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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 28, 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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tt't Special : News:

Special to tile -e'll's. I

'' ', :-: I Atlanta, June 27.-Report freely cir REBELS HOLD dates : 2b. A bulletin PRESIDENT MITCHELL
and fast
I 'i i i tulated In the railroad world has :t

# .. l"t: the Central of Georgia! railway iso settled h3m Palace at ILLINOIS
t be wiped off the map and the lings by the : announces as i
--' rL composing it divided between the The ,
i iUnn.
Mr.Uenrlstte C. Olberg:Albert Lea, Southern and the Georgia Southern la L: B. Special to The Dally News '

| and Florida, while the Atlantic. Valdosta to The News. known i a good night; his
New York, June 27.-A train carrying Wilkesbarre, Pa., July 2S.-The
.. and Western is also to be given :
Mrs. Bowen wife of the American grove is maintained. announcement that President Mitch-
to the latter road.
Mrs Henriette C.Olberg superintendent general
minister, the Spanish minister,
Fits and Hemp Exhibition at the Another version of the consolidation and we now consider ell would leave for the West late
Senor Ayala and his wife and others
writes from Albert story is that the Georgia South
Omaha who were going from Caracas to La fore of clanger.:; His this afternoon came as a surprise at ,
Lea, Minn., as follows: ern and Florida and the Atlantic Valdosta -
"This spring I contracted an aggn and Western are to be merged Guayra to take breakfast on board the it was is satisfactory, but the strike headquarters today; as itwas
United States cruiser Cincinnati, hAt ha said!
tttlngcold. having bun exposed to the with the Central of Georgia. not expected that he would
been held up and searched by armed "Yes, however, still
damp weather. Catarrh of my throai No confirmation could be obtainedof revolutionists, who upturN aura! leave until the event of the Indian

end head followed, which persisted In either rumor neither does any one attention. Under
of President Cutro's high officers tad of apolis convention.
profess to know when the changeswill
remaining, notwithstanding applied Important documents, cables the Wlllematadt nation circumstances
that the It is said President Mitchell leaves
go into effect, but one or
tb* usual remedies. Curacao dispatch to the I have
the papers, I decided to try it and soon above will be consummate is confidently William W. Russell secretary of the meat be protracted. matters with the Union officials in
found that all that has been said of your believed by the majority o! tie
legation conferred with the
mi-theme la suoh eaves is true. railroad men of Atlanta. not bulletins will Illinois, and will return Wednesdayor
revolutionists who guaranteed absolute Other
with the ...tisfaeto For a long time It has been known
"I am pleaded Thursday.
very safety for M... Bowen and her for .
>ry rw.ult obtained from using Peruna, that the Southern owns a controlling --
party, whom was Lieutenant
un entirely well, and cuuiider it a most Interest In both the Central of Georgia now i ) "LISTER, EXCHANClOF
Commander J. C. Gilmore, of Philippine flee to
Talu blo family medtcln." I and the Georgia Southern and

IirXUIETTE: C. OLBERO. Florida. Recently it acquired a controlling fame. be "r- IITH,
On the arrival of the train at La-
Summer colds require prompt treat I !Interest In the Atlantic Valdosta I "IiAKIXG, RAILROAD PROPERTYSpecial
Guayra the captains of the Cincinnatiand
tntnt. They are always grave, and and Western. That these three I
the Topeka raised the Spanish ensign | "BARLOW
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sometimes dangerous. The prompt. corporations, all of which are owned
and gaan official salute to the NEW
ness and surety with which Peruna'''I by the Southern will be operated separately Spanish minister. I "TREVES." to The Daily! News:

acts In these cases has saved many'i much longer seems out of the

lives. A large dose of Peruna 5houldtalt..n Question\ to those who hate watched 1 I II I New York, June -''%.-It is reportedon

t be at the drat app.'araaee of a cold I, the pro r8U of ralroad! consolidationIn I GHAS. BROADWAY i II Wall street today that the Pennsylvania .

in summer, followi-d by small and oft- recent years. I 1 HOLDS railway line has acquired

fllI"'atOO done There i* no other remedy controlling interest in the Htaten

thA\ medical! science rail furnish, eo ROUSE'S WILL Special !I AND GAYNOR Inland; Rapid Transit Company and

reliable and quick in its action a Ferry route
The P ruua Medicine Com- IOPELIKA new :
l between New York and Staten
pany, Columbus, Ohio for a fr*>. book who
LINE Special toThe News.Waxahatchie eJ Island
entitled "Summer Catarrh," which : AUBURN i murder )' News.
Tex., June 27.-=-A
treats of the catarrhal d1reaaee peculiar 1 I copy Raitroacf Hands.
of the will of the late Charles Broadway filed July 23.Home sur Changes ..
to summer. Knoxville June .-The Ohio rir
Rouse of New York, has been deposited JUd in admin.
Special to The News er and Charleston railroad, extendingfrom
in the county clerk's office to
hearing in reference to the Johnson City. Tenn.. to Huntdali T
Opellka., Ala. Jane 21.-.1. )party of be recorded. i

BOY DROWNEDAT Boston capitalists have employed an The will is a lengthy document and be held Canadian authorities N. C., has been sold to the Southern
on I- and Western railroad, of which Geo.L. .
attorney to secure for them a franchise
disposes property of the estimate The of the extradite
for an electric car line throughthe value of $1,500.000 or more. Cash all.'S Carter of Bristol is pre !J.1pnt. ThS
ground of Green and Oay- purchasing authorizes the Is.
COLUMBUS streets of Opt>Uka and Auburn. bequests to the amount of $414.500 ara company
to the in Savannah sue of $1100.000 bonds, with which to
They have secured an option on the made and $32,500 containing annul
At the
Wright's mill! property, which i is ono ties are devised by the instrument. urged of defrauding: the complete the construction already bo

"':'IM jai lu 'f.:.' Vi.y: : News: of the most beautiful scenic spots in The mercantile business,, buildings> .. gun. It ill underwood to be the plan
for the road to connect the Virginiacoal
the south.A .
etc., of the deceased are left to his
rin: (Ja.. Mime 27.-The wafTR vast tract of land will be laid oft have resorted to by the e fleW with North Carolina points.
f ,',.. son. Peter W. Rouse, and daughter, 1-rfVs
"> Chattahoochee swallowedup
Into parks tf the plan goes through!; Virginia Duane Lea Jointly with apro"ision e to resist their
an ':ner iit-tim yesterday after Decree Closes
and an elegant hotel will be built! Religious Institutions.
that, should the son elect, h, gallon: authorities in this
r ion Malcolm! McDonald, a 14-year- i Paris, June 2i.-At a cabinet .
which wilt bo used as a summer andwlntt'r shall have the exclusive control, management new meeting
Ul as unusual held at the Elysee this
resort for northern pt
1 McDonald.. : boy and several corn wholA enterprise 1* to be conducted on paying to the daughter the sum of a$ i* the delay i in morning President! Loubet signed/; a

ii .n" were in bathing In the rlvr-r a \ast !\raltTht' road leading to the $ 5OtjO per annum.CHINESE prima authorities. decree closing the religious institutions

"eat thi% south coa.mnni when theon stream that furnishes water power I[ which hate not complied with

; saw; McDonald sink. He drowned: runs at an. angle of 45 degrees for a 1 the prisoners are out- the provisions! of the law oTas80fl l.r-

1 ed>.re. h could! bit reacuM. The bov'sr mile and at the foot of It the brlJgo RIOTERS i belief that they will JS; :' One hundred and thirty estatelishmwits !
\ ran reeovPred ;some hours later. I 11
over the stream is a hundred feet from ; are involved. Instructlonfon
tb.9 Canadian
T' : Up by
I' ma'aesthe third person who the water so that the possibilities for the subset were sent to the various

'- *. .'n drowned here thi week two a vast water power are unlimited. A DESTROY MISSIONSpecial : the outcome f in prefectures this aFternoon.

i I. iring! lost their lives atorth dam 400 feet long and 100 feet high I interest. i iI .......
1'r arts on Iat; Monday v
would give enough electric power'torun Interest and Dividendd
Special : here that the gov Payment.
every street car and light every to The Daily News: I I New York June 27.-A compilation
make the delay in
HAMMOND GETS town and city in Alabama. Pekin, June 27.-The viceroy of the : freight I of interest and dividend payments t That the capitalists have fort'wIn prisoners the sub-
a (
province of Szeh Chuan, has notified Shore be m&In! July, published by the

their option there is no doubt, ant th.. government that the Americanand I, to the Ca- Journal of Commerce, shows that the
that it Is one of the most importantmoves engine !
16 YEARS IN PEN British mission buildings at Tien north through the total disbursements this season will
!in the of development
way run ahead of last
Ku Chao have been destroyed by a of year's large; total
made in Alabama in. time is jury : *. )
a long
apparent and break all .
mob, and that a missionary has been records. Dividends !

ai :i, T.i.dew.. murdered. His name and nationalitywere Bay : (: that the Ca on railroad securities show an

not reported. An Imperial edict body. of justice the !Increase over the same period last

.M.ant: *. June 27-A corisent verdict orders the extermination of the ri. year of $2.137.000.: while Industrial dl

nuntary! manslaughter wail reach. PHILLIPINE otors. engine attorney-general of vidends show a shrinkage of M,619.

11 .v >r*rday In the ra.e of Tom Han- Several of the l leaders of the outbreak of the law firm ()OO. The latter is attributed largely

-' 1 the negro charred with tho BILL PASSED are reported to have been be and I for the prisoners to the disappearance of several large

.' !'cr >f Policeman R H. DeBray. on headed. Apparently this was an au The I copper companies from the list

Df. 'if last year, and the prisoner --
ti-indranity rising like those which of Trouble Santisge

w* "n-nced' to a terra of sixteen Special to The>'e"!. have occurred elsewhere in China No .
x ears IT, th. p''nlt.ntlary. Ike Hani'uf Santiago Cuba June 27.-The
Washington. June 27.-Last night no
Oscar Hammond and Jim Ed Yellow Fever Scourges Mexican Town I' TODAY ports circulated in the United Sta elf I
at the end of the nine-hour session,
stn the other three negroes imp|. Laredo. Tex.. June 27.-A Coarxacoalcos. New by a news agency of great agitation :.,
and of debate and day
a lasting night
cit. i !in the killing! were released on }Mexico special says: The bridge i, here among the negro element whit
for a week, the house passed the Phil
'r e: .! own recognizance, which meansh yellow fever epidemic which has been Central i News: were said to be demanding that the
'. liplnes civil government bill pracU
.a < races ajdinst them will be racing here since the early sprint:: lapsed revolutionary army be paid and approving .
tally &a It came from the com mitt >. d.-A treaty provid .
'I .1ed.' The
trill l developed no eve shows no signs! of abating The death going of General Bandera's plan of
It was a party vote, 14197. with the
: against them. rate is not high but some of the me at from proclamation of an taking to the woods, are IncorrectThe
of Masiachu.setts .
exception of Mr. McCall,
prominent people of the city have succumbed train Germany, Austria,, city and the province of SantIAgo I
who voted with the Democrats.
Aim of Farmer Was Deadly. during the past 1\'f'?k. Four shallow Italy known the are absolutely quiets
Oi. The minority substitute for the establishment
!"oa. Oa, June n.-H. H. Harris! prominent Americans, Mr. and Mrs but no .
farmer who redes 1 mile north of of a temporary government J. K. French. H. T. French and E. H. at Berlin Americans Tn Cuba Ask Aid. J{ :

iaon had an altercation with two i !I in the islands and their permanent independence Brown are among the dead. Mr. I Imperial Chancellor New Yo)k. June 27.-Hundreds of f

O'jro**, Albert Stith and Ed Brown, I as soon as a stable Keminent Brown was well known In railroad ; the Austrian Indigent Americans now in the lilted : I

who ware !I could be established was defeated are petitioning the'minister for aid
employed by him. The trouW4 circles In Mexico. He came her from Morgan ,
started in the field and all parti'"s'' by 95 to 136. Ea Pa.o, Tex He haves aa orphan Von Czogveoy says a dispatch to the Herald from I

went to their home, armed themselves The debate during the day was at daughter. Phillips Italian ambassador, Havana. This prompted Minister

wt.huna tend plotoU.! They met at times of a lively! character. The Democrats live, at Busca. The alliance Sulrea to call a meeting of the Am r-
the house of Mr. Harris and the offered a multitude of amends Of what does a bad taste in your learns IB the legation, when liberal

w un. resulting! in the Instant kill meats but all were voted down, in mouth remind you? It indicatesthat its original form. BUbsorlpUoos were made to land tb

ng of Smith aid fatally wounding of eluding ona offered by Mr. Patterson, your stomach is in bad condi- Enemies needy Americans. to.the..-tlI.Jted. .StaU. "
Browi. Mr. Harris of Tennessee, to prohibit slavery or Foot "
escaped unhurt tion and will remind you that thereis baby NAVAL STORES MAUKET.
involuntary servitude in the islands. is the worst.
nothing so good for such a disorder heat effective must be -
Railroad Man Suicides. i : Reported Dally for The News by
as Chamberlain's Stomach & vomiting, purging
Eagle Pus, Tex.. June 27.-Oeorg* One Bottle of Burnett's Vanilla Extract is Sold that the dis Union Naval Store Co
Liver Tablets after having once
Van Houtea, on* of. the best rallroaj better than three of the doubtful afox combat it with Perry aosiir.
sea In used them. They cleanse and invigorate WW __.__.1:1 10 H.u7a
; Tens hM
ommltted suicide kind. Though costing a few cents the stomach and All bowel troub W9___....._. w I..)
IT shgat.i:,. He pomp to Texas from more per bottle, its purity and great regulatethe The a, cholera N.- E Yi T--....-.__ 1 Si I
tiny York With tie prom" tm of the bowels. For sale at 25 cents per goods overcome by Pain __ ,, K___i 1 25!
Southern strength make it the most economical box by all druggists and medicine found health-ptomot lr ___ tea D___ l a
r&cl400 L YRl
dealers. C.belowl
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Precautions Taken To Protect Town ,
A* Remit of Postponement of Local When the conjurer shows an empty hat, .
i Coronation Festivities.New and at once begins to eatract: from it rabbits Recently Invaded by Soldier Mob.

!FOCEAN ffiiPl York. June 27.-That many cabbages, we know that we have Washington June 27.-A mounted is King

been adroitly deceived, because we knowwe patrol for the army post at tFort
persons unreasonably felt aggrieved can't get out anything that isn't in it. the villageof
last night, guarded
< To NEW YORK, BOSTON fc by the postponement! of the local coronation If people would only reason in that slyer containing 4

J 1 A1SD ALL festivities Is shown says a way about medicines J>" Rosslyn. a little hamlet '* Wit.of bottled beers

J EASTERN RESORTS Herald dispatch from London by the I I they wouldbe ? many saloons located on the Virginia ,

t t"I tt fact that disturbances have occurred a great deal side of the Potomac river, opposite because of its uniform
better off in \Veet Washington.
In different parts of England. A
,.. Q health and pocket. Wednesday night there WAS trouble
i crowd gathered In the street! of Wat- A number of excellence.
I who
}:4 i OCEAN STEAMSHIP COMPANYLOWRATES : JJ ford and windows in the house of the so called "bloodmating" between Saloon Keeper Geary

ifKiok Smvii-E l chairman of the council were smashed. and runs a dance pavilion. adjoining his Brewed from the best Barley.Malt

30 Ho.,r. of Ocean Breezes". Mounted police charged the crowd. "flesh forming", place at Rossl)n, and some soldiers

k .!) Sailings each Week Considerable rioting was indulged cine"tonic"are medi only from Fort slyer, whom he denied ad- and imported Hops and "lagered"

Jt mittance.
iJ'from Savannah Ca. In at 'Dunstabla.! A protest meeting stimulants in dis C. private in ih" stored for
J was held and the crowd afterward pro. You can'tget Harry Pancoast a ( maturing) until just
1,lie OI.a""I'I"! of till. 'Iular guise. artillery remained behind after hiscompanions
"Jloa'alll III I-I.. rrtu roApl..tIlmrnt.. p r.drl.rLttulndt J ceeded to the residences of the mayor strength out

., .. .10 ....,.;.y"'.'t. l rotn' &I'sSrnwr lulniu' 'I1I""b nretro I'o'int" I"'t" and rector, where amid much hooting of a stimulant because had left and subsequentlywas ) ripe and most Wholesome.
d,4rt r... ,noes. I' 3\.II".I. and lu bmiiibf J strength is found with three bullet wounds
11 Mtur 10 NMT V>rk. windows were smashed. A more was The product eAnheuserBuschBrewingAss'n/
J not in it. All in his back. He is still alive, but ri
'0.,0" a0.1.1t.t.4M.rrl. then made to the Chiltern hills, where
[,e.. arts f0it physical strength dangerously hurt.
I a I. R......Wldd.r bt. ........ Fit J a great coronation bonfire was light-} is derived from Some of his fellow soldiers, incensed
K.a e..H.TkiMicirf Y..w.44 tla. ed contrary to orders. food, and
l ; "" ..aJ..IIa.L.... N.'..1 ar..t.J.ri.IMSTEAMERILINEtSCHEOULE..fl. digested at his
1 A riot also! occurred in Pemel assimilated and shooting proceeded toGl'a.r"s
txxlt St. Louis U. S.
sf Ir7t c'Jf" xx JII A.
It I : stead, owing to the decision of the in; the form of f !p saloon and riddled It with
i bullet Ir, 'rl also e/ Black 6 Tan, AnheuscnStandard. Pile-Lifer,
blood nourishing its inmates fleeing and escaping
coronation committee to sell the beet I
Faust Export Pale EzquldU Mlcbclob and fialtatnni.DANXHEISSER .
I i and provisions obtained for the coronation the entire body. injury. gave that one of them suffered -
Doctor: Pierce'sGolden a slight! flesh wound. BROS. Wholesale
for the poor. The disappointed Medical Dealers, IViisaeola, Fh.

Between 1'rnt.aeola and Slilton-Iloat poor collected In crowds and does The army officers at the post are investigating -

ft Hun Daily Kvtept; Sunday."CITY 'smashed' the windows of the members not Discovery make blood or make strength, no the occurrence and have 1-trouble On the first indication of kidney Rubber hose, all sizes, at
it taking
stop by Foley'sKidney "
medicine do that. But it does taken measures to prevent further I .
OF TAMPA. f the committee. can cure
i Cure. W. A. D'Alemberte, the Willis Hardware Co
diseases of the stomach and its allied trouble. *
At Newton,
f Montgomry; the 121 1 b. Palafox. ---
L* Milton H'tiBin: LvP'ncaeOIalLpm and so causing the perfect diges-
commltUe decided to postpone all ( Balsam, from the Northern
ps- Wool
Pt'Dacola.\Ia'am Ar Miltun SCI pmFare'sa tion and assimilation of food it enablesthe
tirltles! indefinitely. Several TEN YEARS IN BED. are in Fyny-Baiaam.: Ue ccnaj wee fur
: Hound trip.f1' I. residents building of the body in sound andvigorous w"f..I.

t<"lcg of the opinion that the children health. R. A. Gray, J. P., Oikville, Ind.. You will have pride in you tWI

should not b8 disappointed, requested "I can <.y to you one bottle of your Golden writes: "For ten years I was confined ( /I'filfr/ !flower gardens if they are on .- '*

Elected Captain of Harvard Crew. I tho chairman of the district council Medical co\fry' has cured me sound and to my bed with disease of the own ground. Your husband caiib >
t well, after snilrtinif two long years with "tornach It that I This sign"tar is on every box t! ._. gut:;!:( home
kidneys. was so severe and he do .
New London Conn.. June 27. William to ) ." can now <.
i convene a public meeting to 'oniII1- disea1* wntes W. H Brawell of )rcA,1 n.11I.Ga.tonCo '' xative Bromo '
could not move part of the time. I -Quinine though he may think otiierw
\ SC.lyhralthisworth all the
James, Jr., of Cambridge, the This
; er matter. he
was refund to 30.f .
world to me I will praise you as long! as I lice.* consulted the vel'best medical i the reiuedy that cure a cold In one day.yill)1iIF'F:1tT. Every woman want a hon >*
I today elected captain of Harvard Tart f \Vhen the chairman emerged; from The People's Common Sense Medical skill available, but could gret no relief own, and if she will have a talk wu

i sity crew He rowed bow this year i the committee meeting he was hooted Adviser a book containing look pages, until Foley's Kiiney: Care was !; : Thus. C. Watson & Co.-

: :' 11 and !is a 1903 man Hp I is a son of Pro- : by a large crowd. He took refuge; !nan is given away. Send 21 one-cent sumps i recommended to me. It has been a 1! The undersigned takethis method leading Real Estate: Ajre'K! ,, : tot
( t William James the of mailing only, for the bookin i! Godsend to me." W. A. D'Alem-
fMsor physiologist ifHarvard inn which was immediately sur- expense ,i of offering her services as aI can show her how ea-y it ,- iione. .
; covers, or for the volume berte, 121 !South Palafox.
roundod by hundreds of persons paper 31 stamps j I first-cla s licenced midwife having : .
I bound in cloth. Address Dr. R. V.
I I I had 35 year< experience.Can -
, ,r President Returns to Capital. Reid Will Close Special Embassy. Pierce Buffalo N". Y. + give best of references from j!I Buy a new garden h M

I Waahington. June 27.-President I London June 27.-Thp United Stales - -- -- PUBLICITY FOR leading physician of this city. ;!: from the Willis Hardware
Roose\elt and party arrived in Washington : MRS. M. OIUDENS,

on a special train over the eperial ambassador.'hihlaw Re.d. MAY WEDS DECEMBER Jltf 114 south DeVillier St. I II!I
and Mrs. Reid called)! by appointment i Company.
Pennsylvania! railroad at 10:35 this i TNEPEOPLEt-
on the Prlno and Princess of Wales --
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Cnorninj. Groom of 70 Takes Unto Hlmeei! <
this afternoon to take official leave ',', i Every Word Costs You a Cent

I their royal highnesses 11 Ir, Reid rill! Raleigh June 14. was received and Every Word is Head D R. M oFF ETT'S

I now cloie up the special" embassy and ,
IH ii\\\iit.sioo.: here from Morrisvllle the By Everybody.MONJJV; .
i go to Portsmouth to visit Rear Admiral
The reader- thi. paper will he shows Cupid has not barn idle there e.. ... - _.1
plea--d t"l..anl that thnv i-at lea-t Arnt S. CrowninyhipM, rommander -': lip\ witnessed there!: the union oj! I.I :M'O: J :;:;;;;. A

in chief of the European Ftat- .. .. .. .. ... .. .. . .
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rue .ri"lIt'e'1JI. losing! hearts, the groom. JohrHart. :
Uon on the United States !
< been ahlt l to cure it: all;: ; flagship Il .-<.II. being a man 70 years olJ I MOXKV TO LOAN-On household furnl- TEETHING(
I linois. horses cows and till kinds of per- POWDERS?)
nnd that i i'catarrh. llall'i Catarrh I while the bride who was pretty Miss ionftl property. Terms racy Htrictest I
I Hattte Poston.' is only 14 of secrecy R; ararteed. Apply to A. A. Jo'isber'j BLACK: FiY49Ark.ret4l.L" L
. Cure I ithe only positive cure nowxiiown I years age f'tlj! mouth Palafox street.MONEY Rev.].WBerryoiArktt fa.betbodletCoeferepee.writes'i"Eecburdandefcents for.hl,b iilriu cc
Leads Them All j The )parents of the brld'Itnt's'l'! t..o pmrkickt of"TttTHI-NA werrodcrbo"aebueraiceArhddrmanbouuL7hentberdayaladt
. to the ihedical fraternity I I I I Jwdrtarntaapakarewdilcame I atamotopporlaoeameourbabe .ui
a"'''OUI oo,6uer6ub .J
tf Catarrh lin titutinual tlifctt i "One Minute Coujh Cure beats all 1! 'the solemnizing of the nuptials anj TO LEND on improved real 1'1- b"n in bad condition for dare and nothing tla.e gate did any (*'>.(! toe ercond d"le i>( "IF.KTHIN .it,
a con- 'the large or small amounts at low ftrfert relief and he h... had no lurtbtr Unable. Other member t>f Wn Umily bare used: it and cry& uiI
.. other medicines I ever tried for major of the town officiated. been
require a tr atiieut. i rates of Interest. Call on Leslie E. I *perfect mcctsi.

