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 20, 1902
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular


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

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OREATES COMMENT Rapid Decomposition Government.FIGHT of. Castro's Important Event,From Social !i LEADS STRIKERS r

I Viewpoint I

--- lFRIARS'
Th Daily News: OCCURS AT VALENCIAIn Special to The News

s w York, June j.-Many tele- GOLD COINSAND I Paterson, N. J., June 2u.-Etnma LAND j. ,
Many Parts of the Republic Land
from prominent democrats of Reyal! ?arty Greeted With Salvos ofi I Goldman, the famous anarchist who :
Telegraphic Communication Has PAPERS DELIVERED
received JEWELRY : Cheers From the Vast and Brilliant was arrested for complicity in thea
uth have been Been Interrupted by the Revolutions. I'
Gathejiig as They Drove Up the
I -;a5,;ination of President McKinley -
ommenttng on ExPresidentaid's Crisis Fast Approaching. II
Course to the Pavilion. I Special to The Dallews:
: arrived here arid i is leading
speech last night at the ARE STOLENCircuit 1apectat I today -

I Rome June 20.Official documents I
the mob of Italian silk weavers ,
club !Special 1 to The News.V'illemstadt !
i to The News.
I regarding: the terms of sale of U
against the silk mill-
'k Howell of the Atlanta Con- Clerk A. M. McMillan, \ Island of Curacoa Mon. London June 19.-Gold Cup day, the; j:j, Four land of the Philippine Friars are ,I'I'the
of militia have
'Kin and Democratic national living at 113 North Hayne street, is day, June 16 --:t:>>an Felipe, capital of most important from a social viewpoint ; companies

s. the province of \araui}', Venezuela, of the whole Ascot week, attracted an 1 beta ordered to Hoboken to guard : being> prepared at the Vatican and i i
:.ntteeman, says: "Clevelandnever the loser of several gold coins of I t
has bwn ca;>tuied by Venezuelan immense concourse or spectators to the silk mills there. Six mills at will be delivered to Governor Taft 1

been a pacificator. He Uf valuable interest a box of jewelryand revolutionists under General Aula', the Heat today. ; i iI'

and Yarita.;ua. province of Lara, has The I Hackensac are closed down. today ,
royal procession, which was
the democratic ,
wuen he says innumerable trinkets and gold
ig/ a ----- -
fallen into the hands! of the revolutionists .
identical with Tuesday's, arrived oal I --
is not far from political in watch and chain, also of value under Genet Solagni.
> great ,
the ground at about 1 o'clock in the HARDER"THAN EIGHT KILLED
Valencia, capital of the state of BRICK ii j.
ucy but no one should be of. by the visit to his home recently of a CaraboLo a fight took plate on Satu-- I afternoon. Queen Alexandra, the

day nigin, June 14, in the heart of the Prince and Princess of Wales, th'dI : ;
d by the suggestion! that: its sneak thief, the identity of whom is HIS HEADA IN COLLISION
city Duke and Duchess of Conneaught and j
have sutlered a* yet an unsolved .
inland: prospects mystery.Mr. The decomposition! of President Cas. other members of the royal family ant i f

injury." McMillon has reported his tro's government prognoses daily. the Windsor guests entered royal car- Spatial to The Daily News: I

los, but the articles have not as yet Cable and land telegraphic communication riages, which attended by a mounted !, well-known white man tried to
\Cleveland states:: a problem Spate, Minn., June 20-Two I'
with ;
of the
been recovered.This Maiacaibo capital cavalcade drove up the course to the stop A dying brickbat at o'clock
state of Zulia and other tn that Northern Pacific trains
but follows it with a points passenger
i- true royal pavilion, greeted on all sides this morning with his head and as
matter wa' purposely kept part of the country have been inter
with salvos of cheers from the brilliant collided 'here early today killing
:_ "" : quiet in the hope the thief would, rupted by the revolutionists the brick was somewhat harder than
be-u1 gathering of people. eight persons and injuring ten. Twoof
: endeavor to unload some of the the head the latter now bears a
Rebels Possess Ciudad Bolivar. The array of coaches and motor cars the dead were passengers! ,the oth j
wound in the front and
i bii.\w by this time that the property.The Washington June 19.-The state department was unusually great and the club tents I ;great gaping ers railroad employes. ;

i coin and jewelry were in a has received a cablegram and the royal and other mclosur'-a its dressing necessitated: the services .
:'.iiry d.)ue the democratic i -- -- --
box together and the thieving was from Minister Bower, dated Caracas, were filled with ladies in dainty sum-i j I of a physician.The .

", nJ prospect began withi ,. today reporting on the authority of the mpr costumes. Oruutal primes in \ari- missile wa thrown! by a PLANT SUED
i committed in the afternoon about
Venezuelan minister of foreign affairs colored raiment and distinguished mitoia I
I tli-: administration.BFckham .
5:3l o'clock in the absence of the I that the revolutionists are In possession .. from all parts of the world. i negro boy named Will Rudolf and it

of Kentucky family. The party made his way, of Ciudad Bolivar, but there is "Amon those present were Whitela. was hurled at another boy named FOR $3,000 ;; >

no blockade of the Orinm'o river. Reid and Mrs Rpid Ambassador, ,
of the Sam William The occurrence took t,
it was: thought, through a rear entrance I Choate and Mrs and Miss Choate, !Hen -- '

i':. I': ':: is needed, particu- and wad seen by no one, r>' White the secretary of the Unite! place on Baylen street wharf and tt e special to the News. "

COL BATTENBURG'SKER01G States embassy, and Mrs and Miss battle was because of a disagreement IJ'
(ur.:: '.\ di, r.' ,..-rant.Josephus." although the residence is in a thickly :' :Macon, June 1U! .-A. M. Talor, formerly -
White; John R. Carter the second
watermelon rind.
settled and prominent neighborhood.It I over a a soliciting agent for the New
Mr. Daniel "f f North Carolina retary of the United States embassy
DEATHi Rudolf was arrested by Officer York Life Insurance company, but who
was thought at first the articles !l.nd11: s. Carter; William: Corcoran
Den ,,,- is being criminally prosecuted by R.
rats would be glad to
of disorderly
who made charge
Kiiotis, Larsen a
had been misplaced, but the di-cov- I f.iraieriy third secretary of tha I for :
I H Plant for failure to account
,Cleveland come back and undo embassy; Commander Richardson Clover I conduct throwing bricks in !
ery was: later made that they had ;i to The News. by 153; .19. has In turn filed suit for 13,000(
the United States naval attache,
committed in b\J6" the street. Williams by Mr. Plant for damaging his
wronghe got away against
been carried awiy. I I San Frandsro June 19,-News ot and :Mrs Clo\er. :Mrs. Montgomery

s nator Money of Mississippi *ajsu The box of j jewelry, trinkets! and 'the death of Colonel Batten burg, an Sears. jumping in a skiff and reaching character. He says that he went to
Mr. Plant's office as soon as he arrived
i Australian army officer in the service Harcelona wnarf. Officers are looking
the watch was the' of Mr-, !
:' crats should put an end to property of the Colombian government, was re.ceived in the city from his work and want. ,

McMillan, and tl... comwere those for him.'MOST ed to pay over the money but found no
c.mation and get together vital by the steamer }.penaw: arrtv FRENCH FORT I
whom to payit.. He went home
one to
of her hubundAmong them werea ins; direct from Panama. 'olonel Bat.
I and that night Ml! across a fence la
at- '
|1 piece, and a piece of J250: denomination -1 tenbnri to the who Colombian had rendered! government treat service AT HONG KONG UNIQUE ouch a way that he was disabled and t
'al democrats
I. i are jubilant over
had to be sent to the hospital lie Bays
troopwa< \Killed June 1 in a fight/ I
-,11-pch and expect big results with Ineirrg.nt5.The !: --- FLORAL PARADE that it was while he was in the hos-r

colonel was in charge of a battery special: to The :New Pita! in a helpless condition that the
it. FISHING POLE : of field guns and made a heroic Chltas In:.,. 1 1'T'k ,ran .. -- insurance company proceeded against

'I stand in the faro of superior number fi'd at Yokohama Just before th" him in the criminal! courts He think

MR. CLEVELAND HAS BURGLAROONFESSES I'. At a critical time he was deserted by Victoria sailed announce that the One of the mo-t unique of diminutive it will take $3.1no to offset the damage !! I

French have purchased the 'I floral parades* wa held on East that has thus been done to his charac
his men, who ned before tho insurgent promontiry

NOTHING TO SAY I troops and left him to be stricken of Katai in the vicinity of Honk Hill lat night and participated: in ter. I

The fi.hinpole burglar: who : down. He died fighting. Ills body was Kong Jays a special to The Chronicl-j; by about forty children all of whom ,

hooked John O. Wood's! troupers! : recovered soon after by government of- from Tacoma Wash. The point was The one great virtue of Burnett'

,'I .. JUlie 20.-Ex-President fUers and taken to Bocas del Toro. secured for the ostensible purpose of {. enjoyed themselves very much. Vanilla Extract is purity. It is real

Wedne-day night, pleaded guiltythH estahliAhibg a naval hospital tor the Due to the effort of Mrs. W. A. J '1
", '! ere for Princeton to- I I\ vanilla extract and nothing but vanilla
morniu,', telling NEWS use of the French fleet in Oriental
repor- Gahle-tbeck, children of the neighborhood extract. Always; use; Rur
1! ,-'d to di-cu further I waters This I
HELD UP BYNEGRO promontory commandsthe i
ter just how it happened.It ,. had tastefully decorated Ii,,, ,, I
approach to Linton -
.: : peech. He said : that Mr. Wood ha for bay and I t
seems .
of Hong: KI... g harbor. part I: small go-cart, expre-s wagons and MARKET REPORT J

t' 1 am concerned last 'ome time been playing all kinds of BANDITSI The English at Hong Kong are much all sorts of toy vehicle The dec

jokes on hi* daughters at home, so I 'disturbed and have protested to the I 1
: '..' is over and there is -- orations, placed with experienced BY TKNSACOIjASTOCK: K.XCIINGB
I Peking go\t-mount that the sale! : .
:' use to add to my re- Wedne-day evening they succeeded to The News; should not have l hen made. It is feaI: ,I hands were made-up of artificial Kant Government Street. j

in getting even with him. I St JO'"IhIkh: June 13: .-Two negroes ed that France will fortify Katal, 'lS'' flowers highly colored and profuselyI -- ,

The young ladies waited until Mr. and four white mm hoarded a the French have lost no opportunity I I This beauty was greatly aided BTOCK8.

Wood was aileep, then slipped into fruit train here late last: night going; during the past three years of strengthening : '! Open. High Low. Cloe J
i candles
EARTHQUAKESCAUSE south. their position in Southern China i by many lighted having Hug-ar...12fj!. 127 12fig'' 12tPi I

his room took his. trousers, carried At Bridgeman; one of the white men I been affixed to the vehicles, and as Atch.... S2: blot: 82: S2's I
U.8... 37 :XH 37 37i 1
them in the parlor and emptied the displaced some small change, which the large number in line slowly
iii.. .. ..1375 15k1" 15717h::
PANIC pockets, then opened the window so caused an altercation: The negroei RICH MAN'S I paraded a line of march several L. A N..l136': ? : '. 130 13dty
drew" guns on the white men, two of
1.O.P.107L 1I./H,1. 1J7'4( 108
as to show that a burglar: had en- I
whom Jumped from the train. The blocks with great military precision, Man 131 131 4' 1303 4 131

'>aiH!! X .wi -: tered. I third gave up what money he had., The SON KIDNAPED i ii remarks on their beauty were heard rit.Panl.1721: mil' 172V: 174

.. Mr. Wood knows nothing of this : fourth refused to disgorge; and was Penn...151'H. '',. 1-12 1513! 1ols3
... 230
: j. :IJ.-It is reported 1 | on every side. Possibly reol'leaw P..... 64'_ 641, fiP, 6434
shot dead by the negroes, his body bi1
t1.4t :'n .:itearthquakeaccom- confe-lon and IK- doubt he will be i! the beautiful sight.I U. P..IlJij 10T J4 105 10ol,
!i ing thrown from the train at Lake) Sid .
special to The News j T. C. I. fH 63 C2\ 62lg
when he reads this - -- ----
d by rumblings have: occurred greatly surprised i while it was running S3; miles an hour C.F.I.n! 95It 9218, 93
Brigham. Utah June 19.-Nelson Anderson ;
and article. I Later the two negroes were capture -
Tyrol. Crockery,
I near New Huffalo Jr.. the l ,)'ear-old son of aj: NOTICE TO
,>. w >thrown about in houses prominent merchant, has disappeared, i NKW YOltK COTTON i t

i< people became panic strickT CRAND SURF BATHING II I I Sixty Families Are Homeless.Creede. and his straw hat has been found with j i' CATTLE SHIPPERS Open. Hizh. I AW. Close.

I (01.. June 19.-The sec on 1 the following note pinned to it: | July.. ..!>)! H.V5 849 83

--- EXCURSION SUNDAY !serious lire in the history of this place "Your son is kidnaped and we M.I' August..M5! i 828 !82"! 824
i mand $5,000 for his Hept .. ..797 793 792 794 4Oct
release to be 1
I- \ & MALT has a marvelous I has just occurred and as a result full pa.idlby Referring to the notice publishedin ....
the waterfall east of Brigham. or'i' 7s1i! ; 7s 7'jfJ iiS3
value. While refreshing The big seagoing tug Simpson will J2int.iiiiO worth of property has bead : THE NEWS June 9, His BritannicMajesty's
June I burned. Two lives his legs and arms will be cut off and bo f
run an excursion Sunday, 22, are believed to hav ; CHICAGO-WHEAT.
'ieasant to take, it helps lllsimi.1 will he killed We mean word Vice Consul Hon. Frederic
to the Life Having Station and trip I been lost and many persons were inJured every
of food hold by out in the Gulf of Mexico. Plentyof The fire occurred In what ,s we say. Chaing Gang Robbers." I Bonar, informs! us that a furtner Open. Hieh.: Low. Close F
time will be given those who desire The sheriff was immediately notiflad July... 7TJ: 741, 73# 74!"
DANNHEISrfER BROS. ; to go in surf bathing. Boat know as Upper Creed, and that part and search for the lad Instituted but i 1; proclamation has been issued by the dept .... 7'2% 73' 7.14: 72Ji

leaves foot of Palafor street wharf at of the town is in ruins, making 61 government of Natal extending the CORN. :'>{ ;
no trace of him has been found. 1 r
2:30 m returning at 6:30. :Fare families homeless The names of the 'I 5
lUl""um from the Northern p.
u :JII'IQ".m.: ,the ccrnin taro t.x c R ha. for round trip :35 cents. 2oj2t missing! are William Stewart and Ernest ,, prohibition the imports into Natal Open. High.; Low. Close. I j
Zint. American Labor Union Active. of horned cattle from certain ports in July... 65i! 66 60. 4 65 lt .r
Denver, June 19.-The executlT8 1 I. Sept... !M1, 58% 58! 5841 I ; 'itH
the United States to all ports between
Heirs to Estate of 3000000. council of the American Labor union i iI. t tii AI"
concluding plans for future work. : New Orleans and Charleston inclu- NAVAL 8TOKKB HAKKKT. !
New York, Jwne 19.-Stephen UJhely ". fJ"ti"
LAKEVIEW DAIRY. "We are going to have the I -
and his sister Mrs Marie Ujhely-Beer, sive. Reported Dally for The Newt by ; ;i
in our history said President I I I'
year .
of Brooklyn it is said have become Union Naval Stores Co.BOIIV. '
heirs to the fortune of Joseph Ujhely. McDanftI at the close of the meeting. Filthy Temples In India. !
"The union intends to at least six : ,". J
EVERY DAY IN ANY their uncle, who is said to have died put Sacred cows! often defile Indian ww__ ._ i I\.SoS To( H ..........__IIU e6wu if!!
FRESH BUTTER QUANTITY. four years ago in Buda Pest, leavingan new organizers In the field at one. temples, but worse is a body _,_.._, .._ a Ss .... '_ J 4) I,
Eight applications for charters hue M-1 F.....__._ 1a
estate of 13,000. Ujhely: Is a shoemaker I .._.. ... .. i iIt
that's; pointed by constipation Y_ .se6 Zoo. 1 25
PUREST AND BEST MILK IN THE CITY. and Me. Beers' husband is employed been received fromjthe east among ___ 2 'i b...___ 13SL
In a piano factory. Brother and them five from Massachusetts, one '. Don't permit it. Cleanse your ays ____ 2 \.Q t;& below_ 1 :aariuri
tern with Dr. King's New Life Pills Tnnrri4
from Chicago and one from Peorla
sister have been in this country 12

R. M. AVERY Proprietor.PHONE yearg. The finest line of sterling silver .i and give avoid lively untold livers, active misery. bowels They Crab nets and fishing J 1-

the Willis goods and silver novelties is to| be good dIgestion. fine appetite. Only tackle to suit everybody at '
Garden hose at found at J. I. Bteptona'. Prices to I[25 cents at W. A. D'Alembertea w

411.! Hardware Co's. please all. drugstore, 121 B. Palafox. he Willis Hardware Co's.i


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It is the right of e'erychild .. -

; NAPHTHA LAUNCH EXPLODES. I HOME ON SICK LEAVE. ellis to be well Lorn, and to the ':, I
par (
I parents it must look for I' rr\\f

Thousands Witness Thrilling Rescu! Lieutenant Williams Back From Sa- health and \:
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It'KOdO1wEu at Sheepshead Bay. mar-Suffered Privations. happiness.How i-'r riI

\Viha.m C. \'hitnt.y's jockey, and n :; lieutenant In the United State I great ,

woman rnn-ianion!| have narrowly es marine corps, who is home on sick is the parents' .

raped cl-aih '"r drowning in Sheeps- j leave arrived late last night on th: 0 responsibility, and how important that ..... -

; hail l bay aft, r Hums' naphtha launKi' : Hong Kong Maru. He is a member of Gri i no taint disease is Itt in the Mood; "* .'

!Jyspepsa Cure e\i>lolfil. The n-sciie was effected in : :Major Waller's expedition and saffere: to be transmitted the helpless child enta'in '

the sight of :2.tOU excited summer col!-I untold privations with his men. pitiable suffering, and marking its little rK ? .

: Nature never t:, kos a mistake and the preparation which duplicates ons-is: I Iy Thomas Osborne the Dem- I Ten of his command died from lack sive sores and eruptions, catarrh of the nose and throat, weak: eyea, ._
1 its action camic ,i. Kodol Dy in-p-M Cure never fails l 'cau>e it di- brittle bones white swelling and .
Lieutenant i
ocravLa1 i j !- r of SVcpshead bay, ami I of food and from wounds. swellings ,
f pests your loi d J.y rattire's own prtice Its affect is equally prompt on look such little sufferers and not n .
clerk suffered can parents upon
the of the Coney Island police Williams personally sever.1bolo
and stomach
3 both occasional) and chronic ca I much misery into the world ? It '. ,
trouble' of every ku Jt diu'e-ts what you e it while the stomach rests.Ko court and A.nlrw Iameson. wounds in a pitched battb with themselves bringing so u

dieting i U noceri'v Ilat: all the gWW1 fotxl you want. "We have I Burns recently bought tie launch! the natives. The officer was greeted 1 any disease iurking in your system, how can you expect we! tii-ve

btenfrellin,, Kodol 1 >\ : --jMa Cure fort he past two years and have al>o for ?::..j"ii.' lie was out for a ride, accompaniil here by his! father former Inspector I healthy chi'd"Cn ? Cleanse your own blood and build up your hi ilth

used it," write BoWman &Sons, of Valley Furnace, W. Ya. -and never : by a lady \whose name n? Williams. of the New York police d,' ; you have not only enlarged your capacity for the enjoyment of the plea

heard of a failure. We are so confident of its merits that we wll every from Ne-\ of life, but have discharged a duty all parents owe to posterity, and c
refuse.! to divulge. The little boat partment. The latter came I
bottle underour personal guarantee." Kodol Dvs iepsiaCure never fai1. mankind healthier and happfer. '
j was scudding :along toward the Manhattan York to take charge of his invalid son
T Cures All Stomach Troubles. j beach bridge when Osborn and I' There is no remedy that so surely reaches deep-seated, stubborn v
troubles as-S. S. S. It st'archesout even hereJ-!

; 1'rt ptI'l.tJ'y F. t1...hewitt&!10:!..fniloago.TtiejJ.buttlecoEtalpsgH! tlmt-s the 5<\'. sf/!... j Jamieson, who were on the veranda ol NO SOLUTION OF MYSTERY. I poisons, and removes r'every taint from the *-'-<

r When you suffer from biliousness or constipation n>e the t.uuouslitlle liver 0 a hotel, first saw it. Burns forgot to I and builds up the general health. If weakun!

: pills known as DeWitt's Little pARLY RISERS. They never gripe. lower his smokestack and as the bow Fortune Left By Charles Hill Unclaim. are growing up around you, right the wrong ,

j of the craft went under the bridge the ed-Body to Be Exhumed.
; John Sheppard.Hargia' Pharmacy Sidney Kahn. I putting them on a course of S. S. S. at once. \\
i' smokestack fouled with the timbers. Los Angeles Cal. June 19.-The story a purely vegetable; medicine, harmless in its effects and can be tJJ.n

There was a'crash and a scream published in this city of the alleged -I by both old and young without fear of any bad results. ..

; FULL STATE TICKET NAMED. GATHERING OPIUM. from the woman and then an explosion solution of the mystery surrounding I Write us about your case, and let our physicians advise anti help v>

I that brought all the :summer visitors Charles Hill who died here recently ,
This will cost you nothing, and we will also send our book on blood 411'1

Nominations by Tennessee Republi How tie Petals and Juice of the 0 to the shore. The boat burst into leaving a fortune of $142.uOO' iu skin diseases. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. Atlanta. GO).

ruiit) l'IuDIrr Procured. | flames forward and Burns and his comI cash. is without foundation. II _
cans-Campbell for Governor.
I|I It is a tort of garden cultivation the I par.ion retreated to the stern. The Attorney Moss will exhume the body To Relieve the I
Monotony- SCHOOL SUF1'LIES'You
Nashville. June "-The ltt'puLIi.1.tAte
:r being in little 1 flames blowing back then for the of whether -
PoPPY 1'Iants pro.a were upon purpose ascertaining ought to have a change fcf I --

i. convention was harmonious from injuares or beds -r-tc'tilly! tiny water : when Os home and Jamieson, who had there were any scars on the body, scene" said the physician. I At C, V. Tnomphon'B No. 11 S,>nth

tart to finish. There was not a con. channels for irrigation where\er I I run to the beach and pushed off in a and if so to take a special descriptionof I "But. my dear sir." protested the patient I Palaihi.I .

