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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 31, 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.
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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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IN' come was delivered by Juupe James H. {
HEARTY WELCOME i Hazelrigfr. chief justice of the supreme

P fn iEToh1IA Ctilnamito Dies From the Disease_ >1'.1 iI I court of Kentucky, who spoke oa behalfof \ ,'.

she Kentucky division of the associa
Keliogx'Talks. I GIVEN THE VETERANS tion. OAK! N6.

NOT OCCUPIED SAM FRANCISCO, May 30.-Dr. KelliK | All of the welcoming speeches' which

?, who has been investigating the I were brief were most happily received. 1fr114 r
corpse of a Chinaman found in a Chinese General Simon B. Buckner spoke on R ?:$
Soldiers of the
ConfederacyIn behalf of the confederates of Kentucky.The '
undertaking establihment, es- BSO1.UTELvPVRE
Effect But War' Confederate Glee club evoked
R: .t pressed the opinion that the Chinaman Annual Reunion. I great enthusiasm by the manner in Maor.t t

"I am satisfied it is: plague," he said | Home,"and then Colonel Bennett Young WmO reOC_ eo.. Nrw YItK. ., x r r
CHEERS FOR THE LEADERS of this city, chairman of the reunion ..".
"and I confident that auimal iiiocnlatiun ,
am I '" '
committee, predated the building to the
.. ."nl Knlrjr ,(. Julian- and will it. One I :
,. | ip autopsy prove I visitors in an eloquent address.
... >r'yarnly1'aurHourau.1nNturtrrut1 not conversant with the situation in (aeneralordon and Others Given an After tbr rendition of several selections DECORATION DAY BOXERS' MOVEMENT :
liihi.le the Chinatown cannot appreciate the difflculties j Kuthuslaatic Uerrptlon us Taey; Entt'rl',1 by the glee club, General John B. .;
that confront the inspectors, but Gordon, commander of the United Confederate
N ,mrr. u.. liar *>hlpi alIt they may be imagined when it is! known the Mall Kach DIvMon Givena veterans rose to respond to the V

I.'ulll';: 'brines. that the victim is dead before it bitomei i Hearty Greeting. speech of presentation made by Colonel GENERALLY OBSERVED GAINING STRENGTH ,
1 known hfl is .lick. | Y ouuI:. He was greeted with the greatest 7y
The ordinance has been LOUISVILLE, May 30.-Shortly afternoon .
was per.itti quuruutine enthusiasm and his address throughout .11

I tt wornltig that rigorously euforn-d, 15I: policemen! being the tenth annual reunion of tho j out frequently interrupted by cheers.: 0. A. R. Pay Tribute to Their Three Christian Families Mas' r :"

detailed to maintain a cordon around confederate veterans began. 1 Rev. B. M. Palmer of New Orleans ..

1 n was flying ovjfliMUrvmtl the district bmndedby California Ktarj j During the morning; the weather had then delivered the lUluwI18oIlalrt'''.;. Dead Comrades. sacred at Shan Lai. : ...

capital, his uev, Monterey avenue, Broadway IUSt..ekt..n At the xuiclution of the address of .' "
been disagreeable, the rain ( 1JJ1inri down .k
-upied the city, and streets.ACTIVE ,Dr. Palm, which was received with -- :.-;:

Kruger hail tied, hut in torrents at times and fears were entertained frequent cheers, the meeting adjourned USUAL EXERCISES HELD POWERS LAND MARINES 's j
DEMAND FOR IRON. ; that the first tesioll; of the reunion Until tomorrow after appointing committetson -
as no news to this! -- .
n-solutions-and credentials, '
would be marred. However two
FeellnAof llon-fiilnrm I'rl''IIITtu. which are to report at tho next meeting. Graves of Federal Soldiers B..II''kt'd tt'l'< Tukcn to Protect Foreign inters _,. ;x
tli-pitch from .'..or1t ilenry of -Domvanl. hours before tho time set for calling themt.tiu During the afternoon several ,",
receptions With Klower Orators theJlen
*- Eulogize ests-Chluese Soldiers InllstV Itl
at ifrmiston! )''r. NEw YORK. May :ISO.-The best that to order the clouds begun; to were h..MIr. and Mrs. liriivxi'Hmdmau ;"lisr
about Pretoria, Who Died lu 114ttl..I'I.ll1ut. to the Hoxers "' Newsof Atrocltlet :; '
mi; can be said (.f the iron market at present break and by u that he p tponnl of the maids of honor and Confederate Dead.WASHINGTON '
not exatlyWlutt might havo bi-en sponsors From All Ffdeal'taixu
i- that of de- was
,r.r-hiiri for 21 Iiour ; a feeling hopvfnlncsj is i
i (1t.sired, the an Shone brightly. nndtht.rto United Suns of the Conlfedertt'et- I I :.
< 'in a a idr cam o Telopiu The denmnd seems to be a May oO.Business was May ::O.'rOIlun parts ol I.: ,
was a definite promise of fairer erans, and Irs.II's.iIl.ltr; Hum]>hreyhulihng .
a a llv of truce and little lN'tter in branches of the trade ami weather. a reception u the ColonialDames. BUsjx'uded in tho national capital today the surrounding country news is constantly :;

to Mtr entering: the buyers aredi'iiosed to place orders rather The hall an hour before the time st while thousands of (,citizens veterans of arriving of fresh atrocities: committal :

'nre still as tl.-re Itridr were niutiv. more freely. No improvement is seen for the commencement of the exercise The conuiuwider-in-i-hief th" United three wars: and their descendants paid by the "Boxers.; Three Chris

1" in prices. The tendency appears: tc was crowded to the dabs many hundred Sons of Confederateeterans, W. T.
rt'.d this he tribute to the nation's dead.Washington that families ..r
s a to as were massacreed at Shad .
lx> still downward and so far no indications ladies being pre-seut. A>I the distinguished Colquitt' und his a-ljatint. W. T. Q lin-
t art any thing like a ure seen of a firm condition of leadt-rs of the Confederacycame by both AtLutta, ar.-ived this morning. : i; encircled by cemeteries Lai Ying, <0 miles from Piking. Friday. b

.'i"lde thetown.m there such jinvlucts as are not absolutely controlled into the hall they were greeted The ovuiug] ;: I'n-eting of the duns each the resting place of the da- Only two ..1;
of the t'lIt'lIltill
dart by an effective coiiflohilution.Pnoos with tumultuous: cheers by the"crowd Veterans was aniiountctl for 10 uVl.K-'i:: '
ills in the immediate parted soldiers-Gleuwood, Oak Hill Fang Tai is occupied by a battalion ol .:,
have Teen gradually receding; that had been in waiting for theft arrival thisiuivniug! bntOoiiiT..mderOolquitt's
,.1 an I they inu-t be session Holy Ifcxid, S:. Eli/aU-th's, Brightwood: troops. The whole railroad station, :,:
and \\ bile! < fTurts are made to maintain an hour or more. nfti ial order shows that the first
IK"fure he enters the them it simply results in creating a General Gordon in particular was tho 13 called for Thursday, morning. Commander Soldier's Home, the Congressional;; cemetery workshops and locomotive sheds an ::.:l'. .

greatpreu 1 in '. !Mar prima rpeci.ili this rea-on on some products: !show a ing. General S. D. Lee also received an re-eli'ction. So far as kuo\\ n at the Sons and Arlington, where thousands: have including the material palace car. '

'I i Germistoii that the r.vntfiof: M'H'rIIlull>lr>l IHT ton. ovation, u.s did General S. B. Buckner, of Veterans headquarters BisotH' Hm..- their resting) places marked with im- Large !go downs, |'him-se wan-houses j! :" : :i
i to move the capital to and the various orgam/ations m man is the only unuounml candidate, erishiible granite! and wh.'rtrill other fiilled with merchandise: were burned J "

IU the northern part Oft WILL CLOSE BRANCH HOUSES, cheering each other. The latest comers but friends of II. E. tnt\ a grandson of thousands are :grouped about the eiugloimposing I after having been .liofcMl by the rioters. ..:..;:.,;

received the most flattering: welcome, the confederate general, say he will Ire a monument' with its sad inscription The damage done is estimated at MO.OiX "I'
r arenr.ll'Iiinesellar. !'u1.i Works to 1);-,'ho1rI' not for the reason that they wenmore candidate and declare! thtwill. make "T the Unknown D.!ad." teals.
Soil Men .lime 1. highly thought! of than any of the race a clone one. -- I The neighboring! villagers seem W M #.
: Thf-re ,
s IIyn are Tribute to Confederate Hrlld.
'', two tor- I'ln---:'.. M.v.It-All: flu brurh! thiiM.who had preceded them !in tho have joined the attack, showing thai >. :
:1.-11''', hall, but because there were more pts- MemphisVmiti Newt Keuntun.MKMPIII CHICAGO, May :30.-The confederateveterans the uiu\fluent is: not confined to tin 1
Bntr h'l-iM-stif thNnion
1'reu. c'rui-.r. TU'OIt'jnipiny
.1 .1 a I
ple to cheer their arrival. The entnusiajin :-, May"9.-secrtary: Henry held a'service at their mouumeju "BofTs.: Eight; rioters who were capo "xi'
and "lut,1'| J of war aiuinu in tile: I'uiiji'ry: exei, pt the four located was of the MUUOquality throughout, turt-d will In-
> .. : added t" the foreign Herkor of. the Cott >n Etchaugi' has received in the confederate plot at Oak- Indecaintatiil. rt1.111
in Niw Y.r, !:, Cliu-j":''>, :Am: lVainiM.ii; file ouly liiFvreui-e that it mcn-av.'d m i The mad, inside the walls wa line I '
*u and all have luultdIII a formal invitation from tin- wood. the ), l'
They first manned through
volume the cmwtl numbers.. ;
and I'lttsburvill be cloned on June Iuud a" grew I with trunp-rs who givcted the! traveled t'I
di The lis.rutions of the hall were elaborate mayor nfiu city council Memphis;, the (;. A. 11. plot and as they 1 passed throughthe with a fusillade nf stones. Tho whoU ;/,. 0'C
too malingers; and employes >- and in the best of i-.te. The prevailing county court through; Chairman, the lines of federal veterans bill their nintry is excited. :
\1.1' ill ltl OIt'OL MHii ch-ir i'.1. lu the tufure nilhil'lUt'ut"
: tim tributes of the of their ,
feature was naturally tho old Memphis Commercial vxriation, peace 011 graces --- -il
an attack: of grippe? 01 the iiroi'.U'-ti of the company will bt col .irs of the confederacy, the ;stars: and BusinesMen's club, the Merchants' former enemies. The fraternal call was Allowed tn Enter Pcklri:::*. .1'. ;.''
1/1".1 yii-M tot lift wonproperties mud' fioi'i! the various works m differ- barns Uing hung in profusion on all Exclwngi' and the trades and labor councils repaid Liter by the Dewey post G. A. TIETSlx. -
eat far'of the .' 'l1l1tn'. May ; 'I.-\lIll'rh'm. British
R. the of which strvwod flowers
"f FUI..;" s ti.Iusof the interior of the building. to the United Confederate veteran '
Thor j lose, list "f those brmrhhnne i the lawn under which: buried Japanese, G.-rnau, Italian UiuB
TAK. which ttrength- Along the north Mile of the hall were to attend their annual reunion and on lire I "t
ui HI l makes them :, n atly i-very city the country I Ih place portraits:: of diitiu/ui-.ln'd heroesof every effort to secure tho meeting ol the confederates who died while pri ou- und I'r.-uch trap t.i. the uvmlicr of un] t :

t O'Alniibeite. or-lerwi.l.IVIO.,' one i or!II away in ire of with about The":K>new em-l! the cimfeiierate s.-rvi('. The pir 1901 for Memphis. : ers at Camp Douglass during the war. each have U-en ordered to :guard theiirenjArtive ;J';

I trait, t hi ise of llaphael: S"inni".sWade : legations: at IVkmg bnt thaviceroy :
and result in for the i
Niu( SAL WAS REFUSED. plover of lee than a ) Hacipton, John I>. Gordon tomes HEARST TO RUN WITH CRYAN Gverelirr at Marietta.MARIKTTA hors will nut allow them to pro)- ,
c not ayear. will Jackson! Robert E. Let, S. B. (Ja, May 30.-The gravesof (..ed hence to Peking on the railway '':

', 15 1I..ll1l1n"IIII.\I'I'I'.I",1 ---- Ijuckner. Ji)>-'h E. Johnston, Leouirtas Democrats Will I'rotutblyootuat0 the federal! soldierin! t1"! National with'iut the fnu.sent ot tho tsuug Ii ya- )I'f(
*"ijirriiK* Court.M. CATHOLICS TO CELEBRATE l'k.: :Stephen: D. Lee, Nathan U. For- Him For Vice President. L. .

A to.. May :;').-In theattorneys -- rest John Morgan, John Breckinridge, \Y ASI1I'OTUS.I.l) HO.! -Some of the cemeteryvre with flowers nien.One hundred and eight Americaiii .'
(iol.lcnluMlee to lie Uiiscrxedltll Crovernor I-ham Harris: and Colonel and appropriate M.-morial day exercises with a machine gun and a field gUll f (
f or John Man- John Marshall. Tho most prominent Democratic leaders, in- were held. Blue Ridge ).-t. No. 0, .
Iniiioslnx CiM-riuuiilcs.. i irtniit< were untikii ; p aided In rij last night amidst great enthusiasm 41
ink I >uncan, al'iivd: safer with appropriate ctremoiiie chilingtucmberi of tho national committee Jasp.T 0.1.'lInmu': .'; Auxihi.ry post I on the jsirt of the residents. :;; ,I
WAMIIVHTUV. May :%:'.-It is learned N-i. 1 O M. Mitchell! :;.,. Atlanta
fur the post.
mvict iinirMvrJ. Dead Soldiers ilouored.Hung and men in their conlidi-nce, tire I Five Russian and one British warship 'j .;
lit the (ptptl; legation that the gulden jubilee ;.J. B. :Steadinaii p >.t. N i. 4. i'alla- have arrived Taku and the British : '
t ): \V. ,Adam, who on the windows 1r. ck of tine quietly pulling the wires: for the nomination nt .f .!
up ( la.V.. T. Satnnaii: Nest No. I
II r tiffiethanniverstryufthefonuLan"i PKIVI. ; | her W
'r Kirkley, wa- shut rod rostrum at the east end of the hall werePktmted William 11. Hearst of the New 1';, Blue Ridgj! ( ..\. ; Sons i'f Vewrans.aid I are now loading. O> warships: are J. ;
tin night ,.'f :March} V7. foil >\vrobbery of X""Jllaly'u"l.iu, a.s aiEpisiiijMl the name of the illustrious soldi"r York Journal for the vice presidency. manycitizens participated in the I i hourly espnt'ted.Three ,;;'; .i
thousand Chinese from
..f the Stamlard od's we, which occurs Most Thursd > of tho south now dead. The name t'll'rl'l ;. I'' troops '' qt;'r
> safe entered a motion fur a d siivesas tli.- initiative to no less ot JeiiiTul Ijuiig-.tnt-t was inscribed on Tho story comes from a man who has Lu Tai are expected hire today t-uroutd :1- it

rlt hii-h \'I'"oo\'rrul..I"y Jii'LcMaruniu than veu ,,"uilar't'llt.*, which will one of the jiant's. Aniund each name himself been spoken of in connectionwith 11'1a"I..IIIII11I l'dipplnes! : to Fang Tai. I'. .. '"i JI

; was then sentenced M.m lie "ohvrved \' piirt of the was drawn a laurel wreath of rriuiin.Aliove this nommutiiiu, but who for several M \11.\, Hay .Memorial: ilay was I Urit Mi :Marines Land at Taku. : t' !
July Ii! nid! Duncan wax given ainv the names wero iiihcnbcd thoplart's reasons: would not allow his name ,
co.iiitry.July in the list of caddidates."The obs rued here us a gcisernl lIoJitl.l) Military -I SuVilttMay:11)TheItritishwarship. : : :
to the jieniteutiary. Dnu- of their nativity. to IIl'
19! the four archbishops of Xew .f'
was sentenced first, agu'.n asr York city. Xw Urli-aiis and :Jfanta 1'enmnrl i Two enormous confederate battle flags Democratic managers have been iriwonu's WIT. hi-M at the various I. Orlando and Algenne have handed ':")to;

.ut h* was not present at the ', their firt half century while the were hung over the stage, tho field of on a quiet search of the east looking fora s'ati.jas and Milu'es.n-rw fin-l from 10J men at Taku, where the French, '''".

the shouting of the ofllcvrs. ".IIU" Liv. marks th" semicentennial! of white, with the crimson edge.; Along man who, in return for a ice presidential the forts u( Santiago; and .VumLi A Russian and Japanese guards have al .' '

A f'llTliulr'R!! railed upon to three .suffrax'in: bidi.ipdcsVheeling, the Mde of the xinMker's desk were strung nomination, would be willing to military escort proceeded to the palate ready disembarked. The "Bonr:!" aril ( ..;.:(

tc h, faced the judife Iml.lly, Jsivunn.ih; u'id I/n .\u ull's, all of which stripe of crimson and whit bunting; make heavy contributions, to the cam- cemetery, where the graves uf United apparently without arms, except those! ..:;r-

.. >e u'.tiu th+t truth .>f the statement were fiiuii.le-l by thu Lit j nie. the ft'ttoonsllUd l.oie of the Mime color pain; fund," said he. "Several men :Stares soldiers \\* re dee.rated and an they have obtaiiiud from the !soldiery --r.:
rtnnng; the trial that it was not 1 ornamented the front of the !>t
-'r NVvr York Harry" who firwl DEATH OFMRST NEilSON the right and on the left of the stand reasons fouud ineligible. It has been rtbels. .%. ;

ri i i>h"t4.Mt. stood a brass Napoleon both guns being found that Hearst is Inure than willingto Quietly Observed at
nissing sentence it was sns- Dep.Mse-1 War SUter of Late :Ot'liator.1111' twined: and garlanded with wreaths: of put up whatever the Democratic nian- CHICAGO, May 30.- I"lUoriaIy was 1 The ancients belifVeu that rheumatism _. -.rJ:; ,'
f '\ >; ifli-r that the be' 1 ; regard as the sum was the work of demon ;. i'
raws mar \ \nrth'arollua.: i riblion and bright green foliage. ; agers may proper '
a. the supreme court, us will be Directly under the speaker's: stand and x) if these men who have the manegiment !jtruietly observed here. The board of ; within a man. Any one who ha4 : ;

ASHVIU.F.. X. 0., May 30.-Mrs. I.aura ,, itoo.1 two crossed rifles, while at either of things in hand are able to i trade, the Stock Exchange, the bunks had an attack of sciatic or illttam'matorv r'; \

\ Xeils>>u, widjw D:. M. L. Xeilson, end of the:stand hunK a rifle with the carry out their present plans they will I i and many of the lirgost stores: were rehumatism will agree that '! '
leisn'mnmltaSuiride. is dead. accouterments dangling free. put Hearst on the ticket." closed out of respect to the country's soldierdead. :I the infliction is demoniac encfugh to ; ,' tI

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AI rniplnyt in the Mexican customs and wasabunt 74 of ', building were hung the coats of arms of the part of )r&. Hearst on the one -- claimed that Chamberlain'si {
county years are. the states of the Confederacy, each bond and these particular Democratic DYNAMITE ON THE TRACK. i Balm would cast out demons, .;ij
"1"1' kl.1:: himself here fie Zt.'b'
came She sister of the late Senator
was n leaders the other but it will cure rheumatism, and :;
shield being held in place by knots on to see Hearst put .
*" X"W Orleans and put up at a lodg-I' Vaniv and the late General U. B. Vance. :I i i formed of the stars and bars.! Diagonallyacross on the ticket. With regard! to the re Terrltte Explosion In St. .oull''ple I hundreds bear testimony to the
w 'I'" He WitS found seated in his The surviving members of the family are 'i truth of this statement. One ;
the roof of the building were port that Admiral Dewey would accept Thrown Out of u" .. I appli* '
-ur with! a bullet hole through his Mrs. X,'is! 'ii's three sisters.Mrs. Hannah cation relieves the and this "
stretched long hues bearing a great the second place on the Democraticticket ST. Lons 30.terrific p'un, '-J. 1'I
May explosi -
"rst h'mll.'arJrI'i wa from U-gnna Herndon Mr<. Sarah Hale of this city relief which it afford is alone '
, number of small confederate fiags.i those closest to him say there is quick i.
' '' r uhr, whore he in the wr'' and Mrs. !t. X. Price of lorri town, i supposed have been caused by !
{ WM i Tht'reI.ij, as usual in such gatherings i: nothing in it. It is mtunat*>d that Dewey I worth many times its cost. For sale :':

rr Teun. -- considerable difficulty in getting |I is one of the men wile was approachedby dynamite placed on the tracks of the by Hannah"Bros.., 21 :South Palafox

MILITIA AT ANDERSONVILLE. down to the business of the section, and the men who are now talking of Union line at Fifth and Chambers I street. 'fI'a\
lot .
\TIMICS- -COMMITTr.K.l'r' i although the h6ur for opening the con- | !Hearst, but that he did not consider, the street, shook the buildings and broke the I. I will repair your watches and '; ;

; parelnforuuinnfor the Inlh- Troop eut There to Predate Order ,, veution was noon it was somewhat after nomination worth the price anked. i gloss in all the windows in the neighborhood jewlrr in flr.-t-rlasa style J, I.

Among thee ;roes. that time when Major General Poyntz at midnight. Many Stephens. l
nun CuiniiiUkliin. commanding the Kentucky division of MR. HANNA WILL RETIRE. persons I ,
A\flIlb.\\ ILLE, Ga., May 30.-Four __ !II were thrown from their beds by the
1 rdance with the action of the confederate veterans, called the assembly TOTIIKOn PUIILIC.
violent sh x-k and all awakened
companies: militia, the Americus Light' order. He announced that I Will Not Serve Another Term u 8 National < were ,
: .I!, recently held tit the to and less terrified. and
Chairman.WASHINGTON more or after the first clay of June. .
with from Albany the exercises would begin with the singing I
infantry, two companies ;
So far known MM! *),
irt room to confer with aof as no one was injured.The no picnia or pl" azure party of
and one from }'itz t'ral. have arrived of the doxology, and after it hail May 30.-Senator Hanna jioliee have been nimble to null out any kind will t u allowed to land at t'

the. isthmian Canal hen to preserve peace and prevent Un sung by tho entire assembly he intnxlnced does not intend to serve as chairmanof who was responsibln for the explosion. I| th Gulf of Mexico Marine Railway '
Hev William Jones, cliaplainiat
of the -
-.1 tn president possible disorder among the negroes. the R 'puLlicanll1tional {committee The rioting yesterday among the Company's wharf at Navy ('OVA. '

U 'i'linrce li.n nppoint- There are several thousand negroes assembled hief, who delivered a short prayer. during another presidential l'ulII.I.liln.SeDator ttrt car strikers was fullowed by quie; '1'. WH.LK.S..
.' I dy th" illowinir : t tI H.I here and us these gatherings Ailiro..n \Velcoino.. today. No fatalities occurred amour: i 2--mlw"t.
I I. (' WdtM-M 15 :S.M Hanna thinks that one term as the 11 shot ill riut.s.
usually result in bloodshed the authorities Mayor Weaver of L.ui..ville then j>Tiis yestrdav's
I 1I.->ih'1; and J. M. deemed it expedient to have a strong;; Ciune forward and in an address Wt 1- chairman of the national committee is R. H. StiLsou of Chicago, the uiotorniau i i Heady mixed paints of all shades

i I stir president of the military farce present to insure good ('om..tltbe veterans to the city. about as much as an ordinary man cores who was shot through: the spine is m a''' and colors at the Willis Hardware '

t, h'i-iiie I.IIU" 11:14 order. Then came a series of short \\"plrom.fnll '. to endure. critical condition. i Co's. ?