: \ Hall'-. CatarrliCure is taken i( coughs, colds croup and throat and attorney at law, 2iX'! !{ IS. Palatal tit..Hrooks'l I I

internally, acting; directly ujioii theMood lung' treubles," says D. Scott Currinof I Spring Fever. building. |BOYS and GIRLS !T Po you wish to make a hUh i rmoupy
' ami dutlngfpare moments
mucoii surfaceof the ,
Logantou, Pa. One Spring fever i is another name for do ,
Minute Cough so. you can rcmlily ho bvt
tyt-tein, tlnreliy' dr-trlluthefuuu; '; biliousness It is more serious tbaa MOSEY TO-UAL'-lloyon need money ing our "Blueine." 1U per rent, commission on all al.._. An lndl>-pt-ii'able Mrticli
dation the di-vJM.', IUd giving} the Cure is the only absolutely! safe most people think A torpid lireand y to-day on easiest borrow terms any and amount lowest you want rates household u.... Kvery lady igdcllprmil "bt-n they see It. One that mokes tie r,
fatieiit t ruth by building up the cough; remt'dw'hich act* imvnediattly. inactive bowels i anywhere obtalDab'e,on :ruproved city real Blu..I..r you ever used in 111.ab.. Write today before jour territory 1M taken .\
mean a poisoned some one else, and will! tend
me return mail dozen
Mother by one package "Blueint
i-oii-titutioi an.l everywhere testify estate-from Wm. }Fisher booth 'Pala.
: in XHft
at-iVtinj nature
'i system, If neglected, serious illness fox When you have sold them, return us Mr., reta.iiiLg the balance. 4Ur, as j wur conn: i
'to done IntfTK
1 doin it.. work. The proprietorshave the good it has their little follow tlon. Do not delay but write at once
may nch -
'-41 niiu-h faith in it-curative ': one Croup is eo sudden in its at- symptoms.DeWitt's -- AIIttI'f'IotGI.ta.X'1.\\l't.\(1l'HI\G: CO. Prpc. C IS Ibis ii l. l'hlla.I'a
Little Early Risers YOU WANT TO BORROW
remove MONEY
I Dollar,. that they oiler One Hundred |,, tack* that the doctor often arrive* all danger by stimulating the liver, I 1 Invest money. Insure your property pro- -
-> for any ('a... that it fail- to too late. It yields at once to One opening the bowels and enreabBtracts of title, buy or bell real estate -
lure. Send for lit of tetimoitiaNAddre ,, :Minute Cough Cure. Pleasant totakp. the of cleansing rent property of any description have ROYAL STANDARD \\THISKEY\\
system impurities?. Hafe rents collected
,. Children like it. sure pills I' or your tares attended to,
F. J.l'IUHj- Co., :I cure Never gripp. "I have taken De- sail on or address Thos. C. Watson A Co.
Toledo, O. for grip bronchitis coughs. H arg-is' Witfs Little Early Risers; for Real Kstate! and Insurance agents. Pentaeola. -

tr ..ld by Irun'fi-. i;c. Kahn.Pharmacy, Johu eheppard, Sidney j every spring for years," writes torpiJlinr I i who.buys Kla. a Charges lot from we will To lend everyone money 8 Years Old, in Cases of 4 Full Quarts at S3.20 per case

I R. M. Everly, Moundsville W. \.a.1| with which to build a house gd-tt 1

1 "They do me more good than any- Ir-
is thewell' Health: of Troops in Philippines. thin;? I have ever tried'.'' HargiV i 1 j I iL.oci"ri. H : is distilled at the Nelson Co

The Happy Home .. .. _L Ky., Distillery and i is fully matured in wocd
I Wahlrgton.! Juno 27.-.Surgeon Pharmacy John Sheppard: Sidney -- ----- ----- -------- -
rI General Forwood has Kahn. MISS KKATRICK WHITE will continue before bottling it ii absolutely pure and not excelled
received a report ( elocution through the summer
I months the school << ii quality by any Whiskey of the same age
b furnished home. Marston from Lieutenant in unday room of
Colonel C. Li the I'nlversaliit church assisted by Mis" no matter where produced. The Royal !Standard

$ Quina can supply i i Hi* man. chief surgeon division of O.A.BTOB.J.A. ;' Olga White, who ban recently returned is eight years old when bottled and, considering; ;
you the Bears the 1e Kurd Y'ia' Pall A'3)S, Ssugti! i i i from school. In connection with the elo-
in its excellent is the
with all needed in the regard to the health! I ration they will teach a summer school quality cheapest whiskey ID
way of the troops in the archipelago for BnatnreOf 11+-# beglnnlnqtondeyJur.r ::i. They have aUo. the market at that price. As a beverage, and ad

of house furnishings at the the month fnd, "d May 15. last Ac- i| a secured talented the artist services who of .Mi'-s will give Frame lessons I I I an absolutely pure stimulant, there is none better

lowest prices cash or credit. j cording to It the percentage of the sick sketching and penmanship to their regular Shipped in cases containing no marks whatever t
1 indicate contents. If
pupils. Soextrachargee ll'j''w purchaser, upon exainimuv
Is the lowest jet reached in the divi I IF YOU ARE the whiskey is not satisfied with the quality m-

sion. fiOl pr rent as compared with UOAn'ANTIU, can return the same at our expense and money

Lightweight Wrestlers Compete. | 1>.34 per rent the previous month. A LOOKING FOR ------ will be refunded.All .

Spokane \Ya"hn Juue l7! ,-H. Max :, lar?* increase is reported in the numb -'; BARGAINSI!I 1"A gentlemen.TJof-TAble: Central board location by five prefer-young orders should be accompanied by either

Wiley, of :New York. and Earnr t
!Maxwell of Toronto. lightweight :j from disease." The Increase in theformer II II I I A. B.C.. care tits NF\\S. ssjitI'O I press money order. We refer to First Nations

For the next ten days I will sellyou Bank or anmerchant. in Pensacola.
champion wrestler :n their respectivacountrie class was due : .
| largely to the l I 1 6 PiA1ai.if .
*. have battled before the Spo- j battle at Ha)an, Mindanao! and in the any article now in stock at a I I

kane Athletic club for the championship 1 latter class to holera. discount of 25+ cent from the L ic.\\J;; will have a carload of -- S. A. FRIEDMAN
per -
.. regular .1l fine ones Wednesday, July :a. ,
of North America. Wi1 t 1
y won I| ; price. Think of it-you will are from our farm at Athens Ala., / Tbl'1
taking two straight falls, catch ': have young! calves. !:Several ..
naratchcan. j 1 Sated From an Avtlul Fate save $i j on a diamond ring or pin full-blooded Jer-eys. This stock SOLE PROPRIETOR, PENSACOLA. FLA.
i seen at our residence on East Hill. Will
i where at .
regular it would
"Everybody I had consume- price cost Welles. 24Jlw j r.

tion," writes :Mrs. A. M. Shields of $1 ltiO!( See ; you save 25; cents on !I H / a P. O. BOX -11$. TKLKI'HOXK; 179
A Real Friend. L"OR HALE-The most desirable loti In /
Chambersburg, Pa., "I low every dollar's worth you buy. Now
was so I' the city on easy terms by the Fisher q
suffered from
.1."I dyspepsia" and indigestion after six months of severe !sickness, 'is the time to buy your diamonds or street.Real Estate Agency 204!{ south Fatafoz ..t a.A.ralflMA.............%. Lw I handle every class of Liquors sold, lr
for fifteen W. lalm
years says caused by Hay Fever and Asthma, watch or any other article in stock -- bulk or bottle wholesale or retail at prices thai

T. Bturdevantof Merry Oak, N. c.1 that few thought I could get well, Call "or ItertI. are way down.
cheap. and
J After I had tried many doctors and I but I learned of the marvelous merit very examinegoods. -"'- ...............----.--
Remember, this offer is foronly AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER.
medicines to no avail: one of my I i of Dr. King New Discovery for 0=" 1-.KTWUnicely furnlsded roomi at _.
j' Consumption used it, and was coin ten days. No trouble to ;show :HoutU Spring street. alltt
.. friends persuaded me to try Kodol. ------
-- -- --- --
pletely cured. For desperate Throatand i ii goods J. i. :STEPHEN'S ------ -
tcyl' ;; It gave immediate relief. "l can eat i'i i Lung Disease; it i is the safest Help 'VtuflcdlnIe.'ASTEUMen WICKEStCO.
almost I want and street
anything now my : .
cure in the world, and is infallible -
il digestion is good. I cheerfully'for Cough, Colds and Bronchial 1 -- \\ to learn barber trade;
-' recommend Kodol. Don't try to ', \ \ epleadul chance offered now by shorthand
Atfections. Guaranteed bottles &0c. I ICASTORIA thorough method eight weeks re-
cure stomach trouble by dieting and $LuU. Trial bottles free at \V, A. i!quired. Steady practice, expert'cuft.s Plumber Gas and Steam Fitter
That only further weakens the sys D'Alemberte'g,121 South Palafox. tool presented wages t*' lurdaya. ,
1 positions Write
tem. You need wholesome, strengthening : today.
Moler Barber
Colltge Orleans La.
food. Kodol enables
assimilate what you eat by you digest to I!i Forest Fires Threaten Disaster For Infants and Children. J-ltt ,I, No. i South Pslafoz Street.All .

4 ing it without the stomach's aid. Durango, Colo.. June ;.-The forest The Kind \\fANTKD-A good solicitor; will pay Kinds oi: Plumbing; and Gas Fittings Materials Kept on Hand
I You Have Always Bough 1) good commission to right one. Address .
Hari Pharmacy. John :Sheppard fires up LJghtner creek are still raging! H., care this office. tndtANTEpFive 1CT.vnJfJ:1: inn "ersfe tnrlf A FTa.At.

"'idnt'Kahn.. I and flames are rapidly working nortt Bears theSignature '
'\ A"tiTE U.

ward. A herd of several thousanl of i I ...... .....
i iN
Builder of Battleship Maine Dies. - -- I
sheep are hemmed at the upper er.d : Avery
>w York. JuneWilliam: !:; Line j jMlntonve. \\ young; men from Ksi .
vp i of the cannon and the entire district I i, 1 cambia county at once to prepare for i>
natal,>r.,tru'h'r, l', S.N, will l i;, position in tho Government Venice.p- '
>e destroyed. The fire
on ply to Inter-Btate Corre: Inst.. Cedar: Rap- '
retired, who sui*>rvi!! t'.on of the ill fated battleship! Main: I city i is at J. I. Stephens', Go look 17jlOl'I i
w and a woman and four children had a 1 them. 'jfUltl:1PANTFUbys willing IVyear- ', IMPORTER AND JOBBER
:it OF
at the Brooklyn na"arli.. I Is i narrow escape near the Teller mine. \ 't11'est old boy You'll Und him at No. t.j

dead at hif! home in Brooklyn Hi'j; They had to he carried to places olsafety 1 / wish ; Uarden_ strert. __jlitfrANTKUAll Ij I I

' was born in New York city 73 yean by the rf'\Its. / you the very best. \\ kIDO o' empty beer : HARDWARE

ago. and entered the naval service ir | : ice cream freezer at thevery :, ->-V boitlui.--8.A.--"al.II..ul.-- -- -----nonti. j:

) 181i9.! He became a naval construe i' lowest price the i Ajtt'n..a".I..
Willis I
Read It in His Newspaper. ; Iron Nails, Axes, Shovels. Saw Mill and !
tor in 1S<9. and retired! threw yeas \ ---- -"' -- I Steamboat
later. At the tim of the spans j'' George Schaub, a well known Get Hardware Co. can please'' \\TASTKU-Trustworthy person in each I Supplies Cooking and Heating Stoves, Paint Oils
\ \ county to manage business,old estah- I Illshed Window Glass
i Gun
i war he returned to the navy and dI.j man citizen of New Lebanon. Ohio, 1 01a.s > house, solid financial standing;1 Pistols and FHhini? Tackle.

Active duty for two years II i i is a constant reader of the flf(1I/ ---- ,, straight paid by check bona fide each weekly Wednesday cash, with alary all expenses lit Agate and Tinware ana Ilonsefiirnislilns; (Joods.AUEN'S .

I Volkwitiimt. He know that | direct from headquarters; money
j We will launder i
I' your spreads for i t advance: for expen': "s. Manager, :1.llt'al. FOR
How to Avoid Trouble. paper aim to advertise only the 15 cents each and make them look1'' ton Building, Chicago. jT.JrrrHw BIRMINGHAM; ROLLING MILL (;OIPAXY.QRevere ;

I Now is the time to provide yourself J best in its column, and when he !lawChambertin' like uw. Star Laundry. :! -- --- ------ -- -- Giant Stitched Pelting Northampton Emery
1'UUL'1'It1' Wheel Co., Laftin & Rand Powder
Co.. Johnson's Kifsoraine -
and family with a bottle of j Pain Ralm I .
: advertised I -
Iron King and Buck
CA.STOnXA. I I !Stoves! and Ranges, Wm.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera: and 1 therein for lame back he did not SINGLE .COMB.. tlROW 1.IiHUKNYtr Coups & Co.'!! Raw Hide Lace Leather
... Kf J Va Hare rears P"c2 stock and Kg(s for sale. Masury's
Diarrhoea Remedy. It H almost hesinte in buying: a bnttleof it for :: I3'f i''Lt'av..ord..raat Hardwaret'o'5. lfc tf1IA1II Made Railroad Colors.
j thoct
certain to be needed before the sun t- big wife who for eight; week had '

iner I+ over, and If procured now suffered with the mo-t terrible pain* tiOOU**. ,> Masonic Temple. Pensacola. Fla.

way five: you :a trip to town in the i' in her back and could set no retie t i TflSAKAH"BKTRTE-MaTnfactnrer '
night or In your busiest se",son. f-He) sacs: "After u-inr the Pain L>1 and dealer in fair Goods Hats. Toilet I

1, is most everywhere iicce...medicine admitted to in be nefor'the ;f|': Balm, 'I for feel a few as thiueh day* m\' horn;wife aid anew tome ," c8 iitreel.1 =\rtlclei Hall- Oil etc.-a,KV W. Uovernmeot W. B. WRIGHT COfflPAE

e bowel ll1p1.lint.. both for children i and before i i Flowcr'. For l-'uneraln.
] usingthe entire content ... .. .. m
.. ... .. -.... -
and adul No imily afford to - -
s cnn 5f the! bottle the unbearable | rhl lignatare Is en every box of the fenalnei
bn without it. For *ale by all druggist pain"held F'LOWERS FOR FUNERALS fnrnlined MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
,, entirl'ly"ani.h d and he. mnld< ? and medicine dealer ?ain take up her household duties," .he reiued/ that core r cold In Miss Vlolette Moreno, 11211 West br'gory --
one dmj.
phone R*. :{fdlmCU' ;
thankful LATHS
very and hope that: .
Af9TORI8.l4e. i ill juff..rin? likfrwi-e] will hear of : FLU 1tM. rIT .' ,
Ha.P taatt: 9oJrI'' her wonderful Water coolers that do not I
.the recovery. This vain -- -- : -At.
able liniment i* for sale FLOWERS aDd Floral teslgm- SA WED CYPRESS S INGLEHlin.DrieI2IJi!
t t2iif; : bv all drug waste ice, at the Willis CUT'(' designs ordered for customers,, 4W.
7 | ?i.ts and medicine dealers. Hardware Co.'s. I I dies Vlolette )Moreno K8 Welt Gregory,'I i
I phone Adlm PEXBACOLA. FLA."I""I"I' .


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; London Medical Journal Regard Same | "Let the GOLD DUST' twins do your work.

al Very Favorable. \
New York June 27.-The New York For State Senator.
I For County Commissioner.I .
\"KING.OFALLBOTTLED BEER6-' I Medical Journal received today the' The friend of Hon. W. A. IMount
hereby announce myself;;; as a t
him as a candidate
hereby announce
following cable aiipatch from the Lou
SOLD EVERYWHERE. I i for state (Senator from this, the Recond candidate for county commissioner
don Lancet: i Senatorial District, and respectfully from di-trict 4. subject to the actionof

--- "London, Jua< 27.-So far as it la ask the support of all Democrats the voters at the ensuing demo-

FINANCIAL STATEMENTOf teacher's salary . . 40.001 possible yet to say anything definite I for nimat; the coning primary.For cratic primary July 15.
12VJ&V.! M. J. Scott, teach. !; the king's proapecU are distinctly fa rate d S D. W. C. YARBR0I'GH. -.

tie Board of Public Instruction er's salary . . . 30.00 vorable. Thursday WM a good day J Representative.
the Month Ending April 7th, 13734: Miss F. Henderson, l I followed by a fair night, the patient 1 oJ Tbe friends of Scott M. Loftia take For County Commissioner.The .

fci teacher's salary . . 43.00 having refreshing deep. this mean of announcing him as a friends of J. B. Roberts an-
902 13749 Mrs. J.V.. 0-sley. '! candidate for in the nounce him as a candidate for reelection -
. ; Tit. balance . .$ 5,006.33 "The state of the wound la satisfactory Representative
To cash from tax I teacher's salary . . 43.00 Legislature from Escambia county, ns county commissionerfrom ,
\! : 13791 Miss J. Marhall, teach I the discharge healthy the and they desire the support of all District 1, subject to the actionof
rtilkat.-. . . 39.80 Don't use soap far your cleaning.
tax i er's salary! . . . 30.00 I temperature la important as Indicating Democrats in the coming primary.For the democratic primaries July

,4.,'I to! cacti. from. . .year. 166. 6 13S02 Miss E. I... Ray teacher I I' that the occasional pain expert ; 15. They believe that the material
I 's salary . . . 30.00' enced in the wound had no sInister GOLD DUST Reoretentative. interests of the county demand his

4 t,01 If) a-h. .from. .tax. :year. 8,119.55' 13812: Miss J. Roberts: teach I I ftlgniflcanc Nourishment was taken'' The friends of Henry C. Clopton I re-election and they ask the support
er's salary . . . 23.75 and cheerfulness maintained. I' Is more convenient cheaper and: better than Soae announce him as a candidate for of every democrat in securing it.
at It softens bird lessens labor the -- --- ---
I any pnce. water representative in Legislature ,
13773 Miss Lizzie Ellis,
114,032.61 "Tha king has seen and conversed and injures nothing. .
teacher's salary . . 27.001 from Escambia: county, and request ( For County Commissioner.I
I with the Prince of Wales and the of all democrats; in the
Warrants Paid. 13S14 II. B. !:>rrison. teach- J Made: only ty THE N K. FAIRBANK COMPANY support ; announce myself a candidate: for
Credit By Graham. teach- I er's salary . . . 45.00 royal princesses. The queen has via Chicago, New York, Baton St. Loois. coining democratic primary. election as county commissioner for
I II! K: ited the sick man several times. The No. be held
-rai y. . . . .? 123.00; 13702:: Mr Clara Sunday itt.acht'r's | Makers of CVAL FAIRY SOAP. For Representative. district 1, at primary to
teach- \I salary . . 36.00 definite' statements Issued by the July 15th; and ask for the support of
friend of Chas. )1. Cotton announce -
j.alc1hjpt'ars. -- --- -- -- The =
. _.00' 13799:: : Miss I.. Tippin, teach- cet that the bulletins are VlI\\ all democrats.
-alan . . :: Texas Drouth Is BroKen. him as a candidate for representative -
\I-- Lilian Kay. teach- |I er's salary . . . 30.00 that the conditions simply are pt> iu the legislature from LEE DAMELL.- ,
Dallas June 27.-A drouth of su -- ----- -
-tan! . . . . 1;).1,') 13S13 Miss C. McLeod. teach l i.tis, that the right medical opinion'! cambia county and tJ.eak) the For County Commissioner.
. . . 40.00 broken here today by a
i i -, I bin basis teach- i I s-alary has been sought, that the right pro support of all democrats iu the coming -
slow but drizzle. The rata The friends of W. A. Shelby hereby -
,Vary; . . . 23.00:; 13772; Miss F. Barnes, teach- ceedure has been followed and thai! :: steady : primary.For .
x: .-. J. Snyder teach- I t-r's salary . . . :36.00: no symptoms of malignant disease j I i extended rather generally as far south: announce his candidacy commissioner for reelection
13774 r. M. I'ritd.ett teach- as the gulf, but none is reported north! Railroad Commissioner. as county
.r.lry . . . 43.00;
I i:, Allen, teacher's I er's salary . . . 43/:; >o are present have much reassured the !I and east. It is too late to materially! Recognizing; fully Ue rights of the from district, the 3 action of Escambia of the!
county subject
public. At today the wound Is
. . . 20.00M 112liss; 1'aulir.e Keese noon ,: aid the corn crop but will help cot farmers and producers to more con- democratic primaries July 15, and
I tl'adler'l salary . . 50.oo1374S comfortable and the general condition '' sideration at the hands of the Flor
I. K. Stewart 'ton. Noon reports from Grand Saline I solicit ak for him the hearty support of all
salary . . 33.00; Miss Ka! Clubbsteach-. less anxious. ida Railroad Commie-ion, democrat.
I j f-r's salary . . . 43.!"" | report a heagale and water the support of all Democrats who -
\1! \. L. Adams. Distillery '! over banks of river. There was big! of the declaration of principles -
13739: : Mrs. K L. Keaton, Large ; approve
-alary . . 43.00: For County Commissioner.
i : I I teacher's salary . . 3o.0u Chattanooga, June 27.-The Chattanooga wind and water at Galveston all last set forth ill my platform.

