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The daily news
Uniform Title:
Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Pensacola Fla
The News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
May 28, 1900
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular


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

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PENSACOLA has a Depth of 33 Feet of Water in the Channel at the Entrance of the Harbor. -1";::i'.



Chatham Grand Jury 1'f'outll1eud But and Welt Railroad to He Taken .


May 26.-The grand jury Ala., May 2t>.-It has I

in the superior court made some nOr) i been learned from high authority that V 1/l4

Because radical recommendations in their general the litigation in connection with the POWDER
Suspended ofI Rumors of
I presentments with regard to the East and West Railroad of Alabama is BSOLUTECYIPURE

La.. k of Protection. I gambling question. From President Kruger. i about to be closed by agreement between ,

I They stated to the court that the planof :i t Ihe litigating parties.It Makes the food more delicious and wholesome .

: fining the.lmLll'rs had not broken is understoixi that the v
: DIES OF HIS WOUNDS | ; THE ONLY Brownings IOV'I e&p__r eo., Prr "
POTTS i np the business, and recommended ALTERNATIVEi'rill bell out the interest decreed to them

I I.evero punishment, or, in other words, 'by the supreme court to the Kelly estate .

.i 1 IV J thltrultAFrotaSt.Louts| jail and chamgang sentences. They ]Peace CUD Only He Obtained Through I aud that the road wil pass: into the CLOSING !MR. REPORTEDSenate
also stated that they found it impossiblein SESSION OF BACON'SJILL
,, ., II( itAll Labor Lulons Are j Unconditional &Surrender Wealthy hands of the Kelly estate. It is nuder- ( ,
i many cases to get the uicessary .stood finally that the East and West Coinmtttee Favors Investigation
t I.\M--liulMiug Trades ovidence uaill violators:; of the law >lluloudou-Ul'ro of Mafe- will pass into pos>Ie..ion of the Seaboard
of Cuban 1'05t..1IJ' ln.
l.ifcs, U /iidi. .I 'the nwhiurTT ut their disjiosul being iuadrriutr. king-Upton's Cup ('halleue. ;Air Line being extended into BirmiugI THE PRESBYTERIANS!
They recommended the an- I tarn. The details of the settlement have WA.SHUUTOV: May 2tS. When the

tlav.-Cars were runj j IM.llltuwut <>f a sheens bailiff fur the LONPOX, May 26.: -The outlook forpeace'how been left to tie attorneys and the agrt-, |1 ,K'nate met Mr. Wolcott presented the .

,I .... lines of the sJt. i 'Lmllli. jury for this }llIrlMI c. They also soon will it come and the'isteps ;, meal, it ia said is now being drawn up. 1' 'conference report ou the pontoffice apprcpriaturti -
rl'l't1111 1l1l'lIIlltl that the coming grand General Assembly Completes
,>"ipaiiy during the early I jury of tin June term investigate the by which it nIl lie procured are :I -- ---- bill showing an agreement

laI'II\If! after 10 o'clock, wholesale! charges of bribery and vote the foremost topics of the hour here.1'' ESTATE OF_LATE H.M. COMERs Its Work and Adjourns. j I i upon all the items of the hill which {'I-

hud l, en guarding them 1 I buying in the fetal primary e H'tion. The air is full of rumors about motssaprerom Total Value U Estimated at !jHJ 6-: --- --- i elude the pneumatic tubes appropria

,signed for duty at tho President Kruger the Boer delegates 020.0S
by the Appraisers. thin
.,.imane.s, Last night tho and other formal steps> looking to SAVANNAH May 20.-The inventory I Mr. Galhngor. from the committee on

.v omml-nioners] decided] Will ('Ollllt't'tUtlr..lIlI, S. C., und a cessation of hostilities; but these so and appraisement of the estate of the contingent expenses, reported back favorably

nun of the poll was more Florida Gulf ('oa t. far, have proved to be without anyfoundation. late Hugh M. Corner, president of the Important IiuIne.Trxnsactedbythe the resolution ordering an Investigation .

,u. the running of street TAi.LAHAvir.K;, 1'la.l:1y 2t!.-Goorgo ,Central of Georgia Railway AssemblyMtlllon Dollar Educational : of postal and other irregularities
in Cuba with amendments.
the Transit
tare. the off company the Ketcham: H. Stern aud II. K. Brown of According to the opinion of one of the i baa been filed in the court of ordinary. Fund Authorl/cd-CommitteeAppointed .
'i.i cart during --- --
:: tprotection., :Macon Ga., promoters: of the Georgia 1 highest officials of the foreign office Tho total value of the estate ii estimated to lime Charge. Bishop Kean's u'r'ss.WAsm'oTox. .

.ty has rebultod from thet ,hot. tired the riot of last i'to iiig the importance of these
in from .Anderson S. J., via Tallahassee, imaginaryappeals. H,1MOSI
is and
personal property member of the Catholic
This general assembly finished: its work and Eeau apostolic
4 when three men wee i, Cairabclle, on the gulf were here j authority is inclined to i the balance, $!S,940, is iu real es .
. Hurry Putts, a striking mo believe that the most submissive telegram adjourned today at noon. university here, who was commissioned
this week on a second visit in the interest tate. The paper filed is simply a dei -
: flu victim. His b the fourth of their enterprise. One of the party Kruger could compose would nut i tailed statement of all the property left The closing session was mainly occupied by Pope Leo XIII to visit the varioussees

-e the strike begun.v said they had spent $1,500,000 for property alter the situation in the slightest.. j, by Mr. Comer and the values placed on with clearing the docket of mattersof of this country and make personal
ufileers of the labor unions in this vction. "Peace," he declared, "can only be j ji the different items by tho apprui...r". minor appeals iu its !behalf has been quite suefpHsful -
.* have re, "lved to call on all K. R. Ifolioway! engineer for tho i accomplished! after the Transvaal Las importance not interact to up to date in the matter of raising '

il and international unions in Georgia Pine railroad is in the city, undergone' the same process as the Free i!TO ESTABLISH A NEW TOWN the general publiC the required $1.000,000, with whichto

'rv to send representatives hereanting having made a reconnoissanee of the State. The cases are, or will be, in a -_- A communication from the mission endow chairs at the institution and .
"- "- on the struggle in few days, analagous. The) most forcible facilitate its work.
country between Bainbridge/ anti Talla- Promoter of .Mammoth Cotton Mill station of the church in Brazil invitingthe
hich HII'Y.1Y in ugaiust or. illustration of my meaning can be ---- -
hawses, with a \'it'to putting a surveying Hrhlnil the Venture. secretary of foreign missions to visit '.
f. .t1J on
,< ftlwi decided to ask the officers corps j sued or had sued for peace. What' JACKSOX Tl'nn., May 3J.-C. A. Tripp Brazil at the nest meeting of the synod
FORT WORTH, May 2'i.-A duel to the
'rJl' Federation of Labor to Suicide. difference could such action make? i lof Boston general superintendent of and urging reasons for his attendance,
uu to all the union either Kru er'tI word nor 8te 'n'lword death was fought by Emmet Coy and
appeal COM M BIS. Miss, May 2(5.( Forest Mammoth cotton mill now under courseI was referred to the executive committee
in America fur financial aid. are any guarantee that their people will Bonifacio Perez, in Hidalgo county, at
in the office of the I lof construction in iu the Mr.
Gaither compositor here
a a city. on fortfign! missions.A .
AB ill repudiation *>f the telegram j jwnt I submit. Kruger might surrender. Pretoria 100 yards. Winchester rifles were used.
to tho speaker of the house { Commercial Printing company, at- might be in our hands, yet in Tripp says it is the Mention of his com.pany resolatic.u was adopted returning Both men fell dead in their tracks.

-"nlativea in opposition to the tempted suicide at his boiirdinghouse by I other parts of the Transvaal we might to establish' an independent town thanks to tho people of Atlanta, her ---- ----

.. Fur bill purporting to come shooting hiiiiM-lf! through the right lung 1 have a recurrence of such a thing ad the site in the immediate vicinity of their churches, members of the the rail Urotbl"ndn'f Killed.
:.mi/.>d lalmr, has been sent to with a ;3S.caliber revolver Blither is i siege Wepener, or widespread npris- I 1 fa'tory to be called Bemis. press
v lerton by H. W. Steinbigs, penrt. said G) l>e iu love with Miss Mattie Al- J jugs, which would necessitate the place I j &1Ili., as laid out will be a model roads and the moderator. Dr. Rice and CHARLOTTE N. C., May 2fl.-Whila ..

n tury-tn-uiiurer vt the National ford daughter of the lady with whom i i ing of troops there. The war casino t town with wide streets waterworks the moderator Judge Martin, respondedwith :: I sawing wood: at St. Mary's college thia!

j ; Trades council he boarded and a quarrel bad occurred I'l terminate until a disarmament U corn and j a large park u ith a lake. Many of much feeling.At morning Brother Andrew was killed by

I between the couple. This is supposed ( pletelj j effected among all they; Boer the houses are now in course of oou- the night session the assembly de- the bursting of the saw, his body Wing:
DEFENDS HIS POSSESSION. to have cau-scd the young man to at- ''forces. When the Boers want peacet i iI 'trucllun.I almost severed.
;rcpt to end his> life. the attending I'l y must tell Lord Roberts and take cided unanimously to raise a twentieth .
..II.-... lukr (' "lrlte or Island und physician thinks there is a fair ciiixnee '1 him I in their arms. This may perhaps, Revenue District KxteodeU.Ss century fond of 1,000,000 to endow the "Prevention----is- -the- -best bridle."

I- Ire* oil 1'vllee. fur his l'l.'l'o\'l'ry. i i occur at the instigation of PrUbidentKrucr j FBASCISCO May 28. Colonel educational institutions of the church. You can pn vent sickue-s und cure

May 26.-With an armed -- ; ; but the only importance would e j James Bristol, commander of the internal The assembly allowed live years for the that tir'd ft't'linRnd all blood
:Negro Burglar Kscapos. c now attach to any of his appeal work. which has been referred to a committee -
:i. Iwo rapid fire guns and revenue cutter Rush is preparing to humors by taking Hood's Sarsapa-
O!'EI.1Ala., May ::!';.-Bob IjrK-k- or utterances is the extent with which j>: of which Dr. W. W. Moore of rilla.
\ ire for making entangleu they will be observed among his ovra ex'end the district, the Hawaiian Islands I Union seminary u chairman with the _
hart broke into thestoreuf Var-
; .iiu George Streeter has a uegro people. My personal opinion is that it haTing been added to the district of following representatives from each The best lawn mowers at reasonable -

.. .u of 190 acres of land ner Bros. Thursday night. Jim Varner will bo found that the extent is small 'C 1ifomia. After June 14 the shipmentsof synod in the assembly: prices, at the Willis Hardware

\* the United States one of tho firm happened to go back though this fact should i notdelay. race, \ opium tobacco and other' dutiable Synod of Georgia-Kev. Theron H. Co.'*.
,. listing'hn-w: iutreuch- after sumac cigars and recognized the or more properly pacification. articles will be stamped with internal Rice, D. D., Atlanta; Samuel P. Inman -----
if up two he The revenue before being sent to the OUTLOOK DISCOURAGING
burglar but got nway. police Intervention of No: Avail. stamps Atlanta IS : ':
ted each of tho
i m one
were put on his: trail and arrested him. Hawaiian Islands. Synod of Tt'xlilh.v. W !lf. Scott ..
"Lord Roberts should be able
t g. lIe was brought to town and as Police : to sn be D. D.. Galveston; .\. F Hardic. Dallas. ( Ili-rlP I'roilU Cary hurt Cotton
-Limit the due the Transvaal almost
-Her to as easily as .-
: own Y
Sent to the Senate. .
Huns.m him into the ( 'r"pl. 1'rta.
man put
city Synod of Ylri. uhH'JR.. P. Kerr
wortthf title clear, would did the Free State. If as I hear is
'vntn } lO.OOrt.OW anti $.d).- gmirdhou-a was caught off his guard likely, bodies of Boers will take to the WASIUNur0NMay6.-Secretary Root D. 1). Richmond; George 1:. CasJne, (i.\1 HoTO''IIay: ?'Ii.--'olr. J G Cur- .:

; 1..'>; Captain Mn-et and histniuiKii and knocked down by the nl' ro. J Ull1(1- hills a lot of them will,,- kept there till has sent to the senate in response to an Lynr-hburg. tie, ;i well kno'.MUMttoniwrt, says man -..
the form the
ou a halo snnd 1.,1.1' ill/ over prostrate negro they: are tired. With the bulk of the inquiry a report from General Davis, \'nlJllJfrkUl..a -Ilev. Samuel G. interview' m
his :
tll..llllId made good
l'.wape. (-r. Little Rovk; J.imo P. ( "ffill.
-friiu the shureat the footstreet. population disarmed these guerrilla!
governor general of Porto Rico relating B.Ilt''iIt: "OarI..i..q from "south west and
The spot WI'Uot of the bauds are not likely to be serious fac
('au> salaries of
fl in Porto Rico.
to officers
army .
Synod of Florida-Rev., W. II. Dodge middle! aud "
the map and he laid claim li.1 >< are < ery ilisi-oiiraging; .
May 2'5.-Tho assistant labor tors."I fail to see how matttrs will bl' nl- hut According small; to the report for there has been 1). 1), Ja'-Laouville; Will] 'am Fisher in soinisections of that territory distressing .

1-.ll.y dumping of all commissioner 1 has returned from the i iCumnock t if foreign the expenditure quern, furniture l"'lI ..'nla! 1.
yours Fred even a power say
and Tin- nmtmned
alarming. :
carriages. etc., and they only ,
f rt fuse and tnvrth washed up by coal mine where investigation L: anted :States: consented to trantrnit Synod of Kentucky-Ilex. L. H. Boat "'
formed u large; tract and Cap the unconditional surrender of our foes. such as \\ ere absohiti! !y niccssary.Fined n, D. D., Richmond; A. J. Alexander, !Iraiusand! eoiisei'ieut| o\erflows have wI -.
of Tuesday's disaster has IK-CII in ---
I : interfered with and
r Tiailles.siuolof. riimsly planting replanting -
: <-ter UTHIHH u nun of import- I caunoi see that it would be worth the
l' v'ress. The explosion did not extend Tor Draulng Hit (inn.ATHNU i : and feared '
. With ja o -U-v.J F. ('lIlInnu.D. ? it is tjiat large
hIJIIIMnauI" and the ia- it i* written the
roper on, though: action
,. \nlueofthtt Linds his troubles mon'than ;;i r J or 400+ feet. There was a |'we would take is too bypothecal: for uu May.6.-Ottietr. Binkstou \\, St. Louis; T. S M.lli-eters 6r.cuts. area of the Brazos and 'olitriidjlH-ttouis I''
hole in the thick of miser
glass a lamp be in this Labor in
The tract became couuecTfdshon to forecast." of the city police funi1 has bon fined [/ i cannot put season.
and the theory i< that an excess of g".lijllth..n'.ll Synod lof :\Mumphis-Rcv.! M. three sections is becoming a M'riousquebtiou.
and nwucrs of adjoiningrvwntrd Others who hive the ,
suddenly from unknown : given matter H) in the rworder's court for drawing
the some Woods, D. D., Muuiphis; J. M. Moose, The experience of the disas
presence of Cap- I their study echoed these iII'whilt' a
. reservoir and wised the lamp to burn a his revolxcr a negro Rinkst hadaunltereaiut G>rmth. Miss. 1 trous floods of last summer has M) discouraged -
. antI
--itr[ the rI'tIUIJ'r ho had 'well known member of the diplomatic
about him. hole through the glass. It i is asserted ; with John Law on the J-ynoilof Misippi-1'.t: ] -v. X.1.. F. the negroes that they are unwilling '"
. They earned the it ,
The : that the hole in plainly broken from the corps j thought most improUible strut while off duty and drew his revolur Alexander: U D., New Urloans; C. H. tlJi.k another crop and are
'I' i iiirt. inpreme court interior outward. !my nat ion would transmit even an unconditional | I
III i threatening manner. work in other abandoning
> seeking
Aluiiidi-r Jackson. places
owl Mates decided ,
that the i offer from the Boers or that .
within the jurisdiction of the such method of to then -- -- -- Synod of N-uhvi'lt-Rev. George I the field work for railroul building
1,1'1I1''moin to ueeeed Katrhford.V a attempting stop
lH-tou ilurncd.
Drpit and other ...Iucl'l'I.f Alto-'tl'r ; u'nn1D.. n.. ClurkivilkTenn.. ; employment.
thereupou would do the IWrs
" :., district to the f''lh-f.\l'N\' '- \ .*.niiT >x, May :?..-It is undtr- ar as salving their pride.any good, except .( 'TOV: .\In., 'olai.Tbt': ; John H.: Eakin NashvilleSyuml gethirtlio outlook is Lt'I ,lmilllC !It.rious.

.. stood that the i ut has decided of North Carolina Rev. J. W. and while a late inevitable. a
.\ >ear ago he orpuitz-d a preside to The queen's birthday was made anexcuse ripe and Nasluille depot at this place crop .

. ., U J"I'rlllUl'nt under the namoi appoint as a member of the industrial for prolonging) the M.ifrking celebrations1. has been di-stroywl by fire, entailing aloss :Stagg, D. D., Charlotte; Georgo W. short one ia.,.-we!--fear---...:very..._ -possible." .. .. :
] .Irl<'t if lake Mirhi and General Baden-Pow WatU, Durham. : .
;nn commivsiou to succ -ed M. D. RatchforJ Major '
of t'W.OOO. Fourteen of dvuamite ('harll'u \\ Ith .1s cases
of South Cdrlhlu-H. W. G. .
. n'lf rhii'fju-tice and to other resigmnl, Charles Leitchman of Ma: ell, naturally enough is the hero of the Synod -t .
tuichusetts ;
j stored in the cxVudcd
building villn Yorkville C 1": Graham Gn..u.1"ill ATLAxTA May 2r.-Chargeel
l'! impurtaace. The police, de- formerly general 'hour.It i :: ; with a-
Sl'lrt'tary.trl'a .t\\a'ning: 'ojjlo fur miles nrunnd.
; p
u him and 1m army of about ucl'r of the Knights of Ijilior. is interesting to note, with the exception sanltiug a married woman William .
1t1.1 then np to date he has -- .--- of General Hnnter. General \CnroIlmi Cotton Mill. Synod of AlaKmia-Rev. Russell Ce1 1
Williams and
I an elderly man a con ft d-
Ill ithi r part of town. Killed l>y J..IthllllnJ. 3aden-Powoll is the youngest major r cil, Selma: J. W. Ijapsley Anuist :- 'fure blunl in the Coi-vxtl i, S. C., May :-tJ.-The Glenn- I l'rate'otemn., has been arrested and .' .
nixm wa llil'il1l'1.1'lil'II1I" general
Bat' >irx>E. Ala., May 2t>.During army. ,
a lockod in the Tower.
tr"l'll'r'.. trouf.hu1d. Liwtry cotton mill iif Whitmyer has COMMITTEES ARE CHOSEN. up .
rain and thunderstorm near Harmony Will !>lIe Ills ('hallrne. .
the : -
11 'wn out bv ofdIMovend -
occujiants applied for a charter. The capital stock ',
'. ... a party ap- a sun of IjWii Blackmail way killed by Ia). Dos, May 2/ .-Sir Thomas Lipton ii. f JOO.OOO. The Grl'pnw.II,1 Insurance .MfthixiKt Conforrnoo l'.in-ls: One h,y.rftarjr The ancients believed that rheumatism .. .:

,; Ir uu the direction of Lincoln lightning. He was in a board playhouse 'will not announce the date of his uest compiiny was also iucorporatM. The and Two Edltorc.ChIICAGO. was the work of a demon .
,: a man. Any one who has /
at the root of a hickory tree ill the yard ,challenge: for the American cup till Au capital stock i is {ItM.U': May 2ft.-A long list of had an attack of sciatic or inflammatory ,
f i the rifles
"m pickets' quicksli when the lightning struck the
ran ''
rtenvestigattng i party down it and killed him. !gust. The continuance of his silence, Rebel Governor Captured. standing committees of the church and rehumatistn will agree that ) :

red *,ne of the bullets struck a -.- -- be frankly admits, is due to the 1-elief a committee to :select delegates to attend the infliction is demoniac enough to .:'"
iy .Il.' ils'n 'Ilanh'-ill the Htfu sc* to Obey Court's Mandate. that it will enhance his chance of win :MANILA May 2 \.-Colonel Padilla the ecumenical congress iu London in warrant the belle It has never :.Fbeen "

.11 ill -fill); a severe wound. CITY (w )MEXICO May 2ti.-A telegram l ning. Hence the statements purporting the rebel governor of Xenva Ecija was 1901 have been agreed upon by the claimed that Chamberlain'sPain : .t .
to) come from him are untrue and it f is Halm would c t out demons i .
''lit laN fled to a patrol box [ captured during the recent fighting at
ha ben received from J.
a riot c.ill. A force of 2Hi. G. Gano, clear, that Sir Thomas has no idea o( Nt-uva Ecija and is now in jail here. Methodist general conference.A but it will cure rhf utnati m, and "< :.

: iirmeil wtth nvoUertirried at San Mircos, announcing that tho i again attempting to "lift the cup" until -- --- resolution was also adopted allowing hundreds bear testimony lit the .. ':. ; ,

t<> the M-ene front the judge of the Mexican court refuses to nest year.speculating. Fatal Shooting Aflniy.SAVASVAH ; all officers> of the general evnfereneewho IlIlh of this statement. One appll- '::
>..tatjo11.'h'l1 the om- carry out the order of the supreme eourtof 'ation relieve thin p-iin and thh att. ,
I." Tent
26.-A shooting
the May were not re-l.'let.tcrJ.olI".haf of theirsalaries
nt-aw, thedl" 'l.iyof force, Mexui> to turn over to him the Vaca, on \Icproy. snick relief which itallord is alone f' '
i iftrvut. The i pohce re- San Marcos and other mines. The military WIoIJOS.lay :!(Simulation:: is now scrape K-curred at this place between until the meetings of the annual worth many tiniH. it. eost. Fur ale ;1-(:;:

station where arruupeia force will probably be necessary: to :rife as to who will bu the first yicenosu f Larimore O'Neal and Hugh Hiut/m, conference.Rev. t h y Hannah lro" :!South: 1'1'alafozI ',fro
U them with enforce the ord.-r. [ which resulted in the death of the latter. NV. P. t. _'_ 't II
> to nrm Ill'ntt"tlu tra1ia. The Duke of Fife ThiikieW fornu-rlv general -- .
--- -
- -- -
". m. in an endeavor to l'alor Will Abandon Politi!'.. is frequently mentioned, but his royal I To Heal a Hurt secretary of the Epworth league, will repair your watches a .d 'l, .

ST.r force.M 1s1UHPOLIl.1y 2t'.-It is stated wife is notoriously disinclined to taking was rlel'lnrl'lll'll'C'ft'd as one of the secretanes jewelry in first-class style. J. I. i" !
the .
in functions. The Duke ofArgyll great
I I>art state of the t'n'l'lu1I'u'sId and Kdn- Stephens,
and the Earls of Hopetouu and[ guaranteed for cuts rational nniety.Dr. ] - '.f'"

: iii.I/ouis Koch a company that William S. Taylor, late J..r.IlJ'e also declared to have a chauceof wounds, pores, piles and all skin dim !>'vi Gilbert of New Haven editor A choice asiortmf-nt of handsome t t

,i- I'nii state, has our. p>vcniorof Kentucky, has! divided to filling the iiuiH.irt.iut position.is0 eases.;: Take no substitute W. A. of The Daily Advocate king publishedhere pictures oil and water c"I'Jr. in rich tt

abandon; politics, remove from Kentucky -- D'Alemberte.State the sessions of the traine. recf-ivfd r
t' NI\ that all the burghers during general ju-t : at O. :M. Pry-
and reside in Indianapolis He will eu- Tlthu, to Preach In Iondllu.Lo Contention latex conference, was declared elected to the or's Bargain Furniture Hou-e. 4.. ':

'- ir Vn-de farms and district reftiM1 ha'd :;aj.'C in the insurance 1>u,int'Io:>. IJIS111)' 2Witt Tal- editorship of the Western Chritian.1. u ______ __
0 Kach delegate mu-t purchase a vocate and Dr. C. B. Spencer, formerly We will 1 fund-r your spreads for
.M-. If hs a mage preaches in Ludnnfay'2;. Preparation "
reported lirt-cla! ticket from the place of editor of the Rocky )1'lImtainri"J' I 15 cents each and[ make them look

tut. ,' uiCrvrlrho will 'irobvird *, have been made tn proMile for starting to place of meeting; at the cafe, to the editorship of the Central like lIew.ttar Laundry. '' t .

