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 4, 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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-THE LAMAR RALLY GEORGIA DEMOCRATS I from approve personal tb; wisdom find party and W-of' TWO TRAINS COLLIDE

.. the nonpartisan policy which characterizes ( SLEEP I

our present legislation! upon i
I NOMINATE TERRELLAlso this subject and commend the same! WITH\ FEARFUL CRASH

I to the people of the state. j

AT THE OPERA HOUSE Indorse Local Option alien"We as recomend will confer such upon national the inter.legis- :: Accident on Pittsburg and

Law as Party Policy. state Commerce commission power to : Western Railroad, FOR BABY
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make just and reasonable railroad

rates and charges on Interstate ship-! .
I. unar candidate for the: governor and his cabinet had I PROVISIONS OF PLATFORM.It LIST OF THE CASUALTIES. rAND

Broken up the state convict pool ments. REST FOR
third district, spoke (
which had existed for several years Ship Subsidy Bill. 'I
Uurges Separation of Liquor Question Running Rapidly the Trains Collidedat
,t-uc audience at the and by which action Escambia countywould I MOTHERSSleep
"We cordially commend our United ;
The now receive some $10OuO per I from Politics and a DeclarationIs Glenshaw, Pa.. and Bofi Were \
:'a.nigbt. gatheri
annum for her convicts where she i States senators and members of the } I ia

large as could have formerly received but about $1,200.1 J Made in Favor of Equalization of house cf rwuresentatives in congress' Badly Wrecked-Cause of the Acci J i

r: ., extreme heat keep [It was a significant fact, he said, that. Taxation etc. for their able and patriotic services, dent Not Yet Determined.

Eugene West one of the quartette ;! i and we especially approve their couise j I

who would otherwise who had lost the state convicts by Atlanta, July 3.-The state Democratic I in opposition: to trusts; in opposition i ito 1'ituburg, July 3.-The Akron ej \

but it was representa- this change was now supporting Mr. j < convention yesterday nominated a colonial policy; and In opposition |j Press on the Pittsburg and Western;

Myers for congress. ; Hon Jos"ph1.: Terrell for governor to the ship subsidy 'bill We urge 'j! railroad collided with the Duller A' .
respect and the re- The speaker Escam- i
congratulated placed before the people the that every article of commerce controlled commodation at Glenshaw. Pa., at !S0!
bia county the fact that Senator ,
i ,. 11 ral Lamar and the Mallory is to continue in the United ) 'other candidates for state house; offices by a trust shall he placed on I o'clock this morning and both trains

were cheered enthu- States senate for at least eight years : judges and solicitors, named a the free list and all tariff duties be removed were wrecked. Four persons were

yet, and he assured the people that 1| :new state executive committee with therefrom. seriously injured one probably fatiti for Skin Tortured Babies and

if he were elected to congress het j Hon. E. T. Brown at Its Bead, indorsed "Believing in the correctness of the ly. Their names are: Rest for Tired Mothers, in

-inched! candidate was es- would stand shoulder to shoulder with : Senator Clay for re-election by the principles and policies outlined above, :Mrs. 1: Quinn, of DraUetown Pa.; Warm Baths with

the senator in all matters affectingthe 'I legislature and adopted a platform in skull fractured and badly cut about
'.. his hotel to the opera and with the full assurance that the
interest of this and
city count which the plank of chief Interest, perhaps the face and body.
candidates presented by the convention -
the Concert Band and a lie thanked the ladies for their pres- !'I
ence and said he hardly knew whatto was that urging that the liquor to the people of Georgia are :In Charles S. Leslie of Aspinwall Pa.

ration from the Democratic promise them, but if they would question be kept out of politics and Indorsing every way worthy of their confidenceand I leg broken! badly cut and generally uticurt\

: dS! r whose auspices the come to Washington after his election the present non-partisan leg.islatlon i support, I'e most cordially Invite bruised.

.iheld and from the East he would place a large part of on the subject, namely, the all voters, irrespective of past party Frank Francesco of Allison Park.

.I that salary and of the privileges of local option law.Feature. affiliations to Join us in carrying Pa., left leg broken at ankle.

rook Club. The line oft they the position couldn't cane at their to Washington disposal. he If of Platform. these principles and policies into execution ;M. A. Thompson, of Evelyn, Pa. YSOAD .,.

illuminated by badly cut about the head.
many and unanimously electing our
would be plased to send them anything This indorsement was made the feature
i brilliant red lights. they wanted, from a mustard of the platform adopted by the nominees." The cause of the accident is ui

seed to an automobile. known. And gentle applications of Cuti.!
o'clock President T. E. convention upon which the Democratic
ANNISTON HAS BAD FIRE. Ointment of emollients
Other Speakers. candidate for the governorship will cur a purest
: the Democratic League WILD POLITICS IN CAROLINA
General Lamar' speech was followed make his campaign. That he and his and greatest of cures,
meeting to order and in a.. | platform will be given the approvalof Several Dwellings Burned and Two to be followed in severe cases by
brief addresses from Scott M. Lof-
by Tillman and Talbert Campaign Opera
< !Mo.sen words he introduced the people of the state at the pos, People Injured. mild doses of Cuticura ResolventPills.
tin and Henry C. Clopton, the popu- Sensationally at Edgefield. I
', and by an overwhelming majority, is Anniston, Ala., July Anniston has This is the most speedy,
l. H. Lamar, the candidate lar candidates for the legislature; Columbia. S. C., July 3.-The first
as certain as the coming of elect! m been visited by another destructivefire. permanent, and economkal treat-
..' League Lad endorsed for Mayor C. M. Jones, and John B. Jones, jarring meeting of the state campaignwas
day.This held yesterday at Edgefield, the ment for torturing:, disfiguring,
the lattter candidate for chairman
Previous to the introducv.xer a plank of the platform written A frame
was two-story dwelling, a one- itching burning bleeding scaly
home of two of the candidates-Till-
of the county executive committee.The by Hon. J. M. TerreJl! himself. story frame dwelling and part of a double j
President Welles ex- man and Talbert Each claimed tits crusted,and pimply skin and scalp
speeches of these gentlemen all The indorsement of local option, two-story frame building were
._ ague's regret that Sen- other had the meeting "packed." but humours, with loss of hair, of infants -
deserve a more extended mention, this recognition of the existing method burned to the ground at Glenn Addie.
the result was one of the most turbo and children, ever com-
.pry, whom it Lad also en- but lack of space forbids: in this issue. of dealing with the vexed questions The fire originated in the two-story .
i lent meetings ever held in the state pounded. ..., .r.
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appertaining to the rebtriction of the house between the double house and ,
r!h.> btnate, Lad been called Each male good points and was |
In contrast to the meeting at Captain :\ItLtin5gnP1'PnPLF.I'! '
j ( SOAP,
liquor traffic this of local How it start- j
acceptance the ont -story building.
i"- of the state and was heartily applauded. Heyward's home Walterboro, a.i-iite'l l byC'tru i'HI (>i>Tm>r, for I.'autl-
option as the doctrine of the part, ed is not known lut it began in the j f>ini5 the hkin, fur rli-nmiiiij! the walp. aDd
from the I when not one of his opponents wae the bto|>|iln;( <>( falling hair! fur Boltt-uliitr,
i. S. ji ly absent was in the following ia hal
paragraph second; story and when discovered ...
interrupted neither of the hiU'iiiiv,an'l .thlnl!red,rnuyh, wad sore
the platform: enveloped the stalr" I candidate haul_.and for nil the )>ur-i-cs| .f the U.llct! ,
l. "
WEEKLY SHOOT wed make himself heard for the luthaninuri !M.lliun'uf"''' -uCu
"We. ...-do -not believe' the cause of tera Those in the middle Louses awoke cheers and counter IK'IK S'MPinlinth,fur nun,)!ins Irritation,
General Lamar. be I cheers for Tai Inll.iiiiiniitli'iH! ,and rh-nini-i. IJ..e otlin.tnc .
perance should made a politics 1 just in time to escape from the burning um or
I but and Tillman. pcr'tdrntiuu, In ",,lic- for ulcrrutlvew
\ .1I"ara" ):P''f.with DIXIE GUN CLUB issue in this state. The best int'.v. buih ;g. This house was owneJ euliie'-tfs an<1 formallY ranatiT'tHiitl-4>|itleI

.. J. I "- .li'iiUuac and at ItS ton eats of the people, as well as the furtherance by1 r. Leon Ullman. The double j jhouae' Talbert spoke first and wheneverhe >urj1<' ('i' which Tca\tiJ1'i'II ..-.t tli"'liii<:ivea. 1
:'":"----= I wild and frenzied Spud! throughout. wirM ...... "k. Oinrnrit, I
Mi lt'iMn hi> address by thanking of that cause, demand tha partly burned, is owned by Mr gas. applauded 9*, FIU.S..'... BHtuh Ite put: ?.*,<">i rtfrhimi q7.iaallac .. t
yelling for Cillman wool dba Atone 1 .
(Vnioiratic league for its en complete separation of this question J. U. Roper. I heard ,.rotuIM.Vosruaute1eropaantua.Purs !
I'u-vious records made at the shoots time for 43 minutes there
:it'-nt of his candidacy. lie said of the! Dixie Gun Club were smashed from personal and party politics. \" e Mr. Leon Ullman's loss of the twostory such.. continuous ,
that the
'..j..r"l'IlIt'nt Lau strengthenedujli yesterday afternoon by Bl/eeker approve the wisdom and safety of the house was $1,8000; insured fog yelling speaking
non-partiean policy which characterizes I had to stop. Talbert was forceto ONE OF THE MANY MYERS'VOTES ;
nit the entire district, Forbes when he broke 49 blue rocks
$500.Mr. retire before The I ladies
it :.. dM from the repreif i out of a possible 50, dropping only our present legislation upon this J. H. Leven's loss of furniture I concluding.
one bird. In the shoot 100 birds subject and commend i then left the hall and the meeting AGAINST THE PEOPLE
dearly every interest of at same to thf>. and. household goods will be $300; noinsurance. I
.11.1 I capital, he appreciated he broke 07, which is itself another people of the state." became utterly unmanageable. _

record breaker. He was closely fol- Tillman was greeted with frenzied "
\Iir.ssion. He also The vote for
governor stood: Ter Mrs. Morgan's loss of household j
i.i-t: End Club for its enKim. lowed by William Yates, who dropped rell, 19i; Estill S2:!, and cheering, but counter cries for Tala l. Senate Bill No. 28. A Bill to be entitled -
.r only two birds in the fifty-bird shoot, Guerry, C6. goods $300; DO insurance. -,? \ ""&- "**' I
The bert came and he stood and wait. "An Act to die.
up unjust
following is the prevent
.in, said he breaking 4S. platform :ia I The other occupants of the two
was pleased
r iIh- canvass had A team from the Dixie Gun Clubis full as adopted: houses loss of household goods will: I I ed. The chairman, Tillman and Tal- crimination in the rates charged for

'ii without much pro-per preparing to go over to Mobile on "The Democracy of Georgia in convention amount to $4f>0, and the one story I) bert, repeatedly and vainly tried l') transportation of passengers and

-- and he thanked his July 10 and 11 to participate in a : assembled congratulate tha dwelling totally destroyed, will be a obtain order. Finally a crowd rushed freights by railroad companies

:. "t the press and oftlnir tournament in thaT city. people upon the reunion of the wh.'t-; + loss of $500. on the stand overturning chairs and other common carriers and

consideration in In the team shoot yesterday Yates' people of this and tables, placed a crown of flow
state in the Democrat The f
damage to the house of :J. ). to prohibit railroad companies and
considered, howevil team won by breaking 73 out of a ers on Tillman's head and bore him
party and pledge them such .
an administration Roper will be $500; no insurance.
,' '{ public criticism and The scores were as follows: as witafford 1 The people SHRDLU IJuOkan n I be from charging other than just and "
to outdone the Talbertites
i ,i fit subject for com At 50 Birds. complete protection to life, liberty Two people were slightly hurt during

Hies. lIe said Judge H. Forbes . . . . . 49: and property and the pursuit of the fire They are: made a dash for their favorite and reasonable rates, and to prevent the ;

'dsed him for run William Yates . . . . 4S happiness in every person within her Mr. J. H. Levens, hurt on right foot j took him out on their shoulders. Th'J I granting of any rebate discount over

.tine while holding ont J. Muldon . . . . 4C borders. We indorse our state administration He was trying to move an organ from meeting was then broken up. weights and other special terms td

he hal noted that V. J. Vidal . . . . . 44 and i firms
commend our chief the house and in some Lis fojtj: persons corporations or and to
!iad; and each of mashed. j provide for for
'iat' uo man in Florida GcnV.. Turton . . . 39J. our state otfl- was I damages violating the

M- tine good thing un- W. Bullard . . . . 20 dais for the capable, faithful and honest Nancy Crow, a little girl, foot cut. i conditions of this act and to prescribe t

another. In this con Total Scores-At 100 Birds. administration of the state's tf- She jumped from a rear window an1 :, Crops Injured, Wires Down and Rail a mode of procedure of rules and evidence -

i SI! he knew of but one R Forbes . . . . . 57 fairs. her bare feet were burned by the lut i I! road Traffic Blocked. in all cases." Mr. Myers voted

.' .!'mistA very had made J. M. Muldon . . . . 94 glass which had broken and fallen on'j' Grand Rapids, Mich., July 3.-A tremendous
Equalization of NO the
Taxation. on of this bill.
...-u and that was in his William Yates . . . . 91 the ground. Not serious. downpour of rain early tc- passage (Senate I .

::..iat 's for congress, and V. .1. Vidal . . . . . S7 "We favor such legislation: as will day which was almost a cloudburst hi Journal. Page 1211. 20june2t :

,- i that rectified on July Geo. W. Turton . . . . S7 require persons, both natural and artificial VETERANS FIGHT severity has done great damage ,. ,

J.V.. Dullard . . . 62 to pay their equal share of FIERCELY. throughout southwestern Michigan.The I I New Line for Charleston. : j
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ar said that the selcc- taxes upon every species of their fruit crop has suffered! tremendousloss. Charleston, S. C., July 3.-The Fruit :
:.> represent the people Rock Island Desperate Struggle in Raleigh Con
Completes Survey. property in strict accordance with tin I Wires are down to the north Dispatch company, of New York, hal I
-II it t in congress::; was Guthrie. O. T., July 3.-The Rock federate Soldiers' Home.
constitutional; provision established\ a direct line of
relative to and south, where the storm was most steamships
c.: mauler, but it was Island has Raleigh, N. C.. July 3.-At the Confederate -I ito
\\ hllh man stands for completed a survey from taxation; and an amendment to the Soldiers' Home here two inmates severe and information is hard to ply weekly between Charlestonand !

1' the people themselves Gaber Okla., to Perry, where a connection constitution limiting the' rate of taxation obtain. Costa Rica and other Central!
Pittman and Pitlman I
v' his record in those is made with the Santa Fe. to the lowest figure/ consistentwith Harris cousins from Franklin I All railroads running out 'f American ports. The steamer Taun- a
-t fitted to represent and the announcement was made by the proper maintenance of the Grand Rapids, except the Pere Marquette ton will leave here with the first cargo I
quarreled about
: .- di his own record in the engineers that the Billings lire state government, the a pencil whichone of nut from Costa Rica I 'j
public I
institutions are tied up by washouts and on July t
said: the other had taken.A .
I. he showed where he of the Rixlt) Island will be
connectedwith the cause of education and a damage to wires and track. Grand It). There will be full accommoJ.v I
"ni! for the interests of the Santa Fe also within desperate fight followed in their;
a year liberal and just though not I tion for passengers the local board (
extravagant Rapids and Indiana passenger tra'nNo. o
i.amt the privileges of These two room. Harris, the larger and stronger -
,i -pociflc illustration::; of by eat and companies west lines are connecting pension system. had Pittman down when the latter -I 3, which left here at 11 o'clock health having provided for the land I'I'ing I
tin "We pledge the people of ""last of passAngeri here under certain
r"1 aIled the death of entire territory.Students Georgia drew his knife and cut Harris' night for the north, ran into a
Pcnsacola in an honest and economical restriction
tra of administration
throat. The gash is 6 inches long washout at Belmont and the engine

inn down by a locomo- of the affairs of state and an earnest and fatal. I and several cars left the track. Engineer
To may prove
Expore Labrador.
"" widow had been effort on our part to reduce the Coleman of this Oil Company of Georgians
city seriously
Pittman declares he cut in self-de was
555S5 i damages by a jury. Boston July 3.-A party of scientific rate of taxation to the lowest figure I I injured. Charleston, W.'a.. ., July 3.-The St.Mary's .
fense. He is
1 turned down by the students from Harvard, Brown. Tufts possible. under confinement Ie Run Oil of

1 'Ivt ause of alleged! con- Dartmouth an.d Trinity colleges, with his quarters until the result of th? I company Way- .
the of "The best efforts of the party are is I BLEW MAN TO ATOMS. cross, Ga., has been chartered here to
jiiiu1 on part for three months' jury ascertained. The fight causH
plans a explorationof
lilt"'ii. however the btrofcy pledged to a revision of our operate on the Coleralne tract of 6.001)
a big sensation among the 90 inmates! |.
inland Labrador sailed the
was elected to the on publlo school laws so aa to make the present.: j I Harry Sexton Threw Stick of Dyns acres of land in Camden county, Geor

I... bad introduced, and steamer Halifax for Halifax and St. common school system more effective mite Under Pink Gibson. I gia. The capital stock of 125,000 haj
I 1 John's, N. F.. today. They are .under and i '
core more In accord with the necessi Confessed His Guilt Memphis, July 3.-A Sclmetar 803- been subscribed and paid. The lr.
oi the the leadership of Colonel William G. ties of the rural schools corporators are J. L. Sweat L.
throughout dal from Mammoth Springs Ark.
Sylaeauga. Ala., July 3.-A ; ,
IISj! he merely cited this Glazier, of Albany. the negro : .
etate. : Sweat and S. XV. Hitch, of Waycrosa; .'
II tin- laboring masses who gave his name as George Harris says

.. -1! in matters affecting Of All Hot Weather Enemiesof Labor and Capital. was arrested near Talladega Springsand "At Union, 20 miles southwest from R. K. Hitch, of Atlanta, and R. R

.Ill"rl'bts: and he wanted "W, favor tha enactment of brought hire for the shooting cf here Harry Sexton, threw a stick of Hopkins, of Brunswick.
humanity cholera is the worst.
i -'o'r the question of Marshal dynamite under Pink Gibson. The
Phillips last
laws will Friday nightWhen
railroad lawyer wouldn Treatment to be effective must be afford equal and exact explosive did Its work Greely Off to Alaska. f 1
thoroughly ;
arrested the denied Gibson
Justice to labor negro being j
,' Instrumental in put- prompt. When vomiting:, purgin and capital alike, and Seattle, Wash., July Brigadier
the being blown to pieces. \
the right man, but a bloody knife Nothing )
I i upon the statue books. and sweat announce that the dis- administration of those laws in General- Geo. Greely, chief of the United .. ,'
'A ''ndered also if the rail- ease is present combat it with Perry luch a spirit of fairness as will pro pistol were found in his possession more in Nard to tha affair has been States signal service, will arrive

'. Davis' Painkiller. All bowel troubles and he made a confession reported as yet.
-, whom his opponents tect and foster the interests which) are that in Seattle
today and will sail on the
tig to vote against him, like diarrhoea, cholera morbus already in the state and he was the man who did the work. .' '-- .I
encourage steamer Bertha for Valdez next Tu", .
t' at same bill provided and dysentery overcome by Pain- the establishment of He is about 21 years old and says his Drouth Severe In New Mexico.
killer. It is health new entrprJjiS. '1\ day. General Greely Is going
i r the employee In case -promoting home Is In-Annlston. .e
thereby affording larger and He was givena Santa Fe N. M., July 8.-The
injury by the co-negll- ; in all climates. more extended ka to supervise the work of building

.... --th r employee of the fields of Industry for our citltens. preliminary trial and was sect to weekly crop bulletin Issued by the the government telegraph lines front

.* attorney general he had The finest line of sterling silver Talladua Jail to await action of the weather reports show drouth In all Valdei to Eagle City.

.' hued a law, which had floods and silver novelties is to be "We do not believe the cause of grand jury.Fishing. parts of the territory. At Abiqule,

,: the hours of labor fort found at J, I. Stephens'. Prices to temperance should be made a political Rio Ariba county, the Cbalma river The one great virtue of Bomett'r

:ff s.tlo. please all.ICECOLD. issue in this state. The best inter tackle of all kinds was dried up for the second time in Vinilla Extract is purity. It ia real

\: administration of est of the people, as well as the furtherance and a hundred years. Water In other vanilla extract and nothing but vanilla
2? in which he holdsm WATERMELONS AT good crab nets at the
of that cause, demand the streams In that section: is also lower extract. (Always cue Bur
he showed where ,
THE GARFIELD ICE CO'S. complete separation of this QUpstl\1 Willis Hardware Go's- than ever before. .<1'' )
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STEAMSHIPS- THE MAN AT i|I much Men who older look THE FASHIONS. coMaglous I is Is the 4r name known sometimes as the given BAD tothat DISEASE. -

;is not confined
: ,.] ? than they are .Fine black silk! openwork stockings to dens of
A TRiPt1TO OLD TOM'SCopyright never appear are worn with low shoes. r or the lower classes The purest
OCEAN & to such disad- e Madagascar grass< cloth Is made up Blood POISOVJnce and infected best with people this are awful sometimes

Into ,belts and is rather smart for that mary
[ 1902. by the S. S. McClure through handling the clothing
!OSTONtEASTERN Company.] purpose. drinking from the

AND Even the chops looked lonely at OldTom's I The newest bows for corsage and the same toilet articles, or otherwise coming in contact same with verse qusing

RESORTS on that December night. Business terl s millinery! use show braided and knotted who have contracted it. persona

t I had detained me late at the office, = I effects.' It begins usually with a little blister or sore, then swelling in the

vIi4 #) for Wall street was on the verge of The dark blue! and green combinationso groins, a red eruption breaks out on Ten I
) years ago contracted
4 a bad
fashionable in waists, hat trimmings
the body sores and ulcers
appear of Blood Pouon.
one of its frequent crises. I had slipped I was under tre tm"t
OCEAN: STEAMSHIP COMPANY: l I and costumes five seasons ago: is being in the mouth, the throat becomes ola physician untill found that he
for dinner old
r out at the chopJ J
LOWKATKS-: .'Iaag.EautE 1 j I revhed.Houiton.. I ulcerated, the hair eye brows and do me no *ood' Then began taking
house. The exertions of the and .
day S.
1 ol Ocean .Brz.eS Icommencedtoimproveatonce
SO Hour : Russian and fine chantillj lashes fall out; the blood becomfnS.
each Weep J I the nervous strain under which I had I in a very short time! all evidence of
Sailings united in some of the more contaminated colored
designs are more copper the disease disappeared. I took Lis .
3 from Savannah Ga. J been placed had made me feel singularly with the expensive and elaborate lace medal splotches and pustular eruptions and tie and today am sound and well bot

J : depressed.' My low spirits did vantage as lions used this season.' sores appear upon different parts of H'M' wall. Morristown, TeJ:1l.I .
wife who her
; ..f 1hi Unttwon. keeps
Tt. Nand ltiM
l"i.i" m |wL s rtii-o I'npular.1pi.Nnta.eute| rcII r" not rise! even at the sight of a steamIng matronly beauty. The Long evening gloves are no longer the body, and the poison even destroys the bones.S. .

"W.' .iii rt ,111111. >t im-iit routemrilwnus..n.Ir.* a n. ail' .,.ull-rn loml. J ljri I Irlen a | combination chop and a mug of secret of health and buttoned but laced with a tine silk I S. S. is a Specific for this loathsome disease, and cures it even in the
tt_ ll.url I*, i"iit'irt ti ...i>iilali and' k. ur.'jj I the vigor which worst forms. It is antidote for the virus
manly and
i ( .,. ut I r t<. !loP. Vjrt.. the mustiest brew. I almost leaped j cord matching the globes run a perfect powerful that polut!

