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The daily news
Uniform Title:
Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Pensacola Fla
The News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
June 11, 1900
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular


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Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
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Pensacola is the seat of government for the westernmost city in the westernmost (Escambia) county of Florida. Since the colonial period, Pensacola has been an important naval port and economic center. By 1889, it was one of Florida’s four largest cities, with a population exceeding ten thousand. The Pensacola Daily News began publication in 1889. The editors pledged to "be Democratic, conservative but yet sufficiently aggressive to give weight to [the Daily News’] remarks." By March 1897, the Daily News had increased its circulation to 1,500. The Pensacola Journal, begun as a weekly, remained its main competitor. Among the bigger stories the Daily News covered was the 1891 dedication of the Confederate Monument in Lee Square and the outbreak of the Spanish-American War in 1898. Pensacola’s Gulf Coast port, like others in Florida, hosted forces bound for Cuba, among them Theodore Roosevelt. In the years that followed, Pensacola continued to expand. 1908 saw the completion of a new Spanish Renaissance City Hall. Around this time, the Daily News was followed by the Pensacola Evening News. The exact year of the transition is uncertain as the Pensacola Evening News continued the numbering of its predecessor. The earliest verified edition of the Pensacola Evening News dates from April 6, 1908. In 1910, when its population reached 23,000, Pensacola erected its first skyscraper--the ten-story American National Bank building, constructed the San Carlos Hotel, and raised a wooden bridge across Bayou Texar. By 1912, Pensacola had twenty-one miles of paved streets. The first modern hospital opened in 1915, and by 1924 the city’s fire department was entirely motorized. In that same year, the Pensacola Evening News merged its operations with the Pensacola Journal then under the leadership of John H. Perry. For the next six decades, the two papers continued to report the city’s news, the Journal in the morning and the News in the evening.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1889.
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Description based on: Mar. 5, 1889.
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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PENSACOLA has a Depth of 33 Feet of Water in the Channel at the Entrance of the Harbor.

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Refuiu to Ot ev Ortlers and AetUItj- the Boers Causes Grave

SITUATION SERIOUSC' Sr. Louis Arc, .:Utlc Locked'J.-Mure l'|>. can are In ENGLAND ALARMED LONDON, June Apprehension.9.-London is somewhat ROYAL? : N .i1.1.1.

rjmrattoii over the lines of the St. Loms I di,usted at the highly disapreble ; J" ..,...
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shown the Boers Orange H
TransIt comjuny than at any time since activity by in

'Itlons Require Adoptionif tl.e strike hctnn bit the service is far Believes Russia Instigated River colony in cutting Lord Roberts ABSCLUTEIY fcuRE j. .i:' ..

Drastic Measures.BAfKED from complete. The juis'-e of special telegraphic communication north -j;'
Boxer Movement. :
deputies is continually being augmented i cf Kroonstadt. yet there is BO indication Makes the food more delicious and wholesome :j : ;' t
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l'y uilJ.tioiul members a; fast as they I cam strung body .IOrrt MKIM Pow c+CO. _rw TOW. t \t
SHE DEPENDS ON AMERICA :,O'JO Boers that has arsivcd at Roodeval -
eau lie swiiru in and armed. A numberof ; unions it is the force mentioned in 81 .l.

the a have IKU discharged for recent Boor dispatch as having emoted .'
uiiliiiimlliMi of pea 'alllJrlt.1 hand s tn ,nft'.. were a little child : '
\r Imperial refusing to ride ou street ears and for If .Negotiationsita Uua la from btnderton with this object in FUTURE OF SOUTH I that haul l e-inndoil thai it teas time 'J V l

I ill "' In ItiiM-r \1 u,I'IU..ut. fusing to obey orders. Seven deputiesMonmg Isli r.oM'riimiMit Expects Assistance I i new.. to KO t, bed ar.d led her out of the v'' : ,

!' ... .rnrrdl Drnnii'ii For K II!. b) a company at a North | Apparently the authorities on the spot room It was a sight; that might well !11 J: #}
From I'nltwt tell-Gra\.ltr of the regard the situation at least as te-npora "
Cniudttay poweihontc have rofust-d to AFRICAN COLONIESBritons Lave brought itais ,:; y.
.: .lor.. nil serious rein ,
Situation KealUcd.LO.NDOV. ) M they are not only These J
oliey the onion: of their commanding Fully and ether cnecdotos bear out ,' ,

I i cue !I.-la view of the fllii-r. They wen locked up at tho I.i forcing. tho garrison at Kroonstadt but ( fully! the previous accounts of the in- :. :
June 9.-The Chines situation a <> tending up troops from the lire olI II
t Four courtto nwjit the action of the tease affection exi':nrj( between the ;
i h .111 Ito'HI t.f Iw trul con I communication Rood. ?
chief rf puli't.11 ,. H exciting the profoundest alarm I in Capo ilouy. Make Inquiries as to preat Labi ml adtr and his wife, and .. '
r 1 ,. I I.x..r iuov iient. fur vat is a fairly strong position, 3; mile: '
: diiisioa hat been reached on the here.It j-oint to the fact tluit Mrs. Gladstone < 'fewnis'il ::{

l t .iin 1"L.hl-1! ",1"D"U..ilJ <;ne't:'m nf cLiniC out the rnlitia at the is fully believed that the Boxer north General of Kroonstadt capa-Jo tumble should of giving the New Territory. a more l powerful political in- sj"
Kelly-Kenny '
r '. -.."U'.utf f..r Lllhulo "11I11i oiiuftri'in-e l<\\'(,," Governor Stephen, I I thence over Imo baud than generally :t
Hnf.idar -m-rul C. Clarke.dJut.Lnt movement w a' instigated in Russia's: interest I fedt rils elect to dispute us po-session creditid.7 1.

t tm str>.n.i-st possible acj jenei-al IVU. the IHKC! olllcialb uud a so that she may reap the long da- ts GeueTil Ki-lley-Kemy cannot b,' AN EXODUS OF FARMERS -- '
asstjited Lore, lIt't'rhu.'c1l'uCtl'I'it11 civalry: with which'to Natal I Oflleers H"priml1n 1rll. :
)M irs. it is corumitteoof citizens at the Southern sired advantages in China before the /_

!f ". 'u..}y tht "UUIIII"11 winch hn'rl The pivernor, accompsicied by subjnqation of the Boers relieves Great''I threaten the burlier.liar of retreat. I Lo'iIJf.X. June 9.-Those who believe *.; .J
Companies Connected With Country'sDeelopment
; : tin. jrratcst a-piit Tin: the military officials, has conferred with Britain of her South African trouble. lloers North of Kroonstadt. that Great Retain'navy would, incase v"J: }
the liu'e bi iid and chief of Rush of I
p police. Expect Agriculturists
t ',. .! in .uii trim* that it I' of war prove nearly a; foil of anicronisiua -
In this ljOM June tt. General Fore : _
, Tilt aihmibiluy of calling out the predicament the British press )\. >terWalcr :
u t IIf t V (t.".p svmjathy <>t militia '..+dt.+-uw<- ! \\ ith ,bii IVmTS w tin mo da- ) aition had benn token wheti the con- : Gllul tor.('* Illness.LnvDov Atnottu i-ampaipu proved the army to .:
President McKinley to interpose some Capn Town as ft :burs: "Kelly Kumy: ; '.1
f .' **\ ItUUMs1. ft'reIJcl Lroko be, have 'l'iwd additional conftrmai / j
up at njun. effectual check to the fruition of Rus.sill' at BJivimfoniein that: the telegraph : Jute N.-To all intents and .
i '""" tug
! i i>.r.. i.j" "hot ord rr. bun To Critic-(liic.i--- -;-o trlk" alleged de igu. :' has been cut at Ro>!, north purposes tho south .frknnTar, KO faro v<.re stricture pajso the admiralty t ,'t .1':

f wi'h, 111- troopto Li*'pal, V) The British Inn is w) locked up in of Krooastadt, by a body of, j the Bnti-her is concerned, U upon the irregularities of the target ,;
UmC1GO, June !Monberi of the South .\fricL\.lhat there is no reasonable 1 na'ed LJ sfioij. u.Urin < average
t rl" *,tof the disturliamcII to 3OiV with six practice and ports thereon among the .lt.11rI'Pt:5 j
f ': T. that th+ tint step . 'He is sending It.rOrl".It ol'C'P. over. With the exception of tho possi now in commission. The admiralty f tl

I ,.rtn<' past rv.ition of fur thtrnw Ives to I- in favor of any plan draw any part of it for at leas two .outs to Kroonstadt and I am mnforo- be capture of PreauK-nt Krnger and the practically dix-Lvrts that the perceutapo "". *

.uI11r"'l"t; ; } t.iulu to IM thit calculated to bang about a settlement of i mouths. tug fro'a Cape Colony. 1 hope the interruption homo-wminSof Lord Robert, his caJt'I1' bent in in worthless ,/r<,r
if r.tiitrul of the railroad to The Br.tish army in India it already will l>o only temporary" I .. _
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1 the labor trouble;. At a meeting; of the 11,000 blow the lowest rca h of the es1tablibhmeut I _. I. dar of probabilities contain nothing of oo'n-ng With British Truo.'. .

council the swret-ary was instructed to and it seems certain that' Hnller Would Not Slake Terms. vital interest. Already China is becoming i...
j .
the Coutractors. council I LDMWV, June :.-A parliamentaryreturn "
NASHVILLE GOES TO TAKU. notify Building another of 15.WJ will be |
expmlition men I Drur.AV, June 9. -The Boers at a keen rival of South Africa as the .
that the building Trades omncil had today shows that 40 members of :
neco+ to restore British: authorities .
1 M '. ..'> I- .\1. or.ln.l tu ..I"ill.1.- rtHu'sted the unions afuliat-od with it to in AshantL sary Therefore England U in a :, I.tuG'11, after an action fought burning question of the day. The cap the house of lords and 23 members of f:;r:
appoint coiumitt'-ee for a conference in June 7 Tyred wirreuder tare of 500 member of the Imperial
i oral Kintill. sore plight as far as coacirus any ef- to conditionally the hose of with ,.
commons are wrnng
a jt 1 r,.v, Ju'ie !i \iinira! Re"utli. fcotnul dtifensu of her interests in the replied that.. yeomanry a ago the HnUfch troops in iNut h.,
contr\\Mn', far .,. titr! .sum':idir must be unconditional.IMPORTANT would Lave thrown the nation into a fit .;
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it tiny tit'pnrl ia-'tit that _n_._ __ (
RACE PROBLEM. It is known in diplomatic! circles that A Card of Thanks. ,.:1
TO DISCUSS of doepon'lency, self analysis and furious !
jt :u hVIBe. with a IIf lard Salisbury is every effort to CAPTURE MADE
---- I abut of its own officers, has passed I wish to say that I feel under
alioiird. has left CiuteforTaku. obtain alviiutacovith Rnst.ui but
Lending Ne roM to Meet In National an I '
? C ':'" l'ia del a--31adeJ PrlllIl'fI listing: oblit:ati'mm4 for whit Chun-: /
while unuoti eta. The work of
Russia t'ates! With China the Connotatively
II light draft gu uil>oal of the WHW ('onferrnn: at Montsomery.M'iNTnuuERT neg> berlain'* Cou n Renietly his done 'f u

.' the 1I'I"1Il1.! and, it 14 prc.suuied Al.u, June 9.-Auegronational will gain ftdvontas,. j J I Near Manila. stamping out thE rebellion for such, according -I for our fa'iiily.Ve have: u"ellit ino ..!
It l< ucopit/ud that If RUS.SI.I a MXMLA June 9. General Pio del
, jets -
'. U wiit in place of the latUr.M race coaference will to held foothold in China under jleaot to the British: view, is the nature many cases of coughs, lung ." i
a pie- Pilar the most persistant of the Fihpuio tnubltsand Iud .1 .
.i iOt c a1w.! tn-ti onlcicd to 20 and hl''vin/X order h1e"iH uerr withdraw. of the South African war. LS Jt'n.1 TshonyiiiK cough
in this on July 23.
{ Vlininil K> nii.f| m Taku. city The Entisli o,icnpation of Egypt has seta loaders who has been captured, as irtviously erally considered to bo very nearly ac. it has always given the most perfect k
27, H ), to dlscu-ss. from the nero'sJtlpuilJt feel indebted
satisfaction :
li Chine we greatly .t
} K.iti'.ii diplomat cabled masts
precedent which will just suit Russia's was a-Jr.Ouer at complished.
1 'itritiily ticent ''rutug the t the race problem This will GU\Iilijara. to thern.inuficturer-5 of they .1.

:i in th-ir! imtuv Ltn-1 If they be an mtc're-ting and important conference purlwoe3.Coinmnaieitionb have been actively I home!of the Manila II miles native east fir police.Manila Upon, by "What shall we do with it," is far remedy null wish them to please accept .d.f:

- : w.-d liny H.\\- .'s they are of II for a ijrent many rea.sous and will i parsing during the week b-tween Am- information received that Pio del Pilar more the topio of the hour than speculation our hearty thlnko.-Hp"pf."ct. 'Ii y
'! nature, uii,I M.nisterVu attention. regarding the expenditure in lives fullr.1118.. H. DOTY. lej Moines! ,
attr* t widespread bA L*sador Chaito mid L rd Sa'isburj- was to lot tit a certain house Captain 5't 1
.'t IIi tin Jii an fully! To new+- Tim negro national race conference is uudtr'.t'XHl that nhile the British Lara and 12 imhrniuui lrueet led la a and money that seem likely to ensue before Iowa. For sale by Itanu.ili; Ure!., ./;,;.

U .tfl'tal.i at tits embassy. ail- has for its liala object a diseua.ion of the prime ruinator; is botliiu; an axreenwuit launch to Gnidaloape: re. aided by the pacification of the Boers is ac :1 :. I'alafox. street..

hut they lutes r. Plval :ilisiuiuj > qu'>sti ui bv tbo Lading negroes from with Ru.-v-.ia, ho is woikni':; at the same it detachment of the Twentyflrbt infantry complished. Large numbers of infinities -- --- -- ---- .} .

; watch will throw any tn.-mr +t dpoiiit. i time for action \.uhthe United they surrounded the house, cap aro dally made in London aneut the Confederate Graves Decorated. ; }
'in - au lutrlMgf Suites an the secind.tniiff to hw Iww. t : :i' the poriri! and brought him to prospecta undeveloped crown ;

puz/M) l.y "JIlt, of tea u;m tho hiRhe plane. Such speakers & .ch value wuiilit tviiamly lie accep'oil ilojula, where ho ova-> positively id&nti- lands while the rich resources cf the wreaths from South Carolina tdagmo : .i
'I i. the iiewsp.ii I ports. II M. 'l'urr."r of Oorpia, Transvaal and Orange River Colony
J as here as dkiuonstratinfj that anADlo'II1l'rll'al Led before the provost rcnr hal., limo from Tennessee daisies and .J
the rvport that tin re were 1'roffsvir R.>olcer T. WHS'II-IKM-I: Pro alliance hi m,wully, if I form the UiMi of frrqt"i.t articles. roD!

tip lfcn't. >rn1.t.' KTtatsurtn i fesurV. H. Ciiuncill A.l .1Jl'l ami a nut fonwtlly. accataplished.l'oxvrts | Capture N un Important One. Ik-fore many mimfjs. tunup-wed the from Kentncfcy and cornflowers from .

> \\err not lu a position numb'*of others fN'.'1 nil pirrious of --- companies e<.urn cU .; nh the 1.'Vt'lo.'ll- North CiruUn'wrtJ strewn on the J
,nt mm! of t L.. ,"muneMiiititi'l the country wIll give their \'WThi \1 u..tct. WASHINGTON Jnne 9.-G JI. Sohwau meat of SouJi Afruu amid lhrll v-qually p avis of conlederate ..od'lttrwho i+ aa'sleep

to It siniy.Iy com will! l 1Jf' the hr-tt titre l'i his iriS:'): that regards: th. capture of IMar a< an inip intO,ted and wail .f'l'rn.m Liok fur a in the old barging ground at Camp

1> n< & > la> di-K-Us-o i in n.itloi.ul con- IXiUN: Juno'l c situation in rtant one. H,- says: "Tho capture of taste and steady cciigrdtum of trained Chase, numbers of the ti. .\. R taking i

It 't'1 iil't know.Mt Lave uoliiit i .r lu-o his own ra'ial: difficulties.DETHOITERS China has become so critical that military il'II'rll Pio d.J In'.ur! is a mwt imp.irt UntL-ii agricLlturulists and triers to I conspicuous) part and floral contribntions ,

r.'tion mubt U taLcu at once The ni! oin. P !,:- was i\varde as one of the fields o'i whit li the blood of 1'ntou: weie is iiumi'roas from federals aJconfederates.

: trine ltt fJi puhUs'ir: 1 ;sure.- GREET DWEY. powers nmit cj'ue to an understanding the ia<*u nf : .e and uncompromising of and BtT i is I (are'y !'rv.. All the :letters .

tIe ,'if'test (;f'r'utny IS t.( without \ deay! and coniiii u .u>tioiibr the itujl cit.i ft..iIlti." from the front it'ihi-it (.ma JU'IMing( '
this In KOI hester.RufHi'iEK .
; i "v h r.jir me'l.o.U tliin th.1 .\ilinlruli >r rHOii ltrl<1 e of Steamer I
, ] ; token The longer tHv he"ita'c the -- di-siru I o.. tin rant If a Irte pr..l K>':IOII '
; ,. \\I.r. in the jir.if r-sis in In Miirtnr t'tirude. greater bi'eonus the jioliatniily that one .\ml'J'll'alll.\J\lbll.hf'd. i I Of the' 1.LltIal font attltiui: ): .:..\\'u iu + June 9.-(icmial E. S. '

i ItIron1111 11,11..1.11.!! tie! Gt r. [)ITIl'\T. June 9. D'tr"it.'r* have i+ to Sly Russia-will do MAMI.June 9.-A detachment of fenil'i: lau'1, \\oa: ut such; co t to I Otis who t; to be the city's guest next +
."Ubl"wator, htntfil tl.,! trriuaiv the .1\.... r,
a Imvfr.forr. pirn.'ikiin ia any h:td the pleasure of swing Admiral the work aloii.'. the Tort}-hith (inTaatrv, scooting neat week amiiupaniid by his wife and
'at iKtiniit th" p j i\\ors IU or.I'r tllj !Diweynn tin bridge, but not as he isnerally TO ORGANIZE THE FARMERS. D.itt pronnwof riimaruuig del Xorto, lu Citnblbh Civil C.u\'rrlIl'ut i I daughtt and Captain Leighton of the l r

>t( ,'1 tho interest* of f.irf.Ijnis in the ::- pictured for on this occasion were ambushed May :9 and Captain Albert The Br-risa gnu.*...: .!... Alfred j United States jutny ha arrived here. v

j cast, but diet she w.tulil ?> no flirt J he.\rleuluralnnmt..loneeofAla-i fctcmhaustr was wounded three ?.ultra. i' 1. koo,1o" H dwring bi. When asked it there was anything h< J
adminl the .
j the of
.: 'r than tbrt otluT canons 1:1 any iiu appeared on bridge houui'PuId.Out <'irentar-s.Muall.rMeas times, two privates were killed and eight wild ut_.::iii>n tool;I..*; a ,:1"1\101: of jR.v. j; could add as to the subject of the Pill i

:1 t3'I. the steamer Tochmoo wearing n silk! hat wounded and ouo private in miBsinp i civil hl'nr o:t :1'I'Il".li'',' 0.1UI.1 ippmw, h! rid: "Tho war in the Phil .

\ "ulll'rl'j and, ivihan's clofbes Aln, Juno <).-Hon. L The insurgent loss n reported to b<6 .'r colony and If".ln\>ul nal trviu; ippmes is over. That is all then u t4 '
.II\.lnll ur Uo.r'lo It \vas a splendid day for the marino F. diver, rmnmissioner of nculture Iwn" to 5tt the infitieui r f Dinnb: settlers ID say about it." ,

\VA-IIINOTON. June !). A (JisixiVhfn parade, the admiral was right at lunne i f>r .\1.II'ml lutx 1.IJrtt'd a ktter to ---.- 'i eacnisei*. The t'Ol1lJl hi\'lIl'r 11 in conhtkiit '

Minnt 'Conger which the author in it and his face plowed with pratitudo ': COAL FAMINE IN EUROPE. couimonicatum: with the rr cmrnrvof Mr" Calvin! Xinnnerinan, )Ii1e!. .
the firmers merchants ami bankers! of
.. fl.! Until as from hi> point of vant.xpe he !n.kedover -- state f<* tho .' \lit'', who is hard a' burl( P.I., says, "As a speedy cure rJ
to jiuMii" H aul to the floating pa leant lined up in his i, AlaKima enclosinj; a (.py of the ivso- Porelgn Mines Exhausted-Great Demand work on the piobWi of bau/iut about I for cough colds croup and sore } x. ,

La\' r' fi'rrc 1 to a meeting of ilipIomaN honor. _. Ititioiisand prlll.t'f.lill"s mlopU'd by the For American Product. piaix MA the nutunil state of atf.tis in throat One Minute Cough Cure i Is ..i'a
P but:. at which agreement umr -- -- -- e.ltlOIrlw'r 1'MiretUie assiociatiou the eoloaae nut quillu-.I.! It pleasant for children
Pmr..u'EU'f\U, June 9 -Thrre is a :, I z
>* il to wake n joint l.-ni.iiKl on thor FATAL BOILER EXPLOSION. of it-orpin, informing them of the full 1 demand t coal dralovs The ixiituKftrv of nt Krn- i to take. I heartily recommend t '
-- great >y foreign 101 (
nprrw.b'warrr for th" rupjirt'ssioa oft yx>lie and intention of the movement cer'it t.ll nLdefetitid forces WTII.J any it to mother" It I is the ouly harm- !4. k
:. It '\,'r' under tif ivociuu the Three Kllim and Ten Injured-Oaoi American bituminous coal. E. J Wind .
|lath liy i and :r. kin ; them that th y advise him xictvey.d c'nrrlueuceover J,.,\ It-Ih. j lets I ret'ieclv that produces immediate ,1

per. i Torn to I'leee*. of thnr views on the subject.Il of the White Coal company is quot+d ai | eau is generally regarded e; soren.'.f > I I' r'sulH. it cures bronchitis, .

1!! TRAVERSE CIT '. Mich. June 9.-The H Major Culver'b intention if the shying that he could hhip over 40.00f,- ;, IIi b i lot tI.lrcdy worth mt'ull.'JTi:1I \[ piitumoiiii, grippe and throat and

NEGRO MURDERER IS AT BAY.Surrounilril boiler in Charley F. Eeid's haw mill, 3 proposition luwtH the approval of the O.X) teas of bituminous coal ,I (ocoupiitiou of Prt'tel ia. iwinlii: to the i i lung disea-e-. It will prevent consumption. .? "

s l'rllrh.1 .'.,. Will miles west of Fife like, has explixloil, Al.ib'iina fanners to call a convention at to lairoj if hit company had the faali i Moo-fu-1'h.-Snet, settli l the who;.! Harris Pharmacy, Juo. r
hy p- an early] day in this ttato and establish ties tor handling such an immense watt.-r. I Shepard. ti. Kahn.AnilTrust It
r 1 eke Mini !>,uil or Allie.N killing three men and injuring ten 1
usvjciation like
Alaiuma ti
aJi that recently n'urmnt i i In new of nil the j premature reoi ings I i --------- r,

t tV Oat.EANo June !.-Tho noRro.V others. : e&tabli.-hid in Cjuortfa. lIe asks It was at first Mieved that the Brit which Ird R.uwlyu's ran rrtxt press l,.iw leste !.
"" .ir1.ajiturfh can.- ?
about to tegin work. merchant and bunded \t"l.fIhoulOf'.roeu scarcity lit soft cull in Europe, but now to note that the ansrocittic y .unjj LITTLE Rn 'IC. Juno 0.-The first test t
e ,.fil Ralph Marls clerk ut the employes were '
to a and hope to In' able to the cnrrrI it'is the opinion that many of the mines | journalist is chiefly re'nr when-d in 1/jti- case nnd<'r the M.t of the last
tv '"nli-iueh} utoreat Ik-vall, West Baron The engineer had loft the enpiniroom a pris> in an au-tpunos way. have become exhausted. dim for hu diverting .
before and A. J. Coin had taken I I npioartinces in le -i l tfnr>! has l" u tried here. R. W. ; ,
IV '. moment --- -
piriih, and who returned to the I j I Hyde park! at the lJI.'ri'"l.l whrln h1fd I
V-i. tMi'nee and file! tho hou- fnll 'i i hu place. Cole was literally blown topieces. THE FIRST CONTRACT LET. I >niH>sel Murderer Arr | KI\<-I up the sf.-.ic to edit Htotrhh Life Walker & Co. su.-d nic.m Brugmaa

t' '. 'vhilt' n11! the If he The mill is a complete wreck. -. UN'ON SPIJNGS .\h. Jniie 9.-025ccrs t At ilia height rj th. siy _, ,) aDS at lime for an ve bill amounting |)(. BrnR'

men toner Work to I>gi \ 1\ ml\\Ht' arid 'Ihl here have ,. m'xtt hinnuble hour of the day he sums man del n<.dotty .t\\'mg the coner,
\ arrested white
11' r. (rruu tu !<"'age lVtt.hanl a l't'llltt't't'elJulirn. stile Mineral Moe.BntMiNoii a man always to be itn, immv nacily dressed but elaiu+n.l the contiai t xvai void, '.

. a "-n;. tiii-y IxhexM him to l>c inN Ciuc AGO, June 9.-At thccloing Ala. June I.-The abut 40 years of aie, believed: to I* nmnrt and beJL s\tkl.. seated under u tnoe osuuunoLsly iu\ much a.< 1V'ulltcr! was a mer.1 h.r of a ,

:< i-nrrnnniliHl !in the tinier "IOU of Architectural League ofpapers \\. first cr-r trout li''lJt.oCI.lie calls him corratuiga mass tf proof' ,. j".Nil known as th- ice ira!t. The evidence .

