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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 27, 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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I Ii Special! to The Daily News: to The Daily News:
Bainbridge! Ga., June 26.-The entire Alpharetti: Ga., June 2u:>-The business

business portion of Donalsonville, portion of this place was obliterated .
Ceremonies Held in West Printed in London Causes 4
Impressive = a .opulous saw mill town 20 mile by fire just after midnight this a Weekly

west of Bainbridge, was consumed by morning.All .

minster Abbey. fire yesterday afternoon. At present the business houses including Big Sensation.
the office of the Alpharetta Free Press.were .
it cannot be learned where or how the
destroyed.The .
blaze ignited. financial loss is estimated between

Those who suffered losses were: H.OOO and $10,000 and no insur
pedal I to the News. Thomas Chason druggist; Chason Special to The Daily News: ; Fluctuations in his majesty's tem

London, June 20.; -At the hour when WRECK AND RUININ I Co.. mercnants; Dr. Mlnter's dental ance.Tne origin of the fire U not known, I London, June 27.-A big sensation perature are to be recorded in the

the king should have been crowned, a parlors; John E. Donalson. vacant as the-town was soundly sleeping I

gnat and distinguished gathering, al HURRICANE'S PATH store; Mrs. Gurge, boarding house; when the conflagration began.STORM has been sprung here by the extra- bulletins issued hereafter.The .

:soot identical with that which would building owned by John E. Donalson;
TTY. held consul
physicians a long
in Rey
printed today
iiave sat Westminster abbey gata -- Ii Butler & Spooner. general store; Free. ordinary story

,".'>d in St. Paul's cathedral.The man's beef market Dr. C E. Flveasn, WARNING nold's Weekly Newspaper, which tation this morning regarding the

approaches to the cathedral: I Special to 1'heJ.'ew5.Indianapolis.] residence and otflce; John E. Donalson I
gives what it purports to be the sup- next step. Sunday is expected to be
wore lined by silent throngs through June 26.-Returns residence; O. W. Oliver's livery
and colonial stable H. H. Hodges boarding house; HOISTED TODAYLocal a critical day. The extreme tension
*hi'''h drove peers peeresses carefully gathered by the News iadi ; pressed facts in regard to the king's

premiers:!, foreign envoys ambassadors A. R. Benton & Co., merchants; build.
cate that the storm which swept illness. The will not be relieved until the stitches
and members of the housaof InK occupied by United States postof Reynold's newspaperhas tare

t commons, all in sombre clothes. In across the state from the northwest tc flcr Weather Observer Bunne- been extraordinarily accurate successfully removed. It is

'h. chancel were J. H. Choate the the S3uthwe yesterday morning was The heaviest losers are Messrs. Chanson
Cnlted States ambassador and Mrs the wrost and most destructive on< & Co. and A. R. Benton & Co. meyer hoisted storm warning signals with reference to the king's condition feared diabetic may retard the

1 hoate; Henry Whit, secretary ol that has visited the state since 1877. These parties are partially insured. At this forenoon because of telegraphic heretofore. It was the only healing process.BELIEVE .

the embassy Andrew White and Mrs The path of destruction extendedfor present there can be no definite estimate advices from Washington, as follows

White' J. R. Carter second secretary about 15 miles and varied in width of the loss The town is greatly : newspaper that printed the fact last STRIKERS

't the embassy and Mrs. Carter; from 3 to 6 miles. In this path factories :. excited and no plans have been Southeast storm 10:20 week that the king was in a desperate -

\\I.a.: : : } Reid the special ambassadort wrecked houses were un formed by the business men. warning a.

'! .> Tutted States to the corona roofed were and Mown from their foundations The Insurance companies Interested m., Pensicola and Mobile. Storm condition.In WILL BE VICTORIOUSSpecial

fon .mi Mrs. n*ld; Mr. and Mrs J. ; windows and doors were crushed are the Hartford Phoenix Commercial central in West Texas. Will proba- the article printed today it says

P;..: ,i.nt Morgan, Jr.. and the leading thousands Union Western Royal and others.
minuetof the nobility. by the weight of the wind, bly increase in energy and move ina since June of last year there has to The Dally NewsrWllkesbarre.
of acres of growing crops were
In tht. nave: about a thousand oli' torn to pieces by the wind or cut Int; ORPHANAGE ISGIVEN northeasterly direction. Brisk to been no fewer than three operations June 27.-A disturb-

', Wf-tmiiifttfr abbey ticket holders; high southeast winds indicated for
seated. Shortly: shreds by the hail and barns were de performed on the king for a malignant ance in the vicinity of Stanton Coll-
na: \ \voint-n. were
the middle
mollshed. tonight on gulf coast, increasing -
lit: t.: >''I.! the big: western, doora'ii.n $25,000Special affection of the larynx. Two iery of the Lehigh and WilkesbarreCoal
Cattle were killed and injured; ma on the extreme east gulf i
w.1'1' :1\\ : open sunlight streamed chinery was wrecked; forests went I I !' Co today resulted in six men
lean -- coast physicians have been in constant
and the Duke of Cambridge, Saturday morning
I i': :
twisted and bent broken by the fun I arrested charged with assault and

rs heavily on the arm of an equerry of the gale and telephone and telo to The Daily News. | attendance since June 1st this year. and
'"iik<* graph poles were snapped and the Columbia: a' C., J t.e' 26.-The QUARANTINE OFFICERS
became alarmed
seriously on
All 12 o'clock struck there arose confusktalong I They Pres Mitchell announced this
wires scattered in fearful I Thornwell orfhange, located at Clinton '
rom the far end of the nave the cleattea i' the highway and the lines olj i which has grown steadily for sev.. the 3d of Juna when tte king expe- morning that reports from West
: .) of the opening sentences of the WILL LEAVE TODAY
railway. I eral without regular revenue, Virginia were and that
I'tUuy; chanted by four of the catharai years any rienced ?' abdominal pains. The encouraging
Grea; as the damage was and tense
has Just recleved a donation of $25-
ThMr In such he believes the strikers will be
riergy.:! tones were :: vic-
the fury of the storm it is remarkable 000 from a gentleman In New York doctors i called the atfection
UDUou! that they seemed to emanate
choir that only two persons were kilted who does not wish kill name pub- :pe steamer W. D. Bratton, on torious.
voice The lumbago.
from powerful
James Van Hoy. a young man of 22 llsned. This announcement is made
took up the responses. At each supplication which Dr. Porter the state health I "I Never Knew Pain Killer Fail
crushed in a falling barn at Pendleton through Judge A. A, Phlegar, of Roanoke The newspaper then takes to task to
the procession with the officer, was brought to Pensacola before what
and James Uailey a farmer whc Va., who has for several years can matter be
rose at Its head, advanced a few itciM i the ministers for concealing the Where is the bottle? There, I
caught in the wreckage at McCord taken much interest' In this Institution. came up to Palafox wharf at 9 .
and then stood still until the respond thought so; it is not Perry Davis'
WB completed. Through the kn.*lIng vill I While Judge Phlfgar withholds the o'clock this morning for coal. She truth and hoaxing the public, and Painkiller at all, but something the
Conservative estimate of the total of the loner, he is believed to have
name druggist made
congregation! the choir advanced will leave this afternoon lor Tampaand continuing charges that the king
damage in the path of the storm place be H. C. McHarg who has been associated and I did not notice it; I have used

pl. A score of the It In the neighborhood of 11,000,000 I with Judge Phlt>gar as a Joint at that place will be laid up; for was dosed with opium and was told Painkiller for years for diarrhoea,
:Urjy followed and behind them were I
,, receiver of the Virginia Coal and Iron improvement cramps and stomach aches and it
- I
ten bishops In gorgeous robes. if he would absent himself from a never tailed"

With evident feeling the choir sang company This steamer i is engaged by the -
few functions he would be all right.
'he three psalms of Intercession, aft 't
United States
government as a quar- CLUBBED WITH AN
which the Rt. Rtlv. Cosmo Gordon POISONEDSTEP The king was willing to do anything
: LIFE SENTENCE FORBATTLE'S antine boat and i is placed entirely at
Lao?. bishop of Stepney, read the les CHILDREN

-on Ua'.ah! <'hapt.. r 38, verse 10: "I the disposal of Dr. Porter, who uses rather than disappoint the people, OLD ARMY PISTOLA

-ild in the cutting off of my days I SLAYER it as he sees fit. She M a pretty vej-. I !a.nd in listening to his advisgrs almost -
.':all go: to the sates of the, grate: I "
am d.prlud of the residue of my I-Ip"cla! to The NewiRipley ,I sel,67 tOne register: and has :a !speed:: killed himself.

i Te lA., June 28.-A whIte I of 16 knot At the head of her I big army pistol, score of yearsin
The first bulletin issued
Special to The Se..s. today in
Th.' Kt RPv Arthur !-'. W. Wlnghara man, 54 years old, /giving LU name as ape
| Atlanta. June 26. Henry King, the foreman flies the national yellow ago weighing about fifteen
'< -'."1' of London from the eltar steps O. F. Thomson was arrested Monday I reference to the king's condition was
i the prayers: "0 lord save the night; in his shanty boat on the MIa i! negro Implicated In the riot of May quarantine Hag and the Stars and pounds, was, Ian night, wielded
I 17. in which lost their lives I at 10:15 o'clock this
seven men posted morning,
""C ilsslppl! river about 20 mil. from her Stripes are displayed from the stern. with murderous effect by a youngf"negro
a number of others were wound I
Ills voice rang out to the furtherest He is charged with poisoning hU as follows:
i i ed. was yesterday afternoon convicted Her bunker capacity has been named Will Johnson upon the j
rep' wholc-ioiilod re!por.-.e from the chou respectively.A | before Judge John S. Candler, in the shown to be totally inadequate for "His majesty had a fair night and head of Will Wyer, an old negro
i i criminal superior the ,
court on charge
and! tini ongregati.m:: young woman who claims to be the service in which she is engaged; !I some settled sleep. His appetite I Ii is residing on Coyle street
of firing the shot that killed Bailiff
The anthem and! of the the wife and the mother of the children
the singing
i Ed Battle, while the riot was in pro?. as there can hardly be stored enough; i improving and his wound is much Wyers suffered an ugly wound on
hymn "Thine arm. 0 Lord, in days was arrested and admits seeing
I res. He was given a life term in the coal on board to make a run from I the head, and the professional services
1 >M was strong to heal and, save, him administer the poison. The chil more comfortable. On the whole,

i : Islam 61. concluded( the short ser. dren were taken violently ill Friday {i penitentiary. The Jury found Kin, Tampa to Pensacola. The steamers of Dr. Pierpont were needed to
i guilty of murder but recommended the king's condition is attended with
v wh
.' rruindPtl' by thp archbishops ant: was aroused and the stomachsof : less anxiety. flow of
1 and blood.
tiary for life. suits tho-e on board and engaged -
1 :"'>ps from the, altar steps impressA. the children were analyzed. Quan

'. :) pronounced the benediction.! titles of iodine were found in each. in the service.To (Signed) "LiSTEB, The difficulty took place at Hi

"',1' a few moments silence reigned! Thompson wag tried before Justice I HARDEMANFOR overcome the coal shortage. 'SMITH, West Wright, and Johnson was soon

''! all heads bowed in X. D. Davis and bound to the circuit
I i'I. were prayer, over after taken In
Dr. Porter is authority for the state- "LAKINO, charge by Officer
'er which the almost blind archbishf court while the woman was released I

> Canterbury was carefully led on bond of $:>00. LEGISLATURE ment that oil tanks will soon be ARJW, Reed. Mayor Jones' fined him $10

'4tht' steps the procession reMi'd The woman also states that Thompson placed on the steamer and she will "TBEVES." this morning, besides :giving him a ,

!: and the congregation! went out recently killed the man with whom -- hereafter be one of the few government lecture on Mi act, which was committed *

the sunlight: gladly dlscusking the she was living at Caruthersville, Mo Special to The Daily News: It was stated unofficially this
!line! of the last bulletin: from and compelled her to leave there with service vessels to burn oil for without provocation. n
Harmony Grove, Ga.: June 26-The: morning that the pain mentioned in
..m; hAm palace him. fuel. This improvement i h calculated antiquated, rusty weapon wasrecovered
announcement of Dr. L. G. Hardeman, .
: iltaneously a similar service of this place, appears simultaneouslythis to be made when Tampa is reached i last night's bulletin was :at first attended and used as evidence ton f

.a 'nducted at St Margaret's GREAT COLD I week In all the democratic! papersof on the current trip. I by some restlessness but day. One chamber was loaded, and ''
itmlntiter.. It was larH (>>
r'-i..>,< hy cabinet ministers, peers .I this county from as a candidate for representative The quarantine boat stayed here subsequently an improvement was! from the looks of it had been so foryear
ir u,' mrx rR of the house of coin- county in the longer by nearly a week .
CAMP IN RUINSSpecial than had
next house of representatives Dr. I noted. Previous bulletins Issued up I
and wa concluded with slnginj
I Hardeman has received assurances ot been intended. This was unavoidable
t Sire the King to midnight mentioned renewed NATAL STonES MARK.."'. .
*.' support from friends from all section? as extensive repairs to engineswere t,
sa India. Australia and Africa,
to The News I of the county and it was only at their compulsory. pain in the wound. This led to Reported Dally for The News bUnion

a'prrwhere*.. a announce Britons the congregated holding of tele-lav Salt Lake Utah, 'June 26.-Mercur, I earnest solicitation the that he consentedto > Vincent McVoy, a young man of 'I i alarming rumors concerning hismajesty's Naval Stores Co >
I race.Hoffman 80BIH. ,
>.i\6 upplicatory services. the great cyanide gold camp and the Pensacola, has accepted a positionas I condition but WW _... ..... .. J! (If\) H ..... .........._$ ,.
.. second largest mining: town in Utah, I engineer on the Bratton and will they were we.._...._.. ..... a r; 11 t;i.r
Will Filed for Probate. ..... ..... ... 34) -ZTZIiS
has been practically! wiped out of existence leave with the vessel this afternoon.His neither confirmed or denied. ... .
MOB CHEATEDOF I New York, June 26-The will of the I M- .. .... ......_ awi E.-._ 125
by fire many steamboat friends B-.._ :2 55 L..__._ iYS .
late Very Rev E. A. Hoffman, dean of today I{ Watchers outside the palace were L[ _...__... __ 2 15 c A: below_ 15: ,'
The origin of the fire remains a congratulated him on the position BflKITl TCEHSTIHE .
the General Theological: seminary ha: ? I ; :
ITS PREY mystery beyond the fact that it began I been filed for probate. It disposes of which he has secured, which is a unable to notice anything unusual. ALL WHO USE :4
with an explosion.At least IflM I ATOMIZERS ia
persons in estate the value of which is estlj lucrative one. The Times today warns the public
are without food and shelter. No treating nasal catarrh will
j mated at $12,000.000: to 15000000. The
-I 1 to The New lives were lost M II charitable bequests amount to $2GJ Of All Hot Weather Enemies i "Not to indulge too confidently for best result from Ely's Liquid Cream ,f
A conservative estimate places the : Balm. Price '
'. ..n. Mo.. June 2e.-\\-m. Brown, 000. of humanity cholera is the worst. : the next few days in the hope that including spraying : ..
.. total loss between JSOO.OOO and $1.000, tube, 75cta. Sold >
Treatment to be effective by druggists
a tncr. of Minden. Mo., fearful of .. must be or
lynched for the murder of a 000, and the insurance at 30000.; I II Of what does a bad taste in your prompt. When vomiting, purgingand all cherish.. mailed by Ely Bros., 66 Warren St., i

rlr.'T mouth remind yon? It indicatesthat sweat, announce that the disease New .
>worker jumped Into the Elk There is now talk of holding the York.New
Tornado Loss at Marietta Ohio. is present combat it with
rear Lanagan 40 miles from here, your stomach is in bad condi- Perry I II Orleans, Sept. I, loo).
Marietta,. 0., June 26.-In the torna Davis' Painkiller. All bowel troubles I coronation in autumn on a modulated Messrs. ELY BROS- sold two ",
ac : was drowned. tion and will remind you that there like diarrhoea cholera
bottles of
do last night William S verna waj your Liquid Cream Balm
W'.de!\! officers were taking Brown to killed. Mrs. John Drayer Mrs. Sty is nothing so good for such a dis- and dysentery are overcome by Pain- scale if the king should sur- to a customer, Wm. Lamberton 1415
a crowd of men gathered butn order Chamberlain's killer. It is equally health-promot- Delachaise St. New
er and John Bay were dangerously In as .Stomach & climates. vive. Orleans; he has
\\ broke and before the offi- ing in used the two bottles
Jured. Mrs. Henry Becker was seriously Liver Tablets after having once giving him
toll could Interfere drowned himself. A bulletin issued at 2 o'clock wonderful and most satisfactory
InJr 'ed. Henry Decker and his used them. They cleanse and invigorate The Stratton Ice Works says eult!. OEO. W. McDuFF

Tle: finest line of sterling silver two children and several other were the stomach and regulate has large luscious melons I the king passed a comfortable morn Pharmacist.Foley's .
badly injured all of Marietta. The the bowels. For sale at 25 cents per ,

Js and at J.silver I. Stephen'novelties" Prices is to bead to total lose in this city is over tall a box by all druggists and medicine ice-culd. Place your order ing. His symptoms are satisfactory. Honey area Tar't'

a9 all, million dollars. dealers. nowby elephone. His temperature remains normal. cures olds, prevents paeumOQJ ; i

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Digests :" CATARRH

It Is Said His Majesty May Decide To Mrs. J. H. McKerron, Formerly) of .

Kodol what yeH Forego Ceremony. Richmond, Swallows Carbolic Acid. The of Catarrh with antiseptic and )

j New York, June 26.' -If his majesty Lexington, Ky., June 26.-Mrs. Mo astringent washes, lotions, salves, medicated tobacco ta. "

Eat ; recovers sufficiently to bear the fatigues Kerron who wa the beautiful young and cigarettes any external or local application, is ':+-.I ::;

of the coronation ceremony elocutionist, Nannette Heath, of Elc\ just as senseless as would be kindling a fire on top of _

t mond. wife of the wealthy Waco, Tee, the pot to make it boil. True, these give temporaryrelief
preparations for it are not likely to
ll Dyspepsia Cure ranchman. J. H. McKerron, committel but the cavities and passages of the head and the
be made on so elaborate a scale u hatjusfbeen ca.r'bollc
suicide yesterday by swallowing bronchial tubes soon fill up again with'mucus.
the owing to the fact
jjj; Mature never makes a mistake and'the preparation which duplicates. that: of cue stands and acid. Taking. cold is the first step towards Catarrh for it ii.
)!TU its action cannot fail. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure never tails because it dl- owners tradesmen Mrs. McKerron was visiting Mrs. checks perspiration, and the poisonous acids and

V4 cests your fo<.d by nature's own process. Its affect equally prompt on of all descriptions have been BO se- John Embry, her aunt, and was noticeably vapors which should pass off through the skin, are

( Loth occasional and chronic cases of indigestion, dyspepsia and stomach very hit by the present poatponient. despondent Lees than a yeat thrown back upon the mucous membrane or inner skin,

\fl trouble of every kind. It digests what you eat while the stomach rest& : ago, to satisfy relatives she cast o3 producing inflammation and excessive flow of mucus,
1\JtI ?{o dieting Is neces>ary. Eat all the good food you want. "We have It is quit conceivable! that his ma}
J much of which is absorbed into the blood and
l her Kentucky suitors and married the through the circulation
1Jj teen s llin>; Kodul Iys.pep Cure for the past two years and have also I eety will decide to forego th. corona/
II used It," write Bowman &Sons, Valley Furnace, W. Va.. "and never Texan whom she had known but a reaches every part of the system, involving the Stomach, Kidneys and oth: >

'1 1 heard of a failure. We are so confident of its merits that we sell every { Lion ceremony. No definite Information short time. It is denied that then parts of the body. When the disease assumes the dry form, the bre. !...

t if bottle under our personal guarantee." Kodol D fails. can be given at the moment, but was any estrangementShe becomes exceedingly foul, blinding,headaches are frequent the eyes rehearing -

l Cures Stomach Troubles.Prrpand such an abandonment bas received was 24 years old and the daughter affected and a constant ringing in the ears. No remedy that d,: ,.

some consideration.: of Dr. M. G. Heath a prominent not reach the polluted blood can cure Catarrh. S, S. S. expels from the

If Ppr1lK! 0. tVWItt& Oo.: A11 aThe bottle contelnsgH flm'e* theMc. alze."When .' A gala performance: at the opera sol' practitioner of Richmond. circulation all offensive matter, and when rich ;p:.>c

1: you suffer from biliousness or constipation ue the famous little liver for ,next Monday night for which! Her brother, M. Chapel Heath, sui blood is again coursing through the bOth .

"I f pills known as DeWitV Little EARLY RISERS. They never gripe. every'8e.t and .box were engaged at mucous membranes become healthy and the ,
g I cided at the Gibson house in Cincinnatitwo '
| special prices, has been given Thi active all the .
I s: John SheppardHarris' Pharmacy Hidm y Kahn. up. years ago.Vengeful disagreeable, painful symptoms d i'!-
i checks for the buildints for Monday and
: pear, a permanent, ,thorough cure is ttlni-
- night alone amounted to well oval Soldiers Wreck Saloon. S. S. S. 'being 'a strictly vegetable blood pUrifier does not derange .?

