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 8, 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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treat Johnstown Deluge Is Almost } v I It I i Merchants Report the Situation as :

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Special to The Daily News: :
Equalled. I i Very: Serious i
Atlanta, 'Ga, July ':.-A man supposed ; ?

to be J. C. Bennett, from papers I I __ \1,
found in his pockets, was found dealat i i i .

: Bethesda spring at Grant park this |Special to The Daily News: :1

\ J.ily 7,-.\ message morning about 10 o'clock. The man \1 t I DEMOCRATIC(} DIVISION

.*-.t evening from Bel- SOUTHERN .1 was first seen by Will Gatins, an em Chicago, July 8.-Owing to the

I' ';.ugrville. on the Ro i ploye of the city water office, who I strike of 9,000 freight handlers at
i. :li uf the Pennsylvania went to the spring for a drink of water .

MIC flood there equaled PROGRESSSpecial He thought the man was having a [ every freight house in the city yesterday -
i -- Im
.a the yt-ar of the John hemorrhage, and went for an officer. Chicago stands face to face

loss of life at Belfast When he returned it was discovered VOTERS ARE NBf A UNIT ;
that the dead and the blood with famine in certain lines of food.
man was
i p'"-ted. but tho message to The Daily News:

... of any casualties. f' seen came from a bullet hole in the and Three days of vacation last week FOR MYERS AS CttlMED.Correspondence .
Chattanooga T 7.Amongthe Purify, Beautifythe
nn. July right side of his head. The man Preserve,
i of the Erie railroad thi of the industries resulted in a general clearing out of
more important new had evidently been dead only a short Skin, Scalp, Hair,
1t1&It'mt"nt was given to the The Tradesman for
reported by time as his body was warm. and Hands with the stores, and all incoming supplies Daily N io5l.
11 Press: the week ending July 5, are the follow As Gatins went down to the spring,

maIn line between Buffalo: ing: which is only a short distance from were tied up yesterday when the Carrabelle, July t Some papers (

-> ..a Ilia our eastbound track An electric light and power plant atNew the Fair street entrance to the park, freight handlers left the yards. tell it that FrankUa county is solid

between Dale Decatur Ala.; lime works at Anniston he who to be Uncura I for
uy damaged met a man appeared a Myers. Watch the returns from
""-'. and our west bound Ala.; a 110.000 flouring mill at farmer. The man spoke pleasantly."It's The merchants report the situation .

.ua-n Swains and CanaseraI Clinton Tenn.; a furnace at Waverly a fine morning" he said. He serious. the primary of dally 15 and you will
Tenn.; a car wheal foundry at Oads- as very see that the ilaim is like many
gftttnK our trains through was coming from the spring. $OAD ."

,t po-ntd by using a singlewvjuct den, Ala.; a $10,000 oil company at. Gatins walked a few steps in the 1 others being dade. In Crrabelle I
distillery .
Chattanooga. Tenn.; a $10,000
to have both tracksafflc direction from which the man came there is
this afternoon." at Nashville Tenn.; a $30,000 grain in front tA Cmcru STEAMSHIPBLOWN a strong "sprinkling" for
i and saw the body lying MILLIONS! OP WOMEN ass
:Th) 18 of the Pennsylvania it elevator projected at Nashville Tenn.; So\r, wsisted by COTICUBA OINTMBST, Lamar. II

that all of their lines wets a $20,000 lime company at Cheraw S. him.Under the left side of the dead man for beautifying the skin for falling cleansing: hair,the for I The course Myers took in the harbor '
C.; an oil company at Tazewell. Tenn ; scalp, and thS8tof'plngof
vt; the Rochester division was a revolver. The shot that enJ softening whitening, and soothing reds ASHOREThe ccmmiasioner mitur made him
aOOO oil at Charleston
a $ refinery
o U.olh ,.ter. ed his life was on the right side of Ms rough! and IOn hands, for baby rashes,
S. C.; a saw mill at DIckson. Tenn.; itching), and irritations, and for all the quite uapopular. He well knew
of the toilet, bath, and nursery.
a $100,000 flouring mill at Estiil purposes
,. ota Stop Many Trains. a pocket In his clothing was founda Millions of women nse Cctict, SOAP m that Carrabelle wis the port of entry
Springs. Tenn., an oil and development big British steamship Chat-
\ Y July S.-A heavy rain book. The name of J. C. Bennett baths for annoying{ irritations, iutlanima- rally and he ought to have pull.
company at Carrabelle, Fla.,; a $10000 ,- i tions,and excoriations, or too free or offensive -
ton 2321
t r'1,1 much damage in was written on several of its pages. tons, Captain ,
for ulcerative
foundry at Nashville, Tenn.; n' prespiration, in washes ed that way.Another .
'. -n-rday mornlr.R. There There was alao an Odd Fellow's receipt weakness, and for many sanative, antiseptic which arrived yesterday, draggedher
15,000 spindle cotton mill at Greer Depot -I
mahout* on the Rochester book in which was the name of purposes, which readily 8u e3tthen.:191 thug there are a large
S. C.; a $23,000: oil company at '&I to women, especially mothers. two anchors early this morningand
.f th> Wutl'rnew York Bennett, The receipts were signed: : : number of democrats here who have
1rallroadl! and all Waycross. Ga.; a telephone companyat and from Complete Treatment for Humours St.Con'otlng was blown into very shallow
\an Haygood, secretary were
Sanford Fla; a gas plant at Nashville of L'TICl'R4:'\Ft.ic.t.Jch'an.e revolted And refused to take part in 1
,> ,. .t''' aniioiit-d. On the Ena Tenn.; a $::0.000 Ice and coal lodge No. 14. In another pocket were tho Uu of rrmu ant l 4'atI,ant soften thethlckene.truti water between Perdido wharf and
a ,. ,*, occurred at" several several, circulars of the Page Wire < company at Knoxville Tenn.; a match to Inibtntly allayitrhin*, inflammation, Little Bayou.
A, ;Salamanca and Hori factory at Memphis. Tenn.; and a Fence company, of 47 and 49 Forsyth Irritation and soothe and,,and t UTlctRtRISH.VLXI A Urge majority of the citizens .
tv 'to cool ana cleanse She rests in an ea position; the
s. bridge was car PILL' ( y
: :" to street -
large creosote works at Nashville, the bloo<1.CTTICCBA. here, at Pine Log, Lanark and McIntyre -
'I.II M) h vorV was klllel Tenn. A man known as John C. Bennett RMOLTHHT PILLS (Chocolate bottom is of sand and there is no

:'.' La ]'an.! 1-l'r. V>> years and supposed to be the dead man, CoateJ)trait Dew tiUteleModorleM,economical are, and have been for years,
I lubMitutc tor the celebrated liquid CITICURAlUJOLvivr. reason to believe that she will be injured -
o. 'aa .j Ai->i in '11" Allpghonyr ; I was, up to two weeks ago, employed ,u well an for all other blood purl. thouroughly disgusted with the political .

h-re Will\ swimming! be war 'i CHAINED TO A by the Page Wire Fence company on tier and humour curt e\) doa t,IK. VK.ChirterluHiM by grounding. Prompt measures combination at Apalachicola

;'rpowered In an rd1y that had hoer i iitated South Forayta street. For the past Sold throughout:Iq.,LoacL the >wori a. !P>nll Bnluh Depot 4IB Cau.Cu to pull ter into deep water have:
by a sudden the river r,boil Frop4.Uottou.C.S.A. which, to an alarming extent, runs
rise in
I J two weeks he had been employed by
II I been adopted and by 10 a. m. success
STEAM PIPE Professor Means at the Fulton county I things precisely to mil their own
of a gratifying kind had crowned
Thousand. of Acres Flooded.
reformatory where he was an over' CHAMBERLAINOUT sweet will
a, N. V. July 7.-The Mlshaw- these efforts
seer and guard.CORONATION
i c.+r has risen above Its banks They have saddled a heavy debt, I
Special to The Daily News: .. The Chatton, it will be recalled, II
'".' an 1 \Va >rtoKn. and thou OF DANGER
on this portion of the fpvinty 'a? i:
ai r. .if !land all! ready to barn Key West. Fla., July 7.-A numberof DAY was the first steamer to take from
well Ai ther i.elves, by erecting an I
!anias"tl! In places In passengers from the steamer San here a cargo of the product
111 \ai";..>' farmers have lost Marcos which arrived from New YorK opera house placing piano and elec- f I
Special to The Daily News ,r \ Century mill She: loaded for English ,
of Thursday, called the authoritiesand
!pc this year. on trio lights therein and dancing at
asked for an investigation of cruelties I London,July 8.-TheColonialSec- ports, and after discharging
the of the
expense: taxpayers.
to one of the Spanish firemenof came directly back to Pensacola under -
retary, Joseph Chamberlain! passed
DOUBLE LYNCHING the ship by the chief engineer and Special to The Daily News. Last Saturday! night (51 voting
charter for & CoI.oa'1-(,
other officers of the There a good night and i is progressing;; I Iier ser I
ship. were London 8. The is main. I
July king democrats assembled in Buartz hall
five passengers who made statements. favorably.The ing under favorable circumstanceswould :
WAS AVERTED taining his progress toward recov-
which were as follows: I here and, when a rising;; vote was '
ery. During the next two or three surgeon at Charinz Cross hospital have commenced today but,
"While en route from New York to I taken not to participate in the primaries .
--- Key West one of the Spanish firemenon days an official and complete exam- says absolute quiet id essential since her misfortune this will not

l'i..>. t'ws.r.'no. board the San Marcos was taken ination of the King's condition will to hi* rapid recovery. The patient be commenced until she has been July 15, EVERY one of the 61 \

sick and told be held, and then a definite announcement stood squarely on his feet.
I the chief that he was hotel .
July 7.-A pecil must remain at the for the surveyed.The
'li'''i from Harriman Tenn. not able to work. The chief said h: will be made as to when They further declared that, if
steamer arrived at
''.- '!'vnohinu! was narrowly would believe no such story, and ordered the coronation will take place.It present. quarantineday proper concessions were not made '

K ni; Saturday
they would
: i "> formed at Kingston ing. The fireman tried to work, but be held August 12th or 19th. The CHANGES INEXPRESS from healthy foreign ports was allowed put out a new democratic .. ;

could not. whereupon the chief became ticket in opposition to the ;
at Westminister
i'Itepersed when it was ceremony Abbey to come over with but a short
th,- sheriff had removed enraged and chained his wrists will be curtailed to last only one one to be nominated under the dice <

.tn,1! had placed the jai together to a steam pij>e. The other j hour, and the procession will be as OFFICE detention. She made her way over tation of the Apalachicola bosses I i ie

.'', Kiiard. firemen appealed to the passengers in simple compatible. i and dropped one bow anchor oil Per ;
behalf of their This condition of affairs is
comrade and interceded
h. very
aliened accessory to Sweeping changes were made in dido wharf, in what was always .
f hn wife It being claim. with the chief to release the BEVERiDGE much to be regretted. Aslr..
"-I man. The chief cursed the passengers BOOM the local office of the Southern Ex- regarded as a safe anchorage. When j
a n but they Insisted the blow commenced last !. strong ]
III' nd party, who, it is the man press Company yesterday.Mr. night a
be release.! from his Franklin county, he should see to it
I' isht:: by the mob, is agonizing position FOR VICE PRESIDENCYSpecial Vincent Fauria, who baa held second anchor was lowered, but the j i'
'tui-oning his wife. the sick man beggIng to be released that his Apalachicola friends Kran'; 1'\
promising that he would many prominent positions with the force of the wind caused them bothto
;a still high and a sub- try justice to the democrats of Carra-
at Lynching Bailey i.t to work. When the chains were taken :- company tendered his resignationas drag and placed the vessel in her i; <

from the man's wrists he fell to the i to The Daily News belle, Pine Log, Lanark and Mcln- h.. ?
n n cashier for the of trying position this morninj. ,
floor from weakness and exhaustion Indianapolis,J uly 8.-Senator Bev- purpose accept. tyre. !

It is also claimed that the chief eridge has pricked his boom for ing a position with Sol Oahn & Co. An old mariner, now a timber

CRIME MAYBEEXPOSED I kicked the man. The chief's side of vice presidency in 1904. He says: The resignation took effect at once, broker, in talking about the Chat- Men Will He toy". t

the story was that his force was small "I will In the excitement of a lively exer
under no circumstances become but Mr. Fauria will not engage in ton's accident, said for THE NEWS:
and he could not spare the man; that a candidate for vice cise like boat-racing or ball-playing,
I. president. his new position until July 15. "That wind was very heavy to put
he had refused
:; to work and was put At no time have I been considering they will strain their muscles and go <

.L in chains, but denies hating struckme the matter. I am perfectly content A. W. Mitchell, route agent be. that vessel there, as I understand home lImping and sore. Then- they i i

--- man.On with work in the senate." tween Pensacola and Flomaton, left 'I she had out two anchors. It may are glad they have .Per-ry Davis' ,
the arrival of the boat at the
wharf the fireman taken ----- last night to visit relatives at Bowl be, however, as has been frequentlythe Painkiller on hand to soothe the
was to the
Daily News: marine hospital of this city. He HE MAKES FATAL ing Green Ky. During his absenceMr. case, that one of the anchors had quivering nerves; to penetrate the '.
1'ily 7.-A special from muscle! with warmth and healing f
claims to have been brutally treatedby Fauna will hold his grappled a sunken log or piling and
T-na !\a'srs.. Flem'r position, power. It has relieved the pain of
the officers of the
Jenkins !living near Sheriff Hicks went ship.aboardship and RESISTANCE lasting about a week. that would throw all strength on the two generations of Americans. '

.Uoane: county, are susus arrested the chief engineer, and the Herman Howland formerly route : other one. It was either that or the Large bottles 25 and 50 cents. .:
implicated in the --- -- -
>.fIrlt Fleming's husband case was taken before United States agent and later freight clerk, was wind was much stronger than was. ,

:. s wife. Commissioner James 0. Jones, but as Special to The Daily News given the cashier's desk, and a Mr. felt in the city." MYERS THINKS ANY OLD ;'

s and Mrs. Jenkins both the passengers could not prove that Fort Myers Fla., July 7.-In a dual l Stutts from Montgomery has arrivedto
A vast amount of timber is
i ai'wit a month ago. In I, the man was struck while In Irons, between Dennis Sheridan, well known become freight clerk. I reported THING WILL DO THE PEOPLESenate

;-p E'elsfrs.. and the lick man was unable to appear here, and City Marshal Stroup, Sheridan The on the western bayshore between
Flemirg changes
yesterday aggregated Bill 61. A Bill to be entitled -
w-re married. the case was dismissed."Mother" was shot dead in the fight and the, four resignations and one dismissal Perdido wharf and the bayou. Some "An Act to compel railroad
officer was severely cut with knife
was letter arona written,-, by the Intea -- Jones Makes Speeches. It is not positively known whetherhis a I I within a short time, and the dissatisfied of this is quite high on the beach, companies to construct and provide

!i-nkin The by Mrs. Knoivllle July 7.-"Mother" Jones, wounds will prove fatal or not, but employes give as their reason the high east winds of the early suitable stational accommodations for
affair has
",t' ',-- terable excitement in of the Tennessee coal miners, is In i it is believed they will. The affair for quitting that the hours are too morning having caused almost unprecedented passengers at the stations on thelc .
:u" "v and legal East Tennesse;; among the miners. Saturday created intense excitement in town. long: and the work too confining to lines of roads. On the passage of i
t proceedings tides. This drift Umber .
':,Diluted. night she delivered a vindictive The duel was precipitated by a reals- retain health. The company will this bill Mr. Myers voted NO. (Senate j

' .t "1'm .lamination of address at Jellico Tenn., in which she tanc on the part of Sheridan. not permit the employment of addi is being recovered as rapidly as Journal 1893). 22june21

PI"\' (18 also contemplated. characterized her recent ImprIson. tional help here, although it is possible by owners and longshoremen

ment as "an outrage on the libertiesof ICE CREAM FESTIVAL much desired by the manager. the latter returning it to Custodian Furniture, go f

D W A TEn American citizens." She speaks Brown. An estimate of the I If You j Vut t
ATc That you fir for extracts is im to PRYOR'8.Fishing .- ;
and will .
at Brlceville. Tenn., today number of sticks adrift could
ELD not be "
ICE CO'S. There will be an ice cream festival portant, but what you get for your ;;
miners at Tracey
visit and speak to given today.ICECOLD.
tonight at corner of Garden is ten times tackle of all kinds sand
""'l. hose and Whitwell. July 10 she intends to given money more important.

I at the Willis reach Fairmount W. Va., where her and 10th avenue for the benefit of Burnett's Vanilla costs more because WATERMELONS AT good crab nets at the I

::1' 1'e Co's case is to be decided July 11. Mascogee wharf M. E. church. worth more. THE GARFIELD ICE CO'S. Willis. Hardwaer Cos. ;


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STEAKSHIFS.I- I MANY SUCCUMB TO Desaq I HAND OF WELCOME I AN OLD transform able Will nature sour the the into most sweetest a even crossgraitd.d disposition tempered, ssj 7 i,

)C>lKJCJ&Jt i..*..*..LJU... irritable individual.If .

AN BREATH OF ROT WAVE Is often only tymptcm of dyspepsia AWAITHITCHENER impatience or fault-finding >_,e
OCEAN TRIP excusable it is when
In dyspepsia there is a loss of nutrition SORE ever the 1- 15

! r ri which is felt by brain as nell as body; tortured by an eating and panfuje

iTo NEW ORK, BOSTON Several Deaths and Scores of the mind grows morbid as the body England Prepares an OvationFor It is truly discouraging to fin ] .... ...r,

AND ALL loses vigor. EOfitts of diligent and faithful cse of external remedies that the f:

EASTERN RESORTS Prostrations Reported. Doctor Pierce's Conquering Hero. remains as defiant angry and offensive as ever. Every chro::!, sr E
Golden MedicalDiscorery
matter on what part of the body it conies is an evidence of S nie pre

/. l "' ....n\.. I.PITTSBURG SUFFERS SEVERELY.The d)spepKi* and cares other ESCORT OF 15.000 SOLDIERS.Both constitutional or organic trouble and that the dregs of these d -

i T"V diseases of the remain in the system; or, it may be that some long hidden poison- 5.

Cancer has to the surface and begun its destructive w rk
i OCEAN STEAMSHIP. "A 1'1 stomach and associated Princeof come

SO flours of Oe.-i Bre.* an Unprecedented Wave of Heat- gesuoii and nutri : Wale Will Take Active Parts in and the skin regains its natural color. It is

J tion. It enables the circulation that the acrid corroding
each Weel'I Returning i through
p Sailings the Reception To Be Given the I
'J Great Suffering li Reported Among the nutrition -
J proper fluids are carried to the sore cr ulcer and keep it

.1frG2n- Savannah. Ga.1..l.A.14 J Mill Workers, Forced to Quit Work. and restores of the body Warrior. irritated and inflamed. S. S. S. will purify and p.J
f men-
tt... f'4IaT I.fto-_ i i the stagnant blood when all sediment or
.. '" tal cheerfulness as New York July ".-Both the
a..'al'..'..."' .'. ,:-...:.... .r'..;.... ...'..:. ". !-lUue....._ "''J Putsbarp, July 7.-Sii deaths and a well as physical queen other hurtful materials are washed out. fresh rich blood is carried < e
.. and Prince of Wales will take active
\i-t. Iflr13 -
._ Q". .. ''al'w... .. :""n' a:. :.. &,0.-. ,t J core of prostrations is the heat record strength. :: diseased parts new: tissues form and the decaying flesh begins tj a.. 'e "
in the to given to
... ma all' "" v. for tte enty-faur tours. .Pot about two years pans 1.u1thya.nd natural look ; the discharge ceases and the sore Le-.!s. ,.
;, ,..,;-.;;.. ........'eu. ............0; J past I suffered from a TCTJT Lord Kitchener but even the prospectof S S S istheCinl "
I L'o"'p". .
1 My' r.c a..v T. At S o'clock this morning the thermometer obstinate use of d>'*- the coming of the conquering heio Several years ago .tr
I' I....... ......tI......_ 1,.____ I a. J pe_." write R. E.Sttord I I I leg and x'tzarSrMc that 15 guaranteed entlr.v: veebestphy.iclan.but -
., .__ ... registered &5 degrees, witi were lore
.. .-.t. SI r. Ia.i has not cables the London correspocdent - ..._.. ...., ,...-.. .... ESof 13, received no benefit table. It builds up the t, \J ...- j
Eact A
the mercury still rising and promisingto *rtI. .e. of The Tribune given an incentive -' Oar drarntt adTited her to try S-6. S., tones the general
.. ,., ,c J: inrd a np system as c
pass the years record. Last night great number of remedies to busings, which: Is at a very which .he did. Fourteen bottles cured other medicine does "if
_ _ ,,. been well Ii Lee. \ i '1'I
without 5uecuI her and the baa ver
-- u'as the hottest of the season.' There finally Ion faith in low ebb. The postponement of the I J. R. ::HAROLD 22 Canal St., a sore of any kind, write u; ,-. ..'(!