!i '01-...... .nl.r.noaa. aD........... j for Joy when the form of Dick Travis I goes with health is through; tiny eyelets set very close to- i the blood and penetrates to all parts of the system
... ante TO nutrition. When the Unless this of
a ee get poison out blood
.7 fI II. l>.....>. .....Irill..let.. ......... fla. r appeared In the doorway. Travis had stomach and other organs gether. I you your it w .i;
( .. *. ......, ..l.l r..I. II.. Some of tj-e neck ruches and ruffs ruin you, and bring disgrace and disease .
t i 1 ".....s H......l...._anal_1...... 1_._..."..1... r11'Jf I been a friend of mine at Harvard and of digestion and i, I children for it be up n
can transmitted
presented this season as attractive novelties your from ,
nutrition diseased parent
li" 'll R'yf l I k1r'1'JSTEAMER I a more Jovial, whole souled companion
there is loss of nutrition bear a c'ose! resemblance to pictures to child. S. S. S. contains no mercury or jHrtaia
I I had never known. I arose and wel
but is guaranteed a strictly vegetable compound.
and corresponding of those in vogue in the sixteenth A
LINE SCHEDULE I comers him with cordiality. As I took physical weakness. century. 4 Write for our free home treatment book and learn all about Contagions

i his Land I noticed that it was cold. lIe Dr. Pierce's Golden Blood Poison.: If you want medical advice give us a history of your case

( Betti'een Ppn..aciila and Milion-Iloat wore no overcoat, and his clothing :Medical Discoverycures CYNICISMS.Some and our physicians will furnish all the information you wish without an
diseases of the
i punt Dally Ficept Sunday seemed to 1* thin and of poor quality stomach and its allied I charge whatever THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA.

'CITY OF TAMPA?' yet for all that he was the same' Dick organs, which prevent men are too slow to make good I

l1l Travis that I had known in Hasty nutrition, and makes pallbearers. Sound kidneys are safeguards of Rubber hose, all sizes, ar

Lv )I lit onII'am i Lcl'ensacolaltlpm Pudding theatricals. I ordered dinner men healthy and vig Did you ever notice! that your enemies life. Make the kidneys healthy with .
Arl't'IIoaeola.O"amrlIlIon.: :lIpm orous. Folpy's Kidney: Cure. Soil! by"\V. A the Willis Hardware ( I,. vrynyBalsam
.'ar",1\111\ Knund trtp(1m,i. for two and over mugs of ale I forgot',' hate as many friends' as you?
: ; "1 wan a great sufferer I D'Alemborte, 121 South Palafox -
Wall street and the great god Mammon -,: from dyspp-ia for O'trt..o Every man tarries what he believesis strE'e.1 Stop.the Ttrklu.%
I years, and wa a complete Hi".qnicVlf& UiflaiDmai.oi. lluu 4
There rent
and thought only of Travis and physical wreck" a real secret. are no tecrets.

CK.NKKAL KKK.NCH 8CHKI>L'LK his storks writes Mr. Preston E. Fenstermacher, of Egypt, I"Jt. You will have pride lu yo;, w
I Lehigh Co. Pa. "I also suffered much with constipation (!) /rQ" I Hower .
Iv Following h the schedule of the "And how have things been going I tried many different medicines The better a man knows you the I te gardens they are "II.
I which were recommended to cure the trouble easier it i i" for him to find a to ground Your huebandeaIaxatihe l !
way :
( government steamer General French with you, old man?" I asked.! but these only made me wor e. I had uch a i' hieeigsatatefaonCT-ibsxeth3gen'ne:: :a home, and he can do it IMW ,
I which THE SEWS prints> for the i weak and debilitated appearance that it seemed 'ell you souuthiiig.j I BrornD'QuinineTibuutho !
\ look of
pain came over the face of though he may think otilerw:
l d benefit of the merchants who ;ship the man. He leaned forward. Iris a At* it last I had I came hardly acmes any blood an advtrti-ement in mv whole of body Dr. j of the i" irvelous things is that reuedthat cores a coM In cue
their goods to the various army }Pierce I at onct tried Dr Pierce s Golden some eOlplt't'r agreed well enough own, and if she will have a talk w .
1I : cold hand rested upon my wrist. Medical Discovery and Pleasant Pelleti.' I j
posts to decide on a wedding; day.
and Thus. C. Watson & Co. :
of ten
used about tight vials the Pellets' ;
I Lioa\'l-t J''' ueolll. ". ... ... rnf a. m. "I Lave a confession to make," he which I ,
Lt.VIHarranenli... ... ...._. ..... 7:511 a. m. bottles of the former'Discovery'of health" brought me A man will! loaf around a month lie- The undersigned take,this method leading Real Estate Agents tf t
i l'' LraTraPtckrna i .... .... _. fc?.I iii. m. said. "It Is against my pride to sayit buck to my date I fore ordering; a suit but when he final ) Dllsrinjr her services as a can show her how easy it i-1 .
.. .. ......_. Dr. Pierce's Pellets cures constipation.
Lrivt I'.arraiicai b:15 a. m.Lrkiri but before I in here I had I !
came not ly orders it he wants it next day.Atchlson .- flrst-cliss, licensed midwife, having )ne.
I'.n'al'ola! .. .......... in. I
a Arrives Borrancm a. m. and then i: had a mouthful to eat for three f :lrS. Globe\ 1 had ;35 years experience. I -
mall," a trip to tort Iclt..t and then return i I Can be-t of refereiire from Buy a new garden
The Same i : I
The Old
t tolarrancxs. stage has net been kind: to me. 1 rookery h,,c thnf Dining: with the Story.i '
INa\<-. Harr.nca> ... ..... .... 1:Ia p. m. !.i was a failure.onSenser'." I souls of the departed? Here is your i A. Kelly\ relates an expericnc leading phy'ici:1nsofthBCJty. 'f.rol1't7e 1 Willis{ Ilardwar
Leaifk I'ickvDk .. .. .. 15 p. m. j similar to that which has happen MRS. M. GIDDEXS,'.n..eola ... .... 1a1 1 ip. ni. I ILr \ I said': lightly. 'Do not man, scrgi-aut. Does lie look as though jltf lIt South DeVilliers t. I
.Tf. I'ickrn .. ..... 5:15 p. in.ArrlVfi he had committed suicide, ?" I in almost every neighborhood: in tin Company.
c. hitrrnncits 5:>i p. m. and makes< scare me like that rl.a '1. I hail almost! United States and has been told and
trip to McKee and return. i! forgotten that I was talking to a gentleman !:,t "Not mm hi": said the person ad- retold by thousands of others lie

On Wednesdays: :Saturdays the ;{ whose name of Travis masjuerades dres=od, a tall fellow, with n coal blackmustache. i says: "Last summer I had an attack DR. M 0 FrETT'S
'lUrranca-j via (
1I boat will leave : 1'ick- as lie advanced toward me. I lof dysentery and purchased a bottle ofChamberlain's
tn* for 1'eiixtcola at 6it: t 0 m. ( under that of Richard P.lack- "\YLoe\er '
p. j' I I I the IlllnVac;, sir! he Lad Colic Cholera and
I The General French is for army stun, the romantic young actor." your card in his hand when we found Dianlioca Remedy which I used according -

i only and any outsider must "I am sorry that I startled< you," resumed him. Looks as though he Lad been : to directions and with entirely

have take a pa-s from the her.quartermaster I' Travis "You must get used to thinking; about yon, doesn't It?" j satisfactory results. The trouble was

I ; o paage o i Jokes: i-f this kind." I,I! 'Til call up headquarters and sec If [I controlled much quicker than former" '( TEETHING POWDERS)?
: attackshen I used other remedies.'
lie leaned back in his chair and looked they Lave another identification. lIe .
I'' Mr. Kelly is a well known citizen of lLrK Si'Hllos. Ark j-s.1.' 1
\ .Dd r""I'. Tart Lark.W at me until it seemed that his eyes'emerged; from the telephone tooth a i Henderson.I X. C. For sale by all Bev.3. W. Bcrrr'nf ArtaniM Msthodint: Corfereneewdtei:) Enrlnlril And 1I1I''l..r..1' l h I'r me
few minutes later' two rkaaesef"TEETiIISA" ttewenderbowweba.rausedcblldrrllwnbutiLTI> ,11..c. ,.
"It's all
H. Whitney Ii not the only American glowed like: coals of tire. right, he i druggists and medicine dealers. toSri wnt us tparlve audit came ala mutt OI'portDD.llm.;our bttwwu in trrioni Ij'b' ..)
to suffer throtuli the breaUJuvvnft : said. "Ills name was Travis. Found t.P'DlobadroD.liIIODI"rday..andDotb'hll: that.e eavdidanf gn..d; lhaiw.-oij.ld <.( "".- E.UI. a..
( 'MI
'' niglit. said. "I'm sorry< to the ."" "" abet and he bu bad no further Uuuble. Ulbrr ffiembrn u( Ue family bare used it o .J .,rJ. .
Ills name on one of the pockets of his Un ....
goal thoroiisLlireds. The racing hate nuiiou'il Jim with one of my disagreeable a perfect.ace.
i Interest" of W. K. VandorbiltLosu I' ( momYou! won't see jncagain. coat-tailor's label, you know. Say Le IF YOU ARE

trlii;; is racing: on the French tracks ." was an actor. Do you know him?" !, and GIRLS I T [money lOYOU..I.btomak..ahltl"'r.duiing--pftre minients' it

j Lave: suffi'nil Kiiuilariy through the "C -me, <'Olli('. Travis.:"' I exclaimed.: It was; a month before 1 was again LOOKING FOR BARGAINS' II so you can iVHililli.. -'' by -.!I.
at office.' The doctors told ins our Blueine." tli per rent, commission on all sale.. An iiidl-p.'n-Hhlc artu'-V: for
i my that
s ,! t'reuLdoun of his PCM! colt ElleMiieiennd : ".b) !lack to the office with me. I'll me houst-hola-... P.verylady isdenghttdahenthey HeI Onv fli -t 1111I),. u.' tin--
Lis withdrawal from the treat, only If detained! there for a few minutes Wall street was enough to rack tlienertes i Kluf-..,ttT you PM-r need In tee \\1I.b. Write today 11..t"rlyour tarot. ,) iiskin D\.
of an iron .Idol aud that some one ..1..lInll we will send by return mail one 'I"I i |ftt'lo.lIg. if "B/ucine."
t lH>rby. EIIiall.rloi; turf elaacic.f and then come up to the house. they I For the next ten days I will sell : When you have Bold tlit-m. return us "Ur., retaining tb tinlHn' I if.' a' )wur 11 n.iiii.
1 Itt'iwts from !Paris as to the reasons You iii-vd a few days of re t." wondered that half of the men on slaw lio not delay but write at once
'('han; did not die of brain fever. you any article now in stock at a' .\t1t1rh". (ili.VN: 11.1\t':1C1C1:1\G; ( O. ItI'J'f. (' IN. Bill nt. 1'lIl1a. faBOYS
for :
1:11".ult'n.'itlulra wal "
are "ninevbat "I lid you call me, sir? I I
!, at vuriatue one says Le Met Peter the waiter was speaking.': : Poor Travis had committed suicideat discount of 25:: per cent from the reg- -

with an :1t'j'i ; 1 wns talking: : to :Mr. Travis, I said, price. it-you
r, training grounds in !'rllln'llotlll'r with some sllHoi annojance.The first greeted him. (gill Tom's choi i I save $2on a diamond ring or pin, |
j s t.t' Las mmpletely! broken down.Anyb Louse Las been closed up and its
f.ij waiter: looked puzzled lie glanced I where at regular price it would cost .

r 'w, the colt Las:' been officially << about Lini. OM Tom the proprietor smoke blackened fixtures have gone I $WO.( Hee; you save 1;> cents onevery 8 Years Old, in Cases of! 4 Full Quarts at S3.20 per cast
; .tTatdll..1 froni the big llnjrlish race, of the the hammer. I would that the
I was nodding: near i
dollar's worth buy. Now -------
i Li. only Hit.'a;.:etuent in Lngiand I the ale pumps. He, the waiter anti Iwere memories of that dinner could be as j I, you

EI --- I the sole occupants of the room. easily scattered< as were the effects of is the time to buy your diamonds or THIS : i H distilled at tinXUm' Co.

,4 John %. 1C"Ii.rrnn'. stud !Vemion. "Wlure is Mr. Tr.ivUV" 1 asked. the old restaurant which Is soon to be I watch or any other article in stockI ., Di-ti'lery, and H fully matured u.: W..H'

3 John .\. Mi Kerron, :U II). I Is reported I 1' nit know him, sir," replied the removed from the sight: of man. I i I very cheap. Call and examine before bottling. It is ab..olutt'IJ'lurl' and i t"t:: excelled -

1 lu luuuniuVeirt form Larger: and stron waiter. JOHN WALKER HATtUIXGTOX.FHIUOUH roods. Remember this oiler is for in quality by any Whiskey of the same age
The MaiiUan'is
no matter where produced. Royal
'( per 111:111'f'r before His stud season The gentleman who just dined with Kiss Revived. :1 only ten days. No trouble to showtt'oO'd eight years old when bottled, and, .,.n-idi'Mi-'

vill be IIlIIit...!. us be will be bred to me.." I "said. She-l am afraid that mother paw< *. J, HTEPHEN3 its excellent quality, is the cneape-t x !' i-key n.

I trot live\ mares this! spnn-Irene' Wilton. Tb.. waiter stared. asked for my you kiss me last night 112:'5outh Palafox street the market at that price. Asabev.ri! ....i.. .ind nan .-

:1' I1-*!: 7..lrllla'lIl..l's.. 1n: 4: Xitucna I i t'I'I''k. The! bit of paper bore the He-What makes jou think so? I I absolutely pure stimulant, there 1 i- I./!' b..HI r

dam! IIf Suui.ind Ilelle. :2.t'l: .li; I II |i charge for only one !service. The tablei i'htYell, I know that she passel! The tln-t line of umbrellas in the Shipped in cases; containing no mark-'!.at"vr tWHISKEY

I IVkn. ". II' ,. and Juinle \\"ill.'wotl. i front of me was bare. I could haves the c'on"'r\'ator some time between b city is at J. I. Stephens'. Jo look indicate contents. If purchaser up{ '/II x 11I.11.11I:
i e ty WilkeM\KMi out of the dam of Il i at them.I'jnyr.atMim. the whiskey, is not satisfied with:: t: I ljll tiny lito
I that I saw< nobody remove the and 11.-Town Topics.!
l i (rattan Ito,,. "H1* McKerron !is now can return the same at our expeu-" .>:-il tileyR
blue china plate and the pewter mugwhich I Kciip\r Right Away I will be refunded.

li the irc of sli foals, four of them be- II Lad been placed! in front of Dick \\heii a C.I rl.gra.luatl's and makes a speedy end of cmulis:: and colda.cA.e'roxx4. All orders should be accompanied byn .r
lug tLiN year's arrivals, the latest being Travis. He College do not always : .. EIGHT YEA5S OLD currency. postoflice money order bank UI aft "r "i-
out of hairy Iiarhiutuii's Marguerite; "The cheek" I liol-"it is for one. marr)'. /91'8 aged Yea Hale aeas, !JOg! e, preas money order. We refer to Fir-tatl"l1a..
:.11. by Intrigue. and the late W. It. It should., for two." hl''l'1I, when a girl Las! Lad a lot Hank or any merchant in 1'ensacola.
.'uh:'.. : MM-, ::.15. the Cleveland! of Bgulltura: J1-r-IfJ.
I Tom Ilallorau glanced at the add! money spent on her ediii-iition it I
('halkccr cuht: 'm r fl.f lS9Ii. of ,
; I tion. makes her awfully particular.) A. FRIEDMAN
1 ullt I;.rl_.....- w I I 'nh. yes," he ",a i"The gentleman troit h'rec Press // wish ; best I Ii ,
i, you very
Would who was with left
jou Ii to trade your mule you very hurriedly.

i h* thin! automobile" a..keil the faretlOU I, d-m't think you noticed him. He paid \t the ( nunlr; flab.Tiddler i i ice cream freezer at the very SOLE PROPRIETOR PEXSACOLA FLA.

I toUllkl his own check" ,, What wrecked Hunter's automobile i lowest price, the Willis
** I ? j jWoverlny I"[ O. BOX 41*. TKLKPHO.NK: 179
.su. null "Yes eLimed
I : :1I1&WI'r..11: r. lra!'tiHrinklfy In the waiter glibly. \ hardware Co. can please;
His abeentmindedne's.!
L'f :i mulits; cinit rarj. your 1 rememlter now sir"TLe i iHe i

Le t:11II"I\I r.Hut iivn a automobile ever a lie shone in the face of a to leap over a stone wall.-Judge. I We will launder your spreads for z bulk or bottle wholesale or retail, at prices thai

t..lh d. enet' is li-iH>l -s--WII hln!:. loan it appeared in the countenance 15 cents! each and make them look I are way down.

ton :'tar. of the waiter yet I could! have blessed A Cure For Summer Complaint. like uw. Star Laundry.i AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER.
LIJf'r; his i -
i-I. meiiducit.v.
Summer complaint is unusually
A. K Ha- of Morear-tottn.! Ind, had' prevail
; When I readied the! office. I found
t to Ket up 1"11 >'r ivv ,lve turns in the ,: -nt among children\ this season. A c8 CDs
that 'Jf. MICKE &
evervtiling; was In an uproar. well developed! case in the writer's
tight and I ha.l.l s ; re ba i :My partner ::rabls .I me by the shoulder family was cured last week by the
Jams In tl-e! ki'lnevs! Was cured by naineLaxath'e
rol! )"'* Ki'ii! Cllr. Sold livV.. .\.j I and Lirled me around."Uo timely use of Chamberlain's Colic Bignnttire ii on every box of the g.bicuthe
,, have lean l Iolntg everywherefor Cholera and Diarrhoea Keniwly-one Bromo-Qu'mineT
lYAlcmbene. l.'i :onto Taldfox Mrei Plumber Gas and Steam fitter
.p you" he said. ""' lt'rt' in the world of the !>est patent medicines manufactured : remedy that f'RI'N'oJII In ODe day ,

Lave von been Sent to every restaurant and wlmh is always kept on
J THOSE BRIGHT TOTS hand at the home of1' scribe. This
in this part of town." Water coolers that do not No. i South Palafoz Street
i.-. not int"lIdela:1\ a free puff for the
"I was at Old Tom's," I answered. with ice at the Willis All Kinds oi Plumbing and Gas Fittings Materials Kept on Hand
t. A llmrh of finis llilitu "iilil lIlir >< ,,., company.iLo do not advertise waste ,
Illlc u....*. \yii-it | 70 to an iM us but to benefit little sufferers who Co.'s.WEEKLY 'eLEPNf1NI. t35 .":"I.WH A PLAA.
Hardware .
--- -
: "I think! tli'IIKIII iu the!; n><>in mutt No False Claims. may not be within easy access! of a -

J. I* n'fU." ,,.i.,1 I Itllr! I'rttl one dark phxsinan! Xo family should be without 14CIILDULI!
Ii i 1I1'Lt The propri tors of Foley's Honey a bottle of this medicine in the :M: .Avery'SC'CESSOR

." Ittrar:" a..U'.! his 1IIl'lht'r. i, and Tar do not advertise this as a house esp, eially in summer tim*'.- FOR STEAM DIVISIONPhI1lSYCOLAELE"IIICTEILMlAA { .
: "
I i "sure cure for consumption Theydo Lansing Iowa. Journal. For sale by
; 'i'Him-." r.- l.I-.J th. i
outlitul -
not claim it will cure this dread all druggists and medicine dealers.
"TUT. "Itr 1I.It't!i light up t n:;:Ut." j i! complaint in advanced cases, but do RAILWAY COMPANY I II TO A\'ERw"nLFnLR>

I I Ii [ positively assert that it ,,11curl' in ,I AND JOBBER OF
fentftcoli lor the Litu IMPORTER
"lluw wouM! j..u |like to president! I II i iif (the earlier stages and never fails to Trains leave W.rrlnltOI1NaTJ Yan

I t tUf ('1111",1 :>'1lIt'iI. Jubhltit'-V" a>kt.lli. .' give comfort and relief in the worst Ills Ippy! Home :wells and HayolI.Hlg Fort Barrancas 1ayoll. at I

if tbt.1"lItJr "I ::1 I.rihl d't''t'llr"lltl.. ('a5S.'ol<')"'s Honey and Tar is tew: a.m.arrive at Fort Barrancis 7:181',1 HARDWARE.

I i 't "\\'.. ." n'p.| i'.il the little fellow "I ( without doubt the greatest throat and ia'-aa a.m.arrive at fort Barrancai leak a.o I
jinn Refuse furnished home. Marston arrive at "'0rt Barrancai 1:4! EL '
remedy. 1:01'
? substitutes p.m.
I i lalctit! tale till' >>li after 1 gft too old tot !' iVoB.m. arrive at tort Karrancai .:111 pc
". s k..t.3II'ild..r.! Sold by \\ .\. IV.XI. mbprt.1 1J1! South tj- Quina can supply you 11:111: p.m. arrive ai *ort Barrancat Too p tg'uuD Iron, Nails Axe :,Shovil l Haw! Mill and !Steamboats
Palafox s-tni t. + .m arrive at *ort Barrancai g.48ptTralni I opphes. with all needed in the way 'UTe Fort Barrancai lor Fsnn
-- ----- ---- 1' Ola-s. Guns. Pistols and J i.hinc; Tackle.
i Small Tmiiinie tat dinner'At.immirbtuk : : cola at

1 me a putt1 uf bread, win: y "u? of house furnishings at the 7-lia,m. arrive at Kt-n&acola _. aw a. r. Agate anil Tinuare ana Ifouvcrurnisliing H hods.

t ",t. u..:\ ...It.\o' \\'bJ. Tomuiii. "- CASTORIAFor lowest prices cash or credii.CMICMESTER'S llwop m. arrive at Fensacola_11.48 p.n
arrive at }
1 that tin- \\.1) t.. :i"i., for it? 5-i iI m arrive at 6:45: po LrAOE\-:; FOR BIUMINUHAM COMPANY'SRevere

] I hniiill 'I'e unit!iVelf. pei: i Infants and Children I-ttip( p m.arrlTeat Poniaeola....._ TtSi. Want ntitched Belting, Northampton Emery

;i 1f churl IT 1I.n:<-nnt brt-.u 1. The Kind You Have ENGLISH ii:4S! .atllrdaYI p.m.arrive only at reniacola- t.Kt r Wheel Co., Liftin & Hand Powder Co.. Johnson's K II..minEo. >

Always Bough r.EHHYRDYAL PILLS FABI FOB WEEK DAYS -( Iron Kini and Buck Stoves and P.ang, Wm.

