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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
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Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: May 20, 1902
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VOL. 36. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA TUESDAY ,AFTERNOON, MAY 20.1902 NO 100 1!"

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FIRST BLOOD SHEDIN DEMOCRATIC LEAGUEOF THE FLAG OF FREEDOMFLOAT8JVER ,;


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THE COAL WAR ESOAMBIA COUNTY : CUBA I


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Furious 1\1obiAttacks and Stabs a..I Organization Effected and The Whole Island in a Quiver of .



11anTho Worked. Candidates Endorsed.THE Patriotic Rejoicing. J

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t \\' arrived. The little baud of workmen If I :-pecial to the 'ea-e.
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TAMMANY ELECTS
: >r representatives in the legisla- Havana, May :!').-At neon today
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2tJ.-The OFFICERS.I
\\ .* !) ir- P. May withdrew iu.the! face of threats made I
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II'.: "j i !' i- beenpilled in the I by the strikers. The strikers held Chairman. 1!. ]AVellr. ture. the United States rUg was slowly I A NEW LEADERSpecial
A recess wa! then taken and those
lowered from the of Mere Castle
>. anthracite district be- communication with the 'tir.Tliux.. ,J ilia top
gt;: I r: \ < operatorsbut k Ti- 11"11.Tn'a'III't'J' who had not signed the membership I
and in it* the lone \
| place waves star
:WH. .. t..M-inking miuers and the nothing favorable: resulted. -.J. )I. 3Inldon. roll were invited to do so.' About 75 to The yews .
banner of the Republic cf Cuba. '. ;
, -' ..rJ -- The operators talk of renewing the marched up and signed. : New York,May:!\').-Justice James ,

-.. /. I'ubrokis, a miner at .I attempt to resume work at the wash- CANDIDATES ENDORSED. Upon again calling the meeting to When the crowds saw the emblem of i A. O.Gorman, of the superior court J; I,
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.-:...rmil: ;*, i dying today as a re- I cry and the strikers declare they will\ 1'11l'. :S. :O-t'liatur-Stt'Jlht'lI H. order, on motion of James McHugh, their freedom at last: floating over]I I and a loyal Tammany man, was J! : I I

I it wa ordered that the committee of i Moro Castle they went fairly mad elected grand sachem of the Tammany .'
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-..l;*. ..' 'Ki.ifiwounds: inflicted by a : prevent it at any cost.OMINOUS I I

.' (' 15.Lam.ir. seven appointed to select the execu- with joy. The whole city rung with Hall society today. The .1 i I
dl wj.t! :'a ;"i.ited strikers and their 1 11\ 41ngrt' ''niuii Win. : .. :
tive committee be charged with the Croker leaders who brought about
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the wild and the
EXPLOSIONS cheering booming
-. a.l; .tU, U'rwho: set upon him a* .I I I further duty of considering the ad- the change in the leadership of the

!Lt- {I..ft t.,- Murmerville wa-!heryiftfr lii'pn'M'iitatin's-'Initl.: I vi-ability of endorsing; other candidates I of cannon. Tt.e cau-e for which society are urging a compromise '
HEARD IN ANTILLES 1'I :
. .'nUi. : work in defiance ofr I l.nlliii i and llciirC.'. ('IIIJlt 1111.I I they to report their views at Gomez and Garcia fouht so many with the faction led by John Carroll. I

f the uf-xtineetl.; of the league. II and for which Marti and I II
i :d.r ttrike.. This initial L I f years Jn-tice Gorman i is in every respect a :
I Pur-uant to published call, between 'I
i hpvcial toTltf NMLoudoi. It was ordered that the league I Macao died, had at lat been won. I compromise candidate Mr. Croker
: ,i :i.. .: .itfur ha- alarmed the oper- I 3iX) and -Sno enthu,iastiu dem- I
., May: :>"'.-A report from meet again, in Clutter' hall Thursday -i Tyranny is bumbled and atrivtism suddenly withdrew his srupportfioniexMayor
,- : <:-urifl-s i and deputies are ocrats, repre=oiitiuq; all branches of
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night, May !":'J, ind each Thursday I
S;. Thoma*, m tt.e DanishVest exhalted. Van Wyck apparently ;
.... I t.i cirer all the mining business, labor and capital asembled .
thereafter also that
: night : ameeting
Indies says that at 6 o'clock this I no other reason than to punish Mr. l'
. at Clutter's Music Hall lat The change of the Hags is typical
all I i
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be held
the
:- OrJf-rs to disperse! morning heavy detonations were Monday night i I Carroll who nominated the ex-r'
night to organize; a club for the cam- i i of the change in the governmentmade .
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Jnf idler iu -.4onu;; and ouift heard from the j-ouuieast. in which I before the primaries. j Imayor. Last night's: choice, though ,I Ii

.. tl.tIsland ,! paign. | Ou motion of .-I-i.ror Jones, it was by the delegation of Cuban but little ei
: -, i,.i- 1 Ix-eu iuu-d. direction < Martinique j I o si-ruificince; in itself, is ;

litf. Ti.i"uuds were louder than The nieetlu; was called to order ordered that the chair, at his pleasure I veterans led by the valiant Gomez. considered extremely important m I ";
No tatter IIf ptaci.ivf! > bet !i re-
those !L...!,'. "ii May 7.; by J. JI. Maldoa: who announcedthat with the advice and aid of the All over the city and throughout; the ; the light of the recent war in Tammany -
'I '' frou t,1- upEGtt :'- < ilS. r dir the first order of business was I t Ii
I and Ii'li'li
secretary treasurer,
i, appoint a i! }fall.Thisincidentshowedconcluively.
indirectly. '1'.::e -ltll ..li'Dliin'lu FLORENCE BURHS"AGAIfJ to select a temporary chairman. finance committee of five member I' island similar changes ('.k place '
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: -. I Judge< J. } mmt't Wolfe, in eloquent 'i j W. H. Wright moved that a com- Everywhere American officials: were 1 the politicians declare, that Croker :r i i iI
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word, said that what wasneeded mittee of three be replaced by Cuban representative. I
GOES FREE I appointed to i
still
I can master in hi; support a
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in thi
a
campaign was an
| notify the candidates of their en- The remaining American troops great majority of the Tammany
j'l. May 20.-A demon- ------ I.able general a man with plenty of :
:-pi'I'lallll I !.i. >>0II wj I doreiaeut by the league. The sao i, have boarded the Ihocklyn and will t chieftain* and in thus crushing CarI I
allf'against the Gra"E- nerve and a backbone as bi0' as that
New York. May z --Tht curoii r'.- i jtion was adopted and the chairI !ail to the United states at once. ': roll and his foreign rule the unbroken ,I i
j of the whale I
y ex-aier-ited Tiorence llarus of The i is power Tammany H :sustained.
decorated.
jury : city lavishly
j :Santa Ilosa's shoreo. .Such: a man, I Jones and J. E. Wolfe as such com I
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Company at Oljriuuij : complicity in the murder of Walter I i i Over hundred arches 1 I
; ad he, "we have in the Hoa. T. E. mittee.On a are erected
by 1500 mineurroundedtrupHtiii Crooks, this afternoon.juatity TO-DAY'S MARKET REPORT ;
I Welles, and I his i i
__ place name in motion of Judge J. EmmH'olfe i in various part The city i* filled -
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V i I ( ,- what! ntakre. once. II Burnett'sVanilla nomination for temporary chair I \\ all democrats of Escambia i i with thousands: of happy citizens oi f' UV l'IXS.COL.l'OCI KXCHANCn; .
letter than other
Extract tta no I
\, int- Foreman Lmvi man. Itafct: Gnirrntiipitt h.
txtr ctt> its FrI :r outd be the same. One I county are invited to become members II I the new-born republic. sreet.STOCK

: :'.'-n who had b"eni I trtrll,nix age uli. The nomination was heartily sec of the league.In -- ,.'I'
May the new government jat :*. .I 1
'.. ''; "It' the mine and. I Cleanup ladle* skirts; and waist: ? onded by Mayor C. Moreno Jones, I response to repeated calls, !
!' i. one of oar 'p eeialtie3: hear Lana John B. Jones, E-q., and others. I launched upon the troubled sego F; Open. Hfrh. Low. Cloe. .r:
\\-'t-wi: ''r.; ;: _' when the crowd. drv.. I Chairman Welles briefly addre'-(d I Sugar. ...J27112: ; ., 12'1I Il'1'I: t i

. Nominations: were declared:: close I the league. He thanked the members i I Rational life llro-per and :grow Atch.... 7 '.t 711 1.! 7-i' 7sJ. :, .
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and T. E. Welles r.S: .... 39', {(UCH 391; 4)1; ]
Capt. was elected for the honor conferred troth ...... "
and for i Til 151', 152'4; 15K, 12;; I, .

temporary chairman I by a unanimous the trust reposed in him and said ; Long live!: Cub.!!! Republic! L.&N..137' 141 137., UOt i
Great Clearance Sale followed )1. O. p. vote enthusiastic i '
by sp- that "if deeds can do it, you hall i> -- :Man .131'jM.Panl.lfifi' 131', 1:11 ? 1311491.: *8- \

pl'to-e. have t ) ,, "&18 ]fiIPi' IIJl:
no cause to regret your choice
I i, SOUTH AFRICAN i Penn ...14x lftt' .'
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I I. On motion of Jones 4
k---- Mayor ,
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I of chairman. He advised all the | :>. P..... <;:v.u. B45. 63L: lit Ii
by J. M. )Inldon and F. E. P.. : I
I .1OP,1 104 IbiP
members
to be calm, con-ervativ 4 :: lllti.i
Hrawner the oflice of temporary ,;( WAR NEVIS' T. C. I.. It?!?\ f:3tt; f;!':! 63::
8uSHOES..eI and good natured throughout the I I C. }<'. I., iff t1:'\ two, 93 ;1'
retary was filled by the unanimous .' I
campaign and not to think or say i -

election of Tho Johnson, and as he hard thing of any of their neighbors j Special toTbeNt-w-i. : : YOI1K COT\.

advanced to take his seat he wa London, May 20.-Lrrd Alfred ,
Open. Hi'lt.
..- \T who might dififer from their views. Low. Clo-e. .
of May: .. .Smi! IIi !M"l.. 4
greeted by a storm cheers.
Milntr. JlritL-h high, commi-rior.er
He \ ; j
was
heartily applauded July ... ..hvNiW> --7: S7.1; )7i
THE BIG STORE The 'secretary then read the call Mayor Jones was called: for and I I in :south Africa, it i= said, ha* referred "|i Augu=t.. :,6 iiti &4bhe <;j9 ;

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for the meeting, after which, on motion doubtful FNpt i7 HO7W5 ,t :
some points concerning -
spoke briefly of the candidate the Oct .....79;: jNJ: i9i;

'-M.L; BEGIN THURSDAY, MA1 1 15, 1 1902 AM I of J. T. Whiting, seconded by league; had endorsed. I honestly tl.e peace negotiations! to "'i

R. 1'. Reese, the temporary organization the home The be-
believe, aid he, "that the actions government. CIIIC.\GO-WlIIUT. i Ii

CONTINUE FOR TEN DAYS. was made permanent.On I of this league tonight will meet with j lief is general that a favorable outcome ,i ()ppn. Hizh. Low. Clo' e. I I ?

motion of Geo. Morgan, sec the will July.I .. it2 75 74'4 74ftept / t
; the approval of a majority of the !; to present negotiations .... 73', 74 ; I
7iy 737" ;
onded by J. T. Whiting; and W. B. be announced in few
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mocratic a dayi;
voters of this \ i
and
i. t tN E-1UPair H.1blirper: county i COItN. j G

worth regular 73: to We pair, at...... 49Gfte filled Wright: by, the the office unanimous of treasurer election was of third district, and a large majority." II' LEAGUE MEETING TO-NICHT. I Open.' High. Low. Close. ; !

:Scott M. ... '
Loftin July 611
responded to repeated i < f,2', 61 IH' 62" i
'I.J! v J. M. Muldon, and again a storm cf I Sept... 59.itd 60},,' ij9.
<I. T'OPair Baby Button and Lace shoes in Black, calls and eulogized that great The regular monthly meeting j 'g Puti :
60 i i
C applause shook the building.
l. worth and ... .. .. statesman and honest man, StephenR. the Men's Business
: i.iJ: Tan, sizes 2 to B, regular We 51.00, at. I Young League NAVAL STOltt MAltKKT. 1
John B. Jones said I
it was time now
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Mallory pledging his earnest will be held tonight at the Chamberof -
: 'I No. TH REE-65 Pair Children's Red and Tan :Strap Slippers, rO.Z' : to have a christening,: ; the child was Reported Dally for The Newa by
C and hearty support to Mr. Mallory.He Commerce. Several important I Union Naval Store

-. "- : ? worth regular and {1.25 per pair, at. .... .. ... born and big enough to kick. It closed by sincerely thanking the matters await the action of the XOBIff. Co I

>II! should therefore be given a name, league for its endorsement of himself and ww__....... ...slI\IJ ; .
No. full
F. '1'RPair Children's Red Strap Slippers, sizes; S>ji" ; League, a attendance of Jr.l M !
OS and, on his motion, by a unanimousvote wo_...... ... ... a .'J 6... ......._..._ 1 ss : .
C and assured them that shouldhe members is desired. S_.._ _. 815 r...__......... I
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!I. 1' No. h'ICE-2)Pair Children'i Pat Vamp Strap Slippers, sizes Escambia county" was selected as represent the county that when he ACCUSED OF BIGAMY. 1--._ 11/5 C A belowl. ,. 120 I II i .
returned from Tallahassee 8PlatTi Tl1B.KlfTI.B-45. {i
they
I as the name of the organization.
Itult.worthregularSlto: $1.25 per pair...... ..... ..... .... ... could heartily say, "Well done thou Birmingham Ala.. May Id.-Jame3Reitz. ,. 1 f
On motion of R. P. Reese it was Kindly Take Notice that
alias James Ely's
good and faithful servant." Rezlto. a young grocery )
:.", {' Xo. eX-24Pair Children's Black and Tan Oxfords and Liquid Cream Balm la of :: |t'
6 ordered that the chair appoint a Brief but enthusiastic addresses merchant of Adamaville. a small great benefit .j!;

Strap Clippers, sizes 5 to 1, worth regular $I, at... .... .... ...... ac committee of seven, whose duty it were made by Oeo. Morgan, J. E. here station has in been the county. 10 miles from catarrh to those who sufferers from nasal J;,
arrested cannot Inhale
on a charge of freely
shall be to select an executive com Wolfe and John B. Jones. !: I
Lt'l' XO. fEVEX-34 Pair Ladies' Oxfords and Strap slippers, The league then bigamy, an indictment being returned through the nose, but must treat 'j fi 1
adjourned until l
69 mittee of five from each of the twen- against him at the April term of the themselves by spraying. Liquid

regular price fl.25 to \2 per pair, at. .. ...... ...... .... .. .. .. .. .. ty voting precincts of the county. Thursday night, May 29. grand jury. Cream Balm differs in form, but not I.j I J1

LilT' XO. EIGHT-12 Pair Children's Tan Shoes in Button and This waa amended by Oeo. T. The Indictment of was found upon thttutimoll.Y medicinally from the Cream Balm I
h9 LAMAR EXTENDS THANKS wttlle8s s from Mobile, that stood for years at the head of ". "

Lace size 6, regular price $l per pair, at.. .... ...... ...... ..... C Morgan, and accepted by Mr. Reese, where Reltx formerly resided, and remedies for catarrh. It may be i :" ;i
that the chairmen of the several FOR ENDORSEMENT where he was turned In 1897 to MillNel'.l : F'
used in any nasal atomizer. The !
LL' XO. and Tan Oxfords and r Waleott In February of last ; ,i .
< NIXE-37 Pair Misses'Black ( precinct committees shall be vice price, including a spraying tube is
Strap Slippers, sizes 9 to 2, worth regular $1.75 and 12.00 \ 12 year the rvcorda show that Relti married 75cts. Sold drujrjriata and I< !

*r pair, at. .. .. ...... .... .. ...... ...... .. .. .... .... ..... .... alA presidents of the organization.A TALLAHASSEE, Fl:1.: May 20,19i32. Miss Ana BhMta la thla copnty by Ely Brothers, 56 Warren! St.mailed, New J, "

resolution Introduced by Mayor To HOD.T.E.W lle ,Cbilrmaa Democratic and he CM been TWnf with the Utttf York. ;.
NO. TEN-50 Pair Boys' Shoes, sizes 9 to 2,regular price i 11.50
at AdamsvilU glace,
follows I League of Escambia County. The defaid&nt
97 Jones, was adopted as :

'er pair i at. .. .. .... .. .. ...*.. .. .. ........... ...... ...... .... .... c "Resolved That this league I Please accept my sincere thanks, claims that he MCttMd a dlvoro In Thoi. C. Watson & Co.,
endorse the
Real Estate
leading
and I that Penaacola. Fla. Bt Dos sent for a copy Agents,take 'i
Senator S. R. Mallory for the I I request you convey to of then Pf'lCMdqs. Anna the League and its membership 1 owners of
my property, manage the i
United States senate, W. B. Lamarfor who married him la tnU county e mt renting of their houses I
profound appreciation of their and the
oljtt0on endorsement with Rests: from Mobil. The d ftB& lectlon of their col'I'I ;
rents
lUiUia11t & iotu representative in congress, and of me for congress. as !
ant la 26 yean of age and ha U'tul | tioasly as they would themselves. :,
Scott M. Loftin and H. C. Clopton W. B, LAMAE. little CQncer&tf.atout tU arrest Their charges are very reasonable ; "
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MAY 20 1902


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jf AWFUL DISASTER IN 1

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!$i- COAL CREEK MINES'



j f. F -" One Hundred and Fifty Mi-

''It
ners Blown to Atoms.
fit .

1\\ HORROR CAUSED BY EXPLOSION for Infants and Children.The .


1l i 1i ,,; : r : Kind You Have Always Bought has home the si- na.
.p :.a. Only Ont Man It Reported to Have ture of Cha II. Fletcher, and has been made under liU

Escaped-Ht Was Blown Through personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow no out

: Shaft Like a Rocket-Fire Augments to deceive yon in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and

T S Horrible Catastrophe. 66.TII t-a'-oltl" are but Experiments, and endan wr the

health of Children-Experience against Experiment.

Knoxville. Tenp.. May 19.-A special
, The Kind You Have Always Bough
to The Sentinel says the Frater- #

vile and Thistle coal mines at Coal 1 Bears the Signature of

Creek, Tenn", exploded this morning.

cts (]er\ty[ ; Only one man escaped he being

blown out of the mine.

About ISO men were at work In the
t
r \t _. p..ds plea.sa y; mines.
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.. Flames were soon issuing from the '

..{....'.,. : ; .\ t.V. ;. ':. ;.f .. \ I .' c.ts Ber\ef iciall ; mouths and vent holes In Use For 1 Over'30 Years. '
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\V ', '. ,;'..-' ...- /. I .. .( ,: 1 George N. Camp superintendent of ,... ......u.. CO."T T? ..u...... STattY. .rw TO"" elTT
'. \ : .. .ir:. :. _A.:;:.; r els Irvjlyas-a LaxaIVY. Thistle mine gave out an official statement -

. :v-v- .1 tI t. /" .> ''.; : > estimating the number killed in -

: ./< / I ..' ':\1. ,. / Syrup of Figs appeals to the cultured and the both mines at 150. ,

; yXAVX: .....;ti': ; \\informed! and to the healthy faueits component None have been rescued.Fratervilie I The Star Laundry
.' .... coal mine is located in J:
\ n., \ { /'x- -:.' -. j \ parts are simple and wholesome and became I ,
. A \.4% ,; it acts without disturbing the natural functions Anderson ouuty, Ttnn. It is owned

: -ff..). .,'. : ;..;:."". IM. as \vhollyfrcefrorneveryobpctionjble i :: Ly thp Coal Creek Coal company, of | Biggest Busiest Best Ii I Illfe
/ .""'" ....: which Mujor E. C. Camp of this city, ,
i'""'!'A. quality or substance. In the process cf
: is irtMdent and
I ; ( general manager.
/ ." ,.l. \X f'i" i \ r ',y manufacturing figs:: are used, as they are This is the oldest mine- in the Coal
:. "1 j.\f \1/.5 pleasant to the taste but the medicinal
..:.; .;.f.td" ... ;., Creek district, having been opened in1ST" I
(-- ": : .- ...,;.,.:" ::"" !jf'.: ....:1-.;; : ;, virtues cf Syrup of Figs are obtained A large! area has been developed : I \ Gailier L'p Tins !

.kt : 1j .: :, r r, \ .j.;,(,*'/ from an tXctllt'nt.ombmatl.n. of plants and worked in it. The Coal i j i p

\'';:....s'i"9 ,; it. ..- ,I .! ..;": ..I known to be medicinally laxative and to Creek coal seam is struck by this !' rL I

'"'';;; < .... ..! "": .''y. ait mot beneficially.To : mine, the hard and tenacious top a'v- f : :L F; From all part! of die t--y.
'
.'- '':\\': tii. .t.'.' i.4j ; ./ .! 'J': get its beneficial effects-buy the erasingHfc feet in thickness. Our
... delivery men'ill I lf ,
; ; \ ; ';'>'<. :; ( I i' ct
'A4;t"i ; y ;; .. ..., gtnnine-manufactured by the Fraterville mine has always been
:: : : : .p' considered one of the suftbt mines in where at any time that/
: the Coal Creek belt. > r s E I
Write or telephone ns and w.-i.!
Two rescuing parties were started : :i

ffilJ\ Into the Thistle and Kratenille mine j deavor to serve you getter :! .1:1 j ji
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,,,'S.\ : : entrances as soon as possible after the ,i other Laundrycan..
: ; explosion. The Thistle party was unable )

(: to make any headway whatsoever. !
as the Fralervllle party went as far asthe :'
t Francisco. Cal '' parting of the ways" into the'j ALL WORK C. O. D. Ml[ CalM fir[ M Mmi! Fr f :
a :;. ,.l \ e. K
"): \ y new York.M.Y. mine, where" a heavy fall of slate was :j TELEPHONE 114.
-." 27 GARDEN .
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For !I
all dru Price
eby bottle.!
Jist.5. fJ1ocent.3 per encountered. This has cut off any fur 1

ar r thpr progress into the mine until the WALKER INGRAHAM Manager.

1' tate obstacle can be removed. The I ,

intense heat indicates that the mine j -- --- I Ic

-- --- - is on fire. ,

j ; CALM AFTER Aged Couple Injured. At 11 o'clock there was no longer T COmPANY
Kodak Enterprises to Combine. STORM. I
} I I question but that the ff iMANUFACTURERS ,
New York. May 19.-Details of the \Vaycrofcs, Ga., May 19.-Obediah any Thistle

plan for the consolidation of the Kodak Quiet Prevails After Saturday's Riot Barber ana wife were both hurt in anaccident miners also suffered in the disatar.1AN \I AND DEALERS IN I

enterprises have just been made Relief Fund Grows. j i near here. They were coming ,

public says a Rochester dispatch to Atlanta May 19.-A Sunday of calm to town, when their mule took t I II 1 LUMBER LATHS !