I' r.mar.1. r."JI"'s'SeA" 1'1111"11"1111'\1- onrnuulirll'I.! as St. Jam k hall: is regular rate! and at the same timeprocure Christian ..ldvtx'ate.e --- -- -
\ "'. ow'r.J OsrEJTER tnae stomach.far the It not f'Xllt'C..t"l to be large enough.; Dr.Talaiage from the ticket asrent a car Ready mixed paint flf all shade .

the heartiness und enthusiasm uficate. showing such payment o and colors at the Willi Hardware ', .:
1:111 liar, ClI,!. CELEBRATeD cults says e CITY TAX BOOKS Co'; ;
full fare ;
of his English and Scoti-h reception as a delegate and the I <-
Maw -:'iThf n; Sal"mi! I \ Pyspepsia, are indeed a source of gnat satis bv which return ticket will he de TO CLOSE. Oats y

'',! ':"'"' ctuiimIK '.i int, ; y t ItdigestioE, faction. sired. The return ticket* are then I corn hay, chops,

.. e '1.1 ......-: --- procured on these certificates from Taws not cotton seed hulls, cotton .+
: warn; > ..1nd CortipaxioaLiver -- -- paid r n or be ?
:. rrujt.- \, k the! :.' .Jl.1.j# ;: andTroubles. FIl'CATIOXU.: : the ticket offices at Jacksonville.]] j seed moal. bran, etc.. at H. *':

''I'l-n. an.! ":;irlm; .in.I the T.. "==-- Ellhey Tin > winter and spring term of the J. C. C >OPK.. Secretary. fore June 15th, WOO, wW\) ,\ Muller's. 400 South Pala- I'

"' :."in> ,7 ei'.nr. I t' ;I/I Literary department of Meuv' Hu Jacksonville April 2. be ftih'estis *(? find soltl. : fox street. Phone 213.
I inns s College will close on Friday.
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aii'l :ifiiij: r' II rnntain s June The summer term will openJim6 Headquarter for builders' hard LOSS & ('0.1'\ ;,
1 Bonks close *
my i.f the J.JlU positively )1i'
ware-the Willis
i1j ner'I'.inlt urnS Co.'s. .
.!.,.11'r \ ptl'lallind noshing 11. and continu without intF WINDOW KCREKNH.: H ;
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Injurious.a ml*lon. Night aid day *e;ion;:. that date. iMcK.OEBTI.VG i Co;
I ookinnitovos STOMACH When you *..IiIT' The p'ltronageof the general public BLISS is THF MAN.Chas. No better Cigar for : 'N
: and 5 for the KittBs.iuNt i is solicited.] lOm-tf H. Bliss is the man who advertises .\\ ,
'.:-. < to. )[. f'rYlr.s ER log the upon geaume.baT \ Pensacola. He does it right City Tax Collector. 1 i, the money made-DUR.I ;

lure Reuse. Try THE NEWS Want Column. and deserves your support. m.":d I I HAM-atD'Alemberte's p
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I f th'iousTOADJOLRN.Republican Tried Friends Best. MKMOKUL HAY. E. -
ForthirtyyearsTutt's Pills have Graves Union Sililiers to l>e Ieci ,

h Birth I Congressmen_ Wantto Are proven truly blessing the sick to man the s invalid.friend. Albert order D. Chaw of raieil.Hy Commander Department. in Chief Commander CR0NlEi i::SJL.OON OF-o )

Close Session. A Known Fact :! John S. Fairhead and J. l'. IX-o

til ,. For bilious headache dyspepsii Sherman Petterson,pot commander, U. A. 11.. the'.low-. T Imported ana Ducslic Wines! Liquor soil! il '

r NATIONVL (CONVKMIOX: HVXD. sour stomach, malaria.constipa-: iig; program will b oh*teed UI JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY. "

tion and all kindred! diseases. Memorial Day MayJo.y Coirer plmnnt! sad D*v'l1f: >r. srrr *- PFN"t \ (" t to
\ T. 8h"r Po.-t If. A. II.
***ris .1:11 and
Mutt ..f flip I.nmnnl.ers> !:..!c- TUTT'S Liver PILLSAH vlsiticgcoulradeg; will: i"tt:! at Jiul- tnI'

t I Kntrs t<, pliila3u'1htt-Pain For l.iid'? on East! : street at .
I Ii. \: urk ou \\rr Itt"Ienne I. SM-I ouRrtss H:3iJa.; in. sharp, May :;{;o', and inarch. i ;i 1
I'UCfded by \\ '('r', baLd to the --- t i A i. -- Ct"
i.. vt-ryriuch! like the JliC;nm- I'rcfrrrt-.I to a .li nd.r.h l:1. .
in th court house '
nnory annex.wn
ir< .r a fluvvci. It-- ),talty.and \\' ,-;-i'\.iov, Miy 2C-rsxt: ha.l- tittle JHstaVo.A ..rat rJ-: ') ;>. n.. t'ny'; will lie a rlt
s ri.r'oc'.iuu: defends entirely .\ \ p'ttc g'rl.!' vit'i! a dtcj.'p;
bestowed \s ilif ;IUJapndJ"s: fur '.rtliliu1' tin- joiiifil by tinCnipley Lisrht Jnfan- ;\!
'1'0:1 the care uponI air cf boiag avauof Lcr dnl"s. .
mothers nitiol;: II'll:1n'uilln.f: the ltrlublbulparty try, Capt. C. It. I'arkhili. comunuditij. t'
: I J..r.ut. KsjiecUnt iu front of ti'l'l' lint' at the ; CuulpVard, United Confed- 'i
shoi'l have the tendereft care. II : the -.dors inuuri'tss who 41- {
zoo la.-t 1t\'l.I.\' :lflt'I'U".1I. Two jouu ; er..t.u > eieniiand march down _1 ,
They should be spared all worry site to attend -in-l i.may ut'whottitars
aul her elaborateunconsciousnesj 1'alafox otTo ft to the dummy -tation. t1l'
men v.-cre. near I
should<< eatpltTrtv 'makiu
a'.d :r.uxiety. They Kill tltvtcd ih utlu';:alei. an the l'd
cif nourishing food I' of their rreseuoe betrayed At 1 p. m. dummy will leave
goal ""I'r) oIToit to "I'tn'1i niljiiiirntiicut; for the naval hospital ground
.andt..kej atkext-uiies. This tot,' fact that she; Luew they
t MI thai they may bi' fr>ivhtii tu' iflii.cdi'ns. .' through which they will march ia -

will g o a long way toward preserving j Of "'11\:)'.-.' it mal..t.s I'.ttlc: difference were liukiug at her. the following order to the national

a* well their as health that of and the their little beauty one to i wliHhiT funjiro; is iu M-NSUIU m'noT. I "rrrtty isn't ItV" said one young: cemetery : Wyer's band, U. S. troop {

come. But to be absolutely sure Tlu'se men will with fewxcep- man in a low % o't' from Ft. JJarrancas, marines from Thompson Olsen & Co.
"She's beauty." said the other en- yard, Regular Army ,
a navy anda.y
of a short and painless labor they i tlons, jw over to rUiUi'U'li, but
thuMa) ;;tcclIy.: The pretty pirl's clH'l'ksttrnl'll Union, Chipley Light Infantry.
should fl"1'On.
who will
use to SS-S
some want pn Intendencia 'treet. l
United Confederate Veterans. Oraud I \
but 'ltl'wnt
a trifle pinker, !! on
strained to remain in Washington; to
talkie elegantly to the elderly man Army of the Republic.
; :
look after t.utr..siuullIlITalrs. While -
Mother'sFriend : Inside the Rate of the national

it Las .lii-en ii2ee! ted that the courr.f with her. cemetery the troops will open rank-

I >; <*iiienwill hart plenty of time to "lieautiful bead to draw," commented and the veterans and Army and A. Ma AVERY

1 : stttnd, convention if ailjourunit'iit < the first young iuau. "Look at the Navy Union will jnarch through and .

I j takes iilaee a< early as the 15th. yet way she bold It." 'form in a circle around the large (Paceuaor Io Arwy uf ,,aoWul
I Tin. hum assented the other "that monument.
effort are brio; inaiUto secure an ;
rPll'U1arl' dariofr the months of pestation. : There the will be
shoulder's beautiful. general IMPORTER AND JOBBER
Inn i it a simple liniment, which adjournment at least two weeks ear OF
ti to be applied externaltr. It gives lier. This N for the purixise of giving; The pretty girl turned pinker still read, the services of the G. A. Rand t
strength and vigor to the muscle andireventalof Army and Navy Union will take 1
| the discomforts..f pregnancy !! tin senators uu-I representatives a:1I and looked nu>re pronouncedly l unconscious place and a salute will be fired over :IIardware:
which women used to think than ever.
f opMirtunity| to Hear up much of the the
When I
were absolutely necessarv. graves. t
Is I accumulated business Itefure the departincuts "Look at those muscles: said! the
M ther' Friend U used there noa.nit..r -
I All will then retire to the speak
' whatever.jet first man. "Look at the musclesIn Iron N ails.Axes shovels, Saw Mill and Steamboat Supplies t'. f
I and the i-orrchiioudeuce l e- young; er's stand!, where addresses will be tl.J

i .tore( SI Mother'IMT bottle.Friend at the drug fore they jro to the (.-undention.For that leg. You can fairly count 'em." delivered by John Eairati, GeorgeWentworth" and Heating; Stores, Paint. Oils and Window Glass

v I THE BRADflllD RCCILATOR CO. : I'nlltlral Hffert. And the pretty girl turned very red A. Crawford Ilev. J. Agate'; and Tinware and Housefurnislilng Goods

ATLA TA. OA.t Mot of those consressmen! have put indeed, as it dawned upon her that the M. Danuelly, and if it be possible f.

I 'II'rI'fw as.e....."."",....r.q anra" to 1 pi into the campaign Immediately two admiring; young:: men were discussing for them to attend, by Maj. J. H. Guns Pistols and Fishing; Tackle.
t Calef commander of the iirs-t! Artillery -
the lioness lu the -Washington
I and fur the imlitlfal cfl'cct which it cage.
and Judge IJenj. S.
:- I| will Imvo they would like lu go home Post There will be vocal music by AGENT lot Birmingham Rolling Mills Company. 1...t. lit;>1;,

He Cache. Tar ChrcLi.New with their state dch-pitions and pllalgN: La Grippe Siiccebslully Treated."I Misses Ellie Wentworth, Adele Stitched Belting Northampton Emery Wheel Company Laftln & 1\..: :

York its employees by into the eiinra-t with all the eutliu- Chatfee and Clara P.eckwtth. Powder Company Johnson's Kalsomine Iron
pays I 1 have just recovered from the Ring and Hu. n ,
sia which the national band will also furnish
check, and each pay day sees a great in great convention second attack of la grippe this year' music Wyer's during the exercises which and Ranges, Wm Conps & Co.'s Raw Hide Lace Leather, M ashy Rego'
will (leave with them. If colifreI
t many men with their whole mouth'sJalary ; says Mr. Jas. A. Jones, publisher of Made Railroad Colon.Masonic .
will close with the benediction and
I dtM-s not adjourn earlier, they will It'
In their eland but no money. the Leader Mexia. Texas. "In the the will leave the returu .
dummy on
Various bankers whose places of busl- i comiH'lIeil to come liack to \1'ushingI latter ease I used Chamberlains to the city at 5:15 p. m. Temple, Pensacola, Fla.

lieu are scar the city hall are willing I ton not only to attend to their congre Cough Remedy, and I think with

to cash the city's checks but they | >sional business but also to make, considerable success only being in .....

10 cents 1 the arrangements necessary fur thecampalga ', bed a little over two days against", DURHAM Cigars are
charge r. (commission usually ten days for the former attack. The F. C. BRE T. WM. It KSOWLES.V.. K. lIVER.JR., I i -
literature which
| they wunl t
on each $1lltl.proprietor. the finest 5 cent smoke.
second attack I am satisfied wouldhave I'resident. VIce-Presldent. l'a.blt'r.\
and al-o for all other business in I -- "
saloon the
!t 'ritecity of near \Vashinrton. There doles lint seem UI 1 1I I been equally bad as the first : Try them at D'Alem-
hall Is to cash the checks
, but for the use of this remedy us I
without charging a commission, and on I I 1 be any objection on the part of th' had to go to bed iu about six hours berte's.

't. pay days his establishment! is jammed Democrats to au early adjournment. after being 'stuck' with it, while !in First National Bank

with officials. He makes his profit on providing no legislation to which the} i the first case I was able to attend to J. I. Stephens has a large assortment

the Increased sale of liquids at his bar i, are o|>|xseil is pushed forward, anIthere !I I business about two days before get '
seems to lie a definite understaudin tinJr 'down.' For sale iy Hannah of Solid Sterling Silver and

cashed ;t by the Ucpublicaus that the,v Bros. and all medicine dealers. Roger's Knives, Forks and SpoonscA.aTon.iA. OF PENSACOLA. FLA.DXREOTOJaS .
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will: not In-Ut uiMtu any measures t : ,
which there Is particular objectionThis FINE POULTHY.At .
lishment provides against the city payday is the usual course unless 1'011I'. B tn tie the Knl; | Via Hare Amrs! Bol! t WM. H. KNOWLES W. A. BLOUNT. F. C. BRENT W. K. H \ KK J'!
by drawing (25,000 from the bank C. Corner'8 Poultry Yard.I .
Q and hiring a man to take entire charge great measure like a tariff bill is pond Ligaatateof f#..--J.. D. G. BRENT

!i In;:. The 1h'mswrats I who will also attend am now ready to sell eggs for setting .

,' cf for the checks.check the! entire When cashing fJ3 this,( no business.happens is exchanged: ,Frequently thevrol.rletor Utilize their the time national after convention adjournment wit h I I chickens(Cochins from: Dark the Light following Brahma Brahmas, breeds Partridge, White of DURHAM Cigars have rmiA! i1 mnti; Bai{ U gt t i'n' Il II: ,

semis for more money. No closing up their busine and In pre Cochins, Plymouth Rocks Brow' been tried and fire test- i

city employee asks! to have his paycheck parin for the congressional! campaign: Leghorns, Wyndotts. My fowls' are

cashed and Is The headiiuartdf of the coucrcsslonacampaign 1 from the best strains to be ed. D'Alemberte sells Bills .
not very ra-We draw onr own of Exchange on Great Brltai! Jrc .r:

1i and the extra pay day sales at the ; committees are always Ii 1 found and I invite the public to call them. Germany France. Austria Italy Holland !pain, Belgium; Rs--.1 % :

:41t' bar are a considerable feature of: the \Vashingtou.uud. ; generally these com and see my poultry yard-about 7UJ way, Sweden, Denmark and uther European countries
mittces organise for business! POOD after tine fowls on hand. Settings of 13egosfnrLuU.
tratJe.ew --- --- --
York Sun.II'
1' bear's Lon COLLINS, Mattings that arc cheap [ Vessels Disbursed upon the Most Favorable: Termc. aid I' ..:

I (' )JI'iid.r it not duly a 1.leH\II'(' \ II IMC n lie Mill. 7att Manager. and at the same time of Obligations Taken Payable at Tort cf Destination Ten or Fifteei i'.y.

but u duty I owe to mv tiPIib''i: t.- < It is iiiite| likely thai during the sumDHT after Vessel Arrives there.

tell about tlif wmi.lerful ourMlfct- members of the house committeeon p CHICHESTCR-S ENGLISHERNYROYAL good, durable quality, at -- --

: fd in my ci<" bv the timely u- tlf ways and means and perhaps membe1 PILLS Maraton j' Finch's. ff Safety Deposit: Bores: for Rent in Connoctloa

It : ChatnbHrlaiii'i Colic] Cholera and! committeewill B ,| Ir.u/n.,
of the senate
which hare Private for the tJ
I was taken F-O<'K(>*KK. i.-r-l.i. 1.11-.Ursa" with wo a Apartment e
Diarrhoea Hfim-dy.
J a-M'iiil at souse convenient place: /.4 c [jA ** ('IIH'HUsTKU's: I.M.I.IslIia : and
brand hams
"ups f very badly with flux and procured a ; ,<.y /. KM: >il .ulil ninilli hit "e..l Dovo of Renter
tlof- and prepare' a bill to amend the war ', ". ...h ',u.ribbon. 'I ukr ".other.' It. fi ..tI &
\\.I. bottle of thi remedv. A few ;:1-Fe >.trr..a.. Suh.lllutlun mid .. breakfast bacon DuldsSwift's
.fi of it ell 'cted a permanent furp. I rc\i-iiio !la w. This( action will 1'1' taken L .lI.u.. Nun. nf ;mir ltrij;('" ui ".14.. L bntterino. WilIiams' -
l is 1'0.,1.01..0.
take pl.>.i-itre in rfcounneti.'jn! ,' it tn : !111 order to have measure. satisfactory 'C'""lit-Hrf for I..dl.w"uu"I.I... t.rl.r. ..., .,. and Charbonneau'sjellies THE ORIGINAL *
lurw Mall. M.4MMI rt>ai oi lS.I1 >
other MilT-iins? fri in that ilrt-.ulful > to I Ixitli hoe-u and wnate as far a> possible ---I .n TUSI.I. f Mi'' .. ,

riHea-.-J.V.. J.Y\I'lf. !> >rr. W. I 1" be put through; in the II.C'I. hi, r'w 11.dl..n ....u.... l.tlIL', I'\. and preserves at H.

Va. Thii r.*ni,'dy i- ...'M by llinnali : early days of the short session +vhrntunrrss ----..- -- ----- ftluller's. 4t)0) South Falaios lJ! Am 7xrn .

I: : Hro: *.,_:!'l!_ truth I'.ilafox. : ,tf..d'i : ic.iembcs: ] in I'ecejiilwr.Til ; street'til' L hihLJ r shtt

I' I :.- p/ojcct' j is oily !h the I pn-liminaiy '
Nhi cii I1''a! in: ten it'* tour kid SEIiNOLE! PAINT. t !a'l .nu.1: \ I '
treys th*: no.''l 'itt'-u1i-of if you .t.'n'Ifuel !ota:.::',' lit 1I'"-. lt. but the MlgjiMlollla ; jl."' = 7",

I Well. FoI.KY'-i; I, III"Et'r In' I '- been l8."- a iionpirti: : bill I P.AIUtAXCAH. 1'la. April r tf :;1'rX :'
J'al"nl..d.1 I II : inikelnilfhy I KHi'yand will (':::1 be piiiKintl :11.1 1 that 1;1'I>lII.Ii"lllS ,' ,
will! h" ivcuvi d ht-re I) C. "" .
I Iif : 111il ;- 'i'Pt.
( nl'lkryell \v "I.! Nutliin. i-l-e\ 1I-i and 111111111'-:11" tii"ii both i- minitt.'cs'i '
M2infaitiieiliyricri(aFflBtfcib :'I1:1. l IJUI! for cun.ruct- .
\\'. l-A'--iiUr,'. ? l2\ It: : ,
J>4 K.I tI. A. -'1 u.Mpart in itpr paratu.n. The : .
; ir::: oriliiiiiu' i-i rt>ln u-ii at Krrt i.
SIK: KO.-S A co.Ai'.orr W'Uh! ,. lau 11.,. : '::te.4 u.iiler! c.uisidiriiti'Hi SOLD BY ALL DEALERSand 1'lekeuN. Fla. U. ::':. II-M-M rt.llth'reject I 1.

l : ; I...!'. li'ii! if M'vli ::'f' ,
M-UKIX>. 'vt ; a MCSi'ii l by or accept any <>r all |-ropi>- BEER.Th']

) j iprepaiii d! the bill can [IKI.-S lothI'.OUM : "I- or :MISV \part tli.r- if. I Information .. :.0'....'...

-- Itef.nv the! 'Imlid.iy! a ijuuinmc'tt J. E. Lutiuisson & Bro. furnished on application.: : : UtiM-l : .... : \
fall tl.r Mate ( ii\rntinn. .
of the! hurt ses'-'um. 1': ualiy legi.lation o:t-cnt.tainilg! :> iT' -houli! biii.iikfit

tall tur tale iH-rnorratic: n'i\-.iifii,.. :.. ; this; kind Cor. InlMicfmlnnndTnri'iumiaM "Prupu-it! l''I' iln'i-trin--: f J-- V. J. VIDflh Sole \/\Vholes3! '
I.< ti..Id : i Javfckonxlll. Ha., t'i h \ Jun.i. I Il' II requires ]1'11t1i".1II a-- } .; ,
", 1'J-: H\ror.A. .'1\. linn! -addr.---il T. :\ HOKN.lJ.M.CIKAUI I : ,
Uou. and it h'l that the
Tin .' tII rl\l k .nrty41tIi r tatnf I""00'. j jil may !:lujsnitylurty'will ;;11.11'a _tiult !! -- ...."..,.. .- -
ftid: that:: it must frame the This |'niii' hnslwon niUM-hrri-Binl In t'>" -
Ida N ill hold l III* "I'MVKUMPU .lUl'K-OII-
vi .. .un 1 u" +IIlI\y.. '..:11' IV, ut ::! noun.or 11.1 j l.'ti; .!:rtimt I.fltlifyh':,; the war revetnv ''./1'11I1..tlm l.lal.i.rseatlal anolfiTMl\ellr..II&t fprti'vins! liiu.dnVs to nin i.1. '.;;; ty4n,':.':.. }I wit\. \J liJI"VI'\I! 0 nasD'B! : !' .r 11..0.! '\1 (aroma! a1'] i *
dui; i iui{ I.orl' -- i r
T/. !It'NI.P d.l"gnt"* 11 rp'j* nll1w ..',,:. {I tax Uli''* ....m1l't;j !Is of :unn'n.ei't <'rit.. I ho- who once u-ni It dupnr..te : : II PUOPOSAISvn.i.= '
lie l.atKi&tl drtin rrnilv uiinlmn.. I. th..lrnrtl'rF, the thce of I : I' f. Paul I Jones as. Sso; Springs Celelira'u: :i VL. '
:a I than !ho ren !, -.1\-t'u; the 'I gp-K>lI..iI\.I"luptlt. to Roof:. MM.Kte. .-. O l>e tuIClyfoat: \ .
I...1.. :'J at Kar:. iii i y. Mi'. Jmv 1. 1"1. I Llun'e1'nlueer.lobIIs: ., Aiiibauiii. !- H\ .
the eoiif.'rcn-t' will! be llir,- -d that Li'ht- ; t'-"f[ .
I .gnulstr .roll !a.I.r Ihr n9e.c. i r lot I ;- (ill to 'i. crt !
..rllflr. .nn. Ju.l.r nth ib' -nirii." I. uil Mid. : : until: I 1- 'lI'd.ck1. .. Jinn l "- : ?W! : J :/.:: !TIl. fi' r'lry! !! 1O1'C.''
H .-. .r..l.rv lit S'nic.Mt<-n',"j-ii.-rtml! and 1 thin opuied hi '. -
t oiuptiull':r 'Ir-n-ii'-r. !-1I1..n "'n"l-i ii.i \\ Ii) T.'ICJ l's 4'."u r..".. ('O\GttF'Fh1ON.1L: co\\: 1-\110"\:: II, I'Mi I. livt-lti.i r'r _, 1'lO\I:1a. : : : : J'.O.Hf\ -
.'ul.I'ln.I'IIt'.I'mml--r, fy; <. I I overheard of the 11 loiK-tiuctitv'! : and trfetitii; '-' '
a i i 1hiN'r r.'JIt :
litho'acola Itay: and !hfinl.1lot { 4y
ullii'v. l; \ilruut iniil-M"i'".r !fir :lir I'ur l11r Firhl J.IOrt..I..nal 1)i.l1141 run' in ,
li-rni i-t four it ..r- !-n r I r.xi-: .nual h l 1..1.1 I !: ; one of his rutl.titulutt why a :Sound. Fla. 1'Iail'". "p"rih .. i U';*-' y r"- ''-1 1""n' to \"v I'Rrl "ft:"" 'I
nr* and tour HI. :ia"tn l-nMrtnl for ..' man preferred a sent ;In the !hou"' ofripresintatie I all for a lifinoemtlf eomtntitn l.r h'iist slit.."
c !h.
.Ihd! foiu < oC,1"- -:al it'.iy: ;.
rlct nf ttir tiIJn- : JH
Ihi.txi '1'1'1I1.r -i..".' "Irc'Nn. sod t I Iiranrir : COIII/It"Slullal i "' ,.. .
i riirh ..Ib'r I i.-iLVia h> ua) ionn !I > rather than a positioar Klnrila. lobe hcldnt TalUhv, !r, .ru'.i. nbtaiiifd oil :applieati": '" t'' i- If. atendrdMcMHIan r g11' iris-relerl.! 1" 111'1'" \'Ilal'Huit: v

lii-loifilii* r"I.\iii : ;< a judge of a court at home, althou.'hthe Wedne.dhy) ; :'olav :l4hA.I'.uso'. fie.A.. :N. MAMKFU.. / "
: of tin- dirt >
l.i ttn-Mate will The dfiniHTHtic pui ly contr> -
lludUTcrriit o blears lb.dr I salII'1'1'1' the same. and oftentimes -IOIIHI district of tI..- tale! of Fiorina.iii l fir,. I.:1'' ''' I -- .1
ankh ltrirFatr. to t ioii\ >ii Hun
'uI.\\ IIIK I..r r |1"' "iiit.iliiin., l .".. ;-j I jrUHlr the jntecs reccixe more than i is aeda; coiitrp 'ioDHl' tout.-ntloll, .u TUI!..- :!:!IJ\.lli;. ;
Mav :itb. at r.l
tin s.t'
I t-ar.'i i>n<* liui .1. d \ il "> rii-t f \ i
tb..I.llm1l..I..1\ t'i.IM" Mkf uhor.. I I Ifrllfll till l'1 i'n-igressTjiui. \ore than that. u cooknoon, for the purpose of nuininain! \

Ibr Illfillfkt: Illulrr nl ".1. -. lit Ml these" jadsris are rtr'rt

tun'c.I nrral fur tlfi'lluU Iliitrue.>l i'a., I.:.1.tI in ."I t(:-u.-i.uiibitiu tlt'-'i in! l.-ig: pt-riol! ,.t Yf'lrSfrnm 7 to Ii' atle.jsi. ""IMfs.t tlIt-et\tnlhfC'tt'ifss. lifnled fur at it tin-'.sof next the tltHllor'mi I'litid Bros. Coe.fIr .

wh.-n it amount H- Mty r nn.r<>. riir They (1 I 1 lift Inve. to ;::. through::: 'Itotrsuwrtsuch otlit-r busme-i n* nm.
I .. 'i UK- brf..rr.n d ,'i.iunition.llifrtilTtrrntcouiitixiiln .
eonnntlllrhanbo iliu fit hrlnnslrrp-
( rrrntat loll N lieu u. t .' lute t1.a 111I..1alII. I a biennial S'-rambli' la the politicalcau.paign Ilifdistr't.t vII! I [ f FVOR1TEFor l

.. cltctleii ,>t 'I' in any <-> I I,re ...hIlH under thus rule j: '"11<)\\11111;: l.RH-of rt-prrU'Diation: t'II"'I-; \ ,
Nat U- itUttlril to pif-culnli.u us 101.\\ 1ut it !is a will kno'vn fact that f .uie It each imucluM-B&t for the CHI'Juif
loan. many\ men will 1"II\ the IK"-II to orcongDxt In SHU! district nt tee rlrrtl"u -
i I I1 lor conurt'sniian held in ls':';. an1 mi>
Alachun U.. I.I.....un .... 'il I connto ci ngr.'s". Of coiiire it !is easy 'iduitionnl ante for the fraction in nxcnIhereof Place Pensacola} General Metal Workerr
vy I to understand bow a man will leave ajlldcvship when It amounts to fifty <'r inon
11.a..r :! 1'h..It' I Ims al nlloved acd.tional
committee '

Ilrtvaral' .. ... :1fllnll t %I Ilidi'nit 1' .. .. S 11 I i the most! to desirable come to place.the seil'lte.And wliichis oftenIMS' rfpreseniution 5'1II"1IIlIIrua'whern,''l the nt ILekcttua rote l for ...>uir Buyers to Buy Uacaf.rtiircrs' : of end Head;a?r1m (far !it.: !li

riirulav :t llIrloll .. .... ......... coiint1'be counties unl-T aSnLuCelebrated
1 (' l Mouro.. ... ...... 1'1 : li'ave the supreme bench of a in any will entitled ,
this rule
to rtl-rt "t'ulatlu:

(1'.01.'\,1 JtII"l.\ \as'au 1 orange: : .. .. .... iii 1 ,i, state, where they are almost sure of i, follows : McMillan Seamless Sliil .

