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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 17, 1902
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VOL. 38. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA SATURDAY AFTERNOON MAY 17.1902 NO 98 .:

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MOST LADIES NEED TONIC A EVERY SPRINC. ; ALFONSO XIII I I J



I CROWNED KING ; .I 1I' .

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pecial to the New-

I Madrid, May 17.-Kiag;; Alfonso .

I t I w K":., owing to the death of lu*

I fattier} has been kin_ of pain since

hip birth, was officially; crowned th-> Baking Powder :

reigning soveri;n of Gibraltar the

I :,pani?!' pos-e iou iu the! K-t-t and
I II Made of Pure Grape Cream of Tartar. .'
I II I West Indie?, ou the coutiutut cfOc"Hiiica ,

in :Madrid this afternoon.

,I The dignity; ofpain! among nations (' Safeguards the food '

today h shown and her ancestral '

glories recalled by the large I i

JULIA V. TELLER j/ number of attendants who witnessed I against alum.

the
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if!h".I,\HP.\K.V.\ McI ).Udii'r'.t-i i I II
n\\ ",, .. I.mir.luo llihht.n I taking of the oath by Alr.hn*o \I II. I i
+ \ M ( .t RT .s.R.1i PJ.3E1 C3.,109 WIU!"'IT.Hl YOm
i writ.thrt following! letter Among the gathering were a long f I

.-..11.. .rii...; 1' 'in.i from 47 Dayton list of foreign I
prince,
I.i I. special embassies -
8tr t, ,t, I'ii'Mo..:
BLOODSHED AT
ATLANTA'
and from
"II) iv"i: : '' t-lin! s of gratitude forMi representatives allj

t'i.00 1 i. its.,. frumthe ner>f Peruna the government*, the chamber j
that '! l.irv proclaim to human-kind ,
and !
deputies thousands of disj I ----
!II'I'r.I.'n hoping that It will hen I 1
," 'j'.'M:n -rttii t.sufererlikemy+elf. i MRS, I j tiaguihed personage*, including

.. ter.! .: f'>r year with what app MARY HARDY I !: members: of the Cortes Grandees of ,II FOUR POLICEMEN AND FIVE NEGROES KILLED
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i" i t i ; an incurable malady, and f-pain.J: ;
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af' r 'rent vxpon-ie incurffl consult- I
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in- ,,': \ -1<'13nl without any benefit, I -
i.' r' '.'linn'tided to try Veruna. A;* afx.lifit almost on-.tant haokai'he for the la-t I I V- DECORATED IN HONOR :
Intense Excitement Prevails and
.. State
r' \ 1 pure-hared a !little, and' Y"ar. The other two r-uffered from catarrh : Troops
.iia! .lulf of th.I'"nt.'nt+Wl're 11"1"(1'' of the heal and throat. OF KING ALFONSO XIII Ordered
1! >;tH'nfft.-jal re uh'. I am -on- "I Out. I
have u-cd it after a incwt unpleasantpj ,
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e nnj to use same, and mhhty: I ,
-rien>'t% with an attack of la grippe,
i ,'uur-'ly well. My di ea.-t Mt-nird to and found th.it thrco bottles completely I Today i* one of tl.e utmost pomp i iI '

.. narrh "f the stomach, and the re-torod me to lth.-Julia V. Tt-lliT. in3pain, the glad occasion being in | -_. -- 'I
':&t i-" it.n H.-n-ution, and tin heavy, I I i Special:! to The Seas,
Mr+. Marv! Hardy of f>M W. 1'olkstreet !i
.1/1:01,1, tin-d-out feeling with whu-h I Chn-ajo, Ill., write: I commemoration of the attainmentto Atlanta, May 12.Four policemen A GROCERY

-i'T.!r--l... especially aft -r fating:, have I "/ find It necessary each spring to MRS.fATHERitR.BERTOS I! his majority of King Alfonso XIII I and five negroes were killed this ;i \ ;
left me, and di tMHH TiT i
ly my ;: >
take some kind of a tonic and have I I! and the consequent coronation. He
in splendid, condition, all of I II ; in a suburb of
Pittburg
morning
tried a great many but have found is BURGLARIZED
to the of PerunatpAItA ," now a full-liedged king. !
'we use : !ctomoch, which lieoamp ajjirrav.i 'I I I I
of sucha'ue as Peruna. ;
!. MCDONALD. none art-ry time I caught Alight:: cnlt!. My I i A reminiscence cf the happy oc- that city, in a battle: which followed
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iv V. Teller, of 2r,13 PrairieS "After takings few doses I feel the ,
fool did not diet properly,pnd lq! IOH
I I cisicn i is
he tLe
to ,
seen at Railroad an attempt to capture negroes
>. i .ukee Wi*., i-t 1'reni'frnt of good effects and seldom need to take its licit charm until I tried l'<,run",. It 'I The store
Youn\; Woman' Union. : more than one bottle as a spring medi mad a new woman of me. It;took cLht 1 wharf, where is moored: the Spanish one of whom Lad waylaid :and held grocery of'an Pelt ;

,\ I'eruna t:+ given in the clne.-Mrs. Mary Hardy. tattles to etfwt a complete cur" but I I steamship Franc:-ca. This vessel is Bro<., 31 East Garden street, was entered

-- Mr 1 *. Catherine H. liertw, b03 N". Elm would not he hack in the former condition :, decorated from up a man. by a burglar duriuz{ last night
stem to stern with
,"/ ., 11. Young Woman' feign *trwt, fVntraliA, 111., write: fur a thousand dollar I am inort A policeman and one other white and a box containing dozen fresh
I .- 'tl praise for I'eruna. I have found 1'e.runa tne mot s\U.- grateful for twins'curvet ('omrt.tdyand | gay !Spanish national colors and presents I eggs, several hams, a
j ',ir '-mliers have been moat ''I fjin medicine I -ver tried in my life.I t.r.l letter than I have done for years."- I t! one of the most beautiful of i man were fatally wounded. I bucket of lard and ten-pound
numerous other
v "?. t to ip"41. One of them hail I r-uffered for years wrth catarrh of the !Catherine H. Ikrt.". I sights The state troops have bE>ordered article taken.

The lassitude incident to spring weather is especially trying to women. Ailments peculiar to the sex I -
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out with artillery to attack the I The cash register was forced open, .
of many varieties are especially prone to aggravation. All this class of affections are fitly described
i injuring the delicate combination.
bi the term "pelvic catarrh. PELEE ,
AGAINBURSTS i, houses where the negroes have ,I Cash was conspicuous
4ny woman wishing to be placed on the list of Dr. Hartman's patients for free home treatment and I has I by its absence,
I gathered and entrenched themselves Mr. Van Pelt had
aJ\Le should immediately send name and symptoms, duration of disease and treatment already tried. I I always taken

Directions for the first month's treatment will be promptly mailed free of charge. No free medicine FORTHspecial I, the wie precaution to either bank
i his cash sales '
every day or at close
*lll be supplied by the doctor, but all necessary directions will be furnished.
The entire police reserve of the of the
: day's business to
I Read what the above ladies have to say of Peruna as a cure for these cases. put all his

If you do not derive prompt and satisfactory results from the use of Peruna, write at once to Dr. city is on duty. cish in a saf. ,

thrtman, giving a full statement of your case and he will be pleased to give you his valuable advice gratis.. to The NewsI The names of the dead officers; are: The burglary was reported to the
\ildress Dr. Hartman, President of The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, Ohio. I Fort de France May 17.-Mont Pej police upon its discovery this morn
City Policeman Thomas Grant. ing and the city sleuthes
j lee has: burst forth aaln and as are-I are looking I
into the matter.
suIt a widespread state of paralyzing: City Policeman Edward Crabtree.

TO-DAY'S MARKET REPORT 1 MINE OPERATORS I PEACE APPROACHING 1 fear and terror exists over the stricken -! County Policeman Robert Osborne. I carried So: many away things that were a natural missed inference and

I island,today. The panic-stricken is drawn that there
!'1 1'J-; S.1Gh.1STOChI:1l'N.IYGGFart : ; Bailiff Battey.: were more

Goxeriiiiient Street.HTOUKri. THROW DOWN IN SOUTH AFRICA 1!I II I the natives Ht. Pierre fully expect horror.a repetition of The officers burned the house in the than two two, whose persons tracks in the were plot,discern or that


i. GAUNTLET i --- Mont Pelee's renewed burst of activity which Will Richardson, the negro and ible, loaded had a dray stationed nearby: .

Open. Hizh. Low. Close. I. Special to The New I came suddenly between 10 wanted, had barricaded himself, but The best of hams the were groceries taken thereon.and I

.Mr .latJ'a:! 12712H. 1M London May 17.-Peace in BouthAfrica Ii as
x . 77'I-, 7> 77'a 7718 ,,,,,, to The N'WUkesbarre.... i and 11 o'clock Thursday night he escaped to the house adjoining. many as a half dozen, it was stated,

.. his: I01A :39', : !F, I Pa. i is unquestionably on the i' Great Hashes of brilliant flame were Henry Grant, who was aiding will be missed when the stock Is
17-A
May few
.151 151' }5I1151 horizon, not because the coronation I finally taken.Entrance .
: v N .13."I-t' 13'J: 13' 1-t 139\ email disturbance, occurred last emitted from the volcano, which illuminated Richardson to escape, was captured.: :
is and wishes to was gained
coming England through
M a
i r I'i)7, W t+" 4 s\ all the sky for miles
Vi\ ITJ: : 132: 131 131 4 night m the Lackavauna region make that event a week of unclouded The second house was burned, but rear window. The pane was smashed ;.

1 .1 lIiiJI16iJR 1t61 2 167 where nonunion men attempted to I around. Thick glowing red cloudsof and the lock unfastened. Then a J
but because the Richardson again escaped, taking
I". .IR'2 14si2 Hilt iis: i: work in the mines. t.ijoyment smoke, interspersed with flashes steel wire netting was pried out of :
6PI6P, 64'4' 64i, Boers have enough and know the of refuge in the barn. place, the thief using the head ,
I' lOa 103l.: 1027, 103 There ia now in the process of bright light, are today issuing of a I
1 1. 1 GU-: 621, 61't 61?II game is up. from the volcano. Huge showers of barrel to elevate himself to a position :
(tfc- I !99'4 &K 97 97 formation among the foreigners an All reports from South Africa are GLASS PINS high enough to work. When II
cinders
are often thrown out, whichtake
anti-strike party who are willing; to encouraging and the British in all i i I once inside, the window was raised I ;
work for the offered the I twenty minutes or more to rah and the things passed through to '
VKW: yom COTTON wages by a ..
I
circles believe it will only be a short DISTRIBUTEDBeautiful "
confederate
pen. High Low. Close. operators, and who will be when organized on the outside.
Mi\' 'el'! 911 9c 9c while before the Boers surrender on I BRITISH AMBASSADOR Mr. Van Pelt said this morning ''
few hundred I I I
J.. "v, 887 Sfi'J: S69 a strong- the terms laid down by Great that he had been expecting to be remembered :
A .-..-; ,-,. s59 j,4.j 84,{ Wherever an organization baa numbers 1902 class pins were by the burglars : ',.
Britain. yesterday as
'"' -1! sI3 Sitt S02 i ASKS TO RESIGN they I' ,
II, : "r: 7'J7\ 791; 791 I sufficient to protect them the distributed to all members of had worked all around him. He i I

.operators are prepared to equip TROUSER THIEVES i iI i the graduating class of public school kept his store brilliantly illuminated I

niltAGO-WHKAT. 'puma and put the new men to work I Editor DailY. News. No. I.The. all night, however, and the interiorcan I
I : easily be seen from
"1'"n. High. Low. Close I if engineers go out. ARRESTED TO-DA : London, May 17.-It is reported pins are valuable and beauti of the street. either side i

-..' v "' 75 it'13 7'j here that Sir Julian Pauncefote, ful in design,and each faithful pupil 1;I

1'> : j" 73g; 72S 73'4CO ; THREE KILLED -- I British ambassador to the United receiving one is very happy of the Ladles Can Wear Shoe i I
emblem. The design is 1
one that has
KM. States has asked the British cabinet one size smelter after using Allen'i Foot-
Jim Nettles and Isaac Johnson, shown a taste in its selection and i is Ease a powder to be shaken Into the iboei. ;
<'', .. Hish. Low. Close. i SEVEN INJURED I to accept his immediate resignation, Itmakei tight or Dew Iboel feel e&11JIVtI 'I
", Iii:! 6P4 61 6P" colored, were arrested this afternoonby on the ground of ill health. very appropriate for the commencement Instant the greatest relief comfort to corns and bunion It'i !

"'-i'; 601.4 59'g 597. I Officers Ray and Sanders respect I It is understood the cabinet is ex occasion. Cures and prevent swollen discovery feet of toe blister a.l.. i
---- I Both In the city jail, callous and sore spoil. Allen's Foot-Eai I
ively. are now ,
periencing some difficulty in nominating is a certain cure for ,
sweating, not,
LAVAL! STORES! MAUKET.l Special to The News.Williamsport having been refused the privilege of his successor Sir Henry How CAPTAIN KRYCER GETS feet.Don't At all druggists and shoe stores acnlag, 25c. ;

>p.rt Hl Da1l1-';;; The New by Pa., May 17.-The bail.These I ard i3 about the only diplomat who HIS MONEY BACK FREE accept by mall.substitute.Address,Allen Trial 8. Olmsced package, .. '
LeKo1N. r.
, Union Naval Score Go.J Buffalo dyer collided with a freight negroes, it Is alleged, are is thought to be well fitted for the i iI '. J

) aosiR.J train on the Pennsylvania Railway the "trousers burglars" who have I post, but the fact that he has an Celebrate Fourth Woddlnf.

S\I H ... _.. .....IISSi lines at the Jersey shore early this been stealing clothing by means of I American wife disqualifies him. Captain Jacob Kryger received a New York M&r IS.-Townitod Mill .
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hooks affixed to long poles. One of letter this .
J. 3 15 F ....._ ......... 1.2) morning. morning from Maurice C. r. a Mo&uuk halfbreed lirtag at Jamaica ;
ass E .. .......seta: them had a pair of pants which bad I Sullivan from 1.. L. and who claims
Columbus
II Washington, May 17. to b4
Lord Ala.
S .5 I) .... _..._.... 1) Three persons were killed and I containing
this when
1 .... 1 X C 4: below..._. 1 M8'5ITi seven injured.The I been stolen in manner ar I Pauncetote's condition is reported $15 to cover the draft which lot yean old, ha* just Ua marrtef
TUBFl.lTIHl-15'j. rested. 1 as slightly improved this the fourth tlma.McDuffie's.
morning.
was left with the
one great virtue of Burnett'i Vanilla i captain some time
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bICDuffie'sTasteless Chill Extract Parity. It is real vanilla extract Marston $ Quina carry i London 17. The ago and which was refused by the Little Blue
May foreign of-
Cute will build up broken down and nothing but vsaillt: extract. (Alwaysuse I I ..
Jlms. and make the blood rich and Cur nrtra,) the largest line of matting, I flee officials: deny that there is any I banks. Capt. Kryger returned the Liver Pills makes blue people I
cleanses
bright, the
-J'' certain cure for chills,guar11 I( truth in the statement that LordI draft to Mr. Sullivan today. deletenous and system of all ;
: d Ice freezers that rugs window shades, etc., unhealthy matter 1
>t your money refunded. cream :
Pauncefote has resigned as ambass a' and makes a new person of
>f d >; John 50 CEKTS. Pal- freeze Quick, at the Wittis in the cityWe lay our I bor to the United States on accountof Cleaning ladies skirts and waist 25 CEVT3 you. I :
y sjheppard, 405 S. is one of oar specialties. Star Lan Bold
x street Hardware Co.'s. matting free. ill health. dry afox street.by John Sheppard, 103 S. Pal '




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j THE DAILY NEWS: PENBACOLA. FLORIDA SATURDAY.

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DEDICATED.
r1 GOOD GOVERNMENTIN HALF A MAN. MONUMENT .

;1 Good !! Fifty Thousand Witness Impressive

enough ESGAMBIA When a man is sick and can only work Ceremony at Indianapolis ,

half the,time he is practically half a man. I May 15.Impressive'ceremonies
' It requires his whole physical energy to Indianapolis
for I -- do half a man's work. and an assemblage of LQIsIa1t
anybody
'N In general the weak run down more than 50.0M people made notablethe

CALL ISSUED FOR A MASS condition which cuts the strength dedication of the Indiana state soldiers' .

HAVANA FILLERTLORODORA'BANDS I I1I and energy in half is due to disease and sailors monument at 10
fLL MEETINC NEXT MONDAY of the stomach and other (f i'
this morning, the cornerstoneof
of and nutrition. o'clock:
1 organs digestion
for Infants and Children.The .
NIGHT. You could not expect a half which was laid in IbJtf in the pres

starved man to work more of Benjamin Harrison and his
ence Kiml You Have Always Bought has borne the signature ;
The
than lull tbe time.
monument stands in the
-- condition of the man cabinet. The of Clia II. Fletcher and hat been made under Ins

1I i I The following has been issued to ,, with weak stomach is center Monument place in the beast IIt'r!nal supenision for over 30 years. Allow no oiu>
that of the half starvedman. of Indianapolis. It cost J5f'S,318.
deceive in thi. Counterfeits, Imitations and
to
for you
Ii the democrats: of cambia county lie is weak John W. Foster, of Washington, D.
. ".t-a-good" are but Experiments, ami endanger the
is I|I neHing at Clutter's Hall next :Monday through lack of nutri- C.. former secretary! of state deliveredthe \ :
health of Children-Experience against Experiment.
tion.Dr. oration of the day.
. nigttIay 19: Pierce's Golden
', ,, I I :Medical: Discovery General Lew Wallace author of Ben The Kind You Have'Always.Bought
: Call: Democrats.
. i I 1 I to curt diseases of the Hur presided at the ceremonies and

1/a We the undersienf-d democrats o. stomach and other or- delivered a short address, marked by Bears the Signature of

Escambia county Florida request all 1 gans of digestion and simplicity and eloquence. Gu.staviusV
democrats Interested in the insuring nutrition. enables
Menzies. of Mount Vernon on the
of good government in Escambia the perfect nutritionof
county to meet at Clutter's Hall in the body and so restores I part of the board of control of the

PensaVola.: Florida on the 19th day the strength. monument: delivered! it to the stateI

, ? 4c 4ci11 |lot May 19i'2! : at eight o'clock pm.. |I le"I from had stomach hirth" writes trout I I I an-1 Gov
C M. Jon!'. P. Olsen.J MrVilhs Seaman, of i I speech of acceptance. James Whit-
M. Mah'.on.! M. A. Dubuls!;on.IL \\ashiiiKtom-ille Or- comb Riley r('!ul a poem written for In Use For Over 30 Years.
I Hilton Green. CV.. Pfrifft-r. nKe Co. N Y ami suTerrd .
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!. with it more or lest a- I crew up. the occation entitled] "The Soldier.: I r re cr n iu, CCWA M7 ft MU..a7.7.r r* arwy0.a C'Tgraai
I Frank Reilly. W. n. Wright. Al the age of J' I was 'iroken H M M H Bai BgBaeBsri'v ivri j
Iii Mansfii M Morrno. M. II Clark down with dvpepsia My Buffering i I The dedicatory ritualistic servif-p

T 1-:. Whiles. X. Colt _ero. was terrible Could not eat was conducted \
jt.i R Forbes !I. T. liierne.Jolin without few tertam distress things Could and only wa- nut rata Indiana. Grand Army of the Republic! IThe Star 1

B. Jor.es. Harry Ulumer. able to work half the time Kv- which is holding its annual encamp- Laundry .
11. W Rfilly. A. A! Credille. cry thing I tried only gave me ,
temporary relief My wife final1yp..r.nad..d riHin lit t this: wett".
Thos II. Johnson. P. MaMox. me to try I>r. Nerve'sGolden
J Amlrews. W. U. Jordan.J Medical D"co'rl'and p" ...II.; the dedication was a his

Ooo. White. F./ C. Horton bottleof'I'Visant 'Pellets'loulolenkdal I took I si iscovery' *- toro al 1'1.1/. of the flass.nm ; i Biggest, Busiest, Best I

5 GI( o T. Morgan. J Harris Pierpont and two vials of IKxtorPierre's f' > the dedication! there was a I _
Carl '\loJlH.lbHt Riera.Dr Pleasant i'tlUts. 1 then .
i :j: t.e o! the Grand Army i 1
felt *o well that I topped taking
Meriwethar.
W E. Anderson.W. H.
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mediniie !several nioiiths h3Vpa..1 'ilir,;: and military organ/.1! 'I'
O. M Pryor. I!. E. Clutter. and I can do the haide-t
I) W '\k'liIln.Y.! II. Trainer. kind of work can eat anvlhing -Tort h''ns! the governor ', lYe Gainer Up Thin :

W C O'Neal. J. P. Goodman.B that it. I is am set 2;before jcar-me old and and envoy ih:- 7 ,::I'i 1 t!;<' [liana l atr..1: !, p n \

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H Pitt. .1 no. PfE'iffH. n the first tune 1 have eier I .f ,

K-Jink I. Mar.e. J. B. ]Roberts. been w..lI" ,y From all part: ? oe t !: .',
are J Kmnift W. .
from R P. Rcvse. A, C Moreno. stipation. ton!' the ihim-e in the price of I,c'i -y < fur delivery men will i .