The Tribune. The aggregate cash valre and quiet followed the storm of Sat fright near the city limits and ran I STEAMSHIPS. ,
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of all those enterprises is estimated urday and the scenes of wild rioting \ away. The old jvopie were thrown.I --"-"'- -- nnn : :

it f:0Ofi' .iMio and capital Block of the on that day. A desolation that seemed out and each one of them bad a rib !, j( J t SAWED CTPBEHSHIHGLESKliiWfcuPEXHACOLA.: : ;

consolidated corporation Is $35.0,000. to rasa from the ashes of the burned broken and sustained other bruif'es.j j' .
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The np'ompany, which bus been In. block at Pittsburg titled over the They were taken to the home of a OCEAN TRIP : a-- FLA. ,

(corporated New Jersey will acquire entire district. The tramp of an oc- I friend where they were given medicalateatIon.

properties all over the world" ('II"lonal :..ntrr and the thron of curiouT I .--, -. M ,. < To NEW YORK, BOSTON k
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/""-c"British. .. I nlfchTsetn,- alone disturbed-i tTwmonotony I _.Je+1Bloody- ,I I )J AND ALL ROYAL STANDARD Vll1SKEiI (

Mule Purchases Hav.i.jJit2, of the da}'. Battle With Outlaws. jj EASTERN RESORTS i

Chicago Slaytke: wholesale Au arrest fvas i made liy DeputySheriff Middlfsboro, Ky.. May 19.-A bloody I.5 Via t. 8 Years Old I in Cases of f 4 Full Quarts, at 33.20 per Casa .

'Jmrcbase of 'l;;our) mules by the Chastain in ronnoctlon with fight; between Sheriff: Broadwater, of ,. The \\\\I.. \\ \U -
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British government for service in the Saturday nioruin riot. He biked Scott ('Olll1ty.'a. and the Wright : @) I
Eli Sanders gang of outlaws took place in tho OCEAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY: \ WHISKKYIditilled at the NeNou C*. .
South Africa has ceased: according' tot ui ; a ru-pro: who i it' said X
.JL Ky., DiatIIlery: and i i., fully matured
mountains of Hancock county. Tenn. J LIi\VRATI- 'LKi.KSHi HE in wo"
telegram: received by alf'ntof! thE'rltfh to have admitted hf was in the More .
before
Two outlaws, John VanZandt and John 2 5O Hours of Ocean Breexes bottling it absolutely pure and not excelled
at St. Joseph says a special to whereVill! Richardson and his gaui; il each WeeK "fI i'i quality by any Whiskey of the same aK";
: The Tribune. The tel*>/gram, in effect were barricaded. He told an officer! Templeton. were killed. Sheriff Broad i Sailings no matter where produced. The Royal pftandar::

said the war in South Africa I he was forced to enter the store, and water says the outlaws cannot escape. :! 4 from Savannah. Ga. f is eiht years; old when bottled and, con?idenu--

would close at an early date and that flipped out of it at 5:30 o'clock Saturday I \ .. J its excellent qu'tlits, is the cheapest whiskey u
Will Make of | TIP ,tcim-l.i'ii. | ,' tl.i.* 1"'IJc.. I.IHPimi. > I the market at that price. As; a beverage and .
I Holiday Strike. L-
no use could he found for more horses morning. : "I ,tALLLi. m "1..1. "'U. \1".11'11'11'. nrraI \I.
.Kliltlll re it* 'u.71wna7! : <.t, an absolutely stimulant, there Is betterBhipped
and mules.Sciatic Shepard Finizy. the negro cabman New York. May 19.-Fiv" thousand I I. w'l">Mi* t*. ""'II ,hllir y pure none
I.. ?l .h.rtla urL' *V.IVIat'mPl'" I trot' f 4 in caes containing no marks whatevi r :
miner, hare .
who was shot and was taken to the foreigners left Lacka- I. '"'' rnl .., 10 A rx t : 1L indicate contents. If purchaser examii.u.the ..-
ItlieumntiMii l'urt'tln.r Grad hospital is doing well, and It wanna county within the last week for % '0"R.- ..... anny.noss ......T'5'... f whiskey, is not !!ati"flt'd'ith upon the quality ,.
K'uurlf'f'n't'lIr.' ur Puflerit. is believed his Europe for a holiday during the strike, i;. J ...n... ire ...LY To V .
wounds will not prove 1 ... 'I can return the same at our expense and moot y
K R. 1/( b.rt. aIIrIII.NeI. l> nill. H. f
"I have bE'elluHlictfd with sciaticrheumatini Scranton Pa., The ... .. .. ., .. will
a special to be
o fatal. says i *f II. Silk4l. Tlrkvl le MI r.H rnl I' w refunded.
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for fourteen "oIl.n..lI. I .I lnl..uilk.ll
years World. It in estimated" that All order should be
The subscription to the relief fund at least accompanied by eiti saysJoMi Edgar of Henna'ntown.Cal. nx .f 'lr lrr xxr
for the wives and families! of the 3441/4 trikorR will! take advantage: of tIGHTYEAR1 OLD currency. postoffice money order bank draft or -x-
"I was able to be around, but policemen }
I 1''b order. We
refer
who lost the tie-up far a trip to Europe.A pre money to First atl"l: a
constantly sutfered. I tried everything their lives in the : Hank
b or any merchant in Pensacola.r' : .
I could hear of unit at last was Pittsburg riot were more than doubled! UKNKUAIi: FUHNCH: SCIUmnl:

told to try Chamberlain's Pain lUlm yesterday. the total now being $';t9. REVELATION. ;, ----
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which I did and wa immediately If will Following is the schedule of the I S.
make = A.
This addition was i-o;>('urpd In spit' you inquiry it will FRIEDMAN
I relieved and in a short time cureJ of the fad that yesterday be a revelation to you how many ,I government steamer General French
was Sunday
I '. and I am happy to say it has not I succumb to kidney or bladdertroubles which THE NEWS prints; for the I
and there
: sincejreturned.; Why not UP this was no solicitation of subscriptions ,I in one form or another. 11 !SOLE PROPRIETOR, PENSACOLA FLA.
the merchant
benefit of who
l liniment and get well. It is for ,ale as there will be beginning If the patient i Ii' not beyond medical hip

I I by all druK' and medicine deal with today. All of the subscriptions aid. Koley's Kidney: Cure will j.: their goods to the various; army V.
for!!. made yesterday were voluntary. cure It never disappoints.;. W. A. :posts; : el lSKE1
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i D'Alemberte,121 S. Palafox street 1.1'1"81'.nsacola ...... ... ........ ..... rrn a. m. t AA eatrnIAN. -
Leaves Harrancus.. ... .. .. 7:5ii a.m. I dandle every cl.i"s of.Liquor sold It i
Militia Withdrawn. .. .. .... .........
c3'/ I Leaves 1'ickens *:iw a. III. bulk or bottle. wholesale or retail at rices ti-a'
Atlanta Ga... May .-The militia ICiiUatut from the >orthern WnoJ Leave I'.arrancati .... ....... "-:15 a. in.braves [
I . .. are way down.
doina duty on the scene Saturday's Uti in Ljr-Bai-am.the ccnam Lure forSeasonable couji Pensacola IU:15 a. in.Arrives
i its ilfBitnr!i en every hot ef the gtrmine i Barranca 11 :10 a. III, and then
AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST
I BEER.
1 Laxative rl?>h bi'tween the police and the ne- I I makes a trip to h'ortMcKee and tben returns -
I Bromo-QuinineTtua. I to Itarrancan. .
l \b maed/ that cnrt M cold In one d j. eros were withdrawn this mornine.: household Leaves Barrancas .. 1:15p.m.
i Th,'r.. was no disturbance last night Leaves kens I.;:5 p, m.
I and kitchen utensils the Leaves PeiiMicola .. 4aip.; I m. WICKEStCO.
: Veteran Missionary Bishop Dead. and no further trouble is apprehendedB'nal II Leaves Pickena *,:IS p. m
( i San Kranclf May 13. Bishop William Willis Hardware Co.'s.We Arrives Jlurrnuensi 5.to p. RI. and makes
1' I Taylor perhaps one of the great B'rith Convention. I trip to McKee and return.
Kan '\n City. Mo.. May 1H.: Tho On 'Wednesday* and Saturdays Plambep and
!If.tI"th I Gas Steam
.I eat missionary:! bishops of the Method annual will launder your spreads foi i boat will leave Barnmeas via Tickens fitter
fit church, died: at Palo Alto after a convention of the district 115 cents each and make inem loot for Pen :icola at 6-111 p. m. ,
lodge! Xtv ::!. H'nai H'nth. is in f'f'b.lonla'ro like
uw Htar
Icog illnm at the age of S1. Fifty I Laundry. ; The General French is for
> with about 100 dtI.altr'r !'E-nt __ army No. 6 South Palafoz Str
ran age be began the career of evan I purposes only and any outsider roun >gt.
I ellet which carried him to all quarters from Ohio. Indiana. K..ntuklisl-onrl. have a pas from the quartermaster' All Kinds o; Plsmbinp and Oaa FittlngMh{ -niIs, Kpp o" J..fu
Kan as. Colorado and New Nfpxico take her. JJ'IIJ.lnNf1 1 arts .vN" A'" .
of the gtohe. He served as bishojit o passage o i
il: >l Africa until 1S3S, when he was retired Alfred! ..iuit>r. of I en\er. president' of A. Wade & Son I I
I the district: If presiding.: The endownient ,

for age. fund for T OI has, a total of $>>. I II STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE .A. :::M.A.

} N I..r fine n(1 |ai'j in fnJo'm.1tTht' total rE'.j I ** REAL ESTATE ..< verySUCVESSOR

I have sold ('hamberlain's Colic, nurc'S sf the department are $3S.-! '. Between i'ensarota and 'illun-U..ar t j i

Cholera and Diarrl.wi! Remedy !ns. of which amount $333.950 is in1 I| Rental Agents ail Money Brc ers, Hun- Daily F\rr|'i Minday. j iI TO AVERY W ILI-'III.1:
years, and would rather be out of real fstate. j I I !
coffee and sweat than it. I sold five -S W t..t (o\rrnnHMit St. "CITY OF TAMPA." i iLv I II IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
bottles of it yesterday to threshers I i I
that could co no farther, and they Whooping Cough. :Milton a.Dlam. i Lv acolal-pm! !
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Ar 1'I'n.acola.::( l am Ar Milton : :i ipm
are at work again this niornfne.":" A woman who ha? had experience City, Surburban Property and ; t'ltre.fliic HARDWARE.
: Round trip,51!:">
H. li. PHKi.rs Plymouth. Okhh.-! i with thi di"ease, tell how to pre-1 j I II
ma. As will be seen bthE' abovethe I Timbered Lands for Sale. I
threshers were ablp't'1 keep on I vent any daD t-rU* consequence ii j I PICNIC I! Iron, Xailil.-\xe'". Hhovtls, Haw M.I; n; d <'r'1mhat

with their work! without lo'inq a :1 i from it. She "II':# : Our three children .' i !i Supplies, CooklugandHeatit. -" .,'"'-. P", rt.' till

single day's time. You should keep'; took): whooping-cough last sum, Rents Collected, Prompt: Returns Made j '. BASKET !I Window Ola;. Guns, Pi-toU anir ",.; Pickle.
a bottle of this remedy' in your home. I mer our babbo\' beinsr orly three DANCE.<
For sale by all druggist* and medicine month. old and awing tour sivina YaliiaMc Agate alld'i'inl-are and Iloiiscriiriiisliing t oods.jSAUENS .
dealers. Pity
them Chamberlain" (;ol';h I{ rme- 1'rojiiTty, lull IJY THELndiory'
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: dy they lot none of tl.eir Plumnes -- l: prul and l'lJ i IIIl'rllH'I| l, FOR BIRMINGHAM KOLLINU MILL COMPAXW1
; and came out in much better duzilinryBROTHERHOOD I
c8/ health than other children who did I for Sali *-. Revere Giant Hti'ched I'-fcltinir. Northampton Emery
not ue tbi* remedy. Our oldest little LOCOMOTIVE Wheel Co., I/iftin & Rand p..w.1r Co., Johnson's Kalsoinine -
'I i List with Us Houses for Iron King and Buck fc-tovm and Wm.
Rent. Ranges
your ,
!'hI.gIl\t-.ro"; 1 on every box ft t:Ua y.1':1nre'native girl would call "lustily{ for couzri
ENGINEERS j Coups; & Co.'s Raw Hide Lace Leather Ma=nr1. '
between
Bromo.Quininc Tablets syrup whoop*.-JK*!'IE
the reaedy tW core s cold la one daj. I il'iXKEY HALL. Springville, Ala. We Guarantee Satisfaction. i Made Railroad Colors.
I I This remedy i is for sile: by all druggist i- ArMagnolia
You will hare pride in you own and medicine; dealer -- Masonic Temple @ Pensacola Fla'

dower gardens it they are on your Bluff, "!
own ground. Your husband can buya uArlor tArrlAanc t>, The I13ppyT1e is the CHICHSTER'S- ENGLISH t

home, he and he can think do it otherwise.now, although well- TUESDAY, MAY 27, 1902. r EHHYROAL PILLS if CURE YOURSELF !
: may
Every!: woman wants a home of her furnished home. Marston Trains at 9:30; a. m. and 8:30 p. in. -"U."f.IM.L.1.,......,.......r 4'I7 la41.Ie.as.. rt. r.. fC@ea/ dr 1.14e.91Eit1.etf14e.91nr..r91''a'f
irntaU..U'flr T
own, and it she will have a talk with ,0. tj' Quina cati 4 -4'i Ir (.tlICU..T.W.. 1\.a JI J hCl metr ul ** *
i
supply tf m u c on
Watson &; Co. the t to you '? la. kill uS C..14 tun.. 1&. ..l tn'nu SIIMaten.n&.... PkinlMl. aDd III'.nUJ1
Thus. C. fOe. TICKETSTranorta'joa .
i 5Ot. ot.atao 25 CENTS tHal.n'Ira ale lrr. lGfrM !
with all .I ..,
needed in the 'U""C" _.. +ab.t.t.d..1,1l_I'-, TlEfA.aCttEM Wl CO. fir pot..1IO u.
leading Real her Estate how: Agent it is,to they Genuine stamped C. C C. Sever sod! !n bulk.Bl"&r of house furnishings way A number of han Isom prizes, will I /kar't...,4 fo,. r ..1..J.v.....JLr1YI...... T K.r..rn,'.*....t.l la. a ..CllNAno."I.. ., DrsRbU4'. !.
show at .
t.ii !
can easy get of the dealer the "Dllo pla'r. .r&;f' J.
( who tries to tell bf "' ''k..lr'' rLoo I. ''_.>, ... 1La4'' or ,
awarded a lI-t of which will be ,, ; lur
cue. : .nP.tl. l".... .. ...D j "somWulJ! just lliood." lowest prices cash or credit. printed later. t. ',r.n. /It.Loter/ir.4.1/_. -c..' ",, &I... $..75.
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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA FLORIDA J"
TUESDAY MAY 20,1902. h
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p ,__ NINETY LIVES LOST VVS: : '1I -I SECOND WEEK OF COAL STRIKE. I J':

f( \ .C_: i'H'I I I Harris. Lithia Water Free 1-I I ;

,I iu3'P! :. ;... XVhy do women continue to endure i t Situation Undisturbed-Sabbath Quiet ... Ii Ii:
: 1A'If '. ,." IN TEXAS TORNADO j suffering caused by womanly diseases? | Prevails Everywhere.
:/ \ I..7))H' There I READ CAREFULLY !
.r{ % Ij.-c\to..e are many answers to that ques- I Hazelton. Pa.. May 19.-The second f
"r. t I tion.j Sometimes because they have ex- I| week of the total suspension of hard

'4 Historic Town of Ooltad Is of hauste local physicians the skill coal mining as a result of the deadlock Harris Lithia Water is the best in the world and will cure Indigestion I if

/. "" 'lJri.i..' ::-.. t3i4PGO.". Practically Destroyed. and remain un- ( between miner and mineowner began Diabetes. Briht's Disease, mritis< Catarrh of the Stomach, CystitU1 J

A cure!. At other | today without the faintest ripple Irritable Bladder, Rheumatism, Gout, All Affections of the Kidneys and .t .r
;: times it is because to disturb the calmness of the .
y. sltuaI
;)... :?:.-...;.;:=:.;:::rI ::1 j ONE HUNDRED PEOPLE INJURED [l lI they shrink from I 11 on. A Sabbath stillness prevails Bladder. It you are afflicted with any of these ills write for'our beautiful :r

S- I ( submitting to ob- everywhere. booklet tellin: all about the great water and its wonderful cure?. The !:'

noxious cxamina- !! book is free to all for the a-kiru, and on 4 our offer where
page standing
Not
Almost Without one of the coal
13 Warning Great Cloud companies In
I Feb. 1901A. I Rushed Upon Town, Demolishing I ,: tions physicians which deemnecessary. local I 1 this territory made an attempt to Itart by you get the water Ir( e if it doesn't prove all we claim for it. ;:1

R. Bremer Co. And to up a colliery today and not a miner ,
I Scores of Buildings and Leaving 1: sum it all up. they !I wandered: near the big black break

Chicago. Death In Its Wake. i endure suffering ers. The collieries! and their surroundings Harris Lithia Water-Carbonated J

Geltlecen1 have I because they do had a desolate appearanc I I .,

used Coke Dandruff I, The Dallas.Nev Tex.from. May Goliad 19.-A says special: to I) not Tierce's know Favorite that Dr. No one. firemen was about and except the engineers BEST TABLE WATER KiNOWN. ,"

Prescriptionmakes pump runnerswhone
".re for the past Ninety are dead over a hundred are : 'j
weak women duty it is to keep the mines free

year and found it an I wounded. In addition there is a gaping I strong and sick from water and gas; the stablemen, Write today for particular, f

excellent prepara- wound in the town-the path of women well."Favorite. I who are looking; after the mules thatI 1

I : one of the moat destructive tornadoes I Pre- j| have been brought to the surface at- HAKKIS 1.11'111.SI"HIXHs CO.,
...(;:1 I ever known i in Texas. I scription"esUWishesregulanty,dries dis- j .
ag'eeable drams, heals inflammation and j| ter having been in total darkness fori Harris Springs. S. C.

.LcO:; The tornado struck this place about ulceration and cures female weakness. i two years, and the repairman who are J:

i ._.,,' .--.4/ I ;'...... / 3::43:i o'clock Sunday afternoon lasting "I enjoy good health; thank.. to In Ptcrce's I doing odd Jos! of patchwork in and ., ..I-.

rr only about 5 minutes, letting death I Favorite l'r 'cTlp'lon aaj G"M Medical: incorery -* about the main buildings.' CAI L ON OR TELEPHONE '1
and ,' "writes :>fr. J. J. schrctjcr, of J'ontiac I 'i
disaster everywhere in Its wake. Ltuiu-ton it
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Cu. "I \\010 taken hick anj
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," I, It came from the southeast without L : the. ilittui here tailed it Grip I lay for fourtric.in I lre."y Girl. M W. MARSHALL Pensacola, Fla. I
i'i.: ,. "" I ... 1w<1. then when I got up I found I haj: "Maude never goes anywhere without .
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"1;;.. ._" '" a warning completely demolishing a i ,h'l'l.ccm..nt' Had suth ..ititand
pain in L dressing for it"j
,: trip about! two blinks wide through my :at.k and limbcimld nut stand any length I Iol o. MOPPETT' ,
'\' .1, D'\lenterte't'. I time I knew that our home iturtor would! in j j "Oh. no; she'd hurry up and get ai $ Cures Cholera! -Inruld;
out the whole we stem part of the town Mkt the firt thinij' on an > xaminalinn and that
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i new dress ready if she knew she was DiarrhoeaDywnttry,*n4 \
I uouid
about a mile long.! .. nut...siiTjiint to unless I u a*danjftrou-sly: the Bo..d Troubles of .
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uk ;\Iy .n !I:.! 'ur 1.1.. 'comuioii St nse going crazy. -Philadelphia: Bulletin.
Jur'o" Hunter Dead. Among the many houses IIemish'dare : i, Medical Adviser "nd I tlioiiK'ht from reailmK t' Children of Any Agt. .

\1 19.- James K. Hunter the ISa tist (hurrh and I it that Iir lit "I'S medicine would do mei Educate Tour lioweU: With Aids Digestion. RegulaUl :
raseareta.
parson i! rr' ore 1t.1 than .,::1 the home .1"durs-all.1 so it L I rCCTHING.POWDCRS)!
o' n to the public fo r'r'a ge, jut built the Methodist church'.i.','ha I c..., tri'j sa\' I Wli surprised at the Candy. Cathartic cure constipation foreier. : ASb the Bo..ds, Strengthens
Oc.SSc.: If C. C .
V-nrfit I 't'c..i'd C faildrufrirssn.ruiilmoti I the Child and Makes ,
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doal
Iand can m> washing and Costs 25 cents at
irs oil Jumbo" Hunter city a Login church. 4I... knot flowrrKiirdrn In fact I am on my Only Druggists, TEETHING EASY.
tl4I'IWf.tot' and superintendent It is impossible to estimate the num- fed nio.t all the' time An old Intend of mine t. Or mail 2;5 nil to C. .i. MOFFETT. M. D.. ST. LOUIS MO.
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aims! died suddenly Saturday t her ot house.dtstru.ved.. but it I IP :,'I,, said You are to me.getting.\\ 'i\young what a;Is:am.the' maUd I told her with I you had' FLORESCE s. C., Nor.. 2Q. 1' .iO.-I was ItrstaiinseJ by our family physiciaa in Charleston! to nse TEETBIXA
with hen t.e. but
our baby M a T-rr jounif iaf.iau as a rore\'entl\'e of mite and to "a,1O and I..et'tea tbestomach.
.:!\! 4! n lock in a boarding house I thought the number will reach 100. tnl.t'nJottl that if she would of do IT likewise i'lerce's medicines, and P POLITICALANNOUNCEMENTS La ur It vat u; ful In leethmi troubles and its eject bu been I>nnd tobesoTery bcnedcial and ufree from danger ..,
she would
feel ten tbatare cons.-que\lt upon the u-c of drug's and iontnm;irrui>f.that we have come to regard It. af'.er uw with thre
ajf irnr of Central avenue and Damage done cannot be approximatedbut 1, ', year youngir too" :hildren.asnneof the nee.aaiue.when there i. anew baly in tbehouo*and until tbe trrthmfc troubles are over sal

1..U.11 .Irl''t. j I it.is very great. About all the hui L. i! Dr. Ilerce's Common Sense le<1icalAd.iser uby we uke quieu pleasure in recuaimenitinz IliKTWELLM.it ta our friea AYEK.! instr iXaaaeer...i ot the burnt Pailj: Times tu9 that and to Weekly many people Time31e."u"r.u>e to keep tbtlr :

i man dead and wounded have been :I j paper covers is sent/xr on re- '.
Wants Others to Know. l taken care of. II j I ceipt of 21 one-cent stamps to pay expense -

.v,. U-H! DeWitt's Little[ The path of devastation is : j of mailing/ v. Address Dr. R.V. --- --- Voyouwltb to make a little extra
strewn ii'
'. i. .'.rfor constipation and I with all kinds of : P Tierce Buffalo, N. Y.MONT For State Senator. BOYS and GIRLS f. moueyduIingspftrC momenta? 11 I'
debris and dead and so. you can readily do eel! '
so
by -
ti 1and; they are all n ht. I I, II
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: wounded animals. The friends of Hon. W. A. Blount Inll "Blueine.) to per rent. commls,lon on all sal..o;. An Indispensable arUcle for .
i 'ud i"" indor them for I think i iw : i, hous..hold u.... 1-"ery laty to delighted when tb..y see It. One sheet make the I1nl'4' 'I :1
..W' tida: good thing weousjht The tornado was preceded a few I'I1'i hereby announce him as a candidate B Blue-"at you eVtr used In Lice "a-b. Write today before your territory II taken b :;.
for state: Senator from this the Second s ome one else and we will send by r..turn mail one dozl'n packages of 'Sluei" ). i :
( -tot1'! know it minutes by hailstorm PELEE'S VICTIMS ;
< writes Alfred a heavy and a i Senatorial District. and respectfully When you base sold tbem. return Ui 'Wr.v retaining the baiancil. tllt', as year cumml'slon. I.I
(tI.J' zc If.lhl'r. 111. They never deep rumbling sound but no one had I ask })O not delay but write at ones .
the!
.TIH' .>t <1!-t fl",". Hue, ,safe pill;;. any premonition of the disaster, and' First Official Estimate Places the List: i ;; for nim at support the coming of all primary.Democrat Addre..... GL l' X }l'jo'ACTLlUSG: CO. Ut-pt. C 1M Box 01. Phila. Pa ". ;.:

H.iw PI! aru-acy, John Sheppard, '
tht're'u no opportunity for escape of Dead at 31,000. -
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MJtieyKatiuPr as the tornado. dealing death and disaster I: New York. May .-The first c r. i! For Representative. TIME TABLE.

