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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 13, 1900
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
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.
General Note:
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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Committees Arrange DetailsFor Deaths Resulting From Striketo Reports Say British Lost 700 !! Administration Regards Con- '
State Conventions. Bo Investigated. Killed and Wounded. 'I ditions as Very Serious. :

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obey will Org41iae! Convention at Co- Another Company of Citl/fn Sworn Burghers Administer Severe Defeat to I!t i! States Will Hold Aloof From I TRIBUTE TO THE FILIPINOS. CPEDIT hit N .I!CONVENTION_ :' J'' Jj:

1'lcUet lieNornl ld-(;. All rolitleil Schemes-Measure* Are ,
lumlmi- Mate to A. 1111 Aid In )Ialutalu-
I-n'lll-llulll'r l'meDt.UIOI' General Otis Are the Best
Ueporta Kiiga Says They National Association Convenes at Mil 't t
a4tf-.MrtillUu Ulscuiisiii Se- flag Onler-mortii: Making to Settle Uetikeo-UeWltt Is 1 13Urcbu Adopted Looking to Trottx-llou of j of .\u) Asiatic Itae I' aukerVith Large Attl'odlnN'i. .

trrdy Arraigns Admlulstrutloii.MiTtvirHKE. : till l'1111'.IO Sirlke. on Johaoutsburz.LONDOX I I' American Interests In Orient. ] WASHISGTOX June 1C.-During Gen- t' MILWAU1iEE, June 12.-The fifth an. 'y. '

i' WAMIIGTOJane Ii-The cabinet 1 oral Otis aftcrnooou at the war depart- nual convention of the National Associ '
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Juno 13.-The Demo- hurts, June M -The experimentof June 12. A ,
plentiful .
crop meeting was attended l-y Secrctarie.j i i meat iu conference with the heads ofi ation of Credit Men opened its three
tuntat' contention to elect four dc-1- sending out cars over some of the lines of have boon filtering through \
reports ,,t
( : Hay Hitchcock, Long and Gar,- i the various departments in regard to the I days' he.-'ion with 2iki delegates ia 4 r
,(.3'at .argo aud to ratify the selecr of the Transit company without police Lorenzo Marquai. Aexm ding to these j j auj at
j: Pus:ml.ittr General Smith. It tic. I condition anti nerds of the army in the i tl'Ilin.UI"l.Jdl't'. of welci '.
r .f a distnct delegate to the nab guard worked so sati.sfactonly that the General DeWitt, with 13,000 burghers, j was I t's >m were
[ voted largely! to a discint.ion of tLt I'hihpptn's. he hail many questions: to [ delivered by Guvexurr 1'lwnrtl8cofit'ltI
a1. nwntion at Kansas City was plan baa bwn tarried out ou several is marching on Johannesburg; the t ,
i answer it his iltt'll'mr.witlt his end Mayor David S. Hoc for the +
Chinese utuatiou. IIIbid :
3, d to irder at Alhaiubra theater other divisionsThe mayor's: proclamation Biers have retaken Bloomfoutein where I'I' Secretary and and L IlerareM.Ilattinfor :
fri-ii-ls : and t'atiire city ) e
U' th(' cabin disjritchefrom JIiuistT re-pscSii'i} present
lit :tk by GeorgeV.. Peck chair- has quieted down the situation. President Steen aguiii occupies the presidency :I, the Mihvatiki o i.Slt'la.linl1. ; .
I uiiiuiti iu th. and )f
The injunction the of Conger v.'hi.'i! !diat<.l that the j us Philippines President John Reid of '
central forbidding es-
*t: t the -tuto committee. uso ; the British have sustained a severe : tlle"'l.w taed ijuitf frti-ly. II" ma.tene Philadelphia

: JaniM IL McG lall of Green Bay plositesor fireaims and warning thus defeat at Eland.slaagte, and have I >h-jd ituatu no n late is very d' tHtTi-tary The .tq'I Loa thai; : ', E atem:'.'a in part cuirr V'licd Caw the ass, iatitJn an address had howu in \\ hich remarkable he said : .-fit
x< li. : al. hmimi-ary chairman. lIe having no business on the streets to also lie t TOO killed and wounded and 150 i j had been tak n to r.lIfllrcedmu'al 1 us u diaiuift surpriso in new of the! tact priwth in the laM U". The latter ; 1'v
i:: jurt follows: keep oil is having a good effect. prisoners in a right at Vrodefort. Nothing K"mptl'were gone over and it was de- 1! tint h. !hl I a'l.:r and a ha1.I' :ion nf his address y\was devoti-d to por-
Both the strikers and tho authorities j Puhiinii- bur ho tlared those i i1'j pertmalty t
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W nave I rubied for tho purpose iided to stand by the i*licy which hoi i i in corJH-etiou with (
,4 v.uj; diegate to the national '' are"preparing statements awl making from any other 00 Hr(e lends color to i be:'ii eit
in ut Kansas City, when a man up lists of witnesses to bo heard at the these atones with the exception of too far the protection e.f the lives i ad prop any nf the A.:'at.c m.,-, hvmi :' bullion wa-s taken with .
uos-eii who will succeed William coroner's inquiry, which will settle the last, which is probably the Mixer v -niou I e. ry ut.luu. -rican citi'A-Us and uoting in. i Pi.ciiu cat and i.s.anils. litjtud u :. up routine re- -

M! :amiey ud pre.iidcnt of the United responsibility for the fatalities in the of the riu-ii.-it.-j- the military battalion ili'n.'udeutly vi far as I.,,,ibll. ui.:li tribute to their aciuiisiriteuess.saviiig ----. --- .
ji-it: m March 4. 1W)1. riot of last Saturday. The coroner has of too Derbyshire regiment at lloodcval i', It may bo that in the mpliiment! that: th- yi>;.ug; UI.1 iH 'y. ;.- Machinery Milpped to ('ulna.

'1 1. heft that the epjirirtunity of Dewy nmmoiied a jury to inquire into the In regard to President Steen being atBloemfontein of this result the forces of the power :ihte liii:inns t.. hero lr.antinAutrrl BF.T OIT, H., June 1'J.-Fourtix-n carloads slit
,' has urnved. The Itepubhcantit" death of C. Edward Thomas, the smiting : a dispatch from Maztru, will have to act ia unison for the proteo :;;. The d.-maad for 'ha'-, ou ThIUt'rimn ,'
hu- given this government four street car conductor killed in front Ilisntolond, XIon
iars i IIf broken pli-dges and brokent of the pse barracks in Washington ,t Steen was then ut Vnile, 200 miles from ', taro distiictn, but this ;s to bo the extent I Tuev \"HJit the Amenciu school book- Iron shipped by a lielmt manufactory ';

BIN--. They may talk to you of venue Sunday evening. Bloemfoutem. of the AuierK-au activity. It is to und iivl..i'<* heir chilJn. will by Uf.fdmutttl :.--" to Shanghai China. This shipment t'; .
, iirnty; but wo mu.t admit that it is During tho lat two lays the sheriff's G I'ral Duller wvrns to be making li confined solely to the protection and "">ai the.n. The Filipinochil- marks the first American and u
: u prp nty of wealth and nut the PO.SMJ has gamed u number of new members -substantial progress and ought to) pi>sse.s ,: bj""gn-irJing: our iuVre.sts and those dreu barn rapi j.'ly. Even the oil na- probably the only j.ip<'r making machinery
.'parity of lnb<>r. Look where we most of whom volunteered. Tau I the roih-oad at Charkstown (in the i I of our citi/ns. The Chinese government fives scan the ti):.t books t iu nit effort to ever H'ut into tho CVlestial em,1

may we the laboring mail engaged Twenty-third company, composed mostly nurthtrn extremity of Natal) whence, will In hooked to under the general fix Ihiplis'i: phrases in their mind. There! pire.. There have ben i).tix'r| making .#.
m it life and dear struggle with capital of young lawyers and ba-auess men, i presumably, ho will advance on Heidoli i, laws of comity of nations to restore order way a dearth of teachers at t'.r-t. The machine ,hip tnents made from this city t

IT un existence." is the l*urse 11 the sol. to Jajuu. ____ _
Mr. McGilLm then charged the Re- post U. A. li., whoso members comprise llnljerts. A distuitch from LaeJit'nburgI I thai free all polio ad schem in (lie.; who know a kttld Spanish aud tin A {'
lUican administration with fostering some of the city's best citizens, is organizing I says tK) Johaiiresbnrg mounted policeim'i which the jinvws may become involved wo cap. Lo! for detail a.s teachers. .I'II ut'1hilnl..M. .,
f trusts; attached tho course pursuedin a company to be sworn into the with a Muxici gun, have "currvuf tJe 1 mist ;..aces :1.1 10 hold 1\1001._, I wish to sty that I feel under t
the enactment of the Lhngley tariff i posse. i f, < red to General IIll1kr. : The navy depirtDiut his cabled die Two Important Captures.W.vsiuNoroN li: -tiiir bliiations for what Chamberlain's '

bill. and mtinimil the administration's I n-ctl.r to R''r Admiral Kcm.ff at Tabu June 1..-(J<*aeral Ma--- Cough Remedy lias done '.
Cuban jiolicy in deln .j i--tht island SETTLEMENT IS IN SIGHT. .I DAD NEWS FROM FREE STATE I to iifcrm him that the marine reinforcements I Arthur Manila has cabled tha for our family. We have used it ino Ji
: at warderrartnu'ut
cases of hunt i
with "a hordt of office-seeking carpet- haw been emlorod to him from | many coughs,
4f.'irj.. Chicago Contractors\\ ill Submit Their ,Severe h1;hUu; IJpjM>rte
At the conclusion of Tt'mporaryChair. Proposition to trllu I fe U'li-v.,l. :, Thus the admiral will bo in a puia (Genl'.l'a Hizon, near Mexico and Cevestary has always given the most per'i

jun Mc(;hlLlu spKih, committees on CHICAGO, June 12.-Bankers, capital- I.NUO,, Juno U.-Bad news from to act with preart-r freed.du in huiidii-g :: at Aleala, both important, latter fect !>iti-fiirtion. we feel greatly indebted ".'.

\1h'ntiIlIJ and a permanent organiza- b.ts, real estate men and a hoist of 'j i very imiiortiiut leader of guerrillas in to the manufacturers of tins
Wf'ru appointed and recess was :I'K ol;es Jowly i 'I\ ere, knowing that he will soon be 1 Pan1l1J.1l province (Luzon)." G'-ucnilCurbia remedy and wisd them to please accept -
whoso welfare dejieiids inure or less on \rtut ofS'ja. The of commnaic-atirais our hearty thank*.-Respectfully .
tu:a. I able to repla o the marines divtrti ;I ( attaches considerable imi irtaat
building activity in Chicago to say''' ciao alt TQ T,7 dues>.iay, the day after ir 'ni Tahn. :I !to than raptures. He thinks they arc itiis. W. II >TY. Des Moines, 1
M1EAN MEN ARE IN CONTROL ______ i I Iowa. For sale hv Hautnh JSro?.
nothing of thousands of workingmen! ]I/,rd; tuitonsl the iu the nature of surrenders and mdicatu ,
----- I 1, J Interesting Ioi 'loiiiienU Kxpeoted. ''that, the principal leaders of the miur 21 S.l'abfox street. : -J
>i-sPd the how that the of
eijre' uiooDug i j fact notf.miH.d until
Oblulll'UI'! 'nlh Advocate was Saturday,
UeweyFurlice -- -- ---
V/ASjit-NOTOX. June U.-Nothing is onts the and
s are abandoning cause
contractors and trades ; '
President. union repress- LlIl" the truth revi-aled until yesterday.ILoio Ptufecnger Train ittc)>rd.
ftttUes tin result in a settlement of the known as tn tho reaxm impelling Cal (coming into Manila to accept American .
lji H R loilei
(). JQUO 13. All the iit.s setTO ;htiugat SIOKE, Wash., June 12.-Meager #
v ( projc lalxir dttlicnlti-s. |i fa! lit rails Welt guarding the railway tcia McCallu to fJ a-shnro at Ti-n T'iu ETipivmacy.Habitnil '

work of ho Democratic state Tho conrractors will announce their \ {:c the Iix'r ruioejs tjj-uck the line personally, instant ol pliuang the littld': conetipitirn: i= tIll don r particulars have reached hero to the
jx.itoii to their conferees and, nivvrd1 1 f of Americans effect that the Great Northern eastbound
".in has been completed sa that i of coni2.nnications and their ciisiLihiai iroa l 'command throiiffli which of the serious
the .- ,a'. q can proceed to bu>iuoss.h : lug to present phn; the !l.itt-will lay were s.'vcris about 100 being killed ant of & sn!)ir;nalQ p j1I''t:. lira "i 6-- Ills; of the body B'-'atfn'ttpd. The passenger train was derailed ntSummit
the before th-ir rrspx-fi'--ii': us for : \(\ f."fct'aiea. .r::c4t to tea the \icw Imt tho hitnaj j occasional of I'ISICKTV AsitBITTKKS Mon., at an early hour. It Is dappobeilthe
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jiittee were in session dating aition. The contractor' n..'tini:, us it '1 tion .soriotis the result of
:.:ue a forced n'mesh by rail. was so that IxM officer will vc .mil cir this accident was the a tiroKon
tilt. ", ,3 und the delegates met in will Lo outlined. at the nrtj-Mnv, biu \\uy I'li hint d for Heilbrun to jtin on the ship should bo bent ashore in. i distressing conditi'-u.rem Sold! ly Hannah raiL Two enginas and four coaches are 1 ?-? >-a auto stLx-tod the nw strta i'of yet Lien H..IMI-ie salsa: l.t ltileLivo !_e .1. ;-.J f>juld: bur WL. Hx-'i g with stAnd of keeping him on bower the .ship. Bro*. reported to have gone into tho ditch. A i
1mt'tt und oflktTS of the conveuTI :evs'1 to I'\i nuduvd! They i li ar ic i* on ThatvJav wiinii 10 Captain SlrCulLi is a cool headed ""1'\1 or more 1 usscngers were injured
t: ;.are ,IPnitii.t tlie: I.Onthoi: the ,ia.i-scf ::; il<"-nuatioii.: VVhi-iier this able otirr," said the iiflkial, "and Admiral LYNCHiNC! OF SlKON! Af3Ai3.asDtrjvnj but none were Mlloil ourrigjjt.Senator .
eummittcv '. liuliiiR ircdrgcounril ns the tumUi-l! 1 _'tss ._: _
on nsola ions wi l | fi>;'tv was returning from IlnvievillevritSt Kempff very likely thought that
;[ .differences' of opinion to set- 'U-llt \' movement for u fcuttluneut. The i-. pri'oneni, or wus mi auxiliary the situation culled for all the brains, \\ : Into the! ii\rr !w.1 ii<:. Platt to fcetlre.i!/ r

.';I II tho Unpiap' of tin ).lat III'P.I, hilt d"tiiuJ wh.h will U nude of the ""';..r.lll.'.r.l; aliont IL-ilLrrii is uns ability j nd exit nenca that could be see to ,\\ J'n. HEW Yo"K, Jnue li.-lleprdina the
,* arc uo ruiUcal di3fe>riiv, rN'.Lt- cuious will probably mcU'.de the folA rtain.ui. euri- OH.C-IIT-., I:.-It i..1..r.rlw'that statement that he ,vii; going to resign '
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issues. The <
!? diffrrences areuniy > ;; n. of Il"fl'D: I.iildLarap- the needs of tho bitnituia. In my npitinn -
as U) the form iu which theitions No rviiricioii in the amount of work I iuhc.loti: m the ailtary circles. lfo\ i we shall have *nm vary stirring fc'ir.tii A !.::', the thh-'O 1swhitiuwr his seat in the senate, Senator Platt say

v:. -. shall b" made. a nat shall d. iu a day; no restraint ni lu;1 ::1o: h t<".'rf 'he l'i.-k of having las line arts from China is.'fore the week ccd;." l're.U thrown into the inw the rumor is without foundation, but ,

There will l o oictfsts for all placesn the naofnniiufactnrtdintteriullri( 7nmale ;:nw.L iiidi 1.11':1'111.1 in to Pit ina t-__ cad tel:':,>ti twill forLnlf\) that he has decided to retire from pub '
tit state ticket. excepted); no restriction in the 'd marches aid tae ie-alts ob- ; War Narrowly Averted. lie hfo and will not be a candidate for ,
: l.m wto t'io river
BaUiroii.viag ,
The McLxun men control the mnvei- number of apj.renti.'cs; no rostnctiou in i;;an! ""! liar utlfxl hw ; re-election in 1903. 1
j. cours" V 1CW UA, D. C, June 12. Tho Adelaide

nun by u lirjw; majuntr. There some the u.e; 1 f machinery; the right <> i'r-vcMr forces have deli voredwi the mob par alieirv chain ar"and hi.
talk uf John employer to employ and st.sanx.r brings a t-N.ry that six :. Mrs. Calvin Zimtnern.aa. Miles" .
making It. Mt-lx>an a dele- ;, discharge whom efftvnTc CMunterstrobe and have Mol, 17t.r" this handicap
gate at larRf, notwithhtandiux his purpar ho M-es fit; that the foreman shall lx the 1 iuo-i 1 ; .ver l.UOfl pr.snijirs at Lindley \\'( :: agn J ap.n: Russia were closa and the wilt! current, tho ne;rc burjr, I'a., :.iy. -AS a speedy cure r ,
-*.- to mil for Europe uext Saturday, agent If the employer and that eight ,tu! !vxitVaL They have thrown the ,, '0 war over" the: landing of a Japanese mude a heroic struggle fir life, and for c.)ugli?. coils.! croup and sore

and nut attend tho Kansas City convenetuon. curs a day shall constitute a 1y's' r'.t'JlU osuapiigu: mto diuovlerby tlieir'brillwnt t-ider wh"'"* removal \rlw1nest'd by ,' tbickin: he \vml e,:\. t1 ., crowd throat One Minute Cough Cure li -
work, with the rato tif \rages which pre I Ivailt'd j ttraujry and have learned bysserinor iin The agitation for Admiral Dewey as lit the beginning of the labor war. ) how mn-U mis -Jjiuf they caneause the refusal,i Great Britain to net ,I wor.cdinc him lIe continued to to take. I heartily !"Ana f fit
the (.wdi Ale fot'"ice president r T I with Japitu. Advitws from Shanghai to mothers." It U the harm-
oont'.nu. I] by h.I.rr sing the British hue ofeilnnniatiu, however, diving a* he went. only
..f, and it is i claimed to be entering Tmokinm Strike. s. I tell of the murder of Chinese General His lant dire i1l said to have boon some less remedy that produces immediate +
into the contest for del.gates at large. C\Inmm\l.1' Ills. JUTH 13. Tbo --- : Vans; !<)while! parlerlivj with the E<>T1 10 feet and iu ho came up Winchester results. It cures bronchitis -
Tx,wev was entertMiiod here List week I trackmen employed on the St. Lrrais division ;I Fierce Battle !.car NataL ers near Tint r\L lIe was ant from be- bulk Lxlgvd his head killing him. pneumonia, grippe and throat anJIl1n
bv Kilbourne. Still th IIl..ut Bryan and Dewey as the ticket at :t of the Illinois Central rei way the fulloing dispatch from ( has been found to ba conveying arms to I; STATUE OF SENATOR VANCE. '' Hargis i Pharmacy, Jno.
KanOool\, City .om to favor Lcntz. Although I have struck for higher wages. The men u- til* rebels and the government has nsbed !' tihfopard, H. Kahn. .
McLean cannot be here he want 13 cents hour. arul Bailer at Natal: "We have forced f his vaL i
is per i r rum ___ j U Will lie Unveiled at Kulelgh on j
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r.>rr"H'uted by confidential men who i i Almoiwls Nek. It is net mark 'dl on the j, August 22.j Pocket cutlery, scissors, fl!hirj?
are nducomnnttal on the Dewey candle INJUNCTION IS GRANTED. must, bet w tho lap donle to CharlestonHaw. : )Sonariea In Danger. | I tackle, cntw, pi tols and sporting I
dll'i I,i iM'KNLEY'SRUNNING The cienty was in considerable ;, \7isiasoTON, Jiuw 12.-The following j j June 12.-The committee goods of 111 kinds at the Willis Hardware -

i i! Restraining Order Issued Against the i force wu> maven l guns ia p Ksitum. The dispatch has been J'OOt'iv\sl at the on the Vance statue have fixed Aug. 22 Co's..lbbevllle'i..

, MATE. I, Ab>oelated PrcOT. i brunt J the flghtutii fell on the Oaiiadi'las i an the late of unveiling. Ey that time I
I j | stat flepnrtm from Chin Kianp{ : i: New Uauk.
t"ll'ht rresldpotlnlNoinlua CHICAGO, June 13. Judge Gibbms : who carriiHl tie position at the 'I Lirg" unmlr nativas organize seerret Ii i: tho excitm; campaign and state election ,1-
; point I1f the bayonet, and the Third cavj j halted here. : Go, June 1J.-The Cidwow -
has issued society
lion Will Go Fast. a temporary injunction Ul.'mDIlaint i.h-y brigade who People veryapurehenslve. i will have ended. The following hiscnp- )
; I heavily attacked on No lank will for '
W*sntv'GTONJune 13.-TLe president rf the Inter Ocean Publishing ear right from the broken wintry i I Ij protection. Want i} tion was ordered placed on a bronznI I open up business o
cml- r. Martin, who ugned the abiA
' hal company restraining tho Asbociated .roI1U. I hop our casualties are not I i j I tablet on the base of the statue: July 15 with a paid in capital of $10,000, .
quite a number of calks before theralinrt j I d!patrh Ls the United States consul at j all of which! is >-uncnt home
' mow then ItiO, which the !I "Zebnlon Cu'.rd Vanco, 1S30 pea.pIc.
PT'SB of New York from doing business coiLsiilcriug j Thin Kiang 1\113. ,
mating. iiiclndmg Senator : I __ i>. 1' LasMU'r is president and
under the namo of the Associated Prwe. tstreino length of the lki.dtion, is much ,__ April 14, 1-SiU; State Legislator, Member I
Hanna chairman of the Republican The bill of complaint seta forth the| less than I ezpoci.L The attack wa-s : MET IN SPECIAL SESSION | .f Unite- states House of Represeuta- Georg M. Taylor cashier.
national commit Wire ted by Hil-iyard, whow tires Thrice Governor of Xorth Carolina .--- -- -
,who will go to Phil- various acts which list np to the deci- dispovitwcs :
h1! !' ire In Tf
001'11111tmorrow attend the meet- si.m of the supreme court compelling were extremely good. The artillery North Carolina legislature Convrnw ; Four Times Elected United States i .; nnr;ee.

au: if the 8Ubcomnl tf'. tha .\ai'eiafied Press of Illinois to furnish Tenth brigade and Third ivalry brigade 1 To Alter Proposed Ainf ndcieot.I S-ntor; the Great Tribune of the PeoI L.\ 'UU.-:1TF. Tenn., June 12.-A fire .

T1, -mas K. Lo\vry of Minnesota, ono its news to the Inter Ocean Pub- did m->t of the wurk" I R.tis.sll. June 12.-The general as t pe." I I of ins ndiary criin hall destroyed a ; .

iie delegates at large) the Philadeljui li'-hing company: refers to entering the I sembly North Carolina met at noon >e rles Appointed.sjiiNOTOS i'I block of 10 bull-lings !iere. The loss ,
nuontiQU. was another caller Hei' docrw May Ii. liKK, in acccnlance with Steen Hf'llOrtf'd1'jU Uletz. I was #!<;.(> )). Only two of the buildings Z ;
I 'n.hinsr Senator \Yashburn of his the mand.ire' of the court and gives inliTajl Ins DOS, Juno 12.-Tho following elis- in special adj aimed wosion. Very few W\ June 12 represents- j:' were 1tC' thereby redactnthe los. .