.' fj 4 >7v . /Lisa.l and n.l v 4.*.in.. COUP & f'o.'s Raw: Hide Lace Leather. Maury'3
little' \. .!:.- I n.-e Will lid tin Bears theitltllatlLtl I feniaeolato Fort Barrancai retoro /: I
Y4+#-- 11\ ',t"i i'inulL"rl.IC" t.'iLLJ: 11 Penacolato "avy' Yard and retarn._ Itreniaaola Mad Railroad Color
r I ('(tier Li> Chit lie was a* happy aa ;; of d '!ot'., .1":1'. : s.' '.I.A\.J m"L ." to Palmetto Beacb and retort IVSCSDAT
-- ... R.f..i 1 Pensapola. Fla.
lark. lark i. : 1.t .1 h. Masonic TemplR.
I 11,1)4011 tipjHiM a s trey "' 1 1I. c..... ..u6tnul/"d 1.ILa ICHIDCDI.Vhen i
I I. )1 "_. -r wl'......, j.f....) lie
('J') ., weather permit the running c ;
: : .nW I.... ..'... Tow.I.I \
t IJtHe: I.I..rl-i I sliouK say' m>t. Why. 'vs' ... "Rea.r r. .... s. ... oren coacbei.vt .
Vii -r5iJTA. ..
.roo M.n. i n j
r I real ini !iHH.k. that a lark gets up !br- MYERS VOTES AGAINST ..... 14t.4r.irrl4r.l.a11." 11,1. VI. Lt> I 1-entacola a. m. LT' Fort 10 Barraata-a. m. W. B. WPHTMANCFACTCRERS COmPA Y.l .

for* Iollltr... *-\s'ry ntt.rnln-'bt'l: it a. m. IJ at

1\.", ,,. ip.m. Ip.mI
I II I __ _.__ FREE SCHOOL BOOKS & CURE YOURSELF i p.p. m m Ip.m.P- n- I- I tit AND DEALF. Cj 15

Two Bottles Cured Him. Senate Bill No. 132: A Bill to be (rats T>. BIB ,: f it onnitcralGorutM p.m pm. -
La Iwldert LATHS
-J was fn-ul'lfd! with kidney <.r>m' entitled "An Act to provide for school .9 Imtitioci tt mucous or tnemanoes.ultcrmtiociutuuncurt. It.m ip.m JJ'S p. : ?,; i LUMBER, ,

t plaint for alfiit two >'oars" writes .\. books in the counties of this State. I ?nm-j fttucui. Painlru, and Door air 111tstE1l.SCdYCtLCa rAsa FOB !t'IIIJlAY : '

r ;t 1! Parts of :Mt S'rlins.:. la.. but two The gent orpoleoaoaliaC'aMlid. i'e&iacoiato art Barracc&i Nary I SUED CIFBE5S SilSGLES-Dii-Drifi RJIPEX
'! t-ottle of f..1"v'* Ki:,hl.'c Cure ..ffecte.l! bill passed the senate by a vote $014 b' DrugLits, lard and retort_--nit I k
1 lent In P U.S.A. plats ,
of 17 to 11 Mr. wraryer
I a permanent ,'ur,' Sold by W ..1.I ., Myers voting againstit. f vt fiprwi, nevoid I..1 'lIrD._______ lb ... FLA
l South J'alaf.1x street (Senate Journal 611. II 00, ur 3 Htiln. I2.7S. 1:16 I -., ?ACOLA.
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The r rn. Tbnt Beset the Builders
: >i of Bug Drid:;e*
...' tattle tails a day. AThG5OflEHIAW
The design! of a Ion bridge span Is
; For State Senator.
.. 1. ur.I'I of Chicago
} ( of the most elaborate! mathematical For County Commissioner.
I ;r..un.l. Last year I II one The friends of Hon. W. A. Blonat I''

..t 1 .stile were rl'\'hl'll problems that arise In constructivework. hereby announce him 8* a candidatefor I hereby announce myself as a

The stresses produced by Its j i rate tv-nator from thi, tl.e second candidate for county commissioner: ,

own weight! by the weight of traffic 'i l Senatorial District and re-pect- from district 4, subject to the action

1'nwrknn liners Ft. by locomotive drivers, by the hammering fully a-k the support of all D-moo of the voters at the ensuing democratic I :

.- l..uN are paid ?45: a of flattened wheels:by the action \ crab for nim at the coming primary.For primary July 15. ; I

.,.t ?:X paid on Kr.glish i iJ -t the D. W. C. Y, RBROt'OH.: i
of brakes on an express train by -
J AULDOTTLED j Representative.The !
rKiMO'orI high speed on a cuf ved track by the For County Commissioner. r '
!I. st ten years more new _: and friends of Scott M. Loftin take
BEEHS wind and by the expansion con-
l. .-ii d.., i-ed f IT dealing \ JPrniilnu. and this mean of announcing him as a The friend of J. B. Roberts announce t )
steel In
traction of the summer
him candidate for t
other candidate for Representative in the as a reelection !
uurjntcr i
than! any
winter are all accurately .
; Legislature from cambia county, as county commissionerfrom :,
The deflection of the loaded and unloaded I and they desire the support of all District 1, subject to the action ,

insiders bar- Tre.t. bridge Is determined, and complete Democrats in the coming primary.For of the democratic primaries July j

: (tug daj'h work. An drawings are made of every member :'TTa* 15. They believe that the material ; .
will oiisily Lang Too much pruning of a tree at one Reoresentative- interests of the county demand his
"'it -r I of it. The bars of steel are tested I ;
.! .I, !t time is not a good thins: for it. It weak- : In machines which will pull In two a The friends of Henry Cloptonj J re-election and they ask the support '

but I ens the tree and shortens its life.. When j GOLD DUST announce him a, a candidate for of every democrat in securing it. f ,
tli oiw '
to -ro was j jii horsehair or a steel bar strong enough| ; I
I home in the i
It Is first taken to its permanent : representative Legislaturefrom
: 1l 1'nLlI. Today there | to lift half a score of the heaviest loconiotivcs I !Mires the problem o! easy dish washing It cuts Escambia and For Commissioner '
from the nursery, it will usually bear and cleans d.she better than anything else. county request County
like the will grease
i ivjit fttS just i at once, and which i, I '
I some cutting back es-pt-cinlly! if ninny Does its work quickly, well and economical. the support of all democrats in the'comin I announce myself !candidate for
in Stun wik.. J crush an eggshell or a steel column, '! democratic primary.For :
I roots lute been broken In taking up. Made only by THE N. K. FAIR3ANK COMPANY. ;{ election as county commissioner for ;
:nd Ai+lnibola there ar nUll accurately measure the stress In ChlC io. New York, BostonSt.. Louis. district No. 1. at primary to be held

i.f rich arabic land''': but we think even then many take off each case. The different kinds of members -: Makers of OVAL FAIRY SOAP. Representative.The July 15th, and ask for the support of f .
more than they should The desired --- -------- friends of Chas. Dl. COi'ton announce -
.I'j i \.Irt 5.t II'."1.1' IXTSOUS. or'': arc forged, riveted bored, or I all democrat :
future shape of the tree, with high him as a candidate for '
,,'ii'iitiimlionty: 3': '." planed in perhaps half a dozen remote LEE DAS i ELL. I
de.l\ low branches, should always be kept'i] I Portrait. on Apple. in the legislature from :
fitted ,
,, shops and although usually
'ii iimlU'al writer in Mind and the limbs cut to bring this I An eastern fruit! grower made a large E-cambia county, and they a-k the For County Commissioner.The : ;

ally! way In which a out. Then a little trimming of bupertluuus j together: by {there specialists, are examined to see that and they measured are-I sum! of money! last year selling apples support of all democrats in the coming friends of \V. A. :Shelby: here. ;';
In | ; .
i i.ikia t-mrpt-tt-ney branches each year will klI'P' ; each of which\ contained an outline of primary.For by announce hi* candidacy for re-
and then
correct, are sbiPP'tl1y scores
t. I the tree in s ape. If on coming to j the face! of President lcKlnll')'. This election a* county commissionerfrom
II Railroad Commissioner.
of carloads to the site of the proposed : j
esform I Ms apples will bear the Irnpruit district No. 3 of Escambia t
satisfactory year
"caring: the fruit doc not prove unload I Recognizing; fully the rights of the
structure, where steam j !
the action of the
of To produce county subject to
It is better to SIcKinlej's successor.
(r true to name Farmers and producers to more consideration
I li..lmna.: vlll..n! fifty ; graft about one-third of it each year them and pile them many feet high in'btal'ks !I such prints on apples is not mysteriousor at the hands of the Flor democratic primaries July 15, and 11I
covering acres of ground., ask for him the of all
: hearty support
CM .
rads out o\t'r I solicit
[ fur thrit years than to try to changethe even a very difficult matter but ida Railroad Commission,
\. iMttiKht for $5:: all whole top in one rear. which uiny TLe bridge piers mny rise above the j some Ingenuity Is required to obtain the support of all Democrat* who I democrat -. '
.. water hundreds of feet apart. It remains of the declaration of principles -
and iiro now worth the effect. Toe holds his approve i
r" su't! in li>*s of all the grafts and Fur Count) CoinniisaiuMcr. '
to place them on a thousand ton set forth in my platform.
i. frouii-tinics in the death of the tue, if it i process a secret. f .Ii
structure, high; above a savage chasm, I Copies of pi,itform sent to any one After due consideration I appeal ;

is not of a very 'igvruus i kindAu over an impassable current or roaring j Foley's Kidney Cure purifies the addressing me at Wt Palm Reach, i to my many friends and the democratic t

tide, where the water is deep the bot- | Fla. R. HLD:-OX BFnn. j voters as a candidate for the I
Flrs Oft 'I'"ltl Tale.A treacherous' blood by straining out impurities and office ot county commissioner from I
CATARRH turn of Jagged rocks or tones the whole svstt m. Cures For County Treasurer. district four of Escambia county.
4 fgMbBAh9 smooth toagued:' agent claiming to quicksand or where an old bridge must i j jl Kidney up and bladder troubles.! Sold by The friends of Frank E. Rrawner Please remember me at the primary ,

koq9h represent, a prominent! wholesale: grocers l Ie removed and the new one built I him candidate
as a
N Inj I hereby announce election of the democratic party .
.., .. D I W. A. D'Alemberte, 121 South Pala- .
::.trc'L gArfEYER house succetHletl In petting:; $50 toGO its place without Interrupting traffic fox street. for County Treasurer of Escambia I July I;), H\2.' D. :\MKKKIIT., ji

Jo $ from each of many farmers in a on the bridge.: To accomplish this the |I I I County subject to the action of the i Olive Fla.

.. 11 Balm well to do locality. \Vheu the goods .1 engineer has timber, bolts and ropes, I democratic primaries July 15, and .

a sD t nrrl\( l. they were deli\ered at a rail- hooting engines, derricks and a bandof I f fi ask for him the support of the voter. For County Comiiusrtioner.

i.'. 5E road station in unbroken packages intrepid builders who have perhaps I For County Treasurer. The friends of R. Rathwell of

..JI.f l.ynr t properly marked. The farmers did not l followed him for years through more I i I announce myself a candidate for Bluff Springs hereby announce him 1 V

i examine them until they got home, !I hardship and danger: than fall to the 't renommation for the position of as a candidate for County Commis-

ii- i. iln-e the lllitre.! epresds when they discovered that the goods ( lot of almost any other calling. 'I t ? ss tta county treasurer of cambia coun- sioner from district No. 5 of Escam

.-i I 'i a'4 tt'Jed. I'.e.efisim-: were either! very low grade or entirely ] The complicated framework of agreat ty, subject the action of the demo- bia county subject to the action of
.'. f ,,"'i It Ii But drying: - worthless. The had disappeared.We Is 1 cratic primary.
I agent skeleton with
.. I..-;'e ::o.ze,M ctuu at IrJsV. : span a many 1 J. W. FRATER. and ask for him the support of the

.*. >.". :0 cco'.t by mm!. 1 again repeat our frequent warningnot accurate joints and thousands of steelI 1 voters. .

.1!.-.!.>.ViUrD MnvU Xtw Tort to buy goods of a traveling: representative I sinews, and bones, each of which must W For Tax Assessor.I "
.1 i, without examination before For Chairman Executive Committee. I
J go In exactly the right; place In exact- herebannounce myself as a

., ', acceptance. All agents are not robbers I ly the right order. The builder must candidate for re-election as Tax Assessor The friends of John B. Jones here- : i
1 but the purchaser should be sure I weave Into the trusses pieces larger, I II for Eicambia county, subjectto by announce his candidacy for chair

PUBLICITY FOR of his man and know something: of the I I heavier and far more Inflexible than the action of the democratic primary man of the Escambia County Derao

standing of the house he represents. whole tree trunks swiftly hoist and July 15. cratic Executive Committee sub-
THE PEOPLE. ject to the action of the democratic
, Farm and Home. I swing tjiem to place hundreds of feet I I W. W. RICHARDS.
voters of the county at large; at the

t I high fit together the massive girders I For Tax Collector. primary July 15, and ask fur him

i r \ Hord Costs ton a Cent and huge forged bars with watchmak- the hearty support of the voter _
: I{ I hereby announce myself as a "
md t-\cr: ) Word Is Head SlOt Cf111'.111US10o I CT'S accuracy, support the unwieldy re-election Tax Collector r
candidate for as
U> K:\cr> hojy.M The readers of this paper will be 1 masses until they are keyed together for Escambia county, subjectto For Secretary Executive Committee.The .

pl"a't.l to learn that there 1 is at least and self! sustaining, awl under mil i For Baking Bread the action of the democratic primary friends of Ben I). Beers announce

'10 :" 1'I o I..I:. I. one dreaded di-ease that science i liics! of pounds of stress must adjust July his candidacy for secretary

.. a-, been able to cure in aU it.ta't'i' them fit dizzy heights to mathematical i a GAS RANGE is always reliable. 15.A.. H. D'ALEMBF.KTE. of the Escambia County Democratic

l > l.'i\N- < 'ii tiou..*bol Your oven is always ready to the For Tax Collector. of
1 : action of the democratic voters
andailhind's ofper-I \ but In (
I Cure i., the only positive cure now dangerous emergen-
r. Mnctest The friends of Henry liellinger an the whole at the primary
r .i. I\PPlyto.\.Al'hh..r'i rinmy i xnown to the medical fraternity I dIes. at utmost speed putting forth his | minute, at just the temperature you nounce him as a candidate for Tax July 15; and county ask for him the supportof

1 slat -trfft. j Catarrh bein a con-titutional diF1.e i whole strength on narrow, springingI : of Escambia sub
I | want, and you can keep it at the Collector county, the voters.
requires a constitutional tr >atii I planks in a furious tempest In bitter ject to the democratic primary to beheld ----- .
lool.t'I'olllmpro\.l1r.,1"8', 11 all's Catarrh Cure is taken j right temperature all through the
'I'I Mit.
M ,,,I. v- or niaii feiti'ianm at low the j cold or In blazing heat. lie may be July 15. HI4), and request. the I For Member Executive Committee.The .

.r ,o.. .: i .1 l. uu l.nlie K.: Krooks, internally, acting directly upon j I In the heart of an African desert, menaced I bakin You don't have to worry support of all Democrats. friends of John Touart .
at' a' ,.. t rt PaUul it F'thrtt. blood and mucous surfaces of they i announce
1 .iraliuM -t"1I1, thereby destroying the four by bloodthirsty fanatics, or In a about draughts, damper or chimney ; For Member School Board. him as a candidate for member

d.iti'W of the di-ease. and giving the gorge of the Andes hundreds of miles I bread is There The friends of \V. M. Agertou here of the County Executive Com :.

l\e.) 1" 1'\) -(111)0.1 ni-i-a money* patienttrenqth; by building up the :' frum tools or supplies!! where there is your always right; by announce his candidacy for the mittee from precinct 12 and ask for

>'a li.irr.iit say amount you .ant ii-titution and as-Uting" nature in absolutely no supplement to his own is nothing like gas for baking him the votes of the democrats of
U, no ...,iH.i t..rni. A'ld lo....t rftttsi : nomination as a member of the
..r"lOhlrlllb'ua: .inprov-d city rc,,l d.uiu' its work. The proprietors resources. Under such conditions school board from district No. 3,, the precinct,at the primary July 15.

i--from.i '- t VAni. Fl.hrrfuRouth I'ala- date0 much faith in its curative bridge: building Is one of the most fascinating subject to the democratic primary -For --- ---- --- -- --
In-If Member Executive Committee.
n" __ powers, that they utter One Hundred I and difficult: : of engineering Pensacola Gas Co. July the 15th, l'J02.
.1 l Dollarfor any case that it fails to The friends of Frank Reilly announce
WANT: T'l HDKKmv MU'FYnwuy ; I problems and requires a different so-
f iixuro your property pro- cure. Send for INt of testimonials I For Member Board Public Instruction. him as a candidate for member

.. 01.' .- buor evil real ?%, Address, F. J. CHEXLY fc Cu., lution, for almost every case.-Frank No. 3 S. Palafox St., Pensacola. Fli The friends of Hon. Elijah Ward of the County Executive Committee -

.i .p.'tt of "nd".crlptton. have Toledo, O. \V. Skinner In Century. I from precinct 13 and ask for .
his candidatefor I
1-.1 IIr your tame attended to, I announce name a a
a u I'r.. Ch.I'. 'A'auou ft Co.I fjfiiold by Druggists; CHOICESTOF re-election as member of thE: him the support of the democratic 1
>'. II: 1 Jniura-io anti< Penaa- --- -- voters of the precinct at the primary I
> '.41 ..1mMderate To everyone I The Best Liniment For Strains. Hoard of Public Instruction from I
The French Way district No. 3 of Escambia July 15.; 'I.'
.t- r '"'1u. a- will trod moor, I county,I
1I.I.boUI.-. nd-tf Huues; le Roux;: tells: of a conversation i )Ir. F. If. Wells, the merchant at subject to the action of the demo i

with Guy de Maupassant In whichLe I',Deer Park, Long island, N. Y., says: f FRUITS AND CONFECTIONERI[ ) cratic primaries July 15. For Executive Committeeman. I i iI
.1,1'1 Tit .
% Roux narrated "I hereby myself'as
the recommend announce
.. ., story of a Kansas I always Chamberlain's For County Commissioner. a
-- "
1 ill r. V W' lim: .ill rontmut : cattleman! whose remorse, after defrauding 1 Pain Balm as the best liniment for candidate for member of the County i
tI .' 11. IllwiuinunilitT -AT- I hereby announce myrelf as a, Executive Committee from Precinct
'in rOil Itb cattle buyers
by selling: waterlogged I
strains. I used it last winter for .
j a
K-liuol room of I candidate for re-election Thirteen and
as county solicit the of
'. ircb Nttd Mis- ; cattle In order that he might t severe lamenpss in the side resulting support
.' Ki> by i, C. APOSTLE'S commissioner from district 2 of Ea-. Democratic voters at the coming I
> > rt-ct-ntlv returnrd"aut.rctlon Kt enough to his :
money buy daughtera from strain, and ,
a greatly
was the action, ,
with tbK fir. cambia county subject to primary. JAMES L. KWEENEV.For : j
.. "i''H'b" summer school.u piano was poignant The cattlemanwas pleased with the quick relief and cure of the democratic primaries July 15, h ., ..

.n lure31. 'IhcyhaVfHlsotit described by Le Roux as unable effected"." For sale by all drug 14 East Goisratm St.,, I and ask the support of the voters. Executive Committeeman. i
M1-1 E: ,
unaOwrn.lR i
., to sleep and as going forth at night gists and medicine dealers. Jons O. WELSH. The friends !
hn MIll 111\'" l. oal. In Formerly Cordova Restaurant Stanc of Tlio. W. Kent announce :
i." i.ItI\II-tlll.IO tbir r<>KUlarMHI I Into the cold wet fields to shiver, beat him us a candidate for member :
.rrors'" I'I\\: I his breafct and pour forth his agony; of O .A. S T O IT IA. One car-load of Pineapples at I1.7J/ For County Commissioner.Mr. of the Democratic Executive :

I i:. I ji soul. Maupassant is said to have responded Bean the _/ Ito K'"d' Vcj Ha.e KnftBlgsattre 3o :J I to J2.00 per dozen. Frank Johnson hereby an Committee from precinct 13, subject : j

---- : light there Is the difference _" ----- nounces himself as a candidate for to the action of the primary', and ask i

i I.:>- most Qt-tlrable lot In I: UUuen the man of I'rnnce and one of of rejection as county commissionerfrom for him the support of the voters ;
.....y txrnn, by the Kmber I =GOLAY district four, Escambia county, !
o v <-ucy, fog Houtn falafoii I another race. The Trench peasant, If subject to the will of the dnnocratic For Member Executive Committee.

Ivaim he had played such a trick upon the If you want to Grist and Corn Meal Mills I voters in the coming primaries. He''I I The friends of James McIIueh an. i

'or ltt-nt.I buyers of his prl'pert'oull1 have OSTrTTFR. get well nijaln, ,. I does this for the reason that he. I I nounce his candidacy for member of

-> *IMf> '- """- been intensely proud of It." yon cannot take wants the office and thinks he can County Executive Committee V Ii Ii'the
4 :
., '. -i.1"I furnishfil at a better medicine I P. F. GOflZflliEZ CO., Prop i, j
I 'i{ itrrrl. rooms alllt ;i tEIEBAATEO than the be of benefit to the best interests of from precinct 14 and ask for him the :

{I I'I. The Farmer'. Inttrent. Bitters. It Is the Munofactcren I the whole county. If hi" friends support of the democrats of the pre"i i

i i. I.. 11 .uttetl-hide.---: : I The farmers direct Interest In the beet health known restorer to CHOICE MKALANI PUUBGIIOUND and the people interested agree with cinct at the primary July 15. '

,- ---- I beef trust investigation begun by thenttort' i science, and will! STOCK FEED. I him, he will appreciate their sup I'
M a to kara Imrbcr trade; ; 6 cure For Member Executive Committee. '
\ Patronize Home Industry, for there li port. I
'uuTend -
a nowbysbortiitiliod -} general Is not at first readily 'I
elibt wi-cki repractiCf. 1: -' Headache every reason you should buy your Meal and I The friends of W. B. Wright an.
< discernible. A little thought, however, Htock teed from tbe Home .Manufacturer.. For County Commiss oner. 'I
fipert i ij I nounce his candidacy for member of
I..t. prcM-nlfti, .. .n.truc'I'1 shows al Nervousness for by eo doing you encourage borne Indus :
.a that investigation of this kind : I The friend- of J. W. Brewton of the CountExecutive Committee .
.iiiUHiitt-cd. Write I try. Yoor money U left in the commnnltj I ,
"t''if.' \*", Orleans ought to bring out the price of beef at 4 Flatulency, and you In turn are Indirectly beneflted, 'district No. 5 announce him as a. j from precinct 15, subject to the action \ I!
1 I its various 'I fostering the borne manufacturer you I, candidate for re-election from said
Jiltf stages from farm and ranchto | of the democratic primary July ] ;'i
\ the consumer's table. If middle Indigestion oontrtbutetothecaaseof It to tlleeommunlt, In which You live ow and: district, subject to the action of the, I j, and ask for him the support of {
O'l solicitor will ,
\ ;" ; pay ,
o .. men's Malaria, Fever which contribute to roar support. primaries July 15. the voters of the precinct. |
:MI. Inn to right one. \d'ume. profits are undue at any point, STOMACH I I 11 1
m itt publicity of this character would be (ITTE 5 an d ue. --- -- - -- ._ __ i
11 I1:0. I for the good of tho producer.-Amer -
.... Try t.S .
- -
\ t from F-I: Agriculturist. GO TOi-
Ii'1\ t-yaun.t men
i tray at once to prepare for 111
'""..raut..nt hervice. PROFESSIONAL CARDS
oil. >rr>... luit.. Cedar "P-I'I Foley's Honey ana Tar .. .. ,.
Kjtm i Ko op fates. -- I

I'. \ -t fl I'hya willing 15-year- I It W. C. ROWE, M. D. F. E. BRAWNER'S.

/ll tin4 him at No, t't I t

\\ a s.: .'- \11 klndi ot empty beer Hours from S to *::s:) a. m. and 1 to S p. m

:,-. H. A.KR1EDM4H. -UOTRtt.U THE BEEF TRUST and after o'clock *," -For Seven Days we will Offer the Following PricesI :-<@ !

\ III- \\'Ulll <-,l. --I I !
....... - -.....,.., Phone as.PARKER'S. I:
1 I- .ttoorthyprrton In each -- I. 20 doz Men's French "eck, drop200 Pair Men's New Orleans i Hewed You should look at our line ofLadles' J
iintiiHg. biiiin--?.01'1 v tab- Senate Bill No. 18: A Bill to be
stiched, undershirts for 2jc drawers
.. 'ulij financial Mantling; ; or Screwed Shoes, for this sale High;; and Low Cut Shoes. ,
i it ...rUy cab salary HAIR BALSAM
i f','luarll'u hW.dnr.daywithalleI-I I' ments, contracts, agreements trustsor m-... sad bf+atir.M th. ball 25 doz Men's Fancy Striped, Lace l,0uu yards Lawn, fast colored f
; money Sewed Vicl
M. saws Manager, itTH faxC. combinations, and certain other Promise Ter rail a luunacl to Beitore growth.B Gray. i and Plain, Silk Finished, Balbrigan KidoShoes inn tour different !shape worth 8'4c' to close at 5c yard. II
...C$,[". Jiadtniw1'lt'l:1'RY. I,I Hair to iti Touthful Color. Undershirts at 43c each ; drawers to
acts or things Intended to or tendingto Com ard ..a".abantaang. match. toes regular I$1< for this sale $2.95 a oOO \-Bar Muslin, regular .a' l.
I fVandSlwit I>nmmc pair: goods to close at 42'c yard. f 1
: hinder obstruct the law.
I prevent, or 10 doz Men X-Bar Undershirt! ,
l.UX) yards Unbleached Domestic { ,
.1\lRHROWS LEOHOKXSv I ful sale cf Florida fed beef, or other DR. KING'S worth 50c, for 40c ; drawers to match. I have bought the full line of Levy- to close! at -I!'c. i

r v tad Kg .t Wi.iu: Hardwarel'o'i. l>st( I side drawers, worth 65c, for this sale out at cost. fast colored 7c for ;
animal in this state or tendingto TRY NEW DISCOVERYFOR regular goods, i
IIAIUMUH (oUOU.. 3Sc. this Bile 5c.
the sale of the price 125 pair Boys' Easy Walkers, regular -
.. monopolize 23 doz Boys Extra Size Pants 10 pieces White and Ked Table
'I v BElJOK-Manutacturer THAT COLD. I 12 to.. 5oc goods, to close at 35c pair.
; a .'-..:.r iaHir (>oo .. Uioute..r..i W, Government I Referred to the Judiciary committee TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. SOc 75 pair Men's Low-Cat Patent 25c yard. No one over 5 yards.

