The daily news

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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 5, 1902
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular


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

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Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
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Pensacola evening news


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ilk and Nashville and Monon Democrats Hold the the Situation I
'lol"\ To have a big pistol thrust in his Special to Th. N"Wj. Key.. to -

face and his money demanded of Manila, May ;3.Details j of the

Lines Linked Together. I him was the experience of StefanoA capture of Moro Fort at Hayam, on in Congress. ..

II I Caracas a Greek fruit merchant, the Island: (.Mindanao,narrates one I -__

whose place: of business is at the of the most brilliant engagements I ;
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-- -------- K'htor Newt.Washington .
corner of Wright: tieet, and Tenth yet reported the war of the Arch II I Iiaily

'> -1.s: lv I..ncal( STOCK BROKERS i Avenue. The amount taken from ipelago. May !>.-Nut ii. Many I I DISTRIBUTION OF I

: runwayu i h- Caranas was: $ i.Io.:! Four hurdred and seventy men of years have the rf-publicau* beeno'

Caranas cannot speak hood English I' the Twer ty-.eventh Infantry, under I UNCLE SAM'S CASH i
.. 1 tie llW CLOSE THEIR DOORS' frightened or in such dire straits! a-

but he told a this morningin command of Lieut.-Col. Frank Baldwin --
=tory ; !
1. >m.' lit !and :Ns-l.- __ i i ; they are at this sea=ion of cougre;>. k
the following strain: laid siege to the fort mountedthe Special to The News.Washiugton. r '
.. As matters now stand, the Cuban
<'ir.d coiitr-il l i>(
AS A RESULT OF THE WEBB- Yesterday afternoon about 6:30: walls\ ?n scaling ladders and aftera ; May ;j.Nearly ?33x ,- .

iiiO: will link vicious hand to hand fight with Reciprocity bill i is dead: the Nicaraguan -
11"1 MEYER FINANCIAL CRASH. o'clock a black negro wearing; black ; ) ,OH) was distributed this morning : I '

-::!. into a ;.rr&at;: I II I clothes, a black shirt with white I the savage Moro warriors; forced canal bill is dying; and the by the secretary of the treasury '

r..l.way"' syteui.m I -- culls, came to Caranas' place of business their capitulation. Only 84 of the Philippines government is very ill. among the national banks; of the I J .'

KpciMftl coTheN'on 30i} native warriors survived the )
'. has a line run- and, sitting upon the step, This is a conservative diagnosis; of country :
New York. May0 elbach & fight. The bodies of the dead
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I f ;
went to He told
i sleep. was; to moveI '
Sixty-two banks in different sections ,
.>m Chica?* and I i I the three desperate in the
i Moore, tockbrokers. and Henry I wounded and dying completely I Iou, but appeared to be so sleepy that savages of the country, from Maine to "i
I 1 United States
Henate and these
Its Michigan t* | HMS., both stock exchange houses, he could not understand what was filled the ditch outside the California, are recognized as depositors

i ,:Data and Louis- 1 announced their suspension at the said to him. wall of the fortress. bills must be passed before the republican -
: I ; by the government. I,
.yll1. and Na.h- !( Opening of the exchange; today. I At 10 30 o'clock Caranas prepared Raja Muda, Sultan Bayam, Sultan I party can go before the

>' t'locinuati and I Both firms were involved in the i 1 to close his store and took all the Pendipatan and all the leading ditto I country in the :general elections next

: crash of the 1Yehb-Meyer -securities. -- are among the slain. i AFTER THE
ewer the central 1 cash from the drawer counted same !i fall with any hope of ucce s. ji ,
: Shortly before noon Hurt fc Co. Among the American losses are I
and it in his He closed
Ii put pocket. The situation has alarm to
11 tth extreme south- announced their rensioa.; Theyi Lieutenant Bowers with seven enlisted -'I brought '
I all the doors except the one in which BEEF TRUST I'4paeiai I'n nI
President Roosevelt and from him a
New Ortuu;; anti :
j i!i, were alo caught: in the crash.Dr. the negro sat. men; Captain James Moore, j

i From LouUvilh the ,, Webb arrived this morning toj I He then approached the sleeping Lieutenant: Albert Jo .man, all of .1 warning and an unmistakable hint ---- I r

I Nashville: ;PUdsout :,
e... t --rt spur, reaching I: ,fiken up and. uale. arrangements; ;(Iha'e would close the door. The negro :Surgeon Porter. The list of the 1 I i the senate to get together and do I Lit).. .: Iay 3.-tt. E. #:

I been made to meet all 'i and made etfort wounded contains 37 enlisted men. for the and for the I See marshal of the state suprem I II\j t
... 11 .t point in Kentucky' commit-'I got up slowly an a? -- \ ;something party court, bas ;j'ist served papers on two rl\

... Ooe branch runs menu, there will be more if to scratch himself. Suddenly he I administration.The parking hous employes and four meat : '1'1
> trouble for these concerned in the aid to the Oreek: "I wants; dat !\ dealers of this city, commanding them i i I EI!

"- l/1\.' way of E\lo.viIle.: : { 11'ebb-Meyer syndicate.It ; LITTLE HOPE i majority of the republicans in I to appear in the supreme court In Jefferson -. ,
Ill kill
II I money; give it to me or
hreet Louisville and is reported that Dr. Webb has i the senate are in as bad a way as the City Mar I 6 to answer question I
you, and as a further argument in the beef trust Inquiry Instituted by

from Louisville to arranged: to take up all his Rutland pointed a pistol which he had had WILHELMINA' Henderson-Payne-Grosvenor combination Attorney General Crow. I

.mother line from !preferred[ etock. i\ concealed at the (ireek's head.! I Ir"cla in the Hou"e. The condition The persons subponaed are charged I
1 -- with being members of the beef trust
Millions! will b-
further; necessary to uu-i Caranas said he did is due the lack cf
villa anl i ; not question'the | I to manage and with conspiring to limit the supplyof l
i i to The News.The
I I13. ravel: the tangle: which it i is ex- ,
1 .\{ Th"-.. va- i negro's gleaning; but without ment. meats tad maintain pi Ices on the
pected.[ will bt .u-plied: by the Vanjderbilti further ado turned over to him all Ha rne. May; 5.-A message I same. Charles W. Armour and J. C. :
.t"i .t.".rtf'd, ore Loo The democrats hold: the key to the with several 1
posted on the walls of Castle at Doll were served papers'
the cash he had. Then the black
I f...*lcrs fur the *even o'clock this morning, says situation and they will rut the days ago. Marshal See will summon .
walked slowly toward the round 30 witnesses in St. Joseph, six in St.

I'he Louisville; and FIRE RAGING ONLotiDOfi hou=e and disappeared: in the darkness Her Majesty; Queen Wilhelmina, hi l republicans at great;; disadvantagein Louis and two in Spriugn..Id. 1

still alive, though; grave fears; are''' the approaching elections. ---- I
line from'
> tu own smiling all the while.
: entertained: for her recovery. The'!
I Ki ,r Junction mi! DOCKS : AS soon as he could recover himself COLONEL ST.GEORGE f
night was one of anxious alarm on ;
i ril' .-' connectionS -- Caranas had a telephone mes- ROBBERS TIE AWATCHMAN '
I the part of the royal household ; the
sent to the police station and .
>. .1I..r\1 Air Jane; Specii! to Ti! N-W'. sage
doctors remained at the bed-ide of. y
I Capt. White responded A very indefinite I I AND DEAD :
London. Mar A serious fire
u.-. '> is tl.e young queen through the night,
description of the bold rob
now r.i-in on the London docks. A and neither the prince consort or thequef.'u' f
i' ."u : t. Louisville ; I
ber could be obtained from Caranas,
.. I large; wool warehouse i* burningalso. ;) mother left the room, or !Special toTlie News.New s I!
I I.
and : Monon sysik i i and the police are handicapped in i. I
Twenty entities and four fireboats I sought rest, spending:: all the night' I York; :May :3.Colonel Etlennat. I _j'
>- a r'dfoad) system the matter.: He did say that several I I I "
are playing; en the riames with in anxious watcllfulnealternalin Special to the SewsCleveland. I George, of the First Bengal Fusl- t. I''r'
!" of ',.7i6: miles, not no etlect. negroes passed the place while the leers is dead In this city from dropsy. '!
apparent between hope aud fear. ( .
I May 5. Three
hundred mile. -- negro was "playing: 'possum, and He was wounded! before the walls of I I
w : a .
heard tlinn call him "Jim." The young sovereign expressed no masked: safe crackers !heavily: LucKnow while a member of OeneralHaclock's I

; iiitiet laud in prooeFlie *- MRS. COFFEL One policeman said this 'morningthat : hope of recovery, and but little hope I armed, dynamited the safe in the the \ famous relief force during 'I i '

l.oui.villr atdr is entertained by the physician in I] Lake Hhore freight;: depot early to- Indian mutiny and his death ittraceable i!t
he was: quite sure he :saw the to the work of a bullet rocehed ; i .

tt.."iJtlO miles ,.f road PLEADS GUILTY robber on Garden street. but at the charge. t day. It is believed they secured: a nearly half a (,pntury before .1 i1t

Premature confinement broughton ;: \ large sum of T.e! robbers He came to America 17 years ago t
,, money.
: : "petatnaa more ---- time he did not know such a robbery and h
having a private fortune lived latomfort.
the recent attack of fever \
overpowered tne watchman ( ;
.. .. bad been committed. .
'" The la.t-nsned road -p. t1 "i N returning several tlmea tt fn;'
which it seems will culminate so taking all L*, had before Kneland ; -
proceedingI for visits! of
i some duration. :
i :ease of the Chicago: iI rit>burnv, May ;o -Mrs. Kate Cof- if
I sadly.: I with the ?af*. About nlre years ago Colonel St. :,'

ludiaoa; road, over fell who figured in the sensational SEVENTEEN NEGROGAMBLERS A bulletin posted on Loo Castle 0nrtp married the widow of Fred 1,".

I escape and capture of the {Kiddle I erick n RIdridge, former president! ol "' 1
this afternoon Wilhelmina's
as advantageous foUl announces Ii lAMOSGUMMINGS'BODY the t
brothers; la-t January; : wa arraigned CAUGHT i Knukerboiker Trust company ,
I ; condition more satisfactory.: jfrt
l +l.ua4ip. I
icag t
| today and pleaded guilty.! Sentence

; on Wall street i I t i will be pronounced next Saturday. -- ARRIVES AT TEXAS WOiNSENTENCED
formed Chica- :Seventeen negro gamblers were i i ;J
W. 0. H. SHEPARD captured :Saturday night and ye.ler-I I NEW YORK TO-DAY :
':"01. operating with
i day by Officers Sanders and Ray. In AT WASHINGTON ; jifiiln
Mor Steam-
q; ut ?an. I the police court today Harry Adamswas I II 'V
I Special to the New :
ill mike New Or- I: fined |:J5 for keeping a ;gambling :
4p.ctal to Tn" Sew s. I! 1
W. O. H. Shepard: returned from I New York. May 5.-The to
of Special The News.
.> ..1.! .. Fto., the prinTU :, house, and sixteen of the visitors body a
I! Washington; yesterday. He had were fined *10 each for participating. Washington, May a.-The reportof Congressman Amos J. Cummings, Paris Tejc.'Ma: >."3.-Mrs. Mary Rob. I h I ;
of the South' 'II i I : I ;
; General Davis, in command of '
I i, gone there with Dr. Renshaw to attend who died in Baltimore last Friday erts. charged with complicity In the : :

.. male from Chicago i I!: a convention of the sons; of the i ij There were thirty-nine cases; docketed the American forces in the Island I after a long illness; arrived here today murder of her husband near Maxey a I
I II and the total fines year ago; has been found guilty!: and 5 5piven I
today aggre- of Mindanao, that his ultimatumhas
K-'Won through bills *i j I American Revolution. Dr. Renshaw t I accompanied by the committee a sentence of seven years In the i'penitrntlary. '

! way of New Or- I went on to New York, and will return -I: gated $25. sot been answered ; that his i imesseng'r : !selected by the House of Represen The deceased wag near. ,.

afternoon. \ has not returned and that!!! ly SO years old and was found deadIn
tomorrow :
i I II tatives.
n '4i, to European: ; tiM with his
HAD 500 throat cut.
committee' the outposts were fired. -
'i )Shepard said the I I John Killain. .
a hired
combine crels man was coo- "
-.ip : ou assignment and entertainment: upon has not relieved the anxietyof i Tic ted of the murder and Is nerving!
crierTult BRICKS
STOLEN the administration over the situa life sentence. :Mrs. Roberts who '
| were et{ ecially attentive to the : was

\ \ I \ 10... \ | Florida representative, and :showed tion in Mindanao.President rontlcted as an accomplice turned ; ,
I INJURED state's evidence and l la
.. \ t..Tt1iWdlMFTwartngulf i them every courtesy both at banjquet Roosevelt was opposedto I was only tried on !
I Loveless Brooks; was found Saturday charge of second degree, murder. I ;: I
: and iu the meeting hall. Preili.1 I a war with the Moro, but after ;
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I waters i* i I dent Roosevelt addressed the bodyone I|i to have had in his possession the Moros bad murdered the American .I I I ,

I i- the finest in the day.: :1500 I stolen brick. He would not say soldier in j Special to The News. No Damage to Prune Crop. I : I !) 1
f for with engaged friendly exploration -: San Jose. Cal., May 3.-Judging from
.r IIIK pleasure - New York, 5.-A ;
May disastrousfire
I" |i how he came to have them and was of the i island, it became I inquiries
: i h-atrl and lodging by Ice cream freezers that received by the fruit men I
, w.-I l.uuch"ourrollll't- freeze at the Willis I! arrested as a dangerous; and suspicious imperitive to punish them and teach I broke out at the Eureka Bedding of this section from the dealers lathe i
r i: aft h.iur", day Nr night. > I character. them a lesson. I Co.'s; on Pearl street, this morning. eastern eUtt. some eec hM oir alo
r t 11. B"RT.IS. Co.'s. :
> hardware
\ 1 j Two people were killed culated a report that tbt prunt crop
p :>! -- This morning he was turned over Stand Like a Stone Wall. I outright and i
of this county and consldwftblt of the's ii
1 Everybody of ha a right to a little to the criminal court from the city Between your children and the ( twelve injured. A heavy loss to mate bas been partially dMtfoyed by
=> that YOU LOUIE? piece this earth. But they must I
i tortures of itching and burning eczema -j| property is reported frost. There, i4Ijjla
v.ter with next Saturen fight for it. They must watch their court. no truth ,
scaldheaj other skin diseases
.. .1:10, { J.lY' I;, chance to get It, and get it. -How? why, by using Bucklen's i In the report no damage what "i : I j 1j i

Thos. C. Watson & Co.! Plant a spring garden. Arnica Salve, earth's greatest heal MEMBEIIS ESCAMBIA U1KLKSj having been done by frost. The out. t !l

; tools in endless have some particularly fine bargainsto The Willis Hardware Co. er. Quickest cure for Ulcers Fever j You are requested to appear at look is for a heavy crop r rFoley's

an( I tit rockibottom offer just now, and they invite I Sores, Salt Rheum Cats, Burns: or I Armory hall tomorrow rtnesdaYJ) .
r, vou to come and investigate same. can sellyou the tools cheap.Try Bruises. Infallible for Piles. 25c. evening in white duck trousers 'I
'I' '''e Willis Hard- You will never regret having done I' at W. A. D'Alemberte's drug store blouse, cap and white gloves; Honey and Tar I

,:; 130. THE NEWS Want Column. 121 South Palafoz street. CAPTAIN WATSON. cures colds, prevents paeumo I

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MONDAY. MAY 5, 1902II .

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{s ;:, Memorials to Bartow and McLaws II

'i ai1 I Will Be Unveiled June 3. I I

: Savannah Ga., May 3.-T' memorial

:; busts to General Francis S. Bar- [ Li11LiALt
1 tt 1 tow and General Lafayette McLaws
I have reached Savannah and will le

hi: : unveiled on June 3. the birthday of

1J ; : president Jefferson LJaus. of the Confederate -

i Statts. The confederate v<;. for Infants and Children.
tt } erans' monument committee decidedon

that as an appropriate date. The hind You'i Bought lias borne the vi;:ti.i-

,\ I II I Mrs. Davis will be incited to visit i turo IIf Clia.. H. Fletcher, ami has been made eider his

Savannah on that oxcasion and the I I personal !>u Ierrision for OUT :?O :year. .\11.." tl4l till"

veterans do not doubt that they will lo den'he you in tali:. Coiintrrft'its Imitation- and

; prevail her to accept. Captain i I .. .. .
I upon .Tn t-a " 1>. G Jurse. chairman of the tommit- I iK'alth tit' ChiWreu-Experience against i\pvriiiiciit.

tee is looking after the: arrangements.It '

has been definitely settled that I The Kind Jon Have*A1Ways Bough!

I the luc:,tiOL of the monmtLt.will be I _

t A 411i' at park.the Hull street entrance to Forsjth Bears the Signature of

Th' memorial) busts each of which

II. j! is nearly 5 feet high will stand upon I II
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I (/ \ ( granite pedestals 8 1:! feet high.: The

butts' are the work of George Julian
,, ,h f, "I { f i Zolnay.! who has executed many stat
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I II I UPS throughout the south his subjects In Use For'OverSO Years.

: = i j''i /' 1 usually being confederate soldiers." --t ......u. t.M..e n .u.... 6.ntt1' .rw"0" C'...
1.1 ) : I I
1 j Those who have seen the busts" pro I i. I

Ti II'' ( !' flounce them decided likenesses to ibr i -

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1 .l 1 r7t r ... :::::::J' :: : I I' f .t.tIl I' + I II\ 1 I All the Savannah military w !ti! heIrrltwi The Star Laundry
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--A..,.: :: '' | to participate in the exi r.-: ,

... .. I ..I that will mark the unveiling' of th. I ,
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III I 1 _'.1' 1 ( | memorials! to the south' herofsT> Biggest Busiest Best!

I the Odethorpe Light! infantry thMimmand i ,

at the heal of which Cai- _

tan! llartow marched away to Yirsin.i:

:n di,'Sance of Governor JOM.;'h I

t I Rrow'n's' ronimand. to ",!"iu.-trati! fg, mpia. We toller lfp p TO: ,

will NdJsitiit 'I! some > :-\\n ::il
: : e-h'"N'' c.e VOIl!' p :attttr..i :". .* .-: t.,;;' a b. ,.d! o'yv.: :.d So tih" Oats tiny oi honor in conni < tion: w.ih: tL.!
.N.; u.1.-. l..t! nr lYappe, .\:/' yu.a i .:o.J happ milt iing.: il'.tt From all put.t : .

S n. This; i''x the: kilted piper-printed in colors on-every package of Scotch Oats.: Scotch 4 Witty Hrpljof I'fI". ., Our delivery men w ,ii i

( I."'x :-x T'H! nr.e ct'nd that puts a.!! ifs strength straight: into the !-y<;tenl. No other food As narrated by Ldward Walfonl! ii where, at any time t..u: -

I : II tat hllnc.-bluoJ-m'r\'t-rrentrth-hctlth-a< his "fln-.iur London! I'lvticnck: 'i '
el '" r :., h : ; Write or telephone ui >! i H I Idea
: prince: ufVale!'. ,soineiimeslit\ Al]

fx.indcr l'oi: at his ilia.! On> uric occa. "or to ,serveyciu; t. ::, :
; SCOTCH ,! stun when the prime was on a tint!
: 1 r 'lM>, after I'liire>,ni;': the ino'-t dutiful j other Laundry can.? .
Sold, by all Grocers '
i rofesioiis of nttachiuent pave hi>

ill 1.(1' N ,r fir! f cure on the package again. You're nor the one to take a substitute are you? Xol! royal highness an opportunity of oh t
r* -i *- ----- ''tI..t'in'l'Q": frhrewdiy l! that his (tin I! ALL WORK C. O. D. GOtflS Calif i fa f 2Efl d Dlmr': :

pix-t'M 1 lute for princes was inconMvt '

tL cut with his dislike for kind's; sinct ; TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST.
1 ""I.nll" I ru.IIii:: 1 n.lUm. PROFESSOR BROCKS' NEW COMET Carpenters f.'uy Go On Stril-e. I princes may in time become kings. :Said: : I

There II i. .1 ,-' > .;.1"+ .1 i ::11: tl.' --- I! : : .-\1:1.\: Apr.l{ ::H-Th"r his royal highness: :i WALKER INGRAHAM, Manager.

hIof! ere wlten the pifplf: ll-eil) tot Importart Results' Regarding Its Oi j 'is :-I'rilr.lf i ai'l'ro;'|> -'
.atlwr t.. U..' <-i 1. in h ..f M. MuUay! at bit Have Been Arrived At. lay, when the tit mands cf the carpenters | princes." ,

ntitht. cart, I I'rlfl.n: ; prnii.'n.aa1 Utrlt'Itv., (':il.. May :U.I'rotessor tor an inuiai-e in \aies goes! "Sir, I bes your pnnlon." |

'i'h fantlly! furiii-nnc; a pck nf < Lpu/Im'.r. of the University of Cal! 'in effort the 'Ontr3r will not romp "Well, then you duii't like hin:::!!." | i1 W. B. WEIGHT>> GOfflPflfiYMANUFACTUKEKSAND ( :}

ituitt: mlii< li \\4.. towed! Into n'f. Itie ifiirma.: announces: that his class in 1 1theorrtkal !> and tat l.ofn Dwn will dPthne tola.I' "Sir, I must own that I like the lion L'

tut w.< olmsfii for the puipt'Mwaded I a"tr.'r.I'ru' has arrived at up their tools.! The situation is best beforehis claws are grown."

