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 19, 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.
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MAYOR JONES' I the work fctreets.that above is Most indicated necessary of this has for character been the purposes accomplished of-. I ATLANTA MAN DIES OF I SilK STRIKE !! I rl

as will appear by the report

I of the superintendent of streets POISON IN NEW YORK

FIRST ANNUAL 1 1(I hereto I would attached.recommend that a liberal ap- I SERIOUS j

REPORT!; propriation fiscal year, be to made be applied for the wholly coming to Mystary Surrounds Death of I SITUATION

,! street improvements This
depaitnient -

!I I when taken charge of, was short Mark J. Speyers. I --

.Made\ at r Regular Meeting of City ;:,'of now tools well and equipped working for light utensils road but workIn i ii' WELL KNOWN IN GEORGIA !

t Groups of I Italian Strikers Gather
addition to having; provided the iI I fl I !

I necessary new tools, there have been
Council Last Night. I'purchased for this department six new Was Nephew of Former Marshal Mark i
in the Streets.Special
mules four new carts and harnessa Tolbert, of Atlanta-Moved To j i

mowing; machine to do away with '
-- ----- the antiquated method of rutting the Charleston! About a Year Ago ana

I''.I grass and woods from the city squares to New York. 'I
t .:.1.: ni-t in r.nlar! ses- fluent arc situated, and therein are also From There Went
I'I 1 and streets, by hand with a reap hook.
to The Daily News: J'tn4' 'housed. the hook and
Mayor' ladder truck and
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I"re'i(' j I' All of the old worn out carts and harness t MOB GATHERED

following\ ; members one hose wagon for 'he protection* of'.' hav been thoroughly repaired Hp 'cia! to The New. I Patterson, N. J., June I'.t.--A violent
the business section of the city. ;ithin i
v t. rtueuGrnenRrou'.rhtnn I I I and overhauled.
the past six months the hook an1 : New York, June IS.-Marie J. S11"/' outbreak of the strikers occur I F
: nChristie., Keilly ladder truck Las ">een overhauled in I Public Squares. TO LYNCH
I, ers, formerly of Atlanta died in New
1' I fact, entirely rebuilt, and equipped! and red in frout of Turner Hall today:
In addition to work done as shown
York this! morning at the New Yort'hospItal
:i' :t.lmgIf the minutes is now as: good as new apparatus.
by the report of the superintendent of when
from the effects' of opium or 500 strikers, who attempted to
-lillndttt.tJ the following New Hydrants. streets, a permanent stone walk has Special: to The Newt.Vincpnnes. ,
been laid on the west side of Palafox morphine poisoning. H The protection from fire has been I' Ind June H.-Gfes.t ex.
'at the intersection of Garden street the sidewalk yesterday on Twenty.
ivor'j Annual further extended and increased by the police. Clubbing became necessaryto citement wag occasioned here at an
Report. the walk around Seville has
square third street Seventh avenue in
35 near
establishment of ; additional water
Fla. June IS 1902.: been rebuilt the walk around the Plaza the strikers One early hour this morning by the report
-a I hydrants in outlying districts of the an unconscious condition with & keep subjected.
of the that a mob was on its way to the Jail
front city's property on Springstreet
1 .able Council of the City within
'i 1. : city, the past fiscal year. I
Fia between Garden and Romana young woman said to be his wife man was beaten into insensibilityand to secure possession of William Edison (
t. "la! would receommend in this connection
n In compliance with seethe the establishment, as soon as practi streets and the walk around the Plaza weeping over his prostrate form. He who has been in custody on
others taken with
Charter of the City ofi cable, the placing of twelve or fifteen has been entirely overhauled and re- was taken to the New York hospital, away charge of assaulting 3-year-old Irma

prodding that the Mayor more hydrants which would place paired. The rock ballast donated to where he died this morning. broken heads. Pfohl June 1.
the the sfate board of health
city by
.aU! make a report to the practically! every portion of the city I I For several days there has bean
The said his death dui
the financial condition of now inhabited under proper protec several years ao, has been broughtto woman was I Only ten of the fifty silk mills in talk of lynching the Irrespofr
The under heart he suffered with among
the city. coping now to disease, as
the honor
'ti I have to tion.
Patterson able to work slble element and it has only been
viiir consideration the tots construction around the Plaza is of heart trouble but an autopsy was per- were resume
Improvements Recommended.I this rock. The balance of it will b through the efforts of comer head
,, formed and trace organic trouble
'I together with such no or today. The whistles all the mills
,.rams in matters of admin would further suggest, in makingup used in permanent street improve could be found. According to the physicians i that the feeling against Edison baa

i- .. .m progressive and form the budget for the coming fiscal ments. he died from morphine 01 I I blew but the employes were so bad- been kept In subjection. Yesterday

nt of the city's act year for this department. that a sufficient I Street Lighting. opium. Speyers was well known In'' those who were the most outspoken
intimidated by yesterday's scenesof
appropriation be made for the Ily
down and further trouble
There have been installed since January quieted no
I Atlanta, where he lived a greater por- ,
1 r- 1"ii'irt following purposes, to-wit: violence that feared looked for. but this
1st lat. sixteen arc lights, and tion of his life they to return was early morning
1st. The separation of the fire alarm I
of the City Cnnp- from sections of the city illuminated a crowd of 50 or 75; men and boys
system from the patrol call The present I He was a nephew of ex-Marshal to work.
Mail the income
tin m Iby said arc lights, there have been removed assembled, but without apparent lead
.m.uII nf'the city from combination: of these systems leadsto I Mark Tolbert, of the commission houseof
> to suburban portions of the city
i In where work resumed
places was ership.
"I t to May 31st. 1&02, and confusion in both. I am informedby where badly needed the gas lamps Tolbert & Phillips, on North Broad

II I "Exhibit .t." the city electrician! that the systems i There have also been reinstated, several street. Sp yers would nave ben 22 |j the slim police guard: was reinforcedi The police were notified and the
can he separated: for about JluO" I word was at once passed that an effort
of disbursements off !
;slit i !gas lamps which have heretofore been years of age on Oct. 10. He left Atlanta -
Public Safety, Public nl. Considering! the efficiency of :shut off. I would recommend that aI about a year ago and moved to I i armed workmen. At the Pele- was about to be mad to lynch Edison.

". 81th, showing the our present Ere department, the dangers To add to the excitement! some OM
liberal appropriation be made fori
I incurred by the men in fightingfire I Charleston where he \lived until June pram and Meyers mill every fourth
'irpnses for which exeral ; i i street lighting! purposes the coming turned in an alarm of fire. This wgs
1.h''n he New York Hisun..l
i went to
and the fact: that they are requiredto
'\' departments of year as the city is not i'et lighted a-- employee was provided with a shot done it is believed to draw a larva i }
said that he marriedin
uniform themselves. I deem that >! today was
Same is market
K it should be. swell the mob I.;:i
crowd to the streets to
!I. they are poorly: compensated and I II Charleston more than a year ago.Speytrs gun and thirty rounds of ammuni I. f

.* '' ''commendations are would therefore recommend that the 1 Board of Health. traveled out of Atlanta for ,ou its way to the jail. Half an hour

', i fir ti.iiir consideration: pay of captains be increased from $45 I i I bog to call attention to the reports several years for the American To tion. after the first a second alarm was

to $ jO I per month and the pay of pipe- I made from time to time by the city turned In, but the police were on tin I
Board of Public Safety. batco ompany was regarded; as Groups cf Italian strikers gatheredin
men from $I'} to 45: per month. I health officer which show that the lookout and nipped any tendency toward I '
fire dalesman. For flvPyears
Department: \Vehaveat pres- an \ii -lally
I further submit, in order to make health and sanitary conditions of thecity the this violence in the bud '
streets q
I : early morning
a police: force consisting of the he attended college at Young
fire efficient
our d"pal.tll1..ut mOle I
I are excellent. The health officer The mob was finally dispersed ant j''
"'sing with the exception; of three new horses i is to be commended for the efficient Harris institute When last in Atlantahe and it is feared another attempt may
Marshal 14 Patrolmen 4 actual was made to enter :
Deputy purchased r""I'r.tlL that the old horsesin services rendered by him. I would hoarded with his aunt !Mrs. Rice, no attempt 'I
':nted Officers and :2! special Officers, the do> !h.. replaced be made to parade. This would the jail.
new t
partni-'tit )> recommend that the city physician bf at S9! Lurki> street He had no near f
t total of only :21! men.s I be for Edison is bad character, having I
ones. Also tlur provision male a
:, transferred from the Department' of relative His father was fi.P.. ASpeyeis. renewed violence.
force is divided Into twohrs" ,the purchase ,fl modern hose, wagon mean Mayor 14 of his 37 in the reform
Public Safety to the Health Depart a well, known railroad man. spent years t
and two 1
-five patrolmen II
: to replace the old reel truck now in went' and in view of the faithful serUPS Hinchclitle j is: in personal charge at school and the feeling Is very bittel
who died in Atlanta about 15;
I'I d men constituting the day years
I. commission in hose house No. :5. That '
\ rendered! by him. the constantly I against him. '
and nine patrolmen and two" the city should, as soon, as In condition i-'increasing demands made upon him ago. the police headquarters.! :Slid he to Ii
'it. Ii) men constituting the night: I Ii
to do purchase the truck i
so. by the city I would recommend that 'I
the two special officers in the: houses the I the men sworn in to help the police: Warship Illinois at Southampton. !
occupied by department
the city physician's salary be raised, :
'm 'ni doing duty on bothw SENATE TO VOTE Southampton Juno IS.-The United
as locations are such as any portionof from $30;; to $75 per month. :i "*ion wLi I tot avail in a
i I States battleship Illinois! flagship of t:
> the be reached ,
city can now on very I again urge upon the council the i
mi h- area of our city barr short notice. necessity for a new city ball. Thereis i.crisis l: like this ; if your clubs are of Rear Admiral CrowninsMeld, commanding ,

., ., than i'-; miles of open streets I My desire is to assist in making this not sufficient accommodations for ON CANAL TO-DAY the European squadron arrived

I rapid increase in population, department :so peifect that rates of the city officials and the records of no use you know what depends on here today. The Illinois Is ti\> !

i with the large Increase in in- insurance may be reduced thus bringing :;. '! the city are entirely unprotected in keeping order. Don't allow the represent the American navy In the ; r
thf Police Court I would '
: 'im' ,
'.'I that the police force be remedial benefits to our citizens the present dilapidated structure occupied Special to The New, naval review in the Soltnt in honor

': .u the beginning) : of the next; ,land ;ivir.2' them and their property I as a city hall. I Washington, June 19.-The senate crowds to gather. You must be aggressive of the coroLatlon of King Edward.

patrolmen.Vhen ample ptotection.Charities.. It is impossible! at this time to state convened this morning with the intention "
i" thirty
". 'i "thce, I found that the necespmt I valuations accurately will what be under the total the operation assessed to begin voting upon the from the start. The one great virtue of Burnett'jVanilla : t

i' 'nt for the police force There an nrmerous! calls upon the |lof the new tax law hence I shall defer Isthmian canal question at 2 o'clock Mayor Hinchclitfa today suspended I Extract is purity. It is real
', .1 1 as to he entirely inadelute authorities of the city by worthy indigents -
necessities.: This until this information is available this afternoon. Chief of Police Oraul for neglectof vanilla extract and nothing but va t'l
"- : for assistance in procuring absolute -
any suggestions! as to a bond issue. nilla extract. 'Always use fur
i t. remedied by the pur- eres.-aries of life. Heretofore
I Respectfully submitted. McSweeney Out of the Race< duty in not taking personal chargei
-Filly i i of proper parapher- there ha: been no appropriation to ;'1I )
M. JOMS Columbia.; '
I c. S C.. June( IS -For somati"e
I : :t'.. tone, as now const-! provide for such cases, and therefore. i the police during the riots yester- .
i- II i II equipped as is necesn .1 would recommend that an appropriation Mayor. .. thr.:, ins lit- ,''n' r-IgsiIi,, rah' a,' gp"-' I,1 ; :

'! irtit service. be made available for such purposes Street Superintendent's Report. illation as ro what would b*> GovernorMe Ida;. TO-DAY'S MARKET EPORTf j t t

Fire Department. the coming fiscal year I Pensacola Fla., June 17, U III iJ. 'Swemey'5 cows. In politics this I] ;i t

,.Mtof inainta.nin an Public Works. I lIon. C. M. Jones Major, City, veer. In an iLti-rviPw the governor ,i i ihai : I II UV SS.\COL.\stod\\ KXCHANGfa

,I'j' properly equipped fire doi I Sir: I have the honor to !submiti tiouned: positively that hew ;
The method of conducting the af East: G<.\eminent Street
i herewith a of the work
ncrally recognized.: It j report per .iiM! pot stand! for re-election as goi i i I
fairs of a growing; city like ours, must
i -Mtfil with becoming mod- I I formed during the past year in the !I
err.onor would he be a candidate for
be improved from time to time, ''
't 't tn tity is now as effectively I' Department of Public Works, to-wit.: the Tinted States succeed'Mrl I' DATE OF CONVENTIONI KTOCKd.Sugar. .
Mom tire as any other city as experience: may indicate.It Street crosings!'; built, 144; bridges ; senate to

line population in the coun- would be superfluous for me to I built. 23; ; Culverts built 24 ; Plank : a'-.ln He stated that it was his :, Open HI2'h. Low. Cloe.
.. .
I general equipment and call attention at the present tame: to walks laid, 1753 feet; open ditches i .ntf-r'-.Kn: to retire from politics! and ;, .121J27 1253; l261y
ap- the need of better streets. :3925: ; feet d.-\nt his time and ,I Atch.. .. b212 //t.1: bs"j( 521,
ditches ;
.u this department, with the I built. : open repaired attention to his to The Daily News
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i 3':11-1 31P.
The of which : 3y'4 3jVIII
system sewerage weha'E' MI li) feet; 1SOO feet of Hajne street. pmat interests. i ;
nf of the old\ reel
one ..
Wilkesbarre Pa. 15f! 159 l: fP15j1' ,
: June 19.-A >
is. I believe! the best that couldbe I
\ ',u I'h, has been placed in ser- from'right to Gadsden street, gradedand J.. & X..13i1 137'8 ;
1371" 137
had, but it is altogether too limitedfor I I ;
n-.. house No. 5. is in excel- !filled! and gutters laid on both Tred: In Vain Pistol and Poison. |, great deal dissatisfaction. ;; is ex- M.O.PMan .lO4 1OS'a' III/P'; 107';"

., i r. and, the discipline main- Before the present entering size of our such city sides, of the street; number of load;! X. C.. June 18-After telling '. pressed;; by miners today because of 13112 131st 1304 131 i

nil I the personnel of the de- upon permanent of material hauled and( placed upon his mother l'it. Paul.li3 173'; ; 172< 17224
improv*ments as street building 9407 number loads '; goodby over the 'phon the fact that the date of the 4
the of of
i i- goof!. I will state that streets ; |I : special Penn .. .IE21j21.; 151!,! 1511/
and an extension of the sewerage; sys I sand hauled to fill Plaza 4054: number and taking enough laudanum to kill > ... 1
v Mink houses have been es- I ; national conference of the United H. J 6.; : 65Lt Oi'2 64'106i/
nr erected for the use of tern, however it will be necessary to of loads of lumber hauled for buildingand thi*" men. Thomas M Brookshlre shot I i U. P. Mills ll!fi3i 10434'B2 |

: i'fiuent: two of them out of have a complete tonogr.aphical map I repairing crossings and ditches himself! in the office of Long Bros' Mine Workers at Indianapolis;; is set T.C.I.. lit 6t M:

of the city. Without /uch a map work 27 >. Total number of loads hauled. store South C. F. I..
-a\.t'l. principally, by a rigid- on Collie street at 11 j for July 17. 1'1) 13 11t 95 tj
cannot be intelligently or systematically -
m.tal, use of the regular ap- 13,737.In o'clock last night The bullet entered I|,
undertaken I While leaders around the! strikers'
1 grading Ninth avenue, 3J6 tons of
made the
"m for department. the right breast ab&v the lungs but I

terse houses is situated where'Mtion Street Improvements.The sand! have been removed.! All of the did not make a mortal wound. He declaros I headquarters refuse to talk it is NEW YORK COTTON'. j r,

', will Se afforded resit Board cf Public Works has ditches in the city have been cleaner
hp intends to dif by his own i i generally believed that fixing the Open; Hi?h. Low Close! t ;
of one or more times during the | .
t 'he northwestern portion made as many improvements as the year July.--2: kfl)) f4-j bS8 I
I hand, and that he will kill himself I
another one of these is so appropriations to that department have from source to mouth and all sewers. at I date a month hence is an unwise Au ut22! 8U MS H29 i

;':'uated. as to provide similar! prot>c- permitted. The numerous ditches, where required have been cleaned am the first opportunity. )jI jI' move. Sept .. .7J7 lot: 792 SOt t

residents of the northeastern drains and crossings throughout the kept open. The Palafox street sewer I Oct.7t 72 792 791 i

,. "f the city. While the third city were in such a dilapidated condition from the government building to th I Fast Train from Memphis to Denver. i' The entire coal belt is quiet. --- I

.' not really an additional house that it has consumed a very large bay has been thoroughly cleaned am" i South McAlester. I. T., June 18.-It !i President Russell and CHlC.\GO-WIUaT.

department, it is nevertheless portion of the funds applicable to where broken joints have been discovered is stated authoritatively that the | Secretary tOpen. j

idition to the department, street improvements to place them in has been repaired and is nov Choctaw Oklahoma and Gulf I Ryan of the Illinois branch of the H12h. v>w. Cll) e. I
been built for the I open and free. railway i, July.. 72'z 7311 72t'
expressly use (I proper condition, it being absolutely i i miners' ; 731k
will on June 29 inaugurate i organization are expectedhere
a dally
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department, and contains all ,, necessary that these repairs be made r Respectfully submitted ': Sept 7l'4 7214 711x' 72)1) ", i
ni improvement to be desired In before any permanent street improve i J. M. JOHNSON through train service from Memphis, today. CORY i

]I. truck house. In this I I ments are undertaken, in order that I Superintendent of Streets Tenn., to Denver. Colo., a distance of I I

the headquarters of the depart- :I 'he storm water might be turned from i I I 1.235 miles. The new train will ba Open. HIrh.; Low Clo",!!. 'id
II I known as the Denver Flyer and will ,, THE POPE ACCEPTS July. 0012 66 i 65 wi/
Alderman Wm.
Hays city health Sept .... 5jl 5Sa //'jl.i &s4
I I officer submitted the following report make tha trip through IB 43 hours. 'i lfl

LAKEVIEW DAIRY.FRESH i I, the city for census the health: department and of Filthy Temples in India. OUR PROPOSITIONSpecial NAVAL 8TOUK8- MAKKKT.

iI Health Department Report. Sacred cows often defile Indian t Reported Dally for The Newt by

I Pensacola, Fla.. June IS, 1S02.I temples but worse yet is a bodythat's i Union Naval Store Go. ,
poluted by constipation.Don't to The Daily NewsRome :
I To the Mayor and City Council Roar.. !
it. Cleanse

BUTTER EVERY DAY IN ANY QUANTITY. Gentlemen: The undersigned begs tern with permit Dr. King's New yonr Life Pills sys-i June 19.-After consideringthe wvr _... ..... .. ti 1\5 H..... ...._._111\1I j i
submit _.... .._.., ., .,
leave to this his report of the WG s 501 (a 1.' ;
and avoid untold misery. They I report of the committee of cardinals !
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of the Health
PUREST AND BEST MILK IN THE CITY. doings Department, during give lively livers, active bowels I Y __._._ s IIe) E.. ....'. ._._ 1 i j ;
to with
treat Gov-
the past month: ;good digestion fine appetite. Only appointed It ___ 2 f'J D.l xs .

The principal work of the month has 2 i cents atV.. A. I ernor Taft the pope today acceptedthe L-__.. 2 (0o L It. below_ 1 :t8rIani
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been the conclusion of the
sanitary drugstore, 121 S. D'AlemberteS'j
census and the work of the city physi entire American proposition to

R. M. AVERY, Proprietor.PHONE the cian.inspectors An abstract is submitted of the reports herewith of The finest line of sterling silvers I buy the Friars'! lands in the Philip- nets and fishing ,

!goods and silver novelties is tol] be tackle to suit
pines, only desiring minor changesin everybody, at =
411. fonnd at J. I. Stephens'. Prices to I M

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the returns is herewith submitted. / t the third time and adopted: Ordinancefor I, FREEDOM FOR MR8. MAYBRICK.' I is the due system to the of retention t'n ia

II ( MAYOR JONES'FIRST detailed report on each house Inspect protection of owners of licensed ECZEMA or other inflanin A. d

ed. giving name of occupant numberof ,vehicles ordinance governing swing American Woman May B. Pardonedby poisons which fir. :
residents, together with informatior ing signs and ordinance providing for I i '
ij I Iof King Edward. into the blood and are forced by circulation through thi :
i_n water supply, method of disposition the physical examination of applicantsfor way .
I' 1 ANNUAL :;:sewerage and condition of premise positions in the police and fire de- London. June 18.-It U reported that and pores of the skin, causing it to burn like fire, and the 1t1. .\

as to cleanliness, for every house ]son partments. ., King Edward has definitely decided to itching allows no rest night or day. Eczema appears in a great \

file. T he application of A. Riera for per' grant a pardon to Mrs. Florence May different forms, beginning frequently as a mere redness of the slowed

REPORT{ Number of Houses-Frame, 4,649. mission to make a ,small addition to his the coronation. by little blisters or pimples from which a clear or straw ,
t I : increase since last of 12C: house at 20 West Romana street was : brick during matter oozes, forming intos.>t. ,
an year
brick, 416, an increase since last year refused. The pardon if it li granted will! be I SALT RHEUM or scabs ; this is vve-epir ; ..9.

