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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, 1902
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular


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

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VOL 37. PEN8ACOLA FLORIDA. FRIDAY AFTERNOON JUNE 13.1902 NO 21 "- l'1 ii j.3fKE j.j

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William Simpson Is Shot by Only One Succeeded In Mak-

Willis i igjers.i ing His Escape. ,
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s; RESULT OF AN OLD FEUD SURVIVOR'S THRILLING STORY Special to The News.Washington P. B. Diarzoui. : '
French-Thos. w
June 13.Within the I '
S''r ; June 13 -The crisisof 9altmarsll I
Spanish-C. Franklin f fZeek.
w :.i-w plan for1sE'ttle-] | Atlanta Is Scene of an Early Morning Suffered Many Privations Before Being the Cuban reciprocity fight was .
-trike will ba sub- Tragedy-Biggers Claims That He Rescued-Dutch Bark Reported carried to the last ditch this morning Lower
.. Middle Class: : '
Shot Simpson In Self Defense-Sur, Abandoned at Sea, Most of Her i when a conciliation committee
...ners to the mine Kath-leen Mallory Thus 11'. Saltmatah II

Special to'theNsws.London! rendered to Police. .Crew Being Drowned. consisting of three senators representing c. F. Zet'k, D&gmar O. Holmes. '
> :with"taading the
.3 June 13.-Lord Mayor Atlanta June t:.William H. Simn. Victoria B. C.. June 12.-According the administration and three Greek-Thos, 1V.laltmarsh. Mathmatic ,,-
: c presidents of the sun, a mail carrier living 490 to advices senators for the beet sugar insur- ?
Chamberlain today proceeded in at Crew received by the steamer -Darmar O. Holmes, C. FI _
id- that uo couces- street was shot and killed this mom- ..Acrangi a Malayan sailor recently arrived gents; met to see if compromise legis- Kath-Ieen W.
Mallory, Thos.
If "it>. the impression state to Buckingham Palace and ing shortly after 7 o'clock! by WillisH. at Port Darwin and reportedthat ion could be reached. I I I English Dagmu O. j.Ztek j.Ji Jialtmarsh.

presented King Edward with an address Higgcrs. a n'-!ghbor. H. 1 I. Sterne, he was the only survivor of acrew The administration the
:' .ruin quarters that Biggers' brother law, was present of 10 men of a Malay trading! I Holllle Thoill. W. Saltmarsh, C. F.

'A' .' forced to reconsid- of congratulation on securing The shooting occurred in a deep cut in I schooner which had been wrecked off fight at a disadvantage through the Zeek, Kathleen \Iallory. History- ";:

peace. The King in replying to the Crew street just in the rear of the Cape Wilberforce, North Australia.; revelation that General Wood, Dagmar O. Holmes, C. F. leek, Pac
I ':i, owning to theluminous Jewish The crew was attacked by blacks and ) while military of Cuba had
Orphans' home. governor ,
address said the Boers were now all but Eagan, Kathleen :Iallory. EDg- J
one murdered. The survivor
f field which Bigger and Sterne claim that the Contributed several thousand dollars
Great Britian's friends. He praisedthe suffered) severe privations before being lisp Hlstory-Thos. W. 5altmarah. i.
'OJ IL rte and will seriously shooting was done in self-defense. The l rest'ued. for literature to be distributed
valor of the Boers and rejoiced men had been enemies for some tim?. Mallory, Dagmar '
The Dutch bark Geertrulda in the 1
Gerards fight being made in behalf of
,. of
i 'rill" Simpson O. Holmes,P. B.l\Il\rzoni. Physics
having circulated
a petition which left Java. March 22
in ballast
that peace: has been won at last reciprocity.The .
':;ember of theCivic through the neighborhood asking thatthey : for Newcastle was thrown on her C. F. Zeek, Dagmar O. Holmes, r

be compelled to move from the beam ends and abandoned at sea by situation is embarrasing from Kathleen Mallory.
} 1t mi I today the schemer
CONTEST FOR A neighborhood charging that they were all but three of her crew, who were political standpoint, but President Junior Class: Latin-Henry 1\[. I
;,a .y ;,ew lines and lias running a disorderly house. The case rescued by the steamer St. Mary. The Roosevelt is determined to fight his
was taken into the recorder's court remainder of the crew has not been White. English-Henry M. White.
i with any previous $15 LADY'S HAT but vas dismissed because the chargeswere hard of since. way through.SOLDIERSARMED'. Mathematics -Bessie D. D'Alem

1 r: ".t-d that a leading not proven. The steam colliers Dunmore and harts, Raymond N. Zeek, Hays M. 1Fernald
-- Biggers and Sterne met Simpson on Kello collided off Sydney and the fatter .
,'w proposition is the I M. White. Hlsto
t The Pensacola: Athletic Club will Crew street this morning, and, so they sank. The crew was saved.

.i new commission say demanded an explanation from The Loyalty i islands were swept by ry-Judson W. Clements.
.. of 15 hat from Falk'sMillinery
give a prize a f AGAINST STRIKERS
him. They assert that he fired at thee a dlaashoua cyclone during April aiii Preparatory Class: History-Hay !
: .tJ president. This (Htore to the lady who sells first and that Biggers killed him in many buildings destroyed including a
M. 'ernald
Clarence 11.
'1. :.eed the consent the greatest number of tickets for self-defense. There were no eye wit convent, tw temples and a churchat -- ---- .. __Dl.nnelly._
Nathlo. !Special! to the New,
.'. -ther the opera- their bay excursion andhop: Friday several STORM WARNING.Wa9hington. .
, persons saw the remainder of the Many plantations were ruined and Pawtucket, R. I., June 13.-Nearly
June 2+). Ladies who wish to enter
shots fired. Bipgers had a bullet hole Copra
:' e new move, is crop were completely destroy
2,000 soldiers each armed with fif
the contest mast file their names by through his oat sleeve which, he ed. A number of marine disasters also June 13.-Advisory

Monday at Falk's or notify Dr. Edmund claims was made by Simpson's: shot. occurred. At Mareton Brittain island, teen rounds of ball: cartridges hold )1):20 a. m. Disturbance short dl- ,

Immediately after the shooting occurred almost auras residence was damaged down this city today. The street car farce northwest of Cuba apparently I .
Hall who will them
supply t
. STEALS FOR Riggers walked up Crew street. Severe earthquake shocks were aliI! i traffic is entirely stopped and at the increasing in 'n..y. Strong north I
with ticket for a little distance and then met Officer
-- -- ----- Philhps. surrendering to him. PoP felt.Th<>re were sixteen cases of plague | first renewal of rioting, which has to northeast windy probable today ,.
and tonight along Florida coast and
I H A WOMAN claimed self-defense. Sterne went i in Sydney when the Acrangi left. A already resulted in one serious;
east Gulf of Mexico.
back to his home where he was arrested number of the animals in the zoo ware shooting affray, the troops have FRANKENFIELD. 'I :
later by Officers llollis and stricken with the disease.
r ae News.N. FILED TO-DA r Norman. orders to shoot to kill.

.%' Irk, June IS.: Chas. S. Simpson was hurriedly taken to the The streets are crowded with angry TODAY'S MARKET REPORT : I.
Grady hospital where he died about OLD LOVE
c- wno has: been secretary and I 10 o'clock. muttering people despite the anti- BY PFNSACOLASTOCKFXCIIANGE +
The last will and testament! of the riot which 1
'rm .if the American District : ,, proclamation Governor East Government Street. j,
late Mrs. Dora Bauer was filed with Kimball issued the crowdsto
j, i'o. for the past ten year, ordering

I..41 d today on the charge of County Judge McCullagh this morn !I BIG FIRE ATWHEELING REKINDLED :I disperse. Many of the men are 8TOCK I'
Open. High. Low Close.
I e: _. tween sixteen and seven- ing by relatives. armed and it needs but a spark to Sugar..127li 1xJ3d 1272! 129 e t
W. VAHpi'clftl fl
This instrument was properly filled precipitate the fiercest battle. Atch...81 IHi8 bl 81!f '
iud dollars of the com- ,
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Special to The' New ------- u. G 3tFa 3\11.\ 31F. 3918
I.W i- out, the executors named and every I --- I Hi ......1513.. 15214 15H.i J 1234 '
thing in shape for final probate: Montgomery, Ala., June 12.-After a..CLASSICAL SCHOOL L. &; N..I:*, 13S l(71: 137L, t
.:. m the case H said to to Tbe News' i "
separation of six years John I). Foster 1.0.P.IU:11': IO12 102rg l.l( f "

ter connected with th.tvler e Lay the dust. You can uy I Wheeling, V.Va.. .. June 12.-One of and Mrs. Lizzie Foster became convinced 1 Man .1)3. 1313. 13014 1311. '
-:. made a full con the largest fires in I CLOSING EXERCISEr Nt.PauL1701.1 17214 17034 172l.
Wheeling's f
that the differences which hid
the Willis ..
hose Penn .11!
garden tat 15013 HIP';
,'uilt, He is a widow this morning burned the 15o's r
of th
plant 9
them into ....
brought the divorce court H. P. 6t3. 65'8 6t3\ 65tU g
..1e.: Hardware Co's. Exley-Watkins Catsup and Preserve -- b
p. .IO-H 8 10514 l.l(
to long ago and which had kept them 8 1051. :
t company, the Wheeling Mattress I T. C. I..
company than hundred Gals 61 6lt.: 6-l
apart ever since should no longer a of the pupils, .1
and the Acme Box company. The C. F. I.. 9914 !r.7. 974! 9ya f fNEW
--___________ --------1 f 1J loss will reach $150.Out, partially coy 51 cause their paths ia life to deviate patrons and friends of the Pensacola .
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i erect by Insurance. Acting upon this they repaired to the Classical School assembled at Library YOHK COTTON

I j Three buildings located at Nine- office of Justice W. C. Fuller and were Open Hizh: Low. Close "
V Great Clearance Sale 'i t !teenth and Eoff streets were burned/ remarried. hall this morning to witness July .... .871 Hlj2 Ail 88tAugust "t'
? the closing exercises, which were ..SZ5l! ) b-J5 817 861
along with 5Ot)0 feet of lumber, two Behind this marriage is concealed a Sept .. ...bl1>> b2tl bit R2) ,
( 101 box cars and several stables and build romance at once pretty and Interest very sImple and unostentatious: in i I Oct ......8UI 806 i9J 805 'r/

'- r: ;)? ings. The fire was discovered by a ing. When the couple were divorcedthe keeping with the modest beginnings -
policeman at 4 o'clock this two children then near 4
: ) morning: years which CIIICAGO-WIIF.\T.
promise so much future fame
1\' and the pressers plant was then burning of age each, were given into the custody Oppn. Hizh Low Close. r
t: fiercely. The entire fire department of firs Foster. Since that time I I for this excellent institution. July... 1238 72a 7218 72sa

Shirts, ShirtVaists, Wrappers I responded and the walls soon the mother has kept the children in i The proceedings began with a dept .... 701. 71H 70lol' 7oi

fell with a wash, but luckily no one school, the father, who I is employed asa I brief but most excellent and CORY ,

?'nnd Children's Suits* .' ; was hurt. coppersmith ia 0,'3 of the railroad, appropriate Open High. I./w. Cloe.! i
!. The fire WM stubborn and could not I shops Montgomery, has kl'pt" address to the "students' and July... 6.11.i 63'2: 6:11.: Sate

; I be checked. watchful eye over them. patrons of the school by Hon. Jno.J. kept .... 58x! 5S 8 6333 68Ji

The loss It divided the following Some time since he became convinced
IN SUIT DEPARTMENT, 'i among Avery which was liberally ap
j\ firms: Exley, Watkins & Co., that in view of the fact that he was NAVAL STORES MAItHl.T

$75,000; Acme Box company, $50,000: earning a good salary it was his dutyto plauded. Then followed the awarding (ported Dally- ;; The Nerve

7th ; and the mattress plant $25,000. do his share by the young ones by Mr. C. F. Zeek, of two prizeswon by
Saturday June ; Union ;Natal Story Co.r .
rimencing About 500 persons have been thrownout To this end he sought his divorcedwife by Mr. Thos. \V. Baltmarsh fo ,

I' of employment. No cause for the and together they talked of the best essay, "The Development of &OSIIl. .

: fire has ben ascertained children's future. These conferences | WW _'n n''' .. 5-1 a5 H..uo ..,---...., ee f
o-.A..T-o Parliamentary Government in Eng we .. :I ti U ..... ,
I resulted in the rekindling of the old I S_'uuu....,., 'u .....". I JtJ F ..h'.. .u. .... I 1 as.J .
Republican Effect Compromise flame of love. Past differences were i I lish"-a copy of Green's English Ii _,,,. ..,h, .. ", :l i I!: h.'u.U...... 1 :?J
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STORE. I Cleveland. June 12.-The Leader today forgotten in the plans for the future History and byIiS3 G. ,h ,_ :J
THE BIG : : ; ; Mary Lu. uu hu" :! (" .t below...,.. I :!S
I prints the following special from and they decided to remarry. Frater, for best essay, "Tennyson's tlIRITeTIIIrR+Ttao-i)._
jl Hot Springs, Va.: A compromise has; ----
been arrived at between Congressman Woman"-a copy of Shakespeare'sworks. :; : For Over Sixty Year. f fMRs.

. .. ... $4.00 i Burton and several who AGED MOTHER WIflLOW'S! HooTBIfG tlygCp III/ jJ t
s; 'i t, .ed :Skirts . .. .. ... $5.00, now i' Republicans : been oiled for over silt' years b1 mlll10lu of
-aats' ;. Plain. ..... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .$3.50, now |2.50 \ went from this city to try to heir q In a weh-worded and eloquent mother for their children while teetblnl. 'J lt'

''ft- Embroidered. .... ... .. ..... ... .. .. ..$6.00, now $5.00 about peace in the matter of the proposed SLAIN BY SON I speech Mr. Pat Eagan, on behalf of 10lleDI with perfect tbe gomlaUa'l IDccen. H all loot child wln4 ? (

"- Embroidered ... .. .. .. .. . .. . ..$5 00, now $4 00 j withdrawal of Congressman Burton colic It will and relieve ts the the belt remedy little for IHarrboe.. r
his fellow pupils, presented to Mr. poor loiterer 1m.medlatel7.
.. .... .. .. 50 $oj 00 j jt as a candidate for re-election to Mold by DroUlltaln
,T- Embroidered ... ...... .. $6 now ; even Dart i
Embroidered. ... .. ..... .. .. .. .. .... .$3.00now$2.75 f congress from this district because of Halcott Anderson, whose connec of Besire the world.yoo alt Twent.flve for toM rI.Wlnllow'l cents a 8OOtll-boUle. H j '

't... Embroidered.. .... .... .... .... .... ....$1 snow $1.25 i! alleged petty bosses and bosslm. The Special to The! Newt. tion with the school ends with this ng tlyrup,"and tate no other_tlod.L t
compromise reached is that there shallbe I Roanoke :
Va.. June 12.-Details hare
vr All Woolen Skirts 25 per cent ofl. a Burton committee as well as a term, a beautiful gold-headed cane. is tbe latest! :
reached here of a tragedy in the moue< L La N Hee ,
general Republican committee, and Mr. Anderson's response was a r orilla L. Bear &; Co' i r'
WAISTS. ; tarns of Franklin county which terminated advertisement fn I 1 I' .
i that the Burton committee shall have model of modest and sincere another
appre i
in the death of an aged widow :
\ charge of the fall campaign.
\\'al"t", ills and $1.75 kind to close for ... ... ...$1.00' each Mrs. Drusilla Moore.It ciation. ; :
It i 00 and $1.25 Waists, to close for. .. .... .... .. .. 85c each \ )j Progress on Itleh Cable Line. is claimed that she was murder Prof. Armstrong, with a brief preface Ball Bearing keen euE ; at

Waists, 75c kind for...... ... ..... ........... SOc each 1 l Victoria. B. C.. June 12.-C. C. Reynolds ed by her son. John Moore an allfil4d giving the history and progress ring Lawn .Alowers, at the U Ii i I

Waists, 6)ckind for.... ...... ... .... .... .... ..... 45c each \ president of the cable board moonshiner. Willis Hardware Co's. ,

Calico Waists... ...... ..... .... ... ... .... .... .. 19c each \ )j which has charge of the constructionof Moore went to his mother's home of the enterprise, read the award of .
)? the all-British cable from Bamfleld and accused her of trying to get his I distinctions in the different classes ICE CULD WATERJfELONSAT 4

CARPET DEPARTMENT. ii i creek on the west coast of Vancouver wife to leave him. After some words to those pupils whose records showa THE GARllELD ICE CO'S I 'Jt
he struck hit mother la the face with !
Heavy China Mattings... .... ... .. .. .... ....25 to 35c laid ( j island to Australia and New Zealand her grading of 9+) per cent or upwards, Do ytn want a
a glass dish and then beat over magnificent watch :
Remnant MattingMliam .... .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. ..... lOc yard j 1 has opened the the Virginia Three and Spurs Norfolk whichconnect islands the head with a chair fracturiig her as follows: for little money? If ilO, call on J'', 'I
the I
( ) skull and her Stephens, Jeweler. He will accommodate 1
a distance of 1.000 miles, Norfolk breaking Upper Middle Class: Latin-Peter- 1011. l'i
island and Queensland 850 mil'"s. She died from the Injuries Boon af B. Marzoni ; >
son Mary G. Frater. i
Norfolk Island to New Zea: ter. Mrs. Moore was 65 yean of &C9.
( loljtujott & Son. 1 and land.from 750 miles. Mr. Reynolds says -.-- Greek-P. B. Marzoni. EnglishT -p. Crab nets and /lskinJ f t

J the cable will be completed early In ICE-COLD WATERMELONS A B. Marzoni and Mary G. Frater.Mathematics tackle to suit everybody, at fi

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...;... .. THE GARFIELD ICE CO'S. -Mary Frater and the Willis Hardware Co'
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i 6-..,=- GOLD- DUST. I BOER SURRENDERS. | AFFAIRS'Klfauea! IN HAWAIIAN Threaten\ ISLANDS.Outbreak.I i'I' AN OLD:E ]::: able Will transform nature sour the the into most sweetest a even cross disposition tempered-graltM ?sail and:y.

{ '''LC11hc GOLD DUST twins do )oar> work. In A'l: 10,255 Burghers Have Given Up > Volcano irritable Individual.

Their Arrrs. i j Earthquakes In Honekaa District I I If impatience fault-fin 'ir.t

1 1ty I Pretoria Wednesday, Jute 11.-In' Honolulu. June 4, via VictorIa B. C.. SORE:::: : ; ever excusable it is when the v v are IS

il! 10.255 Boers have surrendered up June 12.-Th* transport Solace armed tortured by an eating and pamfu 't

'C tate. Many are youtgEters of 11 here on June 1 from San Francisco I It is truly discouraging to r' '(!;
rats of age and upward. The majority with a case of scarlet fever on board months of diligent and faithful use of external remedies that u. t. die

cf them are under 30, though and was at once put into quarantine remains as defiant, angry and offensive as ever Every chron; 'I:

I! come tf the turgbers who have brie matter on what part of the body it comes, is an evidence of some m,.
0/ She will coal here and leave for the I
:.._:..utd are pertapfLflriaES. Reports I constitutional or organic trouble, and that the dregs of these! ,to

:::m all districts Fay that the burghs f"LUCIiY"- Philippines at once. Commis-1 remain in the system; or, it may be that Some long hidden poison u ,..,a

:s .. inmaslEg'; fnVndly. The only United States Agricultural : Cancer-has come to the surface and begun its destructive work

";.iternefs out n able among the leading sioner Jared Smith has just returned The blood must purified before the sore will fill up with htait J

Doers here is against France and from a trip through the island of Ha- and the skin regains its natural color. It is

wall. He reports conditions there! favorable through the circulation that the acrid, corroding
G-rm&'y. Thy declare tbe war was
Cttrf.ftpd to the small farmers who havehomes fluids are carried to the sore or ulcer and keep it
pi uiiLfcc-sianly owing to
in the islands under the Hawaiian irritated' and inflamed. S. S. S. will purify and
Don't plod! alore We your pa.dr--.h. r d.d: be'or hope held out by the French ani

)011. tcounnt and scrubbing. berjiuf and ruttU'.. Gamer jitfrg.! Some of the Boers are : land laws. invigorate the stagnant blood when all sediment or

The latest news from the volcaoo other hurtful materials are washed out fresh rich blood is came '.
so ircfEMd that they have expressed Is often the name given by careless and f.e
GOLD DUST ,,j th"hopes thiv they will fight on the thoughtless people to those who are care- I Kilauea Hawaii, indicates an out- diseased parts, new tissues form and the decaying flesh begins to <. r a

