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VOL. VIII. NO 168. PENSACOLA, LORIDA, SATURB
CHIPLEY MU RDER BLOOD SChNIS
KILLED BY PS B MU TINY 0
a,- ow JON
- -'kb r- A I I*- tJ 7 .- .-
m4ly -I 110L
.PRICE 6 CNTS
LoS .1NEW ENGINEER FOR
u W OKETS CANAL APPOINTED
New S&vetry qfthe Navy
A PIICUD BATTLE
Ind a Smon&.
TCOK REFUGE IN CAIN, THEN
ALLIED FORTH AND FIRED
UPON POSE WHO RIDDLED
HIM WITH BULLETS-TWO MEM
ERS OF POISS HAD NARROW
Special to The Jeumal.
S:..ipe.v. Juae 30.-A pome of twea
*Aon from Chipley. Cottoadale sad
headed by Tom Watts who have
scouring the country for the past
S vs with dogs busting for the
desperado "Doc" Petersae.
'ce* Johnson. who shot Marshal
Sat the jail in this place on
:. were awarded the's evening
ck when the aegro was track-
', o. (.odwin plantation. six miles
ro took rfge in a cabin.
;irmed. ad, refused to sur-
\fter a number of shots wpre
: he bontag he came to the
rew It open. and open fire
;,ome. oe shot striknyg and
: bole ta the vest of V r. Watts
ait and another bualet going
... head of a man aamed Reg-
-'nm Cettesdale. The are was
: ase a a general fusude Isl-
'ti or adre bsote beitan Sre'.
Snegre was killed lastantly.
hultlesut of a
Whim Will Take Office To-dav k I S f
Mathims Trned Cmsi
Saiors and Uf
AT DAYLIGHT FOR t
t. Petersbur& June uwIt
*hlp Knas Potemkine, a
Seal advices, left Odesua1
lag for unknown destinati
The ofcial version of thet
a new light on the affair.
ed that the mutiny was ta
a plan concocted betwU
sailors, who were members
plaaits about bad food, it
was only a pretext. We]t
plaint was made to the caI
batliship he assembled ti
ets on deck, asking thoUr
satalted to step forth. It
that they were in the wji
the minority, headed by the
iet4, seed guns and turan
their comrades. Bloody sc
',1 ald e oareer and ,lB
jAEied or camped o
amtineer, aclg the r
rR In Ifrmn. bok i sf
secretary Morton, Who John F. Stens, of Chisp Se-
Sis Now Head' of Equitable lMated a Sccessorto
atiil Naot be a Marer of
SMR. WALLACE MAKES 8TATE.
MENT EMPHATICALLY DENY.
ING CHARQBE MADE BY SECRE*
TARY TAFT BUT DECLINE TO
DISCUSS FUTURE PLANS-amEL
'MONT OONT WANT 14W.
By AMonoe d Ple
Wasaington, June 0.-Seretauy
Taft to-day appointed John F. Sterens,
of Chicago. chief engineer of the Panar
ma Canal Commission, with residence
on the isthmus, to succeed John F.Wal-
lace, whose resignation was accepted
yesterady. Mr. Stevens will also be
made general manager of the Panama
Railroad bat wll not be a member of
the commission. His salary will be
thirty thousand dollars a year.
Mr. Stevens is now In the service of
S_ the Philippine Commission as govern.
Sent railway expert. He was to have
accomp~eied Secretary Taft to the
SI Ph'lppnes to report on 1,000 miles of
road to be built in the Islands with'
STO government aid. He will be trans-
I IRw Ie erred to Panam.
S \ m -m, / Mr. Stevens was formerly vice-prest
dent of the Chicago, Rock Island &
E J NGR. WALLACE DENIES
CHARGES OF MR. TAFT.
the aion was l Injured-.MSan"lfor
as oodwft. colored, s In Jil New York, June 30.-John F.
"ing Peteo a are t U .i. h .. 1M RE SKETCH OF PAUL MORTON. lae-w rektgned as chief en
ho are suspected of ForW I l o retires from the Navy aa secret, s oes to Rew of fba C Ul Comm
'",st .Into-the with i*me a, '. ".... G to..i reply
Sis not expected to sivive OWCNARLES J. amND u gtehi ht mny a inthe a
Everything is quiet in Mr. aot teof Napoleon 1 will be a hbor widch escaped the lsameas sail- ng the tem at p tlic Mr.
head of the N It asre that he later o w theaway Adl rers 1.tion l esaA te Eage s TT n TT
on followed vsrers a ,r portfolio of a r et mhad notarrivm whehe lastll pecting to retm during t su
of Alie flve mile; east of o report was rctv lfed. I UI- 9 I InnIuunu n n He would not make publMt hiTs
S o hen a 'e., fin made 'et n '-- The official giving the In nation for the future, saying th Is
"- the b 'ounds o follow e4 l salrl:A Nr 7 m: "This is not rev- lotion; is doe by the company wtw
Yu'n VI,.1 ,rt t laLUIEiC merely drunken anarchy." UU I ll is to rd onnected, when they
T --EOFR SI1rfll IrrlF E 111 % ipropef. Mr. Wallaoe said: '"Ih
17= INT ONE OF RUSIA nu mary cases which led me to
EXCfITAMENT OVERAVX SE VLY M NCED., my resignation were underlym
'- tundamental and I emphtically
WctT W AKIKlh II IF FLEET OF ADMIRAL S UE, WH IOH WILL RETURN WITH BODY St. Petersburg, June 20.-Not alnce SECORTARY OF WAR ACCOMPA. DIPLOMATIC ADVISER TO CHI. nincnLl one."
OF PAUL JON S ENT14USIASTICALLY WELCOMED AT POR? member, 1825, when a portion of the NIED -Y DISTINGUISHED PARTY NESE VICEROY SAYS GOVERN. WILL NOT BE EMPLOYED
By A ed POF CHEROMURN FRIDAY MORNING. Luard regiments joined in an attempt COMMENCES LONG JOURNEY MENT IS NOT BACK OF THE AGI- BY INTERBOROUGJ
By Associated Pes. to set up a republic n Russia has the
.nil!e. Ga.. June 30.--- cite- situation of the autocracy and the Ra) TO THE FAR EAST. TATION. New York June 30.-Aguat
-.re ovt- The lynching of eight By AaaeIsated P .* nated by Admiral Beson, M mader manoff dynasty been so serious. mont president of the terbo
:..rda hab about died out an4 Cherbou J 43.-Te Amrwlesaa of the port. Nevertheless, the crisis may be passed api Transt Co., said he h
iire lhr:ng directed to discover- erog, The aspect of the harbor w strike tn a few day Either the ope revit s rs By Associated Pre engaged eer John W
Co. po.. d i he mob. The body squadron. commanded by .R.r AdmirI leas i.the t, wl by that time be astaped out or B of Detroit MBy June AaChare. horesignefrom the Panama
k tht only white man killed, al Sigbee, oomastla of the armored and the many msereatme, steam the ame will have spread possibly Waahigt a, June 30.--6ecretary of Denby diplomatic J erto th cer Co lssion, afdng. "he P an
: .d today., crusler Brookly. fhbip l ad the yacht. sad other craft n theme waters beyond the hope of control. At the War Wilila H. Taft, accompanied by rou f north China who Is iting orgh Company does not make a
iti.e-.. will omeet toor o protected cruleres Chatt3a. Ta- strung out their au lemplement o admiralty it Is said that Rear Admiral a distinguished party, including Miss relatives here. does not take a seri. twice of buying men from other e
oirlS cond.emMag the lyeb- coma and OGalvewto which Is to con- colors, l which the American Kruger's squadron is expected to a- Alice Roosevelt, members of both ous view of Chinense threats to boy- mcnts. and particularly does n
er heir services to the atvey the body of Admiral J Paul predominated. rive at Odessa during the dy. No ex- congress army o and merica* s wng t the to t
bringing the members of the Jones to the Unted tate rived The Brooklyn ws ioon the emter lanation is offered of the squadron's houses of thgress, army offic the Prs Chinese exclott act. Mr. Db et en to t ake away i b
.~qice. here at 9 o'chmektthis mrualag and of a Sotilla of small craft, while the sailing from Sebastopol nor of thea- others, began the journey to the Philwho has for twenty ye bee e truents.
was greeted wis the vor-ot g qays were quickly lined with p ture of Kruger's orders. It is admit- ippines this afternoon. The party will toh with poit a comm al
CIAS GtAMN tTPa r-- ,te land ft* and w, -and' pe and the houses tenxtiuns t h ar-ed, although great reticence Is man- be absent three months. affairs In China oad con DIDTF T
Sland ot aaw e ie wth t ested, that at 9 o'clock last night the Atho Secreta r aft expects re- The Chinesement
vessels Ien the oA icaninlding many Amerig a nha.I K n as Potemakine was tg Into the lief his ard duties, the tip back of this agitation, and it is not
WAmsquadron pressa--d a m,4 e ,W1 Much regret was felt at the t t The offeals consr It possible one cal nor m s oe y the merchantSUCCD MORI1
pearanc. a.. t..maebad. mit the that the division of the French north-, that the crew were probably drunk an4ld hewil- havemo matters of ad- srobad. probable that e t are
Assciayn taed Prese 10 6 bat ernsquadron, assigned to participate were supporting the strikers and rev. Ministration to couaider. making the troub T sda'f
9, Asociat P series at the a Mqed a 5-l0=tha- in the ceremonies of the tranater of' torinpltica-loun ..-h-dedfel. By Aahia, _iketh"r
Oregon. June .30.-oreralte of W S It .. which! the American admiral's body to the (Continued on Page Three) oT nN ws eduated abroad and wih ad. Washingtn, June 30.-Paul M
,in M. Thurstoo began argu- the four Asnsaisea Su nel ialwered Brooklyn next week did not arrive --- M danced reform ideas. today reliqushed the dties of
today in the United States ga for g The ed a here In time to participate I n the T B OF SSIAN DEFEAT "China Is satisedwth te present tary of the Navy and Charles J.
ir in defense of Senator; in the lnner Ut~ o pt et dsig- welcome to the American hips. u w l1 y- exclusion laws. Above that if we re. arte will tomorrow take the o
NMflchell. He declares e'he L LL pealed those laws China would pasl ofee as Morton's successor. Mi
imony introduced by the 'B-A Sa By Asoc-ted Pre s. an act forbidding the coolies to come ton has left for New York to ta
did not substantiate Ome' I i..t II h Tt R M Im 2 -
S 'did indotesubst e se iI IIl a l AstorOre., June2 0.-CaptaIn Ro- to this country. The government has a permanent residence.
