble but uf the
I temporary of Polar \Vis., sa>'!s: "After unsuccessfully -

tramp problem. They found on a doctoring three years for PENSACOLA CLASSICAL SCHOOL SANTA ROSA SURF | SINKERS; and POLES : ..

: fI west-bound freighi train a choice rheumatism with the best doctors I .
; I i .
I' : '- collection of hobos, about sixty in 'ritil) FoKVs Kidney Cure and it EVERY #
: f ,1 lair.1nnual f'"i'1 11"1:'"'' het"teniber .
t t .s number, and having: vainly otl red cnnd nit.! 1 cannot speak too highlyof !.->, IIIO. art BndeJune ; l I Fish chowder will he served every !i. .

Ii i : them !:! a day for their aid corraled tintitat ." Sunday evening Private parties '
j' m ii i: iiit Sold byV I'J, 1II0a.Tbt' I I'i Baseball Supplies
: the entir" party :and marched them ,' can arrange! to have the came or ; HOUSEWIFKNeeds
; \ (li \1.! nil]!" P. :'Jl S:; 'nth Palafox !: I I II
t ) to the fields, where they were put to other refreshmentserved at anytime .
i .
fcti. d.MYERS aim of this school is to pro- during the week at rea-onaiJII' i. SI"1I AS .
.1\ .
i I work with the women t1f the ueuh- cJrth..rnugh HIGH ": CHOOL: and ,I term". See manager I Bottle
I Bats [Balls and Masks
i ; i lK>rho'>d on guard over them armed COLLEGE PREPARATORY in- I CHAS.: H. BURTON.( I i J a

; with shot gun-. 1'he success of the VOTED AGAINST .tructiuu. The "chnllil" of e-pecial i Poll \1 .
'} I ICoe's !
i f:a' ; plan eeins to prevent interesting 'Interest to three classes : "I Ne" er I"f'i'ain Killer t'. rail j oi Turpentine
REQUIRING RAILROADSTO 1. Tl.o-e who ha\"lugcomplltl'd
r r\l ibilitee When the harvest 1 i- the grades the public -chool wihto : before, what can the matter be? ; Book Store. ; whether for Clfjiiiin/.d- ..r OI li.

I : I over every one of the w:nfs will be. BUILD DEPOTS pur-ue their -tudiefurther with- Where is the bottle 'J here. I ('lotheor for >tin/- "f I I--M-.-

i I: In effect, a millionaire, as a re-tilt of out having home. I thought so : it i i.< not Perry Davis': ..*......It1.1./l14/1.1.1. ('ii'''. Brui-.
: J.! TlIo-1' who wish, with the aidof Painkiller at all, but something the i idru knowth*- VHM"f: I'ur-
; :1 t t. hU involuntary contribution to the '
: the careful have made himself rijuntof 1 urpentm-: d II ">rrt
individual attention ?:! -t must
\\t' '\. : country' wealth ; but it i is safe to I I Senate Bill No. 74. To be entitled that can be given smaller classes i and I did not notice it; I have used: Do y-.ii want a magnificent watch, 'o get the !genuine artn-lt, -.o- ':

tr t i couclu that not one will return to ,<, "An Act to require railroad corporations :and a longer: ,.f--ioll. t., advance Painkiller for years for diarrhea for little money? If -I). call <>n it i- put up by e

i vllIutl.o-and steady employment to construct passenger depots on more rapidly than is possible for cramps and stomach aches ana it Stephens, the jeweler.. H" will ac
them in school-. I commodate.
i failed.
J-; -.is :t result of his experience.. their lines of roads and to provide a :M. Thuwho are fitting themselves i never
penalty therein. for college.In ,
( Men \\ ill !;.
r liojh. On the passage of the bill Mr. addition t'> the u-ual instruction

Ft In the excitement of a lively: exer- :Myers! voted NO. Bill passed 16 to in En'lt-h Mathematics. Hi.. III I! J. M. FOLKMAN,
tory Geosraphy. !Juin. HC" i n truc. / Ii
cjslike boat-raciiii; or ball-playing, 3. (Senate Journal 1891.). i
22june2tSaves .
tr'n is offered, n'it/ < ut rl,-" tuition \1 DEALER \
i they will strain their mucleand go in Greek. French. German and P>[ an- aA !

i home line,in, and sore. Then they a Woman's Life. i ish. The school i; conducted at the I i w<> have ampi-

j"t are glad they have Perry Da\"i-'I To have given up would have meant corner-treet-,of in West a building idsden which and Spring is to 1111JL\\I I L P PAPtR Minu'iet! ..;r to;;

k J Painkiller on hand to soothe the I death for Mrs. Lois Cragg, of Dor be arranged to adapt it especially to a\ ____- tie United States

a qJiHC1nlIt'rvt'I ; to penetrate the chester Mass For years she had the needs of the school. M \

uju-cles with warmth and healingpower. : I' endured un'old misery from a severe The number of 'urllIn attend ( Feather: Scroll. IJJc per i-.>\\. Buffalo Cwho
limited. Mfg .
ance those de-ir- )
h It has relieved the pain oftwo lung trouble and obstinate cough. lugadmittancPshould / Dining Room Tapestry ll.uO pr roll.
I ,)f Americans. "Ouen." she writes, "I could! scarcely cnnunuuieate yla
generations .
Itt brcathe and sometimes could not '1" early a* po -ible with the Princi Guarantee it Abl, l ," ',
# : '! I
; Luge b.ltll.:5 and 5\.1 cents.

!, 14 till speak.I used All doctors Dr. King's and New remedies Discovery failed catalogue pal.For further, addresH. information, termand i Contractor for Decorating .< Only 10 Cents a Bottle, I

i'' +y MEAT A MALT has :a marvelous tcr Consumption and was completelycured. _
t l ." Sufferers from coughs, colds CLAY AKMSTKOM. Call t'p Ph'ine :lt.t or Drop 11'1 a 1 Card
Ii: dlf'tetic:11111': While refre-hiug Principal or chair rend
Throat and lung trouble need this All kinds of

J P 1; ltd pleasant to take, it helps assimilation grand metly: for it never disap PEK'IVALH.WHILEY_ \;-i"tant.. JR. All Work C 0. D. and Guaranteed. rocking chairs at ..AlarotfJnQuina's.

I; I I of food. Sold byDANNHEISsER points. Cure !is guaranteed by W. A. - --- e\ rh1 Corner Uajlen and Gotermnent Sirens, "ery
Prices are
D'Alemberte druggist. Price, GOc WATERMELONS: ATI $ .

r i l: BRO-S. I and ?10iX Trial bottles free. THE GARFIELD ICE CD'S. One Clock Wett of Ho'toCce c Right on to t! Belt Lie. I dow.n .

.. ><.,. ,...., .--,<-f"r, ." .. "" i'< ."., .,"":,..... .' --_....._,_ ......' r.-;.,..".....,..... ,,.;;""' ,N.T. ....,.... .-.O .oor ".' ._T'_" -oT. -
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d. QAEAL President; F. C. HORTON, Cashier I THE WEATHER J

5. J. FOSHEE.Vice.Prelident; M. E. CLARK Ass't Cashier. I I I TODAYLocal ,At the Soda Fountain I i


I 'orecaH-fair tsnight: probably When you want the most

PENSACOLA FLA. showers and thunderstorms Wednesday; L, 1 exhilarating draught you

light variable winds.Temperature ,
I -
always want water -
I rd T i ,t' If

the LARGEST CAPITAL STOCK of bank in the State in last 24 Hour :

Has any I Maximum..... .._.................. .. h;degrees
Minimum ......._......... ................ degrees '

prompt, courteous and careful attention given to all business entrusted LWhiRock

Temperature Elsewhere :

its I 1&I. n.1
to care. Atlanta... ...... ............... ... w M
Bismarck ..... ... ............. .... 2 ; s L1THIA Water]
Chicago.. ..... .............. ..... .. M MI ;T
4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON: TIME DEPOSITS. I Cincinnati...... ........?. .........P. ill i o
| Galveston__.. ...... ... ._....... *H "si -
i Huron.. ..... _... ... .........._... MI\ 64 --I C served at the fountain,
-- J I| Jacksonville ...... ... ... .... wi "t
Kansas city _.......no............ .n.. m W! 74 sparkles like fine wine ; it
FAIRCHILD name will be awarded the paper- 1 Key West ..... ..... ..... .............ko :"
B. H. HAS NOT VOTED 'Memphis ............ ..... .... ....... M 74 is only water bubbling overt
enough to cover a large room. Mobile, ..... .. .............. .. ..... c.. 71! _
urIIQLBTERIR Montgomery ................ ........11)) 7rtI ;; with pure ozone.
The Ladies' Aid !Hociety of the I New Orleans...........................to jllSt'w
38 EAST ROMANA STREET. IN SIX YEARS York ... ..... ..... ........ is -, Bottled at Waukcsha, WIS.r .
I Presbyterian chcrch will give a bay i I Savannah........ __.... .. .. ... kg 74
fl..d #},* and Refinishing Furniture a excursion Thursday night, leaving (I i! St. Louis .. ....... ... HJ ,11i l FOR SALE HERB BY

Specialty. Palafox wharf at o'clock.. Tickets, I L. Bear & Co., Agents :

TMioiio 4OS. I io: cents for adults ; 25; cents for J. R. Saunders, president of the MARITIME.

children. West Coast Xaval Stores Co., re- !'

R. K. WHITE, I ........
I .
Democratic League headquarterstoday ceived which'! --
a telegram yesterday I -- -----
7it"< nJII.l I. I caused him to leave for Valdosta, For July to date .. ...5 S x>: T4I
End Democratic Club Electric .
rooms. -
and Graduate Optician,
lights long-distance phones Ga., last night. The urgency of the i AIUU'ED.m I| r-52S252S25252.SC.5252 52525 .
'I.;' ralalos I St., Prosarola, .'1. 1 .\ sch H Irmaroclr.. .\\*. Peters, i.alv.s- !: "
have been in and returns from 1.11
ton to JuoA ,
message was the attendance upon a I..rrltt.t0 i I\J
- every precinct of the county and I rata I.
from the Third congressional di- legal action in which his company i is I II '1 CLEARED.Pan aU1 aU1off td
liht Nonna. ;ic.4.j Alhcrf.cn. by f or
trict will be received there. The I involved. J Julius Schreyer for ,\''ndborlt.nh 1S*," I :
It lurubrr. \Jlnl i B ft saw n limber. ll.l"u a It
1 I public is invited to hear these returns : hew a ti mbfi, value ftf ;

flEWSNOTESJI.Ctloll i read. The me-sas-e, singular as it may I BAILKD.Ger .

