The daily news

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The daily news
Uniform Title:
Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Pensacola Fla
The News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
July 3, 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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Hundreds of Delegates Assemble in Efforts to Prevent Further Rioting ,

Atlanta. so Far Successful. !

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',ar! ewsGeonda'i: -
( Special to The Daily News. '
2.- Dem/' '
JU met at noon today Wilkesbarre, July 3-Three dis- :

the h"UMi of represen- trict presidents of the miners' unionare
arranging meetings to be held
11.5 to order. John T.

: Uiiib. and Charles Nor. -- Under theAuspices here daily to keep the strikers in

IL wend elected secrctar- Special to The Daily News line. Marion F. Bowes and Miss

ofIDEMOCRATIC Lola D'Alemberte will be married
,,.dred! dI: loattslitre Inn Macon Ga, July 2.-There was a fatal Several firemen gave up the strike
tonight at i S o'clock by Father J. P.
the convention: was collision between two switch engines
', r. 1 nl' session will proV of the Southern railway here yesterday and this morning returned to the McUatferty, at the latter's home oa '

it uiie unless the fight on at 7 p. m.. Just opposite the mines. These are the first losses West Chase street. \

;:'>n plank brings about baggage; department of the pad
.. ., -itou. senger depot. One man was killel LEAGUE I among the firemen for some time, The couple will leave on the 11:05 i j

,'.lorrnation t leads to tin and four others were seriously hurt. I The efforts of the union officers to train for mount Springs and other (

n. <,:.-a will be made to The dead are: Alabama points returning in about '
,is a part of the platform C. M. Broadwater fireman. I I prevent further rioting has so far two weeks.A j t

:"!Jrt-\atjllg the bringing The injured are been successful.
'111I'tlon into politics at J. Urantley Strong engineer. !! OF ESOAMBIA COUNTY, reception at the bride's late j

'r it be everywhere omit. Henry Little, engineer home will be held after the cere and indorsing the Oscar Green, yard conductor. BULLETIN OFKING'S mony. !
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artisan legislation on the Frank Hunter, negro fireman. I j.
Fireman Broadwater was terribly ..._ i
I 1. u the local option law CONDITION
i f" Should even so con scalded in the collision by the esca;: : CROWD OF ;
. i xprrfesion as this be (if- lug steam. His body was also bauly I

:" I'Utforra: committee. therei mangled. He was removed quickly ,. Pensacola House I
that It will mrrt with opim to the Maron hospital, but died so"a Opera Special to The Dally News: BOY PRISONERS

a large number of deV after reaching there. London July 3.-A bulletin issued
it Is likely that several The two engineers are the mostt seriously --

'. th." "ubj"Ct wit be made hurt. Their injuries are ey I this .morning from Buckingham Mayor Jones had au interestingarray
, I..ntlon floor. painful, and it is feared may prove II I
palace announces as :
1 IAIKS ticku will b* noinl- fatal. Yard Conductor Green was II I of prisoners before him this

riding on one of the engines! at the "The King slept well and nothinghas morning In the persons of eleven

,. time of the collision, but his injunaa
'' J. M. Terrell. I occurred to mar the excellent boys, white and black, ranging from
,. Hart. are not considered dangerous.
I i-> K"Hml.. John C. TO NIGHT !
i r "'i; ':" .. r *ee<>ral William A. The two engines were switching = progress his majesty is now making. 8 to 15 years old, who were charged ,

,1!,' trains at a rapid rate of speed iu with violating a city ordinance by
order to clear the way for the passenger (Signed) "LAKixo,
I '- "f -tate. Phil Cook.F bathing in the bay.
n.i'. ..' ,L'.r of mnoultura, 0 train which was due Both :'- I ARLfW,
AT 8 O'CLOCK. The youngsters were all captured
il -ity roraotnes ran onto the same track :
i r j j.ton !"mtssMfThomas: Going! in opposite directions, and b- "TREW 5. yesterday afternoon by Officer Barter i

+ Da n, fore the speed of either could be check. who hunted them up on com-

L"' r cr tte treasurer. Robert R Part ed the crash came. A GOLD DAY
-r ..tauhoot coaimUaionT.V.. Th responsibility for the accident .,... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... ..c .... .... plaint of two ladies. The officer
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-rtt cannot be placed at this time. morning there were at least
,itti: .'* of the supr"me court ; IN SUMMER 140 in the water when he first saw J

''ui ,k-n and J. A. Co'>b. them, but most of them got away. .
'Ii' et Atlantic! circuit Paul BIG SHIPS TOWEDIN I
I HON.-W : Special, to The Daily News. The only way he captured those he ..

.1' ... !-ral of Atlantic] Cir SECTIONS B. LAMAR !I Wallace, Idaho, July 3.- now fell did was by standing guard over their '

clothing which was on the beach.
.- \',.tut rlrruitV.. T L. 'in the Cur d' Alene region last Mayor Jones suspended sentence
: night. The cities of Burke and ;

'. >. .n,ra! Dlue Ridge tir'i Special to The Daily News: ._ .'( Miller a fall of two inches on the boys, after cautioning them
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i 'ti New York July Westbound; lake I.c--------.c :.c ;c :. ---Jt--.c -.c. -.c. ...c ..c ..c -. ..;' not to repeat the serious offense
e' IInt..kk circuit T. A. I
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captains who have just come from the GOULD FOUND !
St. Lawrence and put into Charlottefor
'.. '-re (ircuit, Pope Dar *- SMASHED PLATE
coaling< report says a Rochester i ,
dispatch to the Tribune, that the nft AFTER 20 YEARS I ;
rttJt.! f:. J. Reagan. Mr. Scott M. Loftin. j
*ttlori of the big ocean liner Mlnne- IN BURGLAR'S FACE
"a >n circuit.V.. H. Tel-; 1."nt'raJ
waska has been
warped off the rocks i

In the! : St. Lawrence river, where tstruck --
Macon circu.t, Special to The News,
.. two weeks ago.;: The two halvesof
a sister ship Mlnnetonka: \ were i j Mr. Henry C. Clopton Raleigh July Governor Aycock Between 11 and 12 o'clock last
Ke circuit. II. D. Ev. conducted through th. perilous waters I] has made requisition on Governor Me- night, a negro pushed his head
I of South for Daniel .t
Sweeney Carolina
'. of lower Lake Ontario and the St.Lawrl.'nrt' through a window at the home of
-" 'theutern circuit J, Gould alias Thomas :Maddey, ne
in safety and reached Que II
bec without a mishap. I C. M. Jones gro. In Jail in Georgetown.Ten Wm. JJlumer, on Church street, near i

':" n( ral Northeastern This news marks the practical completion Hon. years ago he was arrested for Tarragona.The li-
1 : art rll.I another crime at Gorgetown. Hi
of one of the most remarkable I fellow awakened occupants of :
mul,:'ee circuit Gray If identity was discovered, although he
feats of ship building ever known oa
the house and ;
young Grover Hlumer,
denied It. lie refused to return wIth.
the Great Lakes These two huge: ij ,
n "tl cir Hon. J. Emmet Wolfe who was
Xmulgee ocean-going freighters were built at j out requisition.The watching him and looking .

, Cleveland. Each of them is 500 feet question now is whether he for a weapon at the same time, ;
i -al"L circuit.: II. C. length. I II will have to be resentenced by tleIItlpprlor j
r in Close, calculation Iho1't'dthat
: I court or whether the gover grabbed up a china plate and let the ,

I :, :i." circuit \\'. M. sels would the length not admit of the of completed their! passingthe ves Hon. Jno. B. Jones nor ran upon certificate by the au- negro have it squarely in the face. t

locks in the Well and St. Lawrence preme court of its decIsion in the ca cover The effect, a? might be supposed, I
,tern! circuit It I twenty years ago Issue his warrant
canals by several feet it i
G'i was magical for the black vanished
I for execution. Such a questionwas
was decided to tow them down the
Tallapoooi circuit i lakes In I >> never before presented in North although it Is probable he today 'I
two to each ship. Address'
I Will People on Issues of the Day. Carolina. bears marks! of the plate's contact f'

i- neral of Tallapoosa: Tragedy in Kentucky. Gould will fight for a commutation with his
ugly face.
r : :t.r. )It. Vernon, Ky., July 2.-\ll1Iar: I of his sentence. :
'. 't-rn circuit, R. D. Farthing shot and killed :Morgan Burkat
Girl's Identity Shrouded in Mystery
Langford station Rockcastle coin'y. Barnesville Chautauqua. El Paso. Tex., July 2.County Jud sharper
"-'.s senator, A. S.BIC Burk and his brother Farthing Darntsvllle Ga.. July 2.-The fifth!! has ordered the sheriff t.,
I'ainis.: attacked him while he was dt annual session of the Barnesville 1'
convey Miss Ada Marker to the state
work in a quarry and the shooting fo1 All Democrats Are I Chautauqua association U now in full Insane asylum at Terrell, where she
lowed Farthing has surrendered. blast and promises to be the most brilliant t
will be confined. Several weeks age
SHIPMENT since the f
body was organize
Miss Darker was found wandering: ;
Cyclone Wrec'-s Train. The exercises
opened Sunday with a
through the streets In a demented con
Bombay July :'!.-A train on the Dr. B. i
sermon by E. Andrews, of Nej
dition, and it is
thought she arrival
OF COAL East Indian railroad, near Rampurha Cordially Invited !j braska. Music was! furnished by tba I here on a wret-bound Southern Pa. 1.
was blown down an embankment bya Schiller male quartet of Chicago. The
I rifle train. Where she came from, or 1
c>i lone today! Thirteen persons programme this session will cost about
where she was going, is a mysterywnich
-- were-l.ilt'd and 15 mivred.
$2,000. The directors announce that there seems little probability of 1
\\ $1,500 is In hand and the balance necessary ,
Of All Hot Weather Enemiesof I clearing up.
I is already in sight: This J!:.. : 'J
'\. -One of the grear. humanity cholera is the worst. lures the success! of the enterprIsefrom The 11
one great virtue of Borntt' j
'' ,', Treatment to be effective must be I
that ever stat t. a financial standpoint The average

.. ->. .'!1U begun shortly prompt. When vomiting, purgingand Entire Balcony will be Reserved for Ladies attendance Is about 1.000 and Is vanilla Vanilla Extract extract i and purity.nothing It but U real vanilla -
ti! ; today and many town sweat announce that the dis- increasing daily.
.. > their way south with ease is present combat it with Perry I extract. (Always use Rur. "J1

i .ai! Fully! 10,000.000 bush. Davis' Painkiller. All bowel troubles $ and their Escorts. Boat ;Two riEtt'a )
'.< ;ins been like diarrho, cholera morbus i .$ Lake View Mich.. July 2.Frank
shipped within!
II: '; kours. Of this amount and dysentery are overcome by Pain- Sonar and J. Reynolds aced U, while ATTENTION, ESCAMBIA RIFLES. 1
killer. It is equally healthpromoting -
:ecl' fishing In Pickerel lake ywterday at.
:;t goal<
companies mov. in all climates. You are to
requested report
it i ;" n.l' ternoon. were drowned by the capitaing '
bushes the coalMplne at Hall
: Armory on Friday
i'. .J:1. the balance. It The finest line of sterling silver of their boat. Both bodies wars 7\| July 4tb, 1902. at 9:30 o'clock ; i
'e 80.IX-rt: .ovo bushels! will bttls goods and silver novelties is to be recovered. a. m., in fatigue uniform .
: rise. found at J. I. Stephens'. Prices to I white troa era and gloves, for t'
please all.ICECOLD. Fishing tackle of all kinds parade of K. I. K.'e. '


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.. STEAMSHIPS. OF CIRCULATION. i I II AGAIN BEHIND THE BARS. I Is the name sometimes seven to whs.
I I Men who look COHiagiousPoison is generally known as D1S.
-- -- older
much is
EASE. It not confined to dens
I Ii Murderer Re. c(
luued the Comptroller of the Cur than they are Joe Herbert, Escaped
I by vice or the lower classes. The

i IA o ANTRiPt ,i I rency. never such appearto disad i Washington captured-Raves Ind., July Like 2.-Joe Madman.Herbert and best people are somttim purest

I iI .I Washington the public debt July at 2.-The the close statementof of the the murderer who escaped jail U. IO'O d infected through with handling this awful the clothing raal y

i To NEW YORK, BOSTON I I fiscal year June 30. 1902. shows that with Bill Edson and others Tuesday 'a I drinking from the same vessv. ;.

i AND ALL the debt lESS cash in the treasury, morning. Is again behind the bars. He using the same toilet articles or.otherwise coming in contact with persons

J EASTERN RESORTS I amounted to $969,457,241. which Is a was captured by a half dozen deter who have contracted it.

f with 30. mined young men last night at the It begins with a little blister then
decrease as compared May I usually or sore, swelling in thegroins

VI. \t} t 1902, of 13012332. This decrease is I home of a relative In this city. He a red eruption breaks out on Ten I
yeari aro contracted bad
i rh. @\1\\\\ INfJ accounted for by the amount of cash was surprised and could make no ie- ,, the body, sores and ulcers appear of Blood PoUon. lwMnndrtre cue nt

t( OCEAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY on hand. The debt is recapitulated as sistance. in the mouth the throat becomes of ftphyticianuntill that he count
locked he raves likea I ulcerated the brows and do me no good. Then began taking
being up hair
: I Ij
.J I LOW IL1 E" S': i I khkI k' II t I 1 follows: eye S.S. S. I commenced to
of Ocean Breezes i madman. His trial will likely not lashes fall out ; the blood becoming at once
fO Hour j Interest bearing debt $931,070,340; and In a very short time all evidence cf
Sailings each WeeK |J 'debt on which interest has cease.1: be postponed until next term of court. more contaminated, copper colored the disease disappeared. I took nx .

3 since maturity $1,280,860' ; debt bt'lI.r.I I The other jail breakers are still at Splotches and pustular eruptions and .l and today am sound and well.
from Savannah, Ga. ; vantage as with the R. M. Wall, Morrutown.Tuna.Foley's .
is said sores different of
though it a man answering appear upon parts
t J ing no Interest $395,680,106. Total. I'I wife who' keeps her
T';: ...."nt. .II" n this 1'o,mlat LlurInman The I Edeon's description is being held the body, and the poison even destroys the bone!
\ 1328031356. beauty.
t .. nrrt matronly
0o. r.yl..r.1'10"11I""" >
a 1.010-,1.111,1'i. il* n,,* lM1l..\rH.M..''. I IM" J| This amount however, does not Include secret of health and : at Lewlevllle Ind. I r S. S. S. is a Specific for this loathsome disease, and cures it even is the

C O Inn I'MIII n.lyiwri. i>.>'rnt lo .a'.".mii4 Wid I'miit at li"iimcif "f $30,571,089 in certificates and I II I I the manly vigor which I I II worst forms. It is a perfect antidote for the powerful virus that p< :. ,:t. 3:
,..... wta- 10 N.vr 1'*!., I with health is the blood and penetrates to all of the
1 treasury notes outstanding which 'are goes I Offer of Purchase Accepted.New i: parts M -It '.i
i / tarn. eu' sonamna I nutrition. When the I Unless this
_.,TI.. In To offset by an equal amount of cash held York July ..-J. P. :Morgan & you get poison out of your M I"H! it w 1
I .. ........ -I1rI11., I. ...-.. ha.Y. J stomach and other organs I ruin you, and bring disgrace and di.. *-,
"......... ,..........._, r..__... .... for their redemption. of digestion and ,, Co., as depositaries for the Louisville : children for it be ise \: -j
.01......U...",._.1 t lad_.dlNl la.I The cash in the treasury is classifiedas nutrition are diseased and Nashville Railroad company and your can transmitted from p. -, r.t .
""" to child. S. S. S. contains
1'1'1tt"1tt" no j.'
follows: there is loss of nutri the Southern Railway company, ha\e ,
but is guaranteed a strictly vegetable compound.
tion, and corresponding announced according to the Tribune .
I Gold reserve, $150,000,000: trust I
physical weakness. Write for our free home treatment book and learn all about Contagious
STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE that the holders of than 51
I funds $83 ,579,089; general fund $1C3 more percent
| Dr. Pierce's Golden Blood Poison If you want medical advice give us a history of >-"ur
} 734.103 in national bank depositories, of the capital stork of the Chlca-
; f Medical Discoverycures and our physicians will furnish all the information you wish without an'charge

Jf'lw"en Prni>aci>la and Milton-IVial 126506517. Total. 1270819710. diseases of the ga. Indianapolis and Louisville Rail whattver. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, G'I .

Hun. Dally Fxcrpl "undaJ., against which there are demand Ih- stomach and its allied way company have accepted the offar I

which prevent made them on May 20 by the two companies -
bilities outstanding amounting to $91I5.591. .- organs
"CITY OF TAMPA. I cash balance nutrition and makes first named. The deposit constitutes Sound kidneys are safeguards of Rubber hose, all Sl'e +, 'Z'
leaving a on ''life.laKe the
and vig. kidneys healthy with
Lv Milton t:41uu I.vivn'-acola.hsipm! I hand of $258,574,115. men healthy a final acceptance of the offer the Willis Hardware
Arl>D,.ool..":.>'.iii Ar Milton 5"Jpui orous."I I Kidney Cure Sold by W..t '
tufferrrI of purchase.The time for depositing D'Alemberte, 121! South Palafox street
..r..IIIII:; KounJ trip.$1lal.I > wit a great .
NAMED BY PRESIDENT. i from dyspepsia for over stock Is extended to and Including ___ r JIIY. "I jtm at.p.lhe T U1. fl
I I two years, and was a complete I Kit QUlCklr. tlU>I tufarimuiwt! in ....'v. .
wreck" July 31. after which date stock will
I physical A
11 I CKNKKAIi: FHK.NCH: HCHKDL'LK Appointments Upon Which Senate writes Mr. Preston E. Feniterraachrr. of Fgypt.Lfhih be accepted, if at all. only upon such I I"Jl You will have pride n. ,' w
"I also suffered much with con I (9rQ'
Co.. I'a flower garden if tllf'ar,
terms the
Failed To Act. toed different medinoti as purchasing coaipan cs
Kollowiiis i i. the schedule of the stipation. I many own roulid. Your nu-blIi I .
Washington, July 2.-Among the which were recommended to cure the trouble may prescribe. 11 i Thtfl signature Is on every t.cuf: {r," grnunelaxative .
government steamer General Frenchi but these otily made me worse I bad ouch a i !a home and he can ii.- it w .
i which TUK NEWS prints for the presidential appointments to office weak and debilitated appearance that it ,teiatdM I Brorao Quinia'jTabitui though he may thn.k: .>. I W
session of if I had hardly any blood in ray: whole boov.At Art Palace Contract Awarded.St. the m"vdtlut cores a cola In one .
) benefit of the merchants who ship during the last congress l lul I came across all ailvertyment of pr.Prase i i tinj.j t:very woman want* a :. '

ll their goods to the various army upon which the senate failed .to act, '*. I at t'nIrleJ Dr. Pierces Golden Louis. July 2.-The contract for I own and if i-he will tray> a' .::1;. w
Medical Discovery! and 'Plea ..nt PeUstV I I erection of the art palace the .
; I the Thus. C. Watson
potts were: usrd about of the Pellets' and ten : :\1II\\'lnUy. I k Co.,

i I l#.\t* |Vni coli\ .. ". ...... 7:"h a. m. George II: Koester, collector int' r- bottles of the '1I1":0'ry'fh@h brought me most Impn\Jltant of all the Louisiana : The undersigned takes thi* method leading Heal Estate .\#'nt-. '
r Lrnvct Ititrranea ... 1:511 iam baik to former state of health." j
li S t tracer Hirl><-n. .. .. .. aISi' a. in.avd nal revenue, district of South Carolina. my Purchase exposition (contracts has !i )f JtI ring her services as a I can show her how eay it i i-1 .
h l>- I'.nrrMnc'HH ....... -:15 a. III.L..a".I'.o."ol" Postmasters: Dr. Pierce' Pellets cures constipation. been awarded to the Goldie Construe : first-class licen-ed midwife hav- ; sue'
I ... ....1o:15a.01.I .
tk Arrive Hormnc-a-i 11:1\111. m. and then Kt-nlu'ky-Samuf-I 0. Hanson Uorra. I i tion company for $915.127.The : i tub had 35 :year. experience -- -

makes H trip to Port McKre niul tlien return I I II I I Same Old Story. II j Can give bet of references from Buy a new garden II./
I' lo KnrranrHs. ;: TWO ODD FISHES. '
1.4'.\>-. hurr nr .... 11; :' p. m. North Carolina-Jcnes W. Mulle-i J. A. Kelly relates an experience 'leading physicians MRS. M.of this JlDUENS city. from the Willis{ II arc 1 ll'fr
l.4'a"I' .. 1:-"i p. in. I similar to that which has happenedin ,
t !...*\... I.'ul" ... tM\i. m. Charlotte. The rhnimrnlile rink Hind find the almost every neighborhood in theUmlp,1 Jltf 111 South DeVillier;, l'it. Coils ,
Lra ru-kdi 5:15 mAtrif Itainliotr llurd Parrot Fish. I fany
>c- p. South Carolina-J. P. Murphy, Pant i
States and has been told andretold
KnrrHiicn n..n I makes
'' aDd
p.m. I
i', trip toMClrrandreturn. I berg; I.andrum Pailgttt Pelser; Jefferson :., The clear limpid: waters that nir- by thousands of others. lie

t If i, OnV'fdiie-cay4aiulS.iturdays| the I F. Richardson, Greenville; Geo round 11'1.,11.1:11),1: the West Indies pay;;: "Last summer I hail an attackof DR. M O F F ETT'S

,PickCa I D. Shore, Sumter. le:: aliove coral reefs covered with dysentery and purchased a bottle of

p. Louisiana E. Posey, Baton 'I plantt and animals many of which are I Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and

I t The (teneral French I is, for army I Ron pp. brilliant in color! a< a rainliow. They Dianhoea firmedwhith, I used according -
only and! anyoutsider mu-t I j to directions and with entirelysatisfactory
hart look like lim"s.'s:! of fairyland and as I
A pot... from the cju.irtenna i Georgia-A. M. Smith Brunswick.There I lesults. The trouble was
wanders from wonder
jour eye one
.' o take pa-rage 01 her. I was also a large numh..r'c.f : controlled much quicker than former
I nncith'-r you catch yourself f-triunj to (( TEETHING POWDERS
jl army brevet nominations: which failed! attacks when I used other remedies )
Peek just around some corner Into a
to secure favorable action of the sen Mr. Keely is a well-known citizen of IIU.I'JR'.4. Ark t-I
Sugar Laden Steamer Ashore. ate. i strange !nook half hoping to see aItevy Henderson. N. C. For sale by all R ..J. W.Berr (of Arkanias Meh x1l'lPorferenc .wiit<>i:> "F.r fc-4 It it f ct e'twoparkaieaof"TEi.THINA"
:'i j New Orleans July 2 -The Spanishtoamship -.-,- of mermen and mermaids sporting druggists and medicine dealers. Kiln lent ana package and it cam We."\I at a mint oppnnnnc time:our bal In m.tln wu a a.-11.1. ,14 "- ..(
.\I"'la. Captain I.u/.arraia. : and playing: within the crannies. heel in bad condition for dens au" nothing Cut.. saw did an, g<\ I; ih.n .1perfect .
Vacation Days. I relief and he hu had no onber trouble. Other membrri uf toe lam .f &.'. ..j
11 from Cuba with rartro of sugar con Here Is a patch of pale green sea lettuce bteo a perfect IUce..'.

