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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 29, 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. ;

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fROM THE PACIFICTO aacnbil'tt.liistltbte in charge 01 of test Professor neln y sent A. E.anI"ll1Ltion I SOUTHERN DEVELOPMENT.

Barton.iToiesor. W. H. Pickering directedthe THE f ECLIPSE f ( --i if Many New Industries Retorted Duringthe .+

THE ATLANTIC party sent out by Harvard. Ho was ,, Past Wetk.CHATTAOOO SAKI NO :

assisted by J. R. Edmund and J. It. I IOF \, May 28. The more ROYAL

Attwell of the same institution Important of the industries

nf Totality Extended Blurt Hill observatory, Boston sent The Tradesman now the reportedby week POWDER t' :
during >*
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out A. L. Retch and party.A ,
Ocean to Ocean. party of four scientists from the f T THE f SUN U ended May 20 include coal mines in Alabama -

j'l"oIm 1 west were also at Washingtou.Princeton'v Texas and West Virginia; cotton > t:;

., delegation was located at r.alls in Georgia and Texas; cottonseed Makes the food more delicious and wholesome .

Y FIVE MILES WIDE. \\ade boro. N. C., with Professor C. A. I oil mills Alabama Mississippi North .,... '.. FIF Yonn? at the head of the party. xo>l *O*eE.CO.,"'W VOM. :

Professor Samuel P. Langley, Secretary Result of the Observations at II I Carolina. Tennesse and Texas; an electric .net, .y .

t .\'frui>oiiirr* In Charge of Va- of the Smithsonian institute at light and power plant in Georgia; -- lS
Washington, at the head of a carefullyfl'h'l.t All Points Were Most | an electric machinery manufactory in New Koad Chartered. f:): ,
lt.rrnaturP'-Illllon' s>|>entfoment Virginia; flouring mills in Florida, Georgia IS GENERAL FRENCHIN I F. 'sy
corp from that institution, wa MONTGOMERY, Ala., May 23. The .
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and machine in West Louisville and Nashville railroad has secured -
foundry shop Virginia -
University of consider
i unto !Miuly I'liciioiiiciia.; Virginia ------
Winn>>)i>ro, S. C., tho most ..uitablesjx>6nn'l ; a furniture factory in Mississippi; JOHANNESBURG? a charter for a road to run from ; ,

May ."<.-The eclipse of the rut Professor Oriiioiid atone of thE WAS PERFECT. gold mines and granite quarries in I Attalla Ala., to Oneonta Ala., a distance .'

.: !"tIu hunt North .America ', I/wider M'-Cirmick observatory. hncoworker -- -- North Carolina; a harness and a 1250-: of about 30 miles. This will give : '{",

: tht-ro. Astronomers View the bf'uOIueu" 000 ice factory in Georgia; a knittingmill the Louisville and Nashville a very desirable ."- "
total in
'i Africa' only That He Has Taken < 1J
Union Spring, Ala, lionoi-iil by in Virginia; a loom equipment Reported belt of the eastern portion of the t
,f 1J'lni.-\lahAm.L.lit'Or.. From Various Points In the south. in South Carolina lumber
e t distin juish,!d lOily of astronomers.Evervthin ; Birmingham district The proposed new .: 3'
'a tL., United :;tll'4'I."ai ant at Th'Jr.Ia-.tlII.'' the Lick ol>. Settled U)" the PhotlJlrapblf11'';* i iTakt'o Tennes.swt Texas and West Virginia; a -- --- I and will also develop some good !' .

,jTTutoryelip>e expisluioil had a splendid mining and prospecting company in farming land '
importance. not only to !i -tlte. -!> ....pal Attention Waa Given I' Texas; an office supplies' mmiufactoiy RECRUITS FOR THE BOERS. __ :.'". i iATLANTA f I

: but the w..lId 1 at b rga. It The O\'III''H'lIt weather bureau ol- the Corona-lieporls Kiomthe Stu- in Virginia; rice mills in Georgia and --- - Two Negroes :Murdered. !l '4'

.11! nted in more than one re- .,'n"11 the eclipse at Xewberry, S. C.. Texas: ; a roofing manufactory in Ala Transvaal 28. While : 1'1
Foreigners Continue to lola the May Henry
.. Interesting Statement.WAMUNGTOX. bama shoe
aria of totality.! instead of the .dinrtion Professor Kixe-; ; a factory Georgia; a soup
I. factory in Mississippi; spoke and handle Army>upplle* (!olns: III1... Kemp was standing in a Decatur stree .;
r .ugh *pdr-ly settled re- J-T. Ou.. May 2S.-The bnc-
works in '
KentuckIitl1'e and I another walked .7
t'rofp'I.or I/-nibke and Wattles of heading Loreu/.o MarqueKiiiulle: Drives saloon talking negro up ;
I '1111': "\'tr'a it expanses of linmklyn, wrre iil'o at Xewln-rry. cess attending the eclipse here was works in Wett Virginia; a tannery in and stabbed him in the abdomen inflicting V-.: j'

il six i>ta',,'i in a populous E'rorstatiu had its gusts and highly :gratifying. The first contact was Georgia; telcnnone exchanges in Tennessee HorrsOut of Jsenekul. I :: a wound from which he died. 'f .: is;

., .lUiifry all of the region listinsuisheil! ('( -\vurken. Scattered! seven hours, two seconds, fifteen andeighttenths and West Virginia; a tobacco CAPE TOWN, May 2S.-It is rumored Dick Holmes and Tobe Smith, also ne ;

w,cp-sib!u by rail ami water. throughout the eclipse belt were locateduiiiloubuilly ,seconds local mean time; factory Kentucky; wagon works in here that General French: has: enteredJohauuesburg. ,;, became involved in an argument i". .
the must Hstnijjuishtvl. aasynbl.age over 10 cents on Peters street when 1. .
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1" nil MOW! limilar second contact eight hours. nine min. iJ.j'Irroe
years any
of astronomers unil Miieutino DFfSET TO FEDERAL CLAIM. Holmes stabbed Smith in the heart, kill. .; :
f' 4* watneaxd, but the'runoniical men ever enlisted in an enterprise of utes fifty-two and finHt'nths'COnd3.. --.- ing him iustautly. .. ,::0
Bundle >euekal.SEVEKAL .
science and tho this nature The magnetometer showed no disturb-i Papers of Great Value to South Carolina Occupies! I --- ;' !

improvements in telescopes, At Tuoiiui>ti i, as the guests of Professor anco in magnetic d'Clinatiou.'cn :' Found. May 2S.-General Rnndle: Three Miners Killed. .J.; "-, ;.A

I .y and i-lvctiiral appliances Campbell observations and notes ...kt'tchl'Svere made of the L'OI"OIland OOLCXBIA, S. C., May 23.-Papershave with artillery the yeomanry and ths BIRMINGHAM, Ala., May 25.James0.Stewart '::. :"b'-J
complete obicrvat ii ms than were made 4- Professor A. A. Xylaud. six Rlltehires, Middlesex and Liecester regiments killed at Bruce mines 5 a..1
taken. was '
'. xuovvu. Thu United States Ph. D., director the Utrecht observatory. photograph been found in the rubbish room"at f".j( 4t':ij
Professor, H. Pickering at the under Major Dolbiac, has occupied Oakman fall of slate. i
:it and nil great educational Holland; Professor J. X. Wilterdiiiij. the capitol, which though yellow miles from by a i ,

J 'in mate diibonito and costly : of Ijuyden ubsenatory (the Royal head ot Yale's statement expedition furuished the with age and musty are worth nearly Sellekalvhl'nce tho Boers. .were Charles Evans, a white miner, was ,..' .; 1:'
,r in tt i prt tho Zest 1 possible obninl observatory) Il;+lliutd. These men were : I killed in the mines at Adger by falling t' !<
"The fi! W.DOO to the of South Carolina.
weather here was perfect and state
millions of dollars wcro sent out bv tbit Dutch eclipse comniit5eof I coal. Monroe Ward, aged 18, while -..
in thin the Holland Academy of Sciences at the observations were entirely satis The: pap''TII are more than! 100 years old working at the Goethite mines, was run ,: '. ;fi
way. factory. We secured 36 plates with and nr claims against. the United States I } .
/ri'41, interest attached t) the Amsterdam.Professor. ;s over by'a tram car and so badly injured :1'

-elf, the object of the astrononpoMtig II. C. Lord. the astronomer iutra-mercurial apparatus and ;11nth government.: I that he died. _.___;::
the of the Ohio\ State university and dmtor *- 13 other cameras, ai "eclipse eijiodi-
The plates will be developed in Cambridge Police\ Officers Threatened \
oat all lure of th i country was of the Emerson McMillan observatryofthat years to secure |iayment of these } .,
to, (..lo..fIhl' parsing of the : institutionva.s at Banies- observatory Visually, with a owing to the absence of the ATLANTA, Ga., May "S' rumor Ucurruit .
It; :
5-iuch telescope, the corona resembled all efforts have been l
yule invitation of the papers in vain.
furo the but the of sjn-ciiil government .
suns study upon hero that threats have been .
that of the edi Two solar
Pixfe.ssi Brown. Ito'J } u. large The federal government has recently \
'n a This jtirticular branch ofv exiH-rt -, '
I'huiiomcua generally attendlipe Otis Ashmore of Savannah, the fore- protuberance were noted. Our polar begun to push claims i against the state made against members of the city policeforte. ,'" .-

has town mnst astronomer of Georgia, was also at filaments, 6 1II.\X.nd.4iu diameter traced for &i40ixk; ) and u search was in"tztut.df'lr tdln The officers have been warned, .
always an nn- : x
the corona about 1 degree The shadow the 1< is made to .J-1
It i the belief of B.1rn"'II\'i1le missing documents which have and an effort being rundown : t
I.rubll'm. '
'lIom..r" that *tho corona is a A distin niLshed. delegation front Phil- of the mooq on the sky and shadow just been found. the would-be assassins Several ,...

the sun and l has nothing ton ad.'lpliia| in <'harg" of I'rofossor Snyder bands were well seen. Venus and Mercury The papers are known as "Block's ex arrests have betu: made. .; ",- : ,
arch < ur uiinn formerly j
rona wa* visible in the telescope several Llack's i The best lawn \
Two p"ctrn, one of bright Ci\rIlt' \'iIleoevernl days ago. handwriting is a summary of mowers at reasonable j .
other continuous1, have ,, curds after totality was over. There the claims of the state against the I:' price, at the Willis Haulwure 4 '
Itt i < DENOUNCED THE ICE TRUST. was no dark baud around the moon's United States as follows: 'Cc,',;:. t.' ..
foriiK'rii'JipM'ii. Hydron -
indicated and -- limb during the partial phase and DO \V'ur of 1SI2 (with interest to 1SW ----- -- .}.. I"' 1
a rare {
'. neliuiu.! nttntly defected ('hdttdUOU;::.t Minister KoCors to It In detail on the moon during totality." only). & .2n.uxl; Flonda war i principal :\egni.lrsrolnui Kseape.MONTOOMHIV .\. ..., .'

rx-k+ ou the earth ha.-t Ills Sormoii.i ------ h. I20.KXK); Mexican war (principal), Ala May 2S.-While a f f-, oJ"J
\\eatlier\Vn* Perfeer. s52l'tt.41 ; interest on above ( I kiS). t2J. I
\vlmt..n.r substances the 2S.-Rev. J. W. ,
CiiAriA..NooaA. fret at: tram was lacing made tho s
; np
h composi-d and whatever W\D "RORO. X. C.. May 2S.-Tho (K.00( ; revolutionary <( Brougher; pn-stor of the First Baptist : :. boiler of thu locomotive that was to pull ;
nature of its physical eclipse was viewed heru without a cloudto i:1I6O-lti'l: total, $ ,:;40.17( : .r" ,
, i isctrtain church denounced the local ice oouipany : Ou this entire sum no interest after ff I i it e\plixlcd while the tir'munVII!! sitting :.:- ;'. ':
the ''c.tilh. Observations were .
xfreme tenuity. S:;.) rare i is Sunday night. He stated that the mar sex : lS.Vi i.. calculated With interest the M I in th> cab. The fireman had a narrow !.ear;

"'a in tlifir swift flight.u comu.iny was nothing more nor less made l>y ,;scientists from the :Smithsonian: total claim would amount to about :fl-l 1 escanas the engine; was a total i 'i

have lieeii known to institution at 1Va-hins on, the EnglishAstronomical 500,000. wreck. He was the only man injured, .
pnswithout >LIAI. FIE (CII.
than conspiracy to oppress poor society of I/iidon. thy I .
lieing blown out of the cab. Hii .
the MIII sensible is a gaseous resiteuie.X subiiutil and curry favor with the rich. Tho erkl observatory! Princeton university MARKETING COTTON CROP (1l h,> It Is g.'p",rt Hl O.,''ur.l .1". 1\u..Inr....) injuries while not sever are pain y9

man of means: can get ice cheap; thepaver Charleston Military college and arepresentative -- driven by a few shells. A field coronet ful, he buug; buruod and bruised con h ,; .
by astronomers man cant get it at all,-because of from the Toronto Astronomical 1'l.inlersVIII Endearvorto"ecure Hotter t
t ; -:6 ,..." It f is lielieved to be and a number! 'tlll'r"I'Tt killod.The siderably. :
small I .
the prohibitive pricaof quantities. Prices lurhr Staple.MACOV
SU'i.tyIauy photographs --- t .I
i 11 11 i.\Mhrpughthis.) miles deep Pro- ; t British ,'atta tu'lumN'r'fll II.I The ', .
Closing he siiid rather dramatically tak"1hy all the parties at iiitcxviils, and :, May 2s -The Georgia: Plant Three Tent Fares fj
i-bromo.-piiere an "Xow I fur a combination of B... rs are - cap- of the Several tele
.t with total eclipse! the ..h.t..l.r itnhhts foriuell oilY into an ice company to i li'IIJX'b'I'm'|nfially used in corona.trying to discovermore ers' after adopting a constitution ) ATt.ST.a... IayB'K1Dnlng in .' ,

'.vI1. miles 1'b rise with often amazing to a .height, ; of take advantage of the iieople'stnisforpules satellites: between the sun aud the and by-laws, ;grunting a salaryof Itt.ruin and 'on'I.II"! [ For ll.wrs.IAMJIIN a few days, the Atlanta Rapid Transit 1"W t :

TIIhhty. to squeeze money out of their planet mercury. $IIPM( ) |lo'ranuulII to the president and company, letter known as the Collins OJ;{' : ,

1 hrre 1.lnl'1ur Work. pockets, is absolutely unfair unjust and {1,2*)!) to IlwCft.rary of tbl'IIS '"'lalioll. May 2S.-Aihines nveivfdhi I Park and Belt Line l'OlllplUY."HI inaugurate .. ,
accurate observation of this morally criminal. It ought to be made Krllpsp: at Atlanta. re'I1''I.t t tat supplies cont.nm' Ug:"> of
have taken\ notion with view to a system approximately 3 : ; s'remit
ant fl'lltlll'Itf the eelipevery legally so. The ice company seems only ATLANTA, May 2S.-At this place, 40 better prices for cotton.a The*rnring to the l 15-n-r.-. from i.. -uz. Manjn z and I fares, selling three tickets for 10 o. ,'

f of the instrument maker's art too ready to take advantage of the pi!"- miles from tho belt of totality, the eclipseof dent is. uutiionzil to proceed lu the that J.i.-.-igu; "Tnirf..r the I4>,'r army '. cents. Two of tlL,' company's lilies art rf ei
.I with the astronomer's know pI..III1..I'. .ity to rob them. The proper the sun was very Iwt L'f'ublc.IO: expeditions manner to perfect organizations pra e i d rrOUlIUI' UIIl"l"lnt. I I now completed up to the center of the .t
directed in the of reach- steps ought to be taken to get some redress .
i' 1II':1 hope sv-h i city and in active oration.Tlllman ;t ;.
in ( throughout the cotton >
the of county -
o'clock luomeut
in this matter. greatest totality
lotion this
; "itlnlosuphcr'snitemlly -
belt of the st.itand call NEW MILL FOR PRATTVILLE. I
conventruna "
the usual brilliance of the took -
sun on avery
( speaking the ob.nlt' ---- --- For Lieutenant (iovrrnor.EDGEFIFLI f7;;
yellow cast and ...1)llowtIprl' dim in other cotton growing states with -- ;
.., ,Ins taken by the astronomersoftneil -- and thin. At the \'l'rUIllI'llt"I'ath'r A view tam organisation. It Will soon HPChartereal\ ith V2V),. I >. S C.. May 28.-It is cur- t'; :
throe hues ofa
to separate Investigating The funds needed for carrying on the KU Cupltul. j reported that Colonel James H. +
Tic old method of telescopief Democrat Want Him to Serve on bureau observations of the temperature{ rently 1t4.R'I ;
were taken 15 minutes born 6:23 official work of the ashicitttion shall be Pr.vTTVu.E. Ala., 2' The old will the for
Committee.WASHIMJTOS. lieuUn
.. ?4tum; VIt'WiD" of the I'difII'Cvith every May j Tillman enter race ;..r...
raised by county R,;,;{' SIllPllt. The mini -
until 9:10 o'clock. central time. There
.. jutr-l eje, and the photographing May 2S.-It is probable : mum fee to be paid tho state organizationhy Indiau Hill mill near here is Ui be rebuilt -, ant governor Colonel Tillman was re i.i ,
variance .
of about 1
was degree.PresMent .
-f i-h' aonnuA of the echtiNa The that Senator Bacon will be called on to county organizations to be I-IO for and will be known as the Victor Gently elected! by the state Democratic f. ,
1"1' .( the totality IN-KIUI. in the Pacific -- convention a delegate to the national i. ;
leis than 100 member and the mini- mill. to.
,.... serve a one of the members of the committee Views Kpllpse. cotton A handsome mixlern structure r
r !oust west of Mexico. It paswl44roM I, Democratic convention at Kansas City.
.... to investigate the scandals in FORT MONUOK \ 2S.-The mum off 100 for each county organiwtion is to be erected the building will
.1 &r\J MeiKYi, and entering May sun of 1U) lUE'rnb rs or more. The an | He declines to deny or affirm the rumot '

::. ;ned Statm near New OrleundH4 Cuba. The Baoon resolutions providethat was totally eclipsed at "<::3. o'clock in a nual dues after the firs year tr be half be Mx3UO feet and will have capacity of his candidacy. : 'l ''

.1. -<1 in a northea/iterly direction tho investigation be conducted by cloudless sky. The president and lnrty of thesu respective amounts from each of 4,000 pounds of sheeting cloth a day. --- -' ..

"i it l left the continent close to Nor- the committee 00 relations with Cuba watched the phenomenon from the Dolphin county tar"anizatiou. The capital stock i is $:;:j.IXX A major. The ancients believed that rheumatism tirf: _
Taco it cnwuied the Atlantic, the work of demon 'V'r
but i is that --- a
it altogether likely some
near Latuliert'.s and of the stock has. '
point Secretary ity capital already been
P'Tlncal. and afterward passed the ; within a man. Any one who has '1' J
changes will be made in personnelof BIG INDUSTRIAL MOVEMENT.
Gage and from the lighthouse ten scun.l. The mill will
party be
a .> u >rth fu Africa, leaving the earth the committee in order to have the equippedwith bud an attack of sciatic or inflammatory :\J.f'. :
a: 10'1&' the northern end of the Red derHolly. TheDulplicamoorarfromNorfolk '1. I'. \VuUh Much the latest improved machinery for tehiiinatisni
r. work done. Several of the Republican at 9.V o'clock aud after aB' Doing For the De- textile manufacturing. The mill willhave will agree that .!

'. .' on the committee do not want to serve. from the Kearsargu passed on \rlopment of Augusta.Arr.ixTA the infliction is demoniac enough to ?.t
lute cp 10,000 spindles and SOO Northrop-
Lswuntrr the cities of New OrMubiV.
the belief. It has
Tim minority membership is in a shape the bay for Washington.Observation Ga. May 2S. The industrial L warrant never
.fa:: ,. Draper )ms.
% ",'\\ Raleigh and which calls fur change also. been claimed that Chamberlain's i
vrf the lV..ide -- --- movement on here i is quite marked. It H estimated that the new concern e
in totality. For these masons his Democratic associates Wore Suecocsful.PINEHtaT Pain Balm would east out demons, 1
will about 300 hands.
:U"a the path t>f darkness in- are declaring that Senator Ei There ate in projection down ventures employ The sheeting but it will cure rheumatism, :uldhUllrfr..rt.
41 30 N. c., May 2 .-The ob will be manufactured largely: for export
.rhtt While the
town bear timony the
con must bo one of the inve.tigatnrs. that are nearing successful issue. One : to ,
"ra' viflblo nil oVl'r-the omntry servatinnshere wire a gratifying suc purpose truth of this statement. One -
The work ahead of the committee is application
vu Iv 55 anything especially is a project that will attract The old Indian mill was burned in
within the of about :
path but pleasant but somebody must cess. The first contact occurred at thepredicted 1880. relievethe p-iin and this
) worth, exteuaiuK from New attention the south over. Others are quick reli-f wl.-i-h it lords( u alone
attend to it. and the indications are that :
time 7 0 o'clock. The
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more local in their nature but significant
Norfolk that obscuration Senator Bacon will have to the worth many tim-. its I',)-t. p'.r Pale\
accept ginning of totality was the signal for HEAVY DEMAND FOR PIG IRON
trt duties. to Augusta, in that they mean development by Hannah Br";.. LM South I'jlafox
the work of tho morning, which was aceonipUhed ---
on an extensive scale.
> Siintheon J. r M>wn, United ---- ---- street. )
: Trade
Export Amount
"' -r amuical, director was in TO MAKE WAR ON SEABOARD. in a short time of 514 seconds. The fact that the hand of M. P. Walshis Depend on
naval partu" in tlumtli Five spectrum photographs were seen in many of these movements is That Can n. 5parwl. I will rt.'palr'our watches and

iN'n'dalKiut t'-O WMMis. Prow Louisville and :NiishvHie, Southern ami.Mobile obtained with tho flat gradient and the attracting much attention to that gen BIRMIMIHAM. Ala, May: 2S..Taints: jewelry in fir t-class style J. I.

w 'Ii headquarters was atM and Ohio ('mul>lnl'. concaved :grating. tleman. He recently became prominentin Bowron, vice lre.-itI'ut of the Tennessee.Gial Stephens. '
A branch of this navalr politics in eastern Georgia, but it is -
O"iTGOUEnAla.. 2S. Those Iron aud Railroad who
May l'rrff'l.t11'V at riinm.i-.ton. company, A choice of
'irtywut etatit.ned nt irif- evident that his time and attention are as-ortment handsome ,
v n.ile* tin ay III cbarW of who are familiar with the railrindsitnatfon THOM IS.TON. Go., MayThe eclipse not to be given to political matters. has just retarucd from it to the pig pictures, oil and water ndor. f in rich

r .\. Hill. in Alabama predict that there is ibM>rvatiois lure were conduct*rl! under Like his undo, Hon. Patrick Walsh iron centers of Europe says in an intir irame, just reeeivnl! at O.t. 1'ryor's -

he is a firm believer in the south. view: Bargain Furniture Hoi se. .,
'"'mm"lIt station was 1l liv soon to be a lively rate war between the perfect conditions totality a
---- The demand for southern iron - --
.r. X. C. I'lofe.s.vir .\.
1 a* in Georgia and Alabama system on the one scant S.1 seconds. Standing Mime distance To Heal a Hurt exists in the iroT centers of the old We will launder your 't'rendy for
, i''e hand and the Southern, Imisille and from the corona's outside rim a Use BANNER SALVE, the great world. The iron has bit n used there 15 cents each and make tlietn look r '

<.I.\'r'4I'I'I' Nashville and the Mobile and Ohio railroads brilliant star wa'lll"'"Ibl,'. The healer.! It's guaranteed for cuts for several years and n thoroughly satisfactory like new. Star Lal1llry.: ! of the CaK obw oti the other. The 8'abolllrll"vs. effect at the time of complete obscuration wounds. ort!,. pi'es and all skin diHe and the volume of shipments! --------.

