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 7, 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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-FRANK JOHNSON AND 'I tion working, there in was harmony some with satisfaction it, but n6w in I FEARFUL WRECKON MEYERS' RALLY ;

since they are gone it looks as ,

though most of the brains had gone TROLLY CAR "


At present it would seem that the -- :

worst element of that faction was

managing its affairs. '

'. in Pensacolafor While no doubt there are good The committee of arrangementsfor
.it.:v, FU. July 5,190V professional politicians

''\t. r ni4COU, Ma. the people to assert their rights. men !c it yet, they are remarkablyquiet. I Special to The Daily News. the Myers Rally at the opera DEATH TO-DAY {

Will you kindly allow This was strikingly in evidence I| Glovertown N. Y.. July 5-A wreck house tomorrow night have preparedan
Would a man who had any respect elaborate and will look OF MRS. BORELLI I
for himself stand in a faction well to the comfort of those who at-
At ii from a person sigHi county commissioners was to be railway late 'last night caused the almost v t
1V'." in the Daily whose official newspaper would allow instanteoua death of ten persona tend. -it
i recommended by the executive com- Special to The Dally News? \

-t'ty one of its employes, in a spiritof and one victim died in the hospital The opera house will be kept open -
i .y mittee. Ga. Mrs. '
here early today. It is believed that Augusta July : John ;
to Mr. I. W., or to spite and revenge, to abuse him all day and be well ventilated, and
At that time fourteen of the country several others will succumb to their (Fo;. Korelliof Pensacola died at 5:3 ,4!

,.. r:.:ati interested, that daily in its columns for the reason injuries. The bodies of many of the twenty electric fans have been pat i o'clock this after !
members of the executive com i morning a lingering j
section with other citi- that the said employe had been removed victims were crushed and maimed almost in to keep the temperature down.
illness. Interment will taka
mittee held a caucus to see who the and the i :
,untry precincts, circu- from office for cause, and beyond recognition Ice water will also be passed among
> country people wanted for county scenes about the wreck were horrify 'place at Washington, D. C. ,
like all of his class he blamed the the audience.
all for the formation of a, In,. --
commissioners from their districts,
..;igue, but before proceed- officials whose duty it was to report Cause of the Horror. Arrangements have been made fora SEVER
l SAM j
and they agreed to stand by the
r I wi>h to say that Mr. and remove him? late dummy, leaving Warringtonat
men who developed the most The accident was caused by a combination
\\ >t Rive all the contents of Has not the same paper been baggage and passenger car 7 o'clock and returning after the LOSES FIRST GAME
strength in that caucus.
,tr letter, but used only ready at all times to criticize the getting away from the motorman and speaking, the fare for the round trip
This made the Pensacola bosses down the mountain side at
.'. of it as suited his pur- board of commissioners and make rushing being 25 cents, with a smaller rate i
{ and to the terrific $peed. The brakes refused Bam Leever, the Pittsburg pitcher
"wrothy, punish
whole letter very excuses for the accused in the recent from nearby stations. Street cars
zl ,re u the : to work and at the end cf the grade
said members for their impudence lost his first game out of eight contests -
investigations the heavy car crashed into a loads 1 will also be in waiting at the opera

W i M"y Concern in pretending to say who Has not this same paper tried to open car. also descending the mountain. house at the close of the meeting.The Saturday the Brooklyn team

\\', '.e undersigned citizens of should represent them on the board The latter was hurled from the having defeated his nine. The game
make it that in the said Investigations balcony at the house
appear opera
Flti- I bit county, Florida, believingrgauizdtion track and turned on iU side and over
was lost on errors, as each
of commissioners
\ al! of the citizensrs !:! county and its results the said 50 passengers were Injured. Two were will be reserved for ladies and their be of all beneficial the country to the prel inV -- agreed, as they could not down them officials who were removed were the pinned directly under the car and were escorts and a large number of ladies gave six hits. !

according to the rules: that had always crushed to death, and in some insUnctB A letter from Leever to Sam Flynn I
-'4 if all the people of our count victims of ignorance and spite on have already signified their Intentions
t tfully call uponall the been followed in the meetings terribly mutilated. The com this morning tells of the game. Mr.
iizt-us of the country pre- the part of the board of county commissioners bination car also left the track ani j I: of attending the meeting.

wI .. join us in a Country of the executive committee, to allow ? turned on its side. There will be a grand street pag Leever also wishes to be rememberedto

whose objects shall be to each member the voting -- his many Pensaoola friends, for
w' the be-t interests of the Could a man stand in with a faction Pinned Under Car for Hours. eant in charge of Grand Marshal
and other- strength that was allowed them in whom, He says, he will always retain -
r politically whose managers or head allow.editsofficialpaperormouthpiece Chas.! H. Turner and several
w county and congressional conven- As the scene of tho accident is re fond recollections
\\' i ju.tifted in this move- to mote from the city, it was two hours mounted aides.
tions, and this rule having been He is thinking of taking team
put a
of the
:' account make such a fight as has been made before appliances to raise the open car The members of the Cosmopolitanclub

1.., in force for the first time, then five and release the victims were procured through the Philippine Islands ia
10' v -al year the democrats of against the present board of county and other democrats from pre
i ive been engaged in a men, four city members and one The accident happened at a sharp the near future.
commissioners for doing their duty cincts 12 and 13 will meet Clutter's
ec... -i i.,.'tional fight! which hasb country member, elected the men : curv where the track turns to make -- --- ,
-t.. tii' tit to any one excepta by the people and tax payers.As the climb up the steep mountain side. hall at 7:30.

!.,w ; .ft--,. politicians, the they wanted over the votes and a man Is judged by his words, so The wreck occurred at the end o t i MembersoftheWest End club willmeet PUT STOP TOPUBLIC

cau-a': : tt'iv: diT.-reucp! if there wishes of fifteen country members of a day of pleasure'at the resort at the
ever wn a: _i-ivin? long since a faction i is judged by its mouthpiece; at their room, corner of lieu
of the mountain and the
i top carsWffe NUISANCES
1t, the executive committee.
ceased to x'-
alliYur.. "f and when that mouthpiece or news- loaded with excursionists.Thtj and Government streets,at o'clock,
Th@Iitll tour county
hate beej, n '111:111 bt1:.c .aid politicians That was a sample of the fair paper advocates the side of wanton car an which tie dead and Injured and, headed by Chaffers' Concert '. '

,, solely f"r their: own btntht..I dealing of the professionals with the were riding was an open one 1 In
extravagance and is against honest Band,will march to the headquarter
nod often in such a manner a* to I people. charge of Motorman Arthur Perkins Yesterday morning orders which

disgust many of our beat citizen I country and concientious officials in the dis- and Conductor James Cameron and I of the Union Democratic club on will certainly be welcomed by vast
: cauaingthem to lose all interest in, Please note that the circular
the political affairs of the county. i( says charge of their sworn duty, then the car which was r responsible for the Zarragossa, between Palafox and majority of citizens, were promulgated

Mitfcal elates hava generally] that the political affairs of our county neither the wreck was in charge of Motorman
paper or the faction thatit Baylen streets. the marshal
: fan made up by a handful of city have been managed often in such William Dodge. According to Con by just previous
If politician and the "Hank and File' represents is entitled to the confidence ductor James Cameron of the optncar The Union Democratic club and to the police force going on duty.

$ of the voters have been called uponto a manner as to disgust many of our and of law the Closed West End club will
respect -abidiug car ran away while then march toClutter's The orders were to prohibit bootblacks
If take their medicine
i it best
citizens, and then note that
coming down the grade above the
'mitt or not people.As hall, from whence the entire from congregating at prominent : ;
In the scramble for the offices the I. W. says !reads "in such a manner curve and collided with the open car i

r Country ha-, been entirely ignored. as to disgust all the best Citizensof to my alliance with the Lamar as the latter was rounding the curve. parade will march to Hotel Es public places, and by soliciting

, Movement for good roads another d forces, I consider it the duty and cambia and escort Hon. Fred T. trade, offer untold annoyance t country benefits have been ac- the country." At Lightning Speed, _
tirely oppo-ed by county otticials It is a fact that there are good citizens privilege of every man to vote for I Myers and the other speakers to the both ladles and gentlemen.The .

representing the city. the man that, all things considered, Both cars went down the grade al opera house. "
places mostly Infested b/
These fact*. with others that all over the county, men of lightning speed. At the foot of the I
might be iu<'nti:>ned, justify us, we property who pay taxes and have i I he thinks is the best qualified for the hill the cars came together. Just before All democrats who are supportingMr. these public nuisances in some case i

think, in tf.H movement and we call position. the rear car had reached the I Myers are asked to join in the are the curbing about the customhouse
upon all :1Ite democrats of the not voted for years for the reason,a s i
I Consequently I shall work andI one ahead the lights in the first car
country pret'inct*, regardless of any they themselves that the Merchants, the Citizens
say they ar went out and added darkness to the
past differences: of opinion, to join I vote for Mr. Lamar. Further than Judge J. C. Avery will preside at bank and Union '
n tliietf disgusted with horror. The double struck depot.
in '>rt to wipe out factional the methods that heavy car
hues aId t.' titlp us to make this or- have been used. i I this I have made no alliance, as I the other with such force that it strukthe the meeting at the opera house and No blockading of the sidewalk at

:jMtji/ilj. "t. .if. permanent: benefit to expect to vote for several men who rear of the first car and knockelit addresses will be delivered by Hon. all will be tolerated and the familiar
tt.> ', home of
< "Ud": ai: well as to the wholey my country friends said
"" f K-cumbia.: : I have been endorsed by the Myers over the right embankment on the Fred T. Myers, Hon. W A. Blount but shiftless crowds will have to ,'
today that this letter of Mr. I. W. side. Both cars were derailed and
ors: impress the fact thatme i people. Yours truly, and Judge J. C. Avery.PENSACOLAS scatter, be less noisy, conduct them- ;
', the passengers were thrown in every
to benefit any in- was the very best advertisement that I selves in a more respectable
t ti- a-'- that the by-laws will I FRANK JHNFON. direction. Many were killed Instantly -- --- way I ;
I could have for the I suffer the
.1. dto give each memberiia'iii. reason that the -- others died from their wounds immediately consequences resultant

... .,' the affairs of country voters knew that I ONE afterwards. GO
.: ." every OF THE MANY MYERS' y China Appeals to United State. !1

W w I'M to state that in this word in the circular letter was tru List of Dead and Injured. Washington, July 6.-The Chinese f' j
.',:.. t-iere! i is no animosityuy acd that no one in the city except : PEOPLESenate government: has appealed to the government .
<' precincts! or in- The dead, all of Cloversvllle
any professional politician or boss could are: of the United States to u4 I
county II Mrs. Edward J. Baird. Its good offices to cause the allied i
., i
principal objects of the find any objection to it. Bill No. 28. A Bill to be en Miss Electa Baird. who
Manager ,
Oliver I
w,1: b., the election of only with a selected era still retain their soldiers ia '
Mr. I. W. I I titled, "An Act to prevent unjust discrimination Miss Main.
is mistaken Margaret
111-n for count officer, or wilfully corps of players, including Laird, : Tien Tsln, to evacuate that place in i
i :.ibits and known inW misrepresents the facts when he !' in the rates charged for Mrs. Oman Eastman. the conformity with the spirit of the i
I'transportation of passengers ands Edward Davis. I navy yard pitcher, left last night agreement of Pekln. which settled the I
that !
says this circular letter )I freights by railroad companies Edward L. Trevltt : for Montgomery, where they will boxer troubles. The appeal was mad :; ,

A tice that he left oil the started and circulated in the early and other common carriers, and Joseph Salori. play a picked team from the Montgomery today by Minister! Wu directly to Se> t, i i

.. tiou--, which show thatf part of this canvass, as it was signed to prohibit railroad companies and Theodore Mrs. Joseph Salon City League today and to retary Hay in the shape of a cable

fie! original movement up before the present canvass began other common carriers in this state, Rothberg. gram from Viceroy Yuan Shin Kal of
Mrs. morrow.
Annabel of
Northville.Prnunln .
Li. which the minister
.i.iosuy! against: the city and has never been referred to from charging other than just and FrM The Pensacola ed 1
-- -- --- boys will return with a long verbal explanation.
reasonable rates, and to prevent the .
else. by me or any other far I The seriously injured are Recorder -
anyone person as as here Wednesday at 5 I
m. o'clock.Newspapers
granting of rebate discount .
any over Frank Wood, condition serious. Mrs.
+ild: the most of it know in connection with this Tail-end Collision; Engineer Killed.
copy cam- weights and other of the Alabama j
special terms to Wllmarts, serious. Mrs. E. I.. Hea- capi '
Traverse City Mich. July 6.-A

1 I.c not copy the wholeay paign. persons, corporations, or firms, and to cock Jam Heacock Mrs Lucy Hei- tal city refer to the Peasacolians as Pere Marquette passenger train special 1

Neither was it circulated provide for damages for violating the cock, Robert Butler, Miss Ruby Hines, the
promis- "invincible
team, which won 21 made up of an engine and two carl I

that copies of that cuously. Hundreds of voters in the I conditions of this act and to prescribea Miss Herbert Louise Maxsen Hapeman Arthur Perkins, out of 22 games played this season '" was run into late last sight at WilHamsburg ,
Benjamin ,
Rice. O,
mode of procedure of rules and evidence
the -
by regular main Him i
eve been signed by more country never heard of it. Eastman Nathan Johnson George and point out the honors
in all cases. Mr. Myers voted flyer. Engineer Roy Ptkett. of tbs I

:ndred of the best citi- Now Mr. I. W., or any other citizen NO on the passage of this bill. (Senate Fisher William William Brown Dodge Klngsboro.motorman Charl.sBrolln ; would accrue should the boys from special train whose home II in GranJ

-ny every country pre- of our county, had as well un- Journal. Page 1211. 20june2t Robert Saloy, Edward Scheell, here be defeated. To accomplishthis Rapids, jumped and struck his head 03

county, and that only derstand that I alone am not responsible : condition serious. Mrs. George Fischer very much desired end, the a switch stand and was severely lu- ,#
Shake Into Your Shot'tlAllen's Jured. Noone of the passengers wet ,
refused to sign it when it for that terrible circular,I baseball managers: of that city have hurt ?
.. Foot-Ease, a powder. It All the Injured mentioned
: cures painful, smarting, nervous feet were taken to the hospital. Twelve
,Jilar of the political its birth and that it voices the honest and ingrowing nails, and instantly other persons whose Injuries were of Manager Oliver stated that his Disease Devastating Army. ;
Panama July 6. Advices(
ng that it had become convictions of a very large ma- takes the sting out of corns and bun- a lees serious nature were removedto boys were as confident as ever of here from Cherlqul- received
ions. It's the greatest comfort discovery their homes. yesterday ray that
pure to them.a jority of our citizens, and if the of the age. Allen's Foot- City Recorder Frank C. Wood with winning, and would not give up dysentery is devastlng the liberal '

word in it that is not Democratic League of Escambia Ease makes tight or new shoes feel both legs crushed was held under the until the last inning is played. army and that ttte population of DavidIs _
easy. It is a certain care for sweat- also suffering from the same causa.
does any sane man pre- county had not been organized to effect ing, callous and hot, tired, aching cars for two hours between two dead: Those who left were Willie Welles, News from Cauca Is to the effect that .

.y that the people of counts : I all over the county what has feet. Try it to-day. Bold by all women. Pitcher Owens, John Oliver, Phil the revolutionists are bin, redact .J
druggists and shoe stores. ,Don'taccept
..\' have not a right to or- I been done In the city, the Country any substitute. By mail for ICE-COLD WATERMELONS AT Sanchez, Alva Lappington, Jerry to a few guerilla bands of no lmporUnce. .

t-tr own benefit and ad- League would bare been of larger: 25c. in stam s. Trial package FREE. THE OARFIELD ICE CO'S. Sullivan, Tom Harris, Bud Bicker .
1 Address, Allen S. Olmsted, LeRoy, f
11 t politically and other- growth than It is at present. I N.Y.I and Ernest Quina. Fred Schad accompanied Snow Falli In Colorado. It ,

Kowasto the charge of a changeof I If Yoo Vut t Furniture, go them. Denver, Colo., July .-Specials from '

.. !,, i ICE-COLD WATERMELONS AT various town Ia the mountain portion
>t a dozen to PRYOR'S. ;
political base, I think I have good reasons. THE OARFIELD ICE CO'S. The Saving of a Few cents on a bottleof of Colorado report snowfalls ratting :

oar ia today When such men as W.D. Chipley, Fishing tackle of all kinds Vanilla Extract will not atone for from 1 Inch to 8 Inches. Leadvill jj ,

-aderstand that It is John Holland and Judge A. M. McMillan Garden hose at the Willis and the annoyance of having dessertthat reports a light fall, while at Aip-ja j
x .* good crab nets at the Is "just a little off' In flavor.Always more than ] laches fell daring ye*
tthe bosses and shaped the policy of the fac Hardware Co's. Willis Hardwaer .
Cos. buy Burn etf's. j t.erda1\ _. -- ... ... I I ..
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TRAVELING MAN -FOUND. DEAD. I FIGHT WITH BRIGANDS. Will sour the sweetest disposition

I ILd.I'Sl'i.i. i transform the most even tempered, lovable .

J. T. Berry, of NaahvUe, Diet Sudden Turkish Troops Surround Band and 33 ,L.., nature into a cross-grained and
= irritable individual.
denly at Aragon Hotel. Are Killed.
If impatience or fault.findi4
: : Atlanta July 5T. T. Berry a well Constantinople, July 5.-A detacl are
: excusable it is
ever when the body
I known traveling man, was found deadin ment of Turkish; troops recently sur- SORE: js
i tortured and
Eat by an eating painful
II I his room at the Aragon hotel about rounded a band of Bulgarian brigan-ls
It truly discouraging to find alter
10 o'clock yesterday morning. His at Petllli. In the villayet of Monastir. I
months of diligent and faithful use of external remedies that the place
i death is supposed to have been from Thirty Bulgarians were killed. The
Dyspepsia Cure i remains as defiant, angry and offensive as e\er. Every chronic sore EI(
heart failure or some natural cause, remainder were made prisoners.
it is evidence of
what of the
matter on part body comes, an some prevu ..<;
as no evidences of suicide were to Brigandage spreading alarming.
which constitutional or organic trouble, and that the dregs of these diseases
makes mistake and the preparation duplicates
Nature never a be found. In Monastir.
Sta action cannot fail. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure never tails because it di. remain in the system; or, it may be that some long hidden poison-perhaps

food by nature's own process. Its affect w equally prompton When h* retired the night beforehe Turko-Bulgarian complications are Cancer-has come to the surface and begun its destructive work.

fietiU both occasional your and chronic cases of indigestion, dyspepsia and stomach I Eeemd to be in the beet of health. threatened in consequence of the forcible The blood must be purified before the sore will fill up with healthy flesh

trouble of every kind. It digests what you eat while the stomach rests.o When one of the porters went to his removal of the flag and coat-of. and the skin regains its natural color. It is

> dieting is necessary. Eat all the good food you want. "We havebeen room to wake him yesterday morningno arms from the Bulgarian agency at through the circulation that the acrid, corroding

e Uinh- Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for the past two years ar.d have also response was made to a knock .)n Serros Rumelia. Bulgaria has demanded fluids are carried to the sore or ulcer and keep it

t *d it," write Bowman &Sons, Valley Furnace. W. Ya.. "and never the door. After trying several timesto satisfaction within three days. irritated and inflamed. S. S. S. will purify and
heard of a failure. We are so confident of its merits that we sell every
fails. awaken.him the porter entered an-1 invigorate the stagnant blood when all sediment or
Kodol DyspepsiaCure never
bottle under our personal guarantee. found Mr. Berry dead. From all appearances Price Succeds at Suicide. other hurtful materials are washed out, fresh rich blood is carried to tlie

Cares All Stomach Troubles. : death had come suddenly, Athens. Ala.. July 5.-F. M. Prloe. diseased parts, new tissues form, and the decaying flesh begins to have a

Prep*14 by E. 0. Th-WItt & Co., Chicago. The tl.bottle rontAlDd' times the 50c. sle.v"rmn ._ : and he bad succumbed without a the merchant who attempted suicide healthy and natural look ; the discharge ceases and thesore' heals. _

\ you suffer from biliousness or constipation use the famous little liver I struggle, for be was lying just as If I at his store in the western part of tha Several years ao, my wife had ... S, S. S. IS the only blood puriftr

(ills known as JeWitt's Xttile EARLY B1SERS. They never gripe asleep. county Monday afternoon, died wIthout vere tore leg and was treated by the that is guaranteed; entirely vege

I The body was removed to the undertaking ever regaining consciousness.! Ths but physicians but received no benefit. table. It builds up the blood and
John Kheppard.Hargis' Pharmacy Sidney Kahn. Our druggist advised her to try S. S. 8., tones the
up general system as
: no
establishment of H. M. Patterson rope with which he hanged himself which she did. Fourteen bottles cure4

I where it was prepared for but!- slipped in front of his chin and the hu..ndlh6hubeenwellever.lnce. other medicine does. If you have

J. K. HAROLD 22 Canal St., a sore of any kind, write us and grot
al. and after
communication with ret- strangulation was such
Bolt of Lightning Wrecks Church. I I North American Turnerbund. : as preventthe Cohon, N.Y. the advice of experienced
atives was shipped to Xah'viHe Tenn. blood receding from his and
Columbus, Ga., July 5.-During a Davenport Iowa. July 6.-The al- j I brain whileit skilled physicians for which no charge is made. Book on Blood and Skin

t lightning storm hprf' yesterday afternoon : vance guard of delegates to the Taga-1 Mr. Berry represented the station continued to rush in. The resuit Diseases free. THE swIFT SPECIFIC CO.. Atlanta. Ga.