11I vlgnrd/ to the American Susar Hefln- Vacation time is her e and the children !- there a group of great purple IF YOU ARE '
are fairly living out of doors.Tlure 'BOYS l'o >ou I.h to iiiak- i "? vnicinry a
: fag company, at New Orlf'an'nl sea fans yonder some golden corals : and GIRLS dininn (.purr 01"11I1" J

t aground this morning! !: on the \\ethore could be no healthier place for standing out like a shelf or branchinglike LOOKING FOR BARCAINS II vn.)uu run readily tin .... by. .. ,.
tin in. You need only to guard against IIDII{ our Blueine." 4U per rent, commission on all ..10. An mdi'|" n.ahly rn. ). (.,
1 .' of South Pa>..s. Her position is the afd'knts\ iiuiilintal to most open- a tree, while among;: them all bnuteliola u,e. Krc-ry ISlly Ib dt'lIl/hUIl hI'li lheTire, H our tlfri nmkf lire r'i.-
considered not dangerous and she is swim lovely fishes that take the place I Blur-viti-r you ever used in the wa-h. Wrilr loilay bt-forc jour tirntmjr i- token I"
t. air spoils. Xo remedy equals DeWitt's11'itch some owe flse, and we will send by return mall on. i.. /-n tarka5r..I "Blu,,",."
;f 4'.e-t..1. to he pulled off in a few llaztl Salve for quickly stopping of the fairies: that should! dwell In this For the next ten days I will sell When you have sold them return us >.II.., rftainit.g tl-) 1."la'lIl! l"r r i.ur d II I" I'.Itln.
hours. pain or removing danptr of serious magic land and fascinate you by their Io not delay, but write at once
stock .\. (a.t1.l.L1l.BI ( <' Is. lloitll. I'lilla I'.
consequences. For (.\lts. scalds gorgeous: colors and their graceful you any article now in at a : %( .11'1'1. -

Millions for English Trolley Lines. and wounds. "1 used )), Witt's AVitch wavy motions.Th'rt' discount of 25: per cent from the reg-

New York Ju!>' :2 --Thomas A. NevJcf. Hazel "Salve for sores cuts and is a great green "parrot fish," ular price. Think of it-you will ROYAL mm '\mm\'
bruises says L. B. Johnson, Swift. as brilliant in color as his namesakethe
of Last Orange, N. J., will sail ,, save ii"on: : a diamond ring or pin.
Ttx. 1t is the h the
st remedy on bird showing himself boldly and
on atllr.Itn: take tip the work ofonetru'ting : maikft. Sine for piles! anti where at regular price it would cost
cure swimming;: along slowly, secure from I Old in Casts of I 4 Full at S3.ZO
8 Years Quarts cm
117 mile per
< of trolley hns skin diseases. Beware of counterfeits $1(10. See; you save 2-; cent on ,
assault! His scales
any are preen as
1 I tttartn nvriKvil anti Manches'er. liarcis' Pharmacy, John Sheppard the fresh grass of springtime, and each | every dollar's worth you buy. Now t' -- -- -

1 and rmhra ing side lines: totiohin and Sydney Mahn.t one Is bordered by a pale 1 blown line. I I i is the time to buy your diamonds or :.; WlfHKKYi-di-tilledattie! Nel."I, f '

, many |' :' His tins: are pink, and the end of the i watch or any other article in stock ,
J entail ann'ml.ture| of $"_I1fwlliluni I'siir Iteharlineat J tail Is banded with nearly every color I' very cheap. Call and examine before bottliuj; it is absolutely pure and not ei
all of which will I.' furnished I.rI .. him<: '!1f I celled in quality by any \Vhi-ke-y <>f the inie age
i :( ('u tumcr (:m.i:!iins: ( of the rainbow He i Is showy but this
) Koods.. Remember this offer is where The fioyal J'oIlIlibrd;
matter produced.
American I no
nalll'lt'rs fmni in Ial''r'! dlairl-I'inisJlol.
I nap i! showine serves him a pood purpose. only ten days. No trouble to show is eight years old when tattled and.1. l'"II"III..rlll

Auks i.OOO for St. Vrams Release. i-hV His flesh is bitter and poisonous to good*. J. I. STEPHENS, its excellent quality i i- the cheape-t: "."..k"y in
Iftrlrr-ie5. sir; quite some time man and probably so to other fishes aswell Aa beverIge. and .*
the market at that
Helena. :Mont July! 1.- :Man.iir Andrews I 112South Palafox street, price.
UL.O.I'lerienl. ,' and let him well alone tiniulant there I- none better
!I' of the Tiiruiiia bas,'hail chili they for --- an absolutely pure .
fates that he will not take less than Cif-toii'er-lnlte-! Then 1 they can recognize him afar off, thanks The finest line of umbrellas in the I :Shipped in ca-es containing 1111 m.irk ,l..itev r t'

t ; must have torn 11I,1ulin; ;: in a quiet : to his gaudy dress.l'ndcrncath city is at J. I. Stephens', Go look indicate content If pureha-er np''n pxainiiiin
t. .1.0. fur St Vrain's reli'ast', and ur- 11:11' them. the whi-key, is lint ",tt1-fied! with the quality li*
the at
parrot lying; on the I
J 2Noll he i III pail that Mini he will use lIII'ht'r1111 surely have, Mr.I lieittom. Is a "pink hind." You notice I I can return the same at our 4'q"'De ut.d, money

111 utmost endeavors to prevent St ('noil I l'1I.tulllt'r-It was certainly i I I'yny-l'.aliam lu-linr flight Away will be refunded.
I him. and as the parrot passes our him j I UK] makes a e ceiicod of cou Jw mid cold e All orders should be ne'potnju-iifd by either
Vraln from playing in any .protertelOtiperatc .
i kind c.f not to awaken me.The
very you he suddenly changes;: to bright scarlet I i 'tolice mttneyorder. bunk draft "r express
; league rest has done me good: and I am and as quickly resumes Inn former I ID 4L 'VORXA. EIGHTYEARS OLD po order. We! refer to Iut&tl"lml

1 I \ery thankful to you for what was faint c-cilor. Had the parrot been loiiking Bean thSignature. the Klsd Yct Nata A'eals' ) !'uI! Hank or any merchant in 1'en-acoia.!

Criminals Break Jail.Washmcton n-ally a xery refre-.liin sleep. for his dinner and thought the hind: : ll _'
I -Joe Ih.rber nientioii sir. It's :n
July : 1tinterItuit it. would make a good first course this i of FRIEDMAN

on trial for his ltf.'. Hill Htl.-on. thecaplet only a fair return. I attended your j I smlden change/ eif color might have t S. A. ,

I: and other prisoners hroke lail church\ last Suiid.iv.linl !! seared him off. jiM as the sudden bristling i! // you wish ;;very best .g

early thi.s mnruinc: The whole country ;; of a cat makes a clog; shame his i! ice cream fl'eeer at the very ,l Sn1.PKOI'KIETOK.. I'E\rAI'uLA.FLA.
I..n a""II.1 thf ; \\ They MVrr lln" Llnic.
has in .pursuit.BJnon
t miwl.11t'n the hind is disturbed at
t \ I U the (in oiur who narrowly At iin exhibition e>f paintings in London niL'lit. he ghee out flashes of light to '\lowest price, the Willis 1', O. BOX 11$. Tl.l.r.l'IIONK: : ITtti

.J t' j (caiM-d I lynching; recently at'in.. in one of the galleries bug the startle the intruder and send him awayin \ Hardware Co. can please 1l ISKE - ----- --
. notable picture "111\\\ I..ill;': In the OlclcnTimes. amaa M..IrMM. '
cellll.'JI. ." An elderly! farmer and his a fright.-1'rofessor! C. L. Bristol lln you. ____ "- handle every ch "f L quori sold. In

I wife paiiMcl before this picture, viewIIIK Nicholas.. We will launder your spreads for j bulk or bottle, wholesale or retail at price thai

A. It Ita-> \loreanto\\n.: : Ind., had I it with ,'\'ident satisfaction 16 cents each and make them look jA are way down.

to pet up ten or twilxc times in the' 1 "' said the old lady "what'sthat' A Cure For Summer Complaint. like tow. Star Laundry. AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER.
I tight and had M\TI backache: and -
t pains in the kidtu y... Was cured! hyKolej's Summer complaint is unusually prevalent I
I John then turned over the leaves ofthe among children this season. A
.j Kidney Cute. Sold hy W. A.q .. lAHCKE&CO.
I IAbtnl! lieri.U'l: South I'alafox street c-atalo-jue; he rained."They : well: developed case in the writer's fJfI

cit 'lla wkiu; I' th' Owden family was cured last week by the 'e

Time.' said he. timely use of Chamberlain's Colic I !bV iignattir In. on every box of the genuine

j I Sneak Thief Taps Till for $300. "Hawkins! Why. what are: they Cholera and Diarrhoea Ih'nwdy-one Laxative Bromo-QUinineTablets Plumber Gas and Steam fitter

I f' I Macon. Jul> I1111... one of the Basking"she;: Inquired. of the best patent medicines manufactured the remedy that cares a cold In one daj. ,
and which is
1 i mt'mtlf'r,; "f 'he rtrni of Cassidy & (i.l; "1 clunno," he replied, "l ut I spect always kept onhan,1
at the hom of sorihe. This
I 1splt. ..,,1.1101..1. on Cotton a\enu-. I they're trying to sell them birds. 13 not intended as a free ye puff for the Water coolers that do not No. i South Palafox Street

,* > wan at the fiiint <1
11 3<, ? < !its k. a necro sneaked int.i No False Claims. liS, but to benefit little sufferers who Co.'s.WEEKLY VWII1.Pl4ONFI Ma '. "sNMav'I i A ...r..
I' tl... rear di..>r sei/ed the money drnvr The proprietors of Foley's Honey may not he within easy access of a -

I in whnh Ih..r.a" that: and etraju'd and Tar do not advertise this as a physician. Xo family should.! be with HC1IKL>UL >

II u... way he t ntered. Mr. OilJrfpt. : "!llIl'e cure for "consump'ion." Theydo out a bottle of this medicine in the A. M.Av'ery5uecF.ssoR:

1 jot a elinit'M' .>t' him a" he d.irttd I not claim it will cure this dread house, especially in summer time.- FOR STEAM DIVISION
complaint' in advanced eases, hut do Lansing, Iowa Journal. For sale by
thiiuuh! the Ih'r.C..I."I. KLtXrCHICTKKSIlNAji
IHlsili.tassHt that it will cure in all druggist and medicine dealers. 'Lf"1 t,
the eather stages and never fails to i HAlLWAY CmU'A04Y.

.. rust.alth cite comfort and relief in the worstrases. Train leave l'en6acoll for tbe Lllti. IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF

I" ''. ,,' IIf ,, Foley's Honey and Tar is Bayou Hill luyou. Wfcrrlniton N ty i.nand
.I ;& :: t Tie
ttii-l'iin.l..; do kntmthatft ,, without doubt the greatest: throat and aDome well. rort Barrancai Iteum
\.nr you .
hung r.meilj. RefiiM substitutes a. m.arrlve at Fort Karraacai !:18i.Llo'oo
I* a ii'iilitlf f.i t that meat causes I' Sold b\' \V. .\. D'AI-'nib. rt.'. Ul: South a.m.arrive at Port Karrancas 10:.6.t I
I lia.l tiiuiM-r: I Palafox .-tr. t. furnished home. Marston PUUD.m.arrive at Fort Karranoai lI5 p D

i Mrs. In- .I&rr'Ih.. .. I 11\: \'(, notiieilit 8W: p. m. arrive at .tort Karrancai 4l8pt i N Haw Mull and -'awh'at
> :
) ----- -- # Quina can supply you 6-15p m. arrive :ort Barrancai T'JOpL: Iron, Sail, Axe. .
ft alw nn .1.".". :u:-I I SHvially when it's i "*::f*1 p.m.arrive at I'ort Barrancai tMf.t :inrplieCooking and JI"ltint".v.: -, ".III.: Jilt
with all
iI needed in the way Trains 'eive Fort Barrancai for Penn and Fi-vnn T..rkle
ij uriifJ. New Perk \\ "(k'y.Imlf I Window Ola". (jun Fi-t'ils !
of house furnishings at the cola at
Iif ;' CASTORIAFor I 1:1 a.m. arrive at Hcnsacola .-. 8:00: I, B Agatc anil Tinware ana( Il()ll Crurni hill :;; H( lolly.H'AUENri ,
\ mid .InUIn: 111.Mr. 1Qwes!prices cash or credii.tMICMrSrtR'S 11-uu p m. arrive at t'"nliacolall: p.n
f! SiiinU* Wtf. Willie, has yor.iInter Infants and Children. :!:00 p. m. arrive at Fensacola J..S (.a FOR BIRMINGHAM IlOLLINM MILL CO II'AXY-:1:
cnsacola 5:45
S-!.) m arrive at p D f
hi .. loadup hiT iiiiml to go to thf (tie Kind You Have Always Bough; 7-00: p p. m. arrive at Feneacola_ ,_ I: jp Revere Giant stitched Belting: N-.rttiampton Kmiy
;il I. t'llll'rtllh 1110"': [HOLISM 1s5. p. m. arrive at Pensacola. t.SJsHatardayionlr e Wt.eel Co., Laftin & Rand Powder Co.. Jolin! oi'a K .1-

"'illt's.: Sho'5 tnatlo nj her minJ Bears the r ENNYRQYAL_ PilLS WEEK ,omine, Iron Kin and Buck Stoves and Itallj{"". Wui.
".: and .h.! ''> ilia I.ill:: up her face now. C'gnature of // '\.!., ...U'..."",Iclnl.e.".ud: a Osly I.11.-"nul.."'.... feniacoia FARE to Fort Barrancas and return it Coups & {'O'II Raw Hide Lace Leather. )la-urY'tf

Iiht"III.t.! ,l<>-.\ n sii a IIIUU{('. It ('JlI'Ut."Tt.W.. .. t.-'CLJ: .II Feniacola to Navy Yard and return_ IVPeniaoola Made Railroad Colors.
I .lot. II.a'. ( .14 awn. : I.'a" wdI.1.a.ether.
I to Palmetto Beach and reurlllllo
Y' .
-- -- j Hr' Temple.) $ Pfensarola. Flu.
I ,1 SCNDAY SCB5DCD1. Masonic
, \Vik-n-the-\VaHT.! the flrst I I r.: II.... e : n,ye' 7-eeeitt ..aft' I. ut. ,
: .tsmp. I....'..:.... Trol'...'.". When weather permits the running o
: tenniN'ut on I.iLt Krie, iua>k' her first \ r 11; ao' "':,Urr..rt..dl.'r..ty re.urn cements.Leavi .
"all. 1nnnw ...,_ ... open
f' s .4"a
trip! from K. V-s .
i .
t a vaih 9a.m. 10a.m. l
1'1ieaftn i : on Sunday and nr- 1
lla.m. II m. \
i lit lug; on TIurlo.I.IY. FREE SCHOOL BOOKSSenate 1p.m. ip.m .
tp.m Ip.m.I AND DEALER I*
\, Bill No. 132; A Bill to be etRta Ft* Pie(J for onntturildifcfcarere.ialUmniKi p. m t'O ,
Two Bettles Cured Him. 'p.m pm.
in Itoitaa LATHS
entitled: "An Act to provide for school Oearaowed irritations or ul.tratt LJcl tfm tp.m. ftl LUMBER ,
"I was kiilnt'y complaint SMrarwrara mutual tufuunnft.P ip.m p.m ,
fnt two M-ars.:' writes A. books in the counties of this State. raals r.a.a4p. mle led not ttuia* rAga P03 aoP DAY
H 1)1\\11I..f Mt ::'.'rline.! la. "hut two sa meEYA.sChrkr4ei, gent orpoteonuusrcasITio. t'eaiacolato art Barraccti Psry SHINGLES-Klm.Er !l Sa!
The bill passed the senate by a vote *.M by DrmcxlfU, lard and return--- to ; ill SAWED CYPRESS
: Curffectr I
bottle .If Fo'v s
r.La. ct tent io plain wraplrr, ftniaoola to Palmetto each ana
' a rH-rnian''nt 'ire't M hy W A of 17 to 11, Mr. Myers voting against 1 T eirrwt. prepaidr .IIIPIl. ____ ____ I& FLA.'ir .
Ir.\lt'mhl'rtt' 121 a nth Palaf'X stre..t it. (Senate Journal, Page 611.) ;I.oi. ur a seat bltdee ca.nq U75.ircular err. No ireight received atttr Isle p. n>. I .- --- PENBACOLA. I'io

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JtS OijJHEMIIt'NPvr "Let the GOLD DUST: twins do jour work." I

Pale and Sparkling. Bottled Only at the Brewery St. Louis. BIGTUNNEUJAYESIN ;: 11I For State Senator. I

SOLD EVERYWHERE. I i The friend Hon. \V. A. B'ount! County Conunistioner.I 13 13For

Accident on Lake Erie Alliance I hereby announce him as a candid ite )hereby announce myself a) *
_. for State Senator from thi, the /sec candidate for county commissioner *
Senatorial! Di-trict. and respectfully from di-trict, subject to the action <

Irrr'.r....,..,... ALABAMA STRIKE IS ON. and Wheeling Road, I II II i ii I ask the support of all Democrats of the voters at the ensuing democratic :

,.. s de devil out t>r one I for rim at the coming primary.For primary July 15.
: ,
II i j D. W. C. YARBROfOir. I
!: .t '..r Dickey, "be puts Eleven Thousand Miners Observe Or. liT CAME WITHOUT WARNING. Representative. .. I

.ti m df Ut'I' one. NoJ der To Quit Work. I _______ i iII I i The friends of Scott M. Loftin take For County Commiaiioner. F
'" enough ter keep Birmingham Ala.. July 1.-The fate "r
suspension It Feared Many Workmen EngagedIn 'nun this means of announcing him a* a The friend of J. B. Robert an. I
:). ,\1 mta Constitution. of work by the coal miners ot i candidate for Representative in the nouuce him as a candidate for re- i

Birmingham district begun today. Excavating Have Been Buried Under I Legislature from Escambia county election as county coimnUMoner '

tt1t1f1' 11 About 11,000' miners, according to President the Tons of Rock and Earth and they desire the support of all from District 1, subject to the action

Flynr., of the Mine Workers' Democrat* in the coming primary. of the democratic primaries July ]
ot-1 i 1
tl= Doctors Hurried to the Scene. i 15. They believe that the material
served the order to {I ;
quit At 0
jlf You For Representative. interests of the county demand bit '
the Woodward mines employing 500 Minerva. Ohio. July 2.-With a OUST The friends of Henry C. Clopton.j re-election and they ak the support {

men the miners went to work this rumbling and grinding that could Le ;j i GOLD announce him as a candidate for of every democrat in securing it.1 I +

morning as usual under a temporary heard for miles the tunnel on the representative in the Legislaturefrom
solves the problem of easy dish washing. It cuts
RheumatismURICSOL agreement to last until the Indlanap- I lAke Erie Alliance and Wheeling: grease and: cleans dishes better than arything Escambia county, and requestthe For County Commissioner.I .
j; Does quickly, well and economical. of all democrats in the
lis its worse support
convention of miners, which assem. railroad near here, caved in its entire announce myself a candidate for
Mode only by THE N. K. FA1RBANK COMPANY. coining democratic Primary
Lies July 17. shall take action in reference length parly today. i Chicaao. New York Boston, St Louis.' I election as coun"ty commissioner for i <

the great tested and to the local association. j Work was commenced some time! I Makers: o! OVAL FAIRY: SOAP. For Representative.The district No. 1. at primary to be held \ t
July lath, and ask for the of
endorsed laliforma The pumpers and firemen have not ago to uncover and make a cut of the friends of Uhas. :\1. Co*ton announce I democrat support tall

area Remedy Uver. Kidney will cure and been called out of any of the minl!'!. | bill and borne of it had been accomplished. 1- Entertained by Crowninshield. him a* a candidate: for rep- LEE ])' IELL. .
\rt>, tauvd ty ao excvsi of so the is had resentative in the leld-lature from ;
property amply protectedfrom A few of the men gone i, London July 2.-Joseph Choate. the I -
L rer Im'i: and builds up cambia countand theaok the
itrergth nbile using it injury. The opening day of tin to work this morning and UK men United States ambassador, and Mra support of all democrats iu the ecuinir For county Commisiioner.I :

t, .r U.,It '.bottle.! wonderful For Belo cer- suspension was unmarked by any s !n- were preparing to go in when, without j Choate Henry White, secretary of the prim-jry.: I| friends of W. A. I"helbhere- ,
I Jl pt-r '
II four dniKKlat vas not satlonal incident. warning, the entire hill settled down United States embassy; anllroi.. I by announce his candidacy for reelection -
K 'I toe seat prepaid upoaa.losAngelesCal. I For Railroad Commissioner. as cnuutcomllu. loner
i |
on the tracks. J Ji White and Captain Richardson Covi !

