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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 17, 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
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Pensacola is the seat of government for the westernmost city in the westernmost (Escambia) county of Florida. Since the colonial period, Pensacola has been an important naval port and economic center. By 1889, it was one of Florida’s four largest cities, with a population exceeding ten thousand. The Pensacola Daily News began publication in 1889. The editors pledged to "be Democratic, conservative but yet sufficiently aggressive to give weight to [the Daily News’] remarks." By March 1897, the Daily News had increased its circulation to 1,500. The Pensacola Journal, begun as a weekly, remained its main competitor. Among the bigger stories the Daily News covered was the 1891 dedication of the Confederate Monument in Lee Square and the outbreak of the Spanish-American War in 1898. Pensacola’s Gulf Coast port, like others in Florida, hosted forces bound for Cuba, among them Theodore Roosevelt. In the years that followed, Pensacola continued to expand. 1908 saw the completion of a new Spanish Renaissance City Hall. Around this time, the Daily News was followed by the Pensacola Evening News. The exact year of the transition is uncertain as the Pensacola Evening News continued the numbering of its predecessor. The earliest verified edition of the Pensacola Evening News dates from April 6, 1908. In 1910, when its population reached 23,000, Pensacola erected its first skyscraper--the ten-story American National Bank building, constructed the San Carlos Hotel, and raised a wooden bridge across Bayou Texar. By 1912, Pensacola had twenty-one miles of paved streets. The first modern hospital opened in 1915, and by 1924 the city’s fire department was entirely motorized. In that same year, the Pensacola Evening News merged its operations with the Pensacola Journal then under the leadership of John H. Perry. For the next six decades, the two papers continued to report the city’s news, the Journal in the morning and the News in the evening.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1889.
General Note:
Description based on: Mar. 5, 1889.
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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PUREST AND BEST MILK IN THE CITY. I Inhabitants Thrown Into a Freight Train Caught In the JUST HEAD THE ANALYSIS OF THE

State of Panic Hoed and Wrecked. LONG-TESTED


Situation In South American Republic A natural prescription containing the chief elements ot which your t
411. Running at Rapid Speed Locomotiveand body is composed, and which by circulating through the blood replenishes '

I Indicates That a Crisis Is Near. Twelve Cars Take Mad Leap wasted tissue, invigorates weakened members, and gives: a Newness of ..j
I Life to Fvery Part of the Entire Kody. When applied to Stomach Disorders "
Government Troops Finally Repulsed Into Ditch, Burying the Trainmen Liver Complaint, Bladder Troubles, Kidney Pressure, Harris d

ILLNESS OF THE METHODIST I II Revolutionists. Undjr the Ruins. Lithia Water acts like a specific. !. 4
It U Nature's Own and Grandest Remedy, which assertion thousands of '

Willemstad. Island of Curacoa, June testimonials undeniably confirm, and place it upon a stand where neither
Barre :
Vt., June 1C.-In addition oproperty
REVIVAL j! 9. Advices pharmacist nor physician fail to recognize its medicinal properties and
MEETINGS received
KING EDWARD I I announce damage caused by a cloudburst prescribe it in hundreds of cases daily. .i'i't:

-- that Venezuelan i'evolutionists over this section late last night Our Pamphlet* Fully Describe the Water and they may' be had NOW I!i

attacked LaGuira, the port of Caracas five railroad men lost: their lives by a by merely asking.

The revival services at the Pala- Saturday, June 7. The govern freight train on the Central Vermont Har-ls Lithia Water Carbonated makes", an unexcelled water for the =

-1 ..I'i rag Newt.urt'in. fox Street Methodist church ment forces answered by shelling Maiquetia. railroad! running into a washout at I j table ami general drinking. The Ginger Ale we make is naturally superior 'jj|
are not a suburb of LaGuira from the iddlebPX The Wineski river rose to beinsr prepared: from our famous pure water, and leaves a taste in the ;:,
; June 17.-All England is ''attended by large mouth to be remembered.
very congregations forts ashore and from the Venezuelan spring freshet heights and several
armed over the illness of King Ed- but those that do attend are warship Miiauda.: Only peaceful worn. bridges were wasbed away. MAUItlS I.ITIII.SPHIXGS CO., "

w.tni notwithstanding semi-otllcial greatly interested. Last night the en were killed The dead Include the conductor engineer '
All the commercial: houses at La- and firemen and the front brake. I Harris Springs, 8. C.
-ap ru that he is not seriously ill. It spiritual presence was uplifting; the
Ouira were tlos-M the day of the bombardment man. The train consisted of a locomotive : i CALL ON OR TELEPHONEM. I !
(. rumored that he i U threatened (I I spirit of conviction rested on many. and the inhabitants werepanll' and 12 cars. Passing through I:
... W. MARSHALL Pensacola, FU.
wh) pneumonia and the announcement Quite a number came forward for stricken. Middlesex, it was running at a fair ,

that he will not attend the and Eventually the revolutionists who rate of speed when it struck a ditch -
prayer two applicants were received -
numbered about 400 men. mere repulse washed out by a torrent of water. The I
\\f A-tc >t races today has further added into membership, making ten ed. They destroyed the bridge At locomotive leaped into the ditch and COFFMAN RELEIF FOR 1"I 1"-t

t< the uneasiness. additions to date. Bouiuerron on the Caracas (English) the freight cars piled up on top of it.

T allay this uneasiness, it was This morning a small congregation railroad and stopped all traffic for 12 The trainmen were burled under the ALEXANDER CITY
hours. They also cut the French cable ruins. IS CLEARED ,
tai: ally announced this afternoonai heard a sermon of unusual and the telegraph wires. The cloudburst caused a great deal !

the King is better; that heiied clearness and strength from Dr. 8. The people of Caracas were thrown of other damage. The railroad bridgeat Special: to The New

a good night and that the Weeks. There will be services tonight into a state of alarm and every one Bolton was destroyed and a sawmill,
Hpeclal to The News.Birmingham Alexander City, Ala.. June
at 6 o'clock by the pastor. began buying provisions, apprehend together with the house adjoining, was 18.Ev,1,,1,1ry
!r>'" ""f hi. recovery uninter- train arriving in ) i_
Tomorrow Rev. Linn R. Walker ing a siege. demolished 'n the town of Middlesex. Ala June 16.-R. IX
is bringing car loads of tt
i will preach at 10 o'clock a, m. and The situation in Venezuela as these One hundred thousand feet, of logs! Coffman the justice of the peace who the fire stricken! people and In a few
advices were dispatched indicated thata carrM shot and killed Rev. J. W. Bradfordat
Rev. J. B. Camming at 8 p. m. It is were away. days there will be no further dangei
crisis Brookside.: this
was near.A county was acquitted
sincerely hoped they will be greeted ,, of a famine.
TO GIVE AMNESTYTO Dutch warship and the Germancruiser Saturday.The .
by large congregations I The business men of the city, manyof
I Falke leave Curacoa today for FOUND trial began: June 2 and the easewent
I I whom lost all their
FILIPINOS MR. P. H. WHALEY will conduct :i LaGulra DEADIN to the jury Friday evening! Saturday I they will rebuild the town and will b*
classes in Latin. Greek and I I morning word was sent to Judgi .u
A CAVE gin the work as soon as the hungry .
Mathematics during the months of I Greene that the jury was ready to re I 'j "
and are made comfortable.
July and Au;u:t. The number of i GENERAL SANTOS port, and court convened at 9 o'clockA t
I -- The total loss is with
$281.425. $105 i
:Specm: to Tn N. wR'ashington *. students will be limited. For further few moments later the jury broughtin

June 17.-President information address P. H. WhalE'Y'1 i TALKS OF WAR HP"Ollil to The News the verdict of not guilty.It 780 Insurance Many of the houatl
were owned by widows and ol
Pensacola FU. some
: 17jlw I I El Paso Tex. June 16.-L. G. will be recalled that the Rev. Mr. i 1
Roosevelt I I'Ii. II t them had no insurance whatever.
; and secretary Hoot have ------ -- i
i I -- Wright, of .4-a Francisco who ha* Bradford made certain statement I

.' j considering for sometlmejthe( Prince Henry God Father by Proxy, Special toThe News. just returned from Lower Chihuahua I from his pulpit regarding Mr. Corf II ILLINOIS DEMOCI RATS. ,

of New York. June 16.-Prince henry i 1 I, New' York, June 17.-Gen. Gabriel Mexico where he has been inspectinga : :, man. This was last winter immo- ., ',
ability granting amnesty tot of Prussia has made glad the h.arU'' Santos head of the Liberal party of number of mints for investors, re- I diately after his return to the pastorate I II

Filipinos formerly engaged in inAction of Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Blume ol I Colombia and leader of the Liberal lates the story of a curious find in a i j at Brookside. I i State Convention at Springfield Prom. j :
ises to Be Conservative One.Springfield. 1 I II
and there is a strong pos- Newark, by consenting to aot as god I army now engaged in trying to overthrow cave in the Montezuma district. I j During the evening Mr. toffman!' call I
Ill, June 16.-The Democratic i
father by proxy of their twins who : the Conservative party, which "A care has been found" laid ed at the house of Rev. Mr. Bradfordfor i
ity that an amnesty proclama- state convention to be held t..
were born the day Emperor William'J :: is in possession of the government, Is Wright "which was evidently one the the purpose of discussing the mat I
nay be issued as early as JulyT yacht was launched Mrs. BIum4'I I' in this city. The exact nature of the dwelling place of an American, whose ter with him. It is claimed that ho ., morrow promises to be one of the most

wrote to the' prince saying that bha'I 1! general's business here has not beenI remains were discovered lying on a words ensued between the two. followed conservative conventions held In this I

; T matter: was discussed wheu would' like to name the boy twiiji i I i definitely learned, but it is believed he rough pallet! The body was badly da- I by the shooting of Mr. Brad state In already recent on years.the ground Among the there delegates W. v 1 j 1

William and Henry, and asking if hewould came north to confer with his chief of composed and furnished no clew for i I
I ;at' Taft was in Washington, butT I ford.At a strong disposition to steer wide ol
stand as sponsor. She has just stall Gen. Foclon Soto. on the progress Identification. It was evident that the the trial which has just ended,

wt" decided to wait until sucha heard from the German consul at thh i i of the revolution in the Panama man had been: living there by himself | Mr. Co A m an claimed that the weapon l sensationalism. It Is practically certain ,
: that there will be nothing la the
T the j jude had returned toi city that Prince Henry has consented province and in the Casamere terri and had taken sick and died There j with which the minister was shot was
't platform favoring either W. J. Bryan
and expressed the hope that the twins tory. were a number of rooking utensils and the property of Mr. Bradford. lie II' I
\I before i the free silver. Among the '
;Ji inning or men
amnesty !! op ,
day do honor to their of dared that he acted in
may some names. Speaking events in Colombia, he some rude furniture. The entrance to only self
:amation. Judge Taft being de The prince also sent a check\ for o said: the cave was covered with brush\ as if defense. I posed to declarations on these points ;
are some men who have been In the
,i in Come: longer than was con- good sum for each boy. I I "If our troops can conquer in tin to hide It.
II past enthusiastic! partisans of Bryan.
I isthmus of Panama we shall be abla "Nothing was found to identify the
,.tHi. the question declaring The convention will declare hotly
Statement of Tax Commissioners.Montgomery. I j to make much better progress againstthe dead man except newspaper clippings BRIDE DIES IN *
I against "government by injunction, J
-tv fore he reaches Manila
; : > Ala. June 16.-3tat conservative forces. We hays giving an account of the murder of a
I and it is expected that the platform
: ,',.: :" been taken up by the Tax Commissioner HOTto E. Jonui I many armed men in the Casamere and young woman by her husband\ that he !
I CONVULSIONS will contain a ringing provision to that
",-:rttI' ,:.. has issued: a statement of the rev,. San Martin territories In the Magda might marry another woman. The husband I
nuts arising' from the work of thli I lena ptounces If we had Panama we was suspected of the crime and effect. 'J
: i- I h"I\.J! the benevolent 31TODAY'S
I I I II now department of the state government I would be able to raise sufficient funds fled. The inference was that the

, w :ithe government has durlug the last fiscal: year. II i to end the war in our favor. At present bones were those of the murderer, who Special: to The News. MARKET REPORT I'UY

I -,,Jiiould i be carried: out' shows a total to the Mate and counties we need warships in the AtlanticIn had hidden in the cave in that remote Abbev lle. Ala. June 1C-Mrs. Waiter .

of 15687369. Property which escaped order to take Cartagena and Bar part of Mexico. Two sacks of gold U Norman died in convulsions! at'' I'ENSACOnASTOCKE\CHANGFI 1
: :: and a* early as possible.
the assessors and collectors $vat ranquilla. Now we can get arms and nuggets of considerable value were this plate and her husband is now IE Fast Government Street I IHTOCK

found to the amount of owr f S.QOMOO. ammunition only throu Venezuela: found in the cave near the man." I jail charged with her murder.

while the raises:; in valuations made b11 and through the Orinoco river, Physicians in attendance upon Mrs .
the county tax commissioners II "\\'> are suffering from some of the Norman are of the opinion that her
aggrg,1 I Open. High Low. Clo
gated over 5000000. recent victories of our opponents but HAS TIED 536 I death was caused by strychnine. 11 Sugar...127', 127'4 126 127'

AGREE ON RECIPROCITY censes were found of over $:;0.000. their successes are only temporary and was upon their statements that the arrest Atch-... S2'jf 82t' 81738't 817.,

in no way disheartening to us. We of Norman was based. U. t B .... 3H3,' :39: 3S7i

All Prefer State Primary. are called rebels when we are real patriots NUPTIAL KNOTSSpecial Norman says his wife's death resulted III ......IQ: 153'4; lit: 153 i

Montgomery Ala. June 16.-Governor who are fighting to obtain our' from her imprudence in eating after L. AN..137', 1i71: 137 137
\ The News
Jelks. State Auditor Thomas I. M.O.P .105?! 10714- 10o4'ISP WW173V
share in the government and the initiation taking calomel.
vv .'. June 17.-The rerub- Man 13o3.131tq : 131
mgtou Sowell and Commissioner of Agriculture ,, I to The News Norman and his wife 1
of reforms which would make our were of the r'+t. Paul.li3)= 1731,' 172J
members of the senate com- U. R. Poole have all given out country progressive." I most prominent families of Abbeville. Penn ...l ii'4 150 1. 1x138; l5o3'u

., .>n Cuban relations today interviews to the press in which they .- Johnstown, Pa.. June 16.-Miss Susan They had been married two weeks and 8. P.. .. 6'P 60 4'4' 61s' a,u
declare for a state Democratic primaryfor L. Baer and Nephi E. Cole, both of i j two days.! U. P..1O.)12 10564'g'tt IO'P. 106':

agreed upon the acceptance the nomination of a state ticket PLAN TO this city were married by Alderman | T. C. I.. .4', 64s 6-11"
Hpooner bill providing reci- The language used,by all is very similar Patrick Graham at his residence i:1' Two Men Killed at Ensley.

ity with Cuba, and decided to and each declares he personally LOCATE COLONY Franklin street south side. For seven d Birmingham Ala., June 18.Two NEW YORK COTTON. :

prefers a primary but will cheerfully years the bride has made her home I men were killed at the Ensley steel Open. Hish. Low. Close, I'
',at a conference of republican! -- July .. .be,) H<52 '
I with Alderman and Mrs. Graham and KW 850
abide the action of the committee I plant within 48 hours. W. T. Martin i

i>'rs be clUed for tomorrow night should it order a convention. special to the :News she and her husband will live there fell on the track of one of the smallengines Sept August..b10.;. ...b! n 80479i KH 793 820 fci> t
NE'York.. June 16.-Flenry C for a time. With this wedding Alder 793
used in the mill
-ider its terms.SAILOR Saturday Oct....790 ) 7sl 72
Death of Hon. W L. Coe Young. I White the last negro to sit in con man Graham's record during the 17 night and was so badly crushed that u

Binghampton. N f.. June 18.-Hon. gress. a member from North Carolina years he has been an alderman and he died this morning. A. W. Cochran CHICAGO-WHEAT.

BROKE W. L. Coe Young, a former state assemblyman 1 in both the fifty,fifth and fifty.sixth Justice of the peace in this city reaches ft as placing in a heat last night when Open. High Low. Close a t

and state department com. i congresses, is reported to be at tha 536 couples-more matrimonial barks his scaffold fell and he was thrown to July.... 72 7,1.4: 72 72U e

HIS LEG TO-DAY I mander of the Grand Army of the R., I head of a syndicate which has pur- than have been launched by any other the ground. Some pieces of steel felon Sept .... 70?, 71LJ 70J 707CO i

i public died at his home in this city chased from Senator Robert E. Hand official of the city. All the marriages, his head, killing him instantly! UN.

! -- i yesterday afternoon, aged 59 years. Mr. 957 V2 acm of land near Burlelgh, N. too, have taken place either at his office Open Hi?h. Low. Close. i

i Young personally captured two con. J.. near Cape May. It is intended to or his residence. Relief for Fire Victims July.... 64a 67'f 64>g' s73},'
\ sailor of the British ship I federate battle flags, and one of Uem I establish\ a colony of negroes from Birmingham, Ala., June 16.-A carload Hept.... 68% 59 68'4 69

I 1\ ,, County had his leg broken he returned to the Georgia reglmtut North Carolina The name of the town Quality is what makes price. If of provision, clothing and< other l

and that ship this morning. from which he captured it when math ii to be Whiteboro. Burnett's Vanilla Extract was no better necessaries was attached to the pas. NATAL 8TOKK8 MAKKKI. I

J Ins a speech at that regiment's reunion Already several avenues have been than other extracts its price wouldbe senger train of the Central of Georgia Dau--;;;; L
was brought ashore at noon for the Alexander Glt7 eufferera Reported The News '
:5: years after the battle. laid out. Each colonist! is to buy a the same. Once tried, always: railway by ;
taken to St. Anthony's hospital house on the Installment plan and is used. at 4 p. a. Satutfftf.! MOn y la Union Naval Store Co. ''r

,e ambulance. For Executive Committ eman. to have ten years in which to pay for also being subscribed liberally and will lost_. J !

I hereby announce myself as a it. It is to be an agricultural colonyon THE PENSACOLA CONCERT be forwarded by mall Too Comae;* WG WW _..____.. ._.'_.13 I 6S c a H____11 1 8. t

Whooping Cough. candidate for member of the County the same plan u the Jewish colonyat BAND WILL GIVE A DANCE AT cl&l Club wafflrst to alga (n the &tt __ __ .) F _'__ to)
Executive Committee from Precinct M ____ r ei E._._._
3sureS l xi 1
My little son had an attack of Thirteen and solicit the support of Woodbine, founded by the Baron de MAGNOLIA BLUFF TUESDAY ter, and this fact a large eoatribution. It ___ 2 1\11 D -= l25 =.
w.+ .oopmg cough and was threaten- Democratic voters at the coming Hirsch fund trustees. NIGHT. TICKETS AND TRAINS L arrowsTusrsasras-w- r 00 h Z'beiow 1. 1 ::0

with pneumonia; but for Cham- primary.. JAMES L. SWEENEY.The Filthy Temples In India. SAME AS FOR THURSDAY i
Cough Remedy we would Sacred often defile Indian is the latest ,lI
cows !
ave a serious time of it. It also NIGHT CONCERTS. THE GARFIELD ICE CO'S. f
finest line of sterling silver but is a L I forma See L.
.ived him from' several attacks of temples, worse yet body a Bear & Co'sadvertisement
and silver novelties is tol] be jr
that pointed by constipation.Don't
roup.-H. J. BTRICKFADEX, editor found J. I. Prices f \T is the latest? / wish the best in
at Stephens' to / another column.
,I' permit it. Cleanse your system you very
'd-Ucrald, Fair Haven, Wash. I I 9 i NftPlflfl Bee L. Bear & Co'sadvertisement
>rsale by all druggists and mediie please all. with Dr. King's New Life Pills La 11 Ul Ilia in ice cream freezer at the very
and avoid untold misery. They another column. Crab nets and
: dealer fishing
Do you want a magnificent watch give lively livers, active bowels lowest price, the Willis ,

ICE-COLD WATERMELONS AT for little money? If so, call on good digestion fine appetite. Only ICE-COLD WATERMELONS AT Hardware Co. can please tackle to suit everybody, at
Stephens, the Jeweler. He will accommodate 25 cents at W. A. D'Alembertes' I
HE GARFIELD ICE CO'S. you. drag store, 121 S. Palafox. THE GARFIELD ICE CO'H. you. he Willis Hardware CO'I0' ,

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........ I CRASH Under Late M. Sipliguine 60,000 Rua. !

iiet: Ibe GOLD DUST: tau> do josr crL" COM any Fcund Guilty of Fraudulent I |
Were (
Use cf the Mails. I Goes the crock erv and the waitress will f sians Expelled. ONLY SERVE AS A MASK FOR

Charlctte. X. C., Jute 16.-Tte celeilr pro'>ably be called clumsy and careless.: i I St Petersburg June 16.-An enumeration CONTAGIOUS BLOOD POISON

j Her plea of sudden dizziness is not I[ of the persons, including
yrr :.teri Amos Owen cherry tree swindle hide its form and this disease
allowed "What i They repulsive serpent ,
case, which has been on trial u norkitg people expelled from various !! lies dormant until
right has she to be I I stupefied by these drugs, the effects

I ':it f( :Hal court here, has been giver. dizzy?" they ask cities during the last two and a half j have worn off or treatment is discontinued; when it 1 ,

s tfc., jury and a verdict of guilty re1J I, Women who are ; I years of the administration of the late breaks down the mask and becomes as full of life and venom as et

eto 1= I :.-' The specific charge was frau.1- : suffering from! diseases i M. Siplaguice. the minister of the Interior I Mercury and Potash may dry up the sores and eruptions but at the U'i'

usj: t tUct use of the mails. feminine peculiarly are liableto who was assassinated: April 15. time they drive the poison back into the blood and iystem, where it fees

I drawn up by the instructions of M. Von the tender tissues membranes and nerves, finally breaking cut
T Frank Bnitht of Edenboro; Rev.T. sudden diwine=s 'I I II upon 12

Height, of Svi\a. and C. D. Wilki" and faintnes, and \ Plehwe. who succeeded M. Sipiaeuiue most disgusting sores and even destroying the flesh and bones.