I Robert H. Nieutnan: has been appointed -eem, wa the means of preventingfor : ss Dordrecht, Viewer Mot 2S252522S.JJ

as a letter carrier in the local six years the gentleman from !i CrS 25252525 2 E

| \>cts by buying post oilice and is now in training j NOTICE TORt\En". -- ...-..-. ...... ---- - 1I
caning his vote. For that 1 1I
1 n:: tiic: Meyer: hoe Com- I' learning the routes, etc. Mr. many !I Commander J H Hull. tnsp.cturoffor

Xieuman is from Fort 15'irranca: *. years, and in singular rotation Mr. j Seventh following 1.ll/hthou.t'dlstrllt.official notice: liaslasu-d for

passing the civil service in May and 'I fensHeola: Hay and Kntrance: Xavy > ail
". it irpE'D'at..on & :launders has been called from his Outtr hunk Buoy >0I.. a ,(.eoml-cl ss can, i I
: I U.: H'llliday: Co., .j attaining an average of M per cent. was established 1 Jane ss, L'en for!' MONDAY BARGAINSBeing
He is a third grade eligible. The voting city on the day previous to 'following bearings viz:
a \, i. their doors toniorinds I: Deer Point r.eaon Light E. by N.fensacola .
I{appointing of Mr. Nieumin election and Llght-Hou e.V.. :X\V WEnd
: at unheard of pro- on each occasion themessage of West(coal) wharf navy yard, N.
newatock. vides the Penacola oll'r.e:: with two I I 7. w.
,k. f'Hl1lfor have been of a nature that Tills buoy is placed at the southeasterly
substitute; carrier I I i point of tbe -fathom curve oil 1'ensacoln i in Close Touch with All Markets Implies
;: ::: knowing gentler -- could not be neglected. 'navy yard and marks the channel to anchorage -

.:y ; ice the li=t of ground fur deep draught vessels.KOT1CE Contant
FUNERAL OF I s.. Opportunities. .<'.< I
: : -.l; :L' "itJii and it may I
; TO MARINEUS.Regulations .
l ; t;' t'ut a large per- BURGLAR WASALMOST Totheir acceptance only two requisites are essential : SPOT CASH and "
< of the Marine Hospital Service -
.-- ::.u* qualified will WILL H. WATTS require the Inspection of vessels from BIG or fLET. The opportunity was Ol' U'-w had: the ril'OT

>, ?. .-. : .Jiy. IDENTIFIED i Houtbern foreign ports Maryland via domestic, but via ports such north ports at of CASH Xow you have the tempting chance to save money

I .,I Hhip Island, here full pratique is given by 'pending: it. !Kee our big show windows ; they
,, .. Ic'lloreJ, wa for
1 -: : I !i I a southern port inspection is not pre1 i
The funeral of the late Will H. --- 1 requisite to entrance, speak stronger than cold type. ,
: tt; \v-terday fr petty I

,. wiiirou'ht down fromH. i Watts at Chipley yesterday;, was Jim Parker, a negro, was put to a SUTlC R,

I-r-. she! ud!! taken: a l I from the Methodist; church and was trying test in the police court today Tbe Marine Ho.pltallef\'lce has hsuetl
fr-nn the
"d- ,
11 ,
"i- !; ) attended "
[ by two lodge of Knights when he faced four witnesses who "CoaoUol't's.h which are known and
.' which are In regular trade with Florida '
.r wntil:tu.l {
i i of Pythia were of the opinion but could not from domestic ports of the United States ONE CASE ONE CASE I I

'. ,,, t.I.! : ir.f: f.i Sunday ibe1vwvei i Many friends went from Pen=acola. positively identify him as a man '1! may with enter the undemanding without detention that I If or sickness Inspection of
.he tiiatlt- alld !' any character wbatsur\er shall develop ZAMONA CORDED LAWNS. I REN RON ORGANDIES. I
who had entered several homes j ballreport .
'II f Mi1. Tli.- n!-wSM quarantine officer for inspection -
The actual value but Actual Value h1 1 and lOc) Due
Tne and dl ." i'l1i14C:1 yard: yard.
store* at Chipley were closed West >posluon
'. : w ill-: Iri-: *-x- Zarrago-sa and Government I due to SPOT CASH Purchu-e we to the HPOT CASH Purchase they

,. during the funeral. oiler them at at
t 1.- 1.1. t streets Saturday:; night and early Monday Monday
...' -r>-. Many of the congregation at the !Sunday; morning. Things
appear 10 yards for 35c 5c yard
I I. ..1 i ti! :.1tt' lr-.F.l'. I'tiurch were moved to tear; much against; him. but his case was I II VKSHKL-i IN POUT i I I

'lJir;, >!l" '" w -.r.. '..tf-rred at :St. Will Watt was an exception to I! pa-sed over until Thursday "TEA'I.III1'

,.. !I || It AlbertoTreves,5l7.Cornelta, to Gulf
,- :.. ry y -terd.+y after- I the adage that "a.. prophet iit i not Early: unday morning a black, 1 Transit Co EXTRA SPECIAL SPOT CASH PURCHASE !
i' il w f..ll.iwed tlurny a,1, Hr liatteu Hall, l.iTs; ;, Weppener, to llaars: r
., ,. j without honor save; in his own coun- thickset negro went to John :\ I I lIunwlI
t: r friends. Funeral I ,, Hr Chatton SCI.bandersonto? :! : W is hey: I
w : .. IJ at the Pr('-byI try." gey's home, on South Olivia street, ...r.t 1'0 .57 Pieces St. Albans' Batiste. .. ,
Hr Ktjmont Castle, l-':Il, Fugh to Sullivan -
: I I I The Pensacoliam who attended and when he had entered the houe: Lumber Co :
i span Knero, 14'W, Dt-lgailo, to Uulf 'Cran.0 It was unusual opportunity for us. It IE' also an unusual one for you,
.. -I! i'uiter ale of cloth i the funeral: returned homeatlJuO: ) was di-covered. He was chased: out I, bit \. for they are 12'2: :and l..c value* of exceptionally pretty de-igin and color. .
Hr KarUwood, 1I-, Hrown, to W H: Keyer -
V! AT <(u.< will begin tomor- .o'clock lat eight by Mr. Moungey. afterwards was''' t Co !
.. ""1.uict' >pnn Gracie, ;!;.', Luzarra, toM H Hut I Extra Special at lOc yard or 10 yards for 85c. 1 :
suits ------- -
seen by a number of witne;;e3, all of livan ;
'II >I. I (...-t you to :Chf:1r-j' Appointed General Attorney. Br Inch moor. ;it Has, to 1narstCoHr I 1MEN'S
Hi. hmllnll.'a... whom said this morning that his actions Lustletgb.Baker I toW H KeyserA '
July U.-H. A. Jackson
( ill -.arly and see thevrinely Co
low prices ./f this city, has been appointeJ were extremely "suspicion !'I r.rLangbam, Ijtlf, Keatberton. to Ino A I .
)I general rttt'iiney of the Chicago Hock Merrltt A Co
." i. Island ai I'acific Railroad company, I Am loKr 1'ensacola, I'M' ;', Leech, to Uulf Transit j' Every man i N interested HKRK. for,7 dozen Celebrated h la.s- ,

\ *, I that tinlargest i I with beauuarters; at Chicago. The If you are lo-ing appetite. lying Inson Halopia, I."I', Burgess, to Kiz M Koti I we are f'llIlIgi1.\\D.-\RDDOL"t' canl t, Drawers, the '/ <->c

-. i-i.n will I/t .in the appointment is effective August 1. awake night, take Hood's :Sarsaparilla !\i: t Scotia. Milt, Haner toljulf Transit Co SHIRTS i at i I
\' v-i"ii, tomorrow -it'-, just the tonic you need. Br Mlverdale, 1711 Ball, to Pt'nacolaLumlo..r kind. There will be no more : ,
night Co 65c.LAB .
.. >i. i.'finent of J. E.I i Everybody ha a nirht to a little ---- -, \or Manna, :':r.J. Cbristen, to Gulf I after this lof.Don't !.
!' piece of this earth. But they mut; Transit Co
1 ." tug and fish! cliow- fight for it. They must watch their Br Twickeubaiii, InM I'BMS m to orderSHIl'S. miss this great; opportunity.1
This i is the la-t week. 37 e pair. '
S iving station. I Moat: j chance to get it, and get it. f

\ w irf at 7 ::\0 i 1'. in. 1 Thos. C. Watson & Co. Ku Kndymion.', fellersm to Haar.Dunwody .. I

'" I II I'i have ;ome particularly fine bargain I DAY Kings tCoBr County. -'".'I. Halter to order
: wall: paper now to otter just now, and they invite ;, Rus ucran 141, Mat tssen to ., M Ji o 24 Pair Heywood's $3.50 Tan Shoes to Close '
'. t f." how window of ;i you to come and investigate same. K4RK4Km ,

.Ming, will be given I \'ou will never regret having done Australia ', tagerston. to order ;'
fO. The night and early morning Nor Avien+ore, lut-l. Hansen, to orderIt at $2.50 per pair. 1 ;
\l '
; frH 1'liurdaytuhhtIL Anna Marie: llrt Tin to, to itosascoHors ,__ _______.. ._____.. .. .. .H... _. . .. .._
to of the ,
: the well known previous opening polls was | Alexander Lawrence, 11.B, Haaversen.
I,1 .AI ar ton $ Oidna
' i'--r'' and decorator !\ the largest line matting II.I. celebrated here in such a manner JI |;i to It W Her-tgllere Ii hen ser t, l'o lull, Feeko, to Baars. llun.WOtly' ; :

i --n building today: 1 that the revenues of the city were1increased Co W. J. & B. '
shades It Klnistone.7C.: 'lIpuro.lo order
'I> rugs window etc. : jl
1 1 Ill' I
name ,
;rat your SICK) from Nor l'1I1aro lull. NICIe0,10order
in the i We{ i iI jn-t today's police :Nor Hugo. *"'1\1. Hanssen. loonier ;! I
I.iy night the naini '*; .. city. lay our \ I :
court. lian :0.orlll" :1>11. AII>ertsen. to Haars.
.: Iud tll time twelfth I i I matting free. 1 liunwody A "'0 '

I There were :3'2 cases on the docket.''I I Kus Br Haerimner Kbea, W. Nvroos. 'LioisiaiLtuorderNor to order If You Uuy Them at the Boston Shoe 'teorP. They arn ( o i ; ;

I Ten of these were continued until j Hunbeant.i1 Aud..r'.n to order
: It Thomat. M i. Lauro to order
r\'t: : ; I It 1irgniaw.I!,1'asalotoitoeacoBros ,
I tomorrow and four defendants weredischarged. j Ii'.RKtSTI 5.. Satisfaction and I I
In the cae against': : Am 'Herbert A Kuller. W, Naito order \
A FRESH SHIPMENT( OF Br *koda. tI..,. Lee, to 8 H L CoM'lKHINLKS. I Ii
8fc i I Eugene Uoykin. who was thought to I
i 11.\\1: 'I1)1: i
I Hr Mabel llamas 111. Albany, to Simpson
P ,- ', ---,- I have Ind criminal knowledge of a' A 1'oAm I
: Mary Sanford. &:JI\. McDonald.tohno| I I
i i recent burglary! the affidavit was AMtrnttCo I II t Boston Shoe Store Shoes


P .
: ; ,I II
.< ..,..- -----" Llan Hr: s.*. Croton Rio Ja- J
--- -annor at
.' I i The is i satisfied: with the anJ finish the foot :
.. -'.- "( tirporrrd Dally fur The yews bj ;i niero i ii eye tyie ; is ;ati-fied : of
i t'nion Naval Stores Co. i j Pnrtuiialete, I'.r. .55'7' Jenkins, at Hamburg I perfect fit ant absolute comfort ; the purse i is satisfied with a i l III
I I May 3'I I I"
JUST RlHCIzlVED.jj [ I j BOBI5. I B\RKS price for superior ;hogs that will give better Service : i i. ,
Antonio erg, ;I5.'ld 1'alini May 15 I i
>VW ... !! Hi; H. .. .... ...II ;H Uico, It sld Table- nay Maya than those purchased ew hHe. i iI : i iI
; WU :< t'U .. 1to iilive Mount, It, sl I .
FRESH FLORIDA SYRUP N .. I'' K .... 1f}) I ---...._......,.. : f.f.t
kIN M .. "i -I K ... -. 1iBPII :
jj K. ::. II. ..... ... 1 vi I.lUr tni IKhrr Inn. '
m. ... ".'> C below ...,. l 1.1 1 j i
IT. TtH1P&-Tllfl-H' The fulliiwiii! ? !story i is tnl.l in rvf.T-
f : GALLON JUGS 75cts PER GALLON. g j en'-o to Mr. Lowi-il's s''toni! uuirria: ;:"1. ; 1 I ;