. 1011\\,111' : J. EJ spcechaf, Colonel ThomasV. 15ul- Senator Hanna says it is his present Cars are running oa 11 of the Transit I IcomlJauy's j Oats hay
.. 1 'v Lurt-Mi, F. ItL I'nalile to \Vurk.Chis. htt welcoming the visitors on behalf of intuition as soon as the Philadelphia lines :' corn chops ,

I. I.. Mayes ai d Keplogle of Atwater. ()., the board of trade R'-". Carter Helm: convention adjourns to puck np his cotton seed hulls, cotton

v i1'-. to act as a joint was unable work on IIl'C''llIt f-f Jones extending a greeting on bi-half of traps and go off to some quiet retreat, Kantrtstlty Strike O/! !II I seed meal bran etc.. at H

..I.:".. and forwardam. l..iJnptrnnhlp.. After nin Canal ('" min i- irn for the fluanco committee of and anxieties of political and business
t'I RE four dHys he was the union street car men in Kansas City i fox street. Phone 213.
ai d ..(*ti-tier rtlatii gptrtiva cured. W. A. D'Alemberte. !';.: ri'Uiv.: '?.. The final tress i welSOT excitement. He continues to suffer from
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has IK.-II railed off
unconditionally on i
lienrtlts of 111 rheumatism and other ailments which
--- car-load of cookin
m A -stovei and
the of the strikers. The m.-n are !
part '
anal 1
to the conimercii State Contention Kates. his physician insists can only be relievedby uptodatranees.iat O. :M. I'ryor'a =
-' :Ji I il iutt n-sts uf Peiisacolai stnmiph. fullness after eating absolute mental as well "as physicalred. free to secure reinstatement upon individual : Furniture House e

,, *:1".. terntuiy. Each delegate mint purchase afirstclass ; flatulence are all cured by im- He is deeply interested in the result application. Bargain:
\S'4t-ou tlf the Chambir: ticket from the place of I ert-ct clj f'.ti'H1. PKK-K'.Y ASH of the coming electii m, and he does' FUFMI: CREAM

;r will shortly i-siie a starting top!-ree of meeting at there I IFt ERS corrects the disorder at not hesitate to say so, but he is confident CITY TAX BOOKSTO C. H. Gonzalez & Bon will take orders F

'L' .ins i ; of the committee. rates. and at the same time nc drive! out badly diget d that the campaignnl] bn properly for fresh cream. This H your

procure from the ticket agent a certificate 'oo I and( tones thl'stomach. livir managed by the gentleman who will be CLOSE. I chance to get pure cream promptly .

II. I ,...It.., the Mir: IIII1.. showing such payment of bill bowel. For sale by Hanm hhro. selected to succeed him as chairman of when wanted.EDUCATIONAL.. Ymiw r t
\ full fare as a delegate, and the route .. the lIationall'Ommittee. Taxes not paid on or le- -i-

ll' j.I "told Krnick Hamilton by which return ticket will be de- -,-- --- -- i lie was not prepared to give the name fore June 15th WOO, will i,1) after tiering sired. The return tickets are then A choice as-ortment; of handsome of his successor, as he discreetly remarked advertised end The winter and spring term of the
< It..ctltl sold
t. I : .-. r..ln Fistula, he procured on these certificates from picture, oil and water color in rich that the privilege naming the be Literary department of Meux' Bur

v' : ui.le.a costly operation: the ticket offices at Jacksonville. friiii!". just received at O. M. Pry- 1 chairman of the committee belongs to Honks close positively on mess;; College will close on Friday,
; 'ruied' : hut hI" cured himtlve J.C. CooptiK. Secretary. House. the majority of the niemliers of the tune The
a or'a Bargain Furniture national late..Iv. H. timmer term will open r ;
7" that .
0'\. ,' hexes of Bucklen'Si Jacksonville, April 28. I : committee to be rhfwen at the ( June 11, and continue wlthoa- litter
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n' alro.the surest Pile cure on launder spreads for i coming convention at Philadelphia. r1tcA" OE RTI.YG, mi-tion. Sight aid day a" <;iona.
.Ii! I We will your
he.t '
t11. -..1cFtUt3 a box. Sold in the ,i ROSS & CO/6 I' 15 cent each and make tbem look City Tax Collector. the "ttronageof the general ..'i"iic't .
.. by W. < I Try THE NEWS Want Column. I Is solicited 19mlfrrHE 'f
L'kmLberte. Druggist WINDOW SCREEXI5. like new. Star Laundry mtd: ;K :.
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Sex FIUVCISCO, May 29.-The United

K. J. Sugar;: is a sugar planter of States Cruiser Philadelphia is being overhauled -PROPRIETOR m'-o 1

Monroe at Mare naYjrardi. It is thought

Likely to Retard the Adjournment has two tutors: a dent she will soon be wilt into Chinese water CRONIES SHLOON'ODEALERI1o

ti ,>t and two druggists nil ninths .. Thp Mohican will be put intocommission.

t 1iI of Congress. : :Slaughter.: ; The revenue cutter MeCniloch :

/ Senator: Platt is a Kr-cuH'd: pliaraucist. has: sailed for Bebring St'a. "

:, -- I!! Tor several years \:t'lS the (;rout U.ll KuvoraMy deported Imported and! Douestic( \\T\rn\ L Lidaor! t '? :?. '. r

( ., I'UU'OSE, OF M'OO.VEKN Hr.r.CII.n..fI.n. senior member of n ilrt:; lirra la O vego..Tosepb ; JUG TRADE '
A'IHI'.iTO'1. i'.i. After SPECIALTY. .
1 -
an exciting -
., Patton: Lal heen l a tax assessor ,
PACTS contest Listing; m.iuyninifli the Comer 8"tultct VH n,-v r: <,- p. .
('f Ho'.ieLiia! Ilil>ciat. in Sai.ndcrs -

m .r IIr the I'"",' \on !'"Ii..,. nf the county Neb., i'ir 21 consecutive advocates of the Grout bill, pun! : an

\dlllIlblrlllulI Iirm .!T-ii.. AUc lS9ri. linost prohibitive tax i.u : .;' --- t

!u1.\' ( a in;>r.:,-;;. Val< rllll-Hun- Chief Justice CioruJ.i of the state supnuie ):lrl like imitation butterbus... -.ui'ftt'dwl _____ -.- I1 4,, ns t t
in liuviiiK that nil a ure !
tavoraMy reported -
I'rrxliicct Look cou of: V/a hlnston: ;; has reaIga-
I from the Louse committee.
I awl.m retire fru.u the bench .
.< i-d on \
Wfisi.TiiMay 31.-; }] --'-

I> 'r\ ; ng was uovin aljju: -.rootl.- ', Aug. 1 ui'M. VciH'/.ucl.Hi llrvoliitl.ia irnU.

I ly i,or adjotirniiifEt! on ti> (.*.!h. -j.' -luiit I rharli's Hrondway K.MISS. the 1.1.u: C.vKAr\b, Ven,'zueli, May S!').-General .

'mtil the rinliiniine dl;:ite wa s:.: uas milUoiiaire: is :.:! arc>:')j>lisli! "'d piau.- Henumdi'Z the fl'latbnkt loturit r, >. : ;

', and sjit-ndj! an hour at his plauo: eui.eviuiiig \
and: then we act all at Mi Igan; has lvn
: captured K'jvernnieut trop I
--= li "I>1 1Senator of his hfe.Covet TIN revolution i< now con>idere l ended.

GENTLY ON THE : : SpooueV Wb v .j, 1', '' -tood nor Uoosc-vi'lt detest jewelryfif -- -

Ita" a defence of '.. !..i' .. T'l'lscjand all kinds and never wears any c.vcept Hi-er rlu.luc 1'rolilbiti-il.

KIDNEYS LIVER of. the adrinr! n C.' l'\lro. a plain gold seal ring ou v hick Li; NEW YOUK, May :-Ofiiotrs of the

it was Jalll1'i. : I. .< -MS and i family arms arc l"l1r.l"I'J.I" : Columbia teuu.r class say that there -

4 BOWELS 1'opuia. .'. .' !, >11'i 'licy wanted ('. C. ('. :iae of fh.cago will be the I will be no beer drinking toaruument on Thompson Olsen & .

AND to mak .... :a i '.l'aiu; material "guide, lO'III.hl.r:! and frleaJ" ofPreshdeut class day; that the proposal was a

too and the riiiliinue debate suiniosed ,I llariKT of the University of The so-ralk'd joke IL'llto newspaper editoriuh 26.2- Intendeucu Street

CLEANSES THE SYSTEM to have been closed when the Porte : Chicago during his Ilussiau tour. and denunciations of such a con '
: u.t.
i Rican bill was pas ,'.1. wa< reopened Jeueral Cronje has a tU'phstudy.- .-- -- --
:l} EfFECTUALl'f
I and adjournment i>n .pects were at a lug for a professional career in Ixindon Crulsor New York Sails.

I ISPEES S I discount for the time. The debate ou who las !become a British subject andwhose t' NEW YORK May 2J.The Unitxl A. M. AVERY ,

a adcdd EAPArNEEYERr the rhiliMi'.nes! became warm at times 1 sympathies are all with his newcountry. States New York which was ,
and much that interesting although -
OVERCOMES j was achored off Tompkinsville, has lIill'11fill' (Bkoc.aJrlo/t.r, if ArotfuilI'

(t 2" little thatVB>I new was It i.s authoritatively stated that President Newport to be present at the Naval

CoN5TIPATbON brought out. Senator SIKMIIUT Pon..! McKluley has been 511llllShulh.t! college on June 1. She passed out IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF

HABITUAL of the Lest debaters in the wnate. No by camera 3.
PERMANENTlY man more willingly; accept a ellalleuge: mullt s. This gives an average of I -.---- :I"Iarc1wareiron

than I..,, an.lllo man is more ready tc Mrs. Gladstone Weaker.
ITS more than the times a day.
FHf fftCTS.ev meet all comers who desire to illtt'rruj.t I LONDON May 20.-It was mid that ,
f IC I:[ or interrogate hia.! l'nntor.t Las returned to Washington Mrs. Gladstone gradually Nails, AUF, Shovels) Saw Mill and tteanboat rt'I'1! : t'l

much improved I iu health and growing !and Heating Stores, Paint Oils and Window OIa _
Hale and :Moricnn.
THE GENUINtM', 0 erALIINIAFrGSYRw@ looking: better than for several months weaker. Her left tide is partially parPneutnoni.i -

Two senators found themselven\ outside past. "The ;gulf breezes at Pass Christian klyzed. Agate and Tinware and Housefurnlsliln! ? OjodGXIli
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I cf their party lilies on the 1'hiliic
gave uie a new lease of life he : follows la grippe hut11f'"t'r
pine iuestlon.! and each contributed t4till' Plat*!
flow the i, snd FishSjs! : Tackle
tl.g'r.0( Saa ru.r'grY Ntw erio4tIca says.Comirander. ue of KOI.KY'SJIoxFY
caniiwi material of ;he niiposition --
: : AM> TAK, the ,!rent throat
rat a0t sr1IL St.brooder, the
flAil e..A"oa.6sa Seaton
varty. Senator Hale disconcerted! a nil lull*: remedy 1V..1. D'Altiii- AGENT for Birmingham r..)llins; Mills! Conjpajiy .
the Ptmocrat 111'Ol'rllor of (;UIIIII. was exicutiveotlicer
Itfimlilicans ullllplo.a..1 bt-rte.
Belting Northampton Em'3ryVhGPi
\\liy the Judge raid Ore nth | of the battleship: Massachusetts _-- --- Company U'4:
by his declaration against a colonial
for tlii* of the relation of pill J. I. ; Powder Company, Johnson's Kslnirlae, Iron King ala' .
story | pulley and his further: a.-M'rtioii! during; our war with Spain lie was a Stephens has a large: assortment -

tics and medicine the Philadelphia that the I'nited States had no intention classmate! of Commander Waluwright; of Solid sterling Silver! and and Ranges. We:. Cota:'. & Co.'- !\'tr' HUe Lace LSgtOrr !S'a. ., It,

Medical Journal vouches: A i>hy 'lcan! '.. of retting out vf ('uba. Hut the at the Naval academy, both men having Roger's Knives; Fork and i'poOIll Male a.Masonic .
huninioned in haste to attend the
wag received their appointments from --
Ilemocrats had not dune chuckling over
('bll l of a family that lived iu two j, the IIJ"IlIlla'UlI.'r Hale had ;given President Lincoln in 1MM. Siibcribe to TKK NKVVS only Id Temple, Peiisieolii: FL..

rooms iu the 11I'1I'rt of a law Anierij j I cents week.
from Vatican circles per
when Senator Morgan: a IK'iuonit of A tory conies
New York. The child had
equal prominence in his paity to that that the mpe' was approached recentlyby Dove brand hams and
l-een seized suddenly and seriously of Senator Hale among the Uipuliliian a clerical deputation who Implored K. C HIUST. WM. M K.NoXVI.KS.: W K.H \KR.JK .
and just at election( time. The wither I breakfast bacon, Isolds &
works of iabride; ,
the rrt-biJfiii t'Ice
made a rabid e.xpaiivUui tiiieech, him to suppress -I'Ir-nbLt. Ia-h.'
gas iu de>pnir. Dud l when the doubtful I supporting a ('uluuillpuliI"Y and standIng d'Auuunzio. The pop is said to have Swift's butterino. Wil-

priijinii-U was given she broke Into by what had 1"'eta done iu the pal land replied: ''Leave IJabriele d'Aiuiunzio liams' and Charbcinn can's

watlitif; and violi-tit self condemnation I generally what was proposed to alone. He, at any rate I Is alxiut the jellies and preserves at H.Muller.s. First National Bank
for soave humble sin of the! family to ,
who knows how to
do iu the future. "When they quote only man living 4UO South Fala- '
\rliith she said! the child' illness! was "
: Hale at us said a Republican senator write Italian. fox street
due a direct pmiUhuietit for their 1
:I "'\1"\1\ 'Iuuh'| :Morgan at them and Queenlctorla has approved the
crime. She would and curse! the mag-
go that will be a stand off. grant to the famous tenor Sims FINK POL'LTRY.At OF PENSACOLA. FLA.
Ictrate for It all. her husband should I
Picture of the President. IteeveR of a civil list pension of f 1A( a
resign from "the force" nail such evilways I :IIDCTOItUiWM. :
I rem people. really have a correct idea! year in recognition of his eminence as a C. Corner's Poultry Yard

should lie renounced forever. !| of just how President McKluley really Binger. For a long time past dlr.t I I am now ready to sell eggs! for setting H. KNOWLES, W. A. BLOUNT. F. C. BKENT W K .1 ', Kn t
Curious ti> know how the magistrate i
.t looks at the present time, and to mod Reeves has been confined to his lied, from the following breeds of D. G. BRENT,
("ould lie held re>|N>iiMble for the child'sIllness \
persons he is a much older man than I I and his state of health dons not warrant chickens : Dark Hrahmas, I'altridgeCochin

the doctor linally secured the '1 they would naturally suppose.' Ont' the hope that he will ever lie ableto <, Light! IJrahma: White

eon-H-ii'in-e confession, that stricken the crime woman of the consisted poor, I reason generally for at-ciMomcd this is I! that to the seeing people; the an, work again. lie is an octogenarian.: .I Cochins Lphorns.Vyndotls., Plymouth .Rocks My fowls, Brows are r rr{ri:( n U muti b Aa 1 gU tg1We l tg I:!l ldraw

in allowing; the names of many fraudulent from the very best strains to be
president pictured as he looked whei.1 I
voters to be registered as residing! 1 found, and I invite the public to call
lit' had chariie of the famous tars Whrrr- the Blame I.ten.
in her lioiiw, In swearing to the lie and see my poultry ) /lrd-about 7tn our own BilN of Exchange on (treat
bill bearing his n.une or later picture-, "No woman he said !in his superior fine fowls hand. of France. An-trfa. Holland .
t-tc. The magistrate also! had demandtl on Setting 13 Germany. Italy Spain, Bel inni. n'. .
this of all the neighbors iu return taken when he first entered the \Yhltti masculine way "can sharpen a lead epirsfor. U. O. LoriE COLLINS" way, Sweden Denmark and other European chantries.Dlsbureed .

i i IIoiiM?. Hilt the \l.Ht four years hau'. pencil." 7a tf Manager. --
for lnde prilialile political favors. I .
w.nked great changes In the face ol! "Well" she said "do you know IgrV"Q: ele upon the Most Favorable l Term- '
The child recovered and the
magistrate the president.! His! face was ih\ay I where the blame lies?" Obligations Taken Payable at I.'urot Destination Ten or jo'lfll- .jp .

I'uid the physician's bill. 1'1I'01i:11..1 his I'XI'I'"i"u item, bin I t "No. Where SEMINOL PAINT. after Vessel Arrived te. '

I those two qualities are intensified ol f "With the pencil of course.! Womanwas ---- - --
I cnsid it not only aplraurebut
a duty I owe to my neighbors i to late. The: lines: of his face have become invented first, wasn't s\Je-thl. l'ult'ul..d.1 L 357"Safet7 Deposit BOTOS for Rent in Connection

tell about tha! wonderful cure effected diH'pHr, his mouth firmer and lih. cage Post _.--- Maniac W I by FIfi( a Paint forts with which we have R PriYRtn Apartment for tbeUw

In my ca*H by the timely use of brows hcauer. Ills last four rl'anhan' of Rontttr

Chamberlain's" Colic, Cholera and added twice that number to his; La Grippe Siiccethtully 1"rf>III1. SOLD BY ALL DEALERS

Diarrhoea emedy. I wa takn appearance, but there 1l Is no iiiNtakiiu: : "I have jut recovered from the .
badly with tlux and procured uI second attack of I.i grippe tliN year: ana liy
very the countenance, with all the changes!
bottle of thi rf'lIIl'dA few doe ays Mr. Ja*. A. Jones, publi-her of THE ORIGINAL- ;
I was! recently comparing two photograp'is i J. E. Dubuisson & Bro.
of it eltecteil a permatiHtit CIJr('. I t1)" Leader alexia, Tfxas. "In theLitter ,
of President McKinley. out'
I ineil ('hatr.h'-rlaiif-!
take pleasure in recommending if to ease
I'or. Intrnilfncl.iiindTHrra< :"iii : >
other MiITeiin.j! from that
.-J. \\'. LY N r n. Dorr.V.. the house and the other taken but iwcik t I cniisiderab e success, only being in 1'KNSAl'OLA.: rl.Thi ..\. T I LU1It'

Va. TMretiifily i N ...M by Han- or !so ago.; Il..tli v.-ere proliles. bed a little over two day-, ugaill-t; << pgluthateenGnusehrrrandInflu. A 1

nah lro21 I South Pdlafoxttt.'t.. and the ani.-t toll me til! the \' '- ten days for the former attack. '1' IIPecmid Mt-inii> fur-t\t art-ulTiTfd rnlinrs. ci-rti\nm in d li.ii.ilrids n> i'-nfiitiinoi.iitU !

attack: I am sati-lied would nii'rtt 'Ilioof \\ lu tiaiv onrcuMil
dent Rl'aay! :; ici-f.-rred n prolil-1 I p.ctur. ; it nuptii'iiH -
Nine chincM I.i: tol I"r ki.tney 'lave been equally: as bad as the lir-t i 'telrortl. rs.
'. AndTith! su'-U! a jiroflle: thenhtlle i ,
tr"I"I."lIIlIlIo1nrtfd to I: H.M.H .
: < :
tIn' ii'-tt :itt.Miti'i if mu d-m't Wifflds" Tie sideiew ...C.i:, I I'ut fur the USH of this runnly' a- I KII- A. B. C. :3.
feel well. l"ui.KY'Km.NKY: Ui'ls hal l to :go to bed in limit ix'hOIlI'
(a" :' Mti-is: to bring Ott more that !ii i.,
makelie.. )l'iy kl.1nand will attt-r being 'stuck' with it, vviil! intin
make well.: N.,tuni! : pl"j u-I iudii<<' a fr>Pt! t'i;u nlth yon : I..- ivfil I at the llicc "f t1 '
net <
d." wA. j'AI\J.hH/\. 1 1'utl1l"J: !li.' r-'i'l likcnesse*. Hut th about two c.1.IIff'rt'! g.-'-
ago I.i'jlit-Ilnii-1 Ktijiiucer. :Mili I !. Al-: -
-- one tiing! ;: that iniiircs<,'< nmmuM n!I ting 'down."' FOIrall' by ihnn.r 'rfr g a
.iti.iiht. until I:! n'did :'>1.. Jnii
twin;: the two pi'-fares! i< the rreahoneP I t Hru-. :and all nu-dicine deal"I! is.Trv .
Call lor Male: t'-'menlioi. II, Hum.' anil tiicn, .itn-.i )I. .- .
for :< IIIWM-ictic inunt'cn t,- ( that bus 1I..n I wrought in ". ,;nu-tinu and i-iti-i.i: ; : I.M-II-: ,- i
t"nl n 111' inn '
1r Ir
IM lil
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    1:1.:' Iwo..r,... "II'wrlll!h' parts nf the state of Floe <- th.- president has list 11".11. :Sound, Fla.! I'l-n-. -j'". ili,'' #

    Ida will ImM _t mixcniirn III'iMil. of his tenderr."s:, lii-i loll 1arrtt"las tion, .uid forins nf jTopi'-al: in: iy 1" .. -'"" -
    .. .... 'luculny ..luiiiIV, ut *? uuon fur Hit- Jlos. Q U/atsoi) 9 QD. "huiiu-cl : in t.: ot,tfi. t- r :
    lul'u"lu.c. iiirp .-. : amiiiri'! nitire. and while nit tlits >'ii nj'p.'iciitio"\ i- Lr;:: AlSJ di KI 8. B 1iGi:3: Wi rg. lrDr : \

    Ti rliiK** <|. ),:rtes t 1 r' I'tesi'nt the state : may lint show! up in phutoirrapli: it 1 U .-.'. .. N. DAMIir.I.L. < .. 1.1 arlt .

    in tin hdilHt rnit Kar.Hol nil tl, mcx-fmu-y. ;Mi'.. Jtilv> \" nti 4. l'<>/ /"
    ..III'dlll..I..I..r II!,.. i ll'c-is i fi.cnrrnor ; engager! in cunv"T"ation and nhen Insexpresiiu : .. r' -
    oiiiJu.tiot- of ili' .-iipri-niH r..urt.n chni'gr! ; ; with: his thought. Rental and Insurance '- : fW \199111E ofrnovi tlflt"Yt ik'a ,;:'.
    MvrrlMry ol SStnlf. \"11I'11i1 l W''W ,. .
    tuugdrolb-InitMinr.. Surii'l !cot'I l Crrpjiine; 1'iimnrd. : L : J .)- ...... : ir.i. : : S. '
    'Lbnc ]lal IL' 1I..I1.C'III'I..u.n'r <>f ., 'rl- The Iersisl i +"ut work of the l.r..l.ihition.t AGENT, ,, nth I I' t1 :::"'' "
    ? & l'A III
    fUlluii Kmlio-ul 4 imini -;('n<'" lor tlirtrim .tit V I a q. t.JUG TRADTE cOL :
    .-f four fmir 1'f -.I.I."Ih'1) Jo :: and, pe-iplf seems: I .'Y''r" .
    ) <-nr- > ti'iiiM'ii-e J Corner (i.irdeu and 1'.1 1.1 foxU''b ? ': : Iviivi-rv.. Any Part "' r' ,
    and four Hlixrnati- Iu. Irt.-d 'oralHit t ) ti 11 ia Mia-i' casi's.Vheti the presentI.ITT t .' t j t t. '
    nr\l u'll-'i" MH'tf :Uctioii. Nod ti
    lrnr.k.1- nicli tilhr l.u..n-i> IIi 1:11cunll. : pmvlding for provi-iioiial army 1'KNS.U'OI.A, FL-V. .Y i C.11- ..Ua ) _--.c-__-;. > !_"'-" rcr- \ 'I I onl rs li-ft Il : '.i- >>':,", V i l.'i: V till!

