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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 2, 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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Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
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to The Daily News.
Omaha Nebr.. July 1.-The machiu-
Chattanooga, July 1.-The twelfth bat of the Union Parific railroad in

His Majesty's Troops are Reviewed annual convention of the Southern accordance with their decision list A Big Batch of Important Bills

Educational Association assembled Saturday have struck in all the

by Queen. in the auditorium of this city and many of the smaller shops ot th.syeten. .
will continue in dally sessions umJ About 1,700 men are affec- Fail to Pass.

Friday night. ,'Iby the strike. i<

--- The opening exercises tonight were President Burt had little to say bu'volunteered --- _i

of a felicitous: nature consisting of the information that his -".,'

,1.-0-\\: ,. the general public had an opportunity welcomes of address b). Governor company was not antagonizing! the Special to The Daily News f r

n J l'sly 1.-The reappearance to vent their feelings, and the people McMillan, on behalf of the state of labor unions, and that the management I Washington, July 2.-The city U A LITTLE

( ,: yu. -Alexandra as a pirin took advantage of it. Tennessee, and Mayor Chambllss on i of the road had decided en a fixed mlof .

a public ceremony prac- After this the Life Guard! rode up behalf of the city of Chattanooga and : I hj'' using the piece work system in on a lively appearance today. n-.any: .

to the queen's carriage to the accompaniment Professor A. T. Barrett on behalf of all its He i'
aka !hend of the period of shops. said the system had senators and promintLt pelitfcfans'e CHILD BADLY ;
timed: by King" Edward'a | of "God Save the King,'' the schools. The response for the been in use about ten days in several
Her at the re- amid cheers not unmingled with tearsof association was delivered by Dr. J. W. of the shops, and had proved satisfac- ai leaving for home or summer re- !
i I. presence
the women, many of whom were Nicholson, of the University of Louisiana tory thus far. He expressed a belief orts.
i 'the colonial troops by the deeply affected. The queen drove Baton Rouge and others. The : that the men would all return tr SCALDEDAbout

= jt Wales: greatly increased i slowly past the trees to Buckinghampalace only address of the evening was by work in a short time and that tlr., It H expected that after tie

." -huMasra over what in itself constantly bowing and Dr. R N. ,
smiling Roarke State college Lexington whole matter would soon be settled. Fourth, President Iloosevelt will go
'uresqua and interesting acknowledgment of the people's greetings Ky., on "The Larger View of
,Awards of 2,500 colonii'a ; the Prince of Wales and the Education." directly to Oyster Bay from Puts- ID clock till in
". .. tilt:; in from the various ena. other members of the royal family followed Incoming trains from every direr- THE FOURTHAT burg; and that Washington! will see Manrutntp. the i-jeat-old thud of

:TU-"S and marched through the colonials formed in column tlon brought in hundreds of tea.. M Ir. and Mr*. Avrry lull, of J-M: Fast

i- iods down Constitution hill! $, and amidst hearty cheers from era last night and today, and the at but little of him until October or K'nnana street was horribly scalded

"i was lined with people, past the crowds, returned to their encampment tendance at the opening session tonight THE BLUFF November.
l"; ';; palace, which for a week approximates 1,000 including about the body and legt by our-

Ud ..ra the center of such supreme many from the summer school of the This session of congress; ; which adjourned turning ou herself a pan of beHlnf

.. 'r---t and along the Mall to the University of Tennessee at Knoxville. at5:30 yesterday afternoon, water.

I'I Riiards' parade. CIVIL RULE IN A party of 50 Florida teachers arranged Arrangements are now being com
By a profu'f
upplledtioeof lIa..J
'r nting >nt present representeia. in advance for accommodations pleted for the grand Fourth of July has been a disappointment to many

.. any of the British empire, with near Lookout mountain for the balance oil and lime water, the .e.jld< w.reaed
and the public today, are dl-cu.-
PHILIPPINES and celebration
picnic at Magnolia
of whose
xi jitlon India
troop: of the summer. without having to uuitiwn a ,
1\ separately reviewed tomorrow. Among the most prominent educators Bluff by the K. I. K Mystic Association sing just! what] has been done.
.. physician, although tl.. chill nf.
; smallest detachment consisteJ -- that are expected here during the :and they promise to surpass and what has not been done.
.' natives of the island of St. convention are Dr. J. W. Nicholson, fered excruciitnu |>aiu* f..ra chart
Special to The Daily News: all previous efforts and make this
a. norneo. FIJI, Ceylon, the West of the University of Louisiana; Dr During a session of 211 days time.

I I- .s gt-nerally, Cyrus: the Gold Wa hlngton: July 1.-The Philippine Charles W. Dabney, president of the the most enjoyable celebration ever : over a billion dollars has been ,

'a-t N'.8 ria. Ugandi and other re- civil government: bill, as finally agreenp.n d University of Tennessee; Dr. R. N undertaken in this city. I I

"- ,>!onl"s"re represented by na- provides for a Philippine leg Roarke of the State college, of Kentucky The prizes, now on exhibition in appropriated. Over 14t>vu bills! and ;II I I j LOADING RECORD
,r ('nips in rlothmK of Hrikin vahil. Dr. E. A. !
is'ature: of two houses, one the Phil : Alderman presidentof resolutions have been offered. The I
the window of Mrs. E, M.
'Y 'A .'! straight from the fightin! Tulane university New Orlean Ander-
ippme commission and the other an ; WAS ESTABLISHED
:n South Africa were details from Professor TV. N. Shears president o( son's jewelry store, include: the most important bills passed were :
elet-ted the natives!
assembly by except
Canadian grouts, Kitchener's hor* the .
association and state superinten .. walking to be of the
canes uxa-
presented Repeal war revenue --
the Moros and But this
it.4 ontinKiiits from a number of local Pagans. dent of the public schools of Florida
f '"'ti-', raised during the *ar. legislature is not to be created unti Dr. J. H. Phillips, superintendent o t to the most popular candi flow, Isthmian canal bill Chinese A distinct r.'ffJ wa made ouItiilroad

Queen Greeted with Cheer after a census has been taken and a public schools Birmingham,- Ala; Df dates for congress and the legislature exclusion bill, oleomargarine bill, : wharf tbi tiiorulaif wheat

condition of general peace and "oodord G. W. Gordon superintendent city ; the medal to ba awarded the a;,I.JlI/ bu.hels of were ltane.

The queen's anx-araws while on the r bhall: have prevailed for two schools Memphis, Tnn.; Dr. Chas. winner of the competitive drill and Philippine civil government bill.
way from then pa'ai-t: to the horn e >para. The legislature Is to elect two W. Kent, University of Virginia and Philippine revenue bill imgdtioti (erred from the grain *l.vaur t. t'"e
the islands Professor Lyman Hall, of the many others, all of which are very steamer Araf In lea
guards was grouted with salvos nt l commissioners to represent : GeorgiaSchool liu tltao t+as
cheers, which incr"Hst>d m strength la Washington. The powers of the of Technology. beautiful and there will no doubt be appropriation, department cf com hour.

as the spectators noticed that the oral legislature are defined, and an extended As the Southern Educational Association warm contests for their possession.Magn merce, and permanent: census bureau The Aracutlla: hall 11..0
; ueoored a'
of the past week had but little tf- bill of rights bets forth the individual l- !is purely educational only
>d hr majesty's health and notedibsence rights of citizens and their protection questions pertaining to that line of Ua Bluff is recognized as Coiniiiaudanclit wharf tHat when .

of any signs of anxiety as against unjust laws. endeavor will be discussed, and the negro the most beautiful and coolest Among the important bills that everything wa ready today the w,!

Cr herrily acknowledijfd the conr Authority is given to issue bonds i',r schools of the south will Incidentally pleasure resort in this vicinity, and locked at the other wharf herown

t .itinns. of the public at the uuii the purchase of the friar lands, a ni receive a degree of consideration, those who attend are assured a moat failed in passage are : by

.j'f. progress of the king. when pui chased these become part ct The betterment of the rural school The Cuban Reciprocity Bill steam apparatus, the wheat put .
;iuen was s.atpd in an open the public domain. The public land in the south and-the plans for their enjoyable time. In addition there i in the compartment and the 1'tI".1 j

B"nidf her was the; Pnn- are to be Open to homesteaders simIlar financial aid will be strongly emphasized will also be a game of baseball Babcock Low Tariff Hcheduie. back at the other berth before taws. I

U'alfs.: and seated opposlts to the American system, and to in the addresses, and receive notice between the Giants and the strong Anti-Anarchy Department hill.a loading: .
a I'- in the convention I phosphate.Tomorrow
II. cs Victoria and Charles prevent corporations from absorbiu; resolutions.
irk Several! carriages con the lands. Corporation holdings ar During! the week excursions will b e I est team that can be secured in Popular election of Senator*, she will begin to wad !

.f Duke of Cambridge, the limited to 2.5"0 acros. Corporationare made by the debates to Lookout section ; speaking by some of the Ship Subsidy Bill.Antitrust about '.'.Umj barrel of corn oil. now t. e :

; >f 'o".nauKht and others fol'ales also stringently regulated in hot mountain, Chickamauga battlefield most irominent! men of public the wlrtoilhe.LEOTURES.
ir.g mining and agricultural lands!' and other points of interest. bill.
!'''Ir .. >f \\ was accompai The money standard and the per ma. affairs in the state ; the 'Country National I
militia bill
,' <. i -- prlncw of f),>nmark, neat money sj.-tem are left for tutu' s tore," one of the most interesting ,

J".t"rkk.t Prince Charles, of Sfttleniert. The banking: system P'' ITALIAN features ; grand concert by the Chat I BY A

II.I; suite, and by the also postponed. Provision is ma' STRIKERKILLED fers' Concert Hand ; dancing, and A New Mississippi Railroad. |

..-'tt-he, nirludinef Major E for sufosiilian and minor coins. Authority other features are being arranged. Jackson, 'ollsll., July t.Arranlli'mnts : NATIVE OF CEYLON
r't the I'nltfd State military is given to issue bonds for I are b.-it& male for the construction

T'i.> Duk of Connaught an I harbor and ittvr Improvements. Cleveland Scene of Labor Conflict I of a railroad from Magnolia! .

I:: >h.-rr,. the comander In chief --- Cleveland 0., July 1.-The first s\'- to Liberty, the county sat nf Amfe ,: JfY. J.&n1e4l."rula IIllatlre tlf the

'">1 !t'v brilliant staffs rode be. Special to The Dally News: rious conflict between nonunion employes county, a distance of about 31: miles Nlaud oft'./lou. wi.> i* IelWtiag

!'rn: a of 'alt's. CHINA JULY Wilkcsbarre. Pa.. July 1.-The first and sympathizers with the strik- i Liberty 1 is at present without raro! .i '
under the .
au-j>'icf hf the Fereitn'
loss of life during the anthracite strike lag tusmen; took place last night with'' communication with the outside>fl! J
Brilliant Scene. occurred todaJat the William A. colliery t the r.-sut that Michael McDonougb, and the load is expected to >.aus.. a' 11i+-iou ls>urJ of the :National Hip.

.>f troops completely filled INDEMNITY at Dur} ca. Antonio Gus ppe. an president of the Licensed Tugmens substantial growth of the section ol !Itl-t; t'oovetitlon Itf A'+ r tea, U ..

-.. :'mri! Italian, was shot dead by one of tha Protective Association: is country through which it will >h.. j
parade, and their now in the II i in the city vl-itln If lUv. Dr.He ,
,'. coal and iron police from behind the hospital with bullet:
'ii-ii.irmR stood out in vivid : a wound in his leThe q' Ralf.rJ.
," <<"at: the trees in the park. :.Special NThe -e'As. stockade of the colliery. The friends! tug Christ Grocer, manned by Battle Flag To Be Returned. i will >[->.ak at tie

".': '.1 >f spectators filled tua of the dead man pay he was walking! nonunion men was stoned by men Jackson Miss., July 1.-The eoiapfc-j ini;rnln ervle Pekin July 1.-The Tao Tai, cf flag of the Claiborne r
-tuol behind! the (,)lice. I Shanghai, has on the road near the stockade whenhe on shore and a number of shots a eon -B ny Ra.r.I"rI, !; Jtiptl-t church nut huWey, ae.1
notified the lfanke rs' which
., ;interested onlookers I was fired upon. lie insistedpay fired. I was captured in the fight wlia I
were commission that China refuses to the union j will address a large ma_ ,
!r i: I h.'' and the other children I making his way into the stockade and troops near Jaokson. huj I Ix.etoft i !
". the July Installment of the indemnity been located in St. Paul and Irt. the lime flat T"M I.j e and Princess of Wales. was fired upon. Cash for Uncle Sam's Coffers. AY mjb. July J
except at the rate of exchange Sallle H. N'unnally, of that t.u I .
prevailing .
\ 'a' premiers. Indian police There is much indignation! over ths New York, July 1.-Uncle: Sam cty. I JMh. H vCorpwti.s/l.luAuge/ ..tfee
April 1, 1901. given notice to the survivors i"
of th ;
unfits of shooting, and the sheriff of Lacka"ana coffers have been enriched
the ]
nation, in addL The greatly hit native Uhd
foreign where
ministers h
consider that company that she will arrange for Us wilt I j a
> p-eat concourse of people the Tao county was summoned to pro- during the last:: fiscal year by duties I
Tai's declaration is the result preach the of -
return to life
-. of the hou.a of commons of the serve order as It was reported there collected here by the report of the col-1 i Mississippi. j way to bk eva f''

H v ." ,'t-r;on. The troops march minister announcement, Mr. of the UnitedStates I would be an uprising among the fi-, lector of the port J-ist issued. For I I I i people who know not thi war. et H wit.vatiett. -,. t 1 1i
i-.'t Ila.t the Queen's carriage, Chinese government that the United to lei! signers, and that they would attack the year ending June 30, duties A BRILLIANT 1 -1 I
II ,r Wales receiving the saM. States the stockade before night. amounting to J163.500.126 have bean'paid. : I I l It I
China's ands I The
contention i public i.
cordially lovluJ
'.< 1: !ht drove !in and out of Is wllllsg toCctpt payment the I II This is the largest amount I t* j GJOHN
on j
< end after | ever collected at New York, anti beats : attend thee service' *,
closely inspecting i
basis mentioned. But the ENTERTAINMENT
ilismoimted and conferred are confident that China will accept !! A BIG FIRE IN the previous record made in 1893-1SOO !I II 0. if
'i"i rros s those by 112,000,000. I HOME
upon who the daclslon of the majority of the min- j I I
'" 1 the I
honors shaking hand! Isters when she is convinced that the !'I TENNESSEE The pleasing !I FROM THE :
rw pikers of the Victoria United States is her only support Large Tobacco Company Formed program provIded TOURJIF STATE I
rhn followed the most pie I New York, July 1.-Articles of f nci* for the entertainment lat night by1 I .:
Some of the ministers insist that the' __
potation have been filed I .!r. John (}, \\' 1
-ature of the day. The Duksifht. at Jersey Mrs. Kessler and Mr *rJ ra> muro4
policy of the United States Is unpe a l"' Lurton under )
'>' at i Special to The Daily News City for the Puerto Rico Leaf Tobacco
the hud of th : from tour of the
donable, and In direct opposition to the auspices of the Ladies' Aid Society I Ul&te.o the lateren ;T
1\ i
: faring the Prtnc of I company. said to be a branch of there
Wales the terms of the protocol. Columbia Te'cn. I of hi
July 1.-Fire beat candidacy for the
'r ton gave the command I Consolidated Tobacco company. The [ of the First Baptist church of
: f
r a late hour last night caused damage .
: ara!,. new is I railroad comml..loser.
win concern capitalized at
$300,000. ,
II three chews Of All Hot Weather Enemiesof estimated at $75.000. It started was immensely enjoyed by the large; i
!-;( and start the -- ,
hip, hip! humanity cholera Is the wo est.In, the furniture store of Dobbins &: Earthquakes In Asia Minor. audience present. Tie musical features "tf

Ci"ld.ln. Shouts: "And a Tiger!" Treatment to be effective must be I Ewing completely: destroying th sir London July 1.-In a dispatch from were exquisitely rendered and ATTENTION, ESCAMBIA RIFLES. :
stock of goods, valued at $50,000 while
a s"nil the prompt. When vomiting, purgingand Vienna the correspondent of the Daily the recitations by a number of young You art to report i
retrain the building suffered rt1u..tttd >
was ta.bu to the extent of
'.. at
1 there sweat announce that the disease Express says earthquakes have occurred Armory Friday. : '
r I.. z-n arcs cheers such as is present combat it with Perry $10.000. simultaneously In 20 towns of ladies were greeted with hearty ap I July 4th, \ft. at &.=-) I'doct j
s- : seldom hear, the Davis', Painkiller All bowel troubles The other losers are McKeinaa. An. Asia Minor and that many houses plause. THE NEWS sincerely regrets a. in., In fatigue uniform
t which must bare reached al- like diarrhea: cholera mot bad derson & Fates dry goods and cloth.In& have collapsed. the lack of white trou.r* and gloves, for I
which forbids
L. the royal lick room, half a and dysentery are overcome by Painkiller and \ ". P. Wooldrtdge, drugs, daD space parade of K. I. K.'..

r' .a. *ay Helmets. cape and hits It is equally healthpromoting aged by removal and water. Rains Ruinous to especial mention of the several numbers JAMES C. Warsin.Captain..
-. Crops.Ne.
". : wivlrg contusion at the bayrlicts in all climates. The explosion of a tank of oil cane New York July 1.-R.eporta from bet congratulates the managers PF.TERABT; ht Sergt .

1" and the assembles crowd's The finest line of sterling silver the injury to several persons from central and northern New York indicate upon their brilliant success.Qiality .
,. equal vigor. A mm I It' In goods and silver novelties is to be broken loss none ef. them esrione ly thai the continuous rains in fane MEAT A MALT bas a marvelous
"an ranks shontetf: And Prices tfrl The losses are well covered by ins is what makes price. ItBuroett's
nr .1' *.\.,. a found at J. I. Stephens' : Li? have done many thousands of doUrn' I dietetic value White
:' .ch the troops and crowd please all.ICECOLD. ance. worth of damage to the crops. Vanilla Eitrict was! lie better refr..Moi'and
Celled themseh-es hoars* than other extracts its price wouldbe pleasant to take, it help animilationoffood. -

'fi'st occasion since the an"f WATERMELONS AT I Know One Sue Heme4J' BANIiEtt. !: ALV E1 the same. Once tried always Bold by 1 t!

Jl9 king's Ulnws tiat THE GARFIELD ICE GO'S. Loan obltnate cold Jta acme fa Pu jtatsaa. "' most h* llnc Mhwln ttn wort used. DAXNHEIridER BBOd. .



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STEAMSHIPS. JACKSON, GA, LOSES BY FIRE. Is the name sometimes given f to w5{t

..... HANGED HIMSELF IN BARN. I contagious I 16 generally known as the HAD tS.,
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II I on't One Store and Three Residences Ar EASE.: It is not to ilcr. 'f
J4 J4JU4J4 Y..a While German of At. I + r or the lowtrelMi
on a Spree Aged : Destroyed. : Th ; .,

AN OCEAN TRWttTo ? lanta Suicides. Jackson Ga., July 1.-One of the PoisonIs and best people are s. ,}. ,

Atlanta July .-With a rope abo-r most disastrous fires In the history ol Blood l mff'Cted'lth thIs iwf.: .. .

YORK BOSTON J hie neck and a quart of whisky by lilt this city visited here yesterday after. through hanJlin tit :. !; .

NEW side, Christian Thorn a German, 61:! 5orryDRPIDRCE'5 drinking from the ,- t .

i AND ALL I years of age, committed suicide yea noon.The fire originated In the dwellingof using the same toilet articles, or otherwise coming in couUkt '. .;.. ,I' :.s
RESORTS i who have
contracted it.
L EASTERN in barn In the
terday afternoon a rear .
J. A. Plunket in the eastern part ol
of his residence No. 148 Houston ,: It begins usually with a little blister or sore, then swigroins ,
i town and in a very few minutes the
Yf red breaks out
Q) a eruption on : I
i The \l\1\\\ttlyAI street. entire house was In flames. It spread : the body sores and ulcers appear cfBi&pJu'EVw: rIlIDC .drta had ..
Felix Smith, a saw the old .
STEAMSHIP CIXMPANY: \ rapidly and burned the store occupied i in the mouth, the throat becomes ofaPh.lclaDuDhlJfouulitbatllto, ,
man liter the barn, but did not hav
UAVKATES- 't.KMKXk Ufc 4JO by X. R. McCord and the residences of I ulcerated, the hair, eye brows and do me "0Th*< baUD .Shag

Hour of Oc .i. Breexe any idea that elf-destruction was con Lacy Maddox, E. G. Gillmore and Robert lashes fall out the blood becoming commanf'd t9 Impro". "11..
I temrJated.; TUY .hort tlm..U ..
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Sailings each WeeK Connor. more contaminated, copper colored the disease d'alp'Bred. I to..... Xt'
Them the father in law of WilLiam I
3 J was The citizens responded promptly, splotches and pustular eruptions and I.* totlaF"m sound and weal

from Savannah Ca. Spt-fht. a baker who has a store but owing to the dry weather and the sores appear upon different parts of R. M- Waft, Moimtwwa, Teas

,. .. .. il" Ln...- ::i" 'i Jratal I at No. 148 Houston street. He bar the and the
d Tl;- .Ira'," q f .I'oimlar. absence of waterworks protection, they body, poison even destroys the bonesS.
'lI >lr en |-1. rrrl e. %j> 'fll""I. 7 been for Testes I
ft D iKhililr ib" 'xil.'I.!".** "'j. .. :. I:*'* drinking some time. I could not do much Lut save the other S. S. is a Specific for this loathsome disease and cures }it ewer tk

'JI. inl.i.r:':i.rml>\ nria.. II."iriMi) (\avan9aI.. < ,dm.'U J. .!__ i';'.'.* II., wf* 7 day he secured a quart of whisky and! i E mmtt nearby residences. The storehouseof worst forms. It is a perfect antidote for the powerfulln that in:: *
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\ He tied!
er.Lrun"" ta i r. N 'II carried it to the barn loft. the blood and
1 Dr. R. W. and the Southern to all
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M.. .TIS ETD *.I.. T. rope i depot caught several times, but were Unless you get this poiM.n out t.f \ ,.ur !1..1! .t a : ;

I_ II. ..*.".. Wkitir id.. I..-...l.. .. )7 noose was fastened he steppesthrough extinguished before much damage wa= ruin you, and bring disgrace anti! .'.' ...
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.I'..Jirr".ftabl II.-U. 1r'lrl about 3 feet. His neck was not broken '
'ygyr sc'hr'hf'ht lr'lrlr' to child. S. S. S. contains
Mr. Piunk't had fl.O'M) insurance no u.a.urv. cri.t4.-a.
and be died from strangulation. Will CURfYOO but is guaranteed a stnctly vegetable compound
a.-- on his residencevhich was about one-
Coroner Stamps summoned a jury t Write for our free home treatment book and learn all about T. .
STEAMER LINE third the value. His household articles G rt ,',,.

