The daily news

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The daily news
Uniform Title:
Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Pensacola Fla
The News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
June 30, 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
30.433333 x -87.2


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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:FiflBSession' of Seventh THE MURDER OF FIEND FROM MOB'S I
Fifty= al Republicans Divided Over the Question -*


'. Record Breaker. "V of Tariff.

Special to The New 3. Special to The News.

..:.., ews.Wasbinston I Atlanta June 2 .-Mrs. Mollie Eady Macon Ga., June 28.-According to I "\.'. 1... _, '

Special to tltt H Duncan was yesterday acquitted of the Deputies E. B. Norris and C. M. Swain, Special: to The News.Washington .

June 28.-The first sesfclon GREAT TEA !P.iceman I who) came in from Warrenton with July 30.-Prt ldtntRoosevelt's A PROBABLE '

ofthe, flftjr-aeventh congress, now I ]oho Jesse Maddox a negro tramp I
the court house free. first experience in attempting -
i charged with assault on the 9-year-old I
drawing to'a'dose
will go down in i
The verdict seemed to meet with daughter of Farmer Frank of l lWarren
I Bacon to round up and
history u one of the congress
costly: ever : approval and Mrs. Duncan county. Caraak and Warrentin MURDER AT

held.Only -a; warmly I congratulated by a large get favorable legislation for his pet
came near converting male dtlwn
two of the big appropriation i number of the spectators who had
kip, into a lynching party last night.| measure, Cuban reciprocity, has
bills, the naval and the general deficiency Special to The Daily News: waited in the court room during the CENTURY
The officers say that plans had been
still in day anxious to witness the result ct I been disappointing to him.
conference the Tokio, June 11. via San Francisco, laid to catch the train as it passed}
others having been enacted into laws June 28.-An Important meeting of tea this remarkable case.
through Camak, supposing that the ne Republicans are greatly annoyedby -- .
or elae passed by both houses and merchants throughout Japan was held: A similar scene to the one presented I gro.11'8 to be taken to Augusta, but
recently! at which minister for for. after the rendering of the verdict was Officers the divisions and dissensions in Haywood Whitaker, colored, was
bent up to the president. the took advantage of an ua

The amount appropriated by the bills sign affairs Baron Konsura. deliveredan probably never before witnessed in usual meeting of the two trains between the party. They are divided over : brought here this morning from
already passed reaches the enormonstotal address in whih h paid: Fulton county courthouse. Fjr Macon and Augusta at Warren Bluff Springs by Deputy Sheriff
"America more than half an hour Mrs. Duncan the question of tariff, which will result -
is tn- ueto-ner of the
of $927.636.262, thus making the ton Instead of at Camak, and the ntr; Brewton on a commitment issued by
a reception in Candler's
cession practically a "a billion: dollar" tea world Thr- " ota. production ,II' ,: ih-1 world Is office and was kept busy shaking hands The little girl pointed out the negro Justice >Stilly charging Whitakerwith

t'h" appropriations so far exceed consumed in the 1::"tit-'d btates. Dt- and talking to those who crowded to her mother after the alleged crime, tariff schedule to be forced upon the assault with intent to murder.If .

I .oee of the first session of tho last spite this fact. Japan's tea trade wits about her. She appeared supremely and the mother took a pistol and next congress. reports can be credited, this
happy and accompanied each haul-
America to have made
xagrt si: by over $2uO.OOO,000. appeals no ChUM tIle negro for a considerable
shake and salutation with a pleasant charge will likely be changed to one
1-a :''argest increases are In the post progress during the last ten years. Ten distance but could not get wlthl!

11. carol and urgent denolenoyNO ,\ years ago the export of tea to America smile. shooting range. Her husband, however NO CHANGE INKING'S of murder before dark.

amounted to $6,500,000 In value which During the informal reception, the got five shots at him, one taking effect Yesterday afternoon at Century,
is about the case at present, though members of the jury filed! into the
:NO rivers and harbors bill under the shoulder blade.
was Whitaker who
pas was a fireman at the
room and each shook hands
tha one with
population of America has greatly
\ t.'ia! last congress, while this
oneI Increased in the meantime. Secondly Mrs Duncan. She was glad of this op- HEALTH big mill, was told that his wife had
a --': a bill
carrying .
nearly f 70,
;president Is laying plans loote- the Russians are great tea consum- I, 'portunlty to thank the Jury and exi VOTE WILL BEt gone away from his home with
era and if the Japanese attention i pressed her heartfelt thanks for the+ --
'- pay II ]
? to another
attempt to convlMtIt"Ople | another negro named Willis. Whit
'._t, that b& and his party a/3 toward Russia! that country will b*p' action In liberating her. VERY LIGHT ONE Special to The Daily News. aker and Willis had
frequently been
come a good customer of Japan tea.: ,
'6'ted the attorney general Mr. Olaml Kahei, chairman of the principals in disputes about theformer's
to maw
..avMtiration\ of the anthracite coa] Central Tea Guild said: MAN! SCREAMED ; passed a good night, sleeping well. wife, and when the report
Special to The News
inclination and if the fact are u al- "The future prospects{ of Japan tea t : I The dressing of the wound gives his reached Whitaker
he without
-'11. It is claimed that h& will have in the United States are by no mear.s i:, BRUTE FLED Raleigh N. C., June 28.-All the | majesty great distress. There are ,

apartment of Justice proceed reassuring, as tho tea plantations irSoutfi : present indications are that the vote i 1' further ado, went to his home

',!g* jt the trust Carolina and other parts ot 1 -- In the election next November will i!! :; no new symptoms of any sort secured an old shot gun, loaded it

America have made remarkable 1'I| be I The king was transferred from his
There is pro g very light Indeed. Democrats
no reason to believe that Special to The Dally News: arar with extra heavy charges and went
will ress of late year and it Is not at a1improbable | -< Lately more independent In \! bed
come of the matt r. Tha J ONnhiisia! J'ir.e 29.'dn view tcva couch this afternoon earlier
attorney general; Is opposed to It because 1 that the Ameilcan! govern1ment unknown than rarer b.fore. A lot of these will i i than expected., to look for his erring spouse and hU
negro attempted assault : He is feeling decld
of the trust suits he already h
on band which, he thinks, Impose a heavy duty on foreign :e For the purpose of Injuring one of edly better.
are enough for the 'j i Cotton is the wife of W. O. Cotton, coming and made his escape.
for the presentDEAF protection of the domestic in the Democratic aspirants for associateJustice
dustry." who resides on Rose Hill Just outsid< The wife, however, was not so for .
there has
I been put in circulation
of the city limits. Between 9 and 1 0 GOVERNOR TAFT
tunate. She did
a rumor that he never voted for not see her angry
o'clock the negro unknown to the
MUTES TAKEHARVARD SHUT entered Bryan for president. He denies this I husband until he was quite near
HIS SON her room. Mr. Cotton was at .
I Of course a lot of Democrats did not STILL IN ROMESpecial
the time in the ard. The negro x I.ranced j Seeing he had a gun, she asked him
vote for Bryan and voting or not toting
HONORST. IN AN OVEN upon her and catching hold. for him could not bo made any I ..__ what he intended to do with It. He
Oi her before she saw him, threw Mrs, .
Cotton to the floor. The woma testTO to The News. coolly informed her he was going td'"'
M) The Daily News screamed and the husband rushed to RomeJ uue 30-Oov. Taft this morning kill her; and, quickly following op

"d lbrliJlasli. June 2SFonri Special to The Daily News. ed her the room When rs. Cotton screa.T DROP informed Cardinal Kimpolla that his words, emptied the contents of
negro Jumped
through the
mutes were among the graduate? Marlboro Masi. June 2S.-Into th door and eecaped. ope!) having had to delay his answer to one barrel into her !head. She fell,

''ATvartl university who wire givegree a oven thrust of a hot stove Daniel Culnans I' For some time the husband and soi FEMALE EMPLOYEr ;;, the Vatican regarding the purchase but at last reports was living. Her
his I
of bachelor of arts. All four 7-year-old son today, but I
of Mrs.
''i,'nnr men and each of the qua while thy father was gathering fuel Cotton searched for the nt>groIn of the Friar's lands in the Philippines death is expected at any moment.
vain. A --
)posse was then !
.!' elected to take to take up a to make a greater fire, the lad was libera.t.ed. in which Quicklyorganlzl"t I because he was awaiting Whitaker was taken in charge by
were Chief of Polite t 'The News.
in the scientific school next Reynolds and "Police Commissioner Washington information, he has obtained Deputy Vaughn and sent to the convict -
''hfy do not t it* >l that they bay The man had forced his son Into thoven -> Savannah, Ga., 'j'une'iS. :"The Atlantic
and several other pro m[* an extension of his stay here camp. !;upt. Baggett said the j 1lI!I!hed great achievements, al-t and closed the door before going ] nent citizens. Coast Line has given notice In the

,.i1heir record is unt Jf\cf'ldent..t!. into the yard to get more fuel. An Bloodhounds were auditing and freight claim departments I from July 10th to July 24th. negroes of the vicinity were very

1 :n n are" Robert! K. Pollak. of Mon:. older boy hearing screams, ran Intro I j and the search begun,put but on nothing his track ha ', of t'" giant system at Savannah that: I --- -- -- much enraged over the act and
"" Ala the kitchen and pulled him out of ue young women in the
y : Tilston Chickerlng of thoovpn. been heard employ of thu j
II or seen of the negro. SENATOR FORAKER wanted Whitaker's blood A crowd
I. The smaller child will!! not be !
::1 :Mass.: IlomiT \\Tii-eler an.! was terribly The Cottons company retained after Au. I looked for
are quiet and respectable him quite a while.
\' \ !, H. \\1' f'Io'r of Prt -rson. N. H.'ntr.i'.s burned all over the body. gust let. This act it Is expMtod,1will |
I iieople. It is probable that If tho
I'{ TO hi i rome a civil engi n. ,When the father found that his victim ellro; Is caught/ he will be lynched, despite apply to all the other depart-i HAS PERITONITIS Dog Routes Burglars.

"I' .Whl't'pril! mechanital enslna '' bad escaped, hQPllt to the J I the efforts of the officers meets of the Plant system, and t .I Dubois. Ta, June 28.-Herbert A.
I en-
ind Cr.! : i, riiiK a <'U il englnter. Church of the Immaculate ConceDUon- force the law.FOUND young women employed In thpm--- -are' .. j(I -- Moore, an attorney of this place I is the
and told the priest what he had done. anxiously awaiting the
-- final of
--- date owner a
II Special to The Dally News: very sagacious dog. Last
He said that the devil had told him to j which will cut short the tenure of week robbers entered the

LARGEST SHIPBUILDING do It The man was taken Into cueto i I Ii HANGING their positions. Washington, June 30.-It is reported the dog, falling to awake the house family ant

I dy and will be given medical attention. I today that Senator Foraker, by his prolonged barking, rang a dinner .

DEAL EVER MADE cover.It 1s thought that tho child will rw''i TO A TREE JAPANESE INNORTH of from Ohio the, temporary who was White taken House homeill I tIltThe asap by th.robbers noire before were frightened securIng

I any booty.

Saturday, hasperitoniti*.
;- i flatly: News, JESSIE MORRISON I CAROLINA Prince Henry Leaves
Ctereauu Special to The Daily News: Much mystery is being thrown .
!!'ur.fe: :JS-The Plalndeal-: London, June 28.-Prince Henry, of
tr says' on. .,. the largest ehir! I Clayton, Ga.; June'2S.; -Willie Fin. around his condition Mr;. Foraker Prussia and his suite left London this ,

:lui.Mlnj! .. deals! ext-r mad on the lakes FOUND GUILTY cannon, a 13-year-old son of William Special! to The Daily News said today her husband was entirelyout morning to Join the German flagship at '
1 a* !- ,n closed Fincannon of Burton Ga., has
by the committed Portsmouth. The
h'dng'!: !: American t Ship suicide there. Raleigh; X. C.. June 28.-Two Jan of danger, and had been able to Prince of Wales bid
: Young Fincannon
company farewell
that to his cousin
company hav- ant>1I9, special agent for their I sit up a short while.Postmasters at the station. A
:i< : 1r for eleven freight steamers Sptiai to The Daily! News: had eaten his supper and stepped gov- large crowd of people gave Prince Hen.
eminent, are now in this
to 0"o't upward f of $2.000urtO. nidorado, Kan., June 28.-Jessie out of the house a short while before Into agricultural methods.state looking I Confirmed. ry a hearty send-off. Princess Hen.
One is ID
Oor.tra.-ts in- ten of the ehlp will:) Morrison, on trial here for the third. dark and as be did not return his: the Wilson! section. looking at the to i ii : Washington June 28.-The senate In ry of 1>Prussia will leave London tonight
-'sad: by .\ i is Wolvin. of time for the murder of parents began to search( for him and i
Mrs Olin executive
Cas bacco. They will!! also examine and session has made the following
: prpsident of the company) that tie, at her home in this city, in June, shortly before midnight they found confirmations. .
report on the modes of cultivation of Postmasters: '
', ''\'tOloa spp'lal 1900, was found 'I. him in a swamp near the house hang'
trade In guilty of North
grain murder in other crops particularly upland Carolina-George L. Patterson LATE TRAIN
*:: <1 into and TO
:'ai age freight the second a tree and his hands tied behind
down the St degree today. The Concord John
jury l lowland rice tea etc. They go to Souht ; 0. Burton Weldon; f
a him.The .
n1i to
Quebec. was out twelve hours. The case may Carolina and then to Georgia. Joshua P. Jessup, Hertford: George
-- be appealed again. boy was bright and Intelligentand W.
.. i Young, Brevard. Mississippi- BARRANCAS

FATAL QUARREL The first trial resulted in a disagreement committed no cause the is deed known as to why he Died at" Age of 113. Louis J. Piernas, Bay St Louis; D. W. "

; the second trial found her gull, Columbus. Ga.. June 28.-Eddie Dennis Rhyne, Lexington; Eugene Robertson

ty of manslaughter and given a fiveyear'e an old negro whose Collins Tennessee-Stephen Farner Don't
Job Lot of King's Daughters. woman age 1 Is forget the late train to Bar

ABOUT WOMAN sentence; she spent but two Peehawur, Punjab, June 28-Advices( reliably asserted to be 113 years, died Greenfield. Louisiana. Watts rancas tomorrow night. .

i months in the penitentiary being released I received here from Cabul say that the here Thursday. In slavery times AuntEddie Kearney New Orleans. Spend the ,
on bond by the evening on the bay shore and
supreme court. Ameer of Afghanistan, Hablb Oullah! belonged to the Holt family and cool

.: tn Th., Daily News: She was granted a new trial last Ferunny. b Khan, early in June married his daughter was a faithful servant She had seen Sports at Chickamauga Park July 4. off. Train leaves! Pensacola at 8 p.

'-' ', to six prominent chief four generations of that family com Chattanooga June 28.-Tha cavalryand i n. and
-alto, Duce 2J -Armed including returns! at 10 p. m.
with ,
..' 'I\! TS Charts W. two tU cemaa&dar-ln-cLleX of the Afghan and go. She was born In 1789, and i is other regular troops at Coickamauga -
Gale, an insur- Buy Interttt In Boiler Plant
survived by two children Park will have elaborate
force, who an fieldday
C and
:';'.'"tua!real estate dealer, made twa I Chattanooga, June 28.-M. Leyelltor ,:\. themselves very old. sports July 4, with large cart MEETING OF C. K. OF A.

11': .. a atunpts to kill Albert Mc"n himself and nephew, Albert Chapman Of what does a bad taste in your prizes for contestant*. Governor Can -

..',,"d himself barber in last his night; then ha has purchased U* half Interest mouth remind! you? It indicates Of All Hot Weather Enemies dler, of Georgia, today accepted aa lnriUUoa C. K. of A. will hold a meeting tomorrow '*
office 9. Walsh ta the
and boiler manufac
.as of the revolvers dluring that your stomach is in bad condition of humanity cholera fs the to attend with the dealers evening at 7:30( o'clock.
on himself. of Walsh worst
1l I concern ft: Weldnor, of hit stat and Governor McMiilln
tA: and
dead as the police battered their: of this city for $10,000. The glactU and will remind you that thereis Treatment to be effective must be staff of Tennessee, are also NAVAL' STOKES MAKKET.
expected .
'It' through th barred entrance ani > on of the largest in the south, anil nothing so good for such a disorder prompt. When vomiting, purgingand .. -
ached his side. considerable addition as Chamberlain's Stomach & Reported Dally for The New by
a U It U now sweat announce that the
<;uarrtl l about Liver Tablets after sOne Bottle of Burnett's Vanilla Extract Union Naval Store Co 4
a woman being built having once
.. .. was re ease is present, combat it with Perry
'c- Me for the better than three of the doubtful X01IB.WW I
used them.
tragedy, It is said They cleanse and invigorate Davis' Painkiller All bowel troubles __.B80
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The finest line of sterling silver the stomach and regulatethe like dlarrh a, cholera morbns kind. Though coating a few cent WO___ ass O I ljij i<

'K-COLD WATERMELONS goods and silver novelties is to be bowels. For Bale at 25 cents per and dysentery are overcome by Pain more per bottle, its purity and K-.I4)
AT found at J. I. Stephens'. Prices to box by all druggists and medicine ; .___ 25
I t killer. It is equally bealth- strength make it K __
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with Obtaining Goods ,
Daniel Charged
(One Person
Under Falee Pretenie Are in
many respects like other
AMERICANSNARPERS Columbia. S. C.. June 2S.-The moM! ERS and this or
ANOCNTRIP Tells Another IlL C sores, resemblance often proves fatal

Important case before the court of Valuable time is lost in fruitless efforts to

_; TO NEW VORK, !BOSTON ; sessions now in session at Spartan- I the sore with washes and salves, because the germs of Canctr that are mi heaj;ti!

i AND ALL kt Dangerous Swindlers Fleece i; ABOUT KODOL DYSPEPSIA CUBE.n I burg was that of Dr. S. S. Daniel a I plying in the blood and the new Cancer cells which are constantly den!

i EASTERN.RESORTS ) Coronation Visitors. .. R. I prominent dentist of that plac-J. I ing keep up the irritation and discharge, and at last sharp shooting par.j p.
Its hllll UcNMiaf P-
t's Why Daniel
charged with fals" pretense. : announce the approach of the eating and sloughing stage, and a hike us

) Mly-So there mail be S. M VUmg was convicted and recommended to sickening cancerous sore begins its ,

i via3j : ONE OF THE VICTIMS LOST $5,003. !. Merit AftM All. the: mercy of the court Judge Watts I I destructive work. In P'ebruary. SBr'l noticed im&1

STEAAISHIP COMPANY JJ i I denied a motion for a new trial and I I.o ulcer or sore can exist with- lump tensed on It my but another, The doctor cau
; OCEAN came and
admit It ,
L\V }{A' E- !StiHiK'KMKi Not Only U London Overrun with Fair minded people always sentenced Daniel to pay a fine of $15(1 out some predisposing internal cause out into an open acre. I began to take
1 i when they find an article of merit. I I the blood and the S. S. 8. and after I had
-of Ocean Breezes and fifteen months in the penitentiary that has poisoned taken
5O Hour serve wen bot.
These Crafty Gentlemen, but They it has done them good they want it to ties the place healed
ft n 5a 1mBs-each WeeK ff help others too. Thousands bear or on the chaingang. After I open discharging ulcer, or the fester- signs of the disease have entirely and '
Ga. J Are Also Making Rich Hauls in witness to the wonderful 'curative sentence was passed Daniel Immediately I ing sore on the hp.c h et.1. or. other since. w. P. Brown,Holland8.If'EQ c. ;

| jj from :Savannah. J Gay Paris. I qualities of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Its pave bond pending an appeal to I part of the body will continue to

L Tl:. st.iIH.'urhI. of,.This,, rfcimlmr. IJn*-,Ift". "nor"" I the only preparation which posItively the state supreme: court. I epread and eat deeper into the flesh unless the blood is purified and the
2 Oa'.I"in -l. 0. l IIofltIIIt.| .... New York. June 28.-Twenty of the and completely digests morbid matter eliminated from the circulation.
t .ik-MCl'l". "* n)4) fl.V iiiii<.t. l-fc-w f any Some months ago Morgan Reeves, I Cancer germs or
In.itinrtli, ". "pIuIfl"""I flofti" k aaniat.I..rn an.I.11)'tnt.,li..,I'V....a' ) cleverest and most dangerous swn- I j 1 good food you may eat. No one dis. white was arrested on a magistrate's I S. S. S. cleanses the blood of all decaying effete matter. It has great

two, m'f a. .pa \..rk. dlers from America and the continent putes the fact that some other digest- !, antidotal and purifying properties that soon destroy the germs and ,
i 4 ,;;I.T.- .. "......;-0... AO.-J have been in London for the purpose I ants partially accomplish this result. ...warrant and to avoid going to Jail and restore the blood to its natural condition. And when llocJ pc EJ
p t .? ".nu Lie A.PL' To Pepsin: for instance, is found in the. Reeves arranged with Dr. Daniel to pure is
a S ....,,.. .."", II....... r.-.I.. f Ii.j J of fleecing: fashionable coronation via I carried to the ulcer or sore the healing pr '.. "s
.. .............T.'i....1 r.-.I.. Ira. healthy stomach. When it is lacking, go on his bond. To indemnify him-
,. "f ".II"...LI... 1..1...... 4..I.IIUII&i 1 itors. cables the London correspondent the patient takes pepsin and It helps I i self: against loss Daniel required begins, the discharge ceases and the place ht..j

i ,.." .,, ""' ''''' ):" 1it"1't"J" of the Herald. him. But pepsin digests only album- for I over and new skin forms. S. S. S. is a stnctl v v ).::-
Reeves him
to give a mortgage
I Recently a group of five American i inous foods, like meat and eggs. :Maye ': table blood purifier containing no cicrcury \,r

STUMEmiNEJSCHEOULEIVnhacola sharper entered a well known West b there's plenty of pepsin and a lack < $210 on a trait of land owned by minerals of any description.