'*a;' fur tw! vice l'rt'!irll-'ncy. Although the ntvnt meeting of the Associated patch Las been received at the war ofilo* nf the in att Republican'lfhn'r or tJio Populist member. five Dvjvnes ho.-. l 'en apjKiinte.l! to filii i i

'II' around theVb"it house in Press when several the old offir.s from General are as K-ginlat'irs arehere the vacancy on the board of general ape Shot From .\lIIhll"1. 't
Korc'tkrWalker in their
com i on own rspiiisa, and only a
'song with the president's callers I' reined and new ofHcors were rlS\I'i! at I.V.v Yf.rkII ffl the Dui\s Juno 12. I'
fa'Jnre Till
by .ter
d elected.fho nand uf the lines of communication illS few political m,'tsnws art' to I.i' p.u-x>d. manager i
particularly akmt the vice
Theasion will harl1b..t l of the senate to conrrm thenTipoint- of Col .1 C. C. .
llhfriCll.: "x J r timculliratiun fronl more than awek. UK 'Iuubti'r'slargecattle .
t' itial
> nomination, the to.ltorary injiuictioii restrains
senators : .
Hunt ofV. 1) Hynuin fif Indiana
't 'hn n wuce June .. He was : I j ranch in the Panhandle
x at 'rrod with Mr. McKinley were the d.oni! rr J use (5 to the Uttth of tchkop. S ILi'V.'ovk of this !' -!oi will r-xn >t ap-iohtul as a '
Nissinatcd fniu ambush lat
onccrrinj only iu the state- am'! '" tli: name of the .\uc l1i.ll'rt'Sio teyu D'mlt'mt it said his night neat .
f ;
.t Minis ulrvrntioas in '! '
I' ,'. i.l intcrff'rlI: war Kictz. Th Priti\li prisoners proposed can Stanton, Ttz. '
i the situation had not yut : tr.1.11 with or artmitSii, due the 1
Lirjr-ly to itllnIH'l' of ?
tent to Vrede are well treated." .::,nnnual nnieiidniftit u> thA present proiainent -
it e.v: to iujrvru) nr drt-tn>v the e'wt': : 'tl that the vice presidential !J ai ''-. of the . < .It A.O. i KPJ rt'.mtaUDatr
:'w 'Ut'rll1\f"of it li '.
t ; pres.'riniml'll'tlUC' :f
-': in will probably ffo cast.t HH i t>'.n iiitcrfKing with the .:.- coci and Dick.!
KiU'ou.Ni'is.., .Tuno U. IxlloEoyd.
; it're f awrke: l.i-t: pa'ht with severe
-- I u %> t or endeavoring to rm..J any ;
i-e! who have tried. j :jx.r::'. ilnn or cnriwrafiun to annul or thin famous uoufederatv py, died J'rurnUl'lItml'rlp3D'1l1ono&II!. oily In n IInx. pain in lily stoin-icli. I never felt
: ''meitirrbofthewar-t churl or break his or i's contract with Kucidt y of heart dw allure, ngea G? 1 LONDON, June li,-Cambridge uni- so hadly III all! trv life. When I .
," v-. h" i ppii fur cure, !bur j tl: .A-n--iti'd: ,':, .)f Illijms: tr front years abe Lad exnse here lectuift. I; VI TMV conferred th" degroo of L.L. D. i' .1sDEltsoN. S. C., June I2.Whileseveral caii). down; to nook thu morning I

:ill, ;ii 11m .ep108 tll 'io: Pvt n ;,\'a.I-. It: out any ,'lrel1t'J! 'liei:lomlier:. on several distinguished including negro ('hildrl'll" pickiucblaokbt fell *n weak I r i>M hardly work. ; .
'I. -- .--.-- ------ rries in field I WI lit to :Miller & MeCurdy's I dru I
ar Ostrom13 Warren .,f th" Ass K-iated Pr ss ?f Ill>nou or in -- Mr. Joseph II. Cheat. United a near here th.vilijnvfr ?

.1".;?.. ill."mil :::V tier; Ilnller asking them to join F -od \ .iM 1 Inn States ambassador here, and Professor il u wooden box half buried in tore and they r rtcnnimftid'rlain' -
: :: ("I nrrli ; it p>t C'> un 1 iw >m.- 1'-!:!':" of the "\? \:! .cl SiEJTER' tti- -t.>in.n iruit John William White of HarvarL an old terrat. They turned t-> their Colic Cholera] and. Diar- :
.4 :-i.I : work ; I use t EI1 v's' iTv-ss. iins-cmrated under the laws of HO S ;p\ I..r homes and n'I ort'l that they had found rhll' Rptndy.. It worked like magic
': i "i awl am utir,'ly w -Il. :!:-aJ of Xe-.v Ycrl;." CELEBRATED d-you>- nod n''nd.t'i."-- CITY TAX BOOKSTO a his df raoner. With some older nc."rJ' anti one O'e fixed ice all rght. It

1Ik''. ;;-I..WllIut! \n ItIt "'IY you tc-I i'l' they wi-nt; hick t'Il1t" plo of certainly n i the fm --t thin; I ever
v''l: I Keth Me-i \;err : i1I"!. -- 1"10 -i '" t"< H CLOSE. their find, and u the UA sing neil for t-toiniicli troubl. I shall
ujx BM
': "'i II",>s not ini'.lt e (.r | D,\ii\5, !Ul.? li.-.\ .ohl'r dud with &(( ./ hdU'.I-Bute I. .nni nil'1!' \th.-iuII : earth<"l it w as found to contain the half not be without it in my home here
-. SMI bv .. !I I I Taxes not paid before after, for I shoull not care to endure .
or-i.-v'-r-i ilI0Rs1s1iOiNG I both nun dead lias lean fought at Livinu'ton. : uut:1 i on cr decomposed n-maius of a negro child.
.'1',1 the sallsrinsj- li-t nht! 1
I :! -
S'Il'y Jiri-ihui: -- --
.'" .." 'W' ,ltlf.. ? I The mca engaged were trace j iii' Jane loth, 1900, will CIIK.M l.NBUIUM'K. :'gain for fifty time its rr' fo.-i, '

I I P.iunds and 1)) :1g.n The men 0 ,+ ) Vneartbnir:, ,. be (idt'estise'i and sold. Many a man hr.s been in.tired h. WILSO.V Livfryrnau, I'i1rg-f-t!,- ,
: ditMculty aturday, but friends interfered J : \I town, Wafhingtwn Co., Pa. Thi
Books close against Urizbt's disease Hiabetf*.
\' J"I 0: positively on or
I : remedy is for gale H&nnah
before harm Uro
: tohoer. Any faulty was done. They I -i" other dan eron ailment by a fiift, i by ., )
,. -* ,. < shod at m':' :hops met yesterday and exchanged seven f'-+.,b.o.01"., icI'i 1 Bili'nlsm, that date. cent bottle of FOLEY'S KIDNEY :I South Palafox street.

,ut.t.: J. )1. lIv\H'U. shots with pistols. Pounds was hit I5TaMACH 1 X.McK.'OERTIXG CURE. W. A. D'AIemberte.

\ Co.'s------ twice and Hmson three times. Both r.1Itssmlttrengtis The bEst hwn rnowtrs at reasonable -

i men were dead within two minute i -E rn "C1r scn" i\I City Tax Collector.' Headquarter for builders hart! prices, at 'ha Willis Hardware

VViXDOU" CnEEX time. . .? ., .-,. ; fal."b.. I I El-Md ware-the Willis Hardware Co.'s. Cc.'s. i


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1 steal Smadi Ia South AfrW-a-Do. Derision That the Supreme'' malarial districts Tutt's Pills -PROPRIETOR OK-
I Court Couldn't Alter. I
Saw the Joke: -A. Lot of
r1: Sonutntt. In the good old days when Judge '' are indispensiblethcykcepthe i isystem CRONieS SALOON

Gaslla sat: upon the bench in a district I in perfect order and are I

; A few miles southwest of a little that comprised the wc.-tcrn half of -DEALEK IX-

town which has become famous ; I :Nebraska the rustler the horse thief I an absolute cure
i and Domestic \fa. !
I through the Boer war, Mafeklng. lies a and the killer abonuduL Judge Ga.-lia: : : Importe i Lips aed d i ?::: :

mountain of white sand. Perhaps I was aware that there was but one way, for sick headache, indigestion, !
ehculd say stands a mountain of white to rid the country of these nests, anll j SPECIALTY.

sand but that would not be true. The I that: way was to make it too hot for malaria, torpid liver, constipation Cornr Rplmont andThompson D90:0mi": ra S. pp oA"I" '.

and hhii'ts about and In them. Accordingly Judge Ua-sl'.n.: when and all bilious diseases.att's
sand rises falls f Every woman in the country : : ins

eo doing: ; mates music or sounds which : ought to know aboutFt'IOiher9s one of tlira was put on! admitted !i

seem like music among surroundings evidence that was sometimes incom- Liver Piils, Bp

: so desolate as a South African desert Fk1 IR'tent Irrelevant! and immaterial," but : ,

: The highest hill of sand in this locality as it :generally: true that! if the : U! !b<>. That Break 'Pe Ca

Is about 700 feet and there are many Thse who do know about it prisoner was; not guilty! he bait Iwnguilty I The crying demand of the times Is a

tllloeks round about. The whole neighborhood wonder how they ever got along of inn-thins cijuiUy: bad Judge i iCaslin dish: that will not fall out of a girl's

h>, however constantly changing without it. It has robbed child lot It go nt that and clinelu-J I Lands and break.! Woi.u-a who keep

its tppearanco, and wlen there birth of its terrors for many a the prisoner on general\ princii'k-s.! Then help in their kitchens: do not make the

may l-e a consiil.-ral.le bill today there young wife. It has preien'l"l-her uIt was that the suprt'ir.e court roe compLtlut! of broken dishes more often i

may be a flat j plain or even a hollow. I girlish figure and saved her much versed a pRill many of the Judgesca ; [ than: the woman whoie daughters "do

morrow. There stem to l>e j>erl< .lfe ,I suffering. It is an external liniment es.luring. I the dishfs.! As sewn a- a man gets,, a
and canies with it therefore,
sand floods like those In the Arabian I absolutely no danger of tAps tttng tln-se perilous times an atrocious i i' half dollar sau-d it has to go for a

desert the system as drugs) taken internally murder was l'Ommltt..llnA1Ull meat platter or a pitcher which his

Many explanations of the cause of are apt to do. It is to be county and the [k'rvdrnto' soon I daughter dropped, ixud there probably Olsen & Co.

i the music in the gauds have been given rubbed into the abdomen to soften captured. The evidences cf guilt were Isn't a family engaged in housekeepingthat ,

but the most satisfactory is that of and strengthen the muscles which plain! and the two prisoners were soon I doesn't have to make weekly visitsto

friction of the little! particles of sand are to bear the strain. This means pronounced guilty and sentenced to be I a jueensware store. In some homes 26-28 W. Intfndpncia street I'\!! I

upon one another. As the sand rolls much less pain. It also prevents: But 36 several notorious char the daughters are fined fur every plato
sickness and all of the I
down a hum comes frora the rubbing morning acters had recently been allowed to escape they break, but the father has to give
other discomforts of .
cf the particles together.;: One can seethe druggist of Macon,pregnancy.A Ga., says: by the supreme court, the peopleof I them the money to pay back to him in AIMaAVERV F

sand constantly rolling down the I have sold a large quantity Adams determined to fUn"ltJllll1ny. fines so that he is always the loser. If
steep banks. At first the hound Is like Mother's Friend and have never thing of that kind by quietly lynchingthe 1a man Is put In good humor by his din..

a strain of distant music coming known an instance where it has prisoners The two won were taken -1, ner, the crash of china heard from the (!IIC<
through one of the cliffs rear by. Thenit failed to produce the good results from the Jail and hanged to a railroad kitchen ten minutes later drives his PORTER AND
seems like a continuous cathedral claimed for it. bridge east of town. good nature away.-Atchison Globe.

chord very much like a solemn cathedral A prominent lady of Lam- The bJlIIt.'Sn' left hanging! to the I i
berton. Ark., writes: "With 1 IlardwareqIron 2C
: chant. my bridge and next morning Judge Gas- 1 Th Wedding Itln,,;.
List six children 1 was in labor
VS. At times If you are standing oa one'|' from 24 to 30 hours After using lin sauntertM out that way to take a Many believe that the loss of a wedding ,

cf the little!! hillocks!: the sound, seem to Mother's Friend, my seventh was look lie gazed on the swaying bodies I ring moans that the husband's Nails, Axes, Shovels, Saw Mill and flteamboat !';:1r:>lIes. c< >k .

li come from a buried cloister under your I burn in 4 hours." for a few moments without saying aword. love will be lost in turn. It the ringis and Heating Stores, Paint, Oils and Window Glass

feet There are mystery and enchantment I Ot Mot hrr'* Friend at the drugStore Then M turned to a friend and broken the hust'and will soon die. ,
> I about it all a dead silence! slue i, tlJUO her |H>UU>. remarked: 1 In Ireland it Is a general belief that Agate and Tinware and Kousefiiralshliig (Jood
T' for the music of the rolling sund Is eve j I "I sentenced those two fellows to I* to rub a sore with a golden wedding
ATLA T'". GA. Gens, Pistols and Flaking Tackle.
erywhere. It seems almost like sacrilege Write for car fret r .4,"BEFORE BABY hanged That's one derision that In- ring will cause it to speedily, heal
lUi =
to break the spell that such conditions ." fernal suiKvuitt court wont r.'verse'- The wedding r'.ng is supped never ;
bring. Omaha WorW-Herald. to tarnish and If It dieS become dim ; AGENT for Dir>::ingham Rotting Mills' Von pang, li> \ uu' ( .

One strange thing about the shifting it is suH to Ina warning that lore also Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery Who Company, Laftu A tiai, ,

t. and falling; of tile sand is that It can goen A New Indnitry. THE REPORTER'S METHODS. I l Is tarnished and dim. i ii Powder Company, Johnson's Kabomlua, Iron Ring std Hiu k ... x P

for years as It does. In a short time After extracting; a nail from the II I iI i i I and Ranges, Wm Conps A Co/? Raw Hide Las Leather, S'aecr.'a! nd.1'.

the falling of the sand should reduce stomach of a child, where It had remained farted Difference From Tbo.p of the: A T *. h..oa. Jfvrfl. Mad Railroad Colon.Masonic .

the hills to a level. No winds could for about a week a Turin surgeon Orator, Prr-itcbrr and ovelUt. i If a faded turquoise U dampened, Its i

heap up the sand in the forms In which remarke that the iron had become Probably Dot one reader la: a color Is temporarily restored The orientals i Temple, Fcnsacola, Tin.F. .

they exist, and there seems to be no reddish In some places! and corroded has paused to notice that a newspapler'" utilise this quality by carrying a i ..... 1

volcanic action. Yet these bills of sand In others In exactly the same article Is written on a plan Just the reverse stone in their Mouths ami deftly slipping i! I

rue and fall and make mu- way as ancient Greek and Roman of that of : it into their hands to display it ,
; shift nlwut. a sermon or oration. 1 C. BRENT.VM.. II KXOWLES. W. ,.. HYKR JK.. .I"I i 1. -

.w file an accompaniment of their queer coins. Comparatively few ministers have analyzed i Balers in Meshed guard against such 1'resideut. Vice-President. C".bl..r.\ i ,

operations. We are not yet able to These observations, communicatedto the subject sufficiently to notice I deceptions by retaining a stone a few I

J3 : pluck out the heart of their mystery. his colleagues, spread abroad and this fact and their Ignorance of it will days before purchasing, as the turquoise I II

quite a Dew Industry bas sprung up I i often account for the reluctance of Is the most treacherous of Jew
In Traders manufacture'' First National Bank
lately Italy.
yt ? The Dog Saw the Joke: newspapers to accept matter contributed els.
Shepherd dogs are noted for their Intelligence spurious coins with the effigy of Tra by them. It is worth the while of I
jan and others and force them down A fatal policy i is to neglect a back-
and g1vcn
are -
a' many every man and woman to know the !I IgeDe1'81
the throats of turkeys. They kin them ache or other sign of kidney trouble.
of their understanding ordinary conversation
; plan on which newspaper orticha OF PENSACOLA. FLA.
- 4 as wen as the familiar commands after a few days and withdraw the I are written tor almost everybody I i FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE is a sure I I .

that ore addressed directly to coins which thus acquire an appear-1, desires at times to announce something +I, remedy for Bright's disease, diabetes -, DIItfOTc It i
of which deceives too ,
f; them. ance antiquity through the press. The mere knowledge I-I; and gavel. W. A. D'Aleir- WM. H. KNOWLES, W. A, BLOUNT. F. C. BRENT, W. K. HYKK: JKI '
A story is told of a shepherd! who most experienced numismatists.La of the will not make .
I theory ;; a successful berte. i I D. G. BRENT,
once said to his dog which was lying I Treated."I writer In thte or any other department .
I + Jn a corner by the fire "I am thinking, Grippe Succettaiully but It la the first step. I The Grrnt Senl of England.

N' afro the cow Is In the corn." Though. have just recovered from the The skillful preacher or orator usual- The seal consists of a large mass of !r Fare Imlk hkm Ml A t ni IU.I

s' be purposely laid no stress on the I I second attack of la grippe this year' ly reserves his most important points 1 I I sterling silver, measuring about Ci 4 ( !i .

I words. the dog which had appeared to says Mr. Jas. A, Jones, publisher of I II I I inches in diameter! by l\i Inches In a
until toward the end of his discourse .
I the Leader, Mexia, Texas. "In the depth or thickness. It is In two parts, I }
be asleep, got quickly up and leaping latter case I used Chamberlain's"I closing with a climax; the skillful
window scrambled I both smooth on the outer side but elaborately cWe draw our own Bills cf Exchange on Great Brlttir: Ire' ,. '
through an open Cough Remedy, and I think with : newspaper reporter puts his climax into I
tp the turf roof of the hoiwe, whence 1!I considerable success only being InI I his first sentence and ends with the I i engraved within. These two I I Germany France Austria Italy HoUmdl'pain! Belgium, T.a-u. N !
I surfaces are impressed a lump of Sweden, Denmark and other European coatitrles.
be could overtook tile field Hut the ,I bed a little over two days, against most nowseential detaiL While the upon way, .

cow was not In sight, as the shepherd J ten days for the former attack. The not'\'2tst secures his dramatic effect by wax attached In an Ingenious way to 1,
,, I document which her (rVosRels Disbursed tho Most Farn-aMe Tern, and t- -il
knew and the dog descending, ran Into ;| second attack I am satisfied would keeping the secret of his story hiddenas any to majesty as upon
the farmyard to make sure of the hare been equally as bad as the first sovereign gives her royal assent The Obligations Taken Payable at Port of Destination Ton or Fifteen Ihy
i long ad possible, the attains
i! animal's whereabouts. Finding the but for the use of this remedy us I reporter weight of the seal is 1<5 ounces Each after Veesel Arrives there:
success by revealing his secret as
had to to bed in about six hour ,
go seal is engraved during the reign of
cow there he trotted back to the house quickly as words will let him. Ioth!
Bezos for
after being'stuck'with it, while in 9Safoty Deposit Rent in Connection
the sovereign whose name it bears,
and resumed his the fire.
place by the first case I was able to attend to are working on principles as clearly with which we have a Pri-rato Apartment for the Use
and the collection presents a curious
t After awhile the shepherd In a. quiet business about two days before getting defined as that on which a bonnet Is :

tone repeated what he had said before 'down.'' For sale by Hannah constructed, but the modern newspaper : and accurate epitome of English his ,i! of Eonter9.i : .

and araint with ready obedience, tho Bros and all medicine deahrs.l article is of so much more recent tory. .
: .. ..u __. _____ i I All lord chancellors have taken the
"Tfl&jf Went cut t hFinselfte- | FINE I'OULTUV.I greatest care of the seals In their ORIGINAL
be had THE *
once more stretched and odor manor of the best New York

fore the fire, the shepherd uttered tho I I C. Ci net's 1'ouUry Yard. I, writers work daily UI.1iI1 the foregoing! I charge and have contrived recesses I _

words for the third time, but the dog 1 I am now ready to sell egg for s-ct- principle without knowing it. No man and elaborate\! lces for their safe t ((11(3 !t e

then appeared to understand the joke, ting! from the following breeds c-f can work ninny days under a metroimlItan cu>tody. One of tit in in the reign of'lirK rn i nn'I t

for he pot up, waged his tall and looked : chickens: Dark lirahiiu", Pditrkl e city: editor without learning It- < >s 11 actually slept with the seali 1 1 1 H'JU' !

at the shepherd with a gleam: of humor ,, Cochin, Light JJrahma, Wkiu Chicago Christian Advocate. .-' I i under :his pillow,; and l'y this! loving precaution I ;

In his eyes as If to say, ",ly master Cochins, Plymouth flecks, Krowi :, -..,, At.JJack saved: it from thieves who tine : t,

; you're nH'ITY01"e. did be otter toRO i i Leghorns, W 'ndlltt*. My (owl arc ,tchehould! never le trgl.Ip(1 !. ," n:.;:lit broke into h's Louse: and, carried ..,
from the very bet ;strains; to I be oft the niacLIc: lon-ring! to the house of i I :\.) s rT'P'
out. but when his master and a visitor ; I It menus kldnedi.-o d r A. B C. i. 4
found n".U 1 ill i i'e tlic to call :{I" ,
; lord cod! lit h'r! valuable! (>!'):>l'rtf.C'1.3mllt'rs' .- '
hushed he gave: a growl cf satisfaction 1 which. if allwf-d l U ru.i, too 101.;;, ..;; : :;:':
and see inypoull.r;: -alr.ut 7wu' > .lour foal.iUflt4Eil .'' \
and! returned t? Ms! corner *' cf r.i.iy result itt J'.nsht's disease, O..ibftMoretlur \-1 -
liai-d. 1 l.-i:
-' ... .- -.. "':. -- : .-...-., ..........., ei-irs fur $1.i4.1. l.ot'trCur.r.iNs Settings 1 cent-it* and oftft ftiul ,- ...... -- -' .1. { ititle .
S- : liinS. FOI.K.V'S KIIA : \ BEER
: .." .\ Lot of Coflrcnsr.-JI-oIJ. ;! ';.. tf 1IIIig"r. Curl C': >makes inj> the kidney well. Tak : {! \
P" ,
"It's ven bo:." t*. .',.rmuuse nil; 'I .: f '.'
nothing "I think it wculO Ite met I .
"e Call fv Htate C flU"foli.).,. DISEASES? "
t. To UUP a tack to kf SIisj Stork i ({ .
1 Ttjri In <.i M.uu.i c' --'!.. '
Awl (,10.. a ninJ tf rice. rqa ; full fur a state licinoorntic pnnvrrth'ii to . : f V. J. WDflb( Sole Wholesaler
The origin of the' f I'i; .
I'll Ret a pouiil of recsr. too I... hfW at Jhck'-ouvillf, l la,Tuc-fiar.June n::; : ,
_..............._ .. ,
has '
j And hi'ii; a pint .1 i. r: :.r! -
And make myself a w lctccsthich 1 lie ilcniocralie party of th' stnt of t lor-, rSuted tl'c: '. are the most fatal of all dis -- -,... .
with Irks h: 1:1.:1.:; :
\\ willf* as fait tt sili"Jly ida will hold j tate oiuvn'loii Itl Jaok-on- '.;' un; mm.! iwm! iY9; t!, IIWHW I J : D..1-J'
I fur the }
villonaTuvidiiy. Juiit* W, bt.i- noon manor was calli-d in the IrNh: \ tv ilr.r eases. 'i5ffi; ;

'J' tat Is Mtbrr shabby,. I I I ful-owing Toehno.ed.Itate iiur|,'jMI --: la repre'-..ntI lh,- star 1 I'wnuuuv; ; i'-nntHm,-,-I !::.::'. ;d y ( Paul te uai? t Sri} ;a[g CiWralci!' : EL.1 -

I'D get sum! Clm'.ilre: cbcca 1 in the national lifin.ierai r t-onvi-ntion tu which! biguifit's! clear or far: s,:t::-. a', 1 1I YU' KIDNEY CURE I III :

i I ,., AnJ And pound mix it it cell in a rncrtjr with greasy, : Ill ht-Idat liar;.. Cur. Mo..lul.v\ 4.. of lr lravernes .'; tonnninnterundldatesforthr.'tltere I,| which, articiiiattil !in the brief l.u: ;:i' I h: r nl t.1 \) Curate Remedy 4-; ,:: t RT A BOnn Of. KU5T f W. .