; of same value as tags \V. L. Moyer. .\. 1:: Sehmitz.W wail: :lay:I UlfftTi-nce: at your boardn. a -
LEAF : where, at any time that -:1'>: i .
'OffUHNOWtonjMi
t :STAR S. Koys-r. 11. T. D'\Jf>mIPrtr..Ifllu TbfVr nK Hoom."While 11111-';:"
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i. GOOD LJCK VLD PEACH MONET 0.Wd. .kh.nthonv Riora. siiftidin! ; a vacation nt P-.tlffird ithey: now give us our bash tot: r Write or telephone n* ai.d wdeavor ,
0. I. Lappington, C. F. Xash. I .
' WORsnd I RICE GRfENVILlf" lluiry R!"'llinspr. Jim Burr. f prin;.:!'. I'a.. some years ago," Ic1rt.. -Clilcajre; Itecord Herald.STEAMSHIPS. : to erveyou l>;:tr. -

: Tobacco. P. I. lul..n!>truth, A. C .Ellis. said a Baltimore! lawji the other day, I : y !

{ Frank& Mariner. Oeo. W. Turton. "I went late one night; to my room as : I i I other Laundry can. ;

{'. L. Mann. C. Corner. I supposed unlocked the door and wa: I I :

1 ... J.I.M.. Johnson W. O. Dail). t startled by a woman's creams. I realized -' I I ;

Hairy Kahn. J. 11. Spoon. at once that I had gut into the !t ALL WORK C. 0. D.
GCCfo CEllEd fd 2ES Dflimrt f-
.j i T. \\hitins. X Apotlp. .. ( ; [ :
Wathour! Scores Another Victory. wrong room, ion may lIe sure I u.u i,
Jam. s Hugh. I.1.11FndriT. JAN OCEAN TRIP
Atlanta! '*'a\ 1'. In nut waste time fretting out Into ;
a :.i. i.-plHc, Steve Allen.! J. H. TIprry.Tho any ; TELEPHONE J 14. 27 GARDEN ST-

with .'s' ;t.nn; Niitin-i. (E' ,'bt: : Wai ,.;. 1"1.11')1.. L. rrintton.: the crr lohl'kin ; the door again ;. ( ? '

thour ''a-i ii.;cht d'l mot.-tla$1 hi.- superiority .Ia- O'Pri-n. _\. G. Clopton.L. : iuiJ entering my room which happened To NEW YORK, BOSTONj WALKER INGRAHAM Manager.

as a buydc ri It'r over Nat Spottswood.lfn ) L. Quigley. I, to l-t the next: one. L A""O ,

Butler in two fastly: ridden heats at U. Brers.I Marvin Starns. "Vrhile!! I was: doiiiff! this the woman ,l( EASTERN RESORTS )k -

,. JacoLy. n. W. Jones. i continued screamine.: alarmins the ,
the Coliseum trark. The work of' F. I:. Urawner. (Chas Riera. I \'. bole hotel A crowd soon gathered, tYfa cu'f'\t\nn\ W. B. WHIGHT
) GOffiPflflY
both men came in for a deal of commendation .1..1. Kirkpatrkk.U. A. Xoblps. and when the woman could be per !II 4 rh. @)WOTv M ), i [ ,,

from the audience and RutIff I H. \\'llitflJf'acl.rthllr A. Rrown. '
i I suaded to open the door she declared 4 OCEAN: STEAMSHIP CU.VAYL"W1TE : \ r't..f
at the finish 'has. Johnson. Jo!:. M. Lf-Haron.
was as heartily cheered ) MANCFACTCKEKS DEALER IN
there was a man In her room. Of |i 1 Si I mK :-n< lit: \
S. Past-n..Jr. J C. Whitinsr.
for his work /I.
I gain as Walthourfor
was
John Thompson. .r. C. Van Pelt. I course no intruder was found and, as 5 5O Hours of Ocean Breexes -
his fast and !wit ntilir riding Fully! the dl4)rlS locked when crowd "* each WeeK fj LUMBER LATHS
the
S. 7.. Gonzalez Jr. Thos. F. Xee. Sailings i 1't rr ,

1.000 person witnessed the eor.tm.ticiano R. .\. Cr"IiIJp.rthur MrConnell.W. gathered, the lady was told that she' x 4 from Savannah Ca. '

t K. Robinson. W. R. F-ll. must have had a nightmare and inuig-
SAWED CYPRESS SRiNGI[ Sh 'Rrlr) 1
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f t ;
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iUioiim.tlihin ( i thin I' : I '
'lIrE'.1t'lf'r J. Hnefces. H. W. Simmons. tried she saw a man in her room. II T if strain let v ir. iw v '
Fourteen Year of Joe Jai'i'hy. r. E. LPWIS." *( ;enable\ i sj.ff.1.siri, \1'.| .ntMi.'iilIT. j .
hutlcrinji.I I kept quiet and every one else in the 'I 44.glr.n.n: v .t1.I| 1-1' > |'" to f .
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-- PENSACOLA.; FLA.
w -i --.Iiri i ill. p. f \ .. -=- -
h have been atllicted with sciatic lh'nryliyrr. .T)1. Roper.Thn hotel was convinced that the lady's Imagination I "" ,v -. .-.1.. I "'r
.\, (, lUrry. '. Miner. rt". '
1
\ rhtum.iti-in for fourteen year: had worked her fears." M t I r. Nf" r
upon
gays Jo-h Kd.rar. of (terinantpwii. T. J. MoSwoen. C. TX Hays. I fall e.rla. "I5U""O" ao Yi.t'aar.M.fTI. 1

Cal. "I wa allto be around but (" R. Gonzalez. .\. D. Weller. Baltimore :Sun. : B II....-.. >xllrilinr., ; CTC tcl.. APPLY. IVii..To r.l.. Its VK fj ROYAL ST1XD1RD \I1'1IISE\\ !{ \

constantly utfered I tried everything Win Smith. Martin Johnson. I > M.t>, Mit.MI. TI>L'I ,..., l'........ I'I
i I could hear of and at l.i-t wa J. (;"White. Jr. I.. M Davis. i Popular Weather Notion. j I II IL .t..n..un... l....t.l ,..1. J..'_.lllr.lU 1 ',
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told to try ('liamberl.iiu'j lain Balm I,10. H. Smith. R. M.: Bishnll. {I How often do we hear the remark. |I )I"Jf ""1 8 Years Old in Cases of 4 Fell Quarts, at S3.20 per case

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if f which J did and was immediately ;,' rno tJfI. J. C. Williams. "We shall have rain the atmosphere i

relieved and in a -hurt time cllle 1'1; L. L Jarjn.: E-l.! Ditmars. Is: so -i\y" The reverse; is true. 6KNEItAIJ I'1tIClt: ICIIEIH'U;

I and T am happy to ay it ha not ,| WHISKKYiditillf:
J lncf>.'rt'tllrl1"t\\ Why not ue tin I)1.. Thi::iK-n. .\ S.J.. Pinnp} I chimney! with a tendency to sink to j I i Following is thechedule of the THI y., Di-mlery, and i- fully mature! III w".'
liniment and well It i i" for ale \v. HolHfifM.W. :/ ] .\. 11. Payne. General
French
get; 1 the ground, it indicates that the atmosphere !i government steamer before bottling it ub-ioliitely pureind am <'x.

by .alldru (;.:i-ts and mKlicinede.ilm Jdidevine.Vm.\. Butler.] J.non L. McLellan.P.eirnp.D !' is HjrLt-in fact too light to I j which THE XKWS prints for the :, celled in quality by any Vhiky! of the lame :t.-
erg.P
\ Sharklcford. C. Touait. Coat the I'lIIl1ke.'ht n the smoke i irises i i benefit of the merchants who ship no matter where prmiuced. The Royal Htandnr :
H' eight; years; old when bottled, and coo-ideni .
fj'f Flank Pate. M. lli ra. : from the chimney, it indicates a :. their goods to the various army its excellent quility, i i.* the cheapest win kcy .

c31/1 'arr"l1 CporJe.; A. Johnson.John j heavy atmosphere. A column of smoke :: pob: : the market at that pric" A< a beverage, and .

3 : tlirr C J. Burkp. Crook. is nut a bad !barometer for a barometeri : Leaver Pensacola .. 7:<*> a. m. i an absolutely pure stimulant, there u Lone b..". .

; <,ilgnatnrs on even t>ex cf the gmnine! ..1.ndf'rson.. F. \\ I1iams. i simply records the pressure! of the at I8\"e IH"r8n"'IL .. .._ .. ltm.; m. I shipped: in ca"containing uo marks whatevt r .
I r IiY.. Itc-nifay. _V Port}"!::. When 1.1\1" 1'ickcns ...11:1-1 IB. 111.Lravrs I( indicate ,. If .'
mosphere. the Is content ,
atmosphere purchaser examim! i
LaiativeBromo-Quinine Tablets upon
1'. F. Shaiit. J"f' F.'hro. liarritncns .. .. ...._. (Si5 R. in.Leare I!
.: ; Hbe remedy that CUftII. cold [none daj.Pynyl W. A. Crook P. !'dlaml/'alt. light and the smoke settles, the pressure PfiiMtooln .. IUhta.lu.l, the whi.key, i* i'''* ati-fied with the quality 1
on the mercury is light, and the I Arrives Karraucnn 11:1U H. m. and then can return the ame at our expense and lIIt' : ;
; !"l."mStop< theTI kill,!:. F Mania. S: F P..iait:: column falls I makes a trip to hurtMcKre and then returns will be refunded.
indicating storm. When
!II ; (U<]OQlLkW UiUirnelinn'*U11Wn1U IWIlI11 u..ru 111l R.IIOF Ft' !H!: "T't. I to llarrancns. "r t All orders t-hould be '
: :> l. the atmosphere. is heavy and the smoke) 1.fiivs Barrancas ..... IIa: p. m. accompanied byn
:
i .1tnl \ it') .. .. .. .. .
i' Leaves I'lckeiiB 1:25 p. in. EIGHT YEARS OLD currency, postotlice m"lpyortJer. bank draft or..I
I
" \ 1I().pllall'f. rises! tbe pressure is greater and the Leaves Pt Hcola _. .. 4uip. order.Ve refer First Xar .
j I. r leaves l'ickn ...... :5:15 1-a' press money to !
Wbate\iT sight have: Ut-n FaiJ column rises indicating fair weather. p. m'l Bank or merchant in 1'eutacola.
Arrives Knrraneas 5ul i p. in. and iL allY
against the Venetians: they were a RELIEF FOR CUATAMAUH Pleasure seekers and others before trip to McKee and return. .t

bootable lellpll-tllIS. too in small *> starting out should therefore watch i On 1Vednesdaysandsaturdays the _

wen as In great matters. NYbeii for EARTHQUAKE SUFFERERS the smoke.) i boat will leave Ilarrancas via Pick 3 S. A. FRIEDMAN

exaiBplc.! in 1170. t-nibassador from for l'enjac01:1 6JO
an i ens at p. m.
" Wan Others to Know."I -
tbe khan of Tartary visited the city I --- The General French i is for .
have u-ed DeWitt' Little : army = .y, Snl.E PROPRIETOR PKNSACDLA..\.
and It wns known that the khan and i ViceConuI Vincent J. Vidal of Early tiers for constipation and! purposes; only and anyout
ti. suit carried but one shirt apiece ink" CtiaUinala ha-5 teed an appeal for torpid liver and they are all right! I have a pas.; from the quartermaster 5 -yc I1. O. BOX11"1. TIXKI'HOM-: : : K>
theIr bags, the senate formally voted am glad to indorse them for I think o take pa,?age o t her. tits
donation for the thousand left
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1 :0 ducats that they might be provided! when we find a (food tiling/ weouirht .0 a a..,..,,,t,a M..tJ -
,
:. with additkmal shirts which were accordlngly homf leby the arth'lulke: which to let others know it," writes Alfred STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE aA ealrn fug fjfl handle every clam: of Liquorold

I made "alia tartarescha" and destroyed two Giutamalm cities Heinzf, (uincy, Ill. They never I I- bulk or bottle, wholesale or retail at I rice t .i

4 prevented. We can Imagine how the April is: Every charitable l'eua- gripe or' d btre.'iurp, safe pill,;. : are way down.
!oj Hariri-! Pharmacy John Bi'lupon IVnsarola and Millon IloatKIIMH I
iviliau Sheppard.Sidney r '
good councilors and citizens would coy hould yubcribftiniethinj; AGENT FOR THE: FAMOUS PABST BEER.

Soy,tbi Undly little jest. Donation-s have thus far been madea Kahn.Seasonable I Daily Fxcept Sundaj.> .
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-, follow- : "CITY OF TAMPA." I
house hoi land
Don't Start Wrong. ( WICKESCO.
A. Ii rf'f 11 # 1 IKI I
-I Don't start the -ummer with a kitchen utensils at the Lv :Milton d:3i)llLlIl Lv Prusa olnIZ'put" ,
Jake Jjipp-. -J mi ArPeuaaeola.Rvam Ar :Millon : 'ipiu
lingering cough or cold.Ve :111knoW' tarertdc. hound II. trip
what a "ummer cold" i It'sthe Willis Hardware Co.'s.
Plumber Gas and Steam
hardest kind to cure. Often it Fitter
i We will launder tot !Il DR. KING'STRY I I
"hanjr* on" through the entire ". ason. Morris l>ar. t ooCah your spreads ,
\ l 16 cents each and make them lool
Take it in bund right now. A .
few dose nOne :MiuutCnurh Cure I 00 tike uw Star Laundry. NEW DISCOVERYFOR No. & South Palafox utr'>Pt !

will i'et011 rlht.ure cure for M. L. 1 (mCah All Kinds d Plumbing and Gas Fitirv*! M ..-.kl.! (ler wft. -

: coughs, colds, croup. ;rrip. bronchitis 1 on THAT COLD. "" Lrlor4nflY 'rl/\ ..a'.. .

all throat and lung trouble. .\bsolutely Nick Apo-tle ...... ... .. .. 1 imI'ah A. Wade & Son TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.
F ,afe.. ,Act at one> Children .
I till ,
like it. "On Minute Coush Cures ConumptionCoughs,

; Cure i* the bet coiuh: medicine I tie'I.1'. Morgan. I mi Colds Bronchitis Asthma A. l -A/v:
.< REAL ESTATE < e
ever n-ed, siys: J. P. Bowie<. P.K. Tornoe. JOt. A /--'Y

-I' Grovpton N. H. "I never found Chris Thie-en... .. ... I imCah PneumoniaHasFerl'rPicu-
.; anything eNe that actedo safely Rectal t l tats and Moiey Brokers risy LaGrippe Hoarseness
.
I till suechSop!' TO AVEKY I I./- 'UK-.
t' and quickly. }Hariri Plnnnacy.John .
Carl-on & Lind. Sore Throat and
I
w
K.ihn. Croup :
r'hel'I'ard.'idlH'Y -S Iti'u.t
(intl'r1Une11I :--1. IMPORTER AND JOBHER OF
'i
Lep Mayer .
i im Whooping Cough.NO .

J MuUon..... I
II t I lOti<
L'f )L Kaufman City, Surburban Property and CURE. NO PAY. HARDWARE.
11'\1'
rwt% Price 50c. and $1. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE. :
I ',
F. R. }
I till
I Thi ilgnatnre ea every !.ox oi 'Colt t:1llniN' Timbered Lands for Sale.

'4 'tauth'e Brorlo.QmnmeTahlete >. L. Chllcrd. I tuJtio. PICNIC Iron, Nails, Axe .l \i ; -i- ,. IfllrftttlVIlio" )
.
.I the rcuedy that cures coM In oaf dart \\ ,} ;;JIJN i BASKET ? C'okingand Hf-atn .t '- tU l
i i Rents CoU!! etd, Prompt Retarns Made Window Gla--;. Gun, Piitolan I"> u-Kle.
: You will have pride in you owns 1I"lIl\lII: CO,,:';II. DANCE ..<

flower gardens if they are on your A woman who ha had experience Agate and Tinware and lIon'eiurnlshiii! (Joods.
owaground. Your husband can bay Valuable City I'roj\ crt> Inlpruted HY HE
home, and he can do it now. although with thi disease, tellhow to prevent AGEX-
a and riiiniiro\t-, i | L : FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL CO JP.X:1Hevf're :
he may think otherwise. any daiiftrou* cOIJ"t'IIUeUl'e"from Xin.cli.ofa'AixJ .ilinrp
l'vel9I"<'111all want a home of her it. >hfe-ayr; : : Our three children lor Sal -. Giant l Hti'ched L..!l'ir .i'. Nor' hampton Emery
I. own/and if she will have a talk with took BROTHERHOOD LOCOMOTIVE Wheel Co., Liftin & Hand P .wj..: ('0., John onV Kal-

: Thus. C. Watson & Co., the whoopin.;; cough la-t sum Li-t with 1'; your House" for Rent. ;mine, Iron King and Buck !Sty' ni.fl flanges, Wm.
$ mHo our ruby"y b..im; or ly thre ENGINEERS Coups: & Co.'s; Raw HrJt L.c- Leather, )Ia"ur\-.
leading Real Estate At eut?, they
month old and oWing to ..ur riving Made Railroad Color.
r( can show her how eay it is to get them Chamberhin' Joivh Ili-me We Guarantee Satisfaction. ACiMajcnolia

cue. dy... thpy lo-t none .if tl.-ir plampii -- Masonic Tempte. ;@i Pensacola. Fla.
; < and rdlnnu: ;n much better Bluff .
i 1 i-filth: than ,xt: -r ci.ildreu: who did is ,

t CASTOR For Infants and Children.IA :,.\"t- u-e would tj-! remedy.call lu-ilv Our for Ue-t o ugh Iitdrl The 11 Happy p p y lode e ill: TUESDAY, MAY 27, 1902. F5KHYiAApj.y.sMlfrJ I CURE YOURSELF !

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betwe-u : 1'a lis G Toren
-yrup' "h"T.-J 1:0.1": furnished home. Marston Trains: at 9.1.;" a. m. and ::11' p. m. f. *Mt. :... n."n'.. i aai.*. irn bias err ata du.baro-tJWla '.
The Kind You Have Always BongW INKEY: HALL. Spumv: 1( Ala 1 I. f ( imK,1KK., iKMI -.. (.,.!.,,, 4tar.el..d irntx. n, or CJ. ''
t T l.i- ruidy i- for *:il<- by aJ! dru- j' Quina can supply you ( I i ....\' n ,Auld( ... -.-. 1'A I.I1n.t,4 <-' muI ioa.i p
; / ,. .. pMate f 4a'aa, oa t U
25 -'J
TICKETS ;, -A CENTSA 4- or .r.L..ol& Hr. Cuataf W
Bears theSignature A gland m"hrlnf' ,lp'II"r.. with all needed in the way Tr & l I' 4'-., Ilnc.re.. .......m.tt.. .. ...4 1"1.. tl TNEEtACgv ':Q,, reel crpou n. 11.ac .
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= DrnCgtibl
-- .. ,. Sold bj
number of in-idome prizeswil \ilf ss&no.
of 1.d' of house furnishings at the : .. eart'rot.rn.... T..I. in wr.rrr'Ir
orpeat
.. 1 V "lrllrri > plat
r'. ? lltiNnui4 from the NortheL Wont br awarded, a \li-t 'if which will be 'hll 11 La.l' -----I- .f' .11'' c. a.
.
?' A:C.L l j"y" ti9.ed! :. ._ .r..y tCC tor Lq.Lt lowest prices cash or credit. printed later. 1 -,. .te.U.tnb.l1-.. ;.ou
r i I ..I.. 9aat.I. ......,.. t.ttU.". rl s+ (,irclwr silt OU rwutef.
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA SATURDAY MAY 17,1902. '

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GREAT DESTITUTIONIN SCROFULA.i I i, THREE FARMERS CREMATED.Cut '

Good enoughfor i ,
Off From
Escape In
'I Burning West

ST VINCENT ISLE To cure Scrofula take'Scott's Virginia Hotel. (Ue I enable you to make money

[ Emulsion. : Point: Pleasant! W. Va.. May 15.-- I ,
i
anybody
Scrofula be described The American hotel burned here last
I may as i By diving you good health
Ruin From Soufriere Is More _" scattered | night. Three I lives are known to have j
consumption. I I I
HAVANA i
y UL FILLERS Complete Than Pelee'a. i>I It is consumption of the I buildings i I Health! is necessary to success in business, anJ mediciai; ii

;i small have been I
I; glands under the skin, recomed. J
I the cause of much ill health.!
DEATH '1 1 The other
RATE GIVEN AT 1,700 and these break out into the buildings burned were ;

the home of Hon. Rankin Wiley, KIpflling's I
sores. Scott's Emulsion heals j ji I ,
Entire Northern Part of Island Is Cov- residence and meat market | Harris
i these sores ; The fire originated in the American !

grad With Ashes to an Average hotel a frame structure. The loss is'i
But there's more to the !
Depth of Eighteen Inches-Every. probably $30OilO. Among those who 1i

story. The loss of flesh and ;i lost their lives are: i Lithia WaterNever
thing Being Done for Sufferers. {
II I great! weakness that comes i i John Slack of Kanawba county. I .