I of the other digestants. Then it 1 Reeves. The case against Reeves I If have ulcer chronic of kind write
4 i, End restaurant and one of them PJ- you an or sore any us about it medical
does Thats the trouble with i was dismissed but the mortgage still
no good.
with ._ .,. : advice will cost you nothing. Books on Cancer and other dise.. t- j
newed the acquaintance a gentla. tl'.. ,."%,n" 9'o n nMtI 'In"_.. ...'t'''
and Milton lloatHunt. ,. remained in Dr. Daniel's possession.
flcti4n '' '' '' o/ V" w the blood will be sent free.
; !' man whom he thought he had met tiafIDyspepsia;; the digestants. Kodol: THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga. I
cf Daily Kcepl Sunday. Some tiire afterwards Dr. Daniel as-
:i years ago. I-ater they entered a card Cure contains them all. It I-
sUn"d this mortgage to the Andrews II
"CITOF T. MPA.'Ly game in their apartments in which th-3 digests any good food you want. You i idon't 'I I On the Mm indication of kidney Rubber hose all
Music' and Furniture Company, ofCharlotte. trouble it 81
have to diet. The feeling of stop by taking Foley'sKidnevCure.
-' I I victim! lost J3,0"U. His Fupposed friend
-" Milton ;,.+'am LYPnftcoIa.IprnArIenfteOIa.'ft'fl : fulne after eating !.. immediately : X C.. for a piano said to !/I. I W. A. D'Alemberte, the Willis Hardware '
I Co.
Ar Milton L ivprnFrth also lost htavily but paid in checks, *.
relieved by Kodol Dyspepsia Cure."I valued at $20.( Reeves prosecuted 121 :S. Palafox.
c. Hound trlpI1IL while the victim contributed ash. He used Kodol Dy. psia Cure for I Pyny-Balsara Stop the Tli
i p Daniel for obtaining; goods under falsepretenses. I kllng,
notified the police. but the gang had and it ILDll' relief at on p. 1 can sad Qeickly a1iIeIlJ.uumal L UI ."" ...
hlchly recommend U." E. \VlMiamson, I harming that the mortgazereprreted
I G.: EIt.I FUKXCH SCHKDfl-K: Cmocordo. N. C. i You will have
in the
I fled.The police learned the entire party "I hud dy pt-p'.la la its worst form and feltmlocrable : was i I pride In YI'l i .'iw
ni",t of the time until I used KodulHysptpsla wort hit'SB. flower garden if they ar n ,r
Following i? the schedule "f the had separated into parties one of Cure wMi4i has completely cured I owngrouud. Your nu-baia I''b
; "
Bi.'r This s'gsatura is ca ererjtcx cf ftc !::' :
givcrnrnntteatierGeneraL French i Mrs. \y. W. tsylor, HUliurd, Pa. j p-n:
where i home
which preceded to Paris. a a and he can d" it : .>w
which THE NEWS print for the wealthy itor was buncoed to the extent Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Not Purchased for Beef Trust.St II Uxative Bromo.Quinine Tanas though he may think .'t.i <. \V/.1..

benefit of the merchants who hip of : Louis June 2s.-The St. Loui: the reLibdy that cures a cult in one dill, Every woman want. a ::1" : '
Cures all Stomach Troubles.
i 4t, their ;j ods to the various army Dressed Beef
and Provision compan j own, and if she will have i : uk .
pot.: I : 1 Prepared only by E.C.DEWITT& Co.,Cbicaeo. I .
t I Suicide has been purchased by a syndicate j }WIHIY. Thus. Watson & Co.
cf The buttle
Veteran. SI. contains 24 times tUeSOaske.DewiTT'SttniiHcismvf I I .
L-\r i'rntacnla14aVr .. ..' ... .... 7:10 a. m.
hi F.Hrmnc Mi.Leave ... m 7:5 a. m. Raleigh: June: 28.-John D. Traylor. headed by Thomas \\'. Crouch, 'if"< 1 1preMdent The undersigned takethi i.. method leading Real Estate", A:. :.! !

iii I I'lckriii ... ....... ".;lJu 8. in. I an fox.ronfelJerate veteran a native ofOoldsboro ) of the Colonial Trust co"i '! of: :aflerinar her services as a I Illr..tch.s |j an show her howav, :
( Lcisi IlarntOCfti .. ....... > :15! a. in. ,
% I. Lru.eb trfl.IiOiP. ... .. lu:15 H. m. I I I who ten years ago went to A certain cure for piles aDd skin diseases. pany The price, paid is said to b{ Heeded midwife hav- :,
Arrive* Kitrrnnrni H. m. and then i JltMifi.iMMi.: :Mr. Crouch lug had 35 year experience. I j
b : Kingston to manage; a knitting mill! and stated thai
makci; It trip to r'oilMcKee anil then returns -' Can give best of references fromLeading Buy a new Qar ;
to 1 narration. ': who lost his position blew out his Harris Pharmacy,John Hheppard the report that the plant was purthd.j
l..-.KnrrancHi .. ..... 111: p. in.i S. Kahc. ed for the beef phici.ins of this city. ] from the Willix JI(1T/
IA.Vt" Pu-kfiit .. I:25 p.m. brains yesterday. His loss of era trust was untrue. MRS. M. GIDDENS ,] (('fir

1frVtI 1'11'01., ..' ... 4::"ip. til.i ployment had affected his mind. I IAVondcr liLt 114.South DeVilliersHt. !
.....v...i t'lckrna .. ... .. n:15p. m. of Company.
1 Ainvf Kttrraiirns i.*I, p. m. and mak..i nn.rt' TEN YEARS IN BED.
trip to :McKre and return.Ou ; Fire and Water Damage Mill. Sai'iui'l Click: i f Orland has the most!'
R. A. Gray. J. 1'.. OJk\'i1lpIlId..
Wedne-daysand Saturdays the : Philadelphia. June 2S.-A slight fire; remarkable amin I California. It embracts i DR. MOFFETT'S
I.arrances n,1'l'ick. writes : "For ten year* I wa* confined
boat wi'l
in the big upholstery mill of Stead iMllltr. a barn ami e.rral covering! 75 Inbed
to with di-ea-e of the
ets The for General Peusacola French: at 6:80:! i is p. for m. : at Second and Cambria streets, by 75 fret : rabbit hunch 25; by 25 feet; kidneys; 'it was to severe that I

purpose* only and any out-ider army mu-t : today cai ed $1GO/>09 damage by rsi.l*'!ice md p.rche "M by 30 feet; could not move part of the time. I

. have a pa-s from. the quartermaster: water. Over 300 girls employed by f.-.) wlmlaiill tort!', 10 l.y 10 feet; i consulted the vt'rb st medical i

o take pa-"ajre o i her. I the firm were gotten oat softly. :.rlt'll. -t.; by l>4 feet; bljirkl.erriep.! It! -kill available but could pet no relief -

by '.*, foct; FtnnvLt(.!'. <;'Z by HO I feet; until Folt>y's Kidney Cures as TEETHING( ] '
i recommended to in*. It has been a POWDERS
I Pythians Elect Officers., Leads Them All citnii IIUJ'.I) W by !! > feet with 2.300 i itries
I God tend to me.V.. A. D'Alem- BLACK Ark?r11". I
;J Fi'--n-! Aia.. June 2S.-Th "():ie Minute Cough Cure beats all liuddti!; one row of dewberriesPHI i berte, 121 South Palafox. Rev..J. W. Berrrfnf Artaniai etwdl.t'orference.nilf,!) "Eno)" d fi',1, SEt.cpnlar..r.h 'bj>' ".
Knights ,d rthia.have I fwt Ion?. -1 apricot trees 2 oak I two1". ka ..of"TEETH IS A" IVewondrr how we have r.isd cbiMrrr"with 4 IL Tb >thtr day a I.
I : f-lerted the: other medicines I ever tried for KiSnw ?tui a imrka.rfan'l il came al a most 0ipnrtnne fme;our a I.TIOIH mJiti n; hn l. '
I fOII\\:! JJ!: ,ifTmT> Frank 11. trees, 3 pench trees. '; tig trees 10 lo- tern in bad conilitiiin for davs.and notdmg thai we cart di,1 any!'>H|; ihe n-coml dose <.f Tt.tnIlS .' <
coughs colds croup and throat and cuat 3", cH11'1 perfect trli'f And he tai bad no Jrthrr trouble. Other niembiri of tue lomi.jr: tune usJ it and rlctn .
O t" trees :I!> (geraniums 12 ,
tA.\ .
Ki.m-rs Jr.. V. C :: T. H l IF YOU ARE a r
lung troubles D. Scott Currin
;jays li-inoii tree 1
IM\on sovcn years old eighty- ,,
pr.iat.M 1.Y.. Darby. M.V...j .
of L-ngantoti. Po )'ou1\Ibh to make little. III
11. I> Martin ,
K of U anj S.; James F LOOKING FOR BARGAINS and GIRLS dUI tnomt-nts' fto.
money 109 spare
Cure i is the safe 1 only absolutely last year; S orangetrees .
Norman. I con readily do by
M A.: T. 11 Harr)'. :M. T : you hOt -
couth; remedy which act. immedi in lioarinp 4 breadfruit trt>f-I'. 5 i I lOll "Blueine.. to per cent, commission on all alrs. An iuditpt-u>able article '
A, W H 1141..n.! M. K.: MurrayV ately. Mothers everywhere testifyto hnuselml u... Kvt-ry Inily ibdCIugtILi when they tee it. One beet makes the tin '
(Canii'l.-!! I (IV.. II pomegranate trees a patch of bamboos BIu" "&ter you ever used in the wa'lI. Write today. In fore your territory in I taken j>
: H.pakl..r.. O GTh : the it has .
good done their little
J 0 calla! lilies. 4 prune trees, 3 blue gumtit'cs. For the next ten days I will sell someone .I..and1111 tend by return mail, one do/en purkages of "Blueine
....* oifii ,TK will ho installed at t : ones. Croup is =o sudden in its at- 1'CnsliMi j' When you have sold them return us !Mir., retaining ibe balance. 4Ur, as ;vur.. com in,i-
J'ublkrf'mony Thursday j tacks that: the doctor often arrives C cypress trees, 4 frapevints' you any article now in stock at a t\.in. ionot delay but write at onceAddrcts.
niRht. Jui) i\y. 2 Lone-Iucklt.s. 1 seed bed. (iLKNN: ,1.\\ l't ;\l1l'ItIotG: CO. Dfpt. C IK. Ilox[ III. 1'liila. l'BOYS .
8. for ill-h! nn intere(! tlngli pro ramnE too late. It yields at once to One discount i of 2.1; per cent from the regular -'
I Minute CV.ush Cure. Pleasant to 1 violet bed 1 sage bed 12 tomato I -
h.inIrpparpd.. price. Think of
take. Children like it. sure cure vines and 1.:. hives of I.(...'!. After raakIni it-you

|I for grip. bronchitK, cou IB. Hargis' ; a comfortable) living for bim ;elf j save f:!:> on a diamond ring or piu ,' ROYAL STANDARD \\VllISKEY

Vote for Amendment i I IPylarausd. j Pharmacy. John eheppard, Sidney and wife off this single acre :Mr. Clock where at regular price it would cost'

; Ala.. June 28.-At tin i! 1 Kahu.i adds $111(i a year to his bank account $1UU. tee ; you save 25; cents on

lam regular nit-etinn of Sylarair.'t | _ _ _ :1 San I'rauciscu Chronicle. I every dollar's worth you buy. Xow 8 Years Old, in Cases of 4 Full Quarts, at S3.20 per case

lo. ge No : n. A. F &: A.1... In add! ; I i
i Popular Vote Complete. i is the time to buy your diamond or

tlon 10 tinportion of officers a vote I Atlanta June Oovernor-elect J. The FIllpIn3a. I watch or any other article in stock J WHISKEY i distilled at the Nelson C'

was. tak. n by the lodge on th. pr,> '| M. Terrell has received the official The Filipino whether he lie an ('du-I very cheap. Call and examine THIS., Distillery: and is fully matured in wo
jKXi. d annndment to the oonstlttitior before'bottling. It is absolutely pure and not excelled
j primary returns from all of the cointies cated or au uneducated person, is goods. Remember this oifer is for
which KKS in quality by Whiskey: of the same aloDO
to ral'p! : any
t aamcut.t sufflclt-ni
in the state with the single: ev 1 l rate. I do not rcmemU'r to have'
lit only ten days. No trouble to show I matter where produced. The Royal Htandani
monej with which to butCa reption of DP 'at Mr. T Keen a sinele Filipino drunk excvpt
< nr. >rrell> vote my
hom. for tho I goods. J. STEPHENS.: is eiffht years old when bottled, and, considering;
t willows and orphans (', :I will !lop about 1iliIl1: when the returns own aoliinan. w how I had to disiiii its excellent quality: i is the cheapest whiskey I.
tHPa! !< d :Mann .. 112 South Palafox street,
; of Alabama. ThE from .s, anti lie was a good: coach-!
the last county arc In. Mr. Ouer very I the market at that price. As a beverage, and ;ian -

I Jodjll'1 vnt o"itlon, r> 's vote will be: approximately 40,0.10, 'man. They drink a great many of : absolutely pure stimulant, there is none better

i t: and Colonel EPtill's about i.OnQ.' 'them hIlt they drink moderately. They : The finest line of umbrellas in the 4H Shipped in cases containing no marks whateyu ti

t Officers Capture Queer Still. ________ drink Mie vino which they purchase at city is at J. I. (Stephens'. Go look :it indicate contents. If purchaser upon examinm.

1 I' Ala. $UEC :2S.IV-putj Well Known (mall!! shops that are not loafing places at them. I the whiskey is not satisfied with the quality .

Journalist Dies. _ _ _
I 'n can return the same at our expense and moneywill
A. J
Collier saloons
oaptuftd a 30-ftallon! il J New York. June 2S.-William! H. \ns our are. but are only shop's.I i .' be refunded.
; licit\ t tlll a hrtine-nia,. concern. Impro have lived two years in Manila and If wish the lest i
Koons one of the best known newspaper ;: you very \ All orders should be accompanied by eitin'f

vled from a barrel and a pl..rp of Iror '| m..n in New' Jersey died early: there are now. I believe, 45O tliup a i ice cream freezer at the very reurytutsoz.p currency. po-tofice money order bank draft or -s.pre'is -
reduction from 2.wt: the estimated
I'lpins The own'r. John Whtttinn order. We refer to First Natiouu
today at Trt-nton. Ht was president II money
ton. wa (-.pfljj| with it.On. exarela !( of the Trenton Press Club. ,number in the Spanish times. But I \lowest price, the Willis Bank or any merchant in Pensacola.
j a trustee
tion bt fore ('Ommi 8\Onfor\ Tutwei! i icf : of the legislative ('orr(' pQndf.onU' club ]have never teen a vino shop to know I\hardware Co. can pleaseyou.

he j U. which is an indication that there is : ,
Troy wa" hound over In the suii and had wide .
a circle of
acquaintance \ 4.-. S. A. FRIEDMAN
no publicity about It or fathering _
of |:'on i, any I I ,
i, among public _
men.: of crowd in II -'
Its nei
I ;:hlwrhood. The I I s ,

A Real Friend."I i i few American ::iloon! fifty or sixty I I We will launder your spreads for ;rit SOLE PKOFKIETOK, PEXSACOLA. FLA.

!In number in :Manila one can see a I 15 cents each and make them look
, fullered from dy-pep-ia and in- Sa\etl From an .\\\ lot Kate.
lo-ig distance off. but not so'lno'' like uw. star: Laundry.OA.STOTI.X.A.. 10. <>. BOX 4IH. TKLKI'IIONK 1':1)
di ei>tiou for fifteen yearsays \V.. "Everybody said I had 15K'Y
conumplion ( H
(frhop.- Ioernor William II. Taft in

hturdevaut of Merry O.lkilC... ," writes Mr. A. M. Shields of IndijKndent.Trarfnl. I : : ...
'Alter I had tried many doctors and'Ult'dicint''i Chamber-burg. Pa., "I wa f-o low Van th"e 2YS B'ag't' ,.-I handle every class of L'qnors! sold. J u'

. tu no avail one of iny after *ix months of severe: : sickness Metaphor. I 8'i! 'u", j built or bottle wholesale or retail, at prices tl! in

: ..; I friend' p-r-uuilnl me to try Jodol.1| ctued by Hay Fever and Asthma, "I n't it curious how onions bring are way down.

, tt ItK a"f' immediate lelief. I can eat; that ft'w"thOli ht I could get well tears to the eyes' I -- AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER.

, !L; almo-t miytliinir I want now and my but I learned of the marvelous meritof "It Miri-iy i iIt's like nature spring-1: I

"I dige ti n"i* good. I cheerfully Dr. King's New Discovery for lug a letk.-l'biladelpLIa North AuieriCHII. -,

recommend Kodol." Don't try to Consumption. ued it, and wa completely I # WICKE&CO.

cure stomach trouble by dieting. cured." For desperate Throat '--

That only further wakeii* the s>ystem. and Lung Disease i it is the safest I' TbU signatnre is on erery box of the genuine
You need wholesomestrengthtninir ;cure in the world and i is infallible Spring Fever.Spring Laxative Brorao-Quinine Tablets

. f(."d. I Kodol t'nablt'i"ou tu' for Cough*, Colds and Bronchial fever is another name for Plumber Gas and Steam Fitter
biliou he that cold to .
nes It i N more serious than remedy cures a one da/
a""imilatf' what: you eat by ditwt- Affections. Guaranteed bottles 5Uc. most people think A ,
. lug it without the stomach'* aid. and .110. Trial bottles free: atV.A.. torpid liver '

.- Harris'I Pliarnucy.: John :Sheppard D'Alemberte' 121 South Palafox. ed and system inactive, If bowels neglected mean, serious a poi-on ill. Water: coolers that do not No. i South Palafox Street.

Hidney I ness may follow\ such vinptoms. waste ice, at the Willis All Kinds 0': Plumbing and Gas Fitting Materials Kept on Hand
__ __
A ( olor thnnidnic I'ulnt. DeWitt's Little Early Kies removeall Hardware Co.'s.WEEKLY 'aLEPHnNY trJ" '. ..:N" ,'nt A

.I A color rhanpnu paint especially! danjar by stimulating the liver 10'1"J

noil >Ieo. I nilaj'U-tl for iitukiiiK visible hot boxes opening the bowels and cleansing
Tommy Ilyan Is at it asan. This the of SCIIEDULI
sytein impurities. :Safe pills. >
in ui.u-hliury is. pn-pan-d by German A. .3
tliut L.> t,'!ls tin- pulil.i1! that! ho 10 s anxloun I' cbeuii a Vpvr irrip -I htve taken Ih.- FOR STEAM DIVISION wA.ver3rSUfCKSPOK

', to incft hi.1I..t': .. oticimore.. liy cart-fully rubbing up e<]ual Witt's Little Early' for torpid
parts of HH-rcuric iodide and l'tNS\COLA tLtCTIUCTtnMI A
cupric liver '
Tho l.i-t time tLI'-? t"'o'l'ry scientificwaKoi I veryprin0' for years, writes !
: \,,'ri :vhililisl the Kid rot n\\ay j I bitlitio with Hutuuh distilled water to R. :M Evtrly, Mound-ville. W. Va HAlLWAY CXJMPANT. TO AVEKVuoLFOLK
. form a thin pa.-te. At : "Thfo ordinary temper- m- more good than
with th- PH Iand\ won in a cantor.Tbe anything
renaacola for the
iituif this mixture i is red. but it turus :: I have evf-r tried." Hargf-i ,' OF
Kid. L.> the w.iy. I- the only man riayoa. Big Hayou. Warrlngtoa Navy xars
black at about Co degrees C., becoming Phannicy. John Sherp rd. :Sidney &ud Fort tsarraacai at I
. ,
who \\:1" I'V T 111,1.! to j>:i-s a fn'l'i'It."p- Kahn.
r*) agjin onRead ('volin!:. m.arrl.e at Fort Barrancai 1:16a. HARDWARE.
Inif nrran t'uu'iit t<> tae Kansas City I *::*> .i
10:00: a. m.arrive at Fort Barrancai IO:6 0 a.n
. putili't. 11)an: says if Le can whip O&TQItXi5.. 1:00 p.m.arrlveat Fort Barranoai 1:6 p nS
McCoy hll te'uI to sit behind It in His ;*) p. m. arrive at Fort Barrancai .:16 p II i
. Newspaper. Pears" Asays! !>csr ;It :15p.ra. arrive at Fort Barrancai Toop t Iron, :Nails Axes, tihov I... Haw Mill and Steamboat
LU bar and pay ail his attention to (ieore Schaub : "8:00 arrive at Fort Barrancai 8t6p.o
a well known tier- ahI p.m. : and
Supplies, Cooking
Heating : Paint
.. Stoves Oils
the "li-itrlii-t l-rlcaJf.! McCoy( by the Trains 'ttve YoU Barranoaitor Pease ,
mall citizen of New Lebanon. Ohio cola It7ttia.m. Window Gla-s, Gun, Pistols and Fi L) '. l. only too aniious to meet Thom : _
aL ,l i is a constant reader of the I>,, : arrive at Hensacola ._. @:Ol. a. eUiuo Agate and Tinware ana lIon ernrnishilig Goods.CMTAGEXS .

\, V this
arrive PeD6acola___ 2:16
%:00 p. m. p.o
How to Avoid Trouble."ow paper aim to adverti-e only the The I Happy[ Home) &:lIIl p m arrive at hensaeola_ 5:48 p n FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL COMPANY"
well- -Dip P n aeola t: > i* the time to provide your best" In its columns. and when he saChamberl.1in's \\ "8:66 p. m. arrlYfl at feoiacola_ .MB r Revere Giant rititched r.eltiufr, Northampton Emery

(i -lf and family 'With a bottle ofI'haiiberlain' Pain Balm advertised furnished home. Marston 'Bataraayi only Wheel Co., L'Iftin & Rand Powder Co., John.. n's Kifomiiie. -
rARE Cog WEEK OATS.Peniaoola Iron KIng and Buck Stove and Ran rfs, Wm.
: Colic Cholera: and therein for lame back. he did $ Quina '
not can supply you to Fort Barrancai and retort sa.eflSCOII Coups & ( 0. '- Raw Hide Lace Leatht'r.Iaurv'!!
IH.urh.IPi Heniedy. It i is almost he*it He in buying '\ bottle of it for with all needed in the ? to Nary Yard and return.._ ifrPeniaeola Made Railroad Colors. 0
certain be needed before the: way Palmetto Beach and
to -uininer his wife who for eight week to return li. i i iSC9DAT
I* over and if procured now suffered with the mo-t terrible pain* of house furnishings at the ICHIDCDt. j Masonic Temple. $ Pensacola. Fla-

may mv* you a trip to town in the i in her back and could get no relief. !'A.iwestprkes cash or credit. When weather. permits the rocLlng ci I ,< - -- -..,
nUhtorin bu-iest ea-nn. It HP open
your ?avAfter uMn
!j.. everywhere :admitted to be thilutist ? Balm for a few diy my ?wjf the aid Pain t.i ---- Feniaoola a. m. Lv Fort 10 Barr a. m.lla. .n,a i iI < : .- Wa B. WRIGHT COffiPflflY
Micoe-sful medicine in tie flr '
me. feel as th1U2h born lnt'w" m. 11 m ,
bowel iiipl.iuts.! both for childrenai.d : and before u-ing the entire content CASTOR 1p.m. I p. m 'II \ IIJ.{

a.lul'i N'> familv c:>n :Ltf.'rJ to '>f the bottle the unbearable pain p. m 1 P.m.. MANUFACTURERS AND DEALEK8 IN
'p.m p.m..p.m
he t itli.Mit it For-ale by all druglit4 :- had entirely vani-h"d sal .he could! For Wants anti Children t pM. _
and medicine dealers. ix.iiu take up her household dutie" Ip.m. Sp.m ,

He is very thankful and hope that The Kind You Have Always BougN 8 p. m. tp.m I'7rLUMBER. LATHS,
FOR SrVDATI'eniaoolato
, OAoSTOn.XA. ill suffcriuir likewi-e: will hear of pall
art Bartaneai XIv
-.-the Bt' wonderful recovery. Thi valu Bears the ..oetgnatureof lard and rstno---;... n lli SAD CYPRESS S INGLEs..Klin.Driel Sail!
dm; able liniment i* for sale by all "oiaooia 10 Palmetto Jeseb sal
; drugi
1 "atVi" i and medicine dealers p CllrJl.-__.-_______ I. I
I SO freight received alter 1:11 p. I .. --=- PENSACOLA. FLA.W' .

