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 9, 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
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Pensacola is the seat of government for the westernmost city in the westernmost (Escambia) county of Florida. Since the colonial period, Pensacola has been an important naval port and economic center. By 1889, it was one of Florida’s four largest cities, with a population exceeding ten thousand. The Pensacola Daily News began publication in 1889. The editors pledged to "be Democratic, conservative but yet sufficiently aggressive to give weight to [the Daily News’] remarks." By March 1897, the Daily News had increased its circulation to 1,500. The Pensacola Journal, begun as a weekly, remained its main competitor. Among the bigger stories the Daily News covered was the 1891 dedication of the Confederate Monument in Lee Square and the outbreak of the Spanish-American War in 1898. Pensacola’s Gulf Coast port, like others in Florida, hosted forces bound for Cuba, among them Theodore Roosevelt. In the years that followed, Pensacola continued to expand. 1908 saw the completion of a new Spanish Renaissance City Hall. Around this time, the Daily News was followed by the Pensacola Evening News. The exact year of the transition is uncertain as the Pensacola Evening News continued the numbering of its predecessor. The earliest verified edition of the Pensacola Evening News dates from April 6, 1908. In 1910, when its population reached 23,000, Pensacola erected its first skyscraper--the ten-story American National Bank building, constructed the San Carlos Hotel, and raised a wooden bridge across Bayou Texar. By 1912, Pensacola had twenty-one miles of paved streets. The first modern hospital opened in 1915, and by 1924 the city’s fire department was entirely motorized. In that same year, the Pensacola Evening News merged its operations with the Pensacola Journal then under the leadership of John H. Perry. For the next six decades, the two papers continued to report the city’s news, the Journal in the morning and the News in the evening.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1889.
General Note:
Description based on: Mar. 5, 1889.
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
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Three White Men and Two Negroes -- ,II I t In Case of Accident $1,000Vill be ;' j

Special to The Daily Special to The Daily News.

Meet Death. f Washington, July 8.- Memphis, fenn, j'jly 8.'A Scimitar Paid to the Family Victim.
special from
Helena Ark
says: :
of Georgia, chairman j
"The body of a white man. supposedto :
cratic congressional __ i
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be S. R. Gayord, of Los Angeles ,
p this morning for New Cat, was found last night undor a
: >aiiy: News. will meet Ben T. Cable, Special to The Daily News:
tree below the with i
I city a bullet hole
a July 8.-Three whi'eunws. MORGAN the executive committee through his head. \ew York"; July Arrangements PEN8ACQLABALL

,. Killed, one white INBERLIN ter's return from Europe On the tree was a mirror that had have been made by the United Railways J

: K1': ) injured is the rtc- | "Our campaign will been used by Gayord in aiming the and Electric company of Buffalo ;;

., thunder and lightniusitrday. once" said Judge Griggs shot that ended his life and near hi* says a Times special from that TEAM !

sue will be body was the weapon, a 44 bulldog r<> city which Insures the lives of 3,000

-- Republicans cannot : volver. Gayord came to Helena yes motormen and conductors on Its lines

-'tv all employed In the by having their terday morning and registered at the In[ case of a fatal accident while In BADLY FAKED
'parimeni of the South Special to The Daily News. the service of the ,
country talking itoelln hotel as being from Iowa, but company sum
phone and Telegraph New York July 8.-J. Pierpont1r. They have sinned away all his clothing bear marks of Los of $1,00011I be paid to the family of

were stretching wire gan's arrival here: caused a great stir, grace by refusing to Angeles merchants In his grip at the victim. Tne company win pay

by lightning.! The con- cables the Berlin conespondent of legislation, when they the hotel was found a paper of the the entire cost and will make na reduction If there
ever was a trowd of boys
was working In two The H raili. W.hen Mr. Morgan, ac. portunity and when, Carrick Dramatic school, at Los Angeles from tho wages of the men.

,';l ;5 miles apart. Three companied by his daughter, gaunter?1 In congress would have which leads to the belief that It will amount to GO cents for each em badly treated and footed, that crowd

". >' killed and one Injured The headquarters of he broken down ploye. The Insurance is to be accepted
he was a actor a belief
Unter Den Lenden. was
through was John Oliver's base ball team
ti, two negroes killed and will be opened at which, 'is helped out by the man's appearance -, as settlement' for any claim againstthe ,
his resemblanceto
easily recognized<< by I
1 :. the other. Judge Griggs will go to lie was about 60 years i company, and in this sense is a the Giants, which went to Montgomery
the pictures and cartoons with which
':..j< bolt killed the five week and will remain mutual arrangement between employee Sunday night for two
the German have been almost
two. The white men public I
aiding Mr. Cable In and employers
daily entertained Manager Oliver and Short Stop

k 1.4.. :'olrlorgan said: "I am very sor I work. old.THE Sullivan returned this morn'.ng, bat

ry but I cannot say anything about ISTHMIAN FOUL BASEBALL
the remainder of the team are yet
....: ' all of Alexander, i the kaiser. lie was exceedingly court- NEARLY I I
in and will have i
Montgomery to
noun to us. lie's a great man, for a

'> 10 at work construct- fact" TROUBLES KILLS YOUTHSpecial play today, making three games '

'.. Sato Clemtnt A. Griscom, who was with
; h'.ue lite between wl.en arrangement:; had been madeto
..-.mvil'.e.: One gang the party on board the Meteor, paid: JIS ---
play but two, Messrs. Oliver and
I 1.l"! Satll'.a! river 2 "The Anglo-Saxon! countries, th<; Ipecial! to The News. to The Daily News.

.-' and the other United States and Great Britain and Sullivan were compelled to return
M-U. I Irk 8 Hubert
Danville July
Panama 8 General
'July Salazar
Lt ar Pattereon. IS miles Germany, are destined to rule the sea Special to The Daily the governor of Panama, has receive Jones 14 years of age son of J. Jones, this morning to attend to pressing
'. r,-- Two negroes were and commerce. Germany is a growicg -
c merchant at Belleville, while watching
a duties.
Chicago July 8.-A a dispatch from Bogota, the capital
the I tatiou. The kaiser is fully acquaint.
umndfd from gaL
baseball here was struck
L.b Satiila: rl\\<1'. The ed with the relations between ths dent ocurred today in announcing that Generals Pedroga by a foul ball and game instantly killed. The second game was played yes-
Granlto Ulloa. Leal and
nearly lost his life in a Teopolio Garcia
t work in the early! af- trans-.ttiantic Shipping company t( rday afternoon. Pensacola
and the to save a friend from I and their staffs, together with General money
.' nut of rain and hat which Mr. Morgan has
I Flock to
Thousands Henley. '
In Gunderson, who lived Marin a most important liberaleader was everywhere, and bets were freely -
M 1 puttit up wine Geiman Headship companies.
Henley England, July 8.-Given R
ct..a; : struck the wires fait, the Kaiser Is acquainted with all house at 24S of the department of Tolini! continuance of the fine weather offered that the locals would shutout
: pr
have laid down their
committed suicide early arms on a'cnuntof
t the details and shows a marvelousgrasp vailing now the Henley regatta promises Montgomery. Most of these bets .
the piiarantees' offered by the Bogotan
by turning on gas
ehock of current affairs.
that the same rfiram to be a record in point of attenl- remained untouched which showed
r... .. board the Meteor Stover who government.At ,
oj 41 t I."t!! i'lll" Those "While we were on Carriages drags, motor card
jacent room to Carmen General De Tacap defeat. ance. how much confidence
I V. wrrr Tom Mitch- he assumed charge and directed and the crowds the Montgomery
trains emptied on
ened the odor of ed the liberal forces under OfnerailMunoz
ee4:, \ 't. !.fU. and Will Cui :tike: a life-long seaman. In fact, hj'id by ; river side today; and the town acconv had In their players.
into the hall decided killing or wounding 20'
t negru K W Wh'.to.! wht! was \\.. have hood the Meteor in as win over taxed provide she
modatlons were to
from his friend's men. This general also won a vie outset of the game
w, icdi'l arrtuuely: in the tack and R.: of the first prize except for the room. for the crowds. The sky was
the door and tory over the forces of General Garcia ter Screws
t rcJy! II. Botkin, white, of South largi- handicap given the boat. receiving cloudless and there was little mov& Manager announced that !1\

.rwlt! "u Lady: shocked but wl! 'The kaiser sympathized with out Stover broke open Rlveira. rendering{; it useless tcause : ment in the air. consequently everybody man named Mahoney wouM umpire.
gas rushing out of the any more
fir efforts at doing away with unnecessary able to obtain kind of craH
any Mahoney was known to be anythjngbut
+ the sho.'k fame Smith and competition between the various Ignited by the hall light

"..-*. on top of th. poe Smith trans-Atlantic lines and effecting econ explosion followed, in PARCHED was on the dyer-- I I fair, so Manager Oliver reg6-

ttrnisa.' 1.I !irance of 20 was severely Injured. terei
omy."I 1'I Blanton Is Granted feapft"e.Raleigh. : a kick and was ably supported
It :. f.r.g: across tl:6Vlri' man was taken to the I
have no doubt the kaiser Is ba- July 8 -(OGvernor the other
.. Aycqo'ahj by Pensacolians. After
dead when
i rr.'in : was IN WILKES
falling to the
coming and popular, not
more more until
: r2trKl l Hobday 21 I "
r July much however
TL-U were at the foot only among his own people, but In persuasion, the boysfrom .
D. Blanton. of the
"" Richard one two u.
.r : !lug th; wires The other countries When Prince Renry ,,- t" here commenced
NO CLEW TOCONVIGT I groes under sentence to be hanged at to play, and
: r. -'attly! and knoc.t
visited the United Statei a member 01 The N'ews. a'
Special to Dally from the
.' .' iiaeless. A. W. galjsbury!! today for assault The start the umpire showed
the New York Yacht club decided to '
." .es from Home Ga. make a return by coming over to the Washington. Ga., July S.-Crops are I counsel of tate Iook"eJ Into. the etldene his evident purchased partiality. He

>'i'Ia river the killed i i literally burning up in parts of this! i Ijj the case. and heard the report
would call balls
meeting at Kiel. 1 am sure that tin I on Owens at every
iJ..r. single, white, of attendance of an increasing! number county. The very dray weather and of ex-Judlfe YVc-mac. More time Is!
M. C. Hawkins excessively hot sunshine and winds given to investigate the cue The chance, and when it was demon-
glcgla.H of .
American yacht at Kl l It now oer
i! Rhymer, white. D. B. tain. special to The News have played havoc with the corn crop, other men, Fleming and Conley will strated that he was wrong he threat-

\' mta. wa badly shock- "The kaiser expressed admiration Seattle \Vaoh.. July and the cotton crop i is not escaping be hanged today. ened to have the entire Pensacola \
Gardens are parching up the lu-
>>err The two me n for Mr. Morgan. I think he believe cey the escaped convict bunch arrested for
tense heat. It has been four weeksInre disorderly conduct -
work Ilkt the Patter. that the United States son home at Port :
a good country a drop of rain has fell THREE PROMINENT I
at this going so far as to summon eM-
!shock came From to model after. There I. no re* day, no real clew has b \ place. The thermometer has I
try men wero workingV son to fear rivalry either, between as to his cers. \
.' \ M Burke was foretcrson Germany and the United dians are watching for thought anything of going to 102. The CITIZENS !
: States from a H ILL This condition
I' ,: Jang and W commercial] standpoint. All work :Mllsah county, and fruit is badly damaged, and will fall i of things wail eif- t ;

: .man of the Little Sato together for a common end."may I.I lower sound is being far would short be a of month what was thought It -- dured for about an hour, but a point .

o. The bloodhounds when patience
ceased to be
Three a virtue !
have been a mis- \Valla penitentiary prominent citizen! of Pen

'. 'Dt.n In allowing the MORE VESSELS They came to Seattle MURDER MAY BECLEARED sacola are reported as being quite ill was in the seventh inning The I' !

score stood 4 to 4. In
> soon after the light taken to Port Madison, I today Pensacola'shalf

tended. Unless Tracey I a man reached third and '
lines were nearly REPORTED OVERDUESpecial in Kilsah county, the UP Hon. J. M. Hilliard is very sick at I than, for the Caw- I I
Penacolaslinect the
,\. .-n Jacksonville antI be taken across the his home, corner of Gregory and I :
i ball out for a three-bagger. He
negroes are greatly to The Beyond guarding Ninth avenue and two physicians: was j I
'! death of their com- Daily : threatened by Tracey ; Special to The Daily News. called out on second, on the claim he i
attended him
.' be San Francisco, July S.-Two" more his the today.
may some troum appearance Raleigh. July 8 -It is believed hadn't touched the
.. ''.' to complete the coal laden vessels have been addedto different counties on mystery of the murder of Mrs. Catherine Mr. John Cosgrove at the corner bag, when he bad !

the overdue t. The British ship i no definite plans. Bailey is solved. Her head was of DeYl1liers and Gregory, and Mr. in reality tarried momentarily I; ,t

Cumberland is now out 84 days from every report down and crushed with an ax in her yard near William Watts standing on the second base to ascertain 1,

FOUR Newcastle. Australia, for Taltal and all facts. here ten days ago. Monday the alleged on Est: Wright where the ball

BODIES 25 per cent is being paid on her bv murderer was! brought here. H. i street, near Alcauiz are also report. went to. Seeing :

the underwriters. On the British ie Louecyer Morris, aged 25, and, it i ed very ill. Close friends have been that he could reach third he ran and -r

FLOAT ASHORE bark Erlscourt. now out 73 days from (I FIVE DIE ; TWO is claimed is of unsound mind. It I summoned to Mrs. Co*grove's bedside was called out.
Newcastle for I
Valpralso. 15 per cent I Is was in evidence that he had said be j I' Welles quit on this
being paid. The rate on the French I!! could disguise himself, kill her aid I and grave results from her decision and !

bark Broun has advanced to 30 per | BECOME get her money. lie denies his guilt, j illness are feared. Cawthon was substituted. No effort Iii

:'MI.y News: cent. She Is out 183 days from Newcastle and accounts for all his time that'I I was made: to win the game there- J.

: a July 8.Yesterday I England, for San Francisco. --- day save the hour during which the I Men Will He Boys. after. ,

kMi"!oR.c discovery on I Special to The Daily was murdered.
r. In the excitement of a lively exercise Last night when Manager Oliver ; :
During the
morning '
uf three YOUNG BOY Charleston S'. C., July like boat-racinz or ball-plavinr._ went to the other
n..grot'li'Nt' r>' manager to checkup : ,
den deaths and two they will strain ,
e 'n fled river, one at th! THE ATHENS muscles and go; the Pensacola
.. reported to the police home player was Informed ;
street and two othersrrate DROWNS IN RIVER 4S hours limping and sore. Then they that ..
are I unless a third
l street, near tho are glad they have Perry Davis'Painkiller game was ; ,
whisky and the hot DISTRICT CONFERENCE I
-p ha 'ou. It Is known temperature reached 102 on band to soothe the played no division of the gate re* j

.' toclle! have been found Special to The Daily News: day the highest quivering nerves ; to penetrate the ceipts would be made, this having
"f Twelve Mile bayou muscles with warmth and
healing been instructions
*..,.. af.othe, West Point, Ga., July'&.-Otis Smith years.The Special to The Daily News It given the Mont ,
city The has relieved
power. the of
of pain
cases insanity '*
x... of a party of six who the 9-year-old son of John Smith an Washington Ga.. July 8.The gomery manager. Remonstrances'were
generations of
t. rectly to the heat \ Americans.
lit. Saturday operator in the Lanett cotton mills, Athens district conference convenesat in vain, and if the }
bOY8 wanted
I evening came from the free Large bottles 25 and 5') cents.
's' g the! river at Pandora was drowned in the Chattahoochee river Glade, Oglethorpe county. Wednesday
what was
along with the heat. coming to them had
Smith evening July 23. Rev. they ,
11th.* overturning of yesterday morning. Young Ellison R. ,
aIll with a few of his playmates, were in the RJce entire planters destruction above of Cook, of Washington Is to speak on i MYERS THINKS ANY OLD to play today or lose. Those who .

bathing when he caught a cramp and "The Place of the Epworth League In could do so, remained, and will ,
less rain falls within
called for assistance. The young the Work of the Ohureh" Rev. J. THINC WILL DO THE PEOPLE

II \\Ij ( \\\Ta\ }t Furniture, go boys did not know what to do. and two. The weather T. Robins of Washington, will .peak arrive home tomorrow, providIng ;!
ul to PRYOR'S. Smith was drowned within 25 feet of city are the most on "The Churck Finances ;" Rev W. Senate Bill 61. A Bill to be en. they are not mobbed this afternoon. ;
and great suffering has titled "An Act to !
H. Cooper of compel railroad
the bank. His body was recoveredby TignsJl. on "Education, f "
'r D WATERMELONSATUIELDICECO'S. searching parties this afternoonnear tot. and Rev. D. B. Caitrall. of Rayla, on companies to construct and provide Elegant china t'

: the place where he went down. What you "MUsioas. The conference prom. suitable stational accommodations for closets,

--- The remains will be interred in the portant, but what you Isea to be one of unusual interest passengers at the stations on their sideboards and leather t

I I" hose at the Willis Lanett cemetery. money is ten times lines of roads." On the passage of seat chairs at Marstonfr 1

Biw-nefl's Vanilla costs ICE-COLD WAITER L01S AT this bill Mr. Myers voted NO. (Senate Quina'S' Low prices ;
[( ; easy
.Ire CO's Try THE NEWS Want Column. worth more. THE GARFIELD ICE COU Journal 1893JI. :[ 22June2t payments.
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STEAMSHIPS.-- - :i' FREIGHT HANDLERS' I Despondency I I!I land One Frocc telegraph of the as great Enemy line enemies in of central Commerce.of Australia the ore;- .I Mercury gild POlaSh rao-,: -

is the common green fro?. In order to I

iAN OCEAN TRIP STRIKE TIES UP ROADSNine Is often only a sympton of dyspepsia ':I, save the insulators: from being broken ONLY SERVE AS A MASK FOR ,
there is loss of nutntioii ;
In dyspepsia a
with t
,i I by the lightning they are provided CONTAGIOUS BLOOD POISON
which is felt by brain as well as body; I

To NEW YORK, BOSTON t Thousand Men Called the mind grows morbid as the body I I wire "droppers" leading round them to the at They hide its repulsive form, and this serpent disease,

Alp ALLI { loses vigor. ,I, a little distance to conduct on stupefied by these drugs lies dormant until the effects bhave
Doctor Pierce's iron pole in case of newl. The frogs s'i
EASTERN RESORTS worn off or treatment is discontinued when it __
: Out Chicago. and find the insulatorscool
Golden Medical climb the poles i breaks down the
mask and becomes as full of life and venom as
I Discovery curesdyspepsia and pleasant! to their bodies and I, ever

pmj '; SQt\\\\ L ) I JOBBING INTERESTS CRIPPLED, diseases and of other the I, fancy furnish that them the "dropper"with a back' is seat.put thereto Aft- I time Mercury they and drive Potash the poison may dry back up into the sores the blood and and eruptions system, but, where at the it fane ktr's

OCEAN STEAMShIP COMPANY JJ I I stomach and associated -I stretch I upon the tender tissues, membranes and nerves finally breaking ot m
and out aleg
Lt-WKAiE .M.iKi'KM' HE \ it Is Said If the Teamsters Come to organs of digestion ,i er a nap they yawn I most disgusting sores and even destroying the flesh and bones

Hours of Ocean Breezes and nutri-I until it touches the pole. Result Mercury and Potash cannot accomplish a radical and permaiiew -..
JO the Aid of the Handlers They May sudden death of the frog, and as the
Sailings each WeeK f I tion. It enables They have a palliative but not curative effect upon this treachery is sr._j .

3 ) I I Win; If Not the Chances Are They the proper nutri- I body continues to conduct the currentto like disease. These drugs produce mercurial Rheumatism, de-tmv, (

from Savannah Ga. Will Lose. I 'tion of the body the earth we have a paragraph In teeth and corrode the membranes of the stomach and bowels, causing in/

Ti:r ..u....l IM )' tli r<'|'''': r Itn-nwn J i and restores men- the papers to the effect that "In consequence mation and dyspepsia, nervousness and general derangement of the > .
'. r..r" tal cheerfulness ; r '
x 4 r oJr..I.Ia .:! ." i-. ',L k rrra.w,. "onlln.I.n .+..f. iIrtra t' Chicago July 8.-The freight hana- well as physical as | of an interruption to the lines, I S. S. S. is a Specific for Contagious Blood Poison, and the only antidote:J

=:[ :tl>..n.rtJ ',.. >. .r' .a..dan*' alert" sad I' -I T."ya Ira ,' w f lers' strike which called out 9.(04) men strength. !i| probably caused by a cyclonic disturbance : for the peculiar virus that spreads so quickly {hrouehouj theyutea:
e.u .. t r' New V re. I in the interior we are unable] to the blood
ao.- > yesterday and seriously curtailed the For about two yean i iI I corrupting infecting every organ and b of the"bc tea ...... -.0. uffcred from a present cur readers with the usual Cables
a.rea rTC. aea. To handling of freight appeared no near- eery S. S. S. destroys the serpent and tilmr.aI'q
obstinate of dvcpep
._... ...11.... La'. ,..._1.. ha 1 case .- I from Enganol.-Xature: Notes.Growth atom of from
"E.scord. .' ...... tal.t ..... P .-.1.Ha, er settlement thle morning than it did -ta. writes R. every poison the blood, it tnalo .

.....u.. ....._.. ....1. da.lwudl.r4 f yetterday. Chairman Job of the Eastern: A E,'e.q".,Toronto.of 13 1 thorough and radical cure of the disease .nn A- *
-,:r Mfr trt. r I l I .. of Children.At !I same time builds the
xx state board of arbitration, when ask dif Ontario. 1 tried a up general health. S > ..
great number of remedies I five years of age boys are mainly contains no minerals of kind but
i he had received an answer from1 without success.I any is a ,fl, *
} finally beat! faith in taller than girls but the girls appearto vegetable remedy and we offer $1,000 for proof to the contrarv. .
the railroads the to his 01I"'of r
GEstn..ltt:. CH 8CHEDL'LEFollowing i or men them a'.1. I.u 10 far equal them at the seventh year and Write us about your case and our physicians will cheerfully .
arbitration answered in the nega gone that I could not bear any Solid food on continue thus up to aDd including the without. charge. Our home treatment book will be sent free to .
13 the schedule of the >
tlve. At all the freight pickets "0
my Stomach for a longtime ninth year. after which the boys rise desire 't- THE SWIFT SPECIFIC
steamer General French : mtlaxcholtand COMPANY Atlanta fit.
ronrnn1 endeavored to persuade newcomers ftlt
i above the girls for two .
Could again years.U I
which THE NEWS prints for the dtfttatl I .
merchants who from taking Jobs and sought to nut sleep noi follow about twelve years the girls suddenly -
beutttt of the hip
their good to the various armyro.t. lure men away already at work. In my four occup months tion. ago Some a become taller! than the boys continuing life.Sound Make kidneys are safeguards of)I Rubber hose, all sr -" ,. rz!
1 the witnL
the of the Illinois! Central th hsalthy ,
yards >- friend recommended until the fifteenth year when ??