.th e Ju ry b e fo re t m o r- . . .b e rt o n a t t e s te a m e r S a n d u r it, a c o n tra ct. w ith th e big m in e o .a
o *he ju b SIIC which arr here today from Tsing In South Africa to supp the w STC SECES
*.- i uia ---- mam !11m1
--lBI S.. --*therehe-*s anchored a sh-ortd i- on all the labor f urni s d -
as o f merWashington,aJinen.-hInunder- Chinese don't want their laborers to Decks and Karber of S s
tna m e gnaof stoodaOR food sthority that aegotta. IChvlan2 ,Detoit 0. defeat wasdeohto A o oere the captain a fair, just admlin fe ilva ts of Trp l
the Public st tons are progrsasg in Manchuria for of the oarevite&- committed suicide. that atueets and ae Its be al- Anlh
Skssctated Pres, Aaocation. rs i an armistice. which It is believed will National League. One of the Carev4cyk's officers, the lowed to -ee in lsturbed a*
:ne 30.-J. T. Cooper, theNat l th Philadelphia 7, Boston cptain says, while reading an account not discriminated aalst." By Ass.iatseT Pras.
er of the T-weaty -,trth, h ... .. meets t Abhy N.o J., Btmkl y New York 5. of the battle of the Sea of Japan, New Ynok Jofthe i --e a
s artillery. -rested o, next week to The admistratio plan for the Ptburg 8, St. Louis 2. which blamed defeat on the sailors, rgia s tion of the Rvr n.aM M
S:nterfeitinrep. asing sat d lie wheools of ew plipotentiarie to be =amonced No aore games scheduled, was overheard by a sailor of the A| U stage coeaene,
--paous oi oa. ha e-- tloUs. T -- Ce after a armistice has ee arrange. A- Czarevith Captain ober to sta f a. r* t
-Iuil. He raid he e t thirty ye but should eotitios armi J s 3. adI t Is .n as y lt he
and when It was LOrUdb aese messagledI tie s iM to Indicate early te- ..iwoo 1, Savannah 4; six innings, who are -to lakit" and brained the By As th harOr bale he
ned and destroyed theo of school faets( -ofan.g a tteofficer. Bath des were buried Christina, June to r
he threw eut 2 of the tim s adnd urgdd b- i the sar ftura ebthe terrI.s o
ps li ot ew Leagu -t e e.s oth. ..po. .u..a
tI ... .. O. ,is Ce Atlanta ,. .. t aSame.e. p Attate esen Ass
eSt. Peta."f& June 20.-*ews fr Attaat 0, 1*rnghalm 2; second Kalia 8 lPoMIkd, 11m. 3.-Cossacks wegian troops are as robg 4pturd Ithth th hart ei
oc kafell crvesf Tentim e n.emsco .to X a a@.nlmryT Nashville L W WI* s s@muntr-
MIlo s era, o4..New Or lst
y ftunmmssas Wu'ein. - -I.. A -.-.At.UDA"W-~il IA S
-k June 0.-Jo-h D. aBoc
Given ten m lan deoar,
u nent for higher eduaestl
,.d 8:ates, to the p sma
'card. The -anmoele
%'crc toary at a mes
The hir.me ea s Mf
-ad WilI he ept ID
iCE; Fecastle at tol vSow
P bw 4ortC-
a AwI W-t.A- r
a I W an$
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[B y~ d
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-'dlik ."b ,' -
cw mwW- Irw- .qfr wqw m w s"o
miW-oftbeWiness su s - --- - -- .
t erratoy meeteae om iaoe ..--. 5 MSo o
CHmCAGO AI warW s ue s", an Its pessebules e osty abe mesP
VL by fl'e Wasme saW@d uBed m. I ng
serAc .. Aollw e r. LWnsy t.+ ,
MEXICO. o mttI-wa. otama beek ;the VW t
of time Aad again enter the IWA J7" te wo dearshtas bMW 1591 jF*I p.
and vigorous and abittious to carvte te pst two days has bee '
SW. C.D. a W ritescat w our isves a plue a the ro of- ooA.bty tof Ch to e e 1 o
as follows to the bay r pette, Bald- homer amerg the names et those whwo ih S att 3 lfisa the lNot Mael
la Co., ie.... wRi me the s oth' a ne n the t.- an. t at d ho in t a.e..Il..
Ch.gun.,Jneui ts. 1 te- tun 2" cause hra o b .. om V5 portnat nator is the ly- or o. ,. ,
toe .It G be sl nearl ew Neo ~retdei + " . t hat -
C srte w 1 *Mte her"to ray to th o, .aung bM .e - te Tl lao n o
V" gre bg lts realctivif A realsera esenthtv eaw
ties of le d he eve rean tothat it is lt ll t e thr n p tRo oue d ye which M PLton doi
peoen as ao *to our themseves on & MInteo ine E oon >removal wroas cLN
a tof action, which win t only ldeat aewo bt.tre the pblaic ise couty et n
kePt tre from ieM. w troubled with a aa before al sae nhltio l-nd p-- .. . .. swp "p t. _ ?,, f+-0-4 nilt er, dnca-h wtt fer i
ad my old pop ltid I .b nly ot t e ~-t -ith te Inte al their sect a e h ot being ade to remove Tth p.-* rves Theb
this time a11e0 1,r0 those 30,000 but fford them a mglbient o paty seat roh Ver on to CB S to oB
SDys people it is Dt therprle ta thet one thunlty creating for themselves t attehiked _the NWrt 7M
engagedt a the t fpad wald fortunes r.wy tbl P te... p. -- iei s ent'led
IT TD OR~ ~~ ~would ifme M to 1of atY itmlba should by ino mane4Is Ten be spse. e Bryan latrv60lWedl -i .*aps tie4towi parties.
ooed by the oyeet as a meine ths i a ntee I and ra a hI ad the 5oug mn wake up to thetr .Tem there Is quite an ort bI t to be wit In oon
CAUTION.I-Ween kpossbllti esbR Peore tMlm and tbe are at this t me to I sere a coMre p t tiseo .y t w tSlm M arria -. ?.
uEs soe tm oni. tmule to Imbe &o tm o eoter aob eyual dmatoade easwa itergoneabro a toat or b andIounderstand othatb ay ---tJ nny W. H
a -,atsio. ill ary n to fo, yaoduM havN (mr1e eaedry maotlot beley*ue I ad thome tod the hid f itparehal ~rt ite sar th ow t_ "a" o teu pn r rfot ..l. th gl-_ &a the are Dyest Pe domy the p p
Sol a eh rer old ranke if Ic alws he aesl over datl ets Pork of the noroh, eas a ve the e rs the he nlow sad ae dweek to shington aty fo ..he l-r
M ske, which i on e ae r e for elsenta o otii the sleep ot quiet and repon i wa l ot e t.t -O P it, do
rtin. the srck tr Pettme Ilky k harmfl. ie as Mourvalut whiskey at the a the soth owl olse en- t ln!tert ion Peop bothe ban ost ladt y earrby whicthe p poa ltlymS ?.Cos
M. es Hart e rid kn n In B eadnl, Pw. the aosonle e rafter wi tht id ea oe growth an the material interts and welfare O ba nat, however, e tatkinga a. -y Ch k~
M EUGENE ARt ONA DIeTpUkUTRow Pa i Ns An gOLA. I bePl slave labor cultivated otly etdnthe low S "- --hgon,e the ator.rtets uth j w bi_ o* ,g ,, Ifoi.mt rm t oar &e SS wM a t . uis fta
Ss-: "I hoave been taking uf ys rPaere Mal t Whiskey bfa le o trora b , d ulmithmte h t he tsod ht n .oth t b bee n o the attor. I rerd a s ae
ear a my ionly stimulant .nd tonic. Iam no w r years od;-e e ar y teigtyhste nderal. l n thas '"t tsbe airy tAae, y to-ha ids off eIn bh I
and as vigorous m at en of forty, aod have every reason tatheeve I will thought to the rrwded slotiosuntm Oiavtaprfustt tlsyagte cnaty ftothe larpeop
live to a meuh rGier old age if I can always have a su apply f Duty's Pure o the north, east ar th"M 1fwrofouhndl ratef l to the pe 8lr ge a ttrn, dop
Calt Whiskey, which Is my only medicine I never have colds or Indigos- the present ond btr sPltee m o of our beloved section will ao tke to Ioonte yo.n .
tae. or ayorganic trouble. I know that I s y u aluable hiskeyb thato the south l thberte ae t ne lba t ls Af .
*******.ia IJBBHB*whiske beon ou way intoU tie reaiatop of wat a t ae astye a hdrstand U. ,, by hith Popul ism ad fain*a Plow
--of opporuvistle -1dM t t dtan- &R"
I ged it, but no I e slela retully as a bab I ey i eel ro woaesneg atly enhation hced a ehe st d that the ropiad an t ce at e e loni ea t he.
fom my old age, and Ir e- atily reomreeDuftfys Pu-re Molt Whiskey to bretlon t th.e.r. die an cu t. s- -bee ve .e
Thionghot te hap -tPdthouandleft, 'tem ho received a el Table',
lio tathe eofhehe ont becoanmel Oe b w n h t ea4P
Duy's Pure Malt Whiskey cotais no s el oil and Is the only whiskey around which oiere Is lo at.ed thr* ts
reognised by the oyernment a a medicine; this Is a guarantee. Ing and prosperou arcltrl cos- do' ad asdtdWratherthawtohanstery bnet thconIt L tM w^ siw Compa
CAUTION-When y ask or Dy's Pure Malt Whiskey be sur you unites. is Increase f corse has tha rted the advance movement will totoruo agn s brstrptin
t. a tis v- s __Ascaetch fro mee w n "' a o .dam n them emar r ty o
Sthe gen in. Un pulou sl dful of the excellence of this bee t ted by actual d_ lade t rare alo oher reasons
relation will try to l you cheap Imationes and M whiske u and thee demand bnu fromn purc has-onr and towe power hch wills e Ii t tW a part In the M.att. el., Wia tm mVa
t o the t for pr nly, and w frm ers for atul d veloprpose the ntire put ah- and caeIts 6 .isP oroble that 8 an extra s t e a session ci -
*Uwevitethe nick, are pstitively orniM. Demand "Dufly's" and be sure Ie perhaps the moat healthful and slate to take 0ace in ths rank of te Wgftfttur Will be necessary biW ban MY61110L -
yu get Itit Is the onl abesplue p Malt Whiskey which contain ea. protlasing condition which the real statehood which .their respective re. cause t no* Ali oe,
Iinal, health giving quali Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey Is sold In sealed estate market could be In as It means on88s ourceshan ha to drain the Kverolathe togootacT *6. L a fm
battles only; never In flaskr bulk. taln the seal ever the cor os that purchases mad have been mat.e s Wres hoa p gs themes loaet hlO ehm be t o e d
en.ewa f d e.for developmentA o e -n 1 to Wean na reopigtor the tie to ndhj other to establish two u ninveeot c t eessv.JO..
+ _LBewar- o re_ led be.,t --.... s.. ..cv.mewh......oni t n t pat In" ohere ra the Inoant.tee pj C eid le.at s ns ible that the a -mvey .It .
Sold by all druggies mts ad grocems, or d ct, $ 1. a bottle. Interest- lo time Investmeents die an d lthe doll tuaidrlt on t e ill ta Ie nts iae a t e' nbot alm : o br
g. medical booklet postpaid to any addreal. Du.y's Malt Whis-key Co, Befor the wr the agricultural pur- part of t.. poole both no.. -' ~i a to arry et n res ........ A"'"
Sch, ester.NewYor i tw. a, e oah ee o W. A. Dt o e erh wte# drtt i te h e often save a doe. i r.
t rely to the old plates wo with saso.o e i a S t im havbos Bark Is an old rCrole rei
.EUGENE ARONA, DTr UTbR, Pn ACO LA. slave the lsoth as cultivated orth ea h a '. ad i edy ztor Diarhoe or thoMe~ ol-c-lk Del da. b
\. -2LORING, D-tri7tr T for Peaa. as honest ,oversale.t, the .sults om, I ima Bowel -eafc dos ,th- wark, be rW "d =-.^-
their and tol wiat blackoilyed riverhottoms fall sure.s Here I s ad strto attend to ua chA f .