II cf 12; total 3,065. I! Comptroller's Report. !, due entirely to the personal work of commonly called Salt Rheum f'

t Continued from r tr Page. I Sewer connections, Sla, an increase : ,, King Ed'v.'ard. and it may be consider I acid poisons sometimes dry up the natural oils and the skin u '
--- since last of 63. Comptroller Morgan's report was of his appreciation of American : and bleeding and causing
year I submitted follows ed a token hard and dry, often cracking : intense ;j.> .
also the report of t1!.c city physician i Privies, 4,401 an increase since last I as : good will fearful itching. This form of Eczema is known as Tetter, and 't

for the month of May. rear of 137. I Fr.-:-*rrr i.Fla..Jar 19.IHi Efforts to secure the release of Mrs. attacks the hands and feet. Unsightly ei .
\ The condition of the ewer on South Cess pools 137, an Increase since To the Hen Mayor and Council, City of Fen late in the of pimples and blackheadLn ;:s
4 cola. Maj'brick have been redoubled of II TETTER shape ,t
is far fiomatisfactory
Palafox street last of 13.
year I (.1.nIt'DE'n3"o! : Snd ta'.nnent of the face neck and shoulders
pease; that have as a
and there is no doubt they upon re- 4
The city has received oiiuisbion to City water 1,714 an increase since oJ
rt'C"pt! and di-; uraemia's for.the month disease is called .
make private ('connectioc vjth this last year of 475. April, 1!W wrh a d"hlll statement of the had a marked effect on the king. polluted blood and this humiliating A.'n 'i iI

\; tewer upon condition that tile sewer Pump, 3,038 an increase since last ,''expenefor: the Irortha: :*> a comparative"atemeut ft, The case of Mrs. Mabrick has beena remedies afford, but scant relief. The blood and system being satin.4t.
of the t'.iaung! celt on April ) I
disease be reached
j be kept in order year of 334. I>> vu2, and March 31.lyji: cause celebre for years. 6he is an the poison.the cannot with wash

I r. An inspector of the t'nt".1: States White males 4,3'Jl a decrease since: Cash In treasury, Ma'ch 31, American woman born at Mobile Ala : A CRE powders or other local applications. S. S. S rewtl ;8
has lat made i lnoJ: deteriorated blood to its normal condition stimulate ,
\. treasury depattm ; last >(ar of 68. I ,
General: fur.d ..... . ....fJ04 ) examination of the sewer and found White ft.males.I.SlI., an increase' : and lire fund...... ... Hll5i4: Mary died I sluggish organs,and all the waste matter eliminated
It much fault with its condition. He since last year of 76. : st.eet land... .. .... .... .... ;oiH yearg ago her husband through the proper channels. S. S. S. makes the

found that the sewer is often obstructed Colored males, 4.3
,,;ith the result that the cellar! of since last year of 102. t! The rtK-, lpts IfUJ fnr,the arrr monfj as cfApnl I charge of causing his death by poison effects the general health improves and the
overflowed with Colored' 5"62" : increase : She tried in London and convicted I
the custom house is females an ,, follow;: was
sewerage He was about to report at since last year of Ill:!. ]i From license..... .... ...... \':. & on what was generally considered! i skin becomes soft and smooth again.
'From taier.? 6w142 S. S. S. contains no minerals but is guaranteed purely vegetal u
once recommending that all private: Total population S.Sj2. i 1 .. insufficient
Fromtinesandp< und frt' ; \0\03J\J evidence.
(connections be at once cut off. AsJ lj! this enumeration it appears that County road ta i.... I.T ii TMlscel.aneous 1I I Write us if you need medical advice; this will cost :you m>' !'g
...... .... At the trial evidence was adduced book skin diseases sent free.
:2T4 tv- 10,141 iMuling Illustrated on
___ __ ___ __ ___
u --- --
-- to show that Mrs. Maybrick was unfaithful -I
.... .. ...... ..... f e.461r 2 Ii i THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. Atlanta, 6a.
EXHIBIT A. i 1 to her husband, and some one
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The di-lursemetts ere as < ---
Cash in Treasury May 31st. 1001 . . . . .$ 11,391.07 !ollv"' .: has said that the English Jury convicted I SCHOOL SUPPLIES
I 1'en-acola waver"o... ... SJ..Oral her not because she was guiltyof Bit i of Justice for Schley.
Accounts pa)ab:...... .... .... 5.71175E 73175Baarce Washington June 18.-The senate
From Taxes . . . . . . . . . .5,27S.eS I j,I poisoning her husband, but to pun At C, V. Thompt.on'g No ti s 'UII

From Licenses . . . . . .. . . . 22,624.23 : rash in treauryistributed. HI..IfI ish her for being unfaithful. committee on natal affairs has author. Pal(<>x.

From Fines and Pound Fees . . . . . 12.S52.32: I!'This La'xrce' wan Since her conviction! friends have Ized Senator Hale to make a favorable Besides the standard ln!'"-

From County Road Tax . . . . . . . 3.S7S.4 !'i General a3fuanwa fund: ..., .... .. ....2'' J 17 v7 worked unceasingly; to secure her release I report upon Senator McComas' bill tionery we have in tiutw

' From Miscellaneous .. . . .. . . . !b4.97-f 120,63021 i, I'oliteand fund.lire fund ...... ...... :7'.J"trrrt her mother. Baroness aRoqu givIngdmlral Schley the full pay of velopes to match :
I lot 4:1Iunrrstandsinkingutit
The disbursements were as MIows" : d41'iP1-41,;:61:7 being especially active in her daugh 1 rear admiral on the' active list o! Royal Crystal Bond.

Accounts Pa>'able . . . . .. . .. . .$ 75,010.02 | EM-F.Xst* APRIL IWi: ter's behalf the na\y. As a retired officer he now Hurd's Holland Bond.
Interest on Bonded Debt: . . . .... . . 13.S71.00 I Ladies' Art !.Stationery.
j cl Public' three
Department: ty- only fourths of the
Additions to Personal Property . .. . . . !540.00 ,| Police 1'rotefu: Old residents of Macon remember pay Foreign Mail, Etc

I Bills Payable . . . . . .. . . . 2.:.:;: I i ,aanp3
Pound Feet IU funded . . . .. . . . 11.73; $ Sft! 471.12 and 1.0liN..... ...... ... ..tI, <34istanuii ing been in that city during the war I The hill was amended by the committee '|, plies, Memoranauui Book- *-
... .
house <*jLjiiftp5. l b6u when her the wife of so as to eliminate the prf'amble' All new and tn'jrht.Rulberhose; .
l'atro.t'ln"I'& .. .. ... 1.'SSUUJ50 mother then a
P.alanc.. Cash in Treasury May 31, IS'02: . . $ 31,19.90: : ri-fiicr jin-oner''. ... ..... confederate officer left Mobile after Its I reciting that the admiral was in absolute --
.. .. .
tlk: '.und ftl/fll:! Ilucldpn'.al Tr all ,
EXHIBIT B. Rents..... ...... ...... ....... 254) capture by the federals. I command of the American forces si : lIT
fipen-ta...... Is uo; -i J.-;;"! 20 : at the time of the battle with Cer-
Expenses May 31: lf'01. to May 31, t'J! ::. < I II the Willis Hardware r'
; of Public Fire I'Mtwitum: I to Asthma Sufferers. I ,"erl'I:1't off Sr.tiago. I II
Department Safety-Police Protection. *.alan-sChtffaat!explores.i7H) : Interesting
Salaries of Marshal, Deputy and Police . . .$ ]15, ';;).6Ij Telegraph a'srm: rt-newaN, Daniel Baute of Otterville, Iowa, You will have pride in :, \T
Station House Expanses .. . . .. . . . 1 r2S.61: I rt-jjair-aiidfXiH'i.-p-:! ....'ut I On the fint indication or kidney I flower gardens if they are

Patrol Expenses .. .. .. . . . . . . 1,534.,;; : and macbinery.rffcwa' ....... 34S> writes : "I have had asthma for i: trouble, atop it by taken? Koley'sI I own ground. Your tiii-baiid I
inJ 4Kmt
Feeding PriMtmrs . . . . .. . . . 1.S.0).0'} of -true; repairs end eYginrhollas. three or four years and have tried J I Kidney Cur.V.. A. D'Alemberte, a home and he can do it w

Stock Pound, EXI.nsps . . . .. . . . 511.:::) : .... ...... .... .. .... wnn! about all the cough and asthma: 121 :'. Pallf,)". I lI though he may think ot w
... .. .....
Rents . . . . . . . . . . . 3230 Incidi'Etuli-xi.fns\\atl'rrt'nt. .i, .... ..... 1.T.I47ChanUes 71"'m)- 2V71 42 cures in the market and have received -I Every woman want a hum
1 t Incidental Expenses . . . . .. . . . 150.70;; -$ 21,719.79:: : treatment from physician* own:and if she will have a Cast w
; Fire Protection. "a'ane! iihjbiclanS.ard.Witm in Sew York and other cities I II Thus. C. Watson & Co..

i H-Si'al! ... ... 31 :S15S5 but got very little benefit until leading Real Estate Agent .
Salaries of Chief and Employees .. . . . .$ .1S.13 j exin-t. .
:'racu4ra...... .... .... ... .. I tried Foley's Honey and can show her how it ,
Telegraph Alarm-Renewals and Repairs . . 'Ji'3.02( ; tare if laul''r....... .. .... 2 7.5W'<5 Tar which gave me immediate nil signature is on every box: cf the gecaine one. easy i
Rent of Truck and Engine Houses . . . . 75x.00Water : :. Total Iteit. of 1'ubiSCaf.. b ",Hi-li relief and I will never be ,UxativeBrorao= !JlfII1CTableta

Rent . . . ... . ... . . . s,:x5sd3: I'rpt. of l'ubhc'orlli: without it in my hou*e. I sincerely i tie reutody tut cure m cold in tiDe daJ.I .
Apparatus and Iahinery-ltnewals Repairs . 17.11:; trerts, ...... .... .... 13t 75 recommend it to all." W. A. D'AI- I Buy a new garden' .ae "

Incidental Expenses . . . . .. . . . 2.1.ljO.g3.H''' reel*,clranirj g.. .... ... :.W50vrett embeite, 121! B. Palafox. : BANNER 1
-treetllLt11.g ... ....... 'lIU SALVE from the Willis Hardware .
Charities ... .. ,
-. Jjran: ff aa:3 'I'b filet..
the most healing salve In Uv world
Salary of Physician . . . . . . . .$ Cf'0.00Hospital Cruea3ugandsldrwaka repairs.... .rent'Jl.a..and 12ri50! \ Poor \Voman-Ah your ladyship, the i < Company.BOYS i

E\peiises\ . . . . .. . . . 373.00; sewers, repairs .... .... .... Jo\ Solenses \ery: serious! ilbps of my husband has ,,
) Medicines . . . . . . .. . . . 209C3:;: ;: c'!..anii. and tiuhll consumed little and no "ou lsh to make little. a 1
; ...... ...... .. ... .... .... dUooGllrha our all. we are pen and GIRLS I
Transportation of Paupers . . . . . . li.t;::! K nil money dining spare moiiit-ia. !r rinE
ss .
", leuioval and It:! so. can
I Care of Paupers . . . . .. . . . 9.SO-$ I,272n7: pnat...... ...... .... .... .... H 0U J.atly-Dl'ar. dear! How could our( Blueine.. to per fmt, commil ion on all An indispensable readilydo hOt Brtn b\ ,
.. your bnu'fbnla U-. J-.Trrv lady is when .
Pub'ic! building delighted they ere II One tbt-ft makes for :
: ..... ...... .... .... ht1 t.III(1 be thriftless Blup-"altr Her used mine 9oadl. Write ,
eilK-n-ef.: 17 :9 so as to pet ill so you today before jour territory Ie take:. .'
j J Total Department of Public Safety . . .. $ 43,40127Department .
.. i sums .1.t'.lInd we will send ,
our return "
H rre>.('art- aut"je.r..nt., mach beyond his ? London I by mail one dozen packages of "Blu"nt
means Tit-
of Public Works. : reiairaandeiprc ..... 22"0 W hen you have bold them return us Mr., retaining the balance, 4Ur, as ywur it'. ..
,1 Feed lor sttik...... ...... .... I-J3J Hits. Ion Do not delay, but w rite at one
.!. Streets. Repairs . . . . . . . . .$ 3.01S.6J JJarkjaiiruar: .-s... ...... h.W .\dllr,.".., iljt; X ,l.l%: t'Pat .IlltlNG ( (1. Drpr. C IH lUn i>... I'hila I'a

Streets, Cleaning! . . . .. . . . . C3S.13 Total J"IL.l ubilc \\olk 141017Pejt. Connlclpritte.Ared .

f. Streets, Liphtini!; . . . . .. . . . 4,50021 Criminal (who has just pot a

Streets, Dramas f' . . . . . . . . 1,481.3:* : Gl'n'l Expenses: : life 'f-lJtt'lJl't'I-OI1) me lud I shall never STANDARD \mm\' {
Crossings and ::; Sidewalks Renewal and, Repairs . 1,7S!'C7 ;s>alaru 9 of general iHicers 11.550 live: to do it!

; :Seweis, It.'pairs . . . . .. . . . 459.0:; : Int"r..H ...... .. .... ......... .-701107)W

is;J Sewers Cbaning and Flushing . .. . . . 373.00:; stanrn>|MllufiurUtal
i, Oailia Removal ami Disposal. . . .. . . 1,>!&:'J.OO I/ : til'Il>'.'!!.... 11364Total per

Public Hinltlings, Repairs and, Expenses . . . 52443:! ;i.t i. -
l'-iit.f;l'nl Expenses: 1,$-4 IfI TEN YEARS IN BED.
Horses Carts and Tools, Renewal and Repairs and [ l"fpt. ..f Health: I ]{ is distilled at the XeNon Cn
Expenses . . . . . .. . . . 1,013.00:: : :i-4;nut uf Iii prctora. .. .... 1.'U 'U) R. A. Gray, J. P., Oakville Ind.. ', and is fully matured m wo o
Feed of Stock . . . . . .. . . . !S43.33: : i,luculcn'al fnin-c'e?.... .. JII'II write : "For ten year I was con -. it is absolutely and not ex'
Stationerj . . . . . . . . . 11.00 I Total lirparlmrDtuf Health.To'al 1.'v I fined to my bed with disease of the t hy any Whi-key of the same agi

Incidental Expenses . . . . .. . . .. 18.00 exinse April, KniJCOMP1BAT1VE .... v.oa13 kidneys. It was so severe that I jROYAL where produced. The Royal Htandmn

Pals and quarts:; . . . . .. . . . .. !914.43 1 17,52S.17 : < fcTHEVUM nf FICIiTIM. UBI.ItfU.E. : could not move part of the time. I i old when bottled, and, con idefl!...
.A .. Itriij. I|I con-ulted the verybest medical quality: ii the cheapest whiskey I

Total Department of Public Works . . $ C0,09.41! !Outetaudngscrip..41.218W lu'.rrctton landed ilttt: 11165u 41.1bW 1.414501 i I kill uutil available Fnley': but KiJney could get Cure no relief at that price. As a beverage, and .i-. .

Department of General Expenses. :1'.n"lIcol" \\at..HI.... 1.4403! 35't wan pure stimulant, there i i- none btti
..... 11:1'' recommended to m<>. It ha" been a
-nt-neola dna t'o. M>frb is W tW : cases containing marks whatev
Salaries of General Officers . . . . . .$ 5,733.23: :' :Mills payabl- .... ... .... H.5W 110 14:AKI 51') ': God'Hiui to Ine.V.. A. D'Alem- no r t< J
'*. If
Insurame . . . . . . .. . . . 21.S; I Accounts jajable. 5:14 54: ;>.::1:12-< berte. 121 South Palafux.Foley's is purchaser upon examine :
not sati-fied with the
Intt'rt. . . . . . . . . . . 1,441.3'J i -;j3tJ -HI.2H6TAIEMESTOF the same at our and quality 111111"\

r Legal Expenses' . . . . . . . . . 9yO,(M) TAX (OLLltTInN-. I expen

tttatiunry . . . . . . .. . . . 535.33; i ;Balance uDe'ulin-.ed Honey and Tar should be accompanied by eit --:

i Incidental Expenses . . . . . . . 1,951'7; i; l!'<'i .S-2.1'4 1010 No opiates. 1IGBTYLARi0LD currency, postoilice order bank draft
I I money or "i
Total of General . . (CuliC' 'partnierjt Exlwnses
i -$ 10,610.28 + c 7- preys money order. \Ve refer to First Xatui. ..
1 Department of Health. uneollf'-tf Apr. I 1\lIuwu.tUY. M Bank or any merchant in I'ensacola. J
*S15,4..1 7 i A 1
Salaries of inspectors . . . . . . . .$ l,4::!.0') ': 10.11102.Allot which la respectfully .uliuiti-il. I; The undersigned takes this method

( Incidental Expenses. . . . . .. . . .. ? 503.S3: e,>A.(. T. )IOh.f\S. of offering her services as a L.i: S. A.

Total I epaitment of Health . .. . . . _j 1.023: S > t om I>t/UU..r. j !flrt-clas9 licensed midwife, haying FRIEDMAN,

.r"J:"" 1 M'- .., On motion it was ordered that hereafter had 35 years experience.Can ) 1

'" Total . . . . . . .. . . . ?!: 73)33, .:->7 j: the council meet at 7 o'clock. :I leading give physicians best of references of this city.from -'v SOLE PROPRIETOR, PENSACOLA, FLA.

t all South Palafux :tre<'t, from the custom the population as found by the inspectors i The rouncjl then adjourned. MKS. M. OIDDEXS, ;
lltf egg I1 O HOX 4IK. TILKIMIOM: tin;
IMHouthDeVilliersSt.DR. ,
house to the bay is s(.rn'd by this hrs remained practically un- s j jIJIrI
tower such action would have obliged ,: clanged Fever. a.w1..n

l the city\ to build a new ewer at once I'I Of the houses inspected 143: are new, Spring for KING'S q1 c ra handle every class of Liquor* -. 'r 11J !

I The health! ortiter Promised that the sti'IK turns and! 43] were found unoctu- spring fever \* another name bulk or bottle wholesale or retail, at prn, : .1
natter0111,1 I'at once attended tcI 1'K'il. Hf':pwtfuIK' :submitted biliou-ne-s. It it more seriou; than TRY NEW DISCOVERYFOR are way down.
mo*t people think A torpid
and all can"' of complaint WM.: HAVS.
t; and inactive! bowel mean: a poison AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER.WICKE .
;. Vpon the faith nf this\ n.mwl"t.1 Oh Health Officer. \eJ-ystem. If neglected >>erioii9 ill THAT COLD.

1 jirt bas \\i....n withheld:: until! City Physician's Report ,ne''; may fflll.'uch symptoms. ; TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.

<.11] could take al tiun. I I'rnsaeula Fla, June 1. ISO.Oapt. -'. DeWitt' Little Early Risers remove j

It is> thiiitoie.1 re-c(> iinit>ntthat! a Wm Hajs. Chairman Public 'all danger by stimulating the liver, Cures Consumption.Coughs & CO.

mfflcifiit ai,propnation \be at once : Health Committte, ,t'peningthe boeland cleansingthe Cold Bronchitis Asthma

t granted. anti that the woik of repa.r- !' 1),'ar Sir; 1 beg to sulimt herewith ->.tern of impuritie-. Safe pilN.N"ev ,

leg the ssewer IIP at once undertakerand j' lily report for the month of flay: just r anpf. "I have taken De- PneumoniaJIayFeve Plumber Gas and Steam fitter

rushed to completion. ( passed: Witt e. Little Early Jlirs for torpid risy, LaGrippe, Hoarseness, ,

To build a new M ser would cost UeMdenee ,visits medical . . ". liver every spring.)r year"," write* Sore Throat
more than to repair the present pipe Office visits medical p R.\1. i\erly, MounJ-ville.: W. Va. Croup '
No. i
A new sewer on the grade of the Ares Office \visits. surgical! 4 "They do me m<>re good than any Whooping Cough.NO Palafox ? tr cat.
tilt would be of no value! as a part of Police station, medical r thins t haveer tried." 11trgi i"Piiarmicy. i"-' All Kinds 01 Plumbing and Ua Fittings Mss." 'ai- Cflpt on Hat rSU

the propo-i"l complete sewer s-ystem Police !station surgical . . 2 John Sheppard Mdaey CURE. NO PAY. "KI/KPHOrlK fC'VW+ :1 3taA
and would lie a dead loss when a complete St. Anthony's Hospital, medical f.Total Kahn. Price 50c. and $1. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE. ,

sjbtcm is -umlcrtaktn 1 7 WEEKLY HCIIEOL: LI i:4:: Ar

The health of the city continues to Number of eases treated at has- lR
1 e atisfactnry' Th.'re'are still some 1 % #

Jtolatetl cases vanoloid, but so fat Number of days beds used . f : ELECTKICTKKMn .
; ,. ..
V .1.1 K
jo new ease has originated from any Your truly! nil eignetere l Ii en every bcx f f the genuine: RAILWAY COM PANT.
cases under the care of the health aut J. HARRIS PII.RPONT. Laxative Bromo-QuinincT IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
hornier. City Phvsinan Trains leave Feceacola for the Litti
RoJpiHttully submitted. 'be remedy that rrr It s coM la one day.Foley's Bayou, Biz Hnyou. W rrlngtoQ, navy Y.rand .
Fort Barrancas at
k \VM. H.\YS. Other Business. HARDWARE.
Health Offic'r.Sanitary I Chairman Green of the 1\:801> a.m.arrive at Fort Karranc r:15a.r
City fran.
Honey and Tar IU-uUa m arrive at Barranca lOaD ..J:
repotted on the al'Ilic'at'11' 1:00 p.m.arrive at hort Barrancn l:4fipc
Census. I Hof W. L. \\ ttit-h et al. for certain cures colds. prevents pneumonia. 8.:*) p. m. arrive rort Barranca 4:18 p n Iron, Sail, Axes. Kho\l I*. law M ..<\ s.ftmbontrupplies

Pensaiola June J3. 1902.! I water front pnuloeres in the operation "8:00 arrive at Fort Barrancas Karrancat elap.n!:oflp c : : Cooking; and Heatim ...-.v..*. faint OiU

Office of the City Hea'th: Offieer. of a claim rwimmeiHlm:: tha' no a. --- Trains 'ene Fort Karrancai for Fame : Window Olas, Gun. PiStols :. : c, ''II Pn-kle.:

To the Mayor and Cm (Coum il!. ''tion, lit'I taken until the 'i1ha* rt.rived We wi'l laanderyour spreads for cola at