I : I ful and thoughtful "What a lucky break. On Sunday June 1, there wcie healthy and natural look ; the discharge ceases and the sore heal ,.
irke Housework easy. It clears! t\tntn'T: zed i i sic!" cf the British ascng these pow- ,
injures noitung. More economical than soep. i i isrs. woman," is said of one whose health and I I two explosions observed. Red ash..s. Several yean ago my wire bad a e- S. S. S. is the only blood t t. tr
beauty proclaim her free from womanly and thrown The treated by the is guaranteed tnhrt\! ,
sulphur were |I leg and
k gas up. sere lore wa ejt.
}; ltade only ty THE N. K FAIREANK! CCVPANY. 'p :.:.'rl friction between diseases. The luck often consists in her table. It builds
beat physicians but received no benefit. up the L
Chlcato. New York. Boston. SL Lo. s. cloud of smoke from the volcano was < '111
th ":ntntier.-d; Boers and their former having thoughtfully considered the mer- Our druggist adviaed her to try S. B. 8., tones the
I up general sv"ti ,
Maters of OVAL FAIRY SOAP. r.
than usual Severe
larger c
is ron.riJf-F; cf the national scoots its of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescriptionand j earthquakeshave I j I which she did. Fourteen bottles cured other medicine does. !If .
been felt in Honekaa district her and she hai been well ver iince. v Iflie
has .ft materialized: to extent.T' proved its ability to cure the diseases a i;
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a sore (\f. ,
St. -
J. HAROLD 22 Canal ,
her i considerable ;tr
peculiar to sex. [ distance from the solve i
ESTILL WANTS RECOUNT iceiF admit they receued awmu I I Cohoel. N. Y. the advice of
is reliable cxpenetstilled
"Fa\onte trough Portuguese territoryIKON : medicine for Prescription"the cure of womanly a dis no. Many take Honolulu people Hawaii are preparing -I physicians for which no charge is made. Book on Blood rio' 'aa
to steamers to to
Savannah Man Claims That Irregolantiet eases. It establishes regularity dries I t I Diseases free. THE SWIFT ..SPECIFICthat CO.. Atlanta, Ga.
t i iI
: AND STEEL inflammationand witness the expected outbreak
Occurred In Primary. MARKET. weakening drains, heals -
t I The bank of Hawaii has agreed to -
ulceration and cures female weak
1 t Atlanta. June 12.-Colonel John H. Larked Tact. SCHOOL Sl' 'l'LIlS:
Eetill of Savannah, with Hon. Iron AQC Reviews Present Conditions. ness. I come to the rescue of the government
who iell-He wrote a lovely poem to Ma- --
r .
"I had poor health for nine years, write*Mrs.Anmntte in the present financial difficulties.
r Dupont Guerry of Bibb was defcatfl Reports Considerable Importation. Watkins of Acme, Kanawha Co, W Lei. At C, V. Thonipwm't ijO Foarh
Va "Had female weakness was irregular The bank will advance lluO.dOO;; to h'p!
Nt-v. June
York. 12.-From mtid
4 for the Democratic nomination for west and would suffer untold misery. Our familydoctor Ielle-I know, but she got and

e' governor in the primary of June v. hast come reports of some buying of foundry lid not do me any good and I concludedto the territorial treasury lay its \\'!\:- tore it tip. ,. Besides the standard

!1 filed with Chairman K. T. Brown of iron for 1 13> rieli\ery. but on the that write I would to YOU.ever When get well I wrote but when I had your no letter idea 'rants taking treasury notes as Security. Nt-lI-The i idea: Why? .:-u: tionery we have. in nut11'

44 the state Democratic exeentUe ron : whole mtlters: of iron seem disposed; i, reached me I began to han hope. I commenced Idle-II! ", bonded it "Lines on Mabel's velopes to match :
taking Ir Pierce's medicines as directed and Royal Crystal BondHurd's
nslttee. a formal tst of the result of to await developments. Spot fenscortiruss I.:1'e."- I Record
pr began to improve in family I was soon able SAVES HIS FAMILY FROM FIRE. Philadelphia I Holland RoadLadies'
r the primary. excfdr.plj; : I s-carce and high. to do the work for my of six. I took
eight lottles three of'Favorite Prescription' Art {Stationer.:
tt R In making his protest Colonel EsfJIItame : er priers are being:: paid for it. and five of'Golden. Medical Discovery: and two North Carolina Farmer Rescues Wife t Domestic souL Foreign Mail, Etc.

), l 20 ro'intiep In the state in i Imj'ortat'ons are continuing of lore vials of Pellets. I "John Is so domestic in his tastes," I Arti.tJater; JI ,,. ..
The People's Common Sense Medical I and Three Children. .
) which he II phosphorous Iron. Loth ea tein P- Mid the Hillullf
allies! piilarities: occur > nn- matron. plieIemoranaum B'i
Adviser .tooS pages, in covers i issenlree Charlotte. X C.. June 11.-J. Nf. Wilson
red. In five of the counting mtntiocedtpeclfic syl\aria: and the Pittsburg district having '. of one-cent paper I "lie is?" All new and right .
on receipt 21 stampsto a farmer of this
rhargtb are made, while in the taken lot!". pay expense of mailing only. Address 'I I county rescued "Yts. He's been all day in the hot I
by almost superhuman ffoits his wife Rubber hose
f remaining 15 the charge; of illepalit. The domestic production of manitniferous Dr. R. V. Pierce Buffalo, N. V.tullliei.ii sun trihi,; to Kill a rattlesnake to pita (if Q//
: and three children from his
i is general and is Used on what the matter is at a low ebb an'l ---- i burning rattle for the baby!"Atlanta Con- I the Willis Ifardfr.rr' ,

protestant doeir.s to lie reliable in the bulk of our coi.sumption is now I home yesterday stiHition. .

formation." covered by importations., Among the- "I a I'miilnm. The \ViIson home was set on fire I You will have pride \11'

In the tow'i or ; han unknown fiend who did his work
The receipt of the protect by Chair- recent purchas-cs by one steel plant Hast-liinann. Ormany. During the Bummer kidney irregularities flower gardens if they
j>ri7i"s are offered I for the! thorou hl)'. I own Yourriuha '
early ground.
man Brown rreated a sensation in )It- are IS.iHin toes of spit>;(-It-iz..n. ; are often cau-ed" by txceaeive -

l ,. cal oltioal irrles. In his protect Steel !is scarce and it looks a?: men who will:! injury the u;:Ke: ''t or the I;i WhenViIon awoke a sheet of drinking or being overheated. I home, and be can dr e

most tripI' and to the flames almost enveloped the Attend though he may think \11'
r ; | women OUT bed in i to the kidneys at once
Colonel) Eftlll! arks the btate committee though we shall !Late to import forsorn
) forty who Ime ln-en jilted at 1 .I-ttwirl' which his wife and children w -resleeping. in ing Fo'ey's! Kidney Cure. \V. A.I I Every woman want a
t to order a r..Oltnt in the time to COTTP. In the heave
countiesvher } Tooth I own, and if she will han t.
D'Alemberte. 'of
The 121 Palafox.I
tlJIlf'r: :left by n M; He first tarried his wife
r' t he al:>?pf that irreftiilanties oocurrefl lines notably in steel rails, beams thtt I -- -- -- -- I Thus C. Watson & Co..
financier. an.IIJt'
I 1' reall/in; beautyis safety and then went back after his [
. Brown states that structiual matter and plates the mile leading Real Estate
nn attraction Lard to overcome. madea three little: Ones. | Pyny.n. l jOaJD Stops. the TI(kllng, J A-
the committee Is r.otetted with such could run full to the end of the jearand an show her how ea-y It -
prutiit II in his will! that out of the He lust; everything. including aodQuickly aaatelurumma.uclu.a oroht
e? Authority! and that he will refer the In force lines well toward the some i' I we.
income of the fund! - -
l It' '
tot: ss than {10 money he had in a trunk.
" protest to the state romention. middle of next year in order to deliver shill "'> w'tli! tie! uulf!; &p'rin\ any II I A. STOUT: .A. .

t' Memorial--- all they have sold.Spring. year a.ul: the cripple thall recehe lit!. NEW HOTEL FOR ALBANY GA. i Wart the ire Kmf l u Na,s faas E1cuEtr.seaatatr Buy a new garden /J"sr

' Chattanooga.Day June at Chattanooga. The four women. VH'r forty who ha\e I # from the Willis{ Hardll'iTe
12'onfed0ratej" :
been ;! l
jIt1I.\ lover
Fever. a receive when the
memorial day la this j Company 1 II Being Formed To Erect Company.
city was observed
r' ? Spring! fever i another name for funds will lermit.. no each but the! One
S 1, today and the new arch at the enframe I Costing $50,000.
trustee this
biliouneItH more serious than canary iimouiit at
to the confederate cemetery was deli- most people think A torpid liver his own discietio'.i; offer! a larger pri7e Albany. Ga., June 1l.-A stock company BOYS and GIRLS I 1I0YOU1lh.lltomakl'allllI.!i ..
sated with impoSing I is being formed In Albany for onrpdurfngrpare rutimto.
ceremonies The and inactive boweN to
mean a poisoned some cue who will marry an unusually you can eddy do to. o.
'S a, orator of the ;day wa General A. P. system: If neglected, serious ill tiirly girl or one to whom nature i i the purpose of erecting a modern hoi Ing our Blueine.... < per reef, conimlsnon on all talni An, ari,
: tel hnun-hnla u. fcter.v lady h ttrllyhed when tarp BHIt.. "Cf .
building and makes In
s Stewart member of the ne< may follow such symptomsDeWitt' has been i application will soon ; Blu (
Chickamauga bpeciallj unkind.-Taller.A -witc-r you c-vt-r uet-U In the wR h Write today before )our territory is fake
4 National Park! commission. Little Early Risers remove : be made to the superior court for a i! home one else, aDd 11'e will scud by return mad one dozen packages of "$Iuelnt.

all danker by stimnlatinfr the liver !! charter. i Wbenou have bold tbun. return us MM-., retaining the l.alanie. 4Vr, as year n'lI ,
Ce\er Thief. i not (lelhv. but write al once
} opening the bowel and cIf n iiiK This! i tile of < !Safe I
Interesting to Atthma Sufferers. system impuntie ; pills. costing Jo;;11.11I111. S. T. .
Daniel Bante Never trripe. "I have taken JeVitt 'audacity of a Chicago thief paved him Philpot. present:
OttervilK Iowa. \ s Little Early Hi-era for torpid from i I.d:!.: loiki-d up: A poKceiuan!: I manager of the New Albany. is at thrj

write : "I have had a-thma for liver for who I' him and i j brad of tie moi'.iuent. and he statij ROYAL STANDARD
every spring years, writes rt'cu;:ii (Lnetv he wax I > \SYHISKEYI }

three or four year* and nave tried R. M I. Kve'rly. Mouud-ville, W. Va.They "wantod" [put him ruder ant-it with j| that Mil/si'nptions for something iiu. ei

about all the cough and athma do me more ;;rind than anything the wrd l*. "Yo'i are wnnttd at head i than $ i'lll +i cit the capital stork hart

cures in the market and have received ; t have ever tried'' HargiV: i, 'Hiarttrs" "Yis I Know," rcjilied the I I,, 'already been iMmed. The new Inn!.' Years Old, in Casts of 4 Full Quarts at S3.20 tit j CMmHI.S

s treatment from physician* Pharmacy John Sheppard:; Sidney i tug will i! bt-
tLiif quicUly. "I 1 waS arrtstcd ICM placid on a corner lot t m -
in New York and other"cities..
ai ht :11111:1<5 bai'ed!'' oat this the liiia'nt'S'S roi.ter.
;; morninz.
: i .
but got very little benefit until --- -- -- WHIrfKKYiditilled at the N i i- t

I tried Folly's Honey and lintiblln. \.11 ;:as'! 'I !-U\\: : "It docs l look tlo tt I, JL Ky., Df'tlIIH}-, and is fully matured: in w

Tar which >rave: me immediate VMiy Do. N ot Kill. w.i\'." said the citstfnllen: ixjliceni.ina To Try Cherry Tree Swindle. before bottling/ it i io* absolutely! pur. and uot -X-
t'knee! to be di i should! becNkr
relief and I will never be ;;: !' he tod: the thitf! he ("lIlhlu.. of I' ('harl..ttr. X C.. June 11.-The -a: cellod in! quality bv any \Vhi-key of thf. -ame: ar'

without it in my hou-e. I sincerely : 't, saj >! u sc'ieiititic uluili permission' the tlritf bait no of the B'j." rnnifnt against the Anuf no matter where produced. The Royal r'talHlar

? I recommend it to all." W. A. IV A Iembeite I- p+'tgdP think it is only! a fad to put time In availing; 1:1111"'lf.! I-ittr. t
1.1: :-'. i'alafnx. grated cheese on lackers\ and C,x.k it;; excellent qutlity, i-i the cheapest w'n-k-. .
t chagrin. the
policiman found that tthief hr alli-ired:: I t.i lp a swindl
will be
them in tin- oven but that i is an eM'I.IIl'lIt call"ci the market at that pric*. As a beverage, it' -
had not been previuurl ly arrested. ; i i'I in th rnite-l! States .
--- court in ,
way of prc'iiann; this food.VeMi 1'1." this -in an absolutely pure stimulant there is none bi "

First Debate Under New Ministry \ rarebit, or rabbit, if 1'1'c'i't'rlyIliad. today. The company operated at Shipped in case containing no marks what- 1

Panlur.e! \ U: .- Tinhaml '>r of lip GII.I..d Nan Kutht-rtordton. this Mate, and indicate contents. If purchaser exai
!>'. i U anollur ;:IMM! nay of e'oOliill;: the goy upon
flppntiHS and ito /callcries. were filled cliec-o and is more diirestilile than thepircP \t the htadwnters tf the Orinoro eminent allt-ges that the concern re the hi-key i* not satisfied with the quaff r.

It the utmost this aftermx when the ) of chc-ese we eat with apple pie. pini li tr.iUitijns located the land ofHI I ehed $4 1."00 in On s'operation.. can return the acne at our expense and < :''
Dorado "t I", will be refunded.
first debate gilded man. a -
under the new ministry \\ h1'11.Idill d"'I'>1' ttl :1 diJ h, du out IK :Senator: Pritchard and other distil All orders .
std lent.ite whose country wa FO rich i inKvk. ; I should be accompanied b}'
ore wliiih was to indicate; precise- sprinkle it in lajerbut melt it tlior- guished counsel represent .
: the ,
defend .
dust tGRT netts OLD currency postoflice order bank draft
that [he had his body anoint money I.
.c Jy stft ia thehU.P opened.W. "uhly! in heated butter. Cheese! to bedlfetibie .-.d'ilh ,,1I1111t1 sprinkled with gold I| ants. The government will! he reprt press money order. We refer to First N"i, +

Busters Had( I moved an interpellation ; : should be cnniiplc-d nnely or e v'Pealed;:, by the district attorney and his L RED Hank or any merchant in Penacola.
erg tlwrnrg so that be shone in the
tt ', a< tho'lhlld.I./ It i is a curious
and said he hoped it be di -ol\ed with milk or broth : nesses from all over the state
fact that the country in which traditiolocated 11 t are ho-e S. A. FRIEDMAN
would win i* thr -a me firmness' as ItsftPdPC ore;p.-table juiu'!'. to testlfv. ,
I this: marvelous being> has never
'.---orP! in finding the -
been explored;\ by n white man. On the fir-t indication of kidney
$101)i mw\IWSWo.:
trouble, stop it by taking: F..lpy'| !'
d ,, .- a.we The reader of this paper will b P KidnevL'tire.V.. A. D'AI mberte.

Neely Breaths Freedom's Air. plea""d to learn that there i.. at lt'a-t III. Flr.t. 121 S Palafox. tit Ke; V. O. BOX 4IH. TEU.I'lIo: 1 9IJIrI
'George, said Mrs. Voungwife. "it _
Havana Jnn.1JC I: KV. Xpel ', .
one dradc-d di-e.i-e that scienchas e .rY/a M
i.lho Man h1 waer.trnced t'j you fehould suddenly! come Into pOI'I'P1sion l """
t jnyears' Iweii able to cure in all it. stage- of Sl.dixM"). what would be the DR. KING'STRY handle every class of Liquor j :
r" impris 1s :und that catarrh.. Hair* Catarrh or retail at ; : II
first thing would 110:
cf $J*>,;'>0 for "lItul'lh tty in the Cub in you i way down.

t : postal fraud has: been rf'pRfotIInd.r! Cure is i the only pu i-itive cure now "net you a tub of ice cnnm soda" replied NEW DISCOVERYFOR

ItfO bill Planed by Prf-sidmt Palma Known to the iiiedical fraternity George.; -Indianaj>ol.s San THAT COLD. AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER.

; i Catarrh befog; a ('ull-tituliolial, di*' 4'Ma _.
! t _
( t Dune 9 granting! arnnestj to ail Amriran 'r TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.
*'>-* require- a ('ull-lltlitlollal treat Her Entire \oonbulnrv.

f. ii t- convicted off rimes:; in Cuba dur, Mitnt. Hall' Catarrh Curtio i ; takeninternally "You do not speak: English! madame ConsuinptionCoughs WICKE & CO.
InC the term of theAmerican occupation acting ,
directly tlie "
4 ; upon ? Inquired the intmiewer.
t and those awaiting trial. blond and mucousurface- of the Cold:*, Bronchitis, Asthma,

Italian King Buys Virginia Lands. "elation'p't"m.of thereby the'rtlie and ;;jrivin foun; the \"Ver', leetl'smiling, replied swi-etly the; operatic"onljr si celebrity il!. PnciimoniaHayFevi.TPleurisy Plumber Gas and Steam Fitter

'How lute ,mt'ricaPuck.: Hoarseness
patienttrench LaGrippc
t. New York June I 12.- Victor Kinan- ; ; building up the : ,
can>titiitiot: and a"' ..i-tinjr; nature in Sore Throat
t : tel king of !Ita\! is ported to hat<' Croup and
doing; its work. The I'ropri..tor"lavp a'f'.tl-'rl'II an .\ \\ 1'111 fate."Kverybody No. i South Palafox
bought within a few days I,"."."i"t -.. much faith in curative Whooping Cough.
t acre of the b st 'oal land aid I had con"ump- Ml Kinds Oi Plumbing and Gas Fittings Mate tale Ket on Hand
> in \\>st 'powerthat they oiler One Hundred NO CURE. .
hollarfor lion," write* :MrA.. M. Shield of NO PAY. KIiKPHONK t'J/\ ..:'4oar A 10' 1
;- ; Virginia (runs two Pittt-nirg! operators any cathat it fails! tcure. Price 50c. and $I. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE
Low In Italy! The price was abo-I tIt''I.IIM .Send 1 for li-t of t.-til1lollia- ChanibiT-bnrjj" Pa., "I'a *o I low ______ ___ __ -

|''.\ Tini i property is situated in address. F. J. ClIK.NKY' : & Co. after six month of severe Mcknes,
Toledo, O. WEEKLY SCHKUI Li 1\1.
,& ,, the! Pocahontas (i; .;rt. (9", ..ld by Irur'-i-ts. 75c. caused by Hay Fever and A thma.that [: .A17 e ry

----- few thought: I could irK well] FOR STEAM DIVISION .
but learned of the marvelous
Read It in Hit Newspaper 1t"I..mR from Stir >on hem Woo| of Dr. merit PENS\COLAKLKCTKICTI'JUM1KA:
;(;; New Discovery for ''
Sl"t'8 -OR Tit AVERY t \\II"LF'11i"
(ifor Schaul, well known fie sea ull''LY-boS1II4; rte cirjLo cure lx couoha.CASTORIA.
tt; r- Consumption, used it. and was"ci>mpletelycurd. COMPANY.II .

nan citizen of New Lebanon. Ohio ." For desperate Thrl IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
Traini leave fentaeoU for the Lm.u. .
t i.. a con-tint reader of the /)1111""" and Lung nj"pa"'e it i is the s.ifest" BayoaBtg J: W.rrlllll OIl, :-In7 t.,. I I
cure m the world. and !is infallible] and Fort Wunacea .t
'Ir J-olkIIIII'I. He knows that (hit for HARDWARE.
I Cough, Cold and
t Bronchial: \:Hi a.m.arrive at Fort Warnaco I:10.i
paper aims to advertise: only the Affection, (ju.tranff-d .
bottles band )C. lUuj & m.arrive at Fort Barr.ou.l0t a.B

beat in U-* columnand: when he 3.iwChamberlain' For Infants and Children. $.".) Trial: bottle free at W. A. Ia1p.mur/yeetF'ortBernnoo L:.5pn

4 I'aiu Uilmadvertieds D'AlemberteX 121 !South Palafox. 1:110: p, m.. tort Karr&ncai 4lSp B Iron > ail*. Axe;. ShovfN. Saw :\J! 'i .t d s; Wllllb'Jat
,J The Kind Ycu Have 8tlI. mm arrive t Fart Barrancsi TCflp g
Always Bough -- Supplies. Cooking: and Hearin.v....
t' therein for lame back he did .11:00 p.m arrive &t Fort Ksrrancti g:4tp.ii Pnut. (lit;
not '
We win launder Traini eire Fort Barrancai lor Pen.. \ViudciwGla-s.Guns.Pi-toUai) i F: 'nn r. '!{! .
hesitate: in buying a bttlt'.f it for Bears the8lgnatur your spreads for I cola at'itOa.m.