.*..: IVnucoU ... ... .. _. .....7ma.m. !f fmen brought !in last night were atj your Golden: After Medicalbiwoverv. / : a the boys finally retain their superiorityof I Foley's Kidney Cure Sold by W. \. t/ie n llllS Hardware ( '1",

....arr. f.arranenl. ... ..... 7:5"a.m.Lrarrt work on perishable freight. They ; : treatment I .;.,.-.. .-..... "- D'Alembtrtf-: South Palafox gtmPhfa '. -Baloam .
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j wi d f stature, : : I ---- ---- Stop*ueT : '
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Plcfcen. :\/1 a. m. -
Leant lIarraDeai ". '_'" !SIS a. m. ,|I, spent the. night !In sleeping ca.s hal derive o t !>chtIenett I :? ------ ssdooicUyallaysinnammEct. u. ::4 ,
that I canuitued
Learn iVoiaeola ..,H>:15 a. 01'1'Annl 'j i brought for the purpose and ate their: the tnedidne. Ihave I Imitating National Lawmaker
Unrranciit 11:1" a. m. and I,: You will have pride 11'
mAUl A trip 19 fort Mcltee and Ib'n re- :1: breakfast: In. dining I cars mostly! 0 and taken am convinced three bottle I Twenty boys of tile Wavt-rly N. Y.I ( /rgvie /flower gardens if th'v -.

turns to Iiariaceai. tljj pattern used on coestructio.) it has in my case accomplished I high school have organized! a conr'essmodeled own ground. Your r! a '
Mayas Karranrai ..... 1:15: p. Id.LeTrbI'vkraa '! a permanent cii'e I can conscientiously I sigaature en every ws c I the g"ccilaxative -.!' I "
. ... ..1:-;] p. m. ,; train. recommend it to the thousands of dy;;- after our national House ot ,I : Bromc-Q ui3lneTabrtea! home, and he can :: w

Lcarri frn>acola .. .... .. .. .... l::ill ip. m.LtlTCi A man fmilar with the present peptic's throughout the land representatives. The ctrnpr meets though he may thnk!! w
flckrCD .... .JSp.m. the rcniudy that cnrea a cu11l1 one day.
I : .
Every woman want-
substitute for Golden Metl- everyVednesday night, and all national a '
Arrive" 5:*, p. m. and wakes: i trouble I and experienced in strikes eat 1 Accept no
trip toNcKeraLdreturn, [' ical Discovery.'' There is nothing "just questions are di"cu"sf't1. They I .I fwn. and if she will :i.v. a' .i J wMnDWf11Ity.
\Vt-dne-diysandSaturdays; the :: as good" for diseases of the stomach receive from the concrvssumn: for their : Thus. C. Watson & Co..
I ,
"If the of
the to aid
a boat will: leave Jlarratcas via: Pick- teamsters t-cme blood and lungs. district i lull George W. Hay otlicial I The undersignedtakesthismethodoflerin leading Real Esate Ah'i;

rin for I'en.jcolr at Ii:::31J p. m. the freight handlers they will win; if Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets stimulate I docuaients.: ,I of : ;?; her services as a ;i :au show her :."W easy alI '

The General French is for army not, the chances are that they will: the liver." I drst-cla-s licensed midwife having I )4e.
purpose* only and any outsider must lose it is too easy for the railroads j II I had 33; years experience. : -

have a pa-* from the quartermaster >I to bring in new men/ I, Can give bet of refereLtes from Buy a new garden n ;,

o take pa-'age 01 her. I This statement is Lull of meaning :ti '! Another Sky Scraper for Gotham. I The Same Old Story.J. leading! physicians of this city. from the
A. relates Willis
Kelly an experience 1ps.)1. GlDDEN" Har connection with the statement of of- \ New York July Negotiations! ; similar to that which has happem
jltf Ill :south DeVilliera
finals of the Teamsters' union who have ben practically completed! fir !in almost every neighborhood in th tit Company.

STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE have riaid that the freight haulers pro. i ircefVd the construction of a skyscraper on '. United States and has been told and

to Strike without the pam-tinn the triangular; pb.t now partly vacant I retold by thousands of others. He DR. M 0 FrETT'S

Ilf(\\ren IVn;,ac-iili and Milrun-HoatKniio of the Chicago Federation of Labor bounded by Uroa wa)'. Seventh avenue I' says: "Last summer I had an attackof

Daily "'\1'1 Sunday. and thereforrthey would be allowed to Forty-second street. It is reported i dysentery and purchased a bottlr ofChamberlain's
Colic Cholera and
i fight out their own salvation. that the new buildings principal j
"CITY Ol TA\PA. I I Diarrhoea Remedy which I used according -
The jobbing interests of the city aro tenant will be ore of the grea* ''
to directions and with entirely
Ly Miltun .\:r* am .n.aeoll\.I.IIIOI seriously tied up in their :ihippln'g do-i dally newspapers now being published J satisfactory results. The trouble was
Arl'raaeola.r: "HIII Ar Milton. 5: part merits. Heavily laden trucks In Park Row. The management of' controlled much quicker than former
l arr,+"r' ; Hound trip,ll:u'i. I' ( TEETHING POWDERS)
.. __ __ I1 which loft the freight yards are in the newspaper in question; declared, i attacks when I used other remedies"

----1 I many instances still in waiting to te however that the reports of their in j Mr. Kel'lis a well-known citizen of ,.3. W. Bo"f ,.rtsnist MftaodlflCorferenct.writM:) "Enrlnaed aura li dfl'trcenuforwl"pal1las..Ark 'I'L hpr I'. iRe ee

THE GUN BARREL FENCE j jfn unloaded. The roads so far have had tention to desert "Newspaper Row" for Henderson. N. C. For sale by all tsoiwkaesof'1EETIIISA" W*wonder bow..e hater&i *d children w"b, atiL Tt -r',if litofin ,
I druggists; and medicine dealers.Foley's .rnt 0.a park..'?and it came at a most oppnrtane bmraur a*nouf >n, 'itt'tb 1:
but little! chance of handling: anything uptown quarters were unauthorized. b fn in Lad ODJIIon TT Jays and nothing then we gate did an?good; the urcoiid dow of "n KHI\ ,"
..tnit of a Krnilntlrr fif tlir Hid save perishable, freight. I I wrfwt rrhrl and be hat. bad no further Irootle. Other iLCmbcri the t

IIn) In \\ ...hlnllo'o". I Sandstorm Does Great Damage. Honey and Tar : a perfect taccess.BOYS

L ".\ !-' ,'I I ill!I but nv -rthli! .ss int'retIrI. ;: I ANTHRACITE COAL STRIKE. San Francisco, July 8.-A san.'- I cures colds prevents pneumonIA and GIRLS! no\'oa'lil htomftk"alltt1f '' *.
Dlo ('JdUllng lIftrf'mOIll"'lI"
I.t latidtn.irk. a'* it were, of Wa,.bnKton! I storm has caused damage estimated -- --- I so,you can readily do so. bIn \

f bait tlisii'iMdreil. .ind with !it has gone Means To Bring About Peace Have; at il.t1iAf00 In the Indio valley on tL I i ? our "Blueine." 40 per tat, eomml, ion on all fair. An lndip .able arhousfholj .
IF YOU ARE use. hvrry Uiiy Ib Uoll(1btttl wtien they tee tt. Unit Sheet makes INBluenatrr
H4>tlnr n-iic oi tin* call war,"' said an Not All Been Exhausted. \ Southern Pacific railroad in the Colorado you ever used in tb.- wu h. \Vrile today, before your territory l aki-,
some one ..lbl'lInd w. mil tend by return mail dozen of "
one packages .
desert. Bluelne
old r*''nt l"'iit. Wilkesbarre Pa., July 8.The A asooiated ,
LOOKING FOR BARGAINSFor When you have sold them, return uc ur., retaining the balance 4Ur as sour ttlon. <.'
"1 n-f-T to the iron fence in the ar- Press Is able to announce lJonold..lay. but s rite at one.
Marian's Hole." AddrrhsGLEZiNM.1st'AC1t'Itl\G: : CO. kept C let lion ell 1'liila. I1*.
that the National Civic Federation > I
a/sal KriiiindHbifli fi
r so
many yearsurri'iiiutiil i
Justice Harlan is a jrolfiac, says; the
:\ which tried so hard to prevent the an-1 i ithracite 16v..
tli* old wooden I
hospital XYork World lie says it Is the the next ten days I will sell

tniMiii;? "ii the right; band of the main '| coal miners'strike, has not Neatest game in the world.! He plays 1 ROYAL STANDARD \\VllISKEY]
exhausted all its means in an effort you any article now in stock at a
tutrain at tli.- f'mt of 1'our and a Half i, !eu-ral times a week. He is more than
I to bring about peace in the anthracite discount of 2-j; cent from the ,
j per reg-
fctrcvl. TliiH fiii coal fl Ms. The 8 Years Old in Cases of 4 Full at! S3.20
trdluary lnter .t and was historic, as I investigation and has a deep chest and shoulder a ular price. Think of it-you will Quarts, per case

It Wit" m d*> of mu=ket barrels sur- which was started soon after the miners yard neru! I
ciountiil by |iaynii.>t
u..wl In tli civil w/ r. It made progress, and it is understood that theI : air fur yard< and yards. There is one i $1'X' )). tee; you save 2:> cents on THIS.. Di-tillery, and is fully matured in wood
I federal
government through the dej hole in the Chevy Chase links called 1 btfore'bottlin It is absolutely and not ex.
lN th a unique mid tlYfi-tixc barrier t I'litilnunit was often commentedCJHUI j partment of labor is persisting in this I Ii "I In Flan's hole." In some wonderful celled in quality by any Whiskey of the same age
the time to buy diamonds or
II i your
i where The Standard
manner the Justice once made the hole I DO matter produced. Royal !
yioltor4 who. I-tro iiiux!! throuirh
I A fw weeks ago Walter Weyl a rep. In one stroke. III'Iro'e the ball off! I watch or any other article in stock is eight year old when bottled, and consideringits
: would
tbtj.Tuuti.i.. finder curiously the
; re .'ntative of the department of la the tee and It rolled Into the lJt)"'. The I very cheap. Call and examine ; excellent quality is the cheapest wlll*key in
of the and I j
rusty Kiluts bayonets WuiiCtr and
the market at that price. As a beverage as
| bor at Washington and Professor John csiddie spent half an hour looking for goods. Renumber this olfer is for 44
whtlir tli"jy had ever t-etu actualfMT an absolutely pure stimulant, there is none better
R. Commins. of the civic federation, the hall In the high! while the I only ten days. No trouble to how
lce UIHIII tb Held of l'IHtl.ti a I i grass I I I Shipped in cases; containing no marks whatever t(

entry U oil (Militant duty at thi. cntrainf made a tour of the anthracite region j justice fumed and fretted. Then some-1! good.. J. riTEr-HEXS, indicate contents. If purchaser upon exarniniiu-

he WHS plle with qu<-nions-fls In quest of information. These men Inidy Shouted "Wh)', LI're's'our ball 112touth Palafox street 1 the whiskey, is not satisfied with the quality i -

to tti- f.,"?' and the nd! cnnnon balls l interviewed all persons who are famll. i lu the bole!" The ju Uce wns'co proud ; 1I I can return the same at our expense aud money;

and I-IH-KM; pilwl m-iir the main arch- tar with conditions in the coal region 1 that Le would play no more that day. i The finest line of umbrellas in the I will be refunded.All .
i hat J. I. Oo lookat eit!.<
city Stephens' orders should be accompanied by
Their! work was done quietly. While No one has duplicated the feat. I
A* the'tr.ags at the ar--eiiil were
1 them. I postotlice money order. bank draft or f x-
(orlatantly 'hlIl..rjll. tluMinquiries ; In Wilkefibarre Professor Commins vcaryrAnsOLD ,
n First
A Cure For Summer I } pre jrrTe not always answered fully the : held a long conference with President Complaint. #- ley's Kidney Cure Bank or any merchant in Pensacola. I

turn lauds nv and uiiinfornn: I I :Mitchell, during which he was showna Summer complaint is unusually prevalent NDARt.

"I madluiiiry! at the arsetnl recently 1 ropy of Mr. Mitchell's statement replying among children this season. A makes kidneys and bladder right. I

In .tin.1'| .-w nf diM-ouTim now* to the letters of the coal oper! well developed case in the writer's -- -- S. A. FRIEDMAN, I at tn the ant ht.ntle tiii! .tnry (.f th.sjwulmr : ators. family was cured last week by the // you wish the very best

fount. now r.h'cattl: to the I Mr.I \"...yl.'ho Is a statistician" in Cholera timely use and of Diarrhoea Chamberlain's Remedy Colic-one ice cream freezer at the very i Ffil SOLE PKOPKIETOR. PENSACOLA.: FLA. i

*iTii 'lieap. hut .1-t ti) trimpare newinmiirt the department of labor contributed the Willis ,
of the best patent medicines manufactured lowest price, i
I coniil "!it.,In mi |M,\c! IM! Ito I the report made by Commissioner and which is always kept on Hardware Co. P O. BOX 4IH. TKLKI'HONK: 17R i
forniatlvu ncari'iii: the! in which Carroll D. can please : tl ISKE iI
; jenr I Wright. The plan to be hand at the home of ye scribe. Thisis I

tie fence wasretted and who was in formulated cannot be 1 learned here. not intended as a free puff for the you. I

rtiiitttuiiMl at tb.' till.... .\1 any rate it Kfour The seal of secrecy has been placedon company, who do not advertise with !i ,.-I handle every class of L'qaors sold .'.
I We will launder spreads fox ; bulk bottle wholesale or retail at .in
.. your or price
and oil r* !iiieiits will! mourn tlie every one who has us, but to benefit little sufferers who any knowledge each and make them look I down.
I '' 15 cents are
l>itu of an"ttu-r reminder of the old of the work that !III may not be within easy access of a'| way
going on. like uw. star:! Laundry. .1
Jaya I physician. No family should be with- AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER.
out a bottle of this medicine in the
Tinhaii.v may !I..' said to lie an
I No False Claims.
house in time.-
> in that of th* especially summer
lnii \ftiiet; many liayouetfc -
i The proprietors of Foley's Honey Lansing Iowa. Journal. For sale by cBc4e
were Broken .,ff. and the firing WICKE & CO..Plumbel
,:.and Tar do not advertise this as a all druggists!; and medicine dealers. .
line as it were. .tii.\vhal jazzed:: and I "
"sure cure for consumption. They Is box of the genuine
rhi iign! tore oa every
Irregular the LarreU N-in t-ateii and
do not claim it will cure this dread Bromo-QuinineT bieu: .
j'ltt f'ol l 1.- ru-t. The entrance to the is the1 Laxative
;i complaint in advanced cares, but do Toe llappy Home : the remedy that core a eoldLn ODe day Gas and Steam fitter I
j.Tt'und* !I.L. less raiujH-.l thitn for 'positively assert that it will cure !in well'furnished -- --- ,

truly, ainl with: thremoal of tin the earlier stages and never fails to '' Water coolers that do not ,

old "0'11:11" >lli"iisf.hioh liaItfii < ': give comfort and relief in the worst home. .Marston I I
No. i South Palafox Street.
r'j>lac...l l 1t.1' a tin- new 'brick cases. Foley's Honey and Tar i,; waste ice, at the Willis
I $ Oaina can supply All Kinds and Gas Materials Hind
you o; Plumbing Fittings Kept on
I'Ulldin.: a little f.irtlier s ,uth. the ni*- without doubt the greatest throat and Hardware Co.'s.WEEKLY I
with all needed in the "V..V."H"N .?/\ WIwar"tt A. ""T,.
{'runt'll tohat! !is. one nf the l'I'.tti..t lung remedy. Refu suhstiturgold -; way

watt'r |>:irk.. in ih:+ "-"lUllr)' wi'l lielaadf i i by W. A. D'Akmbertir, 1J1 S'nth of house furnishings at the MCIIKXJULI j

"'"'it 1'ioiv attractive. In fa<.t the 'Palafox strut.Pocket !lowest cash credit. :3.V.I- A.
-- prices or FOB STEAM DIVISION A. V'S ry
Sra.'na gr. Ii 1141hltt' ,Ix-en p-eiitly Mij.roMil : I

) r.,ci fitly. isj",.IIIIl). as to tlIMW ,.' 1 cutler and scissors FUN9ACOLA KLECTKICTKKMlJiARAILWAY I
|.?"11111'| troiinil I*. which :are now from the finest to the COMPANY. st'('('.: SOR TO AVERY t W itLtOLK

Nih! .111.11..1"1! This i is !! PILLS
m< |Ivtrk not full I
cheapest at the Willis JJ Oricm.I .. Trains leave Feneacola for the L'.tti IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
/V-v aad Unl; .e..l.ea.tl5.
..l'l.r.II".1 \Vashinttoniasis.. ensile ., .... .a r. rrne Bayou Bill liayou. W rrlngton, Nary raft
IT lifiiiiM* >if st- remoteness from tht' Hardware Co.BANNER iS I ta ('IlJt IIt"lt.I_ '.. .t. C.I.I'.1I and Fort Barrancas at
.:R. ... set" u' ...., _.. t..
cent r of the city It has many natural 4) w J aLe a..3k,.. ltrraaa. J:1!*) a.m,arrive at Fort Barrancai 1:IS a.1 HARDWARE.

I...nutl. and L' ll..grn.. a,.... .. 1..1. 10-00 a.m.arrive at Fort Barrancai 10:44 a.o
-s. : when' the plans of Sec tift. -rtwr :'''' a. I. r
.J* .....r. -- I'.rtlr.l.nk. Tf.Ctao.1.. 1:00 p.m.arrive at Fort Barrancai 1:45 p B I
!Kmtt rarrunl It wih U SALVEJ 'CO L ..t"l .",. Fort Barrancai 4:16
irtnry are out >llr for I .riir hne. rf.Lr $::y0 p. m. arrive at p D
amt of the siox\' parks of the city :is it the moat healing 8o In ih* worl a. iamiail.-N>'" I.l 10".1.tH nmt I h..I.1? ..? < i 8:15 p.m. arrive at Fort Barrancai Ioop r: i i Iron Nail=, Axe"hov.I N. Saw: Mill and -steamboatnppliea. :
'!.,11_. ........ "g-uup m arrive at Fort Barrancai 8:43 p.B
baa hundreds .,f treat old trees, with I'IIIL4.'a Trains cave Fort Barrancai for .Penu !" Cooking and : Paint. Oils
Window Ola--. Un.-. Pistols and Fi hmz Tackle.
*l'ri-adiiu l-raiH-hes.( which no amount cola at

of ino'HiM'ini.dan duplicate "rorder. ,iibis 'P+ CURE YOURSELF 7-Iia.m. arrive at Pcnsacola ._.. hU( a. n Agate and Tinware ana IIo.i3efiirnis.iiii Hood' ,
." crate I'M Bigti for unnatural 11:"" p m arrive at Pentacola_ii: jn
"" hiti CASTOR I II
a ton Star.llntril
; diKhrrilnllaniiuattiiD9, .
IC It.le.n 1:00 p, m. arrive at Fensacola !:46 ( u ..
awwt.ed irntmtiuDS or uic.ratiuci 5iH' p m arrive at Fnfacola___. 6:46 p a (0-AGES.3 FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL COMPANY . For Infants and Children. Pwoau aamametatr c etapaa., cf PaiDleM mncoai, and membrane Dot adtriB- 1I J p, m. arrive at Pensacola.- p. Revere Giant Stitched Celling, Northampton Entry

a. TtEVA.SCBEYrttdn, geatorpoieonoue.CatssuTiot "S:.5p. m. arrive at Pensacola. 1:13 B f Whpfl Co.. Liftin fe Rand Powder Co., Johnson' K.,!friinice. -
Kan r Well, I'd like to knowerhat' The Kind You Have 'Smtnrdayionly
Always Bough aol by Dru glata,
Iron trim and Buck Stoves and \Vm
= Ranges
the d.!! rente lietv\een a h"l1lrI" D.B.a. or rent In 5a! !a wrsppr, TARS FOE DAYS
and saleslady" ? t.r"- prepaid, Nor f'niaoola to Kort Barrancas and retort "a anyway Bears theglattire // 7b t or 3 totsln. UTS. Penacola to Navy Yard and return.... K.Peniacola i j Made Railroad Color
Haritr-l ;aye it up. but the differ- e: of bar Ciixular Kit en tegl.ett.'Itl:1v io Palmetto Beach and teUrllllk

rnc'' l 't\\ ''I'll s.tloladics! arc sometime Vt)7tc'lr SUNDAY ICHIDCDI. Masonic Temple. & Pensarola. Flit.I .

rJen-e.-riiiladclpiiia Tress. -.v Y When weather permits the rcnnlci c I I --

.N'E. ERthecaainownernor open coaches.Lcavt : .
i con"ignM s of tbe Unt- feciaeola LT Yon Barranc I -
the busiest Is the f-b w. B. WRIGHT comply(
It tot true that man 1 l.BMEbftm 'Ii 11bt' rev 9 a. m. 10 .. m. ,
oil st Init he often l1 t'sn't tponsible for debts contracted tl a. m. 11 m.
haj.j by the crw of md vp.aI I m. 2 p.m
bu, time to realize it. BOOKSSenate H.t'E.." 1f1t1! r>,"T. i I p. SB I p.a. \ MANUFACTURERS AND DEALER1 '>
W L \Vitlch i n. fantain. Ip.m p.m. \ I
Bill No. 132: A Bill to be ons'fnr fJytt e p. m pm. yi

A. R. Ba=s. of :Morgantown led., had ertitled "An Act to provide for schoolbooks rr. :XKITHKKthecaptuii owners e Sp.m p. m T Sp.m p. m. ; -4. = ?t LUMBER LATHS

to get up tt n or nvIve times in the in the counties of this State." ._!' nor l.u.Il'Ii1 eor.:.:Kntf Tlt be ol responsible fASlFOB rFDATeniacolato I I. ,

sight pains in and the had kidneys.g.'vore Was backache cured and by The bill passed the senate by a vote of said vessel for drbit contracted by thecrew <* Hard and returc ort: Sarrancai_.__3avj__ tt SAWED CYPRESS S INGLIS..Klin.DifWilI ; S

of 17 to 11 Mr ciacola ta falsetto teach and
Myers -j
voting against ?AI LN.: BAKER.
FaIt) Kidney Cure. Sold by \V. A. \V. S. KEY ACo.: r tllrD_______ 11 I 4c .
Captain. _... ACOLA FLA.
' it. (Senate Journal Page 611. : PENS
D'Alembert, Ill South Palafox street. \ootfjtJtf". 5jj4t I No treljht received alter lad p. m. .