H 1sp II CLASS DISTINCTIONS.They 100,000.. The cheapest seats In the Stomach and digestion, but the appetite and general health rapidly
RtBELSAGAINDEFEATCASTO. Washington, June 26Jas. Geary's imp sunder
__ J I house were guinea seats In the gallery saloon at Reslin Va., was completely its tonic effects. Write us about your case and get the best nit ..u
all of which taken weeks advice free. Book blood and skin diseases
Go Almost Down to the Very were ago. on sent on application. *
The Situation In South American Re wrecked and the place riddled with "
Than Critical. Bottom of Society. bullets from carbines and revolvers bya THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. Atlanta, Ca.
public More Some sort of class feeling is, we believe THREAT COST MAN HIS LIFE. -- ----- -- -- -
crowd of 150 soldiers from Fort My .
of Island of Trinidad,
Port Spain. Inherent In human nature. Feo j

Jon* :2!*>.-Th.. Venezuelan go\eminent pie often speak as though these demarcations i Another Fatality Among Members ci) ers, Va., who conducted an apparently Superb.
organized attack presumably In revenge "What a regal carriage be has! There (
forces have been defeated again near existed only among tie j Hatfield.McCoy Gang.
t. for the shooting of one of their is surely royal blood in his veins. Do
11ri(a. in the state of Cumand. by thE middle and upper clashes, but suchjs I Roanoke. Va, June 26.-A fatal know ridg signature is on every hex of tho .
comrades. One man was wounded in you him'whispered the enthusiastic p r
rear guard of General Mato's revolutionary I|i not the fact Indeed It Is- very far ,; shooting affray between members oiI the raid. woman. Uxative Brorao-Quinine I _>

army lJell"rtf'rli and fugitives I I. from the fact Xo_ morj_' Eiisleading :I i the, Harfleld McCoy gang is reported "Yes," replied the man, "he comes of the nltIedltha t cure, a eoM in one day,
labels than "the clasps'1 aud "the' -- -
"i -
are entering Cumana and Barcelona .- from Mlcgo county, West Virginia Steel Plant To Cost $2,000,000. a long line of janitors."-Cincinnati -

ty the hundreds Among. ; tbtria is Gar massesveie ever in ented. There a result. ot, which"m*. Carter shot Youngstown, !O r.Jujje iL1L'4' Commercial. Tribune. .._ pdnmcUyalUjiiliiflHmni Pj-ny-BnUam Stop.the:< TI..1.11:0
Classdistinctions m-yHi
.. speaking. --u-
-... are no masses, rightly | Chares Ellis to death. -- -- i
independent -
hent local Ironmanufac. -
Jilu. bun of the war minister go almost down to thebut.! I '
I Ellis! was a conin' of Doc Ellis, who turers planning for the erection
are ota Much In Her Name. BANNER
j jthere
The Geu SALVE.
disaster complicates of because
nt'W toin-not quite, course, I killed Bias
.g -- -- was by Hatfield... several Bessemer steel plant in this city to Churcb-She is a Russian countess
tral (Catru [nation in Barcelona U always a residuum. who Ithrouglithelr i r -'- the most heallne saiva In thi
I taut- m.sfoitunehave I years a 1:0. Carte u'as a Tenant oi! cost $2,0i\0,000. Gotbntn-Indeed! Has she much in torns.
: their
\; tht healquarters ,)t President Castro'cirgrst .lli' lining on the latter's farm. There her own name?

," arDI" -Jeneial Vehitmi.... th-. -a -neither-to-Tort the themsel\es....-pride---nur- "the" iuiagiTintinn --, bad been bad Hood between the Ua: Interesting to Asthma Sufferers. "Has she? She's got nearly the en- Rubber hose all size, n

chief oiuuiand. quai'1s daily" i! and Ellis had tire "
men threatened Carter's alphabet! Yonfeers Statesman.On .
Money is not an absolute criterion _of Daniel Rante of Otterville, Iowa, the Willis Hardware Co. .
Gt'n.ral Catru (who is a brothrr ol si clal ixj-Ition. Character In so far I i life. writes: "I have had asthma for ----- -

the r'TI'sldl'nU and he will abandon tin as it is reflected in propritty of ix... When Carter saw Ellis enter his three or four years and have tried the first indication of kidney You will have pride in you ow

toiuuiand [(Irla '. ha\ior, counts for a great deal A i yard Tuesday armed with a Inchestti about all the cough and asthma trouble, stop it by taking: Foley's flower gardens if they are on your

rowdy family sink directly! though I rifle, he fired on Ellis with a revolver cures in the market and have received Kidney Cure. W. A. D'Alemberte, own ground. Yournu-baudcaubu1'
The Mtuation i II nior> than critical.
that treatment from physicians 121 S. Palafox. home and he can do it now
carried Winchester cartridges :a t
The invernnu-nt is compelling! ini they may hate money to waste, and anspcctablt in New York and other cities, though he think otherwi-

l-orh'rs at Caruj'jno to 'pay again tbflutlis .. widow may retain her superiority four of which took effect in Ellis' body but got very little benefit until ISaUauig from the ZTonberu Wood Every woman may wants a home of. .

toJlected im Kooda received lnr i-i the face of grinding pover. causing almost! instant death. I tried Foley's Honey and ire in rjiij-K ctrtajj cure for couhi.MlIWIFEIY. own, audit shewillbave talk w

leg th. late oirupation of the town i ithe b) ty. The acme of good manners, the Carter afterwards gave himself ui Tar which gave me immediate -I Thus. C. Watson & Co., : .
of is bo to Sheriff Hatfipld and relief and I will be
very badge gentility, to was lodged in! never .
ol'Uionlcls( The firfct paymenlnia.4 leading Real Estate Agents, t: \'
"quiet," ne\er to let the sound of : jail at Williamson.Donnd without it in my hou;;e. I sincerely I' The undersigned takes this methodof I show her how it is t ..
( :
11 aa ** to tbe revolutionists, recommend it to all." W. A. D'Al- can easy t
mirth, quarreling or lamentation proceed offennj her services as a
a n -w diplomatic! incident
emberte, 121 8. Palafox. .
I Brst-class licensed midwife having
out of jour dwelling. to Explain It. ,
The t'nlt States \' consul. Juar
This sign; of social distinction Is appreciated "fay, pa," asked Willie sweetly had 35 years experience.Can .
A, Orsini. hai left Carnpano for TrnIdad Better give best of references from Buy a new garden hose
down to the very bottom. "what does a chopping sea ('hopr'"I Than a Sermon.
Ills life was daily menaced l tiuld1irs II> answered his father Mammy Bless mah heart if de leading physicians of this city.
On the upper rungs! of the social ladder I guess, from the JVillis Hardware
for having: tried to protect tius chile ala't cuttin' his :\IRS.l\I. GIDDENS,
we shoal say that those social thoughtfully, "it must Itthe sea- eyetooth!
jLtl'rht ot Krfiuh t ai/ent.., he being distinctionsLkh can be defined at board."-Philadelphia Hcrr.H Little Hnstus (In nlarm-What's an jltf 114 South DeVilliers Bt. Company.'BOYS .

also consul for France- all rest upon birth, money and brain en>tooth. mammy? j!

Among the poor they rest upon money '! Spring Fever. Mauimy -Why, de eyetooth, chile, Do you Wish to make a little .-!' rmoney
and GIRLS I "
A Me r'rien.1.MarkleyVoii're and manners and the latter alas. are. Hpring fever is another name for watches ebry word dat jo' tongue utteus I so, you duilcg can readily spare do moment so, by .. .:
biliou ness. It is more serious than an' time log our "Blueine." 40 rent, commission on all Ealet An ludispt-nsable article '.
allieI' friend to below a certain Wl woefully de ebry yo' says a bad word !. pr
most people think A torpid liver boust-liolj use. fiery: lady istlcllglittd when they see it. Une beet makes lbs CD-I-
hae.Vh\' didn't you lei-d Burroughs pendent upon the former.Sjiectator. and inactive bowels mean a poisoned it'll pain dat good eyetooth so much Blue-niter you ever used in the 1Ita.h.'rl1e today. before your territory is taken t>v
the J.'i: he wanted? If dat it'll ache to' two houhs!-Puck. borne one else, and we will send by return mail, one dozen packages of "Blueine:.
system, neglected, serious illness i Whenyou have sold them return ue NX., retaining the balance, 4Ur, as your tounuf <
I\rltt-: \\'h.' should I? may follow such symptoms. >Ion. Da not delay but write at once
Marklfj'-To save nnYou must! Leads Them All. DeWitt's Little Early Risers remove The Aerway Oath. .\lldrf' oI.. GLK>N MANUf-'Alll'lllNG: n).. IJf pt. C IM. lioi IM. I'lilla. I'& .

lia\e realized that lie knew It he didn't "One Minute Cough Cure beats all all dan ar by stimulating the liver Probably! the most (curious Europeanoath .,,

pet it from }im he would from me. other medicine 1 ever tried for opening the bowels and cleansing is atlnilaisU-retl Norway.:: The -

)ouve' iirjctieally ro.lJltl'Cl me of that couh.*. cold-, croup and throat and the system of impurities.. Safe pills. witness raises his thumb, his forefingerand : ROYAL STANDARD \\VHISKEY
Sevtr ifripp. .I have taken De Lls middle finger. These signify
1'rtss. I lung troublesays; D. Scott Currinof
\Vitt' Little Early Jyisers for torpid the Trinity, while! the larger of the -
Logauton. Pa. One Minute Cough liver every prin for years," writes fingers is supposed to representthe uplifted 8 Years Old! i in Cases cl 4 Full Quarts, at $3.20 per castTHIS
$ttlo Kiv.iistoo.Tlie ; Cure i? the only a'holutelsafe R. M. Everly. Mouudsville, W. Va.
reailt-r of tin- |>:iper will be cough remedy which acts immedi- "They do me more good than anything soul of the witness and the smallerto I -

plea-ed that theniat i leatt ately. Mothers everywhere testifyto I have ever tried," Har is' i indicate-his--,bod-- f.--- I WHISKEY is distilled at the Nelson, Co

the !good it ha* done their little Pharmacy. John Sheppard.: Sidney I ., Distillery, and is fully matured In woo
ilrfjdc'd Ij-t4-C that TEN YEARS IN BED.
t ( cienceIHHI .
ones. Croup is =o sudden in its attacks Kahn. I before"bottling. it is absolutely pure and not excelled -

I.a able to cur1 in all itstajrethat that the doctor often arrivestoo I R. A. Gray, J. P., Oakville, Ind.. in quality by any Whiskey of the same age
"ud i.. catarrh. Hall'-? Catarrh late. It yields at once to One OA.TIX.A. writes: "For ten years I was confined no matter where produced. The Royal Htanclan

Cure i.. th' only i'''-itive cure now Minute Cough Cure. Plea;ant to era the YtII' HavB AAas h tIge : to my bed with diiea.e of. the is eight years old when bottled, and, considerm'

Aliown t.. the nifdifiil fraternity take. Children like it. Hure cure ; # I kidneys. It was so severe that I its excellent quality, is the cheapest whiskey it, -
('ata rrli l,,-in a cn..tituti li di iQ4i.F i- for grip, br'jnchiticoughs.; HarsrU' ? d could not move part of the time. I _,_4 the market at that price. As a beverage, and a?

require a constitutional treatiint. Pharmacy, John Sheppard! Sidney consulted the very best medical an absolutely pure stimulant, there is none better
\ liall\Catarrh Cure i is taken Kahu. kill; available, but could get; no relief 4 hipped in cages containing no marks whatever t<
internally. acting; directly upon the The man who owns his own home I I until Foley's Kidney i Cure was indicate contents. If purchaser, upon examiuitif

: Mood and niucouurfa"ce-. IIf tlie TIKI (.u'utI. insures him;:elf againt lots of recommended to mo. It has been a the whi-key, is not satisfied with the quality"

ryetm, thenhy/ troyingthe fonudation trouble and worry. Nobody can I Godsend: to me.V.. A. D'Alem _ _ can return the same at our expense and mone,>
King Oeorge I I. once wished to add raise his rent, and the rent day has 'berte, 121: South Palafox.
i.t I the .ti-"a"I', and giving the be refunded.All .
the (:rl''u park: in London to his pal. no terrors for him. It's E'a"v to own I
patienttMijrtli l h y htiildin up the orders should be accompanied by eithercurrency
ait1 crounds whether the ,'ople li.l'tllt! 1 home: uow-a-days. Thos. C.
roiiftitutior. anI.I"- .tiug-lIaturt' in IGHr YEARZ OLD postoflice money order, bank draft or express -
doing iN work. The proprietor- <>r not. He iinjuiiiil of his minister as Watson & Co. can tell you how money order. We refer to First! Natioua
have MI much faith in curative to the 1'C'et. easy it i*. tall ana see them. I The BeerThat Bank or any merchant in Peusacola.

powerthat they tilTtr One Hundred His lordship mindful of the general I I

Ikillar* for any ca-e that it fails to di-content tlit-ii pie\alent.] answered:

cure. Send for li-t of ttiil1oItia14.kddr4. "'fl\(' rost. sir? Oh it would be a matter IF YOU ARE Made@ ., S. A. FRIEDMAN
F. J. ('hF & i
.N E\ Co., of tint crowiis"! _

by Irugi-t. .Toledo 5e. 0.LE'4o1d The king took the hint The peoplekept LOOKING FOR BARCAINS e SOLE PROPRIETOR PENSACOLA, FLA.

--- their park and tbe sovereign his I DAHHB I tR r AMOVICTORIA U

triple! throne.Cinnamon. : I I P. O. BOX 41$. TKLKI'liONK 1'91

is thewell' For the next! ten days I will sell JiISK
The Home i -IB- ; -
Happy a* an ntlaeptle.No t
:: living gcirn of disease! can resist you any article now in stock at a1! a.APRIfOMAH. ,.- handle every class of Liquor* sold, ir,

furnished home. Marston the antiseptic power of essence of cinnamon discount of 2;; per cent from the regular -' -r-, are bulk way or bottle down. wholesale or retail, at prices thai

for more than a few hours. In '
I price. Think of it-you will ..
, $ Quina can supply you destroying microlt-s. it is not I less effictie save $:!"> on a diamond ring or pin MADE BY ACME BKEWINC CO. AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER.

with all needed in the way than cormshe sublimate. Eton -. .
where at it would
regular price cost
the scent kills iliem. A decoction of 1m.Sr 10-CKXT ItOTTLK nKF.U
of house furnishings at the cinnamon should l>e drunk In localities $li ). See ; you save 25; cents on IN TOWN.D&NNHEISSER. iAilCKE St CO.

lowest prices cash or credit.He whore tjphoid feu-r or cholera every dollar's worth you buy. Now I

pre\ails. i is the time to buy your diamonds or BROS

Presided at Guiteau Trial. "- --- watch or any other article in stock AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED Plumber Gas and Steam Fitter

\Va hmeton. June ,'';
-Waiter R Hated Fr"''" an .1\\ lot Fate. very cheap. Call and examine ,
I I. f
Harper itohy.
Cox. former!)' associate Justice of the "Everybody aid I had conump- goods. Remember, this offer is for

upreme court of the District of Columbia tion," write, Mr*. A.1.. Shield. of only ten day'. No trouble to show M ain House-401 H. Palafox street. I No. & South Palafox Street.

and one of the mo!'t di tn Chamb r.bnrg. Pa.. "I wn so lowafter goods. J. I. "STEPHENS, j R. R. Exchange-Opp. Union Depot All Kinds 01 Plumbing and Gas Fittings Materials Kept on Hand
1tiri;;ts in this ,,('(.tion. died 1
pulshed alba P. 0. Box 281. Peusacola, Fla. ..
I .Jo.IFPflOME r.ll1iI1IffUnnrA. FT.AI
six months of severe -ickne-. lliSouth! Palafox street.
reidenc-e hen- Phones _
'E'.tf'r.lay Judge !i I 116-268. I JI
_ :, Cox preittt! over many famous criminal I cau-ed by Hay Fever and A thma. I

I cact. the most notable of which J that few thought I could get well DR. KING'S WEEKLY HCIIEI>UL.> &Av
:] :
I but I learned of the marvelous m'ritof A ryI
*aa tht trial \j Ouiteau for the as .
? a lnatlon of ProhiIontA GarfioM
Consumption, u"ed it, and wa completely
Real friend. and Lung Ii-p-i* it i i.: the safest RAILWAY COMPANY
"I muttered from dYiI't'p and in- cure m the world, and is infallible TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. i,I I IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
for *, Cold and Cures Tralni leave PeosacoU for the Llllt
Congh: Bronchial
di!:e: tion for fifteen yearay* W. ConuinptionCoughs Bayou, Big liayon. W rrlDgton,>i nl X nand !
T. Sturdevint of Merry Oak, X. C. Guaranteed bottle &K;. Colds Bronchitis Asthma Fort Barrancas at HARDWARE.
ind $Uill> Trial bottle; free at W. A.DAlembert&s ,
'Alter I had tried doctor and 1\30: .m.arrive at Yon Barranen 7IOa L
many 121 South; Palafox. PnenmoniaHayFeverPleu-1 :
uu:uo a.m.arrive at Fort Barranca.tOI6 a.o
c medicine to Ill) avail. one of iny 1-00: p.m.arrive at Fort Barraooai ltfpn I
friend* per-uaded me to try Kndol. riy, LaGrippe, Hoarseness, I:;:\0 p. m. arrive at Fort Harraneai 4:15 p n Iron, Nail, Axes. Shove 1 Is. Haw Mill and Steamboat
I .:15p.m. arrive at Fort Barraocai Tuop e
It gave immediate relief. I can eat The fine-t line of umbrellas in the Sore Throat, Croup and "SIJp.m.ftrrIve at Fort Karraucai BiSp.n ; supplies, CoohiDff and Heating Moves, Paint Oils

almost anything I want now and my i city is at J. I. Stephens': Go look Whooping Cough. Tralni elYe Fort Barrancailor Ptnia I Window Glass, Guns Pistols and Fishing Tackle.

dlgE'ttlon'i N good. I cheerfully\ I I at them. cola at
recommend Kodol." Don't try to NO CURE. NO PAY. 1ta.m.lurlve at Pensacola..._.., :oo a. D Agate and Tinware and Hoii efiirnisliing Goods.

cure tomicli trouble by dietin .. I' We will launder your spreads tot Pric SOc. and $1. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE. 11:110 j-oo p p.m.m. arrive arrive at at fenaacola feniacola-_lltSp.n 2:4t p.n I AGENB FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL COMPANVW1Rpv
That only further wtakenthey; ': IS cents each and make them loot 5-OU p m arrive at Pen!acola- Sifi p n
Um. You need w holt ,ool11t', trentrth. : like uw. Star Laundry.C4'.STQ11I.A.. T-Oi p. m. arrive at Pemaoola_ T:46p. Giant Stitched Beltintr, Northampton Emery
ening food Kodol enables you to I .I4".1 CURE YOURSELF 1:45p.m.arr1veatt'enCOla.-. t Wheel Co., Laftin & Rand Powder Co.. Johnson's Kaf-

a it without the tonnch'- aid. 13 kd i Ii IdI7$., PARK FOR Will DATS.Pemaoola I Coups & Co.'s Raw Hide: Lace Leather \la'Ourv's
Yj Ha
i th /f :: *? Aiavs: ; ,Itint irnutioai or ulcrrttiou to Fort Barrancai and retort tL
Hargi I'hinnacy J.'hnIE'rp1fd:: 3ir"! .ftWt <. .tt.ItfllU, cf macoai mtmtrtnes.ot fen-acolaUi Navy lard: and retnra._ I3iPemaoola I, Made Railroad Color
Piwta PainIe.m, and
Kidnev Kahn. ,I .sJ&jrft S NIVA..1HIVC1LCO. gntotpiionuui.ulna- to Palmetto ICHIDUDB.Beach and return IV9U9DAT I Masonic Temple. PfmsacoJa. Fla.

NCPINIflO.old krr ,
OASTOR.A.: U.1.A. lent iaIt pl&u. wr.per, When weatber permits the running o .. "
Ii ,
E. ipres pr.ijd couches.

97;: aCZ: : ( CircuUr.00, or J icut ottln3 oa naueetC .TS.0' open Leavi III.ia.m.femaoola.m. LT Fort 10a.m.II BarraaM-m. ; % ( W. B. WHIGflT>> COmPANY)

,ignalure on box of the I p.m.Ip.m .
-- -- very ginnineLaxative Ip.m
Bromo-QuinineT.biet p.m. : \ ;
: ... >.1. ( Ip.m pm,
Lest x-cumr.
If you wish the very the reed tut rare a cola I.. one day tJX1**..'... ..-.' l-a<.lln..., k r Ip.m. I.m
ice cream freezer at th every I In la I) .. %*alu me'&.,., > u.. 8p.m. Yp.m. : ,

lowest price, the Willis Water coolers that do not s i1--'t: 1 :u."' *....-n...,..'"..Wth 1.Le..t.. .tlM. ........R.r.!.!(.... "eniaoolato fABI on rOB Barraneai Ie.DAY SavjI r2lf
I r7 '*** H "f f '1h-w.t OT 4r. I ..
lard ana retnrp
.a. I. r.ottr.I. '... I
Hardware Co. can pleaseIt waste ice at the Willis T' 1 &1oIW..II.n.rr PtoiaooU U Palmctie Beaca aid _
I I1I0U. -..". .t&p , !II.t!. |u.I.JI..tou......<< .,........... vr-. pl"lIrn.______ !*- '
Hardware Co.'s. -- &01> -. ,'bt......|..< ....!..I r.rvr cO: j -;;- FLA.5' .
"' '-II. "i'" Umtltom ......r. 1-U1LA. I'* No Irelgnt received after S:10". 1>> --


,.,......"' ........ -'-r'_h, ."-_,_ ., _" .
: "-'-'- .