At the tine' when rumors of the event ,
( 'Hlav 'vii1P-.
WIII.\XUI.I: : !.t'ClIlt' curn'iit uiunnu his friends one NATIIN: (.. l'OIWIIIDI.I I : : ;, I'rhl'I'i"fur. ; ; I 'f
: tll" captain.owners of thrt.i a tttiu'b admirer of the first '
.ittSETHtI IKn..... of tbt puii- Mr- L,,.'. ell and a linn fip\er l in her
Leaders of Low Prices. 117 South
( M. F. Gonzalez & Co's Corn Meal g : rae'la for debts w'.11 contracted b(? re.- bu"I'all.t." iHTiiiiinent wnlow,Ti< l. Palafox I : i 1 1ii 1: :

bv the crew of said VfscIK tIol!U It upon h 'r-flf to deny the jo";iip I' ,

f ISl.f.lvli.v.: : M. H Sullivan L+ /AKKA'.V.capi in' every time i.i; met lier. 1'iuiUy.: b"w. TIn !\\:o.Y.HOS..\ Fishing tackle of all kinds j f 1 ,; "

on.lgl:..... IJ.IdDSITHEK ever the annouiici-uient cauie to her ..jf
sl'llr' KATHINCi: lst.BIhllII''tT'Hathin and good crab t { ,
nets at the
i from such extremely I puod authority! i : i 1

: COJ : tb CHptaia.o 'nrrj I that tier faith was -hakl'l1.i'hi. '' ;? in the warm gulf waters H Willis Hardwaer Cos. I''
SOL CAHN & ,,:ni-HS will! of be tbeKus rrponi-.blp I wrote fraukly to Mr. I/iwell! that conceed to be the finest in the !I "* "- *- -M- -B_ _B ;j :

p .. contracted bythrcrew she bad bir the reports and fr i.tcntly ; world. EvervthinforpIeaaure with :, VIRGINIA COLLEGE t I IJur
I of said vessel denied then l but now l began to safety. Good board and lodging: ; by f I !: f

STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERS H. Baars Co ii !'tl ER-IN.(.' : : doubt her neht t.> do >..}. She t..'??".I the diyor week. Luncheon promptly Yor.Vi: I.ADIFI.. 1ti anoke. i'a. + I i' .. I,
... ;served at all hour, day r.r night. "JI..n.I'o"pt IH irj: '"tu 1 of the leading I bSenools
l"m.IIW. uJitNLi1Hr.Rnrcaptain.oNaers I "
him to kt b T know the true state ofaffair I for ti.uijs Lnili- .n itf M nth 'I' i. ,.
I I2U1tf I !
: rner Palafox and Intendencia Streets. (Rc : ", whether she was to Relieve CHARLES H. BrRTO.N.Managf-r. |'Campus New build.to a ngt< f* piau(.rn'id 4 tnn aiid,in'aia rquiprnrot cene-, t i:. S':: .

nor :onijDfct 0: tbe Kuk him a no\or-to-Iie-c-ons"lf husband or, I i ry in \\"alll'y..f.. faiii a for ti"a1tb '''uruppiin i. t II t

178. ** k< Pensacola Fla. = sponsible') Australia for aebU will contracted bv rt>- after :i'I:l .i-ist like: any other man." The finest line of sterling silver ,I ('onservetorvadvantagi.s and Aintrcan t"II'I -t> 'hull. %I U".-our>>and.. ,: ,

I frr the crew of a.d vt"e! ., TLc an wtr was prompt and brief: zood. and silver novelties i is to be I,, Klocniiontii' ( fnU from :,. tjr States, '
W KI EK'TKI'V "{mar MaiUm-Yours, like any other found at J. I. Stephens'. Prices toi For cataloetiKnlilrnnj
:\: "" "' """ '" "' To ma- el captain. I I MA1T.KH; H.iItitIs.I'rrsldsnt,
I salt man." i please all. J oaooke. \'..


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I !, A Japanese Hero.I I Ready To Sail tor'Alai ----

recall to mind a story of an officer WHY PHYSICIANS FAIL New York, July H.-The Peary relief

) In the Japanese emperor's army which ship Windward will begun her voy. Cures All Kinds of

Ii was besieging; a fortress. Its number ae to the Arctic regions late this af

was small and a relieving;: army was To Cure Many Cases of Female Ills. ternoon. The work of taking on Kidney and Bladder TroublesKidney

t coming up. It was: of immense moment I stores has proceeded rapidly today, .

that tiv frbuuM! know bow long: I Some Sensible Reasons Why Mrs. and it Is believed that nothing will
v and Bladder Trouble
the fortress ('oul.111'J1
capitulate for want tI f supplies withina Pinkham is More Successful Than parture. The Windward will stop I and all kinds of diseases produced by a:.

wf'l k! trey smile! stay and win thecampaign I I t j first at Portland. :Me., and then at Sydney -I excess of uric acid

for the ,ides| >ror. A young Many Family Doctors. ;i where :Mrs. Peary and her daughter -

I Uapaix-se n"l>lcman volunteer to 50 : will be taken aboard. I II

I Into the furtn-ss and ascertain how HarrisLithia

long it could hold out. lie disguisedhlms"If A woman: w sick-some disease i.'culi.ir to her sex is fast developing I H. Brokaw Dies.

I : and in passing; learned that it in her system. She goes to her family physician and tells him a Rev W. R William
I New York July 14.- v.
j had food and water for only two days story but not the whole s-tory. Water
: Hall Brokaw, who, during the Span
She holds back something her head Incomes agitated
r more. es : forgets ish-American war had charge of the
1 As he was going; out with this, precious what she wants to say, and finally conceals what she ought to have told, I
Association at
Men's Christian
t t Information 'hi' was detected) and and this completely mystifies the doctor.Is I Young Is recommended by the best physicians: allover

r' a the said! to him "We are going; : Camp Alger. In Virginia besides assisting the United States. For sale
enemy it a wonder therefore, that the doctor fails to cnre the disease ? in the sanitary arrangementsof everywhere
i !
to crucify you I.ut1' will lit you off Still we cannot blame the woman for it Is very embarrassing to detail the camp, is dead at his home in --shipped anywhere.

f on one -on.1ti"n-th"t you >:0 to the some of the symptoms of her suffering, even to her family physician. ;f
this He formerly filled the pulpit -
wall and tell people that we have I city.
your hundreds of thousin.ls of
This is the reason why women are now Nothing Can Comparewith
u supplies for a \v'{- .." with ) Ma- To her of the Protestant Episcopal churchat
t in correspondence Irs.l"inkham. at Ljnii, I. they I .
.S lie ,,:\I.!. "Very well" and went to that when she is to advise them she San Antonio, Tea HARRIS LITHIA CARBONATED WATER for table use. n"'RRI.LnIDA
can give every symptom, so ready I i GIXGIK ALE is the finest of all alei.
the wall. Ills wife and children in thebesiegers' is in possession of more facts from her Cot'fl'OolM! i uult-nce with the patient:

; camp saw him his! friends than the obtain interview. Pauncefote's Body Reaches England.
physician can jiosaibly through a juT.sonal I Write for Free BooKlets-Full
testimonials of ,
were there al-.,. and h<- held up lx>tb : i Southampton July 14.-The., United cures, analrse.
: Following we publish a letter from a wunun showing the result ofa etc. to show to your physician
his hands and ail to tin-in: here States cruiser Brooklyn, from Annapo
correspondence with Mrs. Pinkham.11 such 1. tier are ioiiMtlenilabsolutely '
f ere supplies fur but, two d.ijs. Continue hiss July 1. having on board the r-
confidential hr )Irs. Pinkhum, and are never: publishedin Harris Lithia Springs Co., Harris Springs, S. C
j tl.eit';.:.- and you will take the mains of Lord Pauncefote. late ambassador
any way or manner without the consent in writing of the indent ;
)llacl'. but hundreds of women are.so grateful for the health which Mrs. link- of Great Britain at Washington
lie died: by a hundred spear points, arrived here this morning. The
ham and her medicine have been able to restore to them that they not
but he l.adOlll'! his duty to his I CALL OX OR TELEPHONE
gen I 1 body was landed soon after 11 o'clock.
only Consent to publishing their letters, !but write ;king that this be I
; 'rll.-ir lM: \\'
Declares for Compulsory Education.

Out of One
4 Many years ago before the days oft -- J. L"" ar. pastor of the Court street
1r f .! r-- Methodist church, preached on educAtion TRY i mTHE } ) VI/ANT t LUMU !

withtheir infant were ;;: at the morning service, and de !

tali across :Salisbury plain. .\'! the story i h dared himself: IE favor of compulsory

told in )Ir. .\. I'. 1 Uus.sfll's "Ch.iraeterMi education as the only remedy for tha
; ;
*-!*." they wenurntaken by a !>ol'"f'rr ,+s\ literacy that iltlicts the southern : NEW GROCERY STORE.MOVER

1 > storm nod took refuse; iu a lone itates. .

H hut. .. ; 5' I -
i E>shepherd } o -- .'
The child had taken cold before they;
When Other Medicines Have Failed
f ('oul.llin.) frln'ltr and the curse began; ; WILL

t. at once to undress: it by the warm Take Foley's Kidney Cure. It has
1i cured when everthine else has dig
('oltlgtin'. As she pulled off one
,t : appointed. Sold l.y \\". A. D'Altci- Keeps a Complete First-Class Up-to-Date Stockof
3 i rich silken parnu-nt after mother theIhl'lI"I..1 ,
berte,, 1'I South Palafox Itnt't.;
Adi ) ) nit.! his wife luuLcU on in I II Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries.No .

awed siloneo.

At la.t the process of undressing was ( Tl I Medical Society Attention 30 W. Government St., Salisbury Block

.j I i compli-tod and the little naked baby I There will be a regular meeting of
_j j1 was b -inr waruu-d by the lire. There s fN be Pensacola Medical (Society at .

iJ# ; It sat, with all its splendid outer husks J the Board of Health ofPc "at E''

; i jrfH-N-d elY its little IHI.IV iM-;.:inning to h o'clockp.m. Tuesday. July 22. ICE AND WOOD.WE

a' plow In the hut by the lire. The sheer Visiting: physicians are cordially I ail

.- herd drew a Ions; breath and c clainaed, 'J. invited attend. I

i't "'''!Jy, it's Just like one of ours:" DR.W. C. DEWBERV President., i' EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LARGER TRADE

V. liy rte !' MinL llHiuli.
n25ttf 1cret\1'7:
f To 'jrike hands, with a person Ii i SEND US YOUR ORDERS NCW.
rightly regarded; as a token tf acuity

but very few I.n'Ihow this custom( MYERS PRESENT
i Thompson Olsen c\ Co.
o lfO 'I'. ,
.kerertlitg to a French ethnologist.V. ; Bur NOT VOTING ,

.. ,\vlune\cr two rum met Iu former tlm,'!! Manresa Street, Telt !one 1.: ,

l they were -ustomi-d to bold wjt their Senate Bill :29, A bill to be entitled,

re right hand-s in frontf them: MS a sun;
t "An act to require railroad companiesin ESTABLISHED 1863.
; that they had no intc'ntioa of attarkirtK .
s '- -- '- -
the state to erect cattle yards and -
y it4 ; each othtr. This mark of connlcn Here is Proof of the Value of !\1r Pinkham's Advice.

