The daily news

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The daily news
Uniform Title:
Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Pensacola Fla
The News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
June 18, 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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Mother M. Austin Carroll, i ; REBELS HOPE SOON

who, at the earnest: request of Rt. Exit March.l'shersIr.. I

Rev. Bishop Quinlan, of sainted i,|I'I John Sullivan,. Mr.Martin Anderson Sullivan Leonard, Mr., EDWARDS I BETTERHis SIX CHILDREN TO DEPOSE CASTRO I :

memory, sent a community of her :
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sisters for the education of our Class Colors-Silver and Blue. To- I
I I Majesty Progressing Special to Tbe "61..1.Hazlehurst. Crushing Defeat of Govern.

OF THE CATHOLIC CONVENT youth of Pen acola. Needless to say I Miss.. June 17.-Defalls

how well the noble work has been I''I AWARD OF HONORS AND:MEDALS ward Recovery.GREAT have been received here of one of tie ment Troops by Coroega. ,

SCHOOL AT THE OPERA I[ Graduating Honors were awardedto : most horrible tragedies that ever occurred
carried out.The results howand '
II I( :\ Ellie Shuttleworth, Retta in this auction of Mississippi.
HOUSE LAST NIGHT. people of Pensacola: now, as then, I. Ir
II I j Hall, Hazel Biebighauser, Hela i Louis Westrope a well to-do and

strive on every occasion; to show :I| Gonzalez, Teresa Larsen, Louise Royal Precession,% Escorts Queen Alexandra i well known farmer living near the little One Hundred and Fifty Were Taken :

., \vr Jubilee Commence- their love and high esteem for I!. O'Connell, Shirley: Robinson, Maud and Prince and Princess ol village of Brandywlne, 30 mils Prisoners-General Mates Rebel I

1 x'-rci-es; ; of the Conventwhim "their good Bisters. and for the I|i Muller. Wales to Races-Royal Party Cheer I I southwest of Hazlehurst, in the' edgeof Leader, Marching On Caracas-Rein* I
i Awarding of Gold Medals and I Claiborne county was attending ser.
were held lat night noble woman whose rare ability and !j| ed by Immense Throng. forcements Await Him at Guarico.
Special Prizes Senior Gold
| girls: vices at a neighboring church with

': a houe; attracted a large saintly life will long be an ornament :!I: medal for best history (ancient and .' -- his grown daughter. rt

: audience. The numbers to the Order of \Iercy-the Venerable ''' modern) examination, awarded to Special The New*. While there in the middle of the service Special to The Newt. .

Mother Austin Carroll. Miss Retta Hall. a messenger hastened into the
inch a sultry night; was a Lon-dcnl.oi..n 17.-It Is officially an New York June 17.-Owing to th1 It
Second prize in history for exceed- church and told him that all of his
'. mark of Let us congratulate the Sisters on nounced that King Edward U much news of an exodus of a large number
worthy apprecia ingly close competition awarded to little children, six in number, had been
their 25: of unselfish work and better this morning.The bis of President Castro's supporters from
; .. crowning event of the years Miss; ; Ellie Shuttleworth. murdered home In smoke anl
king passed a good night and ashes and'his wife also Venezuela! coupled with recent defeat
hope their future be all their gone, or mur
the of may Special prize for best English
was graduating eight I I suffered by the government, the revolutionists
big progress toward complete recovery dered and her body probably consumed
most sanguine hopes and wishes composition won by Miss Hazel Bit hopeful of overthrowingCastro
of the Convent School
.dies ,
: I ii uninterrupted. The precaution by the fire which had destroyed hlahome.
would make it. bighauser. in the ensuing month, says a
w 'Iultted themselves of their try measure* ordered by his physl I
Second prize for best essay: won by Herald dispatch from Port of Spain,
The program as presented; was as clans are due to the necessity for bus Arming themselves with shotguns
d i : ,. election: in a remarkably Miss Shirley Robinson. Trinidad.
follows: banding klg strength in view of the and repeating rifles and procuring
t' .. manner. Gold medal for best oral examination doge, the male congregation hurriedto Pour hundred government troops ;:
fatigues of the coronation week. Tter
who landed at Soro for the ol
Program. awarded to Miss Retta Hall. purpose '
T 'euing scene of the grande the scene of the awful catastro I'
; i fore the king will remain at Windsor d. r,
retaking Quira were completely
Class Motto-"La vertu c'est la seule Gold medal for best written exam-
-..-.- je march, and the placing of castle today. Ha was keenly disappointed phe.Upon feated by General Corcega. The government
noblesse." ination awarded to Miss Ellie Shut- arrival five dead children were
decorated at unable to attend the lost 70 killed and
; .' >n the tastefully Entrance March. tleworth. being ,' found scattered around the premiseswith many
Ascot Heath meeting which wounded besides 150 taken
race today men prLvoners.
-i iwi' one of exceeding beauty Salutatory Miss Eva Gonzalez. Gold medal for excellence and bullet holes in the head of each
he intended to open with all the state .
di, t wi- carried out with grand Graduating Honors-Misses E. Shut 'punctuality awarded Miss Hazel ceremonial of the early days of Queen child. Among the ashes of the ruined General Mates army which la
home were found the charred bones
.f The hymn, "0 Oloriosa tleworth, Hazel E. Biebighauser, Hela Biebighauser. Victoria. He hopes, however, to be of the Infant. marching on Caracas has reached Ca-

I'I i. t, was well rendered by the Gonzalez, Retta Hall, Teresa Larsen Special prize for Civil Government present Thursday, Gold Cup day. Diligent search failed to locate the rines enrotite to Guarico. where rein

Louise O'Connell Shirley Robinson awarded to Miss Teresa Larsen. Queen Alexandra and the Prince and forcements are awaiting the revolution.
,*. ;Uis. The excellent execu- body of the mother. Outside of the
Maud I. Muller.Distribution I Special prize for Mathmatics Princess of Wales went to the races yard was found a bloody apron and ary leader. Guariro was recently occupied
L 1 r: Reverse of the Medal," awarded to Miss Hela Gonzalez. today. by a large body of revolutionists
of Gold Medals and tracks leading toward a swamp.

i i' ,. : ;;irH-entation: of the differi Special Premiums. j Special prize for General Efficiency The evidence soon convinced the a portion of whom are invading

awarded to Miss Louise O'Connell. London, June 17.-The royal proces- Baraliobo district under the command
spectators that Mrs. Westrope had
such to merit
i: tern was as Duct-"Golden Clouds, Misses H
Special prize for Excellence awarded lion left Windsor castle for Ascot committed of General Pedro Conde.
I' the terrible deed. Searchwas
1-" w.-rtliy of older and more Hatton and M. Andersen. Heath shortly before 1 o'clock. Although The Barquismeto district Is almost
to Ws Maud Muller. immediately instituted for her and:!
.. O'Gloriosa Domina "Lambilotte; Kin Edward unable entirely In the possession of the insur
i \ "' i ,.triremeM ; -. i was to located
Gold medal for 1st Honor won by she was finally in a countrygraveyard
Senior CI 5S. 1 attend the Quen Alexandra, the gents.
/ laces
: where she the
-- -f Uifcbighauser made a Miss Ada McHugh. had spent
Son?-"I Talked to Papa Throughthe Prince and Princess of Wales the General Valentine Peru bu sent
.'. Special prize for best Examination night.
the first
1.1. iv in act.
Duke! of 40i via Barralcas.
Telephone. Junior Boys. I Cambridge, the Duke aid When she ,athe searching party insurgents !J

Tin t I. cut. '. this act and Miss Duct-Miss E. Gonzalez and MasterF. won by Miss Annie Walsh. Duchess of and the other she placed the same rifle with whicj General Alexander Ducharme ii ;d,

Special prize for Highest Average, at the castle and members of marching from Maturin with largo : '
I !guests a 1I
B ,.
unchiMeli ." Parhasiu*;;, also De\Vitt. she had the day before wrought the "
: to Miss Maggie McHugh. the court ait participated. The procesSion force to strengthen Culdad Bolivar, i
>f 11-tt'r !t. Anderson's Son?-"Mrs. Brown's Luggage" Kindergarten destruction of her own children to hei!
; "Conquered was the first: full state parade of which u still In the hands of the revo
Girls. I SENIOOOYS. heart and pulled the trigger. The bullet
"'-r were fine and lUt 014I.ti. The have
exceedingly that descr'itlon since the death of the below insurgents I ,
inch the heart
passed one
.: ,' :ideate of the careful training l1sc-\liss! M. AcdeI cn. : Gold medals for Excellence :awarded : prince et ort and consisted of eight seriously but not necessarily fatally the town since June 8. II .
Sons= \VaiT, Mr. Postman, Little carriages, each drawn by four horses General Ayala! with 700 meCoro :
by the Sisters in this branch to Masters G. O. Quiua and Thos. wounding her. I
Kills. The mounted equerries and l gaily liv- baa been besieged by Ge fl".
The conversed
Johnson. woman Intelligentlyand "
.Mcation. DIlH-\lisses. Andersen and I. cried: postiliocs and outriders form r1 Rierrera.
Gold medal for History and Geography said she did not know how she Iitl
}I f
MiBrown'a! Luggage"; elicited Braswell. an imposing cavalcade. Leaving the .
awarded to Master Robert came to be in the graveyard or what .
of The Peak Brothers-Senior Boys palace quadrangle: by the George IV Venezuelan Troeps Fire on Ve*......
:- ,: applause; while "Rock Anderson. she had done.,
Duet-Misses K. Haines and M. gate the royal cortege drove down the St Thomas, D. W. I.. June 17.Ad-
Thofe who know her and her family
.\. and "Fantasie of the Angels"w' Gold :medal for highest
Johnson. average famous long walk, which was lined by believe! that she committed the vices received here from Georgetown

.. exquisitely and beautifully in Senior 5th grade awarded to Master cheering Crowds and crossing. the review while British Guiana under date of June 14, .
Song"The Tall Top Hats, Kinder. mentally deranged.Rev.
: l-rt-d I by the Kindergarten chil- garten Boys.DuetMisses. I' Paul Riera. ground the prooMsloa reachedthe say that the Norwegian steamer Jo- I :

First prize for attendance drawn new mile gates and passed up the Eugene Hoffman Dies. turn arrived at Georgetown that morn. .
J I '. M. Johnson and M. I for by Masters G. G. Quinaand Jake course to the royal pavllloa. New York June 17.-A dispatch to ing from Veneiuela and the chief officer '::1

( i i- ..f the finest;; hits of the even- Moloney. I Biebi?hauler, won by Master G. G. In spite of the Inclemency of the the Associated Press from Plattsburg, reported that Venezuelan revolutionist ',+

Solo-"Rock of Ages," Miss Lucile ( weather, immense crowds assembled "commandered" the vessel
!il'U.! "The Peak Brothers, by + }uiua. N. Y., announces the sudden death "

t >. nior boys, the applause of the Yniestra. I Second prize awarded to Master about the course and the royal party today of the Rev Eugene Augustus June 6 at Barrancas. About 250 rev>

Pantomine-Kindergarten Girls. i Jake Biebighauser. was everywhere warmly welcomed.The Hoffman, D. D., dean of the general lutionary troops were embarked and ;

.ll.i 'u !ni-e being long and hearty. Duet-"Joys of the Dance." Miss Gold medal for best examination royal Inclosure was brilliant with theological seminary of the Protestant conveyed to Bolivar, after which Captain

I !'fo Tall Top Hats," by the Kin- Gonzalez and Master F. DeWitt I awarded to Master Thos. Johnson. ladles'' dresses and the picturesque costumes -| Episcopal church. He was in his sev Meting was allowed to resume

of Indian princes. While large command of the ship. The vessel was
and their fine enty-fourth year.
d< r'irtHii boys Drama-"R.\'erse of the Medal. i
KINDERGARTEN. numbers of special ambassadors, colonial taken to the other side of the bay _

" 1J11; Ling! ; ell. for particular atten- Dramatis Personae. i premiers and diplomats, including i Apostolic Delegate In Philippine where she loaded oattle. On her return I

! t!'.n. The Valedictory by the grad- Countess ErrardIiss M. I. Muller Gold medal for highest yearly Henry White, secretary of the United I Rome, June 17.-Very Rev TfcoenA voyage, wbn passing St. Fell, 1 "

r.< Wa> t \, t dingly pathetic and : average in the 6th grade awarded States embassy and Mrs. White, JohnR. O'Gormao. bishop of Sioux Palls & D, Venezuelan troops. fired on the Jotum

Isabel. Her Daughter Miss L. Biebighaiiaer. Miss; Blanche McHugh.Gold ; Carter, second secretary of the embassy who has been in Rome for setae time, from two vessels, killing Captain Mel J
: r.v l h"IiI'\imposition in poetry .
medal for highest yearly and MUs! Carter and Miss 1 will probably be selected II. O oUo4elll&a ing and wounding a passenger mated f

1''r tcci-i: >:i. Mme. )Ion'ilIe-Go\"erness to Isabel average in the 5th grade awarded to Choate, Mesdames MontgomerySearsand In the PhilippineTODAY'S 1i16G41. Nunez. The government vessels put

i : u ; lit whole was a splendid S. Robinson I Master Robert Brent. Adair and other Americans were sued the Jotum, but :she succeeded la f.'

Phillips Maid to the Countess Miss present In the inclosure. United States escaping.
u. -- and the bearing of the chil- Gold medal for highest average in MARKET REPORT ,
Ambassador Choate Mrs. Choate
II. Gonzalez. the 4th grade drawn for Misses j"
,< by j
-t. f.routfhout: showed mote a
Whltelaw Reid, the special ambassador -
Ellen-Housemaid, Miss II. Gon Katie: Motta and Gertie Roche,won UY TKXSACO STOCK K.XCHANUF COLOMBIAN REVOLUTION.
->..:.. .I i sen e of the beautiful, than of the United States to the coronation
zalez. East Oo\
by Miss Katie Motta. eminent Street!
and Mrs. Reid did not go to 'I
New York June 17.-The overthfd
inr close mechanical study. Mother Alarum-Farmer's Wife f'
Second prize awarded to Miss Ger-
Aicot. All the big houses in and of the Colombian revolution
T t. closing; address of Rev. Father Miss II. Biebighauser. tie Roche. around Windsor and Ascot contributed STOCKS. appears ito t
be complete says a Port of Spain.
McCatTerty wa most appropriate Jane-Her Little Shepherdess MissM. Gold medal for attendance, drawnfor their quota to the fashionable Open. High Low. Cloe=. Trinidad dispatch to The Herald under 11 I

M. Hatton. by Miss Ida Louise O'Brien and throng Sugar. .121)2 12o7* 125V; 126\.11
.! date of June 10.
il: 'ncutairg : his earnest recmn- Atch.... bl'4 b:!':, bled, 2li

iieud'iti.iu: *; tu the young lady First Act. Master Arthur Yneistra, won by U. t S: .... 3H54 3S} 3s'4 3s>'i Leaders of the revolutionary forces I
Master Arthur Yneistra. Ill..l5PlIW f 1.,14 15S? including General Uribe-Urlbe awl J

:r 11'1 .;... will be long remembered Recitation-"The Conquered Ban. Second prize awarded to Miss Ida WEARIES OF HER L. & N..137: 137?, 136'. 137T. other chief commanders, have arrive

ner," Master R. Andersen. M. 0. P .loi', ImF4 107>41081.! '
ri.-t! were !us words, "without Louise O'Brien. la Caracas, Venezuela disheartened/ ,
Man. .]31 !
13F. 131 ]3F'I'it.Paul.1i31.
i Gold medal for deportment, drawnfor ACED SPOUSE after escaping from the Colombian ,
'l"t' /an: do nothing. Second Act.RecitationhPuhaslus. ; 174 173; 173';

I .. Order of Sisters of wa3OOODHEALTH by Misses B. McHngh, Eva Gon- Penn ...I1iO' 152. 150'. 1521. troops by the Meta river. They werpursued .
; Mercy -
: Miss B.McHugh. zalez, Hilda Touart, Leona de la -- 1 S.1': bass 65'4 645, 6.,12 for eight days. The leader

Rua Mamie U. P....105',' WVfri 10612 first went to Ciudad Bolivar and hurried
Andersen, Leon Quina, Hpcial to Tbe News,
T. C. I.. 64'2 64's 641. 6-118 thence to Caracas, where they
Third Act. Gertie Roche, Mamie Sweeney, won C. F' I.. 9j
Knoxville Tenn.. June 17.-Married QS PIJ't PfPz' hope to obtain further assistance front

Music-Miss I. Grant. by Miss Leon Quina. la May seeks divorce in June is the President Castro.DECLINES .

I', .inly. bo obtained by keep- Special prize for excellence awarded story of John Nelson's matrimonial NEW YORK COTTON ,

...- t..e: blood pure and the diges- Fourth Act. to Miss Eva Gonzalez. venture with Lillian Henderson. He U Open High Low. Clo"e. I

: ..I. perfect. For this; purpose Fantasie of the Angels-Misses B. Special prize for general excellence 70 years old.! July.. ..!S53 S-V5 845 &47 TO USE ;

M lKTTER'SSTOJIACIIBITTERS I awarded to Miss Leona de la Rua. Just six weeks ago he married Miss August.b-.':> 829 815 816 It
If introduced fifty years ago, McHugh, G. Brent, M. Andersen, E. Sept .. ..797 801 791 7 i i to-day it is recognized as Gonzalez, L. Yniestra, K. Motta, I. L. First prize for best examination. Hendercon here but his dreams of Oct .....7b7 Tog 730:: 7*) TITLE CONFERRED i ;
"',.. leading health restorer in awarded to Miss Blanche McHugh. wodJed bliss were short Indeed ant t
J. Johnson I
I O'Brien I. Braswell. I -
t:," world. It will cure DYSPEH Second prize to Miss Isabel Grant. one morning he awoke to find her gone CHICAGO-WHEAT.
i M. Rocheblave !\. Sweener.TableauJubilee. .
Palmes ,
from his side. It was only after along i
"> \:MALARIA, FEVER AND INTERMEDIATE GRADE. search that he succeeded In find. Open. Hizb. Low. Clo e Bestial to Tbe Newt.Chicago i
,\ K. Try it. July.... 72t; 72tq 71% 723' June 17-Rev. John Tl&mp. I
Song and Drill of the Wood Xynphs ing hEIr He is wealthy and she married Sept .... 71'}i 718' 70',' 71L
HOSTETTER'SST01lACH I' Gold medal for best examination him for hit money. The end is IOn, pastor of Centennial Methodist I'

-Intermediate Girls. awarded to Miss Marie Bteele. blUer. She hu forsaken him and he .CORN, ehurch, Rockford Ill, tai declare'
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BITTERS. Song-"Calm is the Ware Senior I Special prizes: in 1th grade to alleges l In loll bill for divorce ham goneto Open. High Low. Close that he will never use the title af

Class.LAKEVIEW. July.... 63 69 65te' 6.j1i Doctor of Divinity which WM co&fe sty
Misses Genevieve and Mamie Clarke. live with a former sweetheart of

,-.. -- -- -- I hen. Hept-- 59% 531?, 8.}' red on him last week by Taylor nsfr i iveralty. ?

JUNIOR BOYS. "In my Judgment," said h*, ;

Temples in India. NATAL STORES MARKET. "the degree should be given to men .
DAIRY. Special prize awarded to Master 4
Sacred cows: often defile Indian who have gained scholarly attaJn. I
Reported Dally for The News '
Manuel Johnson.Special
I temples, but worse yet is a body bj slants or have accomplished great .
Union Naval
-- prize for spelling a awarded. that's pointed by constipation.Don't Stores. Co. things in their work. The questionis
to Miss Maggie May Hattcn. permit it. Cleanse your system XOBIK.WW not one to be settled
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FRESH BUTTER EVERY DAY IN ANY QUANTITY. I with Dr. King's New Life Pills _tl R5
Special prize in senior grade and avoid untold WO.. .. $4.> G. ..._. ... 1 n as to whether the school big enough,
awarded to Master G. Quina. misery. They !(__. __ s Sa) F ... __.... 135 but whether the man is big .
''R. livers active bowels enough.He
give If__ 9K..125:
PUREST AND BEST MILK IN THE CITY. good digestion. fine appetite. Only K 150 D.___ 1 JS should be Judged by himself and j :

For biliousness use Chamberlain's 25 cents at W. A. D'Alembertes' I-Srr.IU TtaPS5TIIla-t i e-C 4.below,_ 1 24 not by the diplomas and scholarships
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Stomach & Liver Tablets. 121 S. Palafox. "
They. drugstore, and degrees he bears. k1 ,

M. AVERY, Proprietor.PHONE cleanse liver the and stomach bowels,and effecting regulatethe a The finest line of sterling silver Crab nets and fishing Do yen want a magnificent watch t 11! r

quick and permanent cure. For goods and silver novelties is toj] be tackle to suit everybody, at for little money? If BO, call on
sale by all druggists and medicine found at J. I. Stephens'. Prices to the
Stephens, jeweler. He will :
411. accommodate ti
dealers. he Willis
please all. Hardware Co's. you. [ ,;1i
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JUNE 18. 1902

it Is due to the ret. !
: :ntion
FO .
ii GOLD DUST. CALLS HIS RACE TO ARMS. ECZEMA r the system of \ r At.S

or other infldma-atj

it! .*-let the GOLD DUST: twins do jour -work." Chicago Negro Bishop Tells Blacks to WILL MAKE Is Granted Leave of Absence and poisons whuh hi,JtVr!

f; Protect Themselves. May Bt Retired. way into the blood, and are forced by circulation through the ,. ;

:1 Washington. June 17.-Captain Rich- and pores of the skin causing it to burn like fire, and the n' ,.msft\
Chicago June 17.-"The time has ....
AFFIDAVITNew mond Pearson Hobson has been grant. itching allows no rest night or day. Eczema appears in a great
when the black man must de- : t
: my
I ed a three months' leave of absence different forms, beginning frequently as a mere redness of the %k' tt...

ii tend upon himself for protection. Ida and it is stated that upon the expire lowed by little blisters or pimples. from which a clear or straw rod::

net: stand for mobs, but every negro Lease of Life for art tion of that leave be Is to again go matter oozes, forminginto- m

struld be prepareJ to protect his or scabs this is .s
.1 before the retiring board. Captain SALT RHEUM ; wetpmj
''f wJ to'ue. his wife and children even to Iowa Postmaster. Hobson is still very much troubled commonly called Salt: Rh ':,:1,
. tae" Postmaster R. II. Randall of Dun with his eyes and he thinks his case is acid poisons sometimes dry up the natural oils and the skiD \ -.e

I Tbu advice was given at a meeting hard and often cracking and bleeding and causing tnten .
board can'take dry
lap, la, says: "I hare been a great one of which the retiring l
of negrots last tigtt by Bishop Alec sufferer from Indigestion and result cognizance.! fearful itching. This form of Eczema is known as Tttter, a-id "i :,

I alder< Walters, of the negro church ot ing evils fur >ears. Being unable to ob I When he went before that boy: be. j I attacks the hands and feet. Unsizhtlv er,;,r, '

Ohio after he had warned his hearers relief 1 resolved to the shape of pimples and blackht.l :
tain permanent trj i fore the members of the board held TETTER 1D t brri ...:: t tI

that! all signs pointed to a time of Kodol Dyspepsia! Cure. Before 1 hac 'I that the trouble with his eyes being I I I upon the face neck and shoulders a* a re: t .S
Walters taken one bottle I knew I had fountwb1t and this humiliating disease is called
trouble for them Bishop: blood A .
Ths weed k< a clearer: : trf! Yo crld: if every great I had long looked for. After a' prospective in its nature rather than polluted u : .,
"eeper usedGOLD .. president of the Afro-Amencai remedies afford but scant relief. The blood and system bung saturati .
I cured of it they could not declare him
s few bottles was a soreness : present
ecnti left side that I had been fret the poison,the disease cannot reached mth w ishe-
DUST my not incapacitated for service in the con
The meeting was held in the OlivetBaptist from for over ten years. I am better to struction corps. It was because of this A CHE powders or other local applications. S.: S. S n..; r.deteriorated ::8

H MmHIplltyour Measures: O/rWe.-y-!reforti. church, and was called for the day than for years Kodol Djspepsit blood to its normal condition, stinlt\; 1 .