: test in a single county in the stale this is iHj-Mble. The growth of the small boat started to row to the res- them. If there are distinguishingmarks I "I an a traveling man by profes Besides the standard line -

; find the nominations \\ere all made h> plants is carefully tended and at : cue. they will be kept secret and tha sion." tionery we have, in tints, wit

Acclamation. The platform was adopted .eiigth the time! comes when they burst ,i Before they reached the boat Burn' real! heirs whoever they may be. will I "Well that's the poInt. Stay homeawhile velope; to match :

1 without! opposition and the only disCUEskm out into flower and the tieMs look! likea and the woman had to jump into the have to describe! them fully before I and see something besides hoI I I Royal Crystal Holland Bond.Hurd's .
of .
bLii-t of silver as the white petals 1 water. The woman was first draggedinto establish claim tel "
i the they can any to the rooms and stations. -Washington
was as to advisability o dew. I Art Stationery.
the Coxurh glisttn in the morning
the rowboat and then Burns
Dominating a full judldal ticket. The>beautiful\ petals are the iirstfFlslUe was estate. Star. _ I Foreign Mail, Etc.
0 picked! tip Neither had received any --- I I Arti t'latf'rial., Office <
Foster V. BlOwn favored nominating
for the and
of the women
candidattbr crop injury beyond wetting.. Interesting to Asthma Sufferers. I A man needs exercise as well as a plies, Memorandum Books. Ei
Only judgt.
supreme children of the cultivators' families .
I schoolboy but take it I All new and tri ht.I .
Daniel Bante of Otterville, Iowa, moderately.
And for the of a.uC.oce
ouit chancery
one < euine forth and pick' them off one by I. .. .
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Ready to Yield. Suine of the gnarled and knotted framesof
writes "I have had asthma for ;
for the ouu of ajiptals. but th. that : I
out' and carefully dry them ko Rubber hose Lilsizes
( >
"I used DeWitt's Witch llizel early ase are the rbtiaiatic bodiesof a
1: convention. by a"Ote of 2'J'l to ::33: U.cided they may Serve afterward as the covering j three or four years and have tried I flue

to name a full ti<:k..t. I of the manufactured cakes of Salve for piles and found it a certain about all the cough and asthma: I overworked acrobats. Scbocliuas- Willis Hardware Co. '
ter. I _ _
cure" "'l\. '' S. R. Meredith, Willow cures in the market and have received --
?. The nominations made are as follows opium. Then the poppiis, with their '
i D J. 'I' I I You will have pride in own
; (Grove ? Operation unnecessary treatment from physiciansin you
: bare capsule! heads, remain standing
I to ( are pile*. They always yield to New York and other cities, On thefirt indieatnn kidney II /flower gardens if they are on your
For governor. Judge H. T. Cam;>- I the open field until it is considered that Dp.Witt'itrh Hazel :Salve.' Cure; t I but Rot very little benefit until I trouble, clop it by taking Foley's own ground. Your husband can buy

tell of Carter. they are ripe for lancing. The cultivators I KiilnevCure. W./ A. b'AIemberte, home and he do it
-, -kiu di;;ea For railroad commisbioner J. J. ElJiott. then come forth in the evening. Accept no ciiuntt-rfeiti. HargH! Tar which Rave: me immediate -' 121 S. Palifox. though he may think otherwie

: of Itutherfoul and. with an implement not unlike the Pharmacy, John Shtppard: :Sidney. I relief and I will never be I I Every woman want a home of he"

For judges of th- supreme court f kni\es of a cupping instrument they Kahn. without it in my hou-se. I sincerely own, and if she will have a talk wit
A. Wright of Koane. J. G. Parks. of i i scarify the capsule on its sides with I recommend it to all.V.. A. D'Al- : | Thus. C. Watson & Co., th

i Bradley.: Ernest Caldwell. of Heiifonl: j deep incisions, so that the juice mayexuile. Twentieth National Saengerfest embeite, Il: H. Palafox.On : 1 i leading Real Estate Agents, they

', 0 rvwia. 111., June 19.The city is can show her how easy it is to geone. <
W. Stoner of 1 This ia hex
D. Lawrence and C. H. on every en tie aLule I .
I Trimble of Shelby. In the early morning the cultivators hand.-onn-ly! decorated! in honor of the I'rn;>. Vaccination. i -Uiative Bromo-Quinine

reappearth: a scraping knife and twcntuth national Saengerfest of th3 It should IK made clear that proper
;; For judges or the court of chancery the remedy that cnr H a cold in one day.
vaccination! is the only known method Buy a new garden hose
And appeals. X. 7.. Hicks( of Coffee, their earthenware pots and they northwest, which ol'l'n'' today.
'o!' t off the exuded juice and collect There will lie several soloists of 5nto" (it "p.'titic"alue in conferring immunity
*ad George T McCall. of Carroll. SA LVE. I the Willis Hardware
",. It in their pots. And this is crude national reputation: in the concerts. from stun hlpot The comparativelyMii.rt I
I' duration of this should the most heallne eelva In th.q vvorl'**
Ia azille. Company.BOYS .
Iplum.-Blackwood's =
I THEY MAY DODGE PRISON. :Miss Carrie III hewl'lJ.1: iss KodJi?
be Insisted! and intelligible
upon a simple
Ross. t':-;,;::-!:: Carrie Seyferth. Miss
.. (lueerCornnatlon Cantom. Lillian! Bruce : : ik'si-ription of the ordinarycourse Iioyou wish" to make a little #ITI
Morgan :\1 ml'. Linne.
lirt Calls on Cherry Tree Men to Pay One of the nios-t extraordinary gifts of a proper vaccination fchouidbe : ? and GIRLS !T money dm Ing .par"mOIllt'nh' '
.' ,: Back $12,000.i.Charlotte. trot>ht>I. .Mrs. George Hamlin, Mr. BO. )ou can readily do to, by ,(
: made on the {coronation);!)' of Edward added.l It would be extremely useful .
Warren ine our Blueine. 40 per rent, commission on all *-alrh. An Indispensable artlcl
: : ; X. C.. June I'.t.-The three I. was that of oi; "I horses which bad K. Hoke and Charles Burdick in view of the wide diffusion of housflinla u>f. t.'t-r Ihdy Udfliytiitd when they ttIt.. One fhrt-t make tbtKlii o .
endants HIT are among the >r.Iore: than 3. ? niter you ever used in the wa-ti. Write today before :jour territory IR taktntioino >
Bright Hr. Frank I been usiM II I by the rOI\l'rilH'ts I and other auth'wc nation literature to make the I one pip, and WI' will send by return mall, one dozt-n pnc-kngrs of "Blueinei :'
> flort sinners arrived special trains
'i .,.$rIght: an j.4It, C. I). \VilKi- who"rt> convict"- today.! sion 1 ionot delay but write ut uric
Westminster uMiey. These horses all anti to nrm'IH'Cinatoll! accidental inoculation '
: 1.\ililrf-fh, (M.lM'KAtiritINU: : CO. Ifipt. CMH Ilo ll. 1'hila I'a
f? IsCf.using the mal: !"r fraudulent purposes richly caparisoned and harnessed just with other: diseases! although .

'h .J, in .-.00m..III xsjh the Amos as they vere. wire let looso into the Lodge Installs New Officers. extremely unlikely was theoretically

K .Owen cheT in swimiV.! have l>r<-nrequired \ery midst of the molt after the ban- Bay Minute. Ala.. June 1!).-Bay I p"silkIut that the modern method
; 1.:1'1, : to !it-fund ?12.
f. the 3.4"' ni :!. ': woman from a coronation in those days. the 1'0110offirE'rl; > at its last 0 I'I'OJI'I1'11 the n-uioto possibility of

: whom the M ii' x II.. iu racled. The piiiplc'! in the streets were permitted meeting: J. M. StandardV.. M.; Dr. 1 Mich intrinsic danger. Saturday He- Years Old, i in Cases of 4 Full paarts, at S3.20 :. !"'I

: Judge Ho. .! L.x. I.., defendants until to f.ttrh the aniiui k. and to him J. C. Mc-I.eod S.v..: Dr. G. L. Lam ', view. ..
O& t. 1 ;o !I.tLi: toitd the aljovinmount I who ciiii'Jit a horse it and its apiRtintelu'tLi bert. J. \V : O. K. h- Iillan. treasurer; !

i,- i i. jail! '.1.1., h Ul'lIt .I. London ('iii'"ulcie. P. C. r' ni si.retary: \V D. Staple. TEN YEARS IN BED. 't rniHS \ l: .it tJL :\ 0 0 0

J : .. I. -.-- ton. S. !II.: .1. (.'. Knliruifcs. J. D.; C. E. 1 I 0 K\'., Ii-tillHiy:! aid I" uiliy nit I W
vithboli1! >:..11! d.! ,-n ',. I ,'i, |-. P. A. Gray, J. 1'., O.ikvill:!, Ird ;
tJl'frhtlltlill1 0
Leads Them All. { is tb-.iIiteiy j 1'.11'
Av to t1' t..i 'n\\ '.I! iram .. Enl-a-ik tyler. and Kev T. C. Hand. witi"F'nr tf'lI"f'.lr* I wit confined -
('f'lir'l PI tiality: h" any VV'iiokey! "One Miuute Cou. h Cure bf'atall .'hallail to bed with dieaeif tL! ,i-
li'-i'! '., i i q'i i ;; inj ;.o mattervh,-ie protiivetJ. The KH :' -
a rt..':in-- 1" r'.' ,. 'other HK-diciiip! 1 ever tried fm kidney-i I It waevri> t !J.1t I Icould eizh!JI j-'Mf-oiti wh..n bottled am, 1.

.: "'-,!s ',I : cou4h<, c -lvls, cn>up awl !hr -at and Spring fc el'. ron-ultnl ut move the p'II'I vt-iy' of h.tin.-t ti'i"in-du1" l t I Ii !110= t-xi-<.fl'-iit cju tlrv, is. the; ',\

al': 0 lunj? truub .." -a.v D. Scott Currin Hpritl fever i- aunt! her ninr.e fur -kill iiv.iilablf. hut ,'rlllEc"t u-- k' t1! i : !..,.rkum at t .I it pri. ( ".' Ari h, VIIi
ili, .
I'itely .till:! i. ii-" 1-
a.a;;,. .: oj of [j'gin'-ii l'.I. One Miniith Cough biiillu""f'It I H inure -nou- tItan lid ii tit ii Holey', Kitlicy I ('ur.OIlJIIJI'IliHt' .. \t .- p'.r-. .' ,, .
s- d 1 in :
;: ;ppi cae- > <>! i II:: \
most !<< flunk A tt>rid livt-r '- to I' hl- !) '
j po-np (\ Ml" i
1"11. 'ih. .
( tire 1- tlif .iily it )-,>hr 'ly' -'ifeiMiiiu' ;,,III' UCOIlflii . r. >: ; \
k ui'l iti.i c- t !h. w I 1-mean i I"i-H.iJ ( t.. Ill"Y.. A. I 1"\ I i. I
:: ". :. 1"11.1w'r l'h aitnninedi the w'j-k. ... ,.
: 's. i t f 'Wt! :
I 11: :1.! et;< ill-! )
: -y-t-in !t h-rte. I 121 I South 1 I'a litox.Foley's ,
n 1Ihat\. 0 I t'.i'.y.' -'I--! -. rvwIi'T'! testify F ,2J t a r< tin-- .:., .i 0 tp' .: '
IJ"-' jr.iy tul"w! -Ut!! -j iii't.ini-- Ii
j, : 'h" :, ..",1 I it hitt'n" their litile UeWm'i'Lnth. will 1 b.- rffuiidt.i.
0 I t j 'HIJh- .I''; r-niovi- .
tbi ,," .en'-!! I'jiinp\ i- -4) -u.I1"1III it-i attack5 all.I.IIIg-.r liy "i mini_ituu II" hvi.ip Honey ana T'lt II l All outer.lioiiii o. it'.ii.1j : !

t.u* tli-, doctor otten arrive- ( nnu tii"; 'i'eN aii.i clc .n-iin: ' Nil (,piate'M1IW1FIIU. 1..(,..r ASS OU ;j i cuir. lu11pustdtlice money urdei'. !b.i .' ... 1
ton 1 1.1",'. [f yifld" at < lice to Onelimitc urclcr.V, '
.f S II ------ ; pr--- II.-HK y i/-ft-r t-> ;! -
tinstiih. :ir.inurri< : ;pillI' -
" I FOR: : --C-E : ;)c. \1 Cmij-h ('nr'. pi. totikn.
i- lilt H.IIII.
-I merchant: III Pouatid:
any LOJ
:Nf v ,'I'i"t "I !ii} IV ik-n lcVitt 1
: Ch'ldre-i; like it. rtnrf cur. yL1STAHA
\ Little' Early HI.- f.-i .rpi.llivfi :
1'1.! -1 undersigned take-thi nieMin'f :
Sensatirst : ,; I-31 o; IJ! I"' i ','lil'. hl'"h'hiti"/lU"II-; Hcir:!ir'linn.Hy .

""I'A.L. .. K:' ilia. J..lii!) I"fhepiiard. <\\W\" R. M I (Kve'rly.\t'ry -(prixur Moutid-'vill-! f"i-, y. 'trwjr. \\' Va."Thoy --. firstolTncei'.iil. ifTt-rinir herervicf, iiJw''to.' a,s.,',';a- ':; ,{Fj1 J: : S. A. FRIEDMAN

:N.i-.v! ell me m.-rn _'n",1 than I I.,; [ Y'ib
I iJjcktoii any II':': Ito! .''i vi ..1'"x;" r" :-n' 1. : .. I

a si i. u ih ;I tut: V 'hin.: I have HVH tried."' H irifPnamiacy \..' ( lit _ivi. b' -t i rt 'i, n i."" "p -!. '4 ':""' ) -." i.B PKOl'RIKlt PE\: -.\I "I \ .,

\aih. ,.1i: <; i. .uv.! i : ..Ti4)iti'a ftrttciftuo.. John al-tppirU.: :Sidney ( 'olii.: p"I" 1 I ,"- d' oj <'" V. ... .h.-: ; ,./,.;1

.\-i ,'i1ttl.t: I ri Souiii .ni'! -rci' I4lI II.Iny.Ial.aiit. 1-\1: OlfTlirX-: :" : . i i o :.i- < -I t in. ii ". /wiI <> Bllt 11H. Tft.l.i'il': M: I Il
I tried his: unit >st. x.'u'i llu-, :i.l' of Ili'111.1st 'It' I lit :S. "u" (h\ ,' I' I s'K .i
dursl'mt'nt 01! s d'l aim = 'i- I j.1 h- ,
-- ---
: tt i! lie :ii.pli-ru- ;. I. NtTiirt icenevrs tiiit Away
I up \
the rlerk and r.'.,-'' i ',, i. MII.rus.' .
vxl makes a"teed,cull of couju and cuuK a A CI1ILIMA N. .,
0 )li utifnl sviltowI !h iiiidlo tIa-! of I/M' r i- <'
0 $l.fl1( sjH.cii.icus ill a :: DR. KING'STRY L'I very ; |
The him.- ..-,tii ,'. : :" \IIj,t Tin I stiav I ,
:i I I I ottO'rlly. I but with no'siici-ess. hulK -ir battle w:.iU-ile ur retail: it ; i t : ..
. has been 1'I..I'I! It 1 I. .1\ .< IPS 0101 'iI The man who ownhi* own home down.
0 Tilt little creature tit'\4r esili'vlow NEW DISCOVERYFOR ii" art way
I er a life o'ta'.. in ho: )hoii. ald! all his injures hirus-elf a;.;ain-t l I.>is nt ."!j: .
enonsh. Ounenis to lilt i't a tmti\e I AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER.
insurant in i h, in fit onion;. To his sis trouble and worry. Nobody can:
ter-in-law S, i it'llt' Jackson nilifton. hebeijueatht after one of h'" tunny futile I attemptshe rake his rent, and the reiitidav h:,' THAT COLD. .

mentioned the (aet. The ntti\e undertook no terror* for' him. It.... ea-y to'iown TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.
a Jli-( .Min policy in the :M'l- .
t to pl'uvure t-everil I !je s-i a home nowa-ii.iyv T1 os. C. iAZICKE&CO.
i tual Life and his wife's piar.o. Jewelryand Cures ConumptionCouglis:
melts for a shilling\ ajiiwe find on the Watson & Co. can tell you how ,

persitnal I'fferts. following! day presented himself to the ea.y it i-. tall! and =ee them. Colds, Bronchitis, A:>thma,

I The remainder of his estate is left, delighted naturalist with six \butti r- PiieumoniaJIayFeverJ'leu-
Plumber Gas and Steam
to Bishop! S. lIyrnl' of the Catholic 0 tJl": It was not till the entomologist fitter
ri Hoarsencs ,
< LaGrippe ,
church. Itiehop Hyine was named a.\; was about to leave < le district that hidiscloil y, : ,

eiecutor. but No. i South Palafox Ftrt'f.All .
1 Tille Trust companv ir.a'ifieil.! natives are \ kitful!! in tin1use
ery (
I I.. The. : ,.. m signature 1 on every box of the jrennine \Vhooping: 'ougli.NOCURE. Kinds 01 Plumbing and Oa Fittings M8' --i>*'" '(sp on HanoEtTCESSOK
01 ineir "10nll.; 111'1 Killing my;:0 .... .. ,
Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets NO PAY. "as'pMo5i It 9i .II! .,
. Reward Offered for Lynchers. game with: dirts I Mown therefrom. III|
the remedy that cure cold la Price 50c. and $1 TRIAL BOTTLES FREE.VEEIL'Y .
a one day.
. Raleigh. June I'.i: .-Coverr.or Aycoek .hi' instance the man waited till the
-- ------
has offered a J4' ') reward for the arrest butterily had sailed, then blew a 111'1.IN -

and conviction of each of the per- at it with suiticient force to stupefy: Water coolers that do not HCIIKDL'LI A11M..Ave. U-

* : eons who lynched the OilUspie negroes! it for the time. The capture was easy.. waste ice, at the Willis FOB STEAM DIVISIONPKNSACOLA y

I at Salisbury a week ago.; The solicitor ---- Hardware Co.' KLKCTUICTKltMlnAliAILWAY
. III rilioiw Tn" n. TO AVERY U .JtU"ll"
{)f that district has spotted se\erai ci ,
. ,, -- COMPAY.Trains
Are you Dl"1ualntC't'lth
the lynchers act l hence the reward RicLers? The flne=t line of umbrella- the IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF

causes quite a sensation. I'nder th-> city i* at J. I. Stephens'. Go lookat leave feneacola for the Liu..
0 t;riz2s:: Well!I. not very intimately. I 8ayonBtg Warrlngtoa.NaTj Y rand
law the trial of bnchers must he held them. Fort i> at
ne\er sitiltit until a week ao. I HARDWARE.
in another It i is claimed that
county. m.ltrln at Port Barrancai 7
have already been introduced to his I 11.30 :10 a.l
ftldence discovered! in Salisbury I0tw) a.m arrive at Yorllarranca.lO:6
; recently Foley's Hon Tar &.t
liver and ?
UlJuejs. however but J' and
as yetI 1 OU p.m.arrive at Barraoeai i:45 p B
.'t. shows the younger boy to have haven't beard a word about Lis stom.0 cures colds. prevents pneumonia. lWp. m. arrive at Fort Barrancas 4:15 p B Iron, Nails. Axes hn\'f I... Saw Ml:i: 'I ":""foa mb/at
been innocent of the crime for 6ispm.arriveat Fort Barrancai ?:onp t
ach. Boston .
and Heatin.stiv.
I supplies Cooking ,
Transcript. "8:00 p.m. arrive at Yon Barrancai 8:43p.t pm ,t. Oils
: t it was lynched. Th&loi 'eve Fort Barraneai for Pens Window Glass, Guns, Pistols ,. iK. 'M, :. Itle.:

' I Sated From an Awful Fair. We wi'l launder your spreads! lot cola at

: A Real Friend go cents each and make them look 7ia.m. arrive at Pensacola. ._. Woe a. B I Agate and Tinware ana Hon crll"l1 i hillg Goods.
I "Everybody I had con tUJpI like uw Star Laundry use p m. arr'.ve at I'enaeo1a.j1tt p.n2iXi I
: .'1 suffered from dypep-ia and indigestion lion p. m. arrive at Peniacola....... i.45 ".11 OENt FOR BIRMINGHAM
writes )Ir ($ ROLLING
I -. A. M. Shields f MILL COMPANVWRevere
o __ ___
_, _0 __ 5i 0> p m arrive at Pl'n acola......... 5.44 p o
for fifteen years," !saysV |Chambersburg, Pa., "I was sO lovI r 7::0<'p m. arrive at r>enacoa.._..... Itt p. Giant stitched Belting Northampton Emery

0 T. Stnrdevant of Merry Oak, X. C. I after *ix months of severe sickness PENNYROYAL 8:45't'aturUya p. in. arrive only at PemacoU_.... 9lUG.r Wheel Co., Liftin & Rand Powder Co.. Johnson's Kiltomine .

J "Alter I had tried many doctors and I caused by Hay Fever and Asthma: .. .. PILLS PARK FOR WCIK DATS.Peniaoola Iron King and Buck Stove* and RangrsS'm.
l.-7v..r "< > v"l, Gn." Coups: & fo.'s Raw Hide Li
... Leather
i _... ce Nasury'Made
medicines to no avail, one of civ II that few thought I could S'i .u. L..II to Fort BarrancasanO return 40.Penacola .
well KSil
I get .Hrfllt.TUt.:: !>t t: \ Railroad Colors.
to Navy Yard and return.... isPenscola
t Kodol. but I learned of the marvelous nieri I. Ktl> .nl Geld ""o!* ....... 4
0 ; friends persuaded me to try t ff,1' 't .>,*b'....nMM T.kf......... RefuMI < to Palmetto Beach ana re>crc lbSUSDAT
It gave immediate relief. I can eat of Dr. King's; Xew Discovery fo,r n..Ct... ...!KBb.lllnUi .i>4 Inltm- IOHKDTTD1 Masonic Templft. $ Pensacola. Fls.1 .
.. ..
/ II. 1 rf .
? ?r nuf or t 4r.
: almost anything I want now and mydigt'iltion ,: Consumption. used it, and wa com. I(0 .>n i.. :1.. I..u.-.I.! .._Tr.r'...l.l IT.t > When weather permit the running o -
i is good. I cheerfully ''pletely cured." For desperate Throa t \ ,: u.4"R.II.r tiff.. k* "* open coache
li'ui'i 'T!
-'\.. tt .lira iI..II_ I ;,.!r...". :O lH
} recommend Kodol. Don't try to laud Luns Diseases it i is the safpcurl' *t ..."i-0 -' S .n .'.... 4' _( 1.b"I._.. ... 10..1..1.r....) Leave Peniaoola. LT Fort Bairaeea9 '; .
l'IO'l W. B.
f cure stomach trouble by dieting. in the world and i is infallibl II a.m.a.m. m i. WRIGHT COmPANY,

That only further weaken the system. for Cnueh. CoUis and Bronchia I 1p.m. Jp. m

I You need wholesome, stronctheninp '. Affections. Guaranteed bottles 50c l1.I i CURE YOURSELF tp.m ( p.m.
% food. Kodol enables you to and $1.00. Trial bottles fre" at W. A CM Bigfl for onnitaril t p. m p.a : -----L MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
D'Alemberte's. outh Palafox..sri Oi.charer,,lDfl>mm tion< 'p. m pm. L--: t :t
what dijetintf
a ;imilaH"" you PIby ; irritation or ulcvratioot ( p.m. Ip.m -_
It without the stomach's aid.Hargis' of macoai mraiurtnr ip. m. Ip.m. LUMBER LATHS

Pharmacy.: John Sheppard, CASTOnJA. C. PwnlfM and cot titna- TAKI JOB BtVDAT"eni 111--. ,

Sidney Kahn. '. th. The kr.: Fa. Anay lbeitt3.v.t Sold by DrugtMa, .1 ooia arfl and to ratarn ort Barranoai___Hary__ it .I :LlJ SAfEDCTPBEHSfllFBLES-Hii-DrirtESj! !