: hits wife, who for eight weeks had ,io cents each and make them look and Tfutil
cf ike uw. Star arrive at Pea9acola. _. 9OC) ( a. n Agate arc ana Hoih-d'iriiisliiii! i !; H Dods.
suffered with the mast terrible p:IIH- 11:<)> p m. arrive at 1'en.acol.IIf p,n

In her back and c"uld get no lelic-f. ::ot// p. m. arrive at Fensacola...... 2:16 ".11 i (LrAGE FOR BIRMINGHAM HULLING
He ,.: "After n-in the Pain 4v oo p m arrive at fensacol._..,.. Of p D MILL l.0)iPANY'OU
ay r
s 7:0i p m. arrive at Pen6aooa! TeE p. Revere Giant stitched Belting. N'orthamptou
,* lUlm for a few day* my wife -aid tn *>1't 5 p. m. nerve at Yeosaoola.W D. rriatartUTionlv Wheel Co., L-jftin & Hand Powder flmeiy
Co.. Johnson's Kil-
me, 'I ft'dHI though born uiew.:
( mine, Iron King and Buck
M ivfca ai.d HaD
Bud before wing! the entire contentof f3. earF. .I ..... F\BE FOB WIEK: DAYS. & CfP. \Vm.
ttrk'C i b I.adln Coup Co.'s Haw Hide
I La.cLeather
the bottle the unbearable pain f /,>- .'" flll'HL-TMi-H KM.I1SHI rurrMj feniacola to Fort Warnaco and morn tt \ )Ia5urY'BJade

t had entirely vanished and she could! 1 7he dipnature is oa .. IU It sal 1..1d ...... air. J Pen-.acola to Nary Yard and return.._ l& : Railroad Color.
every sec rf 'tI.
tto nn:C> : t" u.n'a" lalr..akrr. ;., Pen.soolatoalmettoBeach and
retorn lbSC5D1T
s.alu take her household duties:' l.axat\'e bV it' hnarnta gtWlt.Ua./. .. Masonic
Bromo.Quinine *
t W I f flu.1 :". ... .CII rrDUDrr. @ Pensacola Fla.
f"J'T "' or .t ,
-*6 He i i. very thankful and hopethat: the reuedy that dl 1. .",; .... T.. ,... .b I
ftU'U a eoW when weather
i jf all yutl"rms likewise will hear of to one ,. \ : "4"J.II.r Pn I .dlu. ......... 0, permits tbe rnnnlng o ,
In nun i timob.a s ,/b open
.,. ?
her wonderful recovery. Thi< valuable .m"'n., .. C. h.I..1. '.. Leas 1'en..oola Lw Fort Hur...a i ,- -
liniment i* for ale by all dru r'- T e Happy I Home is the tl \ e- 8 .. m. 10 a. m. : W. B. I WRIGHT COfflPflftY

.:sloe 1 and medicine: dt'aleri.f3. U well- 11 a. m.. l'211. m mIp.m. ,

CUBE YOURSELF p. m 1 p. m I" y

furnished home. Marstontj CTHga rse Eig 8 for unnatural 1 p. m p.m. ... MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS I>
dterb.rerelnflammau 411m pm I L
a IOaawta.d -= =---
'T' Quina can supply irntaduni cr ulcrationcf ID. m. I pm -
youwith sa tulrar6 mucous memurs nee, p. IDrm f p.III I IFABrr LUMBER LATHS
all needed in the Ptr.a C stWw Ponies. and not set I l. ,
rOB It anATr'eoaoosa
way n.StocnCj. 1
ftU,{ n ktnre U on seep bos: cf the granineUiative of house geDLrlwaunuu3. to art Barranow Puy '! LLL
Broalo furnishings at the onC.stna 1011 6, Dr.gtp lard and return_._____ Jh ; /tf';'
-QuinineTableta SAfEDcmEJssflmem-Kiii-Braiftj!
; )
!'ou'esfpriees Ra L er cent ia jUs sea nr, Piniacola to Palmetto lieu 11 act ,
Ito ftll11W CWM' a cs341asae d/. cash or credit. '' llCfc vj eipreffp tr JUttln, |rvpai, UTS.
'CircoUr test *u try Det ''I No freight received alter 1:18 II, BJ- .-.. =- PEN: F+ACOLA FLA.

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Following Flowers .
President Roosevelt Presented Diplomas ( I
ASSOCIATION 1 to Graduating Class. Ii a title always undated with tne name of the author of that column in the Ladies' Home Journal. Eben E. f: ,

AFFIDAVITW West Point :\. Y., June 13-The ren Rexford, the Shiocton Wis., poet and tory writer. On always: thinks of a nature lover like Bar. Rexford as the i I !

ttennial celebration of the military i possessor of bounding health and superabundant vitality, so it sounds odd to hear that he was a confirmed j I 111

MEETINGThe academy closed today with the presentation dyspeptic" not so very long ago. The story of his trouble and its cure ii best told in Mr. Rexford' own word ,j I!

Lease of Life for ar __ of diplomas to the one hundredth Haying need of a remedy for indigestion writes the floricultural editor of ; : j' 1

' Postmaster. I fifth! Huuday meeting of tl.e I graduating class. The program ; THE LADIES' HOME JOURNAL I 1 '
|Iowa included the presentation of diplomasby i

.. H. of Dun Elim Association! will be held with President Roosevelt an address by I "I decided< giving Zodol Dyspepsia Cure a trial, expecting only temporary relief but am glad to say that a few : 1 1 1.11 i

p:".1',;r I have: been a great General" Dick, of the visiting board and !| bottles afforded permanent relief and restored the tone of the digestive organs to iu natural condition. I ca t: : I
the Pleasant! Hill Church June hearti1yrecommendiL"
"fir -; ,d.section;; and result 27, remarks by General Miles. I I NORl'tlAL.CONDITIONS ,

:: ,' .1". HeJn unable to OD 28 and 29. The program; will be as The graduating class of 5t 'mel!!- 11 11are
...{Th"a relief referred to by Mr. Rexford natural conditions. This is i
: IreSolvedtotr3 I hers will attend a theatrical performance as undoubtedly the correct view. The normal man Is a
*i5'. ,*' --.a Cure. Before 1 hat ( follows: this i healthy man. Health depends on the digestion. If the digestion is good the health is good. If the digestion U s:
I*' found I! evening in New York city the
: :'ih. -le I knew I had poor general always suffers.
: 1 lucked for. After t\\: JUNE 27TH. accompanied by the furlough class of i ;. I I!
.l.;} ".. f .n cured of soreness it': ''" students who have been at the aca.1- DIGESTION IS NATURAL; INDIGESTION UNNATURAL 1 I j .'

* I had, not been freE 8 p. ia.-Preaching by Kev. J. H. emy two years. The
""' f le't I parry I But so many of us have strayed away from natural conditions that few people are really healthy. Hasty eating, : Ii
: r.r''f". UMP I am letter McAnally.i is to leave at 1 p. m.. to go direct to'' irregular hours mild dissipation! a dozen other stomach destroying customs of the day hare made dyspepsia and I f

brr':, f ,ear.. Kodol Dysperwis i Washington where the train is d-jp I indigestion the characteristic complaints of the generation. If the sufferers knew how easily such troubles caa j
(i'"J t10' ; i me a new naswill life j JUNE 28TH. about 9 o'clock. i I be cured there probably wouldn't be so many of them. 1 I tl r'

;. ;[ Tin/ per( us I II
I-: i a Cure, I believe, if it j 10 a. m.-Called to order by the I KODOL DYSPEPSIA CURE ;
'ti.ich: from which they 'I Battle Imminent at Agua Dulce.
:.t';..;, .'v will receive perma- | chairman ; song No. 101 in Gospel Colon. Colombia. June 1..-The C-I I i! will do just as much for others as it did for Mr.Rexford. It Is not 90

'.:. ue wishing can have I hymns: ; 95th psalm and prayer by lombian government ships which conveyed much a medicine as a digesUnt. There have been and are other dys

'r ,' ''!it astotheKenuinness.f I General Berti and l lIlt pepsia remedies afford temporary relief by digesting certain
i / ) of the '
Dr. D. C. Bursou. l classes of food. What is 't
.. ,s this tatement. hest troops from Panama ': really wanted, however, is a preparation
- 1 Sunday tVFeseadi 1 which will digest all cUsses without the stomach's aid. This is the
.tl the voluntary 10:20 i
is : a. in.-Callm! ? the roll of '
'rigs have
returned to Panama' result accomplished by Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It is the only t
: .' who has suffered, : preparation !
.r: 1 wtut>others to receive churches and hearing reports from after" safely! landing the force which \ which digests any and every kind of food. You need variety. A .'

.. .' .- Kodol Dyspepsia I each. is intended to attack the rebels at diet is often injurious. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure renders a diet entirely I fl'

.',v case of stomach Agua finite in combination with Gei- unnecessary. It rests the stomach by digesting what you eat This
If .' Stomach 11 a. ni.-The work of the Holy i and the wholesome tonics contained in Kodol Dyspepsia Cure i I ii II'relt !
.. 4 t the by dint eral Cairo's U oops. which are to coon restores perfect health. I

'-.' The rest alow i Spirit iu the Churche?, by Rev. W. leave Panama to lay.Newspaper "
.l.rho Rut Kodol I WORDS OF PRAISE
-H contains tonics 15. Moritz and other'. \, "I was troubled with indigestion i long time."write W. H. Bozarth. promt "
Office Robbed. tent merchant and mill owner of Pure Air Mo. "I consulted 8 number of doctor N49w
i.. organ and hasten 11:45; a. m.-Ha* the church any and tried many' kinds of medicine but did me any' Rood. Finally I took
.:. You don't have tc i, I. Elba. Ala.. Jum 1--11'hile the force Kodil Dyspepsia Cure A few bottles cure me of my cumpUiut. I heartily
,p'r'll: Cure will di. scriptural right by which to govern was at dinner Tuesday at noon someone t recommend U to all sufferer from stomach trouble. ,

I It'lpi children, too. its member-? l>y Rev. J. L. Bryars,'!I effected an entrance into the Elba \ 1/ "I had Dyspepsia for fifteen years" aat* Jerre Long general merchant of I J'J'ue
: Knob, Pa. "I tried all kinds of remedies Iud medicine
from doctors
I I got many
Cure''' Clipper office and took from the iron lY but got no relief. I hire been Kodol ,
iiodol Dyspepsia and other;. II Lately using Dyspepsia Cure and hate .,
I safe between $70 and $So. The entrance / 'L been feeling better ever since I started I have an appetite and what I eat agree
all Stomach Troubles. i with me 1 mustyive the credit to Kodol DytpepMa Cure and would recommend
Cares 12:30 Rece for dinner.
j I to the office was effected by W. H. BDZllIB.Prtpirid it to all other Buffering from the dreaded disease of dYIi PiIL"t
., OF W ITT& Chicago
"';;.f tel .9:S'.times the Oc.I Le. | 1:40 p. Devotional exercisesled raising one of the glass windows by E. C.OaWitt Co., Chlctf Thi tl.00 Bold centilni:,; limit it much (by actual meaturemint) it tbs trill til*

WtMJT t! [ cough cure by Jesse Jordan. 'I Would-Be Assassin Lekert Hanged. .' DYSPEPSIAo enti. 11 y

l-;).j Has KODOL. CURE
p. m.- Missionary Baptist I St. Petersburg, June 12.: -It became DIC.fg EATHAT _

> \uai) u's made for. church a scriptural: right; to retain known today that Hirsch Lekert, who I

members in full fellowship whooppose I made an unsuccessful attempt on p,1 j I I OR. MOF'ETT'r& I Cures Cholera-lnfutuJI, t':
night of May IS to assassinate Lieut= Georgia Bar Association. R'
mission work? E
\'. .,.'t fiorn Quitman. I ant General Wehl governor of Vilna Macon, June 11--A call for a meet.lag the BOH el Trouble of r)

1J.-The first By Rev. A. H. J. Countryman. I I was hanged June 10. of the Georgia Bar Association to uJal ChildrenofAnyAgs. rAids

3 m.-Ha the church the right !I ------ at Warm Springs r t fd [ Di estion, RtguIaUf ii?
> bun have just p. convene on July :2 LtTMING.POWDIRSJ! the

\; : dh to New York. I to retain members who buy, sell, A Real Friend. has been issued by Secretary Orvill A. Ame the Bowels,5trengthetu Child and Make t

- -.-',.
. : ,;n the Denmark work and ride on trains on the Sabj for fifteen years." say. W.I I Tennessee, will deliver the annual ad.dress. .4..; JOr mail ::ientltoC.oJ.MOFFETT.M.D..ST.LOUIS.MO. ,

.. T. Sturdevant of Merry Oaks,:\. C. ('OIHHI0HW, tIl., .-t"g.I, '' .
in *
; -' carload! of water. j j bath? By Rev J. L. Bryars, J. H. .
\ "After I had tried many doctor and : 1)2J. ytOFFETT-Dear Doctor: 1I. gave lour TI.'I'TIIITf'f'thlll'
:.. "ai from this sec. McAnally B.H.| Skinner, I. !Spence, medicines to no avail, one of my louder nfMiOMf to our little grand child ir/fli the happiestreeults. The efferfectre :
\ nragiealandrertaiily more natiajactoru than anything ,
-...j t by J. \v. AveraC.A.HTOTLX.A. I friend to Kodol. No Rood health nule. the kidneysare from
J. L. Taylor, A. :M. Lowery, J. E. persuaded me try tre r i er toted. Your very truly, J OS f I'll iti. KEY,
E a ; Roam. I It save immediate relief. I can eat sound. Foley's Kidney Cure Aoic Bishop Southern Methodist Church.) I'qgtor of tit. pouf Churth. f j

I Holley, A. t;. J. Countryman, J. T. I almost anything I want now and my makes! the kidney* riht.; W. A. !
digestion is good. I cheerfully !I D'Alemberte, 121 H. Palafox. TIME TABLE.
i J. W. and others.
Filliugim, Day
; I!
I recommend Kodol. Don't try to 1
I' ----- -- -- -

4I : HM A'ays': Bash ; 5 p. m -Adjourn.; 'I cure stomach trouble by dieting. LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD- .
That further weakens the
A only sys The Beer .
: and service
7:45 tn.-Song ,
; prayer
E p.
{ : tern You need wholesome strength-1
tJi.( I
Ck ICCe led by L. C. Bowman. suing food. Kodol enables; you to _New Orleans. and Mobile.
I !1 aMmilate what you eat by digest- That '
- b p. m.-Hearing reports of our fug it without the stomach's aid. Mader ,* So.jSo..&. So.!. No.8. No.1. No 6. ;

4 : .......- .... .. 2 I John 1:1: a r3ls m 11:1) p Leave.. P6nu ola .....Arrive 5.1' a I, 4eI I p GOO p .
+ missionary, Rev. J. W. Day and Harris'; Pharmacy, Sheppard,
; I 9:5I: a :!::!1 p' Iw a LOavl..... nomaton .... Leave 3:5i: a'' 2a) p 1:25 p
PUBLICITY F fOR "Sidney Kahn. II :\)11 II &::t! II i 3u! a Leave ..? Mobile .. ...- Leave 1231 n't'' 1:15! n 11:110 P M .
discussion by all. _._ D6NNI I tn r AM U ......._." p 7:*' a L..ave-- .aPw nrlpan Leave 4's'p 7:3ia! .. i !j1 f t, '

THE PEOPLE. !'J p. m.-Adjourn. Clark Howell Nominated. NortlL"t:

I Atlanta. June .-At the senatorial '

JUNE 29TH. convention of the Thirty-fifth district -ISVICTORIA- So. !. So. .. So. I So. 8. 1 11
Ever h'ord costs You a Cent, I I 11:115 pm 12:15 p m Leave ..... I'ensacola..Arrive 4:110 p m 11:011.. iii 1
yesterday lion. Clark Howell. of Fulton 6:15 am 8:5 m Arrrve... Montgomery f.eave llli' ,
and service p m 1 WI.'i: p lit i i1:511
anj K 9 Song
Ier> Word is Head a. m.- prayer
\ am G;\rrlvd..lhrmrngbaUl..Ll'ave M.1..m' 1.
Bv K>er:>boJv. ld by D. M. Merritt. I was nominated for re-election to 1\5 p m 3:111( a m Arrlvl!......Nasb\"lII1! _..Leave ..._ .. .. 1:06pm-... .. _, j
represent the Thiity-fifth district composed I 2:111: a m '4:1:1.. Ul Arrive... Louisville ......Lt'ave W:15 pm 2:6.5.. iii I,
\ Trio a m 11:5Va m I Arrive ....ClnclnnatL. .Leave 8:1))
lt:3o m.-h tile church I p pm'
a. responsible of Fulton Cobb and
Claytoncounties MADE BY ACME BREWING CO.
MOMJVuOAN rru L1NI). I j 7s lan 1:41: p m Arrive. et. Lout .Leave 4:15 p m M:55: pm

.. .. -. .... --....-- .--.. ,, for the Sunday school l? By J. I in the upper house of the BET!; 10-CEXT BOTTLE BEER I i[ PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION. J. 1No.
next general assembly. The ;
conventlon ,
-On household furni- A. Godwin and others. 1
.\\f i-i. cow and all kind of per- also elected an executive commit. IN TOWN.DANNHEISSER 31-Ually So. 8-Daly l So stop where time not shown So. -Dally 'i'No. Y-Datiy ft. .
I.:" I. Trtrnu easy Strictest I 10:20" a. -Who should first enlistin
: tee for the district
1 composed of six BROS. 11.55: 1:01) a m Leave ...P..n'lI ola.Arrlve 10)1): '
pm p m 690
sr l. !
a -e< Apply to A. A. Ks. 'li lt'r, p p members from Fulton four 1::15 night 1:1 .. Bob..mlll......... 6u4 "
stresL.NUon I the Sunday: school work? By E. from Coo! ItJ:31"I
If .. ........ I
__ AOEXT3 12I1") 1:1'1" YnltJltra :
__ __ FOR THE CELEBRATED .. 8:01" I!
I I'I H. H. Orimlar and ;; and two from Clayton. I!::::I" 1:1'1.. .........Eecambia.: ....". 10:32" I 11:51 .. ,I
Adkisson U.
\ : real I ....... .
improved es-i I\.i"! 1:2)1: ulat 1118" 11\
:. or small amounts at low'' I I. f" Harper mini. I 12:iI:II" 1'1" If.. ... ..... Harp ..... ..... 10:21" { 5't-) i :
rail: on Leslie is:. Krooli, i ii others. State Dentists Meet In Macon. 13:5): 1I.: If .........GaltCity ......... 10:1 11:17: .1
r'a ar ', s 4. Falafoi Ht., Fisher I : June Main Hou e-in H. Palafoi: : street. 12vI" 1\I" ... M II ton .... ..... 10:10" I 50: .
will be limited Macon. i : ..
The to ten -The
speakers: thirtyfourt'iannual
: Smlm 130 am..... to .....Good Range ..... & M" r
:, convention of the Georgia R. R. Eichanse: -Opp. Union DepotP. I'55 ".n' ..... .... Holts .... ..W.._. UiI5" I 4.5(5: I. .,.
: minutes each. O. Box 2S1. Pensacola, Fla. 2t1" '4...., ,, n ........MIlliKan .._._ '' 80 to I 4:11: ? '
'1 : .v-l>oyoa need money? | I State Dental association is In session( Phones 116-2e8. %;$1" 1:39 ........l'r..uvllw.._.._ 813" &:110 'f''I
hrE i* any amount you want 11:20: a, Missionary :Sermon by at Elks' hall in this city. The convention 8:')) 6 501 .....n t'er Land ...._ ":5.i" I 8/It": } 1
'rim aad lo",est rates 811": GII ...... Mossy .. t
,... Rev. B. H. Skinner of Atmore.l called : 11:6': tl:16 I
ivi oa: mprovedcity I was to order by President &:03" W'J.i: ..DeFnniakSprings.14 I r'4a ,. i
rtsberr04'4tsoutbPala.' ........... ... > 1
4:11 "
of : Argyle "
Johnson Macon who deliveredthe 1:4&: tn:: ,
a for mis .
ln-t I :') p. It's Mistake 4:1<1' W:07 ....Poncl dlt 1.1100..._ 7:211 If I 2:13" f
annual address. The address of 11:00" 1oI:1J _. .. ..We5tvllle....._ to 1:11" 1:55 .
I sions. 599 10115 .. ..... .__ "
BORROW MOSEY welcome was made by Lawyer Felton 1:1:1": :, It "
I Ii ire your property pro- 11113" 1):5) _.........Jonll..y......... 8: i" I 11': It
!'e' buy or sell real e8-1 12:80! p. m.-Recess for dinner. Hatcher. IIf.I" 1:17 ..........tbipleJ': .. ..... 8:31" I Lee 11
,r' description, 6:$1" 11,1/' II ... ....Cottondale....._ 8:1'4" 1lvl 1 ,
'. ar any taxes attended to. i iI 2:20 p. to..-Song, "How Firm aFoundltion. First-Class Western Beef Is 7t) 11:25' .......l1..rl..nn- ........ If eau 1'1' noon II '
a. I ,,04. C. Watson <* Co. Farmer Is Declared Insane. 1J.: 1145" ..... .....l.ypr.. s..... .... II 111'4" lI.i..m "f I I ,.
:,a' e unee Pensa11derate : ."by the choir and prayer I Not 25 Cents a Pound. : <1" 11:5:1": ......Orand Ridge_ 1Ia- 11:3 :I',
agent Charlotte :\ C.. June 11.-Allan ,. ,.
.... .... .. .
s' To everyone' 1;51 12)6: noon meads ....... If 1121" 1\J:5\J" 1 = ,
,,: i- vie will lend money j I by T. W. Ficklin. Cogsdell. the" farmer of Rutherford 8:15" 1:1:15"rrlve..RlverJanction: _LI'ave 6:1\J: It 1\JO: II f '; l

I amuse. sd-tf'Itl.l. | 2p.m.: -Preaching! by Rev. J.W. county who issued invitations to his Look at our Prices; : -- -- -- 1.. i

friends" to witness him suicide his ,
u i I.P'AN'rJ' U. j Day. Ls: *year. Now =GOLAYCHOICEST: :
been adjudged insane and will betaken Extra Loin . . 15c to ISc 20c

W ,arn barber trade, I i! :3:20 p. m.-Adjourn. to the state hospital at Morgan- Round . . . 15c loc I -oF-
Grist and Cor-n Meal Mills !
aiiuates., Wewant'ottton :; 7:43; p.m.-Prayer service, U. H. ton. Cogedell was at one time one ci! Brisket and Chuck. 8c lOa :

ever offered :i iv the most prominent farmers of his Rib Roast . .. . loc I cRamp
-r'>u harber for tli College weekjvr || trmilar.: section. ... ... .. n. lc; 15c' L F. GOiZALEZ? d CO., Prop, f FJII8 R( ND CONFIIQN1R[G { J ; }

--- ,- Jf-'t I IA B 1'. m.-Preaching by Rev. J. W. Considering quality, above pricesare ManntaotcreriCHOICE
Police "Shake Up" Closes Pool Rooms. than in other of MKAL AND ,
I' L 1 ,.... 11;. I Day cheaper any city PL"HEGHOL"lUAT- : ;
Xew York. June 11.-Pool rooms of t thi size in the country. STOCK FEED .