I AI11rcoSI Another Death From Luciano Raid. i Just how many men were caugt 11:i er. the United Slates naval attache Recouizmg fully tr.e rights of the ]! county from district, subject the 3 action of cambia of the t ,
farmers and producers to more consideration II
\ : Chemical New Orleans July 1-Joseph G'?:,- ', and injured is not known, but all the t and Mrs. Clover, lunched this afternoon at the hands of the FlorIda I democratic primaries July 15, and 1'I \

I or tniv raihi. one of the Italians wto attacked doctors f-om here have been taken :o :t with Rear Admiral Arent 3.i Railroad Commission, I solicit I ask for him the hearty support of all t j

: :" Drug Co., Atlanta, 6a. Antonio Luciano's barricaded I the scene. Traffic on the road will i Crowuinbhield on board the United the support of all Democrat who I I democrats. .

tr.Outing Agents.tt1S home on the night of June 11. died last ''be stopped for quite awhile as a n- 1: States flagship Illinois at Gravesend. approve of the declaration of priniciples i For County Coniiiiis
I uer.
night at the Charity hospital of suit of th. disaster.! i set forth in my platform.Copies l ;
""'''N I
of consideration I
wound received in the conflict. Irs platform any one appeal .
made the fourth death German Exports to United States i I Foley's Kidney Cure purifies the addressing: me at Wen Palm Beach, I to my many friends and the demo .

Nasal I the raid. Salvador growing;; out if Berlin July 1.-The Berlin consulate's I blood by straining out impurities and Fla. R. HUDSON KURR. I cratic voters as a candidate: for the
Luciano and Vin- I office ot county comuris-inner from
S lAfBAll cenzo Ventura were almost instantly report shows that the exportsto tones up the whole system. Cures For County Treasurer. district four of E-cambia county.

CATARRH Qo killed in the Luciano stronghold. The the United States for the past i] kidney and Madder troubles. Sold; by The friends of Frank E. Brawner Please remember me at the primary

., utre wg neAt day after having been releasedon : quarter were $1.938.650: an increase of'|'I\V. A. D'Alemberte, 121 South Pala- hereby announce him a a candidatefor election of the democratic party

..toI jnnrargft/ bond, Antonio Luciano killed Har- J22M24.: For the fiscal year the exports I i I fox street. County Treasurer of Ecambia July 15,19u2. D. M, )IEKRI1T.
I County, subject to the action of the
: Olive Fla.
$3,234,607: increase -- ,
were of
'. Balm an ----
:n tholo Ferrari over the coffin of Sal- : democratic primaries July 15, and ,

c yDrylANrI. vadore claiming that It was Ferrari's j 1619015. I ask for him the support of the voter For County Cuniiniiutionpr.
i I I II II :
.... 5 knife which killed his brother Salva-: ___ .
4 For County Treasurer.I The friends of R. Rathwell of
tf f>Hl dore. I I The Best Liniment For Strains.I -r
,1 Bluff Springs hereby him ;
announce myself a candidate for announce
I F. II. Wells the merchant at renomination for tne position of as a candidate for County Commissioner 1

.:'II ; wd Into the Dootr.I: ,IlIrf'\i $100 mw.\lm .$ioo. : Deer Park, Long Island, N. Y., says: > : \ county treasurer of Escambia county from district So. of E-cam
-a tl :, .'*ir!>ei, Ieetem- j i 1"1 always recommend Chamberlain's I bia county, subject to the action of I
to the action of the demo-
The readers of this will be I
f', .,wt I: U not lryn-dorj: paper {| Pain Balm as the best liniment for cratic the democratic primaries July 15,
_' Lave: size 5'cents K bra. pleased to learn that there 1 is at leat I strains. I used it last winter for a J. \V. FRATER.For and ask for him the support of the I

1i*.Sl S./?, !0 cent by ma:,. one dreaded di-eass that sciencea '|'severe lameness in the side, result- ritL voters. .I

..i.K: >.J< Uirrea Street.New: York. i strain and was greatly Tax Assessor.I -' ,
lug from a
; been able to cute in all it;;taf's Chairman Executive .
pleased with the quick relief and cure Committee.The
hereby announce myself ae a
mild that catarrh.. Hall's Catarrh .
+ it effected." For sale by all drug i candidate for re-election as Tax Assessor friends of John It. Jones hereby -
is the
Cure ,
only cure now
positive and medicine dealers. announce his candidacy for chair-
gists for Escainbia county, subjectto
PUBLICITY FOR i Known to the medical fraternity
man of the cambia County Democratic -
Catarrh being a constitutional dk.e'te i the action of the democratic primary
I Know One !'lure Uemet.r 15. Executive Committee, subject -

THE PEOPLE ment., requires Hall's Catarrh a constitutional Cure i is taken treat (cr an obstinate cold. Jib name U P oyf'oiiilnctor. -BaleaDrrles. L 1,1. i July W. W, RICHARDS. to the action of the democratic
voters the county at large at the
internally, acting directly upon the I primary July 15: and ark for him
For Tax Collector.I
t % Word Costs 1 on a Cent, i blond and mucous surfaceof thesyt"in ( .
the hearty support of the voter*. .
'InJ; K>er>' Wrrd is HeadIt thereby (df-troyiii the foul !! "Isn't this awfulV" asked the com- j hereby announce myself as a a- a "

i\er\rtoil: '. dation of the: .1i"1':'-l', and ;;ivin; the niiiii Itxikiu man un the crowded streetcar. candidate for re-election as Tax Collector For Secretary Executive Committee. '

_:;..,. .. : )- -:__ ...;.>.;..: ;;: -;. e I ell patient.atitllti011' stmisth and by aui building i-tiiK nature; up the in "tati t"this awful Why, there" are !, For Baking Bread the for action Ecarubia of the democratic county, subjectto primary The friends of Ben D. BI ers announce .
already l''>. jxiiple! cm this car.
.\II'\j 1''ru J I'; u. doing it- Wi.rk. TLprl ,rir-tor; i, July his candidacy for Secretary
j 15.A.
.-. naveD: iinicli faith in curative "It is awful" agreed the person addrrs ]i a GAS RANGE is always reliable. H. D'ALEMEEKTE. of the E-cambia County Democratic:

;;fjl. who va'; a strwt railway j -- Exeutive Committeeubject to the
I \s l.iHi-'tiuM: !urn- ptiwirthat thryo1TrrIne Hundred I Your oven is I For Tax I
ready to the Collector.
M I "It is awful. There ought to always action of the democratic of '
, \ sad: Hli Windof p r- Dollarfor any ca-" that it failto riiirn.ite.; j I voter
1. fiifi>' :Mnett-st, cure. Send for li-t of t timouials Lf at least twenty more in lu-re. I'll! minute, at just the temperature youI The friends of Henry J'.elliiiger I the whole county at the primary
l"\ A. thl..r.1"
.t \1'1' v nounce him a* a candidate for Tax
_... .. ,, and hat July 15; and ak for him the
I r i : AdJre -, F. J. CHENEY A- Co., take that conductor's number e i I want, and it of support
you can keep at the Collector Ecambia countsnb.- of the I him wi the carpet tomorrow."-BaIII-i! to the democratic to beheld i voters.' .
ject primary j. _
... ,
I MI 1'.lr""I. lr-old Dru.t.=. jjc.; right temperature all through the
i ; .
\ t.IlII'emll' \:un.I 15. l'H.i2! and the
t ... ant>. 'st- 1\1 towt -- -- --- I July ( reque-t I For Member Executive Committee.
....1''.. I... Bnn.k'. 1 baking. You don't have to worry support of all Democrat. j
... star ..., Men Cat in Death Trac. !
i i i > : .1' : oht I IV T-r Hri.lnl Ur.-nlli. --- ----
.. rltua : about draughts, damper or chimney I anpounce
i <.n!e.-tiiwn. (),. July 2!.Three TLC bridal wreath Is usually formed ; For Member School Board.

... -, ----- i 1,' ''! ;? is. Mi'.a. Simon and Luke Shrw of myrtle liraiiehcs in tirmany.. It is i your bread is always ri;ht. There The frit'lld-l.f. M. A::ertou >erej I jbtr of the County Executive Corn1 i
I I 'I \ '1 m"n.- .iinittee from precinct 1J: and a-k fur
,I ,. ... > made of bins In Krancc as 1 i by announce candidacy for the '
. n want, i i\i: '. ware caught on the trestle cf ortume suins is notlinlike; gay for baking.No. : nomination aa nifnibfr of the[ (tint the votes of the democrat" ofI
'rr" i w -i r.i' ;
'.' .I\!" ", mr.i.d! 11lrRl N.:.honing! Valley! electric: line near well as in the {'lIill',1taho;. In Italy 'Ischocl board from di-tnet N<>. 3ubject I the precinct at. time primary July 15.I .
rt in I.h.t.,. : N :MULL! '/1... tUlt.el .-, 4 miles east of here la tied the Trench cantons of Switzerland -
:* i iun to the democratic primary:
In-:f ,I !: and in an endeavor to escape it i is of white In Spain tie Pen acola Gas Co. I! July the 15th. HIlI: I For Member Executive Committee.

,. flnwers! of hich it composed are I"'d i Tiif! friends of Frank
r. --- ------ -- ----- linlly announce
: : 'lfI.\tY njui> lay down on the edge of the I.
i I' t and iuKs. In the islands ffJreero him all a candidate for f
'h" I' pro- roses i> For Member Board Public Instruction.The >i< mi -
rals I.ukr struck the 3 S. Palafox St.
was by tai Pensacola, Fla !
. i :<,1 1 esnti'ii ( inc leaves.rrve the purp"st friend- nf Hon. Elij tl. Ward i ber of the County lAecutivCom- ,
> have and! died\ from fractured skull. Mike I
\ \ .I''. ..'il-U tO I a and i'i IVlu-mi.i roM-ninry i*' mpln.udIn I. annoU1H'j hi- uahiu aa candid.tte Minitteo from precinct l I 1.:; and a-k for ::. I
I' i I"n' A Co. I 1 ., i h r-'s loft arm torn off, hip fracture In ti ruinn Switzurluul a crown oinrtilit CHOICEST for reelet">ii a- member of the linn theupport of the niocratic 3 ;

: Penbl.n .- .r il IIOM-' broken! and is in a critical Hoard of Public In-truction from I voterof the precinct at the primary j,,
I ; ',, veryonrr:1 lul bowers takes tile place(: of the ,
: .. rnonvv f ifi.u'tn::. Simon was knocked ort wreath. -OFAT- district No. ;a of K'euir.bia county, July I 15.; ;

n IttfI.'H into a gully 3d feet below, but escaped -abject t'i the action cf till democratic : I

wit!' blight injuries. i Then the fnr<:iht 1'1111.! .. f FRUITS AHD CONFECTIONER) prnnarifJuly: ) 15. I For Executive; CoTrmttetman. >
I I Ile\ I her by announce my. elf as a
Your death and death are plainlyof
iny For County Commlssicner.r I candidate for member of the County
.< i n !'I ('ntllim Fatally Shot by Curglar. importance t" om.-el\es. The thick 1 Executive
hereby ai.nonnce my-elf aa i Committee from Precinct
.11..,.1)tlicstliilr.K.u of- New York July 2,-Albert C.. Lat pliiuiea will he .tripptil off our hear!>.',;' candidateItir -elfCtioii! ito: cnunty 11;I Thirteen and solicit theuppurt off

.. .01 l.v :Mts' : finer a wealthy stationer of this city : within the hour, tears will dry l.tnt C. APOSTLE'S comnlls"l>lltr from di-tnct 2 of E;. j, )"IllICrttlc voterat It!,.- eotniiigprimary.
t .. .fir.\ rfturntdni :h.- ..|oi ; who Ihs in Brooklyn, was fatally shot i hearts close ajain; our praxes grow cambia county. -ul>j.t to the' action ( JAMK-h. :-.\\"EE. F:\'. ji

i 'i tin' .-rhool.. early today at his home In a struggle l lewd with the churchyard and, although !14 East Girermtit: St. of democratic P1itnurie-July 15 I -
I 1'11I".al.o, and ak >i>ort "f the] voter-. ]i For Executive Committeeman.The .
I' Filliaaewens, with a burglar. The burglar escaped, we anaw.iy, the world war; son. |
w ,.if I,,.HOIII> in leaving bib shoes and cap behind. Mr. It dot's not miss us, and tho--e wh, FormerlCordot.: RestaurantHtanc JUiINVELH.. I friend-of Tli,>-. \V. Beat: an-
i "to tin'ir r,'t'ul.irt ii'UiiH'i-liim :n a (' inpin- i\
o .- I.,, \\' I. timcr was taken: to a hospital, are near us whi the tirt sh'angcmitwof ; 1 (hE' car-loH'l of Pineapples it $1,11 For County Comm-ssioner.: 'bpI' of the 1I"III"rrlI" r' Executive i

1\ ht'the doctors after an examination : : tacItmry weais oft will not miss u- to :$2.uo per dozen. Mr. Frank Jolin- 1;ereby an- ;.Committee from prtciiict I :. -ul>j@cti i
IIi :! ,\, 1.1':.
said be could not live.! tl11dl i itl '!'.-wader! Smith iu -- ---- ----- -- ---.-' > nouiices himself aa candidate for ;i to the action of the pi imury. and a-k

-In. .:ii thnOSTLT1ER'1'." i i relection a., county l'ommi--ioIlH ;I for him tile -upport of the Voter*.

uiiit aonirsble loin in }=GOLA= from dirtrict four. E-cambia county, j I I
t-rma. ty the> Ilh"rY. Destructive Fire In Norway !
: sw South 1'"t"'tU : subject to the will of the democratic For Member Executive Committee.

t-"Im Christiana, Norway, July( 2.-The fire If you want to Grist and Corn Weal Mills voters in the coming pi itnarie He: I I The friends nf James Mrlluirh an.

I ,.r Itl'lll. which broke out yesterday at aurvU. get well immn, does this for the rea-ou that he nouuce his candidacy for member of

-- ..,.,.. --- province of Jarlsburg. was subduedthis won a bettor cuunot ineilifnc take- fd. F. GONZALEZ; 4 CO., Prop i, | want the office and thinks he can .,, the County Executive: Committee w
,v furouiir-d room at morning. About 13n: buildings CELEBRATED than the be of benefit to the be-t intere-t of from precinct II and a-k for Urn the

--rfl. -- ---silt- were destroyed. The loss i Is estima! : beat Hitters haaith It 1st be antactcrers! ,I I the whole county. If hi= friends support of the democrats of the precinct t >
storerknown re- CHOICE S1KAL,\MPUItEGLIOUND! I and the people interested agree with I at the primary July !IS.;
I' \\ .llll.-.l-Aliil-. ed l to be over a million kroner, about i tor
-- 1i, .cicnce. nnd will I STOCK FEED | him, he will appreciate their sup- -
!/ cure For Member Executive Committee.
i .>. barn liftrhtrTT trade; w, PatronIze Home Industry for there li port. t
> <> <*r*>l no\\ yhort Headache, every reason yon should buy yonr Meal and I The friends of W 11. Wright an. '
i mid, right weeks re- Wealthy Chicagoan Suicides. Stock teed from the Home Manufacturer, | For County Commiss oner. nnunce his candidacy for member of
i I' naict, Initruc-
F Nervousness for by so doing yon encourage home Indai- I
: The friends of J.V.. Brewton of
i.rPPnltd. wa -. \\ rit.. today vice president of the wholesale shoe ;- Flatulency, and you 10 tarn Ire Indirectly benefited. i district No. 5 announce him as a l i from precinct 15; subject to the 1.('. 'I-
trw.srtran.. (..., ,
In fostering the home manufacturer youoontrtbutetothecaoaeol candidate for re-election from aid !tion of the democratic 1
J'ltfv firm of Guthman. Carpenter & primary July
Telling c Indigestion v labor. Yon ow | district, !subject to the action of the j 15 and a-k for him the of { I
and a well! known clubman shot an1 It to community in which yon live andwhich support
\\ : i il solicitor; will payS Malaria, leverand contributes to roar support. I primaries July 15. j the voters of the precinct. r
-- n to rubt onr Adfili "killed himst If at hi< home today. To- I
.. .
nitf _
other! members of tho firm could n it SITTERSPARKER'S Ague. m

\\ .\' :"1'I': U. explain the. eause.Foley's Try It. tIi

\\ ', ::,::uuf men from-hs- .;)tGO TO.l-

.,.,"'t. .- ,,: once..nt to.-piepareforrnm r'lC'1'- Honey and Tar PROFESSIONAL CARDS. It

n, re- l III.t..l'l'dlit"I)- .- __ ----- -.--- -_... i i
IT JI m'"ooDiates. BRAWNER'S.I
W. C. F. E.
ltl\ v N I I' !i ut a illinij 13- 'l'ar. ,
1 > i'i! nnJ him at :%ot.
lltttMl FRED MYERS, FRIENDOF Office: ITS! S. TaUfoi.:

Hours from s to 5::.) a. m. and 1 to 3 p. m

11' .a -M \.klndi of empty. nOTitt brer.KkIEDH4S. THE BEEF TRUSTSenate and after T o'clock 0-For Seven Days we will Offer the Following Prices:-< .*

\ _' III- \\'Ulltfll.I IPliono CC5. i
\\ .-I worthy; person In each A Bill to be 20 doz Men's French Neck drop21)I) Pair Men's New Orleans Hewed You should look at our line of
.1"KLRge hU'III.oJ.1 e'tnhrinancial Bill No. 18: stiched, undershirts for 2c: ; drawers or Cable Screwed Shoes for this sale, Ladies' High and Low Cut Shoes.

.1..1! ktandini: entitled "An Act to prohibit arrange- to match. $1.20; solid leather. We can save you money.
t weekly rash salary sty IR BALSAM
> i ..tln""ta"ltblllll. ments, contracts, agreements, trustsor t9tH. tnd boaal.r.a tbt hPromoiet .. 21 doz Men's Fancy Striped, Lace 175 Pairs Men1 l,0uo yards Lawn, fast colored I i
Hand Sewed Vici
'J'':m pres.brml'iuitrter Nauagrri7:: money: t'aa1'Ot combinations, and certain other ra fill* to Bectore growth.Never Qny and Plain; bilk Finished, Balbrigan Kid Shoes in four different shape worth 8''''c, to close at 6c yard. t
Hair to its Youthful Color. Undershirts at 45c each drawers
'. ca,... J7.\IIII'" acts or things intended to or tendingto Cun cup diprutt A fan ca match. ( ; to toes ; regular fl, for this sale $2.03 a 500 S-Bar Muslin, regular 7o I
a.r.aaLUa !p i I pair. goods. to close at 4''c! yard. f
1:1'1t\'. prevent, hinder or obstruct the law. 10 doz Men X-Bar Undershirts: ,
1 (#)
yards Unbleached Domestic
'VK KKOW.V I.KUHOKXS ful sale of Florida fed beef, or other DR. worth SOc, for We; drawers to match. I have bought the full line of Levyto close; at 41pc. I i
'took and :1(11' beef, meat, or cattle or other edible t' 25 doz Men's Hcriven Patent, seam Pou Co. boys'! shoes that I will close 1000 yards Best Check Ginsrbam, i .