=or- I of which Mr. Myers was chairman. Cures Consumption.Coughs i We carry a foil line of Boys' Wash Leather Shoes we have been selling 30 pieces: Medicated 24-inch Cotton

I rt" .'r. I.'ur Ktim-rulrt. Colds Bronchitis Pants. Call and see them. at |2.50 pair, to close at {1.75 pair. Diaper worth !sac, for this sale GOc.
(Page 61.) _.
Committee after careful
Judiciary ,
inoaqDouortpecitldeilgni PneumoniaHayFeverPleu- This Sale will Not Run
Positively Than Seven
: 13 a Weit Gregory' examination, returns Senate Bill No. : risy LaGrippe Hoarseness Days.
:\dlmMorcao. ,
----- 13 without recommendation. (Page '
t Sore Throat Croup and
l 't .'14UV- H 103.) Remember the place F. E. Brawner's Candidate for Treasurer

I a' ., ,i; aid Horn Lestgns-- On passage of Senate Bill No. 18, Whooping Cough.NO County I II

t It.r Moreno' ordered, in Welt for customers Gregory,. Mr. Myers voted NO. (Page 312,). CURE. NO PAY.
JWlrn [Senate Journal, 1897]. I Price 50c. and S 1. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE. I I I PALAFOX STREET. @ .

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I .., -- i'sick'Hospital man),, Eurgeon telegraphed Service general at to Washington Walter the :\Iarlne Wy ask.,: :THE GLORIOUS .prospective of release such, whereby vessels detentions, such and of charterers in the quarantine time and of Hospital duct setting at different identical Service ports or to similar compare as to conditions vesels the con-I i pre-I: i iI l"gtro e t io t e'W orlfI

4.'t 'EiSEWS |, ing how the vesel should be treated consignees are prevented from prop( I to rectify in any given instance aI

..... --- :::- arrival. On the same day, 1 Dr, : ly preparing cargoes for such \'eSI wrongful application of existing regu. \DDO&-I
on Hargis for Dr. White, telegraphed ]Dr, FOURTH 'sels and otherwise properly handling I lations and to create and promulgate: The 421 Matement for Year
KaUrtdkt: th* l'oH Office at l'ttiacola.11a. ''Jos. Y. Porter, state sanitary inspec. j I them. additional regulations to meet varl. I Ending December 3Ut. Ittoi. of
..colld-cla. lI1at ter.I We have not thought it incumbent: ances, and to secure uniformity.
____ Instructions. Dr. Wyman reo I
tor, 'i i '
there upon us to go into these matters or to 2. Providing that when vessel shall
was'Ut'I ilrtvl, up-ttairt.Bunding; :snji sourtifoi no plied recent on the information same day from Capetov,:I I In order that its printers may pa. report on them, but suggest that they I be ordered into quarantine at any port, 1 THE[ f EQUITABLE

but that vessels from there genera11y should be brought to the attention ofI but leaves such port for another port
communicated with the shore by lig .. ; triotically celebrate Independent: |the Marine Hospital Service in order in the United States before the exp] -
THE NEWS PUBLISHING CQ. investigation of them tion of the quarantine prescribed the
all well arrival, that a rigid I
if were upon
I era it ,would be safe but to follow Dr,: I! Day, THE NEWS goes to press early may be made, to the end that the most local quarantine officer shall telegraph LIFE ASSURANCE[ SOCIETY

Term: Invariably in Advance0 Porter's instructions. Dr. Porter tele.. this morning, making no attempt to efficient and important service at thlf to the Marine Hospital Service sur-I' .

Y.*rbjr Mail .K Wau graphed en the same day as follow: port may be secured. geon at the port of destination, Assets; .... ..... .... .. .f3..H.03 ,.
Mcbtbt SOB : f I Disinfect kill rats and other ver.< cover the news of the day. That i it;; Quarantine Defects. shall be required to see that the vessel :: ' C rrlr. Payable Monday 10trtff.i"g min. Immediately release afterward: ," The fact that the Atlantian woul, performs at such.lattter porta quarantine Reserve and other Liabilities
: I entire force will attend the K. I. ]K. than she would have 259.9I1J.6-
not less per.
Rattt Furnished on Applicati,n On January 14th the Gulf Transit if she had remained here, been com.: I
Company.1 from which the vessel was' 1 pelted to undergo a quarantine of ten formed at the first port.
: and swell the fund for which Dividends
picnic help gurplufrom
TELEPHONE NO. IIS.FM8AOOLA 'to get (coal knowing her to be a very 1 days and that she went to New Cleans In our opinion. the law affords: I .

i large vessels and not able to get toI :1 the 1903 Mardi Gras Carnival it and there entered without an ample power for th'e making and
(I quarantine station and hence fearing: hour's quarantine and the fact that forcement of such or similar: regula. Paid to holders in
in fumigation telegraph 1 considers sufficient excuse'for; ; glvinK notified !tions.but if it does not, we suggest that I Policy.
'a long delay : : the Marine Hospital Service was l!! .$ 27.7Hn
in ;
.to Surgeon General Wyman at Wash. I that she was so going, but took our senators and representativescongress
__ ''icgion: setting forth these facts and I |; its readers one issue of the paper no steps to prevent her unrestricted be requested with the ass New Insurance in 1901. .' 2459l: :: .>:

omitted. 1 tance of the Marine Hospital Smi'' Total Insurance in force
) asking that fumigation be of local entry into that port concerns us and
I : JULY 4. 1902' "Fumigate and Release." bare happenings. the people of the state of Florida very I to procure such legislation as will give Dec. 31, 1901. . .. .11,179.2767.: ;;

Upon the arrival of the -steatn hlp deeply ,and has been the subject of such powers. Notwithstanding the greater financial
on the morning of January 15th. Dr.. ;I driven 10 the conclusion that the pr much thought with us. We have en.I Your committee trusts that its la. strength of the Society and the!

White boarded her (about mid-da:]'),, 1 I posed detention of this vessel was due deavored by correspondence with Dr- bors may not be unavailing, and begs greater security which its policy.

examined the bill of health; found that: i:solely to the improper action of ER. Wyman ro obtain information as to !to be discharged.W. holders thereby enjoy, the RATFS:

QUARANTINECOMMITTEE !one man had died on the voyage with C. White, and that his condu why this discrimination was permittei A. BLOliXT.CHAS. are LOW and GUARANTEES: :.-

J I phthisis and that one was sick with I should be met with severe reprehe and data from which we might be en- A. CHOATE, Chairman ter than given by other comj: ,...-
: heart disease. He ordered the -sick' : I sion. It appears from the facts aided to make suggestions to pre\'ent Secretary.

:man to be brought on shore and put; i stated: constituting the correspondence at/!

I ,tin the hospital in the city 01' That until after Dr. White was a recurrence. Copies of the letters: Appendix. KXOWLES BROS.

Pensacola.: The master, steward; informed that the Gulf Transit Co hereto attached. It will be seen from: March 27. 1902.I' ,

MAKES ITS FINAL REPOR :surgeon and veterinary surgeon all 01I ., I pany was protesting against delay. he them that Dr. Wyman evinces the Hon. Walter Wyman Surgeon General,

I whom were daily mingling with thE I( considered the making of a special kindest spirit towards this port but I' M. H. S Washincton. D. C. Gf'Df'ralf'nt8.,

I crew were allowed to come on shorE: i] report to Dr. Porter unnecessary and that the purpose of the (correspondent I Dear Sir: The Chamber of Com. 309 1;. Palafox St.. PENSA .' ...

II-1 MASS OF EVIDENCE THOROUGH on that day and succeeding days. | was proceeding to fumigate the vess 1 has not been subserved. merce, the Young Men's Busine I Ii i

Dr. White immediately prepared for. ; in order to release her ;and I What is desired by all ports of the i League and the citizens of Pensaco) I II I

LV REVIEWED AND CONCLl the fumigation of the vessel, and beI |: That. in order to accomplish bed djtfntion several states in quarantines. is un have each appointed a committee, I

I gan it on that afternoon. I: he omitted from his telegrai formity and want of discriminatioi I; which have sonsolidated into a joint FISH CHOWDERBY
SIONS REACHED-ADDITIONA ; On the same day Dr. Hareis: reo ':'to Dr. Porter portions of the bill of Each port desires in its own admini: committee, and the undersigned are

; REGULATION 'ceived from Dr. Wyman a telegram. ;, healthSwhich it was material for Dr. I tration of quarantine a wise combin: respectfully the president and secretary : -
whiih he communicated to Dr. Whit. j( Porter to know in order to deck tion of the vigilance which effecutuaIy : of such joint committee. THE SEA SHORE

RECOMMENDED TO THE MA. It was; as follows: I whether the vessel should be quara: i protects from disease and the cot : The committee has been appoint

,. "Washington.D.. C.. Jan. lo.lSf2.: !:! I lined or not. servatism which refuses to erect a to investigate the causes for the pro II
; RINE HOSPITAL AUTHORITIES.At "Hargis. Marine Hospital Service, Pefacola I That, the special' telegram to Dr. II wall at the entrance of the port bul posed detention for ten days in Janu. ,,
I Fla."Agents Porter was! an after-thought, not dir. as between the several ports each de- try last, of the steamship .Atlantic: At the :Santa R'I*a Surf; Bar:

( steamer Atlantian protesting -: : tated by the necessity of the case but I sires that the other should not be lesrigid in this harbor, the actual detention i(of I tablHhment\ the noted ci .

a rtRular raffling of the YODBMtn azainst delay of vessel two Of. by pique at the Gulf Transit Compan;) than it, itst-lf. is in its quarantin the bark Stranger and certain other i
Frank Maura, will of
llusmos League of PensacohLelU thrf* days for fumigation. Aflusbureau is quite clear, but justice to Dr. Whit I enforcement because it knows tha abuses alleged! to exist in the quara give one :

Ii I January 21. l1'J! :2. a special con: :. Immediately if sulphurizatic 'I requires thai we should state why we such I h the facility of intercommunication tine service at this port. I c elebrated fi ;can be done in one day. This appeal so think. between the several ports! tha The committee has had under i In.: ;
ralttee. (>( five was appointed, to alt i lay at 5 o'clock p. m. on the -,.
,., Uh a mrallar committee of the Per entirely! practicable.i ." I Dr. White's Afterthought.Not ease of access;: to one means ease caccess restleation: in some measure e 'ch of I II
tacoU Chamber of Commerce if aiIC'inted i i Signed) "nrA the only does Dr. White's own test!. to all. and that such is the sensitiveness I these matters hut the purpose of this shore beach. The steamer Knu::

;t "lo ri-e will leave Palafox wharf Ii'
> of
ti m to the administration of the al. 1 "Pensacola Fla.. Jan. 13.1M2. I to them. In addition to this the fact to other ports where the entrance ii': II Durin the course of our investie; 1:30' p. m. every Sunday.: in2?>tf
: Gfneral.ash-
fair of the maritime quarantine statn : "'yman. :Surgeon" I clearly demonstrate it.ltE'n Di! easier. ion, it has developed that the Atlan'l
I ineton.: D. C. : White examined the bill of health and ian sailed from South Africa rort .
4 'n (,D Santa Husa island. and paitlmlarly Finish fum Uniformity Indispensable.Our : Need More Help.
I with reference to the at I "Dispatch misleading.: officers! and crew on the morning of views as to the effect of the i Elizabeth in December' 1001: ancuchinsr :
I h'InItt'd d* ntlon at quarantine foi r ration one day; release tomomni i the loth of January he was as fU11y; want of uniformity are set forth in the : at Capetown reached Pens; I Often the over-taxed organs of d-1;

; ', ten days of the Uritish steamship. m. (Signed) WHITE. : informed of all the facts bearing UPI'I| letter addressed by the chairman ant ; ola on January 15, 1902.:! Port E1iza-1: ion cry out for help by Ih'sl"'I"" .ilains.

I E. lantian; and the Chamber of Com Misleading White Telegram.telegraphe 'the sanitary condition of the ship as !secretary to the surgeon general, antI : seth and Capetown both had cases of iver nausea, dizziness. heaiUt! !1. .

4 utrre was requested to hold a special Thereafter Dr. I he was at any subsequent time yel, need! not be here revealed.It j bubonic plague at the time of the lea i complaints and bowel disordt :
:' leg for the arpointmcnt: of sucl : Dr. Porter as! follows: I after the acquisition of such know]. is obvious that a want of uniformIty I inJt: of the steamer. I itch troubles call for :he piumpi 1of 1-
I Pensacola.Fla.. Jan. 15: 1002.Porttr. I arrival at Pensacola the Dr. King'sew Lite PilN) Th: \
:ar cO lmittee. edl'e.he, let the master and the othe can be produced either Upon her .
I most Immediately! SUb specia Key West. I i occupants of the vessel come on shortanti By a lack of uniform regulations; ocal inspector.Dr.. R. C. White, pro-< I arE' gentle thorough and suarant. .
"l'5tfamHt1ar.tian. Capetown fum'zatins. 10 ('un'. 25 CHIts atV.. .
A. DAln.trie's !
1't ing waj held by the Chamber of; pythisis 1 mingle with the citizens of this: By a lack of uniform interpretatiorind )osed to fumigate her and give herr
raerce and a special committee ap : One death en route. diseas.. I city; sent a sick man from the vessel enforcement at each port of such r flee pratique but upon telegraphic cor.: : drug store.
I : One brought ashore heart in the thickly settled I espondence with Dr. J. Y. Porte: I II
l'UILt'.j, at whirh meeting the citizens plague 4eaths. i to a hospital por regulations; and
t rfDf'rallY were invited to hold a mass Hill of health.SI. cases yes. I tion of the city, and telegraphed! Dr'man By a lack of official ('ommunicationbE'twepn unitary inspector of the Marine fit. Grass Shears tha f will cut'lose
I g. 1JIW"lbK for the appointment of a similar In view tIispatC'h'man fitli \\') that he would! "finish fumigation the several ports. I >ital Service for Florida she was 01lered I
I committee to co-operate with the :erday and Institutions January this Wy- one day, release to-morrow a. m." There may of course be other into quarantine for ten days at the Willis J Hard-

L 'thr two c'dmmitjees which was sub- just \'f'II-plPasp repeat After this. and without further information 'auses of such want but it is not Her agents declined to permit her to fare Cos.
: q'iti.tly done nan-how long detain. "WHITE." I' from the vessel and with necessary for us to seek them. i emain at Pensacola and ordered he rIon

I -'I The thre committees rmt in joint I Signed nut further communication with Dr 1 The quarantine system of Florida is January 17th to New Orlean Yo'we

tl.tlllI"n January S:o. 11'J2, and organ, ', The opy cf this telecram: furnishei took I Wyman or Dr. Porter, he conceived IIto i under the immediate and direct con- a 'IIY \Vhite.whose testimony we
I lied as a joint rnmnutt'-e.and proceed Dr. loth:; but on Its! ] be necessary to wire Dr. Porte: tel of the federal government through i and before she left. that she had bee: _
t- (H) with the Investigation; said joint tears date January Dr. Wyman's, felt i special; facts which he had known for I he Marine Hospital Service, acting ordered and that she was then fcav. Deep water sea bathing, night or
it refers to
face i
::1 cunruittfe being composed as follows: I yesterday loth) and Dr. Pot twenty-four hours, and which he bar filler the secretary of the treasury; I'o for Xew Orleans. Sh arrived at day. for white people only. Special

: Committee of the Young Men's Bust gram the. 1Ith': acknowledged it as considered of no importance in prerenting md the system in the other states, at port on January l th. and was compartment for ladies, with lady at-

: i un I...a(ne-\Vm. Fi hfrV.. K. flyer, tn: on anti Dr. White in hii"Ptinuny I persons from the vessel comIng so far as we have been able to find required to go to quarantine bu ndant. Neatest, best and cleanest!

Jr S, A. CosulUh: Fannin Chipley and) of "this date. that it was sent on thi on shore or in affecting his intention nit. is tinder the immediate control of was admitted to entry at that port blth: hone in the city. Bath* >

I* (I. Howe.CrtMiitt t says it is clear that its: I to fumigate the vessel in one day I !itch: states but subject to the super without any detention whatever. ents. FKINK: IAKJ.

-.- of the Chamber of Com 10th. So that the 10th. Dr. Porte i and to releasing her immedia'ely. I isory and restraining authority of the : Our investigation has raised mAny Cor. Cevallo and Z irragQ.?a St-

aerc '- S. C Cobb ( who diM during tile date was;follows I It seems equally clear that the tele ederal government. We apprehend.I .

kq: lit aUtinpa! of the joint committee). F, inswered" as : 16 1902. irain was intentionally misleading and I that under each system the : [Contlnufd on Eighth Page 1 II
Fla. Jan. ,
Key West. .
i-j; C Ilren' Jno C. Av.-ry. Tbos. C.Vat- Pensacola. i intended to induce Dr. Porter to ordeii I final power of determining minimum I i Gus A. Soderlind
To White
(on an4V.| A. Itlotirit.1L ; "In view,lepram this date stE'am..r'Atlantiau i i I detention for ten days in spite ol i estrictions: upon the entrance of ves- HERE MYERS VOTES NO. : ,
: Ihp fact that he had resolved before detention in
Comnntt. <- of the citizen* meeting revoke intructions [ I'l'ls.; and the minimum
Capetown ,
i:. Bra II. Shee Gulf Transit! Co'.s assumed inter quarantine lies with the general povTnment I II
L:1 11) Ikets. F. "'npr. a!' to pratique. Afte: Ilhp I ...THE TAILOR.. .
:4 Lan, I. Creui and K. 11. Put thoroughly fumicate kil ftrence had been mnrnunicated to. (' so that the states, where I House Bill 95, Page 1171. A bil

cam.lion. I all rniieatin vermin: hold ten days; then trot him, not to detain the vessel. lit hey have direct control. may add to ; to be entitled, "An act relative to the i :OK Wt: T GOVKUMUKNTsr: ;
W.mOllnt was! cbopen i communicated facts known to him a hut not subtract from federal reLraints. -
release from i .
l1 chairman of the joint committee. Chas, my evidence) plaaue" daily."PORTER.. whole day. asking Dr. Porter "how : This puts absolutely in the 'receipt. shipment and delivery of ,I I'frtight fill for the next 30 davIk- -,: -
Hiarantine. Inspect crew detain?" thus declaring that in railroad companies and at: 25 cent less iL..I.) rui.ln
I ,t A. Choa'e M-mtary and Leslie E. ." long I lands of the general government by per
.* ,.a Jlrook aitant!' secretary. ; his judgment/ some detention was neefssary. I lower to prevent too great laxity in : other common carriers, and to compe : price;;:
I 4 ; At the met ting! of the joint committee :I Detention Ordered. Vp to that time, he any state in the conception or enforce. i I railroad companies to transport and I ring Men'g Huit' '<
'I' M held May 12.: 1S'J2. a sub-commit' The till of health referred to 1)nr. \ had not thought so, nor did Dr. tent of a quarantine system (see opin- i ting I..n s Suit Indies'Mesui Muiti Cleaned fl I'"> ,

% 1; lee, (.chaw with! the duty of prepar White showed that upon ll.a\'ing Wyman's dispatches of the 15th. I ion of Solicitor General Aldrich. ap- (turn cars received from connectin; I.adl..h'$uit& Hte&m Cleaned 7V lull '

tag: the joint committee's final report, Port Elizabeth (Port of Alpoa lay]) nor the instructions of January i roved by Attorney General Miller, nes of railroads, to construct siding: !ottn', Tousen Straw Cleaned 4 ,

vai appointed consietln? of Messrs, the sanitary condition of the'essfl, i Cth, referred to in Dr. White's ages :;::2.: 533.; Vol. 7. Weekly Ab- and connections with each other'sIlines. :) Hint : Now is the time to hay

W. A. Hloiint. Chaiunan: P. 0. Howe (rtw anti cabin passenger was good! i telegram necessitate or justify the tracts of sanitary reports.) The presnt ." Mr. Myers voted NO. 28june1w your winter Clotbinsr: put in good

FC Brent Tho C. \Vaton and K.H. I hat she discharged and loaded in th, 'clegram. The former was a pressingpinion : law gives ample means of making jape. This offer is for thirty daysonly.
Putnam lopen bay; that the 91 cases of buboni, (' by the surgeon general tb / the ffecthe this general power. The i MEAT & MALT has a rnarvelou- I Mention you saw the adveremfleItt -

At a me, tnK! of the joint committee plague had been in a lazaretto I1nileg -,. \-('55(1! should be given quick dispatch, I econd section of the Act of February 1 dietetic value. While refreshing I ti" in TJIK DAILY NEWS.