<'e, hout-MT. CM not prove sulinnt "DEAR Mn+, 1'iSRnAMI have been taking your medicine for two crossings on their lines of railroadin McKENZIE OERTING & CO.

c t ( In all cases fur a 1lal1l11a)' hold up his, monthand write to you for ome a-inee concerning it I am in very poor certain cases." The Journal shows ) ,
o -- OIALIK8
t' right hl1I111.1 yet if he Amps it health and have been for nearly three rears I am troubled with a pain and that Mr. Myers was present but did 0

closed, may have weapon concealed soreness n tie Lack of my head and neck which develops into an almost unbearable not vote. Pages 399-400, Senate Journal I
M' .1 : : headache at time of menstruation. Since last August I have bet'nl'nnn.1 Ship Gbandlery and General Nardwane
in it. and therefore it became the custom -
1893. 28june1w
Tfci to my bed a great; part of the time. In January I was taken very .
I !
for the two but: hands to grasp sick with one of my awful headaches. and lay for five weeks in a critical eos AND 805 S. PALAKOX HTKKKT..aHTCOTT .
l each otlKT. as only thus could full assurance condition. Our din-tors were unable to tell me the cause of my illness. I had -- --- I

(i 1-e phen that no weapon was I I a ...I.v'r seemingly in my nerves with a marked bilious affection. I was -. ----

LN + concealed in either of tin-in. Tormerly c-miplot.'Iy prostrated. My physician did nothing for me but to put me to LODGE DIRECTORYKNIGHTS REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROERLINO'B KONH CO'B

I,1 ) t therefore, this. I'!>ollrlII'IW the token sleep said it was the condition of my nerves at the time of menstruation. Iwas GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUHSEL HON'S PUMPH

e'' flf loyalty and friendship, was! one orn'dI1flIl,1 advised t > take Ljdhi E. Pinkham'setahh, Compound, and '
:s't trut.l'W: York Herald. I would like your advice and to know the cause of my bud feelings."- MRS.FBAMES OF PYTHIASPentiicoU CIITII Cirdii Paul 8lli liDticil loitroniatj, Skirts, lichn, tlilutXJMPASSKS.

i p 1. )CKESheridan, Mont. (April 27, l:lOi).) LOGS TU.
Lodge No. S. K. of P.,
\ sr of Clark Tnaln. NEAR MIH. l'ISEIIANI wish to testify that I have been greatly benefited C. McKenzie Oertiag Collecting Agent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent Asso
I by the use of your medicine. After taking four bottles I tat better, myhead meet every .Monday eret ciation.
Wlif'll Mark Twain .was 1'g-llIuln and neck were greatly relieved. After reading the testimonies in the ing atii j at Castle Hal:

I j'I his career as a humorous lecturer he book you sent in- I believed that I had a tumor, and a while after when ,J t. In hallding.the mount--third Coor.v'lsltlni WatoiI. ,

t tine day arranged; with a w-om.in acijiMliitanie something the site ,>f an
.1 t tiI that she! should sit in a |IH\: low f..cllil.e! a new creature, can f ire to my work, and can eat and sleep well ?r JI welcomed H, A. 1.FEU. :. The Star Laundry

and start the! applause when he should a privilege that I appreciateery much." MRS. FRANCES: 1. )1
strike his mustache. The lecturer Sheridan Mont. K. K. A H.

l .tailed off so well that he did out nee I' i ouch help. ImweM-r. fur !h.' en tight .. .chwill hf paid 14)",.y">.r....n uli...-.in tiul tint the abuts tt'foumo/liallt'Ueri ,
: the audience from the fiisL fly and are Dot geuiuoe or .er- |>u! !'i.l..J Ivfure obtanirg> tbo 'rlt..r', rprolal pernuatu LaurelsAain ___u__ __ __ __ ___
VrWWWW -u I.xli.i I:. 1'inkliaiu "..I.cor..l'u.. Lvnn, Maps.1)i.pln .
rK by, when nut Ks.vin anytliin; worthy 1
I -f jwrticnlar notice. ln h.ippened: to ( & ? I An Erelljll i ; Call on

pull his ulist ache. and his anxious ally Erp oeltIotI
Acts Immediately. bat made the Gold rt"" V' X; Your Swell
+ in the Ux at 1111t'l'I'"kl' into furious ) ofenllli Iiml.r."Ti e tMal Award to loss FrieinN
I ( :s are -,.met;.mi's more troublein iifera
t applause. Mark was all but broken 11)1't' ) !,"I.! I i- ii-til.i u!!i:a: niiiiv! uiiwiM- s-'il:! f*<*r f-
>- j' by tlNxir.inruUtMitun! and ever afterward tin* "'o" -1101. i It.! !" a nrtilKsanJ o-t<'ii- I.W.HARPERKENTUCKY f OM&>
1- I ail! fi Kn p fi'''rn adding to them 44 "'
1 ir cir fully avoide employin; liltiui-. !Iwl! lQ.iI.01'r! alter exercise. One
; such tn-lp to sucrcssTho ; -> l'I.ht:! :tu i-wi-r.>il )Ir. Crip-: MnttCoush Cute dreed and linen
t' :: cures at once.j your i- irr'-T
tj( ,\1 .- I I I 11"1' S-ir; :huiit.; "tlicro are onougli IWOI-IH j A aolutely safe. Acts immediately WHISKEY
:, able. A woman lor -fi '
11 : quarrels over principle" are trying to get it away from you with Sure cure for coughs colds, croup,

I II j incatiettii'd ;HUM bitter in the world.AtcbisoiHJIobe. .- ,', out Nsiiing any l'4:1111'nI's.-W31itg. i, t'.n-at. and lone troiiM. s Hargis Cold mttttit .. rr jc alway- zauir- a tI1iU'wfoll Ii. '

.,, I' ;' I! \ I ton :Star.:: 'i jPKauuacj', John :Sshcpp.ini:: and Sidney alto awarded ww fli v,< tinct-- by the condition of ; -
.I. t. ... ,063 r :
t KaU. tiSon.- -1 and he goes into her11'''''': '
1. -- ___ I89 &, r a \ '
+ I I Curt Cancer, Blood Poison, Eating If a man makes n prediction, people!' *>?A\X moved with be.iuty wh -b I -
'i j There'
q I lot* of money to be made
.1 t.1' I Sores, Ulcers, Costs Nothing to Try. forget: it if it does not come true but. i in real e-tate-lot* of it. A real es Sold TIT Dancteer Bros. r h ', } + collars and cutfliuve bat *-. :. .j I,

t 'I b Hl-xid poison\ and deadly c,nicer lit- will not lit them furgct it if it comes i tateiuu; i i. usually a fine er-board to the Star Laundrv.

are the "'I r t and ino-t dfjeppatedblood : ; tru<>.-Atcbi.-on\ Ctlul e'. \\"wealth.: Thos. C. Watson &
ki 1 I I Co. the leading; Real Estate firm
; j I "i"I'a..l'o4 mi P.HtlJ.'et. the!:

e'' ,; j J t'1i"1t'.t to cur111'1' H'ltanic Blood\ dtg Cut shire this or out mi and-inp: takp dealer it and to. an u-.- be hav worth anue your oiler while which consider.it wouldt' GoI KIDNEY mum ALL WORK C. O. D. Gcods S Called !for c n Delivered r ,>

I It.i liilm i N Il-.d. If you have Moo a ,.>\ IIf Chaiitii'iain'! Stomach ai. and see them today and dou't wait -.. TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST.

I (".i-"proiluein,: ule<>r-<, bone pain: :, I.1V.-V TaM.'l- Th. Lea phis'r! Ti .-.. till to-morrow. th meet Uul of ill dlJ,
are *
t' L I piuiplemn.uous pitciefalling! :,|kn torn-it lkudk ra "of tK tina<.:: WALKER INGRAHAM

#; t tntr. itchingkin\ *crofulaold riieumatHin 1'1':1'0: 2;;. c'en'sr I Marston Juina are sole uu. Manager.TIME .
\ a1P.lzts for the celebrated
t' lor IIf"\-!we form of c: tIn!:? - -- --- I
cAPcILI1L.: : Odorless refrigerators IICaEY CURE II. TABLE.
and FOLEY'tt
"C:10. C'llndeadly: : ucereat-
' I Beanthe 1t t. 'd Y Hi.71 airs ; ::.I.ISlguatue Itinttsilor RIMIJ
i ; iu;:. bUediiii. fe-terin? s.,re-, -welliu2 absolutely guaranteed or
4 ; i' ; +. lutup:. persistent wart or ...ore.take of #Ii'4-.;.( money refunded. IN EFFECT UECKMKKK t. 1IM1i"
l )5otsiiKHlood lUlm: 11. H. H. roof, ,undid.

3ft It will cure even the woi-t, case after remtditi recofnlud by ,, i everythiug el r> fail;. 15. B. 11. drains --

i the poisitn out of the system and the LAW DEPARTMENT Dent physlcltna> u the lot lOt So.e. I' 0.4. No!. .:No.I so: t Nil'
l b tliod, then l'.t'Q1'1' heal, making I i 7.15 a I Itl m 11f'j p Leave PpnucoJa .. ArrIve f:" a 4 m P 9ti:' p5S
the blood and rich, and building Kidusy and Bladder troublu. : a 2:?7 p I, 1.1. Leav&... JoIomalon J.fo&ve ttG a : \01: p rIlot ', II
pure '
i -ul- a I 4:22p: t:5.'i a Leave MObIl" Leave Is.a'a't I. III n 6 tj II
up the broken-down body Biitauic PJUCI ... .1aAl.gn ': .... ..::t.p' TWn a L""v-"" New: ..rl."n.. 1..e_l M;re' p 1 ". a
Blood Balm iH. B. B. > thor- W. A. D'ALEMBERTE. -

e I ,1 o;'hly tested for ;W years.: Drug John B. Stetson University ,,, North.
-- -- -
:. I ,.t'lff'oI. $1 per large bottle. Trl.1trt'atmt'IJt
Xo LAud, Flo1-idn. EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. j j so.: S. so.: 4. 'o.l Not
free by writing Blood lIJ."ipm 1:15P: m Leave ... Yen+acola .Arrive 4an pm 1I.mji.t5am
Balm Co., Atlanta. ()a, Describe JOHN l\ FOItitEs.1'h. I).. I'rt'"ltll"ntIBEHT .1. "FAKUAll 1.1.,8.. Dean Estate of l C Yonge. M.. dreeav-d. I I 1I:51p m Ar1'l'f'e.. ton&om"ry..J..vtl IIIS .m 8.Ii.pmlIiillam
trouble and free Miedical advice :Notice Is hereby given tbat on tbe Y)tb j I 8:01pm Arflve..IUlmllllbam..L"ne a;taro 4'J6pm

;: given until cured. B. B. B. does not I'all'1'crin ('oiiuiienctVvtl<< no-daj Ot-toln-r( 1. 1M! '.!. day of October A l\v Louisville av" tl
Arrive p m a m
tbe Honorable Probate Judge of L+cambia j I ) a m 9IS a m
'r contain mineral poNons or mercury TWO TEAR COUUSE-The Law nepartm"nt0JOhn 1 II. -tetson L'niversav lives County. Honda, my final accounts and 7:4)am IL59am Arrive .Cincmnata..IAave 1I."lpm It:15pm.
JJi I 1.\11 !MI many advertised rt'lIt'didOl, etwo-vear.'eoure.Ivaa.ngtotbedagrr;: >- of LL. B vouchers a-i Lit-cator, and a'lc for my discharge I h!) a m 1:yt pm 1 Arrive Ht Joule Leave 4U.p m__ s 56.!...m