JUstuof tinMipremt- I't.url.Inrwrftsry cnIh'll! the'I\ 'j" -,',
Throw in a little pcpiT. rue earner, exactly f: 1'1I01IH.. : : : : 1'.0 11I1\ :
Some flskw at Harvey d'''',* i>I Stntw. Atlon-, 1.111"1111. phoenix. The spring or will so ca': .j 1.jI J'. ;.;.
i ntuptrollT.. 1'1'1'1&1111"1' Contains '. ': : JUG & FAKIIiY TRAI5S SOLIHITF: ::
.. refunded.
il nth it .
V T! n rub my hut w i tuatrui-tloii.l'i'iiiini"-i"ifr of Ago r- 1 from which the park\ deri\t" i' or money .
To make it look Gee: n>.v."Mv I i-nlturn. t'anrot-'touer for the 'r. Krw".' c''r't y fart..f'b'! i 'r11
1 term of four j.r.r-. tour '".mii"uteri Kl..ct- name stall: exists close! to the I :;bhi, I':,' remedies recognized by eminent "

rtockinja must \t nwnJci) nrs and four mtt-rniitt-t. to Nolftl lorut trance of theirercgal! lodiIt i is the best for ._.vs- \ i 'ira r' lea "' 1 .j <";"" \ h.
C .
rl li>rtion. and to physicians as
with! a cluthtslme Ionic and thick; t'.ie not regulart.i'i- situate-1 in a glen lesi.le the ln\-r act i.ded'I.McMiIIan
l: I n'u.t irun tae I"t knietyrswith transiw t such oth-rbusni-- 111COlliI'' Bladder troubles.
tra-n oil rnncj with tr.ik. i I b'fore tlit ciii.Vfiition.The 1 lake and is one of the romantic objects i Kidney ,
rouutirk in the ftatt will
.; Sty shirt is .: JOft perfect, 'enddelegste.totherulit diBen-nt! .iilioli u|"'n the j i bf the park.-London Ntws. PRICE 500:. and $1.00. .'-J
Hut 1 thick I'll ud it well htilo.1J11.iol r-'prn-t-ntatlon: "t," d.'iUuncliwl : ,
\\ a. L' .\I.E <
And rut it in the sunshine egatrl.'reaehene \on-s c-a-t Ir flu Atapnlated 1eir.
Anil Icaic tt there h swell. ltteesnttldatenil tut: t<- tii'Ui-t oboe'celredtb. 4 '
the 1'
t highest uutiil'wr of rotntth.<' I A corrl i.'II.h'lt! of Bros. Co.1'Coppersmiths !
"1 thirk I'll male anew coat 1 gl.n..ral li'cuon of K.;. Mill nee Pre-i write: "My: riM log was: tii.oi! '
vote for the fraction In t''cts lh.'r.dw thinl ,.f tl" thigh bear
With hues c( apple squash; nff lit tie piuM'.e:
,' Thrr're jJiiunublc I"'... and ei>niniitt' it.*a nmounts lia- also ."fifty.... mMiiional"r note, n'I'r..wlltllllllll" Tti e: !' I ly :;'1 y tars a;:.'. l-'lt since that tit'i. t.'..
rl &!o Uhu\e thc'll ..i,U.Thon !It'r.. Ih" vote wag Incr"n ed I : Sensation of the pr,-condr "if the IIK-.. III q TllE t FVORhTE ;

I'll,sat as out coon in ai the I am park tll'! at rote the i-lfctlou. I lie of counties I IS'1' in any under county tb.rult'Tvilos forlIlctTs. I| in t,q..the,, In other*'!, fi"'t!.':;<>ur r knee t"IIaf'r i:< Ktroi tuna,'< r it 1':11'I' \'-.a. i fr\b ;

And watch the fiabw walking bAnJ alit l>e entitled to rrprrseulation us ;
; To it 'ms
; n.e
1 listen the lark." \ : I l.-fnrc 1I1llututOtl.
t >
> AKu-him. ...... II.$ Lfou. .. .... .. II!l! I okra the I leg is nt rt normiilly.! :. fiver PensacoJa Genera! Met! Workers.k'zifrjs "
Place For
.. .
rsnuitornCltru Lett' i "r st-n--ai' u .n
I U 110 ci'naonin;ac-s any
\\hat of OIil nird :f..hl : Liberty 1
llundrt-tls of thousands of Bests are H."lSrd talt..r a Manatee all in it. wlioroas tlurc is always! m"re'or '"' :v '
tf and :
l'"lhuun ... ..... : \III.ltoon .. 7'; li'sw scn'-ati'; n in the sfimp. to Buy { KKtpcrtffs lot :. ,
built every year in trees and hedges.; .. r "urlon .... .... 41 amputxtnl !ia swell n I>"'i Buyers 'S71Lt*
What becomes of all these homes after CIR' no .. ... 4 Moans. ........ .... .ICol.ltlihi9. "My leg) wa I ,
..... ... daV.u ....... .. 4 tion that it Mt-ni-j when I staid t' i
the birds hate tinted from them at I> ult.lifsoto. 4 Orange .. .. .. .. j with the foot li-LiaJV. I Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turpentine Still
summers end? :Most of them are lined ... II u.c..nla .. . ...3 1 often tried to get: it out of thejwjy ">. a Choice Family ,
UuvalKciMH.m. .. .::! l'II'co.. .. ... X : \
f l with bhecp's wool with feathers and t'ulk .. 4 I; clut-mg! t-rons passing; roe ""
1 ether materials that bind them together. Kranklm.uad; . ... : 'I. Julin.. .. .. ._ 7 i 1 I the! ttrtvt. TH this day 1 of't-n fall 1 Io' .. Cmpm! Opts >allaYS t:1: &4 rang! dce b tts tt37J.

:Now it happens that beetles and .1cu .7 l'utn\tIl....... X ,; trying; 1.1 pat my (''f.t oa the flimr wI! u
4 Santa Rosa i\ GROCERIESIS
moths and other Insects! devour these Hamilton.IUrnan>1o ........ : iamter .,. .. IHtll ,: spriusfiDS q-iicUy from a sittin; i"'s. MOBILE, ALA.
. .. : .
them ."u! $u..ann..1' tinn.j
and thus
things by destroying Itnlm" . :1 Tayll.'r ... Y j "Year l>y .n-nr. nl-,. there is a !'*n=atioa -
loosen the nests so much that wind and JsckoiiJtfferson. Y \"olu,,,, Y t-b'nrtciitiif seeming to -
of ;. the flit AT-
.. 11 W81111:1": 5 ,
rain soon scatter the rest of the materials |j fa>rtte ..... Wato1. . Il.ske et:>iae nearer the l-Jy. If I make an \f-
But for this timely help the ; ..7 Wasbiugtoa .. 3L4 ,! fort a< if to ettetiil the kmv a !'I'lisati.'n
trees would lie clogged! ; with a mass of . n. '- I cf heat urcnrs ia the stump. nltlioii! ;h the The Well-Known ad ff1 S alm
i 1 h.rounll1'5 will select their dPle aten In beAckerman fn't'1in ." Nrw N R taura ,
old nests the leaves could not sprout an\ manner which way bt con'iderfJ best test of my body may :; Up-to-Date Store r v :

: and many trees woulJ perish. bv the people acting tbr -ugb the party or-
gaciaauouasrecognlaedby the last state i IJoui Go"hpn. Ind..
I ;<>nv..nt.on.: All drmocratt are Invited to : "Ip Witt's Little Early Risersalways
> Gentle Heart Succumb to partl.*Ipate In tho solvctlun of delegate ;, says -OFHEJTZ New and Clean-*
certain relief Everything
"I thought you said you never again, h..r.o IncludIng thf" who bate' become J my *
( qr" lard to >"ott.tnt:\ this last ..lection.Tnechalrman i 1 headache and never gripe.1 They
would elect her president of your and ctcretary of each county Ferv.'I! '
!!'fontlyc1pan e anti invip-orate; the & GO. City. I'ular MaN !
club" he suggested after she had told' convDtiim held for the purpose o! eli ct- i how U and liver. Hargis Pharmacy, 'The Most Attractive in the
tat delejHte-s to the tale convention are U .t- -
him all about the result of the club r"Qu."ltod to send to lion. W. .\. Ra"I... Jno. tiheppard Kabn.i and i Hhort Orders i Herved at all hourSj.pcial \\>"key
i election. "la., a written or ;, .

"Well we didn't Intend to," she replied printed copy cuntentlnh.t"tether of the procee'ting mitbKli of such lof i SE ROSS &: CO.AHOUl'. -120.122-0; Proprietors
| county SCREENS. ) BAKER & CO. ,
"but when she broke down and the naiiirgof the c.'uIlIY"x..cuth't! committee A. E. ,

cried we Just couldn't help It."-chi.' 1 chairman, m which and 6tcr shmi'd"a.1 be of such de-lnnatel fomtnltlee.the J. I. Stpohoiis hat Iano.*- assortment : E. Government Street I .

ago Post i, W. A. ISA W La. of Solid Sterling Bivpr! and GOVERNMENT STREET.
r > J. foopKR. Chairman. I Rogers Knives, Forks and i-p-xir.* ',I 1 TELEPHONE 261. r 14 EAST

i Try Tom 'kws Want Coluiua. becretary


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I r .- DR. iOFFEH'S 1 Allays! Irrltatios,Alls DlgestlaRcjulatei l lR
I r.-- the Bowels. t iStrcngtherothSChil

KEEP COOL I I c 7"" ', .>WIU T EETHINA I .. i. 1i

'.l EP; (Teething Powder) X-E.TEETHINARdicvesthcBo.O i
Troublu Children of ,
-..cCosts only I 25 cents at Druggists, ANY AGE. };
ti' 4-.OtmslUorrni.toC.J.MOFFETTMD.ST.LOUISMO.; ;


Last Year as an inducement for the more general use of Ice Tickets in 5, 10 or 25c denom- 'Ohas. H. Turne.r

I jnations we gave with each $1.00 worth for STRICTLY CASH a numbered coupon entitling 7 1I

every Purchaser of Tickets a chance to secure Free of Cost a Refrigerator, (which was won by I .

Capt. A. Ferguson.) IITET{ AND G DRCONTR&TL L

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Hf Artisti3 Dsfsn: E*timat"=. Plan and Specifications for Build '
: lag of All Kind, Prepared .ShortNotion('... Building Repairing Mantel '

r 1is Year we will do Still Btr by (Jivii Jfyree prizes I 1 I I and,Grate Grated H;=and ttin?Tiling. A Large of All and Kinds.PLUMBING l':1rl'full'dected:. Stock of Fine Mantels i i

(on same general conditions as last year.) ;; DEPARTMENT, ; ;1

; E. B. MOREY, Manager. "

1st. A 2-gallon Porcelain Water Cooler, to be awarded July 31. I!1 VPiumbinff, Steam, Water and Gas Fittin A Complete Assort- 1;,
ment of Bath Tubs, Closets, Sinks, Lavatories, Gas: and Electric Fixtures.

2d. Free Supply of Ice, during month of August, not to exceed No. 19 S. Palafox St. :: Telephone No. 345. j ,

Pounds to be awarded in =._ jF
Fifty Daily, August.3d. ------------- i

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A First-Class Refrigerator of 50 Pounds Capacity, to be

awarded September 30. Citizens National BankOF F

Corresponding numbers drawing either of above will be deposited at Citizens National Bank.



Commence Buying Tickets at once. The more coupons you get the greater your chanceof PRESIDENT. CASHIER. i .

securing one or more of the above prizes. The only limitation being, Tickets must be VICE-PRESIDENT. ASST. CASHIER.

I of E. E. Saunders & Co. i .

Orders to P. 0. Box 136 or Telephone to Nos. 59, 259 or 232 or send by the Ice Man. !I I I K. WHITMIRE, JOHN L. HILTON F. PFEIFFER GREEN., MORRIS BEAR, ,


i\\A General Banking Business, Transacted. .


Vessels' '
Accounts Handled on Favorable Terms, ExChange -

Bought and Sold, Collections .. '

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Jflilliam loljnson' & Sou.'( When lIe you Docin't hear a Mean;young sayi I i! ----- --

"I don't believe in a woman having i ACCOUNTS SOLICITED.
anything to do but sit and read or' x?

o-_""__"-"""""'-":::::"v_ ____ .-_t _nf i f _i o don't manicure her finger nails all day I
want my wife to be busy about
anything," why, of course, you know

Do You Want a Buggy ? against that the time.young lie man doesn't Is simply mean talking a word :'' The Star Laundry

he says, and It Is safe to warrant that '
he Is the first man who would be bored ,
by such a girl. This young
OR THE NEXT FIVE DAYS WE WILL HELL ANY VEHICLE ON HAND man may like to fancy that he is a believer II I l THE f PIONEER[ l LAUNDRY R R,

igAT A VERY LOW PRICE < :: I I perhaps In he such does false believe sentiments In them, and for j| ijf W[E31 I FLORIDA t

the moment of saving. But this may '
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more than likely be only his way of '
A A 1, protesting against the wave of energy Collecting and Delivering
which the girlhood of today Is responding -
to, out of which perhaps may '; Laundry Work ;
i ,
come salvation even to man. Or else, '!
possibly, there Is nothing; more than sly ; is always done promptly to your
) /6 method in his old school assertion. -,- order, and you never get other peo
Philadelphia Inquirer. pie's lint n instead of your own. We t r
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... ,'are cartful: in both handling and rk
OA.STOn.lA. k laundering !Ohitts, collar,cuffs, .
'j"" : Bean the Fns Kind Yai Hae AI\1j'S! BnugM T1 I your
and send j"a
I etc. them home looking
I dgaatue; //
1 # I as good as new. Our work
1 laundry
f ( ijIt
: i I r i is beyond rivalry, and is peerless in ?
7 '' 4-t I its exquisite color and: finish. ,

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$ We Have It $
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JUilliam l I ( roof ltaon & Son. Heal PENSACOLA Estate Agents FLA. !I ESTABLISHED 1863. -- !tq i

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HE SAVED THE GIRL. : I Ih I The Claqn..... For two years Ira W. Kelley of REPRESENT TWENTY-TWO OF THB '
The work of the "claqueurs" Is not Mansfield, Pa., was in poor healthon LEADING FIRE, LIFE, MARINE, j o -DIALlag 15-' 0 t
u...,.... With the Csaalbalae account of kidney trouble. He ACCIDENT, FIDELITY, PLATE 1
the olomon Island. 1, ns will be readily M-en. Intellectually consulted several physicians and GLASS AND STEAM BOILER IN- j and General
of a very high; order. The chief Is supIOSI'I considerable Ship Chandlery aaldwatfe
'tm day, on a Solomon beach a little spent money for medicines BCRANCS COMPANIES. . ,
to have taken voluminous notes without obtaining relief until .
frt mo to me and.. In-fore I was awareIt at the rehearsals of the play they are he tried FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE, l fl03 AND 005 8. PAL.UX3X STREET. '
;t I..a..lrn, foot un her neck. One peeing performed to have consulted and now writes. "I desire to add my Y
try, what this nu-nna wi-11 OUlh,1 I I with the manager, to have chatted testimony that it may be the cause General 1 Art of the Equitable -w dGENQY ,
Is !>t ".lr it tm-ans that If a I I: with the author-In short to have of aiding'oth r:;." W. A. D'Alem- Life Assurance Society of the REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLINO'S HORN CO.'S
**,, H fo >t to nit on tiM'! defeated made a close study of the entire work berte. GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RU8HEL A BON'S PUMPS. '
e" "S '," t k the mII1'lIlifl' is safe, but ho'' -
**I' ? forwer. rv cue or no rescue.I Ii I I on which. his "brigade" Is to be enjrafrod. Onitei. States Cum, Cird2 i, Piltti Oils Nautical Icjlrncitsis, Chits, iickon, ChIli +:
; He Is the spring of the claque.
1'* i' ..:7.1.,) at the child's action. It I! The men under his orders, scattered A NE\\T\\ REMEDY COMPASSES. LOOS. ETC. its
: Afterward
"-N Ilalll'1.h..rtl
here and there under the chandelier, SOLICITED
' '" C. McKenzie Oertin? Collecting Agent; for I5ar Pilots' Benevolent Asso
and In-
i w a lot \lllap-rs are merely parts of the machinery! ,and elation. a
*'s' taking tIlt }nun;: ter. I told i they would no more think; of applaud- or rather a new combination 1?
*! it hhe had They said fug; on their own account than tbey'ou.1 of proven remedies.HEPATIOJL. H0PLEE.CHINESE - .
'."t '':11'1l.'r mother WI:41 \\ think of flying. THE HEINE ACADEMY OF MUSIC
tl in tin town and the
the nvt'usiili her. No.S North Talafox: Street
c. to < who did not wait for the signal lAUNDRY. .
N I; ""'hat: \\'e"h" have but his short connection with the MISS EVELENE M. HEINE, Principal. These tiny Capsules are superior ;
.t top-tln-r many tmi'-s to profession was Immediately relieved (SMITH.) MISS IDA PIAGGIO, Assistant.Voice I to Balsam of ,Copaiba :;
:. i > re ,child to whom I of his fauteuil for breach of isclpJr.I'Irlly For the cure of all liver ills. SPECIALTIES: Itirts Cte! and uliure.. Violin. and Piano, Lrip.Igtiy.temabolultar. C::bobs and Injections, 8 ;.
t;' t Miin your own way 1 They cure in 48 hours the +
: entitles him to the honor
.1 substitute for Calojnel.A -- -
: btioiiM: kill me tir.-t. They Cnffs MIne discos without aayiaconUraiente.
f>f mention! In the same company witheminent
claqueurs. The part he apI specific for habitual con t 301D BY UL DRUGGISTS
1Ci! iiy : tided happened to be the only goodsane stipation. J\"o griping; no
, ,nt w.H the! only tLiii: now.I i iiid : In the whole piny. Ills settle of AND FINISHED BY MODERN .
.., pain, yet very of f'ective.Pleasant '
id\ y 10; 'o11O"It'r. :-prl1- ,art unfortunately was stronger than t CURE YOURSELF ; .
. ,., putting a mark on the !i! his Idea of duty. Seized with uncontrollable to take. MACHINERY. /I ItC... ".*' IS./U. b.r'..-,.,ahtr.lI.I..l.t. ,
H..Iirritat t4n.n
1'' f.t 1 I wouldinati wan'u., i
y tiwore enthusiasm, lie. the only man Promotes natural secretions of I ..4x.n..eet. i itat t r AI D<
-t who cnoMil It. ,.tstie w*t wmn. >f i n d .
of taste among the claque, made thehoiiM the digestive and eliminative or- 1.'st Government Street, |r".e.u .O.-. I' at t MI" n113- -
natives lj not care to .. Et4'13C,4iY 't' F' V.. y
;? ring; with applause. He Is now iriins. Maintains the normal alkalinity Opposite Express Office. PESstroLAFLA. ,4
white In the OIH-H. They of the blood, thus securing C w'IUTId hold bj Droagl.t.,
one of the mot eminent dramatic crit r
Office 31 South l'alar.11 St. PrN7t -
,:,1! IUI"t'r for a dozen urI ics in l'aris.Wltle1Je World. good complexion and healthy !skin ? OLA. I,, rape.,p.ln.. p"pnt.trr., Lt .
/ 9 BB$ 'j Q *' '" *Y' 'J -t ,
::1I.1. although: clubs were I For Malarial poisoning and Jaundice -aJ >* B ,r I.r l wet uu-jurtt.
. < '! eat they hesitated! as Hepatica has no equal.
:;;:i.t, and I knew I had SUBSCRIBETO --- -- ,
. t''a:i Then one proposed I I Maude Dickens, Parsons, Price : 50c a Bottle.For Endorsed by all Physicians as the 1YYdr)t.rk. l t ICES
,\ the child fairly; they cared Kat.s.. writes: "I sutfered eight only Beer absolutely free from adul- TOOTHACHE EARACHE i
: t \eaK with asthma in its worst form. Sale by Hannah Bros., Sidney teration. ,
,,' a frlnid. To this I at once I had several attacks during the Ja-t Kahn and Alpha Pharmacy. L and NEURALGIA I
;, a im:: >s was thus avoided, y/arandwasnot expected to live Ta Geo. Pfeiffer, Agent; { tpf ID a minute; all droul.tI Of
. -*l"U DDAILY N D W 1S
a\ worth tenpcnce, through them. I began using Fo- PREPARED ONLY BY r 0' The, Ti-Lo )1,1I1"8Il'o. F
,;,"v'I"I" a slave owner. Till it not In LEY' HONEY AND TAR and it has PENSACOLA.t -
', P. W. SMITH 2:;II B"> *.J,Nrw York f 4
.,, 1} J"hn'mmong Can; tta Man Eat1 I! lit never'l. D'Aleiuberte.cive imintalato rt- 7 S. Palal'ox St.. Pensacola, Fla. Only Ten Cents Per Week. I II 'Tn It t GI Tap &t t Ell Salouu? f 8.->j fur Jlutklo-t. I. ;r
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THE DAILY NEWS : Jacksonville newspapers should not I| COUNTY COIDn SlOXERi. i! KNIGHTS OP LABOR

do so, and much earlier than the *1!I ---
Regular Monthly Meeting Held Last Meeting of the District Yesterday
Entered at the Post Office at Peniacola, lawyers are now able to get them. :i
1'1..1 lecond-cl&m matter. The West Publishing Company pays |I Afternoon REMNANT E sAtEd
The regular monthly meeting of District
, I i Assembly No. 15, Knights
OTFICE: Pitt Building:il !Booth: Pals- the clerk of the court for an advance

ox street, np-suirs. copy of each opinion; could not the !! the county commissioners was held of Labor, met here yesterday after

last night with Chairman Cody presiding noon, District Master Workman
Jacksonville do the same?
PUBLISHED: BY r and all the
members Arthur McConnell
present. presiding, and
I ;
Mr. Clark's hinzes ,
THE NEWS I argument upon ; The minutes of the May meeting elected delegates to the general assembly -
the allegation that if the capital was read and ,
1 were ia'I
approved. h
Terms-Invariably in---.5. i located; at Jacksonville the papersof C. M. Co-ton, Esq., appeared for ton June which Is as meets follows:at Arthur Wa-hing.McConnell TKE} g I <

I One Year by Mail _._.. that city would publish th> opine ', Elijah Powe and riled notice that and Ed. M. I"loleof Pen- ,. ::
I llllontbs" .. he would claim f IIi:: damages because
t Three Months . ; ', ions as soon as they are filed ; wliy sacola, Leslie" )1 McConnell cf J rew- % CONTINUES.
One Month .... ol do they not d.t so now? ,. of a public road going throughhis ton. D. W. Hosier t.f Milton and W.M. $
One Week,by Carrier, payable Monday! leTHE property. This matter was discussed Ferguson of Evergreen.
Mr. Clark alleges, with truth, that at previous meetings and i: The annual session of the district Short Ends in Dress Goo

WEEKLY NEWS: Tallahassee: has no "live newspaper" was then shown that the road was: declared assembly will be held herept.: s ,

to perform this needed ser a public road before the prop next and the' delegates will remain

't PobliihPd L-ee.every Friday at f:.0 I per year vice. The Tallahaseean is a fairly erty Powell.came into the posjt"siou! of Mr. here and participate in tile Labor White and Printed Fabrics accumulated (;v. _

Postage i Dav celebration.The .
iI I good country weekly, and publishesthe 1 I Dr. J. Harris Pierpont filed a pe- Knights of Labor of this district the spring conveniently arrangedon

TELEPHONE NO. 118. head notes of decisions of the titiou from residents the Ferry now number: 101 local assemblies Center Counter.
i i : Pass '
supreme court just as the Times- asking bur a with over lll, O() members and
1 1\rertisng Rafts Furnished on Application. i, bridge across Carpenter's Creek the membership is steadily increasing. -.-. -
Union and Citizen doe A year or J he petition was referred to Com- .