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-\ foil .Art Hnllnrorrrrd. GOLD DUST. FIFTH r

...... --... SUNDAY
.' Phillip* would Lnvc fount - - Don't Use

n-htln,: item for his "Lost "Let the GOLD DUST twins do your work. I

lure, "111. hili' frequently reiiexv ; ELIM ASSOCIATION

..11 fJds mme to him in i

:' of the Wardxvell V '

i-op Is a cxllndiT of WOUnll\\ MEETINCI

i irn au'! the V wind I __ Stimulants

ojiij; 1 actings and uniformity: :
'1 Lt' method was 1m eittd I The fifth Sunday meeting of the
i i Wardxvell In 1S 11. His I I Elim
Association will be held with ,

. ; diM-oxt-red the subject that of the a lawnan Na-. I I1111 | I I the Pleasant Hill Church June 27, to bouy up weak, worn, tired-out stomachs. Spur a tired \

. -" Washington and the I 23 and 29. The program will be as horse-for a moment he bounds forward then drops.
ili.lory museum In New York I! :

uf rord. 111.1 de years ago by j I follows :
li-ra precisely! similar! in ap- i, Just so with a tired stomach. Stimulants force ; I

t-i to were the d"I'llfl'.ll1mlill.\\.ir'l\xell! cops. Hut So j Art you a slays! to housework f JUNE 27TH. it to a brief, unnatural effort. Then it collapses com
jr ruuMMim authorities refuse I\ GOLD DUST : 6 p. m.-Preaching by Kev. J. H. It
needs rest.
pletely. ,
their unwound It is 1me
.e f'fs has done more than anythirr else to emancipate: I McAnallr.
,: to proxe the same wind j jit I II women from the bick-breakine burdens of the the of Kodol
Cure food is
through all the layers and I householl: It ceans: eierythirg about the house- By use Dyspepsia your
pots. pans d.shas. clothes and woodwork. Saves JUNE 28TH.
rra.sou the i'.ili-nt office Las Lme money and worry. I'
digested without the stomach's aid. It builds the body
: a iiteU to Mr. Ward well for Mids: only by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY. 10 a. m.-Called to order by the up

. :"'.nl.Mil. Chicago..! New of York.OVAL: FAIRY Boston.SOAP.A St. .Louis.Make's i I,I chairman; song No. 101 in Gospel while the stomach gains fresh strength. Rest is nature's .

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CATARRH Historian1 Reward hymns ; 95th psalm and prayer by greatest tonic. It soon restores health. It is not necessaryto

t.K.XMNO: On Aj'ril 3. leo. John Stow, tailor Dr. D. C. Bursou.

'111\1: \1.10I : and historian, died. Ills minute and 10:20' a. in.-Calling the roll of diet. That only further weakens the system. Kodol ,

I 4 la: nm can never be overlooked -I
imiuhtaUng: survey
by any one who wishes to know churches and hearing reports from I Dyspepsia Cure will digest any kind of good, wholesome :

: riTA arcam London of the sixteenth century. It each.

containss of fact and detail food you want to eat. Cathartics afford only temporary
11 a. m.-The work of the Holy
and has moreover been described as

Balm L/ the most picturesque of narratit At Spirit in the Churches by Rev. W. I relief.

the IIge (,f eighty years he was given B. Moritz and others.
by J'lmts!' I. as a reward for his many "1 had stomach trouble of four ? ;
i 11 :15 a. m.-Ha*: the church any year
.11, 10( and u.-eful looks and chronicles-a license Made .,
\ .1, standing says Oeo. R. Colbatb Alpena Mich.
t: f to bs: scriptural right by which to governits ,

\ COLD' HEAD "\ have been pleased to grant," member? fly Rev. J. L. Bryars rr> "which was so bad that at times I was forced

l, .".I vUiiuutlon( ii
Itl' Ufstdlf til, ..!. ls" lit 'Ill_tfIjtruH uiuier our great Seal of Lnsland thereby
At last induced to Kodol
was try DyspepsiaJrOOu
"lz'Vie at 1'rugiL? 01 uyM2l authorising him to collect among 1i:30-Recess for dinner.
> 1UC livniltll.AX ; Cure from which I received immediate relief
ii.i: iiTiiii.I i lour lux'ing bultjocts their voluntary contributions I -l1J p. m.-Devotional exercises ,
tu rt u MM*t.Sew Yoi It.Nrf "
and kind gratuities. When 'ed by Jesse Jordan. and a few bottles effected a complete cure.
-- -
- I the license had beeu extended so as to !

.o.. S SXSXNS SXN>< S SXS* S t SN N + avail fur two years. It yielded from a 1 1:55 p. m.-Has a Missionary Bap- ---- i'I'

PUBLICITY FOR slnsl1" London parish the magnificent i I tist church a scriptural right to re-I THE HORSES.
: sum of seven and sixpence. DR. MOFFETT'SrTEETHINC
1 tain members in full fellowship who ,
John Stow's monument Is a pleasing! ,
THE PEOPLE. is booked to Baron
Plilcy, 2:054: ,
work In terra cotta on the wall of St. oppose supporting mission work?
I Dillon. 2.12. .
Andrew's under haft The fire of Lon :
I By Rev. A. S. J. Countryman.
: er\ Word Costs You a Cent, < don that destroyed so much spared the The pacer Frank Bogash 2:031))1, has I

and Kxery Word is Head effigy of London's chronicler so that I 3 p. m.-Has the church the right been tried and found wanting.

By E\er>boJy.MONKV the posterity for which he labored !, to retain members who buy, sell, I Emily 2:11. by Prince Regent, :2:1G1::: ( POWDERS?)
has a bay colt by Prodigal: 2:16.:
London News.
. ', might photograph it-
=- I woik and ride on trains on the Bab-
BLACC punas..Ark. 18,19ULHer.
.t: I Tins Eckers has Coney. 2:02: In training iwpL
TOM LIN1) Corference.write ) "Encloxd! find IItH.n .for which plrtw null M
H.I I .J.W.Berry of ArlttDiu' Methodist *:
.. .. -. .._.._----- How to Avoid Trouble. bath? By Revs. J. L. Bryars J. i at the Empire City (X. Y.) track. twopacull8'of""TEETH1N We wander how we hare raaae4 children without it. The other day a lady ID Mi*>
I : : K)3n ent us a paelcue and it came at a most opportune time;our babe"in a itrioui T' LII.\S-On bous..bold farnl- Now is the time to provide McAnally, B. H Skinner, I. Spence Minnie Hunter dam of Dorothea J., been in bal condition for days and nothing that we Rare did any good; the second data of ''TEETHIM (raw
1 r..... cnm and all ; und of p.. your-I ,.I 2:12: !. is In foal to Rustam son of Az- r'rfert relief and he has bad no Iiuther trouble. Otter member of the family bare \l5e41& and every doss U**
1. ..v T"rmta.y Wtrlcte t -elf and family: with a bottle ofChamberlain' J. L. Taylor A. M. Lowery, J. E. bcea a perfect success.
.. ..ii.r<>J. Apply to A.A.'lsh..r. mon, 2:20VSwanhllJ-. ---. -- --
.....,' .1 trrrt. Colic, Cholera and Holley, A. 8. J. Countryman, J. T.I TABLE.
Diarrhoea Remedy. It is almost dam of Moody

:Mon I improved n>M es- certain to be needed before the summer Fillingim; J. W. Day and others. 2:12'i::: Las been bred to Todd son of

M '" .. uriinall amounts at low is over, and if procured now I 5 p. m.-Adjourn. Dincc-n, 2:124.Ileslierus LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
Cullon I.-ili. 1-:. Krooks
A' .gw." .1 I i'alarui" Hi. t'isbertliulm may ave you a trip to town in the ; 7:45 m.- and service 2:11: =%, by Simmons, 2.2S, EFFECT IECEMBER1.15O1 -
night or in your buiet season. It p. prayer will!! be in the stable of 11. J. Jamison

is everywhere admitted to be the ,. led by L. C. Bowman.: again this year. New Orleans and Mobile.

'\1 h. i ..T a-1)A\ -any l>o you amount ntfd you money,'anti ? most bowel successful complaint medicine*, both for in children u'efor I S p. m.-Hearing reports of our : J. S. fcxvarts of Win ham. Ont., who 00.8. :0.0... .' So.!. ; No.!. I No.1. No.1.

Hii'l Ion. the Harold II. 2:04 7:15: a 12:15 m' 1I:()) p Leave...... PenucolaArrlve 6:00 a .:1-1 p VOO p
rates was
tcrmi ** owns
i > .. ibi...uabvon: .mprotxd city real and family can mi5 ionarr, Rev. J. W. Day ; and I I:511 a :2ip 1:02.. Ltoa\'e..... Jo'Jomaton.._. Leave 2\:.') a. :!:so p 7:23p ,
ft. ( Mm rikber. :tvt' Houth r/ftla- be without it. For ?ale by all drug- recently offered ?SOuO for him. 11:001: a 4::!:! p I 2i: .') a I.ea\'e. ..... Mobile ....Leave 12:81ln't' 12:15: n 6ot p
:"IU i latfi ghts and medicine dealers.I'yny.Iai.atit I discussion by all. Clay. 2:2the: Eire of twelve 2:2' per. .....-.-._ 11:211'I T:5.i a Leave _.N"' Orle"n8... Leave 11:1.1 p 7:25 a .

9 p. m.Adjourn.JUNE formers has been purchased by "i WANT TO BORROW MO.NKYmoney. I
1 .' Iniure your property pro- IU'U"rr"IUlhL-\wa)' M. Stevens of Lancaster N. II. He will
-t riw-tiaf titlo. buy or ...U real ea- ud nukes a greedy mil btcoiuhs. and told: [ 29TH. remain In Kentucky for the present !. So. 4. So. 1 No. 5.1IUp .
.. ----- -- I .... .... I
pri>p rty of any description haves m I. 12l5p: : m Leave Pen aoola .Arrlve :no p m 5ooatn
i.'ct'- a, ,i- ".1<1r...* Tbos C. '.\'&tofl A Co. GolfHen n Queer Lot. 9 a. in.-Hong and prayer serviceled I Is to 11:511 am 1/:0'1 pm Arrlve.. Birmingham ..L..ave tIl\i: am'I .:06 p III
I lilt) (.and Insurance agents. Pensa- "I remember" says a brake nan': II. Coleman trying arrange 7:05pm : 3:10. m ArrlveNasbvllle .....Leave ._m...._. _.. _
a. K.a riiargi-t ni'jderat To everyone by D. M. Merritt. a special: race for the pacers 2IIIJ a m 1. $IJ a m Arrive Loolavllle _Leave 11:15 p m 2:45 a III
from .-Illiend Quoted by the Philadelphia liecord I 7'Oam 11:511 a m Arrtve..ClnclnnatlLeave 8OOpm 11:15
> < a lot a* we money: Prince Alert 2:00: %, aud Anaconda, Pili
a .'b to build a boue. >)dtfI "when 1 was a boy and one of the fellows i 9:3 a. in.-Is the church respon- :20am I 1JplU Arrive..Mt.Loul..Leave :13pm 1I:55pIII_ 1
I 2:01)4. to take place during the SyracuSe -
would pet a new l.a. t'lJall bat sible for the Sunday school? By J'I PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.
'' state fair.
I.UI.. .. .. TIO. ........ ... ... bow we xx-ould all want to take hold of
-- A. Godwin and others. !
SO. :l1-VaIl1 No.8-Dally I No stop where time not shown So 5-Daily No. fl-Daily ,
I -s HKVTKICK WIUTK wilt continuei It, balance it critically, swing It ut an i
"i tutu elocution trough the SUIH- imaginary ball and give wise opinions lu:2i a. m.-Who should first enlist THE FASHIONS. iiT55 pm 7:001 a m Leave _.._ Pensacol"Arrlve 10:50 pm 6:3Ipm
.nibtin t boo. -un.liiy ncbool room of 1215 night 713" to .___. Bohemia_ IOST" 8O "
\<-r.alit rburcb av 'tfii by Mini as to its merits.VCII, these golf players in the {Sunday school work? By E. 'I l2: O"' 11"; ....... Yniestra_ 10:8. II 8:01 II
i W'ntr, "hr) IIM rt-cently returned are much the same way only they The newest millinery combination is Ui":: 1:1'1: ._..tscambla.._ 10:3t" 6:117"
.. iiool. In ron""CllonIlb tb. elo H. Adkisson, U. H. Grimlar and 12:15":: 7-: ) ._ Molat __ 10:23 II 6:43.
.'. '...\ will, teacb a suinnier school. are groxx men. and some of them pretj j i i I Ii of dark blue and bright green. 12:59 7t II It ... ..oo._ Harp _. .._oo 10:21" 11:40'
U Mon. >l > .lurxjt$ 1b'h&\.lio ty well along In years too. They generally -: others. I An applique of white pique In a U:50I" 7:3. II ..._.._..6lt City_ 10:15" 1I7"I
t'i! C ,. rvic of 4 u.s Kmma Owens !:&I" 1W ........._ Milton... ._ 10:10 II 11:10":
*.' >.J artj.t, *bo w.ll gi\'" lexons in get together up in the baggage : The speakers will be limited to ten large: scroll design trims the front of l:$) a m ._.. It _...Good Range ._ __.. 455: "
'. II/ aol p..nm.nbIP to their reitular car, and such a line of talk you never stylish shirt waists of white madras. 1:1) 8:15 ...... .._ bits .... IIM" .:!\II"
'* Not-itrn l'hJU !>''. l''jiw I minutes each. 2-I1" 5:5: ) to ...._ II1IIKan ....__ 11:20 II .;11.1
heard anywhere else outside a lunatic !I A white ostrich boa flecked at regular 2; J" 8:1\1 II ......oo.Crestvlew.._ VIII" .:00"
Ito.MtlA >TIII>. asjluni. Hut when one of them produces I I II :21) a. ro.MissionarySermon! by Intervals with cross stripes of 8:0' 8:51: It ...._.Deer Land 8M" ISt"
.. ., -- I I 823"; III''} ._ :'ofol8111ead SM 8:11\ "
a new stick It always reminds; Kev. B. H. !Skinner of Atmore. bright preen Is one of the pretty thingsto .,03" 1I\.i' ..1t'uniakSprlngL. II 8li II 2i5 "
\ \, |II I l I. Tablv board by 11YOlJnlt II I II ._._._ "
*\ location pretrr- me of the old days and the baseball be worn with a green aud white :1'1" V:44 Argyle 7:" 2:81"
.1I"IU..n. Central I 12:20 m.-Collection for mission It .__._ "
:1'1' 8:61' Ponce de Leoll.- 7II"
p. : 2:11"
> t. -.., ,t( tinii t< rraj and location' bat. Each man takes it in turn strikes evening bat.Handsome. 11(0) 1.:10 I It .. .Welt..llle .__ II 7:17" 1:55"
lire flir St u'.. 'fjJtM attitude as though there was a golf :I ;. j I material for the woman 11:0'1": lo.n' U ._ ..... Caryvllle.._ II 7:15 ltIe: II
I 11.3-1 to 10$1' It ._HooUar: _.._._ 8M" I 1:2T II
I'on.1...);. ball on the floor of the car and swings ,: 12:30 p. m.-Recess for dinner. I who wishes to dress richly in black 8:1)) II 10t1.. .......... Ihipley .. ._ It 8ST" 1i4 ..
at it with all his,: they are ;, I, are the fine embroidered India ":8lI" 11:107" ii ... ...Cottondale...._ II ';1'1" I le: I noon
----carload- of 2:::u p. m.-Song, "How Firm a I crapes 110"I : It .........Marlanna ....._. 8:110" : UU .1
ti i '\\.s-i Kill have a .'; 10t'ry serious about it and so terribly with small figures coming them al- 1:10): \1.5": .n ._ Cypress .... ._ II : >1" ''lIa5 a m7SG
r-ft W..III.\" at Atheni.Julv Ala..5.nn>l all in earnest! I tell you. they are a queer Jo'oundatioD."by the choir and prayer I moFt solidly. ( \IIi! to .....Uralld Ridge_ It.. 11: i"
rtetr-ritl of bem 1M" 1\l1I noon .... .... neads ___ II 1I: l" 10\o! ) .
a \ are lot. 1
., : N> .. \ Iti- MOT* can tie I by T. W. Ficklin. I II The new summer blouses are in the 8:1 U:13 -\rrl'ePI'erJQuctlonL an 11:10" I 10:10: II

-. ii.o.i Eat: H ill. Will usual fashion slightly full and droopIng -
I 2:30 Rev. J.
1 p. m.-Preaching by -- -
iljlw An IriKriiloni Prmrnt. ,
: just In front clow and wry shapely

I. -M.K-Tbe tuoit desirable lots in A very ingenious wedding present'; W. Day. under the arms but decorated all =GOLA= I i CHOICESTOF

I ty on easy terru by the FIsher has been received by a French bride !1 3:20 p. m.-Adjourn. I II the ornate nnd beautiful ways that
p ,tat. Agency, :! alm i
I ,
geographer. The present is a silver 7:45 p.m.-Prayer service U. H.I

l'.ir ttfiu- sugar. globe bowl, the in upper the design hemisphere of a terrestrial forming :I i i Grimlar. :' delicate Fashionable silks color mulls combinations trimmings and for I 19. F. GONZflLEZ 4 CO., Prop i, f FRUITS AND CONFECTIONERY f[ [ f fAT

I t. I 1\\ furnished rooms atrpruu :1 S: p. m.-Preaching; by Rev. J.V.. fashionable millinery will be white I Maantactcrers
The of the earth
.. .. the coxer. map i I and black and white and
itr vt. alit green, cream CHOICE MEAL ASD Pl'ltE GROUND -
has been elaborately engraved on the I Day. I
--- I
I and and
pink. rose gold pink green, STOCK FEED.
II. Ii \\.tOL..I-\I..h. (outside mid the route taken by the b:50 m.-Adjourn by singing and ; C.
I p. pale blue and ecru and \iolet re Patronize Home Indastry. for there li APOSTLE'S
_._--- newly! wedded pair is indicated Uy a I every reason you should bay your Meal and I ,
"God be with You Till We Meet
VV Mrn to l-nrn barber trade; Stock reed from the Home Manufacturer,
line of lapis lazuli the names of the i
,ii chance offered now by short I II for by: io doing you: encourage home Indai- ;14 East Government St.
,:'. "...Ihod, .-ubt weeks re- towns at which a stay was made being again. I II I try. Your money Is left la the communityand ,
.. Chronic bronchial trouble and
1\ practice, expert instrnc- In torn are Indirectly benefited.i
,"' ". i.. .t.M.u. pr.entetI 1I'a'l'l; H"ti Inserted in enamel. I Benediction by Rev. J. L. Bryars. ., ;summer coughs can be quickly relieved -I i In fostering the borne manufacturer you Formerly Cordova Restaurant Stand
'S ,im run teed.Vntetoday.. contribute to the cause of labor. You ow I
V I- . s-.. N,-" I>orleana.". A cordial invitation Is extended to and cared by Foley's Honey j to tbeoommnnlty: which yon live ana One: car-load of Pineapples at 11.75
Suspended; Mtnlit- I'lanU. and Tar. W. A. D'Alemberte 121 lit
J21tfv I I contribute to TOUT inpport i to $2.00 per dozen.
A Oman chemist has prepared a all to atteuJ this meeting.D.M.MEBRlT. !I S. Palafox. :1

\\' 4.,'"1 ': 'innii-Moii-. io.i to solicitor right: one.will pay Ad- Cuid that has the poxxer when injectedinto : -.

h a.<- 1Uiumcn.. mitt the tissues of a plant near its I II
P. M. I'BITCHETI Chairman. i I
iI GO TO-fc ,
\\ A>TII>. 1 roots. of amvsthetizing the plant. As a I **

........ 1 I result of this injection the plant does Secretary.; \
\ '1\' young men from K-- I I.
nut die. but
\\ stops growing, maintainingI .
*1 S .nty at once to prrpar for
.n 'r, MTnmrnl Merxlci Ap. I Its fresh green appearance though its want to'!i
r 1'>1":. .rre.. ln.t.. Cedar Rap.I RN you
xitality is apparently susicnded.I well Hgain |
lij 1m' I I Changes in temperature\ seem in no ii OS"EJTER'S yon a better cannot medicine take'- '! F. E. BRAWNER'S.I

i\, "w \'>" Thi I') a w.lluu IVyear-: to affect the foliage, for the plant I I than the '
l boy \ lI.I'I1 him at .No Pat Bitters. I Us the I
ICQ street illtf I blooms in the open\ as xxell us in the bust health restorer I
\\ nU-AIi- klnai-- -ot- -.mptr: boer- i most carefully constructed hothouse. .pienfA.known And Till",to n : -For Seven Days we will Offer the Following Prices:-@ 1
1 1 bottlri. H.A.FKIBDMAH. norstf
1oc4 cureHeadache ;
... ---- Ollir Oil.