I .try. in Ili+t liiiton Route rwir- .\lUl'rit'\ were read by Ernest contract for the construction on the On- suit Sueliimn and ('can to tins w.unty ea sh '.t*. As Huh one was lini-hed! ho i hhowi-d thit the price of the ..1

'h.nk rat.t, ponta and Attalla railroad, the new extension lat1'llLt'Ht. Ho wa f.ullnth two covered it with four Cheers and laid it ;!I 1f'A''u.* meiataintd by mutual agreement ,,

.lu'ntl lu the lAis.e whoe Flap of New York on "American Arohitcture of the Louisville and Xa-Jivilk-'n' valises with bloody clothes: and a pintol U\side him until hit wad surrounded fir which H a itiisdfme.inor under

4 Tit Luovvii urn shot mil : as Op p.)sed Architecture In in them. The she'riif frl.tlat him twinoto yonU uroiuid with whi'f h'.1v.! whuhi! ;I Im .ivi -J !
1 America" A. D. Lfuey of miuI'rulliu., through Dlount into Etowah bun ;
'. : i Y" senor u'teriiotti a Pnilade' prevent drawing: his tas'oL The never eta.ed to lw J1001:1'I.t' tif huge : Tre all Illinois.
,east! a-i the nilt of the ntvi "Tb Architectural Club as n 1'VctorIn county, c.muecting it with the Alabama man is a btniujje desjicnitocharcttr. amusement to the pat-sirsby and ,
,nons"and A. 0 ITLsiHiPrr.f apparently Cuaxt'Aav. Ilk!! June 9. Firo hat
Public ,
.ttng i .ar I'.1'111.. II bv 4u- Mineral and Nashville Chatra- -- -- -- of mimeus* satisfaction toLimmlf. I -

I the jiUntnti. 1D.. CiuviuuaU ou "The
'.' ti rniiiii'il that I'nvhnril .\rI'1Iitlt.." ._- --- let to C. I). bnwh & Co., of this citr. bottle of Hood' Sar-.i;:anlla? It i iF' is every paper iii England, including The working opnt the University of Ilknois. t
,. The C.ntrnct calls for the expenditurecf wonderful tonic and ill\'i oratur.
.tI'f1Jrt..I"II.l.nh.'rl'IfI Times behevd him : '
] .
Trial of lee Trust Oflieers.Xr in.plirtlMr I The building wus the Krst erected '
!ri"l II..r'nula..1 "::11:1. oniotiiinf like fiO.W the work: It will help! you.k .'
\\ Y"Ir. Jui n.-Tho district at- ou the allege campus.
inj li.Lir.. will lx.-ffui at onc-e. The remainder of -- Gladstone's Illaea.I ,
!o-:>ev bus drlull! that these of the tho road! will be put under contract in CHI:.I. iriANcr. I "'ou.1lIt, 'olln"I'tain for 1'il'iy; .1
Losr,iN, Jane 9.-The senons condi-
\ 11I1.1'1'1' n (""II'n 11.1 II. I'i "-onj\':iy tVidnls who tars h.ld! in short tune Many a man his been inured.ij.utit liines its 1'iic*".
lion of Mrs Gladstone has l'LU",1 Jr. I
bL.'iI"1:", X. Y., \\ I'lict.uit for p<'i:(ral -esi.onshall! be L'riaht'4 d."fa-e, dt:ibetf, or.1hf'r I awoke: ]la=t tiisl.t with severe !

.' :out "' <\>nt n'HCV of Y. -.-nt to vhiud: :* sioni tor The 1 1-,0,1. I.: 1:1"... daDj eroii ailment by a nifty T. P. O'UfJr.nGr. number <.f pariuinint, I pail- ill my I'fr.'I\h. I never felt
: + DlC\rEJT 111 Ih. .j. ". cmt bottle of FnuY's KIDNEY to give hitherto kt>d rPmi- all
lltTl' lu-tinsot tw court of "lo'i:1 l Cessions r I,, I sjimc unpabu I sn idly in air life. \'h..1I .
ill .nd.d
Iris M -t-sMOU ..u.1 the CELnU.TtD::
-. .1" lulling the mostKMI' Iriul' ii,i th.' d.i'o of the tri.'L yea wutlIerV -- 1 Etattsman. ft-U -n weak I c uld h-irdlv woik.

U t .\. workers, Uiug prey .- .L'.4R'. .\. "lIy y": r..II1.' iit! CITY TAX BOOKS "Ju-st a'tor twit niama;e," cars Mr. I went tee Miller ) rClircl.\' drug + ,
I Negro l iargltr 1 ('.a;tared.TloslSn"tt :",' '' ; Ih. : O'Uoun r, Sir ('..
(h. Juno 0. -O. D. .T ;t\.:" 1' f.I1'II"IP'! ''11 TO CLOSE. i UitJy ben mi.',ter, asked h'\-ihall I rhin's l.ol'c.; Cholera and l Djar- i
..1.1 1111,1 I chronic rout : !"J: a 4' tt t noJ, .t,::.,! till jut: w.r'Lg and you say any thin r, rl..- s Ri-mdy.. It worked :magic .
.J i known a< Xa jl'h G.:;! shot ant ajituretl a nc;n> bur:Lir altoBelchin total! 1 1.11 tLia.l
(r vu ever} jr.ur and sine dose faxed M" all rih'ht. It
Taxes not before
j : > > otSsttlzotl: *ojrco '. O !. ''' "r a pr""l.l ch.ise N. .: paid on or h.,
.T 'rrn .P 1 I >!' nohiLjtnt- <' ; -n the otter o-rtiinly is tin title-t tiling i. rersi.i

."''.; ; tool! the M'\:.:I l.rt"t* th.i'i'Kh the Flint river :.fA'-., ;'t' I ; June loth, WOO, will he told fi ,.\'. rvthiug aiid ..', never for Rfoin:.f't trf-uMe. I hall

ii.ui-ij -, iiecefnl 11-PIt ..'Ua,.U tlisurr"iU'i.liii. ivwntr\ :t .: ;t.c' 'rHeit:n r= u, i tdl auythe.; It .., t !b? without it in toy home hereU' .
.!i';I 1. r-*" sized as a il, trn.haI; drake into K.tUKr A, ...." 'f.irF. le advcstised and sold. i tIt t'Ir j.-t.i auniv'-r-v of their I' -T, f,jr -houll: i.ot"care to tu-
; ," niliran.- ii! -ri "'s in : : 'P.l.-. riding Mrs (il.l'I
!; a'- :' -r. 'T utto u re- j. r" ill" -j'r-rtii-i I.f i.i-t e ,
',t". aiiii \ vj should| .----. Hooks close positively on c..tion at un o*,i fnei.d" hUH of'. "'I;lien :! f..r fifty tir.:"- !j'4 )l'I'H. t'I
: :
f STO.1ACH: :J' "I-I.n ,t I
:t moon: ii yi.uro-j iit !>t.ttU l.i1 lJu'rl'.I+P4. that date. it bean to get law,"' add Mr O'Con- I : \\'iiox, L'v-rtniin. Iurtrttc..
.n atrach :om-
I tltyi doe ant pro- (;j.rt, ITF::. 0., June 9.-It is now Tef n,',r. "jir. (;l.I: !Jn went oxtr to his ; ."'n. \'aShfngtot (: '.. 1'.1. This
I'nct' "iii rents at ._ McK. OERTLVG, wife and \\th an U.l.OIl of ewt tnesi I .p''J)' i- for sale! by K -nnah P-r that the doad from the 1ut
r mliI.! 1h' lfllthpr,. ra'ed explosionof end tq.t'.11"-". I'or'1'\ >,T the :'i; -5 :. l tt; rept.
; I. Sew York live gas 1:1 r.ine =, ). 2 will number six or I City Tax Collector. __
Preset cutlery, 'cisor*, t'hil': m:V/-?
.f (ftrj it. '" /.} :t. T,'o JJH)T? erosions orrurrn) tickle. sun, pi- oand "pnttin; Ready roixe paints of all shades The beet lawn mowers at ru=on a

..attt'rf.r builder' hard durius,' the nig t. Ir'roni5'JO toiW sad of aU kind! at the Willis Hardware Rosa & CO.'S II land colors! at the Willi; Hardwire abl" ,rlctaat the WiJliaCo. Ibr 'nre

l' \\ iilio! Hardware Co./ 'i miaur are thrown"out_of_ employment. : Co'*. i WINDOW SCREENS. i Co'=. .'?. iti


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I II I To those livingin 1, STAGE GLINTS. E. PETERSEN -

for tfie farmer Suzanne Adams Is to sing In grand
malarial districts Tutt's Pills opera In London. OF-0

are indispensiblethcykeept'he .I Julie II em... daughter of James \. CRONies SHi-OON
'' : i Ilerne, is writing a play. .,

Man's first home on this planet was, I system in perfect order and are The tonr of Hornlianlt and Cofudia O--IJEALKK IX-o

l lr \ according to all tradition !n a garden I; begins in Boston Xo,. 13.

of delights: that In our Bible Is called: I an absolute curefor ".\ Homespun Ileait" is the title! of a Imported sod II Domestic \Wines\ Li, ms ani'1 C : : : .

the garden of IMeu, Atr.crh-an l \ .
says play to >e exploited l-y alh'r T.
sick headache
x Cultivator. After an etppriomx' of indigestion, Floyd next ftepboa.Klaw JUG TRADE.\ SPECIALTY.

i most varied sort Listing many thousand malaria, torpid liver, constipation I & Erangcr i':ai!.l General I."wmoro Coiner n"'pn! 'fnc De"il1"r! St- YI'xh: .lf'l / ; .

Every woman in the courtry years, man is again learning: : thct! and all bilious diseases. Wallace than ?;:w.ftj in royal K>s

out t to know aboutHoJ&er's to he a pardoner ant In rinse touch durIn! ; the eix: uonths'! run cf "IV-n- .

with nature is Lis happiest and s-iffM suits Liver Pills II!Jr." h r' I I i "rir

friend position.; Much of the cultivation of Charles Froluuan; bouht: the --- -

the earth in future will l-e under :;:-tlS>::. American rtelits to the English
It Is so already In the vk-uity of I'.os- j adanta- } ,s -1'kk Ir, \ II, III! a
Tli e who do know : V; :t it RAISERS. i tioa of EJaiond KostanJ's "Koutan- : T :
w,,,::,1 -r how they ever g,>t alonguit)1 ton and other large;: cities) where fneen- esques."

) -tit. It has rohbul childb I loU s bring the tel'g.t.i! of the sum- .\ r"jo( t !is urtl,'r \\'a; !.. liiill a new .;'( :ohm! Tree will introduce Indians lees( $ :

th (if ; terrors for many a ..u'i reason Info the time when' all na- tin! ;::IH ii f\ Lui-.ia t > :eat ::1..0H. end
a touch of the American
l"T; \\ It has preserved her rnre l Is wrapix-d la tLo cold t.f winter. The p !>rt M-iiiiiti.m "f KostanJ's :j Revolution into his forthcoming I/ou-

girl- .1 re andaxed: her m\b \,e ]Karn from our friends !In Florida "Li 11.uu"! may Li forbidden! in ..tut :;- i
'I doncr k>n of'Hip Van Winkle"John !
c fji -n;{, It i.; an external liniment ; ra. I
fiat: there to
even they are preparing >
:! in.d carols with it therefore, IlItr..1ul'(1. the | Irew's j'lay for next season:
Lake 1 *
< a
awl bananas un-lor some |(1":11'0''n
etisoluielv Ill) danger of upsetting grow oranges hero of a play lately produced at HuJ.ip I'ktly will I Le "A Man of Forty," !in
I nn.1 safer
protection cs being cheaper
thystcm' as drills taken internally j <*t. which Gl''r Is now appearing ]
a-c apt to do. It is to I* than ]building Crts for that! It i,
in I ndon. The author Walter
Marie Wainwright announces! that next Thompson
rubbed into the abdomen to softenami 1'1 probably the New Knglanders: In i i Olsen & Co.
sensou she mil play hamlet in vaudeville. Firth, la: en English actor. ,
itri).',hen the muscles which Florida who know how Lirsely glass !Is I .

are to bear the strain. This means used for the: growing of flowers and [ : Go Won Go Mohawk Is the only 26-2S! W. Intendenci.i: Street.fucotwor. ,
Bur McIntosh Las Icon cnraeod toplay
: 1'111 \
American Indian that
much less pain. It al prevents
vegetables who Introduced this to the I Ipeople riiilcMMi !in the cifJsnicv
morning sickness and all cf the production real actress. She went to Europe fora
of Fl rhla. If It !s tiuocessfult Meredith"! next M-asoa. I I --
other discomforts of pregnancy.A short stay seven years ago and made ;J
there why cannot this nx-thod I* ust.ln The of Mrs. I'Ukc's season -
druggist; i of Macon Ga., says: gross! receipts such a hit that she was nut able to re-1' Ae Ma
"I have sold a lane quantity ofMothcf' : many other places with equal advangi' I of 31 weeks in "IWky Sharp" are turn home imtil this AVERY

/ Friend and have never : ? As the hothouses In any neigh- j i said to have lain over $::W'0.101> seasonIn ,

known an instance where it has Sorhootl are InTvactil: they!: help to I It Ii npnitod from l.on.I.11l that I:. II.S : the dramatization of WinstonChurchill's .' ( (o drone 4 Woo1Jo; .,

failed! to produce the good results moderate the peverity of cold In winter tt-orii has MTnird; the rights to Justin I novel "Itichard Cam-h"

claimed for it." !n their vicinity. So the l.n..rallJUIt.1. ;i Huutley McCarthy's new play, "Thr I that James K. IIacLit will present IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF

A prominent lady of Lam- Startlt-J Pawn." next season 5Ir. Iluckett will be
!lag of greenhouses! helps those who do ;i seen
bertm. Ark., writes: With my not use them llirl.,<:tj.! 'Ila.I Ad.ims! owns nail engineers a !in the title port, Hertba Galland will ::Hardware

first six children 1 was in labor farm at the extreme eat, rn end of \jrmiMuiid. : I play Dorothy, and Arthur Hoops will

from 2to 30 hours. After using takiug spt-ciul interest in the raisins Impersonate Lord Comyn. 9

Mother's Friend, lay seventh was I.:xperdments In SpM1.iD of Shetland' : ponies and collies I Iron, Nails. Axes, HhoTels, Saw Mill and Btcainboat Bnjipusi-: '.

born in 4 hours. A correspondent of The ranwrs' Advocate Mrs. Leslie Carter i is to appear next I I and Heating Stores: Paint, Oils! and Window 'k '
Gt Mntlii-r friend at the drug g-\6! the cost of spraying last i year in a p'uvc, entitled "The i .\ Nole Tint .Annoys O1.

More, S1. (Mr hot I If.Till year five acres of apple orchard ) | UIHIIII." I aviJ! I5rla- is cam- | "So you've got a little baby now. Ajjate a.-jd Tinwcro and Ilousefurnishing Joodt

: BRVDIItLD ATUMA RCGLUTOR GA.Writ CO. trees that have b.'on "J) years planted J 1 ul aauthor; l.r.t little: is known abut | Mary," said the lady to her former .

the play.TuNtoi's. i servant "It mutt tie n great pleasure Oans, Pistols and Fishing
.f.w..,fr-tll i t-iM tvivk,BEfORE BABY aud are well grown. lIel'pra3".I themthree I Tactls.
IS BoHJ." limps, using each time 11 barn-Is 1:11.t U.ik. "The n.milnmn of .I to you."

of 40 gallons each of bordeaux rnbturoI' hurl'' IMi fur t: If It didn't BO much. Me husband Stitched
and In the 33 barrels he cry : Belting, Northampton W
parts grora Emery eel
SISTERLY: CtTlfcS.Pear already INM--I llr'a6htd nt the Ilnjalthoat Company Laftiii A )I..,
can't stand the
noise of It" II {
-- -- used, 13 pounds of copper\ sulphate ,T ill (i'la vllh.lJTI!. i ii Powder Company, Johnson's EaUomiae: Iron king and 1\1.. .

old] fiothnm! Sixty cent iiv know 7 cents n OunJ. $0.24:: ; two bushel of The Actors' society of Now York ofl I "Too bad! What dues your husband and Ranges', Wsa.: Coups & CO.'B Uav Hid Laos Lstihr. Mar
do :
to lie ffjllowed\ tjy d.lar! gas.-1'uf.toiiIleraKL lime.: -10 cents; Hound\ ,. parN green fen a pn/e of $11x1). to awarded tya I InryT"I I Maio lUilMad Cobra.Masonic 'I1.1'

' .it 25 cents a pound $2.07 a cost tor 'l vote of tratelltiK companies! to the | "He's boiler maker, roa'am.rblladelphla -

New York displays prelimimry "ylIlpJom.s material of 11.71, nearly 4"i! l'eUtg,1.1' thofltcr. o\llsi.t of the l.-irso' cities which Press.Backache Temple, Pen arola. Fla.
of U'ine! jealous of Chicaso's; autieipattil tree. It took three days' Labor of a gives the II\'tot accommodation back of I I
two million! odd LNpulntion.-Phila. the curtain. should never be nejrlprt. If'ct-
man and toy at each spraying 1 which --
ilelphia Ijdgtr.Boston's It means kitlnf'di-nr"foT
Omar Khayyam dull is not Is not as quick work as many claim tot' THE COOKBOOK. which, if allowed 1 to run too long, K. C. BRENT WM. II K.\< WLKS.VK.HKK.JK.: : I _
do, but we think would be likely to result |
r i m:1Unany better progress than I'H Dion'sclub. may result in Jrinht'sdi: I la work. lie the : r \ "
thorough says ? or other serious and often fatal -
t.aseball What's the watter with Serve saln-1 whenever possible. It Is
outlay was small: compared to the per ,, FOLKY'S KIDNEY !:
l oston?Washington Pus 1 always aixviitaMe and refntliiutr.swe I complaints.
lwitage of clean fruit obtained. He CvRKnukes the kidneys well. Take
-Tj Chicago is to have n real Creek
Gram 't finely chopped and
('t'rt"1Il't1 by real irks in the Pla"'j. idvises the use of a brass pump or ono ':: over Jlf'I'rs stuffed totnat-ies. just I N-- ;, nothing else W. A. D'Alemberte. First National Bank

tongue. There is whore the Windy City I :In which: all parts that come In contact fore they gv into the oven improves them.!

puts nut the light of U.tQD.ew York with the liquid are of brass, as the IVjald In putting cakes on the griddle! l.e careful I GLEANINGS.

.World. ; corrodes Iron so that It will be to form thriii a regular round ehupe I.
} Chicago would do well to stop [ok'ms worthless after one or two years U(e. J JPnitore I I: and put oft only one at ouch dip, BO as |I Medical men In Italy derive (10> much of OF PENSACOLA. FLA.D2RIt7TOR .
their income from ofI
fan at St. Louis take II, foreigners most
long to
enough a not ID spill lx.-twM.-n the talus.
few lessons frum the latter chi en theubject I the students now Ivurn to Epttik EuglUb : : t

,t of how to enforce law end order. and Milk. i 1: kle It ytm' want to powder parsley other to sprin-dish and Gc rnum.I I j. WM. H, KNOWLE3 W. A. BLOUNT F. C. BRENT W. K. HYKR JH
The Journal of the British Dairy i t over flew putatoos or any ,
-l a tar ltaDits Ik'11ublicou. I, Soil was brought cp from a 6V-[th of D, G. BRENT
dip it first quickly into toiling water.
Farmers' assocIation prints an InterestIng ,' 320 feet from a a>u\\ mine In Ik-lgmm, I i
La Grippe Treated."I Shake the water off and put it on a plate I
article on the mflueoce of the pasture | and from it Kpructed uiiuli of a Epvcit-a,

have just recovered from the land on milk. The writer claims I 1 or ute p-ipt-r.. When in a quick quite oreo dry, for nib a either few min between unknown to IwUuL |I! Fri &d muU t Zti Bn At
second attack: of la grippe thiyear.' that the condition and herbage of the your hates or through a wire Originally a town or a warship fired !B i iflTWfi io 1 it n ,

*ay* Mr. Ja.. A. Jones, publisher of pasture greatly Influence lath the sieve. tuff its guns on the approach of friendly ,,

the Leader, Mesia Texas. "In the quantity end quality of the milk from I strangers, to bhw that they bud such :
The Juioe from a can of fruit if not
latter CH-P I used Chamberlain's faith in thc isitors' paccf Intc-ntioui
Cough Kemeiiy, and I think withconidrrableuccessonly cows grazln: ; there. He says that iu*>:lnl when the fruit is a-rvcd l may l>oiiscJ :! thvy diJn't think it necessary to keep I c draw our own Bills of Exchange on Great Brltau trek: 1

being In while scientists often claim that the later as a foundation f.>r a j -lly. If their guns loaded.The Germany, France Austria, Italy, Holland, !Hpaiu, Belgium, Jin-u N .rway

bed a liul over two days, againstten food will not affect tho quality of the the sirup Is as rich as it should be. it willMallol i committee f'llIJintl by the Maspa Hwadon, Denmark and other European countries

days for the former attack. The milk practical dairymen assert that It aa equal amount of water. When ,
> Ini6<'tts l legislature; to ctuiiJcr\ the mlUul'ility -
second attack I am satisfied would docs and more pcrhaiia when the cows thus diluted l. it is sw'ue,1 to taste and \' of iiun.-hiMii; | the I'auiel Welt1 1 i, AV'Veleela DIsbursed upon tho Mora Favorable Terms and t- uel

have been equally a, bad as the first arc in pasture than when on dry fooiL UM-d with dissfilveJ gelatin in the proportion 1 Fter estate at 'larbhlid.l, Muss., fur conversion 1 l i. Obligations Taken Payable at Port of Destination Tea or Fifteen 1).y.

but for the use of this rt'med113 I Those engaged In choose making say of little over a half a Wit to everyquart. into a public park has made an after Vessel Arrives there .

had to go to bed in about six" hours tint more care Is needed l In manufacturing unfavorable n-jHiit on the project. - --- -

after being stuck' with it, while in cheese from the milk of cattle In To secure' the original witch hazel 1 Aluminium has just lx'en used f.r the t Safety Copesit Boxes: for Rent In Connection
the first (- t*P I was able to attend to coli-tniotioii fir a new fin-proof curtain to with which havo Private
.... rich pastures than In poor pastures salve, ask for DeWitt'sVitch HazelSalve -wo a Apartment for the Uae
buin about two days before getting : well known certain In- UM-d in llx- (iH-ra house of l&OMinoon.I of Renters.
HS a CUTt'fllr
'down. For sale by Hannah _..(-* and skin H-sp-i-es. Beware I (curtain is feet wide by 51 feet
Tanis. and all medicine dealers.MM Sorrel Venue Grass .. ,
of worthiest countc-rfeis. 'file' are hi?h, and its total weight: ooiniwM-il .ifi
The Rhode Island experiment station Pharnacy.'Juo. i aluminium sheets (.nC-I\\ ,.Inh of an inch
] POULTRY cives some Interesting ofisen'atloas in :Sheppi.rJ! S.Hjirgi Kahn. tbk-k. trill lie Idol iMiundb. THE ORIGIN- 3

connection with prases. Upon limed i! The czar's que-tiom whether it wmild)
At C. Corner' Poultry Yard.I :1".1'a Hf'l.rf' IK ud\ii -.l.lo limit ; ,
land the more ,I'sirathP'USSI'S tend todominate. rf t > t-> ur entirelyt.p
Bin now ready to sell eggs for setting "juii MJI.!! r i.!. a .111111 r', I'avI'.d'n 'the 1 baninbuu-nt of rricnnni to :-iI"'rla; IRr
l'a an unlinxil! acid soilKentucky .
.. L
: from the following breed ofchicken : I tli.! i i Mxi-t with .1-sy; | has In en amvurt-J ia the illative! l toy T. U1 y
IIIp":1s:', timothy and 1 certain Aiii iri': "I. n .1I"r." .-. i< r there. m ,
: Dark: llrahnias PartridgeLight jiwi.t of the l-ou,irtm<'ut-. RL
: other KTtifSfs- will as clover teal Tta.! ;- c : Ii: iitin I ( "in lur hartI -
Cl'hill", Hrnhina, White the is r t
1-1.! kt u j-i :1! fie >li. wr tents"l1 Among reasons given that lym-h-
('uchi15, I'lytiioiith Hocks, Brown to. run out quickly or to utterly fail 1kv !hnl,. I. .t. ii-i in I' i- I..U1 ins would l. .cf>nio mite frequent if the +Y

I.p"lwrll"'nhloU"' My fowls are \'. L'l: >" the greater !:ts ::t ;".r ., '"!..'e (!I- "11 t'". .!'.. n L-:stirs thick culprits! were not exiled. \

from tin \ 1'1lJe"t strains: to be. lie ,:end iocjrs; to trw! The con- : Ilr iljl tv a a thin: in tir! rte 1.:.. B. C.
1., )
founf.ILd I invite tha public to call tin I use of r_ .:e;:ell iu tulphatc II fiuimcini "\!., B.;," i',c en. I, "Nl! ut 1 'ts. of juv ;i A fatal policy is to neglect:; a bah --.:.....
and poultry yard-about TOO l"rn;< 1 I.-T so f ain't a 1. ,. .. ;-"i
Mf.iy : pra,:u:IJj,: inrronsos the acid ache other sign of troubli- '..'
baiid. An, oh, PP i -J.lcr ilun .le son or kidney \ '
fi'wl-on 13
Hue I"dtingof ity of unlined hn 1 to such en extent1'.tat Tu tlhnk.:, v., ... it mic'it rf ln"f'a "-* 1 II"i .
FI.I.EY'Kii'XKV CriiE i'u
eg3?* t"r ? I..,U. Lon: COLLINS, a #iiri ; : BEEiL
H I.Imost v'olly occupied : Unl i'ia.n; Dealer. K
rd t' Manager may :i remedy for lritht's ii-ea--. diabetes !i ."", ., .
1 y'K'U SIIIT..I.II.! ..' the eniploy- ,fl .. ,
( 'nil 1. >r Mali* (" .IIH'l\liun. ::ont of nitrogen: in n'.ircte: of soda has -V Fa'IiuOut.. ;' and g; vel. W. A. D'Ali-i- ( '

'nli l.-r :i :-mmcHrmurnnvrntinn to the opposite tendency. ".\ .1' why Uhl you It'ayour l\-t berte. I, .;
b.. h. '.luting:.oh1.. ilIlir.ittc CayJune pair ':" : V. J. VIDRh Sole wholesaler
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I.' "! .1!: -in me UiJ a fallin out. iiii-tu. ii.--.. .". _
adaauI.oltra-t T. d-! inorrntir tar I'arl.r. IIM lltloll tli"Ftatf Hi .Iil'k--Oll-of Klor- Ciilrcv Tor Market "1 ,li'ii.'t i c <. \..tty \ > n MiiiuM l-avi- for :i SEE ROSS & CO.AIIOIT. -' .. : _

M i I ii ,o't, i u,'.':") juni' ll1, al 1. noon fur theIdes It is net tnprofltaMe work to raise littl.-Ji! ; lake: t'-.t.' i KClnJ': :-:. j}. .: ;FISH jl&1S: EWS! :MB:i IWD USD! fl' 5.
nnr calves for market in lucaKties: where "Iilt w.f'll ci.t i)' the thirl! story wiu- I \o. "fo' .

In'1.1'..t.."- ,i.i'ioiinl>oil"li. rines"tit mil!: and crjaui Ire not easily sold at dcw, iL--m."-(:!,'\ -land l'.iu. lKulcr.Tis Ii i --:- ---- <'7" Paul Jones: silt i Zfri: Spnpzs! Cslelrstl VL :: .

bi Ii. 1,1:01 J ..I.- I itv. Mo.. July I. Ivn; t > r.'nn'u-rati\- : and if one goes in -- -- JOHN HcDAVID '

-rii.n..IIII"O'. one! ruii.ttitti Ju-t.n of lul'the Ihe iM.jr ulnCeb.Mn'"f"'.taut.U. '-, for this! object! IIP can: with a little Sin and Turk.Th hX.l :. ;' (Kf i BOillE; OF KUET; [ It'Sid.riIOK .