W .HtHardwarel'o'i. limit animal in this state or tendingto : TRY NEW DISCOVERYFOR side! drawers, worth 65c, for this sale out at cost. fast colored, regular 7c goods!, for
i Sac. this sale 6c.
11.\'IHCoUU"'ot. monopolize the sale of or the price I 125 pair Boys' Easy Walkers, regular t
23 doz Boys Extra Size Pants 12 10 pieces White and Red Table
\1.| K\H RERfF-Nannl.crorer: THAT COLD. oOc goods, to close at 35c pair.
; "a'-. nEalrGoode.Hats. Toilet thereof. 17 years, worth f 1 a pair, for this sale Linen, regular 40c good, to close as
iterQt..etc.t' Government Referred to the Judiciary committee; I I l I TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. 50c. 75 pair Men's Low-Cat Patent 25c yard. No one over 5 yards.

of which Mr. Myers was chairman. Cures ConsumptionCoughs, We carry a fall line of Boys' Wash' Leather Shoes! we have been selling 30 pieces Medicated 21-inch Cotton ..a
1 erg t'ur I'une.rltlt;. = ,I Pants. Call and see them. at f2. 0 pair, to close at $l-5 pair. Diaper, worth b5c, for this sale 60c.
61. Colds Bronchitis Asthma
(Page I 1 -
F" "' :''' t."R FL'NEKAL:; tornhned Judiciary Committee after careful
t V .. *0.',Mo.rno.UJa!I"JQ| tt.:! Wen peci I Gregory deslgni examination, returns Senate Bill No.I'' PneumoniaHay LaGrippe Hoarseness This Sale will Positively Not Run Longer Than Seven Days.
risy !
!dlm 18, without recommendation. (Page '

a I l' "'' 1;It..... i Sore Throat, Croup and
: 103.)
Remember the place F. E. Brawner's Candidate for County Treasurer
.'* and Moralordered Leagnl-- On passage of Senate Bill No. 18, Whooping Cough.NO ,

st 1; I:coos tl 'for'tat coitomeri,. Mr. Myers voted NO. (Page 312,) CURE. NO PAY. ll 1O3; SOUTH PALAFOX
Gregory.vale (Senate Journal, 1897]. I Pric 50c. and $1. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE. I I I @


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r. l BOARD OF HIGH-CUSS MR. MYERS NOT VOTINC. "' stalest t ill ttof t \' orli"

Politics and j jPoliticians. PUBLIC SAFETYMET ENTERTAINMENTSFOR House Bill 215, Page 1077, A bill to

be entitled, "An act in relation to The 42.1 Annual Statement
Eiur at the I'oit Office at Pen&acola, fur \.I'ar
fl*., kecood-ciat: matter. NEXT WINTER insurance companies In this state." Ending December 31st, 1901. nt

(The bill became a law and makes
OrnCE ;fltft Building, 211,4 Bouth | IN REGULAR SESSION YES-
I'aIafoI IUNt, Up-Italr. insurance companies, when judgmentis
TER AFTERNOON.The against them, pay the attorney'sfees
The Southern Lyceum Bureau of I
THE NEWS PUBLISHING GO. of other side.) Mr. Myers did )
Louisville, Ky., the pioneer Entertainment
not vote.
-s-- Term: Invariably in AdvanceOB All members of the Democratic Bureau of the South, is organizing ---28june1w LIFE ASSURANCE(
Board of Public Safety met in
1 Yar by Mail ._. _IS w League are requested to meet atClutter's a branch Lyceum in this city, Saves a Woman's Life. Wtlm.1
.. regular session .
weekly yesterday afternoon
I UtMootbi :* 8uOB hall at 7:30 o'clock to-night. with Chairman which will be under direct control of To have given up would have meant Assets! .... ...... ...... . ) ,
i (Carrier Payable Monday 10 presidingand death for Mrs. Lois Cragg of Dor
same of the leading citizens. Reserve and other LiabilI .

LdviMilisg Rain Furnished on Application The officers of the League, in carriages all members present. The purpose of the organization is chester, Mass. For years she had I!I ities.". ... .... ...... . 2oUH, ._
After approving the minutes of theprevious endured untold misery from a severe I
TELEPHONE NO. Itt.PEI8AOOLA will then go to Hotel Escam- to bring to the city a choice series of lung trouble and obstinate --
meeting, charges against Surplus! (from which Dividends
bia and escort Hon. W. B. Lamar to entertainments at the lowest possible "Often," she writes, "I could scarcely
t j Fireman John Christie for conduct unbecoming are paid).. .... ) !:<. "
Clutters hall, where the membersof price, and it is only by such an organization -,I breathe and sometimes could not !.lJ._ t;
a fireman were read, and speak. All doctors and remedies failed Paid to
that this be done. Policy-holders in
the League will form in proces- after hearing statements in the case, 'I till I used Dr. King's New Discovery'I| 19G1 ... ...... ...... .. .$ 27.7H _
Who Henry
ever dreamed of hearing
sion and march to the opera house, the board dismissed Christie from the for Consumption and was completely I New Insurance in
Watterson, editor of the Louisville ,j cured." Sufferers from coughs, colds,, 19ul..f 21591.: --
I where the is to be held. Ladies service. I .. Total Insurance; in
JULY 3, 1902' ; Courier-Journal and one of the most'throat and lung trouble need this : force

., are cordially invited to attend this I II The monthly report of the chief of notable orators, of America, or Copeland I grand remedy for it never disap'I I I Dec. 31, 1901.. .. .. .Il.179.27t5--,

I the fire department, showing the num .!points. Cure is guaranteed by W. A. Notwithstanding the

I ONLY 1160 of 10,070 pension bill rally. ber of fires, location, etc., was read or "Sunshine" Hawks, or Hinton L D'Alembfrte, druggist. Price, 50c I cial strength of the Society greater and tin tl:!: -
pending in congress, were passed by and filed.A White, or the Dumber Bell Ringers : and fl.OO. Trial bottles free. I greater security which its policv-

t both hon.etl. That! I Is n't nearly as Members of the East End Democratic request from the marshal that with 115 bells, comprising also a male I holders thereby enjoy, the H.\TJ.>

i bad as many supposed the recordto Club will meet at their club i! Officer Sanders, Ray and himself be quartette and string band, or the Chit PENSACOLA CLASSICAL SCHOOL are LOW and GUARANTEES better .
[ allowed than
to receive rewards for capturIng t given by other
to be. rooms at 7 and go from there in a j runaway sailors was granted. caeo Glee Club one of the leading companie*

tI ii}\ body to Clutter's hall, where they The resignation of W. C. White as male quartettes of America; or the 1} Third Annual Session Begins
:\ CAM September
spent a day at Daytona
will join in the parade to the opera station turnkey was read and accept Montank Ladies Quartette, the sweet 15, 19)2. art! Ends KXOWLES BROS.
recently, "explaining, the ,
says ed.The est in the land; or Rogers & Grilley
June 1ti. 1003.
I house to hear Hon. W. B. Lamar and i
Gazette "that he would be a candidate marshal's monthly report was
I in their evening story and song to the I General Agents,
for United (States senator before the local orators speak. read and filed. It showed that during !!
f 1 the next legi 1ature." That is June the department had made 355 music of an Italian harp; or Hendrickson 1 The aim of this school i js to provide -- | 309 8. Palafox St.. PENSACO1 *

arrests of which 158 were whites and I & Rosana, the famous magacians; thorough HIGH SCHOOL and ,
precisely what THE NEWS predicted All democrats are invited COLLEGE i
cordially 197 colored. Of this number 112 were or Mr. Edwin Barker in monologue PREPARATORY in-1

lau week. to attend this rally. Come to the I discharged from custody, 221 found l | struction. The school is of especial :
plays: for les than FISH
seventy-five cents CHOWDER
'I -- guilty, 11 sent to the criminal court.1 to three classes :
J i NORTHKKrepublican newspapers opera house tonight and hear Gen. and sentence suspended in 11 cases. an evening. I 1. Those who having/ completed

I" are "viewing with alarm" the recent Lamar $peak. I Fines imposed amounted to $1 1,1G9, andof I The plan Is as follows: I the grades of the public *chool wishto

)f Indication of a robust race issue in I this amount $7 9.05 were collected pursue their studies further without BY THE SEA SHORE
< A communication from W. L. The Plan. ; having home.
; Cuba where the negroes are already A prominent railroad :Myers man regarding the White 1 2. Those who wih, with th aid
I I,! collection of rewards Price of double ticket for ten entertainments .
demanding political was out yesterday canvassing! among for prisoners was referred of the careful individual attention
to the
I mar- i covering a period of five .
that be )1 At the Santa Rosa Surf Rat
leas reCOriUition.I i shah for can given in smaller'and ;
Nothing than I investigation.
an the months ''
five dollars
voters, but the report from Mill- ; single tickets for )
ballot ay-item or an The application of George M. Stock same, two dollars and fifty cents and a longer session, t) advance establishment, the noted c. >
view precinct didn't please him a inger for the position of ; more rapidly than is possible for j
turnkey, made tickets
to school
I qualification to the children under the Frank Maura
suffrage demonstrate them in public schools. I j will give one of
little bit. Wonder if he will reportat vacant by the resignation of W. C. age of sixteen, will be only one dollar 3.
Cuba's capacity for self- / White, was read and he was appointed for season tickets. This includes who are fitting themselves I I celebrated fi-h chowder every Si", .
the next caucus what he learned. for college. J
government.WILKINSON provided he
: ___ i which is can stand the examination : reserved sf-ats. without extra cost. In addition to the uual: in truc-l I I day at 5 o'clock p. m. on the ->
now necessary under You enroll now as a member, pledgIng tion in
: CALL has published a I received the police rules. j English, Mathematics. History .shore beach. The 'teamer Kntij
Reports from the several yourself to take the tickets. On Geography! L itin. etc.. instruc-
The j
pamphlet voicing his, many grievances application of Green Holt fora the 1st of October, the collector j
counties of the new Third Congressional position in the fire I will tion is offered, 'if/llllf { ",' against the state executive department, was I call on you for $1. and on the 1st of each in Greek, French, German and '
I district indicate that i read and accepted.An SpanUh. 2:30 p. in. every Sunday. inSxf:
Franklin succeeding the
committee, and the democratic I month same way, until The school Ii conducted at the
partyof invitation -----
: from the K. I. K. ,
the '
Mystic full amount is
Florida will be the one and paid. corner of West Gad- den and spring !
generally, and only countyin Association
declaring for the board to parti The Southern Lyceum Bureau is the'streets*, in a building which i! Need More Help.
: hid intention to hold a "side-show" the district to give a majorityforHoa. cipate in the Fourth of July parade oldest and wealthiest concern of the be arranged to adapt it especially H to 1 I Often the ,
to : over-taxed of ,1.
was read and organs :
'I primary the November electionfor Fred T. \Iyen, and that won'tbe accepted. kind in the south and guarantees to the needs of the school '|'tion fry out for help by d}''-I" p- .1

ilj his MWU exclusive benefit as an I fill every engagement, or furnish something The number of pupils in attendance '; pains. nausea dizzim-ss.;: lirad.i. I I.. -
( very big if he were to receive the equally good in its place. i is limited. Hence those desir- ) liver
independent candidate for United I ALL WHO USE ATOMIZERS in I complaints and bowel ihsonl'iSutli --

j States senator. The farce will be solid vote of the county. Gen. Lamar treating nasal catarrh will get the the The opera entertainments house under will the be able given management in- as ing early admittance as possible should with communicate the Princi-1 l'I'of Dr.troubles King's ('New all for Lift''lii' prompt! i is'
I ,- mildly amuMiig but scarcely in II is gaining strength every day best result from Ely's Liquid Cream I of Mr. Coe. Tickets may be pal. I are gentle, thorough and gual am Tlicv.'. d

ii structive.i and it looks very much like he'll be | Balm. Price including spraying secured of him at his book store, or of :t For further information, terms and I to cine. :25: cents atV.. A UAi-m
I Pi of. E. Wharton of State catalogue, addressH.
tube brte's
75cts.; Bold I elected iu the first primary. by drussrists. or who is CLAY :
I j -- organizing the work, cOllege'l' AKMSTKONO,
HI'ALHbetwlten the Chicago i mailed by Ely Bros., 5C Warren St., be found at the Escambia Principal, or

1 \ University. and the Northwestern I Loftin and Clopton will represent New York. on or write to him there, for either PEKCIVALH.WHALEY.., Grass Shears that will cut

I University at Evanstun. Chicago New Orleans, Sept. J, 1000. tickets or information. This work Assistant. I close I
Escambia in the next legisla-j Ifessro;. ELY BROS at the Willis hardware -
3 uburb, has asaumed county : -I sold two must be organized within a week. I 8hake-I : i iI
au interesting
bottles of I I lilliI'll!
your Liquid Cream Balm \ Go's.FRANK
ture and they will well the
represent 'I
1ha..t' 1 he former is about to abolish -I to a customer Wm. Lamberton, 1415 Allen's Foot-Eaae, a powder. It'' -- --
f( cll-adu:atiollllfthe rexewhile i' interests of the people. Delachaise Kt., New Orleans ; he has 1 Neter lin.I"ain Killer 11 Kail cures painful, smarting, nervous feet j

at the latter's commencement, a few I used the two bottles, giving him before, what can the matter be? i and ingrowing nails, and instantly SECARTSJATH HOUSE

days ago, the popularity of coeducation One of the silliest campaign lies of I j wonderful and most satisfactory results. Where is the bottle? There, I ,! takes the sting out of corns and bun- ,
: ,
i GEt W. McDuKK. thought so; it is not Perry Davis1 !i ious. Its the greatest comfort dis- Deep water =ea bathing, night or
wa strikingly illu-trated by I the many that have been circulated Pharmacist.'ANCIENT i Painkiller at all, but something the \i covery of the age. Allen's Foot-, 4 day, for white people only. Special

the anuouiicemf from the platform : by the demoralized opponents of the druggist i must have made himself ,| Ease makes tight or new shoes feel .compartment for ladies, with lady at-

I, of the betrothal of two student I and I did not notice it; I have used 1 easy. It is a certain cure for sweat- :tendant. Neatest, be.t and cleanest

Couple, amidst storm of euthusi-l I Democratic League is the charge ''! j ORDER Painkiller for years for diarrhea: 'ling callous and hot, tired, aching '! bath house in the city. Baths

that :3e.tt1.. Loftin i is a republican I cramps and stomach aches and it i i feet. Try it to-,!!. Sold by all !> 'cents. FRANK SWARI.Cor .
ru astic cheers. :|
I' 1: never failed." I i druggists and shoe stores Don'tI Cevallos and Zirragoma St-
junbecau-e he happened to be thelaw '' HIBERNIANS -- .accept any substitute.' By mail for ':I : -
h 1 partner of a republican. Scott I ,I 2- c. in stamps. Trial package FRKK. I!
THE GLAD HANDSENJOY {I HE FRIGHTENED Addres, Allen;. Olmsted, Le Roy. ':
I It Loftin is not old enough to be termed !: ,I N-V. Gtis fl. Soderlind.n
CHOWDER'Yei'terda.v an "old war horse of democracy" !I ELECTS I IJ OFFICERS FOR THE YEAR: : TELEPHONE GIRLS I -- -- - ,

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J it is true, but he has been working I .

-- in democratic harness ever since he i The Ancient Order of Hiberniansheld I JOK \VK T GOIKHVMKNT NTI !

occurred the annual was old enough to know anything a largely attended meeting last j/I At 9 o'clock last night a strange SUMMER NORMAL SCHOOL I Will for the next .\i"' day- niakfnut*
jollification of th Glad Hands ?ociety about politics, and he is by far a bft- : nnht when officers were elected for: white man went to the rear of the ; 'I uit 25 per cnt It. regular
H i FOR WEST FLORIDA prices!':
I at Palmetto Reachand President i ter democrat than some of those who one year, as follows: telephone exchange on East ItDmanastreet Dying Men's Kuit *. 'P>

j Laugford and his able assistants I I. are opposing him. Ii State Officers. and requested permission L : Men.ylnu B Hulls Ladies Mt-aill' HUIC fiafil.tI| fl.'.' to C SI.!IIIf"

rolled up one of the mot toothsome I i! President-J. J. Sullivan. to use a 'phone in the place. I West The I'luridaeatablished Hummer Normal School by author for Ml'n'l I'Hdlvn'Muitb Tousl'n HtfHHl I'tt'aml'1l'alJt'd ClfStietl TSctollf': h

t repa.U ever known in the hi-tory of Well, boys, the election will soon !\\"ke.Presirlent-lJa\. Sheehan. The young lady operators were by ity of Hon. W. N. Sheat, Htate Sup: Hint: Now is the time to hUH
Secretary) J.
the organization. The I: be over. Get ready to shake hands Tr'a urer-Iartin Hnvs. themselves and I eriuteudent of Public Instruction, at ,: your winter Clothing put in good
bill H.
of fare Sullivan. were very much[L Pensacola, Fla., will open on July 'shape. This offer is for thirty day

included red Miapper chowder, and and forgive the hard things that have I County President-David ToWn frightened when the man' seeminglytried I 114th and continue for a period of six: 'only. :Mention you saw the advertisement -

been said Division I weeks. in TJIK DAII.V .:W8.
fried a li j-abache, crab jambolaya L by yournpponents. There Officers. to force his way into theirapartments I This school is organized for the i J( otherwi-e the regular price will be

and other irood thing-;, solid and are always some people who when President-Mike O'Leary. by beating wildly on L I benefit of teachers, and those intending j I j !charged.i .
I 'kel'resldentWm. Sennott. to become teachers and all!
1 liquid, all of which were heartily 1' they see they are going to get licked Chaplain-Rev. Father Fullerton. the outside door and calling to themto I who are sixteen years of age are -

enjoyed. : say all sorts of ugly and uncalled for Financial Record inar !Scrtary-D. J. Hays "open up." I! eligible for entrance. The school i : ]134 134 134 134 134

l're'idt'ut-alill chief things. The '11 be sorry for it when Treasmpr-Al'thur Scrstary-Jos. I. Johnson The ladies had the of will have departments for whites1,:' ;.'--.ic. _'.-, _* ,:. r-. .. 'n
McConnell. presence ,, and colored conducted, of course, in

ford's diploma from cOOk-Lang-1 I the excitement is over. The members tandinCommittpf<-S. U. FlynnP. mind to call the police station and I separate buildings. <(: ]134': -15- 134
of the : J B. Walsh. John Sullivan M. W. I There will! be three course of '
Cook1 a..d.ttlon'aj conspicuously Democratic League- have I Keating.. C. Clark.Sfrgcantat.AIensjhn. notify the officers of "the horridmau' I |I study, embracing the u=ual subjects, !. Anton's ffilcphoDe .

been so confident of success from Moungrey.. '. : on which the examinations for ]134 & ItUforFuhlicUie .
displayed iu the banquet room, I !! actions, and requested pro- i I : s ; 134
Sentinel-Tom Delehanty. teachers' certificates are baed, each ) TRY rr
accompanied by the !*> rules and the very beginning of the campaign, .1' tection. There was no available i ii leading to a more thorough prepara-, 'f .. '. ..-'

that they have been good natured ,i tion, in the requirements for the sev- : 134 "l34 '
regulation of the *ociety. For Over Siiiy Years. I officer when the flrt message came, eral certificates.The 134 134 134
The ab"euce of the judge of r and jolly, laughing off all mean insinuations MR<*. UlNSLOW'S STHIe SyRCP bat: I I I but when a second and third tele. school is organized not only =

cIA at them. It's the been ust-d for ovt-r sixty years by mlillonsol I' for the purpose of acquiring better
t i the Kangaroo court, Capt. Putnam: mothers for tbeir cbildren while teething 1 I phonic request for protection came, methods, and
other fellows that with perfect IUCCI' 6. It soothes the child thorough! knowledge
*aved Rro. OMmixon from proecution see defeat staring I softens the gumsallays all ramcures wind I I lone of the beat officers was called I I II 'i but to encourage a higher standard i EVERY 4
colic, and Is tbe best remedy for iarrboe .
them in the face, that's l of scholarship.It
for u violation of Rule 6, Article why theyare I I It will relieve thf poor little sufferer im.flik'dlStk'ly. and sent there.
I is hoped that a large number ofWest
excited I Bold by DruggUts inevery pan I' ,
: 6, forbidding$ a l.rf'ure of over 40pound I so and ugly.Don't I I II | of the world. Twenty-flve cents a bottle. The officer could find no trace of a Florida teachers will attend, HOUSElIFENeeds
( Bemreyou ask for "M rs. Wln I"1II"1 Sooth and effort will be
: *. I' log syrup." and tak no other kind. man, but he did fiud a very scared I every by the
i ii faculty to make their
I forget to plYonr poll tax attendance
I : After tht fea-t the memlier-"- i set of young ladies. profitable: as well as plel! -ant.
I by Saturday. If Y'U neglect this ,, Any information a Bottle
-- regarding th S
r to tht' ball RETURNED SOME -
paired grounds aiul
1 I performed important& duty you cannot vote at :Summer Normil will be cheerfully!
t: ; the nM-t extraordinary gaIIIFcver the : THE FOURTH given, by *upt. N. B. Cook Pensit of Turpentine !
I primiry July 15 cola, Fla., or the undersigned.Students \ :
.I n-en tht'ft'OIlWhitf'ersu< THE POLII'HUX.I i i DRESS GOODS i I I I who attend ;should take whether fir Cleaning B" U or Old

p. V\n f'IfI.-tl1t' former winning by a I-- I -__ : ON THE ISLAND a receipt for their full fares going to clothei. "r for :tinis" of In pftCuts --,,
Pensacola, aa effort is being in lie to' Rrui-e'', or anything .1.1'I
,/"' I *;ort> of 17 to 1. accoiding to the urnpirn 'II CARD THANKS. I I II i i! ______ have the railroads give a return Everybody knows the valu- of Purr.