; Siibtr.ctf-Tim your cares; Add.- purpose of ta'nine action on the persa- Cure has given! me a new lease of life I, holding that special bills for his rHlrp.1 sluggish organ,and all the waste matter iseliminated

it to jour lite "If will ment were introduced in both S. S. S. makes the
suffering channels.
cution 01 the negro rtbigenu uf EJdora any person I ; through the proper
ti Kate er'y! ty THE N. K FAIRBANK: CCVPANY.. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure, I believe, If it of congress The senate committee reported -:i. blood rich and strong and under its tonic and invigorating -
ChictEO. J'e* Yor, Boston. St. LO.S.VaVe'S '!'o and Harrisburg. III., and theIi.
is a diseased stomach from which the favorably the senate bill
} upon health and the
effects the improves
of CVA: FAIRY: SOAP. general
.< L.iig; of LouIs Wright in Missouri !.
suffer that will receive
they permanent and that is now on the calendar. Th3 skin becomes soft and smooth again. "V _
R last uiLterA -
relief. wishing can have
house committee has however, decid-1 I i I S. S. S. contains no minerals but i is guaranteed purtlv vet .
rr olution! was adopted and telephon a sworn statement as to the genutnness!
)0 e d to postpone action until next see j Write if need medical advice this will .
I I us ; cost
and truthful
; FIREMAN'S TRAGIC DEATH. < d to Governor late! calling on ness of this statement, > .e
I.f .. immediate _-h..,.. This testimonial is the voluntarj Ion.. Illustrated Look on skin diseasts stnt free
him to take steps to pro- ,
statement of a man who has suffered, SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.
THEn Atliiti! Ga.
iJ Knocked From Fast Flying Train by sect 'v.e lives and property of the negroes
found relief and wants others to receive NEBRASKA REPUBLICANS, -
Water Chute. P: E'loraJo! and Harrisburg Ill -
the benefits. Kodol
same Dy pepia SCHOOL SlTFLiFS
I Atlanta Jute 17-While a fast train Go\(rr.c. Yates who is in Chicago Cure will cure any case of stomach Eve of State on\leniion-Seven Gub A Ship ruder boll. I I .. .

on the Southern railway was passer said last air: ?tt trouble. It rests the stomach by digesting I A Ship under full tail! is a truly mag' C, \'. Thompson' \" u !s, Q(

j through Varmll. (la,, enrou'e from "The authorities have been orderedto what you eat. Tbe rest alone ernatorial Candidates. nificent spectacle. and there I is an exhilaration I'I't Pals lox

would restore health. But Kodol Lincoln Neb.. June 17.-Interest intomorrow's in tbe wind that sweeps
t. CbattanooKa to Atlanta about i who .
proceed against any persons Besides the standard I -
Dyspepsia Cure also contains tonics Republican state contention across her decks which can l.c appreciated -I
o'clock afternoon Robert II. have of assaults have
scsterday been
may guilty tionery we in tintw
which build! up the organ and hasten centers almost wholly in the headof those who have brtirtbedit
Kelcon. the firf-lUan. other fell or wa* against the negro people! of that locality !. the good results. You don't have tc only b.v velope to match :
the ticket The seven prominent! But if'vou 'tween decks when
knocked from h'6 engine! by a water and law will be maintained: diet! Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will digest i I HO'l"all'rntal Bend.
candidates for the governorship wno in such grand style Hurd's Holland
she is dying along llomlLadies .
chute and instantly killed! The on what you eat. Helps! children, too
have had their! headquarters established you would hoar a creaking and groaning i I "' Art litatlouej .,'
gineer. a1!' unconscious of the accl Death of father Cauvin.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure since Saturday were doing active with motion. A ship is built Foreign: Mail, Etc
; every
dent, kept on his! way for about halfa : New York June 17,-A private dispatch I
Cures all Stomach Troubles. missionary work today among the few of perpendicular frames and horizontal Arti.iIatHial.. of
milt from tug s-cJLe of the auidenthe from Rome announces the deathof Memorandum J H
Prepared only by E.0. DEW ITT&Co.,Chicago delegates on the ground but so evenly iilnnkin?. and as the waves shift .. plies, r
he notio-i! that his! "rt-man w a'missitg. Rev. Father Cauvin. who JO years The D. bottle contain.2'{times the SOC.ike. All new and tru!'t.
divided is the strength of at least ] their pressure the ship "works. This
l his an1! of the noted Catholic
: 11stoH! < tra.n ago was one most IiI,
fire of them that tbe best political I wears out the calking in the scams .
I when it was tounJ that X'-l.-on wa' : priests in the United States He ONE MAUTE! Cough Cure j Rubber hose, all -
prophet confessed their inability to I first and later on tie frames thl'W-1
aboard the train backed to.i of In his
tot was was !94 years age. boyhood "
the There selves l'iein to weaken.On : the Willis Ifardu, ( <'. .
i even signify possible winner.
'ard'arr.pIl., where Nelson had been Father Cauvin was an intimate of Napoleon Cures quickly That's what it's made for. I II
was talk during the of abolishing -I
teen last by th..ngneu.! Bonaparte. morning I I Yon will have pride \11'

l The mangled body of tho man wa- Par do; Phariracy John Sheppard the usual custom of recommit- the tir.t indication "
found beside the water chute at CarLen S. Kahu. i ing the remaining: state officers and I trouble, stop i it by taki"s Holey'si own ground, Your nU-I. 1

: and it is thought that when th-; Cures Through Eczema the Blood-Costs and Itching Nothingto Humor ___ _____ ____ --_-_--_ 'j I flung up an entirely new slate but Kidney: Cur. \Y.D'I<-mbl=?r'te, |j I a home, and he can 11'< .' w .

active efforts in this direction were 121 :>. Palifox. j though he may think w
train passed N.-.Jon3S on the ousede It.
Failed to Make His Record. j jMici postponed rending more light on the I Svery woman want* a
of the eranip and was hurled t > B. B. B. Satanic Blood Balm ia i ,
) < at>oi-", Inn.: Jaat17.-A. A, giibernatoral! puzllp.International own, and if she will barI : I\
hs! death b) cnimi.? in contact with cognized certain and sore Watson &
now ; a Hansen tl..' long; dietar.l'ydp rider Thus. C. Co.

the ('hute.hlII d.scovtud; the unfortunate cure fur Eczema. Itching Skin, Hu- who "-loiiel! to make a l,4ldo-mt'* motor fJf j leading Real Estate A& :-

; had tef>na i fcr Mining Congress. 'I call !show her how it '. .
has failed i'i the easy
rvde rei u-.l.: attempt
Butte Mont. June 17. this
Blisters -Secretary slgnatBre en every'-tx:! alaxative
several minutes! and it is probablettat
i ine.
After he had completed 37o miles! well
Mahnn .of the international :'I1nincOnjlrl8 'Quinine i-' -t.
11s death instantaneous
was Joint, Boils, Carbuncles. Prickling inside the tine limit of r n sours whicahe which the that
nuedy /U
meets Sept 1. has received carts a (( la one day
The carried aboard the
()fly wa! h'ixe
Pain in the Skin Old Eating Here, had pet. be was thrown from bin a message from Charles S Fee. Buy a new garden
train and hnviaht to Atlanta! where '
Ulcer Botanic Blood Balm wheel into a ditch and was render general of the Northern BANNER SALVE from the Willis Hardn-nrf
i the re'ativt-p: th.. tad! man reside etc. I passenger agent! ,
'n-ilile for several hours He -
taken internally, cures the worst andmyt ir!" was I Pacific railroad to the effect that'<' the moat h -salve in thAt world<
ei1ted not injured s-e erfly. but the shock of i j i the Western Passenger Traffic asso- i' Company.
de'p'- ca es by enriching
To H* Provided For
the fall! and the time he had !lost were rtcruVied
elation has d !
to offer
Farnur lJackH-colon- purifying and vitalizing the blood < a rate
Cbinn- suCiun.t to ptit him out of the contest, of fare ; T Do.oU'ii'hblomlll.eal'i imoucy >.
$2 all
one plu on trans cocM BOYS and GIRLS
away the jiol.tician declares! that beIt thereby giving a healthy blood supply and he will make another trial later : duling spare tulm
nental lines to the bo. you ten rt-adily do -o t
In the hands of his friends. to the skin Botanic Blood Balm congress at Butte tug our "Blueine." 4" per rest, commission on all ea'ts. An liiditpcii-ablf nr .

Farmer llornbe-ak-Yes. I know be N the only cure to stay cured-for I i An attendance of about 10.000 delegates household use.'lr"lJ' lit drligbttd when they see It. One sheet makes I

does but it sorter looks to me that his these awful, annoying ;;kin trouble Struck Rich Oil Well. is already .lUred. Several Blu*-mlfr you e\cr used in the wa-b Write today. before jour territory i* 'nk-
tome oueelseandeewill fed by return mail one dozen packages of "Blueire.
Other remedies relieve but B. Louisville June 17.-A special :o
fnends hate got the colonel on their may i questions of prime importance are to U ben you have told tbem. return Qt Uf., retaiulcg ... balance 4Ur. a> )*ur "
B H. actually cure, heal everyore The Evening Pest from Mt Sterling I' be tlon l>o not delnv. but write at ocec
considered which th
bands. '-
-Judge. and gives the rich glow of Kv. says: Parties boring for oil RT i formation of among are .tddrebs. (il.K.NN 1tt.1l'HISG: fO. 1'ff.t C IH hot IU. I'lnlal'*
a department of mining
health to the: s-kin. B. B. B. builds up
The C.roloKlrnl I>nv.Tbe the broken-down body and snake the Levee near hpre. struck a rich flow I and mines with a cabinet portfolio

.hN) years of human history the blood red and nourishing.{. Over of black lubricating; oil at a depth of!| and the codification! of the mining

form but a ixjrtiun of tbe geological 3000 voluntary te-timonial- cure- :8') feet The well is averaging! 50 laws, ROYAL STANDARD \\VllISKEr

fas which is passing over us. They by Botanic Blood Balm! H. B. B. I barrels dally i[

flu not fit: ,-n
our cli-lx1. far less touch the myriads and prepaid by writing Blood Balm Spring Fever i j Berlin. June 17.-Queen Wllhelmlna
Co., Atlanta Ga. Describe, troubl-. --
rf out fever another ''of Holland Is convaleirlrs at Castle
ages spread beyond Spring :name for :I,
and fr e medical advice given until .
curt'd.Poley's. hilinui'I! : is more !serious.; than Schaumburg In the valley of the La-ha. THiSWHISKEYi-di-tilled; at- N.-.nC"; .

The la/y man seldom has a chance to tno-st pt-ijiie think A torpid liver IlIat'I"11: n w'd-

rest on ha! laurels.-Philadelphia Rec and inactive bowt-1 mean a poi-on before bottling it i is ab-olutely puri i d J i u'.>t el- f
t lint fjy-tt-m. If neglected, erions ill TEN YEARS IN BED. celled in quality by any Whi-key of tt,., -\1111'; aF' !

--- Honey and Tar ne--< may follow ucn \niptom :i iDeNVitt's I R.Grav.. J. P.. Oakville. Ind no matter where produced The Roytl 1 ->tal1.rr1 l f
Little Early Ri-er remove is eight years old when bottled, and, m-.di : .: !

A Real Friend cures colds prevents pneumonia.How all danger by stimulating the liver, ,', writ"r to or bed ten with years dieae I wa of confined the its excellent qiulity, i* the cheapest wk: : J

j open'n' the bo'e-N and clean-in: my the market at that price. As a beverage rl.\ '
VI i "I tiered from dy-pep-ia and i: '', kidneys. It was so o Here that I 1
the *. Safe an absolutely 'stimulant there i* bShipped > :
I:.:) pllaii. lard to !''iha\ .. -y-temof impuritiE- pill could not move of the time. Icon \ none J
digestion for fifteen sac: ;: W. :' part in -
year Never cripe. "I have taken DeWitt ca-e-containing no mark! whatrindicate ;
I It is believed: that there even was a ult-d the very beat medical .
T. Sturdevant of Merry Oik, X. C. ''s Little Early Hi-ers for torpid could content. If purcha-er. upon exam : t
time when orthodox Kffyptianran 'kill available, but
xt no re-
every liver spring for writes the whi-key, is i not satisfied with the :
\ Alter I had tried doctor and every year quaL'
many the shaving tool over his face, lief until Foley'* Kiitiey Cure wat.recommended '
R. :\1. Enrh'IouudiIIe.. W. Va can return the ame at our expen-e aud II
medicine to no avail one of my scalp and ejelimws at lt.n"t once in every "They do me: more good than any to" me. It ha* been a will be refunded. ;

friend to J odo1.I hours. Unlike: the Ho- God-eud to me. lC. A. D'Alem- .
persuaded me try forty-eiplt thing t have ever tried HargiVPiiannacy All orders should be accompanied by '
berte. 121 South Palafox. -
It gave immediate relief. I can eat mans of n later HP, the Ecrptuns did : John Sheppard, :Sidney IIGIITYEAat OLD currency, postottiee money order bank dr.if' 1-

almost anything I want now and mydigt'tltnn not confine the privilege! of shaving to Kahn. r-a pre- money order. We refer to First N : (.

i.. good. I cheerfully free citizens but obliged their slavesto M11)W I F'EII<
shave both face and head. The undersigned take thi method
recommend Kodol.: Don't try to OA.i9TOTl.XA. if Jfftringher services as a : -

cure stomach trouble by dieting.. Court I'rocednre. Iran the /t lflf Ltd! V2J fa-6 *'A"'S BrLOesatun first-class licensed midwife, hav- : S. A. FRIEDMAN I
That only further weaken the !'y*
"No. Mr. Ht: tun." the ing had 35aN experience.Can .
tern. You need wholeoinPstreneth- :: young woman 11 '

t cuing food. Kodol enableyou to said. "I rrspttt and esteem you, but u give best of references from SOLE PROI'RI EToR. ?ENSCUL.Fl.'I.
leading physicians of this
assimilate what you eat by die-t-; I can never marry you." 1\IKS.)1. GIUDEXP

lug it without the "tom\ ll'-' aid. "Was and is that your final verdict lltf lit South DeVillier"! Pt., (>I : i' 0, nl)' 41H YEI.EPIIII' 1'9
Hargi1 Pharmacy: John Sheppard, Miss Hagflns'/ asked the young law- We will launder your rereads: for IiISIe1

Sidney Kalin4ftr 15 Cents: each and make them look
jer, pale, but self po'sl'sH'd.-Cblcago t
e. .
Tribune. like uw Star Laundry. DR. KINO'STRY ralanwa lIT"l handle every class of LI'-J': 'f

bulk or bottle, wholesale or retail! ,: : .lIt
Thlrlrrn YearatBanks1
wouldn't marry the 1'I'I-t gra CHlCMESTEP ENGLISH:

. !woman In the ",.rid'! Interesting to Asthma Sufferers. FEHHYRQYAL PiLLS THAT AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER.
D.lnit-l'H.tnte of Ottervill Iowa COLD.
Hir.ks-Y i-oiildn't.: She marrifdme Jr Urq..d..d trnlr brm.t.a
.t' 'MII. F + : r I.d/: .... rrn TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.
thirteen! ,years! nzo.: write- : "I have had asthma for f, : .':t., ('11 It IU"TU:'.. ..'<(<.1.1'11
:.;.6gF11 ... ... ... ...
three four .1.1. of Cures WICKS&CO.
and .
or have tried .
f (ifatl. : I. year ijl """ \J! '' ifclm..lfctr. lid... ConsumptionCoughs

about all the cough and a-thma : Al- tyro I/.trro..ub.lilal..d. ., ...t..lie' Colds Bronchitis Asthma
y. was h.
Croat I'rrnfnrf of Mind. cure* in the market and have received *"T *er j *.*.*?.1.. l*.rlJcMl..r..,.Tr..'....niaU n ,

She after be Las proposed, in nnsidet treatment from phy-ician X! P.' .a...u.U.rr..I..dl.\I.U. I.....HM... ".' '.""_ '.""'d"j''! tr PneumoniaHayFeverPleu- Plumber Gas and Steam

-Oh. this Is liO t'a'y! but m New got York and little other"citle benefit -. ... ..11._t hi.k. .-.eness, fitter,
very tin
He-\\ bat! did you say?
til I tried Folf>\"'* honey and Throat, Croup and
She-Ob. this! is so !' udden:-Detroit
Tar which gate me immedi- l' Whooping Palafox Ptrpf.All .

j' Free Press. ite relief and I will never be crRrs dieebsrrr.autlammanun CrPFig Uf.'rrnaarstIa ,, Cough. Kinds of Plambing and Ga! Fittings M"-- _I. -f O ps on HN' .*
without it in my hou-e. I -IIICHE-h' Ow..i.N Jrm ti The largest: coral reef In the world Is recommend it to all.:' W. A, I>'AIembeite *- J tot la ffinrtort.. cf DlQCoa* membranes Price 50c. and $1. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE. ..
Pnnsu<'otl 10B. Pulllt-M, and Hut UtrUI
.: the Australian Harrier reef, which is li'l Palafox. S.ImtvJ.sCHty cnCo.ent cr .

aiiKs in aexstno. bold by Druggists,
3,100 length.
I O.a.. or erns plate. wrapprr, WEEKLY: HCIIKDULE .A. J.\I..A.
,7 e
Her Kpatonlntr. 1 ly exprel>. prepaid, for r yEUtfl
II ft), ur J Milt. 2.7i. FOR STEAM DIVISIONPt .
!\ Read II in HU Newspaper. Baby Iar ant was watching a little *Lirco! r sent en irYUCII

11, Schaub well known German bird! hopping: about on the lawn when All creditor 1 NS.COL.UCIHlunUtIr'! : .
George a Ityatpe! ilinr bntet-s and >KK Tit AVERY > JH'IK
she saw him suddenly pick up a tiny art:! personcaving clam or UfmnndtanniD1 RAILWAY COMPANY.
of New Lebanon
citizen Ohio
i the e-tseof t-t-d r.auer
stick and deceased. IMPORTER AND
fly awny with it"I JOUBER 0 l'HARDW
: 1 i* a constant reader of the //1///1 are r"'IUtr..d to pr.s..nllbt'\J to the undvrltbtD Trains lUTe }'enu cola for the L'tti
'poet he's poln' to whip the baby !stpn vl Loy.-sr. Bayou Big Bayou.W'arrtngton Nary Yu
rQlbcit/llll. He knows that tin blrtl." Iohe said sl'riously.oston Transcript MX i.. RE.tR.I"uawew lad tort K rr.ncai .t \ ::;

i aim to adverti-e the AdralDi'trator.11ATIOX IIIO at Fort Barranca. *- 1. E.
paper ay a.m.arr..e ?.H* i .i. X, .t
i best iu itcoulnnand when he aw -- a..m.arrive at ton Karrsncas.. a.1 '
Iuop.m.arrive: at Fort barrancai I:,fip &
i, Chamberlain'-Pain Rilmadverti-ed WARN IPiG. SUPPLIED! FOR '.SO p. m.arrive at tort Barrancas ,:le p aetCp. Iron, Nail, Axe ho'l"fla'l'1 : Vapplie I ,.ttmboat|
I IV rXITEI rA'J Eo; m. arrive aL Fort barrancai TKip r
therein for lame back he did not If you have kidney or bladder MARINE "8:00 p,m. arrlTe atiortitarrancaa S.t 3p.e > *. Cooking and Htatin .v. -, r'.unt. Oil
COHP-He1dcl'tl.rter" Marine Trains 'eive fort Barrancaafar f6t> Window Glass, Gun, Pistol -' ,
hesitate in buying a bottle of it for trouble aud do not U-P Fojpy" Kidney Cvrps.lluarteruta-ter'-Odice. Wa-h cola at C; If'kle.

his wife, who for eight weekhad Cure you will have only yourself ingtou. I). C.. June 9, lug' -!Sealedprcpoah 7:13 a m. arrive at Pl'nlaeola. .._.. i.-oo a. B Agate and Tinware aim IInll"t'rll"nj'-' GootKIVAGENS

suffered with the most terrible painin to blame for resulta* it in duplicate will be received lludp m. arrlTe at reniacoll11:6: ;.11
' her back and could relief positively %:00 arrive at Pens ola_..._ I ..
!get no at this office until noon p. m. :4t p. FOR BIRMINGHAM -
cureall on ROLLING
form 03
kidney and arrive Pensncola_... ,,
5:0' in at 6 3
He : "After using tie Pain June 24. litl'> p p D
says : bladder di-e\se*. \v. A. D'.\leir- and then be publiclv 7:0.\ p m. arrive at Peneacola: ._.... 7.,5 p Giant Stitched p' ltinz. Northampton Emery
Balm for a few day my wife aid tome bate, Ul < Pah fox.Foley's opened for furni-hinsr ration at t.tSp! m arrive At Heniaccla_ ,KI r Wheel Co., Laftin & Rand Powder Co.. Johnson's Kif-
'I feel as th"'ugh.blru anew, bun Island, N,1' ; Portsmouth N -.:lIr1.Je only
and before ingthe entire content II ; Newport R. I. : Brooklyn. N. FARE: FOB WHS DAY!;. -omin, Iron King and Buck Suites and Ranges \Vrn.

of the bottle the unbearable pain- Y, ; Philadelphia. Pa. ; Washington Peniacola to Fort Barrancas and rttora it.Penacola Coups Made & Co.:s Raw Hide Latch Leather, Masury's

had entirely vanished and she could Honey and Tar I). C ; Norfolk.. ; Port Royal a. to Palmetto Navy Yard and retcrc_ K.Pectaeola Railroad Colors.
again take iip her household duties.""'e.'ooDiates C. ; Dry Tortuga. Fla and "Pensa-: toU!'DAT irRKDUCI.and rearlll'- Masonic Temple y Pensacola fIde

He i* very thankful and hopes that cola.. Fla. Proposal blank and
Wben weather -
all likewise will hear of permits tbe rnnclDg o
suffering other information em be obtained Oren coaches.LPav .

her wonderful recovery. This valuable upon application: to this cttice and to < Fe2aaoa tv fort Farrnta- -

liniment is for ale by all druggists the commanding officers, marine I a. m. 10 *. m. W. B. WEIGHT>> GOffiPliNY

1.: and-medicine- dealer, The I II 11ppy i} H 0 ill e well- barrack*. 1 I'his, at office the ab reserve ve nim the.1 rizhtto station 11 ip.m.a. m. il(Jp p.m.. m o t ,

furnished li Mject j any or all bid* and to Ip.m p.nj. x MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IS
om e. ..lIars/on .
waive informalities. Accsp'anceof p.3 p mtr ,

@ I4 J- Quina can supply youwith bid to be -ubj ct to -ce-iry appropriation l p.m.. m. 4pm'eniaeoltto rT-- LUMBER LATHS

OYifThi.etgnstnre / all needed in the by Cc'igrtBid'from rats rot srpDAT ,
way .
regular dealer! "ulv will ho oonidfrel Harrtzsn: l'UJ

'' Is on every bcos of the rllllille of house furnishings at the l F L '. 'NNY. o'"' f r'I t arC .tlr: !>t3rc_> ft H WED CYPHE S bl1ihGLFS--Eiiii'Er1t
Laxative Brorao-QuinineTabieu i' ,. <' oiaoi to Pfc'rratto Yeah and i
t ; lowest prices cash or credit t plr. -.te-: ._______ jj.So .
tie reiue>l/ that cue a cola la one dmj. Ijpaw w .
freight received steer 1:16 B. PEX
, : p. ACOLA, FLA.