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.trmmthlp firntrth. I I I I AUGUSTA PLANS BIG DAM. GOLD DUST.
I',>r a time th*' l-irp-st vessels wtth' 1 POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. |

U'oo.t I" '",'rflll engines aCoat were Georgia City Arranging To Protecl ,

utt-iiii-'i, I'; rI4! Rfl. N>w York : AB'O'j Herself from Floods. f 'Let the GOLD DUST twins do your work." .

,. .\i. r '. .11 l'"'-' mid the Teutonic j jM Augusta. Ga., June 2S.--Commission

I ". .' r the White Star line, j ji. er of Public Works i For State Senator.
.... \ -.. tH-hj-Mtl iiy the Cam- hard at work completing for I II' The friends of Hon. W. A. Blou&t! For County Commissioner.I .

i I 1.11":11,1:1. which were not preserua hereby anr. unce him as a candiditeor : hereby announce myself as :t

_. r \ -...1... I.ut had engines of to council at Its next regula: > PLate Senator from this the eec. casdldate-for county commissioner

5OIIEMIANby an estimate of the cost ootecting .D'l Senatorial Distric:, and respectfully from district 4, subject to the action

,.. 'N' : 'I" r. TIIt'le'l'ssl'ls are j the city against high watei i /u-k the support of all Democrats of the voters at the ensuing demo-
fit t 3 inches beam \
means, of levees. I for him at the coming; primary.For cratic primary July 15.
.-t IUt1Il1 draft, with ad-! !- "King all Bottled Beers. D. AV. C. YARBROCGK. .

: "t al-uut h.UM) tons. TLe Brcw" from Bohemian Hops. Though far form complete the worthas Representative.

:.r.-|jwvr of their twin' SOLD EVERY WUER2. progressed far enough for him tIn The friends of rtcott M. Loftin take For County Commissioner.The .

.> ...:!ti-4 i Is 31,14), which on trial k beet position to state that to fully this means of announcing him as a friends of J. B. Roberts announce -

lie MHIIM of the triple ex- = would cost at least 500,000, a verj Legislature from Escambia county, as county commissioner

etsjriiir ini'1 the ixis-sibil'ty of. Ht! uch greater sum than was antic and they desire the support of allemocrats from District I, subject tu the action

I! Tfcf Thnnchtfnl Murk. p I II l I D in the coming primary.For of the democratic primaries Julj
M-ll l h'it'r! led
f : ; resurcs to '
] 0:1:1 tree close to a house within 15.
a I They believe that the material
afford the
lelth'flll1 It city this protection he
.it v m.r ( quadruple
I short distance of the river or canal, At a cleaner soap doesnt: befin ta compare with Reoresentative.The interests! of the county demand his
"n I .11111';! wllt'tI> the j>rt>sures j there was a storks' nest, with young; states It will be necessary to almost > friends of Henry C. Clopton I| re-election and they ask the support

t r;. to I.\ T :'Jii" j-ounds. The St. c!I(5. The roof of the house caught I II urround the city with a levee, to keep): GOLD DUST. announce him as a candidate for of every democrat in securing it.

| out the' back i i representative in the --
| aul Legislature
"- .1 M. lutwin srrl.'II'ItIJ..IIIII \ I tire one day. and though the fltunes water as well as tu ---- ----- -

,;. .. ii l $ engines: carrying | ,li'l not actually: reach the tree the '! overflow from the banks at the city. GOLD DUST does more work. better work and does from Escambia county and request !i For County Commissioner.
..A'sv.iire.. A 33-foot it cheaper. It saves tacks as well as pocketoocus.i the support of all democrats in the I
> More
recently: heat became bcorchini So the mother i ii fresnet which is a height i democratic i announce myself a candidate for
coming i
>', .' n -T 1'fiitM-hbiml. with the lar- but rarely reached, he thinks can bE Made only ty THE N. K. FAIRBANK! COMPANY. urimary. election as coun-tv commissioner for
i stoik tl.tlOWI1 to the water got into Chicago New Y Of'. B san. St. Loas.
.'i'i ;triiiii\: il'.at. also Las ; safely kept out by works district No. 1. at primary to be held
; For .
not costlnc'
1 Representative.The
it uml drenched her breast; then, returnirs _Makers of OVAL_ _FAIRY_SOAP.
., \IM'I! ..".'. engines.: The to her young: she spread the 'more than O.OOO. For this it would I friends of Chas. M. Coston announce all July democrats.15th and ask for the support of

.1\ > ". t'I li.-m. 07 feet( : 1 mass of cool wet feathers all over need an embankment only on the river him as a candidate for representative LEE 1)ANIELL.

'. 01!h, .. VImat AVrepini !Menn. in the legislature from
n M; :: 2fH) t"nsi ;1 them. This she npeated over and over front a length of about 2 fe miles. -
... Tenrs are the result of cambia county and they ask the
1. M 1. a nervous For
: Cot
*; County :missioner.
a tain t'.yin;: to the river, going down of all democrats m the
support coin-
storm in the central
Into the water and rt turning; her i>lun' i i COLLIERY DYNAMITED. |! nervous system, inir primary.For The friends of W. A. shelby here-
-- under which! there' is tucU a change in
nge drenched with wtt. And thus the i by announce his candidacy for re-

Nasal y ftyr nist was ba H.I. mid the tender liestlings I Fortunately No One Was Injured- the! vascular terminals of the tear becretiiiji Railroad Commissioner. election: as county commissioner
glands that the exeretien of from district No. 3 of Escambia
c-f the
Recognizing fully rights
; were iesened alive until the President Mitchell's Movements. ;
CATARRH water from the plantU Is |"rofu-;e. Some farmers and producers to more consideration county, subject to the action of the
i firhad !>een pot under and all was \Vilkesbarre. Pa., June
-The an exeretion is always in rogrebs in order i at the hands of the Florida democratic primaries July 15, and
.l'.' .!.:: t tre1. p'aft>. The truth of this remarkablft :nonncement that President Mitthef; : < ask for him the of all
that the surface of the eye may te. Railroad Commission, I solicit hearty support
( Mi>ry was touched for Iiy more than would leave for the west late this af I It In vcsl and cleared of foreign matters I the support of all Democrats who I democrats.
% Cream ISalm: '"
: : ---
one tyt'wltnl'ss.-l'ornUII. i rnoon came as a surprise to those at w hich: may conic in contact with it, approve of the declaration of principles (
>' or County Commissioner.After .
k.TM strike headquarters today as it was but the controlling center is at a dis- set forth in my platform.

,. SlioHni; \iolou.i lIor.... not expected: that he would leave until! ,, tanc Copies of platform sent to any one due consideration I appealto
There Is considerable risk incurred L addressing me at West Palm Reach friends
'" the evening of the Indianapolis {'on'n.tion. I j my many and the democratic -
In I -- [ 1a. K. HUDSON BURR. voters candidate for
shoeing vicious horse both to the as a the
lie will i
return her next Wed
lUlni ; .' :' "' 'r."t*.;.s.apret'U blacksmith and to the horse itself., To 1', nesday : Chronic bronchial troubles and For County 1 reasurer. otticeot county commissioner from

.' > 4 : .i .. .. !I. iJeiH.s.m- remo\e this risk altogether; an Austra- or Thursday. Mr. Mitchell I summer cough? can b" quickly re- The friends of Frank E. Brawner district four of E*cambia county.
said he expected to take up interno-! I lieved and eared br Please: remember me at the primary
f' Foiey's Honev
"- I 4rr Han Las Invented
i* n >t ii.:-tiiwi i I a sort of wooden ; hereby announce him as a c lndidatf'I
;; tional matters with the union nd Tar.V.. A. D'Aleui'berte IiI election of the democratic
'. I-' rf' 'f.5oc a:< lit Urjs-:: |I i case the bides and top of which are officialS II I for County Treasurer of Ecambia

b ... s.. ) i en's by ma... j i I: padded. The horse is I led In. the door: j:, of illinois Palafox. I I County, subject to the action of the : July: 15, IWo D. 1. MKKRITT. .'..
Olive Fla.
i. i i. .lI, U1I: .ii A irreu Mrevt. >cw Tork..a is fastened. and the cage is then turned i |{ Late last night some one threw dy- I democratic primaries July 15, and ,

completely upside down. the animal 1 j namite into the William A. colliery! ask for him the support of the voters. For
4 CS5C SS SC C5CCa* I :I Ii. County Commissioner.

) PUBLICITY FOR resting on Its !back with its feet up. j' causing two explosions. Fort.unatelyno \, '. I For County Treasurer.I The friends of R. Rathwell of
one was injured. The coal andr ,
,j announce myself a candidate for Bluff Springs hereby announce him
THE PEOPLE. SlOt 1m\\'.\lm ,:!i100. I Iron police were unable to locate th renomination for the position of a s a candidate for County Commissioner

,. The readers of this paper will bei I person who three the explosive. II II I IWARNING. ) county treasurer of Escambia county from district No. 5 of Escam-

| II' I subject to the action of the democratic bia county, subject to the action of
learn that i is lea.
pleased to there at II
t.\cr) Hord Costs lOll a Cent, ( I primary. the democratic primaries Jnly 15,

anJ K>er>' Word is Head one dreaded di-eae that science I\ If you have kidney or bladder I J. W. FRATER. and ask for him the support of the
has bN"n able to cure in all it--tages: voters.
By"body. j trouble and do I .
Kidney [
not use Foley's For Tax Assessor.I -
: i iz mid that i i.. catarrh. Hall's Catarrh j Cure will have j Chairman Executive
-XCOCCCCCOCCio _-_-_- I you only .our- : announce' Committee.
Cure 1 i., the only positive cure now i self to blame for results as it hereby myself as a
> > iv: TOMv LlNU. posi- i candidate for re-election as Tax Assessor The friends of John B. Jones here-

.. ........ -. Known to the medical fraternity: i' j ji lively cures all form* of kidney and I for Escambia county subjectto by announce his candidacy for chair-
bladder di* W. A. D'Alererte.
ea fs. :
k i t LOAN. "n houstrbold furniecu Catarrh bring;: a constitutional di ;- I the action of the democratic pri. man of the Escambia County Demo-
1 ... b 121 S. Palafox.Foley's .
<. *- anil all kluJn of per-
S |.i-t.: \' ,-d Termftty.\,,py to A. A.$ hisber rict..St nient. Hall'-Catarrh Cure is taken -- I .- W. W. RICHARDS. ject j to the action of the democratic

al. ..1 .Ir...t. internally acting directly upon the'j I .' Kidney Cure '- '- voters of the county at large at the

.-j I blood and iniic"iisurface..- of the makes and ;;; For Tax Collector. primary July 15, and ask for him
kidneys bladder
M\ I LKS'lion unproved rral tsi sy-t'-m. thereby -.troyinjthe{ foun dszht.I I ,5 I hereby announce myself as a the hearty support of the voters. .,
,IH.<. ur niitll amounts at low d'jtiou nl the Jj"l'a..e.1l11i1 riving the i candidate for re-election as Tax Collector
One >
S itr- t nre Renicdyran
Cnl on l.rilie : Jlro! .
S alIa. 3>l > fitlafox hi., Mibfr;' patient, -tiviijrth; by building up the [, obaUiidte cu.J. In imnie a ,.av-lialrAa\ For Breada for Escambia county, subject For Secretary Executive Committee.

S SlUlOl |, iititutior.. and a--i-ting; nature in Baking to the action of the democratic pri The friends of Ben D. Beers announce -

doing it.) work. The proprietor Table ... mary July 15.A. his candidacy for Secretary
I><- >nill iim
M ,.h \ 1'-IIA\ -i>.i TOJ offd money? I| have "o inucL faith I in its curative GAS RANGE is always reliable. H. D'ALEMBERTE. of the Escambia County Democratic
Table decorationare in
j i ..n %ixirruM A:11 a.nount: you want i i powerthat they otter One Hundred arransed Executive Committee subject to the
'II ra irit tvrmt anl lo".t rat., the form of circle and with doj i Your oven is always ready to the For Tax Collector
: a now a -
> '.-"b..on I> )lIar- fur any ca-e that it fails to I action of the democratic voters of
.mpro\"d real
f'i>iu % m. taber. ZU4;;, Houth city I'ftla- cure. :Stud fur li-t of \-timonials I|j I: l lijrhtful; result.: F"r instance, at on* minute, at just the temperature you The friends of Henry Bellinger an the whole county at the primary
him for Tax
t in-U r I Address F. J. CHENEY & Co., i i|i dinner there was a centerpiece of ferns nounce as a candidate July 15; and ask for him the supportof
want and you can keep it at the Collector of Escambia county, subject
Toledo O. on the center mirror and arrangedcn the voters.
I- WANT TO HOKKOW MONETmoary. .- j to the democratic pnmry to be
I J. (. Sold by Druggists 75c. right all -
\ la-are your property >und this: in a circle were tllll'a'l'.5 temperature through thebaking.
pro- neld July 15, lX)2! and request the
5-'*t>.ii ctn>f Uti. boy or tell real For Member Executive Committee.
eBat tilled w ith Jonquils, with the candles i You
l.' r-nt property of nay senptlon, have I don't have to worry support of all Democrat;
t ull"etwl or yo'jr laxe attended to, i li a branching candelabra bet in at intervals. ; The friends of John Touart announce
'si o.i or .Jdrt. Th'... c. 'A'.t4on A Co. I C'o.tome For Small Boy. '| The table itself was large and about draughts damper chimney ;; For Member School Board. him as a candidate for mem-
".-.I P-.tat. and ln.uranco aienti Peu &- i The sketch pictures a charming I' The friends of W. ber of the County Executive Com
". !':.. C'barll' nioj< -rate. To everyone peI round and the effect was everything; your bread is always right. There 11. At'erton hereby
I llsse for a little! boy. made of white I his for the mittee from precinct 12 and ask for
S "- )' a lot from m W., wilt lend money i that could! be desired says the PhiL i announce candidacy

tucked lawn decorated with leaf shapj I school board from district No. 3. the precinct at the primary July 15.
A difiYrcnt ll'n ice of china with J'hfllllr" |
; i. )C' 'I'lt ) subject to the democratic primary ---- ---
.. .. -- ......- .. i etl insertions of embroidery and tx.i I. .' adds much joy to the diners-noun PeDsacola Gas Co. July the 15th. 1902. For Member Executive Committee.

M-- ,Hi' \lRIi K: WhITE ..ill oontmaf. dered with scalloped edging; to match.: ]>lfasant ti>h set or anything of that | The friends of Frank Reilly an-
i t'i i i ii-1:1on ttirotiin tli 9UIH- '
.5 !h. 'i. b.. -undtv ocliool! room of kind, to be I'url's n rule there is No. 3 S. Palafox St.. Pensacola. Fli For Member Board Public Instruction. nounce him as a candidate for mem

\. '.... li.t, .niroh., a"i.teil Iiy >li I.> nothing FJ mlx>lical except good taste illII. I .; The friends of Hon. Elijah Ward !tier of the County Executive Committee
wii !II"
5< ...l in cmiitHccori r-criitly"ith rtlurnedhi thx elo-i ..' liiu china iis-ed. announce his name as a candidatefor from precinct 13 and ask for

.., will, tritv'li a suiniiifr it'hnol.! Many simple con\entional dt-s-igiH CHOICESTOF i re-elecf'on as member of the him the support of the democraticvoters
nkMnntl: \ Ju".. _t. Ibcy havf aUo Hoard of Public Instruction of the
from precinct at the
I',* ...rvirr. of Mi Kmma: UWfin. are to LI weii. pome of the line hand I primary
district No. 3 of Escambia July15.For.
> S ,1 art:.t. mho mill gi\" l..--ons inT painteil: china--which takes: its turn county,
..' .,lIt nriiii-iip! to tlifir regular subject to the action of the demo

'S r'r"-J"ro[... I:': with the 1"n'.lalll from famous far- f FRUITS AND CQFECTIONER! ( cratic primaries July 15. Executive Committeeman.I .
10I'il's-in beautiful colors! l>ut Witoutv .
"H.\ H" .\ %TIU_ 11 11C. hereby announce myself as a
_. I -.: a simple bonier around the ,1:1'. For County Commissioner. candidate for member of the
--- : County
S-- Ir I- ,
I'r ."tden and saxe will ligure in different AT Executive
: s I Committee
\,\ I I'-Tabl.| Intrit:: Iiy flvn >otini{ : hereby announce myself a? a from Precinct
i.toeti ('''ntral loi-Htion prrf courses. and some hue old se\fel) i candidate for re-election as county: I Thirteen and solicit the support of

.er.--..I--/I.*tIfli;Ne.ii: (: it-rnii and Iotittit;5j.tii ;a. 'L d for a dessert conr<*e. APOSTLE'S, commissioner from district 2 of Es I Democratic voters at the coming:

I'.i cambia county subject to the action primary. JAMES L. SWEENEY.For .
ii I' .W!>\- : will hitvta mrloi of 14 East Government !I of the democratic 15 __
\1 ,.... A Srronil "(lGnlrf'. ) St. primaries July , July .':). Tb Executive
*\ -; : ,, l Committeeman.
and ask the support ')f the voters. 'I
. ft: ''> lit A,a"II1"! ami' all! : IIujhry.hf'lrn has caught all but
b -' .4. \...-. :o"'rl\l..f, th.-ni ar i two of the games played by Brooklyn Formerly: Cordova Restaurant Stan 1! ji.UX G. WELi.II. The friends of ThQ!!. W. Kent an-
> > Tin- .to.k can !>** I flounce him
S i'r uvmi ..".t ii LII. Will J thus far and for a youngster he has One car-load of Pineapples at 11.71 I For Commissioner. I I ber of the as Democratic a candidate for memo
.' County Executive
"IwI certainly proved ft wonder. In fact, to 2.00 per dozen. I Committee
Mr. Frank Johnson trOut precinct 13, subject
he has been christened Jim McGuiro'sdouble hereby announces -
I I -vl.K l.i. moil aIrat.I> lot* la j to the action of the
himself candidate primary and ask
tv on ...? term*. by till: M her by' the pla'crs.JETTE as a for ,! for him
S ., A,"ney. ?'4 outu 1'aiafoiI =GOLAY=O* rejection as county commissioner j the support of the .voter$.

I.alm from district four, E-cambia
county'a For Member Executive
subject to the will of the democratic Committee.The .

.' _._'ork'lll H""I. I del Jf you well want to Grist and Corn Weal Pills; voters in the coming primaries. He friends of James McHugh announce .
-- - again
tiOS does this for I his candidacy for member of
S 'I R I \\ Rs yon cannot take reason that he
>> V fjllll-IV..l rOllllM Hi 1 P.<< F. GONZALEZ CO. Prop the County Executive
S -: ', $ 'flUIC :...I. Rlltl I I' CElEBRATtD a better mull- i, \\-antstheoHiceand thinks he ca abe I Committee
cine than the from precinct 14 and ak: for him
---- Hitters. Blithe Manntactcreri of benefit to the best interests of I the

II. Iii "I".I--'I. IIt._ bfSit health re- CHOICE MB ALAND PUKKGKOUNE the whole county. If his friends support of the democrats of the pre.
---- etorerknown cinct at the primary 15.
to and the people interested agree with July _
U\ l 11 I. -Men to learn li trail fcelence. and nil! STOCK KEKD.FatronKe -
J him, he will appreciate their
1.1 I ctaftoc or..r..d sup
.. !i m..tboJ. ....Ibt now'nrrk by .l1ort. repractlrr. WUITE 1'IiifE rLiL.The cure every reason Home you should Industry buy TOUT for Meal there and li port. For Member Executive Committee.The .

S; atY nrt| uistrac- Kttleest; which! shows between Headache Htock Feed from the Home Manufacturer friends of W. B. Wright an-
I S 1..1.
prrMflts.i1. I'ol\t- for by 10 doing you encourage borne Indci For County Commiss oner. nounce his candidacy for
Nervousness member off
i > > fuaranteeil U'rit" tad.57. the collar is of the lawn with lines / Yoor Is left the
try. in
tl or : i .." 0(", \cw urlritiH. l.a oomraonitj The friends of J.V.. Hrewton c the Bounty: Executive Committee
JJltf I of beading and a double row of wee Flatulency, and you in turn are Indirectly benefited. district. No. 5 announce him from precinct 15; ,
', In fostering the borne manufacturer yon as a I subject to the action -
tlNIM L !'- \ iarl buttons for its own particular: ,, Indigestion contrlbntetotbecau.eof labor. You ow. candidate for re-election from said j of the democratic primary Julr
i !
< K.. .oliciinr: will pay H'lonmient. The Tam O' htntf'r: Is It to community In which you live and district to the 13, and ask for him
1 1. i -IIniI. :! tu r...lit one. .\dII of which contributes to your j I subject : action of the :, the support o'f 3
S .r.- ttti ..m"-" m 5tfUVN white pique. with a ribbon t.oat the b STOMACH Malaria FeverQ : inpport. ( primaries July 15. I the voters of the precinct. 3

\\'_\. 'I'IU. left Kid.-Phila.IoIphia 1..1::(.(. ITTER 5 and Agne. I -- --- -- --- -

...... _ S-S I Try It. Tr\.rA\ -- - -- -- IIi
riv' 1
.i .. inly POunflm..offtflhI nt once to prepare 1'S : X) good health utile** the kidneys '

"''' are j-ouud. FoleyV Cure
.ra'lI..nt .rnc". .1\p- Kidney
r f a' i r..- n.t.. Cedar KapITilni .'make* the kidney* n>ht. W. A. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. I
___ ___
: D'Alemberte, 121 :N Palafox. 00 __ _

I \'\ ;. ,,.\sri-\ \ I'\_' -II I.j" .'!.!.11I..,,{at 1-yar.. :soS -- --- W. C. ROWE, M. D. F. E. BRAWNER'S. I

Office: 17.S! S. TaUfox.
\\ U.o-\II kindi ot
Lu... M. \. PKIEDHA Hours from s to 9t) a. m. and 1 ta: 8 p. m I
DOYHfUIIH / OF THE BEEF TRUST and after o'clock f)>-For Seven Days we will Offer the Following Prices
.\ \\' ... :-$*

----- ------------- Phono O.r .
\\ .I' Trustworthy p.Ton in .aih 20 doz Men's French
\ t.< manage bU'iinr. old istab. Senate Bill No. 18: A Bill to be drop- 2uO Pair Men's New Orleans Sewedor You should look at our line of
.. ,olid itnancial: Ianlllnl stiched, undershirts for 2jc; ; drawersto Cable crewed Shoes for this sale Ladies'
High and
entitled "An Low
Act Cut
!. weekly rain salary; II'; to prohibit arrange- PARKER'S match. fl.20 solid leather. Hhoe .
K ...h \. ..dc day. with al1eS ments HAIR BALSAM ; We can save you money.
agreements trustsor 25 doz Men's
from bead'iuartera ud bnalifiM tile hllf. Fancy Striped. Lace
i 't %pn.r Manager. .d: mon..yS rax combinations, and certain other _0 .Tail S laiurtinl Btrtor fiuvth. and Plain Silk Finished, Balbrigan 175 Pairs Men's Hand Hewed Vie worth lGoo 'yards Lawn, fast colored,
t Cbcao. to Onj Kid .Shoes in four different fe'j'c, to close at 6c
J7 .tmtw yard.
acts : to it Youthful Color.DR.KINC'S Undershirts at Kc each ; drawers to shape
- - or things intended to or tendingto .nd.p _"'.'*IInI hai tII laIIJD&. match. toes ; regular: $1, for this sale {2.95 a 500: X-Bar Muslin regular 7c

"Ul'14'1'ItY. prevent, hinder or obstruct the law. I pair.I goods to close '
... .. at 4fc} yard.
-- ... ..., ., 10 doz Men X-Bar Undershirts" ,
..K t'OMB BROWN: LEGHORNS ful sale of Florida fed beef, or other worth l.OuO yards Unbleached
Wc, for 403; drawers to match. have bought the full line of Levy- Domestic
i *Iy stock a 3d
ffft for sale. to close
S c1..n.t \ViIlu Hardwarel'o'l. 1'4tt beef, meat, or cattle or other edible t5 doz Men's Scriven Patent seam Pou Co. boys' shoes that I will closeout 1 OOJ: at IjjC.Best .!

animal in this state or tendingto side drawers, worth 65c, for this sale at cost. fast yards Check Gingham
TRY NEW colored
tIOIp' 33c.c regular 7c goods, for
----------- monopolize the sale of or the price t : 125 this sileoc. ,
"I Kt4.R.H HEIK E-MsnuUctorer thereof." FOR THAT COLD. 23 doz Boys Extra Size Pants, 12 to pair Boys' Easy Walkers reg- 10 pieces White
and l1..aln la tar Uoodi Hati. Toilet I ular SOc goods to close at 35c pair. and Red Table
;J.., U air Oil, ''u W UoTernmeatKOR Referred to the Judiciary committee '1! TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. 50c.I 17 years. worth f 1 a pair, for this sale Linen regular tOe goods to close at

75 pair Men's Low-Cut Patent 25c yard. No one over I 5 yards.
'of which Mr. Myers was chairman. Cures ConsumptionCoughs I We carry a full line of Boya1 Wash Leather Shoes we have been
I 'a. selling 30
t'r. Fur 1"uIH'rul... pieces Medicated 24-inch Cotton
(Page 61.) I' Pants. Call and see them. at f 2.W pair to close at 1.75
L wKM -Kt'NERALH- 1 'Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, { pair. Diaper, worth feoc, for this sale 60c. II Irt
Judiciary Committee after careful
I' ,
., 'ptly In boaqaett or.pec!&l deitgai '

:>! .. S Irtte Moreno, t:H Welt Gregory tlldlm ;,I examination, returns Senate Bill No.risy I PneumoniaHayFeverPleu-LaGrippe Hoarseness I This Sale will Positively Not Run Longer Than Seven Days.

18, without recommendation. (Page ,

(- 'L'T FI..tV.E1tSwWR4 I M03.) I I I Sore Throat, Croup and -

S S laldetiini ordered and floral for LesIgn.- | On passage of Senate Bill No. 18, ''Whooping I Cough. Remember the place, F. E. Brawner's, Candidate for County Treasurer

I S. idle )Moreno Kt: We* Mr. Myers voted NO. (Page 312,) NO CURE. NO PAY.

cUltomen'l>> [Senate Journal, 1897]. I I Pric 50c. Md S 1. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE. t 105 SOUTH PALAFOX 8TBEET.


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The 43: <1 Annual Statement for Year

|j Ending December 31st, 1901. oi
Itatered at the I'ott Office at Fensacola J TO-MORROW NICHT
VU. MCODd-clati malter.OIT1CE regular Sunday afternoon excursions -

:-rMtt't Building, 2117S Bouth Politicians. tim Capt.of what Frank was Boghich at first was thought the vic-a yesterday were patronized l THE f [EQUITABLE

h1afOI street op-itairt. liberally one of the largest crowdsof
fatal accident yesterday but he is Under the auspices of the Ladies!

;i hiKE HEWS PUBLiSHlHC to. .... SJfYXTi able to be out although considerably Aid Society of the First Baptist the season having congregated on .LIFE ASSURANCE[ SOCIETY
the boat and barge at the time of
The ladies are cordially invited to bruised and battered I church, a musical and literary en- .

1' Terms: Invariably in AdvanceDA hear the addresses of Gen. Wm. B. Capt. Boghich was driving his J I tertainment will be given in the par- their departure.A Assets .... .... .. ... ., .. .f3.31.03!. ::.>.}
t Year by Mail K OUU who were Reserve

t s Uootbi -. ..-_ :* 50Oa Lamar and other prominent speakers spirited pony from the wharf north I lors of Hotel Escambia beginning good many strangers took of ...and. .other. .. ..Liabilities .. .- 259,910.
here advantage Carrier, Payable Monday 10 at the opera house Thursday on Palafox street. When crossing at 8 o'clock tomorrow evening, when sojourning *

It night. The entire dress circle will larragossa street the horse became the chance: to see the gulf and Surplus(from which Divi-
Rafts Furnished on Application I the following interesting program dends
"retuning are paid.
( r be reserved for ladies and their es- frightened and in rearing and plunging these together with a far greater !.71l29.m.: 2
will be presented : I ------
1 TELEPHONE NO. 118. corts. overturned the buggy. What number of citizens enjoyed surf Paid to Policy holders in

FIRST PART. 19t.Jl.... ...... ...... ...., 2
I3 I3I was left of it be kicked to small bathing a very heavy surf having New Insurance .
Remember, democrats, your poll the Misses in 1901. $ 24591:! 1 "7
pieces, rendering the vehicle sub- Duett, piano and violin been on the beach for several days. Total Insurance in force

j'I I tax must be paid by Saturday or yon stance for the trash pile. Heinberg. +j Chas. Burton to cap the climax of Dec. 31, 1901... ......|1.179iV3: : :

cannot vote at the primary election i iI Vocol Solo, Miss Louise Kahn. I served delicious chow- Notwithstanding the
I The captain was thrown to the enjoyments, ;greater: fi[J.!11-
July Ii."ThI'Y. cial strength of the Society and tt
with much force, and Piano Solo Miss Corrinne Riley. der at his beach resort. e
' pavement greater security which its
PBIBAOOLA JUNE 30. 1902. policyholders -
: : are trying to tell me you are those who saw it cannot explain Recitation, Miss Isabel Quina. These excursions are rapidly gaining thereby enjoy the RATES':!
ri -- Vocal Bolo Will Welles. in and it is probable are and GUARANTEES better .
how it he escaped alive. It popularity,
# PARTICIPANTS in the Seminole too young to be tax collector said j was than given by other compauic-,

i wars from 1M9 to 18o8, inclusive, are a prominent country democrat to1 I seemed every instant he woull receive :- SECOND PART. : that on next Sunday an additional

aid to be eligible for pensions under I Henry Bellinger the other night, |I a death dealing blow. This, Vocal Solo Miss Louise Covington. I carrier will be put on. The tugs KNOWLES BROS.,

law enacted by Congress T and Britannia used
the recently "but I like your face:, I like the way however, happily did not occur andas (Simpson were
.' the benefit extends not
and the animal could extricate I yesterday.Shake. General Agents,
soon as
talk and I am willing to trust
only h' survivors but to the widows you Violin Solo, Miss Adah Rosasco.

4 of those who have died.... you. I am going to vote for you andI itself it dashed away and left its Vocal Solo, Miss Ellie Wentworth I Into Your Sh'IE"8Allen's 309 "3. Palafox St.. PEXSAl"" ..-,

-MOST-- made-a deeper- beliveyou will get a majority in master prone on the pavement.He Recitation Miss Edna Rosaseo., Foot-Ease a powder. It

AKAJM-HICT was picked up and sent homein 'i cures painful, smarting, nervous feet
our precinct.
}f ate bu: unsuccessful effort to reverse Vocal Solo, Miss Sarah: Kahn. and ingrowing nails, and instantly FISH CHOWDER

his sentence of imprisonment and a hack. Later he came don I Recitation, Miss Hilda Blount. I I j takes the sting out of corns and bunion I

l then Declared that his punishment In answer to a question propounded i town, and while he did not show any It's the greatest comfort discovery -I
i I Recitation and sneezing song, H. of the age. Allen's Foot- BY THE SEA
l constituted "the funeral of a free i by the Monticello Constitution, outward signs of his experience, he II I Hill. Ease makes tight or new shoes: feel SHOREI

1 t press iu America." Not so, Johanu. 'i! "If a man's public record is not what was limping badly, and thought the A. i easy. It i is a certain cure for sweating I

' I !' The decent, law-abiding American I I callous and hot, tired, aching-
'}; r ; press! a- free a*. ever, but cutthroat the people judge in a great degree muscles of hi* leg were affected. ALL WHO USE ATOMIZERS in feet. Try it to-day. Sold by alldruggists At the Santa Iloa Surf i-: I',.-

what a candidate's merits are," the j Heating nasal catarrh will get the: ,( and shoe stores Don't establishment, the noted 1'.f>
lucenduri-m has no rightful place I "1 Never Knew Pain Killer t > Fait j j
A best result from Ely's Liquid Cream accept any substitute. By mail for
iu it. __ I Weekly Tallahaseean, mouthpieceof before, what can the matter be? i iBalin. Price 25c. in stamp Trial package FREE. I Frank Maura, will _'1\'" .me of ;L-;,

Hon. Fred T. Myer, says, 'No, j Where is the bottle? There, I ; including sprayingtube ..Address I Allen S. Olmsted, LeRoy, celebrated fish chowdertvtrv SunI
, AN exchange: rejoices because two I ( thought so; it is not Perry Da vi,,' 75ct; Sold by druggists or. V. V. 'I -

; of Florida's" county executive committees ,I siree, not when you are putting up a Painkiller at all, but something the : mailed by Ely Bros., 56 Warren! ., I I I I day at I 5) o'clock p. iu. ou ti.e -PI

l c have called "wide open primaries I: man for a new and untried position." i \and druggist I did must not notice have it made; I have himself used I New York.New I shore beach.: The steamer F.ttttiprie (-

in which every white man: i f But in the same article the Talla- ,i Painkiller for year for diarrhea, I Messrs. ELY Orleans BROS! Sept.-[ sold 1,1900. BASEBALL WITHAMATEUR ; will leave Palafox wharf .I:
: two
' i* invited" to come in and express hi* !I haseean says, "When a legislator is \cramps and "stomach aches and it I bottles of your Liquid Cream Balm !, ': 2:30: p. m. every :Sunday m:>''

J ;; choice. The republicans popu-! selected for hU abili- j never failed. ___ i! to a customer, Win. Limberton, 1415 TEAMSIn .i --. --
congress upon
. .Ji*u and independent in those \ I 1 Delachaise St., New Orleans; he has' Happy lime in Old T<,un.
ty for that particular line of work ued the two bottles, giving him
counties will:! Joubtless welcome the STREET CAR MEN : "We felt ," .,
wonderful and very happy wrn" >
mot satisfactory
,j results i
in making no mistake can be made. Yet it is *
opportunity to participate
Bevill Old Va.w' ,
I GEO. W. McDuFK. the absence; of a game: of baseball Town :

i nomination*, but they will not !1 the legislative record of Mr. Myers !t NAME NEW OFFICERS !i Pharmacist. with the "bi? boys" yesterday Buckleu's Arnica Salve w :'i'.

be democratic primaries. that the Tallahasseean does not j cured our daughter of a bad r I'" I II

, I wish discussed. It i is his II I: 1 a lot of people contented themselves I{ scald head." It delights all w' ,
A KANSAS editor has discovered legislative I j ,I REAL ESTATE
witnessing tattles with amateur
> .
I use it for Cuts:, Corn, Bruise-'
,, by an examination of the tax: books I j record that has convinced the peo- Division No. 234: Amalgamated: ,
j teams on various grounds about the i cers, Eruptions. Infallible for l'i-; .
banker of his
that leading town
1 Association of Street Em- ,
pie that it would be a vote against 2oc. W.
Only at A. D'AIembert-
pays taxes on personalty valued at : city.
their own interests to vote for Mr. 1 ployes, held a meeting Saturday drug store, 121 South Palafox.
f0, while barber who runs a shop j Two games were played by the ..
I Myer No wonder the Tallaha- night and elected officers for the -
In the basement of the bank ont "
i pays "Happy Dans and in both cases Grass Shearsthat will cut
i 1120.; Similar incongruities exit in seean says '' siree?" : coming year, as follows: ,
they were victors. The first", game close at the Willis Hardware
transfers I
tax valuation- elsewhere, and i ,; ,
E some I President-Joe.! P. Barry. .,.. .
are known riht here In Pensacola, The Weekly Tallahasseean, the I Vice President-Geo. W. Athe:;. .J -; y"of Ecambiacounty! was with the Beach Boys, the score T' Go's.--
but the new tax law. under which \os:, realty were recorded being 17 to 15 in favor of the Happy! -
that: i is known the mouth- .
I paper as Recording Secretary-H. T. How- i'" -
j Ae"or Whiting is preparing; thecity' \ ed during the weekending i i Dans. The next game was with the ,'j BATH HOUSE
piece of Hon. Fred T. Myers, candi- land. y-= ..,
-' tax; roll for the current year I .4 'i' 1 Saturday, I'i "Bounders, Jrs," which was won by j i Ii
ill even up mn.t of them date for congress in its report of the Financial Secretary-L. 0. Lar- J'l'" :<. June 2Ssth, all of1 I Deep water sea bathing, night or
for white
,, a score of 13 to 2.During : day people only. Special
I speech of Hon. John S. Beard at cum. a _/' t which are reported i I compartment for ladies with lady at.
"There may be defects in the primary i ;i F I tendant. Neatest best and cleaned
Tallahassee; says: Treasurer-A. H. Cook. > for THE NEWS by the summer kidney irregularities
rule thH time," the :\lad.1 bath house in the city. Baths
I. says '
After devoting forty-five minutes'to Conductor E. Cook. Tho!. C. Watson & Co., real estate: are often caused by exces- cent FRANK SIGARI.
J- Recorder "but will T
un experience
an "exposure" of Mr. Myers' rec- I agents: i> sive drinking or being ovrheated.T Cor. Cevallos and Zarragossa st-
Warden Wm. Chestnut. I
cure these defect and there will be -
i | crd, Jolly John treated his hearers Wm. F. Stout and wife to N. C. Attend to the kidneys at once by i| _.
uofrctionin the future. The pri-I j I to a five minutes1 eulogy of Mr. I :-entiuel-Uor; McNair. McMillan-Block 9u, New City.- ; using Foley's Kidney Cure. W. A. j

I mary system i- here to "stay, in spite ,I Lamar. "Why. I wish I could say I! The executive board was made up $1.300.;; I! D'Alemberte South Palafox. Gus ft. Soderiifld
iif the effort of certain politicians !; ,
-- --
i 1 something; against Bill Lamar! But : of A. H. Cook, L. O. Larcum, A. I Wm. H. Stout and wife to W. F. I

who hoping make thereby all the to make trouble the primary possible I can't do it. I have searched his' :Sarra, :\[. 1', Pitts, S. T. Tiller, Geo. i Stout-West half of block 90, New SUMMER NORMAL SCHOOL ;I ...THE TAILOR,...

record and cannot find one scintilla!' City.-$1.
tycteiu odius to the people." The' W. Athey and James Chestnut. I FOR WEST flORIDA :' aOK WKhT GOVKUNMENT<
of evidence against him. He has' A.M.. McMillan and wife to F. M. 1
work of the eneinie to the primary Joseph Barry W next :80 make
performed every trust imposed upon Hubbird and S. E. Fowler-Lots 1 andS days situ
plan will not ct'awith the result of I The !Summer Normal 'at 25 cent less than .
him. Hi* record is an enviable: one. of the board. section 3-1. township C, north range School for per regul i
the primary of July 15. Indeed, it' 33 ; West Florida, established by author- prices:
\' He has wade a most excellent At- The quarterly report showed the I of Hen W. S. heats 1 1 .. .
will then scarcely have btljun.EYt'f Jasper W. Fowler and wife to F. ity Sup- Dying M..u'suils I
torney-General. At the Ocala convention I> eriutendeut of Public ''I i I'ylng Ladles' suits ll.HHo1
democrat in the who i! local division to be in excellent con- M. Hubbird and wife to at 'I
\ state : Nancy Cros- I I Mm s Suits Steam Cleaned ..... I '
value, the privilege assured; to him his friends stated with a' dition and working ley-Lots 1 and 8, section 3-1. town- Pensacola, Fla.. will open on July''. l.adleo'Mutts Steam Cleaned ., TSctu .
strong show of truth that he was the ship 6 north, range C3:: westS8:5.N. ; 14th and continue for a period of !'Ix' len's1'oUIr&! i Steam Cleaued! <

by this l'lanllf personally participat T only man who could win the celebrated -I biliousness i C. Tiller to J. B. Tiller-All in- week Hint: Now is the time to I t. n ,
In the choice of candidates I ue Chamberlain's I This school is organized for the
jug for ,, winter in .1
Clothing >
terest in lots 1 to 5, block 2u6 New put J go
tax case !suit against the F. C. k' !Stomach & Liver Tablets. They i ,
benefit of teacher*, and those in-,
should i shape. This oiler i is for
office da.\-
continue faithful and cleanse the stomach and City, fronting 190 feet on Fourteenth thirty
P. railroad. We elected him, and regulate tending to become teachers and all only. Mention the adv. -.
diligent in defending it against theBipIlUlt..f ,[ the liver and bowel, effecting a street by 1371* feet deep on Fourteenth ''who you saw!
sixteen of
he won the suit, and now I say that' are years age are tiement in THE DAILY NE:\\ -
and avenue$390.J.
its quick permanent cure. For : >
enemies." eligible for entrance. The school
:|I Bill Lamar is the only man who can | sale by all druggists and medicine J. Hooton and wife to Jim Sharp will have departments for whites i otherwise. the regular price will t tcharged. t"

collect the money, therefore I say ',1 dealers. -Lot 4, block 108, East! King tract; 'and colored, conducted, of course, in }

FAMILY SEASON TICKETSAT keep him a? Attorney-General and j being 30 feet on Alcaniz street by 123i ; separate buildings. > --- ---_.'

I send me to congress. We want a PENSACOLA CLASSICAL SCHOOL :i! feet deep-$50. There will be three courses of 134 134 134 134 134
SICARI'S BATH HOUSE j Ignacio Fondebilla to :Manuel Rod- study embracing the usual subject

democrat iu congress who will standby I', I riguez-3;; feet of lot 13, block 32 on which the examinations for I Iteachers' I I \J--Jb__"'- 'C- .<-._. .;'- fj

the people. Fred Myers' pat Third Annual Sehhioii Hewing Sojitpinber water front-$100. certificates are based each -15- .
Frank Slgari will issue Ill J family I' record "shows, that he i is not to be I 13. 1!,O: anti Kmls II H. H. Thorton and wife to Phoenix leading to a more thorough prepara- ': 134 1349udersou's
Mill Co.-Blocks 4 and 78 and part of tion, in the for the ,: Telepto
reason ticket for bath at his splendid tru*ted ; we are going; the keep Bill June I ':, 1003. requirements sev '
blocks 13 and 77 and of Anderson eral
bath hon-e. for a family of one i 'Lamar in the Attorney-General's I i I j I I ; 134
I I The aim of this school is to and Baker streets-$ll fi k { to three at for the season and |!.oflice, and I am the only democrat I vide thorough HIGH SCHOOL pro'j Thos. C. Watson and wife to Joe for the purpose of acquiring better f'C;.- -. ....

for a family of from three up for two iin!: the race: that you can depend COLLEGE PREPARATORY in-I Roberts-Lot 21, block 84, West King methods and thorough knowledge, I 134 134 "'134 134"134

dollar These season tickets will upon. -truction. The school is of especial tract-$."5. but to encourage a higher standard \

entitle the family to bathe whenever interest to three classes: I Miss M. Louise Sullivan to :Mrs. of scholarship. i I
i L Those who having! completed Carrie L. Cafiero-Lot 11, block 38. It is hoped that a large number of':
they wih throughout the season.1'Sjlw. Democratic League;; speakers will the grades of the public school wishto 'I Belmont tract, fronting 33: feet on West Florida teachers will attend,

,i address the voter of Myrtle Grove pursue: their studies further with south side of Strong street by 130: and every effort will be made by the''' EVERY 4

_._ I tomorrow night. out having home. I feet in depth, between Barcelona and faculty to make their attend'anceprofitable >

It Virulent ("am-er I'lireit. 2. Those who wish, with the aid I Reus streets-$200. a-f well as pleasant. i j
I THE POLITICIAN I II of the careful individual attention Jacob Berlin and wife to Mrs. Rebecca Any information: regarding the HOUSEWIFENeeds
t'tartlilli: proof of a wonderful advance I that can be given in smaller classes, ; Friedman-Lots 1 to 4, block :Summer: Normal will be cheerfully

t i I" given by trntr? it G.'11 For (h er Suty Years. i' and a longer session, to advance 37, Belmont tract.-$420'J. given by Kupt. N. B. Cook, Pens I

Robert of 1-l1ubl'th. W. Va. An I :MRS.I\.,LOW'S HooTHiNe SYRCP bat more rapidly than is possible for cola, Fla., or the undersigned. Bottle
them in public school*. Students who attend should take I Ia a
been used for
old man there dad long,tiered with over sixty years by mlillonso
mothers for their children "bfle tt! tbillg. 8. Those who are fitting themselves 1 receipt for their full fares going to |
what good doctor pronoucred in- "oftf itli perlt-cl ,ucct' s. it soothes the child for college NO CONCERT Pensacola, a? effort is being made to i of Turpentine !
a* the
'i curable cancer. They believed his colic and lt gums.allay the best remedy pHincures for Uiarrboea wind In addition to the Usual instruc- have the railroads give a return

,11 case hopele till he used Electric j' It will relieve the poor little sufferer immediately. I tion in English, Mathematics, His- '' ticket for one-fourth fare, as they whether for Cleaning Beds or '
Bold by Druggists every: par I tory. Geography. Latin, f-tc.Jnstruc-j; THURSDAY NIGHT have in the pit.: Clothe, or for Sting of In-. -
t14 Bitter and Bucklen' of the world. Twenty-ave :
applied Arnica cents a bottle. 1 Cuts BruNe .
tion i is offered. or
i He sure you ask f.'r"\f: n.Winslow'g Hootd-: vHliwit 'xtrn tuition, H. P. BAYA I anything
1ti Salve, which trl.'atmentcllmplett'- tag syrup"and take no other kind.i in Greek French German and Span- j !1 Principal, DeFuniak Springs Fla. Everybody knows the value of I' -

JMii ly cured him. When Electric Bitters J ih. The school is conducted at the 1 Spirits of Turpentine:, and in ,," ,
I corner of West Gad-den ; On account of being engaged; to ; to get the genuine article, seeit '
tt' are ned to expel biliou*, kid1' i i FINE STATIONERY. I and Spring MR. MYERS NOT VOTING. ,
and microbe the street, in a building which is to i play for the K. I. K. Fourth of July t i* put up by theBuffalo
hey poionsat : same
I i. be arranged to adapt it especially to
{ j time thi salve exert its! matchle-s C. V. Thompson No. 11 South ; the need of the school. II picnic at Magnolia Bluff, the Pena- House Bill 215, Page 1077, A bill to .

It fig healing power blood disease, skin Palafox street ha* jut opened anew i The number of pupils in attend-I| cola Concert band wil! not give their be entitled, "An act in relation to f?
ance is limited. Hence those
eruption*, ulcer* and sores vani,h de-ir-i i
insurance in "
usual companies this
| concert and dance Thursday state.
} Bitter 50vSalve I1, supply of Linen and Bond ing admittance should communicate i I
:: 2Ttt at W. A. D'Al-
as early as possible with the Principal i (The bill became a law and makes
i night, bat ask all their
;, Paper, white, blue patrons to
emberte',121 South Palafox.PROFESSIONAL : and gray, with
I insurance companies, when judgmentis
I : I Envelopes to match, Oxford "sizes, ", ; For further information, term*and attend the K. I. 1\. picnic-- --Friday. i, against them, pay the attorney'sfees
jF catalogue address
CHIROPODISTs I also ForeL'U Mail Tablets with Envelopes i H. CLAY ARMSTRONG, |j I Cleaning ladies skirts and waist* of other side.) Mr. Myers did

to 'match. Ink, Pencil Principal, orPERt'IuH.WlIALEY I'' is one of CT specialties. Star Laun : not vote. 28june1w
s St. Clair Thomas will removecorns I JR. dry. -.-.-- .
I II I -
< bunions< and ingrowing nail I, Penholder, Bankbooks', Files, etc.. __ Assistant. I I IIEAT & MALT has a marvelous

without pain or blood. Will call at t etc., always on hand. You never heard of
T Filthy Temple in India any one using :dietetic value.: While refreshing
residence if required. No. 521 I i Foley V Honey and Tar and
your Phone 2J4.Tonight: 'I not being Co.
South Palafox street lOjlui -- Sacred cows often defile Indian' satisfied. W. A. D'Alemberte, i i and pleasant to take, it helps assimi- i Mfg
___ _
:t 1I I 1-- temples, but Wore yet i is a body 121 S. Palafox street. lation of food. Sold
that's poluted by constipation. by f who Guarantee it Absolutely Puj
Don't permit it. Cleanse
THE GARFIELD ICE CO'S. I tern with Dr. King's New Life'Pills1';! Balnami from the Norther Wood j j I Only 10 Cents a Bottle.
Just before I and avoid, untold misery. lie in Pjur-Eal-'aui._tlenetsncursforCxgba. : .
retiring, if your liver Is They | -- I
uegsh; ,out of tune ani you feel dull :i give lively livers, active bowel; weather makes the -- _. _-
Do VvU want a magnificent watch bilious, constipated take a dose ofHood's good digestion fine appetite.: Only The Stratton Ice Works grass grow. You can I
All kinds and
for little money? If so, call: on 125 cents at W. A. D'Alembertes' has large luscious melons I of

Stephen, the: jeweler. He will accommodate Pills ::,. drug store 121 S. Palafox ice-cold. keen cutting Lawn Jfowers f rocking chairs at .M arston'I

you. I I And you'll be all rigbt in the morning. I Ir I Try the SEWfI Want Column. IIT' |.! now by telephone.Place your order I and Willis Grass Hardware Shears Co's.from the ,''I low.7 $ Quina's.. Prices are very r'


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200. OGO3.

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

Smoke La Normal!
s. J. fOSHEE,Vice.President; M. E. CLARK Ass't Cashier.



FORJC: 8T-Jo'alr tonight and Tuesday -

PENSACOLA, FLA. ; light variable winds $ Cost Five Cents t&

Temperature in last 24 Hours:

Maximum ..__ ___._ Mdgre
Has the LARGEST CAPITAL STOCK of any bank in the State. Minimum-_____?h_..._... II degrees ALL HAVANA !

Prompt, courteous and careful attention given to all business en- Temperature Elsewhere lax. : Min

Atlanta__. .____. ter 'l4 EQUAL TO ANY JO-CENT CIGAR !
its Bismarck... .____.......62 5:!
trusted to care. Chicago._._..__......... fK 54
Cincinnati___._.__. Sds
Gaireitoo_ __ ..__ III- :
4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON Huron._..__.'.__..__f,6 52

Kansas City_'''_ _..........711 ill
Key West...__. _.... on.. on.. too N'
Memphis.___' ..-. ........ Nj 'b
76 -- -
B. H. FAIRCHILD, NEGRO KILLEDON Montgomery?.___....... ...._... \06 74 -
SUDDEN DEATH OF New Orleans_..._.._. ..._ 112 74
TIIP80LBTER3lR New YorkSavannah__._._ .. ._..._..ftl 51)
__ ._... ..,114 76
38 EAST ROMANA STREET. EXCURSIONYesterday DANIEL ROWANDaniel Bt. Louis -.--.. ... ,..-. 72 tit! I LEWIS BEAR & CO., Agts.

[f Cwet Work and Refinishing Furniture aSpecialt

\, ,. ---- ----- - -- ...
B. Rowan, a well-known
an excursion was run MARITIME. SHSHSHSHSHSHSHSHSH S3Seven
1-* Phono 401;. citizen who has for a number of
t- from Selma: to Mobile. While the
I years been an employe of McKenzie
R. K. WHITE \ train was in route, a quarrel ensued EX FORTH. N D
Oerting & Co. as solicitor for their For June to date._.. _.._ lsSiiG: t.
between with a result that
Watchmaker, Manufacturing Jeweler negroes extensive ship chandlery business, .
one was shot by another, and beforea ARRIVED AT QUARANTINE.Rns
and Graduate Optician, iII j iI died suddenly his home, 308 East ship Endymlon, I:"!. Fellerun, East
I doctor could be summoned the London to liners, Dunwndy Co
Estk PsUfoi St., rfDurola,Fla I Government street, at o'clock yes .
man had died.Conductor .
I IYV terday afternoon, aged M years. ARRIVED.
Amsch Hjalmar Axelaen. Key Went to
Webb of this city was
r- Y i I Mr. Rowan was down town yesterday master sasassps25aEas ca as25 7

in charge of the train. He arrived' BrscbMKbelDarllng.lll, Albany, Dun- -........,. .,.
morning and complained of feel- morvio n to Simpson & CoCLEARED.

: EWS NOTES '{{ i I yesterday_n afternoon._ __ ing badly, but no one thought his .

illness serious. He died of heart ir: -\cantbusI\lid.. Allan. by I'eiuacoia
A Lumber Co fur London, with l,7i>vwi g It.
trouble. saw n timber viuuu s ft lumber,value U\I.ll'll BIG Value
"- --
\ >' The funeral will take place from
;The monthly meeting of the Pen- ,! NOTICE TO MIRISLR4.
i5t. Joseph's church at 5 o'clock this i
lieola Library A"ocatiou will bebon Commander J H Bull inspector of theMevt'ntb
i Lltitithoust district, lifts issued the
Tuesday JulI, at 6:111: i i I afternoon.I i following otllciRl notice:
: Pensacola Bay and Kntrance-Navy Yard
p,4bti ;' The Aragonia: a German steam: \Pate a Great Secret.It i i Outtr Bank Buoy No d, a secood-cla-s can, e&$ SPECIALS $
I I I was established June ;23, l'!.!, en the
klre will be a meeting of the' ship which was, docked :Saturday is ften; a=ked how such startlingcure I following bearings,viz:
iH-er Point Reason Light E. bv N. ,
Endowment IUuk, Knights of Py- | of the of I *, that puzzle the best 1 '
i ithliaat7o'clock afternoon, is one largest physicians Fensacola LUUt-House. W. N W ? W. I
eveuin 1 End of Weslcoal) wharf, navy ;'ald, .MONDAY TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY.
tomorrow effected Dr. New Dis-
I steamers to enter this, port for miscellaneous are by King's W. ... ...
AU members are attend. covery for Consumption. Here's the This buoy is placed at the southeasterly
JP- 'I cargo lately, and is also point of the rive-fathom curve oil Pensacolanavy
secret. It cuts out the phlegm and yard and marks the channel to anchorage -
of the i
A special called meeting one of the most modernly furnished.The ground for deep draught! vessels. Offering these SI:\.IX BIG VALUILS we Limit the Time to Three
infected and lets
germ mucus thelifegiwin IX
Pensacola Yacht Club will be held I, Da)' Not an Article will be sold at these prices after Wednesday. If
vessel i* of 3432: tons burden
enrich and vitalize -
tonight at the uual place and hour j, oxygen : NOTICE TO MARINERS.Regulations you are an attendant at our usual sales you recognize the values here
of and will load for Genoa. She had the blood. It heals the iutlamed, : of the Marine Hospital Seri I
forth : important :i vice! require Inspection of vessels from quoted. If not, you will do yourself an injustice by staying away Mon-
boilnesa. lately been engaged in the Mediterranean cough-worn throat and lungs. Hard foreign ports via domestic ports north of I I day. Remember, not an article after Wednesday at these prices
'. colds and stubborn coughs soon (Southern Maryland but via such ports at
emigrant service and filled 1, Whip Island, where full pratique is given I
three months-uld child of Mr.
The -
| yield to Dr. King's New Discovery, for a southern port, insptciiou is not prerequisite
and Mrs. C. J. Pyritz died at their with emigrants! to this country when 1 the mot infallible remedy for all I to entrance, -I, SPECIAL NO. I. SPECIAL NO. 4.

home, 313 East Roinana street, at she reached New York, from which I Throat and Lung disease Guaranteed I SlITlCl.
12300'clockyesterday. The funeral I. battles 50 c and $1.00 Trial 2,500 Yards Beautiful 50 Pieces Equity STANDARD
1 Tbe Marine Hospital Service has issued
1'eusacola. Hhe is I
j she came to :
'I port I New Lawns in conceivable
took place at 9:30 this morning.Haling bottles free at \V. A. D'Alemberte's, |, the following: every GINGHAMS, brown and green
J&" i'fitted with twin propellers and was 121 South Palafox street. I "Coasting eI8 which are known and : style and color, sold everywhereat
which are in regular trade with Florida
been to play: all i checks, for aprons, elsewhere H4c,
engaged i docked in the slip at the railroad from domestic port* of the United States, lOc.
at Fourth of VITAL may enter without detention or inspectionwith I
day the K. I. K. July STATISTICS.
plcDlo'a' Magnolia mutt Friday, the j I. terminals with eae.I any the character understanding whatsoever that shall if sickness develop of Special 5c yard. Special yard.

I -- Records of Births and Deaths Duringthe during the voyage to Florida ports shall
Peosaoobk Concert Band will not report to the quarantine officers for Inspection --
give ttijM* usual concert and dance' KNIGHTS Past Week. and disposition."
NO. 5.
ThurtlMfr night, bat ask all tneir I i Lodge, No. 3, K. of P.- The following is the record of AT QUARANTINE.Ger I

patroM. to attend the K. I._K._ picnic. I Regular meeting Monday night, girths anJ deaths during the past ss Arnk'onia.So.M, Korst, New York to ONE SOLID CASE Sea I-- 32: Pieces of the He
J '-: 0' June 30, at 8 o'clock.Iembers are : week, filEd in the office of the city GUlf TranMi i"o I land Percales, 10, r2lz and IGc val- desirable fancies in lath
Kr ss Inch moor, "lU, Bass, Santo, to
If yon eel too tired for work or i specially requested to be present, I I
clerk: Baars Co
: all
ues, new goods, iloral design, Merceru
%* 33 election of otticers for the ensuingsix I .
Ur bk Saerimner 'Ijoo"allCltpe Town
pleasure, take Hood's Sarsapurilla I I White- Ben Robuskey, 19 years, I
> months will take place and oth- via Barbados to orderIt selling everywhere at 2jSpecia115c
t.cures that tired feeling. important business. Members of j! Uphold fever; William Bauer, 31 bk Bros\irglniaasm I,\"a .alo.:\Ialaga to ItosAeco I Special 8 l-3c yard.

sifter lodges and visiting brethren : years, tubeiculohis.Creole ;, I i
Nor bk Neujo sd+. Neaussen, Cape Town h
cordially invited. -Eil. C. Johnson, 28 years, 'I
via til: Thomas to order

H Ec RY HOK;LKK, K. fi. 6. Colored-ChiM) of Lee Bedsole, THE SHIPPING. I SPECIAL NO. 6.
i I'
I --- ---- -- ''spasms I ; The'( a Ellen Robinson, 2 ONE SOLID CASE "Organdie

NEW ORLEANS | Too llcunlar."For 'i: months blood poison; child of Henry Francaise'1 Lawn, a Beautiful Sheer of Dozen Celebrated "Stretchy
I tin year saitl the new part Uiibsun.'srll, lIorn.I Figured Goods 32 inches wide and
I ; ; Seam" Drawers for Men, the world
--- I taker : it IHlaJ'\lin h"I1 ". "1II J* habits I Births. I Br Acanthus, IsTri, Allan, tolPensacola: i worth 15c yard, over oOc, here they are
[, wre as regular as cl<><-k\\' rk. I roartill Wh.te. To fito. W. Howe and wife, I Lumber Co
A big excursion i is due this after- tlu- stroke f Ii.; Halt hour Liter Br I'.atten: Hall, 1174, Weppener, to Haars,
an a girl; to F. Pope Reese and wife, a i t Dunwody do Special lOc yard. 35c or 3 Pairs for $1.00.
: oon from New Orleans, but it is I tooa.t down to Lreakf-ist. .\t 7 I wasat :boy; to :M. L. Wilkinson and wife, a Br Edale,2ti"i,bliaddock, to Gulf Transit

w"iU. Uin.-il at 1:, ate supper at <5 I girl; to Aubrey :Maura and wife, a girl. Co
ostly made of negroes for Ur KarUwood, lisii. Brown to W S Key-
up ami was in tt-U at !IU.:: I ate only Creole-To: Brown and wife, a !ot'r.t I'o NO. 7-EXTRAORDINARY
w' ii.e entertainment a ball I is sclietd healthy fund and hadn't a t.kk day in '!girl; to George Nicholas and wife, a Br Heleyside, H'T, McKie, to K n Howe SPECIAL-NO..

for tonight; an open air con- all that time." I gin I. wifea |I, Co Br Inverness, ; Proud to !Sjuther- 48 1'lirsIen's Satin Calf, Plain Toe One Piece Upper, Double Extension -
Colored To Prince Albert and '
tunis Co
"I> -ar me: asked the deacon in sympathetic i : land.
f"r tomorrow, and a picnic and ton8. ".\ntl what w ere you in boy; to T. J. Harrison! and wife a Transit PRO CoBrlLesreaulx Leonora, 17'Vj; bustinza to Gulf Sewed and Screwed Hole Shoes, guaranteed Solid Leather-

lull game Wednesday. The for?" ; boy; to Horace G. Carter and wife, a : H.J7: Kerry, toHoutherland Specially Made Mechanics and Baymen-worth $2.00 of any Man'smoney
boy; to Ruby Barnes, a boy. : In"I Co ,
.\ iiuduy game will be between An awful silence t'n'ulod.-Kan r.r Mlddleham Castle, IWi, Lloyd, to Fen-
lnd endfiit. sscola Lumber Co ,
City < >
I rmka colored league club of 'i I THE CHARM OF I! Oer IcotlaII., Hant'r SHM- toGulf Transit Co I Special, $1.50 $ See Show Window
\ w Orleans and the Utopias of : Br King. County, y"'l, order __
Large, luscious, juicy, THE SUMMER SEA KuaUcean, U-'I, Mat tssen to b H 1.10 |

-.irola. ice-cold melons at Stratton BARKS I II I wT jT& 7"FORBES!

;'..i-recedmu the train's ar- The traveler making his first trip It Anna I arll!.41:1.TI n to. to order B.
Ice Works.Plioneforone.Ball Nor; Alexander Lawrence,11:K, \'>rhen. I .
I:" .& big crowd is coming -- I jup the Atlantic Coast ou one of the 'to W H Ke>serftCo i iKus
of the Savannah Albion.>. Snail, to 8 K LCo , the return train Bearing, keen cutting i palatial steamers : :, It Bersigliere 11111. Pt l'ko, to IIl1ars. Dun- '
i Line wonders why he never tried it moody ft Co
Lawn Mowers at the It Klmtone.7:<7.Capuro to order I
w il I leers- rtfac< l4 Wednesdayianlen ,
> before. During July and August;;; old ,, Dan Norma, ;jill, Albertaen, to Bases If You Buy Them at the Boston Shoe Store They are Good I
I I Willis Hardware Co's.Il" Uunwody Co I
t The combination
I I ocean i is at its best. Kus Kbl''',tm-*. NyroostoorderNor '
: of smooth sea, blue! sky and Hunbeain.. S.i4. Andersen, to orderIt 11
Furniture, goPRYOH'ri. Thomas, .>,), Lauro, to orderHARKfNTlSE. >
( hove the JJillis
it ; li YOU \w\' t 1 balmy breezes i is indescribably delightful :.

II irilu'ure Co's. I i to while the tonic of the salt Br koda, sky, Lee,to orderSt'il00NERS.. Boston Shoe Store

air send* to the dining saloon ,"
'J | sea you ir Ueorglana !, Hootr, to order

'. .. .. .. .. '" l with that keen appetite which AALJohnFrauclr,2'5.t.ordaon, to order

I, the chefs of the Sivannah: Line 'i UI'.CLliA1UD: !: AND HAILED VOB FE38ACOLA MO N D7W.

know &o well how to cater to. w tiLadies'

A FRESH SHIPMENT I OF Practically luxury and convenience BTIAM8HIFB.:
i and comfort of the trans- Beatrice. Br. il::', Kdward. Henarth Mays : Kid Colonials, Turn Hole Military Heel Gold Buckle.. .. ....?1.75
Helsingbori, bwed, llJn, Wchreill, Hotter- :
l : atlantic gray-hounds are to be foundon dam May Irt Ladies' Patent Leather Vamp Colonials, Heavy !Hole MilitaryJleel,

the superb steamer of the Savannah ,I 1 Llan niero.auuor, Hr, ?:Olll, Crouton, at Rio Ja- Up-to-Date Walking Shoe. .. .. ... .. .. . .. ..... .... ...... ...j2 ill!)

.SMITHFIELD HA.MS :: = : Line, which sail thrtetime'' Lllnlbanl. Br, lr, bid:357Jenkln.llarwicfc at'ePrtugslete Hamburg

( .. a week from Savannah for New: I Mar See Our Bargain Counter.
r.r, lil1, Halls. Hd shields' June*
.. York Boston and the" East. It i- .' t
-- -- -- - -- Twickenbaru Hr, hid Santos June I
_ _
'- u uu
,," := = ; not to be wondered at that this Line RAPKS u
A "-"'} AntonoCrc,7usld: fauna May 15: i
is !oo popular with tourists and travelers Rico, It bid TRill!! llav May ffi i I
Hugo. Nor.vie. at Table Hay :March 7
? .IUST RECEIVED. k ; who appreciate the relief from Olive Mount, It,sld Leitb Jan VI I II BOSTON SHOE STORE
the heat and dust and many discomforts -I I'
The Boundary I.far.i .

5. FRESH FLORIDA SYRUP = I t suiKiner.of a- rail- -journey--- during the I i i' A well was known rwi-ntly jtide nuilmUdcry on a Virginia'circuit NATHAN <;. l'OHl'IIIDIJ: I:, I'roprit-lor.. iJ

: HERE MYERS VOTES NO. forcibly one of of his his approaching rural acquaiutatK-es.; baldnessby Leaders of Low Prices. 117 South Palaf a
IN GALLON JUGS, 75cts PER GALLON. = "Ji-dsje drawled the farmer "It won't '

House Bill 95, Page 1171. A bill be wry lung 'f,,' you'll trey to tie a --- '

-- to be entitled, "An act relative to the string: around jcr head to tell how for THK SANTA KOS\ I I I VIRGINIA COLL. u... .
111: II \xu":
'receipt, shipment and delivery of up to wash ycr face."-Harir's laa- 3UKK BATHING KSTAUMSHMK.NT:" I; For YOl'%G LAUlt; Uoanokr, Vas
zine. I opens! H"pt. IH. tier One of tbe f
M. F. Gonzalez & Co's Corn Meal kk freight by railroad companies and Bathing in the warm ?ulf waters is hcbools<< for \O"IJK Ladies< in tbe leading Miuib

other common carriers, and to compel I will repair your watches and conceeded to be the finest in the |1, Campus New building ten arrm. Pleases Grand| < mountain and< equipment.scenes -

IX'l.r: 'lnl.\: U I[ railroad companies to transport and jewelry in first-class style. J. I world. Everything for pleasure with I ry in Valley of Vn.. famed for bf'altli. Kni 1
return cars received from connectinglines Stephens. 't safety. Good board and lodging, by i ropt-an and Auiercan tt-achfis. foil course.
I'on&t'\'atorv adraotaK!9 in Art. Music! and
of railroads, to construct sidings the day or week. Luncheon prompt Elocution: -tiid"Dts from thirty States.
and connections with each other's Iy served at all hours, day or night. lorcataloiuoaddreki
: SOL CAHN & co.] lines." Mr. Myers voted NO. 23june1w Fishing tackle of all kinds CHARLES H. BPRTOX, I I Jot A IT!t; P. H A Rich"=. President',

and good crab nets at the' 2m-tf Manager. I Roanoke \ a.,

Marston $ Quina carry Willis Hardware Co's. ; : Everybody has a right little

-- Elegant china closets i I i piece of this earth. But they
the largest line ofmattind.ruts must
shades etc. Thos. C. Watson & Co., sideboards and leather- fight for it. They must watch their
window the leading Real Estate Agents, take chance to get it, and get it.

r. Corner Palafox and Intendencia Streets. k in the city We lay our ill the worry off the shoulders of the seat chairs at Marston gQuina's. ., Thos. C. Watson & Co.

owners of property, manage the Low prices have some particularly fine
free.ICECOLD ; bargain
Telephone I iS. ." ." Pensacola Fla, matting renting of their Chouses and the col- .!.to offer just! now, and they invite -
I lection of their rents as conscien- payments.I von to come and investigate
tiously would themselves. Yon
as they will never regret
,, ICE CO'e? Their charges are very reasonable. I I I II I i Try THE NEWS Want Column. I 110. having done


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RUN ON BUFFALO BANK. GLORY OF A GOOD NAME I' ILesde! ,the Kerchief number B and artistic c MISS SARAH FINLEY !

False Rumor Spread Alarm Amorg rhatelalne! lags of tinted kid ,

Depositors -Officers' Statement mounted in gold or silver, of darker, VIce.Presldent of the Palmetto Club Memphis Tenn.M1' .

Buffalo N. Y.. June :2!?.-As the TP. ': very tine leathers richlydyed and variousty -

null of a quirt run on the Empire State ,! A Prominent Chicago Woman Writing decorated, of fish scale paillettesor !: INK OF CARDUI following praise on Wine ,

Saving hank >"esterclay. the officersof of l'OP.s velvet with jeweled clasps; I is a thoroughly of Cardui:

the Institution have decided to requite I to Mrs. Pinkhain Says : that ate sold by }importers of fancy scientific and mod

thirty the needs of the modern medicines placed before suffering .
positors'Ishlnit to withdraw. 'Honor to Whom Honor is Due and You Deserve Both elegant! little aunionieres and mouchoir ing
In a public statement the officersfay woman in the modem way women for their relief
colored biiedei
fornu-d of haft fawn
they are satisfied that through? i i the Thanks and Honor of the Mothers of America i kid dotted with gold or cut steel beads -without operation. the Wine torture of Cardui of an none Vice can of touch McEIree'i

the circulation of a false rumor per. ] Cirdui. It towers
and either round or oblong; in shag. has cured them in the pri- rlder
taJnlng to the solvency of the bank Whom You Have So Blessedly Benefited i above them all u a reliable
Copying these little! trifles, the designers Tacy of their homes and it
r certain of its depositors! have become female remedy It limply
t' and makers of elegant;: dresses are has found a place in the Will Sara ftnky. i
a'armH, and Indications are that therewill After years of struggle to attain public (confidence with a firm and steadfast heart of American women drive. pain and disease away "
i addle to their creations d.liuty..liltlt
i \ tIP a disposition on the part of belief that some day others will recognize in u- the truth pood faith and :; I that no other medicine has found. In : ana restores excite m an incredibly short

many to make large withdrawals from ;I honesty of purpose that the know we POSM:,-*. what a genuine satisfaction, it is i scented tuouchoir! bagwhich they add their gratitude over 10,000 American I period. I have taken great interest la this

iT the bank They feel in justice to all : to have succeeded and to feel the uplifting influence of the merited confidence +! to gowns fashioned with a round waM. have written letters commending medicine for the two
women past since
yean it
t It would !>" unfair to permit these I j of the vat army of our fellow beings. These are made variously of noh t.t.1 Wine of Cardui. Wine of Cardui health and
I This is the standing of Mrs. Pinkham the women of America today brought strength to me. I
withdrawals and therefore decided among de >i t.,
to > brocade spangled net peau K their want other medicine
and Mrs. IJrown's letter which meets as no have also recommended it
i we hare the great privilege to herewithpublish to a number
; require! thirty! da)'!! notice under rulesof embroidered kid appllquu ornaments does. It sustains the girl at the
I with her portrait is only another visible evidence of this truth and young of my friends and they who have used it
the bank. The bank they declare, | that of all the medicines for womens' ills in the world Lydia K. Pilikham'sVegetable j and velvet ribbon tr lum lu!!!. and theyI shock of her entrance to womanhood. of

1 i is lIol\'f.rt. and there Is no cause for ',, Compound stands today pre-eminently at the head. I are either susjH-ndwI by a slender gold Women who take Wine of Cardui have speak it in the highest terms"and I feel
that it is well bestowed.
9' alarm. chain or they ban_ from the belt! by little discomfort during pregnancy and

ui; : : i lengths of the intertwined ribU.ii. To little pain at childbirth. When the If you are suffering from femala
Weekly Bark: StatementNew i 1 blip into these pretty jiourhes are set I'i change of life appears they enter a weakness Wine cf Car Jui u the iLeo

York June 2*.-The weekly forth :iiu .n;: dainties of the toilet hippy,healthy oil age. E\'t'rymonth it cine you need.
bank fctatcRK-nt of the associated bant llv thl'I I comes to the rescue to assist Nature in You can have health the earn as
j Uio>t X'IUj.itd'I'vugLt <
i phn1l'ioan;; h fl3.871.0oo: tutees .\, chiefs of eu-ry beautiful devise that throwing the impurities from the body. Miss Cardui Finley treatment.if you will If take theV r.eed :. 3cf .

'U:,<;>; ", deposits $' ::,5529.0ll0.1:1. : : has -v*'r jet b't-u manufactured. Thee : Miss Sarah Finley, of Memphis, vice further than the complete you dir a ,-

crease $4.i7.V.'."": circulation 131.430.- /. ... .. : range in price from eat cents to $35; Tenn., vice-president of the Palmetto tions given on the bottle, address. )

0"" inrnasc tl'Ot'i; Icual tenders each and TiHie Irom lace cded:: linen Club of that city, speaks for herself and Ladies Advisory Department, Chattanooga -

. \ |V"1.2': '"'. increase $1.697..ri"0' ; specieJlT i"f.\\ } tiiibroidereil batiste, bilk and sheer\ linen many friends when she bestows the I :: lied Co., Chattanooga, Term.: .

J!.:. ;;:i"i. Imrt-a-e $311/i'i't\ : reserve \: ,' lawn to diU'Uvss:; ftlfn't'iii! >o .'

I i Jl"'i3,". ?;/0'' tnerease $:."r39.3n0; re. mI mII 7 _...,..... \ ,\ and renaissance lace uiouchoirs fur full A million suffering w :Il;:1
WINE of CARDVI Lave found
Ferve required: '::3 .:J7.1): : ; increase wr, dress U"'l"' ': j Wine of Car.1i rvh-f m
I'.213.! "'iA. Mirplus $12.578.330! ;' ::;; In- .' d 1 I .

crease ;!.I011.. .t ...-.. ;..... y Whooping Cough. .. --- -_-_- -
'1 r P My little Eon had an attack of

Examining Surgeons Named. ... who )piu;! cough: and wan" threatened ,
I ) but for Cham.berl.tiu' STORE.
Oini'S!!! ('.. Juno :23.! -Upon tlM .. ,. 1' A pneumonia ;

f : r.', oi t'i nrnmisslonrr of pea '"'"".. _, I have a ::serious Cough time Remedy of it.we It would also 0::: ::: ::: ::: ::: =::: ::: ::: ::: ::: ::: -::: ::: --(,

:> da <;,iit| ;mi Juhn n.! Cap -rs has r c.I yi / I saved him from several attack of
: I'I omrr..nOj! J (tlip lolloping! board of ex- t Crol1p.-H. J. STKICKKADEX, editor WILL MOVER

I i I 8nllnjn -Im'ons for the United States \II'fJl"tT-ll\ ruIi Fair Haven. Wa*h.

; p-ns'un: huj! !> au for ho cities of Columbia For sale by all druggists and medicine
Keeps a Complete First-Class
t : dealers. Up-to-Date Stockof
JIM! (Jwnville.! CJreenvilleboard ...,. ,

I In 0: T. Swandale. Dr. G. IIHottum \ ,0.. Railroad Construction in Texas. Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries.No .

OrV T. Smith, nero; Co- Austin. Tex.. June 28.-Engineer j
':':'' .. i 30 W. Covernment St. }
Salisbury Block.
'I lumbift board I>r. L. B. Owens. Dr. K. ,i :.:.:/'. -- Thomson, of the railroad! commiagloa : ,
: 0.---:1.
F Darby lr C C. Johnson negro Dr.Fwan'iale .. 'h .:,''.:-:-'-.."'.7 -. has almost completed a statement 01! TELEPHONE 3_':'.

: and Ilr. Owens are the D@m.ocralit' I f( z.h --;. .. railroad: mileage constructed In Texas .

members of the respectiveboardH < ..... '. : ./ ( ""; ;i: for the first six months of this
I """ ..._ % 1i ICE AND WOOD.
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'1" year. The total will exceed COO miles ,i
....'-tti This breaks a record for Texas railroad i i
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f 1 Tablet to Hampton Unveiled. I --.:: 4 hn.ljing. WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH L.' ROER TRADE

Ii' AnderMm P. C.. June 28.-Tha tab I I ,-........ --.:;:... _*...:::::- II

. let to the of General Wade 1\1.\ I THIS HUMMER THAX EVER fEFCRE
to memory I MRS. Y BROWX, Legislature Defeats Boxing Bill
Hampton *><'i-ntly erected in the 1 : Orleans June 28. I
r court Chairman ew -The bill at. ]
Program Committee, Westside Ijteniry Union, Chicagn, HL SEND US YOUR ORDERS NC1nl4
s Louse hy, the ladies! of the Dixie chap lowing boxing contests of 25 rounds lr :!
!)EAR IRa PIXKHA.M: -*Honor to whom honor is due and
I t"r. niRhters of the Confederacy, you i New Orleans which had passed tie (
deserve both the thanks an,l honor of the mothers of America whom i Thompson Olsen & Co.
hal lies'n mm-ilfd Appropriate aI.drt'.s I lower house of tlie state legislature : ,
you have so blessedly helped and t nd ttd. I have ti.sed Lydia K.IMiiKhain's ,
were mad by Captain H. IfWalhibs. has been defeated In the senate by a
Vegetable ('IIIIII"IUlUlht'n would feel run-down
.. Major 15. F. Whltner! and Dr have of the aches and or large \ote. Manresa Street, Tele f hone 147.
any patina \vliich but few women escape, and I .
It. F llin"r Tin- tablet is
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a't'ry I have found that it relieved me at once :and grave me new strength. Several Interesting to Asthma Sufferers. I II -- --

Iian ('nu- cue, and has a tery con ladieslnam lers of our Literary Unii-n, srn'ak in highest praise of Daniel Bante of OttervilK Iowa I ESTABLISHED 1863.
spit iiou! plaie! In the maIn corridor cf '
your Vegetable Compound, as they have been cured from serious female writes: "I have had asthma for ---

tile roiiithoue I troubles. One lady, who thnught she mu>t submit to an operation was three or four years and have tried McKENZIE OERTING & CO.

J I cured without>mg anything in the world but Lydia I;. Pinkliam's about all the cough and a-thlUa .

0 Two Negro Boys Drowned. Vegetable! Coiniiouiul and SanatUo Wft>h. You have hosts of cures in the market and have received o -DIALIB8: IN- 0

I Jl aufort. S. C. June 28.Coront'tJt f rien'ds in Chicagllll1fl if you cam to visit our city we would delight to treatment from physician:

i It Sam has heM an inquest nth r1 : d.) you honor. Gratefully vours,-)!r:). MAY l>uowx, 07 Grant Place, in Xew York and other citi.*. Ship Chandlery and General Hardware
but little benefit un-
got very |
!:(' bodies nf two negro boys whoM Chicago, III""How til I tried Folev's Honey and I ,

\ r. drowned while attempting t3STVJIII Mrs. Pinkham Helped Mrs. McKinny." '. Tar which gave me immediate 80S AND 605 8. PALAPOX 8TKEET.

.n rns-s a deep creek near Oa'i DEAn MK II.NKHAM : -I feel it my duty to write and let you know then relief and I will never be ': - - AGENOV ,
:Mu.ian with bass of oysters oj I, good you and your Vegetable Compound are doing. I had been sick ever since without it in my house. I sincerely REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN. ROEBLING'S RONS: !

j tl! .r -hlI.r! A verdict of acdTital my first baby wa- born, and at the birth of my second my doctor as well aa recommend it to all." W. A. D'AI- GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RU8SEL 4 SON'S PUMPS.CO.'S
,' 011'0\ lIitlt was rendered by tha I myself thought I should never live through it. After that mtnstrua- embeite, 121 l H.) Palafox.Seasonable '

furTh,. boys :, tion never came regular and when it came I suffered terribly. I also had Cum Ccrdifi Piliti. Oils, Imticil iostronsBts, Ctrl hclirj Khln!
were aged 11 and 12, ,
womb and ovarian trouble. A friend of my husband's advised him to get householdand
: ti'\ lt ; Lydia I:. I'inkham's Vegetable; Compound for me. At first I had no COMPASSES, LOGS ETU.

_t I II faith in it, but now nothing could induce me-to be without it. Menstruation kitchen utensils at the C. McKenzie Oerting; Collecting Agent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent Aaao

I Tobacco Crop a Large One. has become regular and I feel like a new woman. Your medicine is a Godsend Willis Hardware Co.'s. ciation.

Ha 'll:h. Jurc :11(<.-The tobacco: crop to suffering women I hope this letter will lead others to try Lydia; .- : \I -
1 I: I'inkliamS Vegetable Compound. Yours truly, MBS. iliiDUtoMcKiSM -- -- (
In the state will he handsome
om\ 2-; Pearl M.. t an Francisco, Cal. March 16, 1\IU1). The man who owns his own home : The Star
The w atl"'r this week is particularly: of' Laundry
: insures himself again-t lots
If here is anything in jour ea<.> about which you would
bl'nf'\lal.! There is an incredso in trouble and rubQdClI1 ,
like special advice, \\rite frteljto .:Ir*. Pinkham. Address is worry.
a< Tea" Pry weather has; made tee raie his rent, and the rent day ha :
1.1111Ia. .. Her advice i< free.
-op < o-rrubly; smaller than :.t no terrors for him It'seay to owna Biggest Busiest Best I
I home now-a-days. Thos. C. ,
null liaw brim with 1'1 feet conditions IttWARH.- ha etll'pOfllted"'lth National City Bank! Lynn.5000.
$5000 Rhichwdlbepaul tu rupersanahacan had that the above te.nmutuellatter. WatSOn & Co. can tell you how '-- -
I are out g8D1111.e, or were rl1bhsh before obtaan1l11tbe writer's special lIer.IDISI'IOO. easy u is. Call and see them.LUEDktr.
--- Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn Ilan. '

This Will Interest Man. An Evening; Call on t

$ 'In quickly introduce I H. 11. H.Botanic LAW DEPARTMENT [ 54 Your Swell Friends

ll"od Balm the faint u< 4 i

Niutbern: blood! cure into new: I S. .. r you will: find will be warmly received i
lea-Iii ">, we will -eii.J, abtolutely free if you are well and neatr.

lO.MO trial tr.ltlll"/lt.: I'.vtiiuc John, B. Stetson University Pelillacoia Lodge, No. S. K. of P* I li dressed and your linen i Uirreproac'::

llnod! I'.ihn > I IS. It. IL! quickly cures meets every Monday CTRL ,1 '
; able A
t ul.IIlIt'"rc'r..fula l l itchu :3Do: Lnnci r1c ride. ing at *:"; a: castle flit woman of reflnemer.'
eczema g J. '
in the J'.Iount -- Waho Sti31R'ay5r'aU7ea
* ken and bl.d humor, cancf-r, eat- .)()II.\ 1'.I'OHBfPh.. B.. l'r""IPlifI.BEHT .I, ..'FAiit\ll LIj R.. lleanl'aIl'I'ernl r. t huldng. third door a man's well bred a n
.. Visiting brethren cordial! stinct by the condition of his line
f -
injr ti-rin--ores, btiiU.cirbiu.clK.
'j! (MiimeiiceH '" Ardiie..daOetulifr 1 I1x1.. j welcomed. s __ :- and he
"tf"u..i\'r goes into her
j'imple-iol eruption" painlii : M.CAMPBELL .- presence al
,J bone< Nrj'j ,int>, rheiiiiMti- Catarrh TWo KAKV;' I Ol'lUK-Tlii-. .*' hrprrtmeatofJuh:. I C.! tt-t-on fitlVfrklljr gives: /c. : H, HORSLER. u + mored with
beauty when his
"' .
Rtwn-rrnr'tour" I IfiuliiKto i'! .-nfLl.. B K. R. & Is.Laurels.
e !!. or.IMV blood"i" trouble. D K'KKK: .\I' II is li Till: VU-Tbf d.i>:oai .a ]( *tauic Itl.xxl: h alm' I It. P.. I.I)> beaU{ : t.n \'ol't'ru,11111(0. to tur K.4t. a\
, .. .6 everyort- or piutjilrt. in iketlie Jo I' ItrH E It I l\Ki >KM.\rt IISt: If t!," Law Anno,.:.ccmt-ut of !'''!-'(.and all other do- at the 'tar" Laundry.
MreJ uifuniuitiou rdine tin! Li l _
rfK : I.put >'nt.ti M'rALUKIir "
Mood and rich and allich4
I'llir -tup- J. FAKKAH. Dean <.f Law: Depmmeut.
: and : Hot.mjc Blood

.1 Irtriy Halm' K. -it pun-in tliorixi.and:lily private tested ;j . H H BHM MB H BMH. B De H Lund.BB.B B.Fla. A ain tIoa !, ALL WORK C. O. D. Goods CUM for and DM Fm

practice, add haiiirnl ttiouiindsofcae1 etthe Gold J TELEPHONE J 14. 27 GARDEN ST.

;tvu up| aliop'I"1 -- Sold at Tulane University of Louisiana. to

drug ,rtore SI I per I.tri.e bottle. For WALKER INGRAHAH

free treattrent write. to HIIold Balm Ne Orlon sii I.W.ltRPERKENTUCKY Manager.
Co., .\1Ial.lI.0.1. M<'.ll.Miie cent at ,, ---
; f once prepaid. I>e-nib.. trouble and -- TIME TABLE.

frt'Clnedieal 'tilvive :;;iveii. K',tinicJUootl : EDWIN A. ALDERMAN LL.D.
H.llm It. H. B ) ;:.rive, life, President.tuUCnuresinl.anguae WHISKEY LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE

vigor :11I.trt'lI.'tli to tbv blood. Ttiellnet '. r'-':, ."- V:a zi:'ft"ing! Lsw" :Medicine. Pharmacy Art. EFFECT DECEMBER: 1, IS-ol RAILROAD.
]5lood purifier m.ulo. Botanic .Sfvni SHpurntf 1J"llartll"'lItoIH.! ..M. Bu.Id- .'. hxtentive Libraries. Laboratoriesand Cold llMdaH *fw .
mood Balm !H. B. B-1) givehealthy a Workshop*. Splendid I'eiiartment for Women the t'\1I'colllb College.Tulana =orkaa.nt d aiiao New Orleans and Mobile.

I'.K-od! supply to the .kin and malrslradrrs in all vocsitio-n. IM loihtir for instruction are unsurpassedllntheSouth. palMtw :rw i- ---- --- -
i Kiebty- instructoruad I.-..; .t'.ul Itt I "9).
( <*Dts ; #e>-ion. tens scliol arch, a QIafo i
p ,
So.S. .
entire So.
system.Second ,nthaxcadrlmcdrlrartmrntoprnto Louisiaaa '- So.! No.1.
u;.'r..r *..-..Ion. Board and 10.10(101> ndormitorl< a' low Exprnsriolscbolarahip rates Opportunities afforded student 1..15.. 12II m 1I/o' p Lea e.... 'n4cols.Arr1Te 1i1 a'' 4.hi No.1. No.1.
Line for Gadsden.Giiilsden. acartrmlc student for 'elf-b -lp. 10 the Acadt>nur l'n.I.-: n.) buy, If properly prepared Soli iiy Danmieisser Bros. 8:501 a 2T: p 1:111 a Leave..... Flometon...... Leave 2:9i a 2:80 p 1:14 8:00: p
.i p :
for college work, will li*> turned a 11\1\> from inability to pay tuition. Next beginsootober 11:00! a 4:22 p i 2:55: a LI'at'e.._._ Mobile .... Leave 12:3110't 12:150 p
session ...... lIoop
} : .tJune 2S.-(Jadsden li ,, ut. Send for Catalogue. -- S.:1''p. 1:3'--a --l.eave.New_ IIrll'anll.. Leave ""If. P 7sa __
' to have anothtr telephone line. The Addre", K. K. BRt'Ffo', Secretary. I North -

r mayor and aldermen have granted a ---

-1 franchise to Henry P. Smith of Vanivy. <.,' !liW, NlTIC'Em.F.ITHEuthecaptainowaert. I I Marston $Quina are sole KIDNEY DISEASES ;o. t No. '. So. 1 No. I. ,
-- -- I IL'd p m I2:1'i' p m Leave ..._ Pensacola .....Arrlve .
to build! a new telephone system, \ I Ij I agents for the celebrated 11:15 a m 11:51 p m Arrive_ Montgomery _I.eave 11:13:',111 p m 6:1)1 a m
They S- T. him sixty days In which!: j nor consignees of the I'.ntI'h |I I 11:59em: 8:'" pm Arrl\8_ I mlnlbam Leave saam: am 11:85 p IB ,
' bk StiTitinier will l hr re Odorless refrigerators in fa molt fatal ( tUFOLEY'SllMEril'IEI dIa.IaCI. it)5pm 3:10am Arrlv8..Na'hv1lJe..Leave .... 4ubpm:
tr begin work and twelve months In 1 pon-.ible for debts contracted .' o j !:al am 11:13 a m Arrive... Louisville .. Leave .. ..... __. .
whl, h to compute! it. by the crew of said ve."l. absolutely guaranteed or 1: Oam I159am I Arrl\8..Clnclnnall..L'lIv.. 8:15 pm 2iS a m
{ E 8. ( O"b.U.L. 7aam: IJ) p m Arrive. ..Ht. Lonl! .Leave t S.Jlpm':13 11:15 pm
1'oordt'r. Captain refunded.If pm 11:15: _
j money
Ready to Yield. ;""u. I i 'I IOf > l PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.No. .

"I ued DeWitt's Witch Hazel you want a nice 1-Dally No. g-Uafly So
NK1THKK the captain, own present to give I ItOP where time not shown I No. 9-Ually '10. r.-Da.II!

. 1-1 Halve for piles and found it a certain .. er Knti-i nor 'S consignee Cairnloch' of will the be to elegant a friend line go of and look through the 11:15: pm !:m a m LU\8.. ... Yentecole., .-ArrlTe i -
suitable 1051) ;ap-
articles I
at ltUI night 1:11"! ... ..... pm
: P. R. Meredith, Willow responsible for debts lOhemla ,...._ "
cure ..
q say con- J. I. 1031"
" Urove Del. Operations traded by the crew of >>4id ve.9el. Stephens, you surely can find money rtfund CootalmrcmtdlM It: 'II"" 1:1": .. .._ \'ole.tra ._. 10:34" S'08";
unnecessaryto UI 1101"
tai .. :
D. :MITCHELL. something to please If .Eicambla_ .5
I" cure p\ile?. They always yield to Southern States L. Co., laptam. want anything in the Diamond you. fine you rtcofnU4 Inr tml- 12:3.5: 1i":: .... -_. Iulat _.._, IO1tl"10II": 11:51..
DeWitts Witch Hazel :Salve. Cures Consignee. IS\I"; 1ti" __ Harp ._. ..... 6'iS:
all kinds of wounds. : STju be sure to see him before you buy. Mot phyiidtnt M the bat hitnd U'501" 1.s. .". ......... G,ltCity ......... 10 10l5":1" 6:40: '
skin disea-es ;
' 'Ii 1 .1)01" 1j\1" .......... 6n"
--- -- --- ---- .. M II ton _.... N
. counterfeits. Hargis'Pharmacy (KU.a.I Bliddir 15) .... II'1\) "
no am. ..... :
Accept ) ,
Good 1'
I Raoge ....
There's lots of to be made .. ...... 11 "
money In Kscarabia County Circuit IM": 8.15" .. .
'r i John {heppard, Sidney Court.Htateof .. ._.._ Holes .... ...... 8:115"
real Klorda.
In estate-lots of A real es- In cnaneerv. W IIM\ 2:10" 8.jI) __ hllIIIQ "' 4f5"
i Kahn. tate sign H usually a flnger-board to Barney Williams I W. A. D'ALEMBEBTE.CMICHCSTEMS !::t'j"" 8Jjoj" ... -_.Crestvtew.L_ t 9:20 8:13" ':11 ""
vs. gaol I
wealth. !I'M" I ..._...1>eer Laol1 ..
C. !IM"
Watson "
& Llter\V'ilhami. e:7:: 1:36
t 1/
I 8:10" ...
BANNER SALVE, I Co.. the leading Real Estate firm On Monday: : tae! 7th day of July. A. D. Inn*. CNCLISH 4:031" 88. .. eFOnlaktipring9 Mosey Head "" 8:..) "" 1:1" "
I have some offers which it would tbed" required E 4H II:" .. __._ Argyle. _? alt: It 1t3"
the most healing salvo Uv*worUfc ta appear to the bill filed NNYROYAL PILLS ':+) 7e4 2:31"
iiW I I'' be worth your while to consider. Go i in. against her here 6:00" 1f:10'8: 1' ._...Ponce_ de Leon. ". 7:9 1:13"

and see them to-day, and don't wait This order to be published once each '\9AFEO Ir.ue.Oijl.jj..ui nrare" eoi 1.'U' N __? Westvllle.- 1:17" IM"
j1. Pocket cutlery and scis- till to-morrow. I II week for four consecutive 'weeks In the far CHlCHK-.Tr.K-:, ENGLISH Ii &1" IO:*> .. _Caryvllle! _. "" 1:1 .' "
la .. BonifaJ' 12
lIA1LEW" RED ut ne-LUe bnui 8:56" n
a ray 8:00" ?
newspaper published 10:41" N I
in n.b./nlbo. T.h..u. __.(;blpley _._ 'I
sors from the finest to the I said Ilcambla! Rcfu S:3 11:07" 817.' 1:04 "
e-6 D..ena. ..
I county."A.. M. .. 1I..Ii..., a4 inn.- 1 If .. .CotlondaI8_ ':I MCMILLANClerk U. Bo?of y eroy" ..Nat4.N )I) 1I: U:88 noon

cheapest, at the Willis Foley's Honey and Tar By B.H,Circuit Burton Court. ; lump"R for llr Ptrtlcclara.Ml f.r L.ll.....T..1alI..._.., ... 7:30 1:40": lIn"" o ...Marlallna_Cypress __ "" Cy 6:00(; "" 1:16 11:45 alD'M
II U. C. ..... 115
e ....
Hardware Co. 1 ] J l.r. l1.lL t..1.... sal/r '. Orand Rldl8_ 6S! " No opiates. PensacolaFis.May2)j70awtw* aor.4r: 1:58 1:05 noon L _.._ Kneadl Iif:
ffl I .tlulp..... .MiM. eteen.I'IIlU.. r... 8U" UU to ArrlnWnhncttollLean 1I:2l" 10fJO'
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p c- -- 14114-Isaiah Spears, teach a member of the executive committeeuntil

I er's salary . . . 30.00 his successor shall be chosen in p:
140CS-Miss F. Cook, teach the year 1904. :

i er's salary . . . 43.30 Tiitf PillsAfter Qualifications of Voters.
I, 14110 Miss P. C. Barnes I Those and only those persons shall _

teachers salary . . 40.00 be permitted to become candidates be

14101-Jno. L. Watson, teach- eating, persons of a bilious habit I fore, or to vote at or participatein

ers salary . . . 40.00 will derive great benefit by taking one the management of this primary
I/ 14f'S2' -Miss I). Wentwoith, of these pills. If you have been : election who are white democratic electors -

teachers salary . . 45.00 DRINKING TOO MUCH duly registered for the electionin
ijw/ 13 )-Mrs. X. D. Thomas, .1 I
the 1900, or on the 12, 13 and
they will promptly relieve the year
teacher's salary . . 45.00 nausea,
I 14th days of June 1902 who declare
14117 Mibs SICK HEADACHE Infants and Children.
L. Mackty, -- I their adherence to the principles and for

I tfacher's salary . . 23.00 and nervousness which follows, restore I organization of the democratic party
14124-Miss 1.. Bowman, the appetite and remove gloomy feel. 'national, state and county who, if The Kind You Have Always Bought has borne the signature -

teacher's salary . . 30.00 Ings. Elegantly sugar coated. they voted at the regular election of Cha. II. Fletcher, and baR been made uuder his

I4ft;3-Miss E. L. Marley, Take No Substitute. I IC held next preceding such primary personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow no one

teacher's . . .
salary 45.00 election then voted the demo-
=-===- -:" -= -- -= I to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and
; 14104-Miss M. Burton, cratic ticket, national, state and
teacher's salary . . 4.50 who the lawsof "JiM-a-i-good.: are but Experiment, and endanger the
county are by
14155; -Miss I). Hilton, teachers : THE PRIMARY the state lawful electors of health of Children-Experience against Experiment. .

salary . . . 30.00 the election district in whicH they
BEAUTY TRIUMPHS 14103 Miss A. Byrne, tea'-h- offer to vote, who have paid their poll The Kind You HaveTAlways BoughtBears

'1/. m Prlce/.*. Ta.aau,.. ers salary . . .' . 1800 : taxes legally due not less than ten
Feanty is woman's greatest charm. Th 13&74-Miss K. Loftin teachers I ELECTION GALL days before such primary election Is the Signature of

w oil adorec beautiful women. A prettj I salary . . . 45.00 held, and who shall, when challenged
dreads for fear 1400j: -J. A. Gibson, teacher's elector, pledge in
WI i man maternity of losing by any writing upon
this jiower. \Vhat can Le done to perpetu. I' salary . . . . 50.00 -- I oath, before an Inspector, his honor to

ate the race and keep women beautiful 1410,!!-Mis-s A. M. Holman, A primary election of the democratic abide by and support the result of such

There is; a barn u>eil t>y cultured and uncultured i teacher's fa1ary . . 30.00 primary, and vote for the nominees
women in the crisis. Husbands Hlll-Mrs. L. Ellis, teach i iI I party will be held In Escambia county t therefor. .

should investigate tiLlS in ordei I rr's s-alary . . . 30.00 I Florida, on the loth; day of July, A. D.I The inspectors to conduct this election ...

to reassure their 'wive as to the ease 1412s-Miss K. Tipiiin teach- 1902, for the purpose of nominating I will be selected by the committee In Use For Over'30 Years.

with which children can be tern and er's salary . . . i5. \) 'I candidates for the following offices: I at a meeting to be held at the 'h.t
P beauty of form and figure retained. 14'i' >4-Miss F. Loftin, teacht i One United States Senator. I office of Judge T. R. McCullaeh, at R. -

. . . 43.00; '
t salary ---- -
7:30 June 24 1902. This committee -
Mother's Friend One Representative In Congress, 3rd p. m., :' : Irs. M. .\. Edwards, &trkt. I'I'Di will meet at Judge McCul- REMOVAL NOTICE.Dr. .

ib(the name by which this preparation isknown. tai'her's salary . . 31.30; One Justice of the Supreme Court. lagh's office at 8 o'clock, Saturday -- lGf,00 fru.

It diminishes the pain allied to 1422!: $i-X. B. Cook. superin- One Secretary of State. night July 19, 190:!. for the purpose of Awarded at ParU
motherhood. Used tLn uijjhout ttndent's bill . 6.4.1
pregnancy expense
i One Comptroller.Two canvassing the vote and announcing G. H. Tuttle,
.. it relieves morning sickness, cures sore :C142u4! -X. 11. Cook, Superin- I Railroad Commissioners. the result of sail election, and the inspectors
treasts, makes tla tic all: tendons called tfmlent's salary . . 100.00 I
lOne State ,Senator, 2nd District. will have then and there the j I Dr. J. G. Heard,
upon to lioM the expanding burden. 112 II!i-Mrs. J. Torrence janitor !- !
i Two Members of the House of Rep returns of said election; if they have IllI4iTiIW
Muscles soften and relax under its influ- school Xo. 74 . . 12.00 ; resentatives.One not been already forwarded to the / DENTISTS.
and the
ence patient anticipates I
1421i: -H.S.. White printing Tax Assessor chairman of this committee.C. .
the issue, in Friend the comfort is liniment thus l* for toweJ.Mother's circulars . . . . I..!'} !i One Tax Collector. B. PARKHILL.DAX ( HiMiing 7 antI II. >laOflllll' Tfinple.All .
external 1 li'l 1-J. M. Too, w. c. paper, One Treasurer. )Il'RPll Y, Chairman. WINE CORDIAL
: County and
( Mirglcal. Operative
the application. It is gently ruhbedP I I i sdiool Xo. 1. . . . 2.251J21S : ; Five County Commissioners. I Secretary. I HiehtM rfCOTtmtnditions for cure of Poorness !"-('\llInlr"ll'tntl"lry( performed ,-lib technical
arts l and
over { so severely ta\c< being ol blood, Stomtch Gcncril DC- .
troubles and
: & Dorr insiiratwe II iklll.hreclal
Three Members of the County Board I
E1 ">rbed lubricates all the muscles. i tii' lacrtuses the arrtt; e. strengthens
. . . . 6.00
I Iir....fists si-11 it for >i XT 1,Ule. Your of Public Instruction. tlc cen inS builds up the entire stem. Rttinnon gIven to
l Ui'l-E. Ward! as member of the Peace for District' INSPECTORS AND CLERKS. i and Porcelain Killing. Cionu
r '\ !i.iveor.r 1'<>i'k "flotherhooj' free. One Justice iI 88 rue liroiu-t .
r of board) . . . . 50.00 : No. One. I I and HrillgWork.
I 14212 I -Southern Stales Lumber let Material; Competent KiiuifineutTelephone
Constable for Districts Nos. .
One K. Four A
r o
anJMippli. The following\ named perscns hav
Companyoo.l l'j'
3I, 5, G. I tinlitVI. Xo. i7H.Imrortere .
.. FINANCIAL STATEMENT !.'s. school Xo. 1C 82 One Chairman of the County Executive bnen appointed by the D<:.niocrat'tnxfcumi. -

14217-C. V Thompson, sta- Committee. I .' Committee of Escambia

Of t,e Board of Pjbhc Instruction fore t ioilO ry 2.fi5: One :Secretary of the County Executive I county; to conduct the piinury t-lt-c,
:! Month; Ending June 3, 1902. : I lIs-\\.m. la\is.i janitor I Committee.One 1 tiori of July 13, I'J'U:!, in their respective -

May To 'alamp . . % 2.21721! :! i M'hool Xo. 70'). 10.00) i member of the county executive ', prf'l' lH"ts. under the lules of the WING HOP r & R.I
i2. 14211-Wm. Coombs wool, State and County Democratic Executive -
May :! IM < a>h from tax Committee in and for Precincts Xos.
;;ale c >rtifi< a't . . ::11I.i'l'Ma school Xn. Ifi 1.03: i one to twenty inclusive I Committees antI the instructionsthat These tiny Capsules! Sore superior
chair aniltable will be furnished them ,
: .
1-11-0.; Prvor.
:22.! To cash limn taJ: I The State Executive Committee has : 'I to Balsam of Copaiba! X N i
. 1 (j9fl( .) school No. 5:!. 2.35; : I Precinct Xo. 1.-G. C. Clifford Jno and ralrra In-
.* v' ar of 1:JIll -) prescribed the rules and regulationsof .:bets<< 6Dt3 Injections.lDn(/?
,r lin' :2. To a.-h from tax sale 14216-L. C. Cralitrw, wootian.1 the primary for state officers including M. Rich.Sr.., inspector; 11. L. RuU' mlcurein45 hours the V / I iSailS' J and
> .cleik.Prmntt Chinese Japanese
ititiflcaie . . . Tl.r:2.Junr :ouPl'li..s school No. 7. 2142'i the tate Senator and members erie. I
No. 2.-Frank Marx Ash 40Ylr.'rl',
.". To Cah irom tax ->-J. Scott' janitor. of the House of Representatives,
r of 19
.1 nn Ti.To: cash from 1 mill : 14o37-Mi's., Scott, janitor :( at a meeting held in the office of I FINE CHINA TEAS
8.00 No. 3.-C. H. no 'ett. \V. J --- ,
state school tax . . 1,SO(5.0o I j ,;("hoolJ.. ). County Ju McCnllagh on the 2Cth I. Precinct i -
1 I Hlltll-jIiss H. It :-;w'kanlI Wilkins, inspectors; C. II. Kupfrianclerk. 31 South Palafox St,
of 1t402! i> provided rules and
day May, ;
,.-it !'iv warrants paid $ 6.9l.Sui7r. I| janitor s110010.27... riu( regulations as follows, in accordance I I:I Every Woman Laundry Office. Pensacola, Fla.
Pens-accila Hsso. & S. Pn'cin't0.. 4.-S. P. Hendrix Mail
11222- '' and of __, .
with the platform regulations ,
h lnleretcI an,1 should know ---
;I .\ interest ir.C.Oo ,the State Executive Committee for the'i Hurd, Jr., inspectors; John Langren about the wwsdrfut NOT1CK.I .

; L. Fairchild. tea .h- 14213-C. S. MerrittV.. nomination of candidates for Tax Assessor ,! clerk. M4R1L %hirIing
I Closet st hool Xo. 43 . '..t.OOEy ;I Precinct No. :.-.\. J. Busbee. W. B t I '71.e sew al.&I .,,i. ., have been authorized to take
I >alary . . . 43.00; Tax Collector, County Treasurer td efit"itf..2. for Win. Jennings
baiance i 3rxt.92: '' Weaver, inspectors; H. F. Frater, rt--Mot (',io.'neL subscriptions
School -
141 i'I-D. J. teach- Commissioners
Baggett. County ''I.' Bryan's paper "The Commoner.The .
i -alary ... . . . 3).00 Hoard, and Members of the ExecutiveCommittee ckik. ..: ; price i is $1.00 iu ad-
$ 6ni3.S2;; 'I Precinct No. B.-T. J. Da\ tlsou.C.1I. I.t your dr.g Ut lur Ii. ,,. per year
lIt::! OI I-Mi-s F. Cook, teach- : If I. 3nn.t'"1'1':, Ihe vance. Those desiring the papercan
alary . . . a g.:!;) The Dames of the candidates for Hobbs, inspectors; n.l. Bonifay 1"1 I 'K\,..1.. ar..I""o It. \' have it pent to them '''.- 'u>nrt mo
.Time !9 To'balance 3.tM! '.92 I clerk. cther.I'.l1d MaII. for \ /;' ,
1.ti1r". X. D. Thomas, these different county offices and mem. lu.rate1 1.k-.I..III1""" i U.OO to the undersigned.
ad.r'" salary . . 43.00; .\ I ('fortify that the above state nu-nt bers of the Executive Committtee must I Precinct Xo..1(1111I Hammock, ;iUII.rtl.-uiaranF4ir.-ti.y.In.& ., 1"1K\,C), J ji.IrtQL.1le. H.M.
is correct as is shown by the minutes \V. Norris, inspectors; Ed. Campbell,
Hi ;: Miss B. Coker teach- :i be printed upon the official ballot to be II Room :82c Times Care DJ
c-r"s salary . . . :25.30 and treasuier's report. I I used in said primary election July 13:;, cleik. Itldg.iNewYork|
14< _*- Mi,,;? 1-:. Hayteach- i X. B. COOK. :i 1fJ2 an.l no blank lines will be left I Precinct No. S.-Geo. Gibson. null --

", s alary . . . 30.00 :I Sec and County iipt.lncrea.eil ;i on said ballots, and no voter will be Prcctor. inspectors; Taylor Crabtree
:1: Ss9- Mis* M. It Meflae.tcaclicrs I : allowed to vote for or write the nam<
salary . . 30.0oJ4ii92 :i Onion ACrf'BIt' of any candidate on the said ballot, I Precfnct No. !0.-P. R. McNeill, A. J
:!-K. Stewart, teacher'ssalary I A liberal onion acreage Is probable, unless the name of the candidate be Cowart inspectors; \\'. T. Dick, clerk oOFoPensacola"

. . . . ''o.' 014in2Mi taking: the country at large. Preliminary printed on said ballot. I Precinct No. 10.-('. J. Ward. R. Ed
is Mita I Cllis t'ach- rejvirts American Agriculturist:; Each Ilt'j"son desiring to have his dings! inspectors; I). II. Dryais rltik Florida"'s s-aluiy . . . 40.''iO from all !leading; union growing sectiuiis. -'name printed on the primary election Precinct No. 11.- 1U.. !.ee. L
l/S&ft-Mif-s:: Mia; Ellis teach- liothvcKt nOd cast: point to this ballot as a candidate for the above Minims, inspectors; J. B. St wart.. --

r-r's salary . . . 4rt.i oU'ifift tendency a natural consequence of the county offices and executive committee df'rk. Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.
Precinct No. 12. .!. L. Si-bolls J. G
-II!I.F.. ;. Hrahara, teachrs I very hlsh prices tlic past winter. The shall tile with the chairman of this : -
.' salary . . . 125.00 ("ouuty executive committee on or before Oliver inspectois; E. D. B emargc-J nrc-a. howfvcr, Is not univcr Beautiful
Prl'dnl't0.. 13.-J. C. White. Sr. Lots for Sale.
,,' J.Y.. Owsley.tcarlu the 24th
q"' 'Irs. sal. noon hour, 12 m., on the I
'r's -salary . . 4.;>.0't; day of June, A. D. 1902, his notice of A. A. Fisher, inspectors; J. Emrnttt

14 1 ;-\\'. M. J. :Scott:: teach- candidacy and application in writing I, Wolfe, clerk. 40x137 feet at from $75 to $200 each accord-

H'S natal y . . . '!0.0'i i to have his name so printed upon a Precinct Xo. 14.-Jos. I. Johnson
WAS WASTING AWAY. ing to location and
R. C surroundings.
Dare Hugh-man, inspectors;
U41fI-Mts. I.. M. Washing- blank to be furnished by said chairman
'on t..adlU'S salary . 40.00 : The following letter from Robert accompanied with a sum of Caldwell, cleik.Precinct .
No. 15.;; -M. P. Palrnes.L Good Neighborhood
: Exceptionally View
I4 !>tU- :\Irs. E. Thomas, It. Watts of Silem, Mo., i is instructive money, assessed by the committee as Beautiful ,
hal In r's salary . . 4<.')') : "I hive been troubled with follows: I Whitinc.Mansfield' cleik.Moreno, inspectors; F. M High, Dry Fertile Lands.

41';:;-Miss s. H. Stockard.father's 1
for Tax Collector -
Each Candidate -
kidney cli-eae for the lat five Precinct No. 10.-J. C. howard C.
( salary . . ;,1).t1.t . . . . . .100.00 Flowers J.V.. King The grandest opportunity for investment
L 'H21: -Miss M. 11 Crabtree years. I lot tlesh and never felt Each Candidate for Tax Assessor inspectors; ever

tcailici's salary . . :{nnrtHfi&.VMrs. well and doctored with leading: phyiciaiis . . . . . . 73.00:; clerk.Precinct No. 17. K. A. Kuhen J. A.Hrndrix offered in Pensacola.
'll. Collins. I ..
; S. and tried all retnediesug- Each Candidate for -

achcr's salary . . :.11."" e,.tpcl without relief. Finally I Treasurer . . .County. . 73.00; Precinct, inspectors No. IS.-;John J. L.r. IJo\t hson., elfl'k.I H. T.Knterkin .. Rome Seekers Should See These Lots.
!H<>71-Miss i:. (i. Wentworth -. tried FolpKil1np. \' Cure and les Candidate for I
Each County commissioner -
teacher's salary 4.:{ '.101Hfli than two bottle completely! cured I inspectors; J. M. Harrison
. . . . 10.00Iacli clerk.
;?-Mis Allie Ynit''adu'r's me and I am now sound and welL I A.V.Clubbs
. . 4" ."" \V. A. D'Alembp'tP.\ 121 1'\. PalafoxO.A.STOn.X.A. Candidate for School Precinct No. 1!).-\" H. Trimmer. S.
salaiy > Board . . . . . 10.00 Jr. F. M. Wood. ,
14""70-Mrs. I E. J. \ViIson.teaehier's .. Each Justice of Peace 5.00 Terry, inspectors;

.-Miss salary Pauliiif. .Reese. . .".HIMI14i't'.ii B.inth. / ir.8 Kind Yu Hate Bays 3ocgaHoclety. Each Candidate Candidate for Constable. 5.00' I, clerk.Precinct. No. 20.-r. W. McCurdy i Corner Garden and Alcaniz Streets.

tfachc.r's salary . . ',".'"' Bgntue: # : Candidate for members of the ExeCUtive I Daniel Bowman, inspectors; F. M !
14nfl2-Miss Bdieol'thing- 01 4 Committee are not required to i Mayo, cloik. l".O.HRK-IT, WM. H KNOWLKH, W. K. H VKB.: JK., j. W. KKKHK.

, ton. tcacluT'salary . 4";; mi "J'nr-nal.a'n 1ti1ir.. Eight:: Away pay any assessment.As C. B. PARKHILL.DAN President. VICI'rf>lldtlllt.! ('".bi"r, Aift Cashier
u.d lW1kefl a 1"-'C.Js ud of C u.hflilid collkI so'on after June 24 as possible a MURPHY. Chairman.
i 14123-Mis. J. E. Davis,
U'aclur's salary . . ;27.! list of all candidates for above-named Secretary. 2"jtf
....... I Medical Attention. positions will be printed in the newspapers
: I':. 1. Keaton
14ti! 7-Mrs. First National BankOF
There will be a regular meeting of and the chairman of the committee
tf-aehH's salary . . : o'i. ; POLLING BOOTHS
teacher'stalary : he Pensacola Medical Society a' will give a receipt for each
140!'-<.. F. Call, I FOR THE PRIMARY.
. . . . "'"."" ;he Board of Health office it notice of candidacy received, and if
14098! M. C. Jordan 3'clockp.m. Tuesday.: July S and :'JL: after the 24th day of June any person I PENSACOLA. FLA.

ti a<'her's salary . 3(>,rt" Visiting physicians are cordially daims that his name has been left : Following; are the polling booth dt
14W.7; -Mi.loshie Griffin. :, 'invited to attend. off of the list of candidates published signaled! for the prImal of July 15:
x: ut:EJOTonD.WM. .
teachers salary . . 43..II.I DR.W. C. DEWBERY, his claim will be rejected unless he Precinct 1-Nix. School house.
1 tf",,4 Miss \\'ntworth., i President. holds a receipt for same trom the I l'recinl'tKupfrian, Kupfrian H. KNOWLE8. W. A. BLODNT. F. ISRKNT.. N. K. HYER. j .

It'at'hpr' salary . . 45.001411st : DK. I. DEM. HIICKEK.n25ttf chait man. Park. D. G. BRENT,
!' Miss E.i Thornton. Secretary. If a larger number of candidates I Precinct Windsor, School House.
4.:; '". shall be announced than were contemplated -: Precinct 4-Ferry Pass Roberts'

:14fi7r 1. achrrv;-Miks I i salary E. White teach- when the above assessment was ,, Old Place. irml D ad D:1L: BZ! Aan 1 B u U ad 1L I

-alaI}' . . . 4", .11I' The Beer made, the committee can. if they Fee Precinct 5-Hpaulab. School house
140.T MSH A. K. Buto"'achl'l fit to do so, cut down the said assess Precinct Powelton.. Cantonmen I

,. salary! . . "."' "" ment. The voters of the entire county Precinct 7-Pine Barren, Beef Mar II
141.5Mi: >-= Ii. :M. Crist. ThatVICTORIA Made will vote on the above.named coun- ket. I tflT'We draw our own Bills if Exchange: ; on Orcat Britain, Ireland

teachers salary . . 157514i' o'fficrrs.! including\ the chairman and Precinct 8.-Crabtree, Jennins's Germany. France, Austria, Italy, Holland, Hpalu Beldam, Rosala, Not

-3 MisF.. Hn.l,'rson. secretary of the executive committee store railroad. : way, Hwelen. Denmark: and other European ccnnrIsg.2"Vossels .
teacher's salary . . 430i ll except' the justice of the peace and Precinct t''.-Bluff Springs, the usual -
14102T.: K.: Keaton.tfach. ANNHtl I R r MauI U constables and the candidates for a place.Precinct. Diabnrsed upon the Most Favorable: Terms and thtli

er"s salary . . . i-, "I'' county office who shall receive a majority 10-Wardt IollandVard Obligations Taken Payable at plrf f'leB'r.a"on Ten or Klftetn Dart
14d( >..SMis> Ida Clubbs : of all the votes cast for that blacksmith shop. I after Vessel Arrives 'bere.WSafety .
teacher's ,:alan't'. '." -4- office shall be declared the nomineeof Precinct 11-Walnut Hill school ---

14nr.C-Miss ,\. 'L. Holmes.tcachc the democratic party for that office.In house. I Deposit BOZCR! for Rent in Connection

'r's salary . . j. .1 the event a candidate does not receive l'rpdndCity, Intendenoia and with which we hare a Priva Avartme&t for thnTJtf
14oS3-Miss O. Andrews! a majority of the votes cast another .lca niz. of RAU trn'i.I .
teacher's salary .: . ) primary election will be held on Precinct 13-City, Garden and Pala-

14107-S. R. Tail'. tfacher's MADE BY ACME BREWING CO. the 12th day of August. 1!<"2. to choose fox.

salary . . . . ... 4". ""1 1Hl1r. between the two candidates receiving Precinct 14-Pat McHugh's store. Ro-
,-Mrs. II. T. Mitchell, nisr IO-CK.NT: HOTTI.K' UKKKIN the highest vote in the July primary.The mana and Palafox. I WE WILL' FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE!

teaclur'.s Mlary . . 414103 :'."" TODANNHEISSER\\ voters of the county at lame Precinct 15;;-Maloney's store Infndencia -

;;.-J M I Tai.'. teacher's BROS shall vote for the chairman and secretary and DeVilliers. Writmto.4afnren. ? Ei44Is

salary' . . . . w-.1'rt1410S of the executive committee. and Precinct 1C-Pineville, the usual "sod_1.n""I"wbat '_,d.iO:.. ,5J.I '''' ,If. AlJ fill.. ,.t.f .:TTUI... ...
-Miss R Coker. teachers i i AC4K.NTS FOR THE CELEBRATED the voters: of each precinct shall ote place. _ nhlut.a wp. re ,. ... 'l.. w; t .,tonti. ...
alan' . . . :NII\11 tor a member of the executive commit- Precinct 17-Brent's, Spoon's black' puTt Jf .f a'g$0., ....I' ./ ... I...,...
i4it.: Miss E. Claike. teach I 1,1, Harper Whist y. te from his precinct and the candi- smith I'hop.I'rl'dlct _ I rll.rt'> #0'f" 'Irfu, f..I..1" ,. '

er's salary . . . 4r1: date for the executive committee re IS-McDavid, the usual ....,..... .'.aT5''',,n""It.$ .. .,hM : I'.. ........:.....
M ain House-401 S. Palafox street.R. shall beH'y .I* S.? 1. \ I 4 ,I'$nI, fI
14127-Miss C. McLeotl, ceivingthe_ highest vote cast place. i Ia.i44te-v :: ;;..--i$. I
teacher's salary . . -IO..i., R. Exchange-Opp. Union Depot -- -- -- -- -- -- 1- Precinct lf!<-Molino. Ward's store 11.we .'.'f'. :a.1.,'... U.,$.."..,"H"0.i.s.: .' ,.,..
P. O. Box 2I. Peusacola, Fla. Precinct 20 Flomaton CenturyFoley's .. ,,,. .
l61-11i's F. Sampey Years of L'.pularityi 1.7.' \011I a I. t 4.-. 1 5U. tI

teacher's salary . . 4 '."" Phones lit 2W.CURE: I f.10Tf. rY f>'I't'It'..... ....I.'n".:..."Pl.,,c i' it'1",-" '... ,(1-..... I
i the record of Painkiller (PerryDiwi' J .rn ...'m. h 'n4 WI. ..' I. : U-s. )10, .. .' .
4'iS-lrs. S U. Sampey.acher's I w: lDolA<< .'f .... '\ .
rot p I .1. 1. y ISI.
salary . . J":;-()" i ). hut the shop are' full of imitation -i Honey and Tar contain:: .,. .x P.1 "tW I.'. <.fA' 'r"- \4, -.
YOURSELF ao opiate and can ;ifply r>p ziver I 0' 1. 4J li4f4fl .' ". .. ...
141Miss M.' nay tea c-'R salaiy . . . 4:> i") CURES diehare.tn5.DImatiUfls.G.jiw.4 I'so Vlgti for nunatnril, of the genuine ; b- can-, t') chiHrcn. W. A. ,I I wel r...0.<1, t"". f :'J o"'p'. ":W" n. ,I..... .S "fl. 'tl., ....n1ll' )'.. 5.,h.' :I .... r. I.flCh .. I1I
I k.Sd&I. reputation \121 S. Palafnx tFoley's .rc'mrei'tdu' \\ ".r.dsr.tL.r 1All" Jq I % (4
14074 Miss H l1a\ to achrsalarv I. irritation t>r ukvratiuci I iD a fw .:a.. 1 am I: ... 0A, I ....4 .. 1-. 1- t r T., I 1. C.- 'I 4 t 4
. . . :-00! Lou. Imctu:.. cf'iAIDl..u.mncous aDd rwuilranr nut aiitnJI'*. tiou*, therefore, when you ask for a I !Dudu:'.. Mn. t.'L WlIIIUI.o.P Ii.n7rf.q.. '.1 ui. I.,..' 4...,.

1411S--A. M. n Va".tIi a THVASCHEWCALCO.Fn'etl O'tia. gent or ro1flOULCIMCINNATIO. bottle to see that you get the genu SAlVONA SOAP CO.. Cor. 12th PInE Sts. si. iouis. MO.I' .

t"ach"r'l' salary 30.00T.2 voId bT PrtaggWl. ine. An unfailing remedy for Honey and Tar
or a.Dt Jn pia" !. wrarptf,
--M 1!.< F w'th.' V. .A. fig colds bronchitis. I
> b, npren. trepaid coughs, cures colds, prevents pneumonia.
teacher's salary . . .;:;..)1'} \ .1..... or 3 bottlri. I .TS. i
i'Circalu 1(111' CB RQIWI



.,. ,,'" t "' J'I.!! >!),(., ",.,. "Vi. -,.t....'---... ....""' .t1c.: ..".,, :.. !\.:-+ r ...10""" .... ,..1"'i. ...' { ._ ..../ .... ':;', .., .L ,' _




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"PIC EYE" SALOON ," (( )) I SHOES ei r


iI GIi eorge Bush Killed Henry Gibbs Over a Gam ; ;c !
Bush Is Yet at : J\ ( I, FOR ALL
I iE1 blingSetto--- I 'J q "

t f I! ; s! THE BIG STORE !
.f; ) d
George Bush shot and killed Harry sa QSa s "
( )
i.1 ) ( ) That will FIT ALL in Styles and Leathers to SUIT ALL at

i Gibbs at 1) p. in. yesterday. Gibbs fu SOCIETY EVENTS lAND ; i 50 Linen Skirts, 1-3 off Regular Price. !'I

ff died immediately and Bush is at '
f Prices that will PLEASE ALL.
1 large.:\ ; ;; All White Embroidered Waists 1-3 off ;il)

iJ Tho killing took place at the resort PERSONALS :: : Regular Price. t !!

. ; just below Fort Barrancas: known as ) I )
i the "Pig Eye" Saloon, a place about JlHI
Mrs. M. L. Gonzalez and childrenleft r I )

I a which considerable complaint has oft on the noon train today to visit' I : Three Great Numbers for Monday Selling. ;

I late been entered by otlieers at Fort Mrs. Mattie E. Hunter of Nashville, I ( \

i Barrancas, but which it appears Tenn. II j : Mayflower Batiste and Crepons, ; : ALL &

Marshal Credille's uncle, Dr. W. : 10 yards for 75c. :
II continues to exist in spite of the fact ,
II. Credille, died suddenly at Ruth, '

that the proprietor wn fined f-jOO Ga., Friday. The marshal received Our 15c Line Fine Lawns, 10 yards for 98c. : : -- -
I a letter the sad news. ( )
conveying '
some months ago for maintaining: : '
license Mr. M. I.. Howard and Miss Gus- I ,1)); All our 25c Swiss Silk Organdies and i ; ,

place without the necessary ; fin i tingles left on the noon train today :i: ; J and Lawns 10 yards for $1.50. ; MEYER SHOE CO.
; ;
Every Sunday, it ii is alleged, for Montgomery to spend several j ,

negroes congregate at the place: to I weeks with friends and relatives. j I One Case Printed Challies, new goods, ; ; I

I I l gamble and drink whiskey. Yesterday There will be no concert at Magnolia -I} i j 10 yards for 40c. ;: Feet TuruMicr* for l'adl Ualj.
s Bluff Thursday night, as the H I (
I i the usual hilarity: prevailed and \ ) t )
Pensacola Concert band has been \ I.

I : a "game" was started. Bush and engaged to play all day Friday at f' 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
> r ,
i Gibbs were engaged in it. A disagreement the K. I. IC. picnic. i ( 1,1!
'i ,
aroe, words were passed I Rev J. M.Danuelly left at noon .J (

: a: fight occurred, the deadly weapon( revival for Roberts services where this he week.will assist A; telephone in- ', ; JDilliam( ( ( loljnsou & ion.What i ,, III I/I i' J. M. FOLKMAN

I drawn, the Bush will call him home'' ],
; trigger preyed by I message i J ( / I'KAI.ER IN
at auy hour should his services be j : I r a
and Gibbs fell over, dead. 1 _._ _...) .
:: ---- ----- -- -- ----- -- % ave +Kampl
I needed. !I : _::: I
- - -- - - - \MLV
:i The details were telephoned to the I I from f ctur.reln
The ladies of the Missionary ,, -- 1 )I.
city about 7 o'clock by an officer thel'nlttdHtatM.Feather .
Society the Presbyterian church :, We One to ('oC'kftllrbtlng. MYERS PRESENT

; 5 at Barrancas, and as soon as possible will give a Missionary Tea at the i, The now disreputable amusement ofcocklighting ': \ : :croll, I5c per roll

, I residence of Mr. J. A. Chaffin, on which was once respec- BUT NOT VOTINC
Coroner Wolfe went to the spot. the corner of Wright and Palafox table enough to divide with scholarship !t'1 Dining Room Tapeitry. 'l. JlI per roll.

> | Oibbs1: body had been removed to streets, Thursday, July 3 from 6 to and archery the attention of Senate Bill 29, A bill to be entitled,
j !8! o'clock. All invited Roger .Agchniu has provided the language "An
: are cordially act to require railroad companies
the and the coroner left Contrator for *
;, navy yard with "crestfallen, "in highfl'ntb.'r" Decorating ?
and are requested! to bring an offer-1 i i!I in the state to erect cattle yards and
t for that at 9'W last and Shakospoare's "over- 'I' I I'I
place night
, ing of 10 cent ,| crow" (cf. to crow over). "To show the crossings on their lines of railroads N1 IJ I j Call ['p Phone a',1 or l rop a 1'iwial Card.

accompanied by Deputy Frank Mr. Peter (I Hall and Miss Annie white feather" is from the same in certain cases." The Journal shows
y/ All Work C O. D. and Guaranteed.
Bobe. They returned here at mlJ1l1ht Powell sprung; a surprise on their source, since! white feathers in a ame'Ock's 'I that Mr. Myers was present but did I I
r friends last night by wedding. They, ( tail are a sign of impure breed I not vote. Pages 399400, Senate Journal ; Corner lUjIrn I and (>",i-rniupni foI'rN"c"
; aud went back to the yard ati.iO ing. Often: the origin of such words 1893.
with a few friends, arrived at the 28june1w':
or 1,1l'aes Las 1 been quite: forgotten, i i One r.lock wm of foitomcr. Hu'it on the lieU Ua
(; ; a. m., today, to hold the in- Palafox Street Methodist church jurt but when traced Uncloses their true I!" .

before services began and were met character nt once. "Fair play" is still Ice cold melons, large, :
at the altar and wedded by Rev J. n.'ouiz.'tJ as a figure: from uauiblinc, luscious and Juicy at t1t, : YWWVthvWiiivWTDON'T

, Bosh: was in 1'eusacola: at H o'clock M. Dalln'lIr. They are both residents -,; but "foul l-'iiiy," uow specialized to"uiunler I l Stratton Ice 1 Works. Telephone ,
and have friend wl.o ," is hardly! felt us a metaphor
last ht many
Ill ; having been seen by sev- order. <
waft them be .,ai person. The latest: report from II I| 1 = :- = = =- MISS IT3!;

>"UII" uf"rd. i Keltic nrldite ,
him was when he came west on In- A iiojn-o; buy was in the habit of"I Perhaps the most remarkable bridgesin : \ wmrWJm

teudencii street at that: hour. He ing his name ;is "Ncdii-mhnezzu: the world are the kettle bridges: of \
tlkiHlij-liazza siiam Hum Jafuc Maxwell which Cossack soldiers are expert \ MONDAY AND TUESDAY
Las trot ytt been captured, although P.nnvii" imspiuiiouucing nearly j builders. The materials of which theyare f

lie is well known and the officers, every word. i cun-tructed are the soldier lances I. : V
The sound of words has a great attraction and: cooking kettles. Seven or tight
both city and county, are losing( no fur the: negro, and he uses I lances: are passed under the handles of : ) I 0-AT-
them ri'pirdlft-s] of their tui-anintf. : a imuibcr of kettles and fastened by .
time looking him
up. A nctrrooinnu was with ditfirulty aeans of nil.":) to form a raft A sufficient i
I Coroner Wolfe returned from the prevented\ from luuiiinc her child "L'ru- j : niinilier of these rafts, each of ,
citix," the humid of the word! attracting which will U-ar a weight i>f half a ton, ,
yard at n"'JIl.n inquest was; held nB TAURUT
> are fastened togtthcr, and in the space ,
over the body of Gib1), and respon- negro preacher hi a sermon de- of au hour a bridge is formed on which <)a
lured empliatioally: i an army may cross with confidence ,
-ibility fur the murder was Listened "I come not to contaminate any Other and safl.'t}'. -

upon Itu-ih. .,'('I"-I"'I"'lIh..l still", more eugdatically"I t -.. I 5,000 yards Embroideries and Inser-
cmiies not to contaminate any ICE-COLD WATERMELONS AT : DAILY MENUS
tions, from 1 to 5 inches wide, worth
other stet; 1 comes to exonerate your .
CRAP CAME ANDSHOOTING minds."-I Independent.Bu -- -- Comprise all the Up-to- 10 to 15c, none reserved, all

.... and i'olley."And Lalthedust. lofccan buy l Date Dishes the Markets to go at tC) \'arj

SCRAPE now my son," said! the father, garden hose at the Willis//; of the World
"ns you are about to go Into business Afford.
Hard Co' .
i care '
----- fur yourself! it i is well for pHI to remember 5,000 yards Figured and Striped

that honesty Is the best policy. ,=- Lawns worth 8 and lOc all -
Thirteen have
n.-ro*, alleged to ." ,

been i;:ulIl.1inftlu; ; ht :t "lira w"' "Yt', father," said! the noble young ,=- Ladies' Private to go at iC) J BCdThese

near I\ui'frlln''l'ark, at about 1W\ man. ASK YOUR GROCER FOR :;:
Dining Parlor.t
"That honosty! Is the best pnlict'and ,
o'clock, "..-tt.rlt.1y. It is; stated that ," continued the old man, "if you ,=- Goods can be Pen in o..r ,(tW.IIJdq'..*. Call

one of them uained Butter could not will study ffp tbe laws you will:I he purprNed i and see them ; they will puitivfly It" dlJ a.. adr"rti+ed,

ir.ak "a pa-" aiid b-oniin: angered to I'.inl how many things you
do iu and til be Regular Dinner Daily.
can a businessay t> )
snatched up the nion"y.
lie started to run with tin hekals;;

but another outeemg hn himself :Not "'ho. He 1lrant. Short Orders 1'roiupilyFillet i '
i Scones, having s-ent n stupid servantto L.
t- was about t..I"e out, pulled lii-" gun do im crranil. was greatly Annoyed ). Night or Itay.It & GO'SMEUX'S

\ \ and let fly several ..h>>t.s tointiir.i- on finding! that he had done exactly: the fI

date Dutlt-r. The latter disappearedin <> to what he had been ordered."Why ir HometbnGno<1 to I':at
you huteu't cotnuiou sense," you wili you'll null It at MIMmM'FRIEDMAN
the wo-'d'. ho reiuotistrntiHl."I .

None of tl.e t-llicers: h.tvekuowl- tut, sr"- Nik Apostle's
":-:hiut : 1 should have rememberedthat !
edge of the -hooting, :and tin-re were up I Ia
you were nn Idiot When I'm Popular Restaurant. .
no arrests in (' the tempted to send a fool on an errand

lil again; I'll not ask you. I'll go myself."
'. .
II A hI"1; Fconour.An (
I (> t< George Ill.'a economies fegAiCSTxf RM5.1C lPOE a>NC{Of KM 1T I
Old! ISaclicU-r l"ucl---Wl'Il" Charlie
Is so curious as almost! to suggest I
School of and I.itrraiure.
wLat lo jou want now? Shorthand T) pew rltinjt:
,. Charlie-Oh. I want: to l-" rich. that It must hate betokened approachIng GRAND Now is the time to enter school and prepare for a lucrative j'01 1 lion. No
insanity: lie actually I.'tut the MAN MY OTHER LAUMOKT v !
-Uu-h! \\ Ly so?" STARCH vacation. Night and day session.
"IfaiMUMf 1 want to 1,1. iii'ttoil. Ma ('rl'al'olort'tJ horses used for his state NEW ORLEANS COFFEE C01
coach to a jobmaster who "thinks 4th of PicnicANI
tags you are au old foul, but must )>o PROPRIETORS July i
from the great receipt of custom thatthey NEWORUANS.U.S.A. GUAM 1-XCtUSION GRAND EXCURSION.To
._ [K'tted iieoausi': jou are ilch. Hut It'sa .
will draw him Into an t\lr-
great ncret. and! I mustn't tl'llltl"! "

'I hrllll.." .Motittnl. The Best Laundry Starchon
'''. of the Collector. CELEBRATIONAT
"Johnnie! ," called the mother "1 the Market.
"Did you get anything; out of her?"
.want you to go to the .tore for me.
"Walt a second, maw," replied the asked the business manager of the col NO BOILING NECESSARY.The
youth who was absorbed In a five .
'cent volume. "Pepperhole Pete Las "Yes; she paid me a compliment.Said Magnolia BluffBY To Greenville, Montgomery and Mobile and New Orlunl. MOD
thirty-set Injuns to kill an' It'll only she wouldn't bo afraid to trust only Starch Manufactured Birmingham Saturday night July 5, day, July Ittb, leaving Union Depot
take him about two mlout<, ."-Ohio me with the money If she had it.- in the South, THE 1902, leaving Union depot at 10:30 Monday morning at 11 :30 o'clock
New York Times.Human. o'clock special excursion: train.
on sharp. fare for round To
:State Journal. Help Build up a SlIC I. K.MYSTIC i Returning, leave Birmingham Monday Mobile, 11.50; to New Orleans ": .00.
Natare. at 10:30 and Montgomeryat From Cantonment and Century came
Inlrllrrtn SUmmlmgr.QuoristI The sermon of the best preacher In SOUTHERN INDUSTRY. ASSOCIATION.Watch 2. p.m. This may probably be the ai Pen-acola. A special rate will be
>oing any slumming last two-day
: the world will not make as much Impression excursion going north. made from Milton to PeniacoU to
days Coffee and refreshments will be connect with thU .
excanlon. R.
upon a congregation as the for Grand Street Paradeat
Pslnnck-ti! yes; occasionally I served on the train, going: and re- turning leave New Orleans Wedaet-
rend a modern society novel.-Chicago sudden pattering of rain on the window 10 a. m. turning. Fare for round trip, to day morning at 11:30 o'clock and
Tribune. panes of a church containing 200 See Posters for Full Details.A Greenville and Montgomery, $250; Mobile Wednesday afternoon at 4
new bonnets. Save buying to Birmingham, $3.60. From Cantonment o'clock. Coffee and
loney refreshments
t handsome will be
yoby prize given to
and Century same as Pen- will be served
I \n Error of Jd-lDeDI. furniture the on train retarninj
L "What caused mfflelgh's failure?" If you are not afraid to bluff it, post. at Marston lady number selling of tickets.the greatest sacola. For farther information ap- Purchase tickets at ticket office.
"lie w at victim of 'OTcrconfidt'nct'" pone trouble till tomorrow and it will $ Quina's ply to For further information apply fciROUT.
"IQ"- often leave and never come back.- Great Furniture Empo- Admission, including fare 35c; ROBT. KING: orPeTEBlHOMAS KINO or
Glebe.! P.
Atcbfeon THOMAS
?t t selt.-Puck.,., ._-- I rium. Children, 25o. _. I Excursion Managers I Excanlon Mausg n.

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