The daily news

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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 14, 1902
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
30.433333 x -87.2


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

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[ 28 8 f rl' :tubers of Congress Send Letters of EndorsementTj DUNHAM:crIEO. Bladder I- [ "

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the Inventor of the Great Catarrh Remedy Pe-ru-na. j! t '

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Liver. < n of .\IIIholllo.w Congrrsanau Snott-rof :Michigan I, Congressman Mahoii of I'rnnsyltanln, i I i I I i i,,- '

u-t l one bottle Write from Port Austin, ion.: "1 have | Writes from ('hate er"burg, Pa.: "I take the Inefficiency of the Above-Named Organs :
\\-11 i man t..,la>."- found IVruna a efficient and I i
very j.Tdy plea nre
> in commending IVruna asa
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dangerous; omen. Something i* wrong:,
Il'nprfngil: Ala. remedy for a per Nteut and annoying I riult..taott.LI tonic.-Tha.d. M. :\Tahon.C'.n"r".man I. ---
without medicinal aid. Long: experience has
h from North: Dakota. cough. -H. O.Snoer.:
spurkmaii of Florida, STRUCK do these organs any good whatever and very
-nitre, X. !>., says: I'. S. Senator Call "f Florida Writes: from Tampa, Florida: "I can .IN. THE FACE '4,
i a* a tonic. It ha.* Writes: "The Peruna has loin recommended indorse IVrnna a.- a fir.-t-rato tonic and avery BAR

.1 rt'ntb, vigor and by Gen. Wheeler\ and other reliable effective cure for catarrh."-S. >r: WHILE TESTIFY

,:1'b.. herons: and has been u..I'II.ylint' :Sparkmau.ungrrssman. I j'
i frmn\orth'aroliaa, members of my family, and I concur in (. lireurr of Alabama STICK OF : LITHIA WATER and recommend curative '1

.. the statements' of Sen.. Wheeler."-William : stomach di-orders. It has cured tnem and it will I:
had bad "
as aI Writes
tary : 1 have n eilono Iwttleof Pe- I
Call, Jacksonville Fla.
I \er saw, and eiuce runa for lassitude, and I take pleasure in i I II
ottlo of I'eruna he Senator McKnprjr of Louisiana, \ Ed. Dunham, while
recommending it. Willis Brewer, H
u man"Romulus Writes: "Peruna is an excellent tonic. Uayne-ville, Ala. ojj I and Prices for the Asking.
I have u ed it sufficiently to that I the steamer Horsely
-\ :lie, N C. I'. S. senatorear of Iowa.
Uolievo it to l*> all that you claim for it." o'clock this morning > Carbonated for the Table. I
.;.1..11 from Louisiana, Writing from Rurlint ton, Ia.: Peruna ; i
S. D. McUnery, New Orleans, La.Congressman i
'il'ntion"ly recom- I can commend to all as: a very goodtonic. injured while attec;
wa.-II. "'. Ogdeu, IJrownlow of Tennessee, ."-John II. Uear. I Ginger Ale for the Taste. ':
Writes: "I have taken three bottles a stick of timber. :
Congressman CultxTBon of ,
I'eruna and I feel satisfied that I am now Trias: i i r
smith from Illinois Writes: "I can recommend IVruna The crowbar had |:
almost, if not permanently, cured of catarrh asono .\ 1.11'111.SPUIXS CO.,
\-lmro, 111.: *'I have : of the I'lomach.Urown- (.f the very bc.-t of nies.-D. B..l'uUl'rson under the, timber and '0! t

i I',rung for my ca- low, Jonesltoro, Teaii. Jefferson, Tex. I Harris Spring. S. C.

\ much benefited. I CungreMiiiun 1.1,Ing.ton from Georgia, wa prying it up when .
. ---f Writes: '.I take pleasure in joining withCit'n'ral I'i
loose from his -2rap M. W. MARSHALL. I'enacola.\: Fla. 1
.i Unoii from Ohiocvcral Wheeler, Congressman! llrewtr f-

bottle* of I : and others in recommending Peruna as full force in the face i -
iilIteneflteil there- an excellent tonic and a catarrh cure."-
A number of hi* f I I MISS LEE ARRESTED
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h of the 1IeI1J.I ."- 1 t L. I. Livingston, King, ia. .

< :", nO.II ConrvsMiuiii Clark ..Missouri; ran to hN asi-taace, ,I I

li-y from Illinois, I ; Says: "I can recommend your Peruna a boat and landed him ,i RUDDER I FOR VIOLATING II \

-on, 111.: "Mrs. RS a god\, MjlMuiilial tonic and one of I

i number of Imttles the U--t remedies for catarrhal trouble." I b o'clock, when he was: I JIM CROW LAW

-John 15. Clark.Congressman.
.f nervous trouble- ii
wGY"j takeu to St. Anthony's : -e whIle ,
.: tonic and lasting: IVIham of Virginia, i
I .
,,'y.o 1 1t Writes from nant'rnta..: "My sister- received medical : yesterday j Fpt'ctal to The New s.

of in-law has has IK-I-II u-mi IVruna for : lost 1 her i
i ]>son Kentucky :< Horace 1.. Simp otl. I :
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1113; one of the very t Capitol at Washington, D. C. al.ut one week for catarrh of the throat 1 : ; her I Richmond, \ t., June 11.-Much

a riMxl, I and> manifestly impruved.-"C. Pelhani. A t'.lephone indignation is felt here today in thecae
1 . -#- . >i : ; c1.:ce. If
1 rial. H.! Thompson. ( Iturnctt (Alabama, hospital at noon today in the I of Mis Mary Curtis Lee, daughter :

> .ird fr..m1..1.0., Nonatll"1a11..ry; of Ilorttla Writes: "1 can cheerfully recommendI'eruna : : I of Jeueral Robert E. Lee of Alexandria t
UTS that /l.e wa "( 1 ;
a no, Ala.: "I have Write* from I'I'n-a'ola, Fla.: "I have as a irnoj,. uh.-tantul tonic,and avery to call

'.i grippe\ and I take u-cd jour excellent\ remedy, IVrunn, :;o>"l catarrh remedy."-John L. but hi* injuntmIY ti It.t i l i iu. H.e; i Ii' who was arrested last

ending Verona a.. an and have recommended it both a> a tonic IlIrnptt: lilll+den, Ala. I r evening charged with violating the

'- I. Howard. and a safe catarrh rtmcJr.-Stl'phcil: : ('uagre.atm, Itutkiit of Kansas Jim Crow car law. : .

mine* from New lurk, It. Mai lory.Senator. Writes from Ilolton Kas.: "I"('runa hasmieu : DR. RENSHAVI : to-I
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Mis; Lee informed the
police that ,
a i- good for catarrh, Itittlt-r of inuth Carolina. : me almost complete relief from
I know It." Amos "'. I! catarrh f the -toniach and she had entered the I II
: M. C. Butler, t-x-+;Jovernor of :M uth c> coustipaturn. rear coach of
.' \ k ." J. Ii.Botkin. A
n City. writes UI cau recommend I the
( can.lind : i Washington Alexandria and
I' ... .. xi if Ni''ItrnsWa !'..runa for dj .1\f'I"h! anti M< inaihtrouble. I Cunirir'snianhlteof North: (larolinn I, DOWN\ I j
railway train withoutthe
''i i. N--I\..: "IVruna ."-)r. O. Butler, IWiiefield! :>'. c. \\nte< from Tarlniro N. C.: "I find IV- 1)11. I

f. \ .. 'fa very irritating: < oiigrpsNiuaii Iii-iMik>>hlie of Iiiili.iiu rung to ln> an ,'xI'dll.nt remedy for the Aui<-uncenuLt of knowledge;\ that it was a coach I i

I Mli, '' -tnuin Say-: "I'f'I1what my friends say P>-- strip and <-.itarili. I have used it in my ;: with the set aide for colored people, and tooka I i
of Dr. Frank O.
\\urthiBxtou from -iml.i. ruua i* ft good Ionic anti a safe c.narrli family.-. 11. White.oticMssman .
und reach. =eat. Being loaded with
ha\<. taken one bottle i-f t'ur"-E. V. Ilrookslure, CrawfunUvillc 1 M Itllt'r ofrw' Sark. commissioner: from i

ii lulcnelited me un'i. Ind. David I:. \\'illi-r. of Oneonta, X. Y., subject to the action crttou-oil I -he refu-ed to move when! ordered I

.Worthinitun. ('ingrr nan |).>, ini'r of\\'t._t MrRinij. I ", rilt'-,: "I am fully ('''m incl<1 that! 1 comple; l by the conductor to do to, though
: inkhrail .. AlulMina. Writes: from 11 heehngV.. Va.: "I join i 1' is ell you claim it after the cratic primaries, '
' I'' i ina l:;one of the U--t with my colli-azui--in the ll( u-eof Kcp-: use of a few .ttlC'-II.lnJ F. Wilber.ongressniiiii N t\va today. Tie \\" ;; : : u-ed to she was fully acquainted with the

J i r 1 uicd."-J. 11. Bankunris ent.itives in ri--omnwnilin jour excellent I (. ]>nii);>in of OMo. cratic club endorsEd : : building hw which reserved a coach for colored I I
\1. rel\1t..Jy.- B. iNjviueron Writes from J.n-kTtn! ,0.: "I recommend .. The people only. In Spite of thh .
fur this place at it- last:
P. from \...rlll"ut.J ( ;:rri-Miiaii II1'ml.'J'it.\.f Kansas, I'crmiii to anyone in neul of an invigorating i I ill; rushed knowledge she made no effort to
. ,"Irvine Iiun he did not aree to
J n-ville" Vt.: "I cant 11-rite'from Holton.Kas.: 'Ihaetakentwo : ; tonic ;! ,
;-' as an excellent IMlttl..S "f IVrnua and find it to I* Itiirliam from (alifornin, next day and then who avert arrest. ,

II. Henry Towers. excellent remedy fr colds: and throat Writes from Santa Ulm, 'al.: 'At the distinct understanding; : engaged a Mi-i Lf'e'a* relea-ed': on her own

: trouhll'-Ca HnKlcrick. solicitation of a friend I u,<.- Hi liolll Mississippi the work. recognauce and will appear before -
.1 i I IMk.: : "I take ('on r"'.nUln '\ ilfr nf Ohio, runa, and can cheerfully recommend it.) not be the candidate of ; but I )Ia Himpson today.Nut l\\I

in nilinir: '''lIr ttreatIVrnna.astheltctt Writes: I only IVruna for a short -J. A. Barham. that if elected he l ; -

time.. and am thoroughly:: sati-tiwl as to l I For free I.k address Tha PtruaaI best attention to the caipeuters!! a lIIall i..lun. '

-\\'. V. Sullivau. | iu mtfi ./'-S. s. Yoder, Lima, 0. I Medicine Co., Columbus J. city are l'
I --- county and not of any i You will agree with us that to
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change exiteuce into life, or to
Dr. Reh*haw li I
aisFNi3fa1l1l/Nl/01l., worth League) at Ii! p. m.. Miss Mary ('hri.tian.Church party. make life more abounding, is not a
nizes the fact that small mission. It U accomplished
: J a'I.y t\T THE CHURCHES : Lucia Richard, president. prayer '! of Christ, Corner Alcaniz I by the bestowal of the greatest of fro I
service on Wednesday evening on ':land Jackson-Bible school at 9:15a. county commissioner; i* blessings,health and strength. It t

.aOsia/str1Ns............. account of the revival at the Palafox in. ; communion service at 11 importance, worthy I I is the mission of Hood's Sarsaparilla. ,' .

\. liolic I :Street\ church. a. m ; prayer meeting Wednesday at thought and ability one BUCCY II and medicine is so well that fulfilled in thousands by this great and

Order of divine lIu5cog'te'harfPreachiua' at 11 i7:45: p. m. You are invited to at consideration of quetti thousands of homes the name,

a. in. and S \>. in., by tae: pastor, Rev tend these services. i Hood's Sarsaparilla, is always spoken j
'inner: First mass I finance, and that if the I with ratitude.I .
Gex W. Carpenter ; Sunday school
i -- on Baylen
mass: and sermon, I I We are to much that Is
glad so
him in thisposition i of say
at4 p. m., J. N. Andrews, superin Universality.Kunday I
!iiiug devotions, 6 I by a ne- fully deserved.
if 1 tendent. school at 9:30: a. m. ; Y. P. be hU aim to serve --
hed into
;.. !'i- v. Robert Fuller- Warrington-Preaching at 4 p. m. C. U. at 7 p. m., subject, "The CRANDTOAT

1 < mass, 6:30 a. in. ; by Rev. Geo. W. Carpenter; Sunday Wonders of God's Works-Three The one great : Jones ;

m. benediction, school at 10:30: a. m., Fred Blum, Lessons From the Birds and Insects Vanilla Extract is purity. .
.1. ;
superintendent. I ," Psalm 118:10fatt.. 10:29. vanilla extract and crushed in, EXCURSION SUNDAY
Reed's Chapel Preaching at S nilla ,
Scripture le*son, Palm 91. Prayer extract. ( the occu-

5 I pI.cpal.Services. p. m. by Rev. A. L. Jones ; Sunday meeting every Thursday evening.All Hft\ : JUNE
| and Mr. 15
M. H. Park : 1902
school at 10:30a.m., are cordially invited to attend I ,
t' : by the
superintendent. \ ( services. II
these I --
! H. Whaley, at 7:30 GOOD RECORDBY docility of .
?15' p. 111.i The large sea-going tug Simpson -
.. Piesbyieriar.First :
Holinf' 'lib8ion. the buggy will
Church, corner run an excursion Sunday to the
J sixth: avenue, Rev. Presbyterian Church, Rev. Revival at No. 7o3 South Palafox | acci- l'. S. ship Hartford and Life Savin? ;
It. Walker Pastor Services in Station. Plenty of time
Linn street conducted will be
:ii., Prip-t in Charges by Evangelist : i I given those who desire
and in the to see Admiral
the morning at a.m.
Printer. !Services at 10:30 a. m., 3
s of the Rev. Mr. The Farragut'a
grading violation flagship,
a one of !1'I
for the
.- will be services every I evening at 8 p. m. Subject: and 7:30: p. m. and every night next I the oldest! boats in the U. 8. navy
service "How to Succeedin : mitted its report to : fast ,
clock, the Rev. H. A. morning week. returning stopping at the Life 8aV- e
'if A Life." Young people are earnestly Cook, and some I Jones lug Station, where an elegant fish 1

oth'ciating. Sunday invited to attend this service. Christian Sdence.I are made. I chowder, prepared by that well j
,14. qualified or known chef, Frank Maura, will be
The collection at the morning ser- I Services at 202 West Gregory street There were 31 white trial of a served ; plenty of time for those who .j ,

Jt t.llll copal Church South. vice is for the benefit of home mis- at H a. m. All interested are invitedto examined and not I desire to go in surf bathing. Boat f
sions. attend. were was di- leaven foot of Palafox street wharf 1 i
\ pet-Rev. J. M. Dan-
Of at2:30p.m.,
-- was reported. the returning at6:30p.m. 1 ;
Revival services at Fare, for round trip, 35 cents! "
p m. and to continue Baptist. McDuffie's Tasteless Chill awarded a first-grade | when

d S in. until further First Baptist Church-Services at Cure will build up broken down second, and five third preside. NAVAL STOKES MAKKKT.
p. I
and make the blood rich and ..
al chorus with organ 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Preaching by systems healthy, certain cure for chills, guaranteed cate*. One lady who Reported Dally for The New by .. is

uTompanirnent will fur- the pastor, Rev. Frederick Jones. or your money refunded. ond grade certificate j i I *. Union NaTAl Store Co. j
All cordially invited. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m., E. D. 50 CE TS. I BYRfp bai
Young People's Sold by John Sheppard, 405 S. Pal- at the recent ;i : by millioniol BOIIB. k

." 'II 1 at 9:30:1. m., J. N. Beggs, superintendent. afox street. spoke great deal for I, the teething child WW __ .._......,1:1: &swo .B '_...__.11 I ..
If ,erlntendent ; Epworth service at 7 p. m. wind _..._......... a Co i a._. .1 .) '1 '.I:

.';01 m., ,\Y. U. Goodman, THE PENSACOLA CONCERT of Pensacola's public or sufferer Diarrhoea.1m- ti1I5 M_.........25 :"_.___ := 1 ,, ,, ,.ti
Fst l ut. Rev. John B. Cum- Lutheran.Norwegian BAND WILL GIVE A DANCE AT There were sixteen In every cart K _.__ s a, D ___
L--_ _
t {OI 1; It
a bottle. beIO"_ 1
,>f the most popular Lutheran Church, on MAGNOLIA BLUFF TUESDAY cants.! One of these ', Booth Bplarn TU&P..1'IJI.-' .

Alabama and at pres- Palafox Wharf-Services every Sun NIGHT. TICKETS AND TRAINS second grade kind. 1

.1- the Government Street day at 10:30 a. m. All Scandinavian SAME AS FOR THURSDAY watch ICE-COLDWATERIELOSSAT i it
third grade. Six failed.
'.' ile will arrive Wednes- people in Pensacola are welcome. NIGHT CONCERTS. call on THE GARFIELD ICE CO'B. 4I 4

:-i) :I n to assist in the re- 0. Folden, pastor. is the will ac ;

v Palafox Street church. German Lutheran ChurchSunday Elegant china closets, L La Norma I See L. : / you wish the very lest :

ti- :street Church, Rev. W. school\ a. m.; German service, sideboards and leather- ice cream freezer at the ;

&. a Pastor; -Services at 11 with Holy communion, 10:30 a. m.; seat chairs at MarstonfQuina's. another column. fishing lowest price, the Willis very
7:30 subject
rv service at p.m. ,
P- m. by the pastor. English Low prices ICE-COLD WATER % at Hardware Co.
; easy
Prodigal Son. J. F. W. Rein can please
0.r: '.'I I at 9:30a.m., A. H. "The
\. payments. you.
superintendent ; Ep- hardt, pastor.


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I .-:::> Will sour the sweetest
i1 GOLD DUST. j AN OLD transform, most even tempereu ov

q .. s/Ut tti GOLD DLrSTlwtas: do yoar ..d.-;' Killed by Invention He Had Lcfcorcdfor.25 I Plan to Electrically Equip All Steam able irritable nature individual.into a cross-grained a-j

Years to Perfect J Railroads. I If impatience fault-finding

New York June 13.-Herman O. New York June 13.-In connection are
SORE ever excusable it is when the
'I I ..Moritz.. .Brooklyn inventor 62 yeara with the aequliitlon of the Stanley I tortured ISre
by an eating and paicfu _
'ilil. Las ben killed at Coney islaul Electrical Manufacturing company
It IS truly discouraging to fin f;. .
I hjr A xlev'ce on the invention of which plant at Pittsfield. Maes.. by WilliamC. I I months of diligent and faithful use of external remedies that the .

PAL !i:11' had tpeot: more than a quarter of Whitney and his associates Tho remains as defiant, angry and offensive as ever. Every chronii c

r \ a cr-.nturY:1UA all his savings. Tribune says, there! is back of the purchase ':, matter on what part of the body it comes, is an evidence of some pr vr.", t

;j "orit::;: .teventlon was an aerial to- to extend the works' '
i a purpose constitutional or organic trouble, and that the dregs of these a ,.

i1.. j i' 'ho8&n slid!. Permission had jut H with the aid of Ganz & Co.. of Budd I remain in the system; or, it may be that some !long hidden! poison .pt..::

!! :een sraitprl! to operate It. all the laws Peet one of the largest electrical concerns Cancer-has come to the surface and begun its destructive work

' "'CIM' '.JO<> If 1V> department being! compile in Europe for the purpose Of I I The blood must purified before the sore will fill up with health 'h

r'J I"... '. :,h. The fist car was empty and converting steam railroads In this: I and the skin regains its natural color. It is

.If&li'. *-c_: without iny trouble.! Other cars country into elctrical roads. The substitution I through the circulation that the acrid, corroding

./..h -ope! in them were sent over. of electricity for steam ou I fluids are carried to the sore or ulcer and keep it

r Tit tlfMce seemed to be working to IS STRONGER American lines is not. according 10 I irritated and inflamed. S. S. S. will purify and

i' ,">flucn. and 2.11 the various cars one The Tribune expected to be entered I invigorate the stagnant blood when all sediment or

GOLD DUST : -afr Ir., 'hr went down: the steep Ii THAN HIS upon at once, but for the immediate! j other hurtful materials are washed out, fresh rich blood is carried .

..."d 3" ed! aice &u with a round turn future Increased plants at Pittsfl'J! f diseased parts, new tissues form, and the decaying flesh begins to i
i* a wOIW 5 tafJHend when wash cay comet I :\101 &!.. ftcod and IvXiked his face tw t healthy and natural look the discharge ceases and the sore heals 4I
around It makes ('.e clothes! SWett and cean.TMM on. alle to supply the demands of the %
only halt: the 1-rre and halt the taker, of SCAB.Jost 1 tramts* with piure. He fairly! I S. S. S. is the Only blood :
; lollo"dvKUCc&cn package. 1 street raIlways in this city. Philadelphia -I Several year ago, ny wife had a sethat P .t'er

K&d. oru1 by THE t> K. FAIRBANK! CWP/JSY. A.-tPrt for joy. The dream of the northern New Jersey and Con I Tere tore leg and was treated by IS guaranteed entire v '.:tt.