H t.. ulniy. it I :'181..'OIlIpl.'J. study ilnd considerable to increase Lisincome <- mi i .JT ir.>:nti--- e.' I 'jBEALESUTEAKB:: BRCKCPACL "r:lr.-.. 15!. : : : : P. O 1:0'r \ -...."
| r. '1 t. ,,a-iirt-r irL" | rlntrlulttnt of of eOirs'ln districts I.I- l.fl 1.,..'" .11] 14.k I : .
1'i.ui r i.'i.for.imiioiier ofRri- ileiryiug! ; A \'Tnn,; IT chip to flnJlr :; JUG & FAMILY TRADE SOLICIT
'Ul101'' a K.i.'limit' t f'IIIIIII--IIIIIO'r I.r Uirm \r "'I'e there is' a :00.1 market fur butter gvr'a t.. t,> ata..fc. Cl 1 IT PROrEI7V.1'.111Ji11: ( '
l.- ..r tour yi ar-. four l'r"'tollu..ll'-l l-rn I.\.r\ ',-, "'"rt't/t\/
.. acd milk this work might not prove AnJ t) t.1I1 l.l1-a SitfS lust la rinr
I. vnhd form I'-
flh ale: !"Ur nltvrniur to AM 'I DIlII L.1N1 :; .
tie r., tt i.- ;'.llIr -li'e lUetioti, east In very: proSuibk'] but there arc many 1 Pi-iric I" r (:fllh-i treat. ...,. ... tit" tJnl.'! : I > 'Ii!" \ tat ttellad i : i ,
', leer llti < lrw.u: a ,'(tiW r.< ATo I' Oil HA I.E. .
trait>:i tin ul 'll r a b > may runiv iin } ettr .ded "'
farmers situated that it is
so impossible -
lil'fltll'It.: O'liM'lltlon.Jli. Cans! i i arci.r p'.h.
.> ul'lVr.Ilt ,'Olllll.n! II'" statu will to laaLo much from the milk anlrrcam. -\\...:Lingt.n Sill. lolls Plieecl at Reasocable: : tc.e
<.nd "i>iitii'ii upon tr:>
There is \etc l.ttle In
follow i ; I I.! .!- nl prr-riitatlo: iinidilr I- expense !tf?"
Jl E'l-t: (iitvcrniMPii: :S'.n: .
;:ati" I it !*' h one huniindtee cast I ITIli'mii'llilnlf fin-ding; t'e young calves if kept only I'rcNctiing I1U IHaui ,. .

on tie state, ticketll.. r.relfrd < until: they are 7 to it) months oM and I'reshk-Ni.'irl. l'ithe jlr..r" sJr tta-: -
tbi* liu'lif-t niiMil'Cr of xotealth'icrnrrnl '
i-li l'I\III..r 1"0:i. Hud one aU'itioinl then s..U. taken (.1 iii'/tiiu'| :: stall: oictin lI\\'hiJl' McMillan Bros. ( c.Coppersmiths
cute tor the finetion in CMCSI tirr>*ol. -- I .l.''it' tl..i-k tint: : dikitiiitd.Svniiit .
\\ht"1I it nm ems 10 .riy or more: -theeetiunlltre T
r.('ft !Snxnr --If y nir lasers uf iib .inatiWITV ":
I:1' nltOlnUOI\ tlrJltlnal
> rel.reeutatloli P1I
liriK th<> M.tiWHS ini-ritt<.Ml There i< no occasion for !iscouneinent a littli-! l"'tter culli\tt.-.l. you m''1,1: [ f lnI' i *

hi Ih' ,' ,.,. .'IICIII of Is* in Cur count% for over the beet sus;?: ..: proposition also hate iiutiiiil thut lie al\( a\s quote) \
I" "nieirf! h" crtlntlesi.ndarthusrukrill it \Hun-lutlilUal'uli l'l'cs ,
lit- fiiutlca to r.'prcM'iaBiiuii lIa follow bl'l'lUs.the pioneer factrry in New ,
.\]"oiui ...II Leon.. ... ..... II Ycrk Mate Lai fI I..l. Inustizatloamade : LouiAckfrinan.. (lnel!.en. hid General Meta! Vor.c-
iirao1l.lItI .. ... to Levy 1 i. by American Arric'.iUnrist sltow3that says : "IeWitt's Little 1'irly Ki-i-r- >> ac() For Ponsaco.a ; :: .
Rarer -' 1"I..rlr."r.1 \' ... I at leapt two condition*; 1o'I'W,1 to always- bring cer-tui i .liff. rur inv
5 ManntcH II
i'alboun .. 2 Mmlisoii 7 prevent success with this factory. Tl.e h.s CUriu .. :: Marion .. II plant was too small in capacity for gol'ht.l' eli Setae anl iuvi '"rate :1'.- :Buyers to Buy '517 L
( lair 4 Monroe ., a Imwi, and liver. Ifar 1'hurtnui .
profitable operation and the farmer- ;!i? /
n :N
"Iuml" ""au i
4 Orange lu' somewhat In taken Jno. H'ieppard! 1'. 1 :1Jn.
: wen apathetic :? upi
l>troto .... rt Otceolilii .. .. ....... a I IDu'al Choice Family McMillan Seamless Turpentine Si.Odits .
the work of furnishing an adequate
Pasco .... .. t I
f.I' II Polk 'I supply j I of boots. Meatwhile adv.c,'si
Franklin .. i -t. Johns. iwa.t.J..1o t bne1a! alnjs ca bid, ud repzhlag! du la ttt K
i directions
to from all of
come us continued
( .. 7 1'utnam .. .. ... d
Hannlion.lilllnhoro.. a't OI\ota Itosa .. 5Ilernandu interest in this new money KodolDyspepsia GROCERIESIS
.... i SuimerM ... j i'lerop. MOBILE ALA.
: fuwanueeTailor .H ,
Holmes a yJaekslln.
M \0111'18. 1! Flower Cnlttrntton.
t'1.r'OD \Vukulla Ii AT- -
Lafayette \Vaiton t In the best flower cultivation a narrow Cure.

Lake VVasbiniiton aLee rake Is used In place of a hoe for

._ ... :! fccep'.ne: weeds down-that Is, the surface The Well-Known,
Th counties wIll select their legates Inany Digests what eat.It UQ i Mg ff dm
manner which sac Ixs coiiMtlertui best 1 Is so frequently stirred; as to givethe Up-to-Date Store h BorifiB r ; .

by the i
: All demo-rats are invited last utateconvection. to d-lifhtful.;: It not oily tends to goodappearance Nature in strengthening and recon-

rtli-lpnU in the Mi.M-tion of delegates of the U-ds but It jK-rmits structing the exhausted digestive or- -OKHEJTZ -

Qaarld thereto.<1 including to tote aln"e th
and l'er"lary..t each preventing rapid ant and tonic. No other preparationcan
county e"alJOrJtlo1ck's
convention held for the purple of elect-I' :Magazine. approach it in efficiency. It instantly >> & GO. 1 The Mon Attractive in the F.ntirtit;... Hp"u1arftal" !Fern I :
inn dvlvptK-s to the state convention are I I relieves and permanently cures
re ]ue.te O-dpr..l'ernd! it .
balrman.Tallahassee. Ha., a written" or I Better Color.j Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn and !Short
printed copy of the proceedings of such Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
!it butter
was not for color not
county cuuveultontogethrr with a list of !j I Sick eadac he,Gl.t ra11i a,Cram ps,and -120-122-
the uamoof the county executive committee pound of oleomargarine or poor butter ( | A. E. BAKER & CO. Proprietors ,
in which" should be designated the all other results of imperfect digestion. ,
chairman and secretary cf such committee, I soul be sold as the genuine clean Prepared by E. C. DeWitt A Co., Cbicago- E. Government Street. ,
W. A. KAWI.S. product of the cow.-Jersey Bulletin.Try .

J. C. COOPER.Secretary Cbairman. j I THE SEWS Want Columa. S.Hards Kahn. Phmr.acJohn :ShtpnarJ.: TELEPHONE 261. 14 EAST GOVZaXriEVT: STREET.



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Jfltiliam Ioljit0ott r ) ) & Sou. k I '

A portrait of the late j

I Io derbilt Is to be hung beside I ', A irt

.--- o son Vandorbllt hall at Ynl
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1 1IE Jules Verne docs not care i ,; I

ty, and in order to evade -', '

Do You Want he has Made his home at ;
a Buggy ? i stead of at I'aris.

James Sullivan Phillips: ,


FOR THE NEXT FIVE DAYS \V}; WILL ELL A VEHICLE ON HAND of Jeems Phillips! in E ;::: | i
bier! Schoolmaster." :

AT A VERY LOW PRICE !; !; Burglars enterwl the : :

fpssor A. W. Skinner of
? :;: I OtH'lda (X. Y.) high schools
a ? G s
\l I watch and money, but stole I

lep. (
c.a T 4sYe
Admiral Sampson Is

a by requests fpr autograph: : i'

1& I these are not as numerous as I a

Just after the war, they i : : ;

lei i some uQ a week. r

.t. I For the seventh time :\ '

a/a. I has been nominated for ; i

the Tenth Iowa district: :" j
I .
Sis of these nominations _

< clamation! a record seldom: 4 l'k
\ ( William C1atln.10 I ;
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I brated his eiphty-second:: I : f !.

II while governor of : 1
: t5 },
I ed his signature to the cIl t

I {Lesley college and Hoston : f; 2

I Frank Jones, legate; nt I

TIRES, OR ANY SORT OF .\ TOP Oil OPPEN BUGGY l I tional convention, has ,'
I I the transportation and all I '' sl(

0 .. We Have It 1 I II peases of all the other New .N> .

I delegates during the time: liTf
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II The death Is announced '
I j
i M. Grimaus. the eminent !,

lOilliniu t loljnson & l on. i j was dismissed from his post! i

or ct the Polytechnic school J

taken part In the \'(' '

-- a new trial for Hreyfus. :\ '

THE SPORTING WORLD 1'lJulm tag was found upon another About he )tight .llatrrlal.: I was Ki years of age.: i'i, ,1
whe 1'1 and a niudi jioorer (.IIP. The 'IIa\e formed ''
you or expressed:: any Professor Albert A. :\ (' (' '
Ithe I young.nll was Irazeu and nut in the opinion .ouecrninj this case?" asked the University of Chicago is :: ,
>n-sont time there I N a lotf one
least ruCIed wlun Le rode off with his la\\.r. !
scientists who are sailors as '
r"lIrlIn the I.rlll\l! l"11au-1 own hei-1.. "1'es, sir,'' rt-pln the talesman, "I''
latter quality has won him I I '
tinS4a!-f-n among the spriutdrrs. How the checks! were changeil the line. I said to Dare HiiD&laker the j' i j I

The risou| of {\"n>ert boy at the reeks is nt a loss to understand other day, s'z I, 'Jla\e,' s'z I, 'if they commander in the Illinois : 'I 1 .
and the former cwmb'r ',
summon fl.!' f..rI juror, h'z I, 'I vnut : ( }
.:. of List tiouson, and Kiaer, unit- the man who attemptedthe
you to understand right; now, s'z I, 'I'vegut Royal Institution of Great i j :
I. *.->t ct.mj>i-tlior, to rrinaia! at profitable exchange: had an nl'COlD'plet. my opinion,' b'Z I"- General Louis Hotha. the :i;

i, a<> nliN lutiTif-t to tin prubh'In. i "J'hi you ever !hear of this particular mander In chief, Is married I II

':jt 'itnw-o of HIP stars of the nmaKr International I i' case UforeV" i an Irish family named I':III I'I 11
CrlrLrt. "Xo, sir, but I to Date Ilunslaktr -
._iuks, tin probability that Major Rome time a:; > it was announced<< that s'z I, 'I lln"- i! Botha la said to bo related ,J 1

Tmine has li-on added to the then* would lie no series of Internatlou1 1 j "We'll take him. your honor." AddU Emmet the United

_j ,t '''ii'i"'tlu! >rs and! 1: .ld's illsion al cricket matches during the coining : "W 'lI take him."-Chicago Tribune. of 1703, and Hob-it Emmet ,i I !
season, and this decision of the Assocloted I j er, who was convicted and! I i 1
t> .;:11'1 go out tor the championship i << -
Cricket Clubs of Philadelphia] was No U"Jrt't. high treason In Dublin in '( :
,' I l. are matters anal make the dls-
to a great extent brought about by the We found the wan, hectic schoolgirl A heavy burden of i .
':'t.n nit'iv inten'sting. extra vapiiit; arrangement und.'r which partaking of her frugal luncheon of Mute weighs on the little son Just i
". last pencils and picklesVhy I ; ,
'I-r[ nut champion wnson.
Prince Ilanjltsinlijl's team was broughtover ; l lion. Neville Lytton heir
is it, we asked, coming at '
> r
r.' U-forv Oanllnc-r rham- once
;sir was
last autumn. to tho earldom of Lytton.
I jf'trange
to the subject we had been fiercely debating 1
'. and for years previous to to say, events have been with ourM-l\Cb, "that you never'i'j, his father he Is grandson

'.' Men of Ganl'mr! Bald held the !- ; themselves of late that teem to skip rope until you tall dead any more?" i i! Meredith and great : ,

PM For the past soasonirL lndite! that after all there will be nu | "Why should I?" demanded she wee Lytton and through '

( '. ':.. Stevens tillS N-vn a prominent KuglLsh team hero this year, but under brusiiuely. "Scientific calisthenics are great-grandson of Lord ,

fn, 'r Utili' rnenKramer, the aniaf vastly different( conditions. The Atoelated '[ less showy as! regard immediate results'!' grandson of Mr. Wilfrid
t t
Crli-kit! Clubs are now !In communication perhaps, but they are far more 13d'likl.1H I
i.';;>U>n of last year, and Moran( : I she Mt any regret for the old order I Icf !I
with S. II. WOt"1. the captain Point of View.
,;io : '' the saute honors under the thins; she did not show it.-Dctroi' :' The farm the ...
of the Derbyshire county team.and razed on gray & i I
Journal !
And thought entrancrU he .
he Is most notions: to Lr1ng out a --- I as I i
lan.l: could that 1 that j 'b ,
side. It piws without snying:; thnt the V Spring IdjI. j To stand all day and ju.t count
.\ nd:1t..1 Cricket! Clubs will be only When I met hi r, my lwvrt began li-apir, ;. The gay iajhi"r trim tin dull ,
ailed! I I'}' the wildest I of {"aN, Aiened the tan bri.wn chocks nf f t
too glad welcome them and Week.'I l f
; T ; arrange FT .I'M that my loge had been ......plni! ;; And mused, 'It would l.e nij' ,rare J I
three: matches\ two mit'ct nil I'hila- [.
It 1
( ; r swot eyes were brimming with tears. I Could 1 be that Uy and go t3: to ,
1t rielphia! and the other a;;.ilnst :\ pam of "Hh, tell m', nir sweet," 1 imitated, -(,.
"What !. it ilintresara! Lou aotCan't --- I
IS colts with a captain.' !.< nidia gamesV.T I .
you ti-'l! mo. my dear!" 1 repeated. A Dead t n Sure |
, t other cities. Mc trarrully! Uicx.L her head "No." ,I I Iillinzs-Y ate the last s i-'l?
1' I II 1 A Pnnrturc I.oontor.It 'I". turn in tnis! liMit that moral her the rni.!"!. Wlint Jo you
I I is r'b.II! ;.:.! Ill r.ngllsli:! ln\entor Uc'Utl a t.rror u deep as the s, a. I I Lorsi'tlfsh, anyway?
1 1 has perfected l a p' (sttlur"Lert I j I bt.:.:i.l and K>..'Hi:;tit and !implored her I Ii |! :Millson imtht to know
I To speak. \\"wl'tf'rn.f.rm.? I I, about it. I was in the :
by :::i UUll'lIint' solution i is forej j Cut at length she l I' j
u \ I iri halt tu my chatter, on salt U'ir.for nioutlis (
f 1..1 iisto the tire. The n""ult is n bluetpofeon Intirruitm: in rxtuUnt mail, IKton Trau erpt.! i+ r,
: I the surface of the ere aroundtill. "11 you rully hot h u5)* wlut's.the latter,
, ,1 I I U. k c3! 1'} UaiMiij! too t'r>L'
I iiiiiicturt which eau be seta and ,, The Ilnbr.
j -I'ath Iic Slandjril. "
A nlo a powerful smell, PO that the _-- ---- All day he lurks like eviIl ) ,
proper I lace fc r the pitch can be found For two years IrlV. Kelley of <.'11 tu; and r,,::1 1 sod,! 11'1'1' \( '
by both and nose. :'.rall fled: :P.i., was in poor health And:! when he's dud u, rn eye .
Jtt i account of kidney trouble. HepiMiulted Three hour to make bun sh' ;
I Ii I HE OKESS MODEL. * physicians and -t "
considerable for I i
-- spent money medicinei -
(i Thus far: am"us the short jackets cf without obtaining relief until i

.1 silk satin ar.J l I.\'t"/I.! Mack, is the cb ..f he tii-J ..FouKW t; CLRE: I (
color. I I and now writes. "I de ire to add my KIDNEY I t
Jlany of the hamlsdme dcsiiins in Hoe testimony that it may: be the c.iu-e; 'F
; CflAMH.OV: TOA '1 t1l urLrL are 'tIi.1 among; el.ilHi'iti-l.v aiding others." \\'. A. D'AIem-

\': Gate U.tli 1"1Ilnr...cslonal- creel neuu hits 11II.ll"'nl l li.itli "mhrul.-1 I are the most fatal r

.... Mi I'arlanil inunlMt t.> fiaure C Miu or arum white 1iI'ra"iik berte.HOPLBE eases.
:oii.lm-iitly In th> noc this or satin
Lode in regular shirt waist
ir .i' .1 :NP\UK.UM' is u promiut-nt flR1 style, with
joke buck! ai.'l slightly full fronts fastend KIDNEY
1" a.1oI1t1.11! t.> tlieM men 1'rettllc FOLEY'S
with small gilt or inork opal! buttons.
H mil touted ;
) and lM\uilni,
Aiwug; the imported cowns of foulard :
.'.funilnii. lit'" ghe the N'st of summer silk! veiling India mull etc., CfINESE LAUNDRY.

J i ',irrul>. are models, showing silk iHttlcunts en or money refunded.
; .-. mn an all sprinters of the suite, which lire finished around the hot SPECIALTIES 1'
: Shirts Cellars aiiflCaffs remedies recognized
*-tr.i .* 1!)' many who haw matched tom with lloiiuces made of fabric muti'liiii ,

"" |I', -'iits with Interest Kramer Is .; the ;:\\\'U. nent physicians as ''s

,"t.J ro clt-au up the held Taton. "Celery"' ii a new color among French > Kidney and Bladder
tints. It is much lmirrd III the list
..:il bark: king. Is a elo!.< olwrrIH ALL WORK WASHED BY HAND
summer textiles.: It noiy, thefaintest PRICE 50c. and $ .
Po 11 ridden with the stars, for
shale of yellow and palo green AND '
\ irs anal! speaks l>y the Ixwik '''i without p\iiressing either, but uVhcati'l! [I .
J : . ..
r .< MK <>iinon! that Kramer will
Short IMI.TOS| are made f.t rut work

a' = :..unpl,>n hlj. He says that and of embroidery and lin.. with thin, 17 West Government Street, I; KNL t n 't
r : "':"> rnink" Kramer of lat year delicately! lintel >ilk. These are i-onsi.l-
Opposite Exprcim OtHee, I'KNSACOLA. t-
_ It ,an of liZt JH'UU.IS weight and '. ".rte th.! In the early work giving it a pretty finish that isI I Oilier: 31 South I'alaf x St.A :
. I', 1".Ihlomart and IHVOHMHC. j at
is ..111'\\ nth,' reMllM! of hisr
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r It is luToiiiing; more and more popular : GENERAL 1' I
< teal training lie hat done
to cut the sleeve of the waist or jacket I Itt ) !
Dune but the healthiest
.. A Ng\r\ RE1EDY !
" flare in l af or lull -ohnl'* a few inchesIxlow
>t man nnild have done :
. the cllxiu\ and to a i : and cartful preparation.Kniiner's : which rcmh to the Wrist' )

.00 past showing the shirniu; ending! in mrruw bandoired or rather a new ccinbina- 51
I t'i sjM-clal l'IIn tion remedies.HEPATICA
l 'firVctnuTe is auothtr '. 1 of proven .

* 1 "i:.l.s: upon the lad It. :uttiful summer evciiinc toilets! art | rK\ \COLA. I' If
t'ark! of \\ite! india! silk!: mn'l{ or white : ,
Italian: : crape, rhilmraitly! .J"I'lIl'a,1 W ,IIi I ."
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\.1 11 beet ttt'npping. : : !
MaiL ppili.iiii; patters' and both v..Jeand : (SMITH)
: u oils way of w:1ppln l !.: rr..w insertimis ..f 1.Iu'kwliu 1 P.EPRr.CEST TWENTY-TN :

!'. r a irood one was dew or ih.intill.v! lace. 01: nest Itii;:"-:i.' j For the cure of all liver ills. LE" IHS(. KIKE. I IKE : ra s

:" iiilant: at a place on a tack:;;: alternate! ith these trfiHiiiiij': Al'r1nlvT. riPKLn-v, \ J
1 1nrd Avliere tioisjiuds mi. IK.IU built; and 1."li.c.-\"w York j jItir J substitute for Calomel OIASS ioUKASCC AND STEAM ., | !

!"ii-eke,! tin Sundays. It Po.t. ''t A .cpc'ciJicfor habitual con C'OMPA.MES ,
: II
I tl.-it: ninarily would lit 1
.171t (;lrl lip IViinled."I Stiprtion..Vo griping; no
t It that the
'tvi it luippeneil wlrn011." she said after he had i' {tain, yet very effective.Plasant General Aiezts e cf t ISig t.
was attempted toular proposed "that I !have studied law and I :

''': nMnnierh<> ti: I- know sou'.tthm; about the rights of wo- to take.Promote Life Assurance Society .,
In i-onMijuriHv! t 1,1.> lat.111 titan"
the natural secretion* of
_ and his \\ 1.l'd "In that case," he replied, "you are just U&ite States$ s.
the dilative HII! eliminative or-
dt was presented and the git: I f.>r me. If you have su.lil'.llaw.
gaits. ;Maintains the normal alkalinity
mast have d'scoxtred: soiut'thini
i\S; one was found on yen of tb! 'blond' thus securivg a !
,', 'mr'sIittl. atNiiit the right: of man aNo. and in that r.oltH"MPIWnF C} : r.
the Kvthine o >d'complexion and healthy' -kin.
I" iar ahead of cf fcisters. -
y<.u are many your l ]
"' was wron;:. He ."Clncaso Post. For Malarial poi-.ming and Jaundice

'i milotI!..,. The your -- -- Hepatica has no equal.
:Lock ItislsttHl upun havar'ns (11C1HEI.IE..' }'(lit ,AHTHM.

I"-- the numlter that Miss Maude hiekrnParsons, Price : 50c a Bottle.For .
i ith Kau, writes: "I suffered eight
the one ">n the check I -TO- l I
ds rarkman fused), and '\ Mr- with! asthma in its worst form. Sale: by Hannah Rro*., Sidney ; r

s-ftie. The young man sear I had and several was not attack exetr.1 tiurin? to the live last Kahn and Alpha Pharmacy. : or' :

"''e pent the I'ftlprlt'tl'r.S lusj.le the. hottl thr'nii'h:"':: HONI-Y them.AM I; bran TAK ail u-ia3 it FoLio hoe- PREPARED I.I LBY Ta DAl LY Y N S S Sj If'.

1 r later ho P. W. SMITH : ,
t prvsH'nted the never failed to'e immediate reIk J
:lUc! this jtimr ,the rorre- f." \V.A. D'Aleniteite.: 7 S. ralafox; St.. I'ensacoia. Fl I- j Ony! Ten Cents Per /


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THE DAILY NEWS : i "challenge comparison," and the i I FOURTH OP JULY
of the Mobile verifies .
; paper
At Kupfrian's Park Heneflt <'f toot
Entered at the Post Office at Ptnsacola the unfairness of tt.e comparisons (C"nrnh'al-I'r'oram for July iril, ST. REMNANT

1'1&. .a 6f'" matter. which THE News challenged -- M.On SAl[

O"7iCK: Pitt r.uilciinK.-'Kli South! Pala- and has ?o succesrfully' refuted. Aboard the Italian Bark Pieta the evening of July 3rd there

O\ street up-bttvra.. -.--' There was really no "isu'9" to will be a very uuiquetorl'h-lightra-
dncL-e," and if any dodging ha i Last Night.DBUjEEJf rude of the following labor unionin -,,
PtLLLED BY .lr -
f.tIlcd.mino costumes, winch
been done: it was by the secretary, \ '
THE NEW3 rCELISHISG CO. -- alone will be worth the price, on all
who dodged behind his aggregate; of': railroad* entering Per.sairola: :
Tt1E BlG
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Terrns-lnvariably In Advance. fxports and imports to build up Lis' Wypr's

One Year by Mail .. .... ..... .....*oi 'III own port by running; down a Dd h- -- the carnival elephant.
1I101ltllO' .. :> to Clerks'; Union. g CONTINUES.
six T&rwMoctb "..... ... .. 1u baring: : j ort. Cartes I2i-i E"il'n11'Ihe Mate Sr- S. 15. A. No. 1. ? $
One lontl1" .... ... ?[ The Mobile News also declares'that Knights i.f Labor.
Oa WwH, by Carrlt-r payable Moaduy Jo) riousij ttalbc in the Stomach
the secretary did not i iclude LOI1 g-lhlr 'mell. Short Ends in Dress Goods
ami lied This* 9lnrntn-Captain Cotton fcrewnipn.Typographical .
twi-se in his --
coa- shipments aggrgUe
THE WEEKLY NEWS: cf exports from that port which' Also tabb*uit--\ Theatrical; Union.CarpentTn' Union.. White and Printed Fabrics accumulated durin:

Publish..d every Friday at ref year wft are pleaded to learn. Sailor Badly Cut, -The Slate Shoot and Joiners' I'nioa. the spring conveniently arranged '
postage, If it a. fainter and Decorator Unions
TIm NEWS !is quite content with His Assailant.

the of the matter and Bricklayers' Union. on Center Counter.S .
TELEPHONE NO. 113.iia'ng present t pm There was an exciting and dra Electrical Union. ''

sincfrely hopes that it wil 1 not matiescene aboard the Italian: bark )[otorml'u and Conductors.

again!: find itnecesssry to refer to it. which lies anchored in the Mar of the Sea.I'mram.
Adger Rates Furnished on Application. Pieta,

The democrats ao are coming back must stream, last night, in which Railaele un.J It')' Ith.Sports S ccials Shirt \Bfaisis t anti Skirls.S

nut expect: a tingle departure to be made Pisano,a drunken sailor with a knife I at the park commencing at

UNION L.18tL., from the position taken by the party In' seriously stabbed the mate G. Scotto, 1 ::\\0 o'clock Fine Embroidered Waists $1.76 kind for $i 35.'
I**!. First, b..cau. the position taken ben io c1.nbird shoot between members
in the stomach badly cut a sailor $3.00 and $3.50 kind for $2.50.
was right; second. t would nut be "i'e to of Dixie Gun Club. }Prize

alienate those who were with us In loj.lIn stabbed Captain Mazzella and was leather gun case. All our $1.00 Waists for 50c.
order to pirate those who were then himself shot and had his hands badly Game of baseball, championship of
This paper Is on file with the against u.. cut while his shipmates were try West Florida ; five innings. Prize, All our 50c Waists for :!Oe.