}F \ \Ki.\IN-A cen- I &:50; ( p. m.-Adjourn by singing this city which have for some tim. We do have to pay more for our Patronize Home Industry: for there li C. APOSTLE'S ,
i meats and have to charge more every reason you should buy your Meal and ,
> ':1. near Halafoxi /God be with You Till We Meet been doing a flourishing business are :i
tock teed from the Home Manufacturer
\ For than formerly, but it in't our fault
particua' j
H !vja J To.. Heal I reported to have closed as a result of i t for by so doing yon encourage home lndni> U East; Government St. \"
t. |i again. and we are selling as low a* we possibly -I try. Yoor money la led In the community : f.,r
J7eodlwIdlit. the "shake up" In the police forcp. can. i and you in turn are Indirectly benefited''' I j'}.
I Benediction by ReJ.. L. Bryars.A Further transfers of wardmen and sergeants I In fostering the borne manufacturer yon I i Formerly Cordova Restaurant 8tan4 ;
contribute to the cause of labor. You owt {I. IJ.
I cordial: invitation Is: extended to are being made and the police! It to community In which you live and One car-load of Pineapples at 11.75 ;

0' ':'tilened roonit at force has been practically reorganizedby i which contributes to your support to $2.( ) per dozen .,>
this & :
slut all to attend meeting. Phone 173. .J 110. S. Bell !Son*
: I to.
Commissioner Partridge.
-- D. :\MKRKITT; -- i
\ \'ulIl"I. I '

\\ : ,,;, pray I 1'. M. l'RI1''UETl', Chairman I Momotombo Xlcaragua.Volcano June Quiet.12.-Th(' iii ii iiF. *

) n.1i; one. Ad- :Secretary. Managua.!
Ill lr I :'Iomotombo'okano is ww quiet. It F. E.Braner'sOnePiioe Cash House

i; t 1'1:11. I r.uiuan IIl1u"nes.. is only emitting vapors. .

/ -- !fVP loik, uii the dolnss of a man |
\ s at Nick and pierce
ttii orl.lly
.1 ui.-n-l ojv
'.',, U with low a Hit' surface> of character we are I)' 05"EJTE 1 The Bitters will PRICES IN TWO! K
\V positively cureIndigestion CUT 1.
\ 1"a
KmcoMAii.ndi 0' empty novttfMI beert apt to feel Utter scorn and dii:">t for S . li
our follow .'.nMtuas.Vc bate Sited to CELEBRATED .

l'Lk 'MI. aetirable. by' the lot Fisher tnms St'"> human hollow; uws. the uhes of whatl'I'IUI..1 the I(, Dyspepsia, IlM> ) yards Dress; Kwisses, worth Gc ;i) dozen Ladies' Lisle Thread I, 50 pieces Medicated 24-inch Cotton !!. (
>4 houtn Palafoiisalm D.iJ era shore the falseness ( 1'.l Constipation. yard, 10 yards for 30 cents. Vests;, worth 35 cents, yours for 2i) ; Diaper 10 yards in a piece, worth j t
*o fair the moldering: beneath cents. I 155c, for this sale, &Jc. ;

I tluwhiteil M'pulihor.! and no wonder if ...-" Biliousness, 1000 yards Dress Diuiitys, worthT'cI0"yard3for45cenu. .
.I.I-'Iulc.i think "friendship nil i iI ,i ': IfiuO Boy's and Men's collars, I 100 dozen Ladies' Fast! Black. Full '. .
i \\'l' are tempted : fe Nervousness '' .
\\v \ prrson in each words de.vit. > broken sizes, to clone out at 3 each. Seamless Hose regular lOc goods i
i''lal 1 a cli.-at. Smiles hyroerisy. calledi ( ":''f ane Malaria. ?''x)) vards bleached yard wide Do- for this sale, 63,'c a pair; 4 pair for ii 1 e"
.. standing; ." and they who are what is mestic', 10 yards: for 45 cents. | 200 Ladies': Madras and White 2oc. f
,; \ i ."-.!> salary' its by degrees; ] Try a bottle close '
i knowing In life contract Waists, worth 75c and $l. to at ; n
: A I.i>" iav, with Bllex- and satisfy your unbleached Sea Island I, 11}) dozen Men's -
"a','i luarters: money I as the result of their experience a hollow 2uOO yards 435. Seamless! Half
Manager, :Xv ('..x- i! i of men and learn to sneer I selL The genuine yard wide Domestic 10 yards for 45 Hoe, in brown, red and black, for
.. JTs&nuwiriiv. ', distrust motives-that del b has our Prl.Q cents. I &) pairs Lace Curtains 2L2' yards! 5c a pair. r;; 1
-- at apparently good ITTERs vate Stamp over long, regular 75c goods, to close at .
) |l nioniaoal sneer which we hare: seen. the neck. 200"") yards Embroideries regular 450. 25 dozen Men's French Dropped, fi j1"

HON i aye perhaps (felt curling the lip at __ H --- price 7>i to S,2'' 10 yards for 45 cents. Stitched Under Shirts worth We, to I
25; dozen Large Turkish Hath Ttw- close at tic each. Drawers to match

b.-:.y'_ '.k HardareCo't.wad I<:KI
How to Avoid Trouble. I worth 10 and 12>2c, Iu yards for 65; j I j Fancy Striped
'j t'''H 4 iOOUO 20 dozen 24x33-inch Bleached Lace Under Shirts, 45c each. Drawers il
Now is the time to provide your- I W. C. ROWE, M. D. cents. Towels for this sale, at 50c dozen. to match it t'
I t..R--: ; la-al..ct-r; bottle ofChamberlain's I
t-. air < t' !Kv W. uovernment Colic, Cholera 5l2c, 10 yards for 50 cents. ular lOc goods, for this sale, 90cBilk I Taffetta Waists, regular price ; l
It is almost 1 tJ 9p. m I
Remedy. i dozen. $3.50 to close at |2 20 each.
1 -= the 25 dozen Ladies' Bleached Vest*,
before sum-
"' I certain to be needed and after clock
r' or I'unerali* I is over, and if procured now with tape in neck, 5 vests for 25 /&X: ) yards White Batiste Lawn,} This sale will positively; not run I I

t I. ft H'NKKALS fnrnnned I Say save: you a trip to town in the Phono G5. cents. ,j, regular 12}z quality. 10 yards for b5c. j I for longer than one week.
.vnetsorspectaldeetgn. It
busiest season.
I: :.aO.3i:: Rest Gregory I nIght or in your be the -

> 211d1mIS I is everywhere successful medICIne admitted to in use_ for PARKER'SHAIR BALSAMClaose..oi E. BEAWNEE'S ONE-PRICE CASH
( ( '' most F. HOUSE
1 '
-'- Lo... N .lnO. bowel complaints both for children I Promote loiutiacl baordw 1"Owth.I u. ha. t ,
-- I family can afford to Taila to Beetore OU.iP
r\o Bayer
4 adult
Sr and Moral Leslgni- and I Color.
to tit
t.14 alit a reno ordered, KS Weft for customer Gregory mlm I be without: and medicine it. For by aU druggists I I Com".t<,ajp.a d.ooerDru A-S" a iLlVu,." I I.o lOj; SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.=gg



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I I REGISTER i The 42d Annual Statement for \- a..

Battred at tbe Port Office at Peneacola, ri Ending December slat, ItKa .,
Fla..MCODd-clat mailer.OITICE I It I I
t; I| The American schooner Donna Loony a negro who seemsto i '
t :-Fltl'. Banding, ai}$ Bontn I|, Politicians jjji i I 1 THE[ [EQUITABLE
4s hIaJO-.treH, op-,talr*. I If :. I I.| Christina, Captain O Axelson, from j i be "loony" by nature as well as (, SUPERVISOR ADAMS APPOINTS l[

"' Frontera via Tonala Mexico, with by name, was found on West Gregory -
-r last in the middle of i
I I. B. HILtsON, Managing Edi:or. I II 1[ mahogany logs, consigned to the I, street night LIFE[ ASSURANCE[ SOCIEt
Otis has i the road and running hatless, weston
Business Manager.1 I i Elam, Loftin: and Clopton will be Manufacturing Company, JI ,
sort 1i t the winning legislative; ticket. |I arrived at Sew Orleans after the !;!i that street. He was interceptedat !' The following deputy registration (;( Assets .... ...... ... t,

Term in Advance. I usual detention at quarantine. She the corner of Barcelona by Officer I officer have been appointed for the Reserve and other Liabuities -

: Invariably And it the j of opening the books in this | .... .. . . ,
calling purpose j 2
they are
';'l:;t Oc Year by Mail .....-. Ii 00 now | reports! having sailed from Hon ala i: Humphreys, who questioned him
(glx ontJn .. .. 2 SOOn ;Costonpolitan club. i ii > i county, so as to allow! white democratic I i --
May 26; had strong east winds, with j and, receiving no satisfactory replies Surplus (from which Divi,
Week,by Carrier. l'aYhlJl.l Monday 10 i I I! voters to qualify for the pri- j dendsarepaidi... . -
Wonder President Burns I ja high easterly swell and good I II sent Looney to the station. 'mary election called for July 15, i t =j
9 Uttrtnirg fates furnished en Applicafl.nr4 why '
4 I weather throughout. Captain Axel- I This morning Loony informed 1902: !( Paid to Policy-holders ID
wouldn't let Mr. Coston speak! at his ,
TELEPHONE NO. 118. i son also reports that on Jane 3, at 11 t Mayor Jones that he intended leav- No. 1 (Nix's Precinct-G. C. Clif- lool..f "
club meeting Wednesday! night? ford, registration office. '' New Insurance in 19o .:..
m I I''p. m., when at the head of the I ing last night for Marianna[ but as he ", No. 2-Kupfrian's, C. SI. Asker- Total Insurance in force

The registration books for the i passes, while sailing up the river, i j. sat in the waiting room at 11:20 gren. j I iDee. 31, 1901... .. .|: -
No. 3-Millview, W. W. Crow.
prinary election will close at 6 i io'cl.ek was ran into by the Morgan Line '' o'clock he heard a plot concocted to \o. 4-Ferry Pass, ti.: P. Hendrix. Notwithstanding the gret'

tomorrow afternoon. Have i steamship El Rio, carrying away I I I i do him harm. He said that everyone 'i No. -Beulah, A. J. Buzbee. I cial strength of the Society itj
E. ( greater security which -
No. Roberts and Muscogee, j
t PE18AOOLA, JUNE 13.1902AN you registered: young men? If not, bowsprit, jibboom, broke windlassand I who passed him pointed toward G. Bonifay. j| holders thereby enjoy u

do so at once. also carried away jibs and stays. i, him and led him to believe he wouldbe No.. 7-Pine Barren A. D. Nicholson. late I j': ter than LOW given and GUARAXTt-by other c -

I Alabama man reports havicj: I 'II Captain Axelson is a resident of i murdered. No. Crabtrees, Oliver White.

ri snake which had feet witL Pay your poll: taxes at once. Don't : he No. 9-Blufl Springs, A.J.Cowart.
;; killed a Pensacola and he and his craft are | Instead of notifying an officer I
No. lo-WardviIle. J. A. Godwin. KXOWLES BUGS
and toenails,but the delay till the last day. You cannot [ i .
toes newspaper :: well-known in maritime circles. i,\ grabbed his belongings and ran : No. 11-Walnut Hill, J. R. Stew-
U publishing the report does not name vote at the primary election unless! !I I i 1 I
t t I 'somewhere he could not tell and was art.No. General Agents.
brand of "antidote" the manu I 12 Willie Sheehan, Cor.
:t the before July 5. h.'l Years of Popularity i I IU -City
rt you pay up I lost when he met Officer
u ed. Humphreys. Intendencia and Alcaniz streets. 309 8. Palafox St.. PESO
the record of Painkiller (Perry i 1 Tuttle
--- --- was before the city court No. 13-City, Thos.! O. W. ,
it ; No one has ever accused Senator The campaign in the First and j Davis', but the shops are full of Imitation 1 Loony ., court house.

s+ } Mallory of being a humorist, but his Second congressional! districts will j =; made to sell upon the great yesterday| on a charge of beiug a No.Palafox 14-City and, Max Romana Goldstuker.streets corner FISH CHOWDERi

M- excoriation of Call, in his response be tame as compared with the new ; reputation of the genuine; be cau- dangerous character and was ordered Pat Mc Hugh's store. ,

to the latter's silly challenge to a Third. Here we have a warm triangular ,' tiou, therefore, when you ask for a i i to leave town. As ho did not .'. No. lo' -City, James Dougherty i i j! BY THE SEA SHORE f
afford bottle that DeVilliers and HfJmana Sts..
mock joint debate, will infinite to see you get the genu- he 60 the corner
go was given days on street. f
fUht, while neither Congressman
f' 't amusement to every one familiar i ine. An unfailing remedy for J. B. Dougherty's store.
No. 16 Pineville., J. E.Hubbird.No. .
;tj : with the personal charactersand I Sparkman or CongressmanDavis coughs colds. bronchitis. IT Brents, Aithur Fillill im. At the (Santa: Rosa !

public records of the two. I: ha any opposition.Now STATE AUDITOR No. -Mclivid, J. M. Harri..on.o.I9IoliIlO .

of-I A. J. Fillmiriin ,'establishment; the :.

iii 3 THE behavior of the be-ef trust I that ex-Senator WilkinsonCall HATCHET BRIGADE KNOTT HERE No. 20-Flomaton and Century Frank Maura, will giv

t ficiah constitutes:: a confession as W. H. Mayo.
has read senator Mallory"3 reply i i II i The book will be opened in the: ;i celebrated fl;h chowdei
consciousness of Besides
: well &:*: a guilt. WAIT FOR BURGLARS '
l above-named election districts at' at 5 o'clock
l hiding themselves from the to his peculiarly worded challenge -i 1 day p. m.
the! named Friday -.'
?f place on Thursday;
s of the law and from l he'll be --- I State Auditor W. V. Knott is in shore beach. The steal!
> ,, officers skipping maybe good ( and Saturday, Juue 12th,
1 ;, i etate to state to evade service of I II Burglaries facing so numerous hereof I the city today, on hU annual tour and 14th, 19u2.! -/ prise will leave Palaf'

I have gathered and This cambia Introduces !I examining the books of county ollicials The books will be opened from 7
'i'' process, they up year county i late in the "r:in Yard" the peopleI I : o'clock a. m. until 12, and from 1 2:::30 p. m. every Sunday

; burned, with anxious care, every into the political arena one of I are actually afraid to to sleep. as authorized by law. j I o'clock p. m. until 6 o'clock p. in. !] l '
record and document that might go I I 9jot T. N. ADAMS. j Foley's Honey and Tar
the most prominent and brainy |J Mr. Knott has been here since |1
r'i serve incriminate them. Innocent It was learned from good authority ----- ns opiates aud can safely c>
attorneys in the state-Hou. W. ': I Monday, and so deeply has he been .: to children. W. A. D'A..
people do not conduct themselves iu I this morning that several parties!, | For biliousness use Chamberlain's.Stomach
I 121 H. Palafox street.
4 tt:.,i this manner A. Blount-who has never here- when retire last engaged in his work that his presence |[ & Liver Tablets. They I
ready to night, secured -- --
I cleanse the stomach an j regulate j
tofore taken II I here has been known to but a1:
any prominent part
THERE was something exceedingly axes and hatchets and placed the liver and bowels 1. effecting a I
II' 134 134 134 134 134
t in politics!, but who, despite a heated few persons. quick and permanent cure. For ,
? chilly for the season in the "en' i I them under their pillows or beside I I II sale by all druggists and mediciut'l! ,,S.&L: ." .
? ? .: dorsement" of the Kansas City plat- factional fight, is to be elected to the 'i! This morning he finished his work dealers I
their bed with which to protect I i 134 -S-|
< 134
,s form by the Arkansas state demoS state senate without opposition. No |I themselves. here, giving Escambia county offi- : --- -- i

+tV l cratic convention. It reads: "We better illustration of the trust reposed -.I cers this time a good word and left IF YOU ARE i <;: Anton's Telephone,

recognize the Kansas City platform Several burglaries of a minor I 134 ,
in the man could be given on the City of Tampa at 1:30 I
p.m. TK\ IT'tiw
I as tie declaration of the national character have been reported in that LOOKINC FOR BARCAINS ; .
I national I than this. With W. A. Blount in o'clock for Milton where he will I :?- -.'
democracy upon questions neighborhood in the last few days w 134 134 Y34 134 134
until supplanted by action of a succeeding the senate as its representative, Es- I, I look into the records of the Santa I I
x(1 :t: national convention, and a: cambia county will occupy a promi- I Reveals a Great Secret. I Rosa county officers. I For the next ten days I will sell i i ;

r such we hereby declare a general dent place in the legislative halls, t It is often asked how such startling No special significance ii i attached you any article now in stock at a None Better

; o i endorsement of the same." cures, that puzzle the best physicians discount of :; from t;
2- the
: cent
per regular .
wt rj.j I and the entire "state will be proud of are effected by Dr. King'sew Dis to Mr. Knott'a present visit here. It -

L MORE and more, the imperative the record: he makes for himself and covery for Consumption. Here's the was but a perodical trip, and every price. Think of it-you will :
s cret. It cuts out the phlegm and I I 'Than the Best !
of effort increase
necessity to thestate's his county. county of the state will be visited by i savejilon a diamond ring or pin
;germ infected mucus, and lets the .1
population-and thereby its oxygen enrich and vitalize 1- him before his present duties ter-1' where at regular price it would cost

j' wealth-through immigration, is be The union labor men of Pensacola.1\ the blood. It heal tke inflamed minate. '$luO. See; you save 25 cents on ] < t
I > t lug impressed upon the public mind 'cough-worn throat and lungs. Hard ,
; The Gainesville News seconds this and Escambia" county are too inflli- cold< and stubborn coughs soon every dollar's worth you buy. Now i,

paper's motion for adequate support gent a class of gentlemen to be de- yield to Dr. King's New Discovery, CONCERT AND DANCE is the time to buy your diamond or BUFFALOBaking
the most; infallible remedy for all
for the bureau of immigration, and ceived by soft-soap speeches and Throafrand Lung diseases.; Guaran watch or any other article in stock

says: "The prosperity of the United I slushy communications. They are teed bottles 50 c and fl.OO. Trial: WELL PATRONIZEDThe very cheap. Call and examine PowderIS

!States attracts foreigners to these | bottles free at W. A. D'AlemberteX
fully competent to think for them- 121 South Palafox street. goods. Remember, this otter is for
shores, but the state should have i;
i ways and means of appealing) to the |] selves and they are going to do so in -- only ten days. No trouble to show THE BEST !

1 desirable class of emigrants that are j this campaign. The would-be labor BAY HOTEL TO band concert and dance at1.! goods. J. J. sTEPHENS:

continually coming to our country. | leader who boasts that he can de- .] Magnolia Bluff last night given by 112-South Palafox street.

_; Florida should have an intelligent. liver the solid vote to any candidate !' OPEN TO-MORROW :: the Pensacola Concert band, was ; rSf

administered bureaus 1 HaipyTimc In Old Tnun. f
economically well
I will bear watching. patronized and all who attended

s : immigration. Men who know and THE POLITICIAN. I __ I II I, had a most enjoyable time. "We felt very happy" writes R.

