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 5, 1902
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
30.433333 x -87.2


Pensacola is the seat of government for the westernmost city in the westernmost (Escambia) county of Florida. Since the colonial period, Pensacola has been an important naval port and economic center. By 1889, it was one of Florida’s four largest cities, with a population exceeding ten thousand. The Pensacola Daily News began publication in 1889. The editors pledged to "be Democratic, conservative but yet sufficiently aggressive to give weight to [the Daily News’] remarks." By March 1897, the Daily News had increased its circulation to 1,500. The Pensacola Journal, begun as a weekly, remained its main competitor. Among the bigger stories the Daily News covered was the 1891 dedication of the Confederate Monument in Lee Square and the outbreak of the Spanish-American War in 1898. Pensacola’s Gulf Coast port, like others in Florida, hosted forces bound for Cuba, among them Theodore Roosevelt. In the years that followed, Pensacola continued to expand. 1908 saw the completion of a new Spanish Renaissance City Hall. Around this time, the Daily News was followed by the Pensacola Evening News. The exact year of the transition is uncertain as the Pensacola Evening News continued the numbering of its predecessor. The earliest verified edition of the Pensacola Evening News dates from April 6, 1908. In 1910, when its population reached 23,000, Pensacola erected its first skyscraper--the ten-story American National Bank building, constructed the San Carlos Hotel, and raised a wooden bridge across Bayou Texar. By 1912, Pensacola had twenty-one miles of paved streets. The first modern hospital opened in 1915, and by 1924 the city’s fire department was entirely motorized. In that same year, the Pensacola Evening News merged its operations with the Pensacola Journal then under the leadership of John H. Perry. For the next six decades, the two papers continued to report the city’s news, the Journal in the morning and the News in the evening.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1889.
General Note:
Description based on: Mar. 5, 1889.
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
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Pensacola evening news


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Pecuiiar to Summer Pe-ru-na Gives BIRMINGHAMS1Manager GETTING WELL

Prompt and Permanent Relief. IS DENIED Oliver of the Pensacola I ISLAND TRAINSpecial I I I Special to The Dally News. |

Giants received a telegram this! London, July 5.-Today's bulletin

r- morning giving him positive assurance i
Members of the K. I. K. Association to The Daily News: from Buckingham palace says:
that a strong team from Birmingham I
"His majesty had another excel
/FORDViIf were greatly Incensed this Joliet: Ills.. July 4Four bold amt
will be here tomorrow to lent night. He is cheerful and feels[
( morning over the publication I; desperate highwaymen last night held
N yes- play baseball Palmetto Beach.
r, at much
I stronger. We are glad to be :
up train No. :5, one of the fastest jn
terday afternoon that the association The of admission will be 35
i i price
able to state that
the Rock Island road. The train was we consider the :

had been "snubbed" by GeneralW. cents. Score cards will be given I moving at the rate of 40 miles an hour 'king out of danger.

B. Lamar that away free. The line-up will be as when two masked men climbed over "LAKIXU .
-.IJ U1 \\Ifl by gentleman ,
jIIf follows: II the tender and leveling revolvers at "
leaving and not remaininover to "BARLOW. 1
I ;; BlKMINOHAMS the engineer and fireman, ordered .
GIANTS ------ --

f address the crowd Magnolia Bluff. Hamaker .. .. .. ..r.... ...... Owens them to stop.

} ( I Secretary Abe Daniel: said today Swam. .... ..c.. .. .... .. Welles I The engineer at first thought it was SKY ROCKET I; ,
[ j Fourth I
of He
a July joke. was ordered -
r' Lighten .. ..... .1 b.-Oliver !
that he had in his possession a letter j to obey or lose his life and he
Cooke.-.t Hanchez I
the brakes. The then
put on men
m, from Mr. Lamar which satisfactorii Smith.. .... ...... Sullivan CAUSES FIRE
{ i ordered him to dismount and made him
4 4al O'Brien.... .. ... .3b..... Lappington
explained that, should opportuni- walk to the express car as a decoy.

1 Lyons..I .. ... .. Bicker I He was ordered to ask the messengerto -- .

j{! ties present themselves, he would Chare. ... ... ...... . Harris I open the far. Special to The Daily News:

i certainly be on hand; but, since an Montgomery. f. ... .. .. Quina When the messenger appeared the Paris, Ills., July 5.-Half this cityis -

burglau began shooting and threatened .
arrangement in Jackson county had in ruins today as the result of
I to blow up the car with dynamite : afire
been made for Mr. Lamar to speak unless he gave up the valuablesIn caused by a sky rocket being:

I IIfcar his possession. Assistant Messenger I
fired into .
there, he was not expected to be a furniture store at mid
c, Editor of the Advocate-Democrat of Crawfordsville, Ga., writes ENJOY PICNIC Kane drew a pistol and was shot night.A .

i Mi'di"Company as follow: I present at the K. I. K. picnic and through the right groin. One of the

... -- highwaymen then ordered the engineer gale was blowing at the time.
: nltmen "After four years of Intense suffering caused by systemic that therefore the statement in the

ttttrto 11 bh contracted while editing and traveling for my paper, I have :i A picnic at the head of the Big to put out the headlight and uncouple The property loss, was a half million
( pretentious sheet was false from the engine. This last effort
''ltn gnarly relieved by the use of Peruna. I gave up work during these yearspurr dollars.
Bayou of
I yesterday, given by people was unsuccessful. The messenger at .
tried various remedies and many doctors, but all the permanent i i start to finish. -- --- --- .
I Millvierv, was au enjoyable affair the point, of a pistol was made to carrya
I,*me the use of My trouble was called Indigestion, but it
all tem i In this connection it may not be and attended bag containing Jewelry over to n HALF A
was by people from MILLIONOF
JIK "atirrh through my and a few bottles of Peruna made me feel i fence where It was leisurely examined.

.. .her person, noting the Improvement after I had used the first bottle. i out of place to state that an invitation this city, VVarriuton and neighboring Oliver M 1. Olsen, the news agent

nt w undoubtedly the best catarrh remedy ever compounded.*.-CLEM Q. to address the picnic crowd had settlement. and Charles entsler, a reporterfor LONDON'S POOR '

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a Salt l.ake paper went forward M
been accepted by Chas. M. Coston, Horse bicycle and foot race, a
,. T. /f-nur nf Washington, as I can safely testify. I have not felt I see what the trouble was and both

'. fr in Jl 11 S, Capital Street, so well In he years, having walked : Esq., and his word was given that baseball ;game; test; of strength and .were ordered to go back. By this I

D. l> I :: mile without I many other kinds of amusement time passengers began piling out cf CIVEN DINNER IN PARKS AND
over one III result
he would be He failed to
..iiiftin uyin.; that Iran hae also gained thirty pounds sincecommencinK j i present. .... 'were feature of the day. The baseball the coaches to learn the cause of th* HALLS BY I

'. ,:\mend the II...'of IVruna show preferring to be at shooting. This frightened the highwaymen KING EDWARD. .
up ; Centuryand
to take Pernna. In fact
\ r .jturrhal trllu"lan,1, a ;: I teams were Soldiers and Bayou who lied. ,

..' i t. u.r for general condi- Amanda I cannot Morrill.praise it too highly.."-Mrs. I oSerlng no excuse for his breach Royal tae latter winning in a score It is believed the highwaymen got:

\\ 1 I on at Englewood and waited until tin Special to The Daily News:
of 6 .
,, ppruua never faiU to prevent systemic of promise. to I' j
l *V *n U \( mil.! IV IWd .Strt-et, j train reached
...i:, 'J *. .t..-. catarrh or nervous prostration if taken Hon.J. Emmet Wolfe of Pensacola | Lupont, a lonesome spot London, July 5.-A half million ofLondon's
in time. Poruna in the most prompt and 23 miles out of Chicago. The traiNo. n
1 '..A''r, 'W"i \fla.r= with\ addressed the people in the after- poor enjoyed dinner today
5 is
permanent: cure for all cases of nervous one of the fastest on the ling
'r"l: .li $ltl ,;" u. rald.'!>llltV,
pro-itration caused by systemic catarrh GOLD WATCH noon. His speech was said to be I A young tramp stealing a ride on the given by order of King Edward in
t fart tr i.'i- H&r hl f ur d.xl i I
r. all uld that I .>.uU n.t ?tt w.*ll.i i known to the mwlical profunion. such as only Emmet Wolfe can deliver -! train was captured and turned over various parks and halls.
If do not derive I to the' sheriff of :
and Grundy who
.. j you prompt iatiafaotory county,
ut'i walk" i a su-p in nin months, The following
; message, pent Sir
flnic with partial par ly-m and' -.ult-. from the use of Peruna, | AND CHAIN I. was on the train.ATLANTA I .

writ at oucito Dr. Hartman, giving a Francis Knollys, the king's secretary
p* rroof the
heart every other full statement of cave and he will I Irx INFATUATES7 i i tJ I
your BOY was read at the
;i> and had become so reduced In I several place
'I pleastHl to give you his valuable advice OBSERVES -
,." .) K) tx a mere skeleton weight eratn.; ARE STOLEN "I am commanded by the king to

, ''r t 5. pounds.. \' AddreiDr.. Hartman, President of A WOMAN :! inform you that hH majesty and the ,.

.. Ut I h. "v- aken PTUHA'nf The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus i THE FOURTHSpecial queen intended visiting J
some the lived my life 'Ohio. i!
I i Mr. Chas. M. Wilson; reported to I coronation dinners today but deeply

.*.....c...*.+.>.>.......>. ed to meet at ',9:4i: a. m. Habbath I Marshal Credille this morning that Special! to The Daily News. to The Daily! News' : regrets that his illness prevents r

while the familyslept Boston, July 4.-Mrs. Eva L. Randall
Thursday night
: S VOICES: AT THE CHURCHES school att:30 a. m.: Christian En- Ion married, aged 42. has bt>en arrested Atlanta. July 4.-Thr- nation's birth. them doing so. The king hopes hU

deavor meeting at 6:30p.: m. a burglar: entered his home on today charged with day was celebrated in an enthusiasticand guests are enjoying themselves and
.......>.>.>.>.>-M+O****** kidnaping I
West and stole *.
street a before
Gregory patriotic
Christian. I ;; William Petro. a year-old boy the manner never winefaseJ passing happy day."

a.I"h. watch and chain. The watch was son of Charles!' Petro, of Beafhmotit. in the south. The prince and

Central Christian Church, 16 East on :May 17. ft !alleged that Mrs. All Atlanta took a holiday: and the princes of Wale I
Order of divine worth ?t>5 and the chain $2": visited the
Ilomana, l tre Junior C. E. atI! Randall had bfrorap infatuated with I day was given over to a demonstration various dinners, riding

..tii'-r.: Fir-t ina-n a. in. : :Suuday school at 10 a. m ; Y. fr. Wilson said for THE SEWS the hn}'. She dearly loved him an1 entirely befitting this most pati' in state carriages and escorted by

:. iu.t-- ami sermon, 1'. S. C. E... and communion serviceat that on Thursday afternoon a large often expressed! a desire to adopt him. otic of days Flags and buniting floated detachments of horse guards.
I "uw' devotions, fi'i 11 a. m.Church. About two months ago she ask' I The largest dinner wa at Bishop's I
of had been the
sum money brought to breeze from every store an.) ,
of Christ, Corner Alcaniz Mr. IVtro if ho"" would allow her to j Park, Fulham, where It, oo people
home by his son, and that, while he shop ant the city was clad in gna :
I i-; .v. Robert! Full r. land! Jack-'. :--Bible school at 9:45 I adopt the boy hut he stoutly refusal, attire. I. were fed.McDuffie's.

I had idea of a visit from burglars, and became incensed think
to tint
'-t: ma--;, 6:80 a. m.; I a. in.; communion service at 11 Long a neglected holiday in the

.t. in.: benediction, { a. in. ; prayer meeting Wednesday at he took the money from his pocket she should propos such a thing south, the glorious Fourth this year Mutton Suet Turpentine & t
Shortly after. the boy dUappparPi), Lung Plaster
7Jj m. You ata invited to attend and it between the mattresses of marked the
p. put and nothing has since been seen or beginning of a renew:]! i is a certain cure for whoopingcouifh,

t ptdrpal.etcices. there services.: his bed. Pockets of the clothinghad heard of him by his father. popular interest in a day which everytrue j easy and comfortable, works while I
American .
1. Lutlipian. been ritled, and had not this !Mrs. Randall refuses to reveal hiwhereabouts. holds dear. A maj"-'I l' you sleep. 1 12i I.
-- by the ity of the retail and wholesale I
t EN1s.
t H. Wh1Ie '. at .:30 German Lutheran Church: -Eng extraordinarily fortunate piece of of the city closed at 12 o'clock and Sold by John I I' .
Sheppard H. Pal-
I I"> p. m. I! !lish service with holy communion, caution been observed, the entire several of the freight depots clos ij I| afox Street ii

Church, corneri at 7:30 p. in. ; confession at 7 p. m. i amount would have been lost. SKELETON OFINDIANS also. The various officials at the state t IGold

i -!\ avenue, It\.1 There will be i! I capitol and in the city hall took :3i
. no f>unday school and j 1 Is Not Baggage.London I
He did not miss the time piece until i day off and joined in the general de-
., Priest in no morning service at the Jutheran' July 4.-The question
.. Charle-I yesterday, but thought at the time VICTIM !1 i iSper'Ia monstration Courts also closed and
.iof the church during July and August. J. iI whether gold ran IIP shipped as per I
even daily police matinee at itt d
wiU bes-ervice every F. \V. Reinhardt pastor.Christian nothing of it as it occurred to him i sonal; haegagp has been derided ad- U j
I station house was called off and ran: i
"rk, the Rev. H. A.j I that his boys had taken it on a fishing I verily at the Mansion house court.
i I (checks good for the next day
tu The Daily NI.BS-: were
The Iwitrh hank
rticiatin: :;Sunday Science.Prvice re'-ently shippedl.jiM.OftO
; trip. When they returned last issued by Recorder Broyles. I
Brunswick M'f .
I J'il! 'i --A stony; $ to Ti"'-rl1n. The goM was
at 2"2! West Gregory; street I' evening and had not the watch, the fort stood near the pn'sent corner Among the special features of fie discovered in a cabin before the departure ,

at 11 a. m. All interested are invitedto of Main and Mill ; day were the public exercises held
t I'Ill " (ii 111(11 attend. I fact that it had been stolen became strf'.t2: ; jean of the steamer from Jxmdon,
a o.Yorkmf'n at the capitol at 2:31) o'clock[ the
? excavating for Use
.. nulh'l _.. I and the captain of the vessel today
t-Rpv. J. )[. apparent and the matter was reported foundation of a business block unearthed splendid street parade the field day
Of All Hot Weather Enemies ;; was fined for infringing the menu '
L-irJ'a supper at 11 to the police. a skeleton on the spot. I It exercises and sham battle at Piedmont .
: and praise service I of humanity cholera is the worst I, Certain peculiar marks on the face was evidently: 30 years of ae; slight park, and the exercises held:! at the II I

i:.\r choir supported Treatment to be effective must be In Imlld and of medium height. How Carnegie library at 10 o'clock! in the

u" and accompanied I prompt. When vomiting, purging ,jef the watch, together with the fact she came there no one knows. Possibly I morning under the auspices of the Jo- Child Bitten by Mad Dog.
Carrollton, Ga., July ".-In Uaral
.\ .:<. will la-t an hour and sweat announce that the disease that the initials of Mrs. Wilson, to muredered and scalped by Indians ] Io>ph l Habersham Chapter of the Daughters
the little
is combat it with son county 11)"y ar-old daughter
I present Perry I she had been buried the soldiers of the American Revolution.In .
-I'K'iol! :at'.t::>o Davis', Painkiller. All bowel trouble whom it belonged, are on the insideof by of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pritchett
in the fort. The skeleton is addition tb these public exercises
-i.perlntendfruf am"1 *, like diarrhea, cholera morbus :, the case, would seem to make the I was bitten on Tuesday by a dog sn> t. .
and dysentery overcome by Painkiller In a good state of preservation, and and demonstrations, there were numerous
..r'i'.m.., W. U. posed" to have the rabies." The dor
It is equally: health-promot- ,, property very easy of identification. has been turned over to the Pejebscot picnics and barbecues at van ,,
I IS..n'll'e. bit the fhiM on the arm, Inflicting! *'
ing in all climates. 'I I'Notice These peculiarities have also been Historical Society for preservation. I ous resorts two baseball games ant 1 painful wound. A madstone was -'
4 'I ; applied
; at: p. m. by -. !I IMcDuffie' other forms of amusemnt
reported. with good results. It adhering: t** ,
school I
-Ily ; :Sunday
Little Blue -
to Tax Payers the wound for two hours.
-d mum, superin- Liver Pills makes blue people New Kingston Postmaster. I -
Shake Into Your
bright, cleanses the system of all Kingston. Ga., JulyJ.. N. MiKelvey. MoDnffle's Witch Hazel
tt Allen's Foot-Eaee, a powder. It deleterious and unhealthy matter i
art -Hev. O. W. Cara Kingston's new postmastp.r.vice Foot Healer i* one of the finest
.. .I The City Tax Assessor'sbook cures painful, smarting, nervous feet and makes a new person of you '
; \ baby powders known,
attp. -Sunday 23 Miss Bell![ Bayless resigned has cures prickly
)i and ingrowing nails, and instantly CENTS.:
'I j
; .''...J. 1\. Andrews, : will remain open during takes the sting out of corns and bun. Sold by John Bheppard, 45< S. Pal. charge of the office, having received. heat and gives instant relief. I

t i- .,t the afox street. 4 his commission. Miss leaves 25 CENTS.
ions. It's greatest comfort discovery 4I Bayless .
and Hold
July, any complaints by John Sheppard, 405 H. Pal -. .
l -Preaching: at S of the age. Allen's Foot- I the service of the department bee afox street. I 1

..y '" W.Cuplnterl'kn.: must be filled with Ea makes tight or new shoes feel SANTA ROSA SURF with the hearty good will of every one. : ; '
It is a certain cure for sweat :
..t iu..10 a. m.. M. H. the assessor before August ing easy.callous and hot, tired, aching She has made a splendid postmistress ICE-COLD WATERMELONS AT if! '

"..:-:'J..nt. Children'sPre.hyierian. feet. Try it to-day. Sold by all BATHING ESTABLISHMENTFish and during a term of six years hat THE OARFIELD ICE CO'S. 1 I.

1st. given perfect satisfaction.The .
', ; m. druggists and shoe stores. Don'taccept ,

J. T. WHITING, any substitute. By mail for I Furniture, go ,
25c.inetamps. :Trial package FREE. chowder will be served every I If You \\U/ t
Saving of a Few cents on a bottle
Assessor.The Sunday evening. Private
'Ijylw City Tax Address, Allen S. Olmsted, LeRoy, partiescan to PRI'OR'S.Fishing i i
'.':..rlan Church 1.9\ X. Y._ arrange to have the same or, of Vanilla Extract will not atone for I .

I'a-t'.r-Commun' finest line of sterling silver other refreshments served at any the of having dessert tackle of all kinds I ; t.
goods and silver novelties be time during the week at reasonable annoyance

rJ.o evening found/ at J. I. Stephens'. Prices to ICE-COLD WATERMELONS terms. See manager that Is "just a little off" in flavor, and good crab nets at the '

', : sertioals: call- please: all. THE GARFIELD ICE CO'S. CHAS. H. BURTON. Always bay Burnts Willis Hardwaer Cos. '

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..:.: Iii Is not a popular occupation. ;
women shrink from the sight of a : :
i 1AS OCEAN TRIP THE COTTON CROP and would faint at the touch of REBELS OVER CASTRO1Bariuisimeto

But these same women ran greater r
) < io MVI 'UHIi, BOSTON ); Report of Statistician of Agricultural than women the allow"snake dis-charmer How Is- -Captured by i MaRes

/fSI ALL ease to fasten on

i EASTERN RESORTS k Department.TENYEAR them and slowly Mtndoza's! Troops. I j
: to crush out their
I. /. t ,\ 1 strength.. i a -- |

I.lit.. \\\\\ \V AVERAGE OF e.53 Womanly diseases FIGHTING LASTED FOUR DAYS. I II Perfect

should never

i OCT.AN: STEAMSHIP COMPANY JJ be allowed to un- I I

K .r.- -IK :- fc 1 With the Exception of North Carolina dermine the Government Troops Were Nearly All !,i Beer is not of age until it has

3O Hours of Ocean Breeze Every Cotton Producing State Shows health. Femaleweaknessbearing Made Prisoners-Revolutionists, t: ,
WeeK t been "on lager" for at least
Sailings each Number Are New Marching I II four
a Decline for June the Decline Be '' the of 4,500, I I
down in-
3 from Savannah Ga.11| ing Greatest in Texas flammation pains, ulceration I I on Valencia, State of Carabolo. I II |I I to six months. A capacity to

-.1.. M ..' rI... I' I.nle. ror'ei .. J i iI backache, I I I continually store
.if '' i.--i, .T, M ,' uuwu, ir Washington July 3.-The monthly headache, nervousness Port of Spain. Trinidad, British West 375,000 bar=
,. ,
-T. .ale"? k-.'' : .t.r .-"r.'. ',i..i.-...|1. .11 t.-v-a.'...'lot'f":M'I'"i..,;"tt..ya',;ti< onus inef: %J I IJ I report of the statistician of the depait- womanly, and other ailments 'I Indies July 4.-News has reached here i{'I rels provides ample facilitiesto

.-c *.. t. !. t I I ment of agriculture will show the average curable I that after four clays' fighting the town
J by .F properly age all brews ofAnheuserBuschBrewing
1 .. ... .
"'n. '' condition of cotton on June :-J i
: medicine, are of Barquisimeto, in the state of Lara
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1 ....... ......" ,......... J to hate been S4.7 as compared wits promptly and per. +r' Venezuela has been
captured by rev-1
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.. __...,.., ..rrnl ,_". .4....d'41hst ,\I !3.1: on May 26, W2; 81.1 on June 25;:;, manently cured lutionists under General Luciano Men- nSt.
"')rlx7s7(7cx1 k-1r1rtrlrt: : 1S01! ; 75.8 on July 1. 1!"."), and a t-i by the use of Dr.Pierce's .

j; year average of 85.C. With the exception Favorite do/a. Louis. U. S. A.
Prescription. 11 The government nearlyall trtltrt eftfit famous Budw lser. Mlchelob.
troops were Black 6 Tan. Faust
of North Carolina where there
>: STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE I I makes weak captured. One hundred of them, Pale seems to have been a slight improvement women strong and
/ however escaped with Gonzaleze Pa- DIN NilEI'ER BKOS.. Wholesale Dealers. IVnsacola. Ha.
and Virginia, where there is nr sick women well. 1
Ittts,4en I." and Milton-Koatllurm checo. governor of the state of Laa, -
apprKiable 'hange in (condition everv "I deem il my duty to npre my deep i
".11)' K 11'1 Sunday.CITY shows decline felt gratitude; tu you for having< cotton '
producing! state a
i under of life. Make the
providence restoring me to "\ kidneys healthy with
OF l TAMPA." during the month, the decline helM writes Mrs o car Brown of Oxford :& Jacinto Lara has been appointed governor i the Willis Hardware '
Foley's Kidney Cure Sold bY.. .\. l',). ,
Co NC For two years suffered with of liarquisimito by the revolu; I
L_ Mill"n >> am I.vl'.n"'oll&.Ipm: greatest in Texas where it amounts to weakness, headache neuralgia in various I D'Altmbeite 121 Scuth Palafox street.I I
Ar |Vi.cnU...' .m Ar Milton .'".-'"pillarr. :22: points, and in Louisiana Indian Territory of the system and after using four I tionists. 1 I ryayRalaam5fop.theTht. hng,
.. Dr Pierce's Favonte Prescription, three of This new victory is believed to proyponce '' andoaic1veautaulCaatntutol. : .J. .... ? 01.
( Round'n.
v Mississippi arid Alabama where 4 Gulden Medical DloICO.rolle vial {OJ' '
i it is 11. 10. 9 and S points, respective/! ant Pelleti.: also'Lotion Tablet: and one I again! the vitality of the revolu | tpf } You will have pride IVI
I( of 'Antiseptic and Healing !>upposlun,, |I tion against President Castro. The rev i I flower gardens if they
The condition is, however still) in <>\ am cured" i I
f GIIILu: ; Hi\CH;: SCHKWI.K; | olutiocists. who estimated J j own eround. Your nu.! 1 ,
cess of the ten year average in th"I If you are led to the purchase are to number \ This signature: lion every lx: tf the gennP e I
j ---- I Favonte Prescription because of 'I 4.5'ni men are now marching; on1 laxative Bromo'Quinine Tablets I 11 home, and he can doi 'w II
t Following I i i' the -ciiedule: "f thejfovrrnnieutteatner following states by the number of..I : i though: he may clunk _
OtiiTal French points stated in each case: I remarkable cures of other women, do I Valencia in the state of Carabolo, I I Iwhich \ the remedy that cures a co ill in one day.'UUWH'EUl" w.
Every woman want- ;t .0;.
I'I'I substitute.The .
which TilE NEws print for the Virginia 3, North Carolina 6. Sou.h i j accept People's a Common Sense re<) I i is1'1 miles away. Valence : 'I own, and if she will 'iv. a r.ufe w .
iH-nt-tlt of the ui < Carolina and Florida Thus. C Watson
ft. and ,
Georgia .Adviser a hook containing looS { 1 i : Co., :
1: their 4iiiid4 to till various army Arkansas 7, Tennessee 12, Oklahoma :2: given away. Send 21 one-cent !j days It I is believed that! the revolt j The undersigned takes thi* method I (leading Real EstitiAMI'-. t' .