.linw. ..Air Your Kldaryi was all over In a few moments I j flcial estimate of the results of the e a. I j The friends of Hcott M. Loftin take : I
IT -,t I"P,1ocore all Ills ( '4
kdney !'Iarno '
Dtre: AJJii:...,* Kemedj(:u.C'tuci/oor N V: The section which has most suffered' i plosion ot Mont Pelee have been re- 'this means of announcing him as a LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.

I was the resident portion thelower i c ''lvetI says a Fort de France di S. !| 'candidate Legislature for from Representative Escambia in the Hi EFFECT DECE\IBER: 1. Igol I'' '.

:* **** *** *' ** ****** -- part being/ the negro settlement, while patch to The World. This gives 28- and they desire the county, New .1
r *****r** fs *si* .. support of all: Orleans and Mobile. '
the upper part contained many resdencea. i. I II i 000 as the number of people buried in Democrats in the corning: primary. _ .
PUBLICITY[
FOR I !' the ruins of St. Pierr Six thousand No.C. SO.I. So.!. i I Nn.I. ; No.1. 1' ::

The persons were rescued by |I For Representative. 1:15 a 12:1m; I 11:05: p I Leaye...... Penlacola_Arrive 11:00 a 1:111) 9:00 No.1. i .; ,
Is steamships
cyclone or
believed p
to have i p
'3ei; a f:27 1:11:1 ._.
THE PEOPLEIEerWord I' p a I Ll'ave "Iomaton_. Leave tia: 2:31
I originated on the gulf coast at a point i' fled to places of safety. Thr"e tho U. 1 The friends of Henry C. Clopton 11:011: a i ::!'.! 2\: ) a L..ne. "'_ Mobile ._. ._ Leave 1:1IIIIO't 1:1:111 n p 1 lIoe: p 1 I I'
... p
almost] directly\ south of (Oohad and sand probably were drowned. This I is announce him as a candidate for --.. I "Ptt5p' 7:11) a .. L..aveS. w.-'inleans- Leave- :'ei, p i 75a! ._._ !

Cot You a Cent, i traveled in a northeasterly directionas the most complete estimate made so.. from representative Escambia in the Lpgislaturer North. I I I

nnd".K: >er>' Word is Head : far as Kentucky. It left desolation f ar. ,r the county and request ItNo.
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'! support of all democrats in the 2.
:. B\ Ier3hodv.I hehind In four states but Texas swms I The relief: steamers now on the cominsr democratic orimary.i I I 11IJ.pm 12:15pm So. t. Les\.l'en.acola..Arrlve I So. 1 No.1. I !

.: .:.: ..",;..: - ...... ----- ....-..- -=--+ ; to have suftvred more than the others.i : scene are the American Ehlps ___u _u __ ___ I !1:15am !1:51pm Arnve 'tontlomE'ryl.eave 1I:15am 1:00pm 1Iam\1:35pm U.

MtN1V TU L.1N 1). ] The injured are 1-mg cared for this nati. Sterling. Potomac and London ,., For Representative. I I 1I:5 7:00pm a m I \IiI'i 3IOa pm Ul Arrlve Arrive.....mlnltbaDl..a.bville .._..Luve.I.l'"ve 11:13..a.m. IOi_.. .pm'. ;:\

.- -- --- .. .. .. -- ... ... j morning by physicians and nurses arrived Fellow. the French cruJser Suchet and The friends of J. T. Fillinsjim, of I !70 tSolam I I ":Ilam Arrire Louisville ......Leave \1:15pm LIS am ,, .
(I a m 1I:5a '
I am 1
ITTp i the British supply boat Madlano. Ow- Bluff !Springs: announce him as a Arrl\'e..ClnclnnatlLE'ave 11:00 pm 11:15 pm :
'l'SKY TO LOAN-Oa household furaltioraea on special trains late last night i 7:1lam 1:: ) p m Arrv t.Loul5.Llavp 1:15pm '4:55 f
., cows and all kludi ul".rp'uPl'fty. to tins hour. 10 a. m., no names II j 1 ing to the red tape it has been found ,(,I candidate for the legislature, sub I -p inPENSACOLA.
Terms ject j to the democratic l
easv strictest primaries of AND RIVER i
i r*nt-Hd. Apply to A. A. HsUer., of the d "aJ or injured had been recciied ;, I impossible up to the present time to July 15, and ak: for him the JUNCTION. j
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Palttf
x street.-. - I! here in aJditnn to those al-i[ j f unload the supplies sent by the Cham- of all democrats.: support So. 1-VaIlY No. B-DaI1YI So stop where time not shown No 2-Dally ISo !.'!-Dall, I -4 r

\\ LENIJOn improved real psar I ready reported I! her of commerce of New York. I I 11:115 p m 1:01a m Leave. ._ l'ensacola.Arrlve 10:50 1--- I
."ti or mall amounts at low The storm which swept Ooliad Tbe bodies of Thomas T. Prentiss, For Representative. I 1:1:15 night 7:13": .' ....._. Jobemla._. 10:81 pm to I 1111I iuj pm" !
Call on Leslie t;. !ironln.1 I It dt"j 1:1:10" '1:11": ..... .. Ynlestra ___ I I
1 4* I1j H. Falafoz Ht., Fisherilmlm : stroyed much property in other portions American consul and James Japp[ The friends of Chas. M. Coston announce I 1It: to 1:1'1.: ._scambla..._ 10:11"10:3:1" i! 8:01 .II. ,

t :, of the state. but so far as known' British (consul have been: Identified, him as a candidate for re pI I Is.'i: : to 7.i": .". ... .._. Malat _._. .' 10::!:! 6t6-11:51 i I ,
reseutative in the legislature 1:11\1": 11": .. .._ .. Harp ..... ..... 10:11 II I..
-UI' StI'' ,''\\"-l>oyou need mont>y? no lives were lo';t. j alll'j!) be brought here for ship-I K'cambia from 1:1:511. .to. 7:55 .........-Gilt City........ II 10:111: ,. IiW'
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.u .s!s .:row any amount you want i! Shortly after noon the storm struck meat Both bodies are bruIsed by tha' : county and they ask the 1:1-: 7'J": .. ........_ .Milton .... ..,_. II 10:10 II 61"1i7":!
:, 'd 'aii terms and lowest rates > : support of all democrats in the cot 0- I::31) am..... 4 ...... Good Range_ ...... ,. It
I..: .e. ,:a nable.on improved city real :. San Antonio and demolished property *t[ fall of lava and stones almost beyond: in? primary.For 1:55 8.11i" ...... .... HolU .... ...... .. DM" 4:5 1:5.5 "
ai .tr. 1 Urn tisber, KiH'J South I'ttU- to the extent: of possibly $75,000 and recognition. '! 2::11)' to S::5) ......... MlllIjlan ....._ .. ::!O.. 1:11 "
f. : :tt to "
In.1f : Hij": ........ Crestvlew...._ It 11:18 It
-- ,, injured several persons none serious-1 L.ly. : County Treasurer. 8;)) !IM" .". .......Ieer Land ....._ II !IM" 8U"ItllO" .
I')1)! W .\XT T', BOKKUM' MONEY j: I howe\er. j I MONT PELEE STILL ACTIVE. j I announce myself a candidate for 11:13"1:1):1"I: \II\: i.) II' U ...... Mossy head ..._ "" 8:"" 3:15 II I I

< '> m: n..y.lnsureyour of title property, proitriin -. Austin also suffered considerable: renomination for the poMtion -of 11'1.' I/U": ". ..De1o-tlnlak.......... Argyle Mprlngl....._. 7 11:1":" II II !:id to. i I
buy ':31'
or sell real esp county treasurer of Escambia I ") '1
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,e: : : county : :fl1' ... .Ponce de Leon.._ 7p aa
r- Id..ct..rt operty of any'd"ocnpUon. havu property los I I i Reports Say Volcano Is Throwing Up subject the action of the democratic 600" t.J:10' a. .. .).VesttiIle------_ a' 7:11" %:18". ,I .:
.e', or address or your Tbo,.taxes C. Watson attended to' At MineoU a windstorm followed Immense Quantities of Cinders. primary. lIlI'I: to IJI a l. .. ..... l'aryvllle..._ 1:11 II 1:1 1:115": .. 'I 4 I\
A Co.
6.:13" 11:5) al .._ ... a ,
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> .
l Ronlfay "
II r tatnd 6t.S : i
a 11'1,.. C'larjft-s Insurance amenta Pen aby, rain uprooted hundreds of shade : Paris. May 19.-Governor L'Huerre: : i J. W. FRATER. 8,11) 1\:11"\ .ai. ......... lblpley .. ..._. a 8:81'" : 1:01 1:1: .. ;
s.iI" a lot from moderate.us To everyone tress and blew se\eral houses: fromI of Martinique. has called to the colonial d:*) 1\:111"( .. ...Cottondale...._ 8:1.. i 1I't! ;:
WoO will lend noon
money For Tax Assessor. 7:00" 115": ......... Iarlanna ._..... aa I f1
1'> I'u to build 11:00": It:11 j
houae. !1d-I Lt I t their foundations. A Mrs. Willing-1; minister :M. IVCrais announcing 7:30" IIt'5 It aa .... ._ Cypn'n... ...... 11:811": 1ti5 '
ham uas injured. that :Mont Pele continues: to throw up I hereby announce myelf as a 7:1: 'to. 1\:5:1"! ,". ._...Grand Kldge. .... 5:!*'! 1I: am" ,
I'ur Kent. i iN candidate for re-election as Tax Asseator 11 lth5 noon .... .... sneads.. aS 6:11.' '
-- ...... ...... ---- |, Heavy rains fell throughout the'' immense: quantities of cinders which, for Escambia county, subjectto I 8:15" 1:1:13" ArrlveRlferJnnction _Leave 11:10" 1111 11)0); a' .I.;
I )) 'It IV o nicely furnUued rooms at 'I weatern portion of the state and will i it owing to change in the direction of the action of the democratic primary u ,

.lh"tll!! Spring\ street.-.-----alltf 1 t help crops materially. The Panhandle i I the wind. are: now covering the south [ July 15. !, aoLAY0.. Buy a new garden hose

I specially was drenched. ; era district of the island Violent explosions \V. W. RICHARDS.. .

\1.-141. :.:. .IIla-- .- --_._"V.tN'1.II- ] ."*" bar been heard at Lecarbet.r I II I Grist and Corn Ideal Mills from the Willis Hardware I
For Tax Collector.I .
\:VTKl: > f"n f The further declared I ;,
\\ to I..arn liarher tu itDestructive Hurricane In India. eorernor there
Company.
ll | hereby announce myself as ,
< ret yourrtiitnconIy a
weeked '
eteady praotice expert eight instrucIwtures Hnmba1ay: 19.-A destructive' IB no danger of an outbreak: of the candidate for re-election as Tax Col. I M. F. CORZflliEZ t CO., Prop i, I

-.. ,tools presenteil".a dIploma Rrnnted.
Cal"logu"lIIall..d rrl'position4''. Moler guiir rinrber: n- ince of Scmde. BritUh In
f.:II. N Orleans,, La. lIIntJ'IC'III. : I miles of the Scinde railroads were of the peopl being out of work. July 15.A. I CHOICE MEAL AND PtUEGUOCNL CHOICEST I.'i

1 3.bf'ti and bridges HOUSM H. D'ALFMBEKTE. STOCK FEED.
away andi
.. \\ U ill...I. I \
.-- - ...... mbankments disappeared Fifty miles 1! TRWELINU IS DANGEROUS. For Tax Collector. Patronize Home Industry for there u -oF- .
\\ AXTKD-A every reason you should buy your Meal and I ,
Hood solicitor will
'ooU ; pay of telegraph wires also disappeared. <| Constant motion jars the The friends of Block reed from the Home
cotnmNsion to right on.d.- kidneys Henry Bellinger announce Manufacturer
- -- 11.. care tbis office. \ Many lives were lost. for by 10 doing you encourage; home Indui- f FRUITS
in'tf I which are kept in place in the body him as a candidate for Tax try. Your money Is left in the communltf ANDCOMFECTIONERY[ Y r Ii IiAT

i i by delicate attachments. This is Collector of Escambia county sub- and yon In turn are Indirectly benefited.
\\.ull..I. I Big Educational Rally. I the reason that travelers j jf>ct to the democratic primary to be In fostering tbe borne manufacturer yon
.. .. ._ _.. _. trainmen held July 15 Ift02 and contribute to the cause of labor. You owe .
,
\\ i';TKn..Several-" Montgomery Ala.. May 19.-Rev. street car men, teamster and all request the It to the community In which you live and 1 1

aid bnckmaioni.millwrights Apply to carpen W. K. I Edgar Gardner Murphy. executive BSC- i who drive very much suffer from support- -_of. all Democrat*. I which contributes to your inpport. APOSTLE'S ;

Mupt.. t u'CUria.. I'lnr.'t: Mary of the southern educational kidney disease in some form. Foley's -.: For County. Commissioner. I :

A\' 'Ml l :0-Koy,. at No. \I tt'est Inten'u.astreet. I, board has called a grand educational ( kidneys Kidney and cures Cure all strengthens form of kid the The friends: of J. W. Brewton of Pocket cutlery and scis- 14 East Government si. r

Apply atonce. 1 luini'tV : mMsmeetlcg to assemble in Montgomery district Xo. 5 ,
ney and bladder disease. Oeo. H. announce him as' a sors from the finest to the
on May 28. The is to tor. candidate for re-election Formerly Cordova "
I purpose Hausan, locomotive from said Restaurant Stand
engineer. t
\ \s h.1> I Lima
-Work -,
i ul imiill children by deserving support.lady Sew-lth mall) inaugurate the: campaign of the ,0., writes, "Constant vibration ef district subject to the action of the cheapest, at the Willis One car-load of Pineapples ,.

.1 "'ti- t..,.', .n.thlng.. Mrs. Wilson '>"' j board in Alabama and it will be push. the engine caued me a great deal primaries July 15. Hardware Co. to 2.00 per dozen.F.E.Brawner'sOnePiiceCasJ at 11.75 :.
;tr
t't.
al tr vigorously from that time. All'! I'lof trouble with my kidneys. and I .. U
got no relief until -- .
friends: of education, especially the I used Foley's - -
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\\ Ht.lJ-\t kinds o? empty beer I Kidney Cure." W. A. D'Alemberte
Onttl'l. H. A. FRLDA1. and school ,
--- '- not Vtf county city superintendents 121 S. Palafox street.C.ASTTtTA..

I are invited to be present. l
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\\ '.' .!bt youth wants posi-
, onrapher and office a-1 i
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; House
. : %1 v ter. Well
: -l acquainted in 'j Justice Miles Beach Dead. Io.n" 1a! Lr. 13'j Haie
I :.. . -1 in business Address :'I I A'ay" Biif
al'.nf ,' Now York. May 19.-Juattee Miles g'fnlI1tI

-- j. Reach of the supreme court of New 'I 5.
1'( MS A.Ll:. I died early today at his [ii 1 1I
----------------- I II.r I I York apart-: .CUT PRICES
.'( : S \ 11'.. I meets In the Waldorf-Astoria. Ills -- IN TWO!
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,, m08t desirable lot In i I II
r-u'Vi. :, "" fatal lllnesi diabetes. I Loaflag and Working.
: "a-iy terms by the FIsher j was reported as II III !
,.: ...lita.. : AJ>--y. -"W, South Falafoxixalm ) Ever notice at the end of a day when' I'
I '
i -- ,, you have fooled along with your work! UM) yards Dress Hwisses, worth 6e 20 dozen Ladies' Lhle Thread I 50 :;
A LESSON IN HEALTH. yard 10 yards for 30 cents. pieces Medicated 24-Inch Cotton ,I
v.POI- 1 'l'HY. !j and slouched through, everything In a ,I ji j Vests worth K cents, yours for 20 Diaper, 10 yards in a
piece ,
worth
cent ,
.1''\h.E. .' "'IK HROW LKGHOKX8 i Healthy kidneys filter the impuri- i; slipshod manner that you are tired aa ,i!.I 1000 yards Dress Dimitys, worth 85c, for this sale, 60c.

\'I l..I\1. \ 'Iock and Eggs tot sal*. i ties from the blood, and unless they If you bad worked steadily and done 7'2c, 10 yards for 45 cents. 1000 Boy's and
: ] at Wiiln Hardware Co' li>nt do this rood health is (I Men's' collars, 100 dozen Ladies' Fast
Imposible.Foley's ; your work well? And how much better i broken sizes to close Black. Full
1 I out at 3 each.
11.\ tit (.()() U Kidney Cure makes sound : satisfied you feel with yourself 2000() yards bleached yard wide Do- Seamless Hose, regular lOc good,

'\1R 1 R.\H-HEi t);F-tfannfacttlrer_ i I' kidneys and will positively cure all 1 when you have done your work as you mestic, 10 yards for10) cents. 2(JO Ladies' Madras and White 25c.for this sale, 6>(.c a pair; i pair for

,. ct d"aeIn: Kair: Ooodi. Hau. Toilet forms of kidney and bladder disease. Waists, worth 75c and $1, to close at
,
should. Your unbleached
.1. Hair employer also notice 2000yards Sea Island
on ,
.I ,. .etc.,828 W. It strengthens the whole 45c.
:' Government 1t{))
: 'i W. A. D'Alemberte these things. Don't belong to the slipshod yard wide Domestic 10 yards for 45 dozen Men's Seamless Half
.. 121 ti. 'vstem.// Hose, in brown
cents. red and black
l'IU\\. t.I'.. 'or l'-"neral.-- .-. street. class. Do your work well. You. 50 pairs Lace Curtains, 2J yards 5c a pair. for
"- will feel better and stand higher In the I / long, regular iSo
I Know On Sure iemeiy j 2tX ) yard Embroideries, regular goods, to close at
KnIVV014
.. .trDtylnhoaqnet8or UNERALTfarniTaeJi peclaIde lgn. I for an obetnEe cold. J-j came iPi-nr-ZZe I estimation of the man you work for.- I price' 7Ls to Sj;!c, 10 yards for 43 cents. 45c. Stitched 25 dozen Men's French Dropped

p .h.. >lett Moreno, 82S Ws-tt GregoryJl Atchison Globe. iI i' 25 dozen Large Turkish Bath Tow Under Shirts, worth We, to

a 2 dlm I Do you want a magnificent watch .. .. II I 1000 yards Dress Pique and Ducks!: eta, worth $2, will close at $1.20. close at 25c each. Drawers to match.

- .. <(.'l..l' P Lu.\VIH&4. for little money? If so, call on I Foley's Honey and Tar is peculiarly -, worth II) and 12, iC, 10 yards for 85 20 dozen 24x3S-inch 30 dozen Men'a Fancy (Striped

( OWKR.S------ -:----aad- -- ..............- Stephens, the jeweler. He will ac adapted for astbma, bronchitis -l! cents. Towels, for this Bale, at SOc Bleached dozen. Lace Under Shirts, 45c each. Draw 1 1I

i<, \' :..1 l <1"8Ilfnl ordered Moral for customers EetlgnsM -, commodate you.PROFESSIONAL. and hoarseness. |W. A. 1000 yards Dress Cross Bar, worth 35 dozen era to match. I ,

r".- '".uette Moreno, 828 Welt Gregory.T D'Alemberte, 121 S. Palafox street.DONJT S.'jC, lu yards for 50 cents. ular lOc 28i42-incb Towels, rez2 dozen Ladies' Black and Colored
- '_ __ dlinSuinincr I 1 goods, for this sale! 9uc Silk Taffetta Waists
regular
1. CARDS. 25 dozen Ladies' Bleached Vests, dozen. $3. O to close price
TOBACCO SPIt : at f 2 20 each.
Law School. with in neck 5
I tape vests for 25 500 yards White Batiste

.. ..UNIVERSITY! OF VIRGINIA. j W. C. ROWE, M. D. I and YourUfeawaylYou SMOKE! cents. regular I2H quality, 10 yards for Lawn S5c., for This longer sale than will one positively week.) not run

;ir anioantilns. Sid Summer. July I IIi caa be cured of any form of tobacco using )
; mbri.i.i. By the Law Faculty. Office: ITS'! S. PalafoLHouretrOm5tO9)i.m.&ad easily be made well strong. magnetic. full of I
t,! ,1 ''b>Kinneri; to candidates for the new life and vigor by taking HQ-TO-BAO, E. BRAWNER'S -
? :-11'practitioners, who have lacked I I| 1 to S p. m that mikej weak men strong. Many faio ONE-PRICE CASH
rt'i sn'tmcuon. For catalogue, a!- and after 'o'clock.Phono. ten pounds in tea day.. Over 8OOOOO HOUSE
cured. All druggist. Cure guaranteed. Book

k5.. 11)0& Sert&ry, CbirlotttSJlllt! fa. |I I OS. let Lg1 and advice. FREE.Chicago or Address Kcw York STERLINGC0 4J7 "$>i l05 SOUTH PALAFOX 8TREET.I ,





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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MAY 20, 1802a

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-p I i I qf'1 2i.Ji" -I: FRIGHTENEDA |I Ifto l Respecter of Rank:I l lI CARNIVAL Strongest t i in t theVorI1\\

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EWS 11 Politics andPoliticians I I 1 COMMITTEES 1 r
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I'. BURGLAR I I The -1'J: Annual Statement l.ir \ ,
Pen "colft.I Disease Lays Its Heavy Hand r
Entered at the post Office at t; I Ending: Decpiulier :11..(, toot
FU.. lecopd-clasi. matter___ APPOINTED it

OrriCKfJtf Building 211J !South: I I on Kings, Princes Presidents I

Palafox nrt-rt, up-stairs. 3i 'THE f EQUITADLE l[
m Z I At 3:40 o'clock thi morning a thief the Noble and --

THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. I ud9 an unsuccessful attempt to I '
A meeting; of the Pensacola Car-

I. B. HILftOX, Managing Editor.W. :I L. --....--....:: S- .1-s""l !, enter the residence of Mamie Gonzalez -, Wealthy, as Well as Those I|j nival association was held last night;LIFE !ASSURANCE[ SOCIETY.Assets

M. BALL, Business )Tanagpr.t : ; R'r're i dose. our best C:>l. Fred: I j i at the corner of Rees and ;: of oLw Estate. : at which tne resignations of Charles J .