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*"' S Great Battleship Attracts I II Reason for Murder of Andrew Emoryby "Let the COLD DUST: twins do your work." .
'T (
-jsands of Sightseers. Miss Nina Danforth.

i !\ !s -The battleshin. I
Boston. July 8.-A letter alleged to State Senator.
.'4 ("rUfl', fa-- For County Commissioner.I .
I been written by Andrew J. Emory -
r The friends of Hoa. W. A. Blount ,
(;ra\5..nll on .'rlda f.titlition hereby
announce myself as a
of South Farmingham to In'I hereby announce him as a candidate
Is St. PetersHtrald's I candidate for commissioner
Dtinforth the deformed: girl"' of Xe.v f.r State Senator from this, the tecon county ,
London cort fromdi-trict, subject to the actionof I'
IjOHEMIAN London who last May shot and killed the voters at the demo-
.1I Emory at his home, has been found fully ak the support of all Democrats cratic primary July 15.
t at been a great; attra believed the for nim at the coming primary ;
and it is discloses rex < D. W. C. YARBROUOH. '
I :...U1Thousand,; of Pure Pale and Sparkling. Bottled son for th! murder. Hiss Danforth1 i For ..

_c ri.tior.| Carried peUtrst <). I Only at the Brewery in St Louk. and Emory had been close friends, !! Representative. For County Commissioner. ;
Tbe friend of Scott M. Loftin take
of Uncle
Ot e SOLD EVERYWHERE.GRANDFATHER'S thowho knew the young wornai this; means of announcing him as a The friends of J. B. Roberts announce
\'l ..taInrs passing : him as a candidate for re. .
even claiming that she had gone candidate Representative in the
I and everybody I'I'I election a* county commissionerfrom i ,I
withj from Escambia
through a marriage ceremony Legislature county,
'. I District 1, !!subject to the action
ahr In 'iiins hon; 'j him. The letter in the case was written and they deire the support of all of ;.;,
FATAL MISTAKE I the democratic primaries Jaly
t'\n Some of th Democrats in the coming primary.For
to tell her that their must
.. i I I 15. They believe that the material :.
nt rtair.e4 on shore. cease. It said: RenresenUtive. interests of the county demand hU ;

; .' w I ho. ;ot shore leave Gave Grandson Morphine Tablets Instead I'I "Of course I am very sorry for you, : GOLD DUSTill The friends of Henry C. Clopton | re-election and they ask the support !:

: i ir*, !\?8 very much. of Calomel. but I have a wife, and other women I II announce him as a candidate for of every democrat in securing it.
take every pirticle: of dust and dirt rom youroors : f
:,Americans and Albany. Ga.. July S.-Palaemon too. and I keep the life I .. in the Legislature' -
cannot up and woodwork-make] them as san as a I representative
.' d !ir.ner Riven In Eng'j Janes, the 7-year-old son of Mr. ant I have been leading with you any Ion;;- I rustle, neat as a pin. Nothing rood to. "as.ur.g from Escambia county, and request'' Per County Commissioner

Kan..-. the new United othes anC dishes. the support of all democrats in the : I announce myself a candidate for
mll i
live 11 I
t Mrs. Jea e Janes who s er. do not want to see you a1aln.\: j ade only by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COM.'ANY. democratic election
cominar primary. j as commissioner for
c primary
'h' General JoDruggist the effects of morphine poisoning. The | I am. It is all over between us." Makers of OVAl. FAIRY SOAP. For Representative.The July 15th. and ask for the support of :

I, drug was administered in consequenceof 1! With this letter in her hand Miss friends of Chas. M. Cotton announce all democrats. t

--I I Danforth confronted Kniory. What was ( lilld I.nliorrm of Japan.Japan him as a candidate for representative LEE DAM ELL. '.
a mixing of boxes containing different
said has not been disclosed, but the as rnp'i! as its di-\eopinent! in the legislature i from -- ----- --- ----- r
: drugs the mistake having been I Escambia and ak the For
CATARRH they Commissioner.
II county County I
has been ami .
shooting terminated the interview.Mias i as erfeet a country as it
made by the lad's grandfather, G, A I support of all democrats in the coming The '
Danforth who is in jail at East! is toby. has not avoided the evil ofchilil I friends of W. A. Shelby hereby |
'r ELYS Janes I I.ibor. In the primary. announce his candidacy for reelection
Cambridge pending trial on a murder 1 I Japanese match
; NT'F'l Palaemon Jaues to Al- as county commissionerfrom ..
was brought factories the l>o\es!' anti labels are made For Railroad Commissioner. !
f indictment\ is under supervision by
SIZE. district Xo.3
ban) on Saturday for medical attention -; ,experts to determine her mental con- I I by nttle girls who wondiously dextrous Recognizing fully the rights of the I county subject to the action of the ')

Dluil::1'11 ana the ph'sician.hom his parents dition. i in the work. Tlu.-e little experts farmers and producers to more con- democratic primaries July 15, and jfeak

, .."p. <>oii..ulti'd directed that he be giv. I pot only! from a halfpcnn.v twopencefor I, sideration at the hands of the Flor. for him the hearty support of all \

en calomel tablets. The latter were i I Man Attacked by Eagle. I twelve hours' work and they are ida Railroad Commission, I solicit I democrat _, .
the of all Democrats
H furnished by the sick lioy'b gramUarher Raleigh July 8.-George W. Thomp. probably about as tired\ as any one by support of the declaration of principles
approve Fur eel 1,2Iiullcr. :
.. ,d \\ho lives near the plantation on son of Alamance county, was deliberately -i the time the day is done. set forth in my platform. .
which Jesse Janes farms. The tab- attacked by an eagle yester Copies of phtform: cent to any one After due consideration I appeal f

lt:: lets were taken from a medicine chest I day. The eagle flew at his face and I I Foley's Kidney Cure purifies the addressing me at West Palm Beach, to my many friends; and the demo .
COLD' HEAD blood by straining out impurities and Fla. K. HUDSON 15URR. cratic voters as a candidate for the
In whlchH're several boxes containing i struck him deep in the side, and also I
oltlceot commissioner from
4. .p (,f 'liti ana :-m,11.! i i tones up the whole system. Cures county
in tablet form anl
preparations in the face, with its talons. He lost
For Treasurer. district four of
County county.
luc Uruscgi.tsKI.Y
al-'I to! : at kidney and bladder troubles. Sold by
through an unfortunate error morphine -I much blood and Is badly disfigured. W. A. D'Alemberte, 121: South Pala-I The friends of Frank E. Brawner Please remember me at the primary

arr )U htrei-t BIIOTHKKSrt New :\ork.Hi was administered in place of caj !- Eagles are increasing in number In I!II fox street. hereby announce him as a indidate election of the democratic party: ,

< i ornel. Six of the tablets were given this state. Thompson captured tha i| for County Treasurer of Ecambia July 13:: 19 1. D. M. MERRIIT :
1 I I to the action of the Olive Fla. I
County, subject ;
before the boy's parents discovert! bird which attacked him and has I I
15 and
democratic primaries July ,
the mistake. it. '
caged T ask for him the support of the voter For County Commissioner.
; The boy was brought to Albany with !

You Have I: all possible dispatch Mr. Janesdriving The Best Liniment For Strains.Mr. For County Treasurer.I Bluff The friends of R. Rathwell of :

: one horse nearly to death and announce myself a candidate for Springs hereby announce him (
V. II. Wells the merchant atj I renomination for the of as a candidate for County CommU,
: being obliged to substitute another po-ition sioner
from district No. 4 of Kscaiu
Deer Park, Long Island, N. ''., says: i treasurer of Ecarabia county -
j county
i still several miles from town. bia
county, subject to the action of
I the action of the democratic
i RheumatismURICSOL Tne boy died in convulsions after "I always recommend Chamberlain'sPain j subject the democratic primaries July 15,

reaching Albany. I I Balm as the best liniment for primary. J. W. FRATER.For and ask for him the support of the

I i The parents and grandfather of the j! strains. I used it last winter for a voters. ..-

the ,rrott tested and deceased child are prostrated with severe lameness in the side, result- Tax Assessor.I Chairman Executive Committee.

; en lur5t'd will('ahlorniaKtmelj cure grief. !! ins from a E>strain and was greatly ; herebv announce myself as a. The friends of John B. Jones hereby
/ 1 -
candidate for re-election as Tax Asse
urts Liver, Kidney an.l pleased with the quick relief and cureit ,,
......L.e c uv 1 by an excess of I / i '! v.-f I...' ar tn II' while It. The readers of this paper will be cratic Executive Committee, sub. ,
I >k "I wonderful eft- gists and medicine dealers. Lgj3\.y.\ July 15.
i- ..>r'II t-t "!te for fa'e plea;;ed to learn that there i,; at least W. W. RICHARDS. ject to the: action of the democratic
S If '-isslst ran not one dreaded dj"ea..e that science c i. 'rcirL: X A. I ,- \ -- I voters of the county at large at the
I v "cut v-n.pni'1 upon Bears the Ite Kind Yiu Hao Isays 8cxtSIgnatue For Tax Collector. primary July 15, and ak for him
0 I'IT,:" Alvitia as been able to cure in all it-stage: < I
and that catarrh.. Hall's Catarrh I The I hereby announce myself as a hearty support of the voters. ........ '.

: ncsl" \ Chemical Ca., Los AngelesCal Cure i N the only positive cure now c: ;& Servant candidate for Escambia for re-election county as Tax subjectto Collector For Secretary Executive Committee.The .

or'Umting Known to the medical fraternity
I r.k\n\ Co" Atlanta Ga.I I'atarrli bein? a constitutional dii- THE BAPTISM OF BELLS. the action of the democratic pri. friends of Ben D. Beers announce .
.rr !. Drug constitutional GirlQuestion: : mary July 15. his candidacy for Secretary
"'t- r. niurps a ttvat- -- I
Agents. A. H. D'Al-EMBERTH. of the Escambia County Democratic
u.ftit. Hill'n Catarrh Cure N taken \. CtmtGin Thflt Date Hack to the ,
""%"%"" ""'"'' internally acting; directly upon the liriitu of ( liurlrnioKnc.IVIls I fs easily solved when you pro- For Tax Collector. Executive Committee, subject to the

blood and mucous surfaces of the were solemnly baptized like I' vide yourself with a Gas Range during The friends of Henry Uellinper an. action of the democratic voters of
whole at the
county primary
C :;. --':'- :;::;.:.:.:. sy,.t"in. thereby destroying;the foun children, a custom which is till {'x'l the heated term. If she "leaves" nounce him as a candidate for Tax July l.j; and ask for him the support
d'ation ot the dNea and the
e tant in the Roman church. This is I you and you are obliged to do your Collector of Escanibia county, sub of the voters.
PUBLICITY FOR : patient *:rHiijrth by building up the not a primitive practice and ject to the democratic primary be -----------_ _.....
cooking will hardly blame her
constitution and assisting nature in you ,
held 15, 1W2 and the
ThEEOPEI I d"illit.; work. The proprietors cannot be traced further back than the I when you hay to sutler the discomforts -: July of all Democrats., request For Member Executive Committee.The .

\ I ...ive <:t) much faith in its" curative :i reign: of Charlemagne. It is first distinctly -, of a coal fire during the summer support-. .-.- friends of John Touart announce

:: ;lowers that they otTer One Hundred meiitioued in the time of I'ope months. Gas is clean, economicaland ] For Member School Board. him as a candidate for mem

McrHord CoMs 011 a Cent, b..LIar.f.r, any ca..e that it fails to XIII. ('/,)"\, when he pave hit own I comfortable, and you don't need The friends of W.l'l. Agerton here- ber of the County Executive Committee .

noil t.'tert: Herd is Real : otu>-. St-nd for lit of testimonials name to the great bell of the Lateran |, your tire only when you actually" by announce his'" candidacy for the from precinct 12 and a.k for

\i H24)LL.\ h er\hoJ> Address, F. J. CHENEY & Co., tuuri-h. !Sleilm gives nu account of 1|, need it. nomination as a member of the him the votes! of the democrats of

.'I Toledo,0.L"uId I:, the ceremonial to be olo t'rH"tl. f school board from di-trict No. 3, the precinct at. the primary. July 15.
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.' :\ Tu J..IN u. \ by Druirrit, 75c. i "First of all, the bells must be so !i ii Pen llSCO1 Gas Co. I subject to the democratic rrimary For Member Executive Committee.The .

. July the loth 19u2.
Age Saved Him from Noose. j hung that the bishop may be able to friends of Frank Reilly an.

M I 1 r '..I'.. .\N-,:., .'"'i tioujolfl All kindof f jrnid Austin. Tex.. July 8.-The death sen- 1 walk around he has 'f,I No. 3 S. Palifox St., Pensacola. Fit For Member Board Public Instruction.The nounce him as a candidate for memo
.. p rl fence chanted few psalms in a low \oice, ber of the .
> l nn.n.y >>trictfktAppiyto'A. pending against Samuel Wood- a friends of- Hon. Elijah Ward County Executive Committee

.i '. : A. Hihvr, 11")'. a negro of Fayette county, convicted he minjJes; water and salt and con -1 iI announce his name as a candidatefor from precinct 13 and a-k for

I ".it 'I ---t I : of assaulting: a white girl. has i I crates them diligently; sprinkling the : CHOICEST re-election as member of the him the support of the democratic !,

\ I \, .' ">.i unproved- -real-rs- been commuted to life imprisonment bell! with the mixture, both inside a 11I1 : Board of Public Instruction from voters of the precinct at the primary

.! nail nrnaunla nt low j by Governor Savers because the out. Then he wipes it clean awl with' district No. 3 of Escambia county, July 15.; ,
,I on I.flte i':. Brooks.t pns- to the action of the demo-
... -. t'smfox I1t., Kl.her8m : oner was under 17 years of age at th" holy oil il-scribes (ill it the figure; of subject For Executive Committeeman.
cratic 15.
1 1AT :
while that when
1mmonry I time the ('fime'a!! committed. The | the cross prajiiu;': I I hereby announce myself! as a

!; law prohibits the death penalty being the hell is swims; up nml stmntleil faith | For County Commissioner. candidate for member of the County
I \ \ -LIQ 1 n".d ? I ., I
yo abound
'I antI charity may among Executive
imjiaspi! Committee from Precinct .
1 III'Or.11 I hereby announce myself .
'.rtiM and l''*'fst rftt 9 I I' when th.. crime was committed. The I nil the snares of the de\il- hail Ifeht; 1 l candidate for re-election a* county I Thirteen and solicit the support of ,
,. I.on 1m ro".d city real hanging! ..iI.!-. hitls.. hturnis-niny be rendered C. APOSTLE'S commissioner from district 2 of Es Democratic voter at the coming ;
., : was to have ,
fr b"r, %"111 Huutli Pala.Inif occurred next
Frul i vain ami all l1sf'a"onal.It'atlll'r bej cambia county subject to the action primary. JAMES L. KWEENEV.

-. -- ly I j ""fIt'III'I.ttl'r he hits wiped off thatI H East Government St. !\1 ofthe democratic primaries July 15. For Executive Committeeman.- :
I \ r I.. IdiKKOW MONKY I I cross of oil i! from the rim he forms and ask the support of the voters.
I .'jrw your property pro- Hon. William H. Perry Dead. I Formerly Cordova Restaurant Stanc Jons O. WELSH.For The friends of Thos. W. Kent announce .
it but
.. ,. other crosses on only one
: :!t. buy or ll real *b- j seven I '
nivrnvillr.: S C. him as a candidate for
..' July 8.-Hon. William member
\ any d-.cnpuoii have' ; of them within. The ln-11 is censed, One:: car-load of Pineapples at 11.71[ County Commissioner. of the Democratic Executive
our ln"i atlndt to, Hajne Perry one of South Carolina's ''
.- I :i..t 1:. U'at son A Co.urnno I 1 more i salius are to be sung and pray- to $2.00 per dozen. I Mr. Frank Johuon an- I Committee from precinct Ji. subjectto
.. '.- ,, ---- ------ -- primarand
nounces himself\ as a candidate for
.<" To everyone afternoon at fi"n: o'clock at hs! celebratedjist ----I for him the
'in us .. >. will lend feasts anti l-atuiuc-tlnps are relection as countcommis..ioner support of the voters.
,1 a bou\.. money"d-tf I country l Ione.! "Sans Souci." 3 mil"! is at a wt'lt.1inGeutltmall'I ti>=GOLA= from district four, Escambia county .

from Greenville: lie had been in feeble \ ,. !!>" I I subject to the will of the democratic For Member Executive Committee.

IUH -t1.1. health for the past several years : Grist and Corn Meal Wills, i voters in the coming primaries. He II j The friends of James McHugh an-
-- -- of his dife I nounce his candidacy for member of
Colonel Perry was the No other med- does this for the reason that he
I I K ll\ltlll.\! H4 MKi. and icloe run show GONZALEZ 4 CO. I want the office and thinks I.e can ':the County Executive Committee
I i.. nt..d tHmlth! colliee fon eldest child! of the late Governor 1 OSTET1R a record of cures p. F. Prop i, i
from 14 and ask for
j precinct him the
., Ron be of benefit to the be-t interests of
jam in F.
\ in at (men. AKo lor Perry. of stomach Ills 1
., ....-in. "a.;on. Jew im'mid I I CELEBRATED equal totbe Bit- Manafactcreri I I the whole county. If his friends support of the democrat; of the precinct .
.-! ooli ... l.orr..pondr. ters. ThIs I. the CHOICE MEAL AND PUKE GUOUNE and the people interested agree with I at the primary July 15. ._
.. "!!,... I ." 7Jvlam Two Brothers Killed beet evidence of I -
by Train. I
: STOCK FEED.Patrontas ( him, he will appreciate their sup-.
its value. It will
Cairo. Ills July S.-The 111 I For Member Executive Committee.The .
.. two
t i mot desirable loti lay sors cure Home Industry, for there port.
.. tt-rnn, by the isher if Stanley:; IJeegs. a Johnson county .. Heartburn every reason you should bay your Meal and j I friends ofV.. B. Wright announce .
\s- jy, :2in'i boutb Palafox: Stock reed from the Home Manufacturer For Commiss oner. I his for
farmer living near Vienna kllle.J: 'I County candidacy member of
were for by so doing you encourage home Indni-
ixalm while! asleep on the railroad track :...-<:..," Belching, try. Your money U left In the community The friends of J.V.. Brewton of ,the County Executive Committee .
r Indigestion andyoo In turn are Indirectly benefited. No. 5 him from 15:
and their ;' \ district announce as a.! precinct subject to the action 1
1"1' Ill-lit. bodies were found esterda/ .l t In fostering the home manufacturer you candidate for re-election from said of the democratic
-- The lads. who Dyspepsia and contribute to the cause of labor. You ow II primary July !
I furnliaed were only 11 and 13 Liver and It to theoommnnlty in which yon lire and :, district, subject to the action of the II F j, and a I "lv l roonn at
H itreet. alltt years of age. ran away from home because which contribute to your inpport. [, primaries July 15. .I the voters of the precinct. t.
It is said their father compelled KidneyTroubles. I I
--- STOMACH ... .
I them work
to on the Fourth -- --- ----- ---- -- -
I'I I II' XV .llatc.I--'lal. July.I 5

.. QITTER BEl'rRE1'o
M 1 i > ,r hU'iines splendid Know One !fare 1.t'mt'ftJ'
..! .r poor man. Miort timei (\;,IUl obstinate ctuL J'j uiao U P- j-l>.iI J.-aa -- ----.-
'.mi or conducting your
xunie wa"ei from Itar!. PROFESSIONAL CARDS.

I positions guaranteed.M .. _._
Foley's Honey and ---- r F.
\ Barber College! New E. BRAWNER'S. :

_J>5tt No opiates W. C. ROWE, M. D.

\\ \ good solicitor; will pay
Office ITS S. I'alafoi.
'ii..lin to right one. Ad- FRED MYERS FRIENDOF :

IIm ... ntf Hours from t to 8'M: a. m. and 1 ta S p. m )-For Seven Days we will Offer the Following Prices:-0*

\\' .\.:Vl'I.:U. I THE BEEF TRUST and after 7 o'clock ,

\\ -:-::youn; men from JI ::;- I, PhonoOB. 20 doz Men's French Neck, drop. 201)) Pair Men's New Orleans Sewed You should look at our line of

.. h..(. V at once to I'l'r'lce.p.: prepare forvrnment Senate Bill No. 18: A Bill to be stiched, undershirts formic ; drawers or Cable Screwed Shoes, for this sale, Ladies' Hijrh and Low Cut thou.:

S V. rres. Init, Cedar Rap. ____-: PARKER'S to match. $1.20; solid leather. WA can save you money.
entitled 'An Act to prohibit arrange[ HAIR BALSAM
UJlm'All 25 doz Men's
Striped Lace
C'ieizia Fancy 1,0JO yards Lawn, fast colored .
ud btUllflM Ul MIT 175 Pairs Men's Hand Sewed Vici ,
\\ 'S. '- kinds of empty beer ments, contracts, agreements, trustsor Pmmotei t lazurmnt ftvwth.Hever and Plain; Silk Finished, Balbrigan Kid Shoes worth !b'iC to close at 6c yard.
Tall to Be tor in four different
Gray shape
: 01 S.A.KBIIDMAH. certain other I Undershirts at 45c each drawers to
oovttf and ;
combinations, Hair to iti youthful Color.
.-.-- -- -. CUM K.p h.J laamf.iOc match. toes regular fi, for this pale |2.95 a 500 X-Bar Muslin, regular 7e
l'OL'1--rKY.--- acts or things Intended to or tendingto l.= Dn.gia. pair.: good 'o close at f!,c yard.
10 doz Men X-Bar Undershirts
-- - hinder or obstruct the law. 1,fjJO yards Unbleached Domertlo .
- prevent
S 1MB BROWN LEGHORNS oRiNc'sTRY worth 50c, for 4oc; drawers to match. I have bought the full line of Levy. to close at 4c.!