.\1.-s I II. (S. \\Vutworth. . . 43.00 ''l77. ; !> Miss Stella Lowell distillery, with a capital of night; and today and wire connpctloi Copies of platform: sent to any one After due consideration I appealto
.i i salary
Wet Palm Beach friends and the democratic -
K.Ventworth j i I teacher's salary . . 3'J.OO' about has been organize I with that city was lost at 12 o'clock addressing me at my many
Mi-- !. Fla. R. HUDSON' BURR. voters as a candidate for the
\.1'" B salary . . 43.00; 137C:: Miss Bertha Coker hire by J. S. Cannon. H. C. Abercrombie. office of county commissioner from
er's salary! . . . 30.0" : Chronic bronchial troubles and
I| i For Treasurer.
.1', 1-: J. Wilson, S. S. Price and others. Tha plantof district four of E-cambia county.
alary . . 50.00 137S4 Miss Laura Bowman.teacher's the Tennessee Pottery I summer coughs can be quickly relieved The friends of Frank E. Brawner Ple -;;e remember me at the primary
. . 5o.0o companywill and cared bv Foley's honey
'. <; M. Crist, salary hereby announce him as a c indidate election of the democratic party
: '.alary . . :;.00 13782: Miss Belle Henderson, '! be converted into a bonded ware and Tar. W. A. D'Aleni'berte, m for County Treasurer of Ecambia I Julv Ii, 1902. D. M. MERRIIT.
teath'er's salary . . ::;,00 house and a wholesale departmentwill I S, Palafox. County, subject to the action of the ,I
v.L,-- ivlia Hilton I : Olive, Fla. r
salary ... . :SO.OO 137S1 Miss Xeta Ellis teach- Il'r's ] be established. democratic primaries July 15, and
i -
:MiMabel Quinn salary . . . 40.00 ; ask for him the support of the voters. For County Commissioner.
13M:: o7 Miss M. Lowell, teactt i WARNING.If .
. . SO.OO ,,
I''I"i salary 1 'r':! salary . . . 25.00 have or bladder For County Treasurer. The friends of R. Rathwell of
: U Stewart, teacher'sJiX i I you
for Blufl Springs hereby announce himas
. . . . :;0.(11)II 13777 Miss A. Morley, teach- trouble and do not use Foley's Kidney 'I X1 u t tr 1 announce myself a candidate a candidate for County Commis-
er's salary . . . 23.0o; renomination for the position
-.- Daisy \Vtntworth. Cure, you will have only your- C : of Escambia coun- sioner from district No. 5 of Escam
r', salary . . :21.73M's : ; 1372S Mrs. X. D. Thomas, I Iteaclwr'ti |1 self to blame for results, as it positively county treasurer action of the democratic bia county, subject to the action of
salary . . 43.00;; all forms of and ty, subject
: Belle Northing- cures kidney the democratic primaries July 15,
. 43.00:; 13791: Miss Laura lackey, bladder diseases. W. A. D'Aleir- primary.
i a'h'r'l salary J. W. FRATER.For and ask for him the support of the
teacher's! salary . . 25.00:; 121 S. Palafox.Foltey's I
i K Keaton, teacher's II voters.
. . . . 43.00: 13S42 Miss Belle Northing- I I -- s + PJr Tax Assessor. ""
Cook, ton teacher's salary . 43.00;; II I For Chairman Executive Committee.
M! Kidney Cure I announce myself as a
1392S'Miss I hereby
salary 43.00::; L. Spencer, teach- : The friends of John B. Jones hereby
M I.'i Edith Tipl'in' t-r's salary . . . 30.00 makes kidneys and bladder rfcht It I candidate for Escambia for re-election county as Tax subjectto Assessor announce his candidacy for chair

i salary! . . 30.00 1:;itU Miss F. Loftin. teach- j the action of the democratic primary man of the Escambia County Demo
. . .
i K Call, leader's sal. er's salary . 45.0" SESSION OF THE HOUSE. -3-, 4 'Z July 15. cratic Executive Committee sub-

. . . 50.0'J 13 s70 Mrs. E. Thomas, teach t W. \V. RICHARDS.For ject to the action of the democraticvoters
'.' Eva Sugas, teach- er's salary . . . 45.001aSs3 :; \ of the county at large at the

'I 1' v' . . . :::t:5:: : Miss A. A. Byrns. General Deficiency Appropriation Bill Tax Collector. primary July 15, and ask for him

M Lucia Spencer.alary teacher's! salary . . 43.0o131"J7 Sent to Conference. I hereby announce myself as a the hearty support of the voters. ..

. . CO'//)') Miss L. C. Hayes. i Washington. Juno 27.-The house to I candidate for re-election as Tax Col-
tea \11-. .\. A. Byrne day disagreed to the senate amen!- lector for Escambia county subjectto
i salary . . 42.73: :; !:S!>sO C. F. Call, teacher'ssalary '! ments to the federal deficiency appr.j -- For Baking Bread the action of the democratic pri- friends of Ben D. Beers announce -
.. . . . . CO.oo; his for
\1-- M. Spencer, j priatlon bill and sent the bill to con- mary July 15.A. candidacy Secretaryof
t., !i'f.- salary . . 28.30; 13&9 Miss Marshall, teach a GAS RANGE is always reliable. H. D'ALEMBERTE. the Escambia County Democratic
Mi,--.\ Ynk-fctra. teach er's salary . . . :30.00: i ff'rf'nce. Mr. Alexander of New York] Executive Committee, subject to the

-alary . . . 45.00 13S14 Miss K. Wentworth, | asked if a separate vote would be all II I- Your oven is always ready to the For Tax Collector. action of the democratic voters of
teacher's salary 43.00; lowed on the Buffalo exposition amendj The friends of Henry Bellinger an-
It M. 'nc\"allghn. teach- i I minute, at just the temperature you the whole county at the primary
-.ilary . . . 43.00; 13S32 Miss E. G. Wentworth. j ment. Mr. Cannon replied that he nounce him as a candidate for Tax July 15, and ask for him the supportof
"MM\) l II .T. Bawtt. teacher's teacher's! salary . . 45.0f had no power to prevent a vote, and if want, and you can keep it at the Collector of Escambia county, sub- the voters.

a, . . . . 33.00:; 13913 I. Spears, teacher'ssalary I I the senate was in earnest in insisting right temperature all through the ject to the democratic primary to be
( 1i.enMews, . . . . 23.00:; I II held July 15, 1W2! and request the For Member Executive Committee.The .
t Et: Miss! > on the
i exposition amendments, he had
ti ar<'h'-is salary . . 43.00 13V.lI Miss M. Motley teach ''DO doubt that the baking. You don't have to worry support of all Democrats.For friends of John Touart an-
er's salary . . . :30.00: would bo
t7'.l:; Mrs. nila Thomas. I called to he about draughts, damper or chimney; Member School Board. uounce him as a candidate for memo
d arbor's salary . . 43.00: ICx: JO Miss Pauline Reese., upon act as frankly stated ber of the County Executive Cornz
I 744 Miss F. oftln., teach- teacher's salary . . 50.00 j that personally he would oppose your bread is always right. There by The announce friends of his W.candidacy M. Agerton for here-the mittee from precinct 12 and ask for

.T s salary . . . 53.00::; m 13 Miss E. L. Morley, I the acceptance of these amendments. is nothing like gas for baking nomination as a member of the him the votes of the democrats of
i ;::J5; Miss S IJ. Stockard. teacher's salary . . 43.0013M'j :; Messrs. Cannon of Illnolg; Barney of I school board from district No.8, the precinct at the primary July 15. 4

teacher's salary . . :50.00; : : Miss G. Rayteacher's: Wisconsin and Livingston, of Georgia, to the democratic primary
7J1 Mrs. A.V.. McKeyld salary . . . . 40.50 were appointed' conferees.A Pen llsIco1 a Gas PA ID July subject the 15th, 1902. For Member Executive Committee.The .

leather's salary 50.00 13S71 Mrs. L. R. Stewart. resolution ,, friends of Frank Reilly an-
. . calling on
tt"adtt'-r's :::;.uO
T' Mrs L M. \Va,hlngt salary ; the secretary of war for Information For Member Board Public Instruction.The nounce him as a candidate for mem
: .,., achcr's salary . 3S.OO 13v:: ;:; > Mrs. E. J.'ilscn, i. No. 3 S. Palafox SI., Penaaeola. Fla friends, of Hon. Elijah Ward ber of the County Executive Com-
teacher's . . 50.0V as to the number of promotions in the
-, teacher's salary mittee from
; I .\ Gi'iMin, announce hi- name as a candidatefor precinct 13 and ask for
iau! . . . . 43.40 13.03; Miss: S. H. Collins i army sinc April 1. 1SC8. together CHOICESTOF reelection as member of the him the support of the democratic
717 Mi-" .Itssle Griffin teachers: salary 50.00 with the number of officers who have I If Board of Public Instruction from voters of the precinct at the primary

t. i, !h., .i .- salary . . 45.00; 13s31 Miss A. Yniestra:" been retired within one year of ther district No. 3 of Escambia county, July 15.
1"T'>> MtS.. l'. Sampey. teacher's salary . . 40.50 promotion and the>, additional cost of subject to the action of the demo

i 'i !L i salary . . 43.00:; 13:: ;3i; ; Miss I;. White teach l such retirement at the higher grad. cratic primaries July 15. For Executive Committeeman.
> : MiFrank Sampey er's salary . . . 45;;Flu f f FRUITS AHD CONFECTIONERY f fAT I
: i A bill! was passed directing: the circuit hereby announce myself as a
i > salary . . 43.00 13919 Miss Nora Betsworth court of of For County Commissioner. I candidate for member of the County
teach- teacher's salary . . 2S.30;: appeals the fifth judicial l Executive
:Miss; M. Hishop, I hereby announce myself as a Committee from Precinct
circuit hold
silary . . . 43.00:; 13S7.; T. E. Keaton. teacher's i i to at least one term of : candidate for re-election a* county I Thirteen and solicit the of

Mis: M. U. \\Vrden, salary . . . . 43-00 I, court annually at Atlanta, Ga. C. APOSTLE'S commissioner: from district 2 of EI ;- Democratic voters at the support coming

t.., r's salary . . 30.00 134S Miss Florida Cook To Run Tracks to Mines. cambia county, subject to the actionof primary. JAMES L. SWEENEY.
Nora Hetsworth.uh. teat h..r's salary . . 43.00;;; i I 15 -
M.-s Montgomery. Ala.. June 2i.-The 14 East Government St. the democratic primaries July --
,. r> salary . . 24.00 139"4J A. M. DeVaughn! I. and ask the :support of the voters. For Executive Committeeman:
; M 'IlEthl'l. Clarke teacher's salary . . 43.0o:; Southern railway has filed In the of- Formerly Cordova Restaurant StancOae JOHN H. WEL H. The friends of Thos. W. Kent announce -

i n !.. i'i s salary . . 43.00:; 13:: 43: Miss J. Snyder teach- l flee of the secretary of state the necessary him a=? a candidate for member -

.IMi: .; K. Loftin teachalary er's salary . . . 43.00;; papers preliminary to the conI car-load of Pineapples at 11.71 For County Commissioner.Mr. of the Democratic Executive

. . . 43.00 : 94 P. M. Pritchett teachI I struction of six spur tracks to as I to $2.00 per dozen. Frank Johnson hereby an- Committee from precinct 13, subject
Mi-t K.Thornton.. I 113'- ', -aary! . . . 45.<'" many new mines: in Walker.! Bibb, Tal nounces himself as a candidate for to the action of the primary, and ask:

i I'- salary . . 43.00; ; Jt-fft-rsc-n Jones, janitor ladega and Tuscaloosa counties. relection as county commissionerfrom for him the support of the voters.
teacher's school Xo. 2------------- 1 <">
=s U Tate district four, Escambia county, For Member
lu . . . . 43.00:; 14-43 T. Watson & Co., Insurat.ce I subject to the will of the democratic Committee. .
.n Mi- M. E. Bowman, . . . . l-a'1' It you want t e Grist and Corn Meal Wills, j voters in the coming primaries He The friends of James McHujth an-

,. I r'-, salary . . SO.Ou 14039: Mrs. J. Torrence. janitor OSTp pet! veil attain, does this for the rea-on that he nounce his candidacy for member of
school Xo. 74 . . 1TFRS yon cannot tnkt : & the County Executive Committee
M''', M. 'C. Jordan K a better medicine ; jl. F. GONZaLEZ CO., Prop t, wants the office and thinks he can
? salary . . 30.0 '14>'C2; C. V. Thompson stationery : than the t be of benefit to the be=t interests of from precinct and ask for him the
". M -_ M. Kay, teacher's . . . . 1 :2::1'( Bitters. Hlstht, Manufacturer I the whole county. If his: friends I support of the democrats of the precinct

,- . . . . . 43.00:; 14041 IVnsacola:, Gas Co., gas t best health known restorer t o CHOICEMEALANDPUIIEGROUNDSTOCK and the people interested aree; with I at the primary July 15. -

'. M Ethel White for school Xo. 1. . . 4 : n i science, and will[ FEED. I him, he will appreciate their sup- For Member Executive
: Committee.The .
i salary . . 43.00:; 11'n.: D'Aleniberte returned yi care Patronize Home Industry for there it port.
M.-I > M. Motley, teach- poll tax . . 11'" ..... .. U_ Headache, stock every reason feed from you the should Home bay Mftnafaotnrer your Mesl and s friends ofV.. B. Wright; announce

-aary! . . :30.00 14'';51 Wicke & Co., repair x'. ?t for by BO doing you encourage home Indo For County Commiss oner. his candidacy for member of
-" :\II"1.. U. McRae, school N,}. 70 . . . ; CO t j, Nervousness try. Your money left in the community The friends: of J. W. Brewton of the ounty Executive Committee

cli.r'salary . . 30.00 14049: W. A. Kilbur, wood fmschiol flatulency} In and loitering you In tarn the are home Indirectly manufacturer district; No. I 5 announce him as a from precinct 15; subject to the action
i Min.. I.1orle. )', No. 7013M9 . . :.: .::; contribute the cause of labor. You owe candidate for re-election from said of the democratic primary July
'.' r N salary . . 43.00 :: : Mrs K. Scott janitorschool Indigestion v.' It to the community in which you live and I district, subject to the action of theprimaries 15, and ask for him the support of

'" l M. Tate: teacher's No 10 . . . It 0U STOMA'CH :Malaria, Pevei r] which contributes to your support July 15. the voters of the precinct. '"

. . . . SO.OO 14017 Armsted Brown woo.lsrhool and --
..: I L T. Mitchell Xo. 67 . . . ">."r SITTERS Ague. ---- - -- ----- '.

salary . . 43.00 14'.;.'; A. l.. Wdlb00.1 Sundry Try II. : AGO TO*

M.M: Burton teach- !schools! . . . 4."'" f

-alary . . . 2S.50 14043: W.1.. :\1'Curdreo, PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
M'M.1 : .\. lJ War\15. pairs school Xo .f-.) . 23::: 7""" .. .. I

t t. I salary . . 43.00: 14'i54: News Publishing Co.. I F. E.
Hiss Pairnson, printing: school notices 4,11: W. C. ROWE, M. D. BRAWNER'S.

:' salary . . 43.0:; 14030; .\rch,' B"nton.'ood
MA., K. Suter teach- and repairs school No. 4 S.Oo Office: ITS S. Palafox.Hourefrom3to9amand1 I

-ihiry! . . . 50.00 13713; First National Bank I i t> S p. m L i
M''s.. II. Collins money borrowed and interest I i I and after 7 o'clock $-For Seven Days we will Offer the Following Prices:-:fa

i salary . . 40.00 . . . . SsTi.oS;; ;:; 1
Fliott.0 OS.
M -" M L. Gaskins 14<)1> Alger Sullivan LumberCo. 20 doz Men's Pair Men's New Orleans Hewed You should
:'s salary . . :::0.001 .. wood school No. 79 2.25 look at our line of
stiched undershirts ;
; f:1crewed5hos! for this sale, Ladies' High and Low Cut Shoes. ;
Vuss: .1. M. Trice, teach- 14044 J. A. Gilmore, wood PARKER'S to match. solid leather. We I

-,ilary . . . :31.50 school No. lit . . . 3.S5 HAIR BALSAM ; can save you money. j'
:Miss Duda Day, teach- 14033:; M. A. Edwards, wood i Cltaatt tat. btmutifta tfet hair.. 25 doz Men's Pairs Men' Hand rewE"d"ici l.OGu( yards Lawn, fast colored, .i
Promote luurmnt Plain Silk :Fini .
growth.eTfr and (
salary . . . 9-00 school No. S . . . 4.30;; Tul to Bettor Qnj !Shoes in four diflerent shape worth 8'i'c, to close at 6c yard.
-. Miss S. B. Stockard for 14931 Jefferson Jones janitor Con Hair Klp to dIweapbwit'a1 its Youthful Color. match.Undershirts at 45c ; ; regular H, for this sale $2.95 a Sill X-Bar Muslin, regular 7c '

iiiti>r. s-rhool Xo.27.:! 5.00 school No. :2: . . . 10.00 ""'-.. good to close at tic! yard. 't
K. Anderson & Dorr inanc1 By balance . . . .J5.14S.31 10 doz Men 1,1yl0yards Unbleached Domestic
. . . . 17.73:; worth 50c, for 402; them.'M bought the full line of Levy- to close at 41gc.1.000y'ards .
DR. KING'S Co. shoes that I will close .
-. John Scott, janitor $14,032.64 25 doz Men's boys' Best Check Gingham, !