    IN'tetr lln" routrnlKin. forrvifi' ii i'Uilippi'ii-s! wa pass"ed. ': altudr.t'n
    '1 Iii* tliff!. rent rutintifs: in tu- .larw ill wefunushyoubrlowa tnf 1 l.-t nf lI. '
    rnddrltgalVI .> nit .t ci.i.\'nii.ii upon tli- a parnsrajih! was in""I'r'ted by Senator sirnl'i'ilvllioi: wtuc'.i U subject 'o \sly i k- I .
    1.11t11'1 (.b SO. <>' r. |jr.-i.iiialion: o;... d,-!. of North JMkotawliii -
    llm.shiot'gli : chang only: ..
    egal. hrrl.thene hLIlt.d u'I'.Ial !V' '
    Ihtsranahtnh. oft th -till' Irek.t ahnr-, ::1 was inteiidi'd tn abolish! the canteen >o. MI.! West Cervantes street : '
    fritnl|'" hUic:! mnr.lrr' nf \iiti-nt th '--t on'. }!;;.'.!.
    ', from army posts. The constnietion No. 117. North :Upriui street, T Leant. : ,
    "I\.r"I..II'.luli of I ; IIrd one itil'iitionaol cMillan
    .- fur lbs ',aelt.'n III race*. thrr..M whit the atrorni'.v ::t'w.ralIJ.I 'u.rytl''I\I. Bros. CICoppersmith' !"
    hen II tint lo titty or junrf. fit NII. ;aii., \\tkt Chawsn'et.7ronlesl-clogs ,
    11 mm
    this was to the contrary .
    IN iiinilllee Im, aUiiHlliiunt 1"I n-malas.: However. :Xi North: I [ f FAVORITE
    rt-iit.uii'ii wliric for vote MH> nirichi' and tJ cfintecn > Gas Ileus ttreet lorconistory .
    at 111" vlrriiou ft iH in nt\" county fut ever luiv that time -
    'hcjtetipcrnnie f''r\
    latr vr.l..rol.. I be cutintlen Uodrrtairule No. -I$ tt'estVuIght i-trwt. 7 ro tii- : .
    will I..* tntuleil lo pri-M'iilaliosi ua tolAlrtchuB advucutes have worked i..o.i :>..iiitly 10\ore $:).'''.
    No. ail, t'luthlrll:1lz street 7 n'ou-.I 1 I
    1.,1118: and Late broiigit to bear all\
    i ; pressure story. .JU..).. t'Tt

    KradforUCallmun .II It 1.0011 I.rty II rI possilde tsecure a ( hangs';: iu tlie No.,F"1$|siiii.No. *.t Wright street 0 roomslorv -. I 1 Place For Pensacola General Metal Wcr ; kJt

    +"'''I' i Lihi'-rty Inrrrrrd aw. end they secured report from the .
    ." : SSt Kast: Un-gory street 7 room.. 1 I
    > Mnnnl-t* :.: military: coi.miitte in favor of wiping stur\ J-.""'.
    .. :! Ualhnu No. :SI.:: --ttlovtrrnment street, : riMin. Buyers to Buy asofaturers of art Hearers! to ?
    Cltrui ... :!: Marion !' tint the caut.'cu at nil military: posts. story.. tap" a5T1 LL t
    Clurfolutuliiit t Nnnrt'r .. I
    II Vn.-au t nut it ;:u('.; even forth. r. and was cstcsdid :Vo. il". writ Government street "i r.urn.
    l< ,.le oraniiel I.' t,> all public buildin-'s of the I story, f 1.1.Ni .
    ". II ,, l.peoltt . .: >. 1.1 Kn: >t Government ttrei-t.-- r."in-, Choice Celebrated McMillan Seamless SLII:
    Vunl Suto ::: I'HM'O t l'uit..1tat... *. .\,. a matter of fact.liijuor I -Ion'. '1IIMI. ." FamilyGROCERIES Turpentine .

    ":I"'AIIIII'" II PolkKranklin is sold in very few publicluaUe :.SO. 217.EN-tiotrrnmrntstreet. inoni-'

    tiadgleh .. T::! -I.Johm----Putnam j ing;: -tin1 capitol II is almost the onlyone. 1 -r.\No."ni.$I"I.:Vest: Belnmut street 7 ramii-. Can i f dull them u kid, and repairing dace b ttt arch.

    w Hamilton 4 San" llosa: wine years ago the rules of tlie story. IliSii.No. : .
    ; North 1'eVllllers street :arc.miti -. '
    Hfrnamlo :J: sumter ; senate were so nuiditied as to preventthe > ).*II"Ire. MOBILE ALA.
    . 1 Puannnr r .
    Holme 5 III> loru sale of intoxicating liquors! in thesenate No. iMn-:!.4. Eft-I tjadsilfn strett. c- a
    F elliau. 4 room1 Mury.$7.St>,
    Jiok.....iiJeflerton VulumII wing of the capitol l, but. wines
    R'rkulaLafayette .. Wt'H LaKua street, 4 rooms. ;I -IS AT-
    rH Walton I and beers were still allowed and are story. w.t"i.o. -
    :\ -.'1'.'. Kn-t Intendencia street 4 rooms
    Ijiko T vVa-limsUm :J now. The house at near the
    very 1 story ?M I III
    Lets.... ::: The Well-Known
    time passed a bill prohibiting;: the sale And number of mini-] dwellings m nil ,
    1h < enuntlr. all| select their delegates of in the capitol but it never parts 0' Ibl' city, w hick will be shown you Ihw Cc ut a1
    say manner nblcb may considered b.- liquors by calling at the office. Up-to-Date Store Wr v unn an U W:1:
    by the people acting: thr tub tbf party organtiattonasreeognlzrAby passed the senate. Hut the restaurant
    the IH-I >t iiconvention. -
    All ,1'llIl"l\'ral. art Invited to In the Louse wing: still! furnishes liq.

    participate in III" Kelt-ction of dtrtPgatr- tiers to those who desire to JOHN McDAVID -OFJ1ETZ&-
    thereto including thos who harp hpconuyuanfled 1\ewand Clean.- fr
    to rote .inot tbf l.11. election.Tbvcbairnian them. If the bill which has Jx>cn reported 3jf Everything

    and *.ecrrlar of each rounIT from the military committee; REAL ESTATE AND BROKERAGE
    conTvnlion held for tar jiurpo-e of electing GO
    IvIeKitrs to tbe late convention should l>ecome a law it would wipe! Thp Most Attractive in tb- Entire City. Regular Mal .-" rvanJ .
    ri-rjuenled to ."nl to H'-n. W.\ !Uwlrtatrm CITY PROPERTY. FARMING ,
    the sale of liquors -
    out not only
    spirituous '
    n.T5il*lms..te. Kla.. a iHt-D or riiiort; Orders r-'erv-d' it all! hoar. !S; peril \VWkly I II "
    ptluled 'JIY of the prO".tngoi of such but the wines and beers also in AND TIMBER LANDS:

    county coLTfnlion.tonetht-r 1IIIh a list o f the ,'arlll.Thl!; has N-en sough; for FOR SALE.
    the nllm.. of for county "vxft'iiilvvfoniiiiitlf. ( -120-122- '
    in birh should be (lr Unatt'tl itif n long time by the temjicrauce and Loans Plased at Reasonable Rates A. E. BAKER & CO. Proprietors,
    chairman and of aura ,- .
    ecielary W.A.KAWLS.' I..t! prohibition! E. Government Street,

    J. C.{"lIlrEK. thsirtnaa.ISrcrtlary :-_W.Dcsx.. 24 East Government Street.
    i j Try Tit 'tws Want Ccluma. I j TELEPHONE 261. 14 EAST GOVERNMESr STREET.

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    . --- .'.'.- '.- .iI-oi* <)*.* ii9*..* *9 I!
    u.' .....,., BLOOD CURE.An XOFFEITS a Allajs Irritation! Aids Dlgastict

    . |. AT COZY CORNERS .! i TilE hARPOONER. Offering Proving. Faith to Snfferem. eA-' ,, WL TDR. T N I N Makes Strengthens Teething the the Bowels.Child Euy.{ 4 r7 a9( E' "-

    Is your Blood Pure? Are you sure t; '
    I II --- +
    I XM.TEETHIXARRegulates the Bowe
    .*QAQx.*QaQp'Qrflvma010 BASyit ( Powders) > 3
    I : ."IIt'IIIr1011O(1TNIY.,. j We all caaietotheold chateau fo: sracd- of it? Do cuts or scratches heal -,.- Troubles of Children of 4_ ;

    .. .' ,-:a'b! &"- ail Min i. mother's fmn-ral
    sreat-ciainlchildien.! .. was bar- tranquil old Antic waits, tie of the north Pacificthe the- Have you Pimples? Eruption.? 3 '' OromU ir i toC.J. MOFFETT, M. D., ST. LOU IS, MO.Qhas. ;f I,
    lucky ship of
    led] in the of the which
    fix-aLin of the corner cemetery
    \" Aching Bones or Back? Eczema?
    , haling; tie* t. .\ man was standing near -
    she hal chosen thesad
    .J I. Ions; a;;o. :!I -r
    -, "inl..n." rfolat",1 ceremony we nturned to the olJhouse. the forecastle, shading his eyes with his Old Sores? Boils? Scrofula? Rheumatism
    g I
    \\ 1.1..11 1 I.a1'arn",1 here were IICI.HHios for ill I of us. hand and peering out ahead. He was '. ? Foul Breath? Catarrh? H Turner
    For three generation she huj hell chil- tall and strongly built, his face marled'by .
    r. J..illI"r. 1.uw muth i i Are you pale? If so purify your ,
    %e \\uuM allow furarv i .11'1'! :I in her arms soothed their snin.ulistened -.. the tattooing instruments in use in Blood at once with B. B. B. (Botanic

    > to their joy, and now theyieie.J the aoith w-''''. Yet he was an Americanand Blood Balm ). It makes the Blood

    I hadn't thought.! I I all met to n.ouin her ataem-e from the hud the air of a model sailor as indeed Pure and Rich, heals every sore ARCHITECT 1 a '

    : ?{ aura or tot, will her old pace l so dour from its association the he was-Nat Myers, harpooner in and gives a clear smooth, healthy
    rautniu'n bout and king of the forecastle.
    II"" 0.1 I.'." I hfl.l with! lit'r. ,; kin. Deep-seated caps like ulcers, -AND-
    No of all the had
    i Ij.r awl forgotten the | I mounted] the great stall-rase and on- 'I .... crew moreintIl..II. cancer, eating sores, Painful Swellings -
    but K
    it the inthietu-e
    was not of fit.
    Ii ipnil the room from which they had just ; Blood Poison are quickly

    rc you know I was i i I tnln h,-r. Hire were my earliest reel l, fear for the men lore him. With the cured by B. B. B., made especially General Contractor.
    ... ii strength of an ox, he had the (calm even
    i I i, I''eti..u'i lit hor. I recalled how ns a lit- for all obstinate Blood and Skin

    --is miir pardon: 1 sal! j!: tie .:irl. I uouM come in in the. morucipm temper HO oi'tca seen in men of giantbuild Trouble B. B. B. is different. from
    if. his he
    knowing ,
    ns strength
    I. in last year, not tae : iiiiou as 1 was dressed sayng "Cast\ other remedies because B. B. B.

    a little l.-..s-just alxiuti inori.itiA irranduiothiT." I always found ,1 would not use it against his weakerbrethren. drains the I'oison and Humors out

    i e. .r.wary" My wife I I I: !her drowsed, for she was an early riser ': of the Blood and entire system ?o Building, Repairing Mantel and Grate Netting Pljimbinjr, Steam, Water

    < "'. .1 try ,,,'ar<"lIiui: divt ',, She: \\lIuloll"II\ her chuir by the nimlo ', Standing upon the forecastle by hU the symptoms cannot return. Giveit and Gas Fitting z ''i

    .if a eve. H<'r father and pi to tl't-: bi.:. old fathioiied nard- side was u boy moot 12: years of agea a trial. It cures when all else fails

    rotri*. hit.h looked. iiniiicnuv b'alluIIII:1.I. with brown curling hair tested for A Plumbing under the
    f -i M.'iUnix1 o,rumitte! 'i I M so to me.and Thoroughly 30 years. Sold Complete Department
    : ] i take from it the ejected dainty.With sunny blue eyes and doheate f.i<-'. "How- at drug stores at $1 per large bottle

    some what awe and n'pet-t had this do you "f.oJ nini-e you have been in the1'acific I 6 large bottles (full treatment) $5. Management of E. B. Morey.

    naidiobe fillisl my childish heart! ItMHnitt ''I, ? said .Nat. Bo sufferers may test it, a trial bot

    ... ... .e you care anything ,, to uie a jierftHt treasure house I 1 I "I get' stronger every day. tle given away absolutely free. __ "Arti-tie D'sien. Estimates Plans and Specifications for Build- 4 '

    ,.i.l. | for nil that a child! hjlol1'lIr.. On my 'You ve lieen coddled too much andswalleieil Write for it. Address BLOOD ing of AU Kind, Prepared on Short: Notice. ;) ..

    .1! ime! tl<* tpmp.-t to bei birthdays my prc-Mnts came from this too much candy and bl't.Jtrill BALM CO., Atlanta. Ja. Write today i
    .k. Oiti-e let me git you s? you can trA Large and Carefully Selected Stock of Fine Mantels, Grates,
    i .i'.it: the occa-iion: c* a sturehonse. and I imagined; it always full Describe trouble and free medical
    -. :-ilwsy doe's anon howf.ilr. if dilitrhtful thins and regartl graud- '' eat salt "horse like a man and you are advice given. Tiling of All Kinds, Lath Tub, Closet and Houehold Appliances, :Steam: '

    I pulled a fin'd 1 t'ioilur 1101 almost a fairy. 1111 light Hot Water and Gas Fixtures ,% :x
    --------- --
    Ueorgie Bents was the captain's nephew.
    these leinenibrauii's min
    five ininiit tall..1I. '
    I I. !.-1.1-r tilt me with enough I opeiitd it lion. It was full ot'fracruutImeM and! the doctors had said that the CltE\V NuTIC '" No. 19 S, Palafox St. :: Telephone No. 345. ;j,,.'
    only thing wlmh would ahi" life -
    "i"<'it,-l as to I b'IK'VP. in siirte.l with If.tnder, eX''I.t[ for n ,, _
    .'. and they! him : ---- -- -- - --- -
    sea \ "R;! gate! in thecnptain.ovners
    I.ttli'sLilf side where Mteralptprl's.
    at one laj
    I i\v won Ole a ixisltiou chaise of Captain Jacobs. That worthy djtSFITHF.R '''! of the Kr *s .
    *1.11 Mill store. I l.i<'l..1 1111] a roll it jillowwntin will lie rcipoiiM- -THECitizens -
    .passed him over to Nat Myers."TaUe ,
    :: paper tied with a pink ribbon and bts controlled by
    ire and fairy ailvw-r. I us-
    \ care of him Nat," he said.At the crew of laid teasel.
    earned it t. the liu'l.t.! Had 1 light 5?*'
    ''. > any
    all lit-art.1 saM I.
    my J.Ci. POTT,
    first leoivie; faiily bated the old
    to mad the ."i? They were discolonnlby ; Gulf Transit Co.
    ',''to tl.i- wind has hail in itintli Captain
    salt who forced him
    to eat salt k and
    ace but 1 knew the writin;;. Could pot Cons\llIl'e. r.
    (if summer's love 1
    a n
    bolt tough corned lest dignified by the National Bank
    ; - -
    have which she
    KiLixlmothei1 secrets
    ahull t6t' garden! an.lI'iipU'ti any "
    iir of "salt hoi so" EK
    names and "mahogany the
    .. containing l IM'tiS w.t.d! tilt to 1 Kp after death? Even .. captain owners
    whoa it was almost impossible for him aStITII ( ot the Nor hi
    it -a' aiiil the 'bowers. of ns I debated] I had untied the ribLono.I.1i"'On'r..1 will he responsible for
    to eat lie cnniplaim-d to his undo who ..
    f that I held a diary: in my ly the crew
    grittily said that he had nothing to do of said ,l' sl'l.
    > OF PE SAcuLA.L.
    .1! MiranJa.I luiuK. cud! the tirst nerds in it were of with the matter. N 1). CHRtSTKNSFS. .

    :.tllu.,; .!. iin.lani.ttMl. "Von I'J"H't.t., pure and tender: the first "Hut he II .kill me, untie! Pollan.llun..ody.1. Captain.
    : :
    lute of u cirl. 1 could not resist Consignee .sum
    it. .UIJh'IIlI"'I' "
    my mayit. \o. he tn't.. boy. He'll make a
    > ncn the milkman way and I read the paces as I stood there in of my HILTON GREEN JOHN F. PFEIFFER, 1
    t.-l 1 it"- the fading light which !laid! before uie NEITHER the captain own- PRESIDENT. CASHIER.
    .. the romance of grandmother. As the days went on. and Oeorgie grew / i ers nor consignee ol the T. E. WELLES R. M: BUSHNELL.ASST. '
    and 1 the my
    push. vat
    a on '
    more accustomed to life on board ship Norwegian hark 1)esideria "
    U "a'ill the month of Jane, 1S12 on VICE-PRESIDENT. CASHIER '
    I will
    i f .n the t>to he really tn'gan to like his tormentor. He be responsible for debts.contracted '
    : ". fcho utluimi',1, with a beautiful evening, when even the flowers by the crew ot said vt>ss,,!.
    hud guincd much strength that he .
    so A.1. A.M>RE SEN, DIRECTORS:
    exhale inoro strongly l their subtle -
    r ifi could run up the rigging like a cat and PatersonDoweingaCo.. Laptmn.
    F, .k<>." I <' "You Know I ai.d the human heart has a desireto the sniiiitest rien on the ship could nut Consignees.HOPLEE. : mH T. E. WELLES!!, WM. FISHER. RIX M. ROBINSON '

    c ale thini. .\1 I nan going; open. Here in the twilight of the old catch him when he was once upon the of E. E. Saunders & Co.

    1 1'" I 1II1.'rrut'cl me-"- garden! grandmother heard the first words ratlines. And by the time they had passed K. J. WHITMIRE, JOHN F. PFEIFFER. MORRIS BEAJl,
    of Ime.I'.eueath.
    .I.liJ-I the Sandwich: Islands, although a delicate L. HILTON GREEN.'A, t'
    the deeper shadow of tiletl'
    el.t. Icit. as I was going t.) looking boy. he was stronger than ,
    ; __ __
    in the odor of the n
    < r gsrd: !" n Las largfly OITU1 he had ever liecn in his life. -

    Simi the inc-jttion of flowers, two figures a young girl and o.I "Ixh kee hf'rp-ue are going to bate A General Banking Business Transacted.

    r j aj thought would spade up young: man, walked side by side with'! the biggest storm you ever see." CHINESEJ.AUNDRY.

    rticr hf the I.t l f..r the rm.illr slow steps. "I' haw! Theie never was a fairer :
    "Yes. Clari s.. I nm going said the
    nn the little slope they will "
    1r "And what difference doesit day SPECIALTIES: Collars ail Vessels' Accounts Handled Favorable
    ! i- Fun and the dwing; young man. "Lookee. my sinL" said Nat in a threatening shirts on Terras, ExChange -
    ? I
    make Suppose never return from

    r 1.8.1." Said my wife. the war? Who "would care? I am stout manner.conterdietinj" 'Member; me?" what I told >'e i(, Cuffs, Bought and Sold, Collection

    in ft the ros under the trees alone in the world. Three later when the first mate i i Promptly Attended To.ACCOUN'rS .

    I town near the creek i is soii.eit "You have" friends Horace. had the deck. and Nat was standing on ALL WORK WASHED BY HAND ani

    tlat will male them prosper "None. the topgallant forecastle! with (leorgieby i
    iN'Goe', "And I ?" said she very low. AND FINISHED BY MODERN
    his side, the squall burst them SOLICITED .
    upon .
    "You! cried] he. "You would care fNIf
    b.e said and this time she with sudden! fury. The first wave which MACHINERY. n 4
    lent of
    any. came aboard crushed in the rail and
    Ease the Ms all ".tefteil" Thl'rl'OS n long silence The gravel
    swept the decks and trorgie Kelts was >
    You orJ' all sounded beneath their slow tread The 17 West Government SIret't.OPPOl.Itt ,
    M-a-Kin. can r carried out into the oiling ...

    fi'>ni the catalogue. au.111'1' night fell little by little. Horace hearda It was broad daylight, and Nat witha Express Office PESSACOLA, FLA.
    .. "tillo..II'I'lIn.1. and! turned. The Star
    elpdlitiiin ourM'hcsiy
    like that! of a wild beast robbed of ,
    "You nrt'c'rilll Clarisse!" cry Oltice: 31 South I'alafox St. Laundry z
    wn-H our money toll n : her young, hurled himself over the rail i
    i flf bed I Kitatnes awl I the "You lnit me so:
    -- -- -
    i holding in his hand a light plank the -- --- ,
    the W(MHS I lime marked "l)o you love ti.e? > only thing whkh he could seize. They ,

    'iens for toO the incn-asixl rrx'kery. by Ilur a and She hell faltered her against;and his his arms beating caught:: heart.her saw him rising upon the top of a great Union I THE f PIONEER l I

    i mi S <'n ran.. k." t'nresistmc. she raised her (flee to !his view wave bcjond and then him.lieoigie struggling; !>ctts: for came his life.into i i' LAUNDRY r OF f WEST I FLORIDA I

    + .e cried. and tt.eir lip met in n long kiss-the first. ;
    "Hear up. my lad! they heard him cry
    ,,'f. your ladyship, are a H She! wailed long for him. The remain
    2::"1 Hunt tlibt have nmirM Nat w coining!" '
    .. of the grand rett'rned without him. Oil and Delivering
    : :I'"illl tinndorn- tiny Collecting -
    The boy who, slight as he was, was a
    I.>;iilw.ll The, Miowlialllitil Mill she Imped (>n. Years passel end strong swimmer, tossed his hand in the / i
    l a.l; I trimiiiiil.! for its ll'e war endiil. Many who had been imprisoned '
    air as n signal that he heard. Work
    rituriifd. but still he delayed. Laundry
    u.-lits of I,rait-n. the calla
    The crew of the Aictic could! do nothing 411F!
    , .1. the dafTixht. the dahlia :She pictured him buried beneath the 1
    for it requited all their strength and
    s 'forv,,T thine.' snow with iiuinbetli others who had, skill to save the ship. A tl'JZl'lI'o l' s CompanyKerosene i is always done promptly to your :

    ! if
    i. tful hoi*. tenibie: march "No. lad!!." said the captain sadly. "No Y -= ( ple's linen instead of your own. We e
    i," I n--l.':.i1. "Krandilofjnentlv Her parents urged uion her the duty
    man can Irate his nephew better than I rye
    are careful! in both handling and
    of helertuu husband from the suitors
    me of tin clubke visions of my a do mine. I will not risk half dozen I
    whsuiro.inded her.. She n-sisted i as Gasoline laundering your shirts, collars, cuffs,
    lives fur two. Besides i the ship would I
    ton liii'l.;' she roplie.1. hut sled l-uis as jMissihli.. then )'it'Itl.I."onll1i"h..
    as She ui.llo'l. "And what the.rtlftnr. their uiMstunce. and by the certaintyof -A>D- a
    even if we r.\lld lower one. Bear a as good as new. Our laundry work i
    his death She her band to Countd'Kstramlle. 1
    we ln'hold on gate '
    : band on the IorUI'I'-III.'I.t; her meet her Oils ,I I is beyond rivalry, and U peerless in : ,
    yon at the wheel; don't let her fall off!" *=Lubricating ,=* \ { I
    jyn']nil. clnd'olus! and the iloanonic It was ten jears inl'l' the kiss given ', l1' + its exquisite color and finish 1
    And the Arctic sped on before the awful ,
    '. my favorites.! The teat "beneuth the trees.. She was sitting on uUmh -AT- '
    Nut and
    gale leaving Mjers GeorgieIktts :
    n you ri'turn my dote?"' in the garden! when a stranger npproarhivt { 1
    at the mercy of the angry sea. \VHOLEJ.\LE> RETAIL.
    her along the path. As he
    w itVhy Jiiiu't you propose
    The old sailor struggled and at lost,
    a .qt?" nennil her she recogr.ized. him. It wasHorace. on. Delivered Free to any Part of the City. ALL WORK C. O. D.
    i'i with a cry of joy he saw the boy dutch |
    't v ant to l>o kept in 8iispenMYt >. .
    the end of the board. :
    -\ will have the aralea for He rape toward her with outstretchednriR "That's right my fon." he said."Chiretily --'PHONE 40SXGOVERSOR'8 .- TELEPHONE 1 I.. >27 E. GARDEN 87

    then vtoppe.1. ns though surprisedat
    the Llttcrals.rt
    v, for truth. "
    cheerily, lad! -- --- -- -- CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED FRKE.TBa
    for InnoM'I... the nasturtium the coldness of her greeting. IVOOODS ,
    said Georgie I
    "The ship M sadly
    iti-m. the TU'lct for faithful- .It is too late," she said; "I nm already away I
    os ho saw the Arctic rush on before thu ISLAND. N,1'. WALKER INGRAHAM Manager. it .
    rails a tml of flax for tljm->tleth married.! w ind.! Sealed prop # ,