.1 Clucuo. ?*w Ytr*. Boston. St U..ti. ,i: Ian1'3. rs of hip hre was realize 1 I' best physicians but received no benefit table. It builds up the b I'
)WIeri Cl. ')':!. fARY: SOAP. i anl fiir- fe with delight! is H' | | fRPlRCES) necticut. Later wherever there is a'I Our druggist advised her to try S. 8. S., tones up the general svstt-m r J
congestion of traffic on the steaii which she did. Fourteen bottles cured "
other medicine; : alitlited: from the ,! does. If v "
=- cars an her and she has been well ever since. pII
roads in the east it is believed there |
/lro,1 the: ('onst.'u<:tion a success J. R. AROLD, 22 Canal St., a sore of any kind, write us I
OUR EXPORTS AhlD. IMPORTS. GOLDEN will be a displacement! of the locomotive -j II Cohoes, N. Y. the advice of
JuJ! !..:: f eitain to mat for him a fo"tec ( expeneniskilled ,

i: *. by electrical engines.A physicians for which no charge is made. Book on Blood an -,...,...
Lois In Former Confined to ani.Tobacco. : representative of the Whitnf '
Sugar y Diseases free. THE SWIFT .SPECIFIC CO.. Atlanta.
t Jr.. : Ga
<.7or Rittenlioiifp and Charles
: : [ syndicate. according to The Tribune. i '
. OtisI: ..iid 01 the! Inventor rode in MEDICAL --- -
Washington! Jiin* 13.-The total said the financial details of the plart I Jealousy Causes
the: Ian var to tie tebtt'd. Moritz stood Tragedy. SCHOOL SlTl'UKSAt :
value of merchand:,.t imported durIng -, by which the Ganz concern is to joa Trenton, N. J., June 13.-Ralph --
: at the fnct of the indite The ; I
the ten month *nded April :30, bands with Mr. Whitney and his asso- C. V. Thorn ptton'i N.
: Lord. a local character, at ; II ,
i I midnight sn
I nearlj adl.,1 the toji Hof tbtanr! : 'DISCOVERT p i
t 190%. was J55,3SO.52:: tjalnst $jU 12. : about 7ft fret. Th(' "rackiu. 11\\ ciates in the establishment of a branch shot and killed Mrs. Arville Worrel! Talatni
re was a
267 for the corr<'spoudlng period of I j I sotD,1 and Ittteahoiiso and Otis shot; factory in this country have beta ar 'I of rhom he was jealous and then Besides the standard l Ii

Ikll.\ The exports of nit-han is(> durloff : I ranged. It is further asserted that at shot himself through the lungs. He tionery we have in tint- *
lIae k\\anJ. Their ( ar had failed to
?r the same pencil)i arnt-jateJ to J3a,- least 15 locomotive building concernsin !I will die. velopes to match :
hold thf steel dog until the wp i>f (h.i CUES I Royal Crystal Bond.Hunt's .
727.965. against $;!&.S"J9.0''i. for the i i ; the United States will be brought
incline had hen readied. It ca1 Holland fl tid.Ladies' .
q tame period of 1 '{'1. tee into the enterprise.
down with gnat \tlncity straight" fr, 'I l Bessie Bonehill Actress, Dying. Art Stationery.
Tbe value of merchanau-e ('omn? WEAK"ST&IAHS Xf''IYork.. June 13. Foreign Mail, Etc.
the pla('" nheie Moritz was standing -HeFFie I Hone-
frtn tin United ttat..s fur the : I Artists'
time The car wa.alnc>st upon him when h On the fir*t indication of kidney hill the actress is dying; from cancer Material or
; was $23.S27."t: an increase of about trouble, it takingFOlpy'"I1 ; plies, Memoranaiiin Boi.k-:
turned to p tt ont of the way. It was at a hotel in Lotion, according to advices -
i 2 rt fefit over the wiitvni All! new and I right.
ciir' ; period Kidney Cure. W. A. D'Alemberte! ,
L too tat>. The bavy vehn-le >tri received ly merabirs cf tel i --- -
of 1'1.: while] the I'jp/irta trr U >" 121 S. Palafox.
him in the hark knocking him ihrotig:'. family. Rubber hose all ,
: .v .
amoun i> to | 0<7u-.777; a dttrciA. of I I III

,bout Ii..,4IIUflL a wire netting ar.d nut into the ROAeiy __ u ltal.. mi from fits "on hern Wood the Willis Hard .
\\ alk. He died two hours later ., %ie in uy-Iialsaiiu! .iLe! cerla.D cure(or coukh; Still After Escaped Convicts. I war-
The lob- in cxpoits, was coofinea fatlrely I
HitteuLoiii-e and Otis were throwi K. I. K. PICNIC. i Portland. Ore., June 13.-Tiack of I
to the .>--uiar and tobacco! tra'!-=. I You will have pride III \\
Shipment: !, nf siisar for the' Jwrloj !I from thur seats but were uninjured. DRUKINC'STRY : Trarey and Morrill, the escaped convicts flower garden if they ar.

,. Bids will be r-e-iv-il to nonu : hes been lost since yesterday at. own ground. Your husbai
how\'d I a off of about 'i..r"j) up
.--- Jelks'Pardons Abe Whites. Mouday. June Ititn, lifca! : by the a-.I' [JEW DISCOVERY : ternoon. Three companies of militia I a home, and he can do It 90
I I Montgomery Aa.! Juae 13.-Tha and a posse of citizens are still in though he may think tt
CUBAN RECIPROCITY BILL '! sociation for privilejrei at the picnic : par. j Every woman waut hm
governor has pardoned Abe White., FOR THAT COLD. suit with bloodhound a
--- and celebration to be given :and if she
-- bthe own will have a tai w
1 conyitted of assault to murder JO111TJ"'I !
I Situation In Senate K. I. K. 1,1' Thus. Watson &
Indicates CO'ltn.ued ; at Magnolia Hluil, July Co..
of the .
.Js. principal mob whi<"i Cures During the summer kidney .. .rslarities ,, .
Deadlock: SIt Present. IJneh.d j Robin Whites his brother \\\iffi.: eperate bids will be required | ConsumptionCoughs are often caused by exces-j J leading Real Estate Agent-

Wafhinsrton. June 13.-The situation and thr -'' of whom were pardoned oa for each privilegeafollow*, viz: : Colds, Bronchitis, .Asthma give drlnkin or boin6'erht'ated.. can show her how easy u )-

; (3 thf senate r.- ardin? the ('ulnn'rt'dpro'iO' Sunday. .tJle's pardon was stroaslvrecommendeJ 1. Sud
bill : using Foley Kidney Cure. W. A.
today indicated a coatinued 2 Uotlte and siudwiche |
- the who
by judge trIed
deadlock Th'f-rp wa no confermce :i. let Cream and Cake. I risy, LaGrippe Hoarseness, I: D'Alemberte, 121 South Palafox. Buy a new garden hose

I btwf u the opposing factions him. ---- --- -- 4. .Shoutiiiff (Jiiltry. Sore Throat, Croup and ,; from the Willis Hardwire

; end members of the common commitOM Bid will al-o be received for any Whooping 'I Pyny-Brtl am Stops the Tickling: !

-' -- -< ,. Spring Fever. -_:.. --,-,,--_.. ---. -- Cough. md onuLly all&t m&uum&uoc U 1U'tu'w.:, I Company.
iaia iney am not know as on! "1''U 1-1& 111'.e U'JI luelluoneuabove.
Spring fever I is another name for NO CURE. NO PAY. -
would b
nwessary. It stat I'd .
was that
bihouneIt i is more serious:: than I Pric 50c. and $I. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE.
the Cuban committee would report the most people think A torpid liver The !sale of cigar will be allowed BOYS: and GIRLS !i IJo you Uuilng wish to tpare make moment littlijuoney '

% reciprocity bill after a caucus uf Itea nd inactive bowels mean :I poisoned t>
j In Kseambia County Circuit Court,t5tate ot'lorl Ing our Blueine." .0*
per rent, commiei-lonon all .ales. An Indispensable Silk
publicans 1&11,1] let the heet sugar m"n system. If neglected, seriou! ill right i reserved to reject any I <1lt. In CbaDCH). u e. i.'erv lady h "I'Ulfht.cIbl'u the see it. Onto beet makes Ibe

lake the .lespondbility of passing tho nei1" may follow such symptoms. and all bide.Addresbids. i, Kurney 'Williarnb ( Blu.-" trr you -\er used in the ;\a h. Write today before jour territory in take.
Louse -bill iHliey 1esireJ!" DeWitt'" Little Early Risers remove I Ll1I..r Williams. i' Someone else and we will bend by return mail one dozen parkagt-H of "Blueine.
so \* hen you 1111fiold tbt-m. "
to return us -Or., retaining the balance tor, as }CUr cm
I '.fl It'a:; gut-raIIy! Known that U.11 diirr? by stimulating the liver: Uu Monday the Ttli daY of July -\.11. I'!.t 1! Mon lo not delay, but write at onre
the opening the bowels ami cle-\n-ing I). W. C. YAIIBKOUGH, thrdftriiiJant.l.iller U ilMmns.'irn.uirrd .\dllrr"jlt.>N ::\M.\M'KALll'Il: ( (> III lit. C IX |{ux HI. 1'liila.&
resident was to send in a to appear to tliv bill tiled against her her.
message. .OM the of H'I fe Pill*. .
.s -i-i .. ytein impurities. FELOMcALLI.STER: in.
. ,( the subjei-t and during the early >'ever trripe. "I have taken DeWitt's This order to he pubTNbed! once each

tours of the s-es-ston a great deal ot t Little Early Risers for torpid J2j:3t: Committee.l s eek lor four cOL"leUln'trtks in ill..
>, it Afpaper published in STANDARD ffHISKET\ {
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Jnteres-t was manifested i in what th.iecutire .- liver every spring for year, writes! j b,,,'. DbcanU'la: COUliI)'.

A might ay. F t. M Eve'll)'. Moundsville, W. Va lnlirrnuo ".ltll... A. M JU-MltHX.

- : -- They I do have me more tried.good "than any1thimr "I lloll 1 to take a liiilb t''f111' rtin. I By C'lerk H. H.Circuit Burton.Court I'. C 8 Years Old, in Casss cf 4 Full Quarts, at S3.20 per cm
1 ever Hargit'
.. t Roosevolt Will Send Message. ] John l li tit t'l1,1'1.. N my limit Ie.It\'." sii.1vtl IVnsucoJa.' "Ia. May \I. l'*'i. Jua\\H\ I't -
,' Pharmacy. Sheppard, :Sidney -----
"'a hinJtton. June 13.-President 1 1Koohexelt Kahn.! ;a \ kii'iwn. at hIvt.I "InMwul. J_ tice fltl

.. will send a message to con. t:."-li I I l.ruvji I .."'ly luuruiiii i ; f''r an II..ur.- I' EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. THIS WHISKKYi'di-tilletlattlic: XH-o I : t
., Distillery, and U fully matured in w
: .t tress today on the subject of Cub.ri Charleston Navy Yard.CharlE'ton. ;and l'\f tics er litvn in 1.t ttt s-li.iin- in I Estate of C. C. Yon fI. hr. deoeused.Notice before bottling it i is ub-olutely pure and not *

reciprocity The t my lif,'. I start at the top >f !lu-ad! I U hereby n\\t-n that on the .nth .
I me&sapp will cleailyitate i nil I cellbd in quality by \\'hi of the
S. ( .. June 13.-The action day of tctobr. A. II. I'I will pretvct to any -key same a:
I the president's s on the subject \ of the United States with i a lialrl'ruMi.; tln'ii take the t'.->h. I the Honoroblf t'robatf Judge; ot icainblaCounty. no matter where proviuced. The Royal Stands: ;
in .
and will\ advocate the reductionplan. senate vo: i I l'I'II..h-it i i is. ni.iue >i'iriall.v I (III' t itO I purpiisy Honda, lilY liunl Hccouiit1- SlatvoucI.r. is ei htyears old when bottled, and, consider .
l ing an extra appropriation of $ti57- I I '. a> Kxecutor: HIM! u>-k lor niy dicbarK -,-
aiul tluisb tin ili its excellent quality is the whi.kI.v
j< down t'> myIWt !>> from the Kxecutor-hip nl Mud cheapest
I ____ IM>I II for imm..dlllteOl'k on the navy until i I m.' skin i is iM--irU' the culorof ehlale. f. K. "iOM.K: the market at that price. A< a beverage! unit -

jard at Charleston is accepted here as a I iKiiU-d! Itlo oter. 'llit-rf's. iiotliini; Kxet-Jtor.. an absolutely pure stimulant, there i is uoue be '
River and Harbor "t'Il'/lcfla. Florida, -.'
Bill -\prill\'lb.lll
l Signed. final evidence that the Shipped in cue eontaininjc no marks whati-v -1>
construction I liki i it i ill tin.urltl.. I It Keeps the 1'1't'S oa IIIIm; .
;t \Vashineton. .lime 13.-TLe: pres- indicate contents. If purchaser exam
of thin important work will upon
shortly ''i fieoaiiil
u. i'U-ir (lie le il
: \l away < ;: (Il-[
n tent today feigned the the is not satisfied with
river and har whiskey thequuti'can :
gin. Ma.y Smjth has been advisplby I tu-ic. iliwsn't fiK-rvate the s.vs-tfin like. II !!i ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. .
.t bor bill. : I,i return the Bailie at our expense and iii'
._ ._ _ the navy department that plans I kith :lIIolnl"\1I1I I i K the Ii iitt eXl'rl'i"e '1/11 re estate John S Bell. I will be refunded.

; '. have ahi'ddy been aC't'ptf'anl1 within jtm can ;.:('t. Ituliliiti;'' the oily ufruriiuly ; 'I All crl'lhllu.I"ll8tl'f-s and others having I All orders should b P accompanied by -
:,: claims against the estate of J<.bn >. Bell, .
Interesting to Asthma ufterers. i the next few weeks bids will IIP with I lie liru-h tliaiifrin; ;': fruui i: deceased, are! hereby notified Hint came IICNTVYARA0tD currency potottice money order, bank dr itt i

1 Daniel Haute of Otterville Iowa, called for. Unless there is an unexpected Ii:,i il to litin l a<; the intisclfs uf one i lUst be presented lo utilerMKiud! within pres money order. We refer to First N. '

-' 'I writes: "I have had athma for change the actual construction! .1 arm tire will I ktjpoi: Mipit| (I 1111] I InuIMT. I ,j,I barred twoears from tins date W or. A.they hEI.L will, be I I I Bank or any merchant in Peusacola.

will begin within M; or !90 I It'st Ki't-at tliinir."-1'hilaileliiUia !!I I F. J.KKI.L.
.1 three or four aud have tried anJ
thf'rf'1J1 be delay \ H" ( lrd ...-. .: r.- ,.-.t._""_" >r<- I j i 5. H.KELI.. S.
;-F about all the cough and asthma no having the .: .,. !..t.- Adutni-tratrL A. FRIEDMAN
station roinnli-re : j l-eniacolH April i:>,l!*t2. irmoaui JLfl ,
i cares! in the market and have re- ? ;, I "&1_. :
JS. .. -* I'rnfmtlonal Jealnnii- | .
,. 'eied treatment from _____gw -- -
physician1-; The Comedian-1 i ii SOLE PROPRIETOR PEXSACOLA
. York I j thought you nnd i I! e1 FLA
; in Iser and other cities. ADMINISTRATRIX' NOTICE. ..
1 I i Miss Poser were to be married this ,..
-but Rot very little benefit un Sloe) mw.\lm: ,:HOO. i i|I FbtatCotCha.T.: Crunise. ptceaett.otace -
j week. I Is it po tpOlwll \ I', O. I1OX 4IH. TFLIL'IIuI: : IrOn.
; til I tried Foley's Honey and
1 I
The readers of this paper will bf'1!1 tpleasd ; Is hereby 1(1\.n that on t b.Ith
t Tar'hi h s-tve me iiuuiedi- The Heaiy-Uad sir: She! actually ,.,I da of August A, I'. lw:!. I will apply to ., ----
to learn that there i Nat 1".It '
ate relief ana I will never be wants! !her name to lI'IIfIlr[ before mine : the Honorable Probate J udi< > of ecainbia DMA.un'*

4t # without it j in my hou-e. I -incerel.v one tlrpHh'd l li-ea-e that I'ci..llce' (In the wedding anrfounctment-Lt- j i i i county.administration Klorlda.of for haul a ei-tate.ill-charKf from the _9I handle every class: of Liquor ,
bulk or bottle wholesale I
or retail at
$4 I reoommend It to all.V.. A. D'AIfmberte :Jin-i been able to cure in all it>1. "taie- .hnn ;e. ___ .._ l"IIARI.uTTE B.CRoNlORT :. I down. priare
11: 1\. Paldfox.bteamsnip : : jloullII"mI way
'uid that i i.i catarrh. Hall' Catarrh
Cure i i" the only i-itive: cure Ill.\; I| aird Frt in an Awful Fate. !
ooel Athore, ; l BARUAXCAS, FLA. May
Known hi tinUieilical fraternity "Everybody ald I had cUII*nmp- X 1 29, iy! JuiiP 12.
U New YCI1I : -The freight Catarrh being constitutional tlrte.
a will be received until 11 all
tion, writes Mr. A. M. Shields of triplicate, WICKE&CO.
-t4 fteanishlp Hueomlo. of the Xew Yoktnd .
\ require-* a run-titiitionul treat-
a. m. June 18. IJ4rl! for constructing,
Chamber* Pa.'a' low
1 I'otto Hl
fj41 T went ashore in New York acting dirtctl.Upllll the after six mouths of severe sickness,
to- fi'erll' Quarters here. U. H. re-erve* i
:t :-. iay. The lessel had arrived from Norfolk blood and tnucoui surfaces of the caued by Hay Fever and Asthma right to reject or accept any <-r all 'Plumbep Gas and Steam Fitter<

-4 :- I a.. and Captain McLean her ,sys>t m,..thereby ile troyingth foundation that few thought I could iret well, i proposals or any part thtreof. Information ,
It theliea I '. and
-( giv'iugtl1l' but I learned of the marvelou* merit furnished on application.
(tj commander. Intended make .
an anchorage patient strength by building up) the of Dr. K ing's New Discovery for Envelopes containing poaNhould No. i
pr South
Palafoz trc>pt.
W off Liberty Island when coti-titutiur. ii.L i I
owing a ib"i..tinglIature in
tied it and ,
wa com. be marked "Proposal'! f 'r "
it wurk. The All Kinds o Plumbing and Gas Fittings! Mftt''naN Kop$ on H;i.
to a dense fog;: he lost his hei'IERS doing proprietors pletely I cured. For desperate Throat: addresedV E.,
0' ..,, .... .
have *() much faith in its curative J."pwnNJ.l *>>\ A
and the ship stranded on Oyster aud Lung Iieaes i it i is the safest1 COLE (J. M. SrtMn4t 10J2:

Island. Ineffectual' attempts were \\.I.r.., that they nlTrrOiiH! Hundred cure m the world and i N infallible ---
fur any ca-e that it fails to for
Cough*, Cold? and! Bronchial
made to pull her into deep water. Another
effort' to float her will be made cure. Send fur H-t of testimonials Affection Guaranteed bottle We.ind ''VEEliL: SCHK1JI 1. 1 AR :
fi Addre! F. J. CHK.NKV: & Co., $1.00( Trial bottle free at W. A. M.AveyEU'EeSOR

!E tt high tide. Toledo, 0.fCt'ld D'Alemberte's, 121: South Palafox.THE FOR STEAM DIVISION<< .

by Druggit i5c.Foley's --. ----
; :, : TO AVtRY11011.,1 K
Reid It in His Newspaper. I'E5ACOI.COUEIn':
' Honey Tar COMPANY.Trktni .
1v. ,i George Schaub, a well known German and BAND WILL JIVE A DANCE AT : : IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF ,\'ooIllates.CASTORIA leave FentaeoU for the Un.
:,t citizen of New Lebanon, Ohio.
MAGNOLIA BLUFF TUESDAY:, HIf Rayou.WarriflgtonNay; Y&r
r1 .. is a C.tItUlt reader of the D'tijfonVolkcituHi. tad Fort Bar &ac.t atamarrIVektFOrt HARDWARE.

He knows that tin,* NIGHT. TICKETS AND TRAINS: 1 : Harranea 7I61iuuu
a. m.arrive at Fort lS.rrancaIIOlt".!
1 paper aim* to adverti-e only the SAME AS FOB THURSDAY 1:uo p.m.arrive at Fort Karrancai I:'5p i

tj- beat in its column: *. and when heiwChamberlain's NIGHT CO.vCEIir 1 I' sW! p. m. arrive at fort Barrancas 4:1! p rehap.m.arrtTeat Iron, Nail*. Axe, .Shovfl I-*. Haw jj ""I i lUll -aniboat
For Infants and Children. Fort barrancai 7Wp i Supplies, Cooking and Heatim ...mveI'Hint.. ills
It Puiu Balmadverti-ed :Up m.arrive at Fort Barrancai 8:'" ':,1 !

? II: therein for lame back he did not [The Kind You Have Always Bouglfi We will: launder your spreads foi:II cola Trains at 'etve Fort Barranoaifor Penn :I Window Ola s, Guns, Pistols nt. i I- I. ?iu: I r rkle.

,5 c.nts each and make them look I
hesitate in buying a blUlp1 it f.)r tike uw Star Laundry. 7:1Aa.m. arrive at Feniacola ._. MLI. a. t j Agate and Tinware ana JOIL'e111 itiIiiii" ;; Goods.
?> biJ wife, who for elht'f>f>k* had Bears theSignature // lliiO p m. arrive- at l'eul.col.Iltlll.D I

i1 antlered with the no..t terrible pnn: o! .hi OO p. m. arrive at feniacola ._. 2:48 p.z5uu ''AGEXtiFOU BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL (;O IPAXY"1n*!
.- ...... _.
back and could telief. p m arrive at .enlaeI. J:16 p o
in her get lit) 1:0"'P rn. arrive at Pectacola.__ T:it p Rtvere Giant Stitched\ r.eltinp Northampton Emery
,- He says: "After um the Pain II CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH'J 'g: .5p. m. arrive Peniacoia.._. ':1' s Wheel Co., Lsftin & Hand Powder Co.. Johnson's KUomine -
ft Burn for a few daymy wife .ud: tome ENNYROYAL PILLS .tur\aTl only Iron
King) and Buck it..vP: and Ranges, Wn
'1 feel as though born ''int-w" ((,liIn. .4 ? NIa, KABK; rOK WIIK DATS.Feniaoola ; Coups
I, r 1f, and before tHinf* the entire content* ( t.'c le.4.A: ... ('III.n.j( IIt..n.' ..4. .; (;LNJttF. to Fort Barrancasand return Made Railroad Colors.

:! of the bottle the unbearable pain* .., t. .ki II.a.,. e..ld ...... ., I.... ...... Veniacola to Navy Yfcid and rvtcrn__ ttPeniaooia
. 4 had entirely vani-hed and she could I This giynattre is on every box; or tbo p. nr;!=- -v.' ', -w .i."n.' "........,.. ." .AII n.r.1.11a... to Palmetto Beach and return u Masonic! Temple. Pensacola. Fla.I .

again take up her houehold dntie,; 'l.axati\'e 13romo.Quinine | f ,. ..-.. r r-, ,'e' ."..Jh' .,...IIr. i. SUNDAY ICHIDCDI.H'hfn .