:re the -!"fend8nt+. The business ol it is only by curing y I|I show the enormous total of CO.uOO. j Mercury and Potash cannot accomplish a radical and permanent i :,.

ne i.j.iany was successfully in coa1i I I the wcniaaly iia- .J.I M. Von Plebwe has decided to clean They have a palliative but not curative effect upon this treacherous snaAe.

lip Scat. B ru. Soda er Arr'ria :j weiei: : was: :' <)! trie above parties in the ordfr !] eases to which they 41-, this slats a* far as possible and permit I like disease. These drugs produce mercurial Rheumatism destroy .

,'f L._.t.C It i? estimated that each par i dizziness are subject and that other / the exiled people to return as he does teeth and corrode the membranes of the stomach and bowels causing i infi

I not desire to inherit the hatred inspired mation and dyspepsia nervousness and general derangement of the .
BOLD DUST .> :,.wie irtm JC.Ouu to U&,("!'; dear t ills! can be entirely I systi
'II S. S. S. is for Contagious Blood Poison and the anti '. ,
nuiu.v. Some 2.3K people mostly: relieved. / by M. Sipiaguine. It is said a Specific only

With hUe: wa' aril e"ort eu cep teaII< w.-:. rt tti. K-ction. were the vl:-- Dr. Pierce's Fa- ,a n' 1te? that Plehwe I is inclined to adopt milder ; for the peculiar virus that spreads so quickly throughout the svste.:.

tlIf'.c 6out:tr.e nor.e rer. e C-.cer'll :;a.aui'': the obligations of the com
ot-ler c ar.ser.
wan soap: or vw I
makes weak I S. S, S. destroys the serpent, and elimiru' .
&!>ti luy a.tyTHE. estimated at 147.0'JO. tionlsts, under the leadership of Count
palsy women strong and I I atom of poison from the blood, it maki
ghermetleff every
still ,
are Influential with '
IWecr.Y! N. K. FAIRBANK CCYPANY.CE i They began business by offering em-1 I sick women well. thorough and radical cure of the disease and at .' ,
.rain. N" YoriC. Bcs:an. St. .Ic-u ph vnjnt ('r'lsting! of letter writing It cures irregularity : ''l the czar. I ,
builds the health.
same time up general S"
Mw's CVAL FAIRY SCAP. month all: first dries disagree-.
o it ;l p r to persons r. I .
,, contains minerals of kind but is
able weakening & no any a i \
e": tg receiving sixty
--- ------ drains,heals inflammation I vegetable remedy and we offer $i,000 for proof to the contrary. _
()\vr I'", ry trfes to be sold and ulceration, and cures female Write us about your case and our physicians will cheerfully ,. :- r

BODY HURLED FROM CASKET. ( T"la" v'ffs. H. A. Justice and M weakness. When these conditions are Was For Many Years Editor New York I II j I without charge.; Our home treatment book will be sent free to a.. 0\.1)

'lc8!':.:; -r ronjicsing: the firm of M'% cured, backache, headache, dizziness, I Evening Post i,I desire it. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, Atlanta, Ea.

While Descending Steep Hill Funeral Hiav, r f: j .*tif.e, of Linrolnton. X. C.. ttc., are also cured. I New York. June 16.JamEs Edger- I

Car Breaks. are ..' ic.olvtd by the true bill rttnn.ed -I mffcrcU for twelve years with female ,, ton Learned author and newspaper I II -
trouble writes Mr stilton Gnruca, of Adair A Botinut Man's 5rrT SCHOOL SUPPLIES
1 ;Newport. Tenn., June 10.-Yesterday by the grand jury on account Adur Co. low. "which brought on other diiF writer and managing editor of The I
The successful raercb : nowadays -
while bringing the body of the small ,,, of having rr, f\ed a $1.f.!{)0 fee from eavheart trouble Bright: s di At
times would be nearly paralyz) <:d. Had neura i knows how to turn even misfortune Thomptlon's 11 Soulb
( ton of Hunley LaKue from Parrotts i i one cl tie defendants.Jam .gu of ttoraach. I can freely KSV, your medl- i dead at his home in this city. He was I'aUfox.
into advertising.! A teaW of coach
one.. (nine bottles in all five, of Favorite, Pre. 64 old and born
I was New
h" years at
idle where Lad died: while visitltc; .
Besides the standard lii.etionery '
scnptiou four of Uoltien Medical I.corerv'and Lursru dashed! into an Immense plate -
tie relamet. Undertaker J. H. Walker *. Settled It. 1..0.a! of l)r Pierce's Pellets l. have cured I London, CO'ln.I we have in tints. w "
of furniture
window in front
glass a big
Two toys in a rural Scotch district B.t I can work with comfort now, but beforeI Mr. learned
euffered a jjacul! and peculiar: acci came to this city in v lopes to match :
would he tred all the time and hive a dizzy store in New fork city and made
dent. wvre one day di cii'-ing what sign,! it hraiache. and mv nerve would be all unstrung I the early sixties and went into the In Royal Crystal Bond.
was when the cuckoo is heard for the so iwil.l ootI..ep :Now I can sleep! and do ablJ cork business. Later a general Finashnp of everything Hurd'sHolland Bond.
He had utaitcd' down a long hill. he began newspaper
day .
[ sonn-ll.ini I had not done forover slsht The proprietor' Instead of shut-
Srs-t time In the year. One of them e'.e,,eu years liefure"Faror.te work. In 1SS2 he Ladies'; Art Stationery.
s with the roffln containing th* body ic. Joined the ,
aM it was a sUn of petting tuarrie l. I ting up horJ'n temporarily sat Foreign Mail, Etc.
elde the hearse when some part of th- Prescription" makes weak staff; of The Evening Post and for a down and with a paint brush ..ldloQrat.1 I ArtllatHial.. Ofr
while! the other wid It was a sIn that sick '
women women well.
hearse ilidd broke and it strong Acceptno number of art critic
E l.Iy toppl..denr years was an on ed the fulluwlnj C'ti n bp! white board Memorandum BI'k-
ynu Wt re gain;: to be rid A farmer, suljstitute for the medicine which plies,
throwing the <'ak&-t out and "pi'l'l. i I that At the time he
paper. same
ou-rLfuriri_ them' sail "That cannot work* wonders for weak women. was and Installed:! It in the window where I j I All new and bright.
leg the remains, on for giound. Th. | musical 1 critic of The Tribune. For -
be trite, ln.-cau'-e' I !care heard It many Doctor I"ierce's Pleasant Pellets are a the plate! glass! was: "A coach team

undertaker was < aught under the tinuaaJ I am not Married yet, andI 1 the mo>t desirable laxative for delicate j number of years! he was managing edi smashed this! windt'You see even I Rubber hose, all >r.< ,II'

wreck and dragged to the bottom of am (..-.: talnly: not rich." wOIll n. i i' Jtor of The Evening Post. Since! 1802:! the bursas know where to find good i the Willis Hardware < '*,. ",

the hill by the horses that at on-e Ji..t then a peal worthy, known as Mr. Lf'arr.flHI had devoted himself LC furniture.: This is a pointer for \ou." _

ran. "Daft Jjui," was pa1--!!!.; by, aud the 1 general! literary! work. I You will have pride in v W

The fut"ral prixes-sion followingwas f.m.Hr tajj. "Jamie, can you tell ts If.cb... \allre. Trent Gnrlll.11 .... I On th first indication of kidney Bower gardens if they arl-

ompe'lt-d! to'i.w the horrible I what sign it is when you tear the :'\. .ms In the i .iiiitiii-s: ulKiiteil! hyjrt' snlad Plnnti. trouble, stop it by taking: Foley'! ownground. Your nu-bai. j .

eight without being able to fattish aid. cuckoo (.r ti Erst time?" "Yes. saM ap\ .-b rvpinl iL'iu always as liu I The salad plants", contain no apprt'cIt.1 Kidney Cure. W. A. D'Alemberte, :! a home, and he can do it \II' .
LIe amount of nutrient and are not 121 S. Palafox. he think
Vndertaker Walker was seriously: injured J.imi; :I" Li tiok his I p'pe! from his maw leiiii.of! !infirior tyjtfs and! it is 'though may ": "W.. .
i esteemed for this those I want .- .
reason by who I Every woman a I.
about th, head and body and i L; n.outlj. "it's a ei;;n you'ro not teat" fur Ihs! niii-m that f->r a Ions; time it I own and if she will have .
recognize; their value and deem their I t1 ; :is \II'
In a coalition.! VMS found Jmpo-sible! to tat; bold] of an i : .
very preanou< '
j cris-piie and cooling properties an in- Thus. Watson & Co..
iiiinfrorill.i skin because the j jionidtrnl j'O
Another casket and hearse s-nvages
: wrt- obtained I
Cure Eczema and Itching Humor it leli! .: ivu-h to I dipeuable part of the ideal! dinner. : ,G//Jtes, ;'leading: Real Estate A;,: -, ."
; tiitesyjr.v 'I'
and the fuieral
continued. Through the Bloo -Co.sts Nothing r-iit orT tin htllcllltl fet of tbe aniinn's I j The nature of their component parts This slgnatura en fnry tx.:1:,- can show her how easy u :ii i- : :

I to Try tt.B. when they! kill. ti tem ju>t asth'y I alum:; with the oil. acids and coudiineuts !- ,;i laxative Bromo=Quinlnc "* i i one.i ___ ____ _
MILLENNIUM NEAR AT HAND. I;. li. Botanic Blood Hahn ) i' d', with their rut'iuics. j'o>.sibly I I used to dress them makes them the rtuioJy flat curt a tuft ui one tlsy

uow recognize as certain and sure for the p'jriKi of rendt-rinK; tbemLarniUs must useful aids", _to. .the digestion. I - Bay a new garden hw
-- -
Prediction of Dr. MacArthur of Cavalry IBANNER
cure for Eczema Itching Skiu. Humors in they should j SA
Baptist Church Mew York. vas-e by any TEN YEARS IN BED. LV E. from the Willis Harrlu.rethe
Scabs Bli (hae tome to life: u'ain. I
tcaleVatfry -- ;
New York June 1C.-Dr. )MacArtlrir R. A. Gray J. P.. Oikville, Ind., most healing salve In Uv worlr Company.
tare, Pimple, Aching bane, or .. '
preaching: in the CaIrn witt"For ten I *
UaptUt Swept by Cyclone and Tidal Wavy years wa confined -
church. declares the ushering in of the Joints Boil l'arbuuclpPrlckllr g to my bed with di-ea-e" of the ;

millennium has already beea partly Pain Ja the skin. Old Eating Sore?. Bombay June 10.-A bad C'done'j''i, kidneys. 'It was so severe that I ;;> BOYS and GIRLS !! money fJo you dulling*16bomakl'in'a spare me!*. rt. .

accompanied by a tidal could not of the I' .o. do { ,
Ulcer Botanic Blood Balm move part time ] ? you can rtadlly .0. I "
etc. "
accomplished. He predicted federation IDC to
Blueme. ptr rut, l'oIDmn810n on all sales. An Inditpentable ari. '
Kurrafhe ulted
over principal the
swept con- bet medical
in the near future of all the na taken internally, cures the w or-t and '' very i houh..hc.lJ airs Mery lady itdvlighud when they see it. One sheet luaktt IL- -:
eeai art town of the province of Sindd kill available, but could get no relief 'Blue-nitrr you ever used in tbe "a-h. Write today, before your territory l_ :8)(. ,
tions on earth on the hasis of the Golden most deep--eated cas-es enriching.. i, l until FoleyV Kidney Cure was dome one, ..I-e. aud.' will tend by morn mall one drzen packages! of "Bluein,"

Rule! and with this country and purifying and vitalizing the blond Spring Fever. I recommended to m>. It ha* been a felon When ito you notdrlay.butwrile have sold them return at Ol'chll''I0' ut*Mf., retaining the balance. 40r", a. >.ur i. 0-

Great Britain at the dominant fa.', thereby giving a healthy blood up- i'ptinr fever i another for i God*rod to me." W. A. D'Alem- .\ '' GLENS 'I.I.'...\( 11'KING CO. IVpl. C 1H IJo O4. I'lul I'a
name i berte 121 South Palafox.
tors. ply to tie! pkia. Botanic Blood Balm ,
blli'HIneIt i imore serious than
is; the only cure, to stay cured, for --- -
"Thes are days fc*> said, "or RIfiantic mo=t people think A torpid liver '
there awful km trouble. }IIHWI.UY.The .
eutei priht s. of large:: mergers Other remedie-annoying iiiay relieve but 15. and inactive bowels mean a poisoned ': undersigned takesthis method' ROYAL STANDARD \VllISlta !\L\

a.a and of world s\ id.- undertakings. Many B. B. actually cures, heal every; 'ytem. If nesectedjeriom! !' illnes ;, of offering: her service as afirt '
great frusta doubt!e.-s are mpret'nary.but *ore, and gives the rich glow of may such symptom i -class licensed midwife, ha v. I

there may be a V-IfI! .c<>.' altruistic! : health tn the kin. if. R. 1:. builds up all DeWittV danger Little Early Jtj'-oril the remove '! ing i had 35 years experience. Years Old, in Cases of 4 Full Quarts at S3.20 per emTHIO
ctininlatinp liver r
and spiritual trust. There may be an the brokeu-down bfdand make- opening; the bowels and ;1 Can give best of references from
the blood red and nouri-hing.. Over cleatiMng i
leading of this
physicians city.
Imperialism of love which one day may the ;:ystemof! impurities. [Hafe pilU. :; WHISKiYi-dMilledatthe: ,' ,
NeN. <
:ii'OO voluntary tetmnni U of
) << cure- MRS. )!. OIDDEXP .
dominate the world God is raising uji by Botanic Blood Balm ( B. B. B.Drarrti > Never ripe. "I have taken De- : jltf 114 South PeVilliers rtt. ., Distillery, and i; fully matured in w ,

a love trust to unVt the 'self tru'u''Which -t-. f 1. Trial treatment free Wilt'Little Early lli-er for torpid before bottling. it b absolutely pure and nut -x, .
liver every spring for years!! ," writes celled i'l quality by of the .
are menacing civilization. sail prepaid by writing Blood Balm C'llIJW NOTH ""' any Whiskey same a.
-On the basis of the G<..ld<-n Rule! a Co., Atlanta. Ga. De-cribe trouble K. M!i. Kve'rly, lound'ii1e.. W.'a., --- .- no matter where produced. The Royal" :sftaudaHeight :
federation of the and free mrdical: advice given uiitil 1 "They do me more good than any Kit the captain owner years old when bottled, and, coii-ider.. c
\\ holworl.1
will ono cured. thing; have HH tried" Har is' < tSEITII; .... 01 the Mr u its excellent quality !is the cheapest whiskey :
flay be accaml) li.-h"r1.'p arc ap Pharmacy John Sheppard. Sidney s : ) 'a'-tlt will be ri. the market at that price. A; a and .
-- -- ------ beverage -
for d lt8
pOI'-lhl. contrHctl
rroa'hilJl&I1'h a federation! tn'ay.: Kah n. l,y the crew ot said vemt11itt an absolutely pure -timulant, there is none better

Foley's Honey and Tar >- H. l-io' r. ii! Khipped in ca-e# containing uo mark whaten r t<

c4.sTOTLX .A.4 r"n'acolaLumbrrCo.. I'hpinin. Lx indicate content. If purchaser, upon examinuv
A Real Friend"I .
folds pneumonia Consignee i'jIL
cures ,
prevents ban tt! Its K Tbl Hae Eases' B'I tr the whiskey i is not satisfied with the quality !'

suffered from dypep-i i t and i i- Ietatan can return the ume" at our expense:: and money

digestion for fifteen year," * r
T. Sturdevnntof Merry OakX.. C. An interesting! discovery has been All orders should be accompanied by either

"After I had tried doctors and made at the Inland of Capri In the TRY NEW DISCOVERYFOR near YEARSOLP currency po-toflice money order bank draft oresr

many shape of an underpruundault; In whir THE PENSACOLA CONCERT press money order. We refer to First National
medicines to no avail one of iny QRUA Bank or any merchant in Pensacola.
friend the Emperor Tilenus ii'-ed to confine BAND WILL HIVE A DANCE AT THAT COLD.
per-iuded me to try Kodol.It l.
the \irtims of his displeasure prior to
gave immediate relief. I can eat MAGNOLIA BLfKF TUESDAYNIGHT. :
almost I their being thrown into the "sea.' The S. A. FRIEDMAN
anything; want now and mv Cures ConsumptionCoughs
digestion igood.. I cheerfully walls are covered with inscriptionssome TICKETS AND TRAINS ,

recommend Ko.JoI.m't/ try to of which jro to show that amonjttmM :SAME AS FOR THURSDAY Colds: Bronchitis, Asthma,
cure stomach trouble by dieting. ? Immured subsequently! In the NIGHT CONCERTS.: PneumoniaJIayFever- 'u 1'EXSACOLA FLA.

That only further weaken; the y- prison!' wire the sister j and wife of the -

tern. You need wholesomestrengthening Emperor Commodits.Don't risy, LaGrippe, Hoarseness\ 1jIsic' !' O. BOX 418. TKLKI'ilOM: 179

food. Kodol f'nabl'o to We will launder :your spread*, foi Sore Throat and
15 cents each and make them ,
assimilate whit (1i loo)
yon eat by e-t. moisten food with the t "
your '
lug it without the stonneli'* aid. Idea of sating your tetth. It spoils! like uw Htar Laundry Whooping Cough.NO .:"l M. lei handle every cla s of Liquorold ,"

Har ii' bulk or bottle wholesale or retail !
I'hannacJunu -- ---- at priceare t.i\1
Sheppard: the teeth and you will soon lose them. CURE. NO PAY. way down.

Sidney Kaliu. *''. ,. A HlCHCSTER'S [NGlISIfENNYROYAl Pric 50c. and $I. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE.
Don't keep custards In the cellar 1 In

I'itlirrninn'i noU. sn O't'n'f'I'SE'l They are liable! to b(- I. 1"aAYI..U.lcl..1,"e Clbh 1..011./.ulna...<. : r.-.o 0 RT BARRANCAS! FLA,, May
"I understand tbat Miss! Speck f 4'lll'In."u. '" K.V: <.l.l.-H I ,
tome pclscnoua.! 011'. UtU ".".l ..ld OHi i OJ ...... ...of _\j, 'i.wealed propo-idN, in WICKE&CO.
caught" a duke while: fishing; In Hu t .y:-- 'I.,.'e' ."u,..n..."Y4.IILl1.ul.. Isle*.Ol..... R lull O.S. 'I triplicate will be received until II ;:jiu. l

rope Interesting to Asthma Sufferers. .lies $"; .1 |w_. II........ .r...t ,.. iff : m. June lW2.\! for con-trurticr.
"Yes but she doclarrs that she h'okfd p 'D4< YW h 1'.1'.1.'Tnt, '...1.1. plumbing and electric wiring! -tt Of-
Daniel Bante of (Ottervill Iowa "t.II.r fur I > <'
two priiK'es. and they got away Just "- r i' ! Mail.. I...'....>.i.r I t ai.b.itrheml.l: .. fitter
write* ; "I have had asthma for 4, ... .,.,...... (
.!' the wa i about to laud tl.-Tl'WII t -.d' 1'1111 \.. I" right. to reject or accept any <>r all ,

end Country. three or four year* and have tried proposals nr any part thereof. Information -

d bout all the conch and a thmiures sra' CURE YOURSELF furnt-hed I'll application.! No. 6 South Palafox: Ftr .t.
in the market and have Envelopes containing [>r< no"al-
releived -
(nation I'Bllrnt."I BiOforunnitnral! All KInds and Wag
Plaxbln >
treatment: from rhIcianin hltea/aa CCBE6 dierbarRrelatlammalona, -hould be marked "l'rl'pO"H': for Oi ; Fittings <-> ;hi- {ppt on Hand

we you pay jour loctor's bills!:!: L..ycbeck New V-irk and lthH' citle&, ears..,. irritation, vr Construction," addre" "ed W K.: "f'TVPi4fNna Jo' '
a.tannelm, tuacoDS memt and scud it by mail. but got very little benefitun. ewwlm. Yunhse. D'l and a.uiaa. COLE.; Q. M 'Jyiii4t\ 10j2t ,

"Sure. If I took him the money be til! I tried Foley'Hon4F and TMEEIA.SCnEYGICp, geatorpulwDuu..

7 might charge: me for anltbl'r'isit.."- Tar which gave me immedi- CIMCISAnO, $0i4 by Druggists, WEEKLY e1Cli };U1 Lt
tent iaphiawrarr. HVC: : .A.
Cincinnati Commercial Tribune relief V e
lie and I will/ never be # lj eiprtit, prepai4. Cut 1 tiaB. s ey
without it in my hc>ue. I *inc -rely "II' ocular OU, or 3 lotlU-i. U75. FOR STEAM DIVISIONPt3JSCOLA
rci>t on teuur.t
"pcominend it tn all." W. A. f)'A I i- KLKCTUICTLHMI.'A

r. Reid It in His Newspaper. "inbeite, 1:1S.: Palafox. All croditorseate d:-tnbutees' BlldBI SE1'ES-OR: TO AVERY : to. 'l! Ea I k
pT ona bating claims or ilfinAtd-
George Schaub.! a well known German Where the Sfan* IMrhrd. a.:ain citizen of New Lebanon Ohio. are r.ulr..d to prs-nt them to th.' under Trains leave fensiool for the Lite.
1'alet-Iluctor, don't you find that -IKn1 \tnln tan y..ltrs Rayon, Bug liayou. W rrlcjtOD, >any' lur
I* a cow-tent reader of tht l'i.">i master is growing Urribly thin! MAX L BKtK. lad .r'ort liarianCIU at HARDWARE.