Skn to thisay re as th. old planta- that the soo or otutao be whatwe m tters a may c-e before I .t ime
l5 Sggst*bforethe. ttleand PROalhSPEI-c TY -Net ae ae. ahts an fact
.o. tracts. opuSother ireg *of he ha v ong peghed It t.o become, wt Is w mbao findtn.y ,, h.mel ha4 |Mr le,^= Ph-
south was at %tbeaatentrely r of the contry. No. a-Bt l-,e- iiZmC
IC a, OOAL and .W OOD ,'|,, -", + -_ :. += ,',, ,,
heavi-ornerly covered Ce ad Tara P. to garden PhO oly but that ita 3ey friob Iaie tolmbage |l |fr is
::_---___-:_" m mrl iandwreotenginfoeestc nI Jti mentally. moralla .ilt :: o fe W hgonutyc a R .u l, dy e c.r -- ---l
Sich then stateO, ha ot Ilgone n lttate lly, mallyl thse Kanod do. P heal ,-. ,.. s
n tod were th. llbe. f s.ft. Since oly, pal.ANl ~ h alltht ogon county an and s "
the ewar, however, and the0q*tul con- ot. lnere y. te arefof the loPal Interests of '.0bM 0114
wW. C. DIN*iD1* .i i i i awinuthot any assistance frorates
About July Ist 7 Tr" Se ihe South at -1 -1 r
.thcoR t me and tInCe. wthe toans. y o S ici In the county and I iT- I
y m r te u ,..+,__ -. nd i rsta --nd- I--,.. -_ C I
RWUA will b op or WhO ew oon. Pie ton boo i des of the prois V, -. b W (1 1b
nBaasiuMness with a full toU ed the-l all a*ec n-I A
a ccessih to thet -pt wee a B All T hat Barbe s Use en n r the g." P *i -go.
aidc s onrted thericulturist. After the war the di Cutomers. ai
Ve tables. Etc. esath rom Boste SS- b C .
h usts .ina, tt May 5 1900. to the N. Y. gne D llar Saved Represents .Oe i* e rs "a w TO
itoty on f te a s he e son" hBs o t ostost -m rs Eare ya
youft= nr d illyrI that 6efteatd ,s to barber uhis: e average man does not ave i;' oun main eg bt i:
Yznp your a"ia Taken before the peopling otthose st"t4.- ThIere sshaing brushes and razors shill be Eetnrno by hisJo arufton
a thadbeenno rel esrt tmade, to seoil ized gfter ch ~ pite per cent of his -arulug)
OakiA thes a scth k *ood and bad ben thereo, separate, -clen 4C*towei shalFit mukspend nine dollars In vtnen
wumalays the same since 46. Both before and'atte lrth :e us d for "each person. Mateit.M"I" fr evey dollar saoedetoo
C* B4pr pony" 4 4uyda*Chsh. q altary condtlff nfWthe city and a the flow of blood shall be uW ltnne the sare he cannot be tootcaefui 2A.v-
tiew.eeav In derewt orm, an "ler* bOat unnecessary expenses. Very oht
4oosao. botles i*eted to to U. S. as well who boibtedIt to 4 0Ih-emej 'dde" isused for fe aosr scalp vra).doars outlay later on. ,-ft is
of yellow fever inlidevers of' alAs4elda sR used for fce or siuip after Itbe "6 In buyig suier sin
aorigin. The stri i ft bW i shaving or ,bair cutting, them 4o nhe aipi in buying Ca ubelins Col- HIRTY
veriof.the entir sopth for the past danger of infection, as It Is antlseptit. Chbleraand Diarrhoea Remedy. it
aOVI VA.., uO v -"rove. and kills the dandtuff germ. $old r.ostig but a few cents, and a bottle of
4few years. the-W. A. D'lemberte, druggist a io i t.n the houde often saves a doctor's
L emmy a- Inftsouthsantarcndiiosnwellaapothecary, 121 f. Palafox street; Lea bill of several dollars. For-sale byall The f
MuIMs. In tb change th tif-s w thtougwllt the sawla. Fla. Send 10c. In stamps toi druggists, refuse 16*W11111i w
Abo r T '* "q g oun t "i kwsaidpleto The Herpicide Co., Dotr fi -:l
that their bealthtos -awellI -11i9d in 'D 'lmarubaBarkI an old creole rem.
the south as in t1e north snA -lti h f -dy for Plarrhoes and all bewel d1- -
more genial cltbte, s oaUdq = pad orders, an Is a go"4 one.a lala
iv'. OLDRIM N.Diet ibmrfor Pensassla as honest goverAvisat, the results 01, AimAutnia Dowel 1%ilos4e. w,,. T
their tonl will uit'q i) bi a-treat 1but is n ot a strong astKrinentm cnt, a.
as secu as In Pit otW "to a opum or other poSons. Is T
cralwat last before theoor* h Ist e 1ad %adut, hkce 25c., ri a White's,. *..Zek AY
proper lefoht, aw d'Uore to ear w0 PERITY Pbaej Aryb4 4
ICEWCOALwinWQOD an stouufi growth o4 THE S. O
1. E. Gartland & Coe_ arsteam es_ boDth wdia o
IL=2! lmbewamA su ete Lein WiL k th--
41fle w t -
I~MMM& ThE a Ts= AndT
THING" In TMEWORM. ww,~
ww - d n
SIKEAL LenaOF Upwit 7.
w* -alum MU *M~ U~
amp*f a -4
ymm 409' -'0kth s
at 9: 3a
in & Co.
~:~' *... -
t2F tweei'S tosinE
4 will le yak. twa 4rte
anpt-usa moft -alfa maew,
ou act an o daily e ader-
- nth Why not preparNir it
,4ow? Get "somf eeg
r .hee i. a we to a fMage
liz clmat%, fes the euseaS.
DO iT MWI
g.c.e....... e...a.....,,a #
G. m. WmITW
Carp A. A. Calhoun, of Mariana, ist
..i::ig his son, B. B. Cahoma.
.J iuge J. DmImet WolNe ass returned
i)n,, !rom New York, where be went
t: ga. business.
H F'liott. of Morias, Ala.. was
.*ong the Visitors is the city yester-
., ho registered at the Merchants.
%N Laxisell ot Maaiste., Ala., a
,In1ent saw sai ma and land ow' -
a s a. the city yesterday oa a
V- and Mrs. tM FPrchtt-mer the lat-
.- rmerly Mkies of Mo-
arrived aMt evened sad are at
V- And Mrs. A. GrOmhatst 306 West
Marisama correpocdet !s the
t the Misses DBebam. on West
street. Miss Calha attl re-
.., Pensaoot' until after the 4tt.
ige and Mrs. Jobs Tboa. Porter.
S(rand Ridge. were in the city yes-
S-ray en route to dilereu: western
.:nts. mostlY In Oolorado. and Kan-
,as. where they will spend several ,
Southern Hotel arrivals: H. C. Reg-,
-r. Cortodale; M. A. Harriaso. city;
H MilI., BIrmingbam: L G. Ray,
V ,rtqgomn y; D. A. Walling, Jennings,
.0 W B. Ar cher. Oarylle; W. J.
hail. DeF"uiak Springs.
A pany of pmminent Montgomery
.z( n reached the city on a pleasure
FiiAsrl Masi AF-
TAKa THN ft0 66 SwUE
D eer, o.e a
heat Wyer bod vs ed w thte, up
c wth asversl *o-Sar ae
oera seo sefr, bit owotl. a had
break s r the me, Or.y Ja ws irgs
under the wire hs 2;%.
The third s mSDed Ie es twn
former, thouor Fr o m*. driven
a little h.'-der h- a ma4 eame
under the W Ie0 ,
eratl y ternseba d oen"thg uanj
dolars .chn ha~u-f.. tw asult
inasemh am beta -abrknow
fto e iton O ~VILa 0re~
ha v ing w"
-Mucrh Clater es
eoh seen: okt w b 0 "mde e
aitst of tham d d toam
uderstheik pt iad the rar
emoty oft t. te de to he
Mr. Bruita am me office.
gave notice that all t-aught
adrift in the t s be'lred to
im, and s te-te wid t .
keive pay fur 1 tb b. to, ud
present timet X ia e et ben
r The hastore haos to^ eee.
after a a sptmen th h rmt.
that all pers who aredb r
b tookday eiuik; Whes Wthy will
receive par M- -eats. I they do
take every ttain* Of"ker'outi and
the parties w4 k at the ae
ir the harbor Wi aot o, Wh cent
ftr It. The o* wfiL be trtli en
frceot asi a pbt Ofan the eadv dat
a'd-"f I'n" 'hel* * o seaUMtdy
PATIWUT A FAK
; yesterday moving and areregs-
I at the Merchants. The party :s By A-s as l --a
,.:,osed of A. Abraham, W. Webber, New York. Jeme f0l-4narp .
Wilke. Fred Newe. Henry WUke. burning the w.rd "fAkir" amera
F Francis and C. Newel. chest of ean -i rb while a1
tering thernmo-ea ty mantat
S:zens. who have ocessa to trav- nerlga pS* Dr
the Brent rTeA, which was tar- Intere to g% i ol
one of the best driveways In been difmsmad ht @ ur e IaNgt
'ry. are entertag osmpqatita oln Invemtigatls a a m
at the dia41 ISte4 roaditica lI-c baeS, tMa"gMtM=i
Shoreaghare. TLey state etat country. that .b been .'bJi
he geptti of the road lyinvtag while at the ba1 tdt
tL th tty Sots is In bad condl- action. Dr. D est i sat
:a it ls ma ch worse when travel-b had almost nwstl NO
-.-',-r marth, and that unless the letter oa the man's -ilafter
,'hortleea take some steps to of his fellow ph0ulam st fthe
- lairs at )imce tha: .te roa r-tals had paeMl.lro*ug0th eO
get lto such a stawe as to t g room andl ki .nMr
almost Impossible to drive Chaves was a "bkdr." The trat
consist o searing the saktrt
hot neetle. an -He &- I
inttutttion ft W =4 r
a"k your gwocwr or Lmon method of tref n ves. dn
"a ExtractTs bt askaask for Dr. Hunt maid be. m at a kamn
i iBBON LIA ON ASM VA- his action ad tbat.the buma w er
SEXTRACTS. They are PUfe. a temporary natur emlty... .
MAfiWSARE TWV ~~
mand w it is atMCC eso ~t ~p
It given yowa ham w OC S'-
wo Wi f mo rsdiwpdnuitiua s 0 y
Ml,. S TM-' Wish 10S9lL
-I ethu. one d o rd briaL.?*.' r-
NUU Domt Ainbra
Sand ca j g iMck-
mi ft.It wMM coo youso
P. 0C LiBt# 6*Lr~
Commencing Tuesday, J4me 20, and Lasting 30 Days
Stupendous Bargain Selling every lay during sple. Don't buy a stitch of goods until you see what we
are doing here. A feast of Bargauns for 30 days, and you are as welcome as the Flowers in May.
COME! BRING YOUR FAMILY AND TE~L THE INEIQHBORiS WE ARE GOING TO MAKE THIS THE
GReATEaST 4*OPPING jUNT IN PENSACQA. WE W.LL OFFER YOU HIGH-CLAs MEsoANOIE
AT LESS THAN AQTUAL)OnT OF PRODUCTION. IN ALL DEPARTMENTS OF THE STORE PRICES WILL
FA^L1 BELOW ZERO. W UOTE A FEW PRICES JUST AS SAMPLES OF WHAT YOU WILL FINO IN
T141S 0OUBLE BUILDINGS:
Dry Goods Depirtment.
10 bolts 68-tach white Linen
Damask, 5ic per pard.
75 bolts 6-inch Turkey Red Dam-
ask, 2c per yard.
60 bolts Cretonne Chints for Drap-
ery, at 4%c per yard.
"0 bolts Striped Bed Ticking, at
4%e per yard.
2U bolts Flne 36-inch Curtain Scrim,.
4%c per yard.
25 bolts Imported Lomdon Voile, at
9c per yard.
16 bolts Fancy Colored Drabette for
Skirts. 9c per yard.
S0 bolts White Linen Lawn, 10c per
- 26 bolts 3-inch Imported French
-Mfairas. S9 per ya d.
One od case sfOc Ladies -Sailor
Hats, at Sc eeh.
$1.21 Lace Curtains na this sale at
One ease Ladies' 50c Lisle Thread
Hose, S6c pair.
Ladies Muslin Underwear of all
kinds in' this sale.
' All Ladles' Winter and Bummer
Skirts at New York Cost.
Tooth Brushes, Soaps, Perfumes and
all TolletArticles, at price to close
Shoes! 'Shoes! Shoes!
Three cases of Men's Fine VMil and
Box Calf Shoes, worth from $2.25 to
$.J50, at $1.48 pair.
Men's Late Style Blucher Oxfords,
$3.00 grade, $1.98 pair.
Men's Patent Oxfords, Kid Tops,
$8.00 grade, $1.98 pair.