;;v, love the state, and who will present N. Bevill, Old town Va.when
The Bay hotel Joe Nicolau, These ,
--- ; concerts
--- ------- l, proprietor are becoming quite
.f the truth in reference to the advantages Buckleu's Arnica Salve wholly
Virulent Canter Cured. will open for business to- popular. The band is to be
l of the state to desirable immir congratu- i I cured our daughter of a bad case of

= grants." Startling proof of a wonderful advance ,! morrow. The restaurant will be up- :I lated upou its enterprise and complimented scald head." It delights all who

a -' I I is given by druggi-t G. W. '':to-date in every respect as well as''i for furnishing such delightful 'use it for Cuts: Corns, Bruises Ulcers

; I, Roberts of Elizabeth, W. Va. An ,| the hotel department. Mr. Nicolau I entertainment Eruptions. Infallible for Piles.
| old man there had longsuiferedwith .
t j Only 2;e. at W. A. D'Alemberte1 Guaranteed
j is quite popular in the Absolutely PureIt
j i what good doctors in-1 city and to !i
pronouLced Ladies Can Wear 8 In IPS (drug store-. 121 S juth Palafox. .
ith curable cancer. They believed hiscase doubt he will make a "success in hinew I
one size smaller attar using Allen's FootKa -- -
hopeless till he used Electric ., Ii i makes delicious bi-<- .
I i iI : > a powder to be
enterprise e. shaken into the shoes.
Bitter and applied Bucklen's Arnica i9 the latest !
,I It makes tlgbt or new shoes feel fins, etc.
l pa-y; gives
. -- I Halve, which treatment Complete- -- -- -- -- I II i instant rtlirf to corns and bunIOn.. It's L La Norm i See L. Bear & Co'sadvertisement You can prove this h.
I I i ly cured him. When Electric Bit- the greatest comfort discovery of the age. in BUFFAlOatrial.
Jim Brewtou the who
negro go K. I. K. PICNIC.I Cures and
prevent swollen feet ,
ters are ned to expel bilious, kid. another column. '
I i iI callous and tore tpots. Allen' Kout-Ka: : ..
. seriously stabbed Jerry Lenox. col i f nay and microbe poisons at the same 'I Is certain cure for totaling hot aching OSCAFi E *
I I -- ---
time this salve feet At all druggists and shoe Telephone 4-.:!. ,
exerts its matchless; Bids will be received to More, :'K- s.a
weeks since, I noon '
two up
ored was prelim-
4 Uou accept bubstitu-.e.
healing blood diseases any Trial package Fishing tackle of all kinds
power skin ,Monday: June 16th, 19"L', by the association HIKE: by mall. Addre* ,Aliens.olnmed,
iaarily tried before Justice Wolfe )I eruption; ulcers and sores vanish. LII Ituc N. L ,and good crab nets at the
Hitters bOi, Salve 2.c at W. A. D'Al- 'I for privileges at the picnic
s ;' yesterday afternoon and bound overt j j I emberte', 121 South Palafox. : and celebration to be given by the I Willis Hardware Co's. mm m

?' > the criminal court under an appearance --- ---- K. I. K. Magnolia Blufl. July 4. BIG MONTH IN TIMBER _
--- -- -- -
y bond of #:!'W. He could not FRESH YARD EGGS WANTED. IStoS.\ Seperate bids will be requiredfor I f !1
-- I I
#3 put up this amount or its equivalent them each privilege, as follows, viz:
Bring all to Nick
and was locked up. A1'05tle'sRestaurant 1. Bodawater and Lemonade. I. June seems to be climbing to the i
2 Coffee and Sandwiches. '
: front in the exports of timber and ...:- EW...
3 ;' "Dayli ht" Robinson, the other 3. Ice Cream and Cake. l9vvvvvv.Big ..\
4. Shouting (i lumber to foreign for ,
illery.Bids : ports already
f : discharged, ,
implicated was PROFESSIONAL
f will also be received for this month, there has: been over l,,-
II I"' there being found no evidence.i any OUO, E. St. Clair Thomas will remove special privilege not mentioned superficial feet Chipped, be. i

f against: him. I corns, bunions and ingrowing nails above. j sides a large quantity of other wood i ii
Prices :
j.t ;c c } Lenox, the negro cut, was able to without pain or blood. Will call at.j The sale of cigars will be allowed i: products. There have also been I II'IH

be out and appear against his a-s sil.t your residence if required. No. 521 .with each privilege. |i some large cargoes or general merchandise : 20c

South Palafox street. lltjlm.' i i The right io; reserved to reject shipped this month. I
ants. any [EDJSOI
r PH.N3GPHIMusic l J 1 r
!I -- and all bids.Address June promise to be the banner J.! t'OI'\;

3' Whooping Cough. bids to timber and lumber month. i iF.
Of what doe a bad tlt-te in your
J i' mouth leunnd you? It indicate My little ;on had an attack of D. W. C. YARBIIOUGH.FELOM. -- For Six Days OnlyPENSACOLA Free
I & With Each Mach.neFishing
A. M
that your stomach i Is in bad condi- I Iii ;. whooping cough and was threatened j:' ALLISTER,
lion aud will remind y< u that there with pneumonia ; but for Chain- :!
;t4',, nothing; so K": d for ouch a; dis 1! berlain's Cough Remedy we would < 12j-Jt; ---- Committee, A regular communica-1 I AT Tackle.
--- -- -- tiou of '
I IIl order Chamberlain's Stomach & have serious of" Escambia Lodge, I
as a time it. It al-o'
,wt Liver Tablets after having;: once ,: saved him froir several attack of FRANK SEGARI'S BATH HOUSE A:held:\oIj: F. A A. M., will be'' MUSIC CO'S 8 Base Ball,

} used the in. They cleanse and iu- '' croup.-H. J. rrxusFAneedito r : ', atSo'clock p, m. Mon- j l! I!
; i.v TI orate the stomach and regulate: II'<>fhl-llt mId, Fair Haven. Wash, i day, June 16th. I
'' i Deep water sea bathing, night or i I HARRY W. 37 S. PalaEo 51. i Tennis
vV .. the bowel For sale at 25 cents pf'r' For sale by all druggist and medicine day for white people only. Special I
box by all druggists and medicine dealer, i secretary
I j compartment for ladies, with
l lady at- ----- -- Ping Pong.
dealers. --- tendant. Neate-t II I
I ----- --- "- best and cleanest I "My Family Doctor. \
1 4j THE SANTA' KOSA I} bath house in the city. Bath o' i Blue Island III. ,
< cents. FRANK 14, 1901. Big Repair Shop'Can
,. 8VKF: BATHING KSTAIIL1M1MKNT t{ Eczema Cor. Cevallos and Zirragossa (Sts i! Mers.. ELY BROS.:-I have used
your Cream Balm in my family for
Bathing In the warm gulf waters ito y i;i now it r' Mfr.s the skin itcbe'!. oze!. 1 If nine year and it has become my La Norma Repair any old thick
finest ,: drlt' and you want a nice present to !
conceeded be the in the i M'd'tS': give family doctor for colds in the head.
:"InC to a friend, go and look through the And fit Keys to old 1<, 'E
for :e call any
world. Everythln!{ pleasurt' with ;: wi it tttter, silt crust or ,i Ijuse it freely on my children. It i ia is
salt rhear ,. elegant line of suitable !
: articles
safety. Good board and lodging, by i| Godsend to children they
week. Luncheon I The Migennp from it i is sometimes intfiise J. I. Htephens, you surely can find as are
the day or promptly troubled
more less.
served at all hour, day or night. ; Kcal .applications are resorted to- something to please you. If '\"ou'' Yours or B. Bruce
thi'mi'LMt .* ., respectfully, J. KIMBU.L
M:re. want anything in the
Diamond fine
}st CHARLES H. Brmox, It [ !I- '- ., ;:'.''f: .. or ac- be sure to see him before Judge for your=elf-Atrial size tWI Btn &CO's
you buy
2tn-tf Manager. imreil and. I itr-ifts LIU. these have tt't'1I1r..r.n'f'd !! --- -- ---- can be had for the small sum of 10'
- cent*, supplied by druggists or 15 8. Palafox.All .
'' CONCERT AND DANCE ATfAOOLIA Hood's Sarsaparilla Elegant china closets, mailed: by Ely Brothers, W Warren :
BLUFF THURSDAY sideboards and St., New York. Full size 50 cents.
N1G H f. TRAINS AT h. &:3t i' PCNI\"t'Iy ren.orts Iht r.:. hay radicallyand New kinds of chairs an
;t frmare-.ty! 'tr..d the 5
wise-t AND LAST TRAIN RETURNS I is an equal f>-r ail ut"lIroUS g :, The finest line of sterling silver chairs *
at Jllarstor
AT llfJ(). TICKETS 25 CENTS.1' lP,1t4i'15.BUVD Quina's- Low prices; easy goods and silver novelties is to* be I rocking

tR AT DEPOT. a f L-.r..ltit heel'I1o..nJc. TIil'!bClL i;: found at J. I. Stephens.:; '. Prices to $ Quina's. Prices are very
t (payments. ,i please all. It Buy It s L low.



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'NEAl, rreuoeni ;
fjjOSHEEVice-Preiident; F. C. NORTON Cashier;

C on eI en.oel Statement of the M. E. CLARK Asi't Cashier. THE WEATHER mVWmWEWWWmmWWI.



FORECAST-Fair tonight; Saturday

.RESOURCES....... ............ .... LIABILITIES. Increasing cloudiness, probably rain Jjj
!;!::. t.f. L -. ............. ......... f 07,303.02 1,23382 Capital Stock ...... .... ............... .... 200000.00 I and cooler; fresh, possibly brisk, northerly Extraordinary Bargains in g 41 !
(nrf't and Premium.... ...... ...... Surplus Fund.... ...... .... .... ...... .. .... 10,000.00 winds .
r. :;". l i. Fixtures.......... .... ...... 80,260.00 Net Profits........... ...... .... .... .... 7121.86 -
":::It ur and ...... .... .... ... .... ...... 6,718.48 Rediscounts........... ...... ...... .... .... 112,650.89 Wash Fabrics. 2
604.00 Temperature in Last 24 Hour
1g rta L" Circulation..... ...... .. ...... .... .... .... : in
...... ................. 75,00000
fay 1>1.0 FXl :',ange 270,337.85 Deposit ........................ ............ 451,674.42 Mnlmnm Minimum.______...___._-......_... ..?_. ._-..H 73degree degree- I'

I '

for business October $866.347.17 $666,3-17.17 Temperature Elsewhere Max : Min. 50 pieces 10 and I2c Figured ;

T"" Pened 23,1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will Atlanta_ ..... ........ ........... K 70Bumarcfc 5 c d (;
it 3 d" prompt' courteous and careful attention. give _... ......_.?....... .... ..10 41 Lawns for this sale yar
Interest I Chicago..__ .. ........... ... ....i.e .'* only i i
Paid on Time Deposits.B. Cincinnati_........_._ ..... ...H 74 ; ,
Galveston__ ...... ... ........ M !w 15c Figured Lawns
I Huron__._.l! I 52 now lOc ; i Ii.;
I Jacksonville................4% 74
FAIRCHILD lent school will become famous I Kaneai City _. ._. ........ 62 72 1 .I: 1,
H and Key West_. .....m....'.. .._......... W 7o 20c Figured Lawns and Dotted I
make Pensacola more famous as an Memphis. .. ....... _.......SO 76 :;
STERER educational H In Mobile.__? ?......?........ ........ W 7. Swisses 15c :
UJ'IXO centre. SOCIETY EVENTS Montgomery .?...........?........W 74 I :
New Orleans.. ....._..._.._ SO 74
38 EAST ROMANA STREET. The .cut price sale of new sheet Sew York...?._?..... ..... ......_. W W 26c Figured Lawns and Em-
Savannah........_ ............ W 72Ht.
.':....ft *. ., Refinishing Furniture a music will be continued for another : Louis ............. .. ....... W\ 7H broidered Swisses 17%c ; .
Scecialtf.j week by the Pensacola Music Co. AND PERSONALS

35c Figured Lawns Dimities
-> no noR 403. The strong eat well, sleep well, f, ,J

-- look well. The weak don't. Hood's MARITIME. 1 and Imported Ginghams 20c 1 .

K. WHITE, Sarsaparilla makes the weak Miss Stella
strong Dansby is
visiting : --- 48-inch Embroidered Silk Swiss 1\\
friends at Hendersonville N. EXFORTH.
Jeweler C.
fahmJk'! '' ICE-COLD WATERMELONS AT For June to date .... ... H'4 formerly 75c, this sale 50c "
an ..raduat 1 Optician, THE GARFIELD ICE CO'S. H. H. Patterson of Atmore, Ala., 1
-- -- is .
the -
among visitors here today. ARRIVED.ItsaMoDglhello.7UV. -
I.aatl fel *t.. awoU.,FU Latatrlll. New Orleans I;
W. G. Hitey returned '' to Gull Transit CoCLEARED.
J afternoon from Murfreesboro ,
p Teun. I .
Mrs. Linn R. Walker Br ss Koval. additional cargo for Man r JJ i
and children: cheater,Ii.UI: ib tt awn timber value fist Telephone 193 '" '<
JlOTEslDrumelzier 33-35 Palafox St.
CLAIM HEARD left for the north today to spend the ; *
JEWS summer. I SAILFDir 1
./ I BS Royal, Williams. Manchester ; J.'I'NHNH'IWHmmm"NI I:
Haleott Anderson will leave tomorrow --.

-"- h II For about ?ixhours yesterday the for New York, where he AT QUA RANTIrE.Rua ;! i
will II bk Rhea, w', Nyroot, Port Natal, to 'J
and ship attention of County Judge McCul- study order If You Buy Them at the Boston Hhoe Htore. They are Good i ;
Nor bk Sunbeam, Kti! Andersen, Buenos i I.
v .r from quarantine __ ______
lagh was occupied in hearing the Mrs. Jno. E. titillmau left on the i Ayres to order -
:l'"id. ban bkt Norma :11\.1. Albertsen, Para, to ''
testimony in a case which meant noon today for South Florida Basra, iiunwody Co l
ala boys hive re- on a visit to friends. AID sch cairie A Norton. 41;". Eastman 'ITS !'
much for property holders along I New London, to J no A Merritt Co NO USE TO HUNT ,
'iito' the picnic J. Macgibbon of1 = Br slip Kings County, iiHU, gaiter, Cape
the water front. cogee was Town via Barbados to ord..rTHE
11"t'U Sunday by the among the arrivals at Merchants i'I
.. club of Moutgotnr Mrs. John Webb put forward a SHIPPING. \
yesterday afternoon. I FOR BETTER SHOES li
claim to the property on West Pine
Earl Thornton returned this morn VESSELS! : IS PORT.BTEAMSH1IM. I
Wilkinson Call failed street abutting the water front and ing from Auburn, Ala., where he has' OR BETTER PRICES '

,'iiididate for United on which are situated business been attending college. : Br A J Hocken,, Bennett, to Pensa
cola Lumber THAN THE '" < .
Aitliiu the pecified houses conducted by W. A. Dunham Hr Batten Hall, 1575Veppener, to Iaarb, ?
Mrs. J. Trammell and ;
i Dunwody Co
.4 kicking up a
and Dave Levy Plaintiff claimedthe of Muscogee were the Br Cento, U'U: Adams, to W. !t. KtystrA
w i "aut;! to be let in among guestsat Co
Vo property under an old grant 30 Merchants yesterday. I I Ir Drumelzter: :!&, Emerson to W 8KeyserACo Boston Shoe Store f

I years or more old, and submitted in Alex. McGowin, 1 S.:) J. Foshee and I! Br Horsley,2HO. Northfell to order
Mr. H. Rathwell of j j i Span: Ida. If*). Arana, to Gull Transit Co
( support of her claim receipts showing M. A. Rabb of Brewton are among Br John Bright, lib:' Wyness,to Pensaco
in this issuer
la Lumber Co HAS FOR MEN AND
.' county commis-! I that her husband, now deceased, the business visitors here today. Transit Itr Mlddleham Co Castle, It-a: Lloyd, to Gult

: ""''Ifive.Ir.Ha.lh- had paid taxes on the property and Miss Louise Kahn has returned i SHIPS.I'.r FOR WOMEN.
Lizzie Burrell. In distress
i -wij citizen and a therefore she was one of the legal from the New York Conservatory of i I' Hue Ocean 14M, Matts en, to S S: Leo .

i !Mifriends ask fore Music where she has been for the BARKS ....Full Value in Wear, Style Comfort....
owners by right of inheritance. I Nor Alexander Lawrence IKK.:: Haaversen,
voters. past year. I, to W SKeyter&Co It
I After the plaintiff had submitted \ Bus Albion.ff.Ci. Snail to H: H LCo ,
.. e little fifteen !! Mrs. J. H. Jones of New Jersey; It Berslgliere, lull, Peeko to Baars. but '
all evidence, a motion demurring to I moody A:: Co
t.-r ofIr.. J. E. I and Mr. Kidney Davis of San: Fran-j Columbinl.C.4h.. Parodl. to order !; BOSTON SHOE STORE /
II ;lace at Myrtle Grovet I the evidence was made and sustain- I cisco are guests of their father Mr. ]I bl'rCo Kus Lima,W70 Burke, to Peniacnla Lam ,

H. J. T. FillimRim olli- ': ed by the court, in this way keepingthe ; L. M. Davis. I j Nor Mataura USD. Kruusgsanl, to S Pl I "
Iud was attended by a larg e i if I. KhotterCo i NATHAN (J. rOltrilii.Miit.: Proprietor.
case from the jury, which had I KRIfiS.
All ladies who wish the !
to join i It I>ue8orelle I!., order
| IH'.l'osta. to
> Mr. Williams' friends, all '
been empaneled to try the cause. I gymnasium class should notify Dr. MHOOM.K8.L'nlun Leaders of Low Prices. 117 South Palafox Street. : I
11' sympathize deeply with! I 7i, Foster Kualon, to maH..rUP I- I
grief I This decision makes the city the I Edmund Hall or attend the meeting i .

rightful and sole owner. While Tuesday at 11 a. m. i i OLKAKEU AND HAILED FUK PEN 52525252SZS25ESES2S252 ; ; 1J'J
ti concert by Prof. Wyer's I I 8ACOLA.BTKAHBHIPB.. I
Mrs. Webb sought and failed to City Tax Collector Neils McK.1 I .
lie : was heard and
I dlpos"'eisIesrs.' Levy and I Oerting and party returned this ': Beatrice., Br. :11i:!!i, Edwards IVnarth MavS :
number of citl- t
r a large ,
HeUingborg bwed imii I. bclireill Kotter-
Dun-I from
morning a fishing 'II
usrht. Thero was jut ham of the property, the city very pleasant dRill May IrtLlansannor ; ( /
II trip up East Bay. Itr, ?!: iwever, that come of move them at any time and by a niero 1lf(
Langbam. Br, sld llarnick June g] j
Miss Agnes Turtle returned home
mibers were heard with I
resolution adopted by the council recently Purtueal"t<* I'.r. 2 i7,Jenkins at Hamburg
yesterday afternoon from May :.11Silverditle .
tattle of the yelping of I Washington
will probably do so when iti 1) C., where she had been visiting ,Jr.1711.. Hall lid bbleklJune4vdenham Wj '
in';. I'.r. bId -t'IDc"ntl'V. Mays all i iI pr iij
{ will be decided to build the wharf friends for some time j I 1 7. lplrak bat, Span, sid Bilbao-Marcli :!'i I SlS ESZSHSHS H HSESESH5H5H5 H! J '
me talk among the II surfs
there. I II _
in this city of having j -___ ___ ___ W. J. Dickinson' third vice president '1 Kndymion, Kus. !:...;. sld East London ; ,
March ID\ ..
m;; meeting, to which I i of the Louisville and Nashville BtEEs i I
MEAT & MALT has a marvelousdietetic
' II I representatives of I value. While refreshing j| railroad, arrived in the city ye-ter- Hugo Antonio Nor l'rtr,75Md,"*'\I. at! Table Palma Bay May March 15 7 : Three =
.,unties in the new day afternoon on au official visit.Miis olive Mount, It,lid Leitb Jan 12 Day SpecialTHURSDAY
Virginia, It, sid IV
Malaga April I
I and pleasant to take, it helps assimilation I
located this side of Regina Roswald of Montgomery I
!lee river for the of food. Sold byDANNHEISSER arrived in the city yesterday The 1'ineht Fabric I

.."isiug; the meeting I BROS.: afternoon and is now the guest of made by human skill is! coarse compared i' $$ FOR MEN if

''Ived in the pre;elltj.omet the Misses Kahn on East Chase with the lining of the bowel $$

I Garden hose at the WilUs\\ street. ', When this tender membrane is irritated

specimens !' Hardware Co's._____ I The Misses Gritrhi will close their we have griping pains, diarr- t tt .. '

*,. have seen recent- :,I Everybody has a right to a little dancing class for the season thi+ i h
.llIual catalogue oftroug' i j I piece of this earth. But they must II evening. These dances have been a i be the cause of the trouble, take I I

: Pensacolajut fight for it. They must watch their source of great pleasure to the young Perry Davis' Painkiller according to ;i

: i i'"ued from chance to get it, and get it. people this season. 'the direction with each bottle.! THE OFFERINGS QUOTED HERE for the

r}' S. White. The Thos. C. Watson & Co. I Travelers in all climates carry Pain I IN

--lIcee; and liberal have some particularly fine bargainsto I Misses Etta and Mary Morrison killer in their grip sacks. Lirgebottle NEXT THREE DAYS selling, the values :
', offer just now, and they invite entertained a number of their young 25 and 50 cents
i i. It. pages i is mot' i I you to come and investigate same. [ friends at the Park Hotel last even- -- -- ----- speak for themselves. They only need your :
u i is to be hoped I|I I You will never regret having done '
ing. Delicious refreshments were Grass Shears that will
I' ; cut f inspection and interest to insure
-- l' go on, this excel-1 8) corona_ u __ _and__ all__n _had___ a_ niiuf_u tii.ivntil H_. .. ____> :' close, at the Willis hardware quick buying. ; I

i I time. ;' Co's.Ironing. If you are in doubt as to the values we offer, I
'9 '9
.. S.,II' Clerk A1.. McMillan I! who .
County ask your wife, has learned the economy of
turned yesterday afternoon from
Greensboro, Ala., where he had ;goneto attending OUR SALES. You get here the

witness the commencement t-xer- worthiest at less
goods a price than
!'ci"ei of the Southern University you pay

JNUNNALLY'S i jWliich institute :\McMillan i* a r v elsewhere for cheap, shoddy stuff l

Pp Pf i trustee. .1 -

i I Mr. I N. Snook and wife of lu- 4-50 i DOZEN MEN'S SUMMER SUSPENDERS 10 CENTS.-& j

*> HIGH GRADE "* 1: dianapolis Ind., who have been in

'! the city for a few day*. left thi .iii at) dozen Men's Hose! in ab=olut*>ly 12-< d'zpnIfoll'; !' Drill Drawers, Un .
i afternoon for Indiana. The gentleman "-( r fast black, red and blue, bleached : a big value at I A
P 1 has been in the postal service vy sold the country over for 15c 2.fc 25ebuta phtnominal one 1 I 'Ub| ,I

for L0 years, and for 10 years has tOe or THREE pairs for. .. at . . . .. .. .. .. .. i vu ,

CANDIES been a letter carrier in IuduuapoU. ?
'Iii dozen Men's Negligee Working 21 dozen Men's Bleached
I file has a son on board the training Drill
I ., Shirts, light and dark col. Drawf'ls'-lic knit baud, '
!ship Hartford at the navy yard and lore, collars attached, regular f\ a garment without }f\

.. during their stay here Commander oOc seller..... ..... ... _UU at the price ..... .an....equal... .l "/;,UV ; j'

0 i .II\va\'s Fresh and Excel All Others. Reeder kindly allowed the sailor: lad 1.r
, i to remain on shore altogether with Day White Netrliees-Our entire uoo Colored l'-e,{!li>:ee-Our entire line j
his line of Celebrated .Stiatford: ," of "Kmperor" fthirts in endless
'f. paients. has tu terror to those whose kitchenis white pique and madras '"' sarietyof colors and pat. r ,
i Khirtwith cuffs to match, II ferns regular '
( I Of All Hot Weather Enemiesof equipped with a Gas Range. No':'1 to oat .. .. .... ... ...... 3 ue+..:. .. .. .. ... .... ..val-...: ,1LAC
BY. i i
...FOR ..
humanity cholera is the w'rst.I heath: up of a whole hou on a

I prompt.Treatment When to be vomiting effective ,must purging>:% hot day. Heat is only applied where ,:' 50 PAIR MEN'S SATIN CALF SHOES, plain. t4:, single i hci | u ::1 ;

SOL CAHN & CO. and sweat announce that the disease needed. As a matter of domestic guaranteed solid, the same we always ell at b1.fAl. now..... .. Oiill) ; I

is present, combat it with Perry economy a Gas Range will soon pay .1

1 1 Davis' Painkiller All bowel troub- for itself in saving fuel, when com- i SEE OUR SHOW WINDOWS. j f C

jj STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERS, I lIes, like diarrhea, cholera morbus pared with an old style coal or wood --..--- ..-. - -- ...
and dysentery are overcome by Pain fire, and you cannot over estimate : i 1'

f corner Palafox and Intendencia Streets. = killer in,all It equally healthpromoting the cleanly comfort fuel and in warm convenience weather.of this w. J. & B. FORBES

5 phone 178.1 ..* ." Pensacola FTa. k f VT is the latest! ------ I
g Q A1 OPIU {] See L. Bear & Go's; Pen acoa c Gas Co h
Lfl 11 Ul 111 fl advertisement in ,, Cleaning ladies skirts and waists I I will repair your watches and
" !is cne of OT specialties. Star Lana- Jewelry in first-class _____
:,.: another No. 3 S. Palafox St., nsao'i' Fli I I I dry. (I Stephens. style _J. I

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_,. *.. .", >. <8i '!f. ,J. ,-. _...",!, ........ :- .._
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i Could Hardly Believe It. AProDllnentWoDlallSaredFroIU With Wheels Clicking March, Twain c ,

SOOTHERNRAILWAY Are Made One. No. 120 Seventeenth _St.. WASHINGTON, D. C.