: tyro ago the "ancient and honor miesiouer Pursell.
Specials in Shirt \Ws wl Skif
W.A.Blountfiledapetitionsign d !
i able" Floridian of that place was resuscitated i. by numerous attorneys and addressed Men may differ on politics, religion / >.
urvpor LAKE I from an almost moribund or fiaacce: but all who have triedBANNEK
the board the
on importanceand
( condition, having for its chief feature necessity of having the case l S.M.VB are agreed as to its Fine Embroidered Waists. :$>1.75 kind for $1 35

i a careful weekly report of all paper-* in chancery proceedure in- and worth kin for diseases.cuts, burn, sores, pilesi $3.00 and $3.50 kind for 250.
; This H on file with the II dexed. These im- i It's the most
paper i papers are very
BANNING ADVERTISING CO.s i the happenings procedure in the I portant in tracing title to realty. i healing medicine in the world W. All our $1.00 Waists for !50c29c

i I several departments of the state j i They have been accumulating since A. D'Alemberte. All our 50c Waists for .
Eadioott Building. St. Paul Minn., -alienlabKiibcn. i! .
i government, including the 118: : and are dumped promiscously
advertisers and other: mar supreme Linen Skirts $5.00 kind for
cxamiae it and where estimates will be fivrl1pon.pace court which was highly appreciated ; into pigeonholes, making it very dii- POLICE CO CUT. S3.50
>> for GENERAL ADVERTISING : ficult to find special )Ir. Linen Skirts $3.50 kind for
i any paper. $2
| by a few, but which failed to John Gaines Fined $3 i Assaulting 60
I | Blount asked that an appropriation
FENSACOLA, JUNE 13. 1900. appeal to the people of the state, Including be made to pay the clerk for arranging Louisa La\t'11l1t"r." Covert Skirts, $2.75 kind for S:! 25

I the lawyers, to a degree I I. and indexing these papers. The There were thirteen cases before White Pique, $7.50 kind for $000

necessary for its support, and for question was referred to a special Mayor Hilliard in the White Pique $4.50 kind for
IF DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES.For I committee consisting of Chairman police court 53.GO
this and because the benefits .1'
,I Cody and Commissioners Johnson this morning, of which one was discharged
Congress: I to Tallahassee of the publication of :I and Welsh. and fines amounting to f 115; Fancy Parasols, 33 1-3 off on all Fancy Para

{ FIRST SECOND: DI8TK1CT-S.IWfrIUCTW.1JA'IIi M. BPARKMAN.. II such a newspaper were not appreciated i The matter of allowing the sheriff were assessed in the remainingca sols for this Sale.
to employ aguard over Raflaele Pi-
by the people of that city, the i i .
For Representatives to legislature: : i, sano. the murderer of G. :Scotto:: who ---
tt MORENO JONES 'I project was abandoned. The re- is in St. Anthony's hospital desperately Jno. Gaines, charged with assaulting

r J. EMMI l' WOLfE. moval of the capital to Jacksonville, I wounded and in too critical a Louisa Lavender with his fist, '

For Sheriff: i i or to any other city in the state, condition to move to the jail, was was fined $2,>. 100 Brilliantine Coats and Vests for Gents
referred to Chairman Cody. 1 Mary and Louise
would not affect this condition. Douglas, charged
GEORGE E. 1:3: 11T1I. The bond of County Treasurer J. with conduct
disorderly by using
i For Circuit Clerk: Some of the more conservative W. Frater in the sum of; with obscene language, were fined $7.50 Just the Thing for Hot Weather.

people of Jacksonville includingsome P. Brent Win. H. Knowles
C. and each.
J '
M. MCMILLAN. Hunter Picked .
ANGUS I gjff"0 Bargain Them ( '
of its lawyers, favor the removal Wm. Fisher as sureties, was approved 1 Wm. Givin, charged with cursing 1' "jJUilliam

For Tai Collector: of the supreme court to that This is a new bond given : and abusing Ed. Hudson, was '-' -
A.H. D'ALEMBERTE. 1 to replace the one impaired by tha 1 fined S10.Losie .

For Tax Assessor: city, leaving the other branches of I death of a surety. Whaley and Louisa Dousla*,

the state government, at Tallahassee. i! The application of Geo. W. Went- charged with quarreling, weie fined i'i Ioljn0on !Bon.

W. UICHAKDS. I For many reasons, some of ,I worth for a state pension was ape $7.50 each.

For County Treasurer: which we may consider hereafter, proved.i Henry Clark: charged with offering I,i .
i JOHN W. FRATEK. i county physician filed his tainted fish for sale, was fined -
such a movement might be judi- :' monthly report showing L'S inmatesof $l0.

For County Judge: cious and wise. < the county farm in May.A Minnie Roach charged with assaulting J. M. HILLIARD & CO.

THOMAS R. MCCL'LLAGH.For petition from citizens of Pow elton Win. Roach with a fork, ,

For School Superintendent: Presented a Tragedy. asking that the new hard road ''was fined $10.
be run to the east; side of the rail
rr; N. B.COOK. TimelyInformation given Mrs. and
road their three churches and
George Long of New Straitsville, by Did! it Etrr Occur to Yon that a little Carnage Wagon factory.
'sd For Clerk Criminal Court: Ohio prevented a dreadful tragedy schoolhouses, was referred to Com- PERRY DAVIS' P.U.--KILum on
M.P.BON I FAY. missioner Johnson. the end of the
and saved two )lives. A frightful 1 finger applied once or

For Juitlcn of the Peace Sd District: cough had long kept her awake every bona An for application license to from sell Joseph liquors Ar-in ,I twice to a mosquito bite would counteract A !Splendid: Line of Choice Kuirsie, right from t'n! .

night. She had tried many remedies the poison and speedily reduce car-load Lots, at Factory Price*.
JAMES R. LANDRUM.For precinct 13 was ordered published as
I and doctors, but steadily grew the swelling? Pain-Killer will

3 Constable 2d District: worse until urged to try Dr. King's i required The committee by law. appointed to lay also cure bites, and stings of other t t 0=Repairing Attended to Promptly. *; .
CHARLES P. BOBE. New Discovery. One bottle wholly poisonous insects as well as reptiles.See '
out the road from Van Pelt's store
cured her, and she writes this directions as to use upon wrap 0 EAST GARDEN ST.
marvelous : : : : : PKNSA' \
Fwr County Surveyor: j westward, reported and the road was
medicine also cured Mr. Longof per on each bottle. Avoid substitutes 3
W.C. BECK. I a severe attack of Pneumonia. { declared open. there i is but one Pain-I l1ler,
I 1 The petition of Bamuel Grinella, Perry Davis'. Price :!:> and 60c.Feeding .
Board Such
For Members School : cures are positive proof of the ,
who claims to be a subject of Great
matchless merit of this
A.V.rLUBBS. grand remedy I Britain, and who has been on the The "BUY THE BEST.
A.C. BLOL'NT JK., i for curing all throat, chest and county farm here for six years, ask- 1'cople.No
E. WARD. lung troubles. Me and ,
Only $1.00.Every citizen of
inA'for aid to reach his relatives in any community occupies
| bottle guara nteed. Trialbot- the British West Indies, was referred a more responsible place in

ST. Louis should wind up its ties free at W. A. D'Alemberte's drug to Commissioner Welsh.A the social system than he who produces -piII'S: : ECONOMY !:::5-. ..
store. or supplies the means of subsistence I 1-- -
letter was read from Governor
street car strike and begin work on I 1I
1tOWINGI Bloxbam, in which the importance to the hungry ma;ses.. The I
its mammoth exposition, to be held farmer .h" sow and fattens '
I of having convicts vaccinated wasi reap
I and kills the fisherman Our REFRIGERATORS are Guaranteed t,> K... i
in 1903 to celebrate the centennial' JKntiiesofthe S. A. It. A. Will Close i pointed out, and Chairman Cody who harvc.t -

t anniverrary of the Louisiana pur- | Saturday Night. stated that the sheriff would applyto ;! the crops of the sea, the miller and take a lower temperature than any other on the nmkrt
\\'. K. : who grinds, and the merchant who
for the
chase. Of the amount intended to I Hyer, agent state I| They have an Absolute DRY Alit PROVISION ,
(IN..O. Tlmes-Democrat.J) board of health for vaccine point buys and sells the necessaries of CIIAMIU I:

be expended in the enterprise-f 15- John S. Renaud, secretary of the I and that the county physician life, are all equally indispensable to j Warranted Absolutely Odorless.

; 000,000-about $1,000,000 have been Southern Amateur Rowing associa- would hereafter vaccinate all convicts human exNtence. Of all thee, the
t subscribed the congressional tion has called last named coming nearest to the -----
appropriation I I a meeting of the association -

j adds $3,000.000; leaving I to be held at the St. John Longrelative A letter was to read organizing from H.a state W. difficult consumer,position.occupies The an especially errors or i Our Ice Cream Freezers! '.

t $6,000,000 to be raised by subscrip Rowing Club, West End, Saturday association of county commissioners shortcoming of all the others: are
the failure in all I directly chargeable to him, iu the i WARRANTED TO FRKK/K: IN :',' .. :MINI: I I IK-
tI tion. Considering evening, June 1C. A great amount ; that Escambia county had been I

i previous enterprises of the kind to I jof business will be transacted. The chosen as one of the executive committee estimation of the conunif lie I
who !succeeds in sail the !
hare the buildings ready on time, entries for the coming regatta, June aud that a meeting of this mnnlK-r of critical-fving largest is : L1S"Prict''! no Higher than for Int-nor ni'ikc. r i '
committee would b *. held the ln- patrons: a .
< at
-21 and :to J, wilt be closed, judges and
endeavor plain them to
the management should to ma-terof his art. and his
timers will be appointed and other val hotel, Jacksonville, June 19. proves superiority ,
"break the record" by an curly be- preliminary work of the attended Application from Mr>. L. F. Hart- by rf'-ults. Such a one is you.B.
Mnlino Jacoby, the Grocers hose long; experience -35
ginning. to. zogof; that she and her lit- GERSON.3C-
and admirable huiiiiPsS faculties '
tle daughter bo admitted to the
The Pen<;acola oarsmen will ar-
l truth, rive here few btfore county farm was referred to Commissioner have won an viable place for ,,
lout: are sumo homely a days the regatta Johnson. him in th. e.-tinatioriuf the I'ent- I 107 South Palafo

plainly stated by the Lake limitr.Bulletin. so as to become accu-tomfd to c. h pallnt' The evidence' of the fact
the cour e. DU1h:11Il and llii-.r.", Frank Caro, C. M."he'tt and C.M.Ask'gren .
could be > exists in the t'll1rmou..lull1e ofbu.ieesa1I1U.iflyIratlsa'trI
If they firmly
who were the ;guests" of the Wet were appointed aa '

ImprtM-ed upon the cntlselcuc"ee of Mud Rowing Club, will again be committee B.tptm church to lay in oat Cllmmiiot'r a road to the .il-cc. and tl.e! constant crowth at his in r,-t-i1 W. S. :BIHIGHT COfflPflNYLUMBBR :

1 every delegate to the state convention quartered at the lake l'urcir- district. ruimbrr-. f f 11."p\\'lw tlf'.II\.ith h' ;

Florida would bo the gainer i be The an improvement regatta Iris year on that proini-ei of last to A letter from Miss Roberta l LTeiry : in tinLHIIH -- tr.;
from their proceedings in that iuporfuit relative to df-i n'" tli'c ii'jenff{; and pat- .
season in the first idace the inana1 to ::r :lt l.gtigbt .f t't'A
way fur a road through her lnJ-: r<'i.iire of tit. p 'cplf. iifidiinr '" k..I'. -: =;
body: : incut i* determined that there :9 LATHPireCTFsESJ&EIKGlEIK
!Ilii:ilarsre e-t iblihm< nttialiy I'Until.-
The outlook nppedrs taut for some shall hit be any uuii-Cf"-sary delaysin was rtfuied to Corniuusioner: };l'ew- -I' ) ,
-tocked with
.i iilnnidant ,
changes lu HIM Mite (cabinet Biul tills waiting for th! ,< oaruirn. If the hit:. up- 'I '
should curtly takf place No one in Florida oarsmen are not at their stake al Tax Collector D'Alemberte! reported ply c-Vff-r:f to.-tapirs the wants. he and!taki'totes earn tf tiraI'lu. ,to i- .iliJ : : ; : !::. : : .

_ i ha* u ruM to hold trace for life. Kotutluu the required time it rests" wit: the that a balance of $li'JS.77( waxdat- ,;,

in oxt-cn'ne. or ailiinnUlruthfatTair umpire, why i is vested wish to the city t.f Pf n;;ucnH out or til' them ail of by tu|cotstaatly> noveltit! !! s.f-ilerinic.! the trade.In to. .-.. _:--- rrx; :.t''t. L.I I 11.I II I\

+ i s a cardinal principle of di-mot-rucy. TIiJemocfHU .. I full power to disqualify theentry. mad aid brid *1 fund W.IKKI han: !:!: hundred .>f in-tuin-p-: buyershave
of Honda should place new' The men will be warned already been paul and it way ordered '-
that be drawn' found at his place articles for' I State'nti..n ItEII. :!!/'.
men into this voters now Idled liy tliowlu against delaying the race, and if a warrant hit which they have =rarchedelsowbereii COFFEE DRINKEP
> ha\t> lul: tlii- -same trill after term. f they are not ut thpirr-takes. at l,?si-t the amount. delegate! mint pl1rt'Ia- a
Hi.-I i motto i is It
The KHJ.I{ the stiticUfinandj tinA new ten minutes before the race titer 1 The tax collector's monthly report : Vail : Pay todiet I i fir-t-claos ticket; from the pliicc uf Attention
the He" : knowsLaz :
; Everybody
will have of poll taxes collected was nlVd. starting to place of me tho
Ural U imperative. NewblpodwiliInfusenew to pay the penalty of bin i JnCI>t" an.l :those who know tinjrat
life. And Florida noeJi": this. disq ualifi'll., The special committee of the reKuliirr.ttpf. and at the ;;:1 111 I:! time
The gentlemen who have in board appointed to investigate the him know that Jacob}* ind Fair pmoure from the tickf talent a per- Commencing ]'hll'/, :

lithe :u adeunHTiitsari'willlnsto work : charge;:; the untui'il regatta of the petition tllr a road at Juintette, reported Deilir< areS' tionyuiuas term*. !titcafe.: rihowiiii such payment *>f Mny 14 UT will liII'k <

In democratic li.irct-cs without Licking, rii: utieru Amateur Roving A?-ocution ; in favor of the original petition lljlw 1 full fare as a deit'gat". and the route i

1 they should welcomed, but If they propose are to hH congratulated; for the and C. N: Levy, Joni Ripple-! It '.1\,111!i.. <.::. I 10.1 which n turn ticket will b"cl<- certificate in eut-1, I I
to bait again: an they dd in Istni they untiring eSIom to givethe lovers iud Jeo. lia\iaud were appointed ired. The return tieknM are tlin
thoulJ nut by pcruntti-d to take part iu aquatics some splendid racefhe p> a committee to lay it ,",ut. P. A. Danfortli. L.tGranr.-; procured on till e certificate* from pound of our .,lochs 1/

chooses nominee uuJ making |)luturmlialnexvllle -. management; has, ibored harder Clerk :McMillan! tiled .i petition 'ul .'rctl intt-n-ely for *ix utonthswith the ticket office- Jacksonville. I

I I sun.i than ever before, arid the result 1.-' from the Mi-es Cody rt 1:1:1tn: r.dieminsproperty .-- :a frightful r ruuniu? ;sore uii his J. C.'i It, S"eret-try. ..TcWf'oITer., and r J1 l r- /. '

i The above is an exhibition of the that thooar.-men: h1\'e taken: greaterinterest ; .old to the stat till !If'j>!'. but writes that HUcilPll'mica! Jacksonville: April 'S. \ Argil dOO crrfijirfiff'I \ ii'
<: alwh..lh'! cured it in ten
tuxes aud the showing tl.attlieasi'Sstnent .
a intolerant spirit which has resulted: and, in fact, there is a general : upon I
For ricpr3, \Vour.d4 luruII iil-, I entitle the lioldi'i-
revival of the and ex some years: hud: br!-i To thof who drillk'Iwkf'\ for InhenutifnlfcfiPilcInT I I
t from HIP defeat of the democratic excessive, that personal; tax Pain or Piles it's the l>'!-t salve in pleasure HARPEI Whi-key'add-i '
.citing sport everywhere.From property ; \ / / r.
party uuder populistic auspices in indications the was included and that the vrid'ow'exeraptioM the world. Cu > guarantef-d. Only2'n zest to exi-tencM. To those who
present entries hat not been allowed, it : '. Sold byV, :\. D'Akmhtrte drink whi-ki-v fnr Ixaltli1 'nk ''UPlnlc. TI1CJlUlIllIJlIII
bSW. If that spirit is! permitted to for the variouevent*', to bn ;

dominate the Kansas City convention contested on Lake Pontclurtrain will was reemnmended that the state Dng'i; ._ HARPr.R Whi-k'.v makes lif- crsgititrunfrc if ft/ las h I II
be larger than ever before and some comptroller accept $I iii; includingc worth I Iivii'2.
as the extremists evidently excellent sport is u. ured the localenthusiasts -, for the;.tlon of the CHI MOOM.HillT l; CCISIO\. SOLDIJV yenrfi trine ordinary n ,I

hope it will, the event of 1S1M: l will: on the 21st and 2'J4 of '1 tidcates. {',,"Irr 1'1I.It'alaehlfeic I Valued utrt.W).
Aii-pici-s \NAiii-i-:I.SF.It r.itos.Penacola .
doubtless be this It June. Chairman Cody made a verbal report '
repeated year. x1,24..117'1! ( (ill.
of the inpetfug here of the state Cluli.
; I'll.
will take: a united: democracy to I
overthrow republicanism. such i' The key to health i ii in the kidneysand board of health.Cuminisloner. The Pensacola! Athletic( Club i isetartitgit.striesof Prop. J\". O. '/,'/'{)('rf'In
expressions John-on
liver. Keep these organs active wi appointed entertainmentsto vinri:. '
as the above do not lead to and you have health, strength and jit. a committee of one to iuvestirat" : Co11 ec JJflslillJ! a tStn-m !
I. be. given daring the summer witha YOIT rjially invited to ;?end I
unity in the democratic ranks. cheerful spirits. PIIChLSH BITTERS Le i cost" of n contract for are
moonlight exrttr-ion! including old cl'itlis tll nW have theprore
: i is a stimulant for the Ii.l>tihg the court house prtnory your
ii The Supreme ( ourt. regulates the liver, stomach kidneys and and jail by electricity. In his remarks hop and stir! bathing.; 0:11 hurray; i:1t)':modern and up-to-date *:. Just Think of It :

bowels.. A golden household ': on this question Mr. Johnson June It The boot will start from We will repair and l return ti.nn to

Hon. Frank Clark, in a letter to I edy. For sale by Hannah Bro rem- said that the gas bill lust month was Palafox: wharf nt8o'clock harp.' All yon by our p delivery. ( 'ril ,lieil) Jill! (' ll'l'lc'' ",

the Times-Union and Citizen, ar- $H, the smallest of any month yet are insured a good tim aad tho-e P.tut- "f"llt'd and j n-"ed..2.: >.
and that i it from Gag who "tay: : at home will have some- .. .. crushed
usually ran
gues for capital removal to Jacksonville i i If you want the best cigar on the I to Ve-ts ., 2 a. cherries
thing to regret. fJ4J cents
on the ground (which he I market ask for Annie Held. Krueger $ ua month and he thought a better Coats //Ill:.
& Kugleman I contract should be made. Huit cleaned and pressed by '1'11'11(111tril"hprl.ic.1 al
Agents. a'-Mtf ( ( "
rightly designates as the strongest ----- --- 1 ConitnissionerVetshreported thatit Wm. Orr. Newark 0., says, "We the lat St proc;". .. .. ..U.MAll

reason for removal) that the lawyersof Golf goods, lawn mowers, ice seemed as necessary to maintainthe never feel safe the without One"Minute other work reasonably cheap. W. T. (I'reen, &: t'o/s for :I
Cure in house. It
Cough paved
harbor police during summer :\f en',s suit to ordf'r, frondlH'It ur.
the state are unable to obtain the cream freezers, hammocks and all
sorts of seasonable months as in winter; that seemed my little boy's life when he had the Men's pants tA order, from $:UJl' up. Celltc.rl'lle lines i'li\; HI'"
full opinions of the supreme court goods at the pneumonia.e think it I is; the best
had done Inuch but the Ut
Willis! Hardware Co's. they good, Mf IKLTAIU'KIX( )"
of fruit Irr
without buyingthe publications of thought the board of pilot commissioners medicine mad It cures coughs 111 South Palafox street. pure juices.

the West Publishing Company, of should make a monthly report and all lung di-easa l'leacant] totakl' fQ"Drop u* a card and we will cream: !soda( and ice cresim
harmless lnd't'
1 : ;; immediate
fit. Paul, Minn., and then only aftera to this board showing work done send for yo'ur clothp
DinnerI 1 relief. Harris Pharmacy Shepard
a.n'er ': and results accomplished, and so at 10 cents.WHO .
of several '
delay weeks
the moved. The motion was unanimously H. Kahn.Stylish. We will launder your spreads for
I I 'To assist digestion relieve distress: --- --- ---
opinions are carried. them look
15 cents each and
after eating or drinking too heartily. :
While it is true that the firm I to prevent constipation, takeHood's i! The board. then adjourned.._ bed room and par- like new.. Star Laundry. IS RADER ? The

named issues the first full publica- i I i i I lor furniture at low prices, i man that paralyze the
Pills > Ready mixed paints of all shadesI 1 Hammocks of all styles at all sort
lien of the opinions of the Florida i I I and colors at the Willis HardwareI cash or instalment plan, at of prices, at the Willis Hardware: furniture trade with

court, no good reason exists: why the {I I Sold .erT"rhere. 25 cents I Co's. Marston 9' Finch's. Co.'s. .