and held an inquest. The e'ldt"Jl'Eshowt'd were not insured. The loss Blood Poison.: If you want medical advice give us a ,,f % .", ,t.
I that Thorn had been depressed and our ph'llciaunll furnish all the information !
Pensacola ami 'Iillun-Buat IT MAKES amounted to between $8.000 and 7000.\) \'OU"s!: wt: ut n
Between I from the effects of his drinking an-1 charge whatever. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. A ATLANTA ft*..
ItiinH Daily C"'I't I that he probably killed himself in t I
Melon and: Whisky Killed Him.
"CITY OF TAMPA. I temporary fit\ of insanity. Sound kidneys are safeguards of Rubber hose
Atlanta. July 1.-After eating an iCt all si-.e.* at
AKWoH : life. Make the kidneys! tFoley's
LT Milton f.s iam I.rYen.acolalpm: cold watermelon and drinking two
Ar l'l'naeoa.1011I Ar Milton 5: U *- D'Alemberte 121: South Palatox :
Hound trip,fI?" MI.-
; a negro:: laid down and died in 51! I ___ ____ rynr.K4l.amalelant n.uala
James Dixon Had Trouble with, Hi I.d ......: .
SIBONGSlCKWOMEN minutes In the rear of a saloon at th.1 Q. r e .10.\ ua>.a ,o.,vl u. w.'\\0, u.
Wife and They Separated. .A I'll
CKXKKAIj FKi.NCll:: !SCHF-Dl'l-K! corner of Decatur and Courtlan.l ; I You will h.iv !pritle i:. iflower w .
JasK-r Dix
\Va\crofcs, Oa., July 1.- | (9r. ::
streets' yesterday afternoon. The coroner r7y tranlen- racy: ..1'.'
Following i is the schedule of thegovf"rument en. a prosperous young: farmer n's,1 I I own r"ulld."ur :,.!-b ,1.,1, .
war notified nf the death but a1- T'htneig a.rol9 on every h"x -f tinn'. I t
steamer Oeneral French ing 4 miles cast of Itlackbhear. commuted there had been : 1\ home and !hI' I-.IH t).. it wthough .
eyewitnesses, no in 'IaxattveBromo'Qulltnes' -.
which THE NEWS print? for the I fculude here by shouting hi.1, ; !he may :i:11.k ,.t : wKvtry -.
questva held. Morgan worked for the rtiiifady that tarvs a (.-Slid la tine C. I
benefit of the merchantwho hip j W..III1wUIt. ..'
: celt through the heart with a 3. their goods to the various army ; pistol. Hunm..'ut & Belll1! rath. He was i I own, and if fhe will have :t talk wit

posts: I Dixon 23 old wat subjwt to epileptic! tits and this /11.1 muwIItHY.: I Thus. C. Watson & Co.. t''
was only an.
Lfavs IVcsncolA .. .. ... .. 7'MI a. m.1!, flrmiu. together with the ice I Iwatermelon The leading 1 Real itat. "
under-iruedtake-thi;; method i ; Aifn.t-
Leaves Itarrancas.. .. .... 7--i<' B. in I haj been married six months. ri-
Lt-ft\.ll'll'k..n. .. .... ... fc:.M' B. and the whisky causedhis i )f altering; her serviceas ;a' cau show her hi''w t.i-j' it i- t,' .
..... I had blight: trouble with his wit'eI I
L.-av. (i Jlarranca FIb a. sudden' death. flrst-cla licensed midwife havmg me.
Leu.'f 8 ivntncola ... ...10:111.! 111'1'I week ago.: and yesterday they spa I I had ;jj't'ar"; expericrtce.I, --, ,- -
and th
j mttkrb A rrlH"rrftu'Ii.e trip to hort.McKrw 11:111 a. m.lOud bra return I. rated. His wife went to the home ol A Mfnn Tliriixt. I The Same Old Story. I Can give beat of rf-fprftiies from; Buy a iiar gdr'ten I/ cr

to C.nrrancHa.LfaVHH her father Ja('k Stiickland.Dixon : : leading physicians! : of tn"cm'"\ .
Knrrani-as ..... 1:15 p. m "Ten thousand dollars! fur a dog!" heMliiiii'ed i .J. A. K.'lIy'I'Iate' ; an exporUnosimilar from the lltlfis llarllll'arLj1tf
I I I.ciUf. I'U'i' 'ns .. lSp. mLeave I lime to Blackshear. prorun- !Icartridges to that Which has 11:11111"11' din I MKS. :M. OIHDENO.
.... f Stl 1 (' as he I looked up from Lis lit :South; DeVilliers St.
iVnsacolit ip. 11I'1 for his pistol tranFa(tn.: almost every neighborhood| iu t'-: Company.DR. .'lc.n" .. :5l5p. "I >o believe one
ne\vstii[ you any .
I'niti'd states and has been told( and
Arn\e<> harranrns M I p. m. and mak:& some busings at the courthoune. thii '"
ever paid" any such \>r\w\ Iaria : I
trip to MclU'c and return returned home. Xt'ihlorb who en re-told by thousands of others Hi
; the I It "I'M I don't know. James," she MOFFETT'S
Oil Wf'dnedI\.alld-\turdlV'i: sure 1 says: "Last summer I had an attackof .
bred his tenure 1 o'clock found hit
at ;
t boat will; leave liarruncas vm'l'ick.1 i n-tunu'd. without stoi>;iin? her necdlevoik dysentery and purchased a bottle iif

I tn-< for I'eiiiacoln at (Ii i0! p. in. dead Life had probably been evtinct ; \ -\pn fur a moment. "L>oes the Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and

The General French is for army I It for an hour before the l ho'ly11' pajr say. that much was paid1 I Dianhoea lamely which I used according -

rurpo-es only and any: out-icier must I tound. Before shootinsr. Dixon carefully I "Yes. 1'lt(-1'e's all article valuable! I I1.oJ to directions and with entirely

:, gave a pa-s from the quarteruiastei .I hared his bivast and lay on ubed. ::>", and ii's si-fakinc of one that was I satisfactory results. The trouble was
o take passage o i her. controlled much quicker! than former
: told for . attacks when IllsI'll other remedies
the best known i "
was one "It way lie true, Janu'S she said
Mr. Keels is a well-known citizen of liura A.,.' A
Six Bankrupts Discharged. young farmers in that county. Hi i juiotly.. 'ow e of those high bred animals I1eulll'so'n. N. C. For sale by all Rw.J. W TTTof Arkantis" Mdhndirt(rorfoMBr.writM' Tw ..,:e a .
Mm nn fa July 1 -Six bankrupt* I'I'I 1""I.t""o''lU.TIIIo.\ weaundrrh..arha.esu.cia.lnerntaiapakas.rantitcams
was a son of Matthew Dixon, also ol 1'ring fancy prices and there'sno medicine dealers.
I druggists and au m..IOI'I"Man 10m.:our hat arils.
have 1.I'I'nirhar (>d by Judge Si I''P r Pierce (ount).. particular! reason why the paper been ID had ci>n in United States prfci ri'lii'f and he hag had DO further Iruuliib Oibir mtmbm at eta l at_ run I .
the ooiut. Of there "
should) !lie! ul out it. (tea a I erlecl suetete.BOYS .

three w TP from Maonn. two from Aavaniiah Vacation Days i 'I know that, )Maria but just thinkof IF YOU ARE j .
''r'I.I'"I'' a t" t a
and one from Augtista. The hil.1 I It. Just try to the magnitude s i ..
Vacation time is lure and The ( grasp and GIRLS I iii.' '* dui .i c.pair: lii "" "
t Mat'on bankrupts who were rtisr hare 1 I' drtn are fairly living out of doois.There : (>f that sum In your weak feminine LOOKING FOR BARGAINS 101' lU Cal I II K4I|" till. NI. I,. ..tlntour"Bluelne I
" ," <" rut, commUnon on all fairAi.. n.iii nri|. aetirie I. r
pH |
are K M 1 T.tlbott. C. I. MrUuehlii.and could bt no healthier place for mint You don't teem to realize It- f houselinlj! .... t.rYIIlo"YI t .It'lIlIlItII\IIb"lItl1..? .ti .: m.f .ii..i inkk > tI.. M.. I

J. M. Kcchart( of Dublin. You used only to guard against $ll.ooi1, for n dogVhy'; : hang it, Maria, IUf'-\"\'lIut'\.ru ..dilltl1""ft.lI. \\fll'' l..f..r.. f'UI IMi., '. t i. tak.n It
feuine uue rise. IIond11.,11 crud by return mail" unr <.i/.n palAa.-.T" .. *."
the accidents incidental to most "
open- that's more than I'm worth: For the next ten days I will sell When you have sold tht-ul, return us "0.-., .llill.lI1 rt! I a.a' ilk a- >*ur n. n. ..
Two Drowned at Suwanee. air !'Jlurt:,;. No luwdy equals DeWitt'sWitch "I kiloIt hn t, JatneH, but some'are t-lon. Ho not delay but write HI onr

Suaaner.. Ga..Iuly 1.-S. n. Williams Haz l Salie for quickly stop worth more than others." you any article now in stock at a I .\tlllrf'''',, GI.KVN: MAM: 'K.\lll'ItlMi Ml. 1I..t. C' IH II..& til fl.iU |'.,. \

ping pain or iemo\ing danger of serious '
: and Jo Duien
were drowned in went on calmly! with her sewing discount! ; of 25 per cent from the regular -

the creek her. Williams and Diireiwere ccinseqiunces." For ('illS. scalds while he fumed and spluttered for a Think of it-you will :
and wounds. 1 used DeWitt's'Itth t price. ROYAL STANDARD \VHISKEY
in bathing when the former who moment and then dn> > >f l the
Hazel Salve for sores, cuts and i! i i !subject save }:.'.-> on a diamond ring or pin
(01l1tt not swim, got info water over especially the weak feminine part of .
bruises: says L. IJ. Johnson, Swift. 11.1 where at regular price it would cost

his depth Duren went to the assis: Tex. "It is the best remedy on the sits). Bee; you save 20! cents on 3 Years Old, in i Case cf 4 Full Quarts, at S3 !8 par cu
an('p Williams, who graphed him mal kf t." Sure cure for piles and The Sonln Up Sn f'11.

tightly It was impossible for Durf-n I skin diseases. Beware of counterfeits The pastor called nt a Columbus!' home I every dollar's worth you buy. Now

3 to help himself and both sank. llarsis' Pharmacy, John Sheppard the other day, where little; 1'med1k. a 13 the time to buy your diamonds or \VHISKHYi-dl-tillfd: ; ; at the :N.-| 't, tJL .

and Sydney Kahn. bright:: jounjMer, is a ptat pet I'I' watch or any other article in stock Ky., Di-ti'.lery and n fully matur'.1 u, w......j

!t Fatal Gambling Quarrel. I i die had i-re\iou heard his 'II'I, very cheap. Call and examine bfcfore'bottliiiK. it H absolutely pure and ii->t ra-

Augusta. lia. June 1 A.iother n.' The Indian Oration egrnd. I say that the pastor was very succ-,, goods. Remember this! otter is for celled iu qu-ihty by any Win-key uf tli1 "aimait 8
The I'tallll.rt
where Ibijr-tl:
pro was killed) near hamburg; S. C.. The earliest source for the religion :I 1111 savin;; souls. trouble show tio matter produced.
No to
I only ten days. I is eight years old when! battled, and l..ld..rllltCIts
last iiht: It was at first thought of India! Is the lijimm of the Kin Yeda, I Inuring a pause in the conversation! goods. J. J. STEPHENS, excellent (quality !* the cheapest lii.k -yiii

I tin* affair had some" conneiflon with the date <.f which is now fixed at about Freddie, who was sitting on the pas the market at that price. A- a t*,.-ritf. mid a. tan
South; Palafox street
the ra.-e rIot at Langley on I."io II. r. la one /Of there h) lUllS we i tor's knee, asked: 112 : absolutely pure t-tiiiiulint, there i- hour bens j

Light l laloL It d-reloped later how'eter encounter as the c-reiitor rurusba, who i "110 you bate souls?" The finest line of umbrella in the Shipped in ca-e containing, no mtrkh. t.... r t-

that the kllbng occurred over a K simply a "tn-tgnlikd mnn." A pan- I Yes, Frmdie," replied' the man of city is at J. I. Stephens'. Oo lookat indicate contents. If purrliu- up.'ii cxaiiiii.iiia:
quarrel among !taml.I'I'. thfUtitturn\ howt-\er. U; ,,1't'1to this the cloth them. thewhi-key, I is nut satisfied with tLt quality I.

comvption under the influence of "Will you tell me" went on Freddie can rf'turu'the same at -ur "xj'n-'- anti in-.tny
: I'yny-Balnam Keltrvr night Away will be refunded.
Heat Intense Macon. which I'urusha Ixn-omes the "all in all" seriously, "how souls
in gut
many you
and cold $
tuj of III.HT
ud makes a eytwJj All order hould! be ilc"u.I/II..1! < by "
Macon July 1.-The thermometer and Is identified with the universe saved up?"-Ohio State Journal. .. ftlce; order bm.k Jr aft r si
LIGHT YEARS eaa currency. j>o t" m<>iiey ,
reahrd the top notch In :Macon yeserdii with what has 1.1't'III1UJ what shall Ix1. OAs'rORIA.Bean : }, 1-___ press moii'-y (lrd r.'f' refer t" I- Ir-t :'\aU..II"l

( )' at 1 o'clock It went to !'9 do"- All "..1". animnU! and castes ort partsof I the Ito Kind You Hw Va/s' / sub Bank or any merchant in }'eh-ac..u.

firers The !hl III ihut this !iumllll'l'rt''luub :-, him. The moon 1;; bl" mind the sun I United Lightning States Fntalltlri.The weather bureau 1 I Bgastare: cZ: /l : I Ior -

his from his mouth ; Indni ..
to yesterday, wag y7. ThaKnmMity eye sprang
has been iim-btiiiatlng; ; the matter of S. A. FRIEDMAN
and .\ ul and from his Ift'ath'a.'u.. -- -
i hah been merciful, however :;
the loss of life every year by lightning
from his! navel heaven from his If wish the very lest
and there has not been any great I land has arrUed at the conclusion that
head and the varth from his feet. This! at SOLE PKOPKIETOK. }'.:\"*' "L.' KI.A.
mount of suffering because of heat. between jOt and MM) persons In the ice cream freezer thevery m
emanation theory when freed from Itsininiitm'
United States lose their lives by that lowest price the Willis
elements becomes pantheism BOX 4IH. 11.1,1.1'110\1; nil
1' (1.
fluid The prem-st: number of fatalities '
and Iii'iile. In accord with thIs\ Hardware Co. can please li 15
Ind. had pure
I A. R. Bass Morpantown, occurred in the middle Atlantic I ----
to get: up ten or twelve times in the \Iow the sourer of cratne activity !'> states and the nest greatest in the Ohio you. ______ e..a4' .aNeoruat us. .l..n. at ,.-1 handle every cU- ..f IIU|id. It
I night and had severe backache and carried back in other hymn to "de- : thai
alley and Tennessee.A bulk or bottle. wholesale or retail at price
Value in the kidneys.Vas cured by bre.! \\" read in Yedic literature! that I We will launder your spreads for 6 down.

Foley's Kidney ('urp, Sold by \V..1. "desire Is the seed cf. the mind."-Morris (I IB cents, each aud make them look 4 are way

D'Alt-mberte. U'l South 1'alafox street Jt truw. Jr., in Harper's Magazine. Cure For Summer Complaint. like uw. Htar Laundry. j- AGENT FOR THE: FAMOUS PABST BEER.

Summer complaint is unusually prevalent 1

Out I'urknlni lll. I'r..feaal"n. % Small Pblluvuphrr.Little ; among children this season. A & CO.

A lU-imkljii magistrate recently had George is an embryonic philos I well developed case in the writer's fJ WICKE

four'kies' who were raiuht In a opher. He said the other day at table, family was ('tired l lat week by the

gauil'lini: : raid before him. The first "Now, w ben I sit in my chair my feet timely use of Chamberlain's! Colic. fW sIgnature it on every box of the gnnin<<

of tin "i..t tll linnulit t-i the bar was won't touch the floor but when I walk Cholera and Diarrhoea R'JUI'.ly-one Laxative i Bromo-QuinineT bieu Plumber Gas and Steam Fitter
of the test moi'in"s) colU In one d/
patent manu that sane
flQI n,10-.sized 1 ni.tii with a comical<< ) around they touch the floor just as wellas the remedy ,
factored and which is
always kept on
fa,'. a* Nock Ji* niyht.: The dialoguelif nnj body's."-Woman's Home Coin- .
hand at the home of scribe. This
llt"twc'C'1I 11I.Ii.trat. and the pris. t'aaiou. ye Water coolers that do not No. i South Palafox Streets
U not intruded as a flee puff for the
tl\lt'r created some merriment in the Companylio do not advertise with I waste ice, at the Willis All Kinds o& Plambin and Gas Fittings Material KefionSUCCKSSOR Hud

vurt No False Claims. us. hut to htm fit little slItrf'rf'l'who : WtoPHONE[ R7A NtI..fll .... 'r.-
"What n \our name';" iu>|uired tho The piopriftors of Folex's Honey manot be within easy across of a Hardware _

1l13tl'tr.1t.! st 'rtij."Slab and Tar do not advertise this as a ph>:.sitian. N'o family should be without HCIIKUUL

:11111I"'" Siiiiff. replied the "Sill'I'ur... for consumption." They a bottle of this medicine in the A. M A. v' e ry

darky do not claim it will cure this dread house, especially in summer time.- FOR STEAM DIVI ION .

\\liat U jour profersln"* complaint! in advanced! cases, but do I.ansillIowa./ Journal. For sale by tLtC'IIUC'It.ItMIU

"1'1.(' a l K-Uo'ulT bj trade sab.VLnt ." positively assert that it will cure in I all 'IniKeists and medicine! dealers.! .kNSCOL.t : TO AVERY: Y W >'l.t--.I>'

*'\ wiv you du'ns wlnni the IKIKv ). the farlif-r stages and never fail to UA1LWAY COMPANT.

brie: mi" th I ,' ro mi Last nijrht'; :" give comfort and relief in the worst ; leave PenucoU for time Liti IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF

"JuJ,;*'. I was pui'huiu' man prxifeslou. cases Foli>>-' ; Honey and Tar i is is the I II Bayou Trains, Hill liayou. Warrlngton, N aty Ian
withoUt the Tie Happy Hone Barrancai at
doubt preatot throat and and Fort
I war m.ik.u" a bolt for the I HARDWARE.
Inns r. nlt'IY.! Refuse substitutes well- SSO..m.arrive at Fort i 7:10a
d..or, Sold hv \\". A. D'\II mh..rt.' UM:! South 10:00.: .m. .t Barrancn IOCb..1
"Of.ioor." snd the magistrate; : with furnished home. Marstonfy 1'00:: p.m.arrive at port BarranoM li p II I
"lock Talafox a merry twhkV In his eye, -- Quina can supply p. atKortBrraDcat 1:<* tt Iron, Xail, Axe
you -15p.m.arrlT
Smith up.New:: York Tribune.l'roiir '800: :m.arrive at Fort Barranca 8:48 p.c riarplie Cooking and heating Stove*. Pali' OiU
with all needed in the way Trallli p ene Fort Barranca. for penis Window Gla-s. Gun-. fi..tfand! 1-141.1111 Tackle.

.....lvr TI""II nc;. CASTORIAFor of house furnishings at the eola MS arrive at Pensacola 8:11' a. ? Agate and Tinuare ann Housei'iiniislinii;; (Jootls.9AOENri .

i owest! prices cash credit. at }'l'lIllCola.11:66!' : p.B
t'orre-iKiiulcnt of the lancet tell or 11 w p m. arrive
A .
at Pen.acola |> .uV.W BIRMINGHAM : MILL COMPANY'SItevere
Infants arrive
and Children. *:00 p. m : FOR HOLL.I\U
i 1 6:44
a story in ft.t't'n'w' to the rapid growthof at Fnsacola pI
:: S.m arrive at Pensacola.- T.:sb 1.4i6SS.arrlTeatPeniaeola Giant -titched l;eating, Northampton EnnryWhefl
the habit( of tii'plin; which may l>edo Fhe Kind You Have Always Bongtil? : ; .ICc: : Co., Laftin & Rand Powdtr Co.. John-on'II 1< il-

::1 \i'l.x.l| In niniNiM.vtlnif subj vts.Two PEHEiYROYAL PILLS .turl1a1. 0111, sr.mine, Iron King and Buck fctovn and RamigwVm..

fidcrly, { ladies he says, were bur i Bears the /, TARS FOB Will DAT!. COUPS & Co.'s Haw Hide Lace: Leather Ma"ury *
( l-y \-tor' in the act of drinkIng I P: *V\*AFI. *- t 4 .-rnCiUMI to Kort retorL it.p
priced I C1&xtAtW'i of l..k//t1 YTdaanda Made Railroad Colors.
p b:Ed>; Iv ( "111 t"TtI: ,. I.> i. S"cola to Navy mnrn_ K.Peniacou 1
neat brandy Upon his expressing0ome '_ ,I'.itn. .r .:. 1.ld era. ,. ,to ...t4 to Palmetto Beach and return IS. Pensarnla. Fla.
.. #
I surprise they said that brandy ; I.-a A&4.I.. ....-I'.... ..aa.tit.r4.Ts.e.ihtr... aae l1.r.oulla-..- YC"DAY ICBSDt7DS.I Masonic Temple.

bad tart ret>'mmndf.l to them as a i L r ii."a........ .,r7'usernlr.4. ...rt'.I.: .., Tr.t'xw:4.ii... .,. I When weather permit the running o
I \ v. t u l.ill.f r..I_'f,,,,,.. .. conchei.
agiin cholera and open
capital prvxenthe : MYERS VOTES ACAINST -'\.-. J.'. .".r.111. IUIMIII .paa..a. B,4>, : Peniaoola LT Fort Barraatr W. B. WRIGHT>> COmPANY
that they tr"l took it with water, andthen ',. Iklrknfrrl- .- I-HII hr.l.-.l. i<.'.tCU5E Lean( a. m. 10 a. m.

I they tu"k it without water, and 11 1. m. 'J.S. 13.
tw..tlit')' took) It like water. YOURSELF p.m.ip.m ip.m Ip.a.p.m.sp.m (\ \ P MANUFACTURERS A.Nb JIf.AI.fJ I*

Bill No. 132: A Bill to be cppi raeBteRtnraon+tcraiin p m.
I Two Bottles Cured Him. disrh.rrwtndemeiatiuna, Cp.'I1 ep.m Ti f LUMBER LATHS
entitled "An Act to provide for school Gau.taN irniatio&B or &lciratuiOAif fpmpass ; ,
with: p.111
"1 was troubled kidney complaint eoiMMTtrtma. mucous nfQlriccj.P .
for about two years" writes .\ : books in the counties of this State." trrwau CetxrM., :iifti. lad cot i Uia- rca ITBDAT I
.a tHIEA.SCYIYcatCo. BentcrpmwnouL t'eaiacoia' to irt farracofri Nary I 1 SfllSGlK-ttMral! :
H. PaUs; of Mt 'prlin la., "but tw. : The bill passed the senate by a vote YaiNATip.oldbyDrtaggfAta, lard and retn'S!___.___ 11 i; (iir SHED C1PEE5S
l Cureffrrte ]! I ". B aea' I:' ,
bottles of Foley's Kidney: aae. er ient in plat; rarer. : aiaooia to t-aimttto .
curet 01.lJy W AD'lemhcrte. of 17 to 11, Mr. Myers voting againstit. If .domes. prepaid Rt ..aturD ______ l1rr LLi.J. :-- PENrJACOf A FLA.r .
a permanent |taw or d L .tile., {..75. 1. ..
121 South Talaf.'x street (Senate Journal, Page 611.) I Circular tent i/a ttat I No : received alter 1:11 p.