L i He i* very thankful and hope* that the reutxiy that enrcs a cold in one dar. .\"> %i?' .u.i.-i."ltll.I'arllr..r rAP l.Ji......"i Tt.t'monUUT ..ktl.r.ttreA permits tbe running o
likewie will ht'arf .._.._ i. .*r. \lmll.. lI'.bs... "..4', open
: t, ; all her fullering wonderful: recovery. Thi* valuable I. ", >..-f hl.lif.... ....'.,t fii.pksl 11 _.. II f.A. Leave(Pentaoola. Lv Fort 1C Bartaceaa.m. a. !Ii. I W. B. WRIGHT>> GOffiPflJlY

4s liniment i* for ,sale; by all drug Tne llapp Home iliewell' 11 &. m IS m ,

". : giets aud medicine dealer } :? Ip.m p.m. L' m-
furnished home. Marston cracs Tee BirO for unnatural ".m p.m pm. : -\

.11r. ,> 'j' Quina can supply you i1UstyLO.n4I.4.. $ttKIpL ,tf rrIiat1tD mocoo.I'iiDltH. fit. ThtItU tlcrpt'ii I.C.IUtI I I.; 5p.m.Jp.m. IP 8pm. mFABlFOB : rrLTJMBERLATHS I ,

: ( with all needed in the CIPIUjc$ tod nut a ma- rDATeniaeola : I l
way: TdfLd.ClCaLC3 geDtufpoivnuU. > Barrancas Kit
to J.-t )
; : TUi rifB&tnr !. en every t.cs cf the genuine of house furnishings at the taClNATtO Sold by DrD4T1Ia, < 1 ard and retoro. _... ____ Hi SA WED CYPHEES SJlKGLrHlin.Drtl! tI
in *'. and iLijte
or cent pl a t fjr, oi co: to Palmetto Keaofi
A1 7". Laiative Bromo-QuinineT&biet8tte !lowest prices cash or credit. d t'f eiprw rrfHid. fcr -.tora._______i lt
i ll.flU. or 3 kIItI.l L.7.S .. ..
remedy thai care a eo4 In ODe o freight received alter 1:16 p. o>. ..- PES ACOLA. FLA.


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WILL WAKE kLd Following the Flowers --

Special; Court Held at Buckingham. ;


AFFIDAVIT ASSOCIATION London.Congratulatory June 13.-King Addresses Edward ha-1 It a title always uaodited with the name of the author of that column in the Ladies' Home Journal, Eben B. ,

Rexford, the Shiocton Wis., poet and story writer. One always thinks of a nature lore-Hike Wr. Rexford as the i ipoeeeasor
MEETING a special court at Huckingbam; palace i t of bounding health and wperabunda.nt vitality, 10 it sounds odd to hear that he was a confirmed

today for the reception of addresses dyspeptic not so very long ago. The story of his trouble and its cure is best toll in Mr. Rexford',i own word. .

Lease of Life for ar -- from the l..r-l mayor, Sir Joseph Dim*. Hinni need of a remedy for indigestion writes the floricultural editor of /
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Iowa Postmaster. t t tpc { The fifth Sunday; meeting of the j| dale London and county the corporation council congratulating and from the THE LADIES' HOME JOURNAL ;

i, '' : "I have been l>f'al'e. The kin;; took occasion to express I bottles afforded permanent" relief and restored the tone of the digestive organs to its natural condition. I caa +t ,; ..11/
) the Pleasant Hill heartily recommend
r trot are Church June 27, it. /
,, Indigestion and ult i his!: sentiments on the subject i

:J:e >r years. Being unable to ob- '' 28 and 2.<).. The program will be as more fully than heretofore and tly f NORlttAL.CONDITIONS i i idf!

1; t aalent.rellet, I resolved to trj <': tactful reiogcitlon! which he made ot are referred to by Mr. Rexford as natural conditions. This is undoubtedly the correct view. The normal man Is a i j i !
.,-+pejr\ia Cure. Before 1 hsc follows: healthy man. Health depends on the If the
the digestion. digestion is good the health it If the
Sl'; :. bottle I knew I had found.1' sterling qualities of the Boers will:! poor the general health always suffers good. digestion: u .. "i

I I .J long looked for. After JUNE 27TH. doubtless materially aid in the \\0' I. : ; ;pi 11

tiitr, 1 was cured of a soreness it ,i of appeaseiaert in South Africa. I DIGESTION IS NATURAL; INDIGESTION UNNATURAL :

.r' ,e that I had not been fret S p. m.-Preaching by Kev. J. H. i! His majesty, surrounded by the ;i 1

r 'i-r ten years. I am better to i, McAually. household, received; the I But so many of us have strayed away from natural conditions that few people are really healthy. Hasty eating, r'l; l j I
city digniti
: irregular hours, mild dissipation dozen other stomach
furears.% Kodol Dyspepsia! i a destroying customs of the! day have made dyspepsia and II J '
iV. neb in the throne room and replying } indigestion the characteristic of the .
yen me a new lease of life : JUNE 28TH. complaints generation. If the suSerers knew how easily such troubles vita .. "
t: t1 -uSerin person will us. \ to the lord cujor's address, he said: I' be cured there probably wouldn't be so many of them. :rI

: Cure I believe If 10 Called "I thank } uu in my own name and I I
r, ;pepsin it' a. ui.- to order by the
.,.,1 stomach from which they in the quecn'd for your loyal and cuti- KODOL DYSPEPSIA CURE

? f .' they will receive perma- chairman; socg No. 101 in Gospel ; fail address and the congratulation! will do just as much for others as it did for Mr. ReJ: ord. It is not 99 ;;:

Anyone wishing can hare hymns ; 95th p-alm! and prayer by 1 sent us on the dose or the South African much a medicine as a digeataut. There have been and are other dyspepsia ;I!I!
tuent astothegeuuinnesj remedies which afford ] i 'f
temporary by digesting certain
Dr. D. C. }lur war. 1
heartily join ,
on. )our tx-
I j
of this t classes of food.
w-s statement. '1 What is really wanted however, it a preparation i .
uionial i is the voluntary 10:20 a. ic.-Oalliu! ; the roll of presaion el thankfulness to the Almighty which will digest all classes without the stomach's aid. This is tho'a 1:

,, a nun; who has suffered, churches God: for the termination of the ',- result accomplished by Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It is the only prepara f ; ,

'.11 wantsothers receive and hearing: reports from, stru.Jau which, while it entailed on ,! tion which digests any and every kind of food. You need variety. A I' '

.fits. Kodol PysjR'psia ese ch. my people at home and beyond the diet is often injurious. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure renders a diet entirely t! fi

any case of :o.tQmacb seas so many sacrifices, borne wth aJmiraMe unnecessary. It rests the stomach by digesting what you eat. Thus ': J If
lla.m. The : -
'sis the stomach by di- work of the holy : 1 a\, rest and the wholesome tonics contained in Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I :
loitituiie! has
secured rt-fci'lt
: a ,
I t roe eat. The rest alone Spirit] in the Churer-e-, by Rev. W. ', i \\ coon restores perfect health. t
will she increased an.l ,
health. But Kodol l unity
U. Moritz aud ethers. strugth to tmplre. The cordial ;
re also contains tonics j my
was tronblrl with indigestion a long time."writew. H. Eorirtti, promt : ,
.p the organ and hasten 11:4) a. in.-Has the church any and' pOlllallt'(1US exertions lu all part: i, rent merchant and mi!!ownrr of 1-ure Air Mo. "I consulted a number of doctors I. t
t You don't have tc of niy domains have done much tJ' "14 end tried many kids of medicine but cure did me any good Finally! I took '
Cure will di. "
luspopsia ring about this happy\ result. recommend it to sufferers from Hjiinuh Uuu'ule." 'l
u' at. Helps children, too. its member? I. J. L. : i
By ev. Bryai "You give; fitting expression to the' "I hal: ypepsia.. for fifteen years" says Jerre long general merchant of !
Blue Knob Pa. I tried 11I.ind.of remedies and medicine from doc-
Kotltii l Dyspepsia Cure and other.. admiration universally felt for the val-! ,. t you but got no relief. Lately I have beta using Kodol pot Dyspepsia Cure,many and bar d:

r sail Stomach Troubles. i or and entuiancu of the officers and n\ eC-/ been feeling better ever sinv.e I started I have an appetite and what I eat agrees '1
l 12)1I-Rece-; dinner. r with
!1 me. mu-t eive the credit to Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and would recomaieud '
v vE 0 rWiTT.tCo.Clilcaeo men who have bon engaged in fighting W. H. 10%" tlL ittoallotberasu7enugfrom the dreaded diseax of d>'spepsu."
M hJd=2'i awes tilt 5Uc.size. 1:40 I p. Devotional' exercises j their battles. I.
country's They have Prmriil by E. C.OiWItl t Co., Chlcigs. The $1.00 Bottla conttlni 2"4 (lass n "much (b* ICIUiI"usur8"'lnt" ) at the trial she .
led by Jesse J ord.}n. been opposed by a brave and deter1i i which tills for 60 cents 1.
fl.NE M 1!MJTE CurfTuat's
t cough 1 :35; ; p. m.-Ha- a Millenary Bap- i i!:!I mined people and had to encounter KODOL DYSPEPSIA CURE VI YOU EAT.WHAT ,.J Ji :
unexampled difficulties. These diffical. ,
i what it's maJa for. list church I
a scriptural right to re- | :
ties were cheerfully overcome by'-: --- --

1" armacyJohnf3heppard tain members iu full fellowship who at "ady and persis-tent effort and thOl I \ut ,:4lwaa -i..dpd. t DR.MOFFETTtt I Cures Cholera-.InfanfJ/ I i

oppose supporting tai-=fan work:'1 1 who were our opponents will now. I'' DauiUtT: hate, an imitation to the lfl; Diarrhoea.Dysentery ,

By Rev.: A. S. J. Countryman. rejoice! to think. become our friends theater and have no chaperon. I : the Bowel Troubles of I

.. i 1 I It is my earnest hope that by rautinl :, MotlHT-You must Lave one of ; rYfnl ChildrtnolAnyAgt.! ,

u>t II Oil l I..lnlI. 3 p. m.-Has the church the right; i,, co-operation and good will the bitter :, courM. or you shan't go. It's Tom Sir. r BAflf TEETHING.POWDKRS)! ( Aids Digestion, RcguItUi !.
i' 1'.1'1, .\.m happen to the
Ap6' BowelsStrtngthttu
,. to retain members; who buy, sell,, feelings of the past may speedily be Sliiupui. 1 suppose."No. : f.
''Ial'l't i : u\er fair the Child and Make ;
juur ( '
Costs 25
I' replaced by ties of loyalty and it's from Mr. 1"atpur'e. ,. 1' ,r. Only cents at Druggists, ::
work and
M ,, ".itin tlross prulle ride on trains on the Sob I 1 frlf'nJ.1: I 1.1 TEETHING EASY.
: ship and that an era of "Uin-iie\tT mind about the chaper- t "' JOr nail ii cuts to C. .1. MOFFETT. M. D.. ST. LOUIS. MO. t:

: -> | bath:' By Revs. J. L. Bryars, J. H. prosperity be in store for South on.-New York \Yt'c'I! )'. Coluinbiiit, Ia., Attg. ti, '''''1. .
I\a; s a o-ien:; cf wet when I I|I may | ItK. f'. J. JtOFFF.TT-Dear Itwtor: {{'. re your TEETHl\A iTetthtna k I''I
McAnally, B. H. fkinner, I. r pence ,i, Africa." loinlrr*) to our little granit child with the happient ,.,"""". The rfferfs

101\:: "II alill 1:1 all profoJ. L. Taylor A. M. Lowery J. E. No ?ood heilth uult'** the kidneys: werelimnosnagfentan.teertaieelyueoreeatiejartorythnnf'roma treerertived. Tours "rltrllly, JHSFl'll N. KEY''gthing,

1' '.. are sound. Foley'* Kidney Cure (Aoir ttishoy Southern ..tIdlOflhtHln/.. Muntor 1'hnreh.
ii'! ln-r |Ial': | : todiue with Holley, A. S. J. Countryman. J. T. A Real Friend. ) of ttt. lied ,a
makes the kidney* risrht. W. A.
.J> "I suffered from dysppp and indigestion (,I r
Fillingim, J. \V. Day and other, ; for fifteen years," says W. |I D'Alemberte, 121, H. Palafox. TIME TABLE. f' ,

;5 p. mAdjourn.. T. :-Sturdevant Merry Oak, N. C. -- -- -- -
O.A.BTOn.tA.: : : "After I had tried many doctors and LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD

B A I ire K:-d Vii Ha.a >'*3iS; 83156 I 7:45 p. m.-Sing and prayer medicines': to no avail, one of my The Beer IN EFFECT DECEMBER! I. 1WI
,:: 1 led by L. C. liow man. I j friends persuaded me to try Kodol. I
C4&Zzt. 1 It gave immediate relief. I can eat II I' New Orleans and Mobile. "
s p. m.-Hearing reports of our That -- -- ,
almost anything I want now and my Maderr I
missionary, Rev. JV.. Day ; and ', dlgei tion is good. I cheerfully ,06; No.4. I So:!. .... So.. I Nol, No..,
7:15 a 122:15m 11:1); p Leave Pensacola..Arrive 5rI)) a 4m: 8:00
--: -: ...... i recommend Kodol." Don't try to'cure I I s i5" a :!::7 p'' I:,': a Ll'avl..... tlomaton ..... Leave 2ti: a I I :2d p p 7:25 p J 1
<**r** r-** ** P
\ discussion by all. '' stomach trouble by dieting ,,11'a .::!! p I 855 a Leave....._ Mobile .... Leave" 1ln't: 1:150 6lIOp .

a PUBLICITY FOR 9 p. m.-Adjourn. i i- D&NNfl5& D I n TMav U 5 i I I ... __._ 'Sp TJ.: ) s Letcr: ..New.North.Ilrlean9_ -Leave-- .-9'tp- 7i:! si __-.

THE PEOPLE. JUNE 29TH. ;< ening food. Kodol enables you to ,

.- assimilate, what you eat by digest- -IsVICTORIA- SI). 2. No. 6. No. l ;: No 1.
9 a. ra-Song and service in:; it without the stomach's: aid. 11I\j pm 12:15 p m Leave ..... Peoaeola ...Arrlve ':1)01 p m 5:00 a m
> erVsfird Costs You Cent prayer J 614 I ,,_.
.: a a m 6:5 p mrrlv Montgomery _I.rave ILLS am P:3j
HargU' Pharmacy, John Sheppard, p DI
11 ,,, ,,___
:5? am Q: p m A rrlv Btrmtoghaw _Leave
and Ker: Wrrd is Head led D. M. Jemtt. a m 6:06
> Sidney Kahn. ,, ..... Pili
labpm Arrive. asbvllll.Lt'ave ..... ..... _.. .. _
\t\ I 2\11 am 1:1.1 a m I Arrive ..., Lonhv1IIe .._Leave P:15 ..
h\erhody. 9:3o a. in.-Is the church respon.I I i I 1'Oam 11:1a I I : p m 2: a m
+ Baron Von Bleichroder Dead. MADE BY ACME BREWING CO. I Till..m: I'illp m m Arrive vl.l'lncloo&tL.Lene, ..Leave 6:00pm 11:15pm I II ofI
!....LoUh. 6:15pm
Bible for the Sunday school? By J. I I : IIMpm j r1'l0.
'IO I\. '10 LEND. I i New York. June 12.-Baron George BEST 10-CKNT ROT ILE HElm PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION. I i t.\i
.. A. Godwin and others. :
-- ---------- Von Bleichroder. whose death in IS TOWN.DA.NNHEIS8ER.
ONB1 r.. I\N--Onbous bold furnli 21-Daily No. 3-' !j Nostop where time not ebown No. t-Dally 'No
from rT-Dally
!. lu:2i a. -Who should first enlistrl an automobiling accident has --
{ i ir Hi cows nnd all kiadi of per ; 1---
.1 o' opt-rty T rnn ; Just been announced was one of the BROS llM pm 7.1) a m ''LI'ave '''- Pensacola.Arrlve 10:....)
easy pm : 6:3
(Sunranixeil. Apply to A. A. Ficheuuth rl in the Sunday school work? By E. 1:13 night 7:13" ....-. Iobpmla ......... 10:31' '' 6 "" p to m t.
I'..ti. oa Rtrent.ON best known men in Paris, as well as AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED 12S 1" 7:11\: \ ....... YDlestra........ II 10:94 II 8:01: I
i H. Adkis ou, U. H. Srimlar: and'i. Berlin says a dispatch from the for. 12:5 7:1'1" ......Escambla. .. 10:92:: I 55T + i

\I' E1' TO LEN \on improved ,real e others. i mer city to The Herald. Baron Von I I. f Harper Whist y. I I 1\\1 1\\:::: :: 7:3:::: I : :: ......_....-..... Mulat Harp ..............'... :: 1:2 10..1* :: I 6.1 6"j; !I.

tats In large or null amount. at Intrsotlnterrt. Bleichroder ,' 1"-I.. 7Sr: ,. .........GltCity ....... II '
Call on L. +IteE. brooks, The ;speaker; will be limited to ten j was a special partner ia ;Main House-401 H. Palafox street I j 1114": 7t: i ? ...........Jluton ..... 10111"10'1" 6:27 "" !
a' rncy at law.Stj'jfj.:! r/aUfoi !:St., KiiborJinn. the banking and brokerage firm I\)() .. ..... II I 5:2': )
minute each. of ]R.R. Exchange Union a m food Range ..... ..... II 4:55: "
SralmM -Opp. DepotP. .. I
I IM" '1:15" .... Holtl ..... "
Ladenburg. Thalmann & Co. .n. 9:85 "
,. 4:55
of New
O. Box 2SL Pen acold Fla. ..
1 211" 'I SI II .... ollllljan ....._ gI "
: I
):NKV TO-IA\-Uojo-i need money 11 ::!I' a. Missionary Sermon by : York. Phones 116-268. 2\:1": '1:1-1": ".. ''N-....Crt'stvuw......... gIS s':11:00 "
I IIt's S ,)) '15-1 II ... .... "
: Deer Land "
V ou can borrow any amount you want Ilev. B. H. Skinner of Atmore. I 83" .. tl:5S 8$6 to
iY on t'a 4i '4t r-rnu and lowest rates ; 9:10 Mossy head 111: 8:1" :
e " obtninablAon *! city realUH Three Barks Wrecked. 4:0.1: II P:3.\: II II .DeFuniakbpringa. 9:14: 2 ." II '
'mprov 12:20: f m.-Collection for mi- ':1-1" Vat ... .._... ..... :
-trom Wiu. tiitier, MS! South 1'alart East London Cape Colony. June 12j Argyle 74e %:81 j
In-tf 510n"". a Mistake ':-&>1' II: T' to ..:.Poncl de Leon...., 7::g 2:111 iI i
; j Th. Norwegian hark Attiara. the kwonish I 6s.)) joI .. _We t\1IIIn..._ ? 7:17 1:5.1 to 1'1 '

I >.''10 WANT. TO BOKKOW MO> EY! : 12:3n: ) p. n;.-Roces? for dinner. ,j hark Aurora and the German bark l 6.IJ"CitJ' l 11'1-)):' )) '' "" ___-- ('aryvlIl"Jonlfay_..._......_,. "" 7:1 6M::! "" I 1:49 11: "" 'j I I

.vt, niontsv. injure your property pronb i Illise I.ineck have been wrecked du.-- 6a 1" I':4T .......... Chlplev .. ..... 6:37 1:0. II 1,1.
tracts of title buy or sell real es- 2:20: p. m.-SongHow Firm aFoundatioL. First-Class Western Beef 6:$) II 11:,17" a' _....Cottondale...._ 8:1. .
rnt property of any deacnptiou, hare ing a heavy southeast gal1. All threw e 1s. II ,. 12e1! 110011
1 115 ......hf1aDna....... 6s.;., II
oll..cted or your taxes attended to, ."by the choir and prayer i, ( of the Atbara were drowned "x-- IS/ 7:3tJ.: ... 1I5" .. ..... .__l'yprl'n... .... 1)1": 12:14 1I.ii
or address Tnot. c. Watson a Co.i Not 25 Cents a Pound. / 7.1 l1,2 -rand Ridge.._. s:9: a tD f
r-tale and Insurance agents FensaKm. by T. W. Fickliu. i i cept the captain who was ashore. The 7a;( '. 12ati5 noon .. ..... .m Bneade .. ,....... 61"! 1129 11)'fIII": t.
Cbargns moderate TorvrryoneH 2io: rj! crews of the other two vessels were -- I 8:13" 1:15"rrlve..Rlvl'rJonetion: _.L"an ban II 1":01";
:\ a lot from as we ""lntend money p. m.-Preaching by Rev. ; i
w.' cb to build a house SdtfUN i saved The Is -, ..
: coast strewn with wrceii- Look at our Price: : ------ --
WDay.. i | .
age and portions of the barks' cargos Latyear. Now GOLA '
i, It = =G 'CHOICEST
\1. 1..1;. .111.:1.'AN'I'J. : )). ,; ;3:2i) p. c1.-Adj urn. Extra Loin .. .. 15c to ISc 2Uc''

----- T:4 Veteran Is Round .. .. .... .. 15c t:>c'
\ KI>-:Mfn to barn barber trade, p. m.-Prayer service, C.t H. Appointed. Grist and Corn Weal Wills OFAT- ,
Brisket and Chuck t'lC lOc1 .
> 'fitl for our graduates.> wRi Opelika Ala., June 12.-Thp appointment !
l.t ever (,clTerert jrillliar. Rib Roan .. .. .. He Iw
prepares proposition you for IIJ: inekjytoday t of R. Y. Jones of this place] Ramp .. ... .. I'M: 15c I II. F. GONZALEZ & CO., Prop i, | f FRUITS AND
1 Moler Barber College, b p. m.-Preachlc; by Rev. J. W. i to be pension examiner of Lee county I CONFECTIONERY( Y .
-. l.a" jfitf : Con-iderinz quality, above price*; i Manaractcreri i
announced the
yesterday by
was stats
Day.'p I are cheaper than in any other city of j CHOICE MKALAM> PfUKGUOUNr i| ;j
l'Oft tA1.E. ; S executive department Mr. Jones wl'd I |this size in the country. i, STOCK .'E F.1>. 1
,- -. I succeed El. C. Johnson, who recentlyresigned. We do have to pay more for ourmeals. ';,
Patronize Home
-God be with You Till We Meet Industry for there li APOSTLE'S
cerii' -
,I' I, ..J saloon, near Palafox i The newly appointed pension i : and have to charge more | every reason you should bur your Meal and ;
\ I",,,Iln; allejs. For partlcu-i I I again." examiner of Lee county Is 7(1( ]than formerly, but it in't our fault Stock Feed from the Home Manafactnrer
'" I I no>. < Watson & Co., Real and we are selling as low as we possibly J for by so doing you encourage home Indni- 14 East Government st.
".ram---. JTeoJlw Benediction( by Rev.. L. Bryar,?. years old and a veteran of the confaj- : try. Your money Is left in the commnnltj )
._- I I can. and you In turn are Indirectly benefited.
vl.K-Tce most desirable lots In i.I' i A cordial invitation Is extended to: erate army. In fostering the borne manufacturer yon Formerly Cordova Restaurant Stand
'..y on I'a.y terms, by the KUherttf PARLOR MARKET, contribute to the cause of labor. Ion owe
': Agency 204'i; South Palafoil all to attend this meeting.; i, New Land Company.. It to tbecommnnlty In whlci yon live tat One car-load of Pineapples at 11.75 ;
which ,
alm I IVn Ii Phone 173. ,J 1111. s. Hell & 'IIII"', i oontrlbutea to voar support to f;2.00\ per dozen. :
; D. MKRRITT; '1 Birmingham. Ala.. June 12.-Articles i

I'.... ac"lIt- i i of incorporation have been filed by thj ,
---.... ......... P. )[. PKUt-HETT, Chairman. i' ,
--- -
i \ !c.'rlv Jrnlnt'd, rooms at Highland Land and Improvement com-
t I .:a nprng, street. al tf i! Secretary. 1 pony incorporators! A. M. Robertson, '

i J. C Scott R. E. Collins and Inez B. F.Elaw'sOoePiiceCUT Cash :i'
'tgc'lIt.. '\'Ulllt''I. House '
.........- -- !nmll f'j.h. Jonca. The capital J .OuO. .
11 'o', i ihi'--A, 1 good solicitor; will pay An|; WiilUin,,; throus'u arfrtalti I
I \ iiiinmiiixiou n to rubt on.d-
ar.tu. office. mm I part >f sootl.iti.l! with nil 1111.1i

i i i reel car IJ>DII :1 tiny loch Which lie Bitters will

,\\'A 'l"I'=U. I tll't: h..ll'ut! pruL7is' t.f ,").I ,;p..rt. OSTETTER's eUtd PRICES IN TWO !
--- - -
\.\ M--tre-h\ yard eggs at MckV I'at'iMitly! h.. ti,li.+l for three hour. . .