..ti.t.flt.. -"- -''"1'.1.......,..- A puzzling question: has bn asked I ""'.'.... ...., ,I 20 doz Men's French Neck, drop2tJO Pair Men's New Orleans Sewed You should look at our line of di I

\'\I N t t>-.Tru,t. orthv person in each. frequently and does not appear\ to have i ; 'i.;, i; Nervousness, i stiched, undershirts for 2jc ; drawers or Cable Screwed:: Shoes, for this sale, Ladies' High and Low Cut Shoes.
ty to manage. bUalDl'01.1 e'tahuit )' match. solid leather. We can save
to $1.20 you
; money.
been\answered It is this t'
nolid nnancml siandinit: convincingly. : [ Hatulency
hona fide weekly cab salary Jls I :) doz Men's Striped Lace 1,000 yards Lawn fast colored
"Why does: olive oil cost so much in 2 Fancy! 175 Pairs Men's Hand Sewed Vic! ,
.ck Cacti Wedneiday.wlth all n- Indigestion *'* Finished worth 8'g'c to close at 6c
and PI It.1SIlk! Balbrigan ,
: yard.
reel from beaduarter.; money this country? California has olive I Kid Shoes in four different shape 1
'> 1 fart-ipentes. Manager, 87a rax Malaria, fever Undershirts at 43c each; drawers to COO X-Bar Muslin 7c 'i
orchards which rival the best of those I STOMACH I toes; regular ?4, for this sale ?2.9o; a regular

.tIDi.lIca: ..--- JTa&mlwitLK -- 1. Italy Spain and France. The demand and Ague match. pair. goods; to close at 4)2'c yard. :I ,
- -- BITTERSPROFESSIONAL ;I 10 doz Men X-Bar Undershirts
: 1c.joyards Unbleached Domestic ;
l'OU 1.'l'UY. in the United States for choice 1
- - --- Try It. I II worth 50cr for 10:; drawers to match. I have bought the full line of Levyto close at 4'gC.! '
olive oil is constant and large. Why is
OMB KROWN LEUHORNS I I 25 doz Men's Scriven Patent seam Pou Co. boys' shoes that I will close I 000 yards Best Check Gingham
u..lytock. !\ and Eggs for sale. It that the price is still so high? Why I
out at cost.
.' order at Willis HardwareCo's. IWtflIAllt cannot California furnish all that Is CARDS. I I side drawers, worth 65c, for this sale fast colored. regular 7c goods, forthissiIeSc. ,' '

(GU. asked for 3c. 125 pair Boys' Easy Walkers regular ;
1-- I I 23: doz Boys Extra Size Pants, 12 to 5oc goods, to close at 3oc pair. 10 pieces White and Red Table

SIRs. SARAH HEIKVKManaractarerad : Whooping Cough. W. C. ROWE, M. D. I 117 years, worth II a pair, for this sale Linen, regular 40c goods to close at .
LVI dealer! IB Hair lioodi Hati Toilet |I II. !! oOc. 75 pair Men's Low-Cut Patent 25c yard. No one over 6 yards.
i I..., 11 aIr 011,etc.,1t.1I W. UorernmentI My little son had an attack of Office: ITS' S. PaUfoz.Hoars I I
I ....t I IIL.ssrN cough and threatened We carry a fall line of Boys' Wash Leather Shoes we have been selling 30 pieces! Medicated 24-inch Cotton

whooping with pneumonia; but was for Chamberlain's -- I I from 8 to 9:10 a. m. and 1 to S p. m Pants. Call and see them. at $2.O pair, to close at $1.75 pair. Diaper worth 85c, for this sale 60c.
I.'or 1.'unerull1t.
I and after o'clock I. _
Cough Remedy we would
L't' WFK.s FOR FUNERALS: furnisnedL have a serious time of it. It also I :Phono CO.

:>. ,. ;Molette)trptl, in Moreno.bouquet:or special Wen Gregory deilgni ,I saved> him from several attacks of I This Sale will Positively Not Run Longer Than Seven Days.

:1.. I>. gadlm croup.-H. J. STRICKFADEN editor M M ...
World-Herald Fair Haven. Wash. PARKER'S
c..u.r J.o'LO'VEH sale all and medi- HAIRBALSAM I Remember the F. E. Brawner's Candidate for
.......- For by druggists CIeDe. and bcwtifie the !..j&IIllI1 place, County Treasurerj
T FLOWERS and Floral LeslgnsWpecial cine dealers.I Pramou* a Iuur..., growth.B .
designs ordered for customers, .Yel' TalU to Bntor Gray I

>as Viol ll. Moreno KB Wen Gregory.a I Know One Sure Ketncdy Hair:to lp iU=Youthful k 1Wr Color.taag. I I .j!=sgl05 SOUTH PAIAFOX STREET.=gg<@!
< 2 dim !I In u oto&au cold.. IU uae 1 b ftai-BaUa Thjj I

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j., .:.: Marvelous Escape from WEEKLY SHOOT FALLING UStro ae est t in t the'\\Torld"\\

\ Politics andPoliticians. ) Death DIXIE CUN CLUBSome The 421 Annual Statement for Tear

Ending; December 3Ut win of
KBltrMl at the Poet Office at Pensacola -- HAIR
.-sa., iecond-clk matter. 4 fine scores were made by the

; Off ICE --tttt'i Building, aiJi) South t. g gCool PAINE'S CELERY marksmen of the Dixie Gun Club yesterday 1 THE[ [EQUITABLE l[ @

l'alaJos street all-Italn. afternoon, but J. M. Muldon,

who has held the lead for a number of

! Iff THE NEWS PUBUSHINC CO. b ]k '; COMPOUND weeks, made a good record for himself I LIFE[ ASSURANCE[ ijtlHt

calm, unruffled, firm, confident breaking 47 blue rocks out of a ,

n Term: Invariably in Advance. I I and courteous to their oppo- possible 50, and won the badge. He Assets .... ..... ... . .f33lj)3)
.. ..... Does a Wondrous Work for a rj'Q
; On Year by Mall -$5 W' was closely followed by B. Forbes, I) Reserve! and other Liabil

i BliUontbt ,. ... .. ... 00 nents stand the Democratic League'ho Was Almost who scored 46 out of a possible 50. j I ities... .. . . 259,813)
On Carrlt.rl'ayable Monday 10 warriors-sure of victory. The

f I' MyersCoston forces practically admit Crazed with Pain I A large number of members were .: a I Surplus (from which Dividends ----- -
in the shoot j
Advertising Rates Furnished oa tfpli<*1ion present and participated ) are paidHU1, : ,
their defeat by their actions. and Suffering.It I preparing for the big tournament I j C -- tll;

! TELEPHONE NO. III. Conservative, unbiased voters can terrible which will be given by the club on Paid to Policy-holders! in
is well known 1901... .. .. .. ... .. .$ 27..t.b.i
:. I,! compare the methods of the two rheumatism, sciatica and neuralgiacause July 17 and 18. The scores were as
suffering New Insurance in 1901. .' 2458.
! s more helplessness, acute : *7
I. forces for themselves. It needs no and agony, than any of the Total Insurance in force

; ;!(IAN LA ELS sightseer to say bow they will vote. other diseases! that afflict humanity. Badge Shoot-50 Birds. ,I Ja. __ Dec. 31, 1901... ..... fl.179 .TB
The great medicinal virtues(f.line'8 J. M. Muldon . . . . . 47j 4- 7.3
i It' Celery Compound make it the only Forbes . . . . . . 46 ,; Save Your Hair with I Notwithstanding the greater fiuaa.!
i What now does Hon. John S. trustworthy specific for the cure of V. J. Vidal . . . . . 43'' cial strength of the Society anti the

t PBSSAOOLA, JUNE 27, 1902. Beard think of the Union Democratic all forms of rheumatism and neural- Wm. Yates . . . . . 43 ;: 1 greater security which its pohcv-
1j : gia. Thousands of strong testimo- W. K. Robinson . 4" . . 41 Shampoos ofCkLtklL holders thereby enjoy, the RATES:
j i Club--the club which, at its Initial I uial letters from the most prominent G. '\'. Turton . . . . . 38 ; are LOW and GUARANTEES Grt:
Pruui' interest in the case of meeting induced him to make a I{ people of the land, prove that Paine's Geo. T. Morgan . . . . 38 t ter than given by otherKXOWLES compatue'i

Major Ilathbone is now centered in Celery Compound banished these M. A. Dubuisson . . . . 39
i peculation as to what additional speech attacking the Democratic ,, terribly fatal troubles when all other F. E. Brawner . . . . 32 tI
t honors are intended for him by his League because it did not endorse treatment has failed. Mrs. Margaret J.V.. Bullard . . . . . 35 I I BROS.,
Bethel, of Brainerd, Minn., after S. Moreno . . . . . 25
J friend Hanna. II him, leading him to believe they thirty years of agonizing tortures ,I iJno. A, Merritt . . . . 39 General Agents

were with him and so deceiving him ,, had a desire to end her life, if it was I JC Kupfrian . . . . . 33
I..ul'Joi\"II.U; school patrons recently I the will of Heaven ; she almost SOAP 309 8. Palafox St.. PENSAl .; .'\
! that his law partner and political I At 25 Birds. -,
encountered an experience :i prayed for the time to lay it down.
similar to that which occurred in lieutenant became a member of the Heaven-directed, she made use of B. Forbes . . . . . . 22
'. Paine's Celery Compound, and is enjoying V. J. Vidal . . . . . 22
Pensacola last year. A teacher attempted club Mr. Beard and Mr. Laird believed true life once more. She G. \\'. Turton . . . . . 20 And light dressings of CCTICURA 'FISH CHOWDER

t to compel pupils to sing I the club would endorse Mr. says;- ''Wm. Yates . . . . . 20 :j OINTMENT: purest of emollient kin
t 1 "Marching Through Georgia," and "For thiity years I have been a I i\\'. K. Robinson . . . . 22 ,; (cure. This treatment at once stops
l one bolder than the other*, openly I I Beard and they so continued to believe great sufferer from neuralgia in the I IP T. Morgan . . . . . 201 I falling hair, r"moW''ru.t.' ., scale: ., BY THE SEA SHORE

refu-iui to obey. The controversy until Wednesday night, when head, aud also with rheumatism in ,'J. M.Muldon . . . . . 21 ; amiilanJrul!', Clothes irritated, itching
l rebelled : 1 the whole body. I began taking F E. Brawner . . . . . 16 ;: surfaces, stimulates the hair follicle: I
F i i.; now in the hands of the ;,] the club endorsed Mr. Myers and i i Paine's Celery Compound and soon J. W. Bullard . . . . . K supplies the roots with energy and I At the Santa Rosa Surf Be,

t school bard and public interest i it is wouldn't even let Mr. Laird speak found I was much better. Before :, Moreno . . . . . .10 i, nouri'hment, and utakesthe: hair
greatly excited in expectation of the I taking the Compound, my life was jj. A. :Merrill . . . . . 20 grow :i establishment, the noted i'
on a motion. That, too, was a remarkable : such" a burden that I almost prayed i C. Kupfrian: . . . . . 22 UJMIU a sweet wholesome, healthy Frank Maura will
result. i scalp, when all else fails. give .Ut i j i to lay it down. I was bedfast
in every j I
t many respects j I At 15 Birds.
1 !
two with horrible pain in the cE'lebrated'fi-h cho J('r- Sunday
Is this age of electricity the average :i i Mr. Laird was there. Ask him to head, back, and neck, until I was; B. ForbPS . . . . . . 15iiV : Complete Treatment I! -very -
citizen, lacking even a smatter- tell about it. It is a breezy i 1 almost crazed. I am able to do J. Vidal . .. . . . . 13; at 5 o'clock p. m. -'," ru -. .,
you ''G. Turton . . . . . 13 For .
knowledge the subject, unconsciously harder work and more of it today W. Every Humour, $1, roDtifttnp of ('t T. shore beach. The -teanii-r i h
Ingof story. than for twenty-five years. I am I IWm. Yates . . . . . 12 KI K,i. >D*!'(J.-*'.),t cle.tUMthe rkui ot
encounters danger, if really enjoying life again, thanks to K. Robinson . . . . 14 CCTICcBAgJTM.r ami: wales all.loolI1I(5i.j the thirktnc-l, to liii-uiitly\ i-utn-lc; prise will leave Palafox wi II'! 1;

not death at almost every step. The I Parliamentary rules didn't with Paine's Celery Compound. I amI I'I'W. T. :Morgan . . . . . 9i I Itcliiii).', intlainmatiun and irritation,3.I'I aiid 2:30: p. m. every !Sunday. uu-"
latest illustration of this condition is I go I satisfied that my life has been pro W. Bullard . . . . . 91 I, B PILLS"the and heal; and (t't'TK KA lit"vii.VLM.
(:lric.j, to cool and i-lvaiiM the Mwl.ClTIUKA
that of a woman in a New Yerk ,' President rjennott:; of the Union longed many years by its use." 1\1. A. Dubuisson . . . . 11 Kb oIIL\ E-.r PILL: (' | Happy lime in Old TUUIIi
I :'01.Iul.lon . . . . . 14 I (
told are ,
club and he Mr. Lairdhe ) a ute iHlure! "
who plainly --- ---- -- lIt'W. *s CeO- felt
town was walking through her I I''. E. Brawner . . . . 9 I uiiiuii-alRulntilutefnr the I'tlelrraied liquid j "We very happy writi.i i.i i.
llU,balld'o! store, carrying a pan of could not speak unless he spoke \'NOW IT IS ADUNHAM Ie. Kupfrian . . . . . 9 I Cuiietcc1ti'L1ENTaewellaeforallth.rbl ] i \ Bevill Old Town. Va.. "w
cherries: wheu she"stopped and raised : in favor of Mr. Myers. The club At 10 Birds. I I !'.M| purifiers and humour curen. In*. I Bucklen's Arnica HalveV'.' ..\
t I tap uU,containing 14): dot-ft, )>ru'e :J.V.
i her hand to turn on an electric lamp, : was organized to endorse Mr. Myers, 'In. Forbes . . . . . 9llv. Sold thnrai>out the world Bnlih Drpol: 3I ?-'!It, | cured our daughter of a bad cu- ,<
and to steady herself is supposedto I i CLUB I J. Vidal . . . . . 10 I Yet Ch.rte.h.ueeey..Loodoe.' '..... fvini i>mu Irrocb AHU CUll Iirjiot Cuae-yrop.Hu.4e Ia. : scald head." It delights all w
have rested the pan against ani despite the protests of members, and I I f G W. Tartan . . . . . 8Wm. I { use it for Cuts, Corns, Bruises .

iron railing about the counter. The. the president was evidently so --- ', Yates . . . . . 71 1-- cers, Eruptions.: Infallible for Pn--
W. K. Robinson . . . . 10 : MYERSFRIEND( j
k light current was accidentally afraid the plan would miscarry hewouldn't A large number of the friends ofMr. 1 IG. T. Morgan . . . . . 84J. FRED |!; Only 2oc. at W. A. D'Alembert. ..

grounded and she received a shockof let the members listen to W. A. Dunham held a powwowat M. Muldon . . . . . 91 I I OF THE BEEF TRUST,I drug store_ 121_ _south_ __ _Palafox._____
1K> ,volts causing instant death. IJV.. Bullard . . . . . 9 '
I what Mr. Laird had to say. Presi- the store of John Maloney, in precinct C. Kupfrian . . . . . 7 ,, ,I Grass Shears that will cut

BKTWEEX Island: Ib&>, at Alton, dent tiennott cannot expect the 15, last night and did what lay I Total Scores. i I j i I Senate Bill No. 18: A Bill to be close, at the Willis Hani-

Illinois, the famous anti-slavery i members of his club to stand by an I in their power to boost the candidacy -' B. Forbes. shot at 100. broke. . 92':' entitled "An Act to prohibit arrange ware Co's.
I 'IV. Vidal shot at K'O' broke. 90
of J. ,
printing press Elijah, father of
endorsement made in such a mau- offr.. Dunham as the execu ments, contracts, agreements, trusts ,' -
Owen Love I W. Turton. shot at 100, broke. 79
p : joy was destroyed IG FRANK
and certain other
: combinations, HOUSE
1 ner. tive committeeman from that pre. m. Yates shot at 100. broke . 82 ,
by mobs, and while I"
settIng it up I cinct. W. K. Robinson shot at 100 broke 87 : acts or things intended to or tending _

for the fourth time the owner was The Democratic League speakerswill G. T. :Morgan shot at 100 broke. 75.;i to prevent, hinder or obstruct the law. ': Deep water sea bathing, night or
again attacked, and killed. Less The permanency of the club was J.1.. Muldon.'shot at 100, broke. 91 ful sale of Florida fed beef, or other day, for white people only. Special
than sixty-five years later a mob address the people at Bluff assured by the selection of John P. J. W. Bullard shot at 100 broke. 68 compartment for ladies, with lady at
drives peaceable and law-abiding I I Springs tonight, Muscogee to- C. Kupfrian. shot at 100. broke .77 ,! beef, meat, or cattle or other edible tendant. Neatest, best and cleane"
t Moungey as president and James T. j 1\1. A. Dubuisson. shot at C3: broke ;57 animal in this state or tendingto bath house in the city. Bath;
negroes from the town of Carbondale !! morrow eight and at Myrtle Grove Scarritt Moreno.shot at 7. broke. 3J': cents.; FRANK SNIARI
j Clarke secretary. The club then[ I monopolize the sale of or the price
less than a hundred miles from I I next Tuesday night. [IF. E. Brawner. shot at 9n>. broke. 57 thereof Cor. Cevallos and Zirragoa ht>
Alton destroying their schools and I got right down to business. (i John Merritt. shot at 75, broke. 57 ,
I I Referred to the Judiciary committeeof
churches, simply because negroes'' i Speeches in advocacy of Mr. Dun- Team Shoot-Muldon's Team. :
Next Thursday night there will I, which Mr. Myers chairman.
are"not wanted" in that community. !I ham and upon the leading cam- J. :\Muldon . . . . 21 was Gas fl. Soderlind
The difference between thee events !I be a grand rally at the opera house ,1 j i W. J. Vidal . . . . . 22 (Page 61.) :
is that the anti.Lovejowobs !'and[ Hon. Wm. B. Lamar will be paign questions were heard from the> i C. Kupfrian . . . . . 22 Judiciary Committee after careful ...THE TAILOR
were I I candidate himself, Ben Barclay, JJ. A. Merritt . . . . . .20 examination, returns Senate Bill No. .| ,...
composed of pro-slavery people i here to address the voters. Democrats Scarritt Moreno . . . . 101' .1 UK
while the Carbondale mob consisted 'I from other town in the district Frank Wilde, Judge Ilonifay, Jas. I W. K. Robinson . . . . 22 18, without recommendation. (Page WEST GOVEUNMKNT ST

almost wholly of republican- j i| Clark and others. Everything went t I 103.) j i Will for the next 30 days make *u> -
,j I who wish to attend this rallyjean ; Total . . . . . 117 On passage of Senate Bill No. 18, at 25 per cent less than regi:..->
IN reviewing "The Leopard's !!! buy round trip tickets for one I off smoothly-nobody disagreed and Forbes's Team. 'I Mr. Myers voted NO. (Page 312,) price: :

Spots," Thomas Dixon's book, a writer i i and one-third fare. very soon after the oratory the at- B. Forbes . . . . . . 22. (Senate Journal, 18971. 1|11Iylog"ying Men's Indies'Huns Bum II.''I I. ,

in the Macon Telegraph says: i i tendants betook themselves away. \Vm. Yates . . . . . 20'' i Men I Hulls !steam Cleaned i
"The treaty England has I I G. W. Turton . . . . . 20 i, Lad I!','Hulls Mteani Cleaned 75c :, sMeu's
given to The closing rally of the campaigni ;I An opportunity to enroll on the !Geo Morgan . . . . 20 SUMMER NORMAL SCHOOL Tousen Meain Cleaned
the Boers is in terrible contrast to' i' be on the night before the i iclub'tt membership list is said to F. K.' Brawner . . . . 16 Hint: Now is the time to .tv .'
what wa done, after surrender, for I J. W. Bollard . . . . . 151; i i FOR WEST your winter Clothing put in 1\" '
the t-outh.: That English trl'atyof primary, July 14, and on this occasion have been taken advantage of by FLORIDAThe !shape. This offer is" for thirty da-. ,

peace i is wonderful magnanimity. Senator Mallory, General I over half a hundred people. Total . . . . . . 113 only. Mention you saw the adv '
'''tisement in THE nAILX*:
Successive will be I
meetings held ,
: --- -- -
No war tax universal amnesty, no i i Lamar and other prominent "speakers hake Into Your ShoreAllen's Bummer Normal School for i otherwise the regular price will .''
from time to time at different placesin i I West Florida established by author
disfranchisement the laud no bureau to loot; i have been invited to address the the precinct and upon call of the Foot-Ease, a powder. It ity of Hon. W. N. nheats, State Superintendent charged.

no turning over the government people. president. I! cures painful, smarting, nervous feet of Public Instruction at
to un alien race ; but in- I ':and ingrowing: nails, and instantly Pensacola, Fla., will open on July
stead, generous effort to repair the I! ,I in India. I takes the sting out of corns and bun- 14th and continue for a period of six 134 134 134 134 134 ;
desolation of The case of Lamar vs. Myers and Filthy Temple |1! ions. It's the-greatest comfort discovery weeks. ', .....-..-....f.>._'oC.-E. _:.. ..
war ; fifteen millions Loftin & Clopton v". Coston & Fil- Sacred cows often defile Indian of the age. Allen's Foot- This school is organized for the -s-|
of dollars .
set apart for the rebuildingof temple, but worse yet is a body I Ease makes tight or new shoes feel benefit of teachers, and those intending 134 f 134
ruined homes. No second inva-1, lingim have been made up, testimony i, that's poluted by constipation. I easy. It i is a certain cure for sweating to become teachers and all Anders n's Telephone( .

elon. No Thad Stevens to be al- I has been heard, arguments are 1'.I Don't permit it. Cleanse your system I callous and hot, tired, aching who are sixteen years of age are
lowed with Dr. King's New Life Pills !ifeet.I Try it to-tl to destroy" the laud with upheaval now being made and the cases will 'and avoid untold mUery. They!'druggists" and "shoe stores. Don't will have departments for whites! TR\'lT'. .
4 measures" more disastrous !i go to that great jury-the people-I give lively livers, active bowels i, accept any substitute. By mail for and colored conducted, of course, in tjr y.-r-:; -
than war itself. The contract must I good digestion tine appetite. Only 25c. instatnpi. Trial package FREE separate buildings.: ;'134 i 134 134 134 134

bring a blush of shame and everlasting July 1", when their decision will be 25 cents at W. A. D'Alembertes' Address! Allen OlmstPd, LeRoy, There will be three courses of -

reproach to the North. No 'dark final. drugstore, 121! S. Palafox. N. Y. study, embracing the UUa18ubject-,
---- -
on which the examinations
days of reconstruction' for the THE POLITICIAN I i: teachers' certificates EVERY
Boers ,
; ---- - leading to a more thorough prepara- '