BANNING ADVERTISING GO, The foregoing words are attributed ', ing to disarm him. 510 Linen Skirts, $5.00 kind for $3.50

Cndicott Building. St. Pan, Jlinn., Tvhrretnb to Mr. Bryan in an alleged interview. llailaele Pisano was granted shore 100 yards running race. Prize, fine Linen Skirts $3.50 kind for
'H .cribm, advertisers and otber: mar ., leave yesterday and immediately set pair shoes. S2.50Covert
t and where estimates will be friYeu If he maintains that position at the PODrace. half mile dash. Prize,
:ponune1QaCefurGENERALADYER7 6 to work imbibing bad whisky. Skirts, $2.75 kind for $225
Kansas convention the I fine saddle.
City against
While in a crazy drunken condition
urgent advice of many of his wisest about 8:30 o'clock last night he Gents bug- y race, half mile. Prize, White Pique, $7.50 kind for $6.00

FSNBAOOLA, JUNE 11 1900. i i and most devoted supporters, he will stole a boat from alongshore: and ivory handle gold mounted whip. White Pique, $4,50 kind for $3.50
_____ went out to the Pieta, which he Trotting; race, best 2 out ot o, half
I arrogate: to himself the prerogative boarded and started at once to raisea mile heats. Prize, fine set'of har- Parasols
1)EMOCIiATICOINEES.: :I -because of the almost universal row among his fellow seamen. ne:<. Fancy 33 1-3 off on all Fancy Parasols .

a : disposition to nominate him-of dic- I' The crew tried to quiet Pisauo and Running race, half mile dash. for this Sale. i
For Congress
tating to the entire party and insisting put him to bed, but he broke away Prize, line *addle. I
ri FIRST nwTuirr-s.. SPARKMAN.1.1STKICTK. AIS.. from them and hid himself; on deck. The elephant race which is open --- Ii i
lEEONI W. 1> upon an arbitrary and impossible While the crew was searching for to race any fat lUau in Escambia

For Jlrprenentaihr to legislature: policy that will inevitably result him he suddenly leaped from his county. Prize, bale hay, etc. 100 Brilliantine Goats and Vests for Gents I

MORENO JOB Rs, in a greater disaster than that hiding place and stabbed the mate, Best lady dancer. Prize, lady'sfine

J. E Hn.r \VOLKE. of 1MH>, if not in the utter disintegration O. Scotto, in the stomach, inflicting hammock.
For Sheriff: of the party. There are those a serious wound which proved fatal. beautiful Second best souvenir.lady dancer. Prize, a Just the Thing for Hot Weather. j
Hcotto drew his revolver and fired
GEOI: E 10:. BMIT1I. who believe-and some who hope- at Pi=ano, the bullet entering under I Best gentleman dancer. Prize, LtIrOur Bargain Hutter Picktd Them I'p. They ir- < ,, '"jJUilliant I

For Circuit Clerk: that this is preci-ely what Mr. Bryan the left arm, inflicting a bad but not : fine umbrella. --- -- - !

)t. ANGUS M. MCMILLAN. i will do. We do not. We reiterateour ,, necessarily serious wound. Grand display of fireworks at S 1
Pisano continued his mad career o'clock. Don't miss feting: it ; all
For Tat Collector: i belief that the convention will of the sailors the latet wonders.
and seriously cut one I0ii00u & Son.J. I
4 A.H.D'ALEMIIERTE. I, adopt a genuinely democratic platform whose name could not be ascer The management guarantees and thebest ) Ii
uf order Hud an agreeable ,
For Tax Assessor: I and that Mr. Bryan will accept tained.
i Hearing the disturbance: Captain pleasant time to all. i
w. W. U1CHAKDS. :i the nomination upon it. 1 Mazz=-lia came on deck and as be Excursion rates on all road: h good :[

For County Treasurer: : him for five days. Don't miss seeing thegrmdpt
approached Pisanoleaped( upon i
Mrcn interested speculation i is indulged M. HILLIARD & CO.
fourth of July celebrationever .
JOHN W. FHATEK. :. threw him to the deck and stabbeu ,
4 13 in throughout the state as to him in the stomach, but the woundis given i in Pensacola.;

F For Comity Judge: I i who is the real-and thus far un- not a deep one and the captain is Admission to park 2"i cents.

s. THOMAS It. MCCL'LLAGH. mentioned Jacksonville favorite not suffering any great inconvenience I and
School superintendent: 'I < from it. T1IK MOPF.KV m\l'Tl" Carnage Wagon factory.A
k R For for theroleof; "dark horse or, as .
of the
I C.Torre of this city, owner ,
ReS >. B.COOK.: they like to call it down there his Thrives on good food and sunshine.
Italian bark Alfredo was aboard 1
of in
with plenty exercise the
For Clerk Criminal Court: I "compromise candidate" for governor vessel which is anchored near the Her form glows with health op'nair. Splendid Line of L'lmise Boggles. right; from th, .

!oI.P. OSIF.o\. The \Ietropohscould probably Pieta. Hearing the cries aboard the I: and her face blooms with its beauty.If car-load] Lot. iu Factory"Repairing I'nce...
i Pieta he manned a boat with six of
For Justice of the Peace Utl District name the man, but it might not be her system needs the cleaning
; his men and went to the rescue. action of laxative reml'dih 1!' Attended to Promptly. '
: a !! uses .
1 JAMESK. LANDUUM. considered "good politics" by its : After a hard fight they succeeded the gentle and pleasant :Syrup of

t For Constable 2<1 District: i; trainers to do so.Prevented. i in disarming Pi=ano, who e hands Fig*, made by the California Fig 30 EAST GARDEN ST. : : : : : PlN.sM': \
: were badly cut by the knife they 1
# CHARLES P. KOBE.For i --- -- ---- ':Syrup Co. only.
I a Tragedy. were trying to take away from him.
it County Survcjor: Mute Bcotto, the wounded sailor "
W.C. BECK. I Timelv information given Mrs. i i and Pi=ano were carried to St. An Feeding. The ('(,IIIIIt'. "BUY THE BEST. "
George Long, of New StraiNvilIe, 1
For l\1t"mhf'rtI ScJuw Board: thony's hospital for treatment. No citizen of any community occupies '
Ohio, prevented dreadful tragedy Mate I'cotto died at the hospital a more responsible pla'ce in
A. \'.('LUHRS.Af' and saved two lives. A frightful this morning.If the social than he who
: system -
r. Bi.OU.NT, JR. ,, produces
E. WAUI cough had long kept her awake every Pisano recovers from his or supplies the means of subcitence tIT'S ECONOMY !
>I night. She had tried many remedies wounds, which he probably will he to the hungry masses. The

and doctors but steadily grew will havo a preliminary hearing before farmer wine( sows and reap, fattens I
C."IHII.nVHARTO BARKER'Sdeclaration : worse until urged to try Dr. Kiu:!'" Italian Consul H. 15. Caflero and kills the fisherman who harvests :

that the niiddle-of-the New Discovery. One bottle wholly and will then be carried to Italy for the crops of the sea, the miller Our REFRIGERATORS are Guaranteed to K. I
cured her and she writes this marvelous trial in the courts there. who grinds, and the merchant who I
have recalls and take lower than other the market.They .
road populists no past medicine also cured Mr. Longof : buys! and sells the necessaries; of temperature any on

Proctor Knott's description of the a severe, attack of Pneumonia Men may differ on politics religion life, are all equally indispensable to have an Absolute DRY AIR PROVISION': CJfAMCI: i :

mule as "that useful animal that ha :Such cures are positive proof of the or finance, but all who have tried human existence. Of all thl'"p.1I1':' Warranted Ab..olutelv OdorIH

pride of ancestry nor hope of pos matchless merit of thi grand remedy BAXEltl.n: are agreed as to its last mined coming nearest to the
no for curing all throat chest and worth for cuts, burn sores, piles conumer occupies an especially ------ -- --
terity." lung troublPE. Only .Vic and $1.00. and kin diseases. It's the mot difficult poition. The errors or I
i+ At the Every bottle guaranteed. Trial bottles \healing medicine in the world. \\'. shortcomings of all the others are I 3 Our Ice Cream Freezers! '
NEW PORK: has spoken. free at W. A. D'Alemberte's drug A. D'Alemberte. directly chargeable to [him, in the I

democratic state convention DavidB. store. estimation of the consumer. He WARRANTED TO FRKK/K: : IN :I' MINI: 1 IKno -
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Croker Edward J. 11111)1'; SKA. who succeeds in :
Hill, Richard TUlMJJt.NG .\\!> AUl'HOLSlKI.'IXC. siti-fying the larg-
Van Wyck e-t number of critical patrons N a :
Murphy :l1dUgUIUi and J. M. Howell has employed a.i expert Capt. P.isiiial Mirrahrll.tto SUl'cum!is nn-terof his art and proves his superiority : L.rPrice" Higher tiaii f"f In1-! nor in,.' I J

were chosen delegates, a platform trimmer and uphoUterer, and Heart Ii-ea- by results. Such! a one i i.. plain them to you.

WES: adopted which does not will be pleaded to n.un'OU very Ja "br. the Grocer, whose long exp :
demand the reaffirmation of th,' close pricefor lirteH work. C.\1't.l'i'lpt'l l Mirrahella, mn ter -'rienre and admirable huiiipsfacultief. : -
Chicago platform but endorse- of the smack: Huze, died suddenly of have won an enviable place for ); B. GERSON -

LAST \M-IK.S: FM'OUTM. heart disease aboard the smack, h: him in rstinnti-mof of ti! "' Pen"ac11 -
Bryan in the followit g words: mil. oil shore, Saturday night. puMi"! The evidence; of the fact 107 South Palnfox.ywr .
York s )
Tbed.vuueraey.'fthe tat.'nt Stiiiu--ntito I'orrin forts \\rio Valuf I
cxi*:> in tl.i: eIm nn.tls volume of
l vor t!I.., nitnaioii uf ',\ llllain J. "-ouii, | ,l ai \:_I.J!). The smack was anchored at theliailg business annually irans-actc at his .

of Nil.rn-kii, for jirc'-iilfut thetitatrs t'.II:""' !' Kevin sti'ass>;ips and U.reo Ailing ; groundVhile hearir.anchor plu'iand the eoti-ttt: growth! intiunbers w. B. V/HIGHT>> GOBI-[) '
nl thect'niiiii c"Lwentluudtt( l'II't.IiJrabeiLi: complained of i-f thusewhn deal with him. ---n-r' \
tii's: coiivriiti>u artLfrrtiy ve.-els! of a total loan'igc of 1 12-
scloctfd\ iij 1
delt'cn'cf iti-lius! ; tiddly: quit work, went aft N\> ::iaii in the lui-'tr'Ss: tries !hardt.r
ir.slrujteu tu uuutMith thv ru\y"r the! tin-r" *:1t1 II iu the 1'i-iua In steamships and eijrl.t; sailing; vt: 1II"lLw .uct uoniiiintlon; and \\" pledge 'j-ttbli-.iiii! '. -=_..: -= =, .. .
of a total tunll.l ;t: of Capt. Mirrubell.i's and Mr-i : hilarg>- < 'ut l- ; ; .
tit'uutuinn! -ui' ort of the clwnoerBP.v! tor foreign port. mother-in-law Mrs.! Frank lio hich, U'tliy stocktd with au abundant -up- LUMBER, LAT:

S..w lurktoruepatoltl: aldpttdrtsuch '1 hI: t'jpottsfor the week to f".ri >r.. t'f M Milton w cut;,....\lUll. t-igii ports were valued at'.i I hivinone! with him ou tint cim-t- cater to the! wantand t.i-t s ..f |H- [I 1.! r-"'' S 1hD C r "
-- 1 constantly olF-ring to I ::: } ;" :. ..
and! were s distributed as follow-: fora pleasure trip. i JI _._;
A \VK'.t,-K.uWN utgro agitator London. .. .... ...f .::1.? Thi! itinwk! arrived !hero yeter.liv them Ill theiwreltitsof the trade.In .-'" -J. '- \
named Fortune., ia addrfe.,sii.g; a Antwerp ._. Sus.4V..-I!t I and the body wa- Kit to Miitcti for liuudrt-il- ill"tatc'phOP'r": --_. __- l.t'X''Of'" I'
; of !in llrooRlyu, 2J. tlutlklrK.- i! burial on a -I'-cial train at S:;;'J have fi uIKt! Ids plac" art iell'* for --- -
met tI ;: uegrots 1.1" rp')o1 ..._ ..... .. .. ... .. I :.: ;;
Y.. declared that "Uuivwer lihont .. .... ..... i.:,>4: o'clock thi- mnrnill which they have-carelud:herein Ftatet'ntenion IlitfsEarli
iccei'.tly COFFEE
leI.UII Du.:8..... ... .. .. t',...Gnurius All tha smacks in the bay are 11I \- vain. Hi i.* nvitto i is : It Pays to 1 DRI IAttention :>
IHO.IIJII: wgrowith Grant's ....)rl", . .. .",&I: let : know d"cifif! mn-t pTiri-ha-.o afir
:, .-.ft ..... .. . .. .. I."I1t'h&lna :" I lag their eui"rat half mart nd.iy.Capt. Get the Kvtrybudr - army vinyl JAOurrtudored, and -..._. .. ... .. .. 10..:.",, Mirrabella I was a m"ml>i r !.f Laz Jacfby. and tho-e who know starting < f. ..f jn ..tiiiir at theregular '
when the great erik I'ome': ii 1'iiscountiy yIttartasraltrtn.l ..... .. .... .. .. :.,.I I the H-herman' I'nioa. a Knight; ofl'ythii" him know that JacoSy and Fair topa
rateand at the tinii' .
... . t "' -atne '
of Honoi.He term. :
MS it will come, there will l Kingston!: ....-.-..... ... .... :\\A': :iid a Knight Dealing -ynonymous procure from tp ticket :at'-tit a <., rlificiite Coinmciiciml
was om (.f the mort popular oti lljlw I
be i.OtKU'ini il.:htia<.- 1;'Kru"s v. ho will Total .. .-.t : ..yl! i the main smack masters her- -- -- -- -- : -h..winKlI'h payment of .;[UJ 1';, we ivil! '.
full fare delegnt". and tinrout
as i a
tho throats d -- -- -- -
be all\i"I1* t. ;;"t at The items of export were: I !tS.itedllisIeg. bv which return ticket will 10,' d.I) ', cerlijicdtc in i r.! .

tl1ewlitt"tlJl'lIl1ftbe." It i is'r and lumber, sIt..... ... .. i,7M I>1 SHAKE INT, YOUR SEOh3; }'. .\. iMnf-irth. of LaCJrar.go (!,i. sirH. The return ti''kotare! : th"II'

quite safe tuilirni that i.ot a di.zc-n sumgles fumlwr.sft.... .._ .. .. ....... .. IHIIUU 1tI..oiHula Allen's Koot-iuse. a powder. It cur.-s "ulfeir l -iit,bn-ipy| for !six moots ,procured their certificatex hole ,,/Jflflllil of our .1//]
respectable negrots in the South poplar! lumber,s ft. llwli'Onk OiiuTul. smarr In.:. swdllrn fret ami ingruwiru with a frightful running sure on his the ticket otfeeof.Iaek'Invilb! '. Java fllld r
lunitv-r att .. .. ..... ... 1m) iia.had ltuni:> takes the sung nut if would in any manner endorse or approve C Ink t.I\'S .... ... ... ... .. ... ... eStuslshutt'ebliekssks :;:4 of finis and liunmnv It's the L'rriit.icomfort : cured it in ten darn.I'or Jacksonville. April :!'i. |I drat (100) '
I dl"'It""r"r I be at"Allan's I' ... .
the crazy language; this unprincipled I; : 1-:1-(1 IIml;.,. tight or in ox ---'lo' feel fk\. ,'iinl- ]lure IJ'iiN. !
iiou,t'bul I goals, t>;ts .............. ., UiVorV t'1l1ilei" ir.lii,
aJventuier, but it shouldbe .1'I.r.lh. ....... .... ...... .. toIti.\i It Ii"c"rtll.a uur for t.-t.<-'HMtlDIt.' clltU.lInti Pain or Piles it's the I best salve in To thin e who drink \\"hl..IIfor': r i
recd njzll: as; the solemn duty of t'uttilJ.I'arB: .. .. .. till $ I nil tirrd ilru',;siit iielniK* and shoe Try otorrs.'It /" ilan.ol 1 y the world. Cure guaranteed. Only ple.i'ure ; HARPKR: Wl1i-kp}. adds beautiful Ice 1'i'r II'
Turpentine, bbl ...... .. ..... .... .. i *5llo existence. To tho-e who
.. .... ... 11111" lor :'V. in stamp' TrJ-il package 21e. Sold byV.. A. D'Alcmberte.1)ruggit. zest to
1 1 U
the of the South, and especially "in. > > l, negroes ; KnKK. \\lh..u t>.Olia-tvd.Le Euy.N.
for health'sake
o"pbftttJ rock tons. ... .. .. B.I71 <-v ;
of their ttew.-pa;era, to promptly feedm,'aLsks..fl .... .. wLeaf .*> y. i HAP.PKR WhikeJ"makes lib crs guarai'tcc it ,
tobacco. hhds . .. .. ..
repudiate the fellow and his iu- 111 ,, Tils 01 r. iusiNts4.: II, MOO.NUCI1T E\Ct.:: IOV. worth living. 'years{, leiIt1">l'n"Valuptl

oendury delirium. atingaftfr: eating, indigestion, I'nifik Oil t'o. Saicteils (\VuritOit ('wllrI1-l'il'h.' l'acfJlaIhtt'lic SOLD BY'oHIoJI al *. :. <>"
rlatuletice or water bra-h, may beuicky )) \:-;: : : : r.uos.,
Tin* News find'cased. C.. ('I i1!). '
<; !; corrected thpniuti th! use .'IS. "jir/u

The :'olobile6W; atkvvwltdle: ..f PlJICKIAASlt J nnl'S. It Notice is i hl'febgiHl\ that we The Pensacola Athletic Club ,is fensac'la Fh. X. (W.rn. '
strengthen digeitiou clean-es and have !.ild our liu-iness awl pood -tarting: it- series uf entertainmentsto I Prop.: :
of the
with al'pro\'al-ths practice reguKittthe bo\\ rN. bold by Han- will to th" Union Oil Co., L. lleden- NOIItK.YOl" I (Coffi Roast ;' a .*
pballow expedient of the secretary of nah Bro,, back bo given during the -uum with I
;. : proprietor. at't' -.lially invited tu ="ml ':
its chamber of commerce in inasriltgthat W.UUlOlLt'o.Hv a moonliglit excursion inclu ling; your old cl Jt-* to B*. We have tl niiiotnco'lTti ,,'
port's exports and imports to- 1I01!oEooIlO: :;IXG \\'. H. !Bn:1. hop and surf Irithin nil Thursday! and nl'-t.-dttr. rr'If'pl". Just Think of It '
June M. TIP: b' will start from
By an expert shoer. Any faulty We will repair and return tin-in to
gether in order to enable him to fi;- traveling horses shod at ufybur's In this stock are a lot uf new ga'- Pal:jfox wharf at S o'clockharp.. All vi-u by our "p..eial/lplivfry. ('ril brll "' '.
: :
ure out a total that would "beat" will go all right. J. M. Howell.If I lOline stoves which we will fell at are inured a good tirn> ,iid tho-e esed .: -,... l ,

that of Pensacola and eays: - | sacrifice price*. lc-s than it co-t to who ,tay at home will have something Vests Pant-Cuhgedid.. ; .. 1. .2 "'. ('f'l1loilH'cl f'lu'ITi. ".

Atiresent l't'D5I0Is''oum...of exports you want the best cigar: on the i make them. ;: to regret.; Ticket, no cents, I I: Coats !;4JI'.
market ask for Annie We solicit; the of the
tsppfu to l>o large, and the newspapers Held. Krueger: i patronage Suits cleaned! and pres.r-rl by crushed slmwlicrrii"f if|
Wm. Orr. Newark, 0., "We /
4 Kugleman, Agents. a-Jltf public for illuminating: and lubricating saws
make the must of the credit drrlvedfronllt. One' the 1:1 tct rroct-s-4.f l."M*
They have challenged comparison, and Mr. -- --- -- -- 1 oils and irioliiie the delivered to never Couirh feel Cure-afe in the without house. It Minute saved All other work reasonably rliap.. \l'. T (:'ITCH A. t'"/- for *
a'cepted the challenge, and they Golf good, lawn mowers, ice any portion of city. .
England Men's suit to order, from fIll sirup.Men's
freeiers {'. OIL Co. little boy' life when he had the i'l.i\ fir..
mail meet the Issue wit Sou: dodging. cream hammock and all ojlm \10\ my : pant tft order, froiiifl.ioup.MoHKI.TAlUKIM ('cut Tlip finest
of seasonable ------ pneumonia.: \\ ( think it is the best
Not only"at present" but during Willis sorts Hardware Co's.goods at the I will repair your watches and medicine made." It cures coughs ( '".. of pure fruit juin-s. l 11'1'

the entire pat, Penacola's exportsto jewelry in flrst-rlasa style. J, I. and all lung disease Pleatant] to Ill :South Palafox -trOft.trDrop
and immediate ; ua card and we will soda and( i if' rr.iin, .
foreign ports have largely exceeded Stephens. take, harmless ;gives : cream

in volume and value those of Mobile ,I Hood's Pills i I! A choice assortment of handsome relief., :S. Kahn.Stylish Hargis i. PharmacyJno.Shtpard send for-your-clothe--- -- -- :It 10 cents.WHO .

and it was this well-known fact 1 pictures oil and water color. in rich --- We will launder your -prfad.for

that the secretary has so persistently Po not ;gripe nor irritate the alimentary Irame3, just receivedat( O. M. Pry- led room and 15 cents each and make them look i IS RADER The
raaal. They lid gently yet tr's Bargain Furniture Hou; ". par- like new. .Star Laundry.
sought to obscure by aggregatingboth promptly cleanse effectually and that paralyze the
at low prices man
exports and imports together RADER has n small Hammock* of all style; at all v/rt-1 furniture trade with 10"

lot until he began this unfair method Give ComfortSold place but Oh My He cash or instalment plan, at of prices, at the Willis HaidwapCo. prices.

of comparison: did THE NEWS by all druggists. 25 cents. sells cheat Marston $ Finch's. .'a.


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S. Cromer; I. E. Tho Mayo; O. E. POLICE COUUT.

tOGflli HEWS nOTES John FreemanV.. I., Win. Cas- I -
tello ; U. K., Au ;. I erle. I Will Ward Fined 1'or Carrying Con- Re & Coo

The beautiful renaissance art square e.aled Weapons Halliday i j

ethibited in tin -how window of Twelve case 1, two discharged, one .1
t pu Ftuarolt and ridnit": CO:1P.U.: Friedman & Co. has been secured continued and $;;o in fines: wag. the

r Avittri Tueflay; fresh by Prof. Hall as a prize to the police court record this morning, 0--. ... ......-....... .......... ........ ...............1 'J
\fafimnm lriuirrntHe ytstrrilny, lady who sells the greatest number +! I '
"" tlnplm in l".t :I limIT', i!. of tickets for the P. A. C. bay: excur- J! Will Ward charged with carrying
Portland\ Ala. son[ and hop Thursday night. This i concealed weapons, was fined SJ5.: !
!lr rrl of was B8rgains-
..ri yeterdayi: is a prize well worth working for. I for Pet 30 day r Olsen*. a vagrant, as sent up Extraordinary

i ,:>- and family L'rewyettrddy. The II. R. Pitt cottage! at Lilli- Sluire.'ilJium.: drunk and disorderly -

: t'.,Jor.IH'r.. : rills hou-f will party thi chaperoned. week Lulus by a In\e'jolly ', was sent up for
i. .uj'l :M. Muller are in from and Mr*. K. C. Maxwell. Theptrty I j "I used Kndol Dyspepsia Cure in < Can You Realize Their Intrinsic Values. ; ;

: :i.:inks with ltt<0 *t'.ap- will consist of Mi=?e* Lottie Pit, i my family wotulerful result I
I)Ji-y Hyer, Mary Challiu. Nina i, It ivies immediate r.-lit-f.l.; plea-ant! --- ----

';: ib.. r,-th E.ItP E. :'e leee i is the, at guest Lau- Mae Charles Henry Ftrris Hjer.Simpon., Mers.Vaifr J. C. Watson Pitt,1 and i j i Overi-to take friend and," truly ray Iigests; ; the E. Hartgeriuk dyspeptic'sbest what you, Sale of \m\' Shirt \\V ai t t Sale (of bk1S Iiiilt Mi' t :.i' ,; t

James S. Leonard has .been I I fit. Cannot fail to cure. Harris : s at. .. .. .. .. .. S>> .-\.I"$1.I1)Hl.H'h! ) ShirV.iit! a.. s",cAll .1. "....... t'nllourU'J"ll1tehlrtal I I

:'i,'. ,.'Kelly;the excursionist of )Monroe; Ala here, awarded the gold medal in the pel-- Pharmacy-,-Jno.-Shepard- ---!;. Kahn. All our $..(t M White Kliirt W.iitat.. .. ... .. .. .. ..*. I.4.J our $17i 1 I'lu-K "' i-ii W.i i-t-i ,.it. .. .. . .. ..$1.45; i. ",;. 'j
.. : linK contest atIf'ux'< Hu-iuPS3l:01-: All our $2-j" Itaclhirt! 'O'ait* at .. .. .. .. .. ..$1-75 {.. .; ..j
: loge, vv a score of U5; 13-1'J: per cent I'orcnr A nujtUAi All our $:..-.."-) White. ShirtV..:-S at... ...... .. .. ..*I I.7"iAll All our j.,..--..-) l'la"r:1'I'rr Waisn at.. .. .. .. .. .. ..*:.-/."' .1.-, .. I

IC,: club moonlight excnrop'lhurnday The stiver medal was awarded to I I'rhos. Peter iilKon hal an Exciting Tusslo. ourr3.o\VhiteNhirt\Vait.", gIrAllnnrt'olnrfdrhirtWaist. t<< ell-e Out at : .4

night. Tickus. W. rtaltmarsh on a core of Oj With All our |4.75; White Shirt Waists at.. .. .. .. .. .*:; '':. About Ct and Le,.. than Co-t. '+I'
., j.lJ per cent. The content has extended a Burly Negro. --- .! .
over a period of four months Peter Gibson. an employe of THE AROVEAP.E ALL OF THIS SEASON'- \r.\I:E": IXfLflUXG. THE LATENT TYLE, .' .

t.'i t. Hoi.bina of Kept-fa, Bob Untiling were visitors and and consisted of 350 words. Thompson, Olsen & Co., had an exciting -, FRENCH BACKS, mESS Cl'FS. TUCKED. HEMSHTCIIED. ETC.. AND AllE HAKE llARfiAIXS. .- 'f.1 .!