I Klngsto", n. Island of St. Vincent !'I with Scrofula is a regular part: Elias Hambrick, of Glenwood. Mason 1 fails to give good health. Cures permanently, Indigestionand

S I Thursday May 15.-(Afternoon A county.
)- of the di ease-the in
> same as !
John Woodall. all forms of Stomach Trouble and Bladder Troubles
\ 1 correspondent of the Associated Press j Kidney ,

i I consumption of the lungs. ;l All were farmers and were here
r has just returned here from a visit, on I as Rheumatism and Lumbago.
For ethi as for the sores grand jurors at the criminal court.
horseback to the devastated district :

of the island during which he traveled ; Scott's Emulsion is just the They floor were sleeping on the second I I Eocf of infoni.2tion, analysis! and full of testimonials. Write

t' UurP fir \ 60 miles and penetrated to within 5 remedy.Fleih. and means of escape was cut off.
s. Lee Carlislfa I I for it FKLE.
.r mile mate on the Ohio river ,j .;
of the Soufn re crater. The 'I
and strength was so badly burned that he will die. :
aregained !!
ash-co\ered area of :;Vincent ex- HARRIS LITIIIA SPRINGS CO.,
ceelis! that of Martinique which the by the use of Scott's lie leaped from the second story. It
is Karri Springs S. C.
believed! that
all the !bodies
CO&Tf'1'1I0I1Iel.t( has elso explored. Them limul>ion quicker than in ha\e
any been reeo.ered. Henry Wondall and. _. -.,
st ioist'rvatiebtiniute .J""" nm:
of the other{ way.Scrofulotb. JIaiuleVJs.! .t.? were also injrrnl I
(loath rat- i.ow I fares the Lumber at I M. W. MARSHAL Local
I i Agent.
1 7 uu About 1.3JU bodies have alrealy children improvein ,

b >elJ utU'iTfcd. The entire: not them i every way on Scott's Emul- : Killed by Lightning.! i iGre "

r d, f ti par oi file! inland: is covered with bion. .nvHle, Ala.. flay !".During a (,I

m ..If'10 an aieragt: rifih of 11111<'11. heavy rain ai-( UI.I1<1II\a! b\ vivid DR.MOlrFETI'E Cures Cholera.Infantum,

tvaiv.ii-j: mm a thin layer' at King-I : Send f,r Free Sample.; !lightning and (rnnaid.lahl. \\1I1.! at \'!.'t' ::! t Diarrhoea.Dysentery

tl< ..tJ'" .:: 1\-101' wort a: i;:1.,1'> :. tu\\r. sad &. P.UE., Lhemuu. 4>9PearlSt., X. V.ExWayL this place a nexio. All'!"rsn; 'i A-hinrii.: ,i if>: ,1Wlu.\I.r} the Children Bovtel! of Troubles Any Age.of

T':i u v I 1"J) aie ruir.ui, ,r.ctuiM '-,1'1'. u was struck by lightuu.! slid u-tinty: +*. ,,. Aids Digestion, Regulates

? J. H IviJloil.! The two mules,, which he: was -: Bfbit6. (TEETHING; I POWDERS)! the BOM els, Strengthens
Clisby Dead. SAw

f! .1f ,fia' \I I\ lakrzmery. .\la.. >'av' 111.: -.E\- driving were--aW- .killed. : t I+ Costs Only 25 cents at Druggists, the TEETHING Child I and EASY.h.Mrt Makes.

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I .4 i,1' 111 John it. rl.ny filed at his hunt't lIr mail 2: ml to
: f low. Ate 1 our Iklilnry ;;; C. J. MOFFETT, M. D. ST. LOUIS.: MO.
/ rr .'1')' suiu'cnly from an attar;, of l ltinliKi Pr IIIt>t.,'SJ 'irann Pi'lioiirea!! !. k'jr fia.-lyrhv' dainChartaonpax7EETRINS
: ?A BANDS are Cia free AJii :sttrliu"; Ktiuedi(;.. .1 tin'j,""or> V. I I WIh 'trLrp.h.nbeuaaatayrrputntn4a?a ITF .' ooft xacllaaxrmand.ertrathrtumuh.:
e I tr i 'stion. lie ,, .s.atiit.e''
had long been Irrritu u'elrik.thmtrca ti i.ashy.otndtnG. -orrrytrnr1cnIa'iJt' (rom dangers
.. e 35 tags from ; Vif1 ,Jlbly qj I I. i e-',knolls figure !in llnntguni'-rj r i: 'hal ar.',"03"1"11I UI| "ne.' .H' uf.t.u..-_.lI..l. 111f Strul'-ItAl1l.-I.a'e. 'letjmri'J ...af.cr u.e 1lilll thre*
'n.art.edthrmrr..rt.ut.H inei*i>anreLdny in tt nh 'Uan J tint I th r tr'"h.nK tr"ublM are awr aa4
''i'OV2' 4rdt LEAF .f'J i /l:. :I. 'rveil\ two terms as major and I I x.idler pVi: .ia rt'1vwme".fj'.0111 too,r ttfti i h tn\rA 1..f the born stuff that,)rl"n11'H'I.ld| u'e to keep thelf
J ,4 I IlJr pi "h> qUIet. n.1L'TwELLS1.A1L1NtJIan.rrLalpTrmesaudwrelyLm* -)lr. .nier.BOYS .>
4 Ci.D PEACH tS HONEY4 : ';I. .n'minietration was noted fur the I I P POLITICAL I I 1

-t. <-t ircproveiiicnts made He leaves! i iI
I
( RICE GREEiiVItIE : tik
nu family nearer than brother and
I l>o you wuh to make lutlf extra
3000 sst.'ls] hisuiV havii.4 been Killed\ ANNOUNCEMENTS I and GIRLS money dui ing snare moment? It

;..\ al >ears ao by the running awayh'T I ellIn
., .. !
}I carriage hl! Sel!. -- ------- -- I hnu+rhnld u"r M'-r\ lady aelignttct ..h..n they se it. One abut make the driest
4 For State Senator. JIIup-.lrr Y'JU'r used .n tar wa-li Write tod8 '. before your territory l:. taken by
. - ---- 4 I one eUe. and wi will enJ by return ma.l. on. dozen packages of Blueine.BS ."
f T1t One Cadet Stabs Another.O'IiJ..a. The friend of Hon. W. A. Bl unt When you hivi sold: them :"I urn uOr.., retaining the balance, ilr.. year conuuiiMimii -
PUBLICITY FOR !hereby announce him as a candidate ", ,< :11
; Ala.. May 16.-In a dif ieul- \ inlr..X'VVKNXM\Vl Ji"l'ISl.NG
for !state (Senator from this, the ec.owll'ienatoral ; : > .\' CO. Dept. C IS Hoi 1)t !'1118. Tacontagious
uat Auburn I i-tween two students I
THE PEOPLE ; District, and respectfully .
iiT1tlr.il. tl-e Alabama Poljtechnic institute ask the! support of all Democrat

5.- .. ('a ,<'! Kthridgp. ol Lowndcs fount,., ;? for nim; at_ the cnmia_; primary.I .
t .c N v> lira costs \ on a Cent, i
?la.I! bed} Cadet Dlumberg.! of West I I Is the name sometimes given to whatis 1
end! t. Urrd is l Read I For Representative. I
>er> STK1-E1: JN: SI n" XT. \
\I'oir.t.from the r-KVrts of which the I f i generally known as the BAD DISKASIv -
K\ berboI The friend of l'icottr.. Loftin take i
} ran h, ct .'n. the streets of Gt'ugPWa'n Utter may die. Ethridse fled and has I It is not confined to dens of '
. -- ::: : : :... .;.:....;..::.:: this mean* of announcing him as a
arc -rtd with the lower
co\ heap: ; of Iih..s -bem-- i.o. jet 0 't-n : I'turp.l. Detail of the candidate; for Representative in the or 'classes. The purest

'\IONITO: 1.1:11). 1 Mien! i snowdrift and ashes rest so ,i;:ault! could not te obtained. I, Legislature from Escambia" : counts .i and best people are sometimes

. ..- heavily on the roots that in several and they desire" the ,.upr ort of all i'I B I 0 0 d iI P 0 I S O\'ince infected with this awful malady

M I is1' .'* 'J i.:r.i .!I..."cnveAti\N--titi'ni.iw'iuld: ail ktudofpe! turn r- tases they have caused them to fall! Mobile's War on Mosquietoes. Democrats_ in the coicinz: : primary. i through handling the clothing, I.

....1 piup- II ITIUe...y htr.etest la. There III soon In 5,'")0 destitute Mobile Ala., May 1C.;.-Mobile is to drinking from the same vessels,
-1''I.t.,1. For Representative. I using the same toilet: articles, or otherwise in
\ ] AppiytuA.A.1 uher. coming contact with
nerd make persons
pPCFOne: in of assistance from ; war on mosquitoes. The city '
mth I"I! II", I
'I r..l { The friends of Henry C. Clopton who have contracted it.
i the government which is already do- council(( has adopted! an ordinance sub- I i I
. 'I announce him a* a candidate for I It begins usually with a little blister then
!I.
or in
I \l lM I. r 10LENI'on; sore swelling the
IlU
rov-d rril .
li i in Itr
i--r''it ('aa: on Leslie t;. hroottH, .s.iflVrers. There are a hundred injur- extermination of the pest by the USP from] Escambii county, and request the body sores and ulcers Ten years ago I contracted a bad case
.ti {law' ;"( 1:01. fAUfox wt., huherBllllIU the of appear of Blood Poison. I was undertreatmentof
i .1 peojilo; ; in the hospital at George- of kerosene and paraffine oil and making I;'i C'01l1In' support, democratic all democrats in the in the mouth the throat becomes a physician until I found that he could
primary.
to-.vu. Gangs of men are searching for | an appropriation for the purposeof -- --_, ulcerated the hair eye: brows and do me no good. Then began taking

( .. "i,11'I.crow.., nny>.> you amount need you moneyT wait the dead or rapidly burying them laes earning the precisions of the ordl- ,,. For Representative. j lashes fall out : the blood becomingS..s.in S.a commenced very short time to improve all evidence at once of

-.:lable.on t rtn. and lo..t rat > trenches and all thaI can be done tin- name into effect. The friend of J. T. Fillinjrim, ofj I more contaminated, copper colored the disease disappeared. I took six bottles

.utptYt1ittyrru. Huutb Pal""- ilt-r: the circumstances is being aecomplished. Bluff Springy, announce him( as a I splotches and pustular eruptions and and today am sound and well.

InttU I I I Umpire Brings Libel Suit candidate for the legislature: eub-i l sores: appear upon different, : parts of R. M. Wall, Morriatown, Teno.

:'jecttothe: democratic primaries of I)I the Ixxly. and the poison destroys the bones.
.\ VM1 1'0 UUHKOA' MOVE The Rritish cruiser Indefatigable I;alpi h. May 16.George; F. Proud. even

I mare your property pr jbrou d titl, buy or sell real eap andth of all democrat worst forms. It is a perfect antidote for the powerful virus that
"ty of anv -cnptlon, have rf-turnfd to the island of Trinidad e Ninth Carolina! baseball league,, pollutes
'I 1
or your titxes attended to has instituted For Representative. the blood and penetrates to all parts of the system.
day fur more. The governor of th<* here a suit for libel I
.' d;..! 1'-ii I Insurance Tho*. C.a Watson<..nU. fnQsamiges Co.: Windward islands. Sir Robert I Jew-1, iicaifitot; the Greennhoro Telegram forlarlnil The friend* of Cha,. M. Coston an- :'i! Unless you get this poison out of your blood it will
.. pounce him candidate ruin you, and bring disgrace and disease
> mixl rate To everyone as a for i upon
-Hyn. is here supervising! the work of his decisions were unfair and repreeiitative |I
1 lot from Ui ae aliirud money in the legislature i from t tcounty. your children for it can be transmitted from parentto
:" I..dd a hou,". vltfM'i I the authorities While the outbreak of that he was in collusion: with bet: cainbia
.
and they a-k t to child. S. S. S. contains no mercury or potash,
the volcano on the island of Martinique makers. upport of all democrats in the con I;I but is guaranteed a strictly vegetable compound.
I 'in- Itt-ul- 9i
Killed m."re people outright more> ink primary. Write for our free home treatment book and learn all about Contagious

i ) ,..''.1..:.I..W.= .., Iv t.1ralt.d; rouutI + / t'territory has !hero ruined: in St. Vii:- TRWELINU IS DANGEROUS.Contant For County Treasurer. '! Blood Poison. If :you want medical advice give us a history: of :your case, rand

-v .tr..t.--:-lltf_ ('*'iit, hence there is greater destitution motion jar* the kidney*) I announce myself a candidate for i l lrenomiiiation our physicians will furnish all the information you wish without an
which are kept in place in the body whatever.
here charge THE SWIFT SPECIFIC
CO.
\ 11.1 ; III ; 1.1' wAN'i'1:1). for the po-ition of ATLANTA, GA.
by delicate attachments. This i is
-- ---- The injured people! were horribly the county trea-urer of E-cambia noun J
tea"on that travelers, trainmen -
\N II.:. rEI r.: -'-.ri-iianceonly to born; barber ellllt werkiI trale[ i burned with hot ::;I'lt.'hleh as drlv, j j street car men, teamster* and allwho j 1 ty subject to the action of the democratic > ii>=GOLA= Buy a new garden hose

L I 'h-aj\ practice, eipert tnalrtJr..tuulpr. u crn i along with trt'nlpndous'l.locity.. drive very much utTer from primary. l'
..... | from the
J. W. FRATEU. Willis
ntrd.aara: "I urI Hardware
i i Ionia rallied: aIO-II..nt Ruar"?! Twcty-slx persons who sought refuge f kidney di-eae in some form. Fo- Grist and Corn Meal Wills
t alal _u" inatlett fr..". Moler lent br r ;In a rom M feet by 12 were all kll1t'd.I. l !ley\ Kidney: Cure strengthen* the For Tax Assessor. Company.
\ ... |
-a
One !perID was brained with a ney and bladder disease. lien. H. I hereby announce myself as a I N| F. GONZALEZ 4 CO., Prop i, i I 1-- -----, ___
ll-* \\': II tt'd. bu;:e stone 2 J miles from the crater. ;, 1 Hauan locomotive engineer. Lima. candidate for re-election a* Tax A;- ;, --

'ASTKI' grand solicitor: will Hough coffins are beiru made to r e. 0., writes, 'Constant vibration of; *eaor for cambia county, subject !j Manufacturer
\\ my to the action of the CHOICE MFALANU ITHEGUOCNE CHOICESTOF
democratic
nod r'olllnll..lln to rijht oars .drHve the remain of the ,'IOlm!;. The the enzine caused me a ;reat den I pri-
II.. care tot utcr. mitt of trouble with my Kidneys, and I r mar. July I;. I STOCK FEED
hospital hale i ie
filled with dyini ppoi i relief u-ed ,. W.V Rn'HAKD?. I -
until
tr ot no I Fol *
i Patronize Home ,
industry for there Ii
plrt. !
.. .\'OItlIt'I.___.__n________ Fifty injured persons are (lying j Kidney Cure." W. A. D'Alemberte, -- every reason you should buy your Meat and '
. i: un the floor of that buildme: as Sherare e l'lS.l'alafultstreet.1 For Tax Collector. hock reed from the Home Manufacturer,
*
\\ TID-\\'ork by d..n.lnllla.ly. aarvrralmallehtldrrnt !lit beds for I !hereby: announce my-elf a: a for by BO doing you encourage home Indus- f FRUiTS AND CONFECTIONERY ij [ r rAT
-
no their --- ---
1.lIr.IDI. anything. 11 r.".iui wdnn>>rt :-i.-.*" accommodation, I Know One ante" ltemtrly candidate for re-election as Tax Collector : and try. Your money Is left in the community
'
in tarn
though cot? are being! you are indirectly benefited
-t Oarden street. al''tf |' rapidly con (lOr all obstinate cold lU oauiu u P1uvBaI.amratat for Escambia county subjectto In fostering the borne manufacturer you

.- -- -- -- -- rtructed of boards. This and similar | the action of the democratic primary contribute to the cause of labor. You owe '
\\'.\STJol--\lI kinds o' empty beer '" ork has been in July It to thecommanlty in which you lire and
prJgrfsince
1 bottlri.. FRIEDMAN.. Dov9tf Immediately Made iffy Rppntation.. 15.A. which contributes to Tour support. C. APOSTLE'S
after tha disaster. Two !I Adelina Paul was not always such a H. D'ALEMBERTE. I ,
-- -
\ N I'M)-Bright youth "want stdays elapsed however old mine" to ;;
\\ p o before theres r managers as some maysuppose For County Commissioner.The .
i'i a< stenographer and cltlce a<- I ---I Pocket 14 East GovernmEnt St
cutler/
were Leslie's! and scissors
; lUpId rtt..r. Well aL'nuauue.l: '' any burials as the negroes r dy says W'klf"hl'n friends of J. W. '.

..'..1 nt experienced'ity. in businei*. Adtire al' tf fused ta dig the nece3a )ytrenches she visited :\'ew'ork In IS O, her man ,district No. 5 announce him as a from the finest to the Formerly Cordova Restaurant Stancl J

though they were offered three times aper SIgnor': Lugo overreached himself candidate for reelection from said cheapest at the Willis
\\ \ fEII-fo buy a rennlence for boine.rile the usual wages by the local author l j} by starting out on a ten dollar admit district< subject to the action of the One carload of Pineapples at 11.75 I
> or apply at \o. 13 outh 1'ala- I to
Hardware Co. $2.00 dozen.
.
per
\ Sml.ir tlPII. The nurses employed are incompetent. l" slon basis, and the venture was a finan- ]primaries July 15. I
.- |> clal failure notwithstanding Tatti's !
-i t
IHHi :- Al..lJ. l[ but they are willing to learn j I '
; great artistic success. She fang to a -- !
--- I and
i are working hard. The
,I' -Two-story: I brick: store and', negroes fourteen hundred dollar house on the :

,. \ with'' .well located lot. corner of are indifferent to all that is transpirad first night and on the second to $-ll1 ti. :

>< t: \clan I.I' apply itreeti.on premises For price, i Ing and to what has taken place. They : She got discouraged as It was her own F. E. Brawner's One.Plice Cash I

I not-1m | expect to receive government rations. venture and gave it up. House 1 1i

r'.'. \, \ d..lrabi.. piece of prop n,- !I, but there have been Instances'here i The late Henry E. Abbey who was i
and (tz-ro)in house on they have refused
.. L ay ternn. tor further in-! to bury their own bold In his speculations, then engagedher
i" > > at NEWS offlc or to l'. ; relatives. and her company at $5,000 per concert -

l Thase street. JITtf I_ [t Is estimated that the sea has en- I lie began at Wallack's old thea- CUT PRICES IN TWO!1. ;
.
},'.!'...,. \ :..!... .tae moat desirable lot In1 I' croached from 10 feet to 2 miles along !i ter at Thirteenth street giving scenes ? .
:
.: a. htll:- '\ ray. terms:rot'. South, by the r-alafox Usherjency. ', the coast near C..orsetown. and that a : of opera, and the concerts there averaged .,.

- l atm i I section on the north of the island has over $7,000 a performance but he I lI) vardil Dress Swi"'pa, worth 6c 20 dozen Ladle LUle Thread I ;y f) pieces Medicated 24-inch I j
-- lost in the out of town concerts $:}).- yard, 10 yards for 30 cents. Vests, worth 35 Cotton I
PO I: is L'i dropped Into the s >ft. This is apparntly cents yours for 20f I Diaper. 1C yards In a piece, worth i

, '", *'. I"d MB- BROWS LKUHOKXM.ve.x ; certified by the report of the 000. !' 1(0) yards Dress Dimitys worth cents. boc, for this sale, GOc. I
,
A little later, being asked by De Vivo
t "-. stock aad Elli for .al le. French cablshlp Pouar Qaartler j.clO yards for 45 ctnts. | If/oO
that Boy's and Men's ,
collars (
] J) dozen Ladie'a'
a' .k.I at Willis HarJwareCo'a. 1ILAttt pact; ,: | to take Patti to San Francisco, Abbey Fast Black. Full
eoundinw 1 show 7 fathoms where b 1 | 21 Ia1i) bleached i l broken sizes, to close out at 3 each. Heamless Hose. regular
i replied: "My dear De Vivo, I have got yards yard wide Domestic lOc goods,

<* ( ()()I"YKAHREIRkEManofact)-:.__,__. I fore the euthreak there were 36 tat h' enough of Patti I lost $:}),.OOO, but I 10 yards for 45 cents I j I 2uO Ladies' Madras and Wbite 2.5c for this sale, 614'c? a pair; 4 pair for J

'I"a.d "snier a rer oma of wator. made a reputation." Waists, worth 75c and U. to close at' .
:
.. In Hair Goods, Hau Toilet i, 10(0yardsunbleacbed Kea Island I I
* ..i I .' -- 4 {5c. 10)<) dozen
l1arOIl.tc..3 Men's
.. W. sat Seamless Half
I '. wide Domestic 10
Foley's Honpand Tar is yard yards for 45 i I
Hose
I pecUliar in brown, red and black, for '
l'IHw.'a' : = y adapted for asthma, bronchitis i- i' A LESSON IN HEALTH. cents. 50 pairs Lace Curtain, 21., yards 5c a pair.
-< For funeral" and hoarseness.: W. A, 1 I long, regular 75c goods, to close at
filter the 2"X)
kidneys Impuri- yards Embroideries
WtK; ; FORK Jo-t:ER.-\LH$ farm,oed D'Alemberte H. Palafox street. Healthy regular !5c. 25 dozen Men's French Dropped .. I
o 'aPtlytnboapaetforepecbldPl i! ties from the blood, and unless theyh price 7'i! to S'j'c, 10 yards for 45 cents. Stitched Under Shirts, worth 40c to .
Yo .. one ; .
. x .Diette Moreno, this good health is ;ible.Foley's 25 dozen Large Turkish Bath Tow- close
. S3 West Gregory Do you walt a watch Impos at 25c each. Drawers to match.
;, magnificent 1000 yards Dress Pique and Ducks els
_- WdlmC worth $2, will close
Kidney Cure makes sound : atL2t). I
for little money? 'If 00, call on ;, I worth 10 and 12!=c, Ii) yards for bo 30 dozen Men's Fancy jBtilped
f T 1-LOWBIt1'< ( Stephens, the jeweler. He will kidneys and will positively cure all 20 dozen 21a39 lnch '
ac-i *. Bleached Lace Under
cent Shirts
45c each. Draw _
.. I
----- ,..,. forms of kidney and bladder disease.
i Towels for
--- commodate this sale
i you.PROfESSIONAL at DOC dozen. ers to match. i I
i rLOWKRS
and floral Letlgos-: It strengthens the whole system.