!>rlv>lo ii U'Ct'QII\ .. ... ... ;.1 life positions! to take seats in the '''"nun 2 1 CitrusIkSoto ,, .. .... .. ; Choice FamilyGROCERIES Turpentine
PdHamilton\ l !: I'a'o . .. 1 i' .-.. .- e 'n"'hla ::
senate.>. nut to return to this
Ecauoln: II I'olli 'I : member ri... f.II" .. X Gftllldfn.... ... .
Franklin .. :t -l. Johns .. ". .., .7titd.lru I v.h. N e.\plainng; : the matter to u"'I1I1I\1\1\ 2 11I1I borough !I Cratxlcte M.ts alIas, OQ ta-d ud repaltg dost b tin ccmto
i Putnam .. v : Holmes .. .. 4TI..H JU>'K.. I. 1\
I his constituent lie! s::i jd 1 hj< { '.
1 1'11111 1:081towanolo \ .... S l.aKsyetteAiaualee :1\
'! : umh'r ... life is more pl.-a"aft than a judicial Lee ..._. . .... : Leon:::::.... I:' MOBILE ALA.
ItllNlKiro 9'! :'uaannee life.V have sccm-s of excitement Levy... . .- 31| Liberty .... ,
Holnii-n ;1 Taylor .... 9Jack"'n. I.! :1 MonrouPolk lPaco
\\'olu-u\\ . in the I.'u"1 tim'...." he said."especially 1 ._... :.
JrffrrroitLaa \\'akua: .. SF" !, in political I debates. Then "anta KonaWakulla .. 1 Taylor_.... .. -IS AT- -
>'t'Itl S Walton 'I, ...- 1 Walton ...... S
lake 7 \\ .-b..IIC'oo aI.rr the fur dies !so to sp.-ak. I'.ut more \\asblDKtou S

:! I than that there i is the nation-il: character The counties will select their delegates, In The Well-Known,

ThoountiK .III..k" rt.. vcstesta which we becomertpresentatives. any manner which may bo conndtrt-d best Uimi ad ffu alm
assume when we N Mm
an) manner which may I.- I....,. J"ud b.... oy the people acuug through the party or- Storeor w ,
by the tropic acting Ilr ugh :te party 01- I The life in Washington : as recognized by the last con
gsnizauunMsrecognlzdby ihc lid Mule i is fascinating, csptelally for those ,retsional convention. All democrats are
contention. All demo rm> un- invl'fd to invited to participate In the selection of
who are in official station and have to lelegales thereto Including those who
partL-lputt- lh> -tt'oiir( drlrgatet'ihrteto -
including: thos ho have become I do with affairs of the government. The have become qualified to vote bince the *Everything New and Clean.The .-*
quaun to ore lnct t >" lin-t "lc'lon. 'ast election.
humdrum existence- life on th"I..n"h 1 be chairman and secretary of each
Thor'iatrman and see rtHry nf rat h t nun-
t,. run -ntKin held for t i- >.iirp'Hd of <-lrt- IIpl may lie all right; for some but there convention held for the purpose of select- 8EJTZ & GO. Most Attractive in the Entire City. Regular MeaN Herv-1 I .
[ d. |(,:BCf. to the It .1. r.,"\ ..nll'.n sure inK delegate to the first conViutlon -
are "t'rCI'. ,, of us who would sot are to seed to W. ii.Henderson Hat- '
r..qr.) 1'tl lo A"d to H r. W.\ CAN 1 requested and Short Order Served at all hour-. 'eclatVeekly:
I'b. .*.all.Tallaba"I!". .'.11.. n y> ntuii ..r'' iuikly exchange:; such a career for chairman. Tampa. Florida, a
I Fnnuedrlpv 0' the pr >v.. ':ng of such written or printed copy of the proceedingsof
one in ('fnrt'I'n! if !it Is but n subordinate such witha
county cuuventlon.togeher i'h H lift otlb I roomy eooventwns.together
n.nlrH of the county "\>-fUMHinitiilt- one compared to places held list of the names of the county executive 120-122-@ A. E. BAKER & CO. Proprietors,
1Pr. in vhirh should bd'.I :nlll..d the committee, In which should he designated ,
(hair man .La secretary o' 'ut b r..mmlll. I by the leaders. the chairman and secretary of such com E. Government Street,
W. ,. RAWLb. j i ....RTUt"R W. Dt"S 1(. ailttee. W.Ii. UEXULRSOX.:
: ht" vta Cbalrman.tlet't'sry i'Lai.rG.tVALL. Chairman. 14 EA.ST GOVERNMENT STRFET.
; Try Tnt NEWS: Want Column. I fcecrttary. TELEPHONE 261.


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Cancer The Arab 3Imre. DR. SOFFEITS AIIarsIrritation, Aids BigtsticA,
9 The Arab is regarded as the first of
Regulates the Bowels,
BlOOd Troubles Scrofula horsemen and the Arab mare as the PPTIllll I1 1I H I N IS n Strengthens the Child,

perfect steed. The Arab's Idea of Q' WLl M L L I II I 11 f-\ Slaps Teething Ea .
horse taming Is of the simplest The ;
6 (Teething Powders) JLa.TEETHlNA Relieves the Boei
Old Sores colt is treated from the first as a member '
Troubles of Children of
of the family like the Irish {l1'lS'Bat's 4 Costs only 2a cents at Druggists '
.n ins all: the elements necessary to sustain life it H rnpor- r"1, ,
It in and out of the
Rhe.lJma .sm pig. '
"y of all impurities or it becomes a source of disease I; goes p l1 Orn.ailiif.-nUtoC.J.MOFFETT, M. DL..ST. LOUIS. MO.Chas. e '!
and is familiarized with the doings
snsaiiig the body, and loss of health is sure to follow. tents so

:,">1 fnmi without: through the skin by absorption, or Contagious of that extraordinary creature
hiss within, as when waste products accumulate in the man that there is never any need of

al--\in! ? disease germs to develop and be taken into the breaking; it in. H. TurnerARCHITECTlS

!II! blood troubles have one common origin, each has some Blood Poison, The I'.edouin Is very careful of his ,

"."+:..ish jt from the other. Contagious Blood Poison, Scrofula. mare. lie does not mount her when

,.m Eaemaa1.1! other lo .l diseases; can be distinguished by ChronIc Ulcers. be sets out to day! his usual tricks i
or inflammation ,eariugontheskin. blood -
ruction [ Every ,
travelers. lie rides a camel to
.,,e Tr later on the outside and on the weakest part of the twdy, or where it finds the least resistance. upon
sure or u'ltwjrd sian; for the real disease, and attempt a cure by the use of salves, liniments and other which the mare is u-tbered. Not until AND'a'

'i- Valuable tinw is, lust and no permanent benefit derived from such treatment. the caravan is in sight does he mount ,

TROUBLES REQUIRE BLOOD REMEDIES the must be and the mare and give chase. There is, by
DLCQO ; poison completely pertnati. -
].' 'Moot reinforced punned and cleansed, or the disease goes dee ter and saps the very life .:Mercury tbewlyan impression that the Bedouin General Contractor. :;

the! treatment usually prescribed in this class of diseases are violent t poisons, even when taken in small is a bloody minded person, who would :

tad do much harm by adding aaothi.-r poison to the already overburdened, diseased blood.S. as lief take your life as not This is "'

S. S., Nature's own remedy, made of roots and herbs, attacks the disease into unfair to him; he Is a thief of very t,:. ;

1't lI: the Mood antidotes and forces out all impurities, makes weak thin blood rich, strong inclinations and much pre ..'--1-1
( peaceable Building; Repairing. Mantel and Ciniip Setting, Plumbing Steam Water
;;1 :' and healthy, and at the same time builds up\ the general: health. S. S. S. is tIe only fers to effect any necessary transfer otprolJl'rtj" :;

rtJ purely vegetable blood purifier known, and the only one that can reach deep-sated and OaFitting.; "i.t.
with as little bother as pussy 't.,.
st"' a 4 1.1010! <1 troubles. A record of 50 years of successful cures proves it to be a reliable
..: .;,1- J; unfailing specific for all bl0<"k1acd skin troubles ble.-Good Wotds. A Complete Plumbing Department under the :!i )1..1
: : 't '
)l; ,"" : I 1 :... FroO Medical Trcafinenf.-Our Medical Department is in charge; cf of E. ) '1.
t )a. 1 fp i\1 skilled physicians, who have made blood and skin diseases: a life' !study so if jou hal: 'rt'aIIBK Scripture Management Morey. ',,;d

"e. Contagious Blood Poison Cancer, Scrofula, Rheumatism Kciema, an Old Sore or Ulctr. I3rla," said Mr. Smart, "whenever
(< Artistic P' iirn*, Etimatp ', Plans and t:.
for Build-
.. I think of the Specifications .
tru !1Ant them fully for advice about your case. All correspondence is conducted in strictest conS- I go to the club always '.
ing of All Kiud*, Prepared on Short Notice .. .
{.lr this t.service. Book on blood and akin diseases Erie SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta Ga. verse ''''herl. the wicked cease from .; '.J:.;

troubling and the weary are at rest'I I W'A Large and Carefully Selected Stork of Fine Mantels, Grates, -.

-----.-- -- alter vine word and feel perfectly Tilinir of All Kind*. Bath Tub*, Closet and Household Appliances, Steam, ( "i"

A Ua rinn a.aayeraeS rvbr ci oo/?:,.sOSf cst Ck>i'i 33Q Ions, dry spelt and cannot bek-rushed happy." Hot Water and Gas Fixture*. ._ ,,.....
wliU-h attractedi : I "Which word do you change: !? asked
under of 4iJ kilos to the ,
a Mire
tn Jim Ham Lewis off The method ofuianfactnriiiK Mrs. Smart No. 19 S. Palafos St. :: Telephone No. 345. ,,; :
..r IUH during defense was THE BAKING CURE : this stone Is as follows: "I say. 'Now I am where the women .. -- -- ':._'j'. :

,mix; n an named f:.'
uu I'lalin-d tin suxliu sand mixed with 20 at rest.' --'Tt'-I"-- .
.I dry coarse are : "
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'orn mDitF.n DEGREES OK. |i wife 'iI..
f'." Poit Ul.ik<-ly! I.unibtT 4> KIT .\ m:>iii>v IXMX ."I I parts of hydraulic lime: reduced to a "John Smart. said his severely

f. .,/'rent of iron pljie. The ; \TISU. $ fine dust. This mixture is put Into an "you should change; a word in the .

i,, >, -luiwn tit hw IK-HI a <;> ,, .... . Iron box, width 11ll1q'tllIto a boiler last part of that. It should be There Citizens National BankOF 1
;I" rk.r. Lewis (Ipfrndt'ilxnmiid *tt' J"!"*" J".."*, ,."*. *. '0.. ?**. SVySt*.*"*. "
triedat the wicked are at rest. -PhiladelphiaCall.
that the under
; suH-r- IUcn-e boat is now being; The cooking goes on a pres-

in form was of six for 72 hours, ,. _. .
"ugh a man IU Hoi'no hospital for the cure of rLeu- sure atmospheres a -'

.. tiara; that it was the uiaii'm, says the New York Journal. temperature of 1U" degrees being:; main The I.niv nor Not Wnlt. PE Lu nlA. : :j

< .if siuiif man should Prom the present Indications! It is a tained. At the end of this time the A Georgia judge; in deciding; :. case '

U'llliiuus pimply JMT- sum-ss. AiiHiii? the patients is a physician I Iron box contains a perfectly homogeneous against; a man who bad been missingfor :, i

: .' in Io.wh.ty. An nr'iniual I>r. Sulli'.an who declares! that toast of stone, which rapidly many years then suddenly appeared L. HILTON GREEN, JOHN F. PFEIFFER, '..

r the utttr rciiiftiTiiatimi of he has bvon greatly Lenefited nln'a'!}. : hardens upon exposure to the air. and claimed part of an estate made PP.ESIUENT.; CASHIER. : .J

tin1 jury K< iii;: to the exinu : "Por a lung; time," said the 110 11'1 IIr. o Toucan this comment: "I scarcely think the T. E. WELLES, R. M. KUSHNELL. :,'.'_

,.. ;: If there was noiiy "I have lici-ii sulTi-ring from rlunnna- The i'r statute of relations will stop and wait VICE-PRESIDENT. ASST. CASHIER. ;. :_
The most aiiiU. iii;; thing: about that
U ,Ulan could l>e liidciuui- t!"m. I coiu'lndi'd that the ordinaryntniijiia : for him any more than the village: of ::
peculiar bird the toucan was to see DIRECTORS: : i
I I' too years and a half Uu Were too slow, so I detortuln- Tailing Waters awaited the awakenIng -

i I a\\'aitin;: trial. I 11',1 I to try the tl1l'rall"nllc iiualltirs! of i Mm, preparing to roost and he began of Rip Van Winkle or the wife of T. E. WELLES. WM. FI8HER.of RIX M. ROBINSON i i
quite early, while other birds were still I'., E. Saunders
& Co. .
?' f- ui vt the 'S'major ofwhile Intense iii-at. I feel already that I am Enoch Arden awaited his return."-Indianapolis ,-J.
i on his way to .\Ias1 hN'n..tte'I; wide awake. The first thing was to I'ress.Work K. WHITMIRE, JOH F. PFEIFFER, MORRIS BEAR, : ;l'j:
carefully cwk tin-for it was a slow HILTON GREEN.
'',t' proprietor| t>f oin of the :! In the rsix'rinu-nt a machine devNi'dl absurd a: t-' .11
nud cautious proeeeding-hls
I tel't at flattie OT a ilisHJ Itr Sprague was uswl. It is virtually and AYsns.Oadgrlnd .

\ ; out of n jM.kcr game. a rot OUT Which I Is! a metal hnod. abut little scut three of or a four tail,inches which long was This only ; -I shouldn't think you A General Banking Business Transacted.Vessels' i:':t

,1 twin tilurattnl In Parts least Is gem-rated by gas, and the paULJ1 could afford to loaf so much. Your pay .
must in home way bate affected bis 0"., :..4:.
had! : funned the absinth bald !- Is not very liberal when you do work. :;, ,

.'ft'uw.' un that Page; had i balance, for he never moved on the Philosopher-That's the reason why \". JI
jierth after the tailha.ll..u !laid carefully Accounts Handled on Favorable Terms ExChange :,
.. auaal'is Indna, or what 1 I can afford to lie off so frequently.When .f1'
later in the ,
back. Then, I'\"U- .
.iv 'I"li.iktitf I.." an.I l his vi.sioiii I lose a day, I don't lose much Bought and Sold Collection
in :, he gently turned the huge. unwieldy 1
MI dixtortiil! that h? want money. It would l be different if I was .
bill around by degrees until it, Promptly Attended To. ;:I
ilMuuniili lut\\ITII the man working for big pa '.Boston Tran .:,
too, was laid along his back and buried ),
r.dd.iiig him lu the game: and script. .
in feathers In the l1"ualloll',1 fashion.I'.y 'l
tar of the Imtrl. that haling: i l, vulq ACCOUNTS SOLIC1 TED. ,1
the way. I have always wondered I'lCKK liUMlll Ct'hiF.An ;
ti> L.ilIlh player wan:
how and why the myth arose that ..".. .;
"i ho Lilliil the proprietor OrtViing Proving Faith to Suf- j' fl'
birds sleep with their beads under their
-taken sews of ld<-ujity.niiilttnl. ft tern.Is .
wings. .1 moment's thought or observation ..
| The ('II"" was would show that It Is unite asflnposible your Blood Pure? Are you sure :,.!o:
the! I.a.lii: r.itdical juurvotM The Star "
i ;: a feat for a bird as fur a of it? Do cuts or scratches heal Laundry -. >
u.'t ", l.U'I theory IhuughI.4 human Iuehitg.hIoweter slowly? Doe your kin itch or burn ," .:

,, Dr. :CLLITAX:: HIS EAEIXU COT. the toucans sleeping arrangements Have you PimpI?? Eruption-? "
the Jury to do bo.Urrr I i r
t'.ont! Is wrapped lu heavy toW'lq.1 resulted in producing: an Aching: lH
'I .Ilttltv.- I ThieU canvas covers the ends I 0\:11111:1"s of feathers supported on ore Old cures? I5oil-? Scrofula? KbeumatiMii : THE PIONEER IAUNDR1 Of WEST FLORIDA I ,'.4

I II..;;. LIMM and only the head of the patient I Ib'lI leg looking! as unlike a bird as it M i ? Foul Breath? Catarrh? .. ;.
Is left bare. insMhlo to IInalnl'1J1'II he was Are you pale? If !so purify your
d than 111:11I':111I1'1
if in a << ,
\\ the doctor hail been wrapinJup. sudden BI"tllItl'IICe with U B. n ( lWauicHlood
I ruthlessly awakciii'd by a poke
for. No I
"\ theoryMiiiii l Pi.ihn) Jt makes the llloiul
iK-tituiI he was put on the cot and the zastiinuil or imi-e. uMih. I grieve to state was .
tuui-4 as a Pure Mal Rich heals every sore Collecting and Delivering -
11M' degrees Without sensation to the I heard I that he variaMy I : lum-
-.n v\tl.ili home aci Deep-seated cases hkf ulcers, '
Inter dug whosea
ret-oniisl 1 Uii!' degrees he began to itetrtltlro unable to aoljn-t the balance rriiiiml Blood Poison are quickly
wuili-iit of the
. v a '
',. ciaiitr I lu btreains, and eraUnjj thirst by the ponderous bill all iu a moment. cured by Il. K. 15., made especiallyfor ('I i* always done promptly to your

stet In. all ob-Hnate HIItdIud Skin = -' ord- and you never get other peo s
i it d.'i!: in 1/1'1:111.1--:1 retriever -lUflihii-
.id tit-,'ii 1:111:1.1 nhvajs to brim< Icedvati'r was given: freely, and Ico Troubles. 15. 15. P. is dilft'r> lIt from pie'- linen instead of your own. '\'eart' ;
liai.Kcs! were applleil to his head.Moanhie RrlvU Ten. other remedies o'cati-e ii. 15. B.
:. In ili-i: lu his mouth! to bet infill in both handling and
: the heat inereaseil. I'res- Or.r endmice woiil.l bo tested to drains the Poison abet Humors out i '
the late diiiinr. For home of the liloiid and tlitirelel1l so '-- laundering; yourshirU. collarcuff#,
the bieaUiug; point' were oir only resource
ntly the doctor's tees 1'ejran to tickle,
,- i I.'i.-i-t.-r filled i in make a the symptoms cannot return Give etc.. and send them home looking it
be brick tea of TIbtt. mad.- F
anl the M-i>piratlon from his body
'1..1 in ( ,..! him twk-e dayI | it trial. It cures when all el-efaiN.
a I and Havoivd after the true Tartarreclpe. a as goad: a= new. Our laundry work .
hissed the
turning Into Meant through -
old f -
tested for 30 S
Thoroughly '
.ill. r. I : year '
rt's"IIII..llhls.! and. when told Scots in the hood. Fresh lee bandages; This tea, for the collveaieueeof at drug flores at $1 per large bottle! ell beyond rivalry and i is peerless in ;t

?' dh.!: rtfiiM-d. and It could were applied."ISurulns! : I poiterage: on camels, is uadf upiu ( 0 large bottles (full treatment ) $;). it:. exqm.-ite color and finish.

; sensations." said the doc I the form of Lardsolil!, bricMiUe sufferers may: test it, a trial bottle
f petnd. on which his master
tor. 'iii n!i to exteiiil: user my Ixnly.I lumps! which are supposed: to coiist given away absolutelv free. --
t him 1I1Ilur.krl..1 him
iJ !
Mt streams of water imiirin? from of the stems :111.11.:1uf our ordinarytea Write for it. Address P.LOODHALM
ili-h: at oner. ( O Atlanta. J.i. Write to ALL WORK C. O. D.
tI;)' skin. The intense beat kept the plant. Bat in the majority of eases
:I'Mir t tail and sheepish oxvvi'll I I>Describe ubleII.1I free medical
brick I is the offscourings ofthe day.
towels dry er I should have l>eenMaldetl tea
iloWII the Ii-U;tll of l'lhl'l''itll duet advice given. TELEPHONE 114. 27 E. GARDEN SI
to dentil. I tea pl.iatntion. IU'
..'nl seratchhtt
:: tiegan
up "The lu-it tai reased to "')I. degrees! and adiilter.itien of cn.Hcs other ZVGOOD CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED FREE.TSCfc
!L.] buried I lie bowl Give orders to the
I' your
tl.i':i to :;.-<). The heat was so over.l I plants. There is little of the eri lsp.
t < ....I liaUug to brlug It drivers 213 for WALKER
< :1\ I or phone INGRAHAM Manager.
leaxes be found in these
|n>'verns! ; lh't I had a sensation: akin curly tea to
Ifr which ho did Hut lll)- to eold. llefnre I'.II'I'M.. degrees had lIulI p". anything in the grocery "

been r\:1 nlH..l I I felt ready to cry out I When tea is to be made: piive: *. are line. Prompt delivery. H. -
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I..,<.,! i:'U Far That Mnmlc. I II I Then tie! gas was turned of!. I eool- I chipped off the bricks and ini,.n-rsiil :Mnller's, 400 South Haln- ESTABLISHED 1863.

i"mi who tins u :goiHl oar i>il slowly" but my skin was mottleil in boiling; water. Tl.e result is a dank! fos street Phone 213.PARKER'S. w-- q i

marked tl.e tl'l'q..i for h-ir.ix. lint I feel like 1: a new mann strong; flavored Iliiuid: ; with harsh unpleasant

'\ 'is t''thered by tin piano ",\,' and believe that the treatment taste. One merit alone il possesses McKENZIE OERTING & CO ,

"' ,. >'>iiug ,,"maIlUextlloor. will euro my rheunintlsi'i. i -it Is undoubtedly stimulating.i ; 4

!I' .,!I.->.? Wh}'. he's deaf as The anioiKit of ieo water drunk l>y II i iI The t:i\or of the tea is not unproved CIf",Cki HAIR and bn-U.Oi BALSAM the hair. o -DEALI&8: Il- 0

,'ti Ills friend. I I the doetor was amazlnc. It was given either! to our taste by the additions; to -- Hrtmiotel a laiuranl fronlh.Never .

1- said the dyspepticIpLla to him fr.i-ly anl rrad'.ly: passed off inperspiration. it which the Tartar favors. Insteadof Cum Hair rap to Fails iu d, a her Color.ta..tni.bray Ship Chandlery and General Hardware

i I :. Pns.Crmrnl.. .\ few more fiery ordeals, cream and suiar.: mutton fat and y r '1'il&1 l>,., gwNL ,

I lie says: and he will lie etired. salt ale usually considered the correct 303 AND 605 S. PAbAFOX STUKKT.
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t \lal"'K.) t I things to addas tl it can readily be

I v lour ounces then add Werrd: Steep I II imagiued that the be\erage thus pro x AGEN'O'V'- -- *

I in- mince, and enough )(,1- I Oce of the niedieul journals pleads duced docs not present any particular KH O !S AO5 t REVERE COPPER COMPANY. JOHN A. ROEBLINO'3 "HONM CO.'S

pe'Niwt' the rl"lulrt..ltlut. hard: for more sleep for every one, and I attraction to Knglishmeu.
'.. till up holes and cracks 1 i'..;H-ially for uiedleal men who are .
Gains Ccrdagi Mats Oils, littical lnsUBisuts: Cart loners ChiliC'OMPtU
my. i 'lit short of "nature's soft nurse. How ,
iI I their hours i is Ticking I'otato Hag*.
lix-turs are to get extra GENERAL INSURANCE MEq, i/oos. FoTO
.14'rn Inlands of Scotland Most methods for the extermination
not >\!sest.Hl.; ; but the average; jK.TMinH
'"diiMry which ('orts so I riH-oiiedisl to emulate: the dorTII of potato bugs remind one of the old 0 MaKenzie Oerttn; Collecting Agent; for It ir Pilots' Benevolent Association.