.-tt-rday. Mrs. J. M. Muldon pave a "iinen set-to with a burly negro burglar : '
shower" Saturday atternoon complimentary : Ladios' Cambric Und erwear !g at his home 409 East Garden.
i. w ttiming: on account of they a bride-elect and the friends of street'! last night. | A very Large:; -\-ortml'lItlll: ; Reliable: Q i-ilr.i0* : Full! Cut : Superior Sh-ip..-. W* welcome: (Mo-p!'t Inspection ;" ; ,
w <.ather. this popular young lady ''showered"tier During the night Mrs. Gibson ;,' of Every Garment. We offer goods of uerit and at prices that in.tke them EXl'tptiotal'Ilne". '. ,
heard some! one in the house and It
Hal Uubinsou of the Gulf Transit with dainty linen articles both called to know if it was her husband, Calicoes Etc It's !.
Percales : -
ornamental and useful. The lovely I ;
( ttce!! farce has none to Chicago but, not receiving any answer she
home of Mrs. Muldon, on the western :'
a pi '.iurexf.\ awoke Mr. Gibson, who quickly'

Nora Corbett of !San An- bay !!shore was prettily deco leaped out of bed and confronted a I|i All our j-inch 12l..c Percales now.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. I-W-Yad! ; (''-[ton for .. .. .... .... .. .... ...... .... We :<
M l rated for the occasion and the guests "
Tex. is the of Mrs.F burly negro burglar.As i 1 All our bestStaudurd Calicoes, including :O-IIIp-; ...... .. .. i* ,- '
guest were handsomely entertained. quick as thought Mr. Gib-on :1 .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. f-c 12 Yards-J-4 Extra Fim Cotton for .I!.la3sun'sat ) wTj.
LeHarou.I .
:ice It. Among the new suits impending struck the negro a straight from the'1..Allourbe"tthirting-Prints: at. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 4i- 11 Yard-I.iC\mbrictor., .. ... .. ... ... .. .. ... .. ?1.00 .J. I,
I Ladies's: Auxiliary of the P. the circuit court was that of H. Haars shoulder blow in the face where- -- --- -- -- I'. I
A t w ul meet at the gymnasium at vs.l'rice& Pierce, the First National upon the negro turned and fled for : }:H!
4 ,ck to-morrow morning. Bank of Peiisucola, et als., but on the back door, through which he Decided Reductions in all our Colored Wash Goods. .; .J.!

IS'Xal Il'nth the June rule day the same was dismissed had entered the house. .w
I family picnic at i
Mr. Gibson followed. On the I.
.,,..ilia lllulf was largely attendedireatly filed.i/This, no declaration suit grew out having of the been cap back gallery the negro stooped to' TELEPHONE'.';}, 11. IIi1I.iLID.iCO.. :n.::, PALAFOXHT.r .: '
enjoyed .
yesterduy.H of Baars V. The Peusacola Land fe pick up his shoes and coat from the :
I N. H.-Jut Received New Line of Straight Front Cort (tthe .'(' thhg.ety Lm of Hoys', Cam- .
E. Miller I and child and E. M. Lumber Co. et at.!, ., which was tried !, floor where he had left them before !
of Pineapple were among the at the April term of the court. the he entered the hou*E'. Just as he Skirt.----------- :

.' at the Escambia yesterday. result being a verdict for the : innts. leaned forward Mr. Gibson came up -.
defen.t'l. with him and struck him a blow OIIAXD CAKE AVAIK :
li T P.arkerJr.audwifeof: Ham- that knocked him down but he 1I

.\h., arnvcu in the city yester- With the steady increase quickly leaped to his feet and escaped And Terpsichore Entertainment f r I ... v .
i andregtteredattheMerehants.t' number of Pensucolians who are in the darkness.Mr. '.. !
i lie Henrlic of Christ Church UiiiUl114 I
spending heated term at the vinous Gib-on has the 5
negro's shoes
'-.. C. Casperson and little son I { Fund. i
d on the Norwegian steamship cottages along the western bay end coat as couvenirs. }
: .lou; on a visit to relatives inN shore, comes a !greater demand for a I I The Swell Walkers will presentthe I 1- V

-way.thau's. dummy little later than 6:15; in the Hannah Bro<;'. are agents for De- following interesting program! at \.' .
afternoon. It is said that many Wees' Cure Diarrhea Rein
Cough I
ArmoryhallTuesd\ 19, 1000),
h. : hath house was the ceuf more business men would move 'dy and Witch hazel Halve. They -(
,, attraction among the excuriiits down there if there was a dummy at I guarantee all three of these beginning at 1 S:50: p. m. sharp: i iFKO I ,

as well as the general public say 7 or !S: p. in. each day. This and will cheerfully refund preparations the
:-rday.t dummy would also enable Pensa- money to any one who uses them Overture........ ..... .. .... ... Orchestra
( 11\ )Miller wife nn'J two chil- colians to visit their friends at the without being benefited. Price ::!.j I, Maudoun and Guitar Quartet Messrs.Mooney. .
navy yard and it would undoubtedly .('sidwel I. 1'ollock and I'oner. I
a and Miss Daisy Miller ISrew- cents each Tenor Holo-KorKet those Words In Anger -
increase the travel over the road. ...
were at the Escambia ------ Spoken .. A. K. EskerBass
guests THE NEWS has been requested to AN OPEN LITTER. $uio.. .. Archie Kownsteinliuck q ;
r frday. x call thh matter to the attention of I and Wing Dance ..__ Willie FaunsTeaorulo1)rt I
I I, aini .Kosa K. PollockKarttnneboloKorTliis.
Aiming the excursionist here yes.I Captain North up. To the Honorable Delegates to the : .._McKc McCI 'llftnSclectlcms i
Miiittr Ala. P. --- ----- ... .. .
gar from were E.Kt"J. I State Convention at .JackliOn\'llIl', ? Elite .iuirtcl --ii.

I II. Keyser, W. K. Lide and Louis .... Waibel, Ph. O., St. Louis Fla. overture Pollock. .McClellan.. .... __ Mooni-y. Knst-nstem.orchestra
I.I :1lisua.Among Mo. wrote I have recommended
, cake walker*led
Gentlemen have always voteda rand march by by
\ the visitors here from TEKTHIXA when the doctors gave full democratic ticket, and I intendto the inimitable leader Walter White
Ala., yesterday neat-I, up the child and it cured at once.COMPAUVmE CANDIESp
were vote for every man nominated by and participated in by the following
-- -- --- -
lu: and Maude ISurne, \ the state convention; but, for mercy's well known entertainers: Chas. W.
J. ,bins and Lewis Lambert. EXPOUIS. sake nominate a man for state superintendent Merritt and It H. Juma, Ab Thompson -

Irs Mary Wilson graduated at IVnttacoIa'H Percentage of AggregateKipuriM I of education who is and n. A. Vocovich Willie .,'';I--,%rILL :\rAI"'I: \i h":
able to write the English language Hheehan and Willie 15oso, Dan SulI ?
I College .
vtre Spyrtanburg, H.i from all Southern Port, of I
.i-t week with high honors. She I correctly. liven and Ed Quinn, Ross; Pollock
fawn Timber and Hoard Deals Behold few gIlrlngerrors and Babe Jordan, Geo. Mooney and
r>M'ted home this week. a committed PENSACOLA FAMOUS !
z and Planks, From August, IKD'.l' to by Mr. W. X. :Sheats.: Archie Iloen Iii; .. Chipley Light; Infantry will Hate. "How are waste material elim- and McKee McClellan Will Run-

.' a dance at the armory next According the American Lum inated from the blood?" yam and II. T. Robinson, J. ( .Whiting .ji
1 v. '!IY: ui lit for the benefit of the berman's", monthly tabulated statement "Name the countries to which and P. J. Maddox, Ellis W.
organized, Citizen's baud. of foreign exports of timber Florida belonged in proper order." i Fritter and J. C. Porter, R. C. Caldwell -

; i '. idy of the mate of the Hrititkentine and lumber, Pensacola's percentageof "What effect has alcohol and tobacco i and Henry Hyer. W. S. GARFIELD & CO. ,
on digestion?" Contest for the cake: Each couple t .
Athena fell the agpregite! exports from all
v >,irJ at 1'erdido wharf Friday southern ports of sawn timber, and "Why are each of the following allowed three minutes time W. S. GARFIELD President; R. H. TURNER! : Treasurer; C. H. TURNER. Secretary. ; i '{
i i r i' drowned, was recovered board, deal. and planks, from August celebrated in history?" The entertainment to conclude

.' .:. iiy.; bml.. to date was as follows: If Murray and Kirkham could be with a dance. '. I II Ice and Cold Storage. + '
brought back to these mundane Reserved seat on sale at COl. i m
.\ -. :"4ar meeting of IVnacolaN. : h fil Sawn Hoards.1'lanks.Deals shores, and realize that the grandold i cents; general admission 50 C lIte.
'. : ... :H, K. of 1'., will be held Aueu I..t .. ;,I.1i:! aim iTllclob % state of Florida i; eudnr-iuga --- ---- -- *'e will!! Cartiui!* to Jell! lea a'! 25 Gc''s prr 100 Psniid! : iI
'ii. at winch all UK inbers are .IIl..III:" 1' ... r11Yi' ; :, 'o man for state superintendent, who Ielegntes; I.ptt\liig For Homo.M11. .
.' -ted to attend. All knights i' .. .... 'il."" X U: OFFi'E.1ND1'OPi'l'! M \ YNP.Ni i1 1:1Milli I 'l| fjKET. .
!I :\\'hl..r :'.:'.f ..7 mutilates the English language? .w A UK cn, June 9. Consequent g gTELEpt'ONE88.
.i :.11'Illslbll. I i 1"'IIIU..r .. "'.\'" :!t. .. Mr. Kheats does how great would be the adjournment uf the Club'I' :' .
1 iccrtMii supper will be trivenJio 'i I luau. their surprise upon I .. .
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I 1.'-iHu-H.. of H. M. MrrKt at I January IUo! :: ;:".:! It is a burning:: shame for a tate Woman's league the new board of directors : -
i\'.. i?.ju.irrow night for the benefit" February .. III'I .'..;.: superintendent to bo unable to sp.-ak met with Mrs. Lowe, followed j,
I .. .. .. .-. ,
March -: ivii
t.t.! I K .jr.i-l i-hiiuh of that 1'l.if' l"lml ::::..\ :::! ." and write the English lauguige cor by: a coufwonrc of the cjnnciL There i i' DRINK
s''ou-aniii.iiii are m\ittd to attend. rectly.Why. was also a mooting railed! by ;Mrs. Herman i
Habiinil not nominate. F. ;\leBi'ath.thr lull! of Chicago, cbairinnn of rh.'
: Ci tip'ttiell i:! the door l
Mr Andrew lray; formerly bnokji scholar, the! consider
of gentleman, the editor art committee, to the further
,-r for ill** Southern\ rtttesi.inn-: through many 1.-
and teacher? of home inlu triiUnle
promoting !
> -
ills of the body are admitteii. The |
I \ilh'j\\.lJut: nowfen'- I Ite >ectfully leaving, but some of the club
l l and trea-surfrof the Fiirnswnrth
1. E. AI.I.KV \'OInln1"111 remain over Sunday and .H
: '
I'lTTKR": will .. '
.. i rell1iuml cure thi- .
r Co.. w.*> uiarriod May It';, at -- -- -- pOrtiehave been fornn-d for pltaeuretrips. ..
i .11.t Iiiil., 'th<> brad luiugt. i l dNtrr -mg en lit.:i thJ1l. Sold by Ildiii .. .' '' '. 7. '
: ,
;i Cyclic: ; has its tips and dowr-. ____ -. iJ / "
\ .. ltiai1tlof! that place. j n th iro< After the downs uf UAXXM ..: !!> I J III:<; f 1'
-- ----- .
i, .Inly \.+ ") f .
', :-ALVE if you're cut or lrnitl. I It II. f:' A f. P : .1! .:
i'i' th" ( CotiiltiLt and I Ii. \tTlt7:' ,..
!I'l'.iU tin! hurt \\'. A. ATLANTA, Jaii1" '.Preliminary an- .. ; ..
i..1., I i' *'L! /li.lVf:; been I quickly.: rl 7 J. A'1 ';
.- i i. .".*., : :M. \\'. John Hi... I! Ti"Tf trill In1 a ret+ilar D'AleniufTte. nouncvni;nit of the: ';"-0111' and general I i \ f't\ Wi .. : 1 : -
..\ I.. inns Ito.-. .! :' ; It.1 I Ill ,'Itll nl Mt. ilc.rt-;> !!. -- -- plan of the troi.thirn:: Inrlll-trial leagueruiufiitui'i : .f''ilf ;j.1J .f r.tfLI. \ .... "-. :ft : .
fD .. i
V.MI; ;; : I'. r*.,51.! Jt. ll.-il ; tf ; .1. f'hair, r chi tweaisg .1'1:l'l.\!. uhicU will hihiM in Atlanta %W: (I', ':r !;; !,' b'' J .. ;. : ..&,.; t .'
i ,:. l'I I "l.l.ill ; Aliniiii"!', I Why. when .ii flvifla ; Ifl and '.:!II. bag U1 ; : '''.;, ," :? : ,;, .1 I .c.-:' ,
you HPI a \ July 1s u made ):1' ,
: : ft .
W. i:. AMUK-O\ : Ir { t.-t'; l& 1 :> ,' \>.. :< :
1 t
i : lI'r. A.: H..II.l' nl home: ,I. in e -
v < dt io to -ii ?;I. llnu- ) uiilu \rt purjiO'-1 IUFlm the l.-oad ,, h ." :.' .
I J. r. HITr: t.W..H i I, r' ri'ehry. *eli 'p' builds fcvr-rytiii.r! on \vi.. ,.'-. itt:.! youl iiitt'r<"t attaching tn th. ; ;fairl: ?v. N:.:<::1! ..:..,y tY I ,>,"... \\I'.y./.:.I\...;..' -, rn:

-- -. -- ,- -- qnr-tu.n to h' < i>tnv>a-d, the < mi\i\ nn >u i t J''' W.\--)J. lti1it.. :(rN9t,1' ;:g 'k 'i .:;
II will transivinl in in>|iorrancp nor -, !' .f, > J .,.: '' ,"", .. .
pr'vioii1 \11. ;. (iol: r: 'i .. !!..tJ'4 ;
I1C .E'150'y, IC. ,Y 71 1U'll1 .tr1all"v"uti..u emir hell in pV. n4r.. '" ......,...-r ...) ,,.;,,_ __/,' :t t7... .."H"... ', -.iio.\tt.: !...,.))" "'- .;. it" '
F OE: Ji $ tLL4Lit I-SMPhC "' "TORE the snith.Saurfarvl. J. .A' ; \ ; -- =; ..:'" ""' :>- ;y' iz.17 -'' r .
: r Qzr. -.i xure- \-\-Inner. \ i' -''H.{.fre1r'v't&; J ",:.'", ii..f. ,"f" ...

f; h..... \j ....... ... .! i 1--t .
:\hXTGOUity.h.., .lain- 9. $of -:' .
Th 1.yrt"
i .:--f.i ...1 ,:t.-'{' :VA'J, r t. ... .
iSPECIjL\L SAL ;. rntupatrn: in this statef
of! a governor ai-1 -':.*e oili'-iTs fironases ; ; ;itt : .-,
-OI'-o to without fjswfnl interost. All tin) Wjjfr* I
dl'llu'nlS! c..IIIJr.l'amfllrl >
opi.eetl t. :
.....--.......(I .....--...... ''
r .. wairin; uiiionz; tin nlrlres. bur wire'they
--. ___ .
united\ muM
-- -- -o- tlitv not nr.oot; the
nil) re-ult as tli'- .Tif.infoll ,i .
gout nppe.itlon !
couM not p >ll more than nip-tLir'i 'LEWIS BEAR & CO. Sole Agents. f fj

.. S HIR'fW AISTS AND SKIRTS! of the 1i entire Open vote l'i fit Iviiulin the s.i! I'iol'lCDUMHIV. ".. -. j I I I II Ii i .A.IJSO yon, '

:ij::; C.. Junt- 9 -Tu MCri'tary 'Old! Quaker, Hunter and Parole Rye Whiskeys.
c. 'I
of state hi: i?ue.l a romiui-viiju 1
- '- '- --
to the Paragon; I endeompanv: which :::Chesterfield Bourton Whiskey.i .-$::

will lie line 3 miles Ions from
a running
r V Y t) CV Wo would think they were Stolen if we 'Y W tlio IVragoii kaolin mines near kingley : ; Itismartk's Iron :\f'....
T i ou the line of the Southern railway.. j i
I\l did not know where they came from. .It' I .
ly .It' Ths road is to be a narrow gauge affair. Wa the r<'-tilt of hi .' : : i i .'

The capital htock is to be 10.0UO, with : heiil'h. Itdundtahleiii ., ', i -
S--- --.::- -_:= r 2 -- 'J m"nllnf'r! .'
the privilege of increasing to $20,000. i I y at : n-
iI where bt ni 11-1.I Liir. Ivi ::.' 1r: i '
: \Tiir. LINE or L.nII'IIIn:; ; :SHIUT WAISTS: RANOIXU IN PRICE FROM u--. TO *2. I I Hovels ,. I r
ar" nut ct i-r.'i-'. I' '- r:
this sale $1 each. Have you seen those chgant (i Want the-- (fjniliti" und t1! ,. -l1t.i.o--- '

'I'lli.c WAISTS THE SI WAISTS: Hat tan Rockers at they bnn:;; -.Ir. Kin.Xw: .,!1'
f I I
l '
PillThey develop evry j" vi r "
this sale 49c each. this sale 79c each. Jlll'slon $ Finch's/ I bran and body. Only :!->cit \\'. A.

____ _c_ J\I tbf'rtp'- drug -to'-

hVI Slue Duck Skirts, this sale! SQc each I Plain: Crash Skirts (better grade) this sal) $125 each RO:4 & co.'r; Large e''nsignmeutotes: ,.-t;: r- ..f- ,

Nall Blua Duck skirts, ( braided) this sale 75c each Crash Skirts (braided) this sala ... 75c each FLYIron SCREENS. i rocker Pryor'" Bargain I.tte-t art Furniture df"i/*. Hnu--it / I'L.:. ,! 11C-4 I_

I May y Blue: Duck Skirts, (white strips) this sale 50c each Denim Skirts (braided) this sale 90c each bedsteads in great variety, in I

Plac: Crash Skirts, this sale 7Sc each Denim Skirts (braided) this sale S1.25 each : white enamel and mahogany, brass I C1t.STQrtT.& I
t trimmed elegant! design, at O. M. glee,.the Bird Ia Yaa I'x' '" z"e.g.attt

,,; Pryor's Bargain Furniture Hou?e. a!: # I -- -

NAVAL. STOKES MAUKKT. --. .- "Of cour-1-it's the IUt W > atli '
THE r.IUUKR THE PILE THE SMALLER; THE PRICE. THEY MUST GO. I only the) jj,..t in Everything
Imported Daily for The N>wt hj Have money by making your ice in
5000 Yards of White and Colored lOc Lawns in 2% and 10-yard pieces, ,, Mw r.. A. U. Mote A Co. I cream at home. The best, quick I Drugs Chemical etc

this sale 6c yard. i I Roan:,. Go's.freezers:' at the Willis Hardware g W. T. Green & Co., '

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(r.\*k for Ticket in our June Drawing. They Cost you Nothing and you may Win :a Nice Prize. WQ_.._ q :111 _._ IIII ----- 57 S. Palafox.Hannnocksin ,
_,_ 15: U._ 1 a. The best refrigerator for > .
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Yours K_ .. 1 K lJ___.__ lli: the least money at Marston i
W. J. & B. FORBES. t.--- 1 05 aUstyles I
Truly, 8P &1T8 T &PIt.'lTlfE-:' l1a. <$' Finch's. I Marston $ Finch's. ti 4 I



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Air Cut Off nil Arm. I -

SATANICITCH. James McMuilen lost his arm In a
ECZEMA most remarkable manner the other dayIn ,

a laundry. McMuIlen stopped at the

r wringer and held his hands over it to

r This most aggravating and tormenting of all skin diseases is caused by an acid condition of dry them. lIe got one hand too low
so that the air suction caught It and 1
the blood and unless relieved through certain instrumentalities too muchof ,
this acid poison reaches the skin and it becomes red and inflamed. The itching and burning are his arm from the elbow down was tak

almost unbearable especially when overheated from any cause. The skin seems on fire, sleep or rest is en off as by a miracle. ic

impossible the desperate sufferer regardless of scratches until strength is exhausted.This The wringer Is a large circular iron

burning itching humor appears sometimes in little pustules discharging a sticky fluid, which affair with a smaller bowl inside it in
forms crusts and scales. Again the skin is dry hard and fissured itches intently, bleeds and scabs over. which the clothes are placed. The
i This is a painful and stubborn form of the disease. smaller apartment Is perforated with for infants and Children.

While Eczema Tetter, Erysipelas, Salt Rheum and many like troubles are spoken of as diseases of holes
sides and
upon whole
the skin they are really blood diseases because TIle Kin You lIa\ e Always onht ha Imrno the -irm.
thing! revolves at the rate of several ture of Chus. II. }'
t"tdlt r, mill has "eii iuul under In.

THERE CAM BE NO EXTERNAL IRRITATION effect thousand is that revolutions the air a currents minute.within The personal ruperyi-ion fur over :>() year,. .1111tin onto ,-

WITHOUT AN INTERNAL CAUSE. the wringer are as terrific !In their deceive you in tin*. Counterfeits Imitations tint
"Ju..t-as.good" are hilt Kxperiinriits and 'IIlan'r
power as the cI'ntrrt'Ctl ll of a Kansas ( : Hu
If the blood is in a pure healthy condition, no poisonous elements can reach the skin. cyclone.t'htn a cyclone strikes: health of Chihlreu-Experience against i':aperiutcnLThe
o t. 'e External applications of washes lotions and salves sometimes mitigate the itching and soothe the a
inflammation, but cannot reach the disease. Only S. S. S., the real blood medicine can do this. brick building and hurls it to atoms, Kind You Have
S. S. S., the only purely vegetable remedy known is a safe and j/errnanent cure for Eczema and all deep-seated blood and the force seems appalling and Incom- Always BoughtBears

skin troubles. It goes direct: to the seat of the disease, neutralizes the acids and cleanses the blood re-inforces and invigoratesall prehensible. The accident to Mr. Mc- the Signature of

the organs, and thus clears the! system of all impurities through the natural channels ; the skin relieved all inflammation Mullen was equally m 'itlfyln: ::. The lflm
subsides, and all signs of the disease disapper-r. Instant his arm came into contact with

"1-'. I.-raoj Hoffmin,ti Cardingtcn.Ohio.says she wag afflicted with Scrofulous sores and Eczema the current of air it was parted at the
frnm nth Her face at timrs tame M, Uidly swollen that the was not re.ujmzahle; and her limbs elbow. true part lay en the clothes
and ham. wrrr VCT ...'re. S-he war trcattd ky all the doctors in town without temp hcacbucil. and in
her rarrlM fir relief; wa'.toM rv an oM ihioicun to tukr S S she mlmrH! hUailvicr and was sss that were In tie: machine, and the other -
l ymroptlv rurrj. mid hb never had a return ..hbe di-rasr. Thi..-ali*ellle..11 ynnalo.h..- sincerely dangled (:.,1his shonlder.! There
flirvr I h w:1d j for..the s." was nothing: about the machine! to g\e!
him even a scratch. In Use For Over 30 Years.
Send for o".r hook on Blood and Skin IWar.esand write physicians fully about
your The nerve exhiWtf.l! .. .. ,...
by ?.Ic.MulIenwas TNO nn.u Cona.a n Mua..v Staff tw "
case;they w ill chrerfulygive any information or advice wanted. \Ve make no charge for this. Address S.lft Specific Co., Atlanta Ci.ilapplm.eaa. wondiTfr.I.! "It never touched -- I ____ _. ..-'--=-"".... .-. IE _-"

me." wss the first thin? he ssl.I.i The <
girls la the room were sen-arums! and Ills to .I' J. I. !Stephen-i r ,Imf'lIt '
THE TURF REVIEW. I BRITON AND BOER. McMullen;:;:er-ill. Mi: S .-.11 I: vi-1 of I Solid StRoger's '... _'
"I was nti'ialy party to a discussion <'almlInrorn11 then thatIt hl-! ...'l..lIll.j m ihii ..,.111..1'\ I .a Knlv--. F'rImporters .. .
," raid a doctor "whore the A on'v.'n colony, pinm-d 1 too the empire
thou of the nature of happiness! arose, raptly iiun-h-Hfd I.rr.\ 1:. IJlalr, Ins liy bajout'tN i j.. ,Illhtr!<'U'o s fate for and told them to U- still. He was taken ThinlIml.h--.r h- \\t-il'l. ylrjierI -

and a certain! wise heal present was diaua;>ols! will In t:>t-d for matinee many j>ars.-Illmira Jiizt-tte. to a hospital and |las! r>rn was amputatcd !1 ) understood In- !h t'I H i.

asked to define it. His reply was MI tarps;. It is nut quite cUarlietlier lnft..irJ COMto the sloulJi-r.-Hutch- iiiiiio marks! .f n"rutt from in* r\1:

satisfactory that I trust you will allow Korkport. 0.. Hilvd "D nominatl.u ; or Ixnidon was lII"ren'allj n-lit-v- !non (Kan.: News.A litlzms.:

me to ri'jwat It for the benefit of those :. to its early dor-in; i.2-"i; pace for rtl 1-y the rang; ; of the sit ;:,-.-Milwaukee -- nd.ll'hI'l1.ilanh..h-YI'S.1'ress.Sllillnr. dollar mrrl1'lll! WI r

Interested. the AniNt incetiL.:, anti to the i:0i! 1I Sentinrl.
'He said: 'JIapIJ 1w's is a state of trot 2:'. It wits nlmn'-t unin-ct'ssary to deity the gd! cftu't ft'tn'!: of any one being In lint DIITrrrnl.Te I .