.t' '-, > '. tat olett! design,Moreno ordered eta West for custom Greg Dry ere., I I i W. A. D'Alemberte S. Palafor i Sc,10!lOuO yards yards Dress for 50 Cross cents.Bar, worth ular 35 dozen 2 xt .inch Towels, reg 2 dozen Ladles' Black and Colored
lOc
2\dlm i' street. I goods, for this sale, .we Silk TatTetta Waists, regular price
CARDS. 25 dozen Ladies'Bleached Vest : dozen. $3.s), to close at f 2 20 each. ..

1I1I1J11'r Law School ----- Tar with tape in neck, 5 vests for 251'j(!, &X yards White Batiste Lawn, This sale will "
i Foley's Honey and : cents. ) positively not run
UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA. < W. C. ROWE, M. D. fQrehlldrea.safe.sure. No opiates.cA9TORTA. I regular 12j.2 quality 10 yards for S5c. for longer than one week. 11 '

amoentalns. !Sid I
ummpr. July
-. P'.. 'u'ier! 1, l''ii. By the Law Faculty, Office: ITS' S. Palatal.p '
beginners candidates the F. E. BRAWNER'S i i.o
''practitioners who have lse HoursfromS to9. a.m.aad 1 to 3 p. m ONE-PRICE CASH HOUSE
instruction. For catalogue, aJK i'! and after r o'clocz gate the ha Kind Yan Nan Aaals So:#
I tdgsetsl: I ,

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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA,' SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1902


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d!!r:'r I'J k pxscxxxxxssxxxxxzzssak sU 1 1I I I The Kind of Work Done by NO POLITICIANSNEED with wretched my"1 Stood coat cold,o3"in says a and Draught the caught sufferer.this f1 StrOll eSt t in World"\\

I
f'Jt "J 5 He need not pay a heavy penalty if
Politics and
J : PAINE'S CELERY he follow his act of folly with an act ., --
] APPLY of wisdom. Soak the feet in hot The 42.1 Annual Statement for Y.ar
1'13 Entered at the Post Office at Pensacola, .
,1 FT*., lecond-clnet mutter.OmC i i I water with a few teaspoonful of Finding December 3ler,10o1 'II
COMPOUND Perry Davis' Painkiller in it. Takea
r J !: :-rili'i Building, 211)4 BoutbfaJAlox Politicians 8 I -- teaspoonful of Painkiller in hot

C ttreet, op-iuirs. 3 I I The Wage Earners' Political Club, sweetened water at bed time and be i'THE 1 [ [EQUITABLE
'if thankful for so simple and speedy away .
J THE NEWS PUBLISHINC CO. which is made up of workingmen to break a cold. There is

I. B. HILtsON, Managing Editor. ::::1I, ".JIt ::JiI.7 I". Mn Ian Bicker, of Scalp Sofns, alone-the membership of which is but one Painkiller up Perry Davis'.
extensive-held a meeting last FIFE ASSURANCE f
MfW; W. M. BALL, Easiness Manager One night as Old: St. Peter slept, I N I Bad Rheumatism quite and ; I will repair your watches and SOCIETY'
night completed preliminaries
" I He left the gates of heaven ajar, j jewelry in first-class! style. J. Itephens. I

Terms: Invariably in Advance- When through a little angel crept for a public demonstration one night S Assets .... .... .. . . ':iii.o _.. I II
f "' One Year by Mail -.- _____..__tfou8lx I And came down with falling star I I So Bad She Coals Not fall next week, probably Tuesday night. i Reserve and other LiabilSurplusfromwhich

:; : Month __ .- :so On Jackeon'i toll he safely ttepped I I It was decided to draw up a seriesof I I ities '"" ,. I
>Had to Be Wheeled Atoit the '
tt OLe Wetk.by Carrier, Payable Monday 10idrertitlrg I I And began to grow with a "' 111. questions, have each candidatefor ORANGEINT I
f '. Till through short trousers there crept '
(
. Rates Furnished on Application The long legs of ocr'-Hoosier BIIII .*' I House in fin Iwlii'sCiiair. public favors appear before the i dends are paid. .. .Divi. .. "$71.!:'. .; I
; t club and demand answers to each of Is a New DrinkAT :

.$ TELEPHONE NO. 118.PEKBAOOLA I There are a whole bunch of C. C.'e them. Upon the replies will depend 1 Paid to Policyholders in

+ fMl among the candidates this year- whether or not the club's support : 1901 .... .. .... .. .. .$ 27714. .

| Church Croom, Clay Crawford,Clay will be given.As I New Insurance in 19ul..$ 245! y- ,,'
,;!viUN LABEL I ....ANDERSON'S.LATEST ... 1! Total Insurance in I
force
,: Clopton, Charlie Coston-but while The L'"f' of the X t'\'r.UIjalpointing this organization is made cp !
Dec. 31, 1901. .. ....U.I-I..27i -' -.' I
PIr y I Coston is the C. C.'s, Scott solely from the ranks of workingmen -

I Loftin says among if Charlie is running Klieuniati Itani-her Cured Her. it is unnecessary that politicians ....._..........J'o..._____..."-"....._,..... _f___..__.-._h K__-2_j Notwithstanding the greater ft .' .
MAY J7 1902. | cial etrength of the
Society and ..
him he will him L for apply for membership. This '' ;
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against give I True merit prompt and effective $ CREATIONS" :greater security which its p.>:'i! _
f L you know is the initial letter ofLoftin's | results, and astonishing cures have was settled at last night's meeting. .' | holder! thereby enjoy the RA i tare -
; HON. Jso. NEELof 1olmeecounty name, so don't you charge i; given Paine's Celery Compound a The membership rolls are swelling c S -tN1ighGrade : LOW and GUARANTEES I i.i i. .

t' 1' is the fortunate possessor of a copy Scott with profanity.Now : position on the highest round of the rapidly and all workingmen are extended f Stationery : i ter than given by other comp.11, j

of the proceedings of the :.St. Joseph ] ladder of fame.Paine's invitations to sign. This club I

rf convention which formulated Flor it is not my purpose to leave I will be a power in the approaching ..< OfFICE SUPPLIES, .'& [ I
Celery Compound is today 3;:
?h ida's lint state constitution. Tom Fillingim out of the above I KXOWLES BUGS.. I
t bunch of race horses. T. F. stands I the only spring medicine asked for primaries. Newspapers End Ptricfiicals! s.I I I
and
A MOVEMENT is on foot in New bought by thoughtful and disceruing W ON'T I'OI.l.owU'ICI- AITT.K 6 I'SE THE 5" Gl'nt'ral.nlll
t for Tom Fillingim and it is the print- people. For the treatment : I

,' l Orleans to celebrate, next year, the er's mark to mean "till forbidden." j of serious diseases, such as rheumatism PAYING FOR If. <; Parker 'Lucky Curve" ? 309 8. Palafox St.. PENSAf ,I. \
centennial anniversary of the i! neuralgia, nervous disorders, In recent article i I
a
So I guess Tom is in the race to stay a prominent ,. I
"change;: of flags" made in consequence till the voters say either "go to Tallahassee and blood trouble, Paine's Celery I physician says, "It is next to impossible Fountain Pen.BENNETT'S.
r11i of the Louisiana purchase. Compound has no equal. for the physician to get his pa- IT LIGHTENSWOMAN'S
-- -- -- ----- or "stay at home The credit of Paiue's Celery Corat tieuU to carry out any prescribedcourse .' i
t /i MOBILE'S quarantine board has t pound has advanced to uch a high I, of hygiene or diet to the *':(J:': s. I'alaf'.x st. Pent.ai-ola. *

the extension to I see my old friend Joe Brewton isI eminence that amongst the millions smallest extent; he has but one reort ;-- ; .' -.:.- -:-- ': ,- .-- oII :-
r protested; against who u-e it, we find the names of mils left, namely, the drug treat- WORKBy
a June 1 of the "open season" a* to''I I out for re-election as representativeI lionaires, banker*, professional men. i''nient." When medicines are u=ed ,

Cuban ports, and has asked the Marine I I of district five on the board of county ,, wealthy merchants, and women of for chronic constipation, the mot making tier Mullin- ,

Hospital :Service to rescind its, I commissioners Joe Brewton i is a note. All have made their chosen mild and gentle obtain.ible, such as I ,1\\ GEORG and Patry light. That w
true (blue democrat, a hightonedgentleman remedy for the cure of chronic dis- ,i I Chamb rlain'8 Stomach and Liver to:
order to that ellect.PKESIULNT rapes and for the banishment of the I Tablet, should be employed. Their ,
'I
and a man who one can I The Buffalo
little ailments that often make life .I: use i is not followed by constipation II
I
I ; Roost VELT has most : absolutely Jepend upon to do whatIs miserable. I t

' skillfully disposed of the Rathboue I right! wad proper to do. The interests Paine's Celery Compound, in the i natu-ral I ti

dilemma, by directing the secretaryof tf tie! county are safe with opinion of the leading; druggists and :. by druggist.i and medicine deal
physician, has displaced nearly all i'
war to issue an order under which I such men as Joe Brewton-and that 1 ers. .
the common advertised medicines of -- - -- I
lF Kathbone's cae may be appealed to I reminds mE' ::tat the whole present the day. Thi great work has been ,. Regular communication !

the Cuban court of appeals. It wa j board is all ri;ht. Why make any '', accomplished only by merit and of E-icambia Lodire No. 15.1'

not what Hjiiiia wanted exactly. t change! ? genuine cures. Rheumatism! lieu- ,I I G F. & A. M., at 7:30 o'clock i
t t with I ralgia. and nervou disorders take Monday night: May 19
be sati-fied
but he will have to I
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flight in -priugtime( when Paiue'sCelery Visiting brethren invited.
it. HfpOrt- from Milton say aa re- Compound is Used for a time. HARRY W. OIIIHS. ,
-' I alt of K"arJ'-i: speech he gill sweep I[ \' delay the work of health building W. D'C. KESSI.KK, Secretary. I '
i A TRICK iu the passage of the : I j when such a life giver is within W. M.
Santa Ro.i
Not :
Chinese exclusion law has beau discovered county long ago your reach:' Te-t its efficacy thisvery
which threatens to the whole county was promised to J day j 1I1K SANTA KOSAsfitK ,
neutral-j I Myers. Now if sister Mrs. Bit \ \ B
ize its effect and its advoc: our county is Hickey happy and grateful BATHIM; KSTABLISHMKNT I
uch fickle for the astonishing result derived ce I
a it is
coquette- our
indignant Such things! were common I friend Lamar's advantage to be the from Paiue's Celery Compound new I athing in the warm gulf water i iI is 1rl JJJ i iIt's iI Baking Powder
, in reconstruction legislatures I nerve fibre, nerve force, fresh energy I couceeded to be the finest in the I
last
to enjoy her favor.
in the South years ago, but they : and vitality, writes us:- world. Every thing for pleasure with
e have never been charged to Con- -- 1 I "For nearly thirty years I have I; safety. Good board and lodging, by I! IUadrii I t'''Lrel',Ilxjdoes
Mistake !
before. I Have you read the call fur a meeting 1 been an invalid, caused by that terrible -i i the dayor week. Luncheon promptly It i* absolutely iiure.fnut.in..

6rtss -- -- -- ---- l to be !held at Clutter' hall Monday disease, rheumatism. For six i, served at all hours day or night. ,I no alum. and make the Molt d!, .

"NEVEKwhile I am president of I night for the purpose of organizing years help of I friend could not All walk my without joints were the 'I I 2m-tf CHARLES H. Uriuox Manager., First-Class Western- Beef Is ciou daintie biscuits I'..*tries and t II ,.

the United :Mates shall Maclay's a OaoJ Government Club:' s till and I had to be wheeled/ about II I I

history be used at the naval academyae I Pretty fairly! representative a lot of the hou e in an invalid's chair. ;j i iPhysiciana' > CABTon.ZA.: Not 25 Cents a Pound. OSCAR [ j

a textbook !exclaims President; !! demucrattnrd i it, didn't they? medicine, baths, etc.9 : B in tie / lha Kind You Hate Always 3ac81gntrre J I ;. MAURA.
etc., were all in vain, but Paine'Celery I i -- ,
, Koosevelt. Nevertheless, Congressman I They ar" ring to organize to con Compound practically cured i : # Look at our Prices: KALES: Ala: T.

I Muad of Maryland adheres to : duct a winning campaign. All democrats I me and I am now able to walk' of La*tYP1r. Now ,

his purpose of putting Congress on 1 who with to be "in it' should around. and do my housework._ I Extra Loin .... .. .. lncto18c ajc > -

record m the matter by a formal exclusion I be there. Go anyhow and see what % f (l goods with Diamond Dye e'JtlOIi Plant a spring garden. Round.. ... ... J J3c; 1> I' Ii s--\.j\

of the book froUl the academy-'they' d\). It won't hurt you. Ii J. ."!' i>JS culor@ Wiil not crock or smut The Willis Hardware Co. Brisket and Chuck. >-c lUc !; .
Rib Roat ... . .. loc isc / t7
jt 11 11c.urriculum. -- i I '\I can sell: you the tools chellp.Foley's Ramp .... ...... .. lot- locConsidering ;'r
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Encouraging: reports t" the friend I
FIVE YEARSIN above
I : quality, prices ,
AM t.IWi: detectives succeeded in I of General Lamar curve from all Honey ana Tar are cheaper than in any other city of : !;1. /! .

beguiling! Col. Uaynor and Capt.;I -actions of the di-trict. He is gaining cures colds prevents pneumonia this size iu the country.We /

Greene from Quebec Montreal, !' friends daily and in every county j THE PENi do have to pay more for our .
'! meats and have to charge more
where they will be made to appear 'the strongest men in the party ar e''' i I If you want a nice present to give
than formerly, but i it i Nn't our fault,
before the Canadian extradition 1! -- i I II to a friend, go and look through the
rallying : ) his support. Yet the i I line and we are selling as low awe possibly -I
elegant of suitable articles
eommis-iouers to respond: to a pro 1 friends of General Lamar I Judge Blount afternoon at can. ,
I are not yesterday ,, J. I. Stephens, you surely can find 1"---/ ))
ctediug for their extradition to the permitting; themselves to feel over sentenced E-tella Evans, colored, to i i i something to please you. If youwant PARLOR MARKET, 'SI v ._.w..,
United States for trial at savannah I confident. They man to wage a spend the next five years in the state anything in the Diamond fine

The mills of justice grind slowly, : vigorous campaign: till the last'ott: I' penitentiary at hard labor upon a ,: be pure to see him before you buy. Phone l;:i. .r 1111. *. Jell .V Son*, @

1 but they sometimes manage to accomplish ;I i is polled on the afternoon of July 15. i I conviction! of receiving stolen prop- -
THE POLITICIAN.
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r. -ults. i - -- -- I| erty. |, IF YOU AVE TO roXATnl
----- I I| Mother,: Mother*,! Mothers! | The woman who had been in court i; Great Clearance SaleoOI'
THE of !
importation foreign-made A Quick Lunch
How manycClldrra are at this cut-on f throughout;': the day, having been i iI icon'icted ,
steel' rails at Peiisucolaby the Louisville i I \'t'rI-I1I1Dd constipated, with bad ttomacb
and Nashville railroad is attracting | and brniiitt.be. .'oIllb..rUrIlY'I..t fow-I I the day previously, "look WHY NOT DO IT HERK
K drrxfurchildren will" elwayePUrr.! Ilworuearr ed
15 daggers" at the judge/ as he pronounced 0 :r
t attention throughout th : prt-t-nt they will certainly .remove Oar service i i.* a* rapid as will
.. ... her
them. At all drutfttifctfc 5. ct am1-. doom Hhe was then
country. The presumption that, withduty mllh.II'IU.t. AQOrm Allen h. IIl1HI'II. waiter', perfect management t '
LeKoy V. led back to her chair and sat in modern facilities can make it. !Ienminute
; added, these rails are laid down
I I j silence, periodically giving to t eater can -*-
away i appcahunger
at a lower cost than if they had bee .SHOES.
Ui BAY EXCURSION.Tuemlay I tears for "being pent up for doing i without impairing ins diction. -
purchased in this country, .
I 1: nothing." . I i

of the prices demanded by the rte Sight 1'iuler the Am>|>'kf>H < f
This woman and the The 20th Century
girl, Loreno
trust of domestic consumers, based i the Kjmorth lpalIp III'Ihf' Metho- I .vr- :
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i upon the iniquitous tariff, constitutes :i t I I rubbery of the Chaffin
an object-lesson that will have residence. |. serves variety of excellent fou
grt.at"lue in future political contest :Steamer Columbia will (leave Pala- I The case against the girl was note l I THE BIG STORE ;. !specially prepared and suitable fohaty '

?. : fox wharf a: fish: p. m. and viit th proved, as it wa. held thathe was eating.

Life :Sivmir: st.ition, where surf bathing influenced by the woman to do what I I! Our '.indwichea and Dairy Disheare
THERE are trusts-and trusts. The can tae enjoyed. Tickets l'o '''she did. !WILL BEGIN THURSDAY, MAY 15, 1 1902, AND really delightful.
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president has deemed it wise to let centRtfrehrneuti will be !sold -- Phone 471.
CONTINUE FOR TEN DAYS. ;
the fact be understood tint a general on the I b.lat. l?tnt: | AoU.. Your IralPrfilr.411en'at'lau-FaaP. I II Pearl & Blumer,
I I.' pow" lI..r for the f..t't. ItcuresBwollen.-ore. I
combines is
onslaught upon not contemplated Hot.l'allou. 216 H. Palafox
i Vat Over Suty \' I Aching tI\lt'atlnlll'.I't.lorn I Kt.
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t1 the administration.Only "arl! and Kunlouv At nil ,
by druggi'ls and ---
''! \IR". N'IV-LOw'N hk>UTHI>'4 SYRfP hat I! btor:.. Six.-. Ak today.KNICHI8 shoe LOT NO. ONE-10 Pair Baby: Slippers, in j: !
thoe who-e acts are oppressive been u>>i-d fur ovt-r hlJ11 year by iniilloDbot

or against public policy will be at With iiiutlier, perfect for their ucet'children.,. It t-Ootlle while" the teething Child., OF PYTHIAS. i worth regular 75; tot 903 pair: at...... lul Now ISOIll\ Time
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tacked. Aggregation! of capital nr softens thrguuleallaybailpnmcurrswl
I monopolies which do not make discrimination 1 colic It will and relieve Iti' the the best remedy for IHarrboea i IVusacola Lodge No. ?, K. of P._ LOT NO. TWO-57 Pair Baby };utton and Lace Shoes In Black, (\ ii i
little
i I poor su: erer 1 1m.m..dlat..ly. : I

against home consumer of the world.. old rweuly-fHe' by DruttglBti cents In every a butt part) ,, Regular meeting Monday night I Red and Tan, size to (worth regular !lIe and $l.lM), at... . ViJC 10 IU V \ Ij I Iij
'i or unduly advance prices of the ,I He tore you" ai-k for"Mr W halu", ', Soul he- ,:May !19. at !s o'cllltk.Iember: :! are I j
commodities they control will not be log fyrup and take no other kind. ':Specially requested to be present. LOT NO. THREK-W; Pair Children's RedandTanStrapSlippera!: t'

molested. This lets out the Standard Work in the: rank of Esquire. Mem- iJC I
Oil Co., the Western Union Telegraph EruptionsPry i bers of sister lodge-; aud'iitlog I I sizes 6 to IJ12. worth Jtifular $1 and ?1.2.> per pair. at...... . I GOOD ij WHEEL CHEAP[ r

i Co. and some others. brethren cordially invited to attend. LOT NO. FOl'R-22 Pair Children' Red Strap :slipperzw\ K-; I OQ
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.1 i Do not fail to come and hear
moiNt II
more
scaly tetter all
1 11 H1l1.1' a Con rt''lIlali. of forma: about our trip to Chipley to intitute to 11, worth regular fl .*.(, per pair at.... ... ..... .... .... ...... tJoC (
erzL'IU.or alt rheum, j pitnpl eH f (
"At the end of the Campaign," a new lodge. :Special train 1'ICE-hJPatrCtildreu'. i
!! awl other cutaneous I SLOT NO. Pat t'ampStrapSlipperssizes r>: Ladi .
eruptions -< :M .
I- .trarcl/ "
pn leaWf'duf'sdar.. IUifntIOH'fM :
writes Champ Clark, Missouri'sbrilliant May 21-t, i: ::4 J.

i ctnur samuifrom overwork i ct-e
nervous ten*) in. l lo** of sleep or acquire! through defective digt' MO.NKHE CAMPBELL. C. C. Wll>-rl| f,:-. .... .. .. .. .. fJt i: '.. !
and constant t leaking I had abotttterlycollapedy tit I LOT NO. BIX-21 Pair Children' Black and Tan Oxfords and I
It seemed that all tin and a-Jviinil.ttion. :;, H. HoKsLEK. K. R. & :.S. l VAC Ladi--' t.. guaranteed !
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1 the organs m my body were out of I To treat these ertijitiouriili Foley's Honey and---Tar contain :Strap Slippers, sized 5 to I. worth regular;; : $1, at.... .... .... ...... for *o yo-H- r"ular $:i;.fJfJ !
order, but three bottles of Klfctric
all It's drying medicines i is n,* opiates and can safely be givento grade for .|; -7 i
1 Bitter! made the right. the daiiKerons. LOT NO. :SEVEN-34 Pair Ladies' Oxfords and Strap .-Slippersj i !
best all-round medicine ever *old I The children. W. A. D'Alemberte, O 1902 Columbia
j thug to do is to take *, guarantefd for !
l over a druggist's run-down! counter.men and" weak Overworked | Hood's Sarsaparilla I! I 121 r'. Palafox_street._ regular price *1.2to #2 per pair: at. .. ..... ..... ...- .... ...... u C ,! four years, going at... . .. .fl'

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sickly women gain splendid health I Elegant china closets LOT NO. EIOHT-12 Pair Children's Tan Shoes in Button and r :.'.. /h I
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and vitality from Electric Bitters.Trv i i and Pills 'V "=\f"

them. Only 50c. Guaranteed byWl i. sideboards and leather- Lace, size 6, regular price fl per pair, at.. .... ..... .. .... UC C : !
: A. D'Alemberte.('. 121 South pt aj.I, tChichthurouhl'rlean-ethell; rxx:l, seat chairs at Marston i ii I SIMPLY ASTONISHING !