4 the Congregational Methodist! atutg or business convention of the 'Ii ery house of Edwards, Kipton & C:>. was that the brain was flooded with

church in Phenix City was struk. The i North American Tunerbund arrived i| of New York. blood and paralysis followed. Sound kidneys are safeguards of .llubberhose (

1-oH split th* stf-f-ple! in two and wreckd here today, coming: from the west. Robbers Attack Spanish Steamer. I life. Make the kidneys healthy with ,

'_i the front part of the church.A !I Most of the eastern delegates will arrive -I SHOT AUGUSTA MILL MAN. Madrid. July 5.-A story is pu'i- Foley's Kidney Cure. Sold byV.. A. the Willis Hardware (to. 's.

fell in Columbus and vicii- this The I D'Alembertel2lSouth Palafox! street.
bt"8rain afternoonS business sessions
lished In the newspapers here to tn I --__n __ PyRa7in Stop the Ti<
Frank Smith Hln&
Ity and seemed to he general over this will begin tomorrow. The chief Probably Fatally Wound. effect that 80 boat loads of robb.sattackpd I lad OIUCIJ aiaia amuer U.u.u.I .: ..c.
fwtion. It was badly needed, a? interest centers in the contest for the ; ed by A. E. Hods. -
the !
Spanish line steamer Alfonso )
frtH were suffering very much. The loraticn of the next national turnfest. Augusta. Ga., July 5.-A shooting c : I You will have pride in ""a '111'1.
: XIII. from Havana for Corunr.a. I I
I flower gardens if they are'I" .
affray occurred yesterday evening that i!
I lain late Fathe Chicago wants it for y
i ronifs too corn the olympcgames :
I Spain, while he was aground at Cape Your .
i I ': .. ownground. hu?band can bu'
may terminate fatally for Frank 'Jlselguatut"is on every boi cf tte geti :
in swtlons Some of the in 1904 and St. Lotus
some for the
crop I I Caras Ford Friday. The robbers according I laxative a home. and he can do it now. ai
Smith second boss in the mi !. Bromo-QunineT.bltU
farmer In this vicinity[ have cut down Louisiana Purchase exposition., King though he think otherwi-
to the became may
I There has been a strike in progress newspapers. so the remedy that enrts a cola iii one day .
their corn. I menacing that the captain of the Every woman want a I dome of he
Statement of the Banks. in this cotton factory and Smith ha1 I : own, and if she will have a talk wit
steamer ordered his
crew to
They Want Road Extended. New York. July 5.-The statement been to different places away from Au. them. The Alfonso: XIII eventually on I MimVIKKHY. Thus. C. Watson & Co., t!

futhlxrt. Oa.. July 5.-A delegation!; of the a'odatrhan"! !; for the past gus>ta emi'lojin hands to come ani steamed The undersigned take-,thi*method i leading Heal Estate Ageut ('IP.

ft l.umi.Mn's prominent (rid/ens com.j week pndin today shows: Ixans.fHft work in the mill. This evening a aawy. I" >f offering her service as a |i can show her how easy it is t> <

.owl ofV I.. Mardre. John Patter- ? .'!)3,2"0' : increase $$17.011,4 Deposits. one-legged man named Busbee became The Same Old Story. I I Srst-class licensed midwife having Mie.I .

ron and Fn-rt :in'-r, was in CuthbcitThursday $!.S47.iii( ; increase $2S18- quite abusive of Smith for "hiring J A. Kelly relates an experience I had 3) year experience.Can -- -
give bet of references! from Buy a new garden hose
to confer with President K'ft.' Circulation rn.r.S3'\OO! ; increase scab labor. He grew so offensive similar to that which has happenedin leading physicians of this city.

'U'lIlian.B! of thf Georgia Florida and $ 27.SOO. Legal tenders $76.20l.oi! ); that Smith was about to I'triktMm.. I almost every neighborhood 'in the )!RS. M. GIDDEXP, from the Willis Hardware'

Alabama railroad relative to extending decrease! $Un.lHSpE'de; $173.12.- ': A. E. Hods. who runs a small store United States and has been told and jltf lit South DeVilliers j
1 his lin. northward from Cuthbert WO: decrease i7.7i4Reserve, $249. It.2'i i near the mill interfered and said I re-told by thousands of others. He I
I says; "Last summer I had an attack
to their town. Thp grading south of f" ; iO: tcrasp $2.1Sff.1IRpser'e' Smith must not stiite the cripple. of dysentery and purchased a bottle of

Cnthbt-rt will b* completed by August r"IUrf'el! $: :3:j.(,fj1.'j'S; increase $741 1..r2 .- Smith replied! if Hods took up Busbee's I Chamberlain's: Colic Cholera and MOFFETT'STHINGPOWDERfl

1. After that time it le the intention ; :;. ul.llIs) $l'ViS4,720; detrwse fight he must take the consequenc-ej Diarrhoea Remedy, which I used according -I

cf :MrViliIanis tn begin grading north $2.Ii j3.' ::;). : and struck Hods, the latter claims, I to directions and with entirely

ct Cuthlrt.. with a (tub. satisfactory results. The trouble was

Hatiens: Seek Safety in Flight I Hods thereupon run into his store controlled much quicker than former
attacks when I used other remedies."
and came back with a pistol. the contents I

1 Georgia Enpenment Station. Kingston Jamaica. July 5.-The Mr. Keely is a well-known citizen of

, Griffin.; Oa. July o.-Thf board of I Ic1rM.toff. Dutch schooner Rigolette has arrived : of which he proceeded to empty Henderson X. C. For sale by all ( )

of thfr."or la exixrimer.tnation here from the Island of Curacao brin<-i into Smith shooting him twice in tha druggists and medicine dealers.Foley's Hurt ,"PRIIIO Ark: fpt Is, 1*,i
stomach, in the and in I tie,.J. W. Berrrf'if Arkiniu Vethodlit'od.feare.trT:) "EnclnMd tinS lift ccnufor hh.b plftsmailffi.
once thigh
have held their regular quarterly ing 34 Haitiens who were compelbd I once I I two ..ckaK.iofTt.ETHl\'A." IVi wonder how we hive rwwd children uithuul,' iL Tbtothrr day s lad; in M.|-
the back. He is at the hospital In a coin lent ni*partite tn4 It came all most Opportune Clue:our bab vu in a serious cvndiliini hn bowel bi J
im-etius. trauu tins th. regular!; to fly to Curacao on account of recent Honey and Tar born in bet condition for darB.and notnlnc I'm we ear did any gi4: the second dine u( "TE :KTHIN" iratMrf .
routine I Iu"i nl-a-I'. Ktery inemU-r of fighting in Haiti. M. Jeannis. late critical condition.Girl .rt relirl and he baa. bad no urttaci trouble otter fflenibrri of Uie Umi:/ ba.e uMd it and, tn-ry dues b....
cures colds, prevents pneumonia a txr'ect tuccet
the U>ard was prefect and all wereilrafd governor of Jacmel, is among them. lie i ..- -

'ciI! | with the work being done says the situation in Haiti was extremely Killed by Ligntnlng. I ,.Ub to make a little crud
Tenn. 5. Scimitar YOU ARE BOYS and 1 du I I rig spare monirnU? ilio
Memphis, July -A IF ;
th htntinn, serious at the time he
en r They ins-tructed thjdm and Lit L you can readily do to, by t 'll-
tor to make such improvements companions Ild.THE. I special from Huntsville, Ala., says: I tug our "Blueine." 4(1 per rrit, commIssion on all talrb. AD lndihpentabl.. anicl rot
I lOOKINC FOR BARGAINS household use. Every lady Is tleliybttd when they tee it. One tbtt-t makes the finr lBlufmlfr
. Annie Mathies killed l>
Miss was .
upon tbp firm as be thought necessary y you ever used in me "B b. Write today before 5our territory 1tak..n Lr:
; HORSES.The lightning at Meridianville Ala., last home one else, and we 11111 send by return mail one dozen [ftrkagre of "5U5Ifl5'
i When you have sold them return us "'"'., retaining tbe balance. IHe a s j..ur ClW1Jtl.1.lon .
Thp house wrecked.A .
night. was partly I 1 to not delay but "rite at once
Roo.evett' May Visit Macon. Monk is working halves better I II For the next ten days I will sell : Address GLLN ll.l'...AC1 t:1UNG (0.. Drpt. C IK. hiss 111. 1'lnla. fa

than 3. Cure For Summer Complaint. I -
Mt.ou. July ';.Mayor IIrldl1 I you any article now in stock at a _

Fmlth returned last night from \Va<-hIngton TI.l'JllOt Is working quarters in I Summer complaint is unusually prev- -i
thirty wforuKUo discount of 25:: per cent from the regular :I ROYAL STANDARD \\VUISKEY
,,hor> he :alent among children this season.
went with the Md-
I in the writer's price. Think of it-you will _________________
ron ninniin<..> a few days ago to invite eleaf. 2Hl,4.: has been bred to j nell developed case
Join U. Oiitry. .MiOU.: family was cured last week by the I save .-'j on a diamond ring or pin. !
President Theodore! Ronseictt I Chamberlain's Colic I Years Old i in Cases of 4 Full Qaarts at S3.20 per castTHiS
timely use of where at regular price it would cost -
; to \ Macon during the farmer K'jrht thousand! dollars cash was tht'l Cholera and Dianhoea R-medy-one I i ,

rational! f'"nlr.I! Mayor Smith 1'.1)11flap price paid for Prince Direct 2:14 !. bjM. I of the best patent medicines manufactured $100. See; you save 2o cents! on I -.
: i:. Murjris. dollar's worth buy. Nowis WHISKEY* distilled at the Neon Co.
said ; you
prident h.'oul.1 romp t2Ma and which is always kept on every
4 Distillery, and H fully matured in wood
Oil acmrdlnK to the Imitation if I The pacing; stallion Roan Wilkt's.1 hand at the home of ye scribe. This i the time to buy your diamonds or
before bottling. it H absolutely and not excelled
}.f ( an possit! make hi!* other ei.tacemcrtu .. 2-04: :t has been"l.J by Daniel I..(is not intended as a free puff for the I watch or any other article in stock in quality! by any Wlii-key pure of the same age

time.tail Cilman df lxl'r1t'., who will cam j i i'i'I 'company who do not advertise with I Ius very cheap. Call and examine I, no matter where produced. The Royal Standard

I ign him this ear. j but to benefit little sufferers: who
j I goods. Remember, this otter is for is eight years old when bottled, and, consideringits
New Gin \\\ W. S-uage (if Foil Fairfield, :Me.. 'may not be within easy access of a I I excellent quality, i is the cheapest whiskey in
Company In Oconee. (
trouble to show
without ten
No should only days.0
has sold his pacing stallion Alfondly. physician. family the market at that price. As a beverage and aa
Vtkins'ilIl. (,a.. July fl.-Thp \VaItaktillH .. a bottle of this medicine in the J. I. STEPHENS better
":12 to New Rruiiswlck (Canada) parties goods. an absolutely pure stimulant, there i* none *
: S.iiarr Malp Olnning rompqjy house, especially in summer time.- I marks whatever
112 South Palafox street. Shipped in caes containing no :
at a reported price of $I.t-Jl.I. i ijsplan
will apply! for charter at thp Juy: 1 Lansing. Iowa Journal. For sale by 1 indicate contents. If purchaser upon examining

netlnp of flty ('oun< il. and will 1,2 ] was the first trainer to drive a all druggists and medicine dealers. The finest line of umbrellas in the the whi-key. I is not sati-fh.d with the quality he

b I apitall/ed at Jrt.Omi The following mile better than 2.30: over the Cleveland city is at J, I. Stephens'. Oo lookat _ _ can return the same at our expense and money

are th- tl\pn who \\11I l apply 1 for tho track this f-priiitf. Pilot Evans. them.Foley's. will be refunded.
2:13W38 the horse be sampled and All orders should be accompanied by either
( barter r.WKP H. Ford of Atlanta The Happy Home
the time :!.:6'-2. j well- 1 GNT o currency, postoflice money order, bank draft or express -
Uufun H .
Hurjvr.V. H.
; Afford. First NatiouaiL"
We refer to
Cure order.
E. E. Sruathers stable. In charge of Kidney money
W II. Unsfor-1 and U. E. Thrashiriit : merchant in Peusacola.
home. Marston Bank
this placj. George Spear is now quartered at the! makes kidneys and bladder right or any

Jrosse Polute track Detroit Lord $ Quina can supply you .
--- -- ---- Derby, 2O5: l, and the green pacer with all needed in the way \I S. A. FRIEDMAN.

Two Bottles Cured Him. I Gold Brick are the Mars, of the lot. If you wish the very lest
of house at the _
"I wa troulip| with kiJney comjilalnt furnishings i ice cream freezer at the very SOLE PROPRIETOR PENSACOLA, FLA.

for abuut two jears" writes A. No False Claims. lowest! prices cash or credil.I : the Willis -.1
II. "nili.If Mt Sterling. la., "but two lowest price,
ottlotf of Ftdfj'g Kidney Cure effected The proprietors of Foley's Honey -- Hardware Co. can please : V. O. BOX 4IH. TKLKIM10M- .

a permanent cure." Sold byV.. A.AIembcrte. and Tar do not advertise this as a II CNICI4CSTCR's CNGLIMENNYROAL tiisice'

I>' 121 South I'alafox street. "sure cure for consumption." They I PILLS you. t : ;;' -,;'; :
: handle class of L'qnors sold, It
LrI every
do not claim it will cure this dread ,4gI. ..4 Obly GNIS.
complaint in advanced cases, but do J '.- AEE. o I.4Ir....i I'ruirln I I bulk or bottle, wholEsale: or retail, at prices that
4 'or CHU'IIrXTEK's; Mi(.LlSH We will launder your spreads for
Situation! in Haiti. positively assert that it will cure in in KLI tat bold utttilie t.... KIM look are way down.
and make them
.lIh 01...nh"o. T.Lr..DI.... HrfuM 15 cents each
Port au Printe. Ha.ti. July 6 -:M. the earlier stages and never fails to i........ iu.b.UiIi... ... 1..1... like uw. Star Laundry. AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER.

IMiiui I i.. bail \..>en flettPd first ilfpuu give comfort and relief in the worsteases. .u.,.r...... fct Hu,r.1.year rtlryl liru.*n..,..Tr.r.t'm wad \ ;. 4 Ktllrf fto I..4I..u..... .b, ..
Icr P,.it au I rii,c.- by a plural.ty of !>no Foley's Honey and Tar is -\ ,.,. IdalL 1..1..... ......r 5oiib' r '
without doubt the throat and ,.. .
rualrkolrr( kf ilc H s
out of 1::."'''' \ote* la.-t. AfUr M,.... H.dl... ivixr*. I'llll *, V4 iAHCKE&CO.
lung remedy Refuse substitutes fJf
Iteliniii' elcit'.on! had lon announcol
Sold byV.. A. D'Alemberte 121 South '
In the ustumar) manner an attark Palafox fctrett.BANNER. I* on ery bez of the ge nnine
% This iignattire
i iI'M
which was r"'III""Iwa": made! on the 4I Bromo-Quinine bieti
rv BIG for unnaturildicbargi.ssuCsmDIstioflS Laxative Plumber Gas and Steam Fitter
.r..n,1 bhe party hostile: to thetei'uty. SALVE or utceritiuniSdt.EnctsL I Iimtatiuni I IGwssim,4 the remed/ that eaJ'eA a eoW ta one dar. ,
Man persons were woundejrn cf mucous membranN.PamlpM .
ha most healing\ sali'j In t>v workS and not 5fltHLEVACHLCtCO. that do not
loth video In many of the towi.s PNYuta t.dic. genlor poiS0000l.CINCtNNATIO. Water coolers No. 6 South Palafox Street.

(>f Haiti! no elections have: been he1 I 1.14 by Drggtita, waste ice, at the Willis All Kinds oi: Plumblng'and Gas Fitting Materials Kept on Han

tiwlnc to iliMirtlt-r and! ""....I'hl'I. an i tit 0.5.1. or etnt in pliii wnrprr, .. r.JI'v.N1i4rv>l A"',.
A l>f cxprtM prrptid, (or Hardware Co.'s.WEEliL KT.KPHONK
i* now bdietfd that no quorum will I CASTORIA d&. II.(10. ur S bottk-,. |i75.CircnUr .
SeLl oa rniutt
IH nht\'.n",1! 'in,! that it will lit- iniiiK-i! : y tcliE.DU: L.

Nfl to orjaiil7p the chamber G EN E1LAIi'ItFM: ii S CHKIlIh: STEAM: DIVISIONPENSACOLA
tit alo.1 l ..I..t a n<'\\ ;rr. M.ttiit FOB
I ftie Kind You Have Always Boug! Following i' the schedule of the LtxIIUCTt.HMIl\

....Ih.iii 1.1. lliir_r 'lr..*. TO AVERY S WiMiLKOtK
Bears /7R government steamer General French hAlLWAY COMPANY, [
Mid that ln is be- the /
It i I. riiieiit now which TIfEEWS prints for the

lilt M'M ut 11.:111lit the MILill I I rt tnuraul CignatureofMYERS benefit of the merchant who ship I Trains leave t'enacolI for the Lu i : IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
> v rand ,
ill Nt- York. K:' uine roi.-ts and their goods to the various army Bayou, Big! : laYOu..rrlngton at ivy ,
Ion B rr&nc t
.t<-.ikk; i-roi-jjv to I..- mi the lulls of fare pouts: ? 1is.iIOi HARDWARE.
IIlrrlncal :
llwn for MIIIU' tiuio to ,...m.' as a natural La\e8 Peo'acola .... ... .... ,.. ..... 7:00 a. m.Lt"IU'f'8 5:50:: a.a'm.m'arrln .at t Fort Harr.ncal 10M ILl :
VOTES AGAINST Kitrrancnt.. ... ......7:5" a. m :$) mimrrlTsMKort:arrive Barrtnen I:4tp
kubstitutt- the more e\x-n> .ieNrf. Leaves Pickrns .. .... .... "n.) a. m. ,, roop: tort narrancis 4:15 f r.8:15p'm
,\1. jrt thi' kub..titutiou (If the FREE SCHOOL Leaves I'.srrancfts. ... .. .._ :15 A. rn. ltO: p'm.'arrlnlt arrive at Fort BarrancM T:00p I Iron, :\ails. Axes, ShovfK 1 Haw Mill and Steamboat
.!olltotfll: meat l U caiil U> bi\i->eii at- Lca.i Arrives Pcnaeoia 11:10 no. no .111:15 ar.d a.then m. "100 p.m.arrive$Fort lIarrancal 8:4 p.t i :Supplies Cookingand Heating Moves, Paint Oih
Horrantos a. m. .ilor
B.rr nc PeallClOI.
t'ull'.1 (Mi.x! in the tlu-aper n>tau- Senate Bill No. 132: A Bill to be makes a trip to Fort McKee and then returns TValni. 55' Window Glass Guns Pistols and Fi'hinu Tackle.
rants. It is n->-,Tt.-.l l.y one of the entitled "An Act to provide for school >-8 to Barrancas Itarrancat.Lvav .. ....... .....1.15p.m.: 7:15a.m. arrive at Fensacola- il(J) I. t Agate and Tinware ana non crn nishillg Ujods.AGENS .
downtown entiiu liou.e proprietor- Lfarvk Pickeaa .. 1:25 p. ra.l i iw arrive at l'enIBColl-llt:!: p.n I
books In the counties of this State." .vavrt P..n.acola .... ... 4.*! p. m.L'av..e 11 p m. arrive at Keniacola...._. 1:48 II.It
that not one customer in ten tOO m. BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL COM PAN Wl:
or evenmore p. FOR
The bill passed the senate .Ck..DI .... .. .. ...__ 5:15 p. m. arrive at i'ens&Coia646 p B
by a vote I "lQ ro
I Is, able to iletwt the difference. Arrives Karrancns 5:.*i p. m. and make I 71):; ) p p. m. arrive at Peniacola_ 7:46,1. l Revere Giant Stitched Belting Northampton Emery

of 17 to 11, Mr. Myers voting against trip to McKee and return. "S-46P. m. arrive at Peniaoola_ 1:10 p. 9saturdaji Wheel Co.. L< ftin & Rand Powder Co., Johnson's K'ilaomine .

it. (Senate Journal, Page 611. On Wednesdays! and Saturdays the only : and Buck Moves and Ranges Wm.
.4 !.erlons Juk f'. ) boat wi-l; leave "Barrancas via Pick- rug FOB WIKK DATI.p Iron Kim ,

Friend playeil a erini joke on the I Know One Sure Remedy ?nQ for Pensacola at 6:30 p. m. Diaoola to Fort Barraneai and return te. t Coups & Co.'ii Raw Hide Lace Leather Masury's

Ber It. <;. Itosoamp of Kokouio. Ind. : ''''an otwtinate cold It*name U ""...yal tm The General French is for army en'acola to Navy Yard and return..... liFeniaoola I Railroad Colors.
Beach and retcrn IkSIWDAT
three years ago. the seriousness' of 1 purposes only and any outsider must to Palmetto SCHIDUDI.When I-Masonic Temple. Pensapola. FIR.I .
i t.HV
.which is Just now apprw-iated. Hevis 1YJ'ICIs4. have a pas from the quartermaster ,I weather permit the running o) I

on a trip to I>emer when an ac ; o take passage 01 her. !I .
!.EITXERth Captanownert coaches.teavi

quaiutanre in a spirit of banter gave I nor conMgnooi; of the llritI'b _. --- -- ----- open Peniaoola. Lv fort BarruMV \ ,-* W. B. WRIGHT{ comPllNY:
_ I* I-angta-n will be responsible I II I a. Bt 10 .. m..
him a liUMk of Mipposedlr! worthless I for drbts contractU I lli.m. 11 m.

tnlnlnc ,,",,'k. He bu now sold thetock : by the cr w ot sum viuI. STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE : p.m. 'P.m.Ip.m I

for $;" .\ W Uimch 10.. ,'lIpI"ln. Ip.m P.m.