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LOCAL NEWS( NOTES AN OPEN LETlPENSACOLA.Fla.June+ It. 13, 1900. A Society I lip M'

R. & Co.
Ion. 1;'. H. Henderson, Membsr State Halliday
Hoard of fl:altb. The

rr-1'rI1/aM.14 Dear Sir-I was urprir' to learn .
aiul ririnttynriny : that: there was any hesitation in Whiting; :

l: Tknrulay; brut to raying the county of E=cambia and favorites, _; -- -.; ;-; ----;; _.- -_- -.... .....!...;; !J
.', l. tint _/.' rn ami tit-niylit, of
city Pensacola, for the propert'ltthe lanta, Ga.
J I kunday. .V ttmHryrrtt -
quarantine station. In IST'J: !
-" ; MINIMUM in lint when I was mayor of the city we church at ; !
I Extraordinary Bargains
instituted the present system of The

( '. .. of Milton arrived in quarantine, and at quite an expenseto ful but

H Dallas the:city.dump I paid und$1000 again for an the equalsum first val Mrs.11. \\ Not Until You Have Personally Inspected These Exceptional Bargains t

):: :.iton of Ilobirts is a for enlirgement; ; in the first 3 the organ, Can You Realize Their Intrinsic Values. I
-day. years it did/ not pay expen-es byvtral sic, and
II l ll.: rry Lurton are on ati.ves : thousand! dollars : why not? with i \

..\-Uceof,,l in X Irewtnnarrived,lh nIle.i from Until!, May not I estiblishcd over to October 3 !vessels the entered t-resent per month and system of, weather.withs lies !i Sale of flfliite\ Shi art' \9fClaot, t :. Sale of Black SuirtT\\ ai st tslI .' s. ..

'tud.1 afternoon.KJ course the left deficiency I
receipts a large Hyer,
O'Uriou arrived yes- ; we had increased our summ Whiting, All url.\\'hite--hirtWl:! : til at ... .. .. .. ... '.elIout'U.. () Rlack Shirt! Wai-ts S5c '
.L"outrutn: \\'a hlllgtoll. r trade 100%, 300"\, and 500% up to W. A. I IAllour0011'hiteShirt rs at.. .. .. . .. .. J M. In Ibs2 the doctors took friends of .. .. .. .. .. .. I All our $2 :Black Shirt Waists .}L7o
j IAllourl-- \ .teShirtWaitat. <. i.75All 1
Jlllru lit Furt I>ode, Fla., i is
charge; and it cost Pensacola $:.'00-t Master .1IIn o.rg3'b; Black Shirt Waists .$:.
,Ui'tts at the catllbi.1: 000.o5lnce Ib'JO! the county hAd a youngster our ;3:;;; White Shirt WaisN; at .. .. .. .... ... .r2qi I / Colored Shirt Waists to Close Out at "

good income from it, the city notbhi stun into AU our |4.75 White Shirt Waists at. .. .. . ...n ,I Ab,'ut Cost and Less than Cost isi.l-V r'r
\1rwl"ji.tl1 bark Louise, It will not be hone deahogif -
Harwick passed Dover the state board does not pay the ring. The THE ABOVE ARE ALL OF THIfSF.A Or.KE: *. INCLUDING ALL THE LATEST: STYLES, 4
SKWALLC. COBB. wedding
:y 1 ankh steamship I'u.karo: P. S. Our right* to the locationthe I *:I>iLadies' Cambric Underwear l: &! '
r a-t-d from quarantine at :3 ( city's), which I secured from t
t Iii atteruuuu. the War Department: will endure i A very Large Assortment ; all Reliable QiaJiti, ; Full Cut ; Superior Shape;:. We welcome Closest Inspec-
British: steamship Carlisle, until the U. H. requires it for purposes Florida 't tion of Every Garment. We offer goods of merit and at prices that make them Exceptional Value. !
from W. J
lot (ietiua, into nt. .Mii of defence. H. C. C.
put !
------- -- ton, at tPercales Calicoes Etc.I
June 10 for coal. ,
Story of a Sla\e. I
Mr and Mr*. John C. Avery re- II
t d ye-terday alteruoon from a To be bound hand and foot for I' All our 36-inch 12l2c: Percales now.... .. .. .. .. .. 10cj I 10 Yards Cotton for. .. .. .. .... .. .... ...... .... GOc

w day: visit to Mobile. years worst by form the of chains slavery.of disease George is the D. A j All son's our best, at.Standard..... .. ...Calicoes. .... ... .,.including.. .. .. .. .. .:Simp.. .. .. ;r cAll I' 12 Yards 4-4 Extra Fine Cotton for..... ..... ... III.(-J ;

\\' ; A, Tippin, ii prominent citi-I' Williams, of Manchester, Mich., Thursday our best Shirting Prints at. .. .... .. .. . .. -le : 11 Yards 4-4 Cambric for...... .... .. .... ...... .. $1.00
,( Delta, was among the arrivals tells how such a slave was made p.m. -- -- .
aff-ruoon tiuia yesterday. free. He says: ")Iy wife has beenso J. L.
helpless for five years that she Decided Reductions in all our Colored Wash Goods. '
In W A. J. Pollock was last night %;
could not turn over in bed alone.
d examining surgeon of the en- After using two bottles of Electric l1
>v : it-lit rank, Knights of Pythias. 11. IIALLIDAY (5 CO. "
Hitters, she i is; wonderfully improvedand Was TELEPHONE llfl.\ s XJ-35 PALAFOXST.
( .tt; Pd+'iual Mirribella of the able to do her own work." This health. I
ark Haze, who died at sea batur- supreme remedy for female diseases mendous; 'I N. B.-Just Received; New Lne.of Straiffht! Front Corset* (Ithe correct thing.) New Line of Boys' Cambrie -
i.. ad a fJ.uoo, policy in the Amer- quickly cures nervousness sleeplessness where ( Waist New Line of Ladies'_Liberty Silk TIPS New Line of minis, and Khaki Cloth for Skirts. '

Iuild melancholy, had<\chf. backache Bowels -- - ---
fainting and dizzy s-pells. This
( schooner Lonesome want GRAND CAKE WALK
tlshtug miracle working medicine is a godsend they I
*k was reported yesterday fifty to weak, sickly, run down peo- Pills. T
And Entertainment
oil the bar, !south bywe with
ple. Every bottle guaranteed. Only brain and he Benefit of Christ Church j
... . 50 cents. Sold by W. A. D'Alem- D' Fund i
\v..1. 11. l nOWle"" and family aim berte, Druggist.Board .
V 4! Clara; thipl..y l will lave to- | The Swell Walkers will ;: I j
or w for Tat hpringTenu.; ., tn of Public Safely. the following interesting program r

i: 4 the heated term The board of public safety held along Reported ;; j Armory hall Tuesday, June 19, !* ,

liI., Frank Johnson of Pine Bar- and tedious session this morning l\Ie : beginning at bw p. m. sharp:
T arrived in the city yesterday afi4 considering charges against Officer I i
attend the of the Credille for failure to report WW fKUbRAM.:
t "> t<> meeting I
cumin is ioners. unlit street lamps, and Officer Par- WO__ : ; Overture......... .... .._. ( :
ity N : Mandolin and Guitar ...! '
ker for sitting down while on duty -? Quartet
1, Ii, DsWee! of Montgomery, a and conduct officer. M __ : t. !Mooney,Cahlwl'll.l'olll'k and Potter.i
unbecoming an &_ "i Tenor Iolo'org"t those Words in Anger
'mm*ut knight\ of the grip in this In the first named case the charges 1...___ ... I :Spoken. .. .... ...... A. t:.
., ti'tu, wait in the city yesterday were sustained and the officer was SPIRITS BUSH Solo ._ .. Archie RO f'n "l
t 'f\16wiul: our merchants. suspended from duty for 15 days, Tenor Luck and bolo Wing-Dreams l) nce. _...Kosa Willie)0;. '
and in the last named, the evi- Louis Baritone 130Io-t'orTbis...McKen ) (
11 herville. the station
new on.e dence was conflicting, but discloedthe Mo., || HelectlonH .__ ." ... Ellie
dummy line, jut west! of Ptrdi- Pollock. McClellan, Mooney, '
station, will soon be fitted up fact that the officer entered a |I Overture .___.. .n' n -.. .Orcbe
dwelling when he was not requiredto up the
irh i a neat platform and shed. I
Brand march cake walkers led
do so in the discharge of his duty, by
Fi-hermen at Jt: you Grande land and for this he was repremandedby TII I I the inimitable leader, Walter
.nine fine specimens of red fist the chairman. and participated in by the
.tt-rdav afternoon, one weigh- Union Oil :'1 well known entertainers; : Chas.

.i in the neighborhood of twenty "I used Kodol Dyspepsia; Cure in Merritt and R.8. Juina, Ab
son and G. A. Vocovich \ :: : '
ado my family with wonderful results. Notice :
It gives immediate relief, is pleasantto ; i Sheehan and Willie Bo!'so, Dan :\
take walkers held a rousing have sold ,j ' last night. They will take and is truly the dyspeptic'sbest will to j livan and Ed Quina, Ross; I
..v :at the armory June 19 for ap-the friend, ," says E. Hartgerink, back, {! and Gabe Jordan, Geo. Mooney !
fit uf the building fund of Christ Overisel, Mich. Digests; what you I'I Archie Rosenstein, Campbell A
; eat. Cannot fall to cure. Hargis and McKee McClellnn, Will
Pharmacy, Jno. Shepard, H. Kahn j I yan and II. T. Robinson, J. C. I
R J trip tickets to Jacksonville 1 I ing and P. J. Maddox Ellis I. i
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tint of the state democratic Weather Conditions. i In this i i I Frater and J. C. Porter, R. C.
.f., k>ii, will ::o on sale here I oline ,
well and
The storm covers a much largerarea j Henry Hyer.
j I IS and 111, good to return sacrifice { Contest for the cake Each
than it did yesterday, but its : ,
JI. at one and one-fourth fares.; I I make .7'I allowed three minutes time
center has changed but little, remaining ple :
lUi MLodze J Knights of l' ..thj oil the Louisiana coast. It We The entertainment to !
<. 4 olllcen last night as f.> is apparently moving in a northerly public for with a dance. 1 : :
'.- ( C., F'. J.:. ISMwner; V. C., direction, and heavy rains are re- ing oils Reserved seats on ale at Coe's. ( '
J Uilliaiivs,; }'..J. P. Falavantl p rted from the Mississippi valley as :any ::, cents; general admission 60 cents. i
MV l Victor Hoist; :M. A., C. It. fir north as St. Louis ojlm I -- u_ __

v "-11.1 The infeting was an in- Th*' weather has cleared ;n Texas, I will darkening fin...'. S ho.....
'in!:! IllIfo. tl.o team I and clear weather prevail! in mot jewelry There arc men la :\l''t1ork: I !
'king' in the third rank. ;
other portions of the countrywet ;
Stephens. whose fortunes are not small yet : I
T'Hlwrr'w is the of the great !: of thH Mississippi\ river; in oihI -
never a tMJOtIu'k a coat a year
unli;.!'lit cxcur-inii on ti! <- hiy, I I ersc-etious clondine! runtiiiuo! I II IIachknla RA' pay tiM i :
shining their are
;rf bathing; and daticin;:?. given: by .\;,:\ reports high wet to : J :
I' A. C. Although it look'* I so ith! winds on the Iflth in-t., and a place own bootblacks and not one Is I
my to-i.iy.|: .. it hoped it will h., vryhuh; tide. The water raised sells ed of it. You may depend, on one ; ; ; i ;: :! :
ar and bright to-morrow at S p. -vel with the wharves these men were reared In the I t
whets the l.o.itiil !1cmfrom i M. WKKUIT.JK., I ;:\ try. whore they wore educated In :. : : : ; I

..'\ whuf. The (,!H'ur.i"lIi-t.i OtlicialtnCharge. 1 J. M. use of the bru li. I said to an .ic<
.!< :\Varriiuton; to take on I I j I pint anco some time no. when he J :
Hannah liros' for De-
;: It a-.un> "ekt-ri+ from there. j are agents will Ite : .
Wees'Cough; Cure Dhrrbu-a! Hun I plained that his 12'r'ar-01 l'oll
Till: Moi"tus: HIM: i'iv inly and Witch Hazel Salve. They ] close : escrciso' about the: house, "Why i
1 all throe of these make him M.irken the
j.-njrmtc-o: preparu: you
in gmd food and sint.liil.emy A :
di expri'H.... in the tines and will cheerfully refund the I pictures shoos every morning?"
opt-u '
ran x'ow-' with lniilthiilooms j money to any one who n-es: them tramps, He was stunned at the su:;," : : ; :: ;

with us bi-.itity. I' without being beuellted. Price i i or's ;. "My son blacken hoots: he
-t m tie' ,f.. the eta".tiringlativ..lean I cents eath.ircnbt: -- throwing up Ms hands. "Po you ;i :

... -tIy.Ilen-t : 'U,.t -id-, in gl'I'ltaric.ty, in j i : I \voiiM disgrace; my own boy? I
'ul ;iIo'I| ":lIIt' Syrup of white enamel: and mahogany: hrjstrimmed i annoying him Iii rents every morning to \ !
liv 11:1'!: ('.ilifornn., Flu elegant design*, ut O. M. I bl'xxi. : !): Ins shoes t llinc at the comer
S. I-ry, I'- liargam; Furnitnre House. tli m ,by have mine stained" : : I a : 1'

-' - I reminded him that I.P was (: ; fi
:" Hint I-r.y to l.c an tn 'tart anJ : ; ,t.I

I Foeisa _' L W was giving him: t.IKd: > a year wl I :
stole from his friends. 1I

shoos! U splendid' vxwci'e. :\ : j I

niL'cwl; street: Arab Is too proud :
it bccntise of some fool father I Kko) I
( ;SPECIHL- one inoiitionoil. but such a !

oti:!it to I* in U-o! business! :: .
-- Or-I.
rolibic;?: his friend Let every
fI learn to shine; : shoes.: lie may 1':1\' .
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:: :: :
make a living! ;: at i: FCH.IO lav. T) t
!s money in the ;: .-New
1'ross. jar]
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HURT WAISTS AB Preparing for a "

One cf tho met remaii..iti.-!: :

meats that have ever come rni'.or
on" Tvatlcn is to lx. (four in the
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o fif cx part Sct'::;;!:l. K Vf\. App.
Mr. Heo ;;ia WMJ under: iiiillctmen:

S 1( !In r vWo would think they were Stolen if the); murder! i>f ono Wllliani I.
l and en extract from a menu ':
1\ \ J t' did not know where they came boo: ia fonilsLt's :SinndwritiCn

-- fouiiJ t'oar the !body ran us full!' w
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o_ = : .:: =
J. ! Co.. Ti. Jn. "i. I II 1.
n'I': : LINE: OF LADIES'; WHITE SIIIUT; WAISTS: RANGING IN ; : As this; irale the last pmiili-ij: that I I
seer cj. 03 earth ]gar lipavpn n.os me II 1.iI
this sale $1 each. .
man ta! I : <;'ir? tl.t; '. : r "e hue I
1'1117"'l' WAISTS, tr"in!! .; ') 1 p . l> suIt t'e( .-i :i tf f.". jn.l h... a? red ty
this sale 49c each. this dcuil tiu; tJJ..1!! ..( i jr 1 ,..t. and a >
Of Ui >.tt to u.. Mj> hetet bits us. ti lA\ I fil!
1..-t La:! hour un earth w itti one of us

hVJ B'ce' Duck Skirts, this sals SOc each I Plain Crash Skirts (better : 1It.'Ogomd Vtvecnr nw now and anJ rased tore JB Sine.Written 1 by IT U 'I

lii eiua! Deck Uirts, ( braidtd) this sale 75c each Crash Skirts (braidsd) this Jirud, Dornj In IUIIIO .

""/ Baa! Duck Skirts, (whits stripe) this sale 50c each Denim Skirts (braided) this Xfr. Scogun's piety : ":
brought: victory to him in the
-P F'J,B Crash Skirts, this sale 75c each Denim Skirts (braided) this {I for his adversary when found

i: ed to Lave been struck behind the
i: by a 13 inch shelL-Law Notes

Tilt HIUOER THE PILE, THE SMALLER THE PRICE. i, Save money by making your

5000 Yards of White and Colored lOc Lawns in 2% cream freezers at at home.the Willis The bet Hard, \ i, ;

this sale 5c yard. Co's. J i 1 1'

_I"Ak. for Ticket in our June Drawing. They Cost you Nothing and you may i :!' ;
The best refrigerator

Yours 1 the least money at 'I' jt
FU R i
Truly, W. J. & B. 5' Finch's. ..... ',

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:i RAINLES3. -I A Bnatae.e Epitaph. -

WINE OF CARDUIWoman's. / When August burned upon the jreui &elIDe. "I was hunting for odd epitaphs,"

I stepped within the whispers of a wood. said a Tennessee newspaper man, "andIn
I Whose wtutect day, pricked back by dark.. pine, a cemetery In my own state 1 came
_-- Ibde ihlmmering tumult where the thick stems across one that was Inscribed cpon a

.! stood neat granite monument and read In
Virtue. Some Kent 01 withering cap-* seething wine- 1
Crowning Made taoenae of the balsam breathed drought. this way: "Sacred to the memory of e
I Sweet u the sigh of summer ia the south, John Smith for 20 years senior partnerof

BILTOS, Mo., July 17. I I Athirst fur autumn and the purple nna. the firm of Smith & Jones, now J. J.

For rears I suffered terrible pains every My feet pressed down tae: mosses' fibrous gray Jones & Co.'
told I could not
I month and doctor me
b*cared except by an operation. IfeitI I A dry twig cracked upon a drier stone; "Of course the names weren't really
could not submit to that and was so deipoodent c, All i...rihed newt of lavender! and brown Smith and Jones, but I don't want to for infants and Children.
I had given up all bopca of a cure. Died in the channel of the rock "'1)1.
hurt feelings, and they will
My husband insisted on my trying Wine of ti And in the fomisLed covert I line anybody'h
Cardni and at bat thank God I did try it. Knew in what floods the ttiirst of its may answer for the purposes of the story.I Tile Kind You have Always Bought ha. Imnip the Mnulure -
J did not have a pain, and did
all Lut my month work,I which I had not done ia seven i" r w drown. met Jones later, and he gave me a of Chas. II. Fletcher, and has been made render Iiis

*****. Cecelia Dttux in New UppinooU. frank explanation of the inscription. personal supervision for over DO jvur: Allow no ono
,1 I 'Smith was a. bachelor without relatives to deceive jou iu this. Counterfeits! Imitations and
BLIND AS A BAT. he said 'but he knew
a tremendous
"Just.aseroul"! are but Experiments, and cmidanger tlio
I lot of country people, and If
Win 4itrdJlI But That Fact Wasn't Mentioned health of Children-Experience against :xi>eriment.
any of them happened to see his gravethey
\Vlten the HorseVn Sold.
David llarum was a goal horse tradi might think that the old house I!.I The Kind You Have Always BoughtBears
had closed up and gone out of busi
Modesty is the crowning virtue of American women !t Is the trait I i but a recent transaction In horseflesh
that all mankind aJmires. A modest woman is the most pleasing of all which wad made by a well known ness. So I thought; it no more than the Signature of
,, created thmjrs. Because of this becomingirtue thousands women right to let them know that the firm
that there
shows others
.+ prefer to suffer untold miseries rather than confide their troubles to a Mcmphiuu are was still alive.'
I I physician and to even think of submitting to :an examination is revolt I who know how to get the Iou: end of "I complimented him upon his good
Wine of Cardui a Lore trade. Several weeks ago this
mg. They can't get their own consent to an operation. I Judgment"
t permits sensitive women to retain their modesty. With it they can cure Memphis man saw a tine buggy; horse,
"female troubles" in the quiet of their own rooms. If pecial treatment which he thought ho wantwl. lIe located And Still He Palled.He .
;l is required: they an write to the Advisory Department of the Chattanooga the owner and asked the price. flattered himself that Le was a I ,

Medicine Co., and their letters will be promptly answered by I "One fifty," wan the reply. After look- clever man and he decided to proposeIn In Use For Over 30 Years.

women trained in the cure of Ing the animal over closely and tryingher a clever way. YM' rr.aua co"on.. n ..u.... scam ......TO" CITY
'= UIKS' AIVKOIT tlMITMMT. womanly weaknesses and irrteuForadvfalnrxueeveewufnRepreW t-peed he coiuluded It was a good "The use of 'shall' and 'will' always -, _m.._-_____n _-_ __ __.._ __"'""'
Urities. ThereshoulJbenohesitadarcuun.addre.a.glvinr.ynneoma .
'I tion. Delayed treatment means achronic trade and without more ado wrote a puzzled me" he said reioetiu'ly.! "I I

d .U4lM'SDICItICO''''''',, (.."",X.tADOOP.lBrTi\tHMil Tenn. condition The longer check for the amount. The next day never know just which i is the correct MUed. JOHN McDAVID

postponed the harder to cure. he found that the mare was as blind asa word to u>('." "Henry." she t-uiii. ",lid!i .\ >.11 get those

A LARCE BOTTLE OF WINE OF CARDUI hat but this did not hinder her speed "The rule 1:1'l'ry simple," she ran'1 shoo buio'i for tae to,lay ':" REAL ESTATE AND BROKERAGE.

COSTS $1.00 AT THE DRUC STORE. i or detract from her general appear.I : plied Innocently. "Just remember "Yep.) la- ri'jilUHl.VLat .
I !. He drove the animal for several that""un- "\ did you ilu with! tiemYYlie <:11'PROPERTY.. FAItiAND \ ,

XWINE OF CARDUIXIII I weeks and succeeded In attracting the never mind the rule," he Inter- felt m his pocket! ninl pre<,'!ltly TIMBER 1.\\ I"'

aduilratloii of another lover of horse- rupted. "Just tell me which: is cor- fished out a little I nmnil box. 'nIl'U:1 FOR SALE.

.----- ----- : le! >h. who made a proposal to pur- rl'Ct-1 !\haI1l11arr )'011' or 'I will mar scared took overspread Itij counteuuiiLe. -

1 I Own Trap. \atore a. an \rDlor..p.Thl'r iSltlM.1 ry you?' and till lady wanted to Vnuw Loans Placed at Seasonable: Rr"'S

''f There Is a young man in the pension (' are few departments of hn- "U'ell." said the Mcmphian, "I pave "Neither," she answered promptly. what was the matter. ,
24 East Government' '
office who Is buying a house on the man life where man: hhl'en so entirely $Id' for her but 1 will let you have Cincinnati t. "Did you take any of those complexIon -

I Installment plan at a town somewhere anticipated and at the Mime time her for $l'':." --- --- -- ---- -- pills jou asked me to !brine home

1 between this city and Baltimore, and surpassed by the lower animals as In The prospective owner looked the for you?" he a>ked.