II4)04t" : and Missouri Id.( On the other hand, the expense of mailing only, for the i! tionists will shoitly attack and ca.I.1 )f ;)ff rillgher services a* a can show her how ray in-ti, :
v Lakra J''n..cnln' 7tga.m.i I ,
I I the in paper covers or 31 stamps for lure Poi to Cabello.I Br-t-chs* iicened midwife hav- me.j .
,1 Lrtr< Rarrauou :-1"1 a. m. condition falls below the ten year
':t Lr..... 1'1<'11.". .. ;I/a.n1. I volume bound in cloth Address ink; had 35 years experience.Can .
Lr>,... |.irurit ... ":IS... 11I.1 average by :2: points in Louisiana awl R. V. Pierce Buffalo X. Y. I ;rive best of referei.ce: from I j Buy a new garden Ir. 'if
.... .., Indian The Same Old
p. n -i>U U' Territory 1 point in Alabama I i Story. i
ArrmHnrrHUim 11.111" m. and ttit-n : J. A. Kelly relates an experience i leading physicians of this city. from the Willis{ Harhr
and 13 points in Texas. This report -'IRS.\1.: GIDDE.NS \
main ton McKee ttodtbenie- j
: ,
trip 1
<1 I...,.. .ucit. n 1:1i p. m.lwasPs I of New Haven, 'onn., July 4.- \ almost every neishborhood:: in t1t'nited Company.
Keen taken
I'lrkcn .. Ii5 p.m'l any consequence States and has been told! aLd!
teen million dollais'worth
t..,. Viicii 4::11' p. in. into arcount. The s'a | of ))
retold by thousands other.ll
lwaar.1'.rkru* tioMKiicix '. a> p in. And nmkrttrip I tistical agent for Texas h'oiever. ie'pgrapho,1 '. ty of the estate of the late I says: "Last summer I of had an anal k< D Re MOFFETT'S
to MrK'f and atone last 1'radley Plant is now tied up by
I night that the recent I of dysentery and purchased a bottl ofChamberlain's
On \\ ->lnJiy" a lit! :: turd the the I i made in the suit for '
rains in '
that state have been of littl- Colic Choleia and
talus to iU: .I le.ive It.trr.ii.cas' vi.i I'ick-I or no benefit to the crop and that ". amount brought by Charles II 'I Ulan hot* lUmedy. which I us. d according
ITt |
*n+ for I' n..trul.I| at I : \111'.111.
'further Horace G. llna'ik y of \ to directions and with entirely!
deterioration be" lookel'
:." ieiitnl Freiicd I.> for army'utLMar may I
I against thexecutors of the Plant satisfactory results. The trouble was
lor unless there is i j I
only amlanyout-ider muttxiv good rains by July I
controlled much quicker than former
.. tate. These two
4i -< frt'hl the I" are (
gllartrrlll.lvtert I I attacks when I used other remedies TEETHING( POWDERS/
take jui'-'Uk'e II i her.KILLS I| The condition in the principal state testing the removal of the estate Mr. Keely is well-known citizen of )

',. follows New York and after making ; 1 j HLACKSI wins. Ark ! !>.J 1.
reported as : North Cash I H< nd"1 N. C. For sale ball ,
son. ,
I ':' Re .J. W Itrrnof ArlactisMethodi'tCorffrence.wntes: :) [n" ixdli ilfi'' ci ' m
MAN lir.a 93! South Carolina fC I: Georgia 91 meats on $lOfiMift worth of dtliggists and medicine dealers. Iwolakacwof'TEETIIIx1": weaonhrhuwaehaerueIet! Mn alt nil. Tt "r .1 t'
WHO ANNOYED HER. Sheriff Stevens, of this city, has *<8n..*tn.apvkaantitcameatamost op.nan.en-our b.'e".%*iD as< "I' n lit t 4t
Florida 91! Alabama S1. <;. i .., ,
Mississippi: ti-nin I'rdars! andn.dpingthdreease: il ilanf grI I Iit. u itu of" KTHIM: tin
i Louisiana !!>,*,. Texas 73. Arkansas 31Ttncetsec seemed the plaintiffs by Ili I I.-rf ,i-tr., ft and he ta*had no further Iruulie. Other mtiiU-ri IDs f.m'y: parr uitjUiii4": r) a, t
1 Girl keD a perfeetuccese.
in (1)U' Revolver i
S wittDc4tfly
$ OiiilOfla( in stock held the
!HS, Oklahoma 9>\ Indian by IF YOU ARE ,I
Effect. I Territory fit. I Investment company.: S

Oiif 'la X Y July: 4 --('ira I.ab II I| I I LOOKING FOR BARCAINS BOYS and GIRLS !t money l'oYOUlII'l duiing b to tpftri mal. IliollKnteo. lttlii'- A' '

ilalu.. 17 veats old. abut an.IIUhd KING i Weds His Stepmother + you can rrndilvdu ,u, bv *mBlueine. -
II our II ." teat coinmiskion all 8l. .. -
lOll 4U." on An mdi'.prnMihlf articl l f.
ti'vrrar -lnivr. gH 4.1 The! -- .-- I I INcthip'g Wilkesbarre. Pa., July 4.-By bou..1\01'1 use Mary Lady I* ut-lixtilul lIIb..n thcv i.... u. Oni- pert niHkf- tin :.11'-:

aLuotioK took pa! < t" on Ibe farm ..! Occurs rying his stepmother Loren Dady For the next ten days I will sell Kla--aaterYOUevel: u t'dln Ibl'1II1I.b. Write To Mark Excellent ,
built uarpie. and *if will head: by rftorn nmil. nor dozen rerkxgeof "Blufint."
)lint un! ) rat of this city George Progress Made by Patient. !{ James Bend Wyoming county, you any article now in stock at a when you have bold them: return ukUr.., ri-taiiiir. the tialHiiCf. rue 0> .""ur tuini.s.
Waltmid his family Ihe in OinyV so mixed up his relationship that slon 1 10 not Itla" but write HI onrt-
London July 3.-The following! bulletin discount of :Z'i: cent from the .\lltIrt o.., (il.KNN: .MAN: 1'11'II(0.: I'rpt. (' IH Ibis til. I'liila. I'a
1 f.11I1 IIOUMand Waltz works on tIp issued a puzzle not to be solved off per reg- '
I was retarding King I'Mward's -
Utjn The conditions are these: He I"i ular price. Think of it-you will
condition at KI o'clock\ this ,
Tom Waltz way at home with hixotliir '" mOl ring from Buckingham palace: married to his stepmother." She is save |J:; on a diamond ring or pin. ROYAL STANDARD \\VHISlEY{

t IIIht"Q Hi-Inter) drove Into the "The) kin? has 1t'I.t'I'n., and nothing stepmother and grandmother to j j where at regular price it would cot

)rd N jth his hnM>ruthiT, James Ha'l.) ; has! occurml to mar the excellent I children. Her stepson is now i| $1liO see ; you save 25: cents on

1M Ltt! -.i at ('hittt-nanRO. Hefnur progress; bin majesty U now mak: husband. Dady is hrother-in-law '| every dollar's worth you buy. Now 8 Years Old, in Casts of 4 Full Quarts, at S3.20 per castTIN

,.nit .itti. the toiiMand threatened itill his father and she is her first I:' -- --.---- --
: ing. (Signed) Treves. Laking. Parlow. J U the time to buy your diamonds or

MiKt \\ 1t1u'h" ran into a be.lroimi : ." band's daughterInlaDady watch other article in stock
or any : WHISKKYiditilled: at the NeUon Co.

and _at followed by Jlt'II.1! I Discushing the king's uninterrupted'II throe children is 61 years old and [':i very cheap. Call and examine ., Ii-tillery, and i i-+ fully matured in wood

a' ho *i i/.-,| her I II) the throat and! .. \, I, '. wife is Co years of afe.a t before bottling. It is absolutely pure and not excelled
progress .
the Lancet for
says: ., -"'.- good Remember, this otTer I U
.err, H< r tin her ramp to her !I 'I iu quality by any Wlii-key of the saute apse I
"It has been necessary to removal I only ten days. No trouble to'show
where prod'uced. The Standard
aietatarr no matter loyal
+* and :Mist.Valt* es. aped. Train Strikes a Hand Car.
llfiitit-r the the drainage tubes as they could not good.;. J.I. STEPHENS.: i is eight years old when! bottled, and, consideringits
r> entered aniaiic- and I Dothan. Ala.. July 4-A small: ,
I i be tolerated and gauze plugs are now i iused H2South Palafox: street excellent quality: i is the cheapest whiskey/ in
.1..r..I.offlih.s Waitobtained) a occurred on the Atlantic Coast
and flan
: instea.LTbe ------ -- the market at that pricE'l: beverage
liVoUi-r and went a'ru..F lots to )li...r ': ; wound road about a mile from the absolutely umlaut, there inone better
is granulating satisfactorily I I pure
in the
finest line of umbrellas
ftbr oho .. ]i I The e'a-es markwhiitcv, r I"
M at hit work at some caused by a supply going Shipped in : contaiiiin: no
the discharge! :; has diminish' |' city i is at J. I. Stephens' Uo look .
diUnic When Mr. Waltz ajiproacn- running into a hand car loaded \\ I: indicate content;. If purchaser upon examimui
and is perfectly inodorous. His mvj'sty's at them. with the ho
thewhi-kev/ i inot sari lied quality
td t Hcltii'-r 'InUtter tick off his coat I iron rails The engine was '
temperature has been norrml j can return"tiie, -ame at our expne and money
*t J dd! lie Wllllll) kill j over MX or seven freight cars '
th'hlI"j since July :';. His constitutional condition j *'}ny-rta1aa1n Keneten itiglit Awaj will be refunded.All .
Wall Um.'v and fished and about Sn yards of the either
in admirable" I cud makes a i>VIelld utcou;u and cultU.If ordershould be accompanied by

\\iii. I torn up. Engineer Lee Avery and EIGHT YEARS OLD currency, iw-tottice money order, batik draft or express -

? 'At Helm'r ?rap|>!ed with the f'J.Jto-) I Five-Furnaces Banked, negro fireman wire hurt but not : a1TOltt4. money order. We refer to Fir-t National
Iiiau. MIM- Waitftred.' the ball ju.trraMnic lrmin ham. Ala. July 3.-Five blast : ously.! One or two other parties W Beats "tsa1S! EIf; ; aE 'AKDRR Bank or any merchant in PeL.!'acola.
cth'1 t
tinhip of the farm Miperin iron furnacfs have their fires banked i i also slightly injured.Newfoundland : -# _

trml.-rt T I"I).rs She then fire in this district already as a result ol of S. A. FRIEDMAN.

ii cnt>iul shot hUh struck Hflrn.TJu the miner's' strike and announcement Prosperous.St. -

.t "ver the eye, netratinc tlte is made that by next week three others : John's. N. Y., July 4.-The ; you wish the verlJ best +
train H. died instantlyMJM I will have to folloTht' railroad onial revenues for the financial ice cream freezer at thevery t SOLE 1' III'RIr.TUR. l'F.-is.'oLA.

WallIttllnlt'd home ant I declare they have a good supply oil: ended June 3<, was the largest in the Willis
lowest price
am alt I'd th' arival) of the ol1Itert'h,) coal on hand. At the miners' hea-1- history of the colony. It
Hardware Co. can please
glared hr tinder arr""t.llflmer I quarters however it was given out to almost! $::: .:!fIO.IIIII. and is $ ::: aanaw.Nwtna+wd -

had caused much previous that this supply Is not as great 1, in excess of the revenue for the you. A PRIEOMAIa t.rl handle every cli' of Liquors sold, iu

anna) m-e to the family ty his attention intimated. The miners claim to be ceding fiscal }'t'ar. A large bulk or bottle wholesale or retail, at prices thai
We will launder !spreads! foi down.
to alas Waltz and they hadfumed well prepared for a long struggle is certain. i your i are way
.*- af.N i 15 cents each and make them look
i her.tram Chittenango partryto i I AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS: PABST BEER.
like uw. r?tar Laundry.
trvcaiw him. He had appeared Ir. A i i' -
I Hale and Hearty at 104.Evergreen. Cure For Summer

sanely) ,..ah! ,"- of the girl who rell.lled Ala July :\.-Lesie Coleman : Summer complaint is tinusually

.Iii adtan' ..+ I who lives in :Mixnn heat is over alent among children this season. } WICKE&CO.

1l.*lnier vkda married man. whose 101 years of age, as she was born ii; well developed case in the : f/f 'D'Yt/

wlft" had! lef !him 17!>'s. ae<'oiding to the records of her family was cured lat week by
--- I Or Coleman who timely use of Chamberlain's rhla sigaatnre U on wry box of the gennin
master. died
A. It Ba... > twelve times in the cold In one daz.
to get up tin < r of the best patent medicines the remedy that cares a ,
I one daughter living who is !S'J
eight and had even backache and years factured and which is always kept
pains< in the khh'I"a: ,; cured by old. The old negress is In excellent hand at the home of ye scribe. Water coolers that do not No. & South Palafox Street.

Foley'n funSold by W. A.lI'lt'ml..rt' I health, and talks very Interel-tn;'y is not intended as a free puff for waste ice at the Willis All Kinds o. Plumbing and Oa* Fittings Materials Kara on Hand

!::1 1 tnnnh PalaiOs street : of incidents before and during the company who do not adveitise eLriPHnwF Mlt -KKuufV A""."

i war. us. bu' to benefit little sufferers Hardware Co.'s.WEE1LY -

Wl'l Be Represented at Fair. I, may not be within easy acce.-s

l1. low .hit; : S, Ii. )Ior-. s',r. No False Claims. physician. No family should.. HCIIKULI-, Mivery:

G rftary of th :>10 al 1 l..dg<*, ('n l",1 Com- The proprietors of' Foley's Honey out a bottle of this medicine in FOR STEAM DIVISION 41ei ai.1a

nierrlal T-n-'n*, writes to C.Hatflidd ;=*. and Tar do not advertise'this as a house, especially in summer
Lansing Iowa. Journal. For sale I -\COLA KLKC7KICTKKM1N:
M-I utaiv .if th.'orl all diuecists and! medicine .. SfiTK-SOK! A'
: .
Fraternal Muiid'ni;; a :'.Miation. tha ( not claim it will cure this dread RAILWAY COMPANY.Tr :
complaint in advanced C'3't'S. but do AND JOBBER OFHARDWARE.
the orca 01. a'lIn .t i< praitually- leave PensacoU for the Lu" IMPORTER
fain will I I-.. It'I'| '' .n'd in the IrA I I positively assert that it will euro in Karon, Bin Bayou warrington, >'aTy Yen
; the earlier stages and never fails to Tn H! and Fort Karrancas at

terwl) buiM'ns. at the Louisiana Piiriha I Rive comfort and relief in the wart e IIppy p p 0 ill e etf 'i::it'll.m.arrive at Barrancai 7:lD a,i.IOMJU ,
.r im<' ;t1'ni The Junior Order I cases. Foley's Honey and Tar is a. in.arrive lit Fort Barrancat JO:4S .t

of Am r:i an M"'i'hanics probaMvwill : without doubt the greatest throat at''l furnished home. .;11 I'miB.m.arrlveatKort' Barrancai It pn

M' r.'lIt.. 'lit,',) :.-iTo > lung rrnu'dv H, tu'. .nl.,titMTSold $ Quinn can supply ftIS 8lO: D.m.p. m.arrive arrive ai at tort tort Barrancai Barrancas 4 TMip:15 p t Iron Nail- Axe- :-:' v. I I- jw Mil)
'i\ \\'. .1. II) V. m1"" I M. ':1] S"i."i :u"p.m.lUrl\'e.t t ort Barrancat 8: 5p.r -= \'[!, ('"'.111 inland: H'-atin/ -:..vey, pan. OilWindow -
with all needed in the Fort Jor Pease '...I- i.J Fi Tickle
Chicago's Realty $1.263,92250. I'nli''i \ -ti- Train 'U1e Harr.anca. (ila-- inn- PI- J :-111.2

('hit as.'. J'Il", :-t')1... ..luntf'.tu. \' t. ;.:' of house furnishings at cola 1aa.m.: at arrive at Pn acola ... H:.en AL'atc fill I Tiuwal'c lulu Hoihcriirnislifiij! ; (U J foils.

I .' in' "' i: a1! tl!.' r. alfy in ("I.faX1 rswest prices cash or ( I1Ul1 P m.; at 1't'o..acol..l1 p.D

's t a ., ? ::11 :-':! ;..1 '.;,d ir1'! r 1\ CASTOR IA ;;imp. m."rrvl'it nrrive at hi-ncacoia PPn'acOla.-. 5.45 y.s p.D h"AGEN- FOIL KIUMINSHAM KOLMNU MILL COMPANY"p.fvrt ]

a.hHI I"i > 1'ii" ..' :1 CC: a"". .' For Infants and Children CNICHESTERS ENGLISH T:9ip: )"p m m.arrive at rVntasoia.-__. t.Ji, tiltllttH'.d: : ', l hi'; !l-ii.-r'; :N'irttriiiiptoti. hi .