The sanitary ieiiMis of the I it\ has ', ( l the d!,'(.Is (rum the wets i ' to cents each and make them look 7:15 a.m. arrive at Pensacola. ._.. q:00 I. D Agate and Tinware ana Houvfl'ii-iiishin! (Jooils.AGENiS ;.
i-oniplttid. ,\n abstract oft couimi-- "ion. like uw Stir LaundrrPENNYROYATPILLS II?*) p m. arrive at p.n ;'
1O1I'n I Mdcrman Hanffpi', iuo p.m.arrive at Penaaeola.N, i-.u p.r.5e05a !$" : FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL, COMi'AXVTORevere
j ]
: a I. -":-t"I'! ; m arrive at Hcngacola., ... S:ti p a
A Real Friend"I for the apoiimtment of a mm.ttf 7.0' p m. arrive at Peneacola_ T.iip, Giant Stitched Reltin Northampton Emery
i Viand an opinion from the citv a'torno' wa5: p. m arrive at Peoiacola_ Ian: a. r Wheel Co., Liftin & Rand Powder! Co.. Johnson's Kilomme. -
utTered from dpt'pi.and i indigestion i upon the present system nf t-atii.f.'r'! : Vi'.nrdays only Iron King and Buck Stoves and Ranges Wm

for fifteen yearay" \\'. jm forte on the street car lines th- 'y- IW4F" ......,_.. 1."Ieo. ....trnnKX.LIMI. fARI FOR WEEK DATE.P t.up; & Co: Raw Hide Li.cLether, Masury's
Fort flarranM
i >ntaeoa to and
Oak* X. t"After \ object being to > 'iC-4. "r CHIC lit,>T .K's it Made Railroad Color.
T. Sturdf'V.uit: of Merry ; ; determine wh.'th.M nrnot > KI I> aI t.ol.1 ..<>_,. >.,.. Pen!acoU to Navy 1 and and return_ INPeniaoola
I had tried man'yo doctors and the transfer -\:'um is in a" '>ramp ': -:4': = l.kf....,h... If.f.M.(.< to Palmetto Beach and return lit
.......... .. Masonic Temple.
avail one of r.ufr wrh i the framing n ah.tltatl.n.and Iralu !C9DAT 1CH1DCDE. Pensacola Fla
medicines to no und 'r wh: h i ,Ie."r .' ;'.. :'-./.i.iM ..i'4e. 'i I ,
'ends rt>r.tltlhl met Ttry J\() 101. the rompanj is operatine Thf r.'s( ..Ia.:'!.+ktllrf!fat.rt.I,..:,,.... Tr.fmu.Ull. when weather permits the tanning o -"
Jt irave inmudiate relief. I can eat lut'on was; adept d 1. Z-f .. .likll. Ill IM.I '-.t1= _,utu!,.' j n't 1' open cortcbts. '
almo anvthin : I want now and inv Th follow inc oi-'linanrps 7 d.ew r .I alrh..t.r. :.h X1 ra. Level Pentacola LT Fort Barranea'
; w 'r.' '
T< a< r. v t v a. m. 10 a. m. W. B.1 WRIGHT>> COmpany
I I _
y digestion f ieood. cheerfully 11 a. m. 11 m F--'fr.f ,
recommend Kodol" Don't try torure WARNING.! 1 p.m. Ip m
touuch tronbl" by dierip?. It hive '4 CURE YOURSELF I Ip. a: \ l
: !
kidney or bladder\ Ip.m MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
weaken the s (tuna Crw Bleb fer nenatcralMlwadua p.m \
further I
Thitnnlv 1 trouble and doi not lire d.arhar? elntammatione. .p.m pap. .A -- --- b
tem. You need whol*>"oiiie. trensth- Ge.r.ea.d imtatitjBf cc nl.rratiuoa ( aa, 6pm
cuing: rIo(1. l\. d'JI pnabl you to i''ney Cure you will h.p' only \"ouri r.t u imngn. cf mucous m oonne.. I p. m. Tp.m r- -M. LUMBER LATHS
I rrrrtus c.a apoa. l'aialc, and nt aitn9as ,
a*+iinilati whit you eat by i'i,'eting 1 i *elf to bl tme for re-ult*. i- jt po3i. "i .sCi.tyrJiCo. seotcrpouu PARE rOB STSDAI ,
eniaeolato )rt Baruc.. '
it withou the -tnriac'i'- aid. I 1'ti\.I\ cure* all form of ki tnf'\ and 'sc,wAr 0 fora by Dr gglhil, lard and morn_,__Airy__ neiaoola ill a '
HarjtiV l"i-! rnncy. John Slm rpu,1, bladder di'e'p*. W. A. D'.\lfirberte r.s. or bf Gent in ,pl ia!i wrapper, to Palmetto Much and : # SAWED CYP E SS ihGiFS- rirWil; r !
, Kiduey Kahn. 111: -> P4lifox. ,LO,,.r 3 l otita, K -'Drn._______ 11 I "
. : Irca iM awe va reOctit 1 No freight received after 1:11 p. m. -;: PES \COJ.A. FLA.


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Failure 1' 11
Napoleon's .
OHEMIIlN Isthmian Canal Question Laid Before .
the Body I '; i iTo 1 I Ir

King of all Bottled Beers." Brewed from Bohemian Hops Washington, June IS.-When ths! I win tbe Battle of Waterloo was dne to his stomach. In his youth i.s,'1

SOLD EVERYWHERE. senate convened today at 11 o'clock i Napoleon's digestion was perfect. In later life he suffered from dyer t it If,
pepbia: and indigestion and finally died of O''
.... Mr. Allison called up the house resolu-! ,
-- Hon providing that the conference 1 i! J CANCER OF THE STOMACH. :
aria Route May Win. I committee on the sundry civil appr.opriation I When his stomach (failed Xapoleon's fortunes declined. Historian! '

IIC.P IS in FIFTH SUNDAY bill be authorized.A I _. say he lost the Battle of Waterloo because something) he ate the nigh'I I "$
beforeydisaereed with him so seriously as to render him incapable of '
wctntrsy: over tin i i bill to .
restore; to the active list oZ
properly directing his army. In Xapoleon's time there was ni .
.\\-Aa pra< tically O\'t'r\\ : the navy Surgeon John Walton Ross known remedy for chronic stomach trouble. To-day a certain curt
\-, .:.inslse rn the eyosa as medical director was passed.A ; exists in such a remedy asKODOL I i
: :,lit there is no lark t .
offered several days DYSPEPSIA CURE, ,

"' 'lir trailers! of both allies MEETING :; ago by Mr. Carmack directing the civil T ). Which by digesting what you eat keeps the body properly nourished rand

IJIf-o\'t'rsy. Careful poll service committee to inquire into the d I at the aame time gives the stomach a chance to rest. The process ; !

.di. and the! few senators -- !. discharge from the war department of c 1' of digestion is due to the action on the food of the saliva, gastric t J;
juices, and pancreatin, a secretion of the intestinal tract. If of"
a"'d the
i on doubtful list : any
Miss Rebecra
s. The fifth Sunday; meeting of the J. Taylor for the publication :
these elements is Kodol
are lacking perfect digestion impossible. ,
tcued with by both sides.
i: Ii! Elite Association will be held with of articles in the newspapers Dyspepsia Cure contains them all in exact proportion and consequently t :"f
- i senators seem to hold
I' criticising the president was; called up, performs the process of digestion as well as the na .1ralstomach. It .

power and nobody can the Pleasant Hill Church June .7"I and Mr. Carnack addressed the senav l is the ONLY preparation which contains them ALL and therefore the 1 ,

'aiiity where they will I in support of the resolution. He intimated only one which digests
:t ht Careful estimates 23 and 2Tt.e\ program will be as I
r' ALL
I that she was discharged "be. CLASSES OF FOOD.

.. u :w! a rout1 tn. advantage follows : cause she took the wrong side of the You don't have to diet. Don't overload the stomach. Don't eat tM t

'1\ six votes but none Philippine!
ar., absolutely certain. JUNE 27TH. I tration point of \i iv.." Dyspepsia Cure will: digest what you eat. Thus the body will be sus- I
tained. Meantime the stomach will be resting. This rest will soon

h p. m.-Preaching by Rev. J. H. At the conclusion of Mr. Carmack'a "1 tm sixty-nine years oM and have lived here restore it to health. Xapoleon's case illustrates the fact that people ?: '
Leads Them All- remarks the isthmian canal questionwas art tty life" write W, H. Bowen from Mantua with weak stomachs often fail in a crisis. The moment a man's ,
beats all Me\nally.\ O. "1 was in the general merchandise business is attacked his mental itsustained i
saute tough Cure I, laid! before the senate. here for twenty-five yean. For yean I was stomach powers are curtailed. The body .
Ill-nit" 1 ever tried fort JUNE 28TH. Mr. J.mcs. of ArJ.ansaIwllevpd it ; troubled with dyspepsia and indigestion. I by the food we eat. The stomach distributes it to the'an.- _
tried everything but received little benefit until ous parts of the body. Sometimes the stomach fails to digest the i iI
t- croup and throat and i j to be the duty of e\':>ry senator to vote i iI took Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. I can say truly food put into it. Then the work, of distribution is interrupted tho
1J u. LI.-Called to order by the the bill that it if the best remedy for dyspepsia ever put t
-ays'lItt Curriu' I i I for canal I at the best location I In a bottle. I can eat anything I want now and body left without nourishment. This amounts to complete or partialstarvation.

1'a One :Minute Cough I chairman ; -ou; No. 101( in Gospel i i lie lavored the Panama route bat''i have recommended it to a number of friends" You can't expect much of I

y-afe; l I! woul: 1 not vote fo: it If tlll'rp'I:';(, who report the ume good results in every case. A STARVINC MAN OR WOMAN.Kodol .
' absolutely hyiiiu ; !Loth p-alm and prayer by :
tit which act immedi'i i!, :any loa'it: of tl.e C'.id faith! of the of 1 Dyspepsia Cure cures the worst cases of stomach trouble. If you have simply an occasional functional derangement '1

: everywhere testify Dr. 1). C. Bursou. I, fcr. with belching. fulness or sour rising after meals a teaspoonful of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will set yon

: ,' has done their little lo:2o\ a. m.-(Jailing; the roll of i right at once. It never fails. .

,i- --u-ideii in its at- VOLUNTARY WAGE INCREASE. !' KNOW ITS MERITS. J

: doctor often arrives churches and hearing; report from _______ I i "nirtsg been great jaTerer! from IlI lg..tlOD'0! j relu'.tang evlli f>r "I hat tomwh trouble al! my ll?.."MVS Pmprle tor Edw Mehler. of l f,
i Is: yitld-s at once to One I I I ; year* ani being unable to obtain permanent relkf. I rejlinl to try the tuba Uoitllnrf Works. Ill; Parade M Krle. J.... "and hare tried
each.: Eight Thousand Steel 1 Works Get Sub KodoIIJrppp.l.! LUfe." says Fuitmaiter K. 11. Banda.I.of Uuul p, alt UQ>li of remedies. cuntuiteil several d\ICtoJu.nd ipeot coniMeriSU
: iI j
..Il: :>l Cure. to H. "Hrfor I Hal mM one bottle I knew bal found what 1 hat Inn" money tryln to net a moment's peace. Finally 1 read of Kodul liftprp
,|i'"i like it. Sure cure 11 a. m.-The work of the Htly i I staritial: Raise. bokedWr. After a few bottle 1 was cured of in;.Ile that .U Cure an,1 bxurfht a trial bottle. I have used leveral now ant I :
II IIi I had not been free from for more than tea years Im better today can say with the greatest latlnfartlon that I never found lu equal (u( '
'n ''iiti., couth: Har.ri: Spirit! in the Churcte?, by Rev. W. i Washington! .lime IS.-Jones & lhaula yeas,and con.I I saw Ua.a of lire." I
J..IIU Hi'-ppiird SidneyFOley's Laimhln. iron and itfel maniifactur ;
15. Moritz :llld otl -rs. Prepared by E.DtWltt a Co.,Chicago. Thi $1.00 Battle contains' 24 times u much (by actual meiiuramint) n the trial size
ers. Lave vohiuarily advanced<< the j I which sells lor 50 cents. I

Cure 11:45 a. us.-Has the church any wages: of all their employes excepting': DIGESTS WHAT
scriptural right; by which to governits the tonnage mm. The increase affects YOU EAT. ,I
cukes kidney acJ bladder right I. I : t
over s.ono men and the increase will ---- :1.
member.-? Hev. J. L.
By Bryars 'I :
II ort'rs.WllC1. Appalled.Doctor DR.MOFFErns (Cures Cholera-Infaalan> f

and other-. I are paid $1 35 will in the future rej i -I am slightly in doubt as to j ),i jtt I Diarrhoea.D ysentery,anj : ,

v Je ice, at the Willis 12:30: -Recess; for dinner. j ceive $1.50 a day.! | whether yours is a constitutional! disease the Bowel Troublci of

'i Co.'s. I II or not.PatientFor. '_ Children of Any Agi. ,
li'l! are The furnace employes of the Carne- 1yBU
tl Devotional | :
I : ) p. n: : exercises fail (Aids Digestion. Regulates
heaven's sake, doctor, ,
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ale Steel have
company been advancerduring ; LtTFIIN6.P0YVGER3
n "-t line of umbrellas in the eJ! by Jesse Jordan. I the l'aetepk and it is understood have I got to go to the expense of appealing uAQ16 the Bowels, Strengthens .
I the Child and Makes
I. Go look the United StUes : CjC Costs Only 25 cents at Druggists
J. Stephens' to
1:55; p. m.-Has: a Millenary Bap- that all the day laborers in the I supreme ; TEETHING EASY'

I, tbt church : mills of this company will he treated .court to find out whether it is or not?- 30r mail 23 teats to C. J. MOFFETT. M. D, ST. LOUIS. MO.
- scriptural to
a right retain -
- Richmond Dispatch. ('OlUIll6ulI, (i"., ."u" x'1, .11. .
!In a similar manner as those employ.i DR. f'. J. lOE'FITT-JPlu' Dnrtor: H> gave tlourTIITII'Tf'dhll'l1
.:..:..V N>' -WV >r-W-<>r-i' W v-w-w-. members in full fellowship who j ed by the Jones and Lau ;hlins. The i No good health uule"* the kidneysare loirilem) to our little grand child with the happiest result The effects

PUBLICITY FOR oppose supporting mission work 1 advances hate bran wholly on account II \ sound. Foley's Kidney Cure"f'.'.magical, and YourMferu eertainlysore truly,satiajactorv "wllt'rlll...anuthiiitere KEY, t
makes the kidneys rijrht.; W. A. I Purr< llishot' Southern JtethwUtt Church.) Pastor of fit Paul Church
By Rev. A. S. J. Countryman. j I of the general prosperous condition oli I *
D Alemberte,12l r':;. Palafox.
: THE PEOPLE. i i the steel trade and the increased
3 p. m.-Has: the church the right C'ara'j TABLE.
ing power of the plants.
to retain members who buy, sell,
I :CWor 1l.o'oto! Ion a Cent, I

'; ana Eery Word is Head work and ride on trains on the i Sabbath Ready to Yield. The Beer LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
KM \ EtcrboJy. ? By Rev- J. L. Bryars, J. H. "I used DeWitt's Witch -

. -- --+ :Salve 1 for piles and found it a certain New Orleans and Mobile.
=:= =
McAnally, B. H. Skinner, I. Spence; That Made 1 -- -- -- _
\1"1.TO LENI cure" siys K.: R. Meredith, Willow ; --I:: .I
.. J. L. Taylor A. M. Lowery. J. E. Grove, Del. Operations unnecessary; :-0... .'0._.. No.8. No.l. No .u. ..
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T 12:1; Leave.... ?.na4eola..Arrive 5:011 )
: m 11:1p a 4i p 11:1)0) p j
I houit-hoM furni.1:11 Holley, A. i S.; J. Countryman. J. T. to cure pile*. They always yield to 1 ":0.\: \ 2'i P'i' l.iij a Leave_.... Klnmaton .._ Leave tai a iJ p 7:25 p !!rl i
P'N* all kinds of ppr- DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve. Curesi 11- 4"p I ?:;..i a Leave _. Mobile ? Leave 12:5in't! 12'15 n 5:00) p ''r t"
..I I.-.asps.> ., tuplytuA.A.F'uher n' easy 4trietrst. Fillingim, J. W. Bay and others. i akin diseases, all kind of wounds. D9NNNSZ I S SSR rAM OOSVICTORIA U --.-. --.-'-a:-;;-P -7:$-i-a ..I'aSf'W_ _iirlenns Leave '4:15io__ __7.n; a i|. (

.' counterfeits. Hargis' )
Pnln! t -t,- -i. 5 mAdjourn.. j Accept no North. ,
p. ,
:' Pharmacy, John Sheppard; Sidney

M \ l"l.r.N: !) on improvfa real l es- 7:45; p. m.-:-oug and prayer serviceled ,[ Kahn -1- "0, t. No. .. i So. 1 No. I. I
'" :: lar H or ,mall amount* HI low 117155pm t2tipm Leave..... l'.no&cola.. Arrive71apm 5:0)am
'II-l.! .,t. fall on Lsii 10;. Krooki. by L. C. Bowman. R1thtway dn am d:57 p m .Hnv!! .. 9IontomrryCrave 11:15 am 11:8. pm i :
at II.*, _III', :0>. I'Hlntoi Mt, hi-bur a' 11:5:. a 11l 97'$ pmrnvt! .. 1I1ruunKh81D ...J..ave !!:1j a m tlIpm I''i
MM .4 3mlm s p. m.-Hearing; reports of our %ud looked a speedy iud otcou Ju and colds T7tipm :JliI Ii IU Arrive .....Nabville..Lrave .. m_ .
I The who his own home i' 2)0 am ;:11 a m Arrive: .... r.oU18vllle _..._r.8ve 11:15 II m t.S a 00 m
H J.V.. and man owns
uniouury. ?v. Day
; MADE BY ACME BREWING CO. 7: 'lam 11:5Ja IUrnv ._...l.lnclDnatl..I..a\'e :Ipm 1I:15pm
TtUAUoyoa: need ? lots of i
money himself
insures against
i:: t'Q In I::)l1 n Inrriv 81. Louts ..Lean" 4:1 pm 9:55 p m :
u caa borrow any amount you want dUcus-ion l all.
by --
trouble and worry. Nobody canraie IJKSf: 10-CEXT BOTII.E HKIUS *
in ra-iiest terms and lowt-at rots PENSACOLA AND RIVER-JUNCTION. (
r" i' niproved city real 9 p. m.-Adjouru. his rent and the rent day ha IS TOWN.DA.NNHEISSER. '
from Wm. Fisher, SWj South Iala- no terrors for him. It's easy to own "0. 21-0ally No. a-DIily i No stop where time not shown No. 8-Dally No, :t-DaIl1: l 11
'! In-tt home uow-a-days. TllOS. C. : --- _
f a --
- -- -- tell how 11:55 p Dl 1.1 a m 'Lt''VI' .. P..niacoill.rrl'e IIJ: .) pm I\SI:
pm ,
: Watson & Co. can you .. .... ....... "
T ""I WANT TO BORROW MONEY I II. 12:1 night 7-\:1" lob"Dlla ItlJ7": 5 tol 'I
it is. Jail ana see them. AGENTS: HKTHE CELEBRATED ....., Ytilestra ...... "
1 "i money, Insure your property, pro- :9 a, m.-Sons and prayer serviceled i I easy 11:1') 7:1 10:3. i bol "
abstract of title, buy or sell real e s- I 1:! 2:1" 7.11 .........J-cambll\ -.... 111.32" 557 ..
a it property of any description, have by D. M. Merritt. .1 I I. f, Harper TOliy. l2-5.S: :: 1.:5:: :: :: _... .._ Iulat .......... :: it): '3 :; I I 111: : ,j if"
.It-ctfd or your taxes attended to, $5tX)0 ItA : _. Harp -... ..-.. l4_l 6.-
* ir address Thl)'. C. Watson A Co. i:30 a. m.-Is the church reeponiible Sues for Damages. Main House-401 S. Palafox street. 1'iI) II 1'3 .Gatti I'y 11)15" 5:.,? >i,
i .t i !'(a. CbarKes moderate To everyone for the Sunday school? By J. ;' R. R, Exchange-Opp. Union Depot 1:50: a m ._._. II _....Uowl !{"nge ...... .. .. 4:55 j
yesterday! Mrs. Alice Young entered IM" 8'15" _.._ .. HttlU __.._ D.n" "
* vt- a lot from n< we will lend moneyw P. 0. Box 281. Pensacola, Fla 4'ii
'Ii ich to build a house 1d: -tf A. Godwin and others. ': suit against the Georgia Railway and I 2;'IJ" 9:51:! II ......... 1.IIcan ....._ .' 0:2t I It 1:11" i
Phones .
I' 116.21,8.It's %:3:1": 8Ji: It ....... ( r..lnt'vr ........ 11:1.1" .:1)0) ,
Cl>>rtric company forIM: damage ..._.. _.._. -
l ):2u a. in.-Who should first enlist, 8:0)l II M" .11 err Land 8M :!:3. t
'1.\.1..1; niii..i \vA.rv'ni which she alleys: she suffered on Junei 83" \1\0) _... :o..y lI..a1..... 9! to) 8:101" t :
----.------- in the Sunday school work? By E. '.OJ "' :iIj" ..Oeo':1n.kpringl.: .. 11" %:.1'. :
\ .4 -Mfii to learn barber trade, 'I I i S. :Mrs. Young claims that she was ':1'1" IIU II ........... Argyle _"00 1- It %:31"
\ > : *", graduates. We want H. Adki-on, tH.. Orimlar and i riding: on a West Mitchell street car a Mistake .:") \1:07. ....Ponc8 dot 1.8011...._ ,::.. !:U"
-! prupositlon ever olTered 1I:1)u" NIO' .. ..We8lVlI:8 _---._ 7:11" 1i. "
p-. par, you for *r. weeWy 3t hers. I on that day. At the corner of Haynesstreet 11.11'I" B.U' .. __ l'ar'ville........ 1:1:! If IU I
I .
iris Molar Barber college, i thtrondui the 11:1.1": 11):$) __.Bonifay......... 15:55 II I 1.21 II
i je.'tf The speakers: will be limited to ten tor stopped car U :'I" I"H" a .......... blpl..y .. ..... ::J7" i 1:1" .. i
let her off. hut she says before sheroull First-Class Western Beef Is 1\:101" 11:117" _.Cotlondale ._.__ I\:I' II L:51! noon I I7rl ;
minutes each. I ) .. 1I::5 I. ...._...Iarlanna....... 1\.1" 12:11" :
oil Ll alight!; from the car it started i .. .
:30" 11:45 ..l'ypr..oi. .... 1iI: II 11:10): am I
--_ 11 :_>!) a. Missionary :Sermon by suddenly and sh" was thrown heavilyto Not 25 Cents a Pound. 7:4) 1I:5, "' .". .....hand Rdge.! ._ Ii:)!! II 1Ij'. '
; A \KU\IN-A centaloon j jHev. 'I I T:59; I. It:";) noon ... ..._ iSneads .. ..._... 51 }o:5O' -
the I). P. the
street. Young. plain.
near Palafox B. H. Skinner of Atmore. j jl'Ji'J -- I :15" 12:13" Arrlve..Riveriunctlon..Leave 5:10" Iii: "' .
,2, all..\... For partieuWat 1 tiff's husband has also entered suit f .
A e.... Heal mi.SI i! Look at Price
-sou p. ta.-Collection for -- our : I
for $::.f"tl against the company for
J7eoilwL La"t vear. Now .o e =GOLA=o- CHOICEST
----- ')1ls. I hisil'6 injuries. i r
: i .ie most desirable lots In Extra Loin . .. 15c to lSc 20c I I I Ii
,i.'. >-"-y terms, by the Klsheracy 12:30 p. m.-Recess for dinner. Round . . . lc: loc i i -oF- ,
.\,- 'lJI', South Palafoi I Meeting of Telegraphers. Bri-ket and Chuck. sc\ loc Grist and Corn Meal Mills. I III

Isalm 2:20 p. in.-:Sou::; ?, "How Firm a Atlanta June lAt a meeting of Rib Roan .. . loc IMJ | :

1 'nr Itciil- Foundation,"by the choir and prayer 'I the executive committee of the National Ramp . .. . .. 13c 15c] !. F. GONZALEZ A CO., Prop i, FRUITS AND CONFECTIONERY O [ : I

by T. W. Ficklin. Telegraphers': association held Considering quality, above priced !' Maaafactcreri
,: A > 1.1.: furnuaed rooms at in Atlanta yesterday Cincinnati was are cheaper than in any other city of CHOICE MF.\L AND Pl'IlEGUOUNDSTOCK .!