VolLszcituiifi. He know that this Doctor Ni> harm in that friend. He .ltaw w 'l.dnlnl'lrator.I' 1IIO&m.arr.&t Leon Karrancai tlC...tID
---------- :'.") a.m.arrive! at Fart Karraccai laW a.t
} paper aims to advrti-e only the was jMtInz: too (at. Ile wlt.e! much 1:00 p.m. arrive at Fort Barraneai lUp t

11 best initaco.unnu.2lndwhen: he *aw bettor in health when he Is thinner. ) ATiON SUPPLIED: FOR I:$.) p. m. arrive at Fort Karrancat 4:1C p c Iron, Nail. Axe" !- hnvck I Haw M I l' d I <'r..luboat
r Valet \. UNITED :STATES: :15p.: m, arrive at Fort barrancn 7\()II t
(disappointedVery! MARINE Supplies. Cooking and Heatinl ,
Cbamberlain'sPatnBalniadvertietherelu d likely, only *SOup( .m. arrive at Fort Karrancai 8:f5 Z.I' .v -. prtint. lilt
for lame back, he did not I t-Lan't be able! to wear his clothes." COHP--Hpidfuartel U. S MirineCorp Trains 'eire Fort Barraneai Penncola Window Ola-s.!' Luna" Pistols :. h I' ."kle.
f Juarterui.ister'sOffice.
--- ->h at
hesitate: in buying a bottle nf it for ington n. C.: June U. liWJ. allll Tinware Uouyffirnisliin
WARNING. -Sealedpropoal Agate ana i (Joods.AOENH
iis wife, who for eight weekhad 7:15:\a.m. arrive at Pensacola (1:00 a. n :, .
If have -, in duplicate, will be received IIVU:< p m. arrive at Ptnltacul&Itil1 J.B I
suffered with the ma*t terrible p tin- yon kidney or hladlfr! arrive at Pensacola._ re '
at this ofliee until tOn p. m. p.D ( FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING
her back and could trouble and do not u-e" Foley'.. Kidney noon on .. C11IPANY'i3
in fat na relief.He June SI1U p m arrive at IVr.sacola. 6.45 p B
says "After U-IE.J the Pain! Cure yon will h:1"e only yon r| 21. liar and then be publicly r:0': 'p m arrive at Hensasola! __. ,..: II Revere Giant Stitched P.fltin, Northampton Emery

Balm for a few days my wife =aid tome elf to bhme for re"uha*"it posiI"t'ly opened for furnishing! rations a t "S:ti: p. m. arrive at Peillacola! .__ tK B r Wheel CI).. Liftin & Rand Powder Co., Johnson's Kif-

"I feel a'l though born mew.' : cure* all form of kidney and 1 Iona Island N. Y. ; Port-mouth. X. Otatllro"y.olyFAlut -onune., Iron King and Buck S!Mve* and Rang, Wm.
bladder dUe I{. ; Newport. R I. ; Brooklyn X. you WEEK DA Y8.PPluAcla Cc, & Co.'s Raw Hide '
and before u-ingthe entire contentof -e*. W. A. D'Alem- ups I..c. Leather, Masury s
Y : Philadelphia.: Pa. ; Washington to i Fort HarrancA and return 66P@naeoa <
berte,121 Made Railroad Colors.
> Pal ifnx ;
the bottle the unbearable pain D. C ; Norfolk, Va. ; Port P't'alC. to Navy arcS and retnrn._ uPenikcoU
had entirely vaui-hed and she coulda -- s. to Palmetto Bach and retart 15.9C5DAT .
her household ; Dry Torturaa. Fla and Pena- ICB Masonic Temple. Fensacola Fla.fBzpffi .
ain take up duties Foley's Honey and Tar cola.. Fla. Proposal blank and EDCD.
He i+ very thankful and hopes that tor when weather permit the! rncning e
children oth information
saefesure. Vo opiate T can be obtained couches.
all sufferinir likewise will hear of oren

ter wonderful recovery. Thi vale the upon commanding application to fflicer this office and to Leave 9am.Feaico Lv Fort IOam Birrtner. W. B. WRIGHT>> COfflPflflY
*, marine :
able liniment is for sale ball dnigUts ',-- The EI3piy Y Home IS thewell' barrack., at th* ab ve named ti- l1a. m. II mIp.m. ; ,
medicine dealers
and .
tiou*. 1'hi. ollice rt1ervthe rich I Ip.nip.m p.m \ w?

furnished home to -ject any or all bids and t n I p. m D.a: \, !1$1\ MANUFACTURERS AND TJEALEBS IN
Marston! waive informalities. Acceptance f 4 p. n p m. "l- -- -L

i ij' Quina can bid to be subject to .. ( p.m. ep,m
supply yoieita i( n ce-sarv ap ip. m. Tp.mPABIro rLUMBER LATHS

/ranrt/ all needed in the u'ayof propriation oy Con lrtl *. Bid'frofn rSBAT I I I ,
reiruUr dealers
only will hI
t 1'811.aoola Barranclu lIta"7
TtU rlfnatnre!. en every box cf the aenunLaxative e house furnishings at the -ld"rl F L DF/XXY. v I ,Cnr.-', r- l arcS ant tttnrn.--___.__ ftfocikooit g L SA WED CIPEEES SHIHBlES-HMliel EtRPENSACOLA.
BromoQuinineT biet. to Palmetto Ketch aa4 .
rrrrt '. l', S. .1rll1. ( '
west .
prices cash or credit pa. .tDf: ,.__ I. I
ti. tie remedy that r.LftS. cold la ODe dj. 1 _
r ; 1lJoaw'w No freight received alter I:1S.B. ; FLA.

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ILLNESS OF EDWARD I Following the Flowers ; f! a!

ALARMS ENGLAND II ft title always associated with the name of the author of that column in the Ladies' f I
Home Eben
the World Journal }?. is;!l
Famous Over-Fully Matured.SOLD I Rexford, the Shiocton, Wis., poet and story writer. One always thinks of a nature lover like Mr. Rexford as the I

EVER.TWHr.R.E. II I poaaessor of bounding health and superabundant vitality, so it rounds odd to hear that he was a confirmed h'

Ills Majesty Has a Severe dyspeptic);? not so very long ago. The story of his trouble and its cure is best told in Mr. Rexford'a own words. :li, I
i "Having need of
a remedy for indigestion" writes the floricultural editor of j :I

---- :

lad irn the ('u.'" lf'r Ilronif the I.! UNABLE TO REVIEW TROOPS :i bottles"I decided afforded giving Kodol: Dyspepsia Cure a trial, expecting: only temporary relief but am glad to My tkat a few 1. :' i!
tlrrk to Tliuc. permanent relief and restored the tone of the digestive to 1U t
-hor ELIM ASSOCIATION !i i heartily recommend it." organs natural condition. I ca j f1! :
:wr,'. saii! the shoe saltsut I Ii
what jou taut"i He Was Accordingly Represented at NORMAL CONDITIONS '

",..1 the pruspectlte cua. MEETINC I Aldershot by tile Prince of Wales. II are referred to by Mr. Rexford as natural conditions. This is undoubtedly the correct view. The normal: man U a'I I ::1"!

..tliuugit! I s-aid"! -- 'i Hoped Malady Will Not Interfere poor healthy the man.general Health health depends always suffers.on the digestion. U the digestion is good the health is good. If the digestion U ::

nit put i: on. Interrupted I h'

a The fifth Sunday? meeting of the With Coronation Exercises. DIGESTION IS NATURAL; INDIGESTION UNNATURAL : i 1

rwolltxt'oti" i
my Ehm Association will be held with London. June 10.-A dispatch to Th) But so many of us have Strayed away from natural conditions that few ;
t La\<' l.ttn lit. broke In people are really healthy. Hasty eating*, f
Exchange Telegraph company tram irregular hours, mild dissipation, a dozen other stomach destroying customs of the day have made
and .f
iii" I'\rrjl"Jy U wearing the Pleasant Hill j
Cturch June :LT, AUershot Indigestion the characteristic complaints of the generation. If the sufferers knew how such j 4
says easily troubles
1: tin v'rt> a harlin.: be cured there probably wouldn't be so of them. can I
23 and "!"J. The program will be as I Ine king's illness has become of a I,

.' the other. Then. much more | I p
put on follows; : serious nature than at first KODOL DYSPEPSIA CURE

t'nt : "llit'ic jou are sir.I expected.) Ycstll'la the I Ii I
was I:! will do 1-
just as much for others as it did for Mr. Rexford. It Is not 90 :
Itl r. 'I'brti1ifty'plea.e"u''I 27TH.
." i' a 10fotale and laudanum was aJmiaiateied much a medicine as a digestant. There have been and are other dys it

:, b p. in.-Preaching by itev. J. H. to allay his pain. Complications 'I pepsia remedies which afford temporary relief by digesting certain ;.
: : classes of food. What is really wanted, however, is a
: ; I \\tiii feared this preparation
; want the i-ut'os. You I McAnally. morning. I which will digest all classes without i the stomach'e aid. This is the I,I.
I I a:4: :; p. ra.-Wtiui he heard hews result by Kodol f
.1 lit you put them on, and.In I re'j accomplished Dyspepsia Cure. It is the only prepara '
: ,. u..ii-lj to kt you lo JUNE 28TH. :!i panlir.i; the alarmist reports tion which digests any and every kind of food. You need variety. A /

try to l.e olili;:in:;. You I [ abroad about the health of King diet is often injurious. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure renders a diet entirely ;1 ,

.1' jll.t whs t I wtnh'ol. 10 a. m.-C tiled: to order by the :!I \vani, his uiajistys private I-d.// \l 1 unnecessary rest and the wholesome It rests the tonka stomach contained by digesting in Kodol what you eat. This .

.' ..III' judgment, aril I'm i ii chairman: ; song Xu. lol in Gospel t Sr Kraut* Knouleb. raid: I f a soon restores perfect health. Dyspepsia Cure j :

d i it. '...I'I. air OM.II.. Now, if '!I'i hymns ; f'ath i p-aliu and r'raver by i iI i "TI'i: IK-.,t a:1:>wt'r I tan give is that MORDS OF TI14.ISK"I I

al' !' th> dncTti! :>i-infiit in thi !.mg ia g)ini; to Windsor this alter !
| troubled
was with! "
Dr. n. I indigestion
I C. flaton.lou : a long time write W. H Boisrth, promt- i: you il" s rt.. will yon Loon I i : + 7 d fleet merchant and mill owner of lure Air Mo. "I consulted a number of doctors
t alt a pair of shoes ac- I I :: a. r:.-Calling! the roll of'' 1 a'w and kodol tried"many km U! of medicine but cure did me any good. Finally took! H
I I y! D} pepsu Cure A Sew bottles me cf uy cumpUmL 1 heartily ', .
i i p 11115! and iiciticatiiiiis churches aud hearing: rtprrifroin'tach. : Al'iershot. England June 16.-Thi : t rccoumcud U to all sufferer* frvmMum.cblrouWc." .
l'S' I erne in, and per- 'i ,I inii.ii'0.tiou! of King Edward and thc | %" "I had Dyspepsia fir fifteen years"saji Jerre Long. general merchant of
., I / Blue: Knob. Fa "I tried all .
liu-incss' ? I Imic found kinds of remedies and got medicine from many doc
I incessant dc' npoiir ol rain combine Ito : Lon but got no relief. Lately I have been using Kodol Dyspepsia Cure, and ban
that the only way to :get I I 11 a. u.-The work of tI.e Holy effertiia'.ly! spoil the grand review I% teen feeling better ever since I started I have an appetite and what I eat agrees ;
i with me 1 mu-tglve the credit to Kodol Dyspep Cure and would I
ni> from a shoo clerk ito .spirit in the Churcfce-, by Rev. W. of troops here twlaj. | w. B. IOUI.ra. it to all others tuflenng from the dtaaded disease of djipepn" recommend I.i

-.Mitiunutc Ins own way*>. and fur the then tir bei --t I[ ]1. Momzattd: others. i, The kin? did! l not l leave the rojal pavilion :I Pnpartd by E. C.DiWIU Co.,Chlca,.. The 11.00 Boll! contain 2" tlmii ai much (by Icluallllulur.lII.nt) at the trial size : \

and was I'PI'l"p".nted by th'I! fthich lilt lor 50 ctnt.
ir.n table."-Clucaco I'i)t. I 11:15 a. n:.-Ha- the church any .
Prince of \\ alps, \\ ho rode to the salut t.1' '
t1,* --uiaun kidney irreu ,. scriptural right; by which to govern I Ing point, ompanifd by the Duke ot DYSPEPSIA CURE YOU 8lAT 4

iM .tiitHi raud by exceknu"r -- I I, Us member?? By Rev. J. L. Bryan; j! Conneausht and a brilliant staff, comprising ,

: : bi-in.j Iw several Irdian princes, the mill. .%n l.nereetlc Retort. I I DR.MOFPETT'g
i too. the: kidiif>vat rheated'i I and other, I Cures Cholera--Infanta, t I
tar> attache Lord Roberts the com. 31stastes" said the extravagant
: "II'Kldlll-\' Cure :
12:30: Recess for dinner. 1 ;
ruander-ln'l'hit'f. and the headquarter son "are inherited. the Bowel troubles i
,ii-rte. lei: fnutli Palafox.Foiey's oJ i
i:, I :-IlJ p. tu.-Devototial exercises i ij staff. Queen Alexandra drove to the "Yes"retorted! the angry father; "ev h711r" Children! olinyAge.errthing :
1 you have is Inherited Youhaven't : g1Btf [Aids Digestion,
Kidney Cure : led by Jesse Jordan.: : parade grounds in a closed carriage rCCTHING.POWDIRS)! RcjuIaUjthe i
j '
with the Princess of \Vales and the l lj gumption enough;: to acquire f5A the Bowels. Strtngth :

makes kidneys and bidder i,' 15.3p.: in.-Has a Mi-Monary flap|j I Princess Victoria. In other carriage !j even a taste by individual effort"Chicago ? Cost Only 25 cents at Druggists, the TEETHING Child and EASY Makes .1 $
Tost ,
tist church a scriptural right to retain at the saluting point were the Puchess t iOr mail Ji sash ti> C. J. MOFFETT M. D. ST. LOUIS. MO ;

"da coolers that do noti1 members in full fellowship who of ConneaugHt and many of the nobill i:' UK. C. J. MOFFETT-Hear I tctor: ll> aure'voitrTEETin ."A Sal'Trtth'lna 1V. .

'f i'e it the Willisi I; ties who are vt.-icing England No!Rood health rule? the kidneys I flIf"t..rlfl to our little grand child with the liai>i>iext rP Tffr' Tltf ...effect
oppose supporting mission work? il j are sound Cure "S" almost magical, and certainly
Foley's Kidney more utttiatavtory
I 1 :More anythiNg
,' than Si.'N': rain soaked troops ireeienirtfil. tt'RIif-rOUt
: < i rare Co.'s. make* the \\ \oiirn tery truly, Ki,
By Bev. A. .->. J. Countryman. I kidney ripht. A. : (lure Jlisliop Southern
l I marched the heir Jtethodiat Hi It.
----- past to the throne. D'-\lemberte. 121 i tiN.ihfox.. I lire ) J"Hltor vf tit. tttul (liicrrft
3 ra.-Has the church the I 1
p. rightto :
I: i in- of umbrella* in the

J I I. .-:eplaIIGo look retain members who buy, -ell, Ready to Yield. I' -- I TIME TABLE.I .

I t -
.- wor k and rUe on trait on the Sabbath "I used: DeWitt's Witch Hazel The Beer : LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD

'. y v-s> s EFFECT DECEMBER 1. iwl ,
+ cure," !eays #. R. Meredith. Willow -

PURlIGITY! FOR McAnally, B. H. Skinner' I. I Spence, Grove, Del. Operations unnece--iary: That Mader : --- New_ _Orleans _and<< Mobile._ _

i J. L. Taylor A. J%. Lowery J. E. to c ore pilpThfoY always yield to \l'* I -
., .
THE DeWitu Witch Hazel r-alve. Cures: I '0.11. :\0. So. B. No.3, Nn J. No II. iI
.\ PEOPLE. .' Htdley, A. h. J. CciiLtryman. J. T.i i skin direa-ts, all kinds of wounds.! i i 7:15:;? : 'I 12:16 m 11ni : Leave ::: Pensacola..Arrive I 510 : 4:1)1 5:110 l
'1 T p 12 LPare.. F'lomaton .:::: LPavP ':,ti .: J & 1 a3 :
1 : Fillingim, J. \V. Day and others. ; Accept no coumnffiU. Hargis'[ ANNHtI SSLR R rMijij! : 11:001 a .:::-' p :2>u a L..a\"l .._.. 5loblie ).Pave i Iallo't: IIS: n 5:011 P .' I
| t-n H "J", e..ts011 a Cent 'i ii 1'I Pharmacy, John Sheppard, Sidney J I I ... ":: '\I r:'V'9 1.1"1\\1'--.Pw- orlr''n-- -1.1'\8-- 9.YIp- :5" -V Is I

If( and h:\er.\ word is Heed i 5; p. m Adjourn. I II I 11 Kahn. I North.VICTORIA .i jl,.iI .iI ,

,i Hv hterjboJ}'. I 7:45 p. m.-song and prayer service --- *' I r ,

4 + ''led by L. C. Bowman.: ,| l'yny-Italeam ieiipvm Right Away I I.; pm. !. 1215 SO.4.p m I I Leave ..... J'l'n.acola... .Arrlye I 40 No.l I I0. -0,3 I':' ;;
.' uiJ makes a eyociiy tnd of cou Ju and culdi. p m I 5fJJ am
'ION ,
\ TU .l..I.N U. t\'iipm Arrive. 'nntgom..rYI..av8 l1l5am
.. p. ui.--Hearing of I J 11:59 I Arrive .. 1'iPDl/
.. .. report our am 1/ll'4pm/ ltllllnllalll.I..l\ve! !IJJam ,
-- '" DISCOVERED ROBBERS' i:1)5 Pill :JIII" Ul Arrive .....Nashville ......I.\'aye ....... I 4:06pm t
-:ITO: LO.SN'hihoui.tii. : CAVE. .. I ..... ,. _
um-iouury, U- J. I
1I I .. Turn- v. W. Day; and i idi I I 2:101 a m ":::11 a m Arrive .... Loulsylile ......L.\"e 8:15 i
ire b..r. pm :6.'i.
s. OOAS aad all kind of prrproperty. MADE I5Y ACME BREWING CO. 1: 1I:1.'pm
> Tamil easy ntnctrsguaranteed. t i"cu..ion by all. 1; il"m 1\lpm: Arrive lit. Loul. lIUpm z
Old .Leave
Hiding Place of Desperate Moon 4:15pm
. Apply to A. A. rubrr I BEst: 10-CBM HOTILK BKKU ": 'ipm t