.'" r seat in pU'u rapr. Pniaeola to Palmetto Beach antI
Pr r.Balnmm Stop.the Tickling.oc t. 111+ # II IT OU.ezrreee tr 3 ?.prvTi,4..?. I7L ta* """"________ it I !
c a4 U '* ; Circular I ...
I ;IJJ oc: IB tcfil ea No freight received after 1:1111. !D. -- PES ACOr.A, FLA.


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Napoleon's FailureTo


I 1''
win the Battle Waterloo was due to his stomach. In his youth

[ rinal! Napoleon's digestion was perfect. In later life he suffered from dyt* t

It in t.n-: b.-et: .s that: rcraltIIra : MEETING. pep&ia and indigestion and finally died of .
50/lEN/AM GI, a g'., .. iaui: jl;>;t oat (,f collide: -- ,! Ift I!rl t CANCER OF THE STOMACH. I.
I IJ'I When his stomach faDed
Napoleon's fortunes declined. Historian
}lard tf a u.ur.rilreckless! : disposition; j The fifth Sunday: meeting of the I I say he lost the Battle of Waterloo because something he ate the night ; 1111t44

t\L.L BOTTLED f was J'oiuto liis bane in I'rancls-: Eliia Association will be held with before,disagreed with him so seriously AS to render him incapable of 1'I i
Of I cell On the train: was Miss LStelleI I I I properly directing his army In Napoleon's time there wu HI n

-KIMG< BEEH6T I Cleveland of tile same city, a girl grade j I the Pleasant Hill Church June 27, 'Iy. known remedy for chronic stomach trouble. Today a certain curt
'( exists in such a remedy asKODOL
SOLD EVERYWHERE Mill i t of a joung' b,.irding sch.ol I 128 and 29. The program will be as .

"l iilonlnir i in: New llau-u. Miss Cleveland! was '' ) ) DYSPEPSIA CURE, l '
- --- :follows 1 ) Which by digesting what eat keeps the nourished I
about ;;: .. you body properly
to sit sail life's .
\\ Her Papa. I oil ocean as a {
::: .( and at the same time gives the stomach a chance to rest. The process
c Wllt'u you po to ask papa, the \ v+omun, with colors Hying, and was ; JUNE 27TH. .;: )- of digestion is due to the action on the food of the saliva, gastric '

f I;g he will do will be to accuse I ready to be uucou\eutional on occasion.: ,:: .. juices, and pancreatin a secretion of the intestinal tract. If any of

seeking: my hand merely to be- Irwin. who was sealed across the aisle, |, 8 p. in.-Preaching by Rev. J. H. 1 these elements are lacking perfect digestion is impossible. Kodol I

s MiD-in-iaw. | offered h r a novel to re.d. It was accepted McAnally. } Dyspepsia Cure contains them all in exact proportion and consequently j

Y-'s? And then but not rl :lli. It was not ex- I performs the process of digestion as well as the natural stomach. It I r i
Yj l is the ONLY preparation which contains them ALL and therefore the
juried that it would be read. Butte JUNE 28TH.
a thin J ou must agree with him. only one which digests ?
lot prouder of hmselt than he knew that it was to pave the way to a
It .. more pleasant passing of the time and 10 a. m.-Called to order by the r I ALL CLASSES OF FOOD.

acted accordingly.; In ten minutes they chairman; song Xo. 101 in Gospel You don't have to diet. Don't overload the stomach. Don't eat toa 1 ,
,/t.U/J fast. But eat all the good food you want in sufficient variety. Kodol t
Th'hi..f End were cl-atting plibly and In half an j hymns ; 95th psalm and prayer byI WTV' ) Dyspepsia: Cure will digest what yon eat. Thus the body will be sus k't I
n I. Inquired[ till student "do I hour knew a great trial about each
Dr. D. C. Burson. tained. Meantime the stomach will be resting. This rest will soon
ard as the thief end of man?" otlur. I ",alii sixty-nine lnn oM and have lived here restore it to health. Napoleon's case illustrates the fact that people

answered the professor, "it I ay after day parsed pleasantly. : 10:20 a. m.-Calling the roll of til O. uy"I life."In writes the W. H. Bowen from Mantua, with weak stomachs often fail in a crisis. The moment a man's h
merchandise business
what the When they rp-.rlu-d the mountains Irwin stomach is attacked his mental powers curtailed. The issustained
upon you want man churches and I fcere for twenty.five years. For wean I was are body
.roil want him to do brain work who had jrn>wn covetous of a kiss !, hearing reports from troubled with dyspepsia and Indlgt tion. I by the food we eat. The stomach distributes it to the various F 1 l
tKad and if froi.i his r.'s each. 1 tried everything but received little benefit until parts of the body. Sometimes the stomach falls to digest the 1
you want him to cr.pani dewy: lips was 1I I took Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. I can My truly
ads its his reekkss I that it is the best remedy for dyspepsia ever put food put into it. Then the work of distribution is interrupted and the r ::1
feet"Now enough; to yield to the temptation. 11 a. m.-The work of the i iI
In a bottle. I can eat anything I want now and body left without nourishment. This amounts to complete or partial (
1 I.earnirg (rem the conductor the have recommended it number of
i Spirit in the Churches Rev W. to a friends starvation. You can't expect much of
by who report the tame good result*in case."
to Avoid Trouble. 'location: "f a tunnel: t!:. y were approaching \ I every A STARVINC MAN OR WOMAN. !
J5.; Ioritz and others. I
he waited till the train
W n the time to provide yourd was Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cures the worst cases of stomach trouble. If you have simply an occasional functional derangement lM

family with a bottle oier1 f''' within a i.Jliut' it. thin told Mi>s 11 :1:) a. m.-Has the church any ; with belching, fulness or sour rising after meals, a teaspoonful of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will set yof i
; Cleveland that he was going: into the I right at once. It never fails.
in',; Uolic Cholera and ,. scriptural riaht: by which to govern
.mokt'r.s :soon as tile train l'ntt'rcllI 'I THEY KNOW ITS MERITS.

ova Iteumly. It ii almost !i the tunnel ho returniHl llX'atellllis seat its' member?: By Rev. J. L. Br}'ars "Having been a rest.uflererfromindlgesttonaadrea'tingevnatur! "I bid itoTiicti trout)!* all my life."MTI Proprle tor Edw. Mehler,of ;

to be needed before the sumI I I by his; b...Ion jrings and knowing preeKclr !1 and other 1een Kodol and l>Mpepil brluif unable ture.: "to>a>obtain i Pmtmaiter permanent IC. H.Pellet Randal rrauU: ed try all the kind l"nJ.'nlloUlIlIlC utr"ln.dlel.: Work auo.ulted.evrrat. Uli Parade I">t.. Erie.and Pa., "and bar tried 1 I
,- over, and if procured now I la. "Before I bad ued one bottle I knew I bad found what I bat Inn* "'-lure spent eoulderabl I
the trjlti
position (It Miss: Clevelande |' mooey to get a moment's peace. Finally I read of kodul Dytpepila :
il 12:30-Recess for dinner looked for. adewbonteelwucaredofsoreor.alamyshin thai Cure and b'JUoIht a trial bottle. 1 '
bate uird several now sad
in th
a trip to town
-.tveyou | snatched kiss. 1 had not been free from for
a There was a stilled more than ten years I am better today can say with the greatest satisfaction that 1 never tonal Us equal 11
or in your bu-ie=t s-eh-ou. It% 1:40 m.-Devotional thin In yean and conilder bat Kodul: Dyspepsia Cure bat gtvee ate a curing stomach trouble. I gladly recommend It." .
vi'rvwhere scrum; then all save the rattle was p. exercises b'w kate of life." I
admittpd to be HIP
,t "uccea.ful medicine in uefor II again still. Irwin returned to thesJtlL.'r. }led by Jesse Jordan I Prepares Dy E.C.OeWIlt I Co.,Chlciga. The $1.00 Battle contain 2v( times it much (by actual meisursmsnl) it the trill ill* ,t
I which tells for 60 contt.
wel iniplnint, both for children
adults. No family cun afford to I Half an hour (later he sauntered lazily I 1:55p. m.-Has a Millenary Bap-I( KODOL DYSPEPSIA CURE DI
without it. For Fale bv all drug- into the car, casting,: a frightened L Lglance I' 'tist church a scriptural right -- _

.' > and medicine deal rs.Foiey's I ; at the girl he had kissed. She 1 I \lain members in full who a i .

I was immersed the novel he had let fellowship ? For Money DR. MOFFETT'8 Cures Cbolera.lnfaBfuf( :; I
Kidney Cure \'I \her tint upon his rl'lI1arknUl'nn: / the i i j'i oppose supporting mission work When a girl marries for money, very Diarrhoea.Dysentcry !I

dikes kidcers and bladder right. j I i I beauty of the scenery she" dropped the By Rev A. S. J. Countryman. often she has to make the divorce court I the Bowel Troubles ol I.t :'
- I, her collection agency.-Baltimore Her Children of Any Mgi.
book and Joined him in admiring: the 1
3 m.-Has
p. the church the right y fd Aids
ald. Digestion,
' ***** view. Irwin wondered if she would J' t LRMIMG.rOWOtRS) RtguUta II ,
PUBLICITY FOR I tell him of the insult that had been offered |I to retain members who buy, sell, uApt the Bowels, Strengthen 'I "
Many a man who Is capable of giving Costs Oalj 25 cents at the Child end M.ku ;
I Druggists
i her but she did not.fll'r all. Work and ride on trains on the Bab- '.. ,. TEETHING{ EASY'
THE PEOPLE. II what good would it do? And maidenly good advice isn't capable of earning t ti Or nail 25 ctnU to C. J. MOFFETT. M. D. ST. LOUIS. MO. ,
By J. L. Bryars, J. H. his saltNognod! .
reserve naturally forbade it. I Columbus, t1A..1s iJ,1NYF. :
ItR. C. J. '
I i I Irwin and Miss Cleveland met often McAnally, B. H. Skinner, I. Spence, : health uule*. the kidneys "irdern) to ytOFFETT-Mtear our little grand child Doctor irith H the .haiwiext'" your TKF.THIXA result The tTeethtnff .I
h\ery Word Costs You a Cent, were nlmotit
i j in society the next winter in San Fran I J. L. Taylor A. M. Lowery, J. E. are sound. Foley' Kidney Cure f"'f'rIlHPd.magical, and fours certainly mere satisfactory than from an thing
and Word is Head "f'1'trlllU, JOSF.PU H.
Every i I cisoa Irwin grew more and more attentlve. !!Holley, A. H. J. Countryman T. makes the kidney risht. W. A. Aoic Bishop Southern Methodist' Church.) I'nutor of at. I'nul KK\(1u.l"C'h., ,
By erjbody. and the girl seemed to give him D'Alemberte, 121 S. Palafox.

...... --.;:-- : -..- + i,; considerable c-ncouracement. Hut lr- ,i Fillingim, J. W. Day and others I TIME TABLE.

\l'i I'TU: LEN n.1 win, will, like must men, did not appreciate j I 5 p. m Adjourn. ,
o .. .. .. _._____. ___ I I II I : ,
\1 ,'. 3 T. \X-On household fnrnlCIW I transferred what was his attentions easy to pet to suddenly another! 7:45 p. m.-Song and prayer service i j I The Beer LOUISVILLE AND KKKKCT NASHVILLE DECEMBER 1. liKll RAILROAD.IN if
.cs. and all kinds of I I
.. .1'\ Term easy Htnctest per : frlj-1. Not Ions aft! r this, on pacing;: led by L. C. Bowman. j li I i
a ai,tei'd. Apply to A. A. FI lie r, New Orleans and Mobile.
Miss Cleveland, he I
i .tint i street.Ms was surprised to : s p. m.-Hearing reports of our That Made ---- -- -
I receive a dead cut As soon aw he could
:missionary, Rev. J. W. Day ; and No.b. ;o,4. I So.!. No.8. 'n.t.. No 8. ,
> Mon improved real es-I i pet pen and paper he wrote her a note il; a UI\: m' !lab p' Leave. ... Pensgeola.Arrlve 5i: ) a 4i')) 8:00 ) '
1 p :
'. "> > 'r Mil-ill amounts at low i asking to be informed how he had offended 'discussion by ail | lIiiI' a 2::7 p I III a Leave..... loraaton ..... Leave '>::X a'' 2:30 p 7:25 p p"' 'I eILO
i '' '"I. ill on Leslie ..;. Brooks |I DANNM1SS I n I ) a f'l: p I :::i5 I l.'ave. .... Mobile .... Leave 12Sn't 12:15 n 6UO
at-"1'.. &;, -'at. la*, v .. S Palafox tit,itmliuATOXKV KUber her .\ reply came saying;: that |i 9 p. m.-Adjourn. I T&MOV5& U .... -_.- ffip 7:$) a-Learx--- .:Ni>.w iirleana 1 .. .-Leave- -"a--'p-_ -7:2ja-; ---p. 1 H I
while traveling,: on the same train with j North. '
: ,
-- I him the previous summer she had rei'i JUNE 29TH. i ii I I

_i'i Vou: CAn TO-D.\borrow) -110 any yon amount need money want ) celled an indignity! and had learned i |r :'! -ISVICTORIA- "0.2. No. .. No I No. 8. '
. i ',r on I'1t.j.l >st terms and lowest rates that he was the perpetrator. j !a a. m.Song and prayer service lIlJpm; 12I'ip m Leave..... Pensacola ...,.Arrive 4:00pm I 6:00am 1
..'eonImproved :13am :;iipm Arnv8.. )tontTomery _I.eave 1I:15Im i r
. a'.e-from Nrii. t uber,fcuft ttouth city Fala-real I From Bailing on the crest of the I led by D. M. Merritt. i i' 11:5i llam 9iprat! -\rnvd..HlImlnltbaml.ave 5x3am : 4edpmi ;:SSPDl I!
j -treet. In-tf I wave-that Is. ha\'Incboice betWM-n i f 7:00 p m 3:111 a m Arnve_.... Nashville ......Leave ........... I _.. /
: 9:30: a, m.-Is the church repon- i.I 2:80 am >1:1:1.. m Arrive... Loulsvllll ._.Lt'ave 9:15: p m ra5
; two /,1rllrwln was plunged; into the MADE BY ACME BREWING CO. TSoam 11:5111': m ., am "
J P "Mlit YOU money WANT Insure TO BO your K HOW property MONKV, pro-i I truuzh. He could nut rememberhom | ;Bible for the !Sunday: school? By J, nEST 10-CKXT BOTTLE ItKKK I, 7.e,lam frig ltJm Atllv ..Ht.Lotll'.Leaye tliipm_ IIUipm M55! p mPENi i '

rvabstracti title buy or sell real es- he had told of his tunnel kiss, but he A. Godwin and others. ACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.No. :
ia: runt property of any description bare IN TOWS.DANNHEISBER. .
.tt solleoted or your taxes attended to, had considered the episode too pood to 11:21)< ) Who 4l-Daily No. 3-Daily No where '
: a. n: should first enlist stop time not Shown No.
4-billy 4o. .
cart oa or address Tboa. i I n-DaU1 .
C. Watson 4 Co. keep and had told his sister for on ,

Real.Jo,;late and Insurance agents Pens..- withholding the name of the lady kill in the Sunday school work? By E. BROS. 1I:5. pm T:')) a m !Leave.. ..l't'nsacola..Arrlve 10ipm: 630 ;;- ; I
C. la Kla. Charges moderate. To everyone II AGENTS FOR THE 1.:15 night 7:1 .. Iobl'mll......... 111:31" j- ,
n bays: a lot from in we will lend money ed. His sister denied repeating thei H. Adki?on, T. H. Orimlar and CELEBRATEDI. 1:::!') 7-I1 If ..... Ynleslra........ 10:34" 8:01"fIclI I" !
* a which to build a house. sd-tt I i story, and Irwin gave up trying to find 11:23 7:11: .........clmbll. ...... 10:1'1": 6:57 .. J' ,!
others I. f Harper i Whi y. I:!::&) h 7i"; .... Iulat .......... III::!:! I Iif J i
I. l ()Ct'TI\'. out how It had reached Miss Cleveland. It\: 7M ?. .. ... ..... Harp .... ..... 10:21" ''t 1
,.--- ----NI _- I For months he was pa'thej'jfrge of sui. Tile ,peikers: will be limited to ten Main Houe-401 H, Palafox street i ili. 121 h 7n": .,. ..--..... "a I'ny.. ...... 10:15" I 6f.1i7": I
1..5M 7tJ": ..... .. Sti1ton. ...... j.
10:10' "
...S BEATRICE WH1TK will continue clde. Sensitive bj patnre1 ? minutes each. K. Exchan-Orp. Union DepotP. 1:80 a m ....Good tange- ..... .... 6'A 1 : ,. I I,
M 1 aching 'locution through the sun-1| truthfully accused of InsulSng a" p- I 0. Box 2*1. Pensacola, Fla. IM 9:15; _......... Holts .... ...-. 9:35 ;i.tI.'I:! .,
onthr In thrf undav school room ofnver.aiit 11:20: a, Missionary Sermon by Phones: l1I .2l8.Its !;'N" I y':$I"' .". ......MIlIIltan ....._ '' 9:21)j 4:11 .
church assisted by :Miss less girl was dreadful. Besides, he had i 2:3.1" ":' i" ........ Crtstvlew........ 8:13 I 4'XI' I. .
Whit. ,. who has recently returned ''realized that after all ho loved Mrss Rev. B. H. Skinner of Atmore. > ; 8:1'1" ".M" .......11 e..r Land ....- 8M SJU 'i 1
-hool In connection with the elo'Env i :. SI" 11.11) ...... M05,y head ..... 8.1: awe .. I'
will teach a summer school j Cleveland and this made It maddening. I 12:20: p. m.-Collection for mist ..03" 11:1.: .DeFuniakbpringt. 8,1i 2 ., I
MnndavJutel. ItjI..I.I W'l i Finally he met less Cleveland at a 4:1a :U" ........... Argyle: ....._ 744 2:31: 1 i( ",. .
sion?. a Mistake tH') 1I: 7' _...ponl'6 dt Leon.._ 7::'II ; I .
| ball. lie had l IIt twenty pounds ( [ 1i:1) 1'liI' .. ..WlJnvlllt! ....._ 7:17 2:13: I I
\ : \\'\VANTJI: !i 5u't: h.15' .. .... ..... 1i6
111:1.1' flesh and naturally the lady noticed 12:30' p. m.-Recess for dinner. | l.aryvIlle. ? 7:1l': 1.11 "
-t_j_ __ __L J____i_,__' i iMen ( I[ Ii 3:1" 1,1:111' _'_'u' Ionlfay_....... 6:55! I : j !
1\ \ to''' to learn barber trail, i i iI his altered appearance especially the ;:, 2:20 p. m.-Song, "How Firm a ,, 11:'_) 10:47 ..... ...Lblpley .. .._. 87"! i I 11"1-i. :" j
I f'ir our graduates. WI'AIII hungry look ho gave her, She nodded 'j jjl I! 'I: First-Class Western Beef Is' 1\:811", 11:01: '' ?. ..Cottondale....._ 81'1" UH;! noon : 1 t
.'>t proposition ever offerer! Foundation"by the choir and 70" 1I5": .........MarlaJlna....... I\I '' 1
to him. he Joined her and they retiree j : prayer 7:80" l1fi" ._. ..._ 12:1. + i;
i n' pares you for J12 tieriv. .k.I I'I'I I : .Cyprl' .. .... 1 :S>j" lIfi 1'-1:
: Moler ISarber College' n de.serti-d corner.! I bv T. \V. Ficklin. Not 25 Cents a Pound. 7:4.J" II;)! ? ...-Grand Rldge 5\1": 11 ::!:l am" I I
Je2tf iM" 1hS noon "- ..... .... neads .. ....... a' 1i: I" 1:50), I t I f'I
After the interview Irwin was a 8:15" 1IS" r I
2:30 p. m.-Preaching by Rev. J. ArrlvtRlvl'rJnnction _Leave 1i:1O" 10:"1" !
i'ult i"AJ.l.. changed man. He picked up the llesh ,
he had lost his eye resumed its a c- | W. Day. Look at our Price : --- t-

f,' -.\ : I-. 1 1'.1" most desirable lots to customed brightness, and he appeared 3:20 p, m.-Adjourn. I tyear. Now! t =GOLA i=()I I CHOICEST 11 11t
1 'v i'. racy. terras, by the "'let er !' I Extra Loin. ... .. .. lictoISo 20cj
.- al, "al. Agency, 2WU South Palate more cheerful than eter before. He1:' 7:45 p. m.-Prayer service, L. H. Round .. .. .. .... . 15c 15c |'
l almI'ur told his sister that he had been for- Brisket and Chuck. Sc lOc || Grist and Corn Meal Wills, : -OF- i

: given for his sin, which Miss CleveI: I Grimlar. Rib Roast .... . loc Hci

lte'nt. 'ij 1 land had shown him unperaon- ...... ..... I F. GONZALEZ & CO. Prop i j
----..-...... was n i- ': !b:! p. m.-Preaching by Rev. J. W. Ramp loc 15c [, ; f R011S ADD CONE ij ff EC110NERr[ Y rCHOICEMfALANUPUIIEO1tOUNiI
j i ". I u'n niL-el furnisbed room. 7': able. Therefore she was the lo'clil'stI Day. Considering quality above prices Manofactrreri !

.:Mi. prmg ntreet. alut I of women since she bad pardoned him.Iradnally are cheaper than in any other city of j ) I ,

--. -' ; ( he was permitted to renew, ,; 5:50 p. m.-Adjourn by singing;1: this size in the country. STOCK FEKD.Fatroniie -AT-

.tg' nlVturtvd.. I his attentions to the woman he had GOd be with You Till We Meet We do have to pay more for our Home Industry, tor there li C APOSTLE'S f ;

wronged and at last was emboldenedi meats and have to charge more every reason yon should bay your Meal and .
\\ i'.Et-A. good solicitor; will pay again." than formerly, but it iu't our fault, Htook Feed from the Home Manufacturer, i ,
: iiinmi-olon to rigkt one AC -i, to propose for her baud Miss Cleveland for by 10 doing yon encourage home Indni. "'".
ii are ttm office. milt I and we are selling as low as we pos 14 East GoTermeit t St ,: ; ;
cast him hack into the slough of Benediction by Rev. J. L. Bryan, try. Your money Is left In the community I y
; sibly can. and yon In tnrn are Indirectly benefited it!;
11'ANTLI). I despond by telling him that, though she A cordial invitation la extended to' In fostering the home manufacturer you ,I Formerly Cordova Restaurant Stand 1ft! ,1
.. - had pardoned him. I'llnewr could '' PARLOR MARKET contribute to tbe cause of labor. You owe .j' C'!t.
.. 'I all attend this it to in which I Ole car-load of i1
to meeting.I community live and
>I.' from E: Pineapples at '1.75 "
men r-
\\ Fireyoung/: marry a man who had committed such, I ;:
," 'unty at once to prepare for Phone 173.: Inn S. Hell & Soup. whloh contributes to your support. 1 to $2.00 per dozen "
Government Service Apr i. ,I an ofTense. M. ]MERRITT, : ,

Mi"!e torred. Inst.. Cedar Ranj i i Irwin hung about Miss Cleveland. -.- .-- -
ITJlm 1'. M. PMTI-HETT Chairman. --
j ji pining, hoping: against hope, iiow reo I

" s.1: n-.trbtclasahore-bhoeral, i: feixiiig slight encouragement; only to Secretary.