"ahull'" 'I'. t.:'11' ,.f "I' full 1\ p 's: 5p m.arrlvrat Peamcola.__ t.f"lD" Vl CM., 1, -fun & Hind Pol'r ( ".. J hll..II'! 1\1

rlall'I', 1' I '" ,41"1fOr-\ ,I. The Kind Ycu Have Always Bougiv fiVRQYAL' !ltta rGiY' only, trio Kiiiif ,and luck! mh v'--slid Huii.--, \\ ,
PAEL I'iiiA (1'- Hw HII" Lac" I.-.iti.rr.: .La' :. ,' -
'10111'I '1.. ,
a tearue \\ 11. I Fort Barrancas and retort r'
a'Mf'1o t n.. AI t 4bJ. ('!III tII."IFh" 1.\It i fensacola! to Made Railroad C-.l<..rMAM -.
lard and return ea
toil..1 ::: I 'P' i.I:" .\I I" L.J..J:1f t""I. 1,111. 1.1I '. PenaacolatONavy '
... 1' .' ';'jlyIUrto .1r l 44 Ae ; r 'f ... I.ut..o sl ber. K, I'emaaoia to Palmetto Beach and revert'.DAY If Teltltlt'. P' n4aeoIa. FJi\,
on ft'.1 n (1.1..1: 1' and I' <:< ..,,"..... ..4 .. )I(
\ ff !! > .. ,
Mlmt, ; .,' $1 _', : :: .:! .. T ''- .. I'url'i."...e.'..T..l.....I.r ,. >-n weather permits the running t
[! ,, ,, ,
---- \ "I: U frIO ,.
Ui'.s'd t T I' '.1\?,! '..r the a..., -"- t. u.u \.1. 1..........iI.' ,to"',",'. ..' .' open coach.
', -- < M<-br.l.r I h. .deal rentaooia Lv Fort Barraeea : 1 W. B. WRIG>>T COfflPflflYMASCFACTCRERS
sore 0t \ ;ir'an.Ji against; a: i MYERS VOTES AGAINST .tiro"o..... |-
tat o: f'::'"' ::;.';. ::: last )','31'. or In in II a. m. 'J mIp.m. \

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Bcttles Cured Him. Senate Bill No. 132: A Bill to be cr-kES d.xhar C+nni u ral1nIrtaa.a ?. 5 6p.m p. t1 8 p pm.m,, -_ ,- 1 LUMBER LATHS,
GWrlavd irntalwns or c:.rfatn.aaeltol.rltlr. Y' r
"I was troubled with kidney complaint entitled "An Act to provide for school .. tf macoai tpm tpm ,

for about ono years." writes .\. books in the counties of this State s r.gdry hiii1eee, and Dot uina- rail roa BCBDATc '
a. ittE.r.sChtu tRa. gent .r poiaunou7iiciattyo 'eaiacoiato ort Barrancai Nap I SATED CYPRE&SSflINGHS..Klin.rfjIJ! ; 1
H Davis of Mt; la !bat> twoUttle liP pi 'J.
? The bill passed the senate by a vote foie by Drstrgiab, I and aad return----
of FoK'y's Kidney Cur.- !ffoct. d.1a e.a.a. of vent in plats -nrp r, oiacoia to Palmetto Beach act I
t .urc" Sold by W A of 17 to 11, Mr Myers voting againstit. f. br exrr.?,, tr.paid, Iai "itTt'ri________ 15.No PENSACOI.A. FLA.
permanent I' ...
t 3 told ,,
ar S
D'Alemfccrt 1:1 outh I'alafos streeti (Senate Journal, Page 611.) Y ifxala[ KLt oa R+Lta freight received after 1:11 p, 11:


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Jt.B.013EERS Now Has 700 Members and Serves "Let the COLD DUST: twins tio your work." ,I' .
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2,500 Newspapers. -- j

Washington. July 4.-The census For State Senator. j

Guaranteed Pure. bureau has issued its leport on pricing TJP fripud*
I SOLD EVERYWHERE. and publishing in the United hereby announce him a* a candid HE hereby announce myself as a icmdid.ate.for

States for the census year 190i.). It for rtiate Senator from thi*. the r erfn'l -I' county commissioner!
Senatorial Di-trict. and reipect- from di-trict, subject to the action J
VlIF&LIrit1ti says that the Associated: Press now of the voters at the democratic 1
Ju l ll> fully a-k the ;support of all Democrats ensuing
tourWOUII POOR. has about 700 members more than \ primary July 15.
I for ohm at the comin'jr primary.
:solf and wife. half of which are afternoon dailies! I D. W. C. YAHBROCOH. .
s-u.U' I supine? j j.hat's Millionaire! Gives Forte: : To Found and serves about 2,500 daily and weekly '1 For Representative.The .

what She's the | Convalescent Home. : papers in addition. Most of the friends of Scott M. Loftin take For County Commissioner. ,

: that ever happened. New York. July 4.-Being far advanced papers served are in the United Stated 1! thi* mean* of announcing him a* a The friends of J. B. Roberts! announce >

in and .-i i candidate for in the him as a candidate: for reelection ,
\. .. years, : having no imm but there are 50 more in Canada Mexico : Representative :
diate relatives to whom to bequeath' Cuba and Porto Rico. I Legislature from Escambia county, as county commiionerfrom
and they desire the of all District 1, subject to the action *
.1Ing .hc 1.nch.r. his vast fortune. John M. Burke :a 1, In Its regular news service the Associated Democrats in the primary. of the democratic primaries! July !f

n'jtuin.- like experience wealthy retired merchant and railroad Press now uses 9,345 miles ;:.( Snow white clothes are the resilt of 1ISrf 15. They believe that the material I.

.. is
'f" I H no holding back: a corporation real and personal prop by night. The annual revenues derived GOLD DUST The friends of Henry C. Cloptonj I rt-electiou and they ask the support ','r.-I Life. erty to the amount of $$4,000,000 fbr tie' I from assessments levied on the announce him as a candidate for of every democrat in securing it. '

purpose of founding a convalescent served exceed $1,900,000 h makes light the labors" of washing Turns wash representative in the Legislature I j
newspapers day into play day. Far beer than Soap ar.J more from Escambii county, and requestthe For County Commissioner. j j jI
W V" wi home in or near the borough of and over 50,01)0< words are daily received economical.;
of all democrats in the
r' lal'1 support announce myself a candidate for .i]
hattan. and transmitted at each of the Made only by THE N. K. FA'RBANK COMPANY. coining democratic NimarFor .\ election as countcommii"ner for '
\ The corporation is knwn as the' important For gathering -j Chicago New York. Boston. St. Loa.s. I 'j
Have more offices. district No. 1, at primary to be held I
'IiTou\ Winifred Masterson Burke Relief A-J foreign news the Associated Makers of OVAL. FARY: SOAP. Representative.The I July 15th, and ask for the support of :

i k I sociation (Winifred Masteron Burk"1 Press: has contract relations with various I --- friends of Chas. 1. C05ton announce I all democrats. .

Items the name of Ins mother, now foreign agencies with which it Mrs. McKinley's Niece To Wed. him as a candidate for representative LEE DAXIELL. :
I II in the legislature from I ____ __ _0 t
| RheumatismUR1CSOL deceased), and besides Mr.I Burke : exchanges news. Denver Co'n! Juiy 3.-The he- E-cambia county, and they ak the For County Commissioner. '

the trustees are Abram S. Hew at. I throthal! is announced of Major Ralpnliartn ; support of all democrats in the com-

.", S0BH William HubbardVhite., Edward M LEFT HER HUSBAND 28 TIMES. '!. .>f Denver and Miss Mary lint primary. The friends of W. A. shelby hereby ',
I announce hi* candidacy for reelection -
the great tested led Shepard and Frank K. Stun ls. The i i I, Berber of Canton 0.. the favorite as county commissioner

# .D.>lursc k -iue ires Liter. Kidney au
I , I Madrid. July 3.-The treaty of tral >. ak for him the hearty: 'ul'I'Ortof all j i
gUI while in:null.ik ot tht administration be reserved U' ago to Joseph F. Hfk. now the Railroad Commie-ion, I solicit

(,f bottle.wonderful For cer-mleir I II :! Mi IJurk., during his lifetime after farmer In Lancaster to whom commerce and amity between tie the Mipport of all Democrats who I democrats. -, |t 't-Mtor '

- Jl p-r druggist ran not ; whnh ii will be demoted to the paripoe i I she bore fj ihildien' though in ll'O I United States and Spain was aigued tu- approve of the declaration of principles -!' Civisuly Commissioner. [ '1

MDI prtpiilil upou i of the foundation. 38: years of her married life she was i day. set forth in my platform. .
A .1 lrl'II After due consideration I appealto
sent to
: I II -- -- Copies platform any one
I Mr Burke made his fortune, \\hlolr 1 forced to Kave her husband no less Fole\'s Kidney Cure purifies the addressing me at We-t: Palm Reach. my many friends and the democratic -

I ,cslCeiiicalCo.lcsAngeIes1Cal.!; is onbideiably over $4,
or the South Anien -an trade. and spent many :,: nek: today petitioned for an absolute < tones -up the whole system. Cures I'[ office ot county commis-ioner from -

?akin Drug Co. Atlanta 6a.stnbuting !1 i divorce from her husband. i kidney and bladder troubles. Sold by'W. For County 1 reasurer. 'I di-trict four of Escambia county. -
,:-r &, years of his life In the :South::; Ameii-! j i -
Frank K.
': The friend- uf Rrays ner 1'lee remember me at the primary
Agents. countries He and Eck In opposing the action admits A. D'Alembeite, 121 South I'ala-
can is a bachelor candidate I II
''fox! street. hereby announce him as a election: of the democratic party
t"% ..."" when he retired from business many that his wife: \left him as many as 2S for County Treasurer of Kscambia I July 15.; ltlu2 I). M. 1\1 fHRI1T.

years aso; became interested in raIl. times. He says that the first time County, subject to the action of the Olive, Fla.

I roads and is at the present time a she went away was four days after I cr democrat! primaries July 15, and I

Nasal director in several western railroads.It their marriage when !he was gone for f -. ask for him the support of the voter For Count}' CciuIlsieMiuner.Thc .,
Ass8 has been his ambition to dedicate: 1 24 hours and that on the other orca- 'I rti : For County Treasurer.I friends of R. Rathwell of

CThRRH I In LIB lifi-time a substantial part o! { slons she stayed away sometimes a? I C 1- j\. i_ announce myself a candidate for Bluff Springs hereby announce him
5 his estate to the relief of worthy men j I long as six weks. She alleges thatI L_=___ k tI renomination for the po-ition of as a candidate for County Commissioner
s t ere I 'j'
from district No. of I':
and women who, notwithstanding theirwillingness I her husband has "a peppery temper.1I county treasurer of Ecambia county cam.

.. ISuliui'b to support themselves, I He alleges in his affidavit that li" subject to tie action of the democratic bia county, subject to the action of '
: i i nil the democratic. primaries July 15,
: ( have become holly or partly unable to has been: "one of the kindest huvj primary. J. V.'. FRATER. and ask for him the support of the

1c.- do so I bands in the land," and that all the voters .

I temper is on the other side of the For Tax Assessor. -
.. .t' ..\ Chairman Executive Committee.
i house. I hereby announce myself 11= a
sioo uiw.\in ,sioo. j I \ 4 candidate for re-election a* Tax Assesor The friends of John B. Jones here

I. "II' .!<,. 'In'o s a -,the-'tr.K.1 Ke\;..ei spreads u u1) The readers: : of tin- plper will heplead Raleigh as Tobacco Market. | TT.'r/\ : ) 'C"i I.1. for K-cambia county, subjectto by announce his candidacy for chair.

\-, .s c it -irr,' i'p to learn that there: i i.* at lea-t Raleigh. N. C.. July 4-Raleigb, / the action of the democratic primary man of the Ecambia County Demo I

.. I.Ife" : '.o cent at Dru:. one dreaded disease! that ideuceU. '! which IS years ago, was marie a to I (f \ 'tJ- July IZ,. cratic Executive Committee, subject '
/ I
; "I .
LT/i: to the action of the democratic
-k.a.S" :"Cl'nl h11l1'" ., bf-eii able to cure in all itt8ei: baoro markff and which for lack ot : .. W. W. RICHARDS. of the the
voters county at large at
.nI; ::..:',; tt:irren Mrect. Ntw York. Catarrh zeal and lost that business .' _" _,;, !
mid that is catarrh. support
For Tax Collector.I primary July 15, and ask for him

............ ..... Cure i- the only positive cure now is apain to h. made a market. Well I' hereby announce iny>elf a;; a the hearty support of the voters. .. .
-_: - :- .:;. icnown to the medical fraternity known Oxford fiiirs have Teased 1.1 I The Servant cafididate'for re-election as Tax Col- ,
Catanh heinjj a constitutional di-;-i I For Secretary Executive Committee.
PUBLICITY FORTE two warehouses herA. The tobacc' lector for caoibia county subject
"'i- ,, require- constitutional treattjiHtit. i' crop in this section blis fair to betwice ( to the action of the democratic primary The friends of Ben D. Deere: announce
Hall'* Catarrh Cure i.* taken
PEOPLE. internally, acting tlirt'ctl.r11")1\ the as lance:: as" *T"r !befoie It ;s i Girl Question -: July 15.A. I his candidacy for Secretary
H. D'Al.EMHEKTE. <.f the Ecambia County Democratic
blood and imicoiit Mirfaceof the the expectation that aD much as 4,000 ] -
---- ---- ---
te,-, Word Costi \ 011 a Cent sy-fin, thereby de-troyinsthf bun |:. full pounds will bf handled here dunnc I* easily solved when you pro. For Tax Collector. action Executive of the Committee democratic: ,subject voters to the of
d'atiou ot the di-e.i-e. and jriviiifj the I vide yourself with Gas The friends of liellinger
and I-ery; Wrrd i is Read the coming season. I/eaf will be on a Range during Henry: the whole county at the primary
patienttrenth; by building! up the the market in A1\ nl't. The crop is i the heated term. If she "leaves" nounce him a* a candidate for Tax July 15; and ask for him the support
I lih>c r\ hoI> : coh-titutior. and t-itiiig nature I ind Collector of cambia county, subject a

+.,...... -_ : -: -- =- :;..;..;........ ======--+ .)injr its irk. The proprietors far earlier now than It \va.; ten yeaiS '\j you and you are obliged to do your to the democratic primary to beheld of the voters. -

::2Ar'.I'- TO l..l'N. nave *o much faith in it> curative :: ago.; .,-. cook n{ you will hardly blame her, July 15 l'H)2! and request the For Member Executive Committee.The .

- pow -r-. that they "Her ()Ilf' Hundred 1, when you hare to eutfer the dicom- support of all Democrat

: M\\ | hOl... iKt lurm- 1).1larfor any (I'e fails to Crazy Drunk: KUIs; Nejro. |I forts of a coil fire during the summer ----- friends of John Touart announce .

\I. I ",. ,.t nit r.ii,'l-.if ;-rr- cure. Send for li-t of t ?,.till..uial. :; Columbia.S.C.. July 4.-.Ir. St.phenJackson. month (ia.* i- clean economical [ For Member School Board. him as a candidate for member
I l' ...I- ..t't: H TI '1PI Addrt', F. j. CHENEY: & Co., a man of high! stand.n and comfortable: and you don't need The friend- \\. M. Afrerton here- of the County Executive Committee
\ S \l \ IDt' .\. .\. L, ...r Toledo O. negro for from precinct 12:! and ask for
your tire only when you actuallyneed by announce his candidacy the I
I \ tM't was shot to death on his office stepsIn
him the
votes of the democrats of
ur""ld bj' Drug i-ts, Tic. It. nomination aa member of the
Darlington b.v A. McXin'h, a white -chool board from di-trict No. X, the precinct at the primary July 15.
i I"" L..t.fl; IIlIJjW\.a
.11 ..,' ," -T-mail nmnuiit-ut ;.>,,, stone ma.-ion. There is no reason for -ubjtct to the democratic PrimarYJuly -- ---- - -

-, .t, mt>-' *l ( nil on l.i.-li'.- IS.. brook;. IRON TRADE PROSPECTS BRIGHT. 4 the crime except that McNlnch was Pen acola Gas s Co. the 15th. HtO:!. For Member Executive Committee.
i at law. ."1 falafol $L., K.lif .. .
-- ---- -- The friends of Frank 1:1'111nn.
xmlm -- i crazy drunk. lie got into the hui'l I I.I I.
Member Board Public flounce him a* :i candidate for member
For Instruction.The
Consum-tion Greater and Prices Hih.; i Ing and resisted the officers, but was No. 3 S. Palafox St., Pensacola. FlaCHOICEST
1 Ward of the County Executive! Committee -
\ \ I'-I'-floyou/ money finally arrested friend- of Hon. Elij II.
re-Production of Increases.
I" '" i 01\' nay aiuouot you want uiuounce hi- name aa candidate ,, from precinct ii: amid a-k for
.,. *. nn and lown r*teb. ('h.t iaii1. O.. July 3. The Iron ; for re-tlect'on a-> tlIt-mbt-r of the I him the support of the democratic
i i tMic.un :uiprovfd citv r.alu Trail in H-iitr, Stiy Soatb Pttla- < 'The Best Liniment For Strains.Mr. I Hoard of Public In-truction from precinct primary
iliiKnib in lib i issue : Ji-trict No. lit K-cambia July 15. ,
In-tf cuiu-nt says -(IFf 3 county, {
F. H.Vehis.. the merchant ct'Deer __ _ _ _
F1v. uoii. trad, ri.ttia upon the s-':- -ul je-t to II." action uf the tmu.
\K. i I'" ( KROW MONEY ; Park Long Hand. X. Y. say: : 15.; For Executive Committeeman. I
cratic primarieJuly
9,ire your property pro- OM! bait ol I:,":! with Jll'Ospects fully! f FRUITS ANDCONFECTIONER[ '
., .' .i'i.!' buy or sell real esII'HIIJ us liiiuht a" ulien the year\ "1 always rtcuumund Chamberlain; i I: htrtby announce myself as a !
I ,
drscription, have For County Commissioner. candidate for member of the County
with tousumptiou"later: ami prictshiphir. Pain Balm as the best liniment lor
\"ir tahatt.ndd to,
-AT- I Executive Committee from Precinct !
-- I'lii-s. Watson & Co. I .'il it last winter for hereby announce myelf ;ia
At tin. bminnsiis' 01 tlu- year strain: iis> a I Thirtt'l'11Iud solicit the of
'Durance HjeaU, 1' nsiniodtrztte. candidate for re-election a- county support
ToeTwryon* theie was the 5HIUU.s hampering of severe laiht-li- ill tilt1 side, rum t- C. APOSTLE'S I commi'-ioner from district 2 of .E"'I. Democratic voterat the coming
in ui we will lead money insufficient railroad facilities. ing; front a s-t:'am. 1111.1l'a" guatpliasul .> cambia eotilit'ubjvct to the action : primary. J.\MI-S: L. SWEENEY
>d a bouse. sd-tf with tl''"> quick itlirt and ('unit : i
"Pig iron production has UK'reased in of the democratic primaries July 15,1 -
11 East fitramett St.
I'Ifl' t. 01. t. ir sak l.y all dug
: LoCt 'l'IN. the six months being 200"iort f>f the voter. For Executive Committeeman. .
c'-t- .unl: I i'n; 'I. il'1 ah I1-
... n'" "0__' ___. a month gn-atci on June 1 than on -:-- FormErly Cordova Restaurant HtancO I JOHN (J. \\'.:1..11.for The friend-of ThoW.. Kent announce I i
: h. WilliE will rontmut bun candidate for 1
a a member :
\ l ..!i
inirrb.- Hoisted school liv room Mltii of run production which is now istrlcted Beara : K iij b Hala *:tos3i4!!: to $2.0o !per dozen. Frank John-ou IItHban- Committee from precinct 1:1. -ubject !

'. 'inri'cnntlv returntdi b>' labor troubU s. With eve -> ; cLe h __ ___ nounce- hiui-elf ua candidate for i to the action of the primary>', and ask :

'f1hll"ctlonlth the elo-: nerve trained in these six mor.t1'- 6i:0iiOSTLTTER'c-fltki rejection as county cnmnH- i"nH i| for him the -upport of the:! voters. .
t' nets a suiixni.T-ohool. !
Iiir" :!:t. 'lhf.vhav.'nlso tht- iron trade has been unable to I'PI' =GOLAY@ from district four, K-cambia county ,
i'''- ul M t-3 Jomin.UWln: ,, with the demands of a phenomena. -ubject to the will of the democratic i For Member Executive Committee.
,'. who will give It'S-oiis iniiintiiship voters in the coming primaries. HP 1 The friend. of'h;
If Grist and Corn r Meal Wills.JE. l ; an.
I" to their renular prosperity. \HI fIlt tdUit I
doe this for the that he his f.r of
I .11 'uirii' I'M-'W W.'ll li lll.oi ; : rea-on: nounce candidacy member
\ can no tak> F. GONZRIiEZ & CO., Prop i, i j wants; the otlice and think he can :'the County Executive Committee
ion :'.tII. Strike Situation Unchanged. [ CELEBRATED elne a ii.tter tan, i be of bent-fit to the bet intere-t;* of :, from precinct 14 and a..k for him the
-- -- MancfactcrersCHOICKMKALAM the whole If hi* friend- of the democrats of the
Dirmil. ham. Ala.. July 3.-The Mr, HitterItithr j county. -upport pre-
.I I..'" niOHt deslrnltle: lot In -. ,. h.-st h-nllj ntortr ) ITliKGKOUNr j iiud th. people intere-ted ajrree with met at the primary July., .-,. It
It sy t..rms. by the t Isber ation the suspension of wur;, kiiov i toiM .
\ IaIafozIWt1 STOCK FKKI). :: him he will appreciate theirup-
t\.lj (
"a'y. 'OU\b kRT\ iicc, an! will
vuI at the coal mines where the Uni' 1 For Member Executive Committee.
[ port.
Patronize Home Industry for there It :
',. Mine Workers ot America are ,'ru every r"a on you should hay your Meal and :: The friendof \\'. R. Wright an- '
llt-ill-* plo\ed is OIK'hanged. if" tock teed from the Home i1 anolactnrt'r.lor j For County Commiss oner. nouuce hi*! candidacy for member of
->* x N Vrf
by '0 doing yon encourage borne Indnitry. -
\, Iv lurnialied rooms at : k NervottscsMc Your money Is It'ftln the community I The friendof' J.V.. JJrewton i the County Executive Committee .
-: -trit.. a lit! Marietta at Cape Haitien. and yoa In hum n are Indirectly benefited. I district No. > announce him uu from precinct M, subject to the action
--- ---- ---- Flatulr.c In fostering the bom manufacturer you l candidate for re-election from aid ,
i r \\'it'I-'luh'. Cape llditien, July 3.-The Uri contrbutetothecanseot labor. You ow, of the democratic primary July :
IndigestnnMalaria. ;idi-trict, subject to the action of tht and =k for him the of
:111, a
------ States Marietta It to tbecommunity In which you live ant support I mI J
gunboat has
\\ \ jnoii .olicitor: will pay armhero > which contributes to Tour tupport. | primaries;; July 15.;; i the voter of the precinct. ; ,
"i .ion' to rlIH oinAd- from San Juan. Porto Uii' i .
..nit'", mtf __ _ I
: whuh port ht !left Julj 1. The tu\\ ITTER5 and Agn. -_---_-- -- I I
\\' 'l'1; U.JV .
ww-w-- ............. IS Tr> it. .GO
+ :
\ h.\" young: mi'n from K>- U j
i uunty at onc to prepurt'foriioxVrnnifiit
... *-erice.p- Foley's Honey and PROFESSIONAL CARDS.

nil-1 orrea. hut.Cedar Hap- ,. _. ._ I
A'o ------ ----- -
F. E. !

\\ > \ TEP t>ya willmj? 15-year-; W. C. ROWE, M. D.
\uu'll Had bun at No, t,
',ret JUt FRED MYERS, FRIENDOF Office: ITS S. I'alafoi.

