The daily news
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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: May 9, 1902
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889.
General Note: Description based on: Mar. 5, 1889.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Related Items: Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola evening news

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Fifty-Seventh Annual Con Details of Late Disaster In j .I :

vention In Session.W. Western Guatemala. I - I J

I Hie:: President Urgued to Grant a I J. NORTHEN OPENS MEETING C3.COO PEOPLE._ ARE HOMELESS ,)I Operations in Smelter Works at ; :i > Ii :

This Is the Largest Organized Bodyof Quesaltenango, the Second City of the '
General Amnesty. Helena Will be Resumed. I '

Baptists In the World Embracing Republic, Suffered by Far the MOSt. !]

19,558 Churches In States East of Fully 200 Bodies Were Taken From i! I I t
Mississippi and South of Ohio Rivers Ruins at That Place. f
.special to The! Ew 9.ct. I

V.! iV. 8-I'r*'ideut'I':I PAUL FORDMURDERED Ashevi'.lc.! X. C.. May 8.-The forty- Guatemala:! City: Republic\ of Guatemala I ; \l'-.n:.Mr- 1>.-.\ Hrna! Mont: i FUNERAL OF 1
II i I veiith session fifty-setenth year) of Correspondence oil I ,j
.. urged to .rout: a''' thf southern April .sj'ci.-I j 71! I''S5t.it-h I n.ss- I
Haptibt convention began
I the Associated Press.!: -For nearly a I !t i iarneil! up: in excellent! author, : I

t" all ..YuteraauI BYMOTHER I, here to.lay. The attendance is large. week earthquakes have been tumbline 't.;. tl! ir a? a result: i If a c'unfMrene'l I: ARCHBISHOPCORRIGAN ,
The first session was called to order
I down cities and villages on the western
: : t right! betwp C. W. WhiU"y.1
i .!hs: <>u the d.ty the .
by lion \V. J. Northen. of Atlanta
slope: of the :Sierras: in this republic. '
rnh.: -! : n mvag of the AmE'fI'l
I II president of the last convention. 1 I
installed .
ruuient I II
II I ar. ; :','!:1; il.:; and refining: company; !
I This convention is the largest or- IS the .
On the night of April at capital
timthl that Lubanii ':: men fo\! >-i nor lia'Is.r. a heavyatovkholder
II 1 aniz"d body of Baptists in the world.It a blinding flash of lightning followed -.I thereof; Phil Bowden of I .

of i ; r"intn nt positions! -- embraces 19.55S churches In the thunderstorm and torrentsof ,
by a I (IVnT.. r"sentativp of the Washington
Special to The New s, i :
.'.'Ull'"tVun'leut SHOT DOWN IN HIS OWN HOME- states east of the Mississippi river rain, all in the space of a few minutes !Federation of Labor, and a local -
and south of the Ohio; also in Mary caused the people in the streets member of the strikers' committee New York, May 9 -The ceremonies I I :
.v.itJ the t heritage; oft land, the District of Columbia, Mis-
MURDERER COMMITS SUICIDE to rush for shelter. In an instant the former two telegraphed; the attending the funeral of Archbishop f :

with which thee sourl Arkansas Indian Territory, Gkj however the earthquake was!' upon officials! of the smelter: trust in New Corrigan began at !9HOo'clockthis : I .
j lahoma, Texas Mexico and Cuba. The
I II into the
them. Rushing frantically
|I York recommending that the terms of fI f\\..
I threatened I I' convention is not a legislative but an darkness and through" flooded streets, the strikers be accepted. morning with a procession of I '

: it the president j 6 I advisory body. Under the denominational anywhere away from the straining These terms are simply far the recognition I ecclesiastics, the largest ever seen in I f' ;

rtp.>r.i: [0lee "n. ; teachings of the church the rafters and crackling ....walls ran the I this t I/;"
-. taken with the ideas of labor unions formed city. /
convention does make laws for Its
New York, May 9.-0 death theentrauement not muiviude, crying praying and a few I among the G"0 employes of the Helena Cardinal Gibbons led the slow, (
s :..,t harmonize with I ) constituency. The delegates! meet for trying to sing the Salve Regina. smelter now on strike. It Is believed I I
: which had separated cooperation In missionary and educational The following shocks were less severe : majestic pageant, followed by Archbishops
I'" of the pardoning this suggestion will be approved by
I the families of Paul Leicester Ford, !i work. The meeting of several and by 10 o'clock many of the thp officials of the company and operations Ryan, Ireland, Elder, Williams
i i ic u-Uem1 doubtful societies and bodies auxiliary to tht'eIl..ral inhabitants were wandering about examining I
the author, and MalcolmVebiter: resumed at on"p.lan1: mines Chappelle; consulting clergy ,
ronn'nUont're held during
the walls of the cathedral of
l b- (Availed upon to \ I closed because of the strike will also of the diocese, visiting bishops a ,
Ford, the athlete, is to he forgotten.The i the day. Santa Teresa aRecollecion and other -
-ty: uuln some -trouper; | The main question for consideration!' churches which were more or less re&uma. thousand priests and nearly a himi I .;
brothers Paul, the murdered !
'' by thf convention will be educationand 'i dred thousand I !
,: h. presented) by thoe' damaged. i mourner .
I and Malcolm\ the suicide-will beI I| home and foreign missions. Both News soon began to como in from HENRY KING'S I
,i'--ir--, 1.lI..ty, for the Ameri- the home and foreign boards have increased
hill where Quesalteiiaugo
the country
buried riJe by aide ic the *ame plot I
1-! .:,. 1 lit Cubl. j: greatly their work during the is !lllual ,l. This the second city of i DESTRUCTIVE : !LI 1

not improbable that the :Saturday.Death:: last year and will report free of d<>bt. the republic suffered! by far the most. HOPELESS QUEST ] 1

It is i said that the! home board, of Hundreds of residences and public I {
CU'I hovered all tilt; over the I 1I
x..** neap adopt a ..- which Dr. McConnell of Atlanta, is buildings; were destroyed or severely II j I EARTHQUAKE : !"
bed of Paul's widowed bride who isabmt I 1
.: the president to take I secretary, will report a balance on I damaged. The very narrow streets, fpcclal to The News,
to become mother.! Her condition hand of something like 5000.; The often not over three or four yards I .
!before the reins of gov- I'' report of the foreign: hoard. the t,"'ad- molds, and the Irregular manner in New York Slay S.-Dishe'artened'athid : REPORTED !
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r nod over to the' Cu- today is critical. quarters of which ;'s In' \; vi', *" which th* to<*n I !Imllt served to makf i I failure! after years of endeavor to

i The! Ford family: have formally I be made by Dr. R. J. Willingham.Mr. death trapi of the house, so that although learn who 1m parents were, Henry _
I Xorth"'n having declined reelection I not half of the dnbris has yet King. 30 years old. attempted suicide Ii'I

announced that Malcolm: during a as presiflt-nt. there was much ,, been cleared fully 200)( bodies have In the vestibule of the New York Hpecial to The News. ,I

, !i, fit of temporary insanity, shot and : speculation among the delegates when I been recovered and many persons foundling as>lum. The doctors' say I London, May J*.-Up to 11 o'clocktoday !
MILES the ('unvptltional ralMd! to order as bady injured. Fire as well as he probably will recover.
were no confirmation has been re- ;
killed his brother! and then him elf. 11 I i
j to who would hp' the next presiding : flood added to the horror of the night. I King was a mere child! when takento I '

BE PALL BEARER A ftui.ver the e>tate left by the I i officer. Many were of the opinion that with the result that many people have I, the foundling asylum where he was i I ceived of the report that it. Pierre, i

father led to the tragedy. Malcolm sit XOItt.t'nOliid yet be indue to gone insane and others have commit- kept until ,7S. when, at the age of six II Martinique, has been destroyed by f fI

serve another term ted suicide. he was sent to Maryland: farm. There I an earthquake and that thou.and"or ii

had been disinherited because of his Amatitlan. San Juan San Marcos, he remained until he was of al1As; ipersons
{ were killed. The report I isj I
4f r ADMIRAL! SAMPSON'S PU1ERAL ,, he grew to manhood he felt that his tI
devotion! to athletics and F.. I.ulIta.! Santa Lucia Utatlan and
sports.I DEATH ENDS several other smaller towns have been parentage should not 1 h' veiled! in un j discredited in some quarters, though I li
BUT DOESN'T SAY The ;hootit.g took place yesterday' partly ruined. Still very few lives, certainty. Two years alhe broughtan I the people at Ht.! Pierre had been I I'I I Ii
WHY. I morning at the home of Paul. Mal. : I considering the extent of the disaster, I action to compel 1 the asylum authorities i'I warned of threatened danger. It is i
I : to disclose the identity of hisparents. ,
have been lost.
i cohn entered the room of his brother CAROUSAL believed that there has been an II :
I 1'sl"ssions of the national congress j I action brought forth the

: and :i.ked Utance. Paul, wearied'! at Guatemala City have been 1 response that it would be Impossibleto earthquake there, but that the number
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nispended. The meetings!; of the national I tell.! For days and weeks after this of lives lost is not so great as it i
.:: ... May. 9.General: ,: by hi; ir.cei-ant importunities, re- ,!! p"clal l to The News.Cincinnati. I committee for the Louisiana I defeat. King then 2S, frequented the reported i

fU't-d to again a--in him. Then I IMalcota a by him. I, ;. .
Itthoat: giving any.fui : I. May's Mrs.Herget Giorgi W i I Purchase exposition, and which Commissioner '

'- Md the iuviutiou of the'I II' maddened at his refu-al, wa.kill1! 'I last; night during! a !: Chandler! attended! by special A !growing belief! that he was heir to },,1
i a fortune stimulated his desire and Paris, :May: !9 The commander: of I f,
.. ., the caioiisal at her home in Dayton Ky invitation, were continued without on ,
vtu in charge ar
> drew his pistol and fired, killing i, Her husband. George Thornton. Frank Interruption for two hours though: the one occasion male him so persistent the French cruiser Svchet has telegraphed : I
',-. f.-r tl funeral of ]fear ,
I Paul instantly. He then turned the Kent. Thomas Shliis: and WilliamMuriay. shocks made! the large crystal chandeliers that he was arrested. Every day he to. the minister marine, M: i

.i i ... .np; -i>n to act a* one <>f'rjry I alias Ford :\1.111,1bne\ been swing like pendulums over the called and repeated his questions, until r
on hicielf. TLe servants?; de Lanessan, from Port de France, ; !!
': j pali-betrer*, content-1, ) weapon arrested on the chars of murder. Her heads of the commissioners. Approximately finally, discouraged( at his lack of !

wit ;, orderiuj; the fourth who ran into the room at the re-1 it i got is the son of a wealthy distiller 50,00'( people have been lefthorae''ss. success, he swallowed morphine in the on the Island ot Martinique, under it I

|I t I II who died at ivkir.! Ill.two years ago. and public as well as pri-1 I hallway of the home date of yesterday at l'l p. in., the V,
: in.I : K. i i Owing to the habit of George his :inheritance vat -M!>5cni ti"ns are being raised to |I following: t,

.'>' .,llll to fire appropriate I I lying oa the floor-one dead, one I was left in trust. \Vh>n his prevent the poor people from starv-j SESSION OF THE HOUSE "Have just returned from Saint: \ If fl.'

\-r tne rave. I monthly remittance cam Thornton, ing. I ,
dying. I I Pierre which has been completely ;1sl
.r, of Ueueral Miles ha* RentShields and Murray were accustomed I .
Malcolm leaves a son, seven yearsof ; i to visit the Herget home. One destroyed by an immense mass of i

.1. comment all.1lt i.. re- age, who will be reared by the! I of these occasions yesterday, continued WRECK ONSOUTHERN i i Hpfcinl to The News.Washington. fire, which fell on the town at eight I tr

"ua re.TKahle feature I during the night. At 1 a. m. the I May 1 6.-At the openingof o'clock this morning. The entire f .
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Ford and that his .
family taught
ui- *. tt.atpay: such re- : officers were attracted by screamingand !: RAILWAY the bession of the house today the population of 25OW souls I f
,..'r la th,. deadadmiral, father's deplorable act was the result found :Mrs. HergK lying prostratein speaker announced the appointmentof supposed I
her yard, badly stabbed. She died --- I Mr. Gillette of Massachusetts to have perished. I have I j >; I
II as a
wa* a retired oltice.he : of temporary Insanity. I I :
I soon after reaching th> hospital without Hpe.'ial to The News, i jLynehhurg member of the committee on appropriation brought back about 3i) survivors .j 1 I

: fUNERAL SERVICES. |! Paul Leicester Ford wa the au- being able to make any statemt'.t to fill the vacancy caused by All shipping in the harbor is com 1'r f,
i The five men were taken out ;. Va. May RTrain Xo. j the retirement of ;
thor of "Janice Meredith," "Thei i Secretary of the pletely destroyed by fire. \
surrounded ot the house afterwards such 87 the l'
t cr.iwj* in condition Washington and Southwestern Navy Moody. The house then proceeded .

Lilt Jouveut, where ]I Honorable Peter Stirling"; and other I! that none of them up until almost vestibuled limited southbound on tbo I i with the consideration of the "The eruption of the volcano still I ;

I noon today were able to talk. Southern railway ran Into the rear of continues."
| omnibus
statehood bill under i
lo\.tt11I II. I popular novels.ATTEMPT;. an agreement !
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The dead woman's maiden name a freight standing; at Lawyers Station' that general debate should close --- 1

I xiptian of President i I was Mary Selllnger. of Clyde. O. They 13 mile below here at 5:15: o'clock' today at 3 o'clock. Afabama Druggists Meet. l t

>-rl. this i< the great-j! TO KILLITALY'S !; had no children. The officers think yesterday mornIng I Mr. Moon of Tenness, the rank Birmingham, Ala.. May 8.-The i,

v-r seen in Wahin- | Herget stabbed his wife for protesting Two postal cars the combination !;I ing minority! member of the committee twenty-first annual session of the Ala"I

KING during the carousal baggage: and smoking car and one I I on territories, the first speaker Lama druggists, wao callM to order :MIi i !

Pullman wire burned the letter mall today earnestly: urged the !' of here at noon by the president!' Thomas i Ij!
passage I
;.t uwmbfrs of the Indian Girls Are, Drowned. and baggage being saved. the Ll. arguing that the W. Peagler. of Gre. nville The address .;
i Raleigh May S.; -Nows has been admission of I I
:iiinitt.">'. composed oft iI I received Engineer McCormIck and his negro the" three territories to statehood of welcome was made by Alderman ,
t here of the death of three I
Hpccial to the lewd I Indian
..'r- .d the senate; and fireman Ab Gordon jump"l Just be- would only be an act of simple Justice George Ward. A large attendance II i
i received
May 7.-Advices schoolgirls by drowning. The
for the crash and from all I b
were painfully out to the over the state was
.; r..tue court and of 1 from Turin today say King; Victor !!! girls! were pupils! of the Cherokee and bruised but not seriously hurt. constitutional people right residing of! the therein The roll call. The most Important presentat matter ii

i ''Tattended.. i i Kmmanual: was attacked by a workingman I Indian school, located at Whittier Xo pasengero were Injured.It b. contended. existed In each admission, to 1 be discussed at the meeting :s k
'' i iI i case.
write walking on the are- Swain cou4y. They ran away from seems that the freight train had j the raising of the' standards of quail*

r .. ... .... ....... ..-. ........-.....- ..'.. 'I flue but the assailant was arrested i i the school on April 28. It was on orders to remain on a siding a few Favorable Report on Nomination. fications for !licensed pharma-lst and l i
l' i before doins the kin harm. I II their way home that they attemptedto miles this side of I "J'
? any Lawyers until three Washington : require both practice and theory com I
i __ I II cross the Oconalufty river and beIng May 8.-The senate'
trains bined.
passenger passed but that
> Buys Interest In Lumber Company. mmitte on commerce
today decided
1-5 the cost overcome by the swift current
I when only two of them had pone by
Salisbury Ml.: May 8.-By a trans unanimously to report the nominationof
i action Just closed hers a t1\. -thlrds'IlntfOrest I were drowned. The bodies were swept the freight pulled out for Lawyers. H. Clay Evans to be consul generalto Stand Like Stone Wait J S
of meat t tI down the stream for a considerable .-. .
| of the Jackson Lumber com .I and recovered London, with a favorable recom Between your children and the I
distance only
I { pany. of Lockhart. Ala., has been sold were yes Everybody ha, a njrbt; to a little mendation. tortures of itching and burning eczema j
,1 \. rani I terday. piece of this earth. But they must scaldhead other skin diseases
to Edward S. Crossett and J. \V. Wat- .
I fi?ht for it. They must watch their -How? why by using Bucklen's
\\ ithOrapeNuts ark, of Davenport, [a., and Charles that chance to get it, and get it. HELLO! IS that YOU LOUIE? Arnica Salve, earth's greatest heal Iter
b 1 W. Gales! of Fordyce, Ark. The pricepall Ice cream freeers Quickest cure for Ulcers, Fever
Thos. C. Watson & Co. What's the matter with next Saturday I""
i was on the basis\ of 1,500.000 for 'freeze quick, at the WillisI Mores, Salt Rheum, Cats, Burn* or
( have some particularly fine bargains a? the opening day? Bruises. Infallible
[: the entire stock\ of the company. Anew |Hardware Co.'s.C81TORIA.. to offer just now, and they invite at W. A. D'Alemberte's for drug Piles.store 25<:. I It ; +
t 1 company will be formed to operate vou to come and investigate same. 121 South Palafox
Plant street.
a spring garden.

) 1\&rmil1', dish) 1 0'' ti acres the of plant timber, which lands comprises In Coricgton 144.- I rieL the Iea: i iIIIc1iI so.You will never regret having done The Willis Hardware Co. HELLO! islhat YOU- -LOUIE? '

& ura ct:;;;;; What's the matter with next Satar- 1 ,
Ala. I
-- 7'T"T county ; of Try THE NEWS Want Column. can sell you the tools cheap. day aa the opening day?

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I 'PEASANTS DRIVEN TO : A contributor to The Pilot finds that1n
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"w h WILL MAKE Ms Pi t'wrttou md of the population In

Ireland 13.J::: bear the name Murphy.

PILLAGE BY FAMINEDetails I J1 US the! name of Key!! and !!.: the

:\1,1. AFFIDAVIT name of Sullivan. These three names

1! lead all others by a long gap. The i
of Late I fcuinewhat popular notion that the Mc's i

i ; New Lease of Life for ar ) and the O.!! stand at the head of the

I 'ff l Southern 'list of Irish surnames is thus disposedSllrnce
; Iowa Postmaster.I f. I
t\f '(' f Fuitma-ter I:: 11. Randall; of Dun I GRANARIES AND | for Infants and Children.
1. Golden."IVbat .
"'I have been
br. ba! >: a
) preatjuiffertr I
/ '"'* # lT<'Ki lodKet.tion:, and result do you think! we had better The Kind You Hate Always 1loti;fit has horse the .i':'ji.t.

i t\. ,Jeff eTlSsJ'ir! jtars. lIeirKunaLetoJt: : Violence Is Reported I do alum this man who keeps saying tare of Cha-s. II. 1'letehernnd has IMMMI made lIIult'r| II

: !... tats l jnuiLent relief, I reived to trj'' Fifteen Villages, j things asaicst: you?' IKT"onal ..lIper\' ..ion i for over 'U year. Allonn onto ,
t .1 &tdel1)yhprrl' ,+:a Cure. Ifeforeltacjtak I' : Let hm! alone," answered the practical doi-fivp in tliN. Coiiutrrfcitsi liuit.iti.Mu
t I knew I founc' tales In Kharkcff and you alibi"Jh1.taa.good"
I ; none tattle had "
'''hoo the
politician people get
I hid lontf looked: for. After i I are but Kxporiments: nntl t'lul.lIItlr the
f 'I.m. ffw b iU..... l rurediifaBorenefcsi! [ ,! Have Seen Devastated. : J tired of hearing him. they'll say thathe's health of Children-Usperieucc againot 1 l't'rllllf'ltt.
l left Nde that I had l not I.en fret I' a bore and that I'm probably a
t t't' ray from r>ro\er; ten ) earI am Iottttrto I St. Petersburg May !S. ) ; l much misrepresented( : man."-Washing-I The Kind .You Have'Alw ys.BoughtBears

day than f."re.irv hodf.1 l DyiperiMjCure tativt of thes8ociat..d ;( I I ton Star.:

1 ha: givtn me a new lease of )life personal investigation of i the Signature of
t II I" 1' "If any .uffenn! i h'r9un will! UM in southern Russia, Disproved. i i iChlmer

I tci \ Kodol IIY
.11r a d'.M-a-x-il: ( .toma'-h fioni which the} as follows: ; \ speak so unkindly of Miss Gusch. She I
t : ? jSer.. tl.at they will n-cfite irma. i I I"Comiaiatite : I Ii speaks well! of you. She was telling me I
I 1 relit ret: f. Anyone whhltujcau have i ; order |i :
1 it. r' a worn *tavment as to penuinnes>! it ' t' AlA trut hfi.lne'+ i,tlhli6taiemrntn. '' verses and she thought them lovely.
11'1 il and Kharkoff. but the \ i I 'I
Tlu testuuonul i I.. the volutitarj i I Itiuier-Yes; so she toM me, but when i '
r .m -met.t. .,( a man who ha-; ulered.I I j( only outwardly qUII-> j I I i ( > I she returned the book the pages were I In Use For'Over 30 Years.

