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The daily news
Uniform Title:
Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Pensacola Fla
The News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
July 1, 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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: to The Dally Xews. Special to The Daily News: I

Chattanooga, June 30.-Saturday's ; Cape Haitian. June 30.-Tne street I

I fighting here yeeteicla:: botween the
storm seenia to have done much more )

partisars ot M. Finnic, the former
damage in this section than was at ,

Whites and Negroes Have a Battle ] first thought. Several people in tfcjourrounding minister of Haiti, at Paris, and General Between Senators Bailey and

country lost their lives, Alexis Noid, the minister! 0: war of ,

on Southern. I crops while was the griat damage to property and th pLom. provisional are candidates government for the, presidency both of-I Beveridge in Senate Room.Special !

of the republic, ceased at 1 o'clo! 'k I j
Several hundred trees in the city
I It'p.'clal yesterday: evening' : admiral Willy, .
'- -- -
were turn up by the roots and thrown ,
I who had supported M. Firmin by lan.iine i- : .
sidewalks but
I across the streets and ,
to T..Ie bras I marines and firing on General tu The Dail} X<..\\>;
I no further damage!': than broken window '
Ga. June JO.There was SUPREME COURTOF i Xord's followers yesterday, orderedthe
Aubuta! panes blinds and shutters blown !' Washington, July 1.-The outcome ANOTHER STRIKE
marines their ,
to return to ship
a serious riot on board the !Southern \ away and things of that kind were re
which they did. They were accompanied of( the row between i heiiators Bailey
railway train that left Augusta about I ALABAMA ported.

r 6 o'clixk Saturday evening. i jf ,I Miss Cora Kelley one of the teachers inboard by the partisans of M. I of( Texa, and Beveridze of Indiana I THREATENED
Firmin. The admiral, who only used
Just before the tram stopped at the -- in the Chattanooga. public schools, ,
her death in by he his small, rapid fire guns yesterday, i .in the senate room yesterday is
met Meigs county
water tank at Langley. I 8 miles from -pecmlMontgomery t.1'l1et'1'i, threatens. to bombard Cape Haitien --
I he".
which crushed
of tree
falling a 'eagerly awaited.
Augusta, there was some trouble between I Ala June 30.-In theca She and another young lady were inndriving in earnest. Special to The Dally News:
several negroes and a."hi e of J, J. Mitchell v. the Florence when the storm came and Little damage was done by the bombardment "One of them will have to apologize" -

man named Juhn McDaoiel. The uetro dispensary the supreme court declaredthe up. of yesterday. M. Firmla's Chicago, July President, Cur.
drove under a large tree for shelter -
they I is the sentiment
s had been drinking and were In Florence dispensary act unconstitutional residence and the I opuses of his relatives concerningthe fan of the freight handlers union

an ugly and boisterous mood.A and void. It creates a boardof have been pillaged.
Near Fairmount on Walden's Ridg3, completely I fracas. The majority of the sen- said that unless the railroads ask
tight was begun and pretty soon five as a sort of private corporation The Haitlen warship Crete-a-Plerret,
two men were killed at the same time, ators that "one" should be of the time
was central between the white men say an extension set by the
to operate itt and gives to them enlarged while engaged in their daily labor. on whIch the foreign consuls, under j i(

and negroes in the car. Pistols and and unusual powers. The modt James Grajson proprietor, and Jess the protection of their respective flags I Bailey, but Senator liuley says he freight handlers for their new wage '

knives were called into play by both fatal defect found in the act is that and M. Firmin sought refuge yeate--I
May, assistant, were at work at tin has to for. He schedule to go into effect a general 'I
Idlll, and the conductor pulled ths some of the powers thus conferred are day is still In the roadstead. She is j nothing apologize
former's saw mill, and were preparingto
strike will be ordered
train up to the station la the hope of legislative obtain of coal sot i today.
close down for the day when the seeking to a supply admits that hs took Senator Keverj j "
fatting police help at Langley. In the contested election case of as to enable her to go to Port-au- I
As the train stopped at Langley Geneva In storm came up The circular saw idge by the throat, but he declares
Black vs. Pate, from county Prince.
suddenly A YACHT RACE :
was cutting the last tree, wen:
some of the combatants rushed out which Pate oust Black from have been reestablished -
I sought to the terrible force of the wind Peace teems to his honor Iud been impugned by the

and the> fighting between the whites the office of sheriff the supreme court btre.LEFT .
snapped a gigantic limb from a tree
and black became general on the affirms the Geneva probate court and Indianian and that every opportunity ON FOURTH
nearby and hurled it with great force '
train and all around the station. The Pate the office. I
gets against the two men. :Mays was thrown had been given him to retract
v negroes engaged in the nghtiBg Bad In the injunction suit against the., HIDING
and directly the circular -
In all directions, and when the smokeof Marengo commissioners court to prevent -1 backwanj 1 which Beveridpe: refu-ed to do.
saw and his body was cut la- A special called meeting of the
battle cleared away there were only the removal of the courthouse 1I
two captured. from one part of Linden to another, most In two. Grayson was instantly PLACE FOR FOOD ; Henator Beveridge the other 1'enacola Yacht club was held: last
I' killed by the force of the falling limb. I
There were 10 white men with! pistolor without a vote of the people, the low At Harriman, about 70; miles northof -- i hand declareBiiley did not touch lIiht'ic: Commodore Cottrell pre-

knife wounds. er court !U sustained. An election this city, on the Cincinnati Southern him but as he made a motion to do so I i siding in the ab-ence of Commodore
When the train pulled out of the sta. will have to be held even for a change SPecial! to Tin. Daii) X\"w- .
| the home of Mrs. Frank Duggerwas I Ward.
1 tlon some of the combatants wer of site in the same town under the nsw truck by lightning and her daughter. Valdosta Ga. lime 30.-Jas. Hoard intercepted by Senator :Spooner. The purpose of the meetingwas

still on board and it is reported some constitution to decide whether shouldoccur
who shot and killed RobertAlderman a race
Mary, was seriously! if not fatally the There has been au ill feeling;: between !

were turned over to officers at Alk"nand Appeals from two negro murderers injured., ice nouse was set on a prominent citizen! of Jennings -i,,! July 1th, and on motion this '

at Granltevillc, stations farther were affirmed today and both will b* fire, but extinguished. Fla., and who has since been the !'tuatorfor a lihg time. quelion"a'l decided in the affirmative

on.Dr. hanged on August "=: One Is John I At Chickamauga park Privates Quick at liVity, has ht' captured at Hami>-
W. C Baler, of Langley, who, and after debate of
Green Sanders, in Perry county I I and liramen: were badly bruised an,J tOil ?ia. ; tn 'U'rns .

with an assistant, attended all tie whose brother, Luke, was hanged for : had to be taken to the hospital. Bra- hard was nearly; starved and walked FIRST VISIT i the race were decided as follow,* :,-, .

wounded inns. reports one of tho negroes |I tew months Ta-3! '
the same crme a a ;o. ,
into a s-toro there to buy some
I men was struck by one of the falling The race shall be by club rules, '
named (Collins! as cut to pieces, I I
other William from Dallas.
is Bailey, ,
: trees, \\ hil Quirk was injured early thine: : tr cat. He was recognized' t)>
h. b'' ii:t! 1'1 r a to/eti! serious knifewouui's November 1" was set' as the clay on open to all boat: -, in the harbor. For
the punted descriptions of him, which:
in the storni while trxing to quell the TO MT. PELEE
.1 ",!I' tin- h-aU and neck, but which: Solicitor Lowe of the eighth _<.'J:' I stampeded horses of the troops to base been scattered broadcast over I expeii-t-s" cif preparation an entrance

still having! i a 11\ ire ihauco. The oth-T cuit. will have to answer the information i which he belorgt A number of the<< the country. After his arrest he wasgiven i fee of f'J: 50 will be rfquired. The

1 : \\att Holmes, \\da eat in the ---
negro of the I
impt'arhincnt brought by I horses trampled} over him and he isexpected (.>od, which he ate like a haif-!
f neck hut not dangerously. His: pistol club appropriates f"io for prize, to be
I state on reports of three grand juries ,
i to die at any moment fa11l1.- had wolf. When his appetitewas I p"claI to 1. Ni-v I
1 r-ar,: not t">en fired and he claims tof' '!
in his circuit warded follows
; I as : Hound hot-
satisfied he turned like
In addition to these these were two > over an
; .. ta':'f'r r. > part in the riot. I I Kurt lie File Mattllilii'l'-i ,
men kill 'd\ at Racism. Oa., near this; animal and went to sleep, I torn-First prize, $15; s-econd. flU.
T:,'' Wlf.JI.whltp 1 men were Onv :.St. Lucia Ju\! 1.-Tt.i- nsw -uuimit
I city by lightning lie was: carried to Jesup by Sheriff :
Carts, hot in right bide, bullet!: not TUG ROES DOWN j-kiiL-! the same. Three entri'i: i In
k Johns and placed! in jail. to :Mont Peittwa- racl'd! fir the J
found '
ilanpnroiisly.The The killing of Mr. Alderman arousal each claa tf-quireii, or tin race for i

others are r.ot seriously wound; i| ; ;time. ]oti.. June .2u' by....Kiitund, C. I '
ti ed The anas follows William IN SQUALL STORM DAMAGE a bitter feeling of resentment among -- the class. First preparatory signal .1'

tl I manyof the people of his home and Hovey, ;asii-tau curator cf the
at 2 o'clock
Calir-n, rut "n shoulder John Mr __ p. in., sharp. Course, off
it is regarded as lucky for Hoard that American Mueam of Natural Hh- "
Dame! shot through left shoulder an 1 1oullr I $1,000,000 :Sheehan's wharf. If sum realized
he did not fall into their hands before
k in Mght arm"in! Corley. bullet I Iii: ;>i l( al! 'in 'it L Ilady NvVdshinKton. \>; i tory of New York and George Carroll I
the officers got him i from entrance fees is in-ullicieut forexpenses
in tight thilh'red; ; Harley, plane- \ X C:. June "0.-With ----- i : Uurti-! They found that the i
hot nn fort-head and left : : winners to contribute to
ins cut on
a fearful burst of thunder and lightning i Special to The Daily Xews. mountain had been lowered and that II

shoulder. W\ley Lowe bad cash o.n one of the hardest electric storms = I II STRIKERS REPORT e\pen fund pro rata of \\"inllillc'l.I .
left I Louis. June 3<>. .\ low estimate Luktl'almite- wa destroyed
shoulder. John .Anderson bullet entirely -
ewer Known struck here Saturdaynight. placed on the damage wrought wit i I The race will be managed; by a
flesh wound below knee; C. II. Wil- of the I h'j A perfect cairn built
The wa
average velocity I in a radius of 130 miles of Alton, FOR DUTY I ;special committee composed of
natns: bullet In left jaw: Rorry Da\'ii, I
timid about 43: miles hour,
was an the on the of the mountain l the
by storm of wind and rain thatprt'aied top IIY
I' I JMeiMS.I). J.
t eat ivi'i head with pistol. though it came in flaws as hard as ... I Hayes, T. Matthiesouand
Th Saturday night and Sundayis '.. 1 I constant eruption. The highest '
< opl of the town of I.anslevand : DO; uiles. lfan3Andersen.
$1.'.,OOOpn.( While tho farmers anI 'I
from the surronr.dins! : country Thp tug J. L. Patterson, belonging to I Special: to ThePittsburg. >t'\\-: I point in the crater ri-es 4,2uu feet by The
the heaviest losers the railroads ala event will be a notable one, ;
i\vr' 'vilv i.nieed as the news spread the Kusler: ; Lumber ('ompany.'ai I suffered Pa.. June :Sf'.-All the an aneroid barometer.An .

and the mduj, 'ation qr,-w' aq the crow,:I! towing two schooners here, and when severely.Hailroad striking engineers! and pump men in ;! and the hand-cine prizes offered by

increas: d, Muttonngx against; the two Moore, the fish dealer here, and when 'I traffic in the bottom landsis this < ity about 35 in number, reported I eruption of considerable size the club should attract entries from : ,
completely cut off and will be
w un,.< ,il I neu'tunder: arrest 'w'ra the struck the wind turned thj not for duty today. The majority of was: teeu'JuRe: from: sleep an-
squall re-established! before this evening. The ...... I all available craft, in or out of the
heard and as the night c-amc on and boat her side and she them were given employment but R I ;
on scoopei: !Jig plant of the Western Cartridge choredCoifjtI'a Uarbet, but wa not club ownership.
( the wounds ut the white n.en were cI!:,;. water. I : number were stood aside until the imported i i iNo
company at last Alton, was 11 ood( .1. ; followed.byja.tlow.jof: lava. The Vi: '
CUSS d the conviction grew: that the The boat was turned on end and the I men now at work could be formal: report of la-t Sunday'srace
The loss will\ be ies than $5.0"ii. Ite.
no .s
(w4. negroes, in the t a'aboo.-e: were in provided lor In other directions. The I ciuity of the volcano i* .till consid- made
pilot house was entirely torn away, I ports received this morning from tipI wa at the meeting but it i ij

'r;,,u1.fgpr.Bpht'I firemen refused to join the movement. tred too dan fir life.
with it Fl\o Hou- f
carrying two persons. I Plaza creek distric t fathat the farmers I i j w.i stated that the: winner was the j
I ''l ann 1 o'clock tin were on the Loat.1 1'el'o\ drowned This action, it is said, was determinedupon '
lost their entire of wheat. --
'1'01"s is the firs of Langley hd 1 The dead are: I II I crop at a meeting held Saturday night. I I i Ii:"TI-a, Cycl-iiif, th< Uuth f-f-cond. i,
b( ,in Eiratly all!!tVed by men cot-' William J. "-omhl captain! In this: district' theme ale about 4'iengineers TI.ftw"r"' tic only boatailing i
t Crops Laid Waste in Illinois. I ;
Ins In from all!! -/' ions and the and KING ENTIRELY
Henry Davenport, engineer. { pump rune!'rs ttill our, Ili-race.! '
Danville Ills.. Juno C II.-A heavy iSURF
.11(,!) ;..met! nn theCntiamv }. Dick Walters fireman. but !t is believed! that b. lore the end! !
rain and wind Saturday night and Sun1 .
was for, and 1I'1I.'n tij John Cherry, rook. : of the:, week the} will all be hack at '
1 day have mined the oat crop andheayiy OUT OF DANCER BATHING !
5555 5 5 "iinded nwgroetr r. d!>c\'l'r:' J Allan Moore the ?on of E. R Moor, ,1 work :
I ,. damaged wheat and corn. The
'\\ !started emVin t'irir, pig was on the boat in the pilot house an 1 -- ,
lowlands are sacral feet under wate"
S : :!m'and thfitere sun shot t: I was carried off by the wind! and wavi :. ',: Philadelphia Leaves Panama. EXCURSION
% | Vermillion rive i.out of its banks
The United: States lmo tender Vi ). i New York June 30.') -The rnitplStates 5p. ('ia: Tj Tii, i J"..i t >,"I >:: : I
j and higher than h.r thirty years. All i
It < I M rtei1 that Jf a dc>7c n n". 1 cruiser Philadelphia has left
; IN,1- if! |I'lln aura i it took on two nl>- '
< rolls on bottom lands are pnteticai'v! ; London July L-The kinK passed ,
\\1,' '' '. the origin.i'I I iiianr.i! riurai( ,<: waist: to the M enc here north bound, says a Panama dispatch WEDNESDAY .1
ruined! and! ".n(d. small holdings; and
,- .'I.r: these t\\ were caught: of the disasterSr a ral tugs: n.'-..rassltinc | to the Herald Governor! Salazar a restful niglit. -It' \\iu, ;r weli.l.The | .i!
lnlock have boon raided Xe
I away.
a Lb. .'_>\ and i OneraOnitf! 'n <- and Alia- 1 --
it: the recover> 01 tin hodie; / "
estimate of the amount of damage can j last dre--inter <>f hi- 1l11: .<:-t\-. wound i j
fall1... ,
.- I yet he made ra made tareil the! fruiser. For the aCCIIIllI."d l 11' i 1. .f N"WOrleans 'j'l

The Ham.'r, wh'i-h is in port, will take I was attended with lc paw The >
TRAGEDY -- vi-itor-.(. "t-an.r Kct !
the i I'!rte.' of lit Piiila'ielpl.h!; : The
Two Killed by lightning. j royalpatient is considered ,
completely -
will <-ru'i I Aniiilu and the prise take excursioui-t- t-: :
Denver. Colo.: .lune :3'). Geo. f
MONR1IAALA BELL ROPEr i [:, Fresh ;t> ai.: i Pi?>'t alPtill in [ out of danger. Ills recovery will ;, Life Having station Wedl1* "dar.
ling, 01 Oiaham; Mo. and George ,. :t -"

Hates, of San FI.l1H'O.' w. re instant- 1. necessarily below, but no one : July:t, leaving Pahifox wharf at :2 : '. f

!ly l.illrtd by a bilI l U of l:,:htiiing on a i in. Fare for the round :
p tTil'j
... Death of Old :
1: : 1 TJ: 1'' ,I I an Teacher now doubts a ftlicitioutermination | "

.. t] \ -"- mi: !i iIt I"", (':.1: ; TI.r lily! News : ranch 4 miles north of Arada. I \O( hiai.. C1. Ji.nj'; <,I'rofeor C I! cents. Plenty of time for *urf lIl''f

,: ; \ ,,1 .\'i says: I ":' !;\ ia It. Tia, June ;3' .-A nucv W \I.! W} rue, as d I 77, probably the to hi; illness. ing.. For white people only.Despondent ; .I

V Much Bogus Coin Fcund. oldest school teacher In hav- I -- ----- ._- ..-
.. a ttd: at ..vKmiovia.moiuing her of the society ladies ut th plax' Georgia ,; The queen attended me royal review '

A. l + here r: the who interest themselves tn the Old! Chicago, June So.-In a lone abandoned lag begun teaching in 1S16, and con- .. -* J '-'l'v. ** ** I Ends His Life. ;!

l'e'' : i diSUute .... the tree u"e Indies' home are about to undertakea counterfejter's den at West Va'i tlnu'.tfir: fifty-three years, and a prominent of the troops today her first I Cripple Creek, Colo., June 30.-Ernest :
Buren and HaK-tead streets llo,".,"')
if war fr"Il :a we'' .i,hon Bard novel task: to raise funds for the in, Mason and pioneer citizen of public appearance: ,ince the king's I M Gray son of Dr. CeorgeV.

t was fnra tl': 1 i:: .11.i.: hI wife sutution wh'.eh! along!: with E'H'rythin! 1, bogus com and currency and a coai- extensive acquaintance here, died Sat I j I Gray, a well! known physician and Burgeon t.

l.gl1t1y"ol1n,'.. d else of that character, was burned in plete counterfeiters' outfit, including: urday. The buiral will be with! Masonic illnes the looked well and cheer. i WashIngton, D. C., has com .

I plates for: waking $1,000 bills, hate honors.Of r,
I mitted suicide by shooting! himself in
Johnson a' Frederick ?f\- the great fire. ful and was warmly greeted.
been found in a Secrpt'aut.! The discovery
-pheci came to lIun'WetoJar and The new street car company which! I the breast with a revolver. The suicide
was made by a workman, engaged All Hot Weather Enemiesof
j\jaurrendred. Stephi says h* killed has just taken control of the line : is attributed to despondency over .,
In tearing out the interior of tie
Arljoyd with a gun d Mrs. Boyd re- here has offered their receipts foi humanity cholera i? the worst. i NAVAL 8TOUKS MARKET.ed financial affairs .
building. ,
celv d a pistol shun tha arm at tta one day for the home provided the Treatment to be effective must be I Dally for The Newt bj I .

hand el) Johnson t ladies will conductors. The la When Paying Teller Short in Account
act as : a of prompt. vomiting, purgingand I Union Naval Store Co
1 The finest sterling silver Salt Lake City Utah, June 20.-Alexander
dies accepted promptly, and two willb sweat announce that the disease .011..
; goods and silver novelties is to be is combat it with I U. Robertson, member of the
Quality la whamake price. If assigned to each car, to be relievedat found at J, I. Stephens'. Prices to present PerryDavis' ww -.. ..... tie) ...... .... .-...1173 :
pltButnttt's Vanilla E-act was no better intervals not too long. The date Painkiller. All bowel troubles I WQ _, .. a 4-ai; ) li _h____ I *) city council and paying teller In Wells

please all.ICECOLD. like diarrhea, cholera morbus s _____.. ._ S *) F ._......... 18-S Fargo bank whose account showed *
i"ban" other extrca its! price would baa not been fixed, but it will be loon and dysentery are overcome by Pain y: ___._ S ,-5 5.-1 J5
WATERMELONS AT K ___ -Stf D.l zs shortage of between $85,000 and ISOr
e same nee tried killer. It is equally health-
always promot
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t.-- to tho
000 has bipietf
gives up
peed. Try the NEws Want Column. THE OARFIELD ICE CO'S. ing in all climates. Bruin Iu&fimsii5i.H z gojic act


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Il 12,000 Miners Will Lay Down Their 1 1Hempstead
Small Debt Causes Double Tragedy at' I \
; Tools and Walk Out. I I I II
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tAN OCEAN TRIP t' Birmingham! Al!L, June 30-The contract New York, June 3i).-A controversy Are in many respects like other ulcers or
existing between the I ULCERS sores and this resemblance
1 often
Mine at Hemp tead. U 1., over |2 has bep- proves fatal
( TO NEW "OHK, BOSTON k't \YOI kers of Alabama and the various 1 /fl7 cause probably win
t t ANO: ALL industrial; concerns, known as the "op : double Police a the sore with washes and salves, because the genus<)f Cancer that are mul'i-

EASTERN RESORTS ) erators." expires with the expiration tragedy. Ravo. A ho. aa plying in the blood and the new Cancer cells which are constantly developing !
l tll boarded with
recently Ca
cf today! and with its expiration the keep up the irritation and discharge, and! at last harp shout in? pains
(, t L- ris in the rear of his shoe shop lt>nI announce the approach of the eating and sl ughingsWt and
Via 1 : "1I1I1' miners of the district will PE'.IURP1ERCE'S1 : : a hideoussickening
.f The \\\\\\y\\\.\\\\Q) .. Uy I without paling his. bill in full and t'.v: cancerous sore begins its '
.. down their tools
-- and .
pick them ;
:V up n11I01' !latter kept the formers I
i[ clothing.The I destructive work. In February. 1899, noticed small I
OCEAN STGM5HU COMPANY: 1 until a new contract has, been lamp on lower hp. The doctor
A men nut later in the stn t an-1 1 I No ulcer or sore can exist with- my UIl
=i nl"l.'h'n this will bo'anoni tE'rlZed It but another came ani broke I
JI'o'u s of Ocean Breezes pli'-h..d is a question of blows were t'x'hangp.Th.\ .. quarrel out some predisposing internal cause Out into an open sore. I began to take 1
50 douht'and
WeeK grave was rE'D.'wE.d at a second ml'ding. when; that has poisoned the blood and the S. S. S. and after I had taken seven bot-
Sailings each f there is a feeiins of deep( an XII h' Ravo had a double barrel! shotgun In his i open discharging ulcer, or the f6ttrt eo the place healed entirely and no I
3 throughout the entire'il.t. signs of the disease have been seen
Savannah. Ga. Th band and in his other I II fag sore on the check other
from = relationship between hand a revolver. lip. or &Ince.V.. P. Brown, Hollands, s. c. '
: '. I I the miners and I I IA few moments later Carris lay dead! part of the body will continue to

.'" I'' -.., \ .. ,,. ,to I ",.,r rI. operators is, still most friendly bur : by the roa :. 1: ', I ', \ each side presents a determined front I I I Cancer germs or morbid matter eliminated from the circulation. {
\I'I In his breast and left side! while Rare '
-I..,.' ,. \ !' : and the indications are that it will \,' I Ii FAfORrff'PRESCRWIION I was shot twice.! He will probably de! I S. S. S. cleanses the blood of all decaying elide matter. It has great 'r'

VON linn. a.br_....Oab Ao.....$..... 7 i some time: before either ields.: II + antidotal and purifying: properties that soon destroy the germs and poisons i J ,

\ ?.,?. rte 0." TO 1 I The hief demand ot the miners ws I Died of Hydrophobia. and restore the blood to its natural condition. And when pure blood is ', } . thye. t
KB U hrr. ,,VilWlmr... .. for an increase i in the maximum II carried to the the :t. j
.'".S..I ".1 Wlrt t l IVl r U Ina.It \0 price Gadsden Ala.. June SO.-Mitchell ulcer or sore healing process
.......11...... ....".1..1 J.d."I.FIa f I of 1
) .",...",...",...",. --,{"; J raining; from 55 to G5 cents per ton. I Nelms. who lives in Fairview beat. ICE begins, the discharge ceases and the place heals j
I but in addition to this they asked for miles west of Gadsden' died Saturday over and new: skin forms. S. S. S. i is a strictly vegetable -

I spmi-monthl pay days!! and for an S. Will CURE.YOU of hydrophobia. For the past month I blood purifier containing no mercury or t .
STEAMERlUNEfSCHEDULEBetween i hour work day. The offered minerals of any description. 5 :
operators .
Mr .elms has shown signs of insanity
I to renew the oH contract just: and application had been madeto elf you have an ulcer or chronic sore of any kind.write us about it, medU i

Prnnac'nl.i anti Milton-ISimi I as it stands, and neither side showedany send him Tusoaltxisa. cal advice will cost you nothing. Rooks on Cancer and other diseases of \. i./i
to Last wek
stuns Iaily K'\c-epl: Sunday. I disposition to yield during the various IT MAKES he became dangerous and had to be : the blood will be sent free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga. \ !