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Napoleon's FailureTo


win the Battle of Waterloo was due to his stomach. In his youth ;. .1

MEETING 1 Napoleon's digestion was perfect. In later life he suffered from dyspepsia I'

t and indigestion and finally died of !: ,
Chicago Doctors Deal With ,

Remarkable Case. ll 1 When his stomach failed. fortunes Historian o"
The fifth r"u..dlHtin. :! of the Napoleon's declined. ; !i ; .:_ '
I I he lost the tattle Waterloo 1 '
he the
I l'I say something ate night : ''
I famous the World Elim A. cciation will be held with II I'. RARE I II I before/disagreed with him so seriously as to render him incapable of '; I l'i I l I I) '''itI !.

I -Fully Matured. I TO MEDICAL SCIENCE I \ ,\t j 1 properly directing his army. In Napoleon' time there wu na: 'V ,

Over the Pleasant Hill Cturch June iT7, I 'Y known remedy for chronic stomach trouble. To-day a certain curt ; ,

EleryVhere. I ) exists ia such a remedy '
L Jc/d ..J 28 and 2i). The program will be as Practically Dead the Heart of Bridget \ KODOL J I "
I :
follows: I Dempsey, a Patient In the County i ,, ).) ) Which by digesting what you eat keeps the body properly nourished I I ; ;. '
Lee Pleads Insanity. Hospital, Kept Pulsating for 8[ / { .( .. -, and at the tame time gives the stomach a chance to rest The process E J i r' ; '

17 M'llard Lee. the JUNE 27TH. 4$ .:..; \ of digestion is due to the action on the food of the saliva, gsstria ". i I ;j

I I. ,a May! Suttles. his Hours Before It Finally Ceased. juices and pancreatin. a secretion of the intestinal tract. If any of "' ; .1 "

n .' .hun h at Hen Hill.! 1 1 8 p. u.-Preaching by Kev. J. H. Chicago. June c l J these elements are lacking perfect digestion is impossible. KOdol'! : (
-Practically! dead! ) DyspepsiaCureconinsthemaliinesactpropoionandconsequently I '
i- ;v- asi.!!; [.-, now bein? McAnally. for eight and one-half '' I 11
1 houis. the heartof \ I performs the process of digestion as well as the natural stomach. II .L I

!Ulna) superior court I JUNE 28TH. Bridget Dumpsey. a patient in th3 \ is the ONLY preparation which contains them ALL and therefore the l_ .' I'

: n.unl.-r.! The plea 01 j jimporary county hospital. has finally ceased S only one which digests :,

.' insanity. 10 a. m.-Called to order by the beating. All action of the respiratory \ij I ALL CLASSES OF FOOD. '
\A .tr.i -"es have )been cail-1 I chairman ; Ol10." 101 in Gospel I organs of the woman had ceased and \i You don't have to diet. Don't overload the stomach. Don't eat too I Ii.'

th' case. Having mauy i iii'iivs I. j! the physicians in attendance ,I2Ulfl JL..I '_ fast. But eat all the good food you want in sufficient variety. Kodol i '

the trial is excith hymns ; 95th p-alra and prayer by j ji noun Hl h.-r dead. The jil.-I V"/n'i1/ Dyspepsia Cure will digest what you eat. Thus the body will be sus I I I
I I | heart ai-t Ion. .j. '
tained. Meantime the stomach will be resting. This rest will soots '
')f interest. I Itiectric I Dr. D. C. Buriou. which
I apparently bad died away, grew "1 1m siity-nlne yrtrt oil and have lived here restore it to health. Napoleon's case illustrates the fact that people f!

Plant Sold. 10:20' a. n:.-Calling: ; the roll of stronger a few moments alterwards.I .-1IIIY life" writes W. H. Bowen from NUntua. with weak stomachs often fail in a crisis. The moment a man's I!
Light anti ijij .(tioiis of Ii! O. I was in the general merchandise business stomach i* attacked his mental powers are curtailed. The body is 'i i i1
June 17.-A business churcheaud Leariu from :|I an fetre for twenty five years For yean I wU I.
sustained the food eat. The stomach distributes it the various
i other btiihulaiita and artificial re. plr.\. i! trjubled with dyspepsia an.i indigestion. I by we "
i rtance to the :Marietta each. tried everything but received little benefit until parts of the body. Sometimes the stomach fails to digest the l ;
I tion Here uh-td. but in,>ff l'tuaIJr. Still 1 1I | I look Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. I can My truly
f sale of the :Marietta: food put into it. Then the work of distribution is interrupted and the
11 a. m.-11.& work of the I the pllball"!><. of the heart continued 1! that it IS the best remedy for dyspepsia ever put ;
Holyspirit left without nourishment. This '
and body amounts to
I complete or partial
n ;jilant.: :Mou'.trie M. SMif In a bottle. I can anything want now I -
1 with regulanty while the u, nian re' i:, tine recommended It to a number of friends, starvation. You can't expect much of
in the Churcne* Rev. \\ .
closed the :
;> ar. trade by 'I i who report the tame good result ia every L&.e."
maid; all indkaiTona '
to oth-r
ir."a Electric Hie-: A STARVINC MAN OR WOMAN.odol .
companya.i I 15. Moritzand other '
) will improve ant less !' } Dyspepsia Cure cures the worst cases of stomach trouble. If you have simply an occasional functional de. ,

t '[lire. l1U a. i :.-Hu* the cLurch any : Dr. J. H. MIIard, of the hospitii j rangement: with belching fulness or sour rising after meals), teaspoonful of Kodol: Dyspepsia Cure will set yon

f : I staff.. pioKuiiaceri: thf ease Landry't right at once. It never fails.
scriptural rizlt by which to j jparaly.Mo
govern i! i one of the rarest cHseaa.-J THEY KNOW ITS MERITS. .
-'lIl1m. kidney HIP I\- its member?? By Rev. J. L. Uryars "n rtnjf been a treat tuffcrtr! from in3j'! tlon anol reiu'tlnu, e.Iii tit "I ha 1 tt<)!nvh tr mMe all my ltf>,"njt Prnprle tor Edw. Mcbler. of 1"1 I'I'Kl '
:'" n caud by excer -- i known to medical! The li,;. y:<-.ri ant beln! unable (a obtain permanent r'lIef.l molred to try the l'olo Hi"ttIIg"orln.: 1JH P.rale.t.. Erie. I'a.. ".uj bti triti
.' -> briny v rhpttf'd. and other I tastis primarily! paralysis! of the respiratory o1ul Dypcpil&Cure" says Poatmtitrr R. H. H Qr. and spent conilderabl
U "BeCora I hJ need one bottle I knew I bat found what I bl loaf money .ryln'to get a momvnfa pence. Finally:! reel of Kodal DrprpilaCureanJtnujtat .- "
f kidney* at once bKlrillp \' 12:3u-Itecefor dinner uruaus. which does not act l.wkeJ for. After a few bottles I was cured of."reOuID my ilJe thai a trial bottle. I have Deed tereral Dow aaj I
y Cure W. A. I I btJ nut been free from fur more than ten yean I ito better today can lay wltb tbe reaieit latliraettoa that 1 never foond 1U equal tjfeurtni I I i
.. 1 :11)' Devotional inirae.lattly on th. heart thin\\D ,eI" ani couilier that Kodol Dyipepila Cur baa (iveamaa itumacb truub.e.. 1 g'.adlrecuiDoxuil: It." i
urh Palafox.Foiey's ia.- exercises
121 :>" p. b,w lease of lifePrspars I ,
The .j
dad woman was 21 of ae
lyd: by Jes-e J crditl.I : years by E. C.O.Wltt t Co.,Chicago. Th. ".00 Bottle con''nI2'lImn' n much (b>r actual mlllurlmn) IS lbs trial ill* I I
i and entered thp institution
two for 60 cintt.

Kidney Cure ::j5 p. in.-Has a Missionary BapI I ago to be treated for tubercular men DYSPEP WHAT 4
cukes kidneys and L&ckr right.I I tin church a scriptural right to retain ingitis. .
i I

ii I .r coolers that do notr members in full fellowship who ,I Agrees to Accept Spooner Bill. I A fbnrrh In Dlmt'oltl.... Cores Cbolera-Infa im, i '

i oppose supporting mi-sion work? Washington. June 17.-The Rejmbli- It was a New England! parson who Diarrfacj.DyKntfry L_ ,
at the Willis i
t v
; fly Rev. A. H.; J. Countryman. :> can members of the senate committee |I announced to his congregation on a recent the: Bowel Troubles ef .

r'i ; / -are Co.'s. |I on Cuban relations today finally 'i Sunday, "You will be sorry to Children AfI[Ag.. i1'
; ;3p.m.-Has: the church the 'I Aids Dilution, KejuliUf t !
right]I II agreed to th* acceptance of the Spoon I hear that the little church nt Jones

1 r'. -t line of umbrella* in the to retain members who buy, sell, : er bill providing for reciprocity with I \ille Is once more tossed upon tbewaves the Beweb.Strengthen :! "

l. J I. ritephens'. Go look a sheep without a shepherdChristian Costs Only 25 cents at Druggists tftjmr; 1iW. ;
I ;
1 work and ride:: on trains on the Sabbath Cuba. and derided to ask that a conference -I' ,
I of Republican senators be Register. t. 4 Or nail t.i cent to C. J. MOFFETT. M.- D... ST. LOUIS. MO. :: _
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? By Revs. J. L. Bryars, J. H. ,..,.".6UII, *;<... ..tna.. X-t, IHIi.ware S ;
called for tomorrow night to considerIts
DR. 1'. J. SIOFfETT-Dear IJorlorr
I your TEETUIXATtr1 hlny
\f *i > r* t >r f +*- McAnally, B. H. skinner, I. Spence, terms. No good health uule,* the kidneysare Moirdtm) to our little grand child with the le.nJpi"t reault The efffet* :

PUBLICITY FOR I sound. FoleKidnev Cure were almant magical, and eertainly more imti.jactoru than from mnvthlinf :
J. L. Taylor, A. M. Lowery, J. E. reereruiird. Your reru trutu JltSF.Ht H. Kt'.Y,
1 makes the kidneys riffht. W. A. (Aoir Bishop Southern JlttliodMiwrcL> Pastor of at. lineS Chmrth I'
(r THE PEOPLE. Holley A. :S. J. Countryman T. Ready to Yield. D'Alemberte, 121 ri. P.llaf x.I I.
"I used DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Fillingirn, J. W. Day and others. ( t TIME TABLE. !
\ naive for piles and found it a certain .
(j( r \ er'. Uord Costs You a Cent ;5 p. mAdjourn.. I
cure, says rt. R. Meredith, Willow
11/ and K'er> Word is Head The Beer RAILROAD.
7:45 and
p. m.-ong prayer serviceled i i Grove Del. Operations unnecessary I 1S: EFFECT DECEMBER I. 1'JOt
\1 I. l IU erjboJy.. by L. C. Bowman. to care piles. They always yield to "
---------- ---- - De Witts Witch Hazel Halve. Cures
New Oeloans and Mobile.Oo
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:\1"1.TO LINI). :b: p. m.-Hearing reports of our | skin, all kinds of wounds. That Made ----

.. ..------1 Accept Ill) counterfeits. Har is' So. :-0,.. :-io.8. I ::;. No Ii. il71. il-
missionary, Rev. J.V.. Day; :and Pharmacy John Sheppard, Sidney ; a 12:15 m llS' p Leave ..... PenscoIa ...Arrive 6:1111 a i 4:1)1' p 8:00 JJ
I\ \ ',1 )ubo1 furni- '5's) III L..4VII,.... i'lomalon ..... Leave '
I' a :1:1: p a 2:5i: a ::3') p 7:16 JJ "
_' : i ul all kinds of per-i dicusion by all. !; Kal>n. I : I .. ... ... ,
... 11:0) a 42 p ?:i.i a Leave Ioblle Leave 1'llIn'tll:15 n 1iOO JJ I i : r
-"j: i jIr.p, i I"ieaiy Htrictest I I ANNH I tR r AMijU _.._:__:__'I: :'p 7$1 a Leave.New (irieans..Lpve Mibp I Tia \ '
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-a [j"'liJlt"> I \1] py! to A. A. Fliblr.OJ p. ui.-Adjourn. I ---
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> : 1'Hltif it -:- j j"f I North. t

--- I'yny-ltaMam Relieves Klgtit. Away :, .
JUNE 29TH. 1
'I ,,. l f" > l.r.:M i fIm improved real es-I vu] makca a seed cud otcoujba and cijld.BANKERS' ;. -IrsVICTORIA- No. 2. :\0.6. No. 1 No. 8.
I t..'. .:i Urijr or -m\ll amounts at low service 11:1)5:I p m 12:15 p m I Leave ..... Pensacola .Arrlve ,:1'11) p m 1I:00! am I i
11'r..1 t'ill! on Lr.lie K. Brooks 5) a. m.-Song and prayer | IIUam lIapm t Arnve". lontilom..rYf.I'8\'e 1I:15am
i at law. -.I" ', rt. falafoi Mi.. Kisher 11:511 am 1/::)>01 pm ArrIve... Birmingham ...J.l'aye !sSSam: sudpm ,
led D. M. Merritt.
swIm by I CONVENTION. / i11\ pm m : Arrive ..... \a8b\"llIe .,.I.eave ... ..... _.. t I
9:3o' m-h tte church I 2$1 a m '1:13= a m Arrive .... Louisville .....Lt'&ve 8:15 pm 2t5: am
: a. re pon-l I I
"- r V TO-DAV-Do yoa nt-ed moneyT MADE BY ACME BREWING CO. 7t:11 a m l5 a m Arrive .....('incianati....f.t'IIve 8:40] p m 11:15 p m
"I can harrow any amount you want sible for the Sunday school? By J. Interstate Association Meets at Savannah I 7:5))lam I'Sl lp m .o\rrv. iii. Lou!' .L ul' .:Ipm I4Mom- I II I"I"I
.u t-asiesl terms and lowest rains -175 Bankers Present. BKSI; 10-CEXT HOTILE BEER PEN ACOLA AND-RIVER I
othe'r5. I JUNCTION.
obtainable :proved city real A. Godwin and I .
Savannah. Ga., June 17.-The Interstate IN TOWN.DANNHEISBER. I
rom Wm. .Usher iw- South I'ala-
I So. !l-Daiiy -io. 8-Dally Sostop where time not IboWD0.. !-Dallr No.
Bankers' association I t-DaiIy
I In-tf J:2n a. m.-Who should first enlist j composedof f'

: I IRloDPy.ln EI the members of the banking ass!) : BROS. ; -ii.-5.---;: 7tl1 a m '1Leave. ... Pensacola.._....Arrive 11):5fJ pm I II:"" ID .
WANT TO BORROW MONEY in the :Sunday school work? By j: 12:15 night 7:13" .. ......... lobt'III1a......... .. \41\1: h 11:1)1I JJ"
I. ,ure your property pro- ciatlons of Georgia, North Carolina and AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED I l2: 'I" 1:1-1" ....... Ynlt'Ua ......... .. 11:3. to 41:1)1 to ;
-traits of title bay or Bell real es- H. Adkisson, U. H. Grimlar and !. Virginia convened here this morning.The I l.:5i: 7:1'1" .. .........Escarubia. ....... .. 11IItJ"I: I I 1\:51 .. I if,1
.z property of any description, have I I. f HarDer ih ley. 12:35: T:5:: II ..... .._. MulM ..... .... js I II-'i .,
.-'Oti'd or your taie attended to, others. i j first day's ses. lon was held at 12:511 74 .. ,. .. ........ Harp ..... _.... .. l:1 to Ii" .
_. ""r iMre4 Thos. C. 'A'ataon A Co. ; the Savannah theater. There are Main House-401 8. Palafox street. 1:51I": 1s: .,_..... U"lt City ....... to 111:15 1I7: 'j I
I ik .- .ate! and Inurance agents Pensaw The speakers will be limited to ten I Iminutes l-54 7iN to _...... Milton .... ,...,. 11):111 5.") .. t ,
a w (.'hftr es moderate. To everyone about 1jt: hankers and representativesof R. R. Exchange-Opp. Union DepotP. ii3o am.:... .. .. ......600d Rangs._ _... 6:56: tj ;
B .1\ lot from as we will lend money each. III i banks in attendance. The morning O. Box 231. Pensacola, Fla. 1:115": 8:15": .". .._.__., Hoiti .... ...., ..' 11:115 6:113 I .
1 -n to build a houe. Nd-tf 21I to !I'$) ....__ Milligan ....._ 8:20 6:11 .. i2at .
:2'') a. Missionary; Sermon by ; was taken up with the delivery of' Phones 1l62e8.It's : to, 1iII: 3 Of .........Cre: tylew..,.._ 11:13 6:00: "
--- 5G} II S 51' Of .. ..._._1> Per Land...._ 8\6: "
address of welcome from :Mr. P. A.tovall. 8:36
M.YI..I; nin\VANTJ-I). Rev. B. H. Skinner of Atmore. I an .. ,
j I II:>:I" I/n" ...- Mossy head ...... 8:..) 8:14 i'
---- editor of the Savannah Press. I .:0.1" 8:' to Of ..lleiuniakbprings. 8:1'1: 2t3 '
\\ r ,- 1"1I to learn barber trade. 12:2J: r- a.-Ccllection for mi- : and by Mr. R. F. :Maddox .:1; \1:14"' .. _.._..... Argyle ....._ 1:... 2:81 \; ,
A 0 !,q i our graduates. W" want responses Mistake sa.: .1' 8: j' :: .....Ponce de Leon.... 7:: 2:111 t: ;
... II'-CAIV* you for Jlweekly II:')01" l'l.1' } .. ..... "ryYHle...... 7:lf I:411 Of 1.1il.'I" .
I t.4? Moler Barber College, 12:30: p. m.-Recess for dinner. I Carolina. and George J. Seay, of Rich- : Itl': .. .._.__.Ilonifay......... 1I.fJ.'i Of I IU: ,. ,
:: Je2tf mon!l. VaEGovernor 11-1: ,. 1.1" .. ......... lblpley ..... 41\1: to I:'.. '
_._ 2:2o: p. m.-riong, "How Firm a': First-Class Western Beef Is i 6::*! to tl"T _.....Cotloadale....... 11:1'1 to I, j2a! 110011 f tI'
"cnt -i.\.LI';. I OTarrell of Virginia I' T's! 1l: 5" .......!ttarlanna -....... ii:Jol'" 1Jt .. I
:? Foundation,"by the choir and prayer ; delivered a very interesting address 7:*) Of 11: 5" .... .. ._ l'ypress .. .... 5'i to 11:.; a. ,
Not 25 Cents a Pound. Tti ll:: .....Grand Ridge._. 5ItJ II ll:;!:! to il J
I A BAItGUN-Acen- by T. W. Ficklin. j i At 2 o'clock the first day's session 1:;'; ,. I=:')} noon .. ... .... Mn8ads .. .... 6:=1" 111:511" .
t -.aloon. near Palafox to end 8:15" 12:15"rrlveRlvt'rJnnctloQ ..Lfoave 6:1. 11II":
came an
; al"y! Kor partlcu- 2v p. m.-Preaching by Rev. J. -- .

Watson ('.... Keal Look at our Prices : : ,

-- --jTeodlwino.t -- W.Day. Robbed Woman at Pistol Point. La.t"ell.'ow: *0)=QOLAY=0, ; CHOICEST ,,

t I: \ : 1 desirable lot ID I 3:-."') r. m.-Adjourn. j| Atlanta. June 17.-While pretending Extra Loin. . . l5ctolSc 20c I ,

1i'Y termi. by the Klshercy service lit i. to show her the way to a house for Round .. . .. .. 15c; 15cBrisket ( -oF-
r .', 4.; :: 2'>(, South Palafoi 7:4 > p.m.-Prayer H'f; Grist and Corn deal JHills. !
and Chuck. 8) 10s
;: : I
I atm i iJrmilar. j I which she was looking a negro last i

( j j jb i i night decoyed Mrs. Roeenberry, of Rib Roast: .... ............ .. .... lie ISc ]l. F. GONZALEZ & CO., Prop i,
I ',,r Itflll. Rev. J. W. Ramp 15c 15c f FOhJ8 ND COFTIONY{ ( y
p. u:.-Preaching by Greensboro. Ga., to a dark place; and : I Iii
- -- Considering quality, above pricesare Manufactcreri
i I there forced her at the point of a pis.
) \\ I a..I. furnUueJ rooim at I>).1Y. cheaper than in any other city of j CHOICEMEAIJANI) PLHKGKOUNC _AT- I
"" .., aUttVuiltc
: i itreet. her \
; : tol to give; up pursll.1'hh contained -
this; size in the 1
S:50: p. m.-Adjourn by singing I,' country.We | STOCK FEED.
about $40. :Mrs Rosenberry was do have to more for our C.
\ ia'Iil-. > .l. We Meet pay Patronize Home Industry, for there h APOSTLE'S f'
-..... -...... God be with You j I trying to find the house of a friend meats and have to charge: more I' every reason yon should bay your Meal and .!'