'M' 1 h. funclT'lll'falJ''lnt.thprotre"f'I! % I ItLentiie | that the grant cf a |: > j : still uncut-Catholic Standard ,"r rr+..u. to..u n .uu.. .....+ .... .ou emr
: t' U'nefltv Kinlol Iiv'i>t-psia noblemen will bp ..I'f!'( ; !

t : : r1 r Cure will i-ure any caw of (t mart i| ruining autumn leaving
II CClnt Dh. ,
::1 tct troul-e! I I re..tn the tomach by di. ( *
laii :; Ida I really believe that know
(l t 't ,, ;rtltie, Rhdt you eat The rest aloni : : you : The Star
Of nttlH( h, tie contents of this love letter. Laundry
: 'i\! would! tiv-re hv.ilth.: : Hut KodolJij I
\t:.-' '1 {fJ f J.t W": l"'I! "i.i ( ire alv, contains touicsj l I "Authentic particulars i il'rs j':' May (impatil'lIt1n-o1.) nonsense. ,

.1 ii I t #f tich: !I"'. !1-1 1 up tinortrati\ and hastcc. ,! prevailing: during Ma-There! I'idu't I say you knew

,, .. theo! ,t r- ,!tc, You don't have tc i w < kshow they were what it enntalnedCbicagoews.. Biggest Busiest Best !
.1 dirt 1rj,1 t IIY"f"'J"la' Cure will di-i;l I, e\tenie suffering from I I | ,
1 I. J twhrj ueatHelps' children ton. j : !
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I t, Kodol Dyspepsia Cure r'C'ns! : TIlt jwasants ,| ; : 1 I I
\. 't. Cures all Stomach Troubles. only helitirs in the i i iI' I i -- -- - '

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t i : Hl \ OCEAN TRIP k .r
ONE MINUTE cough Cure Iniln'I.. : !' +. ithtrh'ition! : of ; > JrJ.4 From all pin-.r l :
tin! M'-w.ird ot the ) : {

t I'; ". C.f> I '1 L' 3 R I Lil; nads ur.I' humtate, : at : ;:i iout'i : I ilo NCW .YORK, BOSTON kA jl + Our delivery men will 1 ta

t m this h..lief! I II II : t ; D ALL -
j where, at any time t :..1' : '
I The people; of the
(fl i.f Toniiiir.i
I! t .1' "1'.1' 'U". often Ipd by the : 4 via \ \\Vriteortelephoneu-! '.t

i I l Iii : '.. I t. \ \TI.. co:i" : !,a;. s. streamed to the J ;j : \ )m'fnnn.IhC@ V deavur -erveyou I. ::. .

l 41; (;, ''i' r :. .'' I'.'.... '..r.. ': other ,estaU's' afoot ". f j j : !
t OCEAN STCAMSMII COMPANY other Laundry can.
: / uajror.s. demanded the I h. I'
i n" L(>\V RATES Si KxSE utSO '
til!, : < llf .mil--.Mllllt-vCfl. f
t \r t ; I i tn s. pranatii-s and barns 1 Hours of Ocean Breezes

t, t ., >fn\" '.. '.o' .i' I i .',1 ;: r-n'tt,i. :i ...;-\\V1I..1 rrmfti t'tIt j!.; off fried their etjuaily oi.tnts.with IU h i i I I i + ; ". 4 Sailings each WeeK 'f,:. ALL WORK C. 0. D. Goo d s Called for acfl Deliitr'. .

t utii"i" I vmiithl. >.a.I. w.'ttJUT. | I!' from Savannah Ga.
t 1 i U'hen landowners \ I : ; TELEPHONE
; f 114. 27 GARDEN ST-
1"1.1| 'I'l.iii! iiiiil 1I'rauklnr. f" The OI"n.llIl'" "f n.l\I 1'"p.ur LineInlnu
Ci>ur.. ii to a U'sI! ..' 'IMrtW' plftv.\ j up the keys the peasant; 11 Parutn alx1. err,, .\1 :Ltlllrtdx" "'rr l'"tt. \
t, Tin !....Ih.n.\l lAli.. I xee.-Luiiilon. I II j the doonquietly served' I I! In .I'IIJ'':' :hltul!r u. r\l ,II'nsl'o IIii'I ,t1!: "UII.,,,,! .I.,,"I.I', ,'Ttx" ,'J"M. ,'II WALKER INGRAHAM Manager.
i it.turned home, even '! : : ., _b rlr.1, ,I-W. t "ft\JL1U ..h aoI'. I II .,e.1cw ,. ,
llimU. .. .
i 1
( : 1.o": .t I hrrt rh .
i I all! .i sharing in the I roar-ant. 11..0....
F p r coo l.rfml a ..l...'111..... : unopposed the! M.TTm. ETC ....LT To V
|>t as
Inifiai'Monetl( J..r-Tt-lIIUt', my an-1 -rnsthes with ; 11 R K. B r.II.Mn..Ildthr oulilrlt, Tkirt .....1...'..t.1..1..........>Fl l I.... f ri- W. B. WRIGKT<< GOIDP NY
l ffwli.it\ u. do to prove my love. lib.t i d'ate! Leeds but when ', ; : J, 1Ia1I.rll..U.. ....... ...... J..I.abrla ,\c. ,

< that I niicl.t.! like Hume knight of old: I j' t"ulotd ant Jehtrojetl. I jPf'f'f'9t1 1r1:ICCx'GFFat.tL : II
tattle fur you Kufftr for situ. die for i : I : MANCFACTVKEKS AND DEALER'N<
stock and itoaed! l \
k ti II'tI! .. I :- '- -3f
II. diatultift; : un urred \ FKIACII:: SCHKDl'I-K LUMBER LATHS
I paaw'1 ilrl-I with you wouM ;;1\e up I
f habitants of the! t I ,
) villages !
Daadlna.l : : I '
: I l : 11I'11It..1I..1 I (.m"r-Oh. coite. now; |i it' on a s-tiained footing Following is i the schedule of the ffiSL SATO CYPRESS); SflING ES- 1:11:
; !hoiii.i lamlowiK go\ eminent sttatnerOeuerul French :i ,)
rs. I
:, tUat a.all! ;? It.o much!-Chit: a;O'o Tnb.vv.i ; 'i ,

;t' \... Ul,,. -j .t"1J. >; riT....jf?. '., "\ olt'nre i is> reported ; which THE NEWS print for the ,'! JJBEr1-.- PEXSACOLA. FLA.
: 1 1 -- villages whih three benefit of the merchants who! *hip
II"Lie a Uron'ng\ Man. d 'vas-tated :in the their 1 gooj to the various/ army

I iiient and 43 in the ',, > posts : '
:\ Fvr! :Ceah :ago a ij-ei-e| the Joi C- ROYAL STANDARD \ { }
f: t t<.r.. C4llHi| tly-peji' ''IS took uch hold +i) mer.t. To add to the I'on>- : I...,,.., I'.n..coll\ ....... ... h. ... .. ;:f'l a. m. IvHIoKw
MJ 1 .. _....... "
.. Leaves
( nil- that I .nltl '' : Coiisacks litirraiicii- :.iii a. m
( r- -c.in-t-ly xa, arrived at : L.ml'ICk..lI.. . .... ........ kiti I li. inLeaves
I.:. t I writlito i :>'" M.ir-h.: \\.11 knownttoriify regular mil.tary: forces llArritncni .. ....... v:1 I.Ml. Ill 3 Years Old in Cases of 4 Full Quarts, at S3.20 per nu
( _
'J \ of N'K-nnii: TVx. "I took Mood"I Leans IVn-iti-olH .. .. I"..: a. W.
4 ; (|M4iituie- of |>ei-iu| ,led vthcr tiiedi- older. The troops, !'; tiled: ; I : ;.! : : Arrives li! >rranc II In a. in. and then 1 -- -
make a trip f to foil t let{"e nudihenr -
ciubut uo'hing helptdme.- .la.. ai j I in two or thne eases, a ,,. I, turns to llarraiunKiirranctts-.. THI,111( :')hl1: i is dNtillod at the \ I-III.l'. ,

1 ,1f"'IIII'';; maul icr.ibat :.1 tr.i\v: I I| start e. the !peasants [' : ; I t'.1\r s .... .... 1 I"!", p raTukeas t ., and is fully matured in I W'''' ,
of fltN',1: :at Kodol. I felt :nn' im- : troops l l | (1.\1". .. .. l.-.p m before
with '. bottling. H i is
i stones, \\ IA'nrrs, lVn,ncolt ... tzI:: p in.l.rner ; : ab-olutely pure aiui Lot' excelled
i>roiiiiir\.. ateatr -tdtj after :.1 few j ter fired, killing: several td ,, : \ ': I'wkrns ",>:I'p, III ii quality by any WhNkVy/. of tin. -..tuni'--
Uotth .1111 -.,end| mil Well." Kodol Arrives Itiirrancns :...k' p w. and iuaU i no matter where produced. The Royal Mualar: .
9( IK ihf only pripimtion which Fxdctly l woundint a score, : I '! trip to Mt'l'.ft and return. is eight year* old when bottled, and, coii-id, : :
r..l| ro.iit-", the, ii.-itur.il I tli women and children. .. : On \V plnpi'dI1,1: : Saturday tie its excellent quality, N the cheapest: wi! i-k- :. :
tlve juic.-+ ai.il coii-Miuently is I'--I iiient was administered r t boat: wiil; leave Barrancas:!.. via Pick the market that price. Al: beverage; ai.'l: "-
only our whioh. dii?"-t-* any iroml' without ovt r scrupulous I i eti* for Pensacola at IJ :11): p. in. I an absolutely! I pure stimulant, there I U none bHhipped < :

ruutl mid cureany' form uftoinach. ia i the cui'.t! of the people : : The ieneral French !ifor. :armypurpoe in case" containing no marks: ,,vindicate :
a I1nulll. II ,rlt'- 1'iiirin.tcy, John i) estimatesplace the, only and any out-ider 1I1u-.t content If purchaser upon ex.-inu! i -
:-beprard..1ti"y K.ihn.l have: a p.: -s from the quartenna-ter i thewhi-key, is not sati-ficd with the quartet: :;

Ian 'IIn.I..I... I lent peasants as high as o take pa?#al'e o I her. I' can return the s-ame at our expense and II. .-

t : (IIIih 111.11,1..111", l ',' and right: niin.l> l. I "Th..rl'as a similar : I I will be refunded.All .

1i."Ia teal |pr"tdabty: to. loul.pll'IIIf'lIt'clloy 1 i j i i Kharkoff. whose I order should be accompanied by ,, .: '
I Prince Oboloensky I STEAMER LINE SCHEDULEr tU.HTSEARSOLD currency. po toJJice money orrfer bank draft I
IHH-II deof was
t%o nuii1iiin >sii ahirh has ] j, i per--, money order.Ve refer to First Nat
f.01+! UK I..d.t taking into nc- tevere."fjtneral I Jtaiik or any merchant in 1'ensacola.
count' uh.it ., ur.til on Math sided 1m i Kusene : 1'eiisacol.t anil Milloiilloat _

trytlic lit "!1111., n<- the t-xM-ntiul parts: \o'skyas unions the t lUniM Daily I'wf'pt Nn ml y"CITY '" rC"-f

1. of the tn'? >iiHHlut| | : aruutiients iuturnc I estate at Mechek was ( S. A. FRIEDMAN
i hlglH trutlt. Magnanimity.::: !l1'1L- him.self! was t-ei/ed! and b ;! I OF TAMPA. A

tpty. l>-ultti -n trio of ..juulltifstNiM worth I still! ill from the effects Lr Milton '.. '.nuu> l.vlVnvitcola! ,.I '>pm ; .. StiI.E 1'KOPKlCrOK, 1'ENSAf'OLA. FLA.
| >i.ii;: uiiil the tact by utU <> 1IIl'aU" meat he received."As ArPra-arulaa..vant Ar Milton ''pill
U- J.irr.'JlKuuuJ trip.ll.ni'
cLI'litrliiis ,
1 __ au example of I iSK I1 tm. BOX 41$. TiiKI'MO\K: ; ITC
( I I' the ympalhr, which the ranks of the -- -----
'" 'J! tlniiif Ue,->n't it U.suu: jou to seeK tn villagers are !; ] 1 In Ksran.bin: Count *'irruitl'ouit.htateofMuruU : .t a ranrn.+,ata
( !\'T : : In nllne..r\. -1 handle every cI.I+, 'f Liquor- :old. .
t t jouiik'st'T trviiiLto make a man lf't. turn of unemployej fa<. l.ucy Finch ._, bulk or !bottle wholesale or retail. at I rices tl ..1
.. t', ] t. Lluikt-lf\ liy Imitating the wiles of hislUrrinNut it is pointed out that L.l'uoke.Juauna I \.. are way down
tn-or (e Oriiurr. i
I' ... : : .hbniI whi h heretofore: ) : 1 Aniline li"linrr. Morel Hear, I AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER.
at all. I oaraiot ln-lp U.OIIII: ,. an Atlmimt'lralor ot LrNI- I
i people is l
1 | : Hear ili-i-i-a.ed. John i: t.utt I
)1a I "J .llIllIlthi7illl| with the boy l.e e\l- 5uu', for thiee days a wane Win. A. hlciunt. l.lv- -
Ii tVutly! K.. thoroiiuiily enjoys nuikinfi -; a I'l-dllvry l..., a corporation i ian I
i l J'I ..l f iS .
,1.. t> htlul'elf.-ltrtstun'1'rauscripG h'M'VIIII ( Joiit-f. ai rxiout>ra ot Anna )
\ "I l A woman who ha- : : i M-xailT. ll"fe"ieit.

,. I l'i.rii.t II hu.el(. ihii i with the dine-p, tell ': a tiMouday'theutd dug .if Jnui' .\. I'I" '
1 ', lit"drrndanfs, ,
w \ "h.- \h' "!>:uii! is a brute. i iI vent any dausreroiii nu- it ,.. .-Alitoiie..Ii.ri.. Ij..liuci I...ntll'l{ in ke.>- l.ir Joa P1ubet Gas and Steam Fitter

r I 'I' 'ri"1"!- All: men ate !>rutt's. my dear > from it. :Sheviy'* : } .Oak: 111'IIIl..ry oiupuiiy, a corporit'iniare ... ,
dren took rt<|uin" whooping ''
I She-M in.- n. Mtnply aUniiinalik'! 1 ; ( ; : thrill bi-n-in
!i a"kf..1 hen if he hd not think you astty mer. our h;thy b"LH'illl J'liw. orJt-r to lie ;putili'-hiiliiiice. .ara...* No. i South Palafox Rt't
month* old, :and will for tour const-fiitiv' k- II.: "ln > 1.\ t
i f I and he said "Yes." New ? All Kind Oi. Plumbing: and Gsa Fr.tfny! Mm' i(, U". .
1 t' |T ns I. i iI them Ch.unberl d II'" ) ,N v "' ** a II.p".r iiutili-li-! '! i' -HI'! Kllfttl rt on
I lurk \\ .-..l..ly. ;1tly; they lo-t none of .ftmlllll'ulmty .I..uHn: e'JR .
\ M M.
t I i iClerit ?
I | ne..< and came: oat in : : I Ti',1: I'( '' .r.r. Kirt'ui1HoriUa ',t'
'1 r Nothlnj; 1 N so ;grand as truth; nothj II i j h 'alth t other rhtl+ : u B. It. H ii ">,
i I. i I" k.
+ I +I' Ins so for '.l'll', r.otUiiis so moral-Laa-i 1 not u-e this remedy. ( ) lVtSa) > i.n: I'a' \pr. i .A.Lt::

I I 4 1t t\f' Cur.d -tie girl| would between call 11I"'Iil\\ I Iyrul' : "" "" ..v ery

Dangerous if Neglected. PINKEHALL.: ;' !
3 i |< l Burn+. cut* and other Wnulldt T.i-:;: r-'tni ily t i- for .tie : EI:''('g:'!;fR TO AVKKY S ", '1.' uL ;
gl itand medicine d..
t often fill to Kral l properly if n..d"rl. Laurels IMPORTER AND JOJ1PER OT

+ tl i J t'j and 1I"m" trntthle'nm +urc' ,, A ain I Ito
.t : [
.( a e\Vnt'. Witch HJ/.C
: tit* 'iii'h coiiKiieno.K| \-, :. \ IW II\ade the Gold
.. ,V n. Into. '.wr'nanytorn Medal Award
where iM .
1 "! i- Iravetrd tl!! r:, i alewi"! : Mr : .
nf :
i .
r .
: l I'1 .if'.L. ,, L' v -ark -x Iron, Xaila l Ax"i. :-h.\wl... :-'a'1 'I l < ";.l h! .' : : la ;i' '.',dIn wok len mm ca\ -""'. I.W.HARPERKENTUCKY Supi'lie-i.. Cofikinand; Heatu .. .... .. : i II' .nth
i nt, A | Window Gla.. Guns
< ,
1niK --s ; Pi-toN
c ing I : \ ant i i- < "I Tickle.
: .
I ore on my l I.-i; thirty year 1}' !- '. -iKKE \,; ?
.r. 'LI H. ('. llartly.. YaiiKeVt.uvn. Inil"Aft khMLDv: CU.. c... ae< ur : !
Agate and
? + t
Dr11'Itl'v Witch hazel >.\h'" A few. There", |I..t- nf ni'.ney ; '
I t>.xe< healed' t ti'e! s.tre Cure.* all In real e-tlte-tutf:: Iota -.e !:,!! .. (> BIRMINGHAM I'.OLLIN MILL COMPANVWlRevere

1 -kin di--a-e". Pileyield t'; it :'ittue. tate *iiu n u-u'llla' : : = = Giant Sti'ched let'ng.: Northampton f merv
t .. Kewireof counterfeit H' r- wealtii. Tho9. C. P4..zo Wheel 1 Co.; L'ftin & Rind Pw'ler (;0.. Johueon's Kil-
r J.1I'h.innacy., John r'hfpnrd.; |': J- Co., tIP!' le.idin,' l cafoa''J. mint::, Iron King and I5uck .*>' vPU. and Ranges, Wm.
4 L..y I l' :iLl! lave collie "ifer* : C"ups & Co. $ Uaw Hide Lici; Leather Masury -
# be worth your wile to : : Sold by DEDitoer Bros. Made Railroad: ( Color..
and -ee them
: : Keep Your Bowels Strong. to-day : : <
till to-rl arrow. Masonic Temple. gj Pensacola Fla.
it Con>tit\l.I'n ,>r iliarrhtca! when

I your h.urt.' ire 'ut of order. Cas CANDY PROFESSIONAL CARDS '
.. .. ... .. .. I
ern" Ca-. .v C : :.artic w 1 nuke PILLS f CURE YOURSELF!

j 1 then '. t''Ir.: .. lt'01'U'U; : W. C. ROWE M. D. 9'Vv Origin ra.aialJMnr.+.*' wIrnUticoi
I *n4 liij. O..l.n ,
i. ?-' '* N.+Atr..n.. -. I..u...... -r*.. d.cL.rge.lad.no. "
? I' stamp k > l. ( (. Never s d in d4' .. fV4\ CIIIHIK-TEKN KX.UMI: or ulr i
I : Office: 1"i '. I'alatox. --.". .-1. la.n., 1..Id. -.. ,. cf uincoat nwotrt
'i 1 ; 'f hi11: drib .!.>. lOCo Jit. for, c : iX .-.. 'V'f1' ,. T.l....llier.i-H.r.>.H.. c::dm, Pa.alw.. .n-i B jt u'r.ant
t Gtnuire:; i ; Hours from i '* a. rn ftTJ : j p. IIIan:1.u.r (1 "V *>.M icr. i.. MlMtltaUjk. ad !_!!.. Ca. (eat ur Doi.uaou .
stamped C. C. C. \ : : : : TU'I-IOCK. 1 1T/ "r '' n : ,o-- /-. .> sou by Draggtlta.or .
BANNER SALVE.inemoAtheailnc Bare of the dealer: ... firtlril. rT..t'n..l.l' .
( J i \V.. *.' H'ili-t' .1..... r "...i..'. .i. ... nt in pl.ta vrety?
1 ) photo OJJ. / .. hr .!. .* i *.. 4 b* tj .iprv., prerua l t
I salve th1 world I j -jotnethiri just as I <



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tJ '
r; Secret Conference Held Two Lives Lost In Fire Which Destroys 4 t
at Scranton.
r3v.t'L Vi # t
t Y.., I Strike May Be Declared. University. ( %
,- .' : Richmond... May 8.-Two !lives treatment of Catarrh with antiseptic and v % [ I :
i Scranton Pa.
May 8. Th .
c '- '" ,,' .vi i the committee of the three- districts execu. 1g4\\ 9'\ were lost in a fire which destroyed the! astringent washes lotions salves medicated tobacco \ T .;' \) ; .

and cigarettes or any external or local application, is ::3 .
I Bruns :
L university school Char
'" of th.' anthracite coal field, _T near r i I
., reItrent.lug \tt just as senseless as would be kindling a tire on top ,- .
."S""GHj'll I all of the memberB of the Uniteil j 1ib1 lottesville. Va.. early jesterday. I the pot to make it boil. True. these! give temporary i ; LV 1 1I
'J\ The
dead J. C. Knox: of Richmond
"'''.s- I Mine workers in that territory resumed are relief but the cavities and passages of the head and the t ,

'-i.-'X,(,. -J '.j .. its secret conference to.lay. Va.. and Agnew McNeal. of Al- j I bronchial tubes soon fill up again with mucus. I
There is muth apprehpnaion in business bemarle. Va., both stu.lents. Their j, Taking cold is the first step towards Catarrh for it !

I circlet all over th* anthracite region charred bodies were found in their II checks perspiration and the poisonous acids and ; ,
I 1 I
I rooms. which should pass off through the skin are i r. ,
13 1901 regarding the action of the meet- :' vapors ;
: ing. STORK The origin of the fire is unknown thrown back upon the: mucous membrane or inner skin, ; :

:- ::::er Co. Strong influences are at work but it is supposed to have been the producing inflammation and excessive flow of mucus 1 I
!,. -'I among i much of which is absorbed into the blood and through the circulation
I the miners work of an Incendiary. or the result of \
: .ca33. to prevent a stiike. as it TIME lightning striking the building The reaches every part of the system involving the Stomach Kidneys and other

tc'n-I have ia thought a strike at this time meansi to most women is a term of 1 hostler on the place discovered the I parts of the body. When the disease assumes the dry form the breath tlFashionablcModds
u ; i'i'I. a Ions struggle and a consequent! para- anxiety, serious thought j flames and immediately gave the I becomes exceedingly foul blinding headaches are frequent, the eyes red.

i.\: ; jl le Dandruff I l>'zing of industries. and sweet anticipation. hearing affected and a constant ringing in the: ears. No remedy that does

YO' .1r the past Many officials of the miners' union | With the cessation of pain: | alarm. not reach the polluted blood can cure Catarrh. S. S. S. expels from the

found it | are \\ uorkiui to pre\ent the declaration necessary t o childbirth, zrme of the students escaped by circulation all offensive matter, and when rich pureblood t
er. and an there conies taInt! nerves, Jtimg from the! windows. One of
of the the e
strike. is through body
i, a | again coursing
and I '
c- .A rt, prepara- There us niurh speculation as to', sleep r-jcupt-ration. the tfa<:heri Mr. Sheffey.! was pain- mucous membrane become healthy d the skin 'I' .