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',' I'M: "Vicar of W'aket.'Ls. Theory That A\ertme; Family' Food I .
i!, a ri' "
"Let the GOLD DUST: twins do your work.
\ It is said to have ABCBEERS J a Too lira ) For Health. I --

.,1 !,.,. ou n recollections.: Our mistakes in eating; begin with State Senator. I .t1

.1.! ....:. ll.i:;li>!i wrote "lien our breakfast In many (families[ per : I The friend Hon. W'. A I/\uut For County Commissioner. f

.si.; .,..d some fifty years later haps in most this: meal commences I I hereby announce him candidate! I I hereby announce my*elf as a

M.nimr made the tender with fruit and cereal goes on to chops I for state Senator from this the .- c.oC11" I cindidate for county commissioner,

'." (ht'! worla our. and potatoes hot breads and coffee and e enatorul Di-trict. and te- t'ct. from di-trict 4, subject to the action

IM-. a w 'ntiont'.} as a proof of concludes with griddlecakes and sirup. I fully a-k the! support of all Democrats of the voters at the ensuing demo

I ...r l'"i't's( tote of economy that Famous the World At noon when a man's stomach is only for him; it the eominrrrimarr. cratic primary July 15. j
\ beginning! to rest from all this, he has j W. C. YARBKOTOH. i
of his tuses on scraps
L. .t Over-Fully Matured. For Representative.The --- r *
steak, bread and butter I
a more potato
the backs
and particularly ou friend of \1. Lof tin take For Count)" blftmiuioner. _;
I Sold Everywhere. coffee and pie, while at home his I
this of him The friend of J. B. Robert !
wife has a slice of cold meat, a cup of I mean announcing: a;; a announce
'r.routf'o Jane Eyre" was candidate for Representative in the him as a candidate for reelection '
( tea and of cake. At night the
a piece
1 "j nearly ettry publisher in I Legislature! from Escambia county, as county commUioner ;
fore it scored one of the.Mary I two sit down to dinner, with roast beef, I and they de ire the ;;u?port of all from District 1, sabj'ect tu the action t
; The Arab MoCber'n Adi 1 .
: successes in the ( potatoes and bread and butter as the i Democrats in the cotrins!? primary. of the democratic primaries July '
? When an Arab damsel gets married.her staples of the meal !j jNow 15. They believe that the material

: .luI), I mother (jives her the following advice I no one but a woodchopper or a For Reoresentative. interests of the county demand hi*
-. i;.<- pot, it is reported, said for securing her future happiness: The friends of C. re-election and
hunter can possibly eat meat-above I DUSTsolves Henry Cloptonj I they ak the support i j ,
!..p> 1:1 attendance a day or "You are looting your ue.t to live witha II all. red meat such as beef and mutton I GOLD announce him as a candidate for of every democrat in securing it. j
l.s death. "You hate dune representative in the Legislaturefrom -
wan with whose and alolts'you
ways three times a day without inviting the problem of easy dish washing, It cuts
n.e, un.II thank you; but : are Ult lIlillar. I advise you tobt'eome I uric acid to come and take its dwelling crease and cleans dishes better than Escarnbia county, and request For COir.l1 Commissioner.
up !Does its work -1 aw worn out. < qu.Ci y. support I
his slave it you wish to becOme I announce myself a candidate for ,
in his system. Nor can he eat white THE N. K. FAIR3ANK: democratic .
I Made only by COMPANY coming; primary.For election coun'ty
Lis as comuiisii.aer for
li.iue on the diy the absolute mistress of your bread, potatoes and pastry day after' Chicago New York, Boston, St. Loan f
.. w up a will In which Le husband. Be satisfied with little endeavor ': without One j Makers of OVAL FAIRY SOAP.CeromeV :: Representative.The district No. i, at primary: to be held '
day inviting dyspepsia. ,_ __ ___ _ July 15th.; and ask for the of !
his wife support
to d
possessed to feed him well and watch has only to let a doctor trace back | friends of Chan. M. Cotton announce all democrat '

a that she married again. user his bleep, for hunger begets auger 'i these diseases to their source to be ;, I.ulmt Plcfnrc.Oerome him aa candidate: for rep-: LEI DAM 'ELL. '.i j ::

he said, that at least one and sleeplessness makes a man quite certain on these points. j is porU d as being at workon I reseutative in the legislature from I ___ h__ __ ; ,

n ijrit his iliath. crossbrained. I'.e dumb as to his secrets Hut if we decide to gite up these a lame and unusually bloodtLlrsty Escambia county, and they a-k thesupport For County Commis .cner.
of all democrats iu the com- .'
-- do not appear gloomy! when he >I things, determine to hae meat and i>otatoes '! picture of the salon uiriety. The subject ins primary.For \ The friends of \V. A. Shelby here 1.

nit n.i is merry nor merry when he is sad only once a day and red meat | Is the end of the sports in the I u- by announce his candidacy for reelection -

i 1..liI ln-iiig exaaihu'd In and Allah! shall bless )ou." only once a week; if we taboo pastry i wan arena just as* the evening sun Railroad Commissioner. 1' a* county ci>iumUloner
t" dtUrmine his Illness" J from district No. 3 bl Escambia !
the starchy vegetables, the white bread lights! up a tew spectators descendiu Recognizing fully tt.e rights of the j t
-'.1'i \\.1" u..kl'l.hll'JI\ A "'ay Old Ariiunlntfiiirr llute. and heavy !;sweets what hate we left, the steps of the arena. The bodies of farmers and producers to more consideration I[I county subject to the, action of the
democratic primaries; July 15 and
did ,
tjcore HI. lure
to at the hands of the Kior-
"It is too bad, Mid the visitor from the Christian niartjrs, steeled In resin t"
for the family meals? "Nothing, the a-k for him the of all
I solicit : support
.try to tight the Aiuert. ida Railroad Couiim=ion,
home, "but people who aC'1ure't'alth; distracted housewife will exclaim de-1! and set on tire, are beginning to coubutne democrat.
..-- MilutionV lIe the support of all Democrats whoapprove ;
,. I'me. TllI'lIUl' Rid are not the name: to their: old friend" spairingly at first thought; but reallythe while the lions, timers and pau- of the declaration tf prm-l
1': Toi-haps there is a reason for that" matter is trot as difficult as it thus fife being driven to their dens iu ciples: set forth in my platform.]i Far C'oiiiiij- <'t.i?iifr. t j
u it "a s a dam sirhtI I
I 1.1' I.." ; replied! Mr:>. Cunirux ft'millicently. seems. 1] the Labeineut of the Coliseum Copies of pi itfoinient t" any one ,j After due ron-idcratiou I appeal I '

"People who acquire: wealth have feelings In planning the meals on this basis atldres"iu lUf' at We-t Palm Leach, '1 to my nriuy: frieuds and the demoiratic :;

Nasal the same as any one vise: and there is, first of all (chicken which Is Foley's Kidney Cure i pun litth.. Fla. K. HUDSON liURi || voter as a i-iiididate fr the 1

CATARRH way of saying: 'Ilumpli: I dozen different and seem a new tones up the whole! s\stpm. Careskidney E. Brassier :district four of E-cambu county. J
ways The friends of Frank
i }'Ieb-e remembiT me at the primary
and bladder troul;! -. SShl\ \lor | i
Nqh knew them when they were as poor as dish each time, and turkey duck and : hereby announce tim a* a tndidate I!: election of the democratic
\V. A. D'Alemberte 121 South I'ala- I partyI :
i -eream xaFp Eq i) Job's turkey:' "Washington: ::::tar. goose as well. Then there are the fox street. for County Treasurer of E-c; tnba I I!I; J uly l.;;. Ilv2.' I). M. M KKKIIT.: 4,

white meats lamb and teal; fish in its County, subject to the action of the' Olive, Fla. .'
I.ilm! tiQI In the Melee. multitudinous forms; there are'gate in : f democratic; primaries July 1;;, and "

\ttorney-Vit. See the plaintiff 'I I ask for him the support of the voter. For Count ('tuuuua"tuner.
you '' its season, Vegetables; and fruits, with .t ) > ,

strike the defendant? 'I'I I numberless varieties of soups, and the I -=t I For County Treasurer.I The friends of U. H1th well of 1

.. tness-Ol did, sor. I:, simple sweets which are made principally i \ i announce myself a candidate for : Hlull Sprmsf! > hereby announce him j

\lloruey-\nd was the assault committed )1'' from milk and cream and all r' I renomination for; the position of i ii as a candidate fur County Commissioner
1 dui t..(1 r.ntheaoit isepre't'a: with malice aforethought? I from district No. -i of J-:
forms of 1rl'u, Harper's Ilazar.i rr i( county treasurer of E-cair.bia coun- -cam: ;
: 111 irwL Reef .in IVtness-No, bor; it wor committed Jj ty. subject to the action of the democratic bia county subject to the action of ,
J- i* not '!ryn:,'-n I wtI. II the democratic .
wid a wallet behoind the ear.-Judge.KIVAKI ; ; The Best Liniment For Strains. r ( primary. primaries July 15, '
.i'je- ro.sueentaetllr ,- Ii 1. J. W. FlU TEn. and ak for him the support of the
h.S" '11 CD'. by DIll Mr. F. II. Wells the merchant at Vtnn votf-r i

.t.:'':...i'j W wren btrect'New York.PltiilTfrl" slog : > ,SU>O. i! Doer Park Long Island, N. Y., says: For Tax Assessor.I I y -
alwa's'rcC"omml'lId Chamberlain's | }* NLs. For Chairman Executive Committee.
: "I
The r.aderIf this paper will heplltstd lX hereby announce myself aa
""" t.\ learn that there is at least i! Pain 15am! as the best liniment for'I' */ candidate for re-election as Tax As- j j The friend of John U. Jones: hereby .:
strains. I used it last winter for a I ees-or for E-cambia countyubject announce hi* candidacy for chairman .

one dreaded lli-ea"o> thatcietice severe lameness in the side, resulting : to the action of the democratic primary I of the Il-cambia: : County Democratic

ab?.-u able to cuie in all ittaje;,; '' from a strain and was greatlypleaded Jii.iFor : j July 1.;;. ExecutUe Committee, subject .

THE PEOPLE and that ii catarrh. Hall'Catarrh with the quick rebel and cureit t == W. W. RIC'ILARIIS to the action of the democratic

, Cur i-. the only; positive cure iiowKnown pffooteil" For salo l.y all druggists I votfrof tin- county at t.trge ut the

t I \ hord Co.t& lOll a Cent, : to the medical fraternity and medicine dialers. ,. ;I f-Tax Collector. 1| primary July 13, and a-k for him

Jutairh bfiusr a con-tJtllti'l1Ial ilNfcit i I hereby announce mylf aa :, the heartyupport of the voter*. '
f tluJ l:>cr> Word i is Head : I -
', n-qune- con-titutional treatiiifnt. the 1t1l llnnd. i candidate forre-tlection a* Tax Collector -!
H\ lverhoth'; 11 a 11'.- Catarrh Cure i i- taken Inlerestlnt Por I for E-catubia county, subject I j For Secretary Executive Committee.
A titled: warned her new gardener Breada ,
.e-: -_ -;;:c-- + internally, acting directly upon the lady (' Baking to the action of the democratic primary The friend of Hen P. liters announce

Mer ;-.I\ 'I' t 1.1\I). hl'M'd and HHSCOIIurfaoe* of the that her husband had an irritating Jul,! 15. II hi- candid.icy for secretary i t

. : .-t"m, thereby: dtn,yhijrtlie; fomi habit (.f disparaging i eterjthing bo si win ,' GAS RANGE i- always'* reliable. I A. H. D'ALFMEERTE.: of the E-eantbia l'uUlltJ"moer:1tlc'
d'.ttii'ii ot the! di-ea-e, and! guiii; the the irieenhoiise and of ordering in a ; ------- -- --- I| Exeutive Committee. subject to the i
I I 1.\\" -- "i< uit.Uold fjrnim Your
Mv I -. ,' i mid nil Uiad" of|>"ri patient r..Itth; by building up the reckless manner new plants to bei oven i is always ready to the For Tax Collector. I action of the democratic voters of :

I. 'I"; rt .. I.,rill' .ay r . .. a \iplviu'A. A. Hsher. j noutjce him a- a candidate for Taxi July 1". and a-k for him the
.' doing; its work. The proprietor Hut oa no account humor Ili n, she j!II ) supportof
I!:" I'a.- want and can keep it at the Collector of E-cambia ub-
have -- -- says
I I" i.1'i lit} unprovfd real... 'powers : they! offer One Hundred 1 water on him. or Le will ruin us with ,, right temperature all through the I ject to the democratic primary to bo 1--- -
MNh held 15, 1'5)2.: and the For
July request Member Executive Committee.
.. 1I
ar.r .1\11! amounti low r any c a-t> that it fail to 'I' I
r, .1 I .1.. on l.\I.! K. Krimis. sid fur li-t of t3-thm>nialsAddress. his i-xtratagance. baking; You don't have to worry support of all Democrats. The friends
cure. of John Touart announce
... ...., 1.-\. 1'.ITUI hi.. 1-1-"r \t this point the new gardener turned -- - - I
F. J. (;III.\6Y & Co., i about him candidate for
mini draughts, damper or chimney ; I Member School Board. a a member
on tier a white and startled face.i For
Toledo, O. of the County Executive Committee 1
-- -- ... i ".Ma'am he said "if he orders to your bread is always right. Thereis The friend of W. M. Aperton hereby
11u\I'I 1" >-i\\ -Moyou n.-.-
uv ,."u... burrow.. any amount you N.tat pitch t-ttry plant iu the place! on the nothing like gas for taking.: nomination announce as a member of the him the votes of the democrats of
on .i s[ tirma.ul lowrnt '
rate. ? AROUND THE HOUSE.If rubbish heap. I Iolla'u't'I'r hate the the precinct at the primary July 15.
\ .!in r" olittinnlilo.on iniproifd citv r. 4l school board from district No. 3, ._ .
!. -from W iu. .I to"r, :K>t Moutn I'aU-: pluck to douse him in cold water. to the-democratic primary -- --

.1 rift ID.1f marks!' and !stains are on papered Won't it do as well if I get a drain of Pen acola Gas Co. July subject the 15th. 11W2.: For Member Executive Committee.

walls, Treiuh chalk of boiler and let it ,. '- The friends of Frank Reilly announCe
t', WANT T<> IIIU 1 Member Board Public Instruction.The him aol a candidate for member
Ifurryour drj bread rubbed in. his Ill'ck1.011
gent down
prpertypro. } i trickle gently
No. 3 S. Palafox St. Fla
... t. ..t title luiv' or fiwll rt-al toil. Pensacola. friends of HUll Elijah Ward of the County Executive Committee .
To hardwood floors smooth and don Tit-Iiits.
|ir >-rty of any d" cnpttoa, have keep
>'r. .I or you I"tl", attcndrd clean I announce hi- name a* a candidatefor from precinct 13 and ak for ;j1 l
to rub them with wa-te and warm .
H II-..-.. Tli'. C. Watson Co. CHOICEST i re-election a* member of the him the support of tl.e 11f-11\flcrttt.
I .. 101.ii I 'nurance a"t-nts. hi-nsa- piiraffin oil and i-olisli! with dry wa-te. I'rp'.nllnlrlll" In n ( at. I Board of Public Instruction from "Voter of the precinct at the pi jt'I

.f i ,'.if.I nni' ,na u-''drate"i- mil. To lend everyone money t tI |,. Miitlin: curtains may be rl'n,1.'rl.tllt'os Some i fifty years ago a \t'ry high Eng1'sli -OF- I district No. 3 of Escambia CMUUI.V' I July 15.; 4

> b 1. it a bou... sd-K Inilammalile by ringing: : them in alum I ollieial died in a fortress at a place subject to the action of the democratic t

- water-two ounces of alum to one gallon that is one of the 't'nh'rs of r.ralim.inicorlhodoxj primaries July 15. For Executive Committeeman >
I.OCI TIO.-N. of water.To .: ', and at the moment when I I hereby tuiooiinee myself .n a / ;

UK !- WHITKwIll 'pontinne' ; clean mirrors dip a cloth in methylated the news of his death reached the For County Commissioner j I candidate for memlier/ of the/: County

!. .t .<>a through th" -UIII- I spirits and rub! on the mirror. i M-jMiy guard at the main gate a black I I hereby announce myself a; a | Exfcutire Committee from Precinct
'UIII..y fchool room f'' rushed of it. The I candidate for reelection a* county Thirteen and solicit the of
Allow it to dry Oil before polishing with cat out guard presented I support
'. '' ; I
arch .h-I'I..I tiv Mli- APOSTLE'S
commissioner from di-trict 2 I.f E; Democratic
:Ia. recently r..turn.,1 n soft duster ;trust to the eat us a salute to voters at the coining i
.-unii-ction with the 1'10- the tljlni: spirit of the powerful Enj : cambia county subject to the action j I primary. JAM: L. s>\VEKM.V.'. j
N t.a'l1" 'I Oalvar.iy.ed iron palls for drinkingwater of the democratic I
summrrchool, primaries July 13.
14 East! Government -
'I 'n hirr.-l. IhrytlfUraNo'' should nut IH tisi>d. The zinc : li-htuan, and the coincidence took so St., I and ak the support ')f tl.e voter i| For Executive Committeeman.
v -> of :111-i .:nlnta Owens, tirt.i bold of the that to I !
tin Ni'1 gitr Iesont 10 coating is rapidly acted upon by the I' a kx-ality up\ a Formerly Cordova Restaurant tanc JOHN. WEL.-II. j The friends of ThoV.. Kent an- i
i imi. kr..trip to their rceular water fi-rmms a IHMSOUOUS oxide of few years aco: neither exhortation! or I I nounce him as a candidate for mem- i ,
11 '-llIr".... I'M-'W. zinc ordersoiild Ire\(11t a Minion sentry One:: carload: of Pineapples at 11.71 For County Commissioner.! I bpI' of the Democratic Executive :

i s tit -..\. I.l ;. i iI Mal-e a t-plcndM! furnture! jiolUlrliytaking nt that gate from presenting arms toan. to J2.00 per dozen. I Mr. Frank John-on hereby an- ;i Committee from precinct l.(. subjectto f
I II .\' eat that pa..M d out at night.-lom-! --- -------- --- | flounces him*elf as a candidate for the action of the pi unary and ak
-- a w : :;ls-ful! of olive oil one
I \ reliction a* county commissioner : for him theupport of the voter t
bay ,
I .m. most fli-sirablrt IoU In of Miiegnr: and two t blesi>ounfuls of /< f(>=GOLA=@
\ my trans by the Ushers i from district four E-cambia county
I.-... :oi't outh 1'alafox : nl..h..l l; apply with a soft cloth and! ubject to the will of the democratic For Member Executive Committee.

lalm ,i iI with tiannel.IJuss If you want to Grist and Corn Meal Mills voters in the coining primaries.!. He I The friend of James Mcllu/h; announce .

.'r Kent. : matt>r carpets can be cleaned OSTETTFR. get well ngaln, I doe* this for the rea-on that he ln candidacy for minbr of
-' -- ...... "- yon cannot take want=; the office and think- Le can the County Executive Committee r I
thoroughly; by generously sprinkling! ; on a better medicine IB GONZALEZ 4 CO., Prop I j
*- 'i "V.:.f trfei.;v turni nfj rooms alltfM it them yellow cornmeal that has liee-i I e CELEBRATED than. the be of benefit to the best interest* of 1 from precinct U and a-k for him the tupport
__ well Hitter. It Is the Mannfactcreri : the whole county. If Lifriends 'i of tIll dsmocrats of the pre- !
Uainpeiitil in clean soHp-nd-! tiefct health
I. ''I' '\ lllh'cl'IHh'1 wi-ak aninunua water Sweep off Hi .. t knoun restorer to CHOICE SIKALAXO PtJtt: GJtOCND and the people interested a/ree with 1!, civet lit the primary July h; II I I
I r science, and will STOCK FEKO.: I' him, he will appreciate tl.eir sup y
:: to learn r: few minute! i cure For Member Executive Committee.
Patronize Home Industry, for there It port. :
. "i. nfTere. eight flux\\eek by -,iiortittiod. re- 1, Headache, every reason you should buy your Meii and I The friendof \V. B. Wrizht announce t I
Htock freed from the Home Manufacturer For Commiss oner. ,
I.notice, eiperl IUHruc1. 1 he r.irrilonal CIINC. for i County candidacy for member of al J
: '1. presented .. 8ies Sit- Nervousness, by so doing you encourage borne Indni- !, The friend of J.V.. ISrewton of tIe County Executive Committee f I
'You say you are thankful you havt try. Yourmont'yhlt'fIIDthe community '
.uaranteelttrltrtOdty.':r. New La a ?" riatnlecry, and you In torn are Indirectly beneflted. ''di-trict l No. :.1 announce t.lm as a from precinct 15. ubject to the DCtUIII l ,I
colde Infoiterlng the borne manufacturer yon 1 candidate for re-election from aid of the democratic ,
J-'ltf ." answered the contribute to the cause of labor. Yon primary July
optimi-t. 3. ow
Indigestion o' district i to tie action of th*
Ittotbecommaalty In which yon live and subject 1 li, and a-k for him t'upport of !
v / .n,1 tolieitor; will pay eold is oinof the few ailments that a which contribute to primaries July 15. 1
Malaria. lever TOOT support the voterof the precinct. .
-- mi to r 14 lit on.J.- ,
witliout a burgical operation.ashiiigtoii .''- BITTERS( and Ague. -

1c. .\ ;-'I'U. \\" SLIT.Folelr's Try u.
"UDe tarn from Ki-: -I.GO TO*, ,
i :tat once tit prepare for
'",\. rn tin-lit .""'rv1"s. .\p. Honey and Tar PROFESSIONAL CARDS

..reliiit..Cedr |{"|>- opiates ---- .----,--oo__.....___.. -__ ...

Cilm' W. C. ROWE F. E F
> N I t 1 1 In a willing 15ear ,
S.I,_'il I.uJ linn at No.. t.
,.: )tint FRED MYERS, FRIENDOF Office: 17-i S. l'alafol.Hountromto'a.m.an1 -

1 \11 kIna ot empty beer 1 to 3p. mend
\ i* \.I'&IIIDI(411': noT tf I THE BEEF TRUSTSenate : after 7 o'clock 0-For Seven Days we will Offer the Following Prices:-0* .-

t -' a'1. \\'allte'cl. Phono U.PARKER'S.
-: orthy person- In eaohil Bill No. 18: A B.ll to be 20 doz Men's French Xeck, drop. 2fJO Pair Men's New Orleans k" wed You should took at our line ofstichedundersbirtsfor25cdrawers
." ''l''ie hll'ine> olit estab- :: or Cable tcrewedrhoeforthis; sale Ladies' Hizh and Low Cut I'hlu.!