1 \\ e've ev.n u."d the party whip.
Terms: Invariably in Advance$5 Chase streetbut was frightenedaway LeBaron, James McHugh and Walker . . ,
But tht"yon't rally! Col. Krecl.
I
One Year by Mail.. .. .. ; Ml i Hood i ifov'tueni'a got u. on the b ip. before he could unfasten the i [ Ingraham were received. I Reserve and ot.ler Li ,,
Six Months 23UJ:: Id't.
ities. . . _
,t One Week by Carrier. I'ayabh.Ionday: lu blinds, with! which he was fingering | In naming the standing commit-
, \\'e'r up a stamp, col. Fr..d. Paine's Com oulllI i -
:i i I when discovered. { Celery : Surplu* (from which DI\-
Adtertisirg Hates Furnished on Application i And we're op it JtooJ and strong ; t 'es. President Foreheiiner presented -
21 I dends are . .
paid 7; '
,I The game is up, Col. Fred. At about the hour named Mrs. !j a written report making timely I _
F1 TELEPHONE NO. LIB.PE'18MAY 'I l. the /U't'at C 1'.ttll'f'I'lIf Health
We now know where found herself
i i we were wrong. Gonzalez suddenly I I i recommendations to the several Paid to Policy-holder-

They're leaving us, Col. Fred, awak: Sae soon heard a noise outside \, for the littler and Hi. committees and pledging his earnestpersonal I 1001.1' :-j7-
New .
i Insurance
I in 19trl..s : ;
i I Toanswer tiood (> \'/ -'nt'scall; the house and undtr the win i HiiniMc-t Sul,j M-t. I ;
endeavors to make the carnival j Total In-urance in force
n 1 Your votB will be tl'w. lot. Krtil, dow if someone was: working- I! Dec. 31 H -
M | lJl."I.:; '.
i Sickness disease, of 1'JUt\ a brilliant success.
; : andufferiiig! respect -
: Your boon tiai bad a great fall.i '
:She: listened a short time watching' neither ruler norsubject. The Xotwithitflnding thp rn .it. '. .
is list of the commits
20 1902. Following a -
t i I the window in the meanwhile, and I noted and high born have Weir trials I vial strength; of the Society ..: '
It looks like the managers:; of the !land physical sufferings like thv! tees appointed : greater security wliiirli it- .

i Wot'Ui there be =o much d?.per- :i Myers Club will have to do their i I was much I surprised to see a man"i i.1! i n humbler stations. Social stand-: Finance Committee-Chas. Tnr- I holders thereby rujoy. tl I H I. \ _
ink and wealth cannot bar the are LOW and (
i I il'.1R,1V'I'E1
ate opposition to the pending i ithinun i work all over again Evidently they i, 'hand: thrust through the blinds a. i ito ifII I j of disease when the common pro1gress | | ner, chairnnn ; A. S. Oliver, A. H. tel' than given by other: LVI : -

11. canal legislation if some re- i inmeJ their executive committee lift the honk. At this the la-Jy rules of health are violated. |i D'Alemberte. I r

'+o publican senator-instead: of Morgan ,|I II screanaeJ and the thief quickly I Impure blood and weak nerves are! i'l Building Committee Jetf :Mc-
without first
finding out whether the
t -should enjoy the triumph of j responsible for many' of the common 1',! rtweeu, chairman ; Chas.Turner, Abe KXOWLES liliOS..
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,I appointees were with them or not withdrew his hand: and ran away in j diseases of life. 1 he experienced
therein
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success I physician will tell you that men and j : Daniel
I They now know that some of them a harry I women with pure. clear coursing f ; Invitation (committee. S. Oli- Generalaents..

p A cotP1I.ATION of census statistics '| at least, are not with then :So far :as she could discern, the ;; blood and well braced nerves, can i'ver 1 chairman ; J. F. McSween, W. 3t>9 K. Palafox St.. PENS\
1 m lde by the American Lumberman I i never become victims of rheumatism I
hand Mrs. Gonzalez saw was: that of' ,C. Jones.
shows that Florida's rauk in the list neuralgia, liver trouble, deibility -
"What do think of the initial I Costume Committee-Abe Daniel-, I
of states for quantity of lumber and i you i ja muhttfl.I headaches or sleeples-ness. i
meeting of the Good Government I It follow, therefore, that sufferers i chairman5.; : Oliver, E. W. Your
timber products in Is'.W:; was isth, I At daylight the cause of the noise Money
I from any of the ailments referred to;i ;Eliott.
and for value of same, 2nd. movement?" I a-ked a member of I
I.i I made by the thief was discovered: j should at once take proper measures I Printing Committee-\V. C- Jones,
> to cleanse the blood and feed the
the club this I
THE house committee on insular :f Myers morning./ : He had: found two empty boxes and i' j weak nervous system with propernourishment. : chairman ; John Oliver, J 0';. 1. Johnon. Bacl'I'I'IIOl' (

affairs has decided t,) recommend !I "0, that meeting was goggles to |had placed one on top of the other ;s: j

to u;," said tae I For the happy accomplishment of f''' Parade Committee-John (f. Oliver i
I j in order that: he could reach the
dalegate j this Important work, Paine's Celery I Ii 11' A
What do you mean by goggles?" ;i blind These he placed underneath ; Compound is the only safe agent th8'one chairman ; Cha'. Turner Jell \voii ) II'

I a-ked. great specific the only security j McSween.
wonder is that this has not been done I I the window and it was the noise he I against, deadly disease and death. I Transportation ClmmittE"f'-Ch'\*. I BUFFALOBaking

before. I "Why we've been trying to see I made while doing this by which the During these spring days, Paine'' : :Merritt, chairmanJos.; I, Johusun.! I

j through it," said he," but it's like 1 11 awakened. Celery Compound guarantees a perfect ; ..
lady was Il'hil'leJ one. I
P"n..al'ul a Snpciior J Spurt I'aem-I i regularity the bowels healthy
I Powder
(I looking through goggles ; it makes J appetite, sound sleep, good digestion; i
lied
!! WON'T FOLLOW1)1<.::1-: All'Kit In rpsl'n..e-t
f.' things look rather blue to us." I pure blood strong nerves and clear numerous inquiries
The New Orleans Picayune, in a' I P\YI\G: FOK IT. I brain, all of which mean full and I 'the following is publi-hed : The Does not Give Perfect

recent editorial said of the Morgan I robust health. I j 1 Pensacola Concert Hand will not be
11 I In a recent article a prominent t Satisfaction.Guaranteed .
"I met Fred Myers :Saturday" ; I Mr. );. )1, Sutton ex-Mayor ofj-:' at Magnolia Bluff tonight. Their
1 steamship combine: physician says, "It is next tv impossible t
said I Burlington, Vt., one of the strongest I concert and dance will be next
business
a man last "and his II |
Not only i- it proposed by the or-3 night, j for the physician to get pal and heartiest advocates of Paine'Celery s i i'Thursday night as usual.

"f' ganizers of the shipping trust to con- I tried b) talk with him, but it made 1 i l Units to carry out any precribetli I Compound in the UnitedStates ---.-- : f 4ti.
' ) trol the main transatlantic lines and i course of hygiene or diet to the I will
I tells us in the fullowinglette repair your watches and
me fed like I in cold |'smallest !
was storage extf'lltj he has but one resort -
I ; '
'I thereby entirely control freight; I' how he keeps well under all circum-| 'Jewelry j in first-class style. J. J
i
;la rates;, but it is also proposed, bJ't' ; He was as cold and stiff as an icicle j' left' namely, the drug treat- o stance? ; he says:- i i Stephens.i ; .
means of the monopoly of the ship. 'jment/I When medicines are u-ed I have often I! -
I ping, to control rail traffic in this ;| Evidently things are not going his i'I' for chrome constipation the mo-t l I People asked me his i You never heard of any one using
J ) managed to well for i
: country, as the combination will be' way in Escambia." !1 I mild and gentle obtainable, such; asI ,i out in nearly all keep kinds, of although weather:! 'i Foley's 1 Honey and Tar and not be- .

3 in a po-ition to divert traffic to the I Chamberlain's ritoaiach and Liver { and j ill:!: satisfied. W. .\. D'Alemberte, i
'1 greatew York lines by me.tusof j !I I Tablets] should be employed. Their j i 1 traveling considerably, I have 121 l H.Palafox treet.

t Favorable ocean rates thus diverting I j' That meeting lit. night was a I:'j I use i is not followed by con'-tipativii no aches has been or .ickne that ;;in-tead,;. My one of wait-answer -- I

back to .New York the business i hummer, wasn't it? I've been as they leave the bowels in a natural I until I
which has been to a 1 and healthy cou :ition. For sale sag am sick in bed and forced CONCERT AND DANCE ATI
elsewhere i
gravitating tn stop work lot awhile whenever I'feel 1 MA(;OLI.\ BLUFF THITU<
during recent ;great in' ay political meetings in my ::: by all dnigri-ts and u. Jiciue deal- -
f years nut-of-sorts the least bit, I take DAY J Ji NHill'P. '1"11AT: !8. l h0I : Absolutely Pure

1.: : Possibly, there might be -ome ; time but that was the most wonderfully I"rs.: __ i i,i I Paine's Celery Compound, which i I p I AND LA-a':; TRAIN RE TURNS -- -- -

'. ground for fear that the interests of'' 1 keeps me well and strong. It is a'''AT I Ilr;)(t. TICKETS; ; ;; CEtT'AT *. It makes
that I
repreJt'lth'eIthpring delicious
; bl
\ =ant
:: the transcontinental railway lines !; CASTING STEEL i i I !great deal better in my opinion to'' DEPOT. flu, etc.
..
L I stet saw Why, there were men !I take a iiu'dicme that keeps one --
would be favored by the You can prove thi.bv
steamshipmerger v (-Ii. rather than to for sickne :
wait -
;" there I never before saw in a political : ''. < If you are thinking of moving WTFFA1 On trial.
and its managers: but for the TRUSS BEAMS 1'and then hunt around fat a uledi- I I

fact that there same managers; at a ; meeting, and they were enthn.- : cine or a doctor to cure the siekne-. ;j I-ee Harry Hallmark or call phone ; 0'( A I" E :MALI

time : simultaneous i iias'.ic; The I ]have: been a hearty advocate oft, I Kato- .t .
practically with too. sand (Soverument \ --- I
; let
Paiue'Celery Compound since it'' !Pal and him quote you price He

that when they obtained control of ': movement i is invincible. If I were a i i| I'lttfffllr the! immense -teel{I was fir-[ made, a !great many year- ; .. !' AJ-.
the ocean lines, secured control of a |''candMitel ago i and have yet to hear of a case in has the bp-t -pring floats in the city.ORtNGE I t.# _Y : i't-,
: wouldn't witit: them to tru-- beam- be u-"d in the con- I ; .
series of rail -
direction and a tired: in direct coin I:I oppose me, and if they did. I'd qua it: =truction -.f the! beautiful l'hri L i
.. I ,I 1E-'r--
DIAMOND DYES cMm b Iual..d '
petition with the lines which supply l before I got completely snowed un- church building were made MINTIs r ( "
: y-ter- XfVi iTOlik r.i'Wnrc nI ip'ire! .!fl1tatlifl.e .. It 1 ;;:)
I 1-, ,
New Yo k's export tnuie with trand I I flay, and the casting pr.!cess will bl .-..... "( /", j ,
1 1 i
L { '
rtHi.u. ./
p i NeDrink :.JI !
j l: done this week. a I
The puruha-e by parties re presenting j': Hon. E. U. U.iley, candidate for i VISITORS .;.--: I \ "..:.:> ... \'I If

Morgtn k Co. of .1 controlling's; ;' senator in Jefferson county, i is I I The contractor has figured! to let TOBE -- \i 1- 1' )

interest in tin- J.tHlI.\'iIle kash- i! all the work possible to local i iudu. /.
INVITED
j waging a unique and lively campaign : .ANDERSON'S.: : :

yule sy-tdll was followed by a transaction iI! made more interesting by picnics tries, and this steel casting is among ,IJ 1imay. \

whereby\ that concern, in --
combination 1 the most important aiidexpen.ivee i \

with the :Houthru system, : and barbecues;, to which hi* I' __ !I Visitors to all the primarychuol- '.u;'. ; .' ; . 1Y' ., .... _. I

obtained e.utr.11..1 the! Chicago, In- 1 enemies as well a-, his friends ar In r' *p diauu polish ],..Hli-'ill.rolilroad. with i S i invited. following; i is published : The 1 j 1 will be invited to come and **f thee "LATEST CREATIONS"II ( t vI

P''n=ac"l C'liicnrt Hand will not b i ,.
t results of the closing schola-tic!
excellent and valuable terminal fa1 1 yeart -1J : I|
s at MiijrnolH lihiff tonight. Their i IF Yor, HAVI:: .
cilitles at each of its extremities, i Hon. Israel J. McCall and his active 'Iit".rt< and duce will be .. a; week from tomorrow, and there >Hih"Crsde> TON \

thus affording to both systems an lieutenant, Editor J..l l. Carl Thar-d'ty in/lit; !: a- u-u:il. {!jean be no doubt but what will be :J Stationery, >. j jS A Quick Lunch
'
entrance into C'hioigo! : and to the OFFICE SUPPLIES, .ot |
of found will
well Ja= h"vebeen down be pleasing and satisfac
per t :
rsoutLeru an ttitrauce into New Or- !j THEIR Npw WHY xor DO n UKOur '
LEAVE Pi rindip'-tl
I Hrflrr? ?
; ana
St. ;
leans. Tins combination was notj'j Augustine trying to get the ;; tory. iynpulu I lllultluului '
I I -ervicp i i- ari':>i made in the interest of New Y rk's' 'Coast voters interested in Mr. Mc'call's j: On the felton Thursday patrons : I',V. 1 If K :7 !j waiter-, perfectin'i- ,_ .

, export trade, but for a purpose directly '' candidacy forslate comptrol-l l STORES OPEN' will be urged to attend the cloinsday's '. Parker "Lucky Curve"t; 'I modern facilities: c:m 'u:J.r" ,

teiiminutfater <' :1. it
opposed to that interest, viz
: |If'r. exercises of -
:
public h.'ol N-. Fountain Pen. :' ; hunger without
The continued and I iii\i.ri'!
'
largely expanded 1
development of export trade between THE POLITICIAN. |ii Darius: h-t ui-I.t: s.venl 1 irjej I. and all who go will be urnarauteed CENNETT'SLn'.l'slit. :J ; ti.Jj.rrh.

the Northwest and the i :t day of extreme pleasure. J- ....... ;: Oth) ('cHfiU'J
markt e f j greerysbr were left .p"-n uuul: 1 \: .f. 1' "e !n, ,?
Uoitlit Ip a Cunre.vurtn. I .Superintendent Cork was thi- I
; II ,%. ..
:
Europe by the shortest :end Most direct I i about midnight on acc.iunt of the : Uestaiirunt_0*
"At the end of the campaign," I i moruing bti=y getting together the -
lines of !
land truL1sI)"htioll to ; .
writes Champ Clark:, Missouri's extreme heit. publicly exhibited spelling blank "( rvni vftri..tv..r \,
i i
the spjboird. i ,
'I brilliant congressman: "from !i which had -; 'H'illy prepared 'in1 -! "<
Each of the been placed at different
-tnrf'I n are under the 1
The Picayune further "14\-, : i work nervous tension, loss of o\"l'r-1 r v1 CEOR' ht-ry e.tting
I! and immediate i i portions of the city and which s i: Our 'andwi! 'u- '' 'I l ; .
The practically absolute power constant speaking I had about aupervi-iuu of a watch: t. !i. ) !r'. I j.
which the utterly collapsed. It seemed that all I caused favorable comment. j .b 1 are really delijjhtful.
shipping trust places i in I I man. This plan was adopted<< in or- '. ,
the hands i.f a few corn is a seriousUKUUCP the organs m my body wore out of t I I't"f' 171.I .
to all the other ports of the J order. but three bottle! of Electric !der that the heat would not affect : lift: 1"\\1.\: I. :t i I

rt'Ulltnthrnt1 h rate fuvnrabk Bitter made vie all right. It's tht> .: perishable roods in stock. i .Ultl.. Itiiil\t; i:cr.titii'sIP/h\) ;: Pearl & Blumor,

to New York Mi'Uid; tifutralizc! the best ali-rouiul medicine ever !sold< 1 216 S.\ Pal.ifox.St.\

natural uavaiitageof the southern aver a druggist; counter." Over I[ athin;- in thf warm s!ulf wat'r< i- M ___
lonte ana place tins .section aba ut wo.koJ, run-down men anJ weak Foley's I Honey and Tar 'coutaiJl 5 conceded to be the liuet in tin ;

where it wi-: htrfri the enterptiseof,f fickly women gain splendid healthand n-+ opiates and can safely! beliven ': world. F.verythinsi! forplea"urf vi-uf, t ;

the No! tit and ,South railrond- vitality from Electric Hitter;;. safety, iood board nail loij"m-if. b.- u 1r Now?; ,\ verted the gram of the West for1fhipment !i Try them. Only 50c. Guaranteed: by ;: to children. 1Y..1. D:1lenlbertt e, rhedayor week. Liiucluon [JrnmptI

vi'. soatht-ro port, instetof td ,11'.1. IVAlemiwrte, 121 South i'a [. '! 121 B. Palafox. ,rp'.t.. I ly served at all h' ms, t.iy (,r ?iu't. If, ;".
through :\t'w'Irk. :If'JX Street. i -' '
f"rmHlr
as was i L'HAKLEa II. IiriiT'iN): ,
the I nil'. It is ju-t-ach tyranny i 4 I CONCERT AND D.XCET ; 2m-tf Mai..i/' ;\ !'. < .

as this tli.it, tu.iketi'w tni-t. od: 'ii* ; :MAOXOLIA HLIKF FHl'RSDAY 'It 1 r. i..'U-I I : t

in the tyeot the people, and which! }t \iulf'. JltAlNSATh! sit AS D'i : Elegant vhinn Closets : 'Ij :
must -.>iier or later encoiupa** their That j9. LAST TII'RKIlkX"I! AT r u'i' 1nit.r ,

downfall.! I Ul>. TICKrilSs 25 CENTrf. AT sideboards and Ifutherscat I [ : : ii-, I.

Considering the fact that min of; Tired Feelings 'DEPOT. chairs at Mui-tinti' $

the teri.iini oft{ the! new COWl>ill.lt '>nis Jut n u's. Low prices; easy 7'lamIt's ::> }:: ,)

at New Orleans wlii'-h! p )r*. a Common Spring Troutlo. IMPROVEMEIITS AT payments

would if all thinsrs were equal -.hur'* : --_ ; Latif" '. II
It's a i i.n that thii'iiMxl! i dftii'iont THE COURT HOUSE - -- .

in its; prospective tratlic between th rt in vitality' jo t ..1ni"'e' anti Manton tj- Quina I for : ;'1041 '
oth.!
; | r carry Mistake( .
area of production auj the place of i w' ; ; . . . . .
eruittiiMN an -Ign-' tint! the biooJi rhH! .Jown-: inmterr.ir of tie the largest line of matting i
export such !lal1uIIR can h! '" iu-- inipunIt' -. iJ"d -' "r" .,.", -. "'I If.Jllt..' 'II

counted for upon no other liypothesis courthouse annex is now in the rugs, window shades, etc. fo .
,
U :
: !'J..r
a t First-Class Western "
wansSn <"> which only the! Beef l Is I
than! that the Picayunecut* hands of kal-omiuers, and before in the cityWe lay our : grad.f.,: . . .. . '
haz'inl'u-: iii ;o !I.!"< d.
the
the danger in coiiibin-itiou to the end of this week -ome of the fife.Foley's Not 25 Cents a Pound.
matting 1902 Columbia
*. guarante'e'd'four >r
New Orleans''l'et transportation li'Ithe :
Hood's Sarsaparilla's m'H: delicate of tinted kiloiniuiug'miy .
", going .
Illinois Central ; or tint journalsecretly I year ; at
b? seen there. This will bean Honey Tar Look at our Prices :
and
recognizes the enormous Pills improvement of great: note, since &)=- 14'ityear.o
(
\\
ad vant.g-e-* a I ort of export, possensed Remove it, ,rive new life new cour- all the insjghtly i pencil marks and inscriptions orchildren.safe.sure._ h __A'o__opiates. }j t: Extra Loin. .. . .. l-5c to I3c loc

Pensacola, whenever the ,, age, strength and animation. | will be hidden: by the pro.tLe Plant a spring garden. \'(I i Round ... .. .. . Joe 15c; ( SIMPLY ASTONISHING!
occasion; shall arise fir a choice as i ibetween Brisket and Chuck-. Sc Uk.(
They clt>an e the blood and clear: cess other improvements will be The Willis Hardware Co. Rib Roast ... .. .. lac the I
this alid'ther Gulf .
combinations port : complexion. made. can sell YOll the tools cheap. Ramp ... .... I5c 15c
Tne Morgan by sea - --- -
Accept no snb-titnte. Garden tools Considering:\ quality, above price I Buy a Wheel. Work has begun
and land, may be "tru t', but thl"Y' in endless
BANNER | are than
cheaper in
"I felt tired all the time amt coa'.d not SALVE any other city of the .
street You <
can o >i)
*
are not in restraiutoftralleorinmo l" larietyand at rock'tbottom this slz'i in the country.
sleep. After taking il.xt's Mreapani'a! hc most healing ealve lnVvwort:*
cal to the rights or interest: of in-i a while!! I could sleep well and the tired prices at the Willis Hardware We do have to pay more for our fide everywhere.
If want a nice meat=. and have
you present to giveto to charge
dividuil citizens: and on the contrary more
foelins: had pote. This great medi b.e has Co.'s. and look than
a friend go through the formerly, but It isn't our fault.
are directly contributory to aso cured me of scrofula" 11a+. C. M. O. ..BTOIZIA.Bearitlia : elegant line of suitable articles at and we are selling as low as we possibly

the expansion of our export trade ROOT, Cil+tad, Conn. J. I. rttepbena you surely can find can.
Its Kld Ysi Hztf aHal: 3cgM
and hence favorable to the best injereits iHood's' Sarsaparilla promises to something to please yoa. If von B.