T', ltd I'alafoj streetMN -v-. __ 6 p. m.-Adjourn. shiners Unearthed by Little Girl. I IS TUII'N ,. PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.. ;fI I f
-- I
| \ To !! Parkersburg. Va, June l'>.-Piet I No. 21-Daily No. 3.-Daily :-00 stop where thud not '
LKNUon shown
improved real t s- JUNE 29TH. I Xo.Da1l1 No. !!-Uahy
,D largo or small amounts at low ty little MaudeVhite. a child of about ANNHEISBER BROS, ;'
ntt'r.' ";L call Leslie 11:5i: pm 1:Y1 a m ....... Penaacola..ArrIve luau
at ( on. E H rooks.v !'j a. m. > and 10 years, has di-tcovered the famou', AGEXTS I 1 5 night HI ILea\'e......... JohplUia. ....... pm I tISO p III i
law. -"s M Palafox Ht, Kisber oug prayer service Hilt THE CELEBRATED I : :: :: :: '
srnlmM.l cavern on Cheat mountain which was I...J 1 I ........ '\'nlp.tra ......_. lIJ:31:: e:01 '; ,;! 1.
led by D. \. Merritt. '' I 11:13": 1'1i" .........LCambla. ...... 10,33: I .. '
for many years the secret abode: of 24 I' W r Harper Pfiisiev' : 11a.\: 1 1\: U ".. ... ..._ Iulat .......... J.J3 II 11:51,) .1'''f',
+ \ T'>-l>\\'-Doyoj need money !9.3<) a. m.-Is; the chuich! : daring: a band of robbers, moonshiners 12:3I: : U 7'4 .. ... .....Harp.... ..... 1J::!'I .' 5:41: ) .
re"pon.I :\1 ain Hou3e--IIJ-;. Palafox 11';) "' ......._ .jli'
HQ borrow any amount you want I : itree'. i I eras .. ........ roar "
.": .-a.i.9t tprm and lowest rates sible for the! Sunday school? By J. and outlaws as ever harassed the R. R. .xchanxe-Orp. Union I 1)04": : 1N" cJS.lItcuy.! ..... 10:11) 11:17 11:101: .. :, :
a obtaindt>'<*,on mprovnd city red mountain Depot I 1:10. m ....."wood Ranlll..... i
.fIDIIIv'm tisber, :JWi! South Palalntr A. Godwin and others. regions along the border of i P. O. Box 291. Penacob, Fla I Las: :: tiis: : :: :: ......... Hats .... .__. :: I/\/ !. 4\'i: "is ,i.
t i Wt'5t"ir lnia and Maryland. Phones 116-2tS: I 8)1 9.31 '-..... Ul1.ltan! .....- 9:91/:: I s4s3 r
2:11"::; 9ai ? _.._..
------ --- lo:2ita.mVhoshouldfirstenlijt Several! Creatvtew........ 9:13 ,.
mysterious murders we'i- :BAY(I" 4 ....... 40 I
,1' WANT TO BORROW I, M" .11 fol'r Land ....._ tlM h
I. MONEY '' laid at the door IIS"! 11:1'' _.... ..._ 8\f ;
mItUy.laureyour in the Sunday chocl work: By E. of the robber band i I Mossy Head tl foJ 5iA 1
property -
-: ar1- of title, buy or sell real es- I who resided in the cave and tho., 4:1 4:1)1": I/a.i"/ II _DeFunlakbprtngL. a Ii". ';'1" i. ;
I I/U/ "
I iperty or any description, have H. Adki-on, U. H. Orimlar and I is 1V1I I 'rit'l'l" 1H. :r.m" } .
k 41
J or your taxes attended to, who came Into their power and gained a IS t a e I II"J" 1/:5/ .. d'Leoll...- 1:'\I" ';111" ,,
'i I 11] -.Wrslyllld-----_ "
other*. T:17 "
"tr" < Thos. C. Watson Co. iI their displeasure are said to have b..en I 1\\1'1"\: 1.1 n' .. _- Caryville.._._. IM"
.- m I J insurance agents Pena The will I horribly tortured That 1a.\ :::)) ___ .Jon: !ray...._.._ 1:12"I I If\l: 'i i
speakers: ; be limited to ten these outlaws I ? 141 "
n: moderate
eel To
> everyone i 1 1\1. /1,1: ; _.......Copley. ..... 81": .. ;
r'im, DS 111'11 will lend money minutes each. were rkhtlj; accused a grinning skullat I Flrst.Class Western Beef Is ;:I / : ;' '' ? ...Cotondale sae '" I I: N .: .
:d Iti
I a bojae. d-tf 1" .. : noon '
: ::5 ......... & canna.- .
the threshold of the .. AAII "
cavern, surrounded I 1ilJ: I 11L'43 .. .... ._.Cypress .... .... I' 13N: !
II .i1 1I1"
:: m.-Ii :
-sionary :sermon l/6. :
't! t t 1 111.) 1S'AN'I'IU. byRev. by human bone attests: Th Not 25 Cents a Pound. 71: ) ;: : noon :: ......Granrt II 1I a m I
I i 1..15 .. midge-- : :: ::
--- !i. H. Skinner of Atmore. ;, oauhad been abandoned several I I 1113 .. I 1:13:! Arrtve.RiverJonetlonLRave 11..1 11I.io1
l fiIO" "
to hrT trade, \
\ years and all that was lift in it consisted .
l-'rj: ) Collection
\M ijralintt-H W. want p m.- for mj-- Look at our Prices : I -
I I'n.>pi".ition ever o.r"1. of rusty weapons, rh'rayed furniture --- .
;"H. y.u f'Jr $I:: arP1i ion.. I Las year. Now i' = i rlF.E.Brawner'sOnePiice f'.
'. Mil "r Barber College! I II an'! some empty bottles and jugs Extra Loin .. .. .. .. 15c to 18cI 20c COLgYCHOICEST< 1 ;

tr-'tf 1:2:80: p, in.-Recess for dinner. The flyleaf of an old book was foun I Ro.und. .... .... .. 15ci "-

i It u -.\. 1. l e. *':::u p. m.-Song, "How Firm a I on which were written a few verse i BrikPt and Chuck. S3I 1CiGtflst, t and Corn Meal l l MIlls'O' '- .j

I of dedicated to "Mamie Rib Roast . .. . lie I .
an1 I c .
I \1! A-l\Ri\IN-\--- Foundation,"by the choir! and prayer I I dated April 16, lSt9 In the versusthe Ramp ... .... .. lac loc1,1 ]8. F. GONZALEZ & CO., Prop, f Fn U11S AND COXFECTIOERY ij f[ [ Y :.

T.11'. Ficklin. j
t t .at..n! near Pal"rtX'Yo by 1 writer calls the bitterest maledictions Considerinzquality: above prices; Manafaetcreri :
1 l
n a'Lra.l For
I :n Watson t Co particu-, Keal 2:30 p. m.-Preaching: by Rev. J'I of heaven on himself: and on ev are cheaper than in any other city of : CHOICE MEAL AND PL'UKGUOUND : -AT-
this size in the '
.a-: Jteollwt W. pry one else I except Iami('." The littl country I' STOCK FEKI t
-- --- Day.ei We do have to more for .
t- 1'a.. discoverer of the long;-sought cavern pay i Patronize Home Industry for there li C APOSTLE'S !
i moat desirable lot I meats, and have .
1 3:20' n-Adjourn. charge more every reason yon should bay your Meal and I
r I
p. ,
,'e ,uimy\: terms! by the Fish was with a picnic party and wander than formerly, but it in't our fault I Stock Feed from the Home Maaafactcrer,

<-acy, 204'II South Palafoxl almI 7:45: p. m.-Prayer service, L". H.irimlar. ; lag from the rest of the party, town and we are selling as low as we possibly I for Yoarmane so doing you Is encourage left la the borne community Indai U I I M Guyenueit St. 'I.',.

( the opening to the cave. can. !i iand yon In turn are Indirectly benefited. 'J
'or Itt-nlt J fostering the borne manufacturer you Formerly Cordova Restaurant Stand!

- ............,.. S p. m.-Preaching by Rev. J.V.. Fruit Steamer Goes Ashore PARLOR MARKET, contribute! to the came of labor. Yon owe |
I .Iv! faraisneJ room at lit to tneoommnnlty la which you live and One car-load of Pineapples at 11.75 I IPh
....,. :u itreet alnt I Dav. Block Island. R I.. June 16.-The one IT" .J IIU. ., J...11 X- ..,III"' contributes to roar tapport. to 2.00 per dozen.

steamer Fedora, from Palermo, bound ..
tit. Itl. N'allli..1. 8:5u p. m.-Adjourn by singing ---- -
.............. for New York and Philadelphia with A ---
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\' \ 0.1 solicitor; will pay "God be with You Till We Meetagain. cargo of lemons and nuts ran ashoreon

\ ".', n.iiton 13: rljkt on*, Ad- ." the southeast part of this Island :
I.t office. lU' ttW.1' : r
Benediction by Rev. J. L. Bryan today in a dense fog. :She: lies in a bad. Cash House

... 1I ) position on the rocks i
-"- ------ A cordial invitation Is extended to
\ I I''
\ k "ANiF'thya, wiliim J5ear all to attend this; meeting.D. Tbe Bitters
\ i..u :. d:1: h:1II at I

.'.. )I4tfFr..h I.1: ERRITT III o S"ETTEb' positively cureIndigestion CUT PRICES IN TWO! i iI ;

\. ',--'I Keitajraat yard eggs: at Melt P. PMTCHETT, Chairman. I I CElElRATtD .ease1t

\\ 'NTKU-\ll kind of empty beer Secretary.: Dyspepsia, ")yards! Dress! Swisses, worth 6c 20 dozen Ladles' Lisle Thread I 50 pieces Medicated I !I
M.ltl.l, tt, A. "ataD..... OOTJtf Constipation yard 10 yards for 30 coats Vests worth 24-Inch Cotton ,
f: 55 cents, yours for 20 Diaper, 10 yards In a piece, worth :

IIcItY- -'-\'u"It'.Ilul'l...............- ..... Winning a Kiss.Aunt Biliousness, 100) yard Dress Dimitys, worth j cents. 85c, for this sale, 60c. I

\\ r -Truet"'orthy person In each-- Hannah-I saw that joung man I Nervousness, .! 7' >c, 10 yards for 45 cents. j 1OW( Boy's and Men's collars, 100 dozen Ladies' Fast Black I

lit. to IIla:1aiC" bu me..,o'dtab.. kiss: you Jane. How did it come '' broken sizes, to close out at 3 each. Seamless Hose Fall
.M. P. olnl financial standing; ane Malaria. 2000 yards bleached yard wide Do- regular lOc goods, :
< M' Lila weekly cash Aalary IIvlt ; about? for this sale, 6-,4C a pair 4 .
1. mestic, 10 yards for 45 cents. 200 Ladies Madras and White pair for
e Try a bottle all exr Jane-In the most natural way in the 25c "
,'I from beadanartvri Waists, worth 75c and $1 close
; money and latUfy at f
f..r world auntie. He asked me If I wouldbe 2000 yards unbleached Sea Island I to
*'p"n. self. The i; :
"or t'bcago: offended If he kissed me, and I told genu-i i yard wide Domestic, 10 yards for 45 Hose, In brown Half j
Inc bal our prl. red and black for
.CH:14THY.- -.- ---- him It was Impossible tor me to say i BITTER5! vate e tamp over ;,i I cents. I 50 pairs Lace Curtains, 2!{ yards 6c a pair. j.i I '

until I knew what It was like.-Boston the neck. 1 I long, regular 75c goods, to close at I 'jM
2000 yards Embroideries, regular 25 dozen Men's
K COMB BROWN LEOHORN8jre.y 45c French Dropped.
: Htock and Eggi for tale TranscriptHow price 7jj to 8>' c, 10 yards for 45 cents. Stitched Under Shirts, worth 40o, to I i I
-f* al WlllitHardwareCo'l. IMtt1IAMI PROFESSIONAL GABD8. 25 dozen Large Turkish Bath Tow close at 25c each. Drawers to I
to Avoid Trouble. worth yards Dress Pique and Ducks: els, worth |2, will close at 120.. match. '1
OOODH.V I! 10 and 12c, 10 yard for 85 30 dozen Men's Fancy Striped ,
Now is the time to provide 1 20 dozen
your. : 24z38-lncb Bleached Lace Under
;- cent Shirts, 45c each. !
H\K\H BIIIR : i C. ROWE M. Draw
E-Manuf.elarer W. D.
M I i- Hrin; hair Hoods, Hati. Toilet self and family with a bottle of ij II i I Towels for this sale, at 50c dozen. era to match. I '

"' "i Hair Oil,etc..829 W. Government Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and 1 Office: ITS' 8. Palafoz.l 1 1000 yards Dress Cross Bar worth 35 dozen 2Szt2-inch Towels, reg2 dozen Ladles' Buck and ; ,

Diarrhoea Remedy. It is almost l I Hours from S to 8:'W a. m. and I to Ip.m 8-c,10 yards for 50 cents. ular lOc goods, for this dale, 90c Bilk Taffetta Waists! regular Colored '
I..r.. I'or 'uI1crahto certain to be needed before the price I
-- sum and after o'clock 25 dozen Ladies' Bleached Vests, dozen. $3.60, to close at $2 20 each. '
mer la over, and if procured now
t t;KM FOR KUNERALaTornUnedptlyinboaqaetioripeclaldeilini 1 with tape in neck, 6 vests for 25 600 yards White Batiste Lawn This tale it
may save you a trip to town in the Phono OO. will positively not ran
.>lett Moreno. IBS: West Gregory night or in your busiest season. It'! cents regular 12:2 quality. 10 yards for 85c. for longer than one week.

_- v iillm is evervwhere admitted to be the PARKER'SHAIR l .1i

C..'UT. FLU W 11:1tei. most successful medicine in use for Pasaa.a ud bcuufiw BALSAM th. F. E. BRAWNER'S r rI '
-" --- - bowel complaints both for childrenand htlz.. ONE-PRICE CASH
Ihama.r a tennaM pevta.VT HOUSE
I t'L.U WE M and Floral teilgniinl : adults. No family can afford to r TtJU to SMtor* Qnj Ii
deuni ordered for onitomert, be without it. For sale all Hair to tu Tontttral Color. I ,
druggists .
.01111:11 (ys.s1p dw" C ks W
1e'.d Mortao ItJ:: West Gregory, mg
39d la1 and medicine dealers aktud 1d/.t .o{>3ggl05 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET

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Politics andPoliticians ;-, ,i MEETING
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4 PROCEEDINGS T 42i Annual Statement for IV
b Celery CompoundHas
1 ii ZBterd at the frost CEc at P r.tucl&J.a. : -- Ending December 3Uf, 1901 nt
.- _sewed-etas- ttt'f.orfICE .

i -I'IU Building, alf South ; ij Proved a Blessing to All AGAINST BAARS DUNWODY & East A regular End Democratic weekly meeting Club will of the be ,1 THE[ [EQUITABlE l[ .

raarox street, np-':&:". ; ,
1! 1 Ranks and Conditionsof neld tonight: a: tte tall on East I

THE NEWS PUBLISHINC CO. .Jat-lt ::1 CO. IN U. S. COURT Government street. Several candidates tiff ASSORINCE[ 0'

The democratic voter who can atone People in will address the meeting. ., .
I. B. HILtfON. Managing Editor

W. M. BALL, Eo-nes3 Manner. and the same time vote in endorsement !i Summer.A In the United States! district court. '. Democrats generally are expected Assets .. eo. . . VAi.: u.-

of Hon. Fred T. Myers'j j I In bankruptcy, before Judge Swayne and urged to be present, as there is Reserve and other Liabilities -

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Terms: I"un.bly in AdvanceMonday legislative record and Hon.Cbas.M.Coston'a !| this morning, the petition of Graves. promised a delightful surprise.

OU fear by !h.i .... J;; tv indeed have i I! I mim fm mm fmmia> __ _
platform must Tatom and others, creditors of 8urplu3'from which Dividend1
SIX Month '" : xohs Prominent and Popular Chi. are paid, . . 75 i :& Carne Pa,&!>," 10 an elastic: mind. The two are emphatically Baar!, Danwody & Co., in involuntary Gus fl. Soderliod !. ,,;

antagonistic. i j I r raga Lady Hectored to bankruptcy. wa called, and the Paid to Policyholders in

/de.Msirg Potts Furnishtd on tpplication I I\I 1901.... ...:.. ...... .$ 27NewInsurance -.-
I Health. of Baars & Co. barIng .
How is it possible for any true ...THE TAILOR,... in l&jl..} :24-
NO. 118.PEI8AOOLA I i I been withdrawn consideration
non Total Insurance in force
friend of (organized labor to vote for The success of Paint's Celery Com- 30H WEST GOVERNMENT ST.
pound-in banihing the ills! and di'eases of the matter an order ct adjudication Dec. 31, H.l..U.r 7i .( .
Mr. Myers after reading the recordof
9 that follow people into the Will for the next 30 day make suit Notwithstanding greater '
:::; in bankruptcy was made ,I I
his many votes against measuresmeant summer time, has not been confinedto at 25 per cent less than regular: cial strength of the Society.. .
E_ sJ f E- class of against the firm.
particular society. prices: its
for the betterment and: any greater security which ;
':" .: pro- Men esteemed in business and professional The matter was referred to E. K. Dying Mtn't Ksiu !-.'..; holder! thereby enjoy the Rare \ ..
tectiuu: of the great: mass! of toilers life mechanics!, farmers, ujlng Liuliei" emu 1.1Ii tol.uMen LOW and GUARANTEEter -

women leaders! in society, and the Nichols, Esq referee, who it instructed Lfcd.efc'SUiis i huiti Me ttam&m Clr&Ltd Cl* r.ed Tic to tile II.-'' than given by other ecu;
JUNE 17, 1902. wives and mothers of humble homes, M en't Toatert Steam Clfc&i.* Now that the work of registeringnew to call a meeting of tte
have all by voice and pen, contributed Hint: Now i* the time to have
v.iters for the primary electionis strong testimony in favor creditors before him on Aug. 6 next your winter Clothing put in good KXOWLES BROS.
"LOoK here : aid Chairman of the medicine that restored them'to "
shape. This Ij er is for thirty days
i completed, the campaign will be- for the examination of claim and -
Cannon of the appropriation committee health and strensth. only. Mention you raw the advertisement : -
to a Florida congressman, "11 gin in earnest.: The committee on When Paine's Celery Compound Is and the election of a tru*tee. in THE DAILY NEWS General Agent,

yon Florida fellows get everything arrangements of the Democratic rheumatism used there ,is dyspepsia! no more, stomach neuralgia;derangements -, It was further ordered that in the shared.otherwise the regular price will be 3u9 H. Palafox St.. PENssA' ,

;1 at once there'll be nothing left for League will have some prominent liver or kidney troubles. meantime Alexander McGowin. Jr..
I: to do. and the fEoplEwill: not The blood once foul and stagnant, is --' .
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you speakers to addres the League next made fresh and pure, and courses the assignee under: the voluntary FISH CHOWDERBY
eend you back here. Nevertheless GUAM f :XCl'I SIO\:
Thursday night and it is! expected with a reenlanty that brings vigor assignment heretofore made. is permitted -
I the "Florida fellows" got nearly and happlce-*. The ue of one: bottle -
i': everything they went for. and they'll that some interesting point will be is often sufficient to etablish a to remain in charge of the THE SEA SHORE

go backtoo.: considered. health rvbat enough to combat the assets of the firm, being accountableto
! -- ._- ------- dangers and peril that are commonin
hot weather. the court, with authority to sell.!
THE: primary *system IS hereto There seems to be a subtraction T. Lermoud. I'l.' At trie! Santa R '** surf H.11
Mrs. Chicago.
A. subject to the approval of Judge:
Hay, sayi the Madison Recorder from Corresponding Secretary of theV.. ,
the multiplicity of club E--tatll-ceLt: : t.t' ll.teJFrzit.
.in spite o! tie tlljrts of certain C. T. U. tells of tier complete restoration Swayne. or, in his absence, cf Rtf-
politicians to make all the trouble Many have been organized, but few to health throusb the ue of, ere Nichols. To Greenville: Mont- iitry and
possible, hopin thereby to make tee are holding together. There was no Fame's Celery Compound The - ,-- Birmingham i:Saturday;' ,r j "yoiifC' ,:.-.,:butj S.-L chowder; eve:: -
treat medicine was prescribed by Ladies Can Wear Shoes \ leaving I mon dert ai i> .
primary}' system odious to the peoi i braEs band or bluster about the organization one of Chicaz '" ablest phyj-icianr. o clock on rezuiar pa-enrer tram. day at 5 .-'c.ock; p. m. i
rltTh at'* it'! Make the primary : of the Democratic Mr*. Lermond say- :- one Ear size a ponder smaller to after bo"" shaken li-iog into Alltn'i the shots.Foot- Returning. leave Birmin r..iuj Monday shore beaca. The steamer f .
plan odious. if posibltBut! the i "A few years ago I went through, a It makes tight or new eiHx-s Irtlca-;; give at Iy.j.'a. tu. and )Montgomeryat
1 League but it was built upon a solid surgical operation. After being.; in loitaal relief to core and bucionY It's 2 p. m. ThiS may probably be the prise will leave Palafcx *" r.;
democratic people of Florida, most the comfort
greatest discovery of the
foundation and it will continue to be bed for four month I was able to be Cures and prevents swollen fWt. blisters age. list two-day excursion going norm. 2:3 p. m. every Sunday: i.- .
(f wbom little save at the ballot
say up. but was exceedingly weak and callous ana fore spots. Allen's! FOot-Eaie Coffee and refreshments will be
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box, are quite able to decide: fur a forceful factor in the campaign. worn. nervou. and unable to sleepor U;;a certain! cure for sweating hot, aching served on the train going arid; re-
f* themselves without prompting or Attend the meeting at Clutter's hall eat. My physician: prescribed I>on't accept any substitute. Trial package turning. Fare for round trip. to n& opiates and can safely b.o .- \
i Paine's Celery Compound.. and I at FREE by mad a1rhslItn. Olrnsttd. Greenville and: Montgomery, 12 oo;
advice from the whether children. W.
politicians : A. D'\Il'lJ.t.-
Le Hoy. >. V.pROTEofiiToF. :
Thursday once began to feel "stronger. After to Birmingham, f3iki. From Can- .
121 s; Palafox
or not they will retain the street.
primary using a few bottles my health and tonment and Century same as Pen.
plan. cumalet'ly restored sacola. For further information -- ------
__ __ Weekly Tallahasseean. the strength were apply ---
and r am glad to give this testimonial to
mouthpiece of Hon. Fred. T. :Myers its favorGEORGE ." ROET. KINO 134 134 134 134 134
THE Madion Recorder ione of in or .
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PETER THOMAS.Excursion '
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is mad. *, mad that i is
the many state newspapers which it being consumed POLICE OFFICERSLast

have united in demanding of the by its own wrath-and all because Managers. ; 134 -S- 134
next legislature the reapportion. the Lamar forces have dared Altai's felt ptoce.

mentof the Hat. It says: Under discus ilr. Myers record as a legislator night Officers Humphreysand Fishing tackle of all kinds 134 ;. II for Pllbc t.:. 134
a new apportionment several counties AT POU'S STABLESGeorge Fondabilla and good crab nets at the TRIT
were summoned
among which is Madion won ii -bis public record. mind you: Willis Hardware Go's.DEMOCRATIC : '
--- a resort on South 134 134134'
be entitled to three representative: his official acts as the servant of the Baylen street, 134 134

while some counties that now have: people. Bat. unfortunately for him Gingles. who for several known as the "Monkey Puzzle;' ----- -- --

two representatives would be entitled that record shows that he did not years has been connected with the where two women were making one .......................... None Better !

to only one. The population ofa another's Lair "ot
Stables and L"ndertakirj fly
Livery promiscuously.
faithfully! serve the great mass of
county determinethe. number of i
: Parlors has resigned and The fighters were Mary Jackson and i
d us members in U.e lower house of the people. Hi- every vote was in' ;
Irene Reed. Than the Best !
the legislature. Madison county i? favor of the few as again the accepted a position as manager of The latter was given

entitled to increa-fd representation many. the F. R. Pou stable and undertaking &) day and 3ned flO by Mayor Joneson RALLY !Itl !

and we should send men to the leg business.Mr. two charges of cursing and fight- )

lature who will make: a tronz Listen to this wail from the Tallahasseean ing. t
' Ginls is a ;graduate at theuhdertakingbusiness "N
r fight for our ri bts." ; & j
: and will be a The charge of cursing was made: '' BUFFALO ,l

THE leadine journal of the: second 'Mr.. Myers' friend, as well a* valuable assistant to Mr. Pou. He by Officer Humphreys, toward : EAST END J ,

admonition district kindly to oilers the peoplof the following the Mr. Myers himself. would have assumed his new duties this morning whom the woman had directed all | DEMOCRATIC CLUB. Baking Powder j

much preferred to fight: out this sorts of abusive language and which
Third di-trict. which i- doubtle 2 East G<>veriim'rnt M 5J
well-meant but -Cdrcely needed campaign upon the merit* of the two -.---- would tempt any man to stop it. 15 THE BEST !