..0010.! 1 . . . 40.00 I TRY NEW DISCOVERY Fside, drawers, worth cost. fast colored, regular 7c goods, for

7 X. II. Cook, superinten- April 7-To balance. . $ 5,148.31 | 3se. i ) pair Boys' Easy Walkers, reg- this Bile 5c. !

>nt expense bill . :24.00: I certify that the above statement is FOR THAT COLD. 2S doz Boys: Extra 50c goods, to close at 35c pair. 10 pieces White and Red Table :,
1 :.s n. Simmons, janitor correct: as shown by the minutes and ,17 years, worth II a I: Linen, regular 40c goods, to close at

nool Xo. 70 . . . 10.00 treasurer's report. I TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. Wc.I pair Men's Low-Cut Patent 25c yard. No one over /5 yards. +

1\. B. Cook superin- N. B. COOK. I Cures ConsumptionCoughs We carry a full line Shoes we have been selling 30 pieces Medicated 24-Inch Cotton

-4i'ct. salary . . 100.00 Secretary and County Superintendent. (1 Pants. Call and see /0 pair, to close at $1.75 pair. Diaper, worth S5c, for this sale 60o. 'j
Colds Bronchitis Asthma
IVnsacola! Journal, ,,t ,Ir

I' intir.g! . . . . 4.50 PneumoDiaHay FeverPleu'.
health uule;= the kidneysare This
Nogood: Sale will Positively Not Run Longer Than Seven
4f: H. Turner repairs sound. Foley's Kidney Cure 1 HoarsenessSore Days.
. :23.54: risy LaGrippe .,
cool, Xo. 1 . . ri ht. W. A. ,
makes the kidney ?
Miss E Ha>es. teach- D' S. Palafox.I .- Throat, Croup andI
-- Miss salary L. E. .Fairchild. . ., 30.00 I Whooping Cough. Remember the place, F. E. Brawner's, Candidate for County Treasurer

a-: :aer's salary . . SO.OO NO CURE. NO PAY.
Know One Sure Kemedyfcr I I STIiEET..c
''l Miss L. C, Hayes, u obeticaU! cold: lit cxn U ftoj 8dsalii Prig 50c. and $1. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE. i() 105 SOUTH PALAFOX1" @


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Marvelous Escape from 'LIVELY MEETINC LIZZIE BURRELL Stroipt ID t th e'\V\ orlf;

: Politics andPoliticians' Death !IPAINE'S HELD BY THE READY FOR SEAThe The 42d Annual Statement for fear

1 Etured .t tbe Poet Office at Feos* ol : I ar. BURNS CLUB Ending December 3lsf, it oi. ot

J/1L.second-Claee natter.'i Burrell
British Lizzie

"OFFICE :-Mtf, op-iuiri. BuildiDg. 211% HauthJ"a1&tos'tr."t 3" CELERY After "rallying 'round the beer yesterday completed ship taking on her THE l f [EQUITABLE l[ \

cargo and in the afternoon the surveyors -
& hour last night
kegs" for nearly an

't THE NEWS PUBUSHINC CO. --p fmi'H COMPOUND the West End Club was called to or- boarded the vessel sealed the un ASSURANCE( ijmHlAssets

i Gen. Lamar was campaigning in der by President Burns at 8:3-5 pumps' and this morning rendered a .

y4 Term: Invariably in Advance Madison county the first part of this final report to .the British consul. I .... ...... .
Burns .
... o'clock. The first thing Mr. .B31.O
Oa Year by Mail ,__ "._ .15 00I Does a Wondrous Work for a .72Q
we -k. Monday be spoke at Green- The vessel cleared today and will Reserve and
eta MoQtbi ._ ,.. ..-.0 said was: "Meeting come to or- otter Liabilities -
Lady Who Was Alniw .... .. ,. .. . .
E Os Week,by Carrier Parable Monday 10Urertisitg wood to an audience of about 200 of sail for Rio Janeiro when weather .J9y1U,6'3
l der. All you boys under 16 years
Tuesday he addressed about 75 democrats Crazed with Pain conditions permit. -
Surplus( which Dividend
of here.
Rates Furnished on Abpionfioa.f' age will have to get out
1 at Moseiey Hall and Wednes- and Suffering. This ship has been lying in this !! are paid. .. .. .. il.I29.lI42
You're too see.
yet -
young === : ==
. TELEPHONE NO. 118.PEHBAOOLA day he-spoke at Lee. It Is well known that terrible There were 47 people in the hall port in distress having sprung a Paid to Policy-holders in

.1 I leak when her after 1901.... ...... ...... ..$ 2i il4.62J
rheumatism sciatica, and neuralgia order on voyage, proceeding -
first was
.t S. iXt week Gen. Lamar will visit cause more helplessness, acute suffering when the peremptory several hundred miles. Her New Insurance in 1901..t! 245.9I.iO7

j I. ur Ofd Bfl_ several Western Florida points. and agony than any of the given, but with respectful obedience, :i' Total Insurance in force

r other diseases that afflict humanity.The fifteen walked out and stood on the I.entire cargo was unloaded in order Dec. 31, 1901. .. ..11.179.276,725:!
1 4ir y Monday he will address the democrats great medicinal virtnesof Paine'*

: I of Laurel Hill at 2 p. m. and Celery Compound make it the only sidewalk preparing for a second onslaught that tbe leak could be patched up. I Notwithstanding the;greater finan.
fi trustworthy specific far tbe cure of During her stay here almost every cial strength of the Society and the
: JUNE 28, 1902.d on Monday night he will speuk at all forms of rhenmatieM and neural- on the two beer kegs generously i. greater security which its policy

Crestview. Thursday night he will gia. Thousands of strong testimonial provided by the president. member of her crew were put in the holders thereby enjoy, the RATE:
letters from the most are LOW and GUARANTEES better
Borne -
county jail duty.
RATHKO.NE threatens now to punish address the people of Pensacola at : people of the land,prove that Paine's Mr. Burns, after naming the can- I than given by other companies:
the president and his administration I of the seamen, who were almost mu-
banished these
II tbe hduse and Saturday at 111,! Celery Compound didates the club had already formally !
for his conviction, by attack. I opera ', terribly fatal troubles when all other tinous, claimed that the vessel was
r jog Gen. Wood's administration as a. n. he will address the voters at1 I 1, treatment has failed. Mrs. Margaret endorsed, announced he was KXOWLES BROS.

military governor of Cuba and at Milton '|I Bethel of Brainerd, Minn., after ready to hear nominations for legis- totally unsafe as a sea-going vessel.
j thirty years of agonizing! tortures
+j the same time help out his friend I tive honors. Gt'hrralIt'ht ,
had a desire to end her life, if it was ALL WHO USE ATOMIZERS in

Hanna a;* Roosevelt's prospective ;I Democratic League speakers will I!, the will of Heaven; -he almost Elliott McCloskey, with an out Heating nasal catarrh will get the 309 8. Palafox St.. PENSACOLA

i rpponent for the president nomination I at Muscogee and Tuesday -! prayed for the time to lay it down. best result from
speak tonight I I Heave -directed, she made use of burst of maiden oratory, placed the I Ely's Liquid Cream

; in I'.M. __ I I night at Myrtle Grove. j I Paine's Celery Compound, and is enjoying names of Coetou and Fillingim before Balm. Price, including spraying

THE extensive( naval maneuvers true life once more. She the meeting.\ little "callingdown" tube Tocts. Sold by druggists or. FISH CHOWDERBY

planned for the comic fall and Ladies are especially: invited to. mailed by Ely Bros., 6/j Warren St.,
4 Isa\'s'- I have been
I thirty years at done here in
was prettily
I wieter will cover the entire Atlantic I attend the rally :at the opera house' r from neuralgia in the j ji I New York. THE SEA SHOREAt
Coast from Cape Cod to the 1ViudI head, and also with rheumatism in I which the president and Bob Brown I New Orleans, Sept. 1, 1900.!
I The bilcony will i
Thursday night. f Messrs. ELY BROS:-I sold two
the whole body. I began takingPaine's j '
ward Clauds and include the Gulf I { | were the principals. The names'
I reserved for ladies and their es-I 1 Celery Compound and soon I bottles of your Liquid Cream Balm I
t water Practice in every department | found I was much better. Before i were placed before the body for en- : to a customer, Wai. Lamberton, 1415 the Santa Jlo.a :Sur; : i f; ,'

f of coast defense, and the corts. j taking the Compound, my life was I)j dorsement and nearly everybody1 i iI Delachaise .,t., New Orleans; he has establishment, the note i
aaviug stations. will be life-I | such a burden that I almost prayed I i used the two bottles, giving him
t I I \r "If persistent and thorough campaigning to lay it down. I was bedfast every voted "yes." Bob Brown got him wonderful and mot satisfactory re-I I Frank Maura, will give i .MH : -
the cheme, as well as I
i open I' sults. OEO. W. McDuFK i
i I two weeks with horrible in the I
pain .
saida self iu trouble celebrated flMi cho\\"J-r- "\ -rc riiI I
miufeUvenujT. Information concerning amount to anything, j i head, back, and neck, until I was by voting "no. j Pharmacist. !I

,. : the movements in the Gulf has I gentleman last night, "Henry Bel- ,'j. almost crazed. I am able to do i! Upon hearing his vote the president : I day at 5 o'clock j>. u,. "i. it- .

been proldsed the earliest by the secretary date obtain.of :; linger stands a mighty good show of ,|>., than harder for work twenty-five and more years.of it I today am I i I. turned upon Brown with i:1':1':1'i SUMMER NORMAL SCHOOL i i j shore beach. Theteaunr f'
the nU'at:
able. : I being elected tax collector. He has j 1 really enjoying life again, thanks toPaine's :| scowl and said: "See here, young I FOR WEST FLORIDA i! prise will leave Palafox w: '
J Celery Compound. I am ,
visited every precinct in the county :(I Satisfied that my life has: been pro fellow; did you come in here looking I ,i 2:30 p. m.-every Sunday n _

Wiju signature of the president and I actually believe he has come longed many year by its use." for trouble. If you did, you can haveit. The Summer :Normal !School for Happy me in Old Town
to the ftyooner\ substitute canal I I I West Florida established by author-
nearer making a house to house }, See!" Brown said he knew it, "We felt very happy," writ.K
4 bill areed; upon in conference, the ity of Hon. W. N. heats, State Sup.
half-century: of agitation and effort I i canvass than any candidate before DEATH OF and this incident closed. fI f erintendent of Public Instruction, at N. Bevill, Old Town Va. wBncklen's
I Pensacola, Fla., will '
fur an i.-thmiau canal culminates in i[ the people in this primary." The next endorsement was that of 14th and continue for a open on of July MX I Arnica Halve; w .v'
Is I cured our daughter of a bad ca- >;
victory for iu untiring advocates of I MRS. L. L. GONZALEZ : tax collector, and the president took weeks. I "
I both pollticalparties. Senator Mailory's The same gentleman said the ; This school is organized for the scald head. It delights all w ;<
the floor in favor of A. H. D'Alem-
amendment fixing i : benefit of teachers, and those intending I use it for Cuts, Corn, Bruises I ,
a period
# in the were talking
1 I people country
I berte. That gentleman received the | to become teachers and all
within which the president's selection Mrs. Laura L. Gonzalez, wife of cers, Eruptions. Infallible for Pu
Brawner for county treasurer to (I I I who are sixteen years of age are
25c. at W. A. D'Alembertr
of the should be made unanimous vote of the club. Only
tl ? route was Lambert Gonzalez,died at six o'clock eligible for entrance. The school
not incorporated in the bill, but its beat the band. "I tell you, said 'this Mr. Frater was the club's choice will have departments for whites drug store, 121 Kouth; Palafox.
morningat the family residenceon j --- ---- -
D'Alemberte and John I and colored conducted of in
absence will merely impose that I he course,
upon j' Little Bayou. as treasurer. That gentleman, being separate buildings. Grass Shears that will cut
official, and upon the party be reprtseim ,! Frater are both up against the
the responsibility for whatever toughest propositions that ever con- Mrs. Gonzalez has been an invalidfor the only candidate present, was study There embracing will be the three usual courses subjects! of, I,I close, at the Willis Hardware

delay may! ensue. some time, but her pious and afterward prevailed upon to make a on which the examinations for | i iteachers' Co's.
fronted them. They'll have to do
certificates are based each I ---
I cheerful speech, in which he thanked the
WHATKVKK the elimination of I some tall old hustling between now demeanor under her bur- leading to a more thorough preparation i FRANK I SECABrSJAfiT HOUSE
I. den of is club for its action. in the requirements for the
Call from the senatorial primary I and the loth of July or they will suffering a touching exam- certificate several -

coutet may mean, the reasons for I both be left." ple of Christian fortitude, which all John Price, as commissioner from I The school i id:: organized not only Deep water sea bathing, night or

!;uud judgment !and wise caution in might emulate.In district 2, J. E. Baara as "president" i- ;for the purpose of acquiring better i/I day, for white people only. Special
the election of candidates for the I methods and thorough knowledge, )I''compartment for ladies;with lady at
Remember, voters, to see that the death of Mrs. Gonzalez the and Dan Murphy as secretary i ;but to encourage a higher standard ) ,!tendant. Neatest, best and cleanest
continue in full
legislature force. I of the executive committee were endorsed of I bath house in the city. Baths
Unless has suffered 'I scholarship. j
your poll tax is paid. paid community an irreparable -
TaB NEWS predicts that when that 'cents. FRANK SIOAKI.
It is hoped that a large number of ,I
body proceeds, to the election of a I by next Saturday you cannot vote loss, by her quiet and unostentatious after which an intermission West Florida teachers will attend, i Cor. Cevallos and Zarragossa Ht-

i I' of about thirty minutes was taken. ;, i and effort will be made by the --- -- -
United Statesenator, Call will be I at the primary election. life, her earnest and every -- -- -
there, and some member '; con"is-I' During the recess a quarrel, which t 'faculty to make their attendance "
may THE POLITICIAN tent piety, her broad and profitable as well as pleasant. Gas fl. Sodeplind

pose tin name notwithstanding pro-I I charities, she has left a void that I was commenced before the meeting I Any information regarding the I ,
unanimous nomination of Summer Normal will be cheerfully
Shake Into Your 4hoeeAllen's
I was called to order, was renewed l land
if only fur the purpose of gratifying can never be filled. :! given by Kupt. N. B. Cook Peus. ...THE TAILOR,...

hi nervous
cures painful, I Students who attend should takea aUK WKST GOVKUNSIKNT ST
auguriite a fruitless, controversy inthe and ingrowing nails, and instantly ,! St. Joseph's church at 9:30 o'clock Tom Uauscher, who was shovingout : receipt for their full fares going to
of takes the sting out of corns and bun- I the beer I Pensacola effort is Will for the next 30 days make sun
joint #e -ion or discrediting tomorrow went to the police station a* being made to .
morning, from i '
ions. It's the greatest comfort discovery -; proceeding have the railroads at l > per cent less than regui.'
give a return :
the and !
primary plan laying the of the age. Allen's Foot- the church to St. Michael's ceme- : at 10 o'clock and swore out warrants ,I ticket for one-fourth fare, a* they1'I 'prices. :
foundation fur its destruction.RKKEKIU.NU Ease makes tight or new shoes feel : Dying Men's fnittUyine <
tery. for several persons who had : have in the past. j j
-- > It is a certain cure for sweat- !: Laities' Hum $fl.HKo
easy. H. P. BAVA, I i .
I Men Suits Meatu CleanedLadies'
to the plea of the ing, callous and hot, tired aching ; Filthy Temples in India. I "jumped on him. I Principal, DeFuniak Springs, Fla. I Hun* Steam Cleaned 75ctcMrn'i <<

Jo'ioriddclluol Exponent for a higher feet. Try it tolny.. Hold by all 'j' Sacred cows often defile Indian I A depressing and disgusting spec-i Tourers steam Cleaned

school tax rate, the Delaud News druggists and shoe stores. Don't' temples, but worse yet is a body ; During the summer kidney irregularities { Hint: Now is the time to hay
contend* tint school taxes kind accept any substitute. By mail for I I2Gc. ]' that's; poluted by constipation. tacle was the dispensing of beer in'j are often caused by excessive your winter Clothing put in go< ii
in stamp*. Trial package FKEE. Don't I shape. This offer is for
it. thirty day-
permit any quantity to minors-boys froms overheated.
your system drinking
or being
revenues are eufflcient. J
now amply Address, Allen S. Olmsted, LeKoy.v (
i with Dr. King's New Life Pills \ only. Mention you saw the advei
A glance at a few schoolpreuli'es .Y, and avoid untold misery. Thev ,!J 12 to IS years old. This was certainly Attend to the kidneys! at once by'" \tisemeut in THE D.II.YE\\

in city or country and a I I I"w I i give lively livers, active bowels' a performance that should not be using Foley's Kidney Cure. W. A. ,otherwise the regular price will i),

'; brief visits. to the congested city good digestion fine appetite. Only I allowed repeated. D'Alemberte021t'5\J th Palafox I j''charged.
D. M. MERRITTIS SS i cents at W. A. D'Alembertes'
.I'chtJol', with one teacher to jo or 4o drugstore 121 t'5. Palafox the took
I i When fights place the MR. MYERS NOT VOTINC. !
pupils would convince even the De- ; II I 134 134 134 134 134
Laud editor of the crying need oft' A | PENSACOLA CLASSICAL SCHOOL j jI club adjourned.-- --- : .;'_ : -"" .5
I I House Bill 215 Page 1077, A bill to'
more school revenue. But the true I
I i -- II McDuffie's Tasteless Chill -S-
1 134 *= 134
.. i be entitled, "An act in relation to
method, :i we have heretofore contended < the fact that the of I Cure will build up broken down .
| Owing name ] Sehltember "! Anton's
is o create sub-districts, I' I I Third Annual HPHMOII Begin systems and make the blood rich and insurance companies in this state. ( Teleptone

? thus giving their inhabitants the opportunity '. D. M. Merritt was inadvertently 1:;, IKO'J, and Ends I healthy, certain cure for chill, guaranteed i(The bill became a law and makes | 134 It Is for Public L'se: 134

i to increase local revenue ''omitted I from the list of candidate* June 1.t. IttOJ. or your money refunded. ,insurance companies, when judgmentis I Tin IT. .
; '' W CENTS. 7 '/ : < ';- :
4 if they choose to do so, without affecting I who have qualified, a rumor had be. The aim of this school i i'l to provide Sold by John Sheppard, 405 S. Pal- against them, pay the attorney'sfees 134 134 134 134 134

the interests of the whole come current that Mr. Merritt had ;, thorough HIGH SCHOOL and afox street. >I of other side.) Mr. Myers did

bodyof 't'r,;. COLLEGE: PREPARATORY in- 'not vote. 28june1w
I withdrawn from the race for county I j I struction. The school i is, of especial j
; --- I
interest to three clase.: || FINE STATIONERY. ;
commissionerfromdistrict four. Mr.jMerritt i| This Will Interest Man. EVERY
For user 1
Suer Years 1. Those who having; completed I I aL
M.". \\ Ivvl.Ow'.r 'NITH I!IOU XYRfP baa i 1 requests THE NEWS to state :! the grades of the public school wishto C. V. Thompson, No. 11 South : To quickly introduce B. B. B. ,
bvrn nerd for o\.-r.titt yram by mlllionsolmolberi 'that he is a candidate and Chairman pursue their studies further with- | (Botanic Blood Balm), the famous !;
for their children a bile i
trrtbing out having home. Palafox street, has just opened anew i I HOUSEWIFENeeds
lib perfect tuccvui. Itkootbci tbe child. Southern blood cure, into new j
vftrut tbe !gun+-,allape nil piun,cures wind Parkhill of the executive committee 2. Those who wish, with the aid of Linen and Bond I
i t.'otll'. and t. be bv.t riu..dy for luarrbora of the cartful individual attention supply homes we will end, absolutely free
It will relle\e. Mold the by poor I'riuiiiiiti little: feUITrrer every DartoftbenorM. 1minedimtrly. informs THE NEWS that Mr. Merrittwas that can be given in smaller classes Papers, white, blue and gray, with 10OUO trial treatments. Botanic \ a Bottleof

l .eutv-0ve ceuls a bottle. duly qualified as a candidate and a longer ;;e- inn. to advance Envelopes to match Oxford size I 1 Blood Balm R. B. B.) quickly cures i
tie sure you ak for M rs.W'lnkloVs Boothinf more rapidly than is for ;
c Syrup," and take. no olber kind and that his name will appear on them in public school. possible 1 I Ia. i also Foreign Mail Tablets with Envelopes old ulcer! scrofula, eczema, itchir g'' Turpentine !

the official ballot 1 : Tho-se who are fitting themselves :. skin and blood humor', cancer, eating -
FAMILY SEASON TICKETS -- for college. i I to match. Ink Pencils, festering sores boil,carbuncle s, : whether for Cleaning Bed or '

3 I In addition to the usual instruc-l I Penholders, Blankbooks, Files, etc., pimples or offensive eruptions, pail s Clothes or for Sting of In-
AT SICARI'S BATH HOUSE; McDuffie's Turpentine & tine in ; Mathematics: His- 1 : in bones '.r joints, rheumatism, catarrh I Cut*, Brui-es, or anything r
: Mutton Suet Lung Plaster tory. Geography. Latin etc.,in-true-j 1 etc., always on hand. i or any blood or skin trouble Everybody know the value of P'

iirl i is a certain cure for whooping cough, 1: tiou is offered. irtliut > rfn tuition. Phone234.: Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. B.) heal Spirits of Turpentine and in or,
I Frank Hig-iri will i issue lOll family ;, easy and comfortable, work* while '1 in Greek French German and [,ani '' ---- every sore or pimple makes the to get the genuine article see tit <

reason ticket for bath at his splendid you -leep. i| ish. The Fchool is conducted at the For biliousness use Chamberlain's blood pure and rich and stops all H put up by theBuffalo
25 CENTS. corner of West Gadsden and Spring Stomach & Liver Tablets. They aches and pains. Botanic Blood'
, bath hou-e. for a family: of one! Sold by John Sheppard, 4<.io S. PalI street, In a building which is tube I| cleanse the stomach and regulate Balm (B. B. B.; thoroughly tested i
l ill to three at U.& for the reason and I afox street. arranged to adapt it especially to ':i the liver and bowels effecting a for 30 years iu hospital and private $, -

. for a family of from three up for two the needs of the school. i quick and permanent cure. For practice, and has cured thousands of
dollars. Thee season tickets, willentitle Cleaning ladies skirts and waist* The numb of pupil in attend- sale by all druggists ana medicine cases given up a* hopelew. Sold at
is one of err specialties Star Laun- I ance is limited. Hence those desiring -, dealers. drug !'tores. 11 per large bottle. For
the family to bathe whenever dry. | admittance should communicate free treatment write to Blond Balm

they wish throughout the fea*>n. I ______ I I a, early as possible with the Erinci- : CRAND SURF BATHING Co., Atlanta, Ga. Medicine pent at
_. Describe
once prepaid.
i ::jlwi -- -- Pal.For trouble and
I further information: terms and free medical advive given. Botanic
CHIROPODIST I i Dragged'Dotvn ''catalogue, address EXCURSION SUNDAY Blood Balm (B. B. B.) give; life,
;' PROFESSIONAL i! H. CLAYARMSTKONK, vigor and strength to the blood. The

" K. St. Clair Thomas will removecorus Feeling I' Principal, orPERCIVALH.IVHALEV. j I The big seagoing tug Simpson will finest Blood purifier made. Botanic
JR., I run an excursion Sunday, June 11, Blood Balm (B. B. B.> gives ai
bunion and ingrowing nail In the lulns.Nervuusnrss. _Assistant. |i to the Life Saving Station and trip healthy Blood supply to the skin and !