,4: of the country at large. I cure and keeps the promise. j I Bptue! fl i? I want anything in the Diamond tine I, PARLOR MARKET, j BHUGE.r .
1il be sure to see him before yon buy
a ta( I( Phone lass .Inu. S. Hell & fiuu,'

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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY MAY 20,. 1902. ia4

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r/j.FOSri,. C O' C"Al-=E.Vice-President, President: ; Condonsod Statement" : or the f.M.C.E.NORTON CLARK Ass't Cashier Cashier.; j I:. THE WEATHER R. HALLIDAY & CO. [#I IJ .




AMERiCAN" NATIONAL BANK TO-DAY ___ r J,:-':1

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OF PENSACOLA, FLORIDA AT CLOSED OF BUSINESS; MAY 12, 1902RESOURCES. I Extraordinary Values in Worthy Merchandise. t 1.j 1.

I LOCAL 'OREcAST-Fa'rtcnlgbt and Wednesday j .
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LIABILITIES.54.7JjJ71.4T : -
. . .. . .. . . ;light to fresh windmostly south I'
: ; Capital Stock .... .. .. .... .. ...... .. .. 1
$?00.00o,0o erly.
'. . .. .. ... . . . 42.u: >614 ... .
... ..
Surplus Fund. .. .. ..... .. .. !
. .. .... ...... .. .... .... :2j4.33: ; Net Profits ..... .. .. .... .... .... .. .. 10000.00 7c::!651 ,' Decided Reduction for the Coming J:

,. iid: Premium .... ........ .. hh.0.JO( Rediscounts .... .... ..... ..... .... .... Temperature in Last 24 Hours : S rVeek
j Fixtures.... ..... .... .. .... 6.718.43!: Circulation ..... .... ..... .... .... .. .. 12l.4uu.00/ :, Maximum...... .?_.........._.... .......... kldree '
. ..... ... .... ... .... ...... &1 7.5 Dividends; Unpaid. .. .. ..... ... .... .. .. 73.UOOOU 15.00 Minimum ..?._.... _......_......... > degrets .\ !, I., .

A' tue! ..... .. ... ... ..... le2S93b1: Dt'po..it...... .. .... .... .. ..... .. .... .. .... 3Eu.32I5I! 1J :i Elsewhere
I Temperature : All our Printed Wash Fabrics that formerly sold at..l c, now 12l.Cc 'i,

flll\j( ).OI J774.262.01 |'i )1 n. Mia., All our Printed Wa-.li Fabrics that formerly sold! at. ... .. 20s, now l.>cAll ;.i i
I .Stlanta.- ...... .._ 'l ;* .
? :' nel! for basins October 2:{, 19 0.! We respectfully solicit your patronage; and we will givE I Ki .-i_ imnt\ courteous and careful attention. I' ('bl'l1u: ... ..... .._.. ... .... .l ;,1
|' .........._"...__.-_..... kS 70iGaiveston our PrintJ \Va-Fabrics that formerly: sold at .. .. ..83c: now :!:jc ;r
Interest Paid on Time Deposits. : ._.. .... ....... ,J 7s
.m. ?
Huron "m _... ... ......_.......? 7i 4"Jacksonville > For One Week only we will oiler our entire line cf White Goods, in:1::1
.. .........-4 +< .lie--'French
KsnsnsLity, ........ ..... ..... .. ** i4 cluding 4 Orn'in; Lawn, Persian Lawns, India Linens, etc. ; |
West ...?..... ..... ... .. ... 71 71 al-o our entire }line IIf Table Pura-k*. Napkin. Dn'l'ifs,1'owpl! etc., and '
B H. FAIRCHILD, THE DAY OF 1 1PCJUUSTICE1! Mempbts ...... ..... ..... .... ..... M our whole stock of }:lack Dress Goods at a rJptcial Di-count of 12V1." :)
THIS WAS .. .. '''' .... ... ... -l 7"MontRomtrv '
; ..... ... "! 7J i iChauJise
''' '' This i* Hire to Purcha I Seaondbe and Htarle Mer-
rr x'IIOLf.: 1* 33 n T3 IT. -i I'W Orleans .. .......... ...... >>< 71 a Opportunity 'II
i EMANCIPATION ('W York ... ..... ..... .......o' V at figures very close to Whole-ale Cost. '
EAST RO.'ANSTREET.' : \' .. .. .. .... .... -, ,;,
: .I Ii I I }sots .... ._ ,w 71 ALL OUR WHITE SHIRT WAISTS AT BARGAIN PRICES. !::
Ii i Rirnishinj Fjrnifjre a.
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S /IJ.fph.one /. Today is the 37th anniversary of MARITIME. SPECIAL :

40G. ] the emancipated negro and the col- Jose Emanuel, a native of (::\lIao, ., .

i ore.l citizens generally are celebrating and a seaman from the Norwegian; --- 100 Black; Silk Umbrellas. 26-inch, Steel Rod Close Roll, i

R. K. WHITE, | ji the happy event in various steamship sauna, complain to the ForMaylodate EXPORT ... <"'-!,-r\5 Natural and Sterling Silver Mounted Handles that \

|i ways.j police station at t; o'clock this morn- 1\
I
... : Mamifailuring Jeweler | AKRIVFD Sold at and $3.25 ;
$1.85 $2.50
r :j i5i.j picnics are being;\ held at Palmetto Ing that a woman had stolen $27 from Tug Albert N Huuties. K--y W....t for t;al- Formerly ,

i 1'jiluate Optician, I leach and Kupfrian's Park him while he elept. : veston, put in for \\iter
:
For this Sale $1.50. I
.r n M. PP.arol., 11. and the Masonic rders are enjoyingthe A warrant was issued" for the ('LEAEU.Nor .
Mir/npore, IIi; Tohn>en, by Kr I :,
I day across the bay. woman who proved to be Edith I JuluHHi-iirexer.lor llainburi: with MSKII* -- -- i
I i l ii ft lumber, ili"l) ) s tt sawn umber, \aiue I; ::1
o '- The dummy line is maintaining a Walker, an inmate of a questionable;:; I Ire..ort 11 11:1.IIMI R. HALLIDAY & CO. I
Am tech IVndleton
-.r----.r--V-l- II' IJros 7e'1.1: Uneeland by
,: !Sunday schedule this afternoon for at the corner of Main and SS LCo. tnr :-if'ork, withvT.'Mia: K ..airbet ; ,
11 hardwood los
1 the benefit of the many colored pa. Baylen street. She was arrested. 193. 33 and 36 Palafox Street.
$JEWS NOTES i I BAILED.I Telephone ":
In the I
i Irons, and an excellent car service to mayor's court today, attiredin I Nor 11& !renna Chrlstt'n..n,TampiooATQUAKAMINF.

:and from the park. I all the finery pos-ible, she was I I

'-,./ _. charged with being a dangerous and i \ .)$SSEE THE% ._ .
Hr ss Cynthia 1c!$; deans,
In to Santo to W S dLadies'
'.. response numerous inquiriesthe
are now prepar- suspicious: character. She pleadednot K'Her.i Co
following is published : Ihe It bkCoIuntbini, t1", l'arOtlI.Iontentleo.
I Bayou Grande to Pen: acnla Concert Band will not be g-uiltyand was represented by to order
;, Hr bk J H :\1 ar&ters. is.', Frank. Belize to l.f
at Hlulf I
Magnolia toiiL'ht. Their
ier motltts.du ; S. )T. Loftiu, E-q.. i' order Tan Oxfords '
'concert und dance: will be next -
; : ; at the barge oft ': Thursday, night: as u=nat. I Emanuel the prosecuting: witness, THE SHIPPING. .,
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t i. :mornin Hobo had
said through an interpreter that: the .,
.: !L': :ibout the barge office j ji WEEK-END EXCURSIONSTO 1 VKSSKLS IN PORT.
woman was: in his room before the
I
.f 'If years and always SI :AMlHIIS. j1c
". :i I. I trmtmentfrom every PENSACOLA money disappeared; but when he la-\tlantt'n.13t.j.IS\'t'n IjUinber Co en, to 1'enatoo- A MONDAY 1 $ :

I I woke up the money was gone. Transit Span Frnnctca,1 C'o .!., Kthevaeria.: to (iu:t I

.J\ I.I K. will lOh.lre ubr 'I'3vutheasteru Pa-sengerAs-o- The mayor: decided that the case Kr (ileneopZM.( Cooper, to order i'
: ; Br Hornby aitle, ii-Vi! iiaudge, to Unit WORTH FROM I I J
: ciation has adopted week-end ratesi Transit (0
: for
: : tirr.w) night at C. K. of i was one investigation by the HrtcaafenI9MartinsentoliultTranpit ; II I

il l1.! gll-iIe.-i of importancei j for the summer season from interior county authorities and bound the Co
i, Vermont, i77. Otborne, to C W Ha-
'" "-..inutedin 1 all members j j.j points to ummer re-orts, including geruian $ to I[
I woman ovtr. Emanuel made an i ... 1.50 3.00. ..
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: 1'1 -: to :! present. j
i t I"en-acob.: The sale: of tickets will affidavit against her charging grand Lumber Nor King I'enric, i'ouUen, to IVn'ieola i
eo .
'. r..j'-; '' .. uumerou-i inquiriesfolliwiii '\ begin S LtLrd:1June i, and continue larceny. Justice Wolfe heard the "ARK.i -, 1" ;
.. i The I :- or A tint lie 117% 15jonn,., to-l: :05: LCo FOR
: puhh-hed
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I on each S iturday until August :2.1. case at 10 o'clock and held! the defendant Rug Albu.nnti.Snail. toM :-; ""('0
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'. ''i-ico.i! L"'hc'rt laud will hot beMinolii :Nor Hirma, \rI.JolinMiii! to order "
i The round trip rate between Atlau- nndei bail to appear before It (CiUlseppp Altjunilo!, )loot}, to Uoa .j
muff .
tniiurht. Tiieirjrt -co KrosKua

and dance will be next! t'L and IVn-acwl.i N >t> o9.\ From the July term of the criminal court. i'i Kus Mnia.i7nr Hera, HW. Ho ""ghlolll., to Pensacola tOSS L(Lain'o 4 $ 1 .45t

i iy iuitauual.! liiniiiughatn, Montgomery, etc., a The bond was given at once. brrn .
.. It IBrtinin, i.'!, Xno.. to order
'A-'; to ,Fpeud a delightful : lower rate will be ;given.li.it -- -- -- -- I Nor 'liuI\IIOrl', 1171; Jolinton to II I! ....., ,
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'In.hI" '.: '?.)then.: ;Mothers: Huger
"'i the 1'pworth LeaRiie |I I :OorIatnurll.. 11'<;1. Kruuegaard!, to S P
I ;
> \\' 'I.i.. I"''. \..-, :Noc-,1 How ", any rlnlilrfn are "I tbi> ..."'-on tftcrishand hotter toNor
'. tonight: bteamer'i run. -\1pH..d, \\ lilt bail htonacand 4 lhuaon, 7H Hindi, to S r Shelter BOSTON SHOE STORE I I1'11
,1 II-IVA Palifoxharf \* a srfute1power of digesting and j i Iu".imillting' hrndteh. MotlnT? (irl\\'"'- -."....t 1'ow- Co
lon-tiililrHii) willalaoy'cure. K normsitrr Itsaiut. d.- lhrdovul, ijuttrto. ,
Carry bath fOld For then Dr.j i prf.cit tin'\' will to olderKr !
.rp.; your j i-'itainly nm.iveIhiin
j King's New Life f illi work \vnnJer4. At all drive;:it,. :.i <.". Miinpliamiilitl WiMnootl., Huserahf, toordt-r I
\ \ : '.
(ke a dip in the urf. j' h'Uh' i': Auu.-.Allen $. Olinstt-d. I Rus \'staiitiCil.ialtoneu.tob 1'hiiotter VN < ; l'OIIIII'IU: : l'Iupl'i(4ot" .I
They tone and re ulitethidisptivel: I l.fKoy..N. \ Co i
if liis I i trial by (!ourt1'1. i org ,ns, ;gently expel all poi-'lI from i .. '- 111(11.;. leaders of Low Prices. 117 South Palafox Street.Don't .
It l> .
C'' IS. S. Nt-uuianu ijthe j i: -.y-tHii. "enrich tie! blood!, improve | ALBERT li HUGHES ue Worelle B I4in.:Costa K" to ord..r"l'IIIJ" -

Lorplias: been di- 1 i appetite nuke hfilthy tlh.. i, Am Jiriics: A (iarrirld.401. Dill. to 14S L('
"I Only, 2'nat W. .\. I'Al >uib"':rte'-. i Am l.i/zif B Willt-y.j.'i: ttivers, toordT I Let Your
:,ueervice., He WIS;: i! 1IIOo.utIJ I'.tL'ifnxIrret.. BOUND FOR GALVESTON I Au Vnrj II Morse, 5iU. DMbury, to Juo

rharKt i "r'caud.lllJu;; :;, 1 I Merrill Am l't!-*111l'tou to Bros, ill;. Kuecland, to c / |i Carriage Run Down

!iin_' to the de"tructi"Il'' The Jiut"n line: of sterling tlr( rsouls I I SSLCo -
The! tug Albert X. Hughe- Xew Lr I;moo i:, Foster to master f.r WJI.t pf little( rel'oir.Td:. :a t
and silver! novelties is I -
1 to bej )
i- dl-g th..l.tw- found at J. I. -p'en-! !J. Prices t<, ;; York put into port this morning for UtCLEAREllANIISALELrONPP.aacaLe c- -S / tiu ttr* ('.."t nnv !I'.' trllinr.! 'A
i .f i ''M-
I :i-l! 1 "'>l'iUCt to tile prpjl1- ____ _______ I water. ."r.A !Unr6. eau ;} iri't. do irrn-rt: .. wiiron: -p'irn t? in fall -
: "'r'(IT :.n,1 i military dza"sh I The Hughes is i four day out Knda Horn. tier, sld London March il I i :! i I' br.-.nt : t-. :,' !lowi-,t I'l'iC&iI, f ',
: ,
PLEASANT BAY PARTY /azpirak Hat 8pan.' sid Bilbao Man'li :'JBl ( i'u1ijrr tut "II w..rk to b.- I i-tnctly
1 from Key Nest bound for Gal- I .kS .,,,.
I' I Alexander Lnwreuce, >or. INi, Kotirio -i 1i"-.t :\hh-j-nrv -i-clt! equal ;
GIVEN LAST NIGHT i ii i ve-tou with three oil tanks con- j; March i I f'i Ii. w in fj I ; enrauc-r' durability
:.. a 6rrur 4.tret. i Anita S, It,.;ff-5. at Teneriffe NOT inKarsagliere. s !.m tH.Il, .J.bIJu; pr.tJ'j tly "XP1'lTpl. -
I i: -lulled to tnetrreitpr New York Oil It. bid ana March luCtiynan '
ho.vi Ii..tu'tiin J t.1I2, u' Manxiileh lau 11
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i' ;,uz/'eth"b' < -t 1)ht..itt-, .\ very plca-ntit bay puty wasit'rll : Company.' Captain Tf1mpol1 is in '"li\\ Mimtit, it,,skI Ii, alit.lal"I.fitb i{ April:au I'JrglUla it.a'it..tfa *!> ir t. I I H..t H'f1'N.r! Itlwllrt.It(;:-,

t..l l li Ur. Kn.Xw. Ii-- ,' lilt uiirlu tlie Life Clmll1llld: of tlia' ve. l and : ,.
to H'ilig- i {? statesthat .J. jI. Hilliard a to.
i
_, ,or U ?I-unit\'uoii. H, re ; .t.1' j hen \ Jordan. Am. sid Ni-w fork April +! tw'rkc r .
:' :in honor IIf )Mii : he will leave NeliicV:! tlowl..lt.11I.. -id New lurk i
It "-uf- out th- pt'I'! ':';::nl'ud gluon ; hill Hat- ;I probably this afternoon 1 '
inf.d IIIU\II-, .llId I I t-'.- tl "' April J I No ;M Fq-t O.inien Kt IC.O.MEUX r
t-Mxr of Fort Dcpoiit. Ah., and for hi-* hidratmatinu.;:
"M"'.: oxjr"-n < 'irii-ti l .inJ\.fl- 1 -- -- 1''ny.I:''l*.ml stop. he TU kliai >
ti,,,' I '.' :1. It :lfii:- 'f >: it,11 III!' diwoi.i I.1i'I I. 111s31: mule Finlny of Pollard Ala.:1ntn !| "I btnoil: ill A JluujthtI icd'Juuk1y aUaia WIl.unautlIOC III ta: ,"tu'uatLXt1' ; :11
ti''ra'tt :and Inn.-. H..r. I .
: tioe! who were preient'wi ; I
''i- ,1,1tllhhnru' l fouifl1-: MMIII with my east oil and eatuht thit !

i I t.- P:'. KM.New Di-c vtry. 'r<' :MiLonisp Bfiiifiy. Joel !t wretched cold" says the -ulferer.I ? lIon \T by LUll in;! It1CFIW'i1Nl': : ... COLLI ca:.. i
i.".-I nfiliible; reuiedy for ,iu! I He need 1I"t pay a heavy penalty i.he \ !\ )
,i"tint: ) L n'!, di-"a-. 'iruirani > >iifr> :MinniiFi'ilay! Fillip: Hat- : follow his act of folly with an act your furniture ..t ;:;O 1 t .The '

: lwI.) .. ;;:'I clu.j ij.iio Trial teni'-r ; M-'--r-. Timothy Harley, !S of wi-dotn. Soak the f"ft in hot at Marslon Quina's i iGca.t Bar-Lock I Typewriter.

fr.-.. 'itV.. .\. D'Aumberte'iith -, water with a few tea-pllnllful tof
Piliforeet.. : W. :M. Howe-. MiK-hellTouart, Joe P rry Davi-'Painkiller in it. Take Furniture Empo-I :-OLD (OX INSTALMENT: ['LAX.I'W ,

I 1 t : and tiel_ \\'. I! a tpa.'i>ooiifnl of Painkiller in hot rf urn. '
'ot'\'OIY Rupert; :MrM -* :\ ):At dine,; F t/ IUIIIJnl fur Olll Om.. hHIII'I'P af I'dlrl ::1'I IG2g25as
[ sWf'etf'llI'tI water at bed time and be ;
FrJty'S Honzy ana Tar I lli"' Witt ind Judge Umf acted : thankful: for --hr.ple and "pf'| -edv a '-.--.--- ,I[

(!Jr. colds, prevents pneumonia tr. t- cli.ip'; .rotif. war: tll.br"sak up a cold! ilirrr: iI i- t25'2''::'25252525252Set3li4@3Q84136fliS1 R
I but OIK Painkiller, Perry Davi-'. .
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'" '",.,... '" .. .' .. "' "' "'..... .. 6t nl I' C/..-- // L1.* @tils
,-. -& ..'O."". ... .. ... ... .4) .. '.N..w..r.'I".. "...w ...,......9'f".Ab.: ..11\ i BRIDE IS 63 : SAVE YOUR : // l oHE
r rJ r .t' iJ tREAD :
0 ot "
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u1 L' I./ /; 4 111. .
... ..; .... GROOM IS 74 (, MONEY: (, [" ,,:;y S
t t .0 ,,0 r-J, 'J TJ. ) LOW* I ifI u
V iii -r
-- "Lii :1" Gl.
:JSOLCAHN&CO'Sl fzeassosy.aecasce: :t'a a" f 'J Wsettrt! t. eoessea4
1 Ju U'P this
McCiillagh mon'iug; i"- .
2SEc; 2E 2.E r5cec: a,
sued a marriage licen-e to James

F- 'Ut111'ILL PINi tf Hiker and Ellen: Mitchell, and tluwedding -

1 p will tak "b place ;.,,,-,,ibly to-
. .. ,0 t I Your Chance to Save
. y.4 --- .- III-lt: : MoneyON
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f I A poculi feature of this w..ddiul
A- ,I
!! ..SMTriFIELD! I HAMS. jj the fact that the bride and groom } -- A FEW USEFUL ARTICLES.hY 1

are ON and H years of sire rp-pect-

.\., '- _. ':.ot I I ively. They: are I'nJ.'rLd. It i i- intpp.led Cur Eiire line i of 50c Sunfan W1it'i ii'! ? Liw of H wai }
'- "-' -- --- '"C: \ : : :! !d1 cor DIBNOM. -

.. -. "---. h + i i f'ur! nuptnl l day be ceie- r. : 3 9 C : : : I:: C

f. ;mtl the }best of ever ti ?n-p. ;generally brlt".1, on t'Uthe ::57'.h anniversary; S (burr S Stito, Ckeice I It h! l w n ij,,) and KJrJ, Chmc tJ 9

oi t'i -ii t alJ'iutillu.! ,,
kept in a First= Class Grocery Store. f. j : 1J: IHnH.-f)
All kinds of chairs and tt


i ....FLORIDA AGENTS.... ;' rocking chairs at Marxian Apron Gingham, per yard 5c

I Ouina's. Prices are very
FOIt Till:

k [Jw. Barred Muslins and Lawns per yard 5 8% and lOc
,
;
f.j? Abita Springs Mineral Water. $ CONCERT AND DAXCK AT

MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY: I
I NIGHT. TRAINS; AT 8. 8:30 AND We have au Assortment of CHIMMtHN'S DlilNSIN, e to 12 years You can ave the of '
expense
9. LAST TRAIN RETURNS: AT hem made. A few of the many style* of these" garment* shown in Window having 11

, Agency Nunnally's Candies. 11 :;j(0. TICKETS: 25 CENTS, AT Diplay,1.-,
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DEPOT. jtff-A Good Assortment; of H and 17.tach EMBUOIDERKD lj
-- -- FI.OUNCIXH Just
Received for !
, wait*. They are Excellent. Under- i
$ Corner Palafox and Intendencia Streets. $ Marston $ Qidna are sole \\l

<* agents for the celebrated

i Telephone 178. ." .* Pensacola, Fla. I II Odorless refrigerators, ,

absolutely guaranteed or W. J. & B. FORBES.

I S money refunded. 1

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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA FLORIDA TUESDAY. MAY20, 1902

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PEOPLE OF THE DAY __-__._-._ ___J-t- -.ri-- Lt
SHE MADE

Stead a. Prophet.A : MRS. HELENA BLAV

HIM BRAVE sensation in the book world Is William cI ,

T. Stead's "Americanization of Young Milwaukee Society Woman.

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this latest --
the World. Interest in con
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[Original! ]
I' tribution to current literature Is not i : thousand cured The woman w} ) a< .