Lack of harmony amougthfFlorida candidate, but Mr. Lamar and hi- 1'irulert Carter Cured The ordinance of the city do not J Tuesday NightI{

lepresentame* in the next Congressi friends would not have it so. They Startling proof of a wonderful advance empower officer to defend themselves -- .
hardly I to bf- contemplated much is given by druggist O. W. *
have assailed Mr. Myers'public rec- frcm such abuse
less feared. It would be difficult to Roberts of Elizabeth W. Va. Ar. and sometimes 1 Addresses will delivered by : -a

imagine the txi-tence of any measure ord and attempted to poison the old man there had long 5uffeud with it is very trying on a person to W. W. RICHARDS i i

for Florida's good or involving mind of the people throughout: the what good doctors pronounced incurable stand it without resentment. I JOHN f-R\TER. 1
the welfare of the party or the nation district until patience ceases to be a cancer. They believed his J.J; ROBERTS.: :

in the consideration of which virtue and the Tallahasseean. for ca-e hopeless till he ued Electric Itc\ealg a Great!
at Washington senators Malloryand Bitter and applied Bucklen's Arnica It is i-ften aked how such startling; 9
one proposes! t'j hit back henceforthuntil ; --- .
Taliaferro and Congressmen :'Salve whicntreatmentcomplete- cure, that puzzle the best physicians *
the primary i.* held." ly cured him. When Electric Bit- are effected by Dr. King'; New Discovery The public i cordially invited
ftparkman. Davis and Lamar would ters are u*ed to expel bilious, kidney for Consumption. Here's the to attend. .

I* found working at crorspurposet.The Would ye mind that now Mr. and microbe poisons at the same stcret. It cuts out the phlegm ar.d .S.I........................ Guaranteed Absolutely Pure.
Times-Union and Citizen says: time this calve exerts it* matchless! germ infected mucu. and lets the ,
"Brethren of the Third district remember Myer did not want his public record healing power. blood disease, ;skin life-giving oxygen enrich and vitalize ---- -
i ifln
eruption. Ricers and sore* vanish : the blood. It heals
that the magnificent work held: up to public zaze. The mere inthmed. It make delicious btsraitn! J
Bitters 5 i.-. Salve :t:;: at W. A. D'Al- cough-worn throat and lung Hard VIRGINIA COLLEGEFur *. etc.

done by Florida representatives in reading of his public acts poisonsthe emb*rte'!'. 121 South Palafox. colds and stubborn coughs 'oon YOl'ISG: LADIES. UnanoLp. Va. You can prove thibv .v "

Washington during the present sea mind of the people against --- ---- yield to Dr. King New Disc very, npeniNrpt K lug. One of the leading JH-FFA10atrlaI. "
ion becomes possible only by entire the most infallible remedy for all Schools for Young Ladies In tbf'utb
him. I-n't that awful To what GATE FELL ON .Throat and Lung di"ea*e '. Guaranteed New builcliu-, piaaos and t-quipmrnt. OS A >' E1 A > -
agreement and harmonious work in Campus tea arrvs. Grand mountain ecrne- .
hathe politic of thi bottles 50 c and ll.uo Trial ry ID alien of Van (&HIM! for -altb. Ku- Tf'.eJlbOne t-is "
( the delegation. If there be pas great
any bottles free at W. A. D'Alembeite's. ropeanand Aruercaa tcacCeu. Fall course
danger of di-turbing this harmony i it country come, when the public record A NEGRO CHILDAt 121 South Palafox street.CORONER'S\atorv adraotagei In Art, M usc and
Elocution Mndents from thirty Stain-
were better for the state that the of a public servant are of such a For catalo"u"addr .s L AAA.A A A .'"
MATTE V. H \RIO!". Frt-sidcnt
Third district had waited
a seasontake character that he objects to having (;:;)0 p. m. orlock yesterday; a HOIOU okr, \a
no ri-ks. Pander to inter JURY
no -
them dicued? When a candidate small negro child wa- swinging on a < [ >
that will disturb
eats thiharmony.. r
l [ !
rapport no candidate who will endanger for otHc" i is anxious to have his pub. gate at a house on south Alcaniz NOT NECESSARY 9 oBICYCLES

it. Thi i* a duty the: Third lie record hid from public gaze, the street. 5 ...NEW... g? < >

district owethe wtoletate. people should be warned in time Suddenly the gate broke from the t'u,Vvvvw'P %...' !
Farther than this the other district*
and vote agaiut that man. hinge and fell over catching the Jutice Wolfe wa this morning

worthy leave the candidate choice entirely among to-evera your 1 .,I -THE POLITICIAN. youngster under it and crushing his summoned to the home of a creole nUT MUI I Cte : Big Stock All Kinds.

judgment. But the appeal for harmonious :j face and chest. A doctor parsing at family on'e t Romana street to

action is one every democrat i I! PROFESSIONAL CHIROPODIST j:i the time was called und prescribedfor view the remain* of a child which i All Prices! :
J '
ha the right to make of another. E. St. Clair Thoma will remove the child. who was very badly had died without the attendance of : 20c

Of what." doe-a--bad----t-te! in ,'ourmouth corns without, bumons pain or and blood ingrowing; Will call nails at' hurt. F. & A. M. -- .a stances physician which were and thought under circuir.-at firstto t IMK COPYFor [DISO'ij, r PH )N3G J I r PH !

your residence if required. No.
remind you' It indicated" eta 1 be of a criminal nature. The child! '
that your stomach i is in bad condition South Palafox street.: lojlm A special communication Days Only tt Music Free With Each Machirp
wa viewed at lo o'clock.It .
and vii! rtmindu that there i'f EscambU Lodge,

i* nothing so sjo-id for -nch a disorder For bi1iune.ue Chamberlain'* A o.l>. F. & A. M., will beheld wa_ found, however, that the AT rPENSACOIAMUSIC Fishing Tackle.
a* Chamberlain'* tousach A 4
; Stomach A Liver at 7:3" o'clock
Tablet p. m.
child had died
Liver Tablet after having natural causes.It .
once cleanse the \ Wednesday. June Isth. CO'S'g
stomach and regulate Base Ball
used them. They cleanse and
invigorate Work In M. M. decree.VHting had been'attended two weeks by ,
the stomach aud regulatethe the liver and bowels. effecting a
brethren k-
are cordially a physician! and had 37 S. Palafox St. .
bowel For sate at ioctiat.per quick and permanent cure. For vited. improved. r Tennis,

box ball druggists and medicine sale by all druggists ana medicine HARRY W. GIBES, During the present absence of th..

dealer. dealers. Ping
Secretary.MEAT Pong.
family doctor it was! again taken ill
THE PENSACOLA CONCERT -- ------ & MALT has a marvelous and died.
BLUFF dietetic: value. While refreshing'and Coroner Wolfe
Tl'E'DA r.IOHT. Humors | thought the
TICKETH ANITRAIN>' I plea-ant to take. it assimilation Can
help grounds sufficient to give a proper La Norma Repair any old thinR'And
They take
JoQ*erssiun of the body and
of food. Sold
CONCERTS.THE are Li-nU I.f M.srue.! byDANNHEISSER death certificate and the paper was fit Keys to any old lock':'
--- ---- --- They are attended, by: pimpled, bwiK the' : BROS.: so issued.
SANTA: ROSA ihhin i tetter, salt; rheum and other ratancous -

bl'UF' BATHING tST"nUSH.1 '1 I3n UIr.eruption et-m-ra! Jh*, by!HTV f.-eins of weakness, THE PENSACOLA CONCERT F. B. Bruee
: ail what not .
They cai-f II r, &'ri than Everybody has a nzbt to a little t LE WI I 00 An T ,
Bathing in the warm gulf waters i ironct't'ded '.J.! .*.. -u ; : anythiTis! BAND WILL GIVE A DANCE ATMAGNOLIA piece for of this earth. But they must & COS

Hralth, Strfnerh. Teaie and Plca.-ure BLUFF TUESDAY fight! it. They must watch their
to be the finest in the
world. Everythingforpleasurewit h r imre their upu"ion.. .1..<1 thi i- posi NIGHT. TICKETS AND TRAINS chance to get it, and get it. 15 8. Palafox.All .

aftty. Good board and lodging, by gratrful they: ffft-cted.!tt.tin.oruas ac-: :urding byHood's tl1 thou>ands of SAME AS FOR THURSDAY Thos. C. Watson & Co.

the day or week. Luncheon promptly ', NIGHT CONCERTS. have some particularly fine bargain New 5=cent Cigar. kinds of chairs and
nerved at all hour, day or night SarsaparillaWhich to offer just now, and they invite

CHARLES: H. BI-RTON, radM-a'.iy:! and Garden hose ai the Willis yon to come and Investigate eame. rocking chairs at Marston
" pt-rmar.E'ntly! drives:
: 2o>tf Manager. Yon will never done $ Quina's.
them out and builds regret having Prices
i uj' tte Lule are
t fynem. Hardware Co's. very
. tO. ; Try It Buy It ;>low.

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I C 0 SEALPeident; F. c. NORTON Cashier; I

S.-, aSHEE,Vice-Presidentj; ......on eI en.eel tatexn.ent of the M. E. CLARK Ass't C.ihier. THE WEATHER : {1iWWvW W WWWWQ 't!, II I I' I II


I I J l'''
in last Hour li I
Temperature 24
I : j I I :!"i\'
Minlmom.___, _._. Mdegrees: I
RESOURCES. LIABILITIES. i Mlnimnm._. __ _.._.u...u..... "fdegretB i I in 1
Extraordinary Bargains '
?. JDi-counte. $507,30302 Capital Stock $200.000.001 I :
to -aft*. 1,233.82 Surplus I Temperature Elsewhere: J : Ie
OT.n" "ji BIds\ and Premium... ...... ...... 1..1q' -O.00 Net Profits 7121.86'' Max. Min. I ,

tre and Fixtures... ...... .... ...... 6.718.48 R disco lJ2.6 O.89 Atlanta._ ._. ._.............. M 70 \ .$ Wash Fabrics. <# i
F' : ? ... 604.00 Bismarck...., ---...... .. ......74 50Chicago.
:: K taicp6 75,00000 i .._________...... foIl 'id i I II
d Exchan 270,337.85 Deposits 461,674.42 Cincinnati_,, _..........N foil' \
\ Galveston_ __ ....___'( MJ
-- I Huron_....._...___?_..?__ 70 S2 : 1\
Jacksonville _.___ .... _vo 7i 50 pieces 10 and I2\c Figured r I i
$b66,347.17 t&66,347.17 Kansas I Jty _..........74 rt
for business October We Key West.....-..._-..-..... ............. M 78 II III I c and 1
23,1900. solicit
dank opened respectfully your patronage and we will give I Memphis ._....... .......... ....... W fI Lawns for this sale I
T Lees: prompt, courteous and careful attention. I Mobile __....._._...... .........H T* !I only r:
I Montgomery................ ......_ w 74 i
Interest Paid on Time Deposits. I I New Orleans....._...._.._...._.._H 711 15c Lawns lOc I fr
I Sew York.__ ........... .......... M N I Figured now .
Savannah..,? .... ... w 72 I II
I I i St. Louis _?_?_.__.....___..._N 62: j jI 20c Figured Lawns and Dotted 1 :
FAIRCHILD : worships Him must worship Him inspirit
B. H. I Ia
and in truth." I DR. RENSHAWNOT I i Swisses .' l5c j I

Anthony Mozier was painfully 26c Lawns and Embroidered
38 EAST ROMANA injured at Palafox wharf yesterdayby A CANDIDATEDr. ,
c1, (N'rlc and Refinishing Furniture a being caught between the smack IIPORTS I Swisses 17'c III,

Specialt \Vei kittle and the wharf. He was For June to date- ..- .."Il1''"
taken to St. Anthoney's hospital for Frank 0. Renshaw authorizes : = I 35c Figured Lawns, Dimities W !
400. '
treatment.Ed THE NEWS to announce his with- I' Span si Leonora 17tB, Buetinza Liverpool I and Imported Ginghams 20c {i
via Cuban ports totiolt Transit Co

R. K. WHITE, Henderson, a negro arrestedby drawal as a candidate for county i A;;;;;;D. I| 48-inch Embroidered Silk Swiss II

Officer Fondibilla as a vagrant commissioner from district two. His
.Manufacturing Jewelerid I Br ss Acanthus is7tS Allan, Boston, to formerly 75c this sale 50c
'iia' aUr, ,
yesterday told Mayor Jones this reason for so doing is that investigation Pen acola Lumber Co i
15 : Danielsen, 8t Vincent
brssByiJenliam -
II morning he had "no steady 1| .,...,..
job. '
Graduate Optician, he finds that the dutiesof to J no A Merrltt & CoSAILPD. ; -- -" H
i The him the streets
mayor put on !
> ,',..dOI M., Pm teeLFtaNEWS I the office time than
require more .
i :.-. j for 60 days.Special : R. HALLIDAY & CO.
Br SID Kosefleli, McKee, RotterdamCLEAKKD. a
he can spare from his personal business i II
-. attention is directed to the I
and he does not care to con- i .
advertisement" of R.1.. Avery'sLakeview Span ss Mongibello, :2TiW, LavAtelle, by ;;::: Telephone 193. J 33-35 Palafox St.
tinue in the race for an otlice that he
Dairy in this i iue." Mr.
I Gull Transit to for Ennaa New Orleans,1|
NOTES ; Avery makes fresh butter every day could not give the full time and attention 0,4.with) ;,iw tons phosphate rock, value, HI.. i."Pm'llYNNINHmmHNN }

I,. .{ I and al-o supplies the purest' and best! required.Dr. I --- I
milk in the His is 411. QUARANTINE. .
city. 'phone I
: J
Kenshaw has many warm Kus bk Khea!>\ Nyroot, Port Natal, to i J
I Mr. James L. Sweeney announces order If You Buy Them at the Boston Shoe Htore. They are Good !
friends the
throughout ,
t i-r, fie P. A. C. moonlight Nor lik Sunbeam *il Andersen, Buenos I
in this issue his candidacy for member Ayres to order I
..;.d .i-ip, Friday, June :!O. :, intended Riving him earnest support : ban bkt Norma *\J4, Albertsen, Para, to
I of the democratic executive I Baars, Uunwody ,t Co
.. Scotia sailed from for this office, all of whom will regret -' r.t
i-ner committee Escambia from
county I
k \l.,-t :-undiv for thi port j ji i precinct 13 and asks the support of I to learn that he has decided not : THE SHIPPING.VESSELS Boston Shoe Store r.

'.-.i.n' smack Minerva ar- the voters at the: primary election to run. When he agreed to enter ;

>rt this morniLg wuh 3WO |, July 15. Mr. Sweeney) is a popularand the race he was of the opinion that STEAMSHIPS.IX PORT.

.. representative citizen and has the duties of the office required Mr A LumberCo J Hocken, liai, Bennett, to Pensa- -SPECIAL OFFERING FOR THE WEEK.-* ;

many friends in his precinct who cola Br I'.ntten Hall,1373: Weppener to iiaars,
Y. Porter's private yacht only the time taken the
up by reg-
1\? ... ;t.g in the stream o3 Bay- I will give his candidacy hearty support I i Uunwody Hr Cento.H3l Co Adams, to W. 8. Keyser i. Men's Black Vici Kid Bals., Bull Dog Toe at .. .. .. .. ... .. ... ..$1.40

ular meeting night once a month, ', iCo I Men's Black Vicl Kid Bals., Plain Globe Toe, at. .. .. .... .. .. ... ... .1.30
: w"rf. i lr Dmmelzler, fSS! :! Emerson, to W BKe ;
but when he learned the amount of 'serCo Men's Satin Calf Bals and Plain Toe and Toe the
j The Merchants is one of the best > : Congress! Cap oa

-'- Seer Ltonoraof the :Strra i j known and most popular hotels in I time that must be given daily to in- tlcb Br A Horsley.SW Co Norlbtell, to W L WIt- Bargain Counter... .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .... .... .. ...... ...... .... ... The

'. i Liverpool, went u? to quar- i. Florida and it is always well tilled spection of the county farm, jail, 1, land Br Inverness Innls Co S784: Proud, to Souther1 Ladies' 2-strap Sandals, Pat. Tip Turn Soles ..... ...... ...... ...... ...$l.It 0

-...H v I1lOrnn;. i with guests summer as well as Span Ida. 1W3.Arana, to Gait Transit Coi Ladies' 2-strap Sandals, Plain Toe. .. .. .. .. .. ..... ..... .... .... .... 75c

; t- -'.: I-lt-I"u i is being used by the winter. Capt. Jacob Kryger is always court house and other public mat- i, Br Lumber John Bright Co 17*!, Wy ness,to Pensacola Ladies' l-strapSandal Buckel and Bow. .. .. .. ... ... .. .... .... .$1.00
ters, he saw that the office would interfere Itr Mlddleham Castle U\ \1, Lloyd to Pen-
..: inspectors in place of ther I I genial and courteous and I: saoola Lumber Co
.. ... with his practice as a physician It Mongibello ::011. Lavatelll,* to Gulf
'II' uL 1 is hid up for: repairs. every person in his employ is attentive I Transit Co Ask for a Premium Card.

polite and ready to ervepatron" and, ever conscientious and !; Sales
1 I' ?o b- au ice cream Br Kings County :111I1.1 Salter to order ..
: ..
.. .. -ti .:.ii.. Army hall at b And eo it i is with the Bijou not willing to assume a place of I I lir Lizzie burrell. in distress FI
Bus Ocean, HM, Mat ten to S S: L Co I
r ; ,y uu'ht-music and I I bar aNo owned by Capt. Kryger. trust unless he could give all the HARKS

.i.A. .1.Mted.iViiatola I you are looking for liquid refreshments I' Nor Alexander Lawrence:!!, Haaverscn, 1 ;
: time required to its every detail, he BOSTON SHOE STORE [
that's the place to get them. to W H K..yser S Co.
.. K. Of P., decided that it would not be to Hue Albion,tW> Snail.tol9B LCo ,
L-1.!':' N :3, -- -- just i, It berslgliere, mil, feeko to Baars, Uun I

-d! au euthu.ttic meeting last FRESH YARD EGGS WANTED. himself or to the county to continue 1 wody Co I I
ItColumbinl.iUs FaroUi. to order XATIIAX CS. roKCHKLMDK: Proprietor.Leaders ,
j11 l fooferriug the rank of Enquire ; Kus Lima,SCO Burke to Pensacnla Lu m-I
candidate hence has withdrawn
| Bring them all to Nick Apostle's : as a i. ber Co ,
: :!Lr candidate This lodge I
> Restaurant. from the race. tlbotter Nor Mataura.l'o 11M3, Bruusgaard H P | of Low Prices. 117 South Palafox Street. );
hold jod i
> i?< meeting-j. II 'I* I
II K I(if) I
bit meeting" of the Cr>amopoh- If you are losing\ appetite lying !. It line Morelle B 144rt.Costa. to order I"

lub is". on the boards for tonight !BIG LOT OF I| awake nights take Hood's Sirsaparilla i, Came A hCIIOONEKS.Am Norton, -li;7, KH:till an I 52S 2S2S S2S 2S2S252 ):

,lock. dome "warm rp e&hea" ,, -it'!' just the tonic you need. to Jno A Merrill A Co I
: I ------ I lir GcorgianalMcott, to order1'Jilon I II
t n the program it was stited by EXPORT FREIGHTI I i.', Foster, Kuatun to master '
Ii I UI 1.I
i ineiit Myers man today. i THE BOARD OFPUBLIG
M.ilichi: colored, was bound I 'I HACOLA.8TKAM8HIF8..

: :... criminal court this morn- I There is at present a very large SAFETY 11'1'}
Beatrice. Kr. il! :I'!, Kdmard-,. 1'enartii May:
J i-tice Wolfe on a charge of ; amount of export freight in cars on llelsiiiLhori, Bwrd. Ids: Mohrelll, Hotter- tl
dC"UIalicbi was lta"ed I tlum May IKLlan
the Comuiaudaucia wharf tracks, >>annor, Kr saw! !, Croton, at Rio Ja- '.
.- .I\.iug a I'M;; appearance I The board of nieroLnnKbam. .
the public safety con std lIar 'll.'k June IIl'ortullalet..Ir. /
I and nearly every foot of space on Kr I 525ESES2S 5 .
:i*'?,Jenkins, at Hamburg
I vened in special session' yesterday
numerous tracks is taken up. May :1'
\hCull.lhb: issued a license SllverUale. ltr.1711 Halls kid Shletd4June4 .
afternoon for the of investigating
I A great lot of this is for the Leon-i purpose Kcotia Br, hid SV.. York June lo; {I
:-Mint Perkins and Odie Twickenham. lid Pantos June
Kr 12
.- -morning. The parties are I jora and Scotia, both of which are certain charges against /azpirak Hat Span' bid Kllbao March tt dtS.