'-'V. stock and Eggs for sale.t ful sale of Florida fed beef, or other 2 5 doz Men's Scriven Patent seam Pou Co. boys' shoes that I will close 1 OuO Best Check I, J
Willis yards Gingham,
__ HardwareCo'l. lll stfIIA1H beef, meat, or cattle or other edible; NEW DISCOVERY side drawers, worth 65c, for this sale out at cost. fast colored, regular 7c goods, for t

tiOO I)J-i. tendingto 33c.I this
animal In this state or ,| 125 pair Boys' Easy Walkers, sale 5c. .
\H- FOR THAT COLD. >II I 28 doz Boys Extra Size Pants 12 to reg. 10 pieces White and Red Table
ll- \I ElR E-Manntactnrr monopolize the sale of or the price> ular SOc goods, to close at 35c pair.
4-- B" '-.r. m Hair Uoodi, Hat).Toileti I TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. 17 years, worth {1 a pair, for this sale Linen, regular 40c goods, to close at
: .. .a' ou. eta.,tw W. Oovernment thereof. ,I 5Uc. 75 pair Men's Low-Cut Patent 25c yard. No one over 5 yards.

I Referred to the Judiciary committeeof Cures Consumption.Coughs, We carry a full line of Boys' Wash Leather Shoes: we have been selling 30 pieces Medicated 21-inch Cotton .

m.." "t.- For l'-un ral... which Mr. Myers was chairman. I Colds Bronchitis Asthma Pants. Call and see them. at U. O pair, to close at $1.75 pair. Diaper, worth 85c, for this sale &)c.
K. '. -"MR FrSERALM tarDIb-d (Page 61.) I. PneumoniaHay FeverPleu' -

II.. V .boucueteor.peclslaeilgnsI after careful, This Sale will
iloreao 8J3: yg eat Gregory Judiciary Committee, risy LaGrippe Hoarseness Positively Not Run Longer Than Seven Days.
29d1m examination, returns Senate Bill No. j ,

4 l-l' l-'l..U\\'Elt 18 without recommendation. (Page s Sore Throat, Croup and

I :; 103., ) I'Whooping Cough. Remember the place, F. E. Brawner's, Candidate for County Treasurer

., and Floral teslgniordered On passage of Senate Bill No. 18,

s, *ortno, K.-J; West for customers Gregory. Mr. Myers voted NO. (Page 312,) I NO CURE. NO PAY. 1O5 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
SWlm t [Senate Journal, 1897]. I Price 50c. and S 1. TRIAL BOTTLE JFREE. I

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gentleman 'Ms that he is too young ONE OF THE MANY MYERS'
BIG ost t io t tkWf
i-and that is not true, for he U thir THE
i Politics and I ty-one years of age and as much of -
a man to his inches as lever knew. RALLY The 42J Annual
1 MYERS Senate Bill No. 28. A Bill tc be en- Statement tor \'ear

lUr4etthe Post Office at PeII1&OOla. I i I titled, "An Act to prevent unjust dis Ending Ireeember 31t, tout n,
.....tcccmd-clati wetter I told too that F. E. Brawner
'> am

OrriCE :-FlU'i Building, !11!, Booth |; Politicians. A I'I'I 'I i is developing considerable strength l transportation crimination in the of rates passengers charged and for THE l f [EQUITABLE

r Utoi street, up-iulri._ I' TOOK PLACE LAST NIGHT ATTENDED I
: for county treasurer and that he is freights by railroad companies

THE.KWS PUBLISHING IO. I b-\ "1It -:\ 'E giving Treasurer Frater the hottest I BY MANY PEOPLE. {and other common carriers, and

"The extravigant expenditure of ;race he ever had. There are a !! -- 'lather I!'to prohibit common railroad carriers companies In this state and, Ii LIFE ASSURANCE! ( SOCIETY.Assets .

whole lot of people who are ready to
; .ON t BEL' money in this political campaignmakes I Last night was a distinctly Myers from charging other than just and ; .... ....... ... . f:> ,. -
bet that Brawner will be .
eleeted. 1
: me sick." said an old citizen i night, the name of that gentleman reasonable rates, and to prevent the'Igranting : Reserve and other Liabil-

!,-this.morning. "Look at that Myers 1----1:' having been on lips of many per- I' of any rebate, discount, over '' -2l':< -..
PEIB100LA JULY 9.1902WHAT weights and other terms to --
blow-out last night! Why the l I during the evening and in his : 8urplusfrom which Dividends : -
of the Myers campaign last sons
\ persons, corporations, or firms, and to
the republican congress I' money spent in the effort to deceive I Their widely advertised and expensive honor was the big street pageant and I. provide for damages for violating the II I are paid.s -' '.

baa laid to its masters, the people the people into the belief that Mr. street pageant was a dismal opera house demonstration held. !conditions of this act and to prescribea Paid to Policy-holders in

has following here I I 1901......... ...... ..$ 27- _
during tbe session i ie nothing to Myers a great !failure-and, too, it showed up to Band music, free beer at the differ- mode of procedure of rules and evidence ': New Insurance in ,
what the people will say'to their ser- would have fed a large umber ofFensacola's in all cases." Mr. Myers voted I 1901- $ 21isK7
the public at large that the claims ent club rooms, and the prospect i, Total Insurance in forcei
at the ballot i NO the of this bill. (Senate .
vants, the.congressmen, for a week. But on passage
poor of their receiving other"free doings,"caused i Dec. 31, 1901.(1 !icy..''- ViI
lof membership >
box ie. :November. To some it i | Journal. Page 1211. 20june2t
who conducting
qs will be: Vell done, .good and whet care the men are clubs had been greatly exagerated.As a great crowd to go to the opera I Don't Fail to Try This. I I I, cial Notwithstanding strength of the the greater .u:.
that campaign for God's ? I' Society aud
: faithful servants gobaefc and dolt poorTbEo,1 i house, where had been provided i e
; ; pageant turned into Government I Whenever an honest trial is given : greater security wbicb its t 't-

I some wore. Hut to others it will represent the combinations of I street, en route to the electric fans to cool the "hot air" to Electric Bitters for any trouble it ::[ holders thereby enjoy, the RA !I'F.S

be: vYou hare done to little good capita that crush and oppress the I I are LOW and GUARANTEE r, .I.
opera house, I counted them as they atmosphere, ice water in abundanceand !lis recommended for a permanent cure' ter than given by other court .
much harm back i ;
-or too ; go assay: until lose I II
eotaraoa: people
many two of the best platform oratorsin will surely be effected. It never fails
two two there
home and sta;' tberel""IF passed, by were I
-- --- their iranhood, and, for the sake of to tone the stomach regulate the kidneys -
[ exactly 137 men and boys afoot. I
you'll straw me anjrbiag good the haugry: little ones at home, accept / and bowels, stimulate the liver KXOWLES-BKOS.,
The band and mounted marshal The crystallized clubs marched
and :
that the Business League ias ac- the rite offered and shout for j I I invigorate the nerves and purify the
aides! with the in from Clutter's hall, where the last :I Gf'nfralgl'nfll.,
complishedsaid a eitircn the speakers a carriage :blood. It's a wonderful tonic for run ,

,.r other day "Ml apply for membership the mss they know is helping to. made up the pageant. contingent was picked up to Hotel 1:down systems. Electric Hitters positively 309 t;. Palafox St.. PEN ;.\. : j

its Well still further! increase their burden! i i cures kidney and liver troubles, I
in it at next meeting. This pageant was made up of the Escambia, from whence a few moments I
i stomach disorders, nervousness, sleeplessness :
the president in his annual address, : "It is condition of affairs- full membership of the following ,I afterward Mr. Myers and a. rheumatism neuralgia and Need More Help

April 30, mentiqusd a large nuuber make the heart of friends entered expels malaria. Satisfaction guaranj j Often the over-taxed r-
one to true manhood Myers-Coston clubs: few emerged, carriages :
of Inportaut matters in which the I I teed by W. A. D'Ak-mberte druggist. tion cry out for help ,
Young Men's Business League iias :j bleEd-but I believe that there : Mallory-Myers club of which and were driven to the opera Only 50 cents. | pains, nausea, dizzinc-.

either taken the initiative or rendered I' are many who are lined u? with the' there has been no published statementof i house, arriving there at b:45 o'clock. liver complaints and ',.
Such troubles call fcr ,
good service in conjunction wish ; corporation fiction who will assert !j membership. I As soon as partial order had been PROFESSIONAL CHIROPODIST of Dr. Kings N'ew L':, .

the Chamber of. '. animerce.: Are !r their independence in the sacred I Union Democratic club which, in restored, Hon. Wm. Fisher, advanced i' are gentle thorough an : .
1 E. St. Clair Thomas will
not the quarantine: investigation remove to cure. 23; cents at W ,
And the removal o.* the Hudgin 'secrecy' of the voting booth, and a speech Jude Landrum said had to the stage front and previous to corns, bunions and ingrowing nail berte's drug storp

cigar factory to Pe1.\eoh-bth of cast their ballot for their own best j an enrolled membership of 600 introducing Chairman J. C. Avery, without pain or blood. Will call at '

recent date-enough to recommend interests. 1 j which grew later, according to the referred in well-cho=en words to Mr. : your residence if required. So. 521i HERE MYERS

its claims to continued_ support i is- ] Press, to -00.j Myers, "the next congressman from i i South Palafox street. H'jlm | VOTES NO.
"And too, it not enough to --- -

THERE: wa a notable celebration arouse the suspicious at any thought- i j I West End club with! an alleged I the third district," etc., and made a I| MEAT & MALT has a marvelous House Bill 95, Page 1171. A

sol the nation birthday! at the great :j membership of over &.0. happy hit when he noted the fact I dietetic value. While refreshingand
i fat man to see money iinounting to to be entitled, "An act relative tc

mer school for teacLcrs at Knox. I perhaps doable or triple; the annual Cosmopolitan club, with an al- that Myers was a married man and pleasant to take, it helps assimilation receipt, shipment and deliver. '
Teun., in whljfc '.'9 teach-
j leged membership of 200. Lamar was not. | (>f food. bold byDANJfHEIrWER freight by railroad companies ;
from Florida participated, j salary of the otliee to elect a man to
I Voters from tolJ the the BROri. 'other common carriers, and to eon
Santa Rosa Judge Avery people
the total attendance beg nearly 'orticeV And who h it spending that
------ ---
f"r 17w' A series of resolutiou:.einbody- I II i money* What do they expert to receive and from the various country pre- meeting was a bigone;they had cometo railroad return cars companies received to from transport

+ the sentiments of the I hear Mr. PENSACOLA CLASSICAL SCHOOL, connect
ing assemblage cincts. Myers; assailing: of
I i in return? Cautious capitalistsnever ,, lines of railroads, to construct std'

rrouiineut on educational feature of matters the -event.was a int;st unless they fefUcw of And out of all these alleged 1,200or Myers'characterwas! unjust; thatit Third Annual Pebhion Begins Sfj and connections with each ot'u-

These included an eloquent tributee i:; a profit." more members of their Myers-j should not have been done-he expected trmber 1.). 1'JO'J. a",l Ends |lines" Mr. Myers voted NO. 28junt *

I ___ __ free silver from Beard June 1':, 1IJO3.
public spirit of the southern Coston club, to say nothing of the I free i
I The earnwtnes with which the ii Grass Shears that <
'Ie who have since the civil war, I i 1.500lye13 men the Press reported trade from Lamar and imperialismfrom i will <-n

d themselves to the amount of ,I gentleman wade:: these remarks i at the Century barbecue, only 137up Myers. He wished the canvass ',, The aim of this school i= to pro i close, at the Willis liar;

mute than seven hundred million clearly indicated that he felt deeply vide thorough HIGH *CHOO[, and ware Co's
showed for the grand street I to have! been conducted in a dignified COLLEGE PREPARATORY in-
of dollars for education the what he said. Tiis is I i I I
contest not
\ ; recognition struction. The school is of IWo; r''w:
pageant. 'Tis sad but true. way, but measures which be i especial the ortaern U..J
{r of the fact notwithstanding j one of the men who are running fort I' interest to three classes :!') r-na:ores t.s ceruui uj Tor u .,Ui
l\ public eifvrt many tlioueauds of ; I THE POLITIC lAX. deprecated had been adopted. I 1. Those who having completedthe i ----
'< "e offices; but is whither the people !
) of the school i
children are without educational Charges which he regarded as frivolous grades public wishto FRANK
i I' hill govern, or shall the politicali If a Man Lie to You, pursue their studies further with BATH HOUSE
facilities; favoring l'>cal taxation had been brought making the out having home.

! better methods, better teachers and i i :a, who are bossed fey the cor- I And say some other salve ointment, campaign most remarkable.It I 2. Those who wish, with the aid Deep water sea: bathing; night
I ,, lotion oil or alleged healer is as good of the careful individual attention I day, for white .
I i more of them, industrial iastruction porations.: secure control of the po- people only Hpe. ,.ai
in the act and science, consolidation i jas Duckl n's Arnica Salve, tell him was first charged Myers voted : that can be given in smaller classes compartment for lad ie*. wit' lady at
'litical machinery. thirty of marvelous of and a longer .session to advance tendant. Neatest bet :and cleanest
II of weak schools and years cures for "insanity" divorce law; he had, !
warm more rapidly than H possiole for bath house In the city Bat-!
approval of the tlforu and plan of I I for one believe the people have I II Piles Barns, Boils, Corns, Felons, but it was practically game: measureI them in public schools. cents FR\NKSI.AR>.
.' Ulcers, Cuts, Scalds, Bruises and Skin 3. Those who them i Cor. Cevallo and
tbe friouthern Education Board and i I I now legal in 19 states.; Vote had are fitting Zirragusa Mr
Ueneral their eyes open. I believe they will i Eruptions prove it's the best and i iI selves for college.In .
Education Board I
t in fostering been cast after utmost careful addition the usual
s and aiding the educationof I vote ri,ht. I believe they recognize i cheapest. :5: cents at W. A. D'Alem- I judg- : to instruc- L
proper tion in English; Mathematics History ;
berte's drug store. I ment. Measure was a good one, but Gus fl. SoderliDd
the masses.FINAL ; the fact that the men endorsed by I ___ __ Geography, L'Hin.t' ,
--- -- ---- I i great many had indulged; in criticisms tion is offered. iriilmut r rtfu tuition.
the Democratic League are the true
i in Greek French German and
: were unjust. ,
df the who school the
RALLY OF friends; people-men will ish. The is conducted at

I always; strive to protect the best interests i I REQUIRING RAILROADS speaker attempted to show the fallacy corner of West Gad-den and Spring j :10* WKST UOVKKNMK.NT' : ST.
street, in a building which is to
of the whole people-and I of having placed a charge be arranged to adapt it especially to : Will for the next :itl i days make suit-
believe further that those men will TO BUILD DEPOTS i of bein a corporatiouist against the the needs of the school. at 25 per cent leathan regular
in attendance
i The number of pupils prices :
be elected by a safe majority despite -, i I man of the hour. "All these charges limited. Hence those desiring -; nvtng Men!. I Suit I, u,.

final rally of the East End the prodigal use of money to Senate Bill No. 74. To be entitled, : are made to do Mr. Myers an injustice as early admittance as *-ible should with communicate the Princi Mfo'1011 I Huns 1"'It'Steam t'Ulh Clt-BDfd U.nto1.I, .
I po i i Lallll'!;'tUlh Straw Cicauvd T5ctol) '
Democratic Club before the primary I defeat them. "An Act to require railroad corpora.j and compel you to make a mis- i pal.For > Meu'6 Tousen steam Cl-ancd *

i tions to construct take week hence said Mr. 'i further information terms and i Now .
election was held at their clnb room passenger depots on a Avery. Hint: is the time to hay
The time is drawing short. Thisis catalogue, addressH. winter Clothinsr ,."iihape.
I their lines of reads and to provide a your put in g
The in the
last night and there were more voters ; charges as printed papers CLAY AKM TROX: (+, This otter i is for thirty day
a campaign of education. Talk to penalty therein. I
present than appeared in the consolidated I as paid advertisements were Principal: orPEKCIVAI.H.WHALER ''UII1Ipntion you saw the adv.-rtUeuient
i your neighbors. Tell them your I On the passage of the bill Mr. J K.. in THE DAILY NEW1 -
of all outrageous: and when Mr. Lamar refused : A.=i-tant. 1
membership the
i I views. Perhaps they have been too { Myers voted NO. Bill passed 16 to I otherwise the regular price will t>
Myers clubs tlHr to speak oat and say they ; --- -- hargd.
in widely adver- 3. (Senate Journal 1891.). 22june2t
.. .. t
busy to investigate for themselves
tl/d street I). feaut. I .I were not true last week made that **xwx&&xw&tft -
i Shake Into Your Shoesi
the true conditions that confront
Excellent addresses were deliveredby I i II I gentleman a party to the charges, 134 134 134 134 134

|; them. Enlighten them and I know I j Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder. It I he declared. 3 ...ALL NEW... ..: '- -; :._ :. ; .. .'
Mt' F. E. Brawuer T. E. smarting -
srs. cures painful, nervous feet

JVelles, C. M. Joue, :Scott; M I. Loftin j,I'they will vote right. and ingrowing nails, and instantly I' Touching upon other things,among 3 fcflHTiflffl iimifflfs 5 134 -S- 134

J. EulniK Wolfe fl"o. T. Morgan, The primary system gives the! takes the sting out of corns and bunion I which was the Yniestra lawsuit An frson'S Telephone .

whole people a chance to express i! It's the greatest comfort discovery against the L. & N., he closed his 134 Cs It It for Public ese; 134
\V. L. Shell-y and Frank Johnson, of the aee. Allen's Foot- ,, TKIT'

and each speaker was given hearty their choice. This time the people'nominate : Ease makes tight or new hoes feeleasy. speech by introducing Mr. :\Jyers.Ir. + ,- -. '-- -.- .
It i il certain for sweating i i r FOR TJE: r 134'134
1 18rplau a cure said that the audiencewas
the candidates. That privilege ) Myers 134 134 134
=e. | : callous and hot, tired, aching I "+
has been taken out ot the )hands i i iI feet. Try it to-'lny. Sold bv aldruggists a magnificent one. and should v *"
Many pertinent: points were <
I and -hoe stores. Don'taccept Next 5 Days
I: he fail in his aspiration he would 5 ,
The i
of the professional politician I
brought out by the speakers and iI I any substitute. By mail: for' :
people have the power to nominate !i 25c. in stamps. Trial package FKEE. ,, always remember his Pensacola visit EVER.YHOUSEWIFE,
enthusiasm manifested
much : was j I Address, Allen S.Olmsted LeRoy. I
In closing the meeting President men they know to be true friends: of N. Y. and candidacy.. 20c a Copy.

Clark announced that one lone member the masses. Let them use that power j His speech was one made up for

had left the club because of the ,i and all will be well. | FINE STATIONERY.C. : the most part in a denial of charges PENSACOL4 MUSIC CO, $

i j and explaining his vote on objectionable
: endorsementthey had made, but I heard :a gentleman say the other II V. Thompson No. 11 south ,i Needs a Bottleof
measures.: He had attended 37 S. Palafox St.
that 3:1 new meuibt-rs had come iu to ui;ht that when Henry Bellinger has
street just opened a
> conventions, had gone to college I IS Turpentine !
take his place. i wa in the United State marshal'sotticedurinz I new supply of Linen and Bond x' :
with Pensacola gentlemen
The regular meetings of the club'1 the Cleveland admin-: 2oyears ago whether for Cleaning Bed"r "
I :. Papers, white, blue and gray, with .
; had served his country twelve Clothes, or for !Stings of In-> '
will be held on the first Tuesday in 1 i Utration, he heard of the
: one govern- Envelopes to match, Oxford sizes; and *+->.+.*.+.+...*.*.*.*..*: Cut. BruieM anything -.
in the senate did .
!state a
each month throughout tne yeu.: 1 ment inspectors say that his Inoks also Foreign Mail Tablets with Envelopes t year Everybody knows the calm' '>f f
I i multitude of other things which he Spirits of Turpentin and r '
to match. Ink, Pencils. Hammock
Every member of the executive were the neatest and most accurate ; Buy a ; the .
10 genuine article.
fret -'-
I ,. Penholders, Blankbooks, Files etc.. I enumerated.He .
committee i requested to meet at of any in any mar-hal's cilice in histerritory it j.. put up by the
.,< AND KEEP COOL ..< .
etc., always on hand. I ;
had canvassed
the club room at ';:30 o'clock Friday !I ; th'at Henry Bellinger i is athorouhly Phone 2:31. I the district. ..

eight, a< bu-iue of importance is to competent accountant' found a chance of winning out after : ALSO long A te

be tran-acted. and is well equipped to fill the office SANTA ROSA SURF i: consulting with friends and announced J LINES, HOOKS, :;

i! his '
---- -- ----- candidacy.His
of tax collector for which he i* now BATHING ESTABLISHMENTi t SINKERS and POLES : 5'S'
Treat Your Kidneys For Rheumatism. of
explanations certain votes .
| a candidate and his opinion. I.
When you are suffering from rheu- short weakness ." TO CATCH FISH ," .
i after talking with a number of votersin j were cut by a corning '|I. .
njatUni.. the kidneys must be attended i i *h chowder will be served every him and he .
on asked to be .
excused -
to at once so that they will eliminatethe I I city and country, he believed Mr. Hunday evening. Private partie *
can arrange to have the same or from further talk. ; Baseball Supplies
uric acid from the blood. Foley'sKidney Bellinger will be elected by a goodraaprity. ; ;
other refreshment* served
I ;, any !! Mr. Blount followed in a beautiful. .
Cure the effective
? is most : time during the week at reasonable I. SUCH AS .
i remedy for this purpose. !t. T. Hopkins I I -- 1 i terms. See manazer ly word oration after which the .
thin I have heard saidaaint !: CHArs. H. BURTON.: Bats Balls and Masks ,. Buffalo Co.who
of Polar. \Vis., says: After unfuccesffully !I "The only ; J meeting ended. i J Mfg .