\\ :A ";'ootl solicitor; will pay i!i again." I I when an unknown negro came along than formerly, but it Un't our fault, : Stock for feed from the Home Manufacturer borne ladoi-,
I I by so doing you enconraze U I East GiFtraitit S
"nmi'smn to right one. Ad- ] 1 I I and we are selling as low as we pos tbe .
mrttf Rev. J. L. BryarsA and volunteered to show her the place try. Yonr money U left in community i I'
office. by
I.i i and benefited.
In Indirectly
-i--- sibly cau. yon tnrn are ,
1 she was seeking. Instead he tolled her the home manufacturer Formerly Cordova Restaurant
In fostering yon! Stand
: invitation l Is extended to'
W.TIJ). > cordial to a dark alley near the Boys' High! PARLOR MARKET contribute to the cause of labor, You owe
I I OJe car-load of 1 1I
It to tbeoommanlty which you live and Pineapples at 11.75
; !i!. all to attend this meeting.D. !! school and drawing; a Iistol, told her which contributes to TOUT support. to $2.UO do.en. I
h.\r oungmenttOn1E4-: ,J hell A per
\, Phone 173.: Jill. :S. :Sons.
.t ..,1flV at once to prepare for MKRKITT; : if she did not surrender! her purse he
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iKivVroniHiit.. Service. \pI. I would kill her. As soon as he got the --
I' II' irres. Inst.. Cedar Kap.t I). M. I'BiTi'HErr, Chairman.
1,1111. : money the nero; fied. The hold-u.i

Secretary. : was immediately reported to the poHe -
\\ \ ;:' -. cla.s borse-!>hoer who
r,..r..r..nct"ppl)' to pltzer *. F.E.Brawner'sOne-Piice Cash House
.' i' Eat Garden street 1'.11.
'4. ,iU. Ha ITj-lt Pair of Them.He ;

-The great trouble with Gabley d

\\, ,NANTKl'bya willini 15-year- is that! Lf taiks t much. The Bitters will

.x \ou'll finl him atNo.t OSTET1ER positively cureIndigestion
treet. JlnfKre She-That's strange! When be bas ii .CUT PRICES TWO !L. l

\\ : .U yard egg atMek I J 1 been with me Le scarcely said a word. I I CEUBRATED J .

.'e' Keitaurant. I'! IK--Oh, he I Is too much of a gentleman ,
Dvspepjia, 10 M) yards Dress !"wise; worth 6c 20 dozen Ladies' Lisle Thread
\\' \',, iKl>.-S.All KRIIDXA5.kinds ot empty. DOTStf beer'ttlrl. : to interrupt Constipation. yard, 10 yards for So cents. Vests, worth 3-5 tent, yours for 20 .. Diaper, lOyards in a piece, worth I i j

,. cents. SOc, for this sale, 60c.luO .
Knch decision make however Biliousness Dre worth .
HelpV;, ule.l->Iale. you 1000 yards Dimitys, I Ii .t
tritlins;: It may be will Influence every CE Nervousness 7'c, 10 yards for 45 cents. IfluO Boy's and Men's collars, dozen Ladies' Fast Black Foil I "

\\ ''I Trustworthy person In etabie eai'h. derision you will have to make, hc."- : ,.. I j broken sizes, to close; out at 3 each. Beamless Hose, regular lOc good, I
> to manage buine.Od Malaria. 21).M" ) yards bleached yard wide Domestic for
this sale
ane 6I"C a pair 1 for
tolid nnanoial standing; ever Important be. ;
may 1 .
"" m tide weekly salary {IS bottle 10 yards for 45 cents. !!I 200 Ladies' Madras and White 2.jc '
ck each Wednesday. "lth all t'x- "ne ped for those that labor under Try a I i 1 I Waists, worth T5c and {1, to close at I ; {

,.ireot from head darters: money burdens." So said Napoleon as be meta and satisfy your 2000yards unbleached Sea Island ,i I 45c. 100 dozen Men's Seamless Half *,1 1

i. for. eipene.. Manager, ST 9 ('at.g.Chcao. porter on the Paris highways and self. The genuine yard wide Domestic, 10 yards for 45 Hose in brown, red and black, for I J l
has our Private cents. !i W pairs Lace Curtains: 21*' yards 5c a pair.
I '
5 1
-- -- stepped to give the laborer the

lJJ..rHY.- ..... :' right of way. I 1rER the neck Htanip over 2Cm()) yards Embroideries, regular I!I Iiong. ;, regular T5c goods, to close at 25 dozen Men's French Dropped I ."Jirj
.. COMB BROWN LKUHORNSHlvely. !: price 7>2 to bHc, 10 yards for 45 cents. 1 Stitched Under Shirts, worth 40c, to
Stock and Eggs for sale.der j I 1i 25 dozen Large: Turkish Bath T*,'- close at 25c each. Drawers to match. .

.:_ at Willis Hardware,. l\/it How to Avoid Trouble. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ll))) yards Dress Pique and Ducks I els, worth |2, will close at U 20. 30 dozen Men's
worth 10 and 12> 10 yards for bo I Fancy Striped I ,
.IIAIRiOOIM.. Now i;; the time to provide your- :jC 20 dozen 24x33-inch Bleached Lace Under Shirts, 45c each. Drawers

1 W. HAKAH-- B EIRXE-M annfaetnrer- self and family with a bottle ofChamberIain' W. C. ROWE, M. D. :i cents. Towels, for this sale, at SOc dozen. to match. I I

-lea azddeatertn, Hair oil,etc.Hair,K9 Uoodi W. ,GovernmentM Hati.Toilet Colic, Cholera and 1, Office: 17 f S. Palafox. ', 1000 yards Dress Cross Bar, worth 35 dozen 2Sx42-incb:: Towels, regular 2 dozen Ladies1 Rack and COlored I i j":.

:; .. .( Diarrhoea Remedy. It is almost anefl IDS m S>jC, 10 yards for 50 cents. lOc goods, for this ale, 9oc Bilk Tafletta. Wai't regular price '
Hourt from ; to 111) a. m. p.
1"lnwt'r'Po:; FuncrRllli. certain to be needed before the summer and \! To'cloct I 25 dozen Ladies' Bleached Vests, dozen. |3.50toc1oseat220each. I

.V.rM-Jo'U'-iEK.\L is over, and if procured now with tape in neck, 5 vests for 25 500 yards White Batiste Lawn, This sale will positively not run

.L, promptly bouquets special tarnishedI designs may save you a trip to town in the, naono G5. cents. regular 12)i quality, 10yards for b5c. for longer than one week. | <,&

,! .. V.oiette: MenO,8=:1 West Gregory night or in your busiest season. Itis'everywhere \ ii\M\
: 8._ t9dIm i admitted to be the PARItER'SHAIR i

4 'UT lo'.l.\VEH-i.: most successful medicine in use for BALSAM lPnmotM F. E. BEAWNEE'S ONE-PEICE CASH HOUSE I II
-'- bowel complaints both for childrenand ;_ _C1BBnII. tnj a luunnt bttmifo(tht rvwth.Me .&: I I iiSI
FLOWERD and Floral tesignio adults. No family can afford to r FaUa to He.tor, Grail !

'lal designs ordered for customers be without it. For sale by all drug- Cano Bur n to.p it d.*frun Toothful ft hm I 111
.olette iloreao Gregory. ..JtoaDd,1 e lt DftlglM 0ggl05 STREET.f5g&
.ne mlm i gists and medicine dealt rs. I || fTHE


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'1 tt 1t- I "L'L'L.'L'L- I i; COSMOPOLITAN 'CANDIDATES :' FRED MYERS, FRIENDOF I, Stcostiat6e r orlf l

\ Politics I anPoliticians.d i I ADDRESS THE THE BEEF TRUSTSenate i The 421 Anooal6tatemen- .

-I Ending December 3Ur .
1 ImUred it the Post CCee at Pcs lCola.J'Ie Aa If '!
fla.. C Bill No. A Bill to be

i. J"alaJOlltrHt.OffICE :-Pm'f np-tieirt.BnlWiog. :II?; South a v.f. \!'\ ADDRESSED BY HON. W. A. An interesting of the East entitled ments, contracts"An Act, to agreements prohibit ,arrange trustsor t 1 THE[ [EQUITABLE

THE NEWS PUEUSHING CO. bIn BLOUNT, JUDGE JOHN C. End Democratic club was held last acts combinations or things intended, and certain to or tending ether ; UH ASSURANCE f wmm.A5iet

its anxiety to give Hon. GeorgeP. at which letters! were read
f I. B. HILsON, Managing Editor. AVERY AND OTHERS. to prevent, hinder or obstruct the law. .

Raney. candidate for state senator from Wm. J. Bryan, W. B. Lamar, ful sale of Florida fed beef, or other '. .. s -
W. M. BALL, Business Manager .
from Leon county full credit for A. C. Croom, H. E. Day, J. E. beef, meat, or cattle or ether edible Reserve and otter Liahities .

About half a hundred gentlemen this .... ... .. . ,-.
in state tendingto
AdvanceOn ( \ Crawford, John F. animal or iSnrplusffrom
Terms: Invariably in Broome, H. C.

Year by team. .-.-_. K Tallahassee gathered at the building, cornerChase 't Beard,J. W. Prater, W. W. Richarc's monopolize the sale of or the price which Div.! -'-

1 Ia MonUII :! a! and Cevallos! streets, last thereof." death are paid . s -
I One Wk,by Cmrritr. P.yabte Moodaj 16Idrerrsirg which claimed a monopoly of light f'|, and John G. Ward. committeeof i s. '.:.
Referred to the
night to participate in a meeting o Judiciary
i r ing the city and thus permitting After the transaction of routine chairman. Paid to Polley.holders 111
which Mr. was
the Cosmopolitan Club. Most of the Myers '
fates furnished on Application i lool..f .
i city to put in an electric light plant, business J. B. Roberts, candidates 61.
I (Page )
attendants were made up of voters I' :New Insurance in l&Jl.\ .* ,-
TELEPHONE NO. IIS.PEJSAOOLA the Weekly Tallahasieean, which is of other precincts. !j reelection as coanty co mis- Judiciary Committee, after careful Total Insurance In force

'p:*ing as the champion of Hon. !Ioners. from district one was ictrc- examination, returns Senate Bill No. Dec. 31, 15)1..a. ,
Felix Glackmeyer was made tem
t.rf Fred T. candidate for 18, without recommendation. (Page :
Myers, congress duced. I Notwithstanding the get .
'" porary secretary in the absence ofi I! cial of the
I 103.) strength Socim .
., t I' ;:,;_:-' discredits Mr. Myer's legal I i Mr. Roberts reviewed briefly the
h, D. J. Hayes. The meeting was call- !] On passage cf Senate Bill No. 18, greater security whic:. ::-
.- < ability. Judge Raney represented 'I part taken by tbe county commis- 312 ; holder thereby enjoy : : t'.
Mr. voted NO. )
ed to order at fc:30 o'clock. Myers LOW and GUARAN '

the city anJ Hon. Fred T. Myers, The president named as the executive i! sioners in the movement to reduce (Senate Journal, 1897)) ter are than given by oti.ei ,I : _.

JUNE 18, 19Q2.n the gas company in the appeal to the :the cost of criminal prosecutions in r
n committee Messrs. W. Everett,
i I United States supreme court. The this county, which led to the investigation Happy lime In Old Town.
B. L. Barclay J. D. )Maxwell Ed. ; KXOWLES BROS.i ,
CUBA will finally be annexed. but gas company acted throa bolt on by Auditor Knott. He had "We felt very happy" writes R. I II

Senator Elkin resolution openingthe i Mr. Iyer,' advice, while the city Pooley and Frank Wilde. All were been accused of having spite and N. Bevill. Old! Town, Va., "when II i! General Agent

question :appear to be somewhat accepted. >
Bucklen's Arnica salve
acted on the advice of Judge Raney. enmity against some of the county 3U9 1 S. Palafox St.. PEN-
premature A communication from Hon. FredT.
cured our daughter of a bad case of

WAS Calla failure- -to-qualify as a The Tallaha-seean says' it will be Myera acknowledged with thanks officials. That was untrue. His scald head." It delights all who !

only object had been to do his full it for Cuts; Corns Bruises. Ulcers
of the the club's endorsement
candidate a part plan to create 'remembered that the gas company of him.
t conflict over the primary plan duty as a servant of the people. That Eruptions. Infallible for Pile
"ignored the city's otter of It was moved that the club en
and destroy its future usefulness, or compro- some had even said he was after Only 23c. at W. A. D'Alemberte'sdrug BY THE SEA
mise made before it took steps for dorse a county commissioner from store 121 oath Palaf-. SHE
merely side-stepping; to escape; the Geo. Smith's job. If Mr. Smith had ;
of inevn tble defeat? the establishment of an electric district one and members of the
appearance ___u _____ been remvoed U5.(1JOamonth would sTEEDMAN CIGAR i* ?row-
light plant preferring to rest executive committee from precincts
THE Mobile Register having joined upon not have tempted him to accept theoooiittmenL i1Z in popularity. Save the At the :Santa R.;4 r..'
u'hfit if u.ui ul' ;.'.'I to be its exclusive 13 and 1':= Lee Daniell. J. L. Bands and be rewarded.
a movement for the nomination of a establishment, the :. '

outhern man for president in lol>}. rights. Judge Raney: Sweeney and Dave Sheehan! werei a- ------ Frank Maura, will
i John G. Wel-h, candidate for reelection givt- -
the Kansas City Times aptly responds upon whose opinion the city has endorsed for the respective posi SURGEON ROSS celebrated fish chowder- -

that "the r-outh, or most of I acted throughout as to its rights in tions. Dan Murphy was settled as county commissionerfrom .,
the South is safe for the democratic I district two. was the next day at 5 o'clock p. m. .
I the premises has been sustained" upon as a candidate for secretary of COMING BACK
t ticket in any event. To go into the j speaker. He spoke earnestly of what shore beach. The "iprise *.\\: '
the executive committee. I
southern states for a man to head I Ii i will leave Palaf. "
:No doubt Hon. Fred T. Myers was au excellent institution the county
These nominations
the national ticket would simply be were made by

to waste a chance to carry a close honest and -inctre in his advice ( j Sam Flynn. Robert McLellan and farm i;. He favored doing awayI Surgeon J. W. RosU. S. N. has 2:30 p. m. every Sunday -

northern state.1 Nevertheless New the gas company that they had a j Frank Wilde. I with tbe convict camp; never had been ordered to duty at the Pen a- Foley's Honey and TH: I

York i*. nut the only close: northern monopoly and the city could not Hon. W. A. Rlount was introduced ':approved of that system of workingthe cola navy yard. to ne opiates children.and W.can A.safely D'A.-L-

state. There are Indiana and Illi- break 1.. He! believed that way, for public roads. Believed the bEstI Dr. Ross was formerly: stationed at 1 121 S. Palafox street

nois. __ __ _
- -- --- he has been tbe champion and advocate Mr. Blount said he was not a politician I plan i would be to employ a civil en- the yard and he is beloved by every u -----

I A Curious Complication. of monopolies and trusts! so' j ; was seeking office' for the I igineer' and let the work out by con- resident of the reservation and bun- ,134 134 134 134 134 j

The Hamilton county executive j many years that his legl"i: ion !iiI j jI first time in his life and never a*hd i i' tract. dreJs of Pen*aeolian?, all r.f whom -.'r.I r. _f.__.0.-_.._.. !
committee was one of the few which
ft refused to be bound by the regulations .I obscured and he can see only the a single man to vote for him ; had no W. A. Shelby, candidate for re will be delighted to learn that he 134 -S-| 134 ,

monopoly side of any question. election as county commissioner will soon be home again. Andersen's' TelfDhone'
for the primary election prescribed i special platform to announce, there / ,

by the state committee under Habit is a great thing. I |being no opposition, but he stood 'i I' from district three endorsed what "My---Family--- --Doctor"Blue 134 =:;I It 'TR\lT'"LTOf1'*, 134

the authority conferred it Messrs. Roberts and Welsh had said J.
upon .
ready to serve the people of all : Island Ill.. Jan. 14. IJwl.Mers. *-ty -' 0
by the state convention, and declared But it was real unkind for the classEand conditions of Escambia in part. He believed that good ELY BKOS. :-I have used 134 134 134 134 134

in its call for the primary that Tallaha-*Han-the paper which i ipretending 'country roads would do more than your Cream Balm in my family fur I
the democratic party of this county county to the very best of his. nine years and it has become my
to in
is supreme in this county in all local .. sincerity' its ability and would hold to that1|! any other factor in the upbuilding family doctor for colds in the head.I >None Better
advocacy of :Mr. IYtr,, election to of Pensacola and Escatnbia useit freely on my children. It is .. *
atfiir. and "will county.If 1
aum& exclusive -
promise in the sure event ot his1' a Godsend to children as they are
) s rights in all matters pertaining congress-to try to build up Judge election. it were possible to do so he believed troubled more or less

to the nomination of county officers Raney by pulling down Fred Myers. : ,, the county should be bonded Yours pfctfnlly, J. KIM BALL Than the Best !

from member of the legislature Evidently the Weekly Tallahasseean : :Senator: Mallory would undoubtedly ,, Jude: for yourself. A trial sue
for money to build two macadamized can be had for the small sum of lucent
down to constable." be sent back by Florida, as
is more anxious to s /Cure the elec- ". Supplied by druggists or \
roads north and south and four
eastand *
Pursuant to these declarations of ,, there was no opposition to him. mailed by Ely Brother, ofi Warren > $ 1
i: tion of Judge Rauey than it is thatof
his county committee, Hon. Frank ;i i Mr. Blount said he had known west through tbe county. He St., New York. Full size 50 cents
Fred --- ------
Adam, candidate for re-election to MyerFrom this distanceit grew eloquent in his remark: and BUFFALOi i
both the di-tinguished coLgressional: CONCERT AND DANCE .AT
the state senate from that county, looks like there may be a "niggerin I
was heartly applauded.D.
failed to tie notice of hU; candidacywith the wood pile.'' Was Fred layerput candidates for thirty year having
W. C. Yarborough candidatefor NIGHT. TRAILS h.s:3+AND Powder i
the state committee, beiuif! the attended school with them. Had Baking it
up for congress with the avowed commissioners from dis e. LAST TRAIN RETURNAT
only candidate for that office watched the
in course of both men and
any purpose of slaughtering him and ll.-CO TICKETS:; i5; CENTS. AT i t
county of the 'tate who took that from his observation thought Myers trict four, had no record as a county DEPOT. IS THE BEST ii i

course. It i is under-tood that Mr. laying him away on the shelf with the bet qualified. Certain imputa commissioners to refer to, but he ij i!

Adams hat 1,4J competition and will ,': other political "has boem"? It believed he would be elected and if PROFESSIONAL CHIROPODISTE. j j
tions have
been made and little
therefore expect to be nominated looks L that: way. ..
and elected. i innuendos had been cast by partiesto he was he would serve the people to St. Clair Thomas will remove 1.

While the lower the best of his ability. He did not corns, bunions and mzrowing nails 1 1I
regulations precribedby L.imar's: vigorous! campaign gave: Myers in the minds of. 1I
the I i i store other business that without pain or blood Will call at
state committee provide a* own any or .
Myers little enough show for elec voter but should those persons'!
to county primaries, that "the decisions i would want to sell goods to the your residence if required. No. 521
tion. Now that his alleged friends 'making the charges print them they :
as to canvass and ruling of outh Palafox: street. lOjlm
the county committee shall be final have turned against him he surely'ii ] Ii. i would be' answered to the satisfaction i county and get a rake-off i
1 -----
as to county candidates including in a pickle. Far better: would i it of all. Myers had voted for the John W. Frater candidate for reelection ---- v

member* of the legi-ldture," they have been for Mr. Myers if he hadi Flagler and other seemingly obnoxious as county treasurer spoke Gus fl. SoderliDd

also. contain the following: "Each briefly closing by saying that if he ,
stuck to his bills the
i original purpose of running ; Flagler measure was
person desiring to have hi* Guaranteed Absolutely PureIt
elected he would
on the primary election ballot ; for governor in 1S*>4. not a bad bill after all, Mr. Blount was not be a badly ...THE TAILOR,...

as a candidate for office Well may he cry out in his !said He would have voted for it i disappointed min.
state makes
any I :tusVt;"T GOVKKNMKM! delicious bi-r .,:- :: ;
including member of the legislature i anguish "God save me from my himself. Its purposes; were eood Inclosing the meeting Chairman fin*, etc.
Will for the next 30 days make suits
shall file" Clark said the East End Democratic You can prove trlI i
notice with the "
friends and, while he held as much respect at io per cent less than! regular BUFFA'Oatrial.