: looted itt il. .m. Gu.i tem has recently developed so much was that of a deep twilight. The ;;;. Take no substitute. W. A. made to the continent from Alabama Hf'adyIixfod paint-of nil hade

i- !'t lit nut from the home energy and aggressiveness) that it is becoming astronomers U-gau work at 5 o'olock. D'.\IE'111 bi"'tp.Slth this fall and winter drls-nds, therefore and! colors at the 1111Hardware 7

at, rv. takUnd. Cill., by a formidable rival for the other upon the amount that can bo taken from Co'?. s
I>!il! .-. r. n noted*I.n- railroad systems doing:; bn.-iness lure, HlnK Co to Koost.. Convention Hates. the domvsti'market for export and that

i'niiifisco. mid uit'iuU-rs of and for this and other reasons it is stated :'o11)nI.F.1.1.-. May 2>.-The eclipsewas Each delegate: must purchase a price nt which the ole\ raters are willing Oats, corn, hay, chops,

'".tn')mieal i.o-if'lV of I/in- that the other! \vstems centered here a dendetl suc-ce here though not fir-t-class ticket from the phce cf to part with the product." cotton seed hulls, cotton

r Chnrlr-i Itur-khaltiT.. ill have entered into agreements:: not to turn starting to place of meeting! at tie -
seed meal
and Alabama l entirely totaL The birds went ta roost, CITY TAX bran, etc. at HMuller's -
if\ \\cut onpDAlIy to IlVI r t.1 the Georgia; : any regular rates and at the same time BOOKSTO
1 i wh'r.t'! lioj \'d t.) bet business that can bo routed by other the animals in the Monroe park menagerie procure from the ticket agent a certificate 400 South Pala- ,

touliry. Amvnix nt ways. _ __ beninu: restless: and all nature wore showing such payment of CLOSE. fox street. Phone 213.

1'r.frsrar Itun-khalter: A systf regulator- 'is a medicine a weird aspect. During the period of full fare a? a delegate, and the route ---

.that! : he wus several h-itrtr -n then and stimulates! tie totality stars wl.'rr'i:>iblt' almost directly by which return ticket will be de Taxes not pair oi cr be KIHCATIOXAL.

-.1 ro.location\ and he liver kidneys "trtniac'i and bowelsPKKKLY overhead. sired The return tickets are, then fore June l;;lli, 1.)(){). inf The winter and o.iritc'; ; t TlIof tle
uu.Mtf.ftheYeikMob ASH P ITTKKM"- proca-ed on the e certificates from
superior Literary '
'.' I'oroa.i Visible lo Naked : the ticket offices Jacksonville.J. df-partine .t .f MMUX'Bu*. '
at le mlvestiscfJ
ytem regulator. It drive* out all old.. inesollf-ge; will COSM! on Friday,
I u\rrMtv of llnc.I: .) *: .\L\., May ?S. The C. Cooi't.K. Secretary.
;': Ii nhoalthycouditinn promotes activity Books close June !S. The sum !|
.' ; ''1 at Jacksonville positively on mrtt"mwillopen
\Va.1.ubro. X.r April 2$.
of'hody and brain restore: here June 11 and
... eclipse began approximately at 6:30 cent nn<' without i'lttr-
lilwanl K. Uaruard sleep and that date..V. .
zonal appetite.sound o'clock aulva;; very near totality BLISS IS THI1.X.. mi?-ion. sight and day p=.jong.!
spirit*. Sold Bann.tlt Uro*. McK. The : the '
T. m thela' institutions 7:36 o'clock central time. The effect Chas. H. Bli* i is the man who advertises OERTLVG, patronage general iiMic

,.... trout tho west were ROSS A CO.'S was so near totality that the solar corona Pensacola. He does it right City Tax 'olleclcr.m is solicited. 19m-tf

'' iI''U: Gi TbcJIxs-: WINDOW SCREENS 1 was visible. to.the naked eye. and deserve your support. Try THE NEWS Want Cokm 1. .

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The EmrtV. Center. MEMORIAL D.Y. -

. CENSUS OFFICE BUSY. : Of late years the general view has1 E3. PETERSE3 ,

been that the interior of the globe, I Graves of Union Soldiers to he Deco -PROPRIETOR
though partly liquid. Is for the most I rated.

part solid. Some, says Pearson's Weekly I By order of Commander in Chief CRONIES SKL.OONDEALfili

Preparing to Receive Returns of have considered that a sectien I I Albert D. Shaw Department Com-

: :; I tile earth would show the following -i IS:
: : Enumerators. I! through I mander John S. Fairhead and J. C. -o

: (1) An outer solid envelope ,, Petterson, commander of W. T ; :

(:!) a seiailluid enveleiic\ (C': ) a fluid en- Sherman post, (I. A. II. the following Ifflpoted ana Domestic fa.' Lipre : .

fccniiiluid and
velojK' ((4t I a em elope! <<

ALL READY: TO BEGIN TilE COOT.Ktrapiiort (.;) a solid uucl,'!:!'. No. 1 results from program will be observed on t JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY

a reduced tempiRiture only; Xo. 2, Memorial Day, May Jit. Coiner RMmontand fl4v-lIi-* s- PKV ;*A,'' I'

: : ;4 frca a pressiv\ and t. !.tp' !r.ure: net \\'. T. : her.iai lV-tJ. .A.!

tunrcaLj Ion lU
He Cue of tae iiuit on F.: : IntPiidenci.i.treit at .
: ht..ulbQlCat
from satiicicutly Li,:h .
0. a teupt-tature : : ; ;
llWa.:i i4J.\ and h. ,
m. sharp. May marc
Fur il.c IZuii..eihtI8'; N nl'lic.111.111I to produce cot.ii.h'te 1.jth'I..di.H,1.; ; -_ _ 4J.
fin-tdeil byNyer'- b.ip i, ti. th! -
\ :< 1. fruti :t pressure so great :1.< tj prevent -iimoryin th4' court bou-e unnt-x.: : .: ,. 11 lsi

W.\-IIIXGTC, May 29.-[ pi'<:i3I.- e\cti te: terrific beat \.hieh i:,n't wiieriat 12'tp.( m., they will be

Almu; i lie busiest place Washington: certainly cs.l.-.ts deep
fiom coipciely! liijaef v'Ing; the m.i- Capt. C. I:. PurUtili con.nind-
now i.the .UMis tiffin but it is only
f'ltJ.A ,- ,-* hI the K'x'nuius! ; for the! swarm of fia- tonal onhich! i I. wurb0.. .">. from nij, CampVarii!, I'nlted CV.nlViietate -
vetirui.s<< and march down
I'lujtr.-; ho will Inm lImy tin- a pressure! v.cli; overcomes coi.ipl.'tflyth l
Palafox ,.tr. et to time dummy station.
r lli-::" of the rnwwratulic! \; ;.;ui to <> liijuof.1ay\ power e\en of the ma .I- At 1 p. m. tie dummy will leave

ACTS GENTLY ON THE ('ouc :u. At luvM-ut tinfnree: is work- mum boat of the Interior. This pressure for the i>;>Yj1 iio-pifiil ground-

is estimated to IK. at the center of the wii-ch\ will maieh
ins nj'im pn'i>:iritory paIKTS through they in
KIDNEYS LIVER millions of which Late been sent'l II. .l':> ).:.U3U pounds to the the followiiisr order to the national

4 I 1 tquiie I foot a pressure so enormous Cl'I1Htt'rW'Pr's band U.S. troops
all over the! l"nit'lalt.s: to be used in
that no known substance could fuse from Ft.: Hlrranca", marines from Thompson Olsen & Co.
the work of taking the -Usus. Thiiopapers ,
AND BOWELS are m-ut to the sujK-rvisors, beneath it. Even hydrogen at the ',navy yard. Regular Army and Navy
Union, Chipley Light infantry,
highest jmssible temperature would L't52SV.::! Intendencu Street. '
and and
enumerators specIal agents i'Hi > \
United Confederate mmd
Veterans. (ira
under such conditions become as
; CLEANSES are instructions and blanks for returns Army of the Republic.

of the various statistics which ns a diamond. Hence It seems probable j Inside the gate of the national

EFFECTUALLY are to be gathered. Director\ 'Merriam that.! tar from there being a vacuumat cemetery the troops will open rank:,

Di5jSrnfbs @H 5 Las around him an able conis of assistants I the center of the earth there Is a and the veterans and Army and A M. AVERY

c who are pushing the \.oik with : mass of iuteubcly solidified matter Navy Union will march through and ,

U irij.1EA9 rV vieor...: The director )loc'Iit'\'I' that the there. form in a circle around the large (IIaoA"'r IfooVvli.)

OVERCOMES success of any great uuoVrtakliiR depends Fireproof ('loth.No monument.
There<< the general orders will be IMPORTER AND JOBBER OFIlardware
a< much upon the men who are elaliorate statistics are necessary
read, the services of the G. A. B.l1nd
in charge of the various dt'ii.'irtnients to that fires might lie '
prove many prevented Army and Navy Union will take :: :
-j PERMANENTLY OS upon the head of the institution and If carH.'ts. curtains, draiK>ries place and a salute, ill be fired over

Las si'lecw-d subordinate: !' who are and clothing wore tioucoiiibubtlble. the graves. ,

j ITS EHtF ;:;: FEcTS.I known ns successful executive ofacers.Crltlclnni This is )precisely what a linn of German All will then retire to the speak Iron Nails, Axes, Bhorels, Saw Mill and (Steamboat Hnppneg c ,t ,

of he :Method. manufacturers IIrlJiHisc! to bring: er's fctauJ.wheie addresses will be and Heating Stores, Paint Oils and Window GlassAgate

There Is crituiMU of nearly every altout. After several year of experimenting delivered by John El an. George

BV TMt GtNUINt-MiMTO census taken |IN'lu"<> cf the method they announce I:'Jo liscoeryof Wentworth A. Crawford Rev. J. and Tinware and Honsefurnlshlng Hood

M. Duiiiielly, and if it be! po>*ible
:; UINIAffGSYRW@ vmpluyiil.anil)' writers on itiiiinm- a chemical ttva'meiit that will render
for them to attend by Maj. J. H.
Gnu Pistols and
ic subjects have iHjluted out methods any fabric of cotton linen. wo fl or Fishing T&ckU
: Calef commander of the l"irst Ar-
%, : vcIy.3c. which they >ay would greatly Improve fiber fireproof. The process I Is cheap tillery, and Judge UenJ. S. Liddon.

d .- V MU ..- %L $ UTflL.- the censu One of tlrf' hUsrirestions is and adds hut little to the weight of the There will be vocal music; by AGENT lot Birmingham Rolling Mills Company K. % : i, ,

that the census should be taken in a article treated. It may readily\ K- seen \11..8"8 Ellie (i. Wentworth, Adele Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery Wheel Company, LaftiL A >,', .
Fool. Planti.That
How fool day and not Continue! for Ji month. The that this discovery: will be valuable for ChafTee amid Clara ISeckwith. Powder Company, Johnson's Kalsomlne, Iron hing and Jin. k -
electric lights completely
: punt life has Inn proved. A certainuuraerynian plan of completing the census In a day securing the letter safety of hotels by Wyer'a band will also furmiishmmusic and Ranges, Wm. Coups .' Raw Hide LIcit Leather, Masin R_. :-v
is suggested from the English method treating carpets curtains: and Inside durlr.gthe exercises, which
who has an Immense tract will close with the benediction and Made Railroad Colon.Masonic .
but those who have iH-rforuifd Iht'I woodwork ; ()f advantage for ewer-
cf land co\ered with greenhouses and 1 the dummy will leave on the return ,
work cf census taking; and are familiar Ings of eipios.vcb. and in a multitude Temple, Pensacola } In.
hottxils stumbled upon this fact In a to the city at :lj; p. m.
with the conditions wiy that a oned.iy's of other ways. It is not improbablea
He had noticed that all ...
t way. count would be impracticable in way roIlY lie found to make it water Cram Cloth For VphoUtery.At --- .

the bushes and plants which he had the I'nited Statts liecau the imputation proof. In any event it must be regarded this time of year, when the first
.1ti placed on the north side of his Louse desire banish F. C. BRENT, W.M. H KSOWLKS, W. K. HVKK. JR., .J.J .. .
is much! more scattennl than in as an Important achievement and ai warm days bring; a to
did not thrUe nearly so well as those I'relldellt."ue.l'ruldeut.. Cathier .
beavy draperies and carpets, plush and A-
England as'd that the roads and means opening a prospect for the greater security -
1 on the south Biiio where they had sun woolen cushions and that ,
communication are not such as to of proiierty.La .
I all day long. One day an electric light-! has the of stuffiness -
slightest suggestion
make it possible. More than this in a :
Ins company: put up a great arc lighton Lirge; country like the United States Grippe Suucetifctully Treated."I India grass cloth is one of the First National Bank
the street corner at the north of his
.1 most prized falirics. It not only looks
hundreds of thousands of people are have just recovered from the
houe. Kcsiilt: Iu less than a year'stime
cool but It Is It Is
so. not as expensiveas
traveling; every day and it would lie second attack of la grippe thisyear.
the north side e-
plants on count in says Mr. Jag. A. Jones, publisher of It appears. It is excellent for pillow
Imi>osible to get an ,
came more luxuriant In growth than housecanvass the Leader, Mexia. Texas. "In the and cushion coverings and for covering OF PENSACOLA. FLA.
The careful house to
one day. -
. those on the south tilde. Tbe nurseryman latter ease I used Chamberlain's I couches chairs and the tops of tables.
lie the best
lieen found to
taking the hint. had a series of Cough/ Remedy, and I think with It comes In stripes of many varieties. rnIEOTI I

arc lights Installed In ,all of his green- for thhtIIIutr3! considerable success, only being In'' colored in tire satisfactory oriental ; WM. H. KNOWLEB. W. A. BLOUNT, F. C. BRENT W. K. HYKR 1)> ;;

bouses and with great success. As an For a nrapportlOBnttnt. bed a little over two days, against fashion and is adapted to'almost D. O. BRENT jr
\ example of how useful this scheme The taking: of the census means another ten days for tbe former attack. The any I ,
kind of wood. although It looks particularly -

i may and: Last this year man's Easter stock came of lilies rather was Probably congressional this: reapportionmcnt reapportkmuient.will betaken ,second have been attack equally I am as satisfied bad as the would first well with tbe preen stain so r d kti! tZ AU1 nl I III Ji

,. (r) 1 rather In their liacUwanl greenhouse budding a double so row he put oft preys and up In will the Ill nest In the session hands of of('thecenses flfl. but had for to go the to use bed of in this about remedy six hours as I ,' much Large In tassels fashion made for summer of linen furniture.thread in Ftrdp: :; [; n ght[ : L LfWe

after being 'stuck' with it, while l in the same colors as the grass cloth are
committee. The reapportlonKient -
arc lights keeping them burning all the first case I was able to attend to mot effective as a finish for such corners
J1llht. and so forced the growth that he is done by law and, althoughthe business! about two days before getting nail the like. draw onr own Bills of Exchange on Great Britain Irk' .

- f" had tilt plants ready for market ahead senate passes upon the measure 'down.' For sale by Hannah Germany, Franco Austria, Italy Holland Hpain, Belgium Rn"-:.a .N .

'1C' ft many of his competitors. the framing of the bill is left almost Bros and all medicine dealers.FINK Nest to grass cloth. linens and denims way, Sweden, Denmark and other European conntrief.
which come In all grades from the
entirely to the Louse of rl'prl'I'l'ntalh't's.whkI -- ----

Is affected by, the change. The rOL'LTUVrA coarse cheap port that are effective for fVeaeels Disbursed upon the Most Favorable l Terms, and I' <-,

t.!C I I consider it not only neighbor It pl T but a duty owe to inv : I C. Corner's Poultry Yard.
ere popular for summer furnishings.J. after Vessel Arrives there. 1
clf which has followed -
tell about the wonderful CUP- -ct-
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the tlm..I ujuf .t'nolI"-'IIt1l the Louse of I am now ready to sell eggs for set I IDrSafety
fti ed In case by every
't my .
!; ting from the following breeds of I. Stephens has a large assortment
' t' Chamberlain'Olic, Cholera! and representatives be increased in number : Deposit Boxes for Rent in Connection

.'" it": Diarrhoea Kemt-dv. I wail taken or the proportion I.f population to each chickens : Dark Bra BrahmnmasViilte hma\ PartridgeCochins < of Kolid Sterling Silver andRogers with which we hare a Private Apartment for the Use
t and IIi Light Knives! Forks and
ilux procured
badly with Spoons
; t'r member be increased? Sometimes! one Cochin, Plymouth Hocks, Brow of Ren t.orA.
bottleofthi'1rl'mt'd\ few dop= ---- -- -
. J- of it effected a permanent etire. Itr plan is ndopti-d. sometimes the other IeglimrnsVyndotts.: My fowl* are Snbcribp to Tn i: ::\ EWS only 10

4.; ;; ;.' take plea-ure in recommending it to and occasionally there Is a compromise.Feme from the very best strains I to be cents per week

LI f1i rtther* &.utTein.r from that dieadfnl 1 1NI' states are constantly growing found and I invite the public to c'tll THE ORIGINAL * LYNCH !),>", W.Va. and demand a \lanrcr number of reprcseuti'tives. and see my poultry 'IHd-about 7"" Dove brand hams anti

". Tliis 1'.1111'I.I.. "
I5ro-, 21 South" P.ilafox street. : r.nd !iu order to retain tu>!r old nieitiIcrrLIp "STL's for $ l.a). Lor IK COI.MX?, Swift's butterine. Wil-

: liclit: for aa ini'reased reprenutjtlou. i1; tf :\llIua f'r.SEMINOLi liams' and Chnrljouneau's riT. !L UI U!

\1f1 Nine chance in ten it's your kid : 'iac: -..nm' is now l.ngc. jellies and at H.iu1Ior's \ .
prcscivus '
ibin't\ ;
nej> that need attention if you The Sr.7: M-uf.H: till\ tIme! l.all. It U PAINT. t "4rL
400 Fala-
feel wtll. FOLEY'S Kii I:> tCna: .
a co{!'y r.u1 i ..n1tmsig and
makehealthy kiJt!,'\ :. and will {'nT Qtw.opt.
another! iivreas-v will al.i"st nei-e"..!- I 1'HttlltKl.lSOLD I __ __ -'f
I J11:1k.'I well. Ni tlinz e-e "jutasgutil. __ u ,: ATLO.
\." W. A D' tate ta"ag out tindesks nud crowdins:

, -- the! 1'1'.:..* togi'th An arirurn-at in llfHufaltnrcd: ( by flm a Paini Wnrs: '-1 r.Ai.r.n I'JWI'UI."ILL ; ,

L p.o.-s & <'O.It f'.vo" ,of Ia is: AIllrilll
BY ALL DEALERS LizLt.II.'im-F.mnzimms-r.l
f ,' 1)1 I-'nEl'X i" ::"wr t'>::n the pvport'imcf .. BEER.
___ :I. Illltll I:: o rlncK \t.. ..IllHill.
p:>;>i'lat i4.! !: I.. i.t-l'! tm.'male'r H thatt n'"IIy /.4:
I I I1.-1! !I. ai.d thou "l'l'ilt-d| fo: ..
('all lor Slate eml\l'nti..n '.t' hlll: (' i Is stri'-tly I representative oft V Mi-iuetiiiir .ind 1'111'Mint: ti\eb" :::, .
J. E. Dubuisson & Bro.
J 'RII r.., n !'IIII"I"'mwrlIc.11"n tt> !.(> )te' i
  • and the smaller!\ nnutlier of eonin P'-n-iK'ola: lay ard <*:iii! ,i ': "

    I'1 lie. If n '.1. ; IJII"ot.-I1I"johl..rl'CII: y. jumK' peo'Je! iipn-irtioneil to e-ieh: uian tin'wine Ccr. luttiuiriifla arid :itrENicoLA. : lit iit Sound. l''la. 1'iain. spee I fir i.- j,; _; \t J. tflDAfc Sole Wholesalelss / ; -

    a. Ti "- mot! :rati I.y ..f tif! 'att- ..f "'"r- reprcbei'tatixe\ the tliaraiter of : r'L t. tion-.tnJ f.ini-, > of projo-al III.:)' i I't.taimcd -,.;.;.-: ---' ,
    I .da" ii: :'H.IH .' _t .1' ..lIll'n'l..nltl.I'k.o i- the .. TVvlcii'ii en :i'ppiientinit: to tLid i : r
    l-ody. I.1111111".j.
    hll' -
    Thi *n I I "- ;nr in -
    I \ .1.. .' i. iii.iitv, .iii-.c. li\>, at i-: neon for tin' ,:vt o BrIH;. |* i"r "Miml ..ltl'.nrll Imt.I..rtt:-> .1 HI'. A. N. DAMP.KLL./: .;. ',. ; : Hisiiis. 'mm iaa!! uresiu[ in !1,'" <
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    ; Ti d!.' !t..|.. .1, I- -Ki1* t" r<'|ir--iil th%> st ist..rt .. VHu'T tho river an-1 harlmr, committee !IllloIllltl' I. an- ..ITi-im.. ccru'Miii' in ,.: < OH' '. ( '", /' '-.' !:".fi..' 'I '. .' .1 1- Y--/ : I.L\ ,

    ; IL i! i ntt>t K IIH*r.!",1011I'ti'v.crmu. 1".Ju'Y.II'.t'UIO"i. :1\4.,; tolhMi lo went on a trip into Virginia recent p IIICI.IK.'o.nti.: !!1o 1 IH.Mwl.o ifonlfliyKs -.'ia\; or"t'L.It i. i-. :::!II.f'Ol1hl. .1; :: ?1 : ':: Paul 1 J)13) 3Jd! i E S rm[) ;; lebrat v: L. '

    :\1.11I1'I ...h' mnilltlaiiK {..r II.I .. i ttit-rr t.lvu'Vi.i ly. tu! >y took along one of t'ie! !);Ire / |"tcialiv! i.aaptul to 1:0.,1.: M.:" --

    I. "i,' .I''stir.. uI tin.: *..J.r-i1.'' i "I'.rl. Imy-t vt the louse. Aiumt:; the old\ En-. C LTHPILLS J.t.f!.,:: ra( i smii jf F eifsiitii.5.! !!]
    f--..1 nl :sat-. Atl"iiii-.s..It..rns l lOUM I.J ,
    n iH'jr p !
    .:r..ll.r.: '! r-tt,U'i.r. ( uiliii.-i.'l-in>! pLfvi: they \isifd was .rII II'1'Wl1. l o (aaloo..U.. l'tJ\; \ ;:\" ION E ;fiiiYU l .;. ,'f'J.'. 'i ,. 1'110\1: 11. : : : : 1:0\: -, -

    rili'i.c-; >.liik HUH. ull1I1I1"h..r f-t A ;:ri- the roof, of the first settienunt in .. : ''':
    .. Kiiiliotit i 'iiiiil-'t'i l >'ullll'' '1 America. It l.", a historic; oM hi1ai'-. nnd I-.r lie I'it-.-, f'ongrfsnil I>iitl Ft." V ") S,i .,' I ....tli.g .
    irrnn II 0 iir > ..r. fi'iir rrt-M-i'tml Mfcrir t-<: \ IIU'III. I f.l'- i.'s.l.I4 .It ',, ,
    ) 1"1 '" I 7)
    "n t. Army 1'lIr.1 IL" i ti
    < till for ili-ninrrntii coi.Miitxn cf tfcfirl ( .
    mill f.itir Hiti-nuii--. t' txi iMl 'or nifir a .
    < the oM elr.iu'j bult! of bHek Lrmtght: r---J"I &:1" 0..1. L" r-- 's
    i-v r. >;iilirtiit*' i-lu-iion. t.ul nttm > l :Ci 1 I1 roiiin'Sioiinl.. district of itir... t>(ntf .f "TV_:. .:.-. V* ... ,. IlV',. "....","''r 1. _,... -. ., '. .
    '1' I tt.-h! "I b..r I ..-in1hs may IPI.- over from Kaplauil; wsrly yearssizo KlorUn.. .I) Im -ld M 1'1111111.1"! Kn>r.c-. .. \S I'. ." .Q, *.*l; lttuO__ R Bud 1m. .II Irll"r.lo.ft c' I )11\ '" .Iltl.t :411I' "
    ... .., :'I/\\ :)llh..rII.. I.I II.'I I / friM.; .. i. IHt8Ud..d 0
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    1. H III- < "\ nll.H; : still! stn..l.; as a tIkof the pas! I w. ,.' .i I- l'.r:l.-ulnr.. Irxlmifiit. '
    III. iIIt!.'ttlt ri-uiille<> In th> FlHt will l lot' dttiiteratic party of > *- tv. L* 5. "IM'.., '.,I.-.1K..-,. r
    The :> 1'iy .-.1 the o\ -r\\iu liningdesire : .1.1! i of 1o. of F"'rJdo.t" II[! '
    trfl4 ii.- ritit t.'- Il> t h. coi\i'lilnll, UU'1I theif pas.: ( )>tncl t f.thtf -\ f. fir.. '.1..1. :il. :4 !I'I .1111 ....... t'f r.r. .. 111111111: Co ..' tI- 01' the! Aicirieau rt'ithuu'I'r.. :iiolii It. i.oJlI Ii I."II'I.1 fotiMiilion. ill 'Jn.iiion : '---. ', .. .hloh.'h..I... : .. ;:!'S j'
    rfiiti. f<-r .-....h cn<* liii.iludtb -(, >. r.i-t '''1 !tiiti".( \\Hln-MJitj :Mny null, at lI'clcfk It "" i I.U..n i. r' I'l. 'f. 5 |
    # t./rMUlldil- lb.. >1,10' IIclo..I !h.t r... for h" f : trl\<>ii iLf hli.i- in.nil rrKriirrnl i.; nlilit th< the fence of a'Le. I.U chur. h by ...mof H. Hitilidiite lor clnKl'''.s fn,in 'itnl iii>tncio
    ..I.-nu:. ,.1 lv". Mul .'n"l11'"IJIoI'41! thC nfivsietitb cousr ",f tbr I'l.It: II t illan'Coppersmiths Bros. Ce.'f'r
    : \,'I..IIlr tli. 1111.111 inw'ii11 "u'.lbt'r.1 111" i:>erilierVhaf: an you dA'nV'Lc "stHteKloln? .'tl"lI fornt lh" nt-xt < lrtMiii .
    It Hini'tuil' I.' tty: <-r tunrt*. ; b< was a-ktjil. T "::ay. Mr. -." he tiM to Iroll..III.t Midi' t.tflT busiutsb may
    ..initilttf.' IIH- HI..I'i I: piMilmntl r. .'IIU..IJI''ro' urd C.frM UIMlnl1" h..." II>" i, ... .i. 11II.1t'tt-.pHt I I whimpered, "do I !1..11.! Buy dfferentVI ; :Jht-d.ffi-ri'iitcol.iilifsiii .lliort .trli-t w.ll 1 TIlE f FIkVOflhTEPlace
    tlif ilx'tiuii of .8 4< in any county tot >o you notice any huie: ; i iu me':"' -" I'll (lel"tiHii-s in tic eon'. u:loli U|>i II 'I! i
    lfti<- otlK-i'r-. 1 be ('i.ii iii t.t UM!< r tln> rut* t4II,( \\ IIII; IIH-I-- (>f |"prrmtatIemm : 1'111'(ti"'- \
    .. Will IM rtlUlli-li 10 II (Tt-M lai.tilll US: 1t4lot. ''You lock a littl.tled: t p. replied Mat! fur.I'hcli llM) \ote' "IIH fi.r the eum.OilitC .- ,
    .pf th? ineiiibiT.TelI.. dou't say :iiy- fur. .u.migreiIn lIl1ll1hlnl.1 nt tIm flirilun