tr.lo the itt up to his mitldle! and .our.4 important results! regarding th<> orbit I ai'.mittPd! to he surari: >d. Thp farpenters No' reply could: well hare been hap \, J DEALEKS: :SLUMBER
...i nut a cup of 8'*-. enliiitLon! : a sea ro'l !I ---
of the comet recently discovered by demand 3S: cents per hour for an pier. .
erased Sln.ny lo fa\vr the I j-eople | I'rufrssur Urooks. 'eitht! hour day as against! :w cents per I! :\ : LATHS,

tlarttu.h the jar The peopV. Owing to the scanty observational hour trr a nine-hour (day and with A REVELATION. I

aftrr wr'no; tUr rrreinu'u prrfoniuiL material on1.11 h the corropon'ling increasis for tl.e plasterers If you will make inquiry it will L A SAfEDCIPEESSSBINGLES-EliE-EritJS! !
rrtlirnifl:! lo tlie court It aid thin wnt 1r.\'I'stigations'l be a revelation to how :
were triad the exact : : bricklayers Ruth sidrarp you many !
tf Ihe n, i ls! t" "|H-id tli rest of tLui I jet le determined, but the comet I:, I retutct. hut there is e\idently no I -uccumb to kidney or \bladde'rtrouble -.--.- """ PEN' -\OI.A. FLA
IIIbt rrt.'r..-l.oiidt.n Staiid.ird. -* in one form or another.
probably the shortest period tomet acreemer.t yet. HiiMn?'s operations in
I If the !patient inot beyond! medi- i
r II..,...* \\llh lrn.r. I iirlll. ever discovered!. the period being less r.irincham! : are wry peaty at this''jcalaid. Foley's Kidney Cure: will

( A l-x.U Ute Itlt\",'IiIt which are tin- than a year, and it !is probably identifal time and much anxiety attaches to IcureI I It never disappoints. \\'. A. al ROYAL STANDARD \\\rllISI\E\\ \ \

rat |..i..>.en_ flu v.ilue of un intrinsic with the second omtt of the year the denoiumect I D'-\I lI1bt'rtt', 121 :,. Palafox streetNOT1CK .

ehar..t.r l4-\ini of 4
Quarts at S3.20
Stride\ at Jonnston City Tenn. per
and then lust under similar sir ,
pally Iron ft* that mutter, if it is torauatu '
----. --'-- K" >\\ "" T nn., April' 3).-.\ !
uncut. U is is xalueless IHtt ; I have been authorized to take
k 11'"- r... 1'here ire hank col- Statute Unconstitutional. I vial to The tntne! ] from Johnston -ab.-criptions\ for Win. Jeiinin:5 TIHIS \VHlSKKYi--di-tilledattlu., !' :V | -. <

IfocttOr'll L.Hel.'r.} 1\ hI' I>iicv n ptetllluiuIL Lisbon 0., May 3.-Judg* Hale, City. Ter.n. says a umber of white ;, ]Hryan's paper. "The Commoner' .. Ii-tillery.: and i.> fully ijiatui > J I i- It'

S ttnn ? "i'i II inn-tit ituves and soMMUiend of the common pleas court, has de i I brK'kma'-or.s at work on the Federal i'The price iLill; per year in ad. before buttling.; It m ub-olutely>- seal i *
( them :ii their adertioenienlsund clared unconstitutional: the statute i Soldieis' home at that place have qu-.t'1!!', vance. Thu-e desiring the paper > celled ii quality \by any \Vhi-kVy of thean,. ..' .
work DPI aus-e the contractor 'can have: it sent to them by -endinz; no matter where produced. The I toy il I /'OI&I..JlIrI
ciri'ii-sri 'I 1 !htrr are IHTSOMS who that makes the discharge of a union put n-
#l.ul to the undersiirned.H.M.RIMHE. eight years old whentll..d., and coii-nlt n .
Wedr..,. it "lid ilr. m their \HbrarU' man a misdemeanor D. S. Itookman'manager '! gro niaM LN on the work. X,i truiible/ Its excellent qiulltv. i ithe eheape-t, w'i-k-!' ,
pith' uiiiut t ruI. of counw they are of the \\Vllsvillo mill wa? !s n jKirt. d.
; 'are IKiilv News. the market at that price. As a lievi-rir't' ail >ian
hut for DM- and art not II"aud arei.ejit Indn ted five months ago for discharg lli-.rerrt. IIlh"n."You ab-t/lltely/ (.urt'timulant., there! i- nom, bi MShipped f

t.larir.a .. for Ktf|>ing.h ice a union man who refused to surrender I cf III ca-e containini; no mark- w' at..v. r :.
his rard. Bookman was I i are too careless in the use indicate" contents. If ptircha-er. up..ii' exui, n ;M, ..
I I.l..rnnl I'niilnlne.f prose icase I words, John. It Is just as easy to be Tile Happy Home % $ the whiskey, Inot ,sati: -tied with tl! 'I ''aln. :
Urit1t' .. a I'.iy id!">ard trI.ln\-Do rated >y the union organization. The correct as to be incorrect. Get a book p) ; can return'the -ame at our expen-e n, !
will he carried to th 05lo! supreme -
too the subject cf rhetoric and
or on will
be refunded.
., .tOf U'.kn: : : Lit o While, dear. fit ish ed home. ,1Iarsto/l .
court. rn
read a little. Ail order oiiould be acconipauud! h'
\ TLe t'UIlIar: (t,'n.lttrlYI-Why. I up
"Kea-1 up. uncle? To :you want me j- Quirnt can supply you IIGRT +EAR. OLD currency. po-toiiire! money order. batik, dt t'- *
6arth {i;. nre"n tired: of me M> sur.n? S. Klirtnn.tlii.iii I .
fund ltter tn'iney orderW. r> ice t" 10 a-t. :Npl. : .
to stand on head when I read with press
my all needed in the
11rW. a luyUcarvst, but I (
runt teen 5rar..l !Sollcrin! ::. New' York Tribune. TAHDABD Hank HI' any mru' ;a.aut in I'eiiafd't.S. .
a. eurrnth I"> bear what tt.ose two WOo of house at the .
"I have been nt'licted with -eiatic furnishings
tare 1.4Ud u,," are -ChicagotfM
1 iwa ajiug. rheumati-m: : for fourteen year" I Foley'lloi.ey and Tar id i pfculurly lowest prices cash or credit. A. FRIEDMAN
iiy< Jo-h of (JermaYtiwn.Cal : : .
adapted fur asthma bron- '
"I was able to be around butrontantlyutlered. :
'loot It ".trnna.r.Pule I chin and huar-ene-8 W. A.
I tried I
every d S' PRoI'RI11uR. PES\I I'
111'1111t.. you wit s\\'lnd'-1 thing I could hear of and! at la-t was i? D'Aleinbt-rte, ll'l :*. I'.ilafoxtreet.. $2.00WILL + II.E! : I'.1.t I
thinu I'idn't I tell\ j-"U to t ;ware toll totryChambernil I' ilm. - -

i>f ktr.iiicT' fn the cit j'? which 1 did acid wa-immediitely ; I Know One sure PAY FOR THE NISKE7f 1' O. BOX llh. II.M.I'lluM r.j

Jfdiah-Hut tl>'.* chap n-nsn't a stranfr. relieved! and in -hurt tune cnr..J.and (Crnaut.tii.atetolw J-j tamou 1'iuvBJinxM _

rue!** H 'iir>. lit- knew me right I :am luppy" to -iy: it etas notincerettin.ed. ,. Jacksonville ARIfnMAM Uff .liidh every rl! .-. < -f L. ,j'i} ,I
nun .
off-actually: rallied me by naiLe.-I'.us- ; Why nut u-e this t a bulk ir butt. w' .t-tile. ..r ret:nl : -i'iare
+ luiinient hind .-.-well.. It is for sale: "..':11I you talk on jour fett?" said
sdat 7rahwrpt.! \by aU drn 'ri-td :-aid medicine deal the y+.uug mail who was thinking ruefully .. d way down.

Ill. lul Not a II. ""< Our.Hound er,;. I of the time te tried! to make an Daily MetropolisFROM r' AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS' PABbT BEER.

Fttat .niiin-t'asey. toot new I after dinner b'.n'tx-u.
vrround wean tears "I can. was the answer accompanied -
ro-.lanoW U1l. n.wu* CYNICISMS.
it tbr.tI.I"! by the baleful smile of a r.t rs-im WICKE & CO. .
E alttlY DECEMBER !I. 1902.
tMMMut KuuiulfiranFaith, he's on- Don't pet drunk with the Idea that who i is about to make deliberate joke.

eat..,:-tlta 0 Satc Journal. people! will enjoy hearing: you say fun "1 used to lecture ouasliintloa ClrllJtJ4y.-
ny things.I' : \\ Mar. Covering the entire -cope ..i u.-. Pluffiber Gas and Steam Fitter. I

.... It lu.u.lNsut.... I. It. I .1; man succeeds In pleasing his Political ('alllp.l n" of the Ye irCARTER ,
.. I'liinrtl."What's
"Yen onstrt to b nl boy
i gi
wife like a" not he Mils! with Ltr folks
*\*.. trot ,if I wt. a ;:o..t l NIi y pttp'PwNldn I and the neighbors.; tie matttr with! : fcTandfa- "I! 'I +R5 No. 5 South Palafox s.rrewt' I

t yay hntt I.;.."t I aw.-h..Ji. tLirV"He's RUSSELL All Kind o. Plumbing and Oa FiaLg: 'J ".I| v !
a...-,'.. \. ti ,. I I It a man and wife stall spent after I illsultl.tL011 see. he's nearly eI,,"''wn'll'1: tCr.t t!
living together five years, they lave ., !Jillt'J. and le happvLed to Lear you PI1ii.lSHIG.: : .. ,.
'IltJemarrle; a success., remark that tIt'ovd die
youxg.Clueao J\'K511 I .t. 1-\
Dlngrou'glCll'd.i We bear a prent deal about the "dis- Twat. .
Hum*. rote .iwi other w"lInJ. couraj-'ements"; of life and have decided A :lVI: vtE : t til '., heal properly if neglect- I[ after taung: with the girls tbat L k 111 att1M ab. ii: .1, ay
.K! And heroine trouhle-onie *\lr..1| ; a Urcun'ng Man. LaurelsA
it means a let of unwashed distits.Atchisun ,
I.\\nt'" Witch ll. /-l 4l\e: pre-j I "Five yeara.o: a di-"i-e: the di'C-.
(;Iot.e. ain s : TO .A.RY. ,j.; ,
.. nj
"ul'l1.U..I".Q('. Even'v.N. \ tore dy-i'ep took -uch hold? "

t III b.r. d--l.iv has 31C1ftIItt'd the in5 \\ hooping c ugii.A of me that. I cculdeareely gi> IMPORTER AND J t'B ER
m sty Litt" Witch lilac SUveCHt I| writ'* Goo :S. l:1r..h. well-known: .
whi h.ihaa
woman > experience !
it t-:Irt' 'I had H ninniiu'ire I ; aaprul'.f Nocoua. Te\ I took Award t0s
with this ,
I iic.ttilh how to '
Q "' <*ti my leg tt"rIY "Itf.*," -ij-j 1 1f i vent an d uiirerou prey .*- 'lt1mtiti".r pep-in and other !I1wll.! HARD1l'j 1LRE.It
H. C H utl\. 'tllk..t"wn. Iml. from Cl.I.f-ll""IIC. cine< but nott in? helped tne. Aa .
it. -he.ty- : Our three children
'Attr u"t'It: ill tic remedies. I ti Irdp.ilttt took ; : drowning man grab ati -raw I ; IaWaNTUARPERKECKY
whoopn. couch la-t '
.. 1CIt,-:) .H4Iah: .. \*.. .\ f. w our biby b"t' t bint only three?ummer. ;grabbed at Iv>dol. I felt an im- X:1I1.Xfa.. L"n I I'
Unto iixtlcti t' e -,'r.> fines all ,, flr'IU1""> at once and after a few ,
E in<>uth-> old, ud'iu; ; to our :::ivinir '', WHISKEY 5'ip; "S LovkiuVi.dow and H"'t' : '. i j' 'I I. "J .-
t .1''.. .11- .-. -. l'l-- yn !I.t to it at'nee. i I them Cliamberlam's! t'ouzh Keme.: bottleam, sound and well. K d< \ + Gla;. OULS. P1 : ; ,, ': ,
K. A ire .f i-otititt-rfi-it; -. II trf j.. the only preparation whicn exactly '
t none their
\.' l''i*rni It'J.>'. n '!\I'N'tTI.I'I dOff I. ': .' < ind plump-:1 I I rei) roduce- the natural due'- &t a Aatc and Tinware ;
n and !
camut in letter Moiis--.riiisliiii
j J K tintKrtp !heilth than .>t-er: children who did Ice juice- and con-equently i" tic: Nnr
i not the only! otl'j! 1\ dite-t- any g'uJf'.1 rCItafO (E AUENSFOR
Your Bovtels Strong. u-e r..m.hOtr" oldest lit- : I5IRMIXC.HAM ROLLING MILL COM PAN Ye1T !
form stomas
tie sirl wail i 0 1:1;i !111-Uh' for cnutsyrnp -
b.w-- trouble. Harji Pmrmaey J.iijiSheppard. / tnre mart Sti'ched Ielrl: ,, N-.rhampton Em TV
l'au t'; ation or durrhiva; when whoopJr!' >\ : eel C-i.. Inftin .
l't\Kt\: : H\ii Innl"llit'13.. Sidney l:aln. Sail l ty Dcinltisstr Bros. : & hand r ivlr Co.. Johnon's Ksfsfimine. -
a IT Ix,vrU ate .'ut of onk-T. Cas- TIll"! r. -i.. ) ; I ----- Iron Kmc and Buck :S and Itan2. Wr
y i- r :L by ill druQI ,'
eaH." C..ndl'.unaru(' will! make -td ,iI.111.jl' .j d-r. You will have pride in you own C' .UD- & Co. e }taw Hide; L.Leather.. Ma-urv -

ilia ti : naturals!: Genuine tablets! flower garden* if they are" on your Every Woman MadeMasonic Rlilr'-ad Color,

Marra, C. C. t". Never sold in own ground. Your nu-band can buy "T\ .\1llr1t: ; :.: .. t r.Th.r. 6 fJf4ftl. a .,,1me. and he can do it now. althoun ; u -, ;. ,(j Temple. :o.AJr. PNn,aeola. Fla.
; he may think otherwi-p .
% M4RIl Hhirlinq Spray
I .. I lIt. t>t tnotiMy to pe nude f'vpryw.'Uian wanta !home of CHICHCSTER-S EIGLISM
lit rat U.ta-e 1 t- ,f is. .\ r"\1 l eMIL .1! atI"I. 1':1 every NS rf the> Fenane' own:and if -!he will nave a talk wit!. E8HYRQYAL PILLS ,14Ji' t CURE YOURSELF I IrrQE.

sat. 1':1: I" U..U 1:1\: t flner; .h",lr,1 t. LaXlti\ Bromo.QuinineTahtets Thus. Watson & Co.. f.e! l e Rir(l f a.t.srdua1.t.
"' '"
: ,:' Tho C. Watson & the nw tdy tUt cure* a cold In one day :('.1-1:1': ; ?; E state A ;Pnt-. teycar.; '' I+t 1> -AM"II"1' ( !Ill nt"T..W""fLdi .........1.1-11.rr- lalleid.ra 4uM trout, ,. ,r
Co. (1 r 1..1111,' l Kt4t tirn its .. .. ... ,. ,.. m
: *:.<'w !."w easy H I'* toet ji 11 ;'i T I Kf I. .14 ..04 nn.t..e. ( m.
: ., ." ,. ,'tT.- w' .1' It W.iUid BllY K I.. .; -r' .. 'r. -'t'f' 1.1. ,.tire. Wuyo. .,.. ., tK ..4'i
( r
.Ar < /rfr "art/en hose .. .
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{, tieFoer's "' --d 'Yr- .JI..Cn, ". .-.....".<10.. u 1..1.. ,. tutEttSCel.u1C.t"yr.rou.a..It .
.: l.. w-'r-i:' \ in w"Ir: t. >', :iider. It"9i.tiv .. .'at '"-*-" WIi r. V n .. ; .... h. .
from the H dills Hardware :_ ." .j mi. 1ti : a'aU.. I',.. sttn,0 sold by Dragtghtiiv.aa.
t : .I.
: HIII. :' My .ti.J J '. i wa.ti Kidney CurecWtcs rk. .a .e ts..edl_YI eat. L-t Q., S. i". ,I: IT | .o.' ., '.. rr- n f .1 lo tti ,
"L k- i.Ju If *lr .
C' wn L"J1JI/Jal1J.! kidcevs and fclaaicr tiQat! KC'..u j 1m 1. ''" ""., ",1..11... y fJU.. r |:,t5ClT
I uec.c Jtt.a. Yl Ur test Ml f ib

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Mftnuilvi, o ) i rtl rtlThe
khlncji aihl blade Made From Coins Taken From Spanish I Bishop Wilson Says More Are Needed | Rheumatism .
I School / i1I
1. '\ULIllw. Cruiser Cristobal Colon. girls are proverbially : In Asiatic Countries. I l 'r

I.atirnrMa! >' 3 -The magnificent I Ka hfilt3.! May 3.-ln an address I
pretty. Fact' i", it's a pretty t ; I 1
*' '\ .'l i hervKc made from silver! coins ;' here before the hoard 'of missions of liniment bottle and flannel strip are : ,

1 Tutt's Pills i'al'i .. r .n' th.. S.aniah; cruiser Cnstoal age-that: time in a girl's life the Southern Methodist church or'' familiar objects in nearly every household ; rt ; ::1 i

] i i.i"I I'r""nted to Admiral I which he is president Senior BIshop! They are the weapons that have been used for t )

\Vinfi ( S. .:,.a't "hh'Y. b>' his friends in I when she has: all the beauties A. W. Wilson last night made an impassioned J, generations to fight old Rheumatism, and ate 1 I

'1". tflf t ON theaforpM, t' i. "nt.. aii-i in Wahit. tfln. has been I appeal for additional missionaries about as effective in the battle with this giant 1,11? l'

c fcaatl aflaratfatrtkjna.. i anting thtm 01.I., : j .!. d an,' is <>n exhihiton in the of womanhood without the to Asia disease as the blunderbuss of our forefathers .1 : : I i eft
!dt ofI J
id..* \ II.,1m"" s of the manufaitnrers He linked Japan. China and Corea would be in modern warfare 1, !II' i 1\ I !

i. M: rips The service consists ofor later lines of care and \\ orry.Hut I stating that within the next few years Rheumatism is caused by aa acid sour t- \

.1\11 ISOIGOR! r t't.rptero one soup toureen andladl condition of the blood. It is filled with acrid irritating matter that settle I ; 1

J... MaJJcr mil LILt(. fIltHPlRI.I.: rtihcs with covT here and there even: there would be perceptible! changesone in the joints, muscles and nerves, and liniments and oils nor nothing I ; i '.
'r4 ,. .t.I.84 )OIlD(. way or the other and that unless '
one gravy trwl l and ladl*. one else applied externally can dislodge these gritty, corroding particles. They i
school the Christian people predominate! the there the blood and be reached the blood. t l
r >4.t platter ono same platter one I among girls appear were deposited by can : only through I'
world and church would be threatened
Rubbing with liniments sometimes relieve temporarily the aches and
"are. Cab platter. 19 iej-sPrt plates! Upon i I
In. few .< h pt. t' I is engraved Admiral pale drawn faces-a dullnessand with destruction."We pains but these are only symptoms which are liable to return with every I I 1

I.. !i *ble'e Intt'nN'! in monogram:; and each have hal aa much to do with change o? the weather ; the real disease lies deeper the blood and system I' .

d1 tn U"tor bear this IllIf'r1i'l1un. lack of freshness::: \\hich the boxer movement I admit' he said. are infected. Rheumatism cannot be radically and permanently cured I t

vel. 'Ma4.. of nilv.r taken from the Span1 : "as religion! had in the troubles in the until the blood has been purified and no remedy does this so thoroughly 1 j 1

!H. ,.., aa Ith iruther C'rillltlh\ll'nl.n.! l>"Iotroy.rlI tell a plain story of thin blood. Roman empire( I confess that so far and promptly aP S. S. S. It neutralize: the adds and sends a stream : "I

1".1' of rich strong blood to the affected parts, which I I
.. | IB th- haul Uttle off Santiago de as civilization! of the east is concerned 1.1
:' .. !Now thi> is not right. Hut I dissolves and washes out all fortionmatcrialsandthe : I t
.. \t. '. lit ('uba July 3. is*< 'J Ir safety is not sreat: Unless we suflererobtainshappyrelieffronlthetorturingpains. I

The ftt'b.tll of the silver was nottNtrrrred proceed early we will have to I
I conquer
r M Scott's Emulsion other'mineral but
can make S. S. S. contains no potash or I
'f !nAt with and the metal i| at a heavier cost ; the resistar., e will is a perfect vegetable blood I'urifitrtand: most I i

.. i. of the utmost hardness of bteel.Th be greater than that of the istU
'fair'I' it right. Scott's Emulsion i is ap exhilarating toni Our phvMmns will ad\i>e. without charge all who
.- *t mht of the ro.ns used was "The work we fail! to do today will 'Write about their case and we will send free our special book c-n Rheumatism I

admit I *.".i ...till.and the )>ret,<'nt !I what these pale girls need. i he a work done for the devil ai.d and its treatment THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga. I

parts <>( slur npr.-itnts a value of i '
M' 7* Hand against Christ and the world in the ,
.. 1'.1''I t 'it '.. ill l,. ':1\ ,'no': & that amount Scott's Emulsion back I, I p.rT .
brings days to come. The work in utlior

i< ia. 4' tt ;;!'i'i ,d! iu pun! base the (rain I foreign fields is not to be /'onii. r. d 1I l I OR. MOFFETT'S Cures Cholera lofaitoat .