    He explained: the reason! of his longabsence. "Never you mind, !lollnyn'" he ills in triplicate/ will be received

    : now rant out so clear. that I Captivity. Siberia the mines, passed his arm about the lad and, stripping here until 12 m., June 29, UWO, for t
    t In he a very great diplomatt all the frightful sufferings! he had gone :
    off his belt rains the boy so that ale of warehouse at Tampa Fla ESTABLISHED 1863.
    through sustained always by a belief in
    he lay upon the board and then bound i, Information furnished here or at offices .. 'L$
    t dear old ronfiJeni'v man aft her love and her loyalty to tbe unspoken 1'! him to it, face down but in such a position -'. of Q. M., Egmout Key, Fla.,

    if f ,aid. "and I am only pulling! vow made in the twilight of the garden. that he could raise hill head a toot I land I Q. M. Agent Tampa U. H. reserves I McKENZIE OERTING & CO.
    tl' make: wiser. You bare Serer had he lost the hope that he would ,,
    you or more from the "board. He was swimming I i I right to reject any or all proposal -5 j
    r badly You don't know most SOIIM day return to find her waiting for ,
    beside the board pushing it beforehint. ., ;=. Envelopes should bfl in- -. yfcAOS
    --MT hi-u you w* them. Hut him-that their lives, HO long divided 1 I I dorsed. "Proposals for Sale of Warehouse o -DIALIB8: : IB- 0
    '. wife Intel the deceitful would bo at last united forever. "
    ; "Why don't you ?et on the board | addressed JAS. M. MOOKE,
    "s' the old! utory." "You lied to me that night when you Nat"" said fSeorgie uneasily. A. (J M. G. 30m4t27j2t and General fkdoiare ;
    *' i : Ship
    '' Chandlery
    t., the piano and ttrnrk up sail you |loved me! he cried the bitterness "Never mind me" replied Nat. "I'm' r

    : Through (;.-<,rina.." Our dog of his disappointment making him all right you 1;'...." -- ----- ---- ---

    .Accratator arose and yawn- cruet But. although Le spoke so bravely, he & AND 60S 8. PAIL 'OR 8TUEKT. i

    .mt miEi.vste.1 that it was time ".Vo." she said. "I loved yon and I' felt in his beast that he bad made his _
    u AGENOY !
    shall always lore you. It U just for that < lastoyage.. The weight, of his heatysea ENOL B S BIOS .'

    t'ie west doer presently, and a reason that you must continue dead" to IOJI' | clothing was dragging him down, REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLING'3 BON8 CO.'S

    r W Mn Catherine. Ireat. I cannot trust myself with yon. and he knew that the board would not GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. BUSHEL 4 HON'9 PCMP8.Ctam s

    ad I ao-M-mMetl to their And he left her.
    pour bear them both
    i uhmcnt upon the expwtaat This was the story of grandmother'slife "Til die for him." he thought. "It may I > Gerdtgi, Pilits, Oils lutictl lostrominti, Chits, iiekin, CktiiiCOMPARES.
    as I read it from the old diary. I remembered GENERAL INSURANCE
    but I do that.
    not sate him. can LOGS. t TO. K
    fl! .d.!" Kl-e rebel jnyou"lr.! an old man who lived in theaetehtmrhooil He shifted his bold on the board and .

    t" !.., a pvnl oM: fashioned ; and whom we children (call- mor<*d 1 up until his face was ckso to C McKenzie Oerting Collecting Agent for Bir Pilots Benevolent Asso t

    \\V ton't has any rd "The ('letalien" I identifies: him that of Oeorgie Belts. -uCD- elation '

    to. ::1 I make a map>> of the with Iloraeo. When praudmcther leCMIIV i "Kiss me, lad" be aid, "an, if you --

    ""." '. tin'tl>\ hu Agents
    -I'hieaze 111..pllh'h. lady to ue. 1 l.e came to live near her and The toy raised] his head and pressed THE HEINE ACADEMY OF MUSIC, AWAbMIDY ;

    they spent| 11.on lo:,< hours together; in his lips to those of the old! sailor.

    l.eauIn. Clpllnl.m. the "',,,,,'I..t and purest companionship "I lote you Nat," he said. PENSACOLA, FLA. No. H North I'alafox I'treet.MISS . walior is awfnl- I m.derstiiml that the two old friends Then Nat Myers, with a smile upon EVELENE M. HEINE, Principal. TbMe tiny C&psulcs rte 5tlperior c J?

    ..e ehe"o samJwkhecrlI inns dear to one another beoiu their his fn..... Ml back to his old position. MISS IDA PIAGGIO, Aasistant. to Balsam of Cop! 1Ja, !

    ,I never mind. The :iT"<.ti.vii hail ix-en founded upon
    tl: a better grows the more than friendship. They were The storm had eoa w>d. but the! LEADING FIRE, LIFE MARINE, Mvttem also GUItar. Banjo sad :llandullll. They cure In 48 hou's the 1

    "Is. Press. I..' nld ti> have aught; to fear from sovsip2 wares were running high and an hourpassed ACCIDENT, FIDELITY, PLATE same diseases without anyincon- i q .
    b: tiiraues. and they had s. much timeh
    Thl'n.:1 league
    on. ; Sl; D BY alL DRUGGISTS
    ( .J%. aTUn.XA n-ako lip that they could! not deny I :''l.rie Betts saw the white sails of the FCKAXCE COMPANIES .. DRINK LION BEER TC7JleJlIC: -... S
    !:iefi-.clxe'j the saddened pleasure of daily .Iritie returning in search of those she
    1' '
    v ,
    ,3 YJU "a., A\\I'S! Bo"t. .
    L A iVercmrse.I bad l best. With a jla.I'r) the ln>y turned
    ( I the little diary safely back in the his head to look back nt Nat but the Geteral Apits of the Eqnitabll r PENNYROYAL

    _ !/ nil i.flrdol and left the dear old nnim. Hank. The brave man had PILLS
    sea was a E s

    -From the Pn-nch-C'UICSKO Inter Ocean. di!i..1! in ribose sooner than bear down Life Assurance Society of the IJ./\"X ihAF'&Original., .,,,"sad..N O I..dl..t"eda.lf Serfs -a

    Price the fnI:: snpiot| ; of the! toy he loved.And f c '.' fnitusbTat',+ ". ,(;LJ"fI ;..
    quality weight, I.ixikril I |> the Cacp. Belts love llffitei States.SUBSCRIBE h li EI..Il: t."ld .tadN W... .....1 r
    the: OiiMron of (Jeorgie ,
    .1: w. !.I. ....110.., Ikr... -
    rom said the chief of dctftiM. nhc -.; ,
    I tlcliver.nndpolite "I fee. the memory i.f that brave old sailir D..frr.os " 1.11.
    : I .__ ... .., .
    .. .
    I t !> 1I".t i>T i<( or r i { !
    tcutioa: "that a u'.toh has len stolen over in died for their father's! sake.Exchange.tune I w fUmv* t. 1-arllenliir Tc llM.ulftU

    guaranteed at North IVnver. 1 want you to look up noltRFAPONnF.Nm JiUtIClTF.O I \r UN lur.-M llellrf.11. I.fur. owe L.
    11 Mollur's. 400 South the rn*"." Allen .. .11 l> .<( -, t klrknb-r t (..,
    A day or two afterward the detectives "1 be reason why truth is so often found < -lM. t are r Walt-. y..n, .niL". PA. ..

    Palafox street. Phone No. out returned. at the bottom of a Well" averred Uncle j .... ....
    -- ,
    \ --
    213. "How about that watch!" asked the Allen Sparks, "may If that truth has ( TralwM.rt tlKK
    Endorsed all
    Tribune. by Physician as the )
    failed to speak up. -Chicago t;
    chief. only Beer absolutely free from adul- ) TOOTHACHE EARACHE g
    I '-:' A CO.AIKHT. "Here it is i ." said the sleuth as he teration. ,

    SCKKENS."If ; : banded it over. NUTS tOe 1'KIi IHH'M). |j''i = lad NEURALGIA ; ? .'.

    "But the works are onl'." Jacoby has 500 to 600 pounds of TRB DAILY Y nw Geo. Pfeiffer, Agent, \I t ,,,r vi la a minute; all droirg!.t* of i tid
    "Yes. I let the pawnbroker keep
    ; ? If not why not? : Italian Chestnuts and Choice Hazelnuts S .S a The TI-I-o :Medical C'u.XA .
    You said you wanted me tp look up tbel'II PE SACOL.\. |:I ) ,... S
    ? K 'If, ..ods at the W.l'.ls! '."-Denver IlepuUican. which he is ofierinur, to close 11 I fnvlftf New Tart'b
    .a t.. ''. Try It On Tap at ell Sato /Io'D.l for r.oou<'t.
    Tatf Ten Per :
    i Try THE SEWS Want CJlumn. I lout, at 10 cents per pound. Only Cents Week. I I .
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    U t

    THURSDAY, MAY 31 1900.

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    I '- -
    THE DAILY NEWS : number democrats who 1 Iff t their former Lts DAY OF CHOOL.II. -
    : party associations In IK* for various reni A MOTHER'S STORY.

    i ont, but mainly on the free' sliver Inu"", Is .)\\' the Ulging Generation Celebrated JJilliam foljnaott &
    Feniicola Sou.
    : Entered at the Post Office at
    flft. looe' matter. by no means represented by the lif.'TiS: Tells About Her Daughter's Illness the Etenr.
    i votes cast for Palmer and Buckn"r. In the
    and How She was ReIieved-
    I OFFICE: Pitt ulldlnlt.mi South PalaOX doubtful states the bulk of the voting democrats In company with superintendentCook

    r street up- talrt.Pl'BLIdllKU. voted directly for McKlnlry and the Two Letters to Mrs. Pinkham. a NEws; writer had the pleasure ....... -- ---
    number of those w ho did tbi is probably Dt of number of the
    a city
    BY "Mas. PINMIAM :-I write t tell "
    I least live times as great as the Dumber ( '0'1
    THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. who supported the Independent democratic about my dnuhh'r.h; i N nineteen schools this morning acd enjoyingthe ;

    ticketIt yearsuld and is Cowing all the time general effect a* well a* sourceof :\ LEMBROIDERY

    : Terms-lnvariably In Advance. U therefore not unreasonable to /Cj-.::-% and has been for aboutlV' the details of the annual celebration

    : Ono Year br Mail ,, .., ..' .....t" |J,! believe that democrats who left their ,, A three mon'hs. The docq which take place on the lat
    Month a. regular p-ii ty o-g.iniratt in iu !''>! will hold .. f
    l HIS 1'r' tor dues! her but verylittle day of chool.
    Tbrr- Months Ihebblince of power IU the great contest "" '
    tlOII MUDlb" 'n... fiI this rood; if any. 1 One of the notable feature of t1!,f'
    Use WtK. by Carrier parable", Moucay leTHE year thought I would: SALE
    Ti! great majority of the southern demorats occasion consisted the large nUll
    .. tr '
    C. 1'ink-
    < } Lym.i
    who bolt- nomination four
    bi-rof MMtois
    WEEKLY NEWS: years ago will vote f jr him this year. Manyof : p hur.i \" '!t.vtablcfompounl. in tlmt-chooN present the lower purtirularh,;iade-.'

    th- nurth-rig aDd wtttera democrat "';J: iJ but I
    Parents and friend of tu-! -
    PeLlitbedetrq Friday ftt fl.'I.r year : ('upih are
    Po.ta'r [r.... who refused to tote Ir Bryan in l-W will 1} in.our, adriee welcome lit the rchoolttrday of

    du sol,1191', tut not so large a proportion "(,.;.I": before IK-.'iir in, its the echuolyetr.tud vine ire fre

    TELEPHONE NO. US. a, will lie. found aiiun the gold democrats ',,"'.11 iUS('. Ina? bffoiaevery 'luent' r", but they-are partiallaily FRID..A. YI
    ofthebjuth. It is certain that what >e .
    1 ntu-h: alarmed expected ou the its: : day of the
    tdttrttsing Rates Furnished Application. course. bolting democrats may take ills tk.l about her as she is tetl.l, w lien the young-ters provided -
    year", ,eryfew of then will vote for McKiiiry. entertainment for them and

    Imperialism and the protective tariff Weak.-IIRS. plea-ure for themselves, in the shapeof
    are quite as hateful to rue great majorityoflbe songs arid s-peechesatid dialogue-. Commencing at 7 o'clock a. m

    NfO LaS 4 menus free siUerisin. They will CAMP. Manchester The first school visited wa No. 4'i

    t support Bryan all the more readily because'" li1IlacoD: Ua., on East Hill, where Mrs. cuter and

    they realize", that whatever his platform May ;1, b'JJ. Mrs. Sampey wrlcomed a number

    may say about It free silver U practically a interested itorsand where brief

    Thu parr!, on file with the dt'
    BANNING ADVERTISING CO. hundreds Bryan: will of thousands receive" this ot year democrats the \otesof bIchwere IIAVIt DF.AU Mns.affords Px\me K- and effective the work results their faithful

    (Endicott Building.. adTcrtmcn. Paul end Minn.other, whcttabccnbcn. may cast for other candidates In\$. r- great pleasure to tell i School No.; 70, with its hundred \ i r IS rmf fM mm r rIN

    ciamioe it and where ettlmutrt will be given It now seems improbable that there will you of the benefit my pupils, was next vi-ited and the exercises
    pouip 'C fur GENERAL ADVERTISING.PEH8AOOLA b" any independent democratic ticket tbhyearsothat daughter has received from the use of greatly enjoyed. Here, too. ,

    the gold democrats will have Lydia I,:. I'inkliarn's etahle Com the examination papers were exceedingly

    MAY 31. 1900. to choose between Bryan and McKinley pcund.ft..r beginning the use of interesting, as nil were in the

    "\ute In the air." jour medicine she began to mend handwriting of the pupils, from the 3 TWO LOTS.
    ---- -- $
    -' rapidly and is now able to be at her younge-t up and all gave< promise of
    IlKMOCIlATIC NOM1NKJS. Ellul"ItI: 'lnal .allllcalilln. earnest effort and future good -choIarhip. -
    work. Her menses are regular :mdalmr..t
    The able editor-in-chief of the I f"l.1'el' thankfulto The training of the children
    i painless. ----- -
    > ---- --
    in concerted -
    For Congress: was uiiu-u.illvin-
    Times-Union and Citizen in Mon you and expect always keep jourVegetable and the "
    Jl'il''T IJlKTItICTM.. t\PARt.oI.\ tere-ting: speetalties"-as
    SEWN) DISIKICT-K.: W. 1I\.VIM. day's Issue of that paper,opposes the Compound in my house. It the theatre bilk would y-were

    For Itepre.entailtea to gUluture: tendency in some southern states to is the best medicine 1 eu'rkneVon greatly enjoyed. 'Jl.niunuul! parents NO. 1. AT lOc YARD

    impose educational qualifications as have my permission to publish this who bate watched the prog-
    r. MORKSO JOSK8.
    letter if it be the rei of the pupils during! the
    j. EM.MB.T woLtE.ForHierifl prerequisite to the exercise of the you wish may means : term
    of doing: others! poodMus MATiri 4 took delight in te-tifyiug! to their
    I : right of suffrage. He !says : adranreuieiit
    A. CAMP, Manchester Mill and the teucber
    Macon Ja., INTO. 2.
    G :OIGE i:. SMITH.For If hiii been said of such arbitrary re trlc- MclleynoKN.j Miss An-on and AT 15c YARD
    !September lb, 1-W.
    Circuit Clerk: tions of the suffrage that fury are probably other--received ;gricifully the inn-

    unconstitutional. Be that as It lIIa '. they merubltj coiiiplinii-uts so freely be-
    ANuU!> M. MCMILLAN. are ('t'rtalnlunmt'rlclla acd utldrlocratie. stowed. .
    Till,: itt ,Y I. .'\ X. -- -
    For Tat Colleceor: This should be enough to forever : J-ciiool No.; 1. the

    condemn them lu the e>es of all rljhl.milld..d of which took place at theopera
    A.H.D'ALKMBKKTE. A\ tint is Going on lt Railroad and
    men. It becomes no man who pro- house Tuesday evening, wa
    i For Tax ..Wet.w: I'oSH allegiance to democratic principle to ;MuscojjeeVliares, quite a" busy a place' aany of the ALL

    W. W. K1CHAKUS. pursue course that implies distrust of the At Railroad wharf the following:! others, and the pupils or the -everal FINE GOODS.J.

    people; and it should never be forgottenthat grades exhibited as much delight at .
    For CountTreasurer: vessels are moored and working a*
    if any class in the itmituumty needs the receipt of their certificate: t.-t-
    J JOHN W. UtATEK.For the prot"cllollfttTordt'd by the ballot, it is follows: steamship" Kandfield, discharging ifyingto their progress, a- did the

    Googly .lud.e: that for which nature has done little and a cargo of pyrite ; steamship : graduating class. The principal.

    r THOMAS K. .MCCVLLAGH. society less, and whose only hope of redress Ivydene "di-chareing: a cargo Miss Pauline Kee-e, and her a-':I-t- M. HILLIARD & CO.

    Iii to be found at tbe polls. of pyrites ; s'eamshil'Ivina. loading ants were delighted at the attendance ,

    For School Superintendent: The answer to such special plad- : general merchandise for Liver of the numerous patrons of the

    >. B. COI IK. the pool ; steamship Hannah M. 1>11. school and the clo-ing exercises in
    ing-as would call
    lawyers it- and
    For Clerk Trimlnal Courl: loading pho-phate rock for Ant each grade were witnessed' with absorbing Carnage Wagon Factory.
    t that any restriction of the right of werp; steamship Elder-lie: l loading; interest by all pre-eat.

    M.P.Rt1NIFAY.For suffrage would be equally subject to phosphate rock fur (;enoa. At i'chool0.2., the moat ninnerou -

    Justice of the Peace 2d District: such arguments; for Instance, the At Mucogee: wharf the following .ly attended of all the city schools, A Splendid Line of Choice Hll iIP", right from tin ;.,
    bu-iue; is being done: ?teunhnUleumorren > the principal Mrs. E. Wilson celebrated

    JAMKSK. LANDKUM.Fur carload Lots,
    of nt
    prerequisite payment a poll tax, Factory Trice
    loading phosphaterock the close of her tWl'nt.fiCthyear
    Coast able Sd DUirltt: the requirement of residence in a ; bark Vesijviu. discharging of service in the }'pnacola' $=Repairing Attended to

    CHARLES P. BOB} state for one year and in a countyfor ballast; bark Valuta loading lumber public schools, and gracefully received Promptly \,

    Fur County Sur'ejor.r. : six months etc. All of these are for Buenos Ayres ; Dark AJHX j the hearty congratulations of 30 EAST GARDEN ST. : : : : I'F\SA ;
    finishing her cargo of lumber for her many friends and former pupils
    1v. BECK. arbitrary restriction, yet none of'
    Cuba; bark Pioneer, loading lumberfur who were piet-ent.' : Her as-i-Unts
    For Members !Scbool Hoard: them has so righteous a purpose as libeuos:, Ayres.'rhis also came in for theii full share of

    A. \".CLU BBS! the restriction of the ballot to those company also has two steamships compliments upon the advancementmade "
    A.r. BiA u>'r, JK.. persons who have intelligence at quarantine which will be by their pupils during the THE BEST.
    }. WAKU.WHFS released in '\ few days. present term.Superintendent.
    enough to receive and ambition
    Cook was receivedat
    enough to seek the educational ad. HOOD \>I. HOOD each of the schools vHtfd with
    Ssnator );'unn lee recently vantages provided free of cost to manifestations: of affectionate =IT'S ECONOMY ;

    holdout the Keliu.1 Times he gave the people of nearly every state in U. I Ilisixi&CnYattoriotsinInpnr- regard from both teachers and pupils -
    lant ea WIIlnunl'llunain..l lr. which poke loudly his devotion
    theineiclunNof that city- .ome the Union. Tha is the
    purpose .1. O. Ho nt. to their interests,
    and of his Our
    them, at l"II"t-a royal roa-ting purification of popular election* by faithful and efficient services! in REFRIGERATORS are Guaranteed to Icr. ]p I

    about their failure to properly supports purging from the poll-lists all of Important suits have just been decided their behalf. Tlio-e visitor who and take a lower temperature than any other on the m'irks.!

    ; its local pre-s. The Mobile those who, in thi enlightened a;!e. in the L S. Circuit Courts involving enjoyed the advantage of compiri- They have an Absolute DRY Alit PROVISION: CH .\MI.I; I I.
    commenting the the right to the word Hoodor sills with the public cchools of o-her ,
    Register Is upon
    are wanting in the posses-ion of the Warranted
    Absolutely! Odorle-a.
    incident sagaciously remarks: Hood's. Jles-r: C. I. Hood & cities! and states, agreed in the opinion -
    power so freely and fully conferred,
    that betterchools
    no exist
    Co., of Lowell Mas?., of any.. ---- -- ----
    We aoubt not that lor most part proprietors
    here thin
    to intelligently comprehend the effects of Pen-acola.
    tbo..* ,.li.> p..t.l..ntJY. withhold their cus- Hood's arsapanlla, began suit for The little = .
    tom mid a.iil.uce (rum the local paper dow of their own acts as free citizensof infringment against army of public school Our Ice Cream Freezers!, ;
    J. C. pupilwho e eight months Of hard
    without thinking that tm-y are m-glMt- the republic.Of Hooftof Lotii-ville I' who labor clo-e with
    y., WI.uttiu e\erci-es of to- WAKUANTEI TO '
    FREEZE); :t MINI 1 I F-:
    lUll: aiuil'liKHti'in will a' nit opportunJty. what value to the state or tt) tho \. ;.: up what he called "Dr. day will now be tinned<'o e upon :

    They and tin rxciii-e In the ratrCbargid community is a'ote ca-t b one who Hood's !Sarsaparilla." After a hewing : the community for their four month

    s f..r lIh t'rU.IDI:. ro sbtytbryrangrt cannot, or will not. comply with a in the U. S. Circuit Court at of re-t and\ I't-crpatioll. Every one of L--Prices no Higher tn.ui! fur Int.! 'rior mikeOm... '! ,
    lnrii* Ji pi" In hand bills for Iran
    iii > IjouLvilI" Jude Evans them shiitild realize
    on April l II' endeavor to the plain them to
    motley, and (!:"> doiuit jmUs to consider reasonable regulation rtquirin? himto ;granted a tt'lJlp rar.illjutelJIIII int value: to their future lives of the you.

    that tbr* muM Imv fur the attribution ot haveome, knowledge; however ivorof C. I. Hood & Co., and r.- wink which they have so creditably '

    the band lull nt n o"lcntlm!t the cast -nperlicul, concerning the rurl')-'' i-trainmir C. Hood! from uingtlieword ; performed ; :11I(1' should resolve" that -SB.; GERSON' <-
    j ut the .. en called
    any Wdnr lonn PI : th..yll'ellgaill from recre.ition -
    and ( HVctof his vote? Who if not
    I thai :Band lull lnt no intcrfst to tu\'
    HIM : > any preparation of ir-apafllli. ; to fie re-umjition of their la-
    our. win'nut Hv Uftt-iniT It ujtrljrfiid. the state or the community, n likely MerC.. I. Hooi! & Co. also. l," 1'orin acquiring: education. they 107 South Palafox.