\\ It.'- \tl klndi 01 empty beer Houri from S to 9:. a. m and 1 t:1; P. m
", H. A, KRIEDMAS.: noT tf I THE BEEF TRUST and after o'clock -For Seven Days we will Offer the Following Prices- I

t t lit.. 'ullit'I. liorio ODe
\ -- 20 doz Men's French Neck, drop2'si Pair Men's New Orleans hewed You should look at our line of I
\ i'v.twnrIhypvrcintflaChuviatiage
hum"ohle'tah. Senate Bill No. 18: A Bill to be IrI stiched undershirts for 2jc ; drawers or Cable Screwed hhoes. for this sale Ladies' High and Low Cut Hhoes. i '?
.. -dlid tUifinciHl landln ; PARKER'SHAIR to match. U.21)j solid leather. We I
entitled "An Act to prohibit arrangements BALSAM I ; can save you money. 1
Sl lsu
ir oashalary
iv.. b weekly rdnesday, with all exi contracts agreements, trustsor Cl....... tad brwmnc u. b&1r.Proowcn 25 doz Men's Fancy! Striped, Lace 175 Pairs Men' Hand Hewed Vici 1,000 yards Lawn, fast colored I oJ
ti i iiu headquarters; moneypetiies. Never Fill A iDiurimcl to Beitort fourth.Oray and Plain, Kilk Finished, Bal rJgan worth 8'jC to close at oc yard.
certain other Kid Shoes in four different
and shape
\ Manager, I7U "HI- combinations, liE to Youthful Color. I I
its Undershirts at 45c each drawers to
(':,icago. Js&tfl&w: Intended to or tendingto C\1RI..p d'vmw.k b..rf........ Ibe..ndI.tii ; toe; regular $4, for this sale *2.'JJ a 500 X.Bar Mu"Iin, regular 7o ,
acts or things flrnrra J match.
pair. goods to close at 4'ijc yard. I 1-
I'Ol'IILlt'V. prevent hinder or obstruct the law. 10 doz Men X-Rar Undershirt, .
-- -- I,ClJO'ard Unbleached Domestic i
COMB BROWN LEtiHORSI ful sale of Florida fed beef, or other DR. KING'S worth SUe, for loc ; drawers to match. I have bonzht; the full line of Levy- to close atI2'c.! ; f
,,""lyItoell. and Eggc( for sale.r beef meat or cattle or other edible 25 doz Men's Scriven Patent seam Pou Co. boys' shoes that I will close l.GOO yards Best Check Gingham, j jI

---- at Willis HatdwareCo's. lustf tending TRY NEW DISCOVERY I side drawers worth 65c, for this sale out at cost. fan colored, regular 7c goods, for ';
animal in this state or I 3sc.: this sale fic.
11.\.11t ( ()()1)'oi, | 125 pair Boys' Easy Walkers, regular : !
to monopolize the sale of or the price 2S doz Boys! Extra Size Pants, 12 to pieces White and Red Table i1
\ t\R\H--iEIR.E-.tannfat -r FOR THAT COLD. oOc goods! to close at 35c pair. LIIO '
thereof." 17 years, worth II a pair, for this sale regular 40c good, to close at
;, in Kair (ioOd 5. Hats.Toilet
;.,. '. U air Oil,etc.,Sit W. Government Referred to tHe Judiciary committeeof i t TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. oOc. 75 pair Men's Low-Cut Patent 25c yard. No one over 5 yards.

chairman. Cures Consumption.Ccughs, \Ve carry a full line of Boya' Wash Leather Shoes! we have been selling 30 pieces Medicated 21-inch Cotton 1

I I.nn'r.. i.'ur -1-'uncralc.- which Mr. Myers was ,:Colds Bronchitis Asthma Pants. Call and see them. at f2.80 pair, to close at f 1.75 pair. Diaper worth 85c, for this sale GOc.

(Page 61.) .
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\r .P. *'','Ptl KRS! in FOR hoaquen FUNERALS special fornUnedI designs Judiciary Committee, after careful PneumoniaHay Fever.pleu. This Sale will Positively Not Run Longer Than Seven Days.
v No.
t olette* Moreno, S3 West Gregory examination, returns Senate Bill risy, LaGrippe, Hoarseneas
flidlmV r T Bl j j r -

-' .t.'l'. I'ISY11tii. 18 103., )without recommendation. (Page 'Sore Whooping Throat Cough., Croup and : Remember the place, F. E. Brawner's, CndidateforCounty Treasurer '

w t., 'W EKS and Floralil''jg On passage of Senate Bill No. 18, ,

y''j,1 '1.1 \. iini ordered for cnnomers voted NO. (Page 312,) I NO CURE. NO PAY. 10J SOUTHPALAFOX STREET. @ '
t* Moreno Mr.
g t SiS West Gregory I Pric SOc. ,nd $1. TRIAL BOrrUS FREE. i _
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, r-t; and1 MYERS RALLY Used in Hot Weather CUTTING AFFRAYAT "atroo est t ID t th'\11o1"\ d

I i I Politics j AT CENTURY

PICNIC The 42d Annual Statement for Vet

,, Roland at tbe Poet Office at Peoucola, Paine's CeleryCompound Ending December 3Ui, 1901 nl
rsa..tecood-clMi matter. A special train with a good manyof

OFFICE :-Htf Building, :114 South Politicians jj the Myers faction left here yes-
I'a&aIOI lunt. op-italrt. Burgess seriously stabbed a .
terday morning for Century to attend -
young man named Emanuel at a
THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. ? H3E3eXX&Those the "big barbecue and ral
picnic, given by Millview people at
I ly" there. Seme of those who went I LIFE ASSURANCE! [ SOCIETY
Term: Invariably in Advance.DuYearbyMaU. who went to the opera Mm ul I11ti[orates the Body the head of the Big Bayou, yester .
stated their return at 5:45; I
._ _. _.$500 house Thursday night expecting to upon p. Six
day. was not arrested up to : ... ...... .. .
Assets .
.I Months .. __ 28Om m. that the entire county population ant Maintains a Stroig ail $331.oas-tf:
bear Gen. Lamar lambast his
but details
opponents noon today, of the affair
Monday lu Reserve and other Liabilities
Week,by Carrier Payable
I I dropped in on the town and spent .. .. .
4 or make bombastic utter- Clear Brain. have been reported to the sheriff. I 259.5tL-.fi7j
/drnrtising Mes Furnished on Application I the day there.
ances, were disappointed. His ad- Nix and Emannel were in a most I Surplus(from which DiLT

TELEPHONE NO. 118.PEI8AOOLA dress was clean-cut, high.toned, con- Free transportation was a drawingcard Thousands of people in whose hilarious mood, superinduced by an deeds are paid)... .... .! 7| ',:'') .( .

and many took advantage ofit blood lurk the seeds of disease, decline
servative and he favorably im-
over supply of whiskey. During the
and when ,
said for the ride and nothingelse. mentally physically In19t)1.
UNION EEL pressed all who heard him-not by they the hot weather comes on. They day slight difference arose betweenthe :& ill..:.

become weak, languid, morose, have New Insurance in 1901. .
$ 21.II:
t ilr any flow of flowery language or two, and Emanuel applied some : 7
I loss of loss of with
memory, appetite
tt The Hon. Total Insurance in force
principal speaker was
graceful gesture, but by his evident wasting of flesh. ;, improper and indecent names to I Dec. 31, 1901..n.I'9.> ; .J7b-
I' JULY 5,1902'ACrOR1ISet his \V. A. Blount, whose Century ora- For all such, Paine's Celery Com- .;
t honesty and the sincerity of pound is an absolute necessity at : Nix. The latter began to carve the Notwithstanding the greater financial

declarations of loyalty to the great tion was his! third yesterday. He this time. It is the only remedy ap human flesh, and would have done I strength of the Society and u! ?

to a recently published spoke at Muecogee and Bluff Springs proved of by able physicians! for greater security which its pM. )'.
of the and of his
census bulletin( more than one- mass people pur- purifying and enriching the blood I more damage had not friends offeredinterference. holders thereby enjoy, the H.-\TF.-\

!! half of tbe 700 newspapers belonging pose to continue to labor in their I also, and endeavored to reach Pen- for feeding and nourishing the are LOW and GUARANTEEbe.,

sacola in time nerves, for maintaining digestive ter than given by other .
to speak at Magnolia conir-at .e
the Associated Press membership behalf if they saw fit to honor him
to vigor, for the building flesh, tissue Parties from Millview( this morning -

t are published in the. afternoon. by election to represent them in Bluff. and muscle, and for promoting refreshing stated that Emanuel was in avery
---- I. and healthful sleep. KXOWLES BROS.
THE strike of the carpenters for con re5!'. GENERAL UMAlfIN If your condition of health is not I bad fix, the hot weather work- ,

an eight-hour day at Jacksonville i satisfactory; if you are not happy, ing against his early and safe General Agent,
ba been settled and the men are at That Wm. B. Lamar has been a active, and vigorous at present, try
the virtues of one bottle of Paine's recovery. H, Palafox St..
, work. They get b hours' pay for b true friend of the people is proven JACKSON COUNTY Celery Compound ; you will have. 1309 >At : Ai

hours' work and everybody is satis- by his record for long years as a pub. cause to thank Heaven that such a I Treat Your Kidneys For Rheumatism. I

I lie servant in the capacity of legislator ,- marvelous recuperator was placed j j i When you are suffering from rbeu- i MYERS VOTED AGAINST
fled.A I Hon. Wm. B. Lamar addressed alarge within your reach. ,I I matism. the kidneys must be attended
WASHINGTON dispatch an- and His The following letter from Hon. J.i i
attorney general. opponents / to at ont:a so that they will eliminate I
i and enthusiastic gathering of 8.McCarthy, Washington, D. C., a REQUIRING RAILROADS
nounces the issue of the warrant have closely scrutinizedthat ',, the uric acid from the blood. Foley's
of national is' I
the Indiau war claim, amounting to democratic voters and ladies at Dell- gentleman reputation, ji j|I. Kidney Cure is the most effective
record and sought diligently to a blessed assurance to all hot weather i TO BUILD DEPOTS
I remedy for this U. T. Hopkins -
6t-l,617.U'. It was quick work. Let I IU4 purpose.
| wood iu Jackson county yesterday sufferers that Paine's Celery Com-i
find flaws in something they I I of Polar, Wis., says: "After unsuccessfully i
that the legislature will not { pound can bestow that health and I _
hope i I
received and heartily :i |'
and was cordially doctoring three years for i II
I could him vigor so much needed at this season: ] I
the use against ,some mistake, I
.o quickly expend- money. ; applauded. Voters were present "I was suffering with nervousness, I rheumatism with the best doctors, I Senate Bill No. 74. To be ---
: some act against the interests of the loss of appetite, and insomnia. I tried Foley's Kidney Cure and it "An Act to require railroad c C', _
"FL JRIIIA wants an Aladdin to from all parts of the county and they cured III 1:'. I cannot speak too highly i
graat mass; of the people-but they was all run down, and nothing did Ii tions to construct
build up the West! Coast the same as of this great nivdifint Sold byV.. passenger depot'
Fourth of the me good, until friend advised
I enjoyed a happy one any a
the East Cost; has been built up. have utterly failed to find anythingof I me to try Paiue's Celery Compound.I ': A. D'Altmbert., 121 South Palafox I their lines of roads and to prov,,:,

We want a railroad skirting the I that character. Wm. H, Lamar, features being a splendid dinner II. took four bottles of the Compound, street. ; penalty therein.On .

west coast from Pensacola!: to Boca served 'neath the spreading oaks.! I and I am more than proud to testify the passage of the bill v
therefore, stands today as the peo- ;I that it completely cured me. Ihaven't .
Graude," says the Ocala Banner. I Gen. Lamar returned here on the j Myers voted NO. Bill passed 16
had an unwell day tince.I FISHING PARTY
ple's candidate, and, a" such he will
Newly projected.roads are"p'intin' belated mail train, remaining in the 'I eat hearty and sleep like a healthy 3. (Senate Journal 1891.). 22june"

that way; but as yet there i is. for the be elected. I i baby. I consider Paine's Celery j 'I
i sleeper till this morning, when, after I HOME AGAIN
Compound the best rnum- "
West Coast, no magician like unto I,' II remedy { !I Need More Help. j
breakfasting, he left at 7 o'clock for factured, and I most heartily recom
Flagler._ A large number of voters and ladies I mend it to suffering humanity the Often the o\cr.taxed organs of i: 1
-- -- heard )lr. Lamar speak Thursday Milton to address the voters of Santa I IRo I world over." For the past two week, a party of .tion cry out for help by dvs n'p- ,

SOME: state papers are clamoringfor "a county. I sixteen, mostly composed of the pains nausea dizziness, heallat .
looked into his
night. They
thepayment of the state bonded I' liter complaints and bowel disoni'
----- -
Pt debt with the proceeds of the Indian face and formed their own estimateof I ALL'H1 USK ATOMIZERS, in PLAZA WALL Bicker families has been sojourning Such troubles call for 'be promptof

ti war claim. AS nearly every dollarof I his character and capacity. Next'. treating nasal catarrh will get tie I at the Gilmore place across the Dr. King's New Life Pills Tr.
[are gentle, thorough and
I I guaram
the state's outstanding bonds is Tuesday night, at the opera house :. best result from Ely's Liquid Cream bay, thoroughly enjoying this most i to cure. 23; cents atV, A. U Al) '

held by the several state educational I Hon. Fred T. Myers: the leading op.1 I Balm. Price, including spraying f IS ACCEPTED I healthful mode of living. I berth's drug store _

funds' their extinguishment would I tube, Tocts. Hold by druggists cr I I
I all returned and
-- They yesterday
ponent of lien. Lamar, will address I
compel the reinvestment of the I mailed by Ely Bros., 56 Warren St., I Grass Shears/hat will cut
securities. What the of Pensacola and of with one accord report the outing to
lands in foreign many New York. Mayor Jones; and members of the

eortof financiering would that bt? the same people who heard Gen. Lamar J' New Orleans, Sept. 1, IbOu.Messrs. board today officially examined the have been one of the highest possible i-1,I close, at the Willis Hardware

ELY BROS:-I sold two I Co's.FRANK .
PROMOTERS of the movement to I speak, will listen to )fr. Myers. bottles of your Liquid Cream Balm i coping just completed around the I enjoyment. The entire time was 1 I

They find Mr. Myers to a customer, Wm. Lamberton, 1415 taken up in fi-hing, bathing andboating'Buddie" SECARI'S
elect United States senators by the I may a more ; 'I plaza and formally accepted the I BATH HOUSE
Delachai-e I'5t.ew Orleans; he has
of the have about finished orator, but the critical voter'' Bicker's new boat,
direct vote people I' u-ed the two bottles! giving him work for the city.

{ abandoned the. hole of its adoption I goes deeper than surface indications. wonderful and most satisfactory re I The mayor said this morning that :I the "Ruth," having been utilized j i Deep water ilea bathing, night or

by the i-enute as at present consti I sults. GEO. W. McDuFK.Pharmaci. I The boat behaved satisfactorily day, for white people only. t Hpecial
tuted. But wherever the people are I They will compare the manner and =t. iu his opinion the contractor had compartment for ladies, with lady attendant -

utterances of the two and I' I Neatest, best and cleanest
speakers I of work.
completed a very good piece
enabled to make nominations for
I bath house in the Baths
I ._. SURF BATHING i{ city.
that high cilice by the primary plan, form their own opinion as to which : BIG STORE ---- cent!!. FRANK SuiAKi

the actual necessity for such a I will best represent their interests in j Don't Fail to Try This. Cor. Cevallos and / irrago*-a HN

change ni the fundamental practically congress. CHANGES HANDS \Yhene\er an honest trial is givento EXCURSION SUNDAYi
I Electric Bitters for any trouble it i
disappear :
I ITo I is recommended for a permanent cure i --- Gus fl. Soderlind
S the friends of Hen. Lamar in I I will surely be effected it never fails 1 ,
So absurd and ridiculous take
more ex- steamer Enterprise will
this county I would say, hear Mr. The stock of goods at the big/ store'to tone the stomach, regulate the kidneys !
penditure of good money has ever and bowels, stimulate the liver, excursionists to the Life Saving .THE TAILOR .
occurred than that devoted to the J Myers Tuesday night. Give him I of R. Halliday & Co 33 35 South I invigorate the nerves and purify the ,

building of large, seagoing vessels : your respectful attention. He will i Palafox street, has been purchased{ blood. It's a wonderful tonic for rundown I I' station and out into the gulf Sunday :iOH WKST (;()nIt: Jf-st ST

vn one of the great lakes, in sections ,. be the guest of Pensacola, and whilea I by Messrs. W. A. and W. W. Watson -]I tively cures systems.kidney Electric and liver Bitters troubles posi-, leaving Palafox wharf at 2'io: I Will for the next ;o I// day inaki"tut1-
which have to be towed through the I I : : p. m. Fish chowder will be servedon '''at 155 per cent le,, than regular
large majority of our voters are opposing and J. C. Green and these gentlemen stomach disorders, nervousness, sleep-
turbulent and dangerous rapids of i ilessness.rheumatism. neuralgia, and the beach. Round trip 35 cents. prices:
him, we purpose treating him will in future conduct that malaria Hymn Men'i Hun- S. UIi
the Ht. Lawrence and then patched expels guaranteed i ")'InlLad It'll' Mutt D.nitoJ.i "
together in deep water. It seems courteously and maintaining Pensa- large establishment at the same .Only byV.50 cents.. A. D'Alemberte, druggist. I PENSACOLA CLASSICAL SCHOOLThird i Men Hints steam ('I lInt'd Tic to 41'I! aLsdirs'autrMicamCIranrd .

strange that the promoters of this I cola's established record for hospi i place. I Men's ToUBort Steam Cl.'..'>tt
scheme did not rub their I I I Hint: Now is the time to have
eyes tality. Stocktaking will be commenced Annual fPhhioii Benin "f'I'-
I your winter Clothiuir put in good
open and see the incomparable advantages Monday morning. BIG RUSH temlwr t=;. HKXI. and Kndt shape. This offer i is for thirty day

I and facilities of some of From my personal knowledge of Mr. Robert Halliday, who has I! Juiif V2. 1IW3. only. Mention you saw the adver
the many southern s-ea ports, of 'ti ement in TUB DAILY SEWS
a which Pensacola i is a leading type, the two men I am satisfied that those been in control of the store for several PAYING( POLL TAXESThe Tbe aim of this school is to pro ,: otherwi the regular price will be

where immediate contiguity to inexhaustible who heard Gen. Lamar's address year!, will return to New York, vide thorough HIGH "SCHOOL and'': charged.
sources of supply of the will be more firmly convinced than his old home. COLLEGE
struction. The school!! of especial
t very choice-t of shipbuilding ma- ever that Lamar is the best man to The new firm will be known as busiest clerical force in town interest to three clashes: 134 134 134 134 134

} tt'rlal-ir"n, steel and yellow pine- them in today is that at the office of Tax 1. Those who having completed ''" ..'- :. .. .f
represent congress Green, Watson & Co. About July I: the grades of the public school wishto '
afford ideal conditions for the
profitable H. D'Alemberte
Collector A. where
they have heard Mr. Myers speak. their studies further with- > 134 .; -|ISADdErsou's 134
of that 15 they will be ready to offer the I
prosecution industry
:j i j great crowds of democrats havei I II out having home. j Telrv onc .
I ,
I present stock at greatly reduced 2. Those who wish, with the aid
I do not mean by this that Mr. i bean pouring in all day to pay their of the careful individual attention 134 <; Iii tor "W'fu134;

HENRY BELLINGER'SCANDIDACY I Myers is not a good speaker. He I is a price I poll taxes so that they may vote at that can be given in smaller cla-se J TR\. '
,I The building/ will be enlarged and and a longer session, to advance! r r. '' :
more brilliant orator than Lamar.He the primary July 15. more rapidly than is possible for 134 134 134 134.134
improved, the new firm continuing
is more of an expert juggling This is the lat day. Those who them in public school
at the same stand, i'i: and 3-5' South I 3. Those who are fitting themselves
I with words. But the analytical fail to pay this afternoon cannot. for college.

i I i mind will at once detect that his i iI i- I Palafox street, and they will add voe at the primary. In addition to the u-ual instruction EVERY ec
Peusacola Fla., ,
July 5 lir.i. complete lines of notion. shoes, furnishings in English, Mathematics, History
I have not taken any active part I merely surface talk for effect. When I i I! Geography. i "truc- j

lu the political content now on in I they apply that intuitive gift poi i etc.. : HERE MYERS VOTES NO. tiou is offered vith'jitt Greek French. German and HOUSEWIFEI
this city but have watched the fi ht I
< !'e.ed by most ob-ervant men of : Fur Over Sixty Tears fsh.i

with considerable interest, and especially :( looking beyond the lips to the heart, i :MRS is-sLow's SOOTHISS SYRCP has house Bill 95, Page 1171. A bill corner of West Gadsden arid Spring i
have I noted the energy bft-n uned tor ovrr sixty by inlllioneol street, iu a building which is to [ Bottle
I they will seethe difference between i iI !'to ke entitled "An act relative to the I
with which Henry Kellinger is making mothers for their children "'bil tvttbmg. be arranged to adapt it especially to i;

the race for collector.. I have I j the two men and their own inner j i I softens with perfect the gum tucct-fc*,..I1..y..1I ItKootbvn paincures tbe cblld.wind receipt, shipment and delivery of th* needs of the "chool. j I of Turpentine !
colic, and In the best remedy for l'larrbo..aI railroad companies and The number of pupils in attend-1
freight by
talked with a number of voters from i self-that prompter which always I Ij .I will relieve the poor little sufferer 1m.'m..dllitt'ly. ante is limited. Hence those desir- I{'
1 i other common carriers, and to compel whether for Cleaning Beds or 01!, '
ill parts of the city and the universal j by UrUKKiits every cartoftbB lug admittance should communicateas
guides one aright-will tell
them world. Twenty-five bottle. for of Insect
cents a Clothe\ or Stings
opinion is that he will win. He I Be sure you ak for"M rs. Wlneluw's Soothing I[ rail-oad companies to transport and early as possible with the PrinciI '
'which of there i i i Cut=, Bruior anything el=e
one two candidate I
Wyrup and take no other kind.
received from )I
J# gaining !ground every day by the I 1 return cars connecting pal.For further information Everybody knows the value of Pur
: ,term*and
j I for congressional honor- is the true'I lines of railroads, to construct sidingsand '' ,
very vigor of his cauipaigu, and 1 I catalogue address 'Spirits, lot Turp utln* and iu ordi-t
predict that he will defeat )lr.1 II friend of the people-the one they RATHBONE SISTERSINSTALL connections with each other's H. CLAY AKMSTKONH, 1 to srK the genuine article, see tl ai
I i it is theBuffalo
D'Altmbertebya goon majority. He i can trn-t under all circumstances" linet." Mr. Myers voted NO. 28june1w'II I I 1 Principal, orPF.P.t'lt'ALHVHALF.Y.JR put up

will surely get my vote and inrJu-I ?
and condition OFFICERS
"1 t'ft'r Knew Pain Killfr to Pailb"ftre A-si-.taut.! ie, "
touct'. ._ ____ OBSEKVKK.SAND :.: I I THE POLITICIAN. '
H_ _. i what can the matter be? 'I I FINE STATIONERY.C. .
Do Where is the bottle? There, I
I I you want a magnificent watch a
i DUMPED :1 i for little money? Ifo, call on Magnolia Temple Xo. ;, R. S., ;jthoight !'OJ; it is not Perry Davis' V. Thompson, No. 1) ,South; trays:;
:, Paiikiller at all, but something thdruf.git *-
Stephens the jeweler. He will
(. ac- held a very important meeting last has ,
commodate you. I must have made himself l'alafoxtH'et ju-t opened anew
IN and I did not notice it I have nd
THE SLIP I Wednesday afternoon. P. C. Mrs. I ; supply of Linen and Bond
I Pail killer for for diarrhoa
-- -- -------- years
-- V. A. Fleming installed the following I craups and stomach aches ana It''I Papers white, blue and gray, with

I What are HumorsThty ? ;\: officers for tbe en uing S. A. j never failed." Envelopes to match. Oxford sizes :
and the
Yesterday day before
I are vitiated or morbid fluids coursing |: term: also Mail Tablets with Envelopes
I Tke Stratton Ice Works Foreign -
i- about loo' of gravel were the I |
reins and arming the tissues j
x dumped into the water at Railroad They are commonly due to defective diges-i P. C. A. Brawner. has large, luscious melons, | to match. Ink, Pencil' i Mfg Co.
M. E. C.-Mrs. J. C. William: :
j tlOll but are sometime inherited. : ice-3old. Place order Penholders, Blankbook, file. etc.. ,
north of the your
just ba'kheading: E. :S.-Mi-s Minnie L. Wood. '
How do they manifrtt themselves? I I nOl by telephone. i etc., always on hand who Guarantee it Absolutely Pure
there, this having been necessitated I In many torn? of cutaneous eruption E. J.-Mrs. Millie Long.M.of i I

t>y the fact that the west switch line 'salt rheum IT eaters pimples and boils, T.-ri'.lI. J. Neville. I! PR9FESSJONAL I Phone 231.MEAT Only 10 Cents a Bottle.
-- ---
Mid in weakness.areuor. pci.eral dt'bility.I'! M. R. C.-Mrs. Edith E. Spencer. ) CHIROPODIST '
\U gradually sinking on the water & MALT has a marvelous
I )tow are they exjled! By M. F.-Mrs.:! Helen Lewi. 1

tll\o. The newand put ,an end to ;Hood's P. of T.-Mi" p. L. Benjamin.O. : E. St. Clair Thomas will remove dietetic value. While refreshingand Ml kinds of chairs and
Sarsaparilla corn, bunions and ingrowing nails
this incipient danger and made the O T.-Mrs. ya tie Hays, ,1 pleasant: to take, it helps assimilation rocking chairs at Marston <
without blood. Will call
which also tuiMs up the system that has pain or at
r place as safe and sound as old terra suBtred from ttem.I Regular meetin Friday afternoon, your residence if required. No. 521Soutk of fond: Sold byDASNHEISER $ Quina's. Prices are very

'I'' nu. I It Is the lit njeilicite for tumors. 'I July llth, at 20:; o'clock. Palafox street lOjlm I BROS.: \low.