: u.d were carried at 1 ( looked" for daily. The Ida, of the Police Officer George Parker, one of Rug SHIPS.lNi, lid East London!I Itndvllllon. SHIRT WAIST AND SKIRT SPECIALS

ifttiuiiou by JurticeEm- Strra line, is already here loading, which consisted in alleged misconduct March IV BU'IiS

f'. I and will lluish and probably sailI of family affairs. Antonio, I're,7.15sld: Palma May l.i; I I
Hugo. N or y5'. at TablA Hay March 7 :
-f Ethel, the little I this week. In her The principal witness against Leith Jan 12 .
Rouse: time cargo \' Malaga,April lit
iud )1 r1. K. Pearl, I Parker his but she '
I was wife was -- --- .MONDAY TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY. "
thi- after- will be a large number of cedar logs, I ... ...
: o'clock not present and it was stated she had ICE-COLD WATEIIM ELOXS AT I .i.iI
i now on hand, and which will be used
residence at
family 1 been sent out of town. In view THEUAKFIKLD ICE Co'I; :;
t.termeut in Warrins- in the manufacture of lead pencils. I
I I of this condition of affairs hearingof I ,,.AN'rEI). BI'i1N\ISO in the heart of the ;season; that you may derive the greater I
i Yesterday cars as : -"'- ...- --.... ; we offer you an opportunity to purcha the season's brightest a'
the until the
t j D.ivN returned yetertppuuttnents ". -i many as twenty-three separate rail- case was postponed \\"ANTKl; >-M\e young: men from Ks- I > > ideas and fancies lu SI1IKT WAISTS aDd SKI HT;$. There i is yet
in Bald- road lines were counted on the regular meeting to be held Wedue- cambia county at once to prepare for
i:i positions in the UO'l'rDm"lIt Herricr. Apply THREE months of seasonable wearing; so if yon have an eye to economy, I!!
Ala. where he had wharf. tolnler-!" tate torres. lust..Cedar Rap-
.\ ,
I day.The Ids, la. ITJlni' a recognition large values for little monty. you will be here bright and

'" rFSting meeting" Hfd i the latest! I board adjourned without early Monday. !
i A1'ANTKIi-A fir-it class bor+e- boer who
I j
interesting rmon
an ?
La I Nona' L. Bear & Co'sadvertisement
; "
I 1 taking up any further business. > 1) can give Apply to Hpl zerA
...ou last", night, the text i in I Kirkpatrlck. East garden street I'.o. '

J i* a spirit, and he that another column.jNUNNALLY'S. I -I Never Knrw Pain Killer to Kail Box l.-i, Peniacola. Kla. ITJ'tt COLORED WAISTS. JWHITE WAISTS. i

before, what can the matter be? - -
Our Entire Line f Colored There is I
Where is the bottle? There I > ; nothing so dainty as aWhite il j

thought so; it i is not Perry Davis' Waists in Percales, Dimity, Lawn Waist, and at thee prices .
r. I will fast. '
Painkiller at all, but something the and Madras.! they move ,

druggist must have made himself . .. ...-, $1.15)) sheer LawnWaM.... ... T.XJ I
Keep PercaleVait I
) now
and I did not notice it I have used $l O Wltl..r". .. .. ... .. .. .. $
Painkiller for years for; diarrl1lt'l.I : f Coo! \i T5c Lawn and Dimity now .. ..o:
; cramps and stomach aches ana it ( (N) Dimity !and Madras IiOW. 1 1$2.t.O and taw) .
I never failed.


; HIGH GRADE DIED THIS MORNINGMiss All of $Lt0' Lnen.kirts :.. .. .. :Me: !125 White Pique Nkirts- :!I ,i t '. .+

I All of our $1 50 Linen rkirta. .$I.10 ".20 Value ._ .... .. .. .. ... .. kin: ,!j" 1

I Blue Polka Dot Duck Skirt White f 2'2"> Value Band', circular .I I !! :. .

j Mary Toal a young niece of Pique Braiding: flounce ..Tailor..... .. .. .. ..$1611 I i! .

\ CANDIES Mr. R. E. Toal of this city whose #100 and fl.2"i Value. .... .....' 7oc I .f
fl.oO Value-$1O0 $2.tiValue, Emb. Inserting.-fl.lo i f
home is in New Orleans and who ,/' -- I.'

'f had been visiting in her uncle's family Blue Polka Dot Dimity $L2u Skirt f3.l 1\'aloe.. Embroidery inserting, I ; .

circular flounce ... .. .... .. ..Mc | circular flounce.. . .. .. ....|22.> :; f'
frc Alwavs. Fresh and Excel All Others. I died at his residence this morning 'Tis a Wise InjunctionThat : 1 [}rl

i hf typhoid fever. Her parents fjiV'
i is set forth in the accom- .i f.
have been notified (by telegraph of i pall 'i(1; illustration. But how to FANCY PARASOLS \ ;:

the sad occurrence, and the remains keen cool in warm weather if a cdal

f ...FOR SALE BY.,. will probably be taken to her borne stove i is used in the hou e? The up- ...TO BE SACRIFICED AT LESS THAN NEW YORK COST.... I.. '

for interment.For to-date housewife solves he problemby .
I r!
adopting the Gas Range instead. i : j.

SOL CAHN & CO. MRS. WIXSLOW'S Over Silly HISS Year SYRUP bat This saves time, labor and worry ; 75 Dozen Ladies' Summer" Collars, Leading Shapes and ., :I '! ''.

been used for over ititr years by millions gives convenience, comfort and I ;
k for their children while teething Heights to at 5c each.
with mothers perfect success. It soothes the child cleanliness. Xo heat, no ashes, no j go lf

ka softens the gnms.allays HI path,cures wInd dirt. Once ued. never discarded. I -- ._._---_._._-
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERS, colic and 1* the best remedy for Diarrhoea -
It will relieve the poor little sufferer im Any size or style desired furnishedby I II

p = of mediately.the world.Hold Twenty-Bve by Druggists cents In every a bottle can the Pensacola Gas Company at a W. J. & B.

a*,. Corner Palafox and Intendencia Streets. Be ng sure Syrup you,"and ask for take" other Wlntlow'a kind. Booth- very moderate cost.Peosacola : FORBES

dap arc i8. ** ." Pensacola, Fla. k islht'latelt! Gas Co. I I: -. tI

4 L La N l 0 fill a !Bee L. Bear & Co'sadvertisement ; :i Cleaning ladies skirts and waist I will repair your watches and

in I'? t ne oft specialties, Star Lana- l Jewelry In f1rpt-claA tyle. J. I ,
1 $S I another column. No. 3 S. PaUfox St., Pensacola. Fla I| :dry. Stephens.


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1 Effort of Strikers to Induce Them to "Woman In Black." A Society Belle of London, Canada.
Come Out Not Successful I
; Abe Lowen
New E Yor June -
: WilKesbarre. Pa.. June 16.-So: far as stein Jr.. 4 years old who was kid ISS MAY MARKELL flow in a healthy ar 1 rav

1 i: can be learned the effort of the .strik: Hon. R. Hudson Burr, Dade's Popular nailed from his home in New York on'i' a[ of London, Ontario, ural man.n..r. Menstn! a

; ers to bring out the fire bosses today May 24 by a "woman in [black! ha- Canada is a beauti started right is very easv '

was not as great a success as was expected I. Legislator Announces Candi: be.'n restored to his parents.Abe j ji ful girl who knows what keep regular through >
is and Wine of years of mature womar.Carduihasbroughtherback ( .
by the union. Information as i disapptared! while viewing a cir suffering M
Then the chance of *
is to the number that refused to go 10 I ens parade in company with his broth j 4 .1 "
and need not be feared. TWine .
dacy to health. She u one of the
work is | is
Il'r social favorites of her home womai s
bt-liettJ the number was not in black had taken Abe in her
I ; and her recovery to health best relief fro.m. youth ,
I great. The mineib' leaders say that Out in the Open as a People's Man and Promisesa It arms and held him a.otbe: crowd f i iSPO hu permitted her to enjoy old age. A million wor -

' at least bait of the fire bu"hf-s pro n'F -( the paraJers. A few moment have secured blessed '
Full and Fair'Consideration of the Produccers'Rights. the company of her many YIU MJ'MJruu", r
iced to stop work In the absence
q reports they say tb>y canuut at this': Refers to His Record at Tallahassee.TO I appeared. Xo trace of the boy was ;: a bed of sickness and suffering. For ing this treatment. It relieves menstrual

time give figures. I found until a few days azo. when a the health she now enjoys she gives troubles in an incredibly sh '

There was a general shooting if- im i( THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS OF FLORIDA: I !ad answering his description wa; credit to Wine of Cardui. She writes: time. In a simple caaa of deraag- .

fray near the William A. colliery of i' found in the streets of Paterson anil, "I have found Wine of Cardui in excel menses Wine of Cardui never fiiU. 15relieve

, the Lt'bghat! !: :> Coal company atI I In announcing my candidacy in the next Democratic Primary for the was sent to the almshouse.! His idenu | [lent remedy for female trouble. suffered disordered menses is to rem--11

Duryea shortly after midnight in which office of Railroad Commissioner I deem it proper to state explicitly the ncation ensuid. for three years with terrible bearing-down the cause of other female troubles. A rphysician

r.o one was hurt. There are conflict '; policy which I shall pursue, if I shall be elected.I j ji ,I pains at the menstrual period. I could will tell you that to re:. .e
of disease renders the.
rag reports as tu the nature of the i itroubl" am not an enemy of the railroads of Florida. I recognize in them i State Education; Assembly. I j hardly stand on my feet and was never the cause fact a seldom fails to "

Residents of the neighbor. : Important and essential agencies in building up the prosperity of the great 1 Rak-ish. Jun>j 1,1.-Prumiirr,; :t fdur real welL Wine of Cirdui was the only the easy cure.In If you would hare the en: -,.1 *-

hoot aid several coal anJJron police! : State of which I am proud to be a citizen But I recognize a decided difference i tois piorounfu the North Carolina medicine that I could depend: on to do me relief which Miss Markell secur. j:

: Ifft the colliery after midnight and between the railroads as agencies of civilization and the acts and j i earlier assembly Just (,!used ai any good, as I tried several! with no suc I Wine of Cardui. You can ta."e It w .
I cess.Tine of Cardui cured me and
were attacked by a number of men1 policies of many of the men who control them who have shown a nar Moreiuad the: most important ever''! out an examination and wiu .t

I who were lying in wait. They man row and grasping spirit in their dealings and who have by burdening the I,i htl.I in the state. Influences were sot have,now and enjoyed. perfect all health the credit for for two I' .. : .-

I agf-d to hoard car for Pittston. it I'; business of tLe State with unreasonable and exorbitant rates, unquestionably in motion which they confidently "'xpp years g'IVe.Yo the privacy of your home ad"1 1j '
know deserve it.
said without bring injured. All this i i retarded growth in prosperity and population: in many of the best sec- 'I ( t to rewound greatly to the advancj you j just as much benefit a* if a cl! r
I For a girl Wine of Carlui 13 it for Thcusarthe : ,- :
was denied: at the office or the Lehigh tions of the State j meLt of educational methods. es|.,-,'ia'- youn you. .
be.t remedy to guide her through men are feeling the vigor ot n ".
: Valley company. The officials of the ; It Is not disputed by any responsible authority that a railroad borrowing i j I ly along the line of agricultural in womanhood by starting the menstrual health by taking Wine of Cari ..i.
.ompany said a number of Italians: i ivfre strut tion in the" rural public si'houL-
I as it does from the State the public rIght to own and operate j
', having ceMiratioa' and that in th,- "in
a met'har.kalln"trlltilJn i
i and
public highways, takes upon itself special obligations to the State to con A million @! '.
iii'y: began firing n-volveis in the air. duct its business in such a way as to promote the public, welfare. schools. WINE f CARD VI Lave fouxd Carof .
Tinyiie not nar the colliery. Tom i O Wine of
Cheap and efficient transportation is essential to the public welfare
':1 sal and non police of tlucompany! 1 i Peru Wants Beer Ssttlers.Nrw .
: j to.ia and the public Is justified in demanding not as a favor, but cs an indefeasible -
wl'r.fof'D at the offices ) They Yorh June 16.-The IVriiv-!
right that the railroads hall furnish transportation:: for freight

;I ti.eir t-aid they families came and into get the to They vis't and passengers;; as good in quality and as cheap in price as it is possible, '; press is urging: the government to S'ni'1African tadopt THE NEW GROCERY STORE.MOVER .
measures get
consistent! with the protection of the rights of th. owners of the property '
deny: that thy were attacked. j i thus used in the public servue.C I' Doers to immigrate to thaI D -_ = -::: =--==::: == --

country, according: to a H MINERS BECOMING DESPERATE.,1 I
patch from Lima. WILL
i Troops May Have to be Called Out In
Pocahontas Field. Keeps a Complete First-Class Up-to-Date Stockof
I ,
The reader* of this will be
Pramwel!, \\'. Va., Juno 1C.-Several I paper
hundred mores strikers: turned to J pleased to learn that there iat lea-t Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries.

i dnd y one" dreaded li-eae that -eieiice
work this morning in the Top
Tug lUver coal fields, probably half ha* hen: able to cure in all it-ta.; -* Nd 30 W. Government St., Salisbury Block

the number who struck a week ago I and that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh TIXKPHO.NK 3:

having returned to work. I Cure i is the only positive cure now .
The remainder now out are becoming Known to the medical fraternity

dt s,,(-rat*-, This mornini probably: 1! Catarrh being a con-titutinnal di--

1"0 of the strikers, heavily armed, left I' H-.e, require* a con-titutionul treat- ICE AND WOOD.WE
xiient. Hall' Catarrh Cure i is taken .
Simmons, where there are 2J: collien '*
internally, acting directly upon the
and startfd on a march to Poiah-ci { r 4 blood and mucous surface.) of the EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH L.r.OER TRADE

tas. They allege that thy will stop THIS SUMMER THAN EVE EFCRE
bfheve -if the di-ea-e. and
; ail work thre. Many th.t ;jriviiithe;

troops) will soon b- necessary in Hi patient strength by building up the
t c'nii-titution and a--i,tin nature in SEND US YOUR ORDERS NCW.
, i field as serious trouble is lIIl'JII 1.,1 ", ;;

:;w: .a doing nave so its much The in curative proprietor* Thompson Olsen cC Co.
a'rd _
J power-. that they: otter One" Hundred
l "Thank pKMlness," sisbe!
"I Will: I set a little rest miiayVliy ." cure. ?'end bur li-t of tetimmiiaNAddre Manresa Street, Telephone l4 ;.

"\ do you say Hut': quer,i-d Ins ,:':. F. J. CIIE\E\' & Co..
dH. Toledo O.
w 1
..1 4.O use.:. went (.n the! hti-'nn'I."only l'old by; Dru/ri-t*. Toe. ESTABLISHED:: IBG3.
,, u |portion of the Sun.l.iy paper

(':lwe. '-Ohio State iounial. ti Death of Mrs. Sarah Estee. McKENZIE OERTING & CO.,

--- -- N u Ynrl;:. June !'>.-Mrs. Sarah E.te. .->
\ ( Iaoi.. ofI..hl"... M Q --DIALI&g- 0
wife Morns
runner of M. Esto"-

r markffl"I"lu hilvidiciilet what| tl.i-! 11I1I'lillillivllair' ?'! to .imi m/e," re tubes fornia. candidate and now! for federal governor judge of in Call Hdaii. Ship Chandlery and General >Hardware> ,

way has been found dead in her hoard
"1"11I ;:'.ir:.; to quit| buying political I 008 AND 605 3. PALAKOX 9THEKT.
Inshouse in Brooklyn where she hai
tIIlchillf'oI aid funifiit injvjlf with lie-
made her home during the past ten
f) !ill;: the I'Ublic in an automobile" i I i years Mrs. Estee was before her marriage REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLING'S HO.NH CO.'tt ,
W'ashiugiou star.Miirlrnt GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RD88EL & SON'S PCMPH.
; i to Judge E.'tee Miss Sarah Phi!

( j '
Mrs. It!iiii.itii! -I cin't you thinkgrow I Tenn. COMPASSES, LOGS, ETO.

U'tti r In lUni'j as I prow older I' C. McKenzie Oerting Collecting Agent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent Asso

I liiiili.iin-\fs. and it's really too bad Printing Pressmen's Convention. ciation.

OllII't He! a" long ns they did in I' Baltimore June 16.-The fourteenth

: !'.able tinio. Von ini::lit then l"ecuue: u annual convention of the Intel-nation

y veritable l bratty: .-Xew York Times.: : al Printing Pressmen's and Assistants The Star
union of North America assembled Laundry
) I ,
t leads Them All here this morning with delegates present
; One :Minute Cure belts all H!:V,. HUDSON BURR.
Cough ; from every state in the Union awl i
medicine- tried for : Biggest Busiest Best !
; fier ever t Canada. Many important questions ,

cotih l ;, c-ild-5, croup! and throat and The railroad ImMiiess: K mnnol"'h"tl'i in its very essence, for the !1 will come before the convention, in

lung truubles," says I). :Scott Currin individualsbo uses it has pt-nerall m eholoe but to accept the service | eluding one to grai.t autonomy and a

'. of Logintoii, P.i.: On* Minute Cough tendered!, at the price which the carrier sees fit to ask or else to go out separate national organization to thjI

; Cure i i.; the only a'j-solutely safe i of business Railroad managers: are but human, and It is natural that i I press feeders' assistants. '- r \lYe\ Gather Up Things !
eolith r..tnt'dwhich art i unuiediitely. i- : they too often abuse the tremendous i)(>wer thus placed) : in their hands to I - -- u

: ; Mother* -rywherB testify extort, in the well )Known phrase of a great railroad magnate, "all that the WAS WASTING AWAY. ev
to t"h !/"<>d it ha* dine their little traffic will bear," which means, leaving to the Individual producer a bare ( 1,+, i From all parts of the city.
The following letter from Robert .
OHM. Croup! \ uJJcn iu its attacks -i living, and taking for themselves the lion's share of the profit of the industry ,
.. R. Watt of :Mlem. Mo.. i.* in- t"uc- Ye'
that the doctor often arrive Our
delivery will cal
of the community. It was to meet this situation that Railroad Com tive "I have beeu troubled with l r I t men anywhere
: :
too late. It yields at OUCH t-> Oil" 'i
missions have been established. I j kidney disease for the lat five at time that >.
I Itnute Fong:'I!! Pure PI M-uut to any suiy u.
take. Childn-M like it. Sure cure The people of Florida have had the services of a Railroad C'omraision :. vears: I lot fleh and never felt 'i

i for grip.! hrouetiitkcuui h;. H irLNPh.irm.icv. -'> for nearly rive years I would not belittle what has already been accomplished j; well and doctored with leading; physicians Write or telephone us and we'll H-
and tried all remedied -ujrI -
; K.ihn. John Hiepiurd. Sidney !, but we all know that many of the wont evils remain untouched. Bested I without relief. Finally I deavorto serve you Letter than any

I -- Today the producers of Florida are paying rates disproportloned to i tried Foley' Kidney Cure and les J other Laundry can.

1,* of I'oterty. .j I the services rendered by the railroads. than two bottle* completely cured"
:. I me and I am now sound and well.
"No," iniiM-d the lour I husbandmanI Today the lion's share of the product of our toil goes into the coffersof iV.. A. D'Alemberte. 121 S. Palafox.
i ALL WORK C. 0. D.
do not envy the rich. I have no bitter j j these great corporations. I GC( S Call[{ for and DtliHred Free

frclittg toward thO.. who roll In
llalaaiA from the Weodi
1 Today our produce must compete in thH markets with the produce ofothr TELEPHONE J 14. 27 GARDEN ST.
wealth. My soul harbors no thoughts 'iI ; tra in I'JLJ-Bu:;im.llti! ctruj cure(or eo:rec.
sections which enjoy, through the action of their Railroad Commissioners i I
of malice "'\\lIl'1llh,* men who are |H>pularly Ii --
I or through the more enlightened spirit of the managers of their WALKER INGRAHAM Manager.
l'I'1'1oulIlI..l to revel In luxury. I OA9'1ORIIL.Beare ,
I railroads, rates much lower than ours.
Here be Picked up the slick with i the the K nd Ytu Ba.s 1'eat) Bel

,- t which he hat Ixfii Lieu tit, the .parlor Our Commission has performed great; service in collecting! !: claims and '; BJguature _' --- --- -- -- -

I carpet aad recumed operations, hayingliftwwn in like matters; but these things could have been done at the cost of some of 'I Medical Society Attention.

Mr".k. >: money and inconvenience to the individual through; the courts. But we There will be a regular meeting; of

t "Thiukha! \' lla-to Ix-at-n ill loll I have not gotten: the relief we had a right to expect in the exercise of the I Marston $ Quina are sole KIDNEY DIKHSES he Pensacola Medical Society a*.

1 -dollars'-worth of these-dad blawtdcarI'etsctery greatest prerogative of the Commission-the power to make rates-a power the Board of Health office at *

sPriuP'-Baltiwore' I lodged in no other body. They have given us freely relief which we agents for the celebrated .1 o'clock p.m. Tuesday June 21.

i I could otherwise have secured!, but the CONTROLLING forces of the present ,, Odorless refrigerators, tut tin meet fatal of lU dJs :i Invited Visiting physicians are cordial
to attend.
American.ling Commission have too often shrunk from the exercise of the higher
rapido Credit. : absolutely guaranteed or '&:CI. DR. E F. BRCCK,
and more important function of REGULATING RATES. ,
"A proiuinotst restaurant keeper iu \ money refunded. j jI i iI President
New' York has jut untried: \ tine of the I make these plain propositions to the people of Florida: I N .- i I I IOUEYCUIEIsi I DR. W. C. DKWBERY

girls in his 1ll1JIII) ." I First-That we have a right to demand lower freight and passenger '! There's lot of money to be madeIn FOLEY'II n25ttf Secretary.