"CITY OF TAMPA." I confc-ienceg which were: held.It tied in bed and during his severe I .
is customary for the miners Sound kidneys arc safeguards of Rubber hose all
I t-j struggle six: men were powerless ta sizes, at
t Lv Milton 6kiam> LvPenacola.INipm' : take a rest of a few days about Julv ( life. Make the kidneys! healthy! with I !
Milton ', I l I AKWOHINI hold him. lie barked and growledlike I II the
: Willis
Ar Hardware .
ArlfOaootati;;> am pm 1 of each year, and some believe that I Folevs Kidney Cllnol,1 !i> \\ A Co.'s. ;I.
.'ar..tIOc: Hound trip.*!:U'. I I I a dog and snapped at any one whc D'Alemb'-rti 1LM South Palanix trn-. I I
after they have laid off a short time touched him and fought desperatelyto I __ ___ Frny-Itnlnaiu Stop*the Tickling, ,I.. '
I this Ltl QUU.UT ullAve iiiflunni.Kiim i'.. '
s sear another conference will he STRONGSICKWOMN : pet; Mr Xelms was 57 I Ui Uruat
GKNKUXI FUK.NCII: CHtIH'LI- r held and terms will be aRI'Iprlll(1on h' I'Jl '
years old It is not known when ht I You will have pride m jon own

tween them and the operators. Others! was bitten but all symptoms of hydrophobia (9r.c: Vt1 I flower gardens jif they are on your
Following i the -chetlale of thegovernment. how eved, take a more ,gloomy: ,'ieor i I own round. Your husband can bUT
steamer General French \ were shown" the roaming at i This sifuattire en every box: c f the g pnu-I' I
the situation home and he can do it al
and predict a long drawn now,
d which THE NEWS prints for the the mouth and aversion to water 'IaxativeBromo'QuhiineTahets: he think
' benefit of the iiitTcluut, who! ship out contest with the usual du.a.stroeffect .." the riuiedy flat cures! a cola In one Cay. ,: woman may wants a home of her
German-American Teachers Meet.
upon business in all its branch"S
their goods to the various army
own, and if she will have a talk with
i The
Detroit June thirty-seconJ 1
pot;;: \IIHwlnuy.: Thus. C. Watson & Co. the
Lf8M- Prnsftcola ... n.n T.ooa.' m. : Was Liliuokalarti's Secretary. WLL& contention of the National As.-oc'.i- I I ,
LtaHarranell..... .. .... T:;,11 a. m. {I i Colorado Springs Colo. June ::0.i .-- tion of Gt'rman.\merican Teachers is I The undersigned takes thi method i leading Real Estate Agent, theyf
L-ftvt-s Hu-kHi .. ... a'a'. a. m. ) :> !erin:!' her service* as can show her how easy it is to get
Leaves larrancxi. .. ....... ":Ha.: m, i Frances M. English: killed in the Colorado : now In session in Detroit. It is CApected ,I II art-chts licensed,, midwife navin a'i I one.

J>ai"rs ern-aC01a ...Huioit.; in, : Midland wreck at Cascade >es- I that between: :) and 3nn members i had 35 experience I -
and tbrn ; years
Arrives KHrrmHfti Ill i a. m. I
makes a trip to 'ort )lelt..1! and then returns -i trrdawas private secretary to QueiLilmokalani will be present The contention i Can give be
to CarrniKas.Leaves : of Hawaii and was author ; Plural Name of i: Hiirrani-Hs 1::15 p.m.Leaves from the. Willis Hardware
A few days ago I was asked bj a for- I M. GIDDEXS,
rukrus .. J.i5 p. in of the famous pro lamatinn to the
... -I"I "ipner.Vh.x' do st 'txvo herrings lIt South DeVilliers.
Leaves r*n-acoU l: p. m. before you jltf : : Company.
American people issued Just sLe The Same Old Story.
Lt-axrs 1'ickfus ili p. m. and 'two soles' and not 'txxo cuds' and ,
Arrive Kurrancas i::!>l p. m. and makre was dethroned. Mr English was a .1. :\. Kelly relates an oxhuPriene
trip to McKre and return. I two i;ilinousi" I do not think my similar to that which has happenedin
Oxford and
of prattieeilaw
On 1Vedric diy andrdtardaythe: : graduate; aI'H'rlS very satisfactory, but the almost every neighborhood in the D R. MOFFETT'S
both England and ia Col raJJ. will leave Hirranca-. via 1'ick- in 'luestion Miiruestrd the tltoiuht:: that I'nitcd States and has been told and

era for l'enacola\ at ti:;ijlj p. m. -Vacation- -Days.- -- t'II'I'arl' seral: ('a-\'S ill which it retold by thousands of others. He

The General French is for army i, wou'.d! be ditlicult to say whether there says:; "Iast summer I had an attack
purposes only and auy outsider mu-t Vacation tune is hire and tho chil- of dysentery and purchased a bottle of i.
:< aiiythini like a consensus "f opinion :
nave a pas from the quartermaster: ilnn are taiily living! ; out of doors. Chamber Iain's Colic. Cholera and
..s t*> whether a pluia! form of the
o take passage o 1 her. Tin re could 1no hcaltlmr place for Diaiihoea whit I used according '
I name of a is admiible. We all ( TEETHING POWDERS)
tin Yon need
m. only to guard against I to direction.s and with entirely
V Knitted UritlritriMini.A the accidents iiuideptal l to mat Speak of soles! herring: sprats' lampreys ,
upon : satisfactory result The trouble was Hurg M'Huos. l't'1'L IMS*'i.
joniu loupliwen- uurrird in IVn- air !-)lurts. No rtrined Iy equals] leVitt's11Vitch ) and anchovies, the singular; form controlled much quicker than former r. y.J. W. Hfrrr(<.f Xrkanfu: tethodl We.ondrrhowaebaierusrdcb'ldr.Corferenre.writn 'Fnr'- 'cd imibi find.flft it 0.II..7thrrdaralad?ct-nn f.irub .iiplraeemail In Sl metwot.rkareeot"TLaIBiNA" ,,.

eton I' a.K uut a Imll'd'r <,t their Haztl Salve for quickly fetopIiina IIl'n r. I beliexe. Main, service for the attacks when I used other. remedies.\ Kiin trnt n.a,.....11\1:f and it cam al a molt O|>|H '' ties in La I con litinnd>r days and nothing fiulve gave did any pn of seiions !
;; pain or removing datmtr plural. No one, I think, sass mackerels Mr well known ,-itiz''n of .
friendand r l.ui\es :i-M-uile! l at tinrailunv Keely is a '
ftrlta t r.-lu and ho hat bad no lurlbei trouble. Oilier rocmb.'n of the Umi f bate used it and every doe has
vintiiiii IK MV tlit'in off mi their +I con&(' |'iencis. For guts i-calda cods salmons trouts, !breams Henderson. X C For ale bv all) titan a iriect tuccesi.BOYS .

linnet tii'Miii 111.1 ,.li-n| 'r-> awl rite \\ t'reIHIW and wvun'K. "I used Ic1Vitt'sVitclil! 'lladt. carps plaices! !busses, barbels drugKi't1; and IIlt'tlkm. ,1t-1I1t'".
{ Hazel salve for sores, cuts anlI I Sturgeon; perch, mullet! pike, tiirlmt --------- and GIRLS!' lIoyOU.I Ifch lomak"/tIItU"ntr.
> T '>I i in the t i:,!].i'y! pair a" they money UuiIng spare Mioiiii-nU: 11
liruists. L. 11. Johnson Swift
says I do 8E'1I-
' tunnx and skate have not umijua.lythe ; so you ran rrmlilj KO by
1"arll.IIIII' tram \\1eii tluyrot (,11111'1' Tex. "It i is' the best rtmetly cm the IF YOU ARE Ins our "Blueine." <" per rent, cOlllmlon on all Fal.- An iDdispt-uxablv article for
fO..tllo1..I'atl'. in th., ( ir. the pn I mark,t." Sore:: cure for piles and plural form in 's"1'fishermen bousflmU,,, }.try ladplbti-ughttdwbenthe! It. One tbi-et makes Ibe HntHHluf
I and fishmongers: are inclined ..tT you ever used In (ti .a.b. write today. bt-for your territory l.' taken tyvoinpoiie
lK>ticil .1 I"H.t l in the aisle aixl. tliiiik- skin dia! >es. Il--ware of l'ollnt'r'i LOOKING FOR BARGAINS eNe. and .*. will tend by return mail one dozen packages of 'Blu ine."
in;.: !II \\i- one had IK.tit tliio\\n fdl,;. Ilamin' Pharmacy, John Slup-:, to avoid the plural form in some When you have sold them, return u, so<-., retaining the balance. 4Vr., ai jvur comma I
'. instances where it is emploxcd by the Iou, Im'not It-lav but wrltf at once
and Kahn. of hi pard Sydm
> ir hj ; jui.ilfru
< MIIUI! ---- .. Bog I. I'liila. 1'a
\cldr. h, (;ir;> \ M.11'.1LTl'Itl\(1 <(< O. Drpt. O IS.
-. ,!'- 1 1'1'1\' the !UMit out of tin- win- majority of educated people. In some I I II -

lliiW .iU;e _-:.m '\\v IHOVIII,. It hap| I \n Inrrnnnrtl I'tua of 1IIIIIInd.: caws there is considerable uncertainty. I For the next ten days I will sell

I'em-ii '.'".H ii.-! iMMit 11111\,1; to a wliIv.KHvii .I Writing of l'rim'II'rt in an article I This I have aMertained by means uf a I you any article now ia tock at a ROYAL STANDARD \\VllISIEY\' {
: .
Tufunto iiiiiiniori'ial tnnelcrWho ill the Century on "The Royal l'aDli! fair number of test*. ,\moll;? thei.i arecarps
discount of 'J5;: cent from the reg-
had H'llHAI'll his Hats( to vas !h1" i>t Kngland," Professor ( I Sear Urown- shads, tenches. Compiler* of per

nears ti'i't. tin the amil nf the train I' ill;: says: j Hn-lis; grammars v<| far a!" my expe I. ular price. Think of it-you will 8 Years Old, in Cases of 4 Full Quarts, at $3.20 per case

, lit I..inl.u. (lit- lirul ';;r< itiiiv.i< ioiuIn'Iicil 1'roui thc first the prince hdtntifiedhi1Ii4if ri'nl'l'(01". in treating of plural! foims save $.'-t on a diamond ring or pin. t __ u__ __

r in |Miivhivf a nc\\ pair of loots : with tie! <[tleeI ill all .ef 1.1- of nouns make tin note of the naine i f I where at regular: price it would cost

fur th .11'1111111I"1'-1'111'1111I11 i.lnU*. i it Tin1}' had one mind and one fish which du not vary in the p'utal.-'! fluo. See ; you save 2:> cents on THI "> WHISKEY i ell-tilled at the Nel*)n Co.,
'., Distillery: and i i-; fully matured in wood
Notes and
---- ---- null. Uisin;': exry tin rlling with the Queries.Ihackeray i'every dollar's worth you buy. Now before bottling it is ab-olutely pure and not excelled

I'"i"It'.1 "IIUUPA +ti"n. I tlaxxii the prince xvent into his x\ork is the time to buy your diamond \ IM quality any Whi-key IIf the same age

stun,' !lIarri..,] lade: :t. niton eritif I 1'Kini where their two tables staid n. it Mioixr.iin.In :! watch or any other article in tock un matter where 'produced. The Hoyal! :Standard

t'sil! lii Sir fru-n.U Io..all"(. < the hide by side, and read all their! coireundent Thaikerax's ease the justticationof : and is euht: rear-> old when l Ituh'd. and, considering

fri'itlwith: wlmli .he! :11'1"1'1" little I (.{ e, arratmim:: cxtTytliiui; for artitieial nani's, if it be riirlit: to I very cheat Call exainitiiBroods. excellent; cjuilitr. i- the cheapest. wliikey in

n tfiit.oii,*. from friends 111' the other I the <|Utvli's collelli'liceLeU she speak
sex slmuM arrlx-e. He knew all her with all the solid realitj. of the life portraxed 11 only ten dt".s. No trouble to -howgoods. au ab-iilutety pure there i i-; none better.

t .Mil' ellt Katl.erilU w n !h ells at : thoughts and assisted all her actions.yet : we are never allow! (,! to lo-e J. I. :STEPHENS.: Chipped caecontJiniii in> mark whatever to I Iilldil'ale

tendedh| drew from h. r I.I .M K..t !h..r'Ian' so adroit and self sarritteing xvas sibt: of the author and his art in purtr.r.ture. j II:'South Pal ifox.treet.The the whi-key.eoutPiin.H not; If-ati purcha-pr.-tied with upon the! examining quality he

( I M.i:i.IKi'rehlef. in \\hieh knot hul his coudtict that all the merit and pop- lie is ever at band to underline i can return"* -.ame at our expense and money

1 lat'n ii-.d in order to cal! to her wind I tilanty came to her. The i"i.ple had the snobbirj or laugh: off the Ila'j fiue-t line of umbrellas in the will be refunded.

sums HIM' 1.:1:1 duty i no idea that he interfered xxith public thos. Theie is a strong strain of at J. I. StephenGo lookat I. All orderliould bf accompanied by either
city is
satirist .in him and satire is kin to allegory. order bank draft or ex-
.1' .II Vic, Ktui the| Hiinliir yiitin;;: I affairs jet had they letleeteil they them. hour VEARSOLD currtncv. pn-tniice nimiey
Inn rrl, d lady I tt M-\eral gallants alnmt must have known that it was inevita Tlitre i is even a strain of the I fir pre,s iiinncy frdpr.'a -fer to First National

l.r.'h..\ i* that knot in m.\ handkeriliief i 1.1,'. Once diirini:: the Crimean war. caricaturist ready to emerge; in the I l'ii.V-r..inmi Kriipxro night:: Away VLTADARD}{ hank or any merchant in Peu-acola.

'. I II.,I it the to 11'miiitl me t>t when the notion ,51.t nl road that tb<- Un.Kt of I.S noblest art. and luukid a ei -cJj cud toil old?

KitiieiliiuuVUat eould it IK'M -':" I I'l'lnee had intervened there were tales He is especially fond of putting:: ou I S. A. FRIEDMAN

him to the'': the :airs and of the showman. wish the best : ,
I.i bud said an old lady nhotuerlie.ud : of treason and of sending graces If you; very Js'
her and who is noted for tin : tow' on the day of the pniu-e's His preface to "Vanity Fair" is headed ice creamfreezer at th k
cold ieelioiind Saturday.fharles "P.efore the Curtain." and this great SOLE I'Kcii'KiEToK. PENSAC-OLA.
luridiiiinevs! of her n-part.:"it death on that I
probably tii-il in order to remind wn"l Knmsley said to the presentwriter noxel of n'allife concludes with "Come, i lowest price, the Willis

children, let Mint the box and Hardware Co. please I I', o. ItO[ II" I1D.1 .
chat sun are marruil. "lie was king: of fur i us up I can r11sKe 4

twenty years, and no one knew it." the puppets' for our play' is played i iwIt.

." And Thackeray'sbovinau's you. ____ __ a.a.aY1.NHM.Ya'ton"K '
xxe accept' cla of sold in
I j. handle every Lquors ,
A. K Ross, of Morjranto\\n Ind.. had
; The NaderuIehod.. htllllor.-Buckwoot.l'1! Mag: tot bulk or bottle wholesale or retail, at prices that
We will launder spreads
to gtt MI| tin or tuelie tunes in the your I
night and had severe liackadie anitpains I "1 nm writing a story of a struggling: azine. .- 15 cents each and make them look are way down.

in the kidnejsVas i-ured byFoltvs Inn'lIhlr." \like uw. Htar Laundry. f AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PAJST BEER.

Kidnex Cure Sold byV.. A.jrAltnihuti. "It won't do" answered the abruptly I! A Cure For Summer Complaint. i .. I.

.. 121: South I'alafox street.nrloua I critical friend. "Imentors dolt strujjlc :?- I Summer complaint is unusually prey i

I, nowadays. They let the people who alto among children this stasonell \ ( 7f# WICKS & Col .

( M> l<-.. ..I Irllrr l.ll.llliu I, are eager to buy stock do the strugglins. \\' developed case: in the writerfamily :

Ally one ill the of IerusiIl oldlettir : ."-Washin>rton Star. was tnrf-tl lat week by the j nIl I.. on rery box cf the fnnine

> is irtkU with the tone of ;treatbumihty No False Claims. Cholera timely use and of Diairhoea Chamll-rlain's n..mply-unl'Colic. I Laxative Bromo.QuinineT bieu I Plumber Gas and Steam/fite?

and dtt''rt.n.e which I IHTailis .(>f the best (patent medicines rnanuacttired the remedy that care a fold In one da/ 1

\ the iMrn'sjMiudetiiv of our ane '<'- The proprietors of Foley Honey and which is always kept on I 1 .

tc>r>'. I and Tar do not advertise\ this' as a land at the home of ye scribe.! This Water coolers that do not I No. I South Palafox Street .. ,

A few sptMiuetl; of the style of lie- I "sine cure for consumption. They i.3 not intended as a free puff for the waste ice at the Willis All Kind oi Plumbing and GaR Fittings MaterialKept on Hand :

&;IUUill;: and ciulmi: letnr may prm : ilo not claim it will cure this dreadromplaint onipanx who do not advertise with ....'.Io ...unNIiI": .ecaraetru A. f.A l i ,
.. to in adxanced (cases but do us. but to benefit little suflVrt who Hardware Co.'s.WEEKLY .
ililt .. ,.1111.: as III "nkiu;::: -
faith p(1sitit ely assert that it will cure in nay not be within (la"al'cess of a '
the Luonu"jours olwdieiitl.v the earlier states and never fails togive ph :"iciall. No family should' be with l3CIIL DULI
fusty! or "trulv"of the I'rtst-ut diy A. :M. ;
J comfoit and relief in the xxorstrases. nit a bottle of this medicine in the Avery '
It would itit.unlj 1 I.. .htli.'ull to m.itih ( Koley's Honey and Tar is louse. especially in summer tinu'.- FOB STEAM DIVISION I'

the following; Miliselil'tloll of a letter without doubt the greatest throat and Lansing:. Iowa, Journal. For sale bx PEimCOLA! KLKCTUICTKKM1HAIHAILWAY :. I )

I from the Duke of sinewsJur.x to Sir Inns; nniPdy Hi fuse substitutes all druggists and medicine COMPANY.Trstns Sri'CKS-bOK! TO AVKKYIKLFOJ, '' 1# I j. '.

f Thouus ILinint, d.ited : Sold bxV. A \l-mbette. 1:: 1 South ------- t'

: 17U.: "I l\to-irl' that yen Will l-eliexe Palalux , I I leave Pen acol.. for the LUll IMPORTER AND JOBBEIOFHARDWARE. t, t i

that xxhtn \t'r I am. I shall alxxaj endinxor ------ thewell' : Bayou Big Rayon W..rrlLgton, NIY7 Y..niQd 1
Toe Home Fort Barrances at
' units,'tit andrj niiub tamecuur Happy i ill!
..rrln..t Port Barrancai r:16".L
D-SO: m !
1' frieinNhiii. IK-IIIJ. with a s lll'-n' CASTORIAFor iooo: a. m.arrive at Fort Harr..ncaI10:6b a.Bi I
f.tmu.. sir, jour mo"t faithful and >lu- furnished home. Marston :uo p.m...rrlve..t Fort Barranoai 1:66)) .
; at Fort Barrancai 4:16 p n I
I tLetit M-rxant. hrexxsiuaj.:' Infants and Children. $ Quina can supply you m. : Barrancai TuOp Iron, Xail-, Axe;;. :Ohonl". RawMillaad uamboat \
Freijliently one watts with iKIlliMsOCuliMriptlolls .8-oup.m.arrive at Kort Barrancai 8:4Sp.n Supplies Cooking and Heating Moves, Pat. Oily .
:." III the e.lse of the The Kind You Have Always BougW! with all needed in the way Tr lni ,eave Fort Bsrranoasfor Penis : Window Ola--. CJuus. Pistols and Fi--hinrackle. i

Earl of' lluntlx all.! r.rnd.ho.. in of house furnishings at the cola at arrive at PensacolaW a. a11iW Agate and Tinware aim IIouselurniMr ? Goods. -I j }
7-15 a.m.
,1 J.VM. threateiuil ".ixxful ('"'I'''-.llIt'n.'''-'' Bears theMYERS // 'Divest' prices cash or creel ll. \ p m. ..rrITe..t Jen&acola_lltS p.n J i ftrAl

t*> the Ii4I straits ..( Al.erde 1Iht* LiRnatnre of ar ":DO p. m.arrive arrive at .l>en cola.__ iMf.avoo StS p a F. FOB BIRMINGHAM ItOLLINU Mil C'IMPANY'J ; ;

e they lele.iv-d tvriain telltleilietl ltlprI T-pip( p.m m. ..rrlve..t Pen iacola.___ .tip Revere Giant :Stitched: belting, Northampt' Emery ,
CHICH ESTER'S Er4GLISMENNYRQYAL ..rrln..t Pensacola.-: D. r Laftin & Hand Powder Co.. Johim'a Kalomine. '
!'onHl In their: City and iii eribed. I g:16. p. m j Wheel Co.,
If II f 8 turd jionly and Rar.sVm..
PILLS Iron Kin; and Kuck Moves
"Y iiir,. a< ye whit either present peace I r. DATS.feniaoola -
y&aaOaWlrF I '
Hide Lace Leather lasury'sMade
tea.iae.aAle. Coups & t'o. ;
<>r weir. : VOTES AGAINST + ave ladle,... to Fort Barraacai retora toPPnkacolatoNavy Color i
/I'' .. 4.'r (.llIcII..n M"U .HI' Yard and return_ Vfeniaoola > Railroad

More T..... SCHOOL BOOKS .t Q ..t Ht.I'..flii"I n.4..14 T. .a'i.e...'h.t o.q. H.r... to Palmetto Beach and retora IfcSU5DAT Masonic Temple. Pe- eola. Fla. f t
FREE II..C...... , ..4 .. .C :BDUDB. I P;
She-They held a mirror over her I r -'J ;; '., i I'arnn.r.:' '' ..T: '::.. .b when weather permit the running c :
<< face to see If she was alive. I doll Senate Bill No. 132: A Bill to be ......H.II.r errs Ldl...a....... >0 r1r CoMtiea.LesvtPenssoola.. j
: .... ........,.... open mmPANy
understand that 1 .-. I., till.. I..aee P .4., IT Tort BarruM- : W. B. WRIGHTMANCFAC7CREP.3 I >> !