In Id July :2 I!u.: the I'ub.'ommittpelfrc'rt".1 : from Port Elizabeth; that oj;:: ; ind the latter only a reductioa of the i 15. 1893. (27 Statutes at Large, page .. herwi--e the regular price will be
n draft of final report which Ilhf>I'pI, had di'll.II) ((3S?) had beet L : ime of quarantine from fifteen to ten i 49)! ) provides among other things as and pleasant to take, it helps! a simiitionoffood. largc-d.I

; ,.,a. duly 'OIl.I.tH..1 and unanimously ,liseharged. and} only four remained lays in cases where quarantine was flows: tfold byDAXXHEISSKR 1

adopted; \It liIII 11 report follows: irder traeatment at the lazaretto. I required at all. The Present Law.
," The Report.IVtita I, After the decision of Dr. Porter, the. I The Facts Suppressed I "At such ports and places within the I 134 134 134 134 134
}ulf Transit Co. and the vessel wen! of the contents of the /- =- .:.. :'. :: ..
: where regu-
A comparison quarantine ; -" -
I (Jnited States iu
rtla. Fla.. June :27, 1502.:! I AM WHO USK ATUMI/F.KS :
I '
I iotifle'1 by Dr. White, and after futilE! bill of health shown in the statement exist under the authority ofthe
lions -|SAlton's -
To the CliamlM-r of Commerce. Young efforts by the Gulf Tranist Co. and thE! : if facts, with Dr. White's telegram state municipality which in tl eating: nasal: catarrh will get the 134 -: 134
Menu Huc'.ws: League, and Citizens''i iwners of the vessel to obtain a resIssion ,' iemonstrates that he omitted to state the opinion of the secretary of the i be.t result from Ely's Liquid Cream I Ii ; Telephone-

('f l'ciai ola : of the order, the owners, or I ''to Dr. Porter that the vessel had not I reasury are not sufficient to prevent i ilm. Price including spraying Itlefor Public Ub>
The iindt-r-iened have been appoint'fd : : 134
fort fanuary 17th directed her to New Or' 1lJfoPn at P-irt Elizabeth but discharged ''the introduction of such diseases into ,''tube, 7acts. Sold by drug H5 or : j Tin IT'
I I'v \oii us a joint committee ; leans. whither she went on that daterrlving md loaded in the open bay; the saniary tie United States or into one state or i f-- .- .' _. .. ."'..
and Bro C6; rit..
ht of estimating! re- immediatehnt I lailecl(! by Ely '
rurtx--e en the l&th. and tbe'ss1 the fact of Columbia.te .
: condition of ; the District i
i;;'rtIg to you the circumstances at'I: _sIJlM_.4.._ 4.V_ C HU.("..'raut'' ..nt .n".t.-'Ut ft OL .V"..w..' 1 bat the plague was isolated in a ?rritory secretary or of the treasury shall. if i I Xew York. I II 134 134 134 134 134

f teudin; the proposed detention in i iI Orleans without the performance of t I. 'n...,..d--.4 i ii'iiu,..' I ikiiiica t. ",.;to. frnrrt....... the...- town H -- of : In! his judgment it is necessary and I New Orleans\ Sept I, !ll0o.!: :
at th.' pott of I'ensacola I I' -t .l.-r. Messrs. ELY BROS:-I sold two
quarantine and without de
I any quarantine, any Port Elizabeth and that it had proper make audit additional ruies I
t'l"aol"h:11lIaetian.: in the I practl.\\ ntles of Liquid Cream Balm '
? f'f JJf) tertion. ''cally disappeared since out and regulations as are necessary tcprevent i your
; month of Januan 1.I i2, anti of the detentlon i At about the time of the sending of cases there only remained four. Since I the introduction of such diseases i to a customer, Wm. Limberton 1416 EVERY .
in quarantine in said port at I Dr.White I foreign elachaise Ht., New Orleans; he has
to from :
the last telecram: by the only feature in this case into the United States
tho Mime, time of the bark ditTer'l territory : u atxnit declared tha
I Dr. Porter, the former ;.er.tiating it from conditions countries or into one state or .
rocotnmendatlon I onderful and moat !satisfactory rf>
jMranprr. ant) of making would not have occurrei Columbia from
the detention I jing the rrrivals of other vessels or the District of 10USEWIFE
of suIt". UEO. W. McDuiK.Pharmacist.
tluretntion ajeurrnt I .
koktnc to I
if the Gulf Transit Company had noulegraplud i i South Africa at other American ports' I another state or territory or the I .
and tot
"f tl-- im-idi-nts. to Dr.Vynian.. and t'ler' was the fact that a death occurred on i i of Columbia and when said rules I, .

the % .'tt"fli.rt of the quarantine er'l by as he I I'j a
; tire of thf i">tt.Your : with his tonduct of his office! tine: : of th se facts upon probability I shall be promulgated by the secretaryof ,
: committee: has held many meet or. in his own language used on th<. : of this death arising from ordinary the treasury and enforced by the : WI KLOW'I\ HOOTHISH HYRrp hat 'I
uned for tixty by milliocsu
11..11 ovt'r years !
I 1 Inp. taV n much testimony commuted, procuredmany much afternoon of the! ].'Ih to one of the wii I consumption or from pneumonicllaiiue sanitary authorities of the states and runlht'n for their children wail.. tvtllilug i Turpentine
documents; and :: IIPS'P: i is The extreme finprolsatiIty municipalities where the state or municipal wltb period eucceti. It tootbrg the chile I
I ivrtppon.l.nte.anti! in so (lOing'I I "The damned agent has telegraphsov : apparnt. whet i health authorities will] lotteDI the gums,aiiay9 all pft1nCUte. wind I tether fir Cleaning: Ileih or Old
month have elapsed. No d..lay, how. : of the latter cause : colle. and Is the beht remedy for l' arrbo <.: otheor for StitiRs; of Insect
I r 111h.'a.1 to W>'man. anti 1 eiP light when it was i undertake to execute and enforce lit sill relieve the poor little snfTcrer lin I
the was so
plaeue: I
attributed! to the fault ol I ('ut'!, IJriiHe;, or anything "Neireryb .
be i :
? con tfn'days'q1lar. Hold Inenr71Jarl
f rr. : -ft to subject her to isolated from the town and when them: but if the state I i diately. by UruggitU
the rommittPp'I'I't perhaps during so I ot the world. Twenty-tHe cent a bottle ... ',dy knows the value of l'ur'-
a vt I tic. the vessel lay in open bay and not : or municipal authorities shall fall! ask for"M rs. Wlnilow'i tootb.
.' thit > \\ .-ks, when the subcommittee. you rpirits of Turpentine and in order
the la < On tho ITth of January the Gui'I theseforts said rules anc and lake other kind.
hit II the drafting otthu at the town is evident and had or refuse to enforce Ing Hyrup no 10 get the genuine article, see thatit
to \\
; Transit Company n-ired Dr. Wynia: Port shall execute -
I been communicated to Dr. regulations, the president
committed! has! it by the
l up
report vn that tieessel had been ordered: tu a the and adopt \ Want Column
to draft It'i : H, would probably have produced and enforce same Try the NEWS
not hat an. opportunity. ; NV\v Orleans, and was then sailing for I different decision! frcm him.i such measures as in his judgment ,

: until thU tnt investigation an,1 l lftt'idcrat hat port. i Whether this he true or not. yet the i shall be necessary to prevent the introduction "I Neter Knew Fain Killer 11 I'nl
A. a r.'siilt of our I Our investigation shows that dorm: not of such diseases.aru
i facts remain that the report was or spread
accordance with 'bp.fore what the matter be?
:<>n an.l In i the existence of the plague in Soot] I but ol officers for that' can
from of duty de-tail or appoint
{ made a sense
I the duty imposed upon us, we beg to \frica vessels have arrived from may I Where i is the bottle? here.. Itlwurht
I offense the action of a third person
at purpose. so it i Iriot Perry Iavi.sinkiller <
ft'llert ports therein which were infe that the of our port Regulations Suggested.
That \W ha\c examined Into the thE and commerce i at all, but something theruzzist
in the 1'nited States on
detention tf the ::transer. and while : been ma.le the plaything of an Sndividual's In order to carry out this power fO \ mu-t have mude: biiifeelf
.\tlaulic11.1 Gulf and that they hay(
:1 i .1
t it we, find 'hat there were irregularities bffii after disinfeition released in caprice. as to secure the desired uniformity, and I did not notice it; I have u.;ed -

t: in ronncrtum with the quarantining from one to three days. I Repeated Complaints. I I] wo respectfully suzgest that the !seers ainkiller for yean f'-r diarrhcpa: I11
I iewof the similarity examina tary of the treasury should make regu and stomach! aches ana ttnever
of her in \ Dr. Porter Not Blamed. j Purina: the course of our I ramp ,

"; : of these with some of the occurrences From the facts stated we are cf th, i, tion it has come to us that there arc .! lat ions. failed.. 4EBuffalo
l : ID Ibf'tlant"n matter to which we opinion that no blame attaches to Di. j nl1niprous and constantly recurring I 1. Providing for the immediat ---- -

I J l.errafter art we refrain from comtnentlnu J Y. Porter in the matter of the de_ I complaints against Dr. White's admin I transmission by the local officer ii The Stratton Ice Works

I UIICn this case. tention of the Atlantian. and it give!; t istration i of quarantine; complaints charge of the quarantine at any port,: : luscious melons Co.
m large : Mfg
I The Atlantian Case. H.: pleasure so to state. I that he is grossly: discourteous and uncivil ,I' to the surgeon genm at Washington,, ,

A* to th. Atlantian we find the material We are regretfully but unavoidabl! i to the masters of vesels to suet of copies of the bills of health of in ce-cvld. Place your order i,
i facts chronologically stated tottf I an extent as to induce then r''mln'esels., with a statement 01 t who: Guarantee it Absolutely P
4 t follows __h I to endeavor to prevent the return -. !all information derived outside of th! low by telephone. t
t a* Port I this ::: i i bill of health of the sanitary con 10 Cents Bottle.
She was In.. ar.d sailed from. | of their vesMs to port : Only a
ilIrab.'lh.o"lh ,Africa on December Your Liver i complaints of discrimination ii dition and history of the yes; PROFESSIONAL CHIROPODIST ,

i tomhTng at Capetown, favor of certain ship chandlers anrI I sel upon her voyage and toeethe: :
19. IJiH. and WiJ: be roused to its natural dutie!I |i
of the treatment ti() E. St. Clair Thomas remove
; :'.,"Ibfr <-*. arrUed in Pensacola and yi, ir It '". hraJache amconstipati I I other purveyors. and aaamst others.1 i' with a statement the Iou ; All kinds of chairs and
harbor en the! mornins: of January 13, I m be cured if you tat j whereby the favored ones have a monopoly be accorded to the vessel by urns, bunion and Ingrowing nail
t e I of the furnishing of ships; an l quarantine authorities .and upon th .
:. : 1902.On January 13'h. Dr. J. W. ITargis.'tar1r.c Hood's PillsSold 'complaints that no facilities are gl'eIby L release of the vessel accorded a statement to her c your residence if required. No. 521outh I : Quina's.. Prices are very
; Ii and consignee!; the treatment actually ,
Hosp'ital Snrceon at this port, him to charterers
I .
) all 25 centi. Such details would enable the Marin< Palafox street lltjlm low. .
(Pr. 11. C White Port Physician, being by druggists. cf Incoming vessels as to the tine t)1:r I


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0"s[H, President; F. C. NORTON, Cashier ; MARITIME. I ti
\II. Smoke La Norma!

SJ F3SHEE, V1ce-President; M. E. CLARK Ass't Cashier.


For July to date .___I 50.1C4 ,


Commander J H Ball inspector of the
Seventh Lighthouse district, has Issued the $ Cost Five Cents f
following official notice: &
OF PENSACOLA, FLA. ; Pfcsacola Bay and tntrlneea1 Yard ,
Outer Bank Buoy No 9, a tecond-c lass can,
I was established June :!a. m?, on the tALL
following bearings,viz: i
Leer Point Beaon Light E. by N.Peoeacola .
the LARGEST CAPITAL STOCK of any bank in the State I Llght-Honse. W. N W JW.. HAVANA !
Has End of West coal) wharf, navy yard, X.
J. W. if i

courteous and careful attention given to all business en- "ihls buoy li placed at tbe southeasterlypoint
prompt, of tae flve-Iathorn curve oI I'ensaeola
nary yard and mark the channel to anchorage F
ground for deep draught vetseU.5OTICE EQUAL f'

trusted to its care.

Regulations of the Marine Hospital Service

-1 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. foreign require ports tbe via inspection domestic of ports vessels north from of FaR SALE AT ALL CIGAR STANDS. .I.,

southern Maryland, but via such ports at a
Ship Island where full pratique is g.nfor .,
a southern port, inspection is not pre ---n ;j>
Shake Into Your Shoes requisite to :
B, H. .
Allen's Foot-Ease a It
powder. SOT ICI.:
53IIOLBTERER cures painful, smarting, nervous feet FOR WEST FLORIDAThe The Marine Hospital Service has issued j '
ROMANA STREET. and ingrowinjr nails, and instantly tbe following: LEWIS BEAR & CO. Agts.
31 EAST takes the sting out of corns and bun "CoahtlnK vessels which are known and ,
which In trade with Florida
are regular
II. 'f aiJ Refinishing Furniture a ions. It's the greatest comfort dis Bummer Normal School fcr from domestic ports of tbe United States, ,
Specialty covery of the age. Allen's Foot- West Florida established by authority '. may enter without detention or inspectionwith "
Ease makes tight or new shoes feel the understanding that if sickness of
of Hon. W. N. Sheats State
Superintendent any character whatsoever shall develop '
PhonD '1U5. easy. It is a certain cure for sweat- '
of Public Instruction, at during the voyage to Florida ports shall
ing, callous and hot, tired, aching Pensacola Fla., will on July report to the quarantine officers for inspection '
open ;i "
; K. WHITE feet. Try it to-day. Bold by all 14th and continue for a period of six I I and disposition._
R. druggists and shoe stores. Don't weeks. N

fld.l'r, Manufacturing Jeweler accept any substitute. By mail for This school is organized for the !: Rndymion AT QUARANTINE.Russhtp ''!'t. Pellemn. East t
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23c. in stamp*. Trial package FREE. benefit of teachers, and those intending I London to Knars. Uunwody CoGer h
01 itraJuate Optician, Address, Allen Olmsted, LeRoy, to become teachers and all I I ss Aragonia.iKf.M, Forst New York to tJ
N.Y.ICECOLD. Gulf'! Transit ToKr
I'flouola, t1a who are sixteen years of age are i ss Incbmoor. ::' U, Bass, Santos to
.Iaf ,I 1 eligible for entrance. The school ,I Baa rs A Co

WATERMELONS will have departments for whites i lir Barbados tk Haerimner.U'Ol.Goodall.Cape: to order Townvia J t
VOTING. THE GARFIELD ICE CO':;, and colored conducted, of course, in I Nor bk Neujo NUI, Neaussen, Cape Town :
MR. MYERS NOT separate buildings. via St: Thomas to order *5 ? E5E5E5E5E5Z5E5 E I

I i There will be three courses of Rns bk Facereton; Fort
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Auetraua,912 -- - - --
MYERS VOTED ACAINST !: study, embracing the usual subject, Natal to : I .
: 'S. Page: 1077, A bill to on which the examinations for

An act in relation to REQUIRING RAILROADSTO I I teachers' certificates are based each THE SHIPPING.VESSELS i
rpanies in this state." j;l leading to a more thorough prepara- j I
BUILD DEPOTSSenate :' tion, in the requirements for the several IS PORTSTEAM'HIPS. ,
ecame a law and makes certificates.The |i
I' Br Batten Hall, 13: !'4, Weppener, to Ilaars,
: -''''I=anies, when judgment school is organized: not only IJunwody CoBT'alrnloch.t'tilMitchell. -

them pay the attorney'str for the purpose of acquiring better toHHLCoKr
Bill No. 71. To be entitled, methods and thorough knowledge KdiUe,:,lIO.', batltlo>ck. to Gulf Transit

side.) Mr. Myers did28june1w "An Act to require railroad corpora but to encourage a higher standardof I Co Br Egmont Castle KU Pugh, to put 'I
scholarship.It Ivan Lumber Co !I SATURDAY !
--- tions to construct passenger depots on is hoped that a large number of Kr Karbwood, 11-*), Brown toWHKey-1'I' j

.tS a Woman's Life. their lines of roads and to provide a West Florida teachers will attend, I her Br A HeleysideMcKie Co to F O Howe ,,

would hameant penalty therein.On and every effort will be made by the iCo I III
n up faculty to make their attendanceprofitable j Inverness, 8734; Proud, to !'outbpr-I I
\1.| Lnii Crar: of Doi- the passage of the bill Mr. I land InnIs lo I
as well as pleasant. Leonora, 17w; Bustlnza, to Gulf
For she had 1 Span;
years Bill 16 to
voted NO.
Myers passed Any information regarding the Transit Co Standard "Silver" Dollar
i HUM ry from a severe | lirJLesreaaU 1137, Ferry to SoutberlandIneisFO : :
and obstinate tough. 3. (Senate Journal 1891.). 22june2t Summer; Normal will be cheerfully I : '

IHlh'P, 1 could scarcely given by Hupt. N. B. Cook, 1'ensa- r.r Midilieham Castle, 1M; Lloyd, to Pen-
cola, Fla., or the undersigned. I.tacola Lumber I o .
l sometimes could not FINE STATIONERY. Students who attend should takea Uer Scotia: iftRi, H aner, toGulf Transit Co I
1 < torn and runnlies failed I Kr bllverdale; 1711, Ball, to Pensaccla
for their full fares going to
receipt Lumber Co
lir Kinks Xw Di, .o\ery C. V. Thompson, Xo. 11 South effort is made
Pensacola, as being to SHIPS.

...1lIltl'm. and was cotnpKtelyr 1'alafox street, has just opened a have the railroads give a return Fr Kings County, 2"il, !Salter: to order I j I tug SHIRT SALE !
r.-rs from roughs, ticket for one-fourth fare, as they Kus Ocean, 14'-!, Mat tssen, to !h: S: L LO '
"id hll1* tr"'%Ide ned this new supply of Linen and Bond have in the past. BARKS

II.. .1\ lor it never disappnaranti't'd H. P. BAYA, It Anna Marie,U3.Tinto, to order
'\r,. :; t>y \\'. A.Mitk'it I Papers, white, blue aud gray, with Principal, DeFuniak Springs, Fla. Nor Alexander. Lawrence: !, Haaversen. Is going to stir this old city from east to west and northto
to W H Key .r..t Co
, .! I'rire, fiOcPENSACOU match Oxford sizes
w Envelopes to ; It Bersigliere. lull, Peeko, to Baars )un-

: ,, also Foreign Majl Tablets with Envelopes Don't Fail to Try This. wody It Elmstone,737Capurotoorder A Co! south, for it will be an unprecedented Shirt affair. So if

I : I lien Norms, 31'vi, Alberuen to Bears,
to match. Ink, Pencils Whenever an honest trial is givento

CLASSICAL SCHOOLI J Blankbooks Electric Bitters for any trouble it Dun'ody.Co Bus Khea,jjo>s, Nyroos, to order you happen to be out of the incorporated limits on these three I
Penholders, Files etc.
is recommended for a permanent cure Nor Sunbeam Kit Andersen to orderIt
I Thomas "13, Lauro to orderIt
I .| \ .-.-....i.>n M<':;tna Si- I etc.. always on hand. will surely be effected. It never failsto kidneys YuginiaSt'iVassalo, to Hosasco Bros days it will be your loss, for we give you warning in due time.
., tone the stomach, regulate the
Mini"r l" 1'nri, :" \ Phone 234. 1I\KKENT1NE.
.Iu,,- t111'1 I.I i _'_ __ and bowels, stimulate the liver, Br Skoda,a5h< Lee,to ri 8 .L Co
invigorate the nerves and purify the SCHOONERS.Kr
; Treat Your Kidneys For Rheumatism Oforgiana.7l Scott, to order See Our Big Show Windows.
blood. It's wonderful tonic for
a .
Am Hjaluiar. AXt'I' .n to master
..... .' ...1 iM pr". j When you are suffering from rheunmmm down systems. Electric Bitters positively Am John t'rancl'ordson, to order

\ !. HU.H >CIIIIILaudI : the kidneys must be attendedto cures kidney and liver troubles, Kr Mabel Darling, Ill, Albany, to himp,

'I.J.I'.t. "I'l.HfAKATOUV: iu- at once so that they will eliminate stomach disorders, nervousness, sleeplessness son A Co 1

., t1"n I -,'. '...II"I o( t--I'ernl f! uric acid from the blood Foley's rheumatism, neuralgia, and DOZ. CELEBRATED STRAW HAT SACRIFICE."SILVER"
,, .. effectivefor CLEARED) AND 8AILKIJ FOR PEF (50 .
'-f t trr. r dd'J' --" : Ki.lmy Cure Is the most expels malaria. Satisfaction
'..'-" w :,., !,J.H'III.l Ceii1deteItaI. ; :. III' oIy this purpose. R. T. Hop. D'Alemberte guaranteed SACULA.RTCAV8HIF8.. (
.' ,'- ..I t..c public -chool wi-h .km-. "f I'olar.'is", says: "After unj -. by \V. A. druggist. I AND PRINCELY SHIRTS To the right of our Big Hhirt
Only 50 cents. Beatrice. Br, 21:%>, Ldnards. Penarth May I
iufieir! -tuJies further with- j usefully doctoring three years for UeUinKborg:, K\\ed, I. Scbreill, Rotter- Window you will find a tempting
,Vlf.',' ::"111". clam 11I told from Maine to California
''iliHimatism with the hest doctors, 1 i May of Hummer Straws for Men
I .-.- ".I 'i.h, with the nil 'tried Foley's Kidney Cure and i it This weather makes the I I Llansanuor niero lir, ?:*O'I. Croston, at Rio Jaj Canada to the Gulf for a Ktand- and array Boys. There U yet three months
i' I'll indivijiiil attention fined me. I cannot speak too highly LanKham. Br, std IlarwicU June dat I ard SILVER DOLLAR, and which
t..- Ivan in *tllallerclt.-p< IOC this great medicine." Sold by WI grass grow. You can buy ''I'; Portugalele, Kr 3 W7,Jenkins, Hamburg of hot weather s>o you can keepyour ,
i i have no equal at that price in make,
i _" : -ea-)u, t.) advance D'Akmberte. ]:21: South Palafosstn keen cutting Lawn Mowers May Si temper cool and your head com-
I 1\ Twickenham Br, aid Santos June K
'I'; in all colors
material style or ,
1 furu'
i .y i p"nibll .
t. and Grass Shears the RASRSAntonioCrg,7t5sldPalma jrtable at lie rate of l.Jc: per month,
il 1<-du"I". i from May 15 all styles ; some with attached collars
I Ilico, It M Table Uhf :May 1'.') for there hat range from39cto76c
ii are fitting I Willis Hardware Co's.Do I
'.. ... : Hugo, Nor N"" *. at Table Kay March 7 some with no collars and detached -

t..1". t'f'! in*truc. ; Notice to Tax Payers i Olive Mount, It, sid Leith Jan 12: culls; all to go at the astounding each
you a magnificent watch
IMtthetnatic,11i! "- PRESIDENT DEFIES TILLMAN. price of
I for little money? If !'o. call on
'rt'r' I. .intruel
itm. etc. -
.1 '/. < ,.tuition.l The City Tux Assessor'S Stephens, the jeweler. He will accommodate 65c each Just Half their former
you. Roosevelt Will Appoint Harris PoA price.
I : (rtriniui and '[>iiui :
-i i conducted at the hook will remain open during UNION MEN STOP FUNERAL I master at Chulea n.I .

U'JaJden and Spring i Washington July 8.-President

i hiclJici: which H to July, and any com -- I Roosevelt has approved a long list : 50 Dox. Stretchy Scam Drawers, 35c pair, 3 pairs for $ J,00.

:. i '. .Jj't it especially to plaints must be filled with An Unusual Spectacle I II Enacted at of recess appointments which will

.. .,ol. San Francisco, Cal. I-- .._ _._
-ch .. ... .
probably be announced before be Ij -- ------- ------"-"--- ------ ---- -
i ii-r ..f pupils in attend- the assessor before August1st. t San Francisco. July 3,-That the
lea1'88shin ton for On
.' de,.ir- Plttsburf. j
'ii. Hence those Local Hackmen's union determine
iahould c'linmunicate that only initiated members holding the list are three South Carolina I
W. J. & B. FORBES.
"--iblw with the i'rinci- J. .T. milTLVG, driver's cards shall be employed was names at least two of which will

arouse an indignant protest from Senator
I I ijyiw Tax Assessor. evidenced yesterday by the unusual ,
r lI.f.JftIUli..u, term"aud ; City illman. I
spectacle of a funeral procession b<.- II
I Ilr' -+ Thos. C. Watson & Co., At the White House and the pos II I
\ '. AKM..TIGINII, ling stopped in front of the Hall o! I
tak office department it it positively stated II
the leading Heal Estate Agents, I
!'rlllcl.II! or Justice when E'VE'rdriven, d.emoun-
\i II.\\'11.\UJR.., all the worry otf the shoulders of the,j ed from his seat and refused to proceM that the president has decided to I If You Buy Them at the lloston Shoe Store They are Good I'I
A l-tint. owners of property, manage th, appoint W. L. Harris postmaster At
of their houses and the col. because it has hen reported that 'I '
|I Charleston and J. F. Richardson postmaster -I
I! IIT Furniture, K o 1 lection of their rents as conscientiously there was a nonunion man among
I t as they would themselves. them. The men were employes of 't.Marinl. at fJreenville. At the same ;
(III I I an I 'I time he will appoint Major Mies'i
t.t mmm, I I Their charge are very reasonable.A from whose stable the hacks Boston Shoe Store ; !
Jenkins collector of internal revenue,
i: were furnished.An .
I in place of George R. Koester. who i
t- ...'411......... ..... '" Italian by the name of Francis J Ji
failed of
.. ...9.9.9.. confirmation by the senate.
Ceaugno had )lp( n placed as driver o.i, i
The appointment of Mr. Harris as MONDJ\Y.
one of the hacks before a driver's card l
postmaster at Charleston, although reommemied *"-
FRESH SHIPMENT OF had been issued to him hy the i
union He was forced to dismount by some of the leadir; Ladies' Kid Colonial. Turn Sole, Military Heel. Gold Buckle. . $1.73i ; .

.......... !" "' and after the owner of the carriage: I citizens. Republican and Democratic, I Lidies' Patent Leather Vamp. ColoniiK r t '
'- --- Heavy
t" r- i is particularly-! obnoxious to Senator i Military'HeeU, 51Up
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:, -= i had been installed the prooessicn! ron I Tillman l liecaiie Harris is accused of I -to-IateWalking Shoe. . . . . . . .. . .. .. ,;2(10 I
j tinued on to the cemetery.RIVAL I 1
NAMSe I 1 being a "rarppt.ha g-f'r." Harris was i

..SMITHFIELD .. i I TO CARNEGIE PALACE. I nominatt-,1 for the Charleston oHic1 See Our Bargain Counter. I ;

- -, -- !';omf' walks a 2:0: and it was Sf-nat.H I
f' I ..
= Tillman who showed that Harris was - -- -- fI
: Charles M. Schwab Will Build Residence .
.. y- '''' riot a legal I resident of Charlt' ton. The
i to Cost 2500000.

P JUST RECEIVED. I New York. July 3.Andrew CarnegWs !,i rresident nomination.reluctantly Further withdrew invectieatiinI the I BOSTON SHOE STORE J

I splendid new residence in upper -
I has 'or.vinced the president that th"1 ,
I Fifth avenue i is to have a rival it]I

;j FRESH FLORIDA SYRUP kIN I Mock the home bounded soon to by be Riverside erected on drive the,. 1 i appointment factory to many of Harris of the will leading be satis-citir !- NATHAN (:. r<) K<'llii.Miif: : Prull'il.tur. >

ns of Charleston, hence he will reappoint -
i West End avenue: Seventy-thirJ anJ t 1 Harris. Leaders of Low Prices. H7 South Palafox iStreet.