: 1 without paiu or blood. Will call at t nnrefretjirig sleep, d" roD- J "I Neer Knew Pain Killer- to Fail i! out in the Gulf of Mexico. Plentyof entire system. I Mfg Co.who .
I _
time will be given those who desire h
: your residence if required. No. 521! dency.It 1: before, what can the matter be?
is time you were Joins somethine. i I to go in surf bathing. Boat ICE-COLD WATERMELONS AT I Guarantee it Absolutely Pur
I i' South J'311forfl't.: U'jlrn i i is the bottle? There I leave foot of Palafox street wharf at
j Tilt kidneys mere it is THE GARFIELD ICE CO'=,.
anciently called the thought SOi; not Perry Davis 12:3)
p. m returning at 6:30.: Fare I
y ICE-COLD WATERMELONS rt'l1sIn! your case they are holding the Painkiller at all, but somethiue the i 1 for round trip 35 cent. Only 10 Cents a Bottle.
reins and driving you into x-nous. trouble.Hood's drujrzist must have made himself This weather I
j I and I did not notice it; I have u-ed
- ;I, Sarsaparilla Painkiller for year for diarrhea i! The Stratton Ice Work grant grow. You can buy All kinds of chairs and
nlttcent watch
: u want a ma
for >little y money? 'If so, call ont on Acts the with kidneys.the most It: contains d.rect. beneficial the best erect and cramps never failed.and "stomach aches ana it ha ? large, luscious melons, keen cutting Lawn Mowers rocking chairs at .Marston

Stephens, the jeweler. He will accommodate ice-cold. Place order and Grass Sheats
Safest substances fur correcting and toning -- -- --- your from the $ Quina's. Prices are very
r: : you. these organs. i Try the SEWfoI Want Column. I now by telephone. 1 Willis Hardware Go's. low.

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No. SGO3.

W. C. O'NEAL, President; F. C. HORTON, Cashier; THE WEATHER

Smoke La Normal!
S. J. FOSHEE,Vice-President M. E. CLARK As 'l Cithier.



FORECAST-Shoicfres thus after-
noon and probably tonight; cooler; Sun. Cost Five Cents $

PENSACOLA, FLA. day fair; fresh to brick southerly winds I

Temperature in Last 24 Hours:

Has the LARGEST CAPITAL STOCK of any bank in the State. Mmlmnm_ ..__...._,,_-.._ ._.?.. degrees ALL HAVANA !
Minimum__...__ _.._........f."degrees

prompt, courteous and careful attention given to all business en- Temperature Elsewhere:


to its Atlanta_ _. .____ 1'4 'If
trusted care. Blimarck.._. ......__....._U 45
Chicago.__........._........... 90 b410
Huron_..._ .. ._......._ IIH 54
Jacksonville........._._.. _W 7b5"
Kansas tlty_._. _._....70
Key West__._...._............... 1-1I 1\0 ...... ... i
FAIRCHILD MemphisMobile ..... ..... .... ........ 100 'III - -- w
B. H.
____..._..... .........1\ Ir
] YACHT RACES A Montgomery ..___. ........ \f6 'It
TJ I XX O Xj BTI1t H. New Orleans__.--.W foIO
VERYBURGLARY New York..,. ._._.. .. ._H 112
38 EAST ROMANA STREET. Savannah .. ....._ .-.........\11I 111IIt. LEWIS BEAR & CO. Agts.
: Louis _.-.....?_ ...._. ...M; 54 ,
'G ot Work and ReKnishing Furniture aSpecialty.


MARITIME. ? ? 52525225252i
Fbo110 403. Several the craft belonging to ?
Paul White, bar tender at Jos
the Pensacola Yacht Club memberswill C/
R. K. WH'ITE -I Arbona's saloon, and residing at 234 to r
be entered in the which
races West Zirragossa street,was relieved For Jane to date _. ....._ fi3tOJIARRIVED !
Watibmaler, Manufacturing Jeweler will be sailed tomorrow afternoon, _
I of |10 last night by negro robber, AT QUARANTINE.Ger i
and graduate; Optician, beginning at 1 o'clock. The course ,
Forst New York
es Arftgonia,3314. to
who committed the deed with such
IS MUk PtUtoi M, r......!! ,FU can be seen from the wharves. 1\Gull Br Transit es Incbmoor Co 2214, Base, tiantoe: to .
i boldness that Mrs. White saw them Bailon &Co

very plainly and positively asserts .
:l INTERSTATE her of ..
ability again recognizingthem. ,.
I Br Hel v ide, 19s"McKie, it Vincent to -- -- "
\ I, F tJ HOwe A Co

Three negroes, giving their namesas KOT1CE TO :MARI>ERS. .-

Frank and John Davis and Chas. Regulations of the Marine Hospital Service '
I require the inspection of vessels from Seven BIG ValueSPECIALS
foreign ports via domestic ports north of
/ I Baseball fans Jones West Govern-
Montgomery are were caught on southern Maryland but via such ports at

I) t iiithe biy excursion one I of inter-state after the Ship !.landwherefull pratique is given
big -fi'-Min; ,? tn; :-\Imil-on to- I to entrance,
league, the cities Montgomery, rence and were before the mayor I "\ _
afternoon. The boat will i i
rrow Mobile and rielina, Ala., and Pensa- this morning. They were all re- :SOT U:.
lYe Palafox wart! a: 2-W: p. m. I The Marine Hospital Service: has Issued

J return at ti::&. Fuh chowder on cola making up the membership. leased. the following! :
I I "Voabtlng vessels which are known and
Lt'and plenty of time for surf; i I The idea has been grasped quicklyby Mrs. White the material witness, I which are in regular trade with Florida
from domestic ol the United
i ports mates
..'ui ifJ ball players: and managers in the received a great shock from her experience -i may enter without detention or inspection .MONDAY TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY.
p.,1 I with the understanding that if sickness of ... ...
'lity Lode; No. fie, K. of ''II other cities and is receiving an with the robbers, and she I'. any character wnatsoever shall develop ,
during the voyage to Florida ports shall
:. d ollicr< last: night as follows: equal amount of attention here. was so unnerved that this morningat 1!, report to the quarantine officers for inspection
.:: }Graham: C. C.; J. U Ti- I and disposition.1 IN Offering these SIX lUG VALUTAS we Limit the Time to Three
E. Brooks P. J. K. !I 1 o'clock it was feared she would Days. Not an Article will be sold at these prices after Wednesday.! If
: C. : Leslie ; That tired feeling is a burden .
you die. Her husband was in confer AT QUARANTINE.Br you are an attendant at our usual sales you recognize the values here
M. A. John ,
rl f ; need not carry. Hood's Sarsaparillawill bk .I'Joi.UoodallCape Town
"iV \\'. C. Hooton. 1. O. ; W. C. ence with Mayor Jones and informedhis via Barbados order.. quoted. If not, you will do yourself an injustice by staying away Mon-
: rid of it and
renew .
you your ll bk Virginia,:ill, Vassalo Malaga to Koeasco I
"key. O. G. honor of his wife's! condition.He Bros I day. Remember, not an article after Wednesday at these prices.

courage. Norbk Neujo SC' Neatmen, Cape Town !
--- -----
\ t. .lnea3 meeting of the mem- also said Mrs. White, it was not via tit Thomas to order I I
MEAT & MALT has a marvelous SPECIAL NO. I. I SPECIAL NO. 4.
: -- .f the Tenth Avenue Baptist believed, could survive the shock.

h will b* held tomorrow after- dietetic value. While refreshingand THE SHIPPING. I
The were Yards Beautiful
negroes being strangers 2,500 W Pieces Equity STANDARD
at I o'clock at the church near to take it assimi-
i pleasant helps New Lawns in conceivable
given the privilege of leaving town VESSELS: :! IN FORT.STEAMSHUS. every GINGHAMS, blue, brown and green
iuud huu-(< Matters veryat .
lation of food. Hold byDANNHEISSKR I style and c61or, sold everywhere
the at once. __ _, ,__ 1 I checks for elsewhere
importance demand at- u I Br Acanthus, 1S7: Allan, toIFenaacola 1at lOc, aprons Glue,
...taUl't of all m..mbtrs. T. J. Da- lleieaU a Great Secret.It Lumber Br Hallen Co Hall, 1=17!$:, Weppener to Hasrs, I
Trutee.rqueutly. often asked how Dunwody& Co Special 5c yard. Special 5c yard.
is such startlingcures
SCHOONER KRANZ Br Edale 2IUI. Sha dock, to Gulf Transit
needs ab-olutely that puzzle the best physiciansare Co .- -
one Br Earlswood, 14-xi, Brown to W B: Key-
tii-ky for medicinal u-es. I effected by Dr. King's New Discovery ser & Co SPECIAL NO. 2. SPECIAL NO. 5.
INJURED ON BAR for Here's the I Br Inveiness, S7'i4 Proud, to S-outher- !
Jacob Consumption.
i 'i can get it from Capt. I land male Co
rv. y/"-t I'.ijuu bar H* al-o carrie: I secret. It cuts out the phlegm and I I Transit Span Co Leonora, I';';':;, Bustinzft, to Oulf ONE SOLID CASE !Sea Island 32 Pieces of the reason's most
ituck all ih" b...,t and most popular I germ infected mucus and lets the I i I Jr4I.l'sreaulx: Kerry to SoutherlandInilbCo : I Percales, 10, 12'.. and 15c values desirable fancies in satin stripe and

brands hf wine*, beer, etc., and I The American schooner John I life-giving oxygen enrich and vitalize | Ir :Middleliara Castle Ibis: Lloyd, to Pen i all new goods, Moral design Mercerized Lawn,

Yo"' ij it come- to mixed drinks big Kranz, 322 tons burden, hailing from I the blood. It heals the inflamed, sacola tier Scotia Lumber, IHaner Co ,toUulf Transit Co Special 8 l-3c yard. telling everywhere at 25 and :35c, ':

:uxolo, i't* can d,1 the work equal i Galveston as the home port, was cough-worn throat and lungs. Hard : bail's. i Special 15c yard.
artists in the I colds and stubborn coughs soon I Br Kings County. Siwi. Salter to order f fl
tt a mo-t expert i I I hauled up on the marine ways yesterday Hue Ocean, H>-1, Mat tssrn to S S: L to
Utry.. I yield to Dr. King's New Discovery, HARKS I SPECIAL NO.3.

;! and an injury to her hull will the most infallible remedy for all i lIt Anna larlp.41:!.Tlllto. to order SPECIAL I l NO. 6.
K wf L. A-embly No. HT1 elected I ONE BOLID CASE "Organdie
I be examined Nor Alexander' Lawrence 11:C Haa\ersen,
Throat and diseases. Guaranteed
'"',ere 1.1-t tiB'Lt a-, tull'JA.II.. Lung to W S Ke>ter AC'o FrancaUe" Lawn, Beautiful Sheer 50 Dozen Celebrated
: a I I "Stretchy
bottles and Trial .
} Capt. Jacob Kryger acting for the I 50 c $1.00. Ku Albion III: !Snail to 8 8 LCoIt
\\ ,nrly. M. W. ; i':. F. MahalTyV.. I bottles free at W. A. D'Alemberte's, Uersigllere. lull, Ft'eko, to Baar8, Dun- Figured Goods, 32 inches wide and Seam" Drawers for Men, the world

II. S. Heath, U. S. ; J. H. Har- I Records, of American and Foreign 121 tiouth Palafox street.iAFTERMATH I wody It Elmstooe.1J7l"apuro.A CoI ; worth loc yard, over 50c, here they are

.. Dan Norma, :vu, Albertsen, to Baars.DunwoUyA .
I i. F. S ; Enoch Richardson, hipping, went over to the ways this

", .t-tir>r K.: Howard, statistician ; II morning to make the examination OFCLUB Has Rhea,(\III'o i+, Nyroos to order Special lOc yard. 35c or 3 Pairs for $1.00.
Nor Sunbeam t4. Andersen to orderIt
it"H.: almoner; A. Stickney, Thomas NIK, Lauro to order
and ascertain the extent of the vetej's ?-
A 1 I. iinrilu tru'tcfJ.; B. r'cott, HAKkENTI.
injuries. MEETINGA Br :"koda d>, Lee,to orderSCHOONERS. 7-EXTRAORDINARY SPECIAL-NO.
,\ i HurU Hugiu*, 0. E. ; Chas. I .
The Krauz while her I I Kr Georgians,71, font I, to order
A E EJ. Marshall, J. A. on voyage
at-"u,1. ; ; I Am John Francis,"+,5. ( ordton, to order 4b Pairs Men's Satin Calf, Plain Toe. One Piece Upper, Double Extension -
0\ i L GriUiu. C. C. here, struck on Tonola bar, on the majority of attendants of the Sewed and Screwed Hole Shoes, guaranteed Solid Leather-

Mexico and West End Democratic Club's meeting UP, CLEARED AND BAILED FOR PES: Made for Mechanics and
I Il thlJ'JI1e Hi-ters' elected of- coast no opportunitywas HACOLA.8TKAM Specially Baymen--worth $200 of any Man'Ru10ney
1 ve-j.-rday a-* follows: Mrs. J. afforded to examine the hull un- last night were in the police HIP8. ,
v\ .11, tm.L.I, E. C.; Mus Minnie til the vessel arrived here. court this morning either as wit- Beatrice, Br, Si IJ\I.: EdwArdq. Penarth May 8
,<\ I -. )lr:1.J.E.I.QIIg'E.J.; HeUincborg! lined, lejo, :ftclireill Hotter Special $1.50 $ See Show Window $* Special $l 5'W.
; - -- nesses or defendants in cases I dam May lit I
M Neville, M. of T.Ir3.; litscious I Llansannor, Br, S**, Croston, at Rio Ja- N ,
Large juicy
against Tom Rauscher for assault; niero
h: :spencer, M. U. C.; Mrs ice-cold Stratton I Langham. Br, sId llarwick JuneKPortugalete
melons at
'i I.vkiM.of F.; Mis Pauline ;' Matt McCloskey for assault; Lewis May/:" Jr, :':11.17.Jenkins, at Hamburg J. & B. FORBES.
Ice Works. Phone for one. 'I Silverdale, Hrl'IlI. Balls. Hd Shields June! .
and obscene P. of T. ; Mrs. Hay, G. Hansen, fighting using I Twickenham, Br Santos June 12 j jI

Mr*. M. I. Peterson, trustee; language; and Elliott McCloskeyfor : SHIPS. I
Ball Bearing keen cutting I i
: l lira: 1I1111.1rd. orjalli These Endymion, Kus, I2i. std East London _
opposing an cursing.
March 1st
Lawn Mowers at the
rVr< will bf installed at :!::IO I IJJ''illl.V .I Each of these defendants were I B4HKS If You Buy Them at the Boston Shoe Htore, They are Oood I II
Palma 15
afternoon.nirden Hardware Co'sIf Antonio UrE.7IS.vld! May
i\Vfilne-iljy theo, It bId Table Bray May 25
--- fined f3, Nut in the case of Rauscher
i i Hugo Nor. NIP at able Bay March 7

( hose at the Willis I V Furniture, go !I I collection of the fine was suspended.The I 1 olive Virginia!Mount, It,bid It,Malaga Bid Leith April Jan 12 lai

'I irdware Co's. I ) { I joll'aiit\!\, t to 1'R111R'e. I fight started at the club meet- i You never heard of any one using I Boston Shoe Store

ing lat night. Rauscher threw Foley's Honey and Tar and not be- ,
I | in? satisfied. W. A. D'Alemberte, i E

I It some truck water and through wet a Hansen.rear door This andit 1 1121 I I Palafox-street. I MONIA::. i iY.adles

IHileams from the nnbern Wood
A FRESH SHIPMENT OF started the trouble, and soon after- I
Ir"in rjnj-Balsam.tile ar.aia cure fur coughs.; Kid Colonials, Turn Sole, :Military Heel, Gold Buckle. . ..$1.71 I
ward all were at the city bastile. I I ,

flnes !1 I will repair your watches and Lxdies' Patent Leather Vamp. Colonials, Heavy Hole, Military Heels,
m These the only imposed
-- ., -- - -..- -- u__ were 1!1 ;Jewelry in first-class style. J. I I Up-to-Date Walking I Hhoe . ... .... .. .. ..... ... ..... ...;2(50

today. ______' __ Stephens. I
,, HERE MYERS_VOTES NO. : Fishing tackle of all kinds See Our Bargain Counter. ,

'-- :' _-- .,_; ---- ------------- ----- -- and good crab nets at the I __ ...... ...........,... ...............

'y7" :i- House Bill 95, Page 1171. A bill Willis Hardware Co's.Thos. !

to be entitled, "An act relative to the '

4 JUST RECEIVED. receipt, shipment and delivery of BOSTON SHOE STORE
freight by railroad companies and C. Watson & Co., ,
the leading Real Estate Agents,take
carriers and to compel
;i FRESH FLORIDA SYRUP I other railroad common companies to transport and owners all the worry of property off the shoulders, manage of the the NATHAN (;. I0i;('lliiMiit: : ,, l>r |>rii-or. J

return cars received from connectinglines renting of their houses and the collection I
Leaders of Low Prices. 117 South Palafox Street
of their
rents as conscientiously
of railroads to construct sidings f
> as they would themselves. .. ,
with each other'slines.
connections ---- -- -
Their charges are very reasonable.CASTORIA. "
t --- ." Mr. Myers voted NO. 28june1wMcDuffie's THK SAMliOSA: I j jiUKK VIRGINIA COLLECE t
\vi: IIAMH.I: ,

i M. F. Gonzalez & Co's Corn Meal kIl'I.t'SIVILv. I Liver Pills makes Little blue Blue people I Bathing in the-warm gulf waters is I .Schools for .Young ix. Wr!Ladles. one of In the the leading H*utb I t

: I j bright, cleanses the !system of all For Infants and Children. conceeded to be the finest in the | (New urnpas uilding4.ten itcrn. pianos Grand mountain and equipment/ ;'

U SIf tleletenous and unhealthy matter world. Evervthin; for plea ure with ry ID Valley of Va_ famed for health.ieene-Earop..n .
I and makes a new person of you. He Kind You Have Always Bough! safety Good board and lodging, by ,' (onservatorr and Amercao teacben. Full course,
t5 CENTS. week. Luncheon advantage; in Art,Mu.lcand
the day or prompt. ,
k Hold by John heppard, 405 S. Pal- Bears tLe8gaatnre /7f'J/ ly served at all hours, day or night. For catalogueartilre-,9 irom thirty Htatei it I

If SOL CAHN & CO.STAPLE I afox strett.Marston. ofi CHARLES H. BCKION, j! MA1TI. HAKUIH.rTesident. 4t ;,
I'.oanokr, \a.
= -- -- i I 2m-tf Manager. ,II ft

$ Quina carry i Everybody ha a right to a little _

ft AND FANCY GROCERS k 1 the largest line of matting, IIIDe, '\'A rrED. Elegant china closets, I piece of this earth. But they must
fight for it. They
must watch their
sideboards and leather-
rugs, window shades, etc., )IUDEKS WANTEUattheauctlonMoiTday chance to get it, and get ft. I
t Corner Palafox and Intendencia Streets. k I ) morning. Jun.-311.> for (1 I"') worth
seat chairs at Marston ; Thos.
in the cityWe lay our of second-bsndfurniture. Koblnson Cr. $
Fla. matting free.ICECOLD 1.0 H e4ALL. Quina's. Low prices; easy have some particularly fine bargains
Telephone 1 178. Pensacola = to offer just now, and they invite
I payments. you to come and
WATERMELONS: : AT r'OK SALE \T Al'CTION-IHM) worth of investigate same.
F second-baud furniture. Monday morn- Yon will never regret having doneor
SSSS THEOARFIELD ICE CO'S.? in?,June SO. Kobinson ACe. it I Try THE NEWS Want Column \ ,
j I

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This is a very A ('.useful.1.1 to hang on GLORY NAME ( WEATHER STATI8TCIS

the wall to put flowers or any small OF A GOOD weather"'statistics ,,' C MISS SARAH FINLEY,

article!<< In. Any size card Ollrd box of The following interesting .
'' Viee President of the Palmetto Club Memphis Tenn.WIXE .
fairly strong male Is ued for the fount have been compiled by the

A Prominent Chicago Woman Writ- local weather bureau covering a per
OF CARDUI following! praise
iod of 22 years.i I oa 11'isI :
i to Mrs. Pinkham [ ] thoroughly of Cardai:
ing ; Says : i Temperature. I and modem -

t 1 Mean or normal: temperature. 81 remedy, meet- "Among the atimerolf.I

degrees. I i ing the needs of the modern mtdicina FIB before lufferine -
'Honor to Whom Honor is Due and You Deserve Both ,
/ i I The warmest month was that of woman in the modern way worn*a for their edict

i, the Thanks and Honor of the Mothers of America 1SS1.The with coldest an average month was of 63 that degrees.of 1894, II -without the torture of an none ua touch McEWs

operation. Wine of Cardai Vine of Grim, It
with of i9 degrees. tovtn
i Whom You Have So Blessedly Benefited." an average 103I has cured them in the pri above them ill
I Iu The highest temperature was f u i reliable
9f of their homes and it
d1a II I degrees on July 12, 1901. I vacy tamale remedy. It ,
I : has found a place in the KUi 5n\ rtney (limply
II After years of struggle to attain public confidence, with a firm and steadfast i The lowest temperature was 64 degrees 'I''I'I __ drives pain sad dutix
j hearts of American tway
I Jul6.. 1582.i ; .
I belief that some day others will recog-nize in us the truth good faith and and restores health In
found. In an incredibly!
medicine has short
which first 1ll.1 that no other
honesty of purpose that we know we pos;,esi. what a genuine satisfaction it i is i Average date on :
to have succee-Ud and to feel the uplifting influence of the merited confidenceof ing" frost occurred in autumn ( their gratitude over 10,000 American period. I have taken'great interest ia this

the vast; Army of our fellow beings. ber 1. 'COOl'j I women have written letters commend- medicine for the put two yean, since it

This 5* the standing of Mrs. I'mkham among the women of America to- Average date on which last"killing"I ing Wine of Cardui.[ Wine of Cardui brought health and strength to me. I

THE WALl BOX. dly, and Mrs. Brown's letter which we have the great privilege to herewith frost occurred in spring. March 4. I meets their wane as no other medicine have also recommended it to a number
publish with her portrait is only another visible evidence of this truth and I Precipitation. doe!. It sustains the young girl at the
Ths! is centred with velvet of friends and they who have
Ii dation. or that of all the medicines for womens' ills in the world Lydia E. Pilikhani'3 shock of her entrance to womanhood. my utcd it
tatin lightly! dra -d round and has a 'Ia Vegetable Compound stands today pre-eminently at the head. i I i of Average an inch number or more,of 13.days with .01 j I Women who take Wine of Cardui have speak of. it in the highest terms and I ftel
Ii roundel drajwry of satin over each | that it a praise well bestowed"
The greatest monthly precipitationwas little discomfort daring pregnancy and
j.el} klde. The is embroidered with i
drug cry 1 (II 13.68 inches in 1 S&'?. j little pain at childbirth. When the If you are suffering from female:
l of fi' wra (,r a hiiule dower {I b.
hpray ,
ti iyA '' The feast monthly precipitation was change of life appears they enter a ea1aim Wine of Cardui u the iae-Ji.
It is iilarfl "\tor t-tid III >!liu. is lined I neM.
.19 inches in it'
I : 1S97. happy, healthy olfage. Every month cone you
with S.IN-VU: ;.1.1! ti-i- orI The amount of precipitation can
greatest comes to the rescue to assist Nature in : lan. u
silk or nl..II( :.. The inside Is lined with I recorded in any 24 consecutive throwing the impurities from the body.Sliss I FinJey} if you will take the \\ m,

satin that: .!hi.ul.l lot laid over a thin hours was 5.01 inches on July 7, 1S96. treatment. If you need a i.
11."t'I! of Wii' l to nuke it look soft Clouds and Weather. Miss Sarah Finley of remph13'1 I I i vice; further than the complete direc-

'I It DI.I'> !t.*. I:\I'il in with !eccotiue. The '! Average number of clear days. 9: Tenn., vice-president of the I Lions given on the bottle, address TLa
1'ii'! s .iirvc-1 tn the hale (Lov\n and i.sCDr"l i partly cbudy days 15; ; cloudy dl's, Club of that city speaks for herself! and, Lalies Advisory Department, Charu-
many friends when she bestows the nooga fled Co., Chattanooga, Tenn.
;.1 w :!'i inbruM'Twl satin to I.