,1 Ms dear little wife lives out there. It the invention! of armor. : animal over and ccicluded he had a NasalGATftRRH! "Yes one" she ered.YTiy'?" f

tI I is Lls wont to conie in early of a morning Ills cunningost devices of the mailed bargain. He paid over the money and "That was a time button Here are W1NG HOP r & G

and to go out again on the o::;0 fist ol'lrrnre none of them original. I took the mare. When the animal was ''Ri pQrtG ;DIn the pills."-Chicago; Tlmeb-HeraM.

train when his day's work Is done. A If you examine a fine and fully developed I unhitched, the first thing she did: was nil its etaj-ts there b Fr y .NbU' -

few slays ago he met an old friend from suit of plate armor in the form : to run against: a post and then by way should: be cleauUness.EljN : oar FCrER F y I t ,

i Chicago! :and yielding to the entreatiesof which it assumed at its highest zenith of emphasizing; the fact that she was Cream Balm: Importers and I'fui" -

i that old friend, he decided to spend lu the fifteenth century, you will find I, blind fell OUT a barrel The next day c't'au! **!,Bootbe'and hells: ': 4 HEINBERU[ BROS.ij & COs I

i i tlw evening;: In town. He was so afraid! that the trunk and limbs wore completely the buyer came back to the Meuipbian the di-*:.-<.Ml I'lemhnJe. ..r'Ite'Ireecatarrhanddr..e ; Chinese and Japanese
ii wife would feel hurt If she knew that Inclosed la a splendid fitting I with blood In his eye. ('' -' '

fi he bad dehlnrately planned an even jointed case of iron plates all exquisitely !- I "Colonel you know that mare you I i -Iuiclt'y.away a cold: .u lie Lea 1IIOL&LES t & GROCCS *Fancy Goods: *

; log's good time without counting her polished. The suit as a whole sold me," he began. "Well, she's stone I Cream Raliu i is placed Into the nostrils! epreida FINE CHINA TEAS.No. .
1 i In that he manfully resolved to deceive was a triumphant product of the armorer's blind." over the membrane! und :.s a'!>qnrb 'L Ke.ef.1 mim I

her. Accordingly as he came away art. "I know It," replied the ('olonewith !.ate aol a cure tlow! It U n.t dryn-;
I: from the oinee he went to a telegraph Yet If you look at a lohster's tail you I an easy air. rot produce,nceiin;:. Ls-;;e!'.zP,21 cents at Dt*;;* Palafox Street, I
I office and sent this message to her: will see at a glance that all these clover i "You didn't say: anything to me p jot,or liy mail; Trial Size,10 c'IUI'YIJI.U Pensacola Florida. Laundry Office PKN-A. \ t- A
Missed 5.30 had said the his face ELY UUU'rUEUS,Si Warren Street.Xe... York.raICATIOS.AL. ,
: "Unavoidably detained. devices of uian's Imagining about It, purchaser, I

I I train. Will be out later." been Invented: and patented long before reddening with anger. - -- -- -- << -GOLAY-f a
It was a great deal later when he by nature and that the elaborate "Well. I'll tell you" replied the colo- ,
; .
J"I' dll'oJ his happy home. Wifle met workmanship; of the Plautiuenet r i rich "That fellow who sold her to me LODGE DIRECTORY

him at the door, and there was a look craftsmen who cased kuig'at! and horse didn't tell me about It. and I just concluded The winter and priugterm of the Grist and Corn Meal Mills.

I-- i In her eye that every married man for the battlefield or the tournament in I that he didn't want It known." Literary depaituiHtit of .Mnix's I5u.-

; learns to know and Instinctively to ;glistening: ; metal was but a poor Imitation I The newcomer took his medicine and iness College will clo-p on Friday, KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. M.' F. GONZALEZ & CO., Prup
June H. The cnanoJune wr tnnn open
4 drend. of the Ineffable skill with which Is now ou the lookout for a friend on Manufactur.' _
1 II, and coatiiiu without inttr- I'ensacnla Ijixlgp. No. 3. K. of I* :
"Did you pet my message precious?" the unheeded crustaceans of the time whom he can even things.; Memphis miion.ight mid day ee''-ions ,
CHOICKMHAliAM m.t....,1 :
be asked n iI he kissed her tenderly, protected every vulnerable portion of i', Scimitar. The patronage of the general publicis m"ets At every<* at Monday Cn-tle t\Hn'I ning '

holding; his breath meanwhile: as a precautionary their bodies from the assaults! and attacks I the orteinal witch hazel solicited. l'J.u-tf: In llotchmsoii ball.Veal STOCK I Kii.
) secure 1
cf their submarine enemies. lnt"ndeiciaitre>'t. Patronize Homo Inrtutirs .
measure."Yen -
salve ak for DeWitt'a Witch Hazel
I visiting brethren cordial!; .
dear" the made answer, and Strand Magazine.Mr I S.ilvp, well known as! a certain cure A SlHOMi POINT welcomed every r ri-eU ion fnim you tb should! lloiuc hu> >Mi Va.'I iMlock

when a woi-an calls her husband for piles and skin dilM"f'8. Beware H. JlDEVINE, for by Rn doing you .>nof>uraL' n. ..
1 I Is Ruined by having your bury or : H. HORSIFR. C. C. lour '.. r
try. tnanrylaletianI -
"dear" that way you can cut loose from i Harriet Evan Hin;;rtale, 111.. of worthless eounterMN. They are repaired by the old reliable K. K. 8. and you In turn are lndir" t
the weather bureau and prognosticate I wntp: "I ne\er fail TO relieve my I dstlttornaHargis Pharmacy"Jno. In foMerlnft the homn mall '> > .

a few things on your own hook. "Yes,
J dear, I received your Uk's<;ag('. Here li>" One .Minllta fftnivh Cure T - -- -- which coiunbutos to jour runt .
It is." i i'I wo': 11 lrl not 'i:el afp without: it." Live Oak Camp N
; There It was, sure enough. It was Quickly cnrs cousrh-. enidglippe PROFESSIONAL OAR'S.:'
cud eli throat iiM'l i lung di- -esH' Meets IIrot and third Friday nUbt In
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marked as plain as plain could >e, i ,
'I cordially ---- --
each month. Malting soerin>
I rris Jno.
: : Pharmacy, Shej-purd.S.
"Received at 4.23." He hadn't thought THE LEVY-PO" CO. Invitfd. W. \\'. WATSON,
I Kahn. t..R.TIIA\lEs.Cliirk. C.C.Indigestion Dr.TarGelliJ5TjeQrcary| .
.t I of that.Washington: Post. i iI ---- !
-- Tronh'r In the Church.The .
t I, !\i'EU'lnf (Me.) Journal csys"T'Ky Fliysiciac! sal SCfQiGI.I i .

made a stre' matter of reIlgl I ii-nt>.!".... 1.11.1! l I I -, .i.lit ",
; :">:i in tl.e good old days as N I shown r: I.:,.
Lt d ..m... I.-\h'rnh.rt.- I1L..I'I 'S
'h., mis extract fr"1 the diary i'f ,
. / fiilnfui :11" n i t 1' HI-
. 17r r lira % 'barli-s Creauir <'WaMiiboro.. under LOOKIG We challenge the world -

dzte lIt June. 12S:
tlt.'rans! knock-lovn In to produce a remedy equalto
I 'SuaJ.iy i a : I DR. C. RAY MITCHELL.

tar: t'uni'rcgatij'ial: : niettiii: ; house !"', the Matchless Mineral

twuu the C'oigregitioii.ih-.ts: iuid Uniersilisis. I

r \' The realists: came oftVictorious. ]titer\ for the cure of In- Surgeon Dentist,

1 was trerv. Saturday I j

tY night the: pjlplt: was guard"d: all night digestion, Dyspepsia and i 28. South Palafox Street.

by men with clubs. Sunday was the FOR? Hi all forms of Stomach Bowel -
great: day. bath parties occupied tin? ) I

church, and th're'l'rl' great music Troubles and Skin Dis WEISKJLY HCIIKDULI.

and sInn:. : ;:. Afterward the Connregatlon FOR STEAM DIVISION

lists bought; out the L'aUersalists, eases. Guaranteed to cure iSACOIiA KLKCTKICTKUMINALHA1LWAY

and there was no more trouble.' COMPANY! .

or money refunded. Cost Trains leave feniacol for the i.utl
Bayou, Palmetto Beach Warrlngton. Nary
I. .
"YOGA WIr V f' @R- what's xplalned."yaw de difference between 1I only 5 cents a day to use it. Yard.:II a.and m.arrlve Fort Barrancai at hort Harrancai at 1'1 II amll
?" :')*) a. m.arrive at fort
: and
or politician er statesman
THIN l lI One dollar bottle last twenty 1: "Well honey, a muhrIACJ' good p. m. arrive at fort Harranea. 4, i a,
ain't It?" I a1:15 p. m. arrive at Fort Karrancas I. p m
May object to gittin' up I days. 'apiu p m.arrive at Fort fiarrancaa I *i p n-
'Yes.'um. Trains leave Fort Barrancas for Pent-
and buildin' the fire in "And a toadstool Is plzen. iln't It?" I For sale by all druggists; cola at
I T.wia.m. arrive at Pentarola..... N:lia ro
'the morniit'. but if you "Yes. 'urn." I Ii:ttu p. m. arrive at Pensacola liiipm
"And day bof look alike"' I, j also 11 T. Green jCo.. 37 ton p. m.arrive at Peotacola ..5 p m
rt commence with her at I I p m arrive at I'xniiaeola ., v p m
"Yes. 'urn. S. Street. 7:Ull p. m. arrive at Poagacola 7.ti p m
once you may be able to "Des same difference! from a 8':ltes- Palafox '16! p. m. arrive at Peniacola i.w p m

overkum this prejoodiss.I man to a politician.: -.Brooklyn- Life. ;THINGS l OR ADDRESS I a'Haturdaysonly.effect l>*c. let, 1499.KCKDAT leD..Dt'D&.

regret to ob arve that I .
)f. H. Smith. uttPrllnt. )fj"I'.. \\l \VILBN\ Leave Peoiaeola.. m. Lv Fort loam Harraccnta.
( didn't commence arly says: "})Witt's Little Earls Riser : 11 a. m. 11>> m
('nut!. it was a are the very bet pills I ever 1 p. m. t p.m
used for ('o*tivene,, liver and bwel Greenville Ala. I I p. m p.mip.m
( J rather cold mornin1 when trouble*." Hrri: Pharmacy, John Every other man you meet sp' a. s about the tp.m 6pm tp.m

1 I fust proposed the idee Sheppard_, S. Kahn.._- ,. weather in that helpless "" d way Testimonial From Jinlgr Gaaton. I e 6pm p. m. r 11p.m p. m

, to Het y. It wll m't well Medical Society: Attention.There as if he could get no relief from his dl"( omfort. I lake great jRrrsviLi.r.pleanum In Ala rrtifvin. Atu..< ItO.the I: }'< n.AOola FASt to Fort FOR Harrancaand WHS DATS retopennKCola W.
Wilkluton' Match-
andtbt* "
I received and I found I will be a regular; meeting! dP"US'lC'l.1 What \ve want to do is to educate men up to the point l I-.< Mineral Water. Thl- natural mineral I I'eatacola to to Palmetto Navy Yard Bach and and return rntu-L ''.

i mye111aylu' on the lloorpretty the Medical Hociety at of saying; "I am dressed for comfort; hot weather from ionic,a to well my thus|"'non"l tiulfs knoitl.-"-t .of dgn.(ir.i-*-nvillf.mthrt taken. j FAK& FOB BCSUAI
the Board of Health fUre at t
exact condition In which it is Mild. I ,
studdent. aS o'clock p. m. Tuesday. June 2(5.Vmtinjr ( does'nt bother me. This store pays particular attention haveftn thl.wat.r usvd. with "onrful /eameola to art larranca >;afT r:
: \ art and r"tarnPel.acnl"
I thought I'd git and pnysiciaiia: are cordially : Summer Hot Weather Shirts success. for drspt-psia. iiidiKvation., anvye. to l'alu..tto HcjoU anlmtorn.
: up to Clothing, f and fur eruptive diio-aien iorr u it
invited to attend. and ttnitnuU. As A rtiiu'ivfor .____ ., -
.lcer on man
MU the fire myself."- D. .W. MCMILLAN. M. D., Straw Hats, Etc. Things that contribute in a great ttiftroubln-. i do not |H*;:..VI* itsKiuiltxikt r-o fr"jfbt! nct-lvfl after .15 p m
President. Ill- highly rM'oiuuit.nd by"byslcian'l
Artennis Ward.! measure to the comfort of men. for a nuniDrr rrdiri-..
E. F. BRUCE, M. D.. 7.YLLHaerns, ,
hub-crib- f.- li \n
f will 1 build the fire if you Secretary. 25nt Judge of Probate Court, Uutler Lou.t% .
Alabama 10"t a w>f k.
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and you can sleep i until Good All-Wool Blue Serge
Ring 3S2: or call at the office
I : up
breakfast is rt'adBtt alo KUGELMAN
-\ can
11 North Palufox street when in 83.50 KREUGER & ,
t lffpa half hour l"iifer, a< the tire need of a carpenter, B. D. HotTmap Coats and Vests .

! started instantly. Simply strike a Buiner-; Agent of the Carpenter'?; *=v\' OLESALE GROCERS.-
U full elleet 1ndJo ra'rs' Union will furnish \"ouwith Good All-Wool Blue
match and firtI. in Serge
, your the desired help on short 'no AN ENTIRELY FUF>H AND NF.WTOf'K of 11Ne I :

I I .; in one second, day or night, anytime tice. n23tfo $3.50 GUOC'K1UF": (AXXED /lDS; ANf> APP:11.11.9'If.STry
in the Pants our G-olclcu. T'looco Plou.r.
: ; year. ------ --- e a e. s a

:. A. s rr o Tt I i.9etre .. .
I :SalesroomUi'Ul; : : E. fi the lta i.lad lt Hale A.aars Ec.r''. All-Linen Blue Suits Zephyr 11'areh'e' f T4rra"I..a; wtl t .. .,ITtilophrine -

i Over ."00 Ranges now in 151 _

: j, Use in Pensacola. re #1l Weight So 00

u A car-load of cookins-stovps! and: Better Serges if you want them 1- H. H. .
up-to-date range, at O. M. Pryor'3!
J Ranges Set on Trial. Furniture House. if need then
Bargain Cheaper Serges you
v and Steam fitter
GAS RANGES Slur? CcuecM Free Mattings that are (heal,I Plumber, ,

Pemcoh Gas Co. and at the same time oj THE lEVV.PDU Ga. No. 5 South Palafox Street. .
: MaterialsZELUTliCME : in lilA ;
Fittings Kfp
good, durable quality, at t All Kinds o, Plnmbin and Gi:
PF.Vy1WLA: )'LA..
S3i >
South Palafox Street.
NO. 3 S. PALAFOX ST. Marston jFinch's.. .


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An Old Sdf'. s'torlt.
The Blighting The captain of the brig was much

$CHOFULA t- disliked by his officers, and, being 111 ASH BITTER

Disease 011 i I with yellow fever and likely to die, the PRICKLY

first lieutenant used to drill the ma-

'*' Scrofula and rines In the burial service on the deck LIVER AND BOWELS

ts mmt I I I over the captain's cabin by way of ASD FOHTTflK THE SYSTEM TO RKIST PEEVAHTJG KSEAS2S.o .

; cheering him up the corporal giving

,. sit? the lungs: in Scrofula the glands of the neck and throat swell andscrpurate.eaustngugly running snres; his orders In a loud voice thus: "The 4PiIIA

(. '.larefy the eYare inflamed and weak ; there is an almost continual discharge from the craps, the limbs swell, I corpse is now acomInup the "atch- .NN.A.J:: : : I3iZO S.. lynecirtl 1ntea.

'4 ; .' ,, bones ache and white swelling is frequently a result causing the diseased banes to work out through way! Reverse harms: The skipper .k"E

2 1'y .t\:: the kithe producing indescribable pain and suffering. Cutting away a sore or diseased gland does no I ultimately recovered. .
; h t... go<. ; blood is poisoned. The old scrofulous taint which has probably come down through severalgenerations
f 'Y< : has The commander of n certain gunboat "The liZ7ff
el' polluted every drop of blood. q\ ,
" vv :"" : used to f:1that, bavin ; no doctor on
.. -. Scrofula requires orous, persistent treatment. The blood must 11 e brought back to a healthy: ?
'I' :11 condition before the terrible disea.can 1* stopped in its wurk of destruction. Mercury, potash and board, be mixed the medicines provided '

_.9: >' other poi-onous minerals usually given in such casts do more harm than goad ; they ruin the digestion la a chest Into two buttes, and L I them a//

w and leave the system in a worse condition than before. I whenever any of his crew happened

t' nly' medicine that can reach deep-seated blood troubles like Scrofula. It goes; roan to the very roots of to I* sick he drew an Imaginary! line

C-,:<:L'S etry'I'sti e of poison nut of the blood. S. S. S. is the only purelytvtnUe: blood purifier known. I I across the man's stomach, and according an cptniizcJ sur-'ming up of

t' '" from which it is made contain wonderful blood: purifying prop(-rties, which r..Ir.i;- .u, Low over j>owerful, can ,, : as the pain was above or below : uc.lvcrci.1 praise cf rnnoiLrs
long resist S. S. S. rur.-stleUo: ,.I, increaEe the '
'TgegfftlfUljll : :sectionesl I IiJH I that line he gave him a dose out of No. ch cljrlzin thj rehxiverits
J Jl r
E .' ir REt.aj'petite, aids the ; stores; h=:'tth 111.1 strength to the :i ?
1 or Xo. 2. He claimed that no man
cnfeeblellllOd)', If you have reason to thw:" you han Scrofula, or cf
i-. :.rite any Llo.>d taint, don't wait fur it to develop! but begin at once the use of S S S It is a fine tonic end the I ever came to him twice, which was

.r. <:r and Uoo.1 Wider known, as it contains no poisonous minerals. S. S. S. is pre-eminently a remedy for very likely.-"Hurrah For the Life ofa

\ Sallor," by'Vice Admiral Kennedy.A .

con.tarnsformore German savant says dying Is a fAcB.C.er3OHEiLAM
.1 ,.t her laf" Afewtxtttlevif. b.ctLccuredhercompletelya1it.canedto: .
Y' Ii...'it(he trouble.. Idorodlwiteveithacahequalforstnblarucssesofbloddi.rases perfectly easy and painless process.
r.Y. br ml the jxnrrr of other culled blood reiued-t- S. I. BROOK, Monticello, Ca. Consciousness, he says. ceases In nearly -

ll";:' al di-'>artnent i* in charge of experienced h'siciansho have made every Instance before the heart

5,3, i and .>therblood di.ea, s a life study. Write them about your case, ur any one stops beating.
, i: -ten-sted in. Your letter will receive prompt and careful attention. \Ve make

a- V* wh.t '\er for this. Address, THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY. ATLANTA GA. The greatest of all human benefits

-- I that, at least, without which no other
II I benefit can be truly enjoyed, U Inde- 7t: I
wasn't for a store. Aunt Kenan that
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eRr..rRK 1k1KxatatKKxJGtK S Cfi '
p' The Den tut I* '
John bought it. It was for hU own A North Side dentist is 1'0Ilt@"I' pendence.-Parke Godwin. The superiority of Saint Louis A. B. C. Bohemian Beer is recognized ey,

i i i"use. IIe's"f'I'1" rich and John Is his ed "mean mail' by some of his women i by experts in its absolute purity, its rich, creamy foam, its paid
The Old Settle only heir The only bachelor who can boast a
, I Vh8 that knocking at the door? Itan't patrons when they learn of the ,i mother-ln-lore id the bachelor of arts.- golden color, its life and sparkling brilliancy :.
(' be John's uncle already!" trick he has practiced upon them. It Order from '

1i i 1/iAR.uti11..uSfaStifl W..4II4c Miss l' nl" Ts drawn face had brightIUN happens sometimes that even a rubber ':I London Judr. \r. J. VIDdI.z: : ii
Poverty fs not aa absolute cause for'
] into sudden radiance dam will not stop the flow of woman's ro
aid Miss IVnritI to her "It's lIr.nryj.1! she with a start. speech, and although the dentist, beinga discontent Would you dare step Intoa
making domain ratchup discontented man's shoes 3-Rev. --
holly) l.K.ktsl halt frightened, but at the
L not to little
mall averse a
'. -u, Tin R-ing: t-> .*.n! the ,-lJKOFiM Facto niomeiit the door opened and John talk" Charles M. Sheldon.
I "pleasant now and then with a
larton[ in with another gentleman.
t rjme Best Cooks
*! IMljr, stirring away gray and Hirtly. patient yet if she ix>nJsts in telling i 'or Over Fifty Years, i

*,Ju',10: u at the tnmat($es, lIe arrived by tleI o'clook train. I/>viIy him her personal or domestic history f MBS WINSLOW'S HooTRirta arncp baa
"n Penn lir+iuit that sHtie ." loaM he. "And only think-be usM during the filling: : of a tooth, hinderingthe : been used for over fitly years by millions of i; .;i; in the Country recognize the *r.'

,3': 1 l.niiM'If. anj it's 2tin: ) years to know your aunt a Quarter of a century w>rk, while other jiatlents wait in with mothers perfect for their success.children It soothe while the teething child, [t" i superiority of ;
If" the last relic of the old the anteroom, It's a little to his
Itr.'tl. SQltena the gums allays all pain,cures wind
fi* : "IIenrrr'! faltered ML-s IVnriff, cwing! nerves and temper. The doctor is a po-1 i I colic, and ia the best remedy for Diarrbo-a. LEA & PERRINS'!

r, a>4.w-l Miss JVnriff, "I've no at the stranger in utter bewiUvrmvnt."Kiziah lite man; he does not ark the woman mediately.It will relieve. tnld"v the poor rusrgists little! sufferer In every nn- I..
"'{' it.! !It's !I..n almost .
r. part of the world. T/renty-'five cents a bottle '
to but
stop talking gently: .4i
T -f M<4atrr with rn... and rMr1 : The twit day all llowndalo was con- says lie sure and a', for 'Mrh. Willow's : r1* r SAUCE P THE ORIGINALWORCESTERSHIRE c '' '
trr I.t it &:tI. We are \**>r, \'u\.1\ with the news that there was U -Open your mouth, iileaw. Soothing ..yrap." and take no other kind. + < IPER \ .
There Is knee! for few moments I ----- V ts.-.t
a j
\I"*"', loe a double wedding in the place. t' C.ifi rtAaeOP ae utorrrt.tora: {
.1 the Lttl- When the chatter begins again. At C. \ Thompson's.Crane's i I ": : Bottle
1 off! the htove.lai John and IVirothy might: go to RSchmonil I I ? h r9 For Game, Steaks. Roasts, Soups,
drlnsod hhf, with a on their wedding trip, but was it "Open wider, please," "says tho dentist Ladies' :Note Paper, and I ,, :. r. and every \arietyol nude liana. '.:

>!rm.a.'f', "Init it'* m..t unrom- not hai'imu-bs enough for their elders to more persuasively than before, Envelopes to match. I L : I'/7TYA24 Il moat Invaluable. t'

i%..:....ot." lit side by "il00 the old mahogacy settle and the work goes on rapidly enough Cambridge Linen and Envelopes.fiurd's t- JOB DfNCAIl'tSoNV ACEMTS,New VotK.9 tr i
'. 1 tLat II itaM Parchment. .fie
way, .r..lhr, Mice tnorr-E.ichange.
until the her
patient swing opportunity

" ,'". "I .nti't >..... wLj j fin rv Invitation Paper and Envelopes .
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.!..\., I>nil.-jr la_t w,-<'k." Itrflvx ne.enperstlon.: "I starts in again where she had left Linen Tablet ; &

ooJ wad !><>llr. tij-cii'mz her Unan "You KiH-Dt a LIt on your Easier outfit off In the tale of: everyday woes. The Frosted Velum and Envelopes. I TIME TABLE.