;i what will bp th- action of the union MOTHER'S fuKy!: injured ia escaping this \\ ay. active. all the disagretabk: painful mptoms disap- : '

shouM it deride! that dra lic methods | pear, and a permanent, thorough cure is effected.S. J. I I i

FRIENDdoes 1 W. W. Astor May Be Made a Peer S. S. being a strictly vegetable blotxl purifier does not derange the ;

Iii ; .. "C:: 7m are Grar.tod net-psparj.i that no concession will be : .r New York May 8.-Coronation rumors Stomach and digestion, but the appitite and general health rapidly improve' \ I t t

diminish the pain! accompanj'in.j are plentiful these days, says a under: its tonic tttects.: Write us about your case and get: the best medical I
made the) '
to the nr.mrs' ofScialsravt
men. maternity.Vith its ,mothers I
I can ando London dispatch to The Herald. The advice free. Book on blood and skin diseases hint on application. ..
or.y! two moves to make unless : bring healthy, sweet: pobitionei. I.
latest is the revival of the statement THE, SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. Atlanta. Ga.
: an-1 ideal babies into the world.Iorning \
t they dll Ian for or asaintt a strike. _
that William Waldorf Astor will be
i..kneon breasts, and :
Thl'mav call another coiuentic. :.
\ :ib-rt" *. pains caused) the graduallexpal1.Hn !) made a peer in June, Of late Mr.Astor's 'DR MOPETT'* Cures Cholera! .lnfaDtum, ; I
fro'-.h: fiutii th' lank and file to decide !ith.
or .'an ,. arc relie\ed: by thunetrtiiig gifts to scientific educational I
biarrhoea.Dysentery ,
.- mattt r. or they may send {..,m-I I l :; and rtUxinjj liniment. and patriotic institutions in Great the Bovtel Troubles of : I
mittcoh eipplojcs to the diffennt Amor. the! .infold aids to ehiIJLirthMoth.r's
i Britain have I been> large and numer .; WlU".r Children! ofAiy Age. I
: ,1.. 1 II l. the'': oal oicratois| to ask for coneetions.onw friend has grown popularity tt-- f, f ::1 Aids Digestion Regulatd! t. i
.V: orne and g.iined a j>R-tye among rich woiiuia ous. Humor till insists that Sir Thom ;( 81f rtrmiNG.POWDERS)! I
of the the Bowels, Strengthens
.1' ; wellMarston officials said VIG.
I company are _. .
-. well: as poor; it is found and welcome as Litton will rectlvi a peerage inrtnogiition /.S A the Child and J 1

I me. to favor the latter plan as a way out I in the mansion as well as in the cabin. of his work in connection :. ,,01(". Costs Only 25 cents at t Druggists, EASY.MakesTEETHING I, ,

for both faidf-s |' 1\\1 lesii; 'mi1./the,m..ther'aln! : ; "\.(If mind with the king's; dinner to C''u'j' ',"'> poor ._ I t );:2r mail :!5 rnl..oC.oJ.MOFFETT.M.D.. ST. LOUIS, MO.IwuBrstalfi .I i I

,1111 SlllJfJlf! you' 1'rfaidi-nt,! Mitchell wields the same ant;llimini.hin''\ tin a beautiful influm.t ..1.08'... C..2'i.. I' 'Ityiiirfar ty r'y' i la i in C'mrUston.. M nee TKETUIX% I'I Itrih
ic'l in the of influence the is wrought:: pini the! ihild. and instead! m coronation_da\._ lr A's..t nle t'ai .tST-Tfji .iuinf int.a.at"r*"'I t way power over miners --- -- -- .. .
b t ant joSe lenfficialuQilnofrtwfronidaoirvrff
anl listen -
pnrvMi. ill-tLiiijicrc II and sickly forms L.a'.i'it & .1 I. t.thin : tr..u"So / thai he has liithuito exercised and : y<: WILL CURE CONSTIPATION.A. :'.....I a;. ) r.t u, .1' .. t. e drum ard* -,thi"ik'Svrui"" that we hate ..me tjn-za-d u. af.ir ne nh three I
at the it
-n sitings : iat'e calthy.l.l:1.I.ing ant '
humanityremaini I tr.ubt-t
'i'1 ? ; << '".if" n nwinimt '" hnthere I is anew baby in L"I u.tlilb. -hie:? araorrr. ;
I rafilior credit. is unroded! that the question of strike I j :i.j a blessing eNi-r ti> you and its country. A. Herren, finch. Ark., write! I .'"t,t"I' !ur"1 ':a n li-4ito. jf t-i:?".10\ ir.,..-..I.1 tieh,>rnd ftuT! U..>Io" nuny... IH''>1 iieu.e t." t..p.their ," I'I It.byquirt.
> t UAUTVVLLLM. A\LK: Manner l ailf' Ttutetantl W k.y Tim"-M"' ';''r!'' ) ..1
or no :strike depends almot-t entirely I All i'ti.i. st'l! M thcr < lrinii at f..oo.; "Foley's Honey and Tar i* thebp.tprpparation ., t
Write for our free Itk "Motherhood" fur c'iU115, colds alldlung I fi
upon the dfiisiou of Mr. Mitchell. IriE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., Atlanta/ Ga Ik you wIsh to make alittle extramoncv t.' I II
trouble. I kuow that it hi: ,
\1111H EIY.i : I cluiinK spurc moments I. I I I
cured consumption in the firt B<>. you cnn rrmlily do so. by 8fllBuejne. : "I I
i it tke-thi* method'ervices A MIHtarv Order In Inirrgcncy.Clilitnin ---- I I ,
---- -- ta'jes.V.: A. D'Alsmberte I2lS. : lUll our | in pir tent, coaimi--ion on all alri. An indi-piD able artlclo for t I' t
as a j Verne :M.! Bou,110 raised : Palafox street.Foley'slloney. hnu.IIOI'J' u-*.. Kver laZy i- di-HKbte. .. bt'n they see it. On. sheet makes the tlnest ; I I
.\ Px-uli.ir I'ul tle'lan. Itluc-mlfr yoU evei flied in tb. ,.,,-b. Write tat; b.-fo-e your territory 1* taken by I _
.c1 uuJwife. hav- cotuuianJol in Ohio I fl'
anil an
'I' a company "He's a tuiL'hty hard man to Ret some ou<< e1.... m d.... WIll send hy r. tarn mill. onUoen p3.k."s. o( Blueme.."
.. arfxperience.. letriuicut in the ['anl: -\nl'rican war olltl- Tar When you have s IJ: ttiein. return u* >0r., retfttamg tile balance. I0c, ajur .eouimii :i l JI
alou with salt! the practical i> and .
f r- fereuce from : told of unusual order he heartigitn ; fiion !lollotd".dY. but write at oni j I !
of this city. a'ry \ cian sadly. "Mlsl-ty: hard." torchildren.safe.sure. A'o oolatss. Atlilrr-il.K\N M M'F.3IVKIN: (; CO. '''-1'1,0 Is Hot ill. 1'liila. Ta i \ 'I'II

: .- M. GII DF.NP, : by uu offlcer of a Missouri regiment "He 1 swiiii thoroughly: honest" -- ---- -- -_ _ _ _ _. ._ _ I I I
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at Camp :Moadc.! I
nAYilliH* !St. I "(Jf cour
"The Missourin'b company was cnmI him so erratic ai.d, unsatisfactory. I\.1! POLITICAL

._ "" I in;; down a niu ,
.wwwPL1BLlcIrr -----4 llou\le, "and prest-ntly they came to a 1 it I ,
lifoau.se ho thinks
FOR pl.ico where only two abreast could I IasI. :
i U riKht.; without waiting: to figure; out !ANNOUNCEIENTSFor
\,; The company was in a column I what its cJTVtt: on his politic I prosP 1' .

THE PEOPLE of! fours and tho (lr..1>I1U of jcttiiigthem ; I II, .H.t-4 is !liable to be." WashingtonIntrrrtiplrd .. _--_..,._._--- I : p i !:
past puzzled their! coumiandircompletely. 4 I

: The correct ord.'r was star. I State Senator. I'I' I
v i .r J \ Cent
toils Oil a \ :
The friend of Hon. \V. A. P.lount
'Ui i lit. by twos.: Afu-r some Lesitatlon : l.rlriinit.A C
,1 'erv Herd is KeuJK hereby announce him a'J a candidatefor .
he hll\1tl..ll'r"IIII't..riy l : : iu Scotland had lost! her
I woman
\ \erjhodj.: State Senator from tLi*. the :Second :
'( ;. e round that puddle:? I husband and the ininisttr. calling: to Senatorial District and rp
.. :- : ; ""'Y'1' "" + PHt-1
"""' "Tho : had evidently! been fouid her sitting in t"S
i company I eitlI.l')lt' with ht-r. ; fully a-k the support of all ) I
\ % I. \ 'L4) J.I :s u.I better drilled than their commander I front of a larw: owl of i'''rridn'L'. crat for nim at the coming: primary.:
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into column of I I
lor they broke a t W.s.WI1'n 'IViriblo loss, terrible loss": sighedthe :;: !
\, N'iii."i: 11\:1 iiousebitlit: Win'1- lit(amiiin per-- they lIatll.uo..1 i the wuter I iis- 1 I tninit-Ur.! For Representative. ,4 I e Perfect Fit, Newest I I

' \ I ". i ,ine...y :htrictiiti ; toned eagerly for the next corct'iamL ".\.'I'," was the reply "it's a terrible The friend of Scott M. Loftin take I i

r i ...uf t ,'tt I "Apply. .. tM to A. A. Kisber! Alter some delay! the oilicer: shouted i loss to IU('. Ftc just bffii !prpi-tin' n'uil'ht. tin means of announcing him a*, a ( Colors, All Lengths, .
candid:ite for prentative in the I
sharply' : I and as sane as I finish this woe '
't 1'" 1.1.N Don .",,I I LezUIature: from E cambia: county, Finish. ,
Improved smart I
r ns- : Ts o inter fours right ; dray porridge; I'm just gauu to It..gillaailL" Superb I
and desire the of all
.er.. ;'i or11I,11 amounts low i! I they support
-t Call on LBSW| E.w. Krooki. Kit. ;
Democrats in the corn iuir: primary.For 1
"I'-, M. 1'alttfox hi.. i'lshnr : A price for ill pocketbooks, i itylt for e>.r; '
8mlmImyoa I'.lrrtrlc >h......... The Encroni-hlnic Lake. Representative.

\i'I fl.-..t1 moneyT It Is generally supposed that electric I One of the humorously attractive! The friend of Henry C. Clopton I Ib Royal r :

\ .* nay amount you ,,'ant"rllli .. shocks at &R)) volts will in\arlably characteristics of a child Is his large announce him a* a candidate for jg ; Worcester t
"i aail inpro' IOwMt,..(lcitjr rat rt.aler > I prove !fatal but that ueh I Is not the I sense of personal importance. A little repreeatative in the Legislature (

.' *.i Moutli! I'aU-\ i I CUM! was proved the other: day by a I girl was walking: with her father on from F.eambia county. and request I (

In-lt I member of the I Institution of Electrical : the shore of a large: ; lake. where the the support of all democrat in the /1 Bon Ton Corsets

\ KKOW :MONEY Kn;:incers, who Mated that even ] wavt-s were gently lapping, up on the coining- democratic- nrinlary.ForRepresentatie., L J

-. ".v,urproprty.pro-or ...ll re%1 .... with titled boots ho had !st<>od on the beach. Suddenly one came up higher: I ; \ STRAIGHT FRO.NT I II Ii

-. i..description. have' rails of the City and South London I than the others and swept over her The friends of J. T. Filhnjim::\ of //i II, YF' .. \__, Ask; n dfilertc; show sty'es. I i

.. .: l'.e9'Nat attended.un Co.to, i i railway bat on the (live conductor and foot when she exclaimed. "Oh. papa, Blat :springs.:::; announce him as a i, I/\ Accept no substitute.

,rice agents feosatra'a slapped' the running rails with bare the lake stepped on uiy toe!" candidate: for the legi hture.: subject -

.. .' m'.- t%.. vull 1'0 lend;>y..ryool' haiidi.: He further said that, provided to the democratic primaries: of c ROYAL WORCESTER

3..U ". money..t.t( I II the day were dry and the skin not ,Cures Cancer, Blood Poison EatingI July 15, and ak for him the support ? .

II I moist it w.is piie: safe fur the aver :I I Sores, Ulcers Costs Nothing to Try. of all democrat $s> CORSETCO.3Ir I I

I ",. It.-ill.fjriushvj. to handle live wires. One A :
ate person Blood p"i-ou and deadly cancer For
man fell on a cable trying a currentof : the worit and mot deep--eated o4-
are !
I rcHiDH at The friends of Cha M Cotton announce 4
:' volts and with
; et. alit? .IMMI f-cdpcd only a
__.___ 1 blood di-ea? on earth, yet the him aa candidate: for rep- ___%
few l'lrnuutlll'r rendered
man was
\1.1 111.1.1'I \\ A:"iTlU. ea iest to cure when Botanic Blood rp-eutative in tl.e Irsi-Uture from :
unconscious by a two lhou>and 'oitcuirent _ _ _ _
.. -, ;, Balm is u-ed. If you have 1 bloc Ecambia: county and they a-k the _ _ _ _
< I--urn btrlier trade, but wits vjon rl'ot/lrl'lnullnrt., uppoit of all democrat: i in the com- ;1
t iv- required special\ A one hlllll.1'IIit current has been I poison producing ulcer, bone pains, in::: prinr&ry.For Pocket cutlery and scis- Buy a new garden hose
M:ty I 11th. pmiiKiri pimple! inucuuui patchefalling; II''

..>-;.pl;ti|,.nlitT-i.>'ants fr Scholars im Jutanre.III ii>. 1 known is quite to a cause rare dt-ath.occurrence.but 1 such- London a case hair, itching =kin, i'crofula. old rheu- County Treasurer. sors from the finest to the from the Willis Hardware ; ;1\\

.. mati-'in olfensive form of cs.t rrh, \ I
< Muter C.Hbo mSU: I oli Ciobe.; III' I announce my-elf a candidate: fort I cheapest, at the n"illis
t and eat- I
RC.IDS ;c.iledeadly cancer,
renomination for the poition of Company. ,
., TRAVELING IS DANGFROUS.Contaut 1 I lug, blecdiii' fe,teriu M>re-, "welliny county treasurer of Ecaiabicoun-' Hardware Co. I I I' !f'f'I
"I \\'unl.I. : *, lumpi. per-i-tent wart: or ;;01'''. '
in-tMu jtr- the kidneys ; ty. -iibj: "ct to tl.e action of the demo- I' I
--- -- Halm 1'. II.\
take Itotanic Blood Ii.i
\ ",,l solicitor: will pay winch are kept in pHce in the body cratic primary.

..S.S."Ilk.' >n.to. r.t one. Adiiiitf !by the delicate attachmentThi! trainmen- i is;, everything It will cure el-e even faiU.the wor-t B. H.c-ie 15. drain after J. W. FHATER. | ti>=GOLAYi I" CHOICEST !, j j

rea-oii that travelers: I 1'.
: teumterand all the poison out of the ,.y,.teIn and the For Tax Assessor. -OF-
street car men !l
Grist and Corn
\ Meal
\ aii.d Mills
__,. _.. ._.___.n.. will) drive very much fentler from blood. then every ore making. I hereby announce my-elf! as a''i
kl.Juf'di..t>a-e in some form. Koley's the blood pure and rich and buildin candidate for re-electiou as Tax A-
I "'i r."d..nc. for Lome.IM the broken-down Ho- 11. F. GONZflliEZ & CO. Prop I FRUiTS AND CONFECTIONERY
body. ,
,!y'IU >o. 1JSouth; I... Kidney Cure *trpnitlieti* the ;; up *eor for E-cambu county !subject : It
:milw of kidney tanic Blood Halm < H. 15. 15) thoroughly tb Maaafactcreri .
ki.Jut'aud cures all form- to action of the democratic primary -, i
and bladder di-ea-e. (5eo. H. tp-ted fur 30' years. Druz July 15.; i CHOICKMHAIiAMlITUKGllOfNliSTOCK: ; -AT-
\ v k l>v ilmiervinK Hly ltb .
i ,'nlilren 1 support. >e..- H:aU-an. locomotive engineer; Lima !store, Jl per large bottle. Trial \V. \V. RIi'H.-\RIIS. I Ii FEEl). t,,1;
\:1011':: Mrs.Vilon.: 't'l 0., write'Contaut vibration of1 1 treatment free by writinjr Hlood __ i I Fatronie Home Indantry, for there ti C. APOSTLE'S
..I alnfi the enzme caused me a steal: deal Balm C,).. Atlanta (la, Describe For Tax) Collector. I every reason you should buy your M.a1 anfi.Stock : 'iH

', and I trouble and free medical advice I hereby announce rny-flf! as a i icasdidate reed from the Home Manufacturer U t;
tooth a anti |>OM- of trouble with my kidneys for < Est Government St. ;
I by >o doing you encourage home 1lluI.tr7. : t
given until cured. B. B. 15. does not I
"fI\llh"r. and rirk-i ai- trot Ul) relief until I It-I'd Foley's for re-election a* Tax Jol- j Your money H If ft In the community ,

: Ill \\.11 bU lo"INr., ".'H.'iu.un'ril... Kidney Cure.:' 'W. A. })'.\lembe e, contain mineral pol-om or mercury lector for Ercambia county subject and you In tutu are Indirectly benefited.! ( For ci .y Cordova Restaurant stand .
"'tfA 121:! S. I'aUfoxtreet.. i fas ?o many advertised remedie do.> to the action of the democratic primary In fostering the home manufacturer you itl
.__ I but i< composed of Pure Botanic Ingredient July 15. COntribute to the cause of labor. loa owt One car-load of Pineapples at 11.75 I
i i to the community In which live and I
I lit yon
I : I .1. ) *. OverSODU: te-timourils of A. H. D .\I.f.IBF.RTE.Il which contribute to roar support, \ to $::2.tI) per dozen.

___ Tb.hlneie Bride \Vrara Urd.lied cure by taking ISotaaic Blood Balm _ _ _ _ _ _ ,[
'ry brick store and : I Is the nuptial color: In China. The (H. B. B.I -- I '.'I
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:" <. Fur Ine" andy cfx.luK that! carry the bride In her litter

IIn prttIII..I. II are ln's-el in rM, anti they bear a I'runev :
1.1111 I'r. Hanson writing the subject of
: on :
Iwnif oran.'e tree l.iadiNl with fruit ;,
!' i' "A pound of prunes is l lI F. E.BrauersOnePiiceCashHouse :
;II.1. > of prr- and ,',.in. The bride's! eompartmelits'' prunes : I
.ro im bousH on nii\aloiit! as food to a !gallon of milk: .
iror turtflcr In- are finUh<.llu red trimmings; presents' II i iare !
.* N office or to I'. ;:I carried on rl"l trays, the bunneri and costs but a juarur as much. It is

t- .tr..l. Jirtf ;i ij 1 al>out equivalent to a pound of bread
(Niriie In the procession nre originally "
j i '-t drMruM. 10In. but is far more healthfuL Considered
'- > ;, ('rlm"t>n. which! are brightened; by the CUT PRICES IN TWO !
.--rm, by tho Usher > from an economic standpoint, no fresh : ;
1 Ued umbrellas
'It. south I'alafoiiulm rns>' glow of the lanUrns. .. .
meat ush. milk (Ir escs:; ; can be provided 1 t.
are carried and illuminated signs "
\ fur the same moderate cost, and non I -
11 S v & -d, O' rmpty b..r'' blare iii co! >r. The cinii. itt-olf l Iii : I, of them contains, even approiimately' ) yards Dress! hwie; *, worth 6c :2'I) dozen Ladles' Lisle l Thread &) pieces Medicated 21-inch Cotton

I"IU IDII AI. DOTOtfKkK :i deciiratiNl 1 according to the wealth and of nutritive ele .yard 10 yard for 3") cents. Vests, worth 3 5 cent, yours for 21) .* Diaper 10 yard9 In a piece worth
-- -- ---- 1 the same aggregate;
I "II.I.It\ \: tho taste: of the; bride's family. A poor ments." luii) yards Dre*, Dimitys. worth cents. S5c, for this sale r JC.

.. I. .'fr.S 'S ...liliOlt I woman: is carried to her wedding feast 7'>lc, 10 yards for 45 cents. :i 1000( ; Boy's and Men's collars 1 1.)1). dozen Ladies' Fast Black. '

ant .::0:"; .'.)r .,,1.I .. i! 11n plain chair Minted ret!. If the oo..t.. Jrrrold In !School. broken sizes, to close out at 3 each. Heamless; Hose Full
..1..1.0. I..."? (fuud\!! has wealth! or rank the palaniun : Douglas Jerrold wrote "Clack Eyed 2111") yard'J bleached yard wide Domestic for this regular 10c good,
10 yards for 45 cenB. SIN) I.adies'Iadras sale 6t. c a pair; 4 pair for
II \11t <4.I-< .. < i is \ pry ornate: decorated with Susan" when he was! twenty-one nnllcontrlbutf'll and White 25c.
I I I Waists, worth 7J;>c and $1, to close at
\t \ ...:Manufacturer Jrllt'1.:1.1.: The Chinese skill In | to Punch the immensely 2-*"0yards unbleached Bea Island 14c.; ''i-J dozen Men's

: i .,.r I....wt., Hat*. Toilet workmc silk or pjld: cord is displayedin popular "Caudle! Lectureg" not long yard wide Domestic, 10 yards for 51: Hoe in brown Beamier Half
H.1* W liOTernment artistic: uJIIII'r.111'n the l'rid"Ul'l'l'urs. | i red and black for .
au afterward. But at nine years of age cents. 60 pairs Lace Curtains, 22 yards oc a pair. .

sue wears i redel!, and the j jletters Jerrold had been scarcely able to i I long, regular 75c goods to close at :i
'" I ,, .. .. joung 216): Embroideries
ur .II. yards regular 4c. 25 dozen Men's French Dropped.
to her ano-stors whose blessing ; not until be was apprenticed I
I. p i read and it was rrice ".'2 to s'o'c, 10 yards for 43 cents. : Stitched Under shirts worth NMl\l. furnunedo Is 1m vk..l. are wr.tten: on ret! paper. ) after serving tot i
to a printer. 25 dozen Large Turkish Kath Towels close
.. at 2
.t. IIr."..clal d"IIIDI >c each. Drawers to match.
.. .. XXI: Meat i>re
adorned' with tinsel anti mock Jewels, j! be showed either desire or capacity for'I worth 10 and 12,.'c, II) yards for So 20 30 dozen Men's Fancy IStriped t It II'
24x33-inch ,
I lv .. .I.\\, 1. It-..._ '' an idea which is much mrvre prevalentin I Intellectual improvement ;( cents. Towels, for this sale at SOc Bleached dozen. ers Lace to Under match.Blurts, 45c each. Draw r '. ;

.M.\ .a.I rloral 1..IIDI1"4 wl'\1..u.-WQrnan's Home Companion. 11))) yards Dress Cross Bar, worth Li :
\' ,"L. '... Weit for cu Ur"lor7.Mlm.tomtir,., I II WHAT IS FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE ? S'5c, 10 yards for 50 cents. lOc goods 2Sx42-inch for this Towels regular 2 dozen Ladles'! Black and Colored J $
I. Answer: It is made from a prescription dozen. fiIe Hilk TaffettaVaists, regular price ;
I of leading Chicago phy- 25 dozen Ladies' Bleached Vest. I I5fM $3.50 to close at $2.20 each.
a It
::11\11, \ ? r Law.: School. A REVELATION. :i sician and one of the most eminentI with tape in neck 5 vests for 25 ) yards White Batiste Lawn This sale! will positively not run \ :
.I If you will make inquiry it will I the country. The ingredients cents. I regular 12: >2 quality 10 yards for 85c. for longer than one week. It 1
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'It 01 DSIT't' OF VIRGINIA. i be a revelation to you how many I. are the purest that money can buy _r I

"CM: Hammer. July -uccurnb to kidney or bladder and are scientifically combined toget

BT' lb.. Iaw raculty. ,'!I troubles in one form or another. 'I their utmost value. W. A. IP. E. BRAWNER'S ONE-PRICE CASH
'"nl1ld..t.* for the HOUSE
; -r. mho bare lacked: If the patient: is not beyond D'Alemberte 121::: fi. Palafox street.
'. aid. Foley's Kidney Care will ,
> tor catalogue, &1- ,I I
curl' It never disappoints. W. A. KtlieTCi Blent Awtjtod !
41o3; SOUTH
. r. .!sry. (h&rlettr.'tlle, Ti. I I D'Alemberte, 121 a.\ Palafox street. I mJtcj: t ai c-Jj etl okoujha ud eaik! I G '




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1m : FALLING Their Early fish In Standard 011 ''' ,'[ ;

Politics and and It. Remit

,I j In the early days of the Standard Oil$ .
The &2.1 Annual
POLICEMAN'S SiafrrarnAsset
I of the heaviest stockholders :' \ .
one -
I :41 company
: fl .:ndlnJt 1 't'UlI ,
Entered It the Post Office it Fenkacola.j r ;11. (II:
lla"s.condtla.ematter.r was the late Amasa Stone of Cleveland

t't i OrriCEfUfi Building, MlJi! Mouth RIGHT ARM 3 Politicians jj John, whose Hay. !daughter Ir. Stone Clara was at is that now time Mrs. 1 THE[ (EQUITABLE

f J rtlilox street, upstain.i' I' I! t'b \ reputed to tie tbe wealthiest man In

___ I northern Ohio figuring in tbe dirtcto1rate f
: THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. I :J. .JIi. .i11 boards not only of the Standard Oil I Icompany
j Early this morning a message was I A tiff ASSURANCI[ EOCif'r
I'' ,i Tomorrow at Marianna a free fish but of banks and railroad I j
I. B. HILSON, Managing Editor received, at the police station that and rolling mills and in everything '
I fry and speaking by Hon. Fred T.I -
W. M. BALL Business Manager there| was a hack filled with drunken | hatiaji the name cf being a cry "mas- '.