Ladles' White Canvass Oxfords at
$1.48; worth double.
Clothing and Gents' furnishings.
150 Men's Sumtmer Un*p Crash $5
Suits for $1.99.
Men' Pure Linen Check $.50 Pants
100 tnks (oval tops) to close at
$1.25. See them.
Men's Canvas and Base Ball Shoes
in this sale.
Men's Laundered Shirts, 60e grade
for 39c, each.
Men's Laundered Shirts, 75c grade,
or 48c each.
May's 75c and $1.00 Nigh- Shirts, t
olseat 39c.. ,
A lot of Men's and Ladles' Dressing
Cases in this sale, $1J5.
AH our Nettleton $5.00 Viel Shoes
at $3.50 pair.
A)I our Nettletoz $6.00 Patet Lea-
ther Shoes for $3.98 pair.
Two cases of Men's Canvas Oxfords
at MS pair; worth double.
Two cases of Men's $2.00 High Top
Canvas Shoes for $1.25.
Men's Guaranteed Army and Navy
81tits at 48c each.
Men's Union Made Carpenters' and
Painters' Overalls, at 39c.
Man's Union Made Overalls, 750
grode, at 48c pair.
We.* Seam Drawers, three pair
Men's Blie Linen Suits for $2.48;
Odds and ands Men's $1.00 Shirts in
th sale 48c each.
White Tuck BosoW Shirts in this
sale at 48e each. L
Sale Ons Eat Day at m and Closes at 5:30 p.3 Epxtra Shles ea ie uv heen
engaged for this
Great laugahtter aele.
Sr n MWvvn.ir. manager anau onaucitr OT oaie.
NO TIMBER WAS TAKEN LOOY SC FIFPEER CMAL EMPBTEES LEAL ABIETH T. t aOt a.
UNDER JOSEPH "BROWNS E EAN. WIK W MM. U RU *II Volumes 46, 47 and 46, coapriasing
UDthE- |OE RE M Tb MITED STATES In ascambla County Cri Circ ort decisW s f the Sumrne on t
the Regarding the statemet The F0LLOW ED MUTINY Mate of Florida-ht Uan1Try. June tem, 1 and the Jua"
las- Journal of yesterday morning about A. V. Carm et al, vs. ecola City n e term 1904.
tor man timber. and thet ct e Aeentlatat Press. Coopan., Sterritt Tats Administrator AR bids t T be sewed an- d
t, a. th parties w c hig the me (Continued from Firt Pae) w York, Ja 0.-Fifteen am- ad tr at law oft &MIte of Walter W t eWr -of tammD em a .
hand sawing I t up n woods aor. ployee from the tithmlan canl re- Tate, deceased; W. Daids W State lastitutiesI, Tlulahassee, Ilori.
i and saw p turn the Pnma Railroad Com- E. Anderson, N. T-'Turoton,. H. da.
b iner custodian, Josph r ewi, t tho oluttoaits ashore against the tr00op. pany's steamer Segnrance to-day from Knowles, eir at law ofPeter Knowles. The printing and binding moust be
4h held the ore sforyeSdei es "I or Throughout the day 'the soldiers sad Col. 0 steamer carried 148 pas- R. T. Haines. W, A. Boot, C. H. 40e in the State of Ptorda. The
ded" s ed n such a anler during Ism polee had evidently retrained from eager. At queratine the ship was Booth, W. R. Tomlloan, W. A. Shaw, work must he,00mpleted within ntie.
this fd ...s.. a -- tempting to interfere with the strik- held several onrs while the passen- B.-. Maxwell,-Jolm Maxwell and Wal. ty dei from the date of the eeateact.
he o ee la t frs e en Two passengers, t Maxwelkl., t o f A. .ewis to seb. e rstr- by ta coR
the cee the 0 of the ..law tw4 em uwde,th three of th ,,ftttle were seat ton island or ober e sa e W. trato th Att e neras o
mone yrs by th legislate the m of the battleMhip to use 'et gEns.vation. They were John A. Warren, a ler, Sr. ee, and pmop deMliered an ra4
bho and lauthority of the tai 0 against them. imlner trty-one years old, and amount On Monday, th 7thk ay of August, there. All work when completed sagM
at, wer limited to certain au m O Although it~s possible tteuIesence o Northrop, four years old. Both had A. D. 1905, the "desants, N. Thurs- be delivered there. 100 bound is law
thst ber. and Mr. Brownhdd notattelptto A.l oug i. s d otl the a splous y high temperatures. The too, W. A. Booth, C. H. Booth, W. R.: eheep and 400 with paper qores a
aent se e or take.timber whie wa not the.soldiers w- due tom&*, the an- mother the child was sent with it. T74lm eon W..A. Shaw and Sterritteach number are required. 50 poa
th a allowed by this law.. .n a thorities think they are unreliable and Mrs. Northrup said she Hlved on the Tate, adminiastrator ai "aetr at lawiUf, f. book paper; sihe of apapr 24x38
the Mr. Brown stated G-t __,tt a regiment of dragoons and a brigade isthmus eleven months where her hus- of the estate of Walter Tate, deceased, -number of volume printed at the top
et.r do par t hadis eve teres tuo. of artillery have been sent to Odessa band wee employed ,q station agent are required to appear to the bill filed of each page; about 70$ page to eact
sehm. no party had efv rare tmrobe haes m oe trools sh op the Panama rallod. The Segu- against them herein volume; model 184 Mo. Reports.
by used it in such a manner ta he had from Kherson. These troops should rne after being tumigated, was re This order to be ptblishl once I No .more copies shall be printed, and
e of known of. and was satisfied that there have arrived at Odessa this morning, leased by the health officers. eah week for eight consecutive weeks-no sales made upon penalty of a jar
had been but few violations. With these reinforcements and the city in The Pensacola Jornal, a news- feature of five hundred dollars.
under martial law, k is believed the EDITOR JONES AND BRIDE paper published In said E.s abla Details of the proposed contret ma
iltary governor will be strong VIITWG IN PENSACOLA.. oonty. A. M. McMllUan, Clerk C'-. be had upon application to the Seaem
ttoug atmtovernor Wspill e strong ----- cult Court. By. L, GAymard, D. C. tary of the Board of Commitsiloi!
enough to attemptto suppress the Editor W. W. Jone, of the Chipley Pensacola, Fla., May 1, 190I -of State InstitutiUns, Tallahassee, 3
rito rs tby force. The plan i believed Banner, and his bride, formerly Miss -m oaww N. B. BO AR
>* toe for the troops to crush the ds Grace Harding of ApalachleoI, reach. NOTICL ,1juIlyow5w Govra
od ro n the city while Kr ger's ed the alty yes er.ay on their bridal rinting Supreme C t Reports.
saqdrn holds the entrance of the tour. They wera *w ed 'lhursdaY ls wIU be received by the Board of In kcambia County Ciroslt k
Sha or. it irs amaren itly quetionablevenig at the bomne of the ride in Commissioners of Stge sIntitutions at State of da d-In .,r
whether Kruger ill eng gse the Knas Apalacbicola. Tallahassee, Florida, until Sad day of Jbhn B. Joseg h
Potemkine if she refuses to surrender. Mr. and Mrs. Jones will leave o Atst 1905, for t pr itin and Therea. Karsey, bor, a Cazre
Sas ringnupon the vessel might be too Sunday for tho north and northwest blading of the followtg named vol.Loisa E. Roberts, bIga vW
S erous a test for the sailors on on n extended bSal tour, and expect Booth, Pensaola C
board his ships. Besides it would In- to be absent several weeks. H. Davidson, rR TateU
"- ~~evvalve necessarily the destruction ot i. t. In d ow a,
cos b^^eri^ tting ue--ai miliosk 1-W. ILaV mKlss t l aw
Ut Gna digua t 4Rui a dm age to the city. Admla Xawa iajig g TS
.kryda rs plan of starving oat tue V., t II I al .kH -Oem- -.-.--O. ,-'
S*athmai cre-I la now more Ukely to OF NORTH NA. ,
W14a. At Uban the. auitimmossaiaors to .w Aienat Bluffic ato, Tbow C. 9111012% V -1. &
S- W e Er tls ber of about 5,00 we rSnamlly m ._, .,, t.e k -. ..... tSl N.f
W r*bM tArore and ledbbyy i r delAm "Caeot o
se 1,W of them hat already uren 'tba l will be devoted o
e d .M lbeirB comrades r 7b2abl' uih -aus i sd the a ster"s" .. A0 :"a-d
... "- -May g reat 1 0o f O lifeina Ys etea- .iac. '7 lat ight .* of t e g- A- -g
.... .- -- __.-- .w. ."..ba, ........ 11.5 ..al *..Sl Ta
--,-.-. Mis". .o .. 19.... 11t7s
114.;'W -I = .. .Ns ............ r-4.e "o
t ma-mi -n bresefStaftr be M
M ..... '-C .. ... .... .
--- ,MIS...-" ".'... ."a P '
-... . .i.. am .. m amea us ot r.er t-:
abused. It Th taea Te PWas -
t--eon*-- ly aseonly aon s Rever, A gven
vwti i-rthae. Ai se em thato. pIthaw. asbai p
r me o th hiseo chte eL .We armde teesenow s i
-a --- --e Street, e- JoeL whe diJ7W^!et pun wh tVrreret I toig a-f for LEmcan the dsto Ch ?6 Sgan l ersr p
UWW. U blas I~about Weast F*Wao a as the trader wit Cea a' hf in i *emie a w.arI
tW r is aeted M dt t so theta nted t See tate these oloia l . *I .-
ICLA.T. iO ITrATU be with se ta a ,t 1in thork than ot e kedS or o nm op yrs Tx
Bn A, M AT JL part of the emt rfse;l upr ft lack nese conld go to O awaii antl it -6 -
of eal upon the part of hils c lt e ruta possapton. / l r, -I i
GOING AWAY? that both nations will cordially t- ship. Mr. lASS. "hoid mabe a ree- they were shut out. They could go to .s TH. sW-BS, Presden. W. K -"
Whyou leae the city for yor derse. Ayth less than t will f h .- the Php ul e islands TO. NT
Umie vsti have Tie Pemea imet meet the motions of the et popd Apalackola Tis-01s. ed nto A ercan hands. Then t
s aA "A I NW 4ryan the b a. extending the area from w* Ch
,. It sewems elpSubrt l lMAtsG nnplic nese werie ercolded, end have thruet "a-"
Sat senti am"en 90e w the K thBe o tha d theO a W nwto Cb T -0 6.