; -but the time-keeper *aid s towith )I Frightened perhaps by the receiptof t ticket for one,fourth fare, as they Spirits of Turpentfne. and in order

&-- one spectacular: home run by: i l I hereby extend my mo-t sincere letters from many patrons in this J: By request, the lJ1rtnag'E-tnentofthe :'I j have in the past.'i to ret th < genuine theBuffalo artit'letee thatit
t i H. P. B\VA. is put up by
Will and heartfelt thanks to Mr. Charle- city, which in every case threatened I ,: :Siuta Jlopa Surf Bathing establi-h-
i Bell aui come brilliantly- I Principal, n Funi:1k5priuJ": : Fla.
McKenzie Opting the Bar Pilots', arrest and 'I will
entitle i pitclmu by Ls nftird. consequent exposure, meat serve one of its famou-

j i A-sociation and to other frieud* for j'! Mrs. Keudrick, the er-twhile Pensa- chowders at 4 o'clock in the afternoon 1 i Don't Fail to Try This.

f | their miny kinJuess .-sat the time I I
if i When-v honest trial 13 '
r an
HERE cola dressmaker of the Glorious pElwtrio ;
MYERSVOTES NO. now in Sparta, Ga., Fourth. Don't ]
I t Ie MiJden death of my husband.MK I to Hitters for any ti.n I -

'! -j I < I). R. ROWAN. has returned a b: of valuable property forget to visit the Coney Island of i is recommended for a perman<-nt '

t it ;: House Bill 95, Page 1171. A bill : to '\ varioii" .- here with letters the South. I j II will aur.4yff'Ct.4) It n-\- ,a

[ to be entitled. "An act relative ''to tone the stomach resulat-,- ; .
I ; of explanation that did not ex CHA H. Bt'RTox i Ineys anti bowels btimulau 1 li, ;. .'."
receipt. shipment and
' I delivery of Difficult Digestion plain.It invigorate tbe nerves and purify tI! .
_ i' freight by railroad companies and I i That is dysrj ;a. I M a nags r. ,! blood. It's a wonderful tonic foi rini
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other thought that in the end all! i down Electric IJitttrs -
;: common carriers. and to compel I It makes life miserable. sybtenis. potiely -
the The Stratton Ice Works'has cures kidney and liver troubles.
railroad property by her will
'j to Its suff.rrs be
: companies transport and I I> eat nut hvcanse they want to, re
return received from hut simi ly ttcau.e turned, and large, luscious melons stomach disorder! nervousness! sleep
cars connecting I I I thry mutt.They no one will lose anything lessness rheumatism neuralgia ati'l Mfg Co.

lines of railroads. to construct sidings I I know they are irritable and fretful; but time in having the I ice-culd. Place your order expels malaria. Satisfaction guaranteed
'f good?
and connections with each other's I lut ttn-y caiot vthrniibf..
: now by telephone. by W. A. D'Akmljerte, i'.r ?est who Guarantee it Absolute ,
I made
lines Mr. Myers voted NO. 23june1w I !i They tomplain "f a bad taste in the up. I Only ,0; cents.

' t r. MEAT MALT has a nmvelou-i i mouth, a tenderness at the pit of the stornach The laly, it has been ascertained, PBOFESSIOMAfCHIBOPODIST : Only 10 Cents a Bott/e./

I an uneasy ftt-iir.g (.f purfy fulness, I
I I I j is with her son. :Stovdll in : This weather
- dietetic value. While refreshing tJl'adadJt..lJt'srt urn ar.d what n.t.I E. St. Clair makes the -=
Thomas will

and pleasant to take, it helps a imilation t I nent ThO cures effectual of thousands riiueiiy. uf prtnej' severe by ca rerma-I es. :Some people here woulJ like to see I'II' corns, bunions and ingrowing remove nails grasps grow. You can buy !] All kinds of chairs ana

: of food. Sold byPANNHEISgER i Hood's Sarsaparilla theyouugmin back in Pen ac-jla. without pain or blood. Will call at ; keen cutting Lawn ,;lJowersand '! rocking chairs at Marston

: I' -- --- your residence if required. No. 521 11 i GrasShea7S
I from the $ Quina's. Prices are r'ery
I BROS. &'oiZ.s
; tie iLe ktttt Try the NEW Want Column. South Palafox street. lojlm I Iit.r.h' Willis Hardware Co's. II low.


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No. oeoa.W. :I

C. O'NEAL, President F. c. HORTON, Cashier; GEN. LAMARIS
Smoke La Normal!
S. J. f 05HEEYice-Pre5ident; M. E. CLARK An'l Cashier. HEREHE 'j




Has the LARGEST CAPITAL STOCK of any bank in the State ALL HAVANA ;

Gen Wm. B. Lamar arrived hereat : ;

prompt, courteous and careful attention given to all business en- 10:60 last night from DeFuniakand ; 'I

was met at the train by a committee
trusted to its care. I
of the Democratic Leagueand I

4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIA1E DEPOSITS. citizens, who escorted him to' FOR SALE AT ALL CIGAR STANDS. r i 1 1BECAgts.

Hotel Escambia, where he has his
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headquarters.Under -
I' ANOTHER the auspices of the Demo
U i iOLsTEREIt :
cratic League, Gen. Lamar will LEWIS

#? 'r and Refinishing Furniture a speak at the opera house tonight.
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S/.eciaHf. POLITICAL QUESTIONS Other speakers will be Mayor C. --- -- f. ,.;.
a called meeting of the joint : I
IMiorio 4OC*. Moreno Jones, Scott M. Loftin Cj252SESESES SESES2S2S2
quarantine investigating committee -- ,
Henry C. Clopton, J. Emmet Wolfe
R. K. WHITE, I II' held last night the sub-committee Editor Dally News.I to v
B. Jones. ti'
submitted its draft of the commit- I and John L
Manufacturing Jeweler notice in the Daily Press of June
,melt r, ;:
tee's: final report, which was considered 2isth an article signed by I. W., who The public is cordially invited to
and ',1 lnale Opticiau, I
and finally adopted by a unanimous claims to be an ex-Confederate soldier I attend this meeting. Ladies are especially -
f,I.f.I 't. ,n'&rolaFlavw j jI
I vote. and he sets forth reasons why invited, special seats being !

-. wv. r I' The report is very full and com- all soldiers should vote for John I reserved for them. I 1
) plete, admirably worded and covers Prater to be elected treasurerof .i
I county I Chatters' band will furnish music. .............. .... ..... .
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'' the entire scope of the joint com- this county. Xo man honors the t
NEWS NOTES ; The East End Democratic Club
mittee's long and tedious investigation. Confederate soldier more than I do,,
will meet at their headquarters at 7 j ji
It will appear in the Journal I and I should be glad to see them all" t : THURSDAY FRIDAYAND
.._ -- A I : o'clock and march at 7:30 to the .
tomorrow morning and THE NEe'stomorrow II as well fixed in a financial way aa I i
-- ":e K. I. K. parade at afternoon, its publication the county treasurer. I.V.. says I I! headquarters of the Democratic ,!
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: ':.."rnw morning. constituting the joint committee's I that he is voting for Mr. Frater be-, : League at Clutter's hal1. j I I

W .1 1 bt1 iven at the K. I. 1\.1 formal report of its doings to the sauce he risked: his life for the lost,, i ,
I Here the officers and committees i
,.. b-t I uly and sjentlei I public; while otlicial copies will be cau e. Now let me make a com pari.I -, I, in carriages, headed by Chaffers' SATURDAY !

? presented to the Chamber of Commerce sjn: Mr. Frater has a good businessas "
I band will form to proceed to Hotel i
.*> voting contest for con- I II at its meeting tonight, and to I a timber broker; he is also a partner i
at the K. I. i Escambia, Gen. Lamar's headquarters -!
'i lesi-lature
I : .e
Business League at its next regular in the Escambia Brokerage Co., i

!m1 rruw. I! meeting, July loth. and while he is not compelled to payout and act as an escort for him to ,I Standard "Silver" Dollar
n the K. I. K. picnic, 3;> r
i Comment upon the report is deferred a dollar of his earnings to the the opera house. :
dint; 2:cent* for children, "
: railroad fare. I'' until the public has had the opportunity laboring man, his profits from his \ As they pass Clutter's hall the '

to examine it.Hood's own business should be ample for his
..- every hilt hour after 1 ---- I members of the Democratic League
I needs. On the other hand Mr. Braw- SHIRT SALE $
K for the K. I. K. picnic Atli Harsaparilla builds: up a I I and East End Democratic club will e
i iluI tomorrow.rejrular I broken down system. It begins its ner is a son of an ex-Confederate
the escort and proceed to the I
meeting of work right, that is, on the blood.FJiJTsATIONEBY. soldier who has not been as fortunate join
monthly Is to stir this old from east to west and northto
:tmbr "f Commerce will bet as Mr. Frater,and for many years opera house, where the speaking will going city

7 clock tli" evening.uillb I I the sou has had to contribute to the J take place. \
south, for it will be an unprecedented Shirt affair. So if
'. *- .ire-ulir meeting of C. ''. Thompson, No. 11 South support of the father. If you vote for I I
IKU :\.. 42. F. and A. Palafox street, has just opened a Mr. Frater you will help elect an old I i you happen to be out of the incorporated limits on these three '
Lt4M.Vurk .! new supply of Linen and Bond soldier that has already collected

i Papers, white, blue and gray, with about $'-OOUO, for services rendered I iTHE days it will be your loss, for we give you warning in due time. .

i ,% i ,\ ;;uraif will form on I Envelopes to match, Oxford sizes; this county and who has a good business i TO-DAY
1- ,f Wardentreet, be-: :
A i' t' \ lid MJ.1; I also Foreign Mail Tablets with En- I of his own. If Mr. Frater has i I i See Our Big Show Windows.

.w "".it..'. velopes to match. Ink, Pencils, been able to set aside the amount he I i LOCAL FORF.CASTFair tonight and ,
I I ;
IVuholdefs, Blankbooks, Files, etc., has received from his office it cer- Thursday; light to fresh southerly winds.

..."'chid: :' ( etc., always on hand. tainly should be ample to support I III I ,, 50 DOZ. CELEBRATED STRAW HAT SACRIFICE."SilVER" .
Temperature in Last 24 Hours:
b.i-.-bill tract from l'.iriuinriKim I Phone 2H.: i II him for the rest of his days. If you I Maximum .... ....... .. .. .., h''I tit-trees( AND PRINCELY SHIRTS To the right of our Rig Shirt
;.layr.tinlay.' : Minimum. .... .... ..... .77drgreesMARITIME.
vote for Brawner, help a ConI '
: Treat Your Kidneys Rheumatism.. ;you ::. Window you will find a tempting
: !!"-s.b' r- of the K. I. K.: are I who has of I 'I Sold from Maine to California -
from ibeuniatism. federate soldier no means array of i Hummer Straws for Men t
..J :.> tm-fct at their lull tow \Vlicu you are suffering Canada to the Gulf for a I'Handand
; the kidneys must lie attended : his own, and it strikes me that every Boys. There is yet three/ months :
n 'ii.m,,' at 9.10 prompt, to ard SILVER DOLLAR, and which :.
t ito at once so that theyill eliminate of hot weather, ho you can keep your i
. t.. tho= "' old confederate, after verifying my have at that price in make
paraJAll e : tlip uric acid from the blood. Fole ::; i I no equal temper cool and your head comfortable -

ib-Lt will be fined. I Kidney Cure is the most effects I statement, should vote for Mr. EX FORTH.For material, style or tit, in all colors, at the rate: of Lie: per month 1 t

., I remedy for this purpose. U. T. Hopkins __. ._. ....._ all some with attached col-
k. nitlilE" thi= murn- of Polar. \Vis., says: "After unsuccessfully -j Brawner, thereby assisting an old July to date J 50'T1ARRIVED. styles; for these hats range from '
i- if members of the K. doctoring three years for comrade that is really in need of i I, I lars, some: with no collars and detached .I
-. i'i"a. painted the town I Rheumatism with the best! doctors, I cuffs; all to go at the astounding
I I help. Hus bk Australia !>U, FaurstonPort 39c to 75c each.
., Cure and it of
:' red lettering on tri.l'oley's Kidney Ex CONFEDERATE.'BURNS Natal,to order price
I Hired me. I cannot speak too highly i I Am tug Echo with barges in tow from
!t" :aa.n fur anything.
i of this great medicine." Sold byV..'I I'Jucaro I 65c each Just Half their former price. ,
I.1. irAUmberte' :, 121 South I'alafox
DEATH TODAY" : stmt. CLUB LEA RED.Brsstnveruess.YRd .
I Proud by Houtner- !

I 'I SAY NO FIGHTI land,vlatihlp}nOli: Co.Island, for Atonmoutb, with !,:>&"',(and".' sll Oreenocli 8a91 n- 50 Dox. Stretchy Scam Drawers, 35c pair, 3 pairs for 100.
OF MRS. ATHEY Tax I I timber,value I1IVC4I

Notice to Payers I I '____ _'__'__U__'''_'_'''''''''''_'' ... . . __.__
--- I I I Do you want a magnificent watch

1 .' la Catherine: Atheyi I i The City Tax Assessor's I I West End Club, presided over I' for Stephens little!: the money jeweler.? If He so, will call ac-on W. J. & B. FORBES.

in "busi- .
i .F. corner of De\11- look will remain during ,I by John Burns, met special commodate you.Garden Ii
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open I ---
ses-ion", last night, with a fair !
I npss ; i
-' -;/ ttrtetthii mornpare 'I i ,
July, and any complaints attendance. hose at the Willis
*!'ie: having: been a ,
!1 must be filled with Hardware Go's
I Possibly the only thing of great
1 half :
r'wn-aeoU for
: a ,
I the assessor before ..1.UgZlSt11st. ; i importance was the adoption of a'resolution ; If You Buy Them at the Boston Khoe HI ore, They are Good :

which substantially denied j\ Thos. C. Watson & Co.,
: .11 l .ill tike place to- ;i the leading Real Estate Agents,take I :
\ J. T. WHITIXG, that a fight had taken place in all the worry off the shoulders of the
t mini: in
I skinner'mill.. : Ij lw City Tax Assessor. i the hall on the occasion of last" owners renting; of of their property houses, manage and the col-the ; Boston Shoe Store 'a

week's meeting. The sense of this lection of their rents as conscientiously ;

.. .. .. .. .. ....... resolution was ordered published as they would themselves.
.. ... ... .... ..A. reasonable.
t- .. .. Their charges are very
..... ... l' land :
the president and J. T. Clarke MONDAY.@kH

= was named a'l a convoy of the denialto .
: \ FRESH SHIPMENT OF : Ladies Kid Colonials, Turn Hole. Military heel Gold Buckle . ..;I.iii :
a newspaper otlice. Hotel Camden 3

... !.. ._ J.. ;' S far THE N Ews' report of the Ladies' Patent Leather Vamp. Colonial, Heavy mole l Militarylleel: '

; .-:: : : : _ '_ .- c occurrence: I a; is concerned, this paper 1'.1111)1\, XLAIJA.MA, Up-to-Date Walking iShop. . .. . . .. .. ... ... . .. ...f2 <){) lii1 I i

.SM 11 I FIELD HAMS... 1e ?t:uiiN r-ady to prove every word of Is Now Open to the Public. See Our Bargain Counter. ;

it, and cites interested parties to the )
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f' !.' substantiation of its report.


of Pensacola, Florida. 3

= REQUIRINC RAILROADSTO NATIIAX (J. ntl:( '111:1)11:1: : :, P'"Irif'tur. i t

: BUILD DEPOTSSenate By the DayVeek or Month. Leaders of Low Prices. 117 South Palafox Street. I

IN! GALLON JUGS, 75cts PER GALLON. = Table Furni-hed with the Be"-t the --. i I,

Bill No. 74. To be entitled, Market Afford-.. IHK, SANTA UOS\ VIRGINIA COLLEGE

41 \\i: VXIH.I: |J, "An Act to require railroad corporations Public Patronage Solicited. \'ta' BATHING: Ksr.\lll.lSllMK.M: I 'ur YOl.NO I-ADIK9, ItiMiiiikr, V&. ;
to construct passenger depots on upon S.-H. IK. ,*n. IIn" ff tbe I".dlnll:
Co's Corn Meal JjA Bulling in t' in gulf waters i (liool for louuc Ladin In lbtH uth
5 M. F. Gonzalez & I I their lines of roads and to provide a Free :Sample Rioms.Sunday I|I conceded_ finest in the I I Jra-1"nP.4 building tn .cr*... pianos Corlllld miuntalo.cenai and t-qolprneni.. ;'

y I penalty therein. Rates Made to TravelingMen. world 'nlpa-iirporith IeL.uslv1Ix.P : : I On the passage of the bill Mr. i" S3" 1 lodging, by i j'I rcpran aDd Aiii i Cooeervatorv adtautaee.In Art )Mumcandy
eon prompt-
-- voted NO. Bill passed 16 tc .; .
I Myers ---- -- Flocuuon -trident '">'" thirty Jollaln.
or nlzht.l ,IF
s .
or c.talo.uead.lre.
3. (Senate Journal 1891.). 22june2it t NEITHER the capers -'' t: VRTO.N, JIA1TEP.IIAKRyYresadtrotl a
CO. I nor consiptraded Itoaookt, v .
SOL CAHN & t slit Hr n igrl'1J11'n"'pon. anager. I a.I "
; i Furniture, goPRYOR'S .'''

J: 1 ( You Vint\\' t to ,. by the crew cAlg }osets, I piece Everybody of this earth.has a right But to they a must little ..1
: r-ull.un
f STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERS, toi leather-1 chance it. t watch their
----- --- i O- oN and
to pet it. get it.
I : -
? Corner: Palafox and Intendencia Streets. fnc Marston $ Qaina carrijthe ; -. ....fl.I .;. at Marston $ ;, Thos. C. Watson & Co.

"t largest line ofmat- *.. i o. Low prices easy' have some Particularly fine bargains
"* to offer Just now, and thy invite
.- 18. -* Pcnsacola, Fla. rugs window t
_i 1 .Al men S. 1 yon to come and InveatI!,{ate same.
in th* I You will never regret having done

.. ,; SSS mIf -li I Try THE NEWS Want Column. I to. .

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WILL MAKE [Sr'!clal Correspondence 1: How 3Irs. Brnce, a Noted Opera Increase !le Shown at Compared with c ,

I "Toddy's Terrors. a strong political : Siuger, E:>l'alt"l au Operation. May 20, 1902. Treasurer of the Brooklyn East End Art Club
oub! of I.osngf'le;. ('.11.. iMciposrd of[i Proof That Jlaiiy Operations Washington July :2.! -The monthly!

AFFIDAVITNew '!:t' most pp-uiii.'!'! bus'nepb and pro- I.I for Ovarian Troubles are Unnecessary. : circulation statement issued by thecomptroller EXSTRUAL irregularities to their health we would'
of the of thecurrency I
f< ssioual 1 men of that' city have sent toI're.ldent I treasury are generally have more happy wives,
shows that at the close ofI the beginning mothers and daughters, and
Kouscvclt flit must
Lease of Life for ar UIUq'a''nr19tion I business! June 3" 1302. the total circa- I j of a woman's trou if they would use: more intelligence .
to bt'e(.ne the guest of tlio "DEAR )ht. I'ivs,r*M :Travelling G
With of
latlon of national Dank notes wa bles. the vitality at a in the matter medicines ; -
Iowa Postmaster. dub! ever rit fad by a j'resident. Call- for years! on the riu.t. with irregularmeals | for the ; low ebb, the blood weaken observing results, they
an year
f JI:11:1 has :ii elaborate tray of twit and sleep and damp beds, broke i *!, the digestion disordered .+' would find that the doctors'
Puittua-ter II II.!1 of Dun down my health *>o completely two : of $:.& 9f1/H/ and a decrease for the' she about pal do not perform
: tj visit her : but goes prescriptions
11. l& Mr*: "I have been a great: ln;; presidents cities years a?j that the physician advised a month of $.5,053. i ij faced, hollow-eyed and nag- the many cures they are given
mStnr: from IndigfMion! awl result noueof tbcu ci'i"inrcsv\ih Ililtof tll.l' and when 1 bad
complete rest gainedsnfrl"iont j The circulation based on Unit'l i par j. a> piteous contrast to credit for.

log evllaft \'earItemg unable to ot:> i "orfMnizaUuii: known as "Ti-ddy's Ter States bonds was $31423S.S11. a deI the blooming health of ''ice ?,d "111 consulting with my

lain *rlUiiueut relief, I J't'MIId tu try '" The iii\nation vr.-is not presente I I crease for the year of $''*.651.S 13. and: I her former self. But over VIM Ida M.Snyirr. druggist he advised McEIree's
Kndol :'YI IIt' Cur-, JWore I hac lOOO.OOOwomenha\"efound
and Thed-
Wine of Cardui
\ by hand, as !is l'U<;lol.:1ry. It is Ml.i > an increase for the month of $628,974.
take bottle I 1.0"I had fount! !!
nne ; I health again: by taking Wine of CarJut. ford's Black-Draught, and so I took it
whit I had lung Illllkto.1 fur. After i W and MJ cati ushi sti
few txitt!.-' 1 was cured of a so re n CM it role by exrrand was sujiplouifiit > money was $42.433.280 an Increase for i Wine of Cardui has never been known new life opened up to me with restored

my Ml SIde that I had not U-en free ('d by tin personal efforts and \i!bit of the year of $l:.5Sljjj and a decrease !" to fail. It has: seldom failed to restore health and it only took three months to

fromfi>rovertfnear.. I am t'tterto I I, S'uI'tors I'erkirs and H.irJ. I! for the month of 704.067.. | perfect health, even in the most persis cure me."

day than for year.. Kodol IrpenM, j i I The iimtat.uii is printed' on a whole ) I ICktJ I tent and aggravated case of wea Jrnes!. You secure theme: relief as
Cure ha given me a new lease of life j.i Miss Ida M. Snyder, of No. 535 Bergen may
| calfskin b.'..iutfull.irtpird! for the ( Number of Secret Service Arrests. Miss Snyder,if tale Vine of Cardui
1t suffering will use! !| ,
any has usedWine
I'r..n 1 |! Street BrCOklyn'Y..,
Rod.l 11y*p-pries l'urrlldle' it iiarp)siTb i rtntini i is of the most! j jjitNtic j Washington July 2.-The annual of Cardui and she it as she took !t. The-lford'a; BladrI -

1< a d.!*'ased ,,(('Iua'h from which they awl costly and is word i report of Chief \Vilkie. of the secret f I| her into a new life. Health lays to help j Draught i is the companion medicine
I I .lnd follows-! Wine of Cardui and it is a liver and
> '
mfftr: ,
that tht-y will receive
perma deal. She is
service division, shows that during the Snyder is. worth a great = bowel regulator which assists
r.rnt relit f. Anyone wishing can have lxs Ans in
a wrn statement a4tothet7enuinnt's' \Vcro go-n to hav. a roundup. an! we I I attainments and she occupies edtrtingacure. If you take thesemedicines
and truthfuliiwiof tiiL-t statement." I I|: shore want }'.r mighty bat IV.d anj"al charged with various offenses against: j! the portion of Treasurer of the Brooklyn : ; according to directions, the
.. | '
Thu! t..Un..llllal I is the voluntary 'r pl,'r.y. 810<.k's fat. I.rardin' the federal statutes New York leailing I: East End Art Club. This position relief and cure is simple. Some caws:

rtatrmrnt man; who has MUiTered, : TOI & ri-.iilj vvncn TEDD'CS\
4 ff and relief andwant4orhPrtoree Ivc lo 'i' rt-ost\clt the rr .s.u<,.nt.V. :1m.. G. Jl.l"C: fendcis 413 were of American birth and refinement and it speaks: big!I.*' b-ause the disease' has run Iongi 1 r.

