The daily news
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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: May 21, 1902
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889.
General Note: Description based on: Mar. 5, 1889.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002076174
oclc - 33669261
notis - AKR4558
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System ID: UF00075893:00840
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Related Items: Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola evening news

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Bodies Removed From Few In Goliad Escaped Fury I

-- -- -- Coal Creek Mines. i I of Late Cyclone. I I the Finest Bread j jI

Teller MayEmbarass the Situation ;,I I II I
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-- It Is Now Believed That Nearly Two I! In Response; to Appeal of Governor i and Ca.ke ;

Hundred Lives Were Lost-Heart
I Sayers Subscriptions Have Been j 4I i
.?1' .1 Ir >rw1.1t j broken Widows and Orphans Identify ;
I STRIKERS JUBILANTTO Raised and Food and Other Neces- !!

i. /i- :tMay: 21.-With the| Bodies of Husbands and Fathers. ,
i! shies Are Being!; Sent to Goliad. I It is conceded that Royal :

j., -:. iKice of Cuba a fact, the HAVE AID Knoxville, Tenn.. May :'JO.: -A special i Golia Tex., May 20.-Ninety-two-

will be- to The Sentinel trom Coal Creek says j dead and lOa injured tha result of
< ,'.1.1 p.\; riity question is I Powder is and
--- At 6 o'clock this morning 34 caked' the awful work of Sunday's tornado Baking purest : :
';. ., .It. bodies lay washed in the old Armour I' This historic little city\ was literally I '
p"cul to Tile :News.Wilkesbarre '
S w.it;; the Undnf Unba is in- supply store ready to be dressed for 1 swept from end to end by the rushing, I of all baking
Pa., May 21.-A new burial today i winds and 150 houses were razed to strongest pow- I;,
-l1t tl.e l'nitedtates: is pow- All of the bodies will be buried in.
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hope of ultimate victory for the the ground by the shock. A revised
the Leach cemetery, just east of town list of the free from alum ,
dead the white
-r... t" dictate or enforce terms. miners in the great anthracite coal I among peo dersabsolutely
on a little mound where the United pIe follows: ,

T'' fi1 nothing but a sentimental i strike came today to the 147,000 Mine Workers of America will be ask'i Pinkie V. Lott. daughter of W. \V.Lett .

Iud moral obligation to compel I strikers, when it became known that ed to contribute to a fund to I aged 2 years ammonia and every adulterant. ', !;
monument to the dead and where a
locomotive engineers, firemen and Marguerite Pope, aged 4. daughterof I
Cuba to enter into closer conimerul section has been bought by them. Attorney G. E.! Pope.Mrs .

'. relationwith the United States train crews of the four big coal There are at this hour 500 women and Mattie Johnson aged CO. "Royal" makes the best .I.II

carrying; railroads had practically children waiting to see the bodies. Tit Mrs. J. J. Stople. aged 50. I

than with any >ther country. It depends I(l decided to aid the miners by a burIal. will begin at noon, &8 some Sidney Stople. aged 18. and most wholesome food.ROYAL "
.f the bodies are torn and charred Owen Stople aged 9. i
entirely! the Congress of
upon I sympathetic strike.
and a hasty interment is absolutely I Miss Myra Hord. aged 17. I
Cuba whether she enters into recijirmal !- President Mitchell said today: 1.cessary. Susie Hord, aged 20. ;
It develops that the explosion was John Agarstein.
trade relations with the "We hope that if the,soft coal men
one of Bret concussion and the faces 1 Marvin Ageratein aged 17.
be induced to out, there will
can go
r nited States or makes reciprocity and heads of some of the bodies are Alice Maddox, aged 17. McDonald Is Superintendent

with leaving be a general sympathetic strike of torn as It they had been pummeled.Two I Ruby Maddox aged; 3. MONT PELEE I Birmingham Ala.. May 20.-Samuel
treatle European powers, -
allied organizations, but to be bodies have the beads completely .1 Infant. 3 weeks old. I I McDonald of Youngstown; Pa., bat' I

the nited Estates to take a sec- honest and frank: we have so far received severed. Superintendent George; Mrs. J. W. Purl, aged 50. 1 b.>en appointed superintendent of the
Camp and others who worked all night Maud Purl Tennessee Coal. Iron
steel mill of the
ltJduy pUce in l her trade agree- no tangible pledges of offers have gone almost through the entire Alice PurL IN SECOND I and Railroad company at Ensley, vice .'

m..ub. to aid." course of Fraterville and Thistle mines I Mrs. Mary Harrison, aged 45. John MrConn...Il. who has resigned .*- 1
and are now assured that the other ,i Reginald Harrison With Mr. McConnell
bay 1.
The executive boards of the miners fectiv June
A new embirrassraect is threat- miesing bodies are in the rooms ana 'I' ERUPTION !
S. W. Dial go a number of other officials of the
ned the Cuban committee by the convention went into session about wings leading from the main channels. : Vernell E. Savage aged 5. steel plant. There will be a general

noon to consider the calling out of Air! is being pumped into the mines.1 Joseph Savage, aged 8. I change all around on June 1.
wowed intention of henator Teller but a sickening stench has arisen from i
Mrs. Smith of Tex. .
firemen and Rockport.
engineers pumpmen Hp*cial to The Nem. '
C.dorado the corpses inside and men find it almost j Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Casey. I
to carry out a prolonged Mitchell is confident Triple Wedding Ceremony 'I,
President they
impossible to work therein with Fort de France, Martinique,
I Mtud Casey, aged 18 May Asheville X. C.. May !20.-Near tall
T ,-;.Ir against reciprocity. will be called out today.INHABITANTS out stimulants. Doctors are on the I
i I P. Harding. Sr. 21.-A panic reins in this city and place three sisters Margaret Ada and
----- -- scene rendering assistance. I Joel Ag"retein. child. throughout the Inland of Martiniqueas Rosa Chapman. were married at the

S1\lL\ ADDINGTO FLEE State mine inspector dhf&let wire Alvin Agerstein, child. same time. The triple wedding proved
he will be here tomorrow. II R'tby Agoreteln, chip a resultof another fierce outbreak I a great attraction. A magistrate performed

The numb of the contract miners Thj r.. n...tnder of the dead are negro of Mont Pelee. This second eruption' the ceremony. The brides ar'
DEATH FROM whose bodies have b"en recovered or '
** i it greater than that which blotted aged 1b, 20 and 21.TODAY'S .
who are known to have been In the
I Of the 100 or more injured it is believed ------
-- mint. all of whom are supposed to be that 20 will die out the city of St. Pierre and 40,000 !
special to The :Sews.t. dad, is 135.LATEST. I j In response to the appeal of Governor lives on May 8th. I, MARKET REPORT :
;;1. II I "" :Sews.t .
j Sayers subscription have been Today it was: learned that the'!
Lucia 21.
= May steamer'tild.1
:11 i r.-"k. Tena., May 21.-Forty raised in many of the larger cities II V !'.: S.\COLA8TOCK EXCHANGE
NEWS OF worst fears for the safety of the in- :
!- arrived here from Fort
i> 'K"," more have been recovered today and food and other necessities! are now East Go\eminent Street
de France, with TO.) inhabitants of on the way to Goliad. The Southern habitants have been more than re- :
: in fitwreck of the Fraterville
the Islaud of Martinique who lied: THE VOLCANOES i Pa It\\(' railroad officials announce that alized. A whirlwind of fire de- STOCKS. t}1
tud Tnutle
mines in Tennessee because of the fear of a new eruptionof that road will transport all supplies cends on the village: of Le- ;. ;'
TI.i- makes a death list of 227, men Mont Pelee which threatens to I free of charge.! Open. Hizh. Low. Close.
Carbet and grave fear* are Sugar..l2dk: : 4 12S5, 127'8' 128
and The militia from Victoria I
boy destroy Fort de France. company I Atcil....
78 791
Wpec'.al to the N>w 7S'.j j\J13
I -- is on duty her and the soldiers ar* i if entertained for the lives of the! U.S.... 4t)', W40Ja/ ; 403
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Paris, May 21.-The minister of f giving assistence where they can troops and searchers who are Ill ....1521' J521l 15214 152l*

colonies, M. Dermis, received from I Many bodies were buried yesterday L. & X..110', 140!:. 139J 140
and today and a systematic relief i supposed to be in that village.; An. M.O.P. W\ t49'4 !9O1 99te
Great Clearance Saleo Acting Governor L'Heurre a cable other Man .132 I3:!! 13P
t'trps has b+ en organized. Reports | report says that a tidal wave. 132i8

daed at Fort de France, May -0, I from various portions of the state has washed away and destroyed the I| t4t.Paul Penn ...1491 168'., H91 161) : 14i 1(57 4 169

saying that at 5:15 Monday show that the damage from the storm | S, P..... 149'i
-- or --l/ village of Le Carbet. i 6-F" 64% wI'M7 : 645,
II widespread Two churches ___ __ _____
is were u U. P..IOtl., 104'
morning a fulgent phenomena, as 104V63'i
i wrecked at Shiloh! and several houses I T. C.: I. ft2: 6i1l; 6\
i was observed May 8, was renewed were demolish At Ben Hur three THE PRESIDENT C.: F. I. 9'l1l '."JJ., \as 99

.SHOES. and a rain of stone fell on Fort de houses were destroyed and three persons ; 1IW

. France. Brilliant Hashes of light I were reported killed there. John !\ YOUK COTTO\.
IS HOME AGAIN I It'pl'cl"l '.
Gorman was seriously injured at i iThorndale
followed by loud reports are seen in Open. Hish. Low. Close.:
where several houses i iI
were ... .
o-AT-o | I to The News. I May .921! : 930 lilt 930:
the direction of Le Pelee. M. .
| wrecked. Candoval and Fairfield re1 July..s91 9 1f 8S9! 903
L'Heurre believing cataclysm i is pMt severe damage from the storm Washington. May 21.--President Auguat.. G2: 892 *'fi2S12 872

THE BIG STORE occurring near the volcano, immediately I! many Truck buildings gardens suffered having at been many wrecked.points I Roosevelt has returned from New I Sept.........H12 79v 1-804<21) 793: 320S04

ordered the commander of the ; in eastern Texas.Birmingham. York, where he went to attend the I -

WILL BEGIN: THURSDAY MAY 1 15 1902. AND: Suchet to prepare to leave on a tour i centennial meeting of the board of I CHICACO-WHfUT. .

CONTINUE! ; FOR TEN DAYS. of reconnoiter. Birmingham Ala.Stffke. May Broken.20.-The missions of the Presbyterian church. Op n. Hizh. Low. Close. j

I The homeward journey of the July.... 74.3 j.I"' 744 74k. '
i union carpenters in Birmingham and j I Sept ... .
: 73ye 74ig 73'4: '
Spacial tine New. 7314CO
I surrounding suburbs have gone to'I, president was: made without inci- j

-OT NO. ONE-10 Pair Baby "Slippers, Lucia, Castries Isles, May 21.The work after 18 days' lockout. All dlfferences '!, dent. UN.

40 I have been settled for one i Open. Hih. Low
C LaSoufriere volcano on the island of --- -- Close.
worth regular 75 to We pair at.. .. .1' year and the following card is posted July.... 6lTi 62J4 6Pw

St. Vincent, after quieting down, It hea.friuartera' of the carpenters: I I ENDS HIS LIFE Sept... OOig 607a 60's &)'"
LOTO. TWO-57 Pair Baby Button and Lace Shoes in Black, I
burst out again Sunday night At 'All differences between the Master i iBuilders' ;
60 I NAVAL, 8TO11K8 i
led and Tan, sizes 2 to 6, worth regular 90e and 81.Co at.... .. .. one place only two miles away from association and the carpen-1: MAUKKT. :
tars are settled. Men can resume work j LEISURELYSpecial .
Kingston the ashes are two feet Dally for The Newt by.
tOT NO. THREE-65 Pair Children's Red and Tan Strap :Slippers, at once on a basis of eight>>tours an! 1 Union Naval Store Co j.j.aOIUI.
j J9 CLOT deep. 35 cents minimum per hour.
size 'i a1worth;: Jegular and $1.25, per pair, at. .. ., .... ., i to The! News, I .
is crowded with refu
Kingston iI .I WW -. .. .set H.... ........1155 :
I Verdict Against Central. Raleigh, May 20.-Perhaps of WQ ........ '
one 8 .
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XI). For) R-22 Pair Children's Red Strap Slippers sizes S'-j gees. It is feared a new crater is s__..... ..... .. ... o I 35 '
Columbus Ga.. May 20-The the most deliberate suicides s ij 8.... _.... .... 1
JuryIn on record
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08 35 ..... KS5S E. ..... ..... 1
to : ,, worthregular $1.5Cper pair, at.. .. .... ...... .... .. .. ..... CLOT about to open near there. The the case of Charles M. Mote versus was that of Alex Lytch. a well-to-do It .. .............. 45 D.... -... .'..-. 125 120. 't
Ramaou valley is covered with the Central of Georgia Railway' com I I farmer, who lived near Laurinburg. 1_.........-...... .-.... t Iii 5 04: below.!.... 1 30! I

No. FIVE-20 Pair Children'. Pat Vamp Strap Slippers, sizes smoke which appears to come from pany brought in a verdict giving the t I I Last Saturday morning Lytch blew BriBITI TC1H5TIH1-43. :
J 3 CI.IIT I plaintiff 5000.. Mote was a fireman I!j lout his brains with a shotgun. Pre- ---- )

q to t M; worth regular $1 to $1.23 per pair..... .... .. .. .. .. .. the Bonhomme mountain. on the road, and claims that he was I I J vlous to taking his life however, ha Kindly Tale Notice that Ely's

Ni. SL\-2iPair Children's Black Altogether 2,000 deaths have occurred injured for life through the negligence I II ]I went about his preparations for death Liquid Cream Balm is of great bene.
aad Tan Oxfords and
6 and many more are expectedto of the company in not having the I i I with a calmness aid pr.cialot of one fit to those sufferers from naaal

Mn p Sippers, sizes 5 to 1, worth regular $1, atI'T .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. result from injuries received I "apron" between the engine and ten I who at the point of a natural death, catarrh who cannot inhale freely t
der properly adjusted. The case was i i arranges for the innltablI !*. through the nose, but must treat

( NO. SEVEN-34 Pair Ladies': Oxfords and Strap Slippers, daring the recent eruption of the hard fought throughout. I i, Lytch left & note stating that for two I themselves by spraying. Liquid .1,

60 II years he had been dtairoua of ending '
regular;: price $1.25 to J2 per pair, at.. .. .. .. ..... .... .. .. .. .. C volcano. i --.. --- --..:; --- --.;: --.. -..; --..;----v-v--- -- -I I his Ufa, but had fought agaliwt the Cream medicinally Balm from differs the in form Cream, but Balm not '

l-"'T NO EIGHT-12 Pair Children's Tan Shoes in Button and Special to the News. (I.!' People who I Impulse until It had grown 10 upon that stood for years at the head of
him that It assumed the nature of }
59 St. Lucia, Castries Island, May 21. remedies for catarrh. It "
:Lace, sue 6, regular price $1 per pair, at. .... .. .. .. .. .. C If' obsMsioa over which ha had BO control may be
Reports received here today con > can't eat meat i I used in any nasal atomizer. The

LOT NO. NINE-37 Pair Misses' Black and Tan Oxfords and fi firm the dispatches announcing thata 2 Lytcb ate hit dinner with his usual price, including a spraying tube is :!
strap: Slippers, sizes 9 to 2, worth regular $1.75 and 12.00: \ 12' Fort relish Saturday, then 75 cts. Sold druggists and mailed

;'er pair: at. ... .. .... ... .. .... .. .... .... .. .. .... . .... I n France panic,was on the prevailing island of Martinique at de, ;. can eat and { looked lifter: hit work u went If there out was and by Ely Brothers,56 Warren St., SeW'I'j

1.11' No. TEN-50 Pair Boys' Shoes, sizes to 2regularprice f 1.50 yesterday.The grow {fat on 1 nothing unusual to hamper his daily York. < 'j.IThou.
91clllilliam town was covered with ashes. routine. Returning to his room he ."