,,' : Restaurant. i' ui<\\'lu: -t.>:i Jy!:! from sjn-t' to spot glut Ir; I I
Dyspepsia, 10.)yards Dress Swisse*, worth 6c 20 dozen Ladles': Lisle Thread W
\\ \STI<;O-\lI klndi ot empty beer I' UKl"inrs\ of tin- little !wad, but no pieces Medicated 21-inch Cotton
',)ttlrl.Help. A.KKIIDMAH noTVtr siiff-s tame to hil:!. Constipation yard, 10 yards for 3
---- : .\ last he accosted a boy who La.l Biliousness cents. '| 85c, for this sale, 60c. !
'\ ; iit -.:\sale. t ; 1OO) yards Dres Dimitys, worth i !
..... "" stood for tea uiinu'es! watching him Vcc,10 yards for 45 cents. I[ Him Boy's and Men's collars, 100 dozen Ladies' Fast 1
"c Nervousness Black
I :, Full
i 0-Trustworthy In ea I IH ; ,
to manage business, o'd eata hi'with!j min;:'ed surprise and curiosity! on I| broken sizes, to close out at 3 each. Seamless Hose regular lOc goods I #;
.>UM*. solid\ dnaocial standing; !it his face. ":\11 little lad," said the Eng-: i one Malaria. 2000 yards bleached yard wide Domestic I. for this sale, 6Jic! a paIr; 4 pair for F
>ona&de weekly cn-.h salary IIS I hetbcr 10 yards for 45 cents. 200[ Ladies' Madras; and White i 2.c
toll Try a bottle
"can me
:"CK each Wednesday, with alln- you Waists, worth 75c and $1. to close at
.reot Irom headquarters; money I] there are any fi>h In this pon.l?" and satisfy yourself. 2000yards) unbleached Sea Island 43c. 100 dozen Men's Seamless

I i.for';ig,expenses.Chicago.,: Manager J7, ':i7v*:mlw CaxI I!i "If there be ours they must be vera The genu- yard wide Domestic, 10 yards for 45 I j I Hose, in brown, red and black Half, for l' tf'

--- i! wre ones sir! ," returned the boy "for ins has our fr- cents. 1 i 50 pairs Lace Curtain, 21 c yards 5c a pair. ;,

I-OUIVTKV. i there was nae water here until! It rat n- SITTER vate Stamp over !: long, regular 75c goods; to close at
the neck 2000 yard Embroideries, regular 45c. 25 dozen Men's French Dropped-
." -.K COMB BROWN LKOHORN8Hirelv. edjesterday! -- --- -- price 1% to s12c,10< yards for 4-5 cents. Stitched Under Shirts, worth 40c, to
stock and Km for tale.ders CARDS 25 dozen Large! Turkish Bath T \w- close at 23c; each Drawers to match. '
at Willis'l"o'i. U stfM.s ,I 1000 yards Dress Pique and Ducks els, worth f2, will close &t $1,20. I
Avoid Trouble.
How to worth 10 and 12l lu for 85 3t) dozen Men's Fancy Striped
IIAIH GOf),",. >c, yards
---, J Now is the time to provide your- cents. 20 dozen 21i33-inch Bleached Lace Under Shirts, 45c each. Drawers i,
: 1 rt\RVH BEIRVE-Mannfactnrer with bottle of W. C. ROWE, M. D. Towels, for this sale, at 50c dozen. to match.: .t
self and
| family a ,
.d dealer In Hair Goods Hats Toilet
: .':*.. H air Oil,etc.,:Sit W. Government Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Office: 17K S. I'aUfox. 1000 yards Dress Cross Bar, worth .35 dozen 23x42-tnch Towels, regular 2 dozen Ladles' Black and Coiored

_, 'Diarrhoea Remedy. It i is almosti Hoars from to PJ) &. m. anel 1 ta S p. m 8'iC, 10 yards for 50) cents. lOc goods; for this sale, {Ic || Silk Taffetta Waists, regular price

l'lnwt.'r... For Funcralw. i certain to be needed before tbe summer and after 7 o'clock 1 25 dozen Ladies' Bleached Vest, dozen. :-13.50, to close at $2 20 each. I

V! '\ KR-Or FUNERALS fnraisned*- i? over, and i if procured n owe Phono OS. with tape in neck, 6 vests for 25 500 yards White Batiste; Lawn, i This sale will positively not ran '

r, P'"r-ptty In bouquets or special dedg, I may save you a trip to town in cents. regular 12)i quality, 10 yards for We. for longer than one week.
-- v' oleue Moreno 823 Wen Grego1s. ry I might or in your busiest season. It +j
'_' '- :!9dlm I is everywhere admitted to be the
i PARKER'Sof i
fL'T -LO'VEH'o ** most succeosful medicine in usef HAIR BALSAM F. E. BEAWNBE'S llOllSIJt#

-.-...- ......" ......... bowel complaints both for children C1eIn. Lid bcwtifMit h&il.laiurint ONE-PRICE CASH
PIDIDoItt a growth.
j F LOWERS, and Floral Lestgn a-1 and adults. No family can afford to Kever fail to Bettor Gray [tI
-("vial, dr lzn ordered for customer"'t be without it. For sale by all tiro Hair \0 t. Youthful Colo
r-sue v -. \',olettt! 'Moreno, 823: Wet Gregory YVd 1m *I j I gists and medicine dealers. g-1 I\ ew.ap aksydllwer d.r.wt a 1JnJ.bur tAWIIC-.. I, glO; SOUTH PALAFOX STREET. c JiM

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: ''I jlpncfc !:! !& :li : !I primary, and vote for the nominees You Will Be If 1

ci -P THE PRIMARYELECTION !i therefor. Happy I' Stro3aest io the \I1
:. I The inspectors to conduct this election !I Ij
!; "'1 selected by the committee I
Politics 1 and will be
: at a meeting to be held at the You Are Well. j
CALLA (j office of Judge T. R. McCullagh, at The 42 i Annual state men
r Eittrtd at the 1'ont office at l'ec'
I'ta., ." .-, niaturPin. ;:30 p. m., June 24, 1S02. This com I finding December il-i
f' ittf'el'iU meet at Judge McCnl
j ornct handing, :Jli/, / p Politicians I --- lagh's office at 8 o'clock, Saturday

Palata itr ttl, ur tarts V r: ;1mat> -If L'ion; cf the democratic: night. July 19: l&2, for the purpose of. 'l THE f [EQUITABLE
kJ "' canvassing the vote and announcingthe Pdi 's Cderr E Compounll l
THE NEWS PUBLISHINC CO. : party will be held in EscamUa county result of said election, and the inspectors ,
r L's. : ...-.., .. _-s."- .
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there the
will have then and
,! I. B. HIL.-ON Managing : FloIda. cn the ICth:; day of July, A. D UH ASSURANCE[ i -y
Aa fitting tribute for faithful returns of aid election; if they tar Bestows That Health and a[
W. M. UA LL Jinne?: ) ; 1'j'jJ: + for the purpose of nominating not been already forwarded to the ,

y -t-rvice performed every democratic candidates for tie following cSces: 'chairman of this committee. Assets . . .
Terms: Invariably: in Advance \oter in Florida sbouli qualify and C B. PARKHILL Vigor That Makes Living =
One United; States Senator. R-erve and ot:ti..
DAN MURPHY Chairman.
One Year oj 51 ail ...... ?: vote for ri. R. Malloy for United 1 lOne Representative in Congress, :3rd: it Es. . . . .
blx Mooiai ... .. J District.! yberetaty. a Pleasure.If .
:>Mt-, *euator.Ve;: -houldgivehim
r ODe w>*k. by i'arr.,-r. Pat ..,:' Monday One Justice of the Supreme Court Burrlu- (from whicI -

: the Lijv'e-t vote ever polled in One Secretary of State. are sick and out-of-sort in gangs: are paid .
r. Fafts furnished you : :
idrertnirg en pplicati i' SEMIANNUALREPORT
'FlonJj and E-cambii county One CrmI.tro'llu.T'o June, it i* in your power to make ':!
Paid to Policy-ho!.t,.-
Railroad C'cramissicners. yourself healthy, strop/, and happy. -
TELEPHONE NO. HB.PE5SAOOLA should ha J the list. !Ij One State Senator, 2nd District.: There i* not the *li hte-t reasonwhy 1901 .. .:.. . .

f I --- Two Members of the House cf Representatives. ;; WORKWOMEN'SASSOCIATION you should go through the hot New Insurance in i is+ ; -

i.r-:;',-" -. j The friends of Mr. Georze T. Ward I' summer weather feeling sl sickly, miserable Total Insurance IL f. r,-
PiLe One Tax Assessor. languid! and melancholic j, Dec. 31, 1W1I . .
( ? !V ::-! I lof are indignant that One Tax Collector.! To be well and strong, means happiness -

'\' ... 'Mr. Co-ton should have: referred to1t 1 One County Treasurer. ; and true joy, and this is the 'I Notwithstanding t..- _'
t'h' i Five \. Commissioners. I' -- -ea-on when you should be bright, vial strength of the S., .
in recent 'petc b":?- Members and greater security wbi
Three ) of the Boardof hearty, gladsome.
County In his semi annual to the)
6 y, JUNE 14, 1902. :: j report If holder thereby foil.II' ,
fytmtrymiu. rome of the Public! Instruction. j you are steeples rheumatic! y "
One Justice of the Peace for District I! directors Workingmen's Build neuralgic, dyspeptic or have the are LOW and GUARAter \
mo-t able and intelligent;: citizens of | shadows of disease than given by ofit--
No. One. hovering over
I "POLITICAL defeat to
seem | ing and savings Association Secretary '
this county rfo-ide in the country : One Constable for Districts Nos. 1 you : if you are not a? bright; energetic -
t had an inpiringttIEct on the ,
!! 3, 4, 3, 6. Thos. Watson say : and strong as you were some
Herald. It-hows marked ) and they regent any intimation thatall week ago, the use of Paine's Celery KXOWLESGeneral nUll'
One Chairman of the County Executive -i "In presenting this semi-annual report .
merit," says the ft. Augustine H I I the intelligence; i Ia lodged be- Committee. | to you, I would call your attention Compound will ton up and fortify *

cord The improvement is i neath city hats. j I One Secretary; of the County Execu- i; to the fact that since the organization your whole !system, clean the .\&f'n'"

i in all of Tampi's new-papers. ,! I II tive Committee. of our society 1&.&'I:2 shares ,I I blood r.",'correct_ _.... dstionsharpentheupicu.c. _;__.1.___ &_ _. ..... ,>,on u nAfa__ & h"' ...
; One member of the executive auu cuuuutc LIT icsuui o'J O. aiaiojL Ol.. I-r, .
4 --- county ; have been issued, over one million
THE senate is expected to take I From all portions of the district; : Committee in and for Precincts Nos. ( dollars handled at an expense of less dead sleep. Thousands once in a half-

final vote on the canal bill on come reports encouraging to Gen.Lamar's one to twenty, inclusive.: | than 2 per cent, and loans to amountof good health condition to the owe use their of present Paine's FISH CHOWDER
The State Executive $; l6.t').(") line been made its
r Committee has to
Its of the house
19ih. Mr.
rejection :: friend*. The indications CeleryColJ1pound Wm. ri; Gibson
prescribed the rules and regulations members. The amount of good that
will place responsibility for the !I are that the first primary July 15 i of the primary for state officers, including i has been accomplished by this asso- through, of sicklier Pleaureville.and suffering Ky., ,who.was BY THE SEA

ure of legislation i directly : will settle the contest and that Gen. the State Senator and members 'ciation during the last nineteen yearsin brought near the dark grave writes SHORE
the party in power and will of the House of Representatives aiding its members to own their a* follows regarding his marvelous _
affect the coining congressional I Lamar will be elected to representthe and the County Executive Committeeat own homes or assisting them in business cure :- 1

51 Ion*_. {i new Third district in congress a meeting held in the office ofCounty ventures by enabling them to ''I havo been broken down in At the Santa Roa ."
.- --- Judge McCullagh on the :2Cth rave a little for a rainy day, when mis- health and strength; netvou* system
ONE of the most admirable : : by a safe majority. day of May, 1&02; provided rules and fortune overtakes them, is incalculable"The shattered, kidneys out of order had establishment, the n

tures of Senator Mallory's letter I regulations as follows in accordance many comfortable homes in nervous and trembling spalls oft and Frank Maura, will give
i I'reident'elles of the Democratic with the platform and regulations! of our city owned by their occupants on for the last ten year I have
t Call is the fact that he utterly igpores the State Executive Committee for the seine of them quite pretentious, are taken three bottles of your Paine'* celebrated fish chowdt-!

Call' weak but impudent 'I League I is being congratulatedby nomination of candidates for Tax Assessor an attestation of the saute of our Celery Compound and all of the day at 5 o'clock p. m.

' fort to personally affront him. ,! his political opponents as well as Tax Collector, County Treasurer local building associations, which have above-mentioned troubles have left
to this, perhap-i is due some of i!: his County Commissioners School contributed largely to this (end and me, and I can now do a :good day's! shore beach. The mean
I I friends ujon the stand he has Board, and Members of the Executive: they Lave bestowed their favors upon work. I go about my bu-ine all prise will leave Palafox *
ginger injected into the :I in this. campaign. He has. Committee: j I the working man and capitalist alike. day lone and it don't worry me, and
cutting re-puu-e. The names of the candidates for''I without favor or partiality, the only I now feel better than I have in ten 2:30 p. m. every Sunday
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-- -- the beginning urged members these different county offices and momI.'requirement! being that each member years. I have a good appetite, and
Cn:A'.- president, has \ the League to be calm, even hers of the Executive Committtee must I'I must conform to the constitution and can eat and get around on foot as Foley's Honey and Tar

pardon to all American convicts le printed upon the official ballot to be j,, by-laws. active as when I was a boy. My age no opiates and can safely n
the island. Tim includes i I tempered and friendly in this family used in said primary election July 15 I j "The total assets at this date which is 60 years" to children. W. A. D'Ai-
121 H. Palafox
and Neely, unless the st, avoiding all harsh criticisms 19U2! and no blank lines will be left 1 consist! of first mortgage loans on real : street.
on said ballots, and no voter will be'I estate and cash in hands of treasurer, -
s prevails that they are exempt because j! per"onalitie". As he aid in his I allowed to vote for or write the nami etc. amount to $71.267.84, the liabilities Ketealg a Great secret.

of the nature of their crimes I address1'hur.doiy night.! "Our of any candidate on the said ballot. | being $C4.719.33; ; and the undivided' It is often asked how such startlingcures 134 134 134 134 134

s, under the Cuban constitution. X 61i8 ,;: are our friends and neigh- unless the name of the candidate be surplus JG.54S.49, which has been prorated that puzzle the best physiciansare I: '>;, _"
; represented as grateful fur hl i' printed on said ballot. among the various active shares effected by Dr. King's New DN- 134 -15- 134
prospective release but i iit !!. The truth 1"i that we can Each person desiring to have his whether bonowed or otherwise. covery for Consumption. Here' the ,i
name printed on the election 1! "The secret. It the i! t AHfcrsoii's M rtoie
so many more vote? than our primary aggregate profits for the past' cuts out phlegm and i' ,
desires viLdication by means of i; ballot as a candidate for the above I six: months were $::"u6.T5; and the expenses germ infected mucus and lets the 134 3 It is for Public Us
appeal ordered by Roosevelt :' ,. there is no occasion for county ofice@alld executive commit !i $."61.30. leaving a balance to life-giving oxygen enrich and vitil- < <1 1'KIT' : 134

the change of governments. to get mad and eay harsh things. tee shall file with thechq Irma n rof this slap'i carried to the surplus fund of ize the blood. It heals tfce inflamed, "---r.- : .'
county executive committee on or be- J1.C43.43. cough-worn throat and lungs. Hard 134 134
MoiiiLE and New Orleans quarantine : can afford to be charitable. fore the noon hour, 12 m., on the 24th | "The new series, which dates from colds and stubborn cough soon 134 134 134

ctlicul-j held a conference in day of June. A. D l'JM2. his notice of June 1st. ins.t. has 414 shares already yield to Dr. Kings New Disc verv.
i i More than one of the Myers Coston candidacy and application in writing'subscribed, and will probably be closed ''the most infallible remedy for all
1"r first named city on the llth iu-t. to have his Throat and disease None Better
name so printed upon a up this month Lung Guaran -*
consider variations in practice ;; admit that they are losing Hank to be furnished by said chair- teed bottles 50 c and $l.ti0. Trial

regulations between the two : 1 I and that the L imar-Loftiu- i man.accompanied with a sum of bottles free at W. A. D'Aleinbeite's.
complained of by the New Orleanauthurite I' money, assessed: by the committee as.: McDnffi" 's Turpentine & 121 South; Palafox street. i Than the
forces !' Best !
I'I are daily gaining follows: Mutton Suet Lung Plaster
a The result i
was scarcely Two of tne ""Faithful" re Each Candidate! for Tax Colkc- i i is a certain cure for who?piniccough, Fishin tackle of all kinds :

as important as waexpected; the outlook in tor . . . . . 100.00 eay and comfortable work while and good crab nets at the ;
New Orleau? representative acknowledging inh precinct 15 Each Candidate for Tax Assessor you deep. o o>

; the existence of practices I' few nights ago. They -aid they . . . . . 73; U'J 2, nHS. Willis Hardware Co's.
f I Each Candidate: for Sold by John Sheppard, 4o5 ri.Pal- BUFFALOBaking
at that port which do not prevail run out of money and were los County -
at lolJlltaud wr denounced : Treasurer . . . . 73; .00 afoxtreet.. --- -- -

j the Mobile .. ;ground ; that the Lamar met Each Candidate for County com- .ttltaSNcalet .........Stool...
by JMcidlTh conclusion not nest; any money, but missioner . . . . 10 (00 THE PKNSACOLA CONCERTBAND Powder
wag that tJ"W, Orleans Earn Candidate for School WILL JIVE A DANCE AT

1 rule of live daj-' detention of paet.gfrs ( : nevertheless to be steadily Board . . . . . 1" "" :'1.iOI.I.BrXFF TI'E> DAYNKJHT. I DEMOCRATIC 1

fn.m all Central American [I nioir -trength. They dij not un- Each Candidate Justice of Peace f. 1111 TICKETS: AND TH.\I INS IS THE BEST'It
I I Each Candidate for Constable. ;5oO(
parthouhI: b.- adopted by rllbile.wd it. Candidate for members of the Evcntive SAME AFOR THUJSDAYNHJHT

that tiif iul: -hnuld! be I i'! Committee are not reqmrt.l to ) CONCEK1S. | RALLY I I tat
-twtlb"I. H t: at New Orlean- !i 1 I Voter, in justice to yourself ob- pay any asss.ment.. J I

than it had bfen.IJIK and read carefully the record !!' As oon niter June 24 as pos.-ii/-] n | $*.::; & s .
: the three candidate for congress list of all candiilatfor abov" "-nani'-d 1 TRANSIT I
: legrlatur'! \ of I'.ttil nude ,' positions;: : will lie punted in the nt\\-. ? I
special appropriation for :;: for you decide how you shall papers; and the chairman of the f. mioiittpe ; EAST END: f

encampment.d the state troop Tuen a-k yourself the ques of will sht! a ccipt for eane'irP < ':- CO. SHIPPINGThe | DEMOCRATIC CLl'B :
I i candidacy received, and i.
The act of l l-Wt provide* thaftacheuc.impii How eau Mr. Cotton .
consistent attar tlif 24th day of June ------ .
4 any person Q f. ,-t (i \i ninr-i "'r J
!' nt- nuy be ordered, tent !' support Mr. Myer* while ninningI claims that his namlias. been; Kit biz t
: Hjuipau- and utensils to bee : off nf the !it of candidates p'lliHsbcr! Ita'ianteamhip: Motive.bello ::

paid fur out "e the appropriation I I i, U the platform he has promulgated his claim will! be lejcu-d iml< .->s IK. which arrived yesterdi? from | Tuesday Night *
I his declaration! holds! a receipt for saute trom ti<(' ': .
iuainteurtlcand: the ufilcer. paid : of principles in ,' chairman New Orleans, wa docked at the ea-t a -- Guaranteed Absolutel
I I .
1 J 1 $: I per day and men the pay and rat I,|. ; voteS as the representative If a larger number 'if aan'lilat.'!'" tidf. of Coimnandanei-i wharf, :mj Z Ad tn -_*_ will -t(><- tNivor!! I hv }' :

tu iii allowed, to the n-, uldr :' I> shall be announced than .
army f : cambia county in the legisla- : w\re contain was started with work She will : \ W. JMCHAKDn. IlIlk. U..liI'I"I'
'f1.. .. litid truf. -portatilll. In the ab I: plated whfii, th above a;;s<-:*>flifnTI S JOHN HIA1EK. .-,
.. !- ffci.i-e of apprup| i riati'iiir ,r such pay !i I ; mad, the committee can, if tiny pee take on about UUUton- 'Jf p.'io-phate! o JOHN WhLMI., e fitV' (1 I'.Ul pro., "I -

1 and trau-portatiou, the people of et.ll I hear talk f fit to dou, cut down\ the said assess- rock. besides a few nine!?ll!! neou- 1 J i B IttIlEltl'1v'.I.SHELIlY..-. HTFFA'Oa trnl.O'CA.
} I running a bi; rail- mint. The voters of till entire county J : .
.\ ll-IILe Illvitt.t.ltv..rdl) corupauie will \'uiton the a'o\p! ,named item=. f-
excur-ion from various \r est'i counoffuna C .
;,1.1 to l.olil an enc impuieiit in that uulii'lins; the chairman an! Several other steamer, T.: j on. ;- '
1 i i \) towns to Pensacola: for the :1jHcrutarj' of the are being (
city in lI\.II! >, the funds being provided 1: executi\e corumlttee lh.- ; nblii t i- I'"I'd 1 ally ii'Vitidt" :
J' by contiibutioiis! from the citizeus. I I. of ;gathering: a crowd for a'' except the justice of the p..ace and lalkertfairdaily. among which ,1J'f- S ut'eml. .