1 on'gnt-e. fjyttdft I'e'ween IVpt la and Ip.m pm -
>aci> Milton-Boat
5p.m. 8 p..- LUMBER LATHS
A. R. Hass of Moreantown, Ind.. had NE1THERtbec&ptn.owr! Itui.n Daily Ficept: Sunday, Ip.m. Ip.m. ,
nor sonsiKn* of the Br t<
to pet up ten or twelve times in the Lu,teUh! wll be responsible "CITY OF TAMPA." : FAll pos eVIlLY
tljrht and had severe backache and for debit contracted by the : c'ttuaoola to ort Barraneai Savj SAIEDCIFBESSSfilNGLEHlil-rmiSaj!

pains In the kidneys. Was cured by crew of said vessel. PArL Euxu.v. Lv Mil ton__ 8Jj: am LvF..n!.col..I:::11 I pra I Ptniaooia lard tad SO rctnrn Falmeito--Kiaoh-and I

Foly'! Kidney Cure. Sold by \V. A.FAlemberte. \ S. KEYSER Co.. Captain. \rPer.!icolaVsiiiam' Ar Milton 5t<)sm retllrll...... ..,__ 110 :.. ::-' PENHACOLA, FLA.
- 121 South Palafox street. lCI: IKZtU. Jlft Fare.Coc Round tnptlM No freight received alter 1:11 p. m. '-.5.- ;

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Of There Have Been 10,332 Caus American Residents Celebrate Fourth "Let the GOLD OUT twins do jour work." .
i":a 7.713 Deathi.s With Great Entusiasm ..
ABCIJEERS New York July 5.-Americans h
Fifty-four new case For Stale Se tutor. '
Havana and elsewhere in the Islan. For County Commissioner .
a ii from the disease. I celebrated the Fourth with a great hereby announce him a* a candidate I hereby announce myself as a

'I th\ provinces since show of patrIotism. says a Havana f.>r State Senator from this, the fee caudidate for county commissioner

ar. lit.232: cases of chol dispatch to the Tribune. Only an order ocd Senatorial District, and respectfully of from the di-trict !. subject to tb* action : !
voters the
at i
-" death The healihi i from the mayor prevented a display *f ak the support of all Demo 15.ensuing democratic .
: primary July ,
crats for nira at the coming primary .
fireworks. The feature of
a,.aniliwd the quarantineS The Highest Priced but i the day D. W. C. YA.RBROrGR.S : i
j was a reception given by the American -C.
k been in contact
5fl the Best Quality. For R |w wntatiye. t
I club, which was attended by the most For County Canmiuione t
'I -ah*>s as being In tre':- j I i The friends of Scott M. Loftin take
SOLD TWH kE ) select society of the city. I The friend of J. B. Roberta
substituted disinfection. k this means! of announcing him as a announce i I
A I'u also abandoned the : : : I I A dispatch telling of President candidate for Representative in the I' him as a Can
it the dead. and has sub- Roosevelt's speech was heartily cheej- Legislature! from Escambia county, as county commissioner S I
ed by Cubans and Americans and desire the of all from District 1, sibject to the action ':
alike. they Ut/port
> :'ime at burials. In order SIX GO SAILING; FOUR RETURN. of the democratic I
The reception ended with "Dixie" and Democrats in the coming primary. primaries July .1
I. :liKious:/ objections of thee 15. .They believe that the material

Two Bodies Found Horribly Mangled. the national hymn. Fo Representative interests of the- county demand bis

May Be Crime. BOLD DUST The friends of Henry C. Clopton I re-election and ctiey ask the support

Raleigh, N. C.. July 5.-A startling Amateur Press Association.New i will dean ar.ythlr.gcleanable! -=clothes an:! dishes. announce him as a candidate for of every demoerat. in securing it. ,
Company Granted Charter. sensation ha* just been brought to York. July 5.-At the secondday's pots and pans floors anl: doors-m fact anything representative in the Legislature -- -------- #'

a '.: -.A charter is grant. light from the Newbern section. I session of the Amateur Press >I! from lessens cellar care.U a*:. GOLD DUST Unar.s libor. from Escambia county and requestthe For Coutiy. CDrM .uions,. .

ate. to the Lenoir Electric Association convention support of all democrats in the I announce myself a candidate for .r
Six persons employed on the farm I officers were I Made only by THE N. K. FAIRHANK! COMPANY I
democratic election
,, ( coming primary.
Ital KA O. to furnish as county commissioner for
of Thomas Haywood near that place elected as follows: President Forest i Chicago New York. Boston. SL Loou.
I district No. 1 :
at primary to be held.
t -ti to operate railways. I Makers of OVAL FAIRY S3AP. .
,, i vent sailing last Sunday. Only four I Ollroy, of Pennsylvania; second For Representative. July 15th and ask for the support ofall .
I. J tc grapta. I cf) the number returned. They declared vice president Miss R M. Johnston of I The friends of Chat t. Coston an- democrats.! )

that two of the party had been Massachusetts; recording secretary King Conva'escing Rapidly. nounce him as a candidate for representative LEE DAxiELL.fcf f
ASK drowned. Frank A. Kendall, of Wisconsin; corresponding London, July 5.-The, following bulletin in the legislature i from ___ __

CATARRH secretary Frank J. Kerns regarding King Edward's condition cainbia county, and they ak the County Commissioner. j:
i5tt The crew of a passing schooner
DfU picked up the bodies of the two unfortunates of Massachusetts; official editor Ge'l.i'i was posted at Buckingham palace support ins primary.For of all. democrats in the coin- The friends of W. A. Shelby hereby .!

r at 10 o'clock this morning. "His announce his candidacy for re- : I
tNT both of which were found to j I A. Alderman, of South Carolina; his- election

A, !tIlE. be fUan lt'd. The faces and heads torian. Nelson G. Morton of Massachusetts :majesty had another excellent night, Railroad Commissioner. from district as county No. 3 commissioner of Escambia '
'and he is cheerful and feels much of the i
were terribly mashed in and showed ; treasurer. Franklin O. | Recognizing fully the rights county, subject to the action of the I
Blm stronger. We are glad to be abe! farmers and producers to more consideration 1
bullet wounds and the clothing was i, Wedse, of Connecticut; executive I democratic primaries July 15, and ;
... f'. covered with blood. I judges, John T Nixon, of Louisiana; I to state that we consider the king no*, ida' Railroad at the Commission hands of the I solicit Flor- ask for him the hearty support of all \ I
out of danger. The
An investigation into the matter hi| Miss Nellie B. Woodsell of Virginia: will therefore evening bulletins the support of all Democrats who emocrats. I- ;
be -
now being made by the coroner. i I and Charles R. Burger, of Colorado. discontinue, approve of the declaration of principles For County Commissioner, \
dIt "
a: (Signed) Tre\es
Laking. Barlow.
I set forth in my platform.

K_ _!:_. XI .. ... I Officers Set Trap for Tracy. I IBothell. Copies of pi;itform sent to any one After due consideration I appeal .j
lush Priced ..n t. I I Foley's Kidney Cure purifies the addressing me at West Palm Beach, to my many friends and the democratic i
COLD'N' HEAD The death of the famous I'aris res-j i Wash., July 5.-Sheriff Cui1-l!i blood by straining out impurities and Fla. H. HIJIsON HURIt voters as a candidate! for the .

."i ol 'I a.l. aim Mllell taurateur n .'non recalls: some sto- 'ihee is here with CO' men lying :In \[ t tones up the whole system. Cures office of county commissioner from t

al t-II' loc at l'ru ghU rics of interest. He was among the : wait for Tracy the escaped convict. i i i''kidney and bladder troubles. Sold byW. For County Treasurer. district four of Escambia county. I S;

t.JIJuTIl tm first to s.that the enornmu-ly highprhvd ; lie is guarding the roads and track' |' A. D'Alembeite 121 South Pala- The friends of Frank E. Bra\vner 'lease remember me at the primaryelection r I
F fox street. announce him as a candidate of th& democratic .'
Aftrr I'Itr..t. New ork. had their anti I 'leading to Kirkland and has cut off all hereby party j
\ cafes : Jay !
: seen |
Treasurer of cambia 15
for County July 1902. D. :MEKRIIT.. |. !
: selling the famous hou,:e in the avenue i I 'chances of escape from the country j I County, subject to the action of the Olive, Fla. | i

"" ,, to the oIera he retired into private life. I between Woodinrille and Ravenna. His -r democrat!:! primaries July 15, and j'j I

An amusing story of his revenge la men are lying/ out in the forest in a ak for him the support of the voter for County Commissioner. i 'I j

l told. One night after an opera ball a ,! storm of chilly rain. Since yeste-- The friends of R. Rathwell of f
For County Treasurer.I
\ If You Have Kay party trooped in and persisted I!! day morning no one answering the description candidate for Blot Springs hereby announce him

j being served by Risrnon himself. The I! o! Tracy has been reported. renomination announce myself for the a portion of as a candidate for County Commissioner ;

old gentleman was in bed !but he potj! from district No. ;o of Escam-
treasurer of Escambia coun- i
up and threw the traditional serviette I j The Best Liniment For Strains.Mr. ty, subject the action of the demo. bia county subject to the action of I
the democratic
RheumatismURICSOL ? primaries July 15,
of the waiter across his arm. When
F. II. Wells the merchant at cratic primary. and ask for him the support of (hq I
the bill was sent up. there was a grief J. W. FRATER.For .
Deer Park, Long Island, N. Y., says: voters. .
that t-oulil have been photographed .,
I the great tester tod ntitong the l.urty.t the end of a "I always recommend Chamberlain'sPain Tax Assessor.I Chairman Executive Committee. I

fnrl.falltorDla Balm the best liniment for hereby announce myself as! a
.. WIU financially much spiced note appeared
KrmedT cure The
friends o/ John B. Jones here ;
V kl'<> cares Liver. Kidney aDd Tor It-Ing served by ISignon l.ftoofriinos. strains. I used it last winter for a candidate for re-election a* Tax Assessor -
by announce his for chairman
0 d.i ut4, caused by ta excess of for E-cambia county subject candidacy
g, It never (alii, and builds up ." lie pit the money after many severe lameness in the side result Ljsji\.yc\ t to the action of the democratic primary of the Escambia County Deroo ; S
I an] KtrergtU while U.lnilit. prote.sts and handed our to a charity. ing from a strain and was greatlypleasl'd 15. cratic Executive Committee, subI .

tumn lor bojk ot wonderful cer- .-Chicago\ Chronicle. with the quick relief and cure July to the action of the democratic .
Price. |1 per bottle. For sale I II i \v. W. RICHARDS.For I ject
I For sale by all druggists
it .
,,16111. II your druggist can not effected. tSieo. voters of the county at large at the
i It will 1* sent prepaid upon I and medicine dealers I I !. Tax Collector. primary July 15, and nk fur him
j price. Address $100 Ki\VAKI) .$lOO.
I The Servant I hereby announce myself a' a the hearty support of the voters.
J I: ::1 I Chemical Co", Los AngelesCal!, The reader* of this paper will be C.A.S'rOB.X.A.. candidate for re-election as Tax Col- '-"

or tn. pleased' to learn that there is at least Bears the ;! Haii E3yS. BaZt3gatsze lector for Escambia county, subject For Secretary Executive Committee.The .

:JdrsrlBinMnDrog Co., Atlanta, Ga.Distributing one dreaded disease that science ctJi :Girl Question to the action of the democratic primary friends of Ben D. Beers announce
< July 15. his candidacy for
as been able to cure in all itstaje; Secretary
\ Agents.t.
A. H. D'ALEMBERTE.For of the Escambia County Democratic
and that i U catarrh. Hall's Catarrh .
.,"" Cure is the only positive cure now (.....It Rhode and Mend. is easily solved when you pro- Tax Collector.---- Executive Committee,subject to the
t Known to the medical fraternity William T. Stead states that up to vide yourself with a Gas Range during The friends of Henry Bellinger announce action of the democratic voters of I

..;;: Catarrh beins a constitutional dis- I the sear 1SOU: he was the sole executor the heated term. If she "leaves"you him as a candidate for Tax the whole county at the primary .

PBBllCin FOR I fiI..-e, requires a constitutional treatHall's of the! will of Cecil Rhodes. It had and you are obliged to do yonr Collector of Escambia county subject of July the 15 voters., and ask for him the support S;

: metit. Catarrh Cure is taken : been the Intention of himself and Mr. cooking you will hardly blame her, to the democratic primary to beheld .

i,: THE PEOPLE. blood internally and ,mucous acting directly surfaces upon of the the Rhodes to found nn international newspaper when you hare to suffer the discomforts July 15, 1902 and request the For Member Executive Committee.The .
of all Democrats.For .
$ ytem, thereby destroying foun -I with oflices in London and New of a coal fire during the summer support friends of John Touart announce

l.\crv word Costn iou a Cent d'atioii of the di } the on educational lines. Mr. Rhodes I comfortable, and you don't need of the County Executive Com
ooJ K:\erj >cril is Head patient strength by building up The friends of W. M. Agerton here-
I constitution and assisting, nature in f j, had resolved to devote his fortune to I your tire only when you actually by announce his candidacy for the mittee from precinct 12 and ask for

i B> htcrjbaJy.ccccccc : : doing its work. The proprietors j the scheme as he considered it would I need it. nomination as a member of the him the votes of the democrats of

nave *o much faith in its curative I i ipower he a step toward the realization! of his i iI school board from district No.3. the precinct at the primary July 15.

IN TU L.LN1). -,. that they oiler One Hundred dream of Anslo-American reunion. Mr. Peosacola Gas Co. subject to the democratic primary
I j
.. .. ).)JJar.- for any case that it fails to Stead's name was removed from the i ,, July the 15th, 19U2. For Member Executive Committee.The .

'I'''VKV: TO Lf\ -.On hnu.ebold furnl- cure. Send for list of testimonials I list of executors in of his friends of Frank Reilly announce !
I' c-ir p- 'prty Tarni opposition to the nOt'rl"nr., and the ,
...r..'ite..,|. Apply to.a.y'Ilncl".t.\. A. "Islt'r, Toledo 0.(9'Sold 'I I The friends of Hon. Elijah Ward of the County Executive Committee -
sclll'lUe1":3 then abandoned.IT .
l'Alarlt .tr..t by Druggists i 75c. I announce his name as a candIdate from precinct 13 and ask for

-- I On the Link CHOICESTor for re-election as member of the him the support of the democratic i

1 l.r.:\I"a improved real!.. I :-0.>IT In 1I..t..Ulllg. ,, Board of Public Instruction from voters! of the precinct at the primary Ii
First Caddie-I>nt new wots js! I
tr or nn\: amounts at low I guy July 15.
HungIn a conspicuous place on the district No. 3 of Escambia county,
.1 i nil I..ltl
on K. Hrooks.t !learnin' I is /goIng ter swipe de ball. Let's
Ce ." "', &4. I'alafox: nt., usher newsstand at each! station of the New subject to the action of the demo- For Executive :

Sralni run S flJrk11:111'11: railway lines' is n pack- ; f FRUITS AID CONFECTIONERY I 1 1AT 1I cratic primaries July 15. Committeeman. !
'I'Ontll'atltil'-Xo use ter run. Let'spray I hereby announce myself as a ,
of !blanks and if
i '' \' -Hoyoj nm.(i money? !-Ohio State Journal. nse a passengerwNhos I For County Commissioner. I candidate for member of the County
1 amount i to t>rdi'r any honk published' he Executive S !
,. say you pant.. | I I hereby announce myself as a Committee from Precinct 1 I l-rl1l' unproved and real. iI I A Box Car.I tills out the blank places and hands itt C. candidate for re-election as county; I Thirteen and solicit the support of \

4 n M"!ll'r. =,*;, riouth 1'ala-l I (' the 1It'\\ S asrnt:: on tin'lutform or I APOSTLE'S, commissioner from district of Es Democratic voters at the coming ;

In-If I I | mails it to the! lu-ad'Hiauirs of the cambia county subject to the action primary. JAMES L. HWEEXEFor \ !
'. \ \r TO BORRoW MONEY- i airotn-y. III'I'S\ Iii:> name and address 14 East Government Si, ofthe democratic primaries; July 15, -Executive' Committeeman.; -- !
1 'I Look and its and ask the ')f the voters.
: ur* your property pro- I II the name of the support
.,f| buy or sell real Ell- (publi"h.T. tin- style! of I'indin? ,desired Formerly Cordova Restaurant Stand JOHN G. WELSH.For Thefrndsof Thos. W. Kent announce :. 'I
t.. I' ot any description have him as a candidate for memo
<.." your.tail'S attended to, wlwthi r piper ur cloth and when the One car-load of Pineapples at f l.7f County Commissioner.Mr. ber of the Democratic Executive J
S : >* Tho C. Wat Co. .
son IMN.IJ is to lie tll'lin'I'I't the >- to $2.00 dozen.
ai per Committee from ,
I liuurAQce a L <-\ To .v..rYODI !i pointed hour a man will call at the nd- nonuces himself as a candidate for to the action of the primary, and ask j

'",fr,hd'm a n bOJII"* "I! "'111111od money sdtlAI..I I div s riven with the book aud collect =GOLA= relection as county commissioner for him the support of the voters. j

the price fur the same. from district four Escambia county,
For Member Executive
Committee. : ,
I 4511I !- ';. /f/ subject to the will of the democratic
No other medicine !! Grist and Corn JHealH. Mills voters in the coming primaries. He The friends of James McHugh announce !
I I, 'I 1 .. mo -",y ternn, by the Faber HOS"EJTER'S a record of cures he County Executive Committeefrom I
.. i F. GONZALEZ & CO., Prop i, wants the office and thinks he can
\, : .ey)1'5) Mouth Kalafoil 7 of stomach Ills
11 and
precinct ask for him the
f m equal to the Bit be of benefit to the best interests of I' .
I: t I I /1 ters. This is the Manafaotcreri the whole county. If his friends support of the democrats of the precinct i
I'ur llcnl. best evidence of CHOICE MEAL AND PUKE GROUND and the people interested with at the primary July 15. .
.... agree ..
-- .. its value. It will
I STOCK FEED. him he will their
I A '" '-!I" furnished rooms at I' cure appreciate sup- For Member Executive Committee.The 'I
-i .I* utre-i. allttit Patronize Home Indmtrjr for there II port. t
) -, every reason you should bay your Meal ant friends of W. B. Wright an. .

I .1" \\alll- cI-l ..le...............- r' Belching Stock for by teed.0 doing from you the encourage Home Manufacturer borne Indni-, For County Commies oner. nounce his candidacy for member of I';
} Indigestion try. You money It left in the community The friends of J. W. Brewton of the County Executive Committee I
\ :: ',i r"Ir poor business."'AU.oI1un Splendid tunen I': Dyspepsia and I and you In turn are Indirectly benefited. district No. 5 announce him as a from precinct 15: subject to the action -' I J
.,' fostering the home manufacturer yon candidate for re.election from said of the democratic '', .
"> or conducting your primary July
Liver and oontrlbutetothecmuseof labor. Yon ows :
t'om" "ao t.4 from start. it to community in which yon lire and district, subject to the action of the 15, and ask for him the support of .' :
i ooitloiis guaranteed.V ." i Weary had a lovely home, but I KidneyblSTDMACHRS which contribute to roar tnpport. I primaries July 15. the voters of the precinct. |
t."r Btirht-r Cullffce :New
j)51f lust It Troubles. 'f I .S
-- ,
Otlict'f-That's sad. How did it happen ---- 1J
\ \ \ <>)o :n5Mon; to rUbt on. Ad- ? TKY IT.
.4 oBlc... mrttf engine backed up lad J GOTO*

\v A 'l"1';I). Dullt-d it :iwar.Foley's __ ____ PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
-- - - -
,' 1ounmenfroii- I Tar ----- i
: | Honey and
i inty at once to prepare for F. E.
(.,.eminent Service. Ap- No opiates. W. C. ROWE, M. D. BRAWNER'S.
v ,,! orrt' last.. Cedar Rap- I
17Jlm Office: ITS! S. (lalafo:&:.