111..11[ the ofUK UM> and "learn to "drop off" at sunliy recipe for making hare soup, which -VND- d

I, I began: "I.'lrstl.tkU your hare" so that
: fishery. t' and in divers places. Vu- --- --=

,1..uLIo'll1y! it Ii tree that. While we are about the only cffecti\e method[ getting Heal Estate i

"'p'iilciits shots that nn :asIil: "'ular! nowad.iys about our f.K>d.i I rid of this little pi'M is in first Agents, THE HEINE ACADEMY OF MUSIC, 1 1 Ij

'. nil| t l-y rail T' "MI.i'll) :r a'iitsii.n.! n. our txercl.-e<< anl jjener- catch your bug; and then kill him.; No. North I'ttiatoi h I"lr..1 'J;

>' 1.\\\' of I \,'rut'S It Is :!I Ia ;:1<'1:1'H' s.-eiu to fancy that we I A western imcutor. hailing frou: Pt NS.COL.t"L. MISS EVELENE M. HEINE. Principal. Thfsc tiny Capsulea: !superior .. .

'nil 1:1: wltli less and less -I.I' Lone Tree la.. H'Q'.iuu.IJ offes a MISS IDA PUGGIO, Assi talt. to I5oaam! of Cop La, ++i

I'. ride rise early and take rt late.: recently patented device fur asMstiug REPRFSFJ.T: TWENTY-TWO OP THE Voice I ulur""lUlin awn 1'lftD". t.ripFg! CoLs! and Injection*! 8

PI'ictt qaa'Hy. weight, lr--fii:>a Is a prevalent plague, and in catching: the tugs: says the Phil, LEADING FIRE, LIFE MARINE "' r.tem: oiiuilr lianjonnil Ma: Jo'ln. They cure in 48 hours the ,

Prompt and n-i\'i-. disorders victin'ize all sorts delphia Uecnrd. It consists of a gas ACCIDENT, FIDELITY, PLATE same di i+e:1Sl': without aayincon- t
I.1 I 1 eelldlt.ons of men i'.nd :, pilH frame wheelbarrow: (' bandiesof GLASS AND STEAM BOILER INSURANCE rt'Jraee SOlD8y_ll DRUGGISTS
attention at which supported !by straps .. !
guaranteed !: .> n not time. apparently. to ;pttl arc pacing COMPANIES DRINK l( LION BEER "
H around the shoulik-rs of the user.
MalLr's. 1GO South e 11" per allowanie of sUvp in lieu.rtul .
At ute side of the frame is a windmillariangement
pnlnfor street. Phone No. The I.aneet event gees so far ns to operated by a crank the General lents of the EQuitable CURE YOURSELF

213 say this! I is cot essential. However therii'ilvatir ; a I NI:+' 11 : J ,[ i.i.halu ..1i'
idea being, of to push this bar-
: course
,; of a habit of sleeping; at LIfe Aunrsnce Society of the rEndorsed .
I odd iroi'ients would not IM without Its row alongside; of the individual potato I + pr.t::::: 'I .: i,
crank to beat P : .
the eo 1. tr :
2-ilf' It n.i* 111 hv not:' I tlrawlwks, although! ; it would also baveUs plants and by turning and thus OBIE! ( Statcs.ftstlti'PfNflENCE as 'dEuY3fiuw' it"3.X r p. ,a. ., ,

:If vo 1.I" at u i Willis jrll1laI's. It would awkward, the foliage with the paddies\ :. atIA.) Sold by ttroBata,
: I t
.. I that might lie clinging ,. ,
bugs or
dislodge; any r 3.A. + i plan *rafpr
have otto tic-sts tak- ...
for example, to :; SOLICITED. C I.' -irr pr'-vti'l, ,tar as'
I ms; rest dt:ring a party; but oa the to it t a i oth f. y
DURHAM It is assumed that the force of the sat N u t vi.
Cigars haven ether !hand it would be delightful: to rruretr
blowwhich would be proportioned to
1-ores by simply taking; 40whenever
equal. For sale at 'lul'nt'1 wit.ks a particularly prosy the strength: of the plant will knock SUBSCRIBE Trail-Mar ttllK-!'. .
the luics' off the loaves and branchesand by all Physician as the

'Alemberte's. story was l.eing; told. ; throw them into a pan in the bottom -roi only B.>er absolutely free from adul- ,w., TOOTHACHE, EAHACBJ

ArtUidalfonf'. i, of the barrow, where they could teration. and NEURALGIAI flu

"11N "I,' l'tl I'OCNI). A new Belgian artificial stone Is said be killed by a poison solution or b Geo. Pfeiffer, Agent, I a ill drui '
,.. 'tel tlf .. pntlnd t uf to Lave four times the resistible power any other suitable method.Subcribe : a --z ThrT1I.uMrdicrJ,

:'< ardCholePlfaze-\ of French free.tone. It is Insensible I I PF.N ACOLA. ) .( YA Unbtinay, No. z8.ulf

11 I. otlf'rill? to cloMatf to the action of cold absorbing only 2 I I to THE >> EWS only K I Try It. Oi Tap at Ell Sate! rlwlh-City, ay'a.i
Only Ten Cents Per Week. :
:s per l'OtluJ, ; to. 7 por ccnt,of'water, cvyn after a cents per week.if'.



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"belt" men 1 not meant namby-parrby, 'GOOD .. -
THE DAILY NEWS : GAME-GOOD CAUSE .. < < < ... i"":', -. ;- _
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t.1Frlghteournarrow-wadedno- bigo M t.&,..-. -- ;..-\t. .;:.c;;. _'. _'. .....>..... '..
zealots but hitrh-mlnded., liberal, talented The Benefit Game of Rail Yesterday ':.; .
Entered at the Post Office at Pensacola, and Intelligent men who know bow AVa Won l>y Barrancas Team-!Score :
,' n..,M tpcond-clAaa matter.
to represent the people and bow to protect 4 to ;t. EXTRA ALVES

Pitt Building,211'i! Bonlh Pals- their Interests and can be depended uponat
Orrice: : f The of baseball 1>O!
os street up-ntalri. all times, under all circumstances and gone yesterday. [1I
between the Barrancas 0---- -- __ ____
to the best of their ability.-Miami Metropolis. and Pensa -AT---

Pl'BLIHtlED RY cola baseball clubs was an intere-t-

THE NEWS PUBLISHING 00. Considering the fact that all but ing exhibition of the national game.It .

-- -- In Advance.One four of the' counties have alreadyC.O was hotly conte-ted throu;rhout. THE $ BiG $ STORE
*ea their delegates to the state
., .. ......ttrtiMonth : there being some'brilliant plays,
Lear by Mail.. convention, the application of the Patient: Doctor. I }have a bad attack
6'r'Tbree '> which called forth
'III .. 1 yerne cf malaria. I have hills] and am s" sick a-plau-e by the For One Week
Month foregoing sugcestioit: ; to the current attendants. Begining
>I"IIII" -. :.0 I scarcely know hat to do. f@
Monday in> campaign is manifestly impo.:;.ibl" But for a few costly error* 11Penacola \
Carrier. payable ; .
('0" week! by Doctor: Just one thin:' to do.! Take a
but the fact does not in the least de- tablespoonful of DUTY'S TURK the !game miht have

THE WEEKLY NEWS: MALT WHISKEY IWO hour-. It terminated differently.It .
stroy its value or its pertinence. The enry
was anybody's
victory up to the Figured Organdies and
will of maUna night. Lawns Ceu
in a
cure any ca.e r 7
Pul.h'hed every KfiJ y at tl-iopt-r yar1"I.tarefree evident growth throughout the state ninth inniiis. but by hard playing i'1
prescribed and ] in
I have it. it only, cases
--- of a sentiment favorable to the adoption of malaria for twenty-live years: it and good management;: of the Bai- Counter, 7l.c yard.
rancas team the
game: was woe,
TELEPHONE NO. 118. of a method of chooinr candidates never fails. All druggists and grocers score 4 to :{.

-- -- - -- for public office radically sell it. or you can get it direct from Such lames of ball a; the one of TbV oOe Lhlierai- -. Center: Count"r. foi. .
Rates Fur lshfd on tpplica'ion. Rochester, N. Y., prepaid i abottk
Advertising express |
: different from the one that has yesterday will soon revive interestin (1.000Ladies1'ait.UenterChanter, ( .
P e sure you get the genuine. 'f lie
heretofore prevailed is an indication Duffy ;Malt] Co. also send a book free, baseball clean and in Pensacola.cnncucted The in gamewas White Pique, Heavy Wt-1. not remnants, per yard .
that the masses have which ii full uf( valuable information. The gentlemanly -
way. cause for which
UPIIQN LABtI. wearied of the domination conventions the game was played seemed to put ?
by professional politician, PKNSACOIA YACHT CI.U1V new spirit in the players, and the

whose sole purpose was to prolong result was a beautiful !game with a Pearl Buttons ('boarVliite.. ; I) iz. oa Card. . .
Uriital of Interest a Worthyliistiliition. fine score and a snug sum for EmnretTouarteverybody's -
Ton Is file with the Strong
paper on their period of power reward their friend. ? White H. S. Handkerchief Ladies per dozen . .

BANNING ADVERTISING CO,, personal friends: adherents or polit- Give us more of such ball games t*1 White H. H. HandkerchiefJems', per dozen .. . .
Endicott Bu diog. St. Paul. Minn.. where Possessing; jut at its very doors
ical creditors, or "secure, the offices and the lovers of the sport will respond -
and other
,tobcnben amine it and, w'here estimates! will be civm may for themselves. the finest sheet of water for sailirgin :: freely with their patronage. -

'J OponapacefurGENERALADVERTISINGai While the purification of political the country the fact that Pensa- ---- New Arrivals!Y*
4 t Card of Thanks. 1
the lines cola had not years ago, a first-class,
procedure along suggested

'.? PENSAOOLA. MAY 28. 1900. by the Metropolis may be possible: live yacht club, may seem astonishing Pensacola The managers base and ball members team extend of the Val. Laces. Black Silk Lace Inserting. Styb

in these to many and doubtless does to Over Embroideries Laces and Revering, Handsome
even degenerate days, the their sincere thanks to the public for G"

: ))E IOCIt.U1C-NOM1XKKS.: dilllculty of creating; the public sentiment some. The real reasons why suchan their liberal patronage of the benefit js" Fine Embroidered Fronts., :Shirt Waists, "Perfi i '

''F' For Kepresemaihcii in IirgivlatDre: which might lead to such results organization was not long since; game yesterdayand to the Barran- Brand" Velvet Ribbons in All Width.
established are doubtless good and cus team for their work and the active -
r. MOKESO JOS as are so graphically portrayed interest
they took in
I J. EMMhT WOUE ''in sufficient, but it would be a waste of making the
thatjournal's well-meant homily game a financial success, also to the
> "'ur Mir riff: forbids any hope of its accomplishment time to now consider or recount marines of the navy yard for their f i FRIDA

ftIt' OEOIMJK t:. lI tITH. at least during the existenceof them. It is enough to say: that the assistance and patronage.!: The net

For Circuit Clerk: present conditions. Selfish and city is now much has such alive a and club and that it sanguine proceeds were hope greater and the than game the most was Spec:21 QifeJing [if f 3.000: Yards s New rmbroi eI Its.

destined at
ANuo; MCMILLAN.: unprincipled men, fond of power very : pronounced by all thtbe t of the 11

For Ta Collector: and regardless of the means whereby and no distant importance day to any equal institution in interest of season --- ,;'I \Vatch This Space Thursday = C:

'r: A.H.O'ALKMRERTE. they may acquire and hold it, its kind in the SoutM. -
For Tax .Wessor: will continue to secure the selection Tbe Pensacola Yacht Club was

W. W. UICHAUDS. of themselves and their tools as the organized just a year ago, but has Needs assistance it may be b-st to *
not been fuily developed until quite render it promptly, but one should JUilliam
( Son.A
alleged representatives of the Soljnson
For Count Treasurer: peo-
recently when a new set of ;.oflicers remember to use even the most per.
JOHN W. FRATEK. ple. Such conditions exist at times was elected and its members be- feet remedies only when need I'd- ry"I

r For County Judge: in all political parties, in all states came imbued with an enthusiasm in The best and most simple ana gentle MfcEM .,....= fc.- ..

L t THOMAS H. MCCVLLAGH. in many of their minor subdi iionF.: its affairs that has already led to remedy i is the Syrup of Firs, manufactured ';<:4...<.. -.(;, """:" <-:' < ". ..-:..<.ji.. *-i'< "
: marked progress! and promises results by the California Fig Syrup .
wl and especially in innumerable mu
. ,, f, Fur School Superintendent destined to prove exceedingly Co.

:f1 B.COOK. nicipalities.The gratifying to all concerned.
. T Criminal Court: adoption of the primary planof The roster of officers now governin APALACHICOI.V. J. M. HILLIARD & CO.
For Clerk
Irt nominations :as
making political
according Entire Business Portion if Town
5.., M.P. BONIFAY.For follows:
! { Justice of the peace 3d Utrict to its most ardent advo- Commodore, J. G. Welsh ; vice Hunted.

.i LANDRUM. cates, will eliminate from local politics commodore C. H. Welles; secretary The entire business portion of Apalachicola ,, GapPiage and Wagon
R. factory.
: JAMES the everalert and cunning professionalpoliticianand Jos. I. Johnson ; treasurer. J. : was burned Friday evening -
'J.1.fli For Constable 21 District: result in H. Porter; official measurer JohnH.
a including six blocks. two hotels
V. BOBE.Fhr Johnson; collector. J. D. Goss;
fair and unbiased expression of the governing committee, J. G. Welsh, three large stores, bank new armo- A Splendid Line of Choice Budgie, right/ from the fast ",

County Purtejor: sentiments and preferences' of the Jos. I.Johnson. D. Sheehan, Jno. H. ry, theatre,Grady's big general store carload Lots, at Factory Trices.

...1t.; W.C. BECK. masses. If it will do this, the sooner ,, Johnson and D. H. Shepard:: ; jani- all steamboat wharves, customhouse,
For Members School Board: that method is authoritatively made tor, Chas. Grant. Jos. P. Brown and Repairing Attended to Promptly.:: (-
'g. John G. Ward are honorary memo four saloons and sixty other struc-
FH A. V.CLU BBS the law of party procedure, the bet- bers. tures. 30 EAST GARDEN ST. : : : : : I'KXSAKU.A t. '.
BUlL'NT.' JR.. '
'E. wexu.Dot'BTLESB ter for the people. Among the membership of the Not store was left. Very little of ,

l club are enrolled the names of such the contents of the burned buildings ,

the republican members A system strengthens regulator and stimulates is a medicinethat the citizens Zelius,!'Thiesen Gen. S.,A.Fran Moreno Wilde, Alex., D. was saved. All the big lumber mills "BUY THE BEST. "

.' of the U. :**. senate are angry liver kidneys, stomach and bowels. J. Hayes. Geo. T. Morgan, C. M. escaped.

.. and indignant at the cheap bunko PRICKLY ASH BITTERS is a superior Coston, A. H. Payne, F. R. Pou, P. A brisk wind was blowing, and

:J.j f I' Same played upon them by Clark of system regulator. Jt drives out all R. Bettison the last and meeting others.At of the city even had the fire department been a =r IT'S ECONOMY!

f Montana, but will they allow their unhealthy conditions, promotes activity council an ordinance was introduced !good one, it is probable the flames

. stand in the of adding of body and brain restores the club ould: not have been stopped.
/ feelings to way authorizing to erect wharf
sound and cheer-
good appetite sleep
; : i another millionaire member ful spirits. Sold by Hannah Bros. and boat house at a point lately selected The telegraph office was burnedout '' Our ,
I n by a committee of the club and fuller details cannot bo ob- REFRIGERATORS are to Keep I.' i
of them all-to their
) and biggest tained.
Pocket scissors after deliberation at the foot of and and take a lower temperature than any other on the np+rket.
exclusive club? cutlery fishing The loss is estimated at a half-
along avenue to street
___ __ tackle, guns, pistols and sporting an ideal for the and million dollars, with only small in- They have an Absolute DRY Alit PROVISION: CJfAMHIMt;
goods of all kinds at the Willis Hard- spot purpose
;, (s--r The determination of the New York democracy ware Co's.. readily accessible from the electric surance. Warranted Absolutely ClJllrl..-...

.? 1' to neiid au untnn ructed delegation belt line. It is the intention of the _
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,'f; to tbe national convention U move In the I LIST \YKKK-S EXPORTS club to place upon the site a structure Glorious %I"\\M

-y- right direction and should be followed by that will not only completely Comes from Dr. D. B. Cargile. ofWashita.
' democrat in oilier htair This course Is Shipments Foreign Port Valued at subserve its purposes but be a credit I. T. He write : "Four -Our Ice Cream Freezers !/S";

i '"1 advot-aced not with any expfctatlonof pre- S120:; cal.Nine and an ornament to that section of bottles of Electric Bitters has cured
+; Trilling the nomination of Hr)an but In the city.'l'hoee. :\Ir,;. Brewer of scrofula which had WARRANTED: TO FUEE/.E! IN a'.. MINt'TEf'Prices :-,

't# l''r order to secure the adoption of a platform steamships of an aggregate who desire to "get in on the caused her greattitreriug for 'ear".

''iI)! onwhlehdeIIIUerutstunyagree.-Snabvllle: tonnage of 13,W5: arrived from foreign ground Hour," of this worthy and admirable Terrible sores would break out on
no Higher than for In!' ri'>r in ike. Come awl l i> '
. ii American. ports last week and three institution should Lend in her head and face and the best doctor

Few K Miuhip democrats desire toprevent steam and six 1'ailiu.t'1''f'ls: of an their applications without delay to could :give i no help : but her cure plain them to you.

I. i1I ISryanV reoominatUui but aggregate tonnage of 10,751; cleared the committee on membership. j complete and her health is excel-
for foreign portshipments *. Me- ai'd John IJprg. Electric
slitcerely to foreign port daring han'pl'o\'t'll-that Bitters
week valued 12 liil: i i-s the brat blood purifier known.It' .
the were : at f : <), and
.. df ire toee the convention the Mipreme remedy for .eczema 107 South Palnfos.W. .
:s trine > were distributed, follows : TRY ALIENS FOOT-EiSE
tetter salt rheum ulcers boils and
*cI.a adopt! a !platform that-hall be recognized Genoa f :.7.'T1I.lverpooi ...
It timulate.s liver
.. runningon :
:e. 7l I A powder (o lit'hak"n into tin -h.i.-.
,(.ili I by all u< distinctly and :i- 7.iHIM.ini iM.sTi! Your fet tell! \\.II..n. ni'voitsaml hot. unit kidneys and bowelexpels! |poi*noes B. WRIGHT>> omPAIO
i Eres-ivi'ly ilcmofrutiu "in its en Kiel .... I:(sei get Iir.'.M-ily. ir.iou bll\''' Miiartlue fet' helps difre.tioii buildup. thestrength. .
.. .
I-HA-I ... lull'* or tutu.liofj.! try Allen's tout-hut. ll
tirety." Marseilles I fi ..i COON MM (.'..I end mak,-, w"lklO.'I1.V.. Only "II i ctutHold by f1 1 :
.. ...... ... .,.. .. \\'_ ; C
B' II-HU 4 V77 t urea fevtolleii. -arming f.-.'[ uizrouinit A.11'1kmbert.lrugist.: ( uar- i \ i \< i nM.: i ,
;}i i; ATU"I.Hthrd.'nu.cratsfour years agonoiultiald Kingston ....... .... 'eat nails bllj-fr-, and callous pot. K>lli-v., autted.IlFMiSente.
corn ant bunionof ul and -
. pain gives rt 't
! :t popull.t for president sodadoru ..._. t '
Total 12 Mill( and eiiitifort Try it t. "//' auld by ail ; LUMBER LATHS
..nOUJII: Bnaa.\H\ ?
{1 .I in thi'ir platform 11 re-littement.if The items of during the druggists mill slue Mm. fur -':*.'. Trialpacntiiie ,
1"'ruJ1tI"d a* the- had been I'\- expora KKKK.: AoIdr..,.. All>-n l lnut'tl 1, 1
I .. week were: LeKoy X. V. and Stern' .>f .J. I:. Williams !
. .. the t
il by tinp> "| party la ) SAWED
prri- Timber and lumber sit.. .tl; I'.n'f reil.Betwteu .lJJ t CYPEESa SHiNGLEnlir :
the '!rn at IIMHi.jdjed I piuu | teak 1 stave |M. su I
1 I Hiir: convention tint IIn.1 l seeing the abinCO-s .. .. 15..0' 1111: NI':N PII.OI p.o.xr. and I o'clock
J cit'idid.ite wbiiiu theyIbeniMUes (Cotton miles ..... .. '.TTPm Jhiduiu'h; : ...-_ -- PIN>ACOI.fYAlUAELS ..\ I 11..1
I la pojn.ii J accept u lr"ii. tons .. .irm IerriH.1 i.n.light: from '1IIhi!('. Sunday morning burglars broke into
i ha'I already named. But till- I'liosphnte rock, tun ..... .... ciao
\'e3.:a year 1''Iull'IIII'1|| in tin' -mliJl-. and by the lli>of-. ,ks .. .Mil TP new pilot boat Florida arrived the residence Ex-County Commi-- COFFEE DRINKER:

'(V ni'ltun in lit nutiou\l convention ut MouxKalU -- lit night: from Mobile. flue loner J. Ed. Williams on West Hill, ; ]
.\ late and Death Fight GIFTSG I !
I 11 It ha, nil ice Initoric old party in a is a handsome craft of about 2 A> eiTeetiugaLentrance through a back Attention :

, position: nixolut HulHiiOuialion to a non- Mr. ,Yo A. Hines of Manchester: WllldoW.About. \ ,. \
, \v. -
/ j/
odds and hor-e-plwfoT. Srt; feet long, 11)! fl'tbl'alll : .. A./
drscuptorgautzatlonufpolltical! la., writing of his almo miraculoti $u in money and )1 r. William -
4 .nd.)1..lllpII'! Scimitar. Thii: is the nay e-c.ipe from death says: : "Fxpo; -nre and s feet depth of hold. She -,' watch was etrricd ofT. From nfili r In iittrwlwt oar fin a ro.l CJIIl1JU'IIC'I!! Iinlflay
will be here furL
i Of II provided the Kant City! convention after mea-les induced, erioulung few days liiii-hiiu the residence the burglar) entered the L'; wr llill11
iin'l /'nin -
fitting out and h..lllput in trim />>< I'H <" a r.>jf' i. itt ii ,
Ii q4 accepttl.."Sioux Fail* lirealld plat trouble, which ended in con-unip ; -tore and attempted to open the iron !
Il'rlll.'nl...-, a miraolx happens. It will take tion I had frequent hemorrhages neat order before ;going on duty. -afe, but failed The burglar wa= lit'-- il'ltf. '/"", trill null certijkdtc in cuh

Bryan, but will it adopt th. rag money and and couched night and day. All try -- ---- seen by :Mr. Williams ;i<; lie was JIOI" '"
: nviwlist platform put forth by the pupu1M doctors said 1 must soon ilie.1 Then Pneumonia follows Li grippe. I but leaviiig the premise. but he escaped.County anal sill' '.iiiiil'n"l; /iI/, Java l .
-. r -? Will II accept Towne. a republican I began to use Dr. King's New Ii.- never follows the use of Kol.KV'b, and city ,,1Iil'i1l- have been lx ', nn
//If"/ >ifili< on rvtry itietiiou mvpt the dead nlvtri cnvery for Consumption which completely Huxv AMI the great throat notified: but ayet have found no / I /red (100> eartijit'tlltentitle
*.ue. If it does these things, then theabove cured me. I would not he and lung remedy. W. A. D'Alem- trace of the harirlar. co,"ialip// II'HH -hunillilift I i the holIi'rIii

will be highly applicable.Kit berte. tad liiililiifi joyfn ninlcli.
rriUcmm --
without it even if it cwt $5 tai a Imt- - --

ltd. otbtrwisf, then Bryan will have tle. Hundreds have used it .on my niAM-i.: r )l CIIILDKK.NToMakeFxtra ( : r"III"MIlfiI" nri in.1" fiin a ATTENTION:: !
to repudiate the nomination tjf one or the recommendation and all say it never Tin Ji-i< i It'llI,( IfCUilfiftll 'lullxffiiiftilile I\! Plate. Tlieinanui'icrs "
other of tilt: two parties. There certainly fails to cure Throat Chest and Lung an Da-y: Wa y.We ''
?ll'ml..u of iVnsacola Lodge No. 3.
no ground for compromise. It Is a case of troubles" Regular size TiCc. and want all the clean inlf-gallon ) rrs o/I Kilirrirnri'Of guarantee it l<> leis'
of P.
kurrender for somebody. The democracy $1.00. Trill bottles free at W. A. ( whirs nafM w trill '/* f/li n with ordinal .