    : aiid. ;linll\: tin .U tiiil tul girt to profit by such a vote? Iina.'iiu' a g'II1"uit a;:ain-taietail drti::!:i-t inIndianapolis. will strive, to the lxt of their nh !
    ,'IRII".II..Un rig. 'ip .ub.:itulr for rl'lIl ail- LoiiiH. tlf-eive the .
    JU-nkMt ben its! Iflld i l-
    nation, a state <>r a community\- Lty.'u a
    *erne.anlthatth- hut.."' that resorts erned! who w.i- -filing Dr. J. C, Ho.,.,'- vantage; which are *o freely pl\-teed \W.> B. WRIGHT- COfiMfi
    by a m.ijjii'y, of
    to hand lull adttrtisig e, its pruicii'i'I con-isiing S.r.-apanlla. I'r. J. C. Hoo.l en- it !iteltdi-pu-si; by thJate.. :h-11
    1t'1I1.r"1 nic'uimi! that it c-innot keep 1'\cl' pel:sons who could not meet the:in- ployed uuun-e! and! made a d-f"ir r' rl

    in -I'I.. of .;i>nit. .'U..r I.IIUMtliat UtlM !,>.HI.ltp..r. Courtniinted ....
    n. injunction v.J'ii.on ';
    qnalificat'oi.No :Ir.V.. A. Hine Manchester: "
    -- .
    'SI: .
    ; April J>perlletiii la., writimt of hialmot miraculous! LATH
    one can honestly uphold thocveial
    JAMK-. KttNE: the U'tl'Vail : Tlu.e two decree. e.-t:ibl'-h tin ,
    "jcapifiom death iyExposure: ;
    .rett I'luuI'r. \ with a : attMnpU that have been exelu-ivp light of lI.. Ho.-d & (;'. ::tit tnea-le- induced -erious lungtumble I \.. .'
    made to impose e htclti':1'I1 to the word"Hood's"I decide ill'OIJt 4t11Lli\ "In r
    pall: dt ,.tiileii.Mi at JMsnoaico'safew rl' l1"- n.eiri : winch'tin conumptn CIP O LInGLLlIt! : ,
    des -il:ce i'l<-cd a bt with a th>nupon the right of fUlTirewhh'h 't Hood that no other p<'r-on can hat :i 'I !bad flHijuent i i.nuoirliajrt'Sand : ,

    rootcrof should operate none ii!>oi n:1 s rir-apartlla; e\m if I j" cu::!l.<.d! nuhi an.1 .1,i.v. All my .. 1'KVriiLA.. I \ ,
    0"acaititSl'Mxnithat M
    McKu.lfj-' tTv Hood
    public name
    nor cm m.ll
    any tloctor- said) I
    : list-t -oon die. Then -- --
    liry.ui would\ defeat the negro; iac*. Such provisions tn> iiuit-'i-t St 11 or <>[)' nor ."rtl-ally- -
    1 oeL'an! to u-e 111. KliigV XI'Oi:- -,.-,"
    McKiuJey.: In tilking; : aver the inequitable U- they are unc.>ntitutlonal -:ipinlli beannir'the untie Hood orhood's ixery for ( :nu-uupti"n.whichcoul- ) : COFFEE DRINK f "

    incident I.It..rIr. K"en used the ; httt restriction that mu-t C. I. Hood other& Co.tiian that 1'1't'p'lrclt bv pltly cari'd n.p. I w <>nli j,ot bewrho'ut f.VALUABLE ] ril!'

    whclo.l..crt apply to all, reg rdles of rife or These i it \m iJ it co-t *5t) a bottle. .1. Attention :
    following Idiiguige, : (i('e1stou-will be gratifv'itg: Hundreds have uplit\ on J
    iroml ....II.<' will l appeal strongly: to all color, would be not only legal but to every fair-minded perron. N-i u and allay it never myrecinmeiulalii --"" -"'-

    equitable.The manufacturer should object to fair / ,rd, li mli'iiiliti. ,' Commencing !I.;
    who han been illl'linl'dl\llioubt the fail-' to cure 'ThroatCLe-t and; Lungtroubles. // r < >/I on "> r'"U

    e\i-teuce and extent of the revolt use of the Au-tral.'an ballot competition laade toteal, but when an uttmipt i- ." liegular sue o<'c. and MIK", (/,.Jin'a <"'<$' < 1:1, Jay 1.:, tec will 1 11

    system, as practiced! ill Florida i*, or infringe upon a bi.-- $',m. Tri-il Louie free at 1V..1.11'A1ehbtrte'3 tliff dnli '/ i'li wlijintta in
    that i- suet I iy going; on in the republican Iiifwinch ha-, been established In drug ?tor< fi ru: .'/" (111'

    ranks: in effect, an educational qualilicition, labor and expenditure. -- IXlIIUlI/wlll.o/ll ill f/CH' gems ;"!I /Miintf of our Mm",

    The inHipUdl tU! country nuiit tirousrtb yet no one has objected to it a* jIi tine cannot betj-altolt too quickly lU), OI. pi'fii.s kinff argil saw (.Olrthinrii'S', lava !
    Nor; should / coffee, tint >>,
    .. election of .. either ub.titution" b.
    'mst-lv The coming |> .tor.I un-American tr undemocMtie. I1.r"I; Iff/nut nnnnyMl
    I )ni|> )ruiicw. from tbi- t.lmid|>(.lot of pure allowed, when a standard article i- Ol I'uli'if d..1) :\n 1 1'sir IIi, Vc.'r limnliniiil'iLitije \\dred (lUJ) ('/1'11//
    called for. Therefore
    and true Antrncani-lulheaany: that baitraoplrvil when you !go IS'.I'.M'.IDO.iradf entitle the "JId .
    to buy Hi.od'-> Sai-apaiilla\ and tiiltir, /<..-/' tn ni'itcli.i1iuMf /
    stag ttt f-coiul rli-ctmn of LinColo. 11'IIIS.1Tt: 111 yon (; li> ) 'inar H Monrx U In thf saddle; It U riding should be sure to get "only Hood'Mnkf -. Allueilli-. S'Vt. ; ,,, \\ pri:> mtri l.. li !/;'", a ""''''/. : beautiful fee Pit InlePlate. ,

    Ibelnitltutluntiit with Needs; asi-tance it 111:1bp b,st to ,,'izcx trill I,. \
    down country (irad.Haltie Pritchett. 17.7 ; "llif J bOdifun.d( Thellllrnlil'ersuarulfce
    render it promptly, but should at C.iijillc,
    ,a roufidcut insnlcnce that tell! of firm belief one Etta 1\I'i..oJl.. tsi; :1. xfrrirrfMr ." 111 of /Ji/re""r' '
    remember to the / it I" In
    In 111011111 Invinubillty. It U running use even mot per. CARn'I1Iav: 30.-The two a- (iraJI'1'I"l 1 \t;
    tar government to-day in Its every tirnni-b feet remedies only when needed- :-emblit.o. Knights of Labor working Franklyn Z-..I". y.x6. for t'i.kouf.lnla will lie !nm n I years, lc'illr,1I'i >

    add ami. If Mionej'i pow In molding public The be t i i.anti; the motimple of ana, !gentleremedy at the mill of the :-jnCord Lumber ( ran.' 7. .\-('.-et-t.. Hbe, yi; MH- with i Hf eaata. 1'/,,(' 'j'citiijitiii I Il'il1l" I Valued at *,.;.fJf).
    afTairi gore f..".urJ fur tour years murr, Syrup Figs IIIHlUflictur..J company at Oaryville, put on a tale \Vmi, US.I ; Lillian!, !its 4. / /'Iffiit;n>i' nli

    a. It h.. for th.. four }curs pat, (hv nail CO}. by California Fig; (Syrup strike Moiiddj- 1 o'clock, und tin, (;r.da' Y Kute I.andrtntt'-o i ; >f your /"".,.'?,,". T/ic 1/11/71 J.i/.v. "11'llr '(.tl
    ,>( American liberty will only be worth urrcultectluaa.amatt.rof mill is flnit down. The trouble' Kate; berg jtJ; s; Carltton I
    orizinited CI''tJfJIIII 1/,1 "," J fl./! ",rules 1ft' Prop.V.. \Urwrt, t ,
    bl>Ior). linnet Tlie genuine Havana Resng'ts from the di-charge of a l'u-hnan. to.l.

    l. prr.-llig Ib. p''''p'# h.'k8r.H..p by cig-irs, ma'de in Tampa are sold only union man by the company p:irticular Grade I:. A-Ilm-i Davis! ; Flos- amount iiiirclt'trtl nfrtinm ? Hir i CojJ'ce Housing a SII/ '
    trp. What b to l>e the rnd If it fesrntbvrf by Nick; Apn-11P. of which have not been nude -IM Hover. Si" U. greater ii'tntliff mil 111'1"f..,- I

    are, HI matters trend but two M>!UtioHs. public by the Knights) Labor. tirade (>. >oc. 15-F :ttlli chwartz.: 1,1 frlIb> t>" ]"'' "'s. .1.1'1.1'I'
    Uueii Kot'lall-m and _the other i- Oolf goods I.1Wlt mowera, ice ------ --- :.I7H: Mabel Loftm.Djo. Just Think of It '

    rrrolulion. The Americas (x>opl.) mu t d.- cream freezer, hummocks and all "Fortune favor-the bra\e." Iti i k ride :5, OTtruJe* Fritdaian.J'J tin ,- i-infoi-iiin''On mnili'iil, "fth.

    fend theniieive from money,Jut ai they Q"rN of seasonable goods:, at the al-o favorable to those, who purify .l : :Sadie Fell. l'I; 3. *t Cnislicil ) .
    once guarded their jrest frontiers from the Willis Hardware IV*. their blood at this season taking Grade 5. 1;-Volny Plillip J-7.;{; :La.A J.ACOny. ) ) '

    tatagv. I'nlrit they come", kolidly,liouder! Hood's H-irsapanlla. Hoberta Fi-her. 97.2: : :Mamie Kerry. crushed clicrrii s-
    to shoulder fir their rights, and come at -- --- ---- 7.2: Eddie Sailer. i 7 2. R-5< & CO.'ri:

    Ouch Bunker 11111 w ill have", been a blunder; "The Prudent Man Sell eth Pocket cutlery !'cisi'ors. fi-hirg, Grade 5, C-(iilb-tt Coul ch. !)!IJ I ; FLY i r-CUEI'.NS.: ('I'IIotheil! ) sir1NII1'rI'ii'.. df1v.

    Yorktownamlttake.THE tackle I'unil. pistols and sporting Nellie; Andrews..
    ---- His House in Or ooods of all kinds -- :
    er. at the Willis Hard- -- If you want the best guar Oil the T. (:Jm-nA.IV( > forcents. )
    D. W. Mclvf-r. Tu-kepee, Ala..
    following, from a very recent marker a-k for Annie HelJ. Kni"ifirlt
    Co's.LAWN wrote: Our child s boweltrepa--. 'I II.> linos! fhi or''
    Your human tenement fhould be Itf
    issue of the Atlanta Journal iseo given I'AKTY. lug otf blood and all prf''trip' Ku lenun. Airent a:!

    directly in line with frequent pievlou even more artful attention thin the A lawn will bp tions failed pure to relieve her until we -- 01'PUT'C) fruit juices. l. ,-
    given at the
    Hammock- all -:vlfo" at all -ort*
    utterance of THE NEWS that house you lour m. Set it in order ty residence of Mrs. T. V. Kp5*ler. l!' tried TEETHINA Te 'thinslVwd- of price*. at the \Villn. Hdr'J"' anCo. cream soda( and ice/ cn.nn
    and she d' well.
    thoroughly revs vatrrg your whoe system West Jackson is now inz
    we give it entire without apology street Thursday, May ,'*.
    -- -- --
    for its hngth : through blood made pure by tiding 31. beginning at 5 pm., for the benefit C.A.STOrt.JA.10m. : -- ------ at 10 cents.Mackerel.

    The result tithe preiidentlal election' Hoots SariapanHa. Then every organ of the First Baptist church. its Ill Hare Awafs! Ecs"1agnatnr. Fox River butter green

    thiije.r may be decided by the votes of awSf act promptly and regularly. other Chocolate refreshments strawberries will be, and # and roasted coffee and whole codfMi.

    hose drum rats w ho refuted to support Fulton Market corned
    m28 dSee l everything kept in an up-
    Bryan in l*". 7f do --I --- at H. Mnl- beef and mince meat at II.
    a saps to-date
    It I. therefore Interesting Inquire what Cleaning ladies skirts and waists grocery
    course Ibis large class of men will probably Move window awn- i Is one of our rt'c1alties.'Star Laaa- ler's. 400 South Palafox Muller's 400 South Pala-

    jut) In the campaign soon to open. The i1gS Marston 4' Finch's dry. street. Phone 213' fox street. Phone 213.




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    I W. S. GARFIELD, President; R. H.TURNER,Treasurer; C. TURNER, Secretary.

    Ice and Cold Storage. f
    Local Portrait for Pemafoli n i4 trinity:
    o Sknireri are probable to-niyht anil Friday; frail
    -- :::::- ----:_:: -- : n---n ==::: touthrrly to irtoterly trinili. Maximum tea>i>tra- Vfe! wit! Continua to fell Ice zt( 25 Cents per iCO Pcasds. ii ',
    tarrgest.rdayr5tbgrres; minimum in lad .'-1

    R. G. Rushnel! of Bagdad: : : arrived TELEPHONE (C. : :'
    REMOVAL SALE here lst nisht. '-. .

    Winchester of Jacksonville arrived A\ ILtO1'S Groaning Clay is Her Hair.ft { :i>v
    in the city last ijight.
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    -- --- --- The R. F. Sutler j is in from t! e
    snaprer banks with 1 U>J snappers. "* \ 11lN'S His Het. t:

    R. Leon Jones Seniinole:: Ala.. t

    'il HeDteiJ tie Meyers' Double; Stores from June 1sf,1 1 will heir day was a guest at Merchants ye-ter- And I've got the Sw.1'let ever turned out of the Jno.
    ii', L } .I B. Sift-on f.-ftory. at $:;tit mul >S .V). thereby saving you ,
    W. C. Tenis of Tampa was anion i the trouble 'i expense I f ordering one special: and pay ,
    the arrivals at the Merchants la-t lug double for it.
    K +-
    night: My Store is al=o Recruiting Headquarters the
    ATURDAY: MAY 19 : E. H. Porter of Galveston ?is Array of Good ClotheVeaters, rind the STEIN- ,'
    among the guests at the Escainbia BLOCK CLOTHING i. at the top norrh of the hddf-r; ,.
    to-day. l>irst rle.i<;ti' !"iid I ptt is fovi |i2.ui "> *2v>.iio. material

    Sell 11 Out Entire Stock Until Removal at t the Follower Prices Martin F. Collins the popular bar- : i and Have workmanship always on the hand best a in Full the Line country.nt JOHNSON k x r ,,
    oiy : her, is quite ill at his home, 114 South ML'Ill'liV I I SHOK-: :oy.'u can befitted out from had r
    Barcelona street. to foot with i-oiisiderable
    II: le.expense than you think.
    Sixteen cases one discharged and 'l'he'bnveni'ntioued articles, with a few of those
    I I $:>40 in fine was the police court record Exeunt NEU4lGF"SHlil1'e; and seine of the New "

    All $12.50 and $15 00 Suits at. ..... ..... .... .... .... ...... ..... .. ....$9.99 .1 Wm.this Fisher morning., Jr., is home from the enough NECKWEAR to vi-it the I jj-t best received in the land.will dress you neat '
    All $5.00 and $6.00 Pants at...... ................................... ...$3.99 spend Bingham his school summer, Asheville vacation., N.C., to Yours for 'Wear, '

    All $3.50 and $4.00 Pants at .. .... .... .. .................. .......... .. ..$2.99 Henry J. Rogers of DeFuniak Copyright 19ifl.Tiu Jos
    :Spring arrived here last night and Coleman ,
    All $1.50 and $1.75 Shirts at. .. .. .. .... .............................. ....$1.35 registered at the Escambia. : TEl1.BLofH

    All $1.00 and $1.25 Shirts at. .. .... .. ...... ...... ............ ............ .90 The rock which is being broken at
    the cite jail by the prisoners is be- DRINK

    Summer Balbriggan Underwear, per suit..... ............ ...... .45 ing used on East Gadsden street. '. '
    Alex. Jacobs, a prominent business t,..."t:
    Summer $1.00 and $1.25 Underwear at..... ...... ............ .... .90 man of Tallahassee,was a ;guestat '..; S
    the Merchants hotel last night. 'i j.: ', t

    $3.50 Shoes at .. . . .. .... .. .. ... .. ...... ...... .... .. ............ ...$2.99All The German bark Rialto which ;.., 'i" ..

    $1.50 and $1.75 shoes at. ... .. .. .. .. ...... ...... ...... ..... .... ......$1.20 arrived. this morning from Han ?;'':f/
    burg; brought! a cargo of 3/JOO barre s :t ;.

    3 Linon Collars for ..... ..... ..... ..... ...... .... .. .. ............ ...... .... .25 of cement Q.I .. :'0 :
    The nvuiy friet.ds of Mrs. Henry .:
    35 and 25c suspenders for..... .. ... ..... .... ... .... .... .... ..... ...... .20 Hor-er! will regret to learn that "bPI | ..
    very ill at her home on East :" .;

    Boys' suits at .. . .. .. .. .. .. ... ... ..... .. ..... .... ..... ... .... ... ...$1.25 Gregory street. .,'..J< ..

    I Patent elastic scam drawers at .. .. ..... ..... .. .. ...... .... .. .. .45 an Mr.extended and Mrs.bridal Max L.tour Kahn, reached after .'i",. ':4':p'..

    $1.50 and $1.75 Alpine Hats at. .. ...-.. .. .... . .. here Hotel this Escimbia.morning: and registered at -..,. '.."'

    The annual exhibition of the convent r : ;
    school will take place at the _

    f m I II HDD l i. Mi1.0u opera June,house at 7 p. Wednesday m. evening, _:

    k d 1 There will be a meeting of Rath- _

    bone night.Lodge Work 30 the at third!8 o'clock rank and to I

    nomination of oilicers.

    (\ _ ,. ___:____ '_ __ __ __ __0 Don't delay. P. Stone's removal IL- HIGHEST AWARDroRPURITY. .
    i: sale will soon end. Better buy while t,
    you can get clothing and men's
    Yours for Cash furnishings at sacrifice
    prices. t .;
    LEWIS BEAR & CO. Sole Agents. :
    H. J. Trigg, city circulator of THE ,
    DAILY NEWS, returned yesterday ... .
    afternoon from a pleasant visit to ALSO FOR. iJ
    relatives and friend in Tennessee. .F..,. .. :
    (* P. STONE $ Old Quaker, Hunter and Parole Rye Whiskeys. '; r';
    ; The Ladies' Aid Society of the .. ,'
    1 i Presbyterian church will meet at Bourbon :: .!
    the residence of Mrs. E. E. Saunders *!$-Chesterfield Whiskey.-< \

    | Friday afternoon, at 4 o'clock. .rfil
    226 South Palafox Street.
    John Metcalfe has resigned- LIST OF AVKDDIXG: I'KESKMS NAVAL STOUCS MAKKKi:
    I'eneralmanuer!: of the Louisvilleand I
    -- -- To Heal Nashville railroad to accept a Keceitetl by Mr Joseph llul>l>ir a Hurt similar with the Mesara.A M. Mote A Co. I'
    I position Denver and Mix I.i//ie: Craig on Maj 'Jlih' ,
    Use BANNER HALVE, the great I I and Rio Grande road. 1000. ROHI5.

    healer. It's guaranteed for cuts J. E. Ross & Co. are decoratingand Messrs. Bower Hooton, White: WW........._....... S4..., H .._..__.114'. ., '
    wounds, sore, piles and all kin diI ,,- |. WO_....__... ...... U .. 1 XN >
    ft I Pages. Take no substitute. W. A. repainting the double store now Maura and Favourite, on! toilet et. _._................ (t6 K................._ I"4):
    D'Alemberte. occupied by A. Lischkoif into Mr. Johnson Hootou, one dining :M .._.........._..... I M K __._..._ .. ._ 1 I:>
    --- --- which P. Stone will move his mammoth table. K.._ __. ......._ I it" Ii__'_., .I'
    1 stock next week. Mr. James C.'at<;on, onetovo! 1.--1 :G) i
    Ice cream freezers that freeze the ISPIRITBTeart9TINR-t9: oenti.
    Mrs. Laura Fontaine, Mrs. Ynies- and kitchen outfit. !
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    i ('re&U1lJuitk, at the Willis Hardware '
    Co.'!'. tra and the Misses Yniestra: moved Mr. Samuel C. Pinne ',onf' sFt dining A system regulator is a medicine

    1 I ItI".OI"/lNI." down where to they Bayou have Grande leased the yesterday Willis, and chairs.Mrs. Thos. C. Wit-..n. th-it strengthens and !stimulates the: +,

    Joe \Ceiland. merchant tailor, I1: !I cott.!:ge for the summer. lamp and set of di '! PisrcKLY H HiTTKK:: i isa superior
    East Intendencia: street announce and E.A./.elius.a: caudle 1
    to his friends that he has ie-opauedhi [ The following! : delegates::: to the stick. pji-tem regulator. It drive out all '
    I : tailoring establishment and (lye- i-ngre-M'iual convention at TalUlu Mr. and Mrs. John C. A very. -etof unhealthy co'iditionpromotes nc'tiity t
    : -"(>f', returned Lmn la: ..t nuht: disher.Mi o:' btJtand! brain restoresgooil -
    i house and i is ready to fill all order* L J ,
    i y )a x 14 11 1 ti j for fine clothing, repairs, cleaning\ David Huthan, A. C. (lilount. Jr.. ,.s Edna: Avery, a tine \-j ..-. : ;q p.titP,:soutiiilet'ri mild cheerful 'r
    Jo-eph! Krown and Win. elln"tt. !opiri.-. s.ild; by Hannah lro.AITJAIIO.V. -
    i, dyeing, etc. l-.'mlm Miss Emm i Edward', one ward- ,
    1! The :Mobile! Item aagggPsts! Chare) robe.Ir.! | '
    1 Iron bed-te.-uK in irre at variety, i:.1 Mnr>!i.iil. *uprint"'Httent of tho Mobile and Mrs. C. \'. Sivi'1a: La"-j
    white enamel and mahogany: ; bra.; and New Orl,. divi-ion cut glass berry dish I IMrs. .
    ana a; a 11':1'11\1)1'1': f U.-uli'i nft .
    trimmed elegant designat 0.I M.'layer's --uit-iblc-urcei-j-'ir: John G. Met- Ren Smith one fl'ic lamp. "
    C'JIDIES I Bargain :Furniture Hone.During calf' who has just re-uned as gen- Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Pner, i-aii: i r i*. :
    I' -- ,.ralllllllag'H of the I. ,t N. dozen China plate i. You are eariitly requested to attend -
    Mrs. 11. I Hell Mrs. Lid lie Willis and duuj-hter.: n' ul&r uieeting of this lodge
    \ flail's absence from the citi Mobile Item : Jackson :Smith di- some towels.Mr. Thursday evening at S p.m. .P
    / i
    vi-itin r.l! c.rssV/i I Ir' 1..E.'T. : To-.i-y: Work it Third Rank amid nomination -
    .. : ,>-;. "The anti J. ,
    J ; : I Pensacola XcedhWork ? A. Lloyd assistant "Hal dozen! lIapkll I ni oHicerf. III