CEMIUAL nll'CH SCHEDULE was much suffering among the md Ultra a:1. I wat MI far coronation apparently had a distinctly -I Cohoel. N.Y. the advice of expenen ;
that I could not I
workers and many were forced to return rODe Drar soy solid food on bad effect on trade and no revivalis kilIed physicians for which no charge is made. Book on Blood: ttr. "I

Following fa the schedule of the 0 o to their homes. HIT itoraach for a long expected for some time.It Diseases free. THE S\eiTT SPECIFIC CO.. Atlanta, G.,
General French tirjeeJ mtla'ckoi* i
government eVKiiner has been decided to bring! Into I
end Could ,
which THE !;::ws print for the dtfttstfi i -

benefit of tb: nerchant* wfao ship SHERIFF AFTER RIOTERS. my But oceu ekp;>at011.nor follow Some !' London to keep the streets clear cr !i Sound kidneys; are safeguards cf ] Rubber hose all sz"
k their goodto the various army four months ago a 0 0fr the occasion of Lord Kitchener's homecomIng life.! Make; the kHr's k,=atLv! ....with Tr,. oO. (f.t

lId jrcorannidedv I next Friday or Saturday, l<>" : the \ llllS Hardware,
rOH !: .Warrants Issued Against Striking
. .- Lunl t''Ola .. i; iO.. m. Miners for Inciting Trouble. After a cavalry and l'X"fNt infantry eiclusiv! V'-\Ifmb-rte: l.'l S .uti Faax: .'r' .

, lAt6.. detectL &rr..oe'" 1:511,"J&a.. m.JAan. Ill.i .. Harrisburg, July 7.-ShtriS ReifBore .hid.ftk denrcd t treatment so much I of the garrison in London and the -_S u a.4Q Pyn7..leszntop.the H.; it '''Iu.I..L'I... :

i -.Tt J'&rr*nc&i -.- ':15n. m. out warrants today for the arrest I ... ...1'L.m. ted the TOrdicine I .
Lti t'l t't'D.-oJa: ] You will have
the whole: rrakits total of than Qx:1'; pride i.
- of ten strikers at WilharnstowathiE a more w
acd tti taken three bot- :
' Arrive K rr nc* a trip to koi; ;deP.t't and tnn r- county for inciting to nut ani t: *and am convinced 13'iflii: men. The Colonial toor.- .
toroi to Iarrr.cM. n h.- in my cafce ac- I, own ground.: Your :. ,-b' J .
1 who home from outh: Africa &ig:: tlreig'Ue ry l"'z ef ti: "rc.r
rame !: ?
1A's-s 1ftrr&nt .. .-.. 1:15 p. m. interfering with his deputies in pri- COTnpi hPd a permanent iir. I can conscirntiGll,1y tome, and be ci:. j \Jt\ ; IW

J.AcI Lr&Vb Picken-"D..ool. .. .. f 1:25:;:.''p.p. to..ckf m.. tfettirg non-union men going to an l recomnesd througbc the it t(land the thousands of dyspeptics Ilhe I Bavaria, are to be retained iir.t !Iaftcr I3xativeBromo.QujnjfleTatts though be may : '.b ,,: rw .

Ltoa ... '. ns ... 5lSp.ra. from: work in tie mines, at L)hr.s and! no substitute for"Golden Medical -!! Lord Kitchener's arrival an-i the reuedy Hit en.rts told in one daj. Every.woman WII'.:- .. ...' .,

AiriTe, Karr&c.r IOI :: p. m. k&H make : Wiiiiarcstown.Tie Accept is will:! it is unders-tood. hare a place ir.j own, and if alto will :-v. u dk wMIDWIFEItT.
Meiti-e ; <<. 1 Discovery. There nothing; "justas
trip to a IK r .ur.c.Un .
Wednesday* atidSatnrday? the : ,htrif: ; says the situation in tl good" for diseases of the stomach the general's! reception in which Iri I Thus. Watson & Co.,

boat wHl; leave &aruJcai via Pick- rt'-it'l; is: critical, and that if there i k blood, and lungs. dian and other Colonial troops may The unJersignedtakertismetbod !leadinz Real Este Af. tt .

en* for Fen.acola at-6-:1) p. m. anot.r outbreak liKe! that of lastVedttay. I>r. Pierce'i Pleasant Pellets btiniulatethelher. participate.! ) Dflcrin her services as a :an show her tow *avite. I: :

'Tt.t General French is for army i \ "hen he and his deputiere = ." : t-cla-s; licensed midwife. !having _
and oat-ider must I bad 35 *
only any year experience.
**- afcsau'.tf-d: while protecting nonunion The Same Old
hare a pa-s from the Quartermaster I Story. Can give bet.f referftiie frorileading Buy a ne'v garden '> it'
: iajr> he will call upon Oov- ADMIRAL CERVERA J. A. Kelly relates an expcrfrnresimilar
take her. physicians; of rt
o p&rae 01 is city.
'rr.or Stc-ce for protection by the ml.tia :- to 'hat which has happent MK?. M GIDDENP! I rom. t; e. : !?% llardii-

\ 7tty of the rioters were ar- The Bra,.- !ilanlh Officer Miins InOixrority in almost every neighborhood in t1:.-" jltf 114 >outb DeVilliers pt.

iv-ted on Thursday at Williamstownami aid Nfidvit.Bllnmy I! United States and has beta loiJ a: Company!

STEAMER LINE SCHEDULED thiss :t held it bail for court but

'.'', net sc"m to have: improved th* t ila and MiU'.n-Ilnat .'.tuaticn. The sheriff: came this c-eut interview i In I-ij\er: Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera at d

KuriK Daily I- \crpt !'ounda)'. mnrnrgto !::Information against: 1'CRir old! t'ervcra is '!'ivinz! in our; Diarrhoea R I US(-" ar-

"CITY OF: TAMPA" the rioters and rKurned to Lykens region ity and cuuiparative jnntrty now. Xo'' cording to directions and with entirely

at noon to applet his deputies In S'ani-h: mim-ttr would! dire tt) give I satisfactory results. The trouble was i
LT &;j controlled much quicker than former
Arl't-c'a'ola. ...0:1r Milton Itwymfare arresting the fctrtkers. for whom warrants LDJ any jn/st nOt','. j HUCC he received : '
, attacks when I used other remedies.
'<"JC:: U vnl trlp.llV. lave: been issuedOne\s: <>f the good will of the ( ?)
Mr. Keely is a well-known citizen of _
--- --- --- -- ----- Am rican i.-'j-Ie. He tt-ts no pay i Henderso'n. X. C. For sale by all BLfitnnst.Ark frit.E '
1'1,101flu..d.. ...J. W. Bmr f"f \rkaetu M' t( !i.t Corferenre.-rites:) "Enc'ifd d dftj cti .a 1.-i.I I KrrplneMore.. ""' (.11. my little raan," said the while nut on duty and cant no as.I I druggists and medicine thalers.Foley's tvo f..rk""tfM of""TEETHISA, .' Irriw it. Tt *r -
KSni rtQi a (*-tu3 lit came M* met otiponan I>m.:our ba le vuinf<>n(", 'e u II
F.1rf A. Hmd.TM Lake Mi"*. la.wlwt r reach*r tie clay after "did Jon get signment. b.e n in bal con:j.ti ra f.T d....arj] n Itine; thM we gin d.4 in J"lie. .. J. .. ilTtEp

111 !Ii t"rIWcl a Lu-tl.r. Karlj it t'\'rJthlnl you erintUtl i,) a-a Christina There are few more pathetic fisnrwi Honey and Tar been-rfert t 1-erfect rtlirf arid tocceti.te tM til aa luther tTjutle Otter cembrra ef me y Sale wd I4.d.

lfzrJ t..s: ti.tLn let him ;ave a show. : V"Nope. In w..ldu Listory than "i"wr old Cer- : cures colds preterits pneumonia. .

(3'* "h cm. ,ide of hli More. lit I didn't ?tt one thing na told! vua." That Le went out of :Santiago< i BOYS and GIRLS 1-0 moneydulingipare you wish to make m.a.p

.- Lou;:!l.t ('!lnd. s. puni. mar'l! wbi-1 1ties. i n.,- { wail poiuir to pet." under orders from :Si.ain"< political! 6<'. you can readily u. i.
.ti' di-pa.i! thui in (h< show' '\ -.11..1..dId: what was tlat?' IF YOU ARE ins our"Bluejne." in Cuba and that he knew houst-hola;. trt-ry ihdy ur.igbud "htn they n-e u One tbrt-t niakBU (-,
caw- and sold iLfia. He borr4.ive Le faced almost certain il inh. tnsr ftb,T lOOKINC FOR BARCAINS tlse. and will rod return mail dozen
luont-i with which t', buy tb* i tock. lit raid. one we by one I'arlulges of "Bl ,f'rt
'with the destruction of bis: Cat. tin-re j When you have eoU them rrturc u> *>Ik'., retainicg the balance 4Mas j ,'jrtlon.
Ilu l.irjt-i-t HjK-. Le Mf*. was os .lulj! lK>Dot delay, but" r Jt' at onctltll'f'iL -
4. lxr.i: wht-n L.- .L"J worth ofjj The RUT Galllrl. is uo shadow of doubt Hut that frightful ; \ :% MAM'r'ACllIUNG ( O. Vfl' C IM. Hoil |. Push I'a

It is not the riio-lern astronomer whoIs chance be took as a pxnl sailor I will sell
1 /ji.\''. I unii4 the !uoiiucr Le i-oiil II For the next ten days
.. educated and trained in scientific wouM! take it, and after n one !sid'.}
la lit I. "
fc" wuur. mU-r (.r that jeafLe article now in stock at a
nild the rmiaiiul'-r of Lia fctock to institutions and great ervatories. battle which: wa" u:1plrnlJ..It..1 for de* you any ROYAL STANDARD \fflffl'\

ts fatbr for $1::!, tie adventure n. t but enthusiast, like the LoGall1t'I.' ,' fetructlvfiie-s he was tonally resi-u'l! in I discount of 25 per cent from the regular -

*. .. who made a tele.( 'i* out of pieces of the try nk-k of tIme. still d';:nififd. price. Think of it-you will
tine hnj JJ, lit <>ct ,UT. ] :O. L*
glawho make the db htill and still '. I 8 Years Old, i in Casts of 4 Full Owls, at S3.20 per cast
lou:;l.t a )*':lriI:1! : -alf! f'.r $1'2: and aa greatest <:on r.i. courflcums ( \ ry inch the save $2-1 on a diamond ring or pin

: ..;;. With tLi* hocitmade telescope hedibCOVki4lJ Juan tl* pJte esjtrience that would I it would
ld:,- 'l.lnnkH for >-. In Juy.! HHH.I, if where at regular price cost

lioujTbt a l'l.z f.T $'{ and in .\ull"t twoinorr the rings of Saturn.-Success. have apj-ailfj! the (-toutes-l h -art. i $lu). See; you save 25; cent on H WHIo'KEdjHill at the XN C

for J .. It wa-s no won .'r that the Americanle T Ky.. Di-tillery. and i* fully matured in 'w
?: euh lie wurkfd for hifatlir ....... i every dollar's worth you buy. Now
for tWd for }>:. !stok. In Mar'h.P1 !0('( roe as one u>an to do h"nir to i is the time to buy diamond or before bottling. Jt i* absolutely pure and not excelled
i;. li- .id .. Tour I'alla." !'udl a .,r:1f e. It was a minziin! ; your in finality by any Whikey of the same age
s t" ti"-a; f..r :?:1'4 n ml onAiril '
article stock
On day. lout a month ago, tif respect and admiration whifh a watch or any other in uo matter where produced. The Royal Standard
1 OIKfi.r $i.7.; ha.l '
Jm..r has
All Georgia hi] in Sun-Jay tst, brave I'iu,1e: mu..t11:1)0; fee! for very cheap. Call and examine is eiLt years old when bottled, and, consideringits
further rxin-riciNe in h*'yhi:: anti sol-! Vi'ja waiting till 'twas, time to go f excellent quality is the cheapest whiskey in

1nl:. but thi;. i!' 1'11..11.:11 to i hiv what at.u.Inii. To jndy dinner with the rtst. i iIH bravery whcre\cr shywn and for defeat goods. Remember this oiler is for the market at that price. A* a beverage and as

-> I lrf,v !.e 1 I" .\IUfJU:: the thin::* Of FiphtJ a Lttlfr sigh VwiihtJ hI knew titttr and utcrwbi-Imiiiz.! JH 'nly ten days.0 trouble to show an absolutely pure stimulant, there is none better
nice" little :
"somtthlng a boy m:6-ht do.
Le La* t"u.t with bN money I U a -'jly brave with dimity and s.-f! re pett. i good J. I. STEPHEN.112outh .*, Shipped in cW* containing no marks whatevtr to

4 priiitius i-n'-'s, with two fonts oftyjo. I Aol papa all at once. legan No man
He Lair *I'.I out at f; JXT cent iner I. Tu sing; the noise he maJe was more annals! of :Spanish Lns than ('('rnra. : --- -- whiskey is not satisfied with the quality he
"'ct and $*.;;; cfin in cash toycthtrwith Tte swarmltg tur.t 11\1 knew tees' or as thunder" hmlng than Shore." '> Someday even Spanish his'toriai will : The finest line of umbrellas in the _ _ can return the same at our expense and money

com. live tud bIll! on hui.l. I1" And little Gtoige. with blue wide open do him jn!
eyes.Regarded. aft< he is dcad.-Denver Tin them.
*ends u a uf bin! which hE *
ropy 1'lI"r. potott5ce order bank draft or cx-
I papa" Ith a pained surf/rib*. I1nIITYIARS OLD currency. money
CtlU Silver Moon.-Aiit-ncuu UI')'. press morley order. We refer to First Nationa
A Cure For Summer
Ill, lo\inp. loyal little soulWfes Complaint Foiey's Kidney Cure Bank or any merchant in Pensacola.

'' Horn Thrrr I.lltlr (.lrl. llrlpe.l. troubled by a nameless read Summer complaint is unusually prevalent .
As. with a noieelei-s step he stole and bladder right.
An rirhanL't' tU! of a little! z\t\! \ wno.Bper To whore his among children this season. A' nukes kidneys
mamma lat and real!
: to h.-j: ) in Le in-nit-y making .-f- I He laId one little Land: upon her book well developed} case in th. writefsfamily : S. A. ,

fort for a nw cLuidt'lilce: in Lr I And met her tyes with anxious. peadrgShe was cured last week by the If you wish the very best ._

botne town. put: (,II Ilt'rhil1 TII;: rap to look. timely use of Chamberlain's Colic ice creamfreezer at the very SOLE PROPRIETOR. PE S.CIL.FLA..
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy-one
food a>h'..iiitn.i'. Sue 'pid on sbtt-tJ : closed the book and on his hair medicines 0 the Willis
of the tea patent manufactured lowest price,
It tif rat lit'r ln-a\y: jwipfr u ncn'ifor ;::inrer i She laid her finders soft and cool; and which is always kept on P O. BOX 41*. TKLKHHOMi 179
Cut wuh" a gesture cf t'splI.r. Hardware Co. can please
Cike! of wh'clttiH! foml I _
vry hand at the home of ye scribe. Thisis
George pointed to mj ic s'.ool __
'enfl whit h wi-iv tth"l lMiih<.' eating frti1krn. : And in two words voiced pity, fear and not intended as a free puff for the you. .A. -PaIEOMA"1_ ._,It I handle every class: of L'quors sold n

T!"' C\I\ ....J.!d to b'uktp-I! dread company who do not advertise withus. _
( t.1!.
foi bottle wholesale or retail, at prices ai
"Poor papa": This! was all that GeorgIa "to who1may I We will launder your spreads bulk ur
In r;;w1I;; uTrToi'nTs each. With the but benefit little sufferers
4T5 said. ...._ of 15 cunts each and make them look _ are way down.
kll' of two ltte! ; frivivN she nK fcoTi"ducto : not be within easy access a o Star Laundry.
: should be with like uw. AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER.
_l 1w(' cukelv!!. for the ('tijI- Why- mamma shrieked! and drcrced. her-- ph sirlan. No family -
medicine in the .
took out a bottle of this
il"'I11"C"h'; 1 he little cir!< mal
And laughed aloud George could not see house especially in summer time.-
the piii;:vr cake. cutting it out in the X"l why his grandpa fd.rly shook Lansing.: Iowa. Journal. For sale by t8 'Jf f WICKE&CO.

fhapt.f Mar "rnoent animal! i i, With merriment and childlike glee. all druggists and medicine dealers. ,

bIrd... bjt. *-ti-.. which thy sold two George left the room and started downthehal --.- -
boa or genuine
l'8l. ca even
tot a o<'101. ev.-ry Saturday aft rnoon to He did not understand; :v the joke at aL fhli laxative itpi Bromb-Quimne Tab1et1

a clatiKirin:: army ..t I'a'r youiiz.ter. -Charles Perez Murphy In St Nicholas. Toe Home is e'l! : the rewedltblt51** a e. 4 U ** ****' Plumber Gas and Steam Fitter
Happy : ,
Tbe r..I ij*. whidi will I* lik': l in U, ,

any family!: <,t <'bi:
turnotl to pUiUintUn UB"/. i< a< furnished home. Marston Willis No. i South Palafoz Street.
The proprietors of Fole\'s Honey waste ice at the
follows' O'i.. of ninlasve-i. one-half: and Gas Fittings Material Kep :.r Km.: :
cup Plumbing
All Klnda oi
sand Tar do not advertise this as a $ Oidna can supply youwith .
lard cup oiif r tu Hx.nful ;: "sure cure for consumption' They all needed in the __ Kl.FPHONP! -

In n 11."II<' l l.'\..1 tt'II"I'.lIIful1:1 kin:: do not daim it will corp this dread way

f.1.\ .i;.. oh.-. b'ii '!o'positively of house furnishings at the HCIIEI3ULI

lent to make 1\ tiff! dcumh. assert that it will: ntre in lowest prices cash or credit. FOR STEAM DIVISION A. M.AveryEr'cEhizoR:

the earlier Mages and nt-x' r fails! to .

....tuIr I It r I.ninp*. SUP comfoit and relief in the worstFiiloy's --- --- PESS\COLA EUCCTHICTEHM1SA:: ,
In Iixl'a tbr"- !I.. a Iir.l called the l f-t- oasis Honey and Tar is P HAILWAY COMPANY. 1

tf\ liird Iwiii-- it liiiikN a iif-t whh-!il without eliiiiIt! tht greatest. throat and Y PILLS leue Fennel for the Lln.ayou. AND JOBBER OF
1'ing r.'nK'ly. R' fits' s'lb;titntfsSt.l.l Trains
; s.d 4.e.uI.e.
lu-t like a '..,nI'! But it i I" 11,1, J .OigI. L.4I.a..r.: .. B tug Usyou.\V arrlngtOn, n7 it'
InV. A D'\l. mtji-rt- 1J1: S<"jth .
(111t fft.-tf t, I.LL"fl rranea. attJ
"r B
tLtw.ltrrlll n.- t I'i..h to tr':! .ion I'alafi -;triBANNER \ .,IL IU I' .. 1..14 _.. ., 5'... ...... tad Fort ARE.Iron
., . .. Fort Ilarraricas :16a.l HARDEST
flb .tit. but .ointhtii: tnik-b Ikr m.arn.e
tiIini )
.,.. P.,,,::... ".-'IIIoJ... ... IL.ri. .- : at Fort Harranea io.sta.t .
,'rCul. I think. You know in .adrrn I d... '!.r. ,.., 11....... .....i 4.. .. I0i: ) a\ Yort ifarrincil 1:*S p i
'. ..rtt.-.I..... THC".I.u 1:ou p.m.
Mrds t'iii'unv. and tlitxemmi. SALVE.he .Si $t fort itarrincas 4:14 p a
l.nmany arrive
u4"H.II.rl..1 .dI 10 l'ir- b rr ESO! p. m. and steamboat
Veil. l.. .._ -..u..a... S.1kl. 'J arrive Fort iarrinCs too pI Nail- Axe Shcvf. !Saw :
.. :1 r' afraid lit H; :ht.So most heating & _. .. lira.- ....... _, ,.. -
; -
8 \ j In V\-% workSCASTORIA i.., ...... > '"..a4l*.(. .n..... <"II.L'- .ir>.> 4uup.m.rrlTe at "ort Siarrifleil lSp.t !. opplic:'. Cooking and Heating stoves Paint. Oils
li.'ii Mr and Mr". Hot : ,lciake -- --- Trains 'ene Yort Birranculor Penu Window OIa ;;. (tan". Pisfls and Fi-hm? Tackle

tlifir lionuthey tkk ever "u cola it

nnny l.als!! of day nil around the fmiitt CURE YOURSELF Tl5a.m.irrlTe: at Peniacola ._ 8:00 a. BllSu Agate and Tinware ana llouseiurnishing H )od"
at Hen (!ola_11:41 II.II
oonttoral arrive
Tn Bt O fnr m.
(.*,iol! mnj ti>jt) l-oup p. m.arrive at t'entaCola___ IU p.* FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL COMPANY"!
but I do 1.,1, !lw-it! \<' jou can >:m'"* trriUUuo tr alorntloDicf 5:'IO p m arrive at Peniacola 5.tS p B trAOE
mucous mtmtriDf : arrive feniacola_ ':4611. Giant stitched Belting Northampton EmeryWheel
I th rand't-h: tht-mvhc'* are. Th4y For Infants and Children C FuolMt. and not utruf "!Ttt:t5 p.p. m.m- arrive at Peniacola...... Ijop. Revere Co., Liftin & Rand Powder Co.. Johnson's!; Kilsotnine. .

f; .rv fire l-t..-t'-' *. Fr- l..'. tl.'.. are t't.lm. Die Kind You Have Always Bough:! OM S1ILOf5O1PiflOU&by Drv.gtita, 'tt, tar Win DATI.
I ILlri like our fin-rt'v*. "ny! much .f (cut la plala wrirr..r. F0& Coups k ('o.e' Raw Hide Lace Leather: MasurysMade
.tile I'T cipre,., prepaid. Cut ftGiaeola to Fort Barrancai and retorn tOo
.1 i t'rlghlerM Ir and Mr*. H .
< Colors.Masonic.
Bears the II.UJ, or 1 U4tl. UTS. l-en-acola Navy Yard and runrn._. Kt Railroad
!,.Ht! C and stick tlwm in CltnUr Mt>t eo r5ee$ Pen.&COII0 Palmetto iseacb and retarD IkfrXDAT PenaeoIa.FJa.
'::iR1\4tun of Temple. 1
"t j: tbe balk! of ci.iy. and there they stay HLi\V Ntrrc1.I-S. seE&DtrDI.