'refereuceH.. Apply to Spi'zer I recene? n setback at their next meeting. t- 1 r F.
,' ''k. 1";; Kait Garden street I'. O. 'I E.8rawner's.One-Plice Cash House ( I :i
'' iiiacola, Kla. : I'.etwtvn them that kiss in the

i I tunnel loomed up {blacker if that could GOOD HEALTH
U1'K l, WA T"lbYI.minI{ 15-year-1 i be, than the tunnel it>'l'lt. Suddenly! ,
I boy. You'll find him at No, t,1
,.itden street. JHtfl I|I without warning, Mis3 Cleveland Can only be obtained by keeping

\ M'Klt-Krekh yard eggs- at Melt1{ '! changed her' manner to lam and gave the blood pure and the digestion > .CUT PRICES IN TWO !i i.ra.

Apostle's Iietaurant.11'ANTEDAll him to understand that the episode was perfect. For this purpose .

kind. ot empty beer' a thing of the past. Humbly he HoSTETTER'SSTOSACfBITTER9re IOu' ) yards Dress Hwisseq! worth 6c 20 dozen Ladles' Lisle Thread I 16o --
introduced pieces Medicated
was fifty 24-inch
years ago
.. ', norstrHelp thanked her and In time humbly 10 Cotton ,
newed his request that she should and to-day it is recognized as yard, yards for 30 cents. Vests, worth 35' tents, yours for 20 Diaper, 10 yards In a piece worth

"AViiitefl-3ltilc- --. .............. --. --I- spare him a life of misery by becoming the the world.leading It health will cure restorer DYSPEPSIA in 1000 yards Dress Dimitys, worth I cents. Soc, for this sale, &)c. !

\STKD-Trustworthvperson' li .each his \\ ife. This time she assented. BILIOUSNESS, FLATULENCY 7L"clO-, yards for 45 cents. 1000 Boy's and Men's collars, ](it) dozen Ladies' Fast Black. Fall
nty to businessold t b- i
manage e "
none, solid financial standing! Mr. and Mrs. Irwin had come to t CY AND MALARIA, FEVER AND 20uO) yards bleached yard wide Domestic I broken sizes, to close out at 3 each. Seamless Hose, regular IOc goods, v ''..

'it check hona Ode each weekly Wt>dnl'sday..1th cash salary allex-fly|] humdrum of life. Kisses were so pie nACE.. Try it. 10 yards for 45 cents. I 200 Ladies Madras and White tic for' this sale, 61ic a pelt 4 pair for ,

direct from headquarters: money ( tiful that the husband wondered how HOSTETTER'SSTOMACH t Waists, worth 75c and $1, to close at
' ,' J for expenses. Manager, S9 C'ax- 2000 yards unbleached Sea Island I
.. he could have resorted to a tunnel to 45c. 100 dozen Men's Seamless! Half
t ding, Chicago.: --- JTs.vnilw- .-. I get one BITTERS. yard wide Domestic, 10 yards for 45I i Hose, in brown, red and black, for

PuuLruY. -- ''Estelle." he said one day "you have I cents. 160. pairs Lace Curtains 2.', yards 6c a pair. jIf
:, long, regular 75c goods to close at
- - - -- ,
,V 'tiL); COMB BROWN LEGHORNS never told me who gave me away in I II i I 2000 yards Embroideries, regular 45c. 25 dozen Men's French Dropped. ;

'. .jsively. Htock and Eggs for the matter of that kiss." price 7>| to 612c,10 yards for 15 cents. Stitched Under Shirts, worth 40c, to ) '
orders at Willis Hard ware Go's. mtf1IA1U VWhat kiss?" I PROFESSIONAL CARDS. I I 25 dozen Large Turkish Bath T 'w- close At 25c each. Drawers to match.

"The one I snatched the tunnel." -I II Ii 1000 yards Dress Pique and Docks, els, worth f2, will close at 120.
GOlllei. worth 10 and 10 30 dczen Men's a,
12} c, yards for 85 Fancy Striped I
' ; "Didn't I? Well, I'll show you the: I 20 dozen 24x58-lnch Bleached Lace Under Shirts 45c
Ims\. SARAH BEIR ;E-Manufactur i i W. C. ROWE, M. D. cents. each. Drawers .
.., dealer In Hair Goods, Hats. Toilet i proof of your villainy." }! Towels, for this sale, at 50c dozen. to match.

ttr\r I tlS, Hair OlJ,eto.,82{ W. Government Unlocking a glove box:, she took out a Office: l"!X S. PaUfox. I 1000 yards Dress Cross Bar, worth 35 dozen 23x42-incb Towels
2 dozen
.t Ladies'
,I regular Back and 4r
handkerchief and showed him his initials Hours from 9 to 9:13 s. m. and 1 to 8 p. mInd i S.'jC, 10 yards for 50 cents. lOc goods for this ale! 90c Bilk Taffetta Waist, regular Colored 1 tj:
I-'ta>\\vur For KuncrulM.IT1 I price
--- - - "' 'I. In a corner .after o'clock 25 dozen Ladies' Bleached Vest, dozen. 3.50, to close at f 2 20 each.

> IWER8R FUNERiL8-t ;nll11ed "When you kissed me my hand' Phono aril I I with tape in neck, 5 vests for 25 GOO yards White Batiste Lawn This sale will
promptly in bouquets special designs rubbed against this handkerchief. positively not ran
hangIng -
Jilt Violette Moreno: West Gregory cents. regular 12i quality, 10 yards for t>icc. for longer than one week. }
II cne 3'11. JDdlm out of your pocket I seized It; andIt
-- has been In that box PARKER'SHAIR f
: e"'ell,since. I -

......-CUT J.o"'LO\VEU- S.- - vowed you should pay dearly for that C1anaet and tetoufitt BALSAM tht h&S. F. E. BRAWNER'S ONE.PRICE CASH
( <'T FLOWERS and Floral Eeslgnsv -- kiss, and""And I liner Promote.Ail. hunruot to Bettor frevth.Qnj HOUSE r

. I ipecletdeelgnt ordered for customers.' I you married meETliAX ." Hale to ate Youthful Color ,
hit .
828 Wen Orego CUR pip duwm ft tmiiot
. lOne IIQdlm'' A. LINCOLN. ..V.tndlm Drorgutt +.o, 1Qa SOUTH PALAFOX 8TBEET.'a .=gg&


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Politics and I
i --='' : q| UNDER FIRE The 42 I Annual Statement i,,
I 1'asr
'k S 1 1 Ending December 3l,;t,
KlUred at tbe Post Office at Pensacola, I : ) tesolvent AND PERSONALS I 11
FU.iecond-ca matt r.I !I I I
( i I The transfer system of the ElecI -
Politicians. jj j
OFFICE :-Pitt', Building S11J Bouthfalaloi : : ,l .ilm EQUIrABIEe
I street, up-stalrb. I ..I I tric Street Railway Company seems PILLS
: Mr. Jos. Santo is celebrating th
j to be a source of worry to certain

:! I THE HEWS PUBLISHINC CO. \ I, members of the council, and an effort I 21st anniversary of his birth today.: FIFE ASSURANCE EOCIEII

t t Terms: Invariably in Advance. j Every good democrat will acceptthe : | will be made to change it. ; CUTICURA RESOLV- ) Mrs. Orayson Joyner returned to ,

,. On Year by Mall -. -KMSuMontht verdict of the primary electionj i Under a resolution introduced at'I ENT PILLS (Chocolate the city today from a visit to relatives Assets .... ...... .. j;':A, ;"" '3
It, 5( ,
in Bagdad. Reserve and
j July 15 and give hearty support tall o' council ( other Liabu-
the Wednesday!
I One Week by Carrier, at-Rble Monday I( 'I meeting Coated, 60 doses, 25c.), are I sties... ... .... ... 259.\ .-,
1 1 the nominees at the regular election night, the city attorney will be required Oeo. Strauz, a prominent dry

Adrer1isi"g fates Furnished on Application November next. I a new, tasteless, odourless, goods drummer of Montgomery, is Surplus(from which Dividends --
: to look into the matter and -
,h TELEPHONE NO. 118. I economical substitute for the among the guests at the Merchants. are paid,. . ._$ 71 ..
: ascertain whether or not the system! ,_ }*** t:
: !. General Lamar is running for congress celebrated liquid CUT 1 W. J. McPhail of the Lake Lumber Paid to Policyholders
f in is not in violation witn in
t on his own merits,as the friendof now vogue CURA RESOLVENT, as Company of Florence, Ala., was 1901.... ..... ..... ..f 1.7'!..,.,1
clauses in the franchise.
:t UNION LAEEi the people, and on his record as well as for all other blood among the arrivals at the MerchantsI New Insurance in 19ul..f :HI.. #
The resolution in question was night. Total Insurance in force
i I
i k pit tip j, the servan of the people. The peo-.1 fathered by Capt. William Hays, purifiers and humour cures. Dec. 81, 1901! -.. ... .l,17i ,,'7a ;:;;
C. B. Townsend Montgomery,
i.l[ pIe know they can trust him; and
PEHSAOOLA, JUNE 20, 1902.I I who, in support of same, spoke of Each pill is equivalent to one an attachee of the Standard Oil cial Notwithstanding the greater.' :gn
: j they are going to elect him as the strength of the Society amid
'\. from the several cases of alleged incivilityand teaspoonful of liquid RE- Company, is among the guests at greater security which its P hr\fI.e
first new
7 : THIS is the season when one II congressman unfairness; which had lately SOLVENT. Put up in the Merchants. are holders LOW thereby and enjoy the RATE!
{ Third district. GUARANTEES bor.:
!t wishes it possible to secure seeds ofthe .1.1r r come under his notice, and whichhe screw-cap pocket vials, containing Mr. S,.M. Cross, who has been at- ter than given by other comralJlt.KXO"'LES .

ice plant. The evidences are plain that the wanted remedied at once in the : 60 doses, price, 25c. tending his milling interests in Mil-

V : ton, came down on the City of Tampa -
'l Cleveland and Hill can "gettogether" Myers-Coston forces are in dire interest of the public. CUTICURA RESOLV- t 1 BUGS.
this morning.
4 at the Tilden club openingin straits and recognize the fact that it I The resolution was held up pend- ENT PILLS are alterative, ,

I I New York, why should Bryan will require strenuous elf Jrts to hold ing an investigation by the city at- antiseptic tonic and digestive I lOtto Clausen of Davenport, Iowa General Agents,
f who has a summer home near the
hold |
I Alderman Reilly objected to 309 i t;. Palafox St.. PEXSAi
tr s their forces together, but in their torney. and beyond question the i quarantine station, is in the city, a It.\
j; in conventionassembled I it because he said it should ; -
ILLINOIS democrats, desperation they have overdone the come I guest at the Merchants.
did not recognize Carter I I purest, sweetest, most successful i I
when there was a larger meeting. FISH CHOWDER
have laid aside the up
thing. They I
possibili and economical blood Miss Allie D. Carter arrived in the
Harrison as a presidential I I
t have defeated mask and the people now see them The portion of the street car regulations : I city this morning from St. Louis; onIon I
s'y or they wuuld not and skin purifiers humour
which are objectionable the her Milton where she will BY THE
him for the chairmanship. as they are. I | way to SEA SHORE

I _____ I most is tile fact that a transfer will I cures,and tonic-digestives yet i visit the Misses Hemphill.
NEW ORLEANS i* to have a negro I No intelligent man will be de- t not be given unless requested at the compounded. !! Captain John Hoodles, owner of

" + naval ofllcer. Probably in recognition I : time of payment of fare. Even if I the Milton shipyards, who has been At the Santa tau Surf ()..
of the fact that Louisiana possesses dis-cIssion
some "protection democrats" i people have ridden but one block I COmplele Treatment $1 1 in the city the past few days, returned :| establishment, the u.iteU ,

< ;. among the members of its delegation I public record as a public servant is I!I before asking a transfer it I is refused, : Complete external and internal treatment i f to Milton this afternoon I' Frank Maura, will jriv-! ..110..,: '

in Congress. merely batch of mean insinuations and in nearly every case occasionsa for every humor, consisting Cr Tn tits | 0. Alsop, a prominent oak stove celebrated fish chow'icr. ..\"rSm..

WATCH-- the- -several- republican meant to nj are his chances ol elec- i great lot of wrangling. and SOAP scales,C/ic.,, and to cleanse soften the the skin thickened of crafts cuticle, and E. Lovelace, a prominent iI i- I I day at 6 o'clock p. U.. Aj

: state platforms and see if they do not tion. They thought the campaignwas I lu every car, however, the enforced ; CrnriKA OINTMENT, 50o., to instantly I timber dealer, of Brewton, j i shore beach. The -tt-aiin: II II i iprie
Ala., are in the city on business |
allay itching, inflammation, and .
I vigorously denounce trusts, demand to be fought out on the merits of I I will leave Palafox w \1(
regulations are posted conspicuously irritation, and houthe and heal; and CUTIcriu -

t more stringent anti-trust legislation, the candidates! Well, how are we I, and may be read from a car's Kt>"LVF>T PILLS,2-'., to cool and i J. A. Bryan, after spending a few 2:30 p. m. every Sunday. 1Foley's !..-"
I and say never a word about tariff I cleans the blood. A SINGLE SET is often days here in the interest of the At- I

s I reform-the only cure for the trust i to judge the merits; of a public man length. These rules were posted sufficient cure the mo-t torturing, disfiguring !- ,I l.lnta Journal, left yesterday for .

#i' : evil! I I except by his record as a public ser- ; some weeks before their enforcement scalp,and, itching blood hnmoul'eczt'masra..hes, burning! and scaly skin,, points in counties east of Pensacola. no opiates Honey and can and safely Tar b r* 11'-i :v., f

, WE imagine that we are having a f I! vant? If he has not been true to the i and by this; act of the company and irritations, with lots of hair; from James Cook of Mobile, who has \, to children.. W. A. D'AleniDen-
121 t; Palafox street.
; warm political season: here in Florida trust reposed; in him by the people plenty of time was given the infancy to age, when all else fails. : the contract for the erection wf the
I CiTICI. Ruinin sold thrruchout the world.! -
just now, but it is nothing to the who elected him to one office, would public to be acquainted with them. BntahPepotY7.2S.Chnnerhon.eSgl.ond: FrtnchDtp"t. cottonseed oil mills near Uoulding! I j

i f I, South Carolina primary campaign, he any better represent their Inter 1 ..Coir i Hue,Sole deli Proiib Put,,BMtoa Peru ,U.POTTEI 8.A. Data upCaia. J arrived in the city last night on 134 134 134 134 134

g jast opened for a two-mouths'run. Whooping Cough. train No. 5.i I .........rfh.._KV..-<....... :., .. I
I t ests in a higher office? I i rfS )
Seventeen state and congressional My little son had an attack of NOTICE ; TELEPHONE SUB Numerous friends of the lady will 1134 134 tI
t offices to fill and ft! candidates in whooping cough and was threatened
R the field I was talking yesterday with one with pneumonia ; but for Cham SCRIBERS.Our I i be highly pleased to learn that :Mr*. 'I ; AadeSOD'S: TelfPhone, '

I of the excursionists who came down I berlain's Cough Remedy we would |I Chas. Mann is recovering rapidly 18 for Public Ube: 134
have a serious time of it. It also ,! from the dangerous: sickness with 134lJt nn IT-
AT Savannah and other Atlantic attention has been called to the I
attend the rally at
to Myers-Coston ._ .
saved him froir several attacks of 'i i --.c.- I
careless of' which she recently attlicted.i .
I ports the miners' strike has caused a way in which a number was
I Clutter's hall Wednesday night. He croup.-H. J. fc-TKicKKADEN, editor i i 134
: subscribers use their telephones. This : 134 134 134 134
coal famine, and vessels have much iroW7Fair Haven Wash. i Misses Annie and Virginia Purdy,
carelessness is the
told me that he had been wanting to cause of numerous
their bunker For sale all and medi-
filling by druggists
t difficulty I complaints from those who use their students of the Academy of Visita-1 i

n Here in Pensacola fuel is plentiful visit Pensacola for some time, but i cine dealers.-- -- j instruments properly and, in order to tation, Spring Hill, Ala., after making '

and the number of large steamers owing to sickness in his family and i I make the service more uniform, we good records at the final examinations i- : Buffalo
i whjcjh enter for bunker coal i* in- ONE OF THE MANY MYERS'VOTES ; must respectfully ask all subscribers !
I poor crops he had not felt able to expend to follow carefully instructions as':;', will arrive home tomorrow I

1 creasing.AN AGAINST THE PEOPLE II j noted below. afternoon. I i
j even the mall amount for car I ,
j 1. When calling place the receiver
English naturalist testifies in fare, therefore he gladly acceptedone ( i Capt. and Mrs. W. O. Barrow at Baking Powder
i closely to the ear and as soon as the |
behalf of the sparrows which are so of the free excursion tickets so :' Senate Bill No. 28. A Bill to be entitled operator responds give the number whoe residence, in Milton, Captain ,' .

often regarded as a nuisance that a he could shake-hands with Pensa I "An Act to prevent unjust discrimination 'for which yon are calling as quickly as T. B. Thomas died, accompanied his

tingle! pair will destroy in a summer in the rates charged for possible as there are others waiting remains to this city and attended ,,

not less than OUW insects. If they I cola friend once more. 'They I !,on her for attention. 1 the interment here. They returnedto
i i transportation of passengers and 2. Always call for the number of the
would confine their efforts for I didn't have tickets enough to Milton today.
go freights by railroad companiesand party you wish to speak to, do not

awhile to Hies and mofjuitoes all around." aid he "or more of the ',, other common carriers, and call for "na nes" or "street: numbers." .i Master Edsrar Purdy, who is a pupil Fief
'as thp operator will not atten- i
be pay
forgiven. any
I! boys would have come down." ''to prohibit railroad companies and lion to calls of this nature. !,' at St. Utrnard's College, near +

MANY Floridians will remember I Funny! The ticket agent mu hive j:( Other common carriers in this state ;; 3. As soon as your bell rings answerit Cullman, All.: has arrived home for

'Cucumber :Miller" who landed in misunderstood his instructions. : from charging other than just and promptly as the party calling may
the state several years ago with the I reasonable rates, and to prevent the get impatient and leave the telephone ]j' Birmingham to witness the Soutkern
in the
which case operator cannot fur-
purpose of instructing the people on When the Myers-Coston forces !" granting of any rebate, discount, over 'nish;: you information as to the party League baseball game.j k

various subject, including the cul- doubt the loyalty of their own work- j I weights and other special terms to calling. |'j Senator S. R. Mallory left Washington -
ture of "cukes" Miller is now 1 persons, corporations, or firms, and to I 4. When calling for a lE'conil'onnf'c.- yesterday for Florida and is ,
ers they must indeed be in a bad : :
tion. hold the lever down for about fivesecond
J under arrest at Chicago charged { provide for damages for violating the j I due in Pensacola tomorrow morn-i
I The idea of Tammany ,, after which time, release;: it. I Guaranteed Absolutely Pure.
with manslaughter a* the president way. any { conditions of this act and to prescribe This will insure better results than ing. His stay in Washington was

i and manager of the aylum for ine- | man doubting the loyalty of Ham i i| a mode of procedure of rules and evi- !'working the lever fast. i i prolonged in order that his vote on

briates recently destroyed by fire in Flynne and making it necessary for \ dence in all cases." Mr. Myers voted 4. The operators have instructions important measures could be cast. -----

that ,causing loss of life. I' : NO on the passage of this bill. (Senate to be polite and courteous to all. -
city great him to card setting himself :'
publish a The Housewives who have
... given
1 I Please: extend to them the same con- The past, present and future of
Journal 1211.
right with his people! 20june2t sideration. Buffalo a fair trial continue to ue it.
IN an interview in the Metropolis ----- j:, Hood's Sarsaparilla: are: It has
I 6. Do not make complaints to the for it makes
Senator Adams of Hamilton county Happy Time in OKI Town. j cured, it is curing, it will cure. I delicious hot biscuit
Tuesday, June 24, will be the last operators call Xo. 9, or No. 312, the roll, griddle cakes and mufin
j explain his failure to qualify before "We felt very happy" writes R. manager's residence. Prompt atten- .

the state committee by stating that day on which candidates for county : N. Bevill Old Town Va., "when tion will be given to call complaints i: FRESH YARD ECCS WANTED. : It makes wholesome food. fm

} he regarded his. first allegiance to be olllces can file notice of their candidacy bucklen's Arnica Salve wholly I GEO. PRIOR. i!i I Ii there are no adulterants in it.
I '
i | Manager. Bring them all to Nick Apoitle'sRestaurant. I
, due to his own county committee, and pay the assessment to have I cured our daughter of a bad case off I: -- --_. .
t l which is iu revolt against the state! I scald head." It delight all who < __ __ ____ I OSCAH E. MALCTelephoneai. .
their the otlicial .
; names printed on | Virulent Career CUrt'11.i BalesAg-!
i committee. Thi will secure for him I use it for Cuts, Corns, Krui el. Ulcers Grass Shears that will cut ,
ballot. The executive committee i Startling proof of a wonderful ad.
the votes of his constituents, but will I Infallible for '
i Eruption Pile!" :
1 close at the Willis Hardware
i is given O. W. ,
vance by druggist
will the of June 21
meet on night to
+ not cure the predicament in which i Only 2ic. at W. A. D'Alemberte'
o Roberts of ElizabethV.. Co's. I
hU action has placed the state committee appoint iu-pectors and clerks of drug store, 121 South Palafox. ,
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};' or rolve the problem which 1 election. The several candidate i I old man there had IOIl 'utfH..d with Call for STEEDMAN CIGAR j
; LrTEEIHIACIOAH i ioJ 1 what good doctor pronouiced incurable -
ti will confront that body in theI growin j
Have the BaLd and look in !
are invited to attend this meeting. IBICYGLE8U1F 1 1Big
premise when it comes to the per 'I' ? in popularity. Save the cancer. They believed his Premium Catalogue for
formance of its functions preparatory : Hands and be rewarded. | cae hopeless u-ed Electric '
----- prize.
I- I Hitters! and applied HuckleuV Arnica -
to the November t'lecton.if'
. .1. Sisters.
I Do you want a magnificent! watch 1 Salve, which treitmentcompletely .
-- Magnolia Temple Rathbone I I for little money If *o, call onStephens ': cured him. When Electric Bittern Fishing tackle of all kinds 4 $'g"P Phi

:.f PENSACOLA LODCE Sisters, regular] meeting Friday after. i, the you.jeweler. He will accommodate ; are used to expel biliom, kidi and good crab nets at the
and microbe the Stock! All Kinds
i uey puisuti .it same
' i noon, June 2uth at 2:30: o'clock. Mem- -
Willis Hardware Co's.
TO NOMINATE OFFICERSPensacola I'I :, time this salve: exerts it* m.itf'ile-s
bus are creed to attend as nominations I "My Family Doctor"
" healing power, blood dief-. skill All Prices!
. for officts for next six months I Blue I-fand Ill., Jan. H, liwl. : t'ruptinnulcor.* and orf* vani-d -- ---

k Lodge, No. 3, K. of P.,""wiJI take place.] | Mes-rs. ELY HKu :-I have used Bitter ry'J' ,'. Silve :!-j' at W. A. D'Al- .

will hold its regular m..tinIou your Cream Hahn in my family for j j emberte'r. South .
MRS. C. A. BRA WXER, 'nine years and it has become my t & [EDISON r PH'INOGI R PH !