1 will bate tocaptulatetopopulism or Bryan D'Alemberte's drug store.IiAW.V Yon are notified and requested to Mason fruit jars we can get ha"ingbou irilbpHttnKt... Vnhif j/ oii/> years,

'A il! have to give up one of hit nomination attend regular meeting Monday: ht already a large lot. Wr want Valued M.OO.
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irilt li> 'I' f' <
l *.-HmmrKhani! News.Why PUtTY eight May 2; should there be any doubt Nominations of officers will take to mike !'pelldinsmoney 'f l'"r l> iiinr'ht
A lawn will be the
given .
that the democratic convention will residence party of Mrs. T. V. Keller KS place. Visiting brothers cordially by gathering up the j jars: at home COIIJnjlt" M and fire
formulate a democratic platform West Jackson street Thursday May invited. H. JEt"llfn-iE. ti't in use. ALLEN CAXIIV: Cu. Ilff/IIUd itf "' )11'1<1', lit Coffee Roaxling a >///./ "
HEXKY Holt." I
< and nominated 81, beginning at 5 p. m., for the benefit LEIt. C. C. 2.1m3t; fIr' "fr 11"11"d 1,1,,- I _
this year; having; K. of R. & :S. -- -- -
of the First Baptist church. I,!, 1'111> III' >fi-< *. AlHf /":'- 1 1
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Uryan, why should there any Chocolate, strawberries, ices and Sour stomach fullness after pat- Just Think of It
doubt that he will accept? other refreshments will be sold. In its advanced and chronic forma insr. flatulence are all caused by imperfect Hi' f >,j"rllafi'J11"9 I" I,'/,! til

m2. d cola in tIe head is known as Na-alCatarrU digestion. Patchy ASH ihr "f.r' Crushed
Millennium Poliik'8. and is the recognized sourceof BITTERS corrects the disorder at ( I pineappltcrushed -

FItENII CIIEAM.C. other diseases. Having stood the once, drives out badly dirge*ted Zane: ? J ACODY.
for a moment the effect if every -- ('))1f'J'I'jc'I **.
Fancy of continued successful stomach liver
H. Gonzalez & Son will take or- test use, food and tones the ; t
precinct In the state of Florida should ders for fresh cream. This is Ely's Cream Balm is recognized as a and bowel For sale by Hannah ROCO.'I: ,It'
each sand only Iii truot and abl,8mln chance to specific<< for membranal diseases in Bros. FLY iCREEN.If : sf Jwnil' *
got pure create promptly
u thecoucty: c< nventlons this campaign. the nasal and should ---- -- .- -
passages -
when wanted. 22ml: you W.T. (:ireen( iVCof 'I
thil each county couventlonwould the best cuar on the
1 In : ce resort to this treatment in your own TOTIIK l'l'BLIr', you want

rompoaril wholly ot loyal upright and Golf goods, lawn mower, ice case. It is not drying, does not pro- market ask f.>r AnpieleLi. Krncgpr cents. The finest ili\\\ H' *
I intrlli ent men. Men who would In turn cream freezers, haritmocks and all duce sneezing. Price 5/) cents atdruQgi On and after the first day of June. & Kugleman, Agents. altf

fleet only able and intelligent men as dele sorts of seasonable goods at the -tsor by mail. Ely Brothers 19UO no picnic or pleasure party of of pure fruit juices. l It, -

I jate to the iougre 8lonal and state con- Willis Hardware Co's. 56 Warren street, New York. Give any kind will be allowed to land at Hammocks of all etyles at allort

\.OtllO.. With a Hate convention com- up prejudice and try it. the Gulf of Mexico Marine Railway of price, at the Willis Hardware cream soda and ice ('rt',1'1Iat

otod entirely of the very truest most hon- Company's wharf at N'avyCove. Co.'s.

lablt' aud intelligent men from every Your LiverWill The best refrigerator for T. E. WELLES. 10 cents.Mackerel.

tltaty In Fleridacan any doubt that tbe 2Mnlw President. Fox River butter green
the least at Marston .
aid member of bU cabinetC money -- -- whole codfish
jrnor every be roused to its natural duties and roasted coffee and
all be lecteileach for bls special, per- and your biliousness, headache and 6' Finch's See those window awnings Fulton Market cornedbeefandmincemeat
\ able ntneii f >r that particular office? constipation be cured if you take __'_ everything kept in an up- at H.Muller. .
"\ 'ougreulooal convention com- Save money by making your ice at Marston _$ finch'sHavana to-date grocery at H. Mul-

{boll) of the best men in the state, Hood's Pills cream at home. The best, quick ler's. 400 South Palafox ',, 400 South Pal*-
ly tbe congressmen would bet thof freezers at the Willis HardwareCo's. liasacos cigars can be tad 213. fox street. Phone 213.
'. the very best men in Florida. By old by :all druggists. 25 cents. only at Nick Apostle street.

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1 STONE'S i iI! LOCAL NEWS MOTES fl WO RN'5! Croaninj Clcry is Her Hair. 'i>.

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local .
......-...... forecast for Pentaeola and rtnnttr: I '.
I. .. 0".- (;tn.rally/air _,> right nod TIa 'lalight t.. 4>, y.i
-- -- --- :- -' ----- -----= ==- :2: 2:= -.r. fri'ik tartirly rinds, Mariuium toxperutunyesterday And! I've got the Swp lest overturned out of the Jno. ;. ,
I .'! B. stet-Un fictory at n I mi and S3 ;)(l. therebysavins: you :: .:
degrees minimum wn.t :4Capt.
; the troublein! < f ordering (.ut'E'pel'i:1laIl4rl ..
'' pvpeii- 'y
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ing; double for it.My _'] ..: .:,,_
REMOVAL SALE here.Joseph O'Learypent Sunday C : Store j.. al-o IlfcruitingHeadquarter.* for the 't.1\
? Am1'If jr.,1 Wearer, Cud the STEIX- .'.1 'f
H. P. Barry of Lake! City arrived BLOCK CLOTHING is at the top noroh of the ladder; '. -t
in the city last nigh; :. I it<>,t df! >-iI\.! xixl jvttt rr s from f 12.1H) to s2o.u0" material : '
_. and workmanship the best in the ". ::1"
.. n Mr. country. .."
-- -- R. Halliday ha= to New
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o York to visit her mother.II. Ha\" -ilwfiys on hand a Full Line of JOHNSON & ..: ,. ,
)[['1I'IIY liOE-*,-n you can be fitted out from head t
Cawthon of DeFuniak W1t; to foil with considerable legs expense than you think. 't

i It Wed! toe Meyers' Double Stores from r a1st 1 will top guest at the Ecambu yesterday. Etf>The NKGLIGKK uliove inentioiipd' SHIRTS article*. with a few of those ',.'1
< ; ) W. I), Brown of ireenville i* !! and some of the NewNKCICWKAR t
I i'l-t received will dress .
among the guests: at the Merchant-: I you neat .
fiioutfh to ,vi-it the best in the land. ;
H. I). Snider, of Mucoge was. a jM
ATURDAY guest at the Kscambia Saturday Yours for Men's Wear, ':.,
*l MAY 19 night. ',
Notice has been given that the Copyright 11.. Jos. Coleman. : i
i state board of health will meet here THITEIS.BulllI "

io Sell Out Entire StocK Until il Removal at tie Fulton. Prices June my : J. J. MeCa kill, wife and son. arrived :

i Springs.The: here. last night from DeFuniak DRINK : j

( steamer Vernon i* taking; on a : i

tI All $12.50 and $15 00 Suits at. ..... ..... .... .... .... ............ ......$9.99 cargo leu street of general wharf.merchandise at Bay .

I All $5.00 and $6.00 Pants at.... .. ...... ........................ ...... ...$3.99 The schooner Lucy H. arrived yesterday
with 197 barrels rosin and :209

All $3.50 and $4.00 Pants at ..... .. .. ... ...... ...... ...... .... ...... ....$2.99 barrels turpentine.The .

All $1.50 and $1.75 Shirts at. ... .. ..... ..... ...... ...... ............ ....$1.35 deigoing smack repairs Mary and K.receiving Hoxle is fresh un-

r All $1.00 and $1.25 Shirts at. .... .. ..... ..... ...... .................. .90 paint at Palafox wharf.
Geo. Bruce, owner of Bruce's dry

: Summer Balbriggan Underwear, per suit..... .... .. ...... ..?... .45 docks at Bagdad, registered at theE .-
-can.bia Saturday night

Summer $1.00 and $1.25 Underwear at..... ...... ............ .... .90 Mrs. J. H. Keller and little daughter .
Vera have returned fiom a : .-1\i
$3.50 Shoes at .. . ..... .. .. .... ..... ...... ........................ ...$2.99 pleasant visit to Jacksonville ..
All $1.50 and $1.75 shoes at. ..... ... .................... .......... ......$1.20 Nomination of officers at tho meet- "
In! of Damon Lodge No. IS: K. of P ,

3 Linen Collars for. ... .. ... .. ...... ............ ........ .................. .... .25 to-uiorrow night. Members are requested .
to attend.

35 and 25c suspenders for. ..... ............ .... ....... ................... .20Boys' Mrs. Gertrude Moore, who has .<, t
been the of her .
guest daughter.Ir-
t t suits at..... .. . ..... ... .. ...... ...... .... .......... ....:. ... .... .,....$1.25 A. C. Binkley has returned tu> her
home at Cincinnati.At :
, m Patent elastic seam drawers at. ..... ...... ...... .... ............ ...... .45 HIGHEST AWARD fOR PURITY. i ;
the Catholic! Knights entertain-

i t" $1.50 and $1.75 Alpine Hats at. .... ........... ...... ...... .... ... ..$1.00 ment Wednesday night euchre will '.
be played from S to 10. There will

i be four handsome prizes. LEWIS BEAR & CO., Sole Agents. : :. .:.':

The British schooner Prince Frederick

morning arrived from Cayman at quarantine Brae with this a ALSO Fon

I HOUUnOULUfl11 1 [ RATE cargo of cocoanuts and old brass.
f| The steamship Ivydene which arrived -
this morning from Huelva via &}>Chesterfield Bourbon Whiskey.I' .-fa: : ..

i 9 Fuuchal brought a cargo of :26CO, :. .
f ( o toni of yyrates consigned :o the Gulf < ',
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Yours for Cash ': A lawn party will be given at the > 3 lertinta of I, dieb' Auxiliar and Reported Dally for The New. by ': '
residence of Mrs. T. V. Kessler next
To-Morrow. Mewra. A. M. MOMI Co.
I I4P. I Thursday for the benefit of the First Directors ,
I Baptist church. See notice elsewhere The board of directors of the La ao91 '!. ..
in this issue.: : ,dies' auxiliary of the Pentaeola: Athletic WW_.. 45 H-114WO -|
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STONE $ i II I Parties who sold tickets for the 1 1j club will meet at the gymnaium; M.__...:==::=:::: S-! (6' E.M.::::_..:::: i +WI.i ..
benefit of base ball .
game yesterday j tare -morrow at 10 o'clock a. in. The K_ ............___ i i)_. 1:11: _;, '.
requested to make returns to T.F. president, Mrs. E. A. Fernald asks 1._.._... _......._ I :is ,
Brit on at Koch's restaurant from .
': o:&) to M p. i all members to be prompt, as matters -_. --- ._centi.Union ;

226 South Palafox Street. (, The American steamship Pensa- of importance are to be acted C. Ii. or A. Entertainment i: -> i

cola, which has been laid up here upon. i j Progressive euchre and a soiree, ,.. .' :'
''for some time undergoing repairs, The class will meet at 11 o'clock )I under the auspices of C. 1{. of A. i. .
Unable toVork.. i t; sailed yesterday for Punta Gorda to to-morrow and all ladies interested No. 210 at C. K of A. hall on Bayleu "
load for Weymouth, Mass. street: Wednesday evening, May ;M. .' '-
Chas. Replople of Atwater. ()., should call or send in their applieatimisfor : :
membership as they cannot Admission :25; cents.. Refreshments p i 1
was unable to work on account of Tho. Bas, while working on the j"
become members until such will be served at reasonable prices- : .
kidney trouble. After using FOLKY'S j steamship Kerrhnoor this mornings : application \ : a
KIDNEY CURE four days he i had the misfortune of having his leg *, are properly acted upon. You are.invited. 2"in-td : ..
cured. W. A. D'Alemberte.Ice broken. He was. taken to ::it. An- The names of tho-e ladle whw ..
i thony's hospital for treatment. were present at tlutot\ meeting, and I Smoke DURHAM Ci- )
. who have not yet been lected a*
cream freezers that freeze th
t cream quick, at the Willis JlardwarCo.'s. member, will al-o be voted upon atto.morrow' gars at B'Alemberte's. > .:
1 'Ii. meeting. I -- ....
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-- -- -- Ky.,will arrive on the 4:15 train this -- -? -
I ne-Opene. evening and a,.*ume immediate ... j You 'altcare money ly .-
Tu-kH. > All
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charge of the sh irthund department seeingfarston.\ V 1'Finch le-
i. JoeWeiland. merchant tailor, 134: I wrote: Our child! bow. Is I Arrn I'1- < t
of Meux's ]:uinecollE'e.
East Intendencia street, ' ; in;; oil pure blood and nil i i' -"-riptiou fore Imf1! furniture 01''j'j
i I .hi.friend!"that he has rt''dhi. t I Tort Pickers i i.. to be made one of failed to reliuye her. until wetriedI''eethiag1'w1hr 1 '
tailoring establihment and dye- the most important j post. in the I /rouse furn. isli in!? oor/.v.
I house, and i ik ready t I foi fine clothing: repair, cleaiiinir will h,. complete( water | Anger's Golden Seal Nu- _

dyeing, etc. li'mlni and sewerMfin:. Lieut. '1'. S.I '!deln's, broad and fine, at
lloin I fll\irt..rm.,-Tit Fort Birranii bed rooiniuid par- H. Mulh r's 400 South '. :; '1i
Ironbedteuds, in'ariel ', it 1. i, t i
i- 11"\ iidverti-iiitrfor> propoils, [furniture (it low prices, ;.
white enamel and nuho.any, bra-' Palafoxstrf"ct, Phone213. : ': Yllainuurlt'Xin
trimmed elegant designit:: O. :M.1'ryor's \\lii--ii will beuprord.ltne 11.Al cash or instalment plan, tit ." ..,-
CPNDIES1i'1LIA Bargain Furniture Houe. ""ut :!d member of the Ladle: 1
' : allsl.'llcslll
Atillary tf the At.'ii-tiV! club mot Warston I J' 1''inclt'.s.1'.aLICl \ -.' "
1 During Mrs. ILL I Rendall's at the "Illta.llImtIUI'tav: and :\farston] tank th;'ir first lf<*o;. from Prof. nnr ti, ; ,
....... ... .. absence from lie i-ily Hall. The club will meet hereafter: I .," .e. -,
'..::t' :III11\. LC.: I\ ".The Pensaeola.Irt NeedleWork Perry T'I".I'and| ::;;aturll.J\'. The Iti-.i C, RAY ;. .
I X. llYJinil-oti I'irrd for li irsciuj; MITCHELL ,
will : :
dirt--tor hold an iiipoitunt ..
Rooms, \ 0. .; West 1 nifftiu at 10 o'elo.k tomorrowtannin. h'i re .\i itii in the Ci'y I.inuis. :- *. <:

PENSACOLA FAMOUS Chase Street, will be open .;.:. The rfularfOlld.y: i' ruiig ru-h Surgeon Dentist, '.1

< ts usuul. 11. street *;)riikler has arrived \\ ,'* efort- Mayor Milliard thi-: : .. ;.
and was ?et up this morniu;. It will mrrninThf' fines um-junttd
h" operated l h y \\'. L. Kdl liegin-:. 28 South Palafox Street. X.
June *. Thirteen deft td atI wiredischarged 4 '
IIiu:: about i. :Subscriptionsi [ '
I :tuft one" rontitrn-d.; ;-
are till in-ntlici'-nt to cost of t
S. Riciirdnn, rharg d with i di
Thos-e / tHOPLEE
ol'.ration. who hive not yet *
"The Forbes Store. -ub-.'nlt'd are rei.ue-ted to do .i: aslirinklinj rharsring! ; firearms,". in the cry Innit-H: *
-/ \ ; the streets will be b.netiiial wa. lined M': > > i
to nil. Pedro Kiitiiio, a siilor I _
with eursmu and u-ing oh-cete lat
Sji.iuihte'imship: Saiitandirinti gu tie was disL'liarg I GiiNESE: LAUNDRY. '
which !'ililt'd'I..h'nla, \' for Liverpool Froiicy Jotm-on, charged with assmiting -
wa loaded 1 in ,ix dThi.; Virginia I

!f: {It .. is the fittest work er don on a h uid. was lined i'l'i.Mary Groudyitli; Lei ; SPECIALTIES: Shirts Cellars end
: lie ale vessel! in this j-ort. She carried 1-1UJo.HL'l 1ft Johuioll and Mary : '\ .
Offer JlisA e ( s sawn tiniliT, and a.,') tons staying in place where hJ\\'cluf-c sand Cods
of iron. J.
pig Abercio.iibin
Indecency i- practiced were lh.ed l I
r" -' the contracting vednre. Th> vessel 5U each. ALL WORK WASHED BY HAND 1I

r* r i *W:lrMJi' Line of Wash Fabrics that fairly whisper & Co.wa consigned to W. L. Wittich duct.Everett was fiii"dlO.Cooper disorderly con I I AND FINISHED BY MODERN T

feViBlMii The first two row of the opera Henry 'llioma*, assaulting Anni.
1 t -X- thoughts of warm days. >3- home balcony and parquet seats Crum with hit hand wa tiIPd'fj.' : I MACHINERY.IT } t
.e..f py a from A to (i have ben reserved for (5eo. Anglo keeping tore open on rr 5
"- the teacher and relatives of the :Sunday walined #'!;:. j West Guteriiiiipnt Street "

f / :3 JUST A WORD ABOUT OUR NEW LINE OF graduatingcla-s! for the comm nce- '- I; "PpOSII.. frxpree9/1trt! -. PLS9Ar'OLAF'LA.:
--= ; of these! !eaN will beginat ....... CHh'V.1SUTJC i I I I Ollic'f'U Soinh o 'alar.1I SI.
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r HAfUBURGS AD MGES. 3 o'clock of thi the* other The to the assignment ax commutof KK the. raplaln.the Owner Nor e-- Ij j

general public holding tickets will ..-J..In mill lie responsible Tor
= begin, at noon to-morruw. contracted i>y the crew
of said>'ea'rl.
I New York Marine Journal: Capt. N. 1). CHRISTK.NSF.S, HI
J. Ed. O'Brien of Pen..acola, never Baars, Dunwotly{ Co.. Captain.
'nelves| i you, and you will be glad you Mine when I you examine them for they briug'I loses an opportunity to boost his Consignee 2'
in--. nriinf-... and beauty in variety. home port. As he was leaving Oil
the own": m
' Washington lat :Saturday for the caotain .
'I 25 Pieces Regular lOc Figured Pique at T- c yard[ South he said to a Post reporter: s ers nor conmgni-ei bark Dpfcllrltwill of theNorttrician
We have a harbor in which can be be responsible! for debts
ffTlll :SALE 10 YARDS TO A C-TOIER1: contracted by the crew.' laid \"s',1.] y
anchored the whole merchant I
marine -
! 50 and the combined navies of the I'aterson, Downing ft Co.. l .
aptnm.Cunelgneea. CompanyKerosene
Pieces worth 10 and
Fancy Torchon Lace, 15c, at 5c yard world. We -have five fathoms of :pmt ;

jCf-ON CENTER COl'NTER.-Bl water on the bar. Ours is essen-
tially a shipping port." BARRANCAS, May 26,
50 Pieces Hamburg Embroidery, lOc value at 6c i-.- FORT. Healed proposals, in trip
From the reports of the dealers in licate will be received here until
50 Pieces Hamburg Embroidery, 15c yalue at 10cLrEW this city, we think no proprietary noon June llth. 11!*>KJ, and then Gasoline r
medicine has a larger sale than opened for construction at Fort
LINE SILK DIMITIES, PLAIN, WHITE AND BLACK.*! PAIX-KILLER. Its valuable proper- Pickens, Fla., of complete water and i.ND
ties as a speedy rure for pain sewer systems. t". H. '
can reserves; the
Y ,s'i Just Receive I a Secant( Skimeit of BcMiet Mosquito Bars. Get our Fries s ; i if will pay yon not fail to be generally appreciated, riiht to accept or reject any or all Lubricating Oils*

in case of accident or sudden attack proposals or any part thereof. Information AT
of dysentery diarrhea cholera furnished r
on application
morbus.-Montreal Star. Avoid Envelopes should be marked : "Pro I I WHOLESALE AND IlETAIL.Urlivered .
Y0 substitute, there is but one Pain- posals for construction at Fort Pick : Free to
SLY W. J. & B. FORBES Killer, Perry Davis'. Price 2oc and ens Fla.," addressed T. N. HORNzXf ;i sap Part of tbe City. '

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tlerk drives nearly all of the memb.'ra Disease oo Stair Ball.

out cf the house in the daytime and In t Nasal gars I "I make It a rule never to touch a

r"1 the evening,: they could not hare been : CATARRH o r i stair rail especially In an office block t I ,

o0 f forced to attend. Mr. Warnpwl:<<>11 \ rqR o or a public building" said a prominent

decided that he would avoid suchKenr" : In all 1U stases there BATFIi' to physician of this city. "There is no i

!' :1 the night session pro- should >>cieanlme's.( [ b doubt in my mind that many contagious -yT s

grain was abandoneJ. Ely's Cream BalmClelW"fIeootheundhe:1li #o I diseases are communicated!

for Infants i ('0.JI010nCtf.'r a Coat of Arm. : I through them and the theory certainly
i he d.e-e,1 mm'jrr.n: 5 ..s'8Rh
Representative[ Cti"bnian of Wash- It cnrescattahanddrives'j: % has common sense to back it. People

!lagtoa state was observed the other cod the hv'aJ r'' who are in good health very seldom use
f wsy a u I
Mature planned that infants ] day twi-tas! his lens and angular FHT- pucl'r. the handrail in mounting: a flight of \ i,

should have only milk for at i .oi s., cs: to get: aa accurate o"il'of ('ream Tialm is placed! Into the nostrils, epresdscm stairs! but those who are sick or weal for infants and Children.
the of the house ct the: meui'jraaa and is aVorbel! ':
iTillns repreeata Ke..efisuu-; are quite apt to need its assistance. If
the first of life. But |
least year into each of K-diie and a cu:3 CQloIt: U not !
llvc Flo boked intently drying-< nts I they happen to have sonic contagious The Kind You lime Always Bought Ins borne the Cigna.
thin milk skimmed milk will the skylights if he trying to locate lot produce eneezin La-ge Size 50 cent tt Druggist disease !!
4 I j as were -"or 10)l mail; Trial Sue,10 cents by m3 l. especially some form of eczema ture of Clia%. H. Fletcher, and liven made under In,
not nourish. It's the milk that 2 a coon cr a IK>SSUIU; ; in a tall syea- the next person who conies in con
1 ELY L'ItOT1IERS,53warrenStre't.NewYorkGoing personal MiprrviMoii for over :>O :years. Allow no onto ,-
I is rich in cream or fat that | icore."TThat. I tact with the rail stands an excellent deceive jou in this. Counterfeit, Imitation
are ytu doing.t. I a.ked and chance of catching; it. I hate treated .
i does the work. This is bzi | he replied: "Do you see that? Thereare on the Stage. several people fur skin disease la my 'Jnst-a-i-good" are but Experiment- endanger (Ilt)

cause fat is positively necessary 1 I -1larl: :" sr'a.vs squares up there It Is my honest! couvlvtioa: based private practice who first showed signs health of Children-Experience again experiment.
little observation that
and in many of them are eoats of arms upon no uine- of the malady on the ptlms.ct their
t for the growing body.Scon's tenths of the desire to the The Kind You Have
I II rrpre.-en.tin! ; various Mate And I am go upon Lands, and 1 am convinced that btair Always Bought

l tryicto find out whether my state of stage Proceeds from vanity-vanity rails were the source of iufeitioa."There .

t Emulsion t ti 11'as'hintun i< oa earth or not. You pure and simple. What does the au-r-1 I is a historic example, by the Bears the Signature of
can see Kentuiky.: P.hode: aje; young person know of the rt-ijuire-1 I, way of the readiness with which certain

kanaaa cnJ nearly other back-: meats of the stajjf, of the iffil"ultl..sI forms cf .
i contains the best fat in the i ii every eczema may transferred -
\vofnls' prceinet from Woonvieket to that beset It? Nothing.; He visits the II through some such an agency

. : form of Cod-Liver Oil, for all i l"l) ..t1Hl'ut where i is the tate of 'I theaters nUll see the handiwork of as I suggest During the siege of

i delicate children. I Ii 1t'astiegton; ? I aia ?olutr! to find out" some clever: dramatist presented by :, Toulon :Napoleon who was then asublieutenant
They thrive greatly under its use. i Mr. Cuslunaii diai! >!>eared tlTOUsh: the skilled actors with an ease: which it'',. of artillery is said tohave ,

Soon they weigh more, eat more, I 1-inq TTiSdin'j passage"; which leads tote seems absurd for the audience to al)- :,; snatched the swabbing rod from in Use For Over 30 Years.