I Death l IIr lydia E. Plnkham'sVegetable Atlanta June 12.-W/th a sleepingcar

I Engineer and Fireman Killedat Compound. : on a fast moving Seaboard Air "If every suffering woman If you are a !sud'erin"" .
I has the with man we would tWine
Line express train as a drawing room | same experience say

Post of Duty. DEAR MBS. PIXKHAM :-I suppose a !1 a railroad conductor as best man and of Cardui that I had, that Wine of Card u &
large; number of people who read of your medicine will be most fails to completely car as
my remarkable cure will hardly believe 1 I other members of the train crew act I popular. About a year ago case of !c'lIlale.ilb, \\ ",

TWENTY PERSONS INJURED it{ ; had I not experienced it myself, I ing as witnesses. M. Siegler of Aikei I I began to have a worn out ner>r tt

know that 1 should not.gwa 6. C., and Miss Mary McNeill.\ of Wh'.t- tired feeling with lassitude, to benefit.!; Every da., ,
I pains ia the back and head dreds of sufferers are wri.
I Wreck Occurred Near Juliette, Ga., mire S. C., were united in marriage I which kept increasing every to our ladies Advisory o!

yesterday several minutes after the i i month. I felt that I needed partment. The letters ars

Between a Passenger and FreightTrainSlow I train had pulled out of the depot at : something, but to get the opened by persons a )':, .

I Watch of Freight En Whitmire. I II right medicine was the trou N". Boo,Owm. tent to give alvice. Mr.

I I I I The couple boarded the train at ble. I finally decided on Jones was cured by f .
gineer Said to Have Been Cause. Whitmire. As the wheels began to re your Wine of Cardui{ and only nudd to lUg the advice which was frwiy: gir
take three bottles when I was fully rcher by the Ladies' Advisory T'' ar
Juliette Ga., June 11.-AI soutJ: volve the prospective bridegroom I covered." meat Miss Owens was cured wit"1

,I I bound passenger tram from Atlantafor sought out the conductor and told him HEN Miss Rose Owens, who advice by just buying a tl.OO c + i.

Macon struck a freight train headon that he wanted to get married. He I has responsible position in Wine of Cardui from her drucctat' a;
W -
at a high rate of speed about 3110) requested the conductor to act as best i the Government service at taking this great medicine m tl.) ,, .

1 j yards south of this place at 2. !0I rI r- = man. W.E.. Cason, the (conductor I Washington, D. C., decided to racy of her home. Xo doctor sanimation
I .
I ; JaiIBC. treatment or advice:
I clock >'esterJay a tt rnoon. The PlY U agreed, and arrangements were male try Wine of Cardui, she made a wisechoice. u. n.
You have read what .
I I'ssar} tl
gin*er and fireman of the passenger with the Rev. 0.j B. Wright of Johnson Over a million women have cured have itt..n. Is
women \\
I I been relieved of female weakness this '
i i train were killed instantly and over S. C., who'was on the train topl'rform by enough to lead to determine I.
I I same Wine of Cardui.: It i) not you '
f I a !score otthepassengersu'errinjur d. the ceremony.The strong medicine but may be taken everyday arid of suffering?

c Among the injured are a r.iuuh. of I.' \ + 1. conductor of the train called in I j in the year by any woman with August 13, 1900, Mrs. W. n '

I < (i i prominent Atlantans.The '( u.;; i : \ ([ W B. Cochran the Pullman condu"j j benefit It does not force results, but of Cameron Mo., writes:

1 : I, killed and injured arc: SADIE E KOCH. I tor; J. L. Grace the dining car superintendent. I corrects derangements of the menstrual "I suffered terribly at monthly ore,
; : ; I suffered for months with It the for three I would
; Trainmaster P. f{. Sellen and organs. strengthens nervous years. sometimes g
The Dead. troubles peculiar to women which i I system, gives tone to the bodily func seven months with no flow at alL ',
C, A. Martin! the dining car condiK-
: : James T. 1'ittinac.: of Atlantain gradually broke d>mn my health and lions, acts directly on the genital I have my health back again aria 4I
1 Ij of my very life. I TV'as nearly insane I j tor to witness the c(>remon)'. The i I organs, and is the finest tonic for women expecting to be confined in Janus
j I i, gineer the pas=c-r.ger. with pain at tunes, and no human I I bridal arty then assembled: in the known to the science of medicine. cannot praise your medicine enoug
: :! s.1. V.'eit; i.egro, AtlaLU.. Sienjir.: skill I consulted: in Milwaukee could aisle of the sleeper, facing the min'st'r. -

} on the passenger.: brin: me relu fi I' wiioM: back was toward the en A. million 8uffen'

!:: : : : The Injured. i, *' hatt..nti"n was called to Lydia I pir.iAll 01 the passengers in the car WINE of CARDVI h ave ,. t
i i I:. Pinkham's"t'n.tallle: Cum .. \V .
I rtd around the and with
: Isaac Hashinskl! of Macon, rose ani pound ; the nest ottle' broupht r>> j Kath part)
: ;: right arm broken; Mrs BashinsKi: li ef. au 1 the secoml h .the an absolute i I the wheels of the swiftly moving era rclicking

" : snuck Hen IVarson. prison guatii cheal I eould nut believe it myself, i !: an impromptu weildii.t; marc'r.!

: I :: 1 mashed Judge! JI. B. Gtrrx. o! and f..'.t sure it vr-is uric temjioYary, I' on tai rails the ('ouplere mad. UIR THE NEW GROCERY STORE.
but lil-ssinl far?. I h::\e now l hwn well
> : )incur, contusioiio in head and LJ.i'::': ,'. the best of health, .
fora y'a enj--\ DEATH OF WALTER HOWARD. 0= = .::- = :::-:::: = -::-= -::-= :::-:::: =-=== ::-= ::--0
: : '
I1agga.ema"ter Hendricks. ot Ja'ks .
I 11 and earn >t in w ips e\pre s my: pratitulo. -
: : | : fa, hut abo'it less aldho." .iy.; F. K >.:lterelyours.. "SAMIK, KOI'H. ,' -

: l.iliianl of .Atlanta bruises about ]1'11 nth :'L. M '.-.' aukee, \\iiv-$$oi)0 'BriMiart! Young Journalist Dies of WILL MOYER
fof'eit ij aOo.t! test n,BI..O. :?mt genuine. '; Ccnsurrption at Asheville.
i boilj ; K D. Cochran of Atlanta. bruis I
.3c I'd about Such unquetionable te.timonyproves '!| AMt'ita. Jus** 12.! -Walter Howard, First-Class
H. S. Keeps
1 body.: Penny, of All in the power "f L.iilia I:. Pinkliaiii' { ; a Complete, Up-to-Date Stock
I ta. right leg injun-d.: Mrs J, 0, Ear. the well known Atlanta newspaperman
) ; V.' t.t.11lt. Cuinpouud over
l ) : ot Maeon: bruised on head and che.,- ; diseases of ;\\omen i iluM l suddenly yesterday mom of Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries.

:Mrs Dora NX hols, of Macon. heal AVonien should rt'ineinber that i in; at a ('onntl)" house near AM: -

/ bruised; A. II. Williams, of Atlantaarm 1 they are piMileved to coiiMiltBIr I ville. N. C., where he had been: flr NJ 30 W. Government St., Salisbury Block;

: and nose injured; B. P. Johnson ] :>. I'iukhauhat Lynn: Dla s., several months for the benefit of TELEPHONE 327,

of Atlanta, hurt on face and heat: about their Ulncss, entirely free. I health

| James Green, freight train conductor, 1 i, The deceased was a journalist ,iiwid. .

'1 hurt in the "The Lady or the Tlter!" i ,- reputation. His career as an
: eye; Er.gim-er Gail)'. ol f ,
Once, refeirm to "The Lady or the ". itol' beaan the Atlanta Journal 'I
: eight train, hurt in! leg by Jumping, ? on ICE AND WOOD.
I Conductor Eacntt. of the passenger: Tigei' :" Frank U. Stockton said: with which paper he remained lor ,i

slightly; injured: Dr. Walter J. Brown "I cannot answer the question for I many >> ars. Afterwards he became a iI i
> of Atlanta .skull:) wound and knee sever.y have no earthly idea myself.! I really I member! of the editorial stat! of UIHI :

injured; Dr.1.. : [. \. :Nixon, o( have never been able to decide whether I :New YOlk Journal and here his most j jaUcerpfiil I THIS SUMMER THAN EVEK I'EFCRE
the lady or the ticor! came out of that : cork done. |
Koine collar l hone broken and lua'rt was l
; Ja* hurt. door. Yrt I must defend myself. Peo-1 i I Mr. Howard was about 33 years if1I SEND US YOUR ORDERS NOW.

The passenger train; was crowded i pie! for years have upbraided me for I me and is survived bv his wife, for. i
leaving it a Some used to. |
with dentists on"a)' to the state mystery. I lI1f>r]} Mi.-s IS"IIe :Newman, eldest Thompson Olsen & Co.
write lie that I had no rIght to impure .
f Jeiital convention no+ in session at i 'laughter of Jude l and :Mrs W. T,

i Macon. Thc.e uf the injured who Were that upon r.'aniier.the good However nature of, when the public I !started 1111||' :Newman, of Atlanta. They were mi'' ; Manresa Street, Telephone 1-+ 1.

: ; not vied Ot t. 1, lsy: : i|
I j seriously hurt were taken to the ; _.
II in to write the "story I really intended i --------- -- ----- -" ---
I station at this place, where they to;;' to mush! it, but it wtlull1l1H'r I let itself i :Mr. Howard had long been a *ufr>. i i ESTABLISHED 1863.

I the next train for Macon be Hi!isht'd. I could not decide" and to.1 er trom (consumption, having had hi > i ---

p Tn.Hf'd, if erred on a sharp c'irvnear this day I have, I assure you, 110 more ; lira attack some three or four yeariaro. ,, '!

( this [,lase. It is not Known d fi.lIill'lr idea than any one else. He was advised; by some of th McKENZIE RTDfQ & CO.,

i| whether the freight train was'at I lie-at phybuidr.s! in the country to stli'; o
I! a ntan.til! or not. The engin r MI1U. and (Cr.eLer working! three years aao. _but' his grit '

anil fireman >f bee th trains saw that a I Ii In the urti< Ie on "Dietetics" in the i; love for his profession made him ke<-!.
: and
; | Ship
I collision was int-liable several sec, Enclycopada; P.ritannica which was ;, up his work almost to the very lat, Chandlery

ands before the trains struck. Th* written by Dr. T. K. Chambers an !!., had been for years gathering ma' ,
boa AND
i'I:i c'r.of the freight! engine saved then inert authority, the information is em-I tenal! for a series of novels! hit expected ';> .......
en that Dr. Cheyne. a well known write.
I !I selves l and fireman of the lish physician spent sixteen years !in REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLING'S HOISH CO *
i : mained at their! po-ts pass -n.;er When train the rp the prime of his life without suffering! I' Kron Prinz Wilhelm's Fast Record GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A, RUB8EL & BON'S PCMPri

i i trains or loss of vigor, while he succeeded Berlin June 12.-Emperor! William Cum Ctrdigi Paul Ills Intici! lastrnBiats
i came together the conruasionwas Chris, iitiirs, Ih'n!
and the prince have ,
preserun,* his health and strength on crown telegraphs I
so great, although Engineer Pitt
I a daily allowance of only three pints their i-or.giatulations to Herr 1Veigandthe COMPASSES LOGS, ETO.

I man had reversed his throttl0, tint of milk and ouly six ounces of crack general director of the North G--,. C. McKenzie Drifting Collecting Agent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent A3ociation.
both engines were badly wrecked an:! .
ers. Through all those years he alsokept man Lloyd line of steamers on th>
inside the cars s"ats and dwrs
were up constantly the active practice nw record made by the Kron PrinzWllh'lm
torn from their
fastenings; and
flying of his laborious profession.The between New York and Eddy
through the air injured many of U..' r I
stone. The Kron Prinz Wilhelm left The Star
I passengers. Orphan
T T< :New York June 3 and made the pa: *.

1 Slow Watch Cause of Colision.: Two little girls (leaned over the fence sage at an average speed of 23.53 knots

; that incloses the playground of the Lit per hour, which Is the best
After the a<'('ident Engineer GaK( | eastward Biggest Busiest Best !
tie Wanderers' The Christ
home, says ,
1 for speed the ,
i, who ran the freight train, stated record !across, Atlantic.
tan: lee: seer.
l |I i his watch was; five minutes slow Met i "Oil. try!" said one. "Don't they TEN YEARS IN BED.
i ': said, that he : '
was trying to make
the have a good time? If I should be an R. A. Gray, J. P., Oakville, Ind.,
i Billing south of J'lliette instead of th orphan, 1 am coming: here. !writes: "For ten years I was confined it

: one at the depol He believed: that th! .' "Oh" said the other "the one at fox |i' to my bed with di>ea-e of the \\Ve Gather Up Thin :

i passenger; traIn was behind limp a<- bury is ever so much betttr. I would kidneys It was so severe that I
I otherwise he p could not move of the time. I
expected to meet the part
i i 1 :go; there! if I were an orphan." rvA tl From ali of the
consulted parts
I train at the dejiot The I the vl'rht',t medicalkill city
passergtr "I uMu't. little
w replied girl :No. I, = available but could
:: gt no relief
: train, however, was; exactly on tim 'cause in this one I'd be near papa until Foley'Kiiuer Cure was Our delivery men will C,H

: There is no other cause except thit and mamma." !'
recommended me. It ha* been a wLere, at time that
any suit-
ghee by Kngmepr Gailey! to which thaiculent -' ; Godsend to me.V..- A. D'Alemberte -

'an be a'tnbut'MBERNHARDT \\liu Mr I HUKPT tip Coifrley 1t'ataS 121_Houth_ Palafox._ 1 I Write or telephone us and w* ..
.r Ilrtwr de Co\erley was the name H
I Know One !nre liemedy deavor to serve you better U A;
AND ADAMS. of a member of the imaginary club of
loran obstinate co..!. I'j came n ***n\.I:&!. '
tw..runder whose direction Add other Laundry can.
J; ,, They Will Play In French In the Unit son's Spectator was professedly,; ( pub1 1 BANNER SALVE

ed States This Fall. lished lie was an old school bluff, __ '

< ,, I ondon. June 11.-Sirce Sarah Bern irood hearted and simple Lnglifch get he most healing salve In ALL WORK C. 0. D. GOCfiS CalM[ for and DfliTfKi' F:: ,

\ hardt arrived in London it has hern tleman. The dance named after him ban

'' finally d| 'rided that she is to produce EnUsl1l'ontra dance corresponding: Marston $ Quina are sole TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST.

;, "Uoimti and Juliette" in the L'niteJI faomcw hat to the Virginia reel agents for the celebrated I WALKER INGRAHAM
--- -
; |I States during her tour if that cotintry. Odorless Manager.
Ready to Yield. i! refrigerators,
| which begins next October. Maul '
"I ued DeWitt's Witch haze
absolutely i guaranteed or --- ------ ---
Adams will take the (part of Juliet.:
[ Salve fur pile* and found it a (,t'rtainrurf
Mine I Bernhardt and :Miss Adams money refunded. |, Medical Society, Attention,
>." :H. H. Meredith Willow __
will play in French while the supporting Grove. D iy:l. Operations unnecessary i'yny-KaUam Iteuece. Itlght Away mm DISEASES There will be a regular meetiiii

company will use the English to cure pile*. They alwav yield to ud maki a 6 wtily end ctcoiuiu! sad colwks : I he Pensacola Medical Hociety .
language!; This combination I the Board of Health office ::11
will appear DeWittWitch hazel :'tlve. Cure I I There's lot of money to be made
; : in Ixindon during the seasonl9ol of skin dea*. all kind of wound*. in real estate-lot* of it. A real e3- are thu molt du] of( all di*. ) Visiting p.m.physicians Tupsday, June cordiaiInrited 2J

l \ : at one of Charles Frohman's thfi Accept no counterfeits. Hari: tate sign i* usually a fin2er-board to list/. to attend. are

i aters. Kahn.Pharmacy, Jol.u :Sheppard: Sidney wealth. Thos. C. Watson & DR E. F. Bar" E

j Mr. Frohman has engaged Hilda!! Co., the leading Real Estate farm Preside
' Sing to with have some offers which it would KiDXEY CUKE III DR. W. C.
; ; ; appear : Virginia Ham I Water FOLEY" DEWBERY
coolers that do not f be worth your while consider. Go Iltrut.M n25ttf
i in the American production of "Iris ItaMJ J Secretary.
' waste ice at the WillisHardware !and see them today, and don't wait ,
I:. S. Willard has engaged lauJen till tomorrow

aly.. who is now in San Fraccis.v. Co.'s. or manlY refunded.rtnudlej Cofltald Marston $ Quina carni

i i i I for his American tour, which is alsi!: ---- Foiey's KidneyCUrem. noogolztd by clnl. : the largest line of matting
; to begin In October. TLe finest hue of umbrella in the I
city i i.* at J. I. Stephens'. Go lookit cs kidneys and bladder rl2ht.a.A.Arre Bent physicians u the vest fOfKJdnly I rugs, window shades, etc. .