'rl afox street. expflling' all humors and building Ouina'3Low i I LOT NO. NINE-37 Pair Mi;:-e' Black and Tan Oxfords: and fl n .... i i
i prices; easy Strap Slippers. sizes 9 to 2. worth regular U:;:; aad: 12( I I /n :' ti> ,
r You never heard of any one usinc up the whole sy-tem. They cure payments. per pair, at .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .... ... .... .... .... .... .. .uI'. I.) I-Uj I
1 FoleyV Honey and Tar and not be- i: no\- >i xr>.pir.a: :; rermanent'.yurei: J. i I\ -- --- -- I I I Fiuy a Wheel. Work has begun I

Jnl: fI\ti.fiE'd. W. A. D'Alentbera tP, I, 0.. Hme Franks 111! "fjema. from which Garden tools in endless LOT NO. TEN 50 Pair Boys' :.Shoesize.*9 to regular price il.50 the streets You can soonride
h..l'\lafllx treet. bt bii "aSereii I
121 f..r ome .
.. -- -- ----- AkmaVoltr.. B.n; %12. AIU-.na. \Vi-and...f Ml9 vim zarietyand at rock:bottom I\ per pair. at. .. .. .. . ..... .. .., .. .. ... . .. .. .. . 9/c/ everywhere. t
r If you are thinking of movinsr. Dire. on her face and t>ak ana "hatl'lI"in oa prices at the Willis Hardware I
j her b. dy.! br whi.'h .he l.at deen t f
crl'atJ;
f: I see Harry Hallmark or call phone tro.>uhl..I. There are more t'-.fm'>oia!! in Co.'s.to .

t. ,;.t:: 251 and let him quote you prices He .., favor Hood's of !Uood'Sarsaparilla than ash t*promises ptn
tt';*t has the best spring floats in the cit v. cure and keeps the promise. I he most healing ealv In Uviworlefc I I


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA SATURDAY MAY 17,1902. t
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w C. O'NEAL, President; f. c. NORTON Cashier; !

S;'J.'fOSHEE,Vice'President; Condoned Statement of the M. E. CLARK Aut Cashier. THE WEATHER R. HALLIDAY & CO. i



AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK TODAYLOCAL t I"'I



OF PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA, AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS MAY 12, 1902. ,i Extraordinary Values in Worthy Merchandise. : Jj

i I FORECAST-Sbowerstonlgbt and "
RESOURCES I !
LIABILITIES. j probably Sunday; variable winds mostly
p.Loan: f4.19a71.47: : Capital Stock $ o0.000.001 I : 1 1l'
fresh loutherly. ;
ne--iand;;: 42.0b6.14:! Surplus 10,000.00 Decided Reduction for the Coming: '

j- .;. Bond? and Premium... ...... ...... 50.=50.00 Rediscounts! ........... ...... ...... .... .... 121400.00 Temperature in Last 24 Hour: ; :
yuruitnre" and Fixtures: 6.718.48 Circulation...... ..... .. ...... .... .... .... 75000.00 Maximum..... ....................... .......... M degrees .Week !I. ;
i. p. Htainp-1... 607.75 Dividends Unpaid. ..... ...... ....... .... 15.00 i, Mlolmura......._.......... ..........._.........degrees .. .. ,; \'

(ya and Exchange. 182,893.84 Deposits 360,320 j Temperature-Elsewhere: All our Printed Wash Fabrics that formerly sold at.loc, now 123e! ;'

1774 262.01 Max. Mlo. All our Printed Wash Fabrics that formerly sold ..20s, now 15c ;
$5,4,262.01Tt ; Atlanta.... ..... ........._......... 112 W ;
is bank opened for business October 23, 1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give' Bismarck ... ....... .. ....... .''II tai I All our Printed Wash Fabrics that formerly sold now 20c
business prompt, courteous and careful attention. II Chicago. ..... ... ........ ..... .... (0> 50 All our Printed Wash Fabrics that formerly sold now 25c + ,
.v.-ur Cincinnati ...._..........7* ;01\ '
"' m. ;
Interest ..__ ..... ... ......._ I
Paid on Time i Galveston w Goods including '
Deposits. I I i Huron......._... ...............-.. 7 rI 52 'I For One Week only we will offer our entire line of White i i.
--- -- Jacksonville. ........... .... ..e4, 70 4 Organdies/Freach Lawns Persian Lawns, India Linons, etc.; 'j; t
--- Kansas City ?....... ........... .. M I" also our entire line of Table Damasks, Napkins, Dovlies, Towels etc., and I
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it is '
his duty to see that the right Key West M 7(1 Black Dress Goods at Discount of 12>4'%. .
whole stock of a Special
H. FAIRCHILD Memphis ........m. ..... ,.... w >;AI our
B. prevails. BASE BALL I I Mobile ._.. .. _... .. .. ..c2 t* i
I! Montgomery . ... *-.' oi This is a Rue Opportunity to Purchase Seasonable and Staple Merchandise .
r XIO Xi'S T E OFl 33 Tt. Nick Polizo and a negro boy en- 1 I New Orleaui.... ... ..........-...... M fol\ at figures very close to Wholesale Cost.
u New York. .... .. .. .....7i 54 I
gaged in a fight at the former's storeat Savannah ... .._,. .... 7* MI8t. I
38 EAST ROMANA STREET. the corner of Baylen aud Zarra- TO-MORROW : Louis ..... ..K 2 C.; ALL OUR WHITE SHIRT WAISTS AT BARGAIN PRICES. ,{1)
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-rtf dark aid Refinishing Furniture aSpecially. I i I
gossa! streets yesterday afternoon,
in which the negro struck Polizo in SPECIAL !

PhCU10 403. the head with a rock and took ( ,zz OOD weather MARITIME. !'

I I I "French leave," just in time to Nr' ,//' \ to-morrow is 100 Black Silk Umbrellas, 26-inch, Steel Rod, Close Roll,
dodge an officer of the law.: Polizo .4> _/M-n prayed for by I I EXPORTS "

R. K. WHITE, i! was arrested. admirers of For May to date .......,&; 1.'.11 Natural and Sterling Silver Mounted Handles, that

wtthuaaGer, .ttaiiufattnriiig Jeweler I One of the mo=t'popular, quiet and ; city base, ball and in this if ARRIYEDTQ KA. TI>E. Formerly Sold at $1.85, $2.50 and $3.25. ';
comfortable I Nor ss Sanna. :!SO Clirihtrneen.Tampico i
resorts in Pensacola
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And (Graduate Optician, j the Merchants hotel dominoe room, such tune should good for-obtain toualf Transit Co For this Sale $1.50. !ij J JLadies'

but there nothing unusual about j AKK1VKD.
j ,eats P.I foz't., Frniarola, H ,I that, for all branches of the best I Hr ts Ulenrnr, 2so', Cooper, H utel'a'Ia !1 I
genial
Capt. .. Madeira
and Funchalto
t iTJ of games will j order -
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II I: Jacob Kryger's; business are popular. / ;
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,, ..: be seen at Palmetto 1 R. HALLIDAY & CO.
--r-'v". BAILED.
His hotel
-- i is always well filled, summer ,
Beach, when the Giants and i tier bk Adele, Liaghoop, Rotterdam
.r-l':: as well as winter, and the Bijou
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Stonewalls meet and battle for hon *"* ;
bar is always liberally patronized. ATQDAK4NTINE. Telephone 193. 33 and 35 Palafox Street.

JEWS NOTES i ors.The i Br ss Cynttla, 19is, beaus, Santos, to W.SIt'avkiii I I
;] Rev. Linn R. Walker will be installed I locals: have.undergone a great n: *..VI'.n
1 tubk' ,
| Lima to 1'ensarola Lumber Co
pastor of the Fin-t Prerbyter- i deal of practice this week in fact I II ,, Saved ss Atlanten 1.W: venten.. Vera SEE THE (fi,= 1!

-' ---"-. /-.../ ../' ian church, of this city, tomorrow l I since Mayor Jones has granted per- ,I I Cruz It bkColumbmiR, to Kensacola Lumber, 1'arodi.Co Montevideo 1I I r

i iIViibT' Manufacturers' morning at the 11 o'clock service, by mi"lon to practice in Seville square: ,, to order
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.\--.IM'' .. will 'ive\ lJ.lUqul'tatl I a committee of the Florida Pre-by- I some of the boys are there daily! order Hr bk J H Masters [M!, hank. Belize, to !,'

W..i-liyuisht.1 I tery conMing: i of the Rev. R. J. The lineup a, furnished by Manager Tan Oxfords

', taker of Argyle, and the Rev. (j. W. I Oliver i isas follows: i THE SHIPPING.
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T.' -' w.r Ctlencoe, which ar- ollett of Milton. Everybody is !i Stonewalls. Giants.

..v.J ;:.'-:.rliy/ afternoon, brought !:| cordially invited to attend the cere- I Fritz. n" ...... c WelirsKtltz. I VESSELS: IN I'OKf.
.' C .. .p OwensMartin STEAM HtI'S. !
kilos of iron
t i. if.-. b.H,1M I| mOIH'. I .. ... 11.1. .. ....... Oliver ,, Span Kranclsca' isiw, Kchevaerla. toUullTranMt
v'r 11* *. i I At' the diocesan council now in I Kearns ...2I> .. ..... ... Sanchez Br Hornby( 0I l'asUI'I.! Oftudge, to Hull 9 11O N DAY

( '. Kelly: :11.1.! ..... Pine Transit l 0i
ildpii'readytowear garmentsn.i I ses-ion at Jacksonville Bishop Wei Backer bs Moore i I Vermont, :2772, O bornt'. toCW Ha-

bthe special oHeriufj at the I Weed extended an invitation to Dntr.. 'n.. .lt. n Bicker 1': german !oK II'''.
rb-c :OttJre next week. Their new those present to attend the laying of I Rub .. ..._cf..... Harris ;, Nor King Cenrlc, oulsen, to PensacolaLumber ] WORTH FROM I

11 :ttli ub'iut 1;. the corner stone of the new church Vernell rf. .- .. Hulna Co BARKS II I
I Shaw and Brown will "sub" for Nor Agathe,117", BonnessloH9LCo
I 11,1' regular meeting of the Ladies' edifice of Christ Church, Pen=acola, Kus Albion.1\\:.. mall, to B: ri LCo f
A'i' I Society: of the (Jad-den Street on June 4th. The diocesan assess the visitors and Laird will be on ( Nor Flrina..tiv,JoliDson, to order ...$1.50 to 3.00...
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hand for the home buys. Uulseppe Albuuilo Monti to I'.o- ,
'thodi-t! church will be held Mon meat of Christ church paid for the I !>a>co Kros
II I ito Hera, I'trT. Hogghlom. to S 8: LI'o 1ie9
!1 ty in-tead uf Tuesday. I ensuing year was fixed at 1700, or What Thin Folks Need Hue Lima,\lilt Burke, to Fenkacnla Lumber !
I more than one-fifth of the aggregate Co FOR
K. Hulliday & Co. Dave: 1upwad.- Is a greater power of digesting and It Martlnln.Tii, Xeno, to order
assessment. Nor Mirzapore, 1175;, Clinton, to H II
.rti..t1llt'ut in this i-"u+- oflcringoods a=imitating food. For them Dr. I Boyer i!

.. :{ at summer sacrifice j'tie,. j After the grip, or other serious ill. King's New Life Pills work wonders. I ShotterCo: Nor Mataura. 11'3, Bruusgaard, to S l' dP 1 4 5

t miss this .-ale. If you dn you I, lies*. HoodV Sarsaparilla is the medicine They tone and regulate the digestive II I Nor i'aragon, 714, Busch to 8: I' Bhotte W # :
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organs, gently expel all poisons from
'4 .'trt it. to take to restore the appetite the enrich the blood improve I It Saint Antonia do 1'ardova,5H.Juarto, ... ..
system to order .. ... ... ...- ---- -
it reduction sale of :fats beUK : and strength. appetite make healthy flesh. I Br Wildwood.*, Fitzgerald to order '
.. .... : -- --- Onlv :!.ic. at W. A. D'Alembertn's.. Kus ) btavat.iC 4.Aaltonen. to rt I' holte
> s miumery sore i uay : I I 121 South Palafox -street.- ------ -- -- !' Co BOSTON SHOE STORE

ntinue through Monday. THAT PYTHIAN KKll.S.
It Ime Sorelle B. ';Costa, to orderSCHOONERS. ,
ill be interested in their | I Will Cure Stomach Ailie in five j, ,, .

? t in thii i.ue. i TRIP TO CHIPLEY M muici I Am Am James Lizzie A\VilleyaJ2.Uarlield. 4W.,Kners lull to, H to: S order 1.Co NATHAN (J. l'UItc'IIILUII: : :, Proprietor.

.... I I j I This i is jut what Painkiller will,, Am Mary E; Morse, 51+.I, Newbury, to Jno
-f the joint quarantine ':i I do; try it. Have a bottle in the I III 'i A Am Merntt IVidlrtoii A Co Leaders of Low Prices. 117 South Palafox Street.
---- I Bros 7'i-J Kneeland. to
1 : 'neumnlitteeareremind- II htue for instant use, as it will save i'5 K L Coi
,lurned; meeting to be Pythian in this city are making |, you hours of :suffering. Watch out !i i Br inion 72 Foster, to master

M 'lay cvptiing. .IaIH.. at 7 1 that the dealer does not sell you an Don't Let Your
; I great preparations: for the trip to OF OLKAKKO AN1 BAILED FOB l'Kl\o -
imitation
the
!as of
great reputation
I i
k I: i- important that every !i"tild Chipley next Wednesday, and the HACOLA.I .
I Paiukillerl'erry( Davis';. has induced I I / a Carriage Run Down
: -'. be pre-ftit. II j jI senatorial team. which will do the many people to try to make Horn,Her gTEAMSHIPB.Krlda sld London March ;i -

I I Liiii'-' .\Society of the ecret work, has been under rehearsal something to sell, said to be "jut as /tupirak Bat,Span,sld Bilbao March Si I for want of little repair. Taken in
; 1
good as the genuine.:' HhKS.Alexander ./ time the ct may hA tril1in l'A .
1 :Silt-,\ :o htrt-et Methodist church :j for the past week.It --- ; Lawrence, Nor llvl. Ko-ari word "
'' ( to the wire is sullicient. We ;
A ':1\! ',. -ujipt-r! Mund.ly. May lth! i ij. is probable that Challers' Band AFRAID HER LIFE'Anna Anita March H,I It.:7t.: at Tenerille Xov 20i ) do carriage: and wagon repairing in
i t-1 tL.. ,. lk tree nt-ar the (iingle-j will be taken along to enliven I FOR i Karsagllere., bid -aronn March 1SICoKnatl all its branches at lowest prices, '
; It.122.at Marseilles Ian 11
"III Kt-t II III. Uumbu, "indoiitt. I things. This feature has not as yet o olive. Mount It, sld1.t'lth Jan 12 and warrant all work to be strictly !
been definitely decided Virginia, It, bid Malaga, April II' first-da;?. Make your vehicle equal Ito
'A' "- '*;, ic-H cream and cake I i upon.
in
new
bt'HOoSF.Rb.i0 appearance durabilityand
'* .. ht- M-cved at 7 o'clock. All are j i It i is the intention to leave early, I Barber, a habitue of a resort ( V Jordan, Am sid New York April 17 1 motion. Jobbing promptly exe-

ii.tllv invited to attend. I IA Ii complete the new order' organita- I at L'li West Zarragossa street, appliedto Nellie April W Hovle.lt_ _Am__, _sld_New lor -_ jI u cuted.Ktfrt.
i I tiun in 113 short a time as possible Justice Wolfe this morning for rte-' }fur?e Shoer always ready.
uf the lecture McDnffie's Witch -
ritinjj recent of and reach the city much sooner than I j a peace warrant for a certain young Hazel
:. : 1V'.A. Hlnuut to the law class Foot Healer w one of the fines J. M. Milliard & Co., i
the la-t train did. Refreshments of i man of the city, whom she alleged rGYI'RJLNT
.: >! e t 'tson L'uivwr-ily, the Denid I baby powder known cures prickly
i i a light nature will be served on the i i had assaulted her with his hand and heat and gives instant relief. No. :HO) East Garden Kt.
:i c rre-j>ondent of the Timesuion train, and every person who can getI i had threatened to do her bodily 25; CENTS. i
and Citizen)'-: "Hi ,:uh'ct I !i Hold by John ttheppard, 405 H. Pal-]
into a 1' \nlud6e is invited.i harm should she take any legal I'
of I. I I afox street.
wa the Loyalty the awjfr.Ir. C. O. MEUX
steps against him. .
'. lilouut con-idered: in cholar-- i The finest line of sterling silver ------- i

and masterly manner, the ethical :i j goods and silver novelties is to, be The warrant was not issued. The ; Save loney! by buyingyour (MKL'.VS IUSIMCS.S COLLFA Fkm i
found at J. Stephens': Prices to young man was before the city court n
'< of the law and 1 pointed out that I please all i this morning on a charge of assault furniture A.;;

lawyer: should not be governedwhat I ing the woman but there was no at Marston $ Quina's ;::I The Bar = Lock Typewriter. ai I

will bring temporary: pe- I BROTHERHOOD"PICNIC.. I grounds for any case against him Great Furniture Emponum. i FOLD OX INSTALMENT PLAN I,
try success at the sacrifice of

.-'it.' either moral or legal, but I; Tne Supreme Lodge. United OrderI I and the mayor- --let---him-_go._ New :Machines Exchanged: for Old Ones. lninirp at Gdlrk'. p!
I of Brotherhood will give a grandI I II ---
-hwulJ ever remember that I picnic at Kupfrian's park June i). I He\l'al. a treat Secret.

,'tticerof the court. and that 1 16m2tf. i, It i is often asked how such startling ; ,,G2S2525Z5252 52525 t

cures, that puzzle the best physicians ...*.N/1.4/4.4N/
......... ...
are effected by Dr. King's New Discovery I/ 1 I4... I IS Ip1

..-,..6'...',&'....... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... for Consumption. Here's the .4 I
A Y Y V Y secret. It cuts out the phlegm and SAVE YOUR : : READ .< :
germ infected mucus, and lets the .

....AT.... 4 life-giving oxygen enrich and vitil- I i.
'f. ize the blood. It heals,; tie inflamed, ..01. MONEY t< :

: cough-worn throat and lung,; Hard ,
;i colds and stubborn coughs N/414//4/4 ,1 .
soon' L.
.4.4/4.
SOLCAHN&CO'SYOU yield to Dr. King's New Dicoverv.the ,; : ....4.444.4.C525Z52S25Z25 .
most,; infallible rt'lJ1pdfr all t'S25 S ?S J
Throat and Lung\ disease"Uuarau;; ; -
i teed bottles fill> c and $1,00.) Trial ,
WILL FIND: bottles free at W. A. D'AlemberteV.


:.. .-... .-- -!.' '.' o'f" 121 South Palafox street. Your Chance to Save Money

t __ ..-'- -- -" -- 'CRIMINAL COURT I


.SMITHFIELD[ ri AMS *0 ON A FEW USEFUL ARTICLES. & I

. k ,, HAS ADJOURNED

: -- -- --- -----. :----.=-- -= Our Entire Line of 50c SHirt Waists, i j our Line of 75s Waists Mate ef Dim-
..
c! .:; ;. .= i -" k i Judge Blount adjourned the late 3 9 c c
I '
r* and the best of everything generallyKept k 9e;;=ion of the criminal court this This\ Seassi's styles, Choice I sties Lawns ail Mato, Choice 5 9 i I

monitor making one of the shortest
I -xoxi: 1JSIunB.-o:
in a First-Class Grocery Store. =| i serious months. held by this court in many I I .


. ....FLORIDA AGENTS.... k I| The docket was entirely cleared Apron Gingham, per yard 5c
' I there having been about one-tenth

run Tilt
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Mineral Water.
Abita Springs k --- --

-5 I All kinds of chairs and ,
have an Assortment of CIIII.HH I:\'S
lKissIN
fi
to la You
rocking chairs at .Marstonj years. can save the expense of having
them made. A few of the styles of these
many
garments shown Window
$ Agency Nunnally's Candies. = j\I fy Quina's. Prices are very Di plav.

low. ,. ETA Good Assortment of 11 and 17-Inch EMHROIDEREU FLOUNCIXC.S '
Ju-t Received, for Under-
; ; waist They are Excellent.
Mar.toiQ
Corner Palafox and Intendencia Streets. k ina are sole ,

k agents for the celebrated II

phone 178. ** ** Pcnsacola, Fla. i\\0dorless refrigerators, {!I
W. J. & B.
absolutely guaranteed or FORBES. !