., II m It.. lffl. nt The prtst-nta- I the beauty to their faces because I with China with its tcun.Li this" 1i ...',t'. J'< DiarrhotaDysentery,and I

/1" ..aa hn.d'li: (-. i\ .11 willbemask next i the Bowel! Trouble of h ;
r. I san is or poile; with as glint ! ,
.' t' .ri'r NVu: lay at I'u l ln'im of'rt' it i is blood food. i (if.; W.L!: ,.r ChildreaofAnyAge.
as can be f'I'11.L Tmn will i I. 1,1 A Aids
.. ttr''r s tll! tx in 'hi--! 'I in wh.I. with tornn i I ', Digestion. Regulattj
Vi 1 f.r rrc: Simple I the! mere form of <':vl':!! ;aI"/: ; .,' t !: Yrr 6A6"Alej6. CCTHING.POWDERS) the Bowels: Strengthens I
I1 'ii *> '.r n. i,' I I: lants A. Gal Y .
Is t' M>. ,c' Wrtshitiston.: ; mm' SCOTT X 11 >WI 11.1 I t. s ., pry' erg; \ Y peoitli'! : of Japan but g.) to t!:," : t a-. : I : '\ \ .-r Costs Only 25 cents at Druggists, the TEETHING Child I and EASY Make

It,. i .'i rn.: -; .n lr. iliargi of ita appropriate! that which they IK'I'! \ ., I r %I.a or mail 2v => recta to C. J. MOFFETT. M. D. ST. LOUIS. MO. t tFL'IIHn

SALVEalwM '.1. 'II Redmond Back From Western Tour. will assist them If we ahuw iii' mIn .. y r:. S. C.Kn..YO; li'> -I was: rotate **,lby..ur I ulIIl, fIb,. ,ian in Charleston to n.e TEtTHISA : I,

...! New' York Max ",.William! ROorlmond. their pieviit ccuiitum\ to. trl' ir'nty> .. .n he Ira. I,ilaf."tf s, a': infant, .. ar"1. "'< vadtow.irmande.eetrnihritemarb.I.U .
-- --- go' ril'''' .. U "Mn.'trt, anlitieT'; trasb. afotJwbeeorerybenrnci: UnJ> >freefromdangensitter
Mer wqN" i. M P.. ilolf>gate to America! i '. (tat'" havo r .me ii Te.antlt.afterus..llhhref
ahead the of t'i.ina I I I i 'lu."t. : nsar.d.n.revru; e
TRAINS CRASH AT HIGH SPEED. 1.)1.1"; J.oan: anA .. .. ..! .. areowr. todm ,
'' .h tth- -
'I. f MB i : reLaaewb.'yinth-bw
with Joseph Devlin, from the UnitedIrth Corea will: i-i.ti.a'y!: nuV! tt '.uiie! 5.. tit r, u AsBOYS. rt .c.' tin.,.1ti ,urI. ,.tinrwslftheb.rndtuftthat. ... many. Timrs| n..e to kf.p lUll
1..'ague. has returned to this I Irlh' , qu.el. HAttTWLLLM. A\EI (Maaijrr batty Tlweuudrei!, -beiseagrr.) gig s
4 14 Feet Mail. Ooins 76 Miles an Hour. for the wtstV of the \\"''stil1 su.1 I i,
after Iwo month's' tour through ,
a )
Stribit Ft eight '' fer not only from the reictun but ':, IIO\'ou\\'l to make a little extra : t :
the west. He has organized branches t
I >' N 1 :May j New York trom the reflox action in our own and GIRLS munvy duilngsparo inoiiicnts II f.
MOiCNOB.I of the lea 'ne and addressed large so. jou can rettJilv do .o, by nell- f
( "/f' ta-l mill! train w.-sthmmil, uil- land.: lug our "Blueine"e per rest, commission on all salt.- Au tnrtinprmftble article for .
1 1iT with a fait trHKMt: going in theo wrtirKS tn the principal cities on | houst-hoi war I-.ter* Ul> u a..I1I| nearly every night of his trip. frRp'lmond bluenatiryouev'.usrd10ttaewah! B'riletOdiy h.-roreyourterntoryls :, taken by \ i
/. .AWII ;'p""'tt' JirwIi'Mi a quarter of a mile WILL CURE CONSTIPATION. luiiiHOUH else, and '" will! -u-l by r-turo mail one dozen ",' of Bluel"e"r ;
.t>., t\f the *i.tion her. at :5 p. m. says that even in the h..stlIa I i When you have s ill tlifm return u, SOT., retaining the! balance Kir as }.ur IUUIIUrS- I F
A. A. Herren Ark. writes .
}';; of the Parnoll! movement hp np vT >ion l>o not dei.y.hutwnteatone. i "
IHMt ,i, ,'.t. r-tay. kill ut th.. fln.lnW'r anli 1 i "Folp\ '- Honey and Tar is the best Addrfc*. (.IjK. ;:N'1 \ l-'ACrillING CO leH.>> 0 1H this 01. I'lnla. l'si .'
1 'Ir.lIA",' rf tti- mail tram and sxnouhly ,: saw mnrr "nroural: nl: meetings; preparation fr coughs I colds and I -

I. !','I8 oI: I: Wall .I..r"a! !:i than those which welcomed him and lung trouble. I know that it has :1- t
ROWE. M D. .. his; (reiser to this ronntr) | cured consumption in the first I
TI.! 4\l-a>l air "
......... -ta rE':!." \\'. A. D'Alemberte. 121 :
J'fn t.ranttncl!!-' T, Syracuse "
!*. Falafox street.Foley's .
I tlb,- J It> ,t4 ('flh..t! \k'lled!\ instantly Immigration Record Broken. : ... ___ -1" t
i New York. May 3.-Reports fromi i
Uraaiti K \oIn, Amman Syrat Honey ana Tar
i i riiis: island inrtii ate that by 6 o'clock ,
Hi aa.1 t i jI K til tram IlIrl'11 and arm A'o opiates.POLiTICAL I I !
i this evening! 13i"> immigrants! will .
J ; f ii> i !.:tf: nr: hoor ,(t.'rwarils.P n____ ______
have arrived in this! city from Kurope )
3 < !all; t 11111 'rl.l1 are '
r since Friday! morninc Thin lircaks! alii i I Ii
11"r i i< -'o', sr: K H F-in t E H :
previous' records in the history
L: }. o .I'\. It"! or ('it I xt lati.l I IA
of the immigration bureau
H < !'i ,d! ,. ,.,' ": M M it un-1 l T. W i 1
: tIe.a
> ,1< i- '. I. j H Putnam, of A\ OLXCEMENTS
Evans for London Consulship.
\ i. >I.! ;, Sn.t rt and

.t' l... a Isl.I 'I' Buffalo (1. E. | Washinsrtan May 3.-The president ______ _..__ _H __, ra FashionableModels,

N t. kladd i K .. .1 .\rtlmr I'ndu today sent the nomination of H. Clay For State Senator. I ? i I II i4
Kvans to bo consul general at London Perfect Fit Newest
I 'Mde \ ..f i I ,
hl < i inJutn 1'itts. The friend of lion \V A lilouutiiertby : :

t If'l/QIlI"if *-OOCOOOOI* I- I i to the senate. announce !gull a- a candidatefor Colors I i
Lengths ,
.. a /at. I I.,1* l n n'1, n-'RR' 7S miles I New Fire Company. Mate Senator from ti.ithe recO I I / II ,
Senatortal; District, und respectfully i !
r 11 i h'I a ( idi'Dt occurred '
Columbia S. C.. 3. The Finish
'. : May secretary a-k the of all Superb !
.. .,.. ...., .. i I. <*'. K \\ Kverftt. of HuSalo I of state has issued a commission crate for Jim at the coming primary.I i '

'w r i t.,rsatt vi .1 I"' '' 111.1: < hAt he believed the to Washington Steam Fire Engin V-( A pnce for a'i' pocketbooks) style forever) f gars II

." i '.' i I ml"lIud"f"tandlnll companv of Beaufort, which la a volun- For Representative. I I '

,Nr '..l,t 'r'&IJt! the! tow ; tier Drcani7ation of fire fighters David The friend* of hcottM.Loftm take r'4 Royal Worcester

.. : Mittlf is foreman of the company. this' means of announcing !him aa {
f. I
e '. f -- 1 candidate for representative in the and
rr Ct. Two Children Burn To Death. LejirUture from cambia county i

,.1 toO .' ,.' f""rv: are an- and they de-ire the support of all
n\ TKntn. Ala. May 3 -'WMe! the T/ : Bon 1011 Corsets
>"".>-*.. .f'.1 t'.t tilt I'OitHl StatlS famil> wag asleep( Thursday night the" Democrats in the coming prim:iry. '

.. ,
s p? ,
... ft :-ii'I -u< t ui J.jc F'hilyaw was burned For Representative. t STRAIGHT FRONT t

, .. and two hilrtnn.. :2 5 : /.S. .
. f Nit aged and years ; _
*... 1... aril It. The friends of Henry 0. Clopton f / #:;; Ai a ieaerr: show itves. ,
Putt d. ath in the flames! him candidate for (. \ A e. no eubaitute.4.i .
: ?. u\\ 1 i.nai'ler myself your announce aa l i
.' representative in the Legislature; '
rU.. .pig .i-MT' Caret Cancer, Blood Poison Eating from Eszambii county and request L .
: But f"rnt iI
I" .... 't -r- 'r- lianliy; that Sores, Ulcers Costs Nothing to Try. the support f all democrats' iu the WORCESTERORSET i
....... h. .- \.4I 1..1) 11*',<'r ) " cnmin!r df-niocrutic primary I' '
a. I. blood |poi on and deadly cancer I
mRIttsd"-sou Monts.iIYTIG --
r...;.tie ;' > are the wort and most deep-seated For Representative. I
." I ... ...qi IS DANGfROUS. bl-Mjd disease" on earth yet the The friend of J. T Fillin rin: of : : f
i I
I h-.ntlti"tI'I jU" the klju" tit": =t t.. cure v lien llot.uuc Blood Bluff :>pnu2<. announce l.ini aa -

Ire k"i-i m |>li(i'f in tin body .ilui; is u-ed. If you have Moo candidate for the lejriJliture.ub; f ;
H I' lu'ele :aU1 t'ltt1l"\lt., .. 1'hi. li :.ct to the democratic primaries', of ''i ;
lfrtrainmen, l,t'i-on. rtiduciiijf ulcer*, bone pain*,
i-Kti tt it July l IV
I ,r Ii."u. t.M' ;,ll\ pimplemucu iU4 patches, falling .rGOLAY-@ 1"
iriir, .< rv' in tu':iutT.-r from hair itching-km, .scrofula old rh.u- For County Treasurer. CHOICESTOF I : \ l {

II '" % > I t It. i v tji-jtf in M>me form. J-'o. ''m.iti-m or "1f lI.i\'e form of cat irrh. I announce my-tlf a candidate for Grist and Corn r Weal mills t,

.1. I. hil....' t urn .trfoll,tl"I1thl:' -can. and -cil.! ... deadly cancer eat- rennminatiou for; tL e po-ition .If \ I .

-. and (".r..- all f'.rut- of klil4 in j, bUedin fe-terins sores; iwellUU county treasurer K-caiubu: county r V.<< F. GOflZfcLiZ; 4 CD., Pro i aII.
>4 blutliJt-r .lirt-... 0..... H.H. -. lump., per-i-tent wart or ore, -object to tie action of the demo- ? (;
'Io i .Ii t' ..u.tiv. ftin; '-r. (Ipun.w'1te. take iiot,line Blond Hilm I It. ll. ]:. ; cratic primary. !1 MaanaJerert J FRUITS AND CONFECTIONERY[ t \ l lI
.. t'l'iiuutil>ration of It will cure even the wi.r-t l'e after J. W. FHATER.: I .

;(Inc cawed m- .1 ,:r..ui d:11: everything el-e fail*. It B. 15. drain; i STOCK FKKI. -AT- i'i if
uhfbitt my kiduny, and I the poi-on out of the -y-tem and the For Tax Assessor. i Patronize Horn Industry for there It I F

p. '1 I ij"' fli.f until I nerd Kolt-y" I blood, then every sore heal;, making I !hereby announce myself aa i. every toek reason fwed, from you the fchoall Home: bay year Manufacturer Meal and I i C. APOSTLE'S I '!

.. .... K 1 1,.v C'",..." \V. A. \It', the blood pure und rich, and build- candidate'for re-f-lectiou as Tax As- for by HO doing yon encoaraze borne Indm- ,
,.. 11 etr.rt.rA tug up the broken-down body. Botanic -e-"nr for i county eubjct try. Your money islefinta* conimnn'tyaad I !
*< Blond Balm I':. B.! J.I i thoroughly to the action if the democratic primary you In turn are Indirectly: htnefltedIctosterlnx 14 East Government St \ i: :
,-1' .'.... *lop. t h. Tli "1In.4' -:, teted for ;;t) Drug the home manufacturer: yon ; ,, .1.
\I .. years. July, I 13.: contribute to the caaae of laboroi owe i I .
end tpeaa mi...a iabruo. ,+'111:& L.'W"+4lndlae.tioa. tore$1 bottle. Trial Formerly Cordova Restaurant Stand : f
per large W. \V. Rn HAKI.-. It to community In whtebyou live and !
> t .,!! treatment free by writing Blood w&icb contribute to your ncDport I IPARKER'S I' :
One car-load of Pineapples at $1.75
Baits: Co. Atlanta Oa Describe For Tax Collector. I
r" to $2.W dozen.
'wl Wtsa t.tntk Ualii tii nmi' aroundln I per :r'I
4 ([ trouble and free medical advice I hereby announce Myself a, a -
Dirine t" < toIII') their (odor ore I I .
given until cured H. B. B. does not candidate for re-election as Tax Col. HAIR BALSAM
py. f.toed l i 0 I... ..flf,'ntt.;\ ". tin-re I U trunli! Crane,. *
*'* a ''- a.. contain mineral pl Mons' or mercury lector for K-;?cambia county subject Prrmaer aid s tar bnitfa"..>3t growth the hr:! Try a dozen Jung's Red ;: '
.. ... ut*>4 in vault nttfii.iiHl tu at ome 01 ( ao many ad\"t'fti : dremedie-do;;, to the action of the! democratic primary Meter Fu'i: to Restore Gray ,

.. \.h.... tardy ( "'npiii-atrti tllMaM-M will twt 1 It but composed- of Pure Botanic In- July IV: van Htr* *s to p its d.wan Tou'.Uful a fa*r Co.or.ta.oIIIi50' Heart Beer and you will :
r df.e std tiuii.T Unl may die. The: d8Sf frredient Over :*dcte.timonic1- of A. H. ALEMBEKTE. I .mll n.rt M17r have no other. 'C I! ; ii:

.. I.I.. u tnd>K'nMiua. caunwl t>y fntlinK! tinuiiii > cure by taking Botanic Blood Balm

..m .' 'tan.l rt,h f..nd. Aa Mon a" di".x)\" 're! ( B. B. H.rinillne. -- .Ii

o '. ..! r' Itt the tttrda sh.-utcl l I.f put on a plain dirt ; For the Innjrr.Sniiu't.nit's i ( t #
tt Gait
.... .a t.. .. Wtu.'b atHiUid U- In quantity ; the jUry returns II verdict
: ., bs writ UAlnt' Nth their! d'a! h F.Urawner'sOnePiiceCashrlouseCUT ; II i'I
a an | ; for the lawyer, of which the following i. : ,

.1 p...,. 8111;! tie VIM lo tun a little xindiTed ,. Is a :pMfl 1 instance: Ir. John Joins n ;
.. ,rl"" Ita ... { .
"II..' .,;. 'har< .l or Rive. the lurils rbubard rills barrister of great mllueiice and ability ; ,

.. ... ., h rbtt k.
% f a train to eat was a leading: counselor: practicing;; in !'
""If thetlsU! circuit. UIHIQ one occaslun : '' '\ b
as I .t..h.t. Pabr llnr llrrrdlnic TorUrjl.In after a felicitous speech on behalf of I
ray p.., . .
to. ,. .1. P.i., "s I"' (It KM* t.r-flinc for turkeys Lb client in a criminal case the jury as ;

traelwt With utrl- Y". for Kjoie ns any titan k ort boon as the jude hud summed up, J- I

a*' m kW; <...., nnlry! HIM l.n..iiuv: I Iii not i"Ne; arlIiaiirv > without waitiu; for the officer to take luau i yards Dress r'wisnes, worth 6c :20 dozen Lidiea': Lisle Thread I 50 piece Medicated 24-inch Cotton II !
yard, 10 yards for :*:!J cents. Vests, worth 33 cent, for
.! .as. MMlf yours 2tJ'| Diaper, 10 yarda In a piece
) worth
.bii4; If jouM h to f&tatJibh n their verdict, called out Iy we cents. '

It'ILs. shall with rvrtain marking you wil I are all\ for John Jones, with cosul": 1000 yards Dress Ditiitys: worth i KJc, for this sale, &Jc. ,

'.. -t -U"" ." .- nf\.f .],, tt; if you go out df that ftrnlc London Tit-.Kits- -- -- -- 7' -,c, 10 yards for 4 > cents. I iC>ru) Boy's and Men's collars lot\ dozen Ladies' Fast Black, Full A .
and tnakr died othei ,, Mealy Potatom. broken sizes, to clone out at 3 each. Seamless Hose
I .ad Risa. ,.., sale trt'w m on 2!h)jrt aids bleached yard wide Domestic l regular lOc goods,
,.." .truliis If >"U n'l dln-rtly In lice If you want your potatoes mealy! 10 yards for 45 cents.20nOyards .I 30 Ladies' Madras and White for this sale, 6'yc a pair ; 4 pair for {J' I

1\ .. ... branch it is done In I 25c.
prrtltl; n"n tihiAil from another ,.I I wrap a baked one when Waists, worth 75c and n. to close at I I

..\I..n.r tif the iiatw family >(.u can Vy careful a towel and press until it bursts.Monad' I II unbleached Sea Island 4ic.I luO dozen Men's Seamless Half i I

tilt... W.VIi .''m..' tb.-I"of't'. N. you are each year pet 1 LobelI.a.Every cents. II I i (&) pairs Lace Curtain;; 2':/ yards 5c a pair. I
long, regular 75c goods, to close at !
blat lo-
t I'seisrrsI.IKNL .. tine a ItitU great in'rfevtionroultrjKrrt one knows the pretty 2uOO! yards Embroideries, regular !, 45c. 25: dozen Men' French Dropped-

.. r I bella a ;garden annual that has many price 7', toi !:jc,10 yards for 15 cents. Pitched Under Blurts, worth 40c, to I t '' .
r. '. hratsa.d. | ,)(points, but not every one is aware I, :25 i dozen Large: Turkish Bath Towels close at 25c; each. Drawers to !
-.o. .m eat'r.i." .''1 tie, a s :No I..>... of lime that In Abjscinia the lobelias 1 grow fif1 10uO: yards Dress Pique and Ducks, worth ?'l, will close at $1.20. match. 1
i I( worth 10' and 10 for So 30 dozen Men's Fancy
-11. 1 12'iC yards .Striped I '
I 11:1\I: 'e i.t>Ll (mbf'rbin"! Colic teen and twenty feet high: and la the cents. 20 dozen 24xa"-inch Bleached Lace Under Shirts, 45c each. Draw i .

i I I I .e I % !xl(C. Ct...lrr.i and urrLni Remedy for distance look like palm tree Towels, for this sale, at 50c dozen. ers to match. 11, I.

ail Piers l t ..t"- yrara and would rather he out of I i 1CNJO) yards Dress Cross Bar worth 35 dozen i
1...4 Inc cotle-e and i-u.'ir; than it. I sold five WHAT IS FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE ? SIc,10 yards for 50 cents. inch Towels, reZ2 dozen Ladies' Black and Colored ; .1
v .< ttl tt eel \lhfer,. bottle "( it yesterday to threshersthat j from ular lOc goods, for this sale, Sue Hilk Tatfetta Waists regular price ;. 11
1 Answer : It is made: a prescription dozen.
--Mlm- could .o no farther, and they of leading Chicago physician 25 dozen Ladies' Bleached Vests;; #3.5), to close at $2.20 each. : Ij' ;
v 1'1.' ,' I.aSdlUul.. are at ,,ork again this morning. |, and one of the most eminentin with tape in neck, 5 vests for 25 MO yards White Batiste Lawn, This sale will positively not I! kj

H. 11. 1'Hl.M1?. Plymouth Oklahoma. the country. The ingredientsare ; cents. regular 12lg! quality 10 yards for 85c.: for longer than one week. run I ; (

tetlitr OF VIHGIM. : AI wtllbeeen by the above the purest that money can buy,
the thr.\1f1r"\ were able to keep on i I combined to --
.r Hammrr Ji r and scientifically
H. 'i- I.a. ta- .1 Pvs.dldet. with their work, without losing a are value. W. A. F. E. BRAWNEffS i iI
their utmost ONE-PRICE CASH
.. f..' HOUSE
You should
>r. 'p' tat la.'k1 inzl; day'7 time. keep D'Alemberte, 121 S. Palafox street. iI 'Lull
t -r .'.taint jr %i a bottle of thn\ remedy in your home ,

For nl@l by all druj.jK-'t; and rnediuu i J'yDyBalIl& ..M Right AwayI t 0 105; SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.=gg&n I I i

tc tlerkltrs.IU., Is dealer, I sadltatel m eflCed JId otcoo hf and edds: I i ,


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Politics and
TRANSFERS I The 42J Annual
_ : YESTERDAY Statement fur "PI,
A qPoliticians Ending Decemlr 3Ut. 1001. fir
t K ur.d at tb. I'ott office at rtoo.acola. i FREDERICK ACER Sit.
41 n_., *<
11E booth ; || i iE|: I II Frederick Bauer, Sr., aged 75 ;, ;; I ARID transfers 1 THE[ (EQUITABLE
orrut: ;-I'IU'I Buuaiay, jn:, E I ENSAGOLA! to /.. L'"
: died -
at Bryans'Infirmaryyes ;;
rtJfoi *tri, up-itri. years, i, y ofEscambiacountykr

t 3J I .JIo"' i1 i held down the I terday morning. Mr. Bauer had ,4 :.J realty were recorded -

THE NEWS PUBLISHINC CO. Over:" among the red-topped hills of L ,,I St. Vincents of been a resident of Warrington for .., l during the weekending ;LIFE( ASSURANCE( EOCIEIY.

i'I. B. HILrON Managing Edior'l Mobile to four about 30 years, and at the time of I Ii )I ; Saturday, I
Old Leon a gaunt spectre has raisedits ,\! Assets .... .-.. .. . fais: -
W. M. H.\LIM Business Manager. I runs yesterday i his; death was one of the leading ..., i May 3d, all of j :
head and its name is "Home Reserve and other Liabilities -
I' f I at Palmetto : merchants of that place. He leaves .'?:. ;/.t't"l which are reported I .. . . . . w -.
Term: Invariably' in Advancer Pride. if for THE NEWS by I
Beach, while I a loving wife and five children to --
0.. \ by M all KWII I Ii !(I'i Thos. C. Watson & Co., real estate ISurplu9(from which Divi

V h al MOBIDt'M: I II I To the run up a tree it would appear -! the score of the I i, mourn his sad death. The children agents: I deride are paid . . .I _7)) s.