There !!s !n rury one. howeverstruiiff. lessened by the authors close connection -i I I women have written ered from f m31II'!: d. .
I '
bound
which! is I
wpakiits
som
fell Wine of shouli do
( with the late Cecil Rhodes whose to how aajthinj r .
,V? to show iJ.-i-lf! KIOIHT or Liter. Such will provides for the education of _IJ Cardui bestows the reason to !s>'cur..
.t' ; was the CUM with at Oxford. Mr. Stead
.1& who at twenty-eight h.id served two American youth I woman who takes it, rich cine that appeaU t. na? ..

ailments! In the United Suites army and poor alike. Mrs. ble women-wo:. a a

t with credit He hud entered as a private Helena Blau, No. 123 Seventh hold operations an ,:" ,

1 and come out as tint Horgcaut of Street, Milwaukee, in hrror-wom"n ., : '
.i-A WU., is one of the young that Nature u the b' si";
Is- lilt.ha'l"llIg been mentioned I
his
company.
women whom Wine of Car sician. Wins uf taT

wal times for gallantry in I dui as rescued from a life :tin HtltM BlllU. gives women b.it'k' -

action. The reason why he did not enlist of suffering. She writes: _- health by giving Natur a
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for anothir term was because be Ladies Aid chance to build up the wa.jte Mrs. Ellen Ripley Chaplain I "Vine of Card is certainly 'worn
bad fallen In love with a pretty 'am- eased tissue. Wine of Cardui regular ,

stress, who adored him. and they were out'women's best friend tad lam pleased the menstrual flow, and Nature. VI. ,

to be married.: Iila Ilarker was \"('ryltroll.1 I Grand Army of the Republic, NO.7, 222 to give my experience: with it. A few relieved of the drains or of the p 15, ,

of her lover's prowess.The I Minn. \\I months ago I caught a severe cold, having in the system, makes the fun it> : ;4.
loth Ave. N. E. Minneapolis and
ex-sergeant found a job as porter been out in inclement: weather,which organs strong healthy azain .
I Any woman who is silently suff. r ,
r In a btore. The couple jvere married I Strongly Endorses Lydia E. Pinkham'sVegetable settled all over me, particularly In the untold pains because she is to S''O -

and went to housekeeping g In a lit- I t abdomen. I was in almost constant pain. to undergo a physician's 1:1IlIna:

tie place purchased with Idt's Ivlng!!. Compound. I consulted a physician and took his and treatment can find no excuse f :

All went well for awhile, but O'orl', : not securing relief when Win >f t .
medicine for month and without
Laving been u':ed to an entirely different : a : any dui i is offered to her. There. is n M
life, became restive under the commonplace DEAR MRS. PINKHAM Your Vegetable Compound cured me \ ///1\ relief. I then decided I would: try your licity to deter her. She can take \\

duties of a p-Hter. He mis.-cd of ulceration of the womb, and getting such a complete cure I felt that medicine and; it was a lucky: day for me of Cadui in the privacy of h<>r (.

the out of J'""r life the martial music! whea I did so. I noticed a change in a with as much assurance cf a fui 1 -
the medicine had genuine merit and was well worth recommendingto WILLIAM: T. STEAD. dozen doctors ..
as though a roc '" : .
the n <'tall'c rl'isj lot arms ant especially ) 'I few days and felt encouraged to continue !
pays that the resentment which is held it. Many physicians do n?,
the excitement and danger of a cam- other sick women. taking Vine of Cardui, and my patienceVine "
In llnjrland to the extension of American !I of Cardui i to their patient-

j.al;.;!I. hay after day he grew mop'iiisrontcntetl For fifteen years I have! been your friend. I have never written you influence is entirely uncalled for, : was rewarded,for in two weeks my pains Why not get a fi.OO bottlo ..f -

: .-.ti.1 at List Iwgau to shirk take in its Americanization of the world is had left me and: I felt like a new woman." of Cardui from your druggist tc ,
before but I have advised hundreds of women to medicine
\ I !is duties. This I'\ time eost him hiipoMtioii. your but Aiifrlicizinir of the world at one ____I_ -j-r._ -rt--- _-a __--t--

He was not sorry lieeiuu1he fact it is the only I real reliable remedy I know of for a sick woman. A million suffering ,
remo\e. In the words of the gentleman
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I have not yet found a case of ovarian or womb trouble which himself! "Tliere is no reason to re.scnt
suitti3 tr Lis ta.stc. His( little i ivrlfe \Vin '.of Can;,,
; t'lii-iiurasttl:: hII: to think! thus has not been relieved or cured by the faithful use of Ljdiu E.rinkham's the Part' the Americans are playing in ____,__I-r -i L..J 1U
I fashioning the world iu their image
though ti In her heart shl''orri.J that: ,
Vegetable Compound. i which, after all, is substantially! the
tin ir I li'eiune should Uut ofT.
C(1rI' triol several oilier occupa You have brought health to hundreds ,of women in Minneapolis as Image of oursehes." Of the! American THE NEW GROCERY STORE.MOVER .

i Declaration of Mr. Stead
tion1, but did! nut show any. mure aptitude have doubt others the : ELLEN RIPLEY. Independence
you no to over country.-\II6. In his book says, "It is the epitaph of o:: -::::: =- = == ::= ==-=:: :: o
furvir'.i! in them than in tlitert.

!'WIIIOllie ot tli"in he ntire.l' $:;000 rourmx II' TIIII AIJOVI LITTIII is NOT (; INUINU.Vlicri j our empire."

volui'turily; fmu others he was dischiTpil. \ women are troubled! with irn-j'. ilar or ]iinfill mvn.struation, t I WILL

: M-anwhile dliJ.ll'l'1I1'1''' weakness,It'u'orrhO',(lisl'hl'l'llldlt or ulivmtiouof the \\iub, that }U'.ir- II I "Hob" Smith Decorated I
Somewhere in the of the
lx>ni t'> t:h.' coiinleMid since tare in -do\ni feeling; intlaiumution of the o\arii-s, liiu-kaeho, Uutulence, is a handsome custody decoration government :i Keeps a Complete, First-Class, Up-to-Date Stockof

\\ t're >*>> many mouths to feed the wife general debility, indigestion, and nervous prostration, tlu-y should i I I

resuuu-d the work of seamstreKS, which ; ivmemlier there is one tried and true remedy. Lydia: I:. I'inkliam's I which ought to sparkle upon the breastof Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries.No. .
t Hiibbard T. Smith, secretary of the
she had) lain down at her marriace. : Vegftahlft t'nml'tmntl at once removes such troubles. I

She still had the same ailmlration; for : No other medicine in the world has received such widespread and United States commissioner to China 30 W. Covernment St., Salisbury Block
and consular clerk of the United States.It .
her husband and iMiglitM::; lo hear him unqualified endorsement. No other medicine has such a record of cures I : ,
nuPIIOSI- 327
was presented him !by the
tl'lhi'\ friends of his!' battle, listeningIwrwlf of female troubles. Kefuse to buy any other IDedil' lle. emperorof I .
China, but he cannot accept it wItH I
demurely and watching witli

pride the effect on the others. However | congress grants him the necessary per. H1 1 EANbOOD.
her the (ear of tire tlf.it liid paralyzedhim. Kingston.on-T..ames Celebrates. mission.
I:ieorse's Hmitlmi) as a th) nothing. : '
It:1 S all sone the shame! he X.York.. May 19.-KingstonontheTbamPs. I "Hub" Smith made an enviable name
]>ermittin;: his wife to support hut
only ln-rself! anil tln-ir children but folt only remaining.\ : lut one idea till'l, one of the many charming I for himself as an official during; the settlement I WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH L-' 'r.OER TRADE

ed liih mind-to w.pe;\ out the stain. \ little! riverside towns on the outskirtsof of the! Chinese troubles; but, I
him as well at last caused the !lhhg4'rJr
;: '
' I "Juiiiiir1: cried tl'.O.se below, holding ]i the great metropolis, will today be I after all, he will always be known to THIS SUMMER THAN EVE rEf( REI
( scorn to be pointed at him. His
the lila nket under the window. j en fete says a London dispatch: to The fame as the! author of the song beginning I
friends ami he had I
dropped
ncone
away
<:hore: sat down on the window ..ill. i itook I Tribune. On Whitsunday. 1902! King i I SEND US YOUR ORDERS NCl/tf.
to admire him except his wife. i iAt ,
lal't : : 'i liil"! :u.d a tobacco pouch! (row Edward the el.Ier! son and successor ] A little peach In an orchard grew
event
an haiipeiail that tuuun.cd I ;
lila's I') 1'''. So long as (Jeorye wH \his jxicLet. lilied! the pipe lighted it j i of Alfred the Oreat. was crowned on j I Listen to my tate of woe. Thompson, Olsen dcManresa C'J.r

nn ex-hero of IIUIIIIIattil's she couldbrook I. nid heuan: to puff a? coolly as if there the stone that now rests in the market i That little tale of woe has been sung

% uu' no tire. I Kingston thousandth all over the world. Smith composed the Street
his inability tu labor at ordinnr.v place at and the j Telephone i ,; 7.
".1 ." the !. "The I music one Sunday afternoon while sitting
uni!* repeatid ('rOWl I t ar.niuMsary of that interesting histori-! I
duties ,
though slit- \vt "lil | to
>! <
; Mill- | -- -- -- - --- -- ---
rot may f.ill at any inoiiient." I I 1 at a piano in his bachelor home
cal event will today be eelebratod.
popularly
'
lily th deticienry herself hilt one j
"I'm )coin;;: hack the way 1 came," I'I Ii Paradise Flats, Washington after ESTABLISHED 1S63.McKENZIEOERTING.
liiht. I.e'in;': aw'a1ned by the smell 1 ol |
; Fields! and he ------
lie h.iM! d'::sedly. I reading Eugene poem I
smoke, she got up. opened the bedroom
"If you do. you nn :dead man." !:, sold it to a local music dealer for a :
door Court Decision. I & CO.
and found that the huu.se above i Supreme
"Then I'll be a dead ru.m." I'I mere pittance. It caught on everywhere ,
was In Games.: Awakening;: )her husband Washington.: U'.-In an opinion
li" tuned from the window, but ,' and for a time was the most popular tJ DJ&LJU: : IK- 0
she bade him :;,) to the upper : delivered toi'ay' by Justice Peckham, I
hearini; the agonized: call of !his wife, song in the United States. Hundreds of ,
floor and brii-B thtir eldest boy. whil the United States supreme court decided
bent oxer the Mil. The look she: gave: thousands of copies were soltL Smith Ship and General Har-dware.
she carried down the lither two children the ease of Captain Peter C. Chandlery
him told I him th.it be Lad no need to suddenly found himself famous. lIe
who slept in a room l'JlI"sitl' td fleming in that officer's favor. The
Indicate tiitiiself in her eyes and hereuiimbered wrote quite a number of other songs.! 803 AND 605 $. P.o\L.U'OX STltEtT.A.GENOY .
her own. Leaving (:iorge to his task, j : case Involved the right of a courtmar-
th.it if he were lost she I Including; "Swinging: ; In the Grapevine ... .
she executed her - -
own. but Klnce he tlidl| tial composed entirely of officers of the --
would be left to continue to supporther'u'it Swing," but the tale of woe will be remembered -
not appear hvr anxiety led her back tc :|' and their children lie jumpedinto army to pass! on a case involving the when all the others are for- i REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLING'S HONS co.I

discover tbf cause of the delay. ht' i riehts: of volunteer officer. The ef- GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RDSriEL!: 4 SONS PUMPfi.
the blanket. gotten. And this does not please Smith

exjM'cti'd flames half to &it!iutlul'lIlt'clI'Hh' him battling with smoke thE'' Prom that moment George Converse! feet of the opinion is that such a trialis ,, for his other songs are much more merItorious -I' Sum Ctrdigi Pall II. Oils, Iiulicil! Uitryasils, Eiirii. li: in, Ih'n j

became au industrious worker and !illegal. .
f P bearing their son to safety Instead hi i I pruductions.Gorklns COMPASSES LOGS. KTO.
made his and comfortable. .
was standing at the foot of the staircase family happy Clntha or Clothe. i ; C. McKenzIe Oartln? Collecting Agent for Bar Pilot Be:.evclent As-o
I I In one way only! did he show a I SeItINliflcu.':
which led to the bjruing story One learns many strange uses and elation
'I weakn.ss.ftl'r his experience with Since meat has
shlvuriiig.tore.. misuses of things at country inns, but gone up ,
fire he was in constant dread of iU rLsitins I've been forced to economize. j
: ; for he.iven's sake go! Thehiltl let us hope that the following experience i I 1 I WEEKLY HCIIEDUL.E
;: his home again.DUANC ) I Ilillcr-Hme you quit eating meat? OPERA HOUSE
will be lost. related by a friend of mine asbavins I'
C. STARKWEATHER.Ilrr Gorklns-Oh. no! That would be out FOR STEAM
(leorge: turned toward her a facvliite i. ; happened to himself is a rare I II 'I j ----- -- DIVISION
of the
But I
with fe-.ir. Mother' \ lilt. > one: He had gone to bed in an Irish : question. now take my PENSACOLA ELECTRIC TEUM1.1.U

"Oh. I I,H rger': Mrs. Bl'uhamYou don't seem to bt h.n. bidding the landlady to have him I i I meals down town. have gut the famj j Wednesday, May 28. RAiLWAY COMPANY

This was all. She saw that he waterror i very glad! that mother is here. I called at 8. At C, however, next morn 'I fly In training: on a vegetable diet you ,

Mrii-ken. A veteran: at standing Benham What did you expect me tc In;:. she knocked at his door. .' hee, and it never would do to tempt Ben Dunham TraIns lean Peasaooli for tht Lt$.'

up against shot am! shell, he was a ,I do-die of joy?-New York LIcrald.I I' "Ye've to pt up," she said. '4"What 'I them by having taeat in the house.- !! and Bayou.Fort Big Barranca iayoa. W at arrlnltO:1n7 11 1

raw rwrult: at imctiag lire She cate o'clock is it?. J..f.*.. Huston Transcript. ,
-
.' <::o a.m.arrive at Fort K" rlJC&1 f laIOHM
.1 spring and dashed up the staircase. I Don't Start Wrong. I "Sis. surr." "" i THE WORLD-FAMED ACROBAT.THE a. m.arrive at Fort Barraacail '.*,'!.a

The act of his brave little wife was t .Jo I am not going to get Dangerous if Neglected. 1:00 p.m.arrive a; Fort Barraaoai tUpa
Don't start the umiuer wit!. a away. up I 1 B\'I! p. m. arrive at tort hamncn, t.Uprn
needed to enable (:Ii-orp' Converse to lin riir' coujh or cild.Ve all till: s." Burns, cuts and other wound \ :15p. m. arriveat Fort Barraacat ?:}l1 pm

master a const'tr.ti.mal I weakness. Ida At 7 she reappeared. "Indade. and often fail to heal properly if neglected BEAUTIFUL DOUBLESextetter '8i 00 p.m.arrive at Fort Barnncat 8:Cjm
: know what a samr.ifr cold" iIt's Trains "ne Fort Barrancattor Petillo
Lad imt reached! the top step before the hardest kind to cure. Often itnu" I ye must git up now. It's 7." Finding! and become troublerme sores j ji cola at j

her husband tried past her with the I him unmoved at her next return, She i IeVitt's'mtch Hazel :Salve prevents -i 7iSa.m.arrive at Pa>acoa 8:')) a :I 1
:" i 'luusr* tluouvrh the eutire !'ta'ou. I! ll:"Jp m. arrive at Pen3a30i..iig :2
fry "I5o: back How he got throughthe s.iid: Tak it in 1 ai.d rit'Lt now. A j! I where has I :-: AND tiOLO-j FROM :-: 2:00 p. m. arrive at Pemacoli. no ... z.tj ps
lire aiid xmol.e: tint intervened betwcen man. There's two commercial: pintlej delay aggravated: the injury 5:00 .
few does of Out Mitiute Couth! Cure : p m arr.ve at IVniaso'.a {:&: pll:
him and his l>U}. why he:1" 1 will .t rlht. Sure cure far !j inca waiting for their breakfast, and ican't ( DeWitt's Witch Hazel Silve 7:09 p. m.arrive at PensajoU. Y.i.'E4pm.srrtvest -'t

not burned uioitally by the one or coughs, cold you, croup enp. broucH- I lay the cloth till I have yer bon I 1 sore effects a cure. "I had a running" I Florodora, atnrda" Only Feaiaooia_ l.I
on leg
suffocated by the other he nor any one tis, all threat and lung trouble8. Ab- i or's top sht...'t"-CornhHl. Magazine.- 1'H. C. my Hartly. thirty Vankeetown years: says Ind. I| FABC FOE WEll EATS,

i uins many remedie*, I tried | l'el1..ola to Fort Barraacai and ci
sought knowing that he could not like it.One Minute Ceuh WILL CURE CONSTIPATION. retara
j DeWitt's Witch Hazel .
j Salve. A few | I Henacoia to Navy Yard aal re tarn I'*
tiring the i-hild out by the way he had! Cure i* the" bt CwU..'li medicine I A. A. Herren, Finch Ark., write !I boxes healed the ore." Cures all PROF. E. O'L CHAFFERS' BAND.For Peniaoola to Palmetto Besi aal re;jra IU

come he cried to h's wife: ever u-ed *.a'J H. Bowie ''FIleHoney and Tar i.* thebet ,; skin disease. Piles yield to it at I I 10f1l'\1' aCRIDtfDI

"'t J0 bolow the window!" Urovc4ou. X. H. "I never found reparation for coughs' cold and once. Beware of counterfeits. Hargis' -! Whln WHather permit tliana -j o

Ida ran down au,1Jut.. seizing 8Llill1kt.t ind anything el-e" tl at actedo safely i! iunl? trouble. I know that it has : Pharmacy.! John :Sheppard, :rfid- the Benefit of the P. A. C. open coaches.
quickly. Hirgi'; Pharmacy, cured consumption in the first ney Kahu. Leav<< Pennoola Lv Fort Karriatiina.
by the In the yard she :
way. John sheppard, Sidney Kahn. i 9a.m. m.t .
staze.V.. A. D'AE mberte 121
found several neighbors who hid been -- -- -- Curtain will RUe at 8:15 rtharp. 11 a. m. m
; | - -
I S.: Palafox Street.Educate 1 p. m. I p. m.
attracted) ib1 111'1't the same moment The man who! own li- own t.r'me i OABTCJRlA.: : I Tickets: 50 and 75c. tp. m Ip.aIp.m

George threw! up a sash above. inure'1 himself\ a:;ain-t lotof j i Best,the 1e K'd Yoi Ha,, A"*'" I3It I p.m

Without a word those present seized trouble and worry. Nobody can ]I| Your Bowels. !! 3lgu ture ; p.m8p.m.. Cpa pm.

the blanket aud the boy was dropped rai
safely into itAs no terrors for him. It'* p-v to own $2.00WILL rAII.OIIOAf
as your muscles or brain. Cas.
l home now-d-day Thos. your feaiaoola to art: Barraaoai l'flf,
soon as (;.'01':1'; Converse saw that C. carets Candy Cathartic train : ---- '-' --- laraanl: return_____ De
Watson & Co. can tell Low your
his son was !':\fe he began to reuiem- yiu ASK Peniaoola to Palmetto: MeuJl ail
eay it iCall ana see tl.eni.! bowels to do right. Genuine tablets I I CATARRHfor PAY FOR THE rUl1rA.__ __ IU

-- I,Istlmpe'l i C. C. C. Never sold in Druggist No freight received! after 1.15 p. m.

Curet Eczema and Itching Humor bulk. All druggists Jacksonville
Paints oils glass and toe.
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Through the Blood-Costs Nothingto 10 CENT ----
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Try It. builders' hardware at the TRIAL SIZE.

13. 15..15. Botanic Blood mini: ) i* I Willis J Hardware Co.'s. ': Daily Metropolis I LODGE DIRECTORYKNIGHTSOF

now recogulzed a* a certain and sure -- -- CASTORIAFor Eli's Cream Balm

cure for Eczema, Itching Skin Humors NlIWILEItY GIye Reliefat Onrf.I I
Scab*, rca1eVatery Bibters. I Infants and Children. I I I lit clt-ansrs. p Otb.., FROM NOW PYTHIA8.

Pimple Aching Hone* or The undersigned takes tr.is method and heals the dis- I

Joints Uoite, Carbuncle: PricklingPain )f sflerinz her service* a* a The Kind You Have Always BougU eased cure. membrane.catarrh and It UNTIL DECEMBER I, 1902 Pena&col Lodge No. 3. K of p.,

,
iu the Skin, Old Etting Sores. flrt-cla3 licensed midwife. having : drives away a coldi 'i-ti meets every Honda eves-
Ulcer etc. Botanic Blood Bum had 35 yean: experience. Bears thaAGENTS/71' .n I In the head quietly. '- -Ii,. i i Ing at 5I'11 at Cattle Hall

taken internally, cures the worst and Can !give bet of references from Signatur of I and It absorb4"d.Protects Heals the Covering the entire scope of the In ntldlng.the Bloant third floor.. WaDes
COLD 'N
most deep-seated ca.. H by enriching leading physicians of this city. r !>ft'mbran. EAD Political Campaigns of the Year. Visiting brethren cordially
purifying and vitalizing the blood, MRS. M. OIDDENS, Restores the S;;nsej of Taste ana h4mt4i. welcomed.
Full bize.Vx.: Trial Size loc at M.CAKPBILt,
; bruggista :
blood jltf 114 :south DeVilliers
thereby giving a healthy up- St. I lor by mall. I I ADDRESS I H. HOSBLI3.: C. C
I ply to the skin. Botanic Blood Balm -- --- WANTED.LIFE i ELY BROTHERS S I 1[. &. &, 8.
I Iii the only cure to stay cured for SCHOOL SUPPLIESAt I W Warren ::!trt l't. X"w York. I CARTER & RUSSELLPUBLISHING

the awful, annoying kin trouble-9. C, V. Thompson's-- No. 11 South OF T. DEWITT TALMAGE, by his 'i, CO., I

Other remedies may relieve. but B. [ oa, REV. FRANK DEWITT TALMAGE aurels
K B. actually cures h aU every Palifoi. j and associate editors of Christian Herald. DR. KING'SNEW JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

sore, and gives the rich glow of Besides the standard line of sta. Only book endorsed by Talmage family. I Again !

health to the skin. B. B. 15. builds upI tionery we have, ia tint*, with envelopes Enormous profits for agents *ho act quick TRY DISCOVERYFOR Foley's Kidney Cure

the broken-down body and makes to match : ly. Outfit ten cents. Write immediately -JL '

the blood red and nourishing. Over Royal Crystal Bond. CLARK & CO 222 S. 4th St., Phitidel-I THAT COLD. cukes kidneys and bladder right. .
Kurd's
3<:XO voluntary testimonials of cures Holland Baud.Ladies' phia, Pa. Mention this paper. 25eodlm* I TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. -
by Botanic Blood Balm t B. B. B.) : Art Stationery. Hec1lcat Society, Attention.