"-,1.J eekly financial cash salary standing fir entitled "An Act to prohibit arrange- HAIR BALSAM to match. $1.2); solid leather. We can ave you money.

,. ': Wednesday, with all exitn ments, contracts, agreements, trustsor Cletmri and brautitm Ibo hat?. 2:) doz Men's Fancy Striped, Lace 1,<>J yard Lawn, fat colored,

I I' 'nr.headijuarters, :Manager :;c money J Cax"and combinations, and certain other -- Never rromottt FaI t'..luiur to Beitore>nt fruwlh.try and Plain, Silk Finished: I5albrian Kid 175 Shoe Painfen'; in four j Hand different Hewf'd"ici shape worth '.Jc. to close at&c yard.

ea4o' jidnltw acts or things Intended to or tendingto Cure Hair. *,f it diwMr* youthful.ft boor Color.'o.lD" match.Undershirts at 41c each ; drawers to toes; regular: $!, for this sale $215; a iJjXHar Mu-liu. regular 7c
br aDd ilivit
pot'I.I'HY. prevent, hinder or obstruct the law. pair. good> to close at j'te judoh
doz Men X-Bar
Undershirt, I
Ii JlJ urd4 Unbleached Domestic
.ltM BROWN LE6HORSS- ful sale of Florida fed beef, or other DR. KING'S worth 50c, for 4)c; drawers to match. I have bought the full line of Levy- to clove at 4'jC. f

aT\ Hardwtrel'o't.F'Rs for sale beef, meat, or cattle or other edible 25 doz Men's Scriven Patent seam Pon Co. boys' shoes that I will closeout ( I Gt") yards Best Check Oinhamf

III.trII. animal in this state or tendingto TRY NEW DISCOVERYFOR side drawers, worth 65c, for this; sale at cost. fast colored, regular 7c goods, for
.\ I It 4.l)1). 3sc.: this Bile &c.
*"* monopolize: the tale of or the price I 125 pair( Boys' Easy Walkers, regular
-- -
M"1 K)t:-;I; ;rt ;' thereof." THAT COLD. 28 doz Boys Extra Size Pant, 12 to'' We goods, to close at 35c pair. 10 pieces White, and Red Table
a:.* .n K"irooodiH t .Toilet i 17 years, worth 11 a pair for this sale Linen, regular! 4<>c gooda.-to close as
I.. u-.rtc.K w. government Referred to the Judiciary committeeof TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. 50c. 75 pair Men's Low-Cut Patent 25c yard. No one over 5 yards.

= which Mr. Myers was chairman. Cures ConsumptionCoughs We carry a full line of Boys' Wash Leather Shoe we have been selling 31) pieces Medicated 21-inch Cotton

?,, "T. l'ur I.'un'rul... (Page 61.) Colds Bronchitis Asthma Pants. Call and see them. 1 at #2.&) pair, to close at 11.75 pair. Diaper, worth hOc, for this sale 60c. .

.. I ,
Lr IOR YUSEKALS farnianed Judiciary Committee, after careful
1 .inoaqnetor: 'p claldi>ilini i\ 1 Pneumon iaHayFererPleu- This Sale will Not Run Than Seven
or"no. .s west Gregory examination, returns Senate Bill No. | Hoarseness Positively Longer Days. ..
risy LaGrippe
2 dim 13 without recommendation. (Page -'

I I' -.'l..U"'Jltl'" 103., ) Sore Throat, Croup and Remember the place F. E. Brawner's Candidate for County Treasurer ,

:.; and Floral Lesijniorders I On passage of Senate Bill No. 18, Whooping Cough.NO ,

Morrao t S3 West for customers Mr. Myers voted NO. (Page 312,) CURE. NO PAY. j"

Gregory ladlm I [Senate Journal, 1891]. I. Price 50C. and $1. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE. I .o 105 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET. Ki


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--- -- after wblcb, upon motion of Wm. MR. MYERS NOT VOTING.
Stages! in the'W orlf'
t MALLORYLAMARLOFTINJJLOPTON 0. Lehr three rousing cheers ,were -

f Politics andPoliticians. given by the club for the candidates House Bill 215, Page 1077, A bill to

they had endorsed. < be entitled, "An act in relation to The 42d Annual Statement fur Yp&rEnding

K Ur<4 at the Poet Office at Pensacola t President Clark announced that Insurance companies In this state. December 3Ut. 1901 nf

.....Mcood-clait Butter.OrYICEPllt's the club would meet at 7:30 o'clock I (The bill became a law and makes

Building 2115 Houtb |s. Thursday night and attend in a body insurance companies, when judgmentis 1 THE[ (EQUITABLE l[ I

f.riTlUMt, up-tttlrt. '" .: EAST END DEMOCRATIC CLUB the meeting at the opera house, at against them, pay the attorney'sfees
1 of other side.) Mr. Myers did
THE NEWS TOBUSHUIC CO. !! which Hon. W. B. Lamar would
3 :J :1JiIr not vote. 28junetw
.. Terms::: Invariably in AtUanoeO I Hear Hon. Wm B. Lamar speakat Saves a Woman's Life.
and beer
Sandwiches were
Tsar by Wall -iii uus"I the epera house to-morrow night, MENTS.An To have given up would have meant Assets ..ftJI.IJ.0

.U Mootbi 2 and bring the ladies with you. The served in abundance. death for Mrs. Lois Cragg, of Dor- Reserve and other Liabil :

Ose W.* Carrier, Payable Monday 10\ will reservedfor Chester Mass For years she had ities... .. .... ... .. . 2 i9.910.6'P
entire dregs circle !
endured untold misery from a severe
'lretf/.i" BatH Furnished on Application Enthusiastic and Largely Attend- ALL WHO USE ATOMIZERS
ladies and their escorts. There nasal catarrh will get the lung trouble and obstinate cough. Surplusfrom which Dividends -
o "Often. she writes, "I could scarcely
TELEPHONE NO. 118.FBI8AOOLA will also be addresses by prominentlocal best result from Ely's Liquid Cream breathe and sometimes could not are paid. .$ 71.129.04! .
dretsefl Are Made by Bent 8. Lid- = = -- =
c speakers.And Balm. Price, including sprayingtube speak. All doctors and remedies failed Paid to Policy-holders in

rt tJ BEL don.John B. Junes, K. Credille 75cts.! Sold by druggists or !till I used Dr. King's New Discoveryfor I! 191., 27.7H,6'l

don't fail to attend the K. I. and J. Emmet Wolfe mailed by Ely Bros., 56 Warren St., cured.i Consumption Sufferers and from was coughs completely colds! I'j I New Insurance in l\JUl..f 245 91;,[,7

K.picnic Magnolia Bluff Friday. :New York.New throat and lung trouble need this I Total Insurance in force
Orleans, Sept. 1, 1900. I I grand remedy, for it never disap- I Dec. 31, 1W1. ... 1.I'9.2i6.ti; 5
2.1902'THKAtlinU There will be all sorts of sports and Messrs. ELY BROS-I sold two i
The meeting of the East End Dem- points. Cure is guaranteed by W. A Notwithstanding! the greater fluan.wal
several candidates will make bottles of your Liquid Cream Balm I D'Alemberte druggist,. Price :50c; strength of the -
Society and
ocratic club last night wall well at- to a customer Wm. Lamberton H15 the
and Trial bottles free.
Journal' Paragraph speeches. Delachaise St., New Orleans; he has I HOt greater !JtCUfltwhich its poUrI -
: HillHall" tended, every eat being filled and a used the two bottles, giving him I holders! thereby enjoy the RATES:
his "Joe
editor has worked are LOW and
lead to the limit, and should Editor John Neel of the Westville large number of enthusiastic demo- wonderful. and GEO.most W. satisfactory McDcFF. results. -I PENSACOLA CLASSICAL SCHOOL I ter than given GUAKANTKES by other companies.betI -

let it Uk a rest. Advocate, the leading paper in crats were standing, filling the hall, Pharmacist. I
Holmes with an overflow gathering out on Third Annual Session Begins Sej>-
county says
Tnt newspaper that has so much teinber 15, IttO:. and Ends i I KXOWLES BROS.,
advertising pace to spare that it devote "Hon. Fred T. Myers spoke at the the sidewalk. WORKED OFF j June 1:, 1903.

a whole page to itself, lacks a Academy Tuesday night to a good After the transaction of routine i I I I Generaljente,
'I II I'
competent solicitor., audience, mostly Lamar men. His business President Clark addressed The aim of this school is to provide 3u9 1 H. Palafox St.. PENSACOLA ,

the club that after careful BAD CHECKSRepresenting f thorough HIGH SCHOOL and ,I "" ""
IK President Roosevelt causes entire speech was taken up in explanation -I I COLLEGE PREPARATORY in- I I fc

work to be commenced ou the canal : of his past official record.Mr. Investigation into the merits of the I I struction. The school is of especial'

before the end of his term, he will be Myers has many personal I, various candidates, the club's exeCU- I ; interest 1. Those to three who C1.1 having s"e.;: completed 'FISH CHOWDERBY

1 a hart propo-Ition for Hanna to : friends in our county who regret : tive committee wa ready to recommend himself to be a railroad i: the grades of the public school wish i iI
for the Humiliation in I'M. ''to I I THE SEA SHORE
tickle j I pursue their studies further with
very much that: he has placed him- for endorsement what they be- contractor having one of
out leaving home. .
MARK TWAIV'S di-tnal: experiencein lieved to be the bet for the the smoothest of tongues, a well
I self in a position! where they are men 2. Those who wish, with the aid.

attempting to force hilD?elf to compelled to oppose him and see his places. He hoped every member of I dressed man named J. H. Randolph of the careful individual attention i I At the Santa Rosa Surf Bltluli-
quantity of "hu- can be given in smaller clause I
out a given
grind for each issue of a i defeat, which i is sure to come. the club would give hearty support.I worked several parties in this city : and a longer session, ta advance i: establishment, the noted chef
morous" matter : : .
to these candidates. last week for various ,sums by means more rapidly than is possible for I Frank :Maura will
monthly magazine! ; is paralleled by I them i'i public school I give one of -

the tttortt of the average paragraph- I Hon. John :S. Heard, candidate Secretary Fleetwood then read the of worthless checks, given on the 3. Those who are fitting themselves I celebrated fish chowder every Sunday

er to turn out daily ,;q many inches for congress will address the demo- report of the committee, recommending American National Bank of this city, ," In addition for the usual instruction I, at 5 o'clock p. in. on the seashore

of "bright. lively, witty read.tble"item crats of this county as follows: Bluff in which institution he has
the following endorse- no money in English.;: Mathematics, History i beach. The steamer Enterprise -

ino-t of which are funereal Spring, Monday, July 7,3J0p.m.: ; and never had : Geography, Lain etc., in'ltruc-I
s menu: any. will leave Palafox wharf a*.
tion is oUered.l'itIII ,
failure*. I fii tuition I
Century, Monday, July 7, b p. in.; i For U. S. Senator: -Stephen R. I I Randolph was here for two days, I II in Greek, French German and Span 2Wp.: in. e'try"Iuuday.. m'JMf

As WMIII a+ (jJ .n/Jr and Green were'I'I Robert, Tuesday, July S. S p. m.; Mallory.For and on both days hired a team from ; ish. The school i is conducted at the I -- -
of West Gadden
I corner and Spring
ordered trite Quebec' i Need More Help.
by Pine Barren, Wednesday, July 9, atop. Frank Pou the stable of I
Congressman-Wm. B. Lamar. I I livery man streets, in a building which is to I Ii
back to the jurisdiction of the i Millview i i be arranged to adapt it especially till. Often the overtaxed organs if .,. ,
Thursday, July
in.; West Intendencia street His

extradition commissioner at Montreal i For Representatives to the Legis- general the needs of the school. .. lion cry out for help liy ih -i P i P ,

their lawyers were ready 10, at p. m., Pensacola, Friday, lature-Scott. Loftin and HenryC. appearance would give out the The number of pupils in attendance I'[ pains nausea tlizziiu'''''. h. a.i.t I .
is limited. Hence those desir- liT complaints and how ,, .
l d-!
with another writ of habeas corpus July 11, at I 8p.m.:! ; Beulah, Monday, Clopton inference at once that he was anything I : "
; ing admittance should communicateas I Such troubles call for 'In |I''< ri'f|
to be tried before another Quebec July H. at b ?. m. Julius Heinberg moved that the but a "crook," and for that early as possible with the Princi .''nf Dr. Kings New Lit. 1'1''j''/ .
judge There muit be much merit are Rrntlc. thorouch nil d! u.d'n', ito
la the contention of the United "And so you are Henry Bellinger," report of the committee be ratifiedby reason when he presented a check I pal.For further information,terms and' cure. 2':; cents atV .\ 11.\ .

(State attorney that the commistioner the club, and this motion was enthusiastically on the local banking house against II I catalogue, address herte's drug store.
said a prominent citizen of Brent H. CLAY AKMSTKOXO: ,
will remand the culprits for carried after an I his account for flU, Mr. Pou, with- Principal or
the other day. "Well, I am surprised -
t4 trial at Savannah, or Gaynor and tOrt'en 'I. amendment Mitch Touart out question promptly cashed it, PERCIVALH.WHALEV., Grass Shears that will cut
by sec-
I would not be "o reluctant to'i' ; from the amount of fuss and Assistant. ,, close at the Willis Hardware
onded by Ernest Woody and Frank takingout what was due him for the
1, submit their case to the commie -- dun you are kicking up in the coun- !Shake Into Your Shoes : C0's.FRANK .

tioner' decision.llv ty I expected to see at least a six- Touart that the endorsements be teams. Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder. It

unanimously ratified. But when the paper was shoved cures painful, smarting, nervous feet
take footer. But that's all right. Henry' I SECARI'S BATH HOUSE
it* attitude in refusing to
I President Clark then introduced as 1 under the scrutinizing eye of Assistant and ingrowing nails, and instantly _
any tttectlvt steps against the trust may be little, but he' a hustler, and takes the sting out of corns and bun-

% Bill the republican party has placed he i is a thoroughly competent business the first speaker Judge Ben]. S. Lid- Cashier Clark at the American I ions. It's the greatest comfort discovery Deep for water white sea: bathing, night or
people only.
of Allen's FuotEa..e
iuelf rightly before the country as man. don of Marianna, who made one of Bank, that gentleman looked into makes tight age.or new shoe feel- compartment for ladies, with lady at

the friend of the trusts; the reason -_ his always interesting talks. He Mr. Pou's face with a compassionate easy. It is a certain cure for sweat- ; tendant. Neatest, b ".t and cleanest
bfiDK that the trusts supply the 'I callous and hot tired aching bath house in the city. Bath ",
party ,
aud informed him ing ,
Now U the time to buy bargains. !. compared the public records of Fred gate there was no I cent FRANK Soak
feet. it Sold all
manager with enormous sums of Try -dng. by i
iiiocey for political campaign pur- Brawner is a candidate for county I: T. Myers! and Wm. B. Lamar, show- collateral there to warrant the issu- druggists and shoe stores. Don'taccept : Cor. Cevallos :and Zirra'o s--

: poiei>. This implies the fact that a treasurer. Do your summer shopping ing that Myers' work had ever been II ing of such paper. I 25c. in stampTrial any substitute.package By mail FRE for};. :I I

<> republican majority] depends entirely with him and see how nice he'll treat ; for the interests of the corporationsand Mr. Pou said not much about his : Address, Allen :S. Olmsted, LeRov. i. Gas A. Soderlind

II upon the ue of money in election you. But that's Frank Brawner' : combinations of capital, while : loss, but what he did say leaked out. i N. Y. j

*. The maintenance of republican !
natural He U always polite : Lamar's official and to a NEWS yesterday ICE.tOLD-\VAT I 1
supremacy by such Menus'' way. I i long life had been a I reporter H LO\S AT ...THE TAILOR,...

demonstrates! the fact that without I' and he always has splendid bargainsto continuous round of acts in the interest I afternoon he acknowledged that he I! THE GARFIELD. ICE CO'H.; : )\\KST' iOi'KKMUK.NT: ST. tWill ,
I tuch means that party could: not oiler. of the great mass of the people. had been victimized.Mr. I
re-\ I I SUMMER NORMAL SCHOOL for the next :all day* mak- ,oart-
main In There are \ I He had heard Dave Dannheisser
power. I Mr. Myer speak at proprietorof I at 25 per mil l les- than regular

t honest men in that party to repudiate i Loftin and Clopton are daily gaining Mariaana and not one thing did he I the depot saloon, was another )I FOR WEST FLORIDAThe prices:

such a {conclusion even at the strength. They have conducted I I DJTIUK Men's Suits I uyutg
1 I point out that he had done for the victim. He will hardly lose what ;: -- i LadleHulls II. tol.'K
cost of a democratic victory. Will a vigorous but clean campaign and I II Men B Suit Me m 1'leaued IH":
they do it? I I I people in all the twelve years of his I he let Randolph have, as a certain ;: Summer Normal School forWest I.ndivti'Hints fleam i'leaniMl. lit toll.
___ I they will be elected to represent I II Men's Tounen Meam Cletti.ed 4 I service in the legislature. He based railroad man stood good for the i Florida established by authority I 1
I of Hon. W. N. t""h ats State Hint: Now is the time to have
A LETTER in the savannah: Morn- Escatnbia county in the legislature.THE I Superintendent
his claim for support in Jackson I money, amounting to $5 and drinks. I of Public Instruction, at I your winter Clothing put in good
log News Iroiu l'all.1ha..t'e exhibits POLITICIAN. I shape. This otter M"for thirty day
Pensacola Fla., will July
a mixture\ of facts and conclusions- county upon two things. One was I II Randolph went to Mr. Dannheisser 14th and continue for a period of six only. ;Mention you saw the advertisement -

and several other things-which indicates -I Never Knew Pain Killer 11 fail ', that ,some 26 years ago, when there I I and asked him to cash his check. week?. in THE HAil.XtW8..

a mental condition in the before, what can the matter be? I was a republican returning The proposition was not encouraging I Thi school is organized for the intending ,i sharped.otherwise the regular price will bN
benefit of teachers, and those -
Where is the bottle There, II
writer scarcely compatible
I thought so; it is not Perry Davis' I and the democrats, who board'l' by any means, but upon the assur- :I to become teachers and all
sober rea"on. "By the time the leg.I of are I
who sixteen age
Painkiller at all, but something the I deavoring to throw off the yoke of ance of a well-known gentleman the are years
Itlature hits ironed out the wrinkle l druggist must have made himself I eligible for entrance. The school 134 134 134 134 134 I

in this primary! election" says the )iii and I did not notice it; I have u-ed I republican misrule, feared they i money was passed over, the check ; will have departments for whites I ', _c... ; "" ...... :. ,I :
I and colored conducted, of course, in ,
writer, "the entirey.tem will be so Painkiller for years for diarrhea, I would not get an honest count, he written and Randolph walked out. i buildings. 1341's' 134
and stomach aches it separate I
discredited in the estimation of the i cramp never failed" 'I had gone to Mariauna and warnedthe This check was also refused at the. There will be three courses of ,'. Anten'sTeleplioieL34 ;
public that it is safe to say that the 1I 1 .study, embracing the usual subject*, Ion I
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democrats that they mast have American Bank, as were a numberof which the examination forteachers' fl It U for Public UMJ134

I again experiment in this will Mate! not" The soon ab..urdih.1 bttried' THE FOURTH properly attested affidavits of election others, all on the same bank.It I leading to certificates a more thorough are based prepara-each ; t TKV.. ., n, .. ,' I

vf fUClj a proposition is equalled i t!! to secure a count. The other was understood that this man j tion, in the requirements for the several 134 134 134 134 134

_truly by that with which the writer I AT MULAT was that he had once delivered the I had successfully worked, this little t The I is organized not only; ,

e gravely tefer to two constitutional ;) : oration at the family reunion of the game in other places outside of Pen- For the purpose of acquiring better

amendments which he says "are to I I methods and thorough; knowledge,
Bevis family. That was all Mr. [ sacola, and that he was caught byI EVERY .
-submitted to the people in this I All wishing to spend an enjoyableday I 'I but to encourage a higher standard
Myers could tell that he had done to detectives in Alabama: yesterday.1His of !pcholarship.
election" take of the
primary ._ I can advantage special earn the of the I' operations are said to cover ;, It is hoped that a large number of
I rates and join the picnicers under : support people.The West Florida teachers will attend HOUSEWIFENeeds
PROFESSIONAL CHIROPODIST ; speaker then said he candidly a large part of the country, and so and every effort will be made by the
the beautiful tree at Mulat, Fla.
they that the Pinkerton faculty to make their attendance
; were
1 believed Jackson numerous
i':. rU. Clair Thomas will remove Train leaves Union depot at'i a. in. county would give I profitable as well as plea-ant. >I a Bottleof
Limar of detective agency has had the i iI information regarding the'
a like
corns, bunions and ingrowing nails Return at 5:45; p. ir. majority something I Any ;

without pain or Mood. Will call at :lei!UJ. even in the face of the promise I I matter in hand for ome time, and Summer given by Normal Kupt. N.will B. Cook be cheerfully Peu-tt Turpentine!

jour residence if requirt'd.0.. f 21South NEW FREIGHT i that had been made to Myers that I,i sleuths of this corps ran him down cola, Fla., or the undersigned.Students whether for Cleaning Reds or Old
Palafox treet. who attend should takea
: lOjlui
I he: should have a majority of I0w finally. i Clothes or for Stings of insects,
'-- fare to
I receipt for their full going/ ('lIt", Hrui-s, or anything e e.Everybody .
: GARS ARRIVINGEvery from that county. Several Pen,.acola gentlemen who Pensacola, as effort is being made to : knows the value of Pure
MYERS RALLY : have the railroads give a return
The men who were supporting were duped are thinking of pushing Spirits of Turpentine, and in order
I ticket for one-fourth fare, as they
the genuine article. thatit
10 get : see
Lamar in Jackson county were the I their cases against him if he is ever have in the past. is put by theBuffalo
t I I freight train arriving nowadays men who worked for their livingsin freed from the many indictment'. Principal, DeFuniak Springs.' Fla.