' 'J"ldf, "lieraUHH I didu't 1 Leve Louise, 11 i
doctor ortlewd i pointment. Tho dentist seizes the most 1 Paper; Dennison's Crepe. Etc., with LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROADIN -

4 tfry rich I") ...thy." "Xo, DickI! knew you would fwlj terrible of all his Instruments his look a general assortment of tationerY'1
II. t wclfunw* to hU money Aunt much better as soon as you MW howjpretty becomes threatening and his voice too: C. V. :\( EFFECT: JANUARY ?I. \\OI 0.No .
d I look in my hat."--Chicago Uec-' "Ilease mouth No. 30 South Palafox Street.; #4
v.Ui now, open your very i
K'..lii.->.. me!" aid Mira IVnniT.! ord. wide." The rune SUI.'Ct.>eds. and the 6. No. :. No. I. I No. I. '
*, that: wn ttie! roa-1 in a -- 12:45 nooo n::'O p m Leave 1'ensaeola..Arrlve 4:15 pm' 5:00 am ',
I' -I rartT* The Gtraffe' T1mldit7. startled but unsuspecting woman 2:15pm Plt)oljbt) Arrive..., .}o'I..mlllon... Arrln' 2Spm I 2:35a1n: .
stretches her mouth Into 412ptn 11:056111 Arrive ..._ iiohile .Arrlve 1f"'noon 'Onlgb'
Ain't know" owl d.... "I.ul-I- A giraffe Is very timid on hearing: an abysmal Schrebniek's.I ejpm 1:.., am Art h'" ..Ne.. Orl".nl'.Arr'e' 7:55am I 7:46pm -
.. "'. J'-hiaiy Hurton.** slight sounds, but Is Indifferent to loud fawn that precludes the possibility of c1:( lpl11 11:10"111 Al'rh''. ( 11.hiam I \1:00pm: '
..i.| Mis IVnri.T. "Has that ones. A writer In The Leisure Hour even a whisper. : >l13111 1:10 pIn : Arrive 2:216111 11:00 a m
I 12:25 noon %:::10 a III Arrive ... LOul.\.III..AI rive I \II: p m 2:f05 6 mBETWEEN
Into the IIIhi ICs a mean trick.-Chicago Tribune. I
; an emv up"sa says: lit : ArrkwfncinnatL..Leas" I! 5:45pm I 1IllOpm 3

Noisy sounds, like a man walking by HATS SHOES VALISES. I r '
'' v-tly! amid Holly busying h/T- with hobnail l hoots, It does not notice $100 iiKWAun ,9100. PENSACOLA AND JACKSONVILLEo.

t .-? tin t'i uito jars "Hut I but a lady coining! In with hardly more The readers of this paper will be A fIn STOCK OF CHOICE CfiOIHlKG.! '
uivw ar..m.1 picking 111) oil learn that there is least I \ :?I. So. II. i No, :. No, 2'!.
.. .j bran tn'J.rgi and all such wound than the rustling!! of her dress pleased to at li'55night! I Tall am ......... ....... Pensacola. .... .. lIllOpm 'I 8J.'pm: '
makes! It with one dreaded disease that science : 1':54night 116m Milton r
.1 : home lug colWtjr In N>\rn start, pricked cars odd Men's Furnishings. loawpiii I :iIIIm
has been able to cure in all its stages 4atnrn \I::!5" m beF'uniaki I"prlDgs .. .. auspm I 2:11)pm
ej es distended.We and that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh ,;:uo a III t loa4um I ... 11111'II'y .. 5:53pin 12:57pm 7r
.li.oo' .. .. .. .. .. '
union wUJ t'rminltt..1 remember well, after a terrible 7.tain I 11:15"111' 1"nanl I'pm 1:05ooon
removed the Cor-
Cure is the only positive cure now trHavin to
I "I161U: 12Itinoun; ,1:1\.r
.- of I'.nrittiil JunctIOn 6:10 p m m
tapping Johnny explosion of (juni owder on a barge on nown to the medical fraternity. ner of Palafox and Jntendencia ....... .......,.. \:4:1: P in ..:1'.1111!I a...." .... 8:4:1:\ ......_ r
:* (v",aiiu4 tin' MP of then the canal, asking the keeper of the giraffe Catarrh being a constitutional dis- ,I streets, we have ome Rare Bargains ..... 7'n. p in Jack.olI\'lIIe C:_'U"m... ......... ._ r

of that day how they had taken ise, requires a constitutional treat in Every Line, that we are anxious -
Mr IVnriff said
''IJ.'II itii ,""It 1 .'........ .. It. and he said he was surprised how ment. Hall's Catarrh Cure N taken to dispose of quick at Removal I

n, aunt" sa'cl Is.l'.j: in a very little noon they took. They internally, acting directly upon the TRE' ORIGINAL
jumped to theIr feet, but almost at blood and mucous surfaces of the Prices.H.
.f \\"y.rhls t is nay acct. I
J..J.r.t.v.. ,nee bar down again! when they found system: : thereby dos-troyiiijrthe foun- HAMMERMAN, -

.oW wbat tat' I'.our"} I'Jf' trills! : blpleneLI.t. : dation ot the ,Iipa..c. and! riving the ,: MANAGER. K bU Bnnl Hm
patient strength by building the BOTTIER K1
." i. .'I I." Mill Sli-s l 1',-nri 4 I ." !in- nd.ltsl. "if I were at nigU-: constitution and a.i.tillg' nature up inGoing ; ,

1. i-lt up. t.i; .I" I... i"top u'.ims! that gallery: in my its work. The proprietor- '' .
't J.M .A' nt'ii-ti a!.,nt theM
'". e:,-< tyy: wouM In- so scared that I Lave so much faith in its curative MOUNTAIN HINTVhy
:, !!IIi } J..hltl11u.I, .
.. Mie\e they TV on Id dash thciusflxt-s to powers, that they offer One Hundred ,
I hound from :Mr.: Onk-
Mis." Dollars for that it fails to
I t" ...*!ll! an ultl <*an'<> They fear the lurking fo0. and binjl cure. :Send: for li-t of testimonials
a :;
-.j if: that *>rt ft f thing THE BEST TONIC! ------ t
.lddret,1'. J. CuuCo..,
l>:ini ":1ro's them leis than a faint,

1'd,1! I allow rustling s"un,!. They in that Tolt-doO. .\4'\T": FOK
i nn- tI'wii; : nre re-
\ fffl 1 ill !
Sold by Ini'jsi.t-.7r) c.Hall" and irritahlf when a
.I r -;olvHl on ba tij. very
\ln.ult ui :Mountain dint; Tom.will
-. handing Pill are the hl'-t. IJigh: -Grade Liquors. }
tn.ilvH well antitrottg,
-- you anu
\v '. I sjnirly around the l.cot If (;<. nt ThaJ. liii'litattl cl't-crfu!?
.. vi'r Urnok. Private Mock, Her .
1. \ "TP punt of vi 'U'. One Any to I'.lj. Y
One Clay in advcx-atl.'ijj more llta'rl :\1"1I1t'l1II pilot t'lIr"" Indj'ieihnudd"ivr5a'raythat : I! :. dlll S hi' IMtKntour bill of Its' ) Marks for I REF c I
,. ." Imticiiiiv: ff the ruirsi' strinirs: ; at a ; f"elifR n? \l.ii; ,' !F! ii'ilm.iir-i! Celebrated Old l'ri- 1
be \
.'II I'', 'ifT Vhatnl Jletlwd'-t: oonfiTfiu-i- \ visits and m; marks for metllcincs i-- ;saor in sniiiir.iT. I' \ .,ttock.. 12 Years Old! ; Old

r to hnyMerly i|, \V. ,\. (' ll.lIl'r stiti that severalytars i high: doctor, but 1'\'(' arraugeil to Ht- It tops up Idle! ftitii" !"vn:: :and :r'Ih. j \','In.t, Kt ntucky's I' 'rfec-

I .! la'-! no he Kriil an nrtide to a pair'j'i tie.! I'll pay the ft) marks for the medicines << gives nun a \feorouii'fietite.. ,,.ii of Purity, and Lot,: of Other ii

In u hih I.,' wrote that! "we pray hI) j', and I'll return all your visits.; It binihh9t.iu.-fa laid tnak'-i.f: I :'' W'J irh! space: will not per- y tit'a
I'.lattcr.Vc \vtttli livinr.lunntain = to ]1"utjUII.Fff" yaI
'. .,\ loud and vrnrU: tu'11tie.: i I i ITegeiule: I i
? Mint Tunic has ale
in "''
.1'" : .t' er awktls\ The ii.tcHSxi'Ut! con.positor got In his man1'1U'.lcnlians! well ar.dinuir! : '! ', I 1. 1 u':,.-ami ilea: Selected tock -i,
.ti i I "11" '. I All :Sllclit IIf Ilupiiler."This : ni liottlcVhiky; and Wines
ripe Italian hand and when the nrticleapwar41 that:it :become! n- I '
would l world for Family { !"e.
>o a hapiir: .
it read
.- "U'c bray too loud cecity.With
\\'n' ,'eettfiD)1. and ." 1, said the corn fed philosopher[ "if moretif Mountain Miiit in the !Lou-" I : .
work too Ittl! '
Ttu Jug Trade i3 Our 1tairr r ccialtj.fA :
: mil valw.
3V > .
what wanted and fewer
.'j,1 l T $100 But1 41 let it po at that." said the l'I.>lltIp. us ;trot we illi1 --* i is riro.: TRY
<>f us .t what \ve deserved."-Indiannjwlis It never ftil-. It i- Xutiirablo't -" '.
"The fact !Is. 1 believe, the printer was ; pi .. \t II \r.; lit for the \lIIOUS 1'abst MilWM -
1'ress. :I"si.tallt i : and it dm- it-; %\ !irk H CASE iKf. I' .'r. Free IVhvrry to hvery 1'art
.'1,i Mr norton: "it's a right:: and 1 never nttrcipted to correct'A I 'th' and melt. "" of I'It. ("I';. '
|, r\I1'dy L\..v "
I V KU Ul".llt the platerit I it. Try it rind! !It.. ('''jiviiT'-d. I' u nun n-. Ti-I> phone ITd.
Stone street was the first street in
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it into the
< WIIi :- II"] ". t'
Fori at H.ii'i'ii: '- PKXS.U'OLA: \ ,
Living Example."c .. New York city paved with cobblestones I

\' gins 1I.n.t the "\\ are what we Iced on" quoted ; hence its name. The paving ---.- .-- -- .._ --. .-. -
d\ bully. Mr. Hixsou! laying down his book."and was done in the year lt'.r>.. II wJ1Ahui
\ I'rtl\n wa gonp fir I am willing to say the author is
"1 lmvn on t'.c -nit') rlol.t. Fur {' alllIJl "- Friendship llouht1tll; money isn't I,

.nnshine glinlmel ,I "I am already a reliever," Mrs. Ills-: proof against;: the coin of your enemy. ,1 & KhEI'SMammoth
: i micnoucttc came 1:1 1I I
"You will Insist
son iritiTruptcd. on Chicago News.

having lobster for always."
; supper --- -
.I.- I n.eil \cvi.. saidu
1 I' bit: styi JIf,1! :1/1"11: I And :Mr.: lllxson, mortilied grew Rev. W. K. Sit/er, \\'. Cntou. > !

: "! j'!.t -.t.1. :L. nu,! a very r '(r.rooklyn IJfe. Y., writes.: "I hart dyp"'r"il; ova -

P'!, w1.-Tth.. > 1'iini- twenty year, and! tried doctors atiil Retail Grocery
inMakes made medicines without b -nctit. I wa> I
1' ;;s .d call inh'r I.\TAI. are by II ,
nin the ":IIt':' earner 1? the-'e who do not bf-td the earlier persuaded to use Kodol Dv-spep.-K I

t i iN I ryr.intoms of kidney or Madder Cure and it helped me from t!.>. 502-S04 SOUTH PALAFOX ST.,

I '..I !" fri...! I''>!! Mid.tin '. trouble that often ellll l in Itright'siliseii ;t.irt. I believe it to he a {.aiiaiva 'X'o1op1lOIlo 3GO. )
ar.;:i.l the <.II!
.j I.I-.IT knew you hn.l! a Ci.'la: make.:; the kidnevswell get* what you eat. Harris Phar 1

how folih it i-s to DELAY.V. UIll't Jno. Sheppard, S. Kahn.

MI \.T live t \ A. D'AlembertP.I < c5taplE and Fancy Shelf Gccds
Far Fly Time.
.:.1 I 'r' sand Mips:: Pun,
I >o play golf? If not why not?
... .'f.-..theri'as a very you 11'illis ?fesr. J. E. llo.,:;; & Co.. Xo. 11 :\. OF EVEUY DESCRIPTION, OF Till: FINEST DUALITY AND r
AH *>r:< of j1.1flIods! at the Acme Beer. IX
'i ',"'!II fc- :>z :..m-y in Palafox street, have perfected ar-
Hardware Co. ". ANY I Ir
;I'l'ing; V'-n'! ,.,"-.even I ransrea.ents for the nvinnf.icture of
r .'t know i ir. and h<- O.A.BTOrt..A.y I the bet window screen evfr placed

.1 rich man and n>-! Bean tie ha Ltd Y0l! A'wafS!'" Poilp1: upon this market. They claim for THE KEST: BEER SOLD IXPEXSACOLA. :f Cheap as the Cheapest (}::

itunp. Aod Henry Z it the following desirable features: .
8ignatiraj / ;
I ,.f < I|: It can be removed and stored t -
> her aunt' h\I1.l away at the end ->f the fly season GUAM KXCl'USION
F u ---
I II :
r. :.iwk. with passion without the ti-e of tool ; the blind Bros., N
Addtotlielcciutyofyourhome ,,, : 1YRQYALLIPILLS
j and sa-h: of the window can be easily, r I

1nnt. Ki-zlah.: why I by buying a few i ioj' j i handled from the in-ide without interference AGENTS. I .r" ... "A"E.Ur1". .'.....". ".n"...Uoly 1..11 60._.....'.0...... .. '
Ilaih-y. Now ion or trouble from the screen : /S h-vh ".. flll'HITBR'Y

J: !''t 'i.v But.\n" those handsome, neatly I Ij'ramed I lit I i* simple in construction and the A'so' Soli lyl, Perry and f Elates, ( 'V'or.In.1I 1",. "I".nt ad flute rr.Wk.. "ILJ.U....... " S y '
'1 a 1.L. .Ih. Ikr..
!tll'.i. I.'t.tby I pictures at Marst : price is so low a< to be within the -- '" I..........a ".b.nbao.. ad 1..1_
I o" ...,
'! t 11.,- \,hole| world with Finch'ss j' reach of all. Call and examine it, ---- -- -- l ..u.... F.r" ".r.'.u."I.- ....ft T..r.f"..ok. m

'n<.l car!, j ii yea only _____ i I and leat'e"our order for annumber. The Jug Trade .....':" !S t...rrNdt.Ineuuh.ue.nm"R.II.',..1..41_..."?,......laIa?.. ?/
Il ,
-- < H
I' snrL "I .m't! care > : -' IIATBING. i from one to one hundrt-d.__. To Selma, Saturday ni?ht. June 16, Ysr".It aF."I'::11"1('''' t t hmlea!C.,
1 only! know that! IN I ':'Is Our Specialty leaving Union depot at 10:3), on ttdh.a r'.an. PIIILA, PA. ,;
For the convenience of thoe who regular! passenger train. Fare for

\ "if you l love the wish to take a trip to the Gulf Beach, I CASTOR Prompt Delivery and Satisfaction round trip: Pensacola to Selma,
&:!.i0 from
i wj : ; Cantonment same as!
you once the yacht: Privateer in company Guaranteed. HAIRRBALSAM .
back into the house: I and Children. Pensacola; from Milton 50 cents ex (1 .
a For lafaats saE '-' hat( ,
Dreamland will t
with the =
yacht City, ,
I ..t (i> the oM gritiins tra. Purchase tickets! at ticket of- a )UI1ll>..t.rwyrOaa.. 't

t t,'iaj carried awny. leave Patafox wharf every Sundayat II The Kind You Have Always Bought Dannheisser Bros., fice. Tickets! Rood for 5 days! to return Jrenr PtU 1U to ToutbTuk Botora Coln.n Onj '
and 11 and 3 fare for Cam >.p a..u.a h v
:''fterwanl Dully came 1 a. m. p. m.; on any regular passenger train. Ye.aJrlwp 1 rm,; t-.c-
.1. round trip 2:;5 cents. You can stay Bears the5igttatare /.I 401 South Palafox St., Fur further information apply to
,. I all day or return at time. i I ROBT. KINO P. THOMAS ;
IS iximia:; Jown from any : Phone Xo. 116. P. 0. Box 281. or
t"' il t.he'-"tin! ; gentleman! I I CHAS. BARTON, I of Penacola. Subcribe to THE \ 'tcs only 10 4

tt Iuah"';::'"r Evtle. It : 14m-lin Master. Railroad Exchange, Phone 268. MARTIN PATTERSON, Milton. cents per week. t

.t ; .,

1 s. f.j

j-; ii_' '_ -sI -'. .....-t>.t..l rl 1;' Jil1M. ..o!. t.f!'.{ : ;; l\lJJ / "'--- ;"!.""""""- .' :..-.--.+.-:;. -- -' ">!oF '"- ;'-'" '.-' '- "''''.''''' .. :>"7'- ,_' !



At KnpfrUn' Park-RprtRt <>f 1001 Jewish Oofer aee .* Catcmjo Dlcuue > ARh11E.

.. C&rnIvaI-Program for July 3rd, H Method* of Impn)' Tm atCHICMO IF

P. M. June .-Atth* aefleioB i AREIV1D >T QUAR1STI.NX. iAHuuhNSAIEk I Io

Br si Ursula might, 31U,
On the evening of July 3rd there the conference of Jewish societies Morris '- to WSKejsar4Uo ,Tamplco.

will be a very unique torch-light parade Stem of Cmciuoati tead a paper on i

of the following labor unions Oftoses of Poverty and the ReinsdiaJ AT QUARANTINE.:

i Port hk Laurt-Dha. T4S, Ma i no,Oporto to
in fancy domino costume*, which Effects of Organized Charity, and Dr. Euars Dunwody A Cu ,

alone will be worth the price on all Lee E. Frankel of New York spoke on | A.T 0

railroad entering Peasacola : "Tuberculosis" as affecting the chari THE SHIPPDfe.VB88ICL8

Wyer's Band. I, ties.The! .

Jumbo, the carnival el -phant. I, committee on friendly visiting
Clerks' Union. then delivered its report. This was followed IN POirITJiAl8Hllil.

H. B. A. No. I. I I I by a number of papers touching F. E. BRAWNER'
Knights of Labor. ,I the same subject r r Cyo Soto, Sil"Karrell:, to Baari. Dun- So
wody A Co
Longshoremen.Cotton the
conference yesterday three itt Cbatneld, I'M, Hill to Baars Dunwody
Hcrewmen. movements of importance have been it l.'O
Typographical Union. taken up. They are: t
Theatrical Union.Carpenters' and Joiners'. Union.Painters' philanthropio The co-operation organizations of all charity for the and establishment cola wody.Spun Lumber A Eu.karo.lS Co Co ; Larrlnago, to I'enbft- It Dozen Ladies' I<5If.'Hele5i'rst I 25 Doz>Men's!! Fr-'nch Xeck Balbrijrgan 30-inch Solid and Whit Dulateat -

and Decorator Union.Brlcklayer' ; of national colonies located Hr Evenngbara 19is. Xewlove, to W L Lisle Thread, our price 25c each or Undershirts 25 cents each our price. . .
Wltttch Co 52.75! dozen. Drawer match.
Union. in Colorado California and Texas fot to I Yard-Wide Sea .
*pna Kranclsca JIj. Arrlbi to Gull Transit I : : I-iaud Iat :
Electrical Union. the care and treatment of persons sufferI COIr 12 Dozen Men's Fancy Silk Front 30 Dozen Men's Fancy or Colored .

Motormen and Conductors.I I I; ing from consumption. 1'arksate;)), Crowthvr to Pensacola Bosom Shirts, our price oOc.! each : I Satin Front Undershirts at 23 cents 1 Y ard-Wide Fitchviile\ ,
Star of the Sea.Prograiii! An Lumtflr l'O all sizes. each Drawers to match. '
I organized effort to remove the lr :;lrathje\'tjQ.I;>*, Jack. to Gulf Transit ; ed, mad by L.'ns-d.iit I
congested condition at centers in the i('0 :20 Dozen Fancy and White Silk :30 Dozen Men's French Neck
on J ul y 4 1 b. i I5.ilbripsau -| while itb-B. . .'. .
| large cities! by tending poor families to IJr Sandfield. ij"'i. Tawse to Hyr Hros' Pleated Kosora Shirts, our price $1.00; or Fancy Undershirt, nice I
; mir tuloiiU.<< 15W.; ::iLeven ou. to W H hey- ; GO Pieces Late-t Call,'". c
at the at
sports park commencing all 'if'iI.
|I smaller towns and fanning districts, ,gee .\: Lo :: quality, at 45 cents euchDrawtrs; to !
1:30:! o'clock. I j.I where better opportunities for employ We carry the largest line of Men's match. ; l.iPahlbun', (il i n!_ .

25 clay bird shoot between memo I, ment amid the healthful surrouudingj It Guilia H, KNT, Kollove HIPS Koasco Bros and Hoys' Colored Shirts in the Cityat 10 Dozen Men's Heavy WeightBalbriL'k'aa j Warranted .

: bers of' Dixie Gun Club. l'rize, :!i, exist AkA" the Lowe-t Prices. ,:, Uuderhits a: &"> cents ; 'i In-: received a full !h u: -

leather ?un case. i Abolish the practice of providing applicants It AlfriKl" 'C.; ;. Maunnldi: toe Torr I 36-incii Spring Perc-ile our Drawers to match. I and .Shut Waistlowf --- ; u..r ; .

I Game baseball, championship of with transportation to relievE 1'orttliit hnrm-nosa, ;?;tl. Trmd.ile to price .. .. .. .. . .. . 9c Wo! Ioz"n LadinH lpf''V''t'I"! ; -t.

West Florida; five innings. Prize, one community from their support by iIlllr'. l>uri....odv 4 Co ;j: 33-inch Very Sheer White. Lawn, at old i>riee, Ii fr i':; centorSic Para-oU and Umh: Ii.. -
I 1
$lo. I sniftmg the n pou ibility to another. ,rr'igce Nor liohivza."illioakansencld for Xce- I our prJc"I;Ciillch dozen ; embroider neck. $l.m) and $! :!*>.