;l but i ill composed of Pure Botauic IaKredient. 8t..on'nlpr.Jt I'KURKK .1I1'admits-* TO to THE the Bar K.ti -The d.ploma of the Law Department of John B. estate.; from tbe tx"cutorlblp f. K.01'of
.*. Over t testimoniih: of FORTH ER lNKi.>KMATl4>:x-tortheLawAtinoanceraent of 2-3ani> a:!other de. Kjecutor.Pensactla .
cure by taking: Botanic Blood Balm sired information regardtogthaLaw Iiepartmenl.aldresi Florida, Aprlllnll. IfK. I No. l-DaIlY No, s-Dady I No: stop where time not shown i :So. I-II.Uy wo. TJ-DaI7:,
i ALBERT J. FARRAH. Dean: of Law Department oam-im
B. B. B. ..
I1'M Tali: a m Leave .1'1l..eol. .Arrlve 17:51 pm 8w! p IDU:15
pm .. ,.
De Land, Fla. : 7'13" Job"w.a .... 11):31 e'4 '
t OA.STOItI1L.&a : : ,, UI:: night" 7:1'\ .. ... \'nl"tra ....... la:,. evil:
,rte lab hrd 9oa Hax Mars a1'y T ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. I::: :I" 1.t .........E4cambia. ....... 10:3:S ri.1ti"s. :
... ..... ..... _..
i In estate John a. Bell. 5 T5:: :: Mutat :: 101: b
h cinE,. fI i re l : : ... "- .r. ..... ..... 101: ;: .to
I Tulane University of Louisiana. All creJitort. lezateea and others lining 1.501" 7:15 7M. .........GsaCty......... I/.Iii: II 6 ,
I uii claims against the estate of Joan 3.:! Bell 1:5.1.::: 7:9 __ .... Milton .. ...... II /:10 II 6.1:7o .:=
j Ne I deceased, are hereby notified that same :: a m .. II II __.. (;oal R.nge.... .. .._. 4 '.
Seasonable household Orloff ii must be presented to undersigned within I'M": :lii" II -........ Holu ._. ..._ i5"! 4 tt
; I I two years from this date, or they will be '::f) s $I" .._..... Milligan_._ .. 9:1): II 4
barred. w. A. BELL, ';$J" 8II'. II _.....- Crestview-. 8:1' 4 '
and kitchen utensils at the I Jo' J. }SELL.I I''} 9 5'\ tJ tJ ....._Deer L.nd'_ II IjM" < 14I:3E
't EDWIN A. ALDERMAN, LL.D., President.KullConrsej h. H.BILL.Administrator, II 8:1') _.... MOllY head_ 1j.I" ; .
1lillisllardwareCo.'s.The I ;. 4'1)3" 9'K _beFunlakttpringa, II 8:1 II I44
--- -- ---- 1\ Lan*nal's.;; Uc.ences. EI\?lDeerini. Law Medicine! Pharmacy. Art. Pensacola. April 13,1<'''2. I aoam+m I II ':Ii.' 9:44 ___.. Argyle. __ II 7:44" 1 ".
,,1'1"0 Separate D-psrtment4. Mxteen Kjili.n txtenslLlbrarlei.. Laboratories 4:4) i:61' ......Ponce di LeoL... 7/\1" I I
man who owns hU own home and Workshops. Splendid Department far Women la the Newcomb College. I ADMINISTRATRIX' NOTICE. I 6:00 II IGlO I .. _Wntyllle ....._ II 7:17 I. I ;.'
insures himself against lots oft II'I":( 1tU' __ C.ryville_ 7:11" I e.
1 trouble and Nobody can Tulane makes leader in all vocation Its facilities for Instruction are unsurpassed Estate of Chas.T. Cronise, Deceased. I Ii'b7 1iJ) .. ___Boalfay__._ II 8M" I
worry. in the youth Eighty-ail: instructors and Ii3 students last seislon. Many scnolarshlps oJ 10:41 II _..... ChIpley. ._. II 8:31 ,. : a
U 2otb
Notice :
the :
his rent, and the rent day has in academic department open to Louis.,,aa boys. Expenses of hereby given tbat on area
) 1 g raise icholarshlp etodent day of August A. D. l*)l. I will apply to II:$) tJ 11fJ7 II ....Cottondale..._ II .:ti" I: it'
I no terrors for him. It's easy to own tlTotor; se4ion. Board and lodln; in dormitortr at low rates. Opportunities afforded the Honorable Probate Judge of Escambla < 7:00 II 11:56 .......Marianna.4:0) 4T:5
academic students tor telf-belp. In the Academic: Colleges no boy, If properly prepared Honda, ) 11:4S ....._Cypress ._. .._ II IIII' u.4 III
home now-a-days. Thos. C. t county for a discharge from the
a for work, will be turned from
1) college away laaSiluy to pay tuition, Next session be 7:41): 11.5 -.Grand tJ 6:81 h,
t t, & Co. can tell you how gini October ut. Send for administration of said estate.CHARLOTTE II III' .. Ridge .. ,
l Watson I Catalogue.Add I' B CBO rE.J I 7 I U:05 110011 _.._ M\ead. 1I. 1'.. I
easy u is. Call; ana see them. R. K. BBCFF Secretary l30am ilI1 ,8U II UU" A.rrlnRi'U'llttctlOIlLean U J.t.: .



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< !,
= He Rpnoonrdrongr.. their adherence to the principles and ..

"It's all! knowing how to reason, THE PRIMARY organization of the democratic party, "

Sore said the P1tt!:burn man ns he- sighedin national, state and county who if :
I they voted i .
a K>inwfulay.. at the regular election

I I "1 O VrW'.l a house and lot in a townIn held next preceding such primary I i
ELECTION CALLA election then voted the II 'j ; ,
our State and was petting a good 1 .
I cratic ticket national ; I
state and
for them when! I .
rent a congregation built it
county, who are by the laws ;
Hands a church tight i on the liat?. I reasonedit -- of the state lawful electors of ( !gu1p ,I'I :

out that the place was spoiled, and primary election of the democratic the election district in whicE: they f I H i

when 1 was: offered three-fifths of its party will be held in Escambia county offer to vote, who have paid their poll '1
former value I mule haste to close the taxes : 'J
Rd Rou h Hands Itching Palms Florida, cn the 15th day of July, A. D. legally due not less than ten :
deal.! I patted myself on the back over days before such primary election is for infants and Children. i.
that bit of 1902, for the purpose of nominating held and ,
and Painful Finger Ends. good luck. who shall, when challenged :: 1 '

".\nll wasn't it JooI11uck?" candidates for the following offices: by any elector, pledge in writing, upon The Kind Yon have Always Bought has borne the signature ,; : '

"Not a bit of it I'm a clean thousand One United States Senator. oath before an inspector, his honor to of dm*. II. rietcher, and has been made under his i. J Jf .

dollars out of pocket for reason One Representative in Congress, 3rd abide by and support the result of such pervmal! MIIll'r\-hioIl for over 30 years. Allow no ono .
ing hind end to. primary, and vote for the nominees I
chap who bought District. therefor. to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and } :j I
my place had twin babies a piano, a One Justice of the Supreme Court. .. I'I
The inspectors to conduct this election "Jii t-a-g; MHltf are but Experiments, ami endanger; tho t' : j
fiddle and a barking clog, and the congregation One Secretary of State.
will be selected by the committee health elf Children-Experience against Experiment. i
hadn't occupied that church One Comptroller.
at be ,
a meeting to held at the ;

over four Sundays when it raised a Two Railroad Commissioners.One office of Judge T. R. McCullagh, at The Kind You Have'AlwaysBought ;; ;

ONE NIGHT CURE., purse and bought; him out for twice State Senator 2nd District. 7:30 p. m., June 24, 1902. This com '

the value of the place."-Bobton Globe. Two Members of the House of Rep mittee will meet at Judge McCul- Bears the Signature of .

SOAK the hands on retiring; resentatives.One lagh's office at 8 o'clock, Saturday I

j j. a ttronp;:, hot creamy lather The O.aDK Ontang. One Tax Tax Collector.One Assessor.. night, July 19, 1902 for the purpose cf

CIr SOAP. Dry, and It is a mot Interesting sight to Treasurer. canvassing the vote and announcingthe : i
County result of said election and the inspectors
1 nt freely with CUTICURA watch an orang outang make its way Five County Commissioners.Three will have then and there the !

t\TMENT: the great skin through the Jungle. It walks slowly Members of the County Boardof returns of said election; if they have O tIn
along the larger branches in a cemi-
and purest of emollients. Public Instruction. not been already forwarded to the I "
;' t erect attitude this being apparently One Justice cf the Peace for DistrictNo. chairman of this committee.C. .
'xdrduring the night old loose I I Use For Over 30 YearsImporters
caused by the length! of its arms and One Ir.t I ,
I i veSt with the finger ends the shortness of its legs. It Invariably One Constable for Districts Xos. 1, DAN MURPHY. Chairman., .. rr..u. COM..r n MOn.... .'.rn ..rw 1'O.O .mr t'I I

.. : ,tad air holes cut in the selects those branches which Intermingle 3,4.5, 6. Secretary. -. -' =. I
For red rough, chapped with those of a neighboring tree, One Chairman of the County Executive -" -- -- - j ;:

dry, fissured itching, on approaching;: which it stretches out Committee.One Every Woman !
; with shapeless its long; arms and grasping the loughsopposite. Secretary: of the County Executive INSPECTORS AND CLERKS.The ..- > .; :
palms .
Committee.One 15 lulerrtua and*!' uUt k'iiw >
ends thist seems first to shake them as wm HOP GO. ," IV .x., a I' ut the Mu. J.tfu1 *
i & ij. 1
a painful finger i. member of the county executiveCommittee 11' -
named e AlIR1lNhirlingSpray
is simply wonderful. if to test their strength, and then deliberately in and for Precincts Nos. following persons havebeen r 'rhrnewlyLJn.Lr.n.r., i ii '

swings itself across to the lone to twenty, inclusive. appointed by the Democratic i. .
Executive Committee of Escamhfa eA el a ( urr amt,
Millions of People next branch, which it walks along as I The State Executive Committee has : and lrHlera In- i Illkuv. l.wNt+r, i I, (, .,
county to conduct the primary tiertion
before. It does hut jump( or spring as : prescribed the rules and regulationsof A.' ,....._1.1,..II. j ,
S. r, ate l l.y Ci'TIi of July 15: 1902, in tin ir np' >.- I
monkeys Usually do, and never appears' the primary for state officers including 1 Chinese and Japanese \ If Ii'inii.'ttiipi.. 'IjlliflllH. '
., .,
rrviiii. nirii the precincts under the rules of the .f.II.om I
i IIP | > I.
to hurry itself unless sung ral dangerproe'its. ; : ; the State Senator and members I "II, ', I. w id Mn p'orlt.llHKk -
Csknforclranciii! ,
:1 I State and County Democratic Executive titfti. M-.I'JltHHPH I
Yet in of its the House of Representatives, Fancy Goods I .
.1 ':stag .11 I '
; .
f h.trh l and the Executive Committee, l l ., '
> tal nj: that will be furnished them
I i > .Tlm..Hldi. "
quit Ker than a person running) throughthe ; ; t ,
Precinct No. 1 -G. C. Clifford JmrM ,
\U, fur I"y r "I. -*, itchiiiuI ? -, I 2Cth .
County Judge McCullagh on the 31 South Palafox St. ,
,I. I f..r all the piirl..t; '' uf forest beneath. Rich. Sr., inspectors; R. L. R' I '" :
'. ..i I nur..rv. Milliiinsof I day of Hay, ID"! ; provided rules nndruulations erts clerk. I Laundry Office. Pensacola.; Fla i NOTICK.j .
TI' i I.It. .I in the rorr. .V "jrokr of ISiislnoiti.A as follows in accordancewith prl'rint.t No. :2.! Frank Marx \ -'; I V .
n,.' 1IIII.uum..tioll rliafiii. the platform and regulations of j I have been authorized to take i ;
writer who Wli't'I') intimate with Cravey, inspectors; John L>a\i: ; i r IV
L. or t Mi free or l.IT'IIIII the State Executive Committee for the crtit for Win. Jeiinin
i -ub-criptions ?* .
I'r.ink IT. Stockton that when the clerk. I '
ih" furor of wachrs; says .
nomination of candidates for Tax Assessor g
,!I. ,," HVi, and f.ir many Ktuckton family lived in Bucks! county, Precinct No. 3.-C. II. r o\-t W J i j I Bryan's: paper "The Commoner. ,
p .q.| "..", uhi'li r .,..lt. ., ; Tax Collector, County Treas Wilkins, inspectors C. II. Kupu :au Thf'!'e tiny Capsules superior' f
in ad.
Pa.. Frank and his brother bad a d .; Commissioners School ; ( The price i i" fl.Xi per year VI : f fI
.. user CouLty I
i. u wuu-cu. clerk. to( Balsam: ) of C" : #
which they trained< solely to hunt cats. Hoard and Members of the Executive vauce. Those desiring the paper
I No. 4. S. Hfndrix Mark t C beG, i I
P. .
< I Precinct : I And Injt''PJoihJ..S",
III'tl(1t'Tt TIm. si. The brother* oM-rhauliil ,
I 11 I << were one l.iyby 1 Committee: I can hive: it pent' to them by sending i :
Hurt? Jr. John
inspectors Lalll-n
They I
; iire'n48
\ "U i"< .),bt-lfiiiet a farmer whose cat they were chasing. i The nines of the candidates for U.OOto the undersipied.! '