--pr.ui! street.--- --nlitfttt' --- --- 2:30 p. m.-Preaching: by Rev. J'I designated as the \place for holding the thi, size in the country.We FEED. APOSTLE'S I II

\\"ulllt..I. W. Day. I next: annual convention of the associa do have to pay more for our Patronlie Home Industry, for there li C.
meats. and have to charge: more every reason you should buy your Meal and ,
3:20 p. ui.-Adjourn. tion. I. X. :Miller! superintendent tf than formerly but it Un't fault. Stock teed from the Home Manufacturer,
\\ --i good solicitor; will par jur for by BO doing you encourage borne Indui- 14
Western Union Telegraph East Ggrenntil St.
the company
inimiisinn to ngbt one. Ad"i. and we are selling as low as we /
.. 7:15 1'. us.-Prayer service, U. H. possibly try. Your money Is left In the community i ,
office.v moltf and Manager Battle, of the Postal can. I and you In tarn are Indirectly benefited.
Urimlar. I In fostering the home manufacturer you i j Formerly Cordova Restaurant Btanfl:
were elected president and vice 1 '
\A-\'l'l'U.. I PARLOR MARKET I contribute to the cause of labor. You owe I 1'/
-- .......-- t> p. m.-Preaching by Rev. J. \W.i president respertlvely. They will! It to tbecommnnlty In which you live and One car-load of Pineapples at 11.75

*\, Far y..unlC. men from Kso'jii'x serve for one year. The time! for hoi 1. Phone 173. .' 111I. S. ilcllS Sun... which contributes to your support. to $2,0' per dozen.F.Elawer's .
> at one to prepare fort Day.:
jo\.rnowllt ...r'lc"p- i I inn the next tournament and other arrangements
> at- arre-.hut.. Cedar Ran- 8:50; p. m.-Adjourn by singing were left to the discretion -

ITllm' God be with You Till We" Meet of the president and vice president.

V'' ,'- \ :-ir>t class borce- boer w hoG "
\ : ,. Apply to pl7er again. One-Pi ice Cash House
..'k, 1-> tat arilcn street P. ,>. Benediction by Rev. J. L. Bryars.
inacoU. H.. I7J !t
A cordial invitation Is extended to GOOD HEALTHCan
i WASTKlUiya 15- 'IH-
x wiling '
> : >..iYou'll fad biro at :000.; t all to attend this meeting:
> !'-.-.treet. ilitt only be obtained by keepin .CUT PRICES IN TWO !

D. M. ;MERRITT, ? the blood pure and the digestion .
\\ .U-Jo'r.l! yard eggs; at Melt: .,
Bile's Kestaurant.Y P. M. PMTfHETT, Chairman. perfect. For this purpoeHOaTETTEK'S
STOMACH BITTERS KK H yards Dress 'iwjsse, worth 6c 20 dozen Ladies' Lisle Thread 5i) pieces Medicated 21-inch Cotton

\ > ANTED not'.Ua.-H.A.FKtBDMAH.All kinds ot 'empty nov beer tf secretary. was introduced fifty years ago, yard, 10 yards for 30 cent Vests, worth 3-5, rents, yours for 20 Diaper, 10 yard in a piece, worth '
i and to-day it is recognized as cents, I boc, for this sale, 60c.
lIt Ip 'nlc.I-\lulc.: the leading: health restorer in 1000 yards Dress Diinitys, worth i
.p04'IOIlJl: UUccrnmmt. i the world. It will cure DYSPEPSIA 7lsc, 10 yards for 45 cents. 1000! Boy's and Men's collars, luO/ dozen Ladies' Fast! Black. Full i
\\ > i Truitwortby business person,o'd in estabou eaea Little Gt'rtruJe-I"m going; to be asllush'r ; BILIOUSNESS FLATULENCY I' broken sizes, to close out at 3 each. Seamless Hose regular loc goods,
arty to ,
>... solid financial atamiin: like you Aunt Gertrude. AND MALARIA, FEVER AND 2000 yards bleached yard wide Domestic 'I for this sale, 61.c? a pair; 4 pair for
bona fide weekly cash alary ell Aunt Gertrude-Why do you want to AGCE. Try it. 10 yards for 15 cents. 200 Ladies' Madras and White 2oc a
,eck each Wl'dullldaywltb all! exirect : and close
I Waists, worth 75c tl to at I 'A'i
be dearie?
: from headquarters: money a spinster, '! HOSTETTER'SSTOMACH a>(X) >yards unbleached Sea Island 45c. 100 dozen Men's Seamless Half

1 > i ing for t'lpl'ni"d.Chicago. :!Manager J7,;;J7'J JkmlwM Cat Little Gertrude-'Cause, Aunt Gertrude yard: wide Domestic, 10 yards for 45 1 I Hose, in brown, red and black, for

----- --- ------ --- -- a spinster! doesn't have to try to BITTERS. cents. I 50 pairs Lace Curtains 212' yards 5c a pair.
1'OUL'1'1tV.ti look pretty, an' she can comb her hair long, regular T5c good, to close at
...... any old way.-Brooklyn Life. I 2000 yards Embroideries, regular I 45c. I 25: dozen Men's French Dropped. ,
,'I..E COMB BROW LEGHORN4tlvely price jl.: to S;. c,10 yards for 45 cents. Stitched Under Shirts, worth 40 stock and Eggs for sale i 25 dozen Large: Turkish Rath T )w- close at 25c each. Drawers to match. ,
Tdersat Willis HardwareCo's. l stIIAlll How to Avoid Trouble. I PROFESSIONAL CARDS 1000( yards Dress Pique and Ducks els, worth $2, will close at $I 20. I 1
: 3) dozen Men'a
UUOUM.US Now i is the time to provide yourself i, I I worth 10 and 12}_c, 10 yards for 85 20 dozen 21x33-inch Bleached Lace Under Shirts, 45c Fancy each.Striped Draw

SARAH REIRVE-Manntactare; and family with a bottle ofCbamberlain' i W. C. ROWE, M. D. !1 cents. Towels for this sale, at SOc dozen. ers to mstch.l 1ii

, :. >a\loi, Hair dealer In,et0.,820 Kalr Goods W. ,Government Hats Tolle Colic, Cholera and Office: ITS' S. Palafox. I 1000 yards Dress Cross Bar, worth 35 dozen 23x42-incb Towels, rez- 2 dozen Ladies' Ii. ck and Colored '

, -.t Diarrhoea Remedy. It is almost 8 2C,10 yards for 50 cents. ular lOc goods for this sale, iwc Bilk Tatfetta Waists, regular price ; -
Hours from S to G:l) a. m. and 1 to 3 p. m I
l-'lo\vorn- -For- -J.'unt.'ral... certain to be needed before the sum and after o'clock 25 dozen Ladies' Bleached Vest, dozen. f3.5, to close at $2 20 each.

,''WERS w KOR KUNEKAL8 fnrnUHe mer is over and if procured now G5. with tape in neck, 5 vests for 25 i)) yards White Batiste Lawn,) This sale will positively) not run '

r r romptlyInbouquets special deslgniVloleite may save you a trip to town in the Phone cents. regular 12} quality, 10 yards for boc. j for longer than one week t
,. Moreno, 3a: Wed Gregory night or in your busiest season. It tt:
_2_- .fc1*. 20d1m is everywhere admitted to be the I -
most successful medicine in use for HAIR BALSAM

'"CUT-"- -lo LO\VEH'oi.-- .........' bowel complaints both for childrenand I, C1eatet Promou and a luuranl IwwtiriM growth.the halt E. BRAWNEE'S ONE-PRICE CASH HOUSE
T LOWERS and Floral Eeilgni- adults. No family can: afford to Never Tail to Bettor Gray 1F. ,

V Mils Hpectal dent Moreno.. for customers, be without it. For sale by all drug. sues Hair era to.p tu diwMM Youthful A half.Color.ti bog
fc:one Vioietta KS West Gregory SMlta gists and medicine dealt rs. I tOc,.ndIWI& Ihu +.o,10a SOUTH PALAFOX STREET. {@|

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ri- J. I .; 'L'I:: 22ft -MORE- I I FOUR PLACESWERE !,I FRED MYERS, FRIEND Stro estlathe'lti'ocilj t t \ .

'" Politics and OF THE BEEF 'TRUST
jj jjPoliticians The 421 Annual Statement o t
I ti. Ending December Illsf 11"11
.. IIi
II EBterrd at the poet Off.c at Pensacola, Ll ., ,
r FU.,' toad-cis-smatters ;q ; Bill No. 18: A Bill to bentitled

. t -'. :' OFFICE i-ttti1 Building, SllJi? Southfklftloxttreet : I jj THUNDERIn LAST NIGHT "An Act to prohibit arrange i 1 KE[ [EQUITABLE r [ [

; Up-.tRlh If L. "" ents, contracts, agreements,

I _11I I combinations and certain other
THE intended to or tendingto SOCIETY.I
I I / response to published calls and "Hello, that fellow has got u y acts or things I
| All democrats are invited to attend prevent, hinder or obstruct the law.
'I small in flaming red another pair, wasthe
Terms: lnv riaby! in Advance- dodgers printed trousers; give me .. .. .
the meeting of the Democratic ful sale of Florida fed beef, or other Assets . f.
11 ,_ one Year by Mail ... .. .........R uu ink, a few hundred people gatheredat I remark made by Mr. John G. I I
! .. .. .. 2 M 'League! at Clutter's hall tonight. (beef, meat, or cattle or other edible Reerve' and other Liabn
On 81X Months Week,by Carrier, Fhj able Monday IU I Ii There will be addresses by promInent Clutter's hall last night, having I Wood when he woke this morning ;animal, in this state or tendingto 1 I ities. .. . .. . 2 .

i been attracted also by stirring and started: to dress himself. His monopolize the sale of cr: the price j Surplus(from which Di -
i vidends -
speakers on the issues of this I
- ;. Mttrti&irg Kales Furnished fin Application strains from Wyer's band, which I j clothing had been "fished" during t thereof" I are paid... . <*< 7. .

r ; campaign and it is said the talks had made the rounds of the different I the night, and two hours after Mr. Referred to the Judiciary committeeof !I, '
TELEPHONE NO. 118.PEHBAOOLA Paid to Policyholders in
will be quite spicy.
i' precinct clubs and had collected a !; Wood reached his office today he which Mr. Myers was chairman. I 1901.... ...... ... .. .1 .'- '

1 "+ his respectable following.The was notified his clothing had been (Page 61.) New Insurance in 19u1 .f *+ .-
\y rs Every voter should pay poll after careful
Judiciary ,
\ I Total Insurance in force
s BE tax must be meeting bad been promised to found in the parlor, where they had
a .U'vIGN promptly. Payment (examination, returns Senate Bill!l No. I Dec. 31,1901.$1 .? -_'

t : made by July 5 or you cannot vote commence at 8 p. m. sharp, but on t been left after having been robbed of 18, without recommendation. (Page I Notwithstanding the realj

I at the primary election. account of so many wanting chowder all the money In them, amountingto 103.) vial strength of the Society -. "

. = : JUNE 19.1902, and beer, served with much generosity 30 cents SIr.11'oodalso sufferedthe On passage of Senate Bill No. 18, greater security which it- .
holders thereby enjoy, the
Every political club In Escambia at the precinct "sub-stations," loss of a pocket knife. Hi watch 'Mr. Myers voted NO. (Page 312,) are LOW and GUARANTY. R-fKs.. : .

! that has endorsed Mr. CostonI [Senate Journal, 1897J.I ). ter than given by other con .
WHAT do you suppose Mr. J. Pier- county the dear voters did not ascend the on a bureau quite near was not ,

pont Morgan wants of King Ed. I has also endorsed Mr. Myers. Yet stairway of the hall until 8:30 t taken, having probably been over- Happy lime in Old Town.

ward, that he I is so carefully nursing some of Mr. Iyeu' friends are try- j| I KXOWLES BROS.
o'clock. 1 looked by the thief. "We felt happy." writes R. : .
him with presents and taffy? I I very
t ingto "shake" Mr. Coston and are Judge Avery rapped: for order and The "fishing" was done through a S N. Bevill, Old Town, Va., "when .
Gf'neralIf"h. ,
, ROOSEVELT: is having the fight of doing all they can by word of mouth announced that the regular secretarywas front window, the thief having I Bucklen's Arnica Salve wholly

\I his life on the reciprocity isue. If and in public print to deny the self. detained by sickness in his worked from the front pi reh. The j I! cured our daughter of a bad cae of i 309 8. Palafox St.. PENS.v s

,, wind loses his for lr.1 *cald head." It delights all whose I
he or opponents evident fact that Mr. Myers and ) I
/family and that a temporary secretary i house Is at 20 East LiRua street, In '
ii the nomination will multiply, and u it for Cuts, Corns, Bruises Ulcers FISH CHOWDER
Coston are hitched up In double harness was needed. J. E. Biars now i- di '
trict. ,
his friends will scatter a thickly populated Eruption Infallible for Piles.
r I ___ in this campaign in this coun oared W. W. Sweeping of Pine Barren W.
Only 2jj c. at A. D'Alemberte's.I

J 'I THE federal authorities at Jacksonville ty. Mr. Coston's friends seem to and as that gentleman ascended THE BELL HOUSE drug store. 121 outh Palifoz.i I BY THE SEA SHORE
I I do not intend to abandon want him to take back seat but i
a the stage there was great applause. ifO .I
i complaint against the Sea Breeze SUFFERS ACAIN TEED !AX CIOAH is i grow-

; mental scientists, and the grand: with apparently poor success. He For several reasons regular businesawas I in? in popularity. Save the At the t5autu Ilo*a !S :

t got in another one of his speeches at with i Bands and be rewarded.
j jury now in ses*ion has returned another dispensed and Hon. W. A. ,'
establishment the
Tbe Hell House,415 North Palafox --- n
indictment against them. the Cosmopolitan Club Tuesday Blount was called to the stand. ,
"My Family Doctor"Blue Frank Maura, will give '
tree, was entered by a burglar last'
night and another at Clutter's hall
GoER.WR JELKS of Alabama: is Mr. Blount's entire speech was ;i Ilaud.l1l", Jan. 14.I9UI.i celebrated fish chowder- -
last night night, only one gentleman suffering | Me-= ELY BROS. I have used
rs. :-
having a J strenuous time with the Olllol supreme effort to cast aside alleged -
the loss of anything. This was a | your Cream Balm in my family I for I day at 5 o'clock p. m. II;
bumptious colonel of the third regiment unfounded imputations against/ nine and it has become ,
1 relieved of his Judge John C. Avery has seen and I boarder named Baldwin, stranger years my shore beach. The steam
who has been Myers. He took up several item family doctor for cold in the head..
command yet refuses to resign. read a compilation of Fred Myers' here, who is mourning the absenceof :j 11 use it freely on my children. It is prise will leave: Palafox *
] from Mr. Myers' public record I a Godsend to children as they are
legislative record. A friend of his I i\ a fine pair of trousers and about 2:30 p. m. every Sunday
troubled more or to*=.
whether which had been used against him, I
i "sneak<:d"' a copy of it for him. That I i |:3 in ea;h. The same methods a* I Yours respectfnlly, J. KIMKAI.L.
will expire soon, and regiment i and, thread by thread, sought to ex I : Judge for yourself. A trial size Foley's Honey and Tarn
i in good hands under the commandof I was altogether unnecessary. So one I plain them. Considerable time was I had been used at Mr. Wood's residence -'; can be had for the small sum of 10 i ii opiates and can safely ti,

the lieutenant colonel. is trying to hide the copies of Ir.Iyers' i prevailed here. j i, cent Supplied by drugits or'! 'to children. 1V.t. D'Am:
devoted to explanations of laws for I I mailed by Ely Brothers, 56 Warren \,121 H. Palafox street.
) record except supporters of This is the third time within a :!
I St., New York. Full size 50 j
THE projected assembling in At- which Mr. Myers had voted appertaining cents. -_- _.-_-_-_- ---___-
Mr. Myers. The opponents of Mr. short period that this house been I ------ I n
lantic and Gulf waters, from Cape to the beef trust. divorce in CONCERT AND DANCE AT I
Cod to Pensacola, next winter of a Myers did not make that record. It I visited, the thief each time securing I 134 134 134 134 134
Florida, railway 'commission and MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY .
large number of the vessels of the I was made by Mr. Myers himself, but "fat lobby." something for his venture. ': ::\ 8:30AND:: : I IIGHT. IP; <: <-rf- ;

navy will be an event of no little international his friends don't seem to be very 9. LAST TRAIN RETURNS AT 134'S j 134
' t The Mr. Blount, referring to Mr. La- I '
significance. vast proud of it. Judge Avery had a THE FORBES STORE i j 11:50. TICKETS *& CENTS, AT Stan's Telephone.
strides towards world prominencemade mar and Mr. fivers, said they were I
DEPOT. I 134 It Is for Public l'-e 134
of this record iu his pocket at
copy I
daring recent years by the :| both polished gentlemen-honest, WAS BURGLARIZED ; _________ __. ____ _______ I j TK\ IT'. ,
the of the ', "
United States are quite as likely to meeting Cosmopolitan I I -w : -:

excite: apprehension as admiration club Tuesday: night and in his address I c'lpable-atllt neither would reflect II 8TATKMKXTMade ; 1134' 134 134 134 134
discredit the Third district or The great Forbes store, at the I !
under section S3, 4115, Laws ,
among the other nations, and it will he admitted that it was doing/ Chapter i -
I the state as a representative at corner of lutendencia aud Palafox I of Florida showing the amount ('f taxes I
be well to exhibit the possibilities of i charged, to the! tax collector of Kscambia '
deal of Mr.
great injury to Myers'chances
the nation's naval strength to thn"e..' of election Washington. I streets, was entered last night'i' >county ear lf'1,' r'lorida.and the to apportionment he collected for of*tbe ame tax to 'Buffalo at

who care to see In a concrete pecta-- I The things advanced by the opposition I through an insecure dour on the I been the several Il'Vll'dlncluamg funds for which poll tax such with taxes county ba\e j

t tie that may readily be comprehended. I i school tax:
What a combination! Myers' record imputing a want of hon porch I of the second story. The thief Total amount charged to I I

esty, needed no argument until certain ascended the stairs in the D'Alem- ': taxes tle;;j' 47
--- and C :ton's platform-a meek Amount collected to June PowderGuaranteed
I I .. ... Baking
4 ,t; 1:1
WASHiXitiox is excited over the little lamb being dragged to the I : matters, which must not go un- i 1 berte building, and going through i II -

charge that some one in the war department slaughter by a bucking broncho. refuted, came out, and he could not I the hall-way reached the porch. I I Ij I I Ha'.auce .... _. -*.'-". .".__' .:ilI

1 to "leaked"the: information relating I But what puzzles me i i-, how are the !II III sit still while such chargestalked j Mr. Forbes said this morning that I!!I'I Coanty'Auwuntallretrd tax prooer to...June. iM.Wi 1.1,

Philippines military I about. he 1 had somewhat the fi, l':.C .. .. ... .. ...... 3 Mil >-! 4-'l r." tai
voters to reconcile the anticipated
,occupation, and instances of similarleakage i[ going two- ;'j I Ithief'I cOullty..b.1 III' ..... .. MMsn
urn recalled and commented : !! how are they going to vote for''i Mr. Blouut's speech was one of coming and had resorted to a j jstrategy 4nountculteeted toJuneII
!I i!mi .. ..___ is,(i.7i I ;- u:?, ji
j upon. Till' facility with which | Myers and endorse hi- record and at 'I;,\ characteristic select verbage and in concealing his "left over" I j bounty root find bridge

the "pre- gau: secure the proceedings I U!,:'M ,PnunntrollretrdtoJune ,
the same time for Cotton and eudone the( large number in the hall li ten-I; change. The thief, recognizing the | .\
of executive -ionof the i,. iwe .. .... .... u- s-.i.i .1
hi* platform? advice! i is i} 'ed to the orator with the mo-t respectful good i quality of material around
senate if well known. The time will My t<> County( line and foifett-
attention him frE- :'himupplied I Ijfiuetit himself lire tax .. 4 01,51\1 <7
according with a fine on.
J come, perhuplien futile attemptto I vote against both. 1 i'In i iuit i AnluunttollacteJtoJune

j to conceal the detailof the public I i applan-e.: :|, of clothes, shirts and other : r. li-oi 4 m'* ,7;, '.I][I' N.'
( ounty bard tax t 'Iff; .(r
business from the public will be ; his adJre-s before the !i Mr. Coston was the next speaker. wearing apparel, but nild find no AiiiountvollertMl, :0 J uu"
';.e" .. ITU! 11'J I ) 5.1
finally aban,I.'mined. The people have Myers-Co- club Tuesday: I'' He paid his respect to Mr. Loftin. 'cash. The register had been left'' -

as their good a right and to such knowledge. tii:;ht Judge A. C. Blount Jr., left : |111001 opponent, whom he alluded to as '; i ii open and suffered nothing. r.ulanc'J..\. M. Mi \U 1.1.1..;,,-,..'!' : servants."WE 'I
: the that he I I'-EAI.I (li-rk ('irruil ('ourt.
impression wa i
opposed J in
i a "boy, uuexperieuce: things/ po-i I I '!v H. a. (;. !
have *o many great men," I to the upstairs clubs Osceola, Elks. ]litical," and who had taken unto J RACKET STORE 1I I -- -- -

says the Times-l'tiion and Citizen, Progress audothers-dispeusiugbeer: himself his (Co-ton's aud Fillin- i j i Gus A. Soderlind The Housewives who (have given
"that each voter feels impelled to I WAS BROKEN I I
i : believe he is the greatest of ill." In on :Sunday: and said if the otlicers '|I ;gim': ) platform, plank by plank, until -, OPENThe P.iilTaio a fair trill//Ilitinue to use u

tbe absence of party opposition, would du their duty, these places I! i now they stood, believing one aud ', ...THE TAILOR,... I ]for it makes delicious I hot biscuit
Racket Store, m: 33 rollj. griddle cakes and muHins.
Florida democrats reduced could be stopped, a* there is law :
: are t< a i thA same thing firs Co-ton also referred -,
: )\\K-sT (JOVKUNMH.Nr It makes wholesome food f,
Palafox i ST.
F the alternative of contention with was included in the list of
in his opinion, which covers such' i to firs Loftin as being the law i there adulterants
are no in it.
each other for the olllcts which demo | burglaries last night. The thief I Will for the next 30 days make suits
case* Why did he not include the provided I
partner "great republican, and than ,
The 'i at 25 i p<>r cent le-s regular
ocrats are sure to get. certainty ; {
himself with
that "nomination is electiou" ha private side-board aud make a cleansweep was him-elf. therefore, a republican good clothing, ;! prices: j O'-CAK E MA'' H/,
t I II j took a value aud left for Mr. Friedj i i j I'jing Men' Suits Uim. Telephone t.( Sale* AtVPK -' '
of it? "
for of : The rest of the 1 !'
a quarter a century kept the speech was devoted yulel.adir+ MUlts Jl.iHi toJi.Ui'
in I |I man a remembrance in the hape of ,, f..n's Suits !<-tramClranrd ...... (Liu j i
political managers power.J q to his own candidacy for the state | Ladtrs'Hults riteam Cleaned i5c to UJ1I' '
that the people will control the And so Judge Avery regrets thereno a very filthy and duty coat. This j i 1l'n'.1'ou+"r! Strum Cleaned M'c: : J&j&J& fc &
; nomination*, the reponibility 1 is opposition to Hun W. A. : has been procured by the police aa i Hint: Now is the time to have
A. H. Hudson, a new-paper man : i your winter Clothing put in good
rest on them to choo-e the best met Blouut in this campaign, a? he and I clue. Mr. Friedman could not say !! shape. This offer is fur thirty days! ,
from Century. made a filled I f 1
Each voter, so far from imagininhimself
I other friends of Mr. Blount would what ele was miing. The I tI only. Mention you paw the advertisement -
to be greatest, should and I with vile persoualtie, in which he. coatI in THE DAILY NKVS.'otherwise .
we believe will, honestly and fairly) I like to show their fidelity to him. made an indirect\ attack upon "a I| was very wet and the person must'I' the regular price will be i
:Strange" Seems to me that I : h have .barged.Fishing
i gum up the respective: merits of wa been in this morning's; rain. I!
power behind the throne in the state hvvvvvv.Big V1
those who offer, and widely choo-e I told recently that if Judge Avery I ------ ,

between them for the best interests I had received any sort of encouragement government this reference having Yirnlei.t Cart-pr ( ,ureI. J 1; lckleofallkinds

of the community, the state and the j I he himself would have. entered I I II been received with tumultous ap-I Startling/ proof of a wonderful advance and good emit nets at the Stock All Kinds

party. I the race for state senator againt Mr. 'I proval. He said he could prove I I is given by druggist U. W. 1 {ll'jllis{ Hardware Co's. : All Prices'ED1SO1 !