    Alachuahrniitord .It 1.:1.. .. .11 thing alKiut! It." said the lioy. "but I ,,10111101111101.for eoui2rct.iiip.n.. for thf luld ruction m in I Ifo'i. IM sixl tipiUi nut--.s For Pensacola' General Metal Worker
    .l Ii Levy t
    Err : LibertyManatee I La\e got a brick! ri-iht here." And hepatteil .-..El wli<*rhnsaso > .
    t I t'"wIIIIII..e iowwt Hfid.tiut.nt

    I'albouii r.rrvanl _. :i Al I 1..t"11 j n his I'tomadl proudly. where he incrtaert wlu-re thw otto for ron- Buyers to Buy Lafactti Of G HMdjartfirs for I fit
    MarionVniinw I' Lad buttoned a brick < f the old church mrrtliII \\11. nt IIK firction of
    'itru l"i in ai.y count) TliH countiiundnr
    ; l'I"- I which lie hlll'll'I.I'll1ul! of the wall. ,Ill fct.tlnl
    tI.l. rulf % ti> rrprrxt'r.tHlioii
    II ;\ ; ; ,
    i'4.1.tltihii iiau t ..
    1',1.. 4 ""'UII" ...F' "IcUlrtn Jones." 8 f.llo > :
    I',,!! ito 1\ 11..8 _. ;: That I is wLat they call onof the reprprnt.itives ralhoun.DeSoto ._. ., "I ICltrui .. : Choice FamilyGROCERIES Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turpentine Still
    J DJ\3'' ::! I't-t-o 4 .. ......_ S l.-eittiiltiit I
    .:..'811\10111 I II I folk : from Washington: beeau<>> r i ......*i ... ... :i Olf.d..n _. '" .
    .' t "t. Jot.,,. .. 1tilkhJ..1I he hails from the town of VaMma (pronounced HernandoHolmes ...... 2 IlIlthftrou.b .1 C.ipit' Oitfiis aliays oa hud, art reding decs h L tin e&B&trj.
    1 7 Putnam ... ... ..- t Jitiksi.o "_ II
    Yal k..-.i-niahi. 'I'h' town is .. .
    Hamilton t Mtnta 1{.).a h III l.arnyrtle _. ... ::
    lUrrmniloHllMioro t /'IulIIl..r f named for a tribe of Indian: and in iVe1"_ ... f I-eon .. .. J:: MOBILE ALA.
    :!I' SuwnnnreInvlor .. I."") .... ... ...._ II Liberty ......... .. ,
    Hoi tile* 3 :tJar""I. Iml''ay an Intimation has pot around ;Manatee 3 ti..nrttPa'co ... .f
    ii Yr.lUMHVakulla .. that Mr. Jones has some blood connection .... .. t \I -
    4! Jrffer.anLafa 14 \ i :a "ant KosaWakulla .. 7 Taylor..... -IS AT-
    *ltUke .: Walt.ui 4 with the tribe. This! probably: I Is .... j Walton ...... ...... Ii
    i \\'..uiUKon :I because of Ills nppoaran-e. In-ing Wasblneton 3
    L. t The coui>ti<' will .ll'ct (beirdelegates In The Well-Known,
    with a wealth of straight
    1 h. c'ttinth" V ill nelect their (deleRatei' any manner blch' may be considered tie't Umd ad alm
    an) tuaaner whlrb nmv be considered bem black Lar! and a quiet stealthy tread by'tho people,acting through tbe party or- Up-to-Date Store h kirn r n ,
    i bJ thw people avtlnit tbr.>ugh the party orgaoUatlonai ninth like that of an Indian. Mr. .Ion-s gaouation. a recognized by tbe hut con.
    m-oKiilzrd! by the laft Hate gresMonal convention. All democrats arcinvited
    4 cor\'I'n Ion. All democrat are Invited to \vill enter the senate chamber from the to participate! In the -election of
    I participate in th" telrctioa oft deleRatetiberrto tuaiu door and glance furtively alnmt delegates thereto. Including those who -OFHEJTZ -
    *includin; Ih..... bo have becomejuaittled bave become qualified to vote since the *Everything New and Clean.-%
    ( to tot* since the I nut election.Thf the! chamber and then glide cautiously last election.
    I chairman and .rcrrtpryotracb county i into some corner and<< listen to the proceedings. The chairman and .eeretaryof each coun
    convention held for III.. iiurpoieof electing ty convention held for the purpose of selectIng & GO The Most Attractive in the Entire City. Regular Meal :Served I-
    delegate* to the late contention are Notwithstanding the reputation delegates to tbe first congrssstonal convention
    rtqneitetl In ..ud to Hon. W. A. l.. lir. Jones Las acquired he is not are requested to seed to W. K.Henderson ani Short Orders served: at all hoar :SpechdVeckly Hat-
    Tallihaxee. fiR.. a II rtt.n or j chairman Tampa. Florida a
    priiitrd copy cf the proceedings: of such I related to the Yakiuias, but comes written or printed copy or the proceedingsof .
    county cunxenliontoiether II lib a 1i.1 011 from the sturdy Welsh stock is a native such eountyconsentions.iogetho-r lib
    lb. oamoof the county executive ronimlttre a list of tbe names of the county executivecommittee. t. -120-122- A. E. BAKER & CO. Proprietors
    in .. lncti should be de lKimteil tbetialrman ; of Illinois! and did not so to Yaki- In .. btch should he designated ,

    ( aktt iccieiary of curb c.'mniittee.w. ma until :). the chairman and secretary cf Such committee. E. Government Street.
    A. H.\'LIi \v. H. HEs'rlIR'os.:
    J. C. Poorru. Ctiatrman.LcrrIary _____ ARTHra Drrvs: l'EBRY G. WALL. Chairman. 14 EAST GOVERNMENT STREET.
    I Try Tm :SEWS Want Column. j Secretary. TELEPHONE 261.

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    t.... ...o.o.o..o.o.o.o--o aol PEOPLE OF THE DAY. I YOUTHS' DEPARTMENT. IAa I THE SPORTING WORLD. ,I XOFFETTS Allays Irritatico, Aids Digestici

    Ir't Bov,cii, ;? t +}
    Charles! A. Towne of Minnesota has Eair Multiplication Tablet Budd oble was formerly the greatest TDK. N I the Child, :

    !I FOR THE FARMER i. been for vice nominated president' by of the the People's United States.Party Loud Doe Story of Kite.- A >eiTForm rt'in.maD In this country but for l If11 M i: T NAStrcngthtns Easy. ; J K

    0 several years he has been in the background ) the Bo ao
    The which\ made at Sioux E
    : .c.o.o.o.o. t'eket was -- ASAS
    yr .ceo.oNO This however, he has + Troubles of Children of
    , -. Falls, contains the of William J.lIr:1n Sometimes It is to hare season +'
    name ; handy con1venieut '( p Costs only 2cents at Druggists, ANY AGE. :; 3.t
    iircifrssion under prl'1.1'1" !;- forsaken the harness horses for the
    ,c I< o
    for .
    as the candidate president.Mr. a multlplU-ntion tab3! which ,
    K yea; t ria n : toc.J. MOFFETT M. D. ST. LOU IS, MO. ;
    itiii'litions In- .
    \f niu't Towne has ln.eii prominent in the1Ilall'O carries fcrtuer than the cne In your thoroughbred; He will! act as trainer Pt',
    t'' i I' faire nod inoriat. r : cf the silver question an.ldl head and wh! -h you may refer to for a : for "Lucky" Baldwin, the California: - }

    ,. r.glit; nilmlfl men. fays Tex- the IlcpuLIU-an: party with Senator quick answer la time of need. The ac- millionaire.

    i 1,1 1 1:11I1'11:: Tincruile m th-! \ Teller and others lKH.-au of dis-atlu- foiupuujln: table shows ail the multiplications IVeaui-e of his great reputation as a Chast Turner

    i,;-r nturm tit the j I'a"t are factlou: with the party's attitude on the from ::times 1 to 15; times 1Z;;. trainer and driver of trotters; oble's ,
    ,:...11. tinnMilti y pre For Instance
    thnt wish
    suppose you to career on the turf will be watched with
    > and l prattlra111ierinlenta- tin,) the product of 15 times 14. You
    had great mtertst. There is no reason why 1 ARCHITECT I IAND
    wi hate rdncnt-
    I i.isv
    run your tm;<'r along the liottuni line:
    II I ho W no more of the lnt11t! !Is under the 14 of the top line.
    ',,, cr rlc-l1lturc' : '"
    You will iud that your finger; I Is on #
    -U !hnIN''r. Many of
    u 210, the eorrect nu wI'r.
    ( i::1.1 l l r"II.1 lea>ar's "I' Itt-I- _.
    'd i fit"Illn! r in the oris- I, :i,-3alc,; ; 8i;if- SI|- ;ij) lot!-11;-1:1: 13,; II, IS General Contractor.

    .1..1 not know that nltru1 =. iitsin,111liht1'43lf- : |- ,-24 SA :2S|Ia>) r- -

    1 '!.. !) resIN'iiyable: for the 31- 6 y.uii, ; i2i, | 34, 2;, *i| ai, yj;:w tf /S Ts if 1

    ....Ilfr in Knitting \\lioat, .: 1.'.IN,:>ii,24 _+i S2| 3hT"l| | 44 4-1\ 5:' 5>5 fiiTi
    'i 1.!: lliflr! vjcs. They _" 1J-li:JII.s.i141Jji; :>J-b,, 3 I lMti., .., iOIiI { Building; Repairing Mantel and Orate Setting riutnbiuir, Steam, Water

    -Mrat the "pr,'Ui'in of the U I; !iJJ Jc.! i32 i! 'I| 34, bOI' ftl, ::J. 7H,, 4, 'J) and Has Fittiuj ,
    -. ; '"7.1 a-_, ,;;, .;,l-Jell| C3, iiil7i| -M.-VI1'' :b'ki '
    'mill not r.ilnil.up a 1ml-
    'it A Complete Plumbing Department under the '
    :, fur oil Hritiillo. They ; bl .:4.t:: .1,4,1,, :; J'i, 64, 72!! S.)' =-'I-jtj-ilJl 112,fjji

    !J:5,, SI, c.I| 72, J-lj, 00, W.1,10117 Uil.13o r
    u tl!." Niktlcal history of the r Management of E. B. Morey.
    MI Ati'Viml-r: II.iiinlt.iu to ;Jil.j.5tI.WI:: | | tOi WI'II1I1I| -<1,IJU.lMJ.lCKl7lJf.j v

    M' l\inl-> without knowing fr 1 \ 44 :a M! 77 1. 'j) 11J,121 1J2:1U,1J4, ; 1631J LR& ArTistic D'sJttn: l'jtimat Plans and Specifications for Build :)

    .i?. IN.twt't'1i a lll.l'rlan 21.,t4s.til.11 61, 10) IIJ'll D1L2,1411'rlugiui, : lug; oi All Kind, Prepared on Short Notice
    TJ,w-4-1 a;j7;:i>Ciiw iif L)111J,1.I, ;jJiimM t ; :
    iinl a Mr\i! : <-iii linnij <.n a -'A Lir: ..:t and 1 Car*-fuIy! wel"ctfJ Stock of Fine Mantel, Grates, :: : ..

    14 3 4J ifc; 7l),M. 112 UiUO, .U4 Iw.1-i.iJn 21U
    1'n'j' ttiptiliicnti.l !lu all ( Tilnur uf Ali hinds, lath Tub, Closet, and Household Appliances, Steam, :- :
    :i .> !!<'if, l'l1t l didn't know I 1.i JnLin)7Js)1rJ131)1t: : ,1.0i1i51"V'i'53111,3a: Hot Water and Gas }o ixtut't'-. .'. 1-s

    ,-trv Lad nnthine to il)"inx 1 THK MULTIV1.ICATIOX TALLK. '

    I .,"ttlf or iioiinsliins; corn a f t To \increase the sire of your hanlymultipIieiUion No. 19 S. Palafox St. :: Telephone No. 345. ; l

    Cut lilt i: nltunil l- table: simply add more __ d -.. l'1
    clianslii: all that and arc CII.UL1:3:: A. TOW'NE. lines; at tie iM.ttom (.f th. table and \ ,' .
    tit f.iriiHTs who ran give a fl1".tlnn (.f free eluag" at the l'n\"rn. more columns at the ('uIIJU<) till in the -T"HE--; .;,..f/,.,

    '. :1 Irh.tltllrnll'nlt"'.sos. who t"m of l'' .Hi. Mr. Towne repiesuitetlthe \ blank: paces with the proper multipli \ \ J .:

    it, kind of f.N.lls iK'vilci l.yi : Sixth Mlnnev.t.v district in the 1'if- I I cations. 1'or instance, ia :addu'j! theslxteeus

    ,talk .>f iiirn l't w to fallen tj-fourth eoire'S. He h i ut present I to the table the first number

    a f. I.! at tinlfi.t pii'..iikit of the national Silver Itepuli- in the new line, bejl.uiig: at the left Citizens National Bank

    -.' n.i'cs are i'ot, turning 1 Iran; party.' This party will hold a : and tIe ton Lumber at the new right

    ,pgti:; such farinrrs. but it is iiailiiiial! : nominating i-oii\enti! in hand column will be lit The second

    f m'.t! of the oili.-jrt's. Inn the 1::!11"lS City on July 4. at the same ; number on the hue will be ::., and the nrDDDOnLE.

    v |I.<> I"-n\f their alum mater time and l place of the Democratic uatioualcoinentioii. I second nuriU-r In the i-oluivn I will be Doble's experience in the sulky should' OF P1 NS4Li11 A. '_

    firm !I. Im-rciisiiis cwry year I, X. The third number In the line and not be of great use to h'm' in his new r ,' 19

    try such fanniT NnniM's a the third numl:et; in the column will lie line. He understands horses thoughsuch L. HILTON GREEN, JOHN F.I'FEIFFER. ,"' 'Jt

    with all u his ncicliliurs for im-' \f\\ I'. Morion. Farmer. I i 4S and so on until nil the :Til spaces of things us the stride and speed of PRESIDENT CASHIER. .. .:' F

    ,'rIlan li.-..n a wninli'tful Im- The merging;: of ex-Vice President ; the new line and column are lillc.1. ,, the runners will IK new to him. lie T. E. WELLES, R. M. IIGSID ELI., : ': i ::1

    'lit in rC'C'I'ut year, ami there Is \A'I\ *. Morton's trust company marks ,, -- could drive his trotters, but, he cannotildt ,, VICE-PKESIDEST. ASST. CASHIER. :' .. "J!
    r monMtpm-. his final rctironieut from all l>u>ine>scares I A Good DORAn Story the runners.If .
    (>\ pt those which cluster al jut 1'tiKlish: magazine tells a novel lioble. can develop great runnersat DIRECTORS: .. }

    ( < In Ihr North hU iH-antifuI home Kllcrslie. near I tale of a dog to which Interest is added his age tW years, he will round outa ., T. E. WELLES, WM. Fl HEr.. RIX M. ROBINSON .-t: t t
    Il'- thought th> (iiwM.aal.ii'tt was Khineehtf. He I is now free to devote by the fact that thc Incident\ renlly oc- remarkable career on the turf in a of E. E. :Sauuders ACo. J
    < \ "
    *! to a M'tithtru climate hhn.self entirely to his favorite pursuit ', curred. 7.\!: was a fox terrier of dauntless must 8t.'natloDalmllnuer. K. J. WU1TMIRE, JOHN F. PFEIFFER MORRIS BEAR "o\
    \ew Iii: ;:Ltn>l. but Mrs. fJcorsruis .>
    -dJkk"1I raislll;:. courage and an Independence of L. HILTON GREEN. .- .,
    writes to The Practical Mr. Morton has long been nn authority 1! spirit that defli-d authority. ... ..!$' {,"
    The Gain. :
    IntrrcoHfRlnteThe -------
    has for v dr ,
    shy them
    that groan on Jersey cattle, hilt his fame as a lIe had the self taught aceomplishment -
    .. college athletes are working In A General Business "
    in .utlc'rn'c'rm"t Transacted.
    i ; Past i Banking :
    chicken! raiser is only now being ex-: | of diving, but his metluNl was preparation for the intercollegiategames )
    results! has tried the '
    I factory ; plotted. lIe so experts say : wholly c1it''t'r..ut from that of otherdogs. s
    this as thha'e Itevrrworked
    the t'l.iy ancl Warren's Extra the finest hennery In the world. Ills lie would walk to the edge of year

    and| and tln.U the Litter than to proiluoeMII either l.::i incubators hatch out ai.cjally hundrinls '''thp. pond and then into It. Keeping before. of Last little year Syracuse, when university therepresentatives Vessels' Accounts Handled on Favorable Terms, Ex. j ;Ij

    more foliage of chicks! that delight thoM who along: the bottom until he came to sometreasure '
    t91 in rills carried home a neat bunch of Clause= : Bought end Sold Collections ;;
    uthtr I-ij-t: year 0.4.\\ the : .t/
    dire at the WaldorfAstoria. I>cluumleo's which he brought to surface. ,
    ribbons from the .
    4-t apart It n>\',Tetl the ground ,. ;h.'rr"s111,1 the fashionable: Attended To.ACCOUNTS
    :: Promptly
    : elated .
    the : but this
    Hjraiusans were : 1
    ftt Mill where rlueriKt 2
    high: on
    clubs.Mr. One day while thus; engaged; he foun.l1 with Prinsteln's tr
    \1111\ grown, Jnilclng: liy "II Morto.i l is an Ideal gentleman : a water pole &hoiit: s'n feet in length.It : year magnificent -: .... :
    broad of few weeks a
    ,f .. WIIt'II >Mil l Jump a ago to encourage SOLICITED. 1xlMrirhu9 fanner, e.Mept that he spoils traditionliy was very heavy, but he struggledvaliantly / elation j -1'; :.
    them, their knows no .
    1! <>. the 1'111al"ne .
    :nr: rntt IN'l / !kin 'fh Income from : his to '.
    inn ; i.ioney ( and Imniiiht prize \ '. .1
    bounds. With Jlass: In the weight ,
    : of milk ; -- ---- - ,
    i 2tr: iM.iiiuU per cow his hennery, dairy and vegetable !:ar.j shore. Notwithstanding his master's .
    events, ITinstein iu the broad jump F
    than with (i
    re corn di den is more thou: $'jr: ;,0 moal'' 81t11l good sprinter or two not to mention -
    's' worth of liran and oil
    (111 another test a pra <\ rut ears and all. reason to be hopeful. i iGkus jl)
    corn IJI|
    the stalls are lighted: by eleetrleity. and the fieId-4, taking a short cut.
    1 i5 111:111.n to
    a dangerous
    ., U with 7 cents' ,
    pea hay all the fastened nleLelpiatiil he fence IH1PIONEERLAUNDRYOFWE31FLORIDA I
    and nil meal uhadeof cows are by i Presently came to a paling MeCrackeu of IVniisjlvani.i, and Prln-Itoll.ill i
    in a cl.iy,

    and huller a newel ItrulIn >- and curried chains...liil1111.1,Every instead cow is of brushed IodlltUrII.1 and U'ins. he unprepariHl laid[ down for the such pule and'animerp'iiey i-s the of only Pennsylvania man in America tears whom Prin- ,iKricnzloia f f l r f r I j"J.L.

    gnlug io\\pea hay out to Pasture I is given two sat In-side it to think out a plan of ac fitein has brnkeu\ Kraenzleiu's record :. x

    i.irit: frlllllllIaI:1 \x-\. sue hours eJ-crcise out of 21, this 1'I'il1Oa' ; tion. This made blot! master of the sit .,,:" ,
    ., .d--\ ", This 'I this year, and in the opinion of manyuthhtes t
    IK :1 w '1,1. variety of tl.e owner's of avoidingdiseae. '. .;; e. ;
    ) he
    lIati..II.In jtimiiod suddenly
    ways up It I N which will win .. .' ,.;
    'n l.i:>!hi Is of ..,...,1 l IH'r acreia I .1 toss Up .r -t
    ., there ,. caught the pole by one end and dragged oa Columbia Cold: on the 2iUh of this Collecting and Delivering : t.
    y \ > cut liefuie was : f
    Now that Mr. :.Morton has abandoned it lifter: him lietweeu the pnllll:':'".
    mi.nth. Mike Mmpliy' Is silent in regard
    Ire..l bankl, ?:. he will busy himself lij scllli 'Then with n short I bark of satisfaction 'r
    to Kraeiizlein's chances In tliebroad \
    IrUli liitinmt tiro ttlug. ':: sine; !;lg; '!hi*..kens at $'_'.:,!II aud ?.1 a he took: the pole In his teeth by ( juJU I this, and the Sjiacnsr.ns Laundry Work I 'l''r. .i..

    l I.I f.iti.l that toli.iceo I can pair. milk at 1 n_ cents and cream at W the middle! balancing; it uldly, and are ii..lined to take this! silenee as '
    an.l all his! veguatdes at ? is i always done promptly to your I: ,1.1ortl'r
    'Mr.lly!! grown in Inland. M.\S cents a quail soon reached homo, where he dropped an indication that Kraen/.leiu is not iu =
    \lill' ruliixator. 'IhU is not :.i> per cent more than any one clM recehes. ,. It on the lawn His master lad fulluw- list hut of f.iii'i. Inasmuch as Mur- and you never get other peo .1 ? :

    'l/e <'ull..idrrilig; the fait that toil 'i I ed him alit had seen theliulo per- pij's wonder has been more or less undi n- -/ ple's linen instead: of your own. We 1'k't i

    Is iri'\\n in this oiintry int'lciu \-- formaure. 'r the weather this season there Issome are cureful in. both handling and .' 1 ,
    Ior lee Prrviilrnf.
    status where the reason* for for tiii laundering your shirts. collars cuffs .
    The I'tll.lablst'C'11 to have a fond- '1 \ New Form of Kltr.Scientitie reas.m < MispMoii.Vhether \ : j;
    I ti: are shorter tluin! in Ireland. i'-ss for !.S.iiincsota men when It comes kite tljins has mae great \ Kr.ieiix.lein wins in the i etc.. and send them home looking .A ,l'as

    there is hva\s a I.NItI deal of tu taming: ; candidate: for voce presidentof '. progress in recent i'ears. The Companion \ broad jllllp"r not there Is out a man good as new Our laundry work .F.l

    "ire! In the liKh snuinier. It is the I'nited States The regular or has frequently noted the achleve- in the country who tan beat: him in the beyond rivalry, and i* peerless! in ; ..' 4u tits

    1 1. in fact l>y Its m-amess! to the "fusion" wlog nominated Charles A.Towne. meats at the Hhu/Hill observatory iu hurdles, so Pennsylvania Is sure to (iuisite color and finish. .,; .; .oJ

    .In'III1.: which makes! the Island and the Middle of the Koadcrs: Milton Mass. (J..V. rrlsmuth of Philadelphia take her amMomcd tin points III these ) '\ ,
    and ;gives its reputation of 1'enays > events .' t .. :
    named Ignatius; Donnelly as a running \ has l borrowed an idea from ....
    r. t
    : \ernal. The nioi>tnre in There is no doubt that Pennsylvania -- --- -- :
    mate with \Vharton I'.arker. Mr. Don the balloon fly. or "telltale. used on !, '
    Injures the ijnallty of, the to- nelly 1ms Ion? been identllled with ships to st.the direction of the wind will win the games again this year, but I<1 ALL WORK C. O. D. f'. .1
    as it makes that inoNt. So, the general elief Is that her majorityof
    third patty: movements lie was ac and has consti-iHted a kite consisting of
    the plant prows most luxuriant- Hiints last will be somewhat '' TELEPHONE 114. 27 E. GARDEN 87 '
    tI111 the tlreenback Union Labor and three wines, one within the other. The [ year .J ig
    t t' a'I'r) p.ijinc H"I'. lri>htoliacio reduced by the combined efforts of
    mouth of each cone consists of a bam- rGOUD8 CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED FREE.--eQ f 1
    I- Is I ixit likely! to iM'cotne Princeton, Syracuse and Harvard. Yale''
    i hue circle, to which the silk bog Is fastened. J
    I l". 'i'| ::ar as to that prowii ;: The circles( In the experimentalkite may come In for a point or two more : WALKER INQKAHAM. Manager. :

    '. "ur own liiUltt. sunny >kll'''. are 12, IS and :24 Inches in dlame- than she won last year but It Is likely I' --t : ? l

    Li k of sunshine In Muamer makes I ter, and the cones are :24. CO: and 42 that she will) take these points from : '. .