state committee of such candidacy., for the club was not the wing of any other price:
vow as .
"and no name of any such candidate Even the conservative! Jackson any person laying Men's Suits $:.,.. O"-' A' E ;
living; he would consider himself 'club. It had as yet made no endorsements Ting Ijulies' Suit '1. tot?."' Telephone' ..a.. .
shall be printed upon any uh bal yule Metropolis ha* noticed the '. M..uIull' 1..al1l I'lrHCrd U...>
lot unless this provision shall have j justified in supporting the bill. and would not do so until Ladtr.'Cmt. !tfBiu ClvnueJ TOctoJl.StMtn' :
weakness of Fred :Myer: candidacy. Toucrt -' m l' 4<.v-
been complied with" Mr. Adams'name Mr. Blouut referred after the various candidates had
to the effortsof
even in his home Hint: Now is the time to have fu&.A..A.A.&A.A.
will therefore, nut be on the own county, as ex- i Limar's opponents to besmirch been given a hearing.He your winter Clothiusr put in good:

official ballot prepared by the state hibited by the excited and anxious invited { -hape. This oiler is for thirty daysonly.
his chance of aRpresnit to walk -
; election upstairs
committee. The Hamilton manner of his by imputinga Mention you saw the adve'rtisemeut -
county the
committee will prepare its own bal Weekly illahatean want of ucfairne-s and! developing! and partake: of refreshments, in THE DULY NEW 1BGYGLF8Big r l [ q
and says: which Iud been for otherwise the regular price will beFishing
lot, with lii-= name thereon but this' "The Tall ihaeean of last Saturday a :tra-ping disposition in holding to paid by the members "h.1rt-\I. ;

will not be a compliance with thregulation e one dIke and seeking another of the club themlves.. and that
shows the alarm felt hvvvvvvv\ :
by Myer-
no candidate had contributed .
"The ellorts of the \ cent
/ gentlemen are'' I
friends, and all of its i tackle of all kinds
Now when the Hamilton county nearly space i i.* for that

committee certifies to the state committee devoted to defending the Leon *i amusing. said Mr. Blouut "in this par,ose. and guod crab nets at the Stock11: Kinds'
Most excellent
that Mr. Adam has been j respect. There i is not a man i in chowder, prepared {Willis
I j county statesman! or to attacks on i iI Hardware Co'.'.
Dominated, the state committee will' ', I the county or state who would turn ,' by that noted chef Frank Maura. All Prices!
Lamar"e '
be confronted with the fact that th loose one office when he was not was ;served along with other solid
above quoted provj-iou; not been' The Apalachicola Times Fred ; sure of securing another and liquid refreshments, and the
says equally as
complied with. What will It do in' Myers' "public acts are a* an openI good." feast was greatly enjoyed. r. [DISOi r PH J N..]CPH'r '

the premises? If it condones the violation _n __ ...\ :\\ ...
) k "o that all who run read." The speech was closed '
of the riches it prescribed I may by another 1'irolentCarcrrt'ured.I
and place: .lr. Adams': name on the Yes, a whole lot of people have: read I reference to the fitness of fir Startling proof of a wonderful ad! Music Free With Each Machine

official ballot election: of the party at the Noreinber the record of his public act-. That Myer* for the po-iti n to which he i'': vauce is given by druggist G. \\'. EMV S I Cr ; Fishing Tackle
its attitu Je will be '
Robert of Elizabeth
why they are goin; to vote again; aspires. W. Va. An
farcical; if it rules w to do it will 1
him at the primary election OthT man there had longsuffered with Base Ball
: July 15. interesting talkers
were ,
raise the 1-sue of :Mr. AdaW de- : ::
what good doctors '
inocracy-an i issue equally unfortunate I His has been a wonderful record. Judge John C. Avery, Lee Daniel, pronounced incurable 20c
> cancer. They believed his Tennis
s and deplorable for him and for j'Not once, even by accident has he C. )I. Co-ton and Judge A. C. cane hopeles* till he used Electric ,

the party. j I j, voted in the legislature in the i in- Blouut. Bitter; and applied Bucklen' Arnici IMI COPY Ping Pong.
-- I Salve, which treatment
-- completely
-- Previous -
tere-t of the common peopl. to and following the cured him. When For Six
Of what does a bad ta-te in your] THE i speaking !a number of attendant''I ter are u-ed to expel bilious, kid Bit- Days OnlyJPENSACOLA Big Repair Shop!
mouth remind you? It indicates .! POLITICIAN ,
would '
"but In" tbe and
back way, where"something ney microbe poisons at the same
that your stomach is in bad condition ,, ----- A1'
and will remind you that there ,. cool" was on tap.Ladip time this salve exerts its ruatcnle-s Can Repair any old thing
STEEDMAN healing blood diseases
----- power. skit|
\9 nothing/ so good for such a dis Can Wear 8bOf'tI ulcers! CO'S'$ And fit
eruption, and sores vanish MUSIC Keys to any old! locK
order Chamberlain's
as nuch 4 That i* the 5c Ci.'ar with the Ran Bitters 50 Salve
Liver Tablets! after having! ( oniz" imallrr after using Allen's Foot- : ;: at W. A. D'Al-
once :See Ease,a ponder to be bakeD ; emberte's, 121 South
Premium List. Into the sbooi. >; Palafox. e 37
used thtm. cleanse! S. Palafox!
They St.
and invigorate
It make tight or new sbo's feet
easy --- -
;zirf!i B.
the stomach and regulate Irutant seater to corn aDd bunion'.. it', F. Bruee
the bowels. For sale/ at 25 cents per No Pain-- j I the grratrbt Comfort difcortry of the age ICE-COLD WATERMELONS AT ,
Gripe I'urts and prevents swollen Jet. ;
box by all druggists and medicine cartons and sore pots. Allen's Koot-Ea blisters THE GARFIELD ICE CG'S.c :: S
I dealers. Uacmtm cure for 9vtating, hot -- -
.chin 15 S.
; -- Or discomfort, no Irritation of the in- test At all Jrutgi'ti: and thtH- stores, > Elegant china closets -- - __ _u Palafox.All .
te ti':'5-but cantle, Iwn't.ccrpt any ub. ltute. Trial ,
1f prompt ttioroueli PACkall'
Call for TEEDMAN CIGAR l.t'.Ltbt-.1l cleansir.5, when you w'Hood's .* nn: bY 'all. 'Qdr.lIeD S. \.l1D trGarden '., sideboards and leather- CONCERT AND DANCEAT
Save: the Bands and look i in L4! Key, >. y. seat chairs at Marston MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY I kinds of chairs a'- ;

,, Pills 9Quina's. NIOHT. TRAINS AT .*. S:3
Premium Catalogue for IO AND chairs
your hose at JJarstonSf
at the Willis Low prices 9. LA ; rri e. I I Sold by all druggists. 25 cents Hardware Co's. payments. ; easy 11 :541, ICKETb 25 CEN rs, A r Quina's. Prices are reel




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TC.--p- 'REAL, President; F. C. MORTON, Cashier; I ''f !r rk

1.4. FOSHEE.Vice.Presldent; Condensed 4tesiaeixt or the M. E. CLARK Au'l Cashier. THE WEATHER y25Z52525t52/ 52525 :l


I TO-DAY I ..1'"I.! !

LOCAL FoRECAST-Falr tonight and 1'bUr .
.l. lti '
day;varlable..lnds. '
I '
t ..... .... .. ...... .... $507,30302 Capital Stock J200.00000) ) j, :
L''; *'- .Uicounts.... ........ ...... .... 1,2338.1 Surplus Temperature in last 24 Hour: I C5 252525't52525 sa s !i ti

; 1000000 ..... .._........... ....... .... ....
P ..j, and Premium... ...... ...... bO,250.00 Net Profits .... Maiimum K degre
( __ :
712186 Minimum .............. ....... ...... "'-'"'- "' -'" il'r
Lr, alai Fixtures. 6718.48 Rediscounts...... .. .... ...... .. .... .... .... 112,650.1,9 .::.::.::.::.:: 1'J drgrrr.Temperature i
B.f .\?*.. ...... .... .... ... .... .... .. 604.00 Circulation...... ... .. .. ....,. .... .... .... 75000 00 '
I ..) J ;l'* ace; ...... .... .. ... .. ....... 270,3: 7,5o Deposits..... ...... ...... ............ ...... ,)l'o74.42 Elsewhere: I i ;

Atlanta._ ..... ..._.._........Max.. W MIn.7i: SHIRT I WAIST I I AND SKIRT SPECIALS
--- Bismarck ..... ..........................Cl tt ; [
$S66,347.17 b66, Chicago. .._............._.__....? 72 M
Cincinnati _... ._ ..... .n :2Uaiveiton
T- ,,i.k opened for business October 23, 1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give I _?_? .?..._-... .-....._?_M\ w
,, t.prompt, courteous and careful attention. I H uron_..? _? .???.......?.... 74 40
T j Jacksonville._.......... ... .. W 74 '
Interest Paid on Time Deposits. Kansas Lily __...... ...?.. ... ...72: (:> i
I Key West.._. ._.. ..... ........ .... W\ 74MemDhls 1 I ...MONDAY TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY....
I .. w> M I I III
Mobile?_.= ..=::::'.'::. ::::: w '4) i
Montgomery ..?. ........ .....? M in
I METHODIST i Sew York..._ ._. .. ....74 M in the heart of the season, that derive the greater !
OLBTERER Savannah. ... ._ .. w 74 : BEGINNING ;
Uv: > LOUISIANAWe I St. Louis .. .. ... .... f j >'''' offer you an opportunity to purchase the season's brightest f,

38 EAST ROMANA STREET. REVIVAL MEETINGS ;! I ideas and fancies in SHIRT WAISTS and SKI UTS. There i is yet I;

fa.t" N rk and Refinishing Furniture aSperialtj. have received the new catalogue I II THREE months of seasonable wearing; so if you have an eye to economy, ;' 1'1'a '

I of the Tulane University of I I MARITIME. recognition of large values for little money you will be here bright and :

Louisiana, in New Orleans,just from The revival services at the Pala! early Monday. t.; 4
4OG. I I
r"l1.ono the University I t !
press. fox Street Methodist church are increasing EXfOHTH. i I.'

I An examination of its contents \ For June to date.. .. ..........._ ?<1-.>,4i3 ,
t R. K. WHITE, I shows that the year jest closed has in interest. The attendancelast I ,I COLORED WAISTS. r.J WHIT WAISTS.I

': been of the most notable and night was very good and interest I SAILED.
Manufacturing Jeweler one Our Entire Line .1 c.t There is nothing so dainty as me
fiti jker, It ts Mongtbello, Lavittlli Genoa via I
:, successful in the development of above previous meetings Two I New Orleans Waists in Percale! Dimity, Lawn White Waist, and at these prices
; Graduate Optician, I the University. The teaching force I It brig Due Korelle li, Costa, Cardiff via I they will move fast
for and Madra.
applied !
more : :
membership. Mobilt d
and the attendance have been the I *1.00 HheE'r Lawn Waist... .... 7fit'
IV I'lIlfOI 't., Pn'at'Ola.llaf !largest in all her history, being fe6 I'i At the forenoon service today a I I .tlCPercale\Vaists I now. .. .. ..toc $1.50 Waist. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. $1.0U I

f teachers and 1,223: : students The I fLEAKtll. i5 Lawn and Dimity now..1'iOc .$2and2'15 Wai"t. .... .... .#l.fa)
I.- . opening of the dormitories during 1 good congregation heard a sound ;i Houtberland It brig Dm Innis Borelle Co for n Carditrvia. Hl-i. Costa Mobile by, .I. I.oODimityaDd Madras now..6I> $:.!. Waists.. .... .... ..2.UO: I""
: the year has filled a longneededwant and strong sermon from Rev. LinnR. I with 111,1x11 s It sawn timber, value: flXi-i '
and makes it now possible fora I I ;
Walker. Rev. J. I,. I ISKIRTS..25

NEWS NOTEjS] ; a student minimum to attend cost. the It University is estimatedthat arrive atI p. m, and preach tonight !! Span 51 Leonora.AT QUARA 17' ",\Bu TlSE.tlnzi, Liverpool LINEN SKIRTS, WHITE DUCK BRAIDINC, 45 CENTS. !

Iii! will pay the expenses of a i via Cohan ports to Gulf Transit Co .
I scholarship student in the academic I at b. The evening service will ] Rue bk Rhea;', Nyroos, Port Natal, to 1

department for :a session! and the I' be held in main auditorium, as it :, order Andersen, Hu.-n061 All ot U.llI.l Linen Skirts . h3c12o: ; White Pique t5kirt\- :j
Nor bk Sunbeam KJ4 .. .. ... .. . .. .. 1.
I Il Bureau of Keif-Help will do all in I, Ayres to order I All of our 3l' Linen Skirts. $I.1O #L251'alue. t-tc
; .' "-,u P. A. C. moonlight its power to :assist student; of limited will be cooler than on ground floor. :! Dan bkt orUa.t., AlberUen Para to

.d ..01, Friday June :,11). : means to help pay their! way I All are cordially invited and will :: Hours, Dunwoiiy Co Blue Polka Dot Duck t'kirts. White f:! 2'alue Tailored I.ltld. circular ;I I
I through. The attendance of students 1 (I I : flounce .. ..... .... .... ..#160 'i II 1
.'-: the lily extursionf from the country parishes is steadily find a warm welcome. THE SHIPPING. Pique Braillin,:
f1.00and1.2) \.alue..r ic ::1((
Peuacola Athletic I increasing.! We call the attention of lie veals a Great Secret.It I fl.W Value. ... .... . .... .... ..$1,00 I.lOYalueEmb. ln-erting.1,40 ., ''
: Friday June 10. I our readers to the advertisement of I I i i ii i VESSELS IS POUT.STEAMSHIPS. I -----
the University!in another column. !i is often aked how such startling I I I I Value, Insertini :1 i
wl:! b an ice cream festival cure, that puzzle the bet !! bid, Allan, Blue Polka Dot Dimity, U.5 Skirt, : f
? physiciansare JPensacoIa .
Hr Acanthus, \ circular tlounce... .. .. .. .t 2'li ;
!! effected Dr. Lumber CoBrA circular fiounce .... .. .... .. ...B: c i
.Ivatiou: Army hall at tot. Whooping Cough. by King's New Discovery -I, Hocken, 11.2'8, Bennett to Pecsa- I !:
I 'Ilr-day ni ht-music andiu i My little son had an attack of for Consumption. Here's the I cola LumberCo
whooping cough and was threatened I secret. It cuts out the phlegm and I Hr Batten Hall,1J7S, Weppener, to iaar: .:
ire invited. I with pneumonia; but for Cham- :. germ infected mucus, and lets the Dunwody A Co FANCY PARASOLS
Br Cento Hoi, Adams, to W. H. Keysetk
Athletic Club ha I berlain's Cough Remedy we would life-giving oxygen enrich and vitalize < Co
i i' -
t( have a serious time of it. It also I i the blood. It heals the inflamed, : Ur Drnmelzler, iiS:, Emerson, to W KKeyserACo

.. Ktve-t: boat and lighters !' saved him frorr several attacks of cough-wortf throat and lungs. Hard I Br Horbley.2410, Nortbfell, to W L \Vittich ...JO BE SACRIFICED AT LESS THAN NEW YORK COST.... iI i
.: fly .aJ people people caner croup.-H. J. BTKICKFADEN, editor !cold? and stubborn coughs soon A Co .I
: :/: m ca-e of rain on I II Jrurld-llt rind Fair Haven. Wash. I yield to Dr. King's New Discovery I!, Br Inverness, :8734, Proud, to Souther- ---- -

I 11.Juneiu.: For sale all druggists and medicine I Throat the most and infallible Lung diseases.remedy Guaranteed for all-I I land I| Span Br,John Innla Ida.llrlglit CoI IKtf: Aranft, 17W!, to Gult Transit Pensaco-Co 75 Dozen Ladies' Summer Collars, Leading Shapes and

'. .! :a *15 hat to the lady I bottles 50 c and 100. Trial ; la Lumber .
: bottles free at W. A. D'Alemberte's, lr Middleham Castle 110<.'1. Lloyd,to Pen. Heights, to go at 5c each.W.J.&B.FORB.i.
'.. -t tickets for Friday'sLbytheP.A. ICE-COLD saeola 1 Lumber Co
121 Houth Palafox street. BrHydenham, 15):!. DanieUen, to J no A ...,
:. C., has THE OARFIELD ICE CO':;. I Merrut A Co

A *":. ">n account of the CONCERT AND DANCE AT I 8H1F8.
/ in their name in MR. P. H. WHALEY will con- ; MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY I Br Kingsl'ounty. y*distress;\J. Walter, to order
duct classes in Latin Greek and I NIGHT. TRAINS AT S. 8:30 AND i I'.r Lizzie Burrell. .
Kus Ocean, H+1, Mat l sen, to S S L t o "
: l.
Mathematics during the months of 9. LAST TRAIN RETURNS AT I HARKS
.. J The number of 11 ;;0. TICKETS: 25;: CENTS AT ,
and :
July August. ,
1 '.e 1/: J- .- .- lit will hold a I Nor Alexander Lawrence,USi: Haaversen. I'WI ,
students will be limited. For further DEPOT. I I u
A Co
to W S Kejfer .
(hr ;jin-' b.i.k of the court information address P. H. Whaley Hub Albion.m>5. !snail to H 8 LCoI I If You Buy Them at the .Boston Shoe store, They are Good !
.. I I Burbigliere. Ml, feeko, to Baars, Dun-
-I' it :5 -I'-ek' this afternoon.
Pensacola, Fla. Jill wI
I Iii
j1Htdy A Co
wi- tw.> practice drill* held I MYERS FAVORS FAT j I ItColumblnl.Ms Tarodi. to order ;
utn Lick of the truck hou-ri MEAT & MALThaaa marvelous I I I 1 HUB Lima V7U Burke. to Penbacola Lu 11b.rl'o \-

den t.RATHBONE. \ value. While I, Nor Mataura 111'3. Bruusgaard, to H P Shoe Store
dietetic refreshingand : PICKINGS FROM LOBBY I I HhotterCo Boston i 11

SfSTERS.uolia 1 pleasant to take, it helps assimilation I | hCIIOONKKS.Am
-- : Carrie A Norton, 4-:d. Kaitman. i
.. Temple No. 4. Rathbone of food. Sold byDANNHEISSER I to J no A Merrltt A Co
: I II
regular meeting; Friday :'af- : BROS. Senate Bill No. 172: To be entitled Union Itr beorgiana.71Wcott.72, hotter, Kuaton to, to order master: -SPECIAL OFFERING FOR THE WEEK.-@ ;

,. June 20th, at 2:30 o'clock. 11, "An Act to define lobbying and to I 1. '
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I -.:aud.nnation.3 members for oliieers are notified will FRESH YARD EGGS WANTED.I I; prescribe the measure of punishmentfor DP, ULKAKKD: 8ACOLA.8TIAM8HIP AND HAILED. KOK PED I Men's Black Vici Kid Hal ., Bull Dog Toe, at .. :. .. . ... .. ... ..11.40 ;j!i I

ti-H--to *erve-for the coming/ persons convicted of the same." : I Men's Black Vici Kid BU., Plain Globe Toe, at .. .. .. .... ... .'11 :'M: !III|
,'.I'IS. Every member urged Bring them all to Nick Apostle's "I Upon its passage the vote was: ', Penarth Toe the\ {(tt
Beatrice. Br. -Ij!' Edward Mays Men's Satin Calf Bals and Congress Plain Toe and Cap < a j l lRargain

.a. Restaurant. I Yeas-Messrs. Borden, Bryant Coulter, Helbiiitfborg(lain! Slay H, Surd leI: M-Lrcill, Kot\ r- ; Counter. . .. .. ..... . .. ... . .. .. .... .... .... ... 75c j
MR*.l' A. -- -- -- -- --
B. HHES EK M. E. C.M. SANTA UOSA i Crosby, McKinnie Pirrong Rogers, LlansMinor nieroLanKham. I'.r :!"Nw. Crouton. at Kio Ja- Ladies' 2-strap Sandals Pat. Tip Turn Holes. .. .. .. ... .. .... .........f.I0 fi jl

li. C. Tilt Roseborough, Wolfe and Yancy-13. Br, aid Harwick June Ladies'' 2-strapSandalPlain Toe.. .. .. ... .. .. .... .. .. .. I. .. .. .. .... 76c ._ JI

-- .jl'KF KATHINR KSTABLISHMKXTBathing I Nays-Messrs. Bristol, Brett, Cal. Portugnlete.May.1"Silverdale lir, Sl"7,Jenkins, at Hamburg I Ladies'1,I 1-strapSindaN. IuckelandRow.. .. .. .... .... . ... .... fl.W r! 1 .
'NnLl BLUFF THUUS- in the warm gulf waters is 1 houn, Drake Johnson, Kirk, MYERS, Scotia. Br., ,Itr.Id Sl'W'ork 1711, Kails June lId Shields 15 June4: I f'' ,.

'. !liIlT. TRAINS AT S. l SW: conceeded to be the finest in the I I I Smith of 30th, Smith of 31st, Summers Twickenham Br, sid Santos June 12X.uzpirak. Ask for a Premium Card.
Bat.Ppan.gld Bilbao Iarl'ilt: t
!1.\1' TRAIN RETURNSPICKETS : world. Every thinii for pleasure with 'and Wilkinson-11. (Senate Journal.)
25 CENTS. safety. Good board aud lodging, by I i I SHIPS. } ,
,'/.1'. the day or week. Luncheon promptly I Endymlon, Ku. l2w.= ; till East: London """""""u un ----- n
served at all hour, day or night. Your step has lost elasticity because March IV BARKS ,

I .V .\. M.i'tcial I CHAKLKS H. BURTON, your blood has lost vitality, Antonio, I'rll..::1.Id Palma May 15I'.ico. :

t eominunicaf 2m-tf Manager. which Hood's Sarsaparilla will re- .It Nor.Kid Table. ... at Kay l'.bl.May. Kay 25Hugo. March 7uI'e BOSTON SHOE STORE 1:1:
store. Mount, Itald elth Jan 12 ,
Ecambi.i Ij id/e. "- Every STEEDMAN Hand entitles ,, --- Virginia. It,kid Malaga April ly
& A. M., will be --- ---
?C'F.T-\ : >: ::iO o'clock p. in.I you to something: Call : DEATH AT MILTON HANNA AND THE PRESIDENCY. NATHAN I '.','.. I 'Ita\'. June 18th.! for STEEDMAN: CIGAR. t i i
,'. .rk !In M. M. degree. Insists That He Be Not Consideredas Leaders of Low Prices. .117 South Palafox Street
: ren are cordially Cleaning ladies skirts and waists OF CAPT. THOMAS Candidate.
IB J cne of (', ''r specialties. Htar Laun- I a -
HAKKY w..OIlts', II dry. Florence Ala.. June 17.-Senator M. I;

Secretary. i A. Hanna. of Ohio. In reply to a sug GUAM r.XClIWION

1 This weather makes the !I Capt. T. B. Thomas, a member of ,, gestion from Colonel Cutter Smith ol I ITo
BROTHERHOOD MEETING.O'T this city, that he become a candidate ,
I grass grow. You can buy; Local Assembly 15Go, K. of L., of Keep ; It
arerecjue-ted to meetl I for president in 104.! has written Cola:
>!:1 l Thursday nisht. Its I keen cutting Lawn Mowers 1 this city died at Milton at loo'clock I, nel Smith as follows: Cool!