    1 j Rooms," .;V"o. 4 I Wen t aiid Ia '-vig'Nashville! r agent. of the! Louisville ) .e--rs. Win;; Hop & Co., one Chiscreen. I Cisitingbrcthrcn cordially invited .
    are as np-f r
    IEr 81lCOL1FAMOUS! Chase Street, will be opcii./, probable. &iR'ee-.snrs to :\11'. C. 1'. At- MrDelia Henderson one file *F*. 1 I te attend. A. I). WKI.LKK.Jhanc ''
    ((s usual.c'jii Of \'iI'' ". ( Itor Conimandtr.
    : to fail+:re to make an )1!r. D.ive TI/Hibl. nIt'! s..t of ClFi'll. W. C. MA 'KEV.K ,

    ii'iuiicement of the po"tp.H.l'IUett ..f llan' __ ___ u. uf it & :'.
    thv d:IIHat Kupfri: ui's last. niLt! - -
    6. tl-f/ management will m.ikc no C ti.
    Imr''t: for ;Idmi-.j'n to the j'ulcp'due..d The picgres.ivo euahr-1 party and i r price at the Willis Hardwaie .
    1-1 Forbes Store.f. :! et.'.lit xt \\', ly iii;'ht. :soiree t i\ 'ti la-t mend by ti.iC l:h-1 j Cc.'?. .
    I --- ----
    The :'unll1sc.1I1I1! of the Pal fox emit' : Ku'hts. of .America' : at thrir To tin+-,. wh-i dri'ik whiskey for :
    iiilP Street Metho"di-t; cl uirh will give a hall .. North.. It ivien' -toet. was a' nlea..ure; iJ.Hl'l.n'hikl'y adds
    picnic at Magnolia UlulT Tur day.Jutu' tirillrnt) ticceoetaUyaa'! linan- | vest to 'exi tellc". To tho-e who
    5, which' all cially. At c.iids tht're'f'rti uiiuui-i
    ill ril"l.f the school ; ; drink whiskpv for h -alth'i! sake;
    are invited to ittteiiil. 'I hepecial her of tables and pnzts were awardi'il makes life
    = fff train will l live tie: union depot at fi as follow,: Lady's: pny '. a handsome j! worth HARPERWhikey
    Ube Ufee white sjik parasol. tll Mr.- 1
    Offer Jljis a. in. and return at :, ;p. m
    Thomas John-nn ; gentlemen's: ': ::, ; fc'OLDRV
    James .J. Bnr;;. -killed boiier-! a fiiie iiuiiil'-Iui. to An s liunyan; I U.UiHItlOiPensacohm: .
    maker of this: city has t-ecured lady's booby doll carriage: to'Mr :
    through Louis IJigger & C.).. piteut Richard Sw.linegentleniet'a bonby.nilfed I : Fla. t
    1 A Line of Wash Fabrics that fairly whisper attorneys of Washington, 11. C., a a cotton pi:, to (Joii- i
    valuable patent for improvunents zalez.: After card there wa. dancing Yon can sare money lij

    ii.1 { $*$ thoughts of warm days. >' in flyers cleanerTHK will make a NEWS fortune hope out music aid being sellinir by of Rarrjo refre-hments* orch :,.-tra.i th- i!1. seeing Mitrston )' Finch before -

    1 of his patent. All present ;greatly enjoyed the ..tI- laying furniture or

    JUST WORD ABOUT OUR NEW LINE OF The annual commencement of the tertainment.- -- I i I house furnishing. goods.i .
    Creole school conducted the Sisters -- -
    I by :
    Mercy took place at Clutter's Gloriouses I i!I Antrcr's Golden Seal Nu-
    mu-ic hlllast! nitrht and a pleasing Comp from Dr. II. B. Cargil/ :. '.f deln's.! broad and fine at
    >>A1WBURGS AND MGES.ii program was presented. The medals Washita. I. T. He write- : "Four'H. Muller's 400 South
    were awarded by Rev. Father bottles of Electric: Bitters has cured!
    Fullerton and the closing addresswas :\Ir;;. Brewer of scrofula, which had Palafox street. Phone213. .',
    ._u__ made by J. J. Sullivan. caused her great pulfering for years

    ,_ t. ...'\.e. invi't' yon and you will be glad you came when you examine them for they bring At the congressional conventionat Terrible her head t-ores and face would, and break the 6et.out doc-on ,, Hammocks in all styles at
    Tallahassee yesterday. Marston
    \ M.Sparkrnau Finch's.Y
    11..: 4)ei\. t h.'iuty in variety.ft : was renorninuted by ac tors could give no help: but !tier cure 5' .
    i is: complete and her health is excel
    Pieces Regular: 10c Figured Pique at 7'c yard clamation.made by The C. B.nominating Parkhill speechwas of this lent. This shows what thousands

    rrHIS:\ :SALE 10 YARDS TO A cr-TnIER.-.n city in his usual eloquent style. Theconvention is have: the l'roved.-that best blood purifier Electric's Hitters!. Thos. Pebley
    declared in fivor of primaries ,
    50 Pieces Fancy Torchon Lace, worth 10 and 15c, at ." 5c yard for nominating a congressman tetter the salt supreme rheum remedy, ulcers for boils eczema and, 1
    i in
    1902! and endorsed
    CENTER strongly running It stimulates ': ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
    LON COl-STER.1Q W. J. Bryan and the Chicago plat sores. liver,1kidneys
    and bowels expels poisons, I
    : 50 necas Hamburg Embroidery lOc value at 5c form. helps digestion builds up the -AND-
    To stimulate the purchase of Ice strength. Only 50 cents. Hold by I REAL ESTATE
    t S0 Fieces Hamburg Embroidery, The value at lOc tickets for cash, the Pensacola Ice \\'. A. D'Alemberte, Druggist. (,uar. j'
    Delivery Co. will issue numbered anteed. K nti, store.nd All fth"r AcciuntK (;1.
    Eta" ELISE SILK DIMITIES, PLAIN, WHITE AND tickets to each cash purchaser I .ectei ant Iterntttaice. Made t
    which will entitle the holder to Headquarters for builders' hard When Debir' d.

    , i : j J,:;t P.min1; a secoii itiiiuit of Beliiet( Mg f milo Bars. Get m Fricfs ; r will jsy ion, chance at three prizes-a 2-gallon a ware-the Willis Hardware Co.'s. I hole I gilding Kiinness Lots f. r saie end Cottages
    -- porcelain water cooler, free use of lUll Houses for Kent.
    1 ice not to exceej ti') pounds a day Stylish bed roomand parlor i
    . during August, and a first class refrigerator furniture at low prices, Mosey to Loan en Improved: IJeal

    . YOURS W. J. & B. RBE SIt issue.Head their with advertisement DO pound this cash or instalment plan, at Estate Seearity. +a

    TRULY, I Marston $ Finch's. Up-Sa'ts. Out' C Ih.'I's Grocery Sore ',

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    I(I Crab la Onteri. -
    l "The demand for that little southern Nasal I I Hnmanltr IB Turkeys."There's .

    KIDNEY DISEASES delicacy: the oyster crab. Is always a /good deal of human nature ,

    : !: larger than the supply and I have all I I CATARRH r oMA In a turkey" said a farmer. "The other
    day while I was settin in the barn
    I can do to obtain the :;&) or GO gallons In alltl Btsgw there ** c0ee A "" '
    I are the most fatal of all dis ; which are dally required for flavoring should b6 clCAflluicss.Ely's : MAt fEVR J door one of my turkeys ClUleern
    along and peekln right and! loft and
    omelets in the lead-
    stews making
    an< Cream Balm
    f cases.FOLEY'S. finally spied a rag; on the ground
    lug !hotels, restaurants and clubs of deanoet.8oothelnd! beajbe !
    OCR I every turkey had been travehn fora
    KIDNEY CURE I Is I this city" Mid a wholesale fish dealerin [ diseased membrane. 5
    ,' New York to a Washington Star It C'ires catarrh snd dln's -y/ week. Turkey picked up and slatted
    Suaraoteid Renedj array a cuid :u tie UaJ -1do it out. That minute every turkey In
    writer. "Our northern oysters do not
    'lulck'r.Cream: the yard started for him. He run. II
    contain the little dainties, so I am Calm !is placed! Into the nostrils,epreads evidently :struck bid all of a sadden for Infants and Children.

    or money refunded. Contains obliged to buy them (row the oyster over the membrane and is absorbed. Iei.f: im- that he had got hold of suthin that was:

    remedies recognized by eminent shutkers along the York. Uappahan- modiuteendaeurefolow&; It la not drying; doea mighty valuable. lie run, an.l L. Ca!:toria is n harmless .substitute fur Castor Oil! Par
    nock and other southern ricers The tot produce eneez.n;. Large Sue,50 cents at Druggists gone Drop nUll Soothiiigr Sjrup It is iMoa...:mtr. i"
    and he dueLed,
    physicians as the best Chesapeake bay shore oystermen sendus : or by mail; Trial Size,10 cent by mail dodged and 1 lirun contains neither OP tUU.1\lllrllhille nor other Namm,

    Kidney and Bladder troubles. some also. ELY BaOT EItS.Si Warren Street.New York some more. Every few minutes someone Mib>tancc. It destroys; Worms and allays I'l."t'ri..hlll'It >..
    of them turrys'ouJ.! .) got him I I'\' cures Diarrlura and Wind Colif. It relieves
    "The little crab found in the oysterIs I Tccilu
    PRICE 5Oc. toad$1.00. not. as commonly supposed by two- Just What He Seeded. the wattles or else by the rag; and in:? Troubles and cures Constipation.! It regulate- id

    W. A.D'ALEMKERTE. thirds of the oyster eating community, An Invalid called on a physician for j I there would be a tun of war. Anl at Stomach and UoweN, RUiii healthy \1&1 natural slap| .
    I I The Children's Pauacca-Tlie 31otherN
    last another turkey pot the Friend.
    adtlce. The doctor rag away
    wrote out
    -- the young of the blue crab, but U a a prescription -

    The Colonel'. Romance distinct species. It Is a messmate of charging the patient 2 guln j and Guess then th'em there darn was fool another turki-js! elms"woul.1ba"e ,i The Kind You Have Always Bought
    for It. Some time
    "('(.Iuul'l" said the romantic girl. '1 and caterer to the wants of the oyster eas afterward they i|
    i "ull me Low jou got that scar upon '1 being therefore a benefit instead of a met In the street. been the runnin! the f.-u oo themselves Bears the Signature of
    nest day if I hadn't set theI
    jour lift check. Oh. I just know it '1 detriment to the latter. In return for "Well. said the doctor, "you are I I i don 'em."That's .

    must I v a thrilling story. Was it made the oyster's kindness iu protecting: it looking 100 per cent better! That medicine
    I|I just the way with a turkey.
    Its enemies the little crab though a little (expensive was .
    by a bullet! or a saber thrust? I prefera against; Let other
    lilY one ia use flock get Loblof
    saber thrust i It seems so much more catches\ and crushes food which In its just what you needed. i'I suthin. and
    every one cf tl.e: I.1:1I1l..1fools :
    like! tie knighthood of old. You can't entire Mate could not be taken! by theoyster. "Doctor, replied the patient "after' will
    bullet .\ singular thing in connection I had paid you the 2 guineas for the start for hi a or her au.l run #
    we a coining; and there Is no till they fairly di .

    1 way to escape it or combat It, but when ,, with l'.em is that all found Imule of prescription made I couldn't I didn't afford take a to haveit I I as I have op."And. said, there is a rood In Use For Over 30 Years
    so single
    your ent'isy rushes at you with Ills uplifted tl.i1 oyster are females. 'l'Le male of up ... ..
    deal of human
    nature right; tli .1'- rrsu-eoM 7"It..a
    saber were is the possibility of the 1IltIll''arit'tj' Las a Lard shell." dose-London! Answers.The I Lewiston Journal.A __ ---- .rr-: : =::_ ...

    parr} Ins his blow and cutting him --- -

    j du"n. That seems ranch more manly, i' Tcrtlen Trained to Klglit. English1'ay. Dinner of CUltKI A Kf.NMM SOUK
    Mol and %xle ( .
    of the rroie.Tbe
    Fights are a recognized part
    : even If the victor lu the fray does : You unit to to China to s.. "I had
    revive go : cchool education among the boys In following is III 1:1'III'It ot the a bad running sore on my .
    ( a wound cr two, than to just be I light: : in.: m'.uced to a science. England. America when toys fight siege; of Ladsmith narrated by Sir breast for over a year >ors Herrv WINGImportrrsauc fll r ftu

    laId low or to lay the enemy low bya There are mulrods of 0uug men in it Is because they are with each William laeL'0I111a".1 otfIT, slated R. Richards of WtlUeyville, X. Y":, (l
    bullet that cannot be seen. There is the larger cities; therelio: make: a Ih- angry an incident which; will "and: \ tried a great: flatly remedies
    serve to
    other in
    ; England; they tight because:
    but got no relief in till I used HAXKHI.AK. 11
    no Irl"t'r in *b > thing
    anxious find which U :
    they are to out .
    > After u> one half .
    there Is: something knightly in meeting exhibiting! ; their savage qualities l. iuteiestcd had gone as regards; foot!. A shill fell\ iug n H.
    the better man physically. They may i I box I wa perfectly cured. I cannot -
    another face to face with a sword. audiences. They catch both .
    into the mule
    $ have no quarrel or III feeling, but I if I.IU-M OIL- :afternoon killi recommend it too highly, and Chinese and Japanese
    Your soar looks like one that was left mud and snapping: ; turtles, feed them their friends cannot agree: as to their I I Irl''pectI'c (i ing ono uiulo. lu sute of other shells will never be without it in the hou-e.

    by a gleaming blade, and I know that tn raw meat and some sort of drug the-ultimate result '[ following the first one in rapid succesiion W. A. D'Aemberte.'rhevery I
    jour enemy must at least have been that warms them up. and at the end of prowess f M as to make occupation of the -- --- -- *Fancy Goods. %
    is pretty apt to be a "mill.-Self Cul
    rendered hors le comliat. Tell me all six mouths they beeouu's.tvageenuugb;; ture. spot very dangerous; the men iu the finest. 'fllt' u" plu- lilt!a. FINE CHINA TEAS.
    a alas .t It. c'lluiiel-wlu-n it happened to tight a tiger. The jaws and teeth vicinity made a 1'1I":1! it the mule like The cretne de la creine Tliat'-

    an>l lio\v I am so Interested in warsturios. '''nrl' liled and samliiapei-d until the Not a Warm fiarmrnt."I fro many ravenous creatures cutting off HAIll'EIi Whiskey in three 1 lan | :\O.n South Palai.1 St.,

    ; ." mouth becomes a dangerous thing togo can't find words," exclaimed the the flesh: with their clasp knives in guages. ,
    !SOLD I'.V Laundry Ofllce l'k\-\.
    "Yes." h<* reeled; "1 ngrtH with you Lear. The tuitle Is tantalized each moral man "to express my disgust! forth i I great oii'-.nk. They tll'lIll1 safer : ,
    n.SH.1tiv. {. .
    a fully almr.t tn! sword nn.l Bator bits Jay wIth a plow of wood or a. bunch of (' man who aces hiv religion ns a I i built fires, toasted the meat and !t IIKOS.Tenacola 1

    FluNttln a fellow. and! there is something heat. When ('ollfrooll'll.lIh another "He certainly: foelish to totthl' i'| more palatable the men fried their

    knltl.about! standing; no and turtle that Las been trained and badgered least" rmarke.l: the pra.tictl'man |i cults in the axle grease provided for Grist and Corn
    thru tirtraad: ) parrying with a 'ol.ide.Rut in the same way. they go for each "for religion such as his I Is necessarilyso 1, the carts. The want of tatty foods HEI[I NB f RG BROS. Z 1 Meal W: :,

    I cot this wound while acting; as other with distended jaws, and there Is flimsy he's liable to catch cold in It." and ,.('gl''s'n>l greatly felt. In ., |I 1H. GONZALEZ & co. Prop

    an Innocent bystander' at a Chicago sure to be a fight to a Ilnbh.I Philadelphia Press. | spite of all their hardships nobody ever I '

    strike! riot. It was a brick."-Chicago They have each been starved for a thought of giving in. The general In MLE&L& O GM G OC M S Ii| Ialluf" lur. r-

    Tlmes-IIerald. 'week. Etch is handled by his! owner An Epidemic of Whooping r iieli.List quired as to how many horses in the : UHOC"; :\HI.U I't III-. (.H'.I i 'I'

    who has teased It to the killing! point : winter during an epidetnif of camp could carr) their rldrrs sic miles, STOCK FEEIII :

    The !etcher and HI. Heart. 1 The two turtles are then placed in a whoopingr cough my children contracted i In view of a sortie being made, and the I Patronize Horn InduMri '
    Very few soldiers who Lave the disease, having I Palafox Street
    sl'nmu11 small ring, and only one comes out severe answer came back that only 12 horses every reason you should IMP .
    service (,"(-:li"w1.:1t Is called coughing fpell Wn had used 1. Hlook Feed from the iiom \ln
    alive. The lasts from to ten
    fight one Clvimberlain's Cough Remedy In the whole camp could do It.-Lon. Pensacola, Florida. for by so doing you eiu-iiiiiHii. 'I
    battle heart. and death very try. Your Isl..tll" .
    hours generally comes only don Lancet money t in.
    The ordinary stale of the heart In successfully for croup and naturally and you la turn am Indir. ,1 r >
    when of them has secured throat -
    one a turned to it at that limn and foundit -- In fostering tb" tom inn, '..
    healthy people! is one of in'liability. ni. flmrlng to Com ,
    hold ou his doomed antagonist.Cleveland : relieved the cough and ptIp'tpd a contribute to tbr e.iimtnf ,Ia'mm
    but in the soldier of live or sis 'P:1N' Plain Dealer. complete curp.-JOHX CLIFFORH, Old Lady (reading ne'Wspaper-l declare LODGE DIRECTORYKNIGHTS I nbicb tn tlic contributes community in who.. -.
    servl.c the !Irritability Is so :great thatIt Proprietor Norwood Hous Nor- The poor fellow arrested yesterday to tour -u'iI
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    --- --- --- -- ------ Is deaf.Listeneriiott.
    constantly affects his temper. wood, X. V. This remedy is for sale I
    The soldier wears such tight clothing by Hannah Bros., 21 ;8. Pilafox do you know? OF PYTHIAS. PROFESSIONAL( :

    that his Lean Las not room to beat: 10,000 tn. street. Old Lady-Whv.: it says here that he I

    freely, and the pirpetual struggle; to Awarded at Fail EMl'LOYMKNT OFI-ILK Is expected to I are his henna next Pensacola I\ljtl". No. 3, Ii of I' Dr. fl1arGell 5'me( Rd- .

    do its wort undi-r tlitiiciiUies ujures week.-(Sreen B:1 Monday \'I'n. I
    Ring: 382 or call at the office.
    up Castle Hall
    It. The soldiers\ trousers are tight at
    11 North Palafox street, when iu ,on bull. West II Physician end
    tho wall Ills is Mat that Sure .
    >t. cent buttoned as tings are cheap .tr..t. -
    need of a carpenter. K. I). Hoffman, I
    tightly as |N>y.lble :111.1'l'ry often he 5UINA1AROCHE I BuMness Agent of the Carpenter'sstndJoirers' ; and at the fame time of .m""I.\.ry' n cordially 1.bld"I1I''', ""1"\I h s ,

    btjueezes himselfitl: a belt. ( Union will furnish you I H. Ji DE:\ INK, 'I I'hont ,i'
    good durable fuaJittat IItllcI'h'mh..r.. Ilu .dr
    Then wl.en on the march his chest with the desired help on short no- A t9: C. C I'ulatox Mre.> .t. 1'10.. _
    Is cow prosed by the weight of his WINE CORDIAL .tice. n2otf I Marston $ 1'inrll's.THE I i

    knapsack, canteen great: cent and Highest recommendations for cure of Poorness __ ___ u _- w. o. w. :
    heavy cartridge: Ml. ot Blood, Stomach troubles and General Debility |I DR. WM. C. DEWBEERT.

    If of soldiers lacreaces the appetite, strengthens I.heOak Camp No. WoiMliuan of ILeYnrld. |
    youfiui a company: the nerves and buiUi theeniiK !
    when theyare doing: a l long march, t \ I I OrriOE-Hanjah, Bros.1 Dm ;::0 -
    S3 rue PnuolPARIS Meets firrt and third nrlay night In !!
    you will (I"SI'ntLat most of them RESIDEUOE-400 Jaokaor :'.
    .al'b month. \ isitin, u"r"'tlI: j
    have lushi-d faces red ears, rod noses, I'ouitcra A Co. LEVY-POU CO. ally in\ltcd W. S4. : curdl.1, I a
    P',1tTIIAersCferk. I
    i \\ollin ui'ikn-i-honlag that the heart .t5cut.t, C.C. 1

    Is /:l'l':1tl.on'rtaxl'll.. Some, on the Dr. Wilmer S. Hall, 1

    other hand, are pale, which proves that ,

    their hearts are Lot equal to the worn: Indigestion DENTAL SURGEON -

    +, thrown on theiu. ,
    'When after a very long march the 'I I Masonic Ten:ple. Fho-e 364

    ucn hale to deploy Into fighting order, LOOKING We challenge he world

    and perhaps nisi a hill: a very large:
    cumber break down altogether.! Their to produce a remedy equal I DR. C. RAY MITCHELL

    ovci'strained! hearts never become
    to the Matchless Mineral
    really strong and healthy again.Ans ( .- I

    \\era. )Water for the cure of Indigestion I Surgeon Dentist.i .

    Cut Tlirir Srntrnrn Short
    t Many people lu eu-ry walk of life Dyspepsia and i '- South Palafox: Street

    and particularly traveling wen seem _:!t4.. 5 ',' y all forma of Stomach, Bowel -
    to have a craze for abbievlatlon. Oa ;'i- e
    almost every page of the hotel I register FOR'I f Troubles and Skin Dis WEEKLY HOI I HDL' I.h

    may be found some unique freak, of yon STEAM DIVISIONFENSAGOIjAKLKCTIUCTKItMIMi
    abbievlatlon. eases. Guaranteed to cure : :>

    Two abbreviations that have been ., !4i I HAlLWAY ('O II'iiYI !
    "' or money refunded. Cost I Trains l"ave I>n.acoln for the
    noticed are "X. O. and .. (I. Anywhere Bayou, Palmetto Kacb, Marrlogtoa "'>".'
    but In the residence column of a iJ cents J Yard and Fort harrancai at
    only a day to use it. Aapta.m.arrlveatFort '
    hotel 1IY00f1 F Barraocai i.
    register they would beery puz ti 10:10 a. m.arrive at Fort Barranca ..
    zling. Of course It is easy to under- THINTHINGS One dollar bottle last twenty L In p.rn.arrln Fort Karranra c
    ." J.30p. m. arrive at Fort Karranra6. .
    .tlnlll11:1t the () means Ohio, and as .I IB '
    : p m. arrive at Fort harrancat
    there I Is but one town In that state that May object! to pittiu' up days. '6:11,p.m.arrive at Fort Karrasca >
    Trains leave Fort ftarrancai for y
    begins with "Z. Zaiiesville. and butt
    t 'and buildm' the fire in For sale all eolaatTJ
    one the name of which begins! with by druggists; a. m. arrive at feniacola ,
    "\," Xenla. it Is easyto understand the morn in', but if you tI 11:00 p. m. arrive at Penaacola > .
    also It. T. Green .
    'I jCo.. 37 :S:00p. m. arrive at Feniaeola6ai
    the abbreviations, and they save a lot ; commence with her at I p m arrive at IVniacola
    7:00 p. m. arrive at I'polacola .: ''
    of time and luk."llworth" S. Street.OR
    I once you may be able to Palafox *S. 5p. m. arrive at Peniacola 1 1> 01
    Is not so easy to understand Hatordayionly.

    perhaps. but when "Kansas" Is i.i overkum this prcjoodiss. l ADDRESS In effect I'HC. lit, \"W.BC5OAT .

    puzzling written: ; after abbreviation it Is "10 Another," but i, didn't I regret to observe that I \\l \\V fflLfflSSON\ { I Leave Peniaoola.e, m. ICHIDCDI LT Fort,ICs h..rranease 'i

    when it N "Chattanooga. 10," It Is not i commence arly 11 a. m. u m
    hued. to read! Columbus Is;, usually J tnutf. It was a I' I p. m. .' p mtp.m

    written "..ul,,." and Chicago "Cgo. I' If\. rather cold mornin' whenI Every other man you meet sp a Its about the Greenville. Ala. I: Ip.m .p spat5p.m. n
    ILc final "h" In the old fashioned
    way weather in that Tea'hnnnial Front Judge Gaston.tiKLr9VILLr Spatep.m
    cf spelling I'ltt.sbnrg. which has been I lust proposed the ideeto helpless "" litYay I 'p T

    almost eutin-ly diopicd elsewhere Is i I5et y. It wa..n'tpl! as if he could get no relief from his di-cnmfnrt. [ take greet: plraaur,In 1 ia" -:.Urv'n.c Ac;*'. io,In lQ lh! t I'.o..ola rags FOR win OATH, .

    usuallyuaed In the abbreviation wbeb.; I rpceivi-d. and I found What we want to do is to educate men up to I he point I!purity I...- > and the W,niHrllnfV'nkin tfr. Thi i.Mturnl,on'n nilurritllonU Motcbuni'ml '..niacola to to Navy Fort l1uranca) ard and and rnPeniaoola most I'11 I oIhurI'r'l:; write ("1'11.1: nowo-1 -, luny prr > U* u
    clas.-Chk'tso Chronicle.Prne : I II myself layhi' on the floor of saying; "I am dressed for comfort; hot weather from: a well three nillr"tra-t of ur.->-n\ilie. rA.a Fools ''IIIU'
    in the taut condition in "hlb it .- '..1.1. I 'I
    I pretty studd.-11t. a dojs'nt bother me. This store pays particular attention :lut\r> rfn tbis HtT usaA. with wonderful I Iurcess. / Runnral vs
    al 4n Price. !..r dy'p"p'II' iiidiK-.Uon. 'i 1 ard and rtnrnto
    Two old Indies: were)next to each other : I thott tIt I'd jrit up and to Summer Clothing, Hot \VeafliMr Shirts, :..'\..* and for rruptn. fli,....adnr*'. Mire andjctrsun I'"nlacola,.to'n ..Iu.I'o H a. n I

    In .1 station but One of tlll'm'I -bI I bild the: fire m.}'-clf.- Straw Hats, Etc. Things that contribute a great i>?r tli..s.. man grub'i and hi I 'Jo tnel not... A'10":1.H: -iuml\.. u\. No (r..lht f..,', 'v4 at-r :T'nubtribe t "
    ed to have tin- window shut, the other to the comfort of -,.UIlI..I1.I. its- hit.lil r..."lIIm..nd..d by
    ArtenniWard.. measure men. I ph>,tciaustora number orA.h........ -
    to hate it OIK-HI: the conductor was called 7ru. (tASTox.of .
    to decide) the Ilur) lion. One said if will! build the fire if I1Urh'e ludj" Probat'u: !. i inter L uuty. to t ," I'M f

    It were open she would catch cold and nI[ r !her a OAS RANGE Good All-Wool Blue Serge "lsbema 10u w.-.-k.

    die; the other M if it were shut she and you eau sleep l \ until

    would die cf, apopKxy.> hr-akfa is reudr. He:-J. can a-u Coats and Vests 83.50 KREUGER & KUGELMAN
    The conductor did; not know what to ,
    -Iwpa haIr hour lon/t-r.; a- the firei
    do, when :\,:\ old man who had been
    started in-tantly. Simply "trikevnutch *=W""OI ESALE GROCERS %
    sitting juct! In a coiner, said: Good All-Wool Blue Serge
    and fire i i. in lull effect
    "Ojk-n the wIndow. friend: that will your AX KN"nU6'.LY FHE..H'lJ NKW TOCK O!F 1 1\.1

    kill one of them. Then shut it. and we in ere second, day or iiijht, an\ Pants 82 50 OP.IX KMF:! .. I ANNKI: iOOJjS AND :'i'P11i.i II -

    shall be rid of the other and have time: in the Try Oxxx Oolcioii 3T"looco Flour.

    soiue peace."-Ixjndon .\nsvers. All-Linen Blue Suits. Zephyr nae=rooL1 1.W-i.U): E. (host MI:: "in rtreetWar" .
    :. u-e. ( a. Tarrag: "na and
    JOO Ranges now in
    I'ro.e. Ills Caste. S500 Telephone 151
    Miss \Yilling (after: the pronoal Use in Pensacola. Weight .