Bey of Tunis Dead. tem.! - t w and BItddtr troublu. in the city We lay our

:, Tunis, June 11.-Sidi .\li, the Bey of Bear, the i 8 K.r.dY3aHaiir3
j I i Tunis dial this morning Sidi Ali wail \."OTb'E i- hereby given that on June 25.f 9gnalan; : W. A.
; .' born Oct. 5, 1M7. He was the son of RULWAC"I'\ay ..lll apply TEBM1NAI. tO- NOTICE.
,!I Sidi 1 Ahsin and succeeded fcja brother, tar t>o\'rrnor of the!' stiateof< !' Florida for lt Estate of 1.. M. Kimberly, deceaa*.!.
: Sid lohaml'd-:adok t Oct. 27. 18S2 FXCl'RSIOXTo
J .' the second article thereof eball read IU Jol10' I day of July. A. I>. \'fi.: I ..ill apply to "
Deceased be- is gucceeded by bIg son, '': Honorable Probate Judge of Encam' .
''2.1 he! general!' nature of the business' Lauijels *
'' Mohamed who to be county a discharge from ta-
sfas born ia 153. Tte "transacted shall bl aCQIUltlon.ownllr. : adminIStration of aid estateWILLIA'
: reigning family t>t Tunis 1:11 cupeJ! "hip and operation of a 6}stem!' of strert- Again 2I.W.HARPER ( KISHFJa.Toimlm -"
the throne "carliniHin the City ot Pcu5aeola and \1'cinity : : AdmlaliiraKj
i since 1631. .. and of a line c(railroad from a point &.
-in the "ity of 1'en-aoola to the 1'ensacola Aw I
WAS WASTING AWAY. Na\y Yard to Barrancas, and to a pOint or I
"points oa the jolt ot Mexico, all in the LODGE
The following letter from Robert "county of tscarubla Florida and the acv DIRECTORY

i R. Watts of Silein, Mo., i* initruc- "qui ttion.ownershipandoperationofsuch"tracts !' Mobile
.. of lands buildings and other prop. Saturday night, June H, | ,, -
: live : "I have been troubled with erty as may be. In the opinion of the d.rectors leaving: the union depot at 10:30 p.
::' kidney di.eae for the lat five "" beneficial to the said railroad property m. Returning, train will leave Mobile KENTUCKY I j KNIGHTS OF PYTHIA8.
: I lost flesh for It! operation or for the maiclnz of"Jlrolts -
years and never felt at 12 o'clock
well and therefrom;aDd the production, Uu- Sunday night, WHISKEY Pennacola Lodge, No. 3, K. of P.,
doctored with leading phy trlbution and tale of electric! light andpower Jane 15 Fare for the round trip, I -
sicians and tried all reined* sag- In Escambia County Florida and 11.50; from Cantonment and < meets eery Monday even'
ested without relief. "iSi?! acqulsltloo.01ll'0t'rsbtp use of all Century i 'A/iMa..l lJvSSTfS1... at'.l10 at Caste flail
Finally !same as Pen*aco13. For
tried -property real and personal which may be"necesarror further in- etv..eN tbe Bloant Watioi
Foley's Kidney Cure and Ie** expedient tnerefor, and the ormitioQ apply to \ third floor.
than two bottles completely curedme "lotag of all lanfjl act requisite for efaforesaid ROBT. Kixo orPETERTHOMAS i nrfolM}. 'f'g brethren oorlUllf
and I am now found and well." "t..cHng the purpoes"w .
,( \V. A. D'Aletnberte. 121 s?. Palafox. :imoaatw U MjRTHl'P.fresiJent.. I Excursion Managers t I: Sill IT Dauteer Bm- i SoeeLr
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Whitecappert Administer Severe Pun. ,
A TRIAL SIZE."e'Y cOIDCIA's l hment to South Carolina Man. ". I

[Original.] It'q" Spartanburg S. C., June 11.-J. C. : !Mi5J j

Some Cream BaliGlTMBdltfatOnrti> Perry, of this city was taken from !
Senator. years
For ago among the recruitsof : lit'

t. nI a- of H Jn. \V. A. Blount theth United States cavalry was I'I It cleanses. aoothes his home by a band of whitecappers, I ; I

h.n'i once him as a candidate Thomas Asher a young fellow of i and heals the diseased a' and although he made a frantic effort 4/
._:1, M' ator from this, the SecJ ty. He membrItcures to escape was carried to a spot ,. Wt' ',
was accepted at catarrh and
once and sent
.;, at Di-tricr, and respectupport drives Just outside the i.
away n coldintheheadquickly red corporate limits and ;
of all Demo- with others to a regiment which was I \\ 'i
Is I- I It cry given a severe whipping. His back for infants and Children. ';,
.. ,II' at the coming primary. serving |lu the west. Tom : absorbed. Ht'alsI I
,, a 1 I the was bared and with a stout buggy
-- horn solcher. He had tried to get a ca- sodmhrenePretecta 'N HEAD trace in strong hands 100 lashes Caetor5a i< a hannlcss snbtknte for Cantor Oil Part"I I .f

For Representative. dot's warrant at West Point, but failed. i t mill Kefctores the Senses ot laste ana Hmell. wet goric, Drop and Soothing Syrups It is IMoasatit. It 1' ;
I bizeSOc.; Trial Sue lOc at lJrUlglsu'or administered.After ,
M. Loftin
Scott take contains neither 14
". fin- .ii-oi With I by mall Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic t
'II-.f announcing him as a characteristic determination he '!! ELY BROTHERS the whltecappers had completed foub..taucf' It de..trojs Worms and allays "'e\'t>ri>hiu ss.

.m l' 'or 1 Representative in the resolved to enlist but as there was !, U Warrea 1St rt-I't. New York the chastisement they took Perryto It cure Diarrhu-a a:lli Wind Colio. It relio\es Teething 1 i,

:, .u;Ve, ruin cambid county, then practically no promotion from the I the railway station. He was forced Troubles and cures Constipation. It regulates the :

.'cv 1+'-ire the support. of all ranks It did not occur to him that bt'i II ways mean !Ito: board the midnight westbound Stoin.ich and parcelgiving healthy and natural sleep j\ it
i" coming bravery. In this The Children' "auacea-The Friend. '
.ll' iu tile primary. could ever get a commission. I train and Mother's i
pt: I case it means rare tact in warned never to be been in

Tom bad been in the service a year, officer from an relieving an Spartanburg again The Kind You Have
embarrassing situation. :
For Reoresentative. and his I. Always Bough'Bears :
Jof Henry C. Clopton soldierly conduct had steadilyadvanced The officer should regard the soldier's It is declared that only for a few I':'

him till he had become first i I interests cooler heads in the the :
an as a candidate fort as his own, and the soldier mob Perry would Signature of

:' ._ \'. in the Lgitlature sergeant of his troop General Crook I should uphold the integrity of his corn- have been lynched as the anger of I.,
was then
county, and after Indians, and Tourscumpily j mnnder. Few many of those who took
t. :bet request men In the ranks would part In the ,

ball democrats; in theleratic was detached to watch a'i have had the head, even if they had affair was at white heat.It .

primary. ford. One afternoon a cattleman drove had the pluck, to save an officer from has been noticed recently that

some steers into camp and offered them '
--- choice between I Perry would
fisticuff almost
i a with a cattleman daily entice young
For Representative. for sale. The captain concluded to buy !! and forfeiting the respect of his { school girls from 12 to 15 years of age # '
j* ol Unas.; )1.Co ton an- them ns the command had had II
,ia: candidate for rep- fresh! meat for some time. A bargain no ;:; troops Either would have been det- !, Into his office. His actions aroused In Use For Over 30 Years. J'

,! rimental. In taking the quarrel on'' suspicion and an Investigation follow .__
.' ... the legislature i from was concluded, and the : -" er',7.ulr co. .1 77 .u""" n. wrw'fI" CITY .
only and they a..k the turned were your own shoulders without jour cap. ed. It is asserted that the suspicioa ,
over. When the -==-
: in democrats iu the com- money was tain s knowledge you rendered a servo of those who made the investigation --- ------ i iIOsooaa
paid, the !
cattleman declared that It
ice to the army was confirmed and it was then plaanect REMOVAL NOTICE.

-- was not the price agreed UJHUI and accused Taking up the second paper, or, rather -! to mete out the punishment to Ii

Ft' County Treasurer. I I the captain of being a cheat parchment he Landed it to Tom j Perry which he recened. Awarded at T'are "

\ ft!.*.. ,(.,.('(.'pirrtd hi _fie".hearing of everyman and added: Perry is married I Dr. G. H. Tuttle, '
and has two chi!
.' Ii Frank E. lirau'uer I IIIlce in the conTfrui.v. T..Vysja_ "There is commission." I
your dren. He is of middle and Is !
hun IH a cindidateIVaurtr The captain was In a quandary If' The captain and age: said Dr. J. Q. Heard, II
of cambia I arose offering Tom I to be a man of considerable means. I

ft to the action: of the I he submitted to the insult his men his hand, said: .: ... _..._...._ guiNAlAROCHE I

would (case to respect him. If he challenged I. DENTISTS.KOOIIIN '
"Accept personal
miurie* July lo, and I my thanks. I have --- II'

>upp<>rt uf the voter, | the herdsman to light with pistols been working for jour promotion for \ Dated Fortfr. 7 and 9. Miunnic Temple.

he would likely be reprimanded ,, some time. A Scene-I'ullman car tutoring;: St. WINE CORDIAL
man your head is All branches of !surgtcalllprrxpye and
for County Treasurer. I or court martialed. Insides, the man i needed to command." i| Louis. Porter obsequiously whisk- Hijtit recommenditions for cure of Poorness Mechanical 1'iutibtry pal formed with tecb-

uiy-elf :a candidate for was not a proper person for an otlicer "Come and dine with me this evening t.roJlllinyomall I'a srn l'r.ftt'r cf Hh'Biood>. Increases Siomacb the roubles appetite and, strengthens Gcncnl bemiteal" tkill.Special ':

i"r the p.ition of I to meet in such fashion. While he was Lieutenant lingering! expectantly he receives a tip i the nencsandhuildsuptheentirellstem. attention given to Children's
Asher said the
.-rof K-cambiii cola Te..tlii.olil ana 1'orceluiu Killings, l'I01,1,1
coun- ,
i hesitating the cattleman dared him -a rive nickel. He
; to net "The cuptain will be there." I cent lucks at it 23 rue Itromit Anti Bridge Work. f

;action of the demo-I, have it out with lists. This seemed ,, CUTJIBCUT P. ROE. : critically, then drops it Into the cus.1 PARIS I'.ett Material; Competent l:
the easiest way out of the muddle and pidor remarking defiantly "Ah'w 'rIKtrtuh I 1C. louccra A i',.
J.V.. FlU TEH. nronnfioun. Humor. I % n'nl.. \.\.
the captain agreed :! { frum Chlcazo!" "Open this I No. <>7M.Importers ,:
With the unconscious humor of the :
i I
I Tom .'t"her whimpered' a few wordsto window!" commands the woman. Houboj i
schoolroom and the !
t or Tax Assessor. examination we
I several of the men admonishing: familiar but in this the I w lIen.tll'lJl.he stoops picks up II
( : : uuce inyf-lf:: a" a are respect
I theta to stand b.v him in what he was j the cuspidor and empties it upon the .
li-ction; Tax As-
; prayer meeting and the hoard meeting:: :
iibia county, subject Coins: to do. then stepped' forward and, that doles out parish relief lem.iin ali i track; then, drawing; herself up haughtily WI r.JJR

: the democratic priV. I saluting his (commander said: i, mist untoiuheilouni's tif fun.l'ceitly observes, '"I am a lady from Hoston. -

"l'nl'tllinH' don't want to see the a tiemliliuf old lady ntl I ICamlMTwell ." These tiny Capsules ire superior)

\ \V. Rl<'UAIUI:;. uniform of the captain of this company) When! In the station every passengerhad to Balsam of Copaiba, /* "\j ,
api>eared for push: relief ;i -
tarnished by.a herdsman and would be left the car the porter said to the I I Clb and Injections.. mmY
"Hut what i K jour son she was! asked i I .
for Tax Collector. pleased to have you let us turn him conductor: "Los"! dat nickel en' Ah'm Theycnrein4,9hourstLe Chinese and Japanese
"that lie cannot support jou': "I'lease. i isir i
itiunuuce( myself a; a. out of camp." i' er fool. It teaches me or lesson how- j satoe .lucesler- without anyincon-,
she replied, "he's only a million-
Tax Col-
"H ectJon as "If he doe, he's a coward," growledthe i, somclcver. never ter fool wid none o' I.r,; nt. SOl n flY II l nRiiGGiSTsMREL Fancy Goods,
ubla, county, subject I sin Amid t ensuing laughter they
cattleman."I dese Yankee der ain' I
> women. Why. t
'f tle', democratic pri- Itarned that what the meant was com- 'i II FINE CHINA TEAS
shall fight him" replied the captain 1 er woman through cle whole west I ,
> H. D'ALKMHKR'IE. resolutely."Then who'd er thought o' castin' tat nickel 31 South Palafox St. ;
Also quite recently at a meeting (
-- we suggest that since It is on de roadside when day knowed Ah ; ''\ Every Woman I Laundry Office. l'ensacolaFla.
: where the wor! hipeis wished for
For Tax Collector. I growing dark the matter be deferred wanted It.-New York Press. r I isintereakdamiehnaidtuorr -. -- n. _

Henry JJelliuger an-1'i till llIurnin;::." the restoration to health of some friend I' .\:1t" V 1 .).i'j j a".uUI"d..ful NOTICK.

,- a candidate for Tax i ib one of them prayed hI) God restore & ,I Whirling Sprat
\'cry well said the captain hoping c'i
ainbia tub-1 unto us our brother if it doth not in. I I ". \: Tr-f new hI..I 'rIa r.. rkJ.C I have been authorized to take
-" county, I! that something might occur to render AN OLD ADACESAYS ,\. .,... tcuAtI"'U"';'., .II"'I-sar. subscription! for'm.. JenningsBryan's '
."+cratic primary to be | teiffrt with thy i>rrquisites" The situation I "tJ = 'I-Vo.t ('oneeulentIN
the combat uUlw<(':< ar,)'. "I'll see him paper, "The! Commoner. ,
ii-j, and request the j was saved by the exclamation -- '
iMnoerat-. ;'! after roll call tomorrow." I.k,... ,."lolfo.11 \, The price is $1.00 per year in ad '
.. _.1 i 1 The man grumbled but was led IIf mi intelligent listener) : "Halleluiah: i tfIlHftohoUllwiyi"e '. vance. Those desiring I .,
The Lord knows what he means": '- "A light Is a heavy curse" j rpl("" sending '
purse ; can have it senttothem by (
wild "rn. \
For Werner: School Board. away by the soldiers. As soon as they Oiler. Ent stamp 'I"H
Luudun Chronicle. 1 Sickness makes a light purse. j / $).Qtto the undersigned. t
I i were out of hearing of the lull I'"I'u" 'I..ln
.j/- '>fV.. M. Agertou here- captain I '
Ulll.lld'.dl._. ., :tI t."t.O.. ... 'I :0'. RUCHE,
candidacy for the Tom said to him "If you want to The LIVER is the seat of nine i:
Care News.
Irish Bird "('IIf"., Koom 3'c Times Bldg.. New York Daily
as a member of the thrash!' our captain) in the morning; ,)"OUm'l' tenths of all disease.Ms .

nd front di-trict NO. :3, welcome to do so. but you've got A Dublin journal speaking about the I' (

'I''. the democratic beliefs about birds! in Ireland! says
primary to thra"h me fir t-ati.l now." j
. ue 15th; li.nrj. tint: the blackbird and thrush are THE GARDEN SECTION
, A ring; was foimed. and the two men
.- "wnmlfrlng souls" wince sin must be Pillsgo
' jrY.@mber fell to. The cattleman was a { uiverftmlfeUow I
Board Public Instruction.
earth hence they ore o -OJr1-o
1 but with ill) skill. Tom wasequally rxpiatftl; on ; :
I fiends; of Hon. Elijah Ward fomsl to endure the rigors:: of winter :
FtruU:::. though of not so rugged ; -
, ':e his name: as a candidate HiMfks jackdaws bats;;, hawks and Fensacola Florida I' 1
lection as member of the a build and a fair boxer. The re-1 I| to the root of the whole mat ,
owls are animated by lost soul The __ i
suit was that he soon lot in a blow behind ,
>f Public Instruction from -
wagtail is railed the t\il's bin for noother ter, thoroughly, quickly safely
No. 3 of Escambia county, tIe ear that knocked his opponent Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.
Is than that It and restore the action of the :
the action of the demo- down, amid tin failed to get up. reason, supposed

'muries July 15. "l mime." said Tom. den'l'lJ evades the missiles thrown at LIVER to normal condition.

-- The it. A dead wagtail is> a ram n I Beautiful Lots for Sale. I I
man sat up and looked about \.j. | Give tone to the system and
tor County Commissioner. The robin is called ftmVs b< j ,
him. as if he wondered where he wa!'. i

v id-. ,o of announce J. W. itrewion him us of ai i i j "Time:" called Tom. rati-e It pluckcil a thorn from the cruel solid flesh to the body. 40x137- feet at from $76 to $200 each, according .

1 I The man tried to get up. but failed. crown pn-ssfd upon the head of ourSaviour to location and
''q re-election front slid: |' and in doing wounded its Take No Substitute. I surroundings.
ni-ct| to the action of the "If jou're anxious to tight the captain r
Foul bettor finish own breast. It forsakes a "cursed' ,
ity 15. : said Tom. this job first. graveyard.Sparrows. I Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View,

>. Iounty; Commissioner. I When the fallen herdsman collectedhis stares and plovers are on STEAMSHIP I High, Dry Fertile Lands. a.f
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friemlly terms with the fames. The i
innounce myself ai a'Unty senses! lie acknowledged himself '

CulllUlii.ioller, beaten and was!' executed out of camp.The lark and the swallow are birds of good X fG .K..K..K..K..K. at a ?tit The grandest: opportunity for investment ever

to the action (omen but the latter ..houhlllot rest on t''
-ubj-ct lit'1II01'llill: ;: when the captain SAN cffered in Pensacola.
demoluly the hoiiM'ti'p.
: the ensuing called for his opponent and was In- I ._
II -- --
I i
W.l:. VAaRi: n .; u. !',, f'iriiieil that he had vanished during SHORT STORIES.The j It To NEW YORK, BOSTON Borne Seekers Should See These Lots. .
the night he was much pleased. He '

suspected that some of his men had Mrsicau I bullsiiake is being used ''l)( AND ALL % :
Jr County Commissioner.
relieved him of a disagreeable diletnma EASTERN RESORTS A. V.lubbs
Jxiinsju hereby an Iu 11'ashiii, too iih a rat catcher. I 'I
but sit the time "kl'.llIo .
a questions.Soon !
.. t
candidate .
il at u for'< There are {. iKiH)0 tons of asphalt > vie t "
coinmi,, ioner after, the Indian war was over \\ Corner Garden .
The and
uiity in sight; in the f.mmous'I'rinidad lake. .aQ V Alcaniz Streets
and the marched into Its
K-e.unbiu company
> 'ur. ,
The east of furniture: in Mexico is!
will of the democratic'tiling usual quarters without having fired a A OCEAN STEAM5HIP COMPANYM : 1 .

I'rimarieoHI' shot. abort: biff turns what it is in the .1 ,"\\ H.\ r'ES I '.1<11'1< 't" H V \ ,, K. C. BRENT, WM. H KNUWLhti W. K. HYKK. JR., J. H, KKKHE.Pretldect. i;

l'nitc.1Iah'h.l :>\ : Ylca-I'reaident. (ehler. An't !
the rea-on; that he !It was some months after this that SO Hours of Ocean Breezes 'I: Catbter
'aud thinks he can '' The Indians of Minnesota and Wisconsin Sailings each WeeK f '
Tom was summoned to I.* evloilel'shtadgnariers
'h-betinterestn of \ \l'r riving: there, be found !i.ncliarvvstwl wild rice to the 3 .from Savannah. 'Ga. trt :
U\ If his friend: .f :; > First
value < up to $ U.IKIU a .\c-ar. National Bank
the colonel sitting i before a desk c>i en- J
i muTf-ted agree with ,,, in Alaska they I:* istfiiii-Oiin l f of the, tjiulir t.lite' m t"i
Hold; : prmispettns say .
theirup- lug his mail His captain' was also I..rhl. III"1..1. rte \I 1.,n""', r r11a 'I:
tppreciate : ( .. .
fartlur and accomplish untie KIIIIIIt Idlr IifiwdP.r. IML.' '' r" flit
present. Tom stood: at attention and can jro i r. ntnr-.a ,'' i _. utl 1.11' I'miii '.1 .. W
waititL Presently the colonel took hard work on lice and bacon than on1' i .11.." II'i' 'urtr: I.. :-.Mini.ili aMl "t. r".f fIIH.I : 1
,. ,
1,1.1 r toru \ 'I. ? OF PENSACOLA. FLA. IIIDII
I' ,mty Commissioner. an envelope that he had already opened any other ration 'o.-Aare., a..r.arO.e, OYr1171IF4M 'I,:. a

J. 1;. Roberts an- and drew forth two papers. Selecting Tic! t''.ian! goxcrnmcut has appropriated !.ITA ITC A."" TO v: : : o.rcRMs <
.. ... .
a candidate for re- one ho road: :: build a barbed wire r.KK w.e.h--tlrlirNd.,61-11.T..l.l: ..... '1..1.I. "-. .1.II.GKNKKAIj f .
,... ,..... '' WMH.KSOWLESWA.BLOUNTFC.'uREN1 N K. iJYER. .
,uuty commissioner i iabject Special Order No. -: fl'III'I'lllta;: the iNiiinihirj between Montana ".II..II..L ; ia.l.larlw.ilLll" ,

to the action Sergeant Thoma Asher !i promoted to 11:111111\' \Ihum ii kin. I'Xtc-nd.iig: from Jf .T 7I .4 f k1 VC1tf'I D. 0. BRENT,

." primaries July toe seconJ l lieutenant for i aslant and iiierltorioi St. Maij'a lake to the Sweet (;Jrasshills. 'It.rmi .

.vt l'Uuntdemand that the iu his Tom s t-ir was: ice thunder-nm In the n i>' it k.'lIl'n campaign. he TheVomcirs. : Protective Health association PKXNC11: SCHFIULEFollowing : ; n ad g Domosti c &Lzch Aa 1 o UA t ad I '

t : M in securing it. of New Yolk i U demanding
:: : tired shot!
\\'h1'11:0111'1. vi U'\t a government steamer General French
that fruit sold on the walks Ucoured dlI

,inly Commissioner. .I\ltl'IIIIII.: .1 l the o i.nel.' "gal to protect it from dust. The! of which THE NEWS prints for the IrWe draw our own Bills of Exchange on Great Britain, Ireland; i 4

IVM. .If a candidate forty lant sun! .it- 'III' "'.I'III'I' I'; csn't al candy is already regulated in this re benefit of the merchant who ship .I Germany, France, Austria, Italy Holland, Hpaln, Belgium Russia No f I'I

( oinmi-sit.ner fort SJtfCt.Kui. their goods to the various; army I way, Sweden, Denmark and other European countries f tilU
i>ran, ;try to be held 11
and Humor
Cures Eczema Itching .'rintrndent r.11iott'Il of theWash.i'Kton pots :
C i -k for the support of 'Vessels Disbursed the Most Farorable Terms
Through the Blood-Costs Nothingto : capitol has made plans fur Leaves Pensacola .. ... .. ... .. 7: Try It. Leaves Karranc is.. .. ..... 7:5ua m. i I,, Obligations Taken Payable at Port of Destination Ten or Fifteen Days ;:
!.tot: DAMELL. Blood Balms rrstonng; the grounds to their cuuditiolprior Leaves fa-kens .... .... ... f:II'a. ra. I liter Vessel Arrives there. \
K. It. K. ( Botanic ) i* to tb' time> when the shruMwry Leaves I'.arrancas ... .. .. ";15 a. m. tlJ'F

unty Commissioner. n-v recognized as certain and sure was nmoufrom! the lawn fast of UKbuildris. Leaves Pentacola h ... 10:15 a. m. I'I 1 Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent in Connection
t J :
i'iuiioe'' myself as a Arrives Knrrsncns II :111 a. m. and then
,wtion a< county cii'- for Eczema, Itching Skin. Hu- makes a trip to hortMcKee and ben re- : with which we have a P'rIYB Avartment for the Ulie .