:.aes inittee," and 011 other picnic bu-ines and". ,I II and Grass Shears from the this morning. The body will be "I appreciate sincerely the friend. t

I I Willis Hardware Co's.NUNNALLY'S. I brought! here tonight and taken to ship which prompts the high compli
merit paid me in your suggestion.; I II
the home of Mr. Chas. Spencer on I am grateful for such confidence, hut Orf''nvilleIontgolllf'ry and

'. Wet Government street, from must insist that I am not to be rons.J Birmingham Saturday night, July,
I'JifiJ, leaving Union depot at lu:30:
whence the funeral will take place ered in an> ';1'a: candidate for the f o'clock on regular/ passenger train.
nomination! : for president! in 104.! fI Returning, leave Birmingham:
at 5 o'clock tomorrow afternoon attended I
f I day at lUi: a. in. and Montgomery

by K. of L. assembly No. Charged) With Smuggling. at 2 p. m. Thib may probably be the

ICKS; in a body. All fnendof the Ja ks-onvi':>. Fa.! June 17.-Tht last two-day excursion" going north.
Coffee and refreshments will
1 of the United: tatt's'rsus JoseVasfjuez.
deceased are invited to attend. Interment case: served on the train, going and re-
I : captain of the Spanish turning. Fare for round trip, to '
I in St. Michael cemetery. I schooner Rita Alvarez charged -wItCsmuggling Greenville and Montgomery, fi50: ;

aguardiente into the pon to Birmingham, fa It lJ. From '
For tier Sixty \'earal.I ; ; Cantonment ;
: HIGH I : of Anclote. 1'111.lias railed! and ai'' 'Tis a Wise InjunctionThat and Century same a* I'en- I t ;
R'I. WINSLOW'S H'IOTIlISG'Krp ha sacola For further information '
been used for over sixty year by mhllonlol1II01b..n witnesses: for the United States exam apply '
for tbelr children while teethingwith ined.From. the evidence it was shows is set forth in the accompanying I to ;'!
perfect suecext. Itoo'.br* the child RlRT.. KINO or '
sotteas the guins.Rllsys all pain.cures wino ; that the schooner which was! out nearly illustration. But how to PETKKTHOMAS, i

fCANDIES colic writ and relieve Is the the best poor remedy hUh for ulerer I'mrrhoeaU im : a month from Havana came to anchor keen cool in warm weather If a coal Excursion Managers I, '

mediately. Sold by Uruii uta! la every part off Anriot'-- some time during tn- stove h used in the hou-e The up. II -
of the world. Twenty-rtve centn bottleBe
sure you ant for"M rs. Winslnu'i Sootbng night of April 1. and that a sraaHb I to-Jate housewife solves '.problem VIRCINIA COLLEGE"For i iI'
Syrup,"and take no other kind. <'TI r.-Ti'-.Eed by four sailors, cams I
by adopting the Gi Range iostead.:
ahTlirinping: : several demijohns ol YOUNG IAIUt4, Roanoke Va. I i
fr Fresh and Excel All Others. I aguardiente. The sailors went toI This saves time, labor and worry ; pen Hept III IK"-!. one of the leading ,
.. gives convenience comfort and hciiools for Young Ladles iti the H :
store and bought som provisions and New building piano and equipment.:
cluiuline-s. No heat, no ashes! no I 1 Campus len acre. Grand mountain scenery N' 1
THEATRICAL ATTRACTIONS oil. Witnesses stated that OM of the dirt. Once used, never discarded. in alley of Ya.. famed tor health. 1' : -
demijohns of lior was sold. Before i I Any ize. or style desired furnishedby and Aiuvrcaa leacbeit. lull course.
I Conservatory advantage In Art M utlcand
4 the men ,pot lack in the boat they wen i thf Pensacola Gas Company at avery :. Klocutiim: 'tud..nt8 from thirty mates.r t3 J

...FOR SALE BY... Nick Smith the genial sta e manager arrested by a spedal! revenoe oUcsr, moderate cost.Peosacola, or catalog u -*'lclrpsMAlTlK; 1'. HAKIMH.Prtudcut. ,

and the boat liquor and provUlori, I Roanoke, \,a
of the Pensacola opera liou e. "

will leave at noon tomorrow for the ('onfi8CRtf'd.OASTOR.A.. ; Gas Co. Everybody has a right! to a little '

: SOL CAHN & CO. piece of this -arth. But they must
Northeast and California to book : ..
No. 3 S. PaUfox St.. Pensicola. Fit ',, fight for it. They must watch their f'
some excellent theatrical attractionsfor Been the ills Klnd Y1a Has A*ay 3c4 -- ---- chance to get it, and get it. ;i ,

: STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERS k the coming season, which will BJpatue J1+-# -I Never Knew Pain Killer t-, Tail Thos. C. Watson & Co. ;!!
of bl be opened on August 2sh. -- Where ithe bottle? There, I to offer just now and they invite ,,

f Corner Palafox and 'Intendencia Streets. = Mr. Smith will stop at Salt Like If you wish the very lest thought !'o; it i* not Perry l>.1vl.;' you to come and investigate same. ;
Painkiller at all, but ornethin the You will never regret having dona ,,
City on his return to be present at ice cream freezer at the eery druggist must have made himself ;t-o. I

;rdephcnc 178. ." *< Pensacola Fla. the Elk's convention. lowest price, the Willis and I did not notice it ; I have used __ I II

I I I ICE-COLDWATiRR ELONS; AT Hardware Co. can please Painkiller for years for diarrhoea, will repair your watches and ;I
cramps and "tomach aches am lit Jewelry IL flm-cla i style J. I ''I
%%%%sss I I THE GARFIELD ICE CO'. I you. I.never failEd" Stephens. ; '




--.....-. -.' "----r """"" -







r i c& J' Mrs. Fred

I Rail .'.DM'., and Dugout 'aDO. Survive Wealthy Cattle Owner Murdered by ,

( h"":alluD'. March. Brother. 228 Territorial Street Benton Harbor Mich
His Wife and No.
President South End Ladies' !
1 One of the remarkable features of
H 'alt'il1leb... June 17.-James
country life !la America Is the singular: Holt Cn1.! Chicago, Cured by
Gorman and his sister-in-law. Iri.: I "I am plUSld to give my at are t1; aril
of the rail\ fence and the lydia PiiikkamS VecetaWeCompound :: ''
I insistence Thomas C. Gorman nave been arrer.- experience with Wine of triumpa3! at ..:
I dugout canoe. No matter Low thickly After tlie Beat Doctor ed charged with the murJer of tile Cirdui as I am very grateful healthy w.'::>-I

t settled! a section may l-ecenie or how Had Failed To Help Her. Utters husband. Thomas Gorman for its hdp. After my first ftr miseamae. n

1 / inns it may have l IIHMI settled, these baby was born I could: not a woman '" I>
who was a wealthy cattle owner disappeared suffer
v, two Mirvivurs cf early st-Uk-mont! : linger; sam to regain my strength at '
DEAR MRS. I"yKAAM-icanthan'd from his home two weeks ago the doctor me it B the woman x
fit ns stubbornly as ever. Twlay! In the although gave
thickest settled! parts (.f New Eneland you fur perfect :.. .tlth to-uay. Life i and his wife and brother gave it out a tonic: which he considered In2-who hu, f.,., 31
looked s,.> dark ''> me a year: or twoatro. that he had west to seek another superior but instead of ness-who fears t, .
ai.d New York the! rail fence is gone very w
.4 met .
I had limbs.welIed of '
llU tant pains< niy few da's' better I weaker becoming a I: 'revery
location for their herds. A getting grew
Sf with while the shad fishermen of the I had dizzy pills, and never: chy. My husband of Car uL bull,it .t, r

f I'utomac: and James rivers and Chosa- later Mrs. Goiman and James began ] came home one evening with Mr, Fred CnratA. manly in a WOILlf1 i! ,

1 peake bay. on the banks of which the selling the \i' :rsonal property at the some Wine of Cardui and in- aU unnatural ,raa. atsisted !

first English\ settlements! in America k ic t rani-h. Aft"r disposing of as muchof that I take it for a week and we stralll --lrregularttl,3 are
were established, still manufacture and n it as they could they left with :a what it would do for me. As he seemed spon31ble for barrenness 801. :T

employ the old dugout canoe In making 5ix-horse wagon taking with thenij to have so much faith in it I did take he nag" It makes a woman str, ",gimedicine :

F i I the rounds of their shad iuts. Mrs Gorman's threearold daughter. and was very grateful to find healthy and ali t.o {'as.thr, ':.:
In two and childbIrth with "'r' "
The dugout csinm is the simplest; and Neighbors became suspicious and my strength slowly returoinr. nancy
weeks I was out of bed and in a monthI ing. After the ordeal: u paE'
Gracelul women must primitive water craft known and made a search of the premises finding Wine
: was able to tau up my usual duties. I prepare! a woman a "
was used by prehistoric! man. both in the mutilated body of Thomas Gorman -; am very enthusiastic in its prai>e." recovery w health and activate: ; .

I! A Desire for a Perfect Figure it Uiipartbl this country Europe and Asia. It is 1 buried! in the garden. Sheriff OTlERHOODisthenoblestduty I Wine cof Card i, in reinf.and .:
from a Lot of the Beautiful. made out of a l"o s i-f wood by trimmingthe of ha
Ii Hale started in pursuit of the couple I M highest privilege women organs generation, ;l1l4':
The ceLt cf the Mulct or ruse is: alrirecK'Us outside dow to the .
1 n l'tl'I.'r proportions Y and airr.-ttd them at Cody Gormanwas can achieve ora.pireto. Witb- I of women who had given up
I as the lovely flowers whosttireath of a l-oat and by "di sins: out" out this 'ri'ilegewompn Jtnot eerLt'oommgmotht'r3. Win-. t. .

i they ire, and while the lives ol tilt in>;ide with an adz and ty l the nld A i dispoi to fight and was hanlruffed get al!1 there is in life-too often tb..v wIll cure almost any rate ,.f .r tgo ,

"I Coxers.te\ net"and I we can only enjoy of fire. The 1'otoinao river dugout Is today with difficulty.! through the world discontented, except cases of organic tr .
them for a il .t the lieautiful! wotiuagi\ei The little eirl was not with them their refuse to take <: .. .
in can
the it wrapped s..lsh. cares you a
pretty iiitifh same a> was up 0":1
the pleasure' i>f her' frayraiue to us as 3 and it is thought her body is in the an.1 trvullt'i. I10w different IS the that rroUlseHuch reltef fr, "'
in the of l'o\vhitin and dtftrsfroua :
1 ;a 1.er1I1 next bcss1g.: : The s-ift fragrancei Dig Horn river.: Much excitement has harry mth..r. watching her childrenVine of CarJui @imph' t
' < >f a be ar.v.rili: "> .qests purity, thegen.rII! run of dugout canesin ..
heen caused by the arrests and the city grow into manho.if and womanhooJ. strong woman and str :
I health: an.ll1"I:1.! : e; she i> the refinement the abscmv to f a curved bow and!
mother hues lives as she has do not s1fI..r.! 11chillrcntheir
A a3 many 'W'lml'n
cf ciul''at'.jii: : ; an index ,ilwavs of gtka! Mini and in Imiii!! rather hijrh! side*. Miss 1\1'1.\ ,\KD.'ml"\G'). izrs are d!i.'manding that the child beproduced and ward to mvtherh.-.l wit:
\ joys s.rrow are .
?t taste and an v.-rnn badx (It'gentltt: ). x.h! !) r.Mto: r. Kii'im.t: frvin either knewme: : .i! ._'. \ w.i-aid feel the unharmed at once. The man

BRADFIELD .>tort:: of the boat, being: highest in the n..: A .ff -
n...!,!"', Where the seat is placed.Ilashngtun .- jvt.t. utt."t'..! I sleep soundlyn.'hts. : a heating, fCARDVI hare Inul'n foun"mc'.of L, :
Female Regulatoria : l'u.L : L\ Iii i II. i'ii kli.tnt'a Very WINE O \\ !1 ).r

ia rej'ulainv the !-.:' ir pv[:ads in \\ouiaa eta hIt" l't'III"HIIHI, used in c.,n- FRIENDLESS: ENDS HIS LIFE.
f ..rrund jaactloa wan \ mr ';tIUt ire Wash did: .
permits t> no wnak.'s, palecheeks ot ('anus In 1'nurnKfnirnt.F -
Ig torturedneeeaud It more for far tan all:! the medicinesand
h..pck.sfiiures IS1'.1ture's yt-ars a tuug man and youngwael the skill of the dm-tors. For eight Clothes and Letters Found On Bride;
[{ The druggist may THE NEW GROCERY
'my bard teen STORE
:: : rouged. and each
( c',e and c .11!1 it jut as gI "o l" months 1 have; enjoyed! perfect health.! Evidences of Tragedy.
Lut the *.' .::1 be deceived L.iil iToiuiUiizt'dith a view of ta,- I1'"aibdit': \. that most of the doet.ns 1 Wheeling.: June 17-Ariout 11 o'clo( -\
iiv-i a: i>r;ans w not -- -- -
o = === == == == J--= =--0
III the! when rt' and
;: more to sjvnJ they experimenting
: :> ,
s an 1 p. rn\.mi.nt injury n:.+}' result lat tight a man's suit of clothes was
s Try our Ktv\:,.:"r, Of all Jru ists jl. l..n.1! taarry. Sis uitc.t'as ago boweMT. v/hea they try to cure a roman withan found on the steel bridge, indicating a
\: Our tt.ttnr i-u Woman m.uled trek til-- l'nal'IUI'utS: brokin.and ass.irtuient of ooaiplieations. such as WILL MOYER
i cine Vat do not ;-UI.,>. How I suicide! in the Ohio river. In a coat
shortly! afterward the : you :
I; all saJTerinjj women could only pocket was found a note in which tu '
tM'c"l the the fiancee of another man.
know: of roar remedy : there would be writer said he had decided to end ins Keeps a Complete, First-Class, Up-to-Date Stockof
A This man she to spend Ifi
\ < arc In the Failure. eneouraees kno'w.-L.\t'R.\
less 1
t suit-ring life, cared for him.
as no one even
"Did you ever ii..ticv that as a rule, money I.I'Ihl'n her. He! has bought AR>. 1H XewVrry Ave.. Chicago 111.: UP Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries.No .
:.i a the jH-rsoiis who h,',-k death and are, tier lioantiful salter! for biT toilet! table, -$5000 fjr-t t if a!>vM tesfnvnial it not genre.JIr the girl loved.

rescued from the roe never court the ,,. the latest desu and engraved; with ... I'inkhaiu invites all women There was a lEtter addressed to W 30 W. Covernment St. Salisbury Block.
31. ,1: her initials handsome leather traveling 110 ill for S. Mahn. 73; \Vet Wheeling street ,
hiifu-ty of the Uaik ancel aniiin? ; a \\ are to write her ,
: bag completely fitted out (! Washington. Pa. and dated Feb. 2S. TKLEPIIONK: 327.
The projK.umier of the! question was rugs, adrioe. Aildre Lynn ,

n hospital pbjMfUii, and !be proi-et-detl Ix-oks and other articles to make home girlu g full particulars.The Easton Pa., and signed ")Iabel." accompanied -

t<> explilill.: ,,. comfortable.! -- ---- ---- by her vignette, showing
"What I mean I is that of all the pertnns !!1 "Nu more economizing for me." gays i; the writer to be a beautiful girl. The

!i who attempt suicide and are foil the girl. "If he invests so much lui Real Drummer I supposed surid*> in another I..tpr ICE AND WOOD.

i t il but few try self murder a second !i I m... we tout be so likely to quarrel "The term drummer,'' said a traveling I claims to hail from New York cit,.

t'me. I'robably ..tll a-half if not ware !i if I and certainly be will:! not have the money : salesman for a Market street : but there was nothing found to disclose WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH L> GER TRADE I

f! t.f all those who try to kill themselves I to 511t'nJ' another :girl," which Is wholesale house, "has come to be rewarded his identity.

; are frustrated. The percentage of those! i: the wisdom that rules sentiment in as synonymous with cheek, 1: His body has not been recoveredand THIS SIMMER THAN EVEK fEFCRE J

.: who h-ap lilt > th" dark river a steoiultime : these modern dlYl.-Xew York Press flashne! and l1is:1I' tI'D.! Just why nobody saw him make the leap.

1 is i-xcwdnigly: small. 1 have tried :I, th.s should be 1 doll know, unless SEND US YOUR ORDERS NCW.

i to discover the reason for this from the Tb..... Dull In..I.. people get the idea from stage: jokes NIGHT ATTACK ON SHEEP CAMP.

; !l.j a' of those who have gone through I recall Mr. Lowell telling.: Jocosely and comic payers. Perhaps years ago Thompson, Olsen cC C ?..

l ti' the terrible exinuice, but I have not ', in an after dinner speech in Cambridge thl'rl'l'l some Justification for it. .' One Herder Killed. Another Fatally! ..

LId with MiLiros. bow be met an acquaintance (of dubious but there is no room for that sort of Wounded by Unknown Men. Manresa Street, Telephone 14 I. .

"It is queer that persons, after devoting ,, standing: :; ) whose cheerful face and min: today Competition! is too keen. -
Ca"per. W 'o.. June 17.-A '
< wtt-ks arid mouths to a consideration happy dt-moaiior !led him to ask the Tl.e traveling! salesman who stands gang o

of so momentous a 'juestiuii and ', (-;11:-<.' of such exuU-raiit: felicity."Why. : well with his trade and with his own ,, unknown men attacked a sheep camp ESTABLISHED: 1863.
5<> miles of here
deciding! to end their existence, should ," said the genial: j-unlcr. "I've tires niu
a; when foiled det Lire that they WHV tlScoured a way to male Lay fortune. may sound strange and contrary to : and killed Fred Kassahan and fatally McKENZIE OERTING & CO.
.' fouls! and swear never to du the like We nil know that the reason for the! general belief! but most men In my wounded Dan Ferns, both employes of ,

again. Yet this! j Is what is done in a tine Horror of the wild duck is the wild line of work are of a religious!; turn. the camp. (0 IIS..LSU is- 0

large maior.iy: i.f instances. Those who celery on wh!: h it feeds. Now, 1 proIK Some get Into the rIurebglliugtablt Early Sunday morning Ferris ar \ '!

Late btan-d at death "seem to live Me )>" t fwd it t? the doiuest.c; duck and while: : stopping; over Sunday In small Kassahan had trouble with Tom Murphy Ship Chandlery and General 8arrdware.{

anew. The past !is e.tacei.1: ; u new light: i supply the market." towns where there is nothing: else to nephew of a neighboring sheep

freems" to have l1a wn.'t,!l. The sunshineIs i :Some Weeks later on meeting his ac- do. They get Interested In religion: \ owner. Murphy was whipped out of GaS AND 605 S. PALAFOX. STREET i

iiuaintamt' again Mr. Lowell found and wind by joining the church. and promised to return with _
dearer the air is purer. It Is the : up camp assistance UHHU-A.Cet E N Y
h convalescent taking great drafts of the hew quite 111'Ir"'l..j; and inconsolable."Why Then too the country merchant: Is and clean out the camp. REVERE
outdoor air! with a keenness of relish arc you looking: so unhappy? I Usually: a man of affairs in his town Shortly after midnight; Kassahan and GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUSdEL A BON'S PUMPS.

that was unknown before. : thought the 1I..t time I saw you that and is generally! a pillar of the church, Ferris were awakened by shots. After

f :: i you were on the jwir.t! of making your and the churchgoing! drummer Is apt they got up Kassahan was shot dead Cum Jiriifi taunts ells liBtieil liilroaulj, thru, Jiktrt, Uilurx '

leads Them All i f. rtur.e with ducks. Wouldn't it to make a greater impression on him and Ferris mortally wounded. The > P.\ SES, LOGs. f TU

} "One Minute Cough Cure beat* all\ work?" thn does one who Is more worl.i:y.-" sheriff! ha. gone to the scene of the C. McKenzie Oertin? Collecting Agent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent Aaiociatiou.

.i other medicine* 1 ever tried for i| "No" was! tie reply: "the things Fhadephia: Peoord.Speaklug i iI'f troublt** .
won't eat It."Atlantic. -
cough, cold*, croup ant| throat and the Card.
I ,
-: iutsg trouble*." says; D. Scott Curriu Mrs. Trumpem-So your friend Smithis

i L-oiMUton. 1'a. Ou Minute Cough > The Tartlynmereil.' .! the proud father of triplets! ] is be? WAS WASTING AWAY. The Star
principal a certain high school Laundry
I 1 t -e it the only a')+oIiUely! safe tells a Joke on hniM.'lf with much en- Trunpernot that I know of. Who The following letter from Robert ,

:,:h r..meJhieh nets immedtly. jo 'ull'nt. One day Jurirg an examination said so? R. Watt" of :-'tlem. Mo.. i i.* !in-fuc-
..1\-. Mother everywhere testifyti Mrs. Trurspvin Why you were talkIng tive: "I have been troubled with
w1,1Lc: was visiting! th.'arl.- Biggest Busiest Best !
the rood it hH done their little he in your sleep last night and said: kidnff disease for the l:1"t five ,
; ak
r .uns stopped to a
otie=. Croup i is .0 suJJeu iu its; attacks verybrh "(Jot three of a kind have you Smith? year*: I lot rt"-h and never felt
ht 1,0) a s-jni in alctbra.: and although
that the doctor often arrive Well, that beats me, old man." well: and d'ictored with l sding; physicians
too late. It yield* :at niter to One the rrobleai was comparatively;
and tried all remedied i
Truntem-Dd! I? Well, I wonder ;:-
Minute Cough Cure. Pl"a'lnt to t'a>y, he could nut answer it. The prln- '
?e ted without relief. Finally
take. Childre-i like it. Sur cure 1 remarked with some Show of sefiity whatever made me dream such a fool tried Foley's Kidney Cure and 'le-- \llre\ Gather lip' Tliip !
I ripbronchitiscough! h*. II .irk' \ : thing as -Chicago News. 'than two bottle? cmrlfotplcurf'd p

Pharm ,cy. John :laf"pp.lId.idue) "My boy yon ought; to l-e able to do me and I am now ound and" w -n.'

K tr.n. that.t your ace George Washington shoo UIW.\KP.SU \V. A. D'Alemberte. 121 :-'. PalafoxI From all parts of ti.e L'T ,:::,

was a survtjor." The reader of this paper will be -- ----- ''.
; Our dlIinr'n. will c.d ..
\\ bat Inlenninrni-T Meftn. The !boy looked him straight! ia the pleased to learn that there i* at leat Know One !'nre Remedy! ,- '

-., Intermiiteiu'v is that form of Irregularity eye and ansuend: one dreaded iii-eae: that science f cr an ob@tnaec--.-L 1 a-time U ", ty-B.-&r:) -. where at any time s 111:- :

t : In wbu-'i the pulse! appears| totircip "Yes, sir: and at your age; he was .
has been able to cure in all its stat *
r\J\ ,} Write or telephone n* and ,.
a tK'at oeeHsitmally.! In some in- president: of the United Stat -s. ?
and that i i.* catarrh. Hall' Catarrh
+' M.inefs tt m-ours n'ularlym.J two or The com'i-rs-ation ilfpi-ed{ at that CASTORIAFor V denver to--erveyou better ti ,.. .
Cure i- the
, three tnui s p< r minute rear several point-St.: Louis ro..t-I).?patea.Mm only positive cure now

tt hours. Sometimes, !it is very Ir- Known to the medical fraternity Infants and Children. Laundry can.

t"ulnr11I,1 i ii nttil H minter oftmea nnil %)ir.. Catarrh being: a con-titntional di4ie. *- The Kind You Have
constitutional Always BouRN
Were it : requir- a treatHiut. -
not. 1IIn1'y tliat"the
within a fl't''tlu.l" and not says Hair Catarrh Cure is taken ALL WORK c. o. D.
? G cds Calld for ad rflinred
i again for a nnnme: or m"tr. This |>eculiarity l-rnoranco of the s> called educatd internally acting directly the Bears the@ignattua [ c:
;gemrai'y! causes much ua- ( ela-M-5 is cnoal.! ." there might be blood and mucous surfaces of they ofUXOFIllfl TELEPHONE J 14.
t'lsiut' Yet. u.le!:; it iiuy \>? a very need for a{poll! u."): In restatement of thefact ...t"in. thereby d..-troyitiijthe fouad.itinn ST.

., s"riuus syrrptiM.i: and asv,,:iatiM with .' that is not descended from 'it, the di'*>ai>. and jrivin:? the WALKER INGRAHAM

y p rave and. i'iciirabl d.sense: of the the aHThe reIationshlp between patienttruirth; by building up the --- Manager.

' them is lateral cot lineal lath being c..titutiou and aV-i-ting nature in I I
;t heart it often s.'::'"!lo'o1 merely a func- lat.t
1 tii'iml disttirluiiiee! ; which Is in nowise! offsho-jts of the same stock but each doiiiit* work. The proprietors L LVJ I.. H'ar.e,,';; -- -- -

j dangerous remaining: of c-iure la very different have: s0 much faith in it* curative 1 adverti-ement. in Medical Society, Attention

d.-;'rees of d!t.\ elnpment, isolated croups Dollar*. that they otter One Hundred another column. There will be a regular meeting '
1 ? for any case that it failto
rirnl. <>\\nrk Tor Ilir de),. of D13Ullllal.-1.lwl" ClodJ's "Thom cure.nd for li..t of tetimomal KIDNEY DISEASES she Pensacola Medical society 4.

; "What du s the! sM-iety which you as Henry lluslej. Addre-s. F. J. l'UEOEY.CO.? the Board of Health office :31 .