Ill.'tin? the whole n "st quite br-.t! - When weather permits the rcnnlLg c

with ll -ht.S ER the capt* .ownert open CO&CbCS-
; '.-onntr.i of tbe lirit- ,Leavi reniacola Lv Fort Barraa "' W.! B. WRIGHT GOfflPflfil.MAXCFACTCKERS
-_ you fun- Mr. and Mrs.' Rattle RIrdml : MYERS VOTES AGAINST! dits>.h ,. I.nngbim will t.t r<..- 9 a. m. 10 a. m.
1 .. for debt COD l r acted lit. m. III.
& nil th.- iitile ixntle: Wr-ls: : can sle x \
.. .
by the CT'ts of n id "f l.i 1p.m. 2 II.m.I
quite IH.Hfully: nIt' night: Urau tLeyin FREE SCHOOL BOOKS ( A 1-EATHIh-ToXf. II. III Ip.m. AND DEALERc fro
W L Wlttl'h I;..., { P-B.
.'w they "ri1 safe f/: "ui rll tnemies.A. Ip.m
: Senate Bill No. 132: A Bill to be '0n5gnre f't' p. m p m. --
a JI. m p.m ; LUMBER LATHS
entitled "An Act to provide for school NEITHKKtb. captaln owners Ip.m Tp.w ,
of Moreantown. Ind. had
R. Rass.
of Le Kt
books in the counties cf this State." nor on"lot'1 nb VAIl P0* BCFDAT
ten or twelve times in the Lutleizb will, '
to get up ( p-tpCQblble 'l\Iuol$ to art fcarraeeai SlTJ --'J INGLES-Klin.Drifl( !1J
; Eight and had severe backache and The bill passed the senate by a vote for debtS contracted by I He lard ana retnrs- SAWED CYPRESS
of said \'tut-I.
I pale In the kidneys. Was cured byFoley's of 17 to 11, Mr. Myers voting against crew PAr LN ?.4KEK.v Penuoolt rtinro_to Palmetto__ _eaeb___sn__._ la ... FLA.
: Kidney Cure. Sold by W. A. \ s?. Kn"ER.t rOo r sItIIn.Contgi's. PE
: D'Akmberte. 121 South Paafox! street. I it (Senate Journal Page 611.) ;JI4: T No relgnt received liter 1:1111. B. J






HEMlIlN! Indians
J.B Cheyenne Greatly Excited- "Let tbe GOLD DUST: twins do >our work."

I Councils of War Held. I I .

Guthrie, O. T.. July 7.-The Cheyenne II ,In
of all Bottled Beers. Brewed from Bohemian Hops.SOLD : State Senator. "
King EVERYWHERE.Tn : Indians near Calumet, in Canadian I I For County Commissioner. !{
The friends of Hon. W. A. Blount ,
county are reported to be holdinga I hereby announce myself as a :
hereby announce him as a candidate:

-- council of war, angry over an order f'r't: te henator from this, the Hec candidate for county commissioner, I

1 Issued by Major Stouch, Indian agent, and Senatorial District and respectfully from district 4, subject to the action ;

Inci-nloin SrhooIliOjM. i j A Gusher Is Expected. I prohibiting; them from practicing tor i ask the support' of all Democrat of the voters at the ensuing demo-
Mobile July Considerable excite.I! cratic primary July 15.
o The! IIU:"S "f the Lacoi ((111.I (tures, so-called Incident to their sun for niniat the cominrprimary

r.-M' built a sounbt ment wa caused in the vicinity of (dance. l D. W. C. YARBROUQH. I

of i the oil boring operations of the Mo-j For Representative.The .
> I The Indians are excited and the I ntaryeI For County Commissioner.The .
>i i."'! ..h>>.ion to show mile 011 company on Fulton road today whites near Calumet are becoming I friends of Scott M. Loftin take
friends of J. B. Roberts
: when it announced that !> this means of announcing him as a announce
> i sehlyd!ls. The boys was a
p. |frightened. Stouch has
Major apprised I him candidate
as a for reelection -
candidate for in the
1 Iti'-hiuoiul.. the se\en- small vein of oil had been struck of' Representative
the war department of the sit Legislature from Escambia county, as county commissioner t
i in .It'oi:.. i;. II. Ilicbnioi 1. the Beaumont quality at a depth of'j I' uation. About 2,000 Indians took and they desire the support of all from District 1, subject to the action.

i.. .( M''LII' d.I)' lie will be 1,140 feet. Experts who have ITI- part In the dance last week in cele Democrat In the coming primary.For of the democratic primaries July

I :. aeht.I ined the material that ia now being I j j 15. They believe that the material
I bration of their religious festival and
',r'.. another Ijiicon boy, taken from the well save that aa eooa ReoresenUtive. interests of the county demand his t

:- .dn.. uas made a teiU that as the drill gets through the rock in the tortures were to have closed the I GOLD DUST The friends of Henry C. Clopton I. re-election and tbey ask the support .,

,, ,'tl'l the attention of 1'rofess- which it is now boring oil will be meeting. This is the first time that t, will clean anything cleanable-clothes and d'shss.: announce him as a candidate for of every democrat in_securing_ it. i
the dances of the Cheywmes have pots aid pans. Coors and doors-In tart anytime representative in the Legislature i
county Miiwri.ntendent, to struck and the well will be a gusher I I
t.w from
cellar u an.s. GOLD DUST Uater.s libor. For Commissioner.I .
been stopped by the government au- lessens from Escambia county, and request* County
.ti-nt he has taken Itt | care.
thorities. the support of all democrats: in theconning announce myself a candidate for '
exhibit to the schools Baby Bond Act Invalid. I Made only by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY, democratic I election
primary. county
Chicago New York.:: BJsto:!, St. LOJ.S. as commissioner for If
''irity. Young Backer I Ala. 7. : I I
Montgomery July Judge district
AGRICULTURE IN MISSISSIPPI. Makers of OVAL FAIRY SOAP. No. 1. at primary to be held
l.jicou merchant and i31 Sayfe of the city court has dclar I I For Representative.The July 15th, and ask for the support of ;j

I Invalid the baby bond act under whish: friends of Chas. M.Coston announce all democrats. .,
Let the Man Do tbe Milling.
: : : Census Bureau Places Value of Farmsat I him candidate for !
--1 | as a rep- LEE
the .streets and sidewalks of Montgomery While it may be rather hard to say 1)ANiELL. -j
J" $152,907,000. resentative in the legislature from --- --- ---
Loy.ggist 1 have been improved. Under the j 1 I it is the fact that of the advantages '
I Washington, July 7.-The census yet oiifl E-cambia counvy and they ask the I For County Commissioner. i i iI
act over $100,000 of bonds have beta in the farmer himselfdo I
I ; support of all democrats i in the coming -
bureau has issued a report on agriculture The friends of W. A. Shelby hereby
issued the money expended for improvements :' i the milking: and take care of the primary.:
in Mississippi! on June 1, 1900, announce his candidacy for reelection
for and the cost assesssd i i milk and cream: is that in a short time
as countcommissioner
ELYS showing a total of 2:::0S03 farms valued +
Railroad '
For Commissioner. .
CENT the the fro It I he will himself with all the
I': cgR t BALM against property by supply neeesswry from district Xo.3 of cambia
at $152,907,1)00.) Of this :24 Recognizing the of the
percent fully rights
t TR Al. SIZE. solgR cpRtOIBHAAEVERM foot The owner is given 20 years to I conveniences for doing the work I county, subject to the action of the
represents the buildings and 76 farmers and producers to more con-
pay it on the Installment plan. The I I with as little labor as possible. It may democratic primaries July 15, nndask
sideration the hands of the Flor-
B llll cent the land and all improvementother at i
o 9/IIW validity. ot the bonds themselves is notlnvolvt'd per be difficult to induce him to do this ns ida Railroad Commission, I solicit for him the hearty supportof all
than buildmps. The value cf democrat !
a Wort.., V v Pal but property owners are relieved lung as his wife does the work, but the the support of all Democrats who .

ot paying further installment farm implements and machinery was I necessity will become readily apparent approve of the declaration cf principles Fur Conimisaioner. 'f j
,I, 1 $9SSC..n5, and live block J12C57,222.: :!:! : (tf he is obliged: to do the work. set forth in my platform.
a The total value of farm products for Copies of platform: -el1t to any one After due consideration I appeal !

To Make Fight for Land. 1899, which exceeds that for 18S9 by !i Foley's Kidney Cure purifies the addressing me at West Palm Beach, I. to my many friends and the demo ,
Aberdeen. X. C.. July The heirsof blood cratic voters as candidate for the t
by straining out impurities andtones Fla. K. HUP.-ON BURR.For I
40 cent, was $2,492.2S3.' of which ] :
COLD ''N HEAD \\' A. llethune, who died 40 years: ,. per up the whole system. Cures office of county commissioner from !

'I i-- nl 'J ,"le ana Mnvll.ul ago. have created a great sensation 82 per cent was in crops, including | j kidney and bladder troubles. Sold by County Treasurer. district four of E-cambia county.

j I Size luc at Druggists at Aberdeen by bringing suit for al- ,;., forest products and 17 per cent ani-I j I W.A.. D'Alemberte.! 121 South The friends d frank E. Brawner Please remember me at the primary

1'coal products. The gross farm iu-1 I i street. hereby announce him as a candidate election of the democratic party
land in the
EIY'! BROTHERS most all the place. They '
\\ arrl'n strert. Neworlt.. after come of the state in 1890 was $90,743-! for County Treasurer; of E-cambia I July 15, IW' D. \1. MEI1RIIT,
that the the
claim property !1 i I C5S, and gross income on investment ., --, I County, subject to the action of the : Olive, Fla.
death of their mother was wrongiy 4 c. :2 r T democrat primaries July 15, and

divided. Lawyers nave gone Into 4t per cent. 1 =;:' ..c'... r I"'" /" a-k for him the support of the voter For County Comminsioner.

I the case for the heirs and the Aber- j i I : ;....\,' I It" L$'< "" The friends of II. Rathwell of
r For Treasurer.I .
:: I'! I 0.5. I '
f deen people are employing a host of' The Best Liniment For Strains.Mr. I h\' : I' Bluff Springs hereby announce himas
It f : Have.Rheumatism I : : announce myself a candidate for
attorneys to represent them. i P. II. Wells, the merchant at renomination for the po-ition of a candidate for County Commissioner
I ,/ Inr from district No. oof Escam
I Deer Park, Long Island, N. Y., says: I 1 ,r\-, county treasurer of Escambu< coun-
Probable Fatal Auto Accident _
/f'/1 ; C, : bia county, subject to the action of
Hot Springs Ark., July 7.-Charles 1,': "1 always recommend Chamberlain's I II :"--/ l' j I'J J. ty cratic, ,;subject the action of the demo- the democratic primaries July 15,

i Uockefellow a prominent bathhouse I I|I Pain Balm as the best liniment for I ; ,'Iff f ,, .. J. W. FRATER. and ask! for him the support of the
$ and hotel man was seriously and It i* :,: strains. I used it last winter for a if IX =-r"::; voters.
;; _.1 / --
feared fatally injured in an automo- 'I!: severe lameness in the side, resulting I 'f".w. ; \, For Tax Assessor.I For Chairman Executive Committee.The .

great tested ted bile accident several miles east of this i I from a strain, and was greatly "!'i' ..' 'l" \ I hereby announce ir.yelf a? a .
OJ' 4 friends of John B. Jones
t U UR1GSOL I laliiorma I hereby
city. Mr. Uockefellow wag bora and ,' I candidate for re-election as Tax Assessor ;
will cure pleased with the quick relief and cure "': his
/ announce for chairman
f" atu, cures Liver Kidney andd. reared in Hot Springs and if QUO of I i'I I : Ji., for E-cambia county, subject
I .!t ases. caused by an excess of Its most prominent and wealthy cJtl- 'it, effected." For sale by all drug ,, X( f :i to the action of the democratic pri- of the E-cambia County Demo
It never flilll, and builds tip 'Yl July 15. cratic Executive Committee, subject
gists and medicine dealers.O.n..STOn.J.A.. \ mary
and strength while Ui'ni'! : it. lens and business men. to the action of the democratic
I of wonderful cerice. ,,_ _
trop for book of
voters the
"' Jl per bottie. For sale ,- jp "-* county at large at the
a. If your druggist ran nut $100 IJ.W.\HI> ,$ioo. I i 'I I Tax Collector.I primary July 15, and ask for him

'' ,will AdlnaUIcsi he pent prepaid upontoicaCa.LDSAngeIesCal The readers of this paper will be i .."the its Nord You Have Asars 80ql I Iagtat'11ll I! The Servant hereby announce myself as a the hearty support of the voters. .
I r"
candidate for re-election Tax Collector
pleased to learn that there i is at lea:: =t : Ilofl.. For Secretary Executive Committee.The .
] Ict i for Escambia county, subjectto
\ '
; I
or tilDistributing one dreaded disease that fcience : the action of the democratic primary friends of Ben D. Beers any

a;; been able to cure in all it,."tap: = Girl Question <$ July 15. flounce his candidacy for Secretaryof

IlaTar:: &. P.1! kln Drug Cot, Atlanta, Ga.t and that catarrh.. IlallS Catarrh i A. H. D'ALEMBEKTE. the Escambia County Democratic .
Cure i the -- -- -- --
Agenti. :; only positive cure now i iKn I* easily solved when you provide Executive Committee, subject to the
-- For Tax Collector.
')wn to the medical fraternity ,1 action of the democratic voters of
"""""" "'" '1 The automobile mailcart has "caught yourself with a Oas Range dur- The friends of Henry Bellinger an- the whole
county at the
d6require or" in Trance and is gradually to oust II j jI ing the heated term. If she "leaves" nounce him as a candidate for Tax July 15, and ask for him the primary support .

....,..... :-:::. - ;: '"::: iii nt. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken I the horse driven ehicle. i iI i iI you and you are obliged to do your Collector of Escambia county, subject of the voters.

PUBLICITY\ FOR internally, actin? directly upon the I The city of Rouen, France, bas 210:! i i cooking you will hardly blame her, to the democratic primary to beheld -- -,,-- ----

blood and mucous surfaces of the 'i establishments where washing and Ii i i when you have to suffer the discotnI July 15, l'H)2, and request the For Member Executive Committee.The .

) THE PEOPLE sy-t-m I thereby detroyingthe foun 'j Ironing are done by hand and not a single I forts of a coal fire during the summer support of all Democrats. friends of John Touart announce -
I d'atiita of the disease, and giving the
months. Gas
is clean, economical him
steam laundry.In For Member School Board. as a candidate for mem-
!jpatii-nt * j The friends of W. M. here-
Trance neither medical i
I constitution and in men nor !
Fiery Word Cost You a Cent, assisting nature your tire only when you actually mittee from precinct 12 and ask for
his for the
by announce candidacy
'doin work. The pharmaceutical chemists have legal ,
its proprietors
;! any need it. him the
votes of the
and democrats of
Fiery Word is Head ,
nomination member of the
as a
'I naveo much faith in its curative : right to receive a legacy from their the
By Everbody. II IIi school board from district No. 3, precinct at the primary July 15.
that oiler One Hundred ,,
pow.-r-, they I --
patients or --
---- -= -- -- = -:... .;.;...;..,,:- -.:,::....... Dollar for any case that it fails to I The Trench legislature! recently voteda Pen acola Gas Co. July subject the to 15th the, 1902.democratic primary For Member Executive Committee.The .

atoNiv TO ..JNJ). cure. Send for lit of testimonials I ,
.. Addre-s F. J. CHENEY & Co., law prohibiting the use of saccharine friends of Frank Reilly announce -
""" Toledo O. and all other artificial sweetening, with No. 3 S. Paltfox St.. Pensacola, Fla For Member Board Public Instruction.The him as a candidate for mem j

'1 T p 'l.''',\N->", -."and>n household all kinds of furniii per-- l'-old by Druggists 75c. the exception) of such kindred substances : friends of Hon. Elijah Ward ber mittee of from the County Executive Com- r.
precinct 13 and ask for
his candidate
announce name as a
'|j- IVrnii .a-y Htnctst a* are used pharmacies.
,"ia..:-.'I \ppytu.\\.l"hl: lbp Quarrelsome Kitten, CHOICESTOF for re-election as member of the him the support of the democratic I
1' I"r..t 'tffHt. Two Utl! Kittens: No more pecond hand corks may bn ,. I Board of Public Instruction from voters of the precinct at the primary "

-- ---- -- fold in Paris a-j the public health Com 1 I July 15.
(JII" stormy night I'I district No. 3 of Escambia county,
M, : !' :Nl'iia improved real es- Bit;an to quurnl luittoe Ins il.sooxfTHil: that such nrticles subject to the action of the demo-
i -Miiall 1 tK on Leilie amounts F:. itroolo.n low. And linn to t.ght. are l>einc collected! from all sorts :! FRUITS AND CONFECTIONERY[ cratic primaries July 15. For Executive Committeeman.