Blount. what he said. j Roberts of Elizabeth W. Va. An !

SAILOR BADLY Jas. R. Landrum and J.1.. Tate I old man there had long suffered with -- ---

THE POLITICIAN. ,'i'of Robert, were the last: speaker,1 what good cancer.doctors They pronotuced believed hi incurable I' [ ij r PHJNOGRPPH} ti r !

INJURED TODAY I For biliousness ue Chamberlain's !! after which the order was given, the I I II I case hopeless till lie ued Electric:

Stomach & Liver Tablets. They bind "hit" the street, and, to the ; Bitters and applied Bucklen's Ami-

I' cleanse the stomach and regulate j i iI ; strains of "Open Dal Door, and Let ;I!: ca Halve, which treatmentcornplete-;,i Music Free With Each Machine
the liver and bowels i iT
effecting a : I lu

I A sailor while working on the I,I quick sale by and all druggist permanent* and cure.medicine For ;i I! Me In," a suggestive selection, a I II I jly tees cured arc used him. to When expel Electric bilious, kid Bit- MVI I Ce I.20c I. Fishing Tackle,

1I steamer Druuielzier at Muscogeelwharf I dealers I;, large portion of the thoroughly enthued I ney and microbe poisons :at the !same Base
I -- ---- i, time this salve exerts its matchle=!! '! ; Ball,
audience made
about 9 o'clock this I their way t o''
morning healing blood *
I : I power, disease, skin
fell from the side of the vessel" to the STEEDMAN STEEDMAN headquarters of tbe Union and West I eruption, ulcers and sores vanish i I Teunis,
Bitters 50.)% Salve 2.J3: at W. A.
timber below, badly injuring hit u- I That is the 5c Cigar with the Baud ,j End Democratic Clubs, where kegs | m South Palafox. D'AIemberte's t'I I'IK CUI'1'For i i! Ping Pong.

:See: Premium LNt. 'of ---
f elf. He was taken aboard the tug I joyful product of the brewery" --- I

Britannia and brought up to the city Impaired were on tap. ''THK SANTA BATHING UOSA'sl'KP KSTAni.lMl.MEMBathing I Six Days Only Big Repair Shop:

and 'Vas placed iu the ambulanceand Digestion Ladies Can War--Sh-f'e i; J

taken to Ht. Anthony's hospital.I May not be all that is meant by dyfpfj l I one size smaller after using Allen's Foot in the warm gulf waters i is Ii i AT Can Repair any old thing
now, but it will be if fll' l..,h.d. j i Kase. a powder to be shaken Into tbe sbO" couceeded to be the finest in the !
' The captain and mate of the vesel The uneasiness It makes tigbt or Dew shoes feel easy give: world. Everythin for pleasure with PENSACOIAMUSICCO'S And fit Keys to any old lock
after eatinir. fits ot nerr- j Instant relief to corns acd bunion It's' .
showed considerable anxiety and did 1 oils" headache, sourness of the stomach and i i tbe greatest comfort discovery of the age. ,! safety. Good.board and lodging, by'i ;
I di'. I II Cures and prevents swollen feet blisters,| i i the day or we. k. Luncheon prompt 37 S.
all they could for the injured man. I : utntuble belihins may not tot' very bad callous and Mire spots. Allea't Font'Ease i ly served at all hours day or night. Palafox St. r B. Bruee
j now. but they will! !h. if the stomach is 11 certain cure for twtaMng. hot acblng ,
i iI cnftertd 1I j!' feet At all drugglns and shoe lore$, =:,c. '' CHARLES I{. UI'RTON, ,
grow Wt-it r. on't accept any tubitltute. Trial 2m-tf i
I package Manager
PROFESSIONAL CHIROPODIST pyrrpsia is i uii a mUr..Wc: disease 1: KKKK bv: mail. ..Addrt,Allen Umsted.d, I __ ii i I I 1
15 8 Palafox.i
;, LeKoy. X. Y.ICECOLD .
I that the tendency to it shuld be rive _
] Elegant china
F. St. Clair Thomas will remove WATERMELONS i closets, I\
early attention TLis i iI
cvruMetely overcome I AT i
bunions and nail | [ sideboards and leather- CONCERT AND DANCE
corns, ingrowing I AT
t by I THE GARFIELD ICE CO''. MAGNOLIA BLUFF kinds of chairs and
blood. Will call seat THURSDAY IIGH j
without pain or at chairs at Marston
: Hood's SarsaparillaI i i !. TRAINS AT 8. 8:30 AND i; rocking chairs at JIl arst anT
your residence if required. No. 521 Garden hose at the Willis Quina's. Low prices; easy 9.; .LAST: TRAIN RETURNS; A I !

S\.uth Pfclafox street. lOjlm i,I rengttecs the*hole digestive system Hardware Co's. ,payments. I DEPOT.CKBTB 25 UEX1::' A \ \I I lau'$ Quina's. Prices are very


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R .& O'NEAL, President; f. C. MORTON, Cashier; COAST OF CUBA IS sasas2c2s sasas2ss'SZnl :..jfJi

I.J.FOSHEE,Vice-President; M. E. CLARK .Ass't Cashier.

Offenders Are From the Ii i

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I Neighboring Islands
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i ... ...... r
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; gas the LARGEST CAPITAL STOCK of any bank in the State I Since the Evacuation of the Island' by iif

prompt, courteous and careful attention given to all business en- the United States Forces Piracy ano .

trusted to its care. Alarming Smuggling Extent.Have Increased to an SHIRT I WAIST I I AND SKIRT SPECIALS !

New York June 18.-The non-arrival

4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. of the United States consul general to : i
I Havana and the consuls appointed to .. :

-- I Ma anzas. Cienfuegos and Santiago.

B. FAIECHILD has resulted; in seriously crippling commerce -
Ls..' : BASEBALL FOR 16TH BIRTHDAY I with the United States says a BEGINNING in the heart of the season, that you may derive the greater

QpOLBTERER. Herald dispatch from Havana we offer you an opportunity to purchase the season's brightest I

38 EAST..' HOMANA STREET. WAS CELEBRATED Since the evacuation of the Island ideas and fancies iu SHIRT WAISTS and SKIRTS. There is yet

C4I'Otf Wait .,rf.. Refinishing Furniture a NEXT SUNDAYI by the United States forces piracy THREE months of seasonable wearing; so if you have an eye to economy,

.*g Specialty.R.fK. I -- and smuggling along the Cuban coast a recognition of large values: for little money, you will be here bright and J

A pleasant birthday have Increased enormously. The collectors early Monday.
phone 406. party was
l Manager John Oliver of the of half a dozen ports are con
at the home of Sheriff Geo. E.

-=='- : WHITE i'j Giants, received a message this !Smith last night in honor of the 16th stantly requesting the assistance of I COLORED WAISTS. (WHITE WAISTS.I I r
revenue cutters. The chief offendersare I
4-5? I| morning over the long distance telephone birthday of Miss Maggie Lou Ren- smacks from Jamaica. Nassau and I Our Entire Line of Colored There is nothing so dainty; a

gatebmakeT. :..,...Manufacturing"' Jeneler I that the Millers, the strongest nett. The large number of young 'Darbadoes. There are only two cu;. '' Waists in Percales, Dimity, Lawn White Waist, and at these prices
and,Graduate Optician, ters available to guard 2,000 miles of !| and Madras. they move fast;
team in the
Montgomery city people present enjoyed themselves \ .. .. ..
.. $1.00 Sheer Lawn Waist 75o
;0 I ,coast line. Four others, owned by tha 50c. Percale Waist now. .. .... .25c75c
11 SeetksWSZ IL. PU'lfola, FlatEtITi1 league, would come down Sunday immensely. $1.50 Waists .... .... .... 11.00
I government are at present out of com- Lawn and Dimity !now... .. Oc $2 M> and $2 25 Wants ... .. .. .$l.W

I and cross bats with the locals. Among; those present were Misses i mission. i I JS1.UO; Dimity and Madras !now ..6.!>c |$2.50and:! J3W Waists..... .... .$2.00SKIRTS25

: A commercial man from Mont- Clara Andrews, Ernestine Smith:: I'| Six smacks which were violating the
,turtle fishery: : laws, have been captur
i gomery today upon being Informed Julia Gay Nell Richards:: Mabel ,ed. Many others
I under
I -
: that the from his would Green 1 .
team city Florentine Hoffman, Bessie' 1 and probably will be captured
play lure, said that the one chosen D'Alemberte, Annie Oerting, Jessie !! on the arrival of assistance.

I instances are reported of actual pi of ll.CO Linen Skirt ... .... S3c 2;; Whit Pique kirtsAll -
the the and that
best in he and
-"- >-- "'- '| was city, Maggie Lou Bennett,and Misses I II of our $1 50 Linen skirts.. ..i$1.10 $l.25 Value .. ...... .. .. .... .. K5c

Don't forjefthe P. A. C. exc: ursiou was !sure some good playing would be Sarah and Ellie Ollinger of :\Iobile.j I racy.Many Cuban smauks have been overhauled .

done to beat them. The gentlemen and robbed of catches of flak, Blue Polka Dot Duck Skirts, White $= 2.;> Value: Tailored Bands, circular
f orrow. ""jjjfc. !I young present were : Braiding flounce .. .. ..... ..... .. .. ....$1611
I I provisions, water, etc.. by foreigners, Pique :
Tie P. A. C. excursion tomorrow I The line-up will appear tomorrow. Messrs. Neils Oerting, Markham and : who eventually under the $1.00 and $1.2) Value. .. .. ...... Toe

i? aging to beVgrand affair. D.m't -- --- ------ Frank Rroughton, Alex and Willie i that the withdrawal are of the impression Am rl. .1. O Value.. .. .... .'... .... .. .. ..$1.00 $2.liO. Value Emb. Inserting..41,4uBlue
Whooping Cough. -- ----- -
fill to go. 72j: Zelius, Eugene (Smith:: Lawrence'' 'cans left the Cubans an easy prey.
: Value inserting
_, I My little son had an attack of Polka Dot Dimity, $1.25 Skirt, 13.00 Embroidery !
I It is probable that examples will b* .. .. .... ....
A big crowd .excursionists from. whooping cough and was threatened Green and Walter Bennett circular flounce. ... .. .83e cIrcular flounce. $2.2t>
1 made of the captured, which undoubtedly -
with pneumonia but for Cham-
to arrive here ;
Alabama are expected
i berL in's Cough Remedy we would Hood's Sarsaparilla builds a'' will btt salutary. I
morning up
'iuday i have a serious time of it. It also It has been suggested by custom of-
broken down
Train No.' 3 from- Flomaton came I j ji saved him frotr several' attacks of system. It begins its flclals that the (flitter service be abolishcd -
I[ croup.-H. BTKICKKADE.N: editor work right that is, on the blood. '|
as a means of economizing, but
late this morning on ac-1 I
uut ae of hour connections. I 1' For W'Jfld./hrald.\ sale by all druggists Fair Haven.and Wash.medicine HEAVY" !I I the revelations of the last 4S hours ...TO BE SACRIFICED AT LESS THAN NEW YQRK COST....

'i dealers. VERY have demonstrated the absolute necessity .

Catherine: White and Rosa SwanIc'IDvlcted I of continuing the service, if not

of fighting, were' Try SCHLITZ'S latest THUNDER CLAP of increasing it. 75 Dozen Ladies' Summer Collars, Leading Shapes and
6a fit) each today. They are ;

roes; Brand, the fines brew ever ; Heights, to go at 5c each.

Ladies' Aid Society of the 1 turned out. At all saloons. i MARITIME. -_.._--_.,_.._,---......_--.--
I During the electrical torm about
1' -i.yttnaa church will meet with I
t ,' 1 i-- Friday afternoon atT THE GARFIELD ICE CO';:;. : 3 o'clock this mornine- heavy clapof EX FORTH. W. J. & B. FORBES.

eh.k thunder, preceded by vivid lightning | i For J one to date .. .. .... *5iU->I

MR. P. H. WHALEY will flashes: was a of much
con. source i
its .
board tlic safety, at ('LEAkt; ) I 1
I duct classes in Latin Greek and
:'irf I vfetf" uirtV, exonerated Po- alarm in some quarters of the city. 1 Nor hk Mataura.iP'il3ruusgardby 8 1'Shotter
: j( Mathematics during the months of ('0 for Iloltt-rdau. with lt:'.'1 bbl, If You Buy Them at the Boston! Shoe Store They are Good !
Uffi:.-.-r l' ark -r of charts under July and August. The number of Female prisoners at the county roan 40ii;: casks spirits turpentine, value

a ., -.a4 been supended.ue I, students will be limited. For further jail who had left the windows open, I $:kt,51NKusbk I.lma.1I7 HjORrt-u. by I'.n acola
information address P. H. Whaley LumberCo for Kocliefort with 1i117.'..i s ft
', attenJatiee: was at Magnolia 1'etiaaeuld, FI j lirscti Union ?.', Foster, by master for
last uiht to patronize the outven J I I when the thunder roated they came Belize witti :12(.>is It lumber. 2.uiiO shn- Boston Shoe Store
by the H.1thb"nebters.: Elc.,:! pre windows 2 bbls coal oil, value
Try latest falling down the stairs frightened '* :. body ecjoyed them?d\'e".
i Brand, the finest brew erer almost out of their wits. A big ball '

i< Wetherford a demented turned out. At all saloons. of lire, seeming to almost touch the !' Kus bk Rhea iTQCAKANTISE., W\ =Nyroos fort Natal, to !-SPECIAL OFFERING FOR THE WEEK.)1E'h' .-@t
II woman is iu the city j ill. order
notified of her :! eirth was seen by Jailer Martin and j Nor bk Hunbeain, WJ, Andersen, Buenos
1'w conit -
FRESH YARD EGGS WANTED.i 1 Ayri-s to order I f Black Vici Kid Bals., Bull Dog TOP, at... ... .. .. .. .... .. .....$LtU
will probably but i i the prisoners ; and the sight almost'' Han bkt :Norma. WJ. Albert'-eu, Para to
-ie ; : .... .. .. .... .. .. .
i them all to Nick Apo-tle's tiaars. 11uuwOIly Co Men's Black Vici Kid I131 ., Plain Globe Toe, at. fllei's ;<<'
1 hu: at Chattahuochee.Iw :! { frenzied them. '
1' Restaurant. ) Satin Calf Bals and Congress Plain Toe and Cap Toe, on the

-. > a'- Friend Society, will ---- --- THE SHIPPING. Bargain Counter. . .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .... ... .... ... 75c;
i K<-\caU a Great !Seerrt.It .
1't.i'i: d. in. tou1oJrrow-Frl- j I ICK-COLU WATERMELONS: AT L.1die 2-strap FJndals,1'at. Tip Turn Soles ..... ...... ... .. .. .. ...fl.(>0

."- it the ol'.ice of J. N. T1IEG.1IZFIELDICE CO'S.MEAT often asked howucli startlingcures VK:: ::1.81\ POUT. Ladies'2-strap SandaN, Plain Toe ..... .. ... .. ...... .... .. .... .... .... Too
that puzzle the best physicians MKAMSHI1S.
:- .nth Palifox street, i are effected by Dr. King's New IjV :, Hr Acantuu I"?"!, Allan, tu!IPl'u.acoll' Ladie 1-strapSandalRuckel and Bow . .. ..... ... .. .. .. .... ,$l.0I1
i'1-ti.-tioii!! of important I A MALT has a marvelous covery for Con=umptiou. Here's the 'Lumber To I
Sr .A J II OCkt'II, ir.M, Bennett, to Prnsa
\ .I friends of the society I dietetic value. While refreshing icret. It cuts out the phlegm aud i cola i.unbrrCu
term infected mucu-s, aud lets the'' Kr flatten Hall, KITS, q'epp..ner to Knars Ask for a Premium Card.
-ire eirne-tlr: re- i and plfaant to take, it helps a -iniiif life. ivill oxygen enrich and vit'1lIze 'llunwody Co
Br lento, I Ml: Adams, to W. S.: Keyset
:-': l:1tiou food. Sold byDANNHEISSER the blood. It heal tfce iiitlamed. & Co -- -- ---
cough-worn throat and lung Hard I'.r iifumelzier.M -.M, Emerson toV S
;..ui1 ue ro sir\\, wis: I BROS. colds and stubborn coushs 'K ev''er.t Co
1. jail! by Mayor Jonesarf'e yield to Dr. King's New Discovery i tick Kr A Horslryale Co Northfell. to W L \Vit- BOSTON SHOE STORE

made by Ml-: Grass Shearsthat will cut the most infallible remedy for all Hr Inverness, :J7;:tt, Freud, to outher-
j 'land Innis Co ,
Throat and Lung disease: Guaranteed
? -
.; on Spring street.very !close at the Willis Hardware I Span! Ida. IVKi.: Arena to Hull Transit Co .
bottles 50
c $1.00. Trial ,
Br John lirfgbt. l ITv.. Wyness FensiacoI -
-- opportunity.e Co's. bottles free at W. A. D'Alemberte's, I i' Lumber Cot XATIIAX C. roi'IIii3liit I'ropriotor.
,\ ::. youn; laJy and 121 South Palafox street. , Buetinza to Unit
I Transit Co
.ihtil patience ceased( Cleaning ladies skirts and waist i 1 lir: MiiWlelmm Castle 1K-1" Lloyd, to I Leaders of Low Prices. 117 South Palafox Street.
understood ''
It < Star Laun-
I" wa is one of CT specialties :: ,
MAGNGLIA BLUFF THURSDAY Hr/'l.tlt'uham. ISII:) ItamvlsfO to .
other :!!: dry. Mt-rritt A Co -
.1 i prompted by
-- NIGHT. TRAINS AT 8, 8:30; AND! SHITS.Kr .
.l': '1'" -ne did. I j I 4. LAST TRAIN RETURNS AT '. I GUAM) KXCTKSIOXTo
__ I 1 This weather makes thegf'U Kings County IO\I. Halter to orderI'.r
.1NU 11:50. TICKETS 25; CENTS, AT Lizzie Burreli. In distressKu JJ
Eta DANCE AT You D E POT. Ocean 11-1, Mat tsen. to S 8 I,' 0
"LI A BLUFF THL'US- :, ; grow. can buy HARKSXorAlfXanJer I P

I'.Hf.' TRAINS AT I K sW! keen cutting Lawn Mowers Lawrence,Haaversen, I .