\\ S > '-Ml kiadi of empty beer FRED MYERS, FRIENDOF Hours from S to 9jO: a. m. and 1 ta 3 p. m J

-i H. '.. FItIItD.... --novitfUdlli. -- THE BEEF TRUST and after o'clock i if>-For Seven Days we will Offer the Following Prices:-<@ :

\ >V'uiltf .1 '
\\ nt;orthypersonIneach 20 doz Men's French Neck, drop- 2UO Pair Men's New Orleans Hewed You should look at our line of

unmade bUilat's",oltt e"tabolid Senate Bill No. 18: A Bill! to be 1, stiched, undershirts for 2c; ; drawers or Cable Screwed Shoes, for this sale, ladies' High and Low Cut 8hoe5. "
t JM- weekly nnancial rash salary standing lit; entitled "An Act to prohibit arrange. BALSAM to match. 11.20; solid leather. We can save you money. .1

a ata Wednesday. alleifium -' ments contracts agreements trustsor C1sn.,.. and Wittfe* th. halt I 25 doz 1\1 en's Fancy Striped Lace l.OUO yards Lawn fast
bradiuarters: money I........(.. 5 luunAot fravth.We 175 Pairs Men's Hand Sewed Vici colored,
'K P>ni.... Manager oT'J ('ax.I. combinations, and certain other Hair r to Pills lU to Youthful Bettor Color.Gray i land Undershirts Plain, Bilk Finished; Balbrigan Kid Shoes in four different shape worth 8J2'c) to close at 6c yard. "
at 45c each 'drawers to
icago. _.Jia.tmlW acts or things Intended to or tendingto CUM ooaJp dtirawf.a Pruggti half taaeg.0IfldlIIJ match. ; : toes; regular $J, for this sale $2.95 a 500 X.Bar Mnslin, regular 7o 1 I
good to close at 4JgC 1 {
; pair. yard.
I'Ul: l.'l'HY. prevent, hinder or obstruct the law. 10 doz Men X-Bar Undershirts
1Xtoyards Unbleached Domestic i
);18 HROWS LEGHORNS ful! sale of Florida fed beef, or other DR. KINO'S worth SOc, for 4<)c; drawers to match. I have bought the full line of Levy- to close at 4c.IiX.yardsBest. S* I

beef meat cattle or other seam Check i
or I
::: t Willn Hardware',. l stf Gingham, 'f
-i. I animal in this state or tendingto I TRY NEW DISCOVERY side drawers, worth 65c, for this sale : out at cost. fast colored, regular 7c goods, for 1!
.\. ilL UOOUH.U 3Se. this sale Sc.

'U > \ KKlKiiE-Mannfactnrer monopolize the sale of or the price \ FOR THAT COLD. I 28: doz Boys! Extra Size Pants, 12 to ] 125 Soc pair goods Boys', to Easy close Walkers at 35c pair.regular 10 pieces White and Red Table .

; *: -aler in Kair (moth. Hall.Toilet thereof." TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. 17 years, worth (1 apair, for this sale Linen, regular 40c goods, to close at

,: i .r 011.t'tc.,118 W. Government Referred to the Judiciary committeeof 50c i 75 pair Men's Low-Cnt PatentI 25c yard. No one over 6 yards. _

Mr. was chairman. Cures Consumption.Coughs We carry a full line of Boys' Wash Leather Shoes we have been selling pieces Medicated :34-inch Cotton :
which Myers I
I '\ .,, Fur 1"' I crulll1. I Colds Bronchitis Asthma Pants. Call and see them. I: at f 2.50 pair, to close at $1.75 pair. Diaper, worth 85c, for this sale 60c.
(Page 61.) ,
'.'4 "KU'iEK.U.8 -
tanl&lle4 Committee after careful PneumoniaHayFeverPleu-
y. bOt.qDetaorspecia1d5slgns Judiciary I This Sale will Positively Not Run Longer Than Seven
__ .e lor.IlO. r.s "en Gregory Kdlmai examination, returns Senate Bill No.' risy, LaGrippe Hoarseness, '! Days. '

18, without recommendation. (Page Sore Throat and

l 'S 1' 114).1 "-'-. 103.) Whooping Cough.NO Remember the place, F. E. Brawner's, Candidate for County Treasurer !
: r'4
I ,. Kloral tetlgni- On passage of Senate Bill No. 18,
ordered for
S. :urne. ta West cnitomen Gregory Mr. Myers voted NO. (Page 312,), PriC 50C. and $1. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE. 10;5 SOUTH PALAFOX STBEET.I. .

fedlm [Senate Journal, 189f] ,

I. ,S 55 S S S S .. '-

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tione, is mentioned one, Senate Bill GEORGE BUSH NEW CIGAR IiStro6gestillthe't t W orlf

3 183, that was not a vote for the peo-

t ws 3i i Politics and ple, but to require corporation. MANUFACTORYMr.

to grant certain facilities to another CAPTUREDGeorge The 424 Annual Statement for Year

aakN4 at lb. Poet Offle at Penucel, Ending December 3Ur, 1WH.
Y corporation. O(

OffICI!: :-I'ltt'l Building, 211K l50uth Po 10114 fans. j The Blount pamphlet tiled with C. J. Hnlgine, late of Geneva,
Slam street, up-stalr.. Bash,the negro who a ., has decided to remove his I THE f (EQUITABLE ij
many such meaty nets. In the short,
I ago murdered Harry Gibbs at factory from tbat place to Pen-
THE! ,MEWS PUBLISHIKG ..CD.T alloted to I cannot
me pick
"Pig Eye"' saloon, was and has secured excellent
them all out, but the into tiff ASSURANCE[ SOCIETY
rm,: Invariably in Advance- Hon. W. A. Blount is a busy mana i people Saturday near Pine Barren for the new establishment .

OM Yr by Mall -*5 00 l lIX very busy man-but be has found whose hand the Blount: pamphletcomes Deputy Sheriff Brewton. He the Thiesen brick building on the
Assets .... ........... ..(f33l.03S.720<
/ Moolbi :2 MQm4 can do that for themselves. Carrier. Payable Monday 1CHurtting it necessary to take time from his brought and jailed here of Baylen and Intendencia Reserve and other Liabilities -

THE POLITICIAN. .... ... .... ...... ..
own pressicg personal business to morning, now occupying a murderer's He will be ready to start 259,910,63
Pates furnished Application
attempt to defend the record of his i cell at the county jail. in about two weeks, beginning Surplus(from which Dividends -

TELEPHONE NO. Ill.r friend, Hon. Frederick Towles FROEICN EXTORTS Bash talks with much freedom about 25 hands. are paidi.I 71.129V2.
Myers.In his deed. He said that Gibbs The removal of this enterprise to Paid to Policyholders in

lorv f3 u FOR FISCAL YEARThe the 1SC1................ .. ..| 27,714.621
himself were in a game of has been one of many :
speech made before the Cosmopolitan New Insurance in 1901.., 245.9l2.0s7
rs at the place and that after the which have had the atten-
Myers-Coeton Club'sometime Total Insurance in force
had been exhausted they had a fuss.He of the Young Men's Business Dec. 31, 1901..UI79.2'6: :!
PBI8AOOL1, JULY ..7,1902'THE ago Mr. Blount said in sub- officials of the local custom I ,
the officers and
house have said he thought everything com Notwithstanding the greater finan.
compiled their annual
reports -
stance that: through the /generosity: been until Gibbs I of that body are entitled to I r cial strength of the Society and the
for the fiscal ending June forgotten
fair is to be held at year
next state of the opposing political faction, he greater security which its policv.
Lab City November 12th, 13th and 30, 1902 and the business transactedfor towards him later in the day !I credit for the bid and encourI : holders thereby enjoy, the RATES:

J4th, and elaborate preparations for had no opposition for the office of the past tw lve months shows a he shot him. I extended to the proprietor are LOW and GUARANTEES bE't.

state senator and had not intendedto considerable increase in various lines. ter than given by other companies
the event are already In progress.CALL'S The negro said he came to Pensacola the accomplishment of his pur-
make any speeches in the cam The total value of exports reached

self-constituted leadership paign, but the ,.opposition to his $14,465,031, a small increase over the Friday night last and KXOWLES BROS.

in the fight against the primary plan two years previous. The number of here until late Saturday, Men Will lie Bo8. ,
friend Mr.fyers had begun to publish
, boold cause the other opponents to vessels that entered and cleared also three policemen on the streets General Agents,
In the excitement of
a lively exer-
I be,ltate before ranging themselves extracts from Myers': public record -
increased while the duties on im '
purchasing a shirt at like boat-racing or ball-playing, 309 S. Palafox St.. PENSACOLA
f Jn,battle array under his tattered and he felt it his duty to come ports were more than ten times their I
I will strain their muscles and
store about 8 a. m. go
. banner. to the defense of his friend. former value.
, -- -- limping and sore. Then they ,,
When he had
caught a pistol
11 AN entering wedge for the building The reports on the value of exportsand : glad they have Perry Davis' MYERS VOTED AGAINST
" That was real nice of Mr. Blount.I imports, entraces, clearances and a good supply of cartridges, I
of war vessels at goverument on hand to soothe the
s !the total tonnage by months, is a:s i which he said he was going to defend REQUIRING RAILROADSTO
like friend defend I
: yards is one of the feature of the to see one an I nerves ; to penetrate the

1 naval appropriations bill which pro- other. follows: himself, but the deputy ': with warmth and healing BUILD DEPOTSSenate

I Tides for the construction of one: battleship "Humph !" says a friecd at my elbow Value of Exports. him before he realized what : It ha relieved the pain of

under government auspices. July. . . . .. . .. .$ 979,995 generations of American
I --- "it is perfectly natural for one August . . . .. S22.C4 transpiring. bottles 25 and 50 cent:. i iI
r KIN Ki'WAKii signalized the cor- railroad attorney to defend another : September . .. . . 467,059; I I Bill No. 74. To be enUItu

oronation event by the declarationof I October .. . . ... .. l,31S,3S'i Don't Fail to Try This. '"An Act to require railroad corpora
1 in the Transvaal, and President when that other gets in a tight I November .. . .. . .. .. .2,084,289 Whenever an honest trial is given THINKS ANY OLD ,, tions to construct passenger depots on
peace place.'' December . .. .. .. 1,844,791January. I
r Eoo-evelt, on the 4th, issued a I .. . .. . . 1.CS8.2SS, i to: Electric Bitters for any trouble iti THING WILL DO THE PEOPLE i their lines of roads and to provide a
of in the Philippines But you must not mind ny friend. 'i is recommended for a curewill 'penalty therein.
proclamation peace February. .. ... .. .. 940,995 permanent ,
and annesty to their inhabi He has been pinched by the corporation March . .. . . . 1.221,474 I surely be effected. It never failsto ': Bill 61. A Bill to be en I On the passage of the bill Mr

I ApriL. . . . . . 1,368,537 tone the stomach regulate the kidneys "An Act to compel railroad 'Myers voted NO. Bill passed 16 to
tants.CoMiKK and he is prejudiced. May .. .. . . . 873.CS1; to construct and provide
and the I I June . . . . . S52.2S3Total and bowels stimulate the liver ,,3. (Senate Journal 1891.), 22junet
has adjourned, stational accommodations for
However, judging from the cum invigorate the nerves and purify the

" record of republican legislation-and I ber of speeches Mr. Blount has foundit I . . . .. .$14,463,031: I blood. It's a wonderful tonic for run at the stations on their i I Need More Help.
failures of legislation-will soon bet I of roads." On the of
I Duties and Tonnage. down systems. Electric Bitters positively ji passage :i Often the overtaxed organs of dig.,
made for use in the impending necessary to make in trying to I bill Mr. Myers voted NO. (Senate
_ up Duties. Tonnage cures kidney and liver troubles j [tion cry out for help by dyspepsia'

, congressional campaign. It is theN''ple'lJ explain away the record made by i July. . . .. .$ .35 14053I stomach disorders nervousness sleeplessness ,; 1893). 22june2t i
4 turn to voice their views August . . 1.60 143,157 rheumatism neuralgia I ---- I I'-
. Mr. Myers, he is not making very . expels malaria. Satisfaction Such troubles call for the
conclusion, and they will I September 118,734 guaranteed Your Kidneys For Rheumatism. i prompt UFjOf -
good headway in his self imposedtask. I October . . 174,846 by \V. A. D'Alemberte, | Dr. King's New Life Pills. They
4 ik out in thunder tones at the November . 15.98 t 246,240 Only 50 cents.GIANTS you are suffering from rheu are gentle, thorough and guarantee-

ot-box in November. December. . 37.69 188,220 the kidneys must be attended to cure. 25 cents at W. A. D'Alem
January . . 45.50 187,635 at once so that they will eliminate berte's drug store.
And too, so desperate has the February . 17.50 120,837 DEFEAT uric acid from the blood. Foley's

LAMAR March . .. . 39.21 173,748 Cure is the most effective
that Mr. Blount in addition
i case :
I April . . . 122.83 142,380 for this purpose. R. T. Hop Grass Shears that will cut

I' to his; numerous speeches, has May . . . 38,650.57': 168.904 BIRMINCHAM i i iI of Polar, \Vis., says: "After un close, at the Willis Hard

.1 IN SANTA ROSA found it June . . . 42.143.38 166,293 doctoring three years for
I necessary to compile a pam with the best doctors, I ware Co's.FRANK .

1. II I phlet giving what he is pleased to I Totals .. . .$ 81,075.21 1,981,667 I It's no use. Pensacola's team cannot :i' Foley's Kidney Cure and it -------
I me. I cannot speak too highly
call True Record of F. T. Entrances and Clearances.Ent. I induce of ball
"a Myers. Foreign an angregition ;, medicine." Sold W. HOUSE
Gen. W. B. Lamar spent the night Cl'd. this great by SECARTSJATH

I! this morning by July . .. . .. . 24 37 tossers to come here who are com I: D'Alemberte, 121 South Palafox
here and was joined Deep water
; That pamphlet has been published Aupust . . .. . 17 30 petent to take a game from the lo- day, for white sea people bathing only., night Hpecial or

the . . . 18
i Oeo. T. Morgan. They on under the auspices of the "President, September. 17 cals. compartment for ladies, with lady at
. October . . . 22 30 WATERMELONS AT
tendant. Neatest
for where Vice President and of the best and cleanestbath
train Holt they
o'clock Secretary
7 ,
November . . . 43 31 Yesterday a number of young men I'A GARFIELD ICE CO'S. house iu the city. Bath! '-
spoke at 11 o'clock this morning. I Mallory-Myers Club." Mind you, December . .. . 36 40 from said to cents. FRANK SIUAKI.
i .. . . .. 34 42 Birmingham, represent I
January. line of silver Cor. Cevallos and Zirragossa I"tl
: They will address the voters at not by the club, for it has virtuallygone Quest sterling
I j Mil-I! I February..o 23 31 I the best baseball material in that and silver novelties is. to be

ligau tonight, after which Mr. Morgan -! to pieces and does not hold : March . . ... ... 35 41 reached here with of vie- { at J. I. !Stephens1.: Prices to''
1 city, a sign
Lamar April . . ... .. 30 43 I all.
will return home. Gen. I meetings any more.I I May . . . .. .. 30 33 tory upon their brow. This "sign" ,! Gus fl. SoderliDd

will peak at rineads tomorrow. He June . . .. .. 27 37 lowered ,
have seen a copy of that pamphlet 'I was after the game in the CLASSICAL SCHOOL
will Wednesday at Tallahas- !'I : .THE
spend .. ...
afternoon, where the tally sheet ;! ,
and, after a careful,conservative Domestic Entrances and Clearances.
he will addressthe I,
Thursday I
fee, II analysis of it, I must say it really' July . . . . 14 9 showed up 13 to 2, in Pensacola's favor Annual fc-ebbion Begins !Of-II-! :Hx WIT CiOVKKNMKNT t4T .

voters of Wakulla county at I: August . .-. . . 13 10 of The lember 1. 11MK2, and Ends
puts Fred Myers in even a worse course. game was a listless Will for the next 30 days make suit
September . . . 10 9 June IU, 1903.
Crawfordville. -- I light with the great mass of the October . .. .. . 17 15 'Ii effort, featured with excessive at 25 per cent less than regular
i 15 13
people than the much talked about December . .. . 18 10 sorry playing and errors on both e aim of this school i" to pro Dying Men's Ladies MultI Buits ItaC(0iLirHen I.'M'lytnu >>

ANOTHER VERY i "yellow record" compiled by Hon. January. . . .. . 14 17 side>. thorongh HIGH SCHOOL and ii Suits kern Clvaoed ILilz
February . ... .. 15 5 In the first the PREPARATORY in Ladles'Hulls steam Cleaned I5c to II..'l'Men'
John B.!: Beard. ,, inning first error i Tousrt itui Cleaned 4"c
:\larch.5 14 : The "school, is of especial
BOLD ROBBERY ApriL. .. . . ..... 14 8 was made by Oliver,at first, when he !!t to three classes : I Hint: Now is the time to have

In the first place, the compiling I i May . . . .. 11 10 I muffed a foul ball hit to him by I Those who having completed'! your winter Clothing" put in good
i I, of this pamphlet is an acknowledge. June . . . .. .. 18 4 grades of the public school wish I shape. This offer Is for thirty days
Swaine. In the locals' half Harris, : their studies further with- only. Mention you saw the adver
Nick :Marcus who conducts a I! ment of weakness. It is admisSion THE DAILY
an tisement in NEWS
Totals . . . 174 134 Bicker and Oliver were hit by a having home. !
email combination fruit and grocery I that Mr. Myers has lost votes I I' Those. who wish, with the aid'' otherwise the regular price will be
Ditched ball, and several others had I the careful individual attention';i charged.
tore at the corner of Alcaniz and by and because of his own official ALL WHO Ui'.: ATOMIZERS in i j 1 can be given in smaller classes j i
to keep from meeting the same fate
', Jackson streets, was robbed of $20 at acts. Mr. Blount has made strenuous Heating nasal catarrh will get the 'I a longer session, to advance )

.' about 8:30: o'clock Saturday night bya efforts to find something good best result from Ely's Liquid Cream The game was witnessed by nearly' I rapidly than is possible for | 134 134 134 134 134
: in '
I public ,
II Balm. Price, including sprayingtube 600 people. ; "J..b- fh f41 C__fr .6i r.l
negro. in that record to tell the people _"_ I Those who are fitting them. :
i cts. Hold by druggists or for college. j 134
Marcus said lat! night that while about-and even he could not find it.j mailed by Ely Bros., 56 Warren Kt., HERE MYERS VOTES NO. : addition to the usual instruc- sAiimoii'j: (> Telephone, *

fitting in front of his store at the There is not a vote shown in even New York. in English, Mathematics, His-1
1 Geography, Latin,etc.,instruc- 134 A It la for Public Vie; : 134
New Orleans j
time named, a woman came along Mr. Blount's compilation ofIr.. Sept. I, 100) ; is offered, witliwt nim tuition, : 1 TRY IT !
Messrs. ELY BROS:-I !sold two House Bill 95, Page 1171. A bill ['. )
and dropped a dime. She asked him Myer's record that proves that bottles of your Liquid Cream Balm French, German and S!: "an-I j su' t.; to- .
to be entitled, "An act relative to the : The school is conducted at the; 134 134 134 134 134
for a light to a!?!'i-t her in finding the I to be other than what the to Delachaise a customer!Bt.: ,,Wm.New Lamberton,1415 Orleans; he has I i receipt, shipment and delivery of \I II of West Gadsden and Spring i

coin. He went into his bedroom in !j Beard compilation proves him to be. used; the two bottle, giving him !I I freight by railroad companies and !! ?, in a building. which is toj!
arranged to adapt it especially to ,
wonderful and moat satisfactory rev :other carriers, and to compel :
the rear of the building to get a i I! common needs of the school. -
; :
Under a black-line heading, suIts. GEO. W. McDuFF.Pharmacist.. : EVERY
railroad companies to transport and number of in attend- e
caudle, and as he reached the door : ,
I "Myers voted against the corporations return cars received from connecting : is limited. Hence those desir- '!
he saw the negro I lap through the should communicate i
when he thought the interests lines of railroads, to construct sidingsand j admittance !
window. I ,!I Notice to Tax Payers : as possible with the Princi- i HOUSEWIFENeeds
of the state required it," Mr. Blount connections with each other's'lines" : l
A chest in which the money hadbeen I Mr. Myers voted NO. 28june1w further information,terms and ,
boasts that Mr. Myers voted for senate I __ _
kept, was opened and the robbery | address I i a Bottleof
bill 2:52, "To be entitled an act ) The City Tax Assessor'slook !i "I Never Knew Pain Killer ti .'.iit :; H. CLAY ARMSTRONG, I

was fOOD discovered. i j providing for the forfeiture of franchises will remain open during -: before, what can the matter be? I' Principal, orPEKCIVALH.WHALEY. Turpentine !
Several ladies i pacing along jut Where is the bottle? There, I'' JR., j
grants, privileges, license*, j July and com : Assi.taot
it is DavU'Painkiller
t previous to the robbery stated that i thought Oi; not Perry whether for Cleaning Beds or Old
rights and immuties in certain ;plaints must be filled with at all, but something the Clothes or for ratings of Insect
they had seen a shabbily dressed druggist must have made himself i < ,. ...+.* .s. + .: l' Cuts, Brui***, or anything else
caes. Senate Journal Ib91:! page ; the and I did not notice !it I have used !
negro standing near the back of the assessor before August ; i ; Everybody knows the value of tun-
711. I Painkiller for years for diarrhfpa, Buy a Hammock Spirits of Turpentine and in order
tore, who they could identify if he I 1st. cramps and stomach aches ana it ; to get the genuine article. See thatit

wa ever caught.YACHT But, with his accustomed honesty, i J. T. WHITIXG, never failed." i I ; ,,'IC AND KEEP COOL; ,,* ii put up by theBuffalo