..t OB* Uk.bjr ( rrlfr, Payable Monday lei I that the Weekly Tallahasseean i 4 local team was I Ii I II i arelr8. C. C. Goodman Mrs. C. W. Ross!; and wife to J. J. Colly I Paid to Policy-holders in

I I is alarmed at the congressional situation +j marked up an even dozen. The game Harry DeBrux, Fred Bauer, Mrs. E.I I -Lots 27 and 2>, wet of Railroad, I i9ci .. ..' .. . . .i r.New .

f lrrtrta.r9 Adtesfl.rnshedon Application.I i in that county. Any way, it I I was one-sided from start to finish I I W. Atsinger and Geo. Bauer. The : :sec 21, tp Is, r 30 w-?3'I5.:' Insurance in ltJl: -$ 21

I 1 J.J.Hooton and wife to Moses! : Total Insurance in force
TElEPHONE 118. makes earnest editorial appeal to but while it lasted it interested the I II funeral will take place at 4 o'clock .
i Bell-Lot 15, blk 4, West King tract Dec. 31, Hl l..U I 17': .-
I "Home Pride" to rally to the supportof 450; people who attended. tomorrow afternoon. Interment in -S4U. Notwithstanding the .
great- r
FE58ACOLA: MAY 5, 1902. : the Hon. Frederick Towle Myers. I i i The game opened auspiciously Warriugton cemetery.C. i ii i W. H. Caro and wife to Alice R. cial strength of the Society ii' J _

I)I But "Home Pride" doesn't appear to I enough for the visitors, and a rapid j I i' and R. B. Heine-fcO ft on Gadsden 'holders greater thereby security enjoy which Hr. '
TH i republican "full dinner pail"In be tearing its shirt to rally. And and snappy game was the outlook A. HIGGIXS. street by 136N ft on lith: avenue blk are LOW and OUAKAXT-!,KKNOWLES "

tl.* coming campaign will not I I The funeral of C. A. Higgins will lUi, New City-f54J). ter than given by other c
(I .
the Hon.
I why should it Was not for a time. One run was made in I
contain i meat. I : Charlie Scott and wife to Idella:
r --'- John S. Beard, as well as the Hon. this inning, and it was made upon 1 take place this afternoon at 4:30 Williams-NE 1 4 of lot 3, !sec 17, tp I

( I .% I'KEwCAK\F..1\Irrporteda; I j jtils I Frederick torn In Old Leon? And the strength of an error from Lap- o'clock from the family residence at B, r :a I) w-f 46.
I I "nu..UIIC'lI intention to engage has not the Hon. William B. Lamar 'I, I'lDgton.. Warringtou. Interment in War- D. Perry to Willis D.rsey-Lot C, ,
bu iues-. lie could .
ID the IH'pil'.r; 'rington blk :t? Wet ..
tract-f62! ;
cemetery. King (lenrralterii .
method of parting lived there so long that his host of When Penfaeola went to the bat :
14ly dopt 1111ur..r D. Perry to L. D. Dorsey-Lot 7, ;j.
rl lib *'>1111' uf his -urplus wealth. | friends have forgotten to rememberthat :Sanchfz; drove the ball to left for al I 3U9 t;. Palafox St. PEXhPensacola.
XMK8 KOIlKKTbON.: blk 32, West King tract*C2.ofl.! :
he was born just acros the line two base hit and gained second safe- I J. B. Brituin and wife E. '
to 1..1'
= THE contemplated potpontmentof | The funeral of James Robertsonwill '

:4"t tbt't.. I,uui" cxpo-ttiou until !I In Old Jelleron? I ly. Oliver followed. going to lir-t. ( take place at 4:30 o'clock this hlueen-Lot lo, blk 127, East King'I I

'Ito4, i. decided upon will enable : He stole second, and upon a two : tract-JtJU.!
I And has Hon. John .-. afternoon from the family residence I
too not the Charles E.
Fl'rich to b* represented by an exniton bae hit from Mooney scored. Sanchez Raymond wife to
-if the Irgl-lature of l l'! tt will', Heard a better right to go into Old I No. :W7 East Gregory street. Interment Henry A. hnt'IJ-IO acre of -ec
al-o! scored.
'- male KU adequate appropriation.Pkitii'KM Leon, the place of his birth and demand |! init.: J )hn'" cemetery. Mr. itp5n.r3lw-fl. \N II i i
i 1 1I i j Mobile scored" nothing in the second
I J. :Clarke to F. D. and C. S.1Vat-:
' : I R..o KVKI.I icreditedvltb his -hare of the "Home Pride"vote Koberton was for a number of years
inning, while the opponent son-4s ft front on Gregory -treet of
tlir ILteUtlotl to lli-lt. by than has the/ Hon. Frederick to chief clerk in the ollice of Superintendent : -
I'I scored twice la the third Mobile arpent lo: 73; Od: l"iU.ijllU.. Beef Trusts
m*.0* of a v prcul mes-a.'e. that the ,, come into Ecambia the adopted E. O. S.altmar-h, but, at the Win. Fisher and wife to W. C.
scored time, while the locals
I one got j
v I* Cffo'r*** -11.1&& paan iithmi.i" canal home of the Hon. John :>., and try to time of his death was bookkeeper of 1)'ncer-311 ft front on bth avti.ue
betwru If lie oettiH. nothing. Neither side gained anything ;, ,
adjocrbiiieiil. > .
I I wrest from him the Ecambia the W. IJ. Wright Co. He leaves a by 110 ft deep of lots 5 and 6. bit ttiEat ; ,. k\ Hr
there w nl be .t b.atle royal be. in the fourth. Mobile got
tl e 4tuiiui-truiiou forces and : "Home Pride" vote? : wife and a number of fiieuds to King tract-tN. j
t1l"n > I i nothing in the fifth while the Pen- Nelson Haygood to E. H. SweatS ': i it
T the auLi-est*:tl lobby. i i isacolas mourn his death. rl, ;
all of SW of 1 ii, r 31 w-ll. Baby !
"Home Pride" i* a good thing, but pulling together: ran up !i 'a 4 tp . 1The
TILE T.-H r inquiry di-closes\ the. : their tally to six runThey added 'j 1IlulllI'rIulhf'rr..! Mother! McMillan Mill Co. to Elia Hoi- ,
Ir I I I i land-SW > of \E '14 of sec 25, Ii :
bet that tneU4 ir tru-t owti* only a candidate : two in the -ixth. This :aggregated !I How many children great this fccnion !*- ; t1' .
I ,
1Victoria .1 P.
UMII frtefiou "f tie Cuban !! I veri band cuustipalvd, with tail loniscb u, r 32 w--IU1U. : good people

# tcl! Dotwith-taiiUing the a--tr- seek to repre-ect! "Home Pride"can I:! rUlls.I.bile scored two in the'I I i mid der for licHdncbe.children MotUerOrB.\'b*always cure.bnert II worms 1'0111'- Hunter to A. Wade-Lot I quit eating meat t. ,I >

Ural of the oppuiients of reciprocity be proud of either dear cliarmer.I eighth which closed the game with are tbem.pre At,tiu all they drunnists.will certainly!'."> cm'. Suniples remove 3, CO ft on Wright street by 3m ft plenty of deluBi! -< .

that tbtrut 0" 1I1'd it all or inotal I I I such an uneven result.! maaledeltCE.LtRoy.-i.\:'. A0drrt. Allen ti. Olmeitd. deep in Maxent tract-fio.; fin" and Caken.-.. '

# It, Sad hence that the Lu per cent Speaking of John Heard reminds ;i There was a lot of appointment i iI '! Charles E. Raymond and wife to with
rtUuctlou woulJ chiefly beLtfit the I Ed. M. :Snider S '; of N\V of sec :
( me-what the boy are glillgto do toI with the fans over the fact that I,; UNGAS GOMES 4
tr u.t. 3tpour32w-M.! ;
i I him Wed&e-day night will be a i neither Moore nor Buck Jackson __ .BUFFALO.

THE aJvicfof many to the meat plenty. He is scheduled fur iuitia-: '! appear d.I HERE TO DOCK Like Daisies Ilefore the scythe. I .. .. ;

I "JUIII// public to ab-tu: ; from thef I tion into the mysteries of the Urdtrlof |I I -- ------ --- Baby lives are destroyed in the !"am1 1

I her <> tract product until deirrmd i there i'. one rational way to treat -- mer cholera infantum. The attack BAKING POWDER.Be .
F for tt.ein 14 Ktlrrted to the point of Elks and when the buy, get na-al catarrh ; the medicine is applied of the disease is sudden, it* '
through fitting on those horn, tlnul to the affected mem- !i: The government steam tug Uncas progress I.* sometimes terrible and and f I->
bringing duwu price i* directly in sure u-" t \
brane. The remedy is Ely' Cream rapid. Mothers who have
4 lib with the policy adopted by the J/)1111'5'H boLes will ache. I Halm. It restores the inflamed tie-'! arrived at the navy yard from Tor.i their children Perry Davi"' given pain|' 11Ie"B..btJ.. .' .

4 Krtolullotinry forefatherwhude- cues to a healthy state without drying i| togas yesterday: afternoon and stop killer in water with a few drops of Co. Wati'h w 1

.tr_\e.l importation* .,f tea rather i The William J. Oven ia all the life out of them and it ped at the yard. brandy added can tell how this treatment
S back the lost of has checked the
!gives ren-es tate diarrhea and
I tb
I. 4Ct..| de.i oti-m. Thiis l one j down in Frauklia county. His name of \'ainxptriment.. should u"e ;', of danger. 25; and ou ceut- tA.A.A.A.AAAAAAA1P.
to dock and
I way to combat the de.1; ,tl-ln of the Cream lUlm. Druggi-u sell it for : every portion of her

t = UU.t*. and! atenrtfrutiveourbutit ; 1 i would seem to indicate that he H 5u centEly Brothers iiti i Warren will be given a thorough overhaul HELLO! IB that YOU LOUIE1 < Pong | -elf-denial of well equipped to "cook the other street. New York. ing. the; i is engaged in government What's the matter with next :Saturday < Ing ,
It .bk'h fw ar* capable. I candidate goo' e." 'HF.Ll.oH that YOU\' LOUIK:? work between Tortu?as and Ky a opening.- --day--- <: Base Ball, >
\\ .la. ; ::1' Matter with next :Saturday -
t;1 j'; ("(1UHK: \ to the practice which I I u-5 the opening day Wen.HELLO'. CONCERT AND DANCE AT < .
A meeting will \\ii held at the Mil [AUXLI.HJ.t' 1-'F THURSDAY Tennis Rackets \ r
i. h.. hr..tofnr the < ,
g 1 prailtd among NKJHT TRAINS: AT t<, ":30AND:
I too court hou-e tomorrow IS that YOU LOUIE
r night to
J ; u*>. -papt-r of the ct tie, the lUrtow REDUCTION MADE IN i 1 i What': the matter with next Saturday 9. LAST: TRUN RITURNAT: I
.n.r.lufuflllo1ut lilt idea complete the organization of Santa: 11:50. ricKETS 25! CENTS.: AT Tennis Balls,
appro- the ?
I :a-> opening day
s. of FlurlSUDtI -pendinguch portion Ro-a: County Lamar Club. That it
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.' ', Golf & Golf Supplies
ti.. "f the uuiineraratiou tune iult.t1' will be a success evidenced by the -- CILAT033IA.: ,
trawl uthey can atlord. III iiI) dn. i I I Bear the 1..9 t K "d Yta Na.e A AM &?1guture
namesULed to the call for the Prominent railroad olicial andrepreeutathes Whitely Exercisers
t.t1' tag, )-i tar :Nellie Jteckiely says : 3 : I< >
: meetingMe A. G. Campbell, of lumber companies -tI--
"'oIl. i ueyero thoroughly well WITH PARALYSIS f .
Clubs & Dumb Bells
Jane t>y tin brat workmen a; after s. \\'. Ballentine. J. I). C. Newton, met the Railroad Commie-ioH at I i fc I
.. fli.g other people work ]>y all G. B. Proctor, Oliver Jerngan; and Jacksonville Thursday to consider I II i, Candy fduC'alt: Cathartic Ynnr ItontU care constipation With Cmcartli.foreier. I< Edison Phonographs. > -:

4 \ lIIt"lia" let "i\ \bojy who can get otf. I Krue-t Au:o. the schedule of cla-ificatiou in regard -medianis _I0c.25c. If C.C C 'a.l.Orurc.sisrffunc'.niOD-J. IIt's

r ,,",. xo itoinrwhere for -OtI1Cti111ewhen- i -
I to yellow pine lumber. in the construction department at Phonograph Music >
even they ;:tot a chance.I And ?o Tom Filliugnn has
ii' !!1 The statement a* given out to the i' the navy yard, was a victim to a pa:> 11RY GEORGE

f AT Tallaha--c.. under the au-pice> the race against H. C. Clopton for news-paper was that the meetingwas I tial stroke of paralysis Saturday .. t't J Bicycles and Tires J

I of the .t.UI' educational: department, legi-lative honor Well Tom i i-> a ,.I.
called to consider the weight while engaged at the yard. The < Tackle >
.. ba been commenced the publicath'U good fellow and he has lots of Fishing ,
If the .southern school and : clarification on yellow pine board I stroke wa iu the left idt! but the sI < t

I Hour, another of thn-e periodical :, the friend His candidacy will snake: I two inches and le-s, kiln dried and '! well known gentleman i I.* able to be < For Anything You frJ

l i+attempt-<> ciipplaut. in the alftciu contemore -pirited. I'dressed per thou-and feet. Shipper ; out todav.CONCEIIT\ < >

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>n* of the teacher of the sate, n Want toff.B.Bruee
And now they are saying that the had a-ked that ,(HOpouads to l.uuu ,, < tf
lhi tbll-lied .ttloti which ha-
t. (Clutter' Hall feet be applied. This i i.* a reduction'' < >
; !'olocgatul>> so worthily been lilledauii Club wanot organized I MAGNOLIA BLUFF THUU- ,r'a
enjoyed by !Prof. Mc Beath'- so much in the intere-t of the of about 2j! per cent in rate on this DAY NIGHT. TRAINS AT b, 1-10:' > j
t Jo'hlr"I.1dlll,1: Kxpoaeiit. It H alll' congreional candidate as it was to cla-s of lumber. I AT 11-.5U. TICKET :25 CENT.-,.. > ;;

..ttr.h.tJ' e-loi>ktiitr purilic.ition, and begin an organization for the next The cla-ificatiou; was di-cu-ed.i! AT DEPOT. > j
(fontiiln inui-h vahuMe: and uitervtiug -
t l' matter both original and oth- city campaign ; that a full slate ha and it wa agreed that the railroads YORKMOOR TAKES J 15 S. Palafox. |

t accept 3ln"0" pound- the estimated
.. been made and
; erwl-e, and itcope i* di tiuctlyainl'iU"U even the ap-

:II ; but it t- very doubtful if I l iointi"tict..* have been promised weight! of ],1"1; feet of this class of : VALUABLE CARGO ce4a1Jj Ivvvvv'V"-VVVVy.t

I; it punlH" to accomplish its purpose I on the quiet. lumber. I.

'1 inorn 'Il''t-.fullr than it* I I I I i iI .
i any THE POLITICIAN. I The cla--ideation i.i made out for :-:-"' :: :--

t 'J Lutlterou_- pretIetr--of-. I I I the convenience of the mill-men !j The P.ritihteamhip rkminjr .(<- ., ;

ifit \\ hy Take any Chances I! cleared and Bailed for Hamburg Mistake { -.., .I
THK: following trout the Rocheter : and railroad. Very often the mill. i --r; .
l I C
if 7
Herald, u republican journal j with some new and untried medicine do not have scaleto meaiTYe the !Saturday: with a valuabl.c.trgo.. : .
for uch serious ) .i
I troubles*
'9 fi .. clearlythe-1.1111of the tru-t | diarrhea I' The vpel was loaded by Fred CI '' :
i J gtrr i ; ""' "
cramp, dy-tnterv, when you should lumber and by e timatiii( the lIum- \ First-Class Western Beef Is = ; n--
rr'hlf'11i fr111 a.cou-ervntivr repubI know that for over half a century Howe & Co. and the cargo wa valued -,1
Jll".ill of view : So: long a.; the I Painkiller has cured millions of bt'r.If feet m the shipment, the i ; ;
d ;1 i' point at tl62lcan51tiH:! of I li!7' 0 Not 25 Cents a Pound. ,,-..f1..1 .- _' .
:t! tru'N confined their operation* to ca-es? Look out for imitation, weight and the rates: : can he obtained'from I I .

iJ.J:} eunccottltn'ditit .... a- -teel :and ironlan. there .i..*" only one ;genuine. "PerrvDavi the clarification h-t. bu-hels of wheat grain bagro-iu. t '

'I ,.-' oil, manufactured articleof : i I ,, timber and lumber. Look at our Price : ( I
Ir 1 I F A. .\. M. I I La-t \"far.fW .1
variou kind and other product- I will repair your watches and I
. .
Loin 15c to I lie 'Aic
; that tttlected but a limited number Jewelry flm-class style. J. I Regular communicationof What'the Round .. .. .. .. lOc;; ]13e;
Stephens. E-cambia Lod/e No. 15. i matter with text Saturday -
,: of or the majority but -1i 11t.'I Brisket and .
people Chuck.
a F.k as the opening diy? tc !Is>cRib i
A. M.,
t at h o'clock
A I .. .
the have been but Roa-t lie I Ire! '
people -
ly, patient U. I --- -
jou want to ImnilleTlie lie-t and 1' m. Monday. May oth. .
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Ramp I5c 15ci : I II
let the+e combinecontinue their Latest 5--it ('Iar';' Ask I,. Hear & Viitinir brethren invited.
'I I '' encroachment- -taple-: of food required Ci lur Kl tirei-o. HAKKY W. UIIII.". I PYTHIAS. .i Considering; quality above prices I
are cheaper than in other OUR WAITERS
W. D'C. KES-LF.K. any of WAIT.
Secretarv. city t
\by all the people, dictating : \\.. M. Penaeola Lodge, No. 3, K. of P.- this size in the country.We .

i1; the supply and arbitrarily tiring I, RUTH TAKES BIC CARGO
price-, and! the government will find j Special communication of E"C"
i itself face to face with a situation The bia Lod.! No. 15, F. & A. M.. at iI: ) specially reque-ted to be prf.*ent. than formerly, but it i-n't our fault. The service here t- all t: a'bf
Ii t Norw.juuteamer: Ruth was p. m. Tuesday. May Cth. Work in and we are selling as low as we po-- de-Iretf
ba* not been parallelled Work the rank of Knight
1 that ingravity : in ; by
i cleared by Bair Dunwody & Co. F. C. dt'gree.'i-itinl brethren in- I sibly can. The dill DI( room M p"rrf-d...
t'! 1 in the hi-tory, the n-pub vited. 'the :Senatorial team. Member* !pointed dud well suited; t<. Uit \'. :

t I 13 he." :Saturday afternoon with a large HARRY W. GIla:=,. :i ofi..ter lodge. and visiting PARLOR MARKET, the individual or tie far

I!'f: I cargo of timber and lumber for M. W. D C. KES" -W LEK.. M.i Secretary.. brethren cordially invited to attend. Phone 173. ..Jaw *.. lien|| AL :SonT -. haeeparate L..di.a receive: tables.special attnti' '

I j If you are tUuking of moving Nazaire, Rocl.tfort. : MONKHE CA
I f and Dubbledam. r/'HElL. C. C. !! Our food U of eurpasitif .

! t t r -e* Harry Hallmark or call phone The caro: wa- valued a: |i"j.liy. Elegant china closets, I H.HOK-LEK, K. R. & :05. *-)ROPO the Bureau:
:, .' :'&1 and let him quote you price He sideboards and leather- 1! 1.0.0 K *, Navy Department-hing. 'j I

.. .\t:" ta. the be-t spring float in the city. No Gripe PainOr seat chairs at Marston $ !, A special meeting of Pensacolils ton 13. ,l D.! I 2 C., ,and until publicly.12 o'clock opened noon May immediately :i i The 20th Century

4 : Quina'sLow prices; >dz* No. 4,1. O. O. F.. is called for thereafter to furnish at I

I ; 4 CONCERT AND DAB lE ATMAONGLIA d-c,'rnfurt. no irritation of the incest payments. easy ; Tue-day, Gtft teas:., for the purpoe of toe Navy Yard Pen=acola, Fla., a Uc tUlr8J1t.( (JI
i attending the funeral of Brother
ies-.butpntie.Irott.rtthoruueb: quantity of machinery and tools
I oJ', hra.ttfCitassxg: when I Fred Bauer at Warringtou. Dummy Blank I
FRAlN-ATt: : >::)AND> you tl i + Water coolers that do not leave at 3:3o p. m. All \'I*itinbrt'thr..n
upon application to the Navy Yard
il; I I p.Jl'i TICKETS.' 2o CENTS, AT Pills waste ice, at the Willis arec..ranily J. L.invited.KoKKAS Penacou. Fla.. ->r to the Kurein.KENNY Pearl & Nicolau)
A -. F ,s'd.'r (;>,,tr"
, s.d ty aJ dru;gtets. J5 ctts Hardware Co.'s. secretary. I" AV.. .. -, I
-2 12-fJ"JO..V.2W ::16 K. Pal.if' X -t.
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>,'-c' p'rPEAL President; f. c. NORTON Cashier; I ilf Vou,Buy Them at the Boston Shoe Store, They Are Good! 1 : : n

So ,Vice.Pruident; Condoned -teteBMl or tho M. E. CLARK A't C..hi.r. OLD MAIDS !I I ,

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(From Report to Comptroller. Under the auspices! of the ladies of !JI\ !