    I, -Town tobacco rank and i' >orly I t inches in length: each, with a two inch Harvard and Columbia rather than ESTABLISHED 1883. ,. .;: 1;.; ,

    > ""d 1. What the Irish Miiple grow outlet nt the end. A little protuberance from Pennsylvania. -"., J.fc.

    t III tit will ijuite likely tic largely at the bottom of the outer bamboo \. '1: !
    >. .> Ihi.'tnsulte.s. Those who want Give orders the'
    hoop shows where a small lump of lead your McKENZIE OERTINQ & CO.
    I..t toliacco and can pay for it will ballast Is attached. The weight; of the drivers or phone 213 for tj1 ri
    ether' the Aiuerlcan. or some other
    entire construction is seven ounces. anything in the grocery. 0 -DIALKBS IH- 0
    f'tetl prodtllt.llird The kite at a height of l.OoO feet registered line. Prompt delivery. H.nller's i

    a pull of 10 pounds. It seems to 400 South Yala- and General dmare d .)
    > (rnln and ling. Ship Chandlery
    kite for and j
    bo an easy form cf boys ;
    '. fox street. Phone 213.
    i ,1' a pond mnnufactuiliii system
    t4'- amateurs to construct.Youth's Com t' rt
    '';"u"aad tmshels of mUetl grain 003 AND 60S S. PALIFOI STREET
    : ---- ------ -- -- i
    'I of live .. ".\..
    nturn \:': 11. /get in h..::s. It Is puttlnc a hi!: hulk t \ Insrrl nod Flo"f'U. -- -.-. AGENOY- ; .

    a"', al! ,'r package of less cast In \ For every tfower there is a different EUL !R t : REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLI G'S HONH CO.'B ;;

    'ta'loii at ad\amvd pritvs for V Insect that helps it ilin its seeds. The GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE A. RUSbEL & HON'S PCMP8. "tJi, \

    i sutned and leurlni; at lea>.t HI) sunflower\ has the bumblelx-es. the : Cava Eirtfiii, Ptiits Oils, BiDtiei! latreniDts Chits, hullers, ChIli ; ;
    I' 'a of 11111 II 11 rill I \ahie to lie r(- loxmtrs DOWEU.T.Farmors' small bees tir.d one of the first springbutterflies.

    t.. the farm. Ami let the Litn4 Alliance movements and was These busy little L.-lpers GENERAL INSURANCEAND OOMP.\ SE9. LOGS KTO.

    "t remains that on six: out one of the organizers of the People's work hard all the long sunny dajs.: C McKenzie Oertia; Collecting Agent for Hir Pilots Benevolent AHOcbtion.

    "- farm*, this last: MK !item IsMj Party In Omaha In 1S1)I2:: lie oppoted They dart from flower to dotter \piKh1 ] .
    or entirely lost, all for the nomination of \VllIiam J. I'.ryau at 1 Ins their long, slender tontines down to ___ ____n___ _____ __ __ __ 1s
    ::1! and ",' It'UI.Tllt'I..ollis.. the People's Party convention! in 1S1H5 I the very !bottoms of the flower cps.hieh h --

    ---. a:1.1 has since that time lien identified \\' the plants hold out so gladly Real Estate Agents, THE HEINE ACADEMY PF MUSIC SHTSL-MID.

    TrltnmlnK 1 rrr.. with the Mi'hllo! of the load element I and take every drop of l.oney tl:e> find. y
    No. S :North I'alafo-iStn-ft
    nit tnos SII a< to lime the w l.ieh: is now presenting:: him as its candidate I TInt Is all they ae after, but while IIESUCOI.FL.! .-\.
    :iu.l free not allowing any for vice\ president. Mr. Don they are getting the b/uuey they\ take, MISS EVELENE M. HEINE, Principal. Theca tiny Capsules src superior '

    '.9 to touch c.r Cross each othil nelly is an editor and some cf his ; too, a load of the! [KilK-n and (cave this MISS IDA PIAGGIO Assistant. I to Balsam: of Copaiba, }' t

    '-i ih-ml, 111"'" the first trimi Umks have been widely rtaJ. lie Is also nt the nl'xtllat'c' before they ;.o home. REPRESENT TWENTY-TWO OF TH I Voice t uitnrp; Vioi!! ant Pan) ., t.l'ip\11? iCvbcls and Injections @) a : t
    I LEADING FIRE LIFE MARINE, I 1" "",,,,,, : Ill." CU'I'l1, hnlntOIttui "odetln. J They cure in 48 hours thesane
    ) "i :a u insas.. its shajn! is author of the famous "crjptojram. This pollen from other 1.l".O1lS i i'<
    1 :11I.' tlie! cutting; away of the a uiiiue cipher! by means of which he what n.akcs the fruit: and the fiuvvcrseeds : u | diseases! without; anylnconUrieate. rs

    '., tn lit! done with le>s in- clair.icl: to prove that Lord flacon was fertile! so that they will grow OLAS5 AND COMPANIES STEAM BOILER. INSURANCE .. -. LION BEER St&J;:: BY ALL DRUGGISTS I (4

    ti.!.c iron when It I is ) CUll:; than ; I e author of the lajs and poems :generally when they are planted in the ground. DRINK

    1t'r ti1P. accredited to Shakespeare.Mllllonaire' .

    Had One nt Home. General AEEIUS of the Emutanii l! ll t CURE: YOURSELF = '

    ChsTCn.TI. I lii:'. t +r 11.11 t. r"r ui.n.l.11,,1 i ,
    : : Dniy Life. A class was being; examined in spelling .. lI.r. 11..1..."...... /
    Lire of (the L' :1.
    ':,. 1 te fit J 1a Rate A''."r.JI Mr. JoinV.. Mackay Is '1 multlci'l- the other day at a school in Manchester Assurance Society b..r.u. ) r"t"l1 'N 'Ir ...'.r.'u.
    : m n. ".l.un...
    l ';t/1 llcr.aire: : who cots board l l.uulging :mol! when the teacher questioned a 1 a'r. r I'." .. a., .f ..,IHII.
    UnitE'' states'
    ( ,.. ..
    1/ three! or four suits of clothes a year i ritf httle: girl a< follows: .."i. 1119 r poUT' rt

    Lis large; wealth. They say !';, 'Tthei. spell kitten." r :. :r\ :I. t.a III:IoW i' Ay,', .1.11'IruArIoI...r47rr4. II'
    P .,
    Pricn qun'Hy."ei ht. wants are few and his life so alapt! ; !' "1:, double I 1. double t, e, n," replied OIht'' ":.4WNDF.NCt. !' LlrnT. nSUBSCRIBE rI s " .1..111.. r" &lot.'_' 7'torc

    prompt that: pn.bably $1,.U\.l J covers his prnl .-< Ethel. ...rIt u '..... i
    delivery aud -
    polite expenses You are as apt t.. r;" "Kitten has two i's, then, has; it?" I .u.'t lY

    attention 'guaranteed at In New York in .' -- -- """'-
    4 rocs him as said the 'cacher.! ... -- -
    l .
    Tra M rk. 11 KKSTOOTHACHE ,
    H Moll-r'a. 400 South 1'rancisco in Mexico as la Mcn! rand r "Yes ma'am," answered Ethel confidently Er.ilor.-pJ by -\l\( Phy'cian4 as the

    PMnf often yon will\ glimpse! him la 1..,' ; "ours has." -10o only H"er ab-olately tree from adul EARACHE i E Es +

    ox street. Phone No. don or Paris. Mrs. Mackay. liovtlives ,\ --- teration. and NEURALGIA '

    .13, In London with an ann uS I cr-vl 1 NUTS tOe PHI porxn. 'I Y br'
    Geo. Pfeiffer, Agent, 1 x w : la. minute: all drugg'sti'! of
    h. - of $:_'t.'H.OCI't'r)' comfortably arkeeps i i Jacoby has 500 to 600 pound nfi THE DAlty Y nw 9 i : The Ti.I.o Mr clira I Co.' '

    .\il v', V1 pl.\y golf: If not \\11" not? the M''f-ay wealth from scatnatnBut1a't !i Italian Che=tnut. and Choice Hazel1 PENSACOLA. :\C limaJwij New Tork 't
    ; of 1 out !oods at the \VlllIs ComwerciAJ.I 1 which he i3 offering to closeout
    ,Ire Co Try It On Tap at 01 Sate end fur Booklrt.THE ;
    ,; ,
    ; Tatf Only Ten Cents Per Week. !
    I Try THE NEw9,10-CentS; a week. I at 10 cents per pound. -------------.N .",



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    THE .DAILY NEWS : I and certainly was strongly in evidence ANNUAL COMMENCEMENT r.- ... p p :..t'. """" -.
    at the recent populist national -. } -.;... .f....;.. .....;.. -;?; '. ,.
    I Of Public School No. 1 at the Opera ,
    Entered at the Post Office at Feniacola, convention. The democracy One 1CFR
    Fla., at kecond-cas matter. 'I House To-Night.
    'cm well afford to make its cam T VALUES
    The fifteenth annual

    Orrirc: Put Buildinc.SUJi: South 1'als- ''paign without such allies, if their [.';1r61
    of public school No. 1 will take
    street, up-btair.
    ox intention: to dictate: terms, as mani-
    -- - Woman's place at the opera house at 8 o'clock o -AT---- __ .
    PfBLHHED BY feted at that convention remainsto
    to-night under the auspices of the
    r TEE NEWS PDFLISHISG CO. be exploited at the Kansas City board of public In trt1cti'n.

    eonveution. ] THE $ BIG $ STORE
    ( Torms-lnvarlably in Advance. Letter The motto of the class of Unjo i iI.

    One )'1'I\r by Mail. . ... ... ........ .....15: ft1 THE New York Marine Journal is Take no Step Backward." The

    Hn Month .. ... 3 <."" profoundly disturbed because the class numbers 1-, a* follows! : Je-;::ie
    TbrfMontbs ... .. .1 il For One Week Begining
    Ou. M<>i th :>,. naval re
    Ooe Carrif payable Monday liTHE :Massachusetts MarylandSouth Carolina mail, Mattie Day }) () rtilJ.

    te! doctcrsd with two of William i::pence f urt.iu.
    and Florida recently declinedto
    WEEKLY NEWS: Henry Kirke Monroe, (Jeor,v William -
    go on the annual practice cruise: the best doctors in tho city : \\"tlIelice Kutlt-dsre Willis. p? Figured Organdies and Lawns, Cent '

    Po.tag'-frfe PuUis-hrd,every Friday at lljfl( per year upon a vessel of the navy and it declares far two years anti had 110 KIbert: Alexander l'1 ubbit, Philip Counter

    Anthony Cam. Mary barque Frater, 7c yard.
    --- -- --- that "if the naval militia, as a relief uKtll I used the Belle
    Mury Kirkpatrick Ruby Angels -
    TELEPHONE NO. 118.
    _ n__ ___ national force, receiving cou;rp- Pinkham remedies Mallory Josephine Carter Roberts Me Ladies', Waist'enter Counter, "or .. .. . .
    Rates Furnished on tppicahn.Thu sioual aid and having a regular : Mary Clara White. Jessie Annie -6}l
    Advertising \\ llilll1linuif > Jl.OO Ladies'Wait Center Counter for. .. .. . . .
    naval ship placed at their disposal 'My trouble was u/cor- D'Alemberte

    Walker, Lucy Williams :Stockard. White Pique Hea'y'tlt., n"t remnant, .
    f')r deep sea exercise, are not to be ation of the uterus I suffered Class -Dagmar: Oerting per yard

    ''UNION Lr18 L'n amenable to federal authority, it is terribly could not Holmes,Allice Kutledje Willis. l Lace Curtains Odd Pairs at Half

    time the nation knew it and the sleep nights and thought Class Ollicers-Ruby Angela Mallory .,.!. Price.

    sooner that a national naval reserve president ; Mattie Day, vice
    sometimes that doath president; Lucy William Stockard Pearl Buttons 4 Holes. Clear White, 2 I).>z. on Card .
    i. organized the better. Well the
    paper li on file with the would be such a relief secretary ; Minnie D'Alemberte White H. 8. Handkerchiefs, Ladies per dozen. . .
    other side to the question is, so far Walker treasurer.

    BANNING ADVERTISING CO, i as Florida was concerned, that the To-day I am a well woman The ushfrs,sebcted from the classof k] White H. 8. HandkerchiefGents", per dozen... .. .

    Inbicnben Endicott Building., advertisers St. Paul.and Minn.other, whet may members of the force were not ableto able to do my own 1901, will be Russell Hillhrd, ____n_
    it and where estimate will be girth Malcolm Yonge, Malcolm White
    examine cpoaepaccfur GENERAL ADVERTISING.PENBAOOLA : meet the cost of the cruise, and work, and have not a pain Willie Quina, D. Russey Hoyle. : New Arrivals!

    had no aid from the state. The reserves Following will be the fg
    I used four bottles of ,
    are "amenable to federal au
    MAY 29. 1900.hEMOCItATIC ORDEROF EXEECI! ES. Val. Laces: Black Silk Lace Inserting?. /ig Zag Style \
    thority" in the same degree as the Lydia E. Pmkham's Vegetable llusle. .... Heine Orchestra
    hung.-Lome Away" .. Class lift Over Embroideries. Laces and Revering, Handsome (),... -
    land militia-subject to be ordered .(Dompound and three fSaluiatory. Aliici-KutiedL'e '.
    ()MtNEEs.r Willis Fine Embroidered Fronts fhirt Waists, "Perfet
    into active service in time of war. packages of Sanative Heading of tbe Daughters of Confrderacv .1'j:.....
    Prize tonipuMtion, ranklyn /i>t>kUiadex. Brand" Velvet Ribbons in All Width
    For lUjirei-entaihe* 10 Legislature; : If part of the public funds now be- Wash and cannot praisethe Quartette-"The Kerry l>aoce" Messrb.
    liarflcld, hpeneer. Walker
    and Caldsr. -
    -- ---
    s r. MORENO JOS :H. :: ing wasted in "the colonies" could medicines enough.-
    J.fcMMET ''be appropriated to the maintenance MRS. ELIZA THOMAS rassius Against Ca-sar" William Welles f ii FRIDAY.Spcctal
    !Mieriff "Ihe Life Bout" .
    : Madge I'm-limaa
    Q the
    of militia-land navalofthe
    634 Pine St., Easton, Pa. -One of the Heroes" \\illiiiins,
    aorta t: SMITH. country, no large standing "IheClilel'sIiaughter"! Ituby Mallory I
    Music .. Heine Urcheiitraholu. OffeiiBg c cf 3.000 Yards New Emliroideiifis
    For Circuit Clerk: would be required, and the navy Mrs. Pinkham advises "The tiord..lI..f bleep" : ,

    A *GUS M. MCMILLAN.For would not lack men. suffering women without George Willmm belles ]

    Tax: Collector: .- charge.Lydia Valedictory rrPseniailon of Ijiplonia-liamnarOertlui; ...Hun. A. V.Clubbs Holmes ;! Watch This Space Thursday g -.4.;
    Soioselected ViissKllie
    A.H.D'ALKMI'.EKTE. THKMOSTSTUBllOKN COIGHS E. Pukham Med. Co., Lynn Mau. fresxntation of the W A. t'.lount Medal

    .- For Tax Assessor: resulting from an attack of la grippeor to DasniarOfrtiug llulmes, by Hon. J. H.
    1 W. W. KICHAKDS.For : heavy cold: nnti yield to the wonderful l'omllliU..e-Ulln. P. K. Vonge, lion J. H.
    f healing properties of FOLEY'S l'WIUU.POLITICS, Beard and Kev. 1'. H. \\ haley. William loljitson( vV Son.J.
    County Treasurer: HONEY AND TAR which strengthens Memorial I'lvreatation Medal of to the Gertrude Helen Friedman M. Fisher .

    JOHN W. KKATEK.For the lungs and makes them The first district 110,.. I.. L. Shine. by ,
    w sound. W. A. D'Alemberte.CAUMVAL congressionalconvention rreseiitattnn of the Daughters of the('on. ,, --. --- ......
    I County Judge: will meet at Tallahassee federacy Medal to Krankljn Xeek by Hon. --'''", <> ,:e:. y(' r THOMAS K. lc rLLAGII. to-morrow and Hon. S. M. dpark- C. V. Thompson.Committee .:. ...
    i 1001. man will be renominated by accla- Hon. C. V. Thomp-on. Mls
    For School Superintendent: Martha Kus and Ml-,> Celiii Kohinsnii
    mation. The E cambia tiel-
    The Commiree is Doing Excellent county Pregeutatidii ot the I'arkbill Medal by
    i i1 N H. COt uK.C eates left this morning for Tallahassee. the riimmillt-e. J. M. HILLIARD & CO.

    .'ol'l'lerk Criminal Court: Work. fla-Music Song ..... .riass \:.() ,
    The carnival committee of the Lake countdemocrats have nou- HeinetrchestraMusic
    M.P. BONIKAY. Clerks' Union held an interesting inated Dr. P. 'W. Butler of Leesburg furm.bed other by Heina Irienda.Orchestra and
    9 For Justice of the Peace 21 District f ir the ftate senate and F. B. Han. -- -- and
    the office of Carriage Wagon
    meeting at President A. factory.A
    JAMES LASURUM.For nah of Umatilla and Ben Dowd of .
    I4t. H. D'Alemberte last night and approved Grand Island for representatives.Great .
    stable 3d Dioiricl:
    4 the plans for twelve new interest is being manifested Allen's Koot-Kuip, a powder it cures
    CHARLES P. BOBE. floats submitted by Designer L. J. i" Hillsbornu county over the application painful smarting!:, swollen feet and Ingrow Splendid Line of Choice Buggies, right from the fact--v.
    F : fcr ing nails, and iDttantlr takes tbe sting out carload Lots, at Factory Price
    Ir an injunction to compul -
    F the executive committee to hold comfort
    discovery the age. Allen's Font-
    W.C. BECK. soon be ready for him to begin the primaries under the state primary Ease makes tight or new shoes feel PN9). .$Repairing Attended to Promptly.= ::

    4 For Members School Board: work on the floats. When law. It is certain cure lor sweating, callous
    completed .
    and ,
    hot tired
    aching test Try It r A. "'.CLU HHS. a "smoker" will be given at the Sold by all druggists and shoe stores by 10 EAST GARDEN ST. : : : : : PKXSAC( I.A H\I
    A. ('. BI.OCNT JR.. mail for ?:ie. in stamps. Trial package
    building at which time D. W. Mclver. Tuskegee Ala.
    E. WARD. a numberof FREE. .Address Allen H. Olms ted, Le Roy ,
    new members will be initiated. wrote: Our child's bowels were passing S.Y. _

    Quite a number of applications for off pure blood and all prescriptions "

    SOME months ago THE NEWS Rave membership were received and acted failed to relieve her, until we MIOGUAM.Clohins "BUY THE BEST.

    extended notice to the announcement upon last nitht. tried TEETHINA (Teething Powders), Ejierciaes-
    The and she is well. of School Jiu. 2
    special committee in chargeof doing
    of the publication of Col. Kobe. Thursday, May 31st at 1I.3O O'clock'a.
    formulating plans for the grand
    C. Wood's "Confederate Hand Fourth of July picnic are making Pocket cutlery, scissors, fihing in. : =rr's ECONOMY !

    book." The work has ben issued, rapid progress. The program will tackle guns, pistols and sporting{ 'ODII-'omE' Come Away By school
    include goods of all kinds the Willis Hardware Welcome exercise by ten children.
    and will be found to fully meet public a street pageant and torchlight at ...... Grade <
    parade on.tne night of 3 Co's.
    rt expectation: in every respect. July KrrefcbooM Bertram Helnberg Our REFRIGERATORS are Guaranteed to Beep It"- I
    all the labor organizations of the Time Enough VernonarKant
    The copy received by THE NEWS is city being invited to participate.A Yachting Note Keeping Store' .. Louis Sliultleworth and take a lower temperature than any other on the market. '

    in paper covers, but can be easily -- - ---- The new club house of the Southern NmhuiKbut Front of the War House Fleming Lillian Ktieuman Brawner They have an Absolute DUY AIR PROVISION CHAMIIKR and "

    I rebound in more durable form. It Life and Death Fight Yacht club of New Orleans wa "011 I! IIr the Pencil Julia Hernnudtz
    t Hicli Man.t'oor Man, beggar Man.Thief Warranted Absolutely Odorless.
    is a work that sooner or later will Mr. W. A. Hines of Manchester: opened; with appropropriate ceremonies .. .HIBn Leonard
    la., writing of his almost miraculous Ian Saturday, at which timean lirtisy'i :-ecret Antometto UlLustro -------- --- i
    r find its way into the hands of every escape from death, says : "Exposureafter : interesting contest took place, The ityend the Country Uirl. KlenoraHobmitz :
    ex-Confederate, and a host of others with 23 entries, twelve of which linihed and Kditb Oliver $
    measles induced serious Our Ice Cream Freezers I
    lung When Polly buys a Hat .. .. Lola Meoko -0
    interested in the preservation of the trouble, which ended in con-ump : The winners were Sloop Le1r on the harm Ida Palmes

    of the Confederacy. tion I had frequent hemorrhagesand *{ feet and over :Montauk S:13os; 1 Wouldn't W"IIIl'ou3 boys from WARRANTED TO FREEZE I:4'... MINCTES
    history Glade 8.
    cahill sloop25to33; :\ feet Susie B.
    coughed night and All
    -- day.
    - ; my Father Time and his hildren-Boy
    doctors said I must .oon di>. Then 4:49:37!I ; cabin sloop; 21 to 25; feet. ll' girls: f rolil Grade i'.
    existence I began to use Dr. King's Xt'I Discovery Nydia. 4:02:37 ; cabin ;;llopunder Expansion Lazar: ( alu1'uanihedLlfrnfQuaker t.rPricl' no Higher than fur Inli-ri inakH. Com1 :and !l.t I ;

    for Consumption which completely 21 feet Irma, 4:22:21? ; open sloops 2\1> ..... .Gray rranro. WardeVacation plain them to you.
    the Chine.-e in California, many: cured me. I would not be feet and over. :'tItphitoIlJr: : ,; rung Nisi I'uii-r

    Chinese have "refused" thence without it even if it cost $5.00 u bot open sloops under; IS feet. Dream, \''CIrIHn.r.II"' Eight pupilslirateaFludu.g
    4:3':32; ; citboit-' : 22 feet and over, Bnb) s Imnples i-olaine Jac''l>v GERSON.jC-;
    tIe. Hundreds have used it
    over the Pacific roads into the western on my Gratulpnsiau' recommendation and all say it never LouisV. -1:31:1); catl oN. under > ol Juinted 1'olN by Bertram Coleman
    and southern states. A dispatch fails to cure, Chest and Lung 2. fret Njinphaea. 4:15:41.: The itud eIcveucnidrrn 'trade I."h'kIIIIU" I. 107 South Palafox.