. Ki.iti, !d. i1,. .:'r.ijK-ry and i is liul'tJ at the Wind. '

. lim, k \\ :.i'I:. -..:III. The edge is finished i I The prevailing winds have been from A million suffering! '\\J;u tl
WINE of CARDVI haT found relief
the southwest. 13
. a rin::r, and a r< M-tte Is placedat
'I The of rhe wind Wine of Cardui.
velocity was
-nl the :
o; i- I. iimtth thn>e on corIKS -
. : 71 : miles from the north on July 7.
Two l loops mutt Ioe I sewed at the

10... kLox 'd hid by which l to suspend tLeij 1b96.


tnlnl flour. I The following letter from RobertR. o==:: ========::==:: o

I'fjl"1! s tI!..- ihxini are new and well I I Watts of Salem: Mo., is instructive

a a stalii n. ;.ruvts them :;rt-atly, and : "I have been troubled with WILL
hard-.M1 ) : v kidney disease for the last five

years. I lost flesh and never felt Keeps a Complete, First-Class, Up-to-Date Stockof
rlMII,1! liMik' Letter MaiuiiL 1'or the

drauiug; ri..'ii jn-rlaps the finish used i 1 well and and doctored tried all with remedie leading physicians sug- Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries.No .

ou j'Krijui-t t! iors is the b''st-i. e., white i
gested without relief. Finally I 30 W. Government St.
sU-llac and afterward wax, the first : tried Foley's Kidney Cure and less Salisbury Block.

coat of MifKac! : :-tmij; as a filler, the I than two bottle completely cured TELEPHONE: 327.:

bw-or.d 81 a \'arnhb.fu'r this the ( me and I am now sound and well." _ _ _u __ __ __ ___- __ __ _
wax IM "-\i Tily aj'i.lietl with a rag. left W. A. D'Alemberte. 121 S. Palafox.To .

to dry M'\rul li! .nir Oh! longer the i Complete' Large Mill. ICE AND WOOD.

Letter), tltuoL:>he floor dru-li tlmt for the ......... -
cuiiis purj oi>e. -. and last installment in payment WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH L* RGER TRADE
Then a fl.inm-l cloth: is !laid the floor "- ::-
on ; '
"Y'I for the additional stock !
I -;;;: i in the Harmony -
the brush i>'it ujwin{ it to give it weight, MRS. MAY BROWN '1 Grove nulls has been called for, i|' THIS SUMMER THAN EVEU PEFCRE
: and the rt 'a i t ifin: \ polished to give it i
to be paid on July 1. This will
I Ju"+'r. liter this floors are easily kept Chairman Program Committee, Westside Literary Union, Chicago, IIIu plete the recent large additions male corns SEND US YOUR ORDERS NOW
s i
lirfxlit !IIY It-.m; i>olislif to this mill and it will\( now be one of
with the fi.uiitf: uitilrr the heavy door deserve [Loth the thanks and honor of the mothers of America whom the Thompson Olsen & Co.
largest in capital as well in
a brush! \\hii! !h slides! along easily, and you have so blessedly hrli>ed and K-nefited. I have used Lydia T. size in Jackson as ,

rttMt-d dally! aftt-r MvtHi>iifi with an IMukhain's Yl' etahlc CoiniNiiiiul when I would feel run.down or county. Manresa Street Telephone 247.

!1 ordinary"l'r which is pruned a have any of the aches and pants which but few women escape, and I j ,
"wlt'll c'dth. h h ave found that it relieved me at once and gave me new strength. Several R. E. Lester Renominated. I -- -- -- -- --- ---- -- -------- -------- ---
tl ___ : Statesboro. Ga June 26.
-The del ,
ladies niemlvrs of ESTABLISHED 1863.
our Literary Union speak in highest praise ofrlml'" gates from the first district met here
Oul of heir Vegetable Compound as they have been cured from serious female .

ril'dUsli.uus\ have gone entirely out trouble s. Onu lady, who thought .he must submit to an operation was and renominated Rufus E. Letter fo McKENZIE OERTING & CO

i-f t.i..!imn, .CM! the brds are Cuuwl in cured without using anything in the woild but Lydia I:. I'inkhaiu's : congress.. ,

HitI.Miini- a iKiUjiiead of dain-! "'"ft>tahle Coiupouiul ami Sanatho 11'a+h. You have hosts of Interesting to Asthma Sufferers. o .AL.Bsr I e 0

t> il'iii'ij oi with a tlowt-rod cretonne friends; in (11 cat1. and if you clone to vi>it our city we would delight to

,-.}\" 'niiB-, If the sumiiMT home is a I j I do pill hoimr." Gratefully youis.-MRS. MAY I KOWN, 57 Grant Place, writes Daniel: "I Bante have of Otterville had asthma, Iowa for, Ship Chandlery and General aardwape.80S

binail one and U-cre is a demand for Chicago, Ill. three or four years: and have tried ,

greater: room. couch beds are put into How Mrs. Pinkham Helped Mrs. McKinny." about all the cough and asthma AND 005 & PALAH3X 8T11KET.

tieari.iu: rooms. In the djytime DK VR MM. 1'1=KHUI : I feel it my duty to write and let you know thegood cures in the market and have received --A.GENOY
these ouuch'-s are ecu-red with a gay and Vegetable Compound I had been sick treatment from physician*
you jour are doing. ever since REVERE COPPER COMPANY JOHN A. ROEBLINO'S
cover of (..Jar cloth or (hints and with my tint baby was born and at the birth of my second, my doctor as well as in New York and other cities, GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUSSEL! & BON'S PCMPB.POMS CO.'B
I:. u iTofuHiuii of sofa I'illows one would myself thought I should never live through it. After that menstruation but got very little benefit un- <

U1. ii'-\t-r lure* that they were designed never came regular and when it came I suffered terribly. I also had til I tried Folev's Honey and J Cum>; SirtftH Pilits, Ills liitietl lutmauts, harts iickiri, Iktlii!
it to wr tluuMe !"'f'kl't night the womb and ovarian trouble. A friend of my husband's advised him to jet Tar which ame immediate -
i! Lydia K. IMnkhnia's relief and I will never be COMPASSES, LOGS, ETC.
rover U !! rt-mo\ed Vegetable Compound for me. At first I had no
tally aivl the couchtransformed faith in it, but now nothing could induce me to be without it. Menstruation without it in my houe. I sincerely C. McKenzie Oerting Collecting Agent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent As so
I' into the most comfortable has become regular and I feel like a new woman. Your medicine is & Godsend recommend it to all." W. A. D'Al- .
tf beds.: to !'1tfl'ringWOtnt'n.. I hope this letter will lead others to try Lydia emberte, 1-1 H. Palafox.Seasonable -

E. Piiikham's Vegetable Compound. Yours truly, MRS. MILDRED
tot. I'liiln Ilnrn Skirt.. McKixxv: ; 1'earl St., San Francisco.: Cal. March 16, 1\11)1). householdand The Star
1 The Ju If there is
j anything? in your case about which you would
kitchen utensils at the ,
: n-sts HtiMiIutcly in its studied bliniilldiv. -
like advice
pedal write freely to .Mrs. Pinkham. Address Is
; Kliilinrateness! of any descriptions Lynn, )Ia'. Her advice( I.* free. Willis Hardware Co.'s.
ruiuplet! *.l) out c.f place unless of Biggest, Busiest, Best !

'ourse. It lianc-fs to beome exclusive REWARD.-webaredepoettedwnhtha\auonlCity Bank of Ljnn,f 5000.1 C.A.&TOn.XA.
hand rnibpiidiry or applications! of $5000 which 1II'1111.e paid to any person who can tlnJ that tLe above testimonial letter | Beutha illltirfY31Hate IA3r33ojBr II:
are not geuuiu,or wer patiUsbel before obtaioiug the writer1 ipeeial per-1
Jl'?. Plain linen skirts IUrIlIf.UlltPtIIy mission. Lydia E. Finkham Medicine Co. Lynn, II.... | y# : t
tiniiroldered; lineu boleros! are counted Is Evening on

... among the thing's that are chic. -- i _,
The who his home Your Swell Friend,
. -- man owns own
Cum Cancer, Blood Poison, Eating LAW DEPARTMENT insures himself against lots of
Sores Ulcers, Costs Nothing to Try. trouble and worry. Nobody can t you wil! find will be warmly re,
F- raise his:! rent, and the rent day ha
Blood celved if well
i poi iitMi and tully! cancer you are and neatin :
no terrors for him. It'sea-y to ow I
are the worst and most deepseatedblood John B. Stetson University a home now-a-day?. Thos. C. I :-- dressed and your linen is irreproac '

I di'eaPi on eartli yet thee.iciet WatSOn & Co. can tell you how i able. A woman of refineme-:
to cure when Botanic Blond Co Land, Florida. easy it H. Cull; and see them.
i( ( always gaue a man's well bred instincts
Balm is *t-d. If have bluo --- -- -- -- -- '
?1; n you JtH1' ()\:Ia I'h. II., l'rl'"I"nl1BEnT.J.: F.MJIUII, LU B.. Dean by the condition of his; line..,
poison, pri'iiucinsj ulcer, bonPpJI'li.
,tI i pimplfs, inucuous lutchefallin:; Tall T 'i-iu l'"nuaehrc<< >. \V"-d.i.\ OctuhiT 1 lM i:. LODGE DIRECTORYKNIGHTS J t and be goes into her presence ar

r} hair itclni.irkincrufuld.old rhfiiinati TWO YKAR- oi'K-'F-Ttif. .LI+ l'. +p nw'-;at ol .lobn 1:, -tetson L'nlversitv jlvts I 'f snored with beauty when his shirt
.. =m or dtfen-ive f'>rm .>f ctirrhsctoiandeaIP.deadly at\\UKviKKK o-\far-' cOul..I-\iI lIl'-a,11O.,1..1'.. lu THE. -Tb..dploll"'\>-tr. of I.I. B Departmwnt' of John M. tt i F collars and cuffs have been don uj

can; <'r, eat :; otvm l'"It"Jmt to tut- HarH'KIHKK OF PYTHIA&Fennftcola x' at the star
' iug1, bleeding, feterin o\H', swell\ !'.' iRS1A'fb'.N--r>or the Law Ar.nouno-iii of 1:.':.'-:?and all otht-r deAL1.KUI Laundry
1Ii inK! lamp. per..i>taut wart or *')1'10. ,lrrJiatunnnttpnrr (:trdtD il tb. h..p"rlm"I1t.II'.1Jr....? Lodge, No. S, K. of P.,
take Hut into Blood i'.ilin < lt. 11. B.j J. FAltRAH Dean of Law Department.De .
", It will cure even the worst c"i,e after'tverythin '! Land. Fla. meets at every sil at Monday Castle etenIng Hat. ALL WORK C. 0. D. Goods Callfi for &nd Deltoid Free

.f! el-P fail*. B.I It. B. drain* '! In the Bloant-W tio>
I the poison out of the ,.y"tf>m and the handing third floor TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST.
Visiting brethren oordltli-
'll blood then ,'very.ore .iU.iiukiii!; Tulane University of Louisiana. welcomed.
1 the blood pure and rich, and building M.CAMPBELL WALKER INGRAHAM Manager.
up the broken-down body. It.)-
11 Nom Orloaur. .
I ( -- -- --
tanic Blond Halm < H. H. H.) thor-

1 ouhly! tested fllr11: ycirDrui:; -- -- -- 6.1t. FRED MYERS FRIEND I' I7BY.&I..1IRf'u"",* Right: Away
:tJ stored, $1 i per lire bottle.I Trul EDWIN sod make a eedj end otcouju and to.di
treatment free by writing: Hlood I LL.D., President
Balm Co., Atlanta, (Ji: De-crib e J OF THE BEEF TRUST
hull ('Doers Again
trouble and free medical advice .Sevpn r4i>par\tr In llrp lnnItUa.t'5.l'Icl'nc rtm..nts. Mxtwr: KozinfTin tiulldlr! ,. Kxten'i\e Law. Medielne.Libraries Pharmacy. Laboratories, Art.! I i; The Beer
j given until cured. B B, It. does not t mid \Vorkslioi,. --jjlcnJitl ('I'IHHIIII..ut for U'oin-a IQ be ewcomb College. 1sNeI i i

contain mineral poNons or mercury '' Tulannniakeil"adrri. in all vocation. It< facilities; for instruction are unsurpassed J : JI Senate Bill No. 18: A Bill to be
advertiadreined iPado in tbt session. Many .a &0
(as 'o many > in tbKc (1.?rac to Louisiana boy, KxpeDM-s of sehol 4cbolahhlP'1 I entitled "An Act to prohibit arrange. That MadeDAHHH
but U composed of Pure Botanic In.m = @
II7ifiir sriswD. Board and loUla*; iadoriuitorlt-5 At tow rate.
gredient Over 3000 Mimoni d- of academic stud.-r.t- for ".If-bt-lp. lc the Aeai mic follf s-. no hoyU properly prepared I.W.HARPERKENTUCKY ments, contracts, agreements, trusts ,
cures by taking Botanic: Blood Balm for collet* nor., will h. turned a."y from in.V.i.iny to pay nation Neil session b.'. or combinations, and certain other

m (U. B. it.' gins O tolJer ht i Send for Catalogue.Address. It. BRfKK.Secretary. acts or things intended to or tendingto D II iSSE I R r AM OOS

Will Have Capital of $40.000,000. WHISKEY prevent, hinder or obstruct the law. '

, Trenton, X J.. June :T.-The AIU ri. 'I' ..-......-C'HIJW. Nt>TIC'KH. I Morston $ Quinct are sole -' -- ful sale of Florida fed beef, or other
I ,
can steel foundries lie ld here today a -- *I ''' dw beef meat cattle : -16VICTORIA-
n ri I agents for the celebrated m or or other edible
: certificate of corporation, capital $H' ,, aSr.ITHElltte..aPtano"[ .grit-I.. ; 1or L' animal in this state cr tendingto ,
t' ooo. ol). The concern is authorized to 1 re- Odorless refrigerators, !
spon ; contracted monopolize the sale of or the price !
by the crew of sId veesai !
manufacture iron steel and absolutely guaranteed
manl; ,, "
t neee and other materials and all articles To order E.or. GOt)1I.'LL.Captaia. ,. money refunded.If Soli( t? Daiilieisser Bros. thereof.Referred to the Judiciary committeeof I MADE BY ACME; BREWING CO.
partially! consisting of the same. - JU I I BUST 10-CENT
I which Mr. Myers was chairman. BOTTLE BEKKIN
Ready to Yield. the captain own- ': you want a nice present to give j TOWN.DANNHEIBSER.
1 "I used DeWitt's Witch Hazel 'aXF.ITHfK .une*$ of !bl'l to a friend, go and look through the (Page 61.) I I
s Cairnloch will I elegant line of suitable articles at KIDHEt Judiciary Committee, after
Salve for piles and found it a certain i rl'.pon for debts eon I J. I. DISEIiSES I BROS.
''! traded by the crew of slid"eo.t.. Stephens, you surely can find examination returns Senate Bill
cure," p.iyH. R. Meredith Willow', 1' MlTCBELi. something to please you. If you No. AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATEDI
; Grove Del. Operations unnecessary Southern states L. to.. laprain. want anything in the Diamond fine 18, without recommendation. (Page
to cure pile*. They always yield to Consignee. ITJUThere's be sure to see him before you buy. an tha molt fatal ol all elM. 103.) I I I. ? Harper Whist,'.

j. Witch Hazel Salve. Cures .
DeWitts -- ----
-- -- wu.FOLEY'S. On Main
of Hoae
passage Senate Bill No. 18, -401 8. Palafox street.
skin disease, all kinds of wounds. lots of money be made
f Accept no counterfeits. Harris'! In real tate-lot of it. A real estate Escambla Honda, In County cbancery.Circuit Court,State ot Mr. Myers voted NO. (Page 312,) R. R. Exchange-Opp. Union Depot.

. : Pharmacy John t Sueppard, Sidney sign H usually a flner-board to Barney Williams. I B9Hor I [Senate Journal 1897]. P. O. Box 281. Pensacola, Fla.

'. Kahn. ;- wealth. Thos. C. Watson & cs.LttlirWilliams. \ I Phonea 118-263.

Co., the leading Real Estate firm un Monday, the 7th day of July, A. D. IS--!. CN leN[STIlt.. INGLIS"
; PJ1Iy.BatlaID Stops the Tickling, ,''aave some offers which it would tbt'd..lenJant.LHlE'r Williams, ij required
and QW J.:i iiats. tnfl.Tmimic la thd'ItraatPocket be worth your while to consider. Go 1 in.1 appear to the bill filed agamst her here rnontf' fffun&d. ContAinittcotoluA ENNYROIfALr PILLS CURE YOURSELF

-- -- I| and see them today and don't wait This order to be published once eachwk rtmedltu by t>ml' CAFE.p -.'. La/lswona'e CCQfd Cr Big Q for"l.lDltalDlDatIoD"
cutlery and scissors till for four f .. Ylrlops
to-norrow. consecutive weeks In the CHICHKSTEK .
IHIL\ NES- newspaper war phriidtni u the bat (of I. KED sat bold ..KM.USH..,... O.v-N irnuuoDi or ulcorHionft. .
from the finest to the i i I said Ljcanibitt published ia -"k .... _. arL: wN t. mean. cf ma coot numbnaM.PunloM.
Tah..I"u. ..
county. a..r.
h Premt/Ce.aQy aoit not Mtna*
cheapest at the Willis A.M.MCMILLAX. KIdnly and BUAJtf troublu. ,j' B..f r."lIrace... .r...1.I.h.. ... .. Efrulll.Ewt.tfA, g.0tetolw0oallaeuna
Foley's Honey Tar Clerk Circuit Court "r ... .... '
:} ',I and I .TealtIr. ... \. au b >D..acltu.
fflX7w.LIB M .
B p lId
Hardware By H. Barton. I). C. R.n. r. La4 "' ,,"IF,', ..
Co. l twchildrensefesure. fro opiates. l'e:15acOla, Ha. May 3J, lvtt'. J.oaw',,1 I W. A. D'ALEMBERTE. I "I D_. MaiL_ loses( rs..e.a Selia, Qgy erseot to plats mpptr,

J awuai 1Ia,.. li lyq.kkhMebe-I.SiivI 1'1I1L4.1'4 C.,. '+1. IcriItot rctdu seat ca niaNi..