''r pair, at.. .. .. . . .. .. . .... . ... .. .. .. .. .. Stone and cinders were falling and a removed the most of tU articles fromIt C. Watson & Co.,
Nuts and then, calmly addressing, pre- the leading Real Estate Agents,take .'
the terror of the Grape=
tidal added to
ware pared for the end. Taking his shot. all the worry off the shoulders of the
population, which is flying to the c 1 owners of property,
he the
gun sat upon the aIde of the bed
hilU. Thousands: of refugees have placed the muzzle renting of their houses and the collection .
I0ljn0oit 4 Ion. Fact! ) to his forehead and of their rents
embarked for the neighboring islands I pressed the trigger with his foot The I tiously as they would themselves.

; 300 j just arrived here. JJ-__ .. whole top of his heal was blown off. Their charges are very reasonable. .


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(\ ., I i Crazy to Wed Little Girl Man Slayt CONSUMPTION. Hon. J. W. Thompson and Party Visit 1 ,
I Five Persons and Himself. the Alabama City.

I St. Augustine Fla., May i'O.: -Crazec When Scott's Emulsion Tuskegee. Ala., May :20.-Hon. C. W,

by his infatuation for little Abltha Me 1 1Cullough !
Thompson and party of
Williait'!i'makes a consumptive gain'flesh congressmen
a 13-year-old girl, : acd reached here late
'' it !is his guests last
Austin, a man, killed the giroand ; curing consump
JtIY young
J : I night, being met at the station by a
i four other persons and then committed tion.
I delegation of citizens and the Tuske-
suicide in a lonely farmhousE I ,
i i jl" the institute band.A .
The measure
weight gee
I of WilliAm WiUtibkoo near Hastings for Infants and Children.
i a thriving; settlement 18 miles trOll I (If the consumptives condition. large number of the most prominent

1 this city. jeaterday The dead are: I I j Every pound of weight gained citizens of Montgomery, Birmingham -. The find You have Always Bought has borne the -isn.i-i

William Wilkinson aged': 52; Mrs !' for and Mobile are here to meet I tore of Cha<. II. Fletcher, and has been made under his
'is matter congratulation.
Wilkinson, his wife; :Miss Abitha :Me : a them. The entire party started this personal supervision for over SO YE'ars.How! no lilt<

Cullough aged 13, :Miss Wilkinion.sister I Exactly what goes on inside morning to drive to Colonel Thompson's I to ilecme joii in this. Counterfeits Imitations and"JLItaigrad"
L child 1.500.a're plantation 7 miles out
of William Wilkinson; a
to make the consumptivegain are but Experiments, and endanger the
came not learned of town to spend the day there getting
I health of Children-Experience against Experiment.
William! Austn the murderer and weight !taking a sight of southern country life
suicide' abed J5. I Scott's Emulsion is still amy II|I The Kind You 'Have'Always.'BoughBears

The crime was first disco\erj.d bj II Thrown Out of Court. .
John Keller: who visited the Wilkla tcry.I I Jackson Miss. May 20.-The nnlc 1 the Signature of
Graceful \Vomefi
sou hoiibe He found six corpses ,I Scott's Emulsion does some- prosing of the indictments against

A Desire! for a Perfect F Figure 'It Inseparable scarcely (cold aid but one living witness I thing to the lungs too that the :2S: mills of this district; for violation

from a levi 01 The Beautiful I 1 1t I to the tragedy, a helpless Infant of the anti-trutt law will have avery
and the
The scent of the field or rose is n! ; Austin had been madly Infatuated with :reduces the cough decided effect upon the other I!

precious as the lovely l1on'rshose the McCulloupb girl, who lived wiU I inflammation. cases of like character that are pending .
breath! they arc, and while the lives ol the Wilkinson family and it is claim | in other courts throughout the ,
flowers are'Lrid and we can only enjoy and less I
them for a clay, the beautiful\\'on\3n gives! ed that he killed the entire" family! because I :More weight cough 1 state. The oil mills of this district In Use For Over 30 Years.

the pleasure of her frairranie to us as a his advances were rejected and i always: mean that consumption were indicted at the Ian term of theI' ....r rr...uu eo....... n ..u...... ....n "rw .0" e....
permanent blessing The soft fragrance I I his d<-"ire to r"(d the girl was opj i-5 lo"' inti its influence over the I fedtral court by the grand jury for 1.,

of a beautiful woman suggests) purity I j. poedHe I I the violation of the antitrust laws of I) -
health and elegance; she is the refinementof went to the Wilkinson home Friday I sy km. the country, but the indictments WE're'

civilization; an index always of good >I night and propoj-ed' : tc defective in a number of The Star
I taste ant aa unerring ba.lof:: gentility.BRADFIELD'S. marriage I' For all stages of the disease po.nts and i iweie Laundry
Abuha Mi\illouph.!! He was rejected. Scutt'1muhion i> a reliable l j thrown out of (OIlIt.IfhE' u : ,
!t andl'ing he would marry her hue !! mills in the Aberdeen district wpr.I'

t Female tied to this city and on Saturday procured 1 1 hlll!)p. !'red ,, r free !:amp:,. I inlfeted! by the grand J'.KV.hen h> '
Regulatorin Biggest Best !
the lunar enotls in a marriage license. He went tc': SCe r ill & I. AS'SF. Cher..t, icy 1'tari bt N. Y.I I 1"0111'1'a:' holding its last term and +tpn'drtlvl ,
regulating ]> woman hunh on Sunday night and told ev. j I :s ( : that these cases will b* II | -
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hermits of no wrinkles, pale cheeks 01 I l
I i iorturtil nen es and shajn-li-vs f gurt-s. It is ('1")' one htmft that he was to lie, mar. | I nolle: \prowess I I Ii ,

Nature's remnly The druggist may offer I, rind that nis-ht About 3 o'clock tIde' GALVESTON'S CARNIVAL i

tomething else and call it "just KS ood" morning several pistol shots' tyreheaM1l E I L. & N, to Issue Bonds. : Gainer TOin
lut the nieustnial organs: will not be deceived '.ut no not.verit to investigate Celebration cf City's Rehabilitation New York. May :2n.: -The directorsof one Lp p :

and p ix-rm.inent injury may result Wilkinson failed to appear at a After Great Storm of 19CO.Gaheston. I
the Southern and
Try our Regulator Of all: dniini- $i. : Ixjuisville null i I
neighbor's !house: where he was en- May J'l.-A week of car- Na-hville railroads: ; ( From all part-: "f t. .
Our treatise on 11'oman"nlcult dfrte. met today and l
I THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., ATLAMA.CA paged in harvesting a uop of potatoes nivalas iiiaueiirateil! here last night .; agreed to issue joint t per cent bonds -r4114t! : Our delivery men will i .

i and John Keller, a farm hand, .. by the arrival of King Neptune and for a controlling interest in the Chi

t was sent to learn the cause of his abSfnrr. his retinue The Icing; was received i I i rago. Indianapolis and Louisville or I I I where, at any limp that -a i iVriteortflephoiieu.n.d I-:

STATE GRANTS CHARTERS. He found the murdered ones i i i ii formally and after a floral parade the ;|I j ji Monon svsS-rn.! The price to be paid \

-- i and Austin with a hullet bole in hit i kejs of the city were turned over toibis for Motion common u TS and for the w-

New Cotton Mill and Mining Companyfor breast and th. revolver clutched ir ;, majesty ] preferred! 50.Verdict! [ deavor to serve you tt-tt-i .

North Carolina. his hand. I Horse races. brat races summer theatrical u
Raleigh May I ID.! -Thf state tLar- j I other Laundry can. I II I
The unharmed infant wa found i it:; attrattions, athletic contests. In Ford I (
ters the Ob'ron! rotton mill at Graham, : bed beside Its dead mother. rough riding allq orc al and floral pa-1 New York. May 2o.-A coroner's'> .{

Alamatue mue'Y. This I Is the twenty- 1 tides are among the features for the I Ii
third rutttin null la that county wbutiIs A REVELATION.If i 1 1wiek.. ; ''1[ jury JExcursiors which Leicester inquired Ford into the the author deaths, and of'I ALL WORK C. 0. D. Gcr vds HI ftr Eli DtllTfKt( "r'. i

second to Gaston! in tIll number of I : ]
will make are to be run from all 1 J MalcolmV. Ford his brother :' TELEPHONE
you inquiry it will I the 114. 27 GARDEN ST. ;
Its mills The stock of th." .
capita ]
be parts of the stcte. Several thousand
a revelation to you how many athlete returned verdict that I
Oberon is $.!it'<."')0.( and its fctotkhold-
-uceuinb to kidney bladd excuiMoniits got in today j
or r i Ialc'olmas temporarily insane at WALKER INGRAHAM
era are C. S. Parish of :M.: Joseph, I IMo. troubles in one form or another,1 i! The arnival is under the auspices (': the time of the tragedy. I Manager.

.: G. X. Fraker. of St. Louis: and If the patient is not beyond medical ''1 I of the Cohesion business league and I'' -. ----- -- .
J. '. I'omeroy, of Graham. aid Foley'KiduPy Cure will: t 1 is to celebrate the rehabilitation of t New $500.000 Mill for Anderson. '

A (barter is also granted the Montgomery cure. It never di-appoiuts.\ W. A. !' Anderson. S. C.. '
D'Alemberte, 121 :S. 1'alafox street |I'I Gaheston alter the l&OO htorm. Gal. May 20.-The erec ,-**> W. B. WRIGHT>> GOffiPflllY
I Mining company of Candor II.. vestcn people hay subscribed for the'i lion of a iotiO.Ouu; cotton mill! in this j ,

Montgomery county, with pJI1.flIU capital I I{ greater part of the $1.500.00! bonds i! city will be begun inside of 30 days. | \ 55***

stock. Its stockholders are Geo. PLOT TO KILL YOUNG KING. which have been voted with which to I Those at the head of this new enter- j \ \ rr MANUFACTURERS AND DEALEKS IN

R. Gaither and R. H. Rid Jey. of build a I'PIwall on the gulf side of the '' prise are J, A. Brock, R. E. Ligon. N. j

Maryland, and Robert X Page of Candor Madrid Police Investigating Alleged ,island. B. Sullivan George V.". EnDs and J. I IE -- T'-V LUMBER LATHS

Montgomery is very rich In gold Conspiracy Against Alfonso. 1 Horton. I IA ,

and other ores The company it amtkor' Madrid. May 19.--The police here! Smallpox Outbreak. Ii i l&l SA WED CYPRE SHINGLES..Klin.DflEt> Em l

: ed to do a general minlnj bustBM. are extremely n-tic-ent regarding the i| Raleigh May 19.-The governor and 1L

to operate smelters and to darelcj discovery of the anarchist plot to as the state board of health are advised HAPPY -- PEN ACOLA. FLA. I

_, ) and frit ralninc properties. sassinate King Alfonso during Satur < of an outbreak of smallpox at South' Ii
-- .". **' .-ij> y day! ceremonies Several : HOMEIs
V : '- of the pa Mills Camden (county and of a death

Crushed By Lumber. pees; now question whether the arrested from that disease. The authorities' o

-, ft 1 '\0 Eyerproen. ,Aja. May 19! .-;N>\\ has men really entertained the intention the county in violation of law have Is one where health abounds. ROYAL STANDARD \\VllISKEY
: -- With{
impure blood there
t Jast rf'ai'hi '! he of a !;sonous and attributed to tllero. I failed to elect a sup rlnte-Ldt'Ilt of cannotbe

! perhaps fatal ace:dent r+iday: morningrbich It is said that the authorities on i health and are now notified that unj good health. 8 Years Old, in Casts cf 4 Fell Quarts, at S3.20 per case

r befell \V I'. :StalUorth.! who gpttlnc I an inkling of the purchase of I II j less they do so they will be indicted With a disordered LIVER there

1 li emplojed at the large! planing mill I dvnam'te_ordeiH! inquiries spade_ can TI'...". -t..tt"S smallpox expert has goo a cannot be good blood.
v -v- r- < 'j r "- .. mHI8 WHISK di-tillfd .
the .
at Nfl-oii
at Century. Fla He was stacking: Into cern.neai: h purrhaar. and the exist thfo're. 4&-{ .....; ..rrrty 'r."'!:V. aw i- CJL ;-
Ky., Di"Wlt'Q'lInd ifully matured in wn""
bet and In some way the pile of him ence of the onspiiary is thought tn before
bottling it i is absolutely (pure and not ei-
her, which was about 10 fret high. have been fonflrmed. Nevertheless Crop Prospects Good. Tutt's Pillsrevivify ',1- celled in quality by any Whi-key of the same age

I toppled over ratrhins him: un
i flirting! internal injuries from which result of the preliminary investUation; 'rain has fallen throughout this section i- eight years old when bottled! and, consider) .'

ire It suCennn intensely.Sciatic prohaMy only Cabnelle Ixippz. an em within! the past lew days and at present its excellent quality, is the cheapest whiskey II, ,

plo).. of an insurance" otiire. and Fran there is no prospect of its cessation the torpid LIVER and restore I the market at that price A< a beverage, and u j

Kliriiinalikiii ( h
'uf".1If'r' snare its natural action. in
Whipped cases containing no marks whatev-
'e .'IIUflt''n'f'IU... of !unrring. i, 1st. will be brought to trial. although do damage to the crops and the pees indicate contents If purchaser r ; 1'

"I have been atlic.tt'd with ,.dat'e the others are still detained! I ect crop prospects in this county are A healthy LIVER means pure thewhi-key. i-s not --ati-fied with upon the exauniuu.qualit-, \

rheumatism for fourteen year; ,", I.OM's| vvit>. /\ hen questioned by !: better than they nave been at this blood. -- j I can return the same at our expense and ml 'v

says Josh Edgar of Germantown the poi! (.... admitted that her husband j l time of the year for several yearsFoley's Pure blood means health. will\ be refunded.All .

t Cal. "1 was able to be around, but! had fr"'IUfo'r.t| m 'l't"riuus'iitors re past. Health means happiness. orders should be accompanied by en fcurrency
'ntl .. Lope aicur velR$ OLD po'itutiice money order, bank draft Ir >-xpress
constantly -Hitfered. I tried everything : / has fairly good antt-rr fake Substitute. All
no Druggist k
I could hear of and at 1:141" dent.Prior to the present trouble! he Honey and Tar U i peculiarly r- money We refer to First San :::toHalik
or meichant in Pen acola.
told to try Chamber! nn's I'.un Ililin.: protev-ed to be a Federal Republican adapted for asthma, brow (UK.NKUAI: t'm.\clt! :: SCHtnrlJl': iL any !
which I did and immediately I.ojieami Suarez chili and hoar"ene<,. W. A .
relieved and I and in a short time cute i. ;) fronted today, with a were result again similar: (or.ti O'Alemberte. 121 K. Falafoxtreet, Following i is the ;schedule of the S. A. FRIEDMAN
am happy: to ":ay it hay: not -- /
g sincereturnedVliy"; not u-P tin- that of yesterday, when Lopez de. !government steamer General French V
;. liniment and get well'. It U for cal: N'glared that Suarp pave him the dvna- DONJT SMOKE[ which TaE NEWS print* for the SOLE PKOJ'KiETOK, PEN AeOLA. FLA.111SKElt' .