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W. O'NEAL, President; F. C. HORTON, Cashier; THE WEATHER ;
Smoke La Normal I
s. J. fOSHEE,Vice.Pruident; M. E. CLARK Ast't Caihier.


FORECAST-Fair and continued

PENSACOLA warm wlndi.tonight and Sunday; light variable A Cost Five Cents ;:

Temperature in lad 24 Hour:

Maximum_.__.................. ... .... w degrees
Minimum,--????.?._. ?......_........ degrees
gas the LARGEST CAPITAL STOCK of any bank in the State. ALL HAVANA }. ,

Temperature Elsewhere : \ ..

prompt, courteous and careful attention given to all business en- .Max. Mln. "

Atlanta.._ ...... ..____.......... fci 72
Bismarck...... .........................111 M EQUAL TO ANY JO-CENT CIGAR i F
to its care. Chicago...._ ...........__ ..... .... S.i 74
trusted Cincinnati_.........__........W 74tialveston I
____ .......... ....... w '()
Huron...._....... ................_?..s< ;*t
4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. Jacksonville .................. .... .. V* 72 FOR SALE AT ALL CIGAR STANDS. I
Kansas Clty_...... _......... ...W 74
Key West_........ ..... ..... ....... M> 0 o .
Memphis _.._... ..... .. ....... W il\
- Mobile.. ...... ......... .. ..... HI( 76
I Montgomery ._.............. ...... 1* 74New :
B. H. FAIRCHILD, SUSPENDED FOR DEMOCRATIC Orleans....... .......... ......_W 71 "
Sew York.._.... ..... ... .. .... M f* j'
= o ij s T B n.33 H. savannah ._......_ .... ... .. w 788t.
UIy I Loots! _...... .._. ....... ....K 7* LEWIS BEAR & CO.

Itort and Refinishing Furniture aSpecialt
--- ,
,. Editor Dally Newt TO MILTONAt

I'lxouo 403. s
A great injustice: has been done a ,
young lady employed by the telephone For July to date ._. .... _$ IJ ,3:15 n/ .
R. K. WHITE, 9:35 this morning a special L1L

t.bmil T, Mannfadnring Jeneler exchange by suspending her train conveying about half a hundred I ARRIVED.Br .
for not making connection on the : >s Camera, 179". Voss Fa caeoula to
enthusiastic members of the
John MerrItt A Co
and i.ruduate Optician, morning :\Ir.John G. Wood's: house !I Nor bk Avlemore. H4.I, Hans !n, fort '
Democratic with Charters1
Elizabeth via liarbados to orderlr
sash FsUfoi! M Petsiroli, flaHEWS was burglarized. From what I can ss Langbam li Band on board, left the Union depotfor land,to J no A Merrill 4 Co fl.
ascertaiuthe have orders !I !
operators -
'---V: Milton, where a grand Lamar -
: not to connect one without they I CsESESESESESEE 5E5S2sMonday's !
any I rally will be here today. Br ss Twickenham, I I.I. hay', Santos: to ,
I .... ..
JlOTEsliwnr give the number wanted,and. in this I: Messrs.: W. B. Lamar,T. E. Welles, orderBr ss Lustleigh., Baker, Baltimore, to -- ..--- ;

: I W B Kenerot Co
case the young lady was carrying I George T. Morgan and others will Am bkt Herbert A 'ullt', Nash, Port

out her orders to the letter. Why Elizabeth to order
address the Santa Rosa countyvoters. Am ecb Mary anlord. 4.V, McDonald.I ,

: the manager should suspend the I -, to order Offering
I I -

for bargains. I young lady for obeying his order, The train will return about 4 CLEARED.

-ne- from Hoi Cahu A. Co. !I I can't understand. If any one i is to I o'clock this afternoon. Brss, 1M Kdale.long tons additional phosphate targo rock for,' Dunkirk "e ftoakjluniber. '

.in pcs oak lost, 5i' long tons WILL BE g
blame, I think it i is the -g
:Meyer Shoe Co's new ad. ; manager.We -- --- phosphate rock value tI,4K c;
KrtisMiddlebam Castle, li"-!: Lloyd. by
Bo-ton ,I are having a very poor serviceat A LADY BROKER. Pensncolft Lumber Co for-\\onmoutb, with I
of the
the nd.
i-" I
12ti I"iI""I.; ft sawn timberSl.WiOs) ft lumber
in fact it is not better -
present; any value $. 'ii5i :
,I i lire Kitrlswood.ll-"i 9r01\' W M Keyser& I LAWNS LACES IJ
than the old system, so hundredssay. '
(0 for 6 ran Ill'motb with l,7S5imi k ft
& I 15. Forbes o3er !special bar- I From( Cincinnati Enquirer, July 8.) s timber,value &."',3\<4 ,
-. Now, in my opinion, the bet BrssCalrlocb, iKl, MitchI'll,by Southern
iuy. Charles E. Ruth, of the John C.
States Lumber Co for lillbao, with 1 eke b
thing the citizens can do is to peti- ft lumber,value llsi.Oiu o-AM)-o
: 11-: at L. Friedman & Co's. Roth Packing Company, introduced i
tion the general manager to censure -
"r aiverti-emeut. yesterday to some of the members of i SAILED.
the local manager and see that hegives .
,. to read the new advertise- the Chamber of Commerce the only Br is Cairnlocb.Yltchl'lI. Bilbaobr
us: a better service. The at- is Hamvra, VIMS, which put In for coalOTlE Wash PantsTHE
Win. Johu-on & Sun's: big lady merchandise broker in the I Boys'

tention of the city council is calledto TO !URIJoiEKS.I .
South. She is Miss I. E. Bell of
this matter. I Commander J H Hull Inspector of the
\ iilor ou the American schooner Pensacola, Fla., and represents the (Seventh: Lighthouse district has Isbuecl tbe
. entered port I think the young lady should be following ottlcial notice: I
Kanford, which dove brand product. Her father was I Peneacola Bay and Entrance Navy lard
i. uuder arrest for killing one exonerated and put back to her Outtr Bank Buoy No v,a eecond-classcan, SE4.BON'H DEIAXDR: DAINTY, COOL LAWNH,
formerly the representative of the I WM established June 2!:!, inn!, on thefollowing
with manufacturers still
ht and Catchy Laces: are strong,
raw dutiiih' the voyage. former position, a* she was: simply bfarlngs.vlz:
I Cincinnati concern, and on his death 1 Deer Point Ileazon Light E. by N. controlling the situation. The continued hot weather, with every
trip, take her orders. Peosaeola LUhi-Houie. W. N W '. W.
wi-ti an enjoyable carrying out
I Mi"s Bell took up the business End of West(coal) wharf, navy yard, N. I indication of an unusually prolonged season, makes them reluctant to
station and '
life saving W.
: A Bur.M'KiBEK. a hold for th \
with stocks and strong price. Despite
.. En- I where he left off. She has made This buoy is placed at the southeasterly part inconsequence
: : a gulf on the steamer J ------ point! the dve-fathomcurveott 1'ensacola strong market tendencies we: offer for Monday's selling:
.. W.III!i will leave: Palafox'! quite a success, and is here now to navy yard and marks the channel to anchorage -
ONE OF THE MANY MYERS'VOTES ground for deep draught vessels.

w .' : .: ;'. in. tomorrow. meet the members of the firm and I I

\ .,: tr I i.. aboard the liritihM I AGAINST THE PEOPLESenate discuss business: for the coming sea- Regulation NOTICE the TO Marine MAKIXEKS.Hospital service Ii i 3,000 YARDS OF FINE 2,500 YARDS LINEN'SHADED

,.-" \ I. iii/.un.! which arrived son. Miss Bell is! rather slight iu require the inspection of vessels from
I II foreign ports via domestic ports north of ; TORCHON LACE AND INSERTINCS
M. .1\ : Wi-carriedtofit.Au-' Bill No. 28. A Bill to be entitled build, but impresses one as being i i Southern Maryland, but via such ports at SHEER LOTUS LAWNS.
"i'I.d;' in th" ambulance. I Ship Island where full pratique is given I
H'.ny-utfenug with a broken "An Act to prevent unjust dis very energetic and amply able to take for a southern to entrance port. Inspection, Is not prerequisite In Dainty Stripes and Figure, ; An Hummer ideal Wash Underwear Lace for garnishing -

crimination in the rates charged for Fancy
.ilder, tiaviog been truck by are care of anything that is intrustedinto i a Wonderful Variety of Colorings, Wash Petticoats, etc. The actual

of timber at ..e.' about eight) transportation: of passengers and her hands, and she has: shown I, Marine Hospital l'I'ITlt'E.Tbe Service has Issued one of the most popular sellers we worth is ,t14und lOc. For Monday,
k { freights by railroad companies the following: Tuesday and Wednesday it will be
af'oM '! and other common carriers, and by the !sales that she has made in Coastingessela which are known and have had this: season.If choice at
which are in regular trade with Florida
you wi-h to refresh the in- I Ito< prohibit railroad companies and her territory that she can representa from domestic ports of the United Mates, you are here bright and early 6c yard
tu with iiivi or.itini fluid, the may enter without detention or Inspectionwith ,
; : i i other common carriers in this state, pork packing and provision con- the understanding that if sickness of the choice of
: I H Capt. Jacob Kryger's any character whatsoever shall develop you get patterns at fi yards fur 25c, 12 yards for 4c.: '
I from charging other than just and cern just as well as: if she were a during the voyage to Florida ports shall Po-itively not a yard at these! price ;
> 4j!b -f where will always
you reasonable rates, and to prevent the report to the quarantine) officers for inspection 10 Yards for 35c. after .
I Thursday
iie.t und.ird brands of I man, and probably a great deal bet- and disposition.
granting of any rebate, discount, over
i"r mid beer and polite ter than many.FLORALA I
{ weights and other special terms toI AT QUARANTINE Ii

.- 1..1 i\ologi-ts to till your I persons, corporations, or firms, and to Rut ship Endymlonl:2, fellertin, East s200 Pairs Boys' Wash Pants
:..i-heou! served daily: and I London to Baars. DunwodyACoUer aIN i
... | provide for damages for violating the ON ss Ar LoniHR.4, Fort, New York to
iniii which to play (iulf Transit Co
I I conditions of this act and to prescribe ABIG Br ss inch moor. *_'14, Bass, Santo, to
Baars A CoBr ,
rules and evi-
: a mode of procedure I
- -- BOOM bk Haenmner 11.600lIalll ape Town
: dence in all cases" Mr. Myers voted via Barbados to order
: :o regain your health Norbk Hugo nnti.tHanssen, Cape Town
.- ito take Hooi's Sar- I NO on the passage of this bill. (Sen- -- via st Thomas to order 1. < O: Choice i Monday at JOc Pair. i
Kus bk Australia. Hi Kauerston Port
i : tones the whole .system ate Journal. Page 1211. 2Ojune2tMcDnffie's Correspondence Dally News. Natal, to order

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Florala. Ala. The Jack-
Tasteless Chill July TRIES BLACKMAIL BY 'PHONE.:

= MR. MYERS NOT VOTING. {Cure will build up broken down non Lumber Co. will build the largest I

I'systems and make the blood rich and mill in the sonth, giving emPlOY-I'''''I' Treasurer of a Machine Company Got W. J. & B. FORBES.

1 healthy, certain cure for chill, guaranteed ment to 400 or 5oO men. on a Demand for $6,000 In Gold.
r B 215, 1077, A bill to
Page or mont'refl1ndt'd.. !
'I your and a half miles from the Yellow North Andover. :Mass.. July 4.-GPO. I I
''M. 'An act in relation to 30 CENTS. G. Davis treasurer of the Davis-Fur-
Sold by John Sheppard. 405 S. Pal- River depot.
her :Machine company, here, has reported
cmpanies in this state. afox street. Manager W. 1 8. Harlan of the
__ to the police that several days i
cecame a law and makes I,| ICE-COLD WATERMELONS AT company has: established headquarters -i i ago he received a letter from Boston I If You Buy Them at the Boston Shoe Store, They are Good !
here and the work of construction !.
c .jmpanies, when judgment THEUARFIELD ICE CO'I ':-:. demanding that he deliver $ iIOO n
.. .. will begin at once. I II I .
gold to the writer or be prepared for
%t them, pay the attorney's I I
I '
I[ Cleaning ladies skirts and waists The Yellow River railroad will death, if he refused to do so. The

-er side.) Mr. Myers did28june1w ,i is one of OT specialties. (Star Laun- build at once to the site and the L. & note directed :Mr. Davis to meet a '

I dry. N. will build a branch from Opp! to man that night: on the road near the Boston Shoe Storet

the site the !surveyors being already''' Davis residence and deliver the money I !

.. ,. in the field and only about three I The road was watched, but no arrest -

t-\: :. .. .. .. ... ... ... miles from here.It I I resulted. The next day Mr. Davis I r1 \ i

t1 is also said that the Central of I was asked by telephone why le I MOND7 \. Ye ti- -- i..

FRESH SHIPMENT OF S Georgia will extend from :;ellar : did not deliver! the cash demanded.At I ,
this time he was informed that hisdaUlht..r
vine to Florala in the near future. : Ladies' Pat. Leither Tip Oxford, worth $2.dt, Monday..... .. .. ......$I.m 11'
would be abducted hi
T or
4 t"O.. ""' T :? jAJ I J. T. Hughe! W. C. McLaushlin Ladies' Black Kid Pat. Leather Fancy Scroll Oxford, worth |i'U t I>, -

_c c._ 'and others have also organized a would be killed if he did not pay the 1 Monday ... ..... ..... .. .. .. .. .. . . .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. ..fl.M i'

i company with U O.Oflll capital and I sum asked for. Ladie Black Kid Pat. Leather Heavy Sole, Hope Htitch, regular {f"

J .Sl\1\ITHFIELD HAMS... | ,I' will build a sawmill of 75.-JJ feet fi.iK) Shots .. .... ..... .. .. .... .. ...... ... .. .... ... .. ....'. ia
.. -- -- -- | duly capacity at the Cockroft mill llclp YVuulelIuIe.1I Ladies", Medium !Hole; Cuban' Heel, Regular |;2 75 i'hue.$2.2I: 1
f'.o -- = ;i !site on the Floridi side of Lake 1 EN to.. learn our business Splendidprofr t ji j
I lOQ for poor man. Short time -i
; !. Jackson. They own about bO.OOO prepnresfor coiiUon or conducting your
own Im-mi-M. Momwages from start. I
f JUST RECEIVED. | acres of tine timber land. Tools presented, positions guarauterd.Write BOSTON SHOE '
I j The Jackson Lumber Company': Orleans today La. Muter Barber College jotf, New

( mill will have a daily capacity of "

I FRESH FLORIDA SYRUP j half a million feet. ( 'Hl':'V NTH.'E"- XATIIXX (;. l'OIWIIIDIII: : 1"''"r. t1

i I Florala: is on a genuine boom. A Kit the captain,on nert ,..

i large number of pro=pectorare here aSEITJI| Langbain. .... of will the be Brit re- Leaders of Low Price 117 South Palafox Street. ', '

!" GALLON JUGS, 75cts PER GALLON. = I and the price of town lots i is rapidly 1 for debts contracted -_. ._
the --
by crew of said v.-s'-l.
W L Wttth h .\: <,n., .ap'ain. COLLECE !
111I1.1NnLl: If a Man Lie to You, Consignee. 6JyH xt'llK BAIHIMi K:"TAftLlsllMFNT: l-'or YOfNG 1,A111FV. Itoarmke..

And other salve, ointment N KITH KK the captain owners !,pen, Hept. li lfl:!, One or Ibo leading :
J M. F. Gonzalez & Cos; Corn Meal = say scene nor consignees of the Br .. Bathing in the warm gulf waters: is Schools for Young Ladies In the 1'1' utti
lotion, oil or alleged healer is as good l.u.tI..llCb11 be responsiblefor conceeded to be the finest in the Nw buildings, pianos and equipment
debit contracted by the Campus tn ac rn. rand mountain
Ix'IuslvILv.SOL : as Bucklen's Arnica Salve, tell him crew of said vessel world. F.vervthineforpleaurewith ry Valley 01'a... famed for b..altb. Knropean t.,'
.P i" thirty years of marvelous cures of PA LN.BAKER. safety. Good boa'd and lodging, by I and Amerran teacbeig. lull counl' .,
SKE1sERACo.: : Capta.n.Consignees the day or week. Luncheon promptly I f'onMTvatcnr advantage: in Art, Music and
Piles, Burns, Boils, Corns, Felons jy4l served at all hours, day or night For Elocution cltalf'lu..addrHi, !indent from thirty Htateo.i .'1

I Ulcers.Cuts, Scalds Bruises and Skin the captain. own- CHARLES: H. BCKTON, MAlTiKf; H A KUIH, President,
CAHN & CO.I -a"tfTHER .. of the Koaooke, 4
; I Eruptions prove it's the best and Castle will be 2m-tf ._Manager.1 a.
at W. A D'AIem- for debts con-
: cheapest. 25 cents .
tracted by the crew of said vessel. I I Everybody has a right to a little
berte's drug store.Jlfarston JOBS Prow Elegant china closets, piece of this rarth. But they must

STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERS, I AUer-fulllvan Consign to.. s Captain.Sjil sideboards and leather- fight for it. They mint watch their
chance to it. and
get get it.
J w.rncr Palafox and Intendencia Streets. $ carry H t.R the captain owners seat chairs at Marston 4Qftina's Thos. C. Watson the largest line of matting, aNEn consignees of the Br have '
Hilrdale will be reo..rnslbll' Low prices; easy some particularly fine bargains
Pensacola Fla. window shades etc. for debts contracted to offer just now, and they invite
,c 173. .< > = \rugs, by the crew 0 : payments. von to come and Investigate same. I
I'm the city. We lay our Wx. BALL. 'you will never '
regret having done
Pensacola Lumber Co. Cap Itill.Conslgo.

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A .:u.1 n...* Itcnl Pelt-urn Potter & Holds Up Party of Men, Steals Launch

1'nlnirr and 1. T. ..,.."art.t and Sails Away. No. 38 Perry Street. DETROIT. MICHIGAN.