I.\rirKKis: 25
I KeriKller. loll, Feeko, to I'.aars, Iuu-
r. I Willis Hardware Co's.e I 1 wody s Co I

It Colurubim.. I'aroili. to order ;
LOBBY Kus 1.1 ilia.1'."l Burke, to I'eii'ncola I.umI' c

Ac ...................... .. .....*'" ber Co Greenville, Montgomery and
-. rar 4',.9'**s**###......,.."........AIiI...................... r -- 1 : Nor Mntaura, ll':J, iiruusgaard, to s: VSbotterCo "' Birmingham H iturday night, July

M-HUO.NtRS. 1JMC4) leaving Union depot at lu':30o'clock :
Senate Bill No. 172: To be entitled ( Am Carne A Norton, 4>;7. Eastman, I on regular: passenger train.
A FRESH SHIPMENT" OF "An Act to define lobbying and to to J 110 A Merrill .\:.Co, Rfturniti},', leave Birmingham Monday
lr lieoixiaiiA. 71 "COlt. to order
prescribe the measure of punishment Union 7:', Foster Kuatoo, to master 'I at 10Wu.: in. Montgomery
at 2 p. m. Thib may probably be the
.- __' n ,_ n-- for persons convicted of the same."
--.- UP, CLEARED! AND 8AILKL: FOK t'Er< last two-day excursion going north.
Upon its passage the vote was: SACOLA.: Coffee and refreshments will be

HAMS. Yeas-Messrs. Borden, Bryant Coulter 1IT1Uf8HIP8.: served on the train, going and re-

.. .SMITHFIELD Crosby, McKinnie Pirrong Rogers, Beatrice, Kr.'Ia', I'5wt'cI.: I. Edwards Lou, Schreill, Penartli, MaysHeUlueborg turning. Fare for round trip, to
Greenville and >
Montgomery, fc i 50;
.... _- A. _- -_ --_ -- I Roseborough, Wolfe and Yancy-13. Llan'auiiur.ilam May 14 lir, da. Crotton at KOLtt'r.j' to Birmingham, !3 50. From Cantonment -

.,;-. "-,, Nays-Messrs. Bristol Brett, Cal- uieroI.aniliaiii. I 'Tis Wise aud Century: same as I'en- #
: Br, hid Harwick June tfFortutalete InjunctionThat For further
houn, Drake, Johnson, Kirk, MYERS, ; lir, :!:>"Jenkins, at Hamburg information ap-
4 JUST RECEIVED. jf j Smith of 30th Smith of 31st, Summers May :M ,. i is set forth in the accompanying ply to
f Sllnrllal..Ir.171. Hall Md Sbl..ldsJunet ROUT. KING orPETEKTHOMAS
and Wilkinson-11. (Senate Journal.) j Scotia Br,UI New \ ork J one 15 illustration. But how to ,
TMickenbam. Kr, sld cantos June li'Zazpirak
Hat.?!pan,sid Bilbao March tt keen cool in warm weather if a coal Excursion Managers

FRESH FLORIDA SYRUP For Over Stity \>ara. i SHIP tove is u-ed in the hou t? The up-

MH. NVISSLOW'S sooxHise SVKCP batborn ;Knclvmion.: Kus U1 w. lid East London to-date housewife solves the problemby VIRGINIA
used for over sixty years by millionsol Ma re a \1:1 COLLEGE ,

: IN GALLON JUGS, 75cts PER GALLON.I mothers.ith purled for their success.children It soothes while the teething child. \ntOii>. reTf.,6ld 11\FKK Paliua May 15 This adopting saves time the Gas labor Rinse and instead. For YOUNG IADIK9, Roanoke, Va. I
eohl tasttle Rumsallays all pain.cur.., wind I'.ie., It MJ l'ablellay May 25 worry; Opens Wept IU. liar One of the leading i
colic tun! t> the best reuWy for Inarrhoea llu,{o. Nor WM. at fable Bay March 7olive gives convenience comfort and Schools for IUUUK Ladies In the ti-ub.
i It will relieve the poor little sufferer im I; Mtunt, It.lid Leith Jan 12 New bui'dinm, pianos and equipment.
WI: IIAXDU: I mediately. Sold by Druggists; In every can Virginia It. -la Malaga,April IV cleanliness. Xo heat, no ashes, no Campus ten ai-reg. Grand mountain cene-
of the world. Tmenty-flve cents a bottle. ; -- --- dirt. Once used never discarded. ry in Valley of Vu? famed for b "ltb. Koropean -
Be sure you ask for"M n.Winslow's Sooth Of what does bid in Any size sod Amerran teacheis. hull course.
a tate or style desired furnishedby 01'
M. F. Gonzalez & Co's Cow Feed ng Syrup,"and take no other kind. your |I Conservatory advantages in Art, t IIIIC and 1i
I mouth remind you? It indicates the Penaacola Gas Company at a I Elocution Mudents from thirty Hiates. .
that your stomach Is in bad condition very moderate cOit.Pensacola : For catalon ue add rmiMAlTlKF.
V. &
A. M. j .
and will remind you that there ,
l anokl', \a
is nothing so good for such a disorder !
A regular communication -' WMM W M MM HM MBM MMW
of Escambia '' as Chamberlain's Stomach & Gas Ca | Everybody has
Lodge, a right to a little
No. 15; F. & A. M., will be Liver Tablets after barium once j piece of this earth. But they must

SOL CAHN & CO. A held at 8:0U< o'clock p. m. used them.the They stomach cleanse and and invigorate No. 3 S. Palafox St., Peimcola., FU .1 fight for it. They must watch their

Tuesday, June 24th. regulatethe - chance to get it, and get it.
& bowels. For sale at 25 cents
Visiting brethren arecordially box by all druggists" and medicine per "I Never Kn w Pain Killer to I'ail Thos. C. Watson &; Co.

# STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERS, invited. dealer before, what caa the matter be? have Home particularly fine bargains
I GIBBS Where is the bottle? There I to offer just now, and they invite : '
Corner Palafox and Intendencia Streets. secretary."Callfor If you wish the z'eryJest 'thought so; it i* not Perry Davis' : you to come and investigate same i ; Ii

'ice creamfreezer at the very''' Painkiller at all, but something the You will never regret having done I t
STEEDMAN:: CIGAR. I druggist must have made himself '''to. .
Telephone 178. ." .* Pensacola, Fla. = Save the Bands and look in 4 lowest' price, the Willis and I did not notice it; I have used ..I -- -- - I

I Premium Catalogue for your Hardware Co. can please Painkiller for year for diarrhcpa, I will repair your watches and

.%%%%%S%%%% S' prize. you.; I I never cramps failed.and "stomaen ashes: ana it Jewelry Stephens.In fim-claas style. J. 1 ( I Izi


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II ItJ I I J I ,. I VENEZUELAN REBELS A Total! Eclipse.Any Pullman PETITION Conductors FOR WAGE In All INCREASE.Sections I),I Mrs. Fred,

i 228 Territorial Street, Benton Harbor, Mich
Ask For More Wages. I Ii i No

II I ADAINVICTORIOUSc man nn: produce a total eclipse j Atlanta. Ga.. June IS.Pullman cat i ___ --- -- -- ---
the sari so far as he hiftiself is con- conductors !in all parts of the United J "I am pleased to give my hers, 3.3 are th -
; by holding a dollar close to his
asking' with Wine of trlunipna atCardui
11 Town the States are signing a petition experience
Capture Seaport on eye. The" total eclipse healthy WI.'
of health is often \ I for an inrr"a in wages The conduc- as 1 am very grateful 1
produced fer
jl i Gulf of Coro. 3 in much the I tors at present receive SC5 per month bOb its help.born After I could my first not a woman ml'4Una.\w-ii{."' : .

i same way, by letting for the first six months or service and y was strength ? suffer torture, at
to regain my
, the dollar shut outfrofJ
t NAVAL FORCES SUFFER LOSSES view all other ,/ $75; after they have served one year. although the doctor gave me It Ii tl:," w'lan .
I I I furnish their ; Jn -\\ h,) h3 f. .
things and interests.A I They are expected to a tonic: which he considered ;
ti i i l1 I for wealth with own uniforms. The conductors claim very superior, but instead of gees-who< fear '. '
great many people; pay .
Coro of State of Falcon, of
I health and admit at last that they have that owing to the increase i in the price i i getting better I grew weaker bPCOminq! a il. "'r

; Where Vice President Ayala Is In made, a poor bargain.; In the chase of I of the necessities of life it is impossible every day. My husband of tarol.ut: LUI' h "
home one evening with }(r,. Prat ["11"<1'11. a 11" II: d=
dollar mltin
the people are too to take and this IIs i
their ,
; Command of Government Forces, Is time to mf-et expenses some Wine of eardui and in. h,t.' ,
eat choose
to regularly or
. proper especially! Tnphasized by the mar and strain-irregularities whi
. -Surrender Expected. I f fj food, the stomach becomes disordered or silted that I take it for a week see are
f Besieged diseased, the food eat- ried men. An increase of $10 per what it would do for me. As he seemed sp0nslble for barrenness a:. ,

I Wlllem ta
1 I j j of A and physical breakdown The petition, it is understood, originated -! imdicine and was very grateful to fwd healthy and able to pail tiu.q .
13. reached here
-News today ac In two 1ancyan.l chlllblrth, win.t ,
strength !
comes. In St. Louis where it received : my
i Important success of the Venezuelan A" Dr. Pierce's Golden wuks I was out of bed and in a month I 11I$. After the ordeal u pa,:
: rWomen! I 230 signatures.; The paper is now K I} I
j I \\ fnrI11
usual duti.s. ins a. WOlllan
revolutionists.j /1 .," Medical i Discovery was able to take up my prepares a
tours' ""edges =\, k cures diseases of the Ing thf rounds of the cities in the wpst I j very enthusiastic in its pra.ise." recovery to health: .an 1 II' .
After five
I fighting '
l A Desire lor I Perfect Figure U Inseparable .: t ::-.. _) stomach and other organs and has not yet come south of the OTfERIUOD i3 the nolJIest duty Wine of Cardui, in r03-lIlt. .
from a Lot of the Beautiful. ,:! day June 11,1,000 revolutionists, commanded \ Ohio rivtr. i I
It .It' of digestion and [M] and highest privilege women organsofgeneration: hasma-
t The scent of the violet or rose is a! by Generals Rlera Penalo f /. nutntion and so enables can achieve oraspireto. Ithof women who hal given U:
precious as the lovely flowcis whoa and Slerralta captured LaVella! da \ the strengthening of the Trenton, N. J., Incorporated out this privilege women do not ever becomingmother.Wi:: '

breath they arc, and while the li\es ol 1! Coro a town the Gulf olCoro. "\ \ i body in the only way by Trenton :X.: J.. June 18.-These com. get all there ij: ill lifetoo.often tli"r111 cure almost any case 'fg "
seaport on
flowers art brief and we can only enjoy ,\ Chich strength can be obtained .) through the world discontented, except caw of organic tr,. .
I them for a ,I.,: the beautiful woman give:! The naval forces suffered, 12: by food properly panics were incorporated here today: \\ r:1l'p..luin: their own selfish cares can you refuse to take su. a

the pleasure: i>f her fragrance to us as a killed and 2S! Were captured, rJ' I. digested! and perfectly assimilated The Cerro-l'asco Investment company and troubles! How different is the that promises such r..heffrhappy .
jiemianent l.i:,--,-..inThe soft fragrance II I, ,' capital $10.000.000, to do a gen
mother watchintr her childrenVine of Cu-Jui simply :
the : of i
i Coro. capital the state of Fat
of a Lcjiitmil '?nun invests: purity! \ti!} I r "I suffered/ for freer years with eral! transportation business. The grow into lIIanhOt an.1 womanhood strong woman, and ,'1' .:
Mall and i-K-aan.\ c; she is the refinement con. where'lP I'residei.t Ayala is In pain ID ru\ ,tomach w that at Railway Supply company capital $1. A mother lives as many lives a3 she has WtJlJl..n do nut suff..r. I .
of inuiAitiou; ; an index always of good times I cotildii work nor eat,"
Lute md an unerriiig IJ.\tlge of gentility command of the troops of the govern write1Mr Frank Smith, of 200,000, to do a mining manufacturing chil.Iren-their joys: an,1 sorrows are ward to m\therL ",..1 WI'.. :
i mint is besieged! by the revolution' t.1 I Granite C ha fire Co Colo "I and transportation business.
I about sickness
wrote to
BRADFIELD'SFemale I Isis and when these advurs left La- \im my .
ard \\a> told 10"(1l1r mrdicnir A. nll1n '
t Vt-lada Coro was: expected to surrender uhlch I did with good WINE of CARDVI tar" nff J'i -..
Regulator resuitI only u-ed four but- .
at \\11I I
any moment. I'
tie-of Gulden Medical I)i in rt't"l.tllngthe: lunar llCrll)4l" iu woman After a revolt of the government pry,' and must say that I am
jicnnits t>i wrinkles, pale elicits or entire! cured. and feel like anew The flIowinlettpr; from RobertR.
torturetlnerves It troops! in the barracks at Ciudad Bolivar n an and I can lihhly rrrnnuucudcur
atblshapt 1esifigures ii ." Watts of :Silem. Mo.. !N ill.t'ucth'e -
Ifature'rcnn 1 4; lhe ,lriijU>t MiayofTfitomctbin ('dJlitalJf the state of Bolivar, nit to inS'UCfrr.The : : "I have been troubled with THE NEW GROCERY STORE

;; cNe: and call it "just as pool" Governor Sarria retreated to Port Tab People's Common Sense :Medical ],idnt f di-ease for the la-t five

but t1.! ..: nn n 1 n. tl: organs will ii'jt l Ic tlo- l lecn laon the Orinoco where President Adviser, uoS pages, free on receipt of years.: I lot flesh and never felt o -- = : = -= = -- ..
t Castro
has; sent him 600)/ men with instructions
Try nir l\> ."..:'uitor. Of all druggi its :t. Send n one-cent stamps for the paper- and tried all reinedie* ?uf-
to occupy Ciudad Bolivar. covered edition, for the '
Our tii.iti,1HI: "IVoman"nLtilcifree. or 31 stamps Bested without relitf. Finally I WILL MOVER
THE OA The plan is here considered to be chi- .:luthbound'olume, to Dr. R. \'. Tierce,
BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.. ATLANTA tried Foley's Kidney Cure and leis
Buffalo N. Y.All .
merical. The French cruiser Sucnot
tliau two bottles completely cured
in I at Carupano Venezuela The British me and I am now sound and well." Keeps a Complete, First-Class, Up-to-Date Stockof

O'RORKES: GET FORTUNE. I cruiser Alert Is at Ciudad Bolivar SxiulV (tollec OiforU.Perb.its W. A. D'Alemberte. 121 S. 1'alafox. Fine and
Staple Fancy Groceries.
-- rte education
; most expensive -
and the Dutch cruiser Kronl Re-
+ Establish Claim to Estate of $2,503,000: in the world! is
: enjoyi-J by the unt'rII'u.ttes -
genies has arrived at IaGuira.SALVADOR NU 30 W. Government St.
In Old Country. il! of All Souls' eollogo. Ox- Salisbury Block

Atlanta. Jui.e li --H. C. O'llorke. an I GREATLY EXCITED. fonL There are usually! bat four of CASTORIAFor TItPIIO: 327,
them in residence: nil of them on the
Atlanta man. "\j>fts soon to coma in. I .
i i foundation, with: just crouch: to keep Infants and Children.
to po ssrssr.: "f a fortune of no small State of Frenzy Over Recent DecisionIn

proturtiuLA! I I Burrel) Case ,them>v tiicol comfortably ll! 'j!,:e their rooms The college nlot'tv The Kind You Have Always BougMBears ICE AND WOOD.

Ol'.orke 1 Ia proprietor of the Maine 'j New Orlean, June 18.-The lates n \f'UUI'S npi.roHch f 1.l"J H) a year.which

loifl) at 10 Walton: Miet.. The news news from the republic of Salvador. !-Ii.pii.J: ; gite an excellent: education: to thetgignattue //
| via Guatemala, indicates a state of WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH L.' GER TRADE 1
nf hit gd f"rtu1JJ was brought him !' toir Y' \\iis; men. nut11 Souls' de- ofuu :

}Mrnlay by his !first (''iinln, Frank frenzy aroused by tho recent decisionof vtitis its coney niaiuly to the supportof THIS .;MMER THAN EVE I EFCRE:
the Washington; court of arbitration fellows: and the cult of good living,
() HOI:1": die: .t stares HI the ,'\c..1t'lJt
.' lurk In the Uurrell case. j and the uuolltr; uatl's get their ttlu- ----- SEND US YOUR ORDERS NCW.

good i The president of the little republic cation! l>y arrau;:euifiit from other col- t

The torture 'iiu-slinii, it is claim and most of the member of the ni I li'ies.-London Chronicle. n the latet'See Thompson Olsen Co.Manresa i
I L dui L. I ar & Go'sadvertirement c
f<\. M In Ir. Ui'd and! amount to $2.- tional aseniliy! have signed! a prosun- ] l hilt in ..

511ItoIn.lart of it art liil < ash in bark clanitjnto to tho people declaring that $100 ii\v.\ii .SIOO. another column. Street Telephone 14V.

and the rtrjuaiiiiltT\ in valuahld real the dfod.ion of the court wa* a scandal I : TLeieaJt-rsof this papfor will be ,

.."tatfIII t..!liii the 1] and! a crime. That the jUi gl'S'er
!{ story ji-stenlay plt-.i--l t"> learn that! theniat I..I-t

of his puoj ioi mil- Frank O'Koiko bribed that the Salvadorean representativea ; nne ilrsM-Jcil iii-.-a'l tj that Defence FRANK SECARI'S BATH HOUSE ESTABLISHED 1583.
were treated in a scandalous - -----
*'Bitt. !1'a* ht>f'lI able to cure iu all itta;*
i I fashion and that Dr. Zaldlvar. one of t Deep water ?ea bathing niht McKENZIE
"A number of or OERTING & CODAL
y.i-ars ago my grand and that i catarrh.. HaIr Catarrh .
the Salvadorean representatives W1 j day, for white people only :Special: ,
fatter. \Vlllum O'ltoiUof! ()nllllna.
Cure i- the
j recreant to hill trust and now is in Ei only positive cure nowituown compartment for ladies, with lady at Q &S8 IS 0
han Castle, t' iiiLty of L.-tnni. Ir lan'J.
to the n.fdical tendant. Neatest best and cleans
1 rope to serape th" reiiult of his ac fraternity;
died leaving r.o will! an I supposedly mh I tions. {Catarrh befog: a con--titiitional die bath house in the city. Baths 5 and

,,!rs to Lis estate, valued at $2.'IO.'h! )i)'). !i ] fi-e, requires;; a constitutional treat cent. FRVX'K SHJAKI. Ship Chandlery General hardware,

"Ao-ordSrs 'o the laws 01 Ireland '! nittit. }f all'sltarrhCure is takrtinternally i Cor. Cevallos and Zarragossa Ms
I Nebraska Republican Convention. acting directly the 608 AND 605 8. PALAKOX 8TUf: T.:
the estate tame the property of thJo' s' --
Lincoln. N'eb.. June IS,-The Republican bl?*>d and mucous surface of the --AGENOy. --

until the ruhtful heirs I : state convention will lie calladat -y-t"tn: thereby de-troyiii''the foundation ltalsamafrarulbelorcaernlroodP REVERE COPPER COMPANY. JOHN A. ROEBLING3
could be found After due advertising i ace 1II P..I-B"" ctrU CUId for couhae
tit the Ji ea and th
i 7 o'clock this afternoon with sevenoriginal giving GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUfi.SEL & SON'S PUMPS!
a man Lam d Titer Itorko, of Cur!:. pati..nttr"lIgth! by building; up th I
I candidate for
Ireland: dainifd! the! cutate and ram ;I ; still actively !In the the field governorship and two c.otitutioll and u--itiug; nature in Cum Cerdiji glad, Dill! tactical Imlroaiais, hart, iiehrs, htlitCOMPASSK9.1X509 : t
its work. The alf.r3TORZA.:
I doiiig
\-ry Lear >-i ittMshing! tits claim before proprietors
w> KRof for d.'.tth of our kinsman, II I or three dark horses who claim to SP* have *o much faith in its curativenaw Bean the 1ta Kni: Yin Ha.a A1'AaS; aJ 6/I/! KTO i
a propcct of political lightning strit ..r-, that they oiler One Hundred Bpature McKenzie Oertinif Collecting A .
\Vhn "A e IIIUM! of tli true state ofafTalrt JJ.I--- ciation.
; in { them. Two days and nights of ca'i- llnilarfur any case that it fails to of !
: I x\iii 'oniiiiisr.loiii the >
as '
ruling bai failed to 'cure. Send for list of testimonialsAddress J
j simplify the guber.
fpretr.'atui, to no to Ireland anl'ablh j : F. J. CHKXEY & Co.,
[ natorlal fight and the individual coal
the claim of .>'Y cotitin and Toledo, O.Lrs..l.1 .
I dpnca of the seven candidates is Marston $ Quina are sole The Star
blf! to the fortniu'" un- by Drua'S; ;;>ts. 75e. Laundry j
I haVn. The estimate of the
their probable agents for celebrated ,
On I HermulitT :3: lhltr.: O'Horke ----- -

i >'S he ,l"It I lor Ireland and without I strength in the initial ballot i ill: Odorless refrigerators
Roborison! 25n; ; Black 2i>0.; Sear s. If you want: :a nice present to give Biggest Busiest Best i
any May! fotat.lisheil! their claim to i I 150.'); :McKey./ ISO); Wilson. 110; Jes to a friend, go and look through;. the absolutely guaranteed or ,
half the fortune and within a tow elegant line of suitable articles at
I 100 DIn! refunded.There's ------ ---- -- 1
sen. ; more, 75. money
months showed beyond! H doubt that 1 J. I. )Stephens, you surely can fine j.

he and his rousin R. O, Itorko.. and I II I cteething to please you. If you lots
a third kinsman (I.V., O'Korke. of Died Pauper. Owned Fortune. want anything: in the Diamond line in real estate-lots money of A be real made .

Pitteimri T.wl're the ntlitful own I dew York. Jun H.-In the bas e be sure to see him before you buy. sign i* usually a lneer-board estate to \l\re\ Gather Op Tip s I

inert of No. 65 West Houston street,
ere of th rr it", .;1 alt. i Thos. C. Watson &
)( 1 which was both his home and won k- Co. the leading Real Estate firm
IF YOU ARE eyAAr Fr.-m all parts of the j
i shop Camille: I/pcioine have otTers f, city.
Reid it in His Newspaper. j has been funvl some which it wouldbe

UfoorJ Selaub, a well known Oer- dead In his pocket $Ii''i 75 and a pnI1i LOOKING FOR BARGAINS worth your while consider. Go Our delivery men will call :at.. !,
and them
i watch' and chain : see to-day dou't wait
were found. In a I b i c., Y r
man citizen of New Lebanon, Ohio, till tomorrow Wl.HEat any time tLat suits y< I
i were found deeds of property es'i- \ y
f i.; a ntint reader of till Dni/f-tn
mated to be worth $:>'l.ono. but he 1I'e.1IIk Write or telephone u- and we'lldeavcr '
Furtive Ht ten I will sell
lh.6fu il. He knows that thi* a man in dire poverty and died SOUTHERN STATES LUMBER COM

paper :aim to advnrti-9 only! the untaxed for and alpce. A kitten that you any article now iu stock at a PANY. to serve you Letter than

best IB it* co.u un, and when lie saw was his only companion Uy hfsiJe di-coutit of 2:; per cent from the regnbr Notice is hereby given that fourteen Luuudry can. 1

C Chainberl tin'! Fain BilniaJverti.edtherein th,' body of th. miser F...-moine was price. Think of It-you will 14 First Mortgage Bonds Ofthe SOUTHERN

for ::lIl1'h.tck, hit did not !57 years of age and was a rlevor m '- save Si} on a diamond ring or pin STATES LUMBER COMPANY, Nos.

e hesitate in buying a battle of it for, chanlc and n. nufactur?. tools and where at regular price it would cost 433,487,398.505,16,489, 410, 335,; ALL WORK C. 0. D. Goc s Calld[ rent std d rlimEdFrli I

hi" wife 'ct.." for eight week had dyes used In the manufacture of art 1' 494.502,89,66,51 and 328, have been
?ilhJ.Oee 2:; !
; you save cents on drawn by lot for redemption from the TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST. I
utTereJ wits test Moist '.f every dtlbr'worth you buy. :NowU amount to the credit of the Sinking Fund .
i her b irk and l'lIulI"t no I ci ic ,
He ay- : "After u-iiu the Pain i the time to buy your diamonds or and will be paid for at the rate of SI.025 WALKER INGRAHAM Manager.KIDNE'f

Balm for a fw d iys my wife aid tome Cures Eczema and Itching HumorThrough watch or any other article in ,tock per bond with accrued interest, at the .