-- here from northern points the stores, in offices, in shops, on I now alleged to be against him for i I

.Friend of Hon. Fred T. Myers, .I brings new freight cars, the first the farm'. obtaining motley under false pretenses i Don't Fail to Try This.

candidate for Congress, will hold a ; trip from the shops. Some of them i The men who were supporting I 'I Whenever an honest trial is given; (it
: le
to Electric Bitt Tb for any trou. S
fraud rally at the opera house next are le? than ten days old upon their : Myers were the professional politician I For Over Stay Year. is recommended for a permanent cure

Tuesday evening, July t>. and expect arrival at Iensacola.Yesterday =-men who had done no other MRS. Wr: sLOW'S SOOTHISS SYRUP bat will surely ,IMJnVct - regulate
I been used for over sixty years by millioniol to tone the stomach ;
to make it the large and most I a number loaded with ; work for six months than talk poli- mothers for their children while teething, I and bowels stimulate the liver
I with perfect success It toothrt the child.
nthui.itic meeting of their cam I phosphate arrived, and it Is learned tics. softens the gaim.allayt all paincures wind i invigorate; the nerves and purify the
colic.and II the best remedy for Inarrhoea blood. It's wonderful tonic for rundown
d1 paign.Chaffers.. I that score* of others have: been sent : Judge Liddon said that as justiceof .I It will relieve the poor little sufferer 1mmediately. I syfctenis. Electric! Bitters positively
Hold by Droggitti In every part
.' Concert Band has been directly from the shops at Decaturto the supreme court he had sat in .1 of the world. Twenty-nve cents a bottle. : cures kidney and liver troubles,
I I ,I Be lore TOO ak for"M rs.Wlnslo,.'. Soothing i stomach disorder" nervousness, sleeplessness -
engaged (o furnish mu-ic and special: Tennessee phosphate works to beloaded the same capitol and ccme in daily I Syrup and take no other kind. rheumatism, neuralgia, and Mfg

L will be reserved for ladies and for Ptnsacola. contact with Wm. B. Lamar: for along ; expels malaria. Satisfaction guaranteed
I i by \V. A. D'Akmberte. druggist. who Guarantee it Absolut-1* f
I while. He knew Lamar. From
thelreseorta. : : THE GARFIELD ICE CO'S.: Only 50;; cpnts.

The speaker. for the occasion will NonIrritating: ; his personal knowledge, he could I Only 10 Cents a Bottle.
ft1 The Stratton Ice Works
be lion. Fred T. Myers, Hon. W. A. i congratulate the club upon endorsing I This weather makes the
Jid $ large luscious melons
Jtlonnt and Hou, JohnC Avery. Cathartic that gentleman, and he did s >. 'I grass grow. You can buy All kinds of chairs and
ice-cold. Place order I
The committee on arrangements : ; Excellent addresses were then your keen catting Lawn Mowers rocking chairs at Marsff )
1 Easy to late, easy to operate- :
now by telephone. .
extend a cordial invitation to all I made in turn by John B. Jones, K. I and Grass Sheajs from the, $ Quina's. Prices are 'rylow.

democrats to attend. t,I Hood's Pills IA. Credille atd J. Emmet Wolfe, I Try the :NEWH Want Column. Willis Hardware Co'.?. \ .

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c. O'NEAL! President; F. C, HORTON, Cashier; THE WEATHER
i Smoke La Normal!
S. j. rOSHEE,Vice.Pruidenti M. E. CLARK Mat Cashitr. TO-DAY! i i

I, .I kj
LOCAL FORECAST-Fair tonight and :

PENSACOLA, FLA. Thursday light varlbale Winds. A Cost Five Cents $ .

Temperature in lilt 24 Hour: I

Mazlmam_.,__.._......... ..... .... 7 degrees
Has the LARGEST CAPITAL STOCK of any bank in the State MlBimam__-.._ _....,.._........ 79 degrees ALL HAVANA \

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

Atlanta_ ._. .-____.__ M 78 I EQUAL TO ANY JO-CENT CIGAR : :
Bismarck ...... ......... _. It SHChicago.
trusted to its care. .._'_-........-,...._..._._?._ fill to; t
'Cincinnati_......_____72 GO I
Galveston__ .. ....... .___ M MI ;
H uron__..._. .. .. ....... HI ".iJackdODTille
Kansall.1ty...... _.._... ...M > I 1., j
Key WelL, .. _.... ..... ............. "* NI '. :
-- Memphis .... _. ._.. __.. ....._ !<0 70
Mobile._. .. ..... __,__ .. w 70\ - - ............... r :
B. H. FAIRCHILD, Montgomery .?. .. ........ .... M 7MNew j

: New York........ ... _. .. ..... ....:i$ II 2 ,, i
a LIIOLSTFiR: Savannah. ___ ._ .. no miHt. ..
MATERIALIZEThe Louis .?_._? ._ ........ ...76 M LEWIS BEAR & CO. (

'. and Refinishing Furniture aSperialf r
:' ... J .,
f.r1iono -- --- --- - ;
widely advertised meeting of annual meeting of the Board of MARITIME. .I

403. Public Instruction held in ,
was ,,2525Z5i5252/ SES II'
the Cosmopoliton Club, "on" for last
office of Supt. X. B. Cook yesterday '
night failed to materialize there EIrORTIi.
R. K. WHITE, I occupying the entire day. President For July to date ,.... ...I !leo '
having been but three persons at the Clubbs presided and all members were I I.j., .Mauuf-fturing Jeweler j I CLEARED.
, Ts I darkened meeting place for the thirty present. The business of the past !I lr S3 Edale,2'.U. CradJoch. by Unit Tran ,I. :J' ,;

nd .r.duate Optician, I minutes between 8 and 8:30 jear was gone over at this session stCofor tons phosphate Mlddleborougb rock, -W tqr, witn balcb 4:11: cotton long ;!. :.

l-.l.fuiM Pf.,arola, llNEWS o'clock. and appropriations made for the com- value :11,114.: >

ing scohlastic] year.Superintendent I -:;:;; i J j
I if
One of the enthusiasts, a railroadman I :NOTICE M4RINEKS.i :
Cook recommended
Commander J H Hull inspector of teSeventh II
::1 said "I think it decided .
: was that $3i .lCi: be appropriated for the Lighthouse district, tas issued the C5 2sEsasa52525S S 4SaS

at the caucus. held last night to =t- j schools which Of this following otlicml notice: .. I
po : was agreed to. Fennacola Bay and tntrancl'-.S's\'y \and --- -
NOTES Outer Bunk Buoy No K a *.econd-cla scan,
', pone the meeting and all go to JimClark's amount $29,335vill be for the payment was established June ::I. !'..'-, on the
of thet salaries of teachers, and following: bearingsviz:
club to oppose i Deer 1'oiut lieaon: Light E. by N. THURSDAY FRIDAYAND
will give the white schools a term ;, Pensacolw Light-House.: W. N\V \ W.
i Any way I was told this. He did End of West(coal) wharf, navy yard, N. I
of eight months and the colored ; IS'. )
t'ie K. I. K'3 grand not say who told him. I II schools a term of six months.On 1 ?This buoy U placed at the southeasterly
I point of the nve-fathom curve off I'eruaeola
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i t. July 4th at Id a. 111. account of the crowded condition navy yard and marks the thunnrl to an- !
HERE MYERS VOTES NO. chorale ground for deep draught: vessels.SOTICE .
.. snug; tonight of the K. : I of public school Xo. 1 it was decided -i -

: fUUtC. K. of A. hall. to build an addition consisting i: TO \K1\EKS. VIiStandard !

arc rtque-ted to at- I House Bill 95, Page 1171. A bill ;iI of four rooms. The addition will be Regulations of the Marine Hospital -errice -
to be entitled, "An act relative to the require inspection of vessels from I
I two stories in height, and will be t"reignpurteviadomestic ports north of
I receipt, shipment and delivery of. erected on the front portion of the southern Maryland, but MH such ports at I :

'.: ,II.'rJ. for cursing and ;freight by railroad companies and!' building, running within seven feet Ship a southern 1landwhere port,full iosptctiou pratique is is cot givenfor prtrequblte :- ,

: i ivHjeehan: yesterday, 'other common carriers, and to compel''of the sidewalk. ,I to entrance "Silv8r"

'iu' by Mayor Jones this i! railroad companies to transport and I The board decided to raise the sal I SuTI'L.: Dollar

'' return cars received from connecting) aries of Miss Pauline Reese, assist j I the The following Marine:Hospital (service bas issued

.M-tiDR A. O. H. at Bt. lines of railroads, to construct sidings j ant principal of school: No. 1 to $60 i I "Coasting; vessels which are' known and ,
{ and connections with each other'slines. | which are in regular trade "ltI11'10mla
'all tonight at 7::::11' o'clock. ." Mr Myers voted NO. 28june1w! Ir month, and the principals of I from domestic ports of tbe United States: ,

.runt bu-ine,:!. A full at- I shoolsos.. 2, 40, 70 and 74 to $35: may with enter the understanding without detention that II or sickness inspection of $ SHIRT SALE !IIs L

14 requested.A'il I FINE STATIONERY.C. per month I any character whatsoever shall develop
; during the voyage to Florida port shall
''report to the quarantine officers for in-
"rtti ad Wesley Moore, Teachers Assigned.
V. Thompson, No. 11 !South spvction and disposition.
'..ind character, Teachers were assigned to the following going to stir this old city from east to west and north

.. ::t ':n> f.-r lilt days: each this j Palafox street, ha? just opened a schools: ] : Ku ship Kndymion ATQUAKASTIXE.:*.', Pellersin, East I

< by M\.iy"r Jouei.I 'i new supply of Linen and Bond School, principal Xo. 1.-and Prof.teacher Harry of E.Latinin Graham -I, London( ss to AraKonia.&Ut Knars. Uunwody: Korst 4,Coier Sew York to to south, for it will be an unprecedented Shirt affair. So if ,

Paper, white, blue and gray with Gulf Transit Coi
I 1..1 \ laihram: died at her grades 9 and 10Ilss; Pauline
Br Incbmoor, JiU, Bass, Santos, to
!t.., I F.a-t: 11 ill ye-terd.ty afterH -j Envelopes to match, Oxford sizes; Reese, assistant principal and teacherof i. Baan ss&Co you happen to be out of the incorporated limits on these three I
grade 10liss; A. L. Holmes, grade Kr bk ,1.1'OoodallCape Town
r l b'.,Iy was taken to River ] al*o Foreign Mail Tablets. with En- via Barbados to order
burial. 9; Miss Frank :Sampey: grade 8, sec Nor bk Neujo ....11'. :Neaussen, Cape Town days it will be your loss for we give you warning in due time.
m'.ruiu for i tion ,
: "11 : I- vt'lopeto match Ink, Pencils, A.; Miss Florida Cook, grade 8, via Ht Thomas to order ,
section B.; Miss Belle Xorthingtou,
1 b".1f 1 'I s'ublu.ifety meets Penholders Klankbooks, Files, etc., grade 7, section A.; Miss 1-:. L. Morley, Do ycu want a magnificent watch

,f'f'i., ">I ii in r,-(?ul ir "t-si'; >ii to etc., always on hand. grade 7, section B; Miss Katharine for little money? If so, call on See Our Big Show Windows.

.. .i iB> I'i'it.t bii-iin--.. The hoard'' Wentworth, grade C, section: A.; Miss 1 Stephens, the jeweler. He will accommodate I
Phone 254.:
w .., ,. .t tucc."...i>r tn Motionfffi ______ I Virginia Snyder grade 6, section B.; you. I -- ----
Miss Lucia Spencer grade 6, sectionC. -
\V' it>-. wl." r. -uiiHj yn t-r- Treat Your Kidneys For Rheumatism, Watson '
Thos. C. & Co.
.; Mrs N. D. Thomas, grade 5, section 50 DOl. CELEBRATED STRAW HAT SACRIFICE.
'ytotakean-Mini'\\ all the Mil.J. Wlunou are buffering from rheu-i A.; Miss Ethel Clark, grade 5, the leading Real Estate Agents, take I

mat is-in UK kidneys must be attended section n.Iiss Buda Day, grade 5, all the worry off the shoulders of the ''I I'u"SILVER"
to at IIllI't' su that they will eliminate section: C.liss; May Burton, grade owners of property, manage! the AND PRINCELY SHIRTS To the right of our Big Shirt
*. I".lr.ih Mans: f.formerly this ,ithfuric .Ki.l (runt the blood Foley'sjKiiliuy : 5, section: D. renting of their houses and the col- ; Window w'you Hud a tempting

) ii'iw manager of Hotel Cani-j i One is the most effective School Xo. 2.-Mrs. E. J. Wilson, i i' lectioof their rents as conscientiously j I Sold from Maine to California array of Hummer: Straws for Men

( .iimlm. AU. The /hotel 1 has i renii' ly for this purpose. R. T. HopKins principal and teacher of grade; Miss as they would themselves. Canada to the Gulf for a Htand- and Hoys. There is yet three mouths

furni-hed.. painted and ;j jn of 1'olarVis.., says: "After tinsiitfs.sfully Allie Yniestra grade 3Iiss E. G. Their charges are very reasonable. 1: ard !SILVER DOLLAR, and which
of hot
weather, PO can 1
three for you hf'pyour ,
I doctoring years Wentworth, grade 2 Miss Fannie Hen I
.\ aiiverti-einent will be ; ; have no equal at that price in make,
rheumatism with the best doctors I cool and bead
derson grade 2. temper your comfortable I
SPECIAL MASTER'S SALE.Bytirtueof material, style or tit. in all colors, : I
tri -ii Cure and it {
intiiherufanyPeni FoU-j's Kidney School Xo. 27-Miss Sadie B. Stock at flits rate of 13c: per month, .!
! : ,cured m('. I cannot speak too highly ard, principal and teacher of grades anorde. and decreeof foreclosure i all styles ; some with attached collars for these hats from
I range
, Iuid: of the traveling' of this great medicine." Sold byV.. 3 and 4liss; Florence R. Higgins, of tbe First made Circuit by Hon.of I.Honda. J. Reeves for Kscami judge- !j some with no collars and detached -

.\. D'Ak-mberte, 121 South Palafox I grades 1 and 2. i (.ounty.on the :uih day of June. A. I). cutla; all to go at the astound1 -
st rect. School No. 40.-:\ rs. A. K. Sutler lH'i'" in a certain cause therein pending, 39 C to 75c each.
wherein H. G. William is complainantand lUg price of
-tdj'; :Mlverdal! carne upi I principal and teacher of grade 4; Mrs. Herman Washington, Slnkey Wash I
I S. U. Sampey, grade; 3liss; Miraldo ington'lrginia Thomas nee Washington
I wLerf! ye-terday after- 65c each
Notice to Tax Payers ; Bishop grade 2; Miss Katharine Lof- and John Tbomaa heirs at law of George I Just Half their former price.
n .r r.til cargo was I tin. grade 1. '
County Florida are defendants. I, the I
sent to the nol ls, principal and teacher of grade said order and decree, will sell at public
were The City Tax auction at tha front door of the courthouse 50 D ox. Stretchy Seam Drawers, 35c pair, 3 pairs for $J.00.
I"" the Imported steel 1. Miss Freddie Loftin grade 2; Miss in Pensacola Kscambia County, Honda

.'i''ti to Alabama points. hook will remain open during Daisy ,Anson grade 4.grade 3; Miss Olive Andrews i i during Monday the in legal August hours IWf.of, sale tbe same on tbe being 1sti !, .,_._,------- -------,-----......... -..- ""'" . --- .-
i iwere I I August 4th. II"-. to the best and highest ,
rugard: all night July, and any com School No. 74.-Mrs. S. II. Collins bidder for cash, the following described
1 r carpi. principal and teacher of grade 1, section land to-wit: That portion of block forty- :
plaints must be filled with I:' A.lIss; Daisy Wentworth, grade Turragtnt elghtlleiof) street the ,hast as: lies King within tract the, east of. W. J. & B. FORBES.

i Van Lie to You, section, B.; Miss Ida Clubbs. grade boundaries viz: Commencing at a ..
: the assessor before ..qugust'1st. i,,2; Miss Jessie Griffin, grade 3; Miss point on the west side Kighlb: (Mb) avenue I I
i.rh sal\f.. ointment thirty (:Fl ll feet north of lie boto street
Evelyn Thornton, grade; 4. thence running north along tbe west line of .
i ti-i| h-alr>r is: as goodtnuia ,
i School: No. 5.-J. }f. Tate. principal -, nth avenue ninety ('.") feet,thence w est on a :
: Saho, tell him I J. T. WIIITIXG, I: ; Mrs S. T. Mitchell S. R. Tate. line parallel with lie rioto street one hundred i :
marvelous cures: of and tan 111" feet, thence south on a
ISoils. Oirns' Felons ljrlw City Tax Assessor. and :Miss Bertha Coker. assistants. line parallel with sth avenue a distance of If You Buy Them at the Boston Shoe Store, They are Good f ,
School Xo. 11.-Miss Grace Knapp ninety *'."I feet and thence east one hun I
; ds. Itruises and Skirlo'a i I I
.t dreden3trnilielfeettopointof beginningon
principal; Miss }IarIotler, assist I
the best andi Garden hose at the Willis "tb avenue. Together/ with the lenemeats ,:
{ beridltaments and
atV. A ant.School appurtenancesthereunto !
lr.\ll'm'i i No. 15.-:Miss :Mabel C. Quinn. belonging appertaining. :I '
Hardware Co's.A I School Xo. 20.-H. Morrison.. I 1, will make good and sufficient deed to Boston Shoe Store !
the purchaser,of said properly upon receipt -
School No. 26.-Miss Maggie Ray. of the purchase inorey(

principal; :Miss Ella Coton assistant. 1 ernes cash: purchaser to pay for tittles ,
t- 0 .. School No. 76.-Miss Lizzie )Ic. W.I Met AKI). .
Hpeclal in Chancery.Hotel
Curdy. JrUflN4N' MONDJ\Y.: : .

Colored Schools. - --- ----- ,
l PRI-SH SHIPMENT OF S'hool0.. 3.-Ella Thomas, principal I
Ladies' Kid Colonial, Turn Sole, . .
and teacher of grade 2; S. B. Gun- Camden Military Heel, Gold Buckle. ;1.73 !

l t...... .--. __-.,...;: "'-' I tie Ledbedder, grade 1. Ladies' Patent Leather Vamp. Colonials, Heavy Hole, MilitaryJHeel., ;
= : = Sl'hool0.. :31. R. Stewart -
; -- : Alice F. Bradley- grade,; principal X. B. LUIHIXL.H.UI. .\, !:{ Shoe. .. .. ... .. .. .. .... .. . .... ...$lp) .

.SM T H FI i ELD HAMS ,,"PPllen.ralle. i. I .
i .
fI ... School XI). 44-John L. Watson. Is Now Open to the Public See Our Bargain Counter. ;

.. __ __ __ -- -.- I l'hool0.. 52.-John A. Gibson : I'I
r,0 '" -_ - - -' principal and teacher of grade 3; Josephine ullderthelnanaRementufMRS. I I i
= -
--- "
-. 'l Ahdelkadda. grade 2; E. L.
Kfaton. grade 1; Minnie C. Jor Ian,

School0.. :4C. F. Call principal! STORE i <

and teacher: of grade 3; Delia Hilton, ,
of Pensacola, Florida.
= gradp 1 ; Dfl fina Palmer grade 2.
:RESH FLORIDA SYRUP i i School No. 5:>.-Mary A. Edward, XATIIAX (;. KH'llii.Miif: I'roprietur. :

J principal and teacher of grade 2; Let- RATES REASONABLE, \

ue Leilbwler, grade 1. By the Day, Week or Month Leaders of Low Prices. 117 South Palafox Street. :; !
+ l GALLON JUGS, 75cts PER GALLON. k I The board decided to build another .

Table Furnished with the Best the -- -- .-- 1 ,
colored school house in the city, to be -- -- --
Market Affords. TUB 8.1.tIB! VIRCINIA COLLEGE .
located on East Chase street.
\vr. IIAXIIU: .
ke i t Other teachers will be assigned at Public Patronage Solicited JUKK BATHING ESTAItLISH)11NT1I's'r! YOUNG I.ADIE'4. Roanoke, Va.1H. ; ,

J I. F. Gonzalez & Go's Corn Meal later meetings of the board. --- fff upeo, Nept. 1 MC. One of the leading

: gici.rMvr.LV. i Free Sample R"toms.t ,, Bathing in the warm cult waters is. ,, Schools New building forouni, pianos; Ladies and In equipment.the H-utb.
conceeded to be the finest in the i ('nnipn ten acres rand
Your step has lo-t elasticity because t Sunday Rites Made to Traveling world. Everything for pleaurEwith rj la Valley. of Va.. famed for bealtb. Ku-
your blood ha* lo-t vitality Men ,safety.: Good hoard and lodging, by' ropean and mercan teacnei. *ull course i
Conservatory advaotagi-i in Art, Music and
which Hood's Sarsaparilla' will re ---- j the day or week. Luncheon prompt- }:Klocution indents from thirty Hlatei.
ly served at all hours, day or night. | tor cataloi u add rem IIi
store.; NEITHER tbe captain. own- MAITI.PHAItltISPresident. i ;
JSOL : a ers nor consignees Castle of will tbetirssEgreniont be 2m-tf Manager i Koanoke, h.i _. i

Furniture go responsible for debt contracted i ---- I
if I r Ton \w\ t by tbe crew of .*ld tessel. Everybody hat a right to a little
tf to PRYOR'ee. JOHN' Pn.. i Elegant china closets, piece of this artb. But they must
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERS, Alsl'r.-ulllt'an Co. Captain. fight for it.
mu-t watch their
I' Consignee. :JHdI1N and leather-
Marston # Quina chance to get it, and get it.
: Clnh.'r Palafox and Intendencia Streets. JRfc carry Ell HER:: the captain, owner ''Seat chairs at Marston $ Thos. C. Watson te Co. J
the largest line matting, ; consignees ol the iis
: Silrerdale will be re- Quina'sLow prices easy' have some particularly fine bargains 1
g '.,:nd 178. < .d Pensacola Fla. 5 rugs, window shades, etc., off said for debts contracted I to offer jost now, and they invite !
by tile crew vessel. oayments. '
v t
to and
in the city We lay our WI,. BALL yon come Investigate same.
Pensacola Lumber Co. Captain will never regret having done 1
'\: : S matting free. I Consignee jlt Try THE NEWS Want Column. J tO. 1


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I Love Btwe Br.lhr. tt Strongly
WILL MAKE How lrs. Bruce, a Noted Opera Marked CbarartrrUtic. I I '' ,

OCCURS IN SENATE: Singer, Ksoamtl: au Operation. One of the ways in which the close : Treasurer of the Brooklyn East End Art Club.