? -.-- -- i- further on in the pamphlet, Mr.1 i ijyiw T Assessor.
I Blount admits that when it was I STATIONERY.C. J
I called to Mr. Myers' attention that SANTA ROSA SURF : LINES, HOOKS, 5
I V. Thompson, No. 11 South!: j;
I the corporations did not want thl BATHING SINKERS and POLES
Palafox street, has just opened anew j;
I act, he quickly introduced a bill to I
supply of Linen and Bond j; ..< TO CATCH FISH, ..c
-- I repeal it. See Blount pamphlet, page .
'I chowder will be served every Papers! white, blue and gray, with
f' The regular monthly meeting of 11, under heading, "He voted forthe !Sunday evening: Private parties i j

> the Pen$act'l\ Yacht club will beheld I corporation* when he thought that I can arrange to have the ame or !J Envelopes to match, Oxford sizes; Supplies |
other refreshments! served at anv :, also Foreign Mail Tablets with Envelopes '1 !
t tonig at the usual place and justice required it." time during the week at reasonable
i terms. See manager: to match. Ink, Pencil, !
boor. The of the 4th of July
report Again, under the same heading of I: CHAr, H. BURTON. ; Penholders, Blankbooks, Files, etc., : j Bats, Balls and Masks Mfg Co.
1 race and several other important ---- ---- ,
Myers voting against the corpora- etc., always on hand.
Of All Hot Weather Enemies i it i I J HUM |
, the of
i matters require presence every t who Guarantee it Absolutely P'
---- -------- .
I of humanity cholera is the worst j Phone 234.PROFESSIONAL: ;
'member who can attend. Coefs Book Store.Baseball
f ,Constipation \ Treatment When to be effective must' b* '-- r Only 10 Cents a Bottle.
prompt. vomiting, purgin CHIROPODIST ]
MEAT MALT has a marvelou 1 and sllEat announce that: the ds.- ......+I..4 H 4 -
Headache.biliousnes'.lwartburn.indigestion ease i is present combat it with Perry E. St. Clair Thomas will remove
dietetic value. While refreshing'and ,and all! liver ills are cured byHood's Davi-, ,' Painkiller. All bowel troubles corns, bunions and ingrowing nails All kinds of chairs and

pleasant to take, it helps assinii-1 i like diarrh e cholera morbu you: M ant a magnificent watch rocking chairs at Marston
bl od. Will 'call
pain or > ,
Pills and dys eutsry are overcome by Pain- at4 I little money? If so, call OL
lation of food. sold byDAiSHEISSER I residence if required. No. 521 i $ Quina's. Prices are very
I killer. It is *QU1I1y health-promot your : !!, the jeweler. He will acv
BROS. Sold by al druggists.! 25 cents. | ing in all climates. South Palafox street. K'jlm' I date rOD. IZow.rf .


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*. C. O'NEAL. President F. C. NORTON, Cashier -. THE WEATHER i

s. j. fOSHEE,Vice-Preaident; M. E. CLARK Au't C. hie'. Smoke La Normal!


FoRECABi-Partly cloudy tonight
and Tuesday; ; light southwest winds. Cost Five

Temperature in Last 24 Hour: ,I

W degree
Minimum____, ? ..5 degrees

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

Temperature Elsewhere: .

prompt courteous and careful attention given to all business entrusted Hat Mia. ji!
Atlanta_ ._ ,___k 711 i
Blimtret_?_ 1,,,.? ........lx..,.74 M :,
Chicago._r__,??..?.?._....,M Wi EQUAL TO ANY JO-CENT CIGAR !
to its care. Cincinnati____HI 74
Galveston H 7:
Huron.......... _,._...__ u 52
Jackionvllle _.__ ,_ m ?II
Key West? ?_.____?N K)
Mempbii ____..... ..___ w 78
-- Mobile_ .... _,W 74 '
Montgomery ?..,... ._ is 7" !
B. H. FAIRCHILD, article, besides giving the Pensacola New Orleans.____ !() 7 II "I
Sew York__._, ___
ladies all the praise coming to them, REAL ESTATE Savannah_74 ic> loll IIf

av Ox..STERER made especial mention of several St. Louis _;.-____..(.4 7s

38 EAST ROMANA STREET. well-known L. & X. engineers of LEWIS BEAR & CO. Agts.I t

Ca'ltl trcrI and Refinishing Furniture a this city. TRANSFERS MARITIME. !

Speci It,. Mrs. L. C. Bracey, Miss Eloise -- -- -, :-.. .{,<)

PbCU10 405. Pickens, Oeo. A. Cunningham and ,.

wife, all of Selma,arrived yesterday ARIOU8 transfers EXPORTS. .X52S2SH5ES2S252SHSH52 525Hfc5
e 4'-j! V For July to date._ __ ___t l17,:*
and this morning left for Perdido ;
of Escambia
R. K. WHITE I IfM"iJ county
bay, where they will spend some I realty were recordSsU -
fahbmIlLt'r, Manufacturing Jeneler weeks!! at the Xunnalee place. The I ts. fcU ARRIVED AT QUARANTINE
.*V = \ ed during the weekending Nor bk }o'lgarolllU. Nielsen, Port Eliza.
party had a large asscrtment of rsSr t--L Graduate Optician t
., I Saturday,
trunks and portmanteaus and are -
t Mttk P.!.foi ot PnwoU,Fli anticipating much pleasure from ; '".Ac July 5th, all of ARRIVED. f .
':: .' oJ": "i which are reported BrssChatton, :!:Jl.! anderson, Las Palmas I
- i their intended outing. v..y;;',; to \V S Keyser A Co _
for THE NEWS byi I Span ss Krjiesto, l'>i",Orraacchea,Galveston 2S2S2S25252S5J i
:1 Scrofula rheumatism Thos. C. Watson & Co., real estate to Unit Transit CoCLEARED. < i 252SE5S5 ,
dyspepsia, :
I kidney complaint catarrh and general I agents: I'I'I -- ...-. -- .."...,.. - ... t

NEWS NOTES: debility are cured by Hood's H, H, Renfroe and wife to T. E.Renfroe : ,panes Ernesto,IttJfl.: Ormacchea by Gulf
Transit Co for Rotterdam, with S5o tons, of
-7 4 acres of section 32 township
Harsaparilla. !j coal valueflo3u(and tailed.)
6 north, range 30 west-$25.: ; }
W.I I MondaysOffering
MUBDEROFHIGH J. W. Hyer to R. C. Caldwell and BAILED. 1

j M. Cot's new all iu tillS:: t B. Runyan-Lots 17 to 23, block 53; ?! mouth Br 68 Middlehaiu Cattle, Lolyd Avon-

I I Etlmont Tract 193; feet on Gonzalez': -_ .

L Creary of Milton was ., I street, by 130 ft on Barcelona street AT QUARANTINE. WILL BED

,- ?rioj>pfcrs here today. SEASThe 11730.V. orderBr Br8sTwlck nhaml 13, lavi, Santos:! to

.. I \ H. Davidson to Jno. Baine-43'i ss Lustlelgh.,Baker, Baltimore, to
i'.iroJl of Kay Point h a 1ft :'
front on Guillemarde street of block
I' I Am bkt Herbert A }Fuller 6111. rasa; Port LAWNS LACES
visitor to our city today.!
American schooner Mary Sanford 91, Be'raont! Tract-J223.: : Elizabeth to order ,
: -
I KutKhlp Endymlon,!:>.'. Pellersin, East
.- Man, There Ryan of Mou I 15 days from Kluefield, had a!j i R. X. Kittrell and wife to Mary A. London to Baari, Uunwody A: Co

: ," < '-t of her brother atE j, and J. C. Kitirell-40 acres of section I Gull tier Transit 88 AraKonla.iCtti:Co13r Forst. New York to oXIoBoys'

-, ambia. :great experience during her voyage. I!is township 1 north, range 31 west- I ss iDCbmoor, KU, Ban, Santos, to
First Nicholson and'' Baars<4: Co
Mate shot
$1. Br bk :! , Town I
ill with
B >. Hud ollin'er
killed a negro seaman named Reed, I Miss Mollie C. Laskey to Mrs. Sal- via Barbados to order :
'1.1 at her home on theM HUB bk Australia M:, Fagemon, Port
e :.1yl1ore. I and from all reports now obtainable, lie A. Hall-Lot 15 and south half of I Natal,to order Wash Pants .

it took all the watchfulness and lot 14, block 141, East King Tract-Jl. NOTICE TO MARINERS.
: David Perry left yesterday H. Baars et al, to Pilots Benevolent!
Commander J H Bull inspector of the
nerve remaining officers to keep
: -fTular auuual trip to north- Association-Lot 18 and part of lots! Seventh Lighthouse district has Issued the

I .u-tern points. I the negro's comrades from having a 19, 23 and 2C, block 33;, Water Front '1 i following Pensacola official Bay and notice Entrance: Navy Yard SEASON'S! DEMANDS FOR DAINTY, COOL LAWNS,
tOuttr Bank Buoy No C,a second-class can, THE
v T J. H: giaud two chi'dreu marine session of Judge Lynch's 13000.; I! wag established June SI, Per:!, on the and Catchy Laces, are still; strong, with manufacturers still

tl.d.d'!;. KU.. are visiting the court, the men desiring to avengeReed's Elizabeth Eugeno and husband to .I following User Point bearings Beacon,viz Light: E. by N. controlling the situation. The continued hot weather, with every

;. Mr.I III.. Kegs on East death by suspending Nicholson W. L. Bell-Lot 2 of the C. DeVilliers ) Pensacola Light-Home. W.N W J* W. indication of an unusually prolonged season, makes them reluctant to
End of West coal) wbar', navy yard, S.
from the yardarm.As grant, 28 acres-$200. | rn'V. part with stocks and in consequence hold for strong price. Despite the
This buoy U placed at tbe southeasterlypoint I t
Benjamin Hilton to Sarah L'man-I oft I'ensacola strong market tendencies we offer (Monday's gelling:
of the nve-latbom curve
i < 'L ike.! :a timber inspector j jM soon as the vessel reached I
Lots 20 and 21, block 59, West King': navy yard and marks the! to anchorage -
1 :New rliii! -, is in the city, ground ior Deep draught vessels.NOTICE .
quarantine, a letter was sent to the Tract-$130.
i lug t- !L.iline of duty at-I 1 i
,\ -.1.. city for federal officers! and: Deputy Sarah L. Heilbon and husband to' TO MARINERS. 3,000 YARDS OF FINE 2,500 YARDS LINEN SHADED

Marshal Wharton went over and W. S. (JarHeld-Part of lots 1 to 4, KegulaUonsof the Marine Hospital r-er-
MiV M. M uf lln- Point I vice require the Inspection of vessels from j! TORCHON LACE AND
block 20, East King Tract-$130. foreign ports via domestic ports north of j, SHEER LOTUS LAWNS. .:1.
:ame d'iw !. "!. tti1 City of Tampa brought Nicholson here. He was southern Maryland but via such port at''
Ruby P. Hottell and husband to Island, where full pratique 18 given I
: M iiii ruiu< t? \i-it her daughter, jailed and will be given a preliminary Loura C. Caro 'I for a southern port,inspection la not pre- I In Dainty Stripes and }Figures;,I An ideal Wash Lace for garnishing
-175 ft front on Chase Hummer Underwear
I Fancy
to entrance
M'-, Stephen llenuttt.M trial tomorrow. I street of block 5, Uonelson Tract- requisite a Wonderful Yariety-of Colorings,I Wash Petticoats etc. The actual

(-"*r+. Chas Hamilton (;ha*. Kl-: --- -- ( NOTICE. one of the most popular sellers we I worth is 6,8J4 and 101:. For Monday,
The Marine Hospital Service has issued Tuesday and Wednesday it will be
and Jnr Simmons nf Stilton i MONDAY MORNING I VITAL STATISTICS. tbe following: have had this season. choice at
"Coasting vessels which are known and
.I i which are in regular trade with Florida I
j Record of Births and Deaths Duringthe from domestic ports of the United States, I If you are here bright and early 6c yard, :

1 4ii.podonic and family left POLICE COURT Past Week. may with enter the understanding without detention that if or sickness Inspection of I you get the choice of patterns at 6 yards for 25c' yards for 45c. ,

.. i 1..y ui,{lit fur New York, from The following record of births and F:; during any character the ,'oYRlIe0 whatsoever: Florida shall ports develop shall 10 Yards for 35c. Positively not a yard at these prices '
to tbe quarantine officers for inspection after Thursday f
11 ry will take passage on deaths were filed in the office of the : and disposition."
The docket at the police court I
.1. r Mcilia for Uenoa, Italy, city clerk during the pan week: I
v was heavy this morning, the police 'I THE SHIPPING. i I
'I nJoiiico's ill health
; being I Births.
200 Pairs
,', > return to his native having been on the alert during White-To A. Gunn and wife, a boy; VESSELS PORTKTEAMSHII'H. Boys' Wash Pants e t !

Haturday night, when the majority''to I John P. Ross and wife, a boy; to I

of arrests made. There jW. J. Sennott and wife, a girl; to Joe j| Br Batten Hall, 1.173, Weppener to llaarf, I IN LIGHT, MEDIUM AND DARK STRIPES AOE-53 TO 11 YEARH, ;
H l !Ker- a merchant of LetaA.I were were !Jacoby and wife, a boyto Dave Uunwody Co

: ; J. C. Richardson, :'M cases and fines figured up J ISO. Kugleman and wife a boy; to Alexander Br Egmont Lumber Co Castle, Ml, Pugh, to Sullivan

.- circuit court at Greenx. Three white women, Bertha Glass, I I Coleman Brown, a boy.and wife, a girl; to Sadie ser Br& CoCo Karlswood: 1W, Brown to W B Key- c* Choice Monday at JOe Pair. & t

11.11'. Miller of Brewton I 'I r Heleyslde, 11 C,McKie, to F O Howe 4:
Richardson and !I Colored-To Barnes
Ruby Georgia Miller Ruby a girl;
, VV S !...I."tIactalso Brewton, to Horace I II .,., ... .... .. ..... .
'i I B. Carter and wife, a boy; ripan Leonora, 1745 Buttinza. to Gulf -- -- -- -- .-. , ...,-- ,
were fined 125 each for being .
: :.. ut", arrived yestrrdayM. to John Harrington and wife, a boy; Transit Co I f
rt.HiitThis! morning drunk, the heaviest penalty imposed to Frank Hunter and wife, a boy; to1 In.NCo Br Lesreaulx, Vii Ferry toBoutherland ',
'- ,' I I Minnie Cee a boy; to James Owens Br Langbam, 17HS, Featherton. to Ino A W. J. & B. I II
"t. Andrews Kay to en- for a long time for this o fen e. In1!I,; and wife a boyto; Jas. Powers and Merrltt Co FORBES. Id
Bfotia. Wf(. Haner.toOulf Transit Co
: for the Oar
1-uing next ten
the event this fine is not paid they wife, a boy. Br Hllverdale, 1711, Ball, to Pensacola

will serve &t days each on the rock 1! Deaths. Lumber Br Hamera.Co 17VH, Voss, to John A Merrill I
\ J t Wright, in the ;Mont- pile. i White-D. B. Rowan, 53 years, A Co I J
\d\ -ru <-r uf Saturday, I scleresis of spinal cordIrs.; lola SHIP ;
11 \ "tor -i 'iiuture a glowing''t ICE-COLD: WATERMELONS: AT'I, Lathram, 23; years, typhoid fever; :Mrs. j'1 I Br RUB Kings Ocean County., 14'dMattesentoSBLtD 9!\H, Halter to order If You Buy Them at the Boston Shoe Store, They are Good .,;.

THEGARFIELDICE: : { Medorah Nix, 63; years, cancer; Mrs. I I
.i ,"''tint of the recent enter- O'I I Matilda Catherine Athey 80, old age. BARKS
Nor Avtemore, 1UI-1. Hansen order
fie Ladie- Auxiliary, Cleaning ladies skirts and waists !' Colored-Lucius Williams, typhoid It Anna K Marie it:, Tlnto, to Komsco ,
I fr'mi Montgomery on the is one of OT specialties (Star Laun fever: Edith Eigner, 63, s/jmach Iou
: ,(,.I Ult-Ulbership. The I I' dry. trouble: Lucinda Bedsols! :28! years to Nor W 8 Alexander Kejser(Lawrence'0 !, Haa ern, 1 Boston Shoe Store

_ .. I heart disease; Mary White, 30 years, It Bersigliere lUll, Peeko, to Uaaf8. Dun- I !
unknown. wody 4 Cot
............ .. FImstone.Tt7CapurotoOrder: !
.... .............A. Nor Hugo. ..t t4. Hanssen. to order ij
If a Man Lie to You, Mao Norma. :Ml, Alhertsen to Baars,
, Dunwody ('o
Kus Ml'. to order ti
Ithea Nyroos
'* A FRESH SHIPMENT OF = I And say some other salve, ointment, Nor Sunbeam. Hi4. And<-rkn.. to ordrrJt i
lotion, oil or alleged healer is as good Thomas .ct, t.&uro. to order I

D. !:-. 5"rr as Bucklen's Arnica Salve, tell him It VlrginiaAslVasalo HARKKNTI.tE.: to Kosasco Bros Ladies' Pat. Leather Tip Oxford worth $2.00, Monday..... .... .....$1.4< t

-- L'.SMITt :: =-= :: = thirty years of marvelous cures of Br' koda,*;;>0, Lee,to H S L CohCIIOONERS. Ladies' Black Kid Pat Leather Fancy Scroll Oxford, worth f, oo, ,

Piles, Burns Boils Corns. Felons, lir Gearglans.I&Otl.: to. order '' Monday .}1.19Ladies'
5 FIELCT"HAMS" Am Hjalmar. Axelseu. to master Black Kid Pat. Leather, Heavy Sole, Rope Stitch, regular I
... Ulcers, Cuts, Scalds, Bruises and Skin Am John .'rRncl."ii. l ordltoo, to order | *2.60 Shots .|LKi
Eruptions it's the best and' Br Mabel Darling. 111. Albany, to Simp: I
; prove'o Ladies' Pat. Vici, Medium Sole' Cuban Heel, Regular $27-8hoe.|2.20BOSTON
y cheapest. 23; cents at W. A. D'Alem- Am Mary Sanford. 4.:'t, McDonaldto.Jno: ) _
,. .\ Merrill Co I I.JP.CLKAKEU _
, berte's drug store. II I



k Beatrice. Br. 21:51.! Edward Penarth :Maya ,
j FLORIDA : Helstniihorg, heed, 1W I'Schreill Hotter <
FRESH SYRUP kIN House Bill 215, Page 1077, A bill to dam :May ID NATHAN C. H'llii.Mii: : l'l'u"ridllr. :
{ Llanoannor. Br. r::*', Croston at Rio Ja-1:
be entitled, "An act in relation to nlero
' ky PortUiftlele. Br. S)i"Jenkins, at Hamburg Leaders of Low Prices. 117 South Palafox Street. 3
GALLON JUGS, 75cts PER GALLON. insurance companies in this state. May ? ,
BlRkSAntonio. __ -
-...- (The bill became a law and makes Lrr.E.ld: t'ulllafay; I.' ,
Rico, It >ld Table I'av 1"y:5 TILE SANTA KUSA
f \vi: HAXOLI: insurance companies, when judgmentis Hue! Mount, II, sid Lend Jan 12 I VIRGINIA COLLEGE ]

against them, pay the attorney'sfees Sl'KF BATHING KSTAIU.ISHMKNT: I I For YOUNG LADIKH. Iloarioke, Va.It. .
\ M. F. Gonzalez & Co's Corn Meal kk Two Bottles Cured Him. i I "pl-Dt ttf'ft li,..C. One of tbe leading "
of other side.) Mr. Myers did "1 was troubled with kidney complaint Bathing the warm gulf water is Schools for Young L die. In tbe H into
not vote. 28june1w for about two years," writes A. conceeded to be the finest in the' New building*, piano and equipment
(I. i\ri.rsiviiA. ----- '-- --- H Davis of Mt. Sterling, la., "but two world. Evervthingforpleasure : tempo 10 Valley ten of acne Va.. brand famed mountain for btaltb.scenery Koropean --
I This weather makes the bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure effecteda safety. Good hoard and lodging, by ,, ar.d Amerean '"aeht",. Fall course.
permanent cure." Sold byV.. A. the day or week. Luncheon prompt- (omervatorT, advantages in Art. M UMcandi
grass grow. You can buy served at all hour, day or night. 'i I Klocutioo, 1 Miidcnt from thirty Htates.
&T D'Alemberte.. 121 South. Palafox, street. tot catakxuea'l'lrf'iiiiAITiKJ
SOL CAHN CO.8T | keen cutting Lawn Mowers CHARLES H. BI:RTON, *, H A IUIoI. frefideot,

and Grass Sheas from the Ball Bearing, keen cutting 2m-tf Manager i i Iloanoke, \a. (.
I -------
Lawn Mowers at the
Everybody ball
Hardware C'o's. a right to a little
f APLE AND FANCY GROCERS, fc Willis Hardware Co', Elegant china closets, '1 piece of this earth. But they must

I sideboards and leather- fight for it. They man watch their
Corner C Marston $ Quina carry -- --- chance to get it. and get it. i
Palafox and Intendencia l-OU e A.i.L'. seat chairs at Marston
the largest line matting, ........ .. $ \ Thog. C. Watson' & Co. !