It, '4 1 Thej-tuMiiipnietit! wa a sue '' [YHS rally. What's the matter? 'Iren't Constables county office. and who thp shall candidates receive a for ma a theSilverihle.+ Leonora and -c-tn. \-.A.A.A.A.AAAAIi

',jt I cess, and the Record now urga there enough; Myer men in ;,ijorify of all the votes cast for that I 4 -:-

repetition of the c"utfe-y. Couldliot county to make a demon oflif) <- hal! hn declared the nctninc. Ii.iitK-i, Can N"earh'K>H I

.ii we h.i\'-ucli an encampment trati.jn:' | of the democratic party for that office, mt"vz.. ,troll!..ralter u-mg Al'nr5 IKa.f. -.,.,'- $ I BICYCLES r :
In time eunt a candidate does not rrhe <. .a powder' to be tmkei. into fi: iho
f, the 3rd bitialiiu
: r :-at p'II-.c..L. .
: It
C"iiripr of Iaflkr! tight
'I the Myer 'oton; ,, a majority of the votes cast an- or tea nli>f> r-t l rp.j ; .v i
this slimmer.' ... oth'T primary vlfction in-tiinl r..lI..t 10 corns and bunhnI|1- .. .NEvV...
wnrt-1 bu-y je-tcrdiy bearing: will be held on lh>-"'i coihlurc di.cnfrof ft.aye
. ) iniportaut IIj--aoe to the few the 12rh day of .\IJ lI't, 19'i2, to choose. Currs and prcr''nt, twollen h >("10."Itlnu' ( /'v vvgpvi
\ Of what dot a bad t.-i-te in yourmouth h."tee"-n the two candidates r ceivinathe aridUripots, 11ieut'.I'ou:.tR->.
:' remind you? It indicate: are ajinittej b> the inner cau. hkb.-t xot." in the July l fit i'act'rt'tI'1 At nil cure for oW nt.r.g. .hot. ..I'III'11t 1
primary. flrungi-u and sh
. '. (1"-- that yourtomach: iin bad condition ;, -es, On ye-terd,ly afternoon s The voters of the county at large lion't kcei-pt, tiiii-il'iur.. Trial M ;.tor'c IJR. 'kaev nUT MU I IC Big Stock! All K" '

If: : and will remind u that there Cap'. J. Ed. O'Brien arrived shall vote for the chairman and secretary lie F1EFne Hoy.: N.1.ina.l. AadrtAllen.1. Imstvd, t
.It is nothing *<> good {foruch disorder of the All Prices:
from W"-iJ i O .(too ant last executive committee, and -- -
fi" a* Chamberlain's :Stomach & !1J1 [ ;ht the inner-circlP the votti.of each precinct shall vote F \: .\. ;51.regular .

,' is- Liver Tablets. after hating .. .- ... ., ... gathered in for a member of the executive commit 20 rnlnf\ .. ." U .. .,, ,,
, used num. iney clt'anae and invigorate : ni me pu"i emoe. The up- >! t. e fr 'in hi.. A I
precinct an< the caiidi, !, communica '
the stomach and regulate. I,: i i.. that th> Myers campaign 'date, for the executive committee rp thou of E cambia Lol/e, 1'1:1 COp\ tUl 'Pi1)N, ) 1 PH!
the bowt-N. For sale at 23;
cent per : E-cambia and Santa Rosa coun- < eh'ing 'he highest vote cast shall bp A N'o. 15. F. & A. M will! be
box all druggi-ts ana medicine
by '* had into a member of the executive coirmittee held atSuVlock m. Mon
dealer gotten such a muddle II i p. J For Six Days OnlyPEN3ACOU
i i I Capt. O'Brien had to be called i ii the until his successor stall be chosen in day. June 16*h Music Free With Each Machine'
For Ccunfy Commissioner. i i year 11 1I1))4. HARRYV.GIRRs,
I i \ by wire to straighten things '' AT
The friends H!'. Frank G. Ren- 1 A- usual the of Qualifications of Voters. __ h__ __secretary 1; Fishing Tackle
thaw announce commi-sioner his candidacy from district for.e(1unty ,' : inspired his workers Capt.with i he Those and only those persons shall "My Family Doctor" MUSIC CO'S ,(r*. Base Ball

two Ecambia county, ubjfct to :, confidence and they don't look permitted to become candidates before Blue Island. III., Jan. 14, ljl.! ,
or to Me-r ELY
action of the democratic vote at or participate BROS. :-I have used 37 S.
the primariesJuly : so worried thi morning. Palafox St. Tennis
15 and ask for him the support in the management of this primary your Cream Balm in my family for I, ,
+t of the voters. THE POLITICIAN.fjjieumatism. election who are white democratic electors nine years and it has become my ''

I n ___ --- -_.__ duly registered for the election family doctor fir cold ir. the head" Ii i Ping Pong.
THE PEXSACOLA COSCERTHAND in the year 19uO, and on the 12, 13 and I(u-e it freely on inv children It is'

WILL GIVE A DANCE AT 14th days of June, IlIj2ho declare a oo-end to children as they are i -- -_ : Big Repair Shop'Can '
MAGNOLIA BLUFF TUE'DA their adherence to the principles and troubled more or Ie-it. '

NIGHT. TICKETS AND TRAIN< I organization of the democratic party, Yours repectfnlly J. KIM BALL
nAME AS FOR THURSDAY What is the use! of telling! the rheumatic national tate and county, who if Judge for your"t'lf. A trial size La Norma! Repair any old thing
NIGHT CONCERTS. be feels as if his joints were being dis they voted at the general election |' can be had for the mall sum of 10 And fit
Keys to old
r -- ( held next pieiedinsr such primary ': Ct'lIt.'upplifod by druggists or :
THE SANTA 1tOi Ai lie k.ows that Ins u3erincs are election then voted the democratic mailed by Ely Brothers, W5 Warren i i
81'KF HATHING ESTABLISHMENT utb lilt tortures "f the rait. very I ticket nation!, tate and St., New York. Full size uO cents.
M"i i/ .e t ," <.. tw is what will ir- I county, who are by the laws i Bruges
Bathing in the warm gulf water.. is !.ently! cre 1.1> ds'a; -t'. I of the state lawful electors of i Ii the latest! I LEIS BUn C R &COSNew
.1 conceeded to :be the finest in the 'That.. act>.rltil! :;: to liiuu?ands of prateful I the election district in which th..v l LaAPf Hee L. Beard. Co's '
Is i
ys. world. Everythiugforpleasurevith is offer to vote, who have paid their poll!! advertisement in 15 S. Palafox.
@ safety. Good board and lodging, by Sarsaparilla !taxes legally due; not less than ten another column.
the day or week. Luncheon promptly das before such primary election is

p. served at all hours, day or night. !,>i'l'r CHARLES H. KTRTON tlt'pt'nfs. com- by any elector, pledge in
oIr ,: : upon ;roods and silver rocking chairs
i t' nnilt's :it, and Mrt-ncthrtis the oath, before novelties is to' be at JMarston
an his
2m-tf inspector honor
} Manager.a ''ttm its to found at J. I.
rtura. Try Uuod's. Stephens': Prices
to I
I j abide by and the Quina's. Prices
?& support result of such please all. I I It Buy It 19' are very

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C' w President; f. C. NORTON Cashier; I V I I5HSH5HSHS2 IH

s.', bH..ce! -President, Condonsod StatoD1ont or tho M. E.. CLARK Ass't Cashier. THE WEATHER :rWNir\WiMW"NNlMw{ :


LOCAL l ORECA' T-Falr tonight and Sun
day light varial Is winds M

i '.-count.. $507,80302 Capital Stock .LIABILITIES. foOOOOUO) ( I| Temperature-in Last 24 Hours: .t Extraordinary Bargains in I t s I

"".. l/ttw; t : Surplus Fu d. Maximum... $>.I'd.grees '
I i- mil; Premium.: ... .. .... ...... !!().:W.OO Net .n ....'. }HhJll.tN1 TIMS( : ,i Minimum ._ .. ..... ... ;i;Jrgren ,

,.:..d.Fixture*_. 8.718.48 501tWl Rediscounts..... ...... .. .... ...I ir'65'Jb'j; ;i Temperature Elsewhere: & Wash Fabrics. <* I M
7o.00.jYo; : \
i xc:.' u.:::e. 2iOMI; fvi Deposit* ... -I')1,5j-l-I2 )IU. Mln H
\tlanta.. ... "2 rn me f
Kumarck .... .;t "i e i iCbicngo I
--- i ..... .... ........ .... .... 'a "'" ,
#1'ofi.347.17 JWJ6.347.17 Cincinnati................._ ....... :.4 7" :JIO 50 pieces 10 and 12'oC Figured r ;
Halve.ton. ..... ..... ... ...........i "') \ d
.:k ">;H'ne-J for business; October 2J: 1900.! We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give Huron... ...? ... .. ................. 10. ,,; c Yan.r !
-- prompt, courteous aud careful attention. Jacksonville .. ........ ti j.; Lawns for this sale only .. I
Kansas l ity .... ... ..... .. .. (oil i"
Interest Paid on Time Deposits. Key\V.-bt .... ..... ... t-J iI ; f
Memphis .... .... ..... .. < Mobile ..... ..... ... .... .. \"I j:! '
.. ... .. '
---- -- Montgomery ?l :
New Orleans.. .... .. ..... ..... M- "A' 20c Figured Lawns and Dotted
B H. FAIRCHILD, New York........ ..... ..... ..... .....w f' :;
I MAN INFEMALE COMMITTED UNDER Savannah ........._._ .. H il Swisses 15c
St. Louis ... .. .. W 71
u rnoXAsTE: : I

EAST ROMANA EE'\.1 HEAVY BAIL 25c Figured Lawns and Em- '.

r: N ,* and Specialty.Refinishing Furniture a I ATTIRE I; MARITIME. broidered Swisses 17%c ilL I

35c Lawns Dimities
Phono 40D. I In default of a heavy bond of *3U W, Ir

-- Early last night a message to the 1 F. D. Murkliu "white was yesterday For June to date.EXPORTS. ._.. .. _... Ails: ''4ARKlt and Imported Ginghams 20c I I48inch

R. K. WHITE, i police station notified the chief thata I committed to the county jail to 'CD.Hr Embroidered Silk Swiss ilL .

Manufacturing Jeweler man dressed in femal3 clothing I await the action of the next federal sch Georgians, 71, bcotf,Ci yjiaa Bn c iiC
1i. .ikt-r ; to order formerly 76c, this sale 60c
was parading the residential district grand jury. It is likely that he will
mil l.rjilaate Optician, I _
ou West Hill, acting suspiciously I be prosecuted in the tate courts I ARRIVED AT QUARANTINE. I a
I'lUfoi .t., P,n roU, I'll Hr ss Inverness, 3-i4, Proud Tam pico, to
I and making himself alto ether too also. order
I I __
obnoxious to citizens generally, but I Murkliu is the soldier from Fort ,
more especially to ladies.: Burancas who attempted criminal II
I!. RUB bit Hhea.WS Nyroos, Port Natal, to Telephone 193. .< .* 33-35 Palafox St.
< Au ollJcer! was sent into the district -; assault upon Beatrice Robinson onthegovernmentreservatiou order \.
HEWS JlOTESi I ,. Nor l>k Sunbeam, "il, Anderh.nliut-Dol'
in which it was stated the individual :, Wednesday Ayres to order .Lt'/J J I Jill Jill Jill Jill J IIIIII J III :
Lan bkt Norms. :W. Albertsrn, Para, to rt t
had been seen, but after I II I afternoon. His fellow soldiers Baars, Dunwody Co fj\r\f''f'f'f) J) \\J\J\) )) V1)) ) V\\) )) \\I 'fv) \I If JI\ \> \ ;
I I Am sch I'Bine A Norton 4>;;. t a'tmaD. .
walking over the hill could not find Ute that he is not mentally sound, New London to Jno A Merrill Co ,i

illiday & Go's, new ad. ': the object of search, although a !I I and therefore i is,; not responsible for THE SHIPPING. If You Buy Them at the Boston !shoe Htore They are Good t;

:wW act: of the Bosto, number of people were found who i his actions. It is,; state that his I

I claimed to have seen the party and I record for breaches; of army discipline :@PORT.STEAMSHIP.i iBr I j I t

-. ..rI."k i I the Myer :Shoe' Go's, :I who gave a minute description of is very bad, and he spent as A J Hock -n, 11\'1\t Bennett, to Penea-': Boston Shoe StoreSPECIAL
I I cola Lombrrfo: .
-I-Iuuuu. ; him and his attire. i much time in the guard house ahe Br Hatten Hall, IT: *. W ppener. to Bears,
DuD ody 4 Co
: & Co. tell of wonder- i One lady residing near the cornerof hid on leave.During Br: Cento, 11.11.: Adams to W. t!. Keysf 1

:.- lu their new ad to-day.: Barcelona and Chase street said | his trial he sat looking idly *Ir Co Drumelzler, 233: Emerson, to W HKl'n : OFFERING FOR THE WEEK.Ien's .- !

I r&Co
j mason & Son'3 big store the party had passed while she was into space, his thoughts not seemingly Br Horsley,2111). orthrE'lI. to ord-r I I
interesting ad in i Mpan Ida. 11<<1.Arana. to Ualt Transit Co Black Vici Kid Bals.: Bull Dog Toe .tl.40
-: -cully t* standing at her gate; that as he pased *- I on any particular thing and Br John L'rlght,17y2. ftr aco-I i
la Lumber I I Men's Black Vicl Kid Bals., Plain Globe Toe .;1.311
,: he brushed up ngaiust; her and utterly I indifferent to what tran: Mlddlebam: Ca.tle, 1V-J:I. Lloyd, to Pen .I Men's Satin Calf Bal and Congress Plain Toe and. Cap Toe, on the
sacoU LumberfCo
Forbes Store ad. Their threw his hands in her face as if to i iI pired around him. It Monglbello, ;!'jIN. La\at-lll,* to tiull Bargain 7;:
aud shirt waist slIe: will I Transit Co I
!-t l
n frighten her. He continued to act -- BHIPH. 1 Ladies' 2-strap !Sandals, Pat. Tip Turn Holes..I.I)) .
U. I Happy lime In Old Town. Br Kings County 2!toil.. halter to order j Ladies1 2-strap Handal, Plain 7c;
: so strangely that she hurried into Ir Lizzie tlurr..lI. In distress |
i- F. E. Brawner ii in pollime "We felt very happy" writes R. RUB Octao, Mil, Mat tssen to fc 8 L to.' Ladies' trapHandaU! Bucket and 11.00
her house and shut the door. This I BARKS '
: to get extra bargains I N. Bevill Old Town \'a., "whenucklen's :0;AlfisnJer Lawrence,llT:!, Haanru'n'I'
: was about 8:1-5 o'clock and: was told W H K. .r4Co:
.*r one-price store. I I Ii Arnica Halve wholly to "jf Ask for a Premium Card. I
II I Bus Albioo.iHt') Seal!, to H H LCo I
"ewers, adverti-es in this i the ollicer 30 minutes; later. I cured our daughter of a bad case of It B,, lull, Peeko, to I'.nars Dun !I It'It'I
moody& Co1tColumbnt.M'
scald head." It all who __ I
but delights : -------.r.
.: half-price sale of milli- I number of others saw him. ; Parotll. to order
KDI Lima feTOIiurke,to Peiiiacola Lumber :
use it for Cuts, Corns, Bruises; Ulcers -
ladies are invited to call no one tried to detain him until the I Co I
Eruptions. Infallible for Piles. Nor Malaura. 11SI, Bruusgaurd, to H P ,
"ct the stock. !I arrival of an olh'cer. I II Only 25c.; at \V. A. D'Alemberte'sdrug .Shotttrlo I\RII. BOSTON SHOE STORE j ;

.. vo'llllJ an important meetof :> It was: an ambition of several; po-I store, 121:! south Palafox. It IueSorelleB.iiPt.Costa, to order ,

the Carnival A--ncutiouUfc lice otttcers to apprehend this indt-! Union, "i, Kobter hUH"J-Kuaton t.KO. to mailer : !
diy night. Every member \isurged' \.NATHAN. r,01111:1.11:1: : :, Pii>|>riHor. i
be nude of him
viJual and cau-e to FRESH YARD ECCS WANTED.
an eximple for pu--ible: future amt : SACOLA.i Leaders of Low Prices. 117 South Palafox Street. I I
Nick J
and due of i Bring tnem to Apostle's i 1
D-"n t forget the day tators. 8TEAJISHIF8.Hfatrlce .
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;own at Mr?. Dr. Auder- Re-taurau; Br. 'ir.-l td"ard. IVnarth May 8
party '! For bilioii-ne" ue Chamberlain'sStomach ; 1 Helainebon_;, hwed, ln.n, nchreill. Kottrr- :
next Wednesday, June I'-:h. : :, & Liver Tablet*. They dam May K.Llanannor SE5E5ZSH SB l'i"
Ir. :::'*. Crouton, at Kio Ja-
Jr. u from ;5 to (;::30. Adults the I clean the stomach: aul: regulate; TUG MONARCH TO ni ro r )

; tue evening. Don't fail tot i the liver and bowel, electing a Lan! batn. Kr, sld lUrnielc June 1\
quick and permanent: : cure. For Portuica'.ete! lir, J!;tj,Jenalab; lit Hamburg ,,
::.1-atf.llrprome3 romed. May 31 Ue
vale: by all drajgi-ts: and medicine BURN FUEL OIL Si\.rol..I.! Br.lill. ball. std >hlcldi Jtinf
dealers. ,I -yd..nh", Id-t Vmccal.C \'. Mav .>' I
/.a/piraii Km. Pangs MArch: :
w. -t of delicious cooling; marvelous --- SHIPe.Ei !
MEAT & MALT has a I
':.c'icted by the expert : Tae tu Miry L->- i>-f-yf--'*-rlhy : cI 'It..In. Rus. !>>;. Bid East London : f.
dietetic value. While refreshing; JU.-CU
1:' ''] I
-'- r. Llpt. Kryger's Bijou afternoon for B a ;.J.d h tTV t',t tu. HVI Ie'1i'"ot".I'rll' ru 4 .
v -rve the coldest andi and piquant: to tike, it help a--iuai- \ j.r.lIt! i'alma May > .g
; Monarch this T. .. M' .uH., H.'fa. Nur.*'.t at root Kay M rcS T ,, .
to city. i > (5: 2S'C.Z52' ar ",,, == ,,
had Free lunch i- I tl"lIof fnoj. Sold by nr' }Mount It, sl"! L-th Ian a:

customer The d miy DANNUKI iR: BRo-. ha: ? been on Brucdv dotk-5 b--- \1ri.nla. It,aid Maiuia, Apcn :'J i:

*'. filled with intor- _---- --- thoroughly;; overhauled.It .
1 he I'lrifM' I aliriu'

, ,-I Carter died MrJ..It. th H.>- l Foot babywd'rka'"WL.cur.prickly McDnifie's[ Healer Witch'- .U" "f tie Hazel do--t 'la- been understood chartered that to tow th'-u'1 M>l >bIT:' ii._''";- in r tVhen fired ide by with liunnn tender til* lining.:kill innnbrane i iz of C'thf ir-e b.w..I-i;c-m.-irritated .. SHIRT 1 Vi18T l 1 ND SKifiT 1 8PE6LS l 11;

i IIU"cbtfr H and, Lt }tug: h..a: ,!ltd ..MVititu.t 2'n'ENTs.ild : -.r..iirf. between Sabine Pas and X-w Orleans : w! hove uripiiii pain=, diarr

1 \yne : and that .he wilt b* QttK'i out f 1.1'1 and cholera rnorbtH.Vnate\er
jo 4.; Pal.of"x
J' tin -;Sheppard
apt Sh.i by .
'! -jk ( -
be the cau e of the/ trouble, tdk
i with tanks for the burning oil fur
of Mr. Jaliu Carter.: : Perry Davn' Pdinkiller according t"the
f I
,;" aud Mr:,. Lomax hose the Willis fuel. directionwith each butt!" ... ... .
r ai Traveler all climate Painkiller
.ral will take pUcure -** Tae tug will be ready for her char- I II
I Hdi'dwarejCp's.Everybody in their grip sick? LargFbnttlP ; I
l ; of J. II. Cant Itt ter July lO.h. The tank for 25 and :n) cent-.
Interment HI t.P: '!." aft If tli/ .- .f. t"i'j''i' 'i. d"rlvet'legreater:
I iftTBOon. haa ru'n! to r f piece <;lf tineartli.. But they uiu-t her uare now bf-io;: built.VirultM.t --- ,.-,----\\:111.1.,.,. .. -_._- : '',>t!"r V-HI' rin, opportunity ti> ;rlrct a-( : .<. .,..t.'I' bri htt -
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! ---=-- fi..t f'tr i it. Tht-y inu-t wa'.c; t.'.eir *- idea-s .lndf.ll1'if,1U 'II 11'F \\'.\ 1"1'I: nd :>111:1Tb: r ia -.t ;
'OKK WlNTKDhys w.lling: I
i .1 Is a burden youHiMMr chance tort it. ahd ;.'ft it. Career Cuif il. \ 1 tin ipi'lt Mil l.iniatNo. .
f. : ; ._ on t. THREE months of '**-"nabte wearing{ ; "> if you tJv. an eYE t< < ,. :
.. SU".lp.lrilai : C Watson & Co. Hcartlinj proof of a wonderful advance \v. ttiard -p.rr-.t llttf! .
Thos. :
--- -- .1 recognition '>f 1 irsre valuer for little money you will be Lcrbr : j I
: and r'n"w y"ur iav* -oino particuLarly finn bargaiu- : H given by dru.;{i"t G. \V.H.ibfcrts F.'nanle 1111' \\111,1. early! M'nday.COLORED .
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t'-. MiT-rju-'t nosv. and t'1f'IUvit..- ; of Elizabeth. V *. An .
AD1Ei' w want a food represeutaLi
vu t" c":'me and IIIV.-tl.nt': : >- tU1t'. ..
.id man there had long-nlf-ired witb tvr: n.-ash and otter any. -
0 \ \1EHMFLON-' Y..u wjil never r- ;.-rf-t :ivr: _- dou" man who std! work It position watch wI' ll!
'0 s. wit grand doctors pronout clod in- easily; pay *|s per vvr.k. Tn> i< no den..p- WAISTS. WHITE WAISTS.Our .
:.D WE (
tioi and if YOU call I"Uf' only two bour-
j Durable cancer. They believed l.i- p-rday. ddr".' Mvtahel !:. P.ush fcrta -- E'ir* Line of Colored I':'< r? I. n"thtny -', 13tu'y .
.. c -e !1fI1'-le*< till he used El .crnc -> tttrx 0: Joli t. III. Itjlt Wl '. v''I .. "'
...."A4"4 ._ t t- -1- priew
! f 4.'4,".,Q"A.Ik",6! "4"4..4. ... ....A...:;.. ."' ....."' .... "' ...." Wai-it! IN P'tt.l.IJiulit .. .
"' ."' ."' ."' ..... ..."' ."' "' Bitteranl applied Jiocklen's ArL!l- tr :y Wj) 11.\ f.t.