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schools . . 9.651 -
FINANCIAL STATEMENTOf sundry cratic[ ticket, national, state and
H,130-John Scott, janitor THE PRIMARY county who are by the lawsof
School Xo. 1. . . . 40.00 the state lawful electors of
the Board: of Public Instructionfcr 14,133Vm. Davis, janitor I the election district In which they I

8. School Xo. 70 . . ''
the Worth Ending May 10.00 offer to vote, who have paid their poll
19C2. I 14l38-W.. & B. Forbes, ; ELECTION CALLA taxes legally due not less than ten

Al| i.1) 7-To balance on hanJ.J 3.14S.31 supplies sundry schools. 9.95 days before such primary election is 11-To cash from tax I 14,133: Miss S. B. Stockard, held, and who shall, when challengedby

year CI 1:+.). . . . 1,500.00;; I for janitor school No. 27. 5.00 -- any elector, pledge in writing upon
a-I,I .'s-To cash tax ale 14154A. H. D'Alemberte, oath, before an Inspector, his honor to
:g ate . . . . 24.121 I returned poll tax . 1.00 primary of the democratic i abide by and support the result of such
v, ., -Tn taste frccn tax ,j lUH-A. H. D'Alemberte, party will be held In Escambia county primary, and vote for the nominees

'I i 119'11.: . . 1OU122I printing poll tax cards. 10.00 I Florida, on the 15th day of July, A. D. therefor. for infants and Children.The .
14.142-Bonifay & Son, sup- 1902, for the purpose of nominating The inspectors to conduct this election -

$ 7.673.C5; plies school Xo. 5. . 1.D5! candidates for the following offices: will be selected by the committee Iind'Volt Have Always Bought has borne the signature

14H9ews Pub. Co., printing I One United States Senator. at a meeting to be held at the of Chas. II. Fletcher, and has been made under his
Credit By Warrants Paid. fin. statements, &c. 14.0 I One Representative In office of Judge T. McCulIagh, at
Congress, 3rd personal supervision for over 30 Allow no ono
-4''! -Miss Frank Sampey, 14.145-Henry Armstrong, District. 7:30 p. m., June 24, 1902. This committee years.
i-.t hersalary. . . 45.00 supplies school Xo. 59. 2.15 One Justice of the Supreme Court. will meet at Judge McCul- to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and
: : .".'-K. Stewart, teacher's 14,131-Jefferson Jones, janitor One Secretary of State. lagh's office at 8 o'clock, Saturday "Ju..t-a'-jjood" are but Experiments, and endanger the

. . . . 50.00;; school Xo. 2. . . 10.00 One Comptroller night, July 19, 1902 for the purpose of health of Children-Experience against Experiment.
: A9-A.:: E. Graham teach- 13,904liss Delia Hilton Two Railroad Commissioners.One canvassing the vote and announcingthe :

: s salary. . .: . 125.00: II teacher's salary. . . 30.00 State Senator 2nd District. result of said election and the inspectors : The Kind You HaveAlways BoughtBears
.: : : 13.971-Mrs. A. K. will have then and there the
i s>55-Miss s.. B. Stockard, Suter i Two Members of the House of Representatives -
teacher's salary. . . ;50.00 teacher's: salary. . .'. 50.00 returns of said election; if they have the Signature of
i : 34-Miss Buda Day, teach- J 4,023-Miss Daisy 1Ventwotth I One Tax Assessor. not been already forwarded to the

fr's salary! . . . 4.50; I. teacher's salary. 43.00: One Tax Collector chairman of this committee.C. .
!4 s-Mus Ida Davis, teach. 14,029 Miss G. M. Crist I One County Treasurer. B. PARKHILL,

..r a salary . . . 25.00 I teacher's salary. . . 35.00 I Five County Commissioners. DAX MURPHY, Chairman;
i v.7;-Mrs. A. K. Suter, I It. I5-A. M. DeVaughn, Three Members of the County Boardof Secretary.

ta<'her's !salary . . 50.00 teacher's salary. . . 22.50;; Public Instruction.One .
iv- -Mrs. J.V.. Owsl y, I HolSliss D. Hilton, teach: I Justice of the Peace for District '

's' salary . . 4100: I er's salary . . . 30.00 No. One. INSPECTOR8AND CLERKS.The In Use For'Over'30 Years/

*'Ij-J no. A. Gibbon, teach-: 4,1111liss M. Morley, I, One Constable for Districts Xos. 1, .w. trw..u. e......... n ..u.... ....n. rrw"0.. CITY r

.> salary . . . I teacher's salary . . 38.25: 3,9,5,6. following named persons have .. ,....
i .*">-J. M. Tate teacher's 13..' 3-Mrs. J.V.. Chvbley, I One Chairman of the County Exe- been appointed by the Democratic

-1 ary . . . . I teacher's salary . . 3S.25 cutive Committee. Executive Committee of Escambfa: REMOVAL NOTICE.Dr. .
;-Miss Olhe Andrews, I 13. io-Miss Ethel White, I One Secretary of the County Executive county to conduct the primary elec.tion "16,600 fr*.

ai-her's salary . . 45.001: : H'adlt'r's salary. . . 43.00 Committee.One of July 13, 1902 in their respective / Awarded at Paris
i I' "1 1-Miss Eva Suags, i 13. li-Miss Stella Lowell I member of the county executive precincts, under the rules of the G. H. Tuttle

ai her's salary. . . 35.Oa; teacher's salary . . 30.00'I' Committee in and for Precincts Xos. State and County Democratic Executive ,
i "''+:5-Miss; Maggie Ray, 13Sj2liss F. C. Barnes, I one to twenty. inclusive. I Committees and the instructionsthat Dr. J. G. Heard,

'. a'ht>r't; salary. . . 45lI /') teacher's salary . . 3.00 I The State Executive Committee has' will be furnished them: I auiNALAROCHEWINE
I "OJ-D. J. Uaecut, teach: 13.S.VJ:; -MissM. Bishop, teach- I prescribed the rules and regulations Precinct Xo. 1.-G. C. Clifford Jno. DENTISTS.

'<; !salary . . . :;j.i') < r's salary . . . I.J.(1)i of the primary for state officers including I M. Rlch. Sr., inspectors; R. L. Roberts i ,\
i ,'.:-Mi:;a Daisy Anson, i 13.90.J: :: Miss IJuda Day, teach: I the State Senator and members -, clerk. llnmns 7 anti U, Masonic Tf tuple.

", aihet salary . . ;:i.QQ''I er's salary . . . 6.7313S of the House of Representatives, Precinct Xo. 2.-Frank Marx.: Ash CORDIAL All branches of -nrgicBl. Operative and
v.'j; -Mi:;s K. Loftin ttach- : 1S-\Vm. J. Scott teach and the County Executive Committee Cravey, inspectors; J.!hn Davenpoit Hithe't recommendations for cure of Poorness j M l''h"nll'"ll't'ollblry porlornrrdwitIi technical -
.' 's salary . . . 43.00; i er's salary . . . :3t?"u) I 1I at a meeting held in the office of clerk. of I Blood Stomach troubles and. General Os- fckill.ppcial .
I II I tiii't Incrcisrs the rr"n' strenttheas
!':-Miss .\. L. Holmes, I IS/J l-Miss Hinla Day, County Judge McCulIagh: on the 2Cth I Precinct Xo. 3.-C. H. Bo'e't.V. J I the nenes and builds up the entire q steni.S3 t9 attention given to Children'
.. :.' i's salary. . . 43.00: I teacher's balary . . 13...') day of May, 19o2; provided rules and \Vilkins inspectors; C. II. Knpfnaa roc Drount Teeth.l.old Work.and Porcelain Killings Ciowu
", -MiE.! Thornton, I 13.972! -Mis. !S. U. Sampey, regulations as follows, in accordance clot k. PARIS bridge

M '.' : -alary! ..7t . 43.00: !I teacher's salary: .: 45.413,976Miss :; : with the platform and regulations of I Precinct Xo. 4.-S. P. Hendrix, Maik F. Fouprra A Co.Actul I.ttBtl'flal: ; Competent Kquipmcnt. <..

t : .>7 s. It Tate teacher's lIalsyn"on., the State Executive Committee for the Hurd, Jr., inspectors; John Lanpren .. VI.ANTALrMIDY. Telephone Xo. <>'7H.Will. .
"'"'1'!" . . . . -14...:; : teacher's salary . . 43.00: t nomination of candidates for Tax Assessor I i'clerk.
".7-M." J/.-nnh Griffin 11I.IIIIII-.J. M. Tate teach- Tax Collector, County I Precinct Xo. 5A. J. Busbee.V B

'. ai JKIalary :. . 15.1'J tr's salary . . . 7'Ui'i urer, County Commissioners, 'Treas'l Weaver, inspectors: ; H. F. Fiater.cleik. .
J > : i-.\. E. Hahan, teach- HJIII1-'lrs. II. T.'aci1'r's : Board, and Members of the I

alary. . . . :31.50: salary . . 42..:; Committee: I Precinct Xo. 6.-T. J. Davidson.C HIlolihs ? CDImrortf ij.
11.11112-8.' R. Tate, teach The of the candidates for'
"'.l-Mi.s. A.V.. McReybailiT's names inspectors; B. M. Bonifay I
!-. salary. 30.00 : er's salary . . . 42.73: these different county offices and members ; cleik.Precinct. ThC tiny Capsules iresuperiori
-t-A. U. Morrison, teach- ,,11032-Miss i I, C. M. McLeod of the Executive Committtee must !! Xo. 7.-John Hammock JW. I to Balsam of t'opallia.
I Ii
-alaryMissO.: . . . 43.0'J: i I teacher's salary. . . 40.00 be printed upon the official ballot to be i Norris, inspectors; Ed. CampbeIl. -'bebj fond Injections 81 and Dealers In-
Miss F.C.. Barnes i: in said election July 13: ,
M.Crist.teach- 14.007- used primary clerk. They cure in 48 hours the Chinese and
alary . . . 33.: S.<* tithi.jl; wi yinc<)n.1 JapaneseFancy
:M-s; E. Thornton, Il4..2i-Miss; J. Marshall, on said ballots, and no voter will be Prcctor, inspectors; Taylor Crabueclerk. < Goods
In it
I 6.itot 0 I DRUGGISTS
!I.' I" salary. . . 43.00: I tea< h -r's salary. . . 3'i.Ou allowed to vote for or write the name ,
-T--M.-S: L. Bowman i 13.I! 'tl-Mrs. M. A. Edwards of any candidate on the said ballot. Precinct Xo. 9.-P. R. McXeill, A. J. FINE CHINA TEAS
.i. 'j" -> salaryMo . . 30.ui i teacher's salary . . 43.00:; unless the name of the candidate be Cowart inspectorsV.; T. Dick, clerk --- -- -- ,
., -: -, Gillian Ray, 12: >7x-Mrs. E. U Keaton, printed on said ballot. Precinct Xo. 10.-C. J. Ward R. E J-! 31 South Palafox St.

i > salary. . . 43.50: |I tiachei's salary. . . 30.00 Each person desiring to have his dings inspectors; B. H. Bryars clerk. Every Woma15tntereeledand.houidknow I Laundry Office. Pensacola Fla.
MI-B Nora Uetswoith, 13.M! -:Miss :M. L. Gaskins, name printed on the primary election Precinct Xo. 11.E. B. Lee. L

; ,> salary . . 22.30: I teacher's salary . . . 30.00 ballot as a candidate for the above Minims, inspectors; J. B. Stewart,. 1 atvutthewouderfus 1 NOTICK.I .
I :'' :Mss E. Clark teach- I 13..i77-Miss O. .Andrews county offices and executive committee I,| d<<.>rk.I t' e9Vi l M&R U. V hirling Spro have been authorized to take

alary . . . 45114) !I teachers salary . .' shall file with the chairman of this I| Precinct Xo. 12.-J. L. Scholls. J. G 'ibeuew tuhslnrurr.tlrhap, Ite,1.at51.1MOM l.J.rfwStout subscriptions forVm.. Jennings
'-. -Mi-!! J. Roberts, ilS.Jt'ts! Miss 1 A. Byrns. teachers county executive committee on or be ,, Oliver, inspectors; E. D. Beegs clerk ('uuvrntrnIllku.n luu.U x Bryan's paper, "The Commoner.

I- l h.-f''; salary . . :i.IO] I|I salary 1 . . . 'to-.1.) --' fore the noon hour, 12 m., on the 24th j[ Precinct Xo. 13.-J. G. White. Sr.. A" ,..r dAq'.'for ll. The price is $1.00 per year in ad-
.".- :Miss A. Ynits-tra, .":!.-:Miss :M. I.. Gaskins, day of June, A. D. 1902, his notice of t| A. A. Fisher, inspectors; J. Emmett Ittv.annotpnpprti.. / vance. Those desiring the papercan

..1h' 1'- salary . . 43.0': I, teacher's salary . . 15.00 candidacy and application in writingto Wolfe, cleik.Precinct M 11tt. hut t I., ae1 noolh.r rnr n- '".% have it pent to them by seeding
...'.-Mrs E. J. Wilson, j 14,0ml, -Mrs. M. A. Edwards have his name so printed upon a I Xo. 14.-Jos. I. Johnson. 11I.fIt..1 hoO-.IH.I'ln ptI ". #I.00to the undersigned.

h.-i, -. salary . . 501.4 j i teacher" !salary . . 43.! 0 blank to be furnished by said chair i' Dave Kugleman; inspectors; R. C. tl1'I'.an..ul.r.lllloI.o1tr'.ln.uJuahlrI.h.111fl. < M IRS I."t O., .. '1M.",, H. M. ROCHE,
T--R. Stewait, tcatl\ I H.iJ211-\liss: L. Mac-key, man, accompanied with a sum of Caldwell cleik.Piecimt I Room Care Daily News.
Sc Times
alary . . . SM.'MJ I teaclifr's: salary . . 23.00; money assessed by the committee as Xo. 13.-M. P. Palmes IUdi..IXtYork.!
-r. .... Call, teacher's l4 un' !!)-P. M. Pritchett,teacher's I folio ivs: Mansfield Moreno, inspectors. ; F. M

: ,\. :- . . . . ; )..01)11 salary . . . 43.00 Each Candidate for Tax Collector Whiting! clerk.Precinct THE GARDEN SECTION
1 14 :', :\ -- J. Roberts, teachalaty 11019-Miss) Maggie Ray, . . . . . .$100.00 Xo. If.-3. G. toward C.
:t ;; I. teacher's salary . . 43.00 Each Candidate for Tax Assessor Flowers, inspectors; J. W. King!

I.;: '\'\--Mibs Bertha Coker, H."l.-II.; B. Morrison, teach- . . . . . 73.00; clerk. o-OF! -oIFensacolet .
t- .thi r's salary . . 30.00 i 4 r's salary . . . 4:;.'",) Each Candidate for County Precinct Xo. 17.-K. A.-Kuhen J. A.

1 I' -".S- Mis. S. I'. Sampey, 12.S7': :)-Miss M. C. Jordon, ,i Treasurer .. .. ..... ... 73.00: Hendrix. inspectors; J. L. Hojt ,'If rk Florida.
'. h, lu-r's salary . . 3"0'l..7ss H. T. ,
ai 'r i salary 45.: !m3S.i teac Each Candidate for County commissioner Precinct Xo. IS.-John/ Gibson

I I..N74-M1-. B. Werden. -Miss A. M. Holman.teac . . . . 10.00 Enteikin, inspectors; J. M. Harrison
Near Hill
I. al'ho'l',. salary 99p J her's salaiy . . 30.0j Each Candidate for School clerk. East Electric Railway Terminus

L' %S4 Miss I j May Burtuu, j 13..V: ; : Miss Pauline Reese, Board . . . . . 10.00 I Precinct Xo. 10: .-W. H. Trimmer.::
"0 ai'bersalary 13.01): ) tea<"her's, salary . . 50.00 Each Candidate Justice of Peace 5.00Each Terry, Jr., inspectors; F. M. Wood Beautiful Lots for Sale.
>M. :MiH.. T. Mitchell, ', n.t.iO: -Miss E. I.. Morley, Candidate for Constable. 5.00 I clerk.
dilir salary 43.VO; adier's salary . . 45 nu Precinct Xo. 20.-G. W. McCurdy.
members of the Executive
i -77' :MiL.. M. Washingii ,, n..UO-Miss .1. M. Price, Candidate Committee for are not required to Daniel Bowman, inspectors; 1:0.1 40x137% feet at from $76 to $200 each, accord-

i t. .It !-it ,f*.; salary . 40.00 tea<"her's salary . . 22.30: pay any assessment. Mayo, cleik. ing to location and surroundings.
I I.-. Il-! Henderson: 13.J: !0 M-:Miss J. Griffin, teach 24 i C. B. PARKHILL,
after June a
As as possible -
soon --
'. ;"L.! salary 43.inj: er's salary. . . . 43.iV: ) i DAN :'IU'flPlIChairman..
list of all candidates for Exceptionally Good Neighborhood View
I ,' .' UK. Graham teach- I 114.0111-Miss M. R. :McRae I i Secretary. 23jtf Beautiful ,
positions will be printed in the newspapers ,
-aiui; > 123.0.I. ; 1 teacher's salary . . :n.1I1) ; and the chairman of the committee I High, Dry Fertile Lands.
i I. "4 Miss: : : Miss Lizzie Ellis '
M. C. Jordan [ 13.SC: will give a receipt for each POLLING BOOTHS
'. .1' h.! -is salary :3u.!w ; teacher's salary . . 27JO13927Miss
if The
of received and for
notice candidacy FOR THE PRIMARY. grandest opportunity investment ever
i ;--Miss \Vtnt\\oith, C. McLeod 1.
'.. ii ht-r's. salary. . . 43.00Mi.s : acher'a salary . . 27.00 after claims the that 24th his day name of June has any been person left offered in Pensacola.
7 }:. i.\Venu\oilli 14,021: -Miss L. C. Hayes, Following are the polling booth designated
off of the list of candidates published,
.. .nh i'b salary . . 43.::; ( ]} teacher's salary . . 40.00 his claim will be rejected unless he for the primary of July 15: Home Seekers Should See These Lots.
Miss! A. L. Holmes. 113.'. ):;-Miss L.: Bowman holds for same trom the Precinct 1-Xix, School house. -
.. ',,. I'" salary . . 43.; !"<.J t 'ac her's salary . . C.50 chairman.If a .receipt I Precinct 2-Kupfrian. Kupfiian
I :Miss Mabtl Quinn, I 14.008-Miss L. Ellis, teach number of candidates Park. -V.Clubbs

'.. "h"I's salary. . . 13.0:>> )j I er's salary . . . 30.00 shall a be larger announced than' were contemplated I Precinct 3-Windsor, School House.
i 0 4 :\II" S. H. ?u>('lvartl, .j 13.SS2-Jno. I.. Watson.teacher's when the above assessment was I Precinct 4-Ferry Pass, Hobelts'10M
,' 16'-I'. ..alar). . . 50.0'; ) salary . . 40.00 Place. Corner Garden and Alcaniz Streets.
MiM.J B.'enlt>n, 13.W7! -.Ino. I.. Watson, made, the committee can. If they see I Precinct 5-Hf'aula11. School house
,. . . 32.00 fit to do so cut down the said assessment.
i i I'" ;salary . . 4o.OO teacher's salary I Precinct Powelton Cantonmen
'The'l.Iters of the entire county F. C. BRENT WM. H KNOWLtH. W. K. HYEE, JR., J, d. KEE8K.! !:
1 "T. K Keaton teach- 13.71.1;!-.Ino. I. Watson Precinct 7-Pine Barren Beef Mari
Calais . . . 43.00; teacher's salary . . 40.00 will vote on the above-named coun- I i ket. President. Yice-Presmdent. CMbler. Aii't CaillIer ..
I officers including the chairman and .
:' ', -M I" XV.. lcHf')"- 1.f'hll-:: ( Miss Belle Hencler- Precinct 8.-Craltree, Jcnnings's:
1 < :Muaihn'! salary. 50. 1l u! I!I son. teacher's salary . ::o.nti secretary of the executive committee I store railroad.
." Mrs.. 1 L. E. Fairchild 1. except the justice of the peace and First National Bank
S. II. Collins. 113.7i2! -Miss Precinct 9.-Bluff Springs, the usual
,,.t-r's' .salary . . 42."fl: : | teacher's salary. . . 30.00: (constables and the candidates for a place.
office who shall receive a majority
1 I'. :Miss May BUI ton, 113.! ':i4-Miss I"'. Sampey, county Precinct 10-Wanlt Holland, Ward
'. .11 lit-r's salary . . :S.iu teacher's/ salary . . 27.00 of all the votes cast for that blacksmith shop.
'' '",' Miss Ella Cotton, 14.013:-Miss Hello 1 Henderson office shall be declared: the nominee I Precinct 11-Walnut Hill, school OF PENSACOLA. FLA.DIRHOTORite .
for that office.In .
'-.i'li-r'*, salary . . IS.Oii teacher's salary. . 24!on of the democratic party I house.
I the event a candidate does not receive -
-Mrs.. D. A. Told, +I H.fI1.i-o.Ii's: Eva Suggs, 1 Precinct 12-City, Intendencia and j
,nh.-1'.s !salary . . :39:?u0), I teacher's salary . 33.25 a majority of the votes cast an- I Alcaniz.
other primary election will be held on V. K. HYEB, JBD. [
.3-Mi.s: little North- I 14.ii'*:!-D. J. Haggott. teach : Precinct 13-City, Garden and Pala-
nston, u-a< h. r's salary.: 43.: ('il) er's salary . . . 3 ioO' the 12th day of August 1902: to choose fox. 0. BRENT, I
between the two candidates receivingthe ,
'"11j';-Miss Laula Matkey, 113': : ii'*-Miss j.:. lIaY 's.trach. Precinct 14-Pat McIIugh's store, Ro-
irhtr's salary . . 23.0i1: er's salary . . . SO: .Oft highest vote in the July primary. anti Palafox.
i The voters of the county at large mana Foci ad Da 3ti b AU B UAt t ad
lLoftin. Ii.
"> ; Mrs. I.. H. Stewart.tier's 13.ji'-'Ilis shall vote for the chairman and secretary Precinct llaloney': ; store, Inten m c c !1 !
'.. salary. . . :33/: i i j teacher's !salary . . 43: no 1 of the executive committee and dencia and DeVilliers. ,
': Mrs. E. 1.. Kt>aton, 1::;!;2-Miss E. Clark teach- Precinct 16-Pineville the usual
." '! salary. . . 3000+ |I -r's salary . . . 45.oo: the voters of each precinct shall vote !
.' for a member of the executive committee place. crWe draw our own Bills of Exchange on Great Britain Ireland
\ Fairchild
l'I. I.
I. M. Washington 11.i.-C. Precinct 17-Brent's Spoon's blacksmith
tta li. i .. salary . 40.00 i! er's salary . . . 42..;; : from his precinct and the candidate I shop.Precinct a,, Germany, France, Austria Italy Holland Spain Belglnm, Russia Net
i.s: ; :\11.. F. 1ln'ddSH), i' 13913-Mrs.; E. Thomas.teacher's for the executicommiU'e re- 18-McDavid, the usual way Sweden Denmark and other European countries.
: . 4iJIt: ceiving he highest vote cast shall bea
Uacti 1' .
-alaiy . 43.0fl: ) salary place.
1.'< ;:', Miss. )Lowell teach member of the executive committee I{ C Veasels Disbursed upon tho Most Favorable Terms
II Stot-kard, 13.Ii-: ; Mi>s M. Precinct 19-Molino. Ward's store.I and theft'
fon janitor. S- No. 27. 3.0fl er's salary . . . 23.: iii 1 until his successor shall be chosen in Precinct 20 Flomaton, Century. I Obligations Taken Payable at Port of naBtiration Ten or Fifteen WayiIWSafety
14 U9X.. H. Cook, Siipeiin- ;,I I:!/!'.-."'-Miss J. Snyder, teachers the year 1904. I I after Vessel Arrives there.