I PER GALLON. = I Seventy-fourth streets for Charles:
GALLON 75cts
JUGS, : Schwab, president of the United Stat"E,. ;, '>hAn Senator Tillman! was informed i 1--

that Harris would be reappoint
: Steel) corporation. THK iTHOS t '
.r i he declared that he would renew his; VIRCINIA COLLECE
\vi: IIANDI.I: It is said that it will lie one of th p .
: opposition to him next winter although -'SL'KK lIAIHIMi KSTAIIMMOIKNTHathin : I Fur'IJl'G LADIK4, Uoanoke. V.. j
j finest houses in the city. It will _
cosi I ,
ff M. F. Cots Corn Meal = his hands are tied during threcess. np Fept 1'1 I iwe. One of the lending
Gonzalez | about $:: .;:;Mi.ono. and will stand tn ft in the warm Gulf water. i+ Hctiuoli for touui Ladirg in the H>uld i

plot for which )Ir. Schwab paid $<';.3,. 'conceeded to be the finest iu the { New building, PIKIIIM and e
; KLIMVIILY.: (IIHI about a year ago.! House and world. EVfrythin for plfoa'url:' with ; Campus ry In Valley ten acres of Va.. brand famed mountain for bt-aUti.IClne-Ku- i .

site, therefore will represent an in ICE-COLD WATERMELONS: AT safety. Good board and lodging, by 1 ropran and Amrrran it-achm. Full courts. .
k THE GARFIELD ICE CO'S.n the day <>T week. Luncheon promptly | Con"'ivalorr: advantagw Art, Music and t
vestment of more than U.3 /.OO'1. Klocutioo. student from thirty Btatci.i I
!; served at all hour, day or night i forCRt lo ucaillr-
SOL CAHN & COo There will be a fine frontage o I tbe captain own CHARLES H. BrRtox, M A t T i K f. H A KKIf, President

: Riverside drive, overlooking the Hut, aXJoITHER: : Castle'''' of mill the be 2m-tf __ Manager., Koanokf, Ira. ,
son. The house will b* four stories I responsible for debts con- i -- -- .c!
In height tracted by the crew of "Id'f"R..I.. Everybody has a right to a little
ta STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERS JOB; Pro TII.r"ulhvan Elegant china closets, I piece of this earth. Rut they must
\ .
I : taptain. sideboards and leather- fight for it. They mn-t watch their
k Marston $ Quina ;JHdNEnH i chance to fret it and get it.
\ Corner Palafox and Intendencia Streets. line carry ER the captain. owner seat chairs at Marston gQuina's. Thos. C. Watson & Co.
f the largest of matting, ; DII< : \ will b. re- Low prices; easy have some particularly fine bargainsto
P .nci78. .< .< Pcnsaola, Fla. = rugs, window shades, etc., pon .. for debta contracted offer just now, and th*y invite
by the crew of !&Id'ellel.. payments. to and
in the city. We lay our Wx. BALL. you come Inve-tate game. ,
X Pen S S matting free. I Coml nfe. rju I I Try THE NEWS: Want Column. to. '

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One Person OF FAILURE How Mrs. Brace, a Noted Opera D_kl- Lamb. ,

I Singer, Evaped au Opt-ration. Diseoss'rjj the sleep department of Treasurer of the Brooklyn Ea.t End Art Club.

Tells Another Proof That ..:any Operations the Iowa experiment station C. P.

LC r l_-::atl for Ovarian Troubles are Unnecessary. Reynolds says ia The Drovers' Journal: [t N STRt'AL irregularities to their hfi.'rfe "C would

ABOUT KODOL DYSPEPSIA CURE.: 'Talk slat taint cr r? !rs on the This treatment gets careful attention ; [ are generally hire more happy wives,
mothers mi
stage." saId tie prompter. "I Lave t.* \:_,"s. _'-jn2way! the lambs are the beci nin2 daughtcn, and
i of a woman's trouble. if thy! would uu more \z\t\-\
T-at't Way It, Sal ls lacrMilaf .o RIp. fft ii more bUixx-ss alien,- actors froi.. I!i DUB M I'nfr::!A.M :Travelling about two or three week, oM before With the vitality at a F pageant tathf of c.tii-:

i .,1-5oth.r..t b. S.<_ttU-f a" edt'tLan tay ot.C: cac=e except I I' for years on the n a.., with irregular .luetin; The instrument: csed is s bw ebb, the blood weaken chars, tristnir:j results: they

!. Merit Aft.f All. Ii'Jt Ir 'Ir:;::." j meals and sleep and damp beds brokei knife with a sharp edge ia the hands, *}, the digestion disorder ..w' watt fid eat ti* doeton'pracnptionj
-\VLat do you mean" asked the i dan ny health so completely two *!, he ex: about pales :is not ptrfDrn
that the : advised of a careful' man. A< a rule, tie tail is
Fair minded : always' admit It playwrizLt.: : years 1'; pliysicUn a faced hollow-eyed and taz- the many euro they ate gives
1 when tht'V' t::.d Jo.iPp'an article of merit. If "l>
; It La, d',ne them %yA they want It tot i:> for his first sjctti* :" ucU-s.. Tie skin U carefully! ptiUed up the blooming health: of >a "In cocsultie; whh C'.T

. help others t'-o. Thousands bear "Vf: I've tecri: that it..ry. They ; W V\.v ecttln:;. so tnt it will! roll back her firmer self. Bat over Mia III H a.yaedruggist he ajratd McElr i
1.OOO.OJO: womenbavefoand:: TIU of Cirdui aai The:.
of sitars to the Wonderful curative f, that when be went the!
on wound and
.y less the
stage said iro w cover
health! again l.y taking Wine cf C-riui. ford's Biack-Draught, aJ so 1 txk
, : ; Cure. Its lr. ; it
! la
quaittecrtKodoIDr fr Lord be : aldt'IfiJt r. I
which a. bundreary tripled 1 -, .' \ thus iiiifrt,*n hecLn; The college: : has Asa reulator cf the menstrual ).erlt>b __d hive every reason to thick tin for

It, % 1 itJvtly the on.y and completely preparation digest; pos-anyT'xxl ; hi. ..t.-p. Tte aud: >ace lau; ,! i"I \ f\ rT-.: .,ile..t"1 with various devices tot Wine of Card-i has: never been Dlawn i i new life opened up to CK urJs restores
., nl, and he kept it t:, ', : to fail. It bas seldom failed to restore htilth} aril it only took three malts
!; ( \<>A you may eat. No one di?- ( i'kjnr.J among others the tot' o>>
"And did : know how Milton I -ff in the most ersis "
you ever perfect health, even cure me.
; putei the ta'-t that some other 1i (:5t- but has not found them I
; l..raCot1.lllt'
acts partially! atllmpJj-h this result. Ku.-sle ;ot u tie the great fusty mane t I, T \ iiiMrv. tent aal aggravated case of wa ness. Ton mj Jflcara the same: r ._f M
. !., WIII;:" y The general assumption that' MissIiaM. nyder, of !o.535 Ber- auke\r f
Pep.n, for in-titicf! is found in the : t .3lissSnyirr.if '; : v
. '' (.l t. l) ki/e is taxi enough, if well handled gin: Street, Brooklyn, N. 1., has used ]
hea.thy stoma'-h. Wheo it is lackinz No: I never heard thet. : ; : a she trek t. Tceif.ris tViaeofCardui _.*:-
the patient takes; MHO and it helps l "It was! this way: J:::=?Jes when be8r v k: : ;' thire Is anything better it would \ and she sacs it fceW I L'raugbt ij the co=paai.a n.-.e t

. : him. Hut PPMJI di)
inous foridi. hale: mat and???. Mays "' ,ule! play II.;:Lt comedy, tsi ciaily theauhable \ 'i i '? ; Not ;: pr'-at deal of castration! U I done Snyder is. worth a great Woman deatL with.In.el.h is I bowel! r"; +,a.i.r 1I'1.1c1 airaa d' ::'
i IA there's; p'.ety: of r':p,ia and a lack: L -"f l an a a.ctlyoun I in If tag ._
: t-t1fleS a CID'e. oi t.lectual
.. you
part. lie Lad a serj dr' ft the.rj'Vgeince!: the liiajrty.: If not attainm>rt3: and she axupies
$ 3. .
cf the othr djz.tant:*. Then it
; way with him that took with L.s ". :4 'ti1:. of tie lambs produced are pure'rc.l the position c.f Treasurer of the Brooktn ell':inet ac aordsg to dra'.r.3.: ;
doesnor f>l. That sths trouble! with br t : .. J.
tsc other r-reparations. They don't iris;.&. and when they kcrntd Lt : of' -'. atd to a considerable extent wiii 1m Eat Eni Art Club This position u f a:1.i core Ii smp Ie. :: ".1: a,'

,' C'.r.'aa all th- ditant<:. KodolI :: w:... ,oins on the etace to do that u-:- *>*7rrJIZv. -. t I... ns"l purely for 1reediDpurposes.. marks her as a person; of intellect: : cola. cures luukly: a .l others tare. .; '

t, ) -['gpba I. Ciirrfr.nta.ris th -ra al:. It, !W!., trey; all agreed he w-.uW ruake .: G. EI.LXE.ritality. castratins: i Is done, it is previous tare and re .neuent and it peaks LirlV I '.."ause the disease Las ran .

dv'---! anv .""d rood y'I'J warit. You oU'ss of it. :So crt-at was the [iroui- 5': ...1"n : an operation f'rot' f d.g-kiLr Professor Kennedy advl of the respect ani trust her: fellow Reern !how Miss Scrlert-- ,
d' d! trou'.e. Not cheerful women Lava in her. She writes: .f Carlui and has Lsa/h.: 'I :.a ,
< Th of a
r. rnv: to -t. f-eling
; :- that he eeeurfd an et;;nrert-tnt in > very !;;efc! doekin; be delays for a d.;y
t. It i.J' I. however, "If would attention : aeiaes are of erel .\1 to-iay.:
fu v a". r ea ? immediately: a roaring farctand Mt about study- prp -'ire. wasalvisel ir two aft-r castration and tb.-::. it women pay more y
ffl.d.(1 .. K' t"> Lydia PirikliamS
i-'l : :
JJY :pl.iaC'ure. try
i::_ It. The truth Is that a goal deal! tlurirt! tiny sins of iuflainmat.
"I U--l K r <'fjr Ve .r > an-
and '../I'P",. i' dl't\ iu-12 on his su<-o-ss. He had married the tltA'i tas tendency to At .. n 5 '.
t : -f '>"j" ran alive Wa-li I did : ;; a remove fw
M .. ; so, fortunately WINE of CARDVI -fir T.. .
Mz't- rr r: .r r! r, 1\ I: D. tt l i::a:*"n. without a cent in the world a lovely, for me. k. ur.! a month had passed I the fever. i.a'\'\ ; ;

"I' i.. ,'j. '.,' I. .f..m form and f?:ilJyL c.rl.; and the question was hJto lit-... felt that iny p.-nerl health had iraprov.d. -
I n.!.. r. r -t' .. t.'. ,.ut" It"f4l .a.j i:..jt.tfpfeut; : weeks In practicing: the .; in three months more I was Dran find hnrt..
*-i c .r- c' -. L.) r.p "" y curedfc
T Mrs .'. '.\'. -,). rIl..l-rl.F' ::,.."t ludicrous features of hi- and eurei, and I have been in perfect When vre speak of shorts for sf"-'.

Kodol Dyspepsia Cure w i."r Le w<-nt oa the stage for his health slnoj. I di J not low aa engagecunt or r-<>utry feeding we mean that w L.i.. THE NEW GROCERY STORE.
miss meal
del'.ut kid done all that study could do : .. or a :s entitk'l to the name. We du. .t
i Your Vegetable Compound is certainly -
Cures all Stomach Troubles.
to make a hii. rurtheroi-jre count mean I ran that has been rervuLd: u, -- -- ----------
., wonderful. a. .well worthy theprai'e = <
P n F. C DEWr'rrlCea -' -
ro.p.,1 .iTtJ ate.
wire sat in a stave bus to encouragehim. ; make It finer, and especially!! would wi-
I. : .: -S-i ''::I.--!itilj; spin: I ; your a Imiria?friends who have
I been cured are ready to give you. I avoid it if we tou-ht that the cau- WILL MOYER

I:: DeWITT'S UUeb i raid SALVE "I was there. I had seen the pay! j: always speak highly of it. and you of the rejriadin;? was that the bra

t'f'JrfI1Dj when ItuircUrs came on I will admit:: ; I huve. gad reason to do had been wet "iur...! and caked up
: A certain .n : : j--s and :>Ua duties. expecte at the Fret funny buiintss! to 150.i "-:'>1&.;;. G. UKCCE Lan!>inr.: Mich. A few years aso a neighbor complaine Keeps a Complete, First-Class, Up-to-Date Stockof
i, tOQO forfeit alfjH tttt'toniat not .
if ; gtnuint
!!b Harzi.4 jttracy.Jotinhtjeppard: Fee the audience; ij.llt with laughter. ; The fullest counsel on this to us tlurt his cows were not ;;i ivit.g; Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries.No .
5. Kalil.. What was my iurpriw to see them sit as their usual amount of milk and w"'rt-
quiet as if at a funeral. Several of: us, [ subject can l>e secured without growing lean and some of'er" 30 W. Covernment St., Salisbury Block.
j cost by writing to 31rs I'inkham,
friends of the debutant pp'audfe: vociferously souring badly.! The ration he was fe-J-
| Lynn, 3Ia ,
hell.. l but tle movement didn't lag seemed to l-e ia the right proiNr-
entirely coaQdentiaU -
It '''DII lia;: 1\ and t.l.-a that silver extend beyond our little: : circle. Well, I tions and his ensilage was >;,uvJ. After

ml\.1 with the l..-il curial improved throughout the: whole play the: audience I ---- --- --- examining all else we asked to see the iCE AND WOOD.

the tour, but thin i1 In now rrusi i.I"rl'llln- maintained the same demeanor, and Cftnce thu-spetl and called! 'Rn'gglesr: shorts, which he fed quite liberay::
are.'t The .\I'tOIihtill:3Je! and at the end of the third act the poor for ten minutes. The manager begged We saw it, we smelled! of It. and then

SiJtr IVIl. two sin:ulnrly swwt bells wife could not control her tears any | hlu to make the best of a bad Job and we tasted of it. Although: it 100k..1 WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LARGER TRADE
nt St J'.hn'fi N.II! TfiCambridge, are !longer: so to avoid their effect on her j po before the curtain, bow and retire, and smelled all! rlcht, the taste was THIS SUMMER THAN EVEtt PEFC RESEND

I' k.'ilil ,.. hate a ui'xture of silver but husband she l left the tIater.VLE:!! i, after which an announcement would enough to reveal that it was as Stlll:1-

If trj- t:. in tort lliev liy t-oiupf- the curtain was run g; down, the house !' le made that the play would not proCtHd. any jiickle.! All the good qualities h.ulbten US YOUR ORDERS NCW.

t tsar .iutinritl! t<> \I.' the l'UU..e of their was half empty. \ tk-str-jed by o\erhwitir. whndamp.

J b'uut.f'i'orw.! ThU id-ai led l to then "What was the cause of the failurewe "Then came what I call Ruggles' penhis. and while the n>;:ndiiig had Thompson Olsen & Coke
r} .if ti- monk Tllf" !:<> eQnl'I'aiu! couldn't any cf us tea unless! it was He seized upon the success of failure reduced the caked lump, and taken ,

tL."r: aU'fI! I".HI b.V "lllrh'UlaI that Bullies Lad studied: all!! the naturalness I and turned It to splendid account. away the s"ur smell, it had not restored -
1 Street
, argil ..a-t ii: ti! e b.-l. In the iuon.isu-r>' out cf him and the fun was : Going before the curtain, without try ..e feedingaluo.; And of that it Telephone 7JT.
StnfC'ii 1'n.l if !nfnor metal where- fom-d. His! manager stuck by Lie tr.d j i in:? to overdo the matter he made what probably never had any more than -

In- \\ ;111'wlo; by tb clapKr and told him that Le would like to try him I he would have consd! >'red a speech full coarse bran awl the swevpinzs; of the ESTABLISHED 1S63.McKENZIEOBRINQ.

tIt:: d. IM th : nth century belle were in a serious part liuu'glt-s; jumped at cf sorrow for his failure.: Retiring mill that might have been added to It.- ---.---

,t fll.o\!.' i-i I-ra',. of iron. They have the chance and undertook: a pathetic: I amid deafening applause: he resolvedto American Cultivator.:

!I.... -i .-i>t in ," 1.1.! and the tone has character a man who had run down II let the rest of his part go as farcical, & CO.,

1. -, f ..i 1 nl : y etjual lu tiin-ix-ss to into: shabby gentility! and endeavoredto COl.t:aue to act naturally only occasionally a a1ALiae: 1- 5!

I, of tii I* : .'-tnl.I but, having les* provide HviLS f( r Lls fatally. The I intenyifyins: his emotions and When Other Medicines Have Failed!

.11r.I"'I.:1- ,i,iiHfiit in li-rigtb, and tuanaiar:: told him simply to l learn his i play it out to the end. The resut war Take Foiey's Kidney Cure. It Las Ship Chandlery and General Hardware

thi k ?' .>s (M- ,<; have horn made which lanes and trust. to his; mood at the time that he was called! before tbe curtain cured when everything else has dis ,

.-1\<. a )I.. Mitiful SUUIM], but are too brit- fur the pathos. I' after: every net and at the close received appointed. Sold by \V. A. D'Alea- 80S AND 605 3. PALAltlX srHEl"I.A.GEN'CY .

M I,. '" ',>: withstand! the strokes of the "We were all very fond cf Buggies a novation. berte 121 South Palafox strtH.CA.STOR.A. _
i c 1'I..r: G''ntl'inau'it :Magazine.vf ; and turned out In a body to encourage I "That's the way Boggles; got to be a --

him In this second and probably last funny man. Before he left the theaterhe REVERE COPPER COMPANY. JOHN A. F.OEBLINO'9 KNH CO.'H

;(. I hf ln. .nliir of she Match.'lh attempt to earn a living ty acting for had signed for an engagement at 3.ars the Ha.e A 'd'l"( GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE A, RC.-ir-EL A bON'S Pt'3IPr.

tir>t mat" h wan the pr'"lutt of his little wife, whom we loved as much ?2 ju a week. A playwright; sat up all] S Da'1l1f' afi : Sum Isr sis bits! Oil:, liBtict! iBiirgaiiti, Chris litiin, kiln! .

\ for lnjr''i.uify of John 1'reili-rlck Korntrer as we loved her husband. I nlrl.t recasting the play to make: it
, "I"! rurlj in the uifi'-tc-enth cent "The evening came round, and we really comic! and it ran for 225: nights. -- ----
tury wa< imj.ris<,ii.ij in the eniten- had drummed up a very good Louse. I liu''ples always had his plays written Seasonable householdand C. McKenzie. 0'3rtin6 Collecting Agent for Bar Piiot Beueroieht Aaiociation.

tl.iry :It 1I1llt'lialJl..r| ;;. in l; -rruany. He The star cau.e on la the middle of the tII'r's ly for him! ; always drew bgi !

In+ .-ra.l ihe! uiifr| match while in his fist act. lIe was dressed in a threadbare i houses and made a fortune. kitchen utensils at the

vlo l na.1'I|.,ti,:K u. Tin-! f;
forbade tti<' luanufacture of countenance. :-;(JUHLJ'the effect, la- !j th.uhtful.that! tLe best, both in Laundry

luutrd. on tuft product of public olicy, stead cf being lugubrious, was ludlrrous. I lays and their actors is spontaneous. ,

U..'au...' wfnieblMr!! .-n playing with I cast my eye on the audience Hard study may sometimes do it, but If you want a nice present to giveto

llini !had cauwl a ire. KOIIKTCT was and saw an incipient smile. It wassuppressed. I i, never with tLe bountiful success of a a friend line, go of and suitable look through article; theelegant at Biggest, Busiest, Best:

rulnwl Iy.h.n".**'' cum petition when LOWIH'r.II, Uuggles began gift! of nature. J. I. Stephens, you surely can find

ue eras nliad from iinviu anl f dieda to speak his lines, when It broad- ASA BROWN {tALLETT.A ., something to please you. If you

imujM-r. l"p to l"" i'j the Vicuna man- eit-d and at the frH lilt of pathos want anything in the Diamond line

nf"tur.rn t, mol!!...l the match busy broke Into broad Uiuzhter.: ts Immediately be sure to see him before you buy. c An Evening: Call 011

iii of the eutlrworld.. >,*- i "I never shall fort! the expression Colds] are sometimes more trouble- Your Swell FrieiuK

on poor hugles': :: : face. For a moment I I iiI rut: in summer than in winter it's The man who own* his own home "

I'roni pent I.If". In- was really man of trouble, and the so hard to keep from adding to them Insures Limelf again-t lots of ''U you wi'l find will be warmly received -
Teaeher r.\ II <-',iuiiiunic-ati corrupt audienceiiiited! duwn into serious- while cooling off after exercise. One trouble and worry. Nobody can

yuu understand what that means? iii.d, went on with his part Tor awhile Absolutely safe. Acts immediately. terrors for him. It's ea.y to own 1 rT t' f+ dr< --ed and your linen irreproach!'

Johnny-1's-'att. For instance, p I\ got ; hi' did: very wi-11.l but soon forgetting Sure cure for coughs, colds, croup. a home nowadayTllOS., C. r i able. A woman of refinement
threat basin troubles. & Co. can tell how ; e
a c"wwuaJo-:1t"1I1 fntin ma's dreesuak- thi- hlotf! had n-ceivwl at exciting j and Hargis' Watson you
Call and gee them. always sraujee: a man's: well bred mtmcti -
PI at John Sheppard and Sidney ea v it is. (
iiii.rulnu that made him macy. _
er thin swear.- iau;hti-r instead of tears he rename l __
: Ka .r.. = by the condition of his linen
I'bila.l-li'l.ia' ln'''". his natural s-if; once nionand at the c
I ; < and he jroes into her presence ar-
nest n-ounriiit1< cf a cl.niax!: in puthos. I .
I'rrl HmiliKler.Little cnIt so ludicrously that tit t only! the, :. There's lots of money to be made LODGE DIRECTORYKNIGHTS ,f r --a -. inured with beauty when his shirt!

itk rile: bad been taught not to auliil'nut this time his circle cf In real e-tate-Iot of it. A real estate tf ; : collars and culls have been done u;
i sign i;! usually a fins-er-board to '
ak fur at nt monls. One day frig nd*. burst into laushtpr. The tree: :: i wealth. Thos. C. Watson & OF PYTHIAb 'a"t-: at the Star Laundry.

poor IW'tt i.: had l bn forgotten, when wile so distressing! upon the actor that. Co.. the leading Keal Estate firm

be patlw-t'caKy! : in iulro l. "1)lJ little boys he l left the Hai: :"-. In going out h,: turns t i.uve some oilers which it would Penwicola Lodge, No. 3. K. of 1".,

I3tt to li.'a\ '-!! s wH-ti! tty ure starved Hi tout a look cf npruach at the auilific" -. be worth your while to con?ider. Go meets every Monday: ev LIng ALL WORK C. 0. D. Gsofis Ui 1 for rdfr Delnerei Free,

t0 d..tll "-I..n.I:." Tit n,,. had he bun trying to mimic! : and see them to-day, and don't wait at >1"J at Castle Hal
I la the Kloant -- Watso- TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN
the esprt'hsiuu! rf a emu.-hcil tragc-diaii till to-uiorrow. handing third noor.vl.anil ST.

The L'ratsl.grr! : rises t.) remark thatet4T : li*' c"uil! not Ime dune it. His naturulexpression 1 h brethren cordlall
) mutt nod liiniM'lt in a bole sour gave it pcrfe'tly.: liverypirx.n [ Marston $ Quinn are sole M CAMPBILL Manager.TIME .
or ljt r.- rUilidvliii.i! | | Jlecur in t.u; tht-.iti (;L. atP4. Th H. UORBLIK. C ,
celebrated K. R. 4 H.
-'--- -- > dew. agents for
'urlam4' !
( ru: :; lni'.ih' auFoiey's TABLE.