I A. 1-dUfox tit, Klihor of undesirable places lay rajrpu-kers I hereby announce myself as a .
One had -
Smliu a mouse For County Commissioner. candidate for member of the /
And the other hat none. who alter a more '.r less perfunctory :, -AT- I County
And that's the way cleansing <]i-i'""e of them to the deal I hereby announce myself as a Executive Committee from Precinct
'1 .:. \, -|ioyou nerd money The quarrel ttgun. I, candidate for re-election as county I Thirteen and solicit the support of 1
-ow amount want ers. C. APOSTLE'S
any you
t,, -' ternii and lowest rates commissioner from district 2 of J:,,- Democratic voters at the coming: ,
allrontmprovrdcity real "I will have that mouse," An interesting: bit! of old Paris is' cambia county, subject to the actionof primary. JAMESL.SWEENEV.For 1

\\n. Hiaer, 21.11touth; PaU- Said' the biggest cat. dooined to tli fil'L''ar to make way for I, 14 East Gsrenmit St. I the democratic primaries July 15, - I
\ou 11 have that ? i I
In-tt mouse Executive
1' Committeeman. ;
\\ e"11 see about that!" a huge building) to l.*> let out In flats.: and ask the support ')f the voters. 1

I .* V\l ru KOKKOW MONhVi No. 17 Kuo BeautrellK I! with its garcen I I I I Formerly Cordova Restaurant Htanc JOHN U. 1VEI iI. The friends Thos. W. Kent announce

i- tn-ure your property pro. "I wlU have that mouse," oovrrwl u portion of the formereeutetery ',, him as a candidate for member
> >f t.tir, buy or sell real es- Said the tortulbe shell. One car-load of Pineapples at 11.7J For County Commissioner.Mr. of the Democratic Executive : ;
of St. Paul, where Rabelais, .
'. ', '.} of any description, bare And, spitting and scratching, i i to $2.00 per dozen. Frank Johnson hereby announces Committee from precinct 13, subject Ito t
or your taxe! attended to, Moliere's wife and the Man With the
t i II'i .."i Tho" C. Watson Co. On her sister she fell himself: as a candidate for the action of the primary, and ask
t'. a. :I-isuranco Iron Mask were burled. < for him the of the
: Agonta Fensamoderate rejection commissionerfrom support voters. I
The old lady took i as county I
x-> To everyone tV= =GJ district four cambia ,
-.t fnmi in we will lead money The gweejiing broom i i county For Member Executive Committee.The i
: > l>:..ul a hou t!. 9d-tf And swept them both : subject to the will of the democratic

--,,- Right out of the room. i I!, + No other medicine Grist and Corn Meal f Pills, voters in the coming primaries. He friends of James McHugn announce l

J'( Ht """ -1.1:. JTE can tthow doe this for the reason that he his candidacy member of I
The ground; was covered I I IThJ'k I 05" R' a record of cures the County Executive .,
-- H S of itoinach ills ]B. F. CONZALEZ & CO., Prop i, wants the office and thinks he can Committee .
I I I .I 'K FI.Ollll.l.HtI! MEKntxd with lost snow, CELEBRATED equal to the Bit
.- farm with soma They had the mouse ters. This lithe I, Manufacturers the whole county. If his friends support of the democrats of the precinct -
>: 'iiuve in at once. Also for And had nowhere to go. I
'I I
best evidence of CHOICE MKAL AND PUKE GROUND interested at the primary July 15. I
'i.rketis. wagon, few 1111- \ Itsyalue.Itwlll and the people agree with '
L i I
a':-"hold ()crJi. Correspond Bo they lay and shivered I r N ; cure STOCK FEED him, he will appreciate their sup fi I J
p r. i >iu Ha. "jyl'* Beside the door Heartburn Fatrontie Home Industry for there li I port. For Member Executive Committee. I

I F r i -ie moil desirable lot In Till the old lady had finished .-. I,, every reason :you should bay your Meal and I The friends of W. B. Wright an-

'W i. e.y terms, by the Fisher Sweeping the floor _.... Belching, !Stock Feed from tbe Home Manufacturer, For County Commiss oner. nounce his candidacy for member of I II
'(I for doing home indni-
ffi' by: 10 you encourage
aII..ncy., S04', South falafoz l alm : And then they crept In TM Indigestion ', try.: Your money is left In the community The friends of J. W. Brewton of I the County Executive Committee o I,

Aa quiet as mire, :l'I Dyspepsia and ,. and you in tarn are Indirectly benefited district No. ;5 announce him as a from precinct 15, subject to the action ;! :
I a : In fostering the home manufacturer you ;
I'or its'ut.I All wet with snow candidate for re-election from said of the democratic primary July
Liver and i I i the of labor. You
contribute to cause
... ............... owe
--- ------"-"'- And cold as Ice, It to community: la which you live ana district, subject to the action of the 15, and ask for him the support of 41
: w "i.-..Iv furnished rooms at Kidney i: which contribute to Tour support. I primaries July 15. the voters of the precinct.
I'.ug .tr l't. alit And found It much better Troubles. I

'-- -- --- That stormy night SITTERS. I 1
--- --- ---- -- -- --- "- -
11.M ''I' NV Killed-Mule. To lie by the fire f RTSURErTt) I

., Then quarrel and fight oI-GO TO* .
I n o .r bu fur poor man. Hhort time f olxUu&ie cold.. I lsF PROfESSIONAL i
of 4n u name gr-Ealam CARDS. iI
1"'II'"n" or conducting your I
you-as from start. -----

". I. positions Barber College Knaranteed.Miller New. Foley's Honey and Tar ;, W. C. ROWE, M. D. i I F. E. BRAWNER'S.

-- No opiates. iI i, if'r
I Office: 17J S. I'alafoi. 'ri
\\ \ good solicitor; mil payinuUsloa i
to right one. \domc. FRED MYERS FRIEND j i H oar j from to i:10 a. m. aad 1 to :* p. m
":.i:. .>. matt :
and after 7 o'clockT
Ii-For> Seven will
1 Days we Offer the Following Prices:-& ::1
A\'l'EU. OF THE BEEF. TRUST lo.ono: GO.

\\ ;ivejoung i mea- from K-: I 1 20! doz Men's French Neck, dropri) Pair Men's New Orleans Hewed You should look at our line of
r 'unty at ouce to for
tiov.>rnment Hervica.prepare Ap- Senate Bill No. 18: A Bill to be PARKER'S stiched, undershirts for2oc; drawers or Cable Screwed Shoes, for this sale, Ladle High and Low Cut Hhoes. I!i

ate'i orrea. Inst., Cedar KapITJliu HAIR BALSAM to match. $1.2i3; solid leather. We can save you money '
entitled "An Act to prohibit arrange-:, .
ClMuw ud bnuurM tbt htll. 25 doz Men's
Striped Lace
\1111: .)-All kindi of empty beer ments, contracts, agreements, trusts PJom.IUWlAn' Pal to Boston, powth.9ear Or. r and Plain Silk Finished, an Kid Pairs Men's Hand Sewed Vici worth lfl>.I)8'yards, to close Lawn, fast colored a
Bur to ... Youthful Color. ; drawers Shoes in four different shape 'lC at 5c yard. t
H.A.FailDMAH. DOTttfMB or combinations, and certain other Coiw Ki p diws.e,a b., t.Wag.1oc.dtuoa at 45c each ; to _
--- -,, =--- -- Inn match. toes regular fl, for this sale ?2.9j a Muslin, regular .a<
POl.'Il'I\Y. acts or things Intended to or tendingto pair: goods to close at 4J!'c yard.
10 doz Men X-Bar Undershirt;
hinder or obstruct the law. ) 1oclose( ,
prevent yards Unbleached
> worth 50c, for 40c' drawers to match I have i
BROWN LEGHORNS DR. KING'S ; bought the full line of Levy.
.., y..11. tock and Ego foriale. ful sale of Florida fed beef, or other f 25 doz Men's Bcriven Patent, seam Pou Co. boys' shoes that I will close to 1 at 4f'c. 'I
___ .t WIIII'l Hardwarlll'o'a. mtf I yards Best Check Gingham
beef meat cattle or other edible'animal side drawers out at cost ,
or TRY NEW DISCOVERY worth roc, for this sale fast colored, regular 7c goods, for .
M.v 11; (;()()l'oi. In this state or tending I !| 3Sc. this Bile 5c.

)1 a "\R.'H"" the I FOR THAT COLD. 23 doz Boys Extra Size Pants, 12 to 123 pair Boys' Easy Walkers, regular 10 pieces J'
a: EIRiEManalaetarerA' to monopolize the sale of or price oOc goods to close at Sic pair. White and Red Table
:. ".,.-al..r. in Kaircioods, Bats.Toilet I TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. 17 years, worth II a pair, for this sale Linen, regular 40c goods; to close at
Oil. I j
r: eo. :sj i w. Government SOc 25c
75 pair Men's Low-Cut Patent yard. No one over 5 yards.;

1- Referred to the Judiciary committeeof I Cures ConsumptionCoughs, We carry a full line of Boys' Wash Leather shoes we have been selling 3') pieces Medicated 24-inch Cotton

Wt'I' Pur. "'; nCJahl.F which Mr. Myers was chairman. Colds Bronchitis Asthma Pants. Call and see them. at f2.aQ pair, to close at $1.75 pair. Diaper, worth &5c, for this sale GOc. .1"" ,
\0. : ,.,.,.,.,.. ,
.:0RttER.'L8 | -
5 furnished (Page 61.) PneuraoniaHayFeverPleu- -

t:-0. '.-bouquets Moreao! 8'j special eat Gregory deilini I' Judiciary Committee, after careful j' risy LaGrippe Hoarseness This Sale will Positively Not Run Longer Than Seven Days.

-- Sddimjilts examination, returns Senate Bill No.

t I. T 1-'1..0 \\. *. 18 without recommendation. (Page Sore Throat, Croup and

t d' Fad... 'sad tloi- 103.) Whooping Cough. ., Remember the place, F. E. Brawner's, Candidate for County Treasurer ::1

.. Eeiigni-
of Senate Bill No. 18,
It. :* ordered for customers, On passage NO CURE. NO PAY. r
I J. Moreno, Kj:: Welt Oregory. Mr. Myers voted NO. (Page 312,)" I Y1o 5 SOUTH PALAFOX 8TREET. '
l1D [Senate Journal, 1897]. Price 50C. and $I. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE. a. ; ..


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.: .-.:..: .-.:-- TAX ASSESSOR'S Wretched Hot Weather NAOMI LODGE I Strongest t in th 'W orM"d'The '

$ I* Politics and I Ii. BOOKS RECEIVED! Sufferers. INSTALL OFFICERS 42d Annual Statement for Yes

KUr at the Post Office at Fensacols Ending December 31r 1801 of

J'Ia..I8CODd-el..llllaUer, | \ The county commissioners met in Naomi Lodge, No. 10, Rebekah Sis-

raaatos OffICE street:-fltf, np-* lalr Building. 2114 south i.: Politicians. i special session last night, with Chairman ters, held a largely attended and enthusiastically J THE[ [DUtIABLE l[

THE NEWS PUBLISKIHO CO. sioners Welsh Roberts presiding, Johnson, and, Shelby Commis.and Paine's Celery Fellows hall meeting, when last the following night inpdd LIFE[ ASSURANCE! SOCIETY.

I Just one week from today and the Brewton present. The meeting was pfficers were instaled with appropriate

great battle of ballots will be fougb called for the purpose of receiving services: Assets ...... .... ... . .1331,03.22)

-Florida's first full test throughout N. G.-Mrs. F. M. Smith. I Reserve and other Liabilities
from the assesor books showing the<
the state of the primary system of CompoundSHOULD V. G.-Mrs. J. E. Long. .... ... .... ...... . 259.91s
PES8AOOLA, JULY 8, 19&2i assessment of property. Secretary Miss Mattie Yucovich.
nominating officers from United Assessor Richards was in attend Treasurer-Mrs. M. I. Petersen.R. Surplus(from which Dividends -

States senator down to constable S. to X. G.-Mrs. Jacob Kry er. are paid)... .... .! 71.129 t-.
f IN the current issue of the Kouth nace and presented his books, show- BE USED IN JULY L. S. to N. G.Miss Belle Brooks. ,
, And it's going to be a hummer. It'going Warden Mrs. S. de Thayer Paid to Policy-holders in
School and Home appears a the assessments made in the
ern to draw out a heavy vote. It' ing county AND AUGUST.The Conductor-Miss Minnie Woods. I 1901( ... ...... ..... .. ..t 97-14 _
the of Tallahas- that city
utemeot amounting In all to $5,650,745, an I' Chaplain Mrs. Gore. Sew Insurance in 1901.. .
is published, going to be a red-letter day-a dayof | 2459 :.: t ; ,
see, where that journal I Guardian Miss Hoist.! .
increase in the valuation of nearly; I Total Insurance in force
I i. situated on a part of the township work and excitement-for each of extraordinary variable spring O. G.-Mrs. J. E. Long. Dec. 31
of land donated to Gen. Lafayette by I half a million dollars. There are still and early summer weather of the I'' R. S to V. G.-Mrs. Edith SpencerI. 1901.$1,179,2tNotwithstanding :
: the candidates has earnest enthusiastic I ;
present year has been the cause a the
S. to V G.-Mrs Kemp. greater fiu-
:f Congress in 1824. Tallahassee-th< some property to be placed on the vast amount of sickness in part cial "
; workers. Now a word of every strength of the Society and t -
i1 city proper-I* located on section 36 ad-I asessment; roll, which will probably; of our country. Strong men and I greater security which its poll \'.
of township 1 north, 1 west, while vice to all concerned-keep ; women have been victims; the weak Don't Fail to Try This. holders ns:'

: the Lafayette township is 1 north, ]1 don't let your angry passions rise amount to about $35,000 or 140,000. rundown. and sickly have,suffered Whenever an honest trial is givento are LOW and GUARANTEES: be-.
,. The rate of taxation was then dis intensely, ana many families now ter than given by other cornpa .
east. Educational publications Let the contest be vigorous but mourn the loss of near and dear 1 Electric Bitters for tray trouble.ljt

tbould be particularly sure of historical friendly. Remember, this is only a cussed by the commissioners and1twas ones. 'is recommended for a permanent cure
The nervous, weak, rundown and
facts stated therein., decided to lower the rate three will surely be effected. It never failsto KXOWLES BiOS
-- --- family fight, after all. debilitated should now devote their ,
TUE Times-Union and Citizen, in fourths of a mill from that of the best energies and attention to health- tone the stomach, regulate the kidneys
building, so as to enable them to and bowtls, stimulate the liver, General Agents,
and cities of the That there will be a heavy vote I
; urging all counties year previous. The rate will be as of
withstand the effects
enervating [Invigorate the nerves and purify the 309 /S. Palafox St., PE S.-\I .
at the !
is evidenced
state to secure representation polled by large follows: the approaching weather. s e ,
l :blood. It's a wonderful tonic for rundown -
fair at Lake City in November The ue of Paiue's Celery Coni'
tate refers to Peusacola as "the I' number of poll taxes paid and the General fund ., . . .3% mills. pound will soon bring a return of :' systems. Electric Bitters posi- Need More Help.

next, enthusiasm manifested by the votersin School fund . . . .3 mills true physical strength ; the nerve tively i cures kidney and liver troubles, I
f fishing village we knew twenty will be fed and braced the blood |stomach disorders sleep- Often the overtax. ii nrlar. .
every precinct in the county.I Road and bridge fund . .2'% mills. ; ; '
years ago." Twenty years ago Pen- will be made purer and richer; digestion 'lessness, rheumatism neuralgia and lion cry out for t>. !'p l ht'}, ,!ir.l:' ,
eacola had CM5,! inhabitants. /Sixteen Fine and forfeiture fund. *i mills. will be corrected, and sweet,, expels malaria. Satisfaction guaranteed i pains, nausea, d:zz:n. -- /i. >aLiver ,

-we havn't at hand see that in the absence of Chairman j Bond fund . . . . t fc mills refreshing sleep will take the place !I by W. A. D'AIemberte, druggist i complaints an l \>.,\\. < ,. r

years ago Pensacola's Chas. B. Parkhill of the democratic State fund . . . . .3 mills of insomnia and irritability.Paine's 'Only 50; cents I I Such troubles call! for' !. n-: u\i'\
the statistics of lhi!- Celery Compound i is doinga i I jof Dr. King's New l.i-. P, Tare i

export to foreign ports were valuedat executive committee, Secret marvelous work for the sick and gentle, thorough an., i 1 L ;" "

fll1tOi3.: and in Uxr were valuedat tary Dan Murphy has found some Total . . . . .17 mills suffering at this time. It is the only : ONE OF THE MANY MYERS' ( to cure. 23: cents atV .\ Iberte's > ,

thana The of finances then I preparation that possesses value and drug store
J14,4su,2bl.! /Somewhat more matter cam |
important business that has: necessitated virtue for recruiting the strengthand -
"fl-hing village even twenty for discussion the of the ,
the calling together of the :up report spent energies of weakly and I II I
years ago. treasurer showing that there was but sick people in summer time. The I HERE MYERS VOTES NO.
-- ------ --- committee in extraordinary session, trial of one bottle will give you hap Senate Bill No. 28. A Bill to be entitled ,

THO!'.: members of the last legislature next Saturday night. Wonder whatit I a very small sum on hand. An examination py results. !.i "An Act to prevent unjust dis

who voted against the militia can be? of the reports of the various 'crimination in the rates charged for I House Bill 95, Page 1171. A b

reorganization bill and are now seeking I county officers then ensued, which: THREE MONTHSOF transportation cf passengers and to be entitled, "An act relative to ti r

re-election will be interested in This is the night for the grand I freights by railroad companiesand receipt, shipment and delivery -t i

the announcement of the 8t. Augustine Myers rally at the house showed that the largest amount ever I : other common carriers, and freight by railroad companies ar J

Record that "the members of opera before known at this season of the DROUGHT to prohibit railroad companies and '':'other common carriers, and to cor"c P'
From what I can learn it's going to
the state troops and their friendsare i year, was yet unpaid on taxes. It is I other common carriers in this state :railroad companies to transport ;ar i
close tab" them be a corker, too. I hear they are '
t keeping upon estimated that here is now due the I from charging other than just and return cats received from con nee: -3

and seeking to prevent their renomi- going to run free excursion trains to J25.000 taxes which In response to several inquiries I. reasonable rates, and to prevent the j i lines of railroads to construct s.o,-a<
county over on I "
nation unless they are willing to bring a big crowd from the countryand concerning the actual conditions of I granting of any rebate, discount, over and connections with each ct 'er <
accounts for the small amount credited -
of action at the next
make pledges that there will be the usual rally the drought which has existed in j I weights and other special terms to ,, lines." Mr. Myers voted NO. :-.uif*
cession favorable to the militia or- to the various funds. 1 _
Pensacola and its immediate persons, corporations, or firms, and to
around the beer kegs at their club
of tale, bold Vicini-I
-- The cause After discussing other matters, the 'provide for damages for violating the Grass Shears that will cut
er boys" is one dear to the rooms. Well there ought to be a big ty for the past three ,
meeting adjourned. I conditions of this act and to prescribea at the Willis Hard
al of the people. crowd. Free railroad fare, free beer NEWS gives the following record I are
-------- I mode of procedure of rules and evi- Go's.Itahaiui. )
BECAI-SE THE NEWS deprecatedthe and the opportunity to join in an ex kindly furnished by Dr. Bunne- dence in all cases." Mr. Myers voted -
issue destined to come before the citing political demonstration usual- meyer, observer at the local weather NO on the passage of this bill. (Sen- llon"rn ITowtu
I in TjEj-Itoam.Ue
ctruui cuw for Wo-tt.L;
state committee by reason of Sena- 1y does draw a crowd. But men do REQUIRING RAILROADS .1 bureau station, of the rainfall, in ate Journal. Page 1211. 20june2tIf I

tor Frank Adams' refusal to comply inches and fractions since April 1: :
not always vote as they shout, particularly a Man Lie to You, SECARTSJATH HOUSE
the regulations prescribed by TO BUILD DEPOTSSenate
with News breaks under such circumstances April-7, .12; 13, .7514; .63; 26, .05; And say some other salve, ointment, !I
that body, the Japer
I i Deep water sea bathing, night .1'
forth into vehement denunciation of as these. total, 1.55 inches. lotion, oil or alleged healer is as goodas day, for white people only. Speci..

our remarks as "a mass of misstate- I Bill No. 74. To be entitled, May-7, .03; 8, .28; 13, .01 ; 14, .01 ; 15, nuklen'srnica Salve, tell him i i compartment for ladies,with lady at

tnents," but fails to convict us of the I I hope, however, that there will ""An Act to require railroad corporations .2116, .0:317; .62; 18, .0321, .2;;; 22, thirty years of marvelous cures of I i I bath Neatest in the, best and cleane-

charge. It ttes! a plea "in confes- also be a large attendance at the to construct passenger depots on ,27; 2:3. .01; total 1.75 inches. Piles, Burns Boils, Corns, Felons, I:, cents. FKINK city. SKJAKI Kaths

lion and avoidance" as the lawyers meeting of the people who are not I their lines of roads and to provide a i June-19,1 41 inches. Ulcers, Cuts, Scalds, Bruises and Skin Cor.- Cevallos._ and Z uragossa I'tu -
of which is based therein. Eruptions pro"e it's the best and
it say, one count upon attracted beer and bluster. Those I penalty "
by I Total, April 1 to July 5,4.71 inche cheapest. 23 cents atV.. A, D'Alem- i
its own mi'iuiut of our language. I On the passage cf the bill Mr. pcs
Where we said that Mr. Adams was who have already made up their Myers voted NO. Bill passed 16 to j i The average rain-fall for April, .berte's drug store.- f I IPENSACOLA ; fl. Soderlind

the only candidate "for that office" minds to vote for Uen. Lamar, will I 3. (Senate Journal 1891.). 22june2t ; based upon the record for several CLASSICAL !. ,

who had thus refused meaning the I believe,be more strongly convinced -, Shake Into Your Shoes I years, is 3 48; for May,3.33: ; for June SCHOOL ...THE TAILOR,...

office of state .euator, the Jasperpaper than ever that they are right,
and for the first five days
prints the only candidate for I Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder. It I 5.36 inches, Third Annual ."eh>inn Begins Sri" I WM WKST GOVKK.NMKNT: HT ,
after they have heard Mr. Myers I of 1.00 inch that should timber !", ItHTJ: ard Ends: '
I July so
ofllce." The other counts are equally cures painful, smarting, nervous feet : ; > Will for the next *) days make suitsat
peak, and I really believe others I and nails and I Inches Jim I_, 19(13. I' 25 less than
"dehors the record, and hence ingrowing instantly have had, since April 1, 13.17 per cent regular

invite no discusion.WH will be convinced that Lamar is the I takes the sting out of corns and of rain. The deficiency, therefore I prices:
_ ions. It's the greatest comfort bun-I Dying Mt-n't HuH !.>(J
n I j best man for them to support if they for this deriod is 8 46 inches. The aim of this school ito provide I ;'YIDII LndiPh' Multi ll.m I to l.'ii
EX the present legislative/ apportionment 'I overy of the age. Allen's } thorough HIGH SCHOOL and Men Knits wtf mn Cleaned II l im

was made a part of the I will attend the meeting tonight, then Ease makes It is tight certain or new for shoes sweat feel The deficiency during May was I COLLEGE PREPARATORY i in-I 1, lifb'Huits enhteaii Htrnnt)Cleaned Clesuwtl "ic; to II 4K ftMeD'Tou I
a cure
the /fcjtarke Telegraph -. what hear with what say. struction. The school is of especial .
constitution, says compare they I ing, callous and hot, tired aching not much felt, as the showers durIng Hint: Now is the time to hay i
interest to three classes: :
"Bradford and other of the they know of the issues in this cam feet. Try it to-duy. Hold bv all that month were fairly well distributed 1. Those who having completedthe I i your winter Clothing put in good
! solidly democratic counties were I druggists and shoe stores. Don't grades of the public school wishto shape. This otter is for thirty day-
paign. substitute. mail for although below the average I I only. Mention the advertisement
given their representation because accept any By their studies further with you saw
25c.! in stamp*. Trial package FREE. pursue in THE DAILY NEw
I tome of the larger counties were There is to be a most interesting I Address, Allen B. Olmsted, LeRoy, nearly: fifty per cent; but doing out 2.having Those who home.wih, with the aid : otherwise the regular price will bl'

afraid to trust thenis-elves. We are N. Y. June there was only one shower, and i I charged.
meeting of the Democratic League of the careful individual attention i
now afraid to tru..t them, and so i while it was heavy, its duration was that can be given in I I .
I I --- -- ----- -
at Clutter's hall Thursday night. I
Jjnga it is possible we are going to Notice Tax aud a longer session to advance
to Payers 50 minutes and it was therefore -
only : 134
134 134 134 134
bold to what we've got as a recompense hear there are to be some warm more rapidly than is possible for

for erviu well performed in of little benefit. them in public schools &>-jSi. -;-..ArtiA rj-. ;j
!> speeches-thespictest yet made. All
3. Those who are fitting themselves -
the ra -t." Well, now, that sounds democrats are invited to attend the The City Tax Assessors I ------- for college.In \i 134 <- -S-| 134

queer.Ve had believed that the Treat Your Kidneys For Rheumatism. addition to the usual instruc- Auto's Telephone-..

constitutional apportionment made meeting. book will remain open during When you are suffering from rheumatism tion in English, Mathematics His :

based' population, -- I July and com- the kidneys must be attended tory, Geography, Latin,etc.,instruction .1341It 1/ II for TK Public* IT'btQ" use. .134 >
Jn 1C'i; w'ai ; upon Democratic League speakers will any I Ito is offered, willt'iut tjrtrti tuition, ., .
i the con-titutioual rule then plaints must be filled with ; at once so that they will eliminate I in Greek,French,German and Bpan-: I 00; "
address the voters at Bluff :Springs: i 134"
ibed for future apportion- the uric acid from the blood. Foley's.Kidney ,, i-h. The school is conducted at the' 134 134 134 134 .