1 Lave Just joined tied to do?" asked Toledo. 0. ''FRANK SECARTSJATH HOUSED 3'clockpm.Tuesday.Jane :M.

Mrs. I'.izzle's; hu>liatid ranctantp It. Lr )ld by Dru:: st* 75c. eats tiM COlt fetid of( &1J db. Visiting physicians are cordial '

y ".\ great deal," was: the answer. : Take this sentence, printed! nakedly: r water sea bathing. nizht or ;:es. Invited to attend.
"It was and I said not cf." As it day. for white DR. E. F. BRE,
'After established people only.
, we ;g(t an organization special
e stands it is enough to give the readerertiso If you want a nice present to give compartment for ladle, with lady at- Preia-
j the question of other people'sligibility !
t friend and look c.
< before he !grasps is ln.rt.'l'tol't'ry > a go through; the tendant. Neatest, best and clca'nestbath DEWBERYg25ttf
: t to membership: !gives us all elegant line of suitable: article rULtI '
at house in the Kith i iiirnttn gis Secretary.
and city. 5
stopped buoyed with 4
w i the work ''''" can possibly attend to>. J. I. tepben*. you surely can Bad cents. FRISK SiuAKi.
ctmimas. it !is a perfectly simple: and
[ Washington Star. something to please you. If von Cor. Cevallo and Marston
natural sentence, will!! Zirragos -t $ Quina carr<
as you see want anything in the Diamond lice or moral ,dunc d. Contilniremeditf
if you have ;gut the grip: cf your senses.London be sure to see him before you bay. the largest line of matting,,
Chronic bronchial
f troubleand: rtcognlztd by cznloent -
lUUann from the Northernteo
: putatnercotuh* can be quickly rest rugs, window shades, etc. .
+ ioi tl ry-Eite: C.II: foXO.ASTOn.X.A. co;"s. physicitns u th best fa
s lif veil and ('.ad HoaevundTir.
bFI'I..y';; in the
The .la' '1ft IP YOU ARE city. We lay our
W. A. IVAlemberte, 121 I a 06:0..n. Kik., tnd Bladder troublu.!
S. Palafox.OA.STOn.IA.. "The most delicious: of all the fruits matting free.ADMINISTRATOR'S.
1, of Jays" writes a correspondent of theIMtsburg lOOKINC FOR BARCAINS : puci a. urf n..Ir\

I Di.pateh: "is the niansos-; Boon 11, ht fK ri l'7 I'b' A *i1 I BIBpt W. A. D'ALEMBERTE. NOTICE.

: teen. F.-r years un eaoruio'-s reward : ,.. +-tl1- _' Estate L. M. KImberly, decease :

1 t 5rtr.the 19 K11 'I Mat' Lei B.t: awaiti l the cian who would: bring a 1 For Gt Notice hereby given that on u.a .
t .. the next:! ten days I will sell day of Jnly. A. 1I.1 r.:. I .,11 apply! to
: f ::U9 t' basket to the court < f Holland: but unfortunately La Honorable Probate Jude of Escax .
(I Pc' the fruit: is tau perishable, you any article now in stock at a ls county. Klorid oa dlll.arit! tram : -

,; and to taste It you n:11..tJ to the country discount of 25: per cent from the regular Marston $ Quina are sole At81D.JhP4e dtuinittr Uoaof I.d WILLIAM'Hate FisHY'.

i where it 1l 1&y.,oamsm Admnulrat .'
:runs agents for the celebrated
The man who own bin own home price. Think of it-you will &
injures himself agaiu-; lots of Incased in a bard purple shell, lined avei: > on a diamond ring or pin Odorless refrigerators, i i' Ff:.. :;: -
with an exquisite; rink gauze, are a
.\ trouble and worry. Nobody canraise where at regular price it would
cost absolutely guaranteed or LODGE DIRECTORY
number of snow white sections
his rent, and the rent day has something
ao terrors for him. It's easy to owna : like: those cf an orange only: eachone H:5ee; you save 25 cents on money refunded.There's LW.HARPER

!I home now-a-days. ThOS. C. growing smaller ES they round the every dollar's worth you buy. Now .. ,. l j E -

!: Watson ti Co. can tell you howeasv core. Each section COltansn seed I is the time to buy your diamonds or lots of money be madeIn ,KENTUCKY '( KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.

i it ii'. Call and see them Incased la a substance like tile pulp ofthe watch or any other article in stock real sign etate-lot3 is of it. A real estate WHISKEY Pen *col hedge 5, K. of T,
usually a finzer-board:
grape. Jo describe the favor wouldbe
very cheap. Call and examine
wealth. Thos. ,'
C. Watson enr1 Honda ere
impossible, but if you can imagine!! roods. Remember this the I5;. J at Cue Ban!! I
I 'easonClble household ofler is; for Co.. leading Real Estate firm
f a perfect blending of the flavor of thegrape : the Btoant. WIMI
only ten days. No trouble to how have some offers which it wouldbe 1.9 third door

:1 1. and kitchen utensils at the orange pineapple and Vanana ?oods.. J. STEPHEN?, worth your while to conMder. Go 41111 brethren cor4:all:; I
Willis Hardware Co.'s.hiL you may have a notion of the deliciousfavor and seetbem to-day, and don't wait ,
of the 112 South Palafox till M.CAVFBII.L
raanjosteea. street. to-norrow. silt( bJ Danllewer em. EOISLIB. C.0,
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STEAMSHIPS. She Pricked Her FlnKrr. |, -- ......
_. I A maid employed by a prominentNew JUST ,... .:af :f'I ment. The voters of the entire coun.
--- --- - --- will
,., ty vote on the above-named coun-
IC York family came to her mistress'
I ONE officers including the chairman and
S with tears In her eyes not many days j secretary of the executive committee,
j OCEAN TRIP after she had been In the householdand WORD that word is 'except j the justice of the peace and t

said that she had pricked her finger I Constables and the candidates for a f

l ToW YORK, BOSTON ti i with a table fork. Tutt's 'i county office who shall receive a majority -

I /USB "1 am terribly worried ma'am" she : of all the votes cast for that

) EASTERN RESORTS 1 said "for fear the fork may have had :t refers to Dr.Tutt.s Liver Pills and (Office shall be declared the nominee

some brass In It and have poisoned my MEANS HEALTH. of the democratic party for that office.In .
: 1. the event candidate does
l ria \ ,\ hand. a not receive
The \ \ U I Il "Oh jou lndigestion7 a majority of the votes cast, an I:
l nonsense, Maryl" replied the Troubled with fcr infants and Children.
Sick I other primary election will be held on
lady of the house. "How could headache?
(I J \N: STEAMSHIP COMPANY: the ; >'irtigo? I the lath: day of August, 1902, to choose
L'- *: 'rk1''R'ERtItE 'I fork: poison you when It Is made of Bilious? I between the two candidates receiving Cn! toria is a harmless sub.tUuo for Cantor Oil, Paregoric -

50 Hours of Ocean Breezes I pure silver? I never allow anything Insomnia? ,the r highest vote in the July primary.The Drops and Sootlirnj; Sjrups. It is Pleasant. It

Sailings each WeeK f else on my table." '.NY of these symptoms and may oUten.Icate voters of the county at large contains neither Opium, 5lorpliiue nor other San.oticfooub..tall

I The next day Mary and the fork inaction of the LIVER shall vote for the chairman and sec.Mretary ('(>. It destroys Worms and allays }FeverMme .

3 from Savannah Ga. f. I which had pricked her and all the other Y01.1. Iced i of the executive committee and It cures Itiarrhu'ii sad: Wind Colie. It relieves Teething {11'
Troubles and It regulates tho ;
:.< 'L, IMJI lIar I.snft u" J forks and In fact the whole table 1 the voters of each precinct shall vote cures Constipation. .
.., I Stomach and ovrels jjiviii md natural sleep.
'>n... .\1... Itli i-.ty. T. Y tmlce. the for a member of the executive commit. healthy
3 xi.rhf \ rnl. '!... 4 guaranteed by mistress to The ChldrenN Panacea-The Mother's Friend
1 a.. st :!.crh lot, ty a v I be solid silver had disappeared fur tee from his precinct and the candidate -
r vn i. it- ar.d' a 1 T Pills
1 v- .1' parts unknown. i :I for the executive committee receiving The Kind You Have Always Bough f .

u'u, aa/.Ya110aL -D.T'.' ; the highest vote cast shall be
Y. ".. etc ..." To4idar Fire Destroys Department Store. I I I a member of the executive committeeuntil i
Bears the of :
... .... Signature
1.I. II.. : ;
r. in ...., I.....r.lm, Ma, Strasburif 0., June 17.-The 6arverBros. '' Take No Substitute. his successor shall be chosen in ,
it ." .: .,"1.J.rLv....iI..FT.. the year 1904.
f department store in this townj i
.,{7t'K il"Zi "riYlrh t:"I'C'lC1' I l
a was consumed by fire early this morn- I I Qualifications of Voters.

I Ing with a loss of 1100.000. THE PRIMARY I Those and only those persons shall

(.K.NhKAL: HIK5CII SCHKDUI-K i TROLLEY PARTY be permitted to become candidates be 4 -

IA fore or to rOle at or participatein I

L iTnng 13 the schedule of the ] the management of this primary In Use For Over 30 Years. t tT..r
TUESDAY NIGHT election who white democratic
Diem steamer General French ELECTION CALLA are electors ..
ere Y.u. eowe.wt. n Yl..N.Tarr? wtwv eTVIarin0
I I duly registered for the electionin
T'iE print for then
the 1000 and the and _.. -
year on 12,13 -
The Ladies' Aid of the -- -- ----
>r the merchants who hip I Society --- I 14th days of June 1902, who declare i

.- .dto the various army i Presbyterian church will give a ;, primary election of the democratic I| their adherence to the principles and REMOVAL NOTICE. 1

Trolley Party Tuesday, June 17th, party will be held in scambia county, i organization of the democratic! party, fro.f \ -
Awarded at Paris
J-nsaiola _. .... ._ .. 7o! a. m. for the benefit of the church building Florida on the 15th day of July A. D.I' national, state and count, who, if Dr. G. H. Tuttle f
... .. 1&02 for the of they voted at the regular election i ,
HI fSIC'Ib.. ... ..... T.rmn.Di, fund. Children's hour, from! purpose nominating' ,
P ':ken ....... ..._. *.IMJ a. m. candidates for the following offices held next preceding such primary j
.m rnuctti ... ...... .......... 1:15 a. la.loitcola :;aOtoj:30.f\rel">c ; adults, 7:30 to i I : I election then voted the demo-i Dr. J. G. Heard, .i
........._. .. ...lo:15 8. m. 9W fare 2oc. Ice and cake One United States Senator I aUlNALAROCHEWINE
cream i cratic ticket state and
national :
Iii rrancas 11:11) 1m.. ar.d thn One Representative in Congress 3rd a
:'up to tort 'olcltt'o and then rear will !be ?erved on Fi-her'* 1'iwn. Dibtmt. county who are by the laws DENTISTS.a

it ant renCi.r -as ....... ..... ... 1:15 p. m The party will tirt at the junction: One Justice of the Supreme Court. I of the state lawful electors of UiMinih 7 and !I, M.i'oni.1 Tf mple. l f
:, us .. .. .. l.'o p. m. of l'jlafand Gregory; street, One of State. the election district in whkfi they CORDIAL
:" -arola ...... 4:,."p.l1I. Ticket; can be obtained at the june Secretary I offer to vote, who have paid their poll All branches of SurRionl. Op.rame and .
'i- .. ... ... ,.:l i5p III. One Comptroller. ; lilhest recommendations for curt ol Poorness Mi'vhamval l>t.ntihlrjr perfornedwah tech-
5'p 1ett.I taxes legally due not less than ten ;, ol Hlood. Stomach troubles end General Der I
i -ancas ) p. m. and inakt-s Two Railroad Cunmissioners. nical skill
.. Hint return. I days before such primary election is I- i') Increases the appetite strengthens
II One State Senator :2nd; District. I the cents and build' the entire < Mem. special Rtttiition given to rhildrrn's
up >
and who shall when
>v (fie-d: ysanUSaturdiy=:! th<. I Two Members of the House of Hep- challengedby Teclh.1oldantt rurctluiu Killings Town

lI"e "lJarritnca. via Pick- i Nasal Errs r,.>'ti.tanves.One: any elector pledge in writing upon I 33 root Hrouot and KnUgeVnrfe.
11. 'uola (5:30 oath, before an inspector his honor to PARIS .
n* at p. m.ral Tax Assessor. I r.t--I Material; Competent Equipnuat.Telephone
CATARRH cat BlltEo abide by and support the result of such I F. t'ou,rra A Co
French is for army One Tax Collector.One'i..
,',lv and anyout-iJer muti In s'.l! its stage: tiererniuid ,r 0ac A MMO County Treasurer. I primary therefor. and vote for the nominees I I :No. i'S.

-- from the quarteiiiuster be cleiuuws. MAC ifl'E( five County Commissioners. I -a a- 1
The inspectors to conduct this glee
.--.iuff! u i h -r. Three Members of the County Board I
El's ('reul11111 pr tion will be selected by the committee .

.. "..t'iithA-ard.... ?:t, t!!, (15 ut' Public Instruction. I at a meeting to be held at the
STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE '.e d-rfetu EI ._.,'.'.e. ? No One One.Justice of the Peace for District !I office of Judge T. R. McCullagh, at 1. Wm ijr 60.lmyortere ij.

It c'rc,t'a:..:"an 1 's tl "t'rOI 7:20 p. m., June 21, IW'l. This committee i'
a', .T a coal .4 ae L:1.1 One Constable for Districts Nos. 1, I will meet at Judge McCullagh's ) These tiny Capsules sresupctiorl

.'h 1....,.lt.la1,1'1 -Idiat ;L.' '1. 3,4,5,4. j office at S o'clock Saturday to Balsam : of ,Copaiba, '.1

!;ul.. Daily I-\tept: .Sunday. ('ifia Calm's: j>:iced Imo the no tri's: spreaiis One Chairman of the County Executixe night, July 19, 1002 for the purpose of C''beb and Injections. 81 and Dealers in-

Cin; OF TAMPA." over tae n.ercbraLC and :t .'+orbed 1 e .ol Iii ni- Committee. !I II canvassing the vote and announcing' They cure in 48 Lours the I Chinese and Japanese \
wedtaeandacuretuaows.: It IB not 'jrym:!-UOM! ,,I One Secretary of the County
I.xecu-I' the result of said election and the inspecters ; 'aDJe Lases without nyinciin)
rot produce rtee6nl.: Large S;ie,50 cents at Dru;- tiVfc Committee.
sIn l'"n-al'olaIJOpm I will have then and there the i se:L'tOt5: JI)' 1) If" U L IAUCGIST Fancy Goods
"i .,i inn Ar Milton 'i."Ujinl Lusts or tj mail; Size, 10 cim by ma. One member of the county executive i; said ,
returns of election if they have
.. ,. I ELY I5UOTUEKS.5C Warren Strett. Sew York. j II ; (II -- .f
Hound up tl] :") Committee in and for Precincts Nos. not been already forwarded to the FINE CHINA TEAS, .

!1 one to twenty inclusive. I Ii {!I chairman of this committee. i' 31 South Palafox St.

| prescribed The State the Executive rules and Committee regulations has I: C. D. PARKHII.L, '''I \ Every Woman Laundry Office. Pensacola Fla.

.1 DAN MURPHY, Chairman.
I PoLITICALAN\'OUNCL+ 1L\TS. of the primary for state officers, ins Secretary. ,. is intc neiril ndsloadknow -- --- ---
eluding the State Senator and members t fit' alHJUt llie womlvrful NOTICE.I ,'f
to+ti MiR1L Nhirling Spray
of the House of Representatives
have been authorized to take ?
TLf l>ew tgl..l K]rio r. lxlrt !
>. and the County Executive Committee, LIVELY FIGHT AT CAR OLL TON.I t Q, J+vaxxd.urnnfl. Heet- >nf subscriptions for Win. Jennings i

at a meeting held in the office of aye, Bryan's paper, "The Commoner.The 1

For State Senator. For County Commissioner. 'County Judge McCullagh on the 26th I Citzers::: Belabor Each Other ,..peas dno"I.t fur h. "''. price is $1.00 per year in ad .
I hereby announce myself as a of May 19u2!' provided rules and '
H..U.V.. A. Ulouut day ; I/tranrotplptlytLe: -n vance. Those desiring the paper
V ith Canes. '
candidate for re-election as county regulations as follows, in accordancewith M1nkl.awptuu can have it sent to them by seeding
candidate t'ttn-r. hut wed stamp r 1) 1t
f"r .r.' : ..un a; a cotnmij-ioner from district 2 of Kscauibia the platform and regulations of Cairo'.lton Ga.. June 17.-A bloody I liwrat*! IKH,k-...,.....It elves |1.00 to the undersigned
it- : mi tins r ec- county, subject to the actionof the State Executive Committee for the fight occurred between two of tha rai'.,t': fall/'arll'lIhorl. .. a'uPI".ln. .
d j >...I...:,." it/ !I' --tnct, and repect- T. .lil..lo U'tiet. M %K\\.t to., ROCHE
the democratic primaries July 15, nomination of candidates for Tax Assessor prominent clti/ens h<-ie in front of tli Care Daily News. i
:IIy: i-k t1.- ,. of all I) ,
-uji, rt mo- Room !t-'c Times Bldg. New 1"ork ;
("m I'W.i' Mi! c'lmin pri01HY. and ask the support )f the voters. Tax Collector. County Treas courthouse yesterda I'r.n.. '.\'. Slias t
urer, County Commissioners, School and Colonel S J. Hoykm were the par

For Representative. Board, and Members of the Executive tit ipants and each used his walkir- THE GARDEN SECTION
.. For County Commissioner.Mr. Committee:
frit-udi of Scott M. Iviftm take
ftick up"n the other with telling offeet. I
.leans of announcing him as a Frank Johnson hNt'bfin. The naues of the candidates for
date for I>ire-eutative in the nounces himself as a candidate fur these different county offices and members Blood flowed! ropioiisly fro'1 -O-:

-I tture from E-cambia county, rejection as county commissioner of the Executive Committtee must wounds in the head of each.

i-y desire the support of all' from district four E-cambia COUlltHlhjt'ct \', be printed upon the official ballot to be The difficulty was occasioned It:, Fensacola IFloridst

'rata in the couniij primary.For to the will of the dftmocrat'lcvoter. 'used in said primary election July 13, Colonel Boykin accusing Ur. Shaw u! -- --

in the coming primaries.+. lie iyu2: : and no blank lines will be left charging him with th* lianatrous Ii(' Near East Hill Electric Terminus.
ReDresentatlve.'llf'ud does this f"r the reason that he on said ballots, and no voter will be of Railway
working up a case against-him
of Henry C. Clopton I I I wants the otiice and thinks he can allowed to vote for or write the name I

>. turn; as a candidate: for be of benefit to the bet interests; of of any candidate on the said ballot, I Colonel Ho) kin, as the attorney for Beautiful Lots for Sale.

"'utativ in the jilature the whole c unty. If his;; friends unless the name of the candidate !be Mis. M. F.', of Heard county
and th hitere-ted with I had filed l a'Sut Dr. Shaw
K-cambii county, and request people agree printed on said ballot. against fcr

ipport! of all dtuiMcrat-s in the him, he will appreciate their -up- Each peiMjn dosiiini to have his |: an allfged: beard bill and other itt m.- 40$137feet at from $76 to $200 each, accord-

democratic nrnn.irr. port. name punted on the primary election amounting to about ll'M" Dr. Sa.! I ing to location and surroundings.

!ballot as a candidate for the above I had filed a countersuit for su 'plk.1 i
For Commiss
For Representative. County oner.
t"l1d"I Vb.H. JI. Co,;ton an- I The friends of J. W. Brewton of county shall oll file('f'S with and the executive chairman committee of this amounting to $S.:> more than the othrt Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View, I

'iini aa: candidate: for rep- district No. 5 announce him as a county executive committee on or be suit and was seeking a J.idguw for High Dry Fertile Lands.
,' ,\ ni the legislature from candidate for re-election from said I the excess
fore the noon hour, 12 m., on the 24th
ii' i t lltand tllE'ak the district, subject to the action of the Shortly before 10 o'clock the twr,
day of June A. I). U'02: his notice of
.' ill demucrats i m the coinFor I primaries July lu. candidacy and application in writing mt-n nut and a spirited eonveratlo;. The grandest opportunity for investment ever I

.J .i :;. to have his name so printed upon a ensued! It is claimed Dr. Shaw c-all--i1! offered in Pensacola.

Railroad Commissioner. For County Commissioner. blank to be furnished by said chairman Colonel l Uo>km a liar at the saint --------

I,' .'t.I h.: tully the rights of tie 1 hereby announce myself as aclltdidate'for accompanied with a sum of time striking him a hf'ablow ont Home Seekers Should See These Lots.

i;, '. ,'p'dticers t to more C 111' county commissioner, money, assessed by the committee as the head with his ( '
iM" .' <. hands of the from di-trict 4, subject to the action follows: I cane 'olom,110)
I 1\ \li; id t'"muni=-ion, I *FIIr'l of the voters at the ensuing demo- < Each Candidate! for Tax Collector kin immediately instituted a vigorous 'V.Clubbs

: -f all Democrats cratic primary July 15. . , . .$100.00 retaliatory onslaught; and for a few alOI
:. .' : '" ,decliratioii: of {irn.1 ,- I). W. C. YAKKKOUCUf. Each Candidate for Tax Assessor I merits canetre flying through thf I i

..' -' !..rth in my platform. . . . . . 7300;; air tapidly and furiously by i Corner Garden and Alcaniz Streets. _
I I 1..tform.ent to any out: For County Commissioner.The Each Candidate for County i the bell.ecTentb.! : I I'I .

'- Ill,- at \Ve-t 1''l lm beach, friend- of J. B. Huberts an- Treasurer . . . . 73.00; ''I The sheriff's otlice was hurriedly no I .... C. BRENT. WM. H KSOWLhS, W. K. HYIkJK., J. H, REEHE.I'rehldtct. i!

K. HUDSON: HUHIl. nounce him as a candidate for reels Each Candidate for County commissioner tined of the battle that was being Vice Preindent Clrbler. ABS't Cashier

c ion as county commissioner i . . 10.00 I :
For County Treasurer. i waned, and the officers of the law :1
I from District 1, subject to the action Each Candidate for School I ':
"ud- of Frank E. Uravvneriimuubcehiin ha tpn"rl
of the democratic primaries July Board . . 10.01) I to separate the two men
mud idatft
t sty Treasurer a;of a c Kcambiaitiiect ; 15.; They believe that the material l Each Candidate Justice of Peace 5.00 I They did 5.0 onl.v aftt r the sidewalk! First National Bank ,

interests of the county demand hi had hren maiie
to the action of the ak Each Candidate for Constable. 5.00 i to present a goryy ap
primaries July 15, and re-election and they the support Candidate for members of the Executive I pearanfe The ease over which tt<

M. -ttpportof! the voter of every democrat in securing Committee are not required to fight occurred had to be postponed. a=
pay any assessment. neither of the
For Commissioner. men were able to attendcourt.
For County Treasurer. County As soon after June :24:! a;* possible a .

.un m\elfa raudidite for I announce myself candidate for list of all candidates for abo\enamed D::: EOTOnG.