HP-\\'hy. you see. If she wn; alive entitled "An Act to provide for school .... S ...4 .b.'rr_. .." 4 I'N.Inlr.l'.11 t. DaP \1a.9a.m.m. 1C H a. m.m- ( !

shed open her eyes and look in it books in the counties of this State. 1p.m. !I pm.. : I AND2ALEIU IN :

The bill passed the senate by a vote ( + CURE YOURSELF Ip.m p.m.Ip.m P-m. l Hi

Two Bottles Cured Him. of 17 to 11, Mr. Myers voting againstit. CrRns fff Big 6 farcnastarsl. tp.m P m. --- LUMBER LATHS I'
"I tMiiid.vl with kidney comllaint lalr.days. nlcrraiioni tp.m. 8pm. i i''
was 611. ea..aaaed irntatiott or Tp.m. ii ,
for about two rears: writes A (Senate Journal, Page ) 0ot.71tt.r., cf mueoOB nifojorinfj. e p. m. I : ,
Panle.aadnututno.s -
Iv..raac..ta5i YA alt FOB 8C1 '
11 I>axi oi Mt. S'erlms. la. "but two O .A. S TO HI: A. 1stEYA.IGIYciCo. Ernt4rpWnoai0rCINNATi1o. eniaoola to ort Barraneai AaT" ) ;I !I SAIEDCIPEESSSfilMLES-MrieiSa)1) '.1 ,
kittles of Fulty's Kidney Cure effecteda 1014 br BrnnUtl, lard and return-- a-
its lK tj Yin Ha'8 A'aas p77QJ
iieimanont i'urs." Sold byV.. AJ1 B.m'h ) Da pr tnt In plat wratter, ftataoola 10 Palmetto Beaoh sag ,' 4LU -t '
by eaprn, rrepsid. Li '.'uru._______ l6No _,. PENSACOLA, Fl. 11'
South Palafox street. Bpatl.o'.J -
fI'\1.'mhf'rt. S botilr.' $ .75. .i\'J
alter 1:15 B. t
received p.
'drcolM trelint
kilt ,
I en 1tYGr4t
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Will Be Prohibition Candidate for'' ,
Let the COLD DUST twins do I
Governor | your work
of Alabama.

World Over-Fully Matured. I I Moatgomtry, Ala., June 30.-The | I For State Senator. It1.

Famous the EVERYWHERE. R v.V.. D. Gay has announced as ai I The friend- Hon. \V. A. Blount For County Commissioner. t

SOLD I I prohibition candidate for governor.Mr. I her by announce him a* a caudid rte I hereby announce myself a? a :

I Gay does not affiliate with thej I II for :Mate Senator from this. the r ec- candidate for county commissioner, .

I ]Democratic party but what stock he !II ocd t Senatorial Di-trict. and respectfully from di-trict 4. subject to the action !

Drnglsta' Colored Dottlp. I ]hag taken in has ask" the! support of all Democrat of the voters at the ensuing demo
Knew Ike Rt> .OD. I politics been as a
>run tell; me why it Is." be Those huge glass bulbs of red and I prohibitionist straight. Hence the II I II I for nim at the coming: primary.For cratic primary July 15. : '

a yellow: and blue water which ure called D.11'. c. YARBROUGH. j I'For ,
,", in be began divius under the primary If one it called, will not be % 1 Representative.The -
)l.orc bottles are gradually\ ceasing to J 1 1-:
? .. t my frlii'lHTs always I teem to disturbed by that particular Issue. pC County Commissioner.
t.. 're a feature of the decoration of drug; tb friends of Scott M. Loftin take j
yet I :aryl clar user against the gists' windows. In the past they were Mr. Gay. better known as "PastorGay t this means of announcing him as a The friends of J. B. Roberts announce :

\fll ," is famous aa the pastor of the I candidate for Representative in the him as a candidate for reelection ,
tb to
'Yrf, dar," she answered pleas red necessary every drugstore as a Adams Street Baptist church in Mont. Lezislature: from Escambia county, as county commissioner
white pole Is to a barber shop, and.they desire the of all from District 1 .
tomery. which he tried to run on purely support subject to the action ;
.. but they have not as the pole has a of
Democrat* in the corrins primary the democratic primaries
1, u. in ] scriptural lines and in the govern-1 July ;
well defined history All that I 15.
druggistsm They believe that the material
;, drr ,
1.i eat of which he put forward futh
is it?" know of them is that they; have been A* a cleaner: soap doesn't begin to Compare w.'Ji: For Reoresentative. interests of the county demand nU :
\\ 'jI M the true source of all healing. Ha I'himself The friends of Henry C. Clopton re-election :
used and
iloa't put them away always as window ornaments. i I I I I they ask the support i I
""- UMyou IIIri..r; rack when you take The brilliant liquids that they containare practices what he preaches. | GOLD OUST announce him as a candidate for of every democrat in securing i-= ;; j ,1
jc made He travels widely and heals the representative in the Legislature -
cheaply and of chemicals I
t5 r ,-:, U and water. Thus a solution ofvpkr through prayer, anointing and thela'lng DUST does mo'e work better work and doer |
it cheaper. It saves backs as wet: as pocketaooks. the support of all democrats in the .
on of heads I announce myself a candidate for i
( and ammonia makes blue. Bi- .
I'aelnre. I 'Made only ty THE N. K. coining; democratic primary. election
Mr. Gay he will as county commissioner for
chromate of potash makes orange. Auii i says make an active Chicago. New
f :;. ii:/ minister never gets York. Bjswn. St. LojiS. district No. 1. at '
r-; ..arked the young bus- line dyes Lave of late been used In the 'i| and thorough canvass of the state.L. =-=!Makers.o!.OVAL_FAIRY.SOAP.lour For Representative.The July 15th.; and ask primary for the to support be held of ,
chemicals'' ': friends of Chas. M.Coston announce ;
place but the liquids fade all '
\\" L U just refuwd his wife a democrats. ,
in a strong sunlight and have Crt-Iluent.1 & N. to Enlarge Shops. RloErapli. him as a candidate for representative LEE DANIELL.
I endeavor to change the : i.j I
to be renewed. j Decatur Ala. Here is your bios'rai-h.v in nutshell in the legislature from 1---- ,
r,Ink he'd make a good ly The liquids colored June SO-The infonnaI ; { a : -
cambia and thek the
iheniically the other band last well "Korn, uelcoiueJ. can'sH..l. cried, fed, county For County Commissioner. ;
I on j I tlon has been given out by a Louis. support of all democrats m tLe com- '

ed the wife -rtarnily, "he I I I nigh turct'Philadelphia llecord. I j ville and Nashville official that it has ;grew: aiau'.ed .reared studied examined in primary.For The friends; of W. A. Shelby here- t ',.

1 graduated in lu\e. loml engaged; by announce his candidacy for re- .
1I been
1 D ake 11l'r)' good one ,. definitely decided by the compI election
rte Kan. J martini quarrc-linl. reconciled sufftred, Railroad Commissioner. as county commissioner [ i
d to enlarge its this
us. I I ny shops at place: '
Pol Smith Russell bad three young I mourned and forgotten." Recognizing fully tt.e rights, of the district No. 3 of cambia :1.i
to nearly double the size iI
present county, subject to the action of the
: farmers and producers to more consideration J ;
nieces living; in the west, of whom lie I II i*
Nasal fond. On !. capacity. One thousand more men 1'la.C.r..d. at the hand* of the; Florida democratic primaries: July 15, and j 1
ears occasion I
wasery one s-o will be employed, 500 skilled and 5'XJ' Harriet Railroad Conmi"lion, I solicit ask for him the hearty support of all '.
fgMaflAhtD the story goes he took the 'ounI'ot oftDPm '' Julia use a goo'
CATARRH Sr for a walk and bought her some I|' unskilled increasing the total number i j deal of face powder? the support of all Democrats whoapprove -
Rny1nD to nearly 2.000 and will make the I of the declaration of principles -
a: e[ t .ten candy on the agreement that it wax ): : Jenny-Face invder! She ought! tolelong set forth in platform. For I'ouni ly OUIIIIII-.KHIIUT. i
my ,
narfprER'It I Decatur shops the largest on the
s rf '' to the Plasterers' "
not to be eaten until they reached her uaiou.Fbley's Copies of platform sent to any one After due consideration I appeal ,; ,
Louisville: and Nashville
1)'a ( rum Iljlm o.Q o home. They started but Iteforo they ;j system. The I addressing at We-t Palm Beach to my many friends and the demo ;

"Ite had gone far the little girl propos-ed, j'i i I contract for the buildings has been Kidnev Curt |pin ifies th> Fla. K. Hl' ):-OX BlRH. cratic voters; a* a candidate for the :

bow 5I "Let's wun!" Her uncle declined, and let and work will commence in sixty I 1,100.hy straining out impuiitics/ an.l olliceot county commis-ioner from
i. days or as soon as material tw tones the whole For County Treasurer. district four of
there I can up srstF'm. Cures Escambia county.
.! was lung plt-adlng, all to no purj j The friends of Frank K. Brawner
Finally! the little I placed. These snaps have Just com-1'j kidney and bladder troubl: .- Sold! hD'AlemIJ"rte \' 'Ieu.e remember me at the primary
lKe. girl stopped,
him indidate
hereby announce as a c
r ilni p &cr4 f Into the nostrils, sprf nljULO knelt down on the pavement and offered pleted an order of 3uO cars, and have !W. ;A. 121 South: Pala for County Treasurer of E-cambia election of the democratic party .
15; Hltl'
fox street. July !. D. MKKRITT.. :
a: ii ;11 tl-orU'j. Ilelief: : :s im- up the petition, "Dod please commenced on another order of 350 I County, subject to the action of the : Olive. Fla. .,

!'ruaOHa It is Lot drjmj; -iott make Uncle Sol wun." cars. democrat* primarie July 15, and

or; -:..n;:. Lwge Sute,M centi at IJru;:. I ask for him the of the voter
I "It was simply a question of my los I support }'ur County C'ommiaMotier.The :
Tr.a!See, :O Ct-Dt bj mai.:. : .
k The Best Liniment For Strains. ;
ing dignity or her losing her faith I
... 11 EHx Warren Street.New York. my For County Treasurer. friends of R. Rathwell of 1
in God," said Mr. Russell In relating Mr. F. H. Wells, the merchant at i / I announce myself a candidate for Bluff Springs; hereby announce him j

+ the incident "so we ran as fast as we Deer Park, Long Island N. Y., says: l : renomination for tIe position of as a candidate for County Commissioner -

could for home" "[ always recommend; Chamberlain's ) county treasurer of Escauibu county from district No. o'of Escam: '

PUBLICITY FOR Pain Balm as the best liniment for I subject; to the action of the democratic bia county subject to the action of i

strains. I used it lat winter for a primary. the democratic primaries July 15,

THE PEOPLE. $too In\\\: 1m .:$! 100. severe laml'ns.In: the side, result- I I J. W. FRATER.For and ask for him the support! of the

The reader of this paper will be ing from a strain and was greatly; f voters ..' I

pleased to learn that there I is at leas pleased with the quick relict and cureit L Tax Assessor. I
ben Hard Co Cent For Chairman Executive '
C Committee.
a r
sale all drug II
effected. For by d I hereby announce myself as a
and Fvery Word is Head one dreaded di eae that tcienceas i i i gists and medicine dealers.Foley's candidate for re-election as Tax As- The friends of John B. Jones hereby

liy K>er> body.M been able to cure in all its stages''. :. sea-or for E-cambia county, subjectto announce his candidacy for chairman ;

s + mid that i is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh i j:! the action of the democratic primary of the E cambia County Demo-
Cure i i- the only positive cure now : Honey and Tar July 15. cratic Executive Committee, sub-

'ION IY. 'l'U-- .L. .INU.. ....-.. ...." Known to the medical fraternity ,', cures colds, prevents pneumonia. ir 'y- i! W. W. RICHARDS. : ject to the action of the democratic
Catarrh being a constitutional dtsrr I 1 I > voters of the county at large at the

,1 I.. .TO LOAN +''n hou+fhold furnl- 'tae, require- constitutional treat 1 ---- .. I I For Tax Collector.I primary July 15; and ask for him

ai' ip ur.rl..rlv ..Ut'1 erm-" mid racy all kinds Mtrlctcst.Hr of per n.ent. Hall'aCatarrh Cure is taken II I Dowman Resigns Presidency. I I hereby announce myself as a the hearty support! of the voters. ._, '

r.ti-Kl. Apply! to A. A. Kiaber, internally acting directly upon the : candidate re-election as Tax Collector
Oxford Ga., June SO.-Rev. E. C
1'.1101,11 !strtti.N blood and mucous surface of the ; i I' For Breadi for Escambia county, subjectto For Secretary Executive Committee.
system, thereby de-troyinjfthe foun I Dowman has tendered his resignation' Baking the action of the democratic primary The friends of Hen I). Beers announce ,
:NK:: i T" i.h,:; II on unproved nl t--s- dation <>1 the di-ea-e, and giving the as president of Emory colle:e. II : July 15. his; candidacy for Secretary ,
1111.1- ,( Int..r..1 Inryr or tall m on lt Lt-sliH amountial t:. Brooks low, patient -uvnirth by building up the I: has been appointed\ presiding elder o ef :i!i a GAS RAXGE I is always reliable. A. H. D'ALEMBERTE. of the E-cambia County Democratic

a' -y tlH ,. :"'t", >S. 1'.101 Bt.. i-lier coii-titution and a--i-ting nature in i the Atlanta district and will soon u Your oven is the - --- ---- Executive: Committee subject to the .
always ready to
.01 Ull1nl doing its work. The proprietors'!: sume the duties of that position. Tha I II i: For Tax Collector. action of the democratic voters of

have =.) much faith in its curative I I Atlanta district of which Dr. Dowman'' minute, at just the temperature you The friends of Henry Bellinger an the whole county at the primary '
> T" (I. \\ -|", you nd money :, that they olFer One Hundred nounce him as a candidate for Tax July 15; and ask for him the
.M"NK. fan lin'IOw .uy aiODUtYOU, Rxndayonrx fowl'r. for any ca-e that it fails to''!. will cave charge is the largest and'I!! want and you can keep it at thei Collector of Escambia: county subject of the voters. support '
-I I 't ifrnii and lowest rates : in the southern Methodist i to the democratic primary to beheld ..-' ,..
Send for lit of testimonials
*i y..o.uhl"IIhl ,'improved city real 1 cure. i i, right temperature all through the --- --- -
i.tfr'iiaS'iu luber.s South VaUoiilTiwl Addre--. F. J. CHKXEY:; & Co., church having within its confines'!' July 15, 1102, and request the For Member Executive Committee.The .
( In-tl Jbakinjr.: You don't have to of all Democrat
Toledo, O. I. about twenty-two charges and 10.000 :] worry support friends of John Touart announce -
--- --- -
vou WANT I"' xoRI' W MO> EYInvetl tr lld by Druggists, 75c.nllltl..IIIIL. members. The poaltion of presiding !i i: about draughts, damper or chimney ; For Member School Board. him as a candidate for mem

"lIr.abtraOII money of \n.ttnjrr.. l>VD u> .r or property...11 real, pro-I' ... Flag. ; elder is consequently a most important your bread is always right. Therej The friends of W. M. A ( .. rent property of .any'description have i hU for the from precinct 1. and ask for
by announce candidacy
After the rattlesnake had been adopt 1 j j i is nothing like for .
.fan. collected or your taie, attended to, gas Lakinjr.i nomination as a member of the him the votes of the democrats of
lion. or .n1d re., Thxs. C. ''\ at ion to. nl as! au emblem ami had appeared on'' i iaPensacola i I. the precinct at the primary July [5.
.1 "at. aDd Insurance school board from district No. 8,
agents Pens Announces for State
> Senate.
the flags of seuTHl of the colonies -- -- --
a. H a. ('banru moderate Benj j --
everyone subject to the primary
t. .IUTI biota II to lot build from a a house* we ".'II1It'od money Janiin franklin defended the device on: }; Decatur Ala. June 30.-Hon. C. Gas Co. July the loth, 19u2. For Member Executive Committee.

Hd-tf the groundthat the rattlesnake 1 is i Albes. chairman of the Morgan coo --- --- -- The friends of Frank Reilly announce -

I :J.C )VI TIC ) %.- '-= found only In America; that all serI I ty Democratic executive committee', No. 3 S. Palafox St., Pensacola Flu For Member Board Public Instruction.The him'as a candidate for member -

... . ...-. "'" .-ntb' emblems were considered by the i iaiu'ieut.s has unofficially announced his candidacy friends of Hon. Elijah Ward of the County Executive Committee ,
'I\ iv: \TKH-K. : WHITE: will rontlnaet to I"1 symliols of wisdom; that'Lis for the state senate to represent announce hU name as a candidate' from precinct 13 and a-k for I
: .. bright lidless I this the I I I
clpiiifygl district second.
:i. r 'hool room ofl errs '
Board of Public Instruction from voters of the
precinct at the!
r -nircli B"si tMl by Mism lance I'July
: that he !
; ne\er attacks withoutfirst has long been prominent in state poli.tIl I
a. n-ontly rttturned I -OF- district Xo. 3 of Escambia county, I l.:>.
oi.ncctlon with tb. ..I"! ;.:1\'Ingtalr warning of his prt's'I j j 1 !. but has never offered for office subject to the action of the demo

\1 w',,I, '.Hcli liii4- .'H(.uttim.T TticyliKviAlior school c-noe; that Lis rattles, while distinct. i before. H4t will be opposed by Arthur f FRUITS AND CONFECTIONER ij [ !' cratic primaries July 15. For Executive Committeeman. 1 1I

"fMt"i Ktiiina Oxen., are so firmly joined that they cannot I S. Lynne. a prominent young law I hereby announce myself as a '
i "' Mho. "lll give I..,.ou. in be separated without U-ing ruined forever of Decatur For County Commissioner I candidate for member of the County
yer '
4 p-nniaii-hip. c'i! ru" to tbfir r"lIlIl"r'n. lapxIt.tItI and that as Le crows older the -AT- I hereby announce myelf' as a' Executive Committee from Precinct

rattles Increase in number as It was candidate for re-election a* county' I Thirteen and solicit the support of
S\'.\. 'I'IU. to be hopH the colonies would. ,] Alabama Mine Casualties. C. APOSTLE'S commissioner from district 2 of EI ;- Democratic voters at the coming

h___ I j Birmingham. Ala: June So.-Accord- cambia county, subject to the action primary.' JA.ME.S: L. SWEENEY.
Indeed this idea was made use of In | I
W 4 : will have carload '1 the books of the democratic primaries July 15. -
M a of ing to of the state mine i inspector 14 East Gommt St. -
W- 11I..I"Juh' .';. Tbev a flag; device which represented a rattlesnake > and ask the support ')f the voters. For Executive Committeeman.The .
.. trenty-four men have lost I
sat At\en: .. AU, ant ail with '
Joints, each joint
,,, :-'ralol them are i! their lUes in the coal mines of Ala- Formerly Cordova Restaurant Stanc Jul51t. WEL.-H. friends of Thos. W. Kent announce
i. \ 1 his stork can Im lettered with red silk. The Lead was him JH a candidate for member
:i'e nit Ka.t II ill. Williltlw i hams during the year 1902. Fourttwri'I : Oae car-load of For County Commissioner.
marked :;. 11. (New England, the remaining Pineapples at 81.7t j i of the Democratic Executive
: i of these were white and ten negroesRlcvfn to $2.00 per dozen. Mr. Frank Johu-on Committee from
sections :\ Y.. :-.J.. "Pa.. hereby announces precinct ]:i, subject

I. ino-t e.-shah!. lots In "Md.." "'.a.." "N. C'." "S. ('.," and of the deaths were caused by himself as a candidate for I.1 to the action of tie! primary, and ask

'y... 16.y lama by th. Kl'hfr "<;a." TLI curious ttandard was disCunlod falling slate or rock.I3ITOiERS. I' relection as county commissioner, for him the support of the Voters.
a:- A.icy, ;J II" south 1'alafoi I =GOLAY@ from district four E-cambia county. I .
lya I m for the one made by Mrs. Boss
For Member Executive
subject to the will of the democratic

l'ul' tt. I11.t :, In Philadelphia la 1777. a flag; similar( Jf you want to Grist and Corn Meal Wills I voters in the coming primaries. He The friends of James Mcliugh announce -

-- "'- to the I'nitiil States thug of today only get well again, does this for the reason that he his candidacy for member of
""" --"'" OST TIER' I
) 'I.. ". rte jrniinej rooiin at with fewer stars. S yon H better can not medl-take; H. F. GONZALEZ 4 CO., Prop i, I wants the office and thinks he can the County Executive Committee a
.f street alltfII 1' CELEBRATEO cine than the i be of benefit to the bet interest* of from precinct 14 and ak for him the

---- Treasury Shows Big Balance. Bitters. Ills the, Mannfactcren the whole county. If frienchand I support of the democrats of the pre '.

111 \\ ;u.ft..I-\lah'. New York. June 30.-For the fiscal Storer best health known tclrncr o' CHOICE .\ AND rUIlKOUOCNE' the people interested agree with cinct at the primary July 15. ;
r | him, he will appreciate their ;oupI -
\\ b a to leitrn barlier trxdrd1 ; year ending today tha New Jersey % will For Member Executive Committee.The '
an.-e o'Tered: now hy short cure 'i PatronIze Home Industry, for there li I port. :
''f "'tiKHl, eight weeks state treasury will show a balance of should Meal
reHjictice Headache every reason you buy your and friend of W. B. Wright an- ,
a ( expert initrnc- $::.r,9c:::a2, which means nearly a half 1 Htock Feed from the Home Manufacturer ': For County Commits oner. I. nounce his candidacy for member of '
d l presented, wagr9 r ate lor by so doing yon encourage borne Indni- '
j rantee
j In fostering the borne manufacturer yoontribetetotbecau.eof 00 ; candidate for reelection from sale d II. of the democratic r
the last month in taxes from the labor. Yon o primary July !
\\ is.H>d -.ollcitur: will pay trusts chartered in IPO" and 1901 makeup Indigestion It to cbecommanlty la which you lire an di-trict subject to the action of thei H, and a-k for him the support of ; I }
"1 .iou to right one. Ad- Malaria. lever'i which contribute to roar lapport. primaries July 15. I the voters of the precinct. r t
,.,me... matt this big Increase The taxes on
.I f ju
the big corporations foot up considerably -- _
av .\ 1'gU. anT
...... ft more than $2,000.000 aunua.l1y.Foley's It. i
:N GO TOfcF. if
from K
I'e young torn <- --- a
"tat once to prt'p"r'lor I
unrnnlraterv. cry Ap.irre Honey and Tar PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
n IIhl..l.dar Rap .. .. .. .. .
I;p ins "opiates. -- --- .,

\\ iMKI: ) bjr.t "lIIUo: < IV.vearYou'll ,- W. C. ROWE, M. D. E. BRAWNER'S.
nod li.m At :No. r, .
rent nut FRED MYERS, FRIEND Office: ITS' S. Palafox.