But what were the "ser- I tomorrow afternoon and at CentuQ'tomorrow the\ assessor before August I Cure is the most effectiveemedy 1 corner of West Gad'den and Spring I!,
I streets, in a building which is to
vices" which entitle Bradford to two night.I 1st. I for this purpose. It. T. Hopdns be arranged to adapt it especially to .

representative, when, according to J. T. WUITIXG, of Polar, \Vis., says: "After unsuccessfully ; the needs of the school. EVERY
I told that Hon. C. M. Coston
am three for
constitution it has been enti- 1 doctoring years I I The number of pupils in attend-
the I I says he is tired of the country meetings Ijylw City Tax .1. !ssor. rheumatism with the best doctors, I'I''', ance is limited. Hence those desiring -,
tled to but_one_ since I I tried: Foley's Kidney Cure and it' admittance should communicateas
i I ; that there is no warmth or I cured me. I cannot speak too highly I i early as possible with the Princi HOUSEWIFE
enthusiasm in them. This was said of this great medicine. Sold by pal.
i I A. D'Alemberte, 121 South Palafox I For further information, terms and
The fl-cal year ending June 30.1WJ after the night he, John Burns and South street. addressH.
C.; y, Thompson, No. 11 I catalogue, Needs a Bottle

l't'II"acolreconl year for Joe Brown went out to Beulah to CLAY ARMSTRONG,
was i Palafox street, ha* just opened a I Ii Principal, orPEKCIVALH.WHALEV.

values in foreign exports, the aggre speak ; the night their jugof whi-key i new supply of Linen and Bond i i "I 'ieu'r Knew Pain Killer f r Tail I J R", I'' of Turpentine!

g&te-fll.t J l-bnni? nearly Fri 7tnn ,- aud box of cigars were toot out of !! white, blue and with(' before, what can the matter be? ': \"i-h"t. whether for Cleaning Beds 'Ir ;
Papers gray Where is the bottle? 'I here, I ---- -- '.
'I Clothe, or for filing of Inu'
of the total for latiQ their vehicle the there
night wa I
> in exce 4 ; Envelopes to match, Oxford sizes; thought so; it is not Perry Davis' I N....................... Cuts Brnin, or anything ," i
which wa* then the largest in the I only eight voters and no ladies to : aUo Foreign" Mail Tablets with En- Painkiller at all, but something the ;: Everybody knows the value of P !

history of the port, and more than a I hear them. Hut Mr. Co ton isn't : velopes U match. Ink, Pencils, druggist mu=t have made himself i Buy a Hammock ; Spirits of Turpentln and in or'.'. i
I and I did not notice it; I have used : 5 to get thfl genuine article, see t J
million in excess of 1H01. I near *o tired of the country meetings I Penholders, Blankbooks, File etc., Painkiller for years for diarrhoea: ; it it put up by theBuffalo 'i
I etc., always on hand. cramps and stomach aches and it' jt AND KEEP COOL; .< i :;..
The tonnage entered for this last a* the country voters are of his I .
Phone 2.54. never failed. .
of i ---- .
fiscal year exceeded the total I speeches. I II .


named, while the number of vessel ; Cleaning: ladle! skirts and waist i ESTABLISHMENT : t SINKERS and POLES :

was leg: than in either of those two. i Is one of OT specialties. Star:: Laun I finest line of sterling silver I. .
dry. I goods and silver novelties is to be b< TO CATCH FISH ..o& :
showing that the ;steam tonnage was I found at J. I. Prices to
I Stephens'! .
I Fi'h chowder will be served every
largely in exce" the total thereof I Sunday eVfotlin Private partiescan : please all.MEAT II .

being 400,473, the largest; in the history CatarrhIs 'I arrange to have the same or i ;I 1 Baseball Supplies ; L ,4
I other refreshments served at anytimednringthe & MALT ha a marnlou'I' .-
of tllt.l'rt.. week reasonableterms '
a constitutional disease. I dietetic value. While refreshingand I SI.'CH AS .
of bee manazer 'I'
While the exports yellow pine
I, It originates: in a scrofulous condition ot 1 CHAS. H. BURTON. pleasant to take, it helps assimilation : : Bats, Balls and Masks : Mfg Co.
and lumber, as well ail of j
timber I the blotxl and depends on that condition. i -- -- -- .
of food. Sold
It often headache and dizziness, All Hot Weather Enemies byDANNHEISSER : ROM g .
hardwood., ro=iu aud phosphate i causes Of I 9 it P
impairs the ta..te. smell and hearing af- i I BROS. who Guarantee Absolutely
were less than in the volume of I fe<'ts t he vocal organs.disturbs the stomach. lof humanity cholera is .the wort. Coe's Book Store.
It is always radically and i-ermam-ntly ;. Treatment to be effective must be 1 Only 10 Cents a Bottle
wheat shipments was greater by cured by the bloodunfyin, alteratneaiid prompt. When vomiting, purging PROFESSIONAL CHIROPODISTE. -

more than 65 per cent; of coal ty tome action,>( and swat announce tha; the d' ........................

ease j U present comb it with Perry St. Clair Thomas will remove chairs and
All kinds
more than 1.;.!tI per cent; of cotton Davis Painkiller. All bowel trouble -i corn, bunions and ingrowing nailstwithout

by nearly 21 :s percent; of turpentine This treat medicine has wroueht the most *. like diarrhrei. cholera morbns pain or blood. Will call at Do you want a magnificent watch rocking chairs at 0111 arsfo1ZQuina's.
wonderful cures of all diseases depending and dysentery are overcome by Pain- for little money? If so, call OL Prices are 'pry
by more than 55 per cent, and of on scrofula or the scrofulous habit.fILLe killer. It is tquilly health-promotI your residence! if required. No. oil Stephens, the jeweler. He will acI .
- -
tobacco by more than 63 per cent. I lil'toD' are the test caituruc. lug in all climates. South Palafox street." lOjltn I commodate you. \\low.


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: No. B008.e .

.0'NEAL, President; F. C. NORTON, Cashier .

i.*.j. rOSHEr,Vlce.Pruident; M. E. CLARK Ass't Ciihier. Bread is the Staff of Life: :



Has the LARGEST CAPITAL STOCK of any bank in the State. __\.

prompt, courteous and careful attention given to all business en- \ t,

trusted to its care.


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a r+ n O Xi S T E H 33 H. I


r. xis and Refinishing Furniture a
Special .i j
Pllano 40D. Pensacola Lodge Xo. 3, K. of p, the benefit of the Order cf FLOUR I
held a very important and largely Railway Conductors, a grand picnic 1 '1/ / i

- R. K. WHITE, attended meeting last night. will be given at Magnolia Bluff to- \ .

Grand Chancellor W. A. Allen installed morrow. \ ::1
* I jUr, Manufacturing Jeweler
the following officers for the Tickets will be sold at 2-') cents, including -
t.raJuate Optician,
i' j ensuing semi.annual term: transportation to and from

r.;foi M. p.D foillu P. C. Monroe .
Campbell.C. the Blutt.

- C.-H. A. Lee. Trains will leave Union depot at 9 > !
._ H v'_ Always
V. C.-D. D. Burnett. a. in. and at 2:30: 3, 7:3u and 8 p. in., ., .

: P.-\V. Macon.. returning at 3, 3:15;, b:15 and 11:30p.

HEWS HOTESIi {) M. of W.-Monroe Campbell. m. .,

/ M.. A.-S.H. Brewton.J. Wilkerson.I. attend.The public is cordially invited to j LEWIS BEAR & CO., Agents.

i- ,., .jf Century: is i in the O. G.-Henry Pfeiffer. The following prizes will be awarded i I
The semi-annual report was read the winners in the various events:

..... ing of the Peuaacola and exhibited very satisfactory Rocker, given by Eseainbia Furniture -I
Co., to most popular conductor's THE WEATHER ESSSESHSSSSSESSSESE
l i.ty tonight.: result wife. I 52525

:r' a: birs ins oilered by Bottle cologne given by William I ri Ov
*:hoe Co.: in their adveruy. MR. MYERS NOT VOTING. Bhimer to prtttiest girl baby under 2 I TODAYTemperature

I years old.Center a
table given by Marston &

>t Jaa. Stringer, colored House Bill 215, Page 1077, A bill to Quina, best looking young lady. in Last 24 Hour:
C. I. Mann for most
-i:if-y. caught fire about 11.. I Pin. given by Maximum..... .._.......... ... .. .... W degrees
be entitled, "An act in relation to
popular conductor grounds. Minimum.....-........... ..........___..__.. ,:1 degrees %
.Ialt. The damage wasw $10 Guitar Clutter Music House to .
insurance companies in this state. I I i I .
I most popular candidate on grounds.
(The bill became a law and makes I i Plaque, given by P. Lindenstruth to ;I Temperature Elsewhere: < 5 H5Z5252S HSE5Z5H525H52S i
of '
t a'pecial Mln.
best looking married lady on grounds. Max.
1 i. nub Thursday, July insurance companies, when judgmentis Straw hat given by Bass & Co., to I Atlanta?? ...... ..............?...... {Oo 72
I i Bismarck ..... ....... _.. .... ......7* M
::,. P.uinef s of import- against them, pay the attorney'sfees ugliest man on the ground. I 1 Cblcago. _... ........?.................. fl t'Jo
H requestedI of other side.) Mr. Myers did Picture by O. M. Pryor to most !i Cincinnati...............?_......_..W 7rf
t \ -y u.mber (Galveston._.. ........... .... M 78
I I II not vote. 28june1w popular engineer on ground. I Huron........_.. ...........?...?-_-M M
I Bottle of Cologne by 1V. A. D'Alem-I Jacksonville ..........._._. ..__111J 7i Monday's Offering
train over I berte to the prettiest boy under 2 Kaneastity._...... ..._........_W M
w ::1 I b -peciil Key West........ .. ..... .._......... i* 714
.' ill r .u 8 o'clock tonight 1 STOLE FIVE yEars old.ParaOol Memphis .. ..... ........... ......_ W 7"
.. by Wm. Johnson & Son, to Mobile ..... .. ... .......... .. ......... \oil 7A
.".. t- peaking at the opera best lady dancer. .. .. ...............11'0 76
reduced tow Montgomery ...... .................. y! 75
'; had trip fare GALLONS OF RUM Umbrella by J. M. Coleman, best Newyork..7v r", WILL BE '
gentleman dancer. a'\'annl1b. ... ... .. IM 7118t.
I Photo Album by C. R. Johnson,I Louie ... .... .-...... ... .. ...1.2 HI
I ---- -- -- -------
era; hone rally to- lady having most children on the .
'. :-.Ur drill of the E--. Lewis Gonzalez, a West Indian grounds.Hat I. LAWNS LACES
i will b* hld at 7W: by P. Stone to party selling m k iJ ,
negro, was bound over to the criminal highest number of tickets
--I .1. f tnU'Uil hour. A
4 l <. .- rHj'1.-ttd.f : court this morning on a chargeof : pats i; \VTjr&: B.: Forbes to largestman -AND-oBoys'
being a dangerous and suspicious on the grounds.
will b.! :ul inrtting; of either l Stt glasses by B. Gerson, most
jfiitif LUfi.'r. ..r I lidi' cia-e* of cluracter. pcpular married lady on the grounds. PERSONALS

"'('n-.!, III., Athletic Club at the I Tom Keatou, white, testified before Box Candy, by Nol 1 Cahn & Co.. to Wash Pants
I most popular young lady on the ;
aiuiii! bf re fall. Notice will j the mayor's court that Gonzalez I ground.
v' w'M. ;',f cl.i--f are to be Pair shoes by Meyer Shoe Co.. toswiftest
i came intoorman'" saloon yesterday : Customs Inspector Chas. Quina
under 1C in 50
7. !J.MEALED lady years
I I afternoon, appropriated a five-: yard foot race.VISITORS. went over to the quarantine station

gallon demijohn of rum, carried his i this morning to relieve Inspector SEASON'S: DEMANDS FOR DAINTY, COOL LAWNS,
GUN F. }O Wa3hlngton. THE and Laces still with manufacturers still
treasure into the back yard and hidit Catchy are strong 1
I' TO Mr. Lee L. Smith and wife of New controlling the situation. The continued hot weather, with every
with the evident intention of carrying
COSTS OWNER $100 : Orleans arrived this morning at the indication of an unusually prolonged season, makes them reluctant to

it oil when night came. Kea ATTEND PICNIC Merchants.: Mr. Smith is here in the part with stocks and in consequence hold for strong price. Despite the

ton said he went out and recoveredthe :' interest of the Times-Democrat. strong market tendencies we offer Monday's selling:

.: it Hartmau's bak-
property. Professor Edmund Hall, director
\ / -aa treet, lVi1tid
irrapo A large number of Selma people ''of the Pensacola Athletic Club, who
> got have signified their intention of Ms now confined to the house by illness

: ,v.r the exchange of a relatives and friends of Mr. ; expects to be on the streets TORCHON LACE AND INSERTINCSAn
coming to Pensacola tomorrow and SHEER LOTUS LAWNS. *
"u-e epithets. James McWilliams, recently deceased attending the picnic of the railroad again in a day or two,

"i lM liy Williams out desire to thank all who so conductors at Magnolia Bluff Mostof Judge Geo. 8. Hallmark expects In Dainty Stripes and Figures; Bummer ideal Wash Lace for !garnishing -

a (nit the latter! was too kindly ministered to him in his ill- thee are members of the Selma I to leave tomorrow for Jacksonville a Wonderful Variety of Colorings, Wash Petticoats Underwear, t-lc. The actual Fancy
brotherhood, and have always I to assume his duties as statisticianof worth is B,8J4 and lOc. For :Monday
tud whipping out his and burial.Elegant one of the mo t popular sellers we
.. ness shown the greatest friendship foi the state board of health. His Tuesday and Wednesday it will be
ttmnl to make a
job have had this season.If .
I, mki-r, making Knight china closets and interest iu anything done by the I family will join him there in the :

'. Tl.fc matter quieted local lodges.A fall. you are here bright and early 6c yard,
sideboards and leather-
large representation from Mont. Mrs. J. H. Bull and children the choice of
1 it getting hurt. arrived you get patterns at 6 for .
anyone yards 21.5c,12 yards for 4 c.I'o .
seat chairs at Marston $ is also expected, althoughno here from Buffalo
'- wcr- reported to OHicer gomery | yesterday -itivel'y not a yard at these prices
w irr.ttd'iIliams.. An Quina'S' Low prices; easy official notice has been received j and will leave soon for Key West, 10 Yards for 35c. after Thursday, i I'

,. wj. tried by lie may- payments. as in the cage, of the Selma guests I headquarters of Seventh Light house

il 4pa4u i for carrying con- All of them are expected this afternoon J j district,of which Capt. Bull is now

ii-. He paid the line. I Try THE NKWS Want Column. .__ ___ h__ ___ I commander.The o* 200 Pairs Boys' Wash Pants #

Saves a Woman's Life. I Ivy Club is arranging to give

.. 'one of their enjoyable dances at
would have meant
To have given
death for Mrs. Lois Cragg, of Dor i Magnolia Bluff on the evening of: .1
t* chester Mass. For years she had Friday, July 25. Make a note of '\

A FRESH SHIPMENT OF = endured lung trouble untold and misery obstinate from a cough.severe i: the date. You are going to be invited o* Choice Monday at JOe Pair. & ];

"Often," she elites, "1 could scarcely to attend.

$ -_ _,':;' ,- _' }breathe and sometimes could not 1 Mr. and Mrs. Phil. G. Caro havereturned ,. --,--------- ..------.------." ---.--- --- ..--- .-- ". -----.-
----- All doctors and remedies failed
speak. from their
i ( wedding tour

J ...SM ITH Fl ELJTH AMm ... till for I Consumption.used" Sufferers Dr. King's and from was New coughs completelycured. Discovery, colds, are through now Texa at home and to Colorado: their ,many and W. J. & B. FORBES. ;

--: .- throat and lung trouble need this friends at No. 412 West Garden
: -,-.'::. ='=-; = grand remedy, for it never disap- street.
/ *iif points. Cure is guaranteed by \\'. A.
f' Miss Missouri" Cawthon left Atlanta -
D'Alemberte. druggist Price, 50c
JUST RECEIVED. i and fl.OO. Trial bottles free. today for Portland, Maine, as a !
If You Buy Them at the Boston i"hoe Store, They are Oood I
delegate to the national convention I'i

; = nf the Young People's Christian
FRESH-FLORIDA SYRUP This weather makes the Union of the UniversalHt church.

grass grow. You can buy ,, She will later sing at the Ferry Bach ;

t IN 75cts PER GALLON. lowers. Park meetings. Boston Shoe Store
f GALLON .JUGS, k and Grass Shears from the Prof. H. Clay Armstrong will fMO .

; R 'Willis Hardware Co's. lave tonight on a three weeks'

\vi HANDLI I HE SANTA: KOS\' pleasure Mr. Percival trip. H.During Whaley his will absence look N D7Y. @ti :;
;M. F. Gonzalez & Co's Corn Meal =
9UKI-1 BATHING. KSTAUMSHMKNT: after the interests of the Clan"ical

School and will cheerfully give information Ladies'Pat. Leather Tip Oxford, worth $2.((), :Monday ..... .... .....$1.40 ;
C, Bathing in the warm suit waters io i; relative Ladies'Black Kid Pat. Leather
thereto to Fancy Hcroll Oxford worth 00.Ladies'
conceeded to be the finest" in the interested.G. anyone Monday .. .. ..... .... .. .. . ... ..'.. .. ". ...' .. ..11.40 1 1

& C0.t Everything-Good week.board Lnncheonprompt-and plea"ure lodging" with, by!' F. Fletcher, travelling man for $2. lJ Black:Shoes: .ih.... ..;... .Leather. ....;.. .,..Heavy. .... .. .Sole... ..:..Rope.. .. ..'H'ti.. ...;;.,. .regular..... ...$1.95 J.I i\i[
the day or
: SOLJCAHN ly ;;served at all hours, day or night. the Seaboard Air Line, was here last Ladies' Pat. Vici, Medium Sole, Cuban Heel, Regular i; rh/e.....$2.20
night, reginerinar: at the Merchant
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2tn-tf Manager. When Mr. Fletcher retired Ian
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-- night he turned the gas out, but instead -
: Marston $ Quina carry of stopping: at that it wassturned BOSTON SHOE STORE
\ '- mer Palafox and Intendencia on again and something
p the largest line matting, rerious misht have happened had ,

a c \78. .< t< Pensacola Fla. = I II rugs, window shades, etc., not the odor from the escaping Qaa X.\TII.\X f'*. rOHCIIIDIJU. Proflrietor.Leaders I
caught the sharp nostrils of a porter
in the city lay our who investigated, found the source

d :\X: -.,....,"'......... .. .I: matting free. ,I and eliminated all danger. of Low Prices. 117 South Palafox Street.