Christ Episcopal church, and for the

RESOURCE LIABILITIES. benefit of the building fund, the Old .IN YOUR POCKET. : ;
,: i : 1481,37263 Capital Stock 200000.00< > .
,i' i'- 62.fc5 Surplus 10,000.00 Maids Convention will be held at gyp, ,
.. bud' 75,000.00) Net Profits....... .... 6. b7.12 I
., .u. "u Bonds'. 5,250.00 Rediscounts 79,600.00 I the opera house tonight. Following To buy your Shoes at the Boston !Shoe:; Store. I\ ::1

!''.".,,Errand Futures! ... ...... .... ...... 6.718.48 Circulation 1 ... .... .... .... ... .... ...... .... 75,000.00l. are the delegates: We carry everything in the way of serviceable I i
:'Y .. 601-88 Deposit s'
:*!I.r- ...... ..... ... ......... 326,04408iFxch.tcfe. President-Sister Parthenia Love- Footwear at Reasonable Prices. Not the I j
.. .. : 127,221.26 Dividends Unpaid ... ........ ....... .. .... 96.00
I I. Not the Dearest but tbe Best Il
joy, Mrs. John B. Jones. Cheapest- II

$696,127.20 J696.127.20 1 Secretary-SiJter Dursilla Huff, for the Money. t .I"ti

T' n.k! : ".'ttlf'd for buine October 23: 1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give I II( Miss Mary Aiken. I i

.. ..- ;i'r..mrt, courteous; and careful attention. i Sister Priscilla Poke Billings of Ladies' I I
.' Notice Our Window Display fl| e I
Interest Paid Time 1 j100 f
on Deposits. I, Mi83 Josie Holmes. y //w AND I ,E

1 Sister Zerelda Hooker, Miss Patte Oxfords and Sandalslfor T1 : i I IJW

B. H. FAIRCHILD, GIRL ROBBER SMALL FIRE Holden.Sister Portia Olivia Bennett Miss! All KimJsofiRfPir; ',XeatlY.DonEPricE's Moderate.'I I' j jI

C ruOLBTIIRImi6 Bella Quina. I I II
Bister Finella Pinkerton Miss II I

:. .< *c'r Ktfnifhing Furnitu'e aI'Itrao i i Sister Mehitable Jenkins Plunkett BOSTON SHOE STORE ei eiI

S,(0' ;alt,. TO-DAY Mi's Capitola Covington.
At 11 a. m. yesterday the cottageat ,
Sister Mary Ann Barnes! Mits '
40G. 503 West Zarrago: ; street was ; Berta Hyer. I. I
r .'
I Stella Evans and Loreno Johnson wrapped in flimes, and before the i Sister Betty Barker, Miss Beatrice !S117 South Palafox Street.jtf&ffi&f !
R. K. WHITE, again figure in the courts. TheyI fire could be extinguished the house I White. i t
Sister Faithful Blo-om Skiddle- !
I were both arrested by Otticer Ray was rendered uninhabitable. It was
,a"1,1' ,,k' Manufacturing Jfiuler mefiddle, Mils Esther Landrum. Delays I
!j this morning. occupied by a negro family named I are Daopiis
., i, I.' i.iuatr Ol.tic'iall, Sister Prudence J i blis;; Char
The-eare the two wo are held Luckey, and was owned by Ned lie Jones. ; t:
i I. ,. "i I..a'ola. Mi I I as a slight break may end in a great
for the Hart. | Sister Esmaralda Arabella Gaudy,
systematic robbery of J. A. I I cata!'trophe. Better send your \1'I "

,- .- .- Chatin'r! > hou e. While battling with the Hones, a'': Miss Eli"e Chipley. hicles to us and have necearyrepairs I ,
'', Sister Belinda Pinky Rosie Higigins made as M OII as they are ap-
: hoe wrenched from the of'
The girl was employed at the homeof grasp
I I Miss Kahn. parent. Our price* are reasonableand t
Dr. J. Z. Cravey, and a telephone Fireman Whitehead and swung low and our workmanship tint j .
t Sister Ain trills Cinderella
I ; class in all and small
NEWS respects repairs ;,
message from there to the police about the air, nearly knocking Miss Agu?ta Holme*. are jl1"1t as! carefully looked ,, I

-ration: thi-,* morninguti mwned an Whitehead from a ladder and giving :i Sister Lucinda Samathy balks, after as complete renovation. t :

I otllcer. Ollicer Ray responded and I the crowd of spectators a thorough Mis Levy.Sister Btst florae Shoer always: ready.J. ,' I''

mil I : at W. rnng- when he reached the place he found drenching.A :; Spotsmaa Whoorherup. 0 tl''
Miss Choate. M. Milliard & Co. !
i I I0.:10 I
the woman beating the girl shame few seconds, later a cap from a Sister Susannah Lirkins, Mi i I

l't-n..arola soiled :fully. She was arrested on a charge water plug was forced from its fastenings Maud Fernald. :\' :! East Garden St. k

Mug fur Tampico' (of as=autt. and the dirty water shot and Widow Thankful Morelove, Miss I

.. i 1. After they were locked up it was I, covered many dainty frocks and Mary Wilson. NAVALOportcxl !;IOltt;. MAKKKT. All kinds of chairs and '

.' !j' 'f the E-cambia: I Prof. Renover Makeover, Mr. F. ;
.x .i spotless masculine attire. rocking chairs at Marston
a-certained that the woman had W. Marsh. Daily for The Newt lty '

: a.-.seningatMagunlia tir-t; of its kind' gone in search of the girl this morning I HELLO! IS that YOJ LOUIE Union ;Naval SK.reu Co. 'I 9'] Quina's. Prices are very

and beat her because she had What's the matter with uxt Saturday MAYPOLE DANCERS.Misses IIOSIl'. low. ___ __ __ __
I as the opening day"FRED W'IV' ..... .. VI (\"I H ..... ....Jl 55 C.A.8TOnXA..
told Mr. Chalfin and the officers how I Mamie Merritt, Annie WO :<> u ..... .. 1 :>,
I'; ; r- IIf the L'uufederacyI _. .. S i', K .... .... 15 Bean the _/) the Klyd Yet Hale AI3)S! ) B3gM! 4 !
; a Cilice of Mr. N. IJ.djy the robberies had been committed.1! Baal Daisy Wright, Daiye Hyer :.1M....... .. .... ...... i W E. ..... ..'..... 1 W _
: MOORE Hutchinson, Bernie (!uina. K. .......... .. 24:> 11. ._......... ii r, 13gnatnteEf; t1 j!
,\ !:.- morning at 11 The girl, it was stated, refused to I..... .... .... 145 C A below.... 115 t
I Messrs: J. C. Watson R. H. Turner,
I K: ,i-ine-r <,f importance.c. change her statements and a sound IPIIIITI! Ttlapa'lTI!' a-2' I
C. H. Merritt McK. McClellan, .. .
ARRIVES HOME1 -- ->- The man who owns his own home j i

c. IS tint YOT LOUIE? beating was being administeredwhen Campbell Avery Henry Hyer. Drink Red Heart Beer injures himself against lots of y
in uter wish u,-xt tsaturday' : the otlicer arrived. People in Master; Bertram Coleman will en- trouble and worry. Nobody can t
o raise his rent, and the rent day has
the leer that made Cincinnati
"i"'UIU the neighborhood said she had been Fred Moore arrives at 4 p. tu. yesterday I tertain the audience between acts. no terrors for him. It.s easy! to own 4

i I bating the girl fur an hour before and left for his home at the Languor and weakness, due to the famonsf a home now-a-days. ThOB. C. I I i
"AL.l THE DUMMY I Watson &; Co. can tell you how 14
the police station: was notified. navy yard an hour later. depleted condition of the blood are easy It i". Call and see them. i I tl
LINE BE ELECTRIFIED The preliminary trial will be held Moore has been to Philadelphia, overcome by Hood's Sarsaparilla. I t
the great vitalizer. -=-- .,. Profit in mailing ("iuarn in often a
Wednesday afternoon and it is a where he had signed to play with : I
( ,i Iiljlli; not hit with Ij. Hoar .V I I
Termini: Company !I general supposition that the woman the National League team from that IF YOU ARE Kl Greco

had tried to get the girl not to repeat He released
city. was his
!..r the city Council.u before Justice Wolfe.KeralH I upon I -. I .;_ Drink Jlln 'S Red Heart ;

the electrifyingie. hertory __ __ __ ______ I urgent! request and as soon as possible i- LOOKING FOR BARCAINS '
I Beer 10 cents bottle at ,
per I.
The companyfy a (.rrat f evret. I I left for Pensacola, where in future all saloons.

It i i.. "ft asked howuch startlincart.thatpuzzlethebentphysiciau4! he will grace the local diamond For the
the r >ad. but i' next ten days I will sell -- ---- ---
: ) !| -3-nftr& CXA. 8 TO IT IA: .
with his good baseball; work. you any article now in tuck at a' &y
elfectwl Dr. : New Di--
to d.t anything; are by King's 1- Bewtl. /f1to Kltd Yoy Hate" fear:3y sli
for Herr theM discount of 25;: cent from the ,
covery Consumption. per regular t .
.oil acts on thei 1'or O\rr Sixty Year. I .
crel. It cuts out the phlegm and price. Think of it-you will II I c2wk ti -.1---
SI u uf .
Ii of
infected and let the NR'.1t4t.UN 4 HnOTH IS. \'RI'P bafibeen flt 11.
germ :
uitnl lave $25on a ring or pin, i
life-giving enrich and vitil- SIllY yearn by I .t
oxygen .
i tie: .* tlectnlied ,. heals for ttieir children wtiile teething, i i where at regular price it would c i-t I ,
blood. It inflamed
i/.e the tie Pocket
with perteet succest. It soolbcs the child. cutlery and scissors
-iiurt time before 1 1! rough-worn throat and lungHard nofteus the KUHK,Allays all palneures wind $lte). See; you save i"J cent* on
i-oltN. and I !tubboru coughoon colic anti H the best renictiy for Inarrboea every dollar's, worth you buy. Nowis tjJ- from the finest to the it
It will relieve tht lillle sufferer Immediately. j
would be built up asii yield to Dr. Kin 's New Discovery?; Sold by poor DriiKKtfeta In every DartodtieHorld. the time to buy your diamond* or + ;, cheapest, at the Willis
the North hill the imi-t infallible remedy Tneuiy-ltvu cents a bottle
"> Throat and! Lmigdi-eae: <. liuaran-I! lie Mire you ask fur"Mrs.Winslow's SoothIng watch or any other article in -totk llardu'are Co. I
Syrup, and take no oilier kind. ,
v-iil'l be of ;great lieu- tefd! b'-ttles 51t> c and fists Trial very cheap. Call and examine .1
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.i- willathrcltiLens.btiuu bottle* free at W. .\. D'\ltlllbtrtl"s.1 good Remember this olfer i is for' Getting DinnerI TrvTHK NEWP" Want Column. .
| 1-J1! South Palafox : JAMES WHEAT I
ten No trouble
only days. to show.
of the companyi 'i I a pleasure in the Summer when ;1 Ii f

.. 1 What's the matter with next i-Mtur-\ !! BROKE HIS FOOT 112: South P.tlafox !street. nineties when you are fortunate SAM KEE'S !t:
I il riim d.lnt.'t'r '
>' day a- the opening day: -- -- ----
I enough to have kitchen fittedup I
s K :-iiey I nerd it at pre-ent. II I
with a (ias Stove; or Range. if
A nickel is enough for a I MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAYNIGHT. : I .
;It) council get theiri Jame Wheat employed at the TRAINS ATK, btJA\D: There is no heat dust, grime or .New
Cigar i fit is an El Greco. I Laundry.
mil dtciie! ction guaranteed. navy yard while at work there 9 LAST TRAIN RETURNS AT smoke, and your apparel can be as .. i ;

.' :: -.It tnii.>rtaiio: .. Sutififn Saturday, had the misfortune to let 11:50. TICKETS CENTS AT neat a* if you were in your sitting I :. :'",'
L. HearCo.. I DEPOT. room. There are no wc>rrie<> connected NEW BUILDING( ;;i
I 5iU( pounds of steel drop on his foot ;, f
\ ui Pralcr Ii'i \llni o I" We will launder your spreads for I mailing it and rendering walking: Thos. C. Watson & Co., will it to the NORTH PALAFOX STREET I H I t
r.t 1 Itturw Swillore. 15 cents each and make them look worry your purse pay i
.\, "k. *.r..I I lilt trrl..llIrll. 1 the leading\ Real Estate Agents,take
; like Star Laundry. out of the question fur some time. bill.
A: nil:I Uruxn! (. IUIII..IIlI. uw. all the worry off the shoulders of the <.oC North of Court House. 4..c I!: I it
\.k IIB1N1'. i j When taken to his home the member owners of property, manage; the .e '
Marstoti % Quina carry renting of their houses and the collection l.ilii-t .t( linpi' >\I'll l .MiicliiiM'i I i .\ lull ite :'
line was placed in a llti\ ; and he ,.e I! PcDMtola Gas Co
I >IONOIICK.. the largest of matting, of their rents as conscientiously Firl: l-Class Work. I
now unable to leave his loom. He as they would themselves. ,, :
window shades etc.
law IUieu! to
tied my ''i rngs, ,
,I : I.. fl.! ,ur,1'hlr-n liuildPKKI.K in the city \\Ve lay our is reported a* being out of pain: this Their charges are very reasonable. No. 3 S. Palafox St.. Pensacola. Fli. GIVE. HIM A TRIAL. },
I'll"" : :* -
1 matting free. morning.
I 5Z5252S5i?sir 5252
What Thin Folks Nerd
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.. I- !irreater power of di ;eating and n, ............HS

F' tit: :\: : ".. .. .. .. .. .. I1 imilating food. For them Dr. .. t rJ r. .. ;, i' it
Killl(? :\eLite Pill work wonders. : I!I'
P They tone and regulate the dilative 4
: Monday I :
r ....AT.... organ*, gently expel all poioufrom / i Monday! \
the system: enrich the blood improve I
appetite make healthy flesh I
; t '
t .
Only 2,)t!. atV.. A. D'Alemberte's. ......... t 1. I
SOL : : 121 South Palafox street. j jHELLO' I I N ...............! I ,


What's the matter with near :Saturday I 1 '., I I l
as the opening day?

YOU WILL r-INI[ Seasonable- -house- --- hoi d On Monday May 5th :: :

f .. 1 and kitchen utensils at the I

r". f ."' # -. ]H I 'illis Hardware Co.'s. Between the Hours of 8 a m and 6 p. m. I II


SMITHFIELD. HAMS. i Magnolia Temple No. 4, RathboueSitere.

r -- '. ,- ;, Regular meeting Friday SCOTCH LAWNS 1 10 Yards for 25c. III
-. aftfrnooa May 9. at 210: o'clock. i
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t !' '. Initiation* and other very important ''''The Wash as Pretty a.. a Linen, and we have a Large A -ortment to Mel.ct From. l L i

'buine 3. Every member requestedto I II
Pf I iul: the best of everything generally attend. ONE CASE short lengths of SEA ISLAND Percales 12% I 1
and 15c values, yours at JJ.J j hard
I ,
Miss EI>ITH (IOKH.. M. E.C.M. ; .

Lt; t'lll in a Iirst-Class Grocery Store.V R. S. NOTICE WINDOW DISPLAY. ;

I" '

J Jgcncy Nunnally's Candies = stimulate When trade it with languishes sales of Eli WE HAVE ANOTHER LOT OF : ,I ;, It
i Greco L. Bear $ Co.'s new AT 5c YARD. .< fcWe < ; 1' 11
I : itt 1
( P \\o-centcigar. are Receiving NEW: II.MIJKOIIH'.IMIN: : : In Match t..andlnthell..xtft'w i
.. Intemlencia Streets. = days we will display a I ; I I
i ner Plla1'o:111d New and Attractive Line of LADIES' BELTS
NEITHER the captain owners
d 'i nor consig'"'''' of the Holland -
1 f. Gamma will be re1 .
1;8. .i Pensacola Fla. = I -1 sponsible tor debit conlraci- I I Ii
: 1 ed by the crew of said vesael. DEKKER, I W. J& B. FORBES. I

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I.K.tlG CATARRH AMOS j CUMMINGS The Story of a Pioneer.

Ii)f i, { It IUI,'\(; There are l:;.(".O deer In the Yellowstone Mrs. Laura S. Webb

'\ CTIIK Hill flY National park. ,
.t ear Few men are more widely knownIn
Dunkards: In considerable number are Vice-Preadent of Vomen'j Democratic Cubs of Northern Out! .
Topeka, Ka*.. than Th.)*. L. Ro ;. I
\ .: CATARRHK << Gp fie i- the pioneer real r-tate dealer prearing; to mon from Illinois to the

fI- { f g there! havm,: located in the town in Platte taller in Colorado.The HERE ARE MANY the change of life which w"
I K Brilliant Dies \
] Congressman 1":1.: He WEI* a *utff-r>Chinl' ThiU

\ lJ.1"4 ] Cream Bulra In Baltimore Hospital pepriaCure.| until he heard of Kodol: I>"vs- I from G.tKii.i tons in 1SV too the ages of iting with a f"uj.I nlI,3

ra' a, pl..a."n1 \ IT i'O'cIJI'.lltous\ last ear. that sh: wu taking V .
J f .. 45 and 55, but there are
II I unll" .oj n. IL3Fpr'COLD'h of Mexico with population Wine (CATJui tai she
The City a o 110.
i \ "I'.KI DEATH CAUSED BY PNEUMONIA fein"alids 55
f" over
,! It of nearly :S7i'.l""<.), still has an annual very so enthusiastic about it thi

; (t J It .. ;" : ,:.' HEAD death rate: of 522 per l.rnH). I and 60 years: of age.; The decided to try a bottle. 11perienced \
)! i I" i i',i-. tin N *...1 l I'......u ..< Mr. Gumming Was a National Fig I i In Colorado lag year su: ;ar tarts change of life coming to some relief the! lir

( ; .'I'I 1I \ 1 1.1\t.. .. JI..I..n11'ruh..t ure In American Politics and Was I grown on Irrigated land averaged S'sO I i a woman near her forty- month, so I kept on Ukin; u
tl I.t.. tlieM'IHf 111-1- t (for three months and 1
"; :t t, f .. : -V I t ..rgr. -,ime: lit liruani-ts or L) Also Known as a Newspaper Man an acre and on nuuirri;:.ited land oulyilCauacre. : fourth year, either makes Mrt. Ltwt S. Webb. menstruate with no now
1 u. : ,u I"t. .'tr.mxi I i .
I' i t I.r lit'iTIIK'f<. her an invalid or gives I hall take it off and
f f ,,,, of Mark Ability. The who clam shells! on n< w'
} } V Wiirtrat'iit.. :N<: Vntk. I men gather:
. t her a new lease: on life. Those w ho until I have passed the climax. liJ. .
| along; the Mississippi: ricer and its trilt-
( lUltimore. May! Congressman 1: meet this change in ill health sel- drew: ll now, I am Sure that y, Jt
and hold I
) RAISING TURKEYS murk's last fathered
J year
1 i Wine of CwM will be of
i't i Amos J. Cummings of New York : great bead!
t '
dam live tea afterward while
4 nearly 4I;.'i0.iniO Iwund". for which years : "

i r Th r. .. ,luau In II If <>n. II.. Jied at 10). ;CO;I o'clock lat night at th ey received more than $:')::;.u"o. I a woman who* lays aside the active I at this time.

llix.m anil ....... tlionl II liitfht. ChrHt Church hume in this city Thl<
womanhood Wine of Cardui ii the .
t In case of a cold wave warning K 0000 ,- duties of in health sel- rn
.1 .. cause of death gas icvi
N" lir.imbf 11. [nullify liiiHines i '
I" trlr;rams are often distributedttithiu i! rednfrceawomanaaat.I' .
I door fails to live in : '
on happiness,
: J I.4 I n Utuj tlian tinr.usin!, ,: "f lur.I dent; to an operatioii.: a few hours. and the! weather '
l i The wife and I' after she has passed 60. This{ that comes with tho t hunrP ,f '
e }tt .J. Leta. 'lhs! 1 Is tnii- whrlher tln-y are congressman's son bureau claims that in one instance $3- years I

I riit'.il fur market ji'irNi.-s "r for the f fharles H Cumnim s welt al Utawhen luu.uuo worth of I.rol'erty:1:> saved. i is truly a critical time. It re-e: tabli-'hcs\ healthy t1.

I 1 tl 1 1.111'i. flats i fur tlii' f..rm tln-\." ': '+Ishla, death came 1 A charter ctminission at Portland. Mrs I.allr9.rebb, of Toledo, i, after years: of mffi-rinsr 1 I-,.

sr j .- .1 nt-nt-ut liS well ai a prolit 'Tur Or., has> deculod! not to allow city Ohio, reeognues the change of life this it liw saved: 1 thou>an'!.- t
e Ktmuni hull mil f>iritic:: alit l they ;
I f councilu.en >25; monthly salarus.: but to and she also CTS just In tuuehi 1>0 ',
( u.not I IMliiiiufl JirolitillihMthollt as a dangerous period

. \ ,, I: i-....1 l r.-i.ue Tli,- tnrk.-y is un,ul>leii retain the present, sjstem of service'thout faith ill Wine of Cardui. She until suffering;: ii uP"nwritei > 1
.t l \ pay. t/jiokaue/ councilmen getioiJ 1
'! ; 1 '. tin fin.ier'.1' "'";t frii'lilreaw1. ough Irrrtratious: hti !
;; a moo th.n 1
"f e Pl> \ 1 ll.'lU-I I.+ ,' with a n>\' TE3C. U BOM. 'i advance. Begin: ; t!..' tt
S. "As I had always I been troubled more
\. : -' ,I- t. '" ISM* tli.-in 1o "in I!
or !less at the menstrual period I dreaded: C ar.lui treatment: III.hy.
: : I {a .i '-\ 'I 1.1\.j! I :: ..,. .< Ill-Ill I"I Ml, r"..rte."" he writes \ hnlr..ln" I'rfimm.

; ,.J -i In ,!,. ,: '. i \ riflll"I'' '' tiywife: and -utfr-red with that || Ray: P.riMvm. wh>' dl>n't jou INten!
". \ rlbl.. knuwti to Hlodsitt's after di' remarks''" A 1101.n i : i 1 '
t I uul! ''Ill, g; .l--'l I ;j' rand "tin MI : -: in:lady djfpepsiai l' WINE CARDVI .