mind-more active! than t-onti-ntaipnt. Prank! IiusM-11. at cni time the lendtey ri'iHiit; that Kriiger had sped humbly for love without using, tli.-: worl "diaper- got a liriiiU idea. Ocurgi," I I ..:.d I'. n.
less and than peace. :\ob..I} uut.side (it Croat: ISntaiiitivlifvd ately..Atchl.son Glol'e.OATARRH Kidam'iM: the niaidrn AuTo
jironountvd mart abiding
I l hgtwvigld: ;: Ju-key: (if the west will it.-Now York World. the y. i ri: man bj h..r s.Je.A i Chinese and
joyfulness; whose principal and IIt'r.roa1'Dt take! i.r.nt.i at the: C.:iciniiati: lntt-tht That that the suilirams kisJ lur Lair. Japanese
he is
Iinttrnay: not forget
is in disposed
source :i tPiniwrarueut
to make the l et of what is: ;:s this sn'laIlmit ;. still on earth. Huberts moved over nearer Nasal "S d. "'It 1 ," q-l V. "acd I I'm ?ur,'. *=Fancy Goods. %
.\ l Di'rty. ILe'-ytarod! colt to Pretoria. Hut it taKt-s several more II y01 V"I'l t; I t -i"rtl I' g'
whose I immediate occasion Is !in a coiisciousuess by I.::JI'.J. :2Wt. out of ;:al'-y Hanks1'riM. moM-s to net into the king row.-Pitts- Vu ina:, i f- '.., .r .-t,r. I II I FINE CHINA TEAS.
which. pli-a las: I..IWI a ijuaiirr iu o!; secs ,
present. Is without acute regret or Undue In all ita stages there :Jcag Ara;
: .ia.N at ItcadvilliA :: -. The Hand i Is the real objective of the thouM be aleanlmese.I1rrVIElt ) airEly's : I No at South 1',141.1'0" -. .
snutaern! Nt".v ri:;:.'.!idnuit! I N l"JII1IJui-u. When the British pain Laundry Ollico l'K\ ,
: Cream Balmcteauaessanthesandheas
"What better definition could one : v
possession of that they will hart gyii''d; i sj
l..eil : lu tilt! rifles: of New
New York ;;: of. taking;: HEINBERU I BROS. Z CO.
have than this? Sun. ail: that the uitlauJcrs desire to inhabit ,
--- --- In-ilford.: r aviI1(!:( I. Ii-CTti\e.; Atllt.- and all of which they can make any present the dl..d mC:1br lie. S .c'' to ,
The neat lie Could Do. i oro. 1'all Kiver and Newport. use.-Xi-w York Times. licnrrstatarrhanddists l( / I L -GOLAY (

":\Ir. lUaine" sIts the Washingtoncorrespoudtnt Liicrathe. L'Hli. I.a report ttt! on'itild The tar of Baldon-I'owll is now in the \t ay a,cod .11 t L o IIc..J

p of The Chitttgo: Kocord. 1'f good auiiionty: to bare trotted aseruJnut. He is the one Kugliah soldier qutck'y.Cream Balm placed! ) Into the nost;!'., !;>'en.s WH 0 L tE SI AtE GM QC ER j Grist and Corn Meal M:1L: ;.
"used to tell a of an eccentric In-
story mileat wao has made popular record in the ,
tin- \la\:-t iju.iiurI a \vcik out o a over the mciniirnno: and is a'leortnd.! Ke'ie.'is: immediate i I
. dhldual In Maine! who was never Ihl'l'hfol.tH O:1:1'.1rk: track! at llartfmd. :South: African war thus far and as he end a cure fo.Ion: It 11 ant dryo-IloI's IB. F. (GONZALEZ; & CO Pr. : ,

t known to express: an opinion on any in :::"> !'" ,'oUtls. seems to be level hcadttl he is likely to lot produce(ncc ;:.n::;. Large S.zi>,51 ctin at;)rLegistrnrhymail Palafox Street,
' called witness In improve Us great o1'ilUrtulllly.-UuITalo 1 Mnnnfactur.'CHOICKMKAI.AM'I. .
subject. Ileing as a '. !; Trial SteIDcentS17me .
Tin1ljiarod! I )raIglt!;: 1-y IVwal.tlie .
n lawsuit to testify! i-oini-rulni; the fl'l"ut:1tll.n Cour t-r.- ELY Warren !;:rlol.Sew York Pensacola Florida. '
property; of Hughes;: it l-'lemii;. .-. IIIoTuEItsS. : Kl i.t;. .i noPBOFEBSIONALOAS
of the defendant the lawyerson .
Aiiliiiuiv. I'a.. t Is ..ho-\la! : t:;> in ;:rand --- -- siofK rin: :
lioth sides! failed obtain IIr1aosw'r All In One llac.There .
i a (
(urn at !-lno.t. Tie! liliy: showed a,. i
to tlf their ijui'stions! and was a young woman named Mac; LODGE DIRECTORY i Patronize tlomo IIItll.r" '
any tr1!::! iu .:lI" as a 3-juir-od! at -\las-- Or. rather the Bpclltsl it that sae. The winter and spring to rm of the 'I".r rvHson you should I.,.., vI ?
finally appealed to the c-ourt. I 'k Iri'd from tux ,
ilniu. M
But her six called
ton. pa
IIf Meux'
: Literary department 1tu*-
I the the I : for by Kidolne >(>u mem.t iu
Regarding man iy. judge
: And
lur ma she caned "maw" t
Tl." owner of Tos:I.'.... "fXfl'f: : wl-J mess College will cli>- .at Friday.JuneS. try. You iiiuiixy I* 1..11111 I' .
other such PYTHIAS.
UII a jaelintbanepolis
paid in hU most Impressive tones: aj The will I and you m turn are inilir. v
summer term
t has bt- tin-: lost tn i'n : lll-e Pren. In foclennit the home ,
"Witness. 1 am coin; to. ask: joii aquestion on lilt: I'adtiiiiia,t" t wit years !back. 11. and continuo without inurinission. l'elJlu\ola Lodge, No. .'5. K. of I* I cniitrtltut to th. cnnn..<>mni r ,,.'.. ,
and I want you \ glee me a ightlnd diy; e-sions it to iliHcniiiinuintr in alii, '
( ainumt.tes thai In- 'vij|: not taut him lTAL mistakes are made by meets every Monday .v..n- which conlnbulen Your -i
direct answer. Is the a good The patronage of the general public H
this year Lut mil uriu.! ; !Jm t-a.-t to JLJ: thoe who do not heed the earlier is .solicited. IDintfv tog at s at CftktlD Hall. 'I
manV In Ilutchinson half West I
r:',v :iu r..H.Niil.o -ymptoin* of kidney or bladder I' Int..nd..nclaatrrrtft !|
'TliPin Hint likes him Iu Is
says ; ( !
trouble that often end in Bri ht's brethren cordial
( Visiting
onned ,\. Y. Outlia |
Owen by .
i them that doul bays he ain't,1 was the >11I'II"e or tliabp.te,1.'hpu FOLKV'SKIDNEY ; STHOrnivT welcomed. { -.-.- -
of reply colt 1-y I'arou. lo.Tio. son ,if Patron Cu'nEmakes the kidneys T-1 gained by hlyiuour hurry or UOJ/w'.r.K. t. C Dr. fflareel lea {>1eC c 2 -
well, how foolish it is to DELAY. wagon repaired! by the old reliable K. K. a K. .
Mrs. Harriet Evan Hin=dale, Ill., 'I-,'(. Xell'e Owi-n !I. liy A'.a.Miu.VJVi.: : W. A. D'Alemberte. shop of J. M. Howell I

write: "I never fail to relieve my data lay l Tom 're' d'r. :--::'''. 110.1 Is uoiuluatrd W- O. W. i i Physicisc nl Sen
children from croup at once by u*. in tie Hartford ?!lo'ljlK) Tu- -

J inp One Minute Conjrh Cure. I turlty.Tlie. Live Oak Camp \" I Woodman ..rlloe "| Kr,t-lfiirr. Iliitnl ..*<.">.
1 would not feel safe without it." World. I I'llO.IH I.
rawcSirokcT.! a blackrenr: -oId '
Quickly cures coughs cold, jriippn Meets ant and third Friday night In I, piles. li'Mi'inU-rr. KUI.II'r.llltlUI e
and all throat and lung di.eazw. -olt l\v A\telL lam: Ethel! ].ynu by THE LEVY-POU CO. rash month Visiting wivere.gmurdi- 1'1'1..1 I'!. "
Jno. Ci-or;\Villis.. Is .:.itl to In- one d the sill intilwi W. W. WATM.N, I IS. tI
JIarpis S.
Pharmacy, Sheppard: i it. Tn""[ Clerk. t.C.: i I j
Kahn. r-iirv.-f.t! looking I"as; at the! Lexinstoutrack. 1 ;:

'I' Dr. i>. J. I'lulps.cked him a jI:I Or. Wilmer S. Hall
-- I slow mile the other day the last.:tarter -

I in ::m seeoudB. Indigestion'ire DENTAL SURGEON

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I KssDnic! Te.Te.: Phans: If1.' ..
A r.i.torr '.\ i-'" <; )ne.IVrry .
I willow! tl.e Historic: tree mark- LOOKING challenge the ll'ol'ldto

in? the last resting: glare of sumo *!.)

P.ritK'i! null Ai.i'rctn Oml'l r.i who participatrd produce a remedy equal DR. C. RAY MITCHELL.

In te! battle of Lake Erie,
i to the Matchless Mineral
off I'ut-In-Bay. In the war t>f 1M2.:
Surgeon Dentist
Mew dowu in a re
famed tree was located ca the dorth

fide of Put-In-P.ay l.sland. in the park. I Dyspepsia and 28 South Palafox Street.
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IIundred-8 of people were on the spot
r'.#' '/< Immediately after the fall of the historic FOR all forms of Stomach, How-

't. : willow to secure portions of the Dirk WEEKLY t4CIII. ll.' LL
el Troubles and Skin
'y....,;,;.," bark or wood as mementos. 'I' POS ITF.A DITIilIO.N

.. 'I.. eases. Guaranteed to cure I' :
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"... .. Jo\. -"J'"Y Rival CrmrtrrlrH.The ItAH.WAY OI'\y

citizens of 111:1 wlthn. Kan., are or money refunded. Cost I Train lar l renracola for tinlUyou !
divided! into two inutile 'alln..tto F.Ukcb. VHrrlDjtuo '." .
camps over a !
iaa Wlr L @ti curious question. Some time ago a only o cents a day to use it. |\ \"r1and I\Jllla. m.arrl..11 Fort Karrancat at Fort Karrancai at 'a...

wealthy woman died! and was! burled. !1"a', a. m.arrlvi- Fort H.arranra > a -
THIN One dollar bottle last twenty Ianp.m.arrmv.atVortharranraa .. .
\Vht-n her111 ua.s opened it was discovered t.-Vip. ni. arrive Rl tort riitiranraISp. I
that she had It'ft.1)4) for the ": ra. arrivvat Fort t'.arranrai .
May to
objeck gittin' ,
up l days. :'"' p m.arrays at Fort Karrauca tt ,
improvement of the cemetery in which I. Trains learn Fort Harrancai for f.. ..
and buildm' the fire in I I she should be burled. at
The managersof : For sale by all druggists
T.tia. m. arrive at rxnuaoulall 'a
the morniu'. but if the graveyard In which she wasa't .
you :>110 p. m. arrlvs at I' ol. ..' fi.
commence with her at buried are trying to have the hotly also JJ. T. Green $ Co. 37 1 -':.'U'' p. m. arrive at I'cnuaoula c .
6 ' mon't!. and the eople have taken "
: p. m. arr.Teal PnonacolaD.Up : "
once you may be able to I sides.M. S. Palafox Street.OR I I *! m. arttve at feniaoolaHa'ardayi a a. ( 11\

overkum this prejoodiss. THINGS ADDRESS 10 t'1T..ct It..c, N*

I regret to obsarve that I ; R. Smith Butternut. Mich., UMDAT iCHanrniLeav
sly : "De Witt's Little Early Ri--- t'eoiacoia. LT Fort 8arratII
didn't 'IVs '\VILI\JNSON\ \ ft
commence arly era are the very Ix>:t pills I ever i!I 11 a.m.a.m. lawn II m

*" enuf!. It was a : '"*" troubles." Hnnn's i Pharmacy: John I 1 p. m 11p m
'" rather c(lj niornin' whenI :;Sheppard. Kahn. Kvery other man you meet speaks about the Greenville- Ala. I 1: Ip. ra I apmsp.m
lust proposed the ideeto Medic) Society Attention. I I weather in that helpless "let-it-go-at-that" ot W.1Y Testimonial From Judge Gaatun i i iI 5 p. rai 'p spmep.m. mFAY.

Uety. It wasn't well (;ltrr.:>" ".LF., Al .Auz. i lt. lest. ,
if he could relief from his discomfort. ?: yoRwlaa
There will be a r :'uhr meeting; of as get no I taltK gust: pl..ur..111 <-f rtif-int" to tli.. .*i-oa to hurt harranrai and rM" r.
received, and I found the Pens-icrla Medical Society at What we want to do is to educate men up to the point |I.purity..H Mint-rat nnd tb Wftttr.. ",,'rll of ThU Wilhin natural,')n'1 -ram Mntcli-..ral P"C'"cr>la to nary ) ard and r..n....

the Board of Health office at 'PI tonic, to m>' piTsonnl' kaowltKlg-. IB InKtafrom 1'"o.a'lJl.! to I'llm..lto Itvarti a&d rf.J
the floorptettystuddtut.
myself layin'
on r>f "I dressed for comfort hot ath
saying: am ; w rdoes'nt fAHB .
I', o'clock p. m. Tuesday June 12 andare a well tbrtliulM ail of firc-uvHI. ruff c.itj.r
a'. In the matt condition In uhlrh It 11i.n!. I''
:, 'Ili( bother me. This store pays particular: attention srenthlaaat..r wed oath .."r.d..rful.uce..s. /eninoato! Karrancai N A"?

I thought IM git up and Visiting rhrician; cordially to Summer Clothing Hot Weather Shirts for d.p..p.ta. 1..t.HIOIi.. ."r. : t art and to rrtcraPuntannla Palmetto Ha-b a'.'
invited to attend. HVP* and fur "ruptiiliMam<< urea :01.01 ...1 OJ." _. _
bild the fire >fll."- !j D. W. )rC -. M. D. straw Hats Etc. that contribute in uiri-rton man and anll11dA s r..rn.1..
mj lI.LA"' Things ] a great fur 'bi.. trout)"-'. I ilo not r,.':l.i-vi- it.. No frt-lebt ..r .i p m

Arteimi \Vard.BEiSY I:. P. J'lKVCK.: M. !>.. President. I measure to the comfort of men. "pbvmetanafor'I"I\I..U't-a H DutnbT highly(.f.Ia.r"coUJIII."d.IIJ..".... ,

will build the fire i if you !. "..crl'trtry. 2)mt 1 1 I- Judk-H: of Probate Court/H.I.I Butler.ASI.S.tuunty.Alabama. ; :Ouh-'nl,.' to ti."- ,I' Ml a ahn

[I give her a ORA E, :|i,I Ii,i e .t w..k.
and you eau j I Rill? uji 3--J or call ut ta'! i>:V.c: >.
breakfast is ready. Kt>:-y can: also'
'tl North Kilafox >tieft. w-! *>:i in KREUGER & KUGELMAN
bleep a half hour Imisri-r. a* the fir. ;, need of a c:'rp..iit-r. I 15. II H lI;I,:'au. :i Coats and Vests S3.50 ,

started in-Untly. .Simply-trikea: flu-ines* A.ent ..f III- ('ar;outer's! i 4
V' OLEcI3LE : &
match and your lire i i- in full elTei-t I ind Joiner*' rm n. will: furn-i! you Good Ail-Wool Blue Serge GROCERS
; with the desired l la.Ii' l'!: t-i.-r' i'.>- .IN E'.lit:1.1FiU'! ' in one second, day or ni;ht. anytime ; tice. i.:!uif ; OWWEIUFEJJ! : ( ..OODAM: -''I-.f'IAl.l/1 1 1 -.

iu the rear. I !: Pants a 82.50 Try Our Oolclon r"looco flour.stlroom .

CEL 'P3'3T19. .
-. 1.; ::-.31 E. ( nivriiii;."it :OtrH *.
I'" "o"-..,, .' ..., ;
Sea.-a the "I." : I. All-Linen Blue Suits .
Zephyr \V'yrr'li; >I. C' TiTd':MiA ,lr.'I'1 -
Over 300 Ranges now inUse :

in Pensacola. i e--.UI Weight . 65 00 _Telpphono 151__

A carload of cukir ?--""v'-- U' .: i 1 H. H. WICKE.I
I Better Serges if want them !
up-to-date rtn.r.... at O :M. l'ty''. .r.Bargain you
Ranges Set on Trial. 1 Furniture Iioaslllattili ... \ & Cheaper Serges if you ned them.

GAS RANGES Sly.? tecW>' Free !.; flu' m-c cheap Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter,

and at the -same time of: THE lEVY .PDU rD
Pensicola Gas Co No. & South Palafox Street.

good, durable quality, at All Kinds o. Plumbing; and: Oa: Fitting Material KtiU.
NO. 3 S. PALAFOX ST. Marston J' Finch's. i 509.511 South Palafox Street. 1 n.LEPHO:k: a"L.. !S.Jl.g ..-\, e'LA.



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-= THE MOCKER ..:.. I feared. Over 200 Indians had swarm- i MEN OF MARK. Laurel Cr'nwm. '

-d down o-it of the hills at daybreak The laurel crown used to decoratethe fJtI

n IT .. t<, IT.' rtwment houtlnr, the inoruiL'j In-fuU', and though tbe'h3,1 \ : William J. Bryan Congressman Williams brow t'the victor In the old PRICKLY ASH BITTERS-
Bur'-ini! iu'e, aad }:ithar,] Yates
: members
cV lost a score' of mvn. the dugout were j jot t Olympian games or the head of some
anJ n.a.liy doiiting I IIt
I the sane tass nt llhuois college.Ur. !1
Lad been earrifl 1 assault and its triumphant general of
.. ,j k 0"1 ,t.e summer' snn.Sjll I by < was composed it
Ii : i ,'\'. N'tI'IJ l'nu retired Baptist '1',
i fenders bmcl.ert'i AL waited bore ,i bay leaves. The bay Is daunts nvli lls. LIVER
i "- slne rant fellow I <'ifi\ni; ;;u. h.i> b"<'a elti-ud majorliy
half an hour to ::ithe ptKjr corpses and thin the wreath or crown hasteen
s I !..l id! most dear I the Keri beans: ot Mornsl.iwu, N. J.
ir.*" nwrocllow lurial! and then! jiuilstl:;! on toward i iV.'liite called! laurel or bay accordingto : I
i < ;< iiiul ('r to IKthiiviu. ''
.. r ; trry urt" Horse. It w::; rat until: we p..t -je. i'1'ji.'i-.: the whim of the writer. The bay .I
in (:\oil\.'. S.a! .. pocin1. J\on. ;
I within in.liof the .tatioa that was considered the ancients lie 1
two '
.' t,,-fit taring 'I pah.i d ;;I 0 PIII.j'\: tee 40 Lc in Li- : by -- .- ----

i .- mirth upwdlro, our fears v.eiin.ieved.! !. Then we' ri'teiit 'u 11..91 t..::i.:. an antidote aLain pobon:; and a security I

ma' d i'Sirir.B I heard the rcj'orts of ritlc" and knew I' Sena1:!.TUinic'i! >:lid! vntyt! "I have !|, against lightning.: Its haves

'! with the tarn c( .ld-- that the l.H'C.IS stid lioldlug: out. '!1 f."o tend I i'e>! u.>.a ill < lurs-v '>!' my (>ljiita- 'n're11..1 to provide a plea-lun--

e wild intriguer; 1 j The station was sltuat.-d about raid- ''1 tu':n, tU':1 v. !J.) think the world of me cense, and a spray of bay was carried NatureS I

tin bir un:N lirath, | way of a Ions, bare hill. To the vet I]I; and ') r.:'CI I wu..U trust everything I in the garments of all niperbtitioust 1 ;

.1 rM old I kiguir of it was a coulee. or dry ravine, with :1ovva.." persons as a guard apaiu-st all daubers.;

n ll..' daunt c( tiesth. : bnn! <; 2i feet 1.i?1a. \\,.. had with! as a ', J. \ '. Iljhl-M/r.: of :: iler county Kun.. t I It U interesting! to flute how the Beverage

'u.atI th, flr lit rafter I otijil: of M-.ii.t;; who knew cvtry nail!i ow.., a i.l"I."r More 'jau lt>,O MI acres laurel or bay has passed to these :
of :... : Le vriirLslt hitusi-jf.! -
r. I iii.lit unit .a't. of the! iver.itil! 'rail lull v.hi-n within v. : < ) aires more prosaic times. The heads on old
t i vt rI.. !'a i'j'ITHTM. 'i I'I In I..;' 15 }"u'-' re.-i-i, we iu Kansan; ."' a ( Is truly Cratifyiag-and what a thirsty i '
,. a mill-! of the tation thev men \\'.: '(- : medals: cola, itc., are almost always 1
"*., r .tnv*. i I lie sag <. "I l..i\i' revt'r Uiiu\vu :i yearthat If :, vrcrld indeed this would without water! .1 1
:sent rward tu spy out the siteatlau.! i I! I' crowned with laureL Then we have t
ud: in 1.:11:! r'or. ldr. ,I.lult; ':II .a i; uu.v. /i But if in quenching thirst we can also inv
--- Tl.ey retmned after awhile: to report a poet laureate, or the test crowned
Ur. l.thlu. I; .-. J'.n (ijllau.let. had ; .
that Spotted IIorM and arena ],"!> of i with ImrIthlt Is to K y, the chiefi : partnourishmentthenluveweacte3wiselyan '
; ,OOJQC: : :: :og.0:0 : > coach iif tit" \ :.!e I"etts mid aa instructur i : t 4
eA his "<1"S: wiK'lers," as the ("lil'. ..ntl's ia i li.>'MCV, will! l'(' in at the I i i>oet of the thu.os.:1111., the title of d.improved upon nature's s ggcshCn. t
were (called were laying siege to the fined! of !!.e pie-eal r.inin;; season: : to uciepi i! bachelor won by exceptional skill in .1.1t

: [ OVERLAND O TRhlL i' station and had evidently o rui>ied the 1! a plac null th- tramp ipLuiJ.\-: \ ,i connection with art cr science takes 11 t''' BJlizf 1tte .. ; .il i

1 THE 11'01:101 1 for two or three d\ 's. The 1 i tag t'l.Jmrllll 1'II i'i! :deld.t L i us: back to the middle ages, when ii' .

J'IJII.I around the dugout was so open Julius I'ieisehnlum i-< one of the youngest I young doctors were crowned with ..--

By M. Quad i : tii.-iy.irs of a laigo; city in this cuunI l ;
that the Indians dared not "ru.tln' i laurel and received the title of bacca
o.. I lie batS: old and is the ,
| try. i> years &: -B-G- :
there l:1urd.-London Gardener's
place, nor was uiy 1iII't" use Magazine
t f' ':htImhpL. ILLtril O i mayor of CiuJi;aaati.Vlieu only 1M: he .
a keg of powder without reckless .
i:1p: tT:a :O:0.c.c Oc.oOcCc. ox- was made! a cul.niil on the Iota!: of 'resi .I A Floating Inland Lost. "

tiosure. With their allies holdii2 the : dent McKialoy: then "\t''IJ"r of Ohio.A A large floating Island on the Mekong O'HEMIAN
: 11'3:1: to the east, the Cheyennes had; ;eni: i :!
old 'ijs of till overland trail, New Yntk paper i is uuthuiity for the.tatl'nll' : or Cambodia river In Slam, recently

f\t' 'f-s and the luuibtTlUji tend upon a siege in hopes to starve ,', ::: that T!>uutas t:. IU-iil is growing : slipped its moorings and has not been '.. ,
the employees out. Their war imnles and that lie the fact 'King of ill Bottled Beera" :
more iioitly uses
:'i stations! had boeu (heard
i stager : Been or of since. Tbt're're Q

and most of the kind were lying up in aa the basis fur a il.iiui of extraordinary not only slakes the thirst but yields that i f'i
distance of 15; miles number of three
'It a a1.artr trees feet In diameter!
r the dry ravine for the night This ravine politeness; bi<'ausc he is able to give two nourishment often dc* J-
so I
,'it the Ifii th of the uholetrail. ladies axat by btauJin ia a crowded on the Island i and the hind was under invigorating
Lad to the south and up
no op.'nlng '
i' art :vt n.ilcs irom the Mis-1 i. car. cultivation. The owner has been hunting manded by the human system. !
therefore cul de
was a sac.
I ..'r un .'oau wasafc frou at1: James J. Clark oace a prosperous restaurant ; diligently for his property, but has Order fromV. r_ '. t
The first signs of dawn were In till

';a It reached San rniucKru. It I' sky when we saddled up, mounted, and owner of New York who made : not tern able to hear any tidings of It. J. VIDAL. ::; ,."i j