"' day night. June 2tJ, at 8 o'clock. MRS: R. B. SPENCER, M. E. C. family doctor for cold ir. the head. I SCHLTT//S S ...NEW. Srn
Try latest .e
''t Work in the Kank of Knight: by the! M. R. C. I use it freely on my children. It U
a Godsend to children as they are \Brand, the finest brew ever
4 Senatorial: Team. Officers will be! troubled It'* Music Free With Each Machine
: more or i'
;i Dominated to serve the coming six l.a.Iif'1I Can Wear Slices Yours repectfnlly, J. KIMB.U.L i I turned-out.- At--all- _saloons. S E MU U I IP.H ZC

on- size smaller after U'lOg1I..n'8 t'ootIE" Judge for yourself. A trial size i I l Fishing Tackle
1 mouths. It is specially requested! .Hpuutlrr to .11"k..lllnto theehoes.1tntakrbII can be had for the 'mall um of 10,,1 ICE-COLD WATERMELONS

] that all members be in attendance. nl-tant reht-f btornew to corn,_huelhelea and bunou-vgltrs-;. It's cent. Supplied by druggists or i TUB GARFIELD ICE CO'S. Base Ball
the mailed by Ely Brother. iV WarrenSt. ,
ii>Hl -l Comfort discovery of the agO 20c
Member of sister lodge and transient Currk and prevents wollvn jWt. blisters ., New York. Full size GO cent I II MR. P. H. WHALEV
callou and sure t-pols. Allrn's Kout-Kaiv: I will con- t Tennis
brethren cordially invited tti>, I Uncertain curt fur titrating, hot aching duct elates in Latin. Greek and = ,
trrt -\t..11 druggists and shoe ".tore", si(. i Mathematics during the months of C11I'YFor
attend. : 1'on't accept any ubktitute. Trial package Ping Pong.
| HIKK by m"ll. AddressAllrnM.. ulnmed. Gus A. Soderlind !July and August. The number of
t MONROE CAMPBELL C. C. LH Roy, N. V. I student will be: limited. For further o Six Days Only
I I information address P. H. Wt.ilv. :
Big Repair Shop
...THE TAILOR ... i l'eu-acol.1, FU. 17,1 *
h mberlain' .
t, For biliousness ue I 'JOS WEST GO\'EU\If I Can Repair any old thin
ST .
Stomach & Liver Tablets. They Cleaning! ladle;? skirts and waisttis *
i cleanse the stomach and regulate, STEEDMAN STEEDMAN Will for the next 30 days make suitsat I one of c-r specialties. Star Lann- t MUSIC CO'S And fit Keys to any old lot-K

( the liver and bowels, effecting | That is the 5c Cigar with the Band. 25 per cent less than regular try 37 S. Palafox SI.
t quick and permanent cure. For prices: I ------ -

;' sale ball druggists; ana medicinedealers. See Premium List Vying Men's Halts j-jfn IHF 8AMA KOSA FF B. Bruee

5 ring Lade"' suits fl...' to t..<.' I ; .
, -- ------ Men Suits steam Clraard, '.. II| .uiLadlrn' +nt".THlsn KSTAIJL1SHMKM
Easy to Take Suits steam Cleaned Toe to IliS"Men's :
{ PROFESSIONAL CHIROPODIST : Tousert Sttaui Cleaned jnc Bathing in the warm :gulf waters is ---- 15 B. Palafox.
Fb Hint: Now is the time to have couceeded to be the finest in the
E. St. Clair Thomas will remove, Easy to Operate your winter Clothing put in good world. Everythin ?for plea-ure with Elegant china closets,

f corn, bunions! and ingrowing! nail rot'\3U purely vesttableyet thor- shape. This offer is for thirty days i safety. Good board and lodging, by sideboards and leather- 1 All kinds of chairs and
+ without pain or blood. Will call at only. Mention you paw the advertisement j seat chairs at I
uUibFromptteattLrulsatifactoryHood's Marston
in THE DAILY NEWS-!; ; $ rocking chairs at MarstonQu
if No. 521
rt your South residence Palafoz street.required lOjlm Pills "therwife targtd. the regular price will bec I 2na-tf CHARLES C H..BVRTOX Manager., payments.Quina'sLow prices; easy ''low.I q- in a's. Prices are very


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No. 3003. I

W. C. O'NEAL, President; F. c. HORTON, Cashier; THE WEATHER 1
S. J. FOSHEEVice-President; M. E. CLARK Ass't Cashier.


LOCAL KoRECASi-Kair tonight; Saturday m mon

probably showers; variable winds,


Temperature in last 24 Hour: I

Mailmam..... ........ .............. .... .... Mdegrees n u -- ,
Has the LARGEST CAPITAL STOCK of any bank in the State Minimum....._.._..... ......................degrees '

Prompt, courteous and careful attention given to all business en- Temperature Elsewhere Max. : ;\lIn.1 :

Atlanta__ ...... .._....._._..._. M W i SHIRT I WAIST I I AND SKIRT SPECIALS 'i 1
Bismarck.._. .................. ...._M 4.'
trusted to its care. Chicago.__ .........._?............ M W
Cincinnati...........__....... P'2: So I
Galveston__ _....._. ...._Mi wHuron -
....-._... "..........._. M 44 !
4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.B. Jacksonville .........__......_ w 74KansaiUty 1 11;' i
_...... ..... ........."U .V) .MONDAy TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAy. {t 1 :.
Key West_.... ..... ..... ... .. .. ... Hi ,1\ I ... ...
Memphis ............ ..... ... ....... w 72: !.
............... 74 i it I
H. F FAIRCHILD for the new dry kiln will be delivered Montgomery................ .........t>2 74Nw "
WEEKLY SHOOT Orleans.. .... ... ............_I<* 74 i I
first. New York.. ... ..... .. ....7-5 .-.' .BEGINNING in the heart of the season, that you may derive the greater i
u i+xx o ij a *r B x* 33 n. Savannah .........___ v8t. > 74 ,
An excursion to the life saving Louis. .. .... .Hl Ot; we offer you an opportunity to purchase the season's brightest -
38 EAST ROMANA STREET. I I station and out into the gulf will be DIXIE GUN CLUBSome ideas and fancies in SHIRT WAISTS: and SK1HTS. There is yet

fa-oef! Work and Refinishing Furniture aSpecialty. I I run Sunday afternoon, leaving Pala- THREE months seasonable wearing; so if you have an eye to economy. I

fox wharf at 2:30 o'clock. Those MARITIME a recognition of large values for little money you will be here bright and 1 I: I

good scores were made yesterday early: Monday j
Phono 4OI3. I who went out last Sunday on the

same steamer, the Simpson, say they at the weekly shoot of the Dixie EXPORT I II

R. K. WHITE, 1 this greatly issue.enjoyed the trip. See ad in Gun Club, Forbes, Yates and Turton I For June to date. ... ... ..... ....._ l5iJ,4: |COLORED WAISTS. (WHITE WAISTS.I I

I tying for first place In the fifty-bird I AIIRIV ED. Our Entire Line of Colored There in nothing so dainty a*a, Manufacturing Jeweler ''I By general request the P.A. C. bay shoot, each breaking 4S out of 50. In Bras \ViM.vott, 111:6. Mackenzie. Biloxi Waits in Percales, Dimity, Lawn White Waist, and at these prices
to W S Kejser A lo I
excursion tonight will start at 8 they will move fast. ,
and Graduate Optician, and Madras.:
the shoot that followed Forbes the
o'clock instead of 7:30. The public won NOTICE TO MARISEK1. i| ll.CM) )8hf' rI.awnWaist.. .. ... Tt'i;; ;
is s& u Pti foi ,t., Pt.-atoll,FU badge. Commander J H Cull U S N, of the oOc Percale Waist? now.c; $150al. .. .. ... .... .. J1.W ,
is however
that this Seventh: Lighthouse: district gives notice'' 75e Lawn and Dimity now. .. .iiOc i $2: (K) and $2 25 Waists .... .... .$1.50 1
I. means positively 8 o'clock to the The scores in the various shoots that on or about J unl':III. Ismi,a danger: buoy | ?1.00) Dimity and Madras now. .6i>c 52.50 and J3 W) Waists. .0.0 0.. -$2.IR>
P5'T '' H S. a 3rd class can will be established to
: minute. Before leaving Chaffers' were as follows: mark the locality the pile of submergedrock I

I band: will dispense some music in At Fifty Birds. wharf,near harbor the of end 1'l'n.acola.of Barcelona: Kla. street I

: JEWS NOTESThe i front of the custom house. B. Forbes 48 I SKIRTS-25 LINEN SKIRTS, WHITE DUCK BRAIDING, 45 CENTS. II
I George Miller, whitefrom Anders J' :M. :Minion 46 Rus bk Rhea ist", Nyroos, Port Natal, to !I. ,
William Yates 4S
SOil, Jackson county, Florida, H in Geo. \\". Turton 48 order Nor r>k Sunbeam, K14, Andersen, Buenos ,|i All of ll.W) Linen ::Skirt .. ... Me 25; Whit. Pique kirts- I t.
| the city jail as a dangerous and suspicious V. J. Vidal 44V. Ayres to order ,i All of our SI 50 Linpn Skirts..Si.10 11.25 Value... .. .. .. .... ...... S{c i :
ice cream festival the salvation ', character. He was taken in \ K. Robinson 43 ----- I

Army was pretty well patronized charge yesterday by Ollic rrichmitz:: fleo. T. Morgan 41 THE SHIPPING I Blue Polka Dot Duck tkirtslVhite $2 25 Value Tailored Hands, circular
:Mead Wilson: 22! flounce .. .. ..... ... .. .... ....$150 It.
madeof Pique Braiding:
and a big 'ucct** was : at the Union
depot upon complaint At 25 Birds. VESSELS IN POKT.MEAMsHllS. $1.00and fl.y:; Value .. ... ...... 75c; I
it. i{ of several citizens, whoclaimed that 11.50 Value... .... .. .. .... .... ..$1.00 $2.00 Value, Emb. Inserting.$1.40 : ;
in j his acts were extremely suspicious, P. Forbes 23: Rr Acanthus, 176\, Allan, to I l't'n.a':ola -
Rithbone Lod e No. :30 met J. :M. :Muldon 24Geo. Lumber CoBrA -mbroiderI-IIi'}: j I
regular session last nl .:ht and nominated j hence the arrest. The case; was continued W. Turton 23 I J Hocken, lli, Bennett, to Fensa- Blue Polka Dot Dimity, $1.25 Skirt, |*3.MI) Value.. rtill!!':",: {' t
cola LumberCo \ circular I 22
Olivers fir election to serve 1' today until tomorrow morn- V. J. Vidal 23 1 Br Hatten Hall, 1378: Weppener, to r.aars: circular flounce..t'- c 1I0unce..1' i ;
ing, when a number of witnesseswill W. K. Robinson 20 UDWody & Co '
the ensuing half year. Br Cento, ltn: Adams, to W. 8. JCeyser I'
Geo. T. '
appear and testify against the Morgan 18 A COIr
Read the new advertisement of man. :M. Wilson 14 I, DrumeUler, JM, Emerson, to W S FANCY PARASOLS ;

Eo1 Cabn & Co. They sell the excellent ----- At 15 Birds. I KeykeriCo Br Horsley,2410, Northfell, to W L \Vitticb I i 1

mill of M.corn F. Gonzalez meal from& Co.the home Of All Hot Weather Enemiesof J.n. :M.Forbes Muldon.. 13 13 ,; Br,4 Inverness Innls Co Co 3734, Proud, to soutberland ...TO BE SACRIFICED AT LESS THAN NEW YORK COST.... I :

humanity cholera is the worst. William Yates 13 I Mpan Ida. 1\t:1.: Arana, to Gulf Transit Co ---- --- .
The crew of the wrecked sloop Annie Treatment to be effective must be Geo. W Turton 14 I Br John Bright, 17-, WynvsMO Fenaaco .

was brought here yesterday on prompt. When vomiting, purging V. J. Vidal; IBGPO. la span LumberCo Leonora, HIM Bustinza, to iulf 75 Dozen Ladies' Summer Collars, Leading Shapes and I
I and sweat announce that the disease T. :Morgan 11 Transit Co
one of Baundtrs & Co.'s smacks, the is combat it with PerryDavis' Jr Mlddleham Castle, l".U, Lloyd, to Pen.
present :M. Wilson! 3 each.
sacola Lumber Co Heights to at
been wrecked on East go
Annie having Painkiller. All bowel troub-
I At 10 Birds. Bre>Tdenliam, lot:!, liamelsen, to Jno A
Pass bar Monday. les, like diarrluea, cholera morbus Merritt A Co --- -- -_........._......._.. --_.. .._--_..
and dysentery are overcome by Pains B. Forbes 10 SHI".
Chief Oere White of the fire department i killer. It is equally healthpromoting J. M. Muldon 10 Br Kings County. Kist, alter, to order I I.

.finished placing all in all climates. William Yates . .. . . . 9 I'.r Llzzitt Burrell. in distress
KuaUcean, Hsl, Mat tssen, to S 8 L Co I W. J. & B. FORBES. :
the extra key'the! fire call boxes, I Goo. W. Turton 10 BARKS r
V. J. 9 I
the same habeeu placed at locations j PENSACOLA CLASSICAL SCHOOL Nor Alexander Lawrence,11:!:J, : i
Ceo T. Morgan: 9 W 8 Ke>ferCo .

must accessible. Total Scores.n. Rus Albion.11\15. Snail to H 8 LCo I If You Buy Them at the Boston Shoe Store, They are
It Bersigllere, K'll' feeko, to Baari, UunwtKly I
The steamer Wild croft returned: to Third Annual *(nloii Regina September Forbes 96 B Co I Good'I
I:>. IItU:.!. and 1-,18 J. M. Muldon 93 ItColumbinl.Ms 1'arodi. to order I
port this morning from Biloxi witha ,Kua Lima,"j'0 liurke, to Feusacnla Lumber I
j i June ill, IIH ol. William Yates 94 Co
part cargo of lumber in transit fur Geo. \". Turton 93: l>an Norma, :3M,.' Albertsen to riaars, I
Dubbledam and Rotterdam. She iconsigned i I, V. J. 91 Danwody A Co ., I Ij Boston Shoe Store :
The aim of this school is to CHOOS Eli-! ,
to W. S. Keyser & Co. vide thorough HIGH !SCHOOL and W. K. Robinson shot at 75, broke. 63 Am Carrie A Norton, 4''". Eastman; ,
Goo. Morgan 79 j to Jno A I..rrltl.Co
followedthe COLLEGE PREPARATORY in- lr Georgian,71ecott, to order
The large funeral which
I M. Wilson! 39
struction. The school is of especial I
remains of the late Capt. Thomasto interest to three classes, : Team Shoot-Yates's Team ,CLEARED AND HAILED FOR FE> II III'Jp -SPECIAL OFFERING FOR THE WEEK.-i*

the cemetery yesterday afternoon I I. Those who having completed William Yates .-24 8ACOLA.

attested in a mute way the esteem the grades of the public school wish i iI i i II. Forbes 25: I 8TKAM8HIPB.. 81;j 'Ieu's: Black Vici Kid Bal,;., Bull Dog Toe at ... .. .... .. .. ... ..fl..U
Hr. Edward I'enarth 4
held | to pursue their studies further without V..1 Vidal Beatrice. :il-Es > May
in'wbich that gentleman was I having home. lieo."T. !Morgan 23 ISTotal. HeUlnKbori dRill May inLliintannor owed, If", bctireill, Hotter Men's Black Vici Kid BiU., Plain moLe Toe, :1t. .. .. .. .. ... .. ..?1.30

here.A | ". Those who wish, with the aid I'.r. .>;i ">. Croston! at RIO Ja- Men's Satin Calf BaU and Congress Plain Toe and Cap Toe, oi the f

movement is on foot to organizea of the cartful individual attention 90 niero Bargain i Counter... .... .... ... .. ... .. .... ...... ...... ...... .... ... Toe !
LanKham. Br, Md Harwick June rtFortUEalete I
that can be given in smaller classes
temperance union among the societies Turton's Team. I I'.r. Jenkins, at Hamburg Lallie 2-strllp Sandals, Pat. Tip Turn Holf'i".U.W i:
and a longer session, to advance May iii
for young people of the dif- I more rapidly than is possible for Geo. W. Turton 23J. Silverdale.. Itr.1711, Balls Mil Shields Jun ;4 Ladies'2strap Sandal.. Plain Toe. ..... .. ... .. .. .... ... .. ... ... .... 75c i{ .

ferent churches. Already great interest j them in public schools. Muldon 24 I I Twickenham Mcotla. fir,sid, Br StoW sid York Hantub June June 13; 1'' Ladies' 1-strapSandaN, Buckel and Bow.. .. .. .. .. ... .. . .... .... Jl.OO I. ;
has been manifested sad the 3. Those who are fitting themselves I W. K. Robinson 20! I SHIPS I .\
I for college. 14
is readily i Kndymion, Kus. IN': ;, sld East London
success of the organization In addition to the usual instruction i March If Ask for a Premium Card.

assured. in English, Mathematics, Hij *- Total . . . . . . 81 BARKS I
j tory. Geography, Latin, etc., instruction I, Antonio It ,sid Urg,7A5sld Table PRima y May 15 _ .............. I
of the Sea- Rico Bay May
The called meeting is offered, withttiit trtni tuition, Reveals a Great Secret. I] Hugo. Nor.'45e" at Table Hay March 7
men'a Friend Society which was to Ii in Greek, French. German and :SpanNh. : I OilIount, It,Bid Leith Jan 12: !
It i is' often asked how such i Virginia, It,eld Malaga, April If I II
Lave been held this morning was The school is in future to be conducted .
in what has been known as cures, that puzzle the be--t physiciansare I BOSTON SHOE STORE i j

postponed until next Wednesday, ; the McGhaughey house, at the cor- effected by Dr. King's New Discovery i -, Of what doe a bad taste in your I
the 25th inst., at the office of J. N. ner of West Gadsdeu and Spring for Consumption. Here's the mouth remind you? It indicate! I'' i ,f

Andrews, 13 South Pdldfox street. I street*, which is to be arranged to i j I, secret. It cuts out the phlegm and i that your stomach is in bad condi- NATHAN (;. rOKCIIKI.MKIt: I'ropriHor. 1I'
perm infected mucus, and lets, the I tion and will remind that there
Notice of the hour of meeting will adapt it especially to the needs of you I I ,
I the school. life-giving oxygen enrich and vitalize is nothing so good for such a disorder -.
be given later The number of pupils in attendance the blood. It heals the inflamed, i i i as Chamberlain's Stomach &i! Leaders of Low Prices. H7 South Palafox Street ,

The Southern States Lumber Company 1 : is limited. Hence those de ir- cou h.\\'orn throat and lungs. Hard I 'Liver Tablets after having once : I
I r lug admittance should communicate i cold and stubborn cousin soon j i used them. They cleanse and invigorate I -- '- & -
has placed large orders for early as possible with the Princi- !! yield to Dr. King's New DNc'ivery, i iI i / the stomach and regulate II I II GUAM tXCL'KSlON i
machinery with which to fit-out its I| the must infallible remedy for all i the bowel For sale at 25 cents per ,, t

plant at Mnscoijee, recently destroy- pal.For further infonnitiou,terms and |i Throat and Lung disease Guaran-I l box by all druggists and medicine
address 'II teed bottles So c and $1.1)0.) Trial i;: :dealer i
edby fire. These orders, in point of I catalogue, bottles free at W. A. D'Alemberte's. 'I :I II
importance and amount involved, I;I Principal. orPEIIvAL11.1V11ALEV.JR. i I II II ] 121 South Palafox street. I Try SCHLITZ'S latest: Cool!

are among tbe largest ever placed by I : ., Brand, the finest brew ever :
I i Asaitarit.t MYERS FAVORS
a West Florida concern. Machinery: I
I : turned out At all saloons. rI'
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xac K *!SP*%% % ,ESN HIGH WATER CHARGESSenate I // you wish the very lest To Birmingham Greenville; Saturday, Montgomery irgU July and I, 1

: ice cream freezer at the very lixrj, leavitg Union depot at 10:30

S A FRESH SHIPMENT OF Bill No. 234, A Bill to be lowest price, the Willis o'clock Returning on, leave t-peeial Birmingham excursion", train.1\101)-

entitled, "An Act to enable cities, ;
: Hardware Co. can please'I day at and Montgomery
towns and villages incorporated under 'I at 2 p. m. 'eh;!> may probably be the t

any or special law of the state, to regulate you. lat twp-day excursion going north

the rate and charges for the Coffee and refreshments will be

.SMITH FIELD HAMS. ply of water furnished by any individual sup. GRAND EXCURSION. ;r served on the train going and re I ; i
.. .. I p..':? f 11 turning. Fare for round trip to
company or corporation, to any Greenville and Montgomery, |250-; i
such city town or village and the to Birmingham, .3 W. From Can
.'--;= I inhabitants thereof." 'Tis a Wise InjunctionThat tonment and Century same as Pen-
acola. For further information
Upon the final of this bill apPly -
; passage to .
JUST; RUCEIVI-I is set forth in the accompanying
the yea and nay vote being called for ROUT. KINO or i !
illustration. But how to
-- Mr. Myers voted NAY. Bill passedthe PETER THOMAS,

H FREsH senate by a vote of 16 to 4. (Senate To Mobile and New Orleans, Mon keen cool in warm weather if a coal Excursion Manager J uVIRGINIA

FLORIDA SYRUPS Journal. ID'tl.' Page: S11 ll.! Ujnl't: :! day. July 14th, leaving U ,io i DepoMiMiddy stove is used in the haws? The up- -- -"
morning at 11:30 o'clock I to-date housewife solves the problemby COLLEGE

-.h.lrF..rf'\ for round trip: To '| adopting the Gs Range i instead.
IALLON JUGS, 75cts PER GALLON. j I For Over Sixty Years. ,' Mobile $)1.50; to New Orleans, H.W. This saves:: time, labor and For VOL'NG LADIKS. Koanoke, ia.
worry; .
MRS \\ INFLOW'S MOOTHIXfl SYRl'P bv From Cantonment and Century sameas opens I'"Joc II! 1\14'1 one of the leading
been unit for over sixty: year by millions Pensacola.! A special rate will be I gives convenience, comfort and cbooll fur Young LadH-s In the I'i nta I ,
mother for their children while New bUIIt1ID IIi. pianos Bud R'
teething equiBinetl
.' \\i: II.\\ "LI: with perfect success. It coo-h"s the child made from :Milton to Pensacola to ' softens the gumsallays all palDcur..11II'lnd i connect with tin excursion. Returning , colic.and Is the best remedy for iMarrbwa leave New Orleans Wedae -I.Any size or style desired furnishedby and Amrean ttftvbtn. t"ulllo.nt.
2 M.r. Gonzalez & CO'S Corn MealSj+ It will relieve the poor little soft-rer 1m I lon: "n atory a'h..nlal[" lu ArtMusieaad
mediately. Sold by Druggists In every tan day morning at 11:30 o'clock and I the Penacola Gas Company at avery Elocution: 'MiiflMim from thirty HI..t"
of the world. Twenty-nve cents a bottle Mobile Wednesday afternoon at 4'', moderate cost.Penh For catalog u"a'lIIrfo hitMAlTiK
I I\CLI: sivi'.i.Y.isdt : Be sure you ask for''Mrs.WlnslotTi sooth o'clock Coffee and refreshment i F. H A KKIH: President
ng Syrup"and take no other kind. koanoketa.Everybody
1 will be served on train returning. ,
j Purchase tickets ticket office. I ? Gas Co
I'&A.M. j has! a right to a little
!i For further information apply to ,, of this
piece But
CAHN & CO. i Roar KING they must i-4'
: A regular cnmmunication 'I' P. THOMAS or I 'No. 3 S. PaUfox St., Pensacola Fit fight for it. They must watch their
of Ecambia Lodge, I I' n_ chance to get it, and get it.
i Excursion
*E A No. 13; F. & A. M., will beheld Manager I "I Never Knew' Pain Killer to }'ail Thos. C. Watson & Co. 1T.