;U n Ih"I .<.'thr6rut'tH t. 1 III. ;. To plicate the farmer they gate these different county offices and members clef k. *vTr, t,wvr. * 'I,111 NT .1.) < Precinct No. 5.-.\. J. BiisheoV B ,
.' ill.Hi aii'l irrti him a dollar for a 'Ig: which they took of the Executive Committtee must s .- ; 'III" If' II i OIWCGlsn: Care D.uly News. f
Weaver II. F. Frati-i
t' < I'TICt'KA inspectors; ,
i I.
be the official ballot to be ,
r t urn iKM-oi.itd Imme. P.y driving: away their! father'spigs printed upon cltik. !

t H. -..1"" ,t. to at feeding time they soon made used in said primary) election July 13: It
Precinct No. G.-T. J. Davidson
\ "I Mil -HU: : Ilt'j2.and: no blank lines will be left j i
.. rrlaM-, csT their IIWII the fattest pig in the pen and on said'ballots. and no voter will be Hobbs inspectors; B. M. Bonifav THE GARDEN SECTIONoOFo :
sold ]him at a profit' of *". Trunk It. clerk. : .I I. f.
allowed to vote for or write the namt
",:.e I.p.t r-'s, Stockton: always considered( the deal a Precinct No. 7.-John Hammock J it, i t
of candidate on the said ballot, !
.01 } KUld. any
I .-. i r.|. Cu..r..nude ft tribute to his business acumen. unless the name of the candidate be W. Norris; inspectors; Ed. Campbdl.dE'rk. i

printed on said ballot. Pensacola Florida Ii i
Precinct No. 8.-Geo. Gibson Bud ,
Ill. l.u\\er'. ..
V .".1 Igor: Each person desiring to have his
r' '"'i.ly annheri. A Tendon workman having had a name printed on the primary election Prcctor, inspectors; Taylor Ciabtree
clerk. Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.
.\ M William sum of money left him by the death of ballot as a candidate for the above II I
Precinct No. 9.-P. R. McNeill A. J
his father, went to his Solicitor offices and executive committee .
see county
-.M. ,,: 'il him! np,1 -
Cowart W. T. cleik.
inspectors Dick
1 In his> reply1 wbo had the matter in hand for a tinal shall file with the chairman of this Precinct )No. 10.-; C. J. Ward R. Ed- Beautiful Lots for Sale. ; !

-1, '. t.r..u l.t to settlement county executive committee on or before dims: inspectors; B. H. Bryars. clerk.

\ !_'tiul who The bill of cots b.uing: been pre- the noon hour, 12: m., on the 24tt Precimt No. 11.E.. B. Lee, L 40x137% feet at from $75 to $200 each
day of June A. D. It l u2, his notice of ,
.. I't'lIh>.1 to him the man glanced
-Id, about over Minims, inspectors; J. B. Stewart, accord"I
candidacy and application in writingto ing to location and surroundings.
-.line t'l the figures; and thinking the charges; clerk. !

11,1! ..f the Mere excessively heavy, turned to his have his name so printed upon a Precinct No. 12.-J. L. Siholls;, J. O -- : : i
blank to be furnished by said chair
t'i.-: tact \Peal adviser and exclaimed in astonishment accompanied with a sum o;f' Oliver inspectors; 1D. Rows, clt''k1'rccmt't Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View, ; it
man, 'I No. IS.-J. G. \. bltp. Sr. 1 1i
( : Fertile Lands. ,I'
nee ami.tv" money: assessed by the committee as:, High, Dry .
-\ "M.\ father left his money to me, nut follows: A. .\. Fisher inspectors; J. Emmett ____ I \ '
Wolfe cli-ik..
to te!"-Pearson'sVeiklv.. Each Candidate for Tax Collector The for investment '
Precinct Johnson grandest opportunity ever
No. 14.-Jns. I. 'i
., I . . . . . .100.0 0 :
I Dave Kugleman, inspectors; R. C offered in Pensacola.
'101" \: Poisoning the Each Candidate for Tax Assessor Caldw.ll. deik.Precinct .l i I il

I . . . . . . 75.0: (I
: I Ii is through the bowels) that the Each Candidate for CountyTieasurer No. 15.: -M. P. Palms.Mansfield F. M. Home Seekers Should See These Lots.ATC1ubbs.

i for /body is cleansed of impurities. Constipation . . . . 73.0;; i 1 i-.i.lllr t I keeps these poisons in the I Whitine, cleik.Precinct .
Each Candidate for County com
No. 1C.-J. O. Ilowaul! C
11' 'sybtcm! causing hea.lathe dullness! missioner . . . . 10.0(I t'
i- \\ tfstop 'land melancholia at first, then unsightly Each Candidate for School Flowers, inspectors; J. W. Kin i : I ii+

"> I eruptions and finally serious Board . . . . . 10.0 1]I clerk. A. A, f
.;.Sell- illness unless a remedy is applied. Each Candidate Justice of Peace 5.0(I Precinct No. 1'-K; Kuhen. Corner Garden and dlcaniz Streets. ; Ii ;
j valdsWitch I 0 Hendrix, inspectors; J. L. Ho>t. < lrk l i I .
DeWitt'a Little Risers
Early pn"Htthis
Each Candidate for Constable. [5.0; (
'. V Precinct No. IS.-John Gibson II. T > 1 : i
trouble the liverand
by stimulating Candidate for members of the Executive ; Enteikin inspectors; J. M. Harrison+) K. C. BRENT. WM H KNOWLEH, W. K. HIEILJti., J. H. KKKHEPresident. i ". ; ;
is ami promote easy, healthy action of Committee are not required to I Vice-President. l"a.bll't.II't C 9hlet f
II/, Swift the bowels. These little; pills\! do not 3'Sf'Sm1f'lt.s .
... payany : Precinct No. 10.! -W. H. Trimmer S I I
ion the actiolently, but by stlengthening soon after June :24! as possible a j : I
.r piles anti the bowels enable them to peiformtheir Terry Jr., inspectors; F. M.Voul/ ;
list of all candidates for above-naraet
I i omit(r- 01101 k. Never grip or distrss positions will be printed in the news cleik.Precinct\ First National Bank i
J,iliu, Sh p- Hands' Pharmacy, John Sheppard and the chairman of the com No. :20! .-G. W. McOir.lv ,
and Sidney Kahu. papers ; Daniel Bowman, inspectors; F. M l lI
iiiittoe will give a receipt for each'I Mayo clerk.

I' notice of candidacy received and i iI f ,
C -A-HO-OXIX_ Honey ana 1 urtnrchiidren after the 21th day of June any person I Ml'RPilChairman. OF PENSACOLA. FLA. }p
J. 'y' J a, A: 3, left '
-J' claims that his name has been : j jDX

f. c2dft'm..tMYt .cafe.sur No opiates. off of the list of candidates published, Secretary. 23jtf BOTO B. j .I J

his claim will be rejected unless h e WM H. KNOWLEB. W. A, BLOUNT F. C. BREN1 N. K. HYEK. Jl. ,

Georgia Melons for King Edward. holds, a receipt for same trom th e! POLLING BOOTHS D. O. BRENT, '' I I ,

I Puthbert.ra. July 14.-Ajrent Me- chairman. FOR THE PRIMARY. I

t > SAVORS' FATP'CKINCS FROM LOBBY I with Williams company a request,, of this'the from point Southern the in head compliance,Express officer shall made If ,a be the when larger announced committee the number above than can.assessment cf were if candidates' they contemplated was se e s.,i! sienated Following for the are-primary the polling of July booth!."> :de r kin( d g Q m 6St1C X AaD 1 Mi t d So i'We I Q : : !I : i I II. '

of his company) has secured a. haif fit to do so. cut down the said assess Precinct 1-Nix. School house {

.. do/t-n! of the largest watermelons The wters of the entire coon. Precinct 2 Kupfrian.. Kupfnan .
72: To be entitled ment. : draw oar own Bills of Exchange on Hreal Briiain, Ireland i i !
IrOn in this section and shipped th. will vote on the above-named conn Park.
"< and to Germany France. Austria, Italy, Holland, Spain Belgium Ransla ;
: lobbying the chairman am I Precinct S-" noor. School Hniiv" Not 't
same to England. ThE'Yo: to th" officers, including I I
cure cf punishment officer Ihin England; who is said secretary of the executive committee Precinct 4-Ferry Pass, Robi'it1- way Sweden. Denmark and other European countries.C i I Ii, .

ted cf the same." to want them for the inmates; of the except the justice of the peace anconstables d]l Old Place. 1 -- : j
and the candidates for a Precinct! :i-TI'anla1J. School housi: 3" Vessels Disbursed upon the Moat Favorable Terms, and then i ,
ije the vote was: royal pftlare. The request is p>- county office, who shall receive a majority Precinct Powelton.. Cantonnif-n' Obligations Taken Payable at Port of esliratlon Ten or Fifteen Day life f ; I

S i Jen, Bryant Coulter carded as a compliment to the fieor- that Precinct 7-Pine Barren Beef Mat after Vessel Arrives there.!: '
of all the votes cast for __ __ ; ) j
.' cia melon and this' section.; ket. .
Pirrong, Rogers, office shall be declared the nlmlneof *! I EVSafety Deposit BOX R for Rent in Connection i :
:. jife and Yancy-13. the democratic party for that office,. Precinct S.': -Crabtree, .T4'nllltu: : ,. ;
"I I am using a Box of ChambeiIain's In the event a candidate does not receive store railroad. with which we have a Priva Apartment for thsUaa i r : 'I'
Bristol Brett
S'nmah and Liver Tablets and fin.ltlH'11l a majority of the votes cast an. Precinct 9.-Bluff! Sprinu) ti
"" son Kirk, MYERS, the best thing for my stomach other primary election will be held or place. I I

's.1. td of 31st, Summers I ever used," says T.V.. Robinson the 12th:! day of August, I" )::. to ChOOSE! l Precinct 1ft-Wardt Holland \YaJ'I' I

'. ( Senate Journal.) Justice of the Peace Loomis, Mich. between the two candidates receiving; blacksmith shop. !ii' !
.-- These tablets not only correct disoult'K tho highest vote in the July primary.1 Precinct 11-Walnut Hill, 5'' '' WE WILL-FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE I : _t

.if th,' s-t'imach.' but regulate The voters of the county at large house. l'

Keeps It Handy. the li\--r and l hot1.'Is, They are easyto shall vote for the chairman and sec: I Precinct 12:!-City, Int.'n.V'n I II It i r _' .Wrtr.. In.dn, .rm, our ba'.1. i I .