to ndcnt'x salary . . lO'Xim salary : 43.nO Qualifications of Voters. I I
14is; N. II. Cook. Stipfsprihc 1.1.1''.<1-J. A. Gilson. teachers Those, and only those persons !'haHhe I Whooping Cough. Deposit Boxes: for Rent In Connection i I

bill . . . Ii.; o salary . . . o.oo( permitted to become candidates be :My little son had an attack of with which we have a PriYa Apartment for theUi* I
14.j! --J. M. Ciena repairs 1 iOi: ;-Mrs. Clara Sunday fore or to'oe at or participatein : whooping eough'and: was threatened of Rent Art. 1

sundry schools . . 41.00 teacher's salary. . . -II).')0 the management of this primary with pneumonia; but for Cham- I
H.137-C. D. Vetter repairs n: >M-:Mis. Clara Sunday election who are white democratic electors : berl tin's Cough Remedy we would -

School Xo. 74; . . . 1.30 j teacher's salary . . 40 H" duly registered for the election have a serious time of it. It al-o
14.14SP :\. \ViUon.vo0, or (0thl' 12 13 and saved him from several attack* of WE WILL-FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE! ,
8'hool0.. L. . . ::.:;0 !; teacher's salary . . 14th days of June, 1902: who declare ''l'Ioup.-H. J. "STKICKKAPEX, editor
U.HG--11.8.\\'l.Itt', printing 13.1111-C.: I. Falr'rhll. teach- their adherence to the principles and WorM-llcrttltl, Fair Haven. Wash. ,, Writ today for car h n
for supt's otSi-i' . . 9.00 "I er's" salary . . . 45! organization of the democratic party For sale by all druggists! and medicine and utufl...lUuMratai.what toautiful ratalofcu"rrruiunil *- from READ our THE patronf LETTERS and ,

14,131-Mrs. J. Torreiice.: May '-Hy balance . .$ :2.247.21! national state and county, who, if dealers. J our.ft. K N>T':iriTetoea'LI for wl'.inji. / ,be convinced vita thl thoroughly joredaurr .
--- I a
janitor S Xo. 74; . . 12.00 they voted at the regular election ,UT<-hr of a U.i of fcoap rt.unk yuu,.. '
I ( txfl\f\ of tlwifrbom
14.136-Pensat'ola Oas Co., $ 7.673/.5; ; held next preceding such primary Foley's Honey ana Tar V or of ..."Prrfoinr('of U'''hand

gas for School Xo. 1. ;).04 election then voted the demo- ; cures colds, prevents pneumonia ((oniMt;laaawar.,.rrmraujintbenuirkrt..Uoaiware, Ea.... itnuiit.K lamer,Pam Rmtlrta., Cake I I
.. 14.151-TheDaily Puss print. May S-To balance. . .$ 2.247.21 ,- 1'1.lI-aandr rcautttal, Cr.wnt& 1/ ,
who trill
- -- t I' SS4bote.otsosD
Ing school notiit. . . 12.50 -- G we Rare a 60-l'lm IM..rr Art-M a
14.122 Fi Yearn of Popularity, Medical Society Attention. i toy....-lotII a hraatifuliydrooralMl at , Mrs. K. Scat, janitor I I ('ertlfthat the above statementIs t\'y I ..
ftuM tm-*! fall tut for faintly c. InnnTt. $
School Xo 40. . . SO. correct! a* is shown by the minutes i U the record of Painkiller ( Perry. There will be a regular meeting of t... r.rsmorA p> it4 vita Rarsenryr....,d..lir..andUI Inning. Koora Ueauoe C+aln:T'Con-lm.l'iilm., <'*ni.,. :Tables
lUU-n..m Bock Store, and treasurer's report. : she Pensacola Medical Society at wi |ter lenkr.Goad JAI* Co.laina. '.\'at"hH. ki. ..... and:
DiVi- but the !?h< are full of Imitations HMDMi'i ,
stationery. . . . loSt I X. B. COOK. ), jp' ) She Board of Health oft'.ce'it ULU BE=IW lork, t.ranll,.ar", t....Inll.| Marhttra,.
\txprtua. Onu )h.llnOltm".ol8.MI- *
H.I50ThE' Daily .//1( rna I. Sac and County Supt. i made to !ell upon the great j'clock p.m. Tuesday. July S and 22. l of!.,. My > utumer..rc.i! farm ** at'.nw! a err .l.inehlaptarehired r. l ....nll...- +
printing school n-'Mo. rt reputation of the genuine ; be caution 1 Visiting physicians are cordially wen p mird with the r ..antni. W. hate not tern root), we true.Nonionrjn-inirwi.. .
; s. Sul II inch ti...uirp t>Tf!do... W ir i Mn4ai>utheroMrr H a allow yon 15 U.1U-Knl \\'s! 13i<'-.. insurance : -, therefor", when yon uk for a I invited to attend. in t frw. d.y.. 1 am more loan plrawl with the,..p to oclivrr the ronili and ...jSlt your.
nunduha. Mn. AoM.3 1LlTClll.'iC. mon'y btfor paying us. Itee"ar.
. . . 1000, FlpHon",\' and Tar containno that the I DR. E. F. BRCCB, t
14,140Vm. Jf.hnsdi & Sen. opiates and can !sifely be ffivenI I bottle to see you get genu- 1, President. SALVONA SOAP CO., [or. 12th i PIKE Sts, ST. LOUIS MO .
supplies sundry schmls! 13.'15 I I children. W. A. D'Alembertp.: ine. An unfailing: remedy forcough' I'i' DR. W. C. DKWBERY, ,

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lee for the summer: First mass (

,'it. m. last mass and sermon, I. DAY.
; ; BEGINS TO= .. ( ;
.:, a. m. Evening devotions, 6 Miss Kate Wentworth left on the \ ,
M noon train today for Louisville. I \ (f'

vjoseph% Rev. Robert Fuller- Misses Florence and Bertha Griffin i ) -AT- (( \, FOR ALLThat

pastor: -First mass, 6:30 &. m.; ( )
have returned from a pleasantvisit ) et
9:30 a. m. benediction, I
I mass ;
to Mobile and Tampa. ,
[p.m. I THE BIG
'.! Miss Lizzie Golson of Marianna, is ;
I ; ( ,
',' Episcopal. the guest of her sister, Mrs. W. O. ] 'J ( 1
) ( ) will FIT ALL in Styles and Leathers to SUIT ALL at
yet Church Services the Keeling on :North Alcaniz street.
I' : i 50 Linen Skirts 1-3 off Regular Price. i 1
.. Bev. P. H. Whaley, at 7:30 Mr. W. A. McLeod, a prominent ,
Prices that will PLEASE ALL.
[a. m. and 5 p. m. citizen of Milton, stopped over in the i All White Embroidered Waists 1-3 off f;

Catherine's Church, corner city today on his return from a busi- \ (1

tea and Sixth avenue, Rev. ness trip to Mobile. :j : ; Regular Price. t ,

'-: .Bicknell, Priest in Charge ; ( \
State Health Officer Jos. Y. Porter j I II I THAT'S
-x (the absence of the Rev. Mr. : : rf FIGURED LAWNS. 4
has been appointed one of the delegates I
11, there will be services every I ,
of the United States to att"nd'' )
rat 11 o'clock, the Rev. H. A.
,:U.S.A., officiating. Sunday i the International Sanitary Confer I I Three Great Numbers for Monday Selling. i :

# = as usual. I ence. I i. ALL 08

ry I Mr. Guy Pulliam and Miss Willie Mayflower Batiste and Crepons, :

6 ,, Kaptlst.j I Adams, daughter of Supervisor of '' : 10 yards for 75c. f :

t Baptist Church-Services at Registration T. N. Adams were

"'.[lil. .and 8 p.m. Preaching by the I' wedded bere Thursday night, Rev. j : : Our 15c Line Fine Lawns, 10 yards for 98c. ; : -- u "

;]tn. }'.Jone... Iorningsubl'aYer J. M. Dannelly officiating. ; I I I

for Temporal and i All who wish to enjoy a delightful ) All our 25c Swiss Silk Organdies and i

T j{ Unconverted.s;"night/ "An" Sun-j Ap- bathing outing excursion should go on on the the big surf-sea-j/> ; and Lawns, 10 yards for $1.50. I MEYER SHOE CO. ,

; at 9:30 a. m., E. D. ;, which will leave''!
going tug Simpson
'' i YoungPeopltVujfffrice i j One Case Printed Challies, new goods, I
: ; Palafox wharf at 2:30' o'clock to- ,
at 7 p. m. All cordially morrow afternoon. Fish chowderwill : 10 yards for 40c. \ : Feet FuruMiei for Cash Only.

'lny!mss ledto: > attend.- I be served at the Life Saving'' I J ,((1' ., I II

I station. i! I ( I 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
:Nethet8lt Episcopal Church South. ) (( ;
Prof. E. R. Wharton, representingthe ) 'I' I
.Gft&iden Street Church, Rev. W'j] \ ) "" i
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Agricultural College at -
Q.VmUnd, Pastor-Her vices: at 11'': \ ) ) '

a. :m. and 8 p. m. by the pastor. I Lake Bureau City is at and Hotel the Southern Escambia Lyceum for a : !JUilliam Ioljn00n & OIt. J. M. FOLKMAN,
i !I Ii
Sunday few days and will be pleased to talk /1
superintendent; / & Contractor for "
j with parents who wish to send their i t
worth League at 7:00 p. m., Miss I ; ]i
Mary.LuolaRlchatdspresident. A I sons or daughters to college. He j __ __,____________-____ _____ ________- Call Up Phone 313 or Drop a Postal Can
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can be from 3 to ;5 -- - -
imoD seen daily p. m.
special for children will be
i All Work C. 0. D. and Guaranteed.
given by the pastor at the morning A quiet marriage was solemnized Virulent Cancer

service to which all are earnestly Thursday night at the home of Rev ; .MYERS PRESENT, Cured. \ Corner Bajlen and Government Street
Startling proof of wonderful advance
Invited. Geo. Carpenter, in which Frank
Westmark of this city and Miss BUT NOT VOTING is given by druggist G. W. One Block West of fonoffice. Right on the Bel: :..

Presbyterian.First I Roberts of Elizabeth, W. Va. An i
i II Jackson of Brent were joined )
I Senate Bill 29, A bill to be entitled, old man there had long suffered with
Presbyterian Church, Rev in wedlock in the presence of a few v DEALER
"An act to require railroad companiesin what good doctors incurable

Linn R. Walker,Pastor-Services in friends. Both of the young people :
ij have !San.
the morning at 11 a. tn. and in the i are well known and well liked here. II I' the state to erect cattle yards and cancer. They believed his \M\ PIPER i from, the Lar.Manufacturer.-,.-
8 I I i crossings on their lines of railroadin case hopeless till he used Electric i -

evening at p._in.Cluistian I IJ Principal H. Clay Armstrong of i, certain cases." The Journal shows Bitters and applied Bucklen's Arnica the United: :..

the Pensacola Classical School has but did Halve, which treatment
Science. j! I that Mr. Myers was present completely -
Feather Scroll 15c roll.
secured the services of Mi'sElma'; I,net vote. Pages 339-400, Senate Jour I cured him. When Electric Bit- per
;1 Services at 2u2 West Gregory street j
1. Maclay as instructor in history and I,nal. 1893. 28june1w ters are used to expel bilious, kid Dining Room Tapestry f 1.50 per roll.
at 11 a. m. All interested are invited ;!
l I English; for the next term of his ney and microbe poisons at the same

, r' to attend. j I school. Miss Maclay is well-known FOR SALE. time this salve exerts its matchless

; V; l'nh t'rtilli..t. here and has enjoyed exceptional healing power, blood diseases, skit wwwww1ewwvwMISS :
.. advantages at Harvard and other ,
f Fine steamer, 21 gross ton. one eruptions, ulcers and sores vanish. ,
' t't.' Sunday school at 9JO;\ a. ni ; Y. 1'. famous institutions of learning, and'will I
''"i" I state roes, five berths, triple ex- Bitters 50c, Halve 2-Jc at W. A. D'Al-
)1 C. U. at 7:15 p. m., subject, "A1 be regarded!: as a notable ad- emberte's I
n pinsion engines of 5, 7 and 12 inches 121 South Palafox.'RVNrmrrl
i Good Name," reference Prov. :22:1.:!: dition to the faculty. II DON'T IT !!
II diameter of cylinders, new boiler
;;1 Scripture: les3ouRomaus 12. Prayer I I ,
- made one year ago which is allowed
meeting every Thursday evening.All :
I i 10 carry steam pressure Il
are cordially invited to attend
: Fully and completely equipped and MONDAY
. t these services. I AND TUESDAY
; ; CARNIVAL : :guaranteed to be in A 1 condition.It l

r1 t Christian. i is; now navigating the waters of

Mobile Bay and tributaries.For NICK'SRESTAI
r. Church of Christ, Corner Alcaaiz I O-AT-o

; and Jackon; -llible school at 9:43: : i iI The Carnival Association has secured better information write or

I I a. in.; communion service at 11 the following list of subscriptions apply: to L. C. GOULD, I

a. in. ; prayer 1I1t'etitJVtldne.dlY: at J26&2- Dolive. Ala. L. FRIEDMAN & CO'SRACKET

, 7:45 p. m. You are invited to We hereby agree to subscribe for I
at-I Ice cold melons, large, T
tend thee ?ervice such number of shares in the Pensa : t STORE.
. I luscious and juicy, at the @
cola Carnival Association as are set'

f Lutheran. I opposite our names on the followinglist Stratton Ice Works. Telephone I -

German Lutheran Church-Sun I said shares to cost |23 each: j your order. 5,000 yards Embroideries and Inser-
'I day sehool.9a. m. ; German ;service, i I Name. Shares ---

10:30 a. in. ; English service with I Thox Watson & Co. . . 2 ICE-COLD WATERMELONS AT DAILY MENUS tions, from 1 to 5 inches wide, worth

; confirmation, at 7:30: A special Pensacola Gas Co. .. .. . 2 THE GARFiELD ICE CO'e.Lard 10 to 15c none reserved all
p.m. A. M. Avery . . . .. . 2 --- --- -- Comprise all the Up-to- r
collection will be takeu up iu all'' Nick Apostle: . . .. . 2 the dust. Youcantuy Date Dishes the Mar- to go at Ob yardI
services for home mission. J. F. \V. j Knowlos Uros . . . . 2 kets the
Retnhardt. pa,u>r. I'nst National Hank . . . 2 garden hose at the Willis of World

---- F. C. Hient .. . . . 1 Hardware Co's. Afford. 5,000 yards Figured and Striped
\V. A HUiiint . . .. . 1 -- --- I
FEEl THKM:: A. C.' BlolII.t. Jr. . .. .. . 1IVe.t Lawns, worth 8 and lOc, all hl\ ito
i Florida Steam llakery . 1 I, DC (did
One 11'ay lo Make Lawyers J. to:. Toss & Co. . . . . 1 Ladies' Private go at J
I \Vm. Fisher . .. .... . 1 ASK YOUR GROCER FORThe I -
You can: di up the liwyersand'put : usury Hyor . . . . . Dining Parlor...*
them on their feet if you feed j These Goods can be seen in our BJiow Windows. Call
1 L Friedman & Co. . .. . 1
them right but they an like other C. II. Turns . .. . . 1w. and see them ; they will positively be sold as advertised.
: people, they Jon't thrive on poorly :M. Talk . . .. .. . 1

j selected food. .li: It'rson & Dorr .. .. . 1 Dinner
A from Seneca Fall., New Regular
.. I I into a'''! M. L. Koch . . ... . 1 Daily.Short YOURS ANXIOUS TO PLEASE: ,
siysWhen I' line went 11.\\-1 Jas. McIIucjh; . .. ... . . 1 :
; { law otlicp vu< in health, j
; ... . I
;'i iug much out-door exercise, but Jeo. Wentworth 1
" i at the end uf the second month's'' Jacob Krygor . . .. . . 1 Orders 1'roinptly
stiHy and work f was disheartened IVu-acoIa Livery Stable . 1 Filled Night or Hay. L. FRIEDMAN & CO'SMWAWMWAMWI'

I to Had myself in poor Health and :Mrs. H M. Anderson . . 0 1Star -

.: failing every' day. i, laundry' ... ..... .... .. 1
After readme a short time I would Pitt :Mill Co.:... .... ... .. .. . 1 If lf, Homethlnu Good to Eat
; become i'O nervous tint! I would be i i \V. K. Hyr ..... ...... ... . 1 you wish,you'll find It at I

compelled to -top nor could I remember The committee will! continue its I
: i to any extent, what I re-td. Nick Apostle's -
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' of law which lir.t'was '' work daily awl the members\ expectto I
The study at I II
;1-1 a Treat pleasure, becama a burden -cure at least 2.0w in subscription's I Popular Restaurant. I MEUX'S

l and a rlr-t-class physician told by next Monday night The
}'. : me that I never would bA able to
t work is one to which businessman : AS1NPUAH3 EFFECTIVE PREPARATION THAT
j J I serve a full term iu a law otlice, and t\ery YfjtJpjlcfi(1r/rj
advised me to give it up if I wanted who can afford to do so should CAN BE USED WITHOUT. COOKING M W tYI
I to enjoy life. When upon the pointof subscribe liberally. ErARAicsT.Erf"s1EO> l> doing so I was talking one day I
with one of the firm who advised me t I ; t. I School or Shorthand. Typewriting and Literature.

i'; to make a change in food and recommended KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. 1 GRAND4th !!!I Now is the time to enter school and prepare for a lucrative position. S
H very highly your Grape- !1 vacation. Night and day sessions.
I could package I 1 Penacola Lodge No. 3. K. of P.- '
!a :Nuts, saying get a :
k at any grocery and make the test. Ufgulir meeting Monday: night, of July Picnic'AND
IF I The advice impressed me so June 3''), at b o'clock. Members are GUAM hXCUUSIOX I GRAND EXCURSION.
t. strongly that I at once purchased specially requited to b* present I
tJ' and began using Grape-Nuts. I as election of ollicers for the euuin? i
found that after using this food I s'x months will take place and other Best Laundry Starchon i i
F' was not troubled with the lingering important busine Members of CELEBRATION
;1 pain in my stomach Chit hal been sister lodges and visiting brethren the Market.

H with me for some time; instead I C JrJial'-" invited. ATMagnolia
h was perfectly comfortable, and I had MONRoE C\MPI1ELLC.C. NO BOILING NECESSARY.
l' not eaten the food for more than HENRY HORnER, K. R. ti.Hard .
four five days when 1 began to BluffBY To Greenville,
or Montgomery and To Mobile and New Orleans Mon
Manufactured ,
The -
notice a change. My head became on the Parson. only Birmingham Haturday night July 5, day, July 14th, leaving Union Depot
clear again and I began: to enjoy my The village clergyman went away for in the South, THE 1902. leaving Union depot at 10:30 Monday morning at 11:30 o'clocK

studies as well as I did on the start, his holiday, and a neighbor took his o'clock on special excursion train. sharp. Fare for round trip: T
and could accomplish more in one Help Build up a K.i Returning, leave Birmingham Monday
Sunday duties. I K.& ; Mobile |1.50; to New Orleans, $Iryi
from that time on than I had .
week :, After the substitute had preached his at 10:30a.m. and Montgomery From Cantonment and Century same
in a whole mouth prior to that time. at 2 p. m. This may probably be the a% Pensacola.
; first sermon he remarked to the clerk SOUTHERN INDUSTRY MYSTIC ASSOCIATION. A special rate will b;
My blood, which had naturally last two-day excursion going north. made from Milton to Pen acola t,
f become bad, presently improved, i i' In the vestry: Coffee and refreshments' will be connect with this excursion. Returning
also was better. The "I am sorry, John that I gave you Watch for Grand Street Paradeat
my digestion served on the train, going and re- leave :New Orleans Wednesday -
blotches on my face began to disappear such a short discourse but the reason 10 a. m. turning. Fare for round trip, to morning at 11:30 o'clock and

and I felt better in every way.I I lis, that the dog got Into my study and See Posters for Fall Details.A Greenville and Montgomery, $250; Mobile Wednesday afternoon atI
owemnch toGrape-NuU. Would tore up several leaves of my sermon." 'Save by buying to Birmingham, $3.50. From Can- o'clock. Coffee and refreshment
rather you did not use my name,butif The clerk gazed wistfully upon the 1loney handsome prize will be given to tonment and Century same as Pen- will be served on train returning
it will do you any good, use it." and said your furniture the lady selling the greatest sacola. For further information Purchase tickets
speaker : apply ticket office.
Name furnished by Postuin Co., I' at Marston $ Quina'sIGreat number of tickets. to
"Oh, sir, do you think you could For further Information apply to

a Battle Look Creekticb.for free recipe. book in each spare our parson a pupT'-London AnI I Furniture Empo- Admission, including fare, 35c; ROBT.PETER KINO THOMAS: or, P.ROBT.THOMAS KINO, or

package Grape-N. I swers. rum. Children, 23e. Excursion Managers J Excursion Managers.

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