I Druggists tl. Trial treatment free Foreign Mail, Etc. Cures ConsumptionCoughs There ,I.W.HARPERKENTUCKY
will be
and writing Blood Balm Artists' Material Office Sap- ANTALMIDYTlwae a regular meeting of
prepaid by Colds Bronchitis
; Asthma
Co., Atlanta, Ga. Describe trouble plie*. Memorandum Books, Etc. I I the Pensacola Medical Society at

.; and free medical advice civen:: untilcured. All new and bright.PynyBaIatn I PneumoniaHayFeyerPleu-, the Board of Health office at 8 ',WfllSKEVt'
tiay Capsales:
--- -- ire superior' i 'clock p.m. Tuesdaj. May 27. ..
_ _ risy LaGrippe Hoarseness I ...,
to Balumrof .
; Stojx the Tickling, ..Copaiba, I j Visiting physicians are cordially

; C.9TQItXA.: : : &n2 QUCZ ......w". 'm.' "I: C;, Csbeb* | and'..:Injections E) ''Sore Throat, Croup and Invited to attend. :

..II21 tha Its Kitd Y31i Hai *lnBoleptlZt "! Rubber--hose-,-all-sizes, at They lime cure tetsaet in 48 without hoars the any inco., Whooping Cough. DR. E. F.President.BRUCE, _1'I 't


1 the Willis Hardware Co.'s. 4aca, IOU)BTill DRUGGISTS I NO CURE. NO PAY. DR. W. C. DBWBERY,

': .tI ----. ---- ....".. --- I Prict SOc. and $t. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE. n25ttf,- --.. Secretary. Solt by Dannheiuer Bros.

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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA FLORIDA TUESDAY MAY 2O. 19O2.contagious .

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Is the name sometimes given to what. WHEN THE I "\

IS generally known as the BAD DIS- tl ,

EASE. It is not confined to dens of
WORM i
or the lower classes t1 The purest TURNED ;; jj


I mood;I P poisonIs' through and infected best with people this are awful sometimes malady [Copyright, 1902 by C. B. Lewlg. I j I I \j

handling the clothing, "Dave, ar' yo' gwlne to beat me, sam I

articles drinking from the same vessels, as all the rest of the men around ;yere vr\t\
toilet or otherwise
the shine in
afro coming contact with "
it/rave contracted it. persons beat tbelr wimln? ;

"Reckon so," be replied
it jtjr.ns usually with a little blister or sore then ; .
swelling in the
"But 1 want to tell
.... a redemption breaks out on yo' beto' we git j
Ten YUrt ago I contracted a bad cafe married that yo'-yo' hadn't better."
U and ulcers
.
!"v sores appear of Blood Poi Ion. I was under treatment "WbyT'
: tH .0uth, the throat becomes ota phYlician untill found that he could .
:"- '1tt.' the hair, eye brows and do me no *ood- Then began taking "Kase I won't abide it"
*: .s. 8' I "Shoo Shool""Base 4
"l commenced
to
becomiceS Improve 1
the blood at
f.i.l; t'ht ; once l
!ate in a very short time all evidence of If yo' ever wallop me I'll dun'
urinated colored
copper the disease I'
c disappeared. I took six botK have yo'r life fur shore! '
1 ."J pustular eruptions and ties and today am sound and well.
I'--! .ar upon different parts of M- Wall, Momstown, Tenn. I "Then mebbe I won't," he said. 1 iI

:': and the poison even destroys the bones The nest day they were married and I 1 1I I
v Linda went to the Y t
new three
"shack
v, S is a Specific for this loathsome disease and cures it even in the
miles away, to live. It was little she M''y ?s I,11
'Iw't 11 f: .-. It is a perfect antidote for the powerful virus that pollutes y4ivi
carried
with her
and
there were no
the blood and penetrates to all parts of the system. \
goodbye as she left the tumble down
Unless you get this poison out of your blood it will I I I old cabin Jn which she was burn. ThE'Ywere o
ruin you, and bring disgrace and disease
:your children for it can be transmitted from parentto upon I probably as happy as the average i I at
j squatter bride and groom, and bad it 'I
child. S. S. S. contains
ifI
no
mercury or potash i !
,
i not been for one thing Dave might ,
tat is guaranteed a strictly vegetable compound. 9 I have smiled oftener. Linda had
4Vnte for our free home treatment: book and learn all about Contagion I waraI -
II (; him before their
I marriage that he
;
riwJ Foiscn. If you want medical advice give of
: us a history case
your must not beat Ler.
Wife beating, at '
is3 will furnish all the information
physicians wish
CT you without 11
an

charge whattver. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA. !: least thing in that, and community most of was the women a common ',, ) \ I J SII II \\Iy h I I.o II

I submitted to It without I'rot'st.0' I

POLICE CAPTAIN FIRED UPON. I squatter felt his position as "!Joss" secure
RELIEF FOR CUATAMALAN
--- unless he had applied the rod to

Keg'tes Wafay: and Try to Kill At- Lis wife's back Date had been ad-

I Izrta Po'ieeman.At.a.t EARTHQUAKE SUFFERERS \lsf l.y his father and grandfather to \ .

: Muv 1!*.--Two nt' rl't-ii way fall into line, and when a month had HOW TO GET IT.

la I .: .: 4ttsui>lel to shUt Captain I I pone by and he could not say that he

Frill.:: M :lh Curtly. of the city pohref Vice Consul Vincent J. Vidal ofi f I! 1 had yet beaten his bride h..;rns in dan- '
Guatemala has issued (If Icing looked down Kick: and Squeal if the grocer offers you another kind,
j
rrt:. ustiTiia} rooming at 3 o'clock an appeal for I i per u.n In Contempt I around-blow him and
Fling up-holler ,
stamp
II ..... Lf watridicg in a buggy on donation for the thousands left > There had been no cause to i ji Use your lungs-smile-keep your temper,

\SV f.-..r street. homeless by the earthquake: whichdeitroyed j i \strike: her and yet it rankled that she | But keep it up-hold out for Scotch Oats.

I- LrtPf::I was out ascertaining: it! two Guatatnalaii cities hal warned and defied him. Ho I I At every Grocery Store.
thought: the thing until he
I
over finally
Ii'\ ? :-!it and trdtrly. and whmj. April IS. Every charitable Ptueacolian I
pot to feel that he must either switch
-. West Fair street between should subscribe .
.' something.Donations I her or give up any claim to lieing: the Scotch Oats with the kilted piper on every box-, never irom a
l'ij! :f Walker stmts, he hard a have
: thus far been made
head of tl hou I
*
>e. and he sot the day
,. i| barrel never. And don't believe that other < is at all like it.
fa, -a-: J a i follows: !I and hour of her humiliation She was j any }
W t'.a's him.
I A.Greenhut .. .. .. . .. .. .f 1 00 i sweeping the dirt floor with a broom i
T'I .',taiit the report of a pis-1' SCOTCH OATS. $
.,. ." Jake Lipps .. ... .. ... .. .. 2 00 made of twigs; when he entered the !i .
std Captain drew
McCurdy j" cabin with
I' M.Gonzalez. .. ... . .... 1 W a switch in his hand awl >
hs: r< i 'v. ''I> q sickly us: possible and i said: remember is the food that its whole strength straight into the

UhI1. ', !'.., 'I P. W. J.&K. Forbe ... .. . .. .. 1 W "Linda! I'm to :" puts system.

KLMI u: fivv' ;:=tcl shots wt'ret'x.- :Morris Hear,. .. .. ... . .. 1 (ill furr*gon'she asked.wallop yo'What And no other food in the world does that. Hold out for Scotch Oats.

c'.jnfL...! Twii holes were made in the Cah .. ..... .. .. .. ... 1 p) ) 1 "Jest to wallop. Come over yere."

tlf'[ ff, '!)> v.-h.i;<' I". but CaptaineCur: M. L. ll'chCah .. .. .... .. ... .. 1 (ill I "na\1'. do vo' remember what I dun'I '

d\ ear 'I[I'hurt .. . .. .... .. .. .. .. 1 (1\1 I told ;'o' Iw'fo we was married?" she -- I i

Tht a*air. wcurrin?. as it did when Nick Apostle- .... .. .. .. ... .. 1 oo {j jon asked as she stood before him. PARKER'S There's lots of money to be madein I

the police, lone was' on a nervous | Cash. .. .. ... ..... ..... .. .. 1 I|I "Reckon I do. but that don't count detain HAIR BALSAM, real estate-lots of it. A real estate -
and
I shall beaus fue the htif. Ifi.fiOO frft. sign in usually!' a fin er.board to
strain OUT tie fatal riot of Saturday j ... .. wallop yo' mighty hard. Promote a liuurianl growth
morning treated l 11.0. T. Morgan.P. .. .. .. .. 10.1> I' Tetter hot" Never Fail to Restore Gray Awarded at Parts wealth. Thos. C. Watson &
ren(-wd excitementt K. Tornoe.... .. .. .. .. .. Hair to its Youthful Color. I
1 On) ".Ioo: : Shoo:" loci wa'p' d,......* hair tailing. Co., the leading Real Estate firm !
<-u reported at bnrra
police Ks.
< Chris, Thie-en. ..... ..... ...... 1 00' And he seized her with his left andllivat lrutf;.N j have some offers which it wouldbe
Thlnfn'f('* after firir.i the shots I arm
; Cash ..... .... ... .. ... .... ) 00 Land and held her in place while be worth your while to consider. Go
ran into an alley and disapptared.There i and see them to-day, and don't wait
-T Carl-ou & Liud...... ..... .... 1 00 j used the switch over her shoulders until Woman 9UINA1AROCHEWINE till to-morrow.

i= m"r,- catarrti 1:1 this: -pe11 Lep Mayer ...... . .. .. .. .. lief I it was worn out She did not struggle 1Every; glmulri know I i I ___ ___ __

!:" hf the: country than all others J. Muldon. .. .... .... .. .. .. IOU or cry out With pale face and bet : the wonderful I I II NOT1CK.I 'I

di-ea-e put t'J.th'r.; und until the M. Kaufmiu. .. .... ... .. ... 1 00' teeth she took her punishment as if Insensible l, Ie fh MAR\EL' Whirling. Spray. CORDIAL have been authorized to take

let few years wauj>po"-d to, (lit infMlile. IF. H. P"U .. .... ...... .. .. .. .. 1 00 to pain but there was a lookin \ \ t\ / ..And aata.lbrt.rw 6ert"u.. Ilftlt..f, JpJ.co. -;:_ Highest of blood.recommendations Stomach troubles for and cure General ol Poorness De- sibscriptione for Wm. JenningsIBryan's

: For u jrreat man yir ;. L. Clilfcrd.. .. .... .. .. .. 1 "'tor; pronounced it a looal'ilHand i (1:0 band uneasy. He tried to make himself t' the nerves and builds up the enure system. The
,--. prerihPI I cal 1'1'111..1.", Jno. Wood. .. .. .... .. ... .. 50 believe that he had done his duty Ill,r..n""UIII'I'IJ.r drar it fur II. ,"Ii. 13 roe Prount vance.price Those is $1.00 desiring per year the in ad-

.r...,t t It'uU'it.llith'' f.tilins; : to t ur- by I and that the whipping would in someway otlarImt.endlamp M \ataL.ae.wplno fnrlt- q". PARIS I can have it sent to them by sending paper
1 .1 1 'rf-atinent jn' Like a Drowning! Mm.
.' .'.. *cfeitee pronounced lias it i i have a great moral effect on the 11lIlralf'ollKnk.IN.lllllVHl fulll.anll"1lIIlB.nil'hr..rr..n.ln H.}4t.luahletplalwsM.tlltEJCO. i 1C. Fouprra A C'o. ;, f IOOto the undersigned.
t i .
'.. !I.>- a constitutional proven dNe.i ca-, "Five year ago a disease the doctor freckle faced woman who had receivedit : ., y tcrnt.1. i H. M. RoctrE

i r 1 i- ..r* rHplin.'ulI..titllti.lllal e.i l i.I -; called dy pej>*ia took such hold but he came to almost wish he Room Me Times lldinYork.: | Care Daily News.

:t- Hall (.':tttrrh <_'ur.-. of mo that I could scarcely >ro." badn't done it Even when his father -------- -- -- I I i
:. by F.J. ( !ll.'ll.yk i ( u.. I, writes Geo S. :Mar-Ii, well-known praiM-J, him for the stand he hadtaken --- -- I

'I 1 .' i- the ttiily folltltllt. ''attorney of Morons: Tex. ''I took'', the words around no pratification. : THE GARDEN SECTION
,
I' .": .il ,!! the market. I It i i-[ !'';i (quantities of pepsin and other medi11 and when his mother added that

tii'1:. i, '. : illy in d.,-..-. fr.fill I Idr.t III i i vine but nothing helped me. A; a Linda WI
wouldn't feel above
her betters *
ijr o-ODE -oIPensacola
.
.t>piK nful. It act- dibintxiand '.drowning man {grab at a straw I'i JilJUImporters
I
ro-. :i:- ,:, .' iniicouur- :\i grabbed at Kodol. I felt an iDlIl'ruvelllent now D.ne winced at the thought: of her '

fi.' '" -y-eia. They ,,!'!'.r oii! I I I at once and after a few humiliation. As for her threat he FloridaflI I

'! i.i.ilr1 1 I'"i.iJ! ;(rs fur any I'tit fails-I j |!'I b.ttlf:1111 sound und well. Kodol |,,,: scarcely pave It a thought;: Linda was and llt'alt'u! In- ,

''bt.r.: -<-mi for circularand: t"--.- :;,: is the only )preparation which exactly ql'iet."l'n spoken and appeared to be Near East Hill --- -
Electric
tm.-iii-: ; AJlr --, rej roduces the natural dige- without temper. He did not know human Chinese and Japanese Railway Terminus.
r.J.tHEO.\'I., i I I five juices and consequently i i.* the I j I nature well t-noimh: to know that -- I!

Toledo, (,ili... I only one which digits" any gOd : such pi-ople are the most cruel and uu- I Fancy Goods, Beautiful Lots for Sale.
A \tj i hy druggist; +, 75c.CUBAN i fowl and cures; any form of stomach I i forgiving. Three days passed, and I
trouble. Harris' Pnirinacy, JohnSheppard FINE CHINA
CABINET HOLES: SE5 ICN. : Sidney Kaha. |', there had been no outbreak. The bus- TEAS 40x137% feet at from $76 to $200 each
i band could not tell from Linda's looks 31 South Palafox St. accord- ;

-- IiirltlriK IH tnirl.-.'n Hlntnrr. and actions whether she had been hum Laundry Office. Per.sacola, Fla. ing to location and surroundings. .
Crated: !tatee Coat cf Arrrs Removed A tm\'I.I'r who! has
: Just returned ifnn bled or still defied him. Then he woke -- -
,from Pcrtal cf Cuttort HO 'St.I n skit' to Matanz.i.s !s-.ivs that hiisittil np one morning to find himself tied --- --- -- -- -- -- _.- Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View

N' York May 11.Thenlt..d \'i III ('UiII'.I"r. a ['hurt distancefrom ,, hand and foot to the !ed. Linda had PEXSACOLA High, Dry Fertile Lands. ,

f::ait'h nat of arms has been rt'lnovp'l i ifria tLr.i t&Inti there was reminded! prepared breakfast and sat down to it

'ht front "ortal of the u ..,tom of an iiK-idf-nt in A-.iuTican hKtorj' I i 1 I alone.

ii< '!sand the Cnhun ('(mt of arms su!,. i 1 i with nhlrli he was entirely tinfuiiif.iar I!j "What's this fussiu' aboutr demanded G CONSERVATORY f I r OF f MUSIC The grandest opportunity for investment ever

''JIltf'J. pays a H vaa tisjatch! toThf I und \\ licit be inlllini; t.) Lit not one Date as he found himself j offered in Pensacola.

World Ahoy it remains ar. old American in a hundred Lnous any, } helpless. !\ E. O'L, CHAFFERS Director
,
Fjiarish: crown wfcuh was not rpmm'. thing: :about lie n-ft-rs! to the fact that '! "Tied up" briefly replied Linda. Rome Seekers SIWltlll See These Lots.

fu when the Spaniel coat of arms wa s it \i.-> pri-.idcllt of the United :Staufctixilc ; : "Hut what fur?" > -- -- -

tJkPn. the oath
Pri-ident Palma ar.d his cabinet vis- thuriml to do so' by special act of COMgr I' fur wallopin' me. I dun told yo'." ,i iI 1 Organ. Cornet, :Mandolin Guitar Cl-u.ToTbs

1T'r tie senate chamber in the *erpalace i ,-'-!. ii Cunibrc means "die summit.I ." I I The man was no coward even though | Cello, etc. !

*: '' on s unday. wlere hp infro- j I j and it was Lore that Wi'Iiain' Kufin a wife teater. His cheek paled and j:I Also Director Pensacola Concert Corner Garden and Jllcaniz Streets.

''.,." d the ministers to a (oinmitte Oft KluJ;. >'lce re'idfiit wltli Frankln1'iercc bis blood chilled at hvr words. She i Band and Elite Orchestra.

' > :
A' .rr: end of tit round taM was sworn into office March 21, Ibo3. i I II cause for fear. i ii Brass and String Music Furnished Prnldent. vlce-Prestdect, Ca blr. J.AWt H, KKtKE Cashier.

I.u'0,1 a laree Hack: hair. GeneralP i "And yo'r gwlne to kill me?" he askj j
'fhp tint line of umbrellas in ill Occasions.
the :
'. ed as she ate her food without the'
:< cat at the other full, saying city H at J. I. Stephens'' Go look;:
; ;
t!.ai : r empty ctalr was served: In i! at them. >i slightest sign of nervousness i Address : E
tr. ; "f the J"aJ hero at.d patriot : "Fur shore." I dun told yo', but yo' I Studio: Parlor of Fit Baptist: Bank J !

J. V1 :!tf. Tte cabrnttand !,('f''ion(1" !! walloped me. j j Jhurch.REMOVAL .
IF YOU ARE "But don't
I", ", ; my pop wallop? Don't .

.... Wnn' j I yo'r pop wallop? Don't Jim Renshaw ,i OF PENSACOLA. FLA. j jInRBOTOREh
hr MMren wfh!; I'
torn LOOKING FOR BARGAINS.i and Tom Carter and Joe Hazen wal.I NOTICE.
MRJ2" for ?Fan.: where theyF II I i
: :
lop? I -
'
!f"-nd !*.e summer. HereralVcml I i
*" tll'n "Makes no difference." Dr. G. H. Tuttle WM. H. KXOWLES. W. A. BLOONT, F. C. BRENT
Vm th-ie after reporting; to W. K. HYHR JR !
*-"ii.-.or. ,. i For the next ten : ftb.-n he u ill be allowed! i { ,
*"* 'Jti-.*' I,'a\'p. j you any article now inlock at a "Makes no difference. i Dr. J. G. Heard,

I I di-ciMint of 25; per cent fr-'ii T"i: regular Dave saw that Linda was Implacable.
>. Even with the chill of fear at his 'rmi InA ilti
DENTISTS. D BOU I
\\HH IS FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE ? price. This. ?f it-vi-u will :; heart he bad to smile at her originality. i' z A E ad G!

\n-.r : 1-. : mad' fr')in a preU1IU save $:: !5una <4iiu i >ond nnsr or pin. :, Here was a bqnatter's daughter;: with Itooina and 0, M.i-onic Temple.All 9 ft

-I'TI;)tl!",. f Chic,1I pll)'- where at r..gtil irpnce it would co-t : independence) here a slip of a wife brunches of ureicul." iptratixe and

.J.'! I:. f:. I If ti:.- Isle t eminent u.e. See ; you I\"I' i": (cent oul who objected to the switch here a nical tl'cbanlcR'-kill. Dentistry perforturdw'ith tech ttrWe draw oar cwn Bills of Exchange/ on Great Britain, Ireland fi

.:'. TitlinITl'dieut..; I every dollar's/ worth you buy. Now woman seeking: revenge for what she special attention given to Children's'Tevth.dold : Germany, France, Austria, Italy, Holland, Hpain, Belgium, Russia, Nep

t at Il1IHIf''an co'mbined buy. j. th* tim to \buy your diamonds or I called her humiliation but which other and Porcelain Killings, Crown way, Sweden D.nmorhnd other European nonn Irl... r
fj
ally to and Bridge Work.
, women looked upon as part of the I
value.V.. A. wiwn or au.ther. article in stock p ltf"Veasels Disbursed the
I routine. She was truly a novelty. Other 1 llest Material; CompetrntEquipment. upon Most Favorable Terms
'I
-.1 j :'. Palafox street. v. rr cheap Call and examine i Obligations Taken Payable at Port of JeUnaUon Ten and then '
women would: have stormed and after Ve"Bel or FJUeen
Arrives Dall
_''1' .Remember this otter i is for : Telephone No. ts7s. there.LESafety .;:
Linda calm and
wept was quiet He ., I I
: ten oays. :No trouble to show bad !said: be was sorry, and he really Deposit Bozefl for Ront
-PIMPLES In
.d- J. I. STEPHENS, was.. but be decided as he lay there with which we have a Prl.8 Connection I :

112 Suith PU-ifox street.KIDNEY ; and watched the wom n's Impassive TQ BestUJQI81ey I of ReD ter.. Apartment for the Uu ;j

....r" face that be would switch Ser again I
: Ifs
.. had .101..11' on b..r lat.,but
i he got loose. His dignity
I as soon as
AM'AKKT- they | 1
.. .' d bud bt-tn trouh.fJ: : demanded that When he had come to [WE WILL
'omt t.tee tout after uit I : FURNISH YOUR HOME
this conclusion he said: FREE
. : 1.. 'ar"t i bile had uo trouble DISEASES !iE ::1
"
.
;r W. lUll. >t fptaii: tooblgbWARTSIAS. "Linda untie me. =* 'S-
FIU1' Wnt'tads'foronehind-
"Can't do It" she replied. .
n' )Wn Are i'Lllade1 Ii.I.: Pa I a'm.tLnlatratM.ie)5Oe
tM molt fatal of all dl "I'll wallop yo' ag'in and wallop yo' : I an<111fe what tmnuul preununu pan READ THE LETTtRS,.,. j J
tn And toe Beat I we me for ar.' .ru- ,.our. pa' and I;
Liquonof I owaoPL '\1, I* to "" that
rgPtarul' you
bard.
.
powerful >
CANDY uses.Efli. I all kind served bj 11 rur-hairtor a t>U( of NMp r*d.-.L. ; wrti mtruir-
GATMARTICTtMO "But yo' won't. Better git ready." Polite and Coarteont I I' or Ch01nOf both of l'frtun tbrir. ou t.1 r.ab.e husw.T .
I| nome-jf tMlund
Yo' aiu't gwine to kill me?" he asked Attei dams. ."" ""I.tem 1U'"O'Iit'h..rkfOt, f..l1 ,
KIDKEY CURE iI IInllPlt1'1,
It
.
CV'G IrUl as she shoved back from the table! 1 l.Luavanupdware l'I'Ban1..tI.r l.....Ibtul KI"T'. C asLcans.. ,. take ,

l i iurutiel RIN J Jor !' at last .j'fULL MEASURE AKD'FIXE G Xe.112 tbeit Td a Xbn.P..Ouya 6n.PIrrr: Iltaaer; W1Moi prnu.M_,5'a I;I:

[ wAaa Wara'MID.t "Got to. I dun told yo':" BOllliy.- lorwttort !a lni : "-ron4\ a'.t ,
I b'L .
BarOTO_ it IIr-.I.fttll1b!!I > '. ', ,, tvt I
refunded. Contains i "But they'll bang yo', Linda." .i I.m wn' m p yd i "*," n r 1Ifot. .... n I.... n. r-I
.
I manlY "I don't keer." DANNHEISSER BROS .guopat.tha'uer. Imo is Ib..m. i Inns. 'r .vr Ti' '*. 51 f i ifiU''nT.w 't
t remedies tzcogoiztd by cmi-t M.. lK b''rac'n.nde warr.n.Vvi? '.' .1 ,I"
t
Sit: *
AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED fved.rweir M tn"lr, : .. ., ...., 1'I..r''f.I" I .... I!.
i .t' l'ir.l Tart Good. Do I M1' .. I .. -
a aii rre4 we ai.or .,. .
n''u..n the best fd information r. wd at" 1- r :,;.: \\. a err I. i
neat phyldans AS herself that y
rr.e.1oc.e.ac.CURE i it was she gave tacO t r.e rt ".n "'!I W'lnIlI11'.q.. 5.i.I fAnn
I I. f )Burner .imps:rnblure 'pn 1. "
fteh-y. u'.Kdaauteer .
+.ru r \\ e .n" ) .C I> d ,' ,I
CONSTIPATION. and there da'i. lAW C\a.e\ '. ;
"' u'fo and Bladder troubles of the murder was no IS.U' .. more : the to delier .. In wi.
.. KJdn&y >I ain Home; 401 S. Palafox! :: AI,. Ls'Llfugcuu>( ;.- ,.. SS<<"/and "lrt y. VLw S .f
"r"h I hw..p 11".1. ) h r tit | trace of excitement about her when : street. I : uwuy t< Dui d.. 5 1'1
PRICI ... ...c J...,, R.R. Excbanse i lop. 'i
IO d' ; -Opp. Union Depot t SALVONA SOAP
CO.
3'TO'BlC < en 'slJ! c! 1'1.'.. tfrujKtftcaccoIi&Dii. ebe confessed: her crime. Cor,121k, & Pi11E Sts, !
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Pensacola Louis.
lituit ( W. A. D'ALEMBEBTE. I M. QUAD. Fla Mo. ; I Il'
i Phones 116-268.: J ::1
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k THE .DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA TUESDAY, MAY 20,1902


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STEAMER I 5 KILLED, 6 INJURED :'I EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE HERE'S

I MilliONS I I
I
I IN RAILROADVREGK'\ '
AUGUST MEETING CALLED FOR MONDAY, i..N.NNN/NNlN1l1.1NI


i OF WOMEN Portland-St. Louis Flyer Col- MAY 26, AT 7:30: P. M. :I

BELMONT''' i
:J I i lides With Stock Train. I I YOUR

i A meeting of the Democratic Executive -'I

sM LIST OF DEAD AND INJURED j ji Committee of Escambia .+..>.1.NIlN/N

I NOW BEING BUILT FOR THE i
I county will be held at the office of
Collision/ Occurred One Mile East of i
I' LOUISVILLE:& NASHVILLE i Judge T. R. McCullagh at the court
Hyannis, Neb.-There Is Nothing to I CHANCE
house at ;:30 o'clock p. m. Monday,
RAILROAD. Indicate Who Was for
Responsible May 26,1902, for the purpose of call
the Wreck. .......... .11.11f.
-- i I ing a primary election and to trans eIe1/

\\'III.\rriv" I" About Two Month* to, t tc Lincoln, Nebr.: May 19.-Five men act such! other business: as may came
YOUR CHOICE OF ANY ."-
Take the 1'lace of the Steamship wel (I were killed and six others injured, two before it. C B. PAKKHILL,
of them seriously, in a collision on theBurlingtan'n I
Sauna, on the Tampico Line-To DAN MURPHY, Chairman.
I I Ic 1 I Lillings line esterilay.
Be l'iltel:0ut; WIh11 Modern The dead Secretary. $2.50

IinproteinrntH, and Will Sail I William Ray Tecumseh, Xebr.
i \V. W. Pitts Eldorado Springs, Mo. Ask Your Dealer for Allen's 1-00-l-a8".1

Uixlrr British 1-1&;. M. Tuttle, Whitman, Nebr. A powder for the feet. It cures Swollen! ,-ore, i|Ladi s' SHOES, OXFORD OR SANDAL, in the St..;r, : r
HotCallous.Aching,sweating Fret, Corns !
John Cox Strong City Kans. find Bunion At all druggists! and shoe
Preserve, Purify, and Beautify stores.2oc. Ask today
The steel steamer Lee Leinhart. I I
new Auquti; ----
the Skin, Scalp, Hair, '
Seriously injured: 0. I'tilips, en- I $1.85.
Belmont was launched recently at and Hands withuticlira 1 I gii.e.-r.; Isaac Cox. Strong City Kans.Slightly I MILCH COWS FOR SALE : waa .

t Newcastle: for the L. & N. railroad: :: hurt: Brakeman U. II. :::5it.\\ OR EXCHANGE
I!
1"\I H.
T. Houston
zero ; freight engineer; 1-1 .
and news of the same was gatheredby :
J1 ;
( E. Colvm conductor; J. .McDonnell J I FOR DRY CATTLE

::1 a NEWS mau this nurning. freight engineer. j
FOR WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY
ONLY
!
' All of these save the fireman, were
- The August Belmont is *!HJ,50: tons;
i I riding in the smoking car at the time. Call at 108: West Chase street and

\ n"t register and WV ;gross. She is > l ['SOAP } I This car was educed to kindlirg woo.. make your choice. I ALL GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES.
: lOrniOt GEO. W. TVRIOX, JR.
]j ji :II in ran. All of the injured have been !
1; ;oTi: feet long, 1jI) feet baam and :2S! I rioted to Alliance. : I
MILLIONS OF AYOMKV nv> Crricr/EA I I i -
feet depth of hold. SOP, assisti'il by CCTKTKV: OIY )IEST, I The collision occurred a mile east i BAY EXCURSION.Tuesday .
for beautifying the kin, cleaning! :the! Of Hyai.nis, between the Portland-St.|
t The new steamer will sail under scalp, and the.lltN'ID;;!.{ filling .h.u, for i Louis:; fiyer: eastbound and an extra I \ilhl Under the Auspices rr MEYER SHOE CO.
softening, whltl'lIIlIg.IJ.I soothing; red, the Kportli League ol'iheMetlioili.t ,
the British Hag: and will arrive herein rou"h, and sore mds, for baby ra-.he'i! stock train bound west, with 25 car. i' Church I
I itcliings, and irritations and for all the loads of cattle. There is .nothing to': Feel FumMipiN for ('ash Onlj,
( about two months to take the ,, purpose*of the toilet, bath, and nur.ery.Millions indicate who was responsitle for the. Steamer Columbia will leave Pala- I

place of the Norwegian steamship baths for oCWOIJ1l'n annoyiui use irritations Crrict R\iubIIUlaI SOAP in I, two trains moving in an opposite di-i i fox wharf at ;:31) p. Ul, and visit the 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.LJ'A.RJJAJUJJUU.J .

II I tions, and excoriation, or too free i.r otteni ,, rectuiu. being on the same track. Sauna, now running outhe: Tampico i, bite jirespiration! in *.i>*ie< for ulcerative II I be
I I I ing can enjoyed. Tickets 2-5
neakues, and for many sanative, autlSt'1.tlC -
line. She will! carry about fi,500 tons ,] | purjio>e': *, which reidiiy.uie->t WHISKY MADE HIM MADMAN. cents. Refreshments will be sold) i \ (\ .
themselves; to women,especially mutherj. on the boat. 17m3t
of coal. i __ __ I 111111111111111'lr110NDA
Peter Lineman ---- -- ,
Complete Treatment for Humours $1- Wrecks Three Houses

The August HehiDut is now receiving t'ouitloof1CTtu RAotlq.r., : ,tveaii.eUie and Fatally Injures Woman. I\, Special communication ,
hkm uf iTiit.ti.'l M de"anti-o1ttl! the
linekenedeun'ito ", 'IK 1'IUOISfMEVT ',."'.1, New York May !!>.-IVter Lineman. of FUcambia; Lodge No. 15,
! her linishing touches; at III'Lllltly alii.. HI'Iniu. IIIILhlliIt'I.n,1 tier 1<'. & A. M., at 7:*) o'clock
Far old a farm hand G
employed '
Jrnuuun.aiul tin! \ heelnuduflRA
an Friday night, May 23. y
t Newcastle and will hive all of the I t11'.I.KtviLsT\ .I.CCTICl'RA. I'ILUi"...;.hria.l! and ck-an-e! 'I i,. by Charles Winner near" Green Villaee, Work in E. A, decree.Visitiujr .
havrecked three houses and : brethren invited.
Ute-t improvements of a modern 1 r.nJlT: PILL! (CbllCuhteCowti newel
, !)are.ut.I..h'.ttff,."ilurl..,ii.n uukaldubitilcte killed :'tll's.ricnfl'. Lintmanbn HARRY W. Gums,
lor the ..' >brat.1 liquid Cl'Tlct'UA '. W. D'C. KESSLEK. -
: forein'e; ;; el.I had just quit work. Is said to have Secretary.W. : "
Ii. i I other M uj '
-oLVET an v.i .L" fur .1 > [urder. ,
JI.sn O- T-I ft
.a'.J buu.:u -uri.. W d.js,:2Cc.si i been intoxi'ated.
1 TL! building of tbia vessel will -- --- -
,
!.! hroue9our th r rci: IIn"lJoo"'l a L'"
' ;orS.>>... tit,L-Tt'n H>TtEfcuiu Ll'.U A?CdUU Returning to the Winner house he : I lGI1rs..trrFNTI0N: : : !
:.<< addreitlyto the immense exportbif'iues ," '.,aura HiuytUoitoii,{;.:s.A. found the door locked. Securing an ax

he rroke in and demolished" eurythlnu ,! Regular conclave of
now being carriej on by i.Z. L. FRIEDMAN & OD'Sv
co'ur d LeonCrlununIra
: in sight. When Winner and bin ff' ;- -

t1.,. I.. & N. in the -hipuieut, of coil FLORIDA INDIAN :t i Wife appeared Lineman hurled his nx 1 L Idar;' No. 1, Kuight4 -
I Templar, nt half p. m
t.. T :. .>iM. the! will carry abu* at the woman and she fell sl'\.r'ly v |)IulldaI.n' L'fiSojouVningSir v STOI E. t :
WAR( CLAIMS BILL uouiiutd.! Lineman took up the w, a"-- Ij.; \ : Knight-!

,.. i I' d- Miure mal tl. .si the dauaa.QUAPLANTIHE c\ u:>d visited the homes of two othirlani.Mi's. ire! cUIIJ'tt'oulill"itt"cI.. ..

-- ;!! !. br'.aking in the doors and dstrcytrS !' H.\ KK\" W. (JlHB-<. -
the furniture' lie,< EI/.E\ Kecorcler.K. '
C. --Price Remnant Sale-1! : .
PASSED TODAY BY THE HOUSE Meantime Winner ran to the nearest ,'

telephone half a mile away and U'lo- Slaiul Like a Mime Wall.I5"twetn --
GIVES FLORIDA A BIG phoned' Sheriff leaker, who swore in a
:;$CONSISTING OF -&
l your children/ mil tintortures _
COMMITTEEMEETING r .sw- of tight men. Before they rea"h-1:
I of i itching and burning
; ju/.i--
BUNCH OF MONEY. '1 -*<\ tl c place bowtver Lineman had ma.MJaldlieailor other: skin disii--. White Lawns. Dimities, Ducks; Piques. Coiored M

tall -ti before a load of shot from acun -How? why, by u..inri Kuckleu'- **
------ Lawns
Crashes.
in fact Remnants
in the hancSo'or! a house owner and Arnica Salve, earth's greatest heul-: Gtnghams, -

A telegram: w.r itcmivt-d at the t.E'as carried to jail. Mrs. V.'innerprobably er. Qaicket care for Ulcer Fevi-r of All Kinds from I to 10 Yards J[
will die. Sore*. Salt:; Klit-uin, Cut., Huru" or
pilot rfflce ttilifttruuon from Hrui-e, Infillible; for 1'iies, tile.: Positively at One-Half Price.
at W. A. })' \lemhf'ftfo'.* drnytor.: -
The iavfl= Cdpt. J. Ed. O'Britu! atllouucil? NINE TOURISTS DROWNED. -----..----,.------- ""
joint qtiiransinw: tiiat- 121 Smith Pdlfox: -tr -(-t.COVCERF UK

Inri commit' met lut: ni! ;ht, pnrsuai.t that the onihihutlaiui hill, carry- Their Boat Capsizes! on Lake Killarney -AND- DAXI'K- ; A'1' -;j DII/CI CJ.IT> ill AXIiitc, I'inK O" *I
I
me with it the Florida Indiau W.r MAGNOLIA lILfFF THrilM).\ yXWHT. .. ul( laC1i t }I ,
:.o adj. urnment, the purpose Curing Squall. TILIXS1' H. S:1.-:: AN l> anll liitu'tl n :Miirl (iirillr L.-n-Ili- ; .

claim, !had parsed the hoti-e. London: May IS-Nine" English ton n.! L.t '\T 1UAIN UKITUNSATllr.Vl.
being to I give a iioariu C. at his re- See Show
< I rlst.s including four women and four TICKETS 25 CENTS, ATDEPOT. Window. :

qllt';t, :,) Dr. R. C. \\"bi., portMCIIH This bill had already pa ,ed both btatcun.ure drowned yesterday by _
the upsetting of a boat on the Lake of ---- "
: : who had! t'xpre--ei| a de- houses, but way amended in the KHlarnej, County Kerry Ireland during Everybodj has a njrDt toi tit[!( Ylln ANXIOTS I'LKAM-:.
ZfII
piece of this earth. Hut they mti-t
!'to .->flr evidence in rebut'.d oftrjtitntny seuatp. the Florida claim however, a squall.A. Ii} ht for it. Th('yinast watch; their 9%

taken by the committee. ;; standing originally introduced. train rear Glasgow was derailed chuace t) get it, and get it. L. FRIEDMAN & CO.IIbJUUymmmwA. .
this corning. There was no loss of > Thos. C. Watson & Co. ;

Dr W:.ito did lint app-ir, but sent The omaibiij bill then WHit to tl:e lifp. bet numbers were injured. have some particularly flue b..rr.ui.-

liiMis-, which These are the earliest samples of to offer ju-t haw, and t.iey: iiiviu
objfcttJ u SMi.e of ,
mac immaatcatiou, which ova I the acHdPuta which usually mark the you to conic aud rove-rigr; -..ulE !

red 3! l ferr-d ti the iiuh-Mtnmit- the amehdment and it wa? ti.t-u referred Whitsuntide hank holidays.A !!. You. will uever regret haviu diunso. .
.r storm i* sweeping over the coasts!'
1
te: ? ,irj; 'd with lie duty of preparJti : to a coufereuco committee, of the United Kingdom. The weather

;; the fla.il report. upon whose report the h.-u*e today is wet windy and cold Inland and the ', ( (h .: :, '\ Ii r : fli( (\ /' ;-7 Paxson & Hall'sTransfer.

number of "trippers" were consequently '" liUIIG1r r' --- j:1:
<
acted in parsing t.tbill.! ..
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After the! tra: i: action of sotui much curtailed holidaymakers contenting 4 ,seaflu :- .,. I' 'L

routine bu-ines5 caminittee adjourixJ There is now uod...ubt of the bih : tiH-cisi-lvps!' with attending .j
nearby raring events and crlckr :1
t Subject; to the call of tchtinnau e becoming l .w. matches. tH aULtU 3tk.' ; .: / ,

to be made us "non :ts the The claim of Florida, including The cart horse parade In Repent? ',. I.j FI

uric' today attraueii the usual crowd. .j'EI IAI. ATTEN'iI.-, ----= ."'...... ,. I. I..l
report i u Wady for eon-id,-rati.n. interest, ai.d deductiu a claim ---- :?iz A GIVES In : .1 '_ ;I" .

if the government agaiiift this IiAiliev C.1n'rar Shies ::::ta IPC II- -..... .. .

REVIVAL AT LITTLE BAYOU <* .te, with interest, amount; to one SUP smaller after u-tng Allen's FonlEa. TAUUNT Baggage and Hauling -;';:''!">-.I ; :. ,I .
'
-- puwdrr to b? shaken Into the shoes I
ifO'F'1..
'/
!c:< we! OS, for the ;-ettlement cf It rns'ittiijut: or newilioes ft>elca-y; ga'r s .'V YtfY" I ,
in-tant relief to corn and bunion" It itUe Machinery Safe*. Piano and ':. ;____; .
Muc'i intVre-t i- brig; miuifettdin which tin- bill pr"'IJ""i252.J'2.S'2.5".52S -. greatest comfort discovery of the age.Uurr b Furniture Moved Promptly at \ "/ W
hud prctentuilen Net, tili'-tT. f /
h..in"t -
revival ineftiiiij-j
the
conducted ,
callous had sore 'pots. Allen's Koot-Kase Short Notice: ; al-o Conduct.... 1t
by HPV. F. M. Turner at the :' .:ic5a-:5 D'1SOCIETY Uacerfun curtfor '\ *iuin?. hot. aching DAILY MENUSComprie
ff-t At;all druil: "ts and slirw Mores'-oc. :b lIll '1'.Cl..t>.*. I i

lUyou Chicnchool house" on the! leap'taerptaaysut l in uia.I AdJre->.tituti-., Aliens.Trial Ulmsttd packagefrKFK a. Did You Ever Do Thison

dummy line. fj EVENTS f; Lt-y.N. \. Date Dihes all the the Markets Up-to-- Livery, Feed and

A great: many went forward for FynyRaI.am Kelievn tight Away a cold morning before man:
of the World
? \:J ukcs! a s..,.'fIJ.r t'lld otwut;ant coiyGLANI I
pruyer lat uijht. AND P PERSONALS j Afford. Sale Stables. got up to get breakfast: If so. .'

There will be no "service touiht; : ) IXCIKSIOXTo : : know the benefit of using GAS: .'

but all Christians are invited to at .H5HSaSHSZ5H5HS25H5H5ESH5HiWm.u [= Corner Zarragassa: and Jefferson Streets cooking. Mamma can touc!. ,

tend the meetin< tomorrow nft to Ladies' Private Opposite PI :a. t< Telephone 251. match and she has fire enough t,
H, Platt of Philadelphia: i 3
work. bake, broil or stew, and CJL!
m the good papa
help ,
among the guests at the Merchants.Jos. : Dining Parlors
--- --- HARRY HALLflARK.Maaager take an extra nap while Lreakfa-t .-
TATS.. IUIA1.NS. t). Raine: Jr.. of Atlanta, a .
under way. Of all modern conveniences :
popular insurance; man i. anon Transfer Department.Moonlight .
1'oxl That Makes Brilliant Nets e- the guests at the Merchants. Mobile, Saturday night June 14, especially during; t-

apers. leaven: the union depot at 10:30: p. Regular Dinner Daily. summer months, there is nottu 1:
cannot 1 W. C. Cause of Mobile, who is en- m. Returning, train will leave Mobile
Nervous prostration continue
it the right kind of food is t ga ed in the timber business in thi:? at 12 o'clock Sunday night, f Hop that thelhouaewife: appreciates like *

used, but food that will build fat does 'cityarrived at the Merchants this June 15. Fare for the round trip, Short Orders Promptly GAB RANGE or STOVE.

not always contain the elements :I morning. i1. O; from Cantonment and Century Filled. Nljfht or Day.
for rebuilding; the aoft ,1 same as Pensacola. For further information : etMAGNOLIA
necessary 'r
gray matter: in the nerve centers. | Leopold Hirschman left yesterday ,I apply to Pen acola Gas Co
ROBT. KINO I BLUFF
lady tells how she got well from or
A
for Southern ,,
Alabama i
I i representing'A. It it'i (Something Good to Eat
PETER
using Grape-NuU Breakfast Food. '! THOMAS, :, you *lib,you'll Had U at
It I was treated by several physiciansat |' Moog of this city. Mr. Hirsch- I Excursion Managers !, I Tuesday Night May 20th, No. 3 S. Paltfox St.. Penucoli. Fli.

the hospital. My disease was man says he is selling; Kentucky !i i Nick Apostle'sPopular Under the Auspices of !
pronounced neurasthenia (nervous : hardware. : CONCERT AND DANCE AT i CHEW NOXICEM.
prn-tration). The doctors gave me .....
MAGNOLIA BLUFF ; Restaurant. Catholic Knights of
.t' THURSDAY'NIGHT. America.
various nerve tonics wlthoat producing The reception tendered Mr. andI ',
results. I : TRAINS AT S,8:30AXDj NEITHER tile captain ownn -
beneficial finally j
any Mrs. D. P.
Deloney at the home of Refreshments nor eoailgoe of ta
at
got so weak that I could not work I Mrs. Mary Peterson ,9. LAST TRAIN RETURN A I City Prices.A Russian bark' Lima will bresponilble '
of
corner Bar1
j for debts contracted
either physically or mentally. celona and Government ':1150. TICKETS 23 CENTS A TL Prize will be given to the Most by the crew of tatf Teu l.
I the streets last
"About two years ago began ,
Popular A. E. HJOT.EC.V,
Lady oa the Grounds.
., DEPOT.
use of Urape-Nuts and a markedimprovement I(I night was a very pleasant social af'fair. Feniaeola Lumber Co., uptaiaConsignee .
set in at once. In !' A I !. I1muflaNEITHER
large number of Admission
invitedi wish the best 25 cents
eight weeks I had regained my i guests were ; and ;i Water coolers that do not I III If you very ,
present
a most .owners
en- the
do old work
and could
strength my 1 waste ice at the ice cream freezer at the very Trains will leave Union Depot of the Brltiti
better than before, that of i i joyable time was had by all. Willis
even /antI!" will be "-
II lowest price the Willis Promptly at 7:45 and 8:30p. m., returning -
writing for the press. All honor to I j Hardware Co.'s. for debts contested
Grape- uts." lame given by Pot a- II i Subscribe to the NEWS 10c rer \ -- Hardware Co. can please at 10:40 and 11:40 p, m. by the crew of laid veiiei.

t j tam Co., Battle Creek, Mich. I week I Trv THE'NEwa Want Column. \\you. later Bend than Refreshments 4:30. to Depot not To Order. OTTO rears C'apca.Km*,:-.





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