'I.i t' d a loni tim 'uk. and pl.'a-ant] : in effect. Price .rotary of the exe'u committee, ant]t ,, Alcaniz.Product. t .t" I wat'""; '"It I' 't.,u. I"-. II'lit:"\D ,:,'rn LEiT.kF: i I tt'

;.tins and ueiieial'i j J": (', tits ;It'r !mFur ale by all i the voters of each precinct shall vote! I IH-City, Carlo ?' I Ij II [ ',.11"... "\I It"I".!.... ,. ,' .. "... ."; ., ,, .g ;. 'I f t
dil; deuliTS. committee .. fox. ,.., I..., ,. .o' .f. ;
ill ltcci-tz a10ClI"\ 111. ) for a member of the executive I".r .. -. ''K' : i
.! 1y to mdisi > ." s V "f Vt P r'nnr! n, I I'
Precinct 14-Pat [cHtI! (t ,
from his procini-t and the candidate r ,.1 .. ,.1 I r I.., ., I !
ptldng'erona.{ ... ,,., .
| .,. .
committee mana and yn I' ro5mrhr .1 I. j' "" 1'oO
receivins :
,i-. I Rot hT to tr. for the executive ".....r' ""......,.. t. .. I ,oa,' "a.1oe .
MYERS DODGES AN shall lit Precinct l-\ralone-; -I"I" It'n a I' i IG
the tigIwst'ote cast P'te' I' .1 a"I".rl."r." : 1.- I -
-t r at once and ; dencia and DeVHliere. t tJ. .. : ..I".i!." ,.., 'I\r" I;' '1. .J. I
a member of the executive cotrtuittec w' ..' a LU.1'Irw Utnnrr ..rtt 1 'I tAat
"I venty-six, tats I Precinct 16-Pineville.t1. ,'
IMPORTANT LABOR MEASUREHouse until his successor shall be chosen i irI I L. \ 11.1"11" ," ., I." .i. 'U
t marking that It'II".l.f.I.: '' : 'I. I I" Ott
she has I the ', car 1 'Ot. place. ,' I.. ... .. V It Si' 1 cwt. SI'.. "tMle'r, .. 1' 1 i,,1 I! : r
t t. fp as I Precinct 17-Brent's. Simon.- i. K 0 I' ',Il I" .n. "Il< ,' I. j f
I Qualifications of Voters. ., : ,,1.' I'n.' .. ,\ '.. .. I r:
i i h, ndy Do not Bill No. 162 A Bill to be shall 1 t smith shop. N. I 1 !lIr 111 ., .. 1 i 111't '
rt.a -
tautlr.arr r '
I Tho and onlthose r
!; persons i
1 symptoms. (1ol the "'11 .... ,, \I".. ,.11 iu.runw.,r'. I' .... !. I i
1S-McDavid: -I'
"An Act for the of be permitted to ,become candidates before Precinct II' 1 f.rr. / .
entitled protection G-- M; t Rr .VV t A+,f I. 7 ) 1 ; 1 1 r'tUairwua
tellrii" (lIad, is ,' ..
S1 A tn..01 T"" \ .t
pl8r 'If ran' a J'on
1 f
: or to ,-o-e at or participate .. \ ',' .. 'I'
and to prevent \ I. I .
I i !'I. a- ":. K. .ioiIt discharged employees P "Inrt T'-Molino Wan'-' ,.- '. .. 1 1saeV :
: ; .. -
in the management of this primary.j ) law I r I' err : u .c t ,1
..1 ,. M. !.L'tll.'llfM < black listing and for other purposes." I. ';' ritn. wii<) ar white ilcni'H rat:i1 I 1'i' p" I i-, _n' Flumatim] r-nri" ID Or M" A.l' ilUtJU:,(. '; y !. r. loa! c" II... d.tnp I }! } t J JI

\''in-' '-, I'll Phai It On fie passage of the bill in the senate -, f' ">. 'nil} r>'%.:-ti'iHii krr the Cl, <'1.:11': I I I I SAlVONA SOAP CO., Ccr, 12th Pint Sts ST. LOUIS M0 ; l : di I
'! Sv ::11'! \ Mr. Myers did not vote. (Senate p' ,1 1, ,, i-?"Ir IltiHi! "I' ". .. \; -> 1:. ""i,tHlh -ny-IIuaan Iteiet e. Itii itt .\way it : t ; ;; .Ii.IiI

-----. Journal). 22june2t days r>f June I I't02:! w''-n>

Pn '. :' '," P.: T ,; f <90L ..
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:. I: ,I! ..0 :Nit 'i
? (:. '.. .ui.ii.- Tlj. Fol'.Ci: 'dine safe/!
n. hui'i I .irn greatly iiutebte l to you for i

,a,, S U E N :N. IIM- of the package* have tn en given t.> r I
i j ",, ini'i, and' the otin rs have ,been usul inin

7 )' "\\ II bvi.luI.1| I h''nr but one opinion }!

I i'-1 e\T-; -.,xcJ ('...mi-niiii! the IH-W fo xL 'Jhevrnliit f
y, f c E L f \ i .t seems t.. lie that I'ORCE':: h i\n\ { i:

S ??, r. !;Y' I l: ya.+' }."rti ;tr I yt ,i It k(rl, ,I, ni't nutritions of ail the ratal producis I / j jt

.: ___...:_r._:::: ;: tr:! ,, h One friend tells me that a small ij.untity !

t p 11 111; c =if 1 Ir 'at, v t cuteu j jiiht Wfore niriult"mil sh\a\s' to I r.L"L'1I I: J Jw

> him a giK-d sight -. -J Infuruiti.cii -]. .

su: li rours 'r Ir'Jo.IDt ..\' -

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; r I J. C. GREEN. .., V. A. WATSON. .,< W. W. WATSON. IF YOU BET

'" 1 LJUUU LlilUU fjj I

iSZSHSESHSHSHSHSHSasaSHSHlMi Special Opening Sale i: ON

-* Kate Whitehead ii visiting . .

friend in Mobile I,

i H. S. Williams went to Biloxi, oe WEDNESDAY, JULY 16. rfnv

I ills?., ye"terday for the summer.
i ti 1 F. Marion Bowes and bride are ,

hoe from their honeymoon tour. I,

I Mi's Agnes and Bertha TorkelM ,
i 4 Mtr are guests of friends at Milton. II'

Mrs. Vincent Giblin and children have been very busy during the pan week taking stock in our recent purchase of THAT THEY :SHALL BE BOUGHT

of Mobile are guests of Mr*. Oeo. WE the :Stock and BuMness R. Hallid'iy: & Co., but will have the work finished Tues- OF Urf. ,..4 .a v< k-& ?.c

Hctfm<1l1. day niht. On WEIINESDAY MORNING we will throw the doors open and will start ,

our business by giving a
tl1 i Prof. D. sills?, principal of the THE

# make room for the BIG, NEW STOCK THAT IS COMING. Every lady knows whatu IF YOU WIN.

I i Jude I.. J. Reeves: went to DeFu- Superior Class of Goods the firm of It. Halliday & Co. carried, and they will all be placed

titI uiak this morning to vote in the pri- on Sale Wednesday at SPECIAL PRICE

4111 nary election. THEY WILL COST YOU
I Mers. J. E. Cre.iry and Cha?. '

i Kirepson tit Bagdad are among the YOURS HEHPECTFl-LLY, GREEN WATSON & CO. YOU LOSE.

bu-iue-s vi-itors here today. ,

f t4 Sam H'ueuau went uj to Century -- ---

1f t this morning! but he says he will

3 I* back this afternoon in time to W'mMYNHml'mNHmJULY

1 vote. U \ MEYER SHOE CO. .

Mr. Jlmf'1.. Smith and \Ii.
: ::::: :c-: :==-c: ':: :== ::::= _c: ===:==:= : :: :- I
Bertha: We-t will be married at M:30' :
IJI CORN CORNER red Furnishers for lu-h 0111 I.
Ali o'clock tomorrow morning at :ailKast

9 4)1). : Kouiauu street SEEMS SUCCESSFUL Mid-Summer NoveltiesAT ; 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREETo .

t I lifv. J. M. Dinnelly and Philip M. ,

1 Ball returned la-t night from Chip-

;n Icy, where they went to attend the '
Special to The Daily News-. WvWi) 'r"
as+' funeral of W. H. Watta.
Chicago, July 15.; -John W. Gates >

t MiLizzie folson, who has been engineering the deal in July corn,

:t'.' viiiin Mrs. W.. O. Keeling for the and backed by a syndicate of men THE BIG STORE Big* Clearance Sale Z

past three week left for Seluu ye.terday .-- j
to visit Mr. J. E. Oolson. representing:30oyOIkseetns; : : todayto a
it J
-IN 01 K-o II(
have the corn market at his mercy -
Henry Mclaughlin: ; left )yesterday

ifd for an titteii-ivtt trip embracing the and sure to win. 1 Case Ruby Batiste at 5c yard.
.Ladies' Shirt
I cities of Kansas City, Ht. Louis and Theyndirate has 21Jlk.ItI.LItIU> > bushels Waist.
: 1 Case Fine Swiss Lawns at 4c yard
r New York. He expects to be absent of July corn bought for deliverythis

three'weeks. Latest Novelties in Belts at 25 and 50c. II(
month and it ems the "shorts"will .<.< DEPARTMENT, k*.< .
t The man; friends of ML-s Edna not be able to deliver more than ..
Washable Taffeta Ribbons in all Widths ?
\Vles will to learn that she
(I regret lUtsiOiJObuhelleaving IIMMMHUJ' '

It H confined her home on NorthAlcaniz bush l' for which they will have to Velvet Ribbons in all Widths. MONDAand TUESDAY ::

street with a severe attack
of typhoid fever. t! settle for on term dictated by John Lace and Embroidered Binding. lit;

t ..:..
I \V. Gate
I Luci.ln Minor of Nashville, super- ;, --- -,- i New Materials for Wash Skirts 10 to 20c

ittfiident of the :Southern; Express! HE WANTED TO GO HOME. FRIED1T& :
i and L.
I Lace Mitts Gloves. GO'S. ;
Co., and \V. V. Cuter of :Mobile '
.ror/0:1" II..,'* I iii<|:ie Ktni'.e For
a route agent; fur the same: company, 1 (.rtlliiu "il of lll. \\nrL. Lace Stripe Hosiery, 15 to 50c pair. )
arrived this morning at the Mer-i:,
here 'itwa-tu- Oar S.itniiiin! July s-iv., J. 11. Large Assortment of Ladies' Lisle Vests H" LADIES'WAISTS: worth :,;, T.k-and r
ii chant'T'hey are .. Haltin the \\'...rld's'nl'l... 1 cater 3 g|
ed fur the !purpose of increa-.iu.j the si.vkvn I !i fl 1 IIU., all to ;oat . .. .. . . .... ODC eac h _. }
"f !nt'li-fii
I< upon :i Ix-y .r eriiigus Fine Goods, 6 for $125. .....
ft'rr" at the Ptnsacoli ollice. i tl.u.uh his h"lrlHlllhi hrcak. lureply a
\.. nij' iiniiiir.v I \\as tultl. "Motbirii 100 Bed Spreads at 75c, 90c and $1.15 1"" LADIES' WAISTS worth $1.00 U I 25rn h.:
; .. .. .. 3UC eac
$1 Viand sl 17.8eh."lItn2.'at. :
il"':i.I. Mini 1 want to '! home; Ofiiursc.
YOUNG LADY (' I siitl ti> him "\\"<>11. f.-o nnd Mosquito Canopies with frame,
.+* .< ONE
I Ian iritdrudrnt. anal lit' wl:1'P: OF
M'f stq'
VISITORSIFETED yoU an oril-T on the olit-f." The I lay i j $125 to $1.75. ; ;

; lII..alll.l "I dun 10.-r him. and he won't ladies'Yhute\ ckT doll It \' S
f\z\ 4i ----- l Il't mi- ..({ till Ml timi- : Made Bars at 50 to 75c. i ; ( Pip\ Skirls

ThiMvutfil harduen one lioy's Bobbinet Bars $1.90 to $5.50. '
I tix young laJies. who are visiting work would count for ..tI little onions: Slightly Soiled, worth $1.0) fl 23; anti )11.50c! III'.J

3 I . . . each
fn this city were royally entertained rPrPraI I hundred Ht I talk him in the all to So at
lmii: ;>' :ml humiM l ark to the I'ttirc ec
; loot niijht.' :tu fxciir-ion on the gl uii!. an wdi-r that he bo paid cT! :,
and I. t ::" at swiss; but I w;;-< folitflyluM yot'RS TO PLEASE. i
} bay having; been tendered them."I ,
: that "t lit siiin-rlntfiidontN: orders I

t tinder the chaperon e of Mr. :and are tl>:at no tuif is to lit-I paid till ni.'lit" .I L. FRIEDMAN & CO.