Jhn D. has at last fod an outlet 4 T- E CULTURE ,1ip people ar-e begiDh. to d. them- wit~th a view of senl bChinese
r is surplus csh. FOR .LORIDA GROWERS. selves better on pulie matterss asd The action of them hesekoeh ,e
"* Athereby putting tbeuulv lI shape sees so r Bn t ha t t am s r aoSu M r s
of a Declaration of Indepemdence. We ventre o tha reean t our esaxclusion er; NAUU
"allryan will b the a f aOreY te wee thet at. ney far ta Ws us Up session h oa rather th ar -A
h e Nashville Banner remarks: t th a the o toer itr iane tha tan eatlB "
lee id of treble in Plan" ITarl wor l "t too w vote te o er ee nts rueCiese OV
e talp seeds. There are a score of eet, p he w pt the enough to resent the jury ad ta"flt h" a
e la better and more portable trees h omin aiek.. .-eaa. . Bryat in te usual ganner, but the Chiet, sm+e V. D n u
hei@ time of it building the Panama digemous to Florida whlcb might be and Sapoleon S. Toward .nfbt bo merchants t have a method of wartskss
"' with.........e..ta.e. by-. -t.-"s--wh''---ofw.go.. th-at -IN...io nA.erica .in a lvtalypint r Cot. ta I.Pa# i d3" UaI --
Is a sample It It ors are plated G ero Sed's Veto.E er or later, thronghd the possess n of. .
lvetr as he a t str table so Ad kept oist for a Gov. Broward has p vetoe the i islands. Te Ja~ neas are We d-iw ear 8- oSbf t- Ve_,.a tac im e
aoemet for a new beach hotel. perid during 3te winter onths they more bills than amy of the iovemnora crowded on an rea of 1 ,000 square n on Siest B.tai Ita.e'-reland, pg_ a p
ies eole should yso ent bus alo i wip t P tent years alee p. The p le nee peop l to t ,e squre mi le. .te mul t H gliW u"'
Sle.of soil and rot be easy ol as =ward go out to other lands. There is o iA SW5dT ma, s id
fore the Cav gets through with feet distance bhiteen rows ad be- has a keen ore sad i aiuewat bet- The Philippine s.lanis are near and .
thing he may he soKrry e dldIm twoe spouts nO the row. Wateed tenformed t mef his on will be the most natud place t
put in anapplication for the Vant wh1% thus planted, they wi grow to eats thought rw was. In the number Japanese emigrants to settle. TheyS
tthwani ofp oraay.a hi eedlea a foot dr g the of bills vetoed he has act n ae one will settle them in la'e n umber-t
th aeane o orway. ea hey old be e lti vated veto which th people eeirally do vastly large m er than Amerls, V, a Prva t .
a- thin i arefully and kept ree of g ass and not approve 4 e s d w A pbe who re at least sia thod a miles
ye t,.as Will t to run weds. In ew years they ple we the ise not the lass furher o and have a country their
smoothly aain after Sretary Taft tall, straight, s.M..etI al and haned- es.-Mantep ecorl own o ne-twelfth as thickly settled ,
riuonpthat junket t. e Thie elue douli t of Jpan aese tere l-
OrperLant growth, so the R o oe man be o ha of the trh etr o .._' .......
he principal efforts of the amils- ae p t 0g t e tcw wo ey ec I ios ,. ps sna in r hat oA il g.or
tration seem to be directed towa pre- y be tin aed for use of poles about diversityy is toethe. As aI].zj 1tter h jsl i as becme a ooto 4 k
eting scandal In high places and the f ie ase uT0ae antil eight feet of pertinent nact the best enter t of the Untt lMmsse bes e.. Wh pl
to ths end the whitewash brush is separates toy -e-e from its nearest the school a the people would h Un e -t- re from the princi ples-,
eAtfa wore to the Iomi. et u. wn de years frm he se by h e Wt ebet. of the trine oai areuer a .
r army or navy, has occurred, wter oak, soon becoming valuable Tampa withe. pl d
Scvi war is not only th rematened theiber. T *ho are outohc lea_ stosfuanh- ane f t m. .t A ggp
abet pfctically exists at and near Those who are impressed by these Gandthe auatbeiot ue of tnd h"1Me an "11 Meo thei U.
starss on tie Black sea. ide it aP oi pot ie tvanity noble daid M. ofth ib tap t eritr In r toan -i
Miss Jeferson Bell, formerly toolage a gr ov AP that Itr wl e It d em a bl d tan ot ghehs aieost R O s. 0L
purchased a controlling interest io the o. thing we have noted tice with prot me than a spirit- meadow, foliage or wail grain A oI S
within. a short time, assume i- e pay In proportion to amall ones The Jacksovll laton Army, peCber, his dress st pt tol
totid manaet of inthat excellent trees about his oa.se gets eight or tet pose to execute a measure 't bemhana e altho ds catw ys of 0f Gd a :- 1
n u e b t oI-na *-ft R e c o tr.
paper. Miss Bell Is one of the bright- dorg evey year from each of them that would reoud waer on e ge larg- tent and his sacks of strenuo1moui
St writers in the state and will un- w le the nman with a thousand Is sat et of our rich at4 wealthy rh o in t
dbtey make a great success of her it witht rthreen rs apt atlos. Te
iesto s t atThere is so e ch care and attention poor from that y ,r-bnCove sus cao theb Io he ofn T and eo e. aea s. o
he Rsentfra ne O DeR tnece oday to uccestuinl tree culture wSprings on July oe .t sum mer sow ts prattle of ows, g. I A
Seasl and ra o anarlably spread Itoutu. I tracts sense tha words. i n aes T he can make er reak of u-
etrDisaine %cLUSIbof LAmerican ratooy. try to cover much tero The world Is to knoud theo eercoet, waitcoat ore aem .ows4:21t4 SoRUt "
e hane bs toe a umee the et e ing roparo to t Salvato Pot e Jae so jaiva r Army, D b o, la te sats er eilo a
Be -t h a ar th fe etsdis t- e b-w enr-t a Jl W h wi p a to Im u, r.. pro- sakentl lWle, hils ftk o of d t +. ........... T e Pil...... ..d%-re.ealn
rcat s b y theft of hti eie ng' at ot o ec is m ie uhe or iemn an tos uef Oei tt eofbt -ilt of action or a v i or s p rtrayaa tu i. -
et wt r in e set and will un- walae the man eewit aple thouind i t- t m o ih nd wely eha o -" ma nglett em otIla denum
order from tie resident relate to ed win th twoor thr tlae trs Ip ee niotisch h artlel neftll tl nu teld of delation, a I e is a mu- s
tile enforcement of the exceuso, aaws doae. Th e monly reason we advocate lst manifest a hibit a ispos- aclan be can i impart to his esteIa. p -- -
.. a .....ne ore aJcractory to the the o1htatnd of tkepef ltfre to sueah tion to make adwen Atw omWk to cre to s atn e pressing that san | s
tee wthecigsl. There. a so mau- oanen an a tteantao- peoor from that ay t rw ove dleaus eahcmbortle of anhape a of y a dm the r p
.... l "eNt OR"ER cut-be- We orraps tree a culture Springs on JWeaknes ummer e eite siattle of t IfPipihn s R t o t
hvigrant ranorack *an cancel Ito own good work of t tohenr of a lio or the bray of pa aes Vewllmav
President directs that our C- ve Pe eye. ro w tes I t is allow ed who are ever eatst t it' w e o the taheiirt Journale
eelon statute-ot treaty, for in tohe aospe with the young a se of Christ ast 1R tinheg t waot or o m a
wT have t ose-be hereafeteor executed growth. e ce t.be necessity that in those whno heve. aleti nto the slems a s ertIroae m Vty re. W
w justice and humanity Instead of st beves shilat be carefully and of degradation th A s-,e to higher It s ass h men wil. a Stdd elated Sugar, 1 pods r. .. .. ...
prn"edice and barbarism. So far, so arately fe ee and kept to them- and nobler livesbfaIt bth enpuerages tofthteUied,0oi ip l
et, rmovwoe all the rltion it Chas a. to go .heck will wiAvnd a year sr hsk of Chres lewOty. Ouetfrothie ia s a ergaan. yru.. .
Pretilly speaks g, the president r t bend sWg and r u ni a half The untold stanrsidet i-em goor afd tmela onf but puaby at t B oru pe gald On............3 ..t* 3..
to ee tles or laborers tly. So 1it iaid are the price to be paid be commended ce press taught that to be sa i eset- a a m II llMilk........ *Tl r
however, as a dIvscrimIation is unrde Bu trees onrn's fwn culture. Still and public, I .ht. a ntrar must b e "eater than hIs wTenao Btter, 10 p ds .. -.-- i TnY
by- tl cotry between the Mo a sa grove will prove both a ple notwIthsteudi asam- that his character must t be 'r r y Butter, per paine...... ..
Sltem t In Chtat. The Chiecoltame 00to1 tuam o of the atre orove. n the he f bh t e hteb C h "
toenfea thdee as make the work _f tSefm. th oa po m to o t ot, t...r sg. a
fce eat n d never will cou dear him- it e o the t ree adopted b can be foead Of 1 tea/ we at oan l --ea < e ea
Mes ta c k utse.obe tslatyu -- d" t t e rimet Th -- -lsn tn Ps matter hetu mas mo" ]w J asi ------
Shale a e hereafer exeteWid lrow It. Hene the neessuty tat In- te who have.d"., h*o6 +thss ea i Dtefwi i w n so Mit -r f "Lim
_.ft .Jee and hllmanlty intye vd of tart rovea .oargd a rove.ly. and of d_ bedaUo a" a 4. l he. t a w ts how um gQ. 'o post Ca bw an oi
Ztn ilate all the lyctteon d tto o imi.tatl wn i awId a d spar o C . .. .a ,o wm's ugigep, s qo fO .: .... O :to Os J i W
mtb a sh ort t s i lme g e aame h li e t. to be paidin be onp.meade.l _on tole meainn Tegt "hat "o ""e L1 a1 --Ary DeceMberweis ldre, .e. pais .p i foli c Wi -a I
pap-er. asM-iss "--w" t to. and pi s.an, ,t ,na is ohbs roit d- eea3Smet t 10 that w.. W
....oes, newly-arrIMved Y aWs and og. kpgo he. ncmanit-. -"hav-, Jugstopmp" to prW wm y
e ClAU bosto rjs. -. a4cbeb -Arlr , ym.it.. heat
ta care hmoe.- R .May th.e leive y H W4-0&a'- out wit G* *gs 8mgithat o
Sftoo this conty provided they Se News rea am i et1
e the leaveomw. TMis satlon 25uIm.l s ueainmb ,.im I., ,- I
sd be capped with a teaty ste- wrar s the sa=wry roy. Prd m ue -ame; It waey
ry to both eoentrle atd IW e *is w oft& i .I anetl 0I I.' -- 2M a ,
s lstration desires to save the '%h Ed at K rt," ftgnrtt In a hgowal t
markets to our prucw, **peeb e sN slow a a aglane.ay gs or i qus G
-utlate a treaty' that both coutries vn-, es be Afa ey B'ale wi'*ls
cn Si "r tos pt Ate t .t a It*--s i g" a Ihn :I****s b h*av g1'*- i wy tet aa ug [eiC/ -
|ewe wscs% an iprta.t = -w oldAtw
at lz any masI pe ma... dth -_ -._ ,
thmine n p not s" s of the samem 4 It t
% waso be vis~tedos or .ausE :. wo We.l. = a w ,s unini a
part h agaant tM ofe ime W bat h a r
thet Is where our 4ese -s m
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aw. --ft agaf t_,a the.. + ,-.+iYme". *-saw m-,u", a
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the "".; :t iI i . + n i iil+"w
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NO nglv p0lacy-10oler
W60 MSWIncrease(of M.4.
eased ASM9 #r Florids,
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hlBIR.H AILApy PTI DELIWI
= 5 b'- " Wj ,,. T - _-- " : . .. .
V" t. *PWe ave i cdty for tshlsg t orf yot r.i W
SM i~ag wuth tilo a em-ng t aw pressed Py ab Merdsea les- Ar to- laras to tea 4srt atSaU arder tsr too mali to tak. are
Islature, rvuga *uia im.a t tor wate ,aue corlsd PS OdP P. order. neS"t Nit 's4 atNk W4 P' yer mfadse my bD <
agers aUn stua m iAu, ,u!--a.7 R-W etlWv It is known as the "4Jm .l att
Sd pan oe a will a we larger purie. a r eas, e t It uay b
MThalalofore"l# --e""o.reip" D"iO JSj small, and rer, N t, t-wu_-
Ise that the colo pr Rlie vided a -s the white s.
-, ear, er, tarto s'tibeopera S t Hooon's Pla a W S atp, Be.err.y Cor.dia d Com
vided by law. In order tAS aMW S teWpom the law ad the roes ar e all uarautd curesad 5 cet seUers.
pNmPO Il, TIES LEWISS SAR CO, MAIN ANg MA4PWS. SNSACOLA. of the company, both the law and the ft are published as follows: UiefA fter shig. Sanitary Napkr, 25 cents per bo-larg, small and etm.
STHE WATE LAW. .. f ll ..
M~a l An A bill to be entitled a acet to ro ;m4 ---i--- -e pdyhat
F h ,i re strt car c1, paes ge qothu r t THE COMPANY'S RULS p PHON E 1100.