,.,? Ii 8. Pensacola Th.X window shades etc. )0\4IS FOR .'LORlD.HU IE- Quina'S' Low prices; easy have some particularly fine bargains i
"nc =
S. rugs, 1) SKKKER-RentMl farm with some I to offer jUt now, and they invite
crop. Party can move in at once. Also for payments.
in the city. We lay our sale hor 4 ... pliments and household cood. Correspond jqnicz. j Von will never regret having done
............. ... matting free. C.t'.31iJ1I-rerIJ.IHfla. 7JyU 1 i Try THE NEWS Want Column. I IK to.

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4- receipts for Cuba for the mouth ,
THE POOR OF LONDON of June amounted $1.232.252. No. 38 Perry Street DETROIT, MICHIGAN.A .
Who Now I
Help and Health for Those Joseph Benson Rose, for many years
couple of winters ago I Wine of Cardui makes women
Half Million Slum DwellersHis prominently known in the drug: trade slipped on a frozen sidewalk more womanly
"Oh I Dear. I am Really Not by curing -
Cry, and formerly president of a large baking and fell flat on my back. On their weakness ana making -

Majesty's Guests. powder company is dead in New being: examined I found that them gtronper. Wine of

Well Enough to Work, .But I am York from heart failure. I had sustained internal injuries Cardui cured Miss Bowey.

King Edward has which laid me up for more As a medicine for all women
signed the
DRINK TO KING'S HEALTH. To." appointment than two months. After that in every trying period of
Obliged of Lord
Salisbury's print noticed that I had pains in \ their lives can you think of a
pal private secretary, Schomberg M the back and
groin which I better medicine for yourself
Fulham, ...
Dinner Was at
Principal Donnell to l succeed Lord Esher, who I never had before. I doctored ) your Ester,. our daughterand

Where Sir Thomas Lipton Did the How often these significant words are spoken in our great mills, retires from the secretaryship of his and doctored for several j your mother ? Can you

To Fourteen shops, and factories by the poor girl who has worked herself to the majesty's: office of works. I months but as the pains increased V Honors of the
Day point where nature can endure no more and demands a rest! The poor i Thousands of banana trees instead, of wowing mj present to give your tried

Thousand of the Poor. sufferer, broken in health must stand aside and make room for another. better I decided that fwas not having the than a bottle of this medicine which
been blown down by a heavy have I treatment. in the will
right Reading papers bring her health and happiness?
lxnuon. July 3.-Half a million\ of The foreman says, "If you are not well enough" to work you must ratles the Port Antonio correspondentof of the wonderful cures performed by You are suffering; ? Your duty it ti

l.ODUta'b slum J"filers were Kiui leave, for we must put some one in your place. The Herald. Torrential rains aw Vine of Cardui I wrote to one of the rid yourself of this pain. If your

Hd ard's gutU: this afternoon.< They Standing all day, week in and week out, or sitting in cramped posi- causing much damage. Rivers are parties and received a very satisfactory daughter, moth, sister or friend ij

were altered in about 4W halls tions, the poor girl has slowly contracted some deranged condition of rising above their banks and flooding reply and IlmmtfiatdYla1t for some. lick and in need of relief, your duty U

her organic system which calls a halt in her progress and demands plantations.A In a very short time I felt generally better equallygreat to them. Many women,
fciLoota and in varying numbertht -;. ,
parks restoration to health before she can be of use to herself or any one else. and after seven weeks faithful use I was now well, owe their lives ft friends
guatest number of the royal ben- London special says it is under once more well and strong. I have never who brought them Wine of Cardui.

tlciantg: b..iBg at Steyiiey. where no To this class of women and girls Mrs. Pinkham proffers both sym- stood that the cabinet has edcided not had a sick hour since and I daily bleu Wine of Cardui is adapted to w>

less than 4J.;'"i enjoyed a dinner such pathy and aid. When these distressing: weaknesses and derangementsassail to accede to the suspension of the con- your splendid medicine. men at any age in any walk of life.

as thy seldom speak of. At every you, remember that there is a remedy for them all. We have on stitution of Cape Colony, but to endeavor MONtE BOVEY.rrrriiNE For the working woman it gives her

gathering was read a message from record thousands of such cases that have been absolutely and perma- to compromise the conflicting OF CARDUI is one medi- strength for her tasks and letter

the king si Led ty his private secretary nently cured by Lydia Pinkham's Vegetable Compound,restoringto interests there. I I W I cine that should always be kept treatment than a doctor for verY81ll1l
vigorous health and lives of usefulness those who have been previously I I on hand in every home for immediate cost.
to tinjtior.. sent through the The official annual statement of when female weakness Your will Mil!\
sorely distressed. Read the following letter. I use druggist yea a f 11)0)
lord major of 1.0111101ir J. C. Dim.1 British shipping just issued shows that first makes its appearance. Miss bottle of Wine of Cardui. Secure tie!

UN, an follows.'Ilii' I : more ships were built in Great Britain''II Bowey's painful and dangerous accident medicine today. Take it in the privacyof

: {kiiiuham: Palace July f. 11-20: I i I I, and more sold to foreigners in the year would not have resulted so seriously your home. Re!.' f w',,1 ran:' ti}uj
I had she taken Wine of Cardui promptly.KiM as surely as you take it.
a. iu I am conntaii'led by the king J i 1901, than in any previous year and

to'm \ >>ur lordship that his mat- r that the total tonnage of British merchant -

I c "') .u.ii: fu-- iUet-n| had intended usitlng I. 1 'I shipping was 9.324.496: tons or A million 8." '" :. :l
It. ,. :: WINE of CARDVI have fur: i I' IL
-uii of hi roroudtiou dinners TL ICO.nitO tons above the total of 1900.
Win .f't ,' .i.
to.!a> 'Ifi''! he ih-i |ply! regrets that his The London Standard this morning .

i 1 sorer; s prey, nts their doing so. The 1 J 'I publishes a dispatch from its Tiaa -- -

t IdD/! has deputed members of his family Tsin who .
correspondent, says it is reported : THE
, f to r..I.| ifi rit him at as many of the.;e I that Prince Tuan, who was connected '

< dinuoi as imxsiMe, I am further II, with the boxer
(crimes and ---- - --- -
', 0= === = =:= = =: : ,
, commanded b)' the King to express hit who is now a fn.:::itive, is in frequent

hope that his guests are enjoying I communication with the imperial government WILL MOYER

I themEiUta and passing a happy day I at Pekin, and that his son

( Keeps a Complete First-Class Up-to-Date Stockof
This morning's bulletin announcing 'lieutenant general of the Chinese ,

that King luard Is out of danger wag forces at P kln. | Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries.No .

also circulated so that half a million\ I

poor folks rack his majesty's healthin : h Many Gubernatorial Candidates. :j 30 W. Government St., Salisbury Block.
I I Birmingham Ala.. July 5.-It is stat '
no rtMralnrd enjoyment. The principal ed that Hon. Charles E. Wailer of TKLEPHOXK: 32 7.
dinner was at Fulham. where
I Hale will make the race for governorin
Sir Thomas Lipton. who organized the '
I the approaching primary. Sir. Wa'-
wbolf frost, did the honors of the day ler was Governor Samford's most form ICE AND WOOD.WE

to 14,0 'H' of the poor aided by a host idable .
apponent for the nomination

of tilted and unfilled \oluntwrs. in. and is undoubtedly popular in thestatt' EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LARGER: TRADE

eluding Timothy I.. Rohhuff, lieuten- .
As matters !
stand Judge i iCaffee.
act governor of New York state; vice THIS SUMMER THAN EVEK FEFCRE
of this is
city the only announced j
Commodore Uourne. of the New Yo.'"
Yacht other who opponent of Governor Jelks.' : SEND US YOUR ORDERS NOW.
dub and Americans
I.. B. Musgrove. of Jasper and former :
handed around plates of beef and pu 1- I Governor
Johnston of this city how
I Thompson Olsen & Co
ttlnh. ever, have both been accused in the .,
The Prince and I'rlnccps of Wales Rli
newspapers being in the race and ,
paid their first visit to Fulham. They neither has denied the soft impeach Manresa Street, Telephone 147.

entered the pArk of the hi..hop' pal. .
mnt. If all five of the -
Here is the Story of Thousands of Young Women who are gentlemenmentioned
ace through a triumphal arch, and
make the race, some Ihey! ESTABLISHED 1863.
were received by the of Ful Helped to Health by Mrs. Pinkham.
mayor I politics will likely be the result. ----
ham Sir Thomas Lipton and others. "DEAB MRS. FIXKHAM.-I am troubled very much with the whites anda

: Their royal highnesses were enthusiastically :, bearing down of the womb. My Lack aches so that I am hardly able to" When Other Medicines Have Failed:! McKENZIE OERTING & CO.DIALIBSin .,

pr.-.-ted by an immense bard work. Will you kindly inform me what to do as I am suffering most terribly.

of htiars.! who sang 'God Have the -Miss MAV lii ECHSLK, Middle Village P.O., Long Island, N.Y. (Mar. 17,1UUO.) Take Foley's Kidney Cure. It has o 0

King" The Prince and Piincess DEAR Mrs. .I'1SKU.UII write to thank you for the good your remedies cured when everything else has dis and General Hardware
appointed. Sold by W. A. D'Alccn- Ship Chandlery
alighted: and walked among the places have done me.
troubles and followed directions. I iberte, 121 South Palafox street. i iI
where the guests were assemblsl i I wrote to you describing my your I
seemed to After using six bottles I 80S AND 60S 3. PALAKOI STREET.
I had d-wtore a great deal but nothing help. II
14 I around try mib-s of tallies, evincing i of Lydia ... Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and four packages of I! wAGFENOY-
the utmost Interest In everything. At The :anative Wash cured me MYERS DODOES AN
Sanative Wash I am again strong healthy. REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN ROEBLINO'8 HONE co.'!!
f I the head of the table in the central I of the leucorrhfua (whites). I would recommend your remedies to all suffer- GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUB3EL BON'S PUMPS

F marque the ro'allarty stopped ant ing wf-men who need them."-Mua MAY UtE<:IIXER, Middle Village P. O., IMPORTANT LABOR MEASURE

t.1 Inns bulletin regarding the kind's i Lung Island, N.Y. 1 I! --- i I I Emu Cirditi filits, Illi, Intlei! lutnaisli, flirt,, Iktln

health. This was the signal for a i When a medicine has been successful in restoring:: to health COMPASSES. LOGS, ETU

i more than a million women, ;you cannot nIl hay without tryingit House Bill No. 162, A Bill to be C. McKenzie Oerting Collecting Agent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent ASJOelation.

Before j I ," I do not believe it will help me" If you are ill, do not hesitate entitled "An Act for the protection of .

,t t'ff'I'lot'd to the Bishop of Ixmilou. the to get a bottle of LjdiaK. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound at discharged employees and to prevent -

Itt H.-v. Arthur Foley Ingram and once and write Mrs.' Pinkham, Lynn, Mass., for special adiice. and for other "
black listing purposes.
I !
Fir Thnma Lipton. his! great satisfac- I It is free and helpful. AVrite to-day, delay may mean death. 1 ; The Star Laundry
On the passage of the bill in the sen-i!
tion at the completeness of the ar- Owing| 10 the fact that some skeptical people ,
hire from time to time questioned tile genuine- ate Mr. Myers did not vote. (Senate )
ran t"f1'nlanl empha"i/iil his regret $ REWARD testimonial letters..e are constantly
ot the
Dt the fact that the king was unable to 5 0 0 0 ors publishing"e have deposited with the National.ill Journal). 22june2tDASTORIA. Biggest Busiest Best !
1.s City Hank,of Lynn Mais.,15.000hicb i I ,
1.rrrent.I be paid to any person who will show that the above testimonial is not i iI
the wnter's special -
This %as a sample of all the other esnume.. or was published before obtamm permuiion
.-Lydia K. Fiokham Medicine Cuuipauy, Lynn Mm tile 1 its Imd Yn6 Hal A'aays?talks i
dinners, which were fllll"Wl,1 in every ? -d
a I An Call
Evening on
+ ttJpature /P $J'I-tI-- _
cane i>yamty shows upwards or _. J
-- --- d
1,500 nteratic., theatrical and music ,
I Acts Immediately -- --- w t Your Swell FriemK
LaU artists and 41S pianists! giving
MYERS PRESENT, The man who owns his own home
their urMies for the 0('(a"I'II. r Colds are sometimes more trouble- insures himself against lots of you will find will be warmly received -
than in winter it'slso i
VOTINGSenate sc4ne in summer I
I trouble and worry. :Nobody can ;
I hard from adding to them r1 if well\ and
to Keep you are neatly
raise his rent, and the rent day has
\\'...t Jeff nail Till. I \\"hlll'ooling off: after exercise. One +
terrors for him. It's to owna dressed and \linen
I no easy your Isirreproacb"i -
A incitement hay lieen started among Bill 29, A bill to be entitled, I I Minute Cough Cure cures at once. home now-a-days. ThOS. C.

prominent J-i-Ttin HI-MI of Salt Lake 1 "An act to require railroad companiesin : &olut-ly safe. Acts immediately. WatSOn & Co. can tell you how .,r able. A woman of refinement

<'lty to i-rpuil/e n club and offer a the state to erect cattle yards and Sure cure for coughs colds, croup easy it i3. Jail and see them. |II ,/ "i;: ;:,_ always gauges a man's well bred:.'

purse of f.i'.o"-: to Jeffries and TittlniinoiiH /- I 1 crossings on their lines of railroadin : throat and Inner troubles. Hargis"lI'Larmac -- .------- --- I ctincts by the condition of hi* line:
John Sheppard and Sidney }
t.i 11I.t there in n twenty certain cases." The Journal shows KaU.j }, y : 1 and he goes into her presence ai-

round eohtest, Burin, the LIKs' national j LODGE DIRECTORY ; .
that Mr. Myers was present but did I y = morel with beauty when his shirr
t'onveutinn l In \11:11.1.Curn
not vote. Pages 399-400 Senate Jour j There's lots of money to be made collars and cuffs have been done u,,

i Iln real estate-lots of it. A real estate PYTHIA& : ', at the Bur Laundry.
nal, 1893. 23june1wKriirTro KNIGHTS OF
Eczema and Itching Humor sign i is usually a finser-board: to

Through the Blood-Costs Nothingto l'1n1-n..I..m ICIht Away II wealth. Thos. C. Watson & Pen*&coU Lodge, No. 3, K. of 1'.,

Try It. tud mates,a speedy 1llJf cou.h.d aced< co.ij. Co have, the leading offers Heal which Estate it wouldbe firm meets every Monday eu. ALL WORK C. 0. D. Goods Calle for and Delirered! Free.
l Blood\ Balm some at 5 "o at Castle Hal
11. H. P.. K-nauic ; hi Ing :
F OABTORIA.Biers worth your while to consider. Go in the Bloant- Watioi
now recognized a* a certain ;and sure .. ea.13tfhgn third floor. TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST.
the 1'9 Kl.d Yl7 u A and see them to-day, and dou't wait building
cure for Kczem.: Itching Skin, Hu.t | : till to-morrow. Visiting brethren cordiali
ttre : welcomed. WALKER INGRAHAM
snore, ScabSeal"*. Watery Blisters of 'Gt'lf.lG M CAMFBILL Manager.TIME .
Marston $ Quinn are sole H. HOR8LIK C.' .
1'inipleAching: Bones or K. R.Ii 8I .

Joint, lUiil) Carbuncles. Prickling Pocket cutlery and scissors agents for the celebrated I TABLE.

Pain in tLe Skin Old Eaten, Sores, from the finest to the Odorless refrigerators,

Ulcers, etc. Itotiuic Blood Ililm at the Willis I absolutely guaranteed or aurelsAlain LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD'
cheapest, t IJJ EFFECT DECEMBER 1. 1801
taken luteruallr.curas th'r wort and refunded.
Hardware Co. money ,
mo"t df't'l'->f'ltE'J cases by enriching, : New Orleans and Mobile.

vitalizing the blood .lasI.W.HARPER? --- -- -
lurtfyintId i -I
thereby ptving a healthy blood supply I So,8. 50.4.. So 1. So,I. So.I. So.S
LAW DEPARTMENTOF 1U: a 12:1 m 11:05 p Leave__ PenucolaArrln 5:00 a I tI) p I lIil> P
-kin. Botanic Blood Balm
to the ; 11:511" t'T: p I'll a Leave_. F tlomaton_ Leave 2a a :!:JQ p 7:5 p
is the only cure, to stay cured, for : 4 lIOtl a 4::!2 p I :2:55 a I L..av&._._ oloblte ... ,_ Leave Us'n't: I::U n 6:00 p
these awful, anuoyiuR skin trouble ...__._" !I'ip: 1Ja: Leave _.New Orleans Leave ":01p 15.-., __

Other remedies may relieve. but It. KENTUCKYWIIISUY North.

Jl. H. actually cures, heaU every John B. Stetson University I ,

tore, and gives the rich glow of,,I I 1: No.2. No. .. So. I o.L
health to the skin. B. B. B. build up I II Do Land: : Florida. 1 -vt 11:0// pm 1:15 p m Leave_ Pensaeol a ....Arrlye tOO p 01 5ce a m
the broken-down body and makes i 8:15 a m e;5p m ArrIYe.. Montgomery .1..1'8 11:15 a m 9:85: p 111

the blood red and nourishing. Over JOHN F. FOUDES. Ph. I)., President ALOKKT J. FAKIHII. LL. B.. Dean 'l : 1I:5iam 7:06pm $1IJlpm:10a m Arrive ArrIYe_Blrmingbam a'byUleLeaylt_Leave lI:3am t:1I6pm_

3UX voluntary testimonials of cures I!! Fall Term COIIIIIICIK-ON WeiliifMlaj! October 1, IHO '. ';Al! am 8:1. a m Arrive_.l..oal.yllle .....Le.n 9:15 p''m' Iam.n
by Botanic Blood Balm < B. B. B.) ,::!() a m 11ii.: m ArrIYeClnclnDatlLen 8:1)1) p m 1115 p 01
$1. Trial treatment free TWO YEARS' COURSE-The Law Department olJoUn! n. Stetson University gleesatwoyeah' 7Oam: liOpm Arrive..8t.Lonl' ..,_Leave t:15pm 1I;S5prnPENSACOLA
Druggist iI
and prepaid by writing Blood Balm :i DEGREE cour.I..adln ADMITS Ty;THE to the\H-Tbe degree of diploma LL. Bi the Law Department Jobn B. I Sill ti Damtoaer Bras.HDHEYDHEHSES. AND RIVER JUNCTION.

Co., Atlanta, Oa. Describe trouble, Stetson I'mvcrsity admits to the Bar. ------------ - -
and free medical advice give;; uutil FURTHER 1NFORM.\ -t'ortheLaw.-\nnonncl'ment of 12-3,and all other de- No. l-Dal1y No. 1-Daily I No stop where time not shown So. I-Val1y ;No. tl-Daa
a tired information regarding the Law Department address 1---
cured. I ALBERT J. FARRAH, Dean of Law Department, 11M pm ':00 a m Lenl,_Peniacola.Arrln 10Yp m 11:1pm
7:11" II r-Itohemfa.._ "
Ul$ nigh' 10:17" IIJII'
De Land, Fla. UlI": 7:1 .,_ Yntestra 10:" 8:01
OA9TORIA. US: II 7:11" _Escambta_ III" I 11:51

pea..oe N K nd toy Ham Hiways: Soj1tram. <. U.S6" 1i":: ".. Mnlat 101" 1I'j
II ___. __ "
11:3Q 7:19 Harp 101" 6;")
1 LItP Tulane University of Louisiana. art Ihi nott tmUl of all .. It:50): "M" -G'itCtty._ 1015" 1171t.5I
II ...
7W" Milton 10:10" 5::,)
J uu.FOLEY'I. IJI! am _.. U _Good Ranger _. tMI.M"
Now Orloansa.EDWIN : 8:15" __ Holt...... ':!6" tM
Seasonable householdand I::)) 8 3j" &l1l11gan __ 8:10": tll
I E 2$1" 8;*I" Cretvlew_ 8n" tll)
kitchen utensils at the I = : :: ; If)) 8M": .Deer LaneS It 8:56 I lat
A. ALDERMAN LL.D., President. 8: 8t9 It __ Mossy Ileac 8tI) 5:14
Willis Hardware Co.'s. t:03": 11:85" _DeFnnlalt 8prtnlL" 8U" I:"
tl1" 8 .. _Argyle t..
: :+ 1:31
Full Courses In Lan na Sciences Law, Medicine. Pharmacy Art.Seven '
;ll. 4H 867' _Ponce de Leon.- 7r9 1\1
nfvMtel CotnUlrurtfludiM
Separate Departments Sixteen Buildings. Kxtenilve Libraries Laboratories ornxxvty ;OO" 10:10' ___Weltytlle __ ':11" IM
and Workshops splendid: Department for Women In the Newcomb College.
want a DIce preeent to giveto 4 br tot :Ii" 11):1 __ Caryym._ 7:11" I.N
If yon Tulane makes leaders In all vocations.! Its facilities for Instruction are unsurpassed rtcofnl 11113" IIJI'! _Bontra1_ 8:55" 1:27:
a friend, go and look through the In the South.: Eighty-six Instructors: and Ii3: students last session. Many scholarships I.. phyildt&i th bat t* 8:00" IOt7" hlpley; 8S1 II 1.4
elegant line of suitable articles at In the academic department open to Louisiana boys Expenses of scholarship student u 8JI! It 11:01" _.....Cottondale_ 1:19 II It1P! noon
surely can find S175 r session. Board and lodging dormitories at low rates. Opportunities afforded ItIWr tnd BI.,,_ 7:00" 11:" _Mart& I:) 13:14[ "
J. I. Stephens, yon If academic students for self-help. In the Academic Colleges, no boy If properly preparedfor ':.) 11:45 __Cypreu....... :!H" 11-\ 1.11
something to please yoa. you college work,will be turned away from inability to pay tuition Next session begiaiOciouerut. > Mf.W 1ir1 7:..) 115 1" ....Gra:1(1 RleSge_ 1Iti II lira
i I want anything in the Diamond line send for Catalogue. TM": 1:06 noon ., _._ 8neadl 1I; 1" ..
be sure to see him before you buy Address, K. K.BBCFF,Secretary. W. A. D'ALEMBERTE. 8:15 1:1.1" Arrlve-Ryrfanctloa-Leave 6:1" IO.J.Er .