; doc'oring three years for i Mr. Be lliqH." said: thi Of All Hot Weather Enemiesof ----- FROM SCoe's
rheumatism with the best doctors, I l S I. P
Guarantee it
_- -_-_--_ _--__-__ ----- -- "I N> er Knew Pain Killer to Fail Absolutely
tried Foley's Kidney Cure and it n humanity cholera Is the wor"t.

cured roe I cannot speak too highlyof No PainOr Treatment to be effective must be before, what caa the matter be? : ? Book Store. ? Only 10 Cents a Bottle.

this great medicine" Sold by W Gripe, prompt. When vomiting, purgingand Where H the bottle? here, I -
A. D'Alemberte. 121 South Palafox awrat announce thai the disease thought so: it is not Perry Davis' +..+...N........N...N
etreet di=nfrt. no irntatum of the!: in- i is present combat it with Perry Painkiller at all, but somefhine the All kinds of chairs ar. i
test'sb thorough
: gentle
prompt i
Davi- Painkiller. All bowel troubles i druggist must have made himself
tr.i:th1ul eaisn when tAke
" Udie skirts and .waists you like diarrhea cholera morbus and I did not.notice it; I have used Do you want a taasrmflct watch rocking: chairs at Marst'.rt

' J*Cleaning one of o"r specialties. star Laundry. Hood's PillsI and dysentery are overcome by Pain- Painkiller for years for diarrh ?ll, for little money? If so, call on $ Quina's. Prices are rery
killer. It 15 fqtully bealth-promoti cramps and stomach aches and itt Stephens, the jeweler. He will ac-

I I by all druggists. 3 tests I ing in all climates. never failed." | xnamodate you. (low.

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*. C. 0'NEL. President; F. C. MORTON, Cashier; THE WEATHER V HHi i H H HHI H HMi HM IHi Hi HiHH HI I

5. J. rOSHEE,Vice.President; M. E. CLARK Ass't Cashier. 'At the Soda Fountain



I When you want the most
Local Forecast-Fair unight; showers'' ,ice

PENSACOLA FLA. and thunder storms Thursday light varlable ;a exhilarating draught you

winds. I a Always want water.

I t- t

the LARGEST CAPITAL STOCK of any bank in the State. Temperature in Last 24 Hours: I : i r

Has Maxlmnm_?______ __ degrees'' ..
Minimum___ 7jdegrees /

prompt, courteous and careful attention given to all business en- ? hi7eRock

Temperature Elsewhere: t I

trusted to its care. Atlanta_ __. .______.._nl')tax.", Mln.':> Wafer

Bismarck__ _____..... .._..M 44 nmlA
Chicago..___._...... '_ M m
4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. Cincinnati___......_.s! ;4 + ,
Galveston_, ... ...___w (-0 r.i
Huron..____.._?_?....__ Jt 5:! served at the fountain
-- Jacksonville._....._._ .... ._w 74 i like fine
Kansas tlty: ___,.. w r# 1 t sparkles wine; it
H. FAIRCHILD peal to the generous public for aid Key West___..._..._..."....n'. w w is water
B. CRUEL JOKE Memphis _.._....... ........ M 7< I t only bubbling over
J and hope they will respond liberallyat Mobile_ _...............5.2 7i with.
apaOLSTERER this time, as they have ever donein Montgomery __..........._ wi 74 i' pure ozone.
New Orleans._____._...W 7 6
38 EAST ROMANA STREET. the past. Remittances may be PERPETRATED Sew York_ ..... ..... .-.. .... w 70 Bottled at Waukesha, Wlft.y .
Savannah .-. .............1J4 I 74
.r.. ., *, '* and Refinishing Furniture aSpecial sent to Mrs. Laura Thornton, treasurer Bt. Louis ..._....-....... ......... '.. vi 16 % FOR SALS HERB BY

- !/. or Mrs. Bryan Dunwody secretary -- NAVAL STOKES MAItKET. I L. Bear & Co., Agents

Phono 403. Some party or parties, whom a I

Several packages of valuable dress railway official says is the most notorious Reported Dally for The Newt bj
-- Union Naval Store Co. I
making material arrived by --------- --- ,. .
R. K. WHITE -1 I express of "wind jammers, were .
this morning billed to different ladies E08I5. !
cruel circulate
< '.i.akfr, Manufacturing Jeneleri J I in the city. In instancethe enough a report WW __..._......JS: K H no. ... ...II TOWG ,
Ci every that a special and free train wouldbe _.........._. 8 5.1 O .. ; ......_. 1 4ilS sa ilj
packages came from Sparta, Ga., __ _. _. 3 45-S A,) F. ..._,......... 135 I r252525252sa 5252 .
sad Graduate Optician, I II run Milton this morning in or. !oI.h._ 8 !i5-:! 10 E. ... ........ 15
and were shipped by Kendrick. K ._ ._._ :! 85 n..1:5 nl
v 1tv.l.fsst.! FtiiMola FU 1 I The owners were notified by mail der that all who so desired could I I..BPI&IT5.___..nkraaT1Rr-45'_ 2 t5 C*,below. _. 1 i'5EX II D

- 1 1v !i that their goods had been shipped attend the Myers rally held there I
v them.
I today. I i

i First Lieutenant Michael Joseph Upon the strength of this report a MARITIME.

NEWS NOTES: ,, McDonoughof the Kirrancas! army number of ladies and gentlemen I
1 i post, and Miss Lizzie Kenzie,dau.titer I -- S "*

J of Col. I). H. Kinzie, commanding gathered at the depot early today I PORT i I \5S5H5HSH5E5H525H52S2SH5;

the posts in this division, were and for two hours the waiting rooms For July to date. .. t 1JII.: .il'' I!
I .
H''mphill of Milton was |1 married at Fort Harrancas: at 8 p. m. were the scenes of would-be barbecued CLEARED.HrssHesleyside I -""- -

!I Monday. A special train from this i ItM. McKie. by W L
ir dttoJa. ,\ j' meat destroyers. : Wittich LO for Greenock with,:;C'J.i'\JO sit i
city carried a number of Pensacola sawn timber, value i':.''>'") i iIT
P.ii-knell ha returned ;1 1i.ton ) witnesses to the wedding.The When the train did not show up I ii I Monday's OfferingLAWNS

,: ; and other points for two hours or more the people began QUARANTINE. i'

II -;>ent his summer vaca-: most popular hotel in Pen a- to besiege the ticket agent with !| Nor bk Figaro, 1W4, Nielsen, Port Elizabeth I
cola is the Merchants-and it could Loonier !

not otherwise with such genial, inquiries for "the Milton train," order BrssTwtekenhamh13bavia, Santos toy I

r.,wJ of merry makers' thoughtful proprietor as Capt. Jacob but as no previous provision had I I II Br ss Lustlt>lgh.:2u(<;3,Baker, Baltimore,to I WILL BED
W B KeyserACo
,I f--ruoon for Magnolia Kryger. And his Bijou Saloon is I been made Agent Hublette was at a I i Am bkt Herbert A Fuller,6&7 Nash, Port
,.,.. in the picnic givenVk Elizabeth to order
; equally as popular. His mixologistsare loss to explain except that he knew I Rue ship Hndynuon.'. ::. Ptllersm, East
'lit L. skilled and London to Baars.IJun\\'odv A Co LACES
experts, they are
nothing of it. Uer ss Aranonaa.IJ4! Fort New York to
: H..I t Music Co. adverw courteous and polite to all. You I Gulf Transit Co ,
No train left and Br bs incbmoor, 2":14, Has, Bantus: to
-'."et mu-ic :at M cents..k can get the very best of all kind of a'ery sorely Knars A Co choice; call and gee drinks there. The RIjou is centrally disappointed number took their de- via Br Barbados bk tlaerimnerlgdGoodallCaperown: to order' : o-\XI-o

..-' j.Levy.. located. Drop in there to cool olT l I parture from the depot. Some had I Natal Hus,to bk order Australia, ell, Fasjerbton, Port
when come from that political
j K: ( r>'iry of Ki,JaJ was a you come in from the country, they said, : !
.. v-it: T iiTP this morninar: upon representations made by speak Commander J H Bull inbpectorotthe Boys' Wash Pants

: :., I KudiJ: on the City oft B. B. Smith, in a case in the ers of the Myers faction, and these Seventh following Lighthouse official notice district: bas Issued the I

U.-! ifttrnoon.i. police court today, testified that he Kensacola Bay and Entrancl'&vY Yard I
overheard a negro woman ask a were not in a very pleasant frame of Outtr Bank Buoy :No V.H t-ecoml-claes can,
was established June SJ, Il"o ron the
theVouiiu'< I I
: i'/it'er-: of man why he was peeping through mind when they realized how cruel following bearings viz: .
\' -id:, their! sincere thinks to Deer Point Ileaon Light E. by N. SEXTON'S DEMANDS: FOR DAINTY COOL LAWNS, '
.. the i blinds of a certain residence on ly they had been duped. Pensacola Light-House. W. N W 'r W. THE
F. I'.M.'irt for the donitlou of'I IiMiin End of West coal) wharf, navy vaid, N. rht and Catchy Laces, are till strong, with manufacturers still
: West Hill. The man asked the woman -
% w. the situation. The continued hot weather with
. w, h ?; to the home. i controlling every
This is placed at the southeasterlypoint
when buoy
to be quiet, and she
HON. F. T. MYERSIS I of the five-fathom curve oil Peosacola j i indication of an unusually prolonged pea on, makes them reluctant to
; '.. w'l I l I"- -pecial meeting f.f would not he beat her and causedher navy yard and marks the channel to anchorage I.!
with stocks and in hold for the
part consequence strong price. Despite:
for vessels
( ". Mn ('\\llh Thur- strong market tendencies we offer for Monday's selling:
i- '... Hi in>-" of unport- tion. Tom and Anna Sellers were QUITE ILL I
... Kv; ry a-inb-r i- fe;iuiftl arrested this morning at i o'clock Regulations of the Marine Hospital ftor.I I
--- vice require the inspection of vessels from
itteud. in npicion of having been the par- I; foreign ports via domestic ports north of i 3,000 YARDS OF FINE 2,500 YARDS LINEN SHADED
it. : tif. but no proof of identification Hon. Fled T. Myers, who spoke to (i I I southern ;Maryland but via such ports atI
\\Vefc will:011.1/
: I Ship Island, where full pratique is given I II

-viceLtthe Pre-byuriauchurch. w.i- present them.ICECOLD .and the mayor discharged the large audience at the opera I i, for requisite a southern to entrance port,inspection, is not pre- j jcOT1CZ. I, SHEER LOTUS LAWNS.TORCHON LACE AND INSERTINCS

'l llne: with prayer-meeting t..- r house last tight, had been confined.j I I -
II I An ideal Wash Lace for
-- .
--- I In Ihlntyttripes and : garnishingHummerUnderwear -
(luring the absence of the I Figures
pa- 1 I WATERMELONS AT to his bed, under the immediate attention ', The Marine Hospital Service has issued i Fancy
v. Lynn I U. Walker. 1 ,: the following: a Wonderful Variety of Colorings, Wash Petticoats, etc. The actual
THE GARFIELD ICE CO'S. I II II of Dr. Renshaw, all day "Coasting vessels which are known and
worth is and lOc. For
o ,lit: ;mir'it: '! Tom Rivers: living I! which are in regular trad with Florida one of the most popular sellers we ,tP4 Monday! ..
'I yesterday and was quite ill last from domestic ports of the United States I Tuesday and Wednesday it will behave, near lutli avenue, 'FAMILY may enter without detention or inspectionwith had this season. choice at
-rouge: negro prowling SEASON TICKETS i iI night during his speech.In the understanding that If sickness of I
I 'I any character whatsoever shall develop If you are here bright and early 6c
'iiif in the till midnight AT SICARI'S BATH HOUSE fact; during the closing part of during the voyage to Honda ports shall yard, j
I +I report to the quarantine officers for in- the choice of
black had no busill".g his speech he was seen to take on I eprctlOQ and disposition.** you get patterns at 6 yards for V'tc: liyard-! for 45c.: j

i w.t- *uaded to ll'ave I ___ Positively not a yard at thee prices I
pur ashen hue and the table 10 Yards
an for 35
1----1 grasp c. i
I after Thursday, I
> i rain of pistol shot THE SHIPPING. Ii
for support. He stopped speaking,
I lirection. season ticket for baths at his splendid I S'PORT I
( excused himself and was led awayto VESSELS\
a I'irk lat night a small bath house, for a family of one hTEAMSHIIS. ,

warun over by a hack to three at $1.50 for the season and open air by friends. ,! UunwodyA Hr flatten Hall Co l374, Weppener llaars: 06 200 Pairs Boys' Wash Pants oeIN i

-Action of Koinana and for a family of from three up for two This morning he left for Milton, i Hr Cbatton, :!:ClSandersonto W S Key. ,

: \ -'ftHe was attended dollars. These season tickets will despite his illnes It is said that ,i|Iltlr.t Br Egmont Co Castle, Islt PU.!b. to full- LIGHT, MEDIUM AND DARK KTRIPEK. AOES.'J TO 11 YEARN,
. drill to whichw entitle the family to bathe whenever Ivan Lumber Co j
his condition will probably not permit i I Br Karlswood, I tvi. Brown, to W B Key-
carried in an uncons- they wish throughout the season ser R Co
him to continue an active campaign Br Heleyside, 1W7, McKie, to K U Howe &: tc Choice JOe Pair. 1
'liti"ti. He wa not hurt :&Jjlm I Co Monday at hie
: as had been intended. Span Leonora, !''>'>, Kuslinza, to iulf

nf Everybody has a right to a little I --- I I I I Transit llr LesreauU Co t>:87, Kerry toHoutberlandI :! I _u_.__ ...._____ _.. H. ... .._____ -_ t
tars theVoman's i piece of this earth. But they must i ii I For pimple, blotches, bad complexion DC is Co ,
.' _:" ,ttlyiii need of funds fight for it. They must watch their I Hood's Harsaparilla is the 'i Hr LanKham: 17W, Keatberton. to Jno A
j { ,
:int expenses. Expenses chance to get it, and get it. I I medicine to take-it has established .' Merrill Uer Hcota.I&4* Co II ant'r.toUulf Transit ('0 W. J. & B. FORBES.

..:ivy recently owing tow 1 Thos. C. Watson & Co. I 1 I this fact. Lumber Hr Hilverdalu Co 1711, Ball, to Pensacola If
' have some particularly fine bargainsto .
it the institution. The I I -- -- -- liB I I'll.
offer just now, and they invite Br Kings County :!1M". Salter to order .
niv dependent! entirely i vou to come and investigate same. :,! MR. MYERS NOT VOTING. !; Hus Ocean, HM, Mat tShen, to S S L <.o .
tuitions, for the main- i You will never regret having done ;iI i qI I HARKS

houle, therefore up. I to. : I II Aviemore, HH'I. Hansen to orderIt I If You Buy Them at the Boston Shoe More They are Good! '
I Anna E Marie, 4it:, Tinto, to Kosascollors
I House Bill 215, Page 1077, A bill to

.... 10 10 be entitled, "An act In relation to Nor Alexander Lawrence!. Haa\t'rten.1 i iti
i %%%. .. to W H Keyn-r('o it
I U Kersigliere, I'll Peeko, to Baare Dun-
insurance companies in this state. wody t Co

A FRESH SHIPMENT OF kp | (The bill became a law and makes It Nor EImstone.737.Capuroto Hugo. **. Hansen, toordrr order Boston Shoe Store ::1
Dan Norma :W, Allx-rtsen. to
: insurance companies, when judgment Junwody0
t... '--. ...'i: Kui Kbea.lMs, N.vroon, to order HaRn'1
is against them, pay the attorney's Nor tjunbeam, 'c34 Andersen to
'''':_::: ----; :''_'':_' : --- -_:..: :: = It Thomas: .ti. l-auro. to order ;
fees of other side.) Mr. Myers did \'lrginia,5uVa.saio!! ) to Kosasco Bros TAO N D2 y.@R--

HAMS. not vote. 28junetw HARKFNTINE. .
...SMITHFIELD i .. kJ Hr koda,H>, SHLCoiruoo !
'ceRS.Br .
-_ --- --_.-, -- Saves a Woman's Life. (jeorglana.71.Scnttto! order I. Ladies' Pat Leather Tip Oxford, worth f 2.00, Monday.$1.40 1 iLadies'
'..- ---- 1 Ails John Francis,2N>.Cord ion. to order I
: .-0:: To have given up would have meant Br Mabel Darling. III. Albany, to Simpson Black Kid Pat. Leather Fancy scroll! Oxford worth $! 00. "

death for Mrs. Lois Cragg, of Dor A CO I Monday .,1.jy j.
Am Mary HanforJ. 4.V1, Mlonaldto.lno|
JUST RECEIVED.FRESH. chester Mass. For years she had A Merrill A eoIJP.CJLKAKID Ladie Black Kid Pat. Leather, Heavy Sole Rope Stitch, regular : 1
i I 12.&) Shots ...
endured untold misery from a severe .f i.9-; i
trouble obstinate AND HAILED FOB t'E- I Ladies' Pat. Vici, Medium Hole, Cuban Heel
lung and cough. I Regular $2 jj; Shoe..12.2l; ) :.
FLORIDA = "Often," she writes "I could scarcely MACOLA. I
8TKAXBHIP8.Llan - -
SYRUPIN breathe and sometimes could not annor, lr r.l>M, erosion, at Rio Ja i
5 speak. All doctors and remedies failed nieroPortuenlele
till I used Dr. King's New Discoveryfor lr. 55'TJenkins. at HamburgMay

GALLON JUGS, 75cts PER GALLON. = Consumption and was completelycured. 31 B4RKHI BOSTON: SHOE STORE
." :Sufferers: from coughs colds, i Antonio I'rir.7.S3Md Palma May nIticn i1
-- trouble need this It sid Table Car: Mar-'S
throat and lung
." \; .: HANDLI grand remedy, for it never disap,std Leith Jan K ;i NATHAN ;. 10Uaiii.MiK: : I n |>rfi'tor.

points. Cure is guaranteed by W. A. ?

M. F. Gonzalez & Co's Corn Meal = D'Aleraberte druggist.. Price, SOc Eleven Deaths from Heat Leaders of Low Prices. 117 South Palafox Street. ; ;
$ and $1.00. Trial bottles free. .I Pitt b'lrg. July 8.-There are no indications I 1 1i
I of an early abatement cf <, -- ,

tf 1\TLCSlnI.Y. I the hot wave. The mercury at 11 a. i I, THE SANTA KOSA Fishing tackle of all kinds !
This weather makes the m. was 84 dcprees. Eleven deaths KKTABMsHMKNT'II '
You can but/ and six serious cases of prostratloj i I SURF BATHING : and good crab nets at the ;j
;rascgrow. : ---- I
JejSOL CAHN & CO ]! keen cutting Lawn Mowers I have been reported during the last 21 Bathing in the warm gulf waters is I i ii Willis Jlardwaer Cos.
; r"
; hours. I i conceeded to be the finest in the }I
and Grass Shears from the I I world. Everything for pleasure with ( VIRGINIA COLLEGE
safety. Good board and lodging, by i:
Hardware Co's.
Willis Army Suicides.
f I \ I the day or week. L'incheon For VOl'.NG LA 1)1 KM, Roanoke, Va.
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERS, Wa hin ton. July S.-The !. promptly .
i war < served at all hour, day or night. pn H .pt li. IK-*. one of tbe leading It
partment IP advised that Lieutenant Heliooli for Young Ladle, in the Mutb
Marston $ Qufna carry CHARLES H. BCKTOX, I
New building,
N.\irner Palafox and Intendencia Streets. pinna and equipment.
J '' Colonel Charles R. Barnet quarter i 2m-tf
I Manager. Campus tea arrfrj. rand
line I mountain scenery -
the largest of
master's department committed suicide I In Valley of Va.. famed for b<>allta. Knropeao !

,hone I 178. t* .* Pensacola, Fla. = rugs, window shades, etc., July 5 by Jump'ng from a fire 1 The finest line of sterling silver !,i|I (Conservatory and Amercaa advantage teacher! In AM i. frail, Music course and I

in the cityWe lay our escape on the fourth story of a sani- goods and silver novelties U to be !| For Jolooulloo.tud..ot, from thirty tUatri. j I
foandatJ. L Htepheus1. Prices toi catalogueaddre.eMATE ; .
:\: $ S. matting free. tarium at Battle Creek, Mich. I please all. j I lIAUKIrf Koaaoice President, Va..4 ;.


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I LONG DRO GHT'KILLS CROPS. I __n____ ___ _-i -5rs---- -

Person -
Rain Could Not Benefit Them in Mississippi MISS FAY LEE

Tells How Hospital PhysiciansUse S 1 Now. I ,

TellsAnother [Original] and Rely upon Lydia E. Jackson. .Miss.! July 8.-Crop condt President of the 5hakespearil.n Club K&n&s City.

"Walter" said :Mrs. Bertha Turner Pinkham's Vegetable Com ton! in Mississippi have suffered I 1- --.r- -j- -

ABOUT KODOL DYSPEPSIA CURE. to her artist cousin, who was paintingher pound. great damage during the past weak ; 4'Your booklet came to my ( nervous tension. The nef" 'S

'' on account of the drought and. the point home likea message of 1Z&1thwhta loon begin to give way I1J1 'r
I don't
-why marry
portrait, you
._*.' Why It. Sal It lacroilac is RIB .. DEAR )IRi. IISSUAM: : : Twelve has been reached where rain would be I. I lad luffud with { thestraln.Youperhapsju: I
"Because, my dear Bertha I cannot rears continuous service at the sick hudacht,backache and bur. at any unusual disturha.iog !\
Mly-Sa thir must be SenuthlafU I of little benefit the early
or no to corn
get the woman I want. 1 will tell youa Led in some of our prominent hospitals wn pains. I waa weak, or laugh or weep, hYi r-

Merit AlUf All. ,! seaet. There is a young girl; who occasionally as well as at private homes, has crop which means that the yield will nervous and hysterical and cally, at no apparent ca:.::
given me varied experiences with the be from 40 to 60 per cent short this! lad not consulltdaAYcoctot, I That ja what Miss Pay L .