I Myers is scheduled: The Hon. Fred tcrful" man. It was due to this last Re-erve and .it'nr I., ,

Termi: Invariably in Advance men and women i in the northeastern will no doubt address the J trait In the capitalist's character that i ihe itiee.8urplu'from! .
aCkl'on-1 w
IVI One \>.r by Mall ..._tS W : part of city. The mes- ; itea left the best "monrv maker" with
somewhat in this vein
f t Hll Months .. ..' :2 SOOn the station : 1 which he was ever associated the oil w! !I'' f'T
ige was sent to by
hl Week.by (IIrrIH, Payable Monday 10. I Come all ye men of Jackson company, whose president John D. j I i decide are paid

!I.Mr. J. C. Pebley, who stated that And eat fried ash with me I In j'
Rockefeller was those days scarcely

qj 'deffi.i"glafts Furnished on Application !', the actions of the crowd were altogether | And tell me quite frankly which { known outside of a narrow circle of Paid 1\.II.. l.to.Policyhol.l. . . '. I

I 'e 1 You'll vote for of ui three. Cleveland friends.
TELEPHONE NO. 118. | too disgraceful, and he requested i New: Insurance In I 11 I
As the story is now told the cause of I
You know what has
: that police be sent there to Hayes promised; .Total Insurance Iii f, rti >
MAY 9 1802. I I ,t{ Mr. Stone's departure from the board j jwas i
Tbe flgnree I'll admit look big, Dec. 31, iwl i
suppress the disturbance the quiet refusal of the young
s i. I White But if only half! you give me, i president to be ruled by the older [I Notwithstanding tl :' ,
Capt. communicated I Save Your Hair with
behind the I'll dance .
i The milD gnu i surely jig. man's opinions. Several times there! nisi' etteutG of the :'"

t It the maD who makes the fuss; j facts to Mounted Officer Henry Perkins For, plainly tweaking,bOY,you know I had been differences between the two j greater,!' .ecurlty wi. ,, .

I He tbrlls the wood with fccatter-thot ;I and Officer Davenport, direct You didn't, do me right;; : Shampoos ofuticura all of which, however had been i holder' LOand* thereby lit m AlUX,"pare

t r And cant bit north a"cure." I ling that they proceed to the neigh- Lauar'e meeting a ae too big, I smoothed over without any breaking; ttoff "than given by iat ,

dad blamed of business relations. Hut at last at ,
By too
SMALL industries are stepping boyhood sad arrest those responsible board held during '
a meeting an c\< n
Il clones to greater ours 1 for the disorder.Mr. i'l that you're eaten ot my 8ib. I ( las in the private office of one of thetiirel'tOrs j'
Won't yon give me promise. true, t1f '
/ ------- KXOWLKSj llltiki
break. While
came an open !
/1 Perkins rode away rapidly, I!! That you'll drop bulb John and William i
pE sAnLAisci'tdoingmuchblow
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% Mr. Stone was I laying down the law on

rt' f ins, but ..hb'" steadily growing. going up Alcaniz street, in the hope I And belp to pull' me tbrougb'l: I some mooted: point airs KocktfelUr! Interrupter I 1 I (>rnrr..l .1g' .

of meeting the disturbers. At the SOAP ,'v him with: :j
Ijr .
r I 3o: \ H. I'llafllx I } '
As i-thmian canal means InlJrerailroad3 The molt influential democrats of "Just a moment Mr. Stone. 1 want : >t
of Alcaniz and Cervantesstreets
'(it' # and more business for Pen- I corner Holmes county constitute the nom you to know before this discussion -

l '1' it' racola.IK the officer met the hack com- 1 And light dre -iu'i;: of CfTlCUR1 goes any further that you can run
I I iinittee that i is arranging for the IJ:1-1 TH
ii' r plained of. in which were a number i, : OINTMKST; IuretIf emollient skin J your roJin: ; mills: and banks as youp'eiw.
l lew\ for peace is acquired b mar: at Wetville I ewe,. This treatment '
e'uf[ men aud women. and which meeting Tuesday at once clops 1 but you can't run Standard
I cultivation, Uncle Sam don't havI war! night. And you will find that the falling hair, mnou'i crusts, scales, 0,1.; -

I k much show i t driven by Thomas Herrel: colored, buililaudruu", soothes irritated, iu-liiug Th"ro was a moment's S'l.uee.; nIl'i Baking POd ,
democrats in all the I
t - who was greatly under the influence leading counties surfaces, stimulatethf hair follicles, 1 thtn JS Ir. Stone said "I I.rl'sunl11 ,
IK the Filipino could fUht n well 1 of the di-trict numbered supplies the roots; with and stand
I! are : nt'rjry ready to buy my stock. Mr ('f( '-
,, a" rt'Wrd our -enators at 1Vapingtoo liquor I the Lamar nouri-huieiit, and makes) the hair grow tdent 1 1iH.n ?" ...THAT M'ir
the Americin: army wouldoon i Officer; Perkins notified Herrel! i i I among a sw,' -t. whok-ome, healthy To Mr. nvckefe'Jer's! "Certai':Iy" Mr.

i be beaten.IK that he was under arrest The : scalp, when all cl-e fails. !Stone merely said "I'll take Slim 1 !tun.

you ever witiie-.ed the rasa;eW.if i i'' rro WlS't'ry abusing, curingand UI-I! Candidate town and Clopton look after had his best fences come ,Ito Complete Treatment i and tomorrow: my offer inornitis holds: pood until from a iparttr 10 ,,'tine!tuft k r N N&OLA A t! r! M:::

( : dance of the Amazon i you wearin; at the otiCH, and saying \' ] 1 er." Then be picko>] up his Lat anilwalked

1. I would und.- -tand why ragtime i iso that he would not !go and that he They tell me that Candidate Fillin- For in Kini Every-Humour|t.r--,i,nclcaiirctlir, Sil, roiisittinir rtn'of of,musts"LT. frot.i the mourn.At JolT"BUFFALO"

popular and why it appeals to u-j. | could g un's friends are shelling; the wood and 6--aIeo,and i-ulli'ii Hit tllI. t'II"II'uud..; 10 the nl'Jttla a friend: of I rIOt.I'fellt'r's
not be taken. CLTKI .
Kt ,
r is "T\lI.>rt.f > to lii'-t.iiitly allay
I I with chain shot lirlniifT, inrt.innnatiiin and irriutioii, amiwinUie was at Mr. Stone's ottice.
i Tu .: Northern aduliui-tratio IIi The officer rode along at the !| aiul" heal!, and CtiK I K' kiM.vk.NT 1 and I the sale was consummated. It was BRANDThlt's
1'ILIA (!*'.,, U cool and rli-an-e the liIiMiil.CfTifi :
Y Lewpap in-istthat; conzre-1-will! i l 1 hack's side, going south 011 Alcaniz' 'HH-OHKNT IILLH (CliiN-ulate this which pave the present presidtut

; i past an i-thinim canal bill at tin street, until the patrol call box at': The members of the Clutter's nail I Vutcclj; are a new, taatet! ., uilorlebs, t'1..,- of tb,' great company his first extensive Pciixnodn *. i
i club for -ome unaccountable tea nomual ul .ttute for the .I..Ir.1I..1 lupudCrtlri holding of the Standard Oil stock.Net :.-
i t.eion. Pen"acoliam sincerely hrIIthey I the corner of Jackson was reached i KA !thuLt..,T,,a.1..1\a..fur all itbrr York Tiiu's.i .
s know whereof they -peak.r sou, seem to have: lost all their enthusiasm Mi..lpnnarroandhuuumrrnrr.. In ...r.- (( Watch: tlim ( Ir
1 Here he dismounted, took hold f cap tutu, w \ '. I
-- uHertel'j I'lintAiiiiut ''''e* pore i'* I
( if they ever had any. I Sold t'lroui-hout, the I i DiiroTtrrd. 1 February Stle" .
of home world Bnt rt Dtp T-X::
THE: investment capital iv i i.
j hor.t.and! told him Chlrtr'hnuK ...
r to London .
lids hnach I. a magnet that draws the money of (Only the first meeting at which the I'LI.i'or... Fulllk i>felu A.ru CH: .. c..u..i'tq6. !; was visiting mar II March Hale* .
stand until the wagon: ; was called. tied niece In the city. At lunchiim one

t the shrewd tpeculator. When home 'j j This enraged the organization was effected, has been of the courses consisted of cLI(<-.eD croquettes 1 April Hale=. . .

r confidence is exhibited he doe not I.! negro and, I held.1 That was over two weeks ago. C'tTy the contents of tt hieh'tort' :
t jumping from the hack he I Ii I A OF Help your K.by l>\ I11Ii i
hesitate to trust his money along j began But Secretary John Denham anH doubly disputed In "1o.7et'U things" I ,

with! theirs. i j Hashing the officer over the head '! i! ,Mixture of Harbarlr Splrndor Uncle William dug Into one and tool I { () ;

-- ----- :' and shoulder with the nounces that by order of President I mill Suaalor In lloiuba>. a mouthful His comment was: "Got L! I'1
% whip, cutting
COME to think of it, Pensacola's'': John C. Avery, a meeting will be I Bombay Is a city of surprise?. withIalr.'ps Hah!" ...BUFFALO BRANDIT
1 gashes lurks flesh and continuing i in
excellent! base \hall team
habrought j
I particoloml and covered
held May 14. Wonder if they will ; with
a great many people: here: to .fe their this way until Mr. Perkins put iron j tracery os delicate as lace work caves Too Optlml.tlr. IS Till HIs
, ? :, and all leave again employ the band to drum up a ]! and dark ho\els cl.'e "Everything into w Licb Le put money '
ame comers -omI e on llerrel's wrist Herrel was not by rows of open I"I>'t your Habjr H( : ,
ml'ntThfo ba-e ball team should crowd.n I gold cutter's art side< by side with th* seems to have turned out wroI! I body el-e'!> '
yet to beoutdjne and tried to eve wonder what the trouble s'ari'"
tieencuura/{rd. I __ I j little pimps, the choicest PiM-elmeris of -
1 yet get a chance to i the betel "He has persistently Insisted on making
get away. As he j jt |i nut and common grain mrr'j -
I In these days of high political molehill out of mountain in l'vnI'
U j a a
WE have had to chants, a
change a A.A.AA.A.A.AAAA'
; our opitI t- pulled and fHedIr.. Perkins' arm I II stubbornly fanatical race isPing
l Jon of the vegetarian.: We once con- I Ii temperature,.:, politicians would do'I'! wlio literally and In tens of thflulalllsdie ..siderlng ot.lotacll's-Cblcago PostDYSPEPSIA

idreil him a't'Q' tooli-h fellow j i' was twi-ted in some way and was 't well to buy season cold drink tickets the most awful of alll deaths rather! J Pong >

y ] broken jut below the elbow. !iI than allow thi "III1 '1'-UIl" ;
but now he !seem to be the only i Thpain 8''' at Louie Anderson's. Louie will j j < ferlnpee! tutOIl'h > j
i person who can gaze in serenity was greatnd the officer misht I dying body or his corps < Base Ball .
Irtve his parlors open to the rublictlJlt1orrow Tim is the "cruz" of the pla; e aiin- ,
on the: antics of the beef tru.t.t have fared bt:1IhaJ: it not been for > I I mission. <
I .! The sufferers cannot be made I
night and he says he will']
}' : : the arrival of Oilcer Davenport, 1 to t illeve that their religious rites will To suffer from Dyspepsia mean* < Tennis Rackets,
-A1.OI.IA.houldliberallyp i- 1, not treat the Myer- men any more be rosiM-cU-d. that your tomac.'j i i. too weak to
t tronize home nutu-tries. An infantindustry who forced the nejjro; to subclit.i 1
i coldly than he will the: Heard men Three and four years ago :! art caws properly li/et the food taken Tennis Balls
I L that should be fo-tered i itlie iAbout I the time Officer Davenporti' r' occurred daily In Rumba}' alone. The into itVhar' : you need} i* Ho >
and the Lamar
" Bulfalo Baking Powder men. Everything TE1TEI ; SlOMAi II UiriKKS.: :
arrived Herrel took from :Mr. Per- hotels! were empty, the shops shut the the bet m..cI"ine < Golf & Golf >
Bat it I N 'i will be cold Louie's but in th world Supplies,
already a lusty chap and i-' at the coffee 'people who could had fh'r1,
no one was to Dt'
I kins his curd iNDKiKSTIOV.
I revolver, and a man in his, I Ii di'EI'SiA. : s *
rvwlng into prominence by in own cakes and the welcome within : sera In the silent! streets, but here and I.V-OMMA. NKKVol'SN-KS-

leavening power. i condition would certainly have used: hU doors. < there a prostrate l.'dy, silently and 1 In ABU :\MAI.AKI. HE-I! KK i" < Whitely Exercisers, >

.: THK: battleship Alabama: silver it. i Ii i i! the S : darkness tight It has removed.been and What not OUT an even unequal THY ITHOSTETTER'S 1 3 Clubs & Dumb Bells, [
As Herrel
began to beat Mr.
I. : t-ervu-e c"inmi-riim halet the con-1 i Thi political campaign has put a now. There is the same mad resistance:

if ; : tract w Z.Ht..k of Mobile f..r $:'kMnl.> with the whip the drunken occupant '1 j lot of people guessing. Last night to all restoratives when administered STOMACH Birri-RS. < Edison Phonographs, >

i ii'p! to have the service !, ; of the hack fell out by 'Infidel hand" < >
.4 some
1 j ju, -t outride the door at Reilly's a'
;. ready fur pre-entatiou this -uinmer. i\ wI'eniiacolacordially ay and vanished. Their names are '': :, The great Parsee Towers of Silence'! 4 Phonograph Music, >
''! friend of mine stood with a worried !! were rated to their greatest eaten

I t .a r' >iou to make the invite presentation the comais known and they will po-ibly be ar- look and knitted brow. The left;'j Curried; to the fates of the crllle or t :1.1 'r.t\\R1\\ GEORSt j Bicycles and Tires, J

Ii rented today. i i'sloping jrrldirt'n, the bodies were him ..
t: here. 'hand was raided and four .
1 fingerswere rledly rolled on to it, the nttt'ndnnhf'll <
Herrel Fishing Tackle >
I was too drunk to be tried ,
tII\U: Indians m California pointing upward while the for their lives and Instantaneous'yclosed !
eat 1 <
I this morning, and ,-eemto be sleep the pates. The hordes of cultures I >
clover it I were tightly clo-ed. He tn
a ; they eat as animals do. i was
I ing too heavily to recognize did their ghastly! work, and in 1 < For Anything You
This suggtion is ottered a-, an an- i 1 any- daintily touching first one then the three minutes not '
I \estlge of ski .
tidote to the beef tru other of muscles/ J
these four fingers with the or remains on the pleaui- Want go to I

men, women and children in the chanrfsajpinst; ; him in the city court fore linger of the right hand. Then fog bones which drop and drop Into

clover fields eating the fragrant and two in the county court. Tl e I j the bottomless! pit U-low. Not infr.- < >
f, t hras by the handfuls is beautiful' \he would clo-e down two of the four, quently! small! bones drop from the mon-

; to contemplate. t charges: eu'.brtce: a=*ault* \\ithfi-t, !!: raise them, then close down two 'scour carrions' claws into passing carriages. FB. Brueej

I __ pi-tu1 and whip, cursing, drunk andre ''other The Krahmatis and IIimUHs are l 4 .
*, (
making a*
combiuation a
I t' Is the many .,, j burned and <
course of a few month* =i-ting seer-s. One of the charges '. the Mohammedans) are !mrled. >
I. ... as po,:sible. 1 So.
POinethinx done to end the truly. Bombay is hemim-d inby

war in the }Philit{ pines, and in >evsral of a sault was made h}' a girl whomhe 'What on earth are you doing?" I n great city of the d"aJ.-I'etro t J 15 8. Palafox. [

months more S'imethiug el-e ', beat jut previuuto his arrest. asked."Go'way. Free I'resa.

"1 r will be tried few months later : -- --- "VVVVVVVVYVY
, ; a another heat ee
lathers! Mmhert-I :5lotlien! ; Don't bother me now You of ', !{ JJIt's
: move will be made. By tin-1 1 I any one usjns.' 7 ;
Him many children are at tbis KCH OII IferibliMiiil ,, I've a difficult problem to soles.Uou't :Foley'" Honey and Tar and not be I .. .
I time all the native men, women and > rimcuimtfd, with bad 1001'b inx ati-fipd. W. A. Ii', lernbrte, ; --_:. -
t I' children will be exU-rmintted under i I tiers and hfBilm'h lorchll'.'" c..t POI"- II i you err I'm btl-f?" 1'Jl.S. Palafox tfl'H. I .. .
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order number Km and there will ) Hr* present they will certa.uly remove "But what i i.; it?" I insisted I I -- -- i Mistake t .
tb wn. At nil drlllI'lH"I .
a I'-Itlupl. \.
:, be no more war. IllxllritelIl;.:. l1drrHl1rn 5. Olm.t..d. "Whyman: can't you set? Iain'i : NOTICE.The 'i .
1-fKoy, :N.Y.HELLO

-- I II i trying to figure out which two of the General Nesrothbl" Iintruments d -. "'- <.:.: _... .
fOVKKNOK jFhrKK-ox: I\VIi ofArkaix.n : |First-Class Western Beef Is r .,.9',.. to,____
CI I I It I* that YOU LOl'IE < Law, now in force in the state --J-; ..
two I ,
two shall
t l having; heard during a What' the matter with I vote for arepre- of Florili, provide that "
rl"'l I next :>atur- paper to fa- .
Not 25
_ & ( t'ut'i* t in Ma-uchu
I expressions of sympathy for the : 'Wl: now aId leave me alone with j! twelve o'clock noon, on that d iy.i .

p, ; poor oppressed negro of the south NOTICE. i' .Saturday bein< recoirniz'-d aa Look at our Prices: \ t.
I i my toed itrrti'ns. half holiday in ace .rdance
and desiring to !live the people of iI I!, the above La-t ,'''ar. NowExtra fl. ;

,, Ma.ai'5)uett an opportunity to reform There: will be a meet..j I.i THE POLITICIAN. other cities, and where thepeneral the cu-tom i ii Loin ... .. loc to )ibc Nc l I' 1
i,, ins; "' Mt. Horeb It. above-men- !hr; I
; and care for thi portion of our e .\. Chapter No. Ij; Friday I --- tinned law te i in exi-trtice, the bank; Brisket and Chuck- loc .. ....
in K \II(hKib '
.,1 population. hI" lIa. pardoned .\udrt'wThomp..on. c evenmir. Snh. at j:;{ j..|I Holds. ('p a ContfresMiian, thicity will hereafter.pommenc, Roast l Vic .. /
II : tug; with ::;aturd.tla 10. -
o clock. I\tO'r'!, -
l a negro sentenced to a Iv rdsr of H. P. "At the end of the campaign." clojfe on Saturdays at twelve o'clock. Ramp l lot 1 lie .,.......; .

tf"I three years' imprisonment on condition \V. E. write Champ Clark, Mi*.ouri' First N'ltionarBink. Considering quality above prices
( A'IIEK"i>\.
l'' that he take up his reideucein : : brilliant congres-man, "from overwork By F. C. BKK.NT. are cheaper than in any other city o t. OUR WAITERS
-ecreury. i nervoutension, lo**; of sleep thi. size in the country. WAIT.
h' pi, and become a citizen of Ma" achusetts. and con-taut: 1 i President We d' have
'lltl-a peaking: had about Citizen National Bank, to pay more: for our j
1 ;,i I' It thinking moving utterly collapsed. It seemed that all'I Bv. L. HILTON SRKE.N, meat, :and have to charge more Noi 01 P. 1'\TItUS:'.

the organ m my body were out of I l'rt--idtnt. than formerly, but it i-n't i our fault. <
'1 r / kindly Take Notice that Kly'Lujutd -J see Harry Hallmark or call phone order but three bottles! of Electric American Niti'-nal' Bank, and we are selling It'lllw as we po-<- h.Ti.fff-rvice desired here M all t1..: i
t Cream la tin i-of benefit Bitter? made *ie all right. It's thee ibly can.
great: 2.11 and let tim By W. C.I i quote you price. 11 bet all-round dining room ,
medicine It r..rt.I,1' '
I : to those ?utlerers from uat -al : ever sold I're. .
over a druogi t's PARLOR MARKET p"ii.ted and well uU-J t" tl.. ,' !-
catarrh who cannot inhale freely! has the best spoon floats in the counter. Over -- -, ..f I
t .{ through! the nos-e, but mu-t tre.it city. worked, run-dnwn men and weak, I 'I time Individual Ilr the!) f "' .
b { sickly Honey and Tar contain* Phone 13. ..1111. *. Hell \ I ,idi** receive I
tliemsrlve? by "rra 'IIIi:. Liquid I will repair watches women /gain splendid health: : !So n", special ait"i.ti": i
your aDd .
i Cream Balm differs in form but not Jewelry in f r -t-hm and vitality from Electric: fritter n" opiates and can safely: be !given v -purat- table.

I I medicinally: from the Cream Bilm Stephens.f style. J, I Try them. Only' 50c. Guiranteed by to children. W.-\. D'Alemberte, TJROPOSALS A : will be received: at Our food 1*, of iurpa-'ii/ .' '

that i-tood tor year: at the head o \V.: A. D'Altmberte. 121 South Pal lil :;. Palafox street. the Bureau Suppli":, and Account quality.

I remedies for catarrh. It may be afoxserer.. I -- Xavy Department. Washing Charges< moderate.
ton, D. C., until I: o'clock
: used in nasal :atomizer. "The Headache noon .May
I any : HELLO! I-* that YOU LOUIE 13, H*#, and
:? The
publicly 20th
L rrice, including a praynu tube i i. Elegant china closets opened nn. Century
,bets. Sold b\'llru.:.:i-!? and mule r..l'Iu-nt'!: >?. s. irt< roach, ronnipa- What's the matter win uex: satar-. mediately thereafter, 'to furnish at1''

I rid Ely Brothers' ; Warren :-'t.. New tin:) a.d all liver .> ire cured ty sideboards and leather- day as the opening day the Navy Yard, Pen=acol:1. Fla.. a KcMnurant rO)

York. quantity of machinery and tools.
__ Hood's Pills seat chairs at Marston 9Quina's. : Water coolers that do not Blank proposals will be fninihdupon
HELLO IS that YOU Phm .
LOUIEVhat's :? The .,n-irri-j! ,' s..n.a..ti application: to the Navy: Yard. a 171
\ the matter with next Saturday SScf.ts fii .1' :.. .r'yn-ailof I Price I Low prices; easy waste ice, at the Willis Penacou.' Fli.. <>r to th* Hureau.
i t a* the opening day! C I. Hocd.i L we Mass. A. :S. KENNY. I' ,. ??, .>,r (;"fIt "n' Pearl & Nicolau
t payments. Hardware Co.'s. r. 3. .V. I-a r'-ij4uj'oaVtw
t Yitt i :229:!J S. Pabfox -:.