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:i iIi
HEALTH I the voters of. each precinct shall Tote
FOURTH OF JULY HASMANYJASIIAITIES INSURANCEThe for a member of the executive commit.

tee from his precinct and the candi-

I man who insured hU life ..I date for the executive committee receiving -

II wise for his family. the highest vote cast shall bea
member of the executive committee
L I I The man who insures his! healthis I until his successor shall be chosen in

II Scores Injured By Bursting : wise both for his family and I the year 1904. 1 ,
himself. Qualifications of Voters.

I Bombs and Fireworks. I Those and only those persons shall I
N! You may insure health by guard be permitted to become candidates before

lug it. It Is worth guarding. : or to vote at or participatein
THREE KILLED IN CHICAGO. the management of this primary for Infants and Children. : i
I At the first attack of disease
election who are white democratic electors .
I which generally approaches duly registered for the electionin Ci toria i* a harmless! 'substitute for Cantor! OB, Paregoric

Four Were Probably Fatally Injured ; through the LIVER and manifests Drops nul Soothhiff Syrup It PloaMint.. It : \
II the year 1900! or on the 12, 13 and contains neither Opium Morphine nor other NarcoticsubtiiiKe. t
In Brooklyn by the Explosion of e itself in innumerable ways 14th days of June 1902, who declare It d'struT"orlU and allays Feveri.-hness ;

Big Bomb which Was to Wind Up TAKE their adherence to the principles and It cures Pian-liu-a aul "Wind Colic. It relieves Teething
cBeftutiful/ organization of the democratic party,
Troubles and cures Constipation. It regulates tho
Day's Celebration. national, state and county, who, if Stomach and Umvels, giving healthy and natural bleep. ,
yf they voted at the regular election The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.
New York. July 5.-At police bea-l-l I lutEs PillsAnd held next preceding such primary

quarters 125! accidents due to the use election then voted the demo- The Kind You Have Always Bough' ,

Thoughts of explosives In celebrating Indepea- cratic ticket, national, state and

S.- pre breath of the babe is I dence Day have been reported dur-l county who are by the laws Bears the Signature of
'inotencetn1bea1th.T health. of the state lawful electors of
e. : save your
lag the 24 hour.. HooseveUHospital
.> jeurniuK for chiMren is UI. ast. I the election district in whlethey

,. .-fro.ij a lo\c of the beautiful and officials announced however.1| offer to '"ate. who have paid their poll! :
i t"1t'rvoman to bring the that 14J accidjrjtal cases had been 1 taxes legally due not less than ten

..' tx-'t influence to bear on treate there alone. THE PRIMARY days before such primary election is .d'

of her mattrnity.jmin I Stray bullets fired by reckless celebrators held, and who shall, when challenged!

ami make easy that i I, Injured three persons so seriously by any elector, pledge in writing, upon "' !

- i life is born again i I that it is feared all may die from ELECTION CALL oath before an inspector, his honor to In Use For Over 30 Years. 1.1 1e

Mother's Friend their Injuries. abide by and support the result of such ttN.uN <::0._.... 7. .UflNV STREEt, NEW VO.... CIV,. ___ .. t
primary, and vote for the nominees ..
I Four young men were terribly In- --- -
-cil. It is j a liniment easily I. -- I therefor. =- I
,1 ant for external use only. i I Jured three possibly fatally, by tne j The inspectors to conduct this election !

':irn s>li
'" !ya frii-ml to her during big bomb with which they were going ] party will be held In Escambia county at a meeting to be held at the -- Awarded at Parts
,;"ff" -j-cnsean. artidpation.rt"thrr' to wind up their celebration. j! office of Judge T. R. McCullagh, at i
15th of A. D. H. Tuttle
.' Friend, if used throughottftt.n Florida, on the day July, Dr. G. 1
: Charles Kenny injured about the 7:30 p. m.. June 24. 1902. This committee -
the breasts, therelyVe j 1902 for the purpose of nominating
will meet at Judge McCul-
I thigh and legs. recover. i Dr. J. G. Heard
>l an 1 sore ni1'lls.:1 I candidates for the following offices: lagh's office at 8 o'clock, Saturday j I
.. with the burden wLI Those believed to have been fatally PNAtAROCHEWINE
:itf 'I One United States Senator. night, July 19, 1902, for the purpose of '
and elastic from iu injured : DENTISTS. { I
'j'l'le : are One Representative in Congress, 3rd I canvassing the vote and announcing
., I
: ition. f I William Hartig. William Wainscott
the result of said election and the In-
District. I Ii.
and 1), Masonic Triiiplr.
IliMinis 7 t
a : ,the abdominal region wit! 1 and Edward Ryan. I One Justice of the Supreme Court. I spectors will have then and there the I II CORDIAL i
,.''oif to the Hot'tjJandin her' Friend cover I A man who is alleged to have given i iI One Secretary of State. returns of said election; if they ha\"ei Hiihtst rccommenditlons Tor cure of Poorness j jot Mechanical All branches Denlislry rf Surgical.perforinedwttt Operative technical and. !f 1
I not been forwarded to the blood. Stomich troubles lid General Deti 1
'. .! the bomb to the boys was arrested. I One Comptroller. tkill.
HI ly during pregnancy.'ln.jvjists I I'T Increases the ippettte, strengthen
chairman of this committee.
> fi | :
I C. B. PARKH1LL, Teethtold and I'orcelain Killing, frown !
1 One State Senator, :2nd District.
k en "notherhooJ. age is known as a "coston signal an? ror Itrount Work. ': i
Two Members of the House of Rep DAN MURPHY. Chairman. Bridge I
M sii' !ELO REGULATOR CO., ATLANIA. CA. contained more than three pounds of I resentatives. I Secretary. PARIS I'.ett Material; Competent Equipment.Telephone :,
I K. fouiiera A powder. It is used
j on ocean steamers -
'I One Tax Assessor. Agrol., \. No. I'M. ; I
and is considered dangerous whon One Tax Collector. I I -_ 1 ,

'. i.nnrr Tranml...lon. cot properly manipulated. I One County Treasurer. I INSPECTORS AND CLERKS.The .

.1 l"iind that stiiMition Is Five County Commissioners.Three .

,1.1' in-taiit.iiH-ous, but that I i Casaulties Marred Chicago's Fourth. I Members of the County Board i i following named persons have I i

',. It travt-ls of Public Instruction. : been appointed by the Democratic ANTAL-MID WING HOP life
u! nine flai>s('s ns Chicago. July 5 Three pel sons were I j & ij.I
Peace for District I INo. Committee of Escambla
: \"'t. llnTffore, if a ptr.nrr kilU-d and more than 1M injured ;I'. One Justice of the | Executive
One. to conduct the primary election ;
'. to a hf-atcd ir"l1lr the celebration of this year's Fourth : i(county These tiny Capsules s.resuperiorlto
One Constable for Districts Xos. 1, I of July 13, 1902: in their respec- I Balsam of Copaiba,
.I i .aiMIr tlwre Is a et-r- !
a (
of July in Chicago. Of these. all ihe I and ealerg. In
i luifortrrB -
tive under the rules of the
1 "'i i uiut'ixalily small spacet 3. 4, 5, 6. I precincts '.:bel* tnd Injections. 'DY
:, killed received fatal wounds from fir.'. ''One Chairman of the County Exeentire State and County Democratic Executive -
V uw.tli! '' aim, while 22 others were injured t>y Committee. |i Committees and the instructionsthat I
i 'if.ire the brain kiiou ofN.iv. i guns and stray bullets. One Secretary of the County Executive -I will be furnished them: 34X'C J.Seac1 1tiIL'i' any ino.em.( -

: supie a mail with I Committee. Precinct Xo. 1.-G. C. Clifford, Jno. .V'isCf, 111I o 'lV &i f DRUGGIST Fancy Goods, ;

.: fiiiiuub; to rvath the sun. + Poisoning the System.It j One member of the county executive M. Rich Sr., inspectors; R. L. Roberts FINE CHINA TEAS, rate of tl'" :ltur Committee in and for Precincts Nos. clerk.Precinct.
.M, that luau wouM have to is; through the bowels; that the lone, to twenty. inclusive. No. :2!.Frank Marx Ash 31! South Palafox SI

'.in Iu'i.\car after tou'liinIUIillar j body is cleansed of impurities. Constipation The State Executive Committee has Cravey inspectors John Davenport _gcJ' Every Woman Laundry Office. Pensacola, Fla.
keeps these poisons in the -
U-fure he would ; prescribed the rules and regulationsof clerk. '. '- \' la Interfiled and ilionM know ---- -
his finders had bttnIV |system, causing headache, dullness the primary for state officers including Precinct Xo. 3.-C. H. BoyettV.. J. &'''\. '; about the wonderful NOTICE
{ and melancholia at first then unsightly the State Senator and members "Wilkins inspectors C. H. Kupfrian, '-1 MREL Whirling Spray
.. I have been authorized to take
I .
eruptions and finally serious TL new M i'v"-
the House Representati"es"and clerk.
------- utul
lion tur'uiH. Hc t--at. for \Vm. Jennings
'"........ II flrnrlr. illness unless a remedy Is applied.DeVitt's I the County Executive Committee, I Precinct Xo. 4.-S. P. Hendrix, Mark : '= It Mont UfUtt.Cunvrnirnl I.MMIIolhrr ,, subscriptions Bryan's paper "The Commoner.The .
Little Early Risers prevent at a meeting held in the office of Hurd, Jr. inspectors John Langren /
wasill.-d to addressi ; .
on in ad-
I" I ,.. ..., .. price is $1.00 per year
this trouble by stimulating the liver 2Cth '00' ",1.( .It. "A
> him! III a I" 'iitiI'anhL County Judge McCullagh on the clerk. It I,.rAnnhluPll,lheII vance. These desiring the paper ,
and promote easy healthy action of day of May, 1902 provided rules and Precinct Xo. 5.-_\. J. BusbeeV., B. un .:L. ., ..."I Do
"., familiar theme of the the Lo\\'(ls. These little pills do not ,t'ui wnd rtanip for flliKiralr.1 : can have it sent to them by seeding
regulations as follows, in accordancewith Weaver inspectors; H. F. Frater Iwk-triM.It HVM U.OOto the undersigned. -
1 mlld..1! Klijah: on act violently, but by strengtheningthe the platform and regulations of clerk. full ann'aian anU'iliri-rtiLin in. /
I I ,auta.tuLaiWS. !II 'K' II,(0.. H.M. ROCHE,
!R. ": .1 I\ -hotie'rs bowels enable them to perform
the StateExecutive_ Committee for the Precinct Xo. C.-T. J. DavIdson.C. H, Care Daily News. .
: ,,r ..'!.1.rt1tIt. and how their own work. Never gripe or distress -I nomination of candidates for Tax Assessor Hobbs inspectors; ll.)1. Bonifay Room Me Times Bldg., iSew York.

; -h..1tlt'li the two the Jlar is' Pharmacy, John Sheppard Tax Collector, County Treasurer clerk. -

1 >.,( tI... w.Miil and ate and Sidney Kahn. County Commissioners School Precinct Xo. 7.-John Hammock J
1 ,'la.t.,1 now, chil- LJoard. and Members of the Executive W. Norris, inspectors Ed. Campbell,

K-ikfr. i'!i'lg\ t'l Ghastly Fnd on Creek Bank. ; Committee: 'Ipt'k. .
t.. I, I-rfld 111..1 any The names of the candidates for Precinct Xo. S.-Goo. Gibson Bud o-O1-o
rK-ly. July 5.-The head cia I
t.y i. t. "w !tit doi-s this ttoryir these different county offices and memo Prcctor, inspectors; Taylor Crabtree
man. features wdl pieserved, was ; bers of the Executive Committtee must clerk. PensacolaF1or1c1a

I..'. ," <-:1 mc from a little jrirl found! on the bank of "a cretk that I be printed upon the official ballot to be Precinct Xo. 9.-P. R. McXeill, A. J .

-I, II', !n front, "it shows Low fiows. through paik. The hoali used in said primary election July 13: I Cowart inspectorsV.. T. Dick, clerk.
.!'i !i tuokbe t'carscan !iul.JIIlltlrhl' :-* i was that of a middle! aged man and i U
Lad. according! !; to medical experis, on said ballots and no voter will be dings inspectors; B. H. Bryars, cleik '

bun pres-esered by fluid. It is !>.>- i allowed to vote for or write the natm Precinct Xo. 11.- H. B. Lee, L Beautiful Lots for Sale.
I f-II.\\ di iol l
you come out i i.j unless the name of the candidate be clerk.
.j ..1.1 l tMitrux's f-tate? I II : tome medical institution for mE'd l'ailltUrp".s. printed on said ballot. I Precinct Xo. 12.-J. L. Scholls, J. G 40x137% feet at from $75 to $200 each, accord "

I :. r -It was a hard stru;. Each person desiring to have his : Oliver inspectors; E. D. Begps: clerk ing to location and surroundings. ;
name printed on the primary election Precinct Xo. 13.-J. G. White, Sr.. I
I I i
Fire Oklahoma Town. for the above J. Emmett -- t
Scourging ballot as a candidate A. A. Fisher inspectors;
ill I !.ird work to ktfp the j: Aara
-' "!h:: part of the estate." I i 1'01'1,1 here from Ooetso a town of ,, shall file with the chairman of this I Precinct Xo. 14.-Jos. I. Johnson High, Dry Fertile Lands. !

,. 1""aaL I about l.hO! inhabitants. 40 I miles vet county executive committee on or be- I Dave Kl1glt>man, inspectors; R. C.
fore the noon hour, 12 m., on the 24th I Caldwell, clerk.
I I of here that a disastrous fire is ;npn The grandest opportunity for investment ever
day of June A. D. 1902 his notice of i Precinct Xo. 13.: -M. P. Palmes,. I
iitlft thins to getting up rcss there. Thirty buildings have :: candidacy and application in writingto Mansfield Moreno inspectors; F. M offered in Pensacola.
> to Iwp from getting already burned to the ground and the have bis name so printed upon a Whiting, cleik.Precinct \ '

i I fire is still burning. blank to be furnished by said chair- I Xo. 16.-J. G. Howard, C. Home Seekers Should See These Lots.

-. -- I man, accompanied with a sum of Flowers, inspectors; J. W. King, -- ---
I money, assessed by the committee as clerk. '
vacation Days. i i "I am using a box of Chamberlain's follows: I Prf'cinet0.. 17.-K. A. Kuhen, J. A. VTcTu'bTbs

'i.' is here and the chi!- Stomach and Liver Tablets and find Each Candidate for Tax Collector Hendrix, inspectors; J. L. Hoyt, clerk. .

livine out of doors. them the best thing for my stomach. . . . . . .$IlO.OOEach Precinct Xo. 18.-John Gibson, H. T.
no heaUliit-r i-hu-e! fur I ever used," says T. W. Robinson, Candidate for Tax Assessor i Enterkin inspectors; J. M. Harrison, Corner Garden and Alcaniz Streets.

.! .nly to cuard against I I Justice I of the Peace Loomis, Mich. . . .... .... 73.00 'ckrk. :
:1 Thesg tablets not only correct dis- Each Candidate for CountyTreasurer I Precinct Xo. 19.-\%'. H. Trimmer, S.
\ !I' i'lntal to mo-t OIK-U-I orders' of the stomach. but regulate . . . . 73.00 I Terry Jr., inspectors; F. M. Wood F.C. BRENT, WM I! KNOWLKH. W. K. HYKR. JK., J. H. KKE8Z.
i< m Hly wjuahs IfeWitt'ss.iU II Pre ldl'Dt. Vice-President. Cashier. Alit Cftibltr,
: '.. for 1'iitkly stopniMxinc the- liver and bowels. They are easyto Each Candidate for County commissioner I clerk.

of seri- take and pleasant in effect. Price . . . . 10.00 ; Prf'rimt0.. 20. TV.. lcCurdy.I .
'.. -. For Janst-r nits, scalds :25 cents per box. For sale by all ,, Each Candidate for School I Daniel Bowman inspectors; F. M

i u".1 I"e?\ 'Witch druggists and medicine dealers. Board . . . . . 10.00 Mayo, cleik. First National Bank'
'T IItlft. cuts ainli I Each Candidate Justice of Peace 5.00 J C. B. PARKHILL,
Constable. 5.00 MURPHY Chairman.
Each Candidate for .
i I. It John-Jon, Swift, I I
Medical Attention.
!h. .-t rt-medv on the Candidate for members of the Executive -I I Secretary. 23jtf

'11' for piles and There will be a regular meeting of Committee are not required to I OF PENSACOLA. FLA.IIcrI.ta .

|H. war,- of loiinteriina .be Pensacola Medical Bociety at pay any assessment.As : POLLING BOOTHS
I'FAVORS. < y, John ::lup- he Board of Health office it soon after June 24 as possible a I FOR THE PRIMARY., : .j

K.ihn. )'clock p.m Tuesday July S and 22. list of all candidates for above-named I WM. H, KNOWLEB. W. A. BLOUNT, F. C. BRENT ft. K. flYER, Jfc .
I Visiting physicians are cordially positions will be printed in the news Following are the polling booth de-
D, 0.
I nvited to attend. papers; and the chairman of the committee signaled for the primary of July 13: : .,
MttRS FATPICKINGS DR.W. C. DEWBEKY, will give a receipt for each 1 School house.
; Precinct -Xix.

FROM LOBBY ., OK.n25Uf L. DEM.: RI.OCKEK Secretary., President. after notice claims the of that 24th candidacy his day name of received June has any been and person left il i Park.Precinct PreMnct 3-2-Kupfrian.Windsor, School Kupfrian House Mn! u. mIlU b AaA 1 B U A ad' 1Lgl'We 1

oft of the list of candidates published,, :I! Precinct 4-Ferry Pass, Roberts
his claim will be rejected unless beholds I i ij
Nc 172: To be entitled Old draw oar own Bills of Exchange on Great Britain Ireland
a receipt for same trom the Precinct 3-R<'aulah, School house:
Jffire lobbying and to The Beer chairman. I Precinct Powelton, Cantonmpnt. Germany, France Austria, Italy, Holland, Hpaln, Belgium, Russia, Rei

treasure of punishment If a larger number of candidates I Precinct 7-Pine Barren Beef Mar j way B1I'e1en, Denmark and other European countries.
shall be announced than were contem : 1 ,
:Aviated cf the same. Made ket. !
That '
plated when the above assessment was I Precinct S.-Crattree, Jennings' crVei8els: Disbursed upon tho Moat Favorable Terms, and thsli
.; .istage the vote was: made the committee ('an. if they see store, railroad. Obligations Taken Payable! at Port of eetiraUon Ten or Fifteen Dayi 'i

Borden Bryant Coulter fit to do so, cut down the said assess Precinct 9.-Bluff Springs the usual after Vessel Arrires there, ,

K ""Ie. Pirrong Rogers, ANNB I tR r r&a& U ment. The voters of the entire county place. I, 1
Boxes for
"Safety Deposit Rent in Connection {
Wolfe and Yancy-13.s. will vote on the above-named coun Precinct 10-Wardt Holland, Ward] ,
officers, including the chairman and blacksmith shop. with which we have a Priwa Aoartment for the Un
Bristol Brett Cal-! +
secretary of the executive committee, Precinct 11-Walnut Hill, school of Rent*r'. '
Johnson, Kirk, MYERS, -ISVICTORIA- except the justice of the peace and house.