, c. i1?, 11 an .'. /J(1I1! to (Tops i'i, I .J indlzr.U: T.ecatise picfer! to read them in Laf.. ,.I./f r
t .. \V ,
", I \Ve ei'tmnel.l-ed KudollMpej
. to USP sound
They sjmuch
i I' I..j.>.tv? t. i' 1 i mor. .J'I It.) .1-; morning; Ial'\'rs.
. "/ I \ )" i.i (.'unon tii.. recomineuda-
a better after th.'I'IH'rtf'r:; pntUlI'm
. "a'-'I.I, I- 11'1t1. U' I.r.1ls.| .\ field "til

; 1! ." i r i" tea r *iStHVH i- .1'IiItI. it> ili .. % n of dur diu.'i-t. After one do=e, in shape."-Cle\'!laud Plain Deal
.1 I'"j u: -I'oit' tune all those terrible
t tillb"P.. ? jrnif.-uopiMTs; .t'.1, ?r.
; m dy-j"-p-i.t{ t"rmflttpa--t'd I

' :4. I II <..1/.1'/ m..<--t ::.f<' Why the /1'ivntor / way. My appetite.{ ul-! ++ my wlft".1; { A LESSON IN HEALTH.

, '; 't! l Inter !.. .irim unl Ih.-n <'r.'alt'.1 l '.use buk and our food could i> en- HEAR ER

:% I } ;.r.ihhi>|'|"'rg t" rot it III'] is !1"\1111,1 my :' yed :1- WhtL we were :1. Ian l j!l! Healthy kidney* filter the impurities -
from the blood, and unit they 5
1", nub: *-. li.- netted tintuikiy to rat lurries; ;;:.
ki. I I do this good health iimpo i .iblfi .
"lla\"l not uttered! with! .
one day
to.: tin Kr.i->h"p|"-r. I IU thit is it net: y. i Foley's Kidney i Cure makeouud
tnytomuch iiK-e I commenced tn l \VOMAN'5 STORY
tt" liauiltc lalliT, and it has c+,tne t'> : I i, kidneys abd will positively cure all
Kodol I
II e Dyspepsia Cure, and 1
,tit. mill ltie. only! way I v-r out of tlii- form of kidney and bladder di-foa-e. .It to certify toodtFvI hare bra.. afll! IH
recommend< it to all of fellow .
i I aMMiJ. irvWISGi my with Scrofsla or $ roon f n1
'1 7 l lilflriit\! U tu nine the tiirkry and l tli-. :! Citizen--." jit| strensrthens the whole sr&tam. year The beat phyaicianaof Mobileai :
rI., the ilotilili/ prutit wliUli w<> pitf.Min Congressman!: rummii.e* came' to I 1V.. A. D'Alemberte 121! >. l'.1lafoxstreet. city e.l enuthlnlcouldbedonrvrme.I klarge

KMVint: the .lover nod tilling tlllrI'urw' P.altuuoie on Allnl| 11 M undergo treat I 1, quantities but found m tt nMy
of '
j limbs were II raaaa ulcers .1. iti
from the NI e of sto k.Wittimit nif-nt for XMney trr)1Jbhf'our days t.,, irl"! ---- -- was gent to a pbyiiclaa in U bile my .

a great rnnuc I il'i not Ii! I later an operation was iiTfnrmed by ,! ,'s ..f the pnlll, 1: Potato, Salad. body w.. a mass of aore I hat IIln. a. ahope ,
} and aa a last retort tried I' P P -
s ran !I..'', m: I J''I'r. lIul1h; }h Young soil) Cummit1li 1. ':a': '>r why advt'r !: It r ld I'ot.itoes are cut into slices after naiag four bottlea i amaUeiie tfcet "'tt I

pn.btablr l n> thy can with It. The y j j Serrated' to ha nn a fairay to rrcw- I, i : I r a It the lih"w!y and dresM-d with salt, 1'epjxr oil and have health entirely disappeared and my let 'tt
was never better than at the ,
Hff xi-ry hl'III'ftlt'r'l.. iiiul one I is al- l,. f'r}'. A week later. h9wPt"r, pleurisy( :| :. .... ":. '-::: .- t a n.'xllil.hor I vinegar III-o). It possible, with beetroot time end people that know me thick it pir a ." _

n,,o,t fiiritu i>"'rfti-.l' tin-in ThU! i j t, devfloppd and, on April :2":; it was anj ::1' :',.:,' : ..1: t'ucar t : )'. Ruur rt'JJ.'riI and tilery added tQ them, they derfnlcnre. ELIZA TODD, Mlltoaa..

t'.aki-o itii-iu s;>kj! IInl l often ic-iit-! in 1 j|I' n"'II'p.1 that Mr.; was sot I;I I::. -v tb.t. I ( s.Ys: the trou- { IU1111 excellent: salad.! Sprinkle a t a What woman can than be wor an other-e for

r Hi.I I I.*K of many lilriU. but If ghcr ferine!' ( from pnonmonu; in one lung. hIt In p- iui :iu: the I'TiN.! it K aSo little chopped\ paisley our the dish aii ll wlae beanttfnl akin COT- P P1 p
reed with lone and
gird rnitKion the furni they will rai.vI. <>t Tuesday it was ar.nouucpd\ that quite' ijieue to "!lOw I submit tlie i j aarui.h.- eruption Can yon .

tliii,,M |"-.-. after Ihej are tor ('iht:: l the malady hs 1 .'St n,1ej to hoth lungs t"I1I'IHtiurn': ; to s'.io\v the cost:: | ,,,/ blame people for avoil. Llr"m.a I

...t-k> ol.L In ..r.ler to i patent tl,,>:n i. More which time Mr. Cummings had 'how' Nu, 1 :{ '. dr:::, ; call t\hy the Hair nrntva Gray lei d women T TbeT thna are to af betwbawumanw.ntnRyy Great WemeThU ,

fri'iu ai.hKjii'.' iln-, nPl tiltI.>irh I l.rin.r': i' Lien hovering l II nweeii life and death. \prize. :4) twits; Iiirils away from home I As to the hair trowing L rar. It results pies ; Bf., ti

S them li.iin- .rli nitrlil until the luliitl '. nine days: ; {>:,"! dietJ from the l"ii:: i! in the majority of I-IM-S from the / ard hebumlll.tlnnof burning of .klo di iirealin I -..|. .

l..-. i.n..'.. ,, \ ii '11d-y hen come home Amos J. rumnnnps fontiiKment.iltie "; tiiidl eSi'eii. I I partial' IOMHJ of the hair cells: and the darll
of thrlr \ ', :: -i .iril ; fimkltnv.! Ilrnome was horn at Sll X'. credit .-..> !>!'ow XII ;::- ;, reduction! of the quantity of natural bodily Uwom.oonllhftoknnwth.t.n blemUhea are .nud tt f. ,>. .
i .umty K 'I" May r. \ r
t t I > .1.11'11":11' II ureat many .. 1S38.: His J-Q":1St: >. .*4.: ftish prizes' ?1.111. Show : color-in tuattir which the closing produces. and are curable I'. I'. P w"' :: .

I .7 '-r- ..r' .th!",r"'I.llhn..J stork are be- ,,1' !falhl r. Mos-s Cummings N u. ;;-I:\I.1"" >, $'J.JI); rash r./es.: $ I f akin blood dUeaaea, aud when.rUh the blood b.. UK. w'e
a of the Chris
I? a i,," rn ,.11,- the v.ilue: and Im- ILI'I'IIot.S:! ] ("f three !shows $10.1'), besiile ..4h P. P. P. i. a Larmier. vegetitle iand .
tiara sect and edit-ir of The Christian] tests .
tt I f t'.. turkey: Mtoy!: t'-K-ks'! 1 > the! frItU'..!c. whu-h is no Miiall!I I Rheum iti-tn was =o bid that i i.Iltnreeo/BloodPOlaoaBrrofel.HhermatlrmNenraltaUy ceTrr to: ertlicata. f- '.i. -
Herald/ .
and Messenper. In his father's rpai> < .t' '
-I! l'n..t.aB| : without (.""t. In 1 '! item as each bard tuna lie 'nr'l"ull)' James Irvin of havannah, could| 'affections. .
I} j otlk.0I0S learned to set type and he- 'hardly walk from in 1 hi .hoof FROM ONE OF SAVANNAH'S ,
I I p :itt'i'! and hoe! are fill' j i-xaminod legs and face wnh tl. h-t g 1 pain PftO.niNr.NT .MCUCIUN I
j I rirne a journeyman printer cler and joint*;; of hi 1'.1'. p,
'" ,t' I' -t h.irt! freeze the turkeyI s I Starting t Ihimled and phu-etl in an i-\libtion: : ; IPA; TO THE PUBLIC:
.. in New York i ( Prickly ash, Poke Hoot and P-ta-- I herewith
city liearnej his let recommend to the tnfferera of RhennatUm aa4 ,
bo. '
I 11'.1 1 hl coop two or tlntH' times to.t: them' a r
I ii r the I tbhn.! nod t'Ir k / .
'siumJwarwnrtedto. Llpman'a P. P. P., I ,
and Irvm as haecarrfnlly tested It and fnaud
IIIK at the oap in i> permanent re a
'.\ .. .n 'i I w Ii the rattle and hug nearly every IItateo axed to confinement and beinj hanUliil. : well and happy. (eon, who for genre baa suffered from Kheamatlatn ba. used It far for La I
the union rood results and hue not angered glace and if atlll vial It. wv.ld
I "IT u ...1. ttiMiM utliirnbe to 1. double ot.1| w 4
1 K" !lIlt
coat or at price. Yours
In 1V57: he was with the WaJker He wno is feeling miserable *iif trmly, CUAt. HMH.Uk
I < s \I '1' I '!. *. ujisic.roliKt: is tlien-i t'x'I At some exhibitions held early! In the
t pedition at :Mobile and ; ;' feriup; with Dy-pep-ia and indie; ;-
was captured 1
old fowls done
t 1- IInL.d I : into lui'liey. I II season : are not tnoitinj g. tion and Lippman Brothers Proprietors
often times with dizzines-' ,
I I in '.. kind .f hv Commodore Darts on the Quaker loon liirdare not in weight and 1 ,
r. i. meiit tint can l b>e ', ; up would do well to take P. 1'. P.
t v -i-::11 ll'ul! i'hi-uply niiseil nn the City. During the civil war he was serjnt !owl; Iioiti4 are not at their l-t>st t once. P. I'. P. ( I'ricklA*h. Poke at Wholesale Druggists, Urrmn PlOCk. SafaQDalu 1,1-

,inn ..* Its.. turkey It the finnersn > iP major In the Twenty-sixth New ,, either in plumage: or \H'igllt"UUII)g: font and }'.ttu.sium; will cure you -

4S t .'.w- with 100.1 tliiiinimlilired Jfrtsey infantry. After the war he was birds: lark weight, and K many g'M,1 and arrest the files-e ill its incipt -

t ', lr..111I line, the nmc ns they il
'i,. t.ii'roiurlil>reil "tiM'\\ and l they i which ultra he was night editor\ after indicate their! actual merit .\ would'' Terrible blood poison. body covered

,' n.,t|1' a d"II"Io' jirolit each y'ar- wards rite and imlitu-al editor I In l I.e buyer looka at the low score pal. with :"sores and two h'Jttleof P, o

t \t. i !lurlm Jon-s Anierican IVml-! HM he became managing> editor of the fished iu the juunials and thinks budlth'l'k P. 1'. ; Prickly :1..h. Poke !Root and

u- I I..urll;,! New York !Sun hut resicn>d in 1S7bPr'anse 3 issn't worth moth Potas-iuui I cured the disease. m:tkIUK WILL MOYHR

< -- -- of11\ health In IST8 he as t : the patient lively aa ten-year-

'lmi',1 the managing; editorship of the Foley's Honey and Tar "lIt:1I1I old.

loins I law;< York ntpro I at John Kelt's rgnrst. r. an opiate* and can *afely bl' nrr u Keeps a Complete First-Class Up-to-Dato Stockof

-1 1 > ,until1, "If henii which tl'rtllM! IK but rrlnnl! -.I heau of Kelly'sf t" children.V., A. D':' It'ubt'rte. cnllor cacte.cmc u Fine

b t .1 I !,, o... i,. lie taritti with Hie di hostility to Tilden and rrturned tr, I:: ; :-'. PJlaf"x srert Staple and Fancy Groceries.

-.t '-r---N j in R.imil I'lymvutb (The Sun For
two he
ternns WII" pn v \
J. I i I.. I" '." f."I.... may 1...* matedi. lien "f the New York Press club I.oa' .. c war 141Anrr.: No. 30 W. Government St., Salisbury Block.

,. DHT ',< a: U ..1"1' ,. w L .'.. .. aime.e Inn all
,,11.1 l .c> IMT cent lit ft-itilt In 1..SR h . -'-
ate Plated to the ftththB : trrt Ail -'i r .,, u, i..1 .% i i ua N y (Or.Genuine. I,4 ll.l.HMIOM \' .
: i- I.' at, .1. 1 went 'four lnm
i! y rnngrpss; from the :?Kth. or U'al! :; stamped C C C. Never sold: In bulk.
I I. -i 'e mateil lit line lirilt!I
!street district Tn tAR' he started, T1f h.-- Beware of the dealer ho tries to sell
1 'J i j..1 I' suits ol..It l..l 1 t.I 6
i Kxetuni Sun and ran its cirrtiUtl IIi "something just as jood.
. '
I' i j i T "rtly ll.llllllj n"" to iii'i.ono' in short time He "A"r.i !! /1'lir>!/ WOOD AND COAL.
t. d ,.it'! klioii d i lie 11I:11..11" Inal.''
a rer.ominafion! to congte; in 1Q"t h,> This Aigl1: ore i la oa every box: of the penning i
j4! 'f .-illy!l \ .;:, r. ..-. ., '..1 /In .illli). fur in tilt t tu l ixati\e
tans: of Inshihty M afford' 1':1l11ltlll(1.a"s"I ,. Brorao'Quininc, '
i'i '>'O'.I':,14: |I" :., ., i :i." n< run of tlise.i* WE r.XPKCT '
the TO SITPLY Ml: Ilil I t''EL 1 II. : ,
r !-nientf. hut ('n S S. ('J)\'C: .'. ,' remedy that carts a cold In one da.r. KIDNEY DISEASES$ A
t told.'t.ipt. .. .:.t. ..f t l'ie: .lollll;; d'lI'k*
in the Ninth di"tri\+'t he '.
w': v' THIS
WIXTKU THAN F.VKI: I I. M l lda Kp '
ti .t it htroli. .": i is tiisiuitiiu! | lli.ilI '' .
i t.) th" rarer; } and was re-1': t. <
if m ii I K:'\i I :.. 'i :soil l". W ,loin!,'tl!
i !fT with : i .' i I I. _r.n' .1 hr 1',.'. if the fifn -sec'ond ,i: en s- "f CASTOR 1 IA are th. moat fatal o( til SEND US YOUR ORDERS f C w

''iri'nrn s nor a national; t.'; 'I1.i"' ,
.1 For Infants .
__ i- i i "wspaptr correii' +ndla i-ni, w I' and Children.
iiI Thompson Olsca d Go.
i. I i '" ':' and useful cirerai. The ,
Kind You Have KIDNEY CURE !i IInrtitii4
1 r --r- __. __h__ Always Boughl

FIFTY PERSONS PERISH IN FIRE. Bears the RtlMJ] Manresa Street, Te"fh' / .

Bb nture ofoCIIOOI.I '

N "J": 'I i ''lnlH.I l .- Town In Egypt:: Swept; by Terrible Con or money refunded. Contiicirenudlei TIME TABLE.
f''rn beml
I I i- >\e n i-iilll' recognized -

'I I :. -' 'J iliiritli III'WIl. F. }'rlt. Max :3.-Fifty r"r-"n. !ool "l'LIt; lent physicians the but f lot LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD i

I'N' II. ,ii1 -ni-t t".i| .iI i- ha' perished, in a fro at Mit Gimti: u IN EFFECT I hl K .. )II.H 1 I/.

If' It IKMi mil ,ilnl Inn i Id n |JlIIII' a lawn on the right Innk of tin. Tlami'lta \t C. \. Ihompeon's No. 11 South Kidney and Bladder trouble

i ; "1 ''U'111 I I. 1141'11'111'''', tllll\ "ala''II.B New Orleans and Mobile.
..... branch of the Nile 'JUCI .. .... ." --.._ -
I ..< Ii lirllcr.1 few iIe wtl =ides the H.lndJrd
.n\ iii >. c?'i I : !.I-' "i lireIn- Tho ftIII'r.: .' startH hy tlir- intP's'U tiont-ry we have, in tint line of st:a'| W A. D'ALEMBERTE.U'EEKLYHCIIKUUJLl: "o. 0.4. i So.t.: I. '. I ..
hot weV"T .'va'.liri with enrelopea 7.1: II 1+:1t. mil :'", p Lriev. P.n.atot Arrlc 5 n .
iti c-l ltxu,, l h ( ''11..1 li- p' ;; II
:: .1".1.| | ; to match II
: 9.7 R :!::!:; p L'r. a [....CVFI'tmaon i 1.-... I : ;. ,
|1.11" Hi, \ InHOSTETTER'S Th'HFanl of name reMdem e* and Ii'lyal Crv-tal: Hond. 11 ut 1 a i;:!; p I ;::t5 1\ Lrav" :'1'h.l.. Irate 1: a' nit I. ,a' r P n .

.....1111.1. -!),1 stores were PF'royf'd. Hurd' Holland bond : r I|I :. -=..: e:!ip 7Y. R 1 1...xr.r.. nn.a..r l-ye "p : a I

Ladie: Art
.t :; \ Mrnn Invinaatlnn. Kt-reiarn Mail. Etc.
MOM ACM UF1"FIkS: "fl,> the birds come and (pick ap tiebrendorumbs Arti-t*' )!aterial Offico Sup-1:, rKNSACOLAKLECTIUCTKKMISAjIIAILWAY \o. !. \o. I. :''Ie. 1 '. ,

front jour hotel Hun pile-. )!t'n1oranaum Book, Etc. COMPANY.! llaiipm 15:15p m I...arn P.n.arola Arrv. :ftt II iu r I a
All new and bri't.t. AISam A:57pm! Arnrr :lo.tgomrry..Irav {I.ISam _
"They iiMtl to beft. EJ wife began: --, TrklDS leave PeanacoU for the 1Ii! am 4pr'pm Arn" 1i.lmlllllIa'Q I...rr. e.p .m 'I.I t
I'') u-ake her Lau 1:0Spm: 5aoa' 11rn"H a.bvillot I... .
breaJ. ure
1 n -...*:-AT-:> own -Judjo.; Medical Society, Attention. .H yoo Fart, Rig Harrllllcal L.youWarrlnlton\aq at Ytrad !T.aI..tlll'a m m 11:5\1'1:1:1:: a a m m I Arnv Arrv": ,; Cloc'llnati 1.0 Q:...III.. hears Lrat. a 1 :"S, pm.m &

i Don't Start Wrong. There will be a regular meeting of A:90 a, in.arrive at Fort B TBin: -7:+1a m _I.m.: Arrre to4ll..olll. l.eara '.I"pm II I.

gt Dni't tart the summer with a :he Peasacola Medical Society at 10M 1::uo A.p.m.m.arrive arrive at kt Kort Fort Karranoai Karraacai Ii5pnc :" a.n: PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION. -

: HICK'Staurant I iiu::erug: cou;h or cold.Ye all ;he Bard of Health office at '', p. m. arrive at tort Harrancai 4.;IS p n: -

know what summer c,)!id" Is. It s )'clock p.m. Tue day. May lJ: and 2 t- "eaSpmarriveatFort 8:00 p.m. arrive at Fort Barrancai Harrancai 8 7npB::'ti : No.I-Dally No I-DaU71]
[ tic lutde-t: ; kind to cure Visiting phvricuua are cordially Tralni leave Fort tSarr.aD.lor Yen p u tt '' pm 7:01 a m jL...ars. Y''aum. Arnre --P-;t : ;; -

'hang s on" through the entire ;easou invited to> a: eu.1. oola atTlSa Ut6 night" 7:13": P.uhrmu .. I' ff'.. -
DR E, F. m. arrive at Pen.aeola .... 13t; 719 !i
Take it in h.uui ri.rt.t new. A BRCCEPreside o.ina. n: U'3" 7.1t 1. .. .... .. I.
'' .
at I"
ll:00p arrive Peolaoola.-l1:6 "
: m.
I few do-** of Minute : p.n Uj 5 "
One ) 7'i"
Couch Cure I' : 5lalat !
nt.I ,
2:00 p.m. arrive at Feaiacola h.Dt
I will set you rkht. sure cure for DR. W. C. DEWBERY, :5na:' p m arrive at feniacola :i.tfp.o 5tion I: 11J\W": 7.N": .. .". Harp Oo 10:21": .
i I U I" 1 3t .. .. ..
I 25ttt 7.91() m. arrive at Peniaoola_ ria t Clly I l/a ,
cough cola Secretary. p. t.ii ..
I ; croup !!nr. bronchitij p. I i I It.J1': iG71 ... .
j arrive Pea. : tIlltoQ "
l.tBp. m. aooia
__ .. 1't.W
all throat J.IOB; B l.l) .. "
and lun* trouble. Ab- i ..tureS.71 only I I I : 1m. _._.Go | 4olut-ly afe. Acts I I SS" 15" _.. .. H 01 II ..
at Children
D !
once $:.5. It.t $:.3 2:11" of "
p real FOB Will sue 'I Y. .._.. MiIItaas "
like I I .. .
it.One Minute Con b % .. .. : a
? ; :.1)1" __... .
Cure n the The prettiest bunch 10 the Racine feniaoola Fort retira tAt I .Cr"\'I" tII" '1
bet cough medicine I [ I I'JI" M" It .._.l'.rL.lleS ..
l ever nt'.1." !lays J. P B" wle[* Launch. 16 foot one-H. P., seats six, ',|;> Penuooli Hen-acola to to Palmetto Navy Yard Beach ana md return rdcra_ H ih* I I I.( "" ;II) _.." )!o..)' JI".11 .. ';., ".