\\ CSTi.I'-A11: : \ kina ot empty beer Hours from 4 to ::<} a. m. and 1 to S p. m
bout-a! w.A.KBIIDNAH.i novStfi OF THE BEEF TRUSTSenate and after o'clock *$>-For Seven Days we will Offer the Following Prices:-
.\ .. '\'uUIt'tl.r. _
............" I" liono GO.PARKER'S.
A\ \ :-. .,u'T.y- I at..ortbv..ron III t'aeb Bill No. 18: A Bill to be 20 doz Men's French Neck, drop2J1)I Pair Men's New Orleans Hewed You should look at our line ofstiched 11.1
> 11 inl'nllg i blIU"old estaboft" undershirts for 2c ; drawers or Cable Screwed Shoes, for this sale, Ladies' High and Low Cut Shoes.
.. Innacial j
i'.. standing;; entitled "An Act to prohibit arrange! to m tcb. $1.20 solid leather. We +
i- a ,\"f't'kly j c\-h salary lit HAIR. BALSAM j ; can save you money. ;

a. ..' -k .jh; Wednesdaywlthallex* ments, contracts, agreements, trustsor clttou ud tut hill. 'I 25; doz Men's Fancy Striped, Lace 1,000 yards Lawn, fast colored, f I f
Pair Men's Hand
175 Sewed Vici
I' b0tt4juart6rs ,
;\.:. I *. Manager r.t; mont(' xiiicPSO :yiprjiisf combinations, and certain other -_ Fever Pronuiici Path a Ituor to "Btitore Dt growth.Gray and Plain, Silk Finished: IJalbrfcan Shoe in four different hape worth S'! c, to close at 5c yard. j
i. h Hair to it* Youthful Color. Undershirts at 45c each drawers; to toed !
t J7Smlw- acts or things intended to or tending Core ra p dunm* bur match. ; ; regular f}, for this sale $2.&: a fjI)) .l'-Bar Muslin, regular "c i

1 OUt LTH-- to prevent, hinder or obstruct the law. his uu pair. good! to close at 4'ic!' yard. i t.t I

'...... .............. I i 10 doz Men X-Bar Undershirts, 1,(JJO yards Unbleached Domestic .; {
\ ul.E t,11N \ROWS LEGHORNS ful sale of Florida fed beef, or other DR. I worth SOc, for 40c; drawers to match. I have bought the full line of Levy- to close at 4'jC.! : 1"

\ 1.L .avr rrClauvrty orders at W.lni took ltardtrareCo's.lad Eggs for sal lust e' beef, meat, or cattle or other edibleanimal KING'S 25 doz Men's Scriven Patent seam Pou Co. boys'' shoes that I will close 1.000 yards:Best Check Oinjtnam, f r

-- .... ,. in this state or tending TRY NEW DISCOVERY side:! drawers, worth 6oc, for this! sale ; out at cost. fast: colored, regular 7c goods, for -
IL\.l Ii on J'Oi. ; I&C. S
It this gale lic.
to the sale of the price I
monopolize or I 125 pair Boys' Easy Walkers reg- t
DIei1RAH IR)Mannfaclare thereof." FOR THAT COLD. 2* doz Boys Extra Size Pants, 12 to 'i 1 ular oOc goods, to close at 3.5c pair. 10 pieces White and Red Table !
tr,.:f t Goods Hati.Toilet I 17 years, worth f 1 a pair, for this sale I Linen, regular 40c goods, to close at .
aarar't Art1Clelta.O.t'I": -.8 W. GovernmentV'LOWKRH Referred to the Judiciary committee> TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. >' .5Oc. i 75 pair Men's Low-Cut Patent 25c yard. No one over & yards. 1 .

J = of which Mr. Myers wag c.hai i Cures ConsumptionCoughs We carry a fall line of Boys' Wash i Leather Shoes we have been selling 30 pieces Medicated 24-inch Cotton

1"ln"'I'r"lI'-,., MN I IIHerala.MMI.LI (Page 61.) rman.1 I Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma; Pants Call and see them. ', at f2.iO pair, to close at {1.75 pair. Diaper, worth 85c, for this sale 60c. '

) FOR KR.-\L8 farnliued Judiciary Committee, after careful I ,

) In boa f etc or special design Bill No.PneumoniaHayFeverPleu-, ; This Sale will Positively Not Run Longer Than Seven Days. #
(1olt'U.. for*). $2! Wen Gregory examination, returns Senate
,boo11.. | risy LaGrippe Hoarseness ,
rWlm 18, without recommendation. (Page I -

tT'1'- F ...W.. ltltl. -- 103.) i! Sore Throat, Croup and I Remember the place F E. Brawner's Candidate for County Treasurer.o J

aD > LOWtE'f'Vnil: floral Lellglll_ On passage of Senate Bill No. 18 l, Whooping Cough.NO ,
'Clal l &r\it.miWr4
Miu Vloletl. kforo, m West for ecitomeri.Gregory Mr. Myers voted NO. (Page 312,) CURE. NO PAY.

pone Jvdlm [Senate Journal, 1897]. I Pric 50c. and $1. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE. 105 SOUTH PALAFOX ST EET.1.o '

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t : "' I JUNE EXPORTS. MYERS AND O'BRIEN I. MUSICAL i{Stcost t in t 1h'oiI" .


The 42d Annual Statement for Year
stared at the Pmt Office at feoeacola, 4W Ending December 31
Via* Meood-clait natter.Hlfi q VALUED AT $856,006.Exports TONIGHTUnder r. 1901. of
Senator Fred T. Myers arrived at

ornCE :- Building. 211 south Politicians at 11 o'clock last night, and shortly after i J THE f [EQUITABLE
k ftIaIoa IUHt. op-ilairt. to foreign ports last month
driven the I
his arrival was to
valued at $856,006 and distributed the of the Ladies
1! were were auspices!
THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. ::JIlli7 Pilots' office, where a conference of
as follows: I' Aid Society of the First Baptist tiff ASSURANCE I f EOCIETY.Assets
Jones for chairman and
'y T.rm.: Invariably in Advance. Liverpool _-... ...............___....._ n S 521.115 the utmost secrecy was held with I church, a musical and literary en- .
Beers for of the .. ..... .....
secretary Durban and Delagoa Bay 71as0 Hon. J. Ed. O'Brien, the two gentlemen -
OM Year by Mail .. ........15 Ou of Rotterdam.... __ .. ..... 10.215 tertainment will be given in the parlors .... ..,... ..,. .. ....$331,038,720;

a aI JlODlbl". 2 SO I executive committee Loodoo....... ...... ..... Had having been closeted with a of Hotel Escambia, beginningat Reserve and other Liabilities -

e Oat W Carrier Payable Monday 10Mrwfi.ifl will be elected despite Taxnpico..M. .._ .... _....._....._..... 3J 4 few friends for quite a while. .. .. .. .. .... . 259,910,678
made Cardiff and Liverpool ...__ .. .. ..... 2l.6V! 8 o'clock this evening, when
g Rates Furnished on Application that is being against Greenock.... .' ..._. ._...._..... .. ..... 27,1)2) Mr. Myers registered at the Merchants the following interesting program Surplus (from which Divi-

? the Myerg-Coston forces. Hal....... ... .. ...__...n......_ ... "Z.6(1:1 but was up early this morn- dends are paid--.!$ 71.129,042
TELEPHONE NO. III.rUU.OOLA is the tilnckttadtAntwerp ............... ................ n'". :'UI4 will be presented : ======
too, opening eyes .._. .. ..... ._.__.......... ..... 2.1511 ing and at 7 o'clock left for eastern Paid to Policy-holders ini

real friends to the Grangemouth.._ ...-__._...._._. ..... 2l.111 points to be among his constituency. FIRST PART. i Hit)} .... ..:.. ...... ... .$ 27,714,621! \

EEL The buenos Ayres .........._.__..._....._.... :!II:! New Insurance in 1901-.
UNIUN ; Myers-Coston I $ 245,912,067 I II
Newport ..... ..__.... .._ ... ...... le.rte: He was accompanied to the train I Duett, piano and violin the Misses ,

fL4 tic I still hanging on to Mr. Genoa .......... ..... ......_._._._......_._ 160315 : this morning by Capt. O'Brien. Heinberg. Total Insurance in force
I Dec. 31 1901. . .....
coat tails and hooking-up Havona ..... ..... ......_........ "'.' l 11,179,276,723
Ipswich ...... ..............._......... 14.000 Don't Fail to Try This. Vocol Solo, Miss Louise Kahn. Notwithstanding the greater financial
.p JULY 1,1902'i with theirs at every oppor Mo Norway .. .. ......_...._._... ..... .. 1800 Piano Solo, Miss Corrinne Riley. strength of the Society and the

the clearly evident KocbefortMancbetter.. .._ ... .._.__.._ _..._....._ 11''u0 Whenever an honest trial is givento greater security which its policyholders -
pur- ...._ ..._...._..._._....__. "....2Klng's Electric Bitters for any trouble it i Recitation, Miss Isabel Qaina. thereby enjoy the RATES
WHICHEVER route for the isth- to deceive some of Mr. Lynn ..... ....m.__... ... ..........._ \1,1.10Baht is recommended for a permanent cure i Vocal Solo, Will Welles. are LOW and GUARANTEES better -

_laD canal may be finally selected, friends-yet they are op London._..._............. .. ...._ M 51\1 will surely be effected. It never failsto than given by other companies

lit extraordinary record as its VeraCruz ........ .m, .... ._ ..... .. rur, tone the stomach, regulate the kidneys SECOND PART.

tmplun made by Senator John T. election of John Jones Messina ....__...... .. ._......_._ 5.14:1 and bowels, stimulate the liver

of Alabama will stand as a Beers. River Mersey .. ..... .... ......... 4.f41 invigorate the nerves and purify the Vocal Solo, Miss Louise Coving- KXOWLES BUGS.
Oran Plymouth ..... ... ....._ n .. .._ ..... .._ 4 ')o\j blood. It's a wonderful tonic for run I ,

Bonmentof loyalty and persistence Lei tb ? ..... ... .. ..___.._...... ...... .... 2.ht3 down systems. Electric Bitters positively ton. Gtnf'ralIf'ntl
I long as memory lasts. And the in Escambia county Cardiff ..... ..... ..... .....__.. 'n, .......... 1J5 cures kidney and liver troubles Violin Solo, Miss Adah Rosasco. ,

Btrican people and pres are giv- so close to Senator Mai- Belize _, ..... ..... ..4'1 stomach disorders, nervousness, sleep Vocal Solo Miss 309 t;. Palafox: St.. PENSACOLA
Ellie Wentworth.
lessness rheumatism, neuralgia, and
blm the commendation he so John B. Jones. He is Mr. Total....... .... ....___._.._ ..... ..... iVlJOtl expels malaria. Satisfaction guaranteed Recitation, Miss Edna Roaco.

hly deserves.E law partner. In Mr. Mal Tbe principal items of export by \\'. A. D'AIemberte, druggist. Vocal Solo Miss FISH
Only 50 cents.'THIRD Sarah Kahn. i[ CHOWDERBY
fact is stated that over one he looks after his bus were : Recitation
Miss Hilda
a- s quarter millions of natives of Timber and lumber, s It..._._.._.. ittfo.flflU!
'.; ootheru states are living out. political interests. Oak 1o) RAIL Recitation and sneezing soup, H. THE SEA SHORE

.... :
Cedar logs 179
o iC.. of the South, the greater, iium- A. Hill.
.: of his office United .
as .
,t' .x: prpkiehioglv*, bdU HWO
:,,''\ _ot these presumably in the states -- --
"'- : ) Hon. Stephen R. Piling pcs..1.1:1): i
'ar' (rf tbe North. Now is a good time Ash logs pcs .. ._ ..... U'l STEAMER ARRIVES At the Santa U'i: Surf P.athitii

'; 'lor them to repatriate themselves the leader of the demo Oak logs .. .... 17 PYTHIAN EXCURSIONTO etabli-hmeut. noted chef

2 And thus prepare. to share in the in this: county. John I shuttle blocks, Ibs .1(7,7!') I Frank Maura, will of hi-
Phosphate rock, tons ._ _. 4.Si s ',, five one
F prodigious pro-perity which is in- Ben Beers are therefore Coal. tO& ..._ ...._.... .... I5.-,6 The British steamship Hiln.rd.1lt'arrived SAN FRANCISCO: celebrated fi-h chowders every Sunday -

. YtUble as the logical result of the candidates for chairman I Cotton, square bales ............... l&f at quarantine yeterday ,
t opening of an i-thmian waterway. Mnbbls .... ...__ 2u.'.'1 '' at u o'clock p. m. on the seashore
afternoon and was released
: There are plenty of other reasons for of the executive com I Turpentine bbl .. 71* All Pythians and citizens who beach. The steamer Enterpri : -
.. Wheat, bus ....._.. aa.!*::1 she having sailed from healthy
the phenomenal growth of every material are the Myer -Coton I I Flour, bbls ._. 3-W, German | wish to take advantage of the low I| .e will leave Palafox wharf at

interest of the t South within them? Can _... ports.
i) : ;: they ex Cattle head 5 7 excursion rates to eau Frauci-co 2'W p. m. every Sunday. tn:!'tf
the next decade but this over.hallow I!Illor-Is. bead n'. Sit The steamer is the third one to ar- i on

.. ... account of the of the
Liar tobacco, hbdj rtfl meeting Grand
!! and include them all. rive at Pensacola with rails for the Need More Help.
I -\mwBIIt'ed, tons .. .... .. .. .. .v
who wishes to be !iC.S. oil, bbl .... .. .. .. 5 have
!\u1111-ou could
i more strong i ... ... to 21, are requested to the thin out fur t
meet at help
I! Wire nails, kegs 11.,1 I cry >y .IYiI"'a'| '
ou the real issues in due. She has the largest of
II any
Iy impressed the public mind !
upon I furniture, ca-es .... *>41I 1 I' Merchants hotel at 1 5 o'clock : pains nausea dizzinex h<>ailai hey
the scope and perfection of Florida's should attend the Canned goods cases .. ..... lus I previous cargo and immediatelyupon Sunday ( liver coniplaii.ts and bowel) ,1IlIr.j"I'Suth
Agricultural College as a flrstcbssjDtltution I afternoon to arrange for the trip. If j[ troubles call for the prompt nor "
at the opera house Thurs- During the month 2h steamships ofa discharging the steel will be Pr. Kine's Now 1.11.Pills Th.'

of learning thau the total tonnage: of 50,900, and 18 sail- loaded with timber by the Pensacola; i enough signify their intention of attending / are gentle: thorough:: aid! gnarant- .d v

lication of its eighteenth PUb-I I ing vessels of a total tonnage of 1413o ,- I arrangements will be made I tour.'. :"r:> runs atV .\. I) .\1!- III
and Lumber Co. Ii
steamboat lines
.. Catalogue and announcement arrived, and 25 steamships of a for a through sleeper from Pensacola lierte drug store
I Iratrioti.m excursion rates. The next rail steamer expected is ------
received. Every consideration
total tonnage of 47 'J3'; and 13 sailing: i
to San Francisco.
Mate pride and self-in- concert band will fur- vessels of a total tonnage of 11b13 the "August Belmont" a new I I I II Grass Shears that 'illcut

terest should unite in inducing cleared."I steamship recently constructed by'I'! Shake Into Your Shoes I close, at the Willis Hard' I
and guardian toee that:
parent dress circle will be re European builders! for the L. &: N., I Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder. It1 ware Co's.
their children secure the benefits Never Knew Pain Killer t? I-' nil
cures painful, smarting, nervous: feet j
and owned that Ar-
ladies and their escort. by corporation.
ottered. A beautifully printed col- i j before, what caB the matter be? and ingrowing nails, and instantly I
f view, under a separate the speakers will be Hon. Where is the bottle? There, I rival of this vessel is awaited with I, takes the sting out of corns and bunions. : FRANK SECARTSBATH HOUSE

('01l1pauio- the publication, : candidate for con I thought so; it is not Perry Davis' peculiar interest here. It's the greatest comfort discovery -. _
Painkiller at all but the of the age. Allen's Foot- Deep water sea bathing, night or
-u may lie procured by ap- I Ito ; : M. Loftin and Henry C.I I i druggist must have, made himself J Ease! makes tight or new shoe feel day, for white people only. Special

the president at Lake I Illtv. candidates: for representa-!I I and I did not notice it; I have used AI.LV1!() USE ATOMIZKKS in easy. It is a certain cure for sweating i compartment fur ladies, with lady at-

: I i Painkiller for years for diarrhea, treating nasal catarrh will get the callous and hot tired aching 'I tfolld.1l1t.It'Lte: -t. best and cleanest
I I"I the legislature ; Mayor '| cramps and stomach aches ana it best result from Ely's Liquid Cream feet. Try it (<>-
MIAMI s' imtiioi: .u BlI.I:":. I druggists and shoe stores. Don't cent FK\XK" SHAKI.Cor. .
failed !
Judge J. Emmet never i i Balm Price, including spraying
i ; accept any substitute.; Hy mall for CevalloM and /.irrajo; -"a St-

Only a few years: ago 1)adecounty, Hon. John B. Jones. j !i I tube. 75cts.; Sold by druggits or 2c.instampTrial; package FR.:.:. ,,
BIG CROWD FROM mailed by Ely Bros., M Warren !St., Adrtres- Allen S. Olinsted, "Le Roy, :
one of the largest. in the state, was a II :'\ Y.SUMMER.
New York.
"ho'A Ii.." \\'Ihh.rue.," with a population : League speakers will ;. I Gus fl. Soderlind
- -- -
New Orleans; Sept. 1, lid\ ,
of le... than a thousand souls 1 ; voters at Myrtle Grove I I I NEW ORLEANSFourteen Messrs. ELY BROS-I sold two NORMAL SCHOOL

Now tie people of Miami: whose I ; They: were given a cordial I bottles of your Liquid Cream Balmto ...Till TAILOR,...
-- a cu-tpmer, Wm. Lamberton, 1415 ,
population number nearly .IJ1JO, l 'I 1 FOR WEST FLORIDAThe
Mu-cogee :Saturday: night, Delachaise St., New Orleans;;; he has :UHKsT t.OtKKNMKNT: : sf.
propose to celebrate wonderful passenger cars pulled by used the two bottles;;, giving him'''
projjrecs with a jubilee to be held being largely attended I wonderful and mo..t satisfactory result Will fur the next .!" day: make nut'
I ; a monster locomotive made up the i GEO. W. McDfKK.Pharmacist.. tummHIormal "School for at L'5 per cent le-- thau regular
July :!> to ::11, in hoiiur of the recent j : ; I II *
I excursion from New Orleans and ins Wet Florida, etabli-hed by authority price. :
appropriation for in harbor, and 1 I, of H" n. W. N. cheats State Sup !>>iui( Mfii"s Suit". > .
other illu-tratK'iH and indications of j for congress, leg- teruiediate points which arrived at b I erintendeut of Public In*truction. at "V 11111 Ijutivt rush fl. ,. In t

growth. Two new national banksand ; and candidate o'clock last night, i j SEVERAL CHILDREN Pensacola: \ Fla., will open on July %f"II' sun-hint--tfkin M"Hm cifKnrd('l>-sued 7V.1.> I il.iulitV ''
I 14th and continue for a period ofis ;\1..o'.1'uu..... M"nin rit-mi-il r .
exten-ion of the railroad :
an The crowd for the most
wa part'made
offices are among; the at- week. .
Hint : :Now* the time to !iav.yonr
down the coa-t. are among the causes I! Ttn Echool is organized for the
!I .; booked for the Ie I. up of netjroe*, but a number of REPORTED DROWNEDA winter Clothiuir put in ho"d"
for I benefit of teacher, and tlm-e in .
rejoicing.It : >ba;>e. Tinoffer' H for thirty' dev' -
: of July picnic Magnolia: j prominent white people took advantage -j tending become teachers and all .
j.; worthy of note, too, that for i! only. Mention; you saw thItv. -i
every dollar the government ex '> "lit aiid hear them -pi k. ; of the low rate. : who are ixteen year of age are ti--ment in 'IiiK: 'I 11.\' :\ ..11- .
report this morning; from the eligible for entrance. nttierwi1'i'. regular ;'rlre wII! I..
pendin improving Iti-ctyiif biy.Mr. THE POLITICIAN.: When the train reached the union':, will have department for winte- "Iitrzt-d.

II. M. Fitter will spend from depot the crowd was so dense that : navy yard gave the di-tre""III) information and colored conducted, of course, in

hi' >- m>.i ni a like ;im tuit. that everal children had separate building*. END CLUB i I travel of hacks, engines and street 'jc j There will be three courts of
tliuin.ikinr' of Miami one of the )been drowned while bathing near tudy, embracing the 1I-lul ubject-. 134 134 134 134 134
wafor short time interrupted i
ir a greatly
important: Jeep water ports of tin ,,0- the yard. on which the examination-: *
south/ MEETS TO-NIGHT awl railroad meniy it i i.?! teacher-: certificates: ba-ed. .ich -S
I This report however, is denied at leading to a more thorough preparation 134 134Anton's
Tin- i ilol matioUl'UUI. in a letter one of the heaviest: excurrion to ar- .
---- the yard and by people who arrived ill the requirement- fIr tin.- jeverilcertillcate Telff! tone,
from C"I1p-r..II1:1I1: U.V.. JMvi to rive here in (quite a while. -.
J. H. K. illy of linitl puMi-hed' in be :an important; : meet ', (rout there on two trains today. It The chunl is orginizfcd nut only 134"V r"'1'"T.'T1"j 134

the ) ear. ,.iiI.'Ir.Iivisal-ti ;give- Ea-t End! Democratic PENSACOLA CLASSICAL SCHOOL f i- al-o denied by incoming pilot.. for th/ purpose of aciiiring better, .
methods and thorough; kaowl'dgikbut -
Mr. J U. Parmtt full credit for the' h-adqu-mer- pa-t Saves a Woman's Life. to encourage: :i hither standard 134 134 134 134 134
ettiei'Mit work he did in Wa-hington, '' I of cliolar-hip.
:: -treet at o'clock to- Thin Annual >>em.iiiii Mi- :inScp- To ha\'- givn! up would have meant -
toward -ecurtnz: the appropriationfor It is hoped that a large; number"f
"Pl.akerwill ads tf'hf'r I:>. 11ru'_. ant iiulJune ; ; 'dcatli for Mrs. Lois Crag, of hot Wet floridi teachers will attend
Miami harbor. He ays : "The': 1-J, )03. ohtei.. )1 a.;;;. For ears she had and every effort will be made by the EVERY 4
paper* cannotpeak: too highly:! of club and rareltnlentwill i endured un'old misery from a severe faculty to make their attendance.

the work done by Mr. I'.irrott. He Inns trouble and obstinate tough profitable as well as plea-ant.
The aim of thischool i js t-
> provide she writes "I could scarcely
stayed in Wa..hlut,11I! day after d ty thorough HIGH SCHOOL and Often.. Any information regarding; the
I breathe and sometimes could not HOUSEWIFE
Summer Normal will be
and week after week working: like a 'l'OLLEil'HEPAIt.TOHY in-
HERRINCTON The ,r-ciiool uf peak. All doctors and remedies failed given by *upt. N. I!. Cook }'eu-
Trojan and he de-erve-all\ the good ,I three el.--e- e-pecial till I used Dr. Kind's New Discoveryfor cola, Fla., or the underpinned.Student .

thing your people ianay of him." 1. Tho*!! who liaviiiir complete I Consumption" and was completely who attend -hould takea Needs a Bottleof

The govjrnn.eiit I'.sil: l bug; needed a i ibarbor YESTERDAY the /.:"rade"If the public -chool wi-h i ito !! cured Sufferers from roughs cold.- receipt for their full fires going to
i throat and lung trouble need this! Penacola' : a* effort is being made to !
of refuge and depot of -uppllei \ pur-ue their -frJiefurther without :
--- Uaviug home. 'I grand remedy for it never disappoints. have the railroads give a returnticket
tin the extreme Southern At- \ \\'. A.
Cure is guaranteed by
2. Tho-e who wi-h with the aid:' for une-fnurtb far, a* ttieyhave whether fir Cleaning 1.1. (
Untio d a-t and 1'I EW" has frt>- : reportreached here tin of the careful individual: attention ,''I'Alem' !>erte. drnesist.: Price inc in the past. ('1"the"r fir :tlij;* i."r In..ct."r _

ijuently pointed out that Miami had''! that! Sheriff Herriagton of I that can be given in *mallercla-e* j jI :land: $1 "i'. Trial liottlps free. H. P. HVA.Principal ( 'II'+. L'rui-". anyT" /K ..I....