    from Vick-imnr frtaU-j that more trouble-" i Kejrular: !size ol'e. and c iiir.-e was double: :o-i'iilo; ana 5-i ileUlrtauees Mars !H.'ill Kugi lie Ko-a PfolfTer/Ainu

    .-' than cue hundred rush refugees $ l.oii., Tml hottlefrf at "'. A. I h" lead I hull!I i Ii hnstenu lorkeUon

    ; have paned! through that city alone. DA lemberte'i drur:, -tore. Harr'unqu.lti.wlon>'- Mis-uike I'lireiil- Harry hilounl Mornl' Vi'ar.-- yt'' B.
    1'neumoni.t follows\ 1 h: ptippe, hat WRIGHT COfflPAHYI \!
    authorities, -- -- A Bothered Buy I-eirell PalmeA .
    The California health nver followtne use of FOl.EY'iHoSF.Y Lutlftiirl'. Hopes'
    :\011( i:,
    have i-ii"'i a circular prote-tiii : AM TAK, the great throuHrid : .. Mary \\IJ\ I"II ,June l
    thatstate. The tetclllran,! pupiN; of school lun rtinedy. W. A. D'Altm- 'Oiu-1tC Met t Aijain, loget'ier! to) -IIt/.1" | t 'I \ i '.' I I I KlASM 1.1 tl I i
    aaint quarantine against The Wrong Poppy Annie \\
    No. TOlihve pnpir1 a pleain program berte. l>al'y'.hpeihutl.e.on ?tai;:aretEerr -- ,
    bat I'ruJeiit llioiul-i ; will ; for their eln-it\ <_' exern-t'-s. I"y'g" kidney liuiiiibeiM ; LUMBER: LATHS.PEXSACOLA.

    rt-cojji.i/f tne necessity of \'igi- TllllrII1:1; \ :3::. :\.1.1 a. in. They 'I lie I'loriil.i Her Papa HeKina lielnbi<: 1l 1 .

    latsc in preventing the lleeh'gorientals will he pleaded t
    from entering anil sojourn- friend: of thp sebum on that m'>rn- pMly 1 bent;: put into condition! : for ,' 111 tb. (us-By Stella and .-- l I i JA j SAVlED CYPJ snIlGLE..Ellnj 1

    iih ati'J pr"lIu..e tiinii a pleasant active service on 'hualr.\ and will UoyVo< (,
    hug! in southern cities, as well as in !hour. Lit!I. bnlll-t l--ulie .J 1111'- : ; _.
    probably: relieve t lit- Nellie tomorrow. Holly I.ouisi- t'iii-i\n- -- 10 LA.
    iuot strictly qu-irar.tiniu; vessel l She i* very roomy and motcoiivpniently Bum" ISIfick Oii\-r HrawnrSuru -

    from Rio where the exi-teuce of the Sour stomacn, fulltie-: aftr eat- : :lrraq PtI. Ju-t aft of HointH Adrian LungfordA *
    Ion-nee r. v"f
    Cue liraliiiniHerKInt
    di-en-e, has been otlicially: : an- in!:. llatuleiicare: all: caned by imperfect the pilot hou- N the captain'- Map Kertlm l.ictt'-ii \ COFFEE DRINKERH

    dige-tion.;: i'KU'Ki.Y ASH pitbin, with two berth, the after Yacnhanlthute r IIIII ant-nbeini, ;LAi

    nounced. HriTEKS corrects the di-order at cabin on the main deck ('olltainIt'ppir. Vacationonu ...... fy' Mlioi.l / GIFTS ,l lIre Attention :
    ----- Distribution 011 ertlticates By 1 nucipalGlnriuu
    oucf, chives out badly di-'.re-ted ;{ accommodations for eight, ,
    fusion in I'luriila -
    food and tone* the -stomach liver and in the forecastleare berths C"Ithe .rna i 1
    mime ancient; history concerningthe and bowelFor ale h y HannahliAU.N crew -ix in number. Forward parr r !<. inlfixltn-i mir inm ,'Ir, "ifoel Commencing/ ><

    animus of the Florida contingent Brit. of the enirine room on the ml1 deck Comefrom! Dr. 1). 15.: Carpi!IP. of ,a llla<
    \\'ilshita. I. T. lie write.- "Four
    of the populist party in ltti) >. 1'UITV.A are ley.the* diaiasr room and cook'gal- bottle of Electric IJittfrha\ cured rand aria dale, gin ii'iih > ''',/' \>certificate in earl

    and its prototype.m-inifested: at the lawn put willI.* glcnn at thprpIJtcllte ----- --- L'rcwcrof-cr..'ftil. which had lo/lm'IJ/d.
    recent Hioux Falls convention may of Mr-. T. V. Kessler IN In its advanced -I uti chronic forma caned her: ::rpat; -utterm; for years. ami xuw rfttiiliinul; iiiilithn tJauacoJj'ee, and JIll > .
    Terrible cores would !break out on
    the real value of Vest Jack-on cold in tile head i-known ;Na-al P. ntlun ( lrf/Iisrfrira9
    to illustrate rreet. Thur-day May in
    -ene Catarrh and i is tie recognizedourc her: head and face: and the h-t doctors \ (Ire(( (}()f.J cri'liiMtcnlitle *
    the ai-tance that party may be relied :31. beirinuini: at o p. in.. for the benefit could but her ,'l, enwxiJintof ft IttllHll'tlllilf
    give no help ; curei
    of the Flirt of other tlieie. Havingt.iod! thptet \ the hoblf'III
    to render in the election ofa lapti-t church. complete i and her health iexcel- In iff miff luiltiHVf fork to mufrli.
    upon continued suceessfulEly's ,
    Chocolate U-H
    keand! "
    democratic present, in the event other refrerhmet.ts! will be sold.FItI.ll Cream Hahn i is recognized a* a lent. Thiihowwliat tl.ou-aad- Valuable IJriI"IC Of' fiibftfin n ii.rtti/. beautiful Ice I'Urlici 1'
    have Electric Litters:
    that its demand; are not fully com- m:: ql specific for membranal diseases in l i-, the I'l'oved-that be-t blood purifier known. Thr )"';.(" ,l'il11 'a/ ">il mxl Plate. Thelalllllfl .'

    plied with and its supremacy recognized. resort the naal to this pass treatment ge*, and in you should It's the supreme remedy fur eczema, ,rerrircdrGMirfft of *ilrrfirnrr. guarantee if fo ftiijeara .\ '
    CUEAM. own
    your Letter salt rheum ulcH: boil. and for which rnufaiin trill /.< ///V' nwIhnrr
    case. It is not drying does: not with onlinuniValued i1
    pro \ ,
    C. H. Gonzalez & Hon will take orders ore*. -timulate liver ,
    At the state populist conventionheld duce !sneezing. Price 50 cents atdruiTgitsor running; : f'hflsta. J'fg1n! l (" '11/11/
    for fresh cream. 'IhUis kidneys and bowel*. expels poisons, at $.->. 00.
    Augu-t, 1M*>, the following by mail. EI.Broth..r.. *, will f$ ,/1 fl rlli",'vi 1./ till fllII,1I1.1oj
    ; chance to get pure cream promptly 51l\Varrenstreet! Sew Yoik. (live helps di; p.tiou builds up the JAS. Jl'l11'J1.Prop. .
    resolution,- ollered : when wa n t ed. 22utlw and it. -trength. Only &' cent*. Hold by your ititfh ne. Tin, mor
    up prejudice try .
    KcM>Ua, That if Mr. t'l'wl\lI.ball not r... -- -- -- W. A. D'-\ em\at'rte\ Druggist.; : (.uar- CO/fpfJIlK tar Id nwl the iff
    .Igo. or shall not withdrawn from the A carload of cookin -.toHi and ('. K.ofA. Kniorlainnipnt.: anteed. /Nrre/4f/a'F. "f I"'r. ", 11e.
    (). -- Coffee Roasting a A'/- III
    national( deiuiH-iaiic ticWft within tblrty up-to-date range, at M. 1'ryor'sBargain .
    days from thl tlmr, wefavorlb., nomilllt11011 Furniture Hotie.Golf Progressive euchre and! a soiree, headquarters for builderh'ird !/l'lIlfl'r HUHlIf Hull Illlif Illlillii -

    of H. \orton to heed the j.wj>lr'. -- -- ---- under the auspices of C. Iof: A. ware-the Willis Hardware Uo.'.*. will Iii ,/"' IHI;:' ". .1 "'/ /" '- !
    ticket lustraJ of w. J, r.rjun. \ goods, lawn mower ice :\0.1U at C. K. of A. hall on Kaylen ----- -- till illflirtlHI/Hlll Ill'lli' Illllt III Just Think of It :
    party cream freezer, hammock and all street Wednesday t'HninzIa : :SO. TO TIm 1''ILIf'. .
    This resolution was not acted sorts of seasonable goods at theWillis Admission 2:) cents. Refreshments I/N ?tryff.L11Z. t'l'Ilsh'c] IlirU'ilPJlJ,

    upon, but the followin substitutefor Hardware Co'. will be served at reasonable prices. On and after the first day of Jim. A.COD'Y_

    it was otfered and adopted : -- You are invited. 2. mn-td Woo! no piciiJL- or pleasure"party: of I eru511ei1'll'rri! (.,.
    Ketolrt'd. Tbat In adopting W. J. Bryan ---- -- ----- any kind will I>P. allowed! to land at ROriri) & CO.':')

    at Undemocratic nominee tor president, "To Err is Human." Hannah Bros' are agents: for De- the Gulf Mexico( Marine RailwayCenipany'3 FLY rCRKEXS. : ('I'II hell strawberries ,IfW. f
    wharf at Navy Cove.T. .
    Wees' Cough
    Cure Diarrhoea
    yielded all that reason Remedy
    the people' party -- --
    and Juttico could demand that we hereby and Witch Hazel Salve. They E. WELLS: If you want the bo-t cLearIn the T. Green & CO.'N fur :.
    But to % the time is cn'miVu/ Pre ident.
    err a
    emphasize the fact that we desire the guarantee: all three of these preparations 2smlw market ak: for Annie HelJ. Krueger 'cuts.rflw
    ( finest
    f -- ---- -
    idiotic. Doi't continue the mistake of and will cheerfully refund ailtf
    union of all reform forces and the fact that the & Kugleman, Agents.

    the failure by tbe democrats to withdraw" neglecting your blood. When impurities money to any one who uses them See those window awnings J pure fruit juices. In.

    Mr.Bewail and substitute Mr. Watson manifest themselves in eruptions or when without being benefited. Price 25 at Marston $ Finch's Hammocks of all style* at all .om

    placed the onus of I ossihle tlttjat of the n. disordered conditions of stomach, kidneys cents each. -- of 'prices at the Willis Hardware cream soda! and ice ('J ('.tIll

    IJr\1l forces upon the democrats and not Havana Regajros cisars can be tad Co. 3.
    liver or towels appear, take Hood's Sarsaparffla. The best refrigerator for !; -- at 10 cents.Mackerel.
    upon the populists. only at Nick Apostle's.tLSOLL'IION .
    Fortunately for Florida the existence Ii iwff mate pure, live blood the least money at Marston Fox River batter, green

    of the populist party as an entity and put you in goo d health. $ Finch's. MHICH and roasted coffee and whole codfi'h

    in the state has ceased, but the ____ Tbeflrm'of Montiimtry Jthev ha everything kept in an up- Fulton Market corned

    which prompted the adoptionof 0046 Sawa' Save money by making your ice ben dissolved by a spirit cream at home. The best assumes all dehtsof said firm ana
    the above resolution doubtless remains / freezers at the Willis Hardware quick nil accounts dUll the same sboull be paid ler's, 400 South Palaf% ,, 400 South Pala-
    alive in individual minds, r ? Co's. to him.Pettacola., May ?*. 1'll'. 2'm3t street. Phone 21 3> fox street. Phone 213.


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    'SOsAtiT I LOGflli 1IEQIS NOTES W. s. GARFIELD & CO. ; a

    W., S. GARFIELD, President; R. H. TURNER, Treasurer; C. TURNER, Secretary.
    Ice and Cold Storage. :
    I Local
    forecast Prruaeola and
    _ __ __ __ --.o- --- fair to night and irt.nhx vth-
    -- --- -- --- -- -- -
    trig winds prevailing. J/nn'inttm ttmpfrtit *e will Continue to Sell lea at 25 Cents per 100 Pounds.
    til degree; II.ill im'WI IN lint 24 l'
    :- V
    the new adverti-ement of W. TELEPHONE. r, t
    y yA
    A. Garfield & Co. = -

    H.: A. Alford and ?nn of Chipley Croaninj Clcry is Her Hair.:
    arrived here last night. UlOfyiAN'S
    -- ---
    - Judge Walter Tate J It ft
    o 7----- --- -- -- ---------- yesterday
    for Louisville! on the excursion.A. -
    fl f llN'S His Ht. +
    L. Beach of DeFuniak Spring;

    Ill: lie Meyers' Doable Stores from June 1st I was among the arrivals here last
    will begin night. And I've got the Swe'lest ever turned out of the Jno. y'r;
    i i Mr?. W. H. Trainer has, returned 11. Stet-on factory at $:; Oil and M.'jii.: thereby sivin!r you
    the troubleind expense t f ordering one special and fay
    from a three: weeks' yi'it to :Seminole ,
    ing double for it.

    SATURDAY MAY 19 V.IcDlcil Ala.Chaplain. t My t ti-re i< alo Rtcruiting Headquarters for the .' ", '. '+ '
    Harry W. Jones. {T. K.
    i Army of Good Clothe Wearer, and the STEINIIIACK + ;: .' .
    N., has returned from a pleasure ('LOrHIXnllattlletopntHrho'theladdpr .
    trip to New York. : I lnf"*t riH..t Piul ; 'f" .4.: :.
    ;!n* p-m !
    ; B. B. McKenzie of Dunham Ala., and workmanship the best in the country.HHvenlwuyson .:I'-r' '
    Sell 0 Out t Entire Stock Until -tit.
    To ray at the Follorag Prices : ;,i i arrived at here the this Escambia.morning and reghtered :MURl'HY: I SHOESrt.vfu hand, a can Full be Line fitted of out JOHNSON from l hEad& ." :.,...,.-i...:.. ,(;,

    to font with considerable less i
    i i W. C. Vinson, a prominent saw ext ease than you think. t
    I I mill man of Dunham, Ala., arrived The abnve I mentioned article, with a few of those 'are:
    I here yesterday afternoon. Elegant 1 NEGLIGEFSIIIB'l'd and some of the New ', .

    All $12.60 and $15.00 Suits at...... ...... .... .... .... ...... ...... .....$9.99 I The river bout.d NECKWEAR I jn-t received, will dress you neat + t.
    I steamer Gopher, enough to visit the bet in the land. ,.: '

    All $5.00 and $6,00 Pants at...... ...... ............ ...... ...... .... .....$3.99 i<, from this Tampa to Mobile, put into : t..
    port morning for wood. Yuurs .
    e for :Men's Wear, : ; .{ rt;

    All $3.50 and $4.00 Pants at ...... .... .. .... ...... ...... .... ...... ....$2.99 j. Mr. W. H. Trainer and litfe ..... j', eCo ,
    daughter Nettie, left on the noon rfng JOB CJ t. '
    All $1.50 and $1.75 Shirts at ... .. ..... ...... ..................... ....$1.35 ([train yesterday for Louisville. Tar Fret>i-Btucaca UltlUdll.DRINK ". .; .f'! '

    All $1.00 and $1.25 Shirts at. .. .... .. ...... ...... ...... ............ ...... .90 j I I. arrived W. J. Thagard here yesterday of Greenville afternoonand Ala -';: l,;

    Summer Balbriggan Underwear, per suit..... .......... .. .. .... 45 I registered at Merchants.. '. ,fJ;
    Mrs. ,J. F.' DeLand, Mrs. Van .
    Summer $1.00 and $1.25 Underwear at...... ...... ...... .... .. .. .. .90 Horn and )Ir.?. Barnes are enjoyingan 1-1 ....' .
    I outing at the Life Having !Station: : '

    $3.50 Shoes at .. .. .. .. .... .. ... .. .... ............ ............ .... .. ..$2.99 this week. :

    All $1.50 and $1.75 shoes at..... ...... ...... ............ ..'.... .... ... .$1.20 I, J. Kinard of Freeport a prominent, arrived turpentine yesterday -- "\': -fl i :

    3 Linen Collars for ... .. ..... ........... ...... .... .... ............ ... .. ... 25 j i the: Escambia.afternoon and registered at ,..\'.. ,
    35 and 25c suspenders for...... .... .. ...... ,... ... .... .... .... .... .. .. .20 I The members of the Escambia: / '1'1 a.a
    Rifles are requested to meet at the ,j ._ 'pi

    Boys' suits at ... .. . .. .. .. .. .. .... .. ...... .... ...... .... ...... ... .... .....$1.25 armory at 8 o'clock to-night, by order -. .."; ;.1
    I of Capt. Cross. :. .. t

    Patent elastic seam drawers at. ... .. ...... ...... .... ...... ...... ... .. .45 i A special train on the dummy line '. ".' ,.'t'"..

    $1.50 and $1.75 Alpine Hats at. ... .. ... ..... ...... .... ... . .$1.00 ,I close will leave of the commencement the city to-night exercise at tt e Ir IA : ". ::1,1!

    '' at the opera house .. .,5';. !

    [ The Terminal Co, will run a late ItA t '. : 't.1

    1F 1_ niniiiF : ercises account train to at Fort of the the Barrancas commencement ex-on > ,.'I"};:...,.. -,.J

    AND [EVERYTHiNG ElSE[ I IN STOCK SOtD [ RATE Lake Petter City,;en, where Marzoni opera he is has home been from attending ., '" '.'...":,'''.l.1. ;..1'-

    the Florida Agricultural n 4n>
    College for the summer vacation. :
    (> __--= ____ =:_______ ___ __________o HIGHEST AWARD/PURITY
    Regular weekly dance at Kup- H
    I frian's park to-morrow night. Ex
    Yours for Cash, cellent music. Only 10 cents admis r .

    II sion.attend.A jolly time assured all who LEWIS BEAR & CO., Sole Agents. ':_; ,

    I, Geo. Walker who was arrested on '
    May 2'Jrd! on a charge of assault and 8Lf30 FOR :

    4P. STONE $ was escaped sentenced. from the to pay city jail a fine yard of yesterday $?5-, ,Old' Quaker, Hunter and Parole Rye Whiskeys. ; :; ;i'f

    ," Chesterfield Bourbon Whiskey.fa: i t.
    The motermen of the Pensacola
    226 South Palafox Street. Electric and Terminal Railway Com- >:, -- ::' .:..fJ4.1. f'
    pany have been furnished with : .':'"
    stools, which they may use while on and is a
    -- ---
    the side streets. This is quite a con- man.
    Unable to Work.
    venience to the men. Mrs. Wm.

    Chas. Replogle of Atwater. 0; i There will be a meeting of Damon accompanied .N"..
    was unable to work on account I', from ...;
    I I1' Lodge No. 13 at 8 o'clock this even- Chipley
    .trouble. After : ; ,
    kidney using FOLKY'S ,
    | ins.: There will be nominations of relatives: and ."
    KIDNEY CURE four days he was t .'" ,
    officers and wise selections are to be : : ,
    cured. W.A. D'Alemberte.Ice Mr.V D'C.
    made. All members are urgently I' that :\Ir.l'eter I .. J ;" ,.1 l; \J
    requested to be present but : ('.
    cream freezers that freeze the thi city 1
    cream quick, at the Willis HardwareCo. Editor W. I). Williams of the in Italy for V* '
    .'.-. We'tvilledVl'rti er I is among the graphed to him \ ;. .!
    ( F -- -- --- .--- visitors here to-day. He thinks! the bride at !. ;'-" {r: I
    HeOpened.JoeWeiland vote of his county in the state convention to the Paris 4
    merchant tailor* will be divided between 1 t .t'.l
    East Intendencia (street, announce.* Only a small :
    and for
    Mays Jennings
    governor. i r""l
    to hi* friend that he has re-opPn ed acola went
    his tailoring establishment and dye- Capt. Herbert I\lemberte and morning to (I .; tj
    home, and is ready to fill all orders E. A. D'Alembcrt". the talented convention. I .
    for fine clothing, repair, cleaning sons ofV.. A. D'Alemberte are Mf!=-rs. J. Ed. {'. J-JJ.' .
    dyeing, etc. I'Jmlm home from Asheville, whet they) bill Jos. 7- 11
    have ben attending the gill<:hnm Win. Sennutt l : ;
    Iron bedsteads, in great variety, in school, for their: -unnntr vacation. > -'" .> ... .
    white enamel and bra The : : I >.*.
    trimmed. \\'. J. .\IIf-r of 1'i ab1h, Ind, is XqTowlleuf : l
    elegant design* at O. M.
    C7 NDIES Pryor's Bargain Furniture Iloti-e. visiting; brother-in-law, J. :M.Ruriiiw. take plac" ': \ 'lri
    HP will 1 bii accompanied lie church at \ %
    I lhn'ins.4rrs. /.1': Ken home by Mr. Mary 1: nrill toll. who morning. Mi- i : j:
    1 has b.'<'n the zIt.-t for -onie time of mother" | r r
    .. ,'" r dall's absence from the nfjj' her daughter,- Mr*. .1. M. Burrow. :Mr'. J. 1'!. ) j
    ... l 1141.4'T I 1'. .
    \ TE ,
    ./ .J' ""- t .. \t' I "The Pensacola. XccdlfWork her home '( J
    :Mi-s JoMphineVhite waved-
    IiIHIIc.tnlz ,
    Rooms," oI' O. 4 ll'mt! t od t.. :Mr. JjnioBerk: last night, !hc'rclnouy : I
    taking; Mace j :tt the re..i-idftiii The u-iil: : :
    IEN ..a.ll.COL..JFAMOUS Chase Street, will be open "f I p\". t.1\ Cuthetiter corner 10"1 in the ; -,.- i i It i
    -- --- Hev. (i. \\'. Carpenter oilieiating. place at the i I ii i l-'f?'
    Collarwen: ;

    Mr. and Mrs, W. e. Norman have tempersVCK- .1 ft;
    Cf r returned home fro:" a \pleasant vi-it 'tron arm of I I i I I|

    1&] e F or b es Store09' to They relative were: and accoujpanied friend, in .home\II jurv.tu Deputy-avt! 'Thf-ra the M .*", ; 7 y

    :Mr.,. Walter who will S. Nottnan:spend tire mid summer children :- s-eati to IT.O !;
    push were -:
    litre. Finch's."r

    The train leaving: Pensacola on I-Ittt: :
    : 4" the dummy line st 1 ,i ct'-,ck tomorrow S
    : !
    r- ,-1._ wIll .
    -- cttrry pa-'Pegprs for tIle \n Otr.'riiiK I
    j Offer Jlis U/eek ,' Decoration Day ex. n-i--. at the, national .. .
    CellH'tI'rvfo.'j r the
    ::J (" round Thii Is your ){
    .. trip. rate is ;goal for
    r.r; :
    : c ;:;: '
    that train only. lit it? Do
    rw :; J A Line of Wash Fabrics that fairly whisper Mr. C. C. YOII-. "'. formerly of this slowly] ? Ioi- i,,,
    l 1; ". : : (city but f..i the past three years Have you : 1 t

    ? 4 '1. 'i -'.$ >f thoughts of warm days. -X connected Co. at Caryville with the, has Sanford removed Lumber withhi Aching I>ont : 3S.-.1
    'Old Bores? '
    ;funih.-back to Pen: =acola and i is m.iti-m .
    WORD NEW LINE OF occupying the residence formerly i
    occupied byapt. C. B. Parkhill at Are you i pale ; fejit ,
    No. luj+ Eat Wright street. Blood at once I I
    j ; RUinDR; Blood Balm ,. 1e1
    1 MGES. Mr. and Mr*. H. H. Thornton and Pure and i
    son Jo> Predey, returned yesterday and jive H !
    from New Orleans where Mrs. kin. Dt'I'I'-] I ),
    J Thornton has been for two or three cancer, eating
    wet'ksIr.. Thornton and Presley lin!i. Hlixtd 1t

    i. .... r... invite. you, and you will be glad you came when you examine them for they bring having gone over Wednesday to accompany -cured! by H. B. I
    her for all
    While there -
    'I" n .nut lifiuty in variety. they witnessed' the flower parade. Troubles. B. i

    25 Piacns: Regular lOc Figured Pique at 7c yard Mr.and )[rs. M. L. Rich and Mrs. drains other the" (' I
    W. H. left
    Xorthup to-dav
    to join aNew
    l.nllU: : ;. 10 YARDS TO A CUSTOMER."Wl"'party' which will sail of the the Blood II
    from New York June
    50 Pieces Torchon Lace worth 10 and 15c at 6c I to visit the it a trial. It
    Fancy yard Paris Exposition and make a Euro- Thoroughly 1
    SON CENTER COUNTER.50 .-*! pean tour. Captain Northup accom- at drug stores I
    panied the party: to New Orleans. It 6 large bottles
    Ptoccs( Hamburg Embroidery, lOc value at 6c n probable that he will visit the So sufferers ;
    Exposition later in the season
    50 Pieces Hamburg Embroidery, 15c value at lOc and accompany M 's. Northup home.R. Write! for it. +

    G. Blake, deputy supreme pres- BALM CO.,
    Lr NEW LINE SILK DIMITIES, PLAIN, WHITE AND BLACK.-V&: ident of the Fraternal Union of day. Describe; it

    T Jut: imm\> \ Secoii Slipnenl i of BEtimit t Mos nito Bars. Gel cur Prices ; i i' will Day in the America charter is of here that order and will and receive reopen ical advice- -

    --- new charter member A meeting of
    the order will be held at Odd Fellows Stylish
    hall at 8 o'clock to-morrow lor r('
    YOURS night. Mr. Blake I is a native Flo-
    W. J. & B. FORBES. rldlan.a son of the late Rev. E. L. cash or

    TRULY, T. Blake of the Methodist church, Marston $ .*.- r; :



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    ;-o o.o o.oNO.o.o.o.o.o.1 Matter of Memory Automatic Fog Horni'H ltata. -- -- .. .. -
    Nasal I .
    The man who .was attempting sub Automatic fog horns operated by the -- -:- .' -0

    I chic was not sinking for the third time. > motion of the have been
    I Ij CATARRH sea recently \
    THE GUEST ; Of course it was necessary hereupon installed off the coast of Spain says

    that he recall everything In his past In ill lu taea there !I l'earson's Magazine.: The rise and fall

    o oI I I.o.o. life in the space of one instant should be cleanlinen.Ely's of the buoy set a pump at work whichat
    t .o4CO.c.c o0040.
    o o + I
    u-1, This he failed to do."Again Cream Balm every stroke forces a supply of air Qiat

    1 sat 'fore tin tim ia: my btudy, u my accursed bad memory!" lean>es!,soothe and heals Into an air chamber. A small engine

    Me to i-i- lay: Marks. unwilling to go he hissed and waded ashore In much the d.3i oe J me-nbrcne. liberates the air in regular quantitiesand

    i to U.<1. barat.e.d an event now four chagrin, which was In nowise lessened I I tcnrcj catarrh and drives l L(64/. allows it to pass upward to the e

    1 days (Il. wliJoli niaili' ,11"1'I and sus" by the derisive laughter: of the spectators. 'ay)uickly a.cull! .u the head fog horn w hich produces the blast.

    talnul .n-nt-il lalM.r ::ir',' Of.Mble. Detroit Journal
    mi -
    The number and of
    length the blasts
    Cream Balm is placed Into the ncctnit,gpreada
    I LI.I'Itnrr.1| with I:!niin. over the laembrace and is absorbed netie, : .iia- may be regulated as desired. Each for Infants and Children.