: 4i! "t > ilv.-. winch! troatint-ntc-j-ni'lf: :-. -- ,. ,, '_: ':.... at.dMidn-. l''!11 f .w.\\.t. .'
: . .' !
I I ,l n-F-r.-.l.W-: 1 :.-w > .' "w ;!. ?
1eur..d nun. When El iMniI> t- . . . JH ,
:; tr- u" ud to expel hiss"llk.' 1ney ,/ ';'-. Ltwn aid fjunity-ow! . Mi- t
and microbe poi-oii tt t:1 II.* i : ,", ) ; errl \r." t::., .. :, J..I' ', tiV :. -. .. .. h
I NUNNALL I tim this --slveexert-: it i ntc'.i I .. .: l

heaiiii power blood di--j-f. -kii .

I : eruption*, ulcer- and: -"r-i VdM-i.: ii .
Bitterc.. :alvt 2-: : atV.. A. I 'AIs l.tmlrte I- SKIRTS.25 LINEN 45 CENTS.All to

121 :S; uth Palaf-x.

>' HIGH GRADE -* Labcr Leaders Run Crooked Business. of tI I W Linen :Skirtstfc 2.1: Whit. Pique -kart'I: ''I

:II All of oar fl I .VJ Linen -kirts..81.IO 112.1 V.InP . ... .. . .... ey; '
Ne* York. June, 13.-Mictaei J. ilu

r rane. pfaiJcat of tte local Fcilerat Blu Polka Dot Duck tVniteI I *- '-'' Value! Tailored )Bind, circular

of Labor aai Ptter Paii\a.: another ii' "; Pique };raiding! : II tiuncf . ... ... .. .... ....fl W I

'..: ... ..... ,
I bor leader, are under arrest at Pas 11 (J) and t1.2.Vain- j:; 'ft,
I CANDIES sale N J., charged with having stati $1.) '') Value..U; /Ou I ?2 j II V .luf-. Eir.b I fjHtiot....U.lIJ F|

i ed a general foreign banking business,
.... r N >TI Blue Polka Dot Dimity $1.25 Skirt *3.C I collected from their fried *
I money t* circular ftjuncfo.- Ci;, circular flounce. .. .. .. ....,22;
and r*:ativrs to send to Europe, awl

t f\- .: Always. Fresh and Excel All Others. ustt it to further the co-oterave Ironing Day ,L

I store which they conducted. FANCY PARASOLS J :
ha! EO terror to those; whose kitchen

I II I Of All Hot Weather Enemies equipied wuii a Ga Ran e. No
.. ... I
0 ...FOR SALE BY... of humanity cholera is the wor-t. heatin up of a wfcole house on a ..... ;

I Treatment to be effective must beT hot dlY. Heat: is only applied where -----

prompt. When vomiting. purging 75 Dozen Ladies' Summer Collars Leading Shapes and
needed. A> a matter of domestic ,
& CO. and sweat announce that the disease -

j( SOL CAHN : I is present, combat it with PerryDavis' economy a Gas Range will soon pay Heights, to go at 5c each.W. .

Painkiller. All bowel troubles for itself in saving fuel when com
_._ . ,
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old coal wood --- ---- -
pared with an style or
: like diarrtrpi, cholera morba
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERS, fire and cannot over estimate
Pain you
and dysentery are overcome by

I killer. It i is; equally'healthpromutin the comfort and convenience of thi J. & B. FORBES.

Corner Palafox and Intendencia Streets. ? in all clinute cleanly: fuel la warm weather. .
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Pensacola! Fla. I i is the latest! Peosacola Gas Co. -. --- -- .

,ichonel78. .' J gXXXM La Nona See L. Bear & C:'sadvertisement S Cleaning ladles krte: and waist I will repair your watches andifcneof
In c-r specialties star Laan-Jewelry' In firit-claas style. J. I

,..,........9'-..,................... **** .&Lo'.her cclamn. I,No. 3 S. Patifox St.. ,...lc111. FU I I I iry. I Stephens. ,

r8 "-r- :cg' y..,.. .., _..- .. ;. .:.'y."1
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.. mow.


It Is often possible to give an old OUR MISS MAY MARKELL

room a decided air of newness at a t\ Leader Effort' to Hav Men Ken I ,

I trifling expense by changing tbe sofa or Peace Successful. A Society Belle of London. Can da.I .

pillows and table covers. Denims and Wilkesbarre. Pa.. June 13.-For th* <
Those Who Now
Health for
lateens can lx found In all colors, and and first time this week there was no IS3MATMARKELL flow in a healthy and rural

they fire easily I'It In order, as both demonstration in the vicinity of the Lo!. I M of London, Ontario manner. ll'ntl'.a'

fabrics can I* laundered. Uuffled sofa Cry, "Oh Dear. I am Really Not high Valley company' colliery at Dur- I Canada, is a beautiful stai.d right is very ea .

pillows are no longer deemed modish. i today. The efforts of the strika girl who knows what keep regular thrrujh!

Heavy cords or bindings: of the same Well Enough to Work, But I am : yea leaders to have men keep the peace suffering is and Wine of years of mature womaa-

materials are now used. A clever woman I '. Cardui has brought her back 4 Then..the "change of .
have been successful and there was DO
desiring to freshen up her small i To." to health. She is one of the need not be feared. _
Obliged i iHow of idlers at the colliery to
11 iI gathering .
i living room which Das plain green social favorites of her home Wine of Cardui is wand .

ualls. Las made a slip cover for her j I annoy the workmen.No her recovery to health 4 best relief from yc.'.

rt' lounge of yellow sateen. The pillows'j I : attempt was made last night to has permitted her to enjoy oM age. A millionhave a.
often these significant words are spoken our great mills
in the collieries of
it covered with j start up the pumps the of her secured blessed
which! rest upon are company many srwyar3arkeil, r-
l who has worked herself to the
and factories
the girl
' i the same fabric and are appllqued ehnps, /y inior the Susquehanna Coal company at friends instead of lying on from their sufferings '>'Y'4, .
endure and demands rest! The
point where nature can no more a poor Nanticoke the engineers quitting work bed of sickness and For this treatment. It relieves .
with an overdesign' of preen linen. A a suffering. ing IT
in health stand aside and make for another.
cover for a table is treated in the same sufferer, broken must room almost in a body. the health she now enjoys sha givea strual troubles in in increjii .y s .

{ manner. The foreman says, "If you are not well enough to work you must The strike drags along without any credit to Wine of Cardui. She writes: time. In_.a simple case of dera1(; .
}I leave, for we must put some one in your place. change. Information from all parts of "I hive found Wine Cardui an excellent me.n3J' IDe of Cardui never bl!. i

To Clran Cretonne Chair Co '.". ,, Standing all day, week in and week out, or sitting in cramped positions I the strike affected territory shows the j remedy for female trouble. suffered relieve disordered menses (3 -

It the coverings cannot be taken off t the lu wr girl"has slowly contracted some deranged condition of situation to be quiet today. President I,, for three years with terrible bearing-down the cause of other female trots! .ea. A- -

and washed have thew well rubbed .j i her organic system: which calls a halt in her progress and demands Mitchell had nothing to give out of anyImports pains at the menstrual period. I could: physician will tell you that f ti>-..

with a cloth wrung out of cold water ; restoration to health before she C"Juloe of use to herself or any one else. regarding anthracite i hardly stud on my feet and was never the cause of a disease renders tee -

and ammonia two teaspoonfuls to a To this class of women and girls Mrs. I'inkham proffers both sym- strike. nee tote I real welL Vine of Cardui was the only easy, in fact seldom fails to r >:r.; -

pint Keep turning and rinsing the pathy and aid. When these distressing weaknesses and derangementsassail medicine that I could: depend on to do me the cure. If you would have tLe ".. .
He said the strike was nearly complete
cloth as it pets soiled or the cover you, remember that there is a remedy for them all. We have on any good, as I tried several with no sue relief which Miss Markell scur j

will! loyk streaky' wheu dry and have record thousands of such ca-es that have been absolutely and permanently in West Virginia. US$. Wine of Cardul cured me and I Wine of Car.i.ut. Yoa can tak It -

fresh water when tile first lot gets cured by Lydia II IMnkliam's Vegetable Conip ound, restoringto have now enjoyed perfect health for two out an examination whatever. Yea and wit

dirty. Soap t-houM; never be used vigorous! health and lives of usefulness thoseho have been previously Strikers Warn Non-Union Men. years, and give you all the credit for I the publicity of houe can ut

when washing ('rf't' nm'I.! I'.ran shouldbe sorely dbtr sed. Head the following letter. Talaqua. Pa. June 13.-All last know you deserve it." just privacy as much benefit your a? if a a<;; -:. -

Dolled!/ in tLe water l') soften it. and =-- night the Panther Creek valley was in For a young: girl Wine of CarJui is prescribed" for you. Tit 'j-a -

i no soap will be needed. The ,bet .1 a state of excitement. Large: dt ;i.>. the best remedy to guide her through men are fueling the vigor of n .
J .1i
plan: is: to tie tie bran in a bag. Un i : I i gaflms of striking miners visited tI' womanhood by starting the menstrual health by taking Wine yf Car. .

i-ss this! : is done the water must be l I I 'I 01 I :',1'1-'? of nen-union men and: warn. :.

b,ruined. J ':1' .n Lot to work in the moining.! Toa.iy A million
Atmokpltrre-----of HonLi. :ill i: It I Is landed the at five of r.: .- WINE O fCARDUI have :d rll, .

mike ( ih.-rics in the valley are i. i Wine of
If our hoes were furl.-.IJ..I with "
1 t :l'.r .iu. The fctrikic men her a-
n.ore character! building! 1"Uk a.d J
'. r :. ,,\ ",ing to induce all t .
: and costly funiitui: out
_n a It. An appeal has been mad! t
d.lrl"lJ! :; would: get a much better start STOREMOVER
.rpnters.! machinists and mo.: .
in life.
To bring a child up in an atmosphereof TT4III s F' ne is at very high tt'USi'h. 0-= == = == ==- :: -------u:

1 Louk;:. to surround him with the n ,t ; :.e people are in a state.:

uoiks of great binds from his infancy '.s '):1. WILL

and lend h.m: gradually to an appreciation II I's".t\ ir
of the works of tile intellectual. More Laborers! Vste to Strike.
Keeps a Complete First-Class Up-to-Date Stockof
giants; of the race is equal to a liberal I / 1 i N >' !ii. Jove 13 -B> unanimous ,

cducatioa.juccfss.DrlrJ \ I III v >t. Amalgamated: Painter a:. Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries.No .

x Cr.... Ornament. !i .. 30 W. Government St., Salisbury Block

Pampas grins and other ornamentalfpecscs tw 'n o .,1' and 6'Mj' men will hiar'

; occasionally! used for decorative I rdl re '{<-U TILKPHONK: WT

purposes are I roue to get dusty and ,
tluIL To remedy ibis vrnsli them lu a
food laths of Oft water and yellow

MKI 11'. In which they should be well i ICE AND WOOD.
Planned to Steal tne Children of '
feba!;.-n Then rinse Ibe (.rushes In
I People.
clean ('Oldatl'l.. 10 which a trifle of ti-Ue Mont.Wealthy WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LJ r>GER TBAL'
13.The pohc.av :
blue Las lievu udded.xnu.dnwn.
unearthed a startling conspirao ">' THIS SUMMER THAN EVE I EFC RE

(> a wholesale Kidnaping bu":m.-e :

To (''nn fW311"own make! a warm f in ui? the wealthy families of Butti. SEND US YOUR ORDERS NCi/vl.

JatbiT! of crap then gently squeeze the ii-i tn allseed! leads: of the bard

ilowu in HIH till it is quite! clean Iii Sam ( '():,>"ntino. is under arrest. Ar: Thompson, Olsen &: Co

louse I in tresh cold water with a \riMtle 411-'ript wag made several days a.ti:

blue in Afterwjrd shake! the Here is the Story of Thousands of Young Women who are j :-x iua-i Bagel 1 Symunb, a men hair Manresa Street, Telephone J.,7.

water out mid linn: ;; in the air to dry.The Helped to Health by Mrs. Pinkham. .1 Butte, and a day later an attempt! -----_ __ ____ H_ ___ _u_____ __
ass marto! steal the infant child DI
-' DKAR )fR,.. PSKiftf-I am trouU 'd very rauh. with the whites and ESTABLISHED 1863.
< hrniirxt Pluh. a bearing down cf the wt>mb. My "nal''.i: a ;..' > : -it I rm ha' :.r aba: to William ymons. The police are r.o-s-;
The rb(' ijx--t; (>U in the market i, work. Will you kindly inform me wKu t/) I i.) ',s I LOJ ->;!?eriny moat tcrribiy.Miss : ." ;tar Ling for three others believe nje -------

Ij.ililiiiL: t'\t'll when it Is! alruo-,1 milt i MAY l.1:, t.:: ,B'>. i' :L :.;; i i ...m'!. NY. (Mar. 17, lJUO.) I : implil ate.!. Conse tin is an It iiaa McKENZIE OERTING & CO.
the price ot cod or luJ'lx-L In cod l .. ,
DEAR IR.'. PIXKIIAM : I w rite: t t:i.ick.i for the ;_- cue La" to pay for bone. head tail and It&AL&8 is- 0
have done me. Among the people whom it was p,'.>
t-kiu. whiib! are all waste. Almost tv I wrote to you dex-rilnn; ray and followed your direction I I, ;iod to kidnap and hold fJr rans 1:11
cry worse I ot halibut: is l'atal.le. had dix-tored a erect dcal'art nothing veined to help. After Using six buttl..sI were the youngest son of ;SenatorV: Ship Chandlery and General {Hardware,
of Lydia I:. I'inkhaiii's Vfjrrtablo) Ci>ini>ouiil and four packages of :
A. Clark Mrs. Lula
Sallol 4Pollf.1 '1... hi"II:. ; Sanative \\...->h I aai again strong and healthy The Sanative Wash cured me Largo, a OOS AND 605 d. PA .KOI STREET.BCJJNQY .
elthiu4 1-ItoUld pot t>C kept in of the leuc'urrh'i-a ( whites). \\oui.i recuma.rnd'Iur medics tj all suffering I w'altbroman: who makes her horn .
& cloht-t. It U a fertile source of ill women who need ttern.-Miss: MAY llitiiivjK. Middle Village P. O., :in Butte and New York and a num -

smelling, malodorous closets that "old" Lung Klaud, N.Y. .? .. -f her of leading merchants bankers and REVERE COPPER COMPANY JOHN A. ROEBLINO'S NOAH CO S
golf-II that so uni>leasntii1.r suggests; unventilated "111'n a medicine haS boon suocsNful in rcstorinj to health mining men Con i>ntlr.o is suspectedto

' rooms and clothes not properly more than a million women, you cannotH say without trying have had accomplices in Chicago Ctim Cerdtti Piliii, Ills Imtleil lostraaiBti, Chris:, lieiirs, fin

aired.Marmaton.. it,.' I do not IxMirte it will help tot'." If you are ill, do not hesitateto COMPASSES LOGS ETO

get a hottl uf Lydia U. IMiikhaiuN-gr 'tal le ConiiMiuiul at Accepts Position With Southern. 0, McKenzie Oerting Collecting Agent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent A-

: Kan.. Is ptactically: rnn once and write Mrs. Pinkham, Lyon, 3Ias., for -ix'cial uh ice. I Omaha N'eL., June 13.-Samuel Hlj ciation.

l>y womei It Las :woman school It is free and helpful. Write today, delay may mean deatli. I gins whose resignation as superinten

teacher a wcuian tclecraiili operator, a lent of motive of the Union
O.ine to the fact that some s'nepnca! people power
l>otnii!'trfss. a woman pastor: in IIi REWARD tae Irnm time to time queatwned the genuine Pacific railroad was announced yesterday
ness"llhe testimonial Ictten "e are constantlypubUsnm The Star
L y chunb and a woman letter carrier $50 0 0 < %e have deposited with the Natianal stated today that he bad accepteda Laundry
City B\nk, uf Lynn :ilass.Sooo.hich.:11 i I like position with the Southern railway ,
totimonial is
be pail In any person oho "tll show that the above not
Ibe United States has more women g'nuine, or Pas p-j1':shed before ohtammj the .nter' special is' with headquarters at Washing
son.-LydisE. 1'loUham Medicine Company Lynn. MaH. Busiest Best !It
as servants than any other nation a ton D. C. ,
there being bUl)0 such in Wasbiagton;
Clutbsd to DEath by Wife and Brot'ier. ,
Breaking Pole Kills Lineman. R. A. Gray, J. P.. Okville lud..
I f''Y"! I'ine 1''. Tun: Gorman '
natosi! Jane n:. A writes: "For ten years I was con- '
Leads Them All. cable diairlUuting ,
a rani-Ler on Brol "n P.a-k creek. I1 fined to my bed with disease of the \Ire\ Gather lip Tib !
telephone : of the p
"One Minute Cough h Cure hHit1- all InttTstatnfTelpphone n ::. tram here wa'Ulltil by his" wife kidneys. It was so severe that I

other iiiedicine* 1 evAr tnd for company broke: just under an.' yonnker broth.-r. James Gorman could not move part of the time. I ;
the lower crows arms last evening! and I consulted the very bet medical evAr : From all pam of the IT: .
('Oll h. colds, croup and( throat and The lder Gorman disf-overed! an in t
caused Emanuel Palmer to fall W feet kill available but could get no relief ,:. "
lung trtuble-., ;ays U. :$cvtt'urrin''' true beiwppn his wife and younger Our delivery men will ciwhere
the !! until Foley' Kiiney Cure was ',-
to pavement killing him .
jf I.rtj{ Intoll, 1'... One :Minute Cough InstantlyPalmer brother. The"If.tlm tried to drive his! recommended to me. It has been a .

Cure H the only .a'),.,lu' ;safe was a lineman and nas engaged brother: away from the ranch when Godsend to me.V.. A. D'Alem- yJ at any time that M.

couch r"l1ledh Ie h acts luimediwt i- at the time in tightening tin the pair turned upon him and killei I berte, 121 :South Palafox.I Write or telephone us and w

.-Iy. Motl-.f-r-J: evervwlifrp teitify wires of which there were several him with olubs. The man and woman -- --- -

to tilt> good it has d ere their little;. hundred strung on the pole! are now In Jail at Basin. Know One lore Keinedyf deavor to serve you Letter t
UU"". Croup ii PO -.u Ian in its attacks --- -- I cr an obstinate coil Iu name u cwt-Ba!=aa

that: the doctor often arrive. WAS WASTING AWAY. : Ready to Yield. -- -- other Laundry can.
too late. It yifldsit once to One I BANNER
The following letter from Room ,_ SALVED
used DeWitt's Witch Hazel
:\I mute Cough! Curn. 1'lpa-i.iut
take. Childre'i like it.Iurfl cure to II. Watts: "I of have" t lem.been:'1 n.troubled, i- tutruc1live with' Salve for pile and found it a certain he most-healing- -salve- -in t/vt- worif ALL WORK C. O. D. Ml Callffl( fw and Efllfflt : :: : :

fur grip brouehiticousin.. II rstu'' kidney iisf-ii P for the last live rure." "' ye i;. R. Meredith. Willow
Pharmacy John rb"pp.trd. Sidueylv year I lo-t fif "h and never felt (Grove Del. Operation unnecessary Marston j' Quina are sole TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST-

inn. well doctored 'i tocure pile*. They always yield to.
and with leading pl y- i agents for the celebrated
-------- DeWitt Witch Hazel al've. Cures WALKER INGRAHAM
\ Itiiil IUhave illlllllt. t-otpd without relief. Filially I kin diseases. all kind. of wound Odorless refrigerators, ,

"1 Lnwn: better tliys lady," tried Foley's Kidney Cure and 'le..* Accept no counterfeit Hargi! absolutely guaranteed or -- -- -
than two Imtrlecomjiletely: cured'ing '' Pharmacy, John Sheppard, Sidney
Lc'j.:in I'.itlt- .1.11.:1. .. refunded. I Medical
Kahu. money Society Artl'nrl'InThere
i>nd I aia now sound and w..ll.
"Yl'", H a wretched wurwug"! 1'1"11i.1 -.--- -- ,. .
W. D'Alemberte.. lii :S. 1'.IIJf.x. : -- al4am will be a regular .
the t'arnai's wife, "but I've gut Water coolers that do not l'yny- Kflievm right Away KIDNEY DISEASES .
cod niuku a ecedy cad of cou 3u sal cO.b.There's : he Pensacola: Medical S' .
I'o time to U.M uss the weather with
: waste ice at the it illis he Board of Health .,fI. a*
you, laid as It i"" And she shut the! A TROLLEY PARTY t lot of money to be made I ''clock .
1: Hardware Co.'s. 'I in real etate-llt3 of it. A real tin fatd of I p.m. Tuesday Ju' '
!"i r antll..t't liiui.-rbiladclphU! lule-! estate are most all dl;*. Viiitiax physicians arc, > ,
sign is usually a fln rer-board to
tin. i TUESDAY NIGHT wealth .!.:u. ; invited( to attend.
I The finest line of umbrella in the Thos. C. Watson k: DREF.B. f

11101,,', tare It. .1: city i is; at J. I. Stephens'. Go lookat I Co.. the leading Heal Estate farm i Pr. '
have some offers which it CVI I10REY CURE III !
"Wi Hi.! \ did you ;give Johnny Smith The Ladies': Aid Society < f the them. would DR. W. C. DEWBEBY.
be worth
your to consider. Go
a hint k eye"No *-" I Presbyterian ct.urch will .rive a -- -- and them i Ilirutli4 RluI) n85ttf Secretary
'II UW IHat 1". see today, and din't wait __
: ma'am." i: Trolley Party Tuesday, June 17th.! ,1 till to-morrow. i I

".\ro' jou >ureis ?" 1: for the benefit of the church build- of The Dflerin undersigned her takes services this method - I money refunded. Cotxt&lniNtnediei Marston $ Quina carr
as a
"\ '. ina'uui. lie Already hid the iin:{ fund. Children' hour, from flrt-clas3 licensed midwife, having Foiey's Kidney Cure I recognized cml the largest line of mat n.
au' I jest Hacked It for him.
rae I 15; :*4) to 7:3i\ fare l"j ; adults, i:&} to I|I had 35 yean experience. makes kidneys and bugs\ window shades .
CLieago: I'"t ,' 9:10, fare 23c. Ice cream: and cake'': Can give best of references; from bladder right.CbHTORIA. DInt pbya! ana u the but lot ,

'T will be served on Fisher's lawn. leading: physicians of this city. Kldniy and BUdder troubiu.! the city. We lay 'q
MRS. M. OIODENB Sean the i s Ki Via Hai' A ear Bcd matting free.ADMINISTKUOR'S
WARNING.If The party will tart: at the jui.ct.oa'of : !jltf 114 South DeVilliers St. 5 gzatare 'IUCi a.. aM ilhK' .

you !have kidney or bladder PalafJ' and Gregory street W. A. D'ALEMBEKTE NOTICE.
trouble and do not use Foley'g Kid- Tickets can be obtained at the junction c'tIE\V NUTICE I Estate of L. M. Kimberly decease
will have I --------
you only your. i t Notice Is hereby given that on .
n f to blame for result.s, ai it NEITHER the captain GRAS FXCl'UelON d" ,.
poitivly ---- own- i yof July A. Ifri: I will appl
cures all forms of kidney andi'Udder a.n nor consignees of tbe Honorable Probate Jude of K.' .
disease W. A. D'Alem- 'FRANK British ss Horsley will be county Klortda.f oa discharge ti
SECABTSJATH HOUSE responsible for debts
; contracted administration o( aid estate
btrte, 121 <. Pahfos. : I by the crew of said vessel. Again WILLIAM KIHAdmlnwtrsi
O. u. NORTH FIELD, Ja-oam;
: Deep water sea bathing night or'' W L Wittlch Co.. Captain.