'a. .this s__ .....a.k26c.. :--... ... nn isA WTc
- -D.-- iMtw.MW WA or ars or wue r Whie People Take Front p Lm h . OUR PRESCRIPTION DEPARIE 8PEAK8 FOR
.-.Se, to requiremid*lv sad nan!ie.se t e oni
SU'f-SNSn Md others to keep white and colored^ PC Colored People Take Rear See wi w dis& ".
ru d HL ml uletoift,,s use leoo The order of the Coonductors-,
prvatom. doe pe iesn 7, h f a miatthlesat fto .be eopd.!
e. .- id < M lxyex sof sid company -. il pa- im"tbe Tobey". T .e o pl. O NO W AVI ITIN A0U TH"s-T.
H-AVE BEM * AS TWO S e andt A Crtmi fo t ta fA.r CrOinal f0 ie.oDOst
h HAVE BEENoviolaoe of thies Act. iolatio.nu th sAct. O, AEce.A
EXTRA SGAMm" uY N WECTORS Be It es ted e by the le0slature 6f . -._t" ....... Ap, v i
N1 the Stae oa Florida:r 109o Rules. 1 121 South Palafox Street
FIC TOtAY. aes, person associate of t pqer-* Rules have been provided, for con TE
f an ps,, assoco atiftportitos assist them in putting the S Lu get It at IYAlembeIte's, ltWEA A BT TDST
MIdM.DIMwmaBPnggfi<41hehskare stet aiIs"1kthis tsti4 1 1Each white person must occupy CREAM OF WHEAT, SHRDED WHEAT
Sfu r T been cem by Oity oseer fraish parate accouailgm-tr t the vacant seat nearest the font ed. FORE, QUAKER OATS,
BisTs to te te 4^ t.alch hik *y oilte and colored passenger .- Each colored person must occupy SCOTCH OATS, RALSTON BREAKFAST POOD,
...t..L---.... the ba2e .awt every street L.- p vacant seat neftest the rear end. CRACKED PEARL WHEAT
a-uthoree 1W A4 efte'miall a seal. pany or person operating a street car 3. No colored person shall occupy
tary La.pee..t, wem ep eeal Session line in this state shall male provwl tbe front platform of an open car. and
St__ Beas -MeC aeea eUM l.. rulesN d rqtatios nop the nJ.b.ite person shall occupy the rear .
ti'11 hw ind ShO (0 u Is "- -- om -, , w- --parat-on o" white pa s sm WnS -aan of a opet,..ar. K.. lm- fDUl It ^ cSnT-uTh
do to Bedt t yo to mor ,=M mw- by "" -n."- wm,.. o ,rL, .at a seat taken by a W-hite per-. .
el to ..1 t o searation o.. w.i.e.. ..... ..... ....oan oe ,_ite phe Stor..t hod The Store that Fe
ryjthey fr d t ge teaf W t- t_ fed di.sions, or Movable mcre4 O Is when taken, the nearest vacant Sr ll11 thewh Phecs i78 and 480 d.e People.
it .... o c ol te-mse to sthe white end but ceases to be
Ctte o-Oty r o because .eats nearer su e end arUoUoreitso because seats nearer such end are
U012 01ya appaiatatE- a a- f t letet to ftesal bysu eh company or-eram to Tacated, the person occupying such
-employ the two att wddital inspector4 ake such prosion, rules and regpa. se6t shall not be required to more
ofduring the asofil* Augst and tions shall be a mlsde1afher ng anekrer the end unless such seat shall
September, bwbg Seat t work to upen conviction thereof it r he shaD fhe needed by colored persons because AlA ATIILIEY OFFICERS WHO
Asi se w sm adi Comi-* be dne e w6.s mh ta ttwo extra men be punished by a SBe not tp exeet aw.eats have been fil, r~, the col-
wuld be aWfe fty ($50.00) dollars for l mee ofemae. ord end. In such cases the white HAVE BEEN AT LOCAL POT
tiS Ism e 5% Catas H yew um teed the Each. day s of uch. alursr s ostupant shall be required s end. t m VYEARS ARE TO BE 1 1 ri I l1rll
Above two a -iea, al up he is to after July lot s.a Ie v acant seat nearest Me white e. 15 R T 0P L I Fr
Cronforts ViMyi Or BtuI s leave the ~ t ST a sbet while called a separate offense. Th samt rul, Sal apply to the o ORDERED NORTH IN A SHORT
a ot the Bard to confirm Sec. 3. That when any atteet car at capation or vaostion of seats by col-
them. wTiy Wll be swrn lato office divided Into divisloms, the d4tisions ored. TIMEL IN PATENT KID AND COLT,
S today dbegi tat ee.a or provide for white White persons may In orde to RENCH KD, HAVY LES, HA TUR WITH
colored Passi-n.. . rfpectiftly. mu sit with friends occupysesother FRENN CI R
In THHE FOURTH OF JULYb us .e--..-vmr-r W"th.n _'. very few months there will RN N H
LadiC' Ta n a fDr toe. PICNIC BY THE 000 FULLOWI. by' white and colored passengers on needed for colored persons filling up be a big change in the oefieers at the FOR
onst s Iwthe line on which the car is used, progressively from the colored end, it local forts, and out of the large num
A lott a ti e Oda Phllowe 6ec. 4. That conductors or other. uft be vacated by such white person ber of these now; stationed there, it
fM -- sm es at the.-elteIwMet night employes in charge of autehWaft 1BAlt t the vacant seat nearest the white
*'i the L 0. l JL tWhm further -assig passengers to their ..pectve, end taken. The se, e rule shall apply is eKpeted that al will be transferred
1 l-aath of Julycar or Vtelobprovided yd p to the ocupaton '1aud Yacation of to other posts with the possible ex- DOT BUY UNTIL YOU SEE THEM.
Sme at P it were made. panles under the provision tis ct, seats .by colored' ception of three,
W- lo 5an 4 undeortsin ? *e 4;- b ot White a8d colored persons shall aers now on duty at the
deh the liesgt ^Tjans" Upeby ivsterW*W V001W n be allowed to occupy the S94 saomeh Tav served there
just to Wind uI &t l=am&m t e i d an e-wwrs to carry the pileias beaalon B open pe at the have served t hereI
]l Lthisa w act ateo eRect. -oI- s .0 anefle toe same rule for *ree years, and it is the intention THE B
T. arrai* B-Sea. That al uabss- w i be that whdn aOrf #0 4eQiPt < shend them to PS
for the to 8 faeoms mant- ether than that to whichbehabas beg' whites and coloredL "Iall sit oa the hob.W at, t th. post, and there
& the tro ate nm resort at. saslned. shall be gulty E4 aids. a et ebut ,1, Lth Individuals of 11h5re 'those who have ret
tr aecl is a veis memnor anid be punished et-e m race ustbe tH in the end been mman of the various corn- nditii.lessi IInttm iningW>* ttI
Itim 'xceo' <25.0. or by B&B*apt .8nt n6a to such race e psO Of artillery and who have many $ -
Q= Tab a L@* by .. not to exceed thirty no dircutoistaaes ust Sre!rIthe C1te arttobeo sent else-
I pu and all other employes colore person Intihuixed withlexAfA-
Sca wheforty.tI expected that:ie ei Refrigerator
about the u who' refuses to occupy s w \ep cars or in the asles closed nio of yeais will replace them.
kew of t (Agit than tb* betting, visiton to which he may be An ed. ars mst tand adfaourt to white per- Cfaown r1 assume command
M en0r Saoes be tb Wamt ag he guiloity aasdeweor puse cWsed cars If there Is tad rooaa t e and
aJA1W le t ^m -ab*P uletyi a $ t not exceed n lae adjacent to seats occupied by 9 keepe always have "good
*Are you AT-TW0= Md-* dollars or apriasownent for ,"ot e<. ertons of his race. -alm whether Blue Ribbon Lems
Saqtate theeU, gtt i fro meeading thirty days or both in the d4- I_. Colored persons attending white on at Vapilla t ats. Ak your gro. H R|| ml
b prbtlrg s Aaid -, reoon of the court. -ildMren or white slek persons ay cr r Ble Ribbon Lemon and Va
Fed m ahB fir MaL w L is saf Sec.4H A. That the pr-ofWk tlW it with such white persons. all Takeless. labors perfecUy.
-... ... S'.th. y.g. wh.edBns ....P.. to s.eeats.. a... S LC. I W LL w w Ml
8ec tM That n, gamml.s et-Stn all Instances must be to Iro* WIL 108410 S, Palter St. Phone 148. Pensacola Fla.
______________* shall be coinptrued tl c separate and to do so with pqjflat -tes fritt aossible wthe c U I 4 ____________________________r_
-ad **n w ms*""~a cars? arue operated tO him. If'ejectment be neceg- John Mamoy. Jackon. Brandon. T. I& Adai
F T this y -1 rely. Sact th conductOr muy c6e It Armly Qut4W te lsmas ae requested to note E Al - i m
by .pvyerp w sh the s Conductors who -, be :t Isnot later than Cor. ALL WORK SUARANTESO.
S..At C- a eighse No job to bif or smano r r us. We do work la sar pat of 1
IhnetM1 J-I it yeeg FUNERAL YESTERDAY 'W. L. DeLAY ARRESTED NEWt PRUIT STAND AT city and also efUl the rity.
*-** th _t .dg .salkled by OF JOBPH MAYNS. ON SERIOUS CHARGE. COR. ALVAVIZ AND DeSOTO .
of wil 1a g deSI I The reina.s ofTJoseph Hae, Wt shDeL ot t shetorfc the Paper aeof Alcanan De ibss
w <,. died a few days since at his hose (I Haugers and Decoratora' Union, was Degato twets And lIas opened a fruit Bath House
amuses"'^Milm'1*-. g lssto th Andaluala, reached the city yestrdit placed under arrest yesterday morn- stand. thrie. Mr. Apostle intends to, Beer needs no werds 41 tNeUem da. PRANK SIGAtl, Pmp
(Cleb raxtu -w ef had ed7 5 pupel*a- morning. acco an.Bied by k--agblif ing, the charge agalnet him being em- a5 the trade in that portion o' thee don sad prailIne be rtolti pghPe. A Now open. Just -e stock ftn
"papebl oftrat- mfrninds, and besiemient. He was arrested by the dtywtth the belt that can br' supplied i beverage M ibaW bhy (aett gainv line. Separate side 0tr ladie a
aIS brllleii of> or ends, sad escorted to the olicebut in. the. rerde.r'a coirt Ovq In te thet ae aW n as Dearly everyca s rm es tlke b u h WpbeowoptI Ismes. b Ony dUy ma.alpmte
I n of Mrs. I. McLella at y morning wis turned over to the i"an t lli aay eeeryoner conse take it because the ow Is publiern. p alis g
Wag 1allfA The funeral services ty authorities for triaL .He we q u O" that he will do so.a R
a i lWetU edatthe eM cebyRe?* 4 or dfhis appearase before Ju COR L M
~ hNo better a the wr. glt St. Kathirns e's chprob.,e rum for a preliminary heart. E
__^u 06 b the remains were taken to it Is alleged that DeLay teSed the U V
Nw s ita n cemetery where lWa as of the union for personal pr a seiae 7-lhat4 ia g
Ulm Tade. :8 and that the-ns outastrn ik* pure air and antt*tive i Is ba-.