% tkciamp ) U-ntrtlt Kudul Ij "ii"'p"!ig :asunsloa.:: 'i i vitality, an opt rati'>n I the next larstst number of offenders of the respect: and trust her fellow Remember how Miss Snyder to5k Wine

Cure will cute any c.iof :-t
< uble. It rcsti t s-tomich by di-1! a beautifully iruunted IKIX uatie (rum I t pr.),p:.t. t.> b- sun 1. ho\M>vr, wasalvivd of those arrested 'were convitted It 'If women would pay more attention medicines are offered yo:; to day.
gc9tlrq what you rat The rest alont I
wcu.J tt"'t.ite hralth.) Hut Kodo! I giant rtHlv.iwJ u tr S c>f ('nltf.mla. The t > tr.Lvli.i. 1:. IMiinliam'sVcsr is tainted out that note raising noel

IInlt'f'.t.t Clue al. contains tonics box contains !!jj\'t'r and other inouiitin 'tall<* Compound ami :- .ut- l>e prevented bj the adoption of a dis A mavevenfouunrsi turn
atho'a" 1 did :. fortunately
al...,'h build and hasten 4.The. lf WINE of CARDVI 1:1
tipth* orjftri: ;' fur me. ISofo.-o a month had passed I ;I tinctive size of a note of smaller de- .
thell,1, l results. You don't have Wine }f Cardui.
: !
te' Invitation i is a "II"l'ai one to the fill that luy health hail im- nominations. i ij

duet K"d'd) I I)1 srisu, I Cure will dl. '' pn'sidi-i-t! to come Iienevtr !he ms f.t pr wed ; in three months more I was I

1 le't \\hat llJU l'at. 1 Mps children, t'I ,), it uhuh! time: thereill I* a "roundup" 1 cured and I hive Leon in perfect j II Quick Piece of Legislation.

I Kodol Dyspepsia Cure ) J'l.e lui'K'.bors of tLe club wear !: h.-alth sine.. I di I not lose an engagement Washington, July :2.-The quickest THE NEW GROCERY
I inKs im-al. STORE.
or a
rou;:!h rider uniJI'UI".
Cures all Stomach Troubles. '1furult '. Your piece of legislation accomplished dl\"-
I'i 4'stdeit i Kocsoxelt! i 1'1 gong! : to Call- Vegetable Corap-iun is cer-
t Tr.iP.donlybtFI'DvWtrr&Cn.Ch/caeo: : tainly wonderful, and well worthy the ing the present session of congress o= -= -= -= _. : _ _ o
Tt_ |l. U.u,#< ubtkiui!'i Uiuts Hit 50c. l". : next spring: and will undoubtedly i
the bill!
praise your admiring friends who have" was passage a appropriating
visit I., Just before President
os Angeles.
been cured are ready to sin jou I $.,000;:; for a quartermasters supply WILLMOVER
ONE MAUTE! CUr McKInley went to the west,
Cough] always speak highly of it, and you depot in Omaha, Nebr. Mr. Mercer
than a 3 ear ago, he received from the will admit I have: good reason to do
l Cures quick y'! *hit it's made foe Knights Templars' of San Francisco nil i so."_:MM. n. r.uiTK, Lansing; Mich. secured its passage by the house at 2 Keeps a Complete, First-Class, Up-to-Date Stock
I .
o'clock! >stt> It
t rday. passed the
ftit $5000 forfeit if about testimonial ii not genuina. 83i ,
Invitation engraved on a plate of solid I !
Her;i4 1'J, attracyJohnriJieppard ,' gold and containing a diamond setting The fullest counsel on thissubjf'ct I ate at 2:45 p. m.. the bill was engrossed I of Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries.

II; S. Kai u.i bo secured without enrolled signed by the speakerand
the! Intrinsic value of which was placedat can ; No 30 W. Government St. Salisbury Block.
I! t tI more than SOOO.&prerhri cost by writinj* to )Irli Piiilihain, president pro tern. Frye. of the ,

--I I Lynn, Mass. Your letter will be I, senate, and at 4:15 o'clock the pre-ii- TELEPHONE a2;.
In the Home.Mr.
AGED LADY BRAINED WITH AX. confidential. dent signed the bill -
entirely and it became a
Cowherd of Missouri thinks the
4 --- i'
house is growing less Inclined to listento law.
Half Witted White Boy Arrested, but ICE AND WOOD.WE
speeches. "I recall only oue speech 'fore 7 o'clock Snd with a good horse
Released Later. She Wins Her Fifth Husband. .
this session," said he, "that commanded UMUA'r him. takes a turn about the
'I lUlrlKh. The of Mr, Berlin July :Madame Carreno. i
July 1 body ; a
complete silence In the chamber. It \Vhlte House and monument groundsor TRADE
Catherine White. afi"'l Co and a late distinguished pianist of America was !
was the speech of Mr. Cushman of does a short distance Into the suburbs 'r
resldrrit "f tht ,'uunly.RII found in I wedded here today to her fifth bus | THIS HUMMER THAN EVEK TKFCRE
I Washington. He surely had an attentive of the city.
b"r )aid with the back of her head ; band Arturo Taliapietra. of N'e\v ,!
audience. When I first came tocongrt' Judge Drmer'a Mit.
f (;>tl( jM-u )Iy a hi!"* from an ax. :' such things not the I York who is a brother of her second SEND US YOUR ORDERS NC3I La
s. were t Justice Brewer is not only an erudite
llr- 'Llte 11\,1 l alone. long! tai n- ." i husband. Her fourth was the pianist
ception. x.\\ scholar but he possesses a pretty wit, j Olsen
Thompson cC Co.
In K and\davine: i.irjut.-. fur a IA ing. | "110 you know the speech that and now and then one of his sallies will d'Albeit. I ,

'm'.' |"..>ition of the Ill,,!}'. whit the closest attention of the house in the I ring a smile to the faces even of hIs! I I

was '''.i i 'I t in 4 cruix liiist IMIMUOItump last congress'. inteipused Mr. I'.raut- grate colleagues! on the bench. The Cholera at Manila. Manresa Street, Telephone 14 ;-.

1..1.! :. Ii it !.-. IH'lit'H'd she \\di Icy of Geiiigla.! "It was the speech of other day In delivering an address at I: Manila July 2.-There were 41 new -- -

,4 txt'ai ,,' .1 itom tin rear and without P.ngham H. Huberts of Utah, made in tlie ('ulUlUt'IICf'IU'ut exercises of the 'i I' cases of cholera in Manila today. This ESTABLISHED 1863.

r -1 I, I r.L his own defense." I College! : I\T the )>enf and Dumb! the is the largest number reported for ----

11 .\ I ii "'.., of fau-olg: wlikh she lin I Iiirreixifil lien RMnte ..rll'(.... justice rci'iarLcd that! lie Lad ncterslKikon : any one day since the outbreak of the

l'i I ,'woo<..11Ui < Zinc lied in her j i i The 1:1) ing of the cornerstone cf the to such an audience before, but 'I 1! eptJendt.I ; McKENZIE OERTING & CO. ,

1 LI! a\ w lib which >>tie had cut MiKiuK-y Memorial Hall of (.o\"ern-I that when sitting; on the bench he had 'I I o -DIALIKBIN-' c

I. '* a
iL .i' tit ground Ix-'Mtie! thji directed! attention to the northwest sec- and justices deaf. !I
: i Take Tok-j's Kidney Cure. It has Ship Chandlery and General {lardoiare
\ : station of the house |i lion of Washington.! It was reposed I'li.liic-it Man In Conirrrxt.In cured when everything else has di- ,

!, .::1 t\iilcn of rob to Hibhop Iluibt when he purchased tie prospective retirement of '
i peg any appointed. by W. A. D Altaibeite 003 AND 60S S.' FALAtOX STREET.mow .
the grounds lur the university site that I Frank Eddy: of Iinnr' ota. who leaves 11: South I'alafux SU'h't.CASTOn.JA. .
l.e &*) Instead of llX> set. ---.A.GEN'OY- -
I% t halfwitted white 1 secure acres politic to go Into business, congress

habit of being tins vide 4'Hi ceres to be sold to establish will Io 'e its plainest looking as well nsci'io : REVERE COPPER CO>y>ANY. JOHN A. ROIo RLJXG'S KONH CO'S
endowment fund for the uni
a .' Mrs Whir was : : tf its (1I'crest men. Eddy! Is the 3-ara thl I 1'P P K1, Yn Had A ,\as d ":n'9cnarna ''

r Later how versity. It is evident that had the tan who tells of himself that! when a ''' A Ccrdsgi ?this! Bits Itfitiia; ln.trs&iGaU, Chris! Itsk.n, eIIhICPAS'tM
; friends of the university foreseen the i (
|K>l'ticil! oin> tent : etpst'd him of Icing /
1 = ./ LOGS. KTIJ
rapid growth of the city! in that diree- j two Lund he replied l I.y skins the andi'nc'
.j -
C McKenzie Oertin Collecting Aent for Bar PilotBf ,! .
; !.v4 : \-0
lion this would have been done, as mil-
to lUll!,: -it his face iiiul jude for
", 'N I TilE! CAUGHT. I Seasonable household ci.tiil;.
lions of dollars could have been realized i
tl"'tti'-i l\rs' if lit1 would be opt to use .
had that amount of iropcrty been i j and kitchen utensils at the
i this one if he hail two to choose from.DOII .
r I LII :rut Hot Turtle's .
sold at the ei.t prices. {
t .. pri it l r.. II lUis Hardware Co.'s.If The Star
: '1:'. 1 .1' univti-ity t.inipns was par i Laundry
:\1 r. Lloyd of Missouri and :Mr. Prince
\ :.; I I"I chased fur ,1;hU IT acre, and tliat ,
I It I of Illsi'd! :s frequent I are confused because -
eonsiducd fair at that you want a nice to give
\ v !'s a price J pre-ent
of their liuu has
',. ,I. "Il'. but there is ro acreage property i iII. identity. ahandsc to a friend, gu and look through tit. Biggest Busiest Best !
a Hon lug mustache, n fine rausie'l elegant line of suitable articlt- ,
:IHniixwliere! to be had that is at all .
.i rhjt. tlat'leilia for less than :' vice and easy gentlemanly ad- J. I. :-;tepheu*, you .ur'ly can find _.
in --- - -
; I Ir dressCAUL SCIIOriKLD.j soDiPthhi to i-lfd-e you. If yon .
,. : 1'n :-: 1.111)11 tci =Stli9O9'racre. It may
i ii ---- -- !in the Diamond line I-
,1 want anything
I I ;
.\ 'I. I n.UKnix! led that tl.o Harber proper-i i I Immediately. be sure to see him before you buy.The ,\.. t Il"Ir.'i. Eu'iiini:: Call on

i '.. i : tjht.t: ':. ,. was 11..ul1t !(>'' 1-",-
1 : .t.h' I| (' ,:1's ale sometimes more troubteiti :. y o YourU'1I FriciiiN
cathedral fouiulai
:alll) 1,1 tl.t'! i :%-H'
; .II -' than in winter itss. mall who own hi- own home .
iu! sumuKr ; ;'.::> ; "
'j ii-'uc.! I.I :ltL:::; afterward tor fc ..
jl !. Ian! ui Keep from adding to them insure liin>! flf agani-t lot of ,. y. -' L\i! a you wit fitiJ will bf warmly! received
.-_ .1.. ad t'.lls: is but sample of1..ert '
.1. a :
I' n.ii! !!. ioi'In.-: off after exertis-e.. One ,. trouble! and worry. l\.hilh'! cut Uftt&: : ; 1
II t! leceut traiivictuii:. Tiei1 I A"! 111.! t'Itteh: Cure cures: at once. rare hi* ret.t ..i.J tt'! it-ut div I f if yon are w"l1tud neatly
"f ; \''!-roil! i I.:1"! purchasi1,] for .\ -"IIIld' safe. Acts immediate!}'. terror'tur hill It'.. ri-y to. owna f ; -,A dressed and your linen i, isiirpproiicl/

I 'qIi ?:j. .u ni, ofd! ] III Mi :New; "lands Iflr Ala),- silt\ t .M\ : (I. i r coughs colds, cioup. home novv-adiy-. Thos. C. I I -,,:.,,; ..' II -l .II.
A f
:. r' 'vvouiaii
'i- 01 ': hoA !1': till".from uln,iti 'olunil ru-ni'iii.: lonLt it'at! awl lung trouliks.ri'arma I1ar is' Watson & Co. can t..-il vmi hum: ,",, V .. 1. I' ;:. <> refinement

i I.,, .. .i I I''". I I,! ivv-i rues. n:< Iii:iug the oW: huiise. for ,. (.> John Sheppard and Sidney ea"} It 1". tall al.l! -..e ti.em. .:. f' w ? r i! ", .--Vv always gauges! a IIHU'well bred in-

i 11".1; tho spr JM t".I" .I and li.cIiuv refused $7o.0 '(' K..I.-.. ;,. / ': \t; jot' ; I 1 tincts" by tbe.condition of his linen,

1Mim, it. and ., fur the sau.e p:we. IIr. | :.i... \ j' : ; ." and he roes into hi-r presence i ar-

0; a iiiariuin are > 3Io<>i2>'-. rnrly Canter j jertt.irj There's lot- of money be madeti : LODGE DIRECTORYICNIGHTS it 'i. jf"r j ':..,. :0 ni'ired with |iotuty; when hid Sblftf. ,

v Ilatlilr.Stowaway S: '' ol thea'y Moody enjcyshorsrbieL renle-tate-lot-of it. A real estate j"lt t ,,:' "' < : -. collar alldcuf.; lure been done up
i* u-ually a finirer-board to 'fr'-"C tj1:
---- I as cinch: as the' "r-.J. ";- at the Mar: I.auuar\'.
i wealth. OF PYTHIAS ", :_, ._ :I '
Thos. C. Watson & :: c
Boer Prisoner Released, ,, pu-Mdei.t. Theie Is a dilTtuiicc letvvei -

\ i \ "rk. JuU. :1 tends .\lhr.,<,Itl. 'n the two r ' hk! ,s to rule! in Co.hive, the,some leading otters, Real which Estate it wouldbe farm !' n..cola Lodge:; No. S, K. of Pn

t. I.. '> 4.aj 1'in-r iH'isum-r brought; the .Mltiri.oi'ti lifter lie h.icm1!plete-d ,.. worth! your while to consider. Go meets every Monday ever ALL WORK C. 0. D. Goods CallEd for ark Delivered Free

J 1 n.Ii i, "-UtTiiiinla an the lil(>.lnh r"I' his di.i's work and: the other believes and -ee theta todland: don't wait lag at 5:5'> at Castle Hi!
'; ten b' that canter in the early nioniin. .t in tile Biount -. Watia TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST.
r.i:i.i i r r..It'I..1 firm fisfoiit : a ;; till to-morrow. f. building third door.c .

I M the I[' and of sps'i lal Inquiry freshens him for the t"H of the lay. Visiting brethren oorfl.iil

"I'I! < r r s I'!ti ntllIn''M! tistifulriiit The |'resident s.illiis, : from the White welcomed. CAMPBELL WALKER INGRAHAM, Manager.TIME .

in torroerlv nt! .,d in this ronni-\. house and mounts Ids horse promptly Marston $Quina are sole .'re H. He.

at '-ft In !<'..; 'u tight the llimli"';. utJ .,'e1' .k. M--, >i io Jy rises :hnrty! agents for the celebrated TABLE.

1:1.: be Ituc a II I' r Odor leas refrigerators

... ,
t f -- Foiey's Kidney Cure absolutely guaranteed or LaurelsAgain LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.IN .

1 Thi Hill Interest Man. '* EFFECT DECEMBER 1, IM
makes kidneys and bladder rijrht. money refunded. i -
T' quickly uitn'''Mice 15. K. H.llotanic ,
New Orleans and Mobile.
the fjtnou* P H* Cxpotltioade .
m.ItJ.1ln1l.. l -- -- -- -"- --
| theGokl'Award .'
Southern I"I',- LAW DEPARTMENTOF LIaa I :15m 1Il.j p Llave..Pl'o.acola..Arrn 6:") a I 4n p s,1p
1 i t, we will "foIlJ. :>blut"Iyfree. 11:511 a t7 p III a LlOave... i lnmaton..... Leave I s.z5: a ;;91 p 7x5 p
trial treatment''. P.otan; 11:1)) a Itl: p :2i5 a Leave __ Ioblll Leave 12L/n't 12'IS n IIIJ!! p
[li'tul = ..... __ :;!r.p 1$1" I.eave.w_ LrlPans. Leave _4.r'L, 1.25 a ._.-
Itb..>vl lUtiu H. B. ILL i quickly cures -

( ul ulm, -cr"ful.i, ecifiii, itching John B. Stetson University North.

-kin and blood humor, c:ucnr, eatI'tiiij'lr No. 2. No. 6. So.1 No. S.
f III,'. tr.teriu'orr".tHIIIcvtbuncle: Do Xjnuclf aT"loi-icirt. 11IJo'i p m 1:1 p m Leave... Pl'o\acol. ..Arrive Ino pm 11011. m
':U a m 4:5:' pm Arr\'e: Montgomery 1I:1 a m 9:5S p ra
+ or otlfii-iv* eruption-, I'au\- .JOHN P. FOKUKs, I'll U..l'rr"It'lIt.l.UEHTJ.. FAI'.IUH Cold IM4aIa .
LL. 8., Dean 11:59 a m DIN pm Arrrve. Birmingham I..t'ave rwl a m 1"J6 p m
I.i b,-lie* .r print-, rhetiinati-Mi. ca- m 7:03pm 3IOa mrrlve.......a.bvlll@ ....Leave ..... '''00' _
i tarn If any M' t>d or kiu trouble. fall IVrni Coiiiiuoiiifs 1Vedue'ilaytetober 1 1rO.. t tiNed.rd8 ; 2:5) am 91h: a m Arrive ".00 l.oUliVlIl@ ._ .LPne eli: p m 2f: a m

1 Botauic Blt't-d Bilin >t B. H. n.1 i heaUvrty TWOEAR'' lOl"lt"F.-TJ.! Lan Departmentot John B. stetson University Rives 7roam i159am I Arrive ArrlTe.. CloclooatL..LPav.St, LotJ" .Leave 11:'>1 pm 11:15pm
1 6:15pm
1IJam : lpm. lIMpm
till' ,'r I'lInrltn1.l1.I'.. the a tvo-veaiV cour..I..adloll; to the dt-iree of LL. K __. : -

t F bl' ">tl pure and rich jnJ 'topall Stetson IIEIiKEtl'I'nliersitv admits To to THK tae Far\K-The diploma of the LawDrpartmentofJohn B. Sill >H Camtemer Bros. PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.