the ideal haibor for that purpose if : and a longer session, to advance I -- DeFuniak :SpringFla. Everybody know t'i! Vt/nt. tit pure

the internment would make an appropriation Ala\ wahot and : more rapidly thin i-s po-ible for Spirit "f" a/,d
for lit'W.ltH there. afternoon while at- them in public "choo|*. FAMILY SEASON TICKETS MR. MYERS NOT VOTING. 'o ret ttie hruulue art r;'1. "ee that
\ : Tho-e who
3. are fitting themselves iput up bytei
Now the appropriation h.l" been to arret a desperate char for college.In AT SICARI'S BATH HOUSE

made atul Mr. Flasler ha- doubled .) detail of the tragedy addition to the u-ual induction House Bill 215, Page 1077, A bill to
in En li"h. MathematicHis-
It, thu. gu3tinteein.r to the governmeut been received here.ihf'rltf be entitled, "An act in relation to
tory. Geography i Frank Sigari will issue luo family
the strateiric harbor of refuct ; wa a prominent citizen lion i* "'iflmut 'ft tuition, season tickets for baths at bis splendid insurance companies in this state."

it needed to complete It* magnificent in Greek French German and Spanih. (The bill became a law and makes ,- Y.
many friend here who will bath house, for a family of one
The school is conducted at the
df feue a{\I1.t the invasion of :i forenemy. companies, when judgmentis .1
hear of his terrible death. corner of Wet Gadden and spring to three at 41.&) for the tea-oil and insurance

rl n -treetin a building which is to for a family of from three up for two against them, pay the attorney'sfees

be arranged to adapt it especially to dollars. Thee -eaon tickets will of other side.) Mr. Myers did
the needs of the school. .
PROFESSIONAL CHIROPODIST not vote. 28june1wi l
The number of pupils in attendance entitle the family to bathe whenever

Clair Thomas will remove ;: is limited. Hence those derir- they with throughout the Beacon.2"jlm.
1;. St. i
in;: admittance should communicate i :: :\ E.T & MALT ha a marvelous
| entirely: free from it.
nailithout i is early as pos-ible with the Princi- dietetic value. While refre=hiL
i| develop! so slowly l a9 to cause pal. I Buffalo
For .
SillY Mfg Co.who
your residence if required. No. oi'l |1 turbantt during the whole 1 For further iufermationterm and and pleasant to take, it helps a=-iim- i, .
wt tLow's HOOTHISB SYRUP hat
hi! h.1o.t.
8 >uth PaUfox *tr -et. 1OjrmICECOLPIVATEItMELONSAT J i 1 catalogue::: addre1 -* '' been used for over bill, Yf'an by mlUlonol lation of food sold: by Guarantee it
0 i i prcvlure invmlanty: of the H. CLAY ARMSTKOXM, mothers for ibm cbtldrrn wbdeteething. Absolutely pure.
'1 ; l>o\\elj. dy-;Hi>Mj. ('catarrh Principal with perfect 6ucce.>. It soothes the child DANNHEIS-ER BROri.
.. trn.lency to oins-imption 1! I\'ALH.\\'HAI.F.Y.JR sottenabr gDax.Rllavk all palD.curt'tWlne ---- ----- Only 10 Ceils a Bottle.
,'<1;'1.' itst-If in much utaut'Ous colic. and U the best remedy for Idarrbora
THKHAHFIKLHICECOS.p. : : swellii-s.! - --- \.j.t.Ult. It mill ri-lieTp. the poor little uT-rer Immediately Thin weather makes the -
by l.IrutjjCIUIlDl'nrJ'; bun
I t to I* sure thaI you are quite Stratton Ice of the world. Twenty-live cents a bottle You ,
The Works
.> y..u want a in.igtuitieeui watch I! it. and tt r its lon-plete! eradieaj Be tare you ask for 'M r..Wlnlilo"'1 sooth, grass grow. can buy' All kinds ands
'If j rely t n htu large luscious melons log Syrup," and take no other kind. keen cutting Lawn Mowers
for little money? #o, call on f r rocking char if.chair'l Jllarstonl

gFbfn, the j "elerHe will ac Sarsaparilla ice-cold. Place your order ICE-COLD WATERMELONS AT and Grass Shears from thei J fy Quina's. i ces are very

cowml\tf' you. I II I r all neciJLes! ftr all humors. > nowby telephone. THE GARFIEI.O ICE CO'S. Willis Hardware Co's. \low.\ ,



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No. Booa.C iq

O'NEAL, President; F. C. NORTON, Cashier ; THE WEATHER
Smoke La Norma!
5. j, fOSHEE,VierPresident; M. E. CLARK Ass't Cashier. rj;



LOCAL FORECAST Fair tonight and I tl

PENSACOLA, FLA. Wednesday light-to frt'Il1l"etit winds, I I e Cost Five Cents $

Temperature in Last 24 Houri: I

Maximum..... .._................... .... ...twdegreet. ,
Has the LARGEST CAPITAL STOCK of any bank in the State Minimum .................. ..................... 77 degrees ALL HAVANA !' ,:f

j .
prompt, courteous and careful attention given to all business en- Temperature Elsewhere Max. : Min.Atlttota .

.?...............Fi 74 EQUAL TO ANY JO-CENT CIGAR ;
Bismarck ...... 7u 56
trusted to its care. Chicago.. tIO M
Cincinnati.............??_._. NI f*
GalveUon_. ...... ... ._....-s" n:
Huron. ....._....... T2 f.
Kansas City__..... aN V .
Key Wen ..... ..... ... .......... .. ," no I f
-- Memphis .... .... ........ M 70 r
notified that Mobile ..... ..... ............ ..... .. Ml 7ri I ----- ,
B. H. FAIRCHILD, a stranger was prowling Montgomery .... .. ...... ... W 74 ,
HEAVY INCREASE IN New Orleans...........W 78
around the Wood's home.
I It New York. ....... .. .. ... .....7! 11 I
U :t.aoLHTEIt .... .... wBt. 7- 1
38 EAST ROMANA STREET. Officer Ray and others came up in CITY ASSESSMENT. Louis! .. ... ... : w eli :i LEWIS BEAR & CO. Agts.
I double quick time, but when they ;
.. irj'f and Rtfinishmg Furniture aSpecialt i
C reached there the bird had flown I j jGft52sEs2sa
-- .
Phono 4Da. having carefully left a door ajar so In accordance with law, City Tax I MARITIME. 5i'S2kys !

1 that escape in case of discovery Assessor J. T. Whiting closed the

R. K. WHITE, I would not be retarded city tax books yesterday. The prop I ARRIVED. '

Br 68 Egmont Cattle lsi! Pugb tape t
Miss Wood saw the fellow I '
very valuation is
Manufacturing Jenelerm << approximately Town Sullivan Lumber To
lit nuVr Br ss jMlverdale, 1711! Bail Rotterdam, to
:, plainly, and would probably be able GGWXU( ) a large increase over the : Pensacola Lumber Co
i.rtduate Optician,
I to identify him again. year previous, when city property
scs1) raid M ftD I was valued for taxation at only Tug Britannia for ScraLton N
I If a Man Lie to You, .

about *3, oOOOO. Mr. Whiting is an
Ami :-ay suue other salve ointment, BAILED. ';25Z5252525'r S {

-y--v--.r-V-:1 lotion oil or alleged healer is as good : efficient officer and has done his Br ss Acanthus, Allan.London -- - ...,--. f

as BUl'I.II'u'srn l'a Salve, tell him I
work well. The books will be '
] opento TO
thirty years of marvelous cures of
l'ilt-s. Hums. Boil, Coins Felons, I public inspection this month and i Commander J H Bull inspector of the
i' !Seventh Lighthouse district, has Issued the
I Tlcus Cuts, ::; Bruises and Skin
NEWS Scalds I for the hearing of complaints from 1! following otlicial nonce
Eruptions prove it's the best and '' PvnsAcola Bay and tntrancl'-Xavy aril Seven BIG Value
those who think their Outer Hank Huoy No n. a ..ivcond-clatscau
{ rhrnptbt. 25 i cents at W. A. D'km.ute's may property established June ::.i, IT., on the

; drug store. assessed at too high a valuation. following I bearingsviz:
beer Point l.ea.'on Light E. N.
I hy
i-: '1J:1t: C "kliJice at s ------- 1 Pensm-ola LlKht-House.. X \\' -. VV.

,. t. End of West tcolII) wharf navy yard, .N. .
NEWS If you are losing' appetite, lying -ll. !

i' ii. ,.\ ur-i"l: on the OFTHE awake nights; take Hood's :-arsapa-; This of buoy the Is lUe-latbomcurvcotf placed at the southeasterlypoint I'en'acola I # SPECIALS H

K-: -rpri- at .:*J o'clock ] rilla-It'\ just the tonic you need. navy yard and marks the channel to anchorage .
i PYTHIANS j' - -- ground for deep draught vessels, I
ift- rn NIl. U-tu't mi-s it. "

I -i End Democratic clubi I CAUCUS Regulations of the Marine Hospital '
i .'i Important meeting tot'w vice require the Inspection of vessels from ,
IVn-sacola Lodge No. 3, K. 'if P.
I 'I I
I foreign ports eta domestic ports north ofKouthern
ad Jre=- will be de- ,
held a highly important meeting HELD LAST NIGHT :Maryland but via such ports at Otferinsr these SI'.ViX HI (; \ .VI.I" KS we Limit the Time to Three f
j'rl'l11illt"l1t .praker I Hbip Island. where full pratKjue is given I II IN
last night and nominated oflicera to ,I, for a southern port, Intptcllon la not pre- Days. Not an Article will be sold at these prices after Wednesday. If

..JltHene"lleut A-;"ci 1I..tnplt' requisite to entrance. I:j you are an attendant at our usual sales you recognize the value here
I be installed a week hence. The new -
1 BethEl will hold a I !Skulking: figures going toward Pal- ;|, SOTICE. i quoted. If not, you will do yourself an injustice by staying away Mou-

.' iiKrtinR tomorrow afternoon I officers are as follows: I II afox wharf could be seen shortly after the The fullowmi Marion:Hospital Service bas issued day. Remember, not an article after Wednesday at then price

Tt-ioplw, at 0 o'clock. Alli \ Chancellor CommanderH.. A.I| "tJoabtlnK vessels which are known and .
I this old city was enwrapped in which: are in regular trade with Florida I'
i I.' r- .IrerCque-tedbbepre"eut. from domestic ports of the United Slates,
I : Chancellor D. Burnett. darkness last night. Home of these:1 I may enter without detention or inspection I
A : .' mettiiikM.f ttHeamen's: ': with the understanding that if sickness of I
r ., will be held at the Prelate-\V. Macon.. figures; by their actions in seeminglyendeavoring any character whatsoever hall develop I 2,500 Yards Beautiful 50 Pieces i Equity STANDARDOINOHAMS
1 r t wnirty I I: Honda
i during voyage: to ports shall
M. of W.-Monroe Campbell. New Lawns in conceivable I
.'ie of J. N. Andrews. l.J: South to identification, I i I report to the quarantine officers for inspection every blue, brown and green
j M. of A.- T. Wilkerson. called and disposition: style and color, sold everywhereat I
.. clock m. toltlora for quiet investigation and
afnx. at II' I' I checks, for aprons, elsewhere 1j14C.
i J. (L--J. H. Brewton. i iAT lOc.i I i
: Butiue-4utin'p rtaiice secretshadowing.." j July i iRU9
O. Pfeiffer.i .
atttnd.tuce uf all meni1 -Henry ,hip Kndyuuon.:!'' Pellertm. East I 6c
1.11&11..1thi:' i None of them proved dangerous London to Bunrs. I'unwodvACo || Special 5c yard. I Special yard.
| Oilicers holding over were Frank I
,1 In-iul. IIf theociety at I Oer BS AraeomaS-4, horst. New York to I _
: Jtadclille. of I:. ; Henry Horsier, and suspicious characters as: had I I Gulf Transit Co I j I I I
II "111.( Br es lncbmuor Jill, Bass, Santos, to I
, ___ been thought, and it was seen that I! Baars *Co I j ,SPECIAL NO. 2. :; SPECIAL NO. 5. '
)f. of F. and K. of R and S. lir bk l S: erimnerU'"l.ioo ll'lUtII.[ 1 ifkirts and waitE all, with no exceptions, drifted!1 via Barbados to order
/ -- I
i =-I 32 Piece of the Season's most
." .. ?f r -, i iiu l -, Mar L.IUU- I Nor bk Neujo. wA'. Ncauesen, Cape Townvia
"y ;, Damon Lodge Xo. 1-1, K. of P., will !slowly toward the pilot's office, and |!. fit: Thomas to order i I land Percales, 10, I l.. and loc val- i desirable fancies in atin stripe and ; ,

in-tall the! officers chosen a week when no one was: in sight, a sudden ue*, all new goods, ,'! Moral deMgu. Mercerized Lawn*,. )

LIVELY CHASE ago: tonight at the hall. After the dart into and up the stairway would I I THE SHIPPING. i Special 8 1-n c yard !i selling\ everywhere' at :2.1 and :VHV. i f \;

taxation and incidental ceremo- be made. VK8SKLB: PORT f Special 15c yard.
I '

FOR BURGLAR nit- the memberwill be banqueted, :Sheriff Smith's buggy gave the ,I flatten A HalI,1B'iVeppener Co: MK MSHII iKr to I'.cars, 'I. i illunwody 'SPECIAL HO. 3. :

and a great time is anticipated. It snap away, however, and it wa-1 I Br Edaleurs'ShaddocktoilfTransit: I t I SPECIAL NO. 6.
i j i- urged that a= great an attendance learned that the cause of all the Hr Karlswood 11"11. Brown, to W ei: Key- "Organdie
.. ..1 I Itk f.i- tnnruius; a I MT Co |I| Francaise" Lawn, a Beautiful !Sheer: I :.0 Dozen Celebrated "StretchySeam"

4 t..,:r' tittrd the home t>fVmi4.1tGast as po-ible show up tonight and i secret movements wa no more nor 'i iless Br Heleyside, O"7, McKie. to K t t HoweAi'Co Figured Good & inches wide and I /Irawetsfur! Men, the world ,

i I make thi* in-tallation memorable in than a Myer-Co-ton caucus, I Br Inverness, ,, Proud to -outher- worth 15c yard, over 60c. here they are : '1 j
I \ Lt ]{u.ii: i land, loots Co "
I Pythian hi-tory. which waattended by about a dozenof span Leonora, ITrto. Bustmza to liulf Pa'irs 't t !
j A watch ami chain i| |___ the "faithfuls.ome Transit ColiriLrhrmuli Special lOc yard. 35c or 3 for $1.00.
: blind W7, Ferry, to$outherlamlIn
ill l..t IH>{"'. I I H nIl b ne Lodire, No. ::50, will meet ,I' toI ,
I I countenances emerged from the hall i i ii f.r Middleham (Castle 1"S, Lloyd, to Pen- I >
Jitly did not .ati.fy '' for in-tailing ollicers Thursday i. sncola Lumber Co 7-EXTRAORDINARY :
about IIL'U) : o'clock.
I tier Scoti.i, I'Haner! UHJulf Transit CoMill's. .
'- _rent 'or' nmrc t and __ .
booty night Fidelity Lodge, No, (is. !j
.. !, Br Klnus County. : .,|. satter. to order 4" P.tir"Iell'* :Sitm: Calf, PIiinTut. One Pier I'ppi-r. I) uble. Extenion : -
-J in : icapture. After will Meet for the ante purpo-e .->n DEATH THIS MORNING KuiceHU, us!. :Mat ts'-en to fe S I. <.O .
Hewed and Screwed N..J.' Shoeu.iraiiiM l S.-hj LeitiiHr

w itc' Iud 111.)11"at'- : next 1'ridav night.- i iI OF TARES I ::Specially tdefnr M'cl'anicand l ii.iyiin-ii wmtl. Ji'im .. in, ;Man'
,. t I i MRS. W. R. NIX J It Anna Marie. it I-.Tint", to crdcrNor .
: t :yon*e until hi- ;: "' anderLawrenceI1rHaater n. 1
w ib ..if Mi=- ) Notice to Tax Payers tos.AK...Strr iVi', o i,I
> : Minnie Died, at the 'I'onian'II Kus Albion %M -nail to Ss LCo >
I : : one in It t:ersigirere. lull, feeko, to Ilaar', Hui.wodv .. Special $1.50 *$ See Show Window ! HI I and thi- Mr-
;i' up run j jr'i city. Medora H. Nix, at a Co
i it It I:Im.tnne,7L.t'npurotonrd.: .r -.. ..--- .-- .. .. . .
"''r, ah real The City Ta.v tjsxessor'fi quarter to 4 o'clock July 1. Mrs. D.kii Normi, Inl. Alhert-en. to P.aarLiuilwULy.t -.

> :t ,in i-ijf.: Niwai the second daughter) of Dr. !W, Rhea! Co;nis. N vroos toord-r"
Gook will remain open (lur- 1 Clement C. and Elizabeth Dore huntit-aiii, "'.-\lId..r..u.. to nrd.r J. & B. FORBES.i
i 1 ly -.'leaui1uroueil '! I It TboiiLis. *ti. !.lIuro. t., oll.r
I'Jug July, and any L'om-I' Forbe.-, born inVet; Point, Ga ill' It \ irKUiiH-1. I'isilo, to Ko rt,cu Kro I InARRRNTi'
it : 1 Iud whileiiitne
IvJij;' She .
wa- beloved for her genial t;
plaints must be /filed with Hr -koiK, '\.">*, Lee, to or.i..rHClllHINI
: V'I : :n catch him, : and -unny di-po-itiou and kind :hS.

."''P; ;"' t I' 'the telephoi e the assessor before diigudt heart. A good daughter; a devoted Am Ir Ueorisiana Hjnlmar. Axelwn, Hentt., to to ortli 1II1t-r-r | If V"ll lluv T1,im ,it the Iin-ton. 'lull '!I''I I,. "v u. d ..

1st. -ister. a true wife, and a mother tall ,, Am lolin h mnCI. -'" .I onUnn, loonier : ,1'.t'
t6IUT(1L1cchrd! Br Vlaliel Iiarlmg:, Ill, Albany, loimp ''! -
children whom she came in contact i
sou \ t'o ,
'1.I..t"I.- Wit!Ii, cite! J.T. W1HTLVG, 'I ;
with in her capacity of teacher. 1

t ,.,,1 r' ,. ti-cr-!! weir i Ii.: Iw City Tax }ssessQI': "I'ure, gentle and a firm believer ill'' UP.CLKAKElNU! SALOLA.STEAMSHIPS.MAILED. FOR t'E D' I I Boston Shoe Store :

I the God she trutedhe "=ed'

'...' ......... .....,..... ... .. .... .... .. .. ... .... ... .. ... I pa I .
.......4..................0-.0-.0-.0-.0-.0-.0-... ,. ... ," .. .AIIa. AIrr. ,. ......."'.....".'.....T I peacefully away surrounded by her Kefttnco. Kr ?!'IT'I EdwardPenarth: layS j.
," j friend, who mini-tereJ untiringlyto JI..blnghorl.d., I".1i, clireill, Kotter- .
lam May in I MONDHY.
her comfort. A. C. C. Llan niiur, lr, ::>", Croiton at Kio .la-
\ I'R1Sul SMIPAIINT[ : OF\ niero .
--- --- I.ansibam. Kr, Md lIar\\, Ick Junet Lidie- Kid Colonials Turn .'4l. Military >HM I mid. Ruck// fur i
i 1'ortuealete. lr :i) Jenkins at Hamburg
j f .' HERE MYERS VOTES NO. | May :>''
.- JL: 'i I .Twickenham, Br. sill SAntos.lune J JIIR" 1. Ladies' Patent Leather: Vamp. C.tloiu il-. Heavy Mule. :Milit,iryjll-: [*. : J

Anlonio.1 re, .. ;, std 1',1J1III"y" J l"j t'p-to-Iate Walking Shoe . . . . . . .. .. . .. .. .": '..
House Bill 95, Page 1171. A bill
J..SA1ITH \ I'.ico It hid Table 1 P.hvl*\ J.:i
I FI ELD HAMS... 1 to be entitled, "An act relative to the Hugo. Nor, xni, at 'I"hle Kav March 7 [
alive Mount, It, std Leitb Jan li See Our Bargain Counter.BOSTON
I If" receipt, shipment and delivery of -- -- \1

.a_- ..-h I freight by ,railroad companies and Ball keen \
.. .---... ,. Hearing,
f" other common carriers and to compel ,
tin Lawn .Mowers, at the I IJJ

f .ll'ST RfCfal'IU.e ;return railroad cars companies received to from transport connecting and I illes Hardware C'o'.vI SHOE STORE ,I IJ.

(* I ines of railroads, to construct sidings ,
and connections with each other'sInes will repair your watches and .
FRESH FLORIDA SYRUP k : ," Mr. Myers voted NO. 23june1w jewelry in first-cIa"s style. J. I X \TIIrolU IIIIIMIIir.: I'If'Jlrll'I.r (!

: FINE STATIONERY. --- Leaders of Low Prices. H7 South 111
"\ GALLON JUGS, 75cts PER GALLON. = tackle of all kinds Street

and good craft nets at the :
(_'. y, Thompson, No. H Houtn ,I'i.
Willis Hardware
\\i: n .\ x 1)1.1: ]Palafox street, ha* ju-t opened anew CO's.Thos. r". *
SJ'KIITM1N(; t: T.BLI..tIIt'TBathin : Fur KX.NG I.ADIKH. Ilouiioke. \'a. !
;JM.: F. Gonalez & CO'S CornICLI Meal supply of Linen and Bond C. Watson & Co., I llfH-D-''(.t I I" lee Illlf Of the IfudlDfi i-' i
the leading lie il Estate Agents: take in the warm gulf watery i* !> 'bool)* for 1 r.u Ladrea ''rl the Hr ulti ; )
Papers, white, blue and gray, with > Injildin/- .
all the worry off the shoulders: of the I conceeded to be the finest in the p.aous mid rqulpnrenI t j

: \' : .\'. Envelopes to match, Oxford cizes; ,'owner of property, manage the world. Evervthm forplaarurPwith Cnnipuitn r> m Valln are of V a.. rand famed mounlnm fur bt-.itb..el'r-European I

-- I renting of their houses and the collection :,safety. Good hoard and lodging, by Riiil A ru..nau teaint-n hull i-oortf. i
alto Foreign Mail Tablet with Envelopes
| of their Conheriatorr 'I\'aDI&II' in Art. M Uljlc and J'
rents as conscientiously I j the day or week. Luncheofprompt- I KlncutiontuOtntu: .,
to match. Ink, P ncil;, !) a* they would them*elves. I|lyerved at all hours, day or night lor c..tallJllu."lr...s from thirty Mrat. J t",
SOL CAHN & CO. I Their charges are very tea"onable. CHARLES H. BTRTOX ., MAILF: P HARTinPreudeot j I
= :Penholder[ *, BlanTsbook. File*, etc.. 2in-tf Manager. Roanoke, V.. ,

etc., alway on hand. Garden hose at the Willis .t
Everybody ha. a ri;!fit to a little

? STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERS, k Phone 234.Marston. Hardware Cogs.YEITHERthPcaptam. Elegant china closets, piece of this: earth. Hut they must '
I sideboards and leather- fight for it. Thy must watch their
$ Quina carry chance to pet it. and pet it.
: Corner Palafox and Intendencia Streets. line __ ownrrSnor i iI seat chairs at Alarston $ Thos. C. Watson & Co.
j the largest of matting, I consisDt-ei of the hiss
Hilverdale will be re- I Oaina's- Low prices bave ome particularly fine bargainsto
; easy
rc 17c. ,.i < Pcnsacola Fla. = rugs window shades etc. 1
sponsible foroebtt contracted offer just now and they invite
f : 'by tbe crew of said vessel j payments.
We you to come and investigate
in[ the city. lay our WM. BALL. ; same.