I For Over SillY \>ar tion, in the requirements: for the sev-
V. Thompson, No. 11 South eral certificate
1 :
SYRUP bat Bf'Ktnll 9e1-
JOHN BEARD The school is
been used for over !! organized not only
sixty Yt'ars by mllnonolntotbers Palafox has
for tbtlr children while teething !:;, ItxrJ. aril HmlH street just opened anew for the purpose of acquiring bette"rmethod. '
'II lib perfect buccesB. It boothei the child June 1". 11)03. I supply of Linen and Bond I and thorough knowledge
softens the gum .all&n all
paincures mind Needs
ARRIVES HOMEHon. colic and Is the best i but to encourage a higher standard a Bottle
remedy for Inarrhoea
, white, blue and
Papers with
r It will rt'IIt'tbt' poor little sufferer Iramediately The aim of this school is to pro- I gray 1 of scholarship. ,
of the world.. sold Twrnty-nve by IirutcgUu! every pan vide thorough; HIGH SCHOOL and : Envelopes to match, Oxford sizes" ; It is hoped that a large number of of Turpentine !
cent a bottle. COLLEGE PREPARATORY in'structiou. i
Ke hUrl ass for "M West Florida teachers will attend,
you Wlnslom's Booth-i ,
Foreign Mail Tablets
John S. Beard arrived inC log Syrup," and take no other kind. Thej-choolis of especial ( with Envelopes and every effort will be made by the whether for Cleaning Bed or '
interest to three classes : match. faculty to make their attendance I Clothes for
I to Ink Pencil, or Stings of Iu-e -
Peusacola lat night and today i* 1 1. Those who having completedthe ,
profitable as well as pleasant. Cuts, Rruie, or anything <-
i shaking hand with many acquain- FAMILY SEASON TICKETS grades of the public school wish Penholders, Blankbooks, File, etc., i| Any information regarding the Everybody knows the value of P"
: to pursue their studies further without 'Summer Normal will be I' Spirits of
I| etc. always on cheerfully Turpentine and in or'
tan'es.'Ir. i AT SICARI'S BATH HOUSEFrank having home given by Hupt. N. B. Cook, Pensa 'o get the genuine article see tit I
. ill Beard ha* just concluded a 2. Those who wi*h, with the aid ,. Phone 234.- cola, Fla., or the undersigned. is put up by theBuffalo
of the careful -
attention Student who attend should takea
J .1 thorough speech-making tour in the sari will issue IIKJ family that can be given in smaller clause ; RATHBONE SISTERS. receipt for their full fares going to
and a longer session, to advance Pensacola, a? effort is
being made
extreme eastern end of the new season tickets for bath at his splendid to
more rapidly than is possible for 1 Magnolia Temple No. 4, Rathbone have the railroads give a return
'. third district and he came here, imbued bith house for a family: of one I them in public schools. Li*tees, regular meeting Friday (afternoon ticket for one-fourth fare as they

t with the happy idea that his, to three at 1.50 for the season and 8. Those who are fitting them- ) Juno 27th, at 2:3"" o'clock. : have in the pit.:
flrl family of from three up for two 'I j, selves for college.In Election of officer will take placefor H. P. BAYA.
Chance, of the nomination coming dollars. These season ticket will addition to the usual instruction the euuiuir "six month, as this Principal, DeFuniak Spring: Fla.
in English, Mathematics History 1 is the end of the semi-annual term.
hi* way are daily- brightening.PROFESSIONAL -- entitle the family to bathe: whenever Geography. Vttin. etc.. in..truc- IA full attendance is specially re. During the summer kidney irregi -
ilk they wish throughout the tea"on. tiou i* offered without rtf,, tuition quested. Visiting" members cordially hrities are often caused by exce-
CHIROPODIST 23jlw: in Greek French German and sfr. anith. -, invited. ,
live drinking or being overheated.
The school is
conducted at the MBS.
I C. A. BRAs ER.Liss. '
E. Ht. Clair Thomas will remove Cleaning ladies skirts and waist I corner of West Gadsden; and Spring R. B. &I-E.NTEK, M. E. C. 'Attend to the kidneys at once bv*
corns, bunions and ingrowing nails Is one of err specialties Star Lann.I ,' *treet, in a building which is to I :\ R. C. i wing Foley's Kidney Cure. W. A.
without pain or blood. Will call at dry. 1 be arranged to adapt it especially to i I D'Alemberte South Palafox. Mfg Co.
I i the need of the school. For biliousness Chamberlain's I
No. j u!!e
your residence if required. 521.South I ---- The number of ,
I pupils in attend Stomach & Liver Tablets.
-- They
( Palafox street. l(jltn --- -- ance i ii limited. Hence those desiring -, cleanse the stomach and regulate ICE-COLD WATERMELONS AT[ I who Guarantee it Absolutely Pui

-- ---- After Dinner !; admittance should communicatei i the liver and bowels effecting a THE OARFIELD ICE CO':.;.
IL'E-l'OLD WATERMELONS I' : early as possible with the Princi- ; quick and permanent cure. For'sale Only 10 Cents a Bottle.

.TillO.HFmLD ICE CO't. I. assist d.ffe,t! T. relieve d; tresi Ira!. :, by all druggists ana medicine This weather makes the 1 i, -
-- alter eatric r dri;'ikn-:: o teartUy, For further information, term and dealers
Do ycu want a magnificent watch to prtveu cor.stif ati n.tate catalogue; address --- grass grow. You can buy All kinds of chairs and

for little money? 'It ?o, call on Hood's PillsI H. CLAY ARMSTRONG 1 Fishing tackle of-all kinds keen cutting Lawn Mowers 'rocking: chairs at Marston

f Stephen, the jeweler. He will accommodate Principal or and good crab nets at theTJ'"rllis and Grass Shears
- you. I I I I Sold everywhere. 25 cents. I PER IVAL H.WHALEY JR., from theI 19" Quina's. Prices are very,0
!1 h A i-tant. Hardware Co's. Willis Hardware Co's. .

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W. C. O'NEAL, President; F. C. HORTON, Cashier;
S. J. FOSHEE,Vice-Preiident; M. E. CLARK Ast't Cashier.

House Bill No. 225. A bill to be en-

AMERICAN NATIONAL BANKOF tl! tied "An Act requiring employersto

give cause of discharge in writing
I to agents or employes when dischargedif Cost Five Cents !

PENSACOLA, FLA. requested to do so." Mr. Myers 4

voted against this bill and it was

killed in the senate.
Has the LARGEST CAPITAL STOCK of any bank in the State (Senate Journal 1901, page 1369.) ALL HAVANA !

Prompt, courteous and careful attention given to all business en- Reveals a Great Secret.

It is often asked how such startlingcures EQUAL TO ANY JO-CENT CIGAR !

that puzzle the best physicians
trusted to its care.
are effected by Dr. King's New Discovery -

4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. (I I ;ecret. for It Consumption.cuts out the phlegm Here's@and the FOR SALE AT ALL CIGAR STANDS.

1 germ infected mucus, and lets the

enrich and vitalize : - -...............- -
life-giving -
B. H. FAIRCHILD, I STEAM YACHTWill WEEKLY MEETINGDEMOORATIO the blood.OXJrgen It heals the inflamed,

t1F EC o ij s T H n. E n. cough-worn throat and lungs. Hard
colds and stubborn coughs soon LEWIS BEAR & CO. Agts.
yield to Dr. King's New Discovery I

'crt ::"0rf2525252522525222'
Specialty. DR. R. C. WHITE Throat and Lung diseases. Guaranteed
I The regular weekly meeting of bottles 50 c and 100. Trial
Pbono 403. bottles free at W. A. D'Alemberte's,
. the Democratic League was held at 121 South Palafox street.

R. K. WHITE, I Information today from authentic Clutter's hall last night, President ---- ----- to

sources is gleaned today that the state Welles presiding and Secretary {
Manufacturing Jewelerand
atbmater. WEATHER I
|, health officer will recommend that Johnson at his desk. THE
Graduate Optician,
:i, Dr. White, the port physician, be After reading and approving the

j Vail r utoi M< pfDuroii, Fla given a steam yacht, to be used in minutes of the previous meeting, TODAYLOCAL 1 .

--- 'boarding incoming vessels and for the committee on arrangements reported 2S2S22525252SJ

any other reasonable purpose as may plans for a grand rally at the St5 ?
lo'ORECASTRam and cooler to-
have a bearing upon the duties of opera house next Thursday night, ...
night and Saturday fresh to br.sit M>nth- 1.--------- -
his position. A requisition for the when Gen W B. Lamar and other eau ...Iuds. Increasing

: boat it was stated, will be made at I prominent speakers will address the 1.I I .EXTRA SPECiAL.
i .. ..
once; and those who claim to have a people. Their report was adopted. Temperature in Last 24 Hours:

T' .-> t' .jtler Band Concert at I' knowledge of such matters from I The chairmen of the four city precincts Maximum...... ....... .............. ... ... '-degrees J
...lia Blu'-I last night received a Minimum .................. ...... .............. M degrees
:: "being on the inside, say that upon I made encouraging reports.
: :*, :;:" !
: patroiia. the strength of Dr. Porter's represen- I Judge J. Emmet Wolfe was introduced Temperature Elsewhere:
hivirx bea all that could Half Price Sale !
tation it will not be : days before as the first and IIU. Min.I =

.ably be de-ired. I many I i speaker I I Atlanta.? ...... ....... .......... M j4
the much-needed boat will be in said he knew not why the committee i Bismarck ..... .. ... ... .. .. ......roll 4ti
,vat Howard Howell of Fort Chicago ..... ............ .. .... is 5* I II I
Pensacola harbor.A !i should have given him that honor I j, Cincinnati ..... ......._ ......_ 7* 6e
u.cawho has been enjoying a I Ualveston.... ,..... ... ......_ M ".'
furlough at his home in': naphtha launch of a very unser- '' unless it was to allow him an op 1 Huron... .. ..... .. ........ ........ 1\0 41 .MONDAY TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY.
Jacksonville. .............. .. ..14 ... ...
% :.le.! arrived here last night viceable nature i i" now being used, 'portunity of showing his friends I I Kansas lity._ ... ..... .. f4Mi 7"M II ,
Key West .. .. ..... .. )
I; ..rttd for duty at the pot thi- and will be until the boat alleged to I that the recent discharge of heavy I I Memphis .... ..... ... .... Mi.W 7"
I Mobile ..... .. .... . to.. "M) I
: rf. been asked for shall arrive and artillery in his direction had Montgomery .. ... .. ..... \'II 74
have not
New Orleans. .. .... .............II\J i a
lir'ilo Manufacturing Co be in commission. tirely annihilated him. Had he I Sew York ... .. .... jll '" Straw Hats, Ladies' and Children's Hose, Ribbon and Lace Departments -
: witti-uch: success with its put i Savannah. ..._ .. .. .. W 7HEXPORTS. I has left broken stocks. In order that we may clear the remainder -
It i is that Dr. Porter known sensitive St. Louis .. .... j.. M T
\ dun; powder that a new I alleged was anyone was so he I all new, bright, desirable goods-no seconds or shop worn
i'. :11" : has been added-bot- pursuaded to ride in the launch used would not have said a word. He always I I goods among them-we cut the price in HALF. This means an
&: economy to you that you can't afford to let flip. Remember, the
n.K j ur- :turpentine made here by ,! by Dr. White and saw and felt the l sought to avoid personalitiesin i t MARITIME. early customer, like the chick has; the assortment from which to pick
..; -tockholdtrsof! the comT I i
; in his and his
I! urgent need of an improvement I speeches, while remark .
v 1-1 is a home enterprisew I!' I II
-',,'ild b
i i ii i the requisition. was qualified by an if and meant I For June to date.. .. ..... .... $'ojo\; ;
i I, really that Mr. Blount had the I Bee Show KO Dozen Ladies' and Children'
entertainment ;given at the I Fast Black all sizes
Hosiery big
GEORGE HALLMARK : talent to write the title of a bill that I. Mltcht'Il,Cl'arle ton.i One Lot Men's and Boy's Straw ; a
uf D. M. Merritt at Olive'
li lice i i to JnoA Merritt. Hats, formerly sold for 40 and 50c, value at lOc,
dhe"day night fur the benefit of I would disguise its meaning if anybody I

.rpllau'+ home at Evergreen. STATE STATISTICIANThe in the state could. He did not CLEAKLD. Extra Special I9c. Extra!Special 5c.
It tk Columbia. Parodl by KosascoBros
w.t- .1 fucce-. The gros!!* :
'Illte j mean that Mr. Blount had or ever (orUenoa, with 4.MVC It hewn umber,
ielps: 8Uj..UUt.J t" tl. '!;j. AfterI"JuL'tIJ !1 I .I..'sit sawn timber, t&,"*> 8 It lumber, One Lot Young Men's Rough and 2.00 Yards Cambric Embroideriesin
cotf K-fre-hmeuts! aud I state board of health has decided would do such a thirg. Mr. Blount I value t5 artBrsseeotlaaddltional,: cargo for savona. !Smooth !Straws, formerly f100, :\ and Medium Widths; for

was the unanimous choice of the "'ltb'fI tons phosphate rok value "..illII merly 10 and 12'jcyard,
I.r txp"u t*. $3; net was left for to exercise more particular II I I Extra Special oOc.

,Iflllal.! care in compiling the vital statisticsof people of this county for state sena- I BA1LK1) I Eztra Special 5c yard.

ort-Ury H. M. Cary "f the Penla the state and will hereafter make I tor and he doubted not would represent I tier Am es ss tcotlalIant's.I'en-aoola. Leech baron Tampico t One Lot Men's Smooth Straw

Hume aid A-socia-1 the county ably and well. He Br gs Wildcroft, McKenzie, Rotterdam : Alpines, formerly $1.60,
these monthly reports more complete I I via Dubbledam I! RIBBON SPECIALAll
in hi. 20th esni-annual state- I elaborate. had as much right as Mr. Mount to I It bk Columbia, Parodl. GenoaBr I Extra !Special 75c. I
I ship 1.lule Hurrell, which put into I -- of our 25 and 35c widths of
how" that the total earnings
t. port In distress
j Because of his efficiency, as de'monstrated use an "if. Mr. Blount had said"if" I
.. omtion from Dec. I, 1901, I I One Lot Youne Men's Rough ALL PURE SILK: TAFFETA
May .11. Wwere $7,241.21.: by the thoroughness of so and so he was a malicious KUTICE TO MAKINEK*. Straw, formerly f 1.W,
': Regulations of the Marine Hospital .Vr- I, RIBBONS, in every desirable shade,
*r>. ar- t;J.'.'4 hares in active his work along,.imi\ar\ lines at the liar; in other words he needn't be a vice require the Inspection of vessels from Extra!Special Toe.;

'nation. 'Ihf dividend for the ': Pensacola office of the board. Judge : liar unless he wanted to, and he ,, southern foreign ports Maryland via domestic but via ports such north ports at of I Extra Special at l.c: yard.

i-t -ix ui'-iit..s was 3 per cent. j George S, Hallmark of this city has didn't want to be one. MbtpIsland.for a southern where port full Inspection pratique Is Is not given prerequisite : One Lot Men's and Boys' Smooth I

T' frt.Cotll'ert at Seville square 'been appointed chief statistician and I The speaker then reviewed some to entrance, i Straw, Ventilated Crown, black silk ITiO Dozen Ladies' Summer Vests,
I I bands, : actual value luc,
.: uigl.t! by l'ruf.'er' band was items from Mr. MiTICK.:
1 will leave in a few days for Jacksonville Myers' public record I
i1 Ir! enjoyed by all present, but I 1 The Marine Hospital Service has Issued : Extra ppclalIOc.. I Extra Special at 3 for 25c.;
to charge of his that had under his
assume new come
'tlo the fact that there was not personal tbe" following vesselwhlch: are known and I _...__..._____, ______.____--....--.... ... _...- _..u. _. _..___._--___.__..__-
duties, having headquarters in that
1 observation-not headnoteg of bills, which are in regular trade with Florida
three marches I I
"lIt light
from domestic ports of the United States.
city. i
N ; l.tvnl. Unless thoe iuterest- but actual happenings as he himself may enter without detention or Inspection I

.. :.. it that better lights are The strong eat well, sleep well, had seen them. There things rendered any wlththeunderstandingthat character whatsoever shall if sickness develop of I W. J. & B. FORBES.

-' .' free coucfrt*.which i look well. The weak don't. Hood's during tbe voyage to Florida ports shall
I in his opinion, Mr. Myers' report to tbe quarantine officers for inspection I
.v- I I- i-,.!-I.- quite popular, will be Sarsaparilla makes the weak strong. and dispOSitiOn' :
I election to
congress prejudicial to

EitlliUed. I Large: : luscious, juicy, the best interests of the people.R. You never heard of any one using

: MALT marvelous ice-cold melons at Strattoni Reese Foley'a Honey and Tar and not being If You Them at the Boston Shoe Store
"K\r& : has a ; Pope was the next speak. satisfied. W. A. D'Alemberte, Buy They are Good !

"' :. valu". While! rtfre-hing \i Ice Works.__ _Phone for one. er and he made an excellent address :I 121 8. Palafox street. '
; !" a-at.t t" take, it help a imiff.J. i on the objects and purposes of the I
Ball Bearing, keen cutting Garden hose at the Willis ,WHERE DO YOU LIVE
Democratic 4 *
? S.lJbyl'AXNHEHER I League and of the .
Lawn Mowers at the
: ,
BRO i i merits of candidates they had en- Hardware Co's.1EITHslt .
i {Willis{ Hardware CtfsFurniture- I I
'!'dorsed. Three-Fourths of Your Time?

I wl.1 1 repair your watches and ( go tbe captain,
-wtlry m flrt-cla!! style. J. I ;.11 I t' Yoa \\IT an t I j In response to loud calls Geo. T, a ers nor consignees of o".n-I
British S H Cairn loch "' \ I
\q :ltDS. to I| Morgan made one of his always entertaining responsible for debts con ,! rf IN YOUR SHOES
tracted by the crew of said vessel
j talks and pointed out i I). Jl ITCH ELI., I
I Southern 'tates! L. to.. Captain.:
j what might have been the result Consignee. :!7j4tFor I OF COURSE!

tI! "I had the resolution recently intro-


'! have Shoes for everybody. If you haven't been satisfied with
tive committee been I
adopted. It
<'. -:? u __ the Shoes you've been wearing, or, perhaps, they have coat more money
-- --. --- looked very much like an attempt to than necessary! why not Sive us a call See our stock, get our prices, then '

discredit the primary ystem. It judge for yourself.Boston.
showed that Mr. Myers' friends huerecognize.f ,
I - - ...... .... .... -'"
--- ;\\of
his defeat in this
'" cOllntj'and
.. -- -- b r
.-0'.l---- r\i = they wanted to fix it ?o that the Ire '

vote of the county could be thrown Shoe Store
.1151 RI-CEIVEI: .
out beclu-e of not conducting the

jt election according to the rules .
;! \ \ XTII.FOIWIIIDIII: : :, i'i''.|..rit.i-. ; I
FRESH FLORIDA SYRUP kIN adopted by the congressional committee

GALLON.k -but they had failed. Leaders of Low Prices. H7 South Palafox Street.THK :;.,

GALLON JUGS 75cts PER President T. E. Welles closed; the 1'tJ;'

meeting with one of hi. excellent -- '
wi: n .\ \ ItI.l: (k reviews of the situation, of the work Breada | ;
done and yet to be done and an Baking SUKF BATHlXfJ KSTAIJLISHMKNT ; For YOl'NG LAIIKS. Koatiukf, Va.
open' H ,t. I*, \:.!. true of
( tbe
M. F. Gonzalez & Co's Corn Meal nounced that the grand rally at the leading.
kk GAS RANGE is always reliable. Bathing the warm gulf waters i is Schools for Young, Ladies in the 8 uth :
budding and "
house next Thursday night pianos equipment
opera conceeded to be the finest in the Campus ten acre. Grand
1x'I.I': IYII.Y. I would tn one of the mot interesting Your oven is always ready to the world. Everythingforpleasure with in alley of Va. famed mountain for bealtb.scenery European -- a!

= events in the history of the League. minute, at just the temperature you safety. Good board and lodging, by '' arid Amercan teacheta. lull -..
Conservatory advantage in Art,
I __ ___ i the day or week. Luncheon promptly Elocution, students from and
want, and you can keep it at the served at all hours, day or night. j I For catal<>KU >aildri><.s thirty State

: SOL CAHN & CO.STAPLE I CASTOR IA right temperature all through the CHARLES H. Brians, 1 I _MATT t: 1'. 11 A IUII'loanJktra.President .
= i 2m-tf Manager. ,II I -
You don't have _
baking. to worry I -
For Infants and Children. Everybody ha a right to a little
about draughts, damper chimney; Elegant china closets, !| piece of this earth But they must
The Kind You Hare
Always BoogW fight for it.
your bread is always right. There sideboards and leather- They must watch their
t chance to get it, and get it.
Corner Palafox and Intendencia Streets. k Bears theCignature .// is nothing like gas for baking. seat chairs at Marston $ Thos. C. Watson &; Co. '

v Telephone 1 J78. .* .< Pensacola Fla. ofICECOLD Pensacola Gas Co. Quina's Low prices; easy have to oSerjagtnow some particularly, and fine thy bargains invite
C payments.
-- you to come and investigate same. t
: You will never
regret having done
SSS THE GARFIELD ICE CO'. I No. 3 S. PaUfox St.. Pensacola, Fl. I Try THE NEWS Want Column. I 1.0 1 ,



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.>; .>>.;tI..a( of Representative Brantley I
!I 1 i I Senate. Supreme Deputy of the Maccabees of the World.