Proof That jlany Operations union of Frt'nch'ramlly life shows itself '

AFFIDAVIT I for Orariau Troubles are Unnecessary. Is the great affection of brothers EXSTRCAL irregularities to their health we "A.oufj

I Beveridge of Indiana Choked' for each other. There is an intimacy | are gener have more happy wives,

between them in good and evil fortune ally the beginning mothers and daughters and
New Lease of Life for i of Texas. woman's trou if
an by Bailey which one iloes not find in other coun a they USe: mort'IO't"-
DEA.R ?!R'. IH.UITra"l'lling
4 bles. With the vitality at a ligence in the
Iowa Postmaster. for years on the roud. with irregular tries. .\ brother who takes n high! position : blood weakened matter if medicines .
low ebb, the observing results
-- TEXAN SAYS HE WAS INSULTED meals and sleep and damp tieds, broke ; by his talents loses no opportuni-i. the digestion disor 4.1'' would find. that the they
...-'utmaater II. II. Randall of Dun down my health so completely two ty to forward the Interests of one of she about pale- prescriptions dj
'la nay"I: have been a great years ago that the physu.-i.ui advised a lesser ability or of no ability. lIe never Ii ) faced, hollow-eyed and Laggard the perform
?r,'r frxtu indigt-stion and result Indianan Did Net Resent Assault Made complete rest, and when 1 had gained many cures they are given
i treats the hitter as n drag ou him and j a piteous contrast to credit for.

ells for )'(,3or... Iteingunabletoobrnatient Upon Him-Bacon, of Georgia, and .perhaps scarcely feels that he is one. j the blooming i health of "In consulting! with my
relief, I rvMilxed to trj her former self. But over NUl Ida M.
Married brothers often like to live In Snwdtr. druggist he advrsed: :EIrce's
Others Texan :
/il :'peiisia Cure. Before I hac Dragged Away an 1,000,000womenhavefound
i the same house, ou different doors and'I Wine of Cardui and Thed-
bottle I knew I had found
UKCD one Succeeding in Restoring Order. health aaain: by taking Wine of Cardui.As ford i Black-Draught and.
1 to Lire summer villas in close prowunity. so I took it
whit I had long l< (>k -
t few bottle 1 was cured ofacoreness it Washington July 1.-The floor oli 1 7 Wine of CarJui has never been Known a new life opened to me with restored
left fide that 1 had nut been freE 1 Mjst of the famous Frenchmen up
roy i : to fail. It has seldom failed to restore health, and it only took three
month to
from for oxer ten }edM. I am better the senate chamber was the scene whom I Knew had each a brother to perfect health, even ia the most persis cure me."

day than f.irjearK'xlol Dy rwp.4la i shortly after adjournment yesterday whom Le was devoted. Louis and tent and aggravated case of weakness. You
Cure has given rue a new lease of life I I'.lanc dissimilar! In Miss Ida M. Snyder, of No. 535 Bergen may secure the same relief as
though so
I ot a sensatonal! personal encetlntelbetween Miss nydrr. if
11 ..uIYt'rinIll'r4IU; will use i i yuutakeW1n-' of<'anliu!
any N. Y. has used
J\cJdf.l D)!'pei>sia Cure, Ilot lievc, if It Senator Bailey of Texas and i appearance, tastes disposition, and Wine Street of Cardui, Brooklyn? and ,she says, it helped as she tack' it.. Tn-IfJr. 1 s. BlackDraught .
married to women who disliked eachother. th ., ,
i j. a dlsea:! "stomach fiom which they u !-i.-iam m medicine cf
I life. Health to Miss .
Senator Senator! her into a new
Beveridge. of Indiana.
wen, nnraliyspeai ingg :-;Siamese I Wine of C' and
infer, that thy will receive irnia- Snyder is worth a great deal. She i ii it H hoer an j
lent reltff. Anyone wi-diingcan have I Bailey had his hands at Senator liev twills until death se\ered the bond. an attractive young woman with intellectual bowel regulator wL.ih great'r:

a worn statement astothegerminnesfaiidtruthfulriessof 1, fritl e's throat and was endeavoring I; as t The same mlgLt I'e sand of the UarnierPajies. attainments and she occupies in effttting a cure. If y 'u take tLse

this htatelJlf'nt. I I of Jules I'auv and his brother the position of Treasurer of the Brooklyn medicines Bixordinc' to dir.ttuns. ti e

This testimonial U the voluntary ''to choke him when other senator !iI I i : Leon, of Krnest and Arthur Heard, of I East End Art Club. This position relief and cure n s mrl,>. N.e ,a-. s

>tat -ment of a man: who has suffered, and) senate officials prilled the tw !Ii : Plash the sculptor, and his; brother' marks her as a person of intellect, culare cured quickly ant others take 1 'i i:f 'rtureandreanementanditspeakshlgl.4'
found relief awl want..olhN to receive i
I 11eFatne 1'lItfits. 1\II'Iul I Iy.pepsla men apart St nator Beveridge mall i MUS. G. BKIXE.B'afSHent i the deputy. l'aululIJ IIipi..Ijte I'lau- i idrill. l b.a,'ame the disease ha run lvifc-.

Cure will Ir II I vitality, au operation for the puinti-rs, wore known in their; '' of the respect and trust her fellow Reu1111'i'r! how Mi" Snv.krt4, \\' :.1.9
cure any case ( toinarj| nu effort to diftnd hiiust-lf. ovarian trouble*. Not a very cheerful have in her. She writes: I ,
j women f (arlm
; and has
tn ube.: It rests the Mounch by dig stndc'.it d.i.vs H- the Siamese twins. It ) b-a/ti. Tie sac
> t i b! : .sure. I, hi> ever, was
:Senator spot. "
Bailey.a crated
at the prf
t-ting wlat you cat The rest alone ;t a IvUi-1 to ti y Lvdi.i F. I'iiinham's not inlrtHjiieiitly happen. that brothers If women would pay more attention i meJii the are ofFt.r.'d \ )u to day.

wot,',! re-ture health Hut Kodol failure of the Indiana senator to retract YojjetJiblo (Compound anil SauSXthe I go Into literary partnership. InfcUuti'S -

< IIY I04'f"I l.l Cure alv) contains tonics what he considered a personal Wash ; 1 did -j, fortunately that 'Cm' to IIIL- are the Cons A m'.n::. su ..rin. aI!; ell

i ",1.h lul(1: up the organ and hasten fur me. lv-fonr a month had passed I i-ourts, the KHMIJS, the Margnenttcs. WINE CARD La.I'- f'ul1'r, ., f In

n the ages"ft result You d'III't have tc Insult; endeavored, to get at him tt'l foil that my gi ueral health had improved It would! be impossible: to diMvin i the lV in. ,)fl ar .:.

k: \
g1'twhathuvit.Ilelpschildren, too. Senator and Mi-Corna" and i j cured, and I have been in perfect that of :1II"tlll'r.lmt f is \" -rycmi'ius

Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Assistant Seneant-at-Arnas: Lajton. i health siiu-e. I did not loj an engage each brother! as in the case of THE NEW GROCERY STORE.
111 meat or miss a. meal.
1 Cures all Stomach Troubles. The ipisode was the result of a heat. I Your Vegetable Compound is cer- Charles and Louis Ernest and

19> mil'in J''ff (' |'o..rMcatOln | cd which the two Dc:1.1 I I tainly wonderful and well xvortav the Arthur Heard. Jules and 1.1'1.11 I'axri-, o _-: - e
fL. |l. 1..LI.oI .,,'. .:: tttui-4 the Sue.rice.I .
i who have diffcn-d I
atorb had during the atternoon. when'Jir. : praise your admiringfriends strikingly in e\ery iliaracti-iis
Uti\eride had said that Senator i i| been cured are ready to give you. I ;, tic from the other. The dissimilarityof MILL MOYBR
ONE M!MJTE( cough cure Bailey had made an 'unvvairaiiied I i always sj>cak highly of it, and you Marguerittis is so great that one
I will ailm.t I have goal reason to do
\ -. y 1 t'swhatH'imaJ attaik" on Solicitor 1'enhelJ of th,. so."-MRS. <>. BIIVCK. Lansiusr. Mich. like.wonders how brothers tould be so un Keeps a Complete, First-Class, Up-to-Date Stockof
Alphonse Iiaudet not bit
1 state was a
dlparlll1t'nt.; (3000 furjcit if abuiit testimonial is n t genuine.
j Hir/ls! i'lartracyJutlfSIeppardI In executive session Senator Bev The fullest counsel ou this : like his brother Ernest au accomplished Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries.

S. Kahi.I (I I eridge like other senators who smoke. subject can lie swuroil without novelist also.-London :Xt'ws. No 30 W. Covernment St. Salisbury Block. I

lighted! a cigar and took a beat on the.| cost byrituijr to firs IMnklium, j i ii ,

"ar"hl" In +,,,.1 n.'j Republican side. He was still sitting Lynn, 3Iass. Your letter will be Sot i\rn a Hack. TI'I,EPJlO t; a:.7,
In the early dajs of his --
'j Ill >-'ItIUI i the i-iiurtship lupins with there when the senate adjourned. S-r.- entirely cuufiilciitial. j 1 journalistic

:.i j : pif'H < f IliiHers. itlid the wedding l ends I ator Bailey Tossed the aisle and walked career Trank R Stockton was stand :,'
I ill? with a group of newspaper men ICE AND WOOD.WE
,s With .r .lio\ur ..f Mi,stilus on the I+IU' | through the seats until he was puir.g!! the Texas senator further lI"h'lIing to the eloquence of one of .

t \\f\ w IHI! p-inK: Into a rim'id Imwcr oil the I, facing Senator Bevtridge. away Senator Bailey
meanwhile struiglins their number who on the strength of :
\ ?.. <.1 lilieW! b 'tiie. The suitor beJU.H to free
Bailey Seeks get and lunging toward some small authority was giving his! I II
Ins 1"11 ilip 1 by asking fur a Beveridge. Senator Peverrdge.As i(j| views on "higlur: jouruallsia". ill a i THIS :SUMMER THAN EVE 1' E Fe RESEND
'."-.I l pi v :Itl'rIt tie huiue where the
I: "neveridge," he said. "[ don't want he was removed a little distancehe pompous and bombastic tiianiur. :

"..'e't| | if Ills "II IN r lulls. lives. If IIi+; ;I to have any trouble! with you, but I was heard to utter something that At the close of a !som.ious: peri' -i crariiid. H-sist iaI .
,n. I is ? only |ii '
want you to withdraw those words sounded like a threat about killing : for IoI'I'alh.'IJI'II Mocl.tnn,
"' nt'iiriH.: l>ur if it is ds'lib d the
which charge me with making an ur.. speaking; fur the lir:,t time: \entineiiI Thompson Olsen cC 'J.
; "> r Mi'ls thire. Iitir the ruirii. Bacon as Peacmaker. ,
mildly!! to disagree with the
warranted attack upon I'er.fitld. I opitiion ex
'i. 'ih. 11t'''"htpide.I| | by liiil-ii-lans
"1 didn't intend to insult! pressed.Vlio. Manresa Street Tele hone J :V.
I."hU-arers, and while the man you, replied Without fuitluT effort, however he f.
Senator B-iveridge, "and there is I "\ are you to dispute rut'i' blazedthe
i i iv-rs. triiiu their instrument i away Senator Bacon .
.' MI 's tiilp.tlinl, rillkis Ills ildny nothing in my language that you coull urged him to be quiet and led him toward great I1.UIl.11)" ', you are only a ESTABLISHED 1863.

i .\ tine during! Hie eonrtshipi. i I consider ottensive" tie Democratic side. Senator Bacon literarylmck: -- -

i. -nii-r way t... rejeetol by the gilt i "I don't allow any one to say that I I engaged Sf-nator Bailey in cons "Not: even that responded" Stockton .
libel a man. and that ii what meekly I "I'm only a coup McKENZIE OERTING & CO.
1 I.
a I'linpkiu.' ) Thn-e time.- he yon > ) I venation for some time advising him ,
> imiiiiil Pull fur I'.1'1', as his ret |Iin making' the fhaige. Now, if you to cool down. -- -- -- o -DCALEK8 tll
-- 0
t.iuiiol !Ir' ;uT.iiilf.1 Ht first. But ;, won't withdraw the words when I asK Senator: Spooner also went across! When Other Medicines Have Failed

1 I,. i iili-r refu-i.s the third time he t you I am going to make you. withdraw the aisle and discussed the matter with Take Folej Kidney Cure. It has Ship Chandlery and General >Hardware> I

v "tiMilt a iiiagistrate! who titer | them." the Texas senator urging him to apolcgize. ''cured when everything else has ills- ,
I i ,, I Senator : ointeti.! Sold "br W. A. DAkm-
!> that the d.uiuliter lw {iiHlueedn J Bailey had been getting' app
\ and if fix
possible it up at once 80S AND 005 8. PAUUOX HT1U.KTvoETxrov .
it d. r fath -
'I .1 pt'. I r.jIt..1 he is UII hllll"r.I I he talked. He had been sitting down proffi r=. declaring' that Senator Bev- : : -

ii lie (',iii Hit u earrv oil his I part' of the time or loaning against the eridge had! insulted him in the senate 3.arlth). 1 8 K rj Vou Na IHf' ) I"' rr. REVERE COPPER COMPANY JOHN A. ROEBLI O'8 r-ONH CO.'H
: T'lt t.lls: eliertflli'y II'I H'S tint of- desk immediately in front of Senator 3-1 ,
and that !'<> had take the only couiseleft .man
t ..1 \\\\uilll'S IlimnCompanion. Beveridge. The latter in reply to as the Indiana senator had rr- Sum Ccriliji Piliti, Oils, Itaticil Instruments, ktrU, liehri, Ikiln!

-- Senator Halley's last remark, still remaining fused to Withdraw! his remarks COMPASSES LOG Eli
I .
; 1'.Ile'nlalnll"n., in his chair I Know One *nre l:. niily
said: Senator Beveridge! remained in therhamlirr C. McKenzie Oertin Collecting Ajrent for IUr I'IMIBi.voleut: Ai'Oelation.
:to vii -t\itutii'iis| w,- ann I".kul 1 reran obstinate: ctwl J:4 name 1:1 P"'l .L-40
: "I repeat that I did not intend to h.i .- for some little time and .
Bl .!! I' 1.- without r>':lll/IH4 it. "Cuod- salt Reasonable household
[ i you, and that I have nothing to smoke his dgar. He -
from remarked
\u I. 0'11! falls lit liippaiitly our "
I," 4 I"IH! > " !..' with >"I!." rnd retract. to those! who spoke) to him on and kitchen utensils at the

u....l il II.' tueiif "I wish you n IHM|1 i I Beveridge Is Choked. the subject that It did not amount to I ]"illis} II a rdware Co.'s. The Star Laundry

.1.1 v a I, 'I'I'J. pii" |M-niiifi .day. Tin'' ar. .th l.g. lie made no effort to re ,

h I':... Itl' '.I n* mi uu'inh II-,+I to I.k. !I As these words were uttered Sena- sist or resent the ataik made on him If you want a nice present to give ,

11'1.,7 .. ..upn... \->U'" \llntlnT of tar Bailey threw himself upon Sen In fart: the whole thing was over in a I to a friend go and look through; the Biggest Busiest Best !

ut I' ..\ "r\Uay i-liniMS im-int to e\ I ator BeveriJue. who i is a man hardly I brief interval before much resistance elegant line of suitable articles at ,

'l yr.I4' y'q 11..1 l 1,1. asure was. 11,1a, up to the average: in physique andseized I could have been offered. J. I. Stephens, you surely can find ---- -
.... I I something to pleae you. If you .
'I'J '1" him by the throat with both '
want anything in the Diamond Hue 71 An E\ciiinir: Call on
1u 1 t day ou ""I' hlnts we hear hands. Acts Immediately. him before .
be sure to see you buy. t.
t ,1.. ;+.t cf lln < ;I.rh1JII "\\"ic,.1 The rush was so sudden and fierce C:1 Ii'!*, are sometimes more trouble ] Your Swi'Il Friciuls
I t.r't 'T .r. (
'- ( lli* V K,H-S if'i or "\uf witnltT- tint the chair In which Mr. Beverilp scn.e it: summer than in winter, it's v -. ';'1

... ": ,'Itb,!; "I1..t :Iainl. And thv, I teas: "ittinHI& pushed back II Iso 1,an'! tn keep from adding to them:, insures The man himself who owns against hi; own lot dome of ;r,, ; Va ':rt.," you wi'l find will l>e warmly received ,I

'.1 ,in ft nit! tl".l'r at tin- tiirruralli i i desk and the desk whil cooling off after exercise. OUIlInlltl' J t
S ;
was toppled trouble and '
Nobody can .
worry. j if well anti
) you
: Cure :1-
i lass native I ,. Cough cures at once .
iiunuli' toiiKUf
lo i T in : '
Before -
over the assault; could noj raise his rent, and the rent day has -
"-i,,H| _i'U ai.. j
'|11.I .iii, ,. 'It lii-i! in..Ui T upon) entii I sitting: near had moved up between throat cure and for lung coughs! troubles., colds, Hargis croup' a home now-a-day4. Thos. C. .' ///JJJ'.t,.: .';;.sia. "I -:" able.WCJU&h "f r<-ht1 'Itl' r .
I ',_ i I."UM.i\ M in lur own Ian. Watson & Co. can tell you how "f '"V ') "
th- desks.! maws wMl bred ,
( ? a Il'T
1'harmac. John Sheppard anti SulneKahi. :
"' of r..Ml be > < it i*. Call and !see thf-Ul. r 'f'" .\: 1
I lie l.| ->Mn;:s cma :I ea y # .k i ; '
I i..i. .. I. Senator H.inslirotiuh. of North Hikota : .. .. gees ."ti a'XjWL v .1 "tinctby tl.f- iiditii.n of i 1.1-| 11:11'\ : t l.. ,
... > II '"- seized Senator Ilai'ev! b -- - J and be ii.tii her .
> ono arm : i ::01' prfni a:
( i 1J
'1". .i. 1 If call .xou" ithe 1lebreIi "' I 1
i t". i::. in-ii. ami tin arrswir !.. ttiualljl t i' and Senator Spooner seized the othe' Ii I There' lots of money to be madej LODGE DIRECTORY) l/ "It : ".11\\ ul'redwlthbPluty wit-n !1.1- -' InJk

l.. .iiinuil. "\\ >,,"IIt'I'a...'." The Texas! senator i is a powerful manand ,. f t j' In reall'tate-lot.* of it. A real esj ,.., 1 r>!A i' .;I'-". 1,;,-.j1 Collar, and culT- have b. n d<.in, 'i
it was with great ditlii-ultj thiI : > j tate -isa i.:: usually a finer-board tc, \ : at the Star Laundrv
I' \.:.. .a. ........ 1
I uh"r mill I the two senators were able' tj diast ;: wealth. Thos. C. Watson &: KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS '

i \ ') \V<-\ 1.1:111 is of opinion[ thai ( him away from Henatoi; B>.\endao. an 1I i i I ;i Co.. the leading; Iteal Estate lUlU

i au ., .!II..t'! > tliirate cif his own l lionk:s when they I'nn'.d,1 a part of the h. j:,' have some otters which it would 1 I PrnBaculft Lodge No. 3. K. of P., ALL WORK c. o. D. Goods Called for lit Beliferefl Free
worth while
I' consider.
your 5 Monday put.
4r. be haul:. diana senator' kw m.etsevery
i' i:n.S. 1 liaxo net n -< rar was rlppe \I.
I and see theln to-day and don't wail t JKS lug at ,:' at Canlc liefIn
J f. il tin |i.n'i'" ot liny I"Hlk| I half,0 and turn awny t itj the vigorous grad 1 till to-morrow. I' the Bloaat--W: TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST.

n niii-ii alter |nlilli-itiiin The only cir. of S<'raror Ftailf-y. r. \ halldlng. third noor.
brethren oordl ll
Tt UM-I" MIX- ill \< li'i h :i noM'list (void.i' 1 Sniatnr Hai >n. of C. +rnand Hara Vlhltlng welcomed. WALKER INGRAHAM Manager. "'

in .ik IHa jin't-i-! <>t his own work; r."'.v Layt"I!, al'-,-tar.t oJ' Irl"I.;. ,. Marston 9' Quinn are salt e, 'r... H, HOR8LEB.)CAMPBELL, U. t"

W' 'i'il INar ID interval! say liftreij fame quit kl> torard and anj I! agents for the celebrated K. K. A M.
h __ __ __ TIME TABLE.
4 1. '. :i'iir tin :r puhl'raliru! l when
('\II\.II'.I :: 11:1: II ia Ii.ui-cr" eFoiey's refrigerators, -

Kidney Curt absolutely guaranteed or Laurels LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
This Will lnt rut Man. IN EFFECT JJhCKMIiKR I :<
snakes kidneys and bladder right: ''money refunded. Again !
T' quickly introduce 11. I 11. l t I. 1 New OrleR.nlj and Mohile.

H >:amc Blood Halm the iJllH'U" ------ Trt hrU Exposition ----- -

N S. n.thern blood cure, into new bas Medal made the to GoldA.artS -0.1\. o.4. So.!. ? .. Ae' I. : l' o.'. !
LAW DEPARTMENT 7'Ua UI.m ilai p L.. V".Dn ol""rr.n 7. t0 a '"P Y..AlJ
.,>.n*-,., we"All -end, absolutely free .... a t"r: p 1'11' a Leave_" .llIlIIaton I..a" .1;, a : al p 7 .to p !,
:; .:tP I :;a5 a I "ave I"hile ..I..n( I J"II't I. :5 II t.u0 P
Iutlllc a : > .
trial treatment I.W.HARPERKENTUCKY .. .
; [Jls.l -( )'- 4 N::!:.p 7$1 A Learn New urlean J.4 P 1 a : _
ill.. d liana U. is. K. quickly cure -- North.

f. .'Ill'Icers-crofula.eezeutn! itching John B. Stetson University .

-km and Mood I uinoM.. cancer eating WHISKY s So. >o. I ro.1. '
l I f.-teriujsore-sboilscarbuncle; Do Xjnricl 3Ploi-icirt. 11;,fj.m Ilfi: j, m I I Leave I'en'acnla Arrive 'e 1 II m to '50 I m1'l5am I'
4:57 m Arrl\ .. yl' 1I.I am ..a5 p ra11:5ram
,.-.-.tuples otleii-i\t eruption, pawn JOHN IKOKIlKs.. I'll. U. l'c<"."I"ntI.BEHT J. Un.\II, 1.[". B, Dean Cold tntdrt rareawa.ded et :! 11:0'pm p : ',rave.Jsnmlagbam.l..ave. .. .. e.. 1m 1.4pm7"l5pm j
I. is.! b'uf'.r jointrheumuim.. c.i-; il/; a m I Arrly' :OOa-bvll/; Leave ..
arrllt'ranyblaad or -kin trouble.Hutauic fall Tnn t'ouLincues. 11'eduesdayltet'iher 1 HUI.. 1 i6'.. 5:5 Iam Nla 1 m Arrive .. Lom.vdla ... Leave !0:15pm T./S a m7Dam
: :: tesa ..
:: i1:5Yam ArriV\ l'lncIDDatl. I bnpm 11.15pm
Iil."d Balm B. IS. H heaUverr TWO YKAK: rOUK' E-Tbt> Law p"rtm..ntofJoln I:. Stetsou University givesataoyearc'couret.Ieadn.tothe ; 7r'am' I::" pm Andre Mt. Louis .LYa4a I aUpm. ____sJ prn
makes the d..otr. > of LL. H
s <* sore or pimple --
blood pure and rich and etop all !it..l liEliKEK*on I'niversitv AliMIl admire TO to THE the Har KAK-TUr diploma of the Law, Department of John B. Sold ty Dainlieisser< Bros. PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.