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t'J.'fOSHEE,Vlce.President. ; F.M.C.E.HORTON CLARK Asi't Cashier Cashier.; I

Con.ciori.aoci Statement of' the FINED $25 Wednesday, May 14th, .$ r'rli

1 I I ,

PEHACOL.FLORIDA FOR CONTEMPT t.et Sixth Anniversary t' I

(From Report to Comptrolltr.)
-OF THE- .; r
RESOURCES. Christine Bozeman, a dissolute

. ..... ........ .. .. .. $447,677.03 Capital Stock ....LIABILITIES... ... .. .... .. .... .... 200000.00 woman, was arrested last night for : .1
I . ... .. .. ... ...... ... .. til.b! .W Surplus Fund... .. .... .... .... .. .. .. .. .... 10,000.00 loitering about the streets. During .BOSTON SHOE STORE. I #
",. . ...... .... .. ... .... NW.74:; Net Profits ...... .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .... .... 64E0.76: . j
T. t\\ 1"UPrt'Ulium.! .. .. .. .... ..... &JJ.:50.(>0 Circulation Outstanding.... .... .... .. .. 74,200.00 I her incarceration at the city jail: she u...... } l
std Fixtures: .... ...... .. .. .. .... 6.718.48 Deposits .. .. .. ...... .... ... ..... ...... ..... 358,637.70 i seems to bare secured some cocaine ,
.' ; ... .. .... .. .. ... .. .. .... .. 608.06 Dividends Unpaid...... ...... ... ...... .. .. 15.00 TO THE PUBLIC! i
:.xt'tine. ..... ...... ... .. ..... 124,143.20; Rediscounts..... ..... ...... ...... .... .... 82,750.00 I' and used the drug to such an extent I
-- that she was quite silly at the time We want to thank you for your liberal support and patrouajre duringthe I
I729.1&U6} H29,9 3.46 past six year and for the success we have had, which enables u+ to I
j; ;p-ue1 for business October ZI: 1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give \ the police court was called to order. give you the most complete line of Fine Footwear at Reasonable Price J I I t i
i -mpt. courteous and careful attention. :1 When a fine was imposed on a carried in Western Florida. To make this Anniversary one long to be remembered i

Interest Paid on Time Deposits. I i prisoner the Bozeman woman by you, I j ,

laughed outright and would not *, -Wednesday, May 14th, from 8:30: a. m. to 6 p. m..-@ i I

B. H FAIRCHILD, THAT keep quiet when warned. The We will Bell ANY SHOE in the Store at 25 |>t-r rut !le.... than tt' nl.trlirirr I
HILL DIXIE CUN .CLUB'SSPLENDID mayor instructed that she be taken Remember the hours-not a minute sooner or later-will them
,. r ox.: .STE sr prices be offered. We have all the latest styles in Ladies', )fi*+tlind l :
downstairs and locked up, but as she Children's Footwear. f I

jg EAST ROVANA STREET. TRUCK HOUSEGreat SCORES reached the steps she laughed again. I: Thanking you again for your liberal support aud patronage, we are :

,, Furniture ,yours! for :Shoes: only, '
t ", Rtfnishing a j,| She was brought back per IayorJones' ,

S, ft ,alt,. progress;: has been made The regular weekly shoot of the instructions, who imposed a BOSTON SHOE STORE I

Phono -ion. within the past few days on the new Dixie Gun club took place at the fine of $23 for contempt of court. ,

I 1 truck house on East Hill, and the Kupfrian park traps yesterday ,. Trial on the other charge againsther
K. WHITE i Leaders of Low Prices. 117 South Palafox Street.
R. will be held
contractor as well the I tomorrow.
as firemen afternoon
: and some splendid i scores !I I I .

i ? Mauufai'luring Jeiuleri tire very happy in anticipation of the were recorded. In the individual This woman has a fine education I .

i aduatr Optician, building's; early occupancy.The shoot for badges: at i 50 blue rocks, land I, i is an honor graduate of thp Don't Let Your t 1

.1,.' \t t Pea.arolaI& frame work of the house i-3 in W. K. Robinson won first: badge, celebrated school for colored people J e& / Carriage Run Downfor i

position, and general idea of the future killing 48 birds, and \'. J. Vidal won ,, at Tuskeee.! She i is a lave to the want tlf little repair.: T.''kfti III ,
j cocaine and cigarette habit.
appearance of the place can second on a score of 40. In the team -- time, tho cost may: 1.1. trlflw!!. "A 1
I t word to the wi i.. iuilicient.V .
now be obtained. shoot at 25 blue rocks, Robinson'steam ': For Over SIXty Years
do carriage und wagon rep) tiring in
NOTi S : defeatedid.Ll's team by two MRS. WINSLOW'S I"OtlTHISI'Rrl': hat, all its branches, at lowed prices f
been used for
SEWS over sixty years by mltllonsulnutbtrstorlhelrcbndren
and warrant: all work to lietriftly
; < while tetthme.
N. COLORING'SNO. birds but Vidal
made the best individual .

I with perfect tuccehs. It soothes the child firstcia"Iak.: 'urv,-IIf'Ie equal
softens the llulll .allaYsalll'alO.cor..s wind 1
score-24. The individual to new in durnt'ilitjr
I colic,and Is the best remedy fur l'l..rrbo..a appearance '
-- ---"'-"'- It will relieve the poor little sul'errr 1m- and motion. Jobbing promptly x"- 1
3 SALOON scores were: i mediately. Bold by UruKKists in every cart U cutet!.
( r.derelU matinee c
I W. K. Robinson ... .. .. .. ... ..4s; of Be the sure world.you ask Twenty-live for"M rs.Winslow's cents a bottle.Soothing Best Nurse !Sheer: always ready.

i V. J. Vidal: .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .4 6 Byrup. and take DO other kind.
I J. l[ Milliard & (Co.
t II a full Ihiti-p at' X. ioldmg the popular and :, J. M. Muldon .45; (J>""'It-r- ,

,:this :Saturd.ty at' hurtling saloon man: has purchasedthe : 15. Forbes.44; ; RATHBONE SISTERS. Xo. M Hast (Judenot.: t

i A. :S.:: 1'inuey.41 Magnolia :\0.t
I Temple Rathbone
i building ju=t opposite the Union i I I, --
..: by buying Shoe,. '1)1. .\. Dubui--on.41 :Sifters. Regular meeting Friday t

"(, -tore'-. auuivtr4 depot and alongside of Frank ( eo. T. Morgan .. .... .. .. .... .-10 j|i afternoon, May 9), at ::3U o'clock. NAVAL JjTOKKS! MAKKKT.llfportMl Till 8ANTA: IUS\ !i
Wilde's Sl'ltF UAlIIIM: tit: +cutl.l"' Ilyllt
and will
'. 4 t. restaurant convert I T. E.Velle: ?.;)!) I Initiations and other very important flatly for The Newi by

:" .i rush for seats at I i' it into an up-to-date saloon with the I, (ieo. W. Turton.. .... .. ... .. ...:36\ business. Every member requested Union Naval SiorfuCo. lathing in the warm rill waters la I'

cluck 'popular and catchy name "XumbEr.1100n. F. E.ISrawuer.'J._, to attend. B08I5. conceeded to h" the rlne't in the
-- .tt ;{ MinorHe > .
there ;3 S. ." The team cores were as follows: i;: MKS. F. E. UKAWNEK, WW _... ..... $te i Hwa. ........ .....ar? world. Enrythilll for plea-ure with
'Ii : early. 1 .... :are, li. ......... ma': I Hood board and It d 'iog
I I.rj Mr. ioldring now owns the "Fir UOHI.NsO.YS na l. I Miss EIUTH OORK. M. E. C. N _.... ..... .... S 25 1............... .... 15 safety. ; ,
.f public workwill | M. R. 1'\\. M .. ... 2 S5 E. ..... .... .* 1 o the dayorw.'ek. l.ullch..nlllrnlUrtIy
.._ .. ...... ..... ... .. I served all hour, night.
meeting at i:3U:\:: :and Last Cnance" on Palafox wharf Robinon i K. .m. S! 4.1 1)t ... i is at day .r :
regular ; 23 I!i ..._ ... ..... ..... I5 C below ..... I 15 CIIAKLKS H. Itrit'lo\, I
r afternoon.. There l H no j' ;and the "Two Cronies" on West Muldon 21 1Piuney 1 Iteiealg a Great itecrrt. 8HBIT8 TrltPK%TIlU-U. 2m-tf Manager.:

bu-intss to be It is often asked how such i,
y I rnpurtant: Hill. 23Turton !: : startlingcures -- ---- -
ted. j 19\ that puzzle the best physiciansare
I The "X umber :3 :Saloon" will befitted effected by Dr. King's Xew Dis- Seasonable household All kinds of chairs and 1

UnKtii'.e :Store Nathan (1.toter. out with modern saloon fixtures Dubuison;; :!:iTotal !I!. cover for Con-mnptiun. Here's the and kitchen utensils at the rocking chairs at Marston 'i'tc5' !
I! secret. It cuts out the phlegm and
will cele-
: iirnjTiKor. | and will he in
up-to-date Prices
every I i'III.L'S germ infected mucus, and lets thefegiving Willis Hardware Co.'s. << Qaina' are very !.
It. sixtli! lit
auniver-jry May< re-pect. li
enrich and vitalize low.
', hue iu bows j '- -- -- -- \ TKAM.: I I.idal. oxygen "SxOJLHTOItIJL.
any the : at the blood. It heals the inflamed u ,I
:tit di-couiit. Tlitir new j I I"Ul I ATLANTA TO HAVE NEW DAILY. \. 21 I cou h-worn throat and lung. Hard I

tells all abut it. iI i' -. Forbes 23Welles i I'colds and stubborn coughs oon Bean the Ite Kmd Yea Pa'e A a1fS Bxe"J
I II Publication Will Begin as Soon as Machinery yield to Dr. King's Xew Discovery, .
I Hand-( ." had a royal j jurterly I 20.the most infallible remedy for all Signature 'i/l l ldt
meeting : Can Be Installed Morgan.. ... .. .. 21 1ISrawner and Lung diseases. Guaranteed f
e'I' Atlanta.
May S.-\
company was 19Total. bottles oil c and $1.00] Trial
i ttoHfcach, but as or-.-ant/. tI 1 Y"'I..rtla} to publish "The bottles free at W. A. D'Alemberte's, The man who owns hi4 own" I;:.me
absent on account Atlanta -I I 121 insures hiuipelf against lots of "
I' New S. which I is to be an S 107Aso. Mouth Palafox street.
died of the .. trouble and worry Ni.ln.dy\ can: 1
report I pap.1 < M paper. It will make! itsalgearanle -- "
Garden raise his rent and the rent day ,KH
i": olJtail1 dt Thinetut II i tools in endless :
I as soon as na Your
nertssary I Driller for.Mlrn'nl'ooc-KaHe: no terrors fur him. hsea-y: to owna
: the chowder rhint-rj! tan lie obtained.: I A powder for the t..t. It cures Bwol11'n.sore.: variety and at rock*bottom Il/ .I home now-a-day! > Thos. C. ,r
v \ u.'l! l the jauiboluya I Is John Temple Graxt-s. the well known Hol.l'Hllout, Achlo :!\\tHtmn: t'.t.l.orn' prices at the Willis hardware r4lht Watson & Co. can HI you how

tins jurisdiction. I orator: and l 1.-
flii.-f of th.- n"pap"r; Charles Panifl. -
'.n tiled in the ollice TDIt21L.: : .
I IIJdait:1.ditor.. and J. Fran RAISES-COLUMN you want a nice present to
give t t.rd '
Y't H,110 A
J :.uiiis-i at T.illilu-ee: : WIND OF Bean the Al+s3g.1J
to a and look
KfoU liu.siiifss mana f'r. The staff olj; go through/ the dr. i
111e and Nushville elegant line of suitable articles at BputtnCdnrateTonr 4-<
the paper L,'}on.l these heads of dpartmrnts e I 01 +
-: ..Mtvuit; a uui-t the I WATER TWENTY FEET HIGH J. Stephens!!, you surely can fine "
has not yet been announcedThf
... I something to please!' you. If ;you
<>f the internal iut.J t
; t-ttx-KhoMers! of the TPW ('om.Jlany ___- want anything in the Diamond line Itnwtli till C...r.rrts.
IIf Florid The I held a martins yesterday after I be sure to see him before you bay A llan ndSofe Gas Ran ei. Candy Cathartic[ cure cintiipvion fnrever. it ,
All unu-ual witnessed tOe.:Kc.:: If C.C C fad drucl!obi,r. tutu*,movt.
? ab-f I.t. III) iletuiU of : thing was
I noon and a< reptt-d the charter rrc-f ntljb .
I liI,- I\'t'n out for pulili- ranted > the Fulton! superior rovirtard at Mucogee wharf by a number oft Marston $ Quinn are sole i is the pride! a well ordered kitchen.

ireturn.. ThMi-teiiM-t td ()!ii'I : .direttoik of the eompanwire ; people about 3 o'clock yesterday af agents for the celebrated' It i, clean and neat and is not onl\ SAM KEE'S 1 i
f toe -uit, however I is ..1..t..1 as follows I Odorless refrigerators
ternoon. The wind was blowing ,
: .. :.tie, of < ami the perfection of usefulness I,
w aulp[ PresidentViltfr! P. Andre'irE; and
s: | absolutely guaranteed
f hard at that time and small or
I I w4 K pretty a

if stuiii li .\. be ill 1'1\" ,'I John p..siJ..nt.Temple L. J.Gloves anlfl l;: business f'rl'tor.1It.chit'f man,,, I whirlwind started down the dock ,: money refunded. ._ economy a* well as comfort, but an ...New Laundry. .. i I

MinuirN tat I acer and treasurer. J. Yank Her k; 1 aud came towards the water getting: Thos. C. Watson & Co., ornament: a+ well. There is no 1!INE Il

wh.it. I'.iiiikiller will !| managing editor and s< cr..tary. CbaIanlrl !v; larger as it advanced. When it reach the leading Real Estate Agents, take modern l.lb.r.avluappliance that \\' 1 IJUILDINO l
J dire all the otf the shoulders of the j .
i H H-ive :a bottle HI the i : -tors. Walter P. Andrews, worry
ed the water the section of the air
the be
L..1. manage cau the
-Milt: u-e. a..tt will save i DuaM. John Temple Grates l.i I compared to utilization of NORTH
|renting of their houses PALAFOX STREET t
.r- "f -nlI'Timr.: Watch out Frank funnel that the col HH
Bt-ck. Charles was so great the water
: Daniel John S j jI
id .iK r doe.. nut "I'll'U I lection of their rents! as ci>n" >ien- ;ga< a" applied with a Gas R.iu>re.
.. i-ithe: great reputation an of i|j Owens and John \V Zub r. I I was raided in a great column fully \tiously as they would themselves. ?'
i I IVrry Dixi.' has iti-j twenty feet in the air. Their charges are very rf'a"ondble.Foley's lni.lov| <- i,. pro .L' to try to makefll. :!' HKLLO! IS that YOU LOnE? I Pen$acola! Gas; Co .. .... i .r
!oo s'.iido bl' "ju-t as i What's the matter with next :Satur- Honey and Tar ,, .1.1.1. \\.ik. I .'
the ? What Thin Polls Sf',1I I -i.
_' ntiine. day a-s opening day I
i colds
---- I !I.> a greater power of digesting; and pneumonia. No. 3 S. Palifox St., Pensacola. Fit., GIVE HIM A TRIAL. I ),:

I:" th.lt'or LOl'IK' We will launder your spreads for,1.I I I .i- imilatlIgf..od.\ For them Dr. ---- -- -- '.
with Saturday. I 15 each aud make them looklike ] ---
n.ttter next cents King's New Life fills work wonders
!wog .' I l u w. Star Laundry.t:4t' I They tone and regulate the digestive:' &EBSHS2S25H 5HSHSS5H SH SHn 1
all .................. ( '
I organs gently: expel poisons from
/2 .................
.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. j tthe system, enrich the blood im ill .
'0 '0 .
... ... ... ...
;: :. .. .. .. .. .. .. ................. prove"appetite, make healthy flesh.! $ Attention ?* : .
I Only i'C. at W. A. D'Aleinherte's. 5 Attention ." :
.j 121 South Palafox street. p : .
....Al...** !!
e I : Housekeepers : j !i.!
> HELLO! I* that YOl' LOnE? .

I What's the matter with next Saturday .................... a L. .. ,
'SOLCAHN&CO'S2YOU as the: opening day? \ ...............
C5 aEPs
IF YOU ARE sa5a5aE



the next ten days I will sell Towels and Table Damasks I I l

J..SM1THF1ELDHAMS..J5, I [ = you any article now in stock at a II

di-rouiit of 25 per cent from the rejr- I

ular price. Think of it-you will I
_. .. 1 Wednesday Thursday and
-- : : :::
diamond Friday.
.--- .. ave fio on a rinjr or pin. 1
: ,0 .. where at regular price it would cot
50 dozen 17x32 All Linen Huck
4$ and the best of exeryliiinjr generally ... $1110. :See ; you ave ";> cents onevery Towels, / I l

dollar's worth you buy. Now : Regular $1.50 tI.oo QOZ.

kept in a First-Class Grocery Store. i* the lime to huy your diamond* or Quality, .
= 1
!I watch or any other article iu stock 50 dozen 18x34 All Linen Huck Towels

.FLORIDA AGENTS.. very cheap. Call and examine $1 I
... .. dOl :
;ood5. Remember this! offer is for Regular $2.00 Quality .50 i.I.
f ton TIIK only ten day-. No trouble show 1 : ;
to. 50 dozen 20x38 Half Linen
I J. I. STEP11ENS.Ill ; Towels t"
poods. : i
9 Vita! Springs Mineral Water. ( South Palafox street. $ .50 QOZ.Half t :

J i Special for this Sale '
------ k The finest line of sterling: silver

; Candies found pood at and J.silver I. :Stephen; novelties. Prices is to be to Bleached Table Damask 35c yard I| A Good Red Damask 25C yard

Agency Nunnally's =|j| I please all. Unbleached Table Damask 25c yard Glass Toweling & Crash 5 to aoc yard 1 I r '', .

t v.rner' Palafox and Intendencia Streets. k\ Marston $ Quina carry .< Fine German GLASS BLEACHED Table Damask-Napkins

k the largest line of matting, to Match v<

0 '"one) 1 178. ..< *."* Pensacola Fla. \ \rugs\ window shades, etc.,

":\ ....................., .. ..........-.k. ... in the cityWe lay our W. J. & ,
.9.......,...,.. .. .. .. ...-... matting (ue. B.'i s


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. \\11 iL i t HE HAD A BIG HEART. I

\, 1 i i VJ An Old Miner Who -a. Hark MISS ROSE OWENS

{ II; ti ",, '.111'. Ideal Gentleman. I ,
\ r1t "The finest gentleman I ever knew," No. 720 Seventeenth St. WASHINGTON D, C

::1}!1 said Mark Twain in a chat with a re .

j porter one day "was an old California "If every suffering woman If y u art a .
l miner wso could barely write his! own has the same experience with man we W. a..
; name. He was a forty-niner and lies Wine of Cardui that I had that \\'In.' uf < ar

and his partner bad struck it rich In your medicine will be most hih toO ;.>" : '

1.14;I I the early! days. The old man had neither popular. About a year ago .a+ it f..1.:
1 I began to have a worn out G IP' at.' di'!:} tti.i
had worked
chick child and he
t Q i t, 'r .
$J tired feeling with lassitude > -
; hard all his life, and when he dd .ir"li' "f s:11''r -. ..
ij"I 1 pains in the back and: head ;
I ;pet his! money he hardly knew: what to which kept increasing every t.} our I-t li'-t i. .

1.fJ'I 1 do with it. month. I felt that I needed yartiueut. Tu-. I
I 1 6' t: SKaN DISEASES' "lItdId; not try to Jucp into society something, but to get the ,)[,<,n..1 hr l per-

J 1 gi. If or to push his way with the 'bi:; M- right medicine was the trouYou B w Oaw.. tent to etv- a.i
I: twos tlit-re. He continued; to lire with ble. I finally decided on Jones :ucuriin. i r
fro Tine of Cardui and only needed to .; !the aivice which wan; fr, v
" he had associatedi your
If t '' > whom
bt' re
l" take three bottles when I was fully re- her by the La,he*' A-Ui-. nI .
\. ij fi'' al The skin is provided with millions of little pores : % I i I with all his life; and many an act of covered." I uient. MI-OWPHS+ wu; cur a w.

ht.; and glands invisible to the natural through n kindness! was done, many a wanderingj : \ Miss Rose Owens, who I 1, alvice by}just buving a il 'f) .
yet .
lI j I and father sated, m'nny a sorrow Wine of CarJai from L.'r Jr! ;:J' '
I (: these tiny outlets the larger part of the deadly matter d lJhp' I', lag;; woman's burden lightened and her [IDllE Government a responsible position service in at I takmsr titecr.'a we.llmr.; 4

/ ft.. If that daily collects ia the body IS carried off. But nature 1: home Lr: hlt'n.1 by an unknown donor Washington, D. C., decided to vacy of her house.o 'i i .r-

r wl.ioe: identity with the old man Wine of Cardui, she made a wise ;1 animation, treatment i r 301. '
try .
x intended that of acid
never poisons an irritating or j hue
ei1r.U r. :\
I was only known to a few. 1 i choice. Over a million women have I .'eta a'bePnrelievedoffemaleweaknessbythts
" if : character should be eliminated through the skin the Liver and their natural 1 cured"women hate; .. !- '
I Kidneys being "It was tliflerent with the partner '' : '; enough to h'nd:1 I to tl..:. r: .
.f I outlets, and it is when these important organs fail to perform their functions that these acid He had a wife and two daughters with sameVine of 'ardui. It is nut a nl of suJenrgi1August
1 medicine but be taken
I. absorbed into the blood and find their the of sec.I :i';>irttjous. and after a wholeI j ji strong;; may everyday ,
surface the
:' poisons are way to body through the in the war by any woman with M K*:). Mrs.V H
1 i I I t of and hauling, and hf\'lnj. I II
.R: and glands of the skin, producing intense itching and burning inflammation andswelling i pushing" :; benefit. It does not force results! but of Caiueron Mo I writ.
; pores lauded iu 'leil'ITJ.t'
i they expense corrects d'-raniri'ments of the menstrual **I suffered: terribly at mocth! c-
t and eruptions of every conceivable size, shape and character. j was too nim-h of a drain on the bust organs. I It strengthens the nen :ii for three years. I would sometimesysteu ...