by all druggists and medicine d..al.E'ril. ; l. mite eartriiiges found in his possession Your Life aw'a},{ 'benefit of the merchant. who! *hip

and told! him to throw them as th You. can I*rurdcf my form of t"bo1cUMnl Ia 1 1e 1ily. their good to the various: army 0, BOXIIH.. TKI.KI'HONF: :' ; 9
royal ,'oal.haOst'd\ through the Carr 1* made well, strong, nngnrHo, f"II,1
new her and -'g'Jr t"v taking MO-r0.6A 1 posts: --

fftlllIc1at1lr8 ra San fleroninio I that makes wrtk men strong Many eain .. ... .. ... .. .i
f } The ten pounds in urn lays Over SOO.OOO Leaves IVnsncolft iC\O' A. m.Lmves tffl handle every class of Liquors Fold II
ease is in the hands of a pru curtil. All druggulc. Cure KBrrancfta i:fiu, M m
Fuarantrnl. Hooki: i n..... .. -s bulk or bottle wholesale or retail at ricer. a.
dt>l.t magistrate who it is Irt and advice )-REt? : Lnnvet Hickens ";"" a. m.Lfsvtii I
believed I STKKLIMi
II tin fUry box of the g'nnin HKMEBY (U.. ChK-aeooT Nework.. 437: isnrrancfts ..m.. aaSA! mLrares are way down
!Laxative Brorao-QuinineT bktBtcmod f an be .1""f'n<1..IIII\un\ not to give exag'geiated Heiiaacola no. lu.ldu. to.
Arrives Ksrrttr.cat 11.in AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER.
importai.e to the affair. 1I..I.MIII& fromlh. >orthrnTmxt n in. mid then
Ju.e / that eve a cold In one dar. makes a trip to Fort Mcl'.ee und then returns
/ ------ ar. :n I'SIIYJI..aw.tLc ertain cure fur tou.;li*. i ii to Hitrrancaa.: I
I.favei Barrancas I .l.'i p m
Will Committee.
Pope Appoint lumping U. tith. i!I Lenses Pick end 1 & p. m
Uonif May tfl As it will he impossible 1 Seasonable household l.t-nvfs ffii-coU n 4.mp:: m WICKE&CO.
s for the !trope to personally! undertake .\ woman who hay had experience Lt-avcs Pictcn ::Hip tit

s' the strain of the work in connection with this di"ease, tell how to prevent ,- and kitchen utensils at the trip Arrives to McK Harritncni-.. and return.S.lfl: p. m. and make

with the Philippine! mission hewill any dit: l'ffJucon"f'1uellce?; J Willis J Hardware Co.'s. On Wednesdays Saturday* the Pl tuber Gas and Steam fitter

appoint a lomtnittee of three cardinal from it. Hhe-ay<: Our threa chi 1 i- boat wil!! leave Harruncas Pick ,

to confer with the American delegates |. dren took whooping; cough lat sum- CABTOFlXA. ens for Pensacola: at 6:80:: p. m.

and it is thought likely that mouthstltlbatdlowingto orly! three Bean the le t rd You PaIBleaz: ) B u&1r! The General French i+ for army No. i South Palafoz Street.

1 Cardinals and YiYleey -.ur srivinathem 6g11itu.-e n purpo-es only and any outsider inu-t All Kinds 01 Plumbing and Gas Fitting blot-tlale Ket .r. Hat r
l ChlInb: rllin': -* Coi',h Heine- have a pays from the quartermastero .
1o1'PJfONF. 1t'"J\ -.tat.
Tuto. the last named a Spaniard' 01 a aIhLL
; dy, they lost take
none of their plumpne passage o > her.
this committee Manager ..
will constitute ;< and came out iu much better
Carrhari w1l't as secretary health than other children who did We will launder your spread foi

not use this rempdv. Our olde-t little 15 like cents each and make them lOll. STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE .A. : .A.v

:No' InifK <>(' Tune girl would call lu-tily for cote uw Sftr Laundry ery8Cl't'EFSOS

I have sold l'hamb.-rl.1in'! : Colic( syrup between whoop.-Jf"IE; Between 1'rnoacol.i and ?111f1l1l-n",,t
Cholera and DiarrhoM Remedy! for FI.NKE HALl.. Sprmeville. Ala.
! 1 years, and would rather be out lit This remedy torso: !, ball dru;:- Tie Happy Home is thewell' tune Hail) tcept Sunday To AVERY S \ -1,1Mi 1; ,

corJee and !uear than it. I *Ills! five l'ISta and medicine dealer "CITY OP TAMPA."
bottle of it yesterday to thre,her. JOBBER OF
} that could co'no farther and thev CANDY CAMAATIC t4 furnished home. Marston Lv MiltonI..> am 1.'I".o-alol",1: "t pru

\. are at work asjaiu! this niornin? '- $ Quina can supply you 1't'Dlacola.\I"DI: Ar MiltonFare. ;..".jm HARDWARE.
I rrclouodcnptlo.'
H. R. 1'iiKLi-x. Ph'm.1Ilth.Okhh.I..
with all needed
in the
i ma. A' will be *een by the above way

the threber were able to keep on of house furnishings at the Iron, Nail Ax 1?. t Shovf I*. Saw ,
1 ,, .IU PICNIC V I : ". 'I> lat
work I
with their
t'inglt'datimf'. withoutfin You ;should\ :* a ISL to. ar..r alp !lowest prices cash or credit.' BASKET upplieLooking l ( and *- nWiadow .;. oJ. 11110
Genuine stanped C. C. C. Glas-', Gun pj-toU
't a bottle of th remed1/ your horn.. Never sod: In bulk. alii" ': r'l'kte.
For pale by all ilru? :it* and medicine Bare of the dealer who tree to tell DANCE.< l
> lj
dealers. "somethiri Just as jood." AGENTS WANTED.LIFE K\ HE j Agate antI Tinware and Boll ernrnisliing (Joods.XSFOK ,

SCHOOL UftclioiJtili
I'I'LIKSt son Potnu:; l'f-WTTT.: L t\.E i-y
fJfftl8 Revere Giant r-titched
and a*>(> rate editors of Northampton Emery
\ C, V. Ih.'inpcnn't. :No 11 South t.oly bo -Kdori-.o .. Cbr.-tian Herald] BROTHERHOOD LOCOMOTIVE %'( heel Co., Liftiti k Hand P.vder Co.. John=on's K'tl-

t ':gnatareis: en every box odae r.ttip i Paul ux. tnormc'lOprolll' foragtrni'who.v ralrnag Umily .omire. Iron King and Bu'kot..-vf fc and Hang, Win.
act yu.ckj. i
. ENGINEERS Coup* & Co. s Haw Hide Lace
'IaxativeBromo Ma-ury -
t itaudird
-QuinineTabirt line* of -tar "f urn "' :it' V-ite itnm'tat.-i) Made ,
# the rvuiwiy \ha' cures a cold la one dii tionery we have. in out?. with tnvelope" CLARK & C 222 S. 4th St., Philadel Railroad Colors. i
to mac" : phia. Pa. M'-ntior tl .' ,'. ArcMagnolia
is peon a "" .iSTS 00.
I You will have pride m you own Rural Cry-til Bvd. Masonic Temple J Pensacola. Fla. !

t Lower gardens if they are on your Hurd'H'olluid R.--: !. Bluff, 1
cwn ground. Your husband can baya Ladies'; Art -"tatlocery. .. !=

, home and he can do it now 1Koreisn Mail, Etc. TUESDAY MAY 27 1902. PENNYROYAL YOURSELF r
t' thou ;h he may think otherwise.very Arti-t- Material. Offc. PILLS ttl CURE f
js : woman wants a home.>f her ... Sup Th'YetispCr.: l 4'esares' : ;i ito yo' B ..VV tl.la.d Only .rnmlmt. ('rata FwC+eUtorar ,I
ph- )1"morauo'lID K k- Etc. Trains at 9o; a. m. adI: :'kf p. ni.TICKETS V' .1V Aft. maiW'ii.a di.rh.rg aIo5.raoa +
t own: and if she will hive a talk with All new and bn,,!"t. ( B.s am of C.l&tS, / *) \'-A ( HiutIle..IF.t:'. -1 Thus. C. Watson +t..,\, Yot.11 OJ ...l4t ot n .... ... < ..,...nna.l4 of u a'N II
I L t ------- Tra'n%pprlat4on 25 CENTSA 2k -.. 't. 'f ?J '.! '...,hr. It.r... Pualri. $I1 4 e
TLey ,
t r- Real Estate: Agent, they irein4.5hc.rsthe \ li.p-re.llt.tl..d. 1..lta. tBEEIA.tCiiiecut 5Ctor 160WraW..tna
leading R'lb /tfJe I 'if I....... ... ,
t t: t: can show her how easy: it is to get all sizes, at '&' .P. 114ats .tiJfJ.t up't 1- muib-r of Uanlsome: prizes will '-. ,'. w ,'';"-, ..1 .U.1...T..tfMuliUll* 4etur > I aeld by Drardiuo.&a. .

< \ : one. the Willis Hardware Co.'S.'k 'I.t.t ., P Y&II Gm! bf awarded a lit of which will\ be \.;, .P 1 W....."It..r l.>.!.l )ra..<.L...!.. ...*,!..ro.kuT... IKJV. r..| et.e.t IT tuTm.In plain srefeld wrt, htpm '
, ,I ,- .. .. printed later. j I ......-.. IS.tt.ler(1trb.tl.I I *. -r J Uf.n.M.t t'd'lr
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i Situation Becoming Serious-Strikers' Island of Martinique Still Harassed by

.- 1 Rations Growing Small. Pelee's Yawning Crater. KodoFE. r

Let the GOLD DUST twins do your work." Augusta. Ga.. May 20.-A committee Fort de France Island of Martin.
ique. May 20.: -A serere inundation at I
from the locked out operatives of cotton -
I Baseeponte on the northeast coant ol I
| mills in South Carolina who came ,
I this island at 2 o'clock this morning
to Augusta to confer with the mill
swept away 2rt houses and 50 other Cure i
owners and I Dyspepsia
striking employes announced buildings "pre damaged by the flowIng :

today that iu their opinionthe mud which has the
swept over
Nature never makes a mistake and the preparation which duplicates
King mill men, who struck and'i'' Valley de la Riviere. There was. no its action cannot fail. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure never fails because it digests 1;

| brought on the lock out were not jus1 ; further loss of life. Basseponte haV' your food by nature's own process. Its affect equally prom tol1 !1

1! tified in their action. The South Caro. i iI Ing been abandoned several days ago. both occasional and chronic cases of indigestion, dyspepsia and stomach It,

I lina men tried for some time to Induce | Acces3 to the ruins of St. Pierre U trouble of every kind. It digests what you eat while the stomach resta. ;
I :No dieting is Eat all the food "We have
Ithe still impossible.The necessary. good you want. I "
King to but
men return to work
t been selling Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for the past two years and have also :
k/ I the latter refused, the Interfer. United States cruiser Cincinnati t
saying I I used it, write Bowman: & Sons, of Valley Furnace, W. Va.. "and never '
ence of the locked out operatives was I and the United States special! heard of a failure. We are so confident of its merits that we sell every .1

an impertinence. steam Potomac>> which left here yesterday bottle under our personal guarantee." Kodol Dyspepsia Cure never faiU. I

Considerable buffering Is reported in for St. Pierre in another attempt
Cures All Stomach Troubles. !
South Carolina among the locked out I to recover the bodies of the

j I men. as they are given no relief by the :' United States and British consuls and PreparMhy E. O._TteWltt Co.. Chicago. The tl Dottle contalnsiS times the 50C. gUg. I

textile union. I;i their families have not been able to When you suffer from biliousness or constipation use the famous little liver

I National Director Hibbert. who left., land their searching parties owing; tc pills known as DeWitt's Little EARLY RISERS. They never gripe. .1

Augusta several weeks ago saying he the intense clouds of cinders sweeping John SheDpard.HarsriI'tianntcy Sidney Kahu.

would be gone four das, has not yet over the stricken town. 'I

returned. The rations issued by the ,- 'OR. MOPPETT'$ [ Cures Cbslera...Infaafum

strikers' commissary are said to be 1 A LESSON IN HEALTH. If Diarrhoea.Dystntery,uA '

: i 4 ::. growing smaller every day, and it ualiened : .. Healthy kidney filter tle irnpuri- the Bowel| froubki of :
1 Children of .
that no money Las been disburstd ties from the Hood and unless they
t;. i r.d |Aids Digestion l eguIiUi
do this good health i* inpoMble. !
as promised. Ten thousand iI" WilING I POWDERS) the Bowels, Strengthen
Foley's Kidney Cure make sound "
people are out of work. the Child and Makes
kidneys and will positively cure all : cC4lsts Only 25 cents at Druggists, TEETHING! I EASY.

forms of kidney and bladder disease. :s. jA4j2Or mail Si trite to C. J. MOFFETT M. D. ST. LOUIS. MO. I It1

a cleaner, soap doesn't begin to compare with WAS NAILED TO CROSS. It strengthens" < wh'p'i'tt'm.! ,)it.; i'S. C.. Ni, .:!6. I'I. waa first*Ins*1 by our funilr! |>bj. iuii in Charleston tn u.e TEETHISA:
W. A. D'AlemUrte iJl! S. P.slafoxstreet. ..ii our baby .h-n re was b:i S try. jumnz,, Inf nL&, a rnTLltre'c' ie ant tn 'arm ani wwten the ttomtth,
Minister l.a'r it .'a.! .ft" .: t.- '!..o.:ttG,.. 'C.&Ii i iue?. bas t"o I,u'd tobe.o'erv benSclan.ia..fr.e from deDgets
Declares He Was Torturedon : ar, iv 'u.tIrvn.uii j'' .uof drusidtiK .,.!], BTrupi that w ha'.i 'o- t'>nanl H.eir u.< "ilh tare*
BOLD DUST.D Account of His Religion .. '-Vi I .' .1 t 'D lt-re b a ECW baby in th'Ih>n..a3ilnntl IIP t,.i '!hing trebles are oY I )inowODPScrei.emedyfQt&i ...-I.k,' j: 'aiari ic r< .. iitiirutoi irf-i _liin-t";* ..flhe borr..t stuff that*n many i>...>r>Ie u-*fc keep toelUAKI
FIOI'I'IlA:4.: .. May .io.-A mo.it un ob tue co.J. Iu nane 4a jib> qJle. : .M. A\Eli,(:M lai.-er Pa-lj T.mes and W..kiy Ine-le.en.rr.I
(.-, DUST does more work, better work and aoes UaUdl and intnTst'!::? case of tht- kin.i PiUf'I II I L-- U

is that of Kev. .1. C. r.ieUh, who is now
"heaper It saves backs as well as pocketbooks.Made I Po You wish to make a little extra
in thii -ounty. : POLITICAL I II BOYS and GIRLS! money duilng *parl\ moments? I!

only! by THE N. JC FAIRBANK COMPANY From hi,; own -utenieiH :Mr.! BiHsh .\ I'. you can readily do so, by 8&11-
lnzour"Blaeine." 10 per rent. ('Jmmj;*:ol 0'1 all aei An indi<.p< .able article far I
Cr vfi, New York Boston. St. Louis.-Makers of OVAL FAIRY SOAP I is a i or.\i'rti'ii Jv who was educated houvholiuic fcrery rtty i. Q.'Itttited when they *.'e it. One shvet makes the finest i

for thf Catholic priesthood He speaks lu@"atrr'ou eve ui-d in ta<- "..l.1I'nt.., toJ"y. More your trrrltory H taken by.uLtIe
: ANNOUNCEMENTS : 01111 CLMC I aad "'e will sutul by return mail one tlozeii package of Blueirte."
12 diff'-rf-nt languages: fluently. He' I I \\ hen you have sold tliem. return us '"Of', retaining the balance 40f., a* your commit-

b"ar.scars on his fivt. made he da I ___ __ ____ Ion DoiKUdeUv, bat write at oncAdiirrss. ..
"" (ibtlVV MAM'FACTI'III.NG: CO. IWpt. C IS Bo I" I'liiU. Pa
t 'lares when hf was nailed! to ] !
: a cross FOP
State Senator.
Wants Others to Know. SOUTHERN PROGRESS. -
\ o n account of hie relUious belief. Hal
.v ii-eit DeWitt'a Little The friends of Hon. W. A. Blount I

i l ..-ror constipation and says he left the old world to esca11@ him
I hereby candidate
announce a* a i
The New
Industrie In the
:. .1 ,'v- ,. they I are all right. Iii Reported further pen;. ('uUon. for State Senator from this, the Kec- TRY THB HBW WANT tUMN I