.I Mmiiicr to say the .tllloIl9'* 55iV :W a year from the Hijou cafe alone It undoubtedly went down the river "iiu/aSs .
whole F
the of us pushed forward led .
.rr-ti-U." Move of tiit'iuu>r until that notorious re'Bart was tJiut up with a freshet and has either stranded ; .
by the for the mouth of the j
scouts ru-
hut is, a lioli or cellar four by the jMiluv, has opened n clam chowder cr gone to 1leS | vine. We hail the Snenctr carbines "
stand at Coney Island. At tune
fret ':
dwji was dug; and thou 1
each with a full magazine: and as we Clark was! rntinl as a millionaire. He For Over Kilty learn: ,
.1 with slabs!
of tiaiU-r to
sui got the order to charge each man l1gan lost his money in fcK-cuIation. t The Best Cooks
f<-. t of illrt The tables, were MRS WINSLOW'8 HOOTHISfl HYRCP hat .
shooting. When a carbine WJri' Half of the 22 dukes who sit in the been used for over flftr years by millions ot J / 'tj

r .e Mine way, while the hay empty, it was thrown away and a revolver British home of lords hare no sons to mothers for their children ,,while 'f\ ; :
'VitL Thereas i with perfect success. It soothes tbe child : i. .
ji gout-rally
a used lu its place. the revolver Miececd them. The dukes who are with- softens the gum.allays all pain,cures "tad '' ; superiority of -';:!
ititiil ]1:1>ia;lit k-adiiis: from the was empty It was cast aside fur out heirs apparent are the i'>res..nt Duke colic, and tithe best remedy for luarrhrva. a t tLEA&PERRINS' 4 '.*! ;

tau stables. House nnd stare nf Arpyll anal the Dukes of Iteaufott, i It wi1! relieve the poor little sufferer mimediately. : i
the sal>er. Intended from bank to I
Hold by DruKHlsts in io
Devonshire Lids Manchester every I a .,
luojihoUil fur titles theilixirstfil Hamilton .
bank, we swept up the ravine, and wehad part of the world. Tweuty-flve cents n bot <"
,, of Unifier or coMrtdith Newcastle, St. Altan-i, Somerset tie. He sure and ask for "Mrs. Window's '" 1
nothing; to do but kill. Taken by Wellington and \Ye>tmiusUr.Twojtarb Soothing eyrup." and take no other kiud. I' r f 1
and tinreiis not of THE ORIGINAL.WORCESTERSHIRE. '
: H. one ,
surprise, the CLoyeimcd, thought lllilr SAUCE i
ago I ouia I'atnaud resigned i' .
Men tens not attacked a dozen IRIRR j'
At C. \ Tbonipwin'M.Crane's ,
of getting: away. We had! scarcely) got his place as assistant jiostiniistcr of Kventt. : I V y.FVPs ; 1"17.TION. .S
'. The Itiillaus could Or
:ft nut Ub! 1 to Walk when the tight men who haul Wash., to try his fortune in the I, Ladies' Note Paper and I t Ruffle
could ; For (lame 5teaks, Routs, Soups, 'I 1
r weapon, mar they carry been made Envelopes! to match. .!
cooed up in the dugout salliedout Klondike. Throe of his friends upJrtasa"prubbtake"for ,
a in by uiMiult, but they captured liim. Nowoi-' ,,, Cambridge Linen and Envelopes. 'v'f and every arlety ol made dishes. i' ::
to take a hand In. and it was made $4 : ',
t "Iis I
.if them In Hurd's Parchment. l.,77t.1J Is moat Invaluable.
by trickery or biege. '
the lve t sunrle; the come from the recipient until lie n tunati 4J '
seta ChcyeniutrilK! j ;
I 1
., Invitation Paper and Envelopes )HN DtKCAM'sSoKS, AGENTS. NEW YoilC.
I was the Kfe of a 'uml'lIny em- had > Everett a \H'I. k a,: i, when he divider '
ever heen. Not a could
.. tautly ;
ever spun-iL The distam-e lx>- ?l1.('JO ajuon? the three Irlt.'nds'ho had Linen Tablets. .
out of that Numbers of the '
cape trap. Frosted Velum and Envelopes. -
i stations with the feeble garrl- helped bun.Ninctw i I
f warriors HcruiuUid up the banks and i English Note ; Satin Wove ; Tissue I .
N utat-iined! at l'n'h. recuted any 'n years ago herd Hoberts re-
got safely away, but nearly every one Paper ; Iennion's Crepe Etc., with
,, reived! tie thanks! of both houses of -
left his! weapons b4hltul The fight did I a general assortment of stationery. I
for his march from Kabul toliandahar. : LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
irdtTi "Ik'feiid
f were: owu
jour I i gist: above ::u minutes, and our U..8 : lie is the only man living entitled I C. V. THOMPSON, s .
Iug Only the ant man alhe Is to (i I No. 30 South Palafox !Street. 1
Wad only three men wuuntktLIWwu j j i to wear two Victoria crosses. His I t: IS EFFECT JAM'AUY "Ti, lsa. I ,
the Indians If he
through can.
i" i; lu that nivloe! we harvested 78 :|I own he'wears 011 his loft breast, but-according i ;I ..t f

J V\t-r were creator hardihood Jtl' dead Indians abut ou the buuks aliove j ji I to army reflations-the cross I No. 6. ,"0,2, No. I. : So. I. .II. :

} t-nvrry exhlbttiil than by the men sot : the earned by his he is nut only allowed 12:45nutn Leave f..nMRl'ola.'rrlv. .j
stage men counted up 2': more. We son SebFebniek's. : I\\; 'tlpm 4IiPIll :""am
. : to drive the coaches. Knowingv ,, got upward of a hundred roles atllllit 'I I but commanded to wear on tbo oppositej i i :::15 p m ::Jlllll bt Arrlv. .FIPniattm. Arrive. t:1Ipm. :YCaln ; ;:
j I 4:12ptn 5:05ata Arrh. n' \1"lul. .. 'rra\. I:!::'" noun 12.unlgbt. '
it the risks were, it sans strange UpUtols, Liu joules and a wagon Leaf j sHpm 1iaa III Ar".". Say ore-an.... Arrivei5aan 1 .:t:; pill 4.1i

t., fat any iiihugirs could have been i'i of aiiscfllaueous htutr. Every Indus i 5Nupm I 1loaan 'rrl'olontllolll"ry.. ArrlU: '11l an iaaepin .1"
I I.\ISIII Arrive a.h\1I1L.Arrl..p 'lant : '
f'A to nil them but In the last two ', lying; there was! a dead one, Cu.tef $100 mW.\ImI00. I: SHOES VALISES :::!:> noon I 1 ilUpm%:IO"an ''Arrive, .cUI.\.III..Arrl\1' \tIpm: : I IJ/ialll: .. .

':; jir
nabs the coaches n'l'rnfire to learn that there id I I !
: pleased at

p:. ,.. :J'I'CIi each way, and many of 'I Itf I were killed wounded were or Si>oned prisoner Horse.Amongthe Itlg I one dreaded disease that l'il'nceha |I A FIRE StoCK Of CHOICE CHOIHIAG.Men's i BETWEEN PENSACOLA AND JACKSONVILLE ".;

: t t'' were WUDl'ILt a few points our ,,, been able to cure in all it-stages! J
Moon Bud White I'.inl anal that fight j. I, No. .... ,.... .' /
and that is catarrh. ] fall's Catarrh 1 No. :1 No 'I No.
"\f route a guard rode for a few I II > I Furnishings. I..I .. .
betake the 1 Nickliotui ut the Cheyeuae Cure is the I l1:5.\nllht : ii 'I&m' iensaehla 1I.llpm dI'pm
, ; 'a ..ilh tie couches, but for most only positive cure now -- i2:5.night 7t5ain Milton leituin 5:51pm
I union. Their ik-iit in tie war was tocapture Unown to the medical i I
and i fraternity. 4:11:1 S m p:5 II m lJ..t'unLllk I'\prlllg&. 1\:1.:1 p m :::rag 1 p mr ;f
the driver
> : : dance (\'l.irien- all the i tat Sous west of BurnIng Catarrh beinjj constitutional di<- (l Havinp removed to the Corner :'aa, a HI 111:5' a III 'blpl..y O\JI p IIi 11:6. pili'

f .-t take! care of thcim>ches.n Hill but they had only taken I'uvv- j I, requires a constitutional treatMitnt. : of Palafox and Jntendencia ;:IIU" III 11I: : a IIl M"WUW8. 1\.1"IJ m 1'la( noon '

*js hardly a week without its streets we have some Rare Bargains; r':15am 1:1n""D: HI\'I'r. .1 unell"n i:5.Jpin: IiUaan I"
nw Flat They Lever rode to war Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken I I :la P III I al :::ta V Dl .. ,
f :i:1: the stage tolled through ', again. Within a week they were su- :i internally acting directly upon th e ill Every Line, that we are anxious 7t.-'lll" ,'"cl.s..II\'Uh' a::Uato it t

'. :' md: of some strip of desert In for peaee. and they were the first blood and mucous surfaces of the:, to dispose of quick at Removal: ---. ,

rag mill of and ; system therebydestroyingthefour .
MI stony up
to l>e ,;gathered a reservation.Nr I
i band of a hundred yelling -- -- '--- dation of the JNenso, and giving the: Prices.H. THE ORIGINAL

uiiuM suddenly njijuMr The \: :Made mi Arrmt. patient strength by building up the HAMMERMAN,

Patrol-n: :Stephen" Howan I Is the coiititution and assisting: nature in MANAGER. "
t tight as well a' guide his PABST -
most it nalile! memher of the Chicago doing its v.-ork. The proprietor:
f : t. am The I jiaiMiiztrs; firednii Barn 1 Hom
1".1 I:<-e niece and iu one respect prol ] haveu much faith in itscurativpi Ktky ;;
| :i d.errs. aud if the att:ickii
i powers that they offer One Hundred l lI ,
'. a'lly! he I is unique. He 1m been a BOTTLE BEERHEALTHFUL
iM'f luek. It iiN'rTIlE
it I1OUNTA1N u 1:1 HII'.I'r of the force for 2iJ yearand I Hollars for any case that it fails\ tu'cure. :

F it t.p- overland "11I.alltinI. :yenta lor list of testimonialAildre '
that time he has S. A. F1UED3IAX
it i.indan
,'. d Ill' !, iharii n-\er arrest -
Ki'U'nimciit to i -.-, F. J. CHKNEV- Co., ,
lie is Cl: years old and MajorIlarrium
Ia.'ugh: Iv.iii;athat General Toledo, O. BEST TONIC! I'loprii tor. +
has recently:: made him a 'Sold!
'r was sent o.t with a briguli! of by Dniu'jrists.T.'c.Hall's : .
niembir of his own ;jiersoiial Uxlyg'lard. PilU the
,r-. 1'ourteeu stations had! been F.nnly are be-t.
WI", feel ill and Irritable; | when
"I and w i'ed; out. mid slavesIM ; : which is composed of the biggest -- -- -- abntikof \1'! '; foliHighGrade
:\!iJI"'tlillUnt: Ton will
men In the service.\ THE CYNIC.A : .
1 to run over n distame! of '
make yin well ;Indtron.r; and r .t
--- -- -- Liquors.
'. .
mih'I. Ciiiter touM not '
m.llolt t'ngsu'; n'Ktn: Bn.. it. r. i 03ui1lrl'il! buy a lot of nices&iti s, l.riL'lit: and cl-nrful. v
like, i :i telliUjr! Mow :uain": t :Mountain Mint: cureinclii'Stion AND .
but few pleasure- t '" \ t !>lrl.k l'ri"ato'" I'.MIi ily
in the Held but he laid his 'Sultlp !ont free III !oul'rl'ri. and driv away th it feelui.' .if lam tI .
Premeditated smart sayings nearly always t'll1 i .111'in: -". VrFine I ;
.. ,It.- route an.l dine the : in siitnnier. I KEFRESHiNQ I t
II jiiior ,
O""I'-patrd. ob-tinate cases, tht- <'<.utai!, luiisun.Your I : in, MI'I'- !fl rat"-l oltl 1'ri- .J :
'. "i,1:1: St. As v tee fdlluwed It toius uj the p'itir' hy-ti in and II '. :-'t..k.. 1_1 YearOli ; ( M lil 1 1 #
kind that have resisted diH't or", hot ln"' t friend is the one to whom ,
,. V. .',.t we jiieked up st.iin ahoLt ail the others. j-ive-i one a vi'zerott app tite. \' i\i t, Kentucky'l'irf! ci :

':.' I" .) buillt; -firings anil patent medicine trpatineiit :you When Kossiii: with It luiniahpai.aiMea and in ike-!: life. .. .f i P..Irtami! Lotof Other ;

quickly yield to P. I1.. 15. iJtaili a man api'oars new worth licit. i '.! WIII"t
; Indii IJlooil! Jalm: thoroughly testell : fl! Illl'lltlOll.
l I i.a .iiaiie: but the ran never stammers or hesitates many 1'11-0 coli.iu-well and| strong Y :

\ i i I h, !. )\s.: t powder for :M.vear1':. B, H. has cured over what to say n'xt'IIl'n he ii talking that it ha- become a hon5helil: HPce .Y" I I !i..a i): .' .

blow (>i>ci the dtMjrsin such indicatiin-- Ill ',) .. pjtpio; '1 about his grievances. =*ity. .' ; : ;.

1 i\ and even though lithe liiriultusrirpthinat! eruption, t', There is 110 denying there! is a sigh of '.\"iihIollutaill; Mint in HIP i I.on-t liar Family t.-I'. ..

1 .' 1 I i,.t ten to o'ie they tntiugore=. bone pinu.. itclniif relief when the guest who frowns lo\\ n illness i tare.
:!h' Mntioiu r..truiu? I "k ill. -wolkMi gin: nd-. Hllf -, caparerr'tredspOts nil attuni'ts at gossip imtboaliis hat andleave It never !fail! It i iV Xatttro'* TRY I Tee J1i7 Tl'cdg is Uur Main veciGlty.C !

chancres. ull'l.rttioll *. ablest as-i-tantund i it does it" work ,
1 1.1z with eight for the '' I'alrtt Mil-
station. .- \ i \ :' III ''IIIUU
on the body, and in hundredsi The men attending p'Jlitionl: conventions thoroughly: amid w'l1.Tn' A CASE n ..UKh- 'r. Free IJ. li%<'ry to ..\y Tart ,
md for the c\tia
I : care .
of where the hair and! .
i cases eyebrow will!! SM !.. returning home to cdl it anti hf conviiipwl. .It i I ivI1 .
; v'-j- o from the: east have f'alien! and the whole .
; out
their wives ";;:1,1." fur attending church Forarp at Hai.nnli UioMm -. lI.xI'. 1 < !" [ilioiif I 17 '. .
., of !Ii, 1U1lt' skin of ImiN. ,
r a race e wile n iiu" pimples i r
sucitties meeting next dmir. 1T.NSU: OLH.. t. sihuh
.I: l thriH- male ;,a.etsb and ulcfrthi-= wonderful "pecillc A ,, .
great soufe of rmrtlficati n to a w.-
I 1 itof them twice cninplctely changed the whole .. .. .<>
man i-. that whl'n111': has the preacherto -- -- -

I It was ore < free from *, and skin moothwith \ :. -
eruption >
i .
-t defensible! stations on band: and ilulilren will out b hate as if
the jrl I.'w of perfect health. 15, :,
1 d 1 t'.i're was iu th"ntjjht;: 1 they were used to it.-\tdliSt. (!!tbe. : & 1hEI'S
15. Ji. ithe only known perfect ctne
'I ?nitliu! the liiih.ias 1 ;
for blood poison :Si) sulferers may ,
,:: t t'ti'ir fi :ve. Itt I 15. It. 15. and know for themselves 1ev.V.. K. Kitzer, '\'. Caton. N. ; RI +

'"' i 'nttu 't.l .tnessed: that it curt, a trial bottle Y.. writ", ''I had dyspepsia over 1

: '.' last sMse fiviiii tee will bp ';putfre ) r f charge. twenty year, anti tried doctor anti Mammoth *

; i "',,,'rnl! \,ek'\. Frllllln. For -ile: by druggists at Jl per 'medicines without bptif-lit. I waspprutid'd Retail Grocery -

I..I.-N! foam tintia'.l, I luge battle, or Ii large bottleifnll to u'e 1Odol1)v'spepiaCure : ,

I Bullies K'twwe treatment ) f-j.; To |'np our and it helped Die from tlit-
..(t> u;> the IRI.I: with faith in I 1':. 15. It. we will send a -t'.rt. I believe It to lie a pillnlC'-a i 5Q2-50.1 SOUTH PALAPOX STana. ., k

1'riil Bottle Free and prepaid toatflerel for all forms of indite-tion." It Ji- i
-...if: : it. It sera rui- I Telephone .
1 *, '.. they may t, -t tlw remedy I pests what you eat.: Hari; <; 1'har
t'verv -it our expense. AddresliLOUI) uiacy. Jan :Mieppaid.S. Kahn. I

t.'I! ofcitcmellt, 1-tlt 1\ 1.\1: CO A tJmt.llb.

',s Id eMilld --_._-- --- I'or I'ly Time.i I I <<( Staple and Fancy Shelf GDOd5Py',

air of :t s-unr.jiT's! p. YOllpl1r golf? If not, why not? ,
inthe stair !hor>,'!! All M'rt- of golf goods at the Wil'.is! M f-or". J. K. lloss & Co., No. II N. I OF EVERY DESCRIPTION OF THT.: FINKS: /l"AMIYAXI INI
1'nlifox street have perfected are Beer.
Hardware>. > .
nvortakin.! >
the! coaeh I
i ---- ---.-- ransrenientfor the manufacture of ANY i .i le a !>r.ivo lisht! tone I JI
the be-t window:1'.11 ever t'lacl'dUPIII I
Add to the beauty of u.
of thru e-oapisl.! your ttiimarket.. They claim for THE HE-T: BEER SOLI IN I Chc1p as the ;/..
.. Cheapest:ITo .
.": ewe had made our home by bUlling a felt''of It the following desirable feature : .. -.J .; :,

1 ....'11. I the si'iti 'ii. and handsome It can be removed and !'torfdawn PENSACOLA.:
those neatly
.. d juried Inns before. \" at the end of the ty! !'eaonwithout .

.(.MII'i-d the station two framed 1)ictfres(1t.1larston' the 1"f tools ; the> blind Dtannlicisscr Bros. mu 1 iXCt'lLIONa :: PARKER'S

and *a-h of the window can he easily .S HAIR BALSAMrruttMiir 'I
tu: \ aiMoU-d tilt Majii!
jFinch's- CI.IlI...
i:4 tnoelq .
handled from the m-id without interference th. S&L
n ..;-ri.n-it: them for three AGENTS. 10n'1 .11..
ci 7.l5TOI;< I11L.taan or trouble from the creen ; fever rags, to Ktitor Ore
\, nut until -r> Indians "r Hut to Its Youthful Color.
The Ki1d lau Haffl AMals'! Pwzttat it iti-stmrleir. con-truction. and the I Gun* ore p a _" t. :
.' the" Also Said by M. Perry atd Will Yatesl t.1r4
nl I or \\oun.led that theyi price is ?o low as to be within the L..Id U auu INNI ... 's

i '. ::1 i of It by d.'vrcm:; ? under : Faataro. reach of all. Call and examine .. - -- I t. .

.' '!,;!ns;: a keg c>f jiowdor. I 'r and leave your order fur any number The Jug TradeIs i I --- .

':;; H.ll had falU-1 to hold : -'-KK-KATH1NG.---- from one to one hundred. Selma, Saturday night! June 16, Hubcrib to THE SEWS only 10 I.!

ttiiid It IH with Taw nee I I leaving Union depot at )/):31011 cents per week.THE ,
to convenience of those who Our specialty.Prompt .= ':
For the
: \t station to the west and I I regular passenger train. Fare for

'. lIun,,'. the next after that? I wih to take trip to the Gulf Beach, ASTORIAFor Delivery and Satisfaction round trip : Penacola to Selma, CHICHi-laTER'S ENGLISH

:I.. a four man b tat ion and I the yacht Privateer in company Guaranteed. '' $:.:iI) ; from Cantonment same as g EIINYRQYAL PILLS

'. relay with t'h ht. As we '; with the yacht Dreamland City will Infants and Children. Pensacola ; from Milton. JO cents ex- IJ. ,
p tra. I'urcha ticket a: ticket of- .)fit IiAE. a...,. u, _
i :ish: the nisht! not a leave 1'alafox wharf every Sundayat Dannheisser Bros. j flee. Tickets jroorj for fi days to return IS ur CIIItIlL'TL"L.dl.wwlvr"' .GLI..1I iMt
The Kind You Have Always Bought iD .
-':;..test hope fur 1'awwe HUt 001 bole .....I.. era.. _.4
I. 7 and 11 a. m. and :3 p. ra. ; fare for on any regular passenger: train. .- ninon "P': lDh Jt.t.oe

knew it would ba"ef :5 cent You can 401 South Palafox St., I For further information apply to .I..C... .011'.11... IA' 1.1ta- ;
round : stay air.5.r ,
ns lung; as one of the I Bears tne6gndttire rkff ROKT. KIN or P. TIn }IAS.I l[ 1' :::; an .. .: .11
'' all day or f ':urn at any time. Phone Xo. 116. P. 0. Box 2S1 I "kll.f '..1................, ...
,, I Ci.1. We readied ItI I. CHAS BARTON of I, Pen=8cola. f t... ,.II. 1.1....... '...._...... -" .

I \ .:!\I'k It was as we had I llm-lm Master. Railroad Exchange Phone 268. MARTIN PATTERSON. Milton IIcw..It"C.a: nrtrr "lead!..I.Llrh.u Hasa... I J>a..lrl UU.A.. rAt... 1.! /.t.

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tile Adoption -
General Walker Pleade For

of Impartial HUtorles. I LEI

COLUMBIA S. C., Jane [9.-The state Br 51 Everlnchftin: ItH, Xewlove. Cardiff
I W L WUtlCD f'O
board of education has adopted a think: Ellen, George has gone away to Br m Balopin. 1tt.t Stevenson. Tenenffe to .

ard by which bids shall be made much displeased '1\ith :your conduct." W SheyserCo

____ tember when books to be uwd Burtons silvery laugh rang
_ SAT LKD. r'F.
public school for a period of seven the room. Nor (g Raoma. Martensen. Dunkirk o AT -- 0
contracted for. : ,"h,., auntie dear I can twist: George Nor sa Kutb Halliesen, at N.zaire
will be selected and
commander of on my fingers if I try. He I
eral C. R. \Yfcll e CLEARED.
Carolina appeared remain displeasediith me if I I
veterans, Jtor ,. Ruth, *5il'. Hellln, by RlRr.
board under appointment of it otherwise. But I must say he I Dunwody At o for I'\t >lrf.wltbT ;"ii.i>ii 8I

r Gordon, commander aud Lee, most obstinate nan I e\'pr met I I ( iUlllh..r.I.\It'.o.IMOOt ft sawn timber, l.tUUOc; E. BRAWNER'S.

man of the hituriNl.l : Here I have been flirting with! I tt It hewn ss San timor-r.OattarJo.valued jrtM.At lEUas"puroilt by Uul .

make a tight for the use of fair Storm and doing ever}thing else TralUtL ('0. for ( "II(1I1. with :!' *1 Ions pliospbuterork. .

partial histories. :Funds to carry think of to make him jealous; \ MIl':.:!!.'.

fight were provided in all my labor has been ia vain or, if Gulf Brss Transit llobl Co.Harrowing.for Hamburg 1:'P9. JpIT..rby wllh:; M' fiq

1 General Walker's entire time will jealous, he mon't show it. and that I bales citinn. ?to tons pia Iru',. I.ciuo ton S
20 Dozen Lidies' Sleeveless Vest, ;i 25! Dozen Men's French Neck :,I.I-ll1ell Solid and W |
voted to this work. aggravating still Indeed some pbo \! i! JOK 0 pcs staves, valued at J-iJ.\ys Lil Thread, our price :!;)c each or : briggan Undershirts 2."> cents each : our price . .
General Walker forcibly : I think he doesn't lore n'e half as I _
_, quently presented the subject. ns I love him. Hut it serves me S2.75 dozen. I Drawers to match. I Yard-Wide Sea I.H; j I

eral Walker did not advocate nuy > I allowed him to Sloe how madly I i I AT UV RAXTlSn.: : 12 Dozen Men's Fancy Silk Front I i Dozen Men's Fancy or Colored at. . .. . . .

histories but explained the him and that's just where you i gOB Span to Pen s Eu.k\ro.175.i.,acoln Lumber LltrrlDBSO.Co Clenfue. Bosom Shirt, our price oOc. each : Satin Front Undershirts at 25 cents 1 Yard-Wide Fitchvill,' |I.

which should characters the a man" said Ellen with an injured I tort olt Laurpnbn MS,Ma.'auoOporto, to all sizes. each; Drawers to match. l"j. made by! 1.1I-j.| ., \

be adopted and urged that any i I BaarsIunn41yt It shiptiuilm K, lff i'o Kollove. Mar. 'illes 2\\) Dozen Fancy and White s ilk 30 Dozen Men's French Neck!: Ful- i i while it Ia-i.. .. . .

written be not Used in the scti )') I:lIln. KKen.: : cried Aunt Mary. I I to Kosnco tirosTHE: Pleated Besom Shirts, our price $1.00; brig 1I11 or Fancy L'nderhirt.., nice Pieces Latest Calico :

argued that the United you really trying t<> make George all sizes.:: quality, at 43; cents each ; Drawers to

erans reprwr.t the largest jenloi? You'll lx sorry you'll ..: smppne.IN We carry the largest line of Men's match.: .. 1-Ca-o I'ahlbun'j. t.-; .'
Warranted .. . .
southern pcopU, associated to ( nrr .mark my word for it-but :your and Boys' Colored Shirts in the Cityat 10 Dozen Men's Ht'Wl'i ht. '

justice i ib lone the south. and ; will ( too late" I -IN POETBTIAM8HIP8. the Lowest Prices. Ilalbrlrjran; Undefehirti at iJo) CI'Ub ; Ju-trfceivfdaful! II .

primarily represent the ,. (jW. auntie please doa't You know i :Sti-incti :Spring: Percales, our Drawers to match. and Shirt \VaUtt> ; "ur ; i I.

period they are compo.scd of -prr IO't I tear to be lertured. and one would i price .... . . . . . 9c I'M Dozen L'tdieSeeveie: *< \Y.M lowest.

live citizens! of the whet! ;;', !. there wa-i not another man in the i fIr Tayo Soto.:!::J-<. FarrelL to Baars. Dun111"U 33inch'ery: sheer White Lawn at old price fi for Ho! ('<=nt>. or .He l'3rt-o1.. and I'liil' .

their action wa indorsed ty tho :) lil-e f5eore WniTo1." I i Br V.t CliftlCeld Co '.m, Hill to Faars Duawody our price . . .. .. .. .. S' c dozen; euibroiderft utrk.1T" U.tlU and fl 2:;.

the Confederacy. I 1 fcnow that's etactly v.bat yon think & *,*, 27-inch Check Nain.-ook our Dozeu Ladi" MI-PS' and! Ladies JrruJp-c-nt c

--- -- .- I .10 Itr. id that U why I am grieved o I Cr ('..IIII'DO. *till!. Haiuial: I.) I'.aars l uaw"iv price .. .. . .. .. .. . 5c Children- Meevp'iets: Ve'twith latest shades at ll.T'i.n.! .

The key t., ..., :!lI. n. tit :: you art so fOllli !:1r'" I I Bpaa
and liver. K e..:) 11.I"p.!:' .-.I". ., scarlet in Kllen's chocLs grew j sit i .> I Pique our price . . .. .. 10c Dozen; Ltd: ies' Slt'en.lp. Ve-t-, ('hildr,,"'- str w ,

and yon htv' lieil'U -f'Mi.r'M ; at her aunt's word Yes, that I Rr l'arkltllte.IHi, Crow tter.! to PensacolaLunsbr :Co-inch: White Corded Pique, our with "ilk Tape Neck. 2 f..r 2-'jc; '.r also oil rolls:\ New Spi i .

cheerful spirit. I' AH i exactly what fche thought-that there I'.Hi.JfiTers.cld for I price .. .. . . . . lot-; $l:5:: dozen. at li1.I !l.i and 'Jiif. ;pi'i :\ .