1 i in all styles Oroveton, X H"I never found J runs very fan. The: Racine Launch I>| SCSDAT I I .1\ 8\1"; .Utiaaathprlnl" ". .:14 It .,
Oysters iCBIDCDB." "
i i .U" _. .
is the one adopted by the PanAmerican Arul" 1... '.
anything that acted -o safely, When weataer! palm.!. tile! raaalnz 01 I I 1f.I', 8.61' ".. ... .Yoace: 4r Leon ., 1:0" .
.t: and quickly Har rii' Phsrma: cy' Exposition in Butfalo because i open coaches lal0 1011), ..W4U.llle 'IT" A
Short orders promptlyf John heppard, Sidney Kahn. they! are the bet, more reliable than Lent Feniaoola LT Forl Birriiiat I I 6lli! 11 W .". ... l'.r7."le ... N.. fI1" 1 I wI
i I I 1o"J' .._,_.. .,._
other .. .lIoo.r. '
they m 'VI' I
any ; are U .
simple, seaworthy I B. Ayr: ) of
I I I 10..T" ... "
: filled 111. m, II .Ibipley '.IT" I I1
!safe and full guarantee.: : m. eAJ 1I t7. "
J TOBACCO Lippni Brother, 1 p. m. I p.m..S'S 7:jI) 11:25: .cottolieSaIt .. I a.te I ; a ;
D SPIT Savannah: Oa., < I .M.rliltana s r. 1. .1
0 N Ip'mJj' ..
T 7 ..
f t Best the market I and SMOKE, ; !are agents from the manufacturer, ? p. m-. I t.I T.tiJ.: 115 1Iti.t.. to. .Una.l'ypr..' If! j .., at

a i our Lifeawayl, | and carry stock: of these boats at all i jp. m 1.01'- 1:1,6, aroma Haw RleSl". Fat 1
Vou Ipm. d. 6 :OJI
i can beeorrlcf I
affords! I any farm 'f tobiro; mini time< : sizes : IS ft., 21 ft. 25 p.m. 8U'" UU" ,
f tally, I* mace well strong. t:11 talf ft., on ) i p. m. f p. m. ArnnR.rJIIDCUOIi I J
s "l
!I new life anJ Igor by tikc MO-TO.B hand: to be shipped at a mamen t'I! ) iroiicvoAT' :

Private parlor for :j that makes wtit mea sirocg. Many It'ia, notice trial given to any one wit raniaoolt Barrtaoai: Hirj : '
I I pounds ta lea Cars Over SOOOOO ing to purchase.: ;; Ilrd n4r tara_____ I
cutii. I

a ? 1 dinner parties. j I IJUJMEBV Itt and All iJnce CO dnifrgKU, \FREE, oats Cure cr AJJreu sew euirantcrl\jtk.STERLING. Bicij 4.)7 mUtt LIPPMAV. :Savannah: BROTHERS, U'I, I Peullcolll No ntara freight to reeeaed-PalmIng_ liter Xeaoa l.lj _p, _B tat, U| I I I I TRy TIE nw N 5' WAIT COLOMNI !

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Flowers 1
'" J"-- --Fonowing-th-e: t I

... )( )! If I'rlneeton'.Able Twlrler.TV. f Former Secretary Does Not AnticipateAny
.".. "- II. Uliderhill, the leading pitcher Immediate: Changes.New It a title always associated with the name of the author cf that column in the Ladies' Home Journal!, Eben E. I J I '

TRIP t ti Rexford the Wis. and writer. One thinks of nature lover like lit Reiford as the
"\ OCEAN ; at I'rmcetou this year should lead<< the York May 3.-John D. Long, : Shiocton poet tory always a
: possessor of bounding health and superabundant vitality, so it sounds odd to bear that he was t confirmed I I t

HOST ON V Int -olIfjiate{ twirling list at the close former secretary of the navy, who is dyspeptic not so very long ago. The story of his trouble and its cure is best told in llr. Rexford' own woitia. I .

sf\N, Oak) I lf the swifon. He wound up last years In this city, says he does not anticipate'' "llancg need of a remedy for indigestion" writes the floricultural editor of

.I )u I I t p133II g sensational style, wi'tJnin any Immediate (hang(;& in the presl- I

EASTERN RESORTS i, ;i dint's cabinet. THE LADIES' HOME JOURNAL I i 1 !

t j' 'There has been more or less gossip "I dtdJed giving Kodol Dyspepsia Cure a trial expecting only temporary relief but am glad to say tiat a few ,

'. \' \l\\\ \!) he said "about Secretary: Hay bottles afforded permanent relief and restored the tone of the digestive organs to iu natural condition. I ua I, t

: and Secretary Root retiring I think heartily recommend it." :

Ilt....ltlrC11.MPA..' k % they will remain. Secretary Hay has '! NORMAL-CONDITIONS ,

I Breea..1'k ,. I I htenery succt-ssful. His spruces to are referred to by Mr. Rexford as natural conditions. This is undoubtedly the correct view. The normal man is a l I { s

I. ,Noni, of Ot..n % I IeNaCFT I the country have ben extraordinary healthy man. Health depends on the digestion. If the digestion is good the health is good. If the u i

i allntv each WeeK and his administration! of the state department : poor the general health always suffers. K;

\ Ji 1 fr0mSavannah.;: Ca. y.F has been marked with many DIGESTION IS NATURAL; INDIGESTION UNNATURAL''

:' .. .* brilliant achievements Secretary; Root i j
\ ., ,. <<. is a man of unusual ability and force." But! so many of us have strayed away from natural conditions that few people are really healthy. lUsty eating :
'"\ "How is the navy fretting along, as irregular hours, mild dissipation a dozen other stomach destroying customs of the day have made djspt-psia and :

y,. .i compared with the navies of other indigestion the characteristic con plaints cf the generation. If the sufferers knew how easily such troubles can I f; ,

na Lc cured there probably wouldn't Le so many of them.
1 .. ... es '...eI..,... turns"' he was asked.

..'.......0.. It. / First rate. The appropriation bill KODOL DYSPEPSIA CURE s-

i ......... tI.. j/ ki1 I It for the t
....- .. .It.r '. nary contemplates the building I Trill do just u much for others as it did for Mr.Rexford. It II l not K> )

{ .c.c -;ee r uC'C r'lircr of two battleships This Is not So much a medicine as a digestant. There have been and are other dyspepsia

7177-- great a tuniber as some of the nations'are remedies which afford temporary relief by digesting certain

DllA' building, but it is k, Filing us along'' I classes of food. What is really wanted, however is a preparation I II

.1 Nt II MUUHI.V. with Of: rtnany." which will digest all classes without the stomach's aid. This is thee

result Kodol: Cure. It is the
by Dyspepsia only
As to his plans for the future Mr.I accomplished prrp.ilii'tion
.1'.. i. f t :e i
which digests any and every kind of food. You need variety. A

(f.-:.. r.J F-- : ,, .ong aid: \ diet is often injurious. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure renders a diet entirely

rn.t- r '.e "I am going!: back to Hoston to re unnecessary. It rests the stomach by dige'tinK what you eat. This
; tl KURKthe practice of law. I do not rest and the wholesome tonics contained in Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
Iota w', > -' \1 rl
Ii e-Kpeit to traul extensively! for some r sour restores perfect health.

r"riou. ani'v tim- This is about the first time in 4'years !' WORD OF FR4I4R"I

that I could fell that there is no' "1 woe troubled with indigestion a long lime"write W. II Boturth, rrcmt
rent mt'rcbanil1nd mill owner of lure Air, Mo. "I consullrd a numtxr of doitaia
.> ... niI' demand upon my time" / I and trtd many kinJiol medicine but nothing did me any swab I-Inllll,1 toe It
em I rw w K.I il l\'prp Core A Ifff bottles cutra me of luj complaint.: I heartily
altls a reowmcud it to all tuSererf from stomach trouble"
-. in / An Anti-Dispensary Plank. tl
1' it. inB hail T,.pep. a for fifteen jears"M Jerte Lora tmrrat mrrchaul cl
a:.d '! -!. i Ma-Inn Ala. Mav 3.-K. R. Glass 1 b b, ri. "I tried all lords ol remedies aud cut mednine from many doc
d\ J ahl1 :JrG t"- of montmui.. candidate! for the lepislatnre tcznta."I got no relief. Lately I have been u'mg Kouol Iiyprpiia Cure codices
t hDi:letter ever sime I started I have an apflile and whit I eat agree: it
I pn hm! h< rn in Marion this week i 1 must cue tte credit to Kodol I'vfcpepMa Cute and _uuld recommend }

..1.:: 1.'nand looking! after his fcncfs Mr I Glass: Isj I w. n. ctbeu tuoeriDg( from the dreaded diseux ot d>>pepua."
i. i inI'M
inI running!; on the dispensary platform ', Prepared by E. C.DeWitt Co., Chicles. The It 00 Boltla contains 2>{ times as much (by actual measurement) is IbIllllll'

I makes I but gars his platform on this line fthich sills lor 60 cents. 1

applies i nlv to" t'n.on'own: He Is t
I thoin'ish'v; : Democratic and think the'
r i via 1'iekm. ..
I : directly affettod should hl-
>. -np'e j jirvilppod

." for to settle (fw'h local iupstions '! MIDUIIt.UYThe I : I I
is :.innyV.Utl'ier THE GARDEN SECTION
Inuit\ Mr O'a:
'1'1rt..tlUa-t r j mr of thp wealthipst c'.t'f! >is of ')f Dtlenn< her service as :I
'. w. II. (r'CU'TSY" VM'EKIIILX. OP 1.INCLTON rerfount v The man who beats him fir-t-cli-s neen-ed midwife nave C>FoPensacola i

ti"'" t\\ i> .Lun.11; -h Ip satins:: against will hato hllHlp. tug had 35 years experience. ,

\.if.! ;rid li* ui'iio-irs t" bo rounding Calli!:,ib."t of references from I Florida y

Into tinl l brit form tr his eiiifor.I Killed With a Rifle. MRS. M. OinnES", !

mlcrhiU! bail from K.i: I.t OranL-c. \ Florence S. (.. May 3.-Bull Jack ; jltf Hi outh DeVHlier rt. Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.
I ,"ml S 1111,11B. :N. J. \\lirrc I h,.' wi'H faint in lrioul" I
pon. a negro was accldpr.tally t.ot by ,, ---- -
S ''1'' "'bailer' ) l.rimlifs ..f amateur sport. He has i! Mr Anrtriw Mtildrow. a prominent nit Rubber hose, ;Ill sirs, at \

1.Ity.! 1 on the I'nncfton varsity ftwt !i> Beautiful Lots for Sale.
Muldrow's mill ;a miles
len at pond
i \ ''I I I .\:1l\: : I I.lil team fur two jcars and is no unIIIIM the Willix Hardware Co.'s. .

'. ,rt.nit ti uro in track athUtus. i'i, from here Muldrow was shooting fish 1 i i Ox137-'' feet at from $75 to $200 each accord-
I 'n 1 :1'11a with a rifle and thp negro was taking; Do you want a mairmticeM watch 1 II '
1 ism 1 t""I'rh'I! |ilulin! :; !. the Tilers'Ll.f them out of the water. In attempting for little monf'If -o, call on ', ing to location and surroundings.
I this: aud. alil.
ti'jH-inlfiiiv season
,, to hand the negro a cigarette! the rifle Stephenthp jeweler. He will ac1 1, -- -
.. iuh unfurtuiute accident on the '
; I was cnentallv! discharged the ball commodate you. I .;Exceptionally Good J Neighborhood Beautiful View
t.-i'-" nnith.rn tuiir laid' him out of .

i'". .::.1:11' teiuNiriril.r.| : "]Iut")." as he { pacing through the abdomen The High Dry Fertile Lands. s

In his, old time I Intpro lin?< red in great agony until I Ii Ser lone IT 1! by 1my 11 I ..
\ 't known now \ -- ----- ---
HOP fi fiso death! came to his reluf ri\ '' '
ffl r & 1 ..II'! ,,," i J your frtrrti- I, rhe grandest opportunity for investment ever ;

II 'r ml is on Hit Princeton baseball! tare at Jlfarston $ Qitina's
ThereInureeatarrh tln. : cffered in Pensacola. L'
.! ': :I..sear and tusrtber with in ( ( I '
tli > than all other Great Furniture Emporium. -
tutu of
> cinintry ---- -
\ .. \\ endeavor! to defeat the Ti-
s 1i|I- M-" put toother: and until the I Home Seekers Should See These Lots. t{
.' tiir! own den during com-
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Ja..t few yearwa. ".np|>o.:etl 1 to be incurable. i\ I
and Japanese i I. i <'. r1.i 'nt Wt.l'IIJ'rhil1 is cert I
; For a great many yetrdoctors ,
i I.. 1'\1" \ lullltla iriiueaii::
.iy Goods, ton iiioncy pi lore will\ I.e! on hand to ''I hasps and jire-cnbeii. local leineilie-: i, iI .

(bask the haiue-i tt the orange and and by con-tantly failing: to cure by I
i 1 \ > CHINA TEAS. 1.11..10 local utmeiit.. proiiounied it in- Dr. G. II. Tuttle, j Garden and Alcaniz Streets. !

-- curable.: >cietice has i>ro\en ca-

."Idol bt. strrniclh of Hll Lragae.. tarrh to be a ili-"a"... i i Dr. .J. G. heard, '

-1<' .l.i I Fla The n''!: \ laill::: htu-ntfh I.f tilt alit) tlien. I lore n"quire-constitutional I t

s'" and Alner.ia'i leagues waI.I.IPII -> ayl. trt-aUIII'III. Hall'- Citairli: Cure, ilIIauufa.tul'I'd | DENTISTS. 'rc, BKEXT. WM. II KXOWUtS- W. K 111 Ktt JK.. J. K<< KKKME.

by F.J. 'ht'IIt"I.. II P.-dent.: v .ce.I'retidrnt l'hltr.\u t l'a.hl.,
| 4>f warm conjecture last sea Toledo.. Onio. i- the only e'n-titu- I] KOIIIIIS 7 awl '.>. MaoimTemple,
CE C WANTED.' son and now that halt a duren promttietit tiltllill euie on the maiktt. It i Itakin I- :
:Vitlo'ial' : hate deserted t > All branch t>[ MjrKieal. i Ilprrauvr aId!,
: pl.i.VHx < internally in dofrom !III
f 1..t'IJIUI'j\III"IIII!>try prrfonuldwit1UIVIll !t -
T 1AIVAGE, '10'I I II I 11'1i1!'s elans the ii! <-euMi' >n Kun drop to a tei-['ooiiful. It actih- 'kill.SptrlHl First National BankOF Ii

I .\i,1I' -' to IKrenewed.. It IS !1.ndltall! thati rictly on the b'ooil! atul inucou- -uifaceof '- Httfntion tr\tn III I'I! htl..I. .
1IOld, ... the -"'tl'l:1. They oI! 'r usehundred 1'rrthl.nldandt'urr,'taiu hilluit., :
"t lot'I'I" of L.I'I tu *!! thew
|I" panics. and .
.. U ti.Ivi dollarfoi; : it fails BridgeTurk. "r.o\\'I'
u .d... tennis uf the twi leagues will any tae I (I-t: \Iaterurilntupet.-i: : I- ,1"11' -
| tll etll'e. :ellI for ciiculars and < ?- ITrlrphonc I PENSACOLA. FLA. :
t.. |I' nwl at the close (>f the coining I Ii
s I
tr. H'CUIthSI -. .Adiln". No .
..Ph.ladel- t..i:!..':-i. r'fI.lli!.U I .y of Chiea;:"is warm i' i ,
F.J.l'Ju: aY&'tI.. I I iI DIIiEoP: : I: Eh '
.1 k >.lln,' ,..k! .....ite of the jil.ut.! and he i-udei\nr; Toledo Onio. I I
.1 1 !" ii tt.-h\ Ills rhaniiMmlntc; Sox ': :Sold: by .tru :;;i-t", Zic. (ilLI\ .- \n I;"lo\: I' WM. H. KNOWLE8. W. A. BLOONT, F.:C. BRENT .v. K. YKK. JR !i ;
I .. .. I D. G. BRENT, ,
i "i n t Hartley IrefurPirates lai! I -- - -

: DIHECTOHY) :y ir. Mil li'ithili, ; eatne of it. ThrrI Another T>ron <'ro.heil.Flrt '

I '.. Hie I 10* feaslti'e.'! WOUld I* probta'ilf!' : Othoe! II.>y-Iw boss told me I

J.\ i'rSOrpYTBIA .I'-!' 'w1'.I I,: definitely: settle the ('1'1"!.''' ', should sate at least half! what 1 eaniuL 'rmi ip d Pt muU Itiw A =! M\! \ n S o!1L :; ,

Second: (fllIiIoy) I -Wot did you tell
I |1t !ill .lie blot 6n the shield of the ';
a Jtr: \" :II. K ..r P., him --- .1
\ i ':i'i l< azue. and that is its lir.izt i I I I C"Wesw our own Bills of KxchacRe: on (mat P.rltaln Ireland t
'i.InOM first Office dat would
r Ma n.y-To\cllllm
'1"1 i mi'inj of eontraet: jiiiiiunI To (Jreenville and Montgomery.
: ;
at! I .. |I.> tlkllI Germany. France. Antria; Italy Holland, Hpaln Beldam, Russia, Nor
be at least f'jur times !
me salary leaving L ni. ,
lu .Jo
uiou Depot at ::
I' I I. V.III I t' \iin'ru-iiii now Iro* on its roils the p '
p; say, dwe: : -". Denmark and other European COT.ntr't18. it
I four Puck. aturday May Hi tieket good fur
-t number of contrail treakers I ,
> J ;T..J' I" L I hlr4 eOr1ta11y -.r :"all" *. "ItreaktrN aheadT': will one diy leavn, i ; Montgomery: at LrVo..Bels Disbursed 'h.. Most FatorubJe! I .
t' I ""'OIU.L 4m >* '.. I i1! r < r> If this dishoiinrali'e support I Obligations Taken Payable at Port of neBtiLai'oii\ Tin cr Fifteen tafter
h I May-I am Mire they IUU!>have been round trip. to either place >'.' ln., .
K K t I.. of 1:liiHiness! methodGiitimi, andi Ve iel) Arrives there!
,. gentlemen burglars that united u.. From Cantonment or Century -ameii : _____ -_ __ j i
I : \-i rriii: -aiii' will te entmly! t"l, < 1'en-actda.!: :Secure: ticket-i :u..jcar !
I (hey otl'I'II\.1| to play the plan.i.'label1'h Safety Boxes for +
DepoHit Rent
1 i Kilt "au.\thin!: to Ut til':1: that sleeping: bertha from L. & N. Connection !:
IsnothinB' Theones
,.....11I" in l>v the battle houl } ticket a.'Piit. There will lie lit} more with which we have R Private vartment for the U'of .. Ii
that usited i us stupiH I Ion:; !'
i it-* l.kelx; that th> thruwiiii; two and three d ly exeurionthieaon. Renter "
at I'ArletII enough; to play a game of in\oll'-! For further itiforniition: I : "
t to weakmmded but strong! allply '
i t''.. I tllSil'rs'iIl wii ct-iue: to ,!

l 1'an Johnson talk. Hour. Ktor ; -.
othlnc lit enact Of. Peru THOMAS.Kxcuriuii i 1862.
I I' r-,.iial stand jaiiist! contracti
"Yes," said the orator "I am a pelf Manager-; I
; >, I tut! lie has been sidetracked. t
made "'-- ERTING
'I i .. "..' w ,II of thlutli'IJulI mana4 man --- McKENZIE: & CO.
"In that the .
i case was reply "you
; :"u. :e Il..ttl.
t CORDIAL are a \ery serious reflection on your James Hughes. a -DEALERS 711- -e

t J I. own worl.wl1l1sbID.-Chicao: Post
tr ,. s.. I e \V.nilrrfn1 JnkrVi'ni's Keellry. l
Ship Chandlery and General Hardware
e :rr'nrn.n.lrm | '! one of the most tetiiarkalile Wants Others to Know. FOUNDRY, ,

1 i i'la> of l tw..Ia 's I Is Jake "I Iwe u-ed DeWitt'Little j
1..N. IRS I l.t: ". who Is f.mrtientlM : Karly Ki-er- for cuss-tipatiou and Machine & Boiler
i..i > llliJ' : Shop
,, ... .
-. ........... oJ"vAGENOY i
torpid liver and all 1"I-ht. Iam -
.. they'tre '-
:i-i !'a t year w "i! tin 1 'i'i I :' ;
of i, .lal I : jlid to inJorthem for I think REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROERLING'S HONH
i-.i-; In spite :I ise < Netat Works CO:'H
:" i'ajer. H' .. "> :l', tl. 'a.. of thE I when we I lint :a good s "thin;: ueousghtto GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. BUS;!3EL:! A BON'S PUMPH. ';
let other- know it. writeAlfied I t
1 ;-.' twr'nty-t' !% ..ttesx .'I i .l lie Natioua No. SOl S. Palafox Emu erdiii Ftlits! Oils. ItGtical lostrcrce ts
lleniie, Ilnill(') 111. 'Ihey never Street Clara, lithn, hilnCOMPABHrOS.
,...11fur :>' .. i .ir*. He I : never hit {ripe or dltreeSur.. -:iffHanri pill., i I II l'SALYONA
\\t'OL.\ r
ui If'I. i' _''. I I i h'!, met It.!: I tall for an ; -' }'h.lrlllar.r. John Sheppard.ridney I'EXS.COI.FLA, I .lI
.... U1 lie has touredi Kahn.Foley's C McKenzie Oertin? Collecting Agent for Bar Pilot Benevolent\ AMO '
I : !1I.h: I.S : ; : I !

I 'j : !.IRr Y Of f MUSIC. "' -saOaat! : :luhe$. has I been t( Saw Mill Work and Re- ciation. I t tI
-". iiiius and if all the I'lti-hers Honey and Tar I I .

..1'd were iuar !:baled together; pairing a Specialty. I

<:'jl Dirrciir. .. .1 I form a reyinont.; lip has cures colds, pre\ents pneumonia.

: I 17:*. lrs: and senreU 1.'.'.M nnsatcrast1 : I EWE WILL FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE I i'

i :: fur' the fourttvi .