f. ?|STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERS, : at SIM! )) o'clock p. m'i, -- --------- before, what can the matter be? have some particularly! fine bargains
Tuesday, June 24th. CHI:'" NUTleE. Where is the bottle? There, I to offer just now. and they invite
Q Corner:Palafox and Intendencia Streets. t Visiting; brethren are .r.. thought so; it is not Perry Davis1 you to come and investigate same.
'cordially: invited NEITHER?captaIn.owneu Painkiller all but
at something the You will
u &&;; HARRY W. GIBBS, a; nor consignees! of tbe DanIsh never regret hiving dons
kgip bkt forma will be re-1 i druggist must have made himself ,"0.I .
5 Tdephqjjgl78. I' oI. Pensacola, Fla. l Secretary. onsible for debts contract i and-I did not notice it; I have used
I ed by the crew of said vi-ssei. ,
Painkiller for years fur diarrlupaj j I I I will repair
.. To order. C pi"ln. | 'cramps and stomach aches and it I Jewelry in flm-class .
'THEGARFIELD ICE CO'is. I I 'I.'HI' I'never failed" Stephens. style. J, l ;

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11 -- -- --I,,I On the Other Side Toiol. Eclipse.Any Montgomery Barrett Ala.Bound. June Over.19.-Th. ,I I Mrs.U.I. Fred

preliminary hearing of the case of E.j j ,

I J. Barrett. charged with obstructing j jgovernment No. 228 Territorial Street, Benton Harbor Mich,
ICopjrl bt. 19 in their attempt to -
officers -
man can produce a total eclipse | -J-- -
lie. went over it apain. Useless! of the sun, so far as he himself is concerned arrest F. W. Kristeller, has been held in j "I am pleased to give my hers i, as are their a::. [iti!--j
by holding a dollar close to hiseve. the ('ourt. of United States Commissioner with Wine of triumphs an1fcat.-
1 The income stretched not nor did the The total eclipse experience Healthy do .
I I I John A. Elmore and Barrett: CarduiasI am very grateful women ot s-
tI $ .e .output dwindle. There It stood: of health often produced bound over to await the action of for its help. After my first fer miscarriage n,>r d

; [1Fit Monthly Income ........................... 1100Expanses in much the was was bora I could not a woman who( is : a. .
iVLL.-... ( I fr 'kbII i same way, by letting {) the federal grand jury. His bond was baby strength suffer tortures at cL: ,

Board and room................. $t3 the dollar shutout fixed at JiiOt!). which he made. seem to Kgain my It is the woman w, ? .
Ii Lunches ..........................:.. 6 from view all other although the doctor gave me ing-who has femaljw> b. .
. ji : JJ \._ It'H Laundry ...............S things and interests. tonic which he considered .,
q Car fare ...............5 .. A for wealth with Reception to Judge Taft. very superior, but instead of ness-who fears the on ai
. Cigars ........................?...... 3 great many people pay Rome. June 19.-Judge Taft, civil getting better I grew weaker of becoming! a motL>r W .
Send mother ........................ 13 health and admit at last that they ha'emade of the Phihppine Islands and day. My husband of Car ul builds up the w .
ARE Theater .............................. 8 a poor bargain. In the chase of governor bin every home one evening with ttrt.Trt/l VnnlK. manly in a woman It it. .
: I / YOU A Suppers .............................. 8 the dollar people are too eager to take the Americans who are came Wise of Cardui and insisted -,.- -_-. -_- all unnatural! drains
Flowers .............................. 3 time to eat regularly or choose proper lunched at the Ameilcan; college today some week and strains. -irregularities whJb ar
thit I take it for a see are tsponsible <
J II; DOMINGMOTHER food, the stomach becomes disordered or The judge toasted the pope and Presi. for barrenness
f Total................................ 136He diseased the food eat- what it would do for me. As he seemed ani miscarnage.
{ 1I ? dent Roosevelt. The rector. Rev. Dr to have so much faith in it I did take the It makes woman strong an

: 31. .v : & ARE YOU had figured closely. lie might en and ceases physical to nourish breakdown -, Thomas F. Kennedy, and the students imedicine and was very grateful to find healthy and able to pass through prep

EXPECTANT manage if Le could wear fig leaves, ?. ; comes. responded with hearty cheers. my strength slowly returning. In two nancy and childbirth with little sui.'ring. .

,. i but- .It' 'j Dr. Pierce's Golden weeks I was out of bed and in a month After tha ordeal is passed tWine

OTHER'S FRIEND lIe scratched the cl-US-DO Improvement 7\ \t I Medical i Discovery Young Roosevelt Awarded Prize. was able to take up my usual duties. I prepares to health a woman and for a sp ..
enthusiastic in its praise. recovery activity.
\ I cures diseases of the am very
the lunchfs-little better! It c1I June 19.-TheodoreRoosevelt.
. d mates childbirth easy by preparing the ; -\ _I stomach and other organs New York IOTIIERHOOD is the noblest duty Wine of Card i, in re-inforcing; I' a
. I systemforparturitiunanlthussliortening would pay for Lis hats and shoes mayhap ; i t'l' I of digestion and : Jr.. of the second form was : U and highest privilege women organs of generation, asma.le mot'' .,

labor. The painful ordeal is robbed of iU but no more. ', (t ;, nutrition and so enables awarded a prize for punctuality at the can achieve or aspire to. "llhof women who had given up hor"> t

!1 terrors, and the danger le&...ened to both lIe dropped his pencil and began to \i' ( i ", the strengthening of the graduating exercises of the Groton : out this privilege women do not ever becoming mothers. Wine of Con.will .

:. mother and chill;the time of confinement retro'r>ed. Up to two months ago he .\ \ 14 body, in the only way by school. says a Groton. Mass.. special get all there is in life-too often they cure almost any case of larrer ,,
; is shortened, the mother rested and cliiW \ \c \hich strength can be obtained to The Herald. Miss Alice Roosevelt, : gj through the world discontented, except cases of organic troul.e( ; i iwrappeil H 7
fully developed, strong and healthy. ; had managed; all right. That It had by food properly : : up in their own selfish cares can you refuse to take such a *,'*-

J ,! Morning sickness, or nausea arising been only two months ago accountedfor )' (11 digested and perfectly as- his sister, was present.Chancellor and troubles. How different is the that promises such relief from s "T j> .

, j from pregnancy is prevented by its use. the fact that lie was dressed as became ti L similated. happy mother, watching her children Wine of CarJui simply mak "
As advances, the breasts enlarge ,t Cobbs Drops Dead. and womanhood.
:j pregnancy a civilized citizen of New York i : I suffered for four year*with grow into manhood strong woman, and strong a.
I :i become swollen! and hanI. Long pair. in m> tomach so that at nirmingham. Ala.. June 19.-Ex- A mother lives as many lives as she has wonn-n do not suffer. They I, a t,
- before the child is burn, they are and iif>t a* a Fiji inlander. Two months times I couldn't work nor eat."
< j preparing Frank bimth, of Chancellor Thomas F. Cobbs. of the children-their joys and sorrows are ward to motherhood with j jcj.WINEofCAHDVI '.
;, :j for the secretion of milk. It is important no he had met-bor; hence the flowers, writes Mr
1 j Granite. Charfee Co. Colo. "I western district of Alabama dropped _- __-u_ rj- _J-1-i -
i : ... that they receive early attention. and wrote t011 about my sickness -
, Mother's Friend softens the skin and theater tickets SUPltt'rs. and ,,'a. told to use jour medicine dead at his home in this city this mori- A million suffer! 4 J

? I' facilitates the secretion of life fluid. His retrospection not a pleasingone. I. -.which I only I did used with four goodresult bottles ing. lIe was 77 years old. have found re.if aJ1

i Undei.eloped! breasts, hard-caked shortly She was rich, accomplished, of'Gulden Medical Discovery i ._ Wine of Car . ___ __. __ __ _
after the result of non ,' and mu.t say that I amrtir'ly J-r.j- I .i 'L rj
I delivery, are I>'a tiful. And Le? He stopped there. WAS WASTING AWAY. .
and feel like
cured anew -- -
: 1 treatment, and likely to culminate in The hundred dollars a month summed man. and I i-in huhl recommend jour
t I ; Mammary Abscess, from which hoinanjsuffer niediciut to any sutlerer." The following letter from RobertR.
I excruciating pain and are left with himself up completely to his own mind. Watts of :?;ilem, Mo.. is itistruc- THE NEW GROCERY STORE.MILL
. The People's Common Sense Medical .
. J'. these organs permanently impa red. lIe h/\('d her, and she had found him of five: "I have been troubled with
, Adviser, lujS free on receipt
Softness, pliability an j exjnnsiou arc given tithe pleasing enough to Invite! him to her pages of iidnf.y disease for the la-t fiveyears. 0--=-=-=:: -==:: :: ::: -=-==== =-=== io
mailing only.Send
musics ami sinews thus tiruigin,; comfort stamps pay expense I lot flph and never felt
. and causing; an ..bV issue of the chIll Try it. house to go out with him and to wear 21 one-cent stamps for the paper-
Of ilrugKiits$:. .,. Our w k "Motherhood" free. covered edition for the well and doctored with leading physicians -
his flowers. She would not him or 31 stamps MOYER
marry and tried all '>
: r mpdieug
THE BRADFIELO REGULATOR CO.. ATLANTA. CA. cloth.bounl.olume, to Dr. R. V. Pierce -
of ('ourol'n<1 it sheoulJ? lIe Rested without relief. Finally I
Buffalo, N. Y.
: Negro Assassin's Deadly Work. i looked at the list again: and smiled ''I than tried Foley's two bottles Kidney completely Cure and curpd less Keeps a Complete, First-Class, Up-to-Date Stockof

; 1f'mlhJUlIt') j 1U-A: Scimitar spcial --'- grimly.For :a K-ttcr' \iKing: ; :t card that made him I me and I am now found and well." Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries
; from Uitl Uo 'l Ark. an hour he sat. silent meditative
. < ( says: Jas. hi.t and oold. lt> turns On one side was W. A. D'Alemberte 121 n. Palafox.
Cross son of Taptain J. C. Cross. o! ; then desperately he drew a line i
i address. of Ills friend the violinist, No 30 W. Covernment St., Salisbury Block.
; this city was: a.-sassinated, last niat I through each of the last three items. on t!:10' other!

: at their plantation near Pendleton Miss Ludlow's amazement deepenedas He dropiicd\ his head in his hands, CASTOR TKLKPIIONK 327

Debha rouiitv. by a negro! named Mar. the days went by and the one man and a <'ho!.>ed sob broke from him. .

tin Nash.: The killing! is said to Nth I above all others did not come. She She bailien! it-his pitiful! little For Infants and Children.

result of an old fetid ,between, the had seen the love In his earnest blue j i ri'f'koning! He loved her so. And she?

' i. Cross family and another prominent I! eyes, bad felt it iu his voice, his caress- 'i iI How she must dl'splblm! A mo The Kind You Have Always BoogH ICE AND WOOD.

family of the neighborhood. nlt'IIt'S'I'"kIIf'SS.. then he
: I lag care for her comfort. His: whale gritted his
Bears thaUT ;
, I teeth uwl t'l'th note that nccom- WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LARGER TRADE
I Mg, manly self had conveyed It Unconsciously
; Shorthorns Bring Fancy Prices.Itfs I the card. ture of .
I in every move. H& bad THIS HUMMER THAX EVE" EFCKE ,
: ) Moines. la.. June 13.-The K. S : Dear Prod You foolish boy! I hate !
: been introduced by a friend of her father thfatirs anj suppers, and I han all the --- -- ,
Dovahey sale of Scotch I'hortborn
I ('atI
she knew Le was with Stevens' !1 flowers 1 want. If you are not too 'busy" i* the latest': : SEND US YOUR ORDERS NOW.
tle at this plare jieliled $7B.SfiO for >:3head. |
this 101Frild how
como tip !!"ilmn ,
SeeL" Bear & Co's
1 I Or..- hI."'! of !r.n brought an aggregate : banking; house and that was all. SoineI COUld )ou tie Si) EtUl'IJ I f orilla advertisement in Olsen & Co.

of $tl).111""M. Foitynino heifer* I IJ I I how they had not talked of themselves, When Mrs. Predi-ric Osmere's father another column. Thompson, .t

J. brought $at;>! ;''i. The hiRhc-st price aud, strangely; enough, she could not took his son-in-law into business with ,

\\a" paid for liuttorfly II. sired bvWildwoClil. talk of him to others. him. he said wi' i a chuckle: I Manresa Street, Telephone 1'; .

.' sold to H. It. Stcelc. of Ireland | She waited a week, two, then- "You'll make )our mark all right: my '' FRANK SECARI'S BATH HOUSE J

-. : la. for $1,700.;( Several other I,j "A lady to see you, Mr. Osmere," (111.if.: you put is much force Into your ESTABLISHED 1863.McKENZIEOERTING.

heifers sold for more than $)."1,1), said the office boy.j business as you jnt into that damn!" Deep water sea bathin, nizht or
.. iI
j Osniere Cni.-hed what he was writing VKNC KENXCDY. day, for white people only. Special & CO.
Rockefeller Gives to Cornell. compartment for ladies, with lady at- ,
then went calmly Into the reception -
. j.i N4w York. June I.-1rsidc'nt tendant. Neatest, best aud cleane-t ) -DEALERI 11'- 0
ruo!:! $1110 IilV.ltI.SlQ.
; Sohurman. of Cornell university hasj bath house in the city. Baths
; "Florence:" he cried, then stood star- The readers of this paper will be cents. FRANK SIKAKI,
received a( (-nrding to a Worhl '- and General ardcctare
clal from Ithaca a cheek for $3O.oO'; SJl ) j lug at her with hungry; ('Je.*. plrased to learn that there is at I'a"t Cor. Cevallos and Zirragossa; ": ts Ship Chandlery >>

\ She waited moment one drea-Jed disease< that scienceha
a uncertainly,
from John D. Rockefeller who offered Ii COS AND 605 3. PALAF'OX STREET.
j the money ten months ago on condition the blood dyeing her cheeks aud a been able to cure in all its stage; :* Ji.clsaais from the orthera Wood
-----.GETh: :
that the university raise a like tremulous little smile wavering on her aud that i i. catarrh. Hall's Catarrh ] ue ulP' certain cure for cou :hi.
; '
amount. This was ac"omIi.he'l.: lips. Cure is the only positive cure now i GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE A. RUBSEL & SON'S PUMPS.

She had never looked; so good to him. Known to the medical fraternity' If you want a nice present to giveto
Catarrh being a constitutional di.s- turn Cordiji Paul:. Bill, liotict! lustroniiilj! flirts iiekirs thin
He felt that he had never known just ; a friend, go and look through; the ,
Cure Eczema and Itching Humor e'i-e. requires a constitutional treat- '
line of suitable
elegant articles at COMPASSES. LOGS. ETO
how fair and sweet she was. .
Through the Blood-Costs Nothing ment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken
J. I. Stephens, surely can find
to Try It. I j As he gazed at her dumbly her shy. internally acting directly upon the something: to please you you. If vou ciation.C. McKenzie Oerting Collecting Agent for Bar Pilotj' Benevolent ABO

B. R. 15. .K'ltauic Hlood Balm i N 1 embarrass air changed to one of blood and mucous surfaces of the want anything in the Diamond fine ,

now recosnizeil as a certain and .ure wounded dignity though her big brown ..y.tem, thereby destroyingthe foundation be sure to see him hefore you buy. -
ot the di-ease, and giving the
cure for Kczema: Itching Skin, Humor eyes still looked Into his with wistful
I' patient strength by building up The Star
:' !', Hoab-i, Scales, Watery Illis0 | questioning.'I'm i constitution and asi"tiug nature in is the Laundry

1'itnple-s Achiui* Hone* or .i 1 glad to see you," Le stammered. doing its work. The proprietors The Happy Home ,
'nave <; much faith in its well'
"l'\e been busy. I"- ;o curative
J ,int. HIM!*. Carbuncles.: Prickling
\\ Her head was lifted quickly. The powers they otter One Hundred Biggest Busiest Best !
i furnished home. Marston
i'aln in the Skin Old Hating Sore?, 'tremulous smile ended III a careless ollar..< for any case that it fails to ,

Ulcers, etc. Botanic Blood Il-ihn: lau:;li. cure. Send for list of testimonials $ Qidna can supply you

taken internally, cure* thfl w.r.tand i irm't "1 am buy too, so I will not detain Address, F. J. CHENEY & Co., with all needed in the way
Toledo, 0.
deep-eated c.ises: l>y enriching, you luiis.; I want the address of your Lr.old by Drusjri'ts 75c..IF of house furnishings at the n
4 and vitalizing the blond, violinist of whom lYe\ Caller !
purifying friend the you were t lip Tip s
thereby giving a healthy Moodup- telling Ult!." ----- lowest prices cash or credii.CABTOn.XA. .

ply to the kin. HoUnic lilood l ..lmIH : lie wrote the address almost blindly.lie YOU ARE
i the only cure to stay cured for' From all parts of the city.
suddenly knew-that she cared.Silently
these awful, annoying trouble : .
Other remedies may relieve hut B. he bunded her the card. He LOOKINC FOR BARGAINS !lea!,the P11 Kmd Yl1 Hag Vas E31fiEsr :: -, Our delivery men will call any-
dared not trust himself to spoak. 'I1r'
; B. 15. actually cures, heaU: every
where, at time that .
sore, and jives the rich glow of She thanked him gayly-women can ..( any suits y" '

health to the kin. B. H. it. builds up do such tilings-then hurried out to For the next ten days I will sell Write or telephone us and we'li .. .
.! t. the broken-down body and iirikcsthe hidt) the tears in her ejes.

blood red and nourihiii. OverI' I she cried all the way home. When you any article now in stock at a Marston Quina are sole deavor to serve you Letter than y

3000 voluntary tt .tim.mi ils of cures discount of 2" cent from the
she readied her room she looked at per reg-
i : by Botanic Blood n.iim f B. 15. IJ.i' the card he had iwlbt'r.. She looked ular price. Think of it-you will agents for the celebrated other Laundry can.
Druggists, |1. Trial tre.itmmt free Odorless
and lilood KthnCo. ttf It nain: mechanically then sat ave $i!j on a diamond ring or pin, refrigerators,
I preptid: by
., Atlanta, Ga. De-crib trouble. down and studied llt intently. where at regular price it would cost absolutely guaranteed or ALL WORK C. 0. D. Gocds CallEd for &Ed Delinred( Free,

; and frEe medical advice aiveu: until After dinner she handed it to her fa- $l'iO.' lee ; you save: 25: cents on money refunded.There's .

.. cured. I, th.T. dollar's worth buy. Now TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST.
every you
;tli --.-..-.-. -.-- "I want you to read this." she said.! lots of be madeIn
;t s i..tii.zsluiI'' ;" is the time to buy diamonds or money to
at.d. dronjiius; on her krjocs beside him. your real etate-lot3 of it. A real estate WALKER INGRAHAM
;:; TIo\v Is yntir s-'ury soins; ; to end? article Manager.
watch other in stock
slulaid her soft flushed cheek or any is t1n ,
aaiust: sign usually a er-board to
asked thl'"lJt.II'r! who had dropped
lii'.. very cheap. Call and examine wealth. Thos. C. Watson & .
:ii:'. in to the uii'ntl author. i ----
1I1'e --- -- -
., He adjusted his !glasses carefully and iroods. Remember: this oiler is for Co., the leading Real Estate firm I i
; 'That11! Indecide. li.v the p ker have some offers which it wouldbe j Medical Society, Attention.
: '" ;-,!. --me. I'iii pmiu to play) this e\enin;:," r>'ad: only ten days. No trouble to ;show worth your while to consider. Go I There will be a regular meeting >f

-".' aid the nuthor. "If I win the Monthly income .HOC: I good J. I. STEPHENS,
pit'ttsl and them DISEASES
,'' Cxi-: rises- see to-day, and don't wait KIDNEY ;he Pensacola Medical Society aii
tory will end with the h<-r.> :iud !IHTOilne Hoard and 143tuinh. 112 :South:! Palafox street till tomorrow.LA'VV I i the Board of Health office at 8I

marrying and everjlxxly happy. .'.-. ...-... 6 X I I )' 24.

:lit I lose, I shall kill o'T! tli.- hero. <*u.l l.a"iulry,. 5 tra tin cG1tf&taIdaUdL3. Visiting physicians are cordiai.r

_ : ;-[ the heroine to .a nunnery and fill the .Ca.' fare, .. .. .... .......................... 5 X. DEPARTMENT tasti. Invited to attend.
__ iut chapter ju.t PS full of misery as Scml mother 15 | DR. E. F. BRLTEPresident.

at.; can stick."-Chicago Tribune. Th..u t"r .. ...... .. .T..-... 8)( .
& ----- f'1I11"" .,-.-.-..5.r X -OF- CURE III, DR. W. C. DEWBERY,

Plo" .............1..... ..S X FOLEY'IIIDIEY I. n25ttf Secretary.
Ill* Only t hiinrr. John B. Stetson University .. ,
: Old (loutlouiau -Why do
Kindly your Total ...... 196 I I Marston
: that umbrella little boy? Its tint Florence LuJluw Camera-Florence Os-' Do :I.jiiict: Plo1-ida. cr refunded. Conttiniremediu 4' Quina carry
log. fi/0 per Damn. money the largest line of matting
JOHN F. FOIIBE3. Ph. n.. President, ALBERT J. FAUUXH. LL. B., Ian nli d bv eminent ,
dr. | Nest day Firderic (.mere receivedRe2d recof window
rugs shades etc.
__ !)1i the sun' not shining?" Fall Term ('UlUIHt'\I((" We.lne-da.v, October 1 IH()2. pbyaJ !ana u the bat lot in ,
It in His Newspaper. the cityWe our
o sIr TWO YEARS' I'OURSE-Tbe Law DepartmentotJobn n, stetson l"nl\'enlt11Ive! K11n.y and Bladder troubu.w. 1 lay
; Tben why do you carry it?" George Schaub, a well known Ocr. atwo-vears'courte.Ieadtngtothe degree of LL. B. matting free.ADMINISTRATOR'S.
PEOKEK ADMITS TO THE BAR-The diploma of the Law ..
Department of John B. nJCI .IM .. ..
_ Well, when Its raining |>.i wants it, man citizen of New Lebanon. Ohio, Stetson I'niverslty admits to the Bar -

** when the sun's shining ma ants U a constant reader of the Day(<)); tUKTHKK IS FOKMATlOo -For the Law Aonounc'm@nt of li i2-3: ,and all other deI A. D'ALEMBERTE.Laiiijcls. NOTICE.
sired Information regarding the Law Department,address
ftand it's only this kinder weather I Estate of L. M. KImberly, deceased.
Vokeitunfj. He knows that thr;; ALBERT J. FARRAH, Dean of Law Department,
_ Notice O Is hereby given that the .
eta:get to use it at all.n-St. Louis paper aims to advertise only tbE< Do Land, Fla. day of July, A, D.1.d. I will apply on to -
GlobeDemocrat..Chronic ben in columns, and when I
i us he sawChamberlain's : 'r II i iI ii it Honorable Probate Judge of Ktcami I
Pain B Urn advertise I county. oB discharge frooi l r

therein for lame back, he did no 'p Again administration of aid estate.
bronchial trouble* and Tulane of WlLLIAV' KlSHIBAdminUtraio:
hesitate; in buying a bottle of it foi University Louisiana. Jaoam
be ,
summer coughs can quickly relieved his wife who for eight weeks hac i -
and eared bv Foley's Honey F
juflered with the most terrible rr-i ,
: No Orloans. .
D'Alemberte IHS
and Tar. W. A. ,
I in her back and could get no relief
Palafox. 1 He says: "After using the Pair; I LODGE DIRECTORY

CAS-rOR.A Balm for a few days my wife said t(> EDWIN A. ALDERMAN LL.D. President. I.W.HARPER
....... &:IiIt me, 'I feel as though born anew, l1\drg KENTUCKY KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
r. and before using the entire content;: Full Courses Languages.Sciences Engineering. Law Medicine. Pharmacy. Art.
; of the bottle the unbearable pain!s I Seven Separate Departments sixteen Buildings. Extensive Libraries Laboratories -
I had entirely vanished and she coulc j and workshop Splendid Department for Women in tbe Newcomb College. WHISKEY Penaacola Lodge, No. 3, K. of F.