IN The deceased hs. beeS 1rrid IB' wre unable to receive their beade TWM 'WIn.I* Leas Seepleenes ericial to health, Deti bemr The o
a few months, and the d&nb la g rom himn as voted by the eaie. Ler Thisl L l the nobrstjqsrW 1C tli
140S.Pald Pi. 999 = "r re r fretted. He badmua"de i s 04 c e ;101OU6, men, WOte aja r ae
U WI ecity. and the loral tribute we= -* -l &atMhwit1 aJIM.& 1,56ka oo f waltigr Ib1 i,
I*M- be i a am"and betut]s. A naturanlt ieswritten to pme,,t4 aAra anich ione.g OMth**t5ne S t
___ am__....a__singers are n lt mste, but whk*tism; Rsu a r b UU
is to say tAnt Ike see nin piO pW of kidney II~s.
ghe to dibetea.
theEAtXCUsRI NS .t ettils** mby Penssaeopass
s ea w0e-W110eale9 s t1epaL. savingy
havbee. w s a i eaTt, hen I Weoi.*b is tabg
mas ow assbe e te as vrsboo"toad Iattca
-0 is Nand I attibute Yea
w a.exc u rsi a w hoWo m Sa u -0 to N o u
as tocursic=s which
ftft. a t ean hwAkdVAeae re ub
City av 10a. m. $gg Stl W have baaithst- i to get no re-
Station 12 m. fr 1P1agiMggth gg ndeetamhC a evPINl.
I-tomn1ce0a 40a.a fto haan ertya dull and m1-.
Station 4 p. r teesew A
"r (iStatk W0#.l
'Statloue6 P. s.R 'm 'ni
_C__an at*at_ ke gtjasfglmg-
Momn fet r otaw Cat germit 04r
ME FoMg m~imt
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l- I '*'
t. BOYS: "We wil prop the ladders together. stick on the bat, hang on the
shawl and then for Gran'pa."
amp ba YWArd
- wU3~ ihk no trtr
Som w da m ad o-w
3. 4 -.
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T" H F*" .As ; oms er --
TUEMC e*eAmz'e, RCTT-, nrfAn bl *. curlil ?,,.. m ,e.- *- 7,
TH 'IM z 0bry A M M F*4 *loalM H IM*
TO REAT ANE ATE -naG;
TOai AN Machines.,b& lk_-4jj Zoski anoVVcbntaV" o11dach a el a ith Ha 00exel
IIe Jersey cow. nipty 44in IL i l w Wro well to -- I excelent e.hborhood.
teet do a to buy real tate now, .. ,0ory
-- -- .. % ;Av-e "'- 7 nr ib l
t.- by bu tag reul estate. It e am -r ..-eae o -t eto why omt Wos er i1--- o m. di g G.goryo -
twe y. We ve s t salene" s cases. Lghtlaa LEO YOUR MONY je Yard at Bay- su1 .. room -ea good .b.h.d, near B
r t tat are Payl got ft t 4Klein, 1 I. Wril. Phone 11st. On real estate secujrt._ cahd la tWhar. 3Ju el quare.
3M -. r 0 A- -. .-- O a&B-l lorida sut to 0a We thopogy win ANO TU*N. ven et to Bast Hh; car ne.
C GK 1 MrandEBrr Proot A tetitlesbefrenial ,I to do tuning and re- 10.OO-four cottage. tn nast regory street;:ood rests
CfroUmNI G ~ r S VilaOad I' Ea A ...-8.. Fl o if. lte l Agi a ut cha e to ans W etNhof a m p le mat .,..
Vaa tn, --aslo lo itse1 o faUction. 1 1700.00-Coior d fi
stl g T i01nn
VaUM M ee ten by A pl ae le *? 1 uI ve the ad a .oanei W ean di p erience in th e convenient to Blectric I mae.
"tote LuW e a. .eA tom0 of anat ou r PM T.-. Let '. dbtt. 244 E. Greg- 12oo.CO-8tor an m
UTOAY .alae w h me for pricesgourMoney work for l. uneylm tw.o scres of lan, n telt' T si
...terms ben b Jt elsewhere. Sa- .RENT. PM It t s make the trip
t Morem pcla P. Collected an d aneitted pr optly. Close Soud .toefyather, sue ree
-- __ A " t a given to th.is l e pot 4a dedsr-ble rates on the
l T n SAx--On account 0i iMlae Idst your property with us for gale. at |a Prits. We make
Ci toy, one la. steelrabob&%!s t, 3easg Baylen street
'tow.as saw. Alma two ice ba ..A whqFt every Thursday morning at 6 Tg
Ply4 82 w.Gadsden Street.wo WWo*cl k. Inquire on board Wednes.
A.LaMTe K L ** day Capt. --. N. RogrL 1junelm* LEADING RAL TAT R A AND INURANC AN
W,. N O. -. -I E C l &- m -...*D-2 c uHt r.Iu I Inc.a.,Vhio
S. L -.&L . n 1 -arner wicklEof cat !/ S. Palafx. .Fiher bul ag 0 A SENDS THE HATTER.
.L N Np L HLe U. V'i L stove and ove nearly o ,4. 4 ntt --4d pre ed
O ." ; 1 4 ;. 1oi 1a9t ... "4 ; e -7hate s goo 1W w. W. Roma
.. .AA--. cook .w. creamery Butter pe Po -I--ood co I OLYFURNISHD rooms oir et, TE.-- -m
Sroom et, tw odI b ad tw good Creamery ButterDaily with privilege ght oT
w tMrg)..-T e g ang lady. ^jWA.NTM Api table. WI7 late-fe*- XAsn 5eCold le ft al theAC OOP-- Melnsat all hChlpley to a. Block and half fom PalatoxD 21M Ap RAILWAY OLl
ST 7, ,Maplels lad PnC Goh y T ipe Government St.. Tras le av o
l.fa.torI C s t o ods. e. ..8 to, r24a ;Newly furnished rooms or ight Baoo i i.
t.1iiltlBLA M4 Seevass I g ot . tTAT, loekeepig. Cheap. go10 B Ro Nay Yarg a oe
N% ,- _f--rgrlof s"., : r., _,i.-on".Ae. to-glD.In?,M..ros 20 28junalrwehopsekeeping. l n. 1m Ba r
. S fd 8t. b .o S tAacco ioat osn G '
,pliytng to *e Matron. Of the Ualvstl lyIa
A-rn' Resde So 9L Mad ma course in. theu ps 2M A Ua
Rs0e Home. a t Corre,--ndetce oeoT K 'a tt dA G- I& l. Diamaod, 1 Bayou at Suanybank fruit and poultry s-5par F Barrancs
LW ",E w mtow 'atc'I tt.- o e So, J' g Iw SAIZ-Ladyes lId. -ddle. Ad- u .. .thea .. .r ,rm. Finest atn sh ad :10
f to" efmto4 "ht J_ & on, City no -. ..12 ast Gadsde n4 v ..bort l 4sailing.'Take mllth. Ad
. ... .....P o i, -hre.s 1101 Easy _ad&dAs st., or. %- 3se o drsm s t r Tnf, leave Fort rarMssAn
1iUANT eD.-1P t Ga5 O LFlRAI --By located tlo oe 285. 31u ew V e min t t.. Pe 2a.5 l de Miss Anna5a nla. Tl
pfriencetm Atl -. Qthinasek KM & Ml anNew Cityaiwaoverul lots overbook.- 1ee s P at-
f.rence. A4_ s ,." *this e~e. K? e_ _tr. painters l.g the ity eBlofk t.e New Cty; caie PO fAIL-A imall sailboat. A N DOLLAR AN lera..to :pa ar Pesaco.la
uue2 m-C leaVOarmsshns other lots In ahro d ar te t ty YrVr stauach sad sate boat itn ay weath. 1R AD FlPTY The Capt. Baker oelae a ary, 11: ar Peaeola
S. L1111 Pttt a ape- cheap. Phooe 47&. J. C. -e wr. Addrel s P. Joura-l Om r e l al.t delightfully located on bay shore, at 2:00pm ar Peasacola
TB. Mecaaa p Terer a. h .e ... 1 7my. C lesl. 26 e m & M-e t S s* arrs I.l"er e, newly pa ntea"d pame 5n:15pm ar P.aeoa l
Wr AN T Ul e f or.-Ti m r. ..le p. . ..y.. ...ND O R...... ...S eS l loa e I f t a
S-to erghoa Appl y to Tha" Peule Bo cathinOong bahore; boanldA *tW and so a util1:aoap.ha
W ATD.i-A n"t -Be" myg Ters 7 ahing. In5p uire ae Ms C. a. r xe ption of the mrst car leaei
1S^^SWab er0 ws aus SaLB.-o pr S Canl a 4, 7l14 a e 11ae IS he. TO2 JB ermlnat hrvale. 7W0lm. s o1s a10.6V wh
cna b t-ogs. T. F. Wot*I 1 is. r t
SToMyawMtnforbusitnessorfamlyms.R- Twobicktoresonort no oa'.a b o.l
shrea A gA S, City phone 197. Westrical -4e Glae o Big BacoZ, sad famealaft
rik. price Adm r w la Pensaco la Uo veryStableJeTtlef or meratile purposes fLOA A N TWO OR THROMAND B4O lgtfbie for Pensa eaat0
J W. Jeter & Son hae ope W, 12 and 14 I ltela.A Wepht .ock ttating o BaPr.epl y . tctnhr o at from.uont l 0:a0es. i.
Wn everDt. g a the way o gan No. d i AL- a to a ir 7 a adfishing.i o s t o n e. x. Blard, pta a e wl a Je Wa r chedale ad wfil work la a
ment s. eBry- F 1 r , e E itu wted p8A alAs ITo- h 5T UT OH r a, t fo.. Hhrle11 li Ga 6 Adas. a gr at a. i., whcton with it.h
S' m IpeNaseola, dt a bie r 2 w. .w alkf mu M as o n"-
tk" W line JoIeor&otN D1
w al. h b ess-In w eS s at te ether .a---'- wescey---e r v A i
dAi.. t Ell L"B A d es you -e.nOLA -Or,- ArAL
shAres Ameri tric weNational oalk t e O w i-s w r ight g17 W. oGard en. Phonea Cae te i arrabelle and dp lm feha
aiock. Saepi. AAddresAs L. 3..Gm5?pt"4K bm 8tAIcity phase 1"7. Dedtrical 'a 16
6crIn ~e price. AddressJ.-want to m 43Qa 7ae Beah will panaitrareTvaO
yars ood b ad i a 1lane room with show J g. Ham 411 CtraiUe street train fro Pdcol rndwi
4 MORAe A 0. rJ eWAr W I l ete hIMtl e plce. It m% aHore to- sale and au o"0 soeax. SJhhne. 1julywr u to 5 n aa ah fthe
11N1 In iD--f- oe to now to .bli Ap ,rm -w 11li* sn orrs dA 8ooets ton seak. PIi st ove ho t MA o Mr .. g n
rs stand at the dePot a84 uo1at a o aalae iSth and 14th streets. A a Oe o A 2"46001
WAFrloc A. V. -u aL -ON01 W I* ad kr )i he at pea PApy TINS. ub* W rI IRu-s The sta trin w ru
will soe nte ladies t Neatbe-el l00o caliy. Aply toIU. to J r. & M&llar OL-, y .sa o5.op00 sn LOpeT.-Small b ei s reward seb fill eeohis"
tM t eded t the r a". Cn .014 e -. b llarad y fo rtr to w 4 .ft
Peop envert gb L i the t way of re h *No. 4 *ptouts. _i W A-4Par atft a**TVlXI a N .. T shl ara a w n Th un W_ cr c ues win
three or kur=amat I4.om
t'E ares good
t.--Map TI, mmomU
[Lone 384L AGM &
- ft pMass"me a
fwki ~,uS r
&ns1e mOrm at l f
W staf -s no
btw Lh~ a~
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S.f r . .
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Sa Pbo wb
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tl evey paitlaior. bath
laitde ad out. The mo
-es are well protected
the eattre trauk hies
th oualy braced, thus
enabling It to withstam
the rough nmage to Wdhic
trunks are subjected .
$5 to $16.
Bags and Telecope from
W1.S TO 1SS.0
Oufitter to Menand Boy
2052o7 S PalafoM
has no equaL
Leader in 1aupoted Viaes
Ma. 81 SOUTH PALAPOX ST.
SM SACOLA. FLA.