Fair minrlfd people always admit it looks out cf that window diseases: wom n. I have nursed some year. It will! require a series of heavy thinking it would pus away __ 64)3i North Seventh tre." .

men they find an article of merit. It i facing ray Ftu io. I have fallen: in love rainfalls! to save corn from utter d. in time, but Instead I found Kansa3 City, Kansas. wat;
I IstruetJon.
It has done them good they want it to with Ler. She dues cot deign to notice that the pains Increased and coming to when she resc I

help others, too. Thousands bear inc." were more frequent. I de. L ? herself bI takln Wine IJf
witness to the wonderful curative I The outlook is even more serious! ddd to try Wine of Cudul MI rll' 1M. Cardul. The \\ me 1:118

qualities Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It "If I were a man, with my knowledge than at this season last year when the and in a short time wu much --i.---- her a strong.healthy wc'::&:

h the only preparation which positively -j of women I cou'd: get any woman drought cut dcwn the corn crop over Improved. It sumed to act liU & clwm. again, &3 it 1u made a milLrn other

and completely digests any la the world." :;0 per cent. Lack of moisture and I kept up the treatment and the result women strong and healthy! By ind:. .

. good food you may eat. No one disputes -i! "I wish you would get this girl for hot winds are also havJn? a telling effect -: wu most satisfactory. Words bit to cx- ing regular menstruation the ent..s
the fact that some other digest- gratitude for the suffering that
me. on the cotton average and iu I press my aytem i.relieved of the terrible! was1.g
ants partially accomplish this result. IS now lined mc. I am in fine halth
.Neither for awhile. Then
Bertha drains. The which
spoke ligaments 11
many commuritles the \ l..
Pepsn: for instance, is found in the plant looks physiulIy and meat&11r. I un only say
healthy stomach. When it is lacking, Turner said: I sickly and stunted. To add to the 'thank you', but thee &I much more fa womb in place are strengthened ty a
I "I have a plan. For you my favorite healthy flo'vr and that organ is rettttd
the patient takes pepsin and it helps ; generally discouraging prospects, th> my hurt for 0U0
\ !
him. But pepsin digests only album (cousin I will execute it. though 1 \ Mexican boll weevil has apeared In' EARING-DOWN pains are the to its normal poiition. Retul1Ut;

inous foods, like meat and eggs. Way- would'Sot do so for any one else. Give '. f : ) Homes county, and threatens to III worst that omen bow. If health is the result. This j is W _lt

be there's plenty! of pepsin and a lack tue some of your (')vth g. TLere-is agirl or f"e:;; from till tron- Wine of Cudui has dane fJr thLasj
to other are suffering
of the other digestant.'. Then it sitting at the window now. Is ; -* \" .' spread parts of the delta LIe you von need not be uncertain of the Ulst: women in America.about .

does no pood. That's the trouble! with that h.T _)...L-..r jA-----!.'.''' -. .'7' "..,' Farmers are fE.'l'lIng"e:"} much disheartened : -' it. The pains in the abdomen If you need adriee write The b 's'

the other preparations. They don't 1 "Its.Vhat are you going to do?" ::;: 4'.S?'-_. _- over the prospects whicu. and back that feel as if heavy weights Advisory Department, The La: .
contain all the digetants. RodolDyspepsia t'L three or four weeks
aeo were about
down the of the
were pulling on nerves
"Never mind.
Leave that to me. .s noogaMedicine CompanyCatta
Cure contains them all. It' 'a
all that coul.l] be desired.
Tiu minutes later Mrs. Turner. MISS VIRGINIA CRANES, stomach are "bearlDg-do\\'I1: pains". Tenn. describing all
i ,
food Youdon't Yun
digests any good want. | IJI:1j'.J;
you .! President IJf. urtoe,;' \..... iatlvu,\\"atOl tornN.Y, .S 1- They may not be particularly severe at
have to diet. The feeling of'fulness diwod from the waist: up as n man. freely, and a letter Gf ahice w ",a
.. ,," I'rsent but they are worse.
most distre5inccaSt of inflammation \ to 511Ik Sullivan."Spike" growing
after eating is immediately strolled to the window aud looked out. headache which nearly drlve3 sent YOIl. Secure: a 'I.OOof W.diitracted .5
and ulceration of the varies and womb.I Sullivan: bas clinched !his That you
relieved by KMOllJ..pep ia Cure. :-;h,' hId.oue in her hand and Cardul from
roses now i 9 caused by the terrtble of your drnggt tox.I I.11..
have known that il "I uv.-d Kodul DyspepsU Cure for dyspepsia match with Jalu-z White. tLe English
tiding; careful aim. Kent them into the __ ,. -i.r- -i.. ..n-
and it cave nit rcili-f. at oo"e. I can I]. Pinkhuiu's Vegetable Compound lightweight, 'which is to take place at if J-U- I.- -
tk MgMy recommend H." E. D. WiMUmson, hip of tue girl opposite. The recipient wheii everything el-e failedI A million euferit 11
C'rl'Oiordo N. C. the National Sorting club of London zea J
4.t "I hid; dysprp In In worst form and felt started and touted out Jut in time toe I I M ith their patients. I have advised my WINE of CARDVI have founl re.lff &:I
the latter of June. Sullivan Las
, L m1--rube! m'...t of till! time until I usUKodullystKp !,,- the sender disappear troll the win- I j patients and friends to use it and have part Wine of Cardui.

I 'r 'ia Cur-. w.lill..i roiuplHi-ly curedm dow. 1 yet to hear of its first failure to oure. sailed, and when he reaches the other ___I-Ir ::u.JS_. __S-I.I ____ j -
:ilr. \V. W. .. :
Saylur. UUll-rd.& ,
side he intends take his -
to training -
k Four years apo I had falling the up ; -
The girl held the flowers over the sillI'rtvaratur3
t Kodol Dyspepsia Cure womb from !straining in lifting a heavy quarters with Tom Sharkey. This vviiibe
to dropping thtia into the
: patient and knowing of the value of Sullivan's first attempt in England THE NEW GROCERY STORE.
all Stomach Troubles. 1
court below but !I.< fore doing; so con-
Compound I began to use it at
your since Sl'\. when Le defeated tevcraiof
.t,. Prepared The $1. bottle only by cont:01ns'i E. C.DF.Wn'T&: times Co.the,iI Chicago.)c. sll.6.I l eluded to enjoy tLeir fragrance.; Then I once and in !six w eeks I was well once the IJritish pirants. oi:: :: ==?========= ===-=-====0
s-Iie laid them on a table near by, arose more and have had no trouble sino;.

and disappeared."There's; I am most pleased to have had an oppor.
a l-eginning for you. To- tunity to say a few words in praise: of When Other Medicines Have Failed
certain cure for piles and skin diseases.' morrow after the sitting we'll see if we your Vegetable: Compound, and shall Take Foley's Kidney Cure. It Las
take every occasion to recommend it.Miss ."- Keeps a Complete First-Class Up-to-Date
| can advance a step. I VIKOISU cured when everything else has dis ,
Harjris Pharmacy,John Biiepnard Ga\SEs.-15000 forfeit IJ
: 8. Kahc. ;I The nest day when :Mrs. Turner arrived -.. above tetilmon ol i! not genuine. appointed. Sold byV.. A. D'Alttn- Fine Staple_ and Fancy Groceries.No .

at the studio her cousin said to Lydia I:. Pinkham's Vegetable berte, 1.1 South Palafos street.oA.s'r1.xA. .

4 i! her: Compound has stood the test of 30 W. Covernment St., Salisbury Block.

TWO GEORGIANS IN WRECK. i "Your effort Las been a failure." time, and has cured thousands.Mrs. TELEPHONK 327

i|, ""-Ily so?" Pinkham advises sick wo- Bears the Ie Itd Y'j Hare Ah3Er !"<" .

Warren Carr and Mrs. Allen of Mil- j i "I went to the window this morning. men free. Address, Lynn, Mass. '
ledge vi lie. Are Injured. j I' She came to her window at the same ICE AND WOOD.

ti Bicgharr.ton. N. Y.. July 9.-A coach- momentS soon as she saw me she I fui step in his love affair that he made -- ---

In I turned and walked away." I no end of blunders on the portrait, do-
? party consisting of Mr. and Mr- MYERS PRESENT WE- EXPECT TO SUPPLY
Ralph Corbin Missf-s I'earl and Wini "That's very good. If sUe hadn'tdone :I':;: wire harm than good. When his A MUCH LARGER TRADE

fred Corbin. of this city Frank Par- that this morning, she would cousin arose to go, she looked at it and BUT NOT VOTING THIS SUMMER THAN EVER FEFCRE
have: done it this afternoon. Now asked:
dee of Afton: E. A Pardee. of Oeonta;
I It ha'lnjLown her condemnation of "II.i\e you 1't-en working on the nose [ SEND US YOUR ORDERS
Warren Carr and Mis. II. Allen\ of Milledgcvllle. ; : NCiAi.
your assurance, perhaps she will beforgiving. this morning?" !; Senate Bill 29, A bill to be entitled,
I : Ga.. were returning from I '
; ." "Yes. Why do you ask?'' "An act to require railroad companiesin Thompson Olsen
Eainhridge. where they hal been attending
The sitting was cut short for in the "Take it out. It is the nose of their the state to erect cattle yards: and ,
a reception when the horses :
mid-t of it the girl opj-osite appeared :;:! opposite.\ I think you had Letter Crossings on their lines of railroadin
IfcJt the road in the dark acd th" Manresa Street, Telephone 1': ;.
at her window with her workbasket."She \ now arrange; for an introduction to' _
certain The Journal
coach was tipped over a 20foot embankment I cases. .
----- ----- ---- -
expects you to appear and look your ladylove. Do you know her ---
I that Mr. Myers was present but did
very penitent She must be disappoint. name? ESTABLISHED 1863.McKENZIEOERTING.
The horsea and vehicle turned over : ed. Give tue jour coat. There; now "No." not vote. Pages 399400, Senate Jour. --

twice before rt-arhing the bottom. i ib I put your hat on the back cf my Lead "Weil. I will note the number of her nal, 1893._ _ _ 23june1w

Every occupant! of the coach was La':- so as to conceal my knot of hair. That house as I cro by and find out for you.Tl.en & CO.,

iI; Ty bruised and shaken Up. but none of : will .1';." I will: see what I can do." I'yny-Balnam Kelietr 1Uhtsway CI
ud cukes a ti.ed end of coiuh an J -DCALKB8 11 0
the injuries will prove fatal, the top I Seizing a handzias she sat near tho Mrs. Tumor's investigations; led to

f of the coach saving them from lJein,! window, with her back turned toward the information that tLe girl; oppositewas ---- -- --. --- and General
: Chandlery < crusted. i i:1k the girl opposite."Aha. the daughter of an acquaintance ,
little : she cf
I one said. "Who one of liT intimate fri.'nJsn introduction aoa AND cos 5. PALAFOX STHKKT.

ft: Railroad Foreman Suicides. I is hurt this time? Smooth that wrin- was arranged. and the proxy
- -
{c: Americus. Ga.. July 8.-Mr. S. H.t I kled brow." She presently, burst into IOUT met the lady of his love. Shortly AGENOY

Clarke committed suicide Sunday afternoon 1 a laugh. after this Durne received n notice from OF PYTHIAS REVERE COPPER COMPANY JOHN A. ROEBLINO'3 HONH CO/B

. I at the home of his daughter, I "Look," she said to her cousin. his cousin to appear at her house on Pennacol Lodge :\o. 3, K. of P., GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RD8SEL & HON'S PCMP8.

. i Mrs. Charles Oliver, on College street "1 see nothing unusual." a !'tipllat..II'\'nin! ;:. There he was introduced meets every Monday even turn Gcrdin PiIiU, ills, liallci! lastrBniiots, ChrIs, litkin, hiln

: by taking an overdose of morphine. i "Site's putting; that sleeve in wrong to the girl opposite who did log at SM' at Castle fial.
. In the Bloant" Watio.! COMPASSES LOGS, ETU
.; Mr. Clarke had been section foreman | Bide foremost. Fix your mind on your not snspoct but that the meeting; wasr.II..I hQtldiag. third floor.
C. McKenzie Oertin? Collecting Aent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent Asso
, of the Central railroad at this place work my dear. 110n't be thinking accidental. y'Ultlng brethren oorttlall ciation.

for a number of years but was discharged i iI about the man opposite." "Xow: fight it out for yourself," whis- welcomed. M CAMPBILI -

from that company about a I l At the next sitting as Mrs. Turner I port-d his cousin as she excused herMf H.HOR8HR C. ,

month ago. aud -ince that time had entered the studio Walter Burne said for a time, "and lie brave." K. RoeS< 8. The Star

excitedly: F-urne was brave and won. Laundry
ben very dSI0IIdflt.| He was \popular I I ,
with thos.- who Knew him who i "It's nil up. Until today she hasnever OCTAVIA SPARKMAN.Acts Laurels

-really deplore his untimely death.! failed to show Lerself at the I
Busiest Best !I'AS
The funeral occurs this afternoon. ; window in the morning. I Lave not Immediately. Allam1Lr Biggest, ,

Keen her since you left. I treated her Colds are sometimes more trouble- S ,

.ln.lill.Ml IIM..ill..... i very rudely." I sane in summer than in winter it's bpo.fflc the Geld r -- -

The story is told of an ,'I.'d i'I1\'r I|.. The lady received tLis information 5,) hard to keep from adding to them Award to An Evening Call on

in :!III;: i'"sil'l.i'ho 1 grandiloquently! referred -'\ with equanimity and went to the win I I while cooling off after exercise. One

to tin- old sajiiig. "The olfice :., dow. I Minute Cough Cure cures at once. I.W.HARPERKENTUCKY
Your Swell FricmKy.
should s ma ii. not the man the i| "Splendid:" she exclaimed clasping Absolutely safe. Acts immediately.Sure '

otlice." A few days afterward the ::'. lit r hands with a childish delight. cure for coughs colds croup ? wi'l find will be warmly r- -

tpeaker cl'Ttioiieering in :1 I ""'hat is it?" throat and lung troubles. Hargis' \7 %,'tJI.4

old fashioned stjle.) Iti-in;.: 'alllllIJ111 \ ,,.. Burne looked out and saw a floweron Phaimacv, John Sheppard and Sidney WHISKEY -ived if you are well and 11".t./
ud asked ;il><>nt his :1".I.rtlol'Jt a few tin1 window sill ,CJoIIIlIIC4111 dressed and your linen is frrepr .#

days lief ore that "tln'oilioe! .>houl.llo"'k :i "SLe:; tells said Lis cousin "that -. m.lie :
you : O.A.STOn.: A.e. InO'\ o.tsneP4 ; : j' able. A woman of refinen -
the he 1 still maintain "
man. replied: sIll Pall
,, appreciates gift.
your Ikahr.dYOJ: ; HwUM33jBThere's : 1&90). alway gauges a man's well brert ,
my Nisitinn. The ollk-e should indeed j|I "I Iov do you know?" ear."' '- .
Ptmctr by the condition of Li II .
seek tin- man. l-ut. !-; ii. the man should "That's what tIe flower she had 8Ignaroe If+ # : :F4 s ; --

1*> around \\ I"n the otlice is looking; placed on the window sill means in I Itlowor of Sold bY Daunted Bros. ,. and he goes into her presence .

for him." lanzua I'." I -- 1 inoreJ with beauty when hi- -I! "

I "You don't mean it:" I i lots of money to be made collars and cuffs have been don-
lot of it. A real!
In real estate- estate '
Cures Eczema and Itching Humor mm mm at the Star
Through the Blood-Costs NothinQ I "Yes. Having shown her that you I I sign is usually a fineer-board to ] -'a---,', Laundry.

' to Try It. were offended at her apparent, want j j I i wealth. Thos. C. Watson &

appreciation.. she Las hastened to I j'Co.i thA leading Real Estate firm
j: E. H. B. Botanic BI.wd Balm ; i* tell you that J'ou'pre mistaken. Now I j|I have some offers which it would art tin molt Uul of &ilds. ALL WORK c. o. D. Goods Called [for and Minni! Free

now rtcoRtilzeU: a* a certain and sure I think: you Lad better give Ler a forgiving be worth your while consider. Go

cure for Eczema: Itching Skin: Humors -' ; reply." II and see them to-day, and don't wait tuci. TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST.
1"i.'ab,",*. \VaUry KINters Going; to some pots containing plants !:. till to-morrow.- KIDNEY eUlE IIIlumtm
in an improvised conservatory she FOLEY'S Manager.
PimpleAe1IIIIR P..HJK or !i Marston Quina are sole ,
lhiI. (Carbuncle! looked them 0\fr -----
Joints, Prickling: laments I the celebrated
"01., dear! There Is nothing to indicate ; for
Pain iu the Skin. Old Eatll.:; Sores,
Ulcers etc. Botanic lllood B 11m foigiveness or forgive me. This \\0dorless refrigerators, money refunded. Conttlniremtdlw

taken internally cure the wor-taud furgctnienot will have" to serve. Go absolutely guaranteed or rtcofnlud by cmJ.DInt LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD-
and lay it on the sill.
ca-f.. I l money refunded.LA'VV physicians the but ( IS EFFECT: DECEMBER 1, lieu
inot deep-seated by enriching Burne was M moved at this success- u ot

purifying and vitalizing the blood ICJk&r and Bladder trouble! New Orleans and_Mobile.
blood i
thereby giving a healthy supply -- -- -- --

to the skin. Botanic Blood Bilmjs .aJCI a.. ... iii'\ "0.8. ?.o.4. So.!. So.!. 0.1. I So 5

the only cure. to stay cured, for DEPATMENTJohn W. A. D'ALEMBERTE. 713 a 12ISm 11:0.p Leave...... Pllnu ola. ._,ArrIYII 1I.tI a tln p iiO P
S these awful, annoying skin troubles ".51J8 :t: 7p 1:05 a Leave_____ Ylomaton Leave !r.Jl.'ia !:$> p.J T:5 p11t
)) a 4t1i p I :t:5.i a Leave. ._ 'Iobiie Leave 1.3Jn't 12 15 n I 11,00 P
Other remedies may relieve, but B. -IF- .5 ...-_ sap 1$1 a Leave .New_uris-enS van s:I"L 75 _
B. B. actually cure, heals every SPECIAL MASTKK'S SALK -

sore, and gives the rich glow of B. Stetson University : By virtue of aa orde and decree of forei North.
health to the :*kin. B. B. B. builds up i I clo.ur..madt' by HOD. L. J. Kcevei. jud: the broken-down body and makes ot the Io'IrH Circuit of Horida. for t..cani- No. 2. So. .. No. 1 So. I,
Do LnD-ct, Flo1'icln.JOIIS blA County 00 the : ilb day ot June A. Ibl p m ll.S p m I Leave ... Pec.saoJa .Arrl1'1 .:." pm II JJ am
the blood red and nourishing. Over ;, In a certain cause therein pending 8:15 a m 8:5 p m I I Arrlye.. Montgomery _Leave 1115 a m :!13 J IB
:8000 voluntary testimonials of cures F. FOKBKS IMi. I)., Pr..tlent.LUEHT J. \HIUII, LL. B.. Dean wherein H. U. William1) U complainant ItSllam lIlPlpm Arrite_. kiirmingti&m: ...Leave e.gam ,.s pm

by Botanic Blood Balm B. B. B. Tall Term CommenceVeilneMlaj' October 1 I tHJ. and Herman Watiington. !Smky WastiIngton 1:00pm 3IOa m I Arrlve_. aihville _..Lu1'8 .. .
; Virginia Tbomaf Dee Watblngtoa 5:5) a m 1:13 am I Arrive Louisville _van 8t5 pm !:t3 a m
Druggists! II. Trial treatment free i TWO YEARS' COURE-TbeLawPepartmentofJohnB. stetson; University gives and John Thomas, heirs at law of George; ,,1:'lJam ItSiam Arrl1'e..CIDcnnaIL.Uoan S.ei p us 1I15pmI
and prepaid! by writing Blood Balm two-years' course leading the decree of LL. B. ; Washington, dtC..a.edlatlof said: Kscam- I ?::!O& m 1:$) pm Arrln" Ht. Loo1! ..Lnn' ,, ':15 p m2:55pm= -
Co., Atlanta Ga. Bescribe trouble DEGREE All 1l1's TO THE BAR-Tbe diploma of the Law Department of John B. bla County, "Florida are defendants I, tbe : PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.
Stetson fnlversity a1mttto tbe Bar, duly appointed Special Master to execute
and free medical advice until
given loT RTH ER ISF"lUI A TlJ -KortheLaw Announcement of lf'2-3.and all other desired said order and decree, will sell at public
cured. information regarding th. Law I lepartment,address auction at the front door of the court house So. 21-Dally No I-DallYI J o stop where time not Ihown I So. 2-Dally No. 2'-lJalJ
-- --- in Pensacola. Escambia County Florida, -
ALBERT J. FARRAH. Dean of Law Department, during the legal hours of sale on the liti 11.115 pm 7:1)} a m Leave. ...._ 10:5) pm 8:3IJ pili
S De Land Fla. i 1:1 .. Joh"m.a ...... I ,-
cA.9TQTTA.. | Monday In August \'fK, the same being 1:1:111: night -- ,. 1':81" 8:1J
iii Yu H 18 AAay SZ 1ttutu. i i i i il August tin, 1*?. to the best and highest fl3): 7:11\ "' I I '-- \'nlestra ,__,-" l-34 U 6; 1I
L.& l = I bidder for Clib. the following described 1ft3: 1:1 ._.Escambla__ ior 6i1 -
land to-wit: That portion of block forty. I 11'3,5 h f5": I ._ Mnlat 1\1.:1" 6.5
I y ..IJItI eigbti4'ot th! }:.a.t King tract east of U:3\I": 7'4: U ... .._ Harp ._. ..... .. 10: 1" 5.:..)
Tulane University of Louisiana. Tarragona street as lies within the follow. l2s: ) fM": .....-S.G'11 City ....._ tI&( 6t7:
log boundaries TII: Commencing at a 1:1:511": : 7111" .1. ......... Milton- ._. 101) 5:51
I the < 1:1): _.. _..Good ..... ..
point on west tide of EUhib: ( 4tli) avenue am RaDle '.M'
Seasonable householdand Ne-v OrleAns.I thirty ': >) feet north of lie 9oto street. t.M ,. :l5 ...... .._ Holu .. _. pa '..311I
I i thence running north along the west line of 5;:;J" !s;. ) ._- Milligan -- 8 J" ':11"
kitchen utensils at the I Sib avenue nm!!ty ifij feetthencewest one I !:$I" !;*'t 'I U.. ,.__.Cre8tnew._ ':11" 4.1)0 If
line parallel with Lie tioto street one ban- 1:1) :M" ..._.D eer Land 1:56.M"
: Willis Hardware Co.'s.The i EDWIN A. ALDERMAN, LL.D., President. 'dred and tin Itll,) feet thence south on a 5:::13" ':10" U ___ Mossy Head 8.") S 5:11 .".
I line parallel with sth avenue a distance of ':03" 8:33" ..De Fu\lalt Sprlng:1'1" sea
II i Full Courses in Languages! Sciences Enzlneerin. Law, Medicine Pharmacy Art. ninety Hevon Separate Departments. Sixteen Baildtngs. Extensive Libraries Laboratoriesi S dred and ten(III)1 feet to point ot glnntng 4:4.) I 8:111' ....Ponce d. LPOD-. 1II" 1:1'
man who owns his own home I Workshops.. Splendid Department tor Women the Newcomb College. on Silt avenue. Together with the tenements 6:00:' II IIla' .._WutTlIIe__ T:17 to 1\6 '
insures himself against lots of 'i henditamenu and appurtenances 6\JI'I" IIU' .. Caryvllle......... 7:12" J."'
Tulane makes leaders in all vocation Its facilities for instruction are unsurpassed 6.83" ..,,., to t1
thereunto belonging or apjl@rtalnlnlJ. 11:1) Confay ,,_ 6.50'1 I .
and Nobody can .
trouble worry. In the South. Eighty-six! instructors and Ii3: students last session Many scholarships I will make good and sufficient deed to 6:00" J.1"( _hlpIIY....._ U e '!1' 1' t. ..
raise! his rent and the rent day has iutheaademicdt'partmentoptato Louisiana boys. Expenses ot scholarship student the purchaser said property upon receipt 6SJ" 11(1'1' ....ConoDdale_ '.14" I:. 1120.
, no terrors for him. It's ea*y to own i 1 JlTofor session. Board and lodging in dormitories at low rates. Opportunities affordedacademic of the purchase money yrs) II I\r.i" ......Marlallna 41.J. ) 1.14
I f Thos. C. students for self-help. In Academic Colleges! no boy. If properly prepared ,. Terms cash; purchaser pay for tittles 7:10" 11-5 II ....Cyprlu 6J'j" 11.5 I,.III
now-a-days. .
home work will be turned from
for laaoiluy: to Next
a college away pay tuition. session begins W.C.MCLARD.: T:C) 1\:5 to _Grand Rldge_ 53i ll.i
I Watson Co. can tellyou how I 1 October at. Send for Catalogue. Special! Master; in Chancery. TM 125i6 noon .__ Hnea4t 1I:1t" l' :!JJ
t easy it is. Call ana saa them. I Address: R. K. BRt'FF,Secretary. I I jyioawtw 8l u1 A.rrinRITllt'U1Ct10\Lene 1:10) 19 If ..