100 yards running race. Prize, fine ], --- Jt ('.irtnnorBs-thonn. JJTi' t i.sri. to ord-r Check Naiu-onk.; mr i 17Dozen Ladies' Mi>,.es' and !I Iadi. hrlll"'ht I'

pair shoes. MOBBED . . . ... .. .. . .
: THE UNDERTAKER.Four t'r Ker JO "IIII. i;". Keller to orcierN : I price 5c (Children.Meevplf.; : \ C-i-. with shades nt $i.7ri.mi; ,.
Pony race, half mile dash. Prize, -- <'r Kiuu ii'a. KuuJ-en loraer ::oinmcli'hite and i oiore&LPique
it Muuie A, T-s. KonJonup. to order Tare Neck.: S for :25c or Si'ic dozen. All tlU'lie-tt\'I; ,.- III I I. ,
fine saddle. liou CNicholn: to ItosnscoIJros I I our price . .. . lOc J5 Dozen Ladies' ::'1t'enJ"'p.t", Children's >:riw"Hut- "Ial..o :
Oenfs buggy race, h lIt mile. Prize, Mtu.ttlun. '' :$;0-iiicli) WhiteCnrded
Pique. our with -ilk Tape Xtck: 2 for 2e; orSomewhnt ot> rolls New > 'rll', "

ivory handle gold nivunted whip. SAX FiSAsrjaCo. Jane U.-The board! ,I..ssI K<*i:.nt*lt Linnlifi ('1' Tit JohaiiiSi-n, price . . . . . . I5c *J.3j lUII. at I'".... 15; and 2! e. |p.r \a;
TrottinCIICf', r>est 2 out ot 3, half
s.r 1'wiiser. 11VJ, Albvrte. cM for BuenosIt
of health has
decided to raii tho
mile heats. Prize, flue set;of har ouar- ... .r..'
ness. natiVe ou Chinatown 20( days from tht I'i-tra ,.... :Maizmi-lls! Ko-a'co Bros

Running race, half mile dash. verification of the lat case of plague! ; i:.It..,IVliauc-ola.'sJ.Kiinir.oiiftli. to KOMISCOi Remember the Place ?;: E105 S. Palafox Street

Prize, Hue Caddie. i which was on June :i. Kialto 1111. Muh1r. iooril
The elephant race which is: open N;,-r i i.ViiclHnn ;111. \ ordfr
to race any fat man in E-eauibia Will;: 1'i. n Chinese uu-'lt-rtakor doing Nor "...utaNIII. >'ielseu cHI K-r Buenos

county. Prize bale hay, etc. busiiif (u Sacramento .street under the :t.> r, s EAKEI.NTI'E.. I YDURS FOR BARGAINS FROM NOW DN

Be-t l.i'Ij dancer. Prize, lady's Chinatown morgue) hail threo coiXns: > ;
lir .tliena. wu. CuCill to Jno A Merrill
.hiI'IJl"l in tl1rL'um! the lines and in
fine hammock. _, 'u __ ,. u.___ .. sm J .v Co
Second tiffi lady daucer. Prize, a 1II1jllIIICUrNII; iiu ( iiMuwiMirc 01 N.-V- SCIIoOVERS.Ani .

beautiful souvenir.I5e oral nundix-d of his Cuiiie.- brethren. I'.iimi'li. order 'I F E- HAWN : '

"t cfutlruaa dancer. Prize, They for demanded ciiliuwhen to know what us? hehad KoL't Hr ( entt-niial.''ii ;5. McLaualiiea. eld tor II. Q, pit J1e 8__
had died
no one
fine umbrella. ,
tii li.ivnl Laird..U, HsliT to Jno A
Grand display of firework: at h and not being: able t<) explain he was Mi-riitl .t l'iiAiiiKl.ii

o'clock. Don't miss seeing it ; all1 nu bbi. "r'' "' l.'l.: K. lierts. to orderBr
the latest wonders.; in with! stones aud clubs ansi) Prliiuo Frederick. 'I. "ott. eld for ODJ'p: : .iICE C -SE-I IIO-o-SE.

The management ;guarantees the he wo* ibased to hiding. It thou re Kingalon via (CuIIIHII llrnt

best of order and an agreeable and quire the ofl'i.rts of a strong forc ol Am Attllu, ol/Osti'iiliurir, to order .
pleasant time to all. l"il"t! t.) club tho riotous Chinese. into -- ----- --- ---_.-

Excursion all submission. There are about 14.000 Hi" CLSABEU AND BAlLEt KOK 1'KN- Dliferent. If
rate> on roadgood; people VDU wi-h auyti! I' .' '
for live days. Don't ini-s seeing the in Chinatown. Of this number at eACOI..A.STItAbH11K.. Sf .CII1L fiQTlGES.Of.E Mejigger-lie wanird to borrow 5:>. (.f kitch-n !lIrui-' t'!' .- -

grandest fourth of July celebration Wit 4,0/0) are )peiiuilsis and without but 1 wouldn't )lit him have .t. i| the Willis llardv> ar,. ( .
ever given i in Pen..acola.(: food except what is supplied by the \r-n. 5 Hr. 1370\ Xicbolas sd TaUe Ray Ttlluumlol1bllr; not ? lIes honest I j
.. Admission to park, 2"! cents. merchants and tho Sis comp-inies. Aid.-i' May isKHte: Br, I:.-.., XlchoNm ar at Kotterdum IM tru-t Mm with! my ljf.'. l lMoJlrsorThat's : .
--- ---- April is CJT WG1VD.XV. don't'' citi-v rstrl-h ( t ..
'1 I all\ risht. I
HELD IN A $3,000 BOND.ll1rnoIz1inm A'lrn. IJr. :2io, Brackvcbiirg. ur Table .,
Bloating after eatiujr, indirection.llatulence ; _h __ Buy ;Mch U .-. stliislss: your lif> Is Insnntl In 1:1fa- )..._.. NIiTIIfIt: ,. .
or water br-i-h may he BernicmBr.i79Hamburg April 1 III I vor. Iut wllul.1 you tru>t him witmPlLinsleIrsmmm ?0? I J s.i.; nor e'.r.o.' ,'. '
quickly corrected thro h the u--e Lawyer Charged With Caso Blant-o Br, \\ IIII"IS and Cardiff MayCi'v 3ION1JV U'O LINI. I ;; ...t:" hark K"r I-

of) PKICKLV ASH BITTERS. It Violating I'oital Liuvt.Eir.iiiNOHAM. :o -- ------.. ... .. ... ..-.--- .- ... .- 1'r'is. "..)n'.:hl.. S.--;
of moUc,' I.>r. Br, 157i\ Melburn,7j- _.
1HE4P :-'IO }:y- )n Improved real es-| ----- I by till' crew ot >BJ vt"liaars "!
strengthens digestion i clean- and'' Ala.
: J"UIlIJohn\ J. nvil KrvnuMiMHF I ( ..
regulates tne bowels. Hold by Hannah -' K \n-of Invt-rinaKl. 170i. Hull :March I1* j tate run In. obumed! In IIIIY nnltl1nt'. Very !.II.h". ,r! ItulI\\Od k Sn.. 1
Moore, a pi-ominent attorney'of this city iluddrrsni-UI. : from \V m. Flbssr.T4)NF.Y J' ;t I
Bros. Kr Lt1. Kobiiisou Great Yar- I t.un-l': .
-- -- -- -
aud chairtiiau of the Democratic tiiixiin May Ar "" 4 r_ JI
-- -- .oe city I Jfc.L,
.ki>iuor.lir. -. at south shields lirr.ln.oir. : TO LOAN' ox PKIJSUVAL'nroperly \ I \ *- _
: il.erii.ttir1a1 Canl1httes. executive: coannittce, has In'eu held to \ rir. .'1... Aniasuenou April IDX.aniimr. .u Apply to A.A. Fisher, Fisher I j 0 I .... r 5Jr I
lir,, Kubiiisou ur RotterdamApril I ISUllUlUi Plklsfox Street.TV Jiilf I r.# SHEBHAN'SIBATH
COLUMBIA S. C. June 13. ;
-Tha state the grand: jury by United State* Is r:"

camjiai; mil begin in Oniugcbarg on Commissioner Cornish in the sura of CHIP YOUVAXT 10 UtH RO.lIOEY i Qoctp.i. 'I I

Thurwlay. Thus far the candidates who $3O3O, ch' rgid with u.., ii5t: the United :urn1'...... I\r.It.1.ltt C.'ansennl I I invest mouey. Insure your property pro. j' .t9. '
Staffs Wlil.r fraudulent! purposes.Moiiru i..h1 i-i.iiiiie, Kus, l'iV>, sId Table Bay April CUrl'ftIJlrach of title buy or sell real ..,. |: J.1 HOUSE
ore rotf-imed t-eiag in the contest f r1oCO"'rnur was anxsteii about :!:I lute. rent property of nuy descripiinn have irents ')
are Frank B. Gary of Abbeville ten lap BAEEBAinerlka. collected or jour taxes .attended to, I Ir ; 1
ago on warrant; sworn out by PoatotHpp -..ll on or address TII,),. I;. III-IIU A Co.
Nor IC: Fid
Janirs A. Hamburg May I I I
of VflSCN
lluyt Greenville '
Howard Patiernou of ILirnwell Miles The Inductor J..iiiist li. 11.on.AIix, lw.sed A"H..>Klli"ed.,w N>"|.r.vw.I\t Table tfAilrd Buy"lea"",."ItHciM : 8 co Healtato!... Via. ("h.nvi'S"iul Insurance niotier-U"agents. Tt everysanoWill 1'511- t I 1I '
charge n!: >n> is on *urIC May I
L. f FOP R !
R Walt MeSwe-mcy Whitman of of Union.NrsroM Hampton. and U. the allego.1 fraudnlc'iit us-j of the mails: Bfrmui-j, Nor.. I'll.) old iieiio Leer M.'ircli March idColonibu. n ) buys Inert to hut build fr"'m a UH buu"we .will.. it-nj IIInn..ywith "d-tt |, .... 'r3 yrv t LADIES AND f.ff .

in securin jv-sses from various rail. : H.:"':;. ll svre April :.'! '- I' 'T l \t i )

H-:>joU- -Street; Cars. nrts throu;:nout the imntry in exchange Hnvre.: Nor.. it.fid T'\ l.'( ) Ie 111N'I'. e!' '' l THE BEST OF flCCOFV.: : .v;:
for hue courtesies
over the "Hir- '
nr.- old Clnrkstadt March 1j"zl".It"r.'ii
ROME. Go. Juno 12.-The iiegnvs of mingham; Xortbcru! railway" a line !, sId liamMiri April .-OH REST: are :New Knck Ware-.I! Bath 5 cents
Rome have declared an iibsmnt boycott which has its only existence in elegant M.ircella It, sld Hamburg Nov :i {1 house on Railroad street. A f'I"' '" to ; ;

on the Home stnt ra-lway.! Thw boy. stationery. ____ Tlmi. Hannub.. jliud-tf 'iI i L / ..,n I I Towels 5 cents exV.a

curt is! the result of u rule restricting:: In Annual Confrrenrc.ATLANTA n.lck.ehe: hould never l>c neglect I 1''Oil RKXf-:New rlvroom eottat' one Jake--Wot Is Ire Iu di ls. do ye fink, ,
ed. It ni< kLl:11'di t1rt.It'r block!;; from par Inn-, faolnz MAlaaa'iUare
them to the three rear Sat: All the -an-;> -
Juno Dill (2.irtier Fl riii.i II! .
13.-Secretaries of the :Xew I'ity. Anplv tu LawrenceHowe '> in' i '
negro unnistTs! in the dty have lriedtLeir which. if allowed tn run too long, .
a< I
repfctive docks not to ride on thee I&pti.i state mission i b unl.<, reprtent may result in llright's die.-ie, diaIj'te onera hou-.e buil'l'ne. Imlw Kill'Ili.ut; fi-u years by dc looks. :gl)55a, flli" t5Ol'h fI"", I .' .

cars. jug all .Mjutheru :states are in annual "r other serious ant often fa- I 1"It RENT-i liree tll.r"'h..,; (leills 'SUiti i I New"ork. -EvenIng. -- --- I Liup.I .
_-- --_- fonf-rpiicc lieie. Sevonil important uil I einij>!:iins. "'(ij.KY'K; KIUXKYCritEinake I nhl for ligiit; h'lIh"k.pllllt; 29! Wt'"t I
Drank WhI-ky and Died. I helinunt street in'Hf ; La;;tfalll sprained: my Ie' I I'p
niatt'Ti are coining: fur consideration. the kidneys well. 'Fakenotola I
up J i .. while
I ----- handling some heavy l hIlXf'.
AT"'T.Juuo 11-Herbert Spitz among iLeiu the twentieth century ,.; ele.V.. A. : U/atsoi 8
j-\It'Ulbene'j FOIL eo.\.l.I ;. The doctor I called on said u* lir-t Tf)8S. Q ) c

the 3-yoar-oU of Mr! E. Spitz, is movement ansi tho question of adding ..--.-...-.. -,... ---.- ---.-- it was a flight; strain and would -',"" ,
.It'all from drinking; u quantity of whisky.The to the poiimlmtions to bath missiouj I | "UR SAI.E-A ...list hand n.nihinatlon be well!!, but it grew worse, M.d the i
educational iusututious. I 1 iron safe; api y lo Ju.\VuiterTati'. doctor I lieu said I had rht-nnuM-in.I I IIt } EAL :ESTATE.
young boy went to sloop immediately --- -- "Get the Best !P' lij.11I i
after drinking! the intoxicant and Moan Lands Winner.. cmitinu'-d to grow worfind I : Rental and Insurance
waking in the afternoon ho thrown '01 I! t4ALF-lt.ri.t..r.s1 l..r-f w.r'J ;,
LONDON Satin 12.-Tho Ascot stakes 1ton yuo"jt".H.l 'l'l.h'! M, 7II i I South Infer- i i WPIH to a druu; .stor. and tindniz- !
into iu .
touvuhii.usdying f'arfullOuy.: CHOICEST stree on \VttticU's nluirf. I .ft AGENT;:
--- .. ---- was won by Lord Carnarvon's bay colt --- I jI \K\it\ rfcominndwl to try Ctain-: j I ,

1f'ldalorl! Indignant.lUt.r.icn Fialdur by Sheen out of Sninliine.; ridden till 'i( '.\IE-A cu'i l ...i/t-d grern-hoj. for .!ibcrlaiu'P.iin; Jahi.! I ICit'ellt and I I Corner Harden and l'al..ioo; x -

June 12.: -Members of t-j! by 1\ Sloan.: Lord Durham's 0,;. Refrigerator fresh Keats I --l\teen dollars>nieen pt'.h T HH. i j one-half; of a ,10-cf'if hotl'.i r>-d l ii"HiitiMy. :
Loch wa.s second and Lord Uoiobery'.s MeMillaii.: Itni'f I I now reco'r.niond it to all! I }'};='!'.\I OLA FLA.WefurnUliyoubcIf.w .
lejrislatnro. have received: circulars! froma Tom Cnugle was! third. Eleven horses my friends.-F. A, I:"II'flllbit.-,
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bonk ]hihitig house marked private ran. Sausage, All Kinds, 1\R' HALK-Tlie, street.Riser Apply re'iJnce to It on f Kn-t L. 1 Pa. It ifor !sale by liaiitiah Rn','., i a i
aud confidential them I'aniPlI A ..nt. Intf :!l ,H. Palafox itrett.i' : .mrithle deilin.s. !'ichUI' ..,'!
otforing; preferred Killed Ilk :\Iotlll'r. I i iI I Ily (':tan II" only:
stock in the company at spurml nitos. iv! =HAMS,= ) i I : > II I I ,,,. \V'e. .
I'OK SALE-The nit r "eirnl> I 'H In = 111. t Cervantes HreelS .
The im-mU-rs are indignant this. DARLINGTON-, S. C., June 12.-A white I1 .. I' .
very ttt the cry on ea-y l rms. t y thehi hrr Ii : "I nn.!
NrITH: ElI the I
boy, whoso name could not lw learned -0.- I heal Estate: Agen..y.OfI, Miutii Pulnfoistreet. .' V ers nor p'nnlen-CHDtwin.", Hf CWn-,II."I1Ih .. No. 117. North String Street.tory. ; .
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IJl'lInl'tttlt'Rllltl .urltJt'! I l"nlni $" '"'
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killed his mother a few days no for her V leniii-hip I.ti'knrowill : :>1n.:)''i. Wet C'hasektrt.7roonii>
:3A\'ASSAII.JuUt 1 J.-George I>nuett, pension which she had: just drawn. I' byltecrnl I. |,<..-ft.i>eL Ueotscontracted f If'II.
w. L MN & n ,1 t'O1I'IflN.t'1'I J) .
a white man attempted suicide by cutting about S12. ( ______ ..____..__._ ___.h....... ...... J.sE .L. LAltaiD \.; s.l'rn.acola stOry No.,14101.I 41't: North. Ileus Itrei-t. n
---- Lumber i II. tbitHt
I No.; i's." West ,
las throat from ear to WIT with a Struck by Lightning. TjoftKKKKl'EU and 'ofr.Dhcr a Csnigni.-s-s. HiltNKI Wright ilrwt
: I ) s'ren position lunir firm < razor. Bennett} has been regarded as VILLA RK-A, Ga., June 12.-While Wholesale! and; Retail j ", truei. Keftrtncuen.. K. T. J. .. :' I : fllKl: : i
out of his! mmi.l for tome time. His :!j .' lli..cslllftl'"Ih'f'.. ,1 1tory.. $IS.'ls.Ni.l'sI. .
M recovery standing; in the road talkinsr: lightning I _e--, ..ii.c' nor I-IIII:.z'ir. .f Cin r -, Welt Ii.imont.tre't.. 1 i
doubtful. ,
BUICHEiiSAHOCREEXGBQCEHS.Wrijht I Sslopta "iil IIH poi.-iiU tlr 'Iflr\'. $I.r I.I .
-- i struck Ambro< \ Cnrnes and Wiley RoN W A."i/'J'J.r./ Ii debts ooulruL-lnl by tm crew V | No. 217 Ka't GoernineoIntory. .tr..1.
Train UI"palt'hl.'l'Ill'l't.: er'son, killing Curu,':!. Koborson cannot I i i i of said Tvssrl.I 112 I ",.
Corner ll* street I ;Z; ; I I I ( his. il.SiZtu's'1. No.Ii"lS"rLh 1'\
ATLANtA, June U.-The Train Dispatcher recover. -_ IHcmm| | laoce I.yae i 1JIUVATK isn\ii'lM. at past int.n- ;':I, W. S. Keyser: ft I.s I aptam. I ktury.'lb.iin.No. .
: tr>-Ht .5 r. )j. K. l 1'1.111'1. ."dm < {'' ...' I .
Association (America is in Invest li5.itliii I Ordprfd. 'n.'i/n. I'jll. I4'i.: Pest Intendencia itr t i
nrTilI. No ill En,t Intendenoa Mreet.i 1 htory. INo. <..
annual !CI. ion here with 200 delegates: AIM VTA. Juno 12.-At the meeting of tiftlL. Phoue :!:!t. I Imm | CITKATloV- isa ..!'I.! -.n.r"ph..r bv a I I =-J'rhJoI:: '. lh. -"pnun. owner IKi-4. K..".t (.'hd..n -' '
in Ii i O young lady. AdJifsOtKccure HAILY ; ,; 'wr csn.I.n-... -ir tne Ui.t: dwelling! 4 rrxinn. I .torv. IT ''
attendance. The convention was time police' board a committee was appointed .__. ___ __n___ __ 1' called to order at 10 o'clock. G.>"eruorCanlIl'r I 1,1,,!.. fur dobts C"lItn'ch.tby ktory $ '9..01).
: to investigate the workings of j M/ANTKli-.Ait ....l.u 01 ..-. iilf quart T
.welcoming the jI the crew of laid Vessel | :0.0. 4H.h"a>t Intendencia vr.- '
Georgia.Mud.inte. : to the i>olice department.) The. appointment I > V whisky bottt l. B. A. KBIE.-JMAH. I j V,. :x > .. n.v 1 story. ill,'.
__ of tho committee ,! aorstf5TASTK1 W. L Wilt If" Co. ( "I.a.n.: No. ;il7. North Barcelona MM.. t
was especially ,. ... .
i ti VV :It 2story.1.SJb.No.
AuguMa Lehman Dead. for the piryoso of looking into charges \% -Olil bmr 1.5.5.E0.S.. V 1!"West. Wright .tr.-"t. '
SANTA Ctl'Z.It'I.., Jan 13.: -Madame against the chief. i-r K'oi __ ''' story i>nn.No. .
------ -- 117, North 7th 'tenus1'' "' "
AUKU.SU L' '\' JU 111-; ( ct I J- "! LQ. r n>
lmltr.. ones a of inter eo. *
singer Xorlb CQI'QII"i\ flankers.GaEE'SROO. .. .
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tuition il repatation is dead in this N. C., June 12.-The Mi-:,. \i<'ii-.Ni:: I h.;,- ft 'lio-lot ofdHinplei. io 1 rf story ";t>.Ka't \\nit! slrr. t a
,, . : ii lallat '.l.-.t:
city. aged SO years. Shi' was a nativeof fourth annual convention of the North -tr-"IItIl Germany nid iiuuo to this ; tV 'f Ibscite, hoC w .i! >, -
with country Carolina Bankers' association: is to beheld \i\ i nllliiK at C! e uRic. .
Ujsa.lileuclicrs . .
: (; OcU""-
..-- hero Thursday' aud Friday of this kT n' .. ...__....._ ____.... .
Form Comlilnr.I week. "\ n '' I'I I : ku ni It\ f- !!Iluta''tlr..r 1yspsaDi.cs !! C fe
-- .. -- _; 1 hnd 'It-Hinr: m.ll.'iir <>o .ls. Hi.t- -.i", :
/"Wf)s. Juno J2. A Thos
couiUnario entiUtil 'Irs. llarOilt-tt',3JV. Uoviriimeuti
Pain-Killer internal Pebley
as in remedy,
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the United Bleachers! association hlilll') equal. In c-ies: of .-summercotnpl : what you za'tt.

ilimitid) lia' Ixx-n: rf::i.-ten-d with cap .lints UiarrlMiM dyseiitety it S ; U S;.\ 't'tt"I.. !t o1t-y; : .._, .t 1.. :v ;'IL:.': .
ital of i-.i.OG.XO'W.: Thnmo-t cures quickly.: : l"-ed linitnent .. .nn_____._.,__..........____.., .ATTRNEYT- V
important a a .. Naua: ; ii : .;': j':;.:. 4 CI.d ';'. .t-
: \:.n' KKM: ir: v.'H'Ol.. NW
bioachmg: Crms in the country have its action I.. like magic i vhen applied .\I.\. r ,"rt'-t"nd 1'\;,'In, Ur.-.. tiucin.v' !.in.: txi-iii-uil: (dij.'fe::t.'C'.!- .
joined the uew i>r;:.!uzaioi. to bi'd ':ores. btitiietlJ.s; and }..trl'h furni.."te: '>r nu' J. H. .".. Il1. cans: il h i.L.. !.iitidscourcHil.'r'. '.:- \

sprains. For the ick aid iii-H.. ; |ncip.ii. .Xi,:!Iit. term_. begins ').et 10. autand tonic. 2'o otntr: jrc-jL-ji. acm REAL= ESTATEKntS AC :. I.-
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Joi- \\'f'IIIIIJ. mer'I l !.1.1..r.! '. '!'ort. it I* a r.iin-IvilJt-'r.: Avoid (1 .i' I1..tVIlt-. tautly rsiievMaui jcnaan1ciu: -> S-'t' r".1 ,
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: h. lt--t in Kvrnt.'iiii.;; :a w-- ... ......., itc.e.: /11..1 I -
}::s' I m.mad'imeit'r'et.. ;.III"\iI"\: s-urt-ststutp there! i* but oro 1'atn- Driijr! *. Vhi.nnt-il8.! Kl.ov/rus n-i"l .1.,1 J'I1H.-. lyspepsn. :, 1ndi'e': ion, II..::.:: ''urn iI "'h" J..
t" hi t'rierd that ',1. iII; 11..1.| ";.-,' Ivillt-r, IVir.-' Davis1. Price :::3e. and ( 1-j I"r n' f!"''!.-i". III d"r..1 fikr culi.?iieVioietto ;'. aiulenro, Sour Sioraark< ...'.a.n.; '

hi. *_ lik'Tit'"t11..l lv-- ;)J W. T. Green & Co., 1-H; I"n.. :. .'. Murvuo, ;;. ; \Vt5t Or--'rv dim ,, JS.lleaiaehe.: : Gastral-- Crar:*- '.!:d a bu.. ".utl Buil'lll.7 UUII.IU'If,.'UfJ-. !

h< .i.'". II' <1 ii* ro.iJy to fill all! i nei- ------ all other resullNtfiniri-r.'tct'1'ire-t!! ; ...n.
for line c'.e.uiini! You can ', :;:7 :*. PalaCClx.Imnmoc7.sin ---: --- ---- l'rCf5OC.1)1; : : !1. Ltirr'i..: !ConUins2iit'r.ze -->
clothing: rej-ai:*, ; i i .f fll'{ money by :: -1u" 1'1' ".' 1'lItI'I'al. to less! C n ; -
etc. iinilin: "..,..r_ _'_ ,_ V. ... ->: H..,,-a. i' -:.iti.vps; -. .: '.3'': <:4 oy
: see in g.Warnion o* Fil}(':,. before "' ..rt-.ern.tyE. De'.Virf cCO. C'r--$*
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