".\ tin time of the civil xvnr." !'a'lIj Set attie, Wash.. July 3.-Advices received -
olj '(taint. "I'otter I'.ilmirvis and Health for Those Who Now
au iiii-i Help from Olympia state that Tr.v ,,
I A couple of winters ago I Wine of Cardui makes w v

In thIrv. p1s Inislni'ss in 'hmx't Not ...>?>. the es''aped Oregon convict, has slipped: on a froxn sidewalk men more womanly by c :ring >
a:i.l I.- i I'Z. .I. i:-r sad U.irMiall IVIdVUTV I Cry, "Oh Dear. I am Really stolen a ga..olene launch at South Bay and fell flit on my back. On their weakness and .
e.ri... fur li.ui. 1'.1 htH r wasn't:
% being examined I found: that inij them stron er. Wine ,itCardui
MI v- .1 i l k',,1>1 u. but In- hail a ;?ioJ rip Well Enough to Work But I am and started down the sound.: The I I IUunch I had sustained internal inju cured Miss Bowe;'

\.tlt"1' in tin trade, ami liv iluin't haveto is the largest of the Kind on riles which laid: me up for more Asa medium->r all w -tL::

wtrlIZ'" uiu M"if xvlii-ii lit ralliil on ". To." i Puget sound and has 300 gallons of than two months. After that in every trying peril< J J
Obliged I noticed that I had in theirliwHan"uthinkof3the
fc "t A. T St-wait; to hay !o1)1II1's.. gasolene, or enough for a l.ww-mile pains
back and groin which I If better medicine for)guest If,
Aft r i">.II.- tl'i.'riiI they avrtttl upon .
I run. never had before. I doctored your sister, your daughter
"if 1'1':" aid I'aliii. calmly said lli.itIK words in our great mills said he Intended I and: doctored for several mother
How often these significant! are spoken Before stalling Tracey i or your ? Van y' u
xxoiiM! lake! uUji.t .;li iui.voith shop: and factories l y the poor girl who ha worked herself to the : firirg a few shots at the pnittntiary months but as the pains increased ago M'lflf4 B>wv. think of a more accepUb!*

It xx.-is; a litt!> laru't-r lull than Mew.irtfX.i. >oint where nature can endure no more and demands a rest The poor i McNeil is'.and. He said ', instead of Igwasnot present to give your frier 1
t ili 1 -insl to Mil Juan I'a Illwr onNilit. I broken in health must stand aside and make room for another. i un better decided that having the than a bottle of this medicine who'i
but l.
Ji-al and told him to conic in the nest The foreman says, "If you are not well enough" to work you must It "- >anuu. but the statement is not of the wonderful cures performed by You are suffering ? Your duty u ti

'J liioriuiu and arrair."' sunn' dual
l tails. That nL-Lt h"iue Ioi.: war news Standing all day, week in and week out, or sitting in cramped posi- :' the alleged deed that Merrill was parties and received a very satisfactory daughter, mother, sister or friend is
t-a had slowly contracted some deranged condition of reply and I immediately sent for some. sick and in need of relief! your duty is
tlei-lu tions the girl
c IUK. and It 'liilu't n-M-nrf any poor I' growing faint hearted. It is beliext'l, I i
I felt
which calls halt in her and demands la a very short time generally better equally great to them. Many w : n. ;
t.t rtti'M l by the cuxcniiuciit to informv her organic system, a progress however, that the latter is in the xi- and: after seven weeks faithful use I was now well, owe their lives ft fn, an
.-r>' dry g<..,.U man In the i-omitry that restoration to health before she can be of u e to herself or any one else. : cinity of his sister's home at Shel- j once more well and strong. have never w ho brought them, Wine of Cardui.

fl 1 tli pIP "f pxxls would take a "I:: To this class of women and girls Mrs. Pinkham proffers both sym- 'I ton. i had a sick hour since and I daily bless Vine of Cardui is adapted to w>

spurt tq'. Sew.irt rt"'I'lIi7..1 it as SI"II I pathy and aid. When these distressing weaknesses and derangementsassail I Tracey. according to the advices: I i iapp"arrd your splendid medicine.MONIE: men at any ace in any walk: of I r.

. UN |ii> had the II"\\ S. aI,1 hiIniniiil: I you, remember that there is a remedy for them all. We have on at the plant of the Capital : BOWEY. For the working woman it gives 1OOIXE
Ir; of 1'.n irr. II,' alsti thou'litt record thousands of such cases that have been absolutely and permanently ) i OF CARDUI hone medi strength for her tasks and I, 1-

It' >f the bI.: bill of sritoiU I'.iliilrr hal'' cured by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, restoring City Oyster company at South bay j that should always be kept treatment than a doctor for very gCOit. : ;
have been i and er.tend the house of Horatio Alin ,: hand in home for immediate .
who -
1-fn't.l.t uf Inn It ilhi'i't partieularly to vigorous health and lives of Usefulness those previously every
,{,t1 tldjo. Mi wart that th"' told Ailing who he was and began tprepaio ., ness first makes its appearance. Miss bottle oft'ine of Cardui. Sc> :rBower's .
I'ut it 'luir..1| oily a few SIT.I hot ', his breakfast. He told :Al painful and dangerous accident medicine today. Take it In th. ; .
of h < r.',! nt-ad to fix thuij-i to h.s Slt -1': : would"not have resulted of home. R lief \\111
so seriously your < coma ;"
i iJ
Frank Scott
flag Wiartridgc., an
'- r-1.,11. He Mould simply ti!. I'al : hal she taken Wine of CarJui promptly. as surely as you take it.
::1 ,i.n!: l.t.I tiger employes of the com'
r ti..,it hix\.is w.rry. l but tl. liti.

'. s (.., I that h<- eoui-l sell s>.' i, ai. 'auy (':"'tain Clarke of the gasol-a- A million siIfer.! ,
that i launch "X. & ::'.." and his son wi' I
: I i. I 0.1 crt-ilH. ami ahe KIK-U : WINE of CARDUI Laxe found r> .
'. 'r. th.'rt,. to stand with their fa<" -
1' :MI, I' isldn't olio' tile rash hoar v ".ill" "f CI

I. ;' xvlij.( that would cn11 it aril I i'I to lho'all.! .
I 1I ,
t 11.; -. !., a\ .,ull |I.t' oil.VII.. .r'HI:1 I tjJ, Sk A 'I i Afti-'i' breakfast he ordered Capta'n ---

)'.tlp..r! .died early, and Siewartrrn 1d11! to get the engine of the laum.i; THE NEW GROCERY STORE. 111m> In his very abrtpttst ui.itin ," in onlci and Mart it for him. Th'
.r. tilling him lnnv w.rry IK was. HO., captain then jumped ashore; and Tia o .::::::::::: :::-:::=-- ::::::--=--:::::: -..

hut will> In- didn't th.:nk it xv i Mbn>i. cry started on his trip down tot!

new to. xtriiil rntlit (tlr sui-h j.nHDiniint. I t oE'i I I sound. WILL MOVER

Jti-t how much d.H-s the bill comet I BURGLARS TERRORIZE A TOWN.
; -r- Keeps a Complete First-Class Up-to-Date Stockof
.v Minioung Palmer Mt-iainijly: sor ,

J'owtulliJ.... Three Safes Cracked and Considerable Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries.No .
'Ju..t SH'V"' .>," Stfxvirt replied and Secured. 1

fur breath Booty 30 W. Government St. Salisbury Block.
then IIP tttraichtuajr ull..1 Mc.Mechm, W.'a.., July 3.-.\ pan-; ,
n" jiiiins 1':il tin r drew an inuneiiteIMMUI
I of desperate masked burglars terrorized TIXCPJIOMJUT.
tUmk from Iris in>!iii' rest iotkftand. I
: this town cracking three sa'esecuring .;.
"'twain, It. t-tiuntfl out HO thousand
money and valuables wortu
tlollar dills ami. Living! : theia quirt i
$ JOu and wounding Frank Ke.o".
I? in Mewart's desk' sail 'If you Will
Two safes were cracked at the Me
kindly! count them and give ate a re I 1
Mechin general store, where $:00 wan WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LARGER TRADE
r' ipt. I'll obliged; !. a>ll must take thel I

,.tt rain bon1'hqi: the ;,:..",Ii !snfllu I secured. At Frank Heece's real ,--state THIS SIMMER THAN EVE" IXFCRE
office the safe also crack
dun in, and often! xon'ie out ourIii' was

\ 'It..[i in. \'v\.iv! ,. ::lad, to see our I tt and $211 secured. A large ouani:ty SEND US YOUR ORDERS NCl-tf.

tnl.J"I." !. '.. I'W lurk Tinii" I of silks and velvets were carnd away ,

-- -- from the storr.
Thompson Olsen & Co.
Mrs saw the robboi- ,.

.jt f SUMMER NORMAL SCHOOL crack the latter safe, and had a KU'itrained

on them. but was afraid to Manresa Street, Telcf.hone 14 ;.
Here is the Story of Thousands of Young Women who are fire. A neighborhood; posse followc-i
them, and 37 shots were exchange1Krarik ESTABLISHED 1863.
Mrs. Pinkham.
Helped to Health by
'1'hr rMiumier Normal School for Ueece had two fingers: shot oa --

Wt>-t Horidtt.ibliilieJ: hy auttmr- DEAR MRS FIxsttea.-I sim troubled crmuch with the whites and I, and was hit in the groin by the robhers. McKENZIE OERTING &
a bearing down <>f the w'tuK My !.a.-k aches t.o that I am hanllaLle to CO.
ity .r Id u.V.. X. !">;, ante: : sup His wounds are probably fa.
work. Will kindly! infirm me\\'httll du Us I am sutToring most terribly.
i-rinteiul'-nt of 1'ulilic Instruction at you tal. One of the DIALERS
burglars is supposed o III 0
I'.' Islanil, N.Y. Mdr. Ii. I' U\I.)
Mi-is :JrniiM.u, Middle Pillage; I. Long ( t
1'ru"aeoli. Fl.i.. will ou July
to haveb shot but he carriedaway
nee was :
I iltt .cud ciiutinut' fur a )i of six Iriu t! for the good remedies
pen. DKAU 'Jr.I'NM I vi : ? you jour and General
I in a boat.DeWindt ShIp Chandlery Hardware
WH f have tloae: !;;<'. ,
'liii i school is organized for tl.e "I wrote to you dcscribiUij my troubles and follo\M- your directions. I1iidIIM I
those m- ,, After six ittles B03 AND 605 8. PALAFOX STlthKI.LOEIMOT .
tnllt of traettrrtol : .>n',1 a L' drat hut lJothinz.111.11; t.> lu-lp. using Arctic
craduut4 b.cotn., t".ICht'h! and allwl \ of L>di.i I'. I'ilikliani's Vegetable: 'OIllPIlIlIlII and four packages of w----- .. -' -

... are ixte"u years of are are ,, SinatixeVa: 1 Jiiu again strong and healthyThe Sanative Wash cured me San Francisco, July 3.-News REVERE COPPER COMPANY: : JOHN: A. ROEHLINO hONH j co.'!:!
eluilde for enlriDCf The school of the leueorr'm-.i ( :\..tti.>>). I \\ ..ul,1 rl'eumitlend '\',Illr rt'nwdies to all hntTcr- brought by the steamer t t. Paul from GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUHHEL A nON'S PUMPS
, will have deiurtuifriit for white* inw.anen xxho lut-'l t:.V::L' Miss MAY I>IKIMI:, Middle \'ilIa1'! 0., the Arctic says the English e po-! -

,1.1 I -doreil ronuucted, of course, in I-o_' Mm nl!, :.;.Y. ers Harry HeWindt and his party. tuft Zori&Qs hIlts, Oils, SiuiicEl Instruments, Chris, hisn, Shin

.e> -tnte buildin's.'I : When a uirdicine lias been swoessfuJ! in n'!.torin; ti> health were picked up on the Siberian roast COM',\f''i'S. IJOG FTC
will be three of
4 -ilt'I!ly:-re. elllhraeiUJJ tile UsUil courts subjectmi -, lure thou a liiilliini women, you t'allilutt.JI !say xxilliont trying probably at Indian Point. by the t"ir: C. McKenzie Oertiu,? C'lllectn; An'eut for Kir Puot-' iJ--.v ..t A OiatioL

wtuh tt.. l'XlIUIUtti"n.: .. f.'r it," 1II) nut bflicit will bclp tile" if you i are ill, do not hesitate! ed 1 States revenue cutter Thetis nnrt : .

:-,II'!.TS' rtltiiMtes.s tire bl-ed. Ptcl; ice get liottloof Lydia I:. 1'ii.kliaiu's Vt-jrt-trtMf Cotnpound at ,'r command of Captain Healy. aliouttlo -

'I".t i.iiii,:* tn a it..>re thorough pr"I'ItI-| IIleeittll! nrittIr>. I'inkhaiii, I.> nn, .M.ISS., for ! aihko. nudillf of June. Den i.-! n

.lo1:,. III. tt" r' ," M.t :""-nt-f >r t''! -, vrtl It is irt-e and helplltl1'rite tn-d.t.x, <1< l.iv may mean doath.! to to Nw York from Paris via ihtat The Star Laundry

rtirt.-i'i- : ""re t"lh c fact 'hat -nme sko'trot! purple < MI mute and if he readies Nom- ,
II..- 'iMi.nii! 1 I"I. .: i i I r... \' f .t ,. t'? I .Oc ', ,,,mdl.I.I c,TUT'-
: EWARD sand! he will bo sure to succeed.
Ii 1. t "d.h i 1.l.n.J" i.r. iyi
'I t i- 111. "I-! ( .
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ptirl' "
v lj\t i.- u. tcd..uh the N timal
I'" "4 i iiid tIt "': "'i- "I >>\\ :' S51P0 O'\ ( i 1.a I". )11'>., f 5,tm, which "il! Medicines Have Failed Biggest, Busiest, Best !
ttt eln 'llt! i.." i ..iU't! Ii ,1 ,: 1: : : are P' ,, \ .. i' Ilk! .,.'"ve Itsiimcnial is not When
t I.'h MIT.T'S >(.ul ptmii3iiikh.ini -
ft 'nil-! y
Ii; e ,. Take Folox's Kidney Cure. It has --
Mi'ilK me "'uuipnuy,1.uu. H."
It I.. ho,"i 'iI'' it a il.-i Ii II!'.,iVe -.11. .-- cured when everything else has rti.sapHiintci '
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\ "t H Mdi :. .(-,;"' \\1.1:1..1: : I | |. Sold byV.. A. DAUtu- An E\oiiiiiK: i Call: on

and evelv I If If'! t 4 ,iii: ,,"H.ld. h..' ",' bate, 1"1 South Palafox Hre(,(.

ictiltr t'l! 11..1'f: i u! C'"lid.iht: 1rutitabl' MYERS PRESENT I Acts Immediately. f; Your Swell rri irlllh

!' A- w-ii i- ;j'"I-; int I The man who own* In- own !horn !ra
c. :i ax t. siinntinuB! more trouble- r : :
Any OJ-nw: It ...,' i- ; u 'MH_' tiF : insures himself azaill-t; lot lit L you will find will b'" w..". iceired .
BUT NOT VOTING .n:ii MI! sun.nii-r than in winter it's'
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untiu :\ "", i"! wI: I in- terfnllyhy trouble and worry. Nobody can i, .
s luuii ktip from adiiini to them .. ; L7 if ell:: ,;, .-
1tC1".1I s ..t t.\ B. t'.Mik: l'el-a! ; I tu raise., his rent, and "tl.. rent day lia110 y .; ; you are w ;

cola. 1'Ic. ..r : i.' I 'i-1-.n: d. Senate Bill 29, A bill to be entitled. i; w ii.; i'.,ml.iu': off atttr exeitise. One terrors for him. It.- *.. ,-\ to own y1 ; ;. r I1:,et dres :ed and your linn, i.n< ; i t" I.
'tl1l.1..I.I.. N. .,::,,'I,.i I -!!,.mid take 1.I.nt.-! ( ou::h Cure cures at once a home wow-a-day- Tl os. C. I' .1-'vte
"An act to railroad companiesin t ablfA "f r'fi.n-ii., ..itu .
require A sinifi\] !'afe.'ts immediately.Snii woman !
.4 f"i U.: II lull ft1 *; jjuitu toP Watson & Co. can tell you how , il.t.'I- ::1 ,rt is I b-iu<; ntiiito: the state to erect cattle! yards and : !: CIIIH for coughs!: colds, croup easy it Ifall and ,*-e th"m. rf always gaugres man"-: wi-11 hi- it .-
',!tVI' t'te i.tii' l..iJ- jive a rf'turutlCh" crossings on their lines cf railroad : ti !'nat and Inns; troubles Ilara,; 1 .h = I atmcts by the condition "f I 1.1- 11111'1. .
I I'l l:11: "mcy.John Sheppard and Sidney
foi out fourth fare, a- theyhire !
in certain cases'* Tre Journal shoves and he >f">e* lute her prfinnreJ -*'ticii -

in the ; :-t. II I'. H\\ .\. that Mr. Myers was present but did 'I lulu\ LODGE DIRECTORYKNIGHTS 1 ;'= '' !' with beauty n I.,-u i ir i- -1,1'!, :

I'rinrital. eFuniak ='ptluFI.I.; not vote. Pages ::,99-;00, Senate Jour I Ii i i There'* lot ol money to be made
nal, 1893. 2Sjune1w: in real e..t.ltt'-IIB of it. A real estate OF PYTHIASIVnsacola ,ai;' at the :Mar h.uitidry.

,. I sign i* usually h'narer-board towealth.
Cur,. tciema and Itching Humor ----
Through the 8100d Co 15 Nothing; I Know One Vue n-ni cIy Thos. C. Watson & toiler. :\0,3. K. of P.,

to Try It. t.'ranob3tim.tet..L It. i ._.<. !!t -.'lI.IW..a I Go.have, the,a-iine leidiiiif offers Ikea which state it would farm meets every Monday eyeL ALL WORK C. 0. D. Ml CallEd ice cud D lirErcd Free,

K. H. H. r.i.taimlUood ttlin i il 1- I Ing at >>: r'' Rt rattle Hal
bf- worth your while toconaider. Go I In tbe niount- Wittoi TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST.
."w t..%-.>i triU' il .ift-rtain tiid -IMPmr Pocket cutler and scis I apdpp them t<>-duy, and don't wait r. Knildlng t: Ird floor .
brethren corflialtwelcomed.
>. for Eett: -ni i, Itehiu'kie.. Hu- sors from the Ii nest to the i I till to-morrow. ''0 VliltlDK WALKER INORAHAM. Manager.TIME
... .0 M CAMPBELL! .
', .Ib-, Sl'JliesVatey UlitTs. : -.- .
mur" -
cheapest, at the Willis I i Marston. $ Quina are sole H. HORHLER V ,
1'1 tIlJ'i..-.. thins n.,-...- .>.rJomtoi. K. K. <* !'.
Hardware Co. i the celebrated TABLE.
B 'il-. trhlllll'II'. I'll rlI.! !:! .: agents for

Fain in t1.e :kin. Old Matins .s>, H'-. Odorless i refrigerators,

t'lc T'. etc. ]>otuuc Blood l.d'.n! Foiey's Kidney Cure absolutely guaranteed or LaurelsAgain LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
2 EFFECT bhCKMBKK: 1. 1*1
tukeu internally, i ure- tie \\" 1',1 and I refunded. -
nukes kidneys and Madder r2.t.! money ,
must deel'c! .', c ises by t uricl:m. -.-. TU ParU Exposition New Orleans and Mobile. ----
purifying and vitalizing the blood. mad e the Gold ,
FtaUl Awant to So.II, :-'o.4. So.2. No I. No.l. I No.6
thereby jfivnua healthy blondup! 1.5 a 12l5m' IiKS p Leave ..-.- Pensecola.Arrtve 'I 6.! ) a.: ) p I 9'.0' p
ply to the -k fu. llotautc Blood Kilin LAW DEPARTMENTOF Mu a :l;_'1 p 11' I L..ave_.... t lomaton ..... Leave =:3S a :3J p I 1:151 p
is'the only cure. to tay cured, for I.W.HARPERKENTUCKY 1l:')) a 4:22p: 2.5 a L"a"4L..MobUI! ... L -eve I 1IIoo't N ll1n I 5OOp

three awful, :annoying skin troubles.Other .._ W::f.p ,-1ilO-a -Leave.- --NPw. .-Orleans Leave_ !).'JI.1'i aNorth. ..::."

remedies m"y relieve but B. .

H. B. actually: cure, heals eeryHore. John D. Stetson UniversityDo
and given the rich glow: of ;:WWSKEY :\0.2. \0. .. I No. 1 No I.
health to the skin. H. P. B. builds up 11 a.5 pm UI I' ID Lf'a"e... Pensaeola Arrive I t- p ID 6:0, a IDft15
and makes Lnucl, I'1QricItts.JOHN 'Cold am &;:11 p m Arrve... :'olontgom..rl ..lA-lIVe lIIS a m Is5 p IIIIli
broken-down body
th wa 9an Arrive... BaroIRbam ..brave e..ila ID 4:',5
altm. j m
am p
also I
the blood red and nourishing. Over I' FOKKBS.! IMi 1>.. l rl'"ll'lItI.BJHTJ.: FAHU\II.IIJ. B. Dean 1lJ5pm 3IO..m Arrive. .!\a bVllle ....L..ave

!4I'O voluntary tl'"tinhHluh of cure Tall Term ('..lIlIlIt',"'es \Vedie-daOctober 1 11X11'. t 0tteaNhiP. Q 2J: a m 113 a m I Arrive... Lonlnltle .. ..u-ue I, 8:15 p ID xi5 I m
by itotanic Blood liahn I B. 1'. It.I 7'a0 a m 1l5V a m Arrlv8..Clnclon.U..vat'lI e;w I' m U:15 p m
Trial free TWO YKAKh' tOU1:9ETtiLtiw Departnl-ntotJohn 1:. ll'tsou University Rives I 1:lam 1Upm Arrive MCLouis_ __ .:-Leave_ (a5pm_ 'tSSpm
lruUI-t.+. H treitment .. -
a t"' o-xc"r.' cour-.e. |f>aJin< lo the (l.>zrt or LL h AND RIVER"
and prepud by writing Blood Balm DEWEEADM11'stToTHF B.AR-ThrdplomaoltheLawDepartmrntofJohn B. Sold by DSDEteer Bros. PENSACOLA .