1 i itctie Ktid pain, l>. tanic Blood t t.RTH EK IN n'tUt.\TtuS-t'ortbe Announcement ofl-">::-3,and a'u other deilredintoruiatioareiiarditKtheLaw :000. 21-Vally o.I-Dallyl 1 ostop where time not ubown :I No. 2-1.Ia1l7 'No. r-DaU
Itjlm i B. B. It. thoroughly! tested : Pepa'tment.aldress I -.
tot W y par* in and private ALBERT J. FAKRAH. Dean of Law Department 11'SS pm 1I( a m Leave .. Pensacola.Arrlvel I IoI0 pm 8:11 p m

pr-tclic, sad ha* cured thouand De Laud, Fla. IIDNEY DIESES 12:13 night 1:11 1:11: :: : ... Ynlestra.-IIcbemla. n.... :: 1(1:11 : 11:1111""
UN": -- 11:01
It ._. .. It 10:31.. I ..
care given up a* hopeleSold at 13x{ It 1:1 Escambla.- ; : 657
drug .tore*. II per large bottle. For -- I 11.$j r:2S: It It .... ._. Mnlat _._. ".. 111:11: It 6:45 I

free treatment write. to Blood Balm Tulane University of Louisiana. are tht molt fatal .f a fl 4*. 11'X2:79.I"It 1.21 1.3.S ,". "" ._...-......._Galtclty.HarD _._._ If 101"11):15" 11'1'1 1I:: 1"'

Co. Atlanta.Ua. Medicine' sent atouc U 59 ,' 7$9 It __...... Milton ..._ lOla If IIM":
1 t '. prepaid. De-crbetroubleand ua. 1'1 am..... .. S. -.- Good Range __ IM ..
advise ivell. BotanicBlood 1Vo'cr Orlonus. 1:5.'i" U" .-.-. Hol" .... 5M 6:11I ..
fire medical : 2)1" ..tJ" 1111ao __ "' 'I
9e: ) 611"
i Balm H. B. I.) gives life I 2:51 9:51 It _.Crtstvlew_ Sag 1'10 "'
f tlgor and etrent:th to the blood. The FOLEY INEYJ0lE I 1:1)1" 554 If ___...Dur Land __ 8M" gm 1 "
meet; m.J punfler nude. T.ixauic EDWIN A. ALDERMAN, LL.D., President. 1:23 It 5:10! It It It Mossy Head. 9W I 1:11"
603" e.i5" .Dei'nntakitpringa. It
Mood -Halm B. B. B.) gives a I 1:11 It eu.. 8:11" 2f.f: to
Full CourieiinI.angnagesScIences.F; ngineeringLaw, Medicine. Pb rmacy. Art. .. Argyle 1:" tel
II\\1i supply to the skin and 6;..) I 1i:67' _..Ponce de Leon.. to
healthy Seven Separate Departments. ixteea Bu Idn'p.: Extensive Libraries, Laboratories or money refunded, Co dalntrenudla 7211" 1:1S
6 10:10 If If
: .Westrllle.-. 1,6
aad Workshops. SplendidDepartmeatforWomen in the Newcomo College. .. ? 1:17"
entire ytetn.Pocket 6a B.15' Car1vllle... n H l.4 II6J.1
i I Tulane in all vocatloiJ8. Its Jaittiejfor: instruction cofnio4 br s' 1:12
areunturpassed It 10::$) It _ConUI1_ II.M" 1 tt "
cutlery and scissors In IntheacademladepartmeotOPtato tbl! ou'h. EI by"lx instructors Louisiana and 123: students last session.of Many seholarkblps ant phrticUni' ae the bat lot 110)) 10:47" It ___Cblpl@y...._ 1I1 It laa "
boys. Expenses scbolsrsnlp
fL student II:$) to 11:111" _...Cottoodale_. 4U 1:1h 11001
I 11175 tor session. Board and lotlj'ng In dormitories low Opportunities
:! from the nncst to the academic student for self-belp. In the Academic at Colleges rates., po b 7, if pfjpcrfr prepared afforded Kldap and Bladder troubltt. 7)0 1-1 "" I' US"11fS" "" _.Marianna_ __ "It 111"to lIfS 1:11"1m
C1pr@u. 6M
.k the Willis for college work, w'ill be turned away from ia.JbU.ty: to pay toitloa. Next session be- "
7:40 "
at 11.5:
cheapest I gins October 1st. Send for Catalogue. >r1uglee.11& .. Grand Rldge_ 552:
., I I 1:00 noon _._ itneads 6:1: to 10M
Hardware Co. Address, R. K. BRt;FF,Secretary. W. A. D'ALEMBEBTE. 8U" UI.l" rrlyeR1nthllctJonLene 6la" 1.IJ: M
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-- I I POLISH STUDENTS RIOT. t I a member of 'the executive committee'

o I So TiredIt until his successor shall be chosen in

Bitter Feeling Manifested Against I the year 1904.

German School Teachers. may be from overwork but I Qualifications of Voters. t

lUrlin.Ju'y 2.-A symptom of tl..; the chances are Its from an inactIve i Those and only those persons shaH
blttPiness I be permitted to become candidates before -
of Polish feeling against LIVER.
-. I or to vote at or participatein .
the Germans has been
exhibited In the 0
&CY With a well conducted LIVER the management of this primary
? village of Juschken near election who are white democratic electors
one can do mountains of labor
'.J western Prussia. All the GraUden'ii'j' duly registered for the electIon *
,ot'. school at a signal! from without fatigue.It I in the year 1900, or on the 12,13 and \ {!

: boy. mobbed the school teacher a man I adds a hundred percent to 14th days of June, 1902, who declare I !

> r"). earned Borchert and mauled him severely : ones earning capacity. their adherence to the principles and I for infants and Children. j
tiI. with sticks. The teacher : organization of the democratic party,
i it be in healthful national state and if The Kind You Have Always Bought lias borne the ,signature 1
[!7:1 grabbed a stick and used It so effectively can kept action i county, "who :
/ by and they voted at the regular election of Cha II. Fletcher, ami has been made under his ..t.1IIt.'rotmal .
/ that he beat off his young assailants I only byTuti's
i held next preceding such prImary oulwr\'iiion for over SO years. Allow no ono
who ran home, where they were
I 'If/f' welcomed.The election then voted the democratic to deceive you in thi. Counterfeits, Imitations and .:

I \:: :. ) warmly ticket, national, state and ".TII..t...... o ItI" are but Experiments anti endanjjer tho :.
I school administration, of course county, who are by the laws
regards the attack as having been Instigated Pi of the state lawful electors 01: health uf Children-Experience against EXI) rilllent. _

THE THIEF OF BEAUTY I by the parents who, at Jusch ; the election district in whicH they

It Captured by"redfield's ken and In other localities, have been I offer to vote, who have paid their poll The Kind You .Have'9Always BoughtBears
legally due not less than ten
Regulator. Intimidating G rmaij teachers. I I I days before such primary election is the Signature of

; '. .-.J,:women are awaking TAKE SUBSTITUTE. ; held, and who shall when challengedby ,

t :!,uherite comliness: has NOT SO MANY HUNGRY NOW. any elector, pledge in writing upon

i instead of glowing 1 oath before an inspector, his honor to r
J'.t: errs, the tell-Ult Better Conditions Prevail in Famine 1 i abide by and support the result of such

': here tiVen their place : District of India. THE PRIMARY primary and vote for the nominees
"Irmtlfl"ein", Weak :
London, 2.-A
dispatch Ins "
:"'ruing, 110 life to tctei I The inspectors to conduct this election .
"::.r pleasures, irritable been received here from the governor 1 will be selected by the commit. I In Use For Over 30 Years ;

i u hrs, general dispiritedi I general of India, Lord Curzon of ELECTION CALL tee at a meeting to be held at the rt et,,TOUU .... FT MU..r .note nfW. em l
-i flights, cull lea, "lar- I K -ddlt- ton. saying that better conal- I I office of Judge T. R. McCullagh at II
i.::1:1 these symptoms I tions prevail In the famine districts of I ---- ------ --- -- --=. -=- -- "-- :t
'. --- 7:30 p. m., June 2-1. 1902. This ccci i
:'fari'l\ weakened organs, India than have been indicated by the I mittee will meet at Judge IcCul.lagh's NOTICE.
f..n"l1'" the \veak- I REMOVAL :
A election of the democratic
i recent .press reports. primary office at 8 o'clock, Saturday 1C.GOO fr*.
"t the female -
i. d.I Sate organs as. I There havelJen heavy- rains in the party will be held in Escambia county, night July 19, 1902, for the purpose of; Awarded at Tarts {

'. ilt> liy: iy.taking your Assam, Burma and coast districts, useful j Florida on the IGth: day of July, A. D. ,, canvassing the vote and announcingthe % Dr. G. H. Tuttle,
result of said election, and the Inspectors \
showers have fallen in the Raj 1902, for the purpose of nominating I
BRADFIELD'SFemale will have then and there the Dr. J. G. Heard
piitana region and in upper India but candidates for the following offices: I returns of said election; if they have ,

Regulator I more rain is needed in the Bombay I One United States Senator. : not been already forwarded to the PNAIAROCHEWINE I DENTISTS. #
7 ,
I' One Representative in Congress 3rd i
'F .-narnctrualregulatot presidency, the central provinces anJ 0 0o chairman of this committee.C.

: .MS juinful, profuse! the Iterar >ri itory. The number of District. 13. PARKII1LL. I Knoiiis 7 and II, Masonic Tr tuple. '

; ; :. "i One of State.
irs tI dt '.1. TcautJ o Secretary Secretary. Hihestreeommendtionsforeweolpoorness yterhanrealbtnrlelryperWCmedwith lecb-
I 439::!I."O.> which is decrease of :200114. i
One Comptroller. ef Blood iiiomach troubles and General tieI I meal 1..1I. t.
:::r cit {' 1:1 are the! re- i ; .6
1''r Increases the aprctuc, strengthens I
1 : -..' 1.t:1. Our Luok, ; Two Railroad Commissioners. thenencs and builds up the enure !>tem. ISpertal' attention given: to "bihlrt'o' :
t Health for Women." free I Myttery Surrounds Woman's Death. 1'One State Senator 2nd District. INSPECTORS AND CLERKS.The ,, TrrtbIeld' Rlld fi.rct-laui Fillings, Clown t
xx rue l>r< uot work.r.r ,
end nl1gt' j
f,0 RECULATOR CO. AT LA'.TA. CA. I t'huaeo. JulyThe exact <-aw.'t Two Members of House of H p PARIS .i'

I II of the death of Miss Hannah MayThnmpfon 1 rcsentativcs. I:. t'ouerra .1 Cu. t Material: Competent Kijuipmtnt. I t ii ,

I who died at a boardinghouse I One Tax Assessor. following named persons !hav-. term*. VI. I Telephone, 4i7H.linrorttre .
One Tax Collector. been appointed by the Di'iUu.-ratUExecutive rt
HE HOLY CITY on May 20 last while wearing lOne County Treasurer. Committee of Eacambfn \

a beauty mak.: probably will nevi Five County Commissioners.Three county, to conduct the primary election .

Mill Hrtrmlilr* n Hrent be known. After hearing evident I Members of the County Board I of July 15, l'J02: : in their respective ,1 !

err.. ..Mlilillp.. Auro.iitrilly i on the rase the grand jury refused to of Public Instruction. : precincts under the rules of theo 1 1 W ;

"!+ "huililinl upon ; indict "e\i( -rt" 11 W. Wesley Johnson i j One Justice of the Peace for District !o State and County Democratic Executive -: 1 I ::1 I

Ih'lnw the lum-os.! i who was administering the facial Xo. One. Committees and the instructions These tiny Capsules superior*
nl if the I 1 I i that will be furnished them
-tr..I < prtsiy I i treatment to Miss i;:; Thompson and wnchad One Constable for Districts Xos. 1, I to Balsam of Copaiba
the di..tinul-h\- Precinct No. 1.-G. C. Clifford. Jno. and Drttlrrs .In_
e: sirv 3, 4, 5. 6
been held the C"Jjrbs
: on charge:: of mtirAfr. I I | and Injections.J '
..l ..j.t> older l cith-s-thoNi > I One Chairman of the County Executive M. Rich. Sr., inspectors; R. L. Rob t I i
'ln-iui.-ih: llt-roil, llailrioiuar. I Johnson, who was arrest d Committee.One I I eits, clerk.Precinct. I J cure in 48 h
; with his willis still locked' up in jaIl. Secretary of the County Executive Xo. 2.-Frank Marx:, Ash : "oi&e i'FVi.>* vitti'.. \ \oymt'on-, 4.i.C t
'!e, <; i rUt'S'nltt'r Williams Whit the Jur.\'s report is made i', Committee. Cravey, inspectors; John Davenport I -- Inv 0 Rv lEvery I nMUGGISn Fancy Goods, I '. i!
court today there will he nothing executive clerk.
One member of the county
I ti.-.y( : City to his paper: in CoM FINE CHINA TEAS, )1 !
J ---
bar his release. Committee in and for Precincts Nos. Precinct:0. 3.-C. II. Coyeit.V.
o one to twenty inclusive. Wilkins inspectors; C. H. Kupfrian, 31 South Palafox SL ,

.M has ln- 'ii lniesiil:; twenty- Annual Coinage Statement. The State Executive Committee has clerk. Woman Laundry Office. Pensacola, Fli.NOTICE. .
ca rl..flr.l tf vic-i-sitiulo, unI prescribed the rules and regulationsof Precinct Xo. 4.-S. P. Hendrlx, Marl
Washington July 2.-The annui hsintercurdandlnuldtnnw -- -- --
.1 I in the hiitoryf the.rl,1's the primary for state officers including I Hurd, Jr., inspectors; John Langren 1, t about the uixlrrfu .
It hay! NfU t'liniiHl sacked coinage statement issued by the director the State Senator and members clerk e MMWL Whirling Spray

the 1;round its inhabitants of ; of the mint shows that during o of the House of Representatives I Precinct Xo. 5.-A. J. Busbee. W. D ; Q.. 7ienrwlpL.l.rrl.r, JVf. I have been authorized to takeouRa.lrrW.

". put t'. the sward, all the : the fiscal year ended June SO, 1902, i'land the County Executive Committee, Weaver, inspectors; H.o'. Frater, en--Mwn* CVnveniFiit ltrta6+ subscriptions for Wm. JenningsBryan's .

r.\\ !Iy its iwn proplit-ts the total coinage executed at the mint at a meeting held in the office of I clerk. It C ItftBM-ft paper "The Commoner. :

'. ,- iiiinf to .. yet Jernr of the United States was $94,526,678as .1! County Judge McCullagh on the :2Cth I Precinct Xo.C.-T. J. Davidson.C.HHobbs '.......draowt..11. '.,' The price is $1.00 per year in adsIlhaoanneiIupidytLe ;
i\ p.i s I : Those the
M-inlilrs a treat: fortressI. follows: Gold, $61,980,572; silver, day of May, 1902; provided rules and inspectors; B. M. Bonifay rihrr.l.lltend M tHt t.I.. 'r-r.t,tnnrpforII no itiw'9A ? ._. I can vance.have it sent to desiring them by seeding paper i i : ;I

: regulations as follows In accordancewith I clerk. ruairatPli.. ."_tl.d.It jTi.
J30.116.3C9. -
!1.1.! a.!t'i Si"ell from the HIYW : $1tNlto the undersigned. '
I the platform and regulations of Precinct Xo. 7.-John Hammock JW. fylipnnn ulara an n'lxes.' Its massive pray Campbell w'luahirtglalir l. M\K\K|CO.. H. M. ROCHE, ,
for the
the State Executive Committee Norris inspectors; ,
'. '! roofed LI U's.' its "I I am using a box of Chamberlain's; nomination of candidates for Tax Assessor cleik.Procinct. Room :t.Tlm 1 Bldg., New York. Care Daily News. t

',rt !".:< with their con Stomach and Liver Tablets and find Tax Collector County Treasurer Xo. S.-Geo. Gibson! But r :

.\.1 minarets, present 1111'11the best thing for my stomach County Commissioners School Prcc-tor, inspectors; Taylor Crabtree

tiir>-. tM-atitifuI. sulitruisi I PUT used." says T.V.. Robinson Board, and Members of the Executive f'1I-It. THE GARDEN SECTION 11

ttnjiiituro ;;al. jt! >tii-e of the Peace Loomis, MichThese I Committee: Precinct Xo. 9.-P. R. McXeill, A. J. ;

.1 tablets not only correct dis-I The names of the candidates for Cowart. inspectors; W. T. Dick, clerk, o-OF-o
unlrrs of the stomach but regulate Precinct Xo. 10. C. J. R. Ed I
"- i li.i* 'Mirmw, rtlrty these different county offices and members Ward I

t' ', I'.i- 1\ .tir fciipp'y t".ir its "'*.- the liver and bowels. They are easy of the Executive Committtee must dings inspectors; B. H. Bryars, cI.l k.I IFensaoola Florida E.. :
-. I"mit'ieiijnix in n four Im-h to 'ake and pleasant in offec-t. Price' I be printed upon the official ballot to be Precinct :-=0. 11.- C. B. Lee L ,, ,
p iNt.
.. -.., ::.". c-t nts per box. For sale by alditmeits used in said primary election July 15. I Minims, inspectors; J. B. Stewart,.
i ii
;p. a < jrtu sire few and ;:mlllIt" \.
h. and medicine dealers. Iliu2, and no blank lines will be left I cleik. Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus. t ;
'u--c are hillK-lie-I t.)!?etlier
t on said ballots and no voter will be Precinct Xo. 12.-J. L. Scholls J. G.
r. _.>r.I fur room or.'leallline-.-.-. I I i ,
Steamer Is Blown Ashore. allowed to vote for or write the name IOIi\'er. inspectors; E. D. Bergs, clerk !
r. .und'r.TuulI.111.1 0:11. HaltimonMd.! .. July 1.-The stean of any candidate on the said ballot I Precinct Xo. 13.-J. G. White, Sr. Beautiful Lots for Sale. i Ih:
-.f t'" liijh inlu-in, walls.n er Cambridge, of the Baltimore, Chesapeake unless the name of the candidate be ,\. A. Fisher, inspectors; J. Emmttt

."' ._ fanatical I. imoraiit i ; and Atlantic railroad!\ has bee; ; printed on said ballot. I Wolfe cleik. 40x137 feet at from $75 to $200 each, accord- i.l
r Hindi t<> detract from Each person desiring to have his I Precinct Xo. 14.-Jos. 1. Johnson
: blown! ashore at Claiborne during to location ,
!"'it il''.pite all\ this and' i name printed on the primary election I Date KugU-man. inspectors; R. C ing and surroundings. .1
front the Mount of htavx gale, and i ih high and dry upon: ballot as a candidate for the above Caldwell clerk.Precinct -

sue in Its (-;:'...111 ial dt.- o the fiats near there. There is not county offices and executive commit I Xo. 13.: -M. P. Palmes Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View, ; t

.'i the framework of its much jinispei: t of her lining gotten ore ;tee shall tile with the chairman of this I Mansfield Moreno, inspectors; F. M High, Dry Fertile Lands. ,1 Ii 1

> I' in fa-cinatins tusrivalcm : unless the wind shifts in another Jlroclion. :I county executive committee on or before I Whiting, cleik.
o the noon hour, 12 m.. ou the :24th Precinct Xo. 16.-J. G. Howard C t
I. : of which 1M- .;
r which JCMI. day of June A. D. 1902, his notice of Flowers, inspectors; J. W. King. The grandest opportunity for investment ever :

wept.fling ;i Three Hurt by Engine. candidacy and application in writing clerk. offered in Pensacola. r :
--- i I Ito have his name so printed upon a Precinct Xo. 17K. A. Kuhen. J. Alit .
I Charlotte X. C.. July 1.-A South
the System. blank to be furnished by said chairman ndrix. inspectors; J. L. Hoyt clerk. Home Seekers Should See j
crn railway yard engine ran into 1 t
accompanied with a sum of Precinct Xo. IS.-John Gibson H. .
--- ---- -- --
tU bowels that the wagon:; at the Second street crossing t money assessed by the committee as Enterkin inspectors; J.1.. Harrison.
i of illlI 1I ril t.s. Couiii late yesterday afternoon probably fatally -' follows: olerk.
: -V.Clubbs
: headache< MIMJJSOH.S, dullness In the I injuring a negro; driver and also Each Candidate for Tax Collec- Precinct Xo. 19.-W. H. Trimmer. 1 j ;

d at first, then un- Injuring two other persons who wen tor . . . . . .$100.00 Terry, Jr., inspectors; F.1.. Wood. t
1 0' ami! finally serious in the vehicle. The wagon was de Each Candidate for Tax Assessor clerk.! Corner Garden and Alcaniz Streets. I

.1 remedy is applied. I molished. . . . . . . 73.00: Precinct Xo. 20.-G. W. McCurdy. I
Each Candidate for County Daniel Bowman, inspectors; F. M i
Early Kie rs prevent Bronchitis For Twenty Years. clerk. F. C. BRENT W.M. Ii KNOWLKH, W. K, HYKB: JR., J. H, KKfcME.: ;
simulating the liver I Treasurer . . . . 73.00 Mayo, .
thealthy action of Mrs. Minerva Smith. of Danville\ Each Candidate for County com C. B. PARKIHI.L. President. Vlce-Preeldvnt. t'.,bi"r, Alai Cttbier i

-.. 1 little pills do not III., writes! : "I hail bronchitis for missioner . . . . 10.00 11.1MURPHY; Chairman.
rat by J-trmgthening: twenty years and never got relief until Each Candidate for School Secretary 23jtf ;"

'Ih! them to pei forms I used Foley's Honey and Tar Hoard . . . . . 10.00' First National Bank
Xevt-r gripe or dis- o which is a sure cure" Sold by W A. Each Candidate Justice of Peace 5.00 I POLLING BOOTHS I

!'!Jalrna'y. John ShopKahn. D'Alemboite. U'l: South Palafox street.OAI9TORIA. Each Candidate for Constable. 5.00 I FOR THE PRIMARY.

i Candidate for members of the Executive -

Committee are not required to I Following the polling booth desianated OF PENSACOLA. FLA. '
e..n'" lil8 Kmd You Ha.e Hlnays 30!$
.....II.., pay any assessment.As .
t II Hi attention all SJgnroe 1'1+ # _' soon after June :24 as possible a !i for the primary of July 15: DXIt.EOTO"a j
i Precinct 1 Xix School house.
I -
of above-named
list of all candidates for
-ni.d iiinl aiitap>niziii I Precinct 2-Kupfrian. Kupfriar WM. H. KNOWLES, W. A. BLOUNT. F. C. BRENT.. K. HYER, Ji
I positions will be printed in the newspapers
II.-! tbouu'bt h.> was :u> Park. D. G. BRENT,
Medical Society, Attention ; and the chairman of the committee ft.
.i.-taken: us there Is each i Pre'lnctWin:

1' -'iMi iiiio read writer of the his in B.bleUlt finest cur IanMo im"l .. o he.he There Pensacola Board will of be Medical a Healthif3'ce regular Hociety meeting 1t at ol* after claims notice the of that will 24th candidacy his give day name a of receipt received June has any been for and person left if ,I I Old Pl'cindIFHry Precinct Place 5-HI'aulah.Pass School Roberts house' rrii( D ID d muli: c b c Aan 1 nU! aid So 1 i I