'X%%%%%%%%%% money refunded. \

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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY.. MAY 17,1902
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I MADRID TO BE SCENE TIRED SALESWOMEN. !I PRESBYTERIANS IN ,"

I, MRS. HELENA BLAV


i OF BRILLIANT FETES SESSlOfUTJACKSONGeneral I Young Milwaukee Society Woman. ,


Employers Should be MoreiConsiderate. -

Ceremonies In Honor of the Assembly Begins Its pS-iKN': thousand cured The "woman, bo ha >'uf-

;,Jf*, Mrs. Pinkham AS :i; Tired I I women have written rt'tl from female w '.ikn> .,
Alfonso. Deliberations. 1 to tell how Wine of should do anything wrl'l:.
Of Young King
-' Cardui bestows the 3's'' reason to secure i I.el'r': :

---- Women to Write Her for Advice. I II blessing of health on ever M Wine of Cardui H hi...-n.-,

( HAS ATTAINED HIS MAJORITY I FORTY-SECOND ANNUAL SESSION j woman who takes it, cine that appeals to n asor..\-

I and poor alike. Mrs. lie women-wonifn Ill ,
In the vast retail establishments of large cities, many women are Helena Blau. No. 123: Sev LoU operations! and cutt.r '

Sparish: City Crowded With Ambassa-: employed as aleswomen. Two Hundred and Fifty Delegate Are enth Street Milwaukee, \. in horror-women w hokn.>v?

dcrs and Royal Personages-No ''' Men formerly held the positions that women now hold, and while I Present, Representing a Membershipof Wis., U one of the young that Nature is the !I.'.t ILl

women's organism LJ less throng than men', they are expected to do the women whom Wine of Car- sician Wine .{ Cardij.;

i Less Than Fifteen Bull Fights Will i i same work. Their duties compel them to l>e on their feet from morning I Two Hundred; and Thirty Thou dui }vas rescued from a- life Hn. H'trnt I Rlav. gives women back then

Enliven Festivities. I' to night, and many of them, in a short time, contract those: iliativ&aingcoinpLiints : ,: sand-Officers of Assembly of suffering. She writes: chance to build health Ly the giving wat..l Natur a'Wine
I up and di
called "female d6caJes"Then of Cardui I' certainly 'wornout'
eased ti ue Wine of Carlul t
r Madrid, May It!.-Th* weather was occur irregularities, suppressed or painful menstruation, Jackson, Miss.. May 15.-The torty- !1 women's bet friend and I am pleased the menstrual flow and Nature rt'gulatl'3, when

auspicious for the official ceremoniesI I| weakness, indigestion: leucorrhota, general debili.y: and nervous pros- second annual session: of the Presbyterian to give my experience with it. A few relieved of the drabs or of the poisun

in honor of the majority of King Al- tration. church in the United States began months ago I caught a severe cold, having in the system makes the" f.lIh'tll'I1. .

Ior.bo which opened here yesterday. A They are beset yitl> such symptoms as dizziness, faintness, lassitude its deliberations here today. The been out in inclement I weather,which organs strong and healthy. ajain.

cloudUbs sky and brilliant sun favoredthe irritability sleeplessness melancholy assembly is composed of commissioners Any woman who 1 ..3settled silently sllff'rn: ,
excitability, nervousness, all over me, particularly in the untoj]; pains 1.o&'all' he is tvtHt'IISII1 .
'
arrival at Madrid of the Duke of all-gone want-to-be-Ieft-alone feelhigs, blues, and hopelessness.In ,I from 13 southern states-Alabama, II III abdomen. I was in almost constant pain j to undergo a physicians exminatl"; I.",

Connaugtt. Prince Albeit of Prussia, such cases there is one tried and true lemedy. Lydia ]:. Pink- ,,, Arkansas Florida, Georgia Kentucky, I consulted a physician and took his and treatment can find n<> eicuso f r

Princes VlaJniir and Christian of Denmark ham's Vegetable CoinMund| at once removes such: troubles.! The 1>i Louisiana, Mississippi; Missouri, North medicine for a month and without any not securine relief when Wine of V'

Prince Nicholas of Oreece and following letters prove this. They also prove the value of Mrs. Pink- ,i Carolina, South Carolina Tennessee, !i relief. I then decided I would I, dui is offered to her.. There is no p.:, '
try your deter ht> hHan
of Monaco and ham's advice. ailed ;' ,icity to r take W,;
the crown princes : Texas and Virginia and was ( to
medicine and: it was a lucky day for me j Of Cardui in the privacy of her b.)!.,
Siam: t'li' arnuJ in a royal train. order by the moderator Dr. Meander ,
j' when I did so. I noticed a change in a with as much assurance of a final ;.r
The f\"i.fs ot the day coincided with ; Woods of Tenn. .
Memphis, few days and: felt encouraged to continue as thtJUh; a dozen doctor rn'ou"m. i. .'
(i th' tts-mal of San Isidro. the patron1V I This: is the first meeting of the general It. Many physicians di> r>\.%:... : .

-a;",t of i Madrid! which: brought im-- I assembly in Mississippi:; in IS'' taking Wine of Cardui: and: my patience wjw (lf j t'arJui to their patient,.

was re warded,for in two weeks my pains Wh not !eta i 1.00 bottle ot V., .
v.'ds! tbe hum theu )
city
1 '; tr< to >tarn, it lining held in the city of
had: left me and I felt like a new woman" )f i'drdui fr"ia y.iur drurrgi! t i.l.i; -
: < 'I IM! !lu:, country. Thousand uf Q7) \ 'lisbun:. Two hundred and fifty del.eate.

)" i. ", -car e""t1 along the rout.' tram ;, .- anprc&eLt..
A n li'ion;\ s'lfft-rin ','
'h' ',n"i-i-n; -i tiou to the pa'.i': ti I Tilt that of the So'tliorn ?
assembly
v WINE o f CARD 11<' found r. hi-! ,
;AIM; the !'.' ,> ''sioa. "HUII'I h ups held in the city of Augusta 11'ine tot I .U-oIlll.i

',' t' 'f. r.e .11 r'' -> railroad .:.it >n ; a F {.:it 111 l&iil': and was presiikd H\ .T

'i r, u ir,' ..:-r.tu.! ii: ii.v! ) royal tram fa. up 4! T, bj l.t. U M. Palmer the \eneral l,'

II I >: ill:: !':a.-. \i! sort coni;i i-' ". oil vh .
na-riT '.f New Oilcans.ho was> r THE NEW GROCERY STORE.
tilt! "I;} -II b't\ rd in shiuun:'ing
'
< e-itq uijiiied l by a street car. Dr. Pal.
'IK .., ::1 .In :.1: with drawn sw I" ,.s .,
n'"' tins attended nearly every neKin -
:1:101! u >',iti.i.n; of dragoons in huh
h l cf th- asscmbiy and thereeie
'.-;..-.I -i.'ph.\ nsets and with 11';:,viniiin I I I, PG
many inou'iitfor: /Jm and expressions WILL MOVER
s was dia.vn up in the courtyard.
OJ] rapathy by the delegates.
\'Lil"! within the station I
there aI -s'mhied -

( thf .ifiicers of the royal household { az Represents Membership of 230.000. i. Keeps a Complete, First-Class, Up-to-Date Stockof

!headed by the Prince of tin As' When the assembly was organizedat Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries.No. .

1.lrias. Augusta about Tu.'W" Presbyterianswere !'

The! various: ambassadors! and their ternesenteii.! The membership 30 W. Covernment St., Salisbury Block.TT.LKPHONK .

sta'!;, all! t !lad in handsome uniforms I represented by the meeting today is CVJT:

with Krea-ts resplendent with orders iCo.iiijOan: increase of more than 300

and dpiora, ions, formed a striking cent 11 '
per in >ears.

group of 1'01,11' The edge of the station Simultaneous with the meeting bore ICE AND WCCD1

I'latform was lun-d up by a company the Northern assembly is being convened

of rsineers in becoming unitoims -
in New York, in accordancewith
and tri-colored : WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LA T OER 1I\L: :
taps The regimental '
r ; a lout established custom.

standard was displayed! within The ofljrers of the assembly, in adj j THIS SIMMER THAN EVE I I Kr: :( RESEND

the station and a hanJ was stationed! '
t .. ditiun 10 Dr. Woods, the moderator ;
tlunt.Tht. ly are US YOUR ORDERS NCW.

train arrived at half-past t. A 4
Dr W A. Alexander, Clarksville!

hms!"- sounded the guard of honorur"nlcd "I Can Work Every Day in the Week Now." T"nu -tatfd clerk; Dr. Robert P. Thompson, Olsen c\: C :>.,
; arms and the band struk I I
', DEAR MHS. PIN} II.\M : --1 write this; letter for yon to publish for the Fan.St Louis, permanent clerk; Dr. ,II
up. tinSpanish royal marth. The'f.f !. benefit of poo-. "\II\n: :; \"rn'n. Lydia 1L I'inkhamS Vegetable t'oni- S. E. Cht'Mfr. Nashville Tenn., seer,- Manresa Street, Telephone J r/.

t of tli' arrival ot the ambassadors, pouud has; done! me a >rri-t deal of jrood. I have taken three bottles and feel t ury of the foreign: mission board! ; Dr.

was somewhat marred by mistake like \Vlu 1 lean the of medicine I able
a ot a new woman II u-o your was hardly .
?; L. )IorrlstJar.ta, secretary of thp ESTABLISHED: 1 S6
the engine driver of their train who to be up ; could !loot .1.. h .If a Ih'H.rk, i ached from head to foot, was ( II : ,
brought the cuachts to a standstill befoi almost crazy, had t'\I" IH':,rhlg; -i!own pains. and stomach was out of order. I home boarJ of missions; Dr. J. K. Ha -- -- -- -

Now all of three troubles hnileft me end I can work every day in the neck |I.r. Kichiuoud. Va., secretary of the I McKENZIE OBRTING & CODEALKK9
aching the oilicijl Mo;>iiiii r and not f..'''1 tired..'-. Miss. ,1 t sriil'onMANso'dl'ennsylvaniaAve.LimaOhio. publication: committee; Dr. A. L. Philips ,,
,
place. Th.- brilliant throng on the Ht'rI: *. IMiikh.iin : I liaterrndvltli intorrotyoiirailtiretothat J! Richmond, Va., secretary of the o IN- 0
platform had rnnspiiuently to scurry otht'r ulIIl'h I thought; I \Miulil \\ritetojou for I hate been I
Sunday school !
down the station tll the nufferiu.toraluutune. 'lhi.ldid.auletiuleau. board; Dr. Lumpkin! ,
royal car >
1 :.Memj.hU. ,;ert.tary of the general Ship Chandlery and General Uar-dwafe.
rlaj.'>. The guard of honor was thereviewed n Now 1 1 can [hardly find words to thank you for your wonderful Vegetable I! ]'
board of education
: Dr. A. McKhvay., I
and advice"I
the Duke Compound
of Cuniuueht and COS AND 805 S. I'ALAKOX MTIIKKT.
., the Prince of t.e A.stuiias walked togetter was in a terrible'-tile! ,'v'rpart of my Lod/; ached was very nervous ': Charlotte, N. C., editor! of The Presby- ':

first had hysterical s1n| -11;. I tlrnk I "'''III-! have become in..anehad it not been for I trrian Standard and Dr. E. T, Converse a-ETxrcry --
: ,, followed
by the >rprins. Lydia i:. IMnkliaiiiS V<*, ;ctahlc Cum pUll 11\1. Your medicine has cured Louisville, editor of The Chris- j j REVERE COPPER COMPANY. JOHN A. ROEBLI G'8 MOM co.'!'!
Among these was the crown me au.l1 cannot eprtsi.y thauka"-S11-s HATTIK DtXiKOAT, Sucoasunns, j tian Observer. GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE A. RDHHEL 4 fcON'S PIP
; prince of Slat, in a white uniform N.J. (March S. luoi i I

t r : conspicuous on 'account of his shortstature. ; other nu-diciiu-vXo :theorM! has:; rel'l'iv,1ll h \\iilespread and Dr. H. A. White of Lexington, "a"I I CIITJJ Csrdi8> Pall!', Dill! lictict! lajfrorasnij! iris h:hn, lU'nj :

i. Ptinco Vladimir of m-nmark. uaqu.ilitieil cutlnrM-iiii'iit. is mentioned as the next moderator. j COMPAHSES.IXJOS. KTU.

who walked at his bide, toweled above No other |MT.UH ran give each helping advice to \romon who t I I II i iI C. McKenzie Oerting Collecting Agent for BJ: Picot' Benevolent A;-o

,. him. The Duke of ('onnau ht, and t.V are sick as ('au'lrs. 1'inkhain, for none have had such a great I I Northern Presbyterians Meet i ciatlon.

Other ambassadors! ; saluted the stand f>\IH.'rlt'ul'e-her jv
aid and the royal holy ssnaid.l They you are sick write her-you are foolish if you don't. ,: and fourteenth general assembly I TVEEICLI' WCIIKUULE
I lof ,
the
then took their Presbyterian church was opened .AT.

: d were driven to places the palace.s in carriages hove Owing from to time the U fait tmt ttut questioned some .keptiralpeope l the Rrnulnncis :*. in the Filth Avenue Presbyterianj FOR STEAM DIVISION

ort REWARDKnew it the tttttmonul levers *c art con.untlr i church this city todiy. The ."K'l.S.\COLA.
I the j sessions KIiKCTUIC TKUMI.IAlKA1LWAY :
by royal body guard .
and the S5 publuhin e havt drintkitedwith the NauonaJ
"' 'agoons. At the palace the ambassacors 0 0 0 Citv Hank of Lynn Mm, f;,(100, "hkh! *iU will continue 13: days. COMPANY,
be pod to any person .ha will show that the above testimonials art not !'i The most important MOK'SRestaurant1
business
were tt-ceired by the queen regent genuine, w .ere published before oh.'nlIhe writer's special perrmstion. to Trains leave Pscsacola for
the
:M_. L. lit
-I.y.lU I: I'lukhaiu Medlcln Cotupauy Lynn come before the assembly is the
and Ktn; Alfonso! and conducted report Kayoa Hill J:&you. W arringtoh \ary 1 are
L. .' of the committee and Fort liarrancas at
on revision of
oy new to tneir apartments. A ,rand
banquet in their honor was given 11'1.! Rn.lnr.". I Presidential Nominations. the confession of faith. This report at 11\:'>i a, m.arrive at Fort harrancas 10.43 t.m
the palace last night "If I were the mayor." remarked th"trtnsr < Washington: tray t.V-The prpslut !! probably will be debated on May 23 ; op.m.arrlv.atI'ortRarraneae> L etpa:

I Tie queen regent has directed the T W 1.1bad' attended a meeting '. has -,. -i the followme norainati..n. I 8.:\<) p. m arrive at tort Barrancas ':IS p met5pmarrlveatFort

Duke of Alba as gentleman! of the oi the fity council. "1 wouldn't permit .- tn the sprat O.-orct: > Ran No 1-- r-T illu". | "S:'"'p.m. arrive at fort Barrancas Barrancas 8.Up 1:'(' Dill a

tin- aldoruion to waste fco much time it i' TraIns etve bit B rraac: ifor Fecis
I chamber, and Colonel :Marquis Mendi i 'i'l.; 1'n'terl States attorn.. for the ; I have sold Chamberlain' Colic. cola at

: germ thI' in attendance UM-II--S wrangliurotertrivial laatters. wt- upon theDuke I! "The know what Le is about ] 15a.m, arrive at Pensacoln H.tis all.i
mayor s and would rather be out of
,
years
of Connaueht: during his 1 : Virginia: Holt F. Butt. Jr. ,!I I I ) p m, arrive at Yansaeota..11a5 ;1
(
stay replied the citizl'll.lcn! they'r P. rtsn.outh. '!'i collpe and sugar than it. I old five II 4:91 p, tu. arrive at l'..&...:o!... ..... t.tt f."
rifle. : wraudius.:: they're not doing any mis Alal-ama. New tun L. \Vil(bottles' nf it ye terday to threshers I 5tp' m arrive at fcnnacola 5.45 p a
OR. ['!tx tnn. North 1:()) m. arrive at Ponsacola..........
.\ M'ecia' : b-iil fi Iit. in which eight chi. f."-Chicago Tribune. Carolina C. T, that could so no farther, and they Short orders promptly p. Ti1p
; S.45 p m arrive at Pensaoo! __ Bl. p. aHatardaysonly
bulls appeared, was hcM in the afternoon I aiK-y., Raleigh! 'i are at work again; this morniu?.- :
'H., H. PHELPS, Plymouth. Oklahoma : filled !!
at the Punta Del I S.Xo fewer WHAT IS FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE? PABI FOR WEEK: : DAY,
I I Illness cf Lord PaL'ncefote.'a.hlnlton. i' As will be seen by the above
than li1 ball fgjits! are to take placein Answer : It i is made from a rrecription i the threshers able. to on Pensaoiila to Kort Barranca* and:: return iFenacola
were keep
i i
I \\ May 10.-Dr. i I to Navy Yard and return...... l'Pe&taoola .
connection with the festivities and ;, of a leading: Chic'to phy- R. Jang. Franz A. with their work without Irving a'' Best the market to Palmetto Beach' and return ire

ov r tutu huBs are to be killed.! "lciHI. and one of the ui"t eminent Lord Pauncefote's physelan i- single day's time. You should keep i au! DAY SCHIDODE.

Fiee dinr.'rs1'> .' given to 3.(1(1i iu the country. The ill redipt.t? :'''I, when ask,.,d today regarding! his a bottle of this remedy in your home. affords When weather permits ton running ;

i poor per ons. This charity \\ ill be repeated are the purf-t. that money c''Ul buy I'|: patit.rt's rendition, said: "With each For sale by all druggists:\ and melliI open coaches
and are .cif>ntificall\ combined to' attack he has clue dealers. Leavi Pensaoolk LT Fort Ktrrtnsii
I daily until May 21. Kitty thousand set their utui.>-t value.. W. A. some new complication. I I Private parlor for 8a.m. 10 a. m.


pt' tai have been distributed to n'\I U1bprte. lil :-'. PaUfox street. 'I The outlook is not so bright, but he is ,(WW.HY.- :| II a. m 11 m
__ distinctly in no immediate dinner parties. 1 p. m. I p.m,
the tour and small sums will be des I;I! danger. The undersigned takes this methodof Ip.m Ip.m,

: posited in savings banks in the namesof There's lots of money to be made ';I A REVELATION." 'I offering her services as a I p. m p.m.
in real e.tate-lot, of it. A real estate Ip.mp.m. pm
j
I irst class licensed ,
J all children horn Saturday. May I midwife, hav- ( .
17 'pm.
sign is usually a ilner-board to If you will make inquiry it will had (
ing 35 experience.I p.m. f .
the day the king takes the oath Altogether wealth. Thos. C. Watson & be a revelation to you how i i iluccumb I years I p.m.Wavy
Can give bet of referet.ce from $2.00 FA2I rot "UlDAT
clft! amounting to 2: ')IIMl'f'sttas /) Co.. the leading; Real Locate: nra, | to kidney or bladd er ; leading physicians of this city. : i eeneaoolato art Barrancas

will be distributed. have some offers whkr. it womd troubles in one form or another |i MRS. M. OIDDEXP lard and return____?-._ Kt
be worth while to consider. (U- If the patient i is not beyond rued] j WILL PAY FOR I Ctosteoia ta Palmetto Uetaa and
your THE ._
I cal aid. | Jltf 111 South DeVilliers Ht. r tnrn ______ 1.1
mud see them to-day, and don'ttill wait Foley's Kidney"Cure will I
-- No freight
1 received after f:15 p. m.
: Cures Eczema and Itching Humor to-morrow. curl'. It never di appninta. W. A SCHOOL SUPPLIES ,
Through the Blood-Costs Nothingto -- -- -- i D Alemberte,121 t-.' Palafox !street! -- I Jacksonville tug: --

1 Try It. 01LBTOItI. i At C, V. Thorn pnon's Xo. 11 South j ji
1.'a K.rd t 3 H3.s d'Ars 8C21 Edaute Tour now l.with-u .ret.. II III LoDikEoIY{
Sears the i i PaUfnx. (
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K. B. B. Botanic Blood Halm) is ,I,I Candy Cathartic, cure consupuion forever i I
5 Lk.:25c. Ie C.C C tail. drUEtlStuefllnl!none : 1 Besides the standard lines of ta- Daily MetropolisFROM I
now reeojrulzed a* certain and s-ure r i ----- -
tZ:; I -
f .( tionery we have, in tints, witb en- -
cure for Eczema, Itcbin Skin Humors ___ !i Rubber hose, all sizes, at velopes to match : ,I NOW KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.P
Hralx' Scales Watery Blis 1 Royal Crystal Bond. I I:I .
: The man who owns; his own tome the Willis Hardware Co.'sSIIEItlFF"3
ter, Pimple, Aching Bone or insures himself against: lots of., Hnrd's Holland Bond. I UNTIL DECEMBER I 1902 n'&col& Jjodge. No. S, K. of P.,
Joint Boil. C'arbuncle' Prickling I Ladle Art Stationery. ,
trouble and
Palo in the Skin, Old Eating Sore worry. Nobody can meets every Monday tTa>
*,
raise his rent, and "the rent day hac SALE ; Foreign Mail, Etc. I tag at 9a at Cantle Hall
Botanic Blood
Ulcer, etc. Balm no terrors for him. It's easy to own By virtue of aa execution teased out of Artists' Material. Office Sup- Covering the entire scope of the In the BloantWatioahalllinj.
taken the t and : ,
internally cures wor third floor
tle! circuit court of plies, Memoranauin Books Etc.
a home Kscambm county. I
now-a-days. ThOS. C. '
s most deep-seated cases by enriching, t londa.*herein M. K. Gonzalez plaintiff ff All new and bright. !iI | Political Campaigns of the Year. Visiting brethren oordlaliT
welcomed
i purifying and vitalizing the blood Watson & Co. can tell you how and HarcVf Nail la defendant I bare levied .
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easy: it if. Call and see them. upon and will sell at public outcry to the I i ii j M.CAVPBILL,
blood ADDRESS
E thereby giving a healthy supply highest blddt'r for cashat the door of H. HORBLEK, C. c
tbe
i to the skin. Botanic Blood Balm NOTICE.I I county court house the city of Pena- i!i ACENTS WANTED. !i| CARTER & RUSSELL K.: R. A H.
cola said Eacambia
cured
i- the only cure, to stay for county during the