Co., Atlaut-i. Ua. Describe trouble, St.'t.i>n t'nlt'.r.lly admi to the Bar
where time not shown No. .
free medical advice until H'KTHKK 1:0.: nIK t.\TtoS..t'ortl": Law Announcement of 11I' and given
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cured. lr JlutoruiatiourtjardiDetUi La Departmettt.adlrs- 11:55 pm 100 I m L..ave.. ....P..nsacol.Arrln 10:50: p m 0:21 p m-
ALBERT J. FARKAH. Dean of Law: Department, 1:15 nIght 1/JI" .. ... .... ohlmla........ 11)11"; ;IJI"
De Land, Fla. |' IIDNEY OllEiSESiI UII" 1:1" ........ a-mestra ......_. II 1011. II 1I:'1UI'ti" '
OA.STOTII.A.: : : 7:15: It .........Ec.mbla......... 1:1tl! II Est '
I I U 1i'u T:2S: .. ..... ..-. Mulat ........... fia" 6:45I3:34 :
Ii...,.tb its K 'd Yes Hm Au1: dUrBcrat4t. ) I 7:21 .. ..- Harp ..... ..... 11)a12a I:.)
of in UM most fatal sl &fld. : ) 1.3- 'I .. ,.....(ialtCity......_ 10:111 II 1It7
.t 4- : Tulane University Louisiana. 1i54: ,. 1;'IV" .. _........ Milton ... __ It 10:10 : II:,) It
G.4/EG uu.I 1J 1m. ... _....Good itange_ ...... II I 4i6 '
No Orlonua. 1:511": l.t5" .. ..._...._ Holt' .-.. ._. of 8- tJ6
t ) ......._ lIl1lan ..__ 1I J" K
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Seasonable household ) FOLEY'S =:I II I'J 2a) It It ag5Crestview II M" ........Deer Llnc1._ .II 8:511"11:111" 4710 1It! to K

j and kitchen utensils at the EDWIN A. ALDERMAN, LLD., President.full I i:1. ot": It 811)1135 "It "" __DeFnnnakSpdaga.Mossy head_ It" 8.1 8:11"to 1:11 7:41 to

Willis Hardware Co.'s.If 4:14 It ft:.. It _..._. Argyle 7.44 It 1,1t It
Courses tn Languages, Sciences, En lnecrlng. Law Medicine. Pharmacy, Art. CoclilnironcdiM .:..1' 851' ._ponee dl Leon.- II 1'i": 111"'
M..vt-n Separate Department Mxteen iuldngs. Extensive: Libraries Laboratories or montf rtKmdtd. 6a< ) 1':10 I .. ..'estllle._,_ 1:11' to tM"
and Workshops. Splendid Department for Women la tlee'il'comb College. I 11:001" 1-)15' .. ,.C.r1"ltle_ '1U" lw: "
you want a nice present to give I Tulane makes leaders la all vocation Its acuities for Instruction are unsurpassed rccofnUt by tjasl' 1183 It 1J: It _8onllal_ 1)511 II l'fT"
to a friend, go and look through the in the south. Eighty-six instructors and ltd students last session. Many scaolarnhlps I the but fKMoiy a IJ;{)) Itjt7 It II _Cblple1....__ 81 II 1.4 "
line of suitable articles at in the academic department open to Louisiana DOTS. Expenses o( scholarship student Mat phTddaas u 0::$) II lid 11" -Cottondale._ 111" 1".1III 000II,
I elegant find 1175(or session. Board and lodging. in dormitories at low rates. OpportunltellTordl'd! tad BUdto troublu.! 1:Ij) 1l5": ...._M IlIannl An< ) 1.14
J. I, Stephens, yon surely can academic students for selt.belp. In Academic Colleges no boy 11 properly prepared ; 7:1 1 to llL' _._Cypress ,_ 6:.' I" 11:45 111I
something to please you. If you l I for college work, will t.e turned away' from inability: to pay tuition. Next teuton be- na. ... ILIA '101" 11i to _Grand Rldge 1IJf1" lI;;!!
In the Diamond line I gtnuctober1L. Send for Catalogue. 1 7:59 .' 12:1J6 noon Mneads 6: 1' l' S)
anything II
be want eure to see him before you buy l Address, R. K.BRtFF,9ecretary. I W. A. D'ALEMBERTE. 615 L:13 ArrtveSivtrizacUon-Leave UJ": 19S aU:

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SHOT EXPLODED OYNAMITE. a member of the executive committee -fl-- Ii

THE PRIMARY until his successor shall be chusun in .

___ A Pink Gibson Ebw-n: to Atoms \ Unio,1Arkansas. I the ;rear 1904. .
Qualifications of Voters.

'.i'-njns, July 4.-A. : Those, and only those persons shall .. ,I
siecial to tl.-
jp GALL ifX'iI11i
ELECTION be permitted to become candidates before
: Si in.itar from Mammoth Spring:; ;, I IAi i or to'oe at or participatein tli'

; j; -a\i>: the management of this primary l'Ii'
CornpiHidetails have reached !I election ho are white democratic electors '

I hero of the frightful tragedy that occurrod i A primary election of the democratic I duly registered for the electionin L.L4ill ;.1" 1

at Union! a small village! in I party will be held in Escambia county, : the year 1900! or on the 12, 13 4nd J. i
c4 this county Wednesday : 14th days of June 1902, who declare i if
morning in Florida on the 13th day of July, A. D.i i I' for Infants and Children.
which Pink Gibson a well known i their adherence to the principles and
citizen I U
was blown to atoms and nine i 1902, for the purpose of nominating organization of the democratic party, Ca"toria is a hannleMilMttute for Ca'tor Oil, Parejiorif : l

other candidates for the following offices: national state and county who, if Drop* p.nil .sooUiru-r Sjrup1 It is lM 'a"aiit. It 1 1'
men .were more or less seriously I. they voted at the regular election other NarcoticsuliMaiU'o. I j
One United States Senator. contains neither Opium .Morphine nor
STORK injured. ,I in 3rd held next preceding such primary It 's Worms and alia}'* FoterMiness.It I
The ease as reported is a most peculiar One Representative Congress, I election then voted the demoCratiC fiir> Diarrhu-a 1I1 AVincl Colic It rclie\t>s Teething 'i'i

TIME one. Harvey Sexton received I District. i ticket, national, state and Truiibli's mill euros CiiSt ipation. It rojrnlati-s thoStc.niach

of warning that a band of whitecapperswere One Justice of the Supreme Court. :: county, who are by the laws and IJonc-K, ;:i\in;:' healthy and natural sleep. t

f' wIueU-, '-is is a thoughtS term to visit his house with tie! One Secretary of State. I'I of the state lawful electors of The CliUdrvuV Panacea-The Mother's Friend. i I!

:.' ipation. avowed intention of killing him and One Comptroller. the election district in \\hicu they i!
iti.>nof taint dynamiting the buildicr. Sexton offer to vote, who have paid their poll The Kind You Have Always Bough'Bears : !
i iI Two Railroad Ccmmissioners.
.. taxes legally due not less than ten
,la hil.15.irtb, I barricaded his doors and with a rifle i One State Senator, 2nd District. days before such primary election is the Signature of t : II i

.S >tT4tioa.nmes, :, kept a sharp lookout. Yesterday morning I I, Two Members of the House of Rep held, and who shall when challengedby ,

j the alleged whitecappers made : resentatives.One any elector pledge in writing, upon I

their! appearance and Sexton fired onpbullet : f Tax Assessor. oath, before an inspector his honor to

MOTHER'SFRIEND I the shot striking Pink Gibsonin One Tax Collector. I abide by and support the result of such ,j !

the stomach and passing throuiha lOne County Treasurer. primary, and vote for the nominees I !.
i Five County Commissioners. therefor.
pocket in which a stick of dynamitewas Three Members of the Boardof t
tie The inspectors to conduct this election
S. '.h th Us, ai pain l mothers accoinpan can"and}ing.V ; carried. Immediately there was I Public Instruction. will be selected by the commit In Use For Over 30 Years. 5 .

!.i ulthy: sweet di'positioned J a terrific explosion and the ground One Justice of the Peace for DistrictNo. tee at a meeting to be held at the ._. er'-'ao,, .0.......... n ..,..... n..n IIWYOIN CV ___ i I I

.' ii S5 into the world.kness : i I for a number: of yards around whe.e One.lOne office of Judge T. R. McCullagh, at _-I ,'J,
55 sore breasts and exns I the unfoitunate map stood was torn Constable for Districts Nos. 1, .:30 p. m., June 24, 1902. This committee -- -= -

] cau fl by the radualljus Up. 3,4.5, 6. will meet at Judge McCul- REMOVAL NOTICE.Dr. .

"S are relieved by this After the smoke had cloared: away : One Chairman of the County Executive -I lagh's office at 8 o'clock, Saturday S 1C.COO frs. --- ,I

': rtli\5iuj liniment. I it was learned that Gibson had i Committee. night, July 19, 1902 for the purpose of 5/ Awarded at Paris N '
ni nif'jl-1 aids to childbirth mt t One Secretary of the County Executive -!'canvassing the vote and announcing Q. H. Tuttle ;
I \
" thor'. Friend has grown in l..pularitj instantaneous death while his com par.I -- Committee. :1 the result of said election and the inspectors /
'' rich I Ions had l>een fc-Iled Ito the ground. I One member of the county executiveCommittee I
S -e a1llln ; women I j will have then and there the Dr. J. Q. Heard,
S .. :-. found and welcomed I i The party immediately rctrcatcd.i in and for Precincts Nos. !i returns of said election; if they have '
.5. ,v' 11 as in the cabin. ;i Oih'onas literally blown to atoms one to twenty. inclusive. i| not been already forwarded to the DENTISTS. \ 1

.. :"thtrr'saijonyof! mindi.aalivaulifnlinflucmc small portions of his body being four.-l The State Executive Committee has ''I| chairman of this committee. I SAlt I'
lonu distances away. Sexton notifie.1 i prescribed the rules and regulations I. C. B. PAIIKHILL.DAN" KOOIIIH 7 anil n, Ma'nnio Tf ni|>l<\ 1
S. t'!.<- hild. and instead ol i of the primary for state officers, in- MURPhY Chairman.Secretary. I CORDIAL
.'. *lit' :Tithoritics 0th(' occurreme an Inn I branches i f ureicnl. Operative and
>- iiidbicllyfoniisjoch i :, eluding the State Senator and memo I Hiehf rcco-nmendst'ons for cure o! Poorness Mechanical t'enlustry perlorluedwuth technical t !
S :iiw humanity: ,reixx.ii- |I iJIillt' was held. The wrli' t of !bers of the House of Representatives 1 cl Blood Stomach trouHts and Centrtl Deb tkill.Spertal I.t.

r t ,'..untr). tr..' cornoer's jury was that "Pink"lill' I'anti the County Executive Committee. i'v Increases the .rrrt'", strensihens attention given to children's j jr..Hht.old

\ :: M' .th.:. "Motherhood"I' t Hll"lli 1lJUO.ieel .-on carae to his d at a meeting held in the office of ; INSPECTORS AND CLERKS.The I the ceocs ml 33 bu.idsup rue Driiiuil the cntire Jiitm. -and Bridge Work.mid I'orcelaiu tilling CIU\\11 't[ '

> UU REGULATOR CO.. Allanl;!, CaNTS dT"I.t( of a sun.ihot wound and the explosion County Judge McCullagh on the 2Cth PARIS J

: o!' dynamite at the hands o? day of May, 11)H2)' : ; provided rules and ha\.1 I:. toutfit A C o. Material ; Competent Fiiuipiiunt.Telephone : 1
regulations .is follows, in accordance ) following namrd persons 1 1r
-Ian..y Sl' ton. : o arrests have i>e"-nmade. IftnlVI. No. UTS )
HAVE FATAL DUELS with the platform and regulations of I liton appointed by the Uemcratc! I

the State Executive Committee for the Executive Committee of cambfa
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I: nomination of candidates for Tax Assessor I county to conduct the primary eke' H '
courtsr: Occurs in a Town in Cutting Dawn Their Corn.
Tax Collector County Treas I i lion of July 15: I'.ioi': in their respective : -,
Arkansas. Opelika. Ala.. July 3.-Many farra- 1JI.
County Commissioners, School precincts, under th> rule s of the W1NG 1 1luifcrttrB GO.
\iv! July t.-.\ tra I'.I.I..r.laJ eis in this county are cutting doun 1 Board urer. and Members of the Executive I State and County Democratic Kx'':<:-u-I HOP r &

.. their coin and putting it f.
.5 \ afternoon at' away >r Committee: tire Ccmmittets and the ins!)tructu>ns
', TliP!'c tiny Capsule? :superior i iI
5 8 (1v''!land county. Two fodder as it is a total loss as corn. A The nines of the candidates for !that will be furnished them I I Balsam uf
fierce. hot \\'in'I has been =' 1. O. C. Clifford Jno. Copaiba. and Dealt In- t
M! ai'J: another is; dyim. blowing these different county offices and members I Precinct 0. rs ;
"t Ox for a w".k which finished it up. Cotton of the Executive Committtee must I M. Rich. Sr., inspectors; R. I.. Rob \ C"bc-L: sad Injl'( I.m. 8'1
i They -ureiu48 hiiirn thin Chinese and \
is last the official ballot to bused clerk.Precinct. Japanese
o.; >."<' and larfi-ld (Cilo!;; .",. at suu untiring and cannot be printed upon .
: ='0.Frank Marx Ash | *&.IJt' J ri-s said election July 13I'JOJ ; !
S I New J-lnt.1\fI: I last IntUit lonec: The outlook is the: in primary i .
mo't gloomy l that this section has and no blank lines will be left':I Cravey, inspectors; John Davcnpoit I 1 4i (HI 0 If' inEvery nI'CGISfl4.Z Fancy Goods, .' I
.5 td.h may dIp! from InjuriC'3.K experienced I I )
; on said ballots and no voter will be clerk. I :
it Is b* in many years. FINE CHINA TEAS
nr..l' claimed ,
allowed to vote for or write the nam Precinct ='0. 3.-C. H. Royett. W. J

-tui.iis. A New ndmburj Jus. I I I lof any candidate on the said ballot. Wilkins inspectors; C. H. Kupfrian. 31 South Palafox St. S ; ;

:.t |1''IU't' deputized M
-. ;.fr forV. A. At wood x C.) is through the bowels that the printed on said ballot. Precinct Xo. 4.-S. P. Hendrix Mark

-i the two rr>n. Mrltdth wntiy I I body is cleansed of impurities. Constipation -j Each peibon' desiring to have his I Htird Jr., inspectors; John LangrenI ', Is lulerrtlol and>ut should the wui Vnowatx .ilrrfu! ..
I I keeps these poisons in the election I clerk. M\R\L ,i
name printed on the primary Whirling Spray
\\ l'h orders Thn Kilgores! ..
system causing headache, dullness Precinct HuFbee W. B TbfttPW lt I have been authorized to take 0
ballot as a candidate for the above = 0. 3.- \ J. lcB *rltlfr. ItjreUhd ,
arri'-i and drew knives aol and melancholia at first, tben unsightly I t1IM :'US'l n. Itgt--5af- subscriptions forVm.. Jennings > .; '
'county offices and executive committee Weaver, inspectors; H. F. Frater, *-t--Mort tll ..nvrrI
S '" I1$. th'-m on M Hlllh TV eruptions and finally serious shall file with the chairman of this clerk. ; ,S tl,&. ,I IIi Bryan'a paper, "The Commoner. ;' H

;it it'.stol: and rornmenceJ illness unless a remedy is applied. county executive committee on or be- Precinct Xo.C,-T. J. David*on.C. H &.. Y'.''noqlot r..II.II The price is $l.(*) per year in ad- Mlill

Tin, filCh wasa?d desporminute He\Vitfs Little Early Risers preventthis fore the noon hour, 12 m., on the 24th I hobbs, inspectors; 11. JI. Donifaycleik. M tI''H','ann..t 1 I..I"WI se.jtnovlir. tIt vance. Those, desiring the paper !
trouble have it sent to them by sending I 1
liver can .
by stimulating
Mrnd ffttiiiip for 11.
S and the en.l l his notice of
to> at day of June A. D. 1&02, it ,
ami promote easy, healthy action of Precinct =' 7. John Hammock J faa uUirt anil'1< ...yum 'f'l"otr.II..k.4 fl.OOto the undersigned. \
:; .n r> i \\T<> killed end Mri I candidacy and application in writingto 0. |uni. n ti"n>In.aiuibL II'
the bowels. These little pills do not Campbell.c1rtk. ..I&IIIiI1.I. 1 IRS v .. H. M, ROCIIK, l
\V. Ed.
,. 1< iite condition riemN! !i have his name so printed upon a Norris, inspectors; Care "ews. .
act violently, but by strengthening I Daily
blank to be furnished by said chairman Room :Kc Times Midi., New York
M"Uuth 1 I
K and ai
.Mns I the bowels enable them to perform I
II accompanied with a sum ofmoney Precinct ='0. S.--Oeo. Gibson Hud
I I their own work. Never gripe or dis- assessed by the committee as 1 Proctor inspectors; Taylor Crabtree

tr,..-,;. Harps' I'haunacy' John Shep- follows,: clerk. THE GARDEN SECTION ; 1
Srl.r, P I f0r Cai.smg Girl's Deatn.N \p.ud and Sidney Kahn. Piecinct ='0. 9.-P. R. McXeill] A. I I
Each Candidate for Tax Collec- I ,

S. uh 4 Fn ilenrVlucted \ { tor . . . . . "J10000 Cowart.lnspeltors; AV. T. Dick. clerk. -OF- ,(,
35 i '. ot ma-i: Want Bull Fight Prevented. I Precinct ='0. 10C. J. Ward. R. Ed
Each Candidate for Tax Asses-

.a'i'' i-i! !n raising tI,' Onthiie. O. T.. July Governor sor . . . . . . 7i.00 dints inspectors( ; R. II. Rrvars. cleik.Piecinct PensaooieF1orida.I
rf 1.1'J \ II! ()rikaiy Fereiis'n has been appealed to by th1 Each Candidate for County I ='0. 11.- 11 H. Lee. L r

; fa n v !,-r.I to sev. n National Society for the Prevention Treasurer . . . . 73.00 Minims, inspectors; J. B. Stewait, { ;
< a- i -' I months imprfsonmpnr. of Crueltj to Animals to stop the bull Each Candidate for County com- i cleik. Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus. -

\ !,:t,1, r''omml'DII.-d fieht! advertised to occur at 1.awton. missioner . . . . 10.00 Precinct Xo. 12.-J. L. Siholls. J. r
merey.Downfall : Oliver inspectois K I). Reges, elrk
\ 5" ':::11110-.1. 1 O. T. July 4. as an attraction of the Each Candidate for School Beautiful Lots for Sale. i
street fair. Board . . . . . 10.00 Precinct = 0. 13J. G. White Sr.
A. A. Fisher J. Emmett
inspectors; .
Each Candidate Justice of Peace 5.00 I
".. Due To Betting. \ 5.00 I I Wolfe cleik. 40x137% feet at from $75 to $200 each accord- .
: .I am using a box of Chamberlain's Each Candidate for Constable. ,
Prei'iurt0.. 11. Jos. I. Johnson t
'I -
.JIIy 4
-Anna Wilson.
Stomach and liver Tablets and findthem Candidate for members of the Executive Dave Kueleman, inspectors; R. C ing to location and surroundings. !I
S na woman rec-ei\ed at the best thing for my stomachI Committee are not required to I Caldvvcll clerk. .
S ii f-cim Iia.vton to t>\"t'rt"ed.." T. W. Robinson
serve"Miing says pay any assessment. I Piecinct ='0. 15.-:M. P. Palmes. Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View, ; tHigh *
S Justice of the 1'tac-e. Loon.ih. Mich.
her employ after June 24 possible a
As soon as :
:Mansfield Moreno inspectors F. M
MS r.-RUtered that sho These tablets not only correct ds- list of all candidates for above-named Whitins cleik. ; Dry Fertile Lands. I ;

: :.ill:l to totting on horse I II I j orders (if the stoma h, but regulate; positions will be printed in the newspapers I Precinct, ='0. 1C.-J. f!. howard C. -- ----,-- -- I f

I, the take liver and and pleasant.owc-ls. in They ifltct.are Price easyto ; will and the give chairman a receipt of for the committee each i, Flowers, inspectors; J.V.. King, The grandest opportunity for investment ever ', I! S

: 25: (Patsr box. For Rale by all'Irli4gists offered in Pensacola.
v acation Days. notice of candidacy received and if Precinct ='0. 17.-K. A. Kuhen. J. A. i
i i, and medicine dealers. after the 24th day of June any person lIc-n.lrix. inspectors J. L. 1I03t. clt'rk.
'i i ill ln>re and the chillivini .- claims that his name has been left Precinct ='0. Is.-John Gibson H. T. Home Seeker.-Sil tld--Se; These Lots. .

5 J ; out of Medical Society Attention. off of the list of candidates published, Knterkin, inspectors; J. M. Harrison.
S healthier i>lai. for There will be of his claim will be rejected unless he I II clerk.
a regular meeting I A. Clu.'folbsCorner I
I ntily to guard i ,
holds for same Irom the II
idf'11Ull to most open- be Pensacola Medical Hociety at a receipt i Precinct ='0. 19.-W. 11. Trimmer. S .

.5' 111. .I%' "lllIals 1I\\'iu'" he Board of Health offre it chairman. Terry Jr., inspectors; F. )1.YOOt!.

": ;,:\,. for qut'kly htojv 3'clockp.rn. Tuesday. July *! anti 22.: If a larger: number of candidates. I clerk. Garden and Alcaniz Streets. J Jt
Visiting; physicians are cordially shall he announced than were contemplated Piecinct! ='0. :20.:! -(:. ,Yo Mcfurdy.
of "I'i
1/1.\ illl dong ';
when the above assessment was Daniel Bowman inspectors }-'. M
..- For scald-- [invited to attpnd.DR ;
i 'i->d IhVitfVitth nrs. .W. C. DEWBERV, made. the committee can. if they see Mayo, clerk. I K.C. KKENT.: W.M. H KNUWLM: W. K. HYfcK. JR., J. B. KEEHE.President. i
President fit to do so. cut down the said assess C. R. PARKHIU. Vlce-I're.ldrfnt, l'r.bln.u't Cftibler .
'ni' ort'*. nitan>l
1. It. Johnson S\\nt OK. I,. DE L H..I'IaK."u25tU ment. The voters of the entire county DAX MURPHY. Chairman. .

S .. Secretary. will vote on the \named conn- Secrftary. 2ojtf ;If
1 I.
>t i> /II Oil t5iMl
< "- fir atilt officers including the chairman and I First National Bank
)it"- secretary of the executive committee. \ !
!Ih'\\ > i'l t rnllllt'I II'1 and ; POLLING BOOTHS
except the justice of the peace
ii Mini \ Ji lui Sh' I 3FAVORS The Beer constables and the candidates for acounty : FOR THE PRIMARY.

Ka: :] office who shall receive a majority -: I

--- of all the votes cast for that Following are the polling booth desianated OF PENSACOLA. FLA.IIcyrcItui ,: .

M'tRS FATPCKINCS That Made.< office shall be declared the nominee' for the primary of July 15:

of the democratic! party for that office. Precinct 1-=,ix. School house. I : j

In the event a candidate: does not receive -" Precinct Kupfrian, Kupfrian WM. H. KNOWLKtJ. A. BLOUNT F. C. BRENT N. K. HYER. JL

FROM LOBBY a majority of the votes cast an Pa ik. D. G, BRENT .
&ANNHtI !tR T&MV& 1 U UI ;
other primary election will be held on Precinct :Windsor.. School HousePierinct ,
the 12th day of Aueust. U<02. to choose 4-Ferry Pass Roberta'Old

"'. 172: To be entitled between the two candidates receivingthe Place. rILI! &d nti A

S '<-f ne lobbying and to highest vote in the July primary.The I'einctnealilah., School house { a : n1 3gt &d 11L! I

measure of punishment voters of the county at largehall Precinct l 5-Powell on. Cantonment
VICTORIALIII' ,; vote for the chairman: and see- Pl'peinrtPine Barren Reef Mar irrWe
iwuted of the same.
letary of the executive committee nail. ket. I draw oar own Bills of Exchange on Great Britain Ireland i
the vote was: the of tach tact shall vote f
S issage voters Ire Jennings'*
Precinct S.-Crattl'p.
:\ IJY AOIKBKEWIXOCO.ItKNl Germany. France, Austria, Italy Holand, Spain, Belglom, RussIa, Noi "
Borden, Bryant Coulter. for a member= of the executive commit- store railroad. ]!