: 'I fetls l ; III )l1.h horn !anew the Blood-Costs Nothings Call and tffice of the Knickerbocker Trust Com - -
to It. very che-ip. examine pany,66 Broadway New York, on the
and before',- the entire r'H1tI'I1IIf s i! Try
the bottle .e l1uh'trahl.Ilil.\ .* K. B. 15. ('Botanic Blord Kalni) i h :geld*. Remember, this oiler i< for first day of July, 1902, after which date i Medical Society, Attention.

had f'ntll.'auIIiAd: :mdhe c.illld I| ten days. No trouble to how said bonds will cease to bear interest. There will be a regular meetm* '
now recognize a* a certaiii ;ni.d 5-ure
again; takf i;; !l'r: houiHhold dutins/ ;zlod. J. I. :STEPHENS.112S KnickerbockerTruit Company, DISEASES I the Pea;acola Medical Kociety *
He H very ttiauk'ul auJ cure for Kczf-ui.i Itcliiii- ,:-klL, Hu- ByFRED'KL. ElURIDGE, I I the Board: of Health office -
all fuJerin; likewise will hear of niora, :ScabScale*. Vatiy Blu- : uth Falifox treet. i'oaw First VicePresident.DEPARTMENT ..oaatrsa ''i i o'clockp.m.TuesdayJune 1\ at

her wonderful recovery. This valuable i- ter; Pimple AcLinBvIf.: : or ate UM COlt fatal of'U' dJa., | Visiting physicians are cordiai

liniment b* for saU by all dru;;- Joint. Boil*. Carbuncle*. Prickling; LAW I'I Invited to attend.
gi-t and medicine deiler- :
1 DR. E. F. KRI
Palti in the Skin. OM: Katit :-'t'rf*. I ItPreside

Ulcer, etc. Botanic Blood Balm -oF- ml rvt1 KIDNEY' I
Sheriff Saves Negro's Neck. eU rl. I DR. W. c. DEWBEP.Y.iijo25ttf .

Wheeling.V! V.i.. June ls.-t'haresBcott. taken internally, cure tie! watt and John B. Stetson T U L O IIIftlllu Alt eaHJ Secretary.

' the c.?ro who hliot ami, killed must deE'p-"ettt..j cases by eunchiijj; UniversityDo I I

: Samuel Jones and Mrs John N. Dull, purifying and vitaliziu:; the blood. Do Laud, Florida.. cr mans refunded. Contiinittmtdlu Marston $ Quina carr-

lat night and who uas threatens thereby givin a healthy: blood up- 1 the largest line
the r. KOUUKS. l'h. I).. President. ALBKKT. FAItlUH LL. B.. Dean recognized eml- of matting
with lynching; by the Hungarianfrl'Bd ply to kin. Botanic Blood l Bale by I

:. of the murdered woman was is the only cure. to Hay cured for rail IVriu (.'omnu'iicv* WoiliieMla} October 1 IHO( *'. Dent phytlckns u the test foi I\ rugs, window shades, etc .

) I these awful annoying kin trouble T\\ LI YEARS':: l'Ol"R -The law Department of in the city. We lay our
spirited away by the sheriff during th.j| | Other remedies may relieve but B. atao-year'cour..lradngtotle : C stetson University 4'ves: Kldnsy and Bladder troublu. I

Bight The sheriff accompanied by 12: R. B. DEGREE At t1r Tu THE BAR-Thedtploma matting free.ADMINISTRATOR'S.
actually cure, heelrrety of the Law Department of John B. tR1Ct Art an. I.....
Slot-on famrsity: admits to the Bar.
I; guards escaped with him unobserved I sore. and gives the rich plow l o'f
lot.RTH ER lNK<
IRMATION h.'orthlt W.
Announcement A.
: and managed to get him to Steubenville j I health to the -kin. B. B. I3. build* up sireainturmatoaregardogtheLaw Iepartmentaddrese of l.-3,8nd all other d" D'ALEMBEBTE.I.W.HARFER. NOTICE.

where hi was safely placed la i the broken-down body and make ALBERT J. FARRAH. Dean of Law Department Estate of L. .1. Kimberly, deceased.
the blood red and noun-bin ;?. Over De Notice U hereby given that on cue
Jail. Land
VDU voluntary testimonial of I day of July A D. Ivri. I will apply Ie-
Honorable Probate
!'by Botanic Blood Kalia < B. B. B.) ---- Is counly.l'1orlda.f oa Judge discharge of Esram from
Chronic bronchial trouble and i, Druggist; $l. Trial treatment free' 81a J administration! aid estate
riuminer cou;Jis can he quickly r i i Tulane University of Louisiana. WILLIAM KISHEB
Baley Ja27oam:
lieved and cared bv Foley' }iou ., Administraf

and Tar. W. A. D'Aleuiberte, 1=l'and:, frt e medical advice given until' Now OrlOAns. .
S. Palafox. 1

o4LB'rcxIA: EDWIN A. ALDERMAN LL.D. President.
t"u $ Hare FlxafS 8GH6oAtnle IThe I Happy HOllie -

ce ; : wells ;, Full Courses in Lanua,(es. Sciences Engineering.: Law, Medicine. Pharmacy Art. KENTUCKY KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
evrn Separate Departments. Smeen Building. Eitenslve Librarl-j. Laboratories'aad -
furnished home. Marston < W ork.hops. Splendid 1'rpartment for Women In the Newcomb College. WHISKEY Peonacola Lodge No. S, K. of I**
i Tulane makes leaders in all vocations.! Its facllltiei for Instruction
4 1 $ Quina can supply tll tb 80ulb. Ei hiy-.U instructors and Ii3: students Ian lesion. Many are unsurpassed : meets every Monday eves'
you 10 the academic department to Louisiana scholarbhin ing at 9:00 at Castle Hal:
easonable household : with all needed in the way ll.3for .eiuon. Board and lodging open in dormitories low Expenses rates.! or Opportunities scholarship aTordt'd student! IameLq \ la the Bloont-Watioa
<:<:]'Y and kitchen utensils at the j' of house furnishings at the for academic college student",work will for bo selt turned-belp.away In the from Academic inability: Colleges to pay! no tuition.boy. If Next properly session prepared be. Visiting Building brethren.third floor.cor41.Iweloomed. ../

l' giasOciooerist. Send for
'. : Willis Hardware Co.'s. owest prices cash credit. Catalogue. M.C.ur PBILL,
I|I Address, R. &:, BRL'FF, Secretary ii sou IT Daiaieisser urn. 'r H. HOBSLIB. C'O

I 8. a. 8.
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-- Judge Bennett Resigns '

.....STEAMSHIP3.- -- ...-- - -- - I Brunswick Ga., June 18.-To the JUST r'f ment.will The voters of the entire coun- J'

Jo'. 1C great surprise of the citizens of Brunswick ty vote on the above-named coun-
k l >* -r-- ONE officers, including: the chairman and
| as well as to the
members of the

OCEAN TRIP :. bar Judge Joseph W. Bennett this afternoon WORD that word_ is I i except secretary the of justice the executive of the committee peace and I!.

announced at a called session 1 constables, and the candidates for ,
a I J Jit
l 'io NLW YORK, BOSTON ;t of the Brunswick Bar association that Tutt's i county office! who shall receive a ma- 1 t

AND ALL he had tendered to Governor Candler jority of all the votes cast for that ,:

: EASTERN RESORTS his resignation: as judge of the Brunswick I :H refers to Dr.Tutt's Liver Pills and office shall be declared the ccoinee tl

L circuit. Judge Bennett retires t : In the event a candidate does ..:
not re-
Yia \ again enter the practice of ]aw. The Are ,
Q you constipated?
i ceive
the Qty a majority: of the votes cast, an-
bar association will meet again tomor, Troubled with Indigestion Infants
i Sick headache? other primary election will be held on for and Children. I

l Ub> AN 5TEAMSHIP COMPANYi : J}, I row afternoon to nominate a successor ; \irtigof the 12th day of August. 1&U2! !, to choose ,
"- Si I E8IOH SFK\I E 'I I I to Judge Bennett for the unexpire. Bilious? i i between the two candidates receiving Ca..toria i* a harmless substitute for Cantor! OH, Part'I.I. i; I

l JO Hour of Ocean Breeze f* term. : Insomnia? i the highest vote in the July primary. gone, DroiK mill lothill'" Syrups. It is PIca tnt. ItCtJlltaiui

Sailings each WeeK f I \\Y of these symptoms and many others I The voters of the county at large neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic

I I' ruhcate inaction the LIVER-.. i: shall vote for the chairman and secretary Mih..tance. It destroys Worms and allays! reveri.shness.It .
3 from Military Honors for Major Grandy ; You N cod i of the executive committee and cures 1)ia rrlmn';\ and Wind Colie. It relieve Teeth- 'I'

I I Atlanta. June 18.-Major Luther B. i 'the lug TroMlilos and cures Constipation. It regulates the :i
." voters of each precinct shall vote I
Yrn \1 In>v I Grandy who died recently in the Phi]- i for Stomach and llu\t'l'ls, giving healthy and natural sleep. '
1 ". ... i, /( a member of the executive committee
.".t''nitty,. ( .t. |.M f Ippines, and whose body I The Children's P.mi\cea-Thc Mother's Friend.
< .il
i \ '.. v-i"ncall.hatd'"i i ';rewt F r back to Atlanta by his "'IdowlS T S PillsTake for the executive committee re- The Kind You Have Always Bough : I'

'n II.ou. &o: ;;:;;;:;- } buried yesterday afternoon at West- ''ceiving I the highest! vote cast shall bea -

II. ua Etc b.., To I view with mUltary honors. Funeral member of the executive committee ,
t tI
Bears the of
,, .. 1 Signature
in* tr? l ewm1. Ha.i .
4..4. .....1 ........:.. t I.. services were conducted at the residence No Substitute. until his successor shall be chosen in 'It ,
., ..... the
i .I1t. ems L .II. fl. year 1901.
f of A. G. Smart, father-in-law of
." K""7f1 K);' !i .
s )f f It'w I I
the deceased 263 Peachtree street, by Qualifications of Voters.

Rev. A. G. Spalding: THE PRIMARY I i Those, and only those persons shall II :
ir't.n.\I.; be permitted to become candidates before .0
;i or to vote at or participatein
i 13 the !schedule of the

wing, TUESDAY NIGHT''' ELECTION CALLA election the management who white of democratic this primary elec. In Use For Over 30 Years.
General I are
*nt steamer: French re[ er\r.0. aorta Y. H .u.... .M[ ,, w'(1.. ........
tors duly registered for the electionin
TilE NEWS prints for the : I.
a ... I
the and the .
year 1900 on 12,13 and ._ -
The Ladies' -
Aid Society of the ---
>f the merchants who hip -- ,
I 14th days of June 1902: who declare

,di to the various army Presbyterian church will give a ,, primary election of the democratic their adherence to' the principles and REMOVAL NOTICE. '

Trolley Party Tuesday, June 17th i{ party will be held in Escambia county. I' organization of the democratic party, /' I6.COO tn. N

nfiaeola .... ....._.7Oa.m. for the benefit of the church building \I Florida, on the lath day of July, A. D. national, state and county, who, if Awarded at Part G. H. Tuttle t

At nUll ,.... .._. ... ....... ..... 7:501 a. m. fund. Children's hours, from I i I&u2: for the purpose' of nominating they voted at the regular election Dr. ,
.kelitarracca .. ..... ''..._ to:. ". 111. candidates for the following offices held next preceding such primary
... .. .....__ has a. ra. 5:30 to 7:341. fare loc; ; adults, 7:30 to II I : election then voted the democratic Dr. J. G. Heard
n'"col\ .. ... .......... .. ..lo:15 a. m. 9:30 fare 25c. Ice and cake One United States Senator. ,
cream 1 ticket, national, state and PNAIAROCHEWINE
Warrant-as lllu: a. m. and then One Representative in Congress 2rdDistrict.
trip iu Fort McKt-e and tbtn rearraacfts. will be served on Fisher's hwn.I' countho, are by the laws ,! DENTISTS.

HI ranca, .. ........ ..... ..... 1.IS p. m. The Duty will start: at the junction: One Justice of the Supreme Court. of the state lawful electors of : I H M> 7 and !>, Matnnic Ti tuple. I 1!
aerie .. .. ... ..... .. .. lisa p.m. of Pdlafjx and Gregory street*.1!] One of State. the election! district in which they! CORDIAL < IIIS .
k-oia ... 4W:< > p. m. Tickets can be obtained at the juteItlon. Secretary offer to vote who have paid their poll All hraDi-hfd of Surgical. Opernma and
n' .. ... ............. ::I5 p. iu.ancas One Comptroller.Two Hijhut recoirmenditions for turf of Poorness MI'cbanll'alUl"Ulllilry performed \\fib technical .
HI\I p. m. and uialttim.d i I Railroad Commissioners. taxes legally due not less than ten ol Blood. Stomach troubles sod General De- (kill.Special .
..' .. return. days before suCh:: primary election is tih'v, Incrust the irretitc, sirentthcnj
One State Senator, :2nd District. the nerves and builds the entire attention given to l'blld.u'T"t'lb.loht *
I held and who shall up jrstera.
\\ sine-diy! ; and .Saturdays: the Two Members of the House of Rep-, when challengedby ; and I'orctta.ii Killings Cionu
ive 'Burancaj via Pick- Nasal resentatives. any elector, pledge in writing, upon S? rue Itrouot and Bridge Work.

I' ;'uicola: at 6:30 p. m. fcYs One Tax Assessor oath, before an inspector his honor to PARIS Beat Material Competent K<,uiprat nt.
CATARRHIn park abide by and support the result of such E. Feucpra & Cu. i' ;
YI :n-ral French is for army One Tax Collector.One AFrulA \, \.{, Telephone. 7M.Importers .
primary, and vote for the nominees
ally and outsider mu-t etc Treasurer. _
any all its stases there / ft ylW; County therefor. u
.i from the quartermaster fbouItI be ceatliucte.Hkr'EEYER: ) ? i Five County Commissioners.Three I
j I The conduct
inspectors to this e1ec.tien
iiU'f: 0 i her. Sj Members of the Board
Ely's: Cream Balm V -/' will be selected by the committee
of Public Instruction.One .
I .'f theH.ldlcaL"Ie : at a meeting to be held
tcUl"t'! }! *" t15 at the
STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE d'a-el; nu .,,n, or, Vew No. One.Justice of the Peace for District:: office of Judge T. R. MtCullagn, at t l WING HOP & GO.

It rurecatarhaeudr tee :L t. 7:30: p. m., June 24, 1902. This com-
'l'!" One Constable for Districts Xos. 1. These !
iy a cu..i tu uc Lead mittee will meet at Judge McCul- tiny Capsules are superiorIto
<> 1'I'n..a..It and ' 3, 4, 5 6. "of
n ''y.Cream lagh's office at 8 o'clock, Saturday Ihlum : Copaiba,
i ui.s llaily Kvtept: Sunday. R.iln is placed Into the nostrils: spreadsover One Chairman of the County Exe.cuti.c -I night, July 19, 1902, for the purpose of I O-'bebs and : Injections.I f\IY1i!\ 1 : and Dealers In-
the! mem' aud ia al orbed. lee:: ig Committee.
CUV OF TAMPA." > im- | canvassing the vote and announcingthe I They cure in 48 tours the Chinese and JapaneseFancy
med.ate and a cure follow! *. It is cot dryingdoesnot One Secretary the County Execu-
result of said election, and the inspectors I Mice diseases without anymcon-.
produce fr.eeimg. Large SZe; 50 eton:,at Drug-; tive Committee. ,
am LvrVniRcola.:30pm: will have then and there the Goods
taxi!!l ce. .01 D BY til DRUGGISTS
e it am Ar )yltltun r,: loW j-.ftscirbymai;: !; Trial !'izr,10 cents by BULL I i One member of the county executive ,
returns of said election if they have '
r i 1:..unJ trip.ft:.(>. ELY BKOTUERS. Warren Street.New York. Committee in and for Precincts Xos. ; w wEvery FINE CHINA TEAS
not been already forwarded to the ,
---- -- ---- -- -
i one to twenty, inclusive. chairman of this committee.C. 31 South Palafox St.

I i The State the Executive rules and Committee regulationsof hasprescribed B. PARKHILL.DAN' Woman Laundry Office Pensacola, Fla.NOT1CK. .
: MURPHY Chairman.
POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS the for state officers including .
I ( ) primary ,
Secretary. inlerrtic'l'I and ehoWdknowL -- --- -- -- -
the State Senator and members iCl A.t't about the WUndcdul .
I I '. ,etll 'RL Whirling Spray
of the House of Representatives, 'i.1 TLt Iltw Jntrtand I have been authorized to take
and the County Executive Committee, ILLINOIS DEMOCRATS. l .. -.
1 two S.M\" IWeta' subscriptions for Wm. J I'nningsBryan's
at a meeting held in the office of I ett- I".I'o".m'hl "The Commoner.The .
For County Commissioner. ltlleu.e.le.uai, paper,

Inr State Senator. I hereby announce myself as a County Judge McCullagh on the :Gth I They Select I State Ticket-Carter Harrison *.k,..r dnnriit fcr H.H lih' price is Jl.OO per year in ad-
.- .f Hon. \V. A. P.louut! I I day of May, 1902; provided rules and t 1 1i I Turned Down. h..'annotenppylbs.: vance. Those desiring the paper
candidate for re-election a< county i:i follows in accordance SIR' pl 0101 r
i regulations as ,
candidate have it them
rent to
arm a a can by sending
commissioner from district of K- other hut rend tump for \ 4
of 8 rlng '1d. Ill. June IS.-Carter .
with the platform and regulations -
from this, the t ec- i f 1.00 to the undersigned :
: ,: --trie, and repectt cambia county, subject to the actionof the State Executive Committee for the Han"ou, mayor or Chicago and \\:. fall I"onlo'III..n:.11 the democratic l 15.;
r 6 r., of all Demo- primaries July nomination of candidates for Tax Assessor Care News. "
l '-t Daily
.? and ak the support )f the voters. 11am Jeuiilr.t.-s! !: liijan were given an Room y-lc Times Hid,., New York.
'' Tax Collector County Treasurer
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ram j- coming primary.For ,
JOHN U. WELSH. icy deal by the Democrats of Illinois ----- --
CountyCommissioners, School
Representative. Hoard, and Members of the Executive who met yesterday in state couven
For Commissioner.Mr. THE GARDEN SECTION
'' it nd- of t>C'tt M. Luftin take County Committee: tion.A lit
ieauuf announcing him as a Frank Johnson hereby announces The names of the candidates for ticket was elrtted after bitter ('onI :

udute for K-'preientativ' in the' himself: a candidate fur these difleient: county offices and memo test with Hamsun and some "..nil:jtionsl o-OIF*_o

-lature: from K'!cambia county relectiou as county commissioner bers of the Executive Committtee must I scents on the floor of the ron- I.

ney desire the :support of all from district four, cambia: county, I be printed upon the official ballot to be j: vention hall. Tie ticket!! elected ie .n IFensacola .Florida : I
"crat in the corning primary.For subject to the will of the democratic nsPtl in bail primary election July 15.; I
voters in the coming primaries. He I'j02 and no blank lines will be left I follows:

Reoresentative. does this for the reason that he on said ballots and no voter will be Clerk of the supreme court John I. Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.

'lends of Henry C. Clot'toii.u'e J wants the office and thinks he can allowed to vote for or write the name 1 Pickering Springfield.

him a* a candidate for be of benefit to the bet interests of of any candidate on the said ballot. :i State treasurer, GeorgeV.. DuJIt" ;

t utative iu the Le.;NLituie the whole countIf his friend unless the name of the candidate be I I ton of Chicago.J Beautiful Lots for Sale.

E-'amLL1: county and request and the people interested agree} with printed on said ballot. J SUlle: illtelldpnt of public instruction ,

'I".rt;.| of all democnt* in the him, he will appreciate their .up- Each person desiring to have his I Ansoii L. llhss, of Ililleboru.Trustees 40x137% feet at from $75 to $200 each, according II

democratic! nrilllar '. port. 'name printed on the primarelection
I j of tate university Dr. Ja to location and surroundings.
ballot as a candidate for the abovecounty
For Representative. For County Commiss oner. offices and executive committee !, lia Holinefc Smith, of Chicago; J. A. --- J

: n-iid- "I l'tu. M. Cotton an- The friends of J.V.. Urewton of shall tile with the chairman of this I White, ot Urbana, and S. S. Paxtoa Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View,

!'inn aa candidate for rep- di..trict0. f announce him as a be- : of Monmouth.
county executive committee on or j High Dry Fertile Lands.
candidate for re-election from said ,
I. iv" iu the leKi-lature from fore the noon hour, 12: m., on the 24th j I The election of Chairman Hopkins
," and a-k the district, subject to the action of the
;'1 they
i ouuly of June A. 1) 1M2: his notice of
day produced the only fight in the conven
dt-inocrats the primaries: July 15. The for investment
'. '. M' iu com- candidacy and application in writingto 'I tion. The day was full of dashes between grandest opportunity ever
f\ have his name so printed upon a cffered in Pensacola.
Hopkins and Harrison. The two
For County Commissioner.I .
For Railroad Commissioner. blank to be furnished by said chair -

'..- tully tile rights of the hereby announce myself as a man, accompanied with a sum of men indulged in an acrimonious (|uar- Borne Seekers Should See These Lots. .
hdhJate' rel in the St.: Nicholas hotel the
i 'ir-'ilucers, to more cou- C.t county commissioner, money, assessed by the committee as : during I
.- '. '" hands uf the Klor- from di-trict, "subject to the actionof follow: morning. In which Hopkins bitterly resented

i i
Democrats who cratic primary July 15. .$100.00 i Later Harrison and his friends suI ?- .
D. \V. C. YAl i-l.irutiou: IJf prin- Each Candidate for Tax Assessor I ceedcd in beating Hopkins in the district -

: : ', in my platform. j|i 73.00;:; for Corner Garden and Alcaniz Streets. '
I caucus state 'ormitt.mdnI ,
I r: mi -ell t to any one For County Commissioner.The Each Candidate for CountyI
elected Thomas J. :
''1 i.-' .it \Ve-t Palm ft"ncll. f i iends of J. B. Roberts announce I I I Treasurer . . . . 73.00; ;:; V.cNallj.: ofI
I I Chicago in his sftatbut\ In the raucn 1".0. BREST, WM.lI KNOWLKH. W. K. HYKB, JR.. J. R, KKKBE.President. : .
It. HTDSOX I'.iniu. I him candidate for for '
as a re- Each County comi !
ehc.ion as county commissioner ,i missioner 10.00 !, of the general remittee appoint'd! ti.I Vice freb.dvat C..bltr18't CaFirst tI

for County Treasurer. from District 1, subject to the action Each Candidate for School I! select the chairman Hopkins pained ai I

j.t Frank K.: ira\vner! "f the democratic primaries July 10.00 ,i victory, being selected by a majol 'y

:, uuce Treasurer him as of a c K-cambia;indidate 15. They believe that the material Each Candidate Justice of Peace 5.00 of three. National Bank !