'. Smith of 31st, Summers constables and the candidates for a Precinct 12:!-City, Intendencia and

"-11. (Senate Journal.) county office who shall receive a ina Alcanlz.I .
jority of all the votes cat: for that. I Precinct 13-City. Garden and Pala I WE WILL. FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE!
shall be declared the nomineeof
: MADE BY ACME BRKWIXO CO. office : rox.I .
\ as Keeps It Handy. the democratic party for that office I Precinct 14-Pat Mcllugh's store Ro _ _ _ _ Write t..tay'nr oar h Mttinif
j KKSC 10-CKNT BOTTLE KKKK In the event a candidate does not receive mana and Palafox.Prerln.t IilBMnhtnl Imimitul rftlAiofctirwnlmwlul >tr- HEAD THE 1.i.'TTUI8
-2ft.R time | fnim tr pttnHitii .04
long .
a I IN TOWN.'DANNHEISBER. a majority of the votes cast, another niiuH.i we teve for tcruutarfntit. *n tnccd thttr ,.m
1lalone"s: : store Inten .
etrural _ W"IfI. tOeAeL. _!.DI' .". ttiioaghly _
painami! : primary election will be held on dencia and DeVilliers. pur'luafr of a !.ot cf twi> rtJAkle htB ....
primarily: to indiges- BROS the 12th day of August. 1&o2. to choose' : Precinct 16-Pineville, the usua'place. ] _ I (r 1"11.: .uf *of mt I'n'uatt of lb.L tlimror ..IM! '\
\V pal'lina Verona. between the two candidates receivingthe It In.r.,. Ijtn ;.!. IIf. ,
| A( ENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED I ."*.'.i.r..iilw,.r... r .n$, iU I 7.
i v ajw I eot her to try highest vote in the July primary Precinct 17-Brent's, Spoon's blacksmith I'lalei and ntfr l autifui vtMrnit. ToUieairnimtMiruomfftLoirtof

1.. tier at onct1 and I I. f Harper tiieT.M The voters of the county at large shop. we .cvePle\ .* 1,1.... NM-ivjt Soap a J
if \vnty-su.. eats shall vote for the chairman and sec I I Precinct 1 McDavid, the usual I =-'- "g..ltr.e.-4.folI.tzeIorL't --hIS a l...1I111UI."I.] .......InniTf u l i
.v t? 'f'. inaikinc that aiu Houe 401 S. Palafox street. retary of the executive committee and 'place. .I.TOI, VTI (. \\..kill ICIY'('(jO I...:.yI.I: 'krn.- I
I am v.evmueh p..4 wif" 4c.nt l'i IRK p'.,-,, ('ha ir.. ttr.lf T.t.,,?., ,
i ff.vts. as she has : R. n. Exchanze-Opp. Union Depot I Precinct l1ro1no.! Ward's store. *' "' .'.Ilobe. 'riet_" |..>... CILUII '%.aa.hrt K..vei .-dturkv
\ I handy." Do not i I P. O. Box 2S1. Pensacola. Fla. I Precinct :!Flomaton. Century. I .tJ M." ri fix,.!,: fiHGOO& BtSAWN Viui-alliutninicnull<.nll..1T Ntirit<'Mvi "wi.''...
',i< "ymptomGo, ; Phone* 116-268. Bronchitis For Twenty Years. I rf....ivH. to- ..nilncra ar. .: f-rr*>irt al jw a s..t7 lral )mr !.
I won r>lra4 *'tit tc'>r tamp Wt o*.e ml seen K m. WctnMTuO' >'"' irrirHL l
your ShClla'h is Mrs. Minerva Smith. of Danville ;, Cut this out and take it to any I .nek Dir.: rrf.tmxlon.. V, wndai Xher,)-itrrlo W B allftv yi-a 15 day' tm... ,i. wI. !iIr ,
''. .:111! haood.. Kodol I ftniees. di-tributees and I frv "'.)" 1 am mort IliaD PIM..<1 vt All creditor demandsBKamsttbeetaieof III.. writes: "I had bronchitis for drug store or medicine dealer and get. ttinJoun. Mn.AO.NEalUICIil.VO9. .y bcfuc l"ymg .... 1>..1....,.
claims or
I' :I" .-nethens all having I v
1 Mr II\I"(!. it : rrqalrt-d to present Fred them I' the deceaeUare underJ10oB twenty I "used years Foley's and never Honey got and relief Tar Until ,, a Liver*jo\ Tablets.of Chamberlain's The best physic.Stomach They an !I I SALVONA SOAP CO., Cor. 12th S PinE St!., ST. LOUIS, MO.

'Uieis' I'harSy ign.. wltblnt'oYl'ar,.I.-\X t.. HEtR.t which is a sure cure." Sold by W. A. I also correct disorders of the stomach.:j.1

Inty I \rw Administrator. I D'Alemberte. 121 South Palafox street. Price 25 cents. -



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t; Hot Weather t

AT MILTON : .Specials. '' i'DON'TSAY

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Milton, Fla., July ,.One wbo I the Pensacola! Concert Band with I : -A.T'I. j I SAYMUCH

walked to the oataklrU of the city I the guests; in carriages, the return: '

U.t beheld in the wood, that 1 parade was the largest; seen here in :( THE BIG STORE !

surround It a sight both pleasing and I many a month. The Democratic i 'f

inspiring. Today baring been set League and the Santa Rosa Club escorted ; : o.

for the Lamar rally, tbe geaeur the general to the courthouse.; : Linen Suiting. i :;i
_i apart r Just Let YouRead the Prices, we Know the Result:

frl"nd. throughout the county Every seat in the house was occu- For MEN'S SUITS...... ...... ...' J O ,

began to arrive iat night from disUace pied many being obliged to stand in For For LADIES'BOYS' SUITS SUITS............ ... tr-I J/:. TH W A.1P UUU Vaud '(I :' J:.-\DIE 3-Bar Beaded SANDAL French Heel....... ..... $2.00

of 20 and 3"")mlle4. Aboutsan- the aisles. The seats; at the sides, :' ". I I J:LADIES' 4 Strap, All Over Pat.Leather SANDAL......... .. $2.00
White Madras ; ,
down wagon load after wagon load were reserved for the ladies and ;I f I

of farmer with their families appeared with their gay costumes! and: pretty COLORED MADRASl l: i fw ; I:ADIEs" Seamless! All Over Patent Leather SANDAL... .. $ 1.50

For GENTS' SHIRTS.... ..... 1 tflM 1 i
the great white topped faces they made a happy back For BOYS': WAISTS. .... .... .... 112 _U\ yar 'I 1.ADIE3' Patent Leather Vamp. SANDAL, Buckle aai Bow $ 1.00
wagon; attaining and daggering ground.:

through the heavy toads, and tbe Mr. A. O. Campbell, chairmanof White Goods. ;, ; j 0 ]r ADIES' One-Strap SANDAL Buckle and Bow...... ...... .. 70C

owner. electing favorable !spots the Santa Rosa Lamar Club ; LACE ..... ...... ...... M l f ... ] ( t
BTR..PE8. ].ADIES' Patent Tip OXFORDS ..... ...... .... ...... ...... 65C.ADIE.i'
MERCERIZED STRIPES.... ... A\ 1ftHP TOfl : :
tethered horse and oxen and prepatattona fully and in a few well chosen words 12 lU
were made to camp overt introduced General W. B. Lamar as; : ; ]. BardoirSLIPPERRed and ...... 50c

nlyht.. In order t-> be on hind fresh 25 Dozen Boy Waists; Good Percale, Fast; Colors..... ...23c each r i I

and early this morning to add their candidate! from for tne House Third of Congressional Representatives ; 25 Roll New China Mattings, Heavy Goods; .. ...25 to 35c yard laid ; .' :: :LADIE Serge House; SLIPPERS. 25!>C

enthusiastic aM ra- t! : ; -- - to the district.The Also Plain White China Matting. .

bU/ in General Limar' honur.With general faced an audience: i Three Pieces Velvet Carpet-will Close Out at...... .... ...65c yard : ,: i
shade of MEYER SHOE CO.
deepening: :
picturesque and appreciative: of Plain Shades...... ....25e each. Dodo Shadel..3jc each. ; : ,
evening camp-fire glimmered here I II
professional meu, merchants farmers : \ 0
I Oak or Cherry Poles_ ......loc each.
L and there among the tree, and the and working men, whose; rapt Feet FurnMifr, for Ca-h Onl!.
i&ovlnmn; : in tie smoky haze and ; Odd Pair of Lace Curtains! Cheap. ;; :
attention bespoke the unusual
eager "
fuUtic shadows of the firelight + ) 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.MONDAY'&SPEOJALS.
intelligence. He confined his speechto I'
hd of encamped ;
the an --
army -- -- -- -
appearance 1I
showing the absurdity of ;sending I
for the night, which in I YOURS TO PLEASE, ;
railroad the
a attorney represent;
truth it with the laudable ,,
wi an
army WWNNm'N"'i '
great mass of the people in the state ;

purpose of saving the ute from eliminating in a liberal spirit all objectionable -

rer-reientation by corporate greed personalities. As he apt ; JHilliam Ioljn0on & ion.gret !

not armed with the booming of artillery i .
ly said: "a man trained to view public ( .
and clashing: musketry, but '--- ----- ---- --- ---------- -
questions from a corporative
--------- ---
-- --- -
with though equally I
a peaceful
standpoint will always vote for the o-AT-
tttt-ctivt the ballot. I
weapon benefit of tbe corporations." his; auditors! heard him refer to ONE OF MYERS'VOTES I
With the early of the morn-
rays He spoke of the issues; involved in shortening his speech on account of L. FRIEDMAN & CO'S
iogV *un other countrymen began to AGAINST WORKINCMEN
his canvass; in a simple manner the late hour. All the speecheswere ;
arrive and to 11 o'clock the hour
up manly and clear, with fresh! ideas; often and liberally applauded.At House Bill No. 225. A bill to be en-
t for the the fRACKET STORE. I
appointed speaking!
and original, treatment, very con the close of Mr. Wanes speech, ti tied "An Act requiring employersto

roadways were filled with wagons give cause of discharge in writingto
vincing of his earnestness and sincerity the chairman announced that as it
and th. ttreeu with agents or employes when dischargedif
a uoi-ty, garish
t exultant crowd of elated humanity with no attempt to varnish was 2 o'clock everybody was hun requested to do so." Mr. Myers 1 lot Shirting Calicoes, worth 5c yard,

statements with deceptive oratory gry and for just this emergency free voted against this bill and it was our price Monday yards for 35c.
with pral e of the general on every '
or gestures; relying entirely on the lunch had been prepared and would I killed in the senate.

Up The eight; of the numerous I intelligence of the voter and the now be served in the Ollineer building (Senate Journal 1331:) page 1369.) 1 lot Ginghams, worth 8c yard else-

<"antry vehicle, pretty girls and justice of his! cause He showed at the river bank. With the ex- where, our price Monday 5c yard.

sturdy youth) ,, stirred thy blood of
conclusively the absurdity of the cellent speeches as appetizers it is
1//... f'ld-tiiKt-r with recollections of EXECUTIVE 1 lot Lawns in figures and stripes 27
various charges hatched up by the no wonder that short and quick work
past fathering when our county I inches wide, to go at 5c yard.
opposition against; his official con was made of the bountiful supply of
toed, in commercial prosperity and :: COMMUTE MEETINGAt
h duct. i! edible, under which the tables 1 lot Summer Short Waist Girdles to
social enjoyment, in the front rank ;
His speech resulted as was anticipated I groaned. Delicious ham beef kid go at 25c each.
\\'f; t FIl+rl :i A.T .
in further gains for a and mutton sandwiches chicken
of the
the of a majority!
The men who travelled miles and request : 1 lot Corsets in White, Pink and Blue,
cause that is daily growing in pork and pickels were served in gen- members of the Democratic Executive

raiU today to hear and! encourage strength and dignity. : erous profusion. committee, and in the absenceof I : to go at 25c each.

Utneral Lamar are the lion and
the chairman from the county a
General Lamar's record, since heI Everybody concurred in the remark i J
*lowGfthe county. i->l II.r. intelligent I meeting of said committee is hereby See Sbow Window.
has been in public service, has: :: made by one of the many ladles I
and truly patriotic suns of In- i called to meet at the cffice of Hon.T. .
been one that stands the test of present: "I wish we could R. McCullagb in the court house'
du.try, not mere idlers! hut men who I
supreme statesmanship. The gen- have another Lamar rally tomor- annex at 8 o'clock p. m., Saturday, YOURS ANXIOUS TO PLEASE
uwbitig farms and property have; .
eral, like Jefferson, I is; of aristocratic row." July 12. Business; ; of importance will 0
b -t>pc>keu allctrUnce to the general, be transacted. I
birth, but with principles intensely The large and representative attendance j'I L. FRIEDMAN & GO'SIWMMMWMMWM
not from local political conditions, I DAN: MURPHY
democratic. With his superior talent exceeded the fondest hopesof
for tie and Sec. Co.Ex. Com.
but building uplifting of
I sagacious watchfulness of every the Santa Rosa Club, and the La-
I the county. * i opportunity to benefit the state mantes throughout the county are For Over Sury learn
corporation that it in the fu.
may and public and withal regardful of jubilant! MRS. WIVSLOW'S HOOTHI SYRUP bat
tur. In utiui cf exceed been need for over list Yl'ar1 by raillionsolmoiberi
( proapority his sincere tor their children while teettnag!
'I his! political honor most; I
Woman's Life. It soothes tbe child I
Saves a with perfect soccei. .
it* past hl+tury. A corporate candidate opponent can find nothing to berate lofreni tbe gumlallaysallpamcureswind Thoa. C. Watson & Co., "- (
of-r* no hope to an already I : To have given up would have meant,', colic,and Is tbe best remedy for l'larrboea the leading Real Estate; Agents; ,take ti( iv1vdurr T
I and criticise in 1m conduct of office death for Mrs. Lois Cragg of Dorchester. It will relieve. the poor little sufferer immedately. all the off the shoulders of the
Hold by Druggist in every Dan worry
overburdened county.At I but to offset the ;general's impregnability Mass.! For years she bad of the world. Twenty-five cent a bottle owners of property manage; the
10 o'clock a delegation of our endured untold misery from a severe Be sure you ask for'-M r9.WlnllQw'8:1ooth.: renting of their houses: and the collection '
they endeavor: to besmirch lime trouble and obstinate cough. Ing Syrup: ,"and take no otber kind. of their rents as COD cien- N
m .t prouiiunu merchants cud I "I could scarcely --- mrnUUUUHT I
> pro- him by slinging mud at his Often.. the writes i iI tiously as they would themselves.

fe.-i supporter, as mud seems to be speak. All doctors and remedies failed
of the la,Ultrt Ko-ta Lamar club, till I used Dr. King's New Discoveryfor
I their principal bulwark: of defense.
met mud marched to the ntitiou" with I Consumption and was completely Hotel Camden ;
I They throw the mud: not in a courageous ('lIrer!." Sufferers from coughs colds, ASK YOUR GROCER FOR
tho 1I'J..ct l IIf eicortiug the Democratic throat and lung trouble need this I I
I spirit, but In a spirit of ,
I.*- .ru" and other l'eliidC'laliken grand remedy for it never disappoints. ( .AMICN, ALAIIA3IA. I
malicious and sneaking :auger. A Cure is guaranteed by W. A. "

h of ttie generals whocame up paraphrase of Lamb's famous joke DAIembtrte) druggist; Price hoc Is Now Open to the Public, (:

on a r;,ecial car for the purpose of o and $1.00. Trial bottles trte. ?
card table fits then WEll-
at a under the management of .
att"IIJII.c the meeting. H 1JNd by
"Myers, if mud was; trumr, what a DAILY MENUS
- -
hand you'd have!" ;! MRS. S. MIMS
I'IIr'Eti: : IiAiti. Comprise all the L'p-to-
The general can fight; and fight i, SICARI'S BATH ,
... .... Florida. 1! Date Dishes tt Markets
Oil of Pensacola
.IT. + \\t-iuln nn Alp
courageously, but he knows bow to I of the WorldAfford.

Injurious When | r t-tlcin,,inineut of m cotl"n .realize.. di.j! the the fight; honorably :and tell the truth as; Frank yigari I will i issue loo family RATES REASONABLE, .

chang in health! tint Poitum can well and a leader with thee qualities season tickets for baths at his splen-
for family of one By the Day, Week or Month. |I II
brln(. tin-yarns:!Ild tiI.'uithrirtea. 0 will always win. did bath house, a
simony fur tut- benefit of other I to three at $1.50 for the season and Table Furnished with the Best: the Ladies' Private
Mr. C. C Wright Nup''rinteudent I Geo. T. Morgan; ; was next Introduced I for a family of from three up for two I| Market Affords. i I1IC
chooN in Noith Carolina !
public the chairman. Mr. Morgan -, tickets! will 1
dollars. These season Parlor. JJf
day.-"My; tIl th..r.lIlI1c" bur early Puhlic Patronage Solicited. : Dining
childhood, wa. an luvoterite collee I made a strong, convincing : entitle the family to bathe whenever ASaPtt AND ElnC11111 PAIPAUTIOlITllAt .-
drinker itiul had boon troubled with I they wish throughout the eeasoo.2mm! CAN BE USED WITHOUT COOKINGAND I I Free Sample Rooms.; -
hrr heart for a number of and I speech, showing; up various weak Lets iCWH.WTfStHOOTKW6fUWTt -.:
: .
M .cs TIt(UBSICIO tfCAfUllCf Of IW
complained of that 'weak all) over' I points in Myers' record as state
feeling and ick stomach. !' Ue' NAVAL 8TOUE9 MAtlKKI.Dally I I Men.
ator, dwelling particularly
I 1 ..:
Home time ago, Wtlll making an -
ofilcul visit to a distant put of the :j failure of Myers to vote for free textbooks Reported for The Newt Dj III(

country and took dinner with one Qf1I"'rrhnl" !' for schools throughout the Union Naval Store Co. NEW e 11sThe ; I GRAND EXCURSION.To Short Orders PromptlyFilled. ..:.
of the pl. c''. I noticed! a I <<
'I NiKh' or Day. ..
ouwhat peculiar tUvorof thecoffrf. state and to vote for the bill prohibiting ROIIB. ... '

'. and n-ked him concerning it.He I the chaining together of white :: WW _... .... !.! IW H ___. _____ll'nWO. -- .-
replied that it was IWum Food __ _. __ 1iio' OS _. .,__ 1om fi .
..... ..._.31.s r .... _.._ __ 1 33 If U'lHomethtngGood to Eat ..
OlTrf. Iwaie plearedwith it, that and negro convicts. His speech was M_...-._. ..._......._ 516 E.K .. ..m __ 1 25 Starchon rOil with,you'll End it at <<
after the meal was over, I bought a best and most effective .. .._.._...... :S 63 n ..______ 1i Best Laundry
pdckagetocarry! home with me, and one of the t..._- _.- 2 05: C 4 below.... 1 23 the Market. Nick Apostles :;
lad wife prepare Home for the next ever heard here.T. I i. 8PIaITa T17araIiTIlla-t5.

meal; the whole family were so welll1..t'd of the BOILING NECESSARY.The Mobile and New Orleans Monday
E. Welles; president 1 """""" NO Popular Restaurant
( with it. that we discontinued KaUami from the ort.emTOOl! July Uth, leaving Union Depot
coflee and u"ed I'oatMm entirely. Democratic League of Pensacola ere tfl I'f cj-Balaam.Ua certain cure toe coagb ( Monday morning at 11:30 o'clock

I had really been\ at times very From the only Starch Manufactured sharp. Fare for round trip: To
the next speaker.
was Mt
anxious concerning my mother's KNICHTS OF PYTHIAS. in the South, Mobile $1.50; to New Orleans $4.00. 111 U am I ll
but noticed that after
condition we very beginning Mr. Welles was In From Cantonment and Century sameas
U.|DR Poet urn for a short time.iShe touch with the audience. His great Pensacola Lodge :No. 3. K. of P.- Help Build up a Pensacola. A special rate will be
felt.o much better than she did priorto 1 Regular meeting Monday night made from Milton to Pensacola to I will repair watches act
its Use,and had little trouble with I personality! glowed all through his July 7, at 8 o'clock. Members are connect with this excursion. Re- in first-da your style. J< I
hit heart and no sick stomach ; that remarks completely magnetisinghis specially requested to be present. SOUTHERN INDUSTRY.Lay turning leave New Orleans Wednes jewelry Stephens.
the headaches were not so frequent, o Theofticers for the current semi day morning at 11:30 o'clock and
and her general condition much im hearers. He is not only great annual term will be installed by Mobile Wednesday afternoon at 4
proved. This continued until she Grand Chancellor W. A. Allen. o'clock. Coffee and refreshments by buying
heart and ,
but in
was at well and hearty m the rest of physically o Members of sister lodges and visit; will be served on train returning Save 'loney furniture

great in his conceptions of business! lug brothers cordially invited. Purchase tickets ticket office. your
us.I know Fostum has benefited my. and the quiet yet intense I MONROE CAMPBELL,C.C. the dust. You can buy o For further, information apply to at Marston $ Quina'sGreat
of the problems
elf and the other members
BfM : or Empo
hose at the Willis Furniture
I family,but not in so marked a degree attention given to his speech was P.THOMAS,

al in the case of my mother, as sbe the NEWS Want Column. Hardware Co. P Excursion Managers. rium.
. )l was a victim of long standing" I flittering.. It was with evident re- Try


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