The man who Owns his own home. himself compartment for ladies,with lady at. 1 1I Itendabt.
insures: against lots of NEITHER the captain, owners
trouble and worry Nobody can |I I Neatest best and clea"nest'j a 1 nor constifneei of the Br K LODGE DIRECTORY
raise, his rent, and the rent diy has bath house in the city. Baths 5 1 Cento will be responsible for To Mobile I.W.HARPER
(I cent. FRANK SIGARI. debit contracted by the crew Saturday night June 11,
for him. It.s
no terrors eay to own I of said vessel. leaving the union I
a home now-a-days. Thos. C.I Cor. Cevallos and Zirrago Su P A. ADAMS. : depot at 10:30 p. KENTUCKY KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
m. Returning, train will leave Mobile
NV. t' KnsEa .
-- -- I t Co. Captain -
Watson & Co. can tell how'u
?y it is. Call ana see i!: If you want a nice preent to give 'on.12n" l j HaSElTHER June at 15. 12 Fare o'clock for the Sunday round night WHISKEY Pen Acol* Lodge No. 3, K, ot P.
the captain,owner trip, .
t) a friend go and look throuzh; the of the br es''' f 1.50; from Cantonment and Century meets every Monday eyes':
elegant line of suitable articles atl I Ca-tl will be I '. log at 5u) J at Castle Hi!.
Seasonable household 1. I. for, debts contracted I same as Pensacola. For farther, --a la the Bloaot.Watl '
tephen5. surely find '
you can I v t
apply to Banding third floor
by crew of said
vessel. .
and kitchen utensils at the something to please you. If you j' THO-.. B. LLOYD. ': Roar Krxa orPfiTERTHOMAS in'l grey A Visiting brethren cordl*!.?
want anything= in the Diamond line ren;acola Lumber Co.. Captain i welcomed.
Hardware CO.'s. I ,
Willis j, be sure to him before Consignee. HJK M.CAMF3I1
I I you bay. J I __ Excursion Managers: j Sell ly DalE>le>sser Bros. H. HOR8L K. R.a.a 8. C 0




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,.,,-"* )( tCI Eight Students Injured, One of Whom SICK MADE WELL FATAL COLLISION ON. ;

ft I OCEAN TRIPS first Des time Moines In two Will Ia.,days June Die. telegraph 12.-For and the WEAK MADE STRONG I, C, & ST. I L. R'Y Q.,

V telephone I
in NLNORK, BOSTON communication with Wasn- !

I R1 [) ington has been obtained. Four wag- -- Fast Mail and Accommodation
on loads of students
EASTERN enjoying a picniC
at Cop pie. 9 miles south of Washing Marvelous Elixir of Life Discov- Come Together. i
I;. fH-ntmo\ ton were caught by the storm during ered by Famous Doct or- .

l 'rhe )ltt ilA \1\.1U their return. One wagon containing TOUR LIVES LOST IN CRASH for infants and Children.
Scientist That Cures ; i iC.ctnria
,1.. t,(f.*\: 51l. *.\\HIP COMPANY: which members had of the high school class, !ioi .1 harmless substitute for Cantor Oil, Pare- : j I

?I') UIIOllll:: just graduated Bought shelter Every Known Accident Occurred Near Chattanooga, gorse, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is .*I(' \sant. It 'J
i Ocean Breeae.Sailings in a schoolhouse -I
of which
50 flours was blown contains neither Opium Morphine nor other :Narcotic
each Week J to pieces! Ailment. While Both Trains Were Going at il
scattering the debris. suh UlC.-('. It destroys Worms and allays FeAeriline ;
from Savannah. Ga. The injured: High Speed, and Was Due to One of It cure>; Diarrhu'a Gad: Wind C< lie. It relieves Teething 1 I'

fF Mildred Ic AUin, chest ; Troubles and cures Constipation. It regulates the
crushedwill i"lI
this r i'Mhr I.!ne- 11"11I. ) die ; : the Engineers Overlooking Orders. !Stomaek and ISoweN, Knii tf healthy and natural leep.

'erV ,.\J4'lutmtrtlts. tliTxi 1 Wonderful Cores Are Effected That Seem The Children's 1'audceu-The Mother's Friend. i ,
; <"i' n n yet. i f Charles
l IIrtePtt.rrn Chance badly crushed allover i Chattanooga June 13-A fatal collision -
"t <>!' t I
{ .. \*aTiiu... ali ami nits oft ) ; still unconscious, recovery Like Miracles Perfumed-Tin Secret | occurred on the Nashville Chattanooga The Kind You Have Always Bough f
i <. .u.'O'",. "DO"- ) of Long Life of Olden! and St. Louis railroad yesterday !
Myrtle Bears the of
r. r. c a.nt To Stewart badly bruised Signature
<< about
1.. ..l., I Ur afternoon between Hooker and
li rr -ar f I
*..l r......U, Ha.M the head and face. Times Revived.
ftl 4...I. J..!.......11*.Fl*. J Blanche Summit, two small stations about 12
1 Stewart shoulder dislocated
,, ';( "'f ":f--f t:" t:" head cut. I -- I miles from this chity. Four men were

Myrtle Shields 1 leg badly injured sa- II I The Iltiuedy Free to All Who Send I killed and about 15 others more or less :

"DU! aim I its:CU SCHEDULE verely bruised. I Same anti Aililrens."' seriously injured. Possibly two or

Jessie Klein: back I I three of the wounded will die from the #
W is the schedule of the wrenched badlycut. After years of patient study, and :
j' effects of their. injuries. In Use For Over 30 Years.

reamer General Frenchw Mary Jerrard. ankle dislocated 'I delving into the dusty; record of the I The dead: ,.., erNU" fO.a.Nv n .."...,a.rr,. UtUtota r.T
several pat, as well as following modern I
NEws: prints for thee flesh 1 George Rollin engineer of the accommodation 1 t1C.GOO
wo-im'.s experiments in the realms of medi- -
merchants who ship : train died after being removed r
cal science Dr. James W. Kidd, ,
tar the various army 2.( .U Kiltes building: Fort Wayne, I to hospital. REMOVAL NOTICE.
Cures Eczema
and Itching Humor Ind.. make the startling ar- L. A. Rankin fireman of the accommodation frt. -
Through the Blood-Costs Nothing Awarded at Fart Ir
,'A ....._ ..... jUC1a.m.i to Try It. nouncement that he has surely train. Dr. G. H. Tuttle
... .. .. .... ..... 7.Si a m James Bernard fireman of the fast I I.
...... ..... "tJ\J a. tar. B. R. B. (Botanic Blood Balm) i-
a. .... .. ....._ *:I\! a. m. mail train.... | Dr. J. G. Heard, w
I II' .A ............. ._..ll/llia m. now recognized as a certain and ure Express- Messenger Webb of the j PNALAROCHEWINE
Lucas 11:10 a. m. and tbt' cure for Eczema Itching Skin. Humor .
'" Fort McKee and ten rea' : fast mail train. II j DENTISTS.i ,
-, Scabs, Scales Watery Eli*,
I HS.i i
a'i 'M- __....... ..... 1'\5 p. m I The injured: in* 7 and 9. Ma-nnif Temple.
... ........... ... .. l.i' tees Pimples Aching Hones or I Engineer Ha>', of the fast mail; may CORDIAL t ,
'.I, .... .... 4k1: p. m. Joints, Boil, Carbuncles I All branches of 'surgical Operative and
... .............. .":15 p. inHI Prickling:, die.J.. Highest: recommendations for cure cl Poorness j jot )1"'banu'alllt'nUlry pt'rfurlllt'dlIh ttchnical -
.us ,,.:.f) p. m. and malts Pain in the Skin, Old Eating: : gores, e \V. Marker, mail clerk serious. Blood Stomach trouhlet and General De fl..U.t'p..elal .
.. I bih'j Increases the aprenie.. strengthens I"I
Ulcers etc Botanic Blood a Fred Thatch LaggageniasUr attention to C.'hlltlrt'n't iTrrthl.oldnnd
Balm ; se the nerves and builds up the entire i>stem. given
; and :Saturdiys: the ''aken iutErnallcurES the 1 I'orcelaiii Killings Ciowu
wor-t and
rious may recoter. I
:=3 rap mount and .
LV'. 'tiarr-inca? via }'ick.1.1 mu-t deep-seated cases by enriching Ak : Mail Clerk Miller serious; not fatally. PARIS I j.j.I \
nest: latt'rul : < mp -telitTrl FIUlInllllt. ,
> at 6SO p. m. purifyiti and vitalizing": bl'Jd. i:. toncrra (". !

thereby giving a healthy bloodup.. 1 it cal-. \..S.t lionc No. liTNiina ;
I > >
d I French is fur |
: army ply to the skin. Botanic Blood Balmis ,ji k. It. R. Stoxer mail clerk serious.!!. :

',,i>' and any out-ider mu-t the only cure to stay cured, for } .. A. W. Clark mal! clerk, serious; rI I ii i-

from the quartermaster I, these awful, annoying kin trouble-. will rerott-r. i

_::rothr[. !' Other remedies may relieve but B Train Xo. flS I known as the Jasper I i UlIMR Unn Y. P.n f

15. B. actually. cure, heal_ every accommodation. left Chattanooga .,.
. 'I -'!'WI !!I' '9 ro "'_
ore, and the rich of
I IL Rives glow A about 2: 40 o'clock. It was due at Sum .
tAMER LINE SCHEDULE health to the! skin. J5. B. B. build* up u' a uu.liurorteri
I These tiny Capsules: iresupcriorvto .
the brokea-duwn body and makes ? < i mit at 3:
the blood red and nourishing. Over No. 1, from Nashville was behind! Balsam of Copaiba: and Dealers, in- It
I'ensarola and Milton Itoal t Crhel ,
ii 3000 voluntary testimonials: : of cure time and the meeting point of these: and Injections 81

i.unt Dailj Kxcept: Sunday.UTY i by Botanic Blood Balm! 15. B. B. DR. JAMES WILLIAM KWH.I I trains had been changed from the regular They can-in 48 hours the Chinese and Japanese

i Druggets, $I. Trial treatment free I station Summit. latOp J"et-r5 IIltlr.nyml'IIb1
t TAMPA.. I and prepaid by writing Blood Balm covered the elixir of life. That .v ..!t{:. Sum o ,,i I ORIIGGISTS Fancy Goods,
One of the engineers, it is said!, overlooked
Co., Atlanta Ua. Describe trouble. he is able with the aid of a

HIII HID LvPennacoaItpma \r' Milton ...*>:w: )!pm and free medical advice given until our compound, known only mystfori-I' bib orders and ran past the FINE CHINA TEAS,

1 r Hound tnptLty4Is cured. self: produced: as a re; I designated meeting place. 31 South Palafox SL J
--- years he has !spent; in searching for George Rollins, of Pik
Engineer -
.. Woman Laundry Office. Pensacola, Fla.
this boon
precious life-giving; ,
I vllle; Fireman L. A. Rankin. of this
CASTOrt.ZA. cure and disease; that is -- - -------
I I any every Is lUlerrtteU andeiouldknow
latent !
the >.on... ,Ihe K.rt Yw Hare r;wa/s Bnugrc' known to the human body. There city, and Conductor R. A. Doss, of !V I about the worulrrfut NOTICK.
l I \01 n.l 1 a See L. Bear fe Co'sadvertieineiit the of the t ,e li' M4RLMiirlinq Spray
a I r ia'' ki.tul't i* no doubt of the doctor's earnestness i Jasper composed crew accommodation ILy. 7lrenrwluM.ltfrl.,., f.jrr. I have been authorized to take d

ituit.I'fiLiTICALANiN. I & in making his claim and the II train. I t dull AiK-tiuM. UMt "af- subscriptions for Win. J pnningiBryan's
remarkable cures that he is daily effecting The fireman was horribly mangledand I ,, setSltatt'uuerneu'eyM t.. I "The Commoner.The . paper
___ __
u seems to bear him out in ad
very I Itrou died almost Instantly.EnlinH price is $1.00 per year
h'. His theory which he advances 11U r"nn"IuJII.IJ vance. Those desiring the paper I
I Rollins was badly Injure I
: is one of reason and based on ; "\R\ ..1.. .i.f.tno 4otlrr.bnt.rnd.anq.tot11. them i
WMCEMEm can have it sent to by sending
I I I ..
as his legs were terribly crushed an1i \ ;
ourd experience in a medical practice lun ratnl IXK,k-M-.M.II goes f I.OOtu the undersigned. I I "-
of many year It cots nothing I i large holes made in his head and! left full |>"rti>'ulain amr>lirci m"no in. '' H.M. ROCHE. I it i
\&lu..I.lrll.III.l1t'R. \>.I to.. y .....
to try his remarkable "Elixir of I: side. He died while being taken tJ Care Daily News.
Life." as, he calls it, for he ends it I! the hospital. I Room:Times hide New Sol k. .

free, to anyone who is a sufferer insufficient I George J. of the fast .'
Far Slate Senator. For County Commissioner. Engineer ; Ray :

', I"ud.f Hon. \V. A. Klouutaininutic I The friend, of J.V.. Prewton of its ability quantities cure, -o to there convince is absolutely of- I|i! mail train is seriously injured and it I THE GARDEN SECTION 1 E Ii i
district No. J. announce him as a
> i linn candidate no rick to run. Some of the i I is thought fatally. His left side and 1
for re-election from ,
ate p 4 itttmr {rum tins, the Secftiatonal candidate said I'
head were crushed and other parts of
cited remarkable
cures are ,
\ very o-OF-o
litrict. und district, subject to the action of the i r I II
.pect- and but for the reliable witne--e- 1 his bOdy bruised.
lo. I|I
,;k the support of all Demo- primaries July I
nim the : would hardly credited. The lame His fireman James Bernard wasI Pensacola Florida"i-i
at primary :
'or coming
have thrown crutches ,
:away and I i i
For Commissioner. I. caught under the smaller engine and I .
walked about after two or three' -- ---- I
For Representative. I hereby announce myself as a trials of the remedy. The rick, literally burned to death. A handfulof Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus. l

(rillIdof Scott M. Loftin take candidate fur county ('olllmi..iouer, given up by Lome doctor, have i i, cinders and charnd flesh was all! ,

.ins of announcing him aa; from district 4, subject to the action b"en restored to their families and i I: that could be found of him. ;

Ire for 1 K-presentative in the I:, of the voters at the ensuing democratic friends in perfect health. Hht'uma.1 I. Express Messenger Webb of the :j Beautiful Lots for Sale. i j {

tire from cambia county primary: July 15. M-in, neuralgia ;; fast mail train was caught under th.'
de-ire the of all : D. W. C. YAKBKOI liter kidney, blood and km diseases \
.y support [ debris I
..itin the coining primary.. and bladder trouble* disappear; and died shortly after havingbeen 40x137-2 feet at from $76 to $200 each, accordI, '

For County Commissioner. ;as by masric. Headache, backiche removed to a place of I afd>. j ing to location and surroundings

For Reoresentative : ;, ner\ousne fever, conumption : The story of the wre k as told t>j' I
Mr. Frank Johnson
hereby an- cough/ cold-, athma; i pasengers on the mail train is a thri'l Good View '
: tendof Henry C. Cloptonue I himself candidate for Exceptionally Neighborhood Beautiful
: iiounce- as a catarrh : : t
and allection-
ing one 8.8 t h..y were able to see; the I
,mil a- candidate for relectiou as: county commi-*ioner ( Fertile Lands. 1 ,
.. of the throat, lung or any vital organs approaching disaster On High, Dry :1
itattx III the I'-gilatnre i from district four L-cambia county, overcome' 01 :
'- it.ibi, i county, and request subject to the will of the democratic are easily a space the pos'fion: of the track, there beir.-r:: -
of time that i I
: : ..f ail democrats in the II voters in the coming primaries. He paralysis+ imply, U;comutor marvelous.Partial atuxia, a doiilil. revele curve at the place I'.t The grandest opportunity for investment ever j

:. '. 'cr.itic primary. d< es: this for the rea-on that he the wreck the
drop-y, gout, Scrofula and pile-aie passengers were able t.i) cffered in Pensacola. i
wants the once and thinks he cau quickly and permanently removed.It I see from the stdof the cars the approaching

for Representative. I be of benefit to the best interests of purifies the entire s\ "tem. blood! accommodation train. They Borne Seekers Should See These Lots. "
the whole county. If his friends
1 i- "it Chas. )1.[ CotOIl and tissues, restores normal nerve I thought it merely -
and the interested with a passing of regulv:
Ia candidate for rep- people agree power, circulation and a -tate of'1 ;
him, he will appreciate their sup trains and did not heed the warning
the legi-lature from perfect health t produced at once i iTo AVC1ubbsCorner iii.
.y. and they It-k the port. the doctor all systems are alike' until the nah came and it was th-'n t

..'iuocruts i m the your and equally affected by this great 1 tot) late to help themselves t

; For County Commissioner.The 'Elixir of Life." Send for the The omnioilation train being th. Garden and Alcaniz Streets. ;

friends of J. ii. Roberts an- remedy to-day. It is free to f''t'r'utrert"r. \ light r one. was entirely telescoped the
nounce him as a candidate for reel State what you want to be'cured '' I
for County Treasurer. ponderous machinery of the fat marl .C. BREST. WM. H KNOWLKH. W. K. HYKR. JR., J. H, KKEBB.Pmldtnt. ;
c ton as county commi-iouer, of and the sure remedy for it
I-.f Frank E. Hrav.neriiuce from District 1, subject to the actionof will been you free by return ilia il. ,i! train plowing its way through the ears Vico-Fret.dent. fishier. Aii't Cftibler, 1
1 and splintering them into kmdln,
him ctndidatev
: as a the democratic primaries July { '
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... ireaiurer of cambia 15. They believe that the material wood Both engines had their position

!tict to the action of the interest; of the county demand hii; Montgomery Sells Bonds. reversed and were thrown 40 yards First National Bank i
primaries July I;, and and ask the !
re-election they supportof Montgomery. Ala. June 12.-:Ma>or from the tracks
in -upportof the"Itpri democrat m securing it.
every E. B
Joseph of Montgomery, an None of the passengers' were so-'I

Fo-.County Treasurer. coiimes that after several months of I rtously injured

uive myself a candidate: for For Count) Commissioner.I negotiation the municipal go\'ernmtmt I OF PENSACOLA. FLA. {

.itiwu for the po-itiou of announce myself a candidate for has finally disposed of the issue 'iff73 Another Victim of Wreck I !

'reditirerof E-cambu coatHeet election as county coiiimi-sioner for I I ; ,(""> inI 12 per cent Montgomerycity Chattanooga. June 13J. U Tompkins I DIRP3aTOFiIBe: :
of the demo- district No. 1, at to be held WM. H. KNOWLE8. W. A.
t- the action primary BLOONT F. C. BRENT ,V. K. HYER
bonds authorized by the last se- of :Nashville an express messenger JL
'nud, V. July loth: and a-k for the support of I' D. G.
J. \V. FlU TElL. I all democrats. sion of the Alabama legislature: "f'Jr helper! Is dead as the result of ia BRENT

LH DANIELL. general municipal purposes" The June received, in tcrday's wreck OH 'i

For Tax Assessor. t- -- money denied from the sale of Ow the Nashville, Chattanooga and St ;, ad i k !
: ron! mnt BZ ch AU A
Ml ail
.lIy l U1J1JUUC1J1y-elf! as a I For County Comrmss'oner.J bonds is to be used to meet the running Louis railwav The report of the1 I m c I SQh I I

t' for r.-fI<:ctllll1 a, Tax .-\"- hereby an11 'uuee my-elf as a expenses of the City government death of Expre MessengerVeuh'! v yg'We

E-et..bia! county, subject candidate'for If' n-rtioii :i- county I On July 1 $3'".nou' of this: money wll!:l was erroneous He will IMP Four "
:i "n!, 'If the democratic pri. ooiliiniissiotie' :ii.iij) d.-trict 2 of E,,- he draw our own Bills of Exchange
paid for interest on I bonds already are load, and others injured it is on Great Britain, Ireland
!hI:: euuibia: cou.":, subject to 'IIP l action !
Ira.1v'. W. RU'HARHS. oftbedetu'.t'alit> pnu.'aiies July 15, issued thought will l rfovtrChronic I i' Germany, France, Austria, Italy, Holland, Hpain, Belgium, Rua8la, Nor ,

-- and !1--); toe sup .'>rt ot the voters. # way Sweden Denmark and other European countries.
Johns G. WELSH. bronchial trouble*; and : ------
Tax C.llec or.
For Fitry Years of I'apiilaiitjis KW Vessels Disbursed upon he !Meet! Favorable Terms ft
(>y :auiiouuce myself a; a summer cousin can be. quickly relieved shell
'r (or rf-elt't.ttlu as, Tax Col For CounJy Committ oner.T i the record of Painkiller ( Perry and cared by Foley's Honeyand Obligations after Vessel Taken Arrives Payable there. at Port of eetiration Ten or Fifteen Dayr {

: Ec3'iibia county, subject f, lends otV.. A. Shelby here- D lvi' '), but the shops are full of Imitations Tar. W. A. D'Alemberte, 121: ---
of tlit- democratic !ji' Kcuouuce his candidacy re- S. Palaf..x. *:
made to ell the eat Boxes
.... .Ie'| ":ou a; countcommi "ioner upon 21 WSafety Deposit for Rent in Connectionwith
A. H. IVAiRMHKKin. I ;' ui di-trict No. '3 of Escambia reputation of the genuine ; be caution which we hare Print Apartment for the TJi. f ,

:. nut' -nltjiet to the action of the *, therefore, when you a-k for a IF YOU ARE of Renter*. ,

For Tax Collector. i.inratic primaries July 15, and bottle to see that you get the irenuin |

.' 'id.f H iirylifclliugeran- ,-t I. i..r mm the hearty support of all LOOKING FOR BARGAINS 5
*>. An unfailing remedy for IfiTHE
1111 aa ciLdidaw for Tax le ,11'r. .'-

.1 1 E-caMbia county, sub. cough. cold, bronchitis. WE WILL FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE :
c'ltiin: Vniiiu stiomer.After -
democratic primary: to be1'H.rj. t"l ) -- 1 .