'y interest of the county demand hi* Each Candidate for Constable. C.OO .
; -
ibi'ct to the action of theprimaries
| ak .
re-election and tUey the supportof the Executive
for members of '
July 1 1.1; aud How Sntmirp Came to r Knlte*
'. 'In- -upport of the voter*. every democrat in securing it. Committee are not required to : The first men, armed with the simplest I
assessment. I OF PENSACOLA. FLA.
pay any 1 weapons or with none at all. purI .
t-or County Treasurer. For County Commissioner.I As soon after June 24! as possible a i 'I
I sued In the chase the animals that
..I', myself: candidate for announce myself a candidate: for list! of all candidates for above-named i DIH.MOTOH.WiWM. : !! ,

.. :to for; the position of I Illr'r..f election as county comuiiiouer fur positions will be printed in the newspapers i;|1 served them as of food starvation and being tore! !generally them- H. KNOWLES. W. A. BLOUNT, F. C. BRENT, W. K. HYER, Ji, I
Fjscambii: couu- district No. 1. at primary to be held ; and the chairman of the committee : in a state t .

..I t!,action: of the deino- July lath: and a-k for the support of will give a receipt for each : to pieces, their fin; ors' and de- j" D, G. BRENT, !

all democrat: ?. notice of ('at'llli.lar' ,' received and if round < u the spot tbe dish raw and 1 1I

'Iy. J. W. FlU TJoH. Lvi. DANIEI.L. after the :24th day of June any person I i I bloody. In time they domesticated an- ,

For Tax Assessor. For- -County- Commissioner-- off claims of the that list his of candidates name has publishedhis been left :i end imals invented that! os the''!Mtd loand them in spear hunting that I i i oedink! D mnU( _Z c Ae 1 DU o A hegg t So1 I ,

: iiiuouuce my-elf a* air The friends of \\' A. :'Ilt lu/ hereby : claim will be rejected unless he I I on.iled: them to kill their prey at agreater {

'''' r>--el..ction as Tax As- announce '.caiflijaov for reelection holds a receipt for same horn the I .
r-i-ambi.i county .ubject a- i.,'tiuty C'iiniuisiouerfrom chairman.If i| distance.The I f'We draw our own Bills of Exchange on Great Britain, Ireland

:.o i "i the democratic pri diiii-i \.,. J oi K-cambia number of candidates 'i knife was invented as an instrn- Germany, France, Austria, Italy, Holland, Bpain, Belgium Russia, Nat I

'> ".. county, -nhj-et to the action of the shall a be larger announced than were contemplated I I event of attack or defense or fur rough j ji way, Sweden Denmark and other European countries. "1

W. W. HII'IiAla.= democratic primaries: July 15, and i cutting and carving and, being: corny j I IVeBBels
when tie above assessment wasmade
---- -- isfc t..r liim the ntarty support of all the committee: if they see mun! worn on tbe person, was found! / Disbursed upon the Moat Favorable Terms, and thel I :

For Tax Collector. 1 .eillo r IIS.I can j convenient in eatinc and became in Obligations Taken Payable at Port of Destination Ten or Fifteen Day
:I ,, cut down the said I
I fit to do so. assess- ,
.hy atiuouiice elf as a after Vessel Arrives thers.
tny' time au of the table for rea-1
accessory 1
ac'forre-elH'tiou a. Tax Col- 1 I nr County Cuanull.aitliter..1f __ ___ __ __ I II
I II sons so obvious that they require no I :
i .Eca'nhla county, subject I I er due consideration I apPEali !'hl"tall> of 1'ptllal1t I explanation. 11'Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent in Connection .
<': ., '11 "t the democratic 1'ri.Ih' with which hare Prira partraent l
i .'.y nuuy friends mud the demotic of Painkiller I we a : for the Usa
i i. the record i Perry 'I
15.A. I voter* a; a candidate for the I 'a\'p.1' Pri-ni an Awful Fate. j of Renter. i ',
H.. D'Al.KMHKKTE. .m 't- oil (uuty commissioner from D.ivis'). but the hop= are full of Imitation ,

For I Collector.- -: --.-- JI-:. mat four of cambia couut\.. made to ;ell upon the ureat!: Kvrybiicly said I had con*umpi I

'u'.lid- of H nry elliiierau- Pi ir-niember me at the primtryelects : reputation of the genuine ; be caution I tk'n, ," write- )fri A.1.. Shield* of I '

..f the democratic Chanib-rs-burtr... "I low WE WILL'FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE! ;
tm as a candidate: for Taxi -ii party ?. therefore, when you ask for a I wa ?o .
15 ltll!'.!. I). M. )IEl 'i of Ecambii county, sub- July the after -'xr' ; Bath* of severe, sickness, I t1o\'i\
that : .
bottle to see you ge gf'UU-
Olive Fla. Writ for b ixtmoir "
be tewlay cur
: democratic primary to '
caued Hiy Fever and Asthma *i '
by I
unfailing for I l.ln lrat*d rala.o An remedy READ THE LETTERS
::v ", t'li-J.! and rnjue-t the ine. ,What t...iiiiul |
M I I '
tbou"ght umiduma prehum Jr pttrol* sad
that few I could well "
For Count CommisMuiier. j get ,
wr rTe fur wl mx
) bronchitis
II all Democrat*. cough cold, t* HID* aced Inn yon I 11
but I learned of the marvelous merit I our.icaM. WrptelowK-li ... ilnl if w.ta an.purrhswrnf "'ir.
The friend of U. Hathwell of --- a box c( | Jift .. ,
; tl ougl 11 T* tii/U
Par Member School Board. lof Dr. King'"ew Discovery for ] l or IMllr of I'rrfump
mull Springs hereby announce him I I a rh";...,,' ...n"'t.u..I.od
uds of \V. :M. As rtou liereoe Thos. C. Watson & Co., Consumption ued it, and wa completely y eon-e'pr-ill iir.imlhi-TfMrkrC 1\lou, :,

.. his c:1l1dh1H'for the as a candidate: from district for County No. Vof Commissioner K-cam he leading Real E=tate Agents, take!i cured." For desperate Throat j I ) l'bI., ..... .rc.tti'iUkrf..t r.t ,.r _uhl k.1,,'.VHL 1.-.INjfcJii.I.'!..... ToE 1'aiu.Cske: I I I, ,- l
a* a member: of tIlE M the worry oil the shoulders of the [ and Lung! Disease;? it is the safesti t tbrair-iiIw!.>b-llaonlT2i LumoC Soapwe
.tul from district No. 3, bia county, subject to the action of owners of property, manage the i cure iu the world, and U infallible ft a iO-1'lrre... hL..' Krt-IK > aNrWtintah ,

the democratic primiry the democratic primaries: July 15. renting of their houses and the collection i for Coughs' Colds and Bronchial Ito 4 tr'....$.(all uio.inti'.fd.w.wq.rdRrr.rn4 lur fa.l1llyll..1..11- ;.,
and a-k for him rT. ....., .
tae of thevoters. t. .
: ",tll. HI\J'!. I support of their rents as': conscientiously Atlectiou: Guaranteed bottle 50c. I am very much IIft.oS .::& mj ....n.., n-l "stunp.HFklmrn,.m < h..... f i'.n'hPI.* Tu' .'<*', I
_. !n! acvtlier bVjci k.., ....... .
-- -- they would themselves. and $1.00.) Trial bottles free at \V. A.D'Alemberte's,121 III p-t ur l I r..1.&n..01. tun, M mber Board Public Instruction. as M." ..tI.t Bl.SAWX. : f 'l,. i.ra-iear. -, Yo 'g M-i. n, It It114 I
I For Executive Committeeman.I Their charges are very rea=onable. South Palafox.Pyny.Balsam ._ run Vi'") ml r-nn.I. If t> .' t
": J- of Hon. Elijth Wild fem wr L 1.-.1
Ciondi rwr'Tfd tn-dar. My men are a: w a Teri t4
cauiliditei her..bIuuounc... -- ---- Stop the Tickling, TtH I......1 ".I. tnr.r arc p* W, ;.*.' >l w L ,Wetnmyoa.. JlOI .rnryrfir* value a* a I I Myself a? a whti'tlaTtlhrrcfctforr.! Hi, r.daaut"en..r. N e .I.W' ,.hlll. dn.' IrnP wi 11 Af tr
-.: -: a* membt-r ot the : candidate for member of the County Pocket cutler and scissors I tc1 1WcIJ snarl mSamma roc fa t r'kroatcA.STORIA. to a Ire fiajt. 1.... mere thin \x\ .1 t' lr JTT t'* C'M>t8 aijd rolfi't TIT: ; r
: ... tin. Au5La mTcTltx6e.* before us. l>..* d. I II M
: DaodouD. niou'-y pftfii.g i Uj.
Public Instruction from Exccuiive Lonimittee; Pieciuci the finest to the

.X '. < "f Kfcimbi.i: c unity, Thirteen and solicit the support of from i ".are thr Ira Asafs Ibiii tI I SALVONA SOAP CO.. Cor 12th i Pint Sts. ST. LOUIS MO.

,. n" : )a of the dttnoi Peni'icratic-r, !at the coming.: cheapest, at the Willis I 3-1atuTI .sir -#

I' i'". J'l\' : primary JAMES L. SWEENEY. Hardware Co. I j' / I mI

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t I il ;'::-:-:::-:-::::=- ______ r II I FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY

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if A1TOTAL OF 604 NAMES REGISTERED -I All democrats are cordially invittd t.I I )

to attend the meeting of the Democratic :" IS THE '""
League at Clutter's tall at b i

, t!!I o'clock tonight. Prominent speaker .' i I .LAST DAY

Young; men who came of a,e since 1 will deliver addresses. j tt f 1 .
; the last election and new voters who I ,i ( )
have moved into the'county, registered I CONCERT AND DANCE AT : \ ) ,C OF THE .""

I, on June 12, 13 and H, thus 1! MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY ; : i it f)
1 NIOHT. TRAINS AT 8, 8:30 AND ; t i
qualifying them-elves to vote at the

1' primary election July 15, uuinber a Il :&). TICKETS 25 CENTS, AT t( ) ao

total of M in tle county the number DEPOT (
___ t
: tt
0 '
j registered in each precinct being I tc I

'j. r. as follow: ONE! OF THE MYERS' (c PER CENTiDISCOUNT

1 1- rit'e. l0( 11-w+Inut 11111 .. It ,. : ;: _
:t-KU friau'. oj U-I'fUii&OOlt.! .. llaMlnvlew ; :
,1- .. :5 1a-I'en: +aeoia 61 VOTES AGAINST JUiiliam I 3
t' 4.-t.1 -Uunt'. ,. 1-PenSacula Ma ON ALL INFANTS', CHILDREN'S, MISSES' -\XI.I t,
1I--l'&Oloom"Ol :!II -l'lUnlUe I I rOOTWlIAK.
7-1"106 1Sur6n... to r-Hr..nt I; WORKINGMEN
1I-l'rahtrl'6" :S IMMapavidA: I ,
v-hlutr ""pnn i 5t 1:1-/110111111.: .. .. 9 READ THESE MONEY-SAVING PRICE
IuWardIlollaad M :!II-UulUlIolOO .. II I
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Of All Hot Weather Enemiesof House Bill No. 225. A bill to: be en- ) I
i I ) ALL $2.00 Sandals Oxfords and Shoes NOW
I $,.60
ti tied "An Act requiring employersto J
humanity cholera U the worst.
Treatment to be effective luu-t be give cause of discharge in writingto !, J ALL $1.75 Sandals, Qxfords and Shoes NOW $1.40

- prompt. When vomiting, purging agents or employes when discharged i ALL $1.50 Sandals, Oxfords and Shoes NOW $1.20
and sweat announce that the disease if requested to do so." Mr. Myers )
H combat it with Perry ALL $1.25 Sandals Oxfords and Shoes
1\ .
present voted against this bill and it was I iI NOW $1.00
Davn' Painkiller. All bowel troubles
!l like diarrhea: cholera ruorbus i'! killed in the senate ,,. \) ALL $1.00 Sandals, Oxfords and Shoes NOW goc
} and dysentery overcome by I'aiu- '1 (Senate Journal 4901 page 1369.)
,. 'gillfT. It is equally heslth-proulot- I' ALL 50c Sandals, Oxfords and Shoes NOW 40c

iug in all climates.:: O.A.STOUT: A. -.-
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gears Ito Kind YH Ha.e > : \
Do y:,u want a magnificent watch Ii
for little money If 010, call on'! Blguatm # I, t MEYER SHOE CO.
t Stephens, the jeweler. He will ac- '! 01 JI tf I ,
coramodate you.MILLVIEW I I __ __ ,\ f
-- -- --- ) Feet Furnishers for lash Only.




I - -. ------ -_--- \ : 1 / *"* Contractor for .str
The democrats of Millview gave "
cordial: greeting to a number of can Call Up I'honc'il3 or Drop a 1'oma I ar,'
didates and other speakers from W. J. Kildutf of Mobile is among i All Work C. 0. D. and .

Peneacola last night, the meeting i the business visitors here today. Cotton Factory and Mill Village Will I Corner Uaylen anti Governiuer Srren.

Hon. Jell M. Lamar of Monticel'.ois : Be Near Greensboro, N. C. I ) I .
held in the town hall and it '
being "
i : \ One mock W"t of PostoEei", Right 'I!.
I among the visitors! here today. Greensboro, N. C., June 18.-Moaas a
was attended by a large number of 1M
and Caesar Cone, lure mill and reap
voters, several ladles also gracing j H. E. Pritchett of Dublin, CU arrived estate owners In this state, announce j I I T. W. LEWIS
i at the Merchants: last: night.H. I
thetccasioubytheir preseuce.Mr. purchase of 1,600 acres of lead 1S ['+ : DEALER IYI
W. Thomp+on of Bagdad arrived adjoining this city on which they will I i
Walker Wilkitu and
, pre-ided t at the Merchant* List nigh at once begin the erection of another \ t ;,v. r
; tu appropriate words iiitioJuued the cotton factory and mill village. \If\ ALL, PAPER'e; I, -: -(
R. II. Raymond, I'. S. army ar- ; : .,If .'
ftvtral speaker i lived in the Contract has been awarded for 15.- '
city morning ----- t.d.jFeather -
OiI+dU brick to build
Mth. The mill
Eloquent and tiTectiva addresses'were I from Montgomery on official Lui- b' Scroll. 15c pet' r. .! .
will make blue denim goods exclusively !
delivered by 11. Pope Reese, ';, ness::!. and will: be the largest plant of the l Dining Room Tapestry. fi.)1J 1 pal j

CJeorge. Morgan, Scott M. Loftin, 'i kicil on earth. Call I'p Phone No 3 SM. 1 I Ir

Henry C. There will bo 20.000' spindles and 8. .
Cloptou Henry Itjllinger! THE WEATHER
0"0 looms in operation employing 3oy.rathes. ,
F. K. P.rawntr, H. T l'ur"t'll and T. -
Iu' The power will be sup. \If WWWiWWWW W !
E. WI-lles. 1'l.e speakers: were fre- plied: by a 2,500 horsepower engine. I

'+ juectly applauded and great! en- TO-DAY Material and supplies have already I !! .

j been contracted for anj estimate! ) J
thumsin was manifested as the va- '
time required for completing buildins; >
rious issues of this campaign were LoCaL [ T--I'MtJy cloiily with is in one year. The mill will be in 11I( .
showars tonl Ut and Frtdayllhtvartatle I "H'I
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explained at length. J the neighborhood of the two large cot .
wind", monly southeast, i
An entertaining feature of tire I II I tin mills here and will be furnished 4 BARGAINS 4
I water from the same dam. It i is 1 mile
meeting was presided over by the"chief 'I Temperature in Last 24 Hours: from the city and from the large finIsh

engineer of the Peusacola j i j Maximum .... .. sMtuiiuum; ::!? mill.!

arty," Hen D. HeeM, who, with liN '| I The Cones are the principal stockholders 11I(
Temperature Elsewhere : hi this latest mill and Moses a
excellent phonograph furnished'
: flat Mia.
Coca givout that the company has
i Atlanta
catchy instrumental: and vocal mu- KUmarvIt firt t* figured out that the building and equip.
l'hiciiio ... vj 54 pinK of the plant ready to begin .
-ic, greatly enjoyed, especially by |I Clnclnnatl.4 *i i ; operations
lie (Ualvt-tton.?. ._ *i %iH will cost $1.2:;1'.000. They are EVERY DAYa
t ladies and children. j uron . TO i-i
? thoroughly prepared to it to
carry A
: J ackonvlll. ... .. t&! 7.: .
That the candidates endorsed by1 finish.
Ban-asuty'! .. "4 3n
Key West .. M 7S
the Democratic League of Rc 1I51emphts I .Ktj mi
:Mubii! .. ... .. .... !ltl i1
county will receive a flittering vote i! Montgomery m. ...._.. .... 9i 6u CARLOAD OF
New Orleans ...... ......._... Yt it
at Millview precinct was clearly New York ... ... ..... .... .1 ,; FINEWATERMELONS I
""avAiinai! ... .._ ... .. .... ,.
-mon-trated at lat night's:: meet St. Louis m... ........... 4.I .a _

ing. The democrats there are fully: Jureceived.. Mu-t be sold I O-AT-o
Pullman Car Cleaners .
'nrou-ed aud they say they will poll I Ia i Stripe.Chiragn. (quick. Phone KKJ.bji't ( !. I
June 1".-Three bundrei
full vote. I \COBY GROCERY CO.
II men emplo.vod,I as Pullman! oar clean ---
I <-rs have Ion on strike for betterwaes I Know One!%nre KernedyerasobstinatecuM.
GO W.n \CI\. and pay for overtime. The nit-n ( luuauiBUPoy-BdUa i

hate nrKanr/fil! the I'nUed! Drier of! L
lit-rn I'p. Car Ol.-aners I'mon No. 1 and apphca! RATHBONE SISTERS. .
People must be well fed in this' ti,>n h"> been made to the Amt'rica'F'dl'ration \
world if they are expected to do good of I.ahor. The car cleaners Magnolia! Temple No. 4. Kathboner'Hter 11I-
work. A with tools regular: meeting Friday afternoon
carpenter poor now n-poiw It.:; per month and ii
taunt tike les wages and handle the i : June 21)h. at 2:30 o'clock. II(
poor jobs :0:0 in lice, the I person maul) $.*.<1'. If a train is late they say I with a weak, badly nourished bodmut y they have to wait around to clean the 'that nominations for otlicers will I
getoutof the way for thestrongone. cars open they cnme in. no matter 'take place-to H'rvE-for the coining;: i! )
six month Gt
what the hour may he. and they re Every member urgedto .
A school teacher writes from Ver '' attend.
; r .i\"' no -\tra pay for it.
mont She had been compelled to MRS. C. A. BRAWNEK, II
take a little bickwoods *ch ol for MR*. R. B. JJPENTER, M. E. C. ..
Wireless Telegraphy Investigations. M, R. C.
.mall wares bee awe spa had not the
strength to conduct a butter "chow 1. New Ynrh! June Commander
i'marl appetite and poor digestion Jas M. Hal h'r. oho liB been assigned Try SCHLITZ'S latest'
kept me weak. I had been compelled ':, by the United Stan-s navy depar wMwAMMwmW
to rt'-t at the no >n hour andfhnt meat to coniliKt an investigation in Brand, the finest brew ever

myself away from all company to thearious wireless| telegraph sys 'turned out. At all saloons.l$4BETRICEyi1ITEwill ---- -
morning and night. In this way
only could I work, up to about a yearao 'I terns' has completed his work her : There's Consolation in Knowing
when a lady visiting here from sa>s a Herald dispatch from Berlin continue c
California me to .share dish cf I and will leave Berlin within a few .1L teaching! elocution through the suuimr I' j; + X44 that
months In the !
Minday school room of you can get your Carr <
Orape-Nuts with her. During the' days for Washington with' the full thal'mveraalistchurch, assisted by Mis! !* :?' winter I ate occasionally of the food equipments of the Saby-Arco! and OUa White, who ha recently r..turn..t.lfrolll paired in a thoroughly effici-. .
school. In connection! with the elocution ; durable
always with good results.Last manner at J. M. Hilu/ a
riraun wireless I IeXIi'nnwnts they will leach ,
systems to be used :n a summer +choolbegmmngSlotdayJunaad. "
July it was for met CO' .
necessary by : lujiw I y l Their skill in renew '
government officials ar
> attend; the summer school for ,
; broken parts, -
painting and V4--
teacher Iteing in and
poor purse III'JL.'L"L. IIf" _
s-ick in body I could not pay the expense !1 Widow of Bob Ford Suicides. i.I :_:m-: ing i is too well known to need -

of boarding in a big place so I Durango. Col., June IS.-Mrs. Margi- Great Clearance 3I I / I mention, while their price v -
rented a room and boarded myself ret Feeney. wife of a horse jockey hai V. markably moderate for the t '

and the Grape-Nuts food.I lived and almost cream exclusively tailed good on committed phine. She suicide was separated by taking from mor her I Sale! i iV I '. 1F + work.taking care displayed in ai

Gradually to my surprise, toward husband. She was the a Uow of Bob! AH ,1 'I'
the close of the second week the sort Ford the' slayer of Jesse James, and -" d J. M. Hilliard & (,o.t
c.f mental haze that had been about :| lived with him at Creeds during the Trimmed Hats, Flowers, jV : copVAo1 '
zne for a long time broke away and I wild days of that camp. She bore the -r So. 30 East Gardea 6t
Ribbons and 4
grasped the thought presented with of Everything
scar bullet
a -
wound on her ------ --
body -- -
clearness I had not known for a -- -- ---- --
hug time. ,1 given by Ford in one of his outbursts. a in the Millinery Line at ;A MEUX'S
1 came back to my school with' Her second husband was killed In amine :\! rn

better health and memory than I' accident. ; % ....HALF PRICE.... j R! ;
have known for :'I) years and now, zi: cI

while nerve at and work brain I repeat power I and have better better I i Wllkesbarre.Mitchell Calls Pa.. Convention.June I i J MRS. N, BOWERS. j j, YffjtJ t.

digestion than I have had before i in 18-I'Isai I h ':JIo _
20 years. i dent Mitchell has called a national I
Schrol of Shorthand
Typewriting and
There is a reason far this. Grape.uttl convention at Indianapoli at the ear- Now is the time Literature. ,
Food is a sure steady brain Heat possible moment to consider! the to enter school and prepare for a lucrative positio .
builder. It is made for that purpose ;j advisability of calling out all the soft Safe Money r A I I I vacation Night and day sessions.!
it y furniture : !, -
and anyone can prove by us e j I coal miners in the United States. Mr. -
Name given by Postum Co., Rittle at Marston :
Creek, Mich. ;, Mitchell says that h
r A >booklet of excellent recipes j I exact date when the convention will t Furniture Empo I ; Inz Foley's!satisfied.Honey W and Tar and not be- garden hose at the Will *
, I be held A> D'Alemberte
r -. r .ch package of Urape-Nute.q' I rium. I 121 S.Palafox street. j jo. Hardware Co's.

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