TRIP EOWARDISIMPBOVED 26. The senate -I----- 1
fAN OCEAN ; Washington. Jane : '.

tas passed Mr. Drantl r'8 bill to provide MCDONALD, ttut I mutt do .omdl,,

t1 To NEW YORK, BOSTON V for the establishment of the [M]. No.477 Bt.'aubien to regain my heilth. A
Have More
Medical Bulletins fend
l ASD ALL Jf southwestern division of: the southern Street Detroit i of Cardui treatment you,\\ -t

l EASTERN RESORTS y i 1 Hopeful Tone. Judicial! district of Georgia Senator woman Mich., h who a prominent wa strongly that I decided \to<

Bacon secured a fa'orablrt''Ort on greatly benefited by the try it. ilthoujK I hid .,tfe

vI4tj&i) CROWDS SURROUND PALACE the bill a fw Jays ago. and yesterday reatwoman'medicine, faith in patent mtd.,.1U

called it up for pasiage. It went ; Wine of Cardui. :Mn. lam now very rkfuitrI "

t OCEAVSTEM5HIP COMPANY: 11 I through without opposition.! As it has i McDonald is the supreme I did so, for within ten J ",

I ., .. : -I* :-11< : E Ii Indications fcr the Recovery of the parsed the house, it new requires only I deputy of the Maccabees blened relief time t( rind
of Ocean Breezes of the president to te- I I of the World, and one of in It n thin ihro
F:i | SO Hour Royal! Patient Are Decidedely Better the signature months I
each WeeK f the Bust widely known Hn. JURS. JcD0t41d. *n cured in
t|:; Sailings Receive Members of FamilyNcNew ccme a law. women in the United -_ -I-- *_ have tnJytd| lire htilthI :

f ; 3 from Savannah. Ga. J I The bill makes a new division! of th States. Thousands of women gather to ever tince. I how there it noth.nj; bttttr

J Regency Planned. circuit to be: composed of the CountieS bear her lecture everywhere she goes. for a tick woman who. wishes. to enjoy per.
! .;;;,. ,. : L&r.d' 'Dr" "
,. ... ..... IOiar'......."tn..t.. ".., 'i butI of Bt:>rrien. Brooks. Charlton. Cline'i.Coffe. I The great work she Las done for the feet hulth and am very pleased to jivt r.y
: 1t ... J Jute 26.-The following:
I .. w tl ";.......'nt'. .D....... .. *tW London Colquitt. Decatur Echors, I* Maccabees is appreciated by every hearty cndontmtnL"
.11.-ni 1' ITU '! a '
t J 7 r. -< /.]i at ar.i >j h '. n /1I i letin was posted at Buckingham pal. win. Lo"nde Mitchell Ware ana member of the order. She was 10 ab- Ko n5erin woman can a:? .
I \ ace at 6:16 ra.: "His majesty I work that she neglected letter
p. there will I sorbed in her : ignore lucb a u Mrs. M l. &
Wort Under its
I .. terms
; \ ft* .. !. 11.0. aD"T" lli ff paned a good day and has taken I to give her health proper tare-failed writes. Her plans ani alva .
...". I't au TO DO YOU KNOWthe be held term of the circuit and district
'' Ik t *..<. ... x ie t rraunii. H. f nourishment well He is less weak a to take warning that the symptoms 4>f prove-1 valuable! in building up ". .
I t i .'i.M' iin >s. r-.--... n.. normal." many so-called birth medicines, and court for the southern district a-. I approaching kidney trouble gave her the greatest women's orziniza*: '. .-
.. ..1 ':0'" ........oIf..rl. J and< bla! temperature is now I >
I 1. j ift.rM..t most remedies for women in the treatment Vadosra on the' second Mondays in the sallow complexion and torpid liver. the Unite States and she takes :

, I of her delicate organs, contain more 01 June and December each: year. Suit But Wine of Cardui cured her the tame give advice which aha know j w------
: London June 26,-The official bullet less opwtn, morphine and strychnine? able and accommodations ar' a) it has cured thousands of others and fyou.

II I GK.NKKM. HIK.>CH ttCHKDl'LL: : 'in on the condition of the king iss-ied; Do \ ou Know that in most countries rooms of saiJ I Mrs.McDonald has written this letter in Do not delay in s"cnrin: tl:' ..
to be furnished, fur the holding
i at 10.15 o'clock thia! morning; is as fol druggi are not permitted to sell narcotics I order that other suffering women may cine. There is nothing ta ca: : v
; F .llowin .' i ia the schedule *f the without courts free of expanse to the govern
; Ions: :: labeling them poisons? : secure from Wine of Cardui the same everything to lose by delay. T.
teatner Oen Tdl French, Do You Know that should not meet of the United! States.
i His! majesty las had a better nig; :.! you relief she got from it. is before yuu. Vuil or will\ .
wlif. THE NKWS prints for the take internally medicine toe th
and has had some refreshing; &l.Ifp. i: any ; "For four yurt I suffered with torpid secure relief now ly taking .\
bn-fu of the inf-rchanu who Lip pain accompanying pregnancy. NOMINATED BY THE PRESIDENT liver until skin looked yellow and dull. Cardui? All druzjists: seU!! $1 .
if I their {'J"dt'J the various army !has improved in all: respects. His con Do You Know that Mother's Friendis my '
( I then found kidneys were affected and of Wine cf Cardui a? we! as i .
ro'!- : gtitutional! condition is quite! fdu>ra: 1 applied externally only? Thedford's
of Black-Dra-.t
back and I felt
,, ,. .,. 1 Do \ Know that Mother's Friendis Moncnef Harsell and Others Are had severe pains across my ages
< I"D. .I : $) a. In.Lrav. and the elate of the wound is a-M! = ''j ... .. 7:'.. a m a ce'cl-rated prescription, an.1 that il Cven; Places.Washington. : .__-If--_ __ r-1r -_- _-U--
I Signed; Liter Tre\ ?
Li't l'i 'k.- "Ja. m.J. A million guferir .
\ has been in over forty ears, and thai June .6: .-The pri ?
; .-..i !'...rr..t.c.., .. :I5a mLH Lakln Rartow." j -
... l'. f4C()." l'ii:; a HI.Ar Smith. ?, each bottle of the genuine bear.. the nacic dent has sent the following nomine WINE of CARDVI Lave' found r' f UI
: %-, KH.-rm.ini 11.ii'-it. m and then I Kin? FA artl.s progress toward cor. of The Braifiell Regulator Co. ? Wine )f i ar
J f mai tr tort }! I'.-e and then re- tions to the ornate: ___ -
a p to c I \alf-scenr-e owasious the "greatest, saciifaction Do you know that when you use this ___, -_l-r L1_ -_ -.IL.I -
I tur: 'n Iarrs\ca. Postmasters ..
i s l,-sHurranctt, 1.13 p. raJ. in all official circles. His;; mal? remedy daring the period of gestationthat : ---
i .. *"-* P. l II..'" .. I::!') p.lD. : will be free of pain and beai I.ouiar.a-J.; Watts Kearney. New
is alrea-iy! J-.pla.\ing the prcatt: you
t 1. .\-, .'" -HiTOil 4':VI 1 p. m. ety THE NEW GROOERY STORE.
.. lea!th ', beartal.l cever children? Orleans.
L-** -* Piek. 'J* ::15 I p. ni. int t. .11-1 Bttrrai.cftt S.-K) p. 01. and makei 'Well, these things are worth knowing North Carolina!: -George L. Patt"r
tr.p It> Mel'.. ai.'I return I ?; his gratitude or the ev T"ey are facts. Of druggists at On -dhe-day and Stturdln. the : rfences of thf world's solicitude i b}' I/Tl't be persuaded to try a substitute. eon :

liMt il! !t-ave 'Burlnca- via Ticktu I op;niL? a number of telegrams! wit:; Our.Utile boot "Motherhood" free. orgY.. Young Brevard; Josua P WILLMOVER

for "fol. acjh at 0:*) p. m.Tj his own hands. THE! BRAOFIELD REGULATOR CO.. Atlanta. Ga Jessup Hertford.
: p ifural French i ifor army Tennessee-Stephen Farmer Green
This action excited him plight!}
purid--" andanyouUiJ r mu-t tf-s Keeps a Complete, First-Class, Up-to-Date Stock
raunf-'l some tle-ssii'-ss during : field.Medical
Lav > a pa- from the quirt :!rinaiterci : most of the churches throughout the !
Department-Assstant sur
takf- paaf 0 1 hr.r. night and arous---fl soma trifling solicitude of Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries.
land the !
rrires which
were to commemorate geons, with rank of first lieutenants
on the part of the attendant djc i
SCHEDULED : torsO the coronation of Kine Edward R. M. Kirby Smith Tennessee; William No 30 W. Covernment St., Salisbury BlOCk

STEAMER LINE i are taking place in the form of H. Moncrief Georgia; J. C. Gre .
All this really unimportant.. as TELEPHONE 33T,
Icterces'onary! services. William T. Kr..
and ory, Virginia; Davis
hia majesty soon quieted dow n. en
U"I\\1'.11 IVri-acnla and .illon-Hoal lucky; Samuel E. Lambert Alabama ;

Unix. Unit E\"I Sunday. High Premiums Demanded. Haywood Hansell, Georgia; C. A. SnoJ- IEANbWb.

"cI.FOF TAMPA." I New York. June :!Premiums de- fly, Tennessee.

n.ancied at Lloyds for insuring King Ed

J.V1 I Huo am Iv P..ui..coltt. .:. pm ward's life are very high. says a Herald PANAMA ROUTE WINS. WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH L> QER TRADE J
'I'.r.-a'ola. AMI AT Milton 3.'"J pm I
I II dispatch from I/ ndon. The fig. j THIS HUMMER THAN EVER f EFCRE
>H--I.: UouoJ trip.II : ". I
I tIre quoted) for Insurance to the end of House of Representatives Accepts Sen.

II the rurrpr.t month I is about $leo for ate Substitute en Isthmian Canal. I SEND US YOUR ORDERS NC3iL5

Alabama Miners May Strike. I J"'ft' while for polities! covering a ris': Washington, June :2:$.-The Isthmian JIm 20 -Thft min..r9 until th* end of July about $263
pers canal conferees on the part of the Thompson Olsen & Co.
and mn-ratiir-> han- not as yet reach"- I iri" I asked. ,
I house have done as was predictedand
;KIni r.t thc Male question
an upon
f agreed to the senate bill for .1 Manresa Street Telephone 1.,7.
t ,
in'her.! !Ino !t'lhnhat the final Cancer Story Emphatically Denied. I
Panama canal. _
.!! ht>. Both si'les I rrr- -- -- --- -- ---- ----- ----
< 'it' "inM apiioar t: =NOW York. June :2 t-. Many peoplear. Today the conferees will make formal .

h,. In in at..! at this time! it report of their decision to th?;
!JfIk house and the house will adopt thn
:I.- !> TI.- i.M-1-iit sralt- -xpirf-s wliu from > Herald I
i anc> r. says a dispatc1!
report. means agreement upon
il.i i \I"ra'.fln ot this month ami uua from London The reason. no doubt ,
the senate bill. While this providesfirst
)J... a n"" -. d\i-\ has ln-..n a'lopte.l oy i! found in the fart that the late Empress insures o -I1ULK&8 Ill- 0
for the: Panama route it
,i >!'v 1 thiS ir in-rs will!! tj-jit work until .
'r.rH'k.! of Germany, elder sisttr :
a canal by also providing that In case
01,' ;- ar' '''! u'n.E3rcthers f his and General fladcaare
'> maJty. and (If thf Duke of I! good title to the Panama ('ompany'9 Ship Chandlery

Saxe-Coburg his younger brother, fell property cannot be obtained, or the
Killed by Lightning. victims to this disease. The doctorsin I with the republic : SOS AND 60S 8. PALAFOX STKEET.
necessary arrangements
RIII'I, II>" '. Depot. In-1.. June fj.i".rl $ attt-ndanre upon his majesty stat of Colombia cannot be mai'e _.. __A.GENOY

( (". a/.d Harry Hiul ol'it, aged 30 __iFii absolutely and emphatically! that there' then the ranal shall be constructed by REVERE COPPER COMPANY. JOHN A. ROEBLI G'S FOS8 CO.'B

Bn'. 35. hroTh.T.werf killi-d by light Is not the Ehghtest! trace of cancer or: the Nacaragua route. j GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUriSEL & BON'S PUMPS.

,. ng la-t night whil.. fishing in Whitarlv _ _ of any other form of malignant IflJtrsnioh
I Cum Cirdiji Piliti! Oils! Itstietl huts, Jiskin, thin
.-r. I.- ar h* r*>. Thdr horse was l
__ Trade Conditions. COMPASSES LOGS ETO.
also k:.:. .! Mean I
[ New York. Juno 2C.-While the mar lie-I am really!! surprised at Dr. I C. McKenzie Oerting Collectin A ent for Bar Pilot Benevolent!)

k"t for arly delivery of foundry Iron White. After being our family doctor I elation.
Bishop of Auckland Dead. rontimipg exceedingly tight and higher
for years and treating me for all sorts
W1hngtn =NVw /.t-aUnd June 26.-
pricpa are being realized, interest of things, and to think of all the money
Th.. Ht H.-, William Janlcn Cowle.
SIR FREDFRICK TRFVILth renters in developments for next year, we've paid him too! !! The Star
1111., l of Is dead. Laundry
. > -io;) Awklaud
> whole rested! satisfactorily says the Iron Age. One large southern She-What has be done? ,

Cir' Cancer, Blood Poison Eating Improvement in the king's <-ondtl! >'1 concern has opened books for the first He He wouldn't pass me for the life ,

Sores, Ulcers, Costs Nothing to Try.8l'b'd this morning: wa mot marked Everybody six months of l1n! at lG5n.; Birmingham :: Insurance company! i Biggest Busiest Best !

|ll'I-"t1 utui U.,..>.lly cancer in buc-klneham palace is rl..llth for No. :2!, and are reported to ,
have sold between 30.0 l and 40.0'ifl The ('.ptl e. _____
'! *- and high! hop9 are 'ntf'rtaln I
areth w .
"They tell me Maude Burlocks Is goIng ,
On the -
that his ronvaleIw4ne! will be much tons. whole therefore, buyers t
blon'l. ili-pu-f-; on ecirtli. yet the to be married." I
moie spppdy even than was expec'Mjlant seem to boo taking hold to a moderate I- All Evening Call ou
t'.I.I..t when Hot. Blood Miss Bnrlocks
to cure iiuc "You're misinformed.
night extent at prlrps! which look quite lib
litt-nii ii->-it. If yuii IIIVB bl'io eral There have been further Is going! ; to marry the man who is going Your Swell FricniK
At no time ha!' th.or'i l hA >n any srl purchases -
l"II.lln. !'rlllllcin;: ulcnr-4, t'JII 1'l: '14. 0'is su i;"Stion nt tht> etahllshmpnt: ol of pig Iron in England and st-v. to be married. Your difficulty Is that

r ll1f'lp-. IIIU'UIILl" l'ltehf'_. t.tlllI1:{ a rpJ< Th.. most that was don eral cargoes have been added to former you don't know Miss Burlocks."-Baltimore A you will! find will be warmly

liiir tttI 1112 -kill. ','r'lfulI.111: uiiti"in iit!"-u,.i VH form of cut rrh, ::1t
trul'tllral! trad- Continue unabated.
that tho Prime ofVal"* WAS WASTING AWAY. / % j\ dressed and your linen is irreproat'
,.c.iiaiiit! '"ealf-ileaJly. causer, eat-
might aa for hili! father a* King Edward .
II:,:. bl..llln ff-terni4 si'ri. swelliii4 Ready to Yield. The following letter from RobertR. able. A woman of refinem-
then Prince of'a!. ) frPflufon
". limit-. wart or "or"'>, "1 u-ed DeWitt's Witch Hazel Watts of Silern Mo., is instructive &: always gausres a man's well bred i istincts -
take; lt-.tti.u- H.lni II 1. U. 15. ly did for Q'icn Victoria in formrrda ,
"I have been troubled with the condition of his liu-
It will cm even the wort case after >e. and particularly during h*>r la.:! Salve for piles aud found it a certain : 4 by

frVKjrUiii'.; f-l-e fail. It. I it. it. drains illness, hut without IIH havms forma1. cure." SIT; H. H. Meredith. Willow kidney disease for the last five and fce goes into her presence .

. t\tj! jioi< m "ut 4if thoyitini and thfLl'ifxl. ly \\n-t-n appointed regent.; Srove. D.-l.! Operations uuuece"-aryt years. I lost flesh and never felt -; moreJ with beauty when his sI! "

th -n veryorn" lie.ils, nuking: Thn good news Riven out at HucMnirj cu'ft iiIe. They always yield to well and doctored with leading physicians -, : collars and cuffs have been done
1 the M""t t ;purf- nnl rich : all reuiedie
i ham palac e this I and tried suggested at the Star Laundry
!j morning iwrasione
4 in,: up th brokt'ii-ilnwn body. Iotantc : -kin di-ea-es, all kinds of wounds without relief. Finally I
. r'; Itl-HhJ Ililtn: ''U. IS. K., thorou.'My the liveliest satisfaction! to all pf- Accept no counterfeits. Jlar is' tried Foley's Kidney Cure and less

; r.: t.--IP.J fur :111 i yotr-i. Drux'' sons (,011,1'1! ted at the palace. the Man' Pharmacy, John HhepparJ:! diduey I than two bottles completely curedme ,

I'tl'f. ". 1 I'.r. l.He hotile. Trialtr..attn"t I sion house! !olsewht-re' awaiting ill! KaLti. I bad I am now round and well" ALL WORK C. 0. D. Goods Called for find DeliTered .
Ire, I.y writing It loodH.11111 Ings from the pick rhamlr.
i ( W. A. D'Alemberte. 121 H. Palafox.:
I ecnb8troubl" TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST.
I The abst>n< 0 of ambiguity in the Ian Pocket cutlery and scissors -
and free inedicil: advice ---
J; Ii\'lll until ctir''d. H 15. it. doe- not Iua.iof: the rr"ilical! bulletin ha doi. from the finest to the C'UUW IS'tVTICEH WALKER INGRAHAM Manager.

contain mineral: \poliniM or mercury mlleh to ri'-itorf confidence in tho puli! ,

t (as i'o iiituy *tlvcrti-.4d remedies do>, lie mind in regard to the ..lIIt'omlof cheapest, at the Willis NEITHER tbe captain owner --- ___ ___ ____ __ h _
! but '-ed of I'urw lUtauic In- the lIng flln Hardware Co.Foley's a nor consignev ot the IJntiU -
i c'Miip< 'tI "-ss. bk t*-nmncr will Lit rtepotutble '- Medical Society Attention.
gredie1114. Over :W*> tHMiinoiiiil? of King Eihian! for debts contracted '
saw memberH of hl-
There will be
('IUfo" by t'1k 111; Hotanic Blood Balm by the crew of said ve '..1. a regular meeting '
( it. B. B. faintly during lh<- morning: The iui' n Honey and Tar E. K. Go-.HALL, KIDNEY DISEASES the Pensacola Medical Society 41

remained< at the ;palace. hut Prime. cures olds, presents pneumonia. 1o order. itLAW the Board of Health office at *

r If you want a nice present to giveto \'ietor'/ lrove out thl
a friend go and look through the -------- -- art fa meet tail cf allFOLEniIMEYeIEl11 disoutl. Visiting physicians are cordial./
' elerant line of suitable articles at Read It in His Newspaper. Invited to attend.

J. I. Stephens you surely can find DEPARTMENTOF DR. E. F. BRUCE.
George :Schaub; a well known German
eoniethin.:: to please; you. If you Presides
want anything iu the Diamond line citizen of New Lebanon Ohio DR. W. C. DEWBERY,

be cure to i ee him before you buy. I ISeasonable n a constant reader of the frayi'm o25ttf Secretary.