This V.ill Interest Man. Odorless refrigerators,

'lit quickly mtroJur B. ]:. B. Kidney Curt, absolutely guaranteed or aurelsAgain LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILRO D.

liotanic Hi....d I'ljlii'. tho i.iinoii- mikes kidceys and blidder riwEt. 1 money refunded.DEPARTMENT. Si IS EFhECT DECEMBER 1, llwl'r \

Southern W..'.d cur, into nw New Orleans aDd Mobile.
--- -- --- -- --- -- -
h"ine, we will -eud. absolutely. : fre. aim A t-Jodar --
I to So.e. :000... No.i. o I. Sn I \0.5.
J0.('" trial treatuii-nt Kutuii c LAW 1.15 a 12Im! 11.1.L p Leave PPDncola .....Arrlvf. .'", a t .a' P i.OO P
IUlIod r.ilm 1!. 11.Ii.i quickly cure 1j'J, a 3: 1 p 10:1 a L"ave_ l'llmaton Leave II sits! a :.31 p TS\j p
-LW.NARPER 11:0" 4T.! p 2.M. Leave ._ Moblll Lean 1:3'n't 1.:5 n t.v. p
..M ulc -r-. *i-r.fuU. Hvzenu, itchit-g -OFJohn .... .. $::e.p 7:3Ja 1. a\'P-=Sew_ firUan9. Leave_ s:'''p 7f !___....:...:::::..
akin and blood humor, cancer: eating KENTUCKY North.
fe+t lfriu; ore+, h.II..,clrLullcle", B. Stetson UniversityDo '

pu ple.. or olletl=ice prii|>tion. *. pains WHISKEY
No. 2. So 4. No. 1 So. I.
in !bone ...T joint*, rheum iti-m. catarrh Laud, Florida. u/, ) pm 12:13 p m i Leave .... Penucola Arrive 4:00 pm a I)' a as
or blood nr -kin tnublp. e5 Ii m 8:51 pm'' Arflve... Montgomery _leave 11:15 a m 135 pas
nllY JOHN I'. FOUHK.V 1'!.. D., i'fP..len'I.BEnT .J. FAItliAH Dean .. .
LU B., .leave
1l:5 a m 5is' pm Btrmaagbam e.:13 a m su6 p as
Balm < B. Jt. I! ItcaUire e .
IJotanic liltuul 'fijl'lHalt:. 1:05pm 3IOa m Arrlvll..... a'bVllle..Lene ._. .. ..
every >< or pimplrt. make* thupure Tall Term ( oininiiucsY. bind and rich and 'top- all TWO EAR-1 t.Ot'lt9ETiIlan 1 I 1: l/am U:5IIam Arflve. .l'IDclnnatl..LnVl! 8IJpm 11:15 pas
Department of John II.
aches und paiiH. Botanic Blood too-q..arJ cour.e. Icadin.-to t.,- U"zri-t- of LL B UDI'enltll1l'ela 71I a m 1Y pm' .rrlv". Ht Loall ..Luve 4:15 p m 11\11 p m

Balm < 1 B. H. H. thoroughly tested. t..tln UKUKEK t niverslty AliMIlrt admits lu to THK the Kar BAR-TbrdlpiontaoftheLawDepartmentofJohnB' Son ty DaMteissEr Bros. PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.

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No. I-DailY No. I-DaU No stop lime not Ibo.n No. l-Jalll 'io. t-Dally
practice, aad has cured thoa-andsoi sired iaformtioureiardDzt!! Law I'cp"rtment.a3drei9ALBERT I

case given up a. hopples*. Sold atdruif : J. FAKKAH. Dean of Law Department, U:55 pm T:0)( a m iVlI\"e, ,, n Pensacola.. _Arrlve1 10:50 pas 8U pm
storef 1 per large .bottle. For De Land, Fla. IIDNEY DISEASES 12:15 nlgbt r:13" n. 'b"ma, .. 10:117" 8:011"
1+.:.) Tale ... \'nlenra.. ...... 1084" 8:01"
free treatment write to Bl.wJ Baliu i __ __ 12it u 7." .........Escambla. ..._. 10ti" 1:57"U.
Co., Atlanta, tta. Medicine *ent aonce I a I .:\.'\ r5": .. _. ..-. Mulct ..... __ l0tS": Ii: '
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prepaid.advive Botanic: : Tulane University of Louisiana. it* the mead fatal of r tfl 12's) r.M"' ".. ......___atCity...... 10:15" 17"
medical given
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entire system., t't111 Courses In Languaes.S.tenceaEnglneerlag.! Law, Medicine. Pharmacy Art. ':1; 5:44 _....._ Argyle II r:" II t.lll'
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I Tulane makes leaders In all vocations. Its facilities for Instruction are I ., "
unsurpassed 1 K.'I" 10: __BonUay... II 5:55 1'21"
, Pocket cutlery and scis. In In the tbesoutb..'ademledepartment Etghty-sixInstructors open to Louisiana and I lstudent.lastsession.boys. Expenses of scholarship Many scholarkhlpi student I Mot phjnlclAni u the fat loll IKlwy { 8 8::(!))) "" 1l 10:41"!J1" .... ___._.._.CottondateIH. (;blpley __. 8:81"" Uf 1s! 5001Tpio

sors from the finest to the,' 1173 for session. Board and lodging In dormitories at low rates. Opportunities affordedacademic and BUdtbr trouWu. 11:1" .....rarlanna 8") 11:14'
student4forselbbeip. tbe Academic College) boy, If properly prepared i, 7:40 11:4.5 II ...._ CprfOU_ 111'1 II 11:..'\ a Ill
i i for college work will be turned from ,
inability to
at the Willis, pay taitlon. >ext sessloa be 1:41) II 11:5 11:1
cheapest Grand 583 :
; ginsOeiouer Send for Catalogue. nJCI .. ... 112I Ridge.-
r.51.1 to 11:05 noon __ Hneada 1II" 1:5oJ..
Hardware Co. | Address R. K. BBCFF. Secretary. I i w A. D'ALEMBERTE. I 8:15 lLS ArrtveRverlacotloaLeave 6:1a", 1Ji( ; )

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I Tie SPORTING WORLD I ,Advice to the Aged.Age o a member of the executive committee I :

i until his successor shall be chosen in
Infirmities such
brings u (tag the .!
College Strong :Men fish bowels, wcc!; kidneys and bladder year 1904. ; ,I
I Itl and TORPID LIVER.Ms 'I Qualifications of Voters.
Harvard's strong men are champions I
i Those and only those persons shall ,
f of the college wend, and In gaining the 'I be
permitted to become candidates before -
r title they established a new .reccrd.I I I or to 1
vote at or participate (4t
When the Columbia men's combined I I sPills'Iln the management of this primary iai "

b 1 total of points were made known last election who are white democratic electors .

week. it was thought that they would I duly registered for the electionin

retain the championship! won last year have a specific effect on these organs, the year liXX( or on the 12,13 and !t
u I stimulating the bowels causing them 14th days of June 1902 who declare
to perform their natural functions as their adherence to the principles and for Infants and Children.The ;

.MAC In youth and I f II organization of the democratic party.
Kind You Have Always Bought ha borne the signature
IMPARTING VIGOR -. I national state and county, who if

to the kidneys, bladder and LIVER. I they voted at the regular election of Cha. 11. Fletcher, and has been made under his j

STORK I They are adapted to old And young. held next preceding such primary personal supervision for over SO ,'ars. Allow no ono

election then voted the democratic and 3
-- -- ---- to flt''t'h'cnil in thN. Counterfeits, .
TIME ] ticket national state and ; ,
"Just-as-good"; are but Experiments and endanger;
county who are by the lawsof a term of 1 THE PRIMARY the state lawful electors of health of Children-Experience against Experiment.

:s thought | the election district in whicu they rlh

-' ,tpation.I'.In of rain offer to vote, who have paid their poll The Kind You HaveTAlways Bought i
taxes legally due not less than ten
: hiiil'iirth, ELECTION GALL Bears the Signature of
days before such primary election is
i': a nencs,
held and who shall when challengedby :
: --- any elector pledge in writing upon i

oath before an Inspector his honor to

MOTHER'SFRIEND' A primary election of the democratic abide by and support the result of such 4q ,

primary and vote for the nominees
I party will be held in Escambia county dIn t '
: Florida on the lath day of July A. D. j
The inspectors to conduct this election
1 the! I
'. th its a1 pain
I -.I'' ..... .... ....... .... I
:'tl'v, sweet disposition I candidates for the following offices: tee at a meeting to be held at the r.Ytaa t0. 11 Muumav FEW t0. I

into the world. I AUTH m irxa, CIt AMPIOCOLLEGE SAMSON One United States Senator. office of Judge T. R. McCullagh, at -t- -a"""'""
',r.e-'S, sore breasts and esc I but a surprise was sprung by the Cam One Representative In Congress 3rd i 7:30 p. m., June 24! 1902. This cco- -- ------- -- '

'.e .w-etl by the RTadualll i Iriol.itt's. for their total exceeded till'f'W District. mittee will meet at Judge McCullagh's REMOVAL NOTICE.Dr. < ;
.ns, are relieved by this One Justice of the Supreme Court. office at 8 o'clock, Saturday irGOO frs.
'. relaxing liniment. I, Yoikm ly nearly 2aa( i jioints.Harvard's : One Secretary of State. l night, July 19, 1902, for the purpose of Awarded at Paris \ --- I!

mifold alls to childbirth I, total Is ." 74.4H9.1 points! I One Comptroller.Two II canvassing the vote and announcingthe G. H. Tuttle, f :

H rh r' riendhasjjrouninpopularitj against Columbia ;_)..G3J.I.rthur Railroad Commissioners.One result of said election and the InI N

; txe: among rich women I Tyns. the sophomore amocJl1. \led th"1 State Senator 2nd District. i I spectors will have then and there the Dr. J. G. Heard,

t is f..unlan.1 welcomed I Harvard team with :!,3'I.S point. I Two Members of the House of Rep ;I returns of said election; if they have @111 I t'I 1

I- wen as in the cabin. a-hii-h U the world's rocord. IlIci, .. i- resentatives.One I not been already forwarded to the DENTISTS.

.' n:,"tll r's acony of mind Tax Assessor.One chairman of this committee. l ( i
tally: it inli'ht be .remarked. that ll..rard' I I
i'.u a beautiful influence : Tax Collector.One C. B. PARKHILL: Ilmnns T and O, \la'oni. T.mpll'. ; 1 I
\ < total beat last year's: : record bj I
'' iihild. and instead olt I WINE CORDIALHighest I
:i- DAN: MURPHY. Chairman.
'' County Treasurer. All branches if urRionl. Operative and
'I.ltI points. : ]
'. d 1 and sickly forms yoihiiis. Five County Commissioners.Three Secretary.: I recommendations for curt ol Poorness !>I'banil'RII'l'nllOlry performed with technical j
: .;buns: :, t\".retiiIl' : I Board of Blood. Stomach troubles and General DctGi'f o skill.special .
Iti>" liiK at AVi-..| Point. Members of the County Increases the ipreiiie, strengthens I .
and its\ ,
1"ni\ (( un try. i I altrntion given In {'htldren'dT'rth
of Public Instruction.One the aeries and Guilds up the entire )btem.
lint'.1'rinn1atLw. : Annapulis cadets want to see rowing;; ..t.old ana 1'orcfliiiii HIIino, 1'iown
'. Justice of the Peace for District INSPECTORS AND CLERKS. .
t( I .k "Motherhood" takt-n up! at AVes-t I'oiiit; i 33 run Hi-omit I and bridgeVurk
'f.' REGULATOR CO.. : Ganlmpnrtant No. One.lOne PARIS
1. : .
hest Matennl. E.utpnnat.Telephone
The middies! feel that an annual regttt oiupetcnt
I Constable for Districts Nos.: 1, K. t'otitirra .( Co.term I
; between the Institution will: in I I The following\ named p> rsons han -. \J.t < St!. ITS

((nnnlliy.i tune eijual the national \'T\.t of the i i 3,1,5,6.One Chairman of the County Executive bun appointed by the [J'm'll'rat'1'1 I
.. I: Executive Commt'tt-v tit Estambfacounty
w .th that linn along fiMitlmll struggle: which yearly excites Committee.One .

.l-..h'I'IIIII'lIt otlifials! and tears the Secretary of the County Executive to conduct the primarylec I
tion of 13: :102., in their r"spec'tin'
I a.,1 l Ih.- iiiitti with till b'arloll'ills:; of the repreventathes of Committee.One ; July !

'. 11 f ('mmlt'lla 11('(*. the army and navy. no Matter in what member of the county executive ; State precincts and County under Democratic tin rules Executive tit the- 1 WING HOP r & GO.Irntortrrr

Iti ''' I Committee in and for Precincts: Nos.
|' (iII i tjujrier of the globe they may Vie following Committees and the instructions
Th> >tiny Capsules ire norl
!.'>f'.''. I their duties. one to twenty inclusive. ; that will be furnished them s sus .

\'''"r official title?' j There is a strong; feeling at Annnpo i i The State Executive Committee has i Precinct No. 1.-0. C. Clifford Jno to Puisaro atCTX Capaiba. and l>ealirtin! -

ny ntuVlnl title.! It's like: Is in facer of Mieh a c>uiiH>titii>n. Tin I prescribed the rules and regulations I M. Rich.Sr.. ., inspectors;; R. L. Hob >IH+ sad Injeteas 8'1
.. 1 of the primary for state officers in I 11.T 111'P iIl48 h nlrsthe Chinese and Japanese I
i>r"i>riU'r wants some- middies areenth'tsisisticoxer: the show erts, clerk.Precinet
cluding the State Senator and members .a'(,e bsegws '!
Xo. 2.-Frank Marx Ash lytnl 'T"1
tells the thet.kketiNT first and second in
.1 cUl-hit'r'inol 0 tit;' of the eights House of Representatives,
of the John Davenport ,s,.t_ a em 11 etc "I ORIJGGlcn Fancy Goods !
:.. unit the the reee'tt races with I'enhsvlvania and the County Executive Committee Cravey, inspectors; I

!.-'k the n"sMant book 0 and will leave, no !stone' unturned to at a meeting held in the office of clerk.Precinct Xo. 3.-C. II. P.oyett.V.. J FINE CHINA TEAS, ;

tlio! n&Mstant! Imolikeepei brio!? West Point to their way olthinkiii : County Judge McCullagh on the 26th
I Wilkins, inspectors; C. II. Kupfrian. 31 South Palafox St.
\ U-t cl.-rk. and the chief !;. day of May, 1902; provided rules and

!. .. I i i Coarh James II. Ten Kycls: !:, who !" regulations as follows, in accordance.. clerk.PrE'nct0.\ : 4.-S. P. Hendrix, Mark } Every Woman Laundry. .Office. Pensacola, Fl.i.NOT1CK. .
"' i with the platform and regulations ol I ehooldlnow ---- -- -- ----
\ .ttl".n': o lin-p.iiin;: thj naval crews this yearfivU : Ii wl.rrel,1l
| Hurd, Jr., inspectors; John Langren at.'UI 1I't 01I1I.rrulmRHL .
for the i 1 IV a1,, !"
1 J the State Executive Committee '
1 I avon't nnylHidy to tell so I that West Point has abundant o clerk.

:." aid do It.! ".:.Washington I' facilities for the development! of aer nomination of candidates for Tax As.: I I'rE'cinct0.: :3.-.\. J. Bnsbee.V.. B t i :t it'rIWW.ETONhId.r hiding. Spray"J.t I have been authorized to takesubscriptions
I sessor Tax Collector County Treasurer thou unit N'vnen. Rrel-sot. for Wm. J pnningsBryan'lJ
I ('w. Situated o'i the banks!' of tinHiiiNon Weaver, inspectors; II. F. Rater tar -Hoer (',arcrnlrrl
County Commissioners School I .. ..... "The Commoner.The .
l 1..I.'r' v (I. I..U, paper,
with athletic spirit intense i In "
lu lht> Mn.lo Ituuut.t I: all ranches of spurt, ir would\ not b<. Board and Members of the Executivccommittee 'e Precinct'n. Xo. C.-T. J. Davidson.C A,. ,....."..1.1 fu.h.IT price is $1.00 per year in ad-

'...i .nM ,' to I.e l a : Hobbs D.1. Bonifay IM ""nnl'l.. IU'l'J....! the ? vance. Those desiring the paler
>: sty hu very lung inforeVt I'oint {mid pnMltiii i: for inspectors; 'R' .''' .1.1110
'I The names of the I cthrrhutrrndetmnpforf. 't, cau have it sent' to them by seeding
..I II." said Mrs. OKlcastle ahow + a crew that! would l be a credit to thaI these different county offices and members clerk. histrutrl., II".a tI.OOto the undersigned. .
1 I Precinct :Xo. 7.-John Hammock. J lull ium.nlara: and'dn.-t".".in-
i-uTy institute. of the Executive Committtee must I IauaLlrtpl.dir4' VI 'HI 11((t., II. tit. ROCHE.Care .
.. I lIe nrnniztil In tin \V. Norris, inspectors; Ed. Campbell, y
to be printed upon the official ballot to be Daily News
Room :tc Tlmes N'ew fork
n-i"- rnutnf her new I Ioull.h Turf Hanillrnp.AV. used in said primary election July 13; ,,
Precinct Xo. S.-Gt'o. Gibson. Bud
C. Whitney Is the unly: America ,9(1'( :'. and no Uank Iin.c will be left

,.0"u,a's* rppntil. "J 0t :,. turruian racing Uioryuyhbreds! in nnsj. on said ballots, and no voter will be' clerk.Prcctor, inspectors; Taylor CrabUee THE GARDEN SECTION

:.,.'I\I'II.t men lr land who acet-ptfd the wcizhts: as- allowed to vote for or write the nam I
Precinct Xo. 9.-P. R. McXeill. A. J
.i iieil his horses in the big of candidate on the said ballot
Itst" tn. it'n"i woml'r. :: sprin; any '
( \\ T. Dick clerk.
'owart. inspectors; o-C>F-o
.' tin-: unu-tu-in' be duos li.tid.i-aps.: i: All the t\lI'rs-.Twll's\ It. unless the name of the candidate be : Precinct Xo. 10.-C. J. Ward, R. Ed

':" i ..' I': .''! the first! year tlr Ni :.i.i.l: 1'. P. Kerne.Y.. K. Yanderbiliiid printed Each on said ballot.desiring to have his I I dings:; inspectors; B. 11. Bryars clerk. IFensacola Florida

I'd' .u d) me :sot married: r"j \ !:hard Croki r-were dis>atitei t person Precinct Xo. 11.E.. B. Lee, L .
name printed on the primary election I
'..-,.n M.rry the children wasn' \. :'li the weights: allotted! some of their! Minims, inspectors; J. B. Stewait. --- --- .

.."', .il.f limn they are, but I /:111'1", I h'l! .. s :and canceled ,''ensaKtmeutsTin ballot as offices a candidate and executive for the commit above :0 clerk. Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.

f '.- .irti-rtiM*. I just have to !('oM .- Kvenes declared IItp:11ii'\: lIu.l ]:!county tee shall file with the chairman of this I Precinct Xo. 12: .-J. L. Scholls. J. G

,. fn;. in keep<< at it"-Chica;.' \i iid.iy J 1. out of the Lincolu'lnff. executive committee on or before Oliver\ inspectors; E. D. Beggs, clerk.Precinct .
county Beautiful Lots for Sale.
Xo. 13.-J. r. White Sr..
Ii It'1. l is;;!u'e II. out i,if the Queen's! I'riz the noon hour 12 m., on the 24th I
A. A. Fisher J. Emmett
-- : ana Kunnin? I'rl'.:m. Noonday and day of June A. D. 1002 his notice of ;

Put I.. It.I1lsiIs.. K: '.irartre, ; out
I .1 XVI.. howbeit your;. ; In the latter race Mr. Vanderbilt to have his name so printed upon a'':' Dave Kugleman, inspectors; R. C. ing to location and surroundings.

t ,'" ,'.1,181 sidr.l i withdrew Ontario II., a Derby candl. blank to be furnished by said chairman Caldwell clerk.

l ''Lout :" t'xdIlmt..j till i date. Mr. Croker refused to accept the accompanied assessed by with the committee a sum as ofmoney ( Precinct Xo. 13.: -M. P. Palm, Exceptionally RNeiglcborhood, Beautiful View,

i 1IiU"nt.tay; I weights for American Ioy and ftaul follows, Mansfield :Moreno inspectors; F.1 High, Dry Fertile Lands.

\ if'" asked the amiable l ; l I"'iie and delareil Ixith ont : \\"hitinel'k., \ .
I | Each Candidate for Tax Collec- Precinct Xo. 1C.-J. G Howard C. --- -- ----

..... sirrr' faltt'rt the obl II I \\tipn He rri>"Iiidn't i t I. tor . . . . . .$100.00 Flowfrs, inspectors; J. W. King: The grandest opportunity for investment ever
I you feel! tlustertd when he Each Candidate for Tax Assessor clerk.
l .. cffered in Pensacola.
btu! with
ulng! JT'at"n"9 prolnrstd7" . . . . . .. ;;;.00 Prf'clnd0.: 17.-K. A. Kuhen J. A.
i I I ''f 'ear, je*. I felt ns if I had Btepi>
i off a trolley \backward:"-Puck.Onr Treasurer . . . . 75.00Each ; Precinct Xo. 18.-John Gibson II. T. Dome Seekers Should See These Lots
-- ---
the System. I : Candidate for County come Enterkin, inspectors; J. M. Harrison

Who Gain I j missioner . . . . 10.00 clerk.
the o\\fU that the A. V.ClubbsCorner
I nf Impurities. Con i "Po yon think anything: is ever really; Each Candidate for School I i I Precinct :Xo. 19.-W. II. TrimmerS. .
Board . . . . . 10.00
1 h'.se poisons in the gained IIr litigation! ?' :, ''I Terry, Jr., inspectors; F. }1. Wood,
Each Candidate Justice of Peace 5.00
clerk. Garden and Alcaniz Streets.
1 headache dullness Indeed. The
"Oh. yes. lawjtr gains,
Each Candidate for Constable. 5.00 Prfcin.t0.. 20.-G. W. McCunly.
.I at first, then un diM-cu't lIe"t"-ltic'n2o Post."I I I
I.- and) finally serious I I Candidate for members of the Exe'l Daniel Bowman inspectors; ]'. M

.1 remedy is applied. i I I I''cutive Committee are not required to''I Mayo, clerk. F. 0. BREST WM, H KNUWLKM, W. K. HYKE, JR., J. H, KEKHK.
using a box of Chamberlain s i assessment. President. Vice-Prebid, .
Early Misers prevent am pay any ( n. PARKHILL, (aebler Au't Caahldr
stimulating the liviiiv Stomach and Liver Tablets and fin.I I As soon after June 24 as possible ah DAN MURPHY, Chairman.

; them the best thing for my stoma I list of all candidates for above-named Secretary. 23jtf
healthy action of
I ever IISr>tI." says T.Y.. Robinson. positions will be printed in the newspapers .
I' little do
M pills not First National Bank
Justice of the Peace Loomis Micr, ; and the chairman of the committee .I
but by strengthening POLLING BOOTHS
These tablets not only correct oils.- will give a receipt for each i
L iMi! them to perform: .
h X\tr gripe or dis o orders of the stomach but regulatthe p notice of candidacy received, and if I
liver and houels. They are easy' 24th of June
after day any person I
e \" !Kahu.ullcuac'y. John Shfp' to take and pleasant in effect. PrioIT. e claims that his: name has been left.I are the polling booth designated OF PENSACOLA. FLA.1DIRIHOTOIttta1 .

I c. nts per bov. For sale by all!I I off of the list of candidates published I I for the primary of July 13: :

... : druggists i and medicine dealers. his claim will be rejected unless he : Precinct 1-Xix.: School house.