    Tu n-alizi tl.,' wniMsiu'-a: of this % Conflict Authorities.. mediate and followi.: It is not
    .I a care drjin;- does blast contains one or more notes, a The Kind You have
    Always Bought has
    lotm tiuarr*'! olh' taint have known tot produce jnctzin?. Large Size,50 cents at Druggists long and a short one. or nny other combination borne the signa.
    _ IJud.:. Tn ijuaml with her was" to I or by mail; Trill Size,10 cents by mail to make It distlnctUe and tore of Chas. II. Fletcher, and huts been made under his

    ijiurn-i; with! onM'lf. TIIulbt she'' ELY BUOTHERS. Warren Street,:Sew York. personal supervision for over ao "l'arIluw no one
    easily reronlzuhll'lppolng a storm
    va far away. ten) far !.>' loony scores rage the fog horn will still sound the to deceit you in this. Counterfeit, Imitations and

    of uil'i-h: for nn to pi t.> her t1l lay my The Mont Eaeentlal same steady blast that it produces in "JHSt-as-good" are but Experiment, and endanger llio

    head (.n her kixi-s, as I lunged to do I Stubb-Here is a list of the failures a calm sea for the extra power obtain. health of Childreu-Experience against Experiment.
    and :I-I k t.. \i furgitfu. 1'cets may I since: the beginning of the year.
    ed from the wares is alloned to run
    harm-as tin an-I t.ji.uc. Inn t':.c lover Penn-Is the jieucn crop among! to waste by means of an escape \ahc.AMirrls. I, The Kind You Have Always BoughtBears

    Is tlr! tbem7-Cblclo. .

    Gazing tutu tl.if.rr.. which 1"111)1',1 I Mr. Sappeigh believe I will visit a the Signature of

    and Carrel! s- the gusts of tl:.> mlo:1lht: The Ball and the Dear.A I mind reader and allow him to experiment >b.x.l. the ('hlmUl' '. I saw JUTfaiv bull there ass and he Iua.e' hip: prayer with me.

    as I had la-t 't 1It turned U (Eden as you nod I)! II Miss Gabby-lf do. he will think
    To stocks tbd were full ct wind and air, you
    ini.r! I.,'1.1'er rt' >n ac-h nor f-i.lucjs lu ,, '
    ; > he is reading a bicycle ad\ertisement.
    We Lnew 'A hen he bought be vu meat for thebear ,
    It, I.ut'r. In this look of -4"at.- .:: _n ___ __ Baltimore American.:
    wc.ii.Kr lay tint.uT: of i.iy reinorM' | But the bull tie saw Frets ia every chart ,

    wholly ultifli It would ajijH-ar, siroe I } Or.1'rIJ'-c.'nptnn.! the general orders CEu'D ai you and 1)1 III. Oth..ranlt". in Use For Over 30 Years.
    yon to attack the town at midnight.
    _ tared t'lid&omy! : of a trait or trick! Ch, the! waste and the tears waste, New 'l'eacIJcr-Xeit: boy, what's
    Captain Yrs, !but uy wife: orders rie years your vas cram.". co....,. n .v.... ...... .0.. r-rr
    of character tore kugvvn to Ard tie pork uf our head and hand .
    mj mr name? "':.-'"' __ _
    z < 4
    to be home by 10 o'dock-Xl'W Yolk a r -
    slung to the man uho knew it all
    her tu.jl't; dulllI'! tile of lou Hoy-\\llIiam. ma'am.
    Journ::!1. (And sid there were stocks that never could fall)
    Aft T a M!<'if*lua i'f ;:1111111:)' thoughts: I IIKMTI -- -- And did not understand.A "What is your other came?" CUKKI A KU.NMNO: Soul

    .>f My 1.:1 -:us,. lta.liag tact elrrltwiM' : In III. (.r'at.t.. "Scrappy B.I1.: 1'hlladclpbia Rec01 -
    lull there and his goods be "I had a bad running; sore on my
    was spent !
    it aain I rudr.norrd forjM
    1,1 to "
    "You examined tit loi1ut.;. }0ii say, d. breast,; for over Hi' '
    | (Chen ti you and 1)1 a year av: rH \
    !' trou'ili*. I wrote. I read with ,, WING HOP a aIlIIportt'n G
    ii'J sad: the suoraej for the ik'fenst"and Ha 1 muse and lot and emjthinir went Richards, of WIUP\\'il1 N Y .
    lull;: Inu-MiiK of st'iiM'l.'ss self search- ftH'Ild them to bo blood did JOUV" tFor he'd.. margined his eliares to hu TOry last DeaaonoLle (lope, "and tried a great many rpmf-I'!..'..
    in,; Uluttii tilt .,' fSTortx. I went: to NYl'S." replied the expert who h&dbecu, Minnie want to introduce you to a but got noielief ui.till I used 1U>- tl

    the piaruat I.-1--1 :m.llet ny fingers call i' secu.-cd :It .;:;n-at pains and cs- Cut. a bail must follow bli natural bent young lady-a very nice young lady- NFK l:Ai..AR. After u.iu<: one nail .
    .Hven as you and I)! and i)1"111 .r. ,
    from tu kit us they would the net..!lc pen-e to testify in the case.V11 I I and she's worth her weight in gold. box, I was perfectly cured I cannot

    for which sin eared uti-t. It drew "\ you Jease tell the jury how Oh. the money It poet aid the margins we lort Bob-Stout gill I !ho; Tit-Bits.. recominend it ton hiirhly. alai Chinese and Japanese
    tlto MttviLt-ss from uiy heart as u thIn -1 know it And the area; t,; things ne panned will never be without it m the V.oue.
    you was blood Along: to the nut who gave LS the tip. \V. A. )'.\elnbl'rtl'.
    ;: e-l.e cm.M co but a word from her "It was thicker than water."-Chicago That ton:pt....l us into stake to dip Tt1FMOSTi1t'lili'Ie'UCG115: -- --- I *=Fancy Goods *

    11t'1'1't'lf. That I could not ha\c. Ti'Ibune. And did cot und..t.nJ! result bog from an attack ..f 11 !:rlrp The very finpst. Thp nopiu- ultra I

    A I.m:1". lalt njioj my shoulder. I The bull .as Ftrippe
    1 !h.. I l.i d nl.I.hll I"qnllllflnl;. (Even as jou and 1)' dprfullJ'ejlin- pr.'pH 'i.... nf Fouy's : whi-key in ti.ree bll.Ulgt's. I No at South! l'al"I"1 sir- '
    !.o.d I rforv Il:">. I Hvery w here were men with newspaper I lie niiijht 1.2\e..n he was on the wrong side HONEY AND TAR, "' //l'h streii'ittjiis : I
    She: wauvi \\c\n\\ !n I Irr Ions opera ;. de\curing with feverish eagcr- (But it isn't un record he teen tned), ( the dings Mini lIlakps th"m FOLD BY La.iruirv Oln"(1 Pc- sGOLAY \ I

    dial: of IH''I'ln't! : lined; with ermine i| tii-j-s the foul details of the horrible !=1(tun his fut.Iisnnr'S a: yun and hired 1)1! but his credit aU died, sound.V.. A. D'Al'mbfte.Mattings I.tVN111a.SFilt: : Hltos, I

    lI'r head was mmi'ied. Hir hair; murder. -- I'ensacola: Fla. I

    va< ilisonlrnil aif Mown !>y then I "Morbid curiosity!" wi finally! sneered Xnd it l-n't the shame and it isn't the blame that are cheap V= =0
    like white hot Lund
    moss a ;
    'Mn Iud: gazed Drop>Iuw of-n rain II'l'mhh'IIIIIt.n me from under It. with indignation."No It's bow fut the war stocks wvuld g9 and at the same time (f Grist and Corn Meal Mills:
    LiKiu I ; we are disqualifying! ourselves We nrvrr ('..\oJ see and never did know HEJKDERG f BROS. 8 CO.
    her droopiu; liK, a..he alone could to sit as jurors." they protested and And never could understand 'good, durable qualityat

    i gaze her lips were half parted In a sighed!: wearily.-Detroit Journal. Boston Globe. I P. F. GONZALEZ & CO., PrapsCIIOICKMKALAMM'I

    \\i-tful kmlle. I arose, hiK>eihlo&s with 1 ,Marston J' Finch's.GKIM .
    I An III' \\' COIJlh. Manutaatarer'
    Epidemic hoopingList
    V..M1.T.Sin Globbrr'a Strong Point. I tveLL GR Rc tR
    ,irt'w my into her long; I'I "Say, If you had known lubber as winter during:: an epidemic of ) I.\CIT.MON :I : to
    rcpt hw tlul'rs. : whoopinsr cough my children contracted I i| STOCK FKKI:
    ; well as I do, you wouldn't have told I
    At the JiLillar touch cried: him to 'take care of himself when you the disease having severe Palafox Patronize Horn Induitrv, .
    coughing spelN.V had used Street I every r"n"(in you boulfl bu\ u.,,' y.? ,
    " IJndar: bade him good by." (Jhnmbprlain's Cough Rf'mfdy"t'ry I I Miiok lend from the liome MM .
    1 dii'w her toward the tire, for there i[ "Why notr"Because successfully for and naturally Pensacola Florida. I for l!y widolr.u you fncourae. h m,
    : croup 'try.> Your money 111/.11111 the n .
    was a I''n'l' of add aliout her. She > he cares for nobody on turned to it at that time and found _ n___ _ and you 10 turn are ludirn-iiv! .
    Kink on Home cushions 1>\" the armchair earth but himself."-Chicago Tribune. it relieved the cough and eUected a ,, In fostering the home manuhteontributrtothecauaaof >

    Ih.idUt. I seated mjstlf In it. She complete cure.-JOHN E. CLUFOKH ,I fit f to tb".ommllnlly la wbii h.11II1'!i \,' \ \ ,,

    drew nearer and rested her head i iiiirnint ---- Proprietor Norwood House, Nor To Selma S.ifud IIh tt. In"lp.16, LODGE DIHECTORY I| which contributes lovour; >uppPliysiciac ?
    wood. N. Y. This remedy i is for sale I ____
    in !knee. The l heavy cloak had
    ) leaving Un on dt-jmt at Mjrt. ou I
    Mink gradually from her shoulders re- KIDNEY DISEASES Hannah Bros., 21 6.i Pilafox regular p:i scnsrt-r: tr.iin. Fare for KNIGHTS Or PYTHIAS.IirMlgp. II I PROFESSIONAL OAR! .-

    ecallug a I.,.I"1\\ u of white ilk. round trip : I'follac'la! to Selm.i, I I -- .

    Her long tinsels inured In and out of EMPLOYMENT Ol-'t IU ?2.tU: ; from Cantonment ?.ui" a<, IJOtt f'. No. 3. K nfl' I
    its deep lace tiinuuin;:. I'ensjcola : fro'ii Milton. &)e -nt" ex Dr. fT1arGeilus (11Crearv,
    "I.lnda. I .said t:ttrldlg my breath are the most fatal! of all dis Ring up 3;:2 or call Rt the office. tra. furchdse ticket* a: ticket office. meet at every i at Monday c.a.UIU1I.'venlnF .
    II North Palafox street, when in ickvU+ wind ford' i
    < re.
    y In llJtcliinton hail Wt ,
    as a child who subs by' do eases.FOLEY'S.
    you come need of a carpenter. B. 1). Hoffman turn on any re ulrfrpa-sengi-r train. Int-cclxnci al r..t. I. and!) lrtel.
    to me N> Car: For *"lilting brethren cordially!
    Business Agent of the Carpenter'sanIJoiners' infonnatUMi apply to 4
    He tahnl her head and KIDNEY CURE III elc"Ij-d :rstdrnerHotrl E&-arr. '
    gazed; into Union, will furnish you IhRT Kixu: or P. 11In iAPru. ?. H. Jt'DE\"I'IIl. : I''eniliHrtH .- i'1 ''>.
    my faiiThe depth of tenderness in Boarantaiil Remedy with the desired help ou short no- ".cola.MARTIN H. liOK-.LK. C. Ci I III1CI, | KuililiFulafox -,*.
    ' Lor eyed nnswerrd. tice. n25tf PATII.KSH.N.! Milton. : it. ,t H. I btreet 1'lin.i-
    "Was It tn comfort me. cio\ed l ; to -"
    -- :
    tell iiiv Lat I do not deserve to tu or money refunded. Contains W. O. W. I
    DR. WM. C. DEWBERRY.OriIOERaneah
    told; to tall me I am furshen?" remedies recognized by emi- .

    Sir: llOw'tllll'r head, then let it droop Live Oak Campo" 2 WiHtdntnn of the |! '
    nent physicians as the best for tfoi ld. i iMey'i Bros. Drug S'.ov
    aalll until it n >ted UIMHI my Lines. I
    ' THE LEVY-PO" CO.LO rirn and third Friday nuh' In i
    uttled '."'f lu the armchair! that she Kidney and Bladder troubles. ."...h uonth."IMlIU" 1
    might lean with more ea,,e against me. PRICE SOc and $1,00.W. ally S. H.InvtfJ 711 AM Fa. Clark. W, W. U ATIN( ,C".
    t The bliss of ba\Ir.x her Iii Ide me. of
    A. D'ALEMUKKTE Dr. Wilmer S. Hall
    4 filling the soft pressure of her cheeks
    WH almost more I could bear. h p !

    r ply-tcriral si'l- aali; (;!eked nu I Indigestion! DENTAL SURGEON

    land user aail gathered her into my .tV--o:;; _'......n-irf. .. .: i' ---=-
    .. Lr
    ''\;: ; -, Mmni: Teinpla.! Fh3n! 254.
    arm, pie""ln? lay lip a;a'n' and again J.j.l Ii._ "'i.'L.r'O;. -, KING
    of ..r
    into 1he.ufl masses tf hair. The : .;=.; .r-- '-"....- ; .0.. W.I' We challenge the worldto :
    night wli.d still lingered In it. In e.i.. :..:'.,(,
    ; my r--.. ; produce a remedy equal ; JOHN McDAVID
    j"y I hail foizoUiu-what? 1 sHik| of .. A
    I I
    the insue fear the parmlrzirg iiueslion II: \ ', to the Matchless .Mineral, REAL ESTATE AND BROKERACL

    the same Instant I coiueiudthem. .ij'f: rr'4B; 1'

    I drew her elovr to 1IIe:1.1' +"-.';y Niter\ for the cure of Indigestion I CITY I'HOPEltTY.o'AI: \1 I LAND
    MI'mil] terriMj still, only her long, ,
    TIMBER I.AM: -
    white tinjjers r.ioxc.l restlessly. I ran M Vc 1 Dyspepsia and
    my hJnd through her hair then drew FOR I KOKhALK.Loans .

    the dark locks thai I might kiss her all forms of Stomach, Bowel -\ Placed at Seasonable! ftir24 *-.
    r r11ya
    brow i Troubles and Skin Dis-\\ : East (5i vferntiiPiit .;trI '
    "Lind'i. I murmured. 1mt'n Ung over

    her until ny toiuhe her forehead eases. Guaranteed to cure\

    --tydd. colder than the eight wind! cold f* li I I WEEKLY: P3CIIEIUI.1.FOR .
    as dtatlt: or money refunded. Cost I
    Tor <;..\'s < lk,.. "
    : r.iisda II'rl.J. "toll .
    only (> cents a day to it. I'KNS.1COL.XHAJI.WAY,;tI; :Tit1CTtIoMI1Ah;
    Ire how you came here-the storm the 1 use

    night, nluiif: Llud.1. did 'olllit'?" UR Wlr!Pi- THE One dollar bottle last twenty Trains leave Prntaoola COMI'ANY lor :the

    Krfore tin day dawne she had aupwtrtd Bayou, Palmetto Beach, W rrlngto: ''I'
    Yard and Fort Karranca al
    me. The answer was love, uotThey days. edn ,
    a. m.arrive at Yon Karrancailo.irt
    d'lIth. May object to sittin' up s a.m.arrive at Fort Barrancat .
    For sale all 1:<.J p.m.arrlre at h ort KnrrsnranS .
    broke the word by druggists
    to me at sunrise and buildin' the fire in ; ;.I0p. m. arrive at tort Harrancafl.lSp. I
    not 1.110IOj that she herself had 1\
    i m. arnreat rort Karrancai
    Ltfu my guest that ulI1I.UostoDI ; the inornin'. but if you I 1 also 11: T. Green j- Co. 37 "ampm.arrive *i Ko't Karranpfti ttL "[.
    Trains leave Fort arraDca. for P-6
    L : commence with her at Bola at
    ! t, Palafox Street.OR Tau la. m. arrive a' Peanacola a 'II
    -' No (..mice For llaitp. once you may be able to TflThGSl ll:0up. m. arrive fct PtmacolaJ.oop. t.1" 11
    ADDRESS m. arrl\'e at feniacolaS I: P "[
    He was a jouu man and there werepn"senders overkum this pr..j/di :ft) p m arrive at r'..n."rolT.Oup. I .

    bridegroom, who but iioitiins blze him certain up as was a I regret to "baTthat ididn't 1\V \fflLfflNSOS\\' {) *8.&'Sp.. at f Peniaoola oiacolabatardays ,- tv e'r p at at

    known until we rndlt'olllaou. Thenit commence arly I In eifect I'tc. |>t, HUt.SC2HDAT .

    a.-ceitamed that there had been *! t-nutl. .* It was, a : ICRXBCDK.
    Greenville. Ala.
    Every other man you meet sp' as about the Lease Penueole. L'ort Rarra&a
    a wreck on the East and West road !' I .. m. 10 a T
    and we would lie obl'ged! to wo.'l for It' rather cold mnrnin' when weather in that helpless} "let it-go"at-that" tf way T.*..'iiiioni*| Kriini Judge Gaston | 11 a. m.1p.m.. 11 m>

    tit I. or six hours. The Joans man be- I fmt propojed the ides as if he could get no relief from his discomfort.i <;aInvil.i.rAire An?. inl.ra.I'aka .. ', Ip.m. sp: pill a
    excliiil und I r..1 plrHare re-nfiin< to th I insp.m )
    rnnio at rushing to p.m 'II
    Jute Bet
    to + It
    the telegraph offlee, he exclaimed'"Itut : y. wa-n't well What we want to do is to educate men up to the pointof purity and the Water.In..nt,1 IbH Wlkln.on'natural ,mineral MatchIrt..unrral 6p.m, 6p.5'C m

    I must be lu Jackson by 4o'clock rt-ceivfd. and I found saying; "I am dressed for comfort; hot weather ton 1.-, to mv personal ka'xled.. i< tnaen i t p. 'p a.
    from a well three miles -t of 1 aui to be married at that myself layln'nn the .floor dos'nt bother me." This store pays particular attention in hate'.en'his the exact condition water u-ed in which vitb u wonilurfjlmic 11 ..)101. I !>' to Port roI'ADirtCoU larraaraa were DAT", an" '. '
    pn-tty !nJ.1i r.:. for H"acota to xa.r Yard and -r.
    Summer Hot "Weather Shirts '" djMpsl tedlgeetlon soreryra
    "You u'I.n'tH.rQ' the to Clothing, 1'eoiacola to Palmetto anraaa : I '
    was di I
    any. and f
    I thou/l-t:: I'd jrit and "r eruptive 'eH'tr* sore andulceron
    up; '
    quiet reply. Straw Hats Etc. Things that contribute in a great man Hurt anmidia A. a renieiiv rua.cNnutbatacoieto
    lild the lire n::'-e1fArtIlHH ."- for the.e iruuitle. 1 (!o not llrhev! I"< .
    "Hut litam I to to Jack-ton in .. I'.arraacai .'
    get to the comfort of equal -ii'U His hl1hlr..Collllll..nd. .. oy
    measure men.
    Ward. for nf diiett.TLl. .. 1 arm tit rnaf.P
    timer p.'miciiiiis a nuiuwr .
    / IfASTri<. "DIn..;t to P.lm.tto >! ar i .
    \ou won't have to get to Jackson at u111butldl.e! ire if you Jude" of Probate Court. Butler CojntyAlabama r.enrn '

    an)' partiiiilar hour, as I unJerstandit. oEISY rice: I'l'raG.R.'GE., Nil fr.ehtrewivad.terrrip, .r
    ." Good All-Wool Blue Serge -
    .inJ \
    yoa can deep until
    ".\n.1 why uot? Didn't I say I was :
    breakfast ireJdr.. Eed/ can i.loleep.i Coats and Vests $3.50 KREUGER & RUGELMANWNOt
    to U inanied at 4 u'civkf'! ,
    "Ves. Is jour name W.lhamsIt hall hour !i>oier. a- the firi-

    Is""Then i+ .ttreJia-tartly. :bnnply: tnteainitch Good All-Wool Blue Serge *= E ALE GROCERS *

    yon csn wait A telegram and your fire i i1:1 full ell!'ct AN KNTFHKIA HJFH AM! NEW :STOCK 1,1- .M'

    went throrrh here from Selma half an 1:1 one ffcund. day or Li;l.t. any Pants e e $250 GUOlhltlh.ANNH> rOODS AND M'MMUIrTry : -
    hour ago stating: that jour :girl: had tinio! in the j ear. Our Golden: Flooco Flour.

    changed her mind and was going to All-Linen Blue :; tiesroom*. T5.MS1: : E. l ovi-riiniert :Otrp: et.
    marry another rdlow. Hotter sit: down Suits Zephyr \\.H"OU.: ( r. Tarrj"na amid ;" '
    and hiuoke! a cigar; and take the next Orcr100 Ranges now in
    So 00 Telephone 151 _
    train lack home." Use in Pensacda. Weight .