I 1 Vo'k.sf'uHe; knows that this John B. Stetson University -

householdand paper: aims to advertie only the I I Marston 4Quina carry

kitchen utensils at the beat j in it* column*. and when Le aw: 3Do Zjnnci, 1aridn. or mont, refunded Cot&tha the largest line of matting

I Willis Hardware ('o.'s.OABTOn.XA.. Chamberlain's Pain Balm adverti-ed; JOHN FOIilJES. I'll. I).. President ALBKKT J. PAItKAII. LU B., Dean remedlu recognized by sin&- rugs, window shades, etc.,

t therein for lame back, he did not Tall IVrin ('oluulieuleesS'emlueday, Oclolw-r 1 1HO' I otnt phytidini u the bat lot in the city. We lay our

: hesitate: in buying a bottle of it for TWO Y EAR. tOL'RSK-The Law Department ot John B. Stetson University (jives Kldnty and Bladder troublu. matting free.ADMINISTRATOR'S
8oon' Ki'd' Y Hate AnafsEE7 bis wife, who fir eight week had atwo-'ear' course leading to the deeree of LL. B. .
K'iKKE ADMIT luTHK BAR-The diploma of the Law Department of John B.t'tnn na .. 1M "M\
with themo-.t terrible
: 11 paine I'niverslty admits to the Bar. NOTICE.
in her back and could get no relief. loT KTH I..It ISKoKMATION-Fortbe Announcement of J*I I3,and all other de- I; W. A. D'ALEMBERTE.
He say: : "After using the Pain ,:information regarding the Law 1'epartment address Estate of L. M. Kimberly deceased.
ALBERT J. FARRAH Dean of Law Notice is hereby given that thedayofJuiyA.b,1rS
Foley's Honey and Tar Balm for a few days! my wife *:aid tome Department on
I win apply to'
feel as though"born anew,' De Land Fla. Honorable probate Judge of Eicam *
No opiates. :ind before using the entire contentsof i a ls I county Horida.f oa discharge troin i.
-- the bottle the unbearable: pains administration of aid estate.
Marston Quina are sole had entirely vanished and ilhe could Tulane of Louisiana. I IhrII Ja7oam: < Administrator
for the celebrated iaiu: take: up her household duties." University Ii fl; &lMeld e '
agents t' ......
He is very thankful and hopes that die Gi'P5Id&A"vr4t. I
Odorless refrigerators, ill sutferintr likewise will hear of I'Iow Or1oaulil. I

absolutely guaranteed or her wonderful recovery. This valuable i LODGE DIRECTORY
liniment i* for sale by all drug- : c2-LW1IARPER I

* money refunded. ,, 'ists and medicine dealers. EDWIN A. ALDERMAN, LL.D., President. .I '
There's lot of money to be made Full In Languages sciences Engineering. Law, Medicine. Pharmacy, Art.
In real t'-t&tE'-lou of it. A real estate Thos. C. Watson & Co., frvvcn Separate Departments. sixteen building Extensive Libraries, Laboratories Penn&cola Lodge, No. 8, K. of r.
sign I* usually: a tln er.bolrd: to the leading Real Estate Agents,take aad Workshops. Splendid Department for Women In the Newcomb College. '
Tulane makes leaders all vocations. Its facilities for Instruction meets every Monday TSB
wealth. Thos. C. Watson & all the worry off the shoulders of the in tbe!Soutb. Eizhty-sU Instructors and 1:3 student last session. Many are unsurpassed scholarships .WflISKQi / lag at ??*)) at Castle Hu
Co., the leading Real Estate firm owners of property, manage the intbeacademtcdepartmentopento Louisiana boys. Expenses of scholarship student in the Bloant .. Waiio
have some oilers which it would renting of their houses and the collection U5 fur session. Board and lodging in dormitories at low rates Opportunities afforded : i I P Enlldngthlrdfioor.
academic students: for seir-help. In tbe Academic College', DO boy if properly preparedfor Visiting brethren eoraltllf
be worth while tocon ider. Go of their rents as conscientiously I
&t your college work, will be turned sway from inability (o pay tuition. Kezt session be- c welcomed.
I< and tlE'ethem to-day, and don't wait as they would themselves gUll uc ol>er it. Send for Catalogue. C..PULL.
till to-morrow. j Their charges are very reasonable.: K. K.BBCFF Bolt in Oaiitor Bra Ir 'C H, HOBRLIB. C. Ot
It! I ..... _ ._Address Secretary. I K.B.A8..i .
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Forgetting. Own Picture. between the two candidates receivingthe I

i Reynolds once forgot the existence A FACT'ABOUT highest vote In the July prImary.

of one of his pictures. Burke once obtained The voters of the county at large

a very early work and called onI THE "BLUES" shall vote for the chairman and secretary .

I the great artist, submitting the work of the executive committee, and
I as that of a young student who sought known as the "Blues' the voters of each precinct shall vote

I l advice from the master. Reynolds Lad Is seldom occasioned by actual existing for a member of the executive committee ( tiiri

a long louk end then asked, "Is the external conditions but in the from his precinct and the candidate !-

BEERS painter a friend of yours?" great majority of cases by a disordered for the executive committee receiving

Burke replied In the affirmative. JVCP.. the highest vote cast shall bea
member of the executive committee
"Well replied the "I really
man THIS
IS A FACT until his successor shall be chosen in
Guaranteed Pure. don't f'tolable to give an opinion. It'sa which may be demonstrated the year 1904. for Infants and Children.
cleverish thing but whether it is of
So Good.
None sufficient by trying a course of'Un'S Qualifications of Voters. i

man in adopting promise art to Justify the young Those and only those persons shall l The Kind You Have Always Bought Las borne the signature .
as a profession 1
Sold EVtrftJJJtrt. cannot say." I' be permitted to become candidates before of Chas. JI. Fletcher, ami has been made under his

Sir Joshua had entirely-forgotten Lis or to vote at or participatein personal! supervision for over 30 ,-'ars. Allow no ono

own work.-Chambers' Journal. PillsThey the management of this primary to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and
election who are white democratic elec.
Trimj <>n'" Kwrly: I'ormn.
"Juta.good" are but Experiments, and endanger the
T -, :ivas only tight years old tors, duly registered for the electionin
TniLinODe' health of
Own PnUe. Children-Experience against Experiment.
covtn-J tall hides of his control and regulate the the year 1900, or on the 12,13 and
Being able to "take" LIVER.

I ,T s Mate 111 with a IXM-ID! meter.on "Flow-Ills a doubtful accomplishment ones own becausethe pulseis They bring hope and bouyancy to the their 14th days adherence of June to the 1902 principles, who declare and The Kind You HaveTilways Bought' '
heart has some peculiarities the mind. They bring health and elasticity : organization of the democratic party
:t'u-r had hail tll him. 'Si.- If jou i Bears the of
importance of which are sure to be to the body. national state and county, who If Signature
write ami when he read
|K-try overestimated except by physicians they voted at the regular election
the! hlate he TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.'
and much uneasiness occasioned In I held next preceding such primary
t .', \e ilnt.e it." Itctwcen the ages of conswiuence. Irregularity of the pulseIs election then voted the demo-

".', und twelve the younsriKKt wrote cratic ticket, national, state and
naturally to no small number of
,, ., of o\ -r 4,+sw) lines In Scott'st people without other signs of disease THE PRIMARY county, who are by the lawsof

>!,)'. kibic minuliil with heroioSj It the state lawful electors of I ,
may also be simply a transient
I' "-
the only: nniTlieirpoonis ofnvsoii's the erection district in whicfi they :
due errors I I In Use
symptom, to of habit or For Over30 Years. '
offer to vote who have paid their poll
l 'lIoJ ,
but when about
: other causes which .,.... ..... .. ,...
disappearing, taxes legally due not less than ten T.t eo. co. n "v.." .uT .rw .0.. C .
I -teen or fifteen years old lie conk i ELECTION CALL k -
leave no trace behind them. days before such primary election is .
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vl 1 a draiua iu iambic meter which -- -- -- ---- --
Mirvhes. Thus No good health unless: the kidneysare held, and who shall, when challenged
he him-
., practiced I sound. Foley's Kidney Cure i -- by any elector, pledge in writing upon REMOVAL NOTICE.Dr. .
i three different meters before
makes the kidneys ripht. W. A. ; oath, before an inspector, his honor to 1C.600 fr.. 5
'tan seriously to write or publish D'Alemberte,121 8. Palafox.: 'i A primary election of the democratic abide by and support the result of such Awarded at Farts

party will be held in Escambia county, primary, and vote for the nominees G. H. Tuttle,

Florida, on the 15th day of July, A. D. therefor. .

POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. 1902, for the purpose of nominating j I The inspectors to conduct this election Dr. J. G. Heard,
I will be selected by the committee PNAIAROCHWINE
candidates the
for following offices: I at a meeting to be held at the DENTISTS.
lOne United
States Senator.
j office of Judge T. R. McCullagh, at I
I One Representative in Congress.. 3rd 7:30 p. m., June 24, 1902. This ccoi- Honing 7 and O, Matonlc Tf inple.

For State Senator. For County Commissioner.I District. I mittee will meet at Judge McCul- CORDIAL All branches of Surgical Operative and
!1"n friends of Hon. W. A. Blount II One Justice of the Supreme Court.I lagh's office at 8 o'clock, Saturday Hiahe.t recommendations for cure of Poorness Ml'cbaOIl"alllt'DUhIrY performed with technical
thy announce him as a candidatetate hereby announce myself as a One Secretary of State. I night July 19 1902. for the of tt Blood, Siomich troubles inj Genenl Debility skill.lpeclal .
purpose 'S Increases the ,
candidate for county commissioner. iprctxe strenphensthe
Senator from this, the riec- I One Comptroller. the and ceives attention given to Children's
canvassing vote announcingthe and builds up the entire t>stem.S3
: :Senatorial District and re*pectr from district 4, subject to the actionof Two Railroad Cunmissioners. result of said election and the inspectors Tnlbt ohl and 1'orctrhUu Fillings& I'rowa
the voters at the ensuing: demo : I rue Urnuut and BridgeVork..
a-k theupport of all Demo- One State Senator, 2nd District. will have then and there the PARIS

ra.- !"i 'um at the coming primary.For cratic primary D. W.July C.15.Y ARERormr.I I Two Members of the House of Rep- returns of said election; if they have K. f ouppra A Co. meet: Material; Competent Kquipmtnt.No. .

I I resentatives. not been already forwarded to the A.eatwS.. Telephone Representative. One Tax Assessor.One .
i chairman of this committee.C. .
For Commissioner.The - tWI
I friends of Scott M. Loftin take Tax Collector. B. PARKHILL.
him friends of J. B. Roberts announce I One Treasurer.
i.ieauof announcing; as a I County DAN :MURPHY Chairman.
dilate for Representative in the him as a candidate for re-I Five County Commissioners.Three Secretary.

fixture l from cambia county, elt Clon as countv commissioner I' Members of the County Board ANTALMDYTLwtt l
.'Ie de-ire the support of all from District 1. subject to the action of Public Instruction.One i ijr ij.

prats iu the coming primary.For of the democratic primaries July Justice of the Peace for DistrictNo. INSPECTORS AND CLERKS.The tiny Capsules superior
13. They believe that: the material .
One. "
I I to Balsam i of ,Copaiba: ,
Reoresentatwe. interests of the county demand his; and Dealers In-
One Constable for Districts Nos. 1,
friends of Henry C. Cloptoui.ce I re-election and they ask the support'of '' 3.4,5, 6. I following named persons have j Crbcb t and Injections 8/

: him a* a candidate for every democrat_ _in securing it. I One Chairman of the County Executive -I i been appointed by the Democratic' They cure in 48 hours tbe Chinese and Japanese
ntative in the LegislatureKciunbii Committee. I Executive Committee of Escambia: same diseases itnoat viylnconiniD -

'county, and request For County Commissioner.I I One Secretary of the County Execu- county to conduct the primary election 'f"tc.: .. By !( ( DRUGGISTS Fancy Goods,

.;part! of all democrats in the I announce myself a candidate for tive Committee. of July 13: 1902, in their respective -, .... ....,

: democratic orimary. I election as county commissioner for I One member of the county executive I precincts, under the rules of the -, FINE CHINA TEAS

district No. I. at primary to be held I Committee in and for Precincts State and County- Democratic Executive 31 South Palafox St.

.For Representative. July loth, and ask for the support of one to twenty. inclusive. \05'j I Committees and the Instructionsthat Every Woman Laundry Office. Pensacola, Fla.
:.d$ of Clias. 3I. Coston an- all democrats. The State Executive Committee will be furnished them: ,
't as a candidate for rep- I ll lutenttcJ*nd ilumltl know
i. LEE DANIELL.For prescribed the rules and regulationsof I Precinct No. 1.-G. C. Clifford, Jno. aliuut Uie wuiulerfut NOTICE
.r.v. III the legislature from - the primary for state officers, including I M. Rich. Sr., inspectors; K. L. Rob- h II1i MARVEL Whirling Spray
In: +W3' ounty, and they a-k the County Commissioner.The I erts, clerk.Precinct. TSr new v glr.l elrhe.sjc.. I have been authorized to take
Senator and
,' "t -it all democrats m the com- the Slate members Marx AshCra'y : 4Z tu> subscriptions forVm.. Jennings
friends of W. A. Shelby hereby j of the House of Representatives, I No. 2.-Frank ,
: im iry. his for John Davenport, Jt la Bryan's paper, "The Commoner.The .
announce candidacy reelection and the County Executive Committee, : Inspectors; "
I as county commissioner' clerk. .k,...draff W fbr H. 4 price is $1.00 per year in ad-
held in the office of
For Railroad Commissioner. a meeting i
from district; No. 3 of Escambia Precinct No. 3.-C. II. Boyett. W. J. If tc.nll"'lIJ) 'IZ'fl"JIIRtL..c'.IDO vance. Those desiring the paper
!lice ionizing fully the rights of the action County Judge McCullagh on the 26th otter, lint wnd for ft- 4, can have it pent to them by sending
the of tie i H. stamp
county, subject to i I Wilkins, inspectors; C. Kupfrian, "
of 19u2 rules and
,.ier and producers to more con- day May, ; provided lnstratMrrt-.L..Itree f 1.00 to the undersigned.
democratic primaries July 15, and : clerk lp+panii-ulnrranrt'ilTK<'IHHH In.Ta.uatilrto.ladm. L
Flor- follows in accordancewith ,
ration at the handset the regulations ,
.. 11, H.M. ROCHE,
ask for him the all
hearty supportof i Precinct No. ".-S. P. Hcndrix, Mark
i.ailroad Coinmi?-iou I solicit the platform and regulations of Care Daily News.
democrats. : Hurd, Jr., Inspectors; John Langren Room 82c Times Eldg., New York.
,port{ of all Democrats who the State Executive Committee for the

'if the declaration of prin- For Coutu"r.eiuuer.After ,, nomination of candidates for Tax Assessor clerk. .- -
," -et forth in my platform. County Tax Collector County Treasurer I Precinct No. 5A. J. Busbce. W. B.

: .' '.f plitform-ent to any onei'hlreIII' due consideration I appealto County Commissioners School Weaver, inspectors; H. F. FraUr: THE GARDEN S'ECTIONoOFo

; me at \\'..-t P lm li..ach.K.J. unman- \ friends and the democratic Board and Members of the Executive ''clerk.II .
u. HTIHOX r.ruu. voters as a candidate for the Committee: II Precinct No. ;.-T. J. DavidsonC.H

otliceof county commissioner from', The names of the candidates for Hobbs, inspectors; B. M. Bonifay
For County 1 reasurer. district four of Escambia county. :' i clerk.

T'e, friend, of Frank E. Hrawuerrtby Fleuse remember me at the primary .' these of different the Executive county Committtee offices and members must i, l'recind0.. 7.-John Hammock, JW. Fensacola, 'Fl or Ida, 1

announce dim a* a cuididate election of the democratic partyJuly Ed. Campbell,
be printed the official ballot to be I :Norris inspectors;
: County Trea-urer of E"'c"'lI1bia 15. IW2. D. 31. MEKKIIT. upon clerk. Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.
the action of the used in said primary election July 15, i
v 4.ty. subject to Olive Fla. :
i Precinct No. 8.-Geo. Gibson, B'i-1
moi-ratu primaries: July 15; andk ;I 102.! and no blank lines will be left I
'on said ballots, and no voter will be Prcctor, inspectors; Taylor Crabtree
for !turn the I rt of the voter- :
.ul For County C.tumi"Muller. clerk. Beautiful Lots for Sale.
: allowed to vote for or write the name
For County Treasurer. The friends of 11. Ilathwell of ; of any candidate on the said ballot Precinct No. 9.-P. R. :\Ic fill, A. J

1 announcemyelf a candidate for Hluil Srriugs hereby announce himas I unless the name of the candidate be Co\\art, inspectors; W. T. Dick, clerk. 40$137feet at from $75 to $200 each accord-
,iniuatiou for the po-ition of a caLdidate for (;ountCommj,; printed on said ballot. i Precinct No. 10.-C. J. Ward, R. Ed- ,
jnty trea-urerof Kcambia coun- loner from district No. ;of Escam- Each person desiring to have his : dings inspectors; B. 11. Bryars cInk.I ing to location and surroundings.
bia subject! to the action IIf'' I'rl'cinc'0.. 11.E.. B. Lee. L
-ubj'-ct; t" tt!>e action of the deUlo- county : name printed on the primary election I
:iti prn!.;.trv. the democratic primaries July 15, :'ballot as a candidate for the above Minims, inspectors; J. B. Stewart,. Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View,
J. \V. FKATEK. and a-k for him the support of the county offices and executive committee I clerk. High Dry Fertile Lands.

voter shall file with the chairman of this I Precinct No. 12.-J. U Scholls J. GI I ,
Tax Assessor.I E. D. Besss clerk.
For 'county executive committee on or be- Oliver inspectors: ,
I rtby announce my-elf as a For Chairman Executive Committee.The I I fore the noon hour 12 m., on the 24th Precinct No. 13.-J. G. White, Sr.. The grandest opportunity for investment ever

:nl,ite for re-election a+ Tax As- friends of John B. Jones hereby -day of June. A. D. 15)02. his notice of .\. A. Fisher inspectors; J. Emmett offered in Pensacola.

: fur K-cambu county, subject announce his candidacy for chair ,r candidacy and application in writingto Wolfe, clerk.

u-uoij uf the democratic pri- man of the cambia County Demo- have his name so printed upon a I Precinct No. 14.-Jos. I. Johnson Home Seekers Should See These Lots.

., July I,',. cratic Executive Committee, subject blank to be furnished by said chairman Dave Kuglerian, inspectors; R. C. -

W.V.. ltu-l1ARIS. to the action of the democratic accompanied with a sum of I Caldwell, clerk.Precinct .

- --- voters of the county at large at the money, assessed by the committee as I No. 15.; -M. P. Palmes. -V.Clubbs
For Tax Collector. primary July 15* and ak for him' follows: Mansfield :Moreno inspectors; F. M

I n'in- announce myself aa a the hearty support of the voter! 'I I Whitinp, clerk.Precinct .
.', ,11. Ute:for re-electiou as Tax Cola Each Candidate for Tax Collec No. 16.-J. G. Howard C
.' K-cambia subject Executive Committee. tor . . . . . .$100.00I I Corner Garden and Aleaniz Streets.
: county For Secretary Flowers, inspectors; J. W. Kin!!
Each Candidate for Tax Assessor
action of the democratic pri- Ben D. Beers I I clerk.
The friends of announce . . . . . . 75.00
'' July li.; his candidacy for Secretary : Precinct No. 17.-K. A. Kuhen. J. A. K.C. BRENT, Wye. H KNOWLEK, W. K. HYER, JK., J, H, REEKS
A. II. D'Al.KMKKKTE. Democratic Each Candidate for County I Hendrix J. L. Hoit clerk. President tfice-Prestdent. Cashier.
cambia ; Au't ,
of the County I inspectors Casbler
Treasurer . . . . 75.00
For Tax Collector. Executive Committee subject to the Pr'cinct0.. 18.-John Gibson II. T.
of the democratic voters of : Each Candidate for County commissioner Enterkin inspectors J. M. Harrison,
I friftnl-of Henry IfelliuKeraniiiiit I t . . . . 10.00 ;
candidate for Taxi the whole county at the primary clerk.
a- a Candidate for School First National BankOF
July 15; and ask for him the supportof Each Precinct No. 19.-W. H. Trimmer S.
--ir of E-cuntJi.count" sub- Board . . . . . 10.00
"ie democratic primary to bp the voter --- I Each Candidate Justice of Peace 5.UO I Terry, Jr., inspectors; F. M. Wood,
.ly I I 10;: r.r.. and rtque-t the Constable. 5.00 clerk.
For Member Executive Committee.The Each Candidate for !
: of all Democrat Precinct No. :20.! -G. W. McCurdy
-- friend of John Touart announce I Candidate for members of the Executive : Daniel Bowman, inspectors; F. )1.I OF FLA.DIRHOTORAu .

For Member School Board. him as a candidate for member -I Committee are not required to I Mayo, clerk.

I ,. frietidiof W. 1. Agertonlll're.IlwnUuce of the County Executive Committee pay any assessment. C. B. PARKH1LL.

his candidacy for the from precinct 12 and ak for As soon after June 24 as possible a I DAN MURPHY Chairman. WM. H. KNOWLES W. A. BLOUNT, F. C. BRENT, W. K. HYER, Jb

niatiou: as a member of the him the votes of the democrats of list of all candidates for above-named Secretary. 25jtf D. G. BRENT,
,i',l b".ml: from district No. 3, the precinct at the primary July 15.: positions will be printed in the newspapers I

1 ..'i-t lie to Lath;: the H!.democratic iJ2.: primary -For Member- -Executive- -- Committee.The -. I ; will and the give chairman a receipt of for the committee each i!I I The iminltr of Ju"uC'f'" r Fc ci! ad g Dc mnU is AU B 3c A ht ad S v1Ljx'We I

"r Member Bard Public Instruction. friends of Frank Heilly announce notice of candidacy received and if I The one divine do work the and one it ordered is the n n c Z C I U
candidate for sacrifice is to
Ward him a* a mem- after the 24th day of June any person Justice,
of Hon.
: leuJs Elijah bat of the County Executive Com :, claims that his name has been left last we arc ever inclined to do. Anything -

I L-O,-POII ni4 name a-> member as a candidate of the mittee from precinct 13 and a-k for off of the list of candidates published, I ; rather than that; as much char draw our own Bills of Exchange on Great Britain, Ireland I

him the support of the democratic 'his claim will he rejected unless he claKae. but no Justice. ,
: : : C'tblic Iii'tructum from ity as you France Anstria Holland !
voters of the precinct at the primaryJuly Germany, Italy, Spain, Belgium, Russia, Nci
: :N ; -.f K-cambu; county, holds a receipt for same trom the i "Nay" you will say, "charity is greater
Sweden Denmark and other European countries ,
15.; I"
'. !" t'-!: ..i-tiiM of the demo- chairman.If i than Justice." Yes, it Is :greater; HIs way j II

i'rmiarieJuly l"j. For Executive Committeeman.I a larger number of candidatesshall : the summit of Justice; It Is the,tem "Veasels Disbursed upon the Most Favorable Terms, and theli Ii"'

ht'rtbannounce myself 3a be announced than were contemplated I ple of which Justice Is tbe foundation. Obligations Taken Payable at Port of Destination Ten or Fifteen Davi

For County Commissioner.reby candidate: 'for member of the County when the above assessment was I But you cant have. the top without the after Vessel Arrives there.CI'Safety .