.' 11111 for time (h.-itiou tlf election county commissioner for positions will be printed in the newsjiapers I Order WM. H. KXOWLEB W. A. BLOUNT, F, C. BREN1 .V. K. HYER. J}
In the lion
.. No. primary be held I
district; 1. at to
i-urerof Kscambii couu- : ; and the chairman of the committee D. 0. BRENT
'o the action of the demoiry. July 15th: and ask for the support of will give a receipt for each The French parliament was not nlI !,

i .ill democrat-2. candilacrcceivcd.. and if I ways famous for the excitement and
;:) notitp of
J. \V. FIlATEIl. la i. UA='IELI" after the :24th:! day of June !1! turmoils of its debates. In the old! :
any person
iii t 3&ii I
-- -- Ma B t ul Ul I

For Tax Assessor. For County Comm'ssrorer.The off claims of the that list his of candidates name has published been left, monarchial the sessions days of before the old the parliament revolution I, km & $1 Sngtt I i iI

by announce my-elf a* a friends oi \\'. A. S'ii..y hereby his claim will be rejected unless he I were exceedingly dull and prosy! af- I ItzrWe )

It. fur -flection ao; Tax A<- announce .- cawi!, I 1.11'\: for reelection holds a receipt for same trom the fairs. .
i draw oar own 1 Billa of Exchange on Treat Britain, Ireland I
ir K-e.uiibi; :i county, subject aua'y' C'lti'iiiissloiier! chairman. I I
n'tioi! oi the democratic pn- from dittii i i X l. 3 o:; K'Cimbiacounty If number of candidatesshall One day, it is related a noble count I Ii Oarmany, France Austria, Italy, Holland, Hpaln, Belgium Russia l'nJ
a larger
I lliy 1 I lV eubj'3ct to the action of the be announced than were contem j was trying to make a speech and aVery i way. Sweden. Denmark and other European countries ';
pro::y speech it was. while all! the :
W. \\ Hu'u\lWS. de'noriatic pnnnri.-- July 15, and J
plated when the above assessment was .
of all other members were either chatting or frVe F'eI8 Disbursed the Moat Favoiable
-- i-k for him the hearty support made, the committee can. if they see npon Terms, and that
For Tax Collector. 'lpll1", r H". 1 resting.Presently. Obligations Taken Parable at Port of eetiratlon Ten or Fifteen Dan hi'
.. fit to do so, cut down the said assess- .
by myself as aI.II' I the president of the body i after Vessel Arrives there.

:for rc-eh.c-tion as Tax Col I' i.r County Coi a t.ioner.. r'JI.I..I slightly: with his baton. }

l.t. K-ea-jibu county subjecti.iii Afierdtie coo-iteration I appeal !ivty Years of Popularity "If those gentlemen who are talkin? VSafety Deposit Bozos fcr Rent in Connection l'

"Il\. .' I;;i. I tIlt democratic pri- I 1'' .. y many friPiida and the demoic i; the record of l'ainkillkr'Perry to eieh other" said ho, "vvouM kindly with which we hare K Priva A*,nrtment for th 'UJ't : i

: \tr'r as a candidate for the in::'. mi more noise than those pentltnvn of Renters II
.\. H. D'AI.EMBKRTE. I i D.\\'i..l.Jut) the shops are full of Im- ''
:!i' "if county commissioner:; from I,
---- who are snoring it l>e .
For Tax Collector. Ji-' -let four o4f }cambia county itationmade to ell upon the rent ;i
I u.ucli appreciated by those gentlemen
: 'Ild- of Ilnryini Hel1in eran- Pi <.- fuieinlVr me at the primary reputation of the genuine ; be cautious : "
; who are trying to listen. WE WILL' FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE!
.t- a t .tndld.lte for Tax electi.: of the democratic party therefore, when you ak for a : ;

II .of K-cambia: county, sub- July 15, IW D. )1. )hRRI1T. i I ,
bottle to see that you get the >:enu-
democratic primary to be'itL Olive, Fla. Sairtl IV' in an Awlul Fate. WrllP tn.lay for one hiM.0. .
15, I''ll rand request the ine. An unfailing: remedy for r! -anil" di'e ll1I..1'Ioiod what ......UI.II.rausl.wne i.irmiuiiti RFADTllEI.ETTtKSfrom
II ill Democrat. For Couiuj Coiiiinitjsioner.The coughs cold, bronchitis. "Everybody said I had consump.1tion we.. II1Te fur tf. nu. ur iced p&tn lh cf>t and per I I
I OUrI"h&r. U.'g'tet >ra.i.pim'luiiifr ,
---- Mrs. M. 'Shield of are Ifaj athoruf |
writes A.
-- t of a tux ",f Soap .
For Member School Soud.I friends of H. Rathwell: of \ ,j it It hauls" I jrhnlrPof
1 I I or bode of Perfume hell
Hlull Springs: hereby announce him Chambersburgr; Pa., "I was ;so low lIfIor.etJf U.Lanol
.' C. Watson & Co.
: Irttt.: her Thos.
\V.\1..1gerton .
inn'Hi(|>rpiiiiniiiainth"" ,, ot. I.' '.. Brsre'" *, I
; ,;e ::11.; candidacy for thei' as a candidate fur County Commisioner -- the leading: Real Estate Agents. take after six month* of severe sickness / kruTi. Jl'1 j'i>D5, take I .

"U as :t member of ti e I I from district Xo. oof KcambH ill the worry off the shoulders of the caused by Hay Fever and Asthma, )! t 6 l'laiM nd'lrrt! wiuouipzlblreaof iiJtiiii tirewnn.S<.TotlnWKt ipe :
*h. : county, subject to the action of Vive a uOl'IrnIllnurr .K.l-t '
ird from district Xo. 3, of manage: the ) s
owners property that few thought I could get well I ,
the democratic 15; toyaHt>nt a 1."lfc.'dw'ora' ai"S
I primaries July ,
: : f democratic primary of their houses and the collection .cwl, ..... '
renting : KHllr I1\;IIV'Era 1..1'' "' It *
-t' i and ak for him the support o'f the but I learned of the marvelous meritof I R 110Tf1L..,1'. ....r""' \\eaaorrln" .?nl. ..krs.I ..
.likr\ of their rents a* conscientiously I am Tmmurhpinedwh: iy d:. ". tai ,..... ter 1.. +..
voters. would themselves. Dr. King's New Discovery for I ..,.1 rap ouvfjr drr l'retl''tdatvh%% u J., n. dtorka
they .
F !M n Lt IX; Bb.'W ... .. .. .
r Member Board Public Instruction. Their'charsres reasonable Consumption used: it, and wa* completely < .n"" an>. l 31". 1If'1,
are very Nu' OHIGw Va alln.'II1mof'. Ifrmd If
; M' llaa i
For Executive COlt mittetman.I 'we- i
loud ot Hou. WarJi cured. For Throat _. ,
EliJih desperate I. 'I & ,J
UUIIIH: as: a candidate !herrby announce myself as a and Lung Disease it is the safest wem ]>.n>' .' IM.r lar ttr. Wi ..a< nil un .\\ea.n. !Wctnu. j.n. .S.. n'..:.. t!. i
W. wyouljdii
cIlD.t.Q' -T .wl
.t"I!. ts member of the candidate for member of the County Pocket cutlery and scissors cure iu the world, and is infallible III. few dai.. 1 am m>r* trar. |i...-l w;'*. the U' ; iTPr the (ff" ts 'Dd". .1 T TSALVONA J 1 + 'j.I'
DudQ1a. M". AOJ.ES lUTtlllSGs.' moiH-j t>1<)11., us. Uo&t drla,. .
Public ln-trueion: from ,iN Executive Committee from Precinct from the finest to the jar Coughs, Colds and Bronchial ? !

: '. .< ,( L.e.lIllblaCJun'\I Thirteen and solicit the support of Affections. Guaranteed bottles SOAP CO. Cor 12th i PinE Sts. ST. LOUIS MO. I
action' .f tne Ji mo Dt'm"crtic"otH" at the coming cheapest, at the Willis and Hilt) Trial bottlps free at 5Oc.1 ,

:lrt 3 July 15. primary. JAMES L. ::::WEE\ :Y. Hardware Co. D'Alemberte's,121 South .

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I ?iSSSHSHSHSHSc alw PEIwu'ziES ; r I ,

House Bill No. 225. A bill to be en-
r W. T. Graves of Geneva is in the j jI
ti tied "An Act requiring employers iw I
city today.J. ;to give cause of discharge in writing w,

I J. Atkison of Atlanta is among agents or employes when discharged .

the guests at the Merchanii. if requested to do: so.: Mr. Myers PER CENTiDIBCOUNTi

! .' Attend the moonlight hop to be voted against this bill and it was i I j jj j 1i

; given by the Rathbone Sisters at killed in the senate. i; 1r i l 1l

f. : Magnolia Bluff to-nignt. i I (Senate Journal 1901 page 1369.) !, 1

! : Rev. W. Q. Vreeland returned toL Of All Hot Weather Enemies |i ON ALL INFANTS'" CHILDREN'S, MISSES' AND BOYS' r rrOOTWIU. I I

: the city today on the "Tampa" from j
I 'of humanity cholera is the worst. !
t]V a vii i: to "ilton and Bagdad.I .
Treatment to be effective must be -
Henry McLaughlin, of the P. A. & I ,
f f prompt. When vomiting, purging

if}i., T.from railway a business, returned trip to thin several morning east ,: and sweat is present announce combat that it with the PerryDavis' disease ALL $2.00 Sandals, Oxfords and Shoes NOW $1.60 : lilliam |oljn0ott & Son.(

erncities.. Painkiller. AU bowel troub- ALL $1.75 Sandals, Oxfords and Shoes NOW $1.40 ,

I. Miss Genevieve Parkhill returned les, like diarrhea, cholera morbus

this morcinz from college for her and dysentery are overcome by Pain ALL $1.50 Sandals, Oxfords and Shoes NOW $1.20 ', \'

after a plea.!tnt visit to killer. It is equally health-promot )
vacation NOW $1.00
I ALL $1.25 Sandals, Oxfords and Shoes ,
all climates.
relatives at Hendersonville, N. C. ing in I

The many friends of Prof. Harry! PRACTICAL JOKE ALL $1.00 Sandals, Oxfords and Shoes NOW SOc ,

r E. Graham of this city will rt>trft; to :
Oxfords and Shoes NOW 40c
ALL 50c Sandals
learn of the sudden J* i I )
fattier Judge: E. M. Orihsin: at Ii i I

; Tancpa Monday practical joke which provedto : Now Isn't This Quite a Saving ? I II II 1 Ij j

The lawn: party at the residenceof be quite amusing was played oc )J
Dr.V.. E. Anderson this recently. JJ Jj
Mrs. two young men I ai

.. evening will be for children from 5 When E. Reilly, ati employee of i al J

a to 6:30 and for adults after G:1sl.: All Reilly's cigar store and F. Ernest MEYER SHOE CO. I,
are cordially invited to ,
Egglehotf;: representing; tLe H. 0. i 1J
Travelling Auditor Duvall, of the .
for Cash
Anson clothing store who spent Feet Furnishers Only. )
L & N., wife and daughter, and several )

others arrived in the city last Wednesday night with their uncle 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET. i

nl?bt from Louisville and left this woke up Thursday morning they JI

morning on the yacht Wallace: for a missed their trousers and it was: ------ ----- I FOR-SALE' I II ;. :
week's stay at Bi; Babtue on a fishing -, thought by them that they had been CARLOAD OF FINE I ,J

trip. visited by "Fishing Pole Bill," but : WATERMELONSJust OR EXCHANGE i :, ,I
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Officers of the Hartford will give a time i iI -- ,
search for some -- -- -
: after a diligent FOR DRY CATTLECall --- -- -" -
reception aboard that ship tonight. received. Must be !sold I ,K -
l by Mr. Reilly it was found that Bud I I
Members o! the OsceoU Club have quick. Phone 16').
chartered the Britania and a large ; Cummings had hid the young men's lS2t JACOBY GROCERY CO.I at lug West Chase street and : LAW DEPARTMENTOF
make choice.
numb of the club members! will at I clothes.' your
Know One Sure Remedy I 16jlOt
tend. The boat will leave promptly This is -'one on the b'yThey .
(;r&:l oittuse(0:01. 1a Lame W o'ar Bataim
from Palafox wharf at o'clock, returning were greatly excited over the lo,; of ----- I ICE-COLD WATERMELONS AT John B. Stetson University

their trousers.' SaVe \loner by
-- -- ---- I Do LAnd, FloridA. f

: AND DANCE AT your furniture Ball Bearing, keen cut .OLIN F. KOUBE3. Ph. D., President. ALBERT J. FAKUAH. LL B lea- ij j
BUSINESS LEAGUE'S ting Lawn Mowers, at the rail Term Commence* "'eIIne..t1a)", O(' IJI'r 1. 1 !JII:_: j
AT d. 8:3"") AND
Great Furniture Empo :
Willis Hardware Go's- TWO YEARS'COCR-SE-The Law Department Joan B. .tetso- I .' 1
9 LAST TRAIN RETURNS AT a twoyearcourse, leading to the degree of LL. KLiEitKEE
rium. -
11 :LO. TICKETS :25; CENTS.: AT JUNE MEETING = = -- ADMITS Tu THE BAR-ThediplomaoftheLx Depj",: -*-.: .'
admits to tbe Bar.
tetion t'niverslty
DEPOT. ( \ FURTHER lS.RMATIO.s..ortbeLa'll'\nnltn o: .-' B.-J .
--II- = :
'IIr\rIW'ltr'r .
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v. ; ;;Ireilaformauonregarimgth.: I Law partment.a'ldre5- .
The regular monthly: meFtiof; ALBERT J. FARRAH. DeaL Ilf Law D";; irt!..--::
CUTTING AFFRAY Great Clearance D.. L..rJ .
Men's r.uiue3 League
the Young v.
was held ye-terday tveiiJLg;: at T l.: I ItI.
; : ,
Sale 1 !
o'cbck. A communicative: fr:s; a I
frWWNrrwiiir iir
--- committee of the K. I. K. urging; : action -
e v Trimmed Hats Flowers 2ti :
" John Io?ely was sUb'jed several in the matter of securing tl.t ,

times last evening by Mary Bradley presence of the training Lip Hartford Ribbons and Everything jlf
RQ a termination of a short fi;ht. '1t i mmmDAILY!
Mo-ely i* in the Infirmary and the on the 4th of July the | in the Millinery Line ati; I MONDAY AND TUESDAY
Blut! will
woman i is In the county j jtil, hivingbeen celebration: at Magnolia I

arrested" by Otlicer Schmitz occur, was referred to the president ....HALF PRICE.... |
after the. fisht aud b')und
shortly i
and secretary with power to act. 3 o.tlTaL.FRIEDMAN
over to the county authorities this MRS. N. BOWERS. A
morning. Reports of progress from severaltanding -
Trie ph '.iciln: whoatt nd<*d Mosely -, and special committee h ;:"

: said to'day that the HI tu was very ------------ ---------- Comprise all the Up-to-
badly: nurt. but! woull survive theWi.Ul.d were received and the committee Date Di=hes the Markets &

-. ._- ----- ___ granted further time. The reigua-: GRAND of the World GO'SII

-1ClaTI.YSD: : yt'li: I.Y t tion of Mr. Wm. H. Knowles, chairman Afford.
'4th of July PicnicASI (
1 of the committee on commerce
( flee Sloulj I and Steadily l'ui'In ,,

5aue 1'er.nni. I ::and harbor, who now resides on the One Lot Ribbons, all colors. at 5c yard
Ladies' Private
There 1 inn doubt tint coffee secretly I biy shore, was received and ac
amount and of quietly misery causes to the au hnmei human I cepted. The vacancy will be filled CELEBRATIONAT Dining Parlor. : One Lot Ribbons, worth 25, 30, 35c at lOc yard I!(

rac, but in the majority of casethe by the president; liter. One Lot Ribbons, wortb 40, 50, 60c at 15c yard
l>*Toa doe; not uspect, tha cause of '
The resolution offered at the May
tl.e trouble. BluffBY
Virginia; : laJy had :iu interestingxprlinetit meeting concerning the remissionof Magnolia Regular Dinner Daily.
f- with collee p Ihun. Pieces Figured Brilliantine*, suitable! Q"2oc .c:
"For about five y".irs I was arrearages of dues to memberswhose THE O for Hummer t kirtl. worth 111 and ;.Je, yard a
troubled with indi.tiou; weak names: had been dropped from t. go .t...... .. .. ... ... ... .. .
rtdmich and palpitation: of the heart *: K I. !Ka'MYSTIC Short Order PrompllyFllll'il.
the roll since di
September was --
bad that times would fall and ;
t-o at Sight i or Day. HA Pieces Figured Brilliantinp!, 'suitable O" 1 ...
,. have to b.. carried iuto the house. cused, and it being; the SEe of the /H for Hummer kirtil, worth So and Tic, KfjO VWfi ,.
Finally I began to have :;jnsrus aud ASSOCIATION. wU logo at. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . UUU JUIUSee ..
-tilleml untold mi.(>r)'. I tried all meeting that each! case: should be ,-
"'au h for Grand Street 1'arade If tt'aSomethingGoodto Eat
kind of patent medicntesandditlrr- acted on separately, the resolutionwas you a lab, you'll and It at Show Window.
ei.t doctor-, only to get temporary: at 1O a. in.Hee .
on motion laid on the tble.
relief.Ti.e. Posters for Full DetaiU. Nick Apostle'sPopular
. fir-t making: toted so H it that: An amendment to the by-laws" was YOURS ANXIOUS TO PLEASE,
it made me half r-ick, but I determined A handsome prize will be given to
,. offered, to repeal the amendcet.t the hdsfllint the i Restaurant.
t.) hive it a fair trial > I read greatest I

the: directions carefully and found :adopted at the last meeting to section number of tickets. I L. FRIEDMAN & GO'SSTORE. L
thai it must be bailed at l'l a-.t fifteen I
minutes.. Well I boiled it 25 min. 9. article 9, requiring the attendance Admission, including fare, 35c;: l j2i14 \)IIIIIII 1
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then added same Rood Cft.tmanl : Children, 23c.;
ute I tell tau it wa delicious. I' of the chairman or a member Iq ? RACKET .! @ j I IwAmMMwm

like it better than the ordinary coffee of each committee to attend .

and, of roue-". Mick t<> it. ,
each meeting and the same was. Tulane of Louisiana.
Well I hivf bptu using it "since the University
15th <>f July now, quit two month laid over according: to the rule for !

I nave gained about -'" pound I action at the next meeting. Now Orlonns.
gaitfd Ms pounds in U: weeks, and ..
can eat anything I and all that 1 The following resignation were -- --- --

I want. My stomach never hurts read and accepted: C. Fredrichsen! EDWIN A. ALDERMAN, LL.D., President. There's Consolation in Knowing
Jr.... I have'gained: strength i until
work and to Harry W. Gibbs, L. Mayer, 8. Pasco Knginoerlog. Lft.., Medicine. ,
now I can da ny own go 4avrn'Feparate .its.'A xteen Pbarmacr Art .
parts that: '
Building!;* Extenst\e Libraries Laboratories you can get your Carr.
church every Sunday. Jr., H. M. Roche and Geo. P. Went- and Workshops Hplvalid I'epartment for Women in tbe Newcomb College. in 3
I finally jo.ivt! up all hope of getting paired a thoroughly effici" :
Tulane maltfoll@adersln all vocation IU facilities for instruction are unsurpassedintb
well My tomach was iu such condition worth. .-outb. EUhty-ix; Instructors and l.:I tetudenlt last session. Many ecnolarbbipa durable manner: at J. M. Hm sCo's. :
that everything but stale I in the academic department open to Louisiana hoy. Expenses of scholarship student rI Their
New members elected follows skill *<
were a renew
bread would throw me into spasms. J17-if': >r session. Hoard and lodging in dormitories at low rates. Opportunities afforded
academic student for self-help. In the Academic Colleges, no boys If properly preparedfor broken parts and v '
but M. F. Bowes, A. A. Credille, painting \
I neatly starved myself never : college work.w b'! turned away from inability to pay tuition. Next session be- .
suspected that coffee was the cause I,. B. Hirschman, Ed. Gale tjuina glIl?).toter in. Send for Catalogue. ing i is! too well known to need

of the trouble nor diJ I have any and J. Geo. White, Jr. Address, R. K. GRUFF Secretary. I II II mention, while their price- .
iiW-a what the caue: WHo ..
---- -- I markably moderate for tl.- -
One day father told me he had Cov. Dole Pardons Newspaper: Man. '
bn-n read'mghow Postum Food Coffee taking care displayed in ai
Honolulu( June 10.-(Via San Franriseo
hrlpf .0 many drinking people who and were'heurged June 1 Govtrnor Do:,. has issued S J. M. FOLKMAN, work.
Mck from collee : 1
leave oil cotlee and a pardon for Walter! 0. Smith A"1/ ; e
me to try J. 1[. Hilliard & { O.,
Poctum. I said, *Oh. Father I can- editor of Thill Advertiser! who waa sea fc< Contractor for Decorating ** I n
iu't try it and do not believe it would tented to 30 daji In Cabu prt. n fo COpY a No. 30 East Garden StMEIIg'S
Call Up Phone 314 or Drop a Postal Card.
but he
it me any good, persuaded. contempt of court. Smith's offens' -
u.- to try a package. was th* publication of a cartoon attacking All Work C. O. D. and Guaranteed.
People say 'You are looking so
the judge which wu held t:! .
w-ll what kind of medicine are you Corner Baylen and Government Streets. ;I
. taking 1 tell tbem I have quit all obstruct the trial of a pundlnj caao. I
kinds of medicine and also coffee One Block West of Postofflce, Right on tbe Belt Line. I

and am only using Poatum Coffee i Alabama Educational Ce-nventlen.

You may be sure I will recommendit Binning him, Ala., June Ur-The a* i T. W. LEWIS,
and guarantee a cure where the nual convention of the AlaHjaa Educational
will boil it long enough and'drink DEALER INML
person enough of it. I would do with- aatociatlon will be hell todayand I, School or Shorthand Typewriting and Literature.

nuta meal for the sake of one cup of will continue in session for see 1I T I We have Hamples! Now is the time to enter school and prepare for a lucrative posit! ,
Fojtum. I II era! daya. Jin elaborate program ha I I PAPER from the LargestManufacturers vacation. Night and day sessions.!

could tell a lot more but space been arranged and U la exMn ed thai rS in --
You are at liberty the United States.!
will not permit. several hundred teachers will b. pre
to print this letter and my name ent. Feather Scroll, 15c per roll. You never heard of any one using ;i Lay the dust. You can buy
benefit of others." Mrs.A. r I Foley's Honey and Tar and not be-1 I I
al o for the W'll'*
Dining Room Tapestry, $1.50 per roll. garden hose at the
T. Brown, Central Station W. may.-----t -- a. ing satisfied. W. A. D'Alemberte j j
;..' t Va. i I Ii Try THE NEWS Want Coluna. Call Up Phone Nt>. 35$. 1219.PalafozStreet.! I, Hardware Go's.



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