oiTic? of the arrhitec of the eapltnl, plaud. Of the natural aptitude, the j:j i a clumsy gunner and helped: serve the Tot' UN..... COY..,.. TT MU..a. STOf .rW, .".. c....
play better and look better. It's just i '1 .... .
+ .If'"r._ .. .. .
which! seems to be ia the: very oweN long; training the nerve destroying rehearsals piece himself for several rounds. The 3<. =1 :!JIIIfrCl'lam : .- .
the right addition to heir regular I i of 'apltol! 1:ill. Peon ri-turm-d with the .trupgl and the 11I'lrt.1 j 1 j I I i gunner happened to have an unpleasant -

food. The hypophosphites of lime i an order that the pictured face of the burnings he kuows nothing, of fours '' skin disease, and the sublieutenant!: A Kl'.VMNG SOitE:

and soda in it are to the lieCTS! only that it must be n glorious i "I had a bad runniu/ f ore OIl
necessary I !immortal George: l'aUappe-irtip : growth and formation of bone and cf the windows of the reifies of thehouse thing; to I'tin the gl.ire of the fuot- I It.-\ew Oilcans Times-IJcmocrat. breast for over a yearvv" li-'I i .; WING
f iI I I HOP r &
R. Richards of WilNeyvillH. N. \\ GO.Import.
teeth. in the near future.) represent lijrlitilh; tine feathers and heroic j I I i
I IL and tried ,
I named for or humorous speeches the observed\ of a great many ii-inefli-"
scorr&BOSYNEChetni.tsNeMYork.hT At all drtttc'ts; SOl: and f oo. the stata which has: been j I II j i Japanese children write better withI bat pot tiorel.ef; ui till I u-pd UA.Vxnt .
j him. AaTnvn w. Dcsx.let all observers, with the plaudits cf the "
,, the left hand while with( the rightI l K\I.\K. After rising "inI'tn!!
'I I
"' iiTiillitude l looks .
his It
y- ringing; in cars. .
; and
-- box I 'a/
lie UnsiTlsiuess Stlnru' I I hand they can turn out 10 per centi was perfectly vu'ed. I cati-

.. : ; is cue thug: ::::d an ohscrvauc an easy, 111'IIhlful'a; )' of earning; 'i I I more work in a girnmie.I trot recommend it too hi.hlv.I.d
.1.1lIATTnEnOEIISL a living: a fortune, and-lik" the child will never be without it in the"hot.e.V. Chinese and Japanese
'\ K \ 1\ T 1 1I 'e cf excessive nicety! in tinan-
hT chat details l Is another" said :western a:: Is'worth There 1 is no royal road! tj. success 0:1 I *Fancy Goods. *'
mwIlu .I.t'.1 1 of i
a go0 mon .
from a'fick (1 1.1
resulting an The
grippe The
the stage. It is an exacting profes- very HI' rlu" uti.i. I
I ey. "\s an exauple! 1 will,:! city a rich or heavy c )111.1,1'1.1' i MJ to the- wonderful The crt-tne tip la crenif TI at' FINE CHINA TEAS.
' si'::!. No man Iii) \\(gin' readies
Would Ran Us Notif/ England old uncle! I once 1 Irtid. He was n mil- liHiiljriir propprtie'* of FOLLY'S HAHP.EI'hi k.. in three Uu-
s liouaiie and not btinutt. LL watchedi tiUciessvitiiotit a great deal of hard HOM-.V AM> TAS which -trengthens g-tlagl' I SU.II Soil III I'.ilal Su ,

ffi to Stop the War.THE i pennies I 1:1:!;e a hank, and he was sot \\oit sad iLar.y hard knocks at the the lungs and make th -Ki HOLD 15V i Laundrj: Ofliee PK\- .
unrelenting! hands of evpurieuee') sound.V.. A. D'Altinbfte.The \
fr;. 5 -- \iutiiiL: ; "thai e\erjbody a.J: Le ua 1)IIEI'Elt IUCOS I
da.nty: takiuuiter.In ---- -
. tie meanest man in the county but hewnsu't. I'ensacola, Fb.I .
: O':J.1" IV.VY Vi: ('V. Ill: I.I' THEM a century there are perhaps hat best 5 cent Cigaron ..hGOLA"T0
-1! for he gave away $10.twO a \' t i!>
. ... two exceptions to this rule-I>a\id
- F ---- year In various charities that he would

': )Mit.1 Int.l: TLis ('onntrj 'In a 1 nut"Hut 1\1lhl'to the!recipients ClSin mention.iiolnt. One day Iusked of iainck whom and success Mary I came\ndl'rson-to with comparative built I DURHAM.the market Try them is the atD'Alemberte's HEINBERU[I [ BROS.ij Z CO.ij Grist and Corn Meal MI, .

\\i.r YlilliMnK's rcal 11":1",11-" \ ; 'ase.-Fraucls Wilson in Collier's. t tAn .
ell him for a ii'tkel for car fare, I\\!. F. GONZALEZ & CO.. Pr ;
..1 !l.t" (' .iu"font( : of{ tanrra Arms. -;iaalllla1 i got telling home him change I would, but return I forgot; it all when aboutit 1 Kpitlruiivof Whipping rough.Lit I! WHm LS At O G GR OC B S MaoufavtorrrsCHOICKMKALAMUM

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" : ,\, :.r.\GTO".y" "_.";,-r r i"'C'i.11.-, Three TnoiAhs alter that it occur- : winter during; an epidemic of : III- tu' .'
(a\\n KXc: ISloN
't il! Tin- : .a: nf the 1.1' cci'.iiiisvjo-u: : i-s to ted to the oil gentleman to be very whoopinr cough my children contracted STOCK PEEN: :

tf ] 1L'a-ie.1 to t ::I I.'f: t:.iaid of the! nice to his the nephews and nio.'l"l's.alltl the di-ease", having severe Palafox Street, 1'iiiroQize Hom Indi.,in ,
l l'ourhing1'1'11: ;;. tt'P had ued every r..on you should but '. ,
t l I'Citi u:1t.s; :n tl.i-ir! l': >f I ril"sIS at Christmas four.uf them received Clumberlain's I!i Hlix-ic Feed from the Honi Mtor <
Cough Remedy
i.tft"! faio t.) f i-r \;'.\I 1:1 g'-1.a. a.. io what checks for $:',,OW oath, while miue was for and naturally nrysucce"tiifully Pensacola Florida. by su doing }ou entnurHi.T.
' NJ crour .
try.'our !.II'II II.-
money in
':'.}l.\'. wee aa naliu:11.1: lid .to :Lsl i>t tnMrns > for $4.tmy: ;>. It was just his way. turned to it at that time and found ftmljou In turn are inihr. ... tIn
" )#''1 10 i1 ;llae 1". ;n.l,I I'>. .mitia niii.l,,T don't you sec? I owed him that nickel It relieved the cough and effected a fostering! the honit- mar '..
1' contribute to Ihe ('lIlI.eof }lair,
ji (>f nun lave d.-cJnid Itt:: our ,,}'m- and he wanted. it"-Washington! Star. complete cure.-JOHN E. CLIKKOKH LODGEDIRECTORY It to tliecuniinunliT m able!. vI .

r.iE! patty. at 1. a I.I'OIIII..t'! .'.) l''Sl'.UI Proprif-to11 Norwood! House. Nor To :--;Flma. :-;.It'utlanlht.. June IBleading I I' which contribute lo: >'our .II"I|
',1' 'tins: < I: r.II'n :;>::.tiy! of ;'.i- ].-.>I>U> IMS - -- wood N. Y. This remedy for sale l"n on dejot at ]torrid: ; on

:: Ix-c-i t t-.11..1 nutv.'nj cr atiotl.frc"t by Hannah Bros., Ul! S. Pilafox regular pa-"ritrer tr.un.; Fare for KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.Pensacola I PEOrESEIONALCAFvIcPlifsiciac :

"t'.ut Itt! h vir' ." v.i: y i'icj KIDNEY DISEASESare street. round trip : Pens.ienl,i to :Selma; ._-- ., ,:
fi.oO; from Cantonment am* aPetisacola > LIIIII'.3., K ..r.' ,
r.. ardent f ricjntiiy !} d the L'.tt." 1 l.i- >'iu- EMPLOYMENT OJo'f JK > i
*' : from :' $ foX. j marcellus [T\e\ 1
a : : alit e c.i.r ftd : \' fJ..' wniuii \' m"plspry Monday f TenInsL : i.
.. h Ring up 3S2 or call at the office. tra. Piircha-p tickf t< nt ticket of- at at ('a-tlf Hall 1
fatal! of
. ::! tin u jn > offires; Hut jest the most all dis I IA
seI 11 North Palafox ,,,treet. when in llce.! 'I icktt good for ;fl day to return 111 llutcliinson ball. West
.t, lunv r:1'11 t'.io! iitu -tionf what Jiit"Dcl"-ncii strfftbieibreu and SDFE on 1 1Itp.hll'o..lIotpl
'I' eases. need of a carpenter. H. D. Hoffman on any retruUr jn-.en.ter: tram.
1f +ci mall :.::1 ;-n.l it \c'II.l do: the 1:o.'rs. Business Agent of the Carpenter'sand For further informHtiomippIv. to ', .IHtlnjt wtlcltml'd. cordmll .... ' aud t.t.' I.; that .....I'.I'.I.f the luou- Cm CV'C KIDNEY CURE '.1 Joitiers' Union will furnihyouwith ROUT. KING: or 1'. 1111)1-'!':. F c :.!Y 11. J I'UEVINE!: : hiiiinclinOttlcB i I-. ,111
N roiiM'i"i: ; ';ii> :i.ia' >kn.. :\- the desired help on short notion IVncola.. r II IIOKSI.FK. C. C ireAlrnt.ertr Ituii.l.Kir.
t1 1'r....' .,. :.. 1'f i/iiiitiy an but unp y rULLl 0 Guaranteed Remedy ni'itf MARlIN PATTERSONMilton.. K. R.otS.. 1'alaf.'t Mrtet I''i! .ii,..

I' .: n IM ..t1(- out of wLi-iii tin- I -- -

I$' life !u lola-r; ('ru"I:.,1. Th.I'I' i> on'y' or money refunded. Contains w. o. w. DR. WM. C. DEVBERRY.OrrIOEIa.13.h .

:+,111i1 one ;:-11,)<1 tllht V.e l-o'lld do till' H.h''S
' remedies recognized by eminent l.ivp Oak Camp 1n. t'.Viin ;+. .L'interl'ntkl to ...:i'1. thrir Hat j..lIllilr.J."iiz. .
\\ orld. | Bros.1 Drne 8: '
; Tit oM lit- l.y the! diiKdiiatUallytoriuul physicians as the best for THE LEVY-PO" CO. Met fir-t an.1 third Fn !ay night In1 I

,., "or t'r If ti it-1111y ot'.iifs.hici : ." Kidney and Bladder troubles. Barb ally inTitnrt mnnrb"lSltlUl W.,OTH VV. W m.iir t -"\..
Tr \\ haio :.lri'.idy jit andouM .
i-a it-jiH-u-d.
{ X; K. TiiA''r- Clnrk t t i
: PRICE SQa wi $J.oo.
Jt1 \\ IIL 01: a par "\\ 1111\ exjiitsouif \ Dr. Winer S. Hall
' I n-* < syinjntliy: : ori- gouty Ih'llf.:1'1. alM W. A. D'ALEMKERTE. i 1 i

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P.nt.i'11! that tl-f: vcr tuu-t stop and u. _u_ ___
ti'i: the i- '.' n'l'1I.I'<>; abuts: l tl.t-.r: aiii. Indigestion DENTAL SURGEON i

.I, l'n.1 1 :' ..'. TLia! iiotUicalioii iri;:lit !I..' .. ..-... ,. t" m-i...-...:'"' "'"; ..:-y.. ;"J. I I .. :'I..
-- NIs1. o 3e&JOHN
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.l..u.( .. ; n' J ru ..
. .<1k "( ill LOOKING
Ada Vounifil 1 iu t': i: t tiiilouiitu tin.-: ;:;0:;;: '- ...t
: .. We challenge the world
r ;! i t.o"l. ,
it laisrlit 1:.' f''Mf i r..icsii"j: 11'1.n. r ,. ,;
: "" !I' .I ,.
i I 2iiviii-Lip.! au-l ulirla: l ably i"'.1rt'e-- Ii.e'k '.\t.. .-oJ." j to produce a remedy equal 1rcDA
: VID.
Lope tit t'c: 1'nti...l h \\ .iid! di.c.m' ;; t I.ILt

, ;: anti> the tItcg.: Tl-at: I L>' cat! tliHorn -, f t.(.,':;;. >,. .. :,tf :'! J to the Matchless Mineral REAL ESUIS AW BRCXEBAGE.

;, .j. var.t J! '.:c.i.U i % 'i'
: .
, .\ Vthnt Tlu--if .. Ii.......' J' (!'. ,,' Water for the cure of Indigestion CITY PI. tv.r\: : .\ : .
.. ,-r
, It i-- nuuv tLau hkfly! that cay notiti-.! ':'J..>.'.>.;!.:..... I. / tI ANDiBrr.: ; \ '.
a f.- Dyspepsia and
" .11 i oatiuii < f this LiuiL; L't iu.ti-r Imx. Lt Lt11YOU j ;;. .
. :: I 5 F 'RA I :
K:: I'okllt'tih'i',1! : by Snutary II'>>. FOR I all toJluct Bowel
;} of (
t'i ,
lt 1:1 < !: I Laics Flasei: '
.. ... i iJ" : at Raasssrt -
\\ouil Iv lintt'.i: art .jr..ildiplo!! Mi.; (:;:::jvo' :': .'*-\ iI
"'.'. .... :, ;- .,,:P"l ..
..1'! '.' h'.di: tr..I1'I .-. Troubles and Skin Dis-
.t. mal. :: ; : 1':1,1'.1 reply v '...-. Jt.. .. )' : I KI-" (i">\ (>[.'>F..i .,' -
fated '!:'n I..I:1! : ,\uI.; .IIIU.unh: .:\ \..r. .\ ...' kL1tui1
.:-.;-....,.-' '" !;. ... eases. Guaranteed to
.it I till ts t.1 1 i-itu-r riial our 1'\.1 I'll-i I, ;;;. ""L! -".' 't"; .o .::4 cure
{ t
ties ;' L' I.! t'-i-! v: tae-I:1'7 i.f V.'a-1: \/' .IV"'l '_- : $ [ ; 5 "-BEUL Y !'oIH :01 LL
or refunded. Cost
J'uuu; jv tr."ics; : t I r-cutv: Hilt \\'::.11'ur FOR STEAM tuvr- .

I. \ I' -.. :.c.oi'M! lo in tat; t..... hi. I only.3 cents a day to use it. t"t ,S1CtAi'.LF.CTLIi IFI I 'let'L

shot '.r o i' r.-t' la t'tutiil: :, 1L.' UR vnr 1\11.\\\ ctII I't'.k

$" to.> .\.1 if ;!..' "',lr 1:1 S.nuli; .UUManl : : @K6- THIN One dollar bottle last twenty Trantcats f-n
.! .'....'.iro: \ 'Z:' oa Kritaiii to Bayou Palmetto! Ki a-h. A a:'.f.
lard and hurt 1-i.rrniuii-:
If enter th iVuiaa tr shouM we days. aauam.arri-eatorP.a-rn o.
1111 i'\ fly ;.: r::. I tu cot 11 ail nicipt the May objeci; : to sittitf; up I l'.i") .. m arrive at tort ..'
For sale by all druggists ""D.m.arrive al Tor: ta4 ,
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; iiUKMia1'! : ( f it? TU are M>:III> 1'f and buiKlm the tire in ; Ij.p.m.lurl\est KT .1 .

tin'iltT.lti's! : tiOM> >,:\t.nI'U who i 37\\ 4.16p.m. rort "'..nil:. +.
the also
niorina' but if you jr. T. Green jCo.. .0:1), p m arrv"at Kort Halra.',.
sire pi\in7 the .; :e t;,ia !si multi atti-u- I Trains le.>o Fort barrel .4. : .
il lion are soiuj t: rorsli.: It i 1-1 aid, that: commence with her at S. Palafox Street. \ cola at
i Tai a. m. arrive at Pennuoia11HJ '
ltlk:1 ', :J, Ilf llpllh w'I.1 once be able
( f'p'I ) you may to p. m. arrlvB at ytciaooia2.UO
do no raatorki c:>nl) ;:a>l oull offendrrst overkain THINGS !! OR ADDRr n | p. m. .rriT. at Pennaroia,
pp-jooili-, [ 5.41 p in arrive at P'-n-a' .ayT
. t; Brit n. TLe wo t arn--.t pro :)) p. m. arrive at J'u.: ..-u:al.tTi
j.I. IJotT .-yrapatliizir ?ay< that a duuavilI'j I regret to ob-arve that Iuidn't \Y.lLlI\\ l I l {ISOXT ..p. m. arrive"yi only at frn-"co.jKfttard .
t'n\t Irita'm
the I'nltcd; Ilh's11'"n commence any) Ii "C"ct1Jl'C. let. 1.*
&,, K:01 i'lean war: or a ..tub> arDAT
tuutf. * Itwasa .eKF-pI1I
fans t!:e H"iti-'a IN\'I'rllwuI. lit that Every other man you meet sp' al- auout the Greenville. Ala. leave Ps'D.esota.! Ly Forti." ..

: Knpland.: fearing: our tw i wvr, wouM l11'1 4' rather cold morniu': whEn weather in that helpless! "let it.go atthat'sort nt. wayas iiiniitiUI From Jinl;:n. GaotnnaKr 11 ft a.a. in.m. La it I.i

a* we aced: U-fore H''I'in: tli1 dreadful I fll+t pn'po-ed the ides I p. m. Ii I'fp.m ''
if he could get no relief from his discomfort.i ,'f -M.I.I:, .Ala Att.'. i P, i1,*. rIp.m
I lasird nf a >-ar. We heard th" I'ak.restpl.! ..,.,,r.Itc-rtit-in.ttorte: t t .
Mine tln: ;:: alout :' .: in. a poor, weak to Bst-y. It wa-n't well \Vhatrc want to do is to educate men up to the pointof (tartlY, .;10..1 sea ihf War.n.-.'I.1.. 1 tJ"iScn-nn'i hlatun. ma..nllI'H }hurtle 4 p. m .'p..r ,

nation and jet even Spain, who could rtceivfd. and 1 found ,-, i 5p.m I- n
saying: "I am dressed for comfort: hot weatherdo to my p-rsonal kno.I""I/. tRIl"n 4P.m. 'I- '1
.I not (':'ii"} t to win a Mtu'.e:! \ Id.>!"y. went from aa-itthrrsntaea.a-t o!\ ''
the floorpn
myself layin on s'nt bother me. This store particular atten in the xart con4ii to war before >11 > wIHlI,1 oht'lIur' deinanils pays hB f .*rn tbu ..utT u..-d I. ash'rondartul "'"0..1101.19ort Hsrrar' ". ,,r"i
I ti> relinquish ruin. It s.'e'to t tty .1 ud.t"i.:c. tion to Summer Clothing Hot 'vV8Rth 3i' hirts succ.a S.or dnl'f'poill.l Indll'uon. Mjr : P"n-acClI. fO,1 "r..j '.' .
.. .., PrDSa1t01a Io P"im.tIO H-aca.Ld
I thou:!lt IM i it and rye. mut for truntirilita *4 0' andulrrrxm
that can duly ;rri up
ivrfutly p'uira we toplla.lind Straw Rats Etc. Things that contribute in a great man ftiJ alnmttAarmen! : rasa: ran KCHA r
.; la AfrU-a by t'ulititu: : her < urMlvo" t-iM the! 'fir- tayself.-) : 'cir 'h-'- trouh "-. I do not bt-II"\ .'. .
oninioti of the best Arteir.uVarJ.. measure to the comfort of men. foqual..11H. It Ji hlgl-iy r..nlrlllt..Dd..1 hy 1'II111aooia to .Jrt Harraa.a t '
That i : the paysieiaaafor B num:>for of<1itludzf ..... ) ara anti rctarniTl .
infornuKl o1lIt'U luVa,hin::ton. l.'Ut'TO". PeD" to "alrqln H-a a
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build tl. tire _
e if you of Proba Coi Bull-: " -
(: .\hlndnnI bt aes,lonii.Tte OfQV:111: .\ ... .
prc'i; "- ition agar made iliirinz: the ill I jrUeUratJAsRAXOE.and I : l Good All-Wool Blue Serge No "Irbt r-ret.d aft.' 'r

.'onit.: .''a of the Alaska Mil to you rau -; "{' untilbreakfat

:t.. I\\l .il.t M',:,=i i"K>. Rut t!> this Chair-! i H ready. r...:,.y can al- > Coats and Vests S3.50 KREUGER & KUGELMAN ,

: man: Vi ::: iI':'. of the (':>nlllilh''tll'< \'i- -11'1' a half: hour lot'_:i-r. a- tits fireIsttrtPIinstautly.

c''i >zen t.r t1'Ir.wi.! I o'lji-ctol ilnrip the ( *= -
Ntnntystrike! am.teh Good All-Wool Blue Serge W\.JOt E"ALE GROCERS: *
,:' tiu-e s-o rui'iy \iMtor.s were in the < its !
and your trp- In tti'l effect AN F.MIRRI.V: M< K-H \\1/ \ E\\ 4T'IR. o-. i \ .
; il.e nuvtt'ic; of the Mytie
allt'D' ::::: :
;; Shrine. -Tht''e :<'J.'iu'swr..' prominent IM Bus *ccond. diy: 'r ri4i'; anytime Pants a a S250 GItlH'EEUE1: : \\\I-I: trtllD4: AND -oPEl 1\l.fll-

r' men from all pnrt-s of tIll'U11.- in the: >'l' I.. Try OU.r G-olclou. Ilooco.vr Flour,

tr\'. aa'!. ss :Mr. Warner rlamel it. All-Linen Blue Suits Zephyr '-'aleeruomla1 1: .il I'.. ". ;.i/,".G'

I .ae U :-1. of n plt'\nHh-l'- wu:1IDave Over \V ,r- '1"' .' Tarrar'. :,'10 .. :. j I ;. -
Rtvtges now in
aprearid absurd t,; thee \i-u< Weight 85 00 Telephone 151
Use in Pensacola.r .
I at aa u,'err?',? t:.!\::.t tN.-ioa.. He 1>::I'\\"

J- \\tiz r-dt:: !e5,vtx ar >. 1'-\I'illIy1.t Better Serges if you want them : & H. H. MICKE.
In'I -. ia the
\; n MI !> ;.rir.s oa

i t.;Ity. 'here.. w 01.! i pro'abuy tare beta Ranges Set on Trial.lURiSBLSSiJ. % Cheaper Serges if you need them.

:t doztti ('r two meui'.H'rs vro-jenr. and

the v.itairs ""'1:1-1. have p--zt'l 111\\n [ CsuKMFree( 9 Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter ,

i.In an a.-ea if ir.ntyat>. They

would 1m e cot :\ very poor fi press!.ll. Pen acola Gas Co THE LEVY-POU CO. No. a South Palafox Street.
cf the! ln'n.-.; ir.alitus of the lou<\. ,
U; Kinj n. PI'1mhin.and Gas Fit:ID?* Matim.e Kept 'oTELEPHONE flang:
Mil. l-ert ts
The at a very dry
t )1 jttt and the drouius of the l'l'aJin \ 0. 3 S. PALA.FOX ST. 509.511 South Palafox Street. : KHi. ". YLrNit a/st & t1.g .\

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I Chinese !\ .. -'.,... ;
Hi HM THE HOUSEHOLD. >me 'l'... ..
In China there Is uo Used nomenclature ,1'".
n .
Nature'sBeverage Make Breakfast Attractive !real. I IWindow I -e\eu the country itself is withouta '., .
Drnperie Frumei II'cr I narae-an this lack of distinct and :;::. ''1.'r i

1 recognized :lPPl'lIaticns'u'n frequent
I'hotograpliB.The .
4 <
FOUl ee of illiticult.v. Of personal Information I.
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:: young louki't-por! as she looks from natives there was none .{:.

through her eooklHM'ks is likely; to tome |I Ito t I obtainable on which any credence -t": : "

Is truly gratifying-and what a thirsty old: th" 'T.aclustou that: breakfast I N an j could Le iict'd.! A Chinaman, unless DO YOU FEEL .u :: (. .
/71 It lie a porter cooly or a boatman .
\ 4 world indeed this would be without water I'ni']! ip'otant :nd tnrsrlry W-aL ; ''t''

1 ,# s k ci But if in quenching thirst we can also iav l', ii..p! a ;snftiosltluu; that the! rarely travels or gets during his liftmore T q g.: :

1% f part nourisbmciitihcn' hivewc acted wisely coat.metal brrnkft! : with !its roil and from than a the few place miVs*..any.. he direction was EAffLMLOLJSIDPCWS1P P r.. ( [L !\ < ..:.

and 1ffii'l'OYC d"s suggestion. t c )Scc i Li 110(' rI.o! recipes:: for luncheons born. \Vhtn trying to procure information BODY AND !' I J.. : '".t

I ll j h! dinners sii.tply! abound; w'uikthe: : coacernins! the immediate locality DRALX WEARY? >i f:

8niltJtJltJ.JS1JZ f.r-t iloam: of te! day! is Kft to solve it- it WES no uncommon thing; to base a : .i-,, '

fci-ll a- I... -t It may. It K a iiu-al. Low- native and even sometimes men of .

ex ,i-r. th:: U wnnl'.v better treatment local position.! ay, "Oh, 1 have never .,:E- ASH l'TERS t;

Iii it :1..i an iutliuv.rc reaching: ovortl been so far away as that" or "1 have .