? a." Skin Diseases dl.r"1 characteristics and degrees of intensity. band's purse, and he speculated with rites tone"to the bodily fir, seven months with; no flow at *.
y I the inevitable! outcome. He lost his entro turns, a tj directly in the trni'4i I I1 have my health back agun *
I ,I Red and angry looking spots break: out upon some part of the body with a mass of small furtunv and then shot him ,ef.! organs, and H the tnpt tonic fur w r | expecting to be confined: in T.tr.

l e pustules or blisters f: ,,-n which is discharged a clear or straw colored fluid, which dries and | Then it was that the true pentlene.-s of men known t., the science cf u.edicine: :1 cannot praise your medicine ec t

flakes off in bran-like particles: and scales er f inns into hard and painful sores and scabs. the "Id! man showed" 1t>,,,I!. The widf '
[ ; The skin often hardens and dries, cracks: and llccils"" from the effects of the fiery acids < and her daughters; had no one toturn WINE CARDVI ti''f: .': r.
f k to but him. and he did not dlsap o U\\\\ ; : .f :
1 which the Llocd is continually: ,tolut them. lIe saved their L-tnie! f.>r

throwing. Pimples, b'.aJ: : Cttinwa, Iowa, April 10, 1901. them when everything else! went under

a a f' In 1883 I trcke cut with Eczema head the hammer and he maintained -
heads and blotches are evidences on my legs and arms. Thlit'd

blood which has Cedars treated me for about two years without giving relitf. I ant them In! all the regal style to whu'i'! THE NEW GROCERY STORE
' '
kl ? they were accustomc-d although; be
tried various cl",:meets sops and washes, but these did lie lie gtotf.I .
4 inflamed and clogged the still Iin'l1ln his old lodes lnbs. liein..1 - -- .
l pores. I :! o \
finally quit taking medicine as the physician said the dlieasa fail
1 d Ion; enough toe both of the girls
Skin Diseases
I ; ; being dependent fcfi.svfc chror.:: &r.d i incurable. Havleg endured this tormenting malady well married and the mother carefully

1 upon the same cau._es require 0 tart 16 l yrs, I dettrsiited to make aicther effort!! to pet rid ,f Hand settled for life. Then be died Iu a WILL MOVER

S' the same treatment which must began S. S. S. In July: 1300 and continued It until November, will charity hospital in San Francisco. He

be constitutional and not external.Nothing 1 discovered, ts my surprise aed joy, that not a spot eouU be feud 01 had spent every penny he owned on Keeps a Complete, First-Class Up-to-Date StJCk

the my tedy, which before had hen alateit covtrtd with the eruptiin. the family of Us partner."-St. Louis

applied locally to It has new been nearly a year since the disease disappeared, but net Hi-public. i i of Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries.No. .

1 + inflamed surface can bring much a an;: tf it has ever returned: and I an satitfltd the cure Is pennant

relief. The disfiguring eruptions F, C. NORFOLK, 1017 Haekberry Street. He Knew It. 30 W. Covernment St., Salisbury Block

will continue to annoy and pain He was being gently chafed about Tl:1.F.1'iIOEt': :;

I ; you in spite of soaps, washes or powders. There :s no hope of getting rid of a skin disease Us with stammering. good He took nature.the badinage: I
1 except through the purification of the depreciated: blood and neutralizing and filtering out of "T-t that's r-right b-b-b-boys!" be

the circulation all poisonous substances and acids. smiled. "I'm a s-s-stammerer all right:
t The purifying and tonic properties of S. S. S. soon manifest their influence in skin 1\Vh-wh-why! Wb-when I w-w-w-w-
wa- 'hl'n.ant vinegar for m-m-

i affections; the debilitated system is invigorated and toned up, and the gradual disappearance my s s.s-salad. I c-c-call for s-sweet WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A Mt'CH L> c.tJER !. '. i 4 t

of the eruptions show that the polluted blued is being brought back to its natural purity and 'ciJ'r. and It'iI'Inear; b-b-by the .

' 'Y l Strength. Old chronic skin disorders which have resisted: all the ordinary methods of ti-timu I g-s-gct it!" San Francisco THIS1: I MMER THAN EVE 11 "( RF

Iu: !din.
r treatment, readily yield to the curative SEND US YOUR ORDERS NCW

wersofs-s-s- and there is A Long Dinner.
} I "trins; the bard drinking days inS : Thompson Olscn cV:: CoManresa ;
land a cnui.try friend, calling at
; I feel
the d'.or of Lord Ileruiand's house in '

I l idea that some skin diseases are incurable Ldnl: >unn at1 o'clock in the afternoon Street, Tel?! hone 1.: .

' ( was informed by the servant that
for S.
{ S. S. has cured and is still
l the jude was at direr."Ibt ,
l PSORIASIS ACNE BOILS curing cases perhaps far more desperate I I thoucU his lordship did cot: TIME TABLE.

R C1 I than yours. S. S. S. is a purely vegetable dine till ; o'clock." i LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROADIS
":-io more he does," said the servant, -
remedy, containing no Potash, Arsenic I EKKKCT DECEMBER J, IM
t or of the which "but this is yesterday's dinner! -- -- -- --
any poisonous drugs constitute the basis of so many so-called skin cures.

Our Medical Department has been of the assistance I New Orleans and Mobile.
greatest to thousands seeking relief rorrthitadit."Why. -

from blood and skin troubles. Write us fully about and I didn't know you had weak Vo.A. O.I.- :;o.f. i s. > .
your case, our physicians will help 7 15 a lil m II Kf' p Leave.. Peneacoha..Attic. I 15.t a' 1 .
; you for which no charge whatever is made. Our illustrated Book Skin i eyes Mortimer! exclaimed his very I 1\1 a i:27:: p l."l a Lrare...... Homnloa I.r&v. z.tj a o ;I p a"
on be .. '
best jrirL lltt a ::!'!.p I S:\'; a Leave. Mobiln Lave | U':! n't I. n U II
.1 sent free to all who write for it. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY ATLANTA. GA. I "I ha\en' returned Mortimer ear -=-:..?... sr.Sp [ 7t'' a '..ravePR'_-_ rlt-ais. + _Leave...'_ .' > p_ 7 a

nestly. "I tune come to ask your father 1 North.KICK'S _
i for hand tonight and it is +
your a i
".. .., .. No.:, No. .. I
. l' r 'I n ii. FRUITS AND FLOWERS. j state prison offense to strike a !'o. 1. o i
Old np8C'on.ftpld. person
I I Il "or lady l1II.pID 12:0 pm L..aT..p..o-<: Arrlvl 1:1k'' 'pm 1I..am
: : ; I Thorr is iiiitluni i HI U.s lfi-! say s Ix>rd I wearing glasses in the eye."-Brooklyn II:1.'iaUl IIi'p m .\rflT"ontlom..ry ..I."TI! 11.13 am V'1PIll
l CogIt, : Ono !o),l way of ki-tpins: down weeds Eagle 1I:5 am :I""PDl Arrive.. Brnwngaam ...Leave n:>t.lam 1. "pm
Lntid:: tli.:t riil'Hinds mure to Lord' Tniptn 3.111" Dl ArflT ... "I\.bru" .. LrRPP
: ; Is to keep the sj.l occupied: with a :llam +:1'i .. .
a Arrive l.oul.nlll
Dl .L..anl
: 2.ti
l'.i'.tri.n-icur.s; credit than the waunet'n j pin am
.j1 9 i' .1: u' I' r f 'I.! f tolls growing crop. i"blle | 7:10aat llavam: ArflT.. Cincinnati r..aTIi eu'pm II lip m
f i w''ii-h\ he tretti-d hs; wf! She i ..
; : : : i, ivlam I;: I mrnr. toIt LnuI4 .1.e-.TII" ':I"\m .-
H Spm
I IInsf: !
; : nd
; \\ of slid '
plenty should be sown '
l'lIul.II'n.r! ha\e Leon but pome w'but'iiiuiinuniilao
AtcriS 'O tile! ;i j to i Insure a goal stand, the [,Iati. u AMMIKXMNGCATARRH: PEN.iACOLA AND RIVER .JUNCTION.So. .
though "nl hearted \\0-1|
: p
: I I
r: : : 'arsio6avt' !been
] ,
..r I "i h le11"11:1.. should l.t stand too thick. I I In.-i'i. As she frt'W! 0111oUt'! became: a Cl"lm FOltCRTR ( FLY'S rl-Daily :No 3-11&lly i ,"0 stop Nb.-r.' tml' not SHJ1I\"D No. l-Llally: So. t'-Dil. : )

I f Stl'awhcrrjt': lire the! most delicious'\ : wieck 1.( humanity! but the <11', faded R BA ,
\I :Les. t',. 1".110: J from the n--: i'o | tAM note l1M pm Tan a IU Leave Yen-aenla.<: "rne, InS pm' t1I
1 ward fragrant of all of the small fruits '': painted old Imlr was ever treatedby R 1 as night 7 PI" Ii..ml" "I I !" ::fT' .ip'
-. "," ,' :...1 ,i r oil \'. !Hu-li Ih. [play | and It I Is an lum to L.i\e full: !' R j>> a raRH EhEhDvAYFEYtR. I:;: I" 7 !i Ici..tra l'I.Yf" + ''I
li't''t: .. .'. ;< .'. .uid out fnnii the n supply. 1 1 h>T Lusl-and wall a defireiice and 14:9t: j 1 1; ..... .. Lsta nbla .. "').8:: t; ;.7 ..
Some trees m-ed little W119s 12:5 1'j" .. ..I 11 lit .. ,
pruning.; The retard truly: touching. It:1 S painful| Ii : II:!:! 1.i '
fan d.! T :.. !nf tie! st.i/f, was !till .. ..
i ; I 12:55: j "1"t Harp .. ... 1"I": :;.
,. uii--" l Mil':' !. i i II I .'y\\"III.III"; il Mo"r> cherry after brie; fairly started. In j I to see hew iu what we are plPawd to ;| ; Cream Balm :! .j' 1 ii .........be t l'Ity........ It 4.:I'I
t' . ... (Itt growth often needs noce. es.ll: fie! highest soci:ety. piMjr old! I.:idy '< I!' "'" 1.Ji" .. ..... lllton ..... IJIO" 5.n, "
.l !I1..r: ;' .1..01\ I' IoU. :I. :111.1 Ii i I ..._ .
IoW) 1m" .._ "
t .. ..
aril pleainnt ; Good tame 1.ai;; I
One cause of mildew la Is 1 1It'flwtj.ltl; i.iilc butt and fly .. ,.
<\ $ tir>t iiii-i 1..t..1 in the fulluwitii; year.y' crapes ; was a alauuhiui I IIU,". Contains baps 1.5.5 9i.i ..... .. Holt' ...... G:16 ':'io'\
too thick foliage or too thick tops j 1 : ; stiM't. KIIIJ\\ill.; h.w'llsl- I nlunousdrui t\)" 2.,} I 9Fi) "' .._...... !II1I;a:1 .... GII" '.11.'
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1"77. >'i.Jl.l'rINS.r| i's "K'Hinii und 1 .Iubet" '1 hln 'I It 1.'ll1h-kl\ .\',./.' '._ poL yo> I %. i i :: 'I" ... ....l'r.'t".IW. .._... :U" 4:.tIJ.,
out thoroughly and mildew taay five Lord r.eai-tmsfield was to anything i, .... .. .
I ,
; was ;11.."",; the many piys! first e t.ldv.tar' 't Ran i ai" .n..r land .. :a' .H'
Mi"iji ai-tt-il t ther1. 'il.,- Theater was 1Il1l\l.1 lie lessened.I'lles I ui'| rvachiUK; riJi'-ulr. I felt how !bitterly II | at onre. COLD H EA D .s,2t I I"" ':tll"(i" h" .on..1Jl''UDl'.. >IIo'Y 11.,1 .... 9:41 ". K:1.: '
: 1
"prIng <
of brush weeds In the I hiniu t 'luivr stiffenwliin in a 1 1erowded It rwiH and l'lrmPd tliH Naiil l'i--4 e- I .... f\
or .
; away b> the It.i-.siil! aii 1 the old ma orchard :1; .U"r ylll ... 7:11 ..H'
afford a barliorinu' for nr-I 'hall ur<'ruwim rin>in his h"Sts i j\llaInrt uiiin.itnm.. Ilr.l- mil li'itifttlie 1:4, I6i" ... Ponce d'l Leon.. 7c p s ;q .
iv..l in the ; place .
i ferials were rmi> buil-lili jlrudnenr.; ( sthrrPn.P Of 1't. 6I. 11110' __ .. ..l'tYllle ...._ '. .
} .; -hak''I".ar.'s: eht! .f tllI'IIo'r, 111' min. The best plan In nearly all casesIs would what! tliy oilUil "draw out ul.l' i nail sno.11. Largeitr :Site lit Ur..';1-1- 01 .>>' I'I'I' III IS .. ... l'eryvgle ........ 11i"11:1" I.f'I :s
i Iw-ucoustield"( and laiu'h at 'wall; 1nall'lz\Jc: hv mall. 1'1 ::1.1" 1'al I .... .... H.m\ .. u
bum Lady ; M"
*. 1 tf 11,1II to tllt'm.One ht-rl :: 1.1"
I ITA) TIlt' t'urtain uitinunl 1.1 | \,,1.1IITJlEH: -, d"i: 10:1: ; .. blpl..y
s a j>!aylmu-e far lnt* the reign IIf i 1 j of the easiest: and most to her Lug, !>!:owilI; uo reticence, re-!' V \\ air en ,.tr"ctSew Y.k.LODGE dn. I! II.oj" .. Cntton.a:9: .. I fI.1'fII'I' I'i.1 is poor
commong ar.l or dit-uit ffeliiiK for the tars T.' ) 1 11.:i" .
+ Kin;: Jam-<. NK picture of either ut ways of dwarfing the pear is by !budding pour 1,1I I I" StarIaina.. e u 'e '
!ward wl.y imp.'rurbabr! as he e\er lIn ,. .. Cyprr .". f. :t04 I' 15. a m
tlic'tir bus IM-CII Iniwinl _
ttufw oriptiul It on the quince. In many cases 7:4)) .". i II .Grand Rdge -. I' ;'
apex'art .1. waspruliabij! ,'ril1l: ocutelj 1':>\ I 19 ':5 noon I :.n"&h '
: d '
9t5 I I: : Arrlve..Rvrrin' L..aT. ,
the walls! twm at the old nuq'ii'I Sere rapt pruning.; I :at tae conduct of hit ill bred hosts. .

+ t' tl'l'"tl'l'nts their precise 1"lli"II.Lip- I -

I l .i lJhJt'fll1'$. ------ I PLAYS AND PLAYERS.i: 110.,1,1..11- I nr."nahle. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS TRY TML N NV W)SVflNT
; I I 'lara-Men HIV the most impatient COLUMN !
I .-rl-.-Ituns. nliaCllla lodge, No. 3, K. ut P
Harry knows that I *
t : ; t, llr nn I |> III hate Farmer i i In private 1fe! Miss D'.\rrille Is Mrs i have an
# 4 ri .\ former 1 aniiot tw up to l.ite if he ;j: Ernest Willard Cn-lin. Ikr husband I ,.ffi'r tr-iin Mr. Oldchap. who Is just m.tl very Monday ef.n

} farms as his grandfather\ ili'l. 'ilie U n very wealthy man. j jEd'ia rolling ill '\\' aah. jet Harry is just as J Ing the ato.1 Rlonnt at Cattle. W.Hllo tnuHaildint.tbtrdCoor. l lla

1' nincitfDtb century is out of date; the May is to have the principal mrenanable'and babyish as If hei r. t --P.AT. -- WEEKLY: WCHEUULli

lt' twentieth Cf'iinny is Ii-r''. tltt a tuoveI' J Jon part In the new opera: to be written. by i i tlK'U;:'ht I ready: eared for that old gray. ? Visiting brethren. oordUllvreloomed. FOR STEAM DIVISIONPKNSICOLA
with the 1 i l.t.-id.\ Hurry is so about it : j1 M.CAMPBELL: !:
jou and K(+p tip\ profi-s-' Leslie Stuart and I'aul M. Putter.Satauet U'-y: that '. : ;
I t tI *.on. nen if you Have I.> sul>->cnbe fur I !Marion formerly! connected I !h- won't t.lu UK- the smallest favor. K. R. A W. C

an agricultural pap T in order to do soFolly's 1 olh'r'bat did you ask Harry to I COMPANY,
I with a number <>f the famous Hoyt I i
d o.?
,l --- -
I fore Is announced a new vaudeJllle Tralni lave Pentacola for the Ll ii
Untidy tn.i Tir i+ peuliarly llnra-1 merely asked him! to wait Re.oa MIl /:1\100. N arrington,r; U7 ysr/
t recruitMarie aad Fort
d 1j '' adapted tot .<4tiint.i, lrun- I and be my second hu"Jlnd.ew" York KIDNEY DISEASES at
Hates the leading: lady with I Wl.\'Lj.! '.i'' t..m.arrive at Fort Barrancii TlSim
i .> j chitis au,I lnvir.onoW.. A. : 1'1'
Warfieltl! In "Tho Anctiont-tr." ---- 0) a. m.arrive at Fort Karrancai lest a.a
is now
; t i'Atet berte.121! fi. l'.,Lifx street. 1:00 p.m.arrive at Fort Karraneai l.tij m
pi 1'111.In!? her fourth season under David j I Know One !' nre I.empily Restaurant t I.'*) p. m. arrive at tort Harrancai 4;13 p 31
are th, molt fatal of All! dr! 1 eISpm.arrtreaFortHarnncas
D. I'.elnsco's uiniiaseiiieDt '.r aa oL2: seo.d. lj tame U Fvcv-Bn.asn.l'HOUL Ionpm
you want: a inagnitieeut watch | - S:OO p.m. arrive at Fort Karraacai 8.ti c m
fir little I'.l.ir.clie: Hall clever I taste.F Trains !'eave Fort
money? If "" till on a \ery young Barraacai for Peuia-
,! !; t << StephenHit jeweler. He will :ac- actress who was last seen In "Lovers' I IIjiiie. ; Sn'PLIES1 i I cola ae

1l' con inotlate: you. ." has been ensi::'>d to play the C. 1'. Ihoiiipxon'o: 11 South F FOLEY'S l=f''UI: E 'i,..lliuop 7IS; a.m.m.arrive arrive at at Pentacola PeD.aoola.llf" :;II.p. CIo m

Il'a.lingroe! In "Sweet Clovtr." ::'r' p. m. arrive at Peniaoola_.._. I.tS\ p. m
I Willie Collier! I I Oysters in all styles i: San p m arrive at P.>n,acola ........ 5.61p\ m
Is running alon smoothly 7:1) .
$2.00 ? Besides the standard lines of eta : p m. arrive at Peneacoh.-\ p.
with his new comedy, "The Diplomat I i tiontry we have in tints, with envelope |i, 1:5Sp.m.erriveateotaools.. ._. I.Un .
refunded. Cont&loireaudiet Short orders atllrl1aJl
or many promptly ]j only
In New York where he will [likely ? to match : ;
\\'ILI.l'\Y FOH THE last cut the slowly: dying season. I I I Royal Crystal Bond. wcojnlitd by eminent filled j,I roes rOB WEIK DATI.
I IDon't 1! Kurd's Peoiaoola to Fort Harraaeai and tf
j Holland Bond. i return i
:'' tI' 1 Start Wrong. I II Ladies' Art physicians u the best lot I I Pfn-acola to Navy 1'ard and return U.
tj Jacksonville ** I Don'ttart: the Bummer wit!. a Foreisn Mail, Etc. Kidney and Bladder trouble Best the market I Peaiaoola to l'elmettoBeacband ICE IDUDI.Wben reiara IMSC5DAT

j lingering cough or cold. We all''', ArtUts' Material Office Supplier nICi .. aM ..... affords! I wmtber. : permits the! raantaj o
Memorandum Books, Etc. i open ooAchn.Leave
Dnilyetrpolis kuow what -summer cold" H. It',* All new and bright. W. A. D'ALEMBERTE. Peniaoola. Lv Fort Bai raaiai

I the harden kind to cure. Often if --- -- Private parlor for 9 a. m. 10 a. to,
i u. m ||
i PyeyBalxamSteMthe7lckling, m.
? FROM NOW I on" tl.ronih the entire I I .
k :
p.i sea < ; ; + lr m. i p. m.
I )n. Take it in bund right now.tow A oan.cyVw -ILfl.ma.uanLr': uvst Every Woman dinner parties. sp- m tp. III.

C UNTIL DECEMBER I 190l 2 doses .)f One :>Miuute Count Cute Medical Society Attention. I 1 Pn p. m.
I /pm
a IntereW4 IrA.liouJ tunw p m
will set you rUht. pure cure for > tI i' Ipm. .
There will be a ( IDuottLewun.l.rra) Up m.
-- -- [ regular meeting of
couch cold, crvup. rip, bronchi l MARVCL Whirling Spray r p.m.p.m.
N : t Covering the entire scope of the ti+, all throat and lun; trouble Ab- the Pensacola: Medical Hociety at Tbeoe w 1OIInIA,,,,.. J"-e- ANTAL-MIDY rasa 1'0. 101lD.
l f "olutf'ly.afe.ct; at once. Child the Board of Health office at 8 turn sad Hvtvi. B +t-'af. fiaiaoolato Barraaoai Ktvy
Political Campaigns of the Year. rpn like it. "One Minute Cough':! o'clock p.m. Tuesday.: May 13 and 27., ",-..) pniareialriwtljy I Th, Ptoiaeola Tara and rttDrD________ fed
to .
c tiny Capsules Palmetto Beach
ire aa
Cure i* the best cough Visiting physicians are cordial'' ,. .
ADD&Eul medicine I w rwr.NqIoI .1\ II I to tof retnrL. ___ 1M
I t ever u-ed." says J. F. Bowlts, ; invited to attend. M'aIIL..pIDOot I'L.error","pvl It.. BalMm k Copaiba, No freight received after 1:110. mI .

t: 1 o jl CARTER & RUSSELL Orovetoa X. H. "I never found !i DR. E. F. BRCCB r.. tmt.end tunip for n. \CvbeUl nJr.lajcctions.. O ----- __ hI -
I anything else that acted ;'o safely' j I I President I batnleltuotItp.h fail putirtun nJ'1r..-tinni In- f1 'I' I They cure b 48 hours the I
' l t PUBLISHING CO., :and quickly." Harji-: Pharmacy,1,i DR. w. c. DEWBERY tuuap.totaSeaxl.aRls:4t0.: |lame dia&se without any iticon- Rubber hose, all size?, at

l 1 1 i 1 JACKSONVILLE, FLA. I John sheppard, idney Kate. l *n25tf Secretary. 1 Room- K: c Times IUd{-., New York.- I ":!cue ce lOL08nil ftt'CCIST: rr$ I the Willis Hardware Co.'1.