I aches and l'liu", Botanic llloodHalm ..t'HTH EK 1SFhHMATtOS--l or the Law Announcement of l"I.'-3. and all other de- .,0... 91-1.Ially :\0.11.IaI11Oitop, where time not shown 50. r-Lally ,VO S-lJlllr
i il. P. I'. thoroughly tented si rel; latoruialiou retarding the Jlt'partw..nI.1\1Jr..-. __
in hospital and private ALBERT J. FARRAH. Dean of Law Department.De lI'M pm 7:01 I m ''Leave, .. Yen+lcol. ...Arrl'r., IIJ\II\ II m ':1' II ID
for'year : '' ; '
1 : 7:13 II'SJ' 8.1"' '
1.:1' :
practice, aidhiacuredthou=ands of Land Fla. KIDNEY DISEASES : : night" TII\: I.. ... ... .. I loaf 801"
a .
lj:1 ....... ... "
', up a* hopeless. Sold at : 7:1 .1..clmbll. 13;! IT"
ca-e given bottle. For s..r4 .I4tr I.I; 2a .. 7.25 J .... .._. Moist .. .... 1':11": 5:15
t5 .
1 large
drugstorefl per 7h I .. _. Harp .. JI1" t.1
'I free treatment write> to Blood Balm Tulane of Louisiana. art UM mod fatal' of aflFOLEY'SC .... lir 1"5.1": J" T:.!: ) ". .. ......jadtCity. .... 'h 10:1' 1.17
:I Co., Atlanta! tia. Medicine eut atonce University 12 yl "' 7110 :: ........;. MURton.. _.... : IH( : I.,}
M .. ... .....
Describe trouble and taU. I:$J am..... ( .._ ..!oS
j prepaid. IMo-cv 01.1oAu I 1.53 ,. .15" -._..- Holes .. -... .a t.I3"! 6.1
Botanic .. .. ,
free medical advice given I I 'I _
.' 21" IJ) l1l/1rcln "::N" LU
Halm B. B. II.) gives life, -- 49i 'I Y_CnUYleW_ I ple '
f lllood < 2:$i" 4: u
I and strength to the blood. The ::fBrifundtd. I 11)1) 9 M" ,.._..Deer Land_ I IA" 2 44I
I ..
1 I ALDERMAN I. 9:1' dOilY 1111111 8.1" ,4
I flne"t *'Hood purifier made. I'.>tanic EDWIN A. LL.D., Prt sid nt. .a:9 OI":: :3S" .DeYunlattlpringa. 11.11" 1 r.4 ..

Blood Balm B. B. R.1) gives a 'I 4:11: l :U Argyle. 7s4 t sl
1 skin lull CoQr'" InLangasgestlctencesFnglneertcg.: Law, Medicine. Pharmacy. Art. {T' II Ponce di IAOI1II T'J" ; 4
I Blood supply to the and ;+) ;) :: ;
; healthy Hevt-n 8eparat Departments. Mxieen HUlldln t. Extensive Libraries, Laboratories 01 moDIy CotvUlnirtcorai \ :IJO" le 'Q' It ._WeU.1II8__ TIT" ::1.
I entire system. and Workihopi. Splendid Department for Women the Newcomb College. ., 1JIj to IUJ, .._ Cary.Ule_ TU" 1 a
| Tulane makes leaders In all vocations. It! facilities for Instruction unsarpasied nmacllea 4 y 133 to lot) It _Bonlfay_ II '.M' 1rT":
I cutlery and scissors In tbt' outb. Ei :bty-.ii: Instructors and 1'.'3 students last session. Many scoolarbblpsi the tat I 8:')) IIj.r" _..lblpley. e.3r ,. 14
Pocket i, In tbe academic; department oon to Louisiana boys Expenses of scholarship student Btnt phr'idni M a ep3! IlIIT" _.ColtondaI8_ 1:1'1': I::" 11401
the finest to the '11175 fur session. Board; and lodging dormitories at low rates. Opportunities afforded BUdd ttoubnuca 7:00" 115": .. _d.rlillna 8. I: 14T
from academic students tor srlf-belp. In the AcaJem'.c College, no boy, It properly prepared ltIWy and :2) 11:&) .' It _Cypr. .. ._ II 1\ 'rr' 11" a IZI
l at the Willis I for college:: work, will be turned sway from inability to pay tuition. Next session be- rlllfl T:6II" 1I:5! to to Grand Rldie..,. II I.tJ. It i I
9 cheapesf A. .+ .. .
1 I gins October 1st. Send for* Catalogue. 1:5d" 106 noon tlnesdl __ It 5i i
! Hardware Co. | Address, R. K1 BR[FF, Secretary. I W. A. D'ALEMBEBTE, 8U" ArrtW'111Ctl0l1Lea'8>re 1:1J" 1..J.
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; OSTRICH TACTICS. I II So Tired a member of the executive committee t 1I 1.' !t

until his successor shall be chosen in
I ,
the 1904.
BIll Bird That ntaplayed All MnrfcCnnnlnK year ; f

". an Apache Indian. It may be from overwork, but Qualifications of Voters. I '

I A well known hunter and taxidermist i the chances are its from an Inactive Those, and only those persons shall ijIn I

tells this story of personal experience LIVER. I be permitted to become candidates before t

G:: ,;:: in South Africa it far II or toote at or participate
goes beyond dis- 1
tr.f ,II in the of this !
'- 7 With a well conducted LIVER I, management primary
I pelling a slander that has long c1oud'dj j election who are white democratic electors -
I one can do mountains of labor
_./" the fair name of the ostrich: I II duly registered for the electionin
.. without
r. fatigue.It .
r Arriving at one of the monster bills the year 1900 or on the 12,13 and

t.- ....! of the white ant, I climbed upon it and j adds a hundred percent I 14th days of June, 1902, who declare Children.The
> ; ... '.I.I raised my observation glasses to my ones earning capacity.It I II(II their adherence to the principles and for and .

k eyes for a careful survey of the region. I organization of the democratic party, Kind You Have Bought has borne fire si-rnn : 1-1
( ( I .I national state and Always .
can be kept la healthful action j county who if .
.w !: My first glance showed me, arising they voted at the regular election ture of Chas. II. Fletcher, and has been made under his ;

# I from the dead level of the plain be- by and only byTint's I II held next preceding such primary personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow no ono \j1

,fond, two objects each c
election then voted the democratic
.lq' to deeeive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and"Jtitaigood" .
I form of a capital S. These I knew : ticket, national, state and ,
hut Experiments mid endanger tho
arc ,
were the beads and necks of two os- I county, who are by the laws
triches. Though I believed they had Pills of the state lawful electors of health of Children-Experience against Experiment.

THE THIEF OF BEAUTY i sighted: me, I remained immovable un- '.the election district in whicE they

Captured byBradfield's j til their necks were suddenly; drawn j ji offer to votevho, have paid their poll The Kind You Have1Always Bought ;
| taxes legally due not less than
i down to the level of the tops of the
Regulator. I days before such primary election is Bears the Signature of .; .
bushes which screened their bodies. :
.* f v,ung women are awaking j TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. I I held, and who shall, when challenged

,. t I. it inherited comliness hasn I Then I knew for a certainty that they -_ -- I by any elector, pledge in writing:, upon
*:.J instead of glowin I were aware of my presence and would loath, before an inspector his honor to f.

: : ...!bt eves, the telltIv < j make a quick retreat ;I I abide by and support the result of such #

: ; .n have taken their place "Without losing an Instant's time 1 THE PRIMARY |: primary, and vote for the nominees
,. .,' feelingsVea1c! 4 f fI
t warning j ran to the spot where the birds h\l11 therefor.

I '. he morning, no life to enter been standing and found their tracks. > The inspectors to conduct this elec.tion .

r former pleasures irritable I These I followed as far as they were i ELECTION GALL will be selected by the committee I Use For Over 30 Years. r
he tda'! bes, general dispirited ] .. ., ,
distinguishable and then took a course at a meeting to be held at the T..r m..o. co p. Yu..ffr Yrwoa. COY

e- ; -i night All,these cold feet, "bear- ;, which I believed the birds would naturally I office of Judge T. R. McCullach at 1(, = -a-- (l
] .in4! symptom -------- ------ --- --- - r
-- 7:30 m. June 24 19)2. This --
p. CCQ-
iii.;ed and weakened organs I follow. No sooner had I reacht."tll i
mittee will meet at Judge IcCul.lagh's
.'. 1 energies follow the weak. the ton of the ravine than I saw one of II i|' A primary election of the democratic office at 8 o'clockSaturday- trceorrw REMOVAL NOTICE. i

'm' uf the femalorgans as I the ostriches climbing the tide hill. Estimating !j! party will be held in Escambia county, night July 19, 190:!, for the purpose cf Awarded at Parts t !
: : 'w'sLty. Save your the distance I took sight: anti :! 'Ii
w ..' rt >ult:. by taking I I I Florida, on the 13th: day of July A. D. canvassing the vote and announcing j j Dr. G. M. Tuttle,
fired. The l>alllnss.1 immediately l*>- I Ii the result of said election, and the inspectors i \ ( 1
1302: for the of
i twoen his and struck in the sand : purpose nominating '
BRADFIELD'SFemale i legs I| will have then and there the Dr. J. G. Heard,
of the side bill behind him. i Candidates; for the following offices: returns of said election; if they have I

Regulatorr "In an instant_ the. bird. dark* awaylike :,!: One United States Senator. not been already forwarded the PNAIAROCHEWiNE I DENTISTS. i J JI
One Representative in Congress 3rd I
r.,nitnstniul regalatoi ail arrow in the direction of a I] chairman of this committee. 1

It r< .:..ves painful, profuse! small clump of bushes in the center of ,j District.I C. B. PARKIIILL, Rooms 7 and It, M.imnic T.IIII.II".
>ri"-sed menstruation I One Justice of the Supreme Court. DAN MURPHY Chairman ; CORDIAL I t
: <: ,
; That he would : if and -
an open space. pausebvhh.d All branches J surgical OIUTMIVV :
': he-..1 1 ft tn'a. Ecauty : One Secretary of State. Secretary. i jI! .... ''M rfcotrmcnjations for curt ofPoornessierilantcai1'rnuetryprrfortnedwthteeh-
.. .. try of f.rin are the retdruj.vists.4i. this bush and then finallytdrrse One ('fmptro'Uer.Two I cf Rood Siom ch troubles and General Dc- meal -kill.! I
< book :; on the other side seemed certain Railroad Commissioners. F InreesestFearretitestrengnccns r .
t9eccneaendtu.dsuptheennresystem. I 1"1''l'lal' Rt tint ion given to Clilldrrn'i r .
-tut Health for Women. free. and I aimed to catch him as III'i i,I One State Senator, 2nd District. I INSPECTORS AND CLERKS.The J I T..-I h.Ioold Hiul l'orcclmi Flihngal'lullil j
made fresh start from bdiind the Two Members of the House of S3 rap Hrnuot and brittgf Work.1.lPARIIStu. '
!< .I D'lEia REGULATOR CO., ATLANTA. I a i i i i I Kepresentativcs. j
thorn He flew OUT the sand at n UTrilii1 ''I I'.rst Material.: l'c'tlIl"'to'nt EqUII'IIItllt I .

rate and r\'adl( l the Im-hos. ThenI i 1 One Tax Assessor. following name d persons hav. .loam., VI. f !
:No. O7H.
u l.nt IHIHIIllcii Snld. Trlrlhnnt' .! fy
waited fully five minutes for him to ; One Tax Colk.ctor.One been appointed by the Dem.'ciatee ;
: -Hi the mistakes of Iit Executive Committee of .amMi!
:I| County Treasurer < 1
i emerge; from his! hidin! ?, with my title
is!itu Allen lli.lllut ut- Five County Commissioners. c.untv. to conduct the pitman i'-c
ready sighted so that I could pull: the I' :
t :;t..1'iir ..f fort TkinnKroirai : Three Members of the County Board tion of July 13, 1!j.I 2. in tlu'ir r- spec :
trijser the second lie but
i,!M.iv nsM-.eiiited with that j jof| Public Instruction. Use precincts, under the rul.'S 'if the 1 t WI

'..IIo.1..e every fchootlioy.loruilii :,, finallyunt fi.rwluLto rout him out. i One Justice of the Peace for District I State and County Democratic Executive r

'. _; the Itrttbh, corn.I : When I -uhfd the clamp of bushes, I|I No. One. II Committees: and the !tISU.tU'hmslhat Three tiny Capsules! sresupcrionto
an examination: of the sand showed 1
.I l.i. driiiaiidvd the One Constable for Districts Xos. 1, will be furnished them: al&mof : '
IHlnt.u"r'n..hoicl -
"in the name ofi. that the crafty old bird bad shifted, his 3, 4, u, b. PI''cinC't0. 1.-O. C. Clifford, Jno. t l'-bcLt end lnjKUoas Copaiba. I -lmrortulalllllr.'ah'r-lll-i I.

.1/i. '.'.tih and the CuiitiiK-ntal course at a riL-lit angle, making the ., One Chairman of the County Executive M. Hlc'h.Sr.., inspectors; R. L. Rob heyeurein43lioursthe@I I
'.,. turn so suddenly: that his feet had Committee. eitst eleik.I'iecinct. Chinese and Japanese :
"Come out of plowed' nj the band! for a distance of One Secretary of the County Executive No. 2.Frank Marx Ash bmehw'ast't thi.ut nyinc>uti 1

-I! rll'Ianlnll: I several inches. This wary tact hadplaced Committee. I Ciavey, inspectors; John Davenport .rte tat 0 tI' II IEvery OAUGGITC Fancy Goods, ,..i i

1 One member of the county executive del k.
thLu"h's between the birdand ,
\ uf Author%. I' myself, and he had made his way 'Committee in and for Precincts Xos. Precinct No. 3.-C. II. Boyctt. W. J. --- -- ,

: n r> out article (Ill the ta.nllIt one to twenty inclusive. Wilkins, inspectors; C. II. Kupfrian 31 South Palafox St. .
to while I Innoct'uUrwal
new cover was
-" in the Revue rnlwr-el'e:: of I The State Executive Committee has clerk. "- Woman Laundry Office Penaacola, Fla j
n for him on the other side of
I -' ." ,. are told that Pnrwiu nlwayi' prescribed the rules and regulations Precinct No. 4.-S. P. Hcndrix. Mark z.w
; the ambush. An Apache Indian could Is inlemtcdand.hoNdknne ----- --- --- --
:of the primary for state officers, including Hard, Jr., inspectors John Langren
I ;I' "I (,n his old fiddle before writ- I hate executed ; jlIVt ftliuul the wumlrrful NOT1CK.
not this
maneuver more the State Senator and mem- cleik. e'7' Ill M4Rtill. Whirling Spray
., '.. !...itcaubriandvhilc dictatimr to i cleverly, and I smiled at myself fur bers of the House of Representatives, Precinct No. 5.-.\. J. Busbee, W. B.Weaver 1t+ ,.' henewl.II..lalrl.r.qtr, I have been authorized! to take7waatdufra..ltPMaf
it-jury was In the habit lIt walk- having ever been, foolish enough to believe I land subscriptions for'm. JenningsBryan's .
.. the County Executive Committee, inspectors; H. F. Frater, eatlia.t'uuv t wiMv
I. bare feet; SihilK-ratid: Gta-the lllku.e.L..uu,, "The Commoner. '
the traditional of paper
story how the at a meeting held in the office of .clerk.
.d in.t write uii!,.l their fit were silly ostrich buries his bead in the :i County Judge McCullagu on the 2Cth I Precinct No. C.-T. J. Davidson.C. l>k'...'d.Ioo.fu'I., ".a The price is $1.00 per ;year iu ad .

," '. Lord iK-rl'.v' always: filled his sand and believes that be Is thereby day of May, 1902; provided rules and Hobbs inspectors; B. M. Bouifaycleik. M1 lit 1.1.. ae.rpt: DO gyp vance. Those desiring the paper ,
I ,1n tii 1I with brandy iln-rric rcnimore 1! teaend.tamprorn- Nuts can have it pent to them by feuding I
; 1concealed.. -Philadelphia Post. regulations as follows, in accordance IILtralet I.ook-...lr4.1t jltH.'l \ t '
t "-'\|n-r t"> 1 hew ciiindrops' Myron 'with the platform and regulations of Precinct No. 7.-John Hammock J full pam.vlaw mr< ....ling .. 1 (1.00 to the undersigned.i \ t

I ....1 U.> luirkrtvitli\ truffle; Theilr I I "I am using a box of Chamberlain's'tirnnlach the State Executive Committee for the W. Norris, inspectors; Ed. Campbell, .. '.tJ....... H.M.Rm-HK. .1 1.

r I''I!
'them the best thing for my stomachI sessor, Tax Collector, County Treasurer Precinct Xo. 8.-Geo. Gibson Bud : .',.

.\0 Intliiuitdi.u \l1. hr. I !,\ iihed. sass T. W. Robinson. County Commissioners, School Prcctor, inspectors; Taylor Crabtree

IIw.i n < ;" tan student and this; Justice of the PeaceLoomis, Mich. Board, and Members of the Executive clerk. THE GA DECTION ? _

wag ui-\ Io-tt"r uddn-tsvd to Ins uttt These tablets not only correct disorders Committee: Precinct No. 9.-P. K. McNeill A. J piPensacola

., of the stomach but emulate The names of the candidates for Cowait' inspectors; W. T. Dick clerk o-OI*-o

the liver and bowels. They are easy these different county offices and members I Precinct! No. 10C. J. Ward R. EU-
1..a. fi. I V "rv stnrve thing
1". '. U v. >t-rd r. I \v'r.t \ .; *. a fr hap-:>nl[ tn 'aKt and pleasant in effect. Price of the Executive Committtee must dines inspectors; B. If. Bryars. clerk. Florida. : : :
min at tI'jitlk/ who k ow'vur !', ,nts per box. For sale by allIhugrlsts : be printed upon the official ballot to be Pr'l'inct0.. 11.- E. B. Lee, L ,

,nd writing v.-ry will, uI.1! he thoughtI and medicine dealers used in said! primary election July; 13;;, Minims, inspectors; J. B. Stewart. -- .-- \
Wt'Pl. ill .-, -I ha..t hot .I..itf..,.l.r 1.....___.>."L'...1. 1&02: and no blank lines will be left cleik. Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.

'he.>r.k-'.1 if'l"l to us you afro do rte I.bijrs and to t>aml. I I 111.1 llt-r 1..., e.CLnrles ''on said ballots, and no voter will be Precinct No. 12.-J. L. Scholls. J. G

.-< mfrltn.l g-e your sig-n.itur you !i IKckens.; though he married allowed to vote for or write the name Oliver! inspectors; E. D. Becgs. clerk j
I II >'uj ...1't'ry busy, you msht! .j'.j'I I Catherine, one of George Hogarth's: i ithr.e of any candidate on the said ballot.'unless Prl'cinct0.. 13J. G. White. Sr. Lots for Sale.
I : 1-.j( ihtck and I will fill It law the name of the candidate be .\. A. Fisher inspectors; J. Emmett

,1r :.uiatt-ly.- ._--- KARL I I daughters attached in to liT.ii her' was sister later Mary.devotedly printed on said ballot. Wolfe clerk. 40x137 feet at from $75 to $200 each, accord- 1.1
Each person desiring to have his Precinct No. 14.-Jos. I. Johnson .
.. Sc"it. U'hy be did nt marry Mary in the name printed on the primary election Dave Kugleman, inspectors; R. C ing to location and surroundings. h
!.I':Irvin that "\\'anrJ..y" first place Is not certainly! known uiUs -
was i iI iK ballot as a candidate for the above Caldwell clerk.Precinct .
: -, : .--I and "The Lady of the it be that Mary, n young woman county offices and executive committee No. 13.: -M. P. Palmes. i Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful Viewt it

: L..,t |'<*.ni. lie and the Hal- : of great loveliness of character, had shall file with the chairman of this Mansfield Moreno, inspectors; F. M High, Dry Fertile Lands. I 1 f

'.a-l: | m..r.- than one Un'I)' illsi 'I I hnrcessfully! concealed her own affection county executive committee on or before Whiting, clerk.Precinct -- ---- -

t'n'lljjcit.! but h+ would i; fur CatlnTine's Iwtrotiied in order the noon hour, 12 m., on the 24th No. Ifi.-J. G. Howard C.

,"'. i! .1 I flange!' of opinion. He j i to save: her sister from disappointment. day of June A. I). 1H02, his notice of Flowers, inspectors; J. W. King. The grandest opportunity for investment ever I!

I ,. "f the Ijlke" l.y heart j Percy Fitzgerald, n friend of Dickens, candidacy and application in writing'to clerk. cffered in Pensacola. j I
I I <
ri'pt.itttl the whole to proletl expressed' this idea in an article in have his name so printed upon a i Precinct No. 17.-K. A. Kuhen. J. AHcndrix -- -- : I
i: blank to be furnished by said chairman inspectors; J. I.. 110)1. clerk Home i
t-ii.-rary Life. i I1arp Ills ." i accompanied with a sum of 1 Precinct No. IS.-John Gibson H. T. _
Iooks. money, assessed by the committee as Enterkin, inspectors; J. M. Harrison
POisoning the System f follows: clerk. .A. Cr-ULTDlDS

..nth the bowels that the Habit is the modern slavery and the : Each Candidate for Tax Collector Precinct! No. 19.-\\'. H. Trimmer S. .
: .11I-..tI of impurities. Con- ; will of the individual is the only eman . . . . . .1100.00 Terry Jr., inspectors; F. M. Wood, i,
.I- "p.- these poisons in the cpatlon.Saturday Evening Post. ,\I Each Candidate for Tax Assessor clerk. Corner Garden and Alcaniz Streets. !
i .-ill e headache, dullness I I I j I . . . . . . 75.00 Precinct No. 20.-G. W. McCurdy.
.I!.. 'hula at first, then un-j Bronchitis For Twenty Years. I I i Each Candidate for County Daniel Bowman inspectors; F. M
'ipi'ims" ) and finally serious Mrs. Minerva Smith, of Danville. ''I Treasurer . . . . 73.00:: Mayo, cl,1 k. 1". C. BRENT, WM. If KNOWLfcH; W. K. HYEK. JR., J. H, KKKHK,
'01... -, is applied.1 I President. VicePresident.: .
a remedy
C. B. PARKH1LL, l''blr. Au't l'a.blll
111., writes "I had bronchitis for Each Candidate for County commissioner
I Lnl. Early Risers' prevent twenty years and never got relief until . .. . . 10.00 DAN MURPHY, Chairman.
,dJ., bv :;atlmnlating the liver I used Foley's Honey and Tar Each Candidate for School Secretary 23jtf; '

\ a: y. III..althaetiou of'these which is a sure cure'" Sold by W. .1.D'.tlemherte.121 Board . . . . . 10.00 First National BankOF
1 little pills do not I
.,' South Palafox stiectO Each Candidate Justice of Peace 5.00 POLLING BOOTHS
> l.'it l h t'tl't'nthenin
y ; ; l lnalilt I
.' ; them to perform Each Candidate for Constable. 5.00 FOR THE PRIMARY. 1

\' : k NVvtr tripe or dis- A. 0 T O :H:I A.. Candidate for members of the Executive I

"- I'liaunai'y, John ?IH'I' I Been the Iii Kicd Yet Hate Always Committee are not required top I Following are the polling booth de PENSACOLA. FLA. I
assessment.As j
: Kahn. pay any signaled for the primary of 13::
.y i i Blgnattr # ; I July :
+ soon after June 24 as possible a
U DZRDaTO: l ;
of Precinct 1-Nix. School house. !
list of all candidates for above-named
'rbr Inrlonn I positions will be printed in the newspapers j j| Precinct Kupfrian, Kupfrian WM. H. KNOWLES. W. A. BLOUNT, F. C. BRENT, N. K. H YER. JL

e' ':" .\ 1 wonder why that wo- Medical Boclrnjr, Attention. ; and the chairman of the corn- i i; Park. D. O. BRENT, II'
Precinct :Windsor.: School House l'rmi1
: w.iicliiiii; me m': :| There will be a regular meeting of mittee will give a receipt for each I

I' ".: ".a iVrhaps -I Jt''S trying! to I,1 be Pensacola Medical notice of raulidacreceh'ed, and if Precinct 4-Ferry Pass, Hoherts'OM

j 1 .1!\ frets v-u are staring at LIT.- 'I iI ;j'clockp.m.he Board of Tuesday Health: July office Society Sand itI t after claims the that 24th his day name of June has any been person left !;|'! Precinct Precinct Place. Beaulah f.-Powelton., School Cantonment house aD m JU Z Aru 1 u Aad\ a S UJ a t

1 oft of the list of candidates published, j
-- I Visiting physicians: are cordially
I '
Precinct! 7-Pine Barren, Beef Marjktt. tl
\.a '1 mniiltnonkly C: >err. invited to attend. his claim will be rejected unless he

.\itjou willing: \ : to work i| DR.W. C. DKWBERY, holds a receipt for same trom the I 6rWe draw oar own Bills of Exchange on Great Britain, Ireland i i 1
Precinct S. CraMrce Jennings's
Germany, France, Austria, Italy Holland Spain
\ -.>> |I President. chairman. j' store, railroad. Belgium, finials, Nor 1
OK. L. 1)EM. BLOCKER, If number of candidates; Denmark and other 19
a larger Sweden:
\ ; way European countries. .
'trr.v willing, sir.-Boston i Precinct 9.-Bluff Springs, the usual I
'25ttf Secretary. shall be announced than were contemplatrd i

when the above assessment was place. __Vessels DIsbursed npon the Most Farcrable Terms, and theft t
Precinct 10 Wartlt Holland Ward
made, the committee can. if they see i' Obligations Taken Payable at Port of neetiration Ten or Fifteen Dn .