.. announce lit\.elf :as a Executive Committee from Precinct 'made, the committee can. if they see I bottom; you cannot build upon char-

late for re-tlectioti as oouutj I Thirteen and solicit the support of fit to do so. cut down the said assess ; I Deposit Boxes for Rent in Connection

i I--ionfrom t di-trict 2 of E- Democratic voter at the coming: ment. The voters of the entire county -i ity.You must build upon Justice for this with which we have a Prlwa partment for the Uia
t>u subject to the actioi. will vote on the above-named! conn-
'rimary. ; main reason-that you bate not at fir-t of Renter*. t
; the chairman and
democratic primaries July 13 officers including
build! with. It is the last
i 4-k theupport of the voters For Executive Committeeman.The secretary of the executive committeeexcept charity: to :

JOHN (}. WELSH. friend of Thos. W. Kent announce the justice of the peace and I reward of good work.: In justice to

him as a candidate for mem constables, and the candidates for a your brother-you can do that whether WEWILL'FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE! i. ;
For County Commissioner. ier of the Democratic Executive county office who shall receive majority you lose him or not-and you will come

\' Frank: Johti-ou hereby au.nnelf.t Committee from precinct J 13, subject : of all the votes cast for that to love him. It is all!! very fine to think Wrt fHla?f''r I It '

? .. ? a candidate foti to the action of the primary and ak office shall be declared the nominee: you can build ui,on charity to becinwith r ... and four wewtalrdaful liltmratnl ocr and! .. READ RFADTIIEIETTER8Ina ,

i 1'11 a- county commis-ioiiei for him the support of the voters. of the democratic party for that office. but you will find all you ha\' otto w.. IrTe i.a reL fife.nUlIlIII 'D: In/a t* C.4*ronr that you and j
In the event a candidate does not receive oarnnai'a Peglv.i..oh r..d... .'! alWJF ,
and 1 is
ili-tru't K-cambia home
four with begins at
county begin r a put W Maw > ,.....
ua JF 'a i
Committee.The .
the WIll of the democratic For Member Executive a majority of the votes cast. an or |M*tle of. 1'errucm Ib1 7 J
ct to Hus-
John .
essentially love of yourself.- ..
; of
I | chum- >n of tire bawl-
r. in the eoniiLjj primaries. He friends of James McHuh announce other primary election will be held on r a.nK.prru ,sl"alalheuutrki4at .. 1irhM'Wa, I ,
IMS; for the reason that he his candidacy for member of the 12th day of August 1 ,1)2. to choose kin. ItUwarr."'lain and ntN-r"(aI..hiutfulI'r..nla ar.. Kr ].>.. II-.
:- the otlice and thinks he call the C.l1ntEx'cutlve Committee ---- -- --...--- 'WARNING.If ll1t"iI"1It..hO W.aosii: I""l..of. .p r .
ve ire A 60-l'lrre INaapr fct-IH4
benefit to the bet interes-ts ot from precinct 14 and ask for him the Bitty Years of Popularityis I [ a ImutifiMffV'ririiH a:atnl,1.pmt t \oj county. If his friend support of the democrat of the pre- I yon have kidney or bladder Rautmryr. fr>ultr>(r.i,fll:'..1P..,.,MUI i '* IR .<,., R4 1<

1: : !:" people uiter(-ted agree with cinct at the primary July 15. the record of Painkili"rPerry( ; trouble and do not use Foley's Kidney I ail Terrmorli p..otd with .y d.ihe.,..1 11I'I'11'1.1'oDC! We.iootl.MI ,1.1In.C'IAI':1H.'e. LTiI" a
:,e will appreciue theirup- Divis'; ), but the *hop are full of imitations t. Cure, you will have only yourself .!!t pi j.i>another urJrf nMJt LIU' BK-VIV I la..rk..rimtiw-.+ C'a.talnttrm.., (..-i... it.tT.tad f Ma>hJD %
For Member Executive Committee. fell the ; to blame: for results, a? it positively tl""nLnl"fI'< Mua' ml InotmtiK .. I' ...'. !*)' .
made .
to great .. ,
i upon .
I ( rcrtivH fi n-t alii w t il
.oo to-dar. Mr .urtciucr* are ai 'n tftj r | -
all forms of and
1 he friends of W. B. Wrteht 'tn.NHIUl'j be i cure kidney w*n '.WdrollY'1IL Nun-' trlnn.1.oneeoi'eamp.hrreh.kre.V.wendanother' |.
For County Commits oner. his catuiiJacy for member of reputation of the genuine; cautious bladder di-ea-f'O. W. A. D'Aleir- ''? ,:.r W e all j wT'14dtca'I.. wh h tin
I, a I.. da),. 1 aia man than plra-l .rtH tSmicduiiE. M Ar'.irrr tie '''' '1 and < Irrt jour 1
'ri".Jof. J.t. Brewton of the Bounty Executive Commit therefore, when you a?k for a berte, 121 S Palafox.Foiey's b. Mn. .(,>f> mIClUJ6a.' ilium y.IJroo i..fiii B4. It..", de)" ,.
"' : :N" r, ai.r.'iince: him a< u from precinct 15; Mibject to the action bottl to see that you get the genuine. I -- -
Cor. 12th i Pine Sts
: : :. fyf rt-eici'tioii from said of the democratic primary July : An unfailing: remedy for r Kidney Cure SALVONA SOAP CO., ST. LOtJIS, MO..i .

-uTiect) t' use action of the 1,. and ak for him the support of
,.-Jjlv 15. I the voterof the precinct. cough, cold, bronchiti*. I\ nukes kMocys and bladder tight I I.

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SAILINGS OF SOCIETY EVENTS \ Feet Furnishers for Cash Ody.

! THE' SERBA. LINE.. m Crockery Sale r'

1m l( :

: -AT- I
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The L. i :\. grain elevator yesterday -
II I Miss Blanche Gnttman has returned -
; :
transferred from its bins nearly : from a pleasant visit to : THE BIG STORE '

irVI i 25.000 bushels of grain to the Spanish I Mobile. i. PAIR
steamship Leonora, which was I DeVere DeMilly of Tallahassee, is : :I ( :

I berthed the day previous. The grain here on a visit to Mr. and Mrs J. F. ( ] ,1 j,
Sewell. : : $10.00 Toilet Sets at $7.00 i : of SHOES for wear when the weather i* bad
I will be taken to Liverpool, and in 1(
I will save your good ones. That's tree eCO:(lty
addition the vessel: as usual will car- Mrs. M. E. McMillan of Pine Barren $ 9.00 Toilet Sets, szd, at $6.50 ; : : !| after all.
i ,came down yesterday afternoon, ( "
ry out a large and valuable miscellaneous !

it t cargo. returning today.Mr. : $ 8.50 Toilet Sets srs, at $6.00\ 'i ...FOR...

t The Leonora arrived here before and Mrs J. S. May of Birmingham -' : Water Sets, 3 pieces, tin, at. $1.00 ; ; 1' I
Ala., are guests of Mrs. ; l

I her Hter ship, the Ida, 'eared and : Fred Bradley on East Wright street. '\, $10.00 Dinner Sets at 8.00 j \, I II \ $2.00
it the ship had to await her berth.
Neils McKenzie Oerting, Jr., cele- 1 I
E J l1-t as :soon, however, as the berth brated his seventeenth birthday last 100 sets Cups and Saucers at 38c set : :

! J was vacated, it was taken by theO night by entertaining a number of ( i I we will sell a stout,
I' 100 sets Plates at 38c set : j, you serviceable pair cf
Leonora and the loading com- his friends at a pleasant party shoes, in plain and cap toes, lace or congress,

Vt Vtl mencrdt j II which was greatly enjoyed by all 75 sets Water Glasses at 12c set I I that are good value at $2 50.
I who attended. I i I
btum.hipi of this line are usually i 1I' 60 sets Water Glasses at 15c set
Hforal days apart in arriving and rt. A. Johnson of Montgomery
f arrived and at the Merchants Ask to See This Line of Shoes !
departing;:, but it is stated that by : 60 sets Water Glasses at 18c set '
yesterday. Mr. Johnson is
reason of a recent visit here of the -____IV.NN MMIwI
deeply interested in the cotton business i- 50 doz Jelly Glasses at 15c doz
t MdoittciaN of this line, the ships
and this morning went out to '

will arrive aId load with a great the cottou compress to look over its 15 sets Goblets, fine, 75c set :: MEYER SHOE 00.

deal more regularity than hereto- facitities.i .
i i 25 sets Goblets at 20c set'I I I
: fort-, with an ultimate object in view !; Under the auspices of the Ladies

of having weekly sailiu +. Aid society of the First Baptist: : 40 sets Ice Tea Glasses at. 25c set Feet Furnishers for Cash Ody

Church a musical and literary entertainment -
.\ promise to this effect was halfway J
I : will be given in the parlors. ) ; i02 South Palafox Street.
made by the president of the
f 'of Hotel Ecambia Tuesday evening, ,
t I >erra line upon the occasion of the beginning at 8 o'clock. several college ,;d j YOURS TO PLEASE:; ,

recent viMt. girls will participate and a I

BIG SAILOR -COT--- ets pleasing will be program sold at 25 is promised.cents. Tick William Ioljn0on & Son* t J. M. FOLKMAN,

TERRIBLE THRASHING Ice cold melons, large, ,\ }L !! \( ) & Contractor for Decorating k<

luscious and juicy at tkvI J ( I
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-:_ = = : Call Up Phone 313: or Postal
== ------- Drop a Card.
I t Stratton Ice Works. Telephone -

order. : All Work C. 0. D. and Guaranteed:
The next time Hans Hansen a your .
Virulent Cancer Cured.
railcr, come to Pemacola, gets MYERS FAVORS FAT I Corner BaIen and Government btrert.
Startling proof of a wonderful ad-
drunk auJ is approached by an : DRILL DOWN TO PICKINCSFROM LOBBY vance given" by druggist G. W. One Clock West of 1'ostoEee. Right on the B' ".

ollicer he wll probably go along Roberts of Elizabeth, W. Va. An T. W. LEWIS

If without protest. i ABOUT 1600 FEETi Senate Bill No. 172: To be entitled old man there bad long suffered with kkJif ,

I I Han-en came ashore last night "An Act to define lobbying and to what good doctors pronounced incurable DEALER IXM

rlii'li.." He-aid he was going to I prescribe the measure of punishmentfor cancer. They believed his | i We have banF: ""
i i report that the well on East: Hill persons convicted of the same." I' case hopeless till he used Electric '\ PAPER I from the Lar.--'
haH'i! good time. He had it. .
, I would soon be abandoned on account Upon its passage the vote was: Bitters and applied Bucklen's Arnica N rI A ManufactnrertLe ..,
l 'I he good time was on the wane ati Yeas-Messrs. Borden, Bryant Coulter, Halve, which treatment completely I! United t"r it-
of a loss of faith in the r1I
: project, was Feather Scroll 15c roll.
i ,. : !o a. m. tltJaaud. Hansen begin: Crosby, McKinnie, Pirrong, Rogers, cured him. When Electric Bit- per
E stoutly denied this morning by a Dining Room Tapestry f 1.50 per r> ...
looking for trouble. He ran up Roseborough; Wolfe and Yancy-13. ters are used to expel bilious, kid-
prominent member the promoting Nays-Messrs. Bristol, Brett, Cal. ney and microbe poisons at the same I\ 'I Call l"p Phone No. 35H.
afrain I'ulict'tnunl'uhtell, and was I .
company who said that while there houn. Drake, Johnson, Kirk MYERS, time this salve exerts its matchless
arrt''t..tJ. Then he resisted and
: might have been some talk of doingso Smith of 30t, Smith of 31st, Summers healing power, blood diseases, skin :
()/flier Pul.tell called. I II wvwwwI
: Oilicer Hilton and Wilkinson-11. (Senate Journal.) eruptions ulcers and sores vanish.
still there was no immediate I
' to help him. The latter oilicer took i: Bitters SOc, Halve 2:>c at W. A. D'Alemberte's -
prospects of following up the !sug-
121 South Palafox.th1ww .
-n m charge and tine sailor FOR SALE.i
I i
Stowed He - -
tried to do the - injury by biting, kicking and : The drill has now penetrated to a |i -
i Fine steamer 21 gross: tons, one
rt-arini: ; but well, his head showed 1 depth of nearly 1350; feet, and for the wrNICK'S
I state room. five berths triple expansion -
the frtfct of it this uiorniug when he I i i past few days has been tussling with engine" of o, 7 and 12 inches
fat"*d the mayor for tri.>I. The head I $ BARGAINSEVERY *
could hardly be di-tin
!b',mda r.... placed there by City Phyician 1: makes rapid work impracticable. made cue year ago which is allowed

Pierputit. The drill has cut through this rock 10 carry steam pressure of 250 Ibs.
Fully and completely equipped and fined fir.for I; retistiugarrtyt it is stated, over 300 feet, and on account .
guaranteed to be in A 1 condition.It
: an J bf-ing; drunk. j of this slow progress some little i* now Lavizating; the waters of II

Ills EYES DA.M'Khrn discouragement was felt; but Mobile Bay and tributaries. \\mim\

you can say for me that we want to For better information write or I
\\ His i Goad Drink COOIPNA : DAYoATo
know what underlies the rock forma apply tr. L. C. GOULD,

A hire that will nourish and furtuti tion said one of the gentlemen. lj&b Dolive. Ala.
j :
all the food required to rear a
babv H evidently eny food for an WATERMELONS AT
adult to du "-t and Hf..pt5cially ap- SUBSCRIPTIONSFOR ICE-COLD
plirablrt where ordinary coffee dons | THE GARFIELD -
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IH't .IJIVf. l lTti !
wife of a Congregntfanal nunit CARNIVAL Laythediist. You can buy Comprise all the Up-to-
-r givean "It Date Dishes the Markets
t"xp..ra"IICtj. ii -
hose at the Willis
rather curMutli + manner in which of the World
I MW.. adopt i'o-ituni for III) baby J 1 The Carnival Assui'at.iri' Las s., Hardware Go's. Afford.
My iiutlMtid u-ed to lie troubledgreuly ---
v\ ith bilious head tches and I iiieil the folinwins; ht! ..t subs, t .j";

t xtrtn* titrvoii-nn+;. TliU wa tions:

about Ii VPyr.tra a'e concltiJed \Ve hereby agree to suh-di;: fstub > :'
that C"lff! and tea were the cau-eof Ladies Private L. FRIEDMAN &
nwnlx-r of shares in ti.- 1'"t.-a'
'.trou'ilf* and 10 give l'.htUIII''' ASK YOUR GROCER FOR OO'SC
Pix-il I ollre a trial. At tint WH did ,(ola Carnival Association aa-- "i-i Dining Parlor..*

lot Ilk. It l>rCilU-H It WHS UOt belled opposite our names on tluto.,.. a i.g
l"i: iu>iiijh auJ "III.(1 weak andt
list saul shares to cost I.! 1.1 I
: Ir.| hut after pr"lurllll it properly ,
and I that became', I' Nanit-. Shares
I* we
vary foiidnf It. :wd" can bone-.tly Thos. Watson & Co. . . 2 j Regular Dinner Daily. RACKET STORE.
ay "I-'I'r..f"r it to ativ coffee or tea. i:|i IVnsaeola Gas Co. . . . 2
M' b 'I'tIP .1,1| 1I"llhch.-. anti nervousii ', A. M. Avery . . . . 2 I

-. ':ivc di-appearHj and we botht Nick .\IIII.t: ).- . .. . 2 Short Orders I'roinpilj

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t"/lJ; >\ erv iriti-h better boalth.Viifji ]I Know s Bros. 2First
. Filled Night i or lJa)".
\ one 'f our children was a : National Rank 2

( .Ir "M he Mould not drink milk so F. C. Itront . . . 1 '
we tried him. ToMum Cotlee, and 11'.A ISlount . .. .. . 1 '
fr' ni the f r-t he liked it and itagreed '' .\. ('.' lllount. Jr . . 1 It It's ,Homethine wish Good( to Eat
you yoa'n find it at
; wit!ti lilui perfectly, so P.M- \\'e>ot Florida Steam Bakery 1 W
tum taa t>efn in. drink now for over ,1. i I':. Ross & Co. .. . 111"tit. Nick

four year*. Fisher . .. . 1 Apostle'sPopular _ n___ __________ _
About t"IIIIII\llth.. ago a biby boy !'!'Henry liver . .. .. . 1 1
came to our hou-e I was, of course, I.. Friedman & Co. .. . . 1 Restaurant. MEUX'SSchool ,

ausiou- to have gold nourishment C. II. Tunur .. .. .. . 1
1. for him ando drank ftom five to \\'. M. Falk . .. .. .. .. 1nrtprson A S''MPIEAID Elf CTlV(PRlPARATIQII TEAT YdtJtJj&l
flight; cups of Poitum during the .\ & Horr . . 1 CAN BE USED WITHOUT COOKING f/I\ I '1 J I' lI

day. This with -i little Jrape-Nuts ,11. L. nO(h . . . 1 (SO 61\U.COUUs.cUHS.SM'RTsnaOTHfR APPARACE Of MV t .
ChltATf r aBiCSTlfll S
Food pach day was all the iioun.liinent .las McIItich .. .. .. . 1 I "'--
I took and although the baby Oeo Wentworth . . 1 I
' weighed only five pouu J.. It birth he Jacob Kryser .. .. .. .. . 1 'Ili.The of Shorthand, Typewriting; and Literature.
; weighed; twelve and one-h ilf pound* IVnsacola Livery Stable . 1 THAN AMY OTHER LAUMOHYSmUl W GRAND Now is the time to enter school and prepare for a lucrative position. N

at three mouths and at four Monthstiften Mrs I:. M. Anderson . . . 1 NEW ORLEANS COFFEE C0= ;i vacation. Night and day sessions!
: pound.ow be weighs
twenty-three pound The committee will continue its PROPRIETORS 4th of July PicnicAND

' "About three weeks: ago the little : woik daily and the members expe't NLWORLEANS.US.A. GUAM) EXCLUSION I, CRAND EXCURSION.To
. fellow suddenly whined himself 1
f to secure at least J2.MO: in foubHrp:
. much to our -uprise. I tried him on
{(lw'-* milk but he would not hiveit. tines by next Monday night Th Best Laundry Starchon

, I then tried a certain baby food. work i; one to hick e\ery i fist n-, the Market. CELEBRATIONAT

; then another but he would have man who ("an afford to do st shun .

II 11 UTtther.him but I remembering felt very anxious experimentIng about- subscribe liberalr.QUARANTINE! NO BOILING NECESSARY.

with another boy with roilum 1 BluffBY

gave him some which be drauk with I The only Starch Manufactured I Magnolia To Greenville, Montgomery and Mobile and New' Orleans Mon

, l the greatest relish. It agreed with Birmingham Saturday night July 5, i I I day July Hth, leaving Union Depot
I him perfectly, so he lived on it for ir) the South, THE I l'ji/2, leaving Union depot at 10:30 Monday morning at 11:30 o'clock

one week. Since then he has learned Help Build up a o'clock on special excursion train. sharp. Fare for round trip: T
c t to eat a little other food but he INVESTIGATION K. Returning, leave "
, 1 K,3- Birmingham: Mon- Mobile, tl.50; to New Orleans, $I.!);
prefers Postuni Cotlee to anytnin day at 10:30a.m. and Montgomery From Cantonment and sam
else, and looks perfectly delighted SOUTHERN INDUSTRY. MYSTIC ASSOCIATION.Watch at 2 p. m. This may probably be the as Pensacola. A special rate will bo
when he sees me coming with it. I I last: two-day excursion going north. made from Milton to Pensacola t
slid the other morning, 'I wish the Chairman W. A. Blount has called for Grand Street Paradeat Coffee and refreshments will be connect with this excursion. Ko-
Postum Company could see baby a meeting of the joint quarantine served on the train, gbing and re turning leave New Orleans Wedne-
drink their cotlee, it would certainly investigating committee for 7 o'clock: 10 a. m. turning. Fare for round trip, to day morning at 11:30 o'clock and
please: them." It agrees with Lira ; See Posters for Full Details Greenville and Montgomery, $260 Mobile
Wednesday afternoon at i
BO perfectly that I shall continue to I Wednesday evening, July 2, at Save by buying to Birmingham $3.50. From Can- I o'clock. Coffee and refreshments
have him drink it to his heart's con- 'I which time the subcommitteewill Hooey furniture A handsome the: prize will the be given to tonment and Century same as Pen- will be served on train returning
lady selling
tent. I don't like to have my name make its final report. This is a your greatest sacola. For further information apply Purchase tickets at ticket office.
number of
' tickets.
printed, but you can": say I am a I question of vital importance to this at Marston $ Quina'sGreat to For further information apply itROBT.
Cong pastor's wife. Name and address Furniture Empo- Admission including fare 35c ROBT. KiNO OrPETEBTHOMAS KING or
and member
given by Postum Co., Battle port every of this joint ; P.
Creek, Mich. committee should attend. rium. Children, 25c. Excursion Managers I I I I __ Excursion Managers.,



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