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Forty-Two Stores, Residences and and Hopeless Nicaragua Capital-
Other Buildings Burned. '" ist End His Life. ,
No. 38 Perry Street. DETROIT MICHIGAN.
Wilmington. X. C.. July 7.-The inert r Chicago July 7.-B. W. Pyle. ownerof

disastrous fire In the history of the : Help and Health for Those Who Now on -third of the city of Greytown

town vUitf.l Clinton:! N. C.. yesterda.. : Nicaragua: has committed suicide by A couple of winters ago I Wine of Carotin makes w>

Tfcf damage is estimated at Jlto; Cry "Oh! Dear. I am Really Not himself in the head in the and slipped fell on flat a oa frozen back.sidewalk On lug men their more weakness womanlY and by c j-
(/\(>, with insurance exceeding! $20. After in- I I my
ca Garfield Park sanitarium. i
!,I being examined I found that ing them stronger. Wine ,f
('i0Tie : Well Enough to Work, But I am vesting his fortune in the Centre I had sustained internal injuries Cardui cured Miss B. w>! start*! from an unknown i American city living for 15 years In : which laid me up for more :Asa medicine for all w''a

W'We In J. H. Carr's grocery store.It Obliged To." hopes that the rnited States: would than two months. After that .in every trying rr.j ;f

spread and swept everything.. to On build a canal through Nicaragua seeing I I noticed that I had pains in -. their lives can you think of i:
the back and which I better medicine f
of 0 J. Powell crossed to I groin f\'otlrsdf.
(i.rn r and arother route adopted and finally!
had before. I doctored sister
I I never your your daughterort
for otr..T Mde: of the street and to'j: totally blind in his 78d year, 'I j
How often these significant words are spoken in our great mills, becoming and doctored for several your mother ? Can y j

C I' JlJhn on'l More and residence. shops, and factories ly the poor girl who has worked herself to the I' he became depressed and ended all months but u the pains in. V Mife 8 ,,n. think of a more accertat,.

The damns spread up Elm street to j point where nature can endure no more and demands a rest The poor by one ell-directed shot. i creased instead of growing present to give your trier i

I1 t:. Clifton's resident! < burning 4z sufferer, broken in health must stand aside and make room for another.r Mr. Pyle came to Chicago about a better I decided that I was not having the than & bottle of this medicine whl-
loin, r-ld-nr and other building right treatment. Reading in the papers will bring her health and happiness?
foreman "If well to work !I ar ao from his Nicaraguan homeo
The says, you are not enough you must
the 1.Yo
The principal part, of the flown r1gutted. cures performed by You are suffering r dot 1st)
Nearly ill of the buildings leave, for we must put some one in your place"Standing I : be treated for cataracts Wine of Cardui I wrote to eec of the rid yourself of this pain It y....ur

> of wood. all day week in and week out, or sitting in cramped parties and received a very satisfactory daughter, mother, sister or frieni a

wen tions, the poor girl has slowly contracted some deranged posi-I Botha To Write War History. I reply and I immediately tent for some. lick and in need of relief your duty u

Among the buildings: !; burred were her organic system, which calls a halt in her progress and demands I New York July 7.The Daily Mall's In a very short time I felt generally better equally great to them. Many women,
the *t",rB of C. I*. Johnson & Son. It herself I PietPrmarltzburg correspondent wires, I and after seven wade faithful use I wax now well, owe their lives () fneaij
restoration to health before she can be of u.e to or any one else.
F Povitil, H J. Hubbard & Bro.. J. H :. according to a World special from I once more well and strong. I have never who brought them Wine of Car.iul, ?
Carr Dr K 1-:.'s drug store anJofli To this class of women and girls Mrs. Pinkfiara proffers both sym- i had a sick: hour since and I daily bleu Wine of Cardui is aiaptei tj -
the *
London "Louis Both In course >>
aid. When these weaknesses and : I
(t'. Jrftlme.illiams'Jn.. R I,:, HerririK. pathy and distressing derangementsassail I l I your splendid medicine. men at any aye in any walk ofIt,
remember that there is for them all We have of conversation! said that after thcrsisit BOWEY.ii7RE
T M. F..rn 1. A. J. "ann r. At. you, a remedy on For the working woman it pivjr
record thousands of such that have been absolutely and to Europe, he. Dewet and Pelarey. .
Virs II all. J. I' Parker & Uro. O. J. cases permanently OF CARDUI is one medi- strength for her tasks anl
l'owf II. Amos, I'ow.ll.V.) Jo:. Iloya'.l.: R. cured by Lydia Pmkham's Vegetable Compound, restoringto inten,k-d going to America but Mr cine that should always be kept treatment than a doctor forery .ia.
: \; health and lives of usefulness those who have been previously th'ir precise tour would have to b* I If I on hand in every home for immediate cost.;
C Holm livtry atabls and the Cp's- sorely distressed. Read the following letter. .Jetenrlm by circumstances. Their use when female weak- Your druggist:: will sell:!! I"') a ti!
oi.U/ hurt h. Som of the rest- bottle of Wine of CarJui. .
.)hjt ct was to collect funds for the relief ness first makes its appearance. Miss S- _-
t.'r' ,- tinis- of Mrs D. C rf Po-r? luined'in the war Btua > Bowey'spainful dangerous accident medicine today. Take ttiathei-

r.1. !'I- I. .Mini.Viiam!! (arl'-a official history would not have resulted so seriously of your home. Relief win eon:* u
: i i1ar.ansir.;? an
< 11'.1'l r I lif Charl.-s Ikiyfttp. Mr. :1 himsill' had she taken Wine of Cardui promptly.tOa as surely a$ you take it.
from the finer side, written by -
%V T H.' I'II! D. E Clifton. .
I D-wrt and other leaders"Autumn
.\II" ML-:: r Inn!!'linluirni) it ta3 I A million 1ff"rI'2: .

the Utitr. l'U.1/1 trl.-graph offn WINE of CARD have found nf '..
Session of ParliamentLondon. Win" .if C .' .
fAM July 7.-In the house (.t

THREE STRUCK BY LIGHTNING. commons to lay A. J. Balfour arcouncetl _. __ __ __ h
/ that an autumn session roarliami
Prominent Farmers of Henry County 'nt would be necessary begin THE NEW GROCERY STORE.

/re I Injured. at the middi of October and
At;!). nl!. \a! July 7.-Fred Arnold ning out oWILL:- -.: :: :: :: :: :-: -=- ==-==:-:= -p
that ths house would adjourn early!
John pivey and S. S. White-
inu !lst. Replying to a questionon
huikt. thr < of H.-nry county's most MOVER
the subject of the coronation stands
l>ro.i'roi!* and! prominent farmers, _
commissioner! of works A.
Lad miraculoua eecapesfrom death by Keeps a Complete First-Class Up-to-Date Stockof
I Aliers-Douglass.: said it was not proposed ,

1IIl.tnlll! I I to remove them as it was hoped Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries.No .
They wire standing! under a shelter I
the stands would be required for the
tn a grove in front of Mr. Arnold's
I 30 W. Covernment St. Block.
purpose for which they were con- ,
tome 3 miles above Abbeville where

ttey bad t?'>ne to escape the rain. A structed. TIXKPHO.NK 827:

bolt of lightning knocked them dow 1 r I ,

and tie struck. One mule 4j I When Other Medicines Have Failed
trees 'rt' 1
wa klcd:!! and three others, together Take Foley's Kidney Cure. It has .

with a horse w .re knocked down. cured when everything else has dis-

fy'iey's: ioat and shirt were torn appointed. Sold by AV. A D'-\km- EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LARGER TRADE

almost to pieces! while the flesh wast I berte. m South Palafox street.C.A.BTOn.tA. .
t brulfvd In several place, otherwise

1.6 was not hurt. The bolt struck SEND US YOUR ORDERS
XVblt-hnr on the lug I and for awhile j a.y Bears the ita Kcd Ya7 Ha.a 1'aa,1 S,..t NCl/tf.

it "a feared that the limb was paralyzed eflltue: #+ #- : Thompson Olsen & Ca.

lout this morning he has recov ofThe ,

red ''if use of !it.
Manresa Street 2'eleihoneESTABLISHED 1': \
An old however was not so for ,
man who owns Ins own home
tut.aiias he was struck on the left Here is the Story cf Thousands: of Young Women who are insures him?elf against lots of -- -

shoulder: Lib: shirt on that tld being Helped to Health by Mrs. Pinkham. trouble and worrK' bod\ can 1863.
l'oIDloI.If'ly torn off and It is feared raise his rent, and the rent day bus -

I that ,hi.-,; i.,'uritg bas been peimaaently "DF.1R Ma". I'I.VKIIAM I am troubled very much with the whites anda no terrors for him. It's easy to owna
afftrii.. bearing down f.f the worn!). My hack aches so tnat I am hardly able to home now-a-days. Tl os. C. McKENZIE OERTING & CO.,
work. Will you kindly inform me what to ,!o us I aaiutferin j most terribly." WatSOn & Co. can tell you how
Mios MAY iu-ECHNLn: Middle \ illajc; 1' 'OJ" Long; Island, N.Y. Mar. 17. 1900.) easy it H. Call and see them. o -IXALISS 15- 0
I! sii.&xI write thank for the remedies -- -- -- ---------
II I have done DzAr. Mia. I'u to you good your ---- Ship Gbandlery and General >hardware>

Counter me. ,
Two Own Up To Passing :
o. I wrote to you d ""riLinr; my troubles and followed your directions. I LODGE DIRECTORYKNIGHTS
feit Money. hid dootored a great dt'aibut nothing seemed to help. After using sis bottlesof eos AND 805 8. PAL.\t"OX sTiuh t.

MuLtgorm. Ala.. July 7.-Professor Lydia I:. J'illl halll's Vegetable Compound and four packages ofSanative.Waah - - --AcI7NOY

K r. Hicks and Jim Williams| :: I am again strong and healthy The Sanative Wash cured me OF PYTHIAS ,
v of Cait.rsuile. Ulbb county, arreite.1'b of the leucorrh (whites: ). I would recommend your remedies to all suff..ring GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RDHSEL SON'S CO. 8
< rp inr passing countoifclt money. women who need them."- Miss MAY UticusEn: : Middle Village P. O., PenoacoU Lodge. No. 3, K. of p. PCMPB.

(' have confessed and explained how ;;, Lon; Island, N.Y. meet every Monday nero Sinn Card III PiliU, Sill, Initial lestrBnautt, Chris, ln\m\ Chin

they mall the bills. On their per '! When a medicine hag been successful in restoring to health Ing In the at:11O Bloom at Castle-. Watio Hal: COMPASSES LOGS KTO.i .

f tons were a number of $2 counterfeit more than a million women, you cannot well say without tryingit 1 1 Building third floor, i C. McKenzie Oerting Collecting Agent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent Association

Kold! -'rllli ales, a $5 bill and $1& ," I do not lK-lie\e it will help me." If you are ill, do not hesitateto visiting welcomed.brethren oorfi: ll- .

in plaid money among which was the get a bottle of Lydia E. 1'inkhaiu's Vegetable Compound atont' M CAMPBELL -
and write Mrs. Pinkhani Lynn, Man, for special ad\ice. ors H. HORSLIR c i ,
had (, ,
original $:M bill whlrh they pho- K. K.& B.
tograln- They lu.l succeeded in It is free and helpful. Write to-day, delay may mean death. The Star Laundry

patfiui; M\ of tl.<> $-!ll t-ouiiterfflts at O nn.. to the(irt that tome skeptical people ,

>ariou .lien-potable ho'j.-x-s in the S REWARD have ot(mm the time testimonial to time letters questioned.f are the constantly genuineness : t ISAJiaJD

DIUMof Minu four hours. 5 0: 0 0 pj-luhmj at have deposited with the National Busiest Best !
City Hank, of Lynn, Mass., 1),000, which will [ Biggest
On their way Montgomery thyI'tf'I'ptll : ._ be ptM< to any person who will st w that the above testimonial not ,
off the train at Thorsby, e-nutne, or was pur ihed before ot>umin< the "111 r'. special.Mam.permission. nir rl Cnxwlttep
and .-I.ydU E. Hinkhatn M editing Couipaity. Lynn w (at mad* the GoW/
giasses of lemonade .
bought two -J fUdil Award to
tot change for a $.W!I counterfeit. & &3 v All Evening Call on

hicks l III a school teacher and Wllf I.W.HARPER Vv Jr As 1
I Acts Immediately. Your Swell FricniNyou
lams \ a photographer The queer PRESENT & lv //'x-U>
r f :- asometimes more trouble- KENTUCKY rf> > v. t
made by the photographoIIldrhread
were BUT NOT VOTING 0, 4:.' n. .';tom''r than In. winter it's N k, you wi'l find will be warwly r.'-

1'1'00'4'10. I I iaii; t". keep from adding to them WHISKEY t \\4 ceived if you are well and neat. .
'\\1.11.. i-iuhna! off after exercise. One j sr a i
( onrhliiic: Mldtlln.Arthur Senate Bill 29, A bill to be entitled, I ):!nut> Cuugh: Cure cures at once.MYERS 1De4 F/ / dressed and your liuen i* irreproai.:
who has !t
K. T. HiKlel.ran.l. :
"An act to require railroad companies j A..solut,:,iy safe. Acts alp able. A woman ..f reflnemt" .
1m II'Ifl.'Ili;r':: the Princeton nine, is r .
and.S'iv: : cure: for coughs colds, croup fa.
the state to erect cattle yards : alway gauei a man"* well bred .
nun at Aini.ii'uli.. wllt're he Is coachingthe tl.! ; at a!:.'. lnr.g noulih'S Ilargis'crossings U fO taste. '? :
Nail Mta-lt-my liaxoball! team. Ilil- on their lines of railroad PLa'n.J"y.Je.r.! Sheppard and Sidney l5' = r ',i stincts by the condition of his lin":

dftrainl.i.s mcttntled at Princeton in certain cases." The Journal shows KaLL Sold IT DaflEteer Bros. 44'a.: and he hoes' into her presence ai)

Ly Jerry I'.radley) who coached the that Mr. Myers was present but didnot !; morel with beauty when his sr

Timers in 1VO and 10< !. vote. Pages 393403, Senate Journal |i There" lot of money to be made ? ? w collars and cuts have been done u

1333.: 23june1w'! h: real e t.:1te-Iot., of it. A real es- KIDNEY DISEASES Y ', at the Htar Laundry.
t .
Cure Eczema and Itching Humor -- tate: sign usually a flnier-board to

Through the Blood -Costa Nothingto l'yny-r.ilam tteneTr iiglit Away I wp\ltL. Thos. C. Watson & -- r. ....: -'"

Try It. wduukcaaeyerweudotrauaewdwili I Co., the leading Real Estate firm d iildie' ALL WORK C. O. D. Mi Called for
taut Delirerei
K. B. 15. I Botanic/ Itlond Kalnn) /isnow : 1 have some offers which it would art tin molt Free.
o A. S TOn.z: : A. I be wrth"onr while to conider. Go
reent 1I1zl'1I u* a certain anti .ure' ,i etsei. TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN
Bests the la K'd Yu ;o,3oj and see diem to-day and don't wait ST.
cure fr I-'z"uu: Itching .-.kiu, Hur'cales .

mor", :Scab, Watery:: Kli--!! Bigutue till to-inorrow. Iu ut CURE Is tin WALKER INGRAHAM Manager.TIME
of llclsel/ .
ter, l'ilrl'l.! ,", .\chlr: r'>ut" or --=-_ __ Ma rston $' Quinn are sole '

Jointsll'iil/ *, U.IrbuncleI'nckliug Pocket cutlery and scis- \; agents for the celebratedsors TABLE.

Pain in t.t: > kin. Old EJtit.ire... from the finest to the \10 dol' l e s s refrigerators, mon7 i-tfundf. Cot>tsini

Ulcer, etc. liotauic lllood: IVihu remediu recofotzcd tml LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.IN .
cheapest at the Willis absolutely guaranteed or bjr .
taken internally: cures the wur-and EFFECT DECEMBER: 1. liul:
Hardware Co. \ money refunded. Bent phyiicUns u the oaf (lot
must deepeated caes by enriching.purifying ;,
and Bladder troublu. New Orleans and Mobile.
and vitalizing; the blood, net -- -- -- T --

thereby giving a healthy blood supply PJJCI .. 1M jlM) "o.e. So,.. Sot i o.8. No-t. : No.1.
to the skin. Botanic Blood Balm LAW DEPARTMENTOF W. A. D'ALEMBEFTE. T:13a: 1 :I:1m: IL'aS p Leave Penucol.Arrl1'8 15.m a Imp': 8JOp
H the only cure to stay cured, for e:5) a %::7 p 1:11:8. Leave..... tlomaton"n__ Leave I r:4.i! a 244 p \ 7:1:: p
skin trouble 11:1), a.::!:! p %:;;''1. (rave '" Mobile Leave 12a'n't 12.1 n \ 6os II
theee awful, annoying .__ 15iip 7:5) a Leave New ()rlPaos Leave ItnpI 7: J
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Other remedies may relieve, but 15.1J. SPECIAL MASTEH'S SALE -- JI

B. actually cures, heals every John Stetson By virtue of an order and decree of foreclosure I North. .3,
pore and gives thri<'h plow of University made by Hon 1.. J. Reeves, judge sNo.
health to the rkin. H. H. H. builds up of the First Circuit of Florida, for !..can I 2. No. I. So. 1 No. hlloi
and makes, Do Land, Flox-idn. bia fount). on the :UJth dav of June A. U.lini. I pm U:15pm Leave..l'enucolan..Arrln IIIlIpm 1llJam ""
the broken-down body .' I Arrive_ Montgomery _I.eave Ul.m
In a certain cause therein pending, 4:15 .m e57 p m 8'llipmam
the blood red and nourishing. Over ,. JOHN FOUltKS.. I'll. I)? l'rt""It"ntLUEItT J. FAItlUH, LL. B., Dean wherein H. ti. William U complainant ', : 8CJ'Ipm ArrlvelSlrmlngbamI.eave 3.Sam! 1.J6pm
3tXX: ) \'oluntartt'iltinwnitl" of cures 'and Herman Washington. Sinltey Wash 7:1)5 p m axle a m Arrive n .Sa.bvllie _..Leave ''' _
: Fall Torni CoiiitnoiK-eo 11'winesday October 1 lli.! 1:13 Arrive .....LoalnUle .. ..Loone iU
Botanic/ itlood Balm < It. H. R.) Inlton'lrllnla Thomas nee sihlngton 2:30. m a m : pm 21 I m
by : ., John Thomas, belr law of 11:59 .m ArrlveClnclnnaU.Leav'l
and at George T:::o a m lIttJpm lIUpm
I'ruftri: *. U. Trial treatment free ,, TWO YEARS' COURSE-The Law Department. John I!. Stetson University givesatwoyean'cour'.leadingtothe Washington deceased, late of said Ktcam- t 7Iam 1'Jpm Arrive .... .Bt. Loots ..__Leave 1:1Spm 'I.i.'Ipm
and prepaid: / by writing Hlood Balm d..gre. of LL. B bla County. Florida' ; are defendants. 1, the --
DEUKEE ADMITS TO THE M. R-tl1e d.plomaof the Law Department of John B. duly appointed Special Master to execute PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.
Co., Atlanta, th. De-cnbe trouble, .
Stetion University admits to tbe Har.FURTHER said order and decree will sell at public I
and free medical advice given until INKOKMAT1ON:! --For the Law Anno1uc mnt of li"2-Saad allother desires I auction at the front door of the court house II I No. l-DaIlY o.I-Dally i stop where time not shown so. I-Dally No. !!-DIII
cured. information regard -- ----- I J. FARRAH Dean of Law Department, during the legal hours of sale on the let \\U:5 pm 7:00. m Leave Pl'n5acola.ArrIV8 to;S) pm a:51 p III-
De Land, Fla. Monday In August l\ rthe same being : night 7:13" .n, Bohemia._. If); 1" 514
0-A.sTonr.A. I August t bidder for the described UJI" 7:1'1. ..J.lICambl.. _, 10:3:1": ; 1UI5"
cash following : 1I:
Ban hth l i Kurd Yon Have Am-s, 110'1"ltutUf I I land to-wit; That portion of block forty- I 7:25: .. ......_ Mula\ JiI3": 11:65 .,
: i eight I4S. !) of the East King tract east oft 17:39 7toj": .._ Harp ..... ..... 101": 5.41
floJ Tulane University of Louisiana. Tarragona street, as lies within the follow- 12:5) 1.35" ........_O..ItClty.._. 11):15" 6r7l2.Sr ::
JM' I! ing boundaries. Tii: Commencing at A I Of 1ta: :: :: _._ Milton ... _-._ :: 10:11) : II: '
: _.. _.Good _.. '"
point on the west tide of Eighth end) avenue leo a m Range c:s
Now OrlOA118. thlrtj ((9J) feet north of lie Soto street i lM": 8:15" ......_ Holtl..... .. 14" I aS
Seasonable household thence running north along the west line of 'I IO" e 311" ,-,_ Milligan __ 8iO" 1:11:
i !th avenue ninety 190'1 i feet,thence west on a 2J3": Ij:! j" ........ Crest'l'lnr...., 8:11" 4(1 '
and kitchen utensils at the : line parallel with Lie Boto street one bun. r SI) Ij M" y .._.,,0 eer Land !j: 6" IM
EDWIN A. ALDERMAN, LL.D., President.Full dred and t"n iii')) feet, thence south on a J 1:2a 8liI" Mosey head t:.) 1:11 ..
Willis Hardware Co.'s. line parallel with sth avenue a distance of 1:011": 8:35" .DeFnntakSpringa 8U" t...
Courses in I.anauage4Sciences, Engineering. Law Medicine, Pharmacy Art. ninety((all feet and thence east one hundred I 1:1'1.. 8:.. .. __._ Argyle y4 .. IJII"
Seven Separate Departments. Sixteen Buildings. Extensive Libraries Laboratories and ten r 1IIJ1 i feet to point of beginningon I I:..} 1:11': ,_..Poace de LeoIL.- 7II": 1:11"
I I and Workshops. Splendid: Department for Women la the NcwcomO College. Sta avenue. Together with the tenement -I 1:00" 11):10' .._WeanUle__ ':11" 1:5 "
If want a nice present to give ), herlditaments and appurtenances I 1:011": 10.15' .. ..- Clry'VUle_ 7U" I:4
you Tulane makes leaders In all vocations. Its facilities for Instruction i
are unsurpassed thereunto belonging or appertaining. II 'J" IIS) _P.onlfay_ II IIM" 11'
to a friend, go and look tbrough the In the South. Eighty-six Instructors and 13 students last session. Many I "
r i scholarkblps I will make good and sufficient deed to 11:00": 10.1" ._.. hlpley___ 81" J. "
elegant line of suitable articles/ at In the acwiemlcdepartment open to Louisiana boys. Expenses of scholarship student the purchaser laid (property; upon receipt 8J) 1IfJT" CoUondale_ II'J"' 1254! 11201
J.I.Stephens, you surely can find i, rim for e!sion. Board and lodging in dormitories at low rate Opportunities afforded of the purchase money 7fJO" 11.1::) .. _.MarlaAna 8:1) H.1t
academic student for self-help. In the Academic Colleges no boy, it properly prepared o Terms cash; purchaser to pay for tittles. 7:30" 11:45 _C1prsss 1IJ 4" 111 a.m
eomethlng to please you. you for college work, will be turned away from inability to pay tuition >ext union begins W.C. McCAKD. : want anything In the Diamond line October 1st. Send for Catalogue. Special Master: in Chancery. 7M": 1O: noon Hnea4. 1:1" I. '.II "

be sure to see him before you boy. I ,. Address, R.K.BBCFF,Secretary.; I Jy2o: wiw 8:15 U: ArrireRirerluactlonLeare 1:1J" 10iU .