ABC'fjOHEMJAN .. v.i.DM; ? day. A i-pp of muddy <-
i .. an ."j, tint bas"; I'tICI"l! too 1 lot:;. .. Lot know what id L'Jontl-l1fl'p ii; RELIEVES AND) JNVIGO ATES. ''

I t.a..t tiiat! 1 Is <',u-lic-d.! cast a. gjiwn"f Weekly. ..

1'\ (Li', niii.T.iii'i. Tiiv appi'tltf! : i K unreliable
Quick tiecotery.Mr. the liver and howls the kidneys and : .
in the tiwm'.i, ? an'i should I 1,1' It : ,' .
"King of ell Bottled Uteri" coaM-d. Ifl., inui-h attention were ; Vcrlrash Talker who did not :ids digestion, thus the system is regulated and the .;' 'i

not only slakes the thirst but yields that paid toward tlit-! meal nttrai-t- catch the name of his l'artD'rl'Qusee ) K>Jy fortified to resist disease. .. '
that man behind& me-well, ifthere's d : {
r1 invigorating nourishment so often demanded Ive in its way as toward making the ( '
by the human system.Order dinner attractive the family breakfastwouid Late, he's one the man one.In this world that: I ... A VALUABLE REMEDY!\ TO KEEP iN THE HOUSE.. :' ..: < :

from soon ccysc to deserve the title <>f SOLD BY ALL DRUCCISTS. i
Ills Partner (in surprise)-Why,
"the most solemn} function! the] day." Price $(,00 Per Bottle. .i
that's husband!
V. J. VIDAL. .\11 old) fashioned country dish for my .. ':
Mr. Verirash Talker (quickly/-Yes- -'
breakfast that might prove welcome asa
of ('oursetbnt's'by I bate him, lucky ..
change: is fried park \N ith cr' gra- \4
: yn dog:-London Telegraph.; ..",, ',
-- \y. Have one-half pound of salt pork
cut in thin slices, wash them well trim .
off the rind. Spread\ the slices In a
-- "Josephine, what possesses you to
large and them with : : : 33H.OS. Spocir Afozxta.:
OatJuor r.ilnrnrr and Its Effect on Take the Trouble to Siadjthe I'hyiloluKr frying pan cover read aloud from the cookbook every
theertrv: uf Il"r.!ion. cold water. Place the pan on the stoveto e"l'nlng11 ?" ,. .

La lancet makes: some In- It is not difficult! to understand why heat and JIM as the water nears the ;
: "11 (' Julius somebody told me that ** .".: "It has justly won its laurels. Soups ;
effect of feed! fiKids are so indigestible if we lioilliig: taint emote quickly and takeout ,
,, ,; .inmeuts on the : our new cook was perfectly awful
(In ('rvwIIEnIIOI:; cponlialth take the trouble to study the physiology the pork. If the water really lioiK about listening: at the keybole.Chlcage d Fish, Game, Hot and Cold Meats, etc., are i

with the P.i>ers as ana of digeMlon. says: the Philadelphia: the neat liwvtnes t.mlI.ow; dip Ilecord. given a most delicious flavor by usingLea :
Medical Journal. The roteids.! whichare each slice in flour and replace them in .

te Leu.'Jits accruing! ; from I the chiff nutritive cun/tituents of the pan from which the water has been I
carload of will
.r fl.')!:!. simple: Lablts! and out- emptied and fry them to a delicate A oranges average I '
meat: oyster fish and egg>, in order S10: boxes and the boxes contain about & Perrins'SAUCE ;
brown. Transfer tllI'l1to heated tt "
to be digested nhslmilattd must be a 170 oranges each. .\ carload of lemons :
ji'itiitioa:: of the l'.iK'r.'* says TLe acted upon by the gastric. or pancreatic platter and kt*>p warm. Pour off most: will average 2fcS boxes, with SCO lem-

land: that he rauiint sit the the layer of fat which has ctivoivd and : in the pan. Into this hot fat f'y; .

t .if ins nearest ncightmr.; Then permeitMl the nmrvtl in frying must sift one heaping tea"po.nful of flour. Science has found that rheuma- ,
atioiis are all outdoor occupa- be remove!. This Is accomplished by Stir mull; smooth!, then add one cupfulof ti-in is caused by uric acid in the l I F Tins sigmturc is on every bottle ., .

IUmut rite enormous disto the in'oi-ess of ('IIII"iteuti.I."lIie 1 milk. Seas
to church to du his shoj- means the ex'ndiure cf a large: once and! jHiiir over the pork The genuine cieted by tilt' kldnft) ''. No rlirutna- THE ORIGINAL WORCESTERSHIRE c6.tP .

Cti 1':1 a lIll'oIkllllIlln 0to pay amount of digestive energy.The ; ('olItry'a)' of making this dish tint with healthy kidneys. FOLKY'SKIDNEY '" .i
make them JOU.S M'SCA.N'S JOSS, Sew Terk.
C1'1u: alwII" lorBlW.UU IXITA.TIOXS. Agent
For his food supply he dt'bllme butter applied to broiled meatsIs was to ace cream in place! of the milk .
well.V.. A, D'Alemberte.SehrebDiek's..
'. aunt: ujMin hunting. I fir: less l..rnkl.Ifor not only I Is and the icMilt was just so much better. -

-. lu hate health giving emuKitied of the Raked jpjtatoes should be served with .
)U we a butter the uio'.t easily! '
"m. I.' tony nutiilng of the inci.i't fats but It is nut snaked In by the it. '. ,

.. ';tat this enables him to lx'- gradual beating, as is the case with 'f
i ..eeileiit maiksman. There Is most dried{ foOl!_>;. The condition of the I Tln sash Window window) Draperies illustrated I Is quite LOUSVILLEI AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD. "!;

( '"iM>taut fart that he is ('xi fried starchy foal.". like, potatoes. Is ordinary as regards build, but Is decorated : KKKECT JANTAUY 27. IKK :. '.{:' '

i, I 'rm the healthearing: trials very similar for in order that the in a 1'oIII11.'wilat novel manlier At J<, ..

f wealth and of xiverty, neither starch may bo : : Into assimilable the top is the fashionable blind of HATS SHOES VALISES.I I 12:45 No.noon f. I taip NO. !mX Leave Pensacola .....Arrive 4:15 1. 6uia>o. I.m .' .:-.

i .: ,IllY luxurious living: nor stan'I rape sugar: It must be acted upon by cream linen and net applique and behind rl5pm Uf.IIIRht I Arrive ....KinmatoiiArriv* ::15pat ::r5amu
unlit of the necessaries of exlstt 4:12 pm : I the amjlopsln of the pancreatic Juice.What this Is a pair of ecru lace or Madras *<::*< pro 7:1 Haru | Arilve...New Orleans...Arme 755am I 7:4.ipm ". .
I fl m OF CHOICE CH01K6. 1 1Men's
can 1 loe done to lessen the fried muslin long curtains frilled at the ein p m 11:11I11 m 1 Arrive.. Montgomery..ArrHe llMl am V.W pm'. '.
' what In the long;: run often food nuisance'! I'erhaps nothing so longs ; ta5tlam 7:10ptn I Arrive NatiUHe! .. Arrive ::?18 in : \1:00 ani' ':' "
12:25 noon *::<0a mT Arrive. LOuu\.IIII.Arrl\'t :12pm !;f05 a in :
more fatal still Is the present conditions exist: ; so long as! VA \ \ 1 I Furnishings. .:ufj p m : la m Arrive rinrinnall Leave C:.:i p m J It :11 pm : ... .';'f.
ales "'I the nervous system :tH'rl-1 the highest Ideal of the people I U to accumulate
t' nit of leisure the want of fret dollars rather than to devilopaud f"I Fir .
in 811'111"lul'lt'tl; by our bolieshieh y t.rHa\'in removed to the! Corner .. .
o'r-I preserve healthy t 4 N137 11e21)i) v )!171c of Palafox and IntPiidencia I ." o. _I. 0 3. .".'0, .... No. '. .. '
'h'1i7H1tioll! uinl the shall l>o the servants of healthy minI 11 : nllht' 7loam 'hh''h. .. P"nhRl'ollO IL wlpm spm" '
r -truggle; for I'Xh tome. Tile Ilo >r 'I Yet if those who teach physiology in streets we have some Rare Bargains 1:5l.nlgbt 7:: lanl .. Milton In'IIPnl 5:5Jpm .' < : .
in Every Line, that we are anxious 4.lam to-ti ain bel''umakprings 1I:1lpll1 :1.0\1111 '. .
'. ii torn and harassed 1 the .
; by and other schools understood .
our public +
to depose of quick at Removal wat.nm loa C am Ihlplry e15pm Ir:57pm '
hope of wealth or the ron-I their subject and Its practical applications 711 a hi 1t:1; a III 51nrianlla 1IllIplll 12e5: 110(10s:15ant
J I 60p/17 III'- non Itl\.r Junction 5lpm; 1Ouam .
.1 (.f bankruptcy, of as they should If there were Prices.H. ... I:1:1 p III 'lal1l1hao,1. asa: pili.. .... .
-'arvation. lie feels quite more houls in which wholesome, eco- HAMMERMAN 7aptn Jncks"uvllle t:2u5m ';

1 .' morrow's e\i.: teuce. His i I nomleal cooking; were taught as It : .' i" 'J'I

i ouTiMipulated but under- should be, \: physicians took: every opportunity J MAXAGEIt.CllliAV I
af 1'0'
to Impress such facts of practical j t. ; 'I
sor.1 "

uf nothing our overcrowding either! of !our and should hygienic there; can Importance Iw no doubt as that they by -'""- Nu'rlC- ii I :: I: ::-T't .

>u1uuious! and degradingel ; some sensible and \\,(-.lIlnurU1eIIl''llletbe =c EITJlJoItlhl'c8pI8in.own"rsnor eOD'iI l neea of the Nor FS K Ur ck 1 am 1 Rose t : !

1 of misery that :-com- ;: fried abominations would be avoided. LLI' d' itatma will lie responsible for BOTTLE .: .. i.
>.t to ,wiiauie our v.e.ilih.: It II. """ .. debts contracted liy the crew BEERS. '!

U, |Hi>..ilile t:) fi'i.l a ''' ", ,"': r..I .::' -- .'-r of said vekstl.' J. MARTENFSFN.Hivft's A. FHIED3IAX, .'f.
1110-1 ....:.::r_ -' :.. ...
1 y"'I'> among:: the I.'n-r;. rorOterKitlj Years. \; r .J L .,d. ImnwoJy: Co.. Cuptain.MAIN "> .

I'T.. are fn- frI,m those i I Ii i \IKH. WlssUlW'H SOOT HI Ml 8YKCP: hah 7::: T-:: -" l'01l"1 1J"1' rlliil! Piopnetor.Ai.KXl I!, "" .r.'

that so !lirgely; ontiili- :I. teen II..PlI for over fifty years by millions ol u_ ____ _____ _u '
.. ti;,.' hcnltli; of the pq1\ II'1 .mmtnrtor ib tirfcct Ih..lrchltdr"n hUeCI'!>'. It sooth Whlh.I..thlnR't!lie cl't .l'nTlms silos) and 111':1 pl"1 back with riMx! ) MINTrr'lj Fun > I
; s '., _" .it c 'luUII'l'd:11 centers.i I the gumsallaysntl r.aln.rnrt'<. In IrulRMinl ; ,u
sa lii-s I'II.m II. lain the liucr half
!h the best remedy for lni< rh a. NFUIi
! i r.ui rare taller stronger It at1! l Iieve tbe |; t .i ... .. 1"'w'rlIll'lIyhIUI' than : Fold by l'rujl! elstt 1-1 every '
( !
would arched frame. rrforatcd 1 in a i ifancj AND < : :
I part of the world. Twenty-dvre..nt- u bettie. BEST TONICVliy : ;
diver Prank Piiv.ifp !
Htock. I -nKnur -
1 It
is j < :
4t'te a common Menu re an') ask for "Mj> h'"ilI.: Thitivatini'iit ii i i-- a ,
i ltal)1II Ma-li y\ I'iiif- '
,1 a IJotT ,, change Iron the t>rilluniy window dra I I' I 1I'lllllall', OM-rutt-d! (Old: J'rii.ifk. i' ? -
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\ reel ill and irritable .
t i '>e I'r who has taken to < w. n
: M'.1 I acquired t. !\K-es I| I'or l-ly Tinii-. 'perr and forks 1'l1II'lhllll.r irottvagainst tciflenf: :\:Mouut.un: llt T.,m will .(t.S 1:.' Years Old ; Old ..rtink .
mayi a cream painted elver
i i' other i>"" pie! but this I ;\1(,,-r". J. 1-;. Ross & Co., No. 1 II 1 X. 1 gl'e'e you well aid -tiniami; Kentucky's :
liou:" c. .ri'ul ..I I I'm ity, and Lotof Other .,:
'j 1'alaf .xtreet': have perfected ar- !>rui>t .nd 1'1.! : ; '
: '!Mient urcurrcnco. Even for the inanuf.ictiire of M..nrt.iin lint cure> iiuiifi, ..;:i"l1 IranlWlio! -li -jacei ill rot p* r- .
UIn towns often pre- raiigenients l'ramcn 1'or i'hnto;: rnrbs. n II. : tn 1I1t'1I\.i"U. '
the i IK-I window Fcreu ever: placed .IIId! Urivta'vay ti! t titling{ I 1111, t. e
1 r ilvn nest simple moth- The! newest frames: for |>liot i;..; 1j1I'| -,,- f. "
I upon tliU tn.trkct. They claim for :rn(ir in -nimiifr.Ir ;7 'I' I. i tgrltlud fcctSelectrditock .
.." : it the* f, I lowing; desirable: feitire, > : are \\iie! Kucn: wlt'i: : a narnv border tiinea liP the entire !.v-tnin andgiv ''( of puttee. \Vhi-ky and \Vine I .
---- ..f cil \silver: or perhaps; 1'111tOI'lil'r" for r ... _', ..
It eon be tlln! ,','. d l ard! .toriaway ': one a vi,:oron> appetite.It I'iptlly 1'
::00-. ear llrrliii. ,. '.1 tli-: i a'U.l. Tile linen eul.sthreadyi ) b.ini'lK-s nausea and wal's: lift j
-1 tIl.l cud! .f time iy! se ;,..iki i i.. t .!1Ip.l of : ; the u-e of tualthe\ ; blind: st:'nii4il| tu I* Millil-ndiTeil in \\h1te "I'i i'ilu'fti worth iivitif.Mountain TRY n t J ;l TraCg H Onr> !ilI1)! ) f rci lty. ,. ,:.: J, ;

.1''0111111';.. sugar, gait :aid: -n-Is: of the w ui.iovv (':111 l h"f'a.ih' <" (HS. It is htit' I ia.-iiie! tin Mint Tonic has mi: ltsi k rE1Sfs \ 'I"f the rimiiuI'Sb't Mll- .

<. -"-1<1. gallic aci: >1 l. litui <' I ha rIled from the iu-ide without 111- iraa.i just as a mat \\mil.j lit and car I many Pen" ,coli.tnvll andtn.i.,-. A CASE ,' .. lui. rue lu K\ery furl 't, :; .
i I. w. 5 The American ., torferenm or trouble from the screen ; !.. n-t.ii\pd: amid I leansinl 1 when suited ilin! : it !1m become a !li'th' hull! ii"V.'nh ci I .1f -I eke. ''. ;" '
: it i-s simple ia con.-tiuciion. :11Ithf'\ CI'-! I c:-, T- '' IHIM17':.. ;: ;
M .1" iiore. the Gert ri.iml te.I'D3 an Ills(-t popul'ir. f .t
pricrt j is 'o low as to be within then InnltajlIiut ii HIP l'ou-; '! I I'I!: 01 \ H.\ -t.-t, ,
it t the apple! conijv ,I' i tl.-iUL'U! Lars may be used when a s./l :
ich of all. Call\ and cxaiu'ii'Mf. iilne1i5 rare. 'J':
". nC [i'iokpnir.T.It dii-r' picture is to bo framed or univir. It fail*. It j i- ;\ltl1rf" 4tEW
I sad :ftI"r: older f Irifly: nhlubertrout never .
: : ,T VCgt'labl"" out to ''iiA. hUl1dre hlt.iiiililfins: : usid Cur a college man'J I ahl ..ta"i-t.uU :and\ it does it- \\ II'J; : '
:Mlnilrit-ly! adapted i picture.S tlmous'jly! \ull.Try f :' 1..rni i: '" 501? r, n : .

-M-utial nervous mat- iI I C S I1 0 Tl Z A.1t8 inietiao: ('> n narrow white cnamtk'border -]I it :IIII l be c--t.vm.-, !I. .1\ .\1. lt..: .... V h:.'1. .ij.n..j. rtM' G f t ... ",<,.'
::ad the spaial: ctirJ..r I t.nrJ lh A Iri Vn 1 ten: Al\ays': EihT K used instead of the silver oif.It. Firilf! at Ih 15'-. ""UJI".J1 Ii 4. ,"'t/1

it e name reason, rudeihut ; : It uI! depends! upon whether yovvant 1 I ":,0 .

oil Scanditinviaii I / \ thc itTect to be dainty: or wiy. REVERT! DAY : .! .

i < -.'ut the apple as the I'retty colonial fnaiies for old frill n rlq u1k

! !. who wh :they ft It At C. 1'. 1'boup..itin, loin! t' rtr.its may be made! b.em. .

! ., growing fee; -bla: and) ( 'rine's I.ailip*' Note i'aper. and tiii'4 an 0:11lr round opeiiinia: 1',1 : .

r 1 '. this fruit, renewing; Knv>.lope* to orate!! ('-. or the lesireil! 1 size i and cov" rn': HALL &KLEIN'SWiammoth jl:

1 ; mlad and Uxly.tin Cambridge Linen and Envelopes.flnrirs !It ultli thin; of iMitiiiut1{ Silk: *.r 'nuau'

Hjiple are of singular rarehmnt. modem mrderial. The effect: na\ l t"

-e-leiitary !:ahits. Whl', ,.e Invitation Pai'er and Envelope?. heightened by nd.lin! lo"cr's1I..t.-.

:'.'I, 111 :tell-.n.! those! ail Liui II Ta'let! .. reaths!;; ur similar: decorative designin ; Detail '
Fro-ti d Velum and Envelopes.Eii2li f Grocery { i
; lire fri'ul the liodywhloli. I bras.These can be ;!at at an uphoKtuvr's.
Note ratio Wove Ti..ul'I1enl1i..lm's
...t. If retainedie ; ;; ludiildnnl! taste will die. I
I'aper t'repe. Etc.. with i _
hraln heavy anal dull a ;Central; a-iirtment of stationery.C. tati' their :arranwnieM, although ii]I 502.504 SOUTH PALAFOX STTolojaliono -, 't

: .Mi'tnlkv (ir skin! erup- V. Tno>irox. general It may be said that they loot .}
OJ3O. ::.. :
r skirl troubles. Some No. :W South Talafox Street. best above the center of the frame oi I ;;

.e uiu.t have le.l l to the! I the U'ii'r; ; side. :
'!'i.j apple; 1':111'with ($'P.trolls, New and Old. :are Cordially Invited to Vi-it and Inspect '

.h ;.:liar un-l I ntliiT like I CASTOR I is nutreeatarihi in thi- sic. their lninifj-p !Stock. j jo' ,
11v :I!
",iilif a 'U of rijie: apples.kcd. jilt ot the countiy than all other1dl ,: -:- : :
,! will! tieutraluen Fir Infants and Children. -..:i.e< put together acid Until th( Acme Beer.
lat few years wa "UPpI.I d to be in

'. ; 1\I:1It.'r ('lI'nh'r- The Kind You Have Always BoughtBears .'UI ahe.! }'..r si great many year ? nnijUn InBn ;
y er-eh rues!. doctors Pronounced\ it a local di-. :
-- tatStlrnatare ; A // eace. and hre.cribed local mii die /K 1 J '/,_ : '.lm r ,;I1
'" \.1\ 'I" rt 11..1' wll" hacd and by con-tantly ailiiisr to cure bj P EA: co LA. L )
, r
.. t til: i.l.i r tron.I.-<. I U of local treatment. pronounced it in. -: -IOKl :

: ,. -ic ir.eilicir"' like ('urahle."i"111'P ha< proven ca. Dannheisser Bros. ,4f" < i .Ij.t; .
; hIi" II'nu:. It nlways - tauh to be a cou.-titutional dken-c: l ( I I II

.e I t I ii' I:1's.V.. A. D'Al- Add to the beaut// of your and therefor" rHriuincons'itutioiiatreatment. j 1 AGENTS. I ,,, ,, -o: **-l; 25 Cents .,; ;

home by buying a few : HaU'itarrh:! due : '

M ir i\THixj.: of those handsome, neatly Toledo manufactured, Ohio,: by j i- the F'.J.'heueytll'o.only contitutional ': A'so' Sold by M. Perry ail TE Yates. GEO. A. PEI'ERSONAT- 4. f

I."iiv t niencH of tlio..> who the market. It !,.
atMarston cure on -- l1t
framed pictures beater In NickApostle's Restaurant. 'J ;
''k- :\ trip to the! ( ulf Beach: taken internally in does\ from 1 It\)

: 1'rivateer, ih company jFinch's-- diop to a teapoonful. It acts di.: The Jug Trade Bieyeles and: Bicycle Sandr4C 1- -- k.*;
rtetloil the blood! and mucous surfaces -hort Orders ''t' i
Promptly Herved "
larhtlrPanlandCity. will Medical Society Attention. of the-ys-teia. They offer oni: Is Our Specialty.z=$ Agent for Kambler.Cleveland: and Recycle I of tay or Night. allJUouri; I .

i' if"\ wharf every Sunday There will be a regular meeting of. hundred dollars for any ease it fail, pairiDi Hurycles.of MX bicyclec: Year ,<-ip I'nili-rl 'uce: In It"-I', I .. -I.iii JI!
r i.I 1 a. in. and 3 p. in. ; fare for the Fensacrla Medical Society at to cure. Send for circulars and testimonial Prompt Delivery and Satisfaction Tyi" "'nter.,
S 'i'; "i; cent-. Yon can stay the Board cf Health office at 8 =. Address! Guaranteed. many lock Etc.i i ,

J "turn :at any time. o clock: p. m. Tuealay. Jun "l2 and K. J.CHEXEY&CO., 12 West Romana Street.! Nick Apostle. } It.
Toledo Ohio.
Ia ter.OABTOnA. 2P.Visiting physicians: are cordially Sold by drur: ;;:its. "5c. Danuheisser Bros., I .