    Hut second are love you? quite sine you believe In Better Serges if you want them fr H. H. WICKE.

    Mr. \Yoodby (a widoweD-Certainly Ranges Set on Trial. &: Cheaper Serges if you ived them

    my dear.: Now suppose! a man buys a
    pound of sugar; It Is sweet. Isn't It? I US RlSGES $13 Comctfil Free. Plumber Gas and Steam Fitter

    Miss Willing-Yes. ef course. ,

    Mr. Woodby-And when that's: gone Td.d LEVVPLL ca
    he naturally wants another pound Pen acola Gas Co No. & South Palafox Street.

    and the second pound just as sweet, Ml Kinds o. Plombin.: and Gas Fittings Matrihli Kern H.. *

    Isn't lt-CUcaso! : News. :. O. 3 S. LAFOX ST. 509-511 South Palafcx ctreet.: TELEPHONE Ki ". PEJIhVCXJLA., )'LA.a .



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    He Reports Recent Casualties In the Cultivate the peach orchard In the :

    Philippines I I, same manner as when cultivating; corn. ?
    W.\!>HlXGT X.. May 20.General lfacArthur's ,I For grounds limited in extent dwarf

    SrJlI{ NMHC and Address To-dny---Yon Can casualty list: U a,* folliy.vs: trees will be found quite an advan

    Death.-Typll"Thirty-first infantry tage.

    Have It Free and be Strong and Lt-Ki Gordo::; Forty-first iufutitry, Cherry culture Is the cheapest of nil

    Josvph' II. II ,I.row: Thirr .-tiJtt! infantry fruit culture. Plant good trees and Kt
    lilt m aluue.I TO CLEAN NURSERY : w '
    Vigorous for Liie. Frederick Kuuk! Temple P.

    1 :ll-rnvm J. Mill.-r. >o not look for a fine crop of fruit BOTTLES I

    i Yll'hl.i.l-El"\'Ith ctnairy, George from any tree that lost its leaves Ire A'ter the tattle: bis beta need rinse itt'oroOlx ;,;5

    INSURES LOVE AND A HAPPY HOME. i Overturf: Forts-eighth! mlantry, ,!ndwm luaturely last fall. in *arm ...::r: then f.iiuuh; axe::: N; Y
    ; Frown Charles Moi.rhouse! Alvin
    : ,
    water cor.u'air: c spoonful cf l rtra'
    the best wa for fruit treesis
    B. Wil1tt'r.n"I'Uk. ,
    !"\ Thirt."ol'l illfiUltn-. a lime \\hltewa: to which a small rl tGo'd Dust: Wasting Ponder N ,

    I William H." Thomas." iu-iutity! of carbolic acid! has been add n and kl! it s'ind shikinj: every nor lad then, II

    Malarial: fever I Forrv-se\cnth infantry ed.! '8 rubber. lC' : to used let it remain iso: is the ;+ I ,v.

    Sauna:; 11'! ::nlua,; tllirt-.tir"t infan Failure to provide good drainage so ,.icr. R-n'e through cleanitcr several!times. 4 ,
    try Jamo \'ili'r-'Il.! .;Gold Dust s much more effcktkeihin soap to '
    that the roots artoo wet Hilt'ttin:; I. T .
    \1c"h"ljom-Thirll cavalry, John FDaw the trees too deep when planting are clttn them, ts .1 removes all: spear ted motes ..... .
    *in.Intestinal. cluijinj: tI. tides of the bottles.TS. : : j' 1 :
    two leading causes: of root rot IIUlUU:; ,. : : ,
    01..tru'lilllJ-F.rty--hth( iifantry .it" '..... If ',< :..k'ot 'tt <
    fruit trees. tlU r'l IItLU h8 Ii .lK, F.\' -If'
    I Philip U. Prexxjtr. | Seal'roe............... i. ,
    Pul\'ll"uri-rllrt\. infantry.\Yil. No matter what crop (is grown for THE ... K. FA'RBANK COMPANY i '

    liam :S:: Hobiti.siiti.I the first four t. 'i\e jers after setting Chit.).. tl. l.ul., N.. York, i

    >ri>i>sv-Sixth laf.i-irn ?In>leLin Hilton out thorough :rod fre
    I), IIHIIIl III 10... es. -'1"i.! i i. .."t lurIng the early
    ; -- -
    : nicideFonrr'lcavalrLetorAdair
    1 par "f t-'!: <;r"'v .11;: season.
    i Homicide Twenty fifth infantry,
    Onf fiehcapest and best waysof
    1 First :Sergeant: John Williams.
    ligLtiLg acct pests in the orchard

    I i AFFAtRSARE COMPLICATED.Ean I Is by giving a good flock of jwultry the
    I I __
    1 run of It. Their natural instinct is to
    Francisco\ I'lugue Situation Much
    pick up every bug Insect and worm
    1 Mixed-Iteotrulnlng Order l<*ued.
    they see. cqoern'3B
    I j Six FUAXCISCO, May 29.-Legal complications -
    The removal of a tree to n new localIty -

    1.. !! have arisen in the plague Fit- no matter how much care is takenin

    j nation and things are very much mixed. making the change, always resultsin

    1 The United States circuit court issued weakeif'hg Its vitality. Hence good

    ti an order restraining the local board of care should be given until the tree

    health and United States Surgeon Kin- starts to growing thriftily again.-St c- CR

    yonu from iuOl nlatiug Chinese and rufetraiuiuK Louis Republic. ,
    them from leaving the city. .

    The elate board of health then puss<1 an For Over Filty Vrnrs.MRS. .

    : order asking the city board of health to WtN-gLOW'8 HOOTHIM 81RCP has The Worlds Triumph of Master Brewirg.
    quarantine the Chinese district.
    hern used former ntty years by millions ot
    At a inoctiiiR of the city board, called mothers. their children \\ bile tPt>tbmg, Favor
    delicious 1
    4 for the purpose of declaring an effective with pirfMCt success. It soothes the child The even cusJity aid ;
    the softens the gums allays all vain cures wind of / e.inJ Brews are the woncferor
    s quarantine question was raised colic, and in the best remedy for luarrbo-a. ( l--
    ill whither! the order cf the United States It mid relieve the poor little sufferer im- the. worid'cS b -drirzkinJj court trje.s .

    court would rot prevent the board from Oistely., Bold: by Orufulsts in r\vrj
    of the world. bottle and the> pride or Ohio.
    part Twenty-five cents a -
    declaring quarantine of
    reading .
    l sure and ask for "Mrs. Winslow'sduothtng
    ,Iaa VAe1 1\t 11111111Vt I the order convinced the board that it Jrop." and take no other kind Ge. cquamted.by1 ord&rirccj ac. .5homo.
    ,', was very sweeping in its effect and it
    .\ was feared that to declare a quarantinewould At C. V. Thumpson's.Crane's Seth Agents everywhere.THE .

    bring the bourd in and

    L. W. KXAl'P, M. I). action was deferred. contempt Envelopes Ladies'to match.Note Paper and CHRISTIAN C43Ye4&1flr+ r:
    -- ----
    t st y man may quickly cure hiin t-lt eomplMMy braced me up. I am Just 8sviKi'rousas Over 3,000 Passports Issued. Cambridge Linen and Envelopes.
    ,ht'4f.utTrrlag from sexual fukvilnlitv. when a buy and you canuitrrulize Hurd's Parchment. BREWING CO,
    -' night losses. vanoocflt', I bow hanpy I am." WASHINGTON May 20.-The state de- Invitation Paper and Envelopes .2tJ4 R
    HI !'r'tlargeniallweakorgnna to full "Hear hir:-YourniHibod worked beauti .
    . it d \iK'>r Plmply.rildyournamPand fully. HehnlU.reeucUy I n..d..d.I4lrl'nllh partment has issued over 8,000$ passports Linen Tablets.
    a .. tu l>r. l.. W }"II"I'!). --.T-J Hull and rigor bare completely returned to European travelers for the 28 d .ys in Frosted Velum and Envelopes. tCxt t-
    Jil:, liftroir, Midi., mid IIP will and enlargement entirely katis- .
    'n tl t-ii-II-M rwflpt with full! dirtcut fuotory. May. It is said that the climax has English Note ; Satin Wove ; Tissue
    .. nov man nmv ntslly cure bini.iinii "liearSir:-)'ours war received and I had been reached and from this point on the Paper; DennNon's Crepe, Etc., witha
    i ,. -. TI'txleCrrtalnlyalnoFt' :en- no trouble in mttkiniMi>e of the receipt al' Ltene will diminish. As it U the figures general assortment of stationery.C. BEAR CO.. Wholesale Dealers) : Pemacola :
    e :. ,il.nly, tnail show what men tblnkr I,,10 weak men. I Bin greatly improved in show a gain of over 50 per cent above V. THOMPSON -
    ' ;"'II". I iix". strength. and vigor" '' the normal passport i&ul'i for May. No. 30 Houth: Palafox Street
    ." Mirl'lc ."tovpt m)' sincere ; All corri ..pondence is strictly confidential TIME TABLE.
    The figures for 3.IXU in that
    . ...ktfor jours of rrcrnt tint*. I burn I mailed in plain seated envelope. The April were
    your treatment a thorough test and : receipt It free for the asking and be wants cow, a gain of more than 100 per cent ?'
    eiitilt ba. hero utrnordlnary. It has i every man to have il. over the normal business. Schpebnick'5.HATS LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROADIX .

    EKKKCT: JAXfAKY :7. Iraq, '
    -- --- --- -- --- -- -
    Japanese Immigrant Rejected. *
    OneVa. E.oelr. I IXO.
    I'rofesa- TAtx>5U., May 29.-A special boardof II. : :00. :!. o. I. o. .. ak. I
    That illustrious astronirfm-r,
    JURISDICTION OVER inquiry to ocn.ider the sudden immigration 12t noon I IIpin LIave Pensarola ......A rrh' 4laptn 5aoam
    or Simon Newcoinb, In au article! on 2:15pIII t 112.50ottht Arrl\a I'Iomlltoll.rrivit 2:4ipin 2Ii ain
    "5deIK and the Government" in The <, of Japanese to this country SHOES VALISES. 4:12pm $:n.aIII' Arrh'e. l1..hll. ...Arrlve 12r. noon 1211 nlKht foe
    sttpin: I' i'tU"1II Arlh' 1Pw Orh."rrl\ i'r'8111' jt'PIII $
    PORTO RICAN FUNDS North American Hi-view, Rives an i ha passed upon the Japs recently re- i, 5Ipnl : dlast Arrive Innllwn\t'r ..Arrl\" II::vain vXUpnt a ,
    amusing inatauce of the Ignorance even JBCted by InepectorValkcr.. The inspector '. A fl SIOCK Of CBO'CE' f CIOIiK! ( 18111'+ i'upn1 Arrivea'h\'III.. 'rrh' :!:2IBIII \It.8m = t'
    was sustained in case but 12:5 noon I 2tnsm: Arrl\'I'.l.oul.\III..Atrl\t' a:12: pm :!:f>lialll
    --- of the most prominent jioliticians' regarding every 4:00pm I ju51\1II .Arrl\ 1'I""lnllllll..I..II\ 5:4tpnt 1I:1.IPIII
    two, while several others were allowed
    Question Raised by War DepartmentAuditor. tlie work of the grwUtt-t scientists to land upon the guarantee. of the Japanese Men's Furnishings. BETWEEN PENSACOLA AND JACKSON VlLE '-A'

    : consul. Invebtigution shows that

    "It M sold that some W; years ago the thfr. are ;WO Japs in Tacoma without No, 21. i I ."0 3. ...0.' 2 ...0.. ?:.. s12.S'

    HritMi acaiK'Uiy had printed a few copies employment. Having removed to the CorneT 1I::5 night I' .:11I1110 .. Pen.aeola It:111 pm fIJlplII: }
    night isNam: lllInll W:: IDIII SIIPIII
    of au iini> work for presentation -- --- of Palafox and Intendencia
    4asatn s"iam: 1t..uOlllk ttl
    t'prlngs satpnl : : piliO
    There i is more catarrh in this
    E HAS NO AUTHORITY to some foreigners who from theirprominence section streets we have some Rare Bargains tI.ain 11/:1-1)111 IlIplty "'.f'lplII 1I57pm
    I of the country than all others flUalll 11'151\111 Marlltllllil 11I5prn l 12l1i1lOOIl
    I Ifl. in that anxiousto .. it
    in the! Rcientitlc world Wl'reI'l.t Every Line we are
    diseases put together, and until the :1511111 I.nooo 1 ltnerJUnction :lOpm: 1II':'OtllU ,.
    honored with the 1 dispose of quick at Removal 1.1p 1..lInh.,. .. m {
    entitled to be an re .1p
    .!... t b.d I'utler rulslon of last few 't"i1rs"a;; Mippo-.ed to be in 1 :5 II ,n 1II'k.nnll \I::O am L \
    i giftl'r" Airy the astronomer curable. For t
    a great many year
    : In the :Iilttrr.C Prices.H.
    royal, was r 'gilt I\'cl to make a selection doctors pronounced it a local diseae. 1 'r

    ( niilrotler 'Inieeuell Likes Issue of t't- naiiifs. A few days after and prescribed: local reined s, HAMMERMAN, 1 THE ORIGINAL

    1\11; Him. i In had M lit in his list he was Informed i and by constantly failing to curtby l\rAXA ER.ItOUNTAlN :.
    .i'jthe stci-tary of the admiralty that local treatment, pronounced it incurable. PABST
    *t" mv PI-;, May 2".i.A (1'IP..tiu'1 :Science lias
    catarrh -
    my Uv.ils'cre struck by the irtmlicr prcnen aml H
    u in tLe otticc "if tl.i amlitor ui to be a constitutional tI i.c'a-I'. KlnturkJ O uu
    of uukiunMi! names iiulinlcd .I'l.l that! MINT
    and then
    he'in fore requites constitutional i BOTTLE ,
    w r detriment' :w t" whtth-r BEER
    II.I') u'ivhol! t<> t.l': ru ii.<|ui/y cti thosul'ji' treatment. Hall's C.itunli ( 'me. t
    "tli! 'v to uudit the iu"uiits (.1 < I. Air. ::- :i.,1 t.t! "''c.;., tarj fursome inamifjctureii: F.J.'h.ul'\\'OI"

    disl.i: .. n'-tit mull the net of March I yu'tititcni.'L's! : the hy S. A. FRIEDMAN,
    r | as to names refcrnd Toledo.' Ohio i i- the only eontitutintiiil Tln BEST TONIC!

    I. 10"0( nj'T ifumti-J..0t.: : .t.i fnrtha'tcruuteut ;:! in.I CHIP on the tHai kt.t. It i- Pt uprietnr. u

    L .1 the \\'l'h'] of Porto IIico, j I '\\" '1ns na ,'xnnIII'.' said the sec- i taken iiUtinally in dined from I" B
    V.'iij; feel ill and irritable! wheel aiii'ttleof --
    l I ret 'here is the name of Professor droll to a tea-plioiiful. It acts dln'l'lh' -
    lulhftlll's,' shuttle
    \\ IKXIilUlts b' [ >!oiintaiti :Mint Tom will ,
    I on the !blood aid iiricotiir! .ttiN't.: 1-01
    I C. f. 'I. 'J !Nv the mi'lit'T I.f the st.itc ,1\"i j jnr faees of the sj.tej Th.ofT.: .. null I.e ,yet well :nut tiopi and
    r out
    I| 'i'nss is one of the themaIL11i HEALTHFUL
    jrwatest nun l-rirlit: std cheerful! :
    mi die tlicury that they rl'latl'I' hundred dollarfor; any c'a-e it 8l1too High-Grade Liquors. .
    ut Moiintain Mint iudi .
    and standsauiidiK
    tinagi cures non
    ,''rul K niTiiini-nts. j ji CHIP. Send for circular and ttimoniuls. < --
    the! two or three most eminent and delve! s away th -t fi c'lln..r 1:111'11"1' AND .. .
    i'l"'ll..a enisini a rtitiisitkm Iiy i Addre-s, I I'lool!;, PI'i"atpt'k.: lieu :
    ' '. of \\.ir fiirHMWM out of 1II:!.It'r' in (,!tpjl'al i | astronomy now living. F. J. t'HKN'KY: fi ('II.. ::; -uiiimer.( |I Mr..: .-..lIr\la..lI.: Vi ry Fine ; rI

    "till( ti gotnthe (if i iVI \Vlto else do joii wish to Inow.hurt Toledo Ohm.Snld I: tones up the entireyten.. and REFRESHINGTRY I I I I .1 MI'S t'tlelinitecl OM Priv "

    ' :, ii at'Mil .}11,111. The :m- .1 :' hy dru rgi-ti i ;;>c. ::ivr s ore a rigatoni app tin .'. -'k. 1'earsOld I ; Old '

    i t.. uu It.!%iIrIu t'ut held that '\" :"lie *!..;(>. "fht11; do,' rc'iliedthe !i Hall's! Family PilUure the he-t. worth It banishts Hvinr.Mountain nausea ardi: 'ik- I I.f- \ ivi-t. Kentucky's I'erfec'r"

    ,u i 'i'II 'if the auditor t'ur the M '.'..tal.J'." 1 i 1'iitity, anil huts of Other
    aMaehi-s these ac-1 1I i Tor 1' Mint Tonic lei: ir.i i ati'; at to ly liitif \\ !liiclipace w ill not pl'r-
    '' many }',' ;;'('oliautv'ell\ auJno:,_' .
    '1111.1 money apprnpri Mi-ssr J. E.. lloss el ('o \o. H I X. i 4 iiiention,
    1 ho Itlooil tin the K n If. bat it has-bicome hoit-"li'il'i t! '-
    u .i. 11'1 .1'\ -rli 'ji: are mit s'l I' llf" have [ I I I. I i-i-t; anrl IlesttsflectPilStock t.I.
    X .
    . .' "I'lir the hst ten j -:trs: said n curio Street peifected : ci c-iy.
    :liin.t Port Ion
    .1 o ) rutr!rn.enti for the! "f V.'ili :Mountain Mint in the I .1 i i. '!:I.' \Vln-ky iiml I Wines
    ' ., iskimlix'hargcil! d<' 'l r in the: Old 1'iinitor a \'1'11.1hc"l ;"ll-o '
    i al'l'r. i
    tinin st window ,. o1 for I .11111ly I'.se.
    F ,, rl..lollr"UlI'lIt.( darcr with an imitatioaLronzi': .CU'I'II't r ,plac' illn,, i is tore

    1. .. Tr.u-ewell takes\ coti- .I al1 i i-: wmkthnrousr'ily r. b J :'g Tide is Cat 1 train eject 1tyt +
    Vk anti' that It iK'iH-11'ls eli- nlus tad iu teat
    >lay :::: mruer "I1U\\"II": e.
    bn .
    i can rininvnl and toieii: and} wi :11. .
    '. I..I intlull of the president lor tl.e I .''''.,u- l'allit :It 1I" / .j'
    I don't know '\ la'rit came from but 'awI\' -
    at the! end .f tiie '
    t'y '
    -& '- 'ew Tty it and !b. e..L'refl., A CASE Fro..IIo.v'l
    " ,rlioll I' I. iv 1..1 I \try Tail
    a"I1 II !* "l'lh'II.prll.1; ( ,'. ; .
    till 1 jir :1111.\' gut it v.en buying: some itlnnit the n
    \\ar dq ; ;> t culli.t t.oii.; .\1 ncy rate, the other day and a-h of thewiudowIll l heea-ily I I' H' I:'. T. ). ( ".... I '.
    ni'' "flier ili'iMrtnient ini
    thea-i-'unitssbouldbo jus.-ed I j whi'c! 'l.i .kin>* over my drad fJ x-k. it handled from the inideitln'nt in-; A I11 NS \l m.H...\.

    auollttlr"! flrthf'." r"'lk't.tiw | iHfUTid to me it laiuiit! be burnislusl! terfereueeorIrettble flllill t-rreeu! ; !I
    it is simple con.trueti' and! tI'price -
    ,1. ( Ir he might; jiliu'e a por- up and 11".1! as a paH-r: knife.! I tookit ,
    i is so low as t"r.?, f:
    : i'i"M'in the hands of thi"f < out "l.t'Ill".llh.| > handle a little to s"-ewlvit '11 '. r t-'lii: ='W1 s
    reach of all. Call and e\avnr :' "'M'!' w t F :'S \ G N EW
    I'.irT. KICI). in which mvsi < it was made) ol and then \laid it and leave: order for '.. ( !. .4 >
    ' add bi'esa'niiii'd the your hti.\ irlit ;, ';:>l tlJ't.! :: :.
    , ,I by nu my desk to attend to a customer. from oin to one hllndr,'!!. !