.\ rnie. Pirrong Rogers ; ItM'K.M: r.oill.K lKKl; : '('e (toni his precinct and the candidate -'' Precinct 9.-Rluff Sprines. the usual) : way, HweJen, Denmark: !and__other_ European u countries.els .

IN TOWN.DANNHEISSER. for the executive committee receivine place. '
crVj ,, Uisbnrged the Most
Wolfe and Yancy-13. upon Favorable Terms and theii
the hiehest vote east shall be
Precinct 10-Wardt Holland, Ward
Dblijation Taken Payable at Port of fegtiPaUon Ten or Fifteen Da
s. Bristol, Brett, Cal- BROS Idacksmith shop. Her Vessel Arrives 'her *

j; )hrson. Kirk, MYERS, Precinct 11-Walnut Hill, school! _____ .
S S-ntt.i cf 31st, Summers Twenty house. "Safety Dsposlt Boxes: for Rent In Connection 1

.11. (Senate Journal.) I I. W, HarD r srtsk! ?. :Mi?, Minerva: Smith of Danville Precinct 12-City, Intcndencia an,: with which we bRYA a PHTB lul.rtmentforthBU8. 1.
I 1:1.!'1 \\IH--. "I I l>ad! Iii oioliitifor Aleaniz. tfPn'ntn"i.
'.lyS Keeps It Handy. M am Houe 401 :S. Palafox street '''', ntMar1 and in'\-r gOt: ndief tin- Precinct 13-City, Garden and PaTafox. 4

ifforeil a long tim K B. t-xchane-Orp.: Union Depot \ :1 1 I i-l: I Fi.i.! \ .- H.IU.' and Tai :. "I
P. O. Box L'Sl. Pensacola, Fla .\ iuilu! i s a Sill'1' :' S'ul l hy W AI Precinct 14-Pat Mcll'ielnU- tf
palnh and generaiirily
-1 ni". to inciist: PhonFo" lit.2t'i.: I r1, mlxrtf 1 121!I South PaKif.ix streetFoley's mana and Palafox. WE WILL' FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE 3'i

.'.' ..: xlditia \'. H.II.I I'r'-, met l-Yalonry'; -' : .
-. cti-tr. liu'-..- ansi ii< ncia and DeVilliers. .. 3
,i i isist hoi to mat \llfnditurinMtee Hon? and Tarcurts -S '' S w"'" ...,.y. .r 1r ) mn- ::
all lI..r-tlll' !II'"x :n, tIsUii'r ilfinanilnvHin y Precinct 16-1'Ineylll. !: i. .. / I.
ami .. dardall. : :.R-
sine I4u.-r.
lit- (" .IIIr..11 .
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colds, presents pneumonia place. 5'I, : .. : 1
., tci pr..nt th>-m to the unl..r.11t1lt..I"IlIU .
'iit> ;'\. tats r"llIlr",1 0 I
t I"" J'-HTS. Precinct 1.-Brent's. >;p <1 : : : I
.5' lIukn!!; that MAX I.. In: \1:. sheji.Precinct ..\, .. "
,as" "h.' has Iikjaw drnlnl'tratllr. MYERS DODGES AN? 18-McDati 1 I. fl: :. : .:;'.:.:. .. .. .
:t. Do not .
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place .r' I : '
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I' '
'o do I't-r''I.:
ns. !n Kvnmbin: ('ount:" Circuit Court stat. .f IMPORTANT LABOR MEASUREHouse Precinct 19! Molino Ward .f II. .. ,..., ."ruV:4I.\: ,..,," 1
S airtnarh is Florida. In ebInccry.Rtru.y Precinct i'I-Flomaton. C"I.I! w" ; ;.1'1.._ III.... "" rt. ,
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:!M I h aoi41.!: Kotlolm Wilhlllll ; I t 11..1. f'1. .. '
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ml I .- 'nsthens I ".5. Hit IT' Sr ,0.. \Oo , ,
Liil: ..r W lilall1! -. PUT 111:5: i-Mt and! tahit t. a; tans F 'Swot .. I : -. "
S ': \irmPha''III' loo.!I. It-!, tbeclrtfmlant.(in Mnncliv. tb Lliler- 7th illmni-div of July.. la A.reamredto II. j\.r.' Bill No. 162. A Bill to be ;ii! "!.: --. ., p]. ijn I! !M T l' .'. ;M I i it I .: .' ... -" '1. .. 1\. ,., I I.;, .", .' ,': . ':. 'r < tf '

8pp<- t to the bill rilrd against her hrr.ord.r entitled "An Act for t'e! protection of a .x 'l,:in.'" ; ''i:'i I't n i *i at s- t i.o -
I .111 I : vln.'v .. ; I.r. .',4, III-I\J 'e t, i' W' .
L: T.I. Th.> .f |I'i.\ T"als .. S
tDi111" to b* puhM'-hcil onct *...d! discharged employees and to prevent , wo' -a.r .. : I."r'.1,1., W' i. .' '. .. :t, r:1. ; S
.. In lb.- t ..5"- i : j 'i tl.| "ma,'" el S .aru ;I "" -i. J : : I .w' '
S wpfli for tour con'rcutUeil. S
inafrwds. I&i. 'SI y
inS black listing and for otner purposes. : ; ', Ia4 f' ...,..... .1 ; \.
(" |I'*IIN' NEWa nrwfpapt-r published Pr cT i 'n's. w.s4. sn b Mn AU.VEs iilltULNO u j l al" I.. 4.1.. ,
.A. "j ii': C. "'1.I.A.: I'-vamtna: of the bill In the senate -
S : p, t .P1 bJ. county.A. M MOM ILL*Vdvrfc On the passage SAlVONA SOAP CO'I (cr. 12th 5 PinE Sts. ST. iouis MO.
", Senate S
: (- .rcuit Court Mr. Myers did net vote ( BANNER SALVE.hc I -- -- t
7 LLScZ BT K. H. Burton.: Ii < Ia
:V.l '/ / l.i.a: I Pen.aella.: Kla May ft', :t'2! $17oaAlw' Journal). 22june2t > most healing salve In Uv work -


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I ADD PE5LSsss2s2sa day commemorating the sign I i : ..Specials. .. :HAT DON'TSAY .

s ing of the independence declaration : : ( : ,
George A. Creary representing I
: -
126 years ago was: fittingly celebrated I;
Mobile hardware firm, i is here today. ; \ \ I SAYMUCH
here yesterday by a total suspensionof I : ,
Mi- Minnie Wood I Is her
visiting business and people of all classes THE BIG STORBLinen
friend, Miss Lillie Ervin, at De- -* !
; : !
Funlak Springs.Mi attended outings In every direction.The .

most auspicious and impor-
*e Martin, chief trimmer atFalk' ,' ( 'I
I millinery store, left today for tant event, however was the picnicat I : : Suiting.For ,.1
I Just Let You Read the Prices, we Know the Result!

her.northern home. Magnolia Bluff the first public MEN'S SUITS........... ... ( q i

Mr*. Emily Gale of Mobile is visiting appearance of the K. I. K. Associa I'I! For For LADIES BOY SUITS.SUITSWhite ..-..... .................. 1 17-1,1 to t 3ae/ yari i i17J y) a;J ,: LADIES' 3.Bar Beaded SANDAL, French Heel...... ..... . $2.00

her sister, Mrs. Manuella Quina, tion. Upwar of 1,500 people at- I| J f jl
: : LADIES'4 Strap, All Over Pat. Leather SANDAL..... .... .. .. $2.00
; 325 East Roman! street. tended, the hourly afternoon trains !: i. .; Madras.COLORED !.
II. Lewis, a prominent druggist of having been run with great reg- | ,; ; MADRAS.... ...... ... !{ql LADIES' Seamless All Over Patent Leather SANDAL... .. .. .. $ 1.50 -:'

Mitrianna, arrived last night, registering clarity and each' carried good I I I For GENTS'}SHIRTS....... ..... to t 2oc/ yari ( !

at the Merchant hotel. crowds ; For BOYS' WAISTS .... .... .... :; LADIES1 Patent Leather Vamp. SANDAL, Buckle and Bow. $ 1.00

I Harry Jones and Ham: Adam of The important events were the White Goods. ; ;I LADlE5' One-Strap SANDAL, Buckle and Bow...... ...... . 70C
Bagdad and E. S. Blake of Miltonare I
speaking by Mayor Jones and ScottM. : LACE STRiPES...... ...... ...... : I
in the city today guests at the Loftin, the baseball game and !I I ;, MERCERIZED STUfES.... ... 41 t to 2oc/ yard !: \ : LADIES' Patent Tip OXFORDS...... ..... .... ............. ... .. 65C

: Merchants. I FANCY REVERINGS..... .... } il
I the individual drill for a gold medal LADIES' Bourdoir SLIPPERSRed and Black: ...... ..... ... 50c
!II Robt. S.Velh, an officer of the offered by the association. The I'; : 25 Dozen Boys'Waists, Good Percale, Fast Colors..... ....25c each \ ) I II jI

regular\ army arrived this morning I I ; ;\ Goods. ....25 to 35c laid LADIES' Serge House SLIPPERS........ ..... ...... ...... ... 25c
and went down to Fort Barrancas.He medal was won by Sergeant Peter I j 23 Roll; New China Mattings, Heavy yard ( i iI j.f
: .f I
H a..imed to duty there. | Abt of the Escambia Rides after' a I j Also Plain White China Matting. ;;\

Mr*. F. C. Brent, Mis Cora Brent I great test. The judges were Pike ': j)) Three Pieces Velvet Carpet-will Close Out at...... .... ...65c yard I. ) i

and Mr. Robert Brent arrived home I ) I
Maddox and Marion Bowes. MEYER SHOE
i ) Plain Shades..15c each. Dodo Shades... ....35c each. ; ,
Mi.s Cora has been attending col. II I I I I I Oak or Cherry Poles .. ...15c each. ri I
I the Butherlands: and Giant The '
r :
i Feet Furnishers for I'ath
leg. i Only
i .
: Odd Pair of Lace Curtains Cheap.
latter won by a score of 2 to 0. The
Mira FaniueMaueelpy entertained: 1\ : '
I game was played in the afternoon, ,I \ 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
the hit: Hill Tennis club! at the hospitable !

home of her parents last I when the day was the warmest, but I. ) ,\ I .
.' \
night. It was a most enjoyable social 'I nearly a thousand people sat ,, : YOUR3 TO PLEASE, ( \
I. ( iII
event.H. !
through it all and saw the finish.

M. Ingersou and wife of Buffalo i Mayor Jones and Mr. Loftin began \\ I i iI DEALER

N. Y., arrived yesterday and speaking at 6 o'clock. Each of!i JUitliam I0ljtt0on & Sou. INWe
I have Sampi--
spent the night at the Merchants. i '
their addresses were made up of the \ ( \\Tt\\ LL PAPER from the Large.
They left at 7 o'clock this morning I' : ( ) Manufacturers u
for south Florida: point. most patriotic sentences and were :_ _::::: -:--::-:: ---------::::::::: I I the United States.
greatly applauded. ',
MI-M Mab -l Weeks, wuo has been li I' 4 Feather Scroll, 15c per roll.

vi-itingrelativesaud friends in this Dancing was also a great feature: NAVAL STOKES MA UK .-X. ONE OF MYERS' VOTES A
I. I i t i Dining Room Tapestry |l.5u rer roll.
until I
city returned to her home in MobileThuriUy continuing about midnight.
Reported Dally for The New bji
morning, much to the regret Music was furnished by Chaffers' i Union Naval StoreOo. AGAINST WORKINGMEN '
of her numerous friends. I I \ Contractor for
Elite orchestra. *
I Decorating
I R09I5. House Bill No. 225. A bill to be en- *

. H. H. Catchcart of Montgomeryarrived The picnic was a great one, and if WW _... ..... f.11\o1 H ..... .........._fI il) ti tied "An Act requiring employers .
I I (} ............ .. al:a G. .. .__.._ 1 u Call Up I'hnne 3I.I or Drop a Postal Card.
this mvrlliu The gentleman i successful; efforts in this direction iN, S ..... .... .. ... 54' F .. ......._ lJ.j I to give cause of discharge in writing ,e 1 ; .
( i+ foreman for Cook i Laurie, M--....... ... ... ..... .\ E. .-............ 1 5K to agents or employes when dischargedif All Work C. 0. D. and Guaranteed.:
{ are as renumerative as the initial .. .._..... .... :.j n... _' ..... 1 5I I I
J and coon after breakfast: went out (' I l........... ...... ..... 2 "d .A; below.''' ..... 1 :anrtaITS requested to do so." Mr. Myers Corner Hajlen and Government Street.
one the association will soon become '
to cupriuteiul work on the new cot. Tn BPK THn-H 14'
voted against this bill and it was
1 ton oil mill.ENJOYABLE. a great power here. 1 i killed in the senate. One P.lock West of 1'ostoCce, Right on r".1 B. U i, ue.

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FAMILY SEASON TICKETSAT (Senate Journal 1901, page 1369.) i i


I Ice cold melons, large, ; $1WWW WiitWii4

MUSIC and tho
luscious at
Frank Sigari i will issue 100 family juicy,

RACES season ticket for baths at his spen.1 Stratton Ice Works. Tele-

A very informal Musicale was i did bath house, for a family of one phone your order. MONDAY'SoATo SPECIALS

i to three at $l.5'I) for the season and H_ _
jrlvm hit evening, by Miss Evelyn j The yacht races yesterday afternoon for a family of from three up for two

Heine complimentary to Professor i: were enjoyed by an enthusiastic dollars. These season tickets will mNrV.m .
entitle the! family to bathe whenever
Wbarton of the state college at Lake: crowd of the admirers of this they wish throughout the teaon.23jlm. L. FRIEDMAN & CO'St
I :
royal sport, and constituted an event : I
City. t*tvvTl piano: and violin
of the day distinguished by its success.
numbers were renders! very beauti I This weather makes the
There were three entries in pRACKET STORE..w 4*
fully by Mm Htiuc's p'ipiU, and, : grass grow. You can buy I
the -- ----- -
I round bottom class and four II ------
as usual. MU* HeiuH dt'liglitsd her keen cutting Lawn Mowers I
kit!,. The
: ;; timekeepers were Messrs.
hearers wttl tier bird-hk voice. I and Grass Shears from the 1 lot Shirting Calicoes, worth 5c yard,
[ D. J. Hayes and Sam Flynn and the
Mi..nOU'a; Wtm gave a: musical (I'judges Messrs. Christophersen Willis Hardware Go's. RE TAURAHT I our price Monday, 10 yards for 35c.

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recitation. "A n Old of
thieen and Choate. Thos. C. Watson & Co., 1 lot Ginghams, worth 8c yard elsewhere -
Mine by Wlutcomb Riley.
j In the round bottom cla;* the the leading: ; Real Estate A ents,take 5c
Harry Waseuheim: : by request, recited all the worry off the shoulders of the our price Monday yard.
:elapsed time was: Dodo, 2:01:52:
; of property the
owners manage
SpartJcus' :addr+n to th. Glad DAILY MENUS
1Va-Wa2:03:1)2. and Emu, 2:03:21. renting of their houses and the collection 1 lot Lawns in figures and stripes 27
iolt, r" In u masterly 111 inner, reltct- of their rents a3 conscientiously -
.. !| The elapsed time of the skiff was: a they would themselves. Comprise all the Up-to- inches wide, to go at 6c yard.
fug rrat credit upon him elf and
Ruth, 2:12:3Seagull; 2:12lf; Their charges; are very reasonable. Date Dishes the Mar-
upon his t"ach.T of eliiiMitiou: Miss --- -- kets of the World 1 lot Summer Short Waist Girdles to
I! Whaleback, 2:04:15: and Cyclone.
r atrice White.ThftveuiiK Il'J-:-.COLD'ATEIOIELOX AT Afford. go at 25c each.
i2ll:51.i : As the Seagull and Whale-
was greatly\ f'nj'Jyed.. THE GARFIELD ICE CO':;.
by all who attended. !(i back had no measurement; record, ---- 1 lot Corsets in White, Pink and Blue,

|i the judgment wa suspended until
Ladies' Private
--- I to go at 25c each.
their measurements are ascertained
M II.\ (nll: KIIIU.N: : : -
I I when the corrected time after E Dining Parlor.fc:< See Show Window.
Ami irrrU: ,W.dir+ the rrolileni. I IIIr. 'I ASK YOUR GROCER FOR
allowances, will decide the matter.
H. I.. Wartifi, in n recent is.uei ,'
)f the New YOlk World mys:- : The prizes; in the round bottom
"Only a iuall l'.rc"lItl oIf the class; go to Dud, first Wa-wa, Regular Dinner Daily.
Aitifrioau''ple hav perfect di I <.stion S kw'
and a.-imilitioii of food .iiul the second ,

rliiiutiation *>f the wi,tn in'itt..r-. oftilt Orders
Short Promptly Ill the 111 Itt..r of Rosy: ;uni
exrrrIthe w hol"l'rubll'lIl.f health DOUBLE MARRIAGEAT tilled Night or 113). LaMAAW1MWMW7

i+C''ltt4llfd. !H>' Ill tklll,; these might I = _
"''e can ('rO"It. perfect health.
Iii: -'tive ti iturhiU'are due'either MILTON If It'a wynethtnq ,001 to Eat
I wbii,you'll Una It Hi
to impri'i; fo.ij or too much I II
little With -
or too proper prop.
t-r food t..Ii."UIIi rt'.I"'" ililn :iinoimt-, Nick Apostle's Ball earing, keen cutting I will repair your watcnes and
the imperfect :notion of th. vaiiouspr Sn| '>! Corrr.pondrnceof Tu New jewelry in flrst-claas style. J. I

<>Cfe<4 are correcte.1. Milton, July 3.-The materialistic Popular Restaurant. Lawn Mowers, at the I Stephens.ISare .
Tin i* not fa.l but fact' -
a a I II Willis Hardware Co's- --
tabli4lieil btht' re.Hjichi's ofr.utC.i.t. quiet of our little city was pleasantly !

Thr action 'of* foods'and on hicteuologi-t.I the digestive; I,' disturbed today: by the romantic '>' 1WMotel Large, luscious, juicy t HooeytureatMarston your [ ng

/ntt 'inilative is known excitement attendant double A i KPU AAO tfFUTlVf PRtPAHCION THAT
organs upon
ice-cold melons at Stratton \
t'x.lctlTht' result to the blood and CAN BE USED WITHOUT COOKING $ Quina'sGreat
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through it to tl.* wtiola system is wedding which took place in the .E AAO ICAtErA9AirSTAf 6lVISCOU iCUffS nMSNECAPPEAAAAR.SHUTSOlBffTHW Cr AEM Ice Works. Phone for one. '' Furniture Empo-
certain and definite." court hou-e. Camden ---- -
The Most highly nutritive foal Italian* from the::: now Hiinuf ictured H Grape Nuts.It The contracting parties were H. C. ve m I'< tau ecru cure fur cou.U.

M made from ('O'rttllll'.trt of the Noble to Nancy A. Taylor. Otho S. t'IJIL.B.UL\, :
,:raiti and put through a mechanical
Yorke to Cammie L. Boyett and all
prose whereby the starches aret Is Now Open to the Public,
'han'I',1 <> grape ugar. and the came up from cambia on the 7:35 I
r11t\'lIo1tt', + ..f the cereal are re-
train and went directly to the courthouse under the management of I
lathed and t'iu supply the necessary
I 1
IItun.hmt'nt and vitality to the where after the preliminaryroutine
IM My. brain and nerve centers.In The Best Laundry Starchon MRS. S. MIMS I
Its prrdi.e-ted form, Orape- of securing license they were the Market. V 1 -- -- -

!'ut..lhH'"l\l'tl\.t'rtax the stomach, married by the Hon. E. P. Holley '
of Pensacola Florida. and To Mobile and New Orleans Mon
but renders utlicient :assistance j to To Greenville, Montgomery ,
the digestive organs to permit the ,i county judge of Santa Rosa county. NO BOILING NECESSARY.The Birmingham Saturday night July 6,1 day, July 14th, leaving Union Depot

u*y imilation of other food. RATES REASONABLE, 1902, leaving Union depot at 10:30 Monday morning at 11:30 o'clock
Thoroughly cooked at the factoryby only Starch Manufactured ''o'clock on special excursion train. sharp. Fare for round trip* T
food experts, briars Grape-Nuts 'i i KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. By the Day, Week or Month. 1 Returning leave Birmingham Mon- Mobile, $1.50; to New Orleans, ll.f'J
in the South I
I and From Cantonment
day at 10:30 a.m. Montgomeryat and Century same
serve from the with grocer the addition to you of ready cream to, Pensacola! Lodge, No. 3, K. of P.- Help Build up a Table Furnished with the Bet the 2 p. m. This may probably be the as Pensacola. A special rate will be

and ih'rrllp taste with the delicate Regular! meeting Monday night, Market Affords. last two-day excursion going north. made from Milton to Pensacola t>
July t, at b o'clock. Members are Coffee and refreshments will be connect with this excursion.: Returning

t pleasing ewretofthe the grape palate sugar of, wakes the most it I I i' specially: requested to be pre ent.. SOUTHERN INDUSTRY. Public Patronage Solicited.Free i served on the train, going and re leave New Orleans Wednesday
critical Time otficer3 for the current semiannual turning. Fare for round trip to morning at 11:30 o'clock and
('rlcure.1'hf' term will be installed by Sample Rooms. Mobile at 4
e are scientific fscU which Greenville and Montgomery, $2.50; Wednesday afternoon
Grand Chancellor W. A. Allen. Birmingham, 13.50. From Can o'clock. Coffee and refreihmenUwill
can be proven by anyone and a trial Rates Made to TravelingMen. to
Members of sister lodges and visiting Sunday returning-
and Pen- be served
tonment Century same as on train
of ten days or two weeks will show .
brothers invited.
} cordially sacola. For further information Purchase tickets at ticket office.
i what. you can do on scientific feed- MONROE CAMPBELL, C.C. i i Lay the dust. rOll can buy ply to ap- For further Information apply tiROBI
in* HENRY HORSLER, K. R. B. i ij .
The recipe book in the package ,I '': garden hose at the Willis Garden hose at the Willis ROBT. KINO orPETERTHOMA5, p. THOMAS KINO,

ftnlDl shows the many food.delightful ways of j Try the NEWS Want Column I[i: Hardware Co. Hardware Co's. Excursion Managers Excursion Manag rs4 -

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