...,t,. 1st Ltd Yen .. invited: to D.attend.W. 3IcMiLLAX. M. D., ;, Hall's Family Pill are the bet. 401 South Palafox St., ; TRY TAE NEWS' WANT C L.! J
Ei' : n Ham Atop pcupu"" F. ERCCE M. D., President.E. Cleaning one of our ladies specialties.skirts and Star Latin!s Phone No. 116. P. 0. Box 281. .:

Secretary. 25mt dry. Railroad Exchange Phone 268. ,- -

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CONFEDERATE'ETEUUS.. Housed le4 Unnty.WABHISOTOS I II The Appetite of a Goat. ..., .. -
I MARIT1E. ,:- -5- 'V Vv 'V --V' ;r---. ,-_ __
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I May 36.-Jay G. Hoi-,
' PrntacoU Delegates off f'r Lollin-me. I Is envied by all poor dyspeptics
land who if under indictment for ctim- whose Stomach and Liver are out of

Col. Fred L. Robertson of Brook final libel, baa plead guilty to the charge i I ARB1VSD AT OCABAKTINK. order. All such should know that

Tille, adjutant general of the Florida before Judge Clabaugh. Holland was It bk Gastano Cataboua., Fiiarl Genoa Dr. King's New Life Pills, the wonderful !) COHEN
division U. C. V., arrived here1 indicted for causing to be published a Hr scb Prince Frederick. M, Scott, Cay Stomach and Liver Remedy i iI

last night and became the guest of statement made by him to a newspaper man Brae to orderBr gives a splendid appetite sound digestion I I I
charging that Senator James : IB Comeoo. .W4. RandallClenfuegos to i and a regular bodily habit '
Col. W. L. Wittich until 12:4 today reporter CUrl, Duowody A Co that insures perfect health and great
P. Taliaferro of Florida was connected
' when he joined the Petisacola with a scheme to rob the government ABK1VKD. energy. Only 25 cents at any Drug j I FRIEDMAN "

delegation and departed for the re- out of 315,000 pounds of bacon. Nor *t Ivydene;\l7. Hmalles Huelva via Store. I
Funcbal 10 Gulf Transit ('oNor
union at Louisville. Killed \Vbltecaps.. M Telefon IM8 Cbrlsteanen.Cardiff: to Large consignment elegant cane!
This delegation was provided with Baar, Dunwody o I. rockers, latest art designs, at O. M. j & CO.f"
two through sleepers, which they SEARCY, Ark., May 20.-S. A. Jenkins It bk l't'nlacolaJf'oi., Simmonelti Genoato Pryor's Bargain Furniture House.Jlos. I ; .

handsomely decorated with btreim- a negro schoolteacher, was shot Nor konatco bit ltesideria.70 Brot &. Andersen runchal -- II I
ers banners etc. and instantly killed by whitecaps near to order I
Among those who went from here r.r bCentennal,75.McLaughlen.Ueorge.
were Col. \V. L Wittich Maj. J. W. West Point. Jenkins and another no- town to 1:11:1 L Co Q U/atsor? 9 ,0., ; RACKET\ STORE I

jo'ratfr.l\fe8Sri!. W. H. Murphy, Cha. gro were suspected of robbing a store. I

R. Johti
W. H. Hutchiu-on. T. H waylaid'>y whitecap Jenkins took Span ss Samanderlno: Kgurrola, Liverpool REAL ESTATE, I --

McCulUgh, Robert Simp-on. Dixon fright and startx! to run, when one .of Am 89 Pensacola. Kimmona, Punta Gorda Rental and : ,'
H. Reed, Win. K. Hyer, Dr. Geo. the mob bred, killing him. It bit Madonna tie 1'umplo. Kigarl, Mar We
I are Offering This, Week
.. Miss t
Urosnaham Frank S urez, .
1 o Erect Coke Ot'f ns.KXOXVILLE AGENTS ,
Charlie Jones maid of honor of theFlorida ,

7 di vision Miss Hyer, Mr. and May :2! ).-Major Ever- CLEAKED.: 'I
Rns tilt Chieftlan.VS. >es8llne by RUM Corner Garden and Palafox Mreets. IMMENSE
e Mrs. John O. Wood Mr. and Mrs. hart Brier of Umontown, Pa., has secured Holin.on.for .:u port. with II"'J.''<\(b n sawn I ; BARGAINS

4 Chas. H. Turner Iii Krosuaham the contract to erect several hundred lumber valued at 111.\\):); PENSACOLA FLA. i
i A in us p"lIsaeollllu&II. Simmons, by waster i C
; Mr*. Oeo. Ree.e, )its LiMa Reee,
{ coke ovens for the LaFolett com- fur Punta lords We furnish 3 ou b"loa brief ll-t of detirable ': --XN -
Mr*. K. J. Whltmire, Mi*,< Whit. It bk Armenia, luC, Scott,by Baar. Dun- [
at LaFolttte, Teuu. He will be in dn elllnsjs, 'II hich i* subject to we<
pany adds ft hewn 1
mire. Mi- Tippin Miss Oreen. Yan- wudydCo.lar >H|):en vuiii k-I
.i Iovelace'Arthur Brown Luciu* Knoxville next week to arrange for be- timber uUmv a fr sawn tinib .r, ;Jis.7sftdeaU ly change only: Shirt e
cv ginning work at once. valued at St'ti No. 111. West Cervantes street 7 rooms, f' W
W itticli Russ Smith: Al Rettingtr. Brsabcnwt'e1L1a7Y.Marlene. by Gulf 2--1 ory. ..';;.IIII. I 1e&
f etc. --- Transit lo, for del oa with :S574 tons phosphate :00.111. North !spring street', ; rooms 2I I r aJs
-. .- ---_ Regular tnf'etingof rock :as bbls lurpenime.alutd at story, *:!2iin. t

Me Fooled lie Surltrunii, I Co>ur d.. Lion C"mmandery. $alo2 liiou.No W, \V e-t Cba.e street.7 rooms,1-story, I I e V 9 :" s

No. I, Kni/ht; ,
No. lit: North Reus street, lo rooms. ei I Ihtor ;5
All doctors told R"nick Hamilton Templar, at S oVIock THE SlUIJP H. '.*.!1.11I1. I I [

of West Jetlersou.., after tiering: ] Monday nizht. ViitJujj No.. ;!II. West WilgUt street 7 rooms i:: '
II *.').'.'. I DRESS GOODS
18 months from Rectal Fistula, he brothers frntPiHillyinvitea. Vh.83ELK IN POUT I
No. 314 south Alcaniz street 7 rooms, 1 ,
would die unle-s a costly operation J. R. KELLER ATRA MRR IrS story$) ts J.No. I

va+ performed ; but IIP cured himself G. 11. P. BrElderslie, MilMargu'sttoGulf Transit 4'"is. Vest Wright street II room, l )
g with five boxes of liurkleu's Co stllry,$1'.1.1.| I 4S->+<.. --
Kr Hannah M Bell 1U1: Itarnard. to Gulf "0.5J3 East Gregory street 7 rooms, 1 1.g.
Arnica Salve, the surest Pile cure on Transit Co btory.lloivi.N'o. 'I
,' Earth, and the best Halve in the SpECl4L flOTlCES lr Ki'riemoor. tl'*-. Laacelles, to W S: ::-J. West Government street, 5 rooms p 1J1ts 110llosier9
1 World. 28 cents a box. Sold by W. KO'nO'r0 1 story *(ni". I! $
r:r l.mptleli. lt',. Philips, to nears Dun- No. 117. estOo\.rnmt.',5rooms'l ,
A. D'Alemberte, Druggist.: .,
--_ IA nor T 10 I 1 tof$1. j I
-- Nor hulh J..E'! Hillieseii to Baars. Dun No. 411 Ea: -Cio\ernrneut street t rooms. I :?
a"dj .\: Co 1 story, III 00. I
(..onw.l'OLITlJS.. Oft Ctftf 4 WOf\D.\ Nor HBumH.1., Martensen to Bears No.S17. East Government street 5 room, I :>
IitinwmU A i oI'.r 1 story. $!*.Si..
An interesting: case has;; grown out Miiiilrield. l.'U Cause to llytr Bros: N'o.4, West Itelmont street 7 rooms 2story. I ;> Our Line of Ladies' Skirts

of tli" Hill-borough county political 1,0-T. Br biaw tell 117S, Marteusen eld for J12&INo I ,
-- ----- U..1I0" : North eVilliers street 5 rooms,I I* unequalled in Styles, Workmanship muddla. Those candidaterforcoulrty tan Vilna 1Lunrrlljtp., to Gult tory.$lviwNo .
'S'f-\ screw stiiii with chip diamond Price--.
ofllces who withdrew from the I.( n'*'. Liberal reaarj ItMirai Prl..r Transit Co llt.--t.! East t.ndaden strett, new
race have employed coutiseland will 1IIIrk" :-iii-tf CHIPS.Gar dwellinl(8. room 1 story, 7.3o.
No. .*'ttW'est LaKua 4 1Btory f. Our Stock in ShoesI
street rooms t
14S1 toorJerBAKKh
+ ask an injunction to prevent the executive August Jaburg. *'<.in. .

committee from holding the 1N1a: rrtMUK I NI). :No. ;ii. Fast: Intendencia street 4 rooms I- that be ,
1 .o youill tf
ordered ,.. .. It Alberto ;I'"). roiarano.; to Uosan'oBros 1 story,$s mi i great mere
primary as now contendingthat -- --- -- -- -- .
,) plea"ed in Selections and Prices in Ltl
: our i:
II Armouia |Ios.i'colt.cldforNaples i
And A number of smaller dwellings! In all
it is not in accordance with the \ TO LOW I'FHSO\\L
.. ItAlt'eil", '7.i MsgnaldltoCTorre parts of the city which will be bliowu you moth Shoe Department.:
rty. Apply to A. A n.b"r, t ihftBuilding
primary law. The idea is to establish i Palafux.trtrt. JrttfL0v Nor Bolivia ss-t: Ha kanst'n. to W SKejser by culling at the oIUc.
by the court if the candidates Co
Kiis Chieftain, >>v), Nesslmg chi for Millinery.
#; voted for at the coming primary can \T LOWEST KVTLb O" 1:>0. Euspnrtttwed

be determined the nominees of the e\.' \LWAY HE on.| Gripin,1115, I.berg to \V 8 Keer NOTICE ( The Latet Styles at the Lowest Prices. 1 .
democratic Tim will leave A CoIt on June I-t next we will present to the
part : h} r\UlM ON M'IIL.IAM .. ? Oreate-t Selection of Ladies Sailor) Hat-.
Monte A. 7*'<, VorHonne. to order Judge of Probate our annual -tatemejt. ,
the! matter with a f tvorable decision I t :iItJR..III.: SOUTH l'AL..U-OX aretlta Jobuns .
Swed.lariatar 714 ln. will vouchers of the businessol the estate
to that: the l'andhtltfos who are +rREEr.P to Pl'nslU'ollLUlIh r ('0 of Harbura E. Elevens depeuedW f Clothing and Gents'

ttl interested in the procPrdingscanrun tier Pioneer llil Alherte. to orderIt K. AMiEK-iON,
+ and declare themp\es| democratand YOU WANT in. BOKKO t'JJ'YIn"l' Prospero.4V.. Mention, to C lorrw J.\S. M. B ILLIARI',
>t II1nn..y.ln ur. jour property pro- Furnishings.
It Ittlt'h..le 1'.11'1. T.s. to Kosasoo Bros alrtoaw-td Executors
Jeuy that they are independent I ureBb-tract nf litbuy! : or 8..ll r..a' t. Am Ajax. 77V, hc.t-r, to K Saunders
late,rent prop ty of any d>,criptl n, hire
i *. rentecollreted or jour ta\,,- att..ncl-d to. .t Co WILL BE RE- j A New Line of Shirts and Half Ho-e '1:
Nor Valuta **!, N iehen, to order
. Democratic conventions in all the s-.II Oil or ad.Ire-. ThnV: -,t.oa Co. PROPOsALS Prices which will astound you. I
Bureau of
i counties have now been held. Thoe Real Estate and Insurancag..nts.. rVnsB- 11' Ri.E. Suppliesand
Instructed for gubernatorial candidates cola. Fla. 'bane* moderHl 1'.) everyone Am Ludnig 7W. Jourdon to E E t!ann- Account Navy Department
I a ho buys a lit from us a'* will lend money den A 10m Washington D. .until 12 o'clock Mattings, Carpets,
are as follow : I'with which to build a liouv tillfi al'RdONERa.
noon, May :2:1.( I'.iiO. and publicly
'J For Mays: Escambii 11 ; Jetler- ---- -- -- -- \ nianch :!7 (Ya Rlln",.to orderAml'aiy thereafter Window Shades.

son, 11 ; Taylor, 2; total 2-;. i.'OIt 1tIN'l':: CriKkett, "l. Merrill cl 1 forKlog opened iinmedmely to I II
-ton furnish at the Navy Ydrd, PPIISI- I
w For Jennine+: Citrus.2; Hfrnan- Aui; Mia: A Kales.. JJJ.! K"" on. to master cola, Fla., the daily supply of flesh I JUt! Received another Carload of. [I\ttlll--:
do, 2; Lafayette 3; Manntt-e. :3; ft. OM" TOKENTin .*tI'OU l1t..u14..11Io Am Hell Winter t:>5, Somerville, toI beef fresh fresh r 'omp and get your Selectionthey i--: f fI
Johns 7; :l1wallnep*, h; total :!5. I It ",reel. "pnl\ to I'. Palmer t.'ntwkt I I Jno AMerntt S CoNor I vegetables, bread Beautiful Patterns at Low Price :
and for the fl cal {
For B IIr04' Brevaru.o Dale, 4 Kindbai. : u. \\alle to ord..rAlii provender year
; ; :;> '|'-rim Arrm Ue n( uepul, Scotia."JI7, Davies to Jno A MerrtttA ending June 3''), 1'JtJl.! Blank proposals -
Orange.! III; O-c '>la. 3; tout I 'J2.!: I i rooms ", ell suited for hoarilin It hou... CoUP )
i b For Myers: Fraukli- ,2; L"onU ; Apply at Ice Factory. W. f. uarfleld2on ) will bo furnished upon application '

I"'" total IB. i -tf CLEARED AND SAILED FOR PEN. to the Navy Yard, Pensacola, r See Our now Winnows and be Convincen, 1
I Fla. A. H. KENNY, PnymnttrrIran
r % For Milton : Calhoun 2; Jack- l :UrtMoHrli" : Kumli-ti 417 SALOLA.8TIAM8HIF8. 1
: ( 'aL'. S,X.5 1-u".
t foii.'J; tot tl 11. l" North Math Aveuumnti : I '

:. l t'nintrupt..dlachn.i., 14 ; Bi :v1i RNr-NrwdYr r...,... rItaae. one Areo Br. 1970. Nicholas, sid fable Lay 2lm-oaw2w ? YOURS:; AXHWrTO; I'LE.\OE.: I

mt ker. 2; llridford, 6: Clay, 4 : I 1/ black from car tin-. fii-mi MnlneaMUHre AldersggteSrCr.7Nlchol.en Mav o ar at Hot- f I
, Columbia, 0 ; De::oto. <>: Du- New i'i'\ \putt II LawrenceHow..nperahnnr tertlauiApri.: IsAMraeA PROPOSALS: WILL HE KEJL -
: huild"'<(. tmlwI.'OU Itr table CEiVED at the I'.urpau of Cohen Friedman & CD'S \
vat 22: ; Gad! 'deu, 7; million. > -. illo. Braikenburg ar supplies "
4 HilNbon.riv'h. Holtnos REV1'-I'hrenhnlr .. HaMcli 1. and Account., Navy Depart } ;
; 20< ; 3; -o.u ( .11. UII.hi" Beriiicia.Kr.i'17.llaniburs April H>

? Lak" ji; Lp"i; levy, 4i; Lihiri>'.I 1 ; ttelmont strcft.for light huuerrpirg. i.nwtrI.X \\.t Ihattield Br, 1i''I. Hill at Harry April II ment. Washington I). C., until 12: RACKET STORE- i

1':1. :Madison 7; Marin 'J; ;\Monroe ; ------- -. -._ lityof Gloucester Kr, 157U, :Melburn ar- o'clock noon. May 2), HJoo, and publicly ,

11 a""all.I ; l\icu. 4 : Si J'u- ron.Ll:. rlvil Bremen, Br Ma, )1'4V' tbAeiliiguum New love, London opened iminr-diatelv thereafter, i :i Mail order Attended to Promptly: 1

I ,) ..m, b; _.ta Uosi, .">; _nm'... 4 ; ...__.h..... _h __ May .1 to furnish at the Navy Yard, PC"n a-1
Voluii Bukaropan.. I$'t, Lurnnagn. Liverpool! cols, Fla, a quantity of machine i
8 Wakulla Walton ;
AI11 ; : ; >H SALE: CII K Vl'-l hands".111* oak IJ
I Washington, 3; total !'!. 1 r..ont *u',e, I b-.| iiri"" I Imndnmetnili \prila 10.515. Blank 1'fnp'lI" will be furn- !
; Kalis of In '''rsnairt. Br, Ii:'!. Hull March 1 ishninc'cu.'pan. .
r There will bf 29 delextite tl 't sat. J llrtb'Mrl. I 1llIhl':1 ,mi hoarCa i i-lied upon application to the Navy
: c : )itea in :e ,,, .. 17'iS Arribl arrived Hn\- I'I
comenti alld under the tWIlS \ .twud.ahndeand ails \I.."'s i Yark, Peimcol; Fla or to the Inire.m -
poles. 11I'lllr..111 l.'l .N. ISareilouaireei.
uiei it orven Br. 1-Ut, Polls, Me Vincent. C ,.
t A. S KENNY //J"I
; third* rule it will: squire l* .J nUTI'atc. V. Mat IIHuiMerrteld.. I 11;? rid. C. S. S. B-H1 "u.iii'IOaw'w The News Want Column.
,, Mr, I.1.: !, Rot Inson,Un'at Vnrmiiuib Try
F'lll SM.K-'Irii gad uulcU: fu" iiou'e .
; q Mafelelon. \ n :
iilll g"ids etc. on amount if '
N-r '';s. Chrl'ters"n. Karr May It'knioorltr.atHouth l I
'. .. >
For drivinrnut: dull bilious feeling ..nnl'iry. Apply to Wr- I-la Kronitieri. Nhlrldtepnl l.I l.XenritiiHir. I
1i w'rat Intt-niitnuU trtft. 1:111'IHI.t'.
d tiengtl.ening the appetite and rfr. !fl.V! Anew, henna April IJ
()r dairy men. :!:m2w
/auzibaaBrLi19Robmsouar.; : i ;
: ;
t:' increaing thA the Rotterdam
/ rapicuyof body ------------- is I IHIII'
for work, Pllle"I.c'H! BITTERS is L' )' "'ALE-A nice.Ue i-l"levn dullars-tixteeii ta,u ThusMcMillan. .
a golden rtmeclfold- bv Hannah llnitf1."iJrt Fury Jice. I':'. 1'T'i. at Kwaise' April I
'I Bf().. I."di Lii.nlie. Ku5, I. ;".slJ Table Bay April '
1'1.-\ I.K-'I he Riser re-idence un Ka-l 23 I i u IIOCAINa 'BlbEI
t<,dxn street. Appl to It. ( L. RKII. 1st
Hannah P.ros. are agents for De- l' nlOlI. Aient alf I
Wees' Couirh Cure, Iiarrhu Rein Amerika Nor ;xl. sit Hamburg May I I
NOK h\AL.b-lli" nn..l unairauie lou III Ad.. 11'd.011.11 ruble Bay Feb I- I|
: edy and Witch Ila7dl Salve. They |II
the ct'y on ea-y term, b\ the Fisher Keriranl. S..r.iHl. aid t..r'lIIrch In
t guarantee all three of these preparations Heat Kstate!: Aienc\ Ii. Hale W1Iaon. Man.ger Cnlomlia It."pi a. H,,\ re Anrl ilhifiiern.
and will cheerfully refund the :Vlt! Mouth halafox street. l+almGlKt. :I;\l.; MaderUpl 21
D re Nor.7tM barpneaMnj 1Erltreo
f1j' money to any one who ups them It. std TunIs i'ec .1Giullii < A.T. ",
t\\!'! without being benefited. Price li.j 'VAN'1'El). K, It, 1171 aid Mar'ellles March *..NKeniegrrn.
J. cents each. ------- -- :Nor its,MU dluckstadl March 7
WANTKI at Tromrt'e: < Soda boun- liihaniiMor, std lon>burt! lieux
--- -
nuiirSU'L'lldV 6rrJo.eph.N1)r.59sOt: M Namire. 0110
Klan: Nor II+.hId I Antwerp aped! :"J7:
COMPARISONJDF SALARIES. : as ofttei stenographer by a Ijturenhfi For. old iiporto April ..71etiziM.
:: Adorea9Odtee.careDAILY ltat.'i2. std llamburi April ?sMllbele F. E. BRAWNER
Average Per Man as Paid CutomsWAMHNUTON. KW"I la-If B. ll..ld (.enoa March ;I
Marcella, It.sld Hllmbur!!:. Nov t
err lec Emlloy<< W ArTMD-AII trade of emptr quart 1.I..tlA.II.II's. fld.Mar-eillei March 19
whl ky boitlet. H: .A. FBIIUMAM. 1ileltuGer, llsis, s>id Hamburg April ">
May :2(5.! -The division noyett

tc of customsaurl insular affair of the war ASTKD-Old bear bottles al Uannheiif Shopping In Scotland.It .
drportiurut has given nut the t-tatemi'iit \"f Bro. JylifM has been said that the Scottish 'JO Dozen Ladie- Sleeveless: Vesti Dozen Men's French Neck" Bal- .!Oincholid and White [JI. .

. . .
'J3c: each or hrirunl"ndpt..hirB"t2'centseHch ; onr price.
T.i Thread
that the average annual salary j)or man dialect! I Is! pwilmily Powerful iu Its our price ;
VII>I> IN<; (.ii"j,.... Usi of vowels, nod the followIng dialogue $:.i5! dozen. Drawers to match. I Yard-Wide Sea Island < ,.:'

in the Unittsl States ustomi service is 1-> MniKEXmiarirtriiHToTfrom of u01plE'4 between a Rliopman and a customer 12 Dozen Mend Fancy !Silk FrontI 1 ) Dozen Men' Fancy or Colored .' at .. . .. ... . .

fl.SOA, while the average annual Hilary E. o, 7adfk. ft C'n. 'all at "e Knit has born given as a !'pclimon Bosom Shirt, our price 3341c. each : Satin Front Undershirt at 2.; cents 1 Yard-Wide Fitchvilltt lileed '
per man in the rustoms service of Cuba tarry r, strict and. .. then lm tf each Drawers to match. '
all sizes. I ; made by Lontdul'
The conversation relates to a
is t'i22. making a liift't.t'\'UI't' in the average and White !'ilk'I,1)ozpn' : Men's French Neck Ital1 while it lats .... . .
auuual Milary in favor of the custom JIAIll GOon plaid hamrinz:; at the shop door\ 20 Dozen Fancy 1
brigrsrtn or Fancy Underpin, nice .
service of &'\J: # CtislonitT (Inquiring the material PleatedBosoClS'hlrts.ouq.ricel.UU; IPicceLate.tCalico at1Cae
jier man, as compared RN.. HARuT REIRIE-tlanufaclnrl'r fualttyuthcent.eachiDrawl"utn
with that M.IMIV in the United .11 and dealer In Hair GOO We the lariret line of Men'sand | match. .
S'ates.<< Of the total employes in the W. uovernmeattr carry
:\ 00 (yes, of wool). the 10 Dozen Men's Heavy Weight
r. pt. Boys' Colored Shirts in City
Cutvtn ruMuii service only 7 per cent -='0'_ Customer" oo? (all wool?) tit the Lowest Price Halbrlziraii Under&hirts at 50 cent,, ; Ju-t received H full line >,'

are Au"'rivr.ins.. --- I1)UCATIONAL. SIJOp\IllU-\y. a' oo (yes, all wool 36-inch Spring Percales, our Drawers to match. and Shirt Wait ; our I'rIl'-

1 HON. PACE M'CARTY IS DEAD. ELISE CHIPLEY Primary-Heboo (CllsltlltlPr-\ a<- oo? (all same wool?) price! .. ... . . .. . .. 'Jc Its) Dozen Lal\i..HI..evele.\ lowest.
HISS Kindergarten! Is now oinn fo' holllUID-\y., a' n<> oo <}'es:. all same 33-inch Very Sheer ll'hiteLawn, at old price, (! for S:; centor -Jjo: ParaoN! Hiid mbrella-- I'

Kaiuou Mi .es'arid Lar1i. Pa'
IiI Dozen Ladies' -- llrulesenmt -
Chpck'il nook. our
Klrliinuiitl.Ri ranroou J Jackson Terms 1100 par montb !
I' price . . .. :. .. .. .. . .. -ic Children rleevee-s! Vetwith latest shade, atli 7" rfl.'l ?!:.' '
IIVOND, May 20. Captain Page Colombo Ilroaiihl Card.. ;winch WhitH and Colored Tare Neck. 3for2icnr5.icdoz- n. All the |rftetivleJ I. I"

MoCarty, the oUbratrd editor and duo .'1(AI.E eorner'haseandCevallos AND FEMALE SCHOOL XW. Christopher Columbu: introducpil' Pique. our price. . . .. lOc 2; Dozen Ladle Slr'ev.-le. Ve-t-, Childr II'- 'tr"'w' llatat ,i ialo .

.rust 11\1'4113t evening at the retreat for pure for college or business J.strrete.pre H. Swirl card into America In 1402. On the at).WhiteCord/'d I'jllup.our with ilk Tape Neck 2 for S>c 411' cal rolls New t'{>rm.r \t(

the rick after many days illness.Captain Jell principal. Night term &l1'&ln.Oe' u.'PT quarter deck\ of the Santa Maria he I'ri'e. . .. . ... . . i 15c *1.35: dozi'n. at 12''12' l I.) and :!IIC. ,per jar

used lo play' the stately same of om- i

I Pact McCarty was the lnst of < F'LO\VEIt__ bre, n favorite amon;?: princes, nobles!

i the famous southern dnehhts. He war, .- -.... and courtiers. with its
Spanish name.
/'IT KI.OWKHS and Moral LPSigns- E105 S. Palafox Street
the a- :( ,
in May. N7.5, ('Ut'If the principal in au v_ r-peoml de-lgns ordered for cu-tomersMl el hombre (the Mini and the Spanish'

affair that \\1111 romantic at well as fatal. .s Molctle Moreno, SI'S West Gregory,. tN'm.. !padilKmailIk pucto. mata

H. killiil John )1..rtll'4'l\i. n pruiiimontiay phone 3:9. :adln! I dor, basto, :gano dd rey and loJ: :Ha.

i ,-r, au>l was' badly -l'IH"'t'r----. 1.'ul' 1'unt.ral-. I i YOURS FOR BARGAINS FROM NOW DN,

\\uumlxl A lulwho \\a at that _
-----.r .
time the It. lie of the "south was the mUvAVllt L'LnW.U'UR... Fl'S ,; furnichp I _\n Inet.en.ic Orgy."Freddy I II I
i p"n'pIlY in bouqurlorpecialdrstgre not another il': You'llbe
( 1UO of thi lufL I I
.. Ml-. Molftle Moreuo ia west Gregory sick1":
phone S.M. :'WIllu F. E. ERAwNER'SONEPRICE
Ht-\ctH l HaHS "Well ma, you needn't to care.There's .

half tm-d'cine I lof from las'time
The genuine Ha.mHp*::1go" PH I". TI' ,","CII 00 1..
....... :"-Chicago Kecord.
"' - -
cigars; made in Tamp L. are ; oldPenacola in --- '" --
M: LIE WK.NTWnKFH: will opei I -
only. hy Nick, Apo-tle. M1.H\ st'h"'ot at putilic school build Try THE XK\\S; Want Co.uinn : it CASH ECOTJSE."La .
-- -
!lit No i on irdea street. lolld..y.Juflt.II
4 \. grades taught, termsf2 a month limlMd i; nil pay you.
Have yon seen those cl c- IiJvltn\'I'

--. -- .- .
giant lint tan. /.'oclcat --
| ilillltl C'
( io llu 's>.

:11ll'.' ton <<5' Finch's/

If rot wish anything- -- -in -the way Summer l law leeture*.) Creole Will Restore those Gray Hairs

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