:. ,,'uJ ," .:. i 'r: e them for I think South in a Week. :Mr. ISielsh. has practically memo- o rid Senatorial: District, and respectfully -

wu. ii W'. tii.a .1 ood thing: we ought Chattanooga. Ma)' 19- AmnnK the ( rlzed the Bible! and is a clear tad ask the support of all Democrats -

jetottn-r-IIIMW it," writes Alfred more Irapor iat n
Heinze, Jjiuey. Ill. They never ed hy The Tradesman for the week TIME TABLE.
j Hat of the Birmingham association ol
;:!rljlAIf ai-tre-i. .Sure, safe pilh.1fri !. ended :May i; are the following: For Representative.
*' John Sheppard Missionary: Baptist church. He is I f fa
: Pharmacy A $25.000: Iron works at Rockdale, II The friends! of Hcott M. Loftia take '
sidney Kahu. ( native of Damascus and came to this this
means! of announcing him as a
l> $25.0wv and machine
nn; fiwndry >i IS EFFECT DECEMBER 1. 11101
(country 22 yean a?". candidate for Representative in the
I:... Ale YoarKI4aryiTV shops at Johnson City. Tenn.: an Ice jtattory -
p j The daughter of Mr. BMsh" ii his ]Legislature from ;cambia county, New Orleans and Mobile.
".1M. JMr-uusPilUrnrP aJ i ki'lntiyUls.8"mO'efrw at Florence' Ala. $55,0i' ) land _. .
_ _
) AJJo'rl.n..; IleweJ.( ....(;llIca."or f V. I companion In his travels and he claims { and they desire the support of all -----
company at KJizaVth! City X. C.; an he has haptlznl son 500' persons \Democrat? in the coming primary. -o.e. No.5. :I No.?. :I Nn 8. I.f.I. :00.11.
oil mill at Athens. Ga.; a $lti>.000 ol" I 1:1:) a 12:15 m 11:35: p Leave------ Fersscola..Arrive 5:00 a 4:1) p 95)0 P
CA.STOTl.IA.::: within the past 12: months. Fcr Representative. 5s! a :11 p 1.12 a LII\ve...... lo"lomato:1..... Leave :!:1j a I 2JI: p 7:23, p
B-.m th. I"8 M Hu Haw AHays: Bong1 mill and fertilizer factory at Battle- j 11:)) a 4:2Xp I :!:5.3 a I. Leave .. ._ Mob.Ie .... Leave 12SJn't, 1Il n SrO p
d noro. N. C.: two oil mills at Eatonton, The friends of Henry C. Clopton .. ._._._ :::1p. 7)10 a Leave N.w IIrl""DII. Leave tIt'P' 7:5e __

s. ?: /I&z; Ga.. one with capital of $0.000; an oil SLAIN BY UNKNOWN HAND. I announce hitu a? a candidate for I North. -

I representative in the Legislature _ I II II
r..finl'ry at Ori.lin. Ga.; a trunk factory I
Murder of Woman i from
Mys\srious Young Fsiambia county. and ff'qU"3t
at high Point. N. C. a JU'rt.Otif) fur. I No.2.I f'to. t. ? o. 1 No.S.
at Laurens S. C. the support of all democrats in the iiut pm 12:1'1 p m Leave ..... Pen.acola .....ArrITe 4'C) p m 51: a m
-- .....,. ...-_---- niturf fartory at Uninn City Tenn.; a Columbia S. CMay 20.-The coiniuor_._democratic rrimary. <1:15< a m 6i:: p m ArrIT... ;Montgomery. .I.I'ave 11:15 ami a'I.'i p DI
"- .
"" Souring mill at Jamestown N. .C; a --- -- -- -- 1I:5 am 1 o::)Cpm .rrIva .. l5irmingbatn ...Leave 1Ilaam 4IJ5 pmo
;; PUBLICITY FOR t tt5i scream of a terror stricken woman For 7: p m 11:11) a m Arrive ..... ia.bvllid ......Leave ..... ..... I ..... ...
$ ').tiOO eluitric light power and traoj;j (quickly followed by the report of a Representative. 2;$/ am II.U a m Arrv .... 1.01118vllle ......L..ave 9:15: p m 2:1., am
tioii (ompany at Tallad la.: Ala.; a' The friends of J. T. Fillingim ofBluf 70 am 11:54 e m Arrive ..h..Clnclnnatl..l.eave p m 11:15 pm ,
THE PEOPLE. pistol at 10:30 o'clock last night caus 7:21lam: I:; ip m Arrive MLLou:. ..Leave _tnpm >Is.pm t
j SW.nno I oil mill at Henderson. i>. C.; [ j jed Spriap announce him as a ------ ---- --
citizens of Laurens to rush the
to j candidate for the .
mill AJa. ltlO I legislature subject PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.
an oil at Talladega, ; a $ ,-
Word'Costi j home of Walker Ed*'ards. | j to the democratic primaries of
r.\er> ) You Cent 000 oil mill at S. C. -
a Anderson.
cotton :
; On the back porch :Mrs. Edwards 22 i! July 15: and ask for him the support o. 21-Va1y No. 3-Daly I So stop where time not shown So. i-Daily I ISO. -DeltyIt:5S
\l au.1E\ery| Word is Head a planing mill: at Chattanooga Tenn.; I of all democrats. .
old found dead bul1 1
years was with a : pm 1)1 a m Leave .. acola.m..Arrl'l"e 10:50: pm 6w:
B\. erjbody. an iron furnace at Rirrainglum. Ala.: l let in her brain. 12:13 night 7.I.i" ..... Bohemta......_ .. 10:11": i sos pm"
.'- -- :: --_....... a planing mMI! at Sumter. S. C.: a cold I For Representative. U; } .. 7:11": .-.. Ynulltra! .-.-.--.. .. lJU" 1\:01 '"
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The coroner's Jury found death waa 12-25 7'B" .........I-8camba.; ..._. 10::!:! I 11 'I
a torago pant at Hunteville, Ala.; an caused by a unknown and | The friends of Chas. )1. Coston announce ILi.'i" 7i" ... ..... Mutat ..-...._ 111:23"' ;' 5:61i: '
,,0rl'U J.NJ). electric lisM plant \Dunn. N. C. I person no him as a candidate for ltI: .:!.i" ... .. Harp 10:1"I Ii ..} .
: at : ai representative .h. .h. :
.. .. ,. .. .. ..... .... have 'I .. .. I
arrests been .
-- -- I made although | in the legislature from 12.i" 'f.Ji": .........6lt City .....--.. 10:15" ; 1\1 '
$1".111fUndry$ l machine shop at ..... ... .
1 1 'N.M r :, )-\S-On housHbold farni'r. an there is much feeling in the 12M" 7:TJ" Milton 1":1" OIN 1
town. ;cambia county. and they ak the I ) .. U ..... _.... .. I'
'r.cows aDd all kinds of p..rr' Hickory .V. C. an oil mill at Diiun. 1:3. am. Good Raage ..... too :
., : P "tv Term wasy Htrlcteal ; i Edwards ears he was on the front' support of all democrats in the com I'So'i" il.l' to ...-.. .... Holts .... ...... :!! tjj; .. ,
4., ...., ".erL.t.tI.: Apply to A. A. 1-'If1er, N.: C.; Cotton gin and saw rain alt I piazza when the shot fired 'I ins! primary.For 2;2<1" ""-.1" .. .......-. thU"an; ....._ II::! flI'. ,
waa that .,
........ ........ 5"I
S'b4 .Cr".t.ltI.
'I : '''':t'1 ""la!.>llIlr."t. l.eary. Ga : a saw mill at Clayton : : I tI$} H
-- -- -- ,ended the woman's life. 1:1) : 'I.iII" ; .. .....D eer Land _._ : : 1IlIf"
fNF: :\ I.ENPoa: tmprovtHl r.>al es- Ala.: a |t;. >.rtw cotton mill at Durham i| I County Treasurer. 3.25 11.13" ..... -.IOdIlY Head ...no" II:" e.Ii4:0I ..
.' lat"n: !Ursjo or small ttinoJnt-i. at low N.C. a flouting mill at Frieudsvill1T I announce myself a candidate for : 1115" ".. ..DeJo'utllaIr.8prlngs. '1:1'1" 2ai ..
: Suicide Near tIi" 9:44 .... ... ...__ '
'ii- nf Ocala Fla. : Argyl Tu" 2:81"
lateral fall on Ltlm h.: Hrooka. ,renoiuination for the of ,
I T"- .: "lO-lMrrfl 1 flouring mill at hex position .:+) I s.a: no .POlCd de Leon..... 7V"! I 2:1' "
It''n.y at I"w. !r' I
: 4'.S. falafox Hi., Ki her Fla.
Ocala May BUtch
t> :.JIUK county treasurer of Ecambia county 5:')) IJla' ._ .. .'Ka.title...._ 717" 1:1.1"
_ _ _ _3m_1mMUN'KY i lugton.; Ala : a $100.000' cotton produce ;, a well: known citizen living In the I ,,subject to the action of the democratic 5.H"' 11:15' .- ..-_ Caryntl".."'_ 7:1:1"I I f.l ..
It ........ _._._. I ..
umpany at :Memphis. Tenn.; a >0, 1\ ::01 1,1111' .lIonlf"" 6::)) I::'T
To-ltAY. -1)Dyou ne..d money neighborhood of Bhtchton. committed&uicldf primarv. 6:')1" 1'ItT" .. ... ... Cbipley; .. ..... dI'1" I I 1:11t..
"n borrow any amount you want Ijarri-l 1illrng mill at Wuite Pine ITpnn. | under rather surprising circum- J. W. FRATER. 1\:101" II:ar" .. _. .CoHondale....._ 6:1'1" I lf'l nooll
to-.uyt fl easiest term mid lovii-si rates an i>l"'*rtric light plant at Dyerslitire. i 7'i) .. 1I :'5" U .........Marianne ........ C:")) I UU ..
I"hriohteinabeon improved city realuirfrom S tames He had glwn a party at his For Tax Assessor. 7:4') 11:.; .. .....Cypr"4 .. .... 5:3'1'" 11:1,5 a III
"' Wra. Usher. *x'-i! Mouth 1'ala.llt'tn..t ;. Tern an icp factory at FlorI] home, to which were Invited a large 7i-} 115:: .....Oraad RIdge...... 5I:! 11:25: ..
in.u "1p.. S C. a $ I\.I. plant! to manu I I I hereby announce niyaelf a;? a 1V! t.w: 1100:1 .. ... D"ad! .. ....-.- ri: I" tIJs" } "
number of his irlends and Mr. BUtch ,candidate for re-election as Tax A=use sla 1:15" ArrIveF.iverJnnctton .Leave 5:111" 101"

If .\'.ot: WANT TO BOKKOW MO.NKY fa tiuo :;ealvanz! Iron at .\tlanta'i! seamed to be in an exceedingly happy .or for E..cambia county, subjectto _n_ ___ _____ -

-'j'v,\,!ntri.1 money<:11 of title liinire, buy your or pr'/perty.sell real pro-*sJittc Ga.: a lll'i.O'V; ) manufacturing ,.rom.I I frame of mlad and was affable and i the action of the democratic primary i(>=GOLA=o. Buy; a new garden hose
at Jickson. Tonn. $ }.rtflll
rrnt prop"rty oj any description, have pany ; an ; pleasant;; throughout the evening. As I i'' Julv 13.:
v.its collected or your taxes attended to. ('(.t tOil 1):1| null At O/.aik.! Ala : knitting j I II W. \V. RR'HARDS. from the Willis Hardware
'".l on or aldree4 Thos. C. Watson A Co. *oon as the guests had departed heplsfod I Grist and Corn
|Veal l Pills.H.
R.a! Mtate and Insurance a'.nu.' Fensa- I mill at Wln'n| ::SaI.r.i N C.; a $25; ; a pistol to his nead fired andmm.Iiately I .
cola I Kla. Cbarges moderate To everyonewho OilO har'iwoo.l nunufartunni For Tax Collector. j Company.
buys a lot from u< we will lend money ; l'l.mpa i expired No cause Is assigned I hereby announce myself as a GONZALEZ & CO.
Prop s I I
N. C. ,
v.tt!which to build a house. id-l ny at Jr.'enslioro. for the rash deed candidate for re-election as Tax Collector I

l for E*cambia county, subject Mannfactcrers !{,I
I'ur Were Put on Short Time.
Itciil.OSK to the! action of the democratic CHOICE MEAL AND PURE GItOUNL ,.
_ _ primary CHOICESTOF
r -"- _""" Ka ton Pa.. May 19.-As a result of

( RTWO nu-elv furni.ned rooms al the anthracite coal miners' strike the July 15.A.. H. D'ALE rBERTE.I I STOCK KEKD. ,
$oulb feprin*!: street. ailtt _____ .__ -
.-. --. -- :00 men employed at the J.phigh'al.- -- I Patronize. Home Industry for there ii
-- A WEAK STOMACH For Tax Collector. I every reason! yon should bay roar: Meal asS
1\1..1''; 111..1.'ANTIU.. h'y railroad! company's: shops here : Block Feed from tbe Home Manufacturer,
-- ----- ---- The friends of Henry Bellinger announce for by 10 doing you. encourage borne Indai- f FRUITS IND f fAT
have \>f>en put on s-hort time. The road i I When the stomach is weak CONFECTIONERY( Y
\\"ANTEI -Men to learn barber trade. him as a candidate for Tax try. Your money li left In the commaaltj:
fl has taken off all its coal trains and'only your food remains undigested, and you In tarn are Indirectly benefited
lI..rels yourchaneeonly eight week Collector of Escambia
.,. i r-d, iteadv practice;, expert: inntruc tht! ." of th* 15 <-rpusually f mployd -I j and you fail to receive the proper county !!Ub.1 In fostering the home manufacturer you -
ject to the democratic primary to contribute the -
',lectures. to cause of labor. You o..eto
tooUpreannted. wa eiSatur- nourishment from it. .
I -. diplomat !granted, position! !guaran in making up( trains IUTP are at i Try a held July 15. 1002, and request the It the eommnnity la which yon live aafl
1. Catalogue mailed free Moler gather ,,;orh. 'I dose! of HOSTETTER'S STOMACH support of all Democrat'.. I which contributes to roar support 0. APOSTLE'S
'. -ge. New Orleans La. mStf: flITTERS after each meal. It I _ ,
---- --_. .-- -- will aid the stomach in its! workof For County Commissioner. !

AJ.r.'nl''unl&.I.. Kelly Has Been Fired. .1 digestion and prevent Dys1E1'SIA I Pocket cutlery and scissors 14 East eminent St.
--- -........ ..... 19. Treasurer The friends of J. W. Brewton of I ,
Manila.! :May Kelly, CONSTIPATION, KIL-
\\\STKI: good solicitor will : district No. 5 announce him as a i from the finest to the
M. iiood comniission to right; one. Ad pay; of the province of Xueva F>ija Lu-1 I lors.NESS, NERVOUSNESS.. candidate for re-election from said Formerly Cordova Bestauraut Stand

-' H., care this office. mUtfXTKDWork //on whose chars" that the native gov1ornor I Try it.HOSTETTER'S district, subject to the action of the cheapest, at the Willis One car-load of Pineapples at 11.75

of that proUnce. Senor Santos primaries July 15. I Hardware Co. to $2.00 per dozen.F.E. I
\\ :\ It 1..1.
had been guilty of dishonesty was not ...
\\' \: by deserving lady lth. proved on investigation has been dismii"4 -I I
-vret small cblldren to support. Sen- Civil Corernor .
from office hy Acting j
iir.m' (. aayttun, Mrs.: Wilioo.K :

,\' \STElJ-.UI bottl .-. 'H.-A.-kladi KKIKDMAK.- ot,-'-empty--noT9tfI' bee-- I I resign.. ,- (!i'! Wade & Son E.8rawner'sOne.Plice CashHouse J

.... -- -- ---- Ferryboat and Steam Yacht Collide. ,

19.-The Staten island ,
l'OIt ?"A141.::. New York.lay ;
'- ---- ferryboat Mlddietown! was lp collision .< REAL ESTATE J

t? '**!. '--TIIO raest arguable loti In with the steam ywht Aileen thia ; .CUT PRICES IN TWO i
,,1? city on easy! terms by the Klsher .
Rental ant! Brokers
Kl'sllitate: Ateib Money
'""..t. Agency, 2)4'- South: Palafoi morninB; The ferryboat's cabin waa \: in ,

l almS badly damaged and it is reported one i, ,
-------- i Ii8 Vet GiMoriiiuent "t. 11)')) yarlJ. Dress Swisses, worth 6s: 20 dozen Ladies' Lisle !I I
"0 U 1.'l'H \:. man waa kill!'.!. The Aileen belongs to i Thread 50 pieces! Medicated 24-inch Cotton
.... yard, 10 yards for 30 cenu. i t Vests! worth 3.5 cents, for 20''r
-----. ., --- -- ---- ------- Richard 9te en*, of the New York I! yours Diaper, 10 yards in a piece, worth .