! tnese awful annoying Ma trouble have been authorized to take I of legal June hours, A. V.l\t1.of sale dlhe on Monday following, the described!nd day LIFE OF T. DEWITT TALNUGE, by bu PUBLISHING CO.JACKSONVILLE .. '

: Other remedies nuy relieve but H. sabscriptions for Wm. Jennings real estatetO-wit: Lot 1, being a part of' eon, REV FRANK 8JUelsA :
DEWITT
B. B. actually cure, heals every Bryan's paper, "The Commoner." I!I! lot ( and associate edItors of I aunt'I !
16T.1,1.51: WM said lot Christian Herald.
sore, and gives the rich glow of The price I is |lad per year in ad. containing
I acr alia 4I
; commencing at a stake at the Only book endorsed by Talmage family. I
; health to the skin. B. B. B. builds up vance. Those desiring: the parer I I northeast corner of the Aim Vaaghn I I I I Enormous Kidney Cure
and makes have it !I Place, deed for which is profits for agents who act quickly. ,
II the broken-down body : can seat to them by sending on record In Deed" j
I Book :u of the records of Escambia! Outfit ten cents. Write immediately 1 nuka kidneys and bUj&f right. Jc.:
the blood red and nourishing. Over i1.Odto the undersizned. I|I county AWMI
Flo Ida, at page M. thence the. CLARK & Co. '
running on 222 S. -
4th -
St. PhiladelI -- .
jf: of -- -
30cO< voluntary testimonials cures H. bI. RncHE, !! Ineotsaidplace south slity-one -- ---
by Botanic Blood Balm'B. B. B. Care Daily Sews.e I I So minutes, west, WJ\ feet 1\ inches; then I I, phil, P.. Mention this paper. Medical Society Attention. I.W.HARPERKENTUCKY
fre in a northerly direction :! 's feet and tllncbes- I
I Druggists |1. Trial treatment CANOY-CA'n1AAT1C10e. thence! In a easterly direction lAv\ feet- aaeodlm'I There will be a regular meeting of ,
Blood Balm I
and prepaid by writing thenceinaeoutherlydtrectlonback to start-1 l ANTAL-MID I the Pensacola Medical
Co., Atlanta, ia. Describe trouble in,' point,in Section! U,r.1 S.,Ranges&i and'SI I Society at
,I and free medical advice gives until : \\'.. in tbe Manuel" Gonzalez: l>rent con the Board of Health office at 8 I I WHISKEYI
I taming V and SMuj acres, be tile same more I These tiny Capsules ire superior o'clock p.m. Tuesday May 27. _
I
cured.
; or less all said Honda real estate said being in Kscamba : to Balsam j of \Copaiba, I Visiting physicians are cordially ,
county :
property beinz "t
C
Veen.. rte Klyd Yr Hat. ilsars B.t.t'' Genuine stamped C. C. C. Never told: In bulk. I and Uardee costs. Nail to satisfy said _exesution 1 They cure ia 48 hours the I DR. E. F. BRUCE, t 'i::tb93.zr::. s:1Solt

J 11tP Bt\lt'are of the dtt'tr' vho tries to sell GE: K. '!'MITH. j !same disease without wyhlcoa.OLDBYAL4RUGGIST- i President.
7; Sheriff of Escambia county, flamlOoawiw f DR. W. C. DEWBERY,
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"somahmj just u iood. I tutscs. $ I n25ttf

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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY MAY 17. 1902 1:.

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tcK{ MADE WELL\ I "CUBA LIBRE" WILL ., I 1-- GOLD DUST. HOPE PLACED IN MITCHELl. SHOOTS SELF ACCIDENTALLY. .,. J"h,


let the_jOll. DUST twins do our work." Believed !
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National

\WEAl\ { MADE STRONG I]r BE CRY ON TUESDAY 1 Hazelton: Able Pa.to ,Solve May President 15.Troubles-The Will convention be- I''I Millard Pinson by: ,Pistol of LaGrange Ball. Wounded Good enough :



-- That Day Stars and Stripes I'I to i decide of anthracite the matter mine of workers making called per1manent I!'i I I Pinson laGrange accidentally, Ga., May shot 16.himself-Millard at I I for anybody! 'I''I'I


Marvelous Elixir of Life Discov- Will Come Down. the present suspension! of j i,I his boarding house while unbreeching

i work in the hard coal field resumed I!i Ii big pistol. The ball entered just above ILL f1AVANA 1ILLEf
Famous Doct or- I I 1
e-ed by its session In the opera house this ': the heart and penetrated his left lung,
CUBAN !
Suentist That Cures i iI COLORS WILL BE RAISED i morning at 9 o'clock. I'I'I : making a dangerous. if cot mortal

I I The committee made Its
final pound

Every Known 'I| General Gomez Will Hoist Flag Over port this morning and after re-I I II S. H. Dunson, who occupies the I '
I I
Ailment. Palace In Ii j:I few unimportant matters had AAAi
Havana
After Which National : been i same room with Mr. Pinsbn at M. L.Fleming's .
I i disposed] of the question of the i
Salute Will Bt Fired for Birth boarding house, was present
i! i hour was introduced by President j I :

of Cuban Government. !1 Mlt hell. This was in the form of at the time the accident occurred and i :

Kj-iiEfJol! Cures Are Effected That Seem exhaustive report of his negotiations an j|J was the first to render assistance to i i"I'
New York. May 16.-All the ; the wounded
I Amerij!j i GOLD DUST with the civic federation man.
Miracles: Performed-The Se. and the presidents -j
i H can forces will assemble at the palace j' Dr. Frank Ridley was summoned
Tuesday will take every particle: of dust and dirt from youi. of the coal companies. The belief j I
life of Wen noon after the formal and
trans. immediately
;eel of long doors and woodwork-makes them as clean as a born with the Interviews l! began probing for i'.j
ftr of government to the Cubans says wbistle.' neat as a pin. Nothing so rood lor w&srunj ', President w1thj' the bullet. He reports young Pinson .j. i iGo'P
Times Retired.I cothes: and dishes Mitchell yesterday that hei I
a dispatch to The World from Ha. I ,to be in
Made only ty THE N. K. FAIRBANX: COMPANY. has a definite plan that will help the a very precarious condition :t'li
Ij l vana. A national salute will be fired I Chicago. New York. Boston St. Louis. j misers in their fight Is i,| and it is impossible to predict the result

and then the United States flag !, Makers ol OVAL FAIRY SOAP. stronger than'ever as complications :
on I easily set
may ::1.1
,:,'III"h ts Free to All \\ Im Sf"luldlllf" I today and many cf the delegates
j the palace will be lowered the Ameri- -- I j in which will render the wound a fatal -
--- hope that
\: and \llIIr"hh. 'I the national president will I I 4
I cin troops and the Cuban artillery WILL TRY TO PREVENT WAR. be able to lead them one. d II
I out of the difS rI
Ii'-.f. patient study, and men presenting! arms. I culty. The Mr. Pinson is from Newnan, where
:1
strike sentiment :
is still
:< du=ty record of the i General Goiuei will then raise tbi Delegation Goes to Cape Haitian to i j strong but it hit; family now live lie has been :1I
I be
cannot said that it I
w ii! a* following modern Cuban flag, the Consult is working for time I
troops presenting arm? Revolutionary Leaders. some as bookkeeperin
,,' It. -'ie!' realms of medi- as great as it was yesterday.A j
Dr. James W. Kidd i i and a national Galore being fired. Port au Prince. Haiti May 15.-A'' --- the store of E. L. Bradfield, of this I "

'titjilJnijj.( ; Fort Wayne, j The American forces will immedl ,' delegation headed by M. Solon Ipnoa.a i:, Great Sut-oe... place. ei i

tile startling all- ( ately' board a waiting steamer. i a former minister of foreign affairs, :;' Old Friend Was jour daughter'smarriage

: a! he ha- -uretyt I Five batterus ol artillery will re> j I] and sent by the provisional governI I I a succeast I Still Searching for Lost Brother. i i.

main: until transferred l to points when s J i m eat ot Haiti started today for Cap.i t I llosti-ss-Oh. a great: success. She's ', Birmingham Aa.! :May 10.-W P /, ,

the naval stations( are Iwated. At'i'! Maltian on the steamer Mancel, wit h traveling in Europe ou the tlimouJ'xe .- '' HnJt.of Talladepa. iii' -HI sear'h,1' I

+ the: I New York 'iVekly.! | Ins 'r !d. "Bother. A. B. Bajpho
ti' Mpla( < es> the American flag will!I object of endeavoring to arrive at < ; ; j

tl!!> w.tliin. the fixed limits of camp i i an agreement with the leaders of the I di:-a' i. "r' (1! mjfcteri'! )';' l'\ nn .Marti M i

',..t 'it.siiie the United States troops I1!] reroluthmary forces in the northern .' ..;-;...L.I? ,:K:1't. !I A. :*. P'y: came I.. :i.: an:>..1l.'m on i

1\ nl l-e amenable- to tlv ( .:and's cnilj j I part of Haiti and prevent a civil war. ,.v;....J"- \- "'- ,:r I' M.! n ** ;iO sell Mini- r:1:1!. H<. navl ,

I It is, ai. :it S1.", 0. He ,i '
the :
{
I \ !<. They MC positively Instructedu"t I generally believed here that the :|I oJ r rr'E SF i "t"PI" at .l;'lei

1 : t T'i inte-fere in Cuban affairs unless I I delegation will meet with success as I U'l\ ..*." *'". .,, r,.,._..-...;.",*.- i hn'l 1 aid on the npht utla: h in'wnt
.
'I ..,,;. \.. '! !, I
urn I eJ to do s-o from'a"hing.- !: it ii known that the lark of funds' Wi 1:;7RI-c' )jt into the I.i v witso'D"

t tOJn. :' is preventing the northern forces \* /rwA. 'I.'J-- ''", wetttSHGICfi ,:, fri : -s. Net mornu5 the tiio.epa- f'CO. DORA'BANDS area

matching on Pent au Prince. rai-il ard since then t1o! mall ha
10\! I I
rnor General Wood |I
has
1 t.t' I all the judees for life or appointi'l during- ;'' Quiet has been established here. The i i iadministrative ,1"I._ .v. -***}AL"*,.;, bee n:It-ni..!. A r,'ward of ?! i in has of same value as tags from

,1tr good: brhat'lor.Gercrul ; offices have been re ? *h \ : "X : 1 be1-i uttered! for soinr ti.iufs.: oi the i; DRUMMOWHATUMI AL LEAF

Wood has had a long talk opened. ,i.,'IT;-, \. V.K'" .... ,. :>1175 v.>. i mif ing; man. His r '!:al.\e '!'nliex,1"* I!II 'GOOD LUCK 'OLD PEACH&HONE? i

,.:}/ :r':'.:; ;) I that hi ha.b 'i-n mulh dealt! with !
'
with RAZOR
P.e-idect ", j and IRSCEGRttNVILLE'Tobdcco
'lItry. of the Floridatllt. Rock Island : .. ... ; :-3:: :
Officials to Meet. I, I. ;r.i .- -"' --riPi : -- W P. Ilaxl.v: is in Dtirainsham again; '
!board of health about the jelji I Ii /
j Chic-as. May 15-The annual oleo making! effort to find lime dew of his
low tevr experiments' quarantine(' d ] 1
another I {hilt; oi the Ciiubgo. Hock Island an,i ;:b.18 1901 long missing brother.

i.rtvnthe measures for tprutrrtton he i 1 ]Pacific Railway company will be held II I I
oi the bouth Atlantic state i I A. R. Bremer Co. !
m this city on June 4. A proposition i i
Governor i % ,
Jennings and Prt'sldentHf'urdy j| will be cor. id''Jed and voted upon I I ): Chicago. I
HAIRRBALSAM
.
WILLIAM KIDD.Uxir tame to Cuba especially for' "
j |that the SAM :
capital stock ;
of KEE'SNew
the 11i ,
information! company Gentlemen have Clown >ud bnutifiM the hair. :
i of life. That on sanitary conditions I II 'i j ll'rolnotrf Iaiur.ant
|be Irer'-ased a pruvth.
I i to $75.; " It is
not jt I( I If ever Fail to :Restore
and the used = Gray ,
W' tat aId of a mysteri- possible efPrt on Florida of Coke Dandruff
i i1 Hair to tie Youthful Color.
unit known 'nly to" him- the fhanse: of sanitary control I ipectrd that any Important changes ':, l CwH..wap.... d,...... ft halramg.; L I
ilm- d her j i |la the management will be made. ; Cure for the past .nd t"OI&Iro" "'10 !
a a result; o! the Go\'
ernor General Wood has assur ed., ... Laundry...
I 11- pent\ -eardiiiiR for year and found it an
them that there is no danger. North Carolina Society. .
:':" ciou- life-sjivuifj ""')11, to I I II ll
excellent Every Woman I
i.y und eVHdl"l'a.;; that i- I New York. May 15.-The annual din. prepara- i NEW
BUILDING
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wu to the human: body. There I III..uht BATTLEATCARUPANVenezuelan I ner of the North Carolina Society is tion. '+ hlnlertltrJand.honld1new I
\ y ? I ,
at mt the wuiuli-rfnl I
of the doctor'earnest: '' I i to be held at Delmonico'a on nt': 1 t''1' I MARVEL Whirling Spray Il

in making his claim and tarkahk f Town Barricaded and t Inhabitants ,''[,I Tuesday evening. There are 350: members 4co.. t t teurwtaal. !rI.,., /"J.t.tlU" .. .. NORTH PALAFOX STREET, "' i
curethat he i, daily eIng'Peaty t' UH't '''' "< (- a( Ii ;
I/.lfi/ ..
Under Arms. of the society. The chief 1'1-\ m.eri rnt,
: to bear him guests I
: out very / It tlr..... 1.1. .< North of Court < j
'on;l3'. Hi- th'ory winch be aiI> Xew Turk May 15.-The Dut to'at, the dinner will be C"nt'ralIatt l I a.kwrdraraulf.rll. ( House. I i'i iLUe.t ',

inceone; of reu-ou: ; and i-ed !steamer 1" inz Fredei%<'k W. Ransom, who 3'j "
: OUI i Hendryk: ar'l( for 24 years repre- 'i iI N1RtE1ar,7ptnu P.nnte4enpplytLe /' I 11I111'11\| {''MiK-liiiuT'rt and
a'd, experience in a lI\.dil'lIprlc-: I : i ri\ii to'itrom: ports Venezuela snored the state in the United States ii i'I;I ctl.er. but wild laniifntn-, ,ell /rs I I"".
.f ... ,,..
many yearIt co-t- not hand liimr.ttnt I H k-wilrd It 1lulIl''rtl'ular1l / I'ii- l-CIass Work. .
| ; the :Matt! +Is of the West Indies iI i i'Pnate: United States Senators Pritch- tiirtMnw<.''.In- : ,
Ilh
try remarkable: Elixir "IThe j i !I I W. A. D'Aleinberte's.Importers tautdrtuhtdwaMltn! \ H-1 ., v .,,.,.
however uJ.
!etoanur passed Mm rard.' Ttirmford Simmons
111' GIVE
1- calk; it, for he Room Sic Times Bide., New ) ark :
,-.y>lIue who i N a Millerer. in tinl"|Uf t'*' far distant to know an 3'. Got man, of Maryland. !
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tiiutities| : to convince of1'i 'thing of the eruption.

'" cure-o there is i ,; tab;I- At Ciiruiiano. Venezuela the people I There i is more catarrh in tins ;;pc- : I THE

-k to run. Some; of the were in a state of defense, having': ;': 'tion of the country than all others I i GARDEN SECTION ::

tre very remarkable, ,fought a battle with the !dieaeput together; and until the' wm I
HOP
government
he ,
rdi.lble'ltlle 60.
It'" i la fe ij & o-O 3F1-o '.
"t \v year* wasupposed to be
!tones few
a
ie credited. The tauaway 1P days before. The town ,curable. For a Ir..at many ''in-I
i crutches was dariK'aded
: and and :
every man 1': doctors( ; pronounced it a local dis- I I Pensacola.3"lorida.

1 i' .after two or three i, vied a gun. 'upt'rir.t"n.lt'nt! Van D er'sane!' ( and pre>cribeil local remedie-, *. and ralers In- i
The i
remedy. Mck, i(Gout of th,' sii-ainer, contradicted thp'rPfJlIl't and by coii-tautly failing to cure by ,
(
"l to!Lome their doctor-families, have aud i j that the city had been bom-1: local treatment, pronounced it ini Chinese and Japanese I Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus -
i citnible. Science has
: tfi-t 'health. aharried.!: !. He .aid 1 it had fallen\ after.: proven ('atarrh -
runt to he a constitutional di-Page. Fancy Goods
"l 'I.l. ttoinach, rt, t 1.4i-t men had gone out to meet the :and then fore requirecoii.titutioii.ilId Beautiful Lots for Sale. 1 i
l'i .v, blood and -km dih i !
1 enm> an.1nly S."iO; returned, It cot tri-iitmeiit. HallV! Catarrh Curi-.1 FINE CHINA TEAS ,
Id ,
'. inHeadache troublesdiappear*, l ackiv'tuiie ar '; not IK- arnnl if they had been kill rd.) manufactiireil by 1'.J.l'henev." (,'.,.. i 31 South Palafox SL I 40x137% feet at from $15 to $200 each, accord- f '
; Toledo. Ohio i-i the
L"i, \\'iUlIhl! only cum-titu-
or captured had
i or
merely :
feverco ; ti..ualII'e on the market. I It i I..: i Laundry Office. Pensacola, Fla. I ing to location and surroundings. ,
II. <'"u/-! euldtthu: tan run awav At Cumana the (captain taken internally i in do-P-, fn in lo I : :;;ir

,bMiu'ntiutulallatTectioiii! : went ashore but could find no official drop to a tei-piMiiiful. It act- dirt'eth' ;i --- --- - - Exceptionally Good Neighborhood
.
nt.luua-or. any vital 1 rto do !busint-s with anti l font-equentl.v: on the blood! and mucouur Beautiful View, ;

ir-. i-ilv O\'l'c'JlIIe' in a !'paefl', was not ahU to discharge his (cargo!'' face-- of tht'tela. ThE'otf..r e'' PEXSACOLA High, Dry Fertile Lands. !,
trial: i- ..
:
illll'lmarvplou. : .
I.'alpar I | al.Idcomotor; ataxia: for al.-o that IIaP. Thp inhabitants were'i i,i to hundred cure.emI dollar.-!! lor for circularand any ca-P it fail tea j CONSERVRiOPY|ij [ OF f MUSiC The grandest ",' .
iiudt
for
L'ouicroftiU and piles are r arms aii.l bu lnvbs a IJI'ar.I!Itimoiiial-; Addre-, opportunity investment ever I'
1.auJ permanently removed.itie ed l to be 'rded. ,
snsp offered in
i F. CHK.NBY & (. 0.. Pensacola.
'
tiic entire -y-tem, blood I I Toledo Ohio. E. O'L' CHAFFERS Director.

--ue... restores normal nerve oat iif Ills 0'-Month. I i! Sold by druggists, 75c. 1, Home Seekers Should See These Lots
w. i-iri'iililioii and a -tnte of lie-Wise ineu hesitate. Only fool* ; ---- 1
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health !produced at once.doctor are certain. I llrr Irarrt Friend. I
j Piano. Voice Culture, Violin I :
:illytrut- are alike "If were I," she said Pipt
She:; Are you sure? you to her dearest : V-.Clubbs
Organ.Cornet Mandolin Guitar
i-qutlly of Life.atlectwl" Send by this for grxlr theniedy "'ll He-I'm quite certain of Itl! friend "would you be married I IIIet in I Cello, etc. 1 i

Then she the springer the tall V"
laughed.-Xew. York -
tu.d\'. It i ifree
to every "If I I Alto Director Pensacola Concert Corner Garden and Alcaniz
tferer St:ite what you want: to bed old.r were you, was the unhesitatingi Streets.