!again take up her household duties.', Tulane makes leaders In all vocations. Its facilities for Instruction are unsurpassed meets every Monday ,nl'
In the South. Klgtuy-Sli instructors and ItSi: : student last session. Many scholarships lag t9U OO at Castle Hill
Seasonable household He is very thankful and hopes tba t in the academic department open to Louisiana boys. Expenses of scholarship student In the Bloun; .. WaIleR
: j all suffering likewise will hear o f $1,;)for session. Board and lodging in dormitories at low rates. Opportunities afforded 'i'jt BuIldn g. third floor.
and kitchen utensils at the her wonderful recovery. This vain- academic students for self-help. In tbe Academic Colleges, no boy, if properly prepared VisIting brethren cor4!*nj
It able for college \ll"ork11"111 be turned a."y from inability to pay tuition. Seit mon be- welcomed.
is for sale
by all drug- gins October 1st. Send for
Willis Hardware Co.'s. I gists and medicine dealers. Catalogue.Address II
R. 1. BRUFF, Secretary. I I- NU liaiUBisser mi. B. HOBSLia. C.0.
1 .- __- X. 8. 15.

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I I Granted Eiaht-Hour Concession. I : of the democratic party for that office.In ,w 1pIr

--- - - 1 Ha/elton. !Pa.. June 19.-The regular the event a candidate does not receive

f >..-.g T -- i, erminecrs. firemen and purai>nmn"rs at a majority of the votes cast, another
the auilv flun folliory. primary election will be Md on
TRIP I IK : operated liy M
OCEAN S. Kenicerrr & Co., returned to woitjj t 'i\1fi\ the 12th::! day of August. lSf:2. to cimse .
PiLa the two candidates r' i.iv.ithe : !
',Ev :: BOSTON I toda.-;. ha\inp. It i is sail, ben granted highest vote in the July p\ :ma- I
stimulate: the TOKP0 ."
: th- UV.
k day concession with The voters of the lart
-VO ItLLTItGRT3 cor.nty
strengthen digest c r ,J..sreflate ,
_. ; I j the tnii'i' r: tandin that it is to continm shall vote for the chairman anl
: ,Jj the bowcli, and ..:'. ..nANTlBfUODS secretary - if other companies ai-n-l j* cquald as al1 of the executive committee ar.l!

,r ... 'Sf. to the
  • ,', \ MEHi.Y"!
    ,1.1.\\ sinkTho! for a member of the executive commit. ,
    _.:, I\\J: : manager of the com Ila iI'.
    __ .eo I when interviewPd said malarLal dNtricts tut- .- ;ties ,1H tee from his pieeimt and the can.n- fcrnfants and Children.
    : "This i is
    .\ r-\:: HIP! COMPANY! jSi ; ar.ur.1y Midclv! nxosniTtd, as th.y p .. t5- date for the executive committee receiving -------
    M. K local affair and t have ab.> peculiar properties in irciiig! the the highest vote cast shall be I Ctm'it k ., itri.ltlstUlttt': for Ci..tor Oil, Parrrif 1

    LTS of CceaiUreeres *; i lat lv' not..!!in? to say about it." system from that pvison. U.gantlY a member of the executive comcnittee I !> 1)iiqo Hi:(l Suotlihiir; Sriij; ". It is IMt'.ivint. It --
    I sugar coated. i'M'.it.iiM--* neither Oi>iiii< riiliinp n ? until his
    each WeeK successor shall be chosen in
    53ilings: -- I Take! No Substitute. i ..taiifc. It ,l.'-tro\s Worms mill all.ijs 1't.u.ri-hm..s.: 4
    ------ -- ---- Soldiers Stop Rioting. the 1904.
    year : '
    3 It ". Hi.II'rhu'aul Wiml Colic. It; relieves TVethiujT -
    ill! ( '
    f avanunh Ga. .
    from ____ I j Tawtrnket. U. I., June 1ft.' -Disturbances !
    -- '4; I Qualifications of Voters. : Troulju'N ami cures' Constipation. It r(yrnlat
    1'1 i I'IT Lin*-inro mw In the street car strike were r--' I and Bm'l.'hl healthy and natural bleep.The .
    !t I :; 1
    1$ '. r' ,.\\1'1.'nl..' I''lll..t.l 1lt.H> .I"flrr fllrrti t tI I sumed here this forenoon after twn THE PRIMARY Those and only those persons shall Ch illlt'I'U'S Panacea-The Mother's 1'rieml.
    .. I'oiiii' !!>y" wt be permitted to become candidates: before I
    i\'i-,' .id anl .''" liuuri of f days of quiet but the prompt arrivalof '! 1
    or to vote at rarticipate Kind
    '. \ .1.! The You Have Always Bough'Bears
    : : a detachment of infantry quicklyput in the management of this primary i
    S.- r
    \ R.M. '-,'H'.TlO AcvillT'tmu f j jc'7
    an end to the trouble. election who are white democratic electors I
    J Van in C c apply To VI ELECTION GALL ; the Signature of
    .. ... .. ;
    K...ull.ll..... "bl. .ili.1..1. M. P l'..n.i...*.!. lla.11 "wi duly registered for the electionin

    ; >rtl,.L 1tri.U.I. JaflwMit.ll*.) .. ,FChNKKAL Misappropriated Government Funds. the year 1900 and on the 12: 13 and

    JI"f-.r f-.r--f Washington. June 19.-Henry Rech- ', --- I 14th days of June 1902, who declare

    tin. disbursing officer of the depait A primary election of the democratic their adherence to the principles and
    I j organization of the democratic I
    : FIIKSCII SCHEDULE ment of Justice today was arrestel !, party will be held In Escambia party. I
    : national state and who if
    county, ,
    I on the charge of misappropriating
    F owing 13 the schedule of the 600 of government funds. He confess 1302 for the purpose of nominating'' held next preceding such rimary '
    candidates for the following offices: I I In Use For Over 30 Years.
    -ument steamer General! French ffl to the shortage.: Rechtin is from election then voted the democratic ;
    One United States Senator. _
    t ? .r CEU CONPV. n TftY, NCW'QI HrrY. '
    I Cincinnati. The arrest followed an examination I ticket, national state and f .
    TilE NEWS for the
    prints .
    w One Representative in Coegress 3rd .
    who the laws -
    of Rechtin's books under I county are by ==- -
    .fit of the merchants who ship Dibtrict.: I
    I of the state lawful electors of
    goods to the various army the direction of Comptroller of the Currency One Justice of the Supreme Court.I the election district in whica they REMOVAL NOTICE.Dr. f

    One Comptroller. i taxes due not less than / Awarded at Paris
    rc" IVn'acnln ...... ........ ..... 7:00 a. m. Welcome Rains Drench Two Railroad Commissioners. legally ten / Q. H. Tuttle
    Barrancas.. ... ... .... ..... 1:508. m. Texas. j I days before such primary election is / ,
    Pa-ken .. ....... ........ suia.1 m. Dallas, Tex., June 19.-Rain fell last ] One State Senator, 2nd District. held, and who shall, when challenged ,
    linrrapca'i .. .. ........ v15 8. in night In several Two :Members of the House of Hep.1 elector in I Dr. J. G. Heard 1
    of by pledge !
    Pcm eoU ......... ..10:13 a. m. parts north TexasThose ives. any writing upon
    4 ..." Kwrrancai 11:10 a. m. and then places which report it as tai: I resentat oath, before an inspector his honor to PNALAROCHEWINE

    a trip to For McKee and Ibeu re- light to lIe of material benefit One Tax Assessor. i abide by and support the result of such DENTISTS. III;'
    are laj I II
    One Tax Collector. i
    Knrrancai ... .... ,.. ..... ..... 1:15: p. m the majority. though from some point--1 : primary and vote for the nominees KIHIDIH 7 and !>, 'Ia'olli" T'IIIIle. 11
    One Treasurer.
    fa-kens .. ... .. I::!5 p. m County therefor. i t CORDIAL
    IVnsiicoU ... .... .. ... 4.Si:; 1 p. m. I come reports that the fall was suffi |: Five County Commissioners.Three I The inspectors to conduct this election I; All branches of surgical Operative and
    Htckens .. ......... ",:!15 p. ni I cent to be of great benefit to corn. Members of the County Boardof will be selected by the committee !; 1 Hifhf recommendations for cure of Poorness Mfclmnual Ptntistry per lorinrd with tecbnicHl ,
    ttitrraucns 5-u p. m, and raakei, ol Blood, Stomach troubles enJ General De- tVill. I
    McKee and return. I Public Instruction.One : I at a meeting to be hell at the : bili'y Incrciscs the rpctne, strengtheni II .
    Justice of the Peace for District office of the nerves and builds up the entire )itcm. Special' attention pi\t-n to Children'sTesthi.old .
    Judge T. McCullagh.. at I
    Wpdueda"qIUJturdlY: : : >! the and 1'urceluin Fillings, down
    wi-l; leive: Birr.incas;; vla''ick. : Nasal No On.- 'I 7:30 p. m.. June :24, UI.):?. This committee 39 rap flruntPARIS and liridgt Work. ,

    tor P'-niacola at 6:30! p. m. One Constable for Districts Nos. 1, will meet at Judge :\[tCul.Ilagh's lrfet: Material ; l''nll-IIUlpnlfnt.: I tI
    CATARRH 3, 4. 3, G. office I:. Fou5.ra .5 ( u
    (if-neral French i is for Jr4 I' at 8 o'clock Saturday
    army One Chairman of the County Executive i AgrnIt..I. I Tl'tt'IIIIIIIf' :No. iTK.
    and outsider night July 19. 1902, for the purpose of '
    I M'-i only any In all its there
    stages Committee.One I I
    from the'quartennastE'I AY canvassing the vote and announcingthe
    4 pu-s faou'.d be c1eauue,1 -
    her. Secretary of the County Execu- result of said election, and the in-
    pjHaasr1: o > Elj's: Cream! Halmnu 'Committee.. I spectors will have then and there the i

    1''andh. '::1. One member of the county executive returns of said election ; if they have

    STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE :Ii... d. "L.l ,- Committee in and for Precincts Nos. I not been already forwarded to the WING HOP r & 60.lmiortere ;
    It''' ',d'arrhan.lilr
    m 'f" one to twenty inclusive. chairman of this committee. :
    a Co J .u the Lealt These
    unay The State Executive Committee has | C. B. PARKHILL tiny Capsules: superior .
    I: \\.eii IVrmaoil.'i and 'lillon-Boal t 'juick .v.
    I to Balsam of
    prescribed the rules and regulationsof Copaiba,
    DAN )[ Chairman.
    Crt-din K.ilin i. jihced Into the nonnls, gover and Dt-altra ID- I
    lliiiiH 1111) Kvcept Sunday. jlr\.b '
    the primary for state officers, including | Secretary. jCrbcbe &nd< Injections.! 81
    t'ae Dlem ral.e and i is a-'Sorlied lie'ieiwilla'eai.ilac'jrefo.Ions : l
    'CL FV 01TAMPA.." ; : It 13 cot '1ryingi1ocIlot ; the State Senator and members hey' cure in 48 hours the ) Chinese and Japanese !

    of the House of Representatives,! without: !
    Pnee2ifl.: 5d centi at l1IIynCUD.Lt -
    prodace ; Large Sue. Drujj- 'ouollllniU.

    .MIola.: > am ini LvlVnsacolitl Ar :Milton omipn::\1 1 i ipH::: J:'H or' by mall; Trial Sue, 10 cents LYDIa... and at a the meeting County held Executive in the of For the humanity of parent let it bo 4 !:( *oi P flY U i nsunciSTS Fancy Goods, .

    'Kuuadtrip.t :1"1. :LY UUUTUEUS.Su Warren t>tre<. =-ew York. records show
    liti- County Judge :McCullagh on the 2Cth said also that the police FINE CHINA TEAS I

    day of May 10o2::!; provided rules and the 1"1" '( IItue of foundlings; incrwiM'Siu 31$ South Palafox St. .

    regulations as follows, in accordancewith summer and dec-resists as regularlywith

    the platform and regulations of tlif: oncoming of Vi1it( r. It I N another Every Woman Laundry Office. Pensacola, Fla.

    for the and -------'
    the State Executive Committee inti-restii! fact that bard times Is tntereate.l tlinuM knowai".ul
    ,\ lie woiiiirrfulMREL NOTICK,
    nomination of candidates for Tax Assessor
    mean IIl 'rt' foundling, and this maybe : '
    I : 1 Whirling Spray
    Tax Collector, County Treasurer taken as a corrolioratun, of the theory i 'rlieitew !bIf.V I have been authorized to take
    I Coutty Commissioners, School .- -1.. suii anil ."urii>, I'.rtttat. subscriptions for Wm. Jennings
    of one of the uUcst and most humane \ MiwI et.nientA.kyo.rd&.tfh.
    For County Commissioner. Board, and Members of the Executive _. _'''T.L.'f' ( .. Bryan's paper "The Commoner.
    tin ih-pirt-
    For State Senator. l"alltaill111 police I
    Committee: The price is $1.00 per year iu ad-
    I hereby announce myself as a
    l .1[ Him. \V. A. Mount for mont, who wouid! never lnlie\e that II li.., Ihe Those the : :
    candi late for re-election The names of the candidates 'announl'II vance.. desiring paper
    as countycomnii I
    .. i '.. >hun a-; candid ite iioner from district ti of E- these different county offices and mem- 11 any infant was abandoned except for I I 'K', 1oI1I."d..1.. IIe..I.1 stamp nonlh.r. for H. can have it pent to them by sending .1 ..

    ,. -. irom this the Hec- catubi county subject to the action bus of the Executive Committtee must the reason that there were alrtady too I 1iittTt.t'.I lullll1\rll'! ftfli'It.tlhi 1I11'1;f'I if 1.00 to the I1ndeni ned. I'It'

    ; i ,. it": b"" -'net. and re-pectiv of the democratic primaries July 15. be printed upon the official ballot to be !I many inouth- in the house! to feul. ': V4li...lilnolailici.: !tI un t t. ( 0.. '. H. M. ROCHE '

    ,i-k; c ..rt of all Demo- in said election July 13: 1 Timid particular police captain would Care Daily sews.L .
    and a-fc the upport of the voters.JOHN uaej: primary i Koom :Hc Times Hid 1:., >ew \ ork.
    I :/t. (I' 'RI:; i- : ',1 ctming'l'rill1ary. WELSH.. 1002! ::! and no blank lines will be left look at the foundling: when the patrolman .

    For S ji. on ?salt ballots, and no voter will be brought it in from his [< "t. jrniiit I

    Representative. I! For County Commissioner. alo\\fd! to vote for or write the nann and then say : "( :het' it to the ho'-pital 1 L THE GARDEN SECTIONIFensacola. :
    It iLt\U nl Scott M 1.lill t.lknii' : of au'anllitlate the said ballot.
    on They afford to ftol it I
    him Mr. Frank Jnlui-ui h'r..ball- quick. can
    :tht''llUIItCil. uu
    IIU\'S\ the of the candidate be II
    'lIlt. 1',1' !t-i> "-1-1It itiviin tliHii'im uouuces H: IMIII-HI| ai a i*.indicate for name : lb.'I'e. Thert-'s t,,,) many mouths in the I o-OP-o
    printed on said ballot
    : ; ft' in K-iMinlni, county. rflcction ai county cmnim-Moiier Louse where that canif (1'11I:011: fur !

    ;> !h-I ir'tlie p< rt IIf all from dl-tl'lt't four, E-calllbia county Each pciMiu loMrini; to have his i, give '1'111." But in this chstritult! \ -\\ Florida
    the ill of the name punted on the pimidiy election ,. I
    in thf cDirina primary. -ubject to \> ilMinocruiic
    tlie! old polVc!! rap'im! is not supported I
    for t'o! above
    ballot ::1a candidate _
    voters iu rhe! coma..,' ,. Ilf-
    I priuiaric-
    'il'Mi-s!; nnd f'X'I'uti.mmit. bj nmimy of hi,. I't II'nv>. .\i"'li! t's.
    For nresentattve. doe thif,>r the it-a-on lhat L lie ii'iinu' : i\ Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus
    I Want rfll' ntlil'to suid tlimk-i he CIIItn f jJinll til. \\th: the or tliii ,

    !I. of Henry C. Clopton' ol i di.lufl! toil.!: !h..t mi-tv-li 01! < mii.U P ..,., ii>i\c (*)IlIuhitt. >-n or be Why HP l.i.s.l HcnM. I I U h ,.
    Mil. 'l-i a I ill- \V,., !.. fiiiii\ If iniriptul' :"re Ih.! i"in( I.our. 12 in.. III tilt-! "' l-l Itlllf .! ti:i" |1'1';; uiu-re-ii-d .i,.:ri e sf ith :av ni .1 ;imA.. I 1). P.HIJ: I ln! ':'11.1' of 1 ('' ,-! pii'iuDus\ I Ln.usht from scbm.l lorMV j '1
    i-iiU' : : I It i'l"-f|
    I.e will Iirecufhi iiI :'andidaoni! aiipli:" ..: .' u in \\i ,tins; 'ti tli -lici" ,-1Iltlt'III !
    1 !1.1111 I : : sup- ; I I i't. I i ) !
    t I'
    : d 1 III 1 1 H 40x137% feet at from $75 to $200 each according
    'R' i I p"I't. .1 h.I" :Il's IKil.i' t) ]p li '.! Ui'iin =1 -I i II '! i---- ',i ,' liteV -. -

    -. --'- ,an'! ri I I h.. tiM.: ,!lul:(\ !i'ii'd! i !iai" '' -'ij i :'s t : .m ,'u-l| 'us oi.ii"ate.: : to location and surroundings.

    r'rt'. .'ntafve. For County Commits oner. Il.all. 1. i omps.niii'h: i a11I11 of :
    w i.i' '; '* ii':,:a.fii in ,1 Innlar tu'k. -
    .' i 1. t. '-'' '1 I l'tII 1:I The UirtiiU-i .,t J. \\' jli: won oldistrict 1 ':,1'iH1' "> ,( -.-" --t d l "i> II!... < -in.ii.:".! I! as "I.-h: a." ,.:noi I Iii" am.lIl5.'tI icd-zgii';; ''Exceptionally Goo Jfriglihor'iood, Beaut if id flewIi.'i.,1)i : .

    I .t :.'r No. i; aniiouut" luui a- i h'lo\; : I
    &l .
    rip- 1 : ,' !. v. 'ilL.> 1I\lle! 10 read f
    ". 1 I. from I candidate for re.elr ctnn from said Each r\.. I..,.Hi, '"n i' 'l.i\; I' ., 1'1' i : : ,, Fertile L'llds.! i

    . . . . . < !li' : 1'I' 111' !I' ." .
    \ 'I I .I'.k: tlit'I lll-U'lf. ubj 'Ct I'J UK- ,Il'tl'tliit tilti to i: :li.0i'< --- I, -

    .!, : I' ,MlT! lllllld i primal -- juiy 15. Each C>>'iiii. "1 'i-1! c(1! t v vrMi> write The grandest opportunity for investment ev r

    ., ---- . . . . . T":;.o.i- a 11-1'] : ii. ..1 on their f\irit : ,

    -- -- --- i For County Commissionr.I Each Candiuii.i/ ; 101 i'n:\II.MTrc" iMl!.. i 1'. Hi if .- > hIlt i>0t.> \boy says: I cffored in Pen ?ola.I -

    t.cmrr.ision. I.
    .1 i; : 1 i-1 I i .' ; hi- ciudid.tic hereby: fur anuotuii-f c-ditity .,.,iouei aa, Each Candidate for Counts (',,!l1. i !ltnryTiI'1! -.. I Mf! linn! v-ry uiucb. I H 'Jme Seekers_ __S/Z(11/lSef3_ These Lots i I

    hit i I I:'i It1:011- . . . 10.00 ; -
    'ct miabioniT: : .Jne of ins -t 1i'l"! iii |l' rt:cul.-ir pleases ,
    'i'luaof tio I'M.>ruiii'i"ii i rr"ln Jr-Irt 4. >-ullj to the actiiuinf "
    I tlie Viitel-at! tli' eli.UIH4i dPDI')' Each Cltndiiiale for Sclu.ol me. It ti-IN! or !i.i\v th- boys pnet'idr! I ;
    J : Board . . . . . 10.00 H6L V ClubbsI 4
    I 1huiierat4Vii'i! i era tic trimaiy Jul> I l"i. ttaclier a ivat: of tar and r"lllb'r-: '2

    .lsr.t iUt ,.f t'riuiii lU C. \-\IWIW.H. Each Candidate Justice of IVaceo.oO i Sew York Times. I f
    ; ----- ----- Each Candidate for Constable. 5.00 .. 1
    Garden and
    : I ---- I Streets.
    my I
    Candidate for members of the Exe- t I
    For Commissioner.The .
    County ,
    -.ent to any oi.i- I i Misii irierioid.
    cutue Committee are not required to
    \Ve-t Palm t"lwh, tnuuU i>f J. 11. Itbert? announce I I An attenduit in a London tiushimess ,
    pay any assessment. F.C- HKKXT WV II K OWLM.: W. K. 1i nl1. IK., j.I'recmden'L. H. KKI-HE
    K liri! l ON JirilU. I : him as a curiidate fur reel :| 1.011i1S recontly approached by a
    As !soon after June :21:! as possible a "II 'CI! t'r'-bmdeut. l'aFbl..r.u'L Cashier
    < c ton a* ccuiity coimmMnaerfrom I furtive loolimattritIzer.: ; This suspiekius I
    Mir treasurer.i ht of all candidates for abonamedlo
    county r
    :i"I t KranK K. Krawner District I >ubject to the actionof \ itions will he printed in the news I Ih'l''un. dre:-"ed in somUr black.: '

    indicate t.e! democratic primaries; July and the chairman of the committee canie juite clo>e to the attendant and
    :."i.lire him a* a f 1 15.; The believe that the material papers ; i, First National Bank
    tv ii .i-ur.r of F-ci nititt iiitere-ts of the county demand hi will give a receipt for each then raisiujr his c.xes from the ground I

    ( .i nj.-et.: t4> ttl! r action of thejirinuritH re-election and tUey a-k the: Mipportof notice of candhh1Crf'cel't'd, and if 1 whispered you prepared ,

    July lo; and democrat in securing it. after the :2Ith:! day of June any person to die"
    ___ ill -upportof the voters.ror claims that his name has been left i The :tttl'nliallt'un't., and be caught OF PENSAOOLA. rLA. 1 1I 1

    Coumy Treasurer. For County Commissioner.I off of the list of candidates published, the! !'ll"jticiouone by the tbiout and I _ _ '. I II
    I his claim will be rejected unless he I half tluottled him.V bcn !la- invalid I I 1'',
    for announce myself a candidate for | DXR.aOTOrl: ,
    .in'' m\-elf a (':'IItid..te I holds a receipt for same trout the
    '. 'Ii: hit; the p.i-ition of election: ai county commissioner for chairman.If | was nroverin it "tratisiired' that bei WM. H. K ;oWLE8, W. A. BLOONT F. C. HREM ,? K. HYER. Jj, 'r! f:
    -r 'if K-cambi-i coiinictiouof district X o. 1. at primary to be held i! was an amateur mi!',,:.onary inquiring
    a-k for the of a larger number of candidates D. 0. BRENT,
    the demo- July 15th.; and support after everylmdy's: spiritual needs.An I

    i i ;' .'. all democrat shall bo announced than were contemplated -I __ __ __

    0j; J.Assessor.\V. FUATEK. For- -County- Commissioner.L> i. ))A ELL.--- fit made to do the when so committee, cut the above down can.assessment the said if they assess was see I: The Australian Annlrnllnn mole: burrows Mole obli'iue-! rani p D u Gmuli RX A&n p 1 Mpi id lil I i ;

    ly in the I>a 1..1, going two or three
    'n iiiiiiiuuc'e ul\'lf a< a The friend orV. .\ -nel/nere-:: ment. The1.111'5 of the entire county ,
    _ _
    i Inches under it and never betraying itspa.vxage
    1 \ camiu Ie., for reelection will the above-named coun- I
    -r r- .It-ctl.II\ \ ** Tax >\- by announce "- vote on
    ...ioner i except by a slipht undulation ; 'We draw oar own Bills of ExebanKe'on Great Britain Ireland
    >i i-:" -.tiiitii.i county, subject a- unity r. 'mmi- tlict'rs. including the chairman and

    ii-tio!' "t t democratic pri from di-tiivi i >o.'a o' h'cambia: secretary of the executive committee. of the s-oiL III difrpns; : it UM-S its coiii- Germany, France Austria Italy Holland, Spain, Belgium, Russia, Io

    Ilh'I. l I.:.. i county. ftiUj'-ct t., the iiciiou of the: except the justice of the peace and ;i cat iio--e, which is protected by a horny j way, Sweden Denmark and other European countries.i .