"> ] and request the due consideration I appealto Thos. C. Watson & Co.. i Fortieext: tr n days I will sell Wr.ti to-4af for tear band-

ill Democrator -. friends and the democratic article fliJ. .,00.. 1U..ratl'd READ TUE mans I II 'p
my many the leading Real Estate: Agents take' you any now at a -' ftiid w*wtat hvaiitiful i>r'"- ,,,. I sf
I f: our i and
voters as a candidate: for the munK we "fr fr w: ..rurpor M.rot. .apr
all the off the shoulders of the that I If I
worry pea
M :7iber School Board. discount of 2"per cent from the regular r oar Cn 4. W.p.lorarh > < 'Iho...
.e alliceof county commissioner from owners of property, manage the luirr of a bos.of Mop oR'' n LE:e II .... J .m.
..Jf.fV.. :!-1. .\ ertou hpre.1 district three of Eseambia: county routing of their house*; and the col. price. Think of it-you will I or eb'U'.t-e(,f .of....I.'.rf.f i.(island.> then : tra

'v-i :it cindidacy fur the Pleu-e remember me at the primary lection of their rents a" con*cien. t aomrtt premmiHi lu II*.....r.ot. I-. '>L Bro+laa,
: .
..1 .. a. a memb'T of the election of the democratic partyJuly tionsly as they would them elve*. save: J5 on a diamond ring or pin. 17at.I4..uertea.Atfal.i.t.r.gaaran. K |T...*..1..::iU.ui Toiur x I'aost.te I 1it

I'd from di-trict No. 3, 15, Wv:?. I). :\MEKRIIT, Their charges are very reasonable. where at regular price it would cost 6 th.... nt whoM-'.....onlT2 > e*r a 61).1'1. Plnurr 1oo-I-fIo a
.. democratic primary Olive Fla. $!is' ). see ; you save 21: cents on I toy M-tint a h utfn! :if rtM-i.nuM a'd ii

'." .1st:. ___ __ every dollar's worth you buy. Nowis ...P.I'T.. ..... K- dtnro.ffvluuYxlar'yne.b IIPta''r' : !-'' ... .,... J' "'k"'. lli
h For County Coiiiniit. ,ionor. Honey ana Tar t am 'm, mfr p'nxd ; 1"J II' JK' l.-n 'I."r'. a'.r "i!
the time to buy your diamonds, or .1 rot op ': Aitr rut! I. i r. .,t. -... n -. k 1 .1
VfmberBcarJ Public Instruction. The friends of 11. Uathwell of V r -t BE>\W t ;U. I.ra"'If' .. 'jSi.
cures colds prevents pneumoniaPocket watch or any other article in stock i. r 'I... .I.Oft .....rI.. '--'It "IF If .a" .,....
:..J.f Hon. Elijah Ward Bluff Springs hereby announce him --- Goo.!.rr.tea l..ay M. ititnt't .re > fr-n.. WI) a w a TT' t.oo..l
'- uain" a. a candidatfn : as a candidate for County Comnu. very cheap. Call and examine I w1 pawl s: tr.e r."Ir. 'U' ..r .1.. a r' 2 S or. ...e: n ... 1. j
nch L.e a re kt W 1.i9tlfr w'a w i u tlaJ t. .
w -r
:as member of the ioner from district Xo. 5 of t>cambia cutler and scissors goods Remember this offer i: for a ft-w day'po". 1 am nun tt ... p raw( wee t'a t <5. ,Tit II .j "nr,'. 'w. ..ct win junduun. 11'
Mr- AO.SEa lUIClllSOs.' unu-j U-f'*. u.yinu .... U..', Aria .
the v ;
from to of
Instruction action
Public subject
county from the nnest to the only ten days. Xo trouble to show
\ '. 1 .lf E-eimbia eoun-y, the democratic primaries;; July 15 SALVONA SOAP CO. Cor. 12th S Pine Sts ST.
cheapest at the Willis ?ood5. J. I. STEPHEN, I
.('!l.n of tha demo and ask for him the support of th- ,

['..i J' 'lj. l V. tars. Hardware Co. \ 112 youth Palafox !street" i




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SATURDAY JUNE 14 190325H525H5H5H5HSS525252S.
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/\ r mm IT rf TTniTfim W S 4- ,jj Great Clearance
Wash Fabrics
i ForEvery 1 k Sale!, 2H

.I 1i ;, o-.AT-o

1*; JNIIPERSOALSm : i Trimmed Hats, Flowers, .

I and Everything
Oak: Camp No. 1, Woodmenof i iI fc Ribbons THE BIG STORE
\V. J. Bryan Flomaton I is among I kj Line at .
the World. will unveil a monument -: in the Millinery
i tu:>- guests at the Merchant '
the : of their late:
rt Alb rt A very has returneJ home Dollar over grave I ....HALF PRICE.... ALL THIS WEEK.Two
from college top<-nd his vaction.: severein Joseph B. Rosiqae, Jr., an :, "' i* tc

I Sunday, June 15, at 3:&> o'clock, at f; MRS. N. BOWERS. ;1
i Hon. J. Ed. O'Brieo arrived home ; :
t. Michael's cemetery.A :: :::'-: ::: _
yesterday: afternoon from Washicg-

ton. memorial service will be held : Cases Swiss Lawns, 10 yards for 3 :.

Walker Willis! has returned from on the same d1t.y Live Oak CampNo. I I Ball Bearing, keen cutting

olleL'e to spend hii vacation: with : 1 and Hickory Comp :No. 21. ., Lawn Mowers, at the One Case Mayflower Batiste

1.parent. : The public are cordially invited to ,: Willis--Hardware-- -- -Co's.- I 10 yards for 75c.
' I ,
1 Mr-. B. S. Bernard has to attend these services.
the ]latest:
; Bur-mi. (;a., tu visit her sifter, Mrs. You I L U\T I ,ill a teeL.Bear is & Co's Entire Stock Fine Percales, 36 inches wi i '_

B J. ()Nt"US. Whooping Cough. I UI advertisement in at lOc yard.

My little son had an attack of ![ another column.
'tiI4ula Bryan. Myra Williams
whooping cough and wa threatened I ..... ,
a..J Ethe! li-au-ttof Geor
te gu"-ts at tbe Merchants.Messrs. Cough Remedy we would i,i : FINE MADRAS. ..... .. ... .. ... .. .. ... .. ...... JL f 20LINEN.CITINU.
have a serious time of it. It also : .... .... .. .. .. .' ". ... ... ... -
; Alex MqKinnou Muscojee. saved him fronr everal attacks of : -

I :and Win. Ma-hburu of Flomaatou t'fup.-H. J.. MKICKFAPEX. editor i 4th of July Picnic ; Kimona DreeingJacques made of rhter Lawn, Redact .

I are among the quests at the Twenty UV!"'-//. d, Fair Haven. Wash. : I to.... .. ... ...... .... .. .. .... .... .... .... ....50, ';5c Itl..j i -
.MerehaUr. For sale all druggists and medicine i, AL'CELEBRATION i

One Cae 4-4 Brown Domestic..2} :-
The :Mlver; Jubilee Commencement : -- ---

of the Catholic convent school Cents One Case Loo-dale Bleached Cotton. . .. ....I2yi-j-
will take place at the opera hou,eTuesday AT .
: 2 MJ Yard Fine Swiss: and Hamburg Edges: and In-

night. TO-N ICHT Magnolia BluffBY : settings, fine goods, at. .. . .. . .. ... . .5 :a..a .
Me--rs. E. OT.nea and :-i.1tLud : 20 : :

Taylor, boiler and hull inappctors of THEK \ Silk and Linen Batiste and Embroideries? to

Mobile, are among the bu-ines vi,. I
>. Another cheap excursion i will be vJXf T T i'ls
: Match at Prices.
it'irs hfrttoday.. i 1< + Bargain
'(/ It 1 ,A>
PerCent : run tonight from !here to Mobile the
I The many friend of James R.Lat.drum .
fare for the round trip beins only MYSTIC ASSOCIATION.
will be pieced to learn

t.'iat he i, able tt be out tody: after H :;j. Wauh for Grand Street Parade YOURS TO PLEASE.

au Illne !some time.J. Quite a crowd white and colored at 10 a. in.

H. l'atteron, wife auJ child of citizens will take advantage of the Hee Fosters for Full Detail Son
IBilltttin Ioljtt00n
:\I-coe*, ar* ainoriu the guests at cheap rates and no doubt that Sunday A hand-omp prize will be ?iven to

the Merchants. Mr. 1'atter-ou i. DiscountOn Mobile will be thronged withpenle the lady -iim? the frreate
number of tickets.
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book fur tl.euthern) ;tate -- -
keeper :: .
from the -I
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City. - > -
Lumber Company at Mu"c<);el}. fo''p: Admission, including fare, 35c; r. -

K'-v. Arthur Michel, who ha- McDuffie's Little Blue I Children 2-.t'. LAW DEPARTMENT
Liver Pills r-akt* blue peoplenrui.t.
b" -ii in tin- city the guest of Prof.
: clean-fc- ti.e ;:ytm of all
l>:.e-t RIKIhas! returned to hiue Ji.tniinand uhhealiny matter I Moonlight HopTuesday
.... m Lcckjjort.N.\ Y. Tln-fiHutl-. ad mak.ea h.w ;, ron of you.
:.. ..t.i' tay here was very i.ieaaiit.ri All :'5 <'f :NT-. I John B. Stetson TJniver: '
!>old by J.l.n M.epi-ard.4'! 'J3. Pal- Night
HtJboneiteu! will givs ;: lf"X -tltet. Do Ln11cl. i11rn-icti.
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1 in uhgiit hop at )LInIh Blut! IOIIN I'. rnmiKs rii 1I.I'rt""I"lIt.I.BlatT.J K\IIUII 1.1

: in xt Wednesday ni; llt. .\n enj'>ya- Children'sFootwear PROFESSIONAL UNDER AUSPICES OF EASTERN '
CHIROPODIST I'.ill Term ( "1111111'111'(''' 't'tillt."tlil.\ ()c-tolnT I HI :
101. time 1-. promise: all WIsO attend .
femo".1 I TWu \KAKV I ul tolE-Tn. Law Pi>partm..ntotJ03t. B.t :. '
I 'r. :ks, including tratIpJrtarzr1.1j j'j E. :'t. Clair The mas will STAR SOCIAL CLUB 1 twntuircour--. IvuJicu intl"ir>.- of LL. K
....: corns, bl1h!',IIS and iii; r --
.t. tin t'Dn.r-lly admits to tlir bar
without pain: or Il6c.d.Viil] call .
at MKrUtU: lFlllnt.lI.t: j'tht Law \r.DOllH..m..ut of
\ I': Florence :t-.rr1zFr E. E. Simon aId i bar-p. .. .....
--I- "rtiu an! Uriff.i !r.lll!u.lDa.olIl'I ltic"-! i\\ I'Hpurtmn :1'!
'id-hce )211
if r quired. No. :
:: and Kt'i iJizz-ll Trillleave)- your fitted -ut f..r dancing, will It-u\ ALBERT: J.l-AlCRAH. D.anof LtwH-) .: "
S< nth! .llf..xtl' 1'ijlui' Palafox wharf at b p. in. I" L :
i.r."it for .Muti.lf toif nd a few diy-

\\ j'-i frieufi.tnci ..ti"r t >t[>eet ty". The KNICHTS OF PYTHIAS. Music by Prcf D. D. com us'' OrctKl .
th: I'.vu. Tiling fur I ft rr r-- If r (I. .. (' If n .1 *
I "!n : r1 : !ii-r 11 (,r six jit-ces.!. f. ( (\ ( (\
I 'II : .,lay. P.-t;*ac.'la! L d.! -... NK.:; :. of 1'.- \V. R. K. Turner rlnorI'riZH Mana4.-r.' 'lr t
tlf'II irlll'
I R. jfUla' I'lf-ftiLj Mnr.d.ty ui 'ht. l>inei> \\ill he callcJ at I.s .. cl h I .

, D'-'rf.: J. Sif-uier, tLe! leading phy- June 16. at '" v'ci"l'k.Iunber,; are Imiy rm-ol"lI1u..r111 and the !pentlrmRii rtc..ihalld W.M"m.< i ,..- <.f Mvhtg >m-ry. and J. C. Reason specially rtquted to he present. Ini..oni.Wikin ; (anc xalut-d at >! .',
Work in the rank of Equire.Itm.. lio\scoin<> out and bring your ,nrI, n.iiliif
!' : .irJ-oi. ,!. of the ttal .
111 circuit KuoU Umt- get jour mu: -t -
ber of si-ter
; lodges and trausjent worth
'.. :. of (ir..IH.JlI6. arrived m the brethren cordially invited to attend. MONDAYAuDTUESDAYL.
: "'.\ltF. HOUXII TKIPAilultc. -
! I i'y ye-terd afternoo-i to) sp rrid a MONROE (;AlIPHELL. C. C.
Why ID (.IiI.lrr,'. ::111'JoP
H. HOK-LEH. K. It. & S.I .
: w day11 I kii r,: the finny tribe. HickGeo.. Watn. Harr.vHuk .'
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I !Hon. W. A. Bloiint returned hit 'i1 I by Trn:pics i in Imlia i i -. Manager Commutes C'-. 'r-o **"

I.i.t, Like City and Jacfca.juvilio. -- Sacred cows often d -flle Indian :t

At .;.c. coinmeucenient exerci tpmlItLut: wore yet I I- a body /T. ( A, t' 1\ ,. '\ (C"7

-"- of t' .. *>-Ajfrieultunl C".l-!.lltt'r th at'- puluted iiy contipatioii.Don't i $'tlllllllll'r I Ie
... permit if. Cieaoe yourv-- FRIEDMAN & OO'SOne
: it L CityVineJ, Mr. Meyer Shoe Co tem with Dr. Kind's: Nw Life 1'iH- !

Blnut Ii i -I!j\' .rd a tnatrniticF-iit' .!I.d avoi I untold 1I1i.HTlw\' .

.' !r.-,. wiaJi viptivitnj hi. audi- :lIve lively liver*, at.tibnw..I"; t
',-. and reportfrom here -ty it F(-", urni-li'Tt I >r la-li Onlj :iod die-'tjuli. fine aj;'p.titf. Only NICK'Si !
ti:* litif-t .1 idr -.-. ever hard atRATKBONE i'-. cfntat W. A. D'Alftubertt-: 1 -
<.II u. -t"ftI:'! :<. PaKif'-x.
I: ILZ-tltUtj. ;
Lot Ribbons all colors. at
5c yard "':)
102 8. South Palafox. ..

SISTERS. II \YonV\\ ant :Furiiitur.go: : One Lot Ribbons, worth 25. 30, 35c at lOc yard eg
:'ILI"III; T. tI11l.! :N.,. 4. l Uithboni t EKUI1UI
3 h.t.l I tr.-Iv i One Lot Ribbons worth 40 50 60c at I5c
-I--M a ttt< :ilwj nitetii' -- yard J
.C yttT'i ut.ruon, at winch SUMMER SOHOOL .'
S' VPlnnPV\ buying :)
in Kini full arr.uifMii-MiM wrp d<- -
l U\ U illUiltJj :
ciJ> d upon for tlic picnic 1 uud iniili your furniture I : fA Pieces Figured Brilluntin1*. suitable ( **
I :;lit Imp WeUu'"i'liy, Jtia, Hh.Trains FOR TEACHERS at oil!arslon Quina's /| | for :Miinmer !>kirt*, worth ill and %);, /)f\ :.- .

l lave I p. in. S p. m. forth Great DAILY MENUS -U to-oat .... ... .. ..... .. .. ... .. .. .. 1.UU \'ar'l R.
lilutt. Commute* niwtiu,; lacdy -- -- Emporium. -
iftenirt' I p. m.
MH- C. A. liitAu NKK, Be6inniu July 11, and cnlltinuwg -- -- Compri-e all the Up-to- 1111 Pieces Figured Brilliautinfs, unable Q-
MKII.. B. M-EM-KK, M. K. C.M. Date Dihes the Market / II for hummer Skirts, worth fio and Toe, j
R. C. for a term of six weeks: should! the CARLOAD OF FINE of the World -it, to go at... . .. ... .. .... .... Dar ;I?
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ttfndauce ju-tify it, a ?ur.mer nci- Atlord.Ladies' *
See Show Window.
mal school for teachers: will b*. .
: Cral"- uh i \to \\l&ne Urpa t, -
albwed Ecatnbia county, the cue Thirty-pound average. Must be YOURS ANXIOUS TO
A family figured cirefully on the PLEASE ::
co"tof food, taking into conideratton for white teachers being tau2l in sold quick. Private ?

.' the -tr Mi:, tli and health that public school buildinz No. Land the JACOBY GROCERY CO. .
Urap-Nut;; fill nl4hed. The upon :: Dining Parlor.- L.FRIEDMAN&CO'S :
<:till '. one for colored teacher- *.cl.ool
i 14 IntHP This weather makes the
"We l\TH took up Or-tpq-NuU: be- building No. :31. '
cau-e it agreeditli 11." so well. I grasv grow. You can buy RACKET STORE. @ J-
KutTeriii-T from dY"Iep.ithat Teacher: both old and new certifi-
wa. keen cutting Lawn Mowers Regular Dinner Daily.Short .
medicine did not relmva. I frtqtieutIv -
cate recipient, will be expected to .
and Grass Sheais
; : at the id-j wlieu "uuie of
ihy friends told of the u e of Orape- attend this school and enjoy all the Willis Hardware (Jo'. 'WAWWP
Nuts howevtr,00e dty Wif boughta Ordrrs I'rnnipily
; benefits to be derived therefrom. -- -- -
package and we found It good and ICE-COLD WATERMELONS: Filleil Night or Day.K .
it agreed with III.'. ttate Superintendent heats has
We were accustouied to using informed -- -
County Superintendent
There's Consolation in Knowing'
white bread and oats, wheat or barley I It's
Cook that the instructor will COWS FOR SALE ISomething Goo to Eat
mushes boiled from two to four I you wish you'll flnHit at
hours. Wt considered U rape Nuts that you can get your Carna.
Prof. H. P. Baya, of the! DeFuniak OR EXCHANCE .
too expensive but I noticed that Nick Apostle's paired in a thoroughly efficie;
when I had a breakfa-it of Urape- :: State Normal School principal; / I 'I durable "
manner at J. M. Hilli.
:Nut. I felt fine and other days when ,, with Mis* Hiwena Lonmire of Eat FOR DRY CATTLECall Popular Restaurant. Co' Their
white bread and othpr cereals were i : ,. skill in renewu
weak aud bloated. Florida, and Prof. L. B. McRae of broken
ued I felt at 10S West Cnase street and I parts, painting and var
One day about six mouths ago I Jackson county, as assistant make choice. ing is too well known to need sj! ,
paid to wife, 'I am satisfied that your wrn ,.
5jlOt GEt W. TL-RTOX, mention, while their price ar"
Grart'- ut3 is the thing; that makesme It was extremely disappointing: to : ..
in between the blue markably moderate for the
feel better ;j'
Mr. Cook that one of the positionswas --- -- -
spells.' Then we sat down and figured taking care displayed in all :
a while on the coat of living', not given to a teacher of Escatn- work.
the conclusion that I I ''I I J. M. FOLKMAN ,
and came to we I' ,
bia, and he this morning addressed y
could live better and happier on fifteen
cents worth of Ompe-Nutsthaa !I a letter to Mr. Sheats !soliciting the i *;t/ Contractor for Decorating J. M. Hilliard & (:o.,

twenty-five cents worth of white COPYps. .
I I appointment of a well-known lady No. 30 East Garden St.MEUX'S .
bread or 'cooked at borne cereals. I Call Up Phone 313 or Drop a Posul Card. ,II

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Is'uts furnish more strength to work' 11 I All Work C. O. D. and Guaranteed.

un than large quantities of other ,I I j Corner Baylen and Government Streets. I.
food, so we started on Grape-NuU in I REGISTRATION BOOKS I rf7}
earnest using it every morning and a I | Oa Block West ot PostoOee Right on the Belt Line. I tcI
wonderful change has come over me.I [ I
Never am gaining haTe any iu of weight the old every bloated day. I i I T. W. LEWIS, I YffjtJ t

feelings. Feel strong and well and I I Notice is hereby given that the DEALER
can endure more hard work than I registration books in the four city Schcol of thnrtband, Typewriting and Literature. .
could on the old diet, and this resultis I' We have Sample Xow is the time to enter school and prepare for a lucrative posItion. ,
all without any doctor or drugs at'precincts. will be kept open until 8 ML\\ PAPER 'I from the LargestManufacturers vacation. Night and day sessions.!
all but directly from using! Grape-I o'clock tonight so as to enable those in
Nats." Name given by Postim Co., !I! who have to work till after 6 o'clock the United .States. ;

Battle Creek, Mich. i:' a dunce to register. Feather Scroll, iSo per roll. You never heard of any one using Laythedust. Youcanbi' i
for easy hot weather Foley'a Honey and Tar and be. I I
Recipes many not
;;.i dishes In each package of Grape- T. N. ADAMS, Dining Room Tapestry, f 1.50 per roll. inz satisfied. W. A. ,'! garden hose at the Will'I ;

:; \'uti!. Supervisor of Registration. i Call Up Phone No. 358. 121 8. Palafox street. D'Alemberte'j'I Hardware Co's.



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