'>m district 2 of Ksul'ject n ors, Scab, scales Watery Blis.i The annual output of orangrs in tarn 1.t'8Hurr"ncai to Itarrancas.... .. .. .. .. 1.15 p. m. I I of Renter*. ,

to the action ". ". Pimple, Aching Bone or southern Ciilifonua in 1SC was from l.ea\e I'ltkeni .. 15 p. m. ;
!.f vePeniacola 4::111 ip. iu.
n' ptituariesJuly13; JointBuK Carbuncles, Prickling :':'N) t.p ::1."ll' it is over .".' Leaves Pirken fllo p. m S

: IIln..f the voters. Pain in thA :-kin.; Old Eating: Sore*. (bat) <'rlo.uN.: The capital invested in Arrives harrancnaVt p. m. and makes 2*
.' xli. WEL.II.ojnty trip to McKeeand return. WE WILL-FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE! 1
Ulcer, etc. Botanic Blood Balm orange growing in L S7 was $1.3(1U.,1uw

Commissioner. taken internally, cures the worst and it is over $.hJ. t.MJ. OO.Chronic i On WfrcJneidavsandSaturdaya l bare Barrancas theboatwil ., Wnt. today for onr IsTiditnn I ; : ?

.: \\'. .\. Shelby here- ] mint deep-seated canes by enrich in?. via II inralM....abu. ,,fcurk.i.1 Rf.AD THL I.ETTEJIII I 1
for Feniacola l'iCk-1 wbat '
blood ens at 6:30 p. m. are .ful..r... tr... ur "alne ODd J !
I i- candidacy re-1 purifying and vitalizing the Dimiiit w e irte lur. :HI red I II

,'unty commie-loner i thereby giving a healthy blood supply bronchial troubles and The General French is for army I -I [ oar purr"jjwt*!'".of W a .L n'ct"'i,[ :.' >..>a[b' a,t. n mil uLa.,!.that tthor-bouie.BEISTOI. JOB. | If .f I i }I

:\3 of E cambia to the skin. Botanic Blood Balm sdlnmercoughs can be quickly re- purposes; only and any outsider must I I or h.ll.. <>f I.>.riiM-. then .i. r ;.
I rt ro.Of ,f ) her..
'' Itfut I *
in the action of the i innirifi ., is the only cure, to stay cured, for lieved and cared by Foley's Honey have a pas; from the quartermastero | ..>' ....',.ren lattittu'Htark.t. I.. '.. Hrvcirta: I f

July 15, and I 1. these awful, annoying skin trouble and Tar. W. A. D'Alemberte 121 take passage: o i her e (. *....<.\t"Taiwan.| l.".aulilui K'IV.t>nntA.%. I:......&,Tutbe ',i I'ana, Cake Il'lal 1 1 IIi

hearty !'up'port of all : Other remedies may relieve but B i a; *nl wbr .a..ha ool j 24 1.<,....of S --- '- -
heals S. Palafox. <* Rue a 60 I'lrr IHtimrr **!-:.,t a _
B. B. actually cure, every
I mw
toTN--buta6.aunftfu ")nl'''l ar4
i, sore and !gives the rich glow of Ittm* r STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE VT ,
n) t " 1 ht'alth to the skin J5. B. B. build up Tar 1 tm very much p*.-mfif I the broken-down body and make* Foley's Honey and '. ,crt up a&uUier urdcr.&tn l"..e .la.-Bi. ">'t>< ''". 1\.1.""s. mid ( ;1
appeal 1 Min l.t 1.( 111.\\\ vrka, '.ra i >..w "Ifll.: ,
I mid- and the demo I the blood red and nourishing.! Over cures colds, prevents pneumonia Be wren 1'erbac-ola and Milton-Honi K&is"i Trtl1, (tr Mi. .1 i-inr ;[.I If ,. ,..
of Grrd.rniTed lo-iUr. My -uitom.ri art a: f"ni we at! ?w a vt.nm i- '
a i-uididate for the i 3100 voluntary cure i Runs Daily 'E\ Sunday. ..
ept well t'rawd! mitti twit lamp* V.. hate. ,I "1 a -n. Wiftrauli .oQ, 1'r. u 'V' commissioner fromIf i by Botanic Blood Bam ( B. B. H IDruggists i mcb[.'lirre."..for.. W'I..ndanolb"i I tr (Jar-1 I. ,r'' wl l I
Trial treatment free Pocket cutlery and scissors in a trw <1&).. 1 am more. tSa* p;....d .'t*, t'.. ti di-.T.r t''') n".ia and .*. ,< y' ur 1
}?:cambia county. *1. "CITY OF TAMPA. Baidoluu ar Mn. A... E" WrCHL"\(.5. mottrj befot Mruig na. b..'! 4..1.,.
!' Blood Balm the finest to the
'''r the primary and prepaid by writing from
me at
d. mocratic party i' Co., Atlanta Oa. Describe trouble, at the Willis Lv :\111100 fliam: LvPensacolata'pmArl'rn'acota.'S5'am SALVONA SOAP CO., [Dr. 12th S Pine Sty, ST. LOUIS, MO. I
'I Ar Milton
cheapest >;ipm
1) M. MKKKI-T. i i and free medical advice given until ,
Farenilc: Round: trlrln
Olive r'H.. cured Hard tear e Co. i
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i i Per Cent Off. Per Cent '
Live Oak Camp No. Woodmen !
Complete External and Internal

.F. George T. Morgan Shows the Inconsistency of Treatment, One Dollar.CUTICURA. of the World, will unveil a monument

over the grave of their late

i Trying to Drive Them in Double Harness. sovereign, Joseph B. Rosique, Jr.,en ao

rc,tit Sunday, June 15, at 3:30 o'clock, at

St. Michael's cemetery.A .
: J
. JJ'1" After the transaction of routine trust-was introduced, it was referred memorial service will be held

business at the meeting of the Democratic The set, consisting; of Cuticura
to the senate judiciary com- on the same day by Live Oak Camp PER CENT'DISCOUNT
cleanse the skin of
Soap, to crusts
' { :M League at Clutter's hall last mittee, of which Mr. Myers was N and scales, and No. 1 and Hickory Comp No. 21.

i = night, and enrolling the names of chairman. This committee returnedit ijsoftenthcthlck'encd The public are cordially invited to

/ several new members, President T. without recommendation, and .:-' cuticle, attend these services. I !

l, E. Welles introduced George T. when a vote was taken, Mr. Myers ,, I Cuticura Oint- I

1a t Morgan; as the first speaker voted against its passage. mcntto instantly Filthy Temples in India. i i! ON ALL INFANTS', CHILDREN'S. MISSES'AND BOYS '" .j.
allay itching;, Sacred cows often defile Indian
bU remarks
t )Ir. Morgan prefaced
; The speaker then quoted from the
I irritation, andinflammation temples, but worse yet is a body I! S.\ J\J.S AXI) OXFOKUS COMMENCING I'HII'I I
..i; 1 by saying that: it was hi* purpose to i i'w i, record a long list of bills intendedto I that's poluted by constipation. ]
Don't it. Cleanse lIJth: AND LASTING FOR
permit vour system i!
til be entirely just to all men. He and soothe and
: regulate railroad schedules,trans I with Dr. King's New Life Pills .!i

i l N would speak, not from heresay, but I portation charges, etc., in everyone ; heal, and Cuti- and avoid untold misery. They !!.i

from public records. At this time cura Resolvent give lively livers, active bowels' 8= = DAYS= =8
t ;of which Mr. Myers had voted for Pillsto cool and good digestion. fine appetite. Only

;'t grave issues were pending in congress the railroads.At the 25 cents at W. A. D'Alembertes'
'i cleanse 121 S. Palafox.
; and it was important to send this of national '
juncture our blood, expel
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, the right men to the United states affairs it unsafe to send such humour Furniture, .
: was : a germs.A go

iJ11'' Senate: and to congress.:: He referred man to congress.Mr. Single Set, price $J, is often If You \,\\Iant t t to PRYOR'S. 20 eat 20Per

r l bristly to the splendid work done in Morgan then tock Mr. Cos- sufficient to cure the most tortur-
ing, disfiguring skin, scalp, and
' \lt the senate by Senator Mallory, proving ton's platform in one hand, Mr. by buying
blood humours rashes it chin Save
gs, Ioney Per Cent Off. Cent
. l him to be loyal and true to the Myers' record in the other, and held and irritations, with loss of hair, your furniture

F.i.lI- people, and that Mr. Mallory would j up to public gaze the inconsistency when all else fails.MILLIONS. at Marston $ Quina's

i1 be re-elected practically without op- of trying to drive the two in double USE i Great Furniture Empo-

t.; pO?lIOD. harness. The two were as far apart I rium. MEYER SHOE 'CO.

The_ ___ , nnoifinn._un_ WA__ _*_.. which__ n____ one___ J I as the North and South poles If Cl'T"R)!!iT,the SOAP gnat! a..I-t".l ekm cure I.y, fur CrTICrRA01NTa O1TORIA.:: .
;, i>urtfyi:>K, nol Ituut'.fyln the akin, for 332
f of the candidates for is the Bear.the lUays $
congress these two worked together either cleansing the scalp of oru-ts, scales,and dandruff Feet Furnisher!* for Cash Only.

proper one to elect? Mr. Lamar had Mr. Myers had reformed, which he sottenin, ant;,whitening the utopplnK,allOt.......thlilif falling! red lair rough for SJpatue ofUYL ar: -#- : ;
' and sore hands for baby rallies lulling, 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.DEPARTMENT.
a record almost as well l known as did not believe, or Mr. Colton was an i chadngj,anal for all the purposes of the I
toilet, ant nut'lol'rhll1ou8 of Women -
bath is the latest!
Mr. Mallory1 His had been one not sincere in his declarations.Mr. use ClTHTRA SOAP In"the form of baths for ;:
l annoying Irritationiufl.immationrt, and (\. 1 L orilla !See L. BearCo's :
long steady fight for the people. Coston was advocating the rorUUons or too free or often ice pernplr.atlon. advertisement in I LAW
i in the tone of washes for ulcemiveweaknesses another column. :
In preparing to carry the long- election to congress; ofIr.. Myers, ,and for many..anatln'.I\UU"l'I.Ue :==. I
which reattily"cuftKat themselves
contested back tax case against the while at the same time he himselfwas to purposes women,especially mothers. I I -oF-
railway: to the United the John B.
running for legislature on a Stetson
(ChOX'O1teCIY.llcd! ) area new.ta3teles..odour UniversityDe
t States court it became lew.economical sulwtitute for the celebrated
Supreme ,
E platform, every plank of which h,1uidCrites.It oLTE.T.a.Meltsaforall 4th of July Picnic: Zaanct: F1.or1c1a.
necessary to pay something overt other M'xM, purifiers aud humour('ure$. Put
slapped Mr. Myers in the face. Thisof
up in pocket vials: ,60 doses, price,:!:c. j I JONF'. FOKBKS. Ph. l)., President., ALBEUT J. FAIU14H LL Bi iti.
? cash for transcript of records .
itself 9oldthrourbouitheworld Snarttc..0iaiae.T.9k.PILL
was enough to make the "i'... Bntjh Depot!:oJ!.CharterhotiM 8. ANtrCELEBRATION !i Fall Term Commence Weilncvlay Oclol
4 Governor Kloxbam and Comptroller d".. trench upa S It Pui. Ptr. Purr.. er 1 I9O::.
voters distrust the two. Dacd ixo Cum. Cuir.. NeVmpetiatlen.t' S.A TWO YEARS' COURSK-The Law Department John B.tehon Cowers:
; Reynolds informed General Lamar Mr. Colton the a two-years course, leading the degree; of LL. ttDKdKKK ,
was advocating
r repeal ADMITS TU Tin BAK The
I diploma of the Law Department of
1I Ii' i there was no money in the treasury : of the insanity divorce bill. 'CARLOAD OF FINE AT I I Stetson FURTHER Cnivorsity ndmitsto the Bar. '
of I'>lZ-3.and all M
( i:1 available this purpose. So earn- The sired information regarding the Law fI"partnl..r.t.al1drt'l.(
: senate judiciary committee, of
he I WATERMELONS Magnolia Bluff i ALBERT J. FARRAH, Dean of Law DepartmentDe
e-t was in carrying out the dutiesof
which Mr. Myers was: a member, had Land. I'I
UB i.tlice that he pledged the I(I !
favorably reported that bill and TMrty-p.iuiid average. Mu-t be
t 1 credit of himself and of his mother I
I II I: Mr. Myers had voted for its passage. sold quick. r .
b irrowed the needed amount from I Next take Mr. Coston's original \COBY GROCERY CO. ? K. I. I<,

tae bank, appealed the cane, fought
second plank-uniform text books This weather makes the ASSOCIATION.
I t it ought, and won,
putting some for the public school. House bill You
grassrow.; can buy Watch for Grant Street ParadeS
lYaIr A $:It\.lNJ in the state treasury that had
I No. 93 provided for uniformity of keen cutting Lawn Mowers 10 a. in.

been due for years and. payment I texts book*, and Mr. Myers had I and Grass Shears from the !See Posters for Full Details.A '

P refused. voted against its passage. Willis Hardware Co's. handsome prize will be given to t

.t He was also a member of the In the amended form of Mr. Cos- ICE-COLD- WATERMELONS- AT the lady number selling of tickets.the greatest I' $ BARGAINS ev

board of :
state Institutions
which had
' ton's plank-free text books-senate THE GARFIELD ICE CO:S.
I made the lease Admission including fare 35c
for the hire of state: bill No. 132, providing for free books ; '

convicts worth over $li)',to a year MILCH COWS FOR SALE Children, 25c. 1
for the public schools, had passed .
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l I to the state. the senate by a vote of 17 to 11, but I OR EXCHANCE

c't On the other hand Mr. Myers, WNNNr'r1
Mr. Myers had voted against its FOR DRY CATTLECall
tate senator: had a different sort of I'
passage.As EVERY DAY
to Mr. Coston's other plank of : at M; West Cnase: stree and I
,l Mr. Myers had voted to indefl-
make your choice
providing for the adjustment of la- ; NICK'SRTA&NT
ii fly house bill No. 300 ; 5jlOtGEO.. W. Ti'RTox, JR.
postpone bor troubles, the speaker quoted a : -_ __ -_ __. _n .--
w .iich prohibited the chair iug together Thos. C. Watson & Co.
i long list of labor bills, all of which ,
I1 of white and negro convicts. the leading Real Estate Agents,take r.tJI
Mr. Myers had either dodged or all the worry oU the shoulders of the

When senate bill No. H, to prohibit voted against.Mr. owners of property manage! the -?
ob-tructiug the sale of Florida renting of their houses and the collection R
Morgan closed with an eloquently -, of their rents as conscientiously {
fed beet-intended to tike: away worded tribute to the worth! as they would themselves.! :)II

f-onie of the power of the great beef Their charges are very reasonable =- CI.
aud ability of the candidates endowed -- --
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j -- -. -_ : the latent!
by the Democratic League. L La Norn r 'adverttiieeineut Go's DAILY MENUS lOsggRACKET

GO.NK: HVK YK.UIS. An interesting address on the i-- in
:1u.thf-r column.
hen Ci flee LMt the Trouble lIi ifai>- sues of the campaign and the meritsof Comprise all the Up-to-

IH'al't'd. i the candidates was made by Mr. MIDWIKKHT :::- Date Dishes the Markets JIi-

It is hard to make people undei- K. Pope Reese. The undersigned takes this method :)II of the World -
;, tand that collee really will do business ,f :D3erinir her services as a .I.::::III Afford. -
, for them if they stick to it long Upon invitation, Mr. R. Hudson fir..t-class licensed midwife, bav EE:=- -

enough. It is almost a certainty that Burr, candiJate for ins hid 35 years experience.Can C:11II ?
some"little symptom of disease, railroad commissioner give best of references from c: J STORE., @ tMImm'n

stomach trouble, or kidney or heart I addressed the club aud leading; physicians of this city. Ladies' Private

trouble: caused by coiT"e drinking, read his platform. MRS. M. OIDDENS, i
will ultimately develop into some !I jltf 114 South DeVilliers St. .
Dining Parlor. *
fixed organic: disease unless the !! Iu closing the meeting President .

I cau-e of the disturbance i i" removed. !' Welles again advised that the cam- <<:.lU' \\' NOTICES. ::- '
An illustration in i.v not be: limiJ.A -- v- -- -- =-- -

f lady iu Kearney, Xeb., says, "I paigu continue :a*, a contest between EITHER.. the captain own- .
rs nor consignee* of the :
used coffee a grstt ) a Regular Dinner Daily.
many years. friends and that it be free from bit- Katun 53 Horsley. mill be
Gradually my tealth broke d I )wn. I'' responsible for debts contracted )
f had dyspepsia: and was t'Xtrt'IIAly'lIt'rvou" terues*. Public records were public by tae crew of saM ve.sel.i. II _
u property, but the private characterof ( O. JiOKTHHELD. =-
i fu
Pa many .llIel'les" W L SVUtich Co.. Short Orders
I Laptaln. ::- PromptlyFilled. I
nights, but likt many others, did not candidates: should not be discussed Const Z nee. 10j4t There's Consolation in Know
know what was the cause of my in- at thee -- ::III Night or Day.
I meetings. 'Our opponents EITHER till captain oweeri =-
validi'tn. const (neei of the Br ss that yorrcan get your Carr ..
Finally the trouble centered into a1'I i are our friends and neighbors wille responsible for =- in
fatty tumor just over the stomach ," said he "and we should treat 'contracted by the crew ::III If It' Something Good to Eat! a thoroughly efficn
'Fr and in the region of the heart, causing I them as such." of said vessel. P. A. \DAIS.. ::III you wlsb,you'll flna it at i durable manner at J. M. Hilii

I acute pain In the stomach and a The W S. KBTSER Co.. Captain < Co's. Their skill in renew
I meeting thenadjourned till '.On.IIl".... liU' Nik '
spasmodic action of the heart. A | Apostle'sPopular broken
parts, and
i painting vay'
next Thursday ht.I .
surgical operation was deemed the captal3. -nen. '<:
nor constgneei of the ing i is too well known to need -
necessary but after all the preparations I Br *t Restaurant.
were made a good, 01.1. honest A TROLLEY PARTY -1 Middlebam for"atle debts will contracted he rt'sponslble mention, while their price* ar

doctor suggested that I take treatment by the crew of said veseel.THOS.. markably moderate for the
a little longer! and leave off coffee B. LLOYD '
and take Poatuni and some- !I Ii I _TUESDAY NIGHT reneecolaLumber: Consignee.Co.. Captain.13JU mMYM taking work. care displayed in all

Grape-Nuts Breakfast Food. -
1 on Postum and had The Ladles' Aid ,
began it Society of the -- - --=
made properly by long boiling and Presbyterian church will give a J. M. IIilliard & to.,
found it delicious and drank two !i J. M. FOLKMAN CQP11t'O' ,t1 .. -
cups the first morning. After two Trolley Party Tuesday, June 17th 11I No. 30 East Garden fit,

weeks. I discovered a marked change for the benefit of the church building 1'.* Contractor for I _____ __ __ _ ___ "
t( the better. In five months my fund. Children's hours, from Decorating **

b pposed tumor had disappeared, 5:30to7:30fareloc ; adults, 7:30 to Call Up Phone 313 i MEUX'Si
+ or Drop a Postal Card.
it., .v Headaches were gone and digest 7)
n wholly restored. My heart only 9:30, fare 25c. Ice cream and cake t All Work C. 0. D. and Guaranteed. r
gave me trouble a few times. That will be served on Fisher's lawn. : i tJljlrJe;

was five years ago. I have been a The party will start at the junctionof t, Corner Bajrlen and Government Streets,
steady user of Postum ever since and Pslafox and 5 I
Gregory streets. % One Block Welt of Postofflce.Right oa the Belt Line.
am a new creature today. Am in I
strong and vigorous health and Tickets can be obtained at the juncI I II I of Shorthand Typewriting and Literature.
know exactly how tit account for it. tion. T. W. LEWIS
I I Now is the time to enter school and prepare for a lucrative position ::
The of people on the
ignorance For County Commissioner.The vacation. Night and day se !5iOnB.
subject of coffee is a constant won- DSALES IX

der to me, althoagh, at one time, of : friends of R. Rathwell of '
course, I was just as much in the Bluff Springs hereby announce him I We have Samples Yon never heard of any one using
i dark as any one could be, going as :a candidate for County Commissioner -I / J \ML PAPER from the LargestManufacturers Pole;'* Honey and Tar and not be- If you wish the very be-' '
along year after year patting into from district No. 5 of Escam- in I lug satisfied. W. A. D'Alemberte, ice cream freezer at the
my body the poison that was killing bia county, subject to the action of 3 the United States. 121 8. Palafox street. very
y: We and never knowing it." Name the democratic primaries July 15, L I Feather Scroll, 15c per roll. lowest price, the Wild

,. Mich.given by Postum Co., Battle Creek,I and voters.ask for him the support of the /d.lI I Dining Room Tapestry, $1.50 per roll. Foley Honey and Tar Hardware Co. can please

,. Call Up Phone No. 358. I No opiates you.

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