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A Three-year.otd Prodigy the voters of each precinct shall vote

Although only three old for a member of the
years Mas executive commit.

ter Norman Dexter Weeden the Ron of tee from his precinct and the candidate -

Captain and Mrs. Frank Weeden of ult'S Pills for the executive committee receiving

the highest vote cast shall bea
837 Cedar street, says an Alameda
member of the executive committee
(Cal.) correspondent of the St. Louis until his
.I This popular remedy never falls to the successor shall be chosen In 1I!!
Post-Dispatch 1904.
reads the daily papers effectually cure year

I regularly ally spells instantly and gener- Dyspepsia, Constipation, Sick Those Qualifications and only those of Voters.persons shall

correctly any phonetic word that Headache, BiliousnessAnd be permitted to become candidates before
is put to him and
t remembers vividlyall ALL DISEASES arising from a I or to vote at or participate
that he sees and hears. He assists in the management of this primary for infants and Children.

a his brother Frank aged eIght In pre-1:i I Torpid Liver and Bad Digestion election who are white democratic electors -

I paring his lessons In 1 The natural result U good appetite duly registered for the election itoria is a harmless Milxtttute for Ca.tor OH, Paregoric .

: io :arithmetic geography -' and solid flesh. Dose small elegant. i in the year 1900 or on the 12,13 and Drops and Soothhijr Sjrups. It is Pleasant. It
and spelling! but does not go to ly sugar coated and easy to swallow. 14th days of 1902 contains neither Opium fiLrphino nor other Narcotic
June who declare
school himself because he is too small Take No Substitute. their adherence to the principles, and ssnb..tance. It (c1f'stro'.ofms and allays Feveri.hness.
It cures Diarrliu-u and Wind Colic. It reliefs TeeUiiii .
Baby Norman's
powers comprehension / of the democratic party
Troubles and cures Constipation. It regulates the
and retention are marvelous in ; national, state and county who if Stomach and Uowels tfivinjr and natural .
they voted healthy lccp. E./ .
at the
.f' Cf liquid for governing ort one BO young. Nothing it seems, esCapes -THE PRIMARY I held next regular election The Children's l.auacca-Tlte Mother's Friend.
preceding such primary
i fl-HV of women's menses his notice. lIe Is J
always asking
lunar election then voted the demo- The Kind You Have
.n e in every II Always Bough'Bears
the why and wherefore of everything I j I cratic ticket, national state and

BRADFIELD'SFemale | that comes within the !3Ee..2!! his ELECTION CALL county who are by the laws the Signature of : i
i senses. He talked and Spelled before of the state lawful electors of

Regulator II hem, en} >umPI' 1 nark, wblch was the election district in whicE they j'I

I when he re.-ichedhiSfcecon3"bTrthd"a7. I -- offer to \"ote. who have paid their poll sI I !

..' il quality of powerful herbs. Little Norman has received I taxes legally dua not less than ten ; .
no special j
itMteil essence best adapted instructions In an educational way. On I j|Ii A primary election of the democratic ; days before such primary election is 9f !

ildicate organism and put in the party will be held In Escambia county, held and who shall, when challenged .
contrary, parents have sought j
I'.t it is always properly'- i I Florida on the 15th day of July, A. D. by any elector pledge In writing upon
.,.1 taken into the system.appre to discourage; : the precocity of their j il902 oath before an inspector, his honor to In Use For Over 30 Years.
I child for fear that he might overtax for the purpose of nominating abide by and support the result of such ;
!>sionpainfulorother .
his mental faculties.Since [ candidates for the following offices; Mr Ct. .V. C0Y "t 1.V..1.tft1. stir.0. COT' _
'-I tl.e menses and sickly flow I I primary and vote for the nominees .
.) and cured by the regular the infant prodigy was able to j( One United States Senator. therefor. -- ------ ---- = =-

;error emmena o rue. ,, Fit alone his constant playthings have One Representative in Congress, 3rd The inspectors to conduct this election I

a, or jieriodic flows, neces- been alphabetical blocks. With those District. will be selected by the commit \ REMOVAL NOTICE. ,;

tng down of cells lining the ,: he is incessantly making combinations I One Justice of the Supreme Court tee at a meeting to be held at the VAwarded lO.f.OO frs. 1 -
at Tariff
' and a reconstruction .' One Secretary of State. office of Judge T. R. McCullagh, at
i of words he has seen. Given but aglance
knees which is scconipa- j j One Comptroller. 7:30 p. m.. June 24, 1902. This com / Dr. G. H. Tuttle,
at the headings in a paper I la1 1
'k1.1 congestion and loss of I Two Railroad Commissioners. I mittee will meet at Judge McCul-

!: lilies are wry alt to pro- j i l-y Norman will invariably with hit ,,''One State Senator 2nd District. lagh's office at 8 o'clock, Saturday Dr. J. G. Heard, i

i itarrh. J.t-uoorrhea or ,j I Mocks set them up without an error Two Members of the House of Rep. I night, July 19, 1902, for the pvirpose of 8UINALAROCHEWINE I

rr'11itof these -disKrgulator ,,, lie hats a hobby of observing the names I'j resentatives. canvassing! the vote and announcingthe I DENTISTS.

cures these troubles :' on ilclixiry wauoim, i-toro windows and j One Tax Assessor. result of said election, and the inspectors '
health the I II Kooins 7 and !), Minnic TdnpleAH .
jn-rfi-ct patient billboard: ins:: und rarely hakes a iui.s- One Tax Collector. will have then and there the CORDIAL

l' !'.debilitating: los t's. I I i I take\ in ''jflling them entire, even One County Treasurer. returns of said election; if they have, Hi hestrccommenddionslar of Poorness branches et surgicnl. Operative and
; t- }i <*> bottle. ourt ile('hantealliratinlryparforntrdMtthtechFifi'y -
IHT I i'I though he has noticed! them but unce. j Five County Commissioners. not been already forwarded to the of Blood, Stomach troubles and General Uc local kklll.thenervcsandtuildsuptheentiresyatemc .
<'ft.l book maile t Special 1It1"0tIOD jInn to Children'sTcrth.i.old
.1 Heath for Women. I|! ." I'a"inatiun' and other of Public Instruction.One B. PARKHILL, and I'ureelHin Killings, down

ICLD REGULATOR CO.. Atlanta. 61. I II i! of !similar Icneth, the tiny mental won '' Justice of the Peace for District DAN :ML'RPIIY Chairman. S3 roe 1'rouotPARIS and Bridge Work

I i i No. One. Secretary. llvtt Material f cniprtcnt o'IUII'1I11: ot.Tf'h'Ihnllf' .
- j *!vr 'ie'r hesitates, but spells them i| F:. I'OuFera A ( o.
I'! j! One Constable for Districts Xos. 1,
quickly, apparently \,y sound tied; tin, :'' .lgeotw.1' Nil (1S.
1'.I..brRII'.t (;nnt, 3, 4,3 i}.
conseimi'.ly. When he INSPECTORS AND CLERKS.The
SOCUIPS a paper i .
: One Chairman of the County Exe-
1 j'j'_:. tlniitli,tl at Mile |
Italy Noiiunn pores over it from the cutive Committee.

t...ii .".IL the had 1'1'1'11'al i, ed.torial: to the lost and fuiind col'uulns. |\, One Secretary of the County Executive following named persons have
\\'"r.1.! sinewhiit cf
iiniiidiineina the moat diieut Committee. been appointed by the Democratic ANJAkMIDllThese WI
\ -. OIHV on the ilic<)v- ; words with an case that i is phenomenal :I One member of the county executive Executive Committee of Escambfa r GO.
'i iiiuhr I'ai'taln lie I is an adept in arithmetio. and the Committee: in and for Precincts Nos. county, to conduct the primary election tiny Capsules sresupcnort

.I the r.inli'avinir under feats he performs with limn.g evine one to twenty. inclusive. i.I of July 13:: 1902: in their respective [to Balsam /of CVpiiba. "

:-:." was admitted to I, no great effort on his part. >I The State Executive Committee has precincts, under the rules of the ICvbcU Injections: -Iinrorter and IValera (0IDw -
f .in pensioner of I I --- prescribed the rules and regulationsof ( State and County Democratic Executive 8(
They in 48 hours the
:' liy warrant: of the :: Poisoning the System. the primary for state officers, including Committees and the instructionsthat cure Chinese and Japanese
the State Senator and will be furnished them satoe j. ee. ,, "Ht1J"lt any iDl 'IJ.;
1 i .i'iy' but I..forehc I j jf I It is through the bowels that the mem- : .
: uf the honor she''' body is cleansed of impurities. Constipation bers of the House of Representatives Precinct No. 1.-G. C. Clifford Jno. <"i.-fit MI n 'I". M f OHUGGIST Fancy Goods,

and the County Executive Committee M. Rich. Sr., inspectors; R. L. Rob -
1 "II wrote a coiipli\ I keeps these poisons in the FINE CHINA TEAS
I at a meeting held in the office of erts clek.Precinct. ,
'. -' ...'i'\ l llI''d animal for system causing headache, dullness I ,
County Judge McCullagh on the 26th Xo. 2.-Frank Marx, Ash 31 South Palafox SL
I' \1'.d lir lutk.-Lonj j and melancholia at first, then unsightly -
eruptions and finally serious day of :May 1902; provided rules and I Cravey, inspectors; John Davenport. Every Woman I.aundryOtl1cl. Pensacola, Fla.
follows in accordancewith
regulations as clerk.
unless t
illness a remedy is applied.jlMVitt's 15tulerrettdandehouidknow, --- -
Little Early Hisers prevent the platform and regulations of I Precinct Xo. 3.-C. H. Boyett, W. J. fit about the wumtrrful NOTICK.
\\ h..1III........rn Fat I the State Executive Committee for the Wilkins, inspectors; C. H. Kupfrian, KURLhir ling Spray
this trouble the liver
.. uriuu* ihiiiL's hate i,. by stimulating nomination of candidates for Tax Assessor clerk. "(t, Tie new hJ....l*!rI.... Injrt. I have been authorized to take
]: and promote easy, healthy action of HIM"/1I1"ur'..... \\lrU-*-". forVm..
:' .' -lohIU.-I. ..( a shark I' the bowels. These little pills do not Tax Collector, County Treas Precinct Xo. 4.-S. P. Hendrix, Mark .-Mod (iivrii'nit subscriptions JenningsBryan's
-'.' ti an tNtnuinlinaryi a(violently, hut by strenctheningthe urer, County Commissioners, School Hurd, Jr., inspectors; John Langren 'fI' paper,
I :-. The is $1.00 in ad-
.kr.ardr.hlf..IL per year
i and us was d'bcuv- bowels enable them to perform Hoard and Members of the Executive clerk. If b.rannotanppytbe: 4 Those the
Committee: Precinct Xo. 5.-.\. J. Busbee W. B. M1a1F.L.avwptao vance. desiring paper
i t.t! -t niah of un al- their own work. Never gripe or dis- i. can have it cent to them by sendingf
The of the candidates for Weaver II. F. Frater NI..r.I''I""nd.tallllforn. \ q;;
names inspectors!
tress. Hareis' Pharmacy John Shep- hmntMMak.Iwltgires
;i : i ; : f 1.00 to the undersigned.
.. these different county offices and mem cleik. lull Partynlar.and'nrrrnaoIn.{ I
.. .ilntheSn- and Kahn.
-t. t- 1 pard Sidney vrluabemladleeM.IRI.41V/., H. M. RoniE.
.. bers of the Executive Committtee must Precinct Xo. C.-T. J. Davidson.C.,
feet in Care News.
'I\C Daily
Room Se Times Bldg., New York.
be printed upon the official ballot to be Hobbs, inspectors: ; 13.\1. Bonifay
: '
-T 'i .rld ilivovin !\o.MI'OtMtor*.
used in said primary election July 13.ISu :: clerk.
\ .n.r:11 bIr.h r.llllrimI Minusm: his
t : cousin ? anil blank lines will be left
no Precinct Xo. 7.-John Hammock J
.isiyir nail. andI front. tlf city! around the farm. on said ballots, and no voter will be W. Xorils, inspectois; Ed. CampLdl.clf'rk. THE GARDEN SECTIONIFensacola

t llllllk'-J, t'l Inl' Of HIT..'." sii-l hi>. Olio :11 father's lofts ,. allowed to vote for or write the nam' .

i r"!..' was attarlinLlu t.'e ain't lif :'un: u-iii* LPW jiota- of any candidate on the said ballot Precinct Xo. S.-Ceo. Gib'on. Bud o-O F'-o

l..? y..t.'t.. gut down ten acres in unless the name of the candidate be Prcctor, inspectors; Taylor Ciabtreo

l.ffrrl.< put..t"- this ulir." printed on said ballot. 'I clerk. Florida

1. JI W.IH Ilk.rolug from "r'I! ">ttt.t''' a"ked ChoUI \'. Each person desiring to have his I Precinct Xo. 9.-P. McXeill, A. J , the tire. 'I name printed on the primary election inspectors W. T. Dick clerk. ----
i You know put'iti.;:; up his ejt' ".\\\-no imtaii I Cowart ; ,
-' ,:Till my chronic rheu- ".s nn tliImhi..* jet. .'hV"I 'ballot as a candidate for the above j Precinct Xo. 10.-C. J. Ward 11. E-l- Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.
offices and executive committee 1 B. II. clerk.
". ..tat"l's dmft ::1'0Ol! bushes" r -- county ,, dings; inspectors; Bryars
I shall file with the chairman of this Precinct Xo. 11.E.. B. Lee. L
twhat's! th* mat.f.o'.II j I'lhsl : "11'edit'en Beautiful
iiutciiiptuiiusly. Lots
| i county executive committee on or before I Minims. inspectors; J. B. Stewart: for Sale.
| ; out of the ::::rt uud" 12 the 24th .
; the noon hour m., on clerk.
the bil.-P.alti.! i ",!roan i I. i'hV" niuarkiHl Cholly' day of June, A. D. 11)02.) : his notice of i Precinct Xo. 12.: -J. L. Srholls, J. O 40$137feet at from $75 to $200 each accord-

i again. (,Hiking; jiuzxliil. "New Style\candidacy and application in writing'Oliver, inspectors; E. D. Beggs, clerk. ,

-- l"l'ehapc, Aw"-with a bright Idea' to have his name so printed upon a i I Precinct Xo. 13.-J. r.. White, Sr. ing to location and surroundings.
I'm .h. '. DIITcrrnt. "perhaps : : furnished said chair- J. Emmett I -- -
new ix tatoes'M : blank to be by A..1. Fisher inspectors;

!' !I. ,IMM-K "I married her man, accompanied with a sum of I Wolfe cleik. Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View,

it her the most even "I am using a box of Chamberlain's money, assessed by the committee as I Precinct Xo. 14.-Jos. I. Johnson High, Dry Fertile Lands.

1 .1 I h1I1I'r nii-t. '' follows: I Dave KiiQleman, inspectors; R. C.
Stomach !
anal Liver Tablets and find
i Know that site 1,n't" Each Candidate for Tax Collector 'Caldwell clerk.
them the .llf'st thins for stomach The
t ".,;ndl '. Shf'a veryi .I ever used," says T. Robinson .$100.00 I Precinct Xo. 13.: -M. P. Palmer, grandest opportunity for investment ever

i always rand about Justico of the Peace, Loomis, Mith. Each Candidate for Tax Asses Mansfield Moreno inspectors; F. M cffered in Pensacola.
sor 3.00::; Whiting, del k.
1 tholie St.iiul.inl and These tablets not only correct disorders ----
Candidate for County Precinct Xo. 16.-J. G. Howard. C.
of the stomach but regulatethe Each Home Seekers Should See These Lots.
liver and bowels. They are easyto Treasurer 3.00: Flowers inspectors; J. W. King. -- -- -- -

.1.11lon, Days. lake and pleasant in effect. Price Each Candidate for County com clerk.
missioner 10.00 Precinct Xo. 17.-K. A. Kuhen J. A. A. V.ClubbsCorner
:2.: cents per hfFor sale by all
here and the < hilaing Each Candidate for School Hendrlx. inspectors; J. L. Hojt cleik. .
druggists and medicine dealers.
:I out of doors. ;, Board 10.00Each Precinct Xo. IS,-John C.ibson. H T.

'.'i healthier place for Candidate Justice of Peace 5.00', Enteikin, inspectors; J. M. Harrison, Garden and Alcaniz Streets.
: (
MYERS Candidate for Constable. 5.00 : clerk.
'lily to guard!: against DODGES AN Each
.,!,'ntal to most Candidate for members of the Executive Precinct Xo. 19.-\\'. H. Trimmer S.
ojuniiily (1'. o. BRENT WM II KNOWLKH, W, K. HYKE. JK., J. H, KKEBE.President. .
F. M.
to Wood
equals De\\'ltt',; IMPORTANT LABOR MEASUREHouse Committee are not required Terry, Jr., inspectors; .
Vlclj-Prt &ldtnt.
Ais't Caibler,
; clerk.
fur 'iniikly stop- pay any assessment. j
.'tng Bang 'r of st-ri- As soon after June 24 as possible a 1 Precinct Xo. 20.! -O. W. McCurdy.

Fur eels, scalds Bill No. 162, A Bill to be list of all candidates for above-named :'|Daniel' Bowman inspectors; F. M

.-'il 1),\\'itt'sViteh entitled "An Act for the protection of positions will be printed in the news-I i 1 Mayo, clerk. First National BankOF

ores, cuts and ,i iH to papers; and the chairman of the committee I I 1 I C. B. PARKHILL.
Johnson Swift, discharged employees and prevent will give a receipt for each i, DAX MURPHY, Chairman.

1.> st rnn
n.. for piles,; and On the passage of the bill in the senate after the 24th day of June any person I't j'I PENSACOLA. FLA.

I j'- ware of Mr. Myers did not vote. (Senate claims that his name has been left''POLLING BOOTHS

John ShepI Journal off of the list of candidates published i i FOR THE PRIMARY. I IItEOT01itBlWM. :
I....thn.FAVORS ;t ) 22june2t his claim will be rejected unless he'I _
holds a receipt for same trom the I Following are the polling booth designated -

Mw.. Medical Society, l\r ntlon. chairman.If for the primary of July 15: D. G. BRENT,
\ FATPCKINGS a larger number of candidates :!1: School house.
Precinct! 1-Xix.
There will be a regular meeting! of

.he Pensacola Medical society at shall be announced than were contemplated i i Pr..cindKupfrian.! Kupfrian I rriii! ad muU E3 At I It'itIrWe
FROM LOBBY he Board of Health: offce at when the above assessment was Park. I Aant u au Soli
made the committee can, if they see ,. Precinct 3-Windsor, School housePrecinct ,
S and .
'clock p.m. Tuesday. July ::! ,
fit to do so, cut down the said assess- I 1 4-Ferry Pass Robots'(01d >
cordialrt'itfd !
Visiting physicians are \
N 172: To be entitled ment. The voters of the entire county Place. j
will the above named hausr ', draw our own Bills cf Exchange on Great Britain Ireland&
vote on coun-I Precinct! .IVaulah.. School
fine lobbying and to President officers. including the chairman and I I I Precinct Powelton.. Cantonment i Germany, France, Austria Italy, Holland, rain Belglcm RussIa, Kci

"'casure of punishment OK. I.. 1)EM. BI.OCKKK.iiiottf ;: secretary of the executive committee Precinct 7-Pine Barren Beef Mar way Sweden. Denmark and other European connotes.'Vessels .
'cted of the same.1 the justice of the peace and
Secretary. i except ket. I -- -- --------
stage the vote was: constables and the candidates for a : Preeinrt 8.-Crabtroe, J"nnin !':'s &f Disbursed upon the MOet Favorable Terms and theli

county office who shall receive a majority I 1 I store, railroad. i ObliKRtione Taken Payable at Port of estiratlon Ten or Fifteen Day

Borden Bryant Coulter, of all the votes cast for that I i I Precinct 9.-Bluff Springs the usual after Vessel Arrives here.

e. Pirrong Rogers, The Beer office shall be declared the nominee 1',i place. '

Wolfe and Yancy-13. of the democratic party for that office. i i.I Precinct 10-Wardt Holland. Ward "Safaty Deposit BOxeR for Rent in Connection

-. Bristol, Brett Calinson In the event a candidate does not receive -' blacksmith shop. with which wehaira A Prlra Apartment for the U.e

That MadeE a majority of the votes cast, another 1 i Precinct 11-Walnut Hill school of Ron tf\rl.
Kirk, MYERS,
primary election will be held on house.
Sm.Ui. of 31st, Summers the 12th day August.. 1S02: to choose Precinct 12: -City, Intendmcia and -

-t 1. (Senate Journal.) ANNRtISSR I r A&MU U UI between The highest voters the vote two of in the candidates the county July receivingthe at primary.large :.1: fox.Alcaniz.Precinct 13-City,- Garden and Pala- L WE WILL' FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE!