1 After I had; iiiM>tfd in rather strong
; Mrs. C. :M. ; about vSou.
Sweeney: thirty William Ioln0oit
f I.IIUIIJ.T:: tliiil 1 might i>ossii>|v lie u )
i Couples of young; people went ,ih.urd 1It' i hil'r l ; ; man thou c\fii thf MH'iTitendiiit NHNm'YIH!YNNf.
this liiily a>"i-tai.t In-uau a serge )
the steamer Enterprise at S.Ic1tck't -,- ,- -- -- -- -- - - -
" of harp CIIIt'lotilllJ" tinally! 'liriusln: ? out
this a.itef "niothi-rV death ".1.'
I Utt night and wAre c rried acro-s; I .
F JUtli; oil! List Tfirry!" I snouktHl off. I ":. f. J\ ," /I A" ,. fl'
to the life saving .station where, in ri-.ili/.in that tiurcvirc wane I'Lnsi* shake Into Your SlutPM ; Crab nets and fishing HORSE SHOEING.Mr. r1( 'I r'llr'm

I tfce lir;:e urf rolling, nverybody en- of i In- jK-ai-h liusiiif I Lad better not Allen's Foot-Eae, a powder. It A. L. Woolen, who i- w.-ll/
I uifddif with.IVnrhlilon. tackle to suit everybody, at known in this city a:; the best practical
, I .joyed an hour or mare. liefreLnur.ts cure painful, !smarting, uervoufeet hor e--hoer in the city, is now c II !) '
and ingrowing nail;, and instantly the Willis IlardmflrpCo'. J. :M.I1.iwell's II II a
r i were -erved on the bo.it and a I'orcrlHIn.Tin" III tiarge; of our hoe *ton at c
takes the tin out of corn and bun- old stand, where hf will Ita
h, numbrr of delightful..L VOL"_ .il selections ifufhldow Ktrcclain is of Chiiitf inng'? the greatest comfort discnvery plea-Mi to see himany friendSPIIEK -. + II ,\ A
I'1 -- nianufaciurf; and is nl'out :Sun & KiKKiiKii h.
'ue rendered "ithi return trip aiyi. M
of the Allen'* Foot-
, Vl'.tlS; lllL It is lint. liS SoKll'tilill-S sup age. 11; 5t _
I :+ chaitHin,' cue-ti of the oc-1 I posed the ilfsijriiation of a particular Ea-e make tight or new hoe- feel ASK YOUR GROCER FUR .
I ,+ ca-sion, and III who-.e LaMar the 'IUtI Mi.ididf!, colc-r. but a rare nod iH-ouliar ea*y. It i is a certain cure for sweating Thos. C. Watson & Co.,.
t-'lazf. whifU hot moiety covers thenrfat' callous and hot. tired aching the leading Real Estate Atrents. take RE TAURANT.c & a
. 1 log wj given, wireMiss. :-;t..1IIt' all the worry otl the shoulders of the
of the > I'I. but I
( \"s INtlrtratesthe
feet. Try it fo-<1oy. :Sold by all! I Idruggin of the ..
I'f owners property manage
i' I'otilmin of New Oil" .uiMHS entire ttAture of the nrtioU" so
t' : ; ; and hoe t.rp*. Don't renting of their houses and the collection III
: I), I I, i Maggie B1WP" of New Vork.J]})li.Is. .< that if tl.e I is Rime ilr'l1tt.'alIt1t l" 1-roUen the that intornalMrtKturi" of theIourl'a. accept any substitute." By mail for !;Iy1j of their rents as con-cien. .. tp

i I ,: Claire llolcoine( of )I"blle.Ii"s ; ...... TiniiifthiNl l.y which this reMilt '!'.c. in stamp. Trial package; FKEK, 'tiously a they would their-elves. "
Ad.lreAllen :S. OIm ted. LeKoy.N. Their charges are very reasonable
. I'I Htt'4t Wij ui- "f r'l1ftH'villb.., I Is rwu'hed I is:: unknown and much Y. DAILY MENUS a

Niaeslrenr and .\nl11 I'.ullock. of money Las liefn cxpendiHl inain to ... "'
discoCT it. The is in Comprie all t- (
j :1' ware a sense ,
t 1fnt.I-Iery. therefore the result! of n happy acol- MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY Hotel Camden Date Di-he. ti! .- M! "
tool, r.HMi ilent.Spooitnens. ket of the \V.f.' ;
: i NIGHT. TRAINS: s !b:30 AND III
cf it are rare in China to ( AMIHN, AI.\I1.\\I.\: I C Atl-ird.
?l.tdP I.) .tppnllf 111 4 l-'ooil. dayliert it N prized n" Liirhly n> '.'. I.A--T: TRAIN RETURNS:; AT
1L::". TICKETS: Ji:: CKNTS.:: : AT tqa .
ri.: '" You c in feelis: "titHt: : Lord" in anywhere i-l.-e. I..t of that of which DEPOT. Is Now Open to the Public, -
hat weather if If there is detinite kno'It'lI:1" taken
eat etisbly.
J you ] -- -- iriA (
you aren't entirely happy in hot from China by the hutch In the d.i\. under the management of Ladies' Private :
t I I weathernppoe: ylu'lult your way when they inonciHiIi/ed the trade witL! I i ONE OF MYERS'VOTESAGAINST
i and try our-. that country and from Holland: ,! h.1!* I I Dining Parlor..* :
, ;.,J ifi : Take u cold *longs I"th. dre i andit down t<> a breakfast''tl ; ,
I men In this country have almo all AMA SIVES COLLAASCUnS.SIIR1S, AAO CTMIAAEIiCA --
r (Jrape-Nuts and cream a littl House Bill No. 225. A bill to be en- I f19AiCSTNIIMSNEA+a+DFP.CE Di AEfA ,
wf them ci ine either from HolHnd: di of Pen-acola, Florida.
J 1 fruit and a cup of I'ostum Food Coffte. ti tied "An Act requiring employersto S
red or by of Trance "hitherpiPers
way Regular Dinner
I U.III't fear you WIQ'ttarve ; Daily
of it were early earned I'>' tin give cause of discharge in writingto RATES REASONABLE, :
I "u the contrary that: Lordly feel 1 1I
1 k,t: i ii, I ing" will take postiti4 unu {t" 'I I. it> lunch time.irapnNtit. awous the! Trines i-ctttrs. if requested to do so." Mr. Myers By the Day Week or Month. !j Short Orders I'rompn-" ,

r.: < is a concentrated: food Table Furnished with the Beet the ;
I vcted against this bill and it was FlII..I.ii l.t or I/ay ill
" f and contains as much nounhiiieacas "..a..I. nefurr Caine. Market Aflord ;
i killed in the senate. I i i MI:
bulky bodht'Hin:r food like Thoenins was advanced when n -- '
t meat. pnator-.etc. Its crisp dainti- venerable squire of ancient name andlitioa (Senate. Journal 1901, page 1369.) Public Patronage Solicited.Free I I I If lf, 0
Hom rtllnii.-"l! ;
nr-< appeal to your palate and iAt.l. I
j I ;.:e arose to promise a toast ijeldom II The Best Laundry Starchon : you wUb.! you'll <1 UNick a7
>> J J, t the result 1a very marked ditleruce I Sample Rooms.
3 in the temperature of the' body have 1 beard one more success WHO USE ATOMIZERS in' the Market. i ii I

't It II tt t :and the certainty of ease and perfect ful. He !began modestly. It is always Heating nasal catarrh will the I Sunday: Rate Made to Traveling I Apostl's '"
"t .it : ditcestion.tjuit i well! to begin modestly. "I fool," said get NO BOILING NECESSARY.The '1 Men.
i I'll i collee it b t I : unnaturally stiuiu-,, the gjod man, 'that fur a plain country
l J :, futes the brain and nerves, heating;: squire like myself: to address a dignified Balm. Price including spraying I-!
((;I 1 )1 I': :' the body and causing an uneven' body like the presbytery of St. tube 75ct; ?. Sold by (druggists or only Starch Manufactured ISLAND, N. Y.
r :I.; J !. temper; u"e l'o+tum Food Coffee : Andrews, including la its number various I I mailed by Ely Bros., 56 Warren St., in the South, GOVERNOR'S! &, .-Sealed propoal ?- ,''I ;]/JJ\IJIIIJII11)1,1 \
i has a charming tlivor when proper-, I"llrD.rrufl'or!\, is indeed to New ': in triplicate for furnishing forage IVIJUUVy rt)
: (U;! 1 ly made and does not affect the ner ; York.New Help Build up a and straw required in Dept. of -- -
cat pearls before swine. Orleans, Sept. I, I9)). I I -
: vous system, but assists the brain ,
the June
\ East
:V I: work with ease and clearness. lie had to pause l long ere he cot fur Messr ELY BROS-I sold two daring year ending I I will repair your watc >e* a: \
30, 1903, will be received here and
II Experience and experiment in ther.! Thunderous applause broke forth. bottle* cf your Liquid Cream Balmto SOUTHERN INDUSTRY. places indicated in instructions issued jewelry In first-class style J

t ii s food and its application to the human The pwine cheered as It they would a customer. Wm. Lamberton. hereunder until .
m., August
t 1di! i body has brought out these never leave off. We all knew perfectly DelachaUe St., New Orleans; he has ', 19")2. U. S. reserves the right to
used the _
iii I fact?. They can be made use of and I what the 1.1Irdmeant. I was sitting two bottles giving him all
reject or accept any or proposals t "
wonderful and mot buy *
:, 11 add materially to the comfort of the I', next; to him as be spoke the words. I ?. GEO. W. McDi'FK.satisfactory result jor any part thereof. Information Save Aloney -
the hot weather.
U*H during heard them with these ears.-"Twenty- Pharmacist. Lay the dust. You buy 1 furnished on application. Envelopes your furn
Look throuzh the recipe book in. can
: 1
l five Years of St. Andrews." i i containing proposals will be endorsed hire at Marston $ Quinn
4i i each Grape-Nuts package for deli- ICE-COLD garden hose at the Willis I "Proposals for Forage and .
1 deus puddings entrees, salad and ,] WATERMELONS AT i Straw -." JOHNH.IMPSON, Great Furniture Emplj.riltm.
it ,,'!!!'site. IIf II i i Try the NEW Want Colat:.a. THE GARFIELD ICE CO'S. Hardware Co. A.

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