'in s'tll.fnctory. holds a receipt for same trom the .I Precinct Kupfrian! Kupfrian WM. H. ENOWLEB, W. A. BLOUNT F. C. BRENT .V. K. HYER. JE
i think of ray nw shirt \
Medical Society, Attention. chairman Park. D. G. BRENT,
.iskfd Arabell If a larger number of candidates I Pr.inctJ-: School House .srTi
tlmm! in it 1 likes 'ry I There will be a regular meeting 01 I fefiall: be announced than were contemplated -I Precinct 4-Ferry Pass, Roberts .

lart-iKv, after a Grit ;he Pensacola Medical Society 1\1, when the above assessment was : Old Place. r l D mnU BZ A nl &d d S I 1L :
: he Board of Health off re at made. the committee can, if they see : Precinct 5-n.>aulah, School house o U : n 1 u

'clock p.m. Tuesday July S and :Ki?. down the said: assess- 6-1'owelton .
.. \Vuatisitr i fit to do so, cut I Precinct CantonmentPrecinct
"r.'.iiru ChronicleTi1.iliri .'- Visiting! physicians are cordially; ment. Thex>ters of the entire county -I 7-Pine Barren Beef Mar

,o nrited to .attend will vote on the above-named coun- ket. ttrWe draw our own Bills of Exchange on Great Britain Ireland
-- officers, including the chairman and Precinct S.-Crabtree, Jennings'sstore Austria Holland
President! Germany, France Italy Spain, Belgium Rasuia NW
I of the executive committee railroad.
I Mrnr Him .n> It. o OR. L. DEM. HI.OCKEK. secretary i way. Hwe ten, Denmark and other European countries.! .
.! .. except the justice of the peace anllconstaLl.s. : Precinct 9.-Bluff Springs the usual
\i -Say, pop 'p.I"\ n25ttf Secretary. -- -- -
,izfit uu; would you and the candidates for a I place. ''Veaaete Disbursed upon tho Moat Favorable: Terms, and thai I 1-

-t 1 her bark county office who shall receive a majority i Precinct 10-Wanlt Holland Wards Obligations Taken Payable at Port of )eetiratlnu Ten or Fifteen Daji I
of all the votes cast for that blacksmith shop. i After Vessel Arrives there.CVSafety j
'. ". i' they had her for a The Beer office shall be declared the nominee i! Precinct 11-Walnut Hill, school -- .

1 1.,1 1 pay me to take her of the democratic party for that office. .. house. I Deposit Boxes for Bent in Connection '

I'i'irhal. In the event a candidate does not re- Precinct! 12-City, Intendenria and
with which we have a Priwii .Apartment for tbaUia
.. ,
-- That Made reue a majority of the totes cast, another Alcaniz.
: ). I If Ritntsarq.WE .
:. *.iys Keeps It Handy. primary election will be held on Precinct 13: -City, Garden and Pala-

the 12th day of august 190:. to choose fox.
-uffHe'l a lone tim I between the two candidates receivingthe I i Precinct 11-Pat McIIueh's store Rr

-ininiarilv pains and to iiulmi central: s, ANNH I ISSR r TAMV OISVICTORIA U I highest voters vote of in the the county July at primary.The large. I mana Precinct and 1lalonf'Y's Palafox.: store Ir.t'-n-' WILL FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE!

\ Spalding, V-'rena.. !shall vote for the chairman and See- I deneia and DeVilliers.
< ago I 0< t h. i tn mi t"wisy for onr tanituin -
n-tary of the executive committee and ; Precinct usual ... Ii ueratauu<*a o READ TilE 1iTTEIUi at our. and the voters of each precinct shall vote I place. and irt. vliat tMtttifi tor .' ,prb fr.ID..r. fitr,rt ....
we site *
"( sets nt>"-Matr! I U. ..,,, ......ipI I* Wf fill JOE
tor a member of the executive commit'pe Precinct! 1-Brent's, Spoon blacksmith I oar "sra. : oro..a, r aoh.-
.* Hits, 1'.-nutrk In I; thaI put MM f a I iI > ap .at. 1
his and the candidate :; .; Jfl / rw
from precinct shop.Precinct i or l iMI f J>rt 11 !! iCO'
i I'Ticts. as Mi hasI for the executive committee receiving -i 1 S-\IcDa\'id. thr usual : u i ..uf..omeijf i..hW.i, .
I Id" .' handy Do not MADE HY ACME BREWING CO. the highest vote cast shall be place. '..n.WN.-..I....."'",II'.I"II.'*'r., hi" ',.k-t..... I:..I./I 11' 1'505.k 11'10..1.$ I
','ft K vniptom:. Precinct 19MorinoVard's! "-tor, ltu"it wrnih-siiy! .( l.ip of c- .
your st '(oath is iiFsr: lo-CKXT uoTii.B niii: 'I I ... '.o' a &II.l'l..... 1tI.l..rr *rt...1> '. a.pK
Precinct :!Flomaton. CenturyCut .., _
''i, .. l r 'at a r-'>tifu f will !! .
] > It"o.Ko.lo\ IN TOWN.DA.NNHEIS8ER Bronchitis For Twenty Years. if tlntnlln.nir.:! 'ji 'v li .

'i and htunsthtn Smith of Danville this out and take it to an.. lam..yma'Ip-.4Y>:BiiomuT- ... .....1 IKIW I" /, R Mrtiioi.'?, n(. ,n. >... t.'i.. -. ;' 6;
-' !'i \oiir tood It BROS Mrs Minerva .LM.p.uv.. olPr.. _. I. "o. v. M ". .. 1E.-- a.1 j
1J1.Hit"S: "1 had hiota'hitis foi ding store or medicine deal-'r an-i g>-t 1 )1.1.1'1.1'; AW r ... 'r"'" -. K \1. ...
iluaiPhar: AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED rief! un- a 'nx of Chamberlain's Stomai h an. X' .n: 1 S\dm'>' tw.-nt\' ? ats and n-v r j"t Vmiii..",fJ l* l.n-i Tal'i ts Tin! !I'st p I' >,5. Thai .. .. .. *'. '.
Tarwhi.Ii W 5' : -
I'nSt'li! Fold's! lb'ti"and( n..A f tmr .mP. M fproclr.
I i .
f. f M&TM : tie ... TTttur< W. ..'dai .II wee a 1 wj i' i i IFjIB {
I.I Harper =u N.) :-'t liisorde f stoma .mp. .
enn1' Sobi A t
= byV. ...
is a snr I kr South PaUiux streot. Price 2;i ,'ents.BANNER. Mr. AOM.S UlICUU: >Ol. R 'I W",f Io&) S U. 1'0.1 dfl.,. gI.
( H"1..0nX.A. : an HueOl :-'. Pal ifox streetR. D Al< mb-':te, 1-1: fr

.1 p:. !'.'M aS g. K. Exchange-0pp.: Union Depot Tart SALVONA SOAP CO.. [Cf. 12th J Pine Sts. ST. LOUIS MO. :
Foley's Honey and S A L V E
P. O. Box 2S1. Pensacola, Fla. I I. '

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S. R.
P. S.-Hon. Mallory.
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tt.i - -- ---------- FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY
i QUARANTINE States senator from Florida who Is
i from this place, can advise you of -

11 our representative capacity and i o' Hot Weather ; :
COMMITTEE MAKES our good faith ani earnestness ;in ;

our inquiries. SOMEBARGAINS

; FINAL PEPORT Washington May 1. 1902.() .
.. Mr. W. A. Bonct. Chairman; Mr. .Specials.
!f Chas. A. Choate. SecretarjJoi: .
: Committee. Chamber of Coamerc

.' ,., Pensa la. Ha
j : J. ,111 K olltj Pete.I ;
I Sirs: Referring to your letter i of -AT- .
I --- '. March 27th. I bare to state that the 4t

i '1':' rtl' n.. as to the propriety of her answer has been delayed by reason >of

b'tyg: dHalnrd In quarantine here, and the difficulty of replying questions!categorical there: THE BIG STORE 4 FOR THE
to numerous
4L* to the action of local official 10i
without either brevity ttat eight be
i T r<\< without making treatise
cf this letter Is not misleading or
.,t 'bat o JOJ! with purpose those questions, but. ioiinure on the subject of undue length. Linen Suiting. \ LADlE, -B.u Beaded FEDORA French Heel. .... . $2
temporarily that such dete. As the bureau tas received how.

.l t1r.n'a* proper and properly impose. ever further request for information For MEN'S SUITS..... ..... ... ITl I : .-!' 4 strap, All Over Pat. Leather SANDAL Frenct. H'"". $2 00
t.: r.'l-avor to ascertain and under< on these points through; Senator !:al- For BOY SUIT.S: .... .. .... .. I / | A 3"" acd

r i .( i.t.n.i! the sv.tpra by huh the result lory. I transmit by this mail a copy of. For LADIES'SUITs: :.... ...... ... I II" UU J LADlE All Over Patent Leather SANDAL, Buckle and B. w S 1.50
laws and the Trea
J rriij at In this case was attain* the quarantine

and if possible, to prevent a like result ury with regulations the law in made which in\\'iIbe accordant\ found White Madras. LADIE-s' Patent Leather Vamp. SANDAL, Buckle and B.w S 1.00

JO fni'irt cat**

la It i* evident that the requirements the which greater desire.I portion. of the inf.3rnatic COLORED MADRASr... \ l f)"" rQP1For LADIEs One-Strap SANDAL Buckle and Bow...... ..... 70c
rf tt. 2raision to free pratique at I you For OEXW SHIRTS.- /12 |Aap |
N< w Orleans and in P< nsacoa are not will add that with regard to the BO Yd' WAISTS.. .... .... .... I Jll and it i 111 evident that the case of the Atlantian an appeal was LADlE-*' Patent Tip OXFORDS .... ...... .... ....... ..... . 65cLADIES'Bonrdoir.sLIPPER
"ritrartettmeans the destruction of made to the bureau from the owners White Goods. : ,

\t the <( niraert of Pensacola! and the up. or agents, and while it was being con-; Red and Black..... .... .. 50c
f-* building of that of N'w Orleans. be-,.sldered, within but a few hours, the LACE STRIPES..... ...... ..... '"

ianr" r.o vessel would uni"rgo: at the vessel was ordered away.It MERCERIZED STRIPE-. .. ... 41 to /DC ?ar a : LADIEV 8 erge Home SLIPPER-.. .. .. ...... .. .... ...... . 2.:JC
(iDIria..." a detention of ten days should be borne in mind that with. FANCY REVERINOS.... .. .... j '
Nn they newt undergo m detention regard to a vessel from a plague infected 1
and having had sickness 25 Dozen Boys' Waists, Good Percale, Fan Color*.. .... .. .2-5c each. '
v port
.IT t ith -r. It is also! evident that THESE ARE CRACKER JACK VALUES
'h. P'I!ion of the health! of the on board during the voyage and ar- .. .
I be 25 Roll;? New China: Matting Heavy Good? 25 to 35c"ard. laid
Pensarolif ri.alery careful judgment must
< 'in 'v' at laree. including !
1 rr affi-P''!. -i at N*w Orleans for the inter. necessary restraints and questions o! .
< nrr>!niraton between these two fact must be investigated before any ) Three Pieces Velvet Carpet-will Close Out .&5e yard :

ila"inma't i H of so a easy vessel and refuse.rapid entrantIrir. that an upon relaxation and or pending precautions any relaxation is determine the )I Plain Shades! ; ..... ...... each. Dodo Shades; .... ......35c each. '.( MEYER SHOE CO. ,

prnnacola through its port for< restraints must necessarily continu Oak or Cherry Poles; .. ...l-5c each. ': t.' .
I. II das. may reach it through New The surveillance over state or local t,
011.! ails in thlrt\-s l: hours.It quarantines exercised by the service Odd Pair of Lace Curtains Cheap. Feet Furnisher! for Cash Only.
'i ol\illus'that a y*.em whit under the law consists in inspection
l-ftmit this is radically defective, aM 'from time to tune of the quarantine
it \n('alum of the law i\rt of Fehr plants and procedures, but cannot include -
ary 13. lSf" .Chapter 114. Pages!; 8- I to an absolute knoWledge of every 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.

Supplement to the Revised Statute; detail connected: with every entry. YOURS TO PLEASE. .
of th" I'nlted States) which is mten'wl The regulations as made by the treasury

to protest, through the Marine Hopltaj :;' are uniform as required by the 1 J. M. FOLKMAN
Service, the whole country, and law but the fact that state quarantine lr 1
at the same time to obey the Injunction may without violating the law on the William Joljnson & Sou. 1 \:., )! /
therein contained: that "all rules .one hand impose any number of restraints : Hd / DEALER:
and regulations male the additional to those of the government .
by secretary
of the treasury shall operate uniform- and on the other hand may; ; 1 l We '" 'ffi ..
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Ijr, and in no manner tlicrimnatea : be lenient in their interpretation - - --- --------- -- ---- --- ---------- FJ,1 kW'. I Manuf.aeturer-
lnllt any port or pla('('." goes!; simply! to prove the difficulty of \ the United .
Krr *h. purpose above mention. absolute uniformity in adminisratioi: : &1"
MAl'.KKT.lleported Jj
and w th a desire to arrive at a bull under the present system.I NAVAL STORES MYERS PRESENT, 1 > i Feather Scroll 15c per r'AL.
regard the Atlantian case as avery .3
'mM'tanr1lfJe'. in order that vie may
Dally for The Newi b
;) \.j3W&
as-Mff as tar ale may in bettering I, exceptional one, 'and rf aret exceedingly .- Union Naval Stores Co. BUT NOT VOTINGSenate Dining Room Tapestry t1.& pet i r. .
< ndtu i: n<* 88 they exist amt not from that the outcome was unfavorable
{ am df-sire 10 1* raptions or faul to Pensacola. You may rest BOBI5.WW k \\.,.
Bill 29 A bill be
flr.ii'Ti2: *I> ask and would be jileasetu assured of the efforts of this bureau _.. ..... .. Jli.J, H ...........__Jl 71 to entitled, ''
j .. to present a recurrence of any such WG.. ..... .1 ti; O .... ......._-_ 1 ..I) "An act to require railroad companies \' }; ." Contractor for Decorating >..of.ltt41
{ Ia. ion advise us- ; s- _.... ... -4" K .. .._ .._ ... 1 : iII !l9t
1 \Ith Marine Hospital S-rvic incldent.and I am confident also that _... ... ......... ; -, E. ..... ....._ 1 si in the state to erect cattle yards and Phone 3J.J
:n a'tit'- control of the quarantir.MI. notwithstanding this incident the K.:: .... h. ............ : ". '< ..._... ..... 1 Y i crossings on their lines of railroad Call'p : or Drop .a Postal Car'All
\ !n anmlf state i *rept that operations of the quarantine laws wl::! I. .... (. below..... 1 5 .
tiPIEITS TCEPISTISC-U'4 'in certain cases." The Journal shows Work C O. D. and lu.Cornt'r a:"' :,: :
i i f' r.ila! ? If lo. which not be detrimental to IVnsacola in its: .
t t :: I. s or does not the Marine llv.rioe ;. commercial rivalry with other ports. I that Mr. Myers was present but did Ila>'len and Go\ernniPi sir'1 -

T''n' :-. undertake to exercise a Respectfully. I not vote. Pages 399400, Senate Journal .
'i iion: over the quarantine servt -I WALTERt'YMAN.. ONE OF MYERS'VOTESAGAINST I| 1893. 23june1v One Clock West of I'OitoCc- j .' : : .

f 'he golf states where it, itself, Surgeon-General M. II ::. 1, _
'f" t 'n active control If so. in: One enclosure. Quaranfne Resu'a: WORKINCMEN i

', ', .-at. ,tions, with amendatory c.rculat-; Ice cold melons, large,, !\S\J\J\J (
of such date House Bill No. 225. A bill to be en WWWjiijir.
In h" exerctse supeiI luscious and juicy, at the> \IIIII
,> -I .to''r does not the Marin ti tied "An Act requiring employers:
Stratton Ice Works. Tele'
H! 'V! -Pries undertake to esten I
-I| The past, prt-ent anl future olHood's to give cause cf discharge in writing 1
tt,M t me of qI1arar.tin" wiposM lIy phnnaynur order. -
Sarsaparilla are: It has to agents cr employes when discnargei .. 1
-trfcrhoritles when in the opinion; I ; .
"f tt. Marine Hospital service such cured it is curing it will cure. if requested to do so." Mr. Myers: I = =

r:" ,- *<>o short or dues it! itself in. --- -- --- voted against this bill and it was ( J' ( ( ({ J
;" -. :t .1..tE'ntlon! when the state au- killed in the senate. I I VtVUUM1rlr rij
I'M ** ntllp't BARGAINS
impo THE MILTON (Senate Journal 1901, page 1369.;)
4 Wrat machinery is in use by the

.i re Hi pital Service In state
wt.1. is l. only SUPTVIS !j Dt:
.fi it exert :ni;
,i\ lontrol, to ascertain the health LAMAR RALLYWILL FAMILY SEASON TICKETSAT NICK'8r II( a
i d! '" r.* of inromin vesfafls. and
t,. '.. ImlD(' in each case whether the II
I '..HI' nt and decision of th" state. I
>. .i'tl' auihuritieg be or !h. l1'i' i-n .
Frank'igari: will is-ue li.) family
t .\--iming that a vessel
'TI"( imrantine bv the Marine H ispna: BERS OF DEMOCRATIC dd Lath house for a family of one
I.u. in Florida has the option t'J and r
:o three at $1.50 for the season
\ty rr to leave the I"irt amp go elst"- I
LEAGUE. for a family of from three up for two
the ta.
.h.r> what machinery Ins: i inn
t <- ll.'ispltal Service to inform the i dollar These; season tickets; will I

ether full" port' of the facts, and to entitle the family to bathe whenever
Jlrt-\.tl siHh<< vessels exercising; the: option The Democratic League of Es- they wish throughout tile .-.faflJn.2ajhu. 0-AT-3
cf come: tii another p'nt in all-;
<>th. r xulf) 'at"..and frin t-ntf-riu that cambia county ha been invited L; Comprise all the Up-to- <<

port without any restriction or with the Santa Ro=a County Lamar Club !!I Cleaning ladies skirts and waist Date Di hes the Markets ..:
) urtrn-tlon than that imposed InIt
>>* of the World
> i. drat port" : to attend the Lamar rally at Miltou I U one of c"r specialties. Star Laun

*>. t'jwn information bein;? tommunlattd Saturday morniuz aCid a number of I ary. ------ Atford. C
to you that the Allantian had
taro ur
for tn ila\<- berause of her health cmJnnn .. They have chartered a specialtrain THE GARFIELD ICE CO'S. Ladies' Private ,
'- aril that: she was goin!; im .
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...- ii uy! '0 N I'\\ Orli.ans.was, it the4uy which v.-illeave! the union depot -

(>l ant ori 'r of the Marine 1I).;. at 9Jo'clockSiturdiy: m' mina Dining Parlor.
petal 8<"nti' to notify any ott er of
at New Orleans tin and return at 4 p. in.
the amp s'rviee
-thl! \>.-e i I JIWM nti-il inch health! (cor They will take with tlsn. Chaffer ASK YOUR GROCER FOR STORE.
)% ,
ten days at that: port wa I'on.lictttflj celebrated concert baud tl, furnish

necessary th>re, and that she,l! mtiMC and they are promised a royalreception. .
had I. ft for X w Orleans If so..h" ., I
>* '!Ilt\ was It* ,lad <'an you SUE;' Short Orders Prompt 3:

yet to w why such duty was noM The Santa Itwa C<-uitt.\ Lamar Filled. Mtlit or Day.H .
7 It tb'-re wire such duty, and I II Club expect to make r tturduy a red

had IHHD pifoim. d. n there or not at, letter" day in the history of that lt', Hometbln Good to Eat
of.i 'lai you .wish you'll find it at !mm\"J.I
Nt-w Orl>'att!' .t'r 'Itslinj < o
tk. Manne H<,ispita! Service who i s i : county and they will 1 Lace a big

owsted with power to hate pre.' 1 crowd !lu attendance t.' bear General Nick Apostle's --- -----

...,..d l the ei.trance of such tessi'l In: I' Bearing keen cutting I will repair your w .: e, and
\vvr Orleans without d..tontiun for : peak. Popular Restaurant. jewelry in first-class -.. J. 1dtepbens.
the ngth of time prescrilxil. at 1't-t..1 i They will al-o serve Im.chenu after Lawn Mowers, at the,: .

.. h official! and I Willis Hardware Go's- --- -
the Bpeakinr.If ; .
would he have been justified In such! I iI 1 ,
*tire under existing regulations, 01 -- -- I I' 1r21 >) \, l\ Large luscious juicy Save\ Jlooey by urnyo
; \
mould apt't ml directions from you have a Man Lie to You ,/ tr
tIt'l required to put him in action I ice-cold melons at Stratton ;
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: And say scene other sal! .::rment ASIMPUAnOEriUTlVCPfliPARATlOKTHATCANBLUSED tore at Marston $ Quina'vGreat
Pulling aside the xtremil cas'when
lotion oil or alleged healer i, agood WITHOUT COOKING Ice Works. Phone for one.
a \<*sel leaves one IK.n in th Empo
to anoth'r avoid thE. as Bucklen's Arnica Salt! Ar0 6irt5 COIIAAS CUr5SSMiAT6 AAO OTMEAatl'CATt Hotel Camden
pU and prows to -. till him rASAiCSTi r.SiiD ADRA5ANt C.An' liaUamn from the Northern Wood ,, rium.
quarantine: Imposed in the first, and<]I thirty years of marvel us> c ;r 'S of1'iles 114 I'yLj-Balsam..Uu xr.aj con for couji!:*.
thereby actually lit> avoid it, doe ls -- -
>rs Burns, Boils Corns F' ms 1 t A3IIi:>, ALAI5A.MA,
or tii.t the Marine Hospital Service s< 1 GUAM tXCL'IUION CRAND EXCURSION.To .
.Bf.. ruH.- the regulations thi- Q'lat., l'lrers. Cuts Scalds Bruits and Skin
Is Now Open to the Public
.. Eruptions ,
natiin 'Ithurttlf'If the states whet prove its the best and

,'v.r it I k only exercising; slIltf-n'iliory| ;, heapest. 2:; sits atV. A D AtomSerte's -
,>.iitr> I. that such state regulations and I under the management of
th 'nfurtem<.it: of them are: mad, drug store. I
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ptriitually unlt..rmih the reulat --- MRS. S. MIMS I

h'n!! pre'crit>cd bv the Marine H IS),: MYERS FAVORS FATPICKINGS The Best Laundry Starchon ,

Floridahirr FROM the Market. of Pensacola, Florida. To Greenville Montgomery and Mobile and Xew Orleans M

the enforcement of such regulations'" LOBBY Birmingham Saturday night July 5, day, July 14th leaving Union !>' ,

"'"D' nti ly. is there anything to pre'f NO BOILING NECESSARY.The RATES REASONABLE, lliJi/2 leaving Union depot at 10:30 Monday morning at 11:30 0'c. l.
tent the uniform enforcement of quar o'clock on special excursion train.i sharp. Fare for round trip
antlnt1 culations at IVnsacola by the Senate Bill No. 172: To be entitled By the Day, Week or Month i Returning, leave Birmingham Monday Mobile, f 1.50; to Xew Orleans, |LFrotnCantonmentandCenturysa

Marine Hospital Service in so rigid: a, "An Act to define lobbying and to only Starch Manufactured I at 10:30a.m. and Montgomery t
Table Furnished with the Best the I 2 This: probably be the as Pensacola. A will r
manner and the uniform enforcement in the South, at p. m. may I special! rate
at New Orleans of the regulations ii I prescribe the measure of punishment Market Afford last two-day excursion going north.I made from Milton to Pensacola :

force there In so lax a manner as t'II I for persons convicted of the same." Help Build up a Coffee and refreshments will be', connect with this! excursion! t.

w lead portion Interested in chipping tc I Upon its passage the vote was: Public Patronage Solicited.Free served on the train, going and re-I turning leave New Orleans Wed; '.

...>.k New Orb ass Instead of IVnsacoh Yeas-Messrs. Borden Bryant Coulter SOUTHERN INDUSTRY.Lay turning. Fare for round trip, to day morning at ll:$) o'clock .1
for that reason alone Is it not a fact Sample Rooms. Greenville and Montgomery, 250; Mobile Wednesday afternoon .' !
'I! Crosby, McKinnie, Pirrong, Rogers o'clock. :,
that this difference now exists Sunday Rates Made to TravelingMen. to Birmingham, $3.50. From Can- Coffee and refreit -
With great respect, we are Roseborough, Wolfe and Yancy-13. tonment and Century same as Pen- will be served on train returning

Respectfully yours Nays-Messrs. Bristol, Brett, Calhoun sacola. For farther information ap Purchase tickets at ticketoC... .
DLOUNT. the dust. J ply to For further Information ap; :
w. A. Drake, Johnson, Kirk, MYERS ltcanbuyarden
ROBT. Kixo ROBT. leis
Joint Committee. Garden hose at the Willis orPETEICTHOMAS
e Chairman CHAS. A. CHOATE. Smith of 30th, Smith of 31st, Summers hose' at the Willis P.THOMACExcursion

!. Secretary Joint Committee. I land Wilkinson-11. (Senate Journal.) Hardware Co. Hardware Co's. Excursion Managers MaL



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