:Nti.E! COUB BROWN LKOHOKNS I Yacht Club. !| City, Surburban Property and 1<(X ) yasds Dre< Dimitys, worth t. cents. Soc, for this sale, 60c.
i-MHora-r,iy.at Willis stock HardwareCo's.and Eggs for sale Igstf II I I ;' C,10.yards for 45 cents. | 1000 Boy's and Men's collars, 100 dozen Ladles' Fast Black. Full

Timbered Lands for Sale. broken sizes, to close at 3
out each.
I Hose
IIA lit GOOJ) TRAVELING IS DANGEROUS. :: 2JOO yards bleached yard wide Domestic i regular lOc goods, '

'''-' -.. Constant motion jars the kidneys I I 10 yards for 45 cents. I 200\ Ladie Madras and White for this sale, 6J(c a pair; 4 pair for !

1\tRi end fUlUH d""ijr in BEIRVE-Mannfaoturei Hair ooods, Hate Toilet;. which are kept in place in the body: I J, $ents Colleeted Prompt Returns made ,,. 2<)00 yards unbleached Sea Island I 45c.Waists, worth 75c and U. to close at 2.5c.100 dozen Men'a I I II

Vrwt '. Hair", etc-KB! W. Government Seamless Half ,
by delicate attachments. This i5'' yard wide Domestic, 10 yards! for 45 Hose in
I I brown, red and black for
-- -- ---- the reason that traveler, trainmen, j!' Valuable City 1'roportj, Im- cents. 50 pairs! Lace Curtains, 21. yards 5c a pair. .

'.10". ,'r... For Kunerulw. street car men teamsters and all !' 1 I long, regular 75c goods, to close at
...........-" - - .: pro\ecl and Uniniprotvd, 2000 yard Embroideries, regular 45c. 25 dozen Men's French Dropped.
F: "'np.i: : i OK KUNEKAL8 farnlsnw I who drive very much utIer from price 7}i to SWc, 10 yards for 43: cents. Stitched Under Shirts, worth 40c, to
oirptiy. in bouquets or ipeclal designs I 1 fur Sale. 25 dozen Large Turkish Bath Tow- close
!II kidney disease in some form. FoIey' at 25c each. Drawers to match.
-It'V.Moltt* :dorlno.tl: :: West Gregory ',I 1000 yards Dress! Pique and Ducks.! els, worth $2, wilt close at f 1.20. I
: Jvdlm Kidney Cure strengthens the List with Us your Houses! for Rent. worth 10 and 12>-jC, lu yards for 85 30 dozen, Men's Fancy Stripe :

..... ( 'U'i' ....LO\VEUM. I kidneys and cures all forms of kid- '. cents. 2') dozen 24x33-inch Bleached Lace Under Shirts, 45c each. Drawers -
._- .- nay and bladder disease. Geo. H.H Towels, for this sale, at SOc dozen. to match. I

( ''1'1' BLOWERS and Moral teslgni- usan, locomotive engineer. Lima, I j I: We Guarant'Iatisfaction. ,i boo yards Dress Cross Bar, worth 35 dozen 2Sx42-inch ; I
.,'l"al d"*Ilnl! ordered for cnstomenaos Towels, rez- 2 dozen Ladles' Black and Colored
V 0., writes, -Constant vibration ef SS>c, 10 yards Ion 50 cents. ular
.. ,\'Iolotte.:j!V Moreno* Welt Ort'ory! the engine caused me a great deal i lOc goods, for this sale, 90c Silk Taffetta Waists, regular price "

dlm of trouble with my kidneys, and I j PROFESSIONAL CARDS. 1. 25 dozen Ladies' Bleached Vests dozen 3.50, to close at $2 20 each. t

Simmer Law School. got no relief until I used Foley's i with tape in neck, 5 vests for 25 50!) yards White Batiste Lawn, This sale will positively not run

UNIVERSITY Kidney Cure." W. A. D'Alemberte, i I cents. regular 12} quality, 10 yards for Soc. for longer than one week.
OF VIRGINIA. 121 S. Palafox street. I W. C. ROWE, M. D. J
:1 mountains. id 8umml'r. Jn,.
.; P'-Miber I. t-o:3. By the Law Faculty.. i i Office: ITS'! S. Palafox.
, ti..t. in beginners; to candidates for tbe Do von want a magnificent watch 'I iF. E. BRAWNER'S ONE-PRICE CASH
.e /"i a HoanfromSto :aQ &. m. aad 1 to 3 p. m HOUSE ;
\ ,mal" who have lackec for little money? If #o, call on
tructioa.. For catalogue, ad Stephens the jeweler. He will accommodate I and To'cloci.: ,

'K. IISOB, !\ffrtbrr, (brlotimWe fa. you. Phono os. I t 1O5; SOUTH PALAFOX STREET 4t

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f tf? .w .wm ing a report that be "and Mr. Beard I For County Comminion '
jZKlxirx'j j BUSINESS LEAGUE'SMAY Mr. Frank Johnson hereby announces Stroogost 1 io t tteforjf
tiKBt had formed a combination to fight himself as a candidate for
Politics and \ Mr. Myers. He denounced this ae n as county commissioner
i | = MEETINGs district four Escambia county,
H red at the Poet Office at PenMtcoU nntrueVd said he had made no to the will of the democratic The ,mod Annual Statement fr Yea,

:j ?'fa.,teeond-elats matter. B I combinations nor pledges and was I voters In the coming primaries. He Ending December Slat, 1001 of
does this for the reason that he
i OFFICE :-Pltl'. Building 211>i Booth I Politicians simply toting his own skillet. Tbere was barely a quorum at the wants the office and thinks he can
' hlaIox street -etatrs. 'IIs
np t. regular meeting of the Yocng Men's i be of benefit to the best interests of I HE f (EQUITABLE
the whole county. If bis friends
Editor Neel rounds out his '
THE NEWS PUBLISHINC CO. reportof last but
Business League eight, con- and the people interested agree with

t I. B. HIL60N, Managing Editor.W. the meeting by saying: sid erable business was transacted him, he will appreciate their sup un
M. BALL Business Manager. Bays F. Meets to Miss Congressional I "While we make no boasts', like in which those present manifested port. [ OC1E1Y.

, Chair Hays Lewis, about what his majority For County Commlilioner.I ,
Advance. :
: Terms: Invariably in deep interest. Assets .... ...... . .
,) OB Year by MaiL _.. ._.$500eisMonlbt I "Ob,charming maid Just hit to me | will be, we will say, however, Communications were read from hereby announce myself as a ).Q "a
1 _. ._. :290On I candidate for re-election as county Reserve and other Liabil
f *Week by Carrier' Payable Monday" 10 "While I my love coofets, that unless some great change comes Hon. S. R. Mallory relating to the commissioner from district 2 of Es I ities... .... .. . 25HS1 ..-t<<

.i "Acd gratt pray full amctsly over the people of Holmes county, cambia county, subject to the action -- -
which had been
several matters referred -
Surplus(from which Dividends .
Rates Furnished
Admitting Application of the democratic primaries July 15,
j "For my records aDd the mt. when the vote of Holmes is announced to him and other members of | and ask the support ')f the voters. are paid)... . $ -i t ... 6i

TELEPHONE NO. IIS.PO8AOOLA "To serve tbee It my greatest Joy General Lamar will b e JOHN G. WELSH.
the state's delegation at Washington Paid to
. "J live for caught betide; Policyholders in
pleased.' 1901... .... .. ...... .. .$
and were submitted For Commiiiioner. 277U.C.
"Torn not away ob! maidro coy reports I County

4UNI.BElf; ( "Thy love would be my pride. THE POLITICIAN. several of the standing and special i The friends of W. A. Shelby bere I New Insurance in 1901..f 24i.9u-! :
by announce his candidacy for reelection Total Insurance in force
L Bays Miss C. C. to F. Myers: WONT FOLLOW ADVICE AFTER committees, among them the following as county commissionerfrom I Dec. 31, 1901. .. .. ..!U7 9!.;:s :w
PAYING FOR IT. i district No. 3 of Escacblacounty
"Tb]. honor 1 appreciate. : Notwithstanding the
i MAY 21, 1902. subject to the action of thei greater fluau- 1
i In a recent article a prominent vial of the '
"But your feelings I mutt jar; Judge Beg s. chairman of the |i Society and the
I democratic July 15 and
physician says, "It is next to impos primaries greater security which
its .
f: TH'E republican leaders in the "You bricg your love, indeed, too late sible for the physician to got his pa special committee to collect and pre ask for him the hearty support of all holders thereby enjoy the RATES p :;;-v
I've picked out Bill Lamar:' tients to ;l democrats.
out prescribed LOW
carry any are and GUARANTEES
house of representatives have determined serve historical data and mark his- !
\\i. I course of hygiene or diet to the ter than given by otherKXOWLES compal,
i;; to ignore the Crumpacker Escambia county bas spoken in no smallest extent; he has but one resort torical objects and places, reported 11 I -I Never Knew Pain killer to Fail i :'
resolution for an investigation of left namely, the drug treat :
': uncertain voice for Hon. W. B. La- m erit." When medicines are used gratifying progress in the work anda [ before what caa the matter be.(1Vbere ?
suffrage restrictions in the southernetates. {
is the bottle? BROS.
: I There I
committee's' ,
for chronic the mostmild t Interest in the
constipation lively
mar for Congress,|bat she will
They are doubtless impelled speak I and gentle obtainable, such as thought so; it is not Perry Davis'i1

! to tbis course by the conviction that in louder: tones on the day of the I| Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver purposes by many citizens; and the I if Painkiller at all, but something the General .-\ll'ntl.

I: to open up sectional controversyupon election Tablets should be employed. Theiruse committee was granted further time ,I druggist j must have made himself 3u9 .
primary July 15. I and I did not notice it; I have ned 8. Palafox St.. PENSA. ( .
is not followed by constipation
such an issue would endanger ]Painkiller for
to pursue its work. years for diarrhea,
'I as they leave the bowels in a natural
the prospects of their party iu the When the Democratic 'cramps and stomach aches and it -
't I League's and healthy condition. For sale Prof. H. Clay Armstrong chair- J "
approaching elections. by all druggists and medicine deal never failed. !

i tkME enterprising New York dealer from each of the twenty voting precincts I -- I immigration and advertising, made ';I CONCERT AND DANCE AT V1 -
has imported a number of spring "MAGNOLIA BLUFF THUIi-
of the
lambs from New Zealand which county gets fully organized STREETS J HAVE I an interesting verbal report upon i ]DAY NIGHT. TRAINS AT 8. *::iO # Back

there will be a rally that i matters referred to it, including that h'',' AND 9. LAST TRAIN RETURNS
with added duty will be sold i in
'! ; AT 11:50. TICKETS 25; l'.E\TH.
competition with the domestic I will make the welkin' ring throughout BEEN PIACARDEI!I jof the preparation of printed matter AT DEPOT. AV1TI101T .\

products otfered at trust prices. The the county. i I advertising the city and county and ; -- I >\ <)ltl> II"

value of such an object-lesson is ob I I Marston $ Quina carry \,
i asked for further time to formulate
vious. It will be similar iu ellect to We old politicians delight in a In lice with a recent suggestion1 i 'the largest line of matting, BUFFALOBaking
i its plans, which was granted
the importation of steel rails at Pen-11 lively campaign-and we are having iinade a of THK window
J i i by correspondent ; rugs, shades, etc.
sacola iu with I I Mr. F. E. Brawner, from the ,
competition | I II
theex-j i I it this time. It grows warmer and NEWS, the Terminal company has | : in the city We lay our PowderDoes
i actions of the steel trust. special committee to consider the
-- --.--- ;(warmer day by day. I am glad. too, j i placed at each street crossing the J matting free.
improvement of the city parks and
EAKTHIJCAKE and volcano statistics | to see the young democrats' taking I ntsu :ames of the intersecting street, andtbi not Give Pert
are of particular interest i Ij streets, made a verbal report of Foley's Honey Tar l'5atlfJctllllJGuaranteed
[, much interest: in public affairs. |i custom has been followed over ': and
cow, and according to the history j I II ', !;I progress, and the committee was children.&afe.sure. Xo opiates.
disclosed the 1 They inn-t take our places when we all the line embraced in the system. -- '
thereby Nicaraguaroute i
II continued and granted further o.
for an isthmian canal appears, I.|, old politicians are called to our I PatroLS of the company are under time. Plant a spring garden., f

to be more susceptible: to danger 1 fathers, and they can only learn the I many obligations to the management I The Willis Hardware Co.

from such catastrophes; than the I I by getting' into the thick of Reports from special committees
ropes the i for the timely instruction furnished can sell you the tools cheap.
Panama route. Very well then lethe t: on the Meridian railway project on
i fray. Bat i is wont do to demand that
: I i! by the placards posted so
Panama route b<* selected if title the establishment of a classical I BANNER
can be procured. What the people i'I they do their full share of the work plainly as some of the suburban ,
school and on the of 'the moat healing ,
organization a etrva In ttv*work
of this country want i is< a canal. without granting them some share 'I streets were almost unknown to a _. --- ----- a
promotion company, were called for
of the rewards. The I It you want a nice to
young demoji( majority of citizens until the com present give
THE DeFuuiak Stockman says: but none were forthcoming. i I to a friend go and look through the -
"The shortage of beef in the carcass I crats are entitled to recognition in i j: pany adopted the wise suggestion. elegant line of suitable articles at
Bills of
at Chicago for the mouth of April ,j distributing the tlSies, and it is I expenses of the joint quarantine I J. I. Stephens, you surely can find : Absolutely Pure

ISXtt, is over 65uuuJOO( pounds. That1is i I;, right that they be encouraged i in Holds I'p a CCHI&reI<+Dlan. I investigating committee were something want anything to please in the Diamond you. If line you --

I a pretty big shortage for one their efforts to secure their share,1! "At the end of the campaign" presented! and approved and refer- |be sure to see him before you buy. : It makes delicious bi-'cii" I

month, and facts beat theories in i writes Champ Clark, Missouri'sbrilliant red to the secretary for adjustment -- flue. etc. ,
j for
r it gives them a personal interest t congressman, "from overwork You can prove this! b i
accounting for high priced beef." I in the campaign! and when one has: ;' nervous tension loss of sleep I with the officers of the Chamber of f.:;I.; If you are thinking of moving KfFFAIOatrial. )
The Stockman might! have added the and constant speaking I had about I
.I fact that the beef trust caused the I a personal interest he always does: !;, utterly collapsed It seemed that all I see Harry Hallmark or call phone osi AiE MA H .,.

t shortage for the express purpose of f !|, 'better work ,| the organs m my body were out of I special committee on monthly) ''! 251 and let him quote you prices He '|I Halt* A(ifIF !
i order but three bottles of Electric: ,
; advancing prices and that its methods Bitter made me all right. It's the !i program through its chairman the 1'i': has the best spring floats iu the city. .

of doing this are now being investigated i Rut talking about lively fights, the best all-round medicine ever sold i;!I I president, reported progress, and':, .