,. of and: the sure remedy fo it i reply "and had actually secured a man Band and Elite Urche=tea. II I

lieeu you free bv return ilia; H. Like a Urownng! Man. I would set the wedding for the earliest I K. C. J5KENT,
date pOisible.-Cbicago PosttId' Brass and String Music Furnished WM. H KNOWLKH, W. K. Hn<:R. JR., J. H, KEKME,
-- "Five a cli ea-e the President. I
years ago: uoctorf : Vice President.
: Pioneer Alaskan called + took Midi h 1 All Occasions.
Dead. : dy pep-ia: '

; \Va..h. May It!.-Richard R.R of mo that I c-f.uld scarcely k* i Dangerous if Neglected. | Address I

A'' '>\ one of tier Lost known writer (iE'0.Iar"h., well-known\ burn*, cut* aud other wounds: : Escambia Hotel. First National "B; k

m'ner of Alaska. i> Brad in attorney of X ocona. Tex. "I took, ften fail to heal properly if neglectdi Studio: Parlors of Fit Biptist: l

I quantities of pepsin and other tnedi- and become trouble-ome sore Church.REMOVAL .
Wlllouehby
crossed the
(cine-- but nothing helped me. A. a I DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve pre-
..' ( ''!Iornia in is4s In the drowning man grabat: a ,traw I vents such coneqnences. Even OF

d,ioi be went to Alaska lo i grabbed at Kodol.: I felt an improvemeiit where delay has aggravated the in- NOTICE. PSySACOLA.FLA.

ur PoitVracgel.. j at once :and after a few j jury De Witt's Witch Hazel Sl: \'e i
::
bottle am -ound: :Iud well." 1\:nduletfect* a core "I had a rauning xnRHOTORIiJI '

*ILL CURE CONSTIPATION. 'is the only preparation which exactly sore on my l.thirty year," says; \Dr. G. H. Tuttle, WM. H. KNOWU28, W. A. BLOUNT, F. BREW V. K. HYER. JB 1 ,

rej roduce* the P' tnrnl die! =- I Itive H. C. Hartly, Yankeetown.. Ind. D. 0. BRENT
\ h. Finch. Ark., writes. !
Tn. juiceand cop- ijiiiitly: i* the After iHiiiK many: ruaedie*:. I tried : Dr. J. G. Heard .I
M '!.I"\'' and Tar is the bet ,oiilj one which d:L'..-tmy h nod De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. A few ,,

,)r coughs: colds and |food aud core any *'-" JI' ..-Mtnarh boxes heated the -ore" Cures all'i hi d t Hcdicdraw t q

'"ptill\!I know in tint the it fiat Ins: ,trouble. Har; ;.i'i' +itac> John> skin dipnes.. Piles 'ieIJ. to itpuce at DENTISTS. n X AU I u At t ad !t r Ii IiI

. '. 1. D'Al-mberte. 121: (to'ht'ppard.idJ..y Km I's-i.:: IJewire; of counterfeit*. If aI rBnoua., 7 anil !l. Ma' onic Temple,
. gU' Pharmacy Jf'hn'heppardloid! | -
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,' All branches ourlicll.: Opernti\e and .
i ney: Kahn. Mec-lianlcal })!'ntlstry IrWe oar own Bills of
IF YOU ARE : performed with tech I Exchange on Great Britain Ireland :
t --- lliCHl ok 111.I'ipt'Clal
Germany, France, Austria, Italy, Holland, Spain, Belgium, Russia

OPERA HOUSE LOOKING FOR BARGAINS' I The fine*r line of umbrella! i in the' 1'.l't h..i.old attentma and Porcelain tti\t-n Killing to l' l"lri'n's Crown I I way, Sweden, Denmark and other European conntrJeg. Not ;'

city i is at J. I. StephenOo; lookat and Bridge Work. .

them. Veaela DIsbursed upon the Most Favorable '
Rest Material; Competent : Terms and
Equipment I theft
\, ..aday- May 28. I Obligations Taken Payable at Port of Destination Ten or Fifteen
Fur s I will ell after Vessel Arrives Days
fie next ten (lIp: :, Telephone X'>. II.H. there.

Y"'I! i-y :article now in tock at a Paints, oils, glass and I ITQ r

Ben DunhamTHE i I. -,' unit .Ifj: : Per cent from the ieu.iir builders' hardware at theVlll with rSafety which Deposit Boxes for Rent in Connection I

,. innThiuk of it- we hare a Priva Apartment for the
you UI5 I
of Renters.I
Best .
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WOR1O-FAMED ACROBAT. -iv, vj"> "II a diamond riiis: or ,in. U7W/9 Hardware Co.'s. I ,

where if-ztilirprice: would cot -.- =r I

*liH. Sttyn'i; -ave 2:;; cent on WE WILL I
FURNISH
I \ '' I'lKfL IHUBLK YOUR HOME FREE !
every dollar'worth you liuy. Now kIDNEY DISEASES' Uj I IwnV
I8'\ey
i i- the time to buy your diamond \ tojl.,for our II"IKIum ,
Sextette .ryyc ..
'icethi > 1II..iar..t
watch or any other article invery J fatal of fl I nuunii we wire for ....,lrtr frum OBr yatr.nd
t'" -01.0FRO) [ cheap. Call and examillpJ: art mot cUII And tne Bet Liquor oureMpweglvetvePh.lftK he tonrll.4 that yoa
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I of all kinds served b J-u..buopr of a t" t "r Snap /redrahnisncethor-(
< ods. RpmemfnT this otter i* for t etsts. ; i or have of I'er'nine tine" ugl/ n>i.t III &OIIM.

Forodorar! only ten day.. Xo trouble to ,bow Attendants.Polite and Courtecm C M rboireotameottr.hir4** prNinan .inlh.'"akrt.
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I {nod:. J. -STEPHENS.: : vmmi 1.1..u I'lairi....1 .l.-rt.-utl:4r alwav. :"". r..lllo..r.. p.oa..t'g i,1; I'AU. lake

112 South; Palafox street.1SIV3T : FOLEY1 I llirulu I RU3 J FULL MEASURE KID 1717 y (1. : --G. tLo.8J"I1\1thl'liml".11 111" a ao.PlPre 10..hor"u'f""p,', r"rt-nd a -
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j jI FIlE QuAUrr . 10r..1lmta !.pamf1'f:; dri >I'tI..1 .'4Rar.mtt'r.

PR r E 01 TOBACCO SPIT r am "'Pry mad p.-.J: s II v,..D.I g.ItrecrI.i'1"1', ''''' It.eat!.$.,.arel.M.rl"" I ,'. .Pa". ,.uoo lgA :, ,I r'. '. .' t _
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CHAFFERS' : I' .
BAND. rtfuadtd. Conttini .p im.It. ok' .'I R. '" 'b I" p. ..
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or montf DA.NNHEISBER .
UUIN I anI! 5\\ 0 K E BROS r. I. .t: JU.I Ia' I UrIa" '4 M,.. .. j" IP .'1
TT \ourLifea\va '! resnedUa rzcognl d by emt ... :> -.a. t la.J,1.-1n...' '''''''' .. 11', .... '
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can cur any t"bacusirg : t v 4 ., r '
.j'! "f the! P. A. C. t, a'.IT. I* maJc well, .tr<>n!:. massed, fulltitw'life "t sent physicians u the fat lot I I I. f Harper Whistey.I 10.m.t few. .01..s.".t1.....11a.tIt. ,t.1I, :.I 'w ..\rtd..tt t n ..r !rr. frWe"a;\ru..t' .w ynR ;;;,I.dijlo '"-,'" :,r.;, .' I.'. f t:t iwe i r J
and tint ly taking ) a re t; 1
NO-fO-SAC. p-I ; 1'e de..rar tine e '
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t'.at) matf-s wcik men Kidney and BUddcr lu ain Hou :do AtsEa: Wn11L 4 o l<- -t r or I' .'
1\ R'-" at -l-I > :'Iiirp. strong. Many gadl e-401 8. Palafox street.R. 01-01 fnnpaj ng us. JI.BH d.{",. I

len pounds. Allilnicsn-t in ten
'ickets! : 50 and 75c. let and adv-.ie J-KEE.: Address ST1.RkY1Dti : : W. A. D'ALEMBEFTE. P. 0. Box 2sl. Pensacola, Fla.i LOUIS, &to !
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORJOA: SAUTRDAY, MAY 17,1902

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I II I I 10:30 a. m.; English service,7:30p.m. McDnffle's Turpentine &

Church offering in all services.J. Mutton Suet Lung Plasteris Y I.
obi r; EITEViNil 1 Good F. W. Reinhardt, pastor. a certain cure for whooping cough, t V

enoughfor Christian Science. you easy sleep.and comfortable, works while $1.75 $2,00


;f' PERSONALS Services at W2! West Gregory streetat Sold by John 25 Sheppard CENTS. 5 S. Pal t t IXFOR;;;.
anybodyFLORODORABANDS Oxfords
nAND nF 11 a. m. All interested are invitedto afox street. Oxfords

es2s2 attend. Subscribe to the NEWS lOc per I
as2c2 asa52Ca4saa 2LL HAVANA FILLER week. I
E. H. Miller of Freeport is amot(? I rn \er"ali"t.

.. Ij the guests at the Merchants. Sunday school at 10 a. m.; Y. P. Water coolers that do not !
, C. U. at 7 p. m., subject, "Sym :
D. C. Ketchum will:Iene tomorrow I waste ice, at the Willis
What Has it Done for the
pathy:
for Chipley on a day's visit Hardware Co.'s.
World?" Luke 14, 18. Scripture
r F. 15. Mellon* of Marietta, Oi., ia lesson, Jlatt. 25:34, 10. Prayer meeting .MONDAY

among the jjuest.:at the Merchants. every Thursday evening. All .. ..

Hon. Fred T. Myers arrived in the arecordially invited to attend these

f city last night and is a g'ut at the services. r

Merchant*. ONLY !

Christian.
3. Florence H.: LeBiroa returned -
last evening; m a pleasant: : Church of Christ, Corner Alcaniz

visit to IJirmingbamJind Mobile. and Jackson-Bible school at 9:45 ; ." $1.35
a. m.: preaching at 11 a. m. and j:t5 ,
Mr. Alex. L. Kahn of New York tcI
+ p. m- by W. T. Tracy; prayer meet- i E- i
i it here a visit to his mother. I
city on : O t ij
ing Wednesday; at 7:45 p. m. All -I { t (
Mr-. S.: Kahn of East Oratory street. are welcome. ri ,i PAIR.

Dr. H. JSunnemeyer anJ family are I

now plea.intly: : domiciled at thec.tIIlr '" Mission.Miion .

of Cervantes :and UircelonaACTIONS -7U> south Palafox street 'y i MEYER SHOE 00.I

r trHt- Jainc- Printer: evangelist. Preachiu .

1 ; at 11 a. w. and ;3 and *> p. m. All I
wMcotnl( : Furnisher for Cash Ot ly,
CAUSED -- Did You Ever Do This ;,I
i ion
Sahati'jn .\111I). 102 South Palafox Street.
THEIR ARREST a cold morning before mamma
The S.llvationrroy will conducts
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got up to get breakfast If >o. you
T\ ice* Sunday: follows : 11 a.m. .. .. .... ,
r Holiness meeting; 3 p. m., Children's know the benefit of u-iug GAS for .. .4. ..

L Jiin Woods and Will L"ntz. colored meeting, and at b p. m a grand timeis cooking. Mamma can touch a $2.00 ,.-:

were in the mayor's court this expected. Meeting every night in match and she ha* fire enough to r r'x r' $1.75

uioruin? charged with being daiie'ertiu the week at p. m. Tuesday night bake, broil or stew, and papa can c ,

-> and ;suspicious ch'H"cter.,. After are cake the anl'festival.' will give All cordially an ice cream invitedto and I take an extra nap while breakfast i is a Oxfords J JHONDAY JK r Oxfords I !

an investigation of the chargesthe of same value as tags from attend. under way. Of all modern conveniences -

mayor withheld his i decision _. --- ,
:STAR'lJRU/1NONO':rueal 1a,. especially during the Y Y
ul.tilIol1d; lY morning.. Maud Like Stony "-all.Bet't.'fon f
a
GOOD UCK' 'OLD PEACH&HONtf summer months, there i* nothing fI
The are both i> -
negroes strangers -- -- -- --- -
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children and the
here, and their actions showed more .'RAZOfandTobacco GRlENVILl( torture of itching your and burning eczema that thejliou-ewife: appreciates like a fI I f

fright thin: ijuilt. s-caldhead or other skin diseases. GAS RANGE orSTOVK. fi i '

Ike Denmun, who works", at Yale- -Ho\v? why, by using Bucklen's iI VMWRVNr'rWii'r
Arnica Salve, earth's greatest healer. -
saloon, aid: that Lentz came into t1 t/
Pen
Quickest cure for Ulcers' Fever cd! Gas CO.
the place Thurs-diy night jut ail ....!....*......1.1ta1.101. Sore*. Salt: Rheum, Cut*. Burn* or '
Mr. Yates had commenced to put his Brui-es. Infallible for Piles. 2;c. 1
money in the afe. \\,I.eu asked 5 SERVICES AT THE CHURCHES : at W. A. D'Alemberte's drug store, No. 3 S. Palafox St., Pensacola. fit.
121! South Palafox street.
what he wanted: lm could not tell ----- -- -
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but after a time nude :a mall pur- Everybody ha a right to a little i
cha,*,. Mr. Yates thought the two ('alliolic piece of this earth. But they must Paxson I I 11I-:10:
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very HHpicioiis and notified Otlicers !; Ht. Michinr.-Ord.r of divit'per: *filth: : for it. They must watch their Hall'sTransfer. { o-AT- ..

Iluy and! Sanders, wh-i arrestedthan. : vice this month : First m--. 7a.tr.. : chance to get it, and get it. ..

One of the negrohad: a i I[ Children's ma-: and catrchi-ut. S< a. Thos. C. Watson & Co. I'

large revolver in his trunk at his m.; I li-t ma-s and -ermmi. 10::," a. have some particularly fine bargainsto : '
: The May d..tlvllwilllJe offer just now, and they invite L. FRIEDMAN & GO'S
room, but he denied ever having'1carn 1'eld you to come and investigate same. ?
d it about his p. rsnn. every evening except rviturday: at You will never regret having done i .
Ii' ; nu :Saturd afternoon 3 o. SPECIAL ATTENTION i iHVEY i -
Tony Levant!, who keeps a saloon ir sma--: t RACKET STORE.
near Mu-cogee whirf, recognized M. Jo-eph's, Jtev. Robert Fuller- If you wish the very best ( TO i ij 1 =
Our! of the negroes as a nun who toll, Pa toi-1'ir-t 1UaG:' 'I a. m.; I j
frequented hip place. He saw him ighma;: ,+,9a'! ; a. i".: brt.edictioL. ice cremfl'ee,el' at thevery Baggage and Hauling. : q2Price

have u pistol a couple of time. 7'ip.:: m. lowest price, the Willis !; 1 Remnant Salek !--12 '

Levanti further testified that on the Hardware Co. can please Machinery.: Safe, Pianos and i

night 1'etf-r Murphy wa- a->*'iulted EI.i"cul'al. you. Furniture Moved Promptly at ;,I 1&(

he had seen l.entz, who had left hi-; < Christ Church-:> :rvici-a by th -- -- ---- -- --- '-- Short Notice; also Conduct.... ; 0>CONSISTING
place of business five minutesprevious 'rector, Rev. I'. H. WI1:1Ifat: 7:.!J ( 'Hl:\\' IV O JICBf"i l'IH"'r.Cl..A I I White Lawns, Dimities, OFIrh'i i
and II a. m. and 5 m. '--- -" -
p.
: to the assault! He wa-
St. K lthtrine'Clurc-!.. tXKlTHKK the captain own- Lawns Crashes Gtnghams in fact Rem-
sure l.entz was the guilty party. i j ; center( |-rs nor consignees of the Livery, Feed and ,
Peter :Murphy and Stefan Jano- ''Cervantes and :Sixth :avenue. Ilev. re-pon ltu'-ian si Me bark for debts Lima contracted will be I nants of All Kinds from I to 10 Yards
va<, both of whom had been robbed, J. II. IJickntll Prit'-t 1:1 C'1 irsre- by the crew of said Vessel Sale Stables.
could not wear positively that1'; :Services: at 7 and 11 a. in. ;id 7:.)11 1'eusacola Lumber i o..A. KHK.RFN Laptain., j Positively at One-Half Price. f-
m. During the abehct d Consigners, ,. ;
either of the men were their robber |p. ti.ej limn Corner Zarragossa and Jefferson Streets --#> --- ------- ----- --=
Rev. Mr. Hickuell -
there will be '
--- --- j I er- :NKJTHKK the i li.Doin COlt ins in Whilr, I'jnk -
captain owner Opposite Plaa. .< 251. (
vice every Sunday at 11 clock, the i nor consignees of the lirltbli Telephone I ? I i
PIGNIG AT ''i Rev. II A. Brown, C. r'. \.. oilictating. : < 1 bk sonsihl.for J. H. Marsters debts will contracted III re- I and IMiie; aNn shirt: (girdle I.t'II<;th" _vC eaC ) -

No other services till July 6.I"t. by the crew of said
vessel.OTTO
FRANK HARRY HALL'IARK.Manager : See Show Window.
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Mary's Colored
Epi-copal Mission To Ordtr.! Captain j
THE BLUFF ; will hold -ervice,?, over the Pen- limit Transfer lJ< partmeDt. .-

sacola Drug Store, corner Palafox YOURS:; ANXIOUS TO PLEASE, ( '
-- and Gregory street:. :.ItI p. u:.; >uu- I .

day-choolat :' p.m. During the absence ....SPECIAL SALE.... ; L. FRIEDMAN ;
At 10 a. m. today a sp cial tram of Rev. J. R. Hicknell, the Rev. & CO.
.carrying I Urge crowd of happy adherents *
H. A. Brown, I :S. chaplain at Fort O-OF-o
of the (>adsti,.n street Meth- I
Harraucas, will
oiliciate.! Dr. N. A.

odi-t rliurcli left thin Taiga depot Balfour, supenutendent of Sunday ,...c ,It ,ot ." ....c .ot ,...c ....c ,* .* ,...c .'" ,.c. mmm'"mNfAAA
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for Magnolia} : lilull. where the day is school. :: -:. =::: -:::.::: --- - -
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being.-njoyt'd under the au-pices e.f ---
tins churi'h' membership and the Pre.t,)ttrian.I .

aid pocietie-. 1 FlCct Pre-byterian Cl.nrch -Ser niLLINERY I & &AA
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The threatening weather ju-t vices by Rev. Linn R. Walker, fas- 111 AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA1

previous to the train's departure tor. Morning and evening. The public - -- v. ____ ___ ------------.__ __ _ i )
had: the etlect of keeping a I is invited.I ....c--- ...c -- ,IC-- --.c. ----.c--. -.:;c .-t -.c ...c ....c -.,c -.c.. .IC--' ...ci
;i good many intending; participants a
home, but a number will out I I ;Mflhodlsl. )
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liter in the day on a special tram'' 3[. E. Church South, Palafox i I SATURDAY.... >
run for their benefit :Street: Rev. J. M. Dannelly P. C.- 4 )
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The Methodist church generally Services at 11 a. m. and b r. m.; W .* AND ,< I 4 >
were well represented in the crowd :,Sunday school at 9:30; a. 11:., J. i i >;
which left at 10 o'clock. : N. Andrews superintendent: Ep- 4
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i worth League at 7:
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MUST K\T Hl'O"H.I
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I !' Mackey. president. All are cordially _

\\ I'eojilo limp a Nironj; \pj>elite ( invited to attend. : : II lit' MAY 17 AND 19, I
That W.,. :I Gadsden Street Church, Rev. W. It j +
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. When food i3 properly digested I': and absorbed into the Aystent, di- a. m. and 8 p. m. ; Sunday school at : I, : ?' "A:-7. ... I ': I I
abetep, dyspepsia: and !nucti diseases: 9:30a.m., A. H. D. lemberte.
do not occur, and it, after the diseases I superintendent f r / i r i 1 t )
attacked ; Epworth League at 7 '
have the stomach and FALK'Slop 4
kidneys, the right kind of food I is| |;-p.m. >
. used, it will generally cure unless! Warrington M. E. Church Sloth i( 4 >

the disease. has made too much pro- !|,Preaching at 4 p. m. by Rev. Geo. I >

i.{ "A rf-'l'merchant In Young, 0., E. D. I' W. Carpenter, P. C. 1 South Palafox St. >
Jjeedom, says. "Last August when I[ Sunday school at 90: a. 1::. Fred I
was in miserable health I was visiting I i, Blum, Superintendent.
\t my dau !'hter'3 up 10 Indiana Mascogee wharf M. E. Church <, CHOICE OF ANY TRIMMED HAT IN THE HOUSE:FOR lilliam loljnsou & Son. \
I She prepared Urape- ut1J Breakfast o Houth
i -Preaching at S m., by Rev.
Food far me, the first I ever tasted p.
I bad diabetes and dyspepsia with;i Chas. Dickenson. $2.00 >
eour ftomach from almost every Sunday school at 4 p. n., J. N. $ $3.50 # $5-00 .
thing I ate. Of course the doctor ,, Andrews, Superintendent. >
t, kept me from eating sugar, but I had ---- i, >
an almost ungovernable for i I
appetite I
it. After I bad been using Grape- I'I Baptist. i<: $10.00 to $18.00 Hats for $5.00 4 :
I Note every day for a short time my First Baptist Church-Services at
appetite for sugar was satisfied. I[ ,, 11 m. and 8 p. m. Preaching in i $ 7.00 to $ 8.00 Hats for $3.60
i II pot tbe Grape Sugar from the dlthe I i., j' i
morning by the Rev F.
{ pastor
aud it agreed with me perfectly.My .
dyspepsia left and I began to Jones; night, by Rev. J. A. Abbott. !! $ 4.00 to $ 5.00 Hats for $2.00

t-leep well at night. I have kept up Sunday school at 9:30 a. m., E. D'I >
tbe use of Grape-NuU and feel like I I Beggs, superintend Young Peo- SEE OUR SHOW WINDOWS FOR THE FOLLOWING >
a new man all over. I liked it so I I II i
p e 8 service at 7
much and it agreed with me eo well '!I p. m. A cordial In- i!
1 that I said nothing to the doctor for j j vitation to all to attend. : 100 Ready-to-Wear $2 to $2.50 Hats, now 75c >
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fear be might make me stop it as b I 11 i
) had most everything I tried to eat, Lutheran. |I[ 100 Untrimmed Shapes SI $1.50 and $2 now 49ci >
but one day I told him it was the r : >
food I was using that improved me., Norwegian Lutheran Church on !
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Palafox Wharf I 20 Dozen Flowers worth 75c $1 I and $2
si much. He asked what was and -Services every Sun- per
when I told him 'Grape-Nuts' h 6acid >, day at 10:30 a.m. AU Scandinavian: '! Bunch, now
there was no better food made.people,,': in Pensacola 20ci
You are at liberty to make use of are welcome.i I Pr
.' Lay part of this letter you desire for.. 0. Folden, pastor. r>
" I am morn than grateful for the good i German Lutheran Church-San. :
I I THIS IS A CASH
t the toed has done me." day: school, s a. m. : German service SALE ONLY! < >

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