    The Tc.. Better Serges if you want them : f? H. H. WICKS

    Many a young; ::!makes the mistakeof Ranges Set on Trial.
    8 Cheaper Serges if need them.
    thinking:: that because she would die! : you

    for a man she truly loves him. In this 1A3 RANGES S!?. C HfClfd Free PlUffibOrGaSafldSteaTD ,
    restless, throbbing age It !s necessary

    for her to ask herself in all seriousness,
    Wonld I take In washing for himT Pen acola; Gas Co THE LEVYaPOU CDI No. i South Palafox Street.

    Journal Materi&.a Kept -n lfa:-i
    (Detroit All Kinds o. HlonibiE? and Gas Fitting: :

    Try THE NEWS- Want-Cjlamn.- NO. 3 S. PALAFOX ST. 509-511 South Palafox Street. r TELEPHONE CU. .> PKAS.CX U\ t'LAI


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    - GOLD DUST !h"ladllag Bank ; :

    ,, BP1TISH FORCE HAS a !
    A few years ao a well dressed

    presented himself at a certain

    bank. n
    "} p' ; i orkishadwoikYrithoutGoldDustVashing GROSSED VAAL RIVER : It was,, sign by a well known ':

    sale wh :;Uy house, and upon the
    Wl'flt{the words "Identification ;: j

    Part of Roberts' Army Has ed." At the same time a well (

    man entered the tllice of a I've
    Entered the Transvaal

    \ ; Dishes could flint at wait the in stockyankad the olti,,!,. as I li asked\ ( i / ; :

    .-'I the < tie, in j do Itt f r STILL PUSHING FORWARD a telephone uies-sn,,'. lie was :
    f Al..iy. u-e hoi ilae +'i 1 ar Le ('oi'ld. and he took a seat n
    .' -in. II., Kit uoe
    ,adtensuaalct td<'i'lllI l'. /
    ; Hrlti,! Art' :MoUii" :
    } KariMly
    nl" 11. u erthcbctii'crtad 4 >r' 41 Down ia the bank the paying

    Jl ; 1'retei-lo-Free :MaterI urn tit was! :1'kng.110! the holder
    : \VlsPoR der r
    ( li :
    i r.. 'heir I'airi--Jitertlng Ic'\ rlop.. (heck knew', lie said not L.any ? i (

    1 .' ('iincful" i as he Flock dealer, but if
    was a
    .. flentr nf n .t. in Mvtt l IIl'lIts.\rc Iapi'eted.
    ,..sdru'er"uls I' It.: .. the r (-would call up Mr. Smith of !
    .f tae di.hti taw rteiu.le: 'be- LONDON, May 2'i.-As anticipated the Smith, the well known biukeri ; ; t
    I hwc Lijiiir! polULeJ { '51
    flr-t news from Lord Roberts utter his stockj-irds, he would Cud out \
    J \
    '" sil'lJfl' was all lisut. The ttlbr called
    t 'lot Ions w .ii the announcwiiuit of
    ;. k j !
    J I'
    "" the fait that the British had cro sod the ,unilier, anti when the ring

    Ira a .. f4ICMNK COMPANT Vaal UV asked for Smith. The man :
    t....... I,. LwH.. .... T.rt, i...... river. Tim !, probably GeneralHuttcu's end said he was :Smith- and he at
    column, which! crosud at
    JJBrown, the bolder the
    1'arys and may be expected to make a the check. ?

    - -- ..- --- dash at the nulniad in the neighborhoodof When it was discovered :

    1\ I( hook till the "hi'ta r.II'. "tnP 'youug man Potchefe,Jroom, whence there is direct check was a forgery, there was

    1Vi (rndtion Fr f over bold nie. I'll never He her main and I communication with Johannesburg. ful kick as Smith said Brown \

    I Team I in anything fur her:" And the little General Hamilton's column is at Bosch- good as e l'lSmith declared

    fvure was shaken l>y heavy sol had talked and the
    111I bank which is close to the river, about to no one,
    u 11' :. .1. '.' n'.I a .!irty :\'t:.;;:ic stood'y! beside bin forMie was an argument between
    I' ,,' cioini i.tti. Tbt'li. Mi'Mi'tily turning, 8 mile* northwest of Wolvehoek, Lord
    .1' I'ui. tiLt u: t :., Kl"' ''' -l a park ofi. she went into tte WHi.ud of the two little Roberts' headquarters and may be expected
    tUl>nI'I. to also; cross the Vaal river: and the accomplice answering the !

    '.' h. u \!illll .\Ii"v 1.1. as "he Chen she turned, she carrii-d the old create a division On the flankof any federal and the rl''ult:1S that Smith :

    .: hit Ur train.. ilrt>[>i.(->l a ran in "liiih they 1III
    ..s f row her muff "I'rnllit I It now held a sturdy plant, nud.lx As he has only about lo; miles: to ever knew who it was who f '

    .M.taiMt'. \\'lIb:1 quick 'arins itself proudly' aloft on its slender traverse: speedy announcement may be the tell'phone.-Ciuciunl1ti :;
    J.I.1 mi**." IK' lalh..rl! "h'm. \\a a I"' Mossom."S.e. expected: that the British commander i
    hr't.hv.1 ..!! tin lust and IJ..LUJ." .he said, layini; her chief himself has rfiiined a foothold in Science; has found that
    hand mi the bowed bead. "l'\e been the Transvaal, and that he will reach
    t oo hvr wish a tjuit-r little.latwl : tism is caused by uric acid .
    . ilII. cap keeiii.i::;; it fur a surprise' for you but you the federal position t-onth of Johannesburg blood. This poison i should I (

    I. lllllf f.'ll.,W." shP uil.Ii shall bate it for the lady. Perhaps t'ieyoiinj by the middle of the coming week. creted by the kidneys. No t ;

    I\t. lii! ".! Motionless he Ra.t\3 movements: of the main follows
    : .< tnom a 1:ircIxllKll 1,1IIU'b Itt ihtbby ; up. army Kli>:XEY CVRKttliray* makes
    .' 'Ii' she IIHI..I, she at the flower then sprans UickIy| to his Lord Methaen's and General Rundle's well. W. A. D'Alemberte.C3A.STOIIIA., :

    :.. II2\-." an I shall bate ]-st time:" 1-e excl litntd. dispatches will show decisive i movementsof .

    .1 1 ." ttii 11.,V.IT with o 1'Mk; ('un.tully and temleily the otiiationa those wing,. Haw Always t
    :. It t:u'ti ki.m < liunccil into cut from its stalk aid nnr>i>ed iu Rundle ought to be close to Bethlehemby cthU

    ..,'. -f iMi.-lit. ''I'll: tale it white I.a'r. Thui, only stopping to kiss now Dad the experts: expect to hear :
    d ta.:i..." br MakiMazcie: was Mac::ie !iu a way that told the gratitude of some decisive movement on Har- > ;

    ''"-liarii! uitb him the two Le coul 1 not sixaL. Iwiltby Uiunde.1 down rismith railroad in which part of General Al C. V. Thonipeon's.Crane's .
    wrHihiM tent-mt-bt'hirh I the! stairs nod rated away toward the Buller'o forces will cooperate in the
    i a
    .o t loiiii'. So he: liilltnmtl It station He wa<> only just iu tune, foruM direction of Van Bceuan'a pass! Ladies' Note Paper

    n,'t Mint, tt.,l it t<> Mai.-ii-. be glad around the last corner he saw Should die Pretoria bulletin announcing Envelopes to match.
    : mild li-'l-l'}. "h un the I'Hikti the blown routed figure crossing the the reoocupatum: of Ileilbrun by tne Cambridge Linen and \

    ilante was rl"t.1I'aiu, stieit. 1'recthlessly be rushed after him federals turn out to be true it will be a Kurd's Parchment.

    :\J. -i lUa (.h.Mvl Linn slit- smile and accosted him at the gates. totally unexpected: development, as General Invitation Paper and
    .\ young man in a browns "It's for her sir" he gasped, holding; Ian Hamilton occupied Heilbron Linen Tablets.!

    vith II.T, and IP. too, gave I out the previous white parcel. "It grewfrom Tuesday and nothing has been heard of Frosted Velum and
    Note satin Wove
    ir. \lr... little D?1. the nue she gave me that day It." him 6 Doe. English ; ;
    .. bright be went all I could get but I'd like it to go to ; Paper ; Dennison's Crepe. Etc.,
    > r 1111'11' ni Kritl.h Cross the Vaal.
    a general assortment of '
    .. ,,1. old Mac ie net bim at the her. )
    The young man took tbe flower silently. LONDON May 20.-The war office has C. V. ) :
    a fi'ia* happy: IS bu own
    Fur the first time that day tears fillet received the following dispatch from No. 30 South: Palafox : I
    j '.1.,. the cried .-&!;t'II". 1 shoat i I '
    U'ltrien my f fl.,,, .r thi afu-r- hli eyes, and he stood fighting back the Lord Roberts at Wolvehoek Orange i I
    id kbr Maul ir I it in waterit finntiuD that threatened to overpower I I
    Free Staten advanced portion of : : : I I
    Would grow r'......, 1"1'8u'4: it'tl him.Then this force croaaed the Vaal river on the Sehpebniek's.f I : :
    looking down into the wistful,
    lung and "lava :
    a item So>
    ( many queens Cfi-thday, near Parrs. Hamil
    childish face upturned to his be said : : i.I
    ton's column id at Boscobank. The local
    t-ntlr, "It shall be put in her hand." i f
    .' ugh after a few days of rare1 -
    mint are unuijured and work is goingon I
    And Hobby was satlsned.-Boston I
    1 and biterts ;,
    ; tending tiny \\ as usual. Hunter reached Vryborg
    |. Turn Maggie tilled an Post May 2&" 1 SHOES YALISES ;!

    "ria earth! iLj the little dip I
    1'1......,! in it. It grew and ELECTRICITY'S WORK. rsM of Murder Withdrawn. :

    :> ,tl a itli It the fnotnlsLip lee PRETORIA, May 28.-The prosecutionhas A fin SIOCK of CHOICE ,
    One of Sct-
    of the ATI fat RmalU
    the tl->\\'rr lady -H.t he call- j of
    .. withdrawn the charges murderin
    rnrr'i n.N'ntd'AD"C'
    the fauns man: in the brown i
    u>.-.). Iiry? wonting Hubby "1 notice in the car there" said tho connection with the explosion at the Men's

    s .. f..r them awl ('t'ry evrnttlicre oil lUau to the conihuuir on tie! platform Bigbie factory at Johannesburg against :

    C I they would\ pass bun -"I notice a pas>enjerlth an Longville and PwTett Belgians, William I
    to the: train. There aapl.nKaut emblem of tnournln on his hat. Begbie and Thomas l chards, an __ "Ha\inpremoTed to the 268.'I t :
    American All the accused Her of Palafox and -
    griming roady negro. were
    "Vi-s, I !'coe. was the reply."lhJ ,
    Disl>by'n day and M-ot acquitted An application was made iltrt'ets.8 have some Rare Bar
    know who he I Is inournin for
    night niUi a dll'l'rfulllt'r.1 t. you that the men be rearrested and put over r In Every Line, that we are H
    -(:lth'r. mother, wife or ('hiltU""X' 'to
    Lilly I'tbruary rnornri4 u the border. but was refused. dispose of quick at ;
    sir": '
    ", Prices.
    in Im arout''Hii' "II a%'<'ii't asktil him no questions nor
    '1111; mail cuiinm !"-" the There i is more catarrh in this section :
    There "'a+ n tr*.t.hlyd! l>yikBlld ext( nd' d a Wlrlllf sympathy?" of the country than all others H.

    lltf !>II,, .-..I |I."bb 1 | ) UltlloUtin "( if Inhere not." diseases put together, nut! until the

    ... ".\1"I"o't. appear to ear a red la t few years was supposed to be in- MANAGER.Why .

    in the Ix'j'fc heart. cent \.lutylias! happeiusl bim. He laa.y curable. For a great many ye-ir ;

    .\ able! in dt>inl it. Il'u l.n: ec list all be loud on eartht one doctor pronounced it a local illeaf. !?- : :
    .. I.lIxKl'll ll'l' lIllSTV fllltlulnrh and local IOUNTAIN MINT
    prescribed reineilieand .
    Mltrnki, and jet joi'r b"'ait j. ,:'t -
    hf umnlly pmtnlIlia ) ttu"IIt.l': !II y constantly failing to cure I by : 1.
    < .I "Il ii.fruit lt" .ellhihl. Tit i::,>t in tae; tot, 'i.ns; : l--n; : sC'!
    prtMM curable. Science has proven cai -
    Claimed the! fon i a constitutional di-ti''i-. !
    ... J day 1:o1.Ly could endure stop "I'M! <--oniIiKtfi; tills car for I land then fore require" coiis'itutional : ;

    .1s the y'ung man irussiddmrtlv about ?I I2 p'r reek, and getting u low ., tieatineut. HaW Jatiiiih Cute.nunufactunti feel ill and irritahle ; :

    owe "h'I'l 1 intoiuiatu'iitlj up on eery trip and It's all I tan dj to by J."J. ('here'u" ? bop'eoi!' :fountain :Mint T 'IIJ

    I i 1..1.,1 down | -, ..YIl..pIII"t.! uilh u.\'!'ef.! .' 'l'"iedoOhio, N the only contittitionul make jou well aIII strong ; :
    n'I I b. reeo1Iiz thequn
    a4 "i'.Et v. :iIt that nayvh"n they UFedo cure on the ui.i'iKit. It I i- ruht and cl>ei.rfnl.'

    I iv1 0:1 the cars'asked the : taken internally in do-- from 1" :\InUlltlill Mii.t curts:; niili;;
    '1ktrl :.I.t. I it INQItI.Ly
    dois' to a ( It wetd :
    aid i.:-it. ; telI''Clllft:1.| i ; and drt\ts aW.Itlut, feeling;
    .' "M..U-, ..t." "li rtlv fin the blood! and imi-<'it-M1- ;:air ill *iunin<-r. :
    -. fi 111-. .
    laceof theystti.1.! henil'' r'ii..' It tones lh"! ei'tin1
    :: .\' II ri ..':" "N". i don ti-I! :;: it was Moss nr !huiulicd I ilollafin.! '. .,' .' up system
    ; < ;i-t- it gi\e* one a viporonapp'titf! -.
    10' y .'itu: irTV :'!i pri\c- cot'r; ''ere u"iiI I'( lie tuiu hud and :Send fur eijci.lar.ihd
    to.- It Irini'iifr.iti:: -a and mal, >!
    :-<:" : ;i > 'U i M-P. \ "ii1::">. I flecJiii'itv! 1 I.a!' h.ird- tiinouijl-. Addre--: SF..1.'nFCFT&Co. worth 1 Ii\iiiLr.:

    Ire Q' it m.l bo a lonxn u'ol c.vrjlrtilj' ). 'iid the foui.taln'5: :
    .. ;; Mountain .Mii.t! Tonic hao! : !
    I, ',It 11.t': qlll.: (,f pity: IUl't "'':'r.\\' (;.I\(' I'l'.n tli Sed4 Toledo, Ohio. mII-J'l'tJ:; l'oli.II1'! well mill ( ; ;
    .11,-." i- hhto
    t I f... the c5 :itiie in lj''t'Ir.! au I I'meayin 1 Sold by drnpti-ts. i.e. hat it has Lecoe a hou-fli<>!
    : Words. and to' Hall's : : i: !
    Kaij.ilj the le-:.
    ii thl:! Eli drop o7 at the ne\t cfF"ia''ilh! .
    t nigh hi' had "IMC.wrt1 : I .
    < : than l.f o >..iidk u rtn-r :nut! JM a ;.;1:1ui beer :111.1 1 the I' 'r I- ly "limp.Mfr ,\ Mountain Mint in HIP
    ii"i.i i-
    i.uuriiti matt iisiU; can continuo: to *. .1. K. Ivo.t ('C)., No. 11 N It never fail-. It i j.. ;-;:
    i '.\**- hem the morbin; I1Jl1Ur.1 al:.. i..' LangeiJ tu him:" l'ilatottreet, have: |rfectdi- ab'i-t! a=.i-tantancl it doiin

    I >' li.-unl the sad news, aMt 11. (1LAD. rnimet.entfor! the minufactui- "1 tl'Tinis'ily! and well. : :
    I.I* pout bo sn. the _.. ------ t!:? bust window I"l't'I.t-1i I'\tr 1,1,1l't-\ : I :
    Try it and l ho- CI'Mnc( d.Km \.
    I x across' flip strort with .tnt1Ic.Suloniihile. upon thi- ni.uket. They claim! fi>i .ilf at HarK:( ti liro-.
    .',tl I
    t that fw a moment It-,b- \\i.\: rrvritly had colistiucttd a hu;;e It can; be removed! and stored" \

    I .1 till Theft ai the ai.lti.iloliileht.h ho bus fitted un.-: away at the end .'f the tlve -m. : : t ;
    '<.' ..b.! en him. h<" ncpiiilMariljr without the uae IIf tnll-l ; the hlind: ; t
    an oiUitf. The \thick-13 i neatly aLuge
    nap laid his land and f'll"h nf the window can be f'iI"lj'-!
    ua un and contains a tlC's!k fur its ;
    .i handled from the Its id" hour 1:1-
    tin word, hut the other owner an-I I another for his stoiio;:rapher. terferenco trouble theeri en.:

    in the rte -. anxi..u'4 ', 1 1cides, it has rooiii in it for a it is.siiiij,1>> in construction and i : <'

    .'i n I",,,. i h<>\ed T">:oe: I Ciller or two. The on'nurofthevehiele price iso low as to he within tin!

    ,-fng.: I nr.i pi's! bask"ppe'1 li\eil l &i far in the ulii'f1is of the re.ich' all. Call and exainn.. nard .

    XVliii'y' he consumed two leave: ;your order for any ruinbt [
    .'_ front the ynun:: lotus dallj: iu traveling ht-twceu hU ofUvv trot one to one hlindrpd.CASTORIA. j \
    a i'mniint lie stixhl sti'l:
    rile 1it liiil Viet hearth and his! hOI1J 11I,; 9. very bn!'y

    iif hi* untold papers IIPlrwljp man, and in order to emjiW.r. these two I :
    I ..l hark to tier old hina he had this uthcc: .11101.." constructed 3

    In order to he uninterrupted on his

    '.il with unrprisc a< bo jiiunit-js l.y the "-I.. ill:, vbo\v that The Kind You ,Have Always Bought ;

    "if i.uuiir: at his trial would l \ls-Me- through windows he

    ..I I !iir the uhclo stiiry. has the !'Itl.ct; his "lIlolle"cln"'t..l in Bears taeSignature //
    f .1 .j-r the gasjK'L "Is
    and has a skylight for light and air on of : Acme Beer. t.

    the roof.
    i i" >alt;.l! I'.jb'ir.nir oropping: R I
    -- ---- --- J.
    't .1 "- and l lain: ; : Lisisletotloeehn
    New Cycle Tr".k.Jllrk Add to the beauty of your THE BEST BEER SOLD ,

    '. Trinee. the old time cycle racer, home I
    s ,, Inv by buying a few PEXSACOLA.
    I U to build tract I
    planning .1 plank: cycle
    "d hi! t.hl"r tn'uhlr! ... i iutr i.. of those handsome neatlyframed
    ,. at Springfield Ma!'s. this 'l'ar. The I
    iiicdiriiie likeUNF Dannheisser
    i i\ :\' t't' KK. It aJway- tr:1( k. actonhns! to the present plans, pictures atMarston :

    .. will IMa sit i lap affair and will liebauktrl
    MI'NKs.V.:: : A. IVA1- j- Fin 's.MedIcal AGENTS. ;
    : especially fur motor cycle race I

    In;. Prince Ins the backing; of several jHiciety, Attention. '
    !ol 1:1' n1'ttl\( Also Sail tyM, Perry and Wm i !
    r Massachusetts capitalists, and it isprohlhlt' There will be a regular meeting of
    *.- "'"Ii\.nil'u't' IIf those: whp that his scheme will 'pothroujrh. the Pensacrla Medical Society at i

    itnptotheUulf; I Reach ; This will add another trackto I the Board of Health office at (I' The Jug TradeIs I' :

    '". 1 I'rl\'att't'r. iii company the New England circuit, which now "o clock p. m. Tue8 ay. June 12 and i I i :

    1 5'acht1)reamlaudCity: will Includes New Haven, Hartford and 1-6. Our ;
    .\ 1 Visiting physicians are cordially Specialty.z .1
    '. i'Jh'x' : wharf every Sunday Worcester. invited to attend.D. : I :

    ', 1''. .m. and 3 p. m. ; fare for For Over Fifty Yernr: W. McMlLLAW. M. D., ; Prompt Delivery and :
    I .. : ;
    tr'i' -+ vet,t'. volt can stay, MRS. WiN8LOW SOOTHi.vs STUFF bar PresidentE. Guaranteed. :
    .. been used for over Arty year by million ol F. BBCCE, M. D., !I l
    return at
    mother for their children while teething, 25mt Dannheisser
    Cll\S. B.\KTOX, with perfect luccesi. It soothes the child rteereiary.
    .i,. ; ,, softens the gnmt allays all pain enr wind --
    Ma>ter. oollo, and li the best remedy tor I larrb'va. I o'AS'1'ORA. I
    C. It will relieve the poor little eofffrer 1mmrdlately. Ilia Ltd Yct Rite 401 South Palafox St.,
    s &up
    Bean tie i '
    ::1 .. ladies *kirtand wait Sold' by Druggists in. very Phone No. 116. P. 0. C L 0

    1 :"rt'l'ialie! ttarlaun-: : rart ile. of Be the tare world and ask Twenty-tve for "Mri.cent Win a lom't bot- 6ipatvev Railroad ,

    JoottlDZ byrnp.: and take no other kind. Excharg0, Phone .
    '14f -

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    .J""!"izR'.Y s4"k a h.-- < "Jo"1. ,;? .J.c" .H, '>f'''''' -- ; -- '' zl' I



    P. A. C. New Collar Duttoa Patented.McDosofOK. -- I
    Tbe Appetite of Goat.
    Ga., May 23.-Among MARITIMK & '" v V' '" V' V' V V ,:;o ..:r v v v v V' .: -!. .. ,'. of.....,
    t Ladl,. AniilUry Meeting Thl Mnri IB envied by all poor dyspeptics
    the patent i.waed but week .at Washington
    - IDs at the"Gm" whose Stomach and Liver are out of
    ill one on a ccBar button. issued ARKIVID AT QCAE1STI5I. order. All such should know that t

    A large and eothosiaUie m >''t- to L. H. Brooks, of ttia place. It con- e Dr. King's New Life Pills, the wonderful -

    lug of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the gists of a head portion formed of a pair It i! San Gotardo OO, Parodl Vera Crux, Stomach and Liver Remedy, COHEN

    Peneacola Athletic Club was held of oppoMit ly-dupo od spiral webs connected to It order bit Pletra,M, M.rulellaMaratlllu,to gives a splendid appetite, sound digestion I
    the of the head
    this morning, and.among other mat- across top by a Kosatco Bros and a regular bodily habit
    Rat entering projection so constructed that insures
    health and
    -- perfect
    ters of important business disposedof that with a plight pressure it will pass AKBITID. energy. Only 23 cents at any great Drug FRIEDMAN *

    was the election of the followingnew through the buttonhole with the utmost Br ss Glenmorren,18151! Potts, 8t Vincent Store. [

    members: case, injury by cutting or distorting the ro Gulf ranatt Co

    edges being (,entirely avoided, and at the .
    Robinson Large consignment
    The Misses Julia Lee, Shirley I SAILED. elegant cane:
    same time clasping neckties or bows in rocker, latest art designs; at 0. M. & '
    Hattie Golding, Louisa Pal- that fir M Scaw Fell, Martensen Genoa CO.
    such a manner they are prevented : Pryor's Bargain Furniture House )

    mes, Ellie Shuttleworth, Hilda from riding the collar. j J CLEAHED.