    \V. W.Hli'HAKDS. Ii democ-iatie primarit- July 16, and constables and the candidates for a putt'. a nil the: stronir.: 111ltt'JI.k shaped i -__

    --. -- IHI tor turn the hearty support of all county office who shall receive a majority -I claws of its f., re feet. The hind feet i VeleI8! Disbursed upon 'h" Moat Favorable Terms, and theli

    For Tax Collector ifiii"c-it-.. of all the votes cast for that 1 which are wider and spade shaped, I Obligations! Taken Payable at Port of eetiratlon Ten or Fifteen Dart
    r-by! announce myself aa !I after Vessel Arrives there. III
    office shall be declared the nominee I throw the Rind" L'aekso that no trace I
    '.ite fur re-election as Tax Col. I I r Ctr County CouuniMioner.Af j' :w'
    -- --- -- is left of the tunnel which It hollows.It I
    --- -
    '"i K-c. 'iibi.i county, subject due consideration I appeal "Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent in Connection
    tr j-i\l Yritr* of l'opnlarilyi conies to the surface: a few yards I
    11'11'111 .i tne democratic pn- I ) with which hare Priva
    t.. many friends and the demotIC we a oartment for thoU,.
    Jm15.I .iy far: :tier on rind then buries itself again, -
    voter Ih a candidate for the i is the record of P.iinkihlerPerry Rentam...
    A. H. D'Al.KMHKKTE. a1!! v.itbotit; making any noise.. I
    .:Hi-col! county commifioner from Divi). but the shops! are full of imitatimi -

    ror lax Collector. ai>.iut four of Kscauibia; c uuty. made to ?ell upon the greatreput.ition .\ Will Ilrlort.Having .
    nendof liellingerau- I'i *e remember me at the primaryeteeti I )
    ; iiinasa Henry candidate for Taxi : : -ii of th' democratic party : of the genuine ; b* cautions : once \IIIt a case In XcYo..k. \\' WE WILL-FURNISH YOUR HOME FREElWrit. !

    therefore when a-k for a : Counselor! Xolan! sadly remarked,
    of K-c.iinbii; ; county. suble July 15, 1 J2. 1). M. )[ERRI1 T. you j _ -
    democratic primary to be Olive, Ha.\ bottle to see that you get the eenuine. -I "My (:.001" ciifiir :is little likely to get t
    '.ux. i;., I'nrj, and rt-que the I An unfailing remedy for : Justice done nere until the judgmentI --- 1-I aiitnA lIlcKralut beatitilul rtaliwwxtKwwtiat vre- from READ our THE patroni JETTIRS and
    For County Commissioner.i Ouch"" w PTC for Mlhiiicourhnapn. .
    .f all Democrattor day. be eonnnced lb t
    cough.*. cold;:, bronchiti.Thoq. ;:. I, weiPTelocailipunluacr ....doai'hr vrtfi a lb yov. -
    ; roughly
    _ _
    The" friends of K. Kathwell of ---- ------ I "Well, counselor." said the court "if I- of a bui ..r..v Rtubie but .,.
    Member School board.'fudof I or bn'tlp of I'erfumettrn -
    Hint Springs hereby announce him C. Watson & Co. II' have an opportunity I'll plead fort ..\IfI."f .o.i rof tile htthds.ioieq -
    herein .. .
    \V. M. A ertOli -
    I'"UO.IID tinmurkH.. Lamps, Brwl&'U! ,
    .i. his candidacy for the a:l a candidate for County Uommiioatr -- the leading Real Estate Apents.! take j the poor woman myself on that day." IUmpire.op li ar Knim. Koutmi I'&DI, C e
    from district No. 5 of E-Cill1- I F "Your honor" replied: Nolan, "will PI&riJtttIuiidiIut pmrntf. 1 atlieairtjt I
    II as a member of tile ill the worry off the shoulders of the : wlionrlUonlyM, boxee of Soap
    i 'd faun district No. 3, bla county, subject to the action of owners of property, manage; the have troubles of your own upon that ft KIT a 6O-Plp hi..,. .>rl-Mt a
    the democratic primaries J ul15, t'>y artbnt a IraatiruUr ciKtmted kml
    "ie drinocrntic primiry renting of their houses and the collection I I day." iru.'l tr'r ' and ark for him the ?.upport of the I VT. """ If't. \\ sioo,.v. f'oo .t.... I: ."k'rs.,
    11. HilI:!. of their rents as conscientiously 1 am Ttrr marti ptawl wilt my d.fh... an4HI > -. ix Ki m truin. cnn-r T:,' ft
    voters. as they would themselves. I W RNI"'G"' pt up Inulifr rtJtr n tor Member, i I LtLf BtWCAO lorki. .ran.tpvirf.. 5. >B MtUrm,
    Board Public Instruction. For Executive Committeeman.I Their charges are very rea onable. If you have kidney or bladder S".IJII1 nLU. (1U1 "011..1 i Ii itni.ii tit.. fl.. If'ash '9 pre- n
    .1of Hon. Elijah: Ward trouble and do not use Foley's Kidney well pr.....I vi 1 the r .,"'p'. WL j..r I.C.'fn ejjn. W rlnut yr,n. 5'Ift.TWyie'iIii-.
    I i- iiuinu ::1< a candidate myself as a ncna ,mpt.Tibrfure.' Voiira'tanathrrorilrr V e lliw. Ton 15 da>"' I'm* In wh'',,'b f
    'in as member of the candidate member of the County Pocket cutlery and scissors : Cure, yon will have only your- in a few da).. I am mull loan p .'avl -.i. the I* uf wr the ""u'..I|, an I nuinduun. tin. AO.NLs lllICJllSCs.*' mon-y btfwo laying IlL l>..t .A ,.
    Public Instruction from Executive Committee from Precinct the iinest to the j self to blame for reult ., as it posi- %

    '\ ;a .If c.Hl1bia: C HlIlty, I Thirteen and *olicit the support of from lively cures all form of kidney and I SALVONA SOAP CO.. Cor. 12th i Pine Sts, ST. LOUIS. MO.

    ''U'U.H of the demo- Democratic vot-rs at the! corning cheapest, at the Willis bladder di..ea"PiI. W. A. D'Aleir-

    1I1 ?... JUlY 13.;: primary. JAMES L. VEEN Er. Hardware Co. I bert, 121 S. Palafox.: I'

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    FRIDAY JUNE 20. 1902
    I -::!

    ---- --------- ...;::.:::.:.:: FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY
    closed stormof :
    Clopton and when he a I
    DEMOCRATIC applause shook the house. ( ( 'i

    I Scott M. Loftin was called that he f

    1 LEAGUE might answer things said about him ; \ .( :SATURDAY.

    by his opponent, C. M. Coston. He .

    { -_ said there were very few thiLgs Mr. ::1
    HELD ENTHUSIASTIC MEETINC Coston had said he cared to notice, : ; ,I i ,* IS THE "I'i
    t but while he was on his feet he

    , AT CLUTTER'S HALL : would !say that Mr. Cotton's charge ; c :
    : .LAST DAY
    " : that he had picked up auy of the \
    planks of Mr. Co"ton's platform were : -FORBARGAINS- ( ,!

    --- untrue. He showed how Mr. Coston's I\ '' ; A 10 OF THE .'"

    i Despite the sultry weather, the Ii platform as originally printed :

    . regular weekly meeting of the Democratic read; that he started out as an advocate i ii i 1 i
    t t
    I Ift I i
    League of Escambia: county i of a uniform system of school i i ii ao

    '. was largely attended last night. i books. Then he, the speaker, had;' .. : Et\
    I !
    1 Home excellent, pertinent and I made a speech at the East End Democratic -I II I t l :
    i.J i j spicy addresses were delivered: and club in which he said he was !; t I
    I -IN- ;
    i : they received enthusiastic applause. opposed to a uniform system of textbooks \I ( j :
    i Welles introduced the I : ( z
    1.4 President *
    I because it would build up a I J

    I '.UP i "several speakers, giving each a : trust and give the one who secured + OX ALL INFANTS', CHILDREN'S. MIS3ES' AND HI.-

    :.ff JiJ splendid send-off in his own original, ,I the contract a monopoly, but. he did' CHINA FOOTWEAIJ.READ .

    ''i t forceful and witty manner. favor free school books. Then :Mr. i iCoston i Iii"; THESE MONEY-SAVING PRICES.

    h" John B. Jones was the first speak
    I i in a speech amended his i;1(' ) ; i - -- -- - --

    i. er. He had enttred politics under platform to "a uniform system of'' 1 I ,,' \'ALL i $2.00 Sandals, Oxfords and Shoes NOW $i,60

    i H 1 the leadership of that good,true and )
    ,'ftext book". i i -AXDj ALL $1.75 Sandals, Qxfords and Shoes NOW $1.40
    I i
    j : patriotic: statesman, Hon. Stephen Mr. Coston had referred to him a.*
    Ii R. Mallory, and he wished to say ; j ALL $1.50 Sandals, Oxfords and Shoes NOW $1.20
    He did
    f an inexperienced boy. not .
    ; 1 I' : ALL $1.25 Sandals Oxfords and Shoes NOW $1.00
    i that he knew it to be a fact that Mr. crime to be ,
    V know that it was any I .

    . Mallory and that other splendid young, and though he be but a boy I'I GLASSWARE! : ALL $1.00 Sandals, Oxfords and Shoes NOW SOc

    fi statesman and true friend of the .., he was endeavoring to conduct a : ALL 50c Sandals, Oxfords and Shoes NOW 40c

    .t t people, Hon Wm. .J{. Lamar, hid: and i
    . manly campaign. He never had I -- -------
    i for battled together side by.. (
    I never would sling mud. He wantedto J '

    i side, shoulder to shoulder, for the be elected on his merits and not ) .I II MEYER SHOE CO. ,

    "t I best interests of the whole people.
    because of the faults of any other ,
    1 Great applause.i \ Feet FnruMien. for t'a-h Only
    'man. Then he showed how important .i, '

    i The speaker then briefly compared !: it was that the country precincts !i 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.

    'I the public records of the two candidates : loljttsoti & Son.
    have a representative in the William j ,

    j f for congress-Myers and i! legislature. They could have him if

    Lamar-painting a graphic word i i: I III J. M. FOLKMAN,
    they voted for Henry C. Clopton and ,
    of the of the ------------ -- ------ -------
    picture public career -- 1
    I -
    he wanted the country to have a -- -- --- --- -- ---- --- ,/ Contractor for Decorating v ar
    l: two men. He then spoke of the i ;
    t representative even though they left
    i iJ'I t Call Up Phone 3ii or Drop a 1'imtal Card
    1 ; g merits of the two legislative candi I MILCH COWS FOR SALE
    I him out. He was enthusiastically RATHBONE SISTERS.
    dates endorsed by the Democratic I All Work C. O. D. and Guaranty,i
    applauded. Magnolia Temple No. 4. Rathbom OR EXCHANGE

    .J J I.eajut-Lotill and Oloptou. I James B. Roberts was called and sisters, regular meeting Friday (af I ,l A Corner Hajlen and Government S'fl'f'l.

    h L k i The opposition to candidates en. ternoon) June 20th, at 2:30: o'clock FOR DRY CATTLE: I One l Block West of I'ostofflce, Rlgbt on tutB>
    made a rousing speech. He briefly Officers and members are notified ,
    H : dorsed by the League were fighting that nominations for officers will I '
    reviewed his record as a county take place-to serve-for the coming I Call at lOB West Cnase street am I T. W. LEWIS,
    !I not so much to elect their candidates!
    commissioner pointed out how six months. Every member urgedto I make your choice. \

    jf,1 afor the party tusehinery. The much the present board had savedto attend. 16jlOt GEO. W. TCRTOX: H \ I DEALER :
    MRS. C. A. BRAWN
    i.J victory of the Good Government the tax ra -er;;. He had been MRS. R. B. l ENcER: M. E. C. ICE-COLD WATERMELONS Al t !; ,..-
    \\m, PAPER '
    1 force in the last: city cimpti had M. R. C. N nufartL'f -
    honest in what he had done and lad ---- THE GARFIELD ICE CO'ri. ; I i )
    made them desperate.That .
    -- tLIl! nitedb'.it-
    ; '. -- ------
    f truly tried to represent the interest- O.A.STOUT A.
    with few exceptions, the 1"3 K."f lit H21e A sags "S Every BTEEDMAN Band en. Feather Scroll. 15c per roll.
    of the people. He had been charged BeuitbSigaatue!
    members of the Democratic League titles you to something. Cal 1 Dining Room Tapestry. $1.". per rfJ..
    with it in for SheriC mith.. #. -
    having of #f.tI forBTEEDMAN CIGARI I Call Up Phone No. 35S.BARGAINS .
    the who
    were practically: same men '
    That was not true. Mr. Smith .
    - ----
    i haj carried: the last city election. I Ball Bearin keen cutting
    I Know One Sure
    tfl1lJim he was glad the board had Remedy

    .' J i For every one who had left the taken the action it did, for if fer IUl ob tinllt- Cu..L. 1'j name U-P-cii-- lIIoAa Lawn Mowers, at the \JJ.StJ11'lllllr\ \ \

    '. i ranks, two or three good men had \nilis\ Hardware Go's-
    + the matter had run on l.e might Try SCHLITX'S latest
    : joined their forces. They were not
    ( i have been called upon to refund Brand, the finest brew ever
    ' : of bosses bossism, but favored 1
    subject or
    ". i more money and at a time when leI turned out. At all saloons. Wi Wi'MWVrlmr

    t : a government by the people could not pay it. ___u _
    and in this flht he believed they I I I
    t In response to call Judge;, J. Em- tI
    .f were going to win by an overwhelming I 4
    met Wolfe made a warm speech. He
    ,1 I
    1 majority. !, referred to recent features: of ASK YOUR GROCER FORThe
    ' 1 Frank L. Mayes editor of the
    i speeches made by the opposition thai:
    Pensacola Journal: was the next
    : to his mind were peculiar.: The idea
    t speaker, and he made a rattling good
    I of it being a mean insinuation or innuendo -
    speech, being frequently and heart- ; umnuTDAILY P
    to quote from the public
    1 .'v applauded. He was proud to adss .
    record of a public servant' That: in EVERY DAY
    .1 such :large audience and the
    : defense of Fred Myers a certain
    i .ct that so many were present demonstrated
    j prominent gentleman had come cut
    forcibly to his mind that
    into the open unlimbered IH gun MENUS
    ' the League did not need a baud, fish I I .
    Is and got into the campaign! wleue
    chowder or free be.r to draw a Comprise all the Up-to-
    did Dot intend to do so. This gentleman
    Date Dishes the Markets
    crowd. The purposes of the League
    Hon. W. A. Hlount had said of the World
    ' were two.fold-EJuc\t: and Organization -
    that it was: not fair to quote; only tLi Afford.
    -objects worthy the support -
    title of the hills! ; Mr. Myers had voted
    , of every citizen of the county.
    against. The title of the bill did no t
    ; He paid beautifully worded tribute give its full intent :and purposes CAN BE USED WITHOUT COOKINGa106v'ScQaAOSCurcS.6.A'SA17r Ladies' Private

    f -? to Mallory, Lauur Loftin and ff I
    He admitted that Mr. Ulouiit
    waspast i a
    i ? c Dining Parlor. l. FRIEDMAN & OO'SirkBRACKET
    1 COFI.ISIS'IK master in the art of writing :II 1 1 I ; r I

    title to a bill that disguised Its rea]l THAN ANY OTHHLAUMOKYSTAKCM.v
    ; To Drink or Nut lion In brink the
    had plenty of time to explaii l PROPRIETORS
    t I
    A prominent St. Paul woman comments NEWORLEANS.USA
    'i I those bills if it be true a* claimed I
    t .11 on collee as follow1F :--
    ; "While I wa drinkingcotleo 1 was that they were not against the interests Short Order I'rntnpdy I STORE.'J '1)JThere's '

    .! troubled with .11'f'pl1"u and palpitation of the Best Laundry Starchon Filled. Night or hay
    ii; t of the heart. I began to people. the Market.
    ;, teel t-u I having 110 desire to drug myself, realized If It's SometbingGood to Eat
    1 calls. He took issue witl!:: NO BOILING NECESSARY. wUb,you'll line it
    1 t how Inconsi*t..ut it was for me you at
    to continue the use anything that both Mr. Wolfe and Mr. Bl,'unt. Ht.

    } helped to break me down, M> I quit The only Starch Manufactured Nick Apostle's
    l > t coffee and began using Postuia Vofo did not set up his opinion in oppositiou

    fee. to them, but put the constitution in the South, Popular Restaurant.
    i Now I sleepwell and and consequently
    and much of the state of Florida in evi Help Build up a
    I feel refreshed, am
    Consolation in Knowing
    ; ; :s-trengtheued. Palpitation of the dence. The constitution explicitly
    I heart has ceased and altogether: life SOUTHERN INDUSTRY. \ WNm
    &t't>mq worth living said that the title of a bill must 4 that you can ;get your Carriag '-

    tor t Some of our family like a little briefly but clearly: express the intent ->T paired in a thoroughly efficient *. !

    ' coffee mixed iu with the Postum; 1 iS. /. ( durable manner at J. }I. Hilliar> *
    and of bill. t
    that of course is much healthier purposes the As challenges GRAND Co' .
    } Their skill in renewing; a.
    l than the old fashioned coffee alone. were in order he challenged '. 'I' I .
    It i is true that very strong! cotfee of !II'r _' broken parts, painting and van -
    the best flavor has a little more fascinating : i Mr. Blount to show that even one ol 4th of July Picnic ing is too well known to need ep ,.

    11 taste to some palates than the bills it had been shown Mr. Great Clearance ? z mention, while their prices ar- -
    Postum. On the other hand, ,
    t pure > f ..
    there are thousands: of people that: Myers supported or opposed was nol ; I AND + markably moderate for the pac +

    prefer the flavor: of Postum, pure ., what its title indicated. |, Sale!' 't I CELEBRATIONAT ( taking care displayed; in all :
    and simple. cotlee agrees/ perfectly I 'tt ; work.
    ; and people are not ill in any way. I I President Welles briefly addressed. 't't I '

    f there seems no good reason why coffee -:t the I ATMagnolia ,__; .:
    should be discontinued unless League after which it adjournedtill t jj Trimmed Hats, Flowers, 'Ji Ii I I 4' J. M. Killiard & Co.,

    t t there is! a fear ol disease finally set- next Thursday fcight. i Bluff I coore+0M}. T .
    : J
    t fc Ribbons and Everything { No.30 East Garden St.MEUX'S .
    I from the continued use of
    - up --
    I I .......
    u urug. On the other hand, if any a BY THE
    ?d member of a family is: ailing! ONE OF MYERS' in the Millinery Line at I

    i eyes iu stomach or the nervous, bowels system, kidneys, !such a, :,! ONLY HE "NO" VOTES$: t; ...HALF PRICE.... 5 5K' K. I. Kai

    one should immediately quit ordinary ,, :
    7 colfee and take Postum Food I : MRS. N. BOWERS. fJ fJjj I MYSTIC ASSOCIATION.Watch .

    Cotlee. A sure resultcan be depended ,i Senate Bil No. 95; To Be entitled I h %
    upon and a gradual feeling of 1' "An Act to .l. for Grand Street Paradeat
    health and strength will come from provide for the specific 10 !!
    i the change. Health, of course, is: performing of certain kinds of contracts a. m. School of Shorthand, Typewriting and Literature.

    worth almost everything on earth. I| made by railroad companies.. by buying.r Bee Posters for Full Details. Now is the time to enter school and prepare for a lucrative position. N'

    borne: people are so constitutedthat I Mr Myers voted NO and was the only, Save' 'Ioney A handsome prize will be given to vacation. Night and day sessions.
    it is hard for them to give up a j your furniture the lady selling the greatest -
    habit even if good health is the reward one voting no. (Senate Journal, Pag: '' at Marston $ Quina'r number of tickets. -
    but it is perfectly easy to leave 627). 20june21. You never heard of any one using Lay the dust. Youcanbu'f
    011 coffee when one can have a well \ Great Furniture Empo. Admission, including fare 35c; Foley'a Honey and Tar and not be-

    toiled cup of Postum la iu place. I Try THE NEWS Want Column. I i riunb. Children, 25c. ins 121 B.811t1 Palafox fi8d. street.W' A. D'Alemberte, Hardware garden hose Co' the Willis

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