'clock p.m. Tuesday.; July S and :1:!. Precinct 'i-Powelton. Cantonment.
fnnu its off of tile list of candidates published I
Visiting; physicians are cordially Market. 1
unless he Precinct 7-Pine Barren, Beef !
his claim will rejected
>invited to attend. the I rWe draw our own Bills of Exchange on Great Britain Ireland I j
holds a receipt for same trom
II..",..-* \.|n....0"". DR.W. C. DKWBERV President., chairman t i Precinct 8.-Crabtree, Jennings's. j i Germany, France, Austria, Italy Holland, Bpain, Belgium, Russia, Nol 1 i t tI
iti'ilucts of ancient OR. L. DEM.: HI.OCKEK, If a larger number of candidates. o store Precinct, :9.-Bluff Springs the usual I way Sweden Denmark and other European countries gallows of *n25ttf Secretary. shall be announced than were contemplated ; ; : M-o-; .1
whell' the above assessment was place.' __ "Vessels D1sbursed'.po Favorable Terms, and theft
t. the oity. Had the made the committee can. if they see I Precinct 10-Wardt Holland, Ward] Obligations Taken Payable at Port of ne8tir.a.ioE Ten or Fifteen Dari I
.iwaro that realer al1 blacksmith shop. I\ after Vessel Arrltea there.
fit to do so, cut down the said assessment. 1o
I 1- n wu ie\il these bllce The Beer The wters of the entire county Precinct 11-Walnut Hill, school o !

hoc twenty foot bighUtn will tote on the above-named coun- I I !house. HrSafety Deposit Boxes for Rent in Connection {

and : Precinct 12-Clt, Intendencia and! o with which have Priva !
tuft.-- officers. including the chairman we a Apartment for theUu
Made Alcaniz.
That secretary of the executive committee : of '11.""A A MM. ;
: Precinct 13:: Garden and Pala
; -City,
; It and ,
nays Keeps Handy. except the justice of the peace

:"''iff pains. r, d a and long general time D6 ANNHtI S SDFAMOVS! r U UI constables county office and who the shall candidates receive a for majority a- i,I fox.Precinct and 14 Palafox.-Pat McIIugh's store Ro :,

;'rimariIto in.lnioW :-- office shall of all be the declared votes cast the for nominee that i mana Precinct 13: -Maloney's store. Intendencia WE WILL-FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE! !;

Sialdina.| Verona, i and DeVilliers.Precinct .
of the democratic party for that office.In sacane fear for our handmu -
aanI I i4th ..
rtotry : 1C-Pineville the usual G iimniiMaUilto
"t b< tti r at once and! the event a candidate does not receive l I azl*what tauitiful.. tar. .... |'.'n'.oJ
the cast place. In unii we Jl'.e f' r. ; ue ,,.
a majority of votes another 1* n red I >l ,
'- d si venty-MX. oats i Precinct 17-HfEnt', Spoon's blacksmith \ carrHiai*. U rivtvnLj .r. f. .lt..fMI -> ,
VICTORIAIADF. primary election will be held on .prof l. t
yon a 'J wp .
\ants. teniarkins thati ; : : J l Jl.t k a* \
I shop.Precinct i or ln'il if IVrlui the
j iqnir i
i I effttts as t-lu has the 12th:! day of August 1902, to choose rhl, o.''J' .......of 11,4ha1..1

;\ ,101 handy" Do notsmptoms. :\ BY ACME BREWING CO.iusr between the two candidates receivingthe I place. 18- McDavid. the usual ,".IA..I"&I.! prmi'.niii: m the.. Ki I.rtet. ..... |- .i.-,,t.'i'U.j rIb ...... (.a4! 4 l
'"rlnj1 Jo highest vote in the July primary.The 1'1.e.t'.lot ; Precinct 19-Molino.Ward's. store. i *,.f-ttf rlioji oi/y.rt lioiitol S F
UOTTI.B BKF.r.IN voters of the county at large e apIf
: IO-CKNT: d
If is err uO-l'lirr Ill..., .
rail sa Drat h Precinct Flomaton re a tH>lv I .ttifwH
i Century.Cut '
'h, TOWS.'DANNHEISSER. shall vote for the chairman and secretary bat a 1..j'.I.: 1 I +
Will h
:did.! helot .
i rfit j de
y<' .o-l!> IiIHT
,, of the executive committee and BRlfI'roL'T ..... Hraiiofftt t' ', .... i 'k".. : !
+ ant.ngthtn"I ,.. .
this and take it to I > .1 I
: iMit an am vprymottl p t wittvia ( .
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BROS of each inct shall votofor : 10"1\1.1 .> i 1.
the voters pre aooCmr'rderwm ,. it 'i
-in: \i 111 toiM. It ,' .ot k.j I.- C I. > i.
a member of the executive committee : drag store >>r ml .'dne dealer and ge ilaifPhar- AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATE a nx of Chamb'-Iain's\ \ Stomach am;l N.t"F, i'' ,,, Vfkxvli a '1111.,.,' ., "
",,i from his precinct and the candidate Tw>f.1 lo-dijr M> ii n.r. are a: f""l. r ate t.inn 0
ydtleyt ,
Liv Tai -ts T'M best physic Tty .... ,
the executive committee receiving p "ooM .I't: t ui* / Lop' w .t n. Wi'tn. j N n L p
I I. f, Harpr Whis y. for alai ': r'-.t t: .s'irrs :If the stomach ...Sin :'i-p. .rctirfan... W ..-d'J_. .r W ; a1 w j ; -. t,' ., r 11
the highest vot cast shall beFOley's la a frv lUjrt. 1. mare tnan pas *: II'. I- .fe iTrr t'- ri .lid' '4 yi irluadulio. S
Pric. 23 centsBANNER. fr Mrt. Au.VLa lilltlIL>(..- ioiBit-1 bcforn W),TJJS aa. fl.." drl,.
4.H"1."O ; =1L. M am Hou?e-401 8. Palafox street .. ,

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IJ J .Specials. :


The manipulations: of the clever I 4t

LEAGUE. forger and gentlemanly crook THE BIG STORE'
+CttdtC,1i* FOR THE
J. M. Randolph, have been extended -
The Democratic League of Es- 1 ; I
throughout the South generally -: 1

cambia county has been invited by I Linen Suiting. LADIES' 3-Bar Beaded FEDORA, French Heel...... ..... .... $2.00
and reports yesterday showed 'I
the Santa Rosa County Lamar Club "

to attend the Lamar rally at Milton that he was: a dangerous: and shrewd For MEN'S SUiTS...... ......... inj :"" :I 1 j LADIES' 4 Strap, All Over Pat. Leather SANDAL, French Heel $2.00
I I For BOYS' SUITS ............... tft 3 I"\c yd' ;
Saturday morning and a number of operator. I For LADlE SUITS... ......... 112 lu \ il LADIES' All Over Patent Leather SANDAL, Buckle and Bow $ 1.50I
that organization will attend. Since THE NEWS story yesterday i, (

They have chartered a special some startling; facts in connection : White Madras. LADIES' Patent Leather Vamp. SANDAL, Buckle and Bow. $ 1.00
with the man's here have de- COLORED MADRAS.... ...... ... : I
train, which will leave the union depot stay i \ i SANDAL Buckle ..... ...... .. 70C
I For OENTS' SHIRTS...... ...... ill t to 2ae yard \ I LADIES' One-Strap and Bow.
at'J:30o'clock Saturday morningand veloped. When he came here he deposited I F BOYS' WAISTS.. ........ .... :

return at 4 p. in. a worthless check for (15001' ( I LADIER' Patent Tip OX FORDS...... ..... .... ...... .... .. ..... 65C
White Goods. i
with the American National Bank !
They will take with them Chaffers' I ( 1 I i LADIES' Bourdoir SLIPPERS and Black...... ..... .. .. 50C
..... ............
celebrated concert baud to furnish and by means of small checks i| LACE STRIPES. ( I ,

music and they are promised a royal against the deposit would succeed in ;i 1 FANCY REVERINGIPES............. 41:1 t to 2oe yard i> | LADIES' erge Home SLIPPER-3.. .... .. .... ...... ...... .. .. .. 25C

I' small I* <11 j
reception obtaining sums. I 25 Dozen Boys' Waists, Good Percale, Fast: Colors..... ...25c each "
The Santa Rosa County Lamar Suspicion by the bank's officers'was ( ;: THESE ARE CRACKER JACK VALUES.
I 'i 25 Roll, New China Mattings, Heavy Goods. ...25 to 35c yard laid ;i ', I
caused the fact that when he !
Club expect to make Saturday a red : by ; ) ,

letter day hi the history of that ) wrote what he claimed was his name Also Plain White China Matting. I \I" Iil -

county and they will have a big'!' it was: done in such an illegible I' J Three Pieces Velvet Carpet-will Close Out at..... .... ...65c yard i

crowd in attendance to hear General !'|; scrawl and nervous chirography [ 1 Plain Shades ..... ...25c each. Dodo Shades.... ......35c each. I((( il MEYER SHOE CO. ,

I t I
q1 will al-o perve luncheon after not be figured out. > ( 1 i
: I Odd Pair of Lace Curtains Cheap. ( : Feet Fnrni,her* for fu'h Omill.l .
} the ?peakinsr. I In Vicksburg, Miss., he was lately !I (( '.1, .1'I I

-- -- operating, and it was from that Pre i 1
If Man Lie to You ; ( ; 1
a ,
f4I I ideut rritllth, of one of the banks'tlsere ( !
say sudiie salve ointment, ; :
i wired the banks here of the -
lution oil or alleged; healer is as good I (
I' Ui Buiklen's Arnica Salve tell him I Itliry forger's work. At the same time 1 ''l I ) I J. M. FOLKMAN,

>ears of marvelous cures ofj:, Mr. Griffith notified the Pinkerton I JUilliain 3olu00u) & Bon.NAVAL I 1 \ I f //'

I'll.Hums, Boils, Corns Felons i iUlcers i detective agency, Chicago.: : t ,{.; tt'ff/* !, DEALER IS

Cuts, Scalds, Bruises and Skin! This man also used the surnames : ( v
Lave !
i _.- ------------------- -------- ( I I Samp-
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Eruptions --- ---------
It's PAPER"e
: j ro\e the best and I of Ryan and Rand in hi* forgeries, - -.- ------ -- ""TALL\ I the Largt'Ilnufacturf -:
t hape.t.. 23 r,nts at \V. .\. D'AIem- .. -I >u 1.
the -- --- ---- -
always clinging tenaciously to -- !
----- the United StateS -
U.I-: drug itllre.
initials M." STOUia JlAUKb'l. I: I
t ?t i Feather Scroll, 15c( per roll.
{; 5asas 25a5sasasEss Randolph: a* told herein yesterday, Reported Dally for The Newt bi '' !
l'niona'al SlUre.Oo. BUT NOT VOTING Dining Room Tapestry fl.ou per roll.
represents himself as a wealthy railroad
1: I

I contractor a man of large proportions WW ._... ..... tsh I H............_......U 7',) Senate Bill 29, A bill to be entitled, .
: and of PrePos-a-i i:? ap- :a 1.- (j .... .., ......._.. 1 III1ai "An act to require railroad companies 4f ..* Contractor for Decorating t<
'Ii .... ..... .. .. .. .+ j' Y _... ........ ..... ,
: pearance; suave in iimmer; handsome d ....... ... ... ..... : ,-, E- ..... ........ I 5K. in the state to erect cattle yards and
i AND PERSONALS __ ..... : :sI. It.. ........ ..... I .i I CAll I'p i'lione Ala ur Drop a I "eta! Card
on I h
and wearing clothe! of the ..... ..... .. ..... ..:. C. below..1.'a crossings on their lines of railroad tri
BttKITSTnBrikSnSI11'4ONE ; : in certain cases." The Journal shows frf p ,I All Work C. O. D. and liuirtuiti-: .1.j 1.!

1 !.S2S'25252.52525 c25 cs255aJ late-tstyle. I that Mr. Myers was present but did Corner Ra)'len and Government SircriH.
I Florida and southern bank: -
generally '
bliss Anna Adams of not vote. Pages 399400, Senate Journal -
Bagdad is are warned against dealing OF MYERS' VOTES I !, 1893. ': One mock West ofl'ofctoffice, IhI:11n! ISISI: .: j j.. .
si'itinl; the Ml-es Ollinger at At. !iI! : 28june1w'I .
!UnU.Kguhr. i with him. AGAINST WORKINCMEN I
i !
--- Ice cold melons large "
( <\ IU '
monthly meeting of the House Bill No. 225. A bill to be en- I J
luscious and at tho
lUughu-r! of the King Fridny, July IMPERSONATED ti tied "An Act requiring employersto ffffffm

4h, atonal:! the resiJeuce of Miss give cause of discharge in writingto I Stratton Ice Works. Telephone ,

: Carrietfureter. All members are re- I POLICE OFFICERS agents or employes when discharged. your order. \

r *-" quoted to attend. j jMr if requested to do so." Mi. Myers' = I II i

Iffi ?. Allice Bellows, Miss Mabel --- voted against this bill and it was i '

Chrl-tie killed in the senate. mMV 1r;
and Miss Marguerite Bellows -\ John Sherman and Sam Loeb, I

of Chicago; arrived here yesterday i j well-known white men became intoxicated (Senate Journal 1901, page 1369.) I e* BARGAINS

afternoon and left this morn- I .
yesterday- and the last- : I
lug for DeFunLk.g i|
j named acquired a notion to become' I NICK'SRITliNT
Lucy Poyiiter who has been I
I iu charge of the millinery department i I a policeman. He found a police AT SICARI'S BATH HOUSE

of Win. Johnson i Sll\'; mammoth I man's old helmet somewhere and

store for the past two season, made use of a short broom stick for j Frank Sigari will issue Iii family

left for the north this week where !1 1I i a club. ;|, season tickets for baths at his splen- EVERY DAYo

Foe I will pend the summer.Mr did bath Louse, for a family of one
I Attired in this garb and accompanied
1 it *. K. A. FeriulJ and Miss 1 to three at $1.50 for the season and
by Sherman rambled ;
up ( for of from three for two
a family
Maude Feruald have gone to \Vaukehi up
1 1 Biyleu street and were trying to enter .;( dollar These season tickets will
; where they will be pined in
4 l F a few days by Cupt. Wui. Hay, :\IB.I| a house against the protest of tLe entitle the family to bathe whenever DAILY MENUS

J. F. Taplor nod biby and ;Master occupant when Marshal Cr"dillej i they wish throughout the reason.23jlm.

Hays Fernald. They will visit variom came along and arrested them. j i Comprise all the Up-to-
cummer re-orts before | Date Dihes tba Markets
returning A simple charge of drunkenness t Cleaning: ladies skirts and waists -
home : Is one of c-r specialties. Star Latin- of the World [
wa placed again them but
; upon, dry. Afford.
Ml- Aues| Chevally of New Orleans !
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promise of signing; a temperance:
g who has been a of the
guest ;
pledge and to abide by it for twelve'' ICE-COLD WATERMELONS AT
Mi-sea Kronn for the pIt: several ;, L FRIEDMAN & CO'SBall
days, returned IIUIIH today, accom- months, they were not punished. Ladies' Private
paired, by Mi-s! Mamie Itruwu. Mis q--

}!town will visit for IOUIH time in the Dining Parlor.b<
Crescent City, later: ';pindinga while

in Mobile before returning to Peu"a- i I

.. coal II I JULY FOURTH Regular Dinner Daily.Short STORE.NHNH'M., @

Mr Jake Wells .if XJflkt", !
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i. ;. K here vi-itiiih' her llIt>tllt'r.Ir D. I
I The fol! ing-nanini! n.rr ants Orders Promptly
H. Rowan. When she return*, Mrs. 4j
j Well, -*r., will ;o with her to visit : have agreed to close then !:'T"r's" at 1111r Filled. Night or Day

f h'r"'HI. Jake WelU and his broth i 112 cluck July 4, on acccuti' of the

t Otto have made: brilliant recordsas ': K. I. K. picnic at Magnolia BI: m.S. (Ill
er. I H It's Something Good to Eat
: I theatrical managers and are IMWcot'luctins i I that date: you wish you'll find it at N'fi
r chain of 1'cnsacola Tea and Cuff' C A.
i I. amu-eineut
Ore' nhut &; Co., Kusjer &; Kl1g 'man.i r Nick Apostle'sPopular -

houses ![i Lewis Boar & Co., Hall & Kl in II.I Ball Hearing keen cutting I I I will repair your watches and
i tOT 10 (.u.-. I jMulk-r. J. Ajlward.. Frank Reuiy; Restaurant. !I jewelry in first-class style. J J -
I Jos. Coleman Geo. & Son. M. Lawn Mowers at the I
Pryor J
Sl'n til Tams!) ?>u-l ,, (II k. lick or j Stephens.
Pfeiffer &; Co., D. & I. May,.r The 't -------
\\ rll.i Willis Hardware Co'sLarge
1 John White Store, Globe Clothing C _ ._ __ I
j i : Good food and the right kind will Jal :\Idluh.: \Vm. Johnson &; Son X. I IA } h Satre by buy i 11 gi

; city .1 man through almost any- .G. rorcheiuHT The Esl-amh.a Furn- : luscious, juicy, i lUlMOj your furniture -
,. : faine. Commenting; on the powerof tore Co., L. Friedman & Cn. Ryans'sVariety ice-cold melons at Stnttton '
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I it !; Grape-Nut*, an Oaklind wife Store F. E. Brawn:>r. r.itIt.- *S*PU AAp tfflCTIVI PRIPARATIONTHAT ; at Marston $ (hfina'sGreat
writes of the experience of her hu5bitid. Hush, A. M. Cohen!! iCj.. CAN BE USED)WITHOUT COOKING GRAND I I Ice Works. Phone_ _for on e.IUl.iann | Furniture Emporiurn. -
.. ', c. Gonzalez. & Son.. C II T1 Tier, HS GIVES CO RlCUFfS SHIRTS 1D fftHERCH.ICATEF '
3CiCSTKCFII SKEA! !>l> *lAii Iwo years ago my tin-bind had F R. !truce. 1) Hale Wilson & C"> J !
t'- the pneumonia which left him in a X. Andrews A. M. Avery This C 4th of Picnic &re in ui-IiaUiuo.-- Ut uruiu-cure-fur OI1..t. 1 I 1 .
eat: oonJition, unable to work for \Vatsun & Co.. McMillan & C- -rs. Wiilis July GUAM KAClltSlOX GRAND EXCURSION.To .
II several months. The doctor Hid he Hardware Co, & Q ina -
would nave to bt very careful or it Will Mo\er. W. J. & H Furl. 's. Rose
i: woiitii. \ tarn into consumption.Wfhavea nan & Gerelds Bas & C Wt. FalK ANDCELEBRATION
? Iirge family and he ('.ul-<'n & Lim! Van }', 't C s H.IKnlorg. '.
nm-t work sick fir well. Hearing .
i : Moer SNuC: 'r
i I tnat: ir.tpeut:: was the strongest I
I t J uoun--ing food we l'ouhllinJ he be- AT
'I gnu ,.:i the food with one ejrgwinch MYERS FAVORS FATPICKINCS Best Laundry Starchon

I break1o1.I the Market. Magnolia Bluff To Greenville, Montgomery and Mobile and New Orleans M .
, FROM LOBBY Birmingham Saturday night July 6, day, July llth, leaving Union 1
"H left home at four-thirty
aevrudaysintheweekandafter every NO BOILING NECESSARY.The BVTHEMYSTIC 19it2! leaving Union depot at lu:30 Monday morning at 11:30 o .
-h morning o'clock on special excursion train. sharp. Fare for round trii- 1
rF t"'oyear use of thefood Senate Bill No. 172: To be entitled Returning, leave Birmingham Monday Mobile *1.50; to New Orleans. $i
he 1 is a well man. Even the Starch Manufactured K. I. K.r .
only at 10:30a.m. Montgomery From Cantonment and Century-
cough has left him that troubled him "An Act to define lobbying and to I 'I '
in the South, at 2 p. m. This may probably be the asPensacoIa. A special rate w
after hhHJckn I
long sl.
so <' prescribe the measure of punishmentfor ASSOCIATION.Watch last two-day excursion going north. made from Milton to Pensac,
t' Our child, a boy of four
I II) youngest persons convicted of the same." Help Build up a Coffee and refreshments will be connect with thla excursion,
and a half, was a delicate baby. .
" I As soon as he could very eat anything we Upon its passage the vote was: for Grand Street Paradeat served on the train, going and re- turning leave New Orleans Wed...
.' 10 a. m. turning. Fare for round trip, to day morning'at 11:30 o'clock
I started him on Orape- otd and he Yeas Messrs. Borden Coulter SOUTHERN INDUSTRY.
j'I Bryant ,
Greenville and Mobile afternoon
Montgomery, $250 Wednesday
.1 has to be a large child taking Bee Posters for Full Details.A : ;
crown McKinnie :
if- He Crosby Pirrong Rogers, to Birmingham, 13.50. From Can- o'clock. Coffee and refreshmentwill
euU for a boy JixyearsiVd. is.
r :!. a bright, strong intelligentboy. Roseborough, Wolfe and Yancy-13. handsome prize will be given to tonment and Century same as Pen be served on train returning

: a very." Name given by Posturn Co., Nays-Messrs. Bristol, Brett, Calhoun the lady selling the greatest sacola. For farther information apply Purchase tickets at ticket office
:1" Battle Creek, Mich. Lay the dust. You can buy number of tickets. to For further information applJ!.
I Drake, Johnson, Kirk, MYERS, ROBT. KING ROBT. KINO
Ask the cook to show you the reF -!: garden hose at the Wittis Admission including fare 35c ,
Smith of 30th, Smith of 31st, Summers ; P. THOMAS
eip' book ia the package: of Grape2 *

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