    Blount, Celestine ( ulna, Francis --- I Ger Ihlp August list. Jabur,. byFrJaluls ----

    Hwain, Allie Willis! Flossie LeBa- Judge Way Kxoneratrd.: ccbreyer. Buenos Ayres, x lih 951S;75 0 e e BUCKET
    Jtyos. Q .
    SAVANNAH May 23.Judge Walter i ft lumber.valued at J10,4rti. ,0",
    ron, Etta LeB.ironCarrie D'Alem- I Brs ,caw Fell additional cargo for Ge-
    A. Way of the Liberty county court ha3bftn |; noa. 1:% tons phosphate rock M bales cot.
    berte, Lula D'Alenlb rte, GenevieveCaro ton, 16,75 PCS oak itavei,valued at $1,36t1 REAL ESTATE
    Patti Baker Dud Mr. J. F. tried and acquitted on a charge of ,
    malfeasance in office. It was alleged '

    Taylor. that Jndftn Way settled cases out of ( AT QUARANTINE. Rental and Insurance
    Next Saturday, being the first It bk Gactano Casaboua. I'.TO: .1..rl, Genoa We arc Offering This Week
    Paul E. Seabrook
    Saturday of the month, the regular co urt. Judge pre- to order

    monthly meeting will be held, and sided. and Solicitor General Oiborne 1 Bmch Prince Frederick. 84, Scott, Cay AGENTS,

    all members are requested tn attend prosecuted the case Judge Way was man brae to order Corner Garden and Palafox
    Hr Comeno.upi, Streets.
    ss : RaudallClenfueROs to
    ably: defended by T. A. Parker. A. S. f IMMENSE BARGAINS
    and bring the amount of their dues Ilaars, Duowody it; Co
    II find W. M. Clark.
    for June. I Way PEXSACOLA, FLA.

    Only applicants who have been I' !'tIIlth Carolina Invention. THE SHIPPING. We furnish you below a brief list of desirable f IN-a:
    duly elected as members am, and
    will be notified of the result of election PICKESS S. C., May 28.-B. 0. Jonesof VESSELS IN FORT.TRAYSHIP. dwellings, which is subject to week

    *, either personally or in the I this county has invented anti pat-1 I .. change only: ? Shirt
    No. 111. West Cervantes
    street 7 rooms, e& W.
    public print?. !I rated a plow set which is a most useful :, Br Elderslie MUI.Marquest. toGuIt TransitCo 2..1 or,.. I2.I)0.No. ) fil

    ', Amvenicnt and practical attachment It < 117. North Spring street 7 rooms 2j I IHory. i' llJst
    "Persevere an1 If Br Hannali M Bell, 1'Jt., Haraard. to Gullransit $:!II.OO.
    prosper. you bfl attached to kind of r:4
    can any an ironj Co No.at7: ,West Chase street.7roomsl-story, I
    I :+
    take Hood's", Sarsaparilla faithfully foot plow stock and can be adjusted Nor Ivtdene, li i. bmailes, via to Gulf; lii uo. -
    for scrofula salt rheum, boils, eruptions while the plow is in motion. TrarsitCo No. 423. North Reus street In rooms S''I r) I
    dyspepsia, it will cure you. Br Kirriemoor, sod, Laecelles, to W 81 story;JoI.I> n'. 1,
    K"Yber t'obrLlngrleId.l4 No. 3) West Wright street. 7 rooms. '
    Charter Issued. Philips, to Itaars Dunwcxly 810r,.$=')..... 'I I DRESS GOODS
    rOLICK COl'KT.Madinon I RALEIGH May 28.-A charter has Co No. SH, Mouth Alcanii street 7 rooms 1 ,
    ,- j I Nor Ruth,2.:1, HilUesen, to Baars, Dun- story,liu uo.No. .
    Sharp (I feet X Inches in been granted the Raleigh Development 1I'OOy&Co 4t s, Vest Wright Street II rooms 1. .(\
    I Nor Kauma. I'4, :Martensen to Baars, story, $1 ,OIl. '\)
    1I1'11"rrrhtPd lor Assault capital $:;;,U(10. It -:>+<---- '
    company propolCiIto Dunwody Co No.5iS. East Gregory street 7 rooms 1 t
    build railroads, mills, etc. Ur "'panlrteld 1291. Chase, to Hyt-r Bros story, f IJ.IKI.; I /l't. 00
    There were eleven cases before : 1 ()r Tplt'o. IMS, Chrhteuben, to Baars, No.23. West Government street 5 rooms Sb
    Uun"t\ooy.t i o 1 story. $1,111.;
    Mayor Hilliard in the police court
    He Fooled the Surgeons. i IJI'n'u'lna., Ito!, Luzarraga, to Gull %o.117. West Government street 5 rooms lIosier1 ,
    this uioruiu<, of which one was discharged ;i Transit Co I story, $ir; .
    All doctors! told Renick Hamilton, SHIP& No. 411. East Government street. S rooms, :? '

    Bud one continued." The of West Jefferson O., after suffering; Get August, Itsl, Jaburg. cld for Buenos 1 story, ill im. c I, yOur
    fines amounted to ?<>> 50. 18\ months from Rectal Fi-tula. he Arras t I No. 217, East: Government street 5 rooms,

    Madison Sharp a nejrro men: wfro would die unless a costly operation ...ABIS.It I story.No.4nlWest( IliSti. Belmont street, 7 rooms, 2 J Line of Ladies' Skirts

    claims Alaham a-t his home, was' vas performed ; but he' cored himself Alberto 7'').', Casarano. to RO5a.('U Bros story $I l2'. I

    arrested this morning on Mwscoijee with five boxes! of Bucklen's I t A rmOI\1a. la.;. bcott. eld for Naples No. :tul, North DeVIIliers street 5 rooms,! r Is unequalled in Styles Workman;> ,I .
    wharf charged with assault. Sharp Arnica Salve It Alfredo ni l. Ma ualdl: to C Torre s tory.tlu'V. :y Low Price
    the Pile
    surest cureon Nor Bolivia.v.::1. Haukaniien, to W S Key.ser,4 No. ll24.. East dadsden strttt, new
    i!! a young negro I'h l out 24 years ot ''Birth, and the best halve in the i Co dWl'lIlnl/A room 1 stor). 5A0. >

    age and diet.itr.'' G i feet S inches in World. 2S cents a box. Sold by W. ', HUb Chieftain, t*>, Nestling, eld for No. suitWest LaRua street, 4 rooms 1 Our Stock in Shoes

    height. He was fined $;j, A. D'Alemberte Druirrit. Eusport story $sUNt.
    Bard Grlpm,1115, R>berg, to W 8 Keyser No. :11\\'. East Intendencia street. 4 rooms. r. Ii that
    so will
    and Louis great be
    Eugene Curry 4 Co story, |H ui you more It; I'

    charged Kith flghtiujr, were fined It Monte A.7>>S, "'(.rhtoo nl'. to order And a number of smaller duellings In all .) plea"ed in Helec'ion and Prices in our :M f.,

    $5 each. SPECI4LiOTiCESr ward Maria Mar ltr..I"a, VII Johanssen parts of the city, which will be shown you moth Shoe Department.
    Cor i ae Wimby. charged with be- to Ger Pensacola Lumber Co by calling at the office.CUJEW .
    IIWI. Alberte. to orderIt
    v disorderly bv l.'ud and boKterou4 Prospero t\' Megliorl, to Torre Millinery.

    talking, was fined $I:). An appeal 1t ,tedSmtmouettlto Rot.asco '
    Bros NOT1C1-! ? The Latest Style at the Lowest Priee( 'I' -
    for trial made her lawyer I
    a now wa by 1
    Mr. C Moreno Jones. OftE CLfij 4 WOgD.J1UN1:1 ( Nor It Koobele Kesiderin.T'H.P.SiQ, lasso Andersen to Uo order Bro -- - - P Greatest Selection of Ladies Sailor\ Hat.

    Sophie Young, same charge, was Am AJax 77V, Fcteq to K K Baundcri N KITH KR tbe captain owners
    nor consignees the Br rsdlenmorveii
    4 Co Clothing and Gents'Furnishings.
    fined $5.:>> .
    TOMOSEY LBNn. Nor Valuta: but, Nielsen to order will be responsible l-
    C. R. Taylur, char;..d with using ,, .. -.. for debts contracted by
    ItAUtiE.SCIIOONKgS. the of said
    crew vestel.
    obseue language, was fined #;j. : TO LOAN OX PER"nVAL J. 6. Port,. ) .
    ___ _
    M j Apply to \.A. Fliber. her Gulf Transit Co. Captain. r
    Building, Palafux street. jrttf. Am Iilaoch'J7. G"sllnap. to order Consignee. ?:'m4t t;) A New Line of Shirts and Half hose ,t:
    NEW YORK SOLID FOR;: BRYAN | Leniennal,76.. McLaughlen. to 8 S L CoAiuklMi Prices
    -- which will astound
    A Ha.vles.io2. H.."oon. lo master you.
    TOASS AT LOWEST RATES O" IS-I I Am Bell Wooster, 435;;, Somen ale, to ER the captain owners
    O.IPII\tf'i to National Convention Will '' CAN ALWAYS HE OBTAINED
    Jno.otl'rntt.t aNtITH : "! of the Norse
    II* Instructed For Him. BY PARTIES H4.VINGUOOUSECURITIES Nor Hlndb ti. 3>'A, nails to orderAnttcutiaJ6 will be responsible for F Carpets,
    BY CALLING ON WII. Uaciesto Jno A Merrill by the crew
    NEW YORK, May is.-John }'. Car LIAM FISHER:: i04'i! bUUTH PALAFOXSIHEET. t Co of said v .stL Window Shades.

    roll, leader of Tammany, in the absence I(I Baars N. D. CHBlsTKNbES.
    Dunnody Co.,
    of Richard Croker has given out the fol IF YOU.... WANT TO BORROW MONKY:! UP, CLEARED AND SAILED. FOR P1LYeAWLA Consignee Captain.tnnm [ Just Received! another Car-luad of. ratUn.r .'-

    \ money, Inureyour. property, procur..8h.tral't Comp and jet your Selection ; they :.r-
    lowing statement: of till buy or tree real estutf BTEAMBHIPS.Arro. .
    rent prop"ity of :description, have NeITHER the captain, owners 0) Beautiful Patterns at Low Price
    "I do not believe that the attitude of any Rr, 1V70 Nicholas, sld 'fable Bay I
    retiti collectfd or your taie attended to, May 5Atdnrsgate nor consignees of tbe
    the Tammauy Hull organization at the roll on' or addrem Tho l". W \t+on *, Co. Br, l'T,Nicholaen, ar at Rot I! Norwegian: bark Desldena
    Real K state and Insurance agents Pensa- will be responsible for debts
    state convention will be either doubtfulor cola Fla. (C'har I"+ moderat'. To evrryonwho terdauiApril. Ir. fetus ItiiA'traiM. Brackenburg, ar Table contracted by the crew ot said veneel. if See Our Mow Windows and fie CoifcJ
    huvs a lot from .. will lend A. M. AMlKKASE.V,
    equivocal. As far as I have been us w money I Kay >!ch 12 J
    able with which to build! n bouse. .II-tf B..rnlrsaltr179Hamburv in I'aterson, Downing A Co.. captain.Consignees. .
    consult April
    to with the
    representative I | .
    CliattielJ. Br, IMit Hill at
    of the Barry April
    men organization they entirely J'utt HIZ.X'l*. City of Gloucester, Kr lo"0, Melburn, arrived YOURS ANXIOUS TO PLEASE,
    coord with uiy "Iewith both tho I Bremen May 4 .
    propriety and the expediency of sondingto ---- -- Everingbam, Br I'.iiil, New love, London FORT BARRANCAS, May :2!fi,

    the national couventiju a dele g4tiu n IJo'\I"I t.TO Apply HEX to to'.1\lHio.-ev.' IIteu'I.III'la. itmiwI'HR ;Ma'Su'k''ro., pan, l.)7l; Larrinaea, Liverpool Healed proposals, in triplicate 1 Cahen Friedman & CeJs
    instructed fur William J. Bryan as tho Aprils will be received here until :> ,

    presidential i candidate" w EVT-rhA Arras hoU4.. nt depot, Fan ofinversnatd.Brl7Oi. Hull March Ih noon June 11th, Woo<) and then
    I 11 mApply ain. well KUileJ (or ho. rdiii; hr'ur. I Krancica..spaD ana sear 5Huddersrield.tlal, 17W, Arribl arrived lia\- opened, for construction at Fort 1? RACKET STORE-

    Ilryn by :Maryland.BVLTIMORE al loo Factory, W. P. erarneld. Picken : Fla. of
    '!,'IJ1 tr :!lRobnaunGreetY'er ; complete water: and >
    Mail Orders Attended to .
    mouth May eUekmoorHr..atSouth PromptlyTry
    sewer U. H. the
    May 2Compllte returns ---- --- -- systems. reserves i
    !oIhu.ldsAprit li
    irKLY KfRMKHEl ROOM8-M! 417 riht to accept or reject or all if
    from tho Dowocratio primaries I:v Veiitnioor. rtr, :/'AnKas.Genon April I'J any
    North Ninth Avcnu :!-.'m-t' Zanzibar. Br. proposals; or thereof. Information
    I'.uu Robinson
    nr Rotterdam any part
    which have now boon held in 1? of the -- April !. furnished i "
    Wit KKNf-S I'''' rive room CIIU"I(". one on application.Envelopes 1
    23 counties in Maryland shut that un 1 11 til ok CrllII'lr I in-. C."lUollalaKa EIIIP4. should be marked : "Pro- :! .
    less a chiuige of front befJroJua S'iir", Sew "'ity. Applv I., Lnwenceh Furydlre.L'rlIdatSwnn.etiprilI for
    occurs posal at Fort Pick- '
    ... ]SHILinntie, Hus, 1V sld Table
    'uo onm hmi- hllll<1102. ImluI.VlK Bay Aprils
    6, the day :tt for the Hate cinnrurion. en#. Fla ," addressed\ T. N. HORN. The News Want Column.

    the delegates in favir of a Bryan instructed I REN'T-I'lirwfuriinned r.H-tn-. u.i- BAEK8. ixt Lieut., <}. M. :L'8tn4t bj'Jt j
    I>| for light housekeeping W..t:
    delegation.vill control that Kelnmnt street. mitt Amerlka.Nor,79:1. ,Id Hamburg May 1

    body. __ --- - -.-- -. Ads. Marl.t'l, at Table Bay FI'll It .--- -____ u _
    Bertrand Nor. tld
    514 Leer March 10
    IS GOVERNOR IN NAME ONLY. I'Ult e+.\.Ll::. Coloinbn. Jt..I I. Havre April
    ... _.
    UovrrNn47N: sId' Sharpness May "
    Alien I.NIU, !oI'\LF. ('It\1'-1 hondinm1 o.ktw.d Eritreo. It. sld Tunis Kecini
    Is rnnblc to Trail-act OlllclalI5usnr5s Giulia K., It, 1171. old Marseilles March
    room stet". 1 hood In Porto Itleo.JAN 'fillet ket. side. t>iik 1entrgrrn.Sar7PlsldGluck+tadt MarcbT
    PUSH and wrlilni; d..II.. window thud" and !. Nor, Kid Ton.burlC I'.c" :! BIRCAII II LEI!
    Jc.\\, Port.) Rico, May 23.- ... Inquire all:;1 S. Barcelona stroet.F Ker Joseph Nor,Sat), sid M: Nazaire. Aol 10

    Charles II, Alk'u, governor of Porto ;.,.,IIIII. Klnn. >ur,, 1111.'or.lild;. sld Oporto Antwerp April April'H 27Laurenha

    Rim, is really governor only in name ti..L1'l'u gad inilchrums. hour e I.etizm Ital,';i!, sld Hamhurit April is
    tarot'hinggaxls: rtes on account ofle Mlcbelo B. It.Aid Genoa March I't
    According to the provisions: of the Porto I \'ingi-itv. Apply to servile Brombrrsin ,, larc..llalt.hld Hanihurg. Nov t
    Rico government bill. he has no power j W.+t liitenilencla street. Rig rtitnoeor ltlallo, 6"r. 1111", aid Hamburg April 5
    ( dairy men. :5mfw ,
    ,, ,
    to net without the executive council, 0 -.A.T- 0
    D advice to those who Hava
    and h* ball no council The poniiion he lO* oIA L :-A Blee-'lzeil gre"n-liou"> for : SOL
    tulds is His desk I r -iUteen ilollars-Mileea *mh, Thos. an 1 bladder troubles il4
    unique. is heaped
    : McMillan. limit !: to take a safe. sure medicine like .
    daily with petitions, complaints, I,I|
    sug- -- ---
    -- -- -- "
    geitlJua, Mime (ntt' #ms, 1>mo com L'\Jn. ".e.-Jb<* Itiser r">iaeiicA on Ea-t I i always
    menting.. He do L' irt-lven! ftrvet. Apply to R. E. L.Valll"lI. benefits the KIUNKYS. W. A. D'AI
    tau nothing and yet
    be U governor. i, Agent" 4atf emberte. F. E. BRAWNER'S.t

    Delegations of c>untry people march I/OK tULJo-TbM most detilrKblInti la ItEi.\CO G.Uts.
    from I ihH cry on easy terms by the l'I"ber
    an interior town tit miles! away. Real H'ntate Ae ncy. I). Hale WlUon. alas
    They bring a petition to the civil governor ,g"r. :SWi, South Palofox street. l-:*.lm I'|i The genuine Havana Resagos

    a* they formerly brought one to i; cigars!', made in Tampa are sold! in
    General Dad, the military governor TED. Pensacola only by Nick Apostle. : Dozen Ladies' Sleeveless Vests I 25 Dozen Men's French Neck B
    Some demand work, other bread. All i 1 i I Lisle Thread our price 25c each or ganUnder!' hirtsat25cents each ; j our price.. .. .. .. . "

    tell a tale of starvation. It cannot be TBIVTE BO VRPI\R at 119 Past Int.aI -1 i1' Have those ele $2.75 dozen. Drawers to match. 1 Yard-Wide Hea Island CorP
    expected that the 'J\'l'rutlrrt''t'ivu these :Jchcta .tre..t. Mn. It. F.U- "nd Al !. you : Dozen Men's Fancy Silk Front 30 Dozen Men' Fancy or Colored' at. .. .. ... ..... . ,

    people permually.! His private secretary ,OII'UAHOS:! a* office st-no ripher bv "I ;ant Rattan Rockers at Bosom Shirts, our price ;50c. each : satin Front Undershirts at 2-1 cents ; 1 Yard-Wide Fitchville lUe-,

    .Henri* to them and they are turned SltWIt.. youog UdAOarcai om!:". cnre DAILY Marston cj- Finch's? all sizes. each ; Drawers to match. ed, made by <
    away diplomatically.BOXERSDETEATTHlFTROOPS. 20 Dozen Fancy and White Silk '' 30 Dozen Men's French Neck Balbrisrgan { while it lasts .... "

    ,,'ANl'JU-A1t wbiiky!: bonl,"klDd.. H. A.of FLcDY1 amply qa art CA.8T0 'tIA. Pleated Bosom Shirts,our price$1.00; I' or Fancy Undershirts' nice GO Pieces Latest Calico at

    Ihe Kind Yon all sizes.We at 45 cents each Drawers to
    Hyatt leir4 di. t Haw Always BoagM : quality, ; 1-Case Pahlbun's Oinifti I ,
    the largest line of Men'sand match.
    KrbfU Burn MlUj and Ar Now r\TANTKU-Old boar 03iile. .' V.nnllel1 itg+etnn't carry ; I i Warranted . "
    tt ler Hroi. Boys' Colored Shirts in the City 10 Dozen Men's Heavy Weight :
    )loving un 1'eklng. I JyttJ I at the Lowest Prices. Balbrl !!Undershirts>4 at at lJ cent ; Jut received a full linn -

    TIES Tatty, Msy ,;". -.Tbe "boxers" --- --- 30-inch Spring Percales; our Drawers to match. i'1 and Shirt Waists ; our [rn -
    ( ( J1"T'ooi.IJ' .
    burned the LJulino station on the Luhan Try THE NEWS Want Column ; It price .... .. ... .. .. .. .. tic lOll Dozen Ladies' Sleeveless t lowest.
    "\ MORESO: hs" a and lot nfi4t nle. will pay you. 33-inch Very Sheer White Lawn. at old price. (5 for 2"> cent, orT>c : Parasoleand Umbrella, >'

    railway, 29 miles from Peking, last I i| i' E:. o. X*lelt...* ('0, Call at M Faf.r.e our price .. . .. .. .. .... .. 81.C dozen ; embroidered n 'ck. 'fl luJandflii.
    rv Irerta0ds. them
    night. They also wrecked the track, I"mfIL.IH -- ---- ---- -- -- 27-inch; Check ain"ook.Jur !I';", Dozen Ladies' ;Mi ses' and Ladies Irrides-cent I'r ,

    destroyed a number of cars and murdered <;ooi).*. In Escambia County Circuit Curt, Kin-t price .. .. .. . .. .. .... .. .. oc Children Sleeveless Vest. with latest shades at tl-7 and *:L'
    Judicial District state of Flonda-In
    a number of Chinese employes.The Chancery. Bill for Divorce ;30-inch White and Colored Tare Neck. 3 for 25c or 5>'>c doz-n. All the latetstyles in I I. !

    Belgian engineers in charge of ATRf. i+ARAHvRFRNF.alanufacturand I- ;; ;;, Nora Wright i I Pique our price. . ." lOc 2;) Dozen Lidies' Sleeveles->t-, Childrrn'sstrpw Hati HI -
    dealer In Hair
    iondi. Hat
    the work are safe at Finglai. Article, Hair Oil. ..Ic..3''V W. Uovrrnmeni Toilet "R.Charlie j 30-inch White Corded Pique.our with silk Tape Neck. 2 fur" 2"ic or also &P rolls N..w sprtiu "

    The "boxers" are nian'hmg! toward street. Wright. I price . .. . . . .. 1-jc #1.33; dozen. at 12'a!' I't and 2tic. |>..r yRemember .
    Peking. Upon July J. A. D.. lino, the defendant. 1I
    The troubles arising; from the defeat 1ilJUOATIOlVAJU.MIUS Charlie Wright+ required<< to appear to the I
    -._ ,, bl'l tiled, against him herein.
    of the government tnp by the "box "" FLIt+.: ('HI PLioY: Primary +cbo o This order to be published' once a week I
    ers", have exU'iuI.'d i to Ihohun, where Kindergarten is now oivn to' for four consecutive weeks In T .E (lAII.\' the Place -g:g105 S. Palafox Street,
    work ou the: railway almost romplct.fytll'.tl'O'I'd. inlifth term In tbe residence at the cor NFWI. a newspaper published in laid ts- I
    o..rI' Palatot: and Jackson street en i cambia ('oun1\.'.
    Five huudreil! refugees;: have trance on Jackson, Terms ':.OO per moatb A M. : ':MiLL\y.
    'wuht protection lu the Freud Bathe 011t (JEAl..l; ] Clerk Circuit Court.
    dull at Pekiac.Cincinnati Ily I.. 11. HIKTON.Dejmtv YDURS FDR BARGAINS FROM NOW DN,

    --- AU; AND KP.M\LE HCHOOL. SW.eirnerClia'ieanaCevallos clerk.
    Ir.uid !rand Destroyed.CINCINNATI .\[ stre-ts. preURres Pensacola Fla.xi.ylB-n i in:!'oaMlirxonei
    for coli.or bu'ines.; J. H. Snladell -

    ,May 2x-The grand ttandof pniifipul. Night term begins Oct 9. :
    -- FE. BEAWNEE'
    the Ciuoiuiuti kt-A'lmll club hero was
    c-'r 1-1.0\\"I'U" Ihereby giv n that on tht' l.'th day of _., -
    almost totally destroed by fire. Lots June A. 0 Ian 1 a lll urnlv to the Judiioofhr -
    about i I5tYJO.For err KLOF.KS an4 Moral- resigns-; -- ; Circuit Court of F:'cam!>ia Countv i
    Florida for a license to mannee. take
    V. Spootai d"-ts n* prdere.1 for
    drivin out dull\ ; bilious feel- pLl"lIeJ Mi< Vinletto:.'. Moreno, :;:::JNest Gregory.'!>rtlm befome,harts of a IreeBesler and control In every my popo.'rly respect and to I ONE-PRICE CASH HOUSE.'S .

    Ingstr'rnithenlnir'the: appetite and tdlll-OaW'-1W Lrt J. IUGJR.:
    increasing th. capacity "f the boi -- ---
    "" fi1* l-'or t'un+'ral..
    for "work ratii'KiA: ASH BITTERS i is - ......- - -- -

    a golden remedy mould bv Hannah t I/LOWERS: KOK FIEKALS famished
    Bro promptlv, : in houguets Orspectaldesigns:
    Mis. \'i"lette l At>st On"eorypbune
    ItV. :+1D1

    If you wi-h anything; in the way -
    of kitchu furni-hji1: 1\d,1. I.0
    go ,
    I'lMVATK fM Oil 00 1 t
    the \\ llh Hardware Co'*. .
    - -- --
    ---- H ELLIE
    I !> ENl'WORTH will openrrlviitwi.cli'H
    )! at public .chool build-
    The genuine UavacI>!-aro*
    ins So. !. onGardrn street. :'londlty.Jnnca
    cigars, made In Tampa, :are sold only i All grade* taught! : terms U a month in
    by Nick Apostle. advance. m19td To cure, or money refunded by your merchant, so why not try it ? Price 50c.




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