1 by the courts. i i contest for tax collector is going to 1 'i| over a druggist's counter." Over I I, that the program for the meeting;
wo'ked. rundown men and weak .
THE South, in Congress, will soon be the real thing. Arthur D'Alem- sickly women gain splendid health[ 'I'i: would be a statement relating to.! ORANGE MINT :

be redeemed from i I I beets the old and vitality from Electric Bitter I: '
misrepresent war horse, has one of ; { membership from the secretary
Try them: Only We. Guaranteed bv j I
tion. Hawley, republican congressman i i the young race horses in the person W. A. D'Alemberte, 121 South Pa l. 'j: which was presented, together with] iJs;i i a New Drink ,
of Texas will be succeeded afox .
by street.C. ,
; (of Henry Bellinger/ pitted against 'I. the following preamble and resolutions I
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a democrat. White the only negro j I -AT-
member, will give place to a democratic him this time. It's going to be a which were considered, and I tt i1Y_ P
i !
0; neck-and-neck K. OF A. DANCE i i' ...ANDERSON'S...
successor. In the senate run-young racing on motion action thereon deferred 1 J

Butler populist of North Carolina, i i blood against seasoned staying | >. to the next meeting when it i U ::;:;::; : ?

' will also go and his place be filled -- .'. .r... -.0. .o' i I : ._... .

by a democrat. Gorman succeeds
can get your coney covered either --- I;i for their consideration and disposi-] <, "LATEST CREATIONS'I ,
Wellington whose colleague M Ic- : I: .
, Comas will be thd way/ I I! tiou: -1I >-
ext to go. De- j I Perhaps ibo people went to Maii
r boe of Kentucky is preparing! to I I I ;;i!uolia] Bluff last night to enjoy the : "Whereas In consequence of th I High-Grade :
And Stationery
they do ;. ,
yield his. place to a much better say of candi-i financial depression that has existed ;I A Quick Lunch
i dance given by the Catholic Knights i [ : ,
t man. And there are others. dates is not yet complete ; that there OFFICE SUPPLIES .0( 2 !
during a of the winter
p THE Leesburg; Commercial- coutenda is prospect of some other good man i!j of America. Two special trains were !spring a part number of valued past members! :' Newspapers and Periodicals $ j\\t WHY NOT DO IT HERKl
J pressed service I
to those l
giving John Fraser carry tI Our service is as
a run for thej' rapid as win
rt that the restriction of eligibility :' of the USE
'attending. League have been compelledby I THErl' > |I waiter, perfect '
management t:
: to suffrage in the i imposed J i treasury plum. Let them cum ; ,.
primary e )t I I stress of circumstances to cane Parker "Lucky Curve"sir fej j modern facilities can make it I
'. by the state committee wa 4 j The more the merrier !i i Dancing and refreshments' : were .. ten-minute eater can app-a-t

r... unwise and dangerous.! To exclude .I i 'delightful features, and during the];:: their memberships by resignation Fountain Pen.BENNETT'S. ]hunger without impairing his ution. .

from participation in a party Relative to the Lamar meeting re- intermissions everybody strolled otherwise; therefore be it .

.: primary those who have engaged! in[ centlv. held' at \Vestville Editor i down the walk over the water and II "Resolved That the dues in arrears : .U'J Y. Halafox et. Prn,.arvda. 1 I The 20th Century

factionalism by running for office, :I John Neel of I 'i of all members whose names Ei9- -w -> w = .=. .'. .:-w- Restallrallt
the Advocate says: enjoyed the healthful breezes dis- i = or voting for those who ran for of-1 I
fice, outside of the orgamzitinn: I "Hispefch was well receivedand j',i: tributed o freely. have been dropped from the roll of --- serves a variety of excellent '

should be regarded by all loyal democrats made a good imnt 1ession. Many i,|, The prize offered by the manage I, membership! for non-payment ofI 11RY specially hasty eating.prepared and suitabi' '

as a step in the direction of expressed themselves afterwards (J j meat for the best! lady dancer was I I I i dues, since September I. IWl! bp and ':' GEORGt Our Sandwiches and Dairy UI' '

i party purity and future harmony. that they had been in a quandary as I J awarded Miss Nellie Amswortn. I l'i they are hereby remitted ; Provide ,.. are really delightful.

No such person can be deprived of' ; I : That said members shall Phone 471. ;
to how ht' would apply for
vote but after | ;
his vote in the succeeding election. I. who performed the difficult figures '!I Pearl
| j &
( Blumer.
; hearing )Ir. I I j I reinstatement on or before the firstday
and all he has to do to restore hi1 Lamar they' said they i with such perfection with )Ir. Ben i iCroua. ]I
I II of July, 1'!I02. 216 K. Palafox St.Now .
standing in the party council i* to i would support him. I i I -

vote then for the party nominees ,j ---- "resolved That all members ,
I I The large crowd was returned to
s The same paper reports that GenI I I whose resignations have been presented Is Veer Time
: 13UPPUsE: that Senator: Hanna sue-1 the city at mid ight after an evening -

l reed, by using the power of the administration I j eral Lamar stated in hill speech: that ;: of the highest delight.! and accepted since September

in securing relief for I|, he was being criticised for not resigning j J. 1W1, be and they are hereby 10 Ill \ A

Rathbone ; suppose! that the protection his present position when 1 tejTHt i ; SANTA KOSA ,; cordially invited to apply for re-ad-: a I

of the Greene and Uayuor J:'angIf I became a candidate for another of- JslHK BATHING: KSTAHLISHMKNT ':: mission on or before the first Jay cf bJ J/; ; t/
( thieves is effected by juggling 4, GOOD ij WHEEL CHEAP t r
in the courts: suppose that the 'i iice. He said and truly that it had Bathing in the warm gulf waters is II July, 1!11f.!." 1
iconceeded to be the finest iu the -
trusts, whose contribution to republican not been the custom heretofore for a i'! world. Every thing for pleasure with A bill of Nick's Restaurant for'

;' campaign fund are needed man who held an office to real gu'satety.' Good board and lodging I by I| 122.95: for expenses: of the: anniversary 1,1 I : (

are permitted to escape:: the con*@- when he became a candidate for auP the day or wepfc. Luncheon promptly 'i celebration approved by the ,
of their unlawful served at all hour*, day er night !I Lad I..*' M I .
yneuces acts; "- ''other. He I'committee I ''uarri!:- guaranteed
; named several in"tancesto ClIAKLKb H. BrKln.N, on entertainment wa? -
pose that the campaign fund contributors am-tf for two y.rr-. riilar fIiJ.IJI':

"succeed in defeating the illustratrris point of other men Manager ordered paid. It's a Mistake i wh'rlfur .. .. . .. .. S
I 'who are candidates! now, who :: The resignations of J. E.
isthmian canal legislation demandtd hold Elegant china closets ;, Ross! I. dih' ..
('r -("eh'<. euaranteed
: by the people-are there no hi ?- ,, offices, and no one is criticising" and sideboards and leatherseat Wm. Blumer, Dr. A. Diaz Robt. A. i I fort .
j .
4. vii- insular |:V/J"(
set, fair-minded, republican voters ,, asking them to resign. He said that chairs at MarstonQuina's. French and Clyde E. Wil-on weSyl First-Class Western Beef Is !' grad fur .. .t. .

who and will express repudiate their such indignation party policies at' I Mr. Myers held a position as state: Low prices; ea !I,! presented and accepted.New ; Not 25 Cents a Pound. 1 1902 Columbiaguaranteed for

the polls j 1;: senator and was; a railroad attorn ey. ,, payments. mtinberH were elected as fu-! ___ i i i four years going at. .. J'
-------- I Why did not - Look at our Prices:
-- they criticise him and low: E. L. Jo'lyn (!. K. Torn ,e,
Foley's Honey and Tar contain J ask him to rests..' MAGNOLIA BLUFF rHl'RSDAylXIUHT. 1Vtn. A. Tippin Dr. Rinaldo A1I 1:- Extra Loin. ... .. .. .15c La-tvear to lie. Now 20c '
'' :
2* opiates and can safely be given JI I 9. TRADiSATb.I-IOAXD'; [ mono J. C. Carter and R. E. Toal. Round.... .. ... .. 15c Ificl SIMPLY ASTONISHING!
children.. W. A. D'Alemberte. 1 n the ;same; speech General Lamar TRAIN RETURNS! AT1 Brisket and Chuck.- h3 10c
Palafox 11:50. TICKETS 25 CENTS, AT,. The hour of meeting for the iRib Roan .. .. .. .. loc 18c
121 8. street. said that his tueraiewere circulat- DEPOT. suing three: months was changed: to Ramp ...... ..... .. loc loci j! *

SURF BATHINO EXCURSION. Garden tools in endless 1 o'clock p. m., and the League ad- Considering quality above price :I Buy a Wheel. Work has begs
cheaper than in Other of
Your Liver variety and at rockibottom journed. I.I this size in the country.any City I''' the street' You can eu9U

will at the We do have to pay more for oar ride everywhere
The Steamer Enterprise carry prices Willis $ar fl. You never heard of any one nsin?
WI!) be 'rd Its meats, and have
roc to natural duti to
bather* and seekers Folpy Honey and Tar and noting be charge more
sirf to
pleasure Co.'s. I
a; y ur t> U'IK*" teadahrnil ware than formerly, but it i"a't our fault <
the life sauiitatiou Thursday, c>C'nHratl be .ur.-j it you take satisfied. W. A. D'Alemberte and we are selling as Iowa;; we po-I!
vggTORIA.Bette : 121 'H. Palafox street.
and Saturday afternoon*, sibly can.
Hood's Pills rte the Ltd Ya Has A'an m --- -- i
a'. leaving Palafox wharf at 6 sift sharp. : 3 I will repair your watches and '* PARLOR MARKET i f. B. 6KUGE.r

." Siav.'t Sold tj an dr.gists.: :5 ce tI. Ep.ttrI d : Jewelry In flrst-claes! style. J. IStephens. j I .
i 1
Phone 173.: .J *. IJH1 ; I
. 1 .'i. .__ 110. : :tint*.

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w C O'NEAL, President; F. C. HORTON. Cashier I "

...'J.'FOSHEE,Yice.Pre.ident, Condon.od statement: of the M. E. CLARK Au't C.hlr.: I MARITIME. R. HALLIDAY & CO.



For May toflate _. n ___. ..._._!dD'eb

PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA, AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS MAY 12, 1902. ARRIVED. Extraordinary Values in Worthy Merchandise. ';

Tog Echo with barge Trojan and Ludwig!:
from Jucaro

pine I.)&tl: .. .. J4M,271.47 Capital Stock $20000000) ARRIVED AT DetnatdLoate. 42086.14 Surplus IO.x.OO Am &I Peni cola. !( \*, Leech.Tampico to Decided Reduction for the Coming :'
Omdrafte,.-.. "" ...... 2, 34.33 Net 7E26.61! Gulf Transit Co :
; E. Bond and. Premium... ............ bO.2 O.00 1 ,400.00 f
and 6718.48 C CLEAKKD.: :
Furniture 7500000 .Week :1!
.. ...
I. K. Btaffips. 607.76 Dividends 15.00 Tag Britannia,O'Leary,SCranton
aDd 182,89384 ....
>n Deposits .
360,320.60 SAILED All our Printed Wash Fabrics that formerly sold at.... ......lSc. now 12';c

$774,262.01 $774,262.011: Nor bk Hiriapore.Tobncec H amMiri!: All our Printed Wash Fabrics that formerly sold at....... ..20: now l cAll

TN bank opened for business October 2a, 1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give I! York Am Mb Llxzie K Wllley Rivers, New our Printed Wash Fabrics that formerly sold at.... .....25c, now 20e .

vCr busictfcs prompt, courteous and careful attention. 1! Am Mb Mary E Morse, New bury Cienfaegos All our Printed Wash Fabrics that formerly sold at...... ...3 c. now 25c

Interest Paid on Time Deposits. i For One Week only we will offer our entire line of White Goods, including 1

J I QUARANTINE. b-4 Organdies French Lawns, Persian Lawns, India Liuous, etc.; f
i It bk ColumblniM, Parodi Montevideo, also our entire line of Table Damasks, Napkins Dovlies, Towels etc., and
I to order whole stock of Black Dress Goods at Discount of 1212%. I
FAIRCHILD our a Special
B. H. BASEBALL EXCURSION FROM order Br bk J H Marttere, Krt, frank. Belize to

This is a Rare Opportunity to Purchase Reasonable and Staple Merchandise ,

QprxOLBTBRER ALABAMA THE SHIPPING. at figures very close to Wholesale Cost. '

rC"Cft ((cp* end Refinishing a I --- I .

Specialty. An excursion from Linden and i la Hued Lumber Atlant Co 11W5 Bvensen.to Fetatco- SPECIAL -

Selma !, Br C'nthla.I\IIIH, Ieansto NV Keyber A !
Phono 406. Ala., left the flrst-named Coi

I SS were TRANCES received place at 6 o'clock this morning for'x,i i I Span jo'ranclaclI'S9 Co Kchevaena to Gull IIOOJBlack]; Silk Umbrellas. 26-inch, Steel Rod, Close Roll,
Br Olencoe SWK Cooper to order
Pensacolaand! is due here at about 1 Br Cab tie :>:iis. totiuitTransit !
R. K. WHITE, this morning Hornby to Oaudge. Natural and Sterling Silver Mounted Handles, that
i 6 o'clock this afternoon. Br tca".tl'Il, 1'CC:
; ;Msrtmt-en, to Hull Transit
.Manufacturing Jenelerl I the Bre w ton Co Formerly Sold at $1.85 $2.50 and $3.25 :
r'etthmaier !II l A rate of $3: for the round trip was Vermont, 277i, Oeborl&e. to C W Ea- '
baseball team,
and firaJaate Optician, allowed by the railroad company, gernaa IIHII'S.I .
IS For this Sale $1.50.
strengthened Nor King Cenric, l'oulen to PCnsacoiumber "
and it is stated that :{
I over to passeu-:
I Co
sestl 1'.1.01 Ot. PfD-uol.. ilarvwwv by Vernell and
get* are aboard. ', Nor Apathe, 11.',. HJonncss, to SSL Co
: I Fritz, battery Rue Albion.t11 i.!:!nail. to M" Lfo
.- r- This excursion i* patronized bvnegroes Nor ,
'I' Hernia H.1K Jobn-ou to orderIt R. HALLIDAY & CO.
I ., Z".c -. for the t5tone. Uulseppe li Albundo,tar:. Monti, (o F.a- ;
to a great extent, although sane KrosKus ;
walls will arrive : Hera 1'WT, Hoijgbloin. to S L('o
NEWS NOTES ; here early in the morning and I the telegraph conveyed the informa- bert'o Rue Lima,Ku Burke, to i'entacolti Lutn- Telephone 193. 33 and 35 Palafox Street.Ladies' .

I tion this morning that a number of Jt I BrUnln.i.''', %eno.toorder
j be in good trim for the game: tomorrow Nor Mala ura, IKS Bruu gaard to H P
I I j rich planters and cotton mill operators -1 HbotterCo t SEE THEM:
-../ afternoon with the Giants at Nor Paragon, 714, Busch, to ti P Shelter k
are on the train, coming here to i kI
: r.4 =Extette WIll meet Palmetto Reach. CoIt HBint Antonia de Pardova, fi. Quarto. 'I
: see what kind of facilities are aft onlerBr
:. '.. ,-/,1 tP Dlght. The latter team ii is in good: condi %Viidi ood. Us". Fitzgerald, to order
I forded for handling cotton ship Rue \ Mavftt,AM, Aaltonen, to rt P !:bolter Tan Oxfords I
; .v.. Cynthia was: relea-ed 'tion and will :give the Brewton boys I ments. Co J.K1OS.