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FELL ASLEEP UNDER BOX CAR. HEALTH the voters of each precinct shall vote I

tor a member of the executive commit. i

rZfl Fatal Mistake of Two Tramps at INSURANCEThe tee from his precinct and the candidate :

Oneida, N. Y. man who insures his life Is for the executive committee re-
ceiving the highest vote cast shall be
Oneida N. Y. wise for his family.
7-Ceorge I
a member of the executive committee
Moorman of Syracuse, was killed on I The man who insures his health until his successor shall be chosen in !

the Central today and Norman Hill, Is wise both for his family and the year 1904.

of Titusville. Pa., was probably fatal himself. Qualifications of Voters.

I II ly injured. They dropped off an I Those, and only those persons shall ri.

II I eastbound freight in the western part You may insure health! by guarding be permitted to become candidates before I \ :!

of the city and it. It Is worth guarding. or to'ote at or participatein '
I went to sleep on a pile the management of this for infants and Children. .
of ties. When It began raining fCY.Ir'l At the first attack of disease primary
election who are white democratic electors
man suggested crawling under a boxcar I which generally approaches duly registered for the electionin Ca"tora! i< a bariuteubsti.tute, for Castor Oil Paregoric 1'

standing on a siding and they through the LIVER and manifests Drops and Soothing; Syrups. It is< Pleasant. It
the year 1900. or on the 12,13 and contains neither Opium Morphine nor other :Narcotic
went to
sleep there.
I itself in Innumerable ways 14th days of June, 1902, who declare snl...tanee. It destroys Worms and allays Feveri>hne>s.
Shortly before 3 o'clock an eastbound their adherence to the principles and
TAKE It cures Diurrlm-a.Ht "Wind Colie. It relieves Teething
", I freight threw some cars into organization of the democratic party, Troubles awl euros Constipation. It regulates the t< t

; the siding. Moorman was about :25: national state and county, who if f'tnmadtill IloweN giving healthy and natural bleep.

years old and carried a cobbler's ki. they votedat the regular election The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend. .
,; of repair tools.Aguinaldo utt's Pills held next preceding such primary

Thoughts i election then voted the demo- The Kind You Have Always Bough'Bears

Beautiful I cratic ticket, national state and
United States.
'e breath of the babe It I Coming to county who are by the laws the Signature of
ante and health. New York July According to I And save your health. I lof the state lawful electors of

TC,nj; for children is ins : announcement made here says a Boa-I the election district in whicll they

.e of the beautiful, an.1 ton dispatch to The World, Aguinaldo'' offer-to vote, who have paid their poll

unman to bring the is coming to the United States and taxes legally due not less than ten iiI -

.. ,t influence to bear oa :i his departure from Manila for San THE PRIMARY I Ii days before such primary election is

,' nutrrnity. I I Francisco Is expected, it is said, ac held and who shall, when challenged 4
ti .ind uuke easy that by any elector pledge In writing upon I
I times. He will come direct to i ,
:v is Lorn again, !I any oath, before an inspector his honor to In Use For Over 30 Years.
Boston to Join his former secretary ELECTION GALL(
!abide by and support the result of such ... ,
Friend i
Mother's and will then r..r t.n.v to. 'n. n "V"RA" ar.ttr wtw.a.t e/rr r
Sixto Lopez start on a
primary, and vote for the nominees
1 It i.. a liniment easily i tour delivering; a series of lectures on 'I __ therefor. --- -- -. .---- ---- -. ._.- =---- ='

f"f extcrual use only. : the conditions In the Islands and mat The Inspectors to conduct this election
.'I i OniuM trv this remedy, i ling a plea for the independence of his A primary election of the democratic : will be selected by the committee tOGtOrra. REMOVAL
.V a frien.fto her during at meeting to be held at the \
countrymen. party will be heM in Escambia county, a Awarded at Farte
--eiiseandanticipation. office of Judge T. R. McCullagh, at '
: Florida en the lath; day of July A. D. Dr. G. H. Tuttle,
Friend, if used
1 trn-r throughout
> Intruder Dead. 7:30 p. m., June 2t! 19')2. This committee I \
:'t n the breasts thereby Shot 1002: for the purpose of nominating will meet at Judge McCullagh's -
Connellsville. 1'a.. July 7.-During Dr. J. G, Heard
: A'J ,
fcorenipj.les. the offices
: candidates for following : office at 8 o'clock Saturday 1
with the burden wiJ I the night an unknown man entered PNA1AROCHEWINE I
'4 i One United States Senator. night, July 19, 1902, for the purpose of I
: ; ',' and elastic from itsn I the house of Lud Pritts. a mounta'ne One Representative In Congress, 3rd canvassing the vote and announcing I II DENTISTS.

:.' living near Uockwood Pa., anal District. I I the result of said election and the inspectors .
I I Koonis 7 and !Masonic, : 1>iii|>l>
.iMominal region will I proceeded to the apartments of Prittv One Justice of the Supreme Court. will have then and there the CORDIAL
the '. All branch ct Surgical. dptTHtHc and
vl endnn
". cove'r."ii1other'sFriend young; wife. evidently supposing her One Secretary of State. returns of said election; if they have i Highest recommendations for curt of Poorness j jof MfObanu-al i'tutihtry pt'llon..d"lib luch- I"
I to he alone. Her screams aroused: One Comptroller. not been already forwarded to the blood. Stomach troubles and General DC meal tklll.
i ; during pregnancy. biii'v Inertias the strengthens
.1 tats *i ... per iMtfe. I her husband!, who was in another Two Railroad Commissioners chairman of this committee. Ihencracsandbuilds up the entire lystcm. Special Attention given to Children'i
C. B. PARKHILL. iTcctli.i.uld Hint 1'orcrlnin Fillings, down J
lOne State Senator, 2nd District. I
K i n "notherhooJ. room and hastily grasping; his Winchester. 23 rue lirount and Bridge t1 ork. ; fI
Two Members of the House of Rep- DAN MURPHY, Chairman. i II
.0 REGULATOR CO., ATLAMA.CA. shot the intruder dead as hl t PARIS I
hretMaterial .l'omprtentEqulpntent.
icsentatives. Secretary. i it'
from the house. K, A < <>.
started to run '
I One Tax Assessor. .lgenn. VI. I Telephone Xo. e;'H. j

I Cholera Raging in Manchuria. !lOne Tax Collector. INSPECTORS AND CLERKS. 1I
I Aras Itand.ltk' 'One County Treasurer. :
d 1 then solve extraordiiip Berlin July ..-It is announced herein : Five County Commissioners. I I ,

in MKivtanijlns bt.butt's a dispatch\ from Port Arthur tint I Three Members of the County Board The following named persons have \ U ;

11 \ 10':1ill 1'- I' cholera is spreading in Manchuria, J of Public Instruction. I been appointed by the Democratic : 4 1 III r uij J t

w>ii,U-r that "'ne e<.ud! and that the: mortality rate is very !j One Justice of the Peace for District I Executive Committee of Escaiubla n

:a, Ili we not all rte : preat. Out of :3'JO:: cases at Inkau, 331:: No. One. elec-tion I : I Tjcsetiny'apsulesresupetior'; .
were fatal. I One Constable for Districts Xos. 1, ; : I to Balsam of CopaibaC''bebe ,
1.rl'uri aijo ix-oplc\ 3.4. 5 G. tive precincts, under the rules of the -JmTort..n and 1'i-ftlt-rs In-
I '
--- --- sod 8.\
.. ---- InjettionvI I
:iui>tk" rV !luinds down I J
M'iiluiktn hniuls 1 Poisoning the System. One Chairman of the County'"Exe- State and County Democratic Executive I Theyeurem48hoursthe Chinese and Japanese
\\ ; n? "cutive Committee.One I Committees and the instructionsthat
I"H>'' lately there has It is through the bowels at the Secretary of the County will be furnished them: I "-he ,-- ",t1l"I\' "

tad tin.iv n new thin,; body is cleansed or impurities, CIU' tive Committee.One Precinct No. 1.-G. C. Clifford, Jno. I '5-L. (ill p R.II. l OHUGGISTS( Fancy Goods,

: >!iiklns; bauds. Take fctipation Keeps these poisons' in the I I member of the county Execu'l" M. Wch.Sr", inspectors; R. L. Roberts 1 FINE CHINA TEAS

,.:tint with your flnrs system, causing headache, dullness' Committee in and for clerk. -- ,

'. 1} to the! It.rt11,1 then and melancholia at first, then unsightly one to twenty inclusive. I Precinct No. :2.: Frank Marx, Ash 31 South Palafox St. ';

\ i tly as It you were eruptions and finally seriousillness The State Executive Committee has I Cravey, inspectors; John Davenport \ Every Woman Laundry Oflice. Peusacola, Fla.
is applied.1)eVitts ,I'
unless remedy
the rules and regulations clerk.
Pffeetriling prescribed ,
.II.1 The 18fulrtratrdandeb+olllnow -
.. to t the Tatler. I Little Early Risers pre'entthis of the primary for state officers. Including I Precinct Xo. :3.-C. H. noyett, W. J. ,11IV, atautihewtnkrful NOTICK. r ,.j
i trouble by stimulating the liver the State Senator and members Wilkins inspectors C. H. Kupfrian, e'Itl' M4R\IL whirling Spray
TII-I.1tthiit.letlle f. I have been authorized to take }
and promote easy, healthy action of ttrtrw 4natr4r, 'k/-C-
; of the House of Representati\"es,1 clerk. t rwnud:nan o. lire--.i for Wm. JenningsKryan's "{!
beItn.eliull subscriptions
If M. it nusrht to the bowels. These little pills do not C.s :
Hendrix Mark rat11uN 1'nurrnlrr l
and the County Executive Committee, Precinct Xo. 4.-S. P. ,
i I Commoner.
.' 1."lt sbuke." violently, but by strengtheninghe paper, :
: act held in the office of Jr. inspectors John Langren
at a meeting Hurd ; in in adsoturr
The $1.00
price per year
them to
: bowels enable perform .t.4-.1.1r.t.
County Judge McCullagh on the 26th! clerk '
I.....*. their own work. Never gripe or dis day of May, 1&U2; provided rules and Precinct Xo. 5.-\. J. Busbee, W. B. :Ifh."n.lul''tI.CI tIR.\ LI..a.rwpt: nu can vance.have Those it !It'tltto desiring them by the sending paper .l ,
Hargis' Pharmacy, John Sheppard hutrrud.tnuq.torn t\ .j
'. riiiinitgrnt in the United tress. follows in accordancewith Weaver H. F. Frater, '
regulations as inspectors; lunftlyd l.vt, ..,gsra ri, f 1.00 to the nndefsl!!nod.
i and Sidney Kahn.ixirt of f uil p.nn ul.r.' .t l"'
-- :> |uite larjre. UepreIdn \ the platform and regulations clerk. rs111air Wla. : : Mlalal.(0.. H. M. RO'J I E. i '
.' > .\ :inith. who is the State Executive Committee for the Precinct Xo. G.-T. J. Davldson.C.H Care Daily News
: Room 82c Times Kldg., Se.11''orl.. -;
,al! says that there "' of Klnici.I nomination of candidates for Tax Assessor Hobbs inspectors; B. M. Bunifay

ilntl: unMulitTS who I Kin:: Kdwnn! saw the race at New- Tax Collector, County Treasurer clerk.

I ''t, ...,Uill: same than mar.t t. President! Loul-et will witnl'ss County: Commissioners, School Precinct Xo. 7.-John Hammock. THE GARDEN SECTION ?:

i. it N that on the I tin- runuiiiK i'f the rand: Prix at Board, and Members of the Executive: W. Norris, inspectors; Ed. Campbell,

l'I't'' ht'nt oM'Vflt! Committee: clerk. j :j ji
1 t *MS IU iu VVimhiiij- ::<-li.uiips. may
The names of the candidates for Precinct Xo. S.-Geo. Gibson BudPrcctor o-OI '-o i
-. MI.n.' .... l.-.idr by In "reseut at the running cf the Seth
these different county offices and memo inspectors Taylor Crabtree I
!II.! '. -"it and Chairman 1.1".111.' Kill i ;! Leopold( : will patronize thei. I
bers of the Executive Committtee must ck'ik. IFensacola Florida
i TL.. fraud "stand. On ..< ... it l5rn I be printed upon the official ballot to be I Precinct Xo. 9.-P. R. McXeill, A. J .
in .1|> < itlin-rxm of Texas and : the 1< sport of kings -- -- ; ,.
: \ used in said primary election July 13; ;jCowart. inspectors; W. T. Dick, clerk
\, riHfca are jut as wild : 1502 and no blank lines will be left l'rf'cinct0.. 10.-C. J. Ward R. Ed Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.

j: I':?' a.* remit+'r KittretL'e, \ I'rflRlI.lnll: Sire. 'ion said ballots, and no voter will be (units, inspectors; B. II. Bryars, clerk I'
I. 11',. r..toooJ to be :::.11, i S evidently destined to the Lee L
Myin;: a allowed to vote for or write nam Precinct Xo. 11.- E. B. Beautiful Lots for Sale.
i bo a'l'r)' Miccesfful sire. His four- of any candidate on the said ballot, 'I Minims, inspectors; J. B. Stewart, <

year-old daughter. Zephyr trotted in unless the name of the candidate be clerk.

Kern \\urLln 'J.ll.1:: : at the Memphis UII.'t.tinnotht'r printed on said ballot. j Precinct Xo. 12.-J. L. Sdiolls, J. G 40x137 feet at from $75 to $200 each, accord-

vnator IVttii of Ala- !! four-}'ear-old by him. Italia :.:::.::tt.4. has Each person desiring to have his Oliver inspectors; E. D. Begss, clerk ing to location and surroundings. ,

"TinMtrct of livin; i shown :'::1'-' in California and a five- name printed on the primary election ;! Precinct X(!. 13J. G. White, Sr. _. -- 1

I aui eiirhty-oiif and ; vear-old. Julia M.. a mile in :2lSls.: ballot as a candidate for the above : A, A. Fisher, Inspectors; J. Emmtti t t Exceptionally Good Neighborhood Beautiful View t
offices and executive committee perk.I ,
.. 'li\, county Wolfe ( .
us a Uiy. I nutioeu'liliors
'.'- i\U) gut rich 1 "I am using a box o-r- Chamberlain's shall file with the chairman of this Precinct Xo. 14.-Jos. I. Johnson High, Dry Fertile Lands. i i i

." drad. I i'Stomach and Liver Tablets and find county executive committee on or be- Dare Kugleman, inspectors; R. C ----- -
iH'ver pit them the best thing for my stomachI fore the noon hour, 12 m. on the :21th: I Caldwell, clerk.Precinct .
.' -r rt-untl. 1 h'lpm.\ I ( The grandest opportunity for investment ever I'cffered
ever iced." cars. T_. W n. Tfohinsnn., day of June, A. D. 1902, his notice 01 I No. 13.-M. 1'. Palmes,
most fatal disease I Justice of the Peace, Loomis, Mich. candidacy and application in writing I Mansfield )Moreno inspectors; F. M in Pensacola. .,

,111: \\ ort. It kill everywcrkluy. These tablets not only correct disorders I to have his name so printed upon a'' Whiting! clerk. --- t

and you'll keep I of the stomach but regulatethe blank to be furnished by said chair II Precinct No. 1C.-J. G. Howard, C. Home Seekers Should See These Lots ; ,

!liver: and howels. They are easy man, accompanied with a sum of Flowers, inspectors; J.V.. King. -- t,

-- to take and pleasant in effect. Price money assessed by the committee as I clerk.
icaticn Days. :25! cents per bo.For Kale by all follows: I Precinct Xo. 17.-K. A. Ruben, J. A. -V.Clubbs } :i

.... hMe and the chilIIULI !- druggists and medicine dealers Each Candidate for Tax Collector I: Hendrix, inspectors; J. L. Hojtclerk. .

of doors. . . . . . 1100.00 i Precinct Xo. 18.-John Gibson. H. T. "
; out Each Candidate for Tax Assessor I Enterkin, inspectors; J. M. Harrison, Corner Garden and Alcanlz Streets 1 t

i" ht'althifr place for MYERS DODGES AN ; clerk. I
7.7.001 ,
"iily to gnarl !
Each Candidate for County Precinct No. 19.-W. II. Trimmer. S.

., !.Io! tital to most oi>f n- IMPORTANT LABOR MEASURE Treasurer . . . . 3.00; Terry. Jr., inspectors; F. M. Wood, F.O. BRENT, WM H KXOWLKH, W. K. HYF P., JR., J. H. RKEHK.PreHdent. : t I
tin tly trials DtAVitt's.i Vlc.frt'llddnt. Canhler Aii't Calliler
Each Candidate for County com clerk

:.-. \c for quickly stop-' missioner . . . . 10.00 Precinrt\ Xo. :20.: -G. W. McCurdy t

.moving. danK of seri- ; House Bill No. 162, A Bill to be Each Candidate for School Daniel Bowman, inspectors; F. M

For .. CUTS scalds Board . . . . . 10.00' Mayo, clerk. First National Bank1
II>--l I). Witt'sVitch entitled "An Act for the protection of 6.001 ;
Each Candidate Justice of Peace C. R PARKHILL
i ,;<>rt s, outs and i
discharged employees and to prevent Each Candidate for Constable. 5.00 II D.Xn'nPIIY.. Chairman. iI
i L H Swift
Johnson. I
black listing and for other purposes. Candidate for members of the Exe- Secretary. 25jtf; !

''>'ir-t fur r> 11I1.1011 piles and the On the passage of the bill in the sen ;I i cutive Committee are not required to i OF PENSACOLA. FLA. j

I I':. \\al'' of counter ate Mr. Myers did not vote. (Senate pay any assessment.As : POLLING BOOTHS 1 '
soon after June :24: as possible a FOR THE PRIMARY. DX RHaTORtlIWM. :
i n ntat John ShfpK.ti .
y Journal) 22june2t list of all candidates for above-named ; r
i5 I positions will be printed in the news Following are the polling booth designated
,. Medical Society, Attention. papers; and the chairman of the com for the primary of July 1:;: I D. G. BRENT, ,, .
mittee will give a receipt for each I II School house.
MttR I
Precinct 1-Nix.