,\: :\:. .......... ........................................................................ free. Pen3aolaLumber' Co. Cap'aln. Yon will never regret having done
....... ........................................ matting j Cor.tignee, ;jn I I Try THE NEWS Want Column. i ItO.THE .








4 Kr.. ?h Honor1 Prnualurr. Device llarlaU.For PreivBllBi GLORY OF A GOOD NAMEA Ii.I During Present Congress 10,070 Pen. MISS SARAH FINLEY,

V rloc< d'vlrr haie from time to i,I Washington lion Bills Have June Been 30.Introduced-When the I Vice-president of the Palmetto Club Memphis Tenn

tlni Ur. tnd with th object of as. Prominent Chicago Woman Writ- senate convened today Mr. Gallinger,
t"f'; (."I'.on"1.0 are j E OF CARDUI following praise ca \\'Inl)
of New Hampshire chairman of the I
ul'I'-d; t<, U are rally dead or ing to Mrs. Pinkham Says : committee on pension, made a brlf [I WJl i( is a thoroughly of Car Jui."Among:

but, atnl u.utb lrt-rfht is now Ixinginarafetitrd statement showing that during the scientific and modern the
iii tL- latest of these deI I remedy meet- numerous

.lc f>, to w..dJ public attention was present session 10,070 bills relating to ing the needs of the modern medicines; placed More suffering
'Honor to Whom Honor is Due and You Deserve Both pensions were introduced in the house ,
in the modern women for their
trot tttracml tiy J r. card of Mar- woman way relIef
...j;IHI. I the Thanks and Honor of the Mothers of America and senate. The total number passeL -without the torture of an none cia touch McElree's
both senate and house was 1,181. '
nuon-itrin.! the wI-II!! known coloring by operation. Wine of Cardui Wine of Cardui.; It towers
Whom You Have So Benefited' A resolution offered by Mr. Morgan baa cured them in the pri
mau-rUl. U th,- only! thins which I>r. Blessedly r above them all u a reliable
( calling! on the secretary of state for i of their homes and it
card! imp fur thl'! purpose, and yet his : Lacy female remedy It
successful I a statement of expenditures of the II j jiahthraian has found a place in the hut sprig Finlry. limplydrives
hate .run..11IO
eipvrininitH ( After years of struggle; to attain public confidence with a firm and steadfast pain and datue
canal commission hparti of American women away
that thy Late won for him the ap- belief that some day others will recd ni/n in us the truth, rood faith and I \tasj I and health
its other medicine has found. In restores in an incredibly short
The insisted that
adopted. senate on no
I.rovalof the I'tNWh"lIdrIllY of Scli | honesty purpose that we know we possess, w hat a genuine: satisfaction it is
nr -+. I I to have succeeded and to feel the uplifting influence of the merited confidence amendment to the naval appropriation j their gratitude over 10,000 American period. I have taken great interest In this

-Iuor.-f"n! tajis-tnl into the human j jImdy of the vat army of our fellow beings bill and the following conferees were I women have written letters commending medicine for the put two years, line it

pri.Juifit absolutely no effect U i This is the standing of Mrs. 1'ickham among the women of America today named Wine of Cardui. Wine of Cardui brought health and; strength to me. I

the U d'-ri'l, uhiTi-u.4 It and Mrs. Lrown's letter which we hate the great privilege; to herewith Messers. Hale Perkins and TUlcac.: meets their wants as no other medicine )have also recommended it to a number
prooueesl. publish, with her portrait, is only another visible evidence of this truth and : does. It sustains the young girl at tile
efliHt if the of friends and who
infift l'urlorll'ln: they have used
that of all the medicines for womens' ilKm the world L)tint E. Pillkham'sVegetable I shock of her entrance to womanhood. my it
alive. I>r. card! Usi-s a solution of Itwhich Compound stands today pre-eminently at the head. I Conferees Reach Agreement Women who take Wine of Cardui have speak of 't'in the highest! terms and I feel
H! M) Mronz that a single gram Washr?toa Jute 30.-The confereesof tha.t1t is well bestowed.
little discomfort during pregnancy and praise
i* al'lr t.. color 4".i", quarts of water.If I' the two houses of congress on the
little pain at childbirth. When the If are suffering from f>
you "iaaweakness
a little of this solution Is injected Philippines civil\ government bill have ,
.; S. change of life appears they enter a : Wine cf CarJui u tie mon
udder the kn lot a living pones, in I f 'I practically reached an agreement. Th need.
happy healthy olTafje. E\"Prymonth it cine you
two minutes! the .t-Uin and fspiviallythe I 11 : > undemanding: provides for the elimir.ation comes to the rescue to assist Nature in You can have health: the i."n atthrowing

laucout tin mt.r.iiifs. will become i i of the coinage! section from the I II t h.impurities from the ) J Mi-.j Finley if y 'u will take ti!! \V.i.t!
tiiiuh diMiiIirid and the person will : !.\:)"''' I bill! thus poytpor.eing that question ta ;, uuu.Y' cf treatment. If you recd ai-
.:.-; ,. Miss Sarah Finley, of remphlS'ice
prcMTii the tI'I"'ar:1fJl'| of one sufffring 1l4. .r-- :'. another session for Independent ac i further than the complete\ directions
t! .T'_ Tenn., vice-president' of the Palmetto the lottlr.! address
from un .J'uh' of jaundice. gnenoa Ti-a
tlon. The senate conferees held oat
\I"I'r, will become of : Club of that city, speaks for herself and Lauit A.tvuory Department Chattanocga -
t'n I JH a !
their silver standard
for .
6o"t1.h, c.. 'T and tin pupils will! alc .. protifionand I many friends when she bestows the I Mtd. Cj., Ccattan .!!ga, Tenn. .
the house men were just as firm !
,'.,t I I--- "I i ii- invlhililiThese symp i1 .. r't. I i'
r- in their contention a gold standard
tou v "-iialn for one or I..ibly A mi." n suffering. v ors !a
two lv.uand thtn mil gradually dis- .., The house provision for a territorial; WINE of CARDVI have d.ail n1 1' :{ 111
# t:',,!"111 / legislature is sustained in moderate j I Win" "'f r U"III.
*; ;" ?
; form. The democratic members of
S ii'r :' r< riD produces this effecten 1
If> the conference were not at the forenoon .
a t '._ 'lady It naturally follows! 1 / J""iif !

a''I!,, ', I I'. IT. )card. that any l\Indy'' j 't (? :: n ,) session. but it is not beheve-J THE NEW GROCERY STORE.MILL
they will make any effort to change .
tli-,d.M *' tte agreement. 0- =- = = .: --- 0
it .V'
., !ny ;n'iMif< hnio a lorrnr: of being: -

iirl'd a i\'. an.ltbllt is why those ex- : Syndicate Buys Electric Lines. MOYER

l"'/ .ijitifjiri' now attrartin;? much at.h"ll. :: Huntington.. Va., June :30.: -Tho

In : Soint- Camden Interstate Railway company''
n l.uroH| physicians; Keeps a Complete First-Class Up-to-Date Stockof
imi.uta, tl.nt Nutt-f.tett'ry tests can' .. .. of this dty today sold to a Pennsyi ,

ai!+o !I.. in..Mlf ly the use! of the HDt'j j vania syndicate all their electric linesin Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries.

gen ,." -. "it It I Is not everyone who / this city. Central City. Crwde and : I
I No 30 W.
Covernment St.
it Block.
LUll the f at ;iitu M for making such tests. : '...'...Jc. .. ...,:,. Kanova. W. 1 a.. Catlettsburg and Ash. ,, Salisbury
.' and Ironton 0 The .
--- i -- land Ky. deal TKLEPHOXK :U7:
: 2:::: ':,
Acts Immediately. ;"::' .... also embraces electric light plants In .
j '
l II" s mu.times ni'iie trouble. I < ,. J '; < \.... Ironton Ashland and Huntington.
., .0 "". The consideration is about $2CiuOOoO. j ICE AND WOOD.
u' ,.u I .uuu.'r than in winter, Its I -=f'S' ,\\ .. i
-. '"II! I f., 10.1"1' from wiling to them '\\\ I It is rumored that this syndicate has!
eel I, I !ni: off after t'x"lds. One ._._", __ "" ...... ... ] 'f..r.,7.. in view the purchase of electric ra!!. : WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LARGER TRADE
M I n '?ueli Cure cures at once r-------- = :r. wa/a In other Ohio va1JeytiE'B.\ Tho
A 1,1. \ safe. Ads immediately
ultimate aim Is to have a continuous ,
v.,, ,II.! fur eouslis, ('nMs, <'roui) MRS. MAY BROWX, I Cincinnati and i
, I" ,u'I lung 'troubles 1IlT: is:1: Chairman: Program Committee, Westside Literary Union, Chicago, TIL line between I'ittsbuig I SEND US YOUR ORDERS NOW.

r' !luliii Sheppard; and Sidney I HEAR M at PIXKHAM Honor to whom honor is due,' and you \\'hoa lie lln.l Itrad.

1\.' I doserve both the thanks and honor of the mothers of America whom An unlettered CVlt's application to : Thompson, Olsen c Co..,

i you have so blessedly helped' and benefited. I have tired Lydia ]]. I I the riiiljnlt-Iiihu! court I.f naturali/a- I

111..110..1. ... 1I ,...fh ".. I I'inkham's Vegetable Cuniiioiiiidheil I would feel run-down or tion re.ultf in the following dialogue: Manresa Street, Telephone L'7.j .

la It,.. \\ is| the bliMMlhuund is now have any of the aches and pails which but few women escape?, and I i I, Judge--flare you read the iHt-lara- .

i f. \ n-..l in tin1 tlftfotioa of have found that it relieved at once and !;ame new strength! Several tion of Independence?

I ,1,1' I :lit": riiture of criminals.: Lidies, memlieis (if our Literary Union, sjK-ak in highest praise of \I'plicunt-\o., blr. i ESTABLISHED 1863.

'1'ii : .",!. '!] i !! is! 1'r)' elusive your't'gdalJle Compound, as they have been cured from serious female Jinl..".i- lla\e you read the constitu1 i

j' Ii< I* alu.ixs abreast uf the troubles. One lady, who thought she slat submit to an operation was 1 tiou of the United States? McKENZIE OERTING & CO.

I ."
.. .". .I-, 1 I.. hll" this adtant.iue, that Vegetable ('<>ini ound and :.s.natioVasli.. 'You have hosts of -Hnte you read the history of I 0 -DIALZR8 111I 0i

ilms hii. uurk\ nt night friends ii Chicago, and if you came to visit our city we would delight to i;I the United States?

\\"' ', :L. '" i" i uiiii'i'! tnl Ins task\ be si- i d) you Lonur. .iratt-fully yom'S-Mtt.Mfr Uuowx. 57 Grant Place, | Applicant-No, sir. i Ship Chandlery and General hardware

'I.! i ,.L. -. hN i-wai"', frequently Cliil-ago; 111" | Judge-No? Well, what have you
', Lied him 11.w which How Mrs. Pinkham Mrs. !1 80S AND 605 8. PALAt'UX 8TKEET.
l I' '14 < no by Helped McKinny. i j read?

"I. ',1. I"Iin.ij' !.' need. Si. at DF!.R MKS. PIKRAttI feel it my duty to write and let you know the !1\ppllrJlnt-Oi have ml hair on me : -.OEINTOTT -

.' .I-\I1;; but try as be will:!, poodou and your Ve!!"etalde Compound are doing. I had been sick ever since i! head, your honor. ______ :, REVERE COPPER COMPANY JOHN. ROEBLING'S HONH; CO.'B
ur ,'' i r. Mime clew. Intangible, my first! baby was born and at the birth of my second my doctor, as well as GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUSHEL A HON'8 PCMPH.
-tlie myself thou ht I should never live through it. After that menstruation When Other Medicines Have Failed
it U. it jet >t> 1"-
) I'' tr i""r.! of the Lunian Nidy. It is a never came regular and when it came I suffered terribly. I also had Take Foleys Kidney Cure It has CaUlS Cerdiji Piliti, Oils lintlcil lostroniiiiU Uuts.! tiCi.n ChIn!

,'.'r'.. 'i. !,. to his f i..steps. Science I If w"omhlnd ovarian trouble. A friend of my husband's advised him to get cured when everything:: else has di\ "- COMPASSES LOGS, KTO
J:. I'iiikliaiu's for At first I had
Lydia Vegetable Compound me. no .
,f. 'ii It : ingenuity Cannot % tl.tIt' ( faith m it, but now nothing could induce me to be without it. Meestruation! appointed Sold by W A. I> Ah eni C. McKenzie Oertlnfj Collecting: Agent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent A54o
berte 121: South I'aiafox street.CILf3TOFtIA. ,
t I'., mlor 1.t14li"tillrtH'astht'! 1ms become regular and I f l'.llike a new woman. Your medicine is a God.send ciation..

i :'. ..1 i I'". fanNo'rllI'r..- to ,,'Hf.'rini- women I hope this letter will lead others to try L} ftH IMiikhaia's Vegetable Compound. Yours truly MBS. MU.DJU.D Ito K nd Y15 Ha d '
i iU I' '.1 i i n "" mutter whether his 3..are the Anus II lutm
'.' I b) a thoiixind others McKiN.M11'earl t-t., :an Francisco Cdl. Iar'h 10, 19u1).>rrP I The Star Laundry .

f.r i 'I! no matter wlu-thir the If there i> anjtiling in jour case about which you would ,

r !it i.i illi'ii: ur hours bats elapsi like special ndticc, write freely to )Irs. Pinkham.I.Mrcss 13Ljnii

I .ut |,r.--....| be enrth. the :\Ia.... Her advice is tree. I Know One 'ore Krmmljurao Biggest Busiest Best !

IN t',ere and m.i>' I... followtil ( obstinate cuiii. JIJ ntlllu I..'ov-tal-ain ,
We the Nation Hack of J < IU'\\A RH.- haved.'pOltl.hnlb! City Lynn
.'i. !N n'i'\! olti' :uima!1. 1\\\'I'r. ,.hub will I'f paid wallY priMin who can boil that tli above;u.tiraoiu l letter; Seasonable householdand -- ----
\ I 'i" -i :iLllibly trace out the scent 55000 are Dot ifenuiue,or w ere publuhej before obtaining the wnur'i pedal perUU5SIOU. .
aft > I In I'll on tin iMiinnd for sex- Lydia E. wkhara Medicine Co, LJTJO 1Ilau kitchen utensils at the : I I>u An Eveniii'4: Call( on

<<< : t i v -i nil that is the bioodli und | Willis Hardware Co.'s. I ,
Your Swell Friends
4 I ',1 \ I
-- ---- LA'W'DEPARTMENT The man who owns his own home
IA tnnll'.ot.J insures himself against lots of v- u will find will be warmly re-
trouble and Nobody ca'u I' '
II Hu '111 i.j! \\'lIInlf\l' !, thus worry. 'i-ivnd if you are well and neatlydrp
raise his rent and the rent day hu
t. 1..1 I lie 1hllTal. '.mlllll'rdt: I John B. Stetson ao terrors for him. ft';; ..a-v to owna I ,_ I' -'ed and your linen i- irrprro.tcli-\ 1
It. ...HUIIIl'd""It',1 UniversityDo home Thos. C. I
ablp. A woman < f refinement
r I III* tb.' .\lIlI'ri"1111' I.:..' Watson & Co. can tell you how 4 "II >
Do Lnurl. Flo1'icln. I f'/ ly always gauges: : a iiiati's well bred instinct
t I ,' 'idto ttkf! one of US. Ill" easy It is. Call and: see theta r

t, lin-li\ the American I'. rnKllO I'" It? I'rt'.ult'llfl.mHT: .1, ..'..\IU11, I.', R., iran __ b ____ ___ __ -- Z ,f's a I by the erudition of his linen,

r f 1111: is as lane nti.t I'tll'141In ( '< miiiniN cliicili\\ ( >i tuber I. iIIITW'u :':. _.l r and he goes into her presence armored

I I II' am] .tl'numy and LODGE DIRECTOHYKNIGHTS 5 :" -- with beauty when In, shirt
'i }:\R < "l KhT'i.: Law\om-nl of liiiiii! I:. 'I..hun r'ii\vri-it gttrr 1 ,
.I!b tIi' :111I" latitiiili', Mir rtt\\'ofnr-' COUT-.I'.I" .tdii.t'''- '- <-f I.I. KhFIlEE.tIIMII.rHI r collar-and cuL'. have been done
; up
. : E: rtAH-lUt r
,. .. cur t'IIIIIUil'r 'itii0m9oftar141wIMparttlt.tofJoh18K.! J
W i
:-It""n I ni\er-it% n 1'iiitto tlin, 1 .-- -- at the Star Laundry.
t: \\ tIM4' IIIn lIitk"lIt \1.", H'ltriih: I l' F"KAA'1'UN--Fortf h.. i.B'" Anni>untvin-nt of 1:".'-'!.and OF PYTHIAhI ".iti
lirgiltrLaw: I" ''UI m.. .!. 1lrl''
I .. I.. b"at mi earth and : a ''
ALHEKr J. FAHRAH. Deauof L-IW Deptrtmwit. >eni>acola Iimlge N". 8, K. of P.

I. ,. ?, -", U.lll t, yet earn hate at 1'nt.Z"that: :ivrt'.il.indi- De Laud. Fla.I meets every Monday fr-L ALL WORK C. 0. D. Goods Called for fdfl DelIvered Free

Ins at ":'J at Canle Hal
It\ 'I 111'1'1'! : hstit,. best I In the Kloant Wattohalldln TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST.
Is In r. t ?. third door.J .
t' I c. Ii Hull Ii there
i : r .....,t.i and "..ft lvl.ll; I'ft ; Tulane University of Louisiana. Vl welcomed.ltlog brethren oordlill WALKER INGRAHAM Manager.TIME
'I."t> Uur uni/.iiu lands M.CAMPBELL
'c r ,
au' ... t '. :il id wi ox i iiit cattle to Nor Oi-lo/xnw. K.R.&H.
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full ""nur'-, In Laua.."', !*,..-,, .- } a/i- --'.:ig. Law, Medictno Pharmacy 1 EKKKCT DECKMBKR 1. Utt:
I 1IIIdd lutrndtici C. KHliiud H. !S-vrii s-panit,. ivpanni, ".:.. MxtMeii K'1 I.t''t,, 1xt: .:.sNe L.brarie,. Laboratories Art. 1iatD -
a:idV ork.lio|),. rpl. add lirpartuit-! foi \\"olll"n the CWColllht'allece. New Orleans and Mobile.
li.ilnn the f.tulou" _
h d O e -
1'ulan. mskr h'I\j..r.ni1l i vocatm.iIt fii'iliti for -
are unsuruisscd i
blood into 11tll.UIII." iit*dt the t oI So.L--! !
houthrti cure hewh Ehtysiniruetor.andltctdrntslats-. Manv acholarshiiH 41 Award to So.'I. Ao.4. So 8. co.l. No.d.
in theaPn.lrttucd&'partnt.-it open to Loui.mua ho%., f:ipen-fa of tbQIRrshp student 1:1:1": 12I ilrt' I Ll'ave. P"ouCoJ" Arrive a I .:'" p 5s
m p
p m t
will seed, free.Itt'rrl .
'U1(':. wi absolutely .. u .
IITifur n ,ion l.nai; J and laa4u< iadorruitori. <'. at IflU"... Up|>ortuniti " treatments r.otatnc ud'-nt- for '.II-It..III.. In tb Ai'ilemiiM'o'lrj: n>> hey, if properly Drrnnrnil I.W.HARPERKENTUCKY i iI 11:00 a 4::::! p 2i.'i a L"avlJ. .._ Mobile _Leave I la': n't1 13.15! n f,:09 p
forcntlrrkwII\ b.turu 1118frtJm iatilitvo! PRY tuitiou. Next session .,. orl""n' L. ave "!n 1Ji ....._
be.guu.'Icwhrr _.... ":I.p 7:"' a Leave S. L a
111 idllilui n. H. Itl> quickly cures "I Send for Catalogue. -- --t -

vJ ulcer. !scrofula eczenu, itching Addrl"+,. R K.: Hltt....., Secretary. I I North.

pkiu and blood litimors. cancer eat-

in::, fi-stetinsres. l iUcarbuncletMniplfs -. 'IU\\ 1iOT11. I Marston t5'Quina are sole Ib 11'ti No.' pm%. lt5 So.p 4.m Lfoan.." Penns.ols! ... Arrive 4(11)So.p I m ban No' ,a a.m
or otlen-iir I'tIlI'UIpalll- l\t5. m fJ:5i pm Arrive_ M ontom"q1 "aye 11:15 a m Ds5 p at

in IM>H ". "r Joint*. rheuut.iti-nL c.i- .nor THKK i uar th"c"ptt\'n.*"* of the I:ru- I agents for the celebrated .11Dt4"' m.: 11:5 1 ab' pr:3ism am m vQ04pm 3:1."m Arrive.Arrt\.....mlnlI"m.I."ave.. a..bV'llle".J..ue JIaam. ... 4t6pm_:.. ...
hrr'1.i IIr any blood or skin trouble.Itotanic I.:, bk i-rimner will h. rt-1 i Odorless refrigerators, j' ru. e I 713em Arrl\"e... Loai.vnle..Lave 5:15pm! 2:4,5 am
Hl Ial H.ilin R. It. lt. heals 1 II'0n'I'>:'' for contract1d I I 1IOam; 11:55 a m Arrl\1. ClnctoD&tL..Lp8\ 8"pm 1116pm
very i-or-1 or pimple mikes the hy the crew of .ud vr*h""I!N., ito'invii. I ITo I absolutely guaranteed or 7i0; a m 1Jlp m Arrive I _NtLoub_ .. Leavr__417; JI m A:53 pm

bl"iul pure and rich and top< allac'ii's order Captt'n I I money refunded. Sold by t DaMteer Bros. PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.
and palu... Itotjuic Blood -:".'it I
JUlm 11. 15, H. thoroughly tested u ',I If you want a nice present to giveto 1- I No. iI-Daily No. 8-D.l1y p Stop whore time not shown : co. 2-l.Ia111 ho. tR-Daly

for 80 year lu hospital auJ private EITHER-. nor consignees the captain of owner tbeBritUb a friend go and look through the 11:55 pin Tim a m 'Lave.. .I'.nucol..... _Arrive'I' IOTI'l pm -8---
practicf and has cured ttiou-.iudsof a M Cairnlocb Kill b.. :i elegant;: line of suitable articles at KIDNEY DISEASES 1 :15111ght 1:13" Iobema.. .." p,:57 '. 5i rS1ra0 "
Sold re-ponsble for debts coa-< ; 1:1'1" ... 1'niestre ......... IfJIo'U" : 11'01 I.13x1 .
cat'll't'u up a1 hopeless. at traetedbytbecrewofPSidte! ..c|. J. I. Stephens, you surely can find ;: .. 7:1'1" II .........Lscamb/a. ....... 131" : 1\51 ..
dru.t store*, f I per large bottle. For D. MITCHrtt.Soutbern something; to please you. If vou t1 U.\.i": 7.25 .. ... .._ Maillot ..... ... to 11:2" IIL:
free treatment write to Hlood Balm to.. .., .._ ..... ... t' !
I : states L CO. Captain I want anything in the Diamond fine 11:89" 7:1 Harp II): I" 6F1
th molt fatal of all dl II ......... .... II
Co. Atlanta Ua. Medicinesent at Consignee :;JH be him trt U\il":! 1S. G,1t CIty.. ... (1):15 II 6a7: ?
sure to see before
you buy. 13.51 .. Tio II 8a "........ Milton ...... It 1'loJ"' I, II:;,} II
ooctJ. prepaid. De"cnbe troubl and -.1 I '&:CLFOLEY'II IJ am..... II It ...Good Range ..... It ..... I. 4:SS j
free medical advise given BotanicBlood There's lots of money to be made I I In E.cambia County ClrcuttCourtState I'M" 9.15 II II .......... Bolts.... ...... ..,. :!\5" I 4I.'I II
Halm 15. B. 15.> gives life, i Florida In of 2t J.$) 8t i -- lIIlg.11 .....- F::$) 4:11 II
real lots of A
In estate- it. real es- chancery.Barney .
1 2$1" 9:'19 II 18 __.CrestVlew...__. 8:11 It ).) I
the blood The William :
Tlor andtren.rth to tate sign U usually a fin2er-boar'1 to I =W"MN !I I:") 9'M II ....-Deer Land _._ 8M to I 1S4" ,
finest lllood purifier made. I'Hauiclllood wealth. Thos. C. Watson Sc. I' Ll"r Williams.vs. ton ) 1tS.; VII It __ Mossy Head ..... II 8:.) II glq ItI
Balm B. B. B.)> gives a 4:03: II 1t\S": _Deinnlskiprings.. II 8H" 2' .. i
41 .
the Tt
Real the
Co. leading Estate: firm Monday a day of July. A. D. Iffthedrfendant.Llller .
I II .... II "
\.vd to the kiu aDd 4:1'1" 5.44 Argyle. '_ 1:.. I 2.51 ,
lU supply Williams,
healthy hare some offers which it would is required !
to to the bill filed rtfundco ConUlniky 4: ) 851' .....Ponce de Leo1._ II 'I':2'J It 2.J'
entire system.Pocket! be worth your while to consider. Go ll.appear against her here- or mqntj 1\:1) IJI1J' II ., _Wlllt\I1I_._ II 117" 1.'5 "
and see them today and don't wait TbU order to @ I'tmIdltI rsco ds d a&- lIfIo I. 1'It5' .. C"I''Vlllo....._ M 1:11 It lu .i
..eet for four consecutive 6 8.1 It 11)tJ'! .,-.Kontfay..?_._. fIS lf":
cutlery and scissors -' : till to-inorrow. i DAILSEWS, a newspaper weeks published in tbe in Dint phfiidAM u the fat (of II( ) 11).1 It __ thlpley ._ 81": 194 "
II $} II lIln" .._Cottondale._ "
the finest to the said E: cambia county. ; 1:1. 14,01 nooa
from A. 3L UCM : KIMi and BUAJtf troublo.! 1:00" 11: $ II .._.-Maness 8:00" 1:14"
ILLAX: 7 30 II 11.S" It ....._ .._..... .. IIL
at the Willis" Foiey's Clerk Circuit : C7 rest II:!!>! a m
cheapest, Kidney Cure I'I By H. H. Barton. C. I PIICI ... 11& I II 1':40" 11:5 .", _(;rand RtdlEe_ 5t! 11:2'1 II1M"
12:1)6 noon .____ Mne.dl ,. IOW
Co. makes PensscolsFls.MaylhU. II:
Hardware I 1 ki&cys aad kU&ct }7oawiw'
right I W. A. D'ALEMBERTE. 8U" UU" Arrive-ItlvsrtunctlonLe/v,. ;lJ" : 10x0 "