_.. .'a .: : e this inorning.s i all they are looking for go far a* It Our $or..lle B., 144-;,Costa to order
The train will be boarded along SCHOOSEKS.Am .
'.' : .' K. o with two barge* in ; 'baseball playing is concerned. James A Garfield,aria lull. to H tt: Leo
the route by a number of others fromway Am Peudleton Bros, 111:!. Knl'eland. to
:. 111" ..TIV-J fron Jucaro yesterday :Fritz and Vemell were the two HHLt'0 .
stations, and all of them will Br Union.72, Foster to master I HONDAYWORTH I
t."t'rI,<" ... gents who held down the two principal e4 t&
remain here until tomorrow
W'ilie! Williams new boat, "Rose- positions when tbe Stonewallsdefeated I HACOLA.STEAM8HIFB..
A baseball game at Palmetto Reach
b I f. wil blj in the race !Sunday; the Pensacolas the first .
a' I and outings on the bay have been !Frida Horn,Uer sld London March FROM I
: rJ"l/l game played this season.! The score /a plrak Bat, Span old Bilbao March ?2BAKKS II
provided for the entertainment of i I
":ut for the ('yjnnasiuin enter- j i I then was 6 to 4. They have always Alexander Lawrence, Nor llvi Rotar;o

n.i.ir.ec. at the opera hou=e on theCnh !!. given hard battles to the locals. the Alabamian! Anita March K,1 It,87:1, at Tenerifle NOT:JOHnrsagllere. ...$1.50 to 3.00... .1 i
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It. lid sevens March 19Coiinati
will go ->n ealfc at Coe's bouk
Fred Gillinore, who is regarded: as It.It.!!,at Marseilles Ian 11
.: ,saturday. | THE TRAINING olive Mount It, sid Lelth Jan 12
one of the bet amateur pitcher, Virginia It,sld Malaga, April IShCHOONEKR. '
Ed. Turner ai.J Jim Williams, I FORk
will occupy the box for a portion of GPO \' Jordan. Am.sid.w York April'J7 .I.II
"Joft-d.! wL-i! left :.trl -'irnttime: ago SHIP HARTFORDThe Nellie W Howlett Am nd New Yor I

"n the barge Yarkand for Jucaro, re- tomorrow's game. He will play I April 21 __ ___ I

rued yesterday afttrnoun a" rtow- i third base in the interim. 'PRESIDENT LOUBET IN RUSSIA. $ $1.45 $1

IIv..y" aboard the barge Trojan j jA : The line-up as received and made training ship Hartford, now ,

I He It .......... ............
itt-rrnelons is follows Cordially Received :
: from local farms are up this morning as : at Galveston, is due here the second by the Cza -

.,\ d.t.? be on the markets with.I IHKEWldX. PKNPAfOLA. week in June, possibly arriving |1! Cronstadt.and Russia High Officials.May 20.! The
.w' r three! weeks. j BOSTON SHOE STORE
'. j i .ernell..p... ... .. Owen about the 10th. French syiudron. escorting the armor- ,
.' w..-r*;; in the near surround. 'I Fritz...... ..... ...c.. .. .... .. Welles ed cruiser Montcalm.\ I
When the ship reached New Or i having Prt-si-i i
: ire very encouraging.. {j Miller.... .. ... .. .Ib.. ... .. .. Oliver leans i dent Loubet on board was itiglt"'daLout NATHAN"
'. ,1' of public safety will Harrold .. .... ..2b.. .. .. SanchezI she had no more than cast anchor 8 o'clock\ this morning.

.. .".. ..iar ?h*ion this after-1 I Fredericks .... ....:3b ..... 0 ill more when orders were received to','I The impf'rialacht Alexandria, a it t, Leaders of Low Prices. 117 South Palafox Street. 1 a

; -. :.bH of applications for Rankin. .. ..... ..ss..... .... Pine sail for Galveston. The people of the czar on board arrived in the harbor ; j

: '. -'i it in the fire department j JMiller ... .... ... H. ... .. Bickerj I New Orleans as is usually the ea*e. almost simultaneously with the q A Runaway Team +t.is t.j t.

.r. :a. :, "l''lvt'd and will be cun- j Boykln... ... ..:f .. Harris French squadron. Accompanying the
:.'. j Riiikin .... ..... ..rf. .. .. ... Quinn rasa up and tried to hold the vessel czar were the rzarowitch, the Grand -- .,: sure to do more or less damage to :.
I but the sailing orders were carried| Duke Micael. brother of his majesty; tt'i a a carriage! but whether you need repairing ,
Trains will leave the city hourly Count af2 from accident or ordinary ,
l>teatn a Great Set-ret. out two days afterward. Tne Lamsdorff. tbe minister of foreign _' ; 1
:: {! from I to :t o'clock.What !hip affairs, the :Marquis <1<' Montebello. -'..' wear and tear, bring your vphicle!
: asked
how I
tu such startling I will againtlluch at New Orleans, to J. M. Hilliard \: Uo. While our
,' -- ---- the French ambassador .
i <"- t'.at puzzlethfbes-t physicianTtcted -' | at S t reputation is widespread for doing
','* by Dr. King's New DiJ: J Thin 1'olks Need j sailing thence for Mobile, later forI Petersburg: ; the Grand Duke AlfXis i P !k' all kinds of repairing in the best

.i.'\'-ry for Con umption. Here'g the I- a greater power of digesting and I j i Pensacola, where she is scheduled to the high admiral of Russia and their l ;. sl manner at lowest price, we feel '
'!>!. It cuts the n =
nut and
phleirm a-Minilating" food. For them Hr.linj"s I brilliant suites. t sure that there are a few good people -
remain twelve
"-'in) infected mucu*;;. and lets the days. t
who don't know that
The Duke Alexis boarded the we are unexcelled -
New Life Pills work
: wonders.
*"I\'ilf! ; oxygen enrich and vital11
in fur line and we want
:::e blood. It haU tte inflamed They tone and regulate the digestive | Mother! Mother: Mother: Montcalm: and after President Loubet them to know '
., :h-wnrn throat and lung*;;. Hardt organs, gently expel all porous from had briefly reviewed the Russian fleet '' \yr us.
liij the enrich the blood im How many children are at this BeaHou ff- he \ feet horse Shoer always rtady. ,:
and stubborn coughs oon i system vt'rlbh and constipated, with bad IlOma'blnd escorted the president on board the f
-MtoIr.. King'* New Discovery;; prove appetite. make healthy flesh bt'BdM'be. MotbcrUmr's Hwcft .Pow Alexandria where the greetings exchanged -
re HUM infallible! remedy for all Only :!-')c. at W. A. D'AleuiberteV. err deretorchtldrrnwWharscure present tbt'yIll l certainly. If remo\e n oniH between thp czar and M. Lou- J. M. Milliard & Co.,

T'roatandLung di-eaes. Guaran1d i TJ1 South Palafox street. them. At all druggists. l 5 cts. I"smphmadrdF'RI'F .b bt were most cordial. COP..1 :No. 30 East Garden Ht. 4
> bottles .l1 c and $1.00 Trial I j ; AOdrenB Allen 8. Olmsted
t'tile* free at W. A. D'AItl1lbHt".1: i I IU CONCERT AND DANCE AT LeKoy.N.'. ___ _
I :! Kuuth J'alafoxtreet.. I MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY H PynyBataamStop.tho Tlrlllng, MEUX'S
II nod QW'.l1 allay'0 inflflniniftiun In 1.I.I'WubL ;
All kinds of chairs and : < ;

rocking chairs at Jllarston j 11:50. TICKETS 2T; CENTS, AT I SaVe il Ionev' by buying JtftjlcJd-r j

$ Quina's. Prices are I DEPOT. furniture
very :| FOR THE BENEFIT OF ST. your l

tow. __ at Marston: $ Quina's
__ _ i
The finet line of silver
sterling MICHAEL'S t ch'ul nt Shorthand Tjpewrilinjl and Literature.
"'o CERT AND DAXCK ATM i good. and silver novelties ito be CHURCH. Great Furniture Emporium. Now f
is the time to school
enter and for lucrative
1 \UNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY found at J. I. Stephens'. Prices to I prepare u position. No
vacation. Night and day sI "+
VtiHT. TRAINS: AT h. l SiAND |j please all.Subscribe. ___ inns.'I,
\ !.AST TRAIN RETURNS: AT I, At the residence of Hon. and Mr*. .
-' TICKETS 25 CENTS, AT tthe NEWS lOc per : r
I 1 W. A. Klount East uzsa sz2szsas2s ? 52,2
t :'7)T. we k. i on Wright street I
I, .................. a
a lawn party will be !given Tuesday, : .......... rr

........................................ .. .. .. .. .. .. ........ May 27th, for the benefit of St. r. -,I !,j
'I{- ........... ... .... .... Y ... SAVE YOURt READ < .
Michael's parish. From 5 to li:3O p. ': :

.t. m. for children evening hours following t. I
I for grown people. The pub- 5' S ,.010 BELOW:
: lic cordially invited. I'lnud S 1 .
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I I I -I Stood in a Draught
I 2S S S25252SZ rS i5 '
=[ with my coat oft and caught this
f. i wretched cold" the '
says sufferer.
YOU WILL FIND.SMITHFIELDHAMS..2: I j He need not pay a heavy penalty if

| i i he follow his act of folly witii an act
I of wisdom. Soak the feet Chance to Save
:- I j in hot
.L = :: ::- __ : :: ; I'water with a few teaspoonful of Money
> I| Perry Davis': Painkiller in it. Take {

j a teai>oonful of Painkiller in hot I, i', ON A FEW USEFUL ARTICLES. '
.. I I sweetened water at bed time and bei (
thankful for so simple and peedy a

__ n v_ ____ | i,t way to break up a cold. There' is Our Entire Line of 50c Skirt Waists Onr U LiRe of
15c Waists Made
> but Painkiller. DavU'. I of Dim-
-- I one Perry
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f(r-; and the best of everything generally k i I, WEST COPING this Se2S8fls Styles, Choc! J 9 ties[ 1 Lawns and lalm Choice 5 9 C i I

f. kept in a First-Class Grocery Store. H: IS COMPLETED -XXI: HfSIH\'JU.-o: : !

....FLORIDA AGENTS.... = -- Apron Gingham, per yard 5C ;

U FOR T11Kf. The wall of stone coping on the

k western side of the plaza was completed Barred Muslins and Lawns, per yard 5, 8% and lOc

Abita Springs Mineral ater. today and work on the north I

I side was immediately commenced.
k We have an Assortment of CIIILnUIIN'S: UHIS "'1s
I The contractor is now quite sank 6 to 12 years. You can save the expense of having i! .
hem made. A few of the many *tyle of these "
; guine that he will have the work garments shown in Window Display.A .

Agency Nunnally's Candies g finished within a month's time.
: 9-A Good Assortment of 14 and 17-inch EMBROIDERED
I --- FLOUNCING Just Received, for Under- i
wai=t*. They are Excellent.
l Corner Palafox and Intendencia Streets. Marston: $ Oidna are sole

agents for the celebrated

1 T elephone 1 i8. *< ?* Pensacola, Fla. I Odorless refrigerators,
W. J. & B.
a absolutely guaranteed or FORBES. I

%%%%%%%%%SSSS%% money refunded. i

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t If I PANIC tN INSANE ASYLUM.Fire u.JJlJ_ us.... L
i_ -_, _ _ dl I I I Ih I
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; Spreads Terror Among Inmates j MRS. MCDONALD
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-- Guards Almost Overpowered. I
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' f !!! I I New York. May 20.-A fire at th6 ( Supreme Deputy of the Maccabees of the World.
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h I'll' : New Jersey state hospital for the in. -

f lftf: ;,r', ,':r. :: ;:..:. 1:11111: sane at Morris Plains has caused wild RS. McDONALD, that I must do somctk;

?l f !hIJ ::r ;.... excitement among the 2.50 patients.The [LI] No.477 Beaubien to regain my hea'th A
II, Street, Detroit. friend advocated sourUi--,-
4r :!! : able to restrain
: : 1@I only
; u \\ guards were
Mich., is of Cardui: treatment
I' 'iI ,",I I a prominent M
,; '! 'c: : them by the most vigorous efforts. who that I decidrd, ,
. 111:1: "" :.:: : ill woman was strongly t
t ;, ...; ...;..... ,! As soon as the flames were discovered greatly benefited by the ., try although I had ittgreetwornan'snuedtcine (
i I I, 'IIII I
.. I 111 J;' I .1H! t, .... '.''..;.:'; I, a I mot of the guards and attendants faith in patent medkinriI '
I 1' 1 1. )I "f'll .... .. ;' .' 'I ''I/ I,"I! were sent to the various wards to Wine of Cardui. Mrs. .-- I am now very thankful thatMcLlonal.listhesupreme

,;.J TELLS ,;:I! !''I"IIr"I"! :" !il! "i; e ....- ''I !II 1'H II'i' II'' get the patients insane or outS criminals None were of theviolently in |: :deputy of the Maccabees _ I blessed did so,relief for\tithm came
I..J !, I # r' .. II of the'orld.. and one of _ and in less than ek r, >
: alarmof
' "m the threatened building but the I
, If I fl! ,I the most widely known ,.vr.. Mi McJtlWlJ. months I was cured ana
"lJ. fire caused even those whose minds women in the United r- -.r----.r..r. have enjoyed fine hta'th

were but slightly unbalanced to be States. Thousands of women gather to i ever since.. I know there is nothing better
hear her lecture everywhere she for a sick who wishes
come frantic with terror I goes. woman to enjoy| ptr
You have: the most convincing evidence of thjS\ In some of the wards furthest from I The great work she has done for the feet health and am very pleased to give tm.

Otherwise beautiful marred with the fire few patients who could be Maccabees is appreciated by e\'t'ry''j hearty endorsement"
fact day. faces I. /l a j
every member of the She was so absorbed :No suffering' woman can a.f: r1! '
heads blotches and sallow trusted were left. The others were i in her work that she neglect | .
black pimples, muddy or complexions ULJLS I ignore such letter ai Mrs M-7 I : 'i\
marched from the building. Although I to give her health proper care-faIled writes. Her ,!
: plans an a-une
and red skins of the : i
rough or oily are some they were greatly frightened a few i to take warning that the symptoms of I proved valuable in building up "n". ,

aiobt common and conspicuous symptoms of bad blood. i soothing words from the guards pacified approaching' kidney trouble gave her, the greatest women's organize' i 'Xi:

You can hide these ugly and humiliating blemishes by glazing them over with face i them. and there was little trouble the sallow! complexion and torpid hwr the United States an 1 she t.llt..n.. '
But Wine of Cardui cured her the same
gi\eai\ice which: she knows Wj;
powders and rouge, and the rough and discolored skin is made white and smooth by a lavish : until all were assembled in the yard. ai it has cured thousands of others and youM.McDonaldhasnittenthisletter .' ?
There they again became strict- :
use of cosmetics, but these artificial complexions and false skins only last for a day, when and tried to break panic through I ( in (Do. not delay in *viinnjr ti.u! i" ."
: en many orler that other suffering women may cin. There nothing ti ,
the eruptions and spot stand out as bare and brazen as ever. The natural beauty and : the thin line of guards. The women1 i secure from Wine of Cardui the same everything to los.is b\ ,1,1..y. T I!:.UT. \

smoothness of the skin cannot be permanently restored by the use of external applications, I became more frightened than the men relief she got from it. I, t,,fore. roui.S'tlI .)r"ld v

and several times they led the dashes | "For four yean I suffered with torpid secure relief now by a'iing! .V.
for the reason that these skin diseases are due to some poison or humor in the blood that '
'j. I for freedom. Had there been any concerted 1 liver until my skin looked yellow and dull. 4 arlui' AIllru, pts M'i'I |1 1I fi
must be antidotcd and eliminated before the skin can or will return to a healthy state. movement the whole 2.5'iu would! I then found my kidneys were affected and of Wire if I'ardui ai w.-li! a- :[ .