". nutlll'r proof. I suppose, of the desperate rates over the GREAT TRUNK LINES AND' SYSTEMS which operate ia real estate-lots; of it. A real estate -
I sign is; usually a flnzer-board: to I I I i Marston
straits to which restaurant # Quina care
our State, though we must recognize that ome of the smaller railroads refunded.rtmtdlM Coot&h
in ait effort to down 'wealth. Tho C. Wfatton k ormootj a the
are put keep largest line
are not In position to make such reductions. of matting
the Real
Co., leading; Estate firm dud by
: smi'
-Cle\eland Plain Dealer
expenses.: : I I I nco
I Second-That In violation of law and Justice, special privileges In the have some offers which it wouldbe rugs, window shades, etc.
: of free and perhaps of preferential 'I worth your while to consider. Go I I Dint phyildini u the bat fot in the
Chronic bronchial trouble and' way passes: freight rates are given to city. We lay our
and see them to-day, and don't wait
summer cough can be quickly re Individuals practice which, besides giving undue advantages to the recipients I till to-morrow. kIdAtr and Bpi.4&r troublu. matting free.ADMINISTRATOR'S.

lieved and cared bv Foley Hone I of these favors and injuring those to whom they are denied raises I na..IM\ i

and Tar. W. A. D'Alemberte, 121 i the prices which the general public has to pay and. worst of all. Introduces W. A. D'ALEMBERTE.KENTUCKY. NOTICE.

S. Palafox. I a subtle and dangerous form of corruption into our public affairs. I SHERIFF'S SALE.By I II I Estate of L. M. Kimberly, deceased.
virtue of an execution I' aa !d oat of
If I shall be chosen by to the State in this Notice It hereby given that on the ,'"
Cg8TORI.A. you serve Important capacity the justice of the peace court of district No. day of July, A. D.1rd" I will apply to t. .
I pledge myself to use every honest effort to remedy these abuses. 2 of Etcamb.a, county state of Florida Honorable Probate Judge of Escamtcounty. a
JiwrsBajt wherein K. R Pitt Mill Company plamtlfl -
,. Burs tla As an evidence of my sincerity In the matter, I refer to the bill pro- and GUI Rill Is defendant. i have levied Florida oa discharge from iadmlnutratlonot :.-
tlutsnsf ct2t' Wnl THREE CENT PASSENGER FARES for the railroads of Florida. upon and will sell at public outcry to sin aid WILLIAM estate. FISH IB,
the highest! bidder for cash. In front of the
1( Introduced by me in the Legislature of l?O)1. and passed: through the low. county court house door in the city of Pealacolaat Ja27oam4m: Administrator.
--- I lto'clocknoon: on Monday July
er house. Tth,lord, the following described real estate
The man who owns his own home : lying and being lathe county of Etcambla, I I
I believe It Is possible under the operation of
proper a just fearless LODGE DIRECTORY
insures himself against lots of state ot FlorIda. to-wit: Ten (10) acres in
trouble and worry. Nobody can and Impartial Commission to bring a'.out a better relation between the northeast corner of a forty (<01) acre tract In I IL\IPIR
,) carriers and producers of the State to a better and Noreea!!: Grant Township one (1) south ?
raise his rent and the rent day hag encourage more Range thirty (aJ) westsaid forty (W) acres '" -
no terrors for him. It's easy to own wholesome growth of our great industries and to found a more lasting deeded by J.B. Roberts :o A. H. Wilson; KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
recorded in book (I"t pages (213). (?U) and
home ThOS. -
a now-a-days. C. for the State.
& prosperity
i I ((215)) deed records of Escambla ,
Watson & Co. can tell you how R. HUDSON BURR. Florida.and deed by said A.county H. Wilson stateof WHISKEYSoil PenMcoU Lodge No. 8, K. of I1.

eaey it I!. Call and see them. and wife to Gas kiss, recorded In book (Mi, _. tttMts every Monday eVes-
I pace (5l.). May 9.h. 1'11S: together with the a97A Castle Hall
---- at

Seasonable householdand longing improvement menu and or In appurtenances anywise thereon appertaining.OEOKUE and thereunto the her. ltl'be- t I: : i the'brethren.third Bloant floor.-.cordially Watioi!

kitchen utensils at the TRY TUB BBW WART LUMH! SMITH.saeri.T.Feniacola r ft M.CAKFBKZ.L,

: I ,Jane ,lr1 i:
; Willis Hardware Co.'s. I -_. Jaoawsw I ._ Soil!( ly Daniteiser Bros.- HOIILIB K. B.II,; 8. C.O.


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STEAMSHIPS. Galluchat Out of Race. of the democratic party for that office.

-- - ---- Charleston S. C.. June 16.-!\ 0.Galliuhat In the event a candidate does not receive I

'att ,aK of Berkley, who recently Ton's PillsFOR a majority of the votes cast an
'..14f4 *
J *
tiL7 announced that he would make the other primary election will be held on

I OCEAN TRIP & race for congress from this district, the 12th day of August Iftto\ !, choose I I!
I between the
has come out In a card in which he two candidates receiving llIIIai

YORK BOSTON }; says he will not run. This leaves the.race TORPID tlVER. 1 the highest vote In the July primary. j jI
L du u\v t I A liver i I The voters of the county at large I i''! t
torpid deranges the whole
OJ;)( n Thomas \V. Bacot and
/\;s n system and produces shall vote for the chairman and: secretary I

j EASTERN RESORTS George S. Legare. both of whom are I of the executive committee and 41R

members of the Charleston bar. From SICK HEADACHE,.=. the voters of each precinct shall vote :

y present indications the campaign will Dyspepsia,Costiveness,Rheumatism for a member of the executive commit I

me \l\\\t\:\ Q) be bitterly fought, and practically all i Sallow Skin and Piles. tee from his precinct and the candidate i for Infants and Children. | .

Interest hereabouts 1 for the executive committee receiving -I
will in1
l" .1 AN STEAMSHIP COMPANY: be centered There is no better remedy for these the highest vote cast shall be ',: Ca'tnria i'l a harmless, sub-itUtile for Cantor OH, Parcjroric I ,

KK'K( MMVUE II this btruggle. common diseases than DR. TUTT'S !la member of the executive committee I Drops and Soothing1 Syrup It is IM<>a>ant. It '

,0 Hours of Ocean Breeiea LIVER PILLS as a trial will prove. until his successor shall be chosen in I I contains neither Opium Morphine nor other :Narcotic

Sailings each WeeK f Lila n."eDIU' Take No Substitute. the year 1904. tub-tance. .It destroys AVonns and allays Foveri>hne.s;!<.

I II| It cures Diarrlura and \Vind Colic. It relieves Teething .,
Mr. Ire Lone being introJucerlV- ---- I
9h (on -------
3 -- ---
from Savannah Ga. \ Qualifications of Voters. Troubles and cures Constipation. It regulates the t
J Miss Coquette and I have met before.Miss Stomach and Bowels giving and natural bleep. I
', a tl.H 1'oprilar LineIUIN tn Those, and only those shall healthy I !
-irviHHiiitliiwiitH, V : Coquette (cfh1ln-l'es. I remember I THE PRIMARY persons The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.
::1 .,. 'I. t ..\, II'..1.. .S farts now. ; be permitted to become candidates before f :'

t i n >i.mii 5, Mniilrnt>tl and I'liniti:-, )n *irjf ) "We will let bygones be by?; ont'g, for I or toote at or participate The Kind You Have Always Bough "
t v.a 1ILrt I in the management of this primary :
time heal all wounds and doubt I
Rrat.r.vo.... a.rr.rlaMG J election who are white democratic electors i '
.".. r alt a.e.r To VOKXFKAL was n very dilly lay at the time." : ELECTION CALLA for Bears the Signature of iI i
duly registered the electionin
,.. .. ..
-iil'.M; 'c oi li. rl. f
I ,L.. AtfrMt !... *r.t., I la. "P.oyV" I the year 1900, and on the 12,13 and I ;
I+..ra Irrl.t L."II..tla. "I must nave been. It was ten years I --- 14th days of June 1902, who declare ;

,,";( ;:( '";f"f'f J ago and your reason for refusing me their adherence to the principles and I .
I primary election of the democratic
was that you were old enough to be my I party will be held in Escambia county i organization of the democratic party, 1
tuutJe.r n national state and if ,
county who
FHEXCIl SCHEDULEwing I Florida, on the 15th day of July, A D.
; they voted the
at election
regular ;
j .
1002, for the purpose of nominating
is the schedule of the A TROLLEY PARTY candidates for the following offices: election held next preceding such primary I In Use For Over 30 Years.
then voted the democratic
One United States Senator. J
tot CCNTAUW Corr.wr, TT MUftH.V TPf fT. MOY re.a CRr. ,
II ,
steamer General French ticket, national, state and
TUESDAY NICHTThe One Representative in Congress, 3rd county who are by the lawsof __ I'
v THE NEWS prints for the.f District. -- --- -
the state lawful electors of
: the merchants who hip One Justice of the Supreme Court. REMOVAL NOTICE.
Ladies' Aid Society of the the election district in whicu they .

>d* to the various army church will One Secretary of State. offer to vote, who have paid their poll 16,600 fru. ::1
Presbyterian give a i
One Awarded at Paris
Comptroller. taxes legally due not less than ten /
Trolley Party Tuesday June 17th. Two Railroad Commissioners.One I I Dr. G. H. Tuttle
:..acnla ...... ._ ... ... ..... :'_ apm. days before such primary election is\\I
i kr:cue. .. ... ... ......... 7: llli. m. for the benefit of the church building State Senator :nd District. held, and who shall, when challenged'by '
KI.II .. .. ............._. -:1141 i ia. m. fund Children's hour, from Two Members of the House of Rep I any elector pledge in writing upon'Ii Dr. J. G. Heard, r
.. micas .. ... ... ......_ ":IS: a. m. resentatives. i guiNALAROCHEWINE
a-ncola .... .......... .. ..U'UJ: a. m. 5:30: to 7:30, fare 15c ; adults, 7:30: to oath before an inspector his honor to
I One Tax Assessor. abide by and support the result of !such DENTISTS.
CHiruiicHS: 11 :10 a. rat and then
!'JSO: fare 2oc. Ice cream and cake I
| to Fort MuKre and flea rri | One Tax Collector. I primary and vote for the nominees f I
ranca will be served on Fisher's lawn. One County Treasurer. Hoonig 7 and 9, Masonic i Trniplr.
micas ........ ..... ..... 1:15 p. m. '| therefor. 'i i CORDIAL
.., II' .. ... ..... .. 1:i"i: The party will start at the junction Pive County Commissioners I The inspectors to conduct this elcc- All branches of !'urltlcalOpt'raUvt! and
-urola .... ... .... 4:: I | Three :Members of the County Boar tion will be selected the commit- ,,,i I I KTthf; t recommendations for cure of Poorness Mechanical D nIlKlr)' pHrform..d with tech'
of alai by
!I.. .. ...... ;.:IS 11'11I'1. ix and Gregory; street, of Public Instruction. I Ii of Flood. Stomach troubles and General De- meal rktll.LPy .
| tee at a meeting to be held at the : Increases the appetite, Slrcnlthens. :
r"n"'lJtJ and Tickets be obtained: the
I. p.m. can at rliililrfn'gTeMh.t.old
junc- attention
lOne Justice of the Peace for DistrictNo. I thencnesandluildsupthecalireSystem!
and return. i i office of Judge T. R. Mc:Cullagh. at and Killing, Crow
!, tion. One. 7:30 p. m., June :24! 1902.! This crm- tS me J\"uot and llrlitge Work.llest .
\\' i idays: and Saturdays' the One Constable Districts Nos. 1, mittee will\ meet at Judge McCul- PARIS ,lateriait'ompetentEgmputtat; ij j jF

\ : l-.tve Hirnineas: via Pick-I | 3.I.. 5, 6. lagh's office at S o'clock, Saturday :. foiiKrra A f'".
.'. .uola at 6:;;0 p. m. One Chairman of the County Executive .'.eaa..t. Telephone No. (17$.
I Nasal night July 19! 1902! : for the purpose ofcanvassing

.-rul French is for f rs Committee. the vote and announcing p -
: army -
One Secretary of the County Executive ::
and outsider mut CATARRH I
'ily any
i lpto Committee.One in-spectors

..-- from the her.quartermaster: In all Its ta!: s there r0ro'A ht member of the county executive i I returns of said election; if they have
--.urc III hAr 1
cuoulil be ck'oiiuucis.Elj's FEVER Committee in and for 'nCilClSU5.. i not been already forwarded to the a r WI ijr GO.t R '

'ream BahlrfleeraontieesudLcas one to twenty, inclusive. chairman of this committee.
: A The State Executive Committee has C. B. PARKHILL, Hew tiny Capsules! ircsupcrior)

STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE the d'-ea-cd: IIl !!!hrlle. DeMIt :: prescribed the rules and regulationsof DAN :MURPHY Chairman. [ :) Balsam of Copaiba, /""*\ | -lmrortersandDealersInCbebe -

1 eiirt*calirrh! and dri9: the primary for state officers including Secretary. and Injectioni'f/j/ y)I
i I. M 1'riiNarula and Milton( -Boat IIUY a co4 mCrviini the Ltd ,at lt;' the State Senator and members j Tht'1'l1rein48hours\he V _x | Chinese and Japanese

'l'lek y. of the House of Representatives, I wroe drftsta without any'mcon-i;
r.un-: IIIII3' K\i-e|>t huitclay.CITY lialm !is placed Into the nostrils! epreadeover and the County Executive Committee Evans to Run for Serate. 'tJ..ol1UC 'JOl D 8T III DRUGGISTS Fancy Goods,

the membrai.e and is absorbed Relief: im- i at a meeting held in the office of Columbia, S. C.. June K..-John '
OF TAMPA. moiliue i.Ji cure follow*. It is not 'Irjir. ;- ; County Judge :McCullagh on the 2Cth Gary Evans former governor; who was _ TEAS

'Hin l.v lYiHU-olB.l.Opm: I tot produce rne ziug. Large!$i50 cent at lJruI \:. day of :May, UII.!:; provided rules and defeated tor the senate by Ju @-e Earle: 31 South Palafox SL
ILIIt\ Milton. ..:.ximjjin :irts or by mail; Trial Sue. 10 cents by mai. regulations follows in accordance
as and again hy McLaurin. has filed his Woman Office. Pensacola Fla.
Every Laundry ,
f. i.- R.'and trlpftaa.PtIJTICALANNOUiCEIIE'TS.. ELY BKOTUEUS.5S Warren i-UeeU New York. with the platform and regulations of
pledge and put up an entrance fee (ot _
i and -- -- V V--
i the State Executive Committee for the ll iutereileil ilionld knnw
the senatorial contest. He has jut tty alivut the wonderful NOTICK.I .
nomination of candidates for Tax Assessor ;

Tax Collector County Treasurer returned from Washington; where he i. Iti Thenewtalerrt.M4RVEL Whirling,., Spray have been authorized to take

I ) i County Commissioners, School was assured by Senator Tillman that t twn and Ml.'tuftiim.-MoM CunvetrnIl H t-'Jar. subscriptions! for Wm. Jennings

Board, and :Members of the Executive he was "hands off" in this rata IansI 3 r Itka..e t..IU Bryan's paper, "The Commoner.

.- _____ __ i! Committee: | and I atlmer are old antagonists, a.i ,.. .......,..,.. 4: The price is $1.00 per year in ad ,
I Ii The names of the candidates for'1 well as reformers, and will cut into Ifbr .nwtenpptytEe 4 w vance. Those desiring the paper ,
for: re-election as member of the these different county offices and members each other. ; vonurbutrendnaugfarn \ r/ can have it pent to them by sending .

rot Mate Senator. I5oird: of Public Instruction from' of the Executive Committtee must InenatMbuot.wltplvee' 1 $1.00) to the undersigned. t I
fmipartlrular.and'dr.;' > In. /
1' r IrtEuahrtQLlmti.MSRFlt.tVO.
'I' f I"I.t- f H. s.: W. A. Blount district No. 3 of Kscatnbia; county, be printed upon the official ballot to bt .. H.M. ROCHE, ,

: rt,y ..iiiiioiiinmi as a candidate subject to the action of the demo- used in said primary election July 15 Farmers to Build Oil Mill. Room 3-J c Times Kldg., New York. Care Daily News.

: .":.:.:'I" S. n.i.r tr..m thi, the Sec- cratic primaries July 15. 11)02 and no blank lines will be left Carrollton Ga.. June 1C.-:Merchants of
.it-ir'.il I DNtrict: and respectik I Clem. 6 miles southeast of '
on said ballots and no voter will be here in
t'it-, of all Iemo- For County Commissioner.
-upport allowed to tote for or write the nam this! county, are agitating a move meet THE GARDEN SECTION
'S"i' luinat the coming primary. I hereby I If
announce myself as a !
of any candidate on the said ballot. to build an oil mill there soon. A
camiiihite for re-election as countycuniutis .
For Representative. ..:ioner from district 5J of K;- unless the name of the candidate be I stock company Is in process of formation oOFoPensacola
said ballot. f
friends ;c.tt1.. Loftiii take cambia county subject to the action printed on to be composed of a large numI
A bath desiring to have his ft.
of the democratic primaries July 15. inrson I her of farmers each Florida.
i aiis of announcing him as a the election owning a small !
printed on primary
'i name ,
I and ask the support of the voters. I stock.
'(tie for Representative in the ballot as a candidate for the above amount of --

I'nre from Kscambia county Jonx u. \'i Ei.!'lf. f-onnty offices and executive committee 1 --- Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.I''fir I:

y desire the surport of allr shall tile with the chairman of this : Sa\'f'\II-'rf'lI\ '\ Fame
: it* in the cwmiiij primary.For For County Commissioner.Mr. I
county executive committee on or be 1 "Everybody ;said I had consumption -

Frank Johnson hereby announces fore the noon hour, 12 m., on the 24th ," writer Mrs. A. M. Shield* of Beautiful Lots for Sale. ;!r'

Reoresentative. himself as a candidate for day of June, .\. D. 112 his notice of
Chamb<'rsburg; Fa., "I was ?o l low :
ii.ndof Henry C. Clopton relectioii a* county commissioner candidacy and application in writing J
after six months!! of severe =ickne#?. ,40x137% feet at from $75 to $200 each accord
',*'j' !him as a candidate for from district four, E-cambia county, to have his name so printed upon a ,

-, ;itativ- in the Legislature{ Subject to the will of the democratic blank to he furnished by said chair1 I cau-ed by Hay Fever and Asthnu.; ing to location and surroundings. ''J

.'.:itinlii't county, and request voters in the coming primaries. He ,1'man, accompanied with a sum of i that few thought I could get well .
.,n -.fall democrats in the does this for the reason tint he assessed by the committee as I Good
money, View
I Exceptionally
II i but learned of the marvelou- merit Beautiful i
,1"I1I"'ratl primary.For wants the office and thinks he can follows: I :
be of benefit to the best interests of Each Candidate for Tax Collector of Dr. King's New Discovery for High, Dry Fertile Lands. :

Representative. the whole county. If his friends .$100.00 I Consumption used it, and wa completely -
,,1"f Chat M.Costonau- and thfi people interested agree with Each Candidate for Tax Asses cured. For desperate; Throat The grandest opportunity for investment ever
and Lung; Diseases it is i the safest .
him he will their
ia candidate for rep- sup sor ,;;.00 .
S. cure in the world and i i.* infallible cffered in Pensacola.
i-i the legislature from port. Each Candidate for County I for Coughs! Colds and Bronchial .
.n., :and they a-k thei Treasurer 75.00; --
y. : Affections. Guaranteed bottle
For County Commissioner.The 5oc. Home Seekers Should See These Lots. t
I .ulocrat; in the comr'ai'roid Each Candidate for County commissioner
friends of J. W. Brewton of and $L.tkl. Trial bottle free at W. A.

district No. ij announce him as a 10.00 D'Alemberte's South Palafox. i
Each Candidate for School
For Commissioner. candidate for re-election from said A. Cliilblos
Board 10.00
district, Mibject to the action of the S-E ARrS ;
: .' :idly the ruhtsof tI e July 15. Each Candidate Justice of Peace 5.0' FRANK BATH HOUSE
,.1 ",Iuct'r; to more c mliands Each Candidate fur Constable. 5.00 Corner Garden and Alcaniz Streets. ?f" '

I .' :." of the Flor- Candidate for members of the Executive !, Deep water sea bathing, night or ,

I r,'iiiuu!..ion, I solicit For County Commissioner. Committee are not required to day, for white people only. special t:

>t all Iiesnocrats who I I hereby announce myself a, a pay' any assessment. | compartment for ladies, with lady at- K.C. HRt: T. W.M. H K.NUWLKH: W K HYKtt JR., J. H, KKK8K.President. :. i

di-fhratioii: of grit candidate for county commissioner As soon after June 24 as possible a tendant. Neatest, best and cleanest Vlce-l'resident r.tbier. A g't Caihler J

:.'rth. i in my pia tr..rrn. r trout di-trict, subj-ct to the actionof list of all candidates for above-named ;bath house in the city. Bath 5 :

.trurlll sent t.> one the voters at the ensuing democratic FRANK
any positions will be printed in the news cent SWAKI.

I1!- at \\V-t l''ilm I'.Hiich, primary July 15. papers; and the chairman of the committee 1 Cor. Cevallos and Zuragos-a S.ts First
R. HlTHOy HUKU. I D.V.. t). Y AlUIJIIl"iU. will give a receipt for each National Bank ::

l <>r County Treasurer. For Commissioner. notice of candidacy, received, and if If you want a nice present to give

ds of Frank I'.rawner: : County after the 24th day of June any person to a friend go and look through thp

lance him a* a c uulidate The friends of J. H Robert an claims that his name has been left 'elegant line of suitable articles; at OF PENSACOLA. FLA. .