    -and. "When I picked it up aain.. I wa;; as- ,

    ..-" i.--lit"lii'.:iv-. ."i'iti"idiHl ti'llll.Il'il to tied the____ blade drlpplll! with__ .... M t: ..:..... .EVERY DAY \.
    T" nll.II'.1 noi / .
    )P l to tin1 war - It stt.-ns a childish tl.ia! >: to tell CASTORIAFJr ,
    i I.t s..n'r.i ipiMionvas lJ---.A..T--
    J'r"rM'rl' lI'h.\lIl'1' i to but the incident was s-o :jrewvine and I

    I \,:ii.tlicrvhi'in, ,; n.l :Jfnco! apparently' iuetpKrable; that it set metremblim Infants and Children

    I'l I l'3 1t.SIu..III' II sp.n-il : like a leaf. Inl moment HALL &KLEIN'SVIafflmoth
    The Kind You Have Always Bought
    a::' iit tint had : tl a however my commen sense came to

    ,in-'il I )by .f-tiiiil ;:'\i i 1 of tin the rescue, and what proved to be the .A

    -' ;rnt'i.- 'M nil "fmciit If this t,t Port" I 15-coit* was corri'i-t mill!. tl'uuall.n tl""h..l! Into my ::2 tne" / : !\' Retail

    R Grocery
    'MI ilVrt'> Ki'i.ii famlsi ,
    x i sl.>nIil h.i\: Ix'rti turinil "It wa* a trick dasher; for u"e eitheron

    -. n-ucr ((f the isl.-ui.l ti> Iniiitu the! stage:: or in some secret society -- :

    \ (, lIwcr'I11I1I '!.' uf mummery and the hilt contained a Add to the beauty of your Acme Beer. 502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST.,

    Ail; : I.. !'..ill. hidden reservoir for artificial Idood. home by buying a fewof Telephone aOO. ,IfQPatrans f "

    In !sort, : tlag the! side I had pressed; a .
    \ i'dvle those! whet hava those handsome neatly
    s; "- ti) ,
    rpriugvhich opened a little valve, and THE KE.ST BEER SOLD
    :alt hl.lIlIH tnnlh1PS. i fa IN :New mitt Old are Cordially Invited to Visit and Inspect
    the still fluid after all medpictures Marston ;
    out same
    sore tock.iU.VM .
    i1P.aril meJicine like PENHACOLA.Dannhcisser their Immet! :> ,
    I KIII\K\: CriK. It always these years. I afterward found that jFinch's.. .

    '- n.t'! KIHMY.S.V.: A. n'1 .\!- the top unscrewed for replenishing! the
    Bros. ( : ) KXtfUMO.XTo :
    .... supply.-New Orleans Ticies-I emorrut. Medical Nicirtj. Attention. ,
    R GUtAR D E.'r'
    There will be a regular: tneetine! of AGENTS. atloa,' r r
    "' III' i\THIMJ.: :
    Pensicrl.i J
    the ed it'alCI..tV ai
    An Knsl--li! actor who died on the

    H conventuce of thosp who road was !shipped' In his coffin to Lon o'clock tie Board cf Health June office 12 ut and r Also' Sold by M, Perry ail IB, Yates r
    p. m. Tueslay.
    ' .tk.-a trip to the Gulf P.each don recently l\v his manager as "theat L(j. -KOI- :
    deal properties." ThIs cost $-I. whereas v
    : t Privateer, in
    company Visiting physicians are cordiallyIt
    , vacht Dreamland City, will if lie had! pone as a corpse the cost T1t d to attend.D. The Jug TradeIs 25 GentsAT
    Selma June '
    Saturday night, 1C
    would have been $!:*>, W. McMiLLAX. M. D., ,
    it'ix wharf every Sunday PresidentE. Our Specialty.=$ leaving; Union depot at 10:3": oni I
    Science has found that rheumatism regular train. Fare for --- .
    a. m. Iud 3 1:1. ; fare forcruti. pa-sentrer I
    F. URl'CE1.: D. A
    ( i is caused uric acid round Pen. Selma.j
    '' by in the trip: ;acola to :
    : > You can Secretary. 25mt Prompt Delivery and Satisfaction
    stay blood. This poison should be excreted $:!.5lj; from Cantonment same ash I Nick Apostle's Restaurant-
    -:urn at time.CHAS" Guaranteed is
    any by th kidnl'YF. Norheuma- Pensacola ; from Milton.\ :'JOcf-.mtex-
    :: 1tA KTO\, tI-m with healthy kidneys. FOI.KY'S Give your orders to the tra. Purchase!' ticket* 1\: ticket office. ,

    Master. KinxKY CrRK
    C .'\. S TOn X.A. well. W. A. D'Aleinberte. anything in the grocery on any regularpaiien:!er train. I of f'a7 or Night.
    .., 401 South Palafox St. For further information to ,
    tte dafIfdTaHalelwalsF''tl''!! ladies' skirts' and waists line Prompt delivery. H.Muller's Fish and '
    :!, : Cleaning Phone No. 116. P. O. i ROKT. KIXG or 1'. liuiiiAS.Pen Oysters in All Styles.
    i j- one of our !specialties.' Star Laun, 4U" South Pala- Box 2bl. ...cola.

    dry. fox street. Phone 213. Railroad Excharge, Phone 283. MARTIN PATTERSON. Mi.ton. I I Nick Apostle.THE j

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    MEMOltlAL IJAY -

    Gra ve.of Union...IAI .IN I>.rtnr.ied *i SffCI4LlOTIOES,

    the National Cemetery. KEEP: : COOL !

    Memorial Day exerciser, were con- Oft Ctfl1 WQfD.

    ducted at the national cemetery
    - -
    3 near Fort Barrancas yesterday un- LO 'l'.

    der the auspices of W. T. Sherman ---
    -\ piece of music. )f"nd..111obIDa!
    post O. A. R. The program as previously 1OST VaNei Bnllant'. 3 vlnllni el
    - announced was carried out plantn. par K. Kzbia. public; lot betweenpublic
    school No. and the Roi-aco res'dencr -
    with some additions.! Suitable r.warrt If returned at once
    Excellent addresae were made by 10 residence._ or Sews OrnC!!. *>m.itMONKV Last Year as an inducement for the more general use of Ice Tickets in 5, 10 or 25c denominations
    ' --
    George Wentwortb, Maj..r Ualef

    Rev. J. M. Dannelly Alex Crawford 2'() LEPflJ.._ we gave with each $1.00 worth, for STRICTLY CASH, a numbered coupon entitling
    and John Eairau -- --- ----
    The musical prntrram included MONKYTO Apply lo A.A. Flatter, F fiber every Purchaser of Tickets a chance to secure Free of Cost a Refrigerator (which
    songs; by Ma-ter John E.t: :rant, Miss Building. Palafnt i-treet. jittf was won by
    Elite Wentworth and 31isi Clara
    T OANH AT LOWEST RATER OK IN- Capt. A. Ferguson )
    For drivlnll out dull bilious feeling 8KCUKITIKS HY TALL1SO OJi WIL-
    stiengtLeninff the and

    a for increasing golden work remedy.PRICKLY the capacity fold ASH appetite of by BITTERS the Hannah body is STREET cureabMractiof J| K invest YOU money.WAST till Insure TO. buy BORRO your nr property sell MOSEY read:, pro-estate Jlis Year we will do Still Ber by (jiuii Jtyree prizes

    'I Broi.i rent property of any description, have
    rents collected or your taxes attended to.

    i KAIILY MOKMNG UAID. rill Real on Kttata or addrl"and Insurance,'Tb.I'. C.agents Watson Penss-A Co. I I (on same general conditions as last year. )

    cola. "'11\. Thane* moderate. To everyone
    Bawdy Hnute Pullediili Fouileen who buv4 a lot from m ..e will lend money
    with which to Milld a hous.. mtfKOOMsTO
    Inmates Thin Morning I 1 1st. A 2-gallon Porcelain Water Cooler.
    At 2:30 o'clock this morning Captain FUn 1C1 : T.

    Daw, of the night police force RENTo-i Wet Inl..n'I-llt'la

    with a number of om'cers. raided a ppl, to P Valnnev Jrtnr.'wF I 2d. Free Supply of Ice during month of August, not to exceed

    'nit KF:\ '-lh" Arr!' bout. *t lepot.
    hAuse situated East Zar-
    bawdy on
    12 rooin well 'uit.l for I.aniing hit--.
    ragosa street between J>fler.on and Apply at Ice Factor*. W. w.25intf uar:1..ld. Fifty Pounds Daily.

    Command aucia: street-, and arrested -- : '.

    fourteen the house inmatela were-*. ,seamen fishermen N Ir'6LY North Ninth'I'RXI"'ln:1J Atenu. K'MIMH-\t*.'m'lr ; I 3d. A First-Class Refrigerator of 50 Pounds Capacity.

    and women, both white and
    : :. l'-Jew. nt" room rnttatq. me
    colored. Six of the womt-ii were t 11"10I' from car IIM-. ficinz Meiata
    fined $:'> in the police court this square. New i'itv. \pnlv to Lauren!
    morning and the rest were fined $10 llo\\... opura h ist. huif<1'n2. lull, Corresponding numbers drawing either of above will be deposited at Citizens National Bank

    each. I..vJlt 1t1o T-Thr... fun.i.h.d rooms MI t-
    Following i is a list of tho-e pulled : ahlrt for light housekeeping!: We.t
    Ed. Hudson. Uobt. (J..ovanna, John H..I""nl street. ni''lf

    Hampton Mary E. 11'il-on. Jennie FUn N.-1.1 :. THE ABOVE OFFER is OPEX TO EVERY CONSUMER OF ICE.

    Stanley, Robt. O. Marlow. Rose .--.-- .._-...-----..---
    Johnson Christina Humphreys. De- \\T i SIT. GR \"!.\'" HTM? Read
    tells Anderson E. T. Lin<>n-trorn, 11 book aild'.rloc.nrIlvrr
    P"''''''''. P o. box 1:11. New finjrua. Ha.Slait.f .
    , Sallie Thumasam Dan tier. Henry : Commence Buying Tickets at once. The more coupons you get the greater your change
    Johnson bud Mary Bradlp! ,'. The

    last two liou.-e.named wells arieted in another I 11"00 So\I.E-T..n'hing Kood Gael etc.inilcli.." corn a-r:*>.unt hou ofIravIn e of securing one or more of the above prizes. The only limitation being, Tickets must he

    : city. .ApplitoMr' <. Mi Kroinlierz.
    --- Inn \Vest Inleinleiicli SL..!. Um rli/ince PAID FOR WHEN DELIVERED.
    fir ."
    dairy turn uruL"t't
    ----- ----
    -- --- -
    ALEV rlt.-.IL.lllf..n.ltol. e for

    Your A powder fert feel to swollen I* shaken, nrrvouand into the hot shoe acid '.-..... dullarixtrtn ...,11.limit TliosMcMHlHti. Mail Orders to P. 0. Box 136 or Telephone to Nos. 69, 259 or 232 or send by the Ice Man.

    ,{ t tired easily, lfuu be Mimrlini! Irrl "Jd. CALF-it-Rt..rr... .
    noe on Et
    or tight nhoes, try Allen' hixii-Ka-i'. ll I It (-1ien .
    trert.Apply to K. 10: L.
    3 Cools the feet and make* MulLiug easyure .
    '. ."01".0. n.rHUMtf feet nurowlnenaiU. lI"nl..lI.11"1 4atfI

    't- .aid blister bunmn and of callous ail "and..t.. elves Itrlittescorns )..I I I''K.nALh-Ibe mutt 01..11"10' ion. III
    pain rc-t .
    I .
    cry on ea"v terms, hv lhehi her PENSACOLA ICE DELIVERY CO.
    and c..mron. Try it l-i ilayold by nil It.alF'teiAerney 1..Ilal.W16on.Man.
    druesi>t' and .sliotrtoiia for 33P. 'trial {.r.'r'ltinuthPalafoxtre! ..t. t'glni11'AN'i'1T l
    pe'Aagr Io ttJo: : Adllll"II..u I.u>tl'd.
    !.dto)'. N. Y.

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    ----- --
    C. I' ATMOItK 1)Hlt'1TE1'I1Iti'iVletI:... "!>.tIt'. .r \1 r.. R. (.' li'l.q-i'l Im1
    M He Was One of Florida' Hetit I'liends.
    \ .V\rM>-l.' l>di.' a "+11.., .....-!lr.r,
    C. 1'. Atmore, general paenger 1 -a'. -\" .. ,'a." I'A..1 1Erl ".
    iivedtHis| and ln...-st c-i. |irii'" dl!1"0<
    agent ol" the Loui-ville and :" w li re mfecmi l.. v-n unitS
    a-h'j .
    I vine road! who died! ---- --
    in ..
    I 1'1'1' V as i!. sin- .II.'IHI: inVIIIIIK a
    t ofiice at Loui-vile Tllf,:,lay ufttr- 1"ly. Ad.llr-_ ntji ," tr' '> \ i\'
    :Nan. G
    : ia-tf
    ' n'.lOII. mention of which was maJej i

    in the-e columns jy, was one : \\fANTED-All kinds of empty quart
    f of Florida's best friend-. I >novelWANTED0l2 V whisky bottles. tI. A. En!EDYAIe. To cure or money refunded by your merchant, so why not try it ? Price 50c.AURlt .
    Charles Paw-on Atmore was born
    beer ojtiitti ki iianntieu- --- -
    February 'JS, IM: on theisland of
    Ouern-ey the .uth of EIIlJlld".IIIJ JyftfIII
    - --- --
    entered the pa"encererice. in i -\VJI> IN< 4.1 r r-.---- iARITIM
    March ls."jij. From that time until ---- ------- ,
    -* \ilKK\ti: li". .t lufiitt j ..fH'itlltit.g:
    May, 1s7. he
    Was pas-e-uer ageutof;: I .. BARGIIN SflLEF
    the from K| i i nil ut -10\ s.tIrL !
    Lout-villeNewAlt'any''l Chicago rtr-.t ati'1--1-! '!! j -n11i a1I AT Qi'ArtA\TiNP.
    Railway. Froi.i May: )lijT.: until It .blp (;ullIlI K, I-N7, Kollo\e. Marseilles
    IMJ2" ;: heocctipied varinupoitions IIA K ( .oo.l.,>. I0 Rn... '
    in the I -' --- furl *? ..& Kormego :*>. Tnadale.
    pas.eugerdepattment of the !O.o\n..n HFIJ:\ E-M i"' ;factur.r & CoAKKIKI
    Je Her so n, Madison & Iudianapuh.I, MRS., rl...I..r in Hair tt..>.U. Han loilet Para to baars.

    Railroad being: rrumot..d then to street.MMS Ariii-ie. *. Hair 011. !'tt...:<.1V.. uovernmeot >. I

    the positron of iretieral ouihern pas n"rbk Rialto.1111, Muller, lliiinburg to I A.T uL '
    + "engeragentof) the same road. which J IUCA'1'1ONtL. order ".
    position he held until b71. when heaecd -----------.----..---- -. .- j
    KL1SE: TH 1 PLKV Primary Ot'boo .AILY-P. '
    a po-ition general pasfenger Kindergarten ts now "n to'itilifth 1
    airent of the ir..ud| JacK-on term In the renlilenre at the cur Br 6Lin;neld. IMulliFs Orangemouthn.KAKFD. L
    Route ni-r of 1'xlHtm and .Ia""n: .. '
    winch he held until April. treet eniraoieou E. BRAWNER'S.
    Jack."n. Terms ..' "
    I r'' II" then became general ,- \>n moalbU
    Br Linglield. I4M. Hnars Iiuno -
    engf'r airent and ticket agent of P"'I lvaio f..r trRn ..", outb. "iih ::111.11.1\ a .
    Louisville & Na-h\ille (ALF. AND FEMALE "PCHi'C'L. ... fi d-HK, liH4.JS U ace timbrr.. valued at I
    .1 ,
    which errnrrt'bx-eaudt'rvalioe ctr -rn.preparre F:7'+'eAm
    po-ition he held up to the for cnll.g.or hu-ni---.t J. H. ,-...In.! tch BelleVoo ter. 4V;. Somerxille.hi .
    j time of his death. dell. principil.> Ninbt term bt-insiot w.IUIWKRS M KiiliiDMin for l'l..nfu..go.1111 I KIT t ft lumber valued lit U.I'II JO Dozen Lilies' Hleeveler-s Vest 2.1 Dozen ren'''! Trench Neck Hal- SO-iuch: Solid and Whit- I 1)1.' ,

    In its advanced and chronic form ( 'l'T 'L\\'J Hoo Kr ? Kldrrblle. ISOI, '" ur1Iu..SI. bY Gulf.... Li-le Thread our price 23c; each or brig an r mler.hirtiat2; cent' each ; our price . . .
    -- Transit ('0 for \enire. w itb ;$.;9I tons pb Drawers match .
    ?: .j dozen. to
    .1 cold in the head N known > I Yard-Wide roes island
    a- Nasal H'r and Moral I' >Iens- 'k. l"ii> I'Rlen cotton:t-1 rd balsaeuttuu
    Catarrh and is the recoirnlzedource! (' I"P"C'II'itrr."1 fur customers.Mi plate ro. \"lut'.11I1 eq M>.*l" 12: Dozen MetI's Fancy Silk Front ,'{i) Dozen Men'M Fancy or Colored at. . . . .. .

    tlf other (liM.a-e.. Hat in< stood the i.s Violttte a',. Moreuo, 3St \\ e.t iirrgory.pbune : I5o-om Shirt, our price :dic' each : Satin Front nder-hirts at 25 i cents 1 Yar.d-Widp Fitchville Pl.. ,

    test of continued siicce.-ful u-e :xl imI'lsr AT UVARANTINE.rrbk all !1izPl. I each ; Drawers to match. Ad, made by Lonsdai. <

    }:I)"'" Cream Balm recocni/ed as apecifle ..!.-. 1'or 1'11 iit'r'I.. ord..r Ker Joseph,5>.ltoll..r. 8t Ka/are, 20 Dozen Fancy and White Silk i ,'Dozen Men's French f''kB.II-i! \\'hlleitla i... .. . .

    for membianal di-eases in .... - urnlshed tl)11 p, "BU Oolardo !*'. Purodi Vera Cruz, Pleated Bosom Shirts, our price fl.m 1 ; bripK:: n or Fancy I'ndershirt, nicel'ecesLatest! Calico atlCa .
    the nasal passives, and you should L'I.O\\'tH-4" FOR IoT"Io:1t.\I.: to orll..r all .i:es. quality, at 45 cents each ; Drawers tol;i .
    report to this fn pnn.pilvInhoi.1u.lurswcald"-la' 5 It bk P1-f ra."' *. Marzaiella.Murseilles.toRosasco : Pahlbun' ('1111'10.
    treatment your own :Misitolftte Moreno .1-.i We carry the larsret line of Men'sand match.
    vegl Or-aory Bros i i Warranted .. .. . .
    case. It is not dryinir, clo..i not produce phone W). : :"JIIIl It blcoaeunoCasibona.'>, tUarl Genoa Boy'Color..dl'ihirtsintheC t). lr Dozen Men' Heavy Weight : :
    sneui n Price .Vj cents at to order at the Lowest Prices Balbrl.' t'ndershirts,; at Gucent-, ; J'n-t received a full line ..f -
    j 'Irutgi-tsor by mail. Ely Hrott! ers. IMII VTIJe: iOOl.. fir itch Prlnre Kredenck. ,I, Scott, Cayman 36-inch Spring Percales, our Drawers to match. ', and Shirt Wai-M ; our Vncen .1

    j :;.; Warren street. New Vork. Dive! -- ------.1 I ss Brae I' ordernr :1VLRindarhClenfuegosto price. .. . .. . .. .. the Ills Dozen Lad ips' Sleevelet Vesfs' lowest
    up prejudice and try it. M1S- 'KI.LIK WKNTWoRTH: will open r.aart l>ua....ody A Co 33-inch Very Sheer White Lawn at old price 6 for 25' cput". or 45c I Para-oisand Umbrella at
    \ng N0.2.HII\.1- octin anleii| HI public si-ii.Mi; ] --- -- ----- our price .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. H'-jC dozen; embroidered nerk. 'IU.ltUalld.12:..
    Havana Rasagos cizars be h mreet. Mondnj Want Column It
    ad ;
    can NEWS
    IlIIlId-1 THE '
    t at Nick 4 All tirade* taught; ternnj.1 a Try 27-inch Check Nain-ook, our Ii;) Dozen Ladi..s'li; -i'P., and i Ladies Ifn
    only Apostle's. I ladvante. 1II1 will pay you.itliLlit.tIll price ... .. .. . . .. .. .. oc Child rPlloj' MeeveleVeU, with latent shades at $1 I:;;and $J..Irl i
    30-inch White and ( olored Tare Neck. :3 for :25c or !)l.1c doz"n.25Dozen | All the latest styles in Ludle-

    -- Pique, our price. . . . lOc LadieSleeveless \'ftt-.JChild"t'n'pI4trMw, Hats and "'I i<
    30-inchlVhiteCorded Pniue.our with ilk Tape Neck. 2 for 2lc; or ;, also oO rolls New Spring ;M-

    price . . . . . .. 15c $1.35 dozen. at ii'n.rand20c.peryard:
    loljusou k SOlt.o .

    the Place 105 S. Palafox Street
    ____ -::::::::::- __ __ __ __o Remember -5;J

    ,' Do You Want a Buggy ? YOURS FOR BARGAINS FROM NOW DN,



    i:;) A.T'A.. VERY LOW PRICE ? ::


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    \ )TICF:. The ."H'lwliie III'a doatIs limn,.h I5r". ,in i. nWeen' -

    Cmiih ('hr.-. InirteUy r '
    l1 There will he a special envied bv all poor dy-peptic- and Witrh IIn/-! -..illjruirtntef. : "
    and Liver
    who-e Moinac-h are out "f
    0II Meeting <'f Ml. ll"Feu U. order All urh hould know that : all thre of the-< i,
    A. Chapter on Thur-d.iv lions and will cl>eeifull\- f
    New Life Pillthe
    Ir Kin wondenul
    evening f..I-t ; at 7o'clock. :-P) Liver money to anyone whowithout i," -
    ray btomach Remedy,
    H. + i .1 ... being heneut' I'
    S I splendid apr..Ule.'UllrJ
    / give
    \V. 1.1: N UE1trtN. cents .acli.
    ge-troll, and a r'-'iil.u' bodily habit
    Secretaryi I
    r j that ureptrfeit health and gienergy. eat
    I i.. im: }I iN
    1 Only X; centat any Druii
    1 '
    i i- the >o II.on when the '"lIIall'bo !
    :htore. Ch.lH.. Kll' is i the n, .
    with fruit, _
    ) fills rum-ell preen I Pensacola. He/ .1 .. -
    wlii'-h invnmb'y' l leads tot crainp, i L ar eeon-i;tilnentnf ele/Jtit c if'- and de'ervrsyour .
    diarrhu-a or dysentery. If .i.jrt-ut- .i Tucker. I. tt.-t art d-i::ti-, tit O :M. .upp"rt..FORT
    are pruJeiit. they will have a bi>t- Pryor'a B.Hain; Furniture Hou-':.

    tie of PAIX KILLVK readvfor "umnier : -- I I RARRANCA ",

    einerirencies; .. Aoidnbtl- HtS.\iO: CIC\1 ...
    realed J.rnl.d.licate -
    IF YOU WANT A STYLIMI: STICK :MlAl1 DH1V1M WAGON, WITH Oil WITHOUT RUBBER tute. there i.> but one I'din'IIIr.1l'erQ' The K'-nuin*' Havana Re-",oci h will te receiveil i I. r

    TIKES, OR ANl' s>ORT.OF A TOP OR OPP1IN BUGGY DaviPrice j :l:.i_:_and- :ilc.) I I ;. ar*. made in Tampa, ar-' -old in noon June 11th. I'.M: ). .Ji,
    : Peu-ac"la only by Nick Ap',itl.-. opened for con-trurti-i'i

    The best refrigerator for \ Plck II". Fla., of Colilpleti. > '
    ; We Have It IN- '.' IJave you seen those cle- : ewer y-tems. I'. *. r.--" .
    at Marston .
    the least
    money \ ri;ht to accept or r"jrt :ai. -.
    : Rattan Rockers at .
    ===..-=-::::::::= -==:=<> 5' gant proposal* or any girt t'iM-!

    Finch's.--1 jajfalstQTlFinch's,r .) i formation furni-bed on "ip; .

    iillialil : :. n your ice ;i Envelopes: should! murk i jI
    laljuspu; & Ion. cream at home. The be"t, quick If you with anything in the wayof po-aU for construction at F". :

    \ freezers at the Willis h-1f fdW1lrej I lnteh.fonu-htnir r good, lu w I ensrula.," addressttl, T. > /I"

    ..- ., Co*. .-. ., I.the Willis Hardware Co's. lit Li s'1., <{.. t(. 2\0':


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