TER* I i.* a ..umultllll'J.: .I,. not another! man in the world II lll'iarii

regulates tli* iiv-i -ii.iii.icii (:iiinge Warren. ir Mimhkwr., 1;>S, Jack I') HuH Transit

_. bOWrN. A tfilllifl: lu'U"I"I:I :!'.. n liurton: bni been petted and fint- C1 It :'nn Cote rII'.I"'I'| ParO'li.cM for ;ennaI

edy. For s.ile by Min.i <: ,' '.\ until "hI'! was t.iuiled. From her i I:: a.iLilaeld caAae, to lItr laos Remember the Place, -)C( 105 S. Palafox Street

aM arnuee in society she Lau tK>en BARKS

: CHARTER IS APPLIED rpimill& iM'lle.! A ho>t of admirer I I' AHr.."", '-;.\. IilluldlII\C'Torr"
-.-- I'ort K.-U form>-ioi>u. 'f >, Triudale to
Petition of Incorporation l-'or c.'i'-tastly: in hir train but she: I B'-.r-. I>,..wtI, .t ('o ; YOURS FOR BARGAINS PROM NOW( [DN
!:Iwv what it vs cs t-i hive until! sho j Kor Kolivia., aakansun, to W S K..) ,

IlIstltutf'1-1I..1. ( ;ieorso: AVarren n few months nso.; I t>f ri Co
.... handsome It 1"111101 CHSfl-Ii't. If;-il. H. ari. to order
Juno 9. A ,
.ATLVMA .rgtiirr.n wn .
1"1' Ker ,
I Joseph ii.ltvll..r. to onlerr
been hi..d in the superior court :. ln't re-er nl ami seemingly >.u K..w.... I.. .'U.I..U. to order
.! to th..-.<. who failed to unJerstan I It \, ;>s. r.iil.loiu.e. to order FEa ER.A.wN'ER'SONEPRICE
for a charter for the Georgia i I !I' Mii-Lele 1;. 1;;;:,.0, : he
KKen: Hiirton
I To was e\(er ro;)- ,

.%3 stitute awl Laboratory. !at". gentle. I tvinc. I tt ne\er word > >fd I"rlaf: r ;tr"lha. III Jol.Qiiahi-n.!

The petitioners desirn to bu ;. !.: < -,'..pll.i.4 Ht's. 1! tl> e"."'"'",fi I.lllMl't'O.
Her 1'ioiieer 11!... Alb -rlt'. to order
porated for a term of :20 years 1:-; pi'i'i'il: \ 1'lle-i f..rhe loved him Itriclni les. Mnr/.HzcilH.I to Ito,,,',',, Bros O-'l.SS hOUSE.SPECI4L the strength of her passionate It 1'eusaooia p-2, Hiiiimoui-tti, to KGMIMIOi .
stock of (0ft which
4t capital Why this! iron whom she iilol- ...
q may bo incrvased to ;50,000. i tier Hirln.lIl1.: Muller! to order I
her all others _
!. iiiM not jiriiUe as -
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: According to the pailion to the :i NIo1"n.. 7 It. Anderson lo order
vl.e: WHS jit a l'>bs t.. understand.: i Nor Vauta:41! : I. .Nielsrii, eld for liuenosI .
tj the institute will be located in At I l ; UCCJ\rl'lNA 1. If you wi-1I :anyt! ;. '
: ;t a tlioiir'Lt! of ising his love she I \)1'Ib /lOTiCES, ...,.._ kifcli'Mi ?
4 and will bo established for the ----------- ----- -- i of furmiiith >:
I '.. on humMing him by allow ins 11AF.KKNTINES.: AXl> KEMALE bCllooL. XW.
: of hydrophobia by the Pasteur ry Storm, an old admirer to make I H' \11IIUI'iII'l., fofflll toJno A. -Merrill MALE (''',,-eand fevailos Street .. Jlr... .' WilIN llardwar. t
'? and also for tho treatment of A Co pares for rolligt or tiusiness. J. H. Swiuell. -
th serum and extracts. The to her. | "CHoONEUS. J >! principal. Night term brains Oct H.FLOWERS : .
> o\eiins after Kilen's conversation .. ._
CHt-'V ,
::4 also desire to opt'rate a i .\III ilarch.r7. (t\\i\'ln"y, to order ofl CI.lT I WOFID.MNIV i ---- -- -- p55.-Cl'
aud : her 311t she U sitting 9t the piano lir Lenteniml. 75 lcIuihll'u. cM! for ii -.
b&cteriolopcal pathological ( 'I.0.1' "'I4)1I-
llariv Stoim stards besUe her turn- 1i''I': ''' : I tI .
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research and investigation. Ix-f her. ; Am avid Balrd, i' :.', Fisher, to Jilt A "' I 1 .;: nor i'onign.litrk .'.
the Hiiti Horal
l"S ire ICr t..I\-
: I
; P I
-- -- : Mi-ni'i rAniKlsa > TOIlIKAr 14w. .
< i ,
SHOT HIS FORMER :i'irge'arr 'n enters, and Ellen care- A Bavle: 2.VJ. }(eu..on. to master __ : Miss'init'tL'j V SpcciBl de-mns Moreuo orili-rwl JH3 West for ei.tni'rs.{.tfytny, ." 1 M*<>!..tllli Her. :..1... -.
,; bills him "Gootl eveniag.: lIe re- I 1'r lorWllt.II. 1 ,'lwrt'. to nnlori On renl) .1\1. ..dlniLL' r>y thr crew ol 'aiil S..... i
MOXKY: miprol e-
i Ike lieeler TroUubly--Fatally ." hi'r1;<,,,.! evening" coldly and I;>i Kr PriiiCH l'Il1mnn"I1.1"plllud.Krwlerh-k. s|, Hcott.... to orderAm ( i IU" run lie obtained- In any amount i pton6__ __ ... _____ I I I,' u, '
IMiiivtOu '
t* llr- A *
t John Ilambrlck. :" I i is way to Aunt Mary's side.of the I i .kin .it-lla., :ustenburg, to order from Wm. Ki-htr. J'l'f I'low '!':: _I-\ t ':" I tOll".. I -
: fr. Wiirr-n is showing signs I
Ike \ OSEY TO Ml\X. OX: PKKHOVAl lv1I S fOR ntlt..L; IlIru..bfdI'
ATLANTA June 9 .
Ellen is in the .
q : ai..rii.Ur and very ,: DP.CLKAKKU HA1LKD VOK, PEN- M
property. Apply to A. .\. Usher, HhefBu&lJtni promptly In bouiUet nrtpcrlal d'olol' <
has for years been in the saloon of spirits. : MACOLA.I :, 1'aiafni street. iUrOANS 'I Miss Vlolette! lor..uo.Ia 5' e,t G'-'oiy 2TTT lpji HAN'S

in Atlanta, has shot and probably ::rr) stoi. s nl.l! hirers something I| 8TEAX8E1PH. phone3I.:! :.t.lm!

her ear. The wM wounded John C. Ilarabrick, May aA : :! C\N .\LWA11': Of.1AIVK1I -I
neither; the following
until his in ) ';'! Warren are .... :'? lie Hr. lU1.;j', Nicliolsen, ar at KotMlllll HV l'\I TlJoS H\V1NU (.(")t i Last fall I bpramed my left hip BATHHOUSE
partner :<. which Kllen dashes oft defiantly! ia ( |)lil IsA SKUUKITIKS: IiC.I.T.I H o X WILLIAM : willie liafullinjf tome h -Hvy; bt<\.-.

Wheeler u now held at the wcr to Hani's \\ Lui.frlt : tra-.t... rr.ll'i.. Krackrnburg, ar Table "' HEH. i-oiu! bffru FALAKOXIK I Thp doctor I cal i"t1 In ,;'tld at ti'-t I
racks ou tho charge of assault Last Hf\ Meh 12KtrnioiH !:iTltRE r. I i iI
can me tr no I and
t'.r :!171.! Hamburg> April InCHUI it was .IHtht'traiu! would -M.H
tent to murder. Lorene T.Lc me <'r c-i; lilniu-o>1'. \intern islet I'ardiST May YOU WANT: TI) BORROW MONEY be well, but it grew worciiiil the
whito woman who is said to be casv a straw u-h"t.i'r! he has me cr no." i.iCitvnf I I f FOR t LADIES PND Mtk.
property, procureulf.trai'l'iof theuiiuii-ii.
"" 1IIl'III'y.ln.ur. your doctor tlii-a "111.1 I hiid i iI
of Wh-'ftler is held as an '(' '! if Tilt! 'u could know how ruthlessly (iioun .t< r, Kr 1570, Mel burn fjir- lit!>,, buy or nil real rs- id I
t i ilvml Hn-ineii May I : I It continued tll ;:r"w wonp
Ilambrick the wounded man, is is trawpliug! U'H1 n noble heart! Knli-t I liivrisrmitl. lr.17' !. Hull March Is tat,'. rent property of nuy description h.ive ,. around work. II
uUI "t to
rents collfctid or your tiixe attended to.r c" bardly ;: THE BEST ; CCG'Y.-: '.
to bo in a critical condition. lid Storm, who has known: lllleu > iiudd"rsl'eld. tin, laa.l\ollln''II.lir..n Yar- ..ll on or addre-s hoe. \'. Watson .t Co. I went to a 'It II,.' "t<%ri' and tl.cdiui\i .
the Grady hos itdl. (childhooil is a th'ughtless. fun lov I ",'.lIlb .%PayIitkniooi'Rr..atMoutb Iti-al t state and Jnsuriinoe agents. Pensaioln. (
I irkt rec'>!nm -idvl uu m try
The fchoutiii:: occurred in the aiiti"I: young and if i these is one thing .I \entiiuor. rtr.2ir. Ancas.cienoa April I'.iI who.Imvs Kin. a Charges lot from iiiotiemt"us w.. will. Tov.'ryor.e uiul niomynith bvilain'-s i Pain Halm. I tried 'hl'1 Bath; 5 cel. :;

ments at 4Slj Decatur street. enjoys III this wolM more than anoth I I Znllx.lo"r. Br.I'W.I .)MIIoll.l\r Rotterdam which to build a IIOUB. ml-tf on boil of a iio-cpnt botti.piirtd ii: "
were fired both taking effect. i is his language "muk- i; April Is i
it -
to us. un n ": 51t1P4.I entirely I now recomm-iid t'> all Towels, 5 cents extra

SllIr.r- ---n :'.IaLt.- another fellow j'-islous. He has an I tun'dll': Hr.III7'1.l\t 1oI"'no..." "prill 1'ou ici.'N .'. my frit'nd"-r'. A. :.\ init ti. ft Ic. ,

:: ;:,' \ nt i-l-ewbi-re tonight an.! only I.i"-h' lias, r."..., sid Table flay April I Pa. U i i- for sale by Haiinaii llr' "., Corner Fl'-rid.i: III.-.m. i .1 ,,
To be bound !bund: and f > ( .
a few mo-rents after ieorg 23 .
I Jtt'iT.-Tw..I.lnhl.- * Pel. 21 S. Palafox ptrett. I j'n.: ,;:&. "I"' ii.. ;, ft",11 F. 1.
years by the cti lin- { tt-t-., outers but\ when piiiig away he BARER. IT'iMv) I r""I. Apply to Knowles Krns I II I

wor t form of *!l.iv'-rv. a ..i the cudacity to stoop and snatch a AiU'rika.Xor. 7WI. sid llambnri fay 1 :jI ml-innlli 1'dlafox .1 r..t. Pi.i-aco a. Kt.i.odlt i Line.

Williams of :\ .' .s Ullen's rosy dll 'k. Adii. Swi-d r.!Nor."I.l\t"'Table(I. *>Hit Kay>d Hiimbiiri Feb 12llenmrlif May S Is--- I /L"___4'_ NKJTJIKK tho captain. o.'n.d' :

t-lls how such a M-ive w.u t cour.. iJeu! is imiignant.: but the! limn.'hirl.. It, nil. slil Henon Mirrh nKtrlrano. KKN'r-fjirit-.. tuk Warcr I C i .-rs nor Couslmi of 1i.panuIi ", :
fret He ") wife h'l" .. :>Nor i>H. sld Leer March luC'.lom" l.J.fll .. I ITlios. __....I.:_ 1t''" UkHr4W U/atsoi 0
siy. : iy fl.I.\!! is poiie before she can .." hon M mi liiiilruii'l' t. ppl> to ||| hi' responniliif fur deOtscontracted Jl;?os. Q. ) \
1t "MurrH April
rO helpless for five year* t -. I'iiu with her fan. Dotro ;". or. 711'4 .Id Sharpness May ti H nnish. jlmltf by the crew of 0:1.1,1: v...s..iJnK I

could not turn over"in bi-d. \ guilty;: led stains Kllen'a:: handsome I Erllrl'I'.It. sld Tunis lIce :21'itiuim .. I .. L. l.AilKIN ti. <.
lit ){I:: li U 1171 sid Marseilles March > REAL
After two bo.ttles of ESTATE
u ins .' as she looks over at lur Io\or. Iut I I" I.' K'k friiiu Jin-. f-ti-liu Mn.Bfsqu ; ConSigri..eS. 'I'lt :
Keii'esjern Nir,74. Md (auck tl\dl March ILcMzm. I
Hitters she i is: wonderfully! inn.! an i/><*jn.t !'urye: of color has. Ital,072ld llainbiir t\pnl'l "r". Xf-r rv. 'nulv ti LiiwrciKHowe. \!
and able to do her own work." Utsxge Warn-u's yes are fixed: : IRI"c..lla.1t. bid hamburg i'iov tNOTICI oo.rii !I.-.. 'iil-in; I'nlw I ..f T-jf. XEI 1 11 KU llicnptiiri.o r. j'' Rental and Insurance
2S53 nor ,',,') l."t', ..f tf,* t r i*
supreme remedy for fem-jln ( ler. ami. oh. h< au-n. "hJtI. tcrri- ... lurr.l.b.,1 ; .; ..
")Jt 1t1--1'-1 b. r""i- .,., "IU"II a ill ii ponMiili' for I
quickly cures lI..n'UI\'II""". .l le cl.augu has eonie: OUT his fare! :. { ablw for l.glit I IKflmonl m..IL"'p.I1I:; _:. \.lIlt-1 debts i-ontracind lIy the crew AGENT,

ness, melt!IC holy, liail.uhe.; Mary sees: a storm brewing, and I There will bp n Inpetlnl' of the Pen- fctr>et.1OIJHALK In' of said T''9'<.>'1. l'UA.II.I'I1.\.J"'I: I Curntr ( i.trd..a and 1'al.ifx -

ache. fainting; and JJzypell" i : : it best for the Imers to bf alone jiacnla Athletic Club Tue dll)'. Juns W. (0*. Keywr Co I aptain. I
miracle working medicine i is : quietly Icatt the 1".11I. I---- FOR I 1'.n'l"n...'.'
All inembf I'EN'SAroi.A Ft. .
12, at S p. m. are earnestly : _. / \
_.... _
tend t<) weak, ,sickly run il" \\ "!I"D cannot look i in her lover's face. to bl' Business ----
requested -
present. l.. *."f ."..", ...ith. tliH captain owl,. We furnih below
pie. Every biittleuarantretl.. : knows she has: done wrong, end her -Kf'BU'Twt r you a lin-f :
of will he transact .. .. .
importance I of tb Hnt
I ptilvntll South .I..fT..r. "!; ? .
W centSoli::) by W. A. ) :- M-ek the carpet.Viihout ed E. 0. QCINA. don'strci-t.on WIIII* h' 1'j.H' : at-TlItH \\1111'.. reoror. strabyda.'liins, wbloh i. hull, .

berte, Druzgtet. n won). (lcurgeVa'ren rises --- -.- .- contracted by I ly chan!!" only:
-. tbe cr.'w of ,..Id T"..I'!. ,
-- -- .o. 111. West Cerinntri
is about to depait. when Ki'.en! Vl':!- nio"-'iz-.l I1r..I.hou. for ptre'i.tnrv.
See those window awn- G'ORI.EA; .. W.Ntu *. :-' $15'd'.
A BOLD DASH FOR : p .l'tte-? .- i tr : HintfrtljK W. I. Wiltlch A Co Captain.Con'iii"s. :\0.111. Nortb! hprlng .
I .\rl' yi.n going: 1'<' soon. Oeorpe ;t jingsatAtarstom4. Finch'sI McMillan. I'; It ..t..ry.ICM', .
"rliUlu'rt'I"I&IIlr: theSherllFunrt 1"IS. I think it is time for me to go, ---'I'll" Ki-rr r""UC" oil En.t --- I ",,,.:\<7. West flume tt r<.et. bOll
Their J.foI'i1pe.MARIETU. ; I : s .P.urton." I 1 Commutation orSentno*"> Askort.WASHIXOTO 1 li.'K 11,,<1.d.n ctn-et. Apply to It.4atf K: L.jiaiilell. i In t'f11II1'lril't tb> 1'nlt-d of(oIRl"( Klurl t.'I la-lrl"I'In BISrIPtI rurt t.It.'y.. 'ortl- 1.0 No.'I' 4.'.. North J'Uf ,tr>.. t. '
is startled expression El Ain-nt. .
/{ a i tory.l-.tiili.
In Rrt L. lirrii.
Ga Juno 9.-A re Bankrupt
.. *. JBU .-Represpnhxi :-n. v*. Wen .
fa. Is that cold sternoiee her I Tn the cr -ditor. of said "ifrra of HensaPola. Wright nr.lorir. -
1'4.\1.-1'11. m.-.t ,)>->iiRtile lot In .., ..
.iok )berc about ? I OR U. < .
t pluco
livery er'i ? i tivn Fleming has presented to President ji t-rms. hy lbs Ki'hcr in the cry on t'B'Y hrby tlveii that on Ibttlh Car of ..liino.A. M. West6oyenmyt *U.- '
and three ne roc* gained their : .\n.1 I'll hid you pooJbr'ODliuu..l McKinley a petition for commutation to K >''l Kitate Agency. :t.1', Miutn I'alafox 1).. 1'0.>. IbM -.i.lfslc ir w a.iulHI I;ud<,'1n I story. I15.KI.NO. \ .
for awhile. I cold even tones, 'for I shall return street. 1'Hlm i h"rkrupl.and tutu th. nr-i ni...-;In ( clIm :f"l. \* .u }."IIII<)ot .tre.-t .
t I, life impri> KniuAut of the \eash sentence creditor will t>.. h.-il| At office ..f the 1111dcr'ncned. story II:!.". .
When Deputy Sheriff Dt no mere. I of lionjamiu IL Snoll the murderer of I Ni,. II .:ioviTninent *tre.-t. No. !11. East fo"'rnm"nt .tr....:

Sam Stokes : : !" >tm. to her fp< t. (;ergear::; little Lizzie Weinenburg. The petitionis l'Ul'J'lfI't,0.:1): ..........-- ........,.._....... in the city of Pen."..0111. .1".. on the slit I torv. 11111.No. .
to feed thfl prisoners coi'ig::; to eave her? No e,). he must ----- day of J U.,". A. l> I':*". at ten o'ciinkn III. ate. North 1'\'IUI..n utrtstory. t
nod by all the Georgia members of inil "'en.i.'rspher o"- "',no.NO. .
the head with! bar I ; *' which tine the crerti". may Hthti.I.prove .
him on a She ertun'-.t !live without Lim! BOOKKEEPER .
'. .
t i congress. and executive: clemency is ""' .r Ann preferred.hiDtrienued. tbel' claimi, appoint IrtKioo if n.- : I:' ":N.t IfltendeUCIA SIr. *
vrhirh they had broken from I th o'it.trtihp hr.nds >.!ie cries: Kefcp-nrfi RUni. K.T.J. .... .. tbe I .I"ry. ,..111
ciiiniii" bankrupt "" tr.ini
asked m the ground that SucH ii of "r' >Hi t .
Dewberry cauuht thn blow I (J.-orse.\ CrMfge, rorgi\e n.e! I didn't mind. unsound :JJ2a. suet, oth,' liu-ln!". n. may properly com" I No. II''!... tlI.t liRdiden .
bnnd. or he would probably \ hol.lrth,' nieelloii. dwiliini.,4 rofiin*. I .I"ry. I? .tt
: --- ----- .
I No. 510. ""mtlJ'CIIIIIZ n'u.-.iitory.
K K. Nlr'iOLl.
killed lie WM bally stunned : " wf.l '!<1. BUrn; na exphioRtion: is 4'olor"do .I'rohlhlttonlstv WAN2'JD.. I Refer In Haakruplcy. Jiiini.No. .
h..f.'re he could 411. ,K.'t Intendrnr '
wamid ret-over '. .>..>nry. D\\VJR. June !&-The inhibitionstaff --- -- : Mr.
prisoners! had passed out an.l wm.Twi hive siwo thst night, Al AXI I'.l'-Wbite ulrl to II"r.d1,1 I h'lrv. 'II WI.Ne.
':trM pnas..1 < I .: No'rth
I. .
iiinvpufion has nominatM a full \ \ ladj.M-'i EI\'I (,5.lM.fltlCet.! l1J! 't' )RO1AL': will r.ceived at I ::f?. : l'arc.lolIl\ -'
) of the negroes have beea ; l Kllen: Hllrtnll'h d,">i..tte! life has been ---- I the Bureau "I Supplier and! Ac- i olory. iifun.No. .
tnrtd. : ... '-. by one bright: riy. and that was tilfct.: hr-atled by J. 11. Wiley for govrtntr. 'Iin |.... West Wright sir.-:. '
lntil >nt.Vftt.
-- ---- -- -- I 3111 .\TJ: 1:11 "WtSH "t HUVnct : CountNavy DPpirtin* slur",01'1 I.'.
Coflmina ILtnkrnpt. hpi thnt (Ifvrgo Warren would re "' l'tie y '. holiK the presidon l..nclatrcxi.. \r.. It. r' I I'-Laii'l ."'ImS'lTl'AlloX t'lI. I). C.. until 1:! <>'cl"ick noon. N" ". 117. North 7th AVHIstniy. .. '" .

soine time, but that lioix has van- : of the 1;lIitt'rl States "rfsjioiisiblefi I I June I 12.: I'.M! ;. and publicly .pfied $:. r'l. .
Juno 9. A as fifiUistiToarni: h r I. H N". :". i'ast VrittiI ,
.ATLANTA she learns thr.t Ceorge
now, thA this therf-ift
rfisKrar" brought
upfin C.IlIU'1 AlI voluntary bankruptcy has .' 'a is the! !lu l-jiid of :\fwl h'r. try l>v the tabi-hMnt! ) of drunk,,: i"s saws. :U-tf the! annual fcujjply' 1.1 c'i'tj: !, coke .\.1 n "'lint., r <.f >"'a' I '. ,

against Coffman! by :Mrs. C.I! : J, tt.-t: l.!<0"*.t nIl!! Too late now pi rh" Philippines, 1'oito Uico awl i. w..od itt.d churciul it Ib."j" f-rt ..! tli.. -ii% v i i. !i. "' ,, : '
eradii-ute the idol that has held sway I :IlL.1 .. TA'T.Il-AIl kinc of empi' quart YardPortmouth.. N. H t:"-t4> by i ailing t- ,,i;.. .
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L. Auister auil :-ms Dros., who Henceforth --- --.- -jchuty bottles P'. A. FKIEJVAN: I 'I
her heait nil tlnnw years. MaN York !
; ; -w ; .
he unlcUed rhein in tin- .. no v'Jt I I .
in the of life hopeless :outn (rulln.t ( :amp:ll lI.
travels pathway
: I P*.; \\'iI"hi"II. D. C. ;,1. !
.,04&. Jacob ilu.t .' of th.>
$ >. i>n a lone tll':>llateoman.Xew York COJ.t"III.\. (;., June 9.-The ,'utftcdriniin TTANTE1O14 beer l;: tLl I... !H.\I1' ''''I'1: \' ; IVti-acol" Fla ; the r.uv.ilta- | Thos.
of the -OmtlI'rIl! Agricultural: lirus. 'i: Peb1eyATTORNEYATLA
set :
\\ rnrlier than I IIIJ'141" ti' i.- ; Newport.I It I ; Port : I.I .
vas esp -
mode a s-tateinev.t in which! li ojinis : : -==- =--.--. _::: _. Ipl'l
I S. C. ; Key .\f'>t. Fl- ; tl t-
that $Ltti'n & Pliillii, attoni'-ys ': a< an internal remedy ..r.I. Every futility will let vi't.--l '\\1'JI: ). I I '
: Ac..dl'my. Artna1sihi.. :\1II.
nnceru have nn i\ill .*!:S iOO ,. im In cu.eUt suinintr awl I ie ili"iiciis are that; it will bn -, ---- ---- I! .I.lIu"l : ; .V
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.. the : -upply l at ,
I IiMlccLtrea tl.nt' jl.l i() "if this WII i mrlaint.. d'.urh"I. uyr-fntery. it :.anii-i'arly! liV.-Iy canvass. It <>jj"n; on I.AM l'I.E di.trttiitrs usntetvvrry'% !I. ; ;I '
attorul'la"t : and the :1 V> per I <**': uti-i-r st.t. "cuJ !"Ha1dres 1 1 Ho-, .1.! !J1-pi-narii-i.. i-ti.. -- >. :M I..
the full
;... "a u-k; !lv. I'-fii II" a I liniment Jiini-1 II at Oraa\1.ur: and cluv-s Aug. ..-J -tiilnrnlii\.1'.pi'. hunoina r.i-tu- : Porr-ui-tath :. H ; lh..l.t'1. M.I..
; ;
iltT I.nllly from Liufhui-r At' juit [.I1vr action it like iiiairic. when!' Zt- :s.J in V.umli.k_. ,. -Cy Co..7: : departure i. -- --
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l.rJ.w (V n tl. Cl.itifMr.iini''er the! cos- .; : nuj In. nl..1 |:., i '
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lion't fiil t'l uit..
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\\Viljril.'h-uit 'tt. it i- :< I'.iin-Ki'iie": Avoil tunics worn by Ar.t'rlcan women strike!! "' .
of |
i \ 1"I; :: hll- a tj'i.ot *"t.rl-i. :\h--'IHI f'lnl .il fur ti' XitvJl
}::t't Iit'.i-iulencia ,trei-t. 8 I1T.s "-'ini!*> \ tb.T1. bat .i.e Pain- lni! as i'riuz I in ff'nre"pect3 ridicu- >I tNml-:. '. /:af-k.1: tn. <'itlI!l 1\1"'' E'-it i Y..ik. P.Unk h.'nntW I. hoif Iiu.IlI.C! itt f..r
to hi* fnetul-5 ,'- ler. iVrry Davi'. Price ::jc. andY .r.-2 .r\ -tr"ft Hurt ,!" thorn. ! and iu9in M HI.Hcoccy .. '
Iii tailt rinc ..t.bitieo.'nt : lo'j*. s.iil! Mrs. I'ljkics."Yo I" p'->;)'i-al- will tIP furiii-heU upor: ,i\ I

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owing tt Ls: point! of view. If ho l Ladto --- --" .n. l .r'l.t N-v-.

for fine clotiiiasj: re/ais. l' ( <;JL cnu nave mor.rby prv: fir n fe'v of them he'd soon 1" KMMI PCiKM MikiufacMrM ..,'. V sr4r !. ".' \ ivv l'-i t .f!. Etat: f: -
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