Under the purifying and tonic effects of S. S. S. ; have escaped.( Iroups ofu: or 3< had severe pains. across my back and I felt ares of Tueilford's_ Hl.\tIi-IIU'l'_ : :
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HER BEAUTY RESTORED. would make a sudden run toward the -
all from the blood the
impurities are expelled I A nulh m <1Irt'r:1: : !!, ,
would hare hard
general health is invigorated, and all disfiguring When my daughter was three months old Eczema guards and the baik throwd WINE of CARDVI havp founl rWin1 > I .f ,
work getting them in
broke out on her head and continued to spread untilher )f c M .
I and annoying eruptions promptly and permanently head was entirely covered. She was treated by i: with the others. This would\ work _l-J-- -.j-r-i--i- -.k-u j--

; disappear from the skin, and it becomes as several rood doctors, but grew worse, and the dread. the others up to a frenzy and another -- -.- ----
ful disease spread to her face. She was taken to two would charge toward another
soft and smooth 1 I group
ever. celebrate health springs, but received no benefit. I be driwnback d I THE NEW GROCERY STORE.MOVER
part of the line. only to .
Bad blood tells in many other ways. ItchMany patent medicines were taken,but without result, I _
and burning eruptions rashes and boilsand until we decided to try S. S. S., and by the time the ''I o -=- -=- --.: _-::. ---.: 0
ing sores, first bottle was finished, her head began to heal. A Men and women used their fists freely -

carbuncles show the presence of some irritadozen bottles cured her completely and left her skin and several of the /guards were badly .

I perfectly smooth. She is now twenty years old, and bruised by the struggling mob. As WILL
ting poison or unhealthy matter in the blood, and 1
has magnificent growth of hair. Not a sign of the could be learned, however. none
these aggravating troubles will continue until the dreadful disease has ever returned. far as
escaped. ',! Keeps a Complete, First-Class, Up-to-Date Stockof
weak and slow circulation has been
quickenedand When the flam"s were extinguishedthe
2914 Fine
Street, St. Louis, Mo.
the deteriorated blood made rich and strong patients were led back to their Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries.

again. Some are born with bad blood, and it begins to tell in infancy; scrofulous affections, I dormitories not be quieted.but The for financial hours they loss could was 1: Nt). 30 W. Covernment St., Salisbury Block.

sore eyes, scalp diseases, nasal catarrh, stunted growth, brittle bones and soft, flabby muscles i small. ; TFLtPHONK: 327

) are some of the early manifestations of bad blood by inheritance. These symptoms, if I I, .

neglected, may develop into some deep-seated and serious blood trouble later on in life, but I DUNN NAMED FOR COLLECTOR.

the timely use of S. S. S. will check the disease in its incipiency, remove all taint from the :I Brunswick Man Is Nominated by the ICE AND WOOD.

circulation, and the little sufferers grow into healthy manhood and womanhood.
When the blood is healthy and pure it tells a Washington. May :20.-The pre:f
different dent has sent the following nomina THIS MMEP. THAN EVE f EFC RE
story, a smooth and flawless skin glowing with :. ,

health, a sound body and active brain, well nourished i;I i tions Jacob to the fcleeper.senate:'Massachusetts: sec SEND US YOUR ORDERS NCW.

system, good appetite and digestion, and restful and I d retary of the legation of the United

refreshing sleep. S. S. S., combining both purifying and : States at Havana Cuba; Henry T ''|! Thompson, Olsen di Co.

tonic properties, contains all that you need in the way of :1. Dunn 'oll..ctor of customs district of
Manresa Street
Brunsnkk ra.ArrnyColol1t"1s: ; Telephone 141.
a blood builder and skin beautifier. to be brigadier gen 1 I
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; : S. S. S. is Nature's Remedy. It contains no Arsenic, eras: Abram A. Harbatk first infantry ESTABLISHED 1863.

Potash, or other mineral, but Is strictly vegetable blood purifier and tonic that can betaken i|I ; William F. SJlur in. Fourth in ------ ------

without fear of any hurtful effects, and with perfect assurance of a speedy and lasting i j I I fantiy.j Cocfirrrntions. by the socat": El > McKENZIE OERTING & CO.

cure. Our illustrated book the Skin and its Diseases ,
p on much plain: and practical I.i! ward S. Uragg, Wisconsin consul gen.era ;,
o -DIAX.Z24:
information about eruptive diseases, their cause and cure, how to take care of the skin, I ) at Havana: C. 0. Smithers. col I Ii < 0

etc., that will be of inestimable value to all sufferers. We will mail you a copy f-ee. ,i letor nf ('iiMorns Memphis, Tenn... : Ship Chandlery and General Hankare
of land oflue. Montgon'.ery.
Write Barber register :(I
us your case and our physicians will gladly: furnish any information or Ala.Postmasters.

Et; advice desired without charge. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY. ATLANTA. GA. 'I : North Carolina. P. J. 603----.A.GEN'OV AND O8J.. PALAKOX 8THEKT.

u__ __ ___ | Bnen. Durham Louisiana. J. B. Bur'
: 'sines I'nnclrr fteoliie.In I FRENCH PREMIER TO RESIGN. Newcastle Mines Sold. nett. Baton Rouge: Alabama, C. W. GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUSriEL & SON'3 PUMPH. '.
fi.TtMiiy II nJ It.ilv. srcil I honor is Buckley, Montgomery.
I Birmlnthaui Ala.. May 19.-It is reported I ictim Pili! ills! Itstici! Iniriaisti I II
I>.ii<] to St It.iHijr.1. but until IKIUoiie n Ssrdin :. thrlt lishrt Ski'ii
Industrial circles here that
President Loubet Will Now Form a in Big Fire at Luverne, Ala. '
hns Us'n al k- to listoycr the e.iotrt OOMP\S3E3. LOOS. ETC }
Nsw Cabinet! the Newcastle mines. belonging to the ).uverne. Ala.. May 19.-One of the
'ii Mm. Paris. May :20 -It is officially! and Milner Coal and Railway company, most dfsastrous fires in the history C. McKenzie Oartlnj; Collecting Ajeat for Bar Pilots' Beaavoleat As-t
A derraan o'lioor s-tys tint slu1 I Uhonori'I : ciation.OPEEA. i'
!II. > t."* line-ilium of nOIIn"p that lie pr 'ini?r. \Va1dekRIlIs'aIi. have been purchased by a svndioaU u ; of Luverne occurred at an early hour ,
< "
I I"rth'JIoI will r.'ign before June 1. :)f eastern capitalists for a consideration i Saturday morning. Almost an entire
r is I ill :t I tar: !IIIJ Sn r.' dmto I I lirr
!'. .'::1aI'%. a in.int. Inex I leaving Prt-si'it-ist Loubet to form anew of $300uOO. The mines are I located block was destroyed The fire originated -; HOUSE WEEKLY: HCIIKDUJLt
cabinet simultaneously with the about ten miles north of the I In the furniture store of C. COgletree .
: !"aII>;, t'I'I>',1 tl, "Un..t j I IR. $: I I II FOR STEAM
iiH-otiiiR of the new' rhanl'TM city. --- -- --- DIVISION
I:1.I : I'.irl!'.I s d.imil lri \\"ali"'k-nouss notified M. O C. Og1..t furniture P !UCOL.tLurrmCT"ItfI .U
"ry <>f hi-r ri.irtpluiii. a her \\liii-h New Industrial Publication. I destroyed: ee : Wednesday, May 28.
h.' r.'a"h.41 as.II (,,11\\:1: I I.ouhet and his eohl'tiuc's just before C. C. Ham grocer; O. S. Mahone & i\ILWAY COMPANY' ,
Birmingham Ala.. May 19 -The
,<> lif.rt nf the Virgin was while the president's d'pirture for Russia ,, (0.. general merchandise All these : .
first number of The Industrial bouth. Ben Dunham Tr ln leave Pennooa far the L.r. i
vs M't.! the -ril of her t..rll"'III"r:1: ,, that he ronsiden he ha1 accomplished i carried insurance except Mahone & Co Bayoa. Biz Kayoa. W rrlagoa, >avy fl""
monthly publication industrial
a on
M.-uk as; i.i.i':. ami it \N.IS siilplnir fn.in j the work of unity which was the The loss is estimated at about $;).000 and tort Barral1oa. at
natters of the south with Birmingham
Lea\en wl.:ih t'iins'n-.l iiini fur Ins I.. oljt'c.t of his taking,; office and thattherefore : THE WORLD-FAMED ACROBAT. i.-" a. m.arrive at Fort Barrancal TI1: I :I
given considerable space has 11)1 a. m. smiTe at Fort BuraIlcall0.
("rlldl.I. will mix Ih.'", Hirio tliuiL.: lie destreil to retire from the Dangerous if Neglected. l-dip: .m.a'rlveatKort Barranoai
I. been Issued here by Louis Braun ana 1:tips:
find it will! !I.<> n i.ti'lrr I if I I'J| not d,!- irei-ent ..ahi"t. hilt'lIlIl .! > ." flee until i;!, Frank IVedmeyer The publication : :.Sp.m. rr'.TBat fort Barraaeai T;Xiia:
(Hir I" i.tiiI.'l.t r's stuin' a new cHlwi t'u formed often fail THE BEAUTIFUL DOUBLE
to heal properly if : op.merrlveet Fort Bt-raaoai
will be changed immediately into a I negectad S:I.D :II
lit did mix them ninl is !o111 us hi from representative: : of the majorityof I Tra'ni >cave Fort Barrallca' for PI:'.
and become
semi mcnthJy. troublesome sores.1, cola at
put the mixii.ri-,' hi :i tin* :i Ir.'III<'II.lo'xplo..ioll \.-. the newlj I 11-cte,! dopntus DeWitt's Witch Hazel halve Sextette
-- -- prevents -
| l'o'\id. Such. 1I..t'\'r.lill! t<> ----- 'I such con5f'fluf'ncfe" TIe m. a-rlv* at Faa-ol H,)' :II
LAW POINTS. Even :.i i I, ll:>.>) p m arrive at P illaoola'h'hh'U p :i
fltrm.ii sol.Jurs.n" the orl,;'n of Monument Unveil?;j at Charlottt.Charlnttn where delay. has aggravated the injury :- : AND SOLOS FROM :- : %:00 p. m, arrive at Peniaiola m._ :i,1.\ p :it
guiiordtr. DeWitt's Witch Hazel Slve I !5-St p m arr.vat ntaeola tf pl:
N C.. May :2H' -The A ji'.J taiut against lIunresd.'nt4'Uh'I' : !
one : n .
; |'effects 7:1) p. m. arrlv at P*aia30IaT. ..... .. TtD
I himured anJ twenty.seventh anciver- .,.} "n a unit containing a power i i iof : a cure. "I had a running" i i.: Florodorar : p. m. arrive at Pemaao.a.__ e.") I. '
llir \\ .-...Iin ; f.U,. ; i-f th.> ore on my leg thirty years, says 'Hatardayi only
: licltine of
sary ; the M'vkIn-1 atloruej to ('Ollr.JudUl'nt.. H. C.
It I Is! a j:'.:Mon rill!<- to stud wi-dd.n,: i burs P-v'larart f which ] Hartly Yankeetown Ind. ?ARZ05W111: DAY,
nli in
j jr. <: Independence was is the state where en "After uainar remedies I
tried i
many AN!>
: gift in !g.w.d fine! tin' Hist. t.) nrrivtIn! observed l.eitn'a $ tend V.Id in 1 I eaia93ta to Fort Barraacai and
| > by the unmlin: j is triUl'rus Cnn DeVitt'sS'itch Hazel Salve. A few : rears ui

in;? iniKli tuoniifpifctatfl. 1 thin. tint j I of a monument to LieutenantViliam! ',J! (Mt.l. ::;I L I:. .V. :;'j J. to be entitled to I boxes healed the !sore" Cures all ,,. PROF. E. D'L CHAFFERS' BAND. I P :tIoCOla to to Palmetto Navyri:B..aal aci! sad return re)'2n KiPeaiaaola 1M l

whiih is on> >f tlu iniiiy .tiriii": III..j I!. Shipp.' late of the Tenth United :| full faith aid rred.t: in other btates. skin dieasePile* yield to it at '1r DAY IOIl.DlrD..

rr"lIlnl1 qu-irtrrs: Hy aillu'riiiK to this rill* one will beFaxiM i gls Pharmacy, John COI\Clti
hheppard :Md-
'i ,
the .imn'jame of iK'tiriu tli.it I harge at San Juan Hill! Colonel J. :i of lrlll't'l.tIIJ'i: \ ,' are merely er d ney Kahn. I|i I For the Benefit of the P. A. C. Leave Paouoola Lv Fort BsrrsIPM9a.m.
; T. Thomas of Columbia. S C.. uas liB :j ronrous or \oilblJlt.'l'n if there beinegulantiis II 13cm.
the eiluvjr!: are fhariiuu.;-the thud I Curtain .
1 will Ri e at 8:15 .
orator and lare such : : or detects woulJl'l"lu j i4harp.Tickets:5Oand75c. 11 m 11 mIp.m.
tit alnn}' n-n'iM-d. i a crowd was present I' ns O A. G TO HI A. 1i i I Sp.m

A uionth iM'fore the wisldin j d, I Is l'e a revtrnal of the cause ou ap i Baar.tbe ''' '. ; : Ip.m I p. m
ly : .
I Don't Start peal. i<: held la Morford versus Territory lz'r; ; : BoIt.: Ip.m pm4p.m
rot too send
early to tht'l'r.1I1. w !hit h aJgu:1IlI !! __ pm
UUa.i), 04 L. I:. A. :;13, to con 1p.m. .
Fliould In acvouijunied \isitlni" ; I start the *unicer w.tl. a 4 p aIp
I bUtute perjury if tuati-rial. Ip, m, m
card. Iing-l'rin6 coujh or crld. We all II I
j I I 'A mutual between bus --- -- $2.00 fABt FOBSIJ5DAT
j agreement --I
'. The package should I..> addressisl to know what a "-amiu r cId" i-. j 'Ulloola to 3rt 8aralou !4&Vp
the bride. if one is! intimite with the I the harde-t kind M cure. It'I I j I hand and wIfe to separate on' friendly!: DR. KING'S 1 &r4! aal retarnto ____ tM

hni py n>uple. and to the bride's houv. "'bans on" through tbe entire -eaon. !j I Urns and to make no future demand .I II I WILL PAY FOR THE PUI.oola _Palnmio___lIuol1__IlSrl'Url1 114

n.ltlr's.l to the tndtxroom If it Is be I < Tak it in hand ri.rht- now. A I|i upon each other's property.carried out TRY NEW DISCOVERY No freljat!; receive after l.ltp. m
with wLota i few does of One Minute CVuL Cure until the wif '!i death, is:; hId in Foot
oae Is bvst aClluallltt'l.CII I will set you rl?ht. :Mire cure for I I versus Mcker.sou (N. II.). G4 L. H. A. FOR THAT COLD i(! Jacksonville $ -- .. ..

cough cold croup strip, bronchiti I I i 5.74. not to prevent the husband from TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. I
Eczema and Itching Humor *. all throat and Ian? trouble Absolutely !,I I claiming his, rights la her estate. Cures I'Daily. LODGE DIRECTORYKNIGHTS
Through the Blood-Costs Nothing safe. Act. at NIce <: ConsumptionCoughs Metropolis I
to Try It. .lild-I I II II
ren like it. "One Minute C I. Colds, Bronchitis Asthma I -
B. B. B. < Botanic Blood Balm) is Cure is the be..t coujh raedicino I WILL CUR: CONSTIPATION.A. : FROM NOW : OF PYTHIAS.
110W reco2u.lzed as a certain and ,;lure ever u-ed.'' !Ian J. F. Kowle 'i iUroveton A. Herreu, Finch. Ark. I: PneumoniaHayFeverPleu- -
cur for Eczema, Itching Skin, Humors N. H. "I never found, "F(.ley'- Honey and Tar i n thebes, risy, LaGrippe, Hoarseness UNTIL