Stm ~~OL-- ~ -
The rrantafor the ctse A. .1 A
Fourth 41 Jaly eklc at Bay View
Park are ow pactically complete. '-
Chafers's Band I" bees engaged for Ta, giti '
the oceasion and will render mu.sc |l U IlPI-yP
from noon until 8 o'clock p. m. me
At nooa the nedonias salute of 46
gus will be fred by a detachment
from fort Iatraroas, a modern artil- Manir
Jery gun haiag been wuared for that .......
purpose. a .a
The new S1ag will be raised prompt- | V
ly at 1 o'clock, sad as it is unfurled,
a flag salute of 21 gusa will be Bred.
Mayor Bliss will presde and be mas- J A r .,C
ter of ceremo&ths. He will Introduce
the speakers, who will begin their ad- .
dresses immediately after the flag ,,
raising. The following well known gen-l St-
tdemen have bees invited to address. '... ..g' r.
the assemblase. Savannah, Ga., Ju,,le a l
Hon. Campbell Avery, Jr., Hon. W. stores market oue_ y a" as i"
B. Sheppard, Hon. J. Emmet Wolfe, lows: -
and Hon. SotU M. Loftln. The ad- WW ................. ........4 4K
dresses are. limited to ten minutes WG .................. ........ 4 IV
each and there will be music after each N i *................ ........ 4
of them. M ........................... 3 *9
The event is to be an old-fashioned K ......,... ..... ..,..
basket pienie and the people are ex- I ".......'.....'....,..
pected to go early, take their ham- H ................... ....
mocks and swings and batting suits, G .................. ..... i4
and enjoy the shade the water,- the F ...!............ .... J
music, the speeches, and the various, .............. ,.. *
sports all day long. Some additionaliD .................. ,.,. |
contests And sports have been 'ovid- C ..................
ed especially fOr the children and the iBprits Turpeatiae *I" 5f
full program will be announced In to-
morrow's paper. The bath house New York Cotts. I rkt.
dressing romais of the East Htill Boat. New York, June ,.s e "SO
ing and Bafting Club will be thrown, market opened rm 'at Ja
open to the use of the public, so that! 12015 points in to
all who desire may bathe in the clear cables and strong sp
pure waters of the bayou. There was active real q the i -
A number of backs and wagons will vance and fluctuattlos d ng the ehr-
meet tie street carsat Twelfth avenue ly session were vey irregular, Jqly
and a fare of 5 cents will be made notices were out for b ut 12,000 bases
from the car line to the park.' I were well taken carq oft ad that oel.-
At night, a fine .fire works display tion ruling relatlvelyvlrwlh. tend-
will be given. The are works will be during the middle of tha' g wM
sent up on the opposite side of the about 110188 pointsam i >.
bayou so that all can get an excellent
view of them from the park. New York Cote utere.
The stores are all expected to close New York. June 34-- otton fitail
in the afternoon and probably the most opened strong. July*. 9f Aurgust
of them will be closed all day, so that 9.45; September 9.5 Oct.ber ;
practically everyone will have an op- November 9.65@48; -December 9.7,;
portunity to celebrate the glorious January 9.72; February 9 7; -Marcf
Fourth. 9.77; May 9.78.
Hon. T. A. Jennings and Mr. R. M.
Avery have been added to the commit- New Orlea si low OutuM .
tee on reception ad introduction, and New Orleans, ; 112 .rkt
the former will act as chairman of staedy. June no i ~
that committee. August 9.58 0;:!'* 1,8b r bE;
Tomorrow The Journal will contain October 9.56057; W eber sAft #;
a complete program of the great cele-' December ;L61 askff; anuaty' 1.64
bration, which is free in every re- bid.
Good for Stomach Tf-M an'd COP
Buy it Now. tipatlIon..
Now is the time to buy Chamber- "Chamberlaln's Stomach And l. vei
lain's Colic, bCholera and Diarrhoea Tablets- have done me a great deal' ot
Remedy. It is certain to be needed good, says C. Towns, o! Rat Portage,
sooner or later and when that time Ontario, Canada. "Betng a imni phy-
comes you will need it badly-you will! sic the after effects are not iapleasant
need it quickly. Buy it row. It may and I can recommend them $o all who'
Save life. For sale by all druggists, suffer from stomach disorder." For
sale by all druggists.
bite Ro ck ON THE DOCK
e wa g THE AMPHITRITE 18 NOW UNDER-
TeLedg ~GOING REPAIRS AT THE NAVY
YARD, AND WILL. REMAIN FOR
a"l9 al ABOUT TWO MONTHS.
~vapy needs a comparl-. The big double-turreted monitor Am-!
Swith other waters and phitrite. which recently arrived here
on with other waters an from Guantanamo, has ueen taken in
you'll readily understand the Spanish steel dry dock at the Pen-1
the wonderful strides it sacola navy yard, and workmen are i
has made n being now engaged in placing the veasel in
Condition. At present they are en-
% gaged in scraping and painting the
Shull, but this is only a minor portion
of the work which is to be done before
-i95t I the monitor is again ready for sea ser-
vice. The hull of the vessel is in bad
condition, as she has been on duty tor
11 iii Ai a *something over a year without dock-
1- Ma. Ing, and is -theretfowe very fouL
SThe work to be dome upon the ves-
sel will probably require her to remain
At the laal yard for at least two
Insist upon it! Have no- months, as in addition to what is now
other. Blends admirably being done all of the machinery Is to
with wines and all I~uors. be overhauled and repaired.
SWhen you wat a pleasant laxative
that is easy to take aal certain to act,
ILh 'euse Chamberlain's Stoach mad Lver
tablets. For sale by all druggists.
J. GEO. WHiTE. JR, PURCHASES
SOLOIX1t9 AWFEE SALOON.
Try it with your "at O
drink. J. Go. White, Jr, -ormer cahef of
the ire eparttent, has pure heas the
coffee sioalo and ctfe of B. M. Solo-.
ad and took chaee of the place tyes-.
terday. It M*Xr. VW 's atetiaon to
reOvater l ast epipel t-e
w _sa _place amd a sau bM t of ew iet-
er ftir1 tures. Mr. OUm s It gs Mtoit
owll enge luaaoUM --wle s is'tha
near utuem. In wt re Ia ePea-
LET US Fuemmsk
kING tip ;.
bials' nSa eu
PHONE N&. tiwo
:"errr Zarragoina .n*X*=IWSS Wa
CREAM OELIVERU, .EIf#ANY-
wonder we i
of t.-d m
plies to oar
~Zf'A~, -~ .* -
bin a Iuw~' death gate~ ~ev
F them amy ~p
* ~~IS~bb 4~ (4w you S. ESatb'
- *.~,."-> -
MMACUV AND N0t
maw____ atboe1 a
JAS PFRla to f. J. 8ht J1
'ha1iwedo .' to,
Goodw6od r s g, Boog. 28M B
a >re to W 8. Keyer Oe.
-lachuor, Br as, Chrtl, '?so8, i
eu3f -to Gulf Tm.s: Co C .
Kydoulaa ow u Wa .M
Romola, Br as, Presset, OnH, uE
to MaSter. .
l-oaita, Ital as, saIack iN, m. GI
to Gal TrTait o
M o L"mb.aer C.
loitla.nds. Br as, Thomia, s ft
atal bk Due Clagual. O iVl. 1*
from tGea, tRo sbeO B'rm.
IUaooMt*, Ital h, Geb rian, N 7, .It
do France to Roesco Bree.
. Lgano, Br sa, Kanlgat, 2m7, trPs
Oceaun, Port bk. Molledo, 1123, NqW
Oreas toL H. dBas & Cb.
Ifias Ital N6 Qarr, kto. t
DMe A. Lee. A schoon, 41. T.
Harry W.Lewis.eBr ch, 279, Mate-
see to 3. A. Merritt Tok
Julia A. May, Houdurian sch. S8att,
14, Ruatan to Maoter.
lasbel. Am sch, Reynolds, 1225, Bal-
timore to master.
Magnolia, Am sch, Houseman, P*s-
cagoula to order.
Margaret B., Am ~ch 8, iHadueo. To
Agottine Terrissiano, Ital ship, u
nera 1170, Liverpool to master.
nvelymion, Rum ship, AyliUnr. 1882. St.
Navaire to master.
Children -"ot Expected to Live freot
One Hour to Another, but Cured by
Chamberlain's Colic, Chelers and
Diarrhoea Remedy .
Ruth, the little daughter of E. N.
Dewey, of Agnewvllle, Va., was sqrl-
ously ill of cholera iafantum last sa-
mer. "We gave her, up and did t+
expect her to Ive. .(rom one hour ",0
another," he says., "I happened to
think ot ChamberlhWi'a Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy and got a blt-
tie of it from thf stlpre. In five ho".
I saw a change1 for the better. We
kept on giving it asd before she had
taken the half of ono small bottle she
was wall." This ;remedy is 1tr sale
by all druggists. ,
TO ICE CONSUMERS.
The Ice Company wishes to inform
the public that they.#Ye futnished the
drivers with scales so that anyone so
desiring may see their ice weighed at
the cart. In case of any discourtesy
or refusal by driver to weigh ice kid-
ly notify the manager at odce at tele-
CONSUMERS ICE & FUEL CO-...
Eugene Sewell has on hand some ]t
the flthet water melons ever received
In Pensacola. These melons w ]re
grown in Jackson county and are all
fresh and luscious. Telephone your
orders to 614. and Mr. Sewell will e
them prompt attention.
Good ~offee is as ws
Whpayou yuy ours,
yowe Swe it i sa.
ci( R *dq~4
There will Obe ineig of ti
Structural Trade Alliance at Central aa a '' -
Trade Hall, Friday night at 7:20 '- W. .W W
o'clock. All delegates are reqpeste4d Pha SO. "JA M
L. REDITBACK, E'aslness Agt/ Mi", U74o. *
SPECIAL RAILROAD RATES.
Round trip Colonist rates to Texs,
Ik -Oklahoma., Louisiana and Indian Tb,
SF ritory, each first and third Tuesday,
Round trip Convention rates to
Colorado June 29ta to July 3rd
-R Bound trip Convention rates va
N* 'rTious dates from May 23rd until
*'. $th, with flaa return limit 90 Sd
A California and Lewis & Clark4
Solt.oo. mPortland. Oregon.
SThroungh Pullma tourist can 9.
m.. p*e f a ateg.three 41s a wek roWi -
t t.e 4, D. C, to S- Frandso
"e via Atlanta, Moatgmasery,
Atrie an ew Orleans, and two
- + er Iweek trom St. Louis, via
S Alton and tUnion Pacifc, via
ass City and Deaver.
S- chaeertlly- give.
SJ.. VAN RNSBLABld
QmL Agrn A 1P 13 Pbtrae 8L.t. At'A --I
.... ~-0. .6 O. 0BAN, T. P. A, G .
.. 1' L. I P1. A.
-..- *SLY T1 "
_41 \^i-f Q- Ot **~B
i^H-S ~ ~ ~ v 0^^*'1 kk T"
maw at ftf
tw a~ BaW.WlLm@
Ploom att aklwausg1
Thwesewo.be a h
--OIL IL .WW.
4 Vaeaft ft M .6
la ta&-& a c
- iii,14WITH RIIInnuGWAM-vaN
'~ at thde irtil
SM4,qLO0. 4k P.
Pmbm bit gr4ow ~St 70
at as am wee iUaQ
IL nua wU~fSN It.
~Ima, hg 5
6- -1 L 0. 0. P
Na 4 saw
pNa 46 L 0, 0 F.
Gis 34o w46 WOO"""I
'ad-s PYTlmdsftat I9p
eot at 7 le F
* -a ~ -
RoMan Candles and Sky
Boebteets. ODelebrate the
"Gloriouso Mrth." Decor
ate the home and your
PtAG, 14. 15 and
M CWNTO A DOErN.
Also 50 au4 75 cents and
$1.50 a dosen.
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C.' IL JOKE
Fm 01usd KasbL
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S eor O
The Gas Range Is a uIg
hospitals use t, not -de t
ready 'or ueergenciels pt.B
prepare such delicate .
S put in you kitchen
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