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Failure-- 1 t id

Thrilling Ezprrirnre of !
an Expedition Napoleon's

[ THIS In the Koraat-lntla Vallrr. i (

The Incidental diffleulties and dangers '

I of exploration: -the sudden emergencies ; To win the Battle of Waterloo was due to his stomach. In his youth I ).

e : which the adventurous pcien- .. Napoleon's? perfect. In later life he suffered from dyaHL
3 indigestion and died of ,
I pepsia finally
SCOTCH J fist: must be prepared to meet successfully .', 1

at any moment-are well lllus"trated 'i; r CANCER OF THE STOMACH.
"' by an incident recounted by ;: l'' When his stomach failed. Napoleon's fortunes declined. Historians 1 t'

% Teohcrt Miler in his! Interesting report :: I say he lost the Battle of Waterloo because something; he ate the night I ;
before disagreed with him so seriously as to render him incapable cf
en) his researches In the t'sumatsintlavalley I If
I. OATS : : : I f properly directing his army. In Napoleon's there was BO I +
in Central America for the lime
I known remedy for chronic stomach trouble. T< a certain curtexists I fa

Peabody miLseum ofjlarvnrd.I I ', in such a remedy aaKODOL t

Was Wha.tI I i Mali-r and his party while at Lake \ DYSPEPSIA CURE, I

\ r fse I'etha uneonsciously roused the wrath T ., )} ) Which by digesting what you eat keeps the body properly nourished I r t t

I or tt'rror-it was difficult to tell which ( ... and at the tame time gives the stomach a chance to rest. The process

v of a native and tried to placate him by (... I1- cf digestion is due to the action on the food of the saliva gastric I t'

Asked ForYou ifo' =l the ptiuTosUy of their gifts to his wife : :: 1 .. juices, and pancreatin a secretion of the intestinal tract. If any of

and chilJ. They succeeded far enoughto ; "-j J these elements are lacking perfect digestion is impossible. Kodol

know that if the T Ulji persuade him to guide! them to a I 1/ DyspepsiaCure contains them all in exact proportion and consequently i i
1)J t-erfonns the process of digestion as well as the natural stomach. It
nearby "settlement where the man's I Il.rnlr.ill13W .
? Kilted Piper isn'ton I : )), is the ONLY preparation\ which contains them ALL and therefore the
the "chief
r was man t
'_ t only one which digests
t the package and while! they all finally reached the \ ;
I i r jl
f it isn't the little tillage la safety It appeared to \ 1
-' tJ....- You don't have to diet. Don't overload the stomach. Don't eat too
1tb lit) fault of the Indian that they
real I fast. But eat all the good food you want in sufficient variety. Kodol
V were not drowned on the 'tJl:7Tf3H
Scotch Iy wny.A I Dyspepsia Cure will digest what you eat. Thus the oo.y'il1 be sus ij
river when was very hish! at thetime tained. Meantime the stomach will be resting. This rest will soon tI

Oats. of MaliT's ,visit Bails Its way I ''I am 'ixty-nlne year old and hive lived br restore it to health. Napoleon's case illustrates the fact that people r I .

al t Into Lake I'etha in n cataract which rll tiy life," writes W. H. Bowen from Mantua with weak stomachs often fail in a crisis. The moment a man's cI ; I ii

rushes with tremendous fore over the i I. O. "I was in the general merchandise.. busmevitre stomach is attacked his mental powers are curtailed. The body iisustained
for twenty-five y a' For years I was i
ble of a hicli rock terrace, and till'j:1IJ,1. troubled with dyspepsia and indigestion. I by the food we eat. The stomach distributes it to the'In.

.. led his party through; the midst I, tried everything but received little benefit until ous parts of the body. Sometimes the stomach fails to digest the II !
ItotkKudollA'prpsia: Cure. 1 can My truly food put into it. Then the work of distribution is interrupted the
of thl* !I"I.thilI''irllll;; mass' of wa- I that it to the bet remedy for dyspepsia ever put
want and body left without nourishment. This amounts to complete or partialstarvation.
In a bottle. I can eat anything now
tir a i loiiniey Which the reluctant! ex I tone recommended it to a number of friends, You cant expect much of

RoAT :;i irep a" ieeo'iipish! only with the .borei'Orttbe..meioodresuItSinueryca& ." A STARVING MAN OR WOMAN. l lt

!pviH" Jit1! <'uly: walking; barefooted
i ia Kcxlol Dyspepsia Cure cures the worst cases of stomach trouble. If you have simply an occasional functional derangement '
and theinf-elven with lung
MipiHirtint' : !: with belching, fulness or sour rising after meals, a teaspoonful of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will set you
st-tifs which they u"ed as braces
right at once. It never fails.
1Ii, lint the slippery rocks THEY KNOW ITS MERITS. ,

Ii>-|.,'ral'ly rough;:: trails Intervenedfor "n.1I1I t"D. gr-tulerer from lndlg.itlcn and rpu'tingecln fur "I hi.1 fto-narh trouble tl) my llf," n*' Pmprlc tor Fdw }I.hl'lIf
a 'I'al'tut! then the river wa : yearn taM bring unable to obtain pertuaurnt r'.lrf. rrwiltctt to try the l'nlon Kuttlln Works, 1IN Turtle hi Erie I'* ".u "<04ull"'l""p.t., ure." .a>> 1'ustmaitrr U. II. Itand.Iof: Imnlap. .11 kmiii' uf r.O\.d..ycun.uard.rcer.Ido..r.ad! iprnl tl>uldeubl.la. .
i'let iipun.) this time at a slid where 1I.t".e 1 had< uird one bottle 1 knew hid< found vbat 1 La,11' iz! rncmry trylr to iii"a moments pc'' <:' .'In.lI!- I r*.d vf Kixlnl; In-
looked for. After few InittlPi 1 was currd of ...r.II..lllm, .I'I If that p<*p-U Cure and iM-tigM irl.l bntti 1 hire uud1'.1 no" >ntc
: -- 0 a w.i-- spanned by thl.lou;::. thick trunkf 1 Gad not been free Iron f ir more thin ten year. I am better today nM> with the .t.llutl.f..tlon tint I n.n found tt. equal l lul
.. i- n tre.- which lay hd..w the surface than In yean. and cunildcr flit KudollJy.pe .:a Cure tat given me a curl tl nom.ch trout,.. 1 ,:.Jly tecouiucud U." .
tdW k.M of life:" I
SCOTCH OATS i'ie water. The stream wustry Prepared by E. C. DeWitt 1 Co., ChICl o. The II,00 Boltla contains 2" times as much (by actual measurement) it Ihi trial the
ll side I1.l'n< .shah sells for SO cents. t
d- i''' mi either :! ; impasjt' -

'f 1 lic food that makes strong muscle-firm I ? : .,. so the Indian made his way I
:'c-h-reJ blood-good bone-clear skin- n. oss t'.jton the slippery tree trunk

irul\ Ins! ,'\'lIIpauiop.st.rt' oMltred: to ,, "
: ht eyes-and steady nerve. No other 1))
I fn, .n\\ hint: as lust they (' )111.1 short ,

,: 1:0: gives so much so quickly and at sole dist.uiee farther: on a third erneng of TnulUli: rnlloc, Tits.Tin1 I THE GARDEN SECTION i
chief\ :11\! h..r !tb; !- .I i to\\""!! in |pact ,
-, cost of and kitchen-time. tht K'.ine: ricer was made the means of :
money i ages iIi -ttirul l mill'U ri'
by ill Grocers. Look for the Kilted Piper. pa"tl::e that time beiivz another fallentree i i lli': '>!lM% li.i\c a i ::' tl! \.n; ,pie\ of Ilii'.r oOPo"i
i 1i4'U I.f> vaiiety. this unrta.ii t
but by
i li.ilnlltifs. IIiTi' fiiinn rlaftir. I1t'! '
i ZPensacola Florida k
< < : foothold was susnndeil hlgb :
i! iiiovitt'f n lii-in at '.I o'cl"ck at night;
nl, the water.
1\ i and until suuriM' ni-xt: uniriiiim.i 1 if a ---- !

The friiriil welcome which was pruds-, I I hnt',e were robbed! anal the owner awl Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus. i
and his
In;:!U exteiiileil to Maier partyOM
his servants hall taken i>n>ir pntan- .
their arrival at the Indian villa! ce ili.il
NOTES OF NOTABLES. tions fur its safety tinwnkciiKin had j.
them believe, that their guide\ Beautiful
ID Lots for Sale.40xl37Ai
I t<> make gonad the ln"s SUMHIIUHL: Did .
Miij'ir J.hn I: Rrrnw the la"t was really! a spy I w ho bad been sent out (
\ : : suriir 1IIu"l'IlIIltll'r paid an animil I tax of two- I

m r i.I i. t. ', ->f the nl1)1' tllrl'JluLlic; of to n-eonnolter: and that he bad purposely jM-iwe if lie had one tlinir and fuiiri'i'iicuif feet at from $75 to $200 each, accord-

l Texas. I is, dead. I path Iwl he them Knew.by the most hazardous (, he laid two .hllrs t.) his tl\\I'lllli for ing to location and surroundings.

watch over the city. The
Kin? l'h.:1r.1'I I. has bestowed the I II inaintaiiun a --- -

a I I .Hi 'v first (;:.rtfr nt his disposal! that held i, tax has Lori; since U-en discontiniKtl.r .
r i Exceptionally Good Neighborhood Beautiful new
In the late Earl Pluwilliarn: : upon the Epllapby: the horn is ttiIlllllwn at uijzht.; : .
neso and Japanese A man be simply mulish duringhis .
inike! of Ht'lfor.lII may High, Dry Fertile Lands. ;
lifetime, but in the! obituary notice .
I."mi.lts 11. Laltllt.y of. Ft. outs!'!, : DR. KINO'STRY
Fancy Goods it Is always said that he had the courage -
i ;T.i'v-ie of Jefferiiti! Medical coliwor ,. The grandest opportunity for investment ever 1 i

FINE CHINA TEAS. t,.;;:,.. IIa" t.e..n Dpf.oinll'.1 uldical I diI I : of Lis eonvicUons.-Deuter TostTrunltle. NEW DISCOVERYFOR cffered in Pensacola. !

nf the :'L Ix>ns: world's fair. .

31 South Palafcx: St. Sliwlwni.-. Hurnhatii <.if the I'nlt- 'I THAT COLD. Home Seekers Should See These Lots. H"' t
The man who barrows money borrows
OK!. )JVimcoIj, Fll.: "'d| States circuit court. Chicago: ; has trou'ile. The man who lends TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. :

re-t'!;.:ixdiP.d will brcafter deuite his I Cures ConsumptionCoughs
I money doesn't need to borrow trouble.
PARKER'S time to sstruiiomy. He was formerly Colds Bronchitis Asthma I A. "V'.Clubbs
otu'r"llllas8.1: Journal.
HAIR BALSAM senior nitronotaor at Lick l,:MTvatory.lilfurnU. ;:i
(......... s. I t..... Id tea hair. '. }
,I. .1 .L' I PneumoniallaY1'1crefPlcu-1 Corner
I. Garden and Alcaniz Streets t
; r1).In. 1r.t.re Ur., When a sick man notices that his
'. lli.'irb 'ufT'nll.K'h: E prand'-on of prt'S.\\
.v.. !u. Cc or. ; : ,
..... wife curls her hair only just before the I
L s J j1'.t' ta IN.ylJJg.', ... lent .I'a! : *<*n's "wTitary of tin trca. Sore Throat Croup' and
doctor he is
.. comes not sick enough: to ,
nr. di -d in rion-iK-e.. Italy recently.! ; I

\ '.;..!.. of p.M'ms written liy him and I* dlnl'roIl9.-\.tchl.on: Globe. Whooping Cou h. r.c BRENT W.M. U KNOWLKS: W. K HlKKJIt. J Ii Ht.t:1
;.i.iThr j (>ut't of Heracles" was There is more catarrh in tlii. '<>('- NO CURE. NO PAY. I'mMTU.! ti'tee-Pre.dent.: fat-bier Ass't fibm! 1

.' .! 1".9I. I. Price 50c. and $1. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE. ;
ti I
I' ,
all /
PILES'flu" ti"n < ( the country than oth.rII I

Miirifni Crawford'shildren ,. ,'th.'r: and until tht-
i "- *- put to

!i",1' th.'ir father the triluite ot S.l-t few jeir-; wa> Mlppo-ecl to lt 111cur.ililf" fill i First National Bank r ri
// ws !
%.r.of/hedamned "- Willain hyphenated form.l For a great many yeardoctor OdttJ i\1 /
a.I '. I'V eoi-tiia- -; prol\lltlll'I'd it a local diearrii "- Jjllllilj' furni-l!
..*. trd f.ir l : >' :nvfnrd.! and ha\e (lotition **! '
., fAsc-ARK-Sin the "" --i.-i-nif; ('..lIrt ()few: lurk fur (l pre-cribed local remedies, ture at Marston $ fjll nn's I ,
gent f< t,f ant thing and by coti-tantly failing!: to cure by OF PENSACOLA. FI.A. I
!In rti! XMI'I I to d.l so.Sir Great Furniture :
an.Urr.5: free from l ical treatment pronouneej it ni- Empo
"' R.4n H< arc Strong. 'Ilkf .1il"tie Of uraltlt''ri Ill'hJ"
: e ; catarrh -
j &".. M Moui City, U proven rium. I DXR.EOTOR ,
:9)0' "iii>rfiif ei-urt of Onnad.i. bass noi tube a constitutional tlieae.and II
CA .OY i | t'.i':, di-jwrtment of justice that lie then fore requireconstitutionaltreatin I W I. H KNOWLEa.V.. A. BLODNT. F. C. ''RENTV.. K. HY.IH.ln it ;

CATHARTICr.aoe :, r.'te. to ictirt* in Si'i'tenilxT. .IIIe H.IIls Catarrh Cure, REMOVAL NOTICE. I D. G. BRENT, :\i.
T I li'TeauU! In jirouioted, to maiiufactiirei': \ F'.1.hruev&'u.. I,

I.- ',1 .-''i .1'istiivship.,I >uwin's!' who as organist of t: 1'ulydu.Ohie internally cure ,on i* the tlie in do only market.es coiistituti'iinl from It Hidiops isUkeii Dr. G. Ii. Tuttle- I i tai : 11; mnli ti X A1 n ht a d Soli I Ii:

a14Ae MMr1at0 '.lIr"'I.* Hartford, in 1S>!. once to a teu-iMHinful. It acts i
di-j Dr. J. G. Heard
,. : ; s
: t'i.-rlxnt Morgan's: ears for rectly on the lutlld! and in ucnn.Ur-I j I

r an afternoon wrvki isV I faces; of the ....tela. They utTer one I I LrW6 draw cur own !'iills of Exchange on Gnat Britain, Ireland 't'i

.. ix-ini; jiresidctst of tli. .MuInsurano ''I hundred doll.irs for any ease it fail-j I i DENTISTS. Germany. France, Austria, Italy Holland ,
> 1.,1. 1'lect. Tare Ust1.; < IXsi tii Send for ciicnl.irand tiI Hrain, Belgium, Russia, IScaW2y. &.
P am Mrat-i ir (.m>e lUc toe,6uc: !I. f. ; c(/niia"j ot 1'rovK cure. : |I KIHIIIIN 7 and !>. '1:1' "'lie Tfl II 1\'It". :I Sweden. Denmark and other European touutr-ca.
CURE CONSTIPATION. ... ''. ,. I I. I tiinonialAddrt-", f
.. ... F. J.t'HEXKY & Co.. All branrhi s of 'urgiral np"rRI'Rlld '<
k .. 1.1IO'10
'1 a ar ) I Ibua I. tali 'I
view '.
tl. .' ,tn:3 sufferinjr only Toledo, Ohio. 1..ItRnI."ll'l'ntl'l ry t-crfornirU ttit' teiliincal crVeeela Dlebnrsed! upon the Moss Favorable Terms, and tholi
dare u"anp.n br a! 'rlll' 'kill. Oblijc&iion-'TakfnPaTabie.itPrrt,, ot eeunatlon 1
.SAC'. Ir"n, :a.nredeyrslgttt.ll'iIILanttt'elch.r ; Sold *, TGc.j ; Ten or Fifteen Dan 1 '
'" t-lKETulaceo tblL by druggi-t I I Spriclul attention Ktvrn: to l.t.I'lrl'n': after Veeeel Arrives thtre. i ,
.. < ', iifiniiiit.l :\. I II. quietly! celt-brat! ',. 'IVcth.iiolil Had i'orcfluiu Killinj-. .own :

",.,' .ttlit-r dlhis one :hundred aid sec 1 1I j GOLF LINKS. and let BridgeVork.Material! : l.omptiin. t.., rpm at: I I: ff"Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent in Connection _
"rid i ; the home of his daushtr. I
'iiirluJay nt II
AGENTS> WANTED. i I with! which we Lave.. Prlra A rtaent for I f (
: Mrs KUna:! : .\. 1'1"I'rI'OIi. in l>nr i Telephone No. 17S. 1 theUnc ,Ft
T'ie. Connecticut of Renters.
state: ebamponshi! ,
T. DEWITT TALMAGENK It11" lie tfr. Mass.Tii'tmas I, I
i; win! lie htl Id at tile Hartford Golf! em"> cilt.\XII t- :\c( n"'lu\: ;
I'hlt'I1' 1 ,\ J.\I A I. E:
\ : 1 : J. \Vella! of Chicago Las not I
July! tel:.
,1'I ,n' of ('Ir"1111 II"I'II.I.! :inii-li coi.litK-nco in hanks. I ,urin? a I I
1 1-.I \' iHl'IIU; ,"' fll 11I11 Y. II i J. Ogden: Armour of Cliicnso: \\,11! present ESTABLISHED 1883.McKENZIEOEETING
!tif.-iruu of IKT divorce suit his wife .
'.. ni> who net 'flak'w'iit.'uul'dat clubhouse! and links his
II ;' | j a golf to i I
lestilii'il that bur' tiu"liand carried his -- -- r
t : ;'lt I .
employeeWalter "
'i.tir' fiirtnne, ,:;,.,"Itl. in his test'ueltt. !
222 S. 4th St., fhiladel- / & CO
illr 11\0< I II "'0 : III' "lie 1 had the. money in one I Fairbanks! southern Oallfor ,
; i'ii and: ilnllar I.m"!! siid,;: she "and. nla amateur: 1f1lf! champion: fur l'lrecently : J OIALI8: : IK- 0

:atsta:ij x carried it :!rulln.1"itll liiin. Heaid won the chumi'loni-lup of the

lie ditj nut lu-lieve IT tianks." I Pacific coast fur inr.: To Greenville and Montgomery. Ship and General :
Chandlery >ar-dwape.>
<' fr.l *. leaving! Union Depot at 1O:; ,) p. m.Saturday ..
---' lre!'itltT.t < <*orpe IL Tliorne' of the .
r'h- at Part illo l-0-.ilK.n it .'"nflC'.. I ; May lu. ticket- good for :'
\\'ta.ttru Gulf! association and Midlo leaving 808 AND BOS. S. I'ALAKOX' !1TItt:1T. i
-!Irc piiii in for ;JMI.IIUWouldn't one clay Montgomery: :at I'I ; !

he t'i! "I"t':1! splendid "!,'!';..... ,I. t'.ught I thian club has Ix-en taking/ active part II ;:*) :Sunday lli?ht. Fare for the ....- - AGENOY, ----

U .:ttV \\11), .1 .:..of :.'.'1'1'\" I in the tourneys at Cannes, Trance. round trip to either place 2&O, I 1 REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. KORKLINO'S KONH CO.'tt I +
AROCHECORDIAL The :wmall'hID1l'il/n"hip: tournamentI From Cantonment or Century save I I. GALVANIZED WIRE '
-T\irtl: JH': tU.nkv east It Pensacola.. ROWS PCMPH.Iisin .
I the New Jersey State W' ':.it it* f'r iiui tn :x :iIi: .ulut"'y! tion will be hrh this! year on the links !seeping car berths from L..k N. II. Ecrtfigi bats! Oils!! hatica! Istlranan! Chrtl! he.in, Italia ,J
tin:,, i w':1" tN1w.LtttL""Y' ticket a?ent. There will be no .j
I ft the Montclair: club, probab'y' in
, MP.\88E8.
': IjOGS. KTO.
"olE 'it then lie miff! iitver talk two and three diy: excursions; this I E

\ fi :.r if Pornesj t. .. -'...wins; his uaud.-l'h'adel-:! June. ,. season.: For further information apply !I i C. McKenzie Oerting Collecting Agent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent Asso

(itnc'i1;-He I I' ". ".rdIlll.e. Th,' three western l'hlDll'illllsI'hplI'SB. to ciatlon.I .
1 : ty teinr Ilojt. auateur; Mis,. lU' s.e \lItho H"RT.I"U: : orPETER'riIOMAS l

nt the l.nnio. I I fly women's, and Lawreuee IIl'1ltl'r : .
if 't'' .r :s the oi!ice of the luns?" a | lotiie. iipvn -are all uf the Glen View Kxcur-i"i Managers: WE WILL FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE !

\ I : '".' ..1.ell.. I." r >-\t>d n small pupil in a class' club of Chicago;

\ nt., %.1. :,M'_ \ The go'f; players in congress are e -. write IlMIay for cnr liar' ; .
-" ''n .r." sttt' !promptly replied. ijuite nan serous. Senator Corless o; 'TQ Best.liQI81ey, I I ,,_ .' r i &Maur!l'i.tl hrantlllci ".lf ,t our,I. ?RF.\11 TilE" I FT'a. R.