.... ... .' ITHE
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r-::.-- i -- ------ .
: A GAS FLAME a member of the executive: committee -
n 1 \' I until his successor shall be chosEn in I f t t t'I f
.\ ? j
Ilnlrf'nlou", Monlral the year 1901. jt r
if '.J Y utt' sPills I
from a ( Qualifications of Voters. i

-.; **. t / <=t-'fc A siiular Those, and only those persons shall }! i.

1'v," r'n I i lon::s to a man be permitted to become candidates !,e; 1 A i. ;
yy e.-, in pursuance of su eating, persons of a bilious habit :fore, or to'o e at or participateIn !
*' ; ill derive great benefit by taking one i the management of this: primary I' ; 1t ,
: : ;
.fJ fessor, ..
O deti It
'; pills. If have been I
you i election who are white democratic tlt-c: i.
1ft I entist. Until! I TOO MUCH tors, duly registered for the elect. n f !

'ly/e/ ? .--..,'r refMiize the will promptly relieve, the nausea in the year liid. i.r on the 12, 13; and : :-.:: !
I iurt[ of the HEADACHE 14th days of June, l&C):'!, who declau\

'\ -- .. (, I dra wm:?: room. i their adherence to the principles ami for Infants and Children. t

fair I is the so (' nervousness which follows restore :organization of the democratic patty I
| appetite and g'oo'my The Tviiul Vi 11\\' > _\1w:1 leas IMIPIIO ...
remove feel- ( llonarlit tlio iiji : i.
1 national state
> /fJ; \\hea VMS is Llegantiy : and county, who. u'j t
] hiiuiii of sugar coated. j, ,they voted at the regular election turf tif Cia<. II. 1'lelheraod lias been nuulo under 11i.. i r i
a c<
.......... t ; ] No Substitute. |' i hell '
next preceding such eroonal ion for JJO 'ill' '
j it roduees a I primary l> >npert1> over > ( \\ no Ulan 1 I
the - ''election then voted the democratic to deceive in tlii*. Counterfeits Imitations ami
to angle; at \\ -- I you .
v \ r ).i' .: 1 eiu'iti! 'd from the j! ticket who, national, state and :' 't1n..t-a..srood"; are hut \:1tt'ritlJ'ut'i, awl endanger<< tho : !
county, are by the laws I
itlier a sound or PRIMARY of the state lawful electors oi I} Iioaltli of Children-Experience: against Impertinent.The t

BEAUTY TRIUMPHS, totiel..n voriri\ani-e: : ;! a button('llaLl
'II* a Pr'.ctlc Trumsure. l Mutt the uju-ical t. taxes legally due not less than ten ,
n greatest cbarni. The his will. There I ELECTION CALL 1 days before such primary election is j j i Bears the Signature of f I I;

itiful yeomen A prettj his fliaiiiJi'lu-r, so : held and who shall, when challenged j I tIn

.. iteraity fur fear il losing flier octave The i j jiMrticr --_ ;jby any elector pledge in writing upon : !

it ran be done to perpetu- of the room ,j i oath, before an inspector, his honor :o I .

-. I keep women beautiful i !but !l.ttlepaco : flection of the democratic I'abide by and support the result of such j f
\:' -ii l>y culture' and un- niistakeii for a will be held in Escambia county I primary, and vote for the nominets I.I
n In tile'C'Ti..ii.. Husbandstvtte therefor. I
this remedy in order wall. The music : J on the 13th day of July A. D. 1
I The inspectors to conduct this election
thrsr wives as to the ease dames is very I ::! for the purpose of nominating will be selected by the committee Use For Over'30 Years.

hiMrrn can be torn and loud! or as vibrant for the following offices: I at a meeting to be held at the' ..wr Cf..... ""....... n ..u.... ........ NtW e... e'.e I
'ta and figure retained. wood or brass i United States Senator. office of Judge T. McCullagh, at ,, A

Mother's Friend Is fuller and i Representative in Congress 3rd .:30 p. m., June 24, 190:::. This cc
whistle! or a tltite. mittee will meet at Judge :\1Cul-1(
"v nhich this: preparation is An odd feature j Justice of the Supreme Court. lagh's office at 8 o'clock, Saturday ; lO.f.OO fn.
',ed throughout the pain allied to that playins; on !j, Secretary of State. night, July 19, 1902: for the purpose of i ii Awarded at Park
.. pregnancy the of Comptroller. i i canvassing the vote and announcing I] Dr. G. H. Tuttle
IT::icjj sickness, cures sore vary amount ; I ,
Railroad Commissioners. 1 jt the result of said election, and the in.I'
I-.IH. all tendons
i called bung; I
., State Senator, 2nd District. specters will have then and there the i Dr. J. G. Heard '
burden. I
: expanding the nomiui ical ,
'. .. i!1.1)( under its influ- I Members of the House of Hep- returns of said election; if they have QUINAIAROCHEWINE 1 I II
: vttor notices is ; 1 1 .
hp I been
': :.t 1'iticipates favorablyi r.ot already forwarded to the I i DENTISTS.
i i :' :'>rt.thus liehtowel. of nnuMial timbre ; j ji Tax Assessor ;I chairman of this committee.C. I Ii

."\ot her' -, Fiend i- a liniment for tx.1 i the chundclur. j Tax Collector. B. PAKKHILL. I i j[ Itooinu 7 and n. >la.onic! Temple,
'.. It is ruUied i I The owner has 1 County Treasurer. DAN :MURPHY Chairman CORDIAL
gently i i All brandies < f "' urglcal.| Operative Iud
> -'Merely taxed:: :and being siderablifun by : County Commissioners. Secreta!')'. Hle, !Bret recommenditlons for cure ol Poorness j jot j I M .-.'bRnll'all't' pet fllntlt'd with tech
i Blood: Sun lIch trouMcs end Genenl. De .
Members of the Board 1111'111kill.
Uall County
the Jnuclc W tin-lit wLcu WHIM- > i" Increases the srrellle urtnu'htns
'. it fur }\ JUT Lottie. You i.r hall that knew Instruction. the cents sod '" Ids up the entire system I i special aiti'iiiion tv.ii to t1l1h1rJ>D', ,
"k "flotherhood" free 1 Justice of the Peace for District INSPECTORS AND CLERKS i 'r.-.. ,. .. 1111'fl'hldl t-Ttluics: Crown
j \Vlnie the auditor : 33 rup Driiuot I I 1 and IlndKi' work
was puzzled <>
Constable for Districts Xos. 1, I l'i Material' : fi nipt'n lit Fhpnnnt.Telephone | .
i: toiierra .1 to. ,
lurs in rain for !.
t 5, C. The following named ;i" i I./i ns hatS tirnl..1. I II
Military (rlnir'*. IKJX he bi-lieved to I i i Chairman of the County Exe- 'been appointd, by the Deniociart; I II I, :\0. tiT.s

and |I'ri\u tlUII" .1,) not 1m- he was i Ignorant; he Committee. :i j', 'Executive Committee of Es ani'if-J'!, i If 1

t, :.per.. awl iiiMiliordiuttiuiii : some fear :tl"" : I :Secretary: of the County Execu- :,: ('(,UnIY. to conduct the primaryI!I. c. f I

in -, w !tile tin- ti'iiiptutiou : UK-ist. A neighbor; !, Committee. +I,: 'tion of July 1";, I'.iiii: in tiir i"''-p-i r-I i ,

it .. to !be had i> too often in there! declared! 1 member of the county executive I 'tire pirciui-ts.; under the fill... nt ih- 1 i t I WING GO.

: 'i urak lust I well:! weaning: j! and could hardly be in and, for Precincts Nos. 'State I and County Democratn I Ev n- | IIItnportiT' &

,.'-i\t.II 1 nf such tlis,,;.patu>n. It the house.j to twenty. inclusive. l I tine Committees 'anti. the instruction- 1 These! tiny Capsules src superior J Jto

:Miiilul scumof trin I State Executive Committee has i that' will be furnished them : : Balsam alt (. ;
: ;l's' j While!! the ros-t ; ; 'paha,
ribed the rules and regulations j Precinct No. 1.-0. C. Chffoid,I Jn.'M. .'. nrJD'f and n,'al, is in-
I t Cebet,
.1 1 W. are to trut'a'Ue re- the owner call it. trd (njeltlt:ns
primary for state officers, in. Hieh.8r., ., inspectors; R. L. Rob
Let times pitVmu wasi struction demands + \ I n.t'lrriu48 hour3tlJl' I Chinese and Japanese
the State Senator and mem- (:rts. clerk.
n.iTiiral mirc-mltr to physiiKiinu. order to secure the (i .\h' N'oe tl"e.yGr, U..ll 'In\ insist.. I
IVecirut Xo.Frdnk Marx
ot the House of Representatives, I
Major Arthur e ,' sill on> nmCCiSTS; Goods
says tinchimneys. In County Executive Committee.1]! inspectors ; John Davuipoit Fancy ,
n The rortniclitly: Utvnw.ii the! owner devoted ,ideik.
meeting held in the office of
sentry is oni- of the most, trying; chimneys of ). Judge McCullagh on the 26th I| Precinct No. 3.-C. H. Royett: \\'. J -- FINE CHINA TEAS,

: unitary rriines. It i is invxiroui width before he May, 15u2; provided rules and Wilkins inspectors; C. II. Kupfrian : 31 South Palafox St. .

tw military point of factory musical ; as follows, in accordance! clerk.! x V Every Woman Laundry Otlice. Pensacola, Fla.NOT1CK. .

''I the safety nf tJlIJll*:lIHS iuay, length 1111 .,"111 tlw tiiiilanw of one man, I the thickness( of : : : tate Executive Committee for the I I Illnrd, Jr., inspectors; John Langrcu .A,! al>utLiewa'jili-rfu) ;.
: of candidates for Tax As- clerk.' t a NURML Whirling Spray
.1' strain of sunn1 wearis-onie, lungtetl ity of the walls
: ... I have been authorized take .
I Precinct No. :3. .\ \ ibP IIr.a.I..1}1 "J K' to
Tax Collector County Treas- j J. Bubee.. B 'S1
; i tuarch or fati.ruiriz: opcraill sition of the ,glass lava wed 'I< h.a. itrrhaT subscriptions for \Vm. Jennings

I t 1\ tMiiiH-tiiiies explain! what cau- I t-ical note given by County Commissioners, School i|Weaver.ckrk.Precinct. inspectors; H. l-', Frater, -- ,p vet ll Shrl/'uvr'uenl.I....... Imuall, ,,. Bryan's paper "The Commoner.The I
and Members of the Executive
I tw (li- .,,,.I.\1. 1'0"t. ] No. 6.-T. J. Davidson.C., 1.. ,...4rant.I ro.It. '., price is. $1.X per year in ad.
NITan w.. hut our exes to i >,,,slble : IH011)5|I n6e' vnm tsnpplyn.e' + vance. Those desiring the paper
inspectors D.\1. Bouifayclerk. M tIN .1.. rooNI..I"II
"I 1 names of the candidates for | ; arrrpl C"-
:':.lit nf ft more t-oiiteuiptiMt'! if not am usinga wild 01: mn for ll- can have it Pent to them by sending
Stoniath and I different county offices and memo I I l"sr t"II.-I.d It t: \PIt 1.00 to the
f ,
thI.'fIUlt.In.t :Misbehavior, It full aI'fP.t"'Ial". ,.. undersigned
-rt JI.u1'u.Kfa
Precinct No. 7.John l u
of .1
Executive Hammock
Committtee must
tht) in the best thin : ...u.IirluU, ! till I .. ('<>., L H. \1. Roc It E, '
t. i the\ vwtuy--viwimlier, in plain [ I -ver used 1:' sa upon the official ballot to be |I IY.. Norris inspectors; Ed. Campbell Care Daily News.

I ,;! Mi it tint abolutfly unknown in Justice{ of. the ,' in said primary election July 13: ,' cleik.Precinct. Koom 32c Times Rldg. INrwfork. I

I. i "r trey usher !lrlll '. It is wiser. :jThf1 tdbUts not and no blank lines will be left I No. S.-Oo. (fJiBson.: Bud!

I !.:IJ" t i'.i I iv\ i i. il IT its extlihi- ord'-is! of the ballots, and no voter will be i Prrctor inspectors\ ; Taylor
.. 116.2t.S.'T{ to vote for or write the cluk. THE GARDEN SECTIONFensacola
I "i "i I tv 1.\1' i i- ut tl.lIIII1It fol- the liar and !' nam CralIru'I
., candidate the said ballot Precinct No. !>.-P. R. :\Ic I
:> t u' :.'11"'' -!mt our t.y,:. to the to take and )! ) on ,
the of the candidate be Cowart, inspf'ctorsY.. T. Dick cleik. o-C>F-o
, i" 'I h." ..-''tllI.1I m-currenee. IT.: ; nuts per box. name ; ,
ilniggists; and ', on said ballot. !I II j ji .: Precinct No. It).-C. J. Ward!, R. Ed- '
""lh'I...] team, I i person desiring to have his, clings inspectors; B. II. Bryars, clerk Florida

'Ah"ee! to: nl Mi, ntden"to! as: V ) ",.." ,, : printed on the primary election i'I, Precinct\ No. 11.E.. B. Lee, I. ,

rlu, link n "hook fniin the !..'>':" nt! the \J"I'I1unh.. m.v ] as a caudidite for the above I IMimins, inspectors; J, 15. Stewart. --
'cleik.. Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus
offices! and executive commit- | ,
//:1111',1; J'hru'Hf.. the I"< w 11..1:11. to see y ,11. And i !
-. "'..1 lid lain wiper isn't itV" :Miss |Ut' Kiel b -"It ;; i file with the chairman of this, Precinct No. 12.-J. L. Scholia, J. r --- --- r
executive committee be- Oliver, inspectors; E. D. Beggs. clerk) I
on or
:: l.-r bates asked ( : : Beautiful
kinking at AugiHtus-UeaUv: Lots for Sale.
., I. the noon hour, 12 m., on the 24th (I Precinct! No. 13J. G. Whit,. Sr'IA. .
: !lI."I. i told .l.| uh when I I that I've made
j say '
A. Fisher J.
inspectors EmmettWolfe
June A, D. 19U2, his notice of ; .
. I' 'il l>iioK I I1. it rliit"* /'ate of I far but I !bt'!lieve
J I ) tlacr and application! in writing clerk.i I Il'rt'l'ind 40x137-2 feet at from $75 to $200 each accord
1 .,
i it lit u [".it'ii"u. ttliuiei idea Do i
now. No. 14. Jos. I. Johnson
you \ his name so printed upon a j I r
i I i jl L.'I! itv.isn't w'. "Of l.I'..... : : to be furnished by said chair-j i: Dave Kugleman, inspectors; R. C'' ing to location and surroundings.

1' and; _,, .i.iii-!h i .1 price for 'Just like the one i accompanied with a sum ofj Caldwell; clerk. I II
" \\.i- ''.., lil 11 I Li.l. I'd IH'V-I' miretl. by the way. assessed by the committee as I 1 t, Precinct No. 13.: -M. P. Palm. Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View, !

!I."W it when I tolll him into ei's-tasica ; Candidate for Tax Collec- I Ii I Whiting, rlerk.

'ill. iHfllllM1 I StH'll tllt"i show." 1 i . . . . . $100.00 J i Precinct No. 1C.-J. G. Howard.. |I i The grandest for
Flowers, inspectors J. W. King j opportunity investment ever
nearlytlrot' times m..rei'.aJu's | ".\11. I see. S> Candidate for Tax Asses i I

: Par a lower pruthcad.tron -. la.r':" 1 . . . . . 75.00; clerk. offered in Pensacola. '
Precinct No. 17-K. .\. Kuhpn. J. A.
''II ? hi sonic "No. for Candidate for County I

.1':" Kcr-cril-JItTald. Tor yourself myself.? |!' Candidate.' for. . . . 'j;,.())0 I:Hendrix Precinct, inspectors No. IS.-John; J. L.Jibson.HoJt. derk.H. T. Home Seekers Should See These Lots. !:

County com '
." ccnmg the System: do-youWhy? . . . . 10.00', Enterkin: inspectors: ; J.1.. Harrisoncleik.
-i1' the bowels that the I my l iy, ( 1 Candidate for School i .A. ClulbTos

r- d I of imp'mtifs. Con- Jove, tie dear girl ,i . . . . . 10.00 I Precinct No. 19.-W. H. Trimmer, S.
}v thefe poisons in the: ; tzie or lose the daw 1 : 'I Candidate Justice of Peace 5.uO I 1 Terry, Jr., inspectors; 1-'. M. Wood I
derk.I'rE''im.t. Corner Garden and Alcaniz Streets.
i -,rig headache, dullnos'i"lia Candidate for Constable. 5.00
'l at first, then unus Bronchitis For : for members of the Exe- No. 20.-O. W. McCurdy.
Daniel l Bowman inspectors F. M
'' .' and finally serious : Committee not to ;
a remedy is applied. 'i Mrs. Minerva ? assessment.are required Mayo, clerk. f. C. HKKNT. W.M. H KNOWLKH. W. K. HYKR, JR., J. H, KKKHE.

I arly Risers ,, 111. writes: "I 1 I C. B. PARKHII.L, President. Vice-President C. bltr.! Asi't C.ilil r. .w
: prevent i soon after June :24! as possible a I
(|., \ htitnulatin; the liver tutntyears! and! all candidates for above-named DAN :Ml'RPHY Chairman. '
til I ",.1..1| FolevV Secretary. 2.;:;3tf
.i-t healthy n tlnn of
+ will be printed in the news
Hi'. .. vvhhh is ,imi our h First
f little pill do not ; and the chairman of the com N-ationalBank .
y !but tiy strenthenitgnablr ; I II .MI inbeiti Ul: < will give a receipt for each POLLING BOOTHS ;

tlum to perform -- -- of candidacy, received, and if I FOR THE PRIMARY. ,
Aik.. Sever gripe or dis- c.1. : : the 24th day of June any person I f'

-' I'halm.1ohn Shop- B*.ntii /) Ilia" : that his name has been left I Following are the polling; booth
'' I,' v Kahn.: SJgllatue the list of candidates published''signaled, for the primary of July 13: I

\ llunuh Itlile. of 4 will be rejected unless het I Precinct 1-Nix, School house : I .
a receipt for same trom the ; Precinct WM. H. KNOWLES, W. A, BLOUNT. F. C. BRENT I !
.cat ho :i'italI> thought :, i i Kupfrian, Kupfrian W. K. HYER, J}. '
'..t'I! the measles? i' Medical Soete' Park.Precinct. D. O. BRENT, I
a larger number of candidates
Windsor.. School) house
It dl. Islet! enough There will be a \ | I1
be announced than

s lea from but head yon to are foot.('t'rPt How) i:i' o'clockp.m:he he Pensacola Board ,of '!; ,, the when committee the above can assessment were, if they contem1i was see ':i'I!Old| Precinct Prt''ill'tIFerr Place. ;3-HI'aulah.8f'11001)' .Pass HotJPl'ts'house j,j t, rmi A aaa DQ m iiti!U Z Aau 1 B 3at A iAa g I

"out:: for that? do so. cut down the said assess-1 i I Precinct Powelton.. Cantonment i

1 I!.. they I'roujht me here i j ji ,i Visiting pbY The voters of the entire coun- I' Precinct 7-Pine Barren, Be f Mai-' l ;
iiiTited to attend .
vw. ChionL'o N'ows. I i vote on the above named conn- ;ket. I 'We draw Bills of !
II DR. \ ; I IPrpcinct __ onr own Exchange on Great Britain, IreJantf
I including the chairman and I
----- S.-Crabtree, Jennings's! : ,
i of the executive committee Germany France, Austria, Italy, Holland, Spain, Belgium, RussIa, Not .
I heruhlr railroad. |
l>id. store
OK. 1.. nE. 1. ,
( Sweden, Denmark and other European
the and countries
justice of the way.
peace :
the usual] >
tr he loves fair! Didn't she ii25ttf Precinct 0.-Bluff ;Springs;
:, : >s. and the candidates for a' [ .
place.Precinct 'h-
I office who shall receive frVe seli! Disbursed upon Moat Favorable Terms, and li
a ma- tbell
in I -Wardt Holland, Ward! .
II. ,- |
? of all the votes cast for that'; I(Obligations Taken Payable at Port of n8Btiration Ten or Fifteen Day '
]blacksmith shop. j
.' -.IK! It she didn't i after Vessel Arrives there.
acceptInd The shall be declared! the n ninee! Precinct 11-Walnut Hill school ,, q i
-" : kill! himself; anj she democratic party for that office. .
house. .
: CVSafety Deposit Boxes for Rent In
I'hiladelphia; r.ul.etin. event a candidate does not re-1 I' Connection "
Precinct 12-CitIntcn'l"nrla and'
-----,-- That with which we have a PriwaApartment for
a majority of the votes cast, an Alcaniz. I the U.. j f

Always Keeps It Handy. primary election will be held on ; Precinct 13-City, Garden! and Paa.I! I of Ranter*. J .
;h day of August H'02.. to choose 1 !
fox. ,
'.! <,r suffu'.1! a lone unitand the two candidates receiving; I:i Precinct 14-Pat :Mrllugh'ss-n-:;: ,
iuJ pain> ai-neral D ANHH O I r& U
',It' primarily M, itnUmV. !:voters'!' vote of in the the county July at primary.large' manna and Palafox. WE WILL'FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE!