.S Keeps It Handy. shall vote for the chairman and sec- I Precinct H-Pat McIIucb's storr Ro- ; Wrtnu tnday far oar bentr -
of the executive committee and ... 1Luwrat.d-.takue BF.tnTilt. 1. :Tnlaz.11II'e \.
*. retary mana and Palafox. .
red a ion; time what '''anl.tul.pre f''A' ":r ".t, ." sod
i! Precinct !;-Maloney's store Intender.cia sauna we viva. tut fc-.tu." c. ", "eM I., .
;i'.nii'anil gtntrataartly 00'"'.'-L w .vnha.i', an .in..'( atr.rprrtuwrof -
VICTORIA Bronchitis For Twenty Years. ][ and DeVilliers I a b-.t of | ""i' f 11' uue F"UN.ell' .
I or hdti. nt I'frtunic
to indiesiwldiiu tier
|I Precinct 16-Pineville, the usual ..(-f xmircif tlrLanlrsl.aPrrmamrtalheauLN
sc :; Verona, Mrs. Minerva Smith of Danville : .
tat anrwl.ILIIaMwar
act I pot her to try''' MADE BY ACME BREWING CO. 111.! writes: "I had bronchitis for |1 place.Precinct 17-Drent's, Spoon's black rlat.audotiwrteauhul.",...."ark: ..,r..nt..... I:......,In.i g*....... u.&e .

\ '...ttt.t at once and twenty years and never got relief until the...,-",rrtm rlr trJ 7l4 bo'l..of F":.
BEST 10-CK.NT HOTII-K HFKli and Tar. smith shop. we tin! a 60-IMnv,.... ..,-.A a
f seventy-six<, eats I used Foley's Honey Precinct IS-McDavid, the usual toy.ttxit a t.aunfu',7a lf -" ,. s.l
ts. remarking that IS TOWN.DANNHEI8SER. which is a sure cure." Sold by W. A. | .. .ltr.rxl.full$1ZPloftu.. :'I, .; E
place. & nerW. \\I.a..y" ',,''J 'w1 I "er.. '
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fleets as she has D'.Mcmberte. 121:! South Palafox street. I ira mtmnet |>n .t. ml '
: BROS Precinct 19-Molino.Ward's! store. Is'errUtI.I9vln.'A
oL gAuyao.utr urrwr. .rya; I ,
banll} ." IVi not I', Precinct :!Flomaton, Century. )1... V.Lt' BEAWveil Forks t.nvirwuiVnnial -. ... .. .11 Sla. ','r.,. '
No.1..' '''''LU. 6u.;,.. ItMrnitir-*. I '. II. ,.', .
symptom ANKNTS want a nice "' to give I, f't nrrii 4 to-is )1. ..; trued w. aJuw ben. .
If you present r.n are a Y"fY a -
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xonr stffHaeli is 1' :1" Iasi amr" \\ nor. sot It m in. wrtrud, S -'Y'' .J. .
1 I I. B2rpr raitiMain ( .0\ friend, ;so und look through the Cut this out and! take it to any ..cb..p.. fn fcrfow Wi" ...d..fJ\.*r..r !
e.: .1 I. Ko.loli elegant: line of sir. nuthonsir mandW.n. .. Mr,. AGNEs lIITCUliOS.' mo y l' luv lAyiug... O..& "Wo,.
House- Ol S. PUafox =tr vet 1. I. Stephens, you surely can find ')ox of Chamberlain's Stomach anJ

foci It R. R. Exchanare-Opp. Union DepotP. j-imethin? to fl-ae you. If you Liver Ta' lets. The best physic They SALVONA SOAP CO., [or. 12th S PInE Sts. ST LOUIS MO.
ls' Phar-
ai art I; Sydney O Box 21.! Pen acola, F.a rant anything in the Diamond fine also correct disorders of the stomach. >I I' 'e. ',: .-
i Phone* 116 2e8. I IB sure to SPO him you buy I Price 25 cents. i I
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PRECINCT I :ICoprrllht. Weathert
[ ISO! by the B. S. McClure ;
corarsap.l"Mary : JUST *

F MUSOOCEEI I don't like it," said Farmer > r' i: .

i.. Johnson as he and his wife sat at the .Specials.

front door of a summer evening, "and .

If we don't put our foot right down it' :

PROVIOEDFOR 1, JTHE COUNTY : will probably tad In her running away' ., tONE
(COMMISSIONERS LAST ; and disgracing us. Something has got .. i e
to be done."

, HICHT. "Yes Abraham. i' THE BIG STORE

Things would not Lave appeared eo : Of the Many Attractions This Week at The People's Shoe Store

dreadful to an outsider. The Johnsonswere ,I
The regular monthly meeting ol well to do people with one child AR lSA .

the county commissioner was: held I now an attracts girl of twenty. Three Suiting. i Urr r'tUVUuVU1UVUUr;.

lhnl ht with Chairman John 0. young farmers who asked for her hand For MEN SUITS...... .

Welsh I presiding and all the mem :, had Her been mother kindly had begun but firmly to wonder refused.If For For LADIES'SUITSLinen BOY tI:5.-:........ ..E;;; 111 i I; to t Hoe yard I';. e 1.50 :-;:

bUt present. : Nellie was not o\erparticular, when .

The minutes of last regular; and the right man appeared. He was Paul : White Madras. .
For a Ladies All-Oter Seanile ., Patent
sprchlmeetingawere approved and : Harper a young civil engineer whose COLORED MADRAS... ...... ... -, I Q" 1
bill the finince com health had failed. lie had been packed For GE T8' I'5HIRT8...... ...... IJ/ TAOp | : Corona SA>"I>AL, Buckle and Row, ----0-

approved by off Into the country to recuperate lit For BOYS' WAISTS. .... .... .... :.. farWhite v e j* French Heel. j* .<
mittee were orJered paid. i was honest enough to admit that his .

Applications for license to sell liquor : fortune did not go beyond a few hundred Goods. JiI'JJ lvl J lvlJ!1Ivl J IlvlvJJlII.l
dollars and that his future was ) } :
were filed by a number of fsa-: LACE STRIPES...... ...... ...... : '
hon and it was ordered that: by no :means assured. which'was MERCERIZED STRIPES. ... .. 4.''yFANCY .\ \ |a _
keepers He secured board at Taylor's, .REVERINOS...... .... ID iUU JulU ;
they tike the regular coarse. only a quarter of a raile from ;
Johnson's. It followed that he was mited 25 Dozen Boys' Waists, Good Percale, Fast: Colors..... .. .25c each MEYER SHOE CO.
Upon the application: of voters at ,
j \' to call, and the two young people 25 Rolls New China Mattings, Heavy Goods.. ....25 to Sic yard laid : : !
Mu coee it was ordered that:>: new fell ia love with each other. Paul Lad ,

v 'ting precinct be formed, to be not asked Mr. Johnson for Nellie's !} Also Plain White China liattin;. Feet FuruMiers for Cash Onl!.
hand but the mother tad seen tow
.. ka'jnas* N'o. 21. by..diyiiia__ ; :So. 6 thins were !going and reported to her Three Pieces Velvet Cupet-will Close Out at..... .... .65c yard 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.

t. into twojpreciuots by a line Jrunning. husband. They Lad said a few words :,i Plain Shade...... ...25c each. Dodo Shades... .. ...33c each. '
N north and south: the wet sUe to to the dau::httr: as a precautionarymeasure !
blushed and OakorCherry: Poles. ......15c each.
aid while! the P. S.-Something Extra for SATURDAY Or: V.
f,rm the new precinct, with the vot
showed co-fusion she "sassed back"ia
: Odd; Pair of Lace Curtains Cheap.
t' iLg place at Ma=coge-, the elt Calf a w ay to surprise them. Their first Cable Screw SHOES, 90; PAIR

to remain No. d, with voting place move was to treat Harper with coldne -
F >!, but it did not keep him away.
at Cantonment as hereof}re,_ Civil i ii of becoming
Had Paul asked; the privilege
Engineer Freeman to be employed their son-in-law he would: Lave YOURS TO PLEAsE, 1

to esubli-h the lines of the new-pre- been sent packing. The fact that Le ; IirV1VVIV1V1uv1irr
didn't ask and the fact that Nellie P ?
cinct.Supervisor. I "sassed back" started a train of i
Jtlilliant Iolju0on & Sou.
T. :;. Adams wa-, given I thought that ended in the belief that an : L

63 elopement was on the tapis. They I i:
authority to purchase registrationbooks i a c:
must keep their eyes open and be prepared 'ff
for the electiu.Band ------ ----------------- ----- ---- -------- -- --
general: ---g
for any sudden emergency.It - -'-- ---
r of T. N. Adams supervisor was a week before the sudder .
emergency bobbed up. Nellie! had appeared i
o! registration was approved. nervous and absentminded 11.1! HE MET HIS MATCH 1: ONE OF MYERS' VOTES

Petition that a road closed by J. B.Brkuin the afternoon. She had overhauled bet $ BARGAINSc

running a wire fence :across wardrobe. She Lad started to write s The qalre Cot a Done of III* Own i ACAINST WORKINCMEN : ;
4 letter and given It She Lad Disagreeable Medicine.
or two up.
I it be opened was referred to Com- roamed up and down stairs and walked Men as a rule are more indifferentand I House Bill No. 225. A bill to be en.

rci-!loner Shelby. fly : outdoors. The young engineer! had not communicative concerning the inroads II ti tied "An Act requiring employersto

Tax Collector D'Alemberte! reported shown up as usual and this! was looked of age than women are, but the give cause of discharge in writing d(1.

'.'75 poll taxes collected in June. upon with suspicion. After supper tears most amiable woman can generallyfind 'to agents or employes when discharged ...." J
were seen ia Nellie's eyes, and as ShE a pertinent remark to make when 'I if requested to do so." Mr. Myers 1
M. L. Hirtley, J. B. Stewart and walked in the orchard the wife said tc
approached impertinently on this; sacred : voted against this bill and it was
Lee Minis were appointed a committee her husband: theme. "Old Jones doesn't =
Squire killed in the senate. :1
"Abraham, it's tonight""What DAY :
e r to tayjout :road Brushy ?" Le asked. speak to me now," sad a gentle! faced (Senate Journal 1901, page 1369.) EVERY

Creek to the lenaCI:1lnj: Atmore "The elopement." silver Laired lady, "and I dou't blame! 11(
Lira.: lie has excellent reasons for not ;>
"You don't mean It, Mary.
road provided the work of opening IlL ,
I waLting any conversation with tue.etral .
"Yes, I do. Nellie's teen preparing
, : fie: jaJ be done without cost to the for it all the afternoon and she meansto > months ago I was sluing in EXECUTIVE << :

a 'runty.I slp out of the house as soon as we our carnage near the city library .:

Cnmmi ioner| IJrewton;was an- are abed and go off with him. I've waiting fur Helen when I saw the old COMMUTE MEETING
been watching Ler like a cat, and ShE sluire drive up near me.: lie always -
tti jmwi to buy a plow to be used on mother. Las: s-oiLttlilnc unpleasant to about
can't fool her : say
the l.ard road.X. ",\nd what shall we do?" i Low old we are all getting and wLat :
"Leave that to me. You just act as I! wrecks we ell arc so I KetemUxl not At the request of a majority of the
(i jlJring was graa'.ejjpprmit; to IlL
' nothing! was going on, and I'll give to ee him. He came nearer however members of the Democratic Executive -

2 carry a revolver, but not concealed. you my word to stop any elopement and accosted me. committee, and in the absenceof :

It was ordered that road foremen and cure that !girl of her foolishness." 'l:a't that you, Mrs. Brown? How the chairman from the county a

At bedtime: I'aul Harper was stil! d'jou do Mrs. Brown?" meeting said committee is hereby
b" paid 73; cents a day hereafter for
I m!"sine! and Neille sat under the cher "I turned around and greeted him. called to meet at the office of H.z
u T. R. McCnllagh in the court hcujf
1 cents a day as at started for the barn to make all fast ':>1) goodness, Mrs. Brown,' the annex at S o'clock p. m., tauriiy E: ., -:RACKET: STORE. I
for the night! the mother asked tie gir bluff old fellow went on, 'how .you
The board then urnd. 1':. Business .
of _
aJj ) July importance w
to co with her to the springhouse tc have broke! 1 never won'd! have known
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strain the e\t'nin's milk. But few fuu.' be transaeted. :

ALL WHO I'A1-JM17KK.3, in wurds were exchanged between them 'Why. Squire: Jones,' said I, 'I was I DAN MTRPHY.

'Iuln< tii-al catarrh will get the As they finished! their work the mother just poiri to say the same thing to Sec. Co. Ex. C* :_

best re-ult from Ely' Liquid' Cream swiftly paned outdoors, slammed: ant! you. I never did see a man age as fast I"

Hilui. l'rice.iucludmpraying i ektd the door ehind her and the a* you La\e. What on earth Las made For O\fr Miry War
would l>e eloper was a prisoner. The fail : ? I would t v \) Vi VV) w v
so rapidly
tab*. 7ct: *. > ld (by IJru;; iits or you MRS. Uiw'4 SOOTHING >\tr p ale / l r : 1 ti'r
jailer Lad hardly reached the house, have known you' I been used for over ",U9 .*.r'bT mt ta! willed by Kly Uroi., o>> Warr u $t.. mothers for their children 'hlllt"t::,=c !
the ia her Land and a grin
with key "The old : shrank down in
i-oor s New i with perfect succesi. It soothes the cb'.iisoftens Thos. C. Watson & Co., f '
York.New smile on her face when Abraham came his buy seat and witt': lIe looked the gums.allayt pamcures vs9 1
Orleans, rtpt.. 1, IsKM. colic and Is the best remedy tor lusrrhor the ie.idiac Real EstateAteutstakeall ;
In from the barn. lIe was chuckling baif his usual size! and older -
Me,* bottles your Lnin Cream llilmt and rubbing his Lands together."I've and drove 0:: without saying anything mediately. Mold by Druggists in every part owners of property, manage: the Ifirs
a cuti>m<>r. \Vui. mbrton. HIS locked Nell up iu the spring: : further. It was wicked really I of He tbe 51lre ask Twentr-flve for"Mrs. Winaluw't cents a Booib-bottle. renting of their house and the collection .r' I
Dr'lactiii-t-: ., NewOriiMnbe; has gnu f," ad! the mother as she bung to deal the r-oor man such a blow, but I log Byrnp"and take no other kind of their rents as conscientiously iir A

u"wl the two b bottle: Riving him up the key "and hhe'll stay right! then if elderly! gcLtlemen! want to receiveconpliu I -- as they would themselves.Their A
won Jerful aiid mo-t sttifacti>ry re till mornln ." ,cta," the s\er! Laired lady charges are very reasonable A

-. HEM.V.. Mi-Dt-FK "And l'\p done something! Just as laughingly ooncludf-d. 'iLey mint go I <
Pharmacist.sult : cute" chuckled the: father. "Just as I about tLt'm.-lnJianapo- ::- A
d.ttributing I
shut up the barn alone come that feller lip News. Hotel Camden :Jill ..
across lots, and Le wa ;coins on to tell : :
use that Le eu...-."l I hid have to co In HI* loath 1 LllHXL.B.L: : \, I. \
Lark, to town 11"XtH'ek, when I craft ::JIll 1

THE HOUSE brut him and >.L'I\,.,j him into the outdoor V)' Is Now Open to the Public, ::- iii
cellar and ln-kiil the doer on Lira. A .:.

IIi won't rim off with our pal tonight V'QOf I under the management of : ...

Li- won't': DAILY MENUS :
Mis* Athtr YuP, <:jresidin |itthe "Al>raLam. you are mighty cute." '7* J,\
corner of Wrl;r.! anJJSjiriu.treet i ., ".\nd so are jou" Comprise all the Up-to- :
They didn't po to Led at once. They fioo r-
Date Dishes
became of the of ; the Mara'
aware a
presence of Pensacola Florida.
sat up for nil hour to Hoe if the prisoners r ,
kets of the World
n ;gro burglar; in h*r *IJome at 3 wouldn't raise an alarm and beg to eAI.! 0 A
be rrli-a-t.-d. No alarm was raised, and RATES REASONABLE, Afford.
# 'c1l>ck thim)rniu;: auJ in .\tteU1t't.t J
concluding that they were ashamed and AA
( >
-fl By the Day, Week or Month. -
: to amuse her brot.ier' :and gentlemen sulkinz. the old folks finally retired. ..

boarderfrightened the African ExuU'iiient kept them awake for -i Table Furnished with the Best the Ladies' Private :

and he ,rot :away. IfiBI ; aw hilf lunar, but sleep Lad held them Market Afford*.
fast fur three or four hours when the 45t9 1 I :'
The nun, :it IK i : "ui' "HeJined wife t-u' >!.l*>nly sat ul' in bed and almost A SatPU.AO FFtCT+Vt PRPA..TIO.T.AT Public Patronage Solicited.Free Dining Parlor.<

entrance; to the se>onJ storybed-: shouted r CAN&USED WihOUT COOKING Sample Rooms. ..
"Abraham Johnm, pet out of ld as \ J Me eMS epu. 4rarrS.S AT5 i.7 cmiiit1VJ1irA A
roams bycalin: a support at :the icsTRAt51WAPDfAiA rF AfM
quick a> ever you can" ..j''''';. I If Sunday Rates Made to Traveling
fr- gallery t'nterio.throu; ?h a "W.\\hats the matter. Mary?" Lc .."\.e -' \:' \ .....v t l Men. Regular Dinner Daily. 9
(.. ':...... 1 .
1 tt.
win low of a young l.l jy's room.? = asked as Le opened his eyes. n () -
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is that two of \yrd) k. : A
"The matter we are :
Nothing wa nken,]iuJ Jit is tie "V.- Short Order
0' l S I EXCURSION. I II Promptly A
the Mpncst fools In America! Get .5', GRAND
that hejhad :just been in the ) . Filled
opinion your duds oa wIthout loslnK a minute: ../ Night or Diy

lIout@:1 few'momentsjwhen discov "But \\hat Is it?" he asked as he got "Did your first cigar make you sick?" I '"

jut of Led."I "Gee. kid It's so long I've dune I Aa
ered. MM* Yuitr.i: sw: hlmin the ago 1 I If lt' fcomethlng] n E.> ...
lo.'kt..1ell In the springhouse, "
I up forgot. -New York Journal.Not you wIsh,you'll fiul a at
:'ullway. and ulJj'jeJible. to identify didn't IV The Best Laundry Starch \ :

him. "Yesyou saM you did: and I don't Milk. on the Market. I I Nick Apostle's :'

believe she can bust her way out." Tile milk wagon was upset
This is the third:attempt which "And you locked that young feller The lad who was in charge stood by NO BOILING NECESSARY.The To Mobile and New Orleans! Monday Popular Restaurant. "
has been made to this : July 14tn, leaving Union Depot
] burglarize up In the outdoor cellar1. : the roadside weeping bitterly. ,

residence, eachfltiine thefmarauderhaving ; I "I did. aDd he's as safe as a rat In a "Tut tut little boy," said a sympathetic only Starch Manufac Monday morning at 11:30 o'clock
Fare for round ToIoblle
: trap. Now what's all this fuss about?" stranger. "there Is no use In cryIng sharp. trip: :IJJ IJIIIJII11\\ ..
been discovered.: Thejothcr: tured in the South $1,500 New Orleans! f 4.00. ..
\VLy, you silly old thing! Don't you over spilt milk!" From Cantonment and Century sameas ]f"1!.jlli vI rUV\J"

visits were made at 12:30 a.: m. and i remember that there's a passageway "I'm not, mister" answered the honest Help Build up a Pensacola. A special rate will be

3 a. m. on different days of last I between the springhouse and cellar youth between sobs. "I guess you I' made from Milton to Pensacola to I will repair your watches 4f f
: and cant you understand why there don't know much about this business, SOUTHERN INDUSTRY.Lay connect with this excursion. Returning Jewelry in ftr3-cl&aa style. J,
week. I wasn't no shouting and pounding to If you think tLat"-BaUmore Ameri: leave New Orleans Wednesday Stephens.
: get out!" morning at 11:30 o'clock and

Two Bottles Cured Him. "Lord bless me!! gasped Abraham can.Ball -. Mobile Wednesday afternoon at I !.
i o'clock. Coffee and refreshments 1 n 1
as Le led the down stairs and out Bearing, keen cut. Save
"I was troubled with kidney complaint way will be served on train returning 'loney your
I of the house.I Lawn Mowers at the fun
for about two years. writes A. ting Purchase tickets at ticket office.
I Paul Harper returned to the city the the dust. You can buy Quinn"sGreat
H. Davis, of Mt. Sterling Ia., but two Willis Hardware Go's- For farther information apply to ture at Marston $
i r I next week, but Nellie had her engagement ROBT. KING or Empo-
hose at the Willis
,g bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure effected ring first ICE-COLD WATERMELONS: AT garden P. THOMAS, Furniture

t l a D'Altnberte,121 permanent cure.South" Sold Palafox by w.street.A.J HENRIETTA DAVIDSON. THE GARFIELD ICE CD'S. Hardware Co. I Excursion Managers. rium.

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