1 VL.IIU Pip. .:'' 1 BEST FOR THE .\\r.IP..,,, .ItWln,..".far_ n.nI ., ;:

'"'III7. lnt.n. -- T9 1 Best 1 1 .olwrsl. !w.? [ T7:1et I
Ili- w, r' i t j
-' .. ,
.M nf "t. Simon. t uar ....'a .u "
BOWELS! I'll' II. ,
i,'..h Concertirci 1 I 1 I .' ... .
I i i: M 11"t' the famous sixty Ur I Irl
v err .t to r I -' ; ,
< (>*tra. th..ii>.ittt" !ilainliur and the tel If T..a flan t a r..1., ht? tti wtnnt, of the nt N ...'it.. .. ,_n.rl., .... '.. I
I. .
.r .
tho11! -:(ad: dollar Frankfort, has foalet b.O\,\IC r .'1',.y i ').'. I" "II' I .!'"I'.r.Karr ynttr w U/fyis f -y IatW1'1'1 .r ,...4U1 ., -. .
[" la ui. .a tor eyaa u., '.' .,... ...
'' SIC Far'isted a 1.lltd.t Ills by Nt. Miuou at James KIxeei.'S l--t.Vail.' '. m'' '-1\I' say .1'r ter.tag Ite'r bo.t.l .. a.b...1..."..r'10..1 Inearr' er, ,

Castletoll (\K>.> btlld\ KeelH CaafADd l""'*tt I a tAk Da'llr... ; y. iraL.f; l. :,,,;' ,' I I ,
: ::H eft. ., CANDY And the Bet: Liquon ael n 'L \T. Y......... "!.'...... rr .. e I
|1,1..1 :>o1l.1.< for the mJtThe fitly I It Is I I.. .rrr ft 10 left s; ..... <.. I
.. I I '.,..
of all ,
CATHARTICEAT kinds served bj ;" .fa .or .. ." t
H t.1 1 1U ;..' t rat ;get of St. Simon to be foaled! Polite and Courteoui )t.., .,. i IIIW t Iv", rt". ......' ,.....,",, N." ''..,. _.. ,.

!' ': i'ie! nited states and is a sister tc Attendant ... St .1, .. \1.l ., 1 '..Dll/h.."I.. I ,
'lj'WIIY .
? f; ,1.1 r It ; tn. M r.rrp .. .
.i..In-r tr
) "r. a 1 a r II Vrf'
\ -I.-.M lieimont's thousand dot( 1 .... ? .
twenty Yo'I
a" I s \\
r. rut '.r '
.. .. ,. r.a pm... .
; ..
I 'T'r. I."olt. "}: w x !
\eir:11\.'. le.i.v.J ). lam .. t I.I 'I" ,_ I. ,', ,,, .". II iDAC.
FINE QUAlITy. .... n I.. A'-'L, W1UI1..t.' ) 'rare ," Itua't I.I.j ,.

:stfJSE1t l \'U' never !MeirJ! : .If a-iy milK U-il : SOAP CO.. [Of. 12th P1nE Sts' ST. LOUIS, MO.
'c' :'..v '- \II" n.-\' iiui and ii.I: h.', 1 DANNHEISSER BROS I :
< -. >r -'ltl-tl'd.! I! \V'D'lrmt'erte! AOfcXTS FOR THE CELEBRATED I .
1'1! ',. CANDY i I s
: \ -treetCA.STC3TIIA. 'EM LIKE t'
gl t'lu.ant 1'al.! -I. l' 't "t. T' "J. P"U' ':4 I I. W. Harper f listey.U ( ii i Paints, oils glass and Thfhn*- .. .. h. ,
( 1 grrrr. IV.- 1. I'ity i h at J I.
: (
r'ltpueiH in 1I"k,
t..e; a. V.n I. r free oanl' eat b am House-401 S. Palafox: street. i a it

\\v., 40. ,' ry -.,toe 1"e K'f Yt. I t,e IA eats Ee', ,;"e L..Itb.ITIRUNG Addrra shiver (flIP.\\. (HI'.... ,r saw tlll:&. R. R. Exchange-Opp. Union Depot : builders' hardware at the at th<-ffi. t r
\ l \ \ n P. O. Box 2M. Penaacola, Fla. I rrniii the i I ,
H, III AKt COSTS ;: .! rp # KEEP YOUR BLOOD GLEAN Willis .tnrihrrn vnILa.m.
Phones 116-2CS.: Hardware Co.'s. seem J'). '. ILC Lcruui c

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In a recent article a prominent ;i -
SOCIETY EVENTS physician says, "It is next to i impossible -
IN RAG-TIME for the physician to get hi* patients ;
1 to carry out any prescribed CAN YOU
I course of hygiene or diet to the
tS I AND PERSONA smallest extent; he has but one resort -

.1 L CLEVER WORK OF MISSES LOCAL FORF.CAST-Partly cloudy teulght I ment.left" When namely medicines the drug are treat used

i s2sPsa sasasas2s2552ag BLOUNT AND MALLORY AT and Tuesday; probably showers: fresh for chronic constipation, the most

I t W. J. H..II..f Mobile n in the city 60uthrly I I mild and gentle obtainable, such ailChamberlain's DO BETTER?

t t'HI..y.i..o.. NEW ORLEANS. wadi.Temperature Tablets should be Stomach employed.and Theiruse Liver)I

( W. WtolJb of Milligau i; iu'' in Last 24 Hour: is not followed by constipation ,
as they leave the bowels in a natu- ,
}; f i today. Mrs. W. Blount and )Ir'!. A. F. Maximum .. ... ... .. .. degrees; ral and healthy condition. For sale ALL :SOLID LEATHER LADIKOTOii -'
.. ... .
t Minimum .. ...... .. ._ degrees
') 1\\. and Jno. Campbell of Chip Mallory have: returned: from New Orleans j by all druggists! and medicine deal- I : >* AM MUMS FOR

ley :are in the city today. : Temperature Elsewhere: ers.
1 where they went to attend -
Mro. H. L. Creary of Milton is i Mat. )I in. THE IlKAL THING |
the freshman class-night entertainment Atlanta.... ... ............m .... III t p"h.llIl; the day in the city. I Bismarck ..o. ... .. .......a 4J And the I at :Sophie Newcomb College Cbicago ;r 44
K. Armstrong of Atmore, Ala., I Clncinniiti'm. .._ .."..m...44 61 GRECO I
C Saturday night. Galveston__.... ...... .?<( TJ !
.f: : Huron... m .... .... ."..."m"...._.'.-.. '., 4< Kite-Cent Clear Just introduced in < ".\II:.
I The event was billed as the ..
Jacksonville M
this market l If hate not
I t1. I n-nsLity! ........... m'.... .... 74 fK >j un. you
"Comic Opera Julius Caesar, a la ; "yvest ... ..... ... .... s4 71 done MI, call and examine it, There's :
clii, They are Button. Patent Leather Tip Heeled au j : H.> .
The Mi-if* Uritliu's dancing Memphis! ... .... "4 .i 1'rolit in handling Spring >- i j.
will i.-1-et tonight att.- Joseph's I' Shakespeare Modernized and the Mobile .. .. +, till \ Common sense and Leather Tip OXFORD also ML,,"F.S.N _
MoatgomtTTSe .. 45 1444 I> Bi:\It & CO.
hall. tragic happenings had been set to : .. OrleansNewport .... ...I .i4

Mi-4lrene(1onzalezha recov I rag-time aud were suns; by bright- s&vannahSt. ._ .. ,\0'1>s "41. If you wish the very best
i fully -
: ; LOUIS '11\ rd ice cream freezer at the CAN YOU
-rwl 1 from her recent severe ill ,: fared Rirls. very

lit"-. (| The play was: written ta-ed: and lowest price, the Willis ,

MI-H( Nellie Milbry is spendingthi ; mauased by Misses Hilda Ult-uut. MARITIME. Hardware Co. can please

I < week with Mr. Miup-tou at Ar- and Ruby Mallory of this city, andit : I you. I II
Ctflll.I proved to be brilliant success. EIHORTR. I "."1 Good Smoke for a ?

H. MinwJen, a prominent citi-j} The New Orleans Picayune of yesterday for May: to date ..'tl< -i-: ; Small Sum"' is El Greco, '

I aeon.f KroiiLlyu, Ala., I- in the city
makes the interesting
following ARRIVED, I the new o-cent Cigar now .
1 today. i Am sell IVadlrton Krot. 7-i;. Kneelaad -- -
; t ; report of the event: I,i' I .enfuegoi. to Jno .*. )Merrill Co being introducedby L> Bear

ti i r.. A. !Baiild and wife of Loonier, '' A splendid audience gathered il.. I $ Co- Try it. ;

filii.! are anion? the gnent. at the l'LEARFO.
the Sophie Newcomb Hall: to enjoythe --
Br sell Governor Blake; i4 Huntwr. by I MEYER SHOE CO.

t-.cambi.I. I IB. | evening. There were seats: for ("carrrtt i amber),Moreno aiue 11!f,>->"r")U"vana.ItI1IO.'J. The finest line of !sterling silver ,

P. 1 H-'ile: and wife of Kanusj1'ity i[ about st 1Ni, and as many more stood goods and silver novelties ito, be :
found at J, I. Stephens'. Prices to I
the SAILED.Vor .
:are shorn;;. the suests at the during entertainment which did f Feet FiirnMifrs! for ( h (
all. a- Cllllh
ss Itutb, H..lhe."II, st Ns/are: please i
Merchants.! not begin until almost v30: and lasted : Koi-befort and PubblediiiilAm

e ,. little more than an hour. Everyone ss IViisftoula, Leech Tampico Subscribe the NEWS
: to luc
of the I'I'. per 102 SOUTH PALAFOX
Henry: Mclaughlin: ---- ----- STREET.
J riiU 4y. returned this morning from who was lucky enough to bepreent Papal Blessing on Corngan.NVw week

.1 uortt.t-ru trip. '! voted the evening a great York May 3.-A cablegram! I

success The libretto-for tle rro- bestowing the papal bes! .!ag! upon

Sul. Dreyfus, a prouuuent wliis-", :' gramme announced that the bill was t Archbishop! Corrigan reached here last; A. Wade & Son IL&a, AVWj AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA1

key: drummer of Paducah, Ky., is a the "Comic Opera Julius Caesar ala night It'I' as transmitted by BUhopMrD'jnalJ ,

;/ue..t at the Merchant Shakespeare, lodt'rnized"-wB: extremely of Brooklyn, noir at the 'I THE BIG STORE. :
Imll Mi+i Maruu Avery entertained ai clever aud was the work of Italian capital on pilgrimage, and al t IsK |
I Miss Hilda I'.lount and Miss so contained an inquiry aI to the )
) Ruby
few of her friends at tea and piusr.poiijr I Rental Agents ail Honey Brokers
.Saturday evening. !I Mallory. The cast was large and health of the archbishop Archblsbo; : )
continues to
Corrigan impressHolds
the leading roles were well rilled. US. AVost (JiMrriimeiit St. i I :
I K. timber --- --- -
C. Cochran a promiuent
The costuming was a feature cf the
dealer, arrived in the city last ni;ht I'J i l'I' a CoiiurenMinan. 4 I YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED IS: .-PEi >
$ production. As a matter of course,
I fruin DeKunukprints.: "At the end of the campaign," City, Surburban Property and }
i there were a few ob-tacles iu absolutely -
tale: :
writes' R AND MOM
Champ : :MILECF :STO( t I.
M--!,*. Dm Adams anl Sam Uob- accurate portrayal of the brilliant congressman, "from overwork Timbered Lands for Sale. }

i .rt--"a were .1111011;.:; the pi e ugers out j: Roman soldier, insofar a+ t9! costuming nervous tension los of sleep I OF CLOTH. SILK I.IEXD )

the City of lamp-i: : today.lion. ; was. concerned but considering and constant speaking I had about I IT
Rents Collected Prompt Retarns Made >
utterly collapsed. It seemed that all PIQUE SKIRTS.
\V. A. Klouut has (one tot the natural limitations there! i the organs in my body were out of )
'was room for naught but rr.ise.: order but three bottles of Electric 4S I
UfLand, having: accepted an invita- \alii.iMc! Cill'ron'rl Ini-
There was no trouble la fallowing: Hitter made MIP all right. It's the | > ;y ,* >
tii n to deliver an addr,is at >tet on
: copy iu the matter of togas.: best all-round medicine: ever sold 111'11\1'11 and l'.i"II.I'II\I"I.| I )
.t ( niver-itj- to1IU+rrOW.i over a druggi-t's counter.: Overworked !I
The musical parody was in four run-down men and weak, fur .ilc. J White Embroidered *
Linen Silk
and Colored
Mr. and : ,
Mriraysou Joynerare actThe fir-t and -ecotd act sickly women gain: splendid health
List with Us Houses for Rent.
tnn\ii:< frmn Hajdad today. They ;showed the streets of I Koine. The aud \"italitfrom Electric Hitter your j *

will lie at home to their manyfriends third shows Cae-ar's domicile.Brutus Try tit..ul. Only 50c. Guaranteed by r? I! Waists in Sheer Fabrics. *
W: A. D'Alemberte, 121 :outh 1'al- We Guarantee Satisfaction.
at :n- I'-a-t: (SrHgory; street. is won over. Caesar is :aboutto affix street. \

Mr-". ouiil McMillan and Mr. leave for the senate, when Cal. ----- j LI I -i lN
Pierce Mason, of Coluul>iaua. and '! purnia beseeches him to stay. Caesar l'() l'EnT0 D.Xl'ET I )

Mr I *. ("hi: *. Leparde, of Milton, are replies: :' )1.001.1.JHXFF THURSDAY Paxson & Hall'sTransfer. Ii }
i 4 NIGHT. TRAINS AT \ Sii: t) AND : Pleated
viitin; Mr". C'arle, on Noith lliyue '\ou're talking rij urn., yoa'n* ta! :king 9. LAST: TRAIN RETURNS AT I Bosom Waists hi White and >

tret.(. drag Um; II :30.: TICKETS :23 l'EXT1'
Cent understand i al. one wont you 93y. DEPOT. Colored Percales with Shirt Collars.
: .
Nashville It limy he rui!?; tnw. it may b" J"I< tiin>j- i iYou're --- R i : > i
awtul fanny when you tilk that HELLO: is that YOU LOUIE? I
I ., j What's the matter with next Saturday <
t couuiiJ-ncf-ineut of Huhnout College, j jwh I uy. i 1 _@ >
as the opening day?
I r.. his daughter, !Mm Hither-!( Then he ttlls the deputation which! SI'EC1 1 A I. ATTENTION: < T

I + 11I11 Ait-ry. will ;!raduatx.Mtn has: arrived to take him to the senate If you want a nice present to giveto HIVES TO I >

.r+. J. \\". \\" -. and ( a friend go and look through the
; JiynorM. ; :
elegant line of suitable articles at Baggage and Hauling. i .EVERY DAY THIS WEEK.
J. I'unifr "f of Weiss {
the linn "I'd leave my brippj honit fir yotJ'ou're J. Stephens, you surely can find w ..
EirhI.1 & C" wh"I."al") something to please If
liquor \ the merit mail I ever knew you. you .
'!alrr4. t>f Molnlc, ar.t annn the Ui-od-by, ral.! the iimen Re..ting. llifre'ssonii want anything in the Diamond line i Machinery :>:ifes, Pianos and >
: WE
him before Furniture Moved 4 OFFER BETWEEN 8 AND 10 A M.
I 1IIIIhlIt bu-uess visitors. here to >tbmi; Ue to do. be sure to see you buy. i Promptly at A >
Ub' 1M my hiopy bom. far }Ou" Short Notice; also Conduct.... 4 J JI
.I ,yo Marslon $ Quinn are sole I. >
;' Calpuruia thus replies to her liege I l'IH'oi'I'-CJ.A 4 10 Yards Figured Lawns for. .
1'lie ;NoiiHilwill h. ontortainedthis agents for the celebrated I

t, afternoon by Mrs. J.iim S !lU.irJ lord and master: Odorless LiverFeed 35
refrigerators and
at lur -autiful hciiiiH on the: western "I don't cir if you nit>come b'\.' '1i.. S : 10 Yards Shirting Prints for c \
All your cl..tb..l'm williut to absolutely guaranteed or I '
short' irecco H tli
tidy country
You limy tliini I'm trrattn4 you m i'i. refunded. Sale Stables. 4 )
the >; i>mid arH +stuJyiu this money I r
I'.iit i tll..y uiuifjou; Ling I ought to !btf +
< a0 1NO*
} sea-mi. hasp: Cleaning: : ladies skirts and waist* T )
.\1I tbis furniture's my a ,!tWo I is one of our specialties. Star Laun Corner Zarragossa: and J"fkrson Streets < )
M Ir". K. I.. Girl >y. Su takr.our clothes and go" dry.
Opposite .0& 251.
I 'IVxi-. .nut Mi" Lily: R..hln l .'IIi. of Telephone SVm.
The fourth act showed the enate Johnson & Son. \
1' t-trop. I 1..1 w iio have bH.-u visiting! '' \\ :1111\-.1|. ; .
ground and the as-.a-inatii n of ..... .. ,,- ..--- .... ...... ..- -
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.Mr*. l\I. \\illami :it 'Milton rein -
Caesar: to the tune of ".\it Pat ahante" \\"AM: !E:1 1'I'o buy a re idcm",.for home. HARRY MALLHARK.Manager trwwwwvqr v-rv.
tutu"d IViis.icoli tins morning I1 \\ '. 01 apply at No l.;>South Tala-
:' : The concluding: act dePicts I)1tl.. 11 ,mlt\ Transfer Dvpartme

the battle: : Held. Caiudf-
1IIUI:iF n II\1I:
tif"I pirttinlifeingins. "There IN ...1..+...............+........................111111

.'. Set Way," and Hruttis follows to tie *
<::eared -\ \\ .iIlic (11111) TiuuliUx1'rnrn .

inot nun tliuitr on ",IrthIhit tune of'After the lull Is Over" 1"i"NN.vm.WhVrmONDAY'S |! $ J 0.00 Suits |i $3.50 Shoes o i

could filter a family ;an.1 l do as The parody: wa replete wit! cleverconceit \
much htlUt,-t good :and bi I 111;{ as much +, and the lidiem i ...> e
h\.pill"--| in Certain Where young: I i for $6.50 |e for
I r.t".- drinking H left oil Iud Pos- the cat brought out every bt of : i i :

full F\HIItausedI11Itoplate.: humor to perfection. The evening ( SPEGIAIi .. .
i A iniily,. in Iowa \k,1'ex.fur.. will long be memorable in t. e record ...+..1.....+...... S/11.11/1/14S4.4..
I I lIi-I. a' rood illiistrtition. The' of class night-; The ra-rwasas +
iiH'tlirray-. "I want to tell yogi i S
follow V .
t what Kapp'>nd i" our fmnily when : .
| lirutu-: Miss F.--ie o-AT-oL 1
t .. Li-so : Ca "iu-. .
d %; l Irt "'1I r1f.tnLl took up Pos- .
Miss Marian. Sheath ; Calpu'n'a: !: 1
tum. .\IJ'1l1t euht\ months !iir.0 *emad" 1

I tne change.: 1 hid been,'IUlh' :Miss Hilda Mabel Blount Cahn: Caesar.; Antony.Mi-s Ruby Mi-s An Arabian Proverb. I
a while. troubled with rh"utll.itI : !
Mallory: ; senator, Mie KathrmeDilUrd
"!fl in my right hip and shoulder.swimnunjjof FRIEDMAN & GO'SBIG .
', Flora
the h..3d. mid Ilutter- Bemi.harl'l: : Mur- .
pity, Flora Sanders, Mildred Norton : I
in? of the hf.'irto I thought 1 had
heart trouble.Sdtnctimfs Frances Rembert, Nettie Ru- 1 .
sell, Hilda Blount; conspirators. .
in walking my held: Misses Beatrice De Orange.: Dat-y }- STORE.N He that knows not and knows not he knows not, .
would 'wlUl so that I would be <-
Brown Della Mohr Mibel : Is fool shun :
ublllA!: I to sit down. I had other Cahn a him
Jennie Fee. Ethel 1 Crawler; warrior 1
.li"M'rt't'lbla feelings I cannot debut -
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rlb.. th.'y will\ be readily under- *. MIS-PS (iladys Hart, May i ..g .1
Wolff Jennie Fee, Ethel
Crawley. .
-tlu"t by coulee drinkers if they will
I t\)nfes4 it, Eleanor Rheams. Nell McConnell.the BIG SALE IN : He that knows and know not that fce knows, :

My family were al-.o\ more or less Is arleep-wake him. .
ill and were all collie drinkers. Well .
of and .
City Tampa are now the .
we give up the \'oIIt't'lnd started inon ,'t
Po'tuoi Food t't 1Tee. husband guests of Mrs. E. H. Gould. .S

mrii >lf and four children liven the Everybody enjoys the concertsand : Figured Lawns 5 He that knows and knows that he knows :
I two year old baby (six had been S Is wise-follow him. i iS
puny:since having the rip) had her : dances at Magnolia Blut! under .

t'. alou_' with the rest of the the auspices of the Concert band.: .

1 .mily. When we made: the change The next one will be given Thurs- .. "* I.
1 I'ostuui she began t.> fittteu and .MONDAY! !
diy night. Don't miss it. Trains: at ... $ He that knows he can bay his Clothe from :
r W is perfectly healthy and fat as
a j.ijj..My. ", 8:30: and tf o'clock, and the la-t t McMillan and Beer at Cost and don't .

boys, ten and twelve years ofaze train reaches the city on the return Is an a.H-de; ; ride tim S

are *o stout and uiusculir that trip at 11 ::)oJ. For Prices See Show Window. .. .
l'f ople remark. about them and ask ..
what makes them 100. I da not haveany The steamer .IX e\lie"\ carried quite

f i more trouble with rheumatism a little party to Milton yesterday to :. 1o

or with my held neither does my witness the christening of \VitinieAue.e .
j husband, who wa troubled much in YOURS ANXIOUS TO PLEAsE, i :.N...1..1...IN ti....>.+.....+.*..
i the same: way. We are !all in better the little daughter cf Law- .
'1 S 1
Mltri than we have been rence Brown which took !
i i ri e\tory way place! in

t I ptaJ bore ol iu an years and we recommend are always St. Mary's Episcopal church Dr. C. L. FRIEDMAN & CO. : $2.00 Hats: 4* $5 Pants :
E. Amo.- i
t ; rector. the
, Postum. I nope what 1 have said .
j will lead other to make the party were :Mrs:;. F.Chipley, Buck- for $1.00 5 : for $37r. ;

, 1. J chanpe." Name given by l''' tumI nerChipIey and Cat and Mrs I H.
I i ( Oi." Rattle Creek, Mich. Aiken. ; S. 1. 1.
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