's Trea-urer of K-cambia off of the list of candidates published J. I. Stephens, you surely can find '
his claim will be rejected unless hf something to please If'ou t tI
I'! < 'ct to the action of the you. DIFI..EOTOnB: :: ,
primaries July I 13; and I from District 1. "ubject to the actionof holds! a receipt for same trom the want anything in the Diamond line
the democratic primaries July him before WM. H. 3NOWLEB, W. A. BLOUNT F. C. BRENT Y. K.
!I'" support of the! voters. chairman.If be sure to see yon buy.CASTORIA HYER, JLI ,
-- 15. They believe that the material a larger number of candidates! II I D. G. BRENT, .

Mir County Treasurer. interests of the county demand hi? shall be announced than were contemplated I

.'" my-elf a candidate for re-election and theyk the supportof when the above assessment was 1l

.11: for thf position of every democrat: -ei-iirir.g it. made, the committeean, if they see I I rmi; ail Uniipe tx bJ ; Ult t ad 01 I

i-ur.-rof Kscambi.i couiit Commissioner.I fit to do so. cut down the said assess For Infants and Children. .
.,. of the demo- County
? action ment. The wters of the entire county -

:.11 y. announce nty-i-lf a candidate for i will vote on the aJm'C'nam'l! coun- The Kind You Have Always BouglS

J. W. FlU TEn. election as 'nil ty C'IIt'II"-I"I1t"r for officers including the chairman and draw onr own Bills of Exchange on Great Britain, Ireland

district X.'. I t. p'nuary to be held secretary of the executive committee Bears the FJfI // Oeraany. France Austria, Italy, Holland, spain, Belgium Russia, Not
For Assessor. July 15"l..nd a-k for tic! support of the justice of the and
except: Signature
Sweden Denmark and other
way, European conntriea.CSPVeasela. .
by announce myself as a.if all democrat-. constables, and the candidates for a k
: forr -eltctrlta.'t'ax As-
who shall receive majority -
office a -
county Disbursed the Mos
-- -- -- -- I IL I upon Favorable Terms, and thell i
'i I K-catnbia county, subjectviot of the votes cast for that latest '"
all is the Obligations Taken Payable at Port of egtiratlon Ten or Fifteen
> 'if the democratic priJ.y For County Commissioner. office shall be declared! the nominee L U\T, Orilla] See: I., Hear & CVs I liter Vessel Arrives there. Dill I :
:. 1;,. I Tinf' iends ot W. A. Shelby here- [ advertisement in ;
-- -- -
W. W. RiriiAKiw. i bv announce hi? candidacy for reeetion another column. Boxes for I ;
rsafety Deposit Rent in Connection
| as county commissioner j"J \.alli of, ''
For Tax Collector. ifi -m di-tiict No. 3 of K-cambia: M the record of Painkiller ( Perry IF YOU ARE with which WA hare e. Prira Apartment for theUcA : j

by announce m\>elf as :a itaty !ubjtct to the action of the of Renter i it
.' .:for re-el ction as Tax Cot ojIII"; rata: primaries: July 16, and Davis'), but the shops are full of Imitation ,

i E-l'a mlll'l county, subject ask i-.r LltIlhe hearty support of all made t sell; upon the great LOOKING FOR BARGAINS .

u'Mitn f tits democratic pri- :I dno rats. rt-i'iirationof the genuine ; be cau-
1 i'l.y 1J.I I
toe Coumi.y 1'oiniint.tiioiier. tiou-, :herefore, when you a*k for a
.\.11. D'Al.FMIJKKTB.For : I Ia
tint the For the next ton days I will sell
irenuine. -
bottle to see : you get
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After due consideration I appealto Wrt IlW\ay for oar han- t

Tax Collector. my many friends and the democratic An unfailing remedy for i you any article now in stock at a wi pi>tu. lilumnu what lant.falitt HUku* READ THE LLTTEHfifrgm '
ndof Henry 15ellin;eran- m1om- ir pan 3i and *
mIa< :i candidate for Tax voters as a candidate for the couarhs, colds, bronchitis_ 1|! discount of 23;: per cent from the regular I OUTMP. WrKITelufobtufr'r br* >n 4i'nod'tut"ip mf mthcrBRISTOI. you- I
olliceot couuty commissioner from pun of a t it til Snap '
S .-I t Kscambia county, ?ubdemocratic : I or Gettt ct l'.rfam thwrchoi'rdf u n rLa lwute. j
district four of Kcambia I|I price. Think of it will
county. you
primary: to besly Thos. C. Watson & Co., r i ieof the hiiyl- ,
Plet.'' remember me at the primary I sanetttrrmoalatlwmar.PW (. lamn, Rrwrlrti, .
: : ',. ,i'lfJ, and request the I election e of the democratic the leading Real Estate Agent,. take ,,: :save f i" on a diamond ring or pin, (;1 U ar*.ntulwarr' hatR'.etg; raid take !
party Plat.-ar.4.u.roeaut.'ul loUie
'i: til Democrat*. July 15 l r2. 1). M. hRRllT.I ill the worry 03 the shoulders of the where at regular price it would cot p (V w-nt who il.u.uljM ptrwuta Uixof Iocoajl,
-- ----- of the ws rIve a LU.IMe.e Dine Krl-I) r :atop
For :Member School Board. I Olive Fla. owners property manage $luO. !See: ; you save 25 cents on I aH-hiit a l"'tllfl/iyl\"IDIM: a'r| j
rentin: of their houses and the collection ,' K-il.l ir.r...'.fall:nif for(aim!;I'.*..
: i-nd-of "'. M. Aserton here- For County Commu..loner. of their rents as mna. Kt-'im w'earoc.r ll'i.m.' <"' <.(,1'h,' '-< ,. ;i1H1_.. ; J

iiiii-e: his candidacy for the as they would themselves. the time to buy your diamonds or -U!Rt LP tn&ucr urjtr MOB U.e Cn.taing. '.Vai.i ........ f. ,.1Korku.
member Tha friends of H. It Hh well of ', MIH LtLC: BJAWKiiwisviLi. <.ran't.w>r (.M-wiiir >h" ,-., i
i I'I the I
i a a Their charges are very reasonable. watch or any other article in stock .!. ('HI AIL. 1 Im.rnm I' ird from district r\o. 3, Ulufl Springs: ; hereby announce him c est re-01..d It oeIay. a: ferret ,!e iu ..w a.' !1.. ,. it. tb
for ''very cheap. Call and examine wet p.n.j a t \at.T :ampo wa h"e ,,t..u 1\1 w etrhgy""ra. b .1 r.n -.d. .
:- t.e! democratic primaryMember ,I as a candidate County CoromN- and : fnch u.'.lampt btn Wtin.v., vrtd another Mr r r weaLwtit lJay.' I H> I wl, 1 ( i
: jtll.1\Jor\ :. toner from district No. o of Ecambia Pocket cutlery scissors -|. goods. Remember, this oiler i hs for a few cIalo, 1 ua more thin pnwd witl ti 10" '1r.r IL.. in it lid. I* tcandu. 'I :r .
i : A6SEa moor l.( l... :
: : >Ira. Ill'ICHL\j. ; ur Pjriti u. 't ".Ia"
I I county, subject to the action of from the finest to the !! only ten days. No trouble to show IF 1

Board Public Instruction. the democratic primaries July 15, at the Willis ''goods.. J. I. STEPHENS, SALVONA SOAP CO.. [cr. 12th i Pn! Sts. ST. LOUIS, MO.

ends of Hon. Elijah Ward i I and ak' for him the support of the cheapest, I
i I voters. Hardware Co. 112.South Palafox street.
ills name as a candidate \I

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Roberts has returned from i
; a ao I rtI
trip to Cincinnati. USE I IJ
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({. D. Butler of St. LouU is a guest \\

at the Merchants today. ,)
W. G. Katey left on the noon train )

today for Murfreesboro, Tenn. tiea ,t J I
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W. P. Brownson Pine Barren is ,
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among the visitors here today.C. 11
P. Stineprin? of Flomiton is rOOTWKAK. J JJ

among the guests at the Merchants. I
E. S. Beasley, L. & N. ticket agent

at Miltou, came down this morning. ALL $2.00 Sandals, Oxfords and Shoes NOW $1.60 : JDilliant loljnson & Son.LAW 1I
Remember the lawn party at there I le

-idence of Mr,. Dr. W. A. Anderson Soap ALL $1.75 Sandals, Oxfords and Shoes NOW $1.40 ,
# tomorrow afternoon.
i ALL $1.50 Sandals, Oxfords and Shoes NOW $1.20
II. W. Joyce, civil service com>nis- i

?ionerof Washington, D. C., arrivedin I I ALL $1.25 Sandals, Oxfords and Shoes NOW $1.00
the city last night on ofiiil busi- I

: DEe?. ALL $1.00 Sandals Oxfords and Shoes NOW SOc i
{ Mr. Albert Meyer, seuiorjuiember; the Great Skin Cure for preserving,purifying ALL 50c Sandals. Oxfords and Shoes NOW 40c l
beautifying the for f
fo tLe Meyer Shoe Co., i- here today
cleansing the scalp of crusts, scales, aai i!
it and is well pleased with the splendid dandruff,and the stopping of falling hair, I
business: built up by his local for softening whitening,and soothing red, Now Isn't This Quite a Saving ? j AI
Ulanl er5.t rough, and sore hands, for baby rashes, )
: rtchlngs, and chafing, and for all the purposes <
J. A. Bryan one of the Atlanta of the toilet bath and nursery. --- ,I )
Journal's: travelling men* i is in .the Millions of Women use CUTICURA t )
r city on business. Mr. Bryan said he SOAP in the form of baths for annoying MEYER SHOE CO. I i
inflammations and irritations, or too freeor I
had to remain in Georgia to see that offensive perspirations, in the form of /
the Hon. J. M. Terrell oecure i the washes for ulcerative weaknesses, and I ,,
Feet Furni-her* for l'a>h Only.
gubernatorial nomination. for many sanative, antiseptic purposes I :
which readily suggest themselves! to )
i ; The many friends of Miss Marie women,especially mothers. No amountof 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET. I ,.

IJishotl of this city, who left here persuasion can induce those who have n __ __ I 1
once used these great skin purifiers and ,
Saturday for Mobile, will regret to beautifien to use any others. CARLOAD OF
learn that she i3 lying ill at the FINEWATERMELONS Moonlight Hop e i ,
Complete Treatment for every Humour.S I. )
home: of a friend in the latter city. Conar.nngotCLTICLRASoaric.i.toc: cans4: I I ,

Hhe left here in apparent good tile the thickened akin of crust cuticle.and CCTICUHA scale: ,, ant omiiisir goftra ie Tuesday Night I II I I -,- ___-___-_____-________ __ ,
health, but upon her arrival in Mo- (We.), to Iniunlly allay lU'biDj. Inflmntu: II; -- - -- ---- -
t'.on and Irritation,and soothe ant heal an 1 Thirty-pound average. Must be I
bile a case of measles had develop CUTKTIU KHOLVEST 1'ILU (Do.), W Cool

"d.Mrs. end Cuter ckaaie the RESOLVENT blood. PILU (Mlocol.\te sold quick.JACOBY GROCERY CO. I UNDER AUSPICES OF EASTERN I: DEPARTMENTOF

John Byrd and children, who Coated) are a new, tasteless. odorle44. economical [
suMtitute for the celebrated liquid STAR SOCIAL CLUB ; -
have been spending some time with Cuter Ruou ras well in for all other This weather makes the

friends at Selma: and Linden, Ala., bloat)mU purifiers,containing and humour to dose cures,price. la 25C.<
returned yesterday afternoon accompanied Sold 'I'lrouihont t>i* worl4 Br."i1 Dcyol: V S1. keen cutting Lawn Mowers !steamer E. E. Simpson and barge. >!
by Mrs. A. M. Aldrich of rlukrhoora4London I. Para )ulna tili'o a io Cum. Coir. ell a fitted out for dancing:. will leave Do Leand. FloridA.
froiM.,BO.WO,U.b.A.A.1*3oul," ,.... and Grass Shears s from the Palafox wharf
Selma, who is a pleasant guest of ---- ----- --- i at b p. m. F. FOKBKS.. I).. President ALBERT J. FAP.KAII. LL B, lira:

Mrs. Byrd Miss Old Cooper also of Willis Hardware-Go's.MILCH I I Music by Prof D. D. Collins' Orchestra Tall Toriii CiMiuneiicf* ".t.'IIIH..t1a ., October J. J Hit J.

Selma! i is a much admired guest ofMi REPORTED OABTOR.IA.Baart : : of six piece*. TWO Y EAR:'!' CO RoojE-Tbe Law Dt>partmt'nt of John R. Metson (',11t'oy..arij' \ .
I ft course, leading the degree of LL. KI
-? Vivian; Byrd.Don't W R.K. Turner, Hoor Manager.< '
1ta K: Has 1 es 3o l1a'Yro >E ,KEE AUMIl'rt To THK
the Hrlzt Dance will he called 81 l>):: i o'clock BAR-ThedptomaoftbeLawDepartman: rf. J
the Uily winner will Stetson I'nivcrsity admits to the: Bar.
make any eu:, t, emeutiS for : h' : receive a handaooi
? Milk Partnol and tbe gentleman winner a H'RTHEK INKORMATtOX-KortheLawAnnoancement of 1.1-,1.anJ a.. "
Friday, June :!IJ. but attend the P. A. HARTFORD handsome Walking Cane valued at $1.::>. sued informut regardinz, thf Law Depart.-nt.atdre.,
lto>'! come out and bring your ?irH and ALBERT J. FARRAH. Dean of Law Depirtme; : :
C. bay excursion auJ hop. The I!i have a good time and get your money's Ie Laud .

larpeand best bjat and I'ghters I f \T \\\r\ t Fumiture.o; i worth .'. ,
have been endued.: ; Prof. CIulcrs'baLd WILL LEAVE IOn an to Prrt nr:5.1 Adults.\n., I0r', UOUNI; Children.) TRIP::,:it-, -
:and a full moon on this smooth { \
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Joe Hicks, Geo. Water Harry \ .
bay should make: you l leave your --- COWS FOR SALE Hicks, Manager; Committee. WVvWth6vW W J
happy home Friday, June 2''J, at''
j A well-founded report i is curr 'U at
7:30, from Palafox wlutf. All for &> ( OR EXCHANGE ii
tent I i (the navy yard that the traimcz sr.ii Safe Ioney by buying i

Hartford, will leave oa Thursday or FOR DRY CATTLECall n your furni- 1
Ball Hearing, keen cutting tare at Marston $ Quina's TUESDAY
Friday for Key West thence: for MONDAY.AA
Lawn Mower, at the \ :at lob West Chase street and Great Furniture Empo-

Willis Hardware Co','). \ Havana and later for Charleston make yur choicp.16JIlJt' r
CEO W. TrKiox, JR. _
where the greater part of her time I ll1n."J o
SUDDEN DEATH '- \ A (\ !' t!: (\. \ .f II(
training will be ""_
spent. j t t'C. III 'Jl II'LIII" 11"1"1 rU

.. officer of the ?!.ip wa a ked 1 Great Clearance i
I Itl
OFW.KJAUth'I about the matter last evening and
1 I I.Villilm !
he evaded the query by asking from U Sales I : NICK'S !!(

K. Bauer al year, of age : 'whence came the information. He df .
\ j i<
tit-d shortly after 7 o'clock la-t'i consented to say that there existed a ( One Lot Ribbons all colors at
y! Trimmed Hats. Flowers. 2 [ yard
I iii.;htof a complication of causes, his ,I, I IHlnfM great anxiety au.onboth: officers t .

extending over .t: p-jrioJ of''' :and men to visit the expo.-itioa city, v. Ribbons and Everything jl J Jin UiUDlil ? One Lot Ribbons, worth 25, 30, 35c a.t lOc yard II!(

twelve mouth?. and it was ii s.-ibe! that as much! of y the Millinery Line at Ay One Lot Ribbons, wortb 40, 50, 60c at 15c yard

The funeral will be hell from the ,, the itinerary as possible would be t'i ;
....HALF PRICE.... jj
residence corner of It IJ'"U! and i;i I spent at Charleston, even loin; so

Government streets, at 5 j p. m. today far, perhaps. as "cutting out" te! k y,; MRS. N. BOWERS. q S DAILY 20 for Pieces: Hummer Fisured skirt' Brilliantine worth 4iaudc*. suitable 2ac yardFigured IIF(.:'

ana the! interment will be made intit. time allotted to the trip to Havana. h MENUSComrri.e logo at : .. ... : -:

Michael's cemetery by the side ;I,; This same officer intimated that !I all the Up-to- Piece Brilliantiues. *-

i of his mother, who has only a few ,, people her did not stem to care GRAND i iI Date Dishes the Markets for Hummer :skirts worth 6;<) and suitable Toe, 3- a --- i

1 day preceded him. I much for the presence of au inset I of the World V to go at. .. . . .r.. .. .. .. .. yard _:

I. "Pop" Bauer a* he wa.. Luuiliarlykno".u eating ship like the Hartford: that 4th of July Picnic : Afford. See Show Window. !

to hi* friends-and they Wf'C1'i tnere had been but few visitors I i _

3 Jf' (:>n-had been an employe of THE aboard, and thee for the most part ADD I Ladies' Private YOURS ANXIOUS

,i. NEWa for twelve year He was a were from the navy yard and vicin CELEBRATIONAl ; ; I NL'CO'S

t. compositor by trade. H* was a ity. Dining Parlor.,* L.

charter member of PemacoU Typographical I

Union No. 2tfl. meaibers'''THE! LAKE CITY Magnolia BluffBY tV RACKET STOREwM'MwmAwd

,, of which will attend the funeral j, Regular Dinner Daily.

this afternoon and act as: pallbearer COMMENCEMENT THE i --
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COOL FOOII Filled Night or Day.
Hon. Frank Ham*, wit i* auieuibir ASSOCIATION. .
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For Hot Day. j of the board of trustees of the -
Watt h for Grand Street Paradeat It It's !Something Good to Kat r +! There's Consolation in Knowing
Better health corns with less I
i Agricultural College at Lake City, lU a. m. you wiia. you'll find it at
acd fat during the warm weather.By I I
proper and pleasant diNt you '' gives in his excellent paper the See Posters for Full Detail. I Nick that you can get\ your Carnag'

T can prepare the body for summer ;, Ocala Banner a graphic description, A !haudsome rrize will be given to Apostle'sPopular ; l I f paired: in a thoroughly! efficient ..
and feel from ten to twenty degrees durable
the sellin the manner at J. M. Hilliarti
cooler than your neighbor. of the commencement exercises lady ? greatest Restaurant. ':
i' number of tickets. Y Co's Their skill in
Grape-Nut and cream a little which took place Ut week illustrated i '' renewing -
fruit and possibly a couple of soft broken parts, painting and varn-
boiled eggs, i* sufficient for the by fine views of the new buildf : j Admission, including fare, 35c; i J 111111111Il\: Siyv -, .-- ing is too well known to need :
breakfast. Au Children, 25c. r\)IVU) {\) ) v\i\ sp'
ordinary portion ot1 ': ins the Flagler gymnasium. U)1) )Ivti) mention while their prices are '-.
Grape-Nuts contains; sufficient
nourishment -
+ to fully sustain the body until Science Hall and Foster Hall-and e' markably moderate for the paL -

the noonday meal; being a predigested speaks thus of Hon. l'. A. Blonnt's N ', r taking care displayed in all : '
food it does not overtax I J. M. FOLKMAN work.
address to the and ,
the etomach and contains none of faculty students :

Fully cooked at the factory by\\.i! ment exercises, the most enjoyable coarelc _
.. Call Up Phone 3lJ or Drop a Postal Card :\0.30 East Garden St.MEUX'S .
I- 'J brings it to
experts you ready :; feature
yet store for those who ....
t" serve, and does away with the All Work C. 0. D. and Guaranteed. .
riedt of cooking and the time necessary i I I were fortunate enough to be in Lake (
to prepare ordinary food and its; !!! The Corner Bajrlen and Government Streets.
City. oration: of Hon. W. A.
crtep daintiness is pleasing! to the' i ;)
plate of young and old. :,I Blount, before the graduating class, One Block West or fostofflce Right on the Belt Line. ,
Many delicious; recipes; are found :
I was said the I fgt.jtil tf
ia 'acn Grape-Nuts package, ell) that by trustees, faculty T. W. LEWIS, i t
tee form of eating this: wholesome ;i i ,students and all others who heard it,
fvjod be changed to suit the. DEALER
user. i to have been one of the most finish i I. Sthfol Of hor'hand. Typewriting and Literature.

These suggestions, if followed for i ed, polished, forceful and masterfulpresentations I We have Bamples i: Now is the: time to enter ;school and prepare for a lucrative position.; :-. I
tea days, will convince the mOlt I I of the of i'VALL PAPER from the Largest i, vacation. Night and day sessions.I .
subject the Manufacturers in
skeptical that a cool body, an active I i: :
brain and an energy unknown will 1 j general and special benefits of a col the United StateFeather 3. I I
and the latitude ,, Scroll, 15c roll. i You never beard of '
prevail one
general i per any using Lay the dust. Iou buy
legiate education can
ever heard within F
oley'a and Tar ,
cellar and
to warm weather will Dining Room not be-
pe-I. Tapestry, 1.50 roll.
it pear. college walls." per I Imr satisfied. W. A. D'Alenherte, tar/ en hose at the Willis
Call Up Phone No. 358. 1 1121 !8. Palafor: street. Hardwarei Co's.

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