: Irta in shnpe is almost The Beer fit to do so, cut down the said assess-1! blacksmith shop. after Vessel Arrives '!:leu. l 1
i Precinct 11-Walnut Hill school
th the Roman ,
ancient tuba.
ment. The voters of the entire county -] .1
'I" notO, (1, D and E. will vote on the above-named coun- 1 i| house. 1E Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent In Connection

That Made officers including the chairman and Alcaniz.Precinct 12-City, Intendencla and with which we hare a Prira Apartment for the Uia

v' @ secretary of the executive committee. of Renter
t" Always Keeps It Handy. Precinct 13-City, Garden and Pala .
except the justice of the peace and !
: -uffered a long time constables! and the candidates for a fox. I
i Precinct 14-Pat McIIuh's store Ro-
--:us; pains and general ANNH I tR r AM county office who shall receive a majority 1

\primarily. jlaloJin"t' indicesV. : -. i, office shall of all be the declared votes cast the for nominee that ,; mana Precinct and 1Ialoner's Palafox.: store Intfnjdencia | WE WILL FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE! !

and DeVilliers.
u ago I gut her to try of the democratic party for that office. :i wenpun NndMdm I
-ISVICTORIA- Precinct the usual .
_11'hotH at once and In the event a candidate does not receive -,i 1, 16-Pine\'ille. !P'-": .ad t..II wtat aadd Ivan! !.<*- I"RUlI .IlELE'N ruev..d: I
.1.:,' of place. _, DuD,", we riTe fur Mm ..... ...
seventy-six: eats a majority of the votes cast, another I. '0.
Precinct! 17-Brent's, Spoon's blacksmith I 1' I oar*<*t>.. Yo.f,re f >*. I .,. M: w' a. ..V'
wants, remarking that primary election will be held on JtW" u.1e.f al. ,r.'i. .z. ..! ....
'a,1 effects. as she has the 12th day August.. 1&02.:! to choose i i shop. I- i I or es.-of bunt *tit.*ntllt l''rfu't!>*ll Ih.i'.lmi .,.
|! Precinct IS-McDavid, the usual .. .. .
: t
KmJol j"Q' itln-.r m .Y dM '
Do not MADE BY ACME BREWING CO. between the two candidates receiving .
'plat. Llarwarr, "reWwan. ,.._. f.'.... If I *.SPlat,4v.IMIH
1 turine gjmptoms. Uo the highest vote in the July; primary.; IraIAi" .r.t& I
,.... 1 UOTTLK HKKllIN '|I Precinct 19-Molino. Ward's store. .
If is' IlKsr: 1O-CKNT; Ey neat-niwLnw.uwyW..ufs..
strmath the
your The voters of county at large .
I 1 I Precinct 20-Flomaton we fire a iO-l'Irf III.... f..- I. a
.i''h will }h" good.\ Kodol TOWN.DA.NNHEISSER. shallote for the chairman and secretary ;I Century i toy. ..4 hit a tit. .'4.'ir"' .,.'.t. .1 .;
.. .
", t tr..l..fft. / tan I.
''.ah and and I tf t . .. .
strengthens of the executive committee &i rf IL e.r..r wea rt.' t "
BROS ., Cut this out and take it to any I am ..., much p>aie4 wR r , I' i V .,' < !i&i-t. i '
--'ins food. It of each precinct shall vote .
yrtir the voters drip stare or medicine! dealer and per :o.n L ll'* ''a.-"i'1A, 'tit ... r.. I
"':.' Hareis1 Phari for member of the executive commit :M a U'l.f B13AW f rk*, l.ri ifwat -. tMm Y'A4PS .
a .
.. a ox f Chamberlain's Stomach and .llnot", .l <
.11 I.
i an'I Svdnev tee from his precim t and the candidate'/'OnoI: to-dav. Mj- nwmrn ... a: f.m.. we a jw a ".TJ tri .. ,
LITr Tali.-is. The best physu They ftil rnwd: we lie.r lampo w. .... ..1 ra i WtrJS t' i.W > r "
I I I. f HarD r Whitley, for the executive committee receiving also co-rect, disorders of the stomach. ache ""eawp.Jrfei..1\u Yo a hI lOt, t e 'e!" w T< J IS rti] 11* .1 y
the highest vote cast shall beFoley's In A few .:a,.. "I am moro IUD yka."I rat toe I'ii Ier t'w ."1a ..d. .,4 ,. f j
o'sR3Tt'7. JIB I dA i M ain Houe-401 S. P.ilafor street. Price 25: ('ents.BANNE'L. I DlaodulD. tr Ieh.dWtTWluiiSG3." mmrbrti,,.. Darlaaa )._' ..,.,. :

', A-' 1' '1SD"" ....,.. R. R. Eichanije: -Opp. Union Depot end 'Tar SALVONA SOAP CO.. [cr. 12th J Pine Sts., ST. LOUIS, MO.1. f

/jJs;. : I p, O. Box: 281. Pensacola! Fla. Honey SALVE. .

ratG" i Phone 116 :le8. I cures colds, prevents pneumoal i I the most healing salve In th. word j



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[ NTS1IIPERSONAL1 m mJ. AT PENSACOLA ,:I \: ij OUR ANNUAL REDUCTION n uu _........................N.N.fON N;:

It expected that the strike of ( '
i AHAN'S i
the miners in the Birmingham district : j .BEGINS TO= DAY. i

will seriously affect the coal ... .. .
McKinnon, a saw mill man .
shipments contracts made from Pen-! ;
from DeFuniak, is a business visitor I i S
sacola should the lockout be con- -AT-
today. ; i i
tinued for any great length of time. I.{ .

W. C. Gause, the timber merchantand The most important of these con- 'THE |
shipper of Mobile, arrived from tracts is for the delivery at Tampico, : ..
that this i f( '
city morning.A.
for the Mexican government of 200- $2.50

G. Moore, Mariauua news- .000 tons, a large portion of which : !.
50 Linen Skirts 1-3 off Regular Price. .
paper man, arrived and registered at has already been delivered. The ( ,

the Escambia last night.C. Norwegian steamship Sanna is regularly \; All White Embroidered Waists 1-3 off : II: OXFORD i

F. ;tange, 8. J. Sutherland and engaged on this contract. ; Regular Price. f fJ ', ;

Samuel Israel, all of New Orleans, Should the strike hold out for less I ( I ..

arrived at the Merchant botel this than a month there will be no great i\ : i as FIGURED LAWNS. <* ;s I.: !. -FOR- .!

morning.S. Interruption of the contract; but !; ) :
P. Halliday, representing Philadelphia should it extend over that time the : i. Three Great Numbers for Monday Selling. i.I i. .
hand will be exhaustedand : $1.90
wholesale: grocery establishments supply on :

is at the Escambia: on one there will be no other alternative i : Mayflower Batiste and Crepons, :. .:

of his regular visits. I but to stop until differences are 10 yards for 75c. I :
I ..* ."" ALL THIS \\'EEK.1C.! < :
A fine grand daughter : I
yesterday at the residence appeared of Cal ---- -- I Our 15c Line Fine Lawns 10 yards for 98c. ;I $H.....**.....**..+.*ft4.....S......NH.I

and Mrs. T. V. Kessler, the child of K. I. K. PICNIC ;'I! All our 25c Swiss Silk Organdies and .II I .Ij

Mr. and Mrs. Norris Levi JULY FOURTHThe ; I and Lawns 10 yards for 150. i MEYER SHOE CO. ,

The Misses Hatch, who have been ,

the guests of Mrs. T. V. Kessler, m- i i One Case Printed Challies, new goods,

I i turned to Rambler's Rest title morn following-named merchants I, i : 10 yards for 40c. ? Feel Furnisher> for fa-li Only.

ingafteradelightfulvislt. have agreed to close their stores at' I, )I t ti

j I 12 o'clock July 4, on account of the I
W. A. Watson has returned from J 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
1 business! trip to various points in K. I. K. picnic at Magnolia Bluff on ; i i YOURS TO PLEASE,
that date: j ; ) -
}*. Southern Alabama. He represents

'f?| the Beekman Lumber Co. here. i Greenhut Pensacola& Co.Tea, Kuger and Coffee& Kugleman Co., A., ::1 i II! J. M. FOLKMAN

,I I''t I Ola Kendall formerly night clerk Lewis Bear & Co., Hall & Klein Reilly,1Jos. II. /i Jtlilliam Sfoljn0on & ion.i I 1 'I /
Muller S. Frank
at the local office of the Southern J. Aylward, I'KALER
Coleman Geo. Pryor & Son. J. M. '. ( ;. ra
h : Express! Co., has resigned that place Pfeiffer & Co. D. & I. The ( We have Hamples
Mayer ;; ; (. :
: .} to take a position as night clerk at John White Store. Globe Clothing Co..j jJag. 4 <., ---- _..__--------- ----- -------------- i I '\TALL\ PAPER I I Manufacturers t
,j the Merchants hotel in place of E. J. McIIugh Wm. Jo.J1nson.& Son, N.'I i iu
J", Elliott, resigned. G. Forcheimer, The Escambia Furntture i ..---- the United States.
Co., L. Friedman & Co., Ryans's i STOKES MAllKUT. \
; MYERS PRESENT "i \ Feather hcroll, 15c roll.
,. i' B. B. Morse of Kansas City, a Variety Store F. E. Brawner, Pat Mc'i ) per

travelling representative of the Hugh, A. M. Cohen Halliday & Co.,I.; Reported Dally for The New bj BUT NOT VOTINGSenate Dining Room Tapestry JI.50 per roll.
C. H. Gonzalez & Son., C. H. Turner Union Naval Store Co.11081l' .
Swift Packing Co., is at the Merchants
F B. Bruce, D Hale Wilson & Co., J.I .

today. His visit i is in connection N. Andrews, A. M. Avery Thos. C. '|[. WW _... ..... S35.) H ............_._It 7') Bill 29, A bill to be entitled, .< Contractor for
i with the company's local Watson & Co., McMillan: & Beers, Willis I WQ.............. .... 343t (i.... ........._. 1 tIi "An act to require railroad companies r Decorating ?<
business branch. Hardware Co.. Marston & Quina I t i s _..... ... ... S *) F..... .._......_ 1j
i Will Moyer. W. J. & B. Forbes. Rose-!! M_.... ."n'.........._. S "3IK E..... ........._._ 1.i' in the state to erect cattle yards and / Call Up Phone ill:! or l>n>|> a Pixtal (' MAll .
', ... .._......... 2 M D .._ _..._. 12;i (
; their of railroadin
Capt. Holder anJ Lieut. dates, of nau & Gerelds, Bass & Co.. Wm. Falk, ,1, _. crossings on lines rr
I__........__.. .._ i 05 f below. 1 a
t the Salvation Army, have: been assigned ; Carlson & Lind, Van Pelt Bros. II.Heinberg i SPIRITS TUBPlSfiSI',. certain cases." The Journal showsthat Work C. O. D. and Guaranteed:

1 : to duty with the army at I Meyer Shoe Co. jy2t. I Mr. Myers was present but did Corner Haylen antI inU'rnIltPr.t Sirens

I Pensacola.: Ensign Mason, who was ,' not vote. Pages 399-400, Senate Journal .
'. I ONE OF MYERS'VOTESAGAINST One Clock Wout of I'ojtoCe. Il.jla: tie! Bflt 1.:,,*.
recently engaged; in the work here, Fishing tackle of all kinds I i 1893. 28june1vs .

1 1 .I has been aligned to Memphis. and good crab nets at the WORKINCMEN
Mr?. Jack Wright of Montgomery, Willis Hardware Co' Ice cold melons, large, \ [ (\ (\ /
House Bill No. 225. A bill to be en- tr :
grand sentinel of the (J. I. A. to the I IH. luscious and juicy, at the

of L. }:., is in the city the guest of i ti tied "An Act requiring employers Stratton Ice Works. Telephone I II
SUBSCRIPTIONSFOR '''to give cause of discharge in writing
Mr*. (;eo. HotTman. Mrs. Wrighthas your order. I .
J to agents or employes when dischargedif
recentlyreturned from the coni -
requested to do so." Mr. Myers
vention, having represented the CARNIVALLIST
voted this bill and it was
1 Montgomery and Peusacola: divisions '
there. i I killed in the senate. 1.vWNICK'S / $ BARGAINS $

.r' (Senate Journal 1901, page 1369.)
\\ < Jacksonville Metropolis: The OF THOSE WHO HAVE SUBSCRIBED

leading event in the season in social FOR STOCK AT $25 i iI I

,. circle in DeLand occurred on Saturday PER SHARE. FAMILY SEASON TICKETSAT lit
afternoon when Mrs. W. A.I j ?
t Allen was at home to her many I
friends from C to 7 o'clock in honor '! The committee appointed to solicit ,

of Mr*. J. E. Htilluuu.of Pensacola. stock among the business men of the i Frank t-Mjari will issue 100 family EVERY DAYS

The reception was a very formal! one, (:city to the Canmalwpany-lieveduas ,1 f season tickets for baths at his splendid RE TAUnAHT .

there being fully sixty guests present. meeting with excellent success, and bath house, for a family of one ..

I The rooms were lawfully dec- I s.) far over fifty shares have been i to three at $1.50 for the season and

tlratfd with palm* and roe*. Mrs ,. taken at $2:> per share. fur a family of from three up for two

4 Alien received in her usual graceful !I Those who have subscribed are as dollar?. Thee season tickets: will ::

1I manner, assisted by Mi-'dames Coulter i I follows: i entitle the! family to bathe: whenever DAILY MENUS oAZ'3L. ?

4j and Jordan and ,;-.Tauner, i Name. Shares. they wish throughout the season. ..
Thos C. Watson & Co.. . . 2i :: 'I. I
s An-tin, P drie and L-i Foutessee.Sunday. i Pon.sacola Gas Co. .. . .. . :2: r 2Hjhnr Comprise all the Up-to-

.1 June ".), was the :JMth anniversary : .\. M. Avery . . .. . .. . :2: : ladies skirts and waists- Date Dishes the Markets -
? i, Nick Apostle. . ... .. .. . . :2i is Cleaning star Laan- of the World
of the marriage; of Mr. and Knowles i Bros.. . .. .. . . 2 one of c-r specialties. : Afford.
Mrs. (i. M. Chen and the iMli anniversary 'First' National Bank. .. . . . 2J' : dty. _
ff the marriage of Mr. and C. Ilrent . . .. . . 1 ICK-COLD WATERMELONS: AT
t Mrs. Liz Jacoby. Ou that d too I w.A. niount . . . . . 1 FRIEDMAN & GO'SHall
ly i iA C. Blount Jr. . .. . . 1 i THE OARFIELD ICE CU's.ASK Ladies' Private i
the Infant suns of Mrs Dave Ku pl.
West Florida! Steam Bakery. . 1 --
man, a daughter of Mr.I and Mrs.! I J. R. Itos-5 & Co.. ... . . . 1Wra.
CohtH and of Mr. Joseph J.icoby, a | Fisher . .. . . . . 1 Dining Parlor
rl brother Laz Jacoby, were the principles ''Henry Hyer . . . . . 1
L. Friedman! & Co. . . . . 1 YOUR GROCER FOR
in the ordic-iiice: circuin- C. 1 L Turner . .. .. . . 1 ; STUIlE.I '
ci-m "l'ft1lill.l.." Iuc.lebratiouof : \V. M. Falk . .. ... . . 1 I Regular Dinner Daily.Short .
1 these! four events n family reunion \ .,nersou & Dorr. .. . . 1 II f
I. was held at the homa of Mr. aud hI. L. Roch .. . ... . . 1 I I
1 MrO.M.Cohen: at -JM We..t Garden \jJas. Mcllueh . .. . . . 1 Orders Promptly
;(,eo. P. \Ventwortu ... . . 1
s-Ueet Sunday eveuiu !', which j Jacob Kry er. . . . . 1 Filled. Night or flay -=-
Ii w.+i greatly t-nj-iyed, and hoarty cou- i I Pensacola Livery Stable . . 1Mrs.
=, Jrat.llatltlt.1nrt' showered neon the j I : C. :M. Anderson. . . 1Star
t ... and otherparticipant laundry . . . 1 If It's Somethlnsr I .ooa to Eat WN y
.. \.., jtr.u..1 parentparents Uarston & Quina . . 1 you wish,you'll Ana It at UUV1

-. Ii "Xm; Johnson K.- -Son- --.. .. .. .. .. .- 1- XT1 A ifIMCK '
---' -- I Pensacola Water Co. . 1 nposucs
iOT 1(> .0. I W. S. Keyscr. ... .... .,. . 2 Ball Bearing, keen cut I I will repair year watches and
S R Caffiero ... .. . 1 Popular Restaurant. Lawn Mowers at jewelry in flrst-ctas4 style. J. Jtephen8.
4 Men lor Tamil) Mutt WuiL, hick t.r ,: \V. S Rosasoo. . . . . . 1 ting thell .
i Writ i McKenzie Oertini & C. 1 Willis Hardware GO'S' - -

food food and the right kind will' Lewis Roar Co. . .. . 1 /I IA WilM I hy buy i n
carry a man through almost any J S Bell & Sons. .. . . . 1 1 Large, luscious, juicy, II' Save\ Hooeytare (urn".
: thllll:. Commenting on the power J R. K{>llar. . . . . . :2: melons Stmtton your
ice-cold at
: ; of Orape-Nuts an Oakland wife G W Burrow. . .. . . . 1 stNPIE AAO ER ECTiVt PREPARATION THAT I Marston $ Quina'sGreat
:i i write of the experience of her hus Pitt Mill Co. . . . . 1 CAN BE USED WIThOUT COOKING Ilse, Works. Phone Furniture Empo
band. \\'. K. Hyer. Jr.. . .. . 1 ANr 61YESCOUAASCOPtSN'ATSAAOOTHEAAtucrtt GRAND 1 :
"Two years ago my husband had F. O. Howe. .. . .. . . 1 SMm APPEARANCE it NCW Itd amrfromthe'ortheroRo"Rr1A rium.
the pneumonia which left him in a :J. :M. Coe . . . . . I in l'J1lJ'.BWam.tlu ttrtAWllauu rue coO* I
t': : Kid condition unable to work for ,*rk Reilly. . .. . . 1i 4th of July Picnic II GRAND EXCURSION.To
several months. The doctor said: he ,,*" f. Creary . . . . i GKAND KXCVUSION"To .
I would have to be very careful or it Pfflsacola Lumber Co . 1 I, -
I would turn into con->umptiou."We R. M. Cary . . . . 1 ANDCELEBRATION Ir
have a large family and he !-'. C Horton . . . . 1W. ,
i inu-t work sick or well.! Hearing B. Wright. . . . . 1 }
i Urape-Nuts was the strongest' II
nourishing food we could find he began AT I
oaths food with one egg, which MYERS FAVORS FATPICKINCS The Best Laundry Starchon

would be all he would eat for break- the Market. Magnolia BluffBY Greenville, Montgomery and Mobile and New Orleans, Mon

tn. fast. I FROM LM( 'Y I r Birmingham Saturday night July 6, day, July lith, leaving Union Depot
"He left home at four-thirty
jr every |I NO BOILING NECESSARY. THE I 1902, leaving Union depot at 10:30 Monday morning at 11:30 o'clock
days in the week,and
I morning seven' '' o'clock on special excursion train. sharp. Fare for round trip: T -

J, I; food after he two ii years a well continued man. use Even of the the'I I Ii Senate Bill No. 172: To be entitle o The only Starch Manufactured fKr I. K.x Returning at 10:30a.m., leave Birmingham and Montgomeryat Monday Mobile From Cantonment, '1.5to New and Orleans Century, 11.00 san! !

i has left him that troubled him "An Act to define lobbying and ti
cough '
I' ; in the South 2 p. m. This may probably be the as Pensacola. A special! rate will b?
so long after sickness. i prescribe the measure of punishmen (MYSTIC ASSOCIATION. last two-day excursion going north. made from Milton to Pensacola t'
'I } "Our youngest child, a boy of four Help Build up a ?''.
Ij I Ii I for persons convicted of the same"Upon Coffee and refreshments will be connect with this excursion
I and a half, was a very delicate baby. .. Watch for Grand Street Paradeat served on the train, going and re- turning leave New Orleans Wei: **'
its the vote was
i 1. As coon as he could eat anything we passage INDUSTRY. 10 a. m. turning. Fare for round trip, to day morning at 11:30 o'clock1
? I started him on Grape-Nuts 'I Yeas-Messrs. Borden, Bryant Coulter, Greenville and Montgomery, |2.& ; Mobile Wednesday afternoon at t
.1 has grown to be a large child, taking Crosby, McKinnie, Pirrong, Rogers:, Bee Posters for Fall Details. to Birmingham, $3.50. From Can- 'o'clock. Coffee and refreshments:
j a suit for a boy six years old. He hi I Roseborough, Wolfe and Yancy-13. A handsome prize will be given to tonment and Century same as Pen. will be served on train returning
a very bright, strong intelligent I,I the lady selling the greatest sacola. For farther information Purchase tickets at ticket office.
apply -
boy. Name !given by Postura Co., i Nays-Messrs. Bristol, Brett, Cal I I. apply to
For further information
number of tickets.
the dust. You
I Battle Creek, Mich. I houn, Drake, Johnson, Kirk, MYERS i( Lay can buy ROBT. KINO or P.OBI Ki nor
Ask the cook to show you the recipe Smith of 30th, Smith of 31st, Summer s garden hose at the Willis Admission, including fare, 35c; PETER THOMAS, P. TlIO U.5.
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book in the package Grape-
1 Nut! ?. I and Wilkinson-11. (Senate Journal.) I Hardware Co's. Children, 25c. Excursion Managers r Excursion Maaa

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