I I''d the teat-her. telling: the :Miehu! is the foundtr of a :g.1f: club I V our nun(.'>...we... tr H ,' .ir f;. i-i rr< "I 1 ..., ,n_ .I':.te ;;

IM.NS: t'O14AtNFRV4IORy( ,' ,L..... !"'I" was oinputiat near : and w. s amDns;: the pioneer followers I I or.urrhir b., n.f if a I'ra'1.:t. 'I: ''r'" n 1."r rM.r .r..

r._!d. r u.-' Itv,:< certainly do Imsi- i of the game in his! state.nproi rhoi-<.f mmtr .of II r I..,_,

i 1' \ V I ofJFFEBS MUSIC n< v, in tilt cii.,,,t."-:Milwaukee Sentinel t I \ ( l;UIKd L'e'ver ptrw.I.e..Illderv!'I (!."LL|iB 'rIoPL..... i.e: i(.' r:aua.v taaC.."., I I I t
K I 1'1u..lla"'lr4t..l..au.: :
\ I I. ><> rrilvr.Fanner C} nrxL! nINboarIIt! '"tyl.'arruf-.p. f I II i
Punk That 'ere hired man of woo :ve/a r.U.I'I l.iD.V-. a I
toy ram.fi
Dimtor _t Mittlrr of \sr. I IGr.ico I yearn is pretty 110ain't; be' Ezry? 1Ial'TOI.. t't If' 'dtr.evd.Ii.. :, iw, : 'rlal''. .r.iwl' '? |a i i I II
And :
tne Best
i -This t.Lotoi.'TIph makes you I larnier. llorubl'ak-Yus,.: he's too of all kinds served' Liqnort bj .: a'up.fWherrkr.,1)n.J .m nrap.r! ynwd< r I: m ",... .ud Art I mlnll.R.M'toI.. 11 a.I, "'!v'a.'... tu>'t.K tOo .I.I. { 't

look so old.GladysYes. i I slow to make a successful paCt earer.- Polite and CourteomAtteiidaiits. N.o.. .LLLC: "t.-A .rorkl 1.1,0 ,( Lrsudr"It.""' *....'..1)'w..... "" ...,..A.W.i ..'' std nr,. ''Ik .

l'lltur."i..lm.. Pipe ) : it Is an old picture, ; ('.-1, : \'d.$ a "L. fl "\1101:01, intmnr I.. 1.'. 1f.'IiI is.axe' :
| you J ud.-e. reeked... tidal .My Ino oero err Ii f"1 Re tal..w a any '..nl I. Il
:. 1lUd.lin: (iuitar, i illo : L.nv\\-\ew: York Times. j I Rah I rived; tr 'r '...; \t, .m .'It wo >1\, Wetru.tyea 1.,,r "''''1'1, '1t.L t
FULL MEASURE IKO Ni i MrIIIti" ,;: r -r nearw! y' iis.tat 'w1 :. -I
ID a 1v oa .. 1 ., '
-tC. Wan'i Others to Know. ) eau I. m t:ah p." anh 1' bo dellv.rhe .10 "ud "" ..
I A LESSON IN HEALTH. 1r..I1n. !ll n11TILw6a." u. '110" Lrforr p"1 ,g..e. I'....t dray.SALVONA .
f 1"'n..ac, Concert! "I have used DeWitt's Little FINE BUUITlf.
I,. Healthy kidney, filter the impuri 'I i for and SOAP CO.. Cor. 12th S PInE Sts. ST. LOUIS Moe II
K.lite: Orche-tr.i. Early lii-er con-tip-ition: DANNHEISSER BROS ;
tie from the blond, and unle-* they torpi'd liver and they are all ncht.! I I '

I 1 -: :f-'r'g:!! !H.sic!! Furnshed;! i 1o thi fjooj! health i* i'iipoihle.Ft am glad' t<\ indorse them for I think AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED \\i, i r

>ley'# Kidney Cur mike: -onml when we find a good thing we ought !
ill! Occasions. I kidney and will positively curp all to let other know it." Writes Alfred I I. f. HarDer misley. i Paints, oils, glass and The net line of umbrella in the j 1'I
1 form* of kidney and bladder: dieie. Heinze, C iuincy. III. They never M ain HuseIl S. Palafox street city is at J. I. Stephen. Jo loot!

cambia Hotel. It strengthen: the whole *v.tfm. ?ripe or distre. Sure, afe pills. R.R. Exchange-Opp. Union DepotP. I builder hardware at thei at them. i iPalesmN

"* -f Fi--t JJipti: 1C.:1. D'Alemberte. !121 ::0''. Rihfox Hinris' Pharmacy John Sheppard: 0. Box 2S1. Penacola, Fla. from the :Ir"rllt"m I

\:!:urch. street. SiJuey Kahn. Phones 116-:E: i Willis Hardware Co.'s. UK gooat J 91I
I I U11'.iLl'IIr.:iiu.IU W".IUI cuie; fur coj,,)j. ;
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.lr MARITIME. I ...
Ui In a recent article a prominent ,
EVENTS physician says "It is next to impos- ,
HAS OWNER EXPORT sible for the physician to get his patients 'I

3. ( KorMav to date_ .. ._ .. .. _";jll to carry out any prescribedcourse SUBJECTFOOTWEAR
of hygiene;; or diet to the i

fay AND PERSONALSi cLeAaED.SpansiGracla.a1Jntonal. smallest extent; he has but one resort |
It. K. White received a letter this
the treatment
< cargo$ for Llv- left namely, drug: -
j morning from R. E. Klauey of Graf- trpuolIT sir bale cotton. i5i bbls soap ." When medicines are u-ed
c-I: .tnckvaluelf..h ; for Manchester ljlt) !'irbalei
:s; ='" .." for chronic constipation, the mOi'tmild
!k ,
cotluu.valuef >
> \
; I H. !.. Jrirtl'.h of Million: i H in the ton, W. Va., stating that: the carrier: Am ch Wm J Lermond.\ Southard! and gentle obtainable, such as
l! 1,: pigeon which was picked up at sea by sLto for Philadelphia with ;tt'i1tJI.1, Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver i
{Zr city today.J. S ft lumber and Their
ties Tablets should be employed.

r ''Ltt:! ). IVrronij; of Hiver Junction i H ,1 some time ago, and which is LOW in SAILED. use is not followed by constipationas 1 STYLES
J/ ,
in' city today. the care of Jno. I eefe, belong to G. Span i> Gracia.LUlarra a. for Liverpool they leave the bowels in a natural -
1 jb fa r[ ;i and healthy condition. For sale !I
R. of
t ; : Mrs Krne5t PfeinVr and children 1 Bayle and medicine deal-
j r QUARANTINE.: : : by all druggists ,
i Blaney has notified Mr. ayle f Collie spriii}; 111'-1! fund l IlI, .sl Itnlt..nl.tlllit's' >hn.
I are vi-itinj relatives in Mobile I Nor bk Mataura. toS PahottrrCoIt ; I ers.
I 'j f'1 : and he will probably ask that the bit huh Bortflle B to order I -- I'at.. Ll'It1111''l'ip.\i ( '.111111"11 > >
Jj 'lL' Tr.- :1ieatriffin'adulcing i :; clas? Am scU J allies A uarneld to ord..rTHE | ruN \
1 bird be expreed; to him or to let it HELLO! Is> that YOU LOUIE? 'IWhat's
: 1[ will meet at :M. Joseph's hall to- the matter with next :;::1tur- i
t home.
)r I I'} ;iJ4.1 uisht.Mri., fly -- -- SHIPPING. day as the opening day? !iI

j! \ t s f: t:e Marion: Clutter of thM city What's HELLO; the! matter IS: that with YOU next LOnE Saturday VF"' KLH IN FOKT.iIEAMSHIVS. Bishop Psuei .. y 3p-ll.; I j jNew QUALITY

, f;'). Iab..t'u enjoying a stay at Panacea as the opening day:' York Ma\' 'I.--I It .*.J- sad! at! i t

} 7 :I'rinss' ; near: Tallahassee. I Am Evel>'u, 11-5, Mills to Gulf Transit '. |
1'iittcr'h 'hatthe
n f l Bishop r ::0 ti-.i.: lore than ouM i\|prvt lit 1'jiiil{ lilt '11 '

t' j r' Win. II 1. Carpenter and Henry IS.Diw'iiiflf ; CoNor Hirundo I Ml-: !, I'Nen, to! Fen,acola bishop, whu ,' a.- s/ .I: \\ ttb! a''
Lumber Co .
.I t { fort Morgan: are among; THE WEATHER HrJaeub Bright 17J; Anderson, to IVnsacoU fainting; spell:: Y' a:'on5a> .Iia- 11 fatiS ,'

t the guest- at Merchant: Lumber Co from ov.rwork; was nun h U. ttp r to
I '
I.. :4'tJ SHIPS. day and v,.as r"otin tomfoitdbly! in
/t. I It. K. White has rented the store Nor King Of nnc, PouUento IVnsaeola

tJ 'J. : r..rf'ntly'arated by the 11'hitingi' i i TODAYLOCAL Lumber Co bed.
lir Lizzie lurr"II.U";). KICH, to S S L Oo
: .. Co. and will move in to
: I! BARKS Wire Companies to Merge
:I' \ .' ) Nor Ac:tho. 117.., hjonnes., to SSL Co. 950 Pair
IOKFC,T- 'alr tor..,ut and :o.orx..a..;.tI\.'fornersi-n, to order Akron O. May S.-The Cuyahoa i,
i\t Mr. :and Mr;. Phil K. Hiiinah: ,
I J'7 ; t., SaturJav.: light! north loJ ta It J fi-: i who married Wednesday inV Albiun.Xtu. Sitall toS H LCo
i t were
: win !
Nor Birma,'.<&<,Johnson to order btoik $liHMi.fiiio. tomorrow absorb
1 fj ': I Ktntueky, arrived here 3'e-terday Temperature in Last 24 Houn: It Oulneppe Kros l> Albuudo,*<:, Monti, to I'.osnco the Cuyaho Steel! and Wire company 1 NOTHING ELSE TO SAY .< ."

fl t 4 I'I., } uft..ralH"u Mvtinium .. .. -Id.grees It Hav.kest burl! liiMi, Kolgiano: order of Cuyahoga Falls and the Hartman I

.t f J hn. John Uourke of Ki{ Jid arrived : Minimum .. .... .. ... .... d..gr"h It Kus Ilia.Hera"WS., UtJZ..Maceianoi.Hoggbloui.Koiasco tosh LCo BrosIt Manulattuntg company of Newcastle, - -

r .aI,1f\ f I tins morning Oil the city of I 18rrlnlD.. ', X..no, to order 1'a. ,
. Temperature Eliewhere : Nor Mirzapore, H7;>, Johnson, to H il
j j. \\1.. 'iJ: t Tampa, and i i-. today talking: buMs Boyer ----- I

f t! 1: --s anJ politics to friend: .XtUnta. . Mix.-I Mia 6!: 1lott..r Nor Mataara.:('0 ll-M, Bruusg< ard. to S P If you wish the verylest\\I MEYER SHOE CO.

r Bismarck .">> al: Nor 1'aragon, its, Bu-cu, toS fehotter
: ice at the
l Ik-t-iworth of this creamfl'eeel' :
Mi-; Xori city (rincni<) ... r't :M Co very
: Cincinnati... ... .. ..... 7'> Tttalesloa .1 It saint Autonm de I'ardo\"a., Quarto I
ha a as -Uenoirjph lowest the Willis
, I I., accepted po-ition ,....... .. .... ; > <>* to order price, \
\ .(l ,! -r iu the law ollice! of \V. W.Klournoy Hurou ... .. ... .. ..... C) ..wKaiuai It 1'llalll",,a:,. Leboffe. loonier Hardware Co. can please''I IVft rurui-hrr- for C''a-h flub,
IL.tn\'llI" ... .... "I r.;; Br U'ilJ", oo>l. ll's. FitzgeratJtoord.r:
f"t .1 J'f" at DeFuuiak Springs. jI j city ._ ..... isKfy S> itus1atavatAaltonento a shelter
f West .. ... .. k, "i Co you. _
S'' 't ; > unel Partridge and wife Mies : Memphis ... ..... .. 71 Hi H R1..S. 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.
t Lena and Mary Partridge: and Master Mobile .. _.... _-' .'sVontxomfry It Hue! sorclle B Ui'i,Costa, to order.cHrsa Subscribe to the NEWS lOc per
: ... ........ M hN I week. .
Branwell: Partridge of Seluia, arrival <>w orl.'ttu* ...... si ts ;ERI.
Sew York .. no' .Vsavaimali Am lara Barton., DeBrut. to master
I Y I It in the city ye-.terday afternoon .. ._.__ M. i* Am James A Uartleld. ;';'i. lull, to 8 S LCO
their home St. Louts 7i MNow ) Am Lizz.eBWilley. .V.Kiveri, to order A
"ii route to summer A. Wade & Son A1
--- -- Am Mury h Morse, :5rS, NvKbury, to Jno ;I
1V ii near Rambler's: Ueit.Organizer A Merritt CoAm ,
is a good time to begin; taking fo.dleton Bros, 71J, Kneeland, to

1 $ in : C. C. Hou-stouu was lat '. Hood'arsapuilla: the medicine SSLCo Br lnion.7J, .Foster to mailer .< REAL ESTATE I

: er ; ni,'ht till sue-t of local 1'ythians. that cleanses the blood and AmV'm J I.ermond, ivi atliard,to a S L k 1 Mosquito Netting ;

,',j ,, 'i i and he attended the meeting of clears: the complexion. CoUP Rental l tats ail Money Brokers
eL Kathbone Lodge No. :in. He hold. -- -- ... .. .
i .
IBS CLEAKttl AND SAILED yOK PEl' .Tr7. '7"--'TT.w.-'TTT. .- t
J t { the ollice of chancellor commander HIGDON MAY COMMAND AGAIN. 8ACOLA.8TIAM8HIPB.. ti.S "'t..t (JiniTiiiiH-nt M. < r ",

, 1' + ( in on" <>f the Atlanta, la., lodge*. < \ )
: Troubles of Third Alabama Regiment Ktlda Horn. Cier, sid London larch .'1lancoe. .
i Willi. B.HO and (Jorge; Pryor I I > Br, std Madeira April i\ City, Surburban Property and < )
Seem Ended.
hkvu returned homo from a trip Hornby (Caill. Br, ifin, oaage, lid Kotterdani .j
l ., 8. The April *> I < )
Hirmlnehara.\ May troubles .ji
) through the irre-u: noithwe-it andover HfNinsliorg, awed: KM, Schrell! CardlrTJrbll Timbered Lands for Sale i i E i .vrltPitrnplf. -i
r of the Third Alabama ri'4'.mpt! < f
I t'> the Pacific C'i-.t iu Califor- t Vermont, Br sid Harry April 25 : ,
hate been anti it tCANOPT '1
patch up aun;: is 1
t i /-upira Bat sid Bilbao March! X < \ )
uia.. They h:ive *een" ni'ich and tell span .- ,
firmly Lriietel l that th> pro-nt slate HAKhAlexander -> Rents Collected Prompt Returns Made ;:-:@) 4 ; .-
< ...
tlntoTlrOf halt
/ inferr- journey- 00' >
will stand. A of the officers "
t m.rting Lawrence, Nor Ib-i, Kos.trio I (II" '"
i11L'9.I' I March \ 4
was held lifri. at.d an aiet>rn''Ut bas < >
Anita f.lt,37t.atTencn; : >T!> Nov2Burallure. >> Valualik* Cill'rt.Mrt| > Ini- !
AttorneyV, C. :\r.r"e returned hpfn reached! whereby all di2feret-ccs: It. sid ,-avona March I'j < >
CognatlIt.atMarseilles: 111:111 1'11\ 1'4111,1 t'ninipr.' \ I'.tl',
thH iiiortnu from :a trip tOklt will he sailed.A .
1 ; : l'olumljI8.lt.l\t., sid Montevideo, )Inch! < >
!L o..r.a:: w h.'re he spent.nine timeiTOfpfctinsr. ticket of officers wa< nia'l t' !hI) "11\'* Mount, It, aid I.etlh Jan i: fuc''all': I II ii
j t Virginia, It, sId Malaga, April! < SEE >
}' He reports that it M :a : submitted to the Rovein-vr. which, it I tWrSPRinG.? .LI
H'IOoSER8, List with Us your Houses for Rent. i
.:"".i country: to make money in fort is thmuht. will m..et with his approval| .. \. I
I I i < .0 Jordan. Am bid :New York \pnlJ7 I t : rut ._. ._ .4
}' '>n. wirh ripitil nr without and elt'ftmn "TIl I l hr order'J at imcc. Nellie W Howlett. Am, sId St'work < r > t
April ..1Like We Guarantee Satisfaction. '
. t principle an t r.e returns to I'ensa-: The sixty is said to he a rwablo to -- ------- < >
-- -------- -- .READY MADE
.1 i ,la uniteanlie..! to rnm. m.iri :|I both factions in the romnifrt.Th. Ilaihlea Ik-lore the St-jtlic, < >
t .> rt-iiihtallmeut of Colonel l III
Paxson & Hall'sTransfer
' 1 don was a part of the arrang CoI1"nt. Baby lives are destroyed in the sum < IN: ALL (1KAIIS I AT
'i. ( mer by cholera lufantnra. The attack -
,1'1.1 r : QUARANTINE and It is said h.' will at oa'e bogin r.' I I 1 < >
I of the di-sea-e i3 i sudden, its
organization in tim; fir tli encamp' < .
progress i is !sometimes terrible aud i
mi-lit It has not I..pn ?;:ven out who
a.j. COMMITTEE rapid. :Mothers who have !given < >
art the toitur.ateinr.ora of the of
their children Perry DaviV Pain.I
I' hi.'a killer in water with a few drops ofbraudradded ) >
White Goods and Laces
can tell how thl* treatment 4 >
: MEET MONDAY ALLIGATOR ATTACKS WOMAN.Farmers' has checked! the diarrhuu and 011TO < )
vomiting, and put the little patientout
For Commencement
Dresses !
of danger.; 2:> and 50 cents. Baggage and Hauling. > >
.- ii i/ -- Wife Near Castleberry Ala.
< ---
Has Narrow >
i .! ; (.'' ,tirnl toV.. Escape. Cleaning ladies: skirts and waist: ;
A. lilount [ the
: n
;) Machinery safe: ;, Pianos and ,
1'H'rirpf'n.111.! ., 4 FRENCH LAWN .' .
May !8! -W F I is one of our specialties. Star Laun a )

nit <)uirantine inv f.tiKatin c<>m-l! I'nce. an irlliu-trl"ls and) prosperous dry. Furniture- Moved Promptly at 4 ORGANDIES:; .. . .. . . . . .. . lie t.. ." v. i
rI >
f ,1 ttte, ILl'; called" a ut.otiugof; the : :Short Notice; al-o Conduct.... .
farmer who lue :i mil- from Ca ;t! A pI i

a .inn itt.'f for ln\l.I.IY May 12th. It'' berry was in his lid 1 at work neat < -itiw NIFTICEwv "-(, 1'1 n".I'-cl.A-+. SWISS. .. . .. .. .. .. . . . . ..(c too .\-'.. v ir I >

,. t clock p. in !Every: niember of ,, his limo-,,. His wifp hal occasion t'RO < PERSIAN\\' . . . . ... ...i&c t- ..... \.t t > t 1

1 tt.committee-1 I'; urged t.) he pr.- I]I to the field, an I when! she got about aSEl1'H :R consignees the captain.of own-the Livery, Feed and < 40-INCH LAWN . . .. . .... . .. ..MO and 1'. v-i ) I

3 I *'nt. a< the couilu-ioii of itnworkHJ i !:I 2'HI!' yards! from h>'r honie she was ut ..'for; Hirundo debts contracted will be- < VAL LACES . .. . . .. .. ... .. .. :. . 5c t, f I s.' i >
4\1'.., : > ir -nid the III1IHrt.Ulc" of a full tai ked liy a torocioiis' alisatitr! ; n. .trfy by the crew of said %.es...I. Sale Stables.Corner BARGAINS: IN SVVI->. KMKUODKUIKMe: : ,:
., li.ll.tEN. < c. I ar : >
t' -ndance iFUNERAL- : t.j six feet in length .
I 1' :acola Lumber o.. Captain.l'onigneea .
t The animal srahld-d th w mar. 1.\! mutt and! < >

: .f j j OFMRS. tin. ankle! Her <.uear.ii l'r'HJ.t.t hhuiidi.tj -! I Zarragossa Jefferson Streets >
N o KI1IIKH: the captain, owners Opposite Plaa. ** Telephone 251.
to her a.-ii,tane at or.I. 'i !JUilliam
nor consignees of the Nor Joljnson uli. >
; with a Mr Monk, who was |pas- ,
; ELLA CLARK 1 for debts contractedby 4 >
p the public r..a and! hard th" the crew of sa.de>sel. HARRY MALLHARK.

I Ln 1 -- !MI nuts 1'>ortIl1l3-I 1) the '?d'or jnh P M >''terCo AKL Brnv.\AR Captato.Conlgneea ., 1 VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVy _v

m.tI"l a shsht flesh wound hut tur 111I11 Manager Traisfer Uepartmi-nt

. 4 1..- fuu.r.il of the late Mr_. Ella the !dds dress a. a number! of pU''e-
r Clark took pi ice from M. Jit-.pih'- an,1.I it is said had it not h.-er. ................*.....................................

church tinii<>riuii at in o'clock for the tinielj assistance: of the two .

))1 + and the rt'uuill" were f.III.lw"ll to men who killed the animal with club! WrV 'VM'IVr JO.OOSuits | .
i l 1| $ : $3.50 She :
Mrs I 1'
i a. I't their II-t r.-tutg; pitch in St. ='1'1' would have probably beer k ; 5

tt t Il'ha..l': cemetery by H Ivrge con- baaiy' injured. .

cour-1 of friendrh --. I! for $6.50 :: : for $2.91( i

I .- peculiarlyad! d-'itb of this''! Gang of Timber Thieves Caught Your .
I : Mobile. May I S.--Th.. wholesale theft Keep Eye .
1,idy! wa* a >hock to thu in.uiy friend* NN
of sawn timber from mills!! on the rivtr ?4..N......1. S..>.......a.*....
t ; of the large family: she leaves be .
,I l hind. '. has been repeatedly! umiplame.i ot ;

. -- -- i iI and an effort to catch the thlovos provel .
1IIK: IVS 1'K:('I<*IOS. .
unsuccessful until ,
I f toda- when lI"j' y rp ON THIS- (* .

.. my sheriffs arrested a number of n*> .
HP SUMII t.'h. Oollep ( ',
I 1 m"s In charge Of two rafts of timber An Arabian Proverb.
. 4 Jnd a \alued at $00'). The neero- claimed
Va., announce huiHelf aia "reform- .
i t-d cotfee toper" and give-, authority i. they were innocent but tmpl.cateJothers SPACEWATCH ..

;c to make the following public state in stealing timber with the result .

') ,E ment."For. that Sheriff! Powers has seven In .
1k 't : the cotfe. habit had He that know and knows
years '. jail and will arrest half a dozen more : not nottteathe know. Lm:
4 been growiiir on me until my condition fool shua him.
; a -
l w i* setting ;eriol\;. 1 have con- It develops that the n xroej; ) had an or, ....AND.... .

9. 'iJ.rable writing to do mid had become gaui/.ed gang; for BttMlinR; tlmb r. The <
..>> nervous chat I h.id to depend :': null men say their losse will run .. k

1 alma entirely upon my wife into) hundreds of dollars each and lev- : He that knows and know Lot that te knows
do the writin Somrtim.when ,
I t' to
oral mills have been vktlmizej. .
1 it'a* imperative that I r.itrn my OUR SHOW WINDOWSMonday h asleep-wake him.

name my hand trembled ..o I could
44 I caret do it. Train Wrecked: One Man Killed. : .

a 'f 1 had severe headaches, stomach Dos Moines [a., May S-An east 4>

trouble, heart trouble, also some ., bound passenger train of the Chicagoand v FOR NEXT + : He that knows and knows that: he know
A friend Rev Is follow
1 Northwestern Z wise-
'oUHeck! d at

t onedaysenttneaprckageofl'ostum r. See with request tint I give up Ames early today. A tramp riding: on him.'i

t Li ,....tft" :and make a fair trial of Potin. *- the front coach was killed and Mail :

if !: Clerk Griffith of Dos Moiceg. seriously BargainsYOURS I j He that knows te can buy his Clothe from
I took the advice and the headache -
injured None of the McMillan
passengers were : and Beer at Cost and don't
also the
ceased, stomach
t trouble. I now have no heart seriously hurt. Tour cars left the Is an ass-(de, ride hi::.

LI ', trouble' at all except when I me coffee track, but did not overturn. t

i I for a time. My old nervousness

it a thing! of the ps*t. New Brunswick Enterprise. !

My wife alo suffered for years Brunswick Ga. May 3-Tna Brunswick -A'E.; I
: iI with heart trouble and extreme ANXIOUS TO
LJt'rvou..ne (She bad found relief I, Taint. Oil and Varnish company i ............... 1..N....

f ,, by leaving! oil cotlee and uin Posti'im. has been organized la this city. with a i.

; i : We' now think it a much better capital stock of $i9PO). Among the Hats I

r. 4 I have drink known than of either a number coffee or of tea.casesri I stoikholders leading: and are>substantial some of citizens DruDi"! irk's and -C L. FRIEDMAN & CO. i iIMwA1rnM'AwA I!$2.00| i $5 Pi

.. t that have: been entirely cured or
greatly benefitted by leaving oil coffee the new company promises to add I it for $1.00 : : forNNNNNNNNNNN i
'l greatly to the manufacturing interestof #
and"using the new beverage the \ i!I' :
f :um. city. I. .
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