FATPICKINGS FROM LOBBY he he There Pensacola Board will of be Medical a Health regular Wee Society meeting it at of\ 'I after notice claims: the of that 24th:candidacy his day name of received June has any been, and person left If1,i(I Park.Precinct Precinct 3-Kupfrian Windsor, School, Kupfrian House I Fan1tD 1g D mnU c BZ c AU I o U A ad So1 I ;

'clock p.m. Tuesday. July Sand 22. ,oft of the list of candidates published, Precinct\ 4-Ferry Pass, Robeits' 1'i ,
Visiting physicians are cordially his claim will be rejected unless he Old Place. !
No. 172: To be entitled nrlted attend.. I holds a receipt for same trom the I Precinct Boanlah.. School house I trWe draw our own Bills of Exchange: on Great Britain, Ireland !"

Define lobbying and tot DR.W. C. DKWBERY President, chairman.If I Precinct Powelton.. cantonmE'nt'j'' Germany France, Anetria, Italy, Holland, Spain, Belgium, Russia. Kci

-"tasure cf punishment BLOCKEK, a larger number cf candidatesshall I Precinct 7-Pine way, Sweden, Denmark and other European countries."Vessels ..
L. DEM.:
OK. be announced than were contemplated .
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ket. :
evicted of the same.
ii25ttf Secretary. :: when the above assessment was Precinct S.-Crabtree, Jennings'sstore Disbursed upon thw toss Favorable Terms and theta {

issage the vote was: I made, the committee can if they see I railroad. Obligation Taken Payable at Port of )eetiratkm Ten or Fifteen Day, ,
Borden, Bryant Coulter, fit to do so, cut down the said assess Precinct 9.-Bluff Springs, the usual after Vessel Arrives there.

'nie, Pirrong, Rogers The Beer ment. The voters of the entire county place. I
Wolfe and Yancy-13. will vote on the above-named cotin- i' Precinct 10-Wardt Holland Ward ZW Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent in Connection :

officers, including the chairman and blacksmith shop. with which we have a Prlra Apartment for theUtt

s. Bristol, Brett, Cal- That Made j ,, secretary of the executive committee Product 11-Walnut Hill school of Rents're. 1
..ohrtscn, Kirk, MYERS, except the justice of the peace and house.

Smiti, of 31st, Summers constables, and the candidates for a Precinct 12-City, In'endem: and ,

"-11. (Senate Journal.) D ANNBtI S SER rAM U S office jority county shall of office all be who the declared votes shall receive cast the for nomineeof a that ma ':! fox.Ahaniz.Precinct 13-City, Garden and Pala-. L WE WILL' FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE! ;.

says Keeps It Handy. the democratic party for that office. : Precinct 14-Pat McIIugh's store Ro- Writ tn-fltj for our handwmILtrate4 :
candidate does not receive -i 'ralau REtDTHEIETTtRStrvlr. '
In the event a
-LS- and Palafox. '
''. 1.,1 I long time mana and ere what toafiti 'premium : .' it pre if ted ,
a a majority of the votes cast another we pve If nItourMSla. be ceil Ihil I Iir ,
Precinct 13; -Maionpy's storp Inten- JOB
.. :Mains and general VICTORIAIADE primary election will be held on dpnria and DeVilliers.Precinct turn nwrof'Wp.ebra a,I ,'t f..'. s.+},. ..<.... n..t t IK-.._ I I
1 i i | or in'iif lit "' rr"" ibm
of 1P02 to choose i z
imarily to fudiges- the 12th day August, 1 Pineville.. the usual i chnroureu.lenrrhtrd 3
\\' Siutldins.Vrona! between the two candidates receiving : place. M i ir..iie* pnm a..10 tic u..,kot. inipt. p.1PU.
BREWING CO. aco I got her to try BY ACME the highest vote in the July primary.The I Precinct I.-Drl'nt's. Spoon's blacksmith r i 1'1".o..ltoU..r twut.fu film-Mil. {" ,
voters of the county at large the writ who*>-llfaiil y:tt bbl..of Scip
v !littr at once and I 10-CKST BOTTLE 1IKF.UIN : shop.Precinct J I w. per a 6..teee .......r Kel-I/ l s
f s 'u>nty-six, eats nEST shall vote for the chairman and sec IS-McDavid, the usualplat I tot..Urt a Maut.fu'tSit.. .<-mtM a< 4IP i
"TOWN.DANNHEISSER. dtnr.d.tE i for Uin .yu.el i inrriei.
nits remarking that retary of the executive committee, and I II >. II,a&5'ML"' "eahioirTn "... rw.i.In ttI V
>h i..rdwh r'wtat, . ,
I 1 im Terr my" tm H 'n i t. < -I
ftVfts. a* she ha>> BROS I i Precinct 10 Molino. Ward's store. ..i let +r.II..c. r I M Lf"Lt. B-A\\ .... I
> '' I handy" Do not I Precinct ::Flomaton. Century M 1 1 rki. t. B le hi-v 3 six a,. ,
Years. S"I __r. OnM \(". >i If..I0".ro.rvrei ;
ng symptoms. Go' AttENTS FOR THE CELEBRATEDI. Bronchitis For Twenty I fr Tf"I"qoI! to 41. .. tf, Ken ne : al '.w a T f Icral t 11
If your.tcftiaeh is Smith of Danville Cut this out and take it to n:; f ntrt, Y. IM.r slip.. V, W, ,. meI., i. A a Witrmtfm.. \'j' ,,neyr,. .- t., ,
Mrs. Minerva any Inca c *:mpt her*before e*4 will I* :oo,!. Kodol I. f. Harper iSIT.( bronchitis for !. In a fry diji. tearp-awl wi"', f eMn. t" AiTer the "'...,. and 1'. :...* y. sraaaduua.
; III!, writes: "I had drug store or medicine dealer and geta \ .\[, BhTCI1L* "wy hrfur "tjihf... Ifix't .4r_). I
h and strengthens street and relief un-l I of Chamberlain's Stomach anI w lSALVON'A
S. Palafox never got box
Houe-401 twenty years
-' "c sour fun,!. It M ain Exchanue-Opp. Union Depot til I used Foley's Honey and Tar. Liver Tablets. The best physic. They SOAP CO.. Cpr. 12th i Pint Sts., ST. LOUIS MO. :

Harsl!;;' I'har- R.R. Box 2S1. Pensacola, Fla which is a sure cure." Sold by W. A. also correct disorders of the stomach. nt

I: 1 ::ydnpy I P. O. Phones 116 26$. j D'Alemberte,121 South Palafox street. Price 25 cents. I t

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'!: P SAD DROWNING OF -r-----Hot Weather: : :. :: l' FEET. FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY--


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Sandy Hook Bay Sunday by Cap I ,

sizing of Their Boat. : THE BIG STORE C Cc ) Of the Many Attractions This Week at The People's Shoe Store

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I Linen Suiting. I( I ''Y rIIVVIrVl rI U"ir; '

The hundreds of friends here of I
1 ; For MEN'S SUITS........."". J '. Q
Captain and Mr?. T. N. Horn will bet EAST END I For BOYS' SUITS..... ...... ... I7i, t to 3.I rC
For LADlES' SUIT a.... ......... : yar U t ; $1.50
deeply grieved to learn that fril'l : ,
Horn and her little daughter, Frances .' CLUB RALLY White Madras. ; a
I I' For a Ladle' All-ther Seamle-, latent

t were drowned in Sandy Hook ; COLORED MADRAS..... ....... I; L
1 i; For GE T8' SHIRTS....... ....; 171 t to 2oc yard d r .: : Coroita AXDAL, Buckle ami Hn\\. ..

bay, r5unday.m For BOYS' WAISTS.. .... .... ... > ; ,a .a French Heel. .a v i .. :
The last rally of the East End I

Captain Horn was formerly stationed Democratic Club will be held at the 1 White Goods. : W ,, yVJJ!,\111IJ1I1HZAlll

't at Fort Barrancas and was i, \) >> ) i1 ) 11 lye. .
I regular headquarters tonight, be- I LACE STRIPES............. ... .
t one of the most popular officers I II i MERCERIZED STRIPE 41 t to 2oc yard
I' ginning at S o'clock, and one of the FANCY REVERING*..........: : ; .
I. there, beloved by every soldier for I
most largely attended meetings is': ; 25 Dozen Boys' Waists, Good Percale,Fast Colors..... ...25c each l. ; MEYER SHOE CO.
hi; interest in their welfare. He ,
t urged. I 25 Rolls New China Matting, Heavy Goods.. ....25 to Sic yard laid ; : .
took a lively interest in giving the !
Speakers thus far secured who will j I Also Plain White China Matting. ; .:,, Feet l'urni..hH!! for ('a..Ii 0111,.
men athletic exercise and himself r, ,

address the assemblage are Hon. C.M. ( i Three Pieces Velvet Carpet-will Close Out at ..... .... ....65c yard ; ;ii! 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.P. .
played with their foot bill: eleven,.
Jone, S. M. Loftin, T. E. Welles't: Plain Shades...... ....25c each. Dodo Shades..35c each. ( ,
one of the strongest during his management t : jl
and F. E. Rrawner. Others will be I I Oak or Cherry Poles..15ceach. ; ,1
in this part of the country. Ii i i l. S.-Something Extra for SATURDAY IK: : !M*- _
called upon for their views on the I Odd Pair of Lace Curtains Cheap.

Captain and Mrs. Horn were also Cable Screw SHOES, 90 PAIR.
I present contest. 1
social favorites in Penmcol-i.! ,
As the primary election is only a ) (
The story of the sad drowning is \
week distant, and there is much im : YOURS TO PLEASE, I
; told in a dispatch from New York. .' :, ; WWvWWthWaWr4
portant work to be done before next : 1 ; ;,
Horn is stationed at
Captain now

Fort Hancock, on Handy Hook. He Tuesday that every, it member is especially be present.important :; William loljuson & Ion. I MONDAY'S SPECIALS L,

had made up a sailing party to go \ ( ; 1
Those! attending tonight will be t J
out on the bay in his small cat-rigged :..:-:::-:-- ::---: -- --- ::::::::: 11(

given a campaign souvenir, a remembrance I oA.ToFRIEDMAN ;)
yacht, Midget. Those aboard .
were -- -------

in addition: to tke captain, Mrs.. that is likely to be ; ONE OF MYERS' VOTES :
highly prized in the future. L & Co's'RACKET
Horn, with their two children; Miss' I ,.
While this will be the lat meeting( !I II ACAINST WORKINCMEN ,, 1Iit_;)
t Horn, a inter; Dr. Waterhouse, his I I
of the club previous to the primary. COMMITTED House Bill No. 225. A bill to be en- STORE.i .._

wife and Miss Alice McMahon, a II ti tied "An Act requiring employers .
the club will hereafter hold its regular Ito I -v:0.. ::.
give cause of discharge In writing .
sister of Mrs Waterhouse. At a A. Nicnolson, first mate of the .
monthly meeting, on the first !! I to agents or employes when dischargedif Hot Shirting Calicoes worth 5c yard _.:
f ,
point about half a mile oft Old Camp schooner Mary Sanford, was tried I requested to do so." Mr. Myers ;)
Tuesday in each month.
Lowder, :a strong puff of wind caused I II -- '. before Commissioner Tunison this I(' voted against this bill and it was our price Monday yards for 35c. 11I-:1:

I I Hood's Sarsaparilla cures radically and committed to jail to killed in the senate. .
morning (
the call to gibe and in a mcment 1 lot Ginghams, worth 8c yard else- :;
-that is, it removes the roots cf He (Senate Journal 1901, page 1369.)
await action by the grand jury.
the little vessel capsized i throwingall diease. That's better than loppag where, our price Monday 5c yard. III
was locked up at 12:30: o'clock by
laud* in the water. Captain the branche 1 lot Lawns in figures and 27 .-
--- ----- Deputy Marshal Wharton -

I horn and Dr. Wdterhouie made PEHSAGOLAS TAKE District Attorney Eagan ordered EXECUTIVE inches wide, to go at 5c yard. ::

*?]> every effort to save: the women and that three material witnesses, John
COMMITTE MEETING 1 lot Summer Short Waist Girdles to
children, but a -Uioug ebb tide THE FIRST CAME Ponter, Adrian White and Alexander IrAE .
go at 25c each. Iif(:
Norton, be taken and confinedi
quickly swept them beyond reach: I.

and before any other help could te i I i i in the jail at Walton county, and At the request of a majority of the 1 lot Corsets in White, Pink and Blue,

Scores of citizens were on the : held to testify before the grand jury. members of the Democratic Executive I
had Mrs. Horn, Frances and Miss to at 26c each.
committee, and in the absenceof go
streets for hours last night awaiting''Capt.: McDonald of the schooner

McMahon drowneJ. the chairman from the county, a
tF telegraphic news of the baseball gave bond for his appearance before See Show Window.
meeting said committee is hereby
The others clung to tin mast of game at Montgomery yesterday af the body. This is done to prevent called to meet at the office of Hon.T. .

the capsized vessel for about\ fifteen ternoon in which the Giant cf this communication between prisoner McCullagh in the court house
minutes, until a sailboat, containing city took part. j j and witness. annex at 8 o'clock p. m., Saturday,

No news came until after! o'clock, I July 12. Business of importance will
W. H. Tail, of Atlantic Highland, { ALL"HO USE ATOMIZERS in be transacted.
although a report early in the night L. FRIEDMAN & GO'Si
N. J., !and Walter Tubln of NewVork tieating nasal catarrh will get the DAN MTRPHV, '
had it that the
score was a very unequal
best result from Ely's Liquid Cream Sec. Co. Ex. Com.

failed up and, rescued Mrs. one and in favor of Montgomery. Bairn. Price, including! spraying -- --- ---
Waterhouse. At the sima timeCaptain This was not believed, and tube, ;)cts. Sold by druggists or For Over Sixty; Years W'A1? M

mailed by Ely Bros., 56 Warren St., MRS WI.NSLOW'S HOOTHI STar bat
Hortu1I;:'. with hU launch rightly, because official news came 1 been used lor over sixty years by millionjol t
New York. mothers for their children while teethingwith "
Edna; May of Newark, N. J., rescued from the manager shortly afterward New Orleans!!, Sept. 1, 19011. perfect success. It soothe the child Thos. C. Watson & Co.,!; i!
local Mesr ELY BROS I sold two softens the gams.allays all paincures wind o1r 1ruuut rrr
informing admirers that Pen- :- the leading Real Estate Agents,take I
Captain Horn and 1m baby boy, Balm colic,and Is the best remedy for DiarrhoeaIt .
sacola had of bottles of your Liquid Cream will relieve the poor little sufferer Im all the worry off the shoulders of the
won S @
by a score to
Mi.. Horn and Dr. W"terh'u e, and to a customer, Win. Lamberton, lUG mediately. Hold by Uruinibts tn every part owners of property, manage the -'
Laird pitched and seems to I have Delachaise Kt., New Orleans; he has 01 the sure world.yon ask Twenty-five for M rs.Wmiiluw's cents a Sooth bottle.Be renting of their houses and the col. 1

carried them to Atlantic Highland*!. I used the two bottles, giving him log Syrup,"and take no other kind lection of their rents as conscien
been rattled
easily as the balls:
wonderful and most satisfactory re- -- tiously as they would themselves. NICK'S
Soldiers from Fort Hancock and called on him were iiumerou! ''suit-. OEO. W. MCDUFF, Their charges are very reasonable. I
I Pharmacist. I
: some of the civilians of the reservation Owens i* with the boys and will be 5nUTAURANT I

ill biau, I placed in the box today: when the Hotel Camden
Peusacolians expect to win by a I
the vicinity of the accident, but did I SICARI'S BATH HOUSE &
larger core. ('A II)1N, ALAUA.MA
not succeed tn fiudin; any of the M ;
The Montgomery people, on their .* !
Is Now Open ta the Public.
bod if> up to a late hour. The search visit here Frank Sigari will issue 100 family A 1
recently, were very anxious ,
season tickets for baths at his !splendid ..
will be continued, and J1 under the of
: probably: to have the Oiaut come to management
. bath house, for a family of one I DAILY MENUS
. dynamite: will be used in au etfort to their city and promised a "shut I to three at $1.50 for the !season! and :

.. ra1-e the bodie- to the surface. out," but the results of yesterday's for a family of from three up for two ,MRS.. s. MIMS, Comprise: all tJ.e Up-to- :

gameand the prospects for the one dollars. These season tickets! will Date Di-bes trw Markets -
j of Pensacola, Florida. ; ..
of today show that the lmtfulpromise entitle the family to bathe whenever of the World III

THE STORM .I. was not kept. they wish throughout the season. 1 RATES REASONABLE, Afford. .. ;

2-Jjlm i II"
"King" Baily, Atlanta's famous By the Day, Week or Month. )

LAST NIGHT'( pitcher Montgomery, will today.probably pitch for THEGARFIELD ICE-COLD WATERMELONS ICE CO'S.NAVAL AT 1 ( I IA I' Furnished Market with Affords the Best the i iI ;' Ladies' Private ::

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STOKES MAUKKT. i Public Patronage Solicited. Dining Parlor.*. :
For two hours lat night a severe YACHT CLUB MEETINC SLMitt AMD tit IcT.vt PREPARATION I.ATCAN&USED I A
ported Dally bj Free Sample Rooms. -
wind and rain storm, preceded by sivts COUaatCUcsS.SARTS AMD DTeieOEUcATtrA III
Union Naval Stores Co.
vivid lightning flashes: anj heavy I I Sunday Rates Made to TravelingMen. Regular Dinner Daily. A'N
I The yacht club meeting last night/ BO8I9. i
thunder prevailed in this city, and WW ._... ..... ... JJ > H .. ..._......_|1 jl') / 1-- '
tho**" whose duties required them to was a brief one. The usual monthly'reports WQ. ...... ....ssi U .... ......_. I 4 S __ .... .__.a4> r _. 1 85 1I
be all night said today that whileit were not called for, and the : M ...... ....m.._......._ 8 Hi K.-p. ._ 1 :!5 S. I CRAND EXCURSION. I Short Onlfr Promptly ,,'._.
up K ...._.........2ti I)_ ..... 1 :!5 I II "Illeod. Night or A -
lasted there was hardly ever felt report of the timekeepers and judges I.8'IaITI.Tl1a'IUITun-f.. 2u 3 C A. below.._. 12 5 ; I Day. III.

of the 4th of July race wa taken: up ..
here a more active disturbance of the
and disposed of, the measurementsof If IfiKoraetiiji.','1 to Eat ia
element Everybody has a right to a little The Best Laundry Starchon you "1111.JOu' I ,litat <<
the skiff Whaleback having been piece of this earth. But they must
When the wind first began it lift. the Market. ;
by the official fight for it. They must watch their Nick Apostle's
reported measurer.
ed clouds of dust, which blinded .
great chance to get it, and get it.

ryes! and made life quite miser- Mr. C. Christopherson. The resultof Thos. C. Watson & Co. NO BOILING NECESSARY.The To Mobile and New Orleans! Monday Popular Restaurant :?
July 14th, leaving Union Depot .
the race was! declaredroundbottoms have some particularly fine bargainsto
able. After a short while the rain offer just now, and they invite Monday morning at 11:30 o'clock '
: Dodo 1st, Wa-wa 2nd: only Starch Manufactured Fare for round To
sharp. :
and trip J
commenced and fell in torrents. von come investigate same. 1IIIIJII11Vrv"l \
skiffs: Whaleback 1st, Ruth 2ld. You will never regret having done in the South, Mobile, $1.60; to New Orleans, $1.00. ) vI v J) V \) .
the of few
Beyond tripping a top. to. From Cantonment and Century same
The matter of the race of Sunday. Help Build up a as Pensacola. A special rate will be --
heavy trees and leveling of quite a
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made from Milton to Pensacola to atf
Jane 29,was referred to and an error I will repair ;your watched
number of fences, there is no dam- VIRCINIA COLLECE SOUTHERN INDUSTRY.Lay connect with this! excursion. Returning jewelry In first-claaa style. J 1
in stating the result was corrected leave New Orleans Wednesday -
age reported. For YOUNG LADIES Roanoke, Va
at 11:30 o'clock and
-- -- ---- I the Ruth being declared winner, Opens Sept. 1;, ltt:!. One ol the leading Mobile morning
Schools for Young Ladle In tile South Wednesday afternoon at 4
Two Bottles Cured Him. with Cyclone second. New buddings, piano and equipment. o'clock. Coffee and refreshments
"I was troubled with kidney com Campus! ten acre). Grand mountain scenery will be served on train returning Save uiufCY four fern'
of Va. famed for health. European
plaint for about two years. writes A. Purchase tickets at ticket office.
and Aroercan teacben. Fall
H. Davis of Mt. Sterling la., "but two Ball Bearing, keen cut Conservatory advantage In Art.Music conrte and the dust. You can buy P For further information apply to lure at Marston $ Quina's

bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure effected 1!, Elocution student from thirty Htates ROBT. KINO or
garden hose at the Willis Empo
r .' ting Lawn Mowers, at the For catalogue addressi Great Furniture
a permanent cure. by MATTlE t>. HARRIS President, ,
D'AJemkerte South Palafox street. Willis Hardware Go's- i i Roanoke,\a. Hardware Co. Excursion Managers rium.
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