!I. \\'. Spaldiiu.\ ,. V. !ma 'i Precinct 13;-:Malonev's store Inten'dencia -
for the chairman and
vote sec- : and PeVHIier )

i tars::10'h.; ao. lit i r Rot at h once< i to null ti\ : of the executive committee and Precinct 1C-Pinevillh>. usual .. .Wnl"05I4 1.1..1 tMar for. one",..Fund'tr. ......- READ TIIF. TTTLKS | ,
(' of each precinct shall vote 1 awl
I >u .ft err .
t. place. fr a :r (\all' ODd
ae (it :'I'\'f'ntyi". tat- DI pine w rite inv w lit .
.: -' ,. wants, nmaikina that member of the executive commit- Precinct 1.-Br his precinct and the candi-i smith sh.p.Prpclnct pur 'jttrt )f a n KJV 'ill 1 I' ..I' .V"..
lit bad ftVcts. j-ln has I_ 0' l"ilcif I Prth''e ilwlulii. ,'
I i a< {
for the .
executive committee re .
A rime II hu l
' le t.f K.'tl lSlcDa"il- u-ua1playa : ....... ,,,<. .. not t MADE BYl' [ he highest vote cast shall betSixty i r 1'rt'U II' .n Ib .rt.M.. ... a '1,1", ',. I
I rl:n'd.." '. ; 'ngvniptonis.. Co'm tl.'rar.. iitiaiwir. *. h t tut Ile'aa4 I kke I
1.1.' !+rrauhIrrwula IMC "
> "
HINT: 1O ('KeNT Precinct 10-Molino Ward'sPrecinct srnr' K .,,, .
t-ai'- J It your s-tiflKuh is I Cfi-l I UtHiril wu'uyel fa..I.otF ep t
.. ..... ... .. .
2 4'i i'-h! \\ 11h.\ .> eood. Koduilie \ l\ !!! Years of Popularity toVHK -t>nt A lsufL'.f d.' ,ral""l aid

'y\!I'>T.,;math.f. .!':IC anl:yI i'lIr.str
; .. HarciPhar- : ). but the #hop are full of im dine. : =t< .r. or m >Ii.\ at'u : e "' r M ui' aauttei rtes.Mm .r._ BlCc Iw trll 1.&.r .. I.ra n.tJI, ........'\.ai' '!*.. KIT, -' a"i. '
AGENTS FOR I,I "' Nrr 'I! M' I
r'', I : ,: ai.d ::jdn.v! made to sell upon the real_ :a o"f rhamb>"-iains Stomach at S. A- I \Ii :al 1 I'-tn.- ta' if ..> Htrrf T' ,
Tu best ni\s! Tali dttfir'rtl; 10-<1. Mv H !", 11 a. f ii w! ai x m v-t I.-I w
I.n-i t Tat r>- rr
.. ...
I L f. ll :) of the I't'nuiu.b; cau- ref t..t.t t' r a"t. w t "( N O' a w 'Fort r ) rNwuiLe..mrL .
!. .... th ti mahPnc. fmrtvn Ui U iU .
t tf.iut.
"i i +r; dis: 'If ; I I w r wJ' .d.r.'t. M w l! h
therefore when ak for a in a fv dart.. 1.... .- >T* I'.D p rawi vDU&ua. T' t> ilKiYpr: the r"f'U aDd. .ret 7' r i
r'11.STV2ZI1i.: : 1 M ain Hou-e-401 you J:,. ."'n':; < ,w tn. AU-M-l WICUl.\C n ,01 i Urforc: wyi.( lit l...'. 4.Ja".

;I. d" : 1' !J ,;. rAjsBrA t R. R. Eichansre- to see that: you get the genu SALVONA SOAP CO.. [Dr. 12th J PinE Sis. ST. LOUIS. MO. >. t ,
P. O. Box 2fl.' An unfailing: remedy for BANNER SALVE
.Yt 1-(t!", .., jl Phones : ?, colds, bronchiti i the most healing salve thAt world: I 1 .1


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PERSONALS ml ejieTFe3tIDeNI e eFOR ( ,: .:....pH+S...........e.I............. ..!..

i *5ZS3S353S255555Z5Ztt5Z5&Mr. : BEGINS I TO= DAY. ; ;( : i At i

} A. Moneyway, a prominent' 0e
I citizen of Milton, is in the city today ( 'Iil i .

-AT- t'.

t J.. Wade left for Mobile laU night ( : I' HAN'S i

I after spending Sunday and Monday THE BIG STORE : .

here.We I : .1 0. .
learn with regret that Master EVERY \\1.11 .

Laurence A. Wilson on East Hill i is: $2.50 !

very ill. 50 Linen Skirts, 1-3 off Regular Price. ; I .

Mr?. W. F. Harrison of Milton, ; 0 .
All White Embroidered Waists 1-3
was one of our city's: transient vi--J

Hon today. I HumourPrice I. Regular Price. ( ( : OXFORDFOR

W. .\. mount, Jr., and Bedo liloant H) :

are home from Yale College to spend rf FIGURED LAWNS. II III I : ..

their vacation. .
I .
$1.00 Three Great Numbers for Monday Selling. .
Hon. Benjamin 8. LidJon came I : :

down from Marianna last night to CUTICURA SOAP,to cleanse the skin I $1.90 ;

look after some legal business.Mrs. I of crusts and scales and soften the thick Mayflower Batiste and Crepons, I ; i .

Allen Bid/ersot Ocala is expected 1 ened cuticle, CUTICURA OINTMENT, 10 yards for 75c. i .. ..
inflammation -
to instantly allay itching, t
here l in a few days on a visit and irritation, and soothe and heal, : .* ." ALL THISViiK .< ." :
to her father, Mr. J. A. Kirkputnck.Jtore : and CUTICURA RESOLVENT PILLS, Our 15c Line Fine Lawns, 10 yards for 98c. : :

( Cortelyou and E. Mandel, to cool and cleanse the blood. SINGLE I : ........................................

prominent business people of New SET of these great skin curatives i3 All our 25c Swiss Silk Organdies and (I' ;

York arrived at the Merchants th often sufficient to cure the most torturing 1 and Lawns 10 yards for 150. ':
s bleed i ,
disfiguring, itching, burning, I MEYER SHOE CO.
mornln,. ing, crusted, scaly, and pimply skin, :
i : ,
i I
MiAgnea Chevalley arrived scalp, and blood humours, with loss of ; One Case Printed Challies, new goods, I night from New ()rleiuShe i istheRuet hair, when all else fails. : 10 yards for 40c. ; :

I of tho Misses Brown \ Fret FimiMii'ix for ( a-li Iflll,.
on ; Millions of People I
Wfet H)IIIlnl street.' I Ii "
I I i l'iB ciTiccRt SOAP asi-l.-te.l by CrrnnuOiNTMi.Nr
:\Irti. George M. Htoeckinjjer, Hr.. for ireimnx(, 1'unfyin., an the! the! scalpof ,
of New Orleans, i is visiting her son I.TU..Iot.iJ..s.:lUuilruff., ant the Uip-- ,I .
In this city having arrived last I Iuight pin I and soothing red, rou,:h, and gore hand: ,for i I!

\Vm.t on Edwards the I excursion.of Plymouth Fla., ery.allllieiiuriHMVJuftlie baby ra-bis Milllous Ib-hlngi of Women! and t.Uot uaoXTLCrRAStAP chafluK, bath! anal, and nurs-for 11l1iUiam l ( 101)1100)1) ) vl Son. '! MJ.III I I M. FOLKMAN

iiEAl.KK' : I'
and Messrs.! J. T. Hughes and H. E. la the farm of baths fur auuoyiug IrriuUuin,
Elliott of Florala, are today's'guests '! InflduimatlnDit, and eiroriations or UK free f ; WA I lave P \
among/ ----- -- ---- - - \\V\\\\ \ \ \c.rl"
or offensive perspiration" In the form of I
------ -- -- -- - ( PAPER '
at the Merchants.Mi i wa-ilie for ulcerative weaknesses and for - - 11 ALL i i t M'iinufr'tursr4 e..t
many sanative, antiseptic purps which m
?" Hannah Ben on, who has: rtS'lily,:gc-t tln-niwh e*to women. -- IL! United MatM.Feather .
been vi=itin? Mini Mamie Smith at CUTII'L KA !tR>.OL\'F.ST Pius (Chocolate f'l t. Furniture, go I MYERS PRESENT, S 1. 'i
Coaled) are anew, UstelevH, odorless, ecu- l If'oo\ W\ !Scroll. loc rH rull.I .
the Merchants hotel, left this morn- :|I n"mlt'ahuhllitule for the rrlel'rate .
t'UTitTRUEM well for all other
jug for her home at Scranton, Miss. bl'ahl piinfl<>r4anil>KVT.aa hiinnuircur ai.... In screw- ----- I I Dining Itoonl'1'apetry. ||I.&L> rpr r"l li.+
vials' tia iloat's, 2.e. i I ; 1 1I
cap coiiuiiuiuK price
Mr. H. J. Fucich, the well known [ Sold throughout the world. $.>.". :k. O'nwln, Large, luscious, juicy, ,. Senate Bill 29, A bill to be entitled, I II,
, JUli and dealer of New Or-1 I I'I I akPLI.a.e. Bniuhl/epa: 7dMJUraeu.e.l... ice-cold melons at StrattonIce "An act to railroad t I *
I Contractor
oyster rears btpoti 5 Rue de!Ie P P -ii. Pur- require companiesin fc for Decorating <
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III IIMLW A(;a. C/ r,:.o1.l'roj. ,1J jtUia t' s.: A.
leas: is vi-itiuj the family of :Mr. Works. Phone for one. the state to erect cattle yards and '

John White on East Gregory street. crossings on their lines of railroad r : Call Up Plume :lIt nr |ln>|> I..fal! Crt;"awa rom the :\on hernVKnt (
Mr. \\'. Chipley Jones and family Sri m 1')LI-tlaau." iAG.'L ruD' cure for cou:;ti*. I' in certain cases." The Journal shows '' All Work C O. I), aidj 10 .r ,'.:. i
AN ENJOYABLE 'I that Mr. Myers was present but did !
Iave moved out to their !summer J Jliotiie .
ICECULDVATERI!ELNS AT 'iriii-r Itajlrn and lii>ttriiii <*iii Ntri-i
on the Magnolia Itluil road.: not vote. Pages 399400, Senate Journal

T't': : will return to the city in October TELEGRAM PARTYOne THE GARFIELD ICE CO':'. 1893. 28june1w _4IsIi ll..m"ekW".lilfl'IT* i I. i I-

j Lay th e dust. rOll can luij Ice cold melons o
-- large
: Will llulin. formerly of this Garden ( (
:1 city hose at the Willis I (
luscious and at th
juicy *
of the ino-t enjoyable ""ciale"futs WWWVvgff1r
at J w.n: wa recently awarded a
JIardirarc Co's.ASK !I Stratton Ice Works. Telephone I Ia
K'llddal, at Mobilrt for :a l brat e'I of the -(,:\'"L'a* a "Tel.-!trues:
d1( 'f r.-ctie wa a visitor line --= --=-= I, your order

"" .,.k. 'party," given at Library Lall la=t I DON'T MISS rr\!: ?. :'

1 I 'night by Mr. and Mr. Max J. Hiinbcrg -
1i i 'I ;''lIl1t..f the death of Mr. ': YOUR GROCER FOR (t, ('\ (rt ('. II (C\ (rt f'. ( !(1(1(\ (! rU (1' lilt'
L. 'l Walker the ladies: of the i in honor of their cl.-.ui.: in;: 11111111.
I .ry Society of the l ,
l'rebyte- ', sitter Miss Pearl Bloom, of L u-- MONDAY AND TUESDAY :
n en have abandoned the I

iiv! Tea wiiioli, as an- yUle, Ky.Under P 1 / 1 .,.

I \-".t*>rday, was to have i 11 mr
intricate t
extremely ; >
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: .I! tile rfsidfiit'eof: Mr. J. 1)) >
t' -. "'I, Ij I- oich guest wag given a linn:.. ito ; )a !I
word 'Ihw ft L. FRIEDMAN! & CO 'S
J :Mr-. Harry H. Thornton, a message. + ?* 2
v, r
i -:' y Tiiorntou. )Irl and :'otr;;. then handed to a connnif ta

: oi' mi and ;Mr. and 31r:. : RE TAUP1iTtp
tD R.\CKET: s rolll I :.
judges who retired: acid hfa.: tin ; M.4 :
x !I. Snllmau; ate cainjniii; out c

{I. iI'miit.. Tney luveatlim consideration announced.- f- .)"w- ca. --- III w
.il -wift -.uliiu1 I : )'.u'ht in which the' ?
tug prize winners: : ::" >It 5,000 yards Embroideries and Insertions lIS(
:11.-t ii-'i.; i tale dune to the ?
|I' irty
;f IdJie-ti5e; Pauline Re! !lii-id i DAILY MENUS from 1 to 5 inches ,wide worth lie .
'I y "v'n' eriiiu! ;: t>> I look! after their i j ,
bl'i dtllrr"ullIlII. 'Sarah L. Kahn, Esther H. 11 -.-nsteiu. I e.. a 10 to 15c
to tie I all the .ar none reserved, all -1 i :?
I' Compne Up-to- ?
1.4': HI Ii.! V hllli. tli I
CAN BE USED WITHOUT COOKING f fN06lVECOURlCUFFSSIiaTSllDOThER Date Di-hes the :Markets (: to go at )i I f ] .
1 (Jentlemen-P. Neuiuanii. Juke: I ...
of the WorldAtrord -- --- '
; lf.lC1'IF 9iiCSTMlH lS,! aaaEa+AhCt CF A0 I I l ..'

:.j I I THE DEATH AT iI I II I Levy Many F.of P.the Levy.telegrams wenXLV. rf y .. E 5,000 yards Figured and Striped : :

I SELMA TO-DAY OF tent and cuu-ed much! uurti w ''.u TtUNAMYOTHCRUUNMTirtUCH.w I :: Lawns, worth 8 and lOc all ... -_.
! ir'arlJ .
t.yHI! C jubrequeutly read: : In; tconiiiiittee. > NEW ORLEANS COFFEECOPPKOPRICTORS. Ladies' Private qa: to go at. I (! I\ III?

: After the content d.iaciiu w c Dining; Parlor.< toN :::- TnbtUO.ll: can h,' -'fii in "iir >i .x \\" I wand t ..If.211 -

as gee 01-11 r'I'Y will I ; '. > .1 t. ''t -
. and delicious rtfn ;
Julgedin -: i..i : i- Ma .
Mrs \V-uU': i. wif.' ."I Ili-v. Iinn (It.r The Best Laundry Starch ,I' t/ta -stet-'z' :.

W..1 -i-t.'i I the Kirst 1'resby- were served during tbe ev'etllt.z. on the Market. Regular Dinner Daily.
i < :Some thirty couples of y. ui ; \ '1 US AXXIOl'M r" 'l.l.\-l'

1\.. Ch urt'I: of tin- city, died at i ib t1. --
people attended, among tI eir. tl. III ..
'. .\ 1.1.. tlii morning j'I Shirt Order Promptly :;>>
f llowin'I h iuMisses '
ititlg young < C'
j w Iii! I' >tu! a* a shack to ;Mrs. only Starch Manufactured tII I'ille I. Night; IIr Pay.If .. FRIEDMAN & CO'S
| j There FrohchstMi.f 0::::. a_
fiicnJs here. ti 'he i' in the South,
HIny .
I\\- Mobile! ; Beulah lIirchtt.lf1"0.1.. till .. .
.; J .u: f( -.alth forHue' Help Build up a .;mnrthing.ro4nEat: -
Mamie r.o-eu\u of At! eiALt lt'i .
I } i "i-:'.yuj'il .II'.t !}" !.IJ .J.J.I I.U.I.UII.l
i It t' -utly 1)) ; ) J
and Retina li:>"ewiKi: f-f Mm''l.-!; ? y i
i : 1 ii". MI'tiid ery. SOUTHERN I INDUSTRY = Nik Apostles ::0..

,:. r i'i; that: thew This event will lour he retr.m.b .- I II I c::::: Popular! Restaurant. MEUX'S
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, >red with {'l.-u-i.f by those, wliv.f. -- -- ---- --- -- -- i =r ) .

, l'IOPI.I: 1'0(11) :' td-J.i but it w.iwall extntner i ii11' 1llll1\T b/ hear i 11 g ; 1J1 IIJ.I.IJ111\ / (
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!t.uerThin $)t'eanitreere- -.;rt-t t" n U that the event: marks lour Jill'lll- .v 0/ v \e. it 1)1t\l !

:1 tI'lt..f." '1.., .!; 't' I t. di :.Irtorp in a few day of Mi-? lure fit Marston $ Jniua's i"-
; t ,.. Great Furniture h-h. ol nf linrihaii, TM' \ tiilni; and I urratgreItituul't.t'I
t : 1 "'11,0 uts. ,. Emporium.
Pearl: Bluoni for !1.1 r lii'ir.t- in L'iully -
f. ,
I ,', "" '... .1."IIt,1 If }- 'II GRAND N..W :I.1.r I.t.
..,1 :\ : f.or 111 I... nil. :i I V u.' \ I" I'I I V"' .. -

.1 : ;i' "lItth. hf-r f.i- iii.itiiim.iui.t r MIniooin l';- --\1 ,". Veatf-. --, ----- -
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'tatiU ; '1i..tJ\"j'.r-! .,' I' .,.. ....nt..! eiuln.> i-r i-mnt.d- 4th of PicnicCELEBRATION' -
i''l': U''t'i:. H'ltll1 1 ha.iiiadf; : a kionf; fl il-l.: _.,. ., .' -: i t Kr.-d I l-: :,.-r. J.-r--,..oI July (J\M I \t I l II\ CfiAND EXCURSION.
;" '' t. i.i --in !h..r"toIL. .
'." 1 .':1!:': 1..1 t'irf' wi.ii :ae ,all !l'th' to purl with -.h' ,: e .... :a..y. .'._ r -
\ :. ...t''wll.! titeI hH and 1'1'1' that(; -.e! may MM.H .' MAX L. HKU.Ailmlnitrator.: I .. .

t"'IItl'tly :a.iiu. vi-it tb! Dj;j- V.ur city. -- -- : '
: .1! u 1 !" i ., pd" now SHERIFF'S SALE. j

x fL" r IM and veg>- ., I A'lMagnolia
.11.'. ilik.', :..HIn..J witliittti MYERS FAVORS FATPICXINCS '!.BV.- .t.t,-t1cr.l ..lit t ;HP.!" "pfaefcot.rinf'xecutona. .-! nut..: N.I.of
.-. dtlicatf ll ivor of tinir ..1 -""iut>.u county 'tai- of Klondar
i .. I. and the nourishment > 'II. :- .-,m K. K Pitt MilH'ompHr.y plain- i Bluff T Or. V II- '! : I I :' .. \ vr I..

j (J.' "I !'rail'. wtiilr the! l.ouiwifetd FROM LOBE \'im"'- ;tr.t.po-t.-rL--s:. ar.d will: cell d-fHU" put>-i,'i outcry hv ,Ir to. HI' U. : ". -i.' i;.": I i.v J ,-. -. .. 1 .
if >'" ,.. by it- bfinj; thor >Uiflilyit Ih. UII..t!! I i4dtT for ,' front of tlt! f'Y THE: 1." Ir'aV1Lb I '. ,>III U t at M.I I./ r c' 'r' .; j L >
I cte! i ii!It' f.H.t'IallJ obt.utrdfroth I Munty ..,.'L'u-rdoorIsu- citv of P.ntcolu i-n'ck -l"-1, rat! X .ra.i. I';' r I' : I .? I -
Senate Bill No. 172: To be entitle I : nt !1. o.o.t n-oi: on Moa.lay Juy; \' I Mt- ..
, : : .. jtroct-r ra Jy for instant u-" 'th. : O' t_r fullu\\ nii{ if-cribr.l ryaI e-at"r K. I.\ \< Retuna.n' It-avfe 1llr : L: :;: MI. M.-I.- :01..111.- :r t N. W fir.. i
wit fie l addition of (rreaiii making: ; "An Act to define lobbying and tc t :t .t !;andb-IgstieeoUntyofE-cambad ll.lyat ]i.i. > a. n>. and M: ii:.otii'-ry Fr.m ( IIHt"IIII1"1I1 ".Ij l. .. .
it a c .1>1, drlu'iotidish, req ulrlU,.' III'1 prescribe tne measure of punishment t -latent:nortb".ru..r..l.Honda. t"3-a wit torte: ln,A. ..l I.'j acres in at !i p. m. TlU's may probably IJ'3tL! a* lVij.ap.4.| A -;rui ro w
1 hot I't.nt' and cross cook on a hot for :Nor>:.. l:llT"wn.h p ono acre I''tract MYSTIC ASSOCIATION.Watch last two-day excursion K;:>nuy wrth. made: from :Milt'-ti! to P''(,-''. "...
convicted cf the "
I morning. persons Kane.ihity i-s" we-t.saJ forty pl. acres Coffee and r..frt.taufoIiU111 be connect with tl.M tlSCUhl"turnln '
When drape-Nuts anJ Postum i Upon its passage the! vote was::: deetfrd byj. It. Roberts to A., H.. Nihon.reenrttd for Grand Street Paradeat 'served on the train goIu;? and re ;( leave New OrU*;.. \\'. .
f in hook 1 1'i pages ijl: :} :U. and
.i Food CotTee constitute tba ;summer Yeas-Messrs. Borden, Bryant Coulter. .1" .IeedreeordofEscamblacounty,state 10 a. m.See turning. Fare for round trip, to :; day morning &t ll:3u: vc' a .
breakfast with the addition of a lit Crosby, McKinnie, Pirrong. Rogers, ."f Iortda.and! deed by sad .\. H. WU-OD Posters for Full Detail-; I Greenville and Montgomery, $250; MobileVdnedy att !rr. v. iO"
tie fruit, it is not necessary to seek and ale ,toG Ui kisj. recorded In book t till. to Birmingham, I3.&J. From Cantonment .1 o'clock. CtftfJ and r.ra -
the ocean breezes for comfort for Roseborough, Wolfe and Yancy-13. mprovriuent(page '5ltt.! May thereon nth. Ituo;and together the hereditn-with the A handsome prize will be (riven to I and Century same as Pensacola. I will be served on train ffl/f. .

external heat is unnoticed when internal |I Nays-Messrs. Bristol, Brett, Cal- meats and appurtenances thereunto be- the lady !selling tbe greatest I For farther information apply -, J'arcb.tick..r..t : *' .
coolness from proper food is, houn, Drake, Johnson, Kirk, MYERS. lonjinor In any .OEOHuE.-1.*a"rtaal:1'1 E. SMITH. number of tickets. to i I For further lafrir '. *i i iK"1 II'' Pl
felt. The recipe book in each! package ROBT. Kixo orP&TEKTHO)1A3 KIN": ori
| Smith of 30th, Smith of 31st, Summer a sheril.JSoawiw Admission fare 35c
including i
of Grape-Nuts gives: dozens of 1''D8:0:1.June :d.l'iI ; ; P IM -Mi
I delicious dishes. I and Wilkinson 1. (Senate Journal.)I Children, 25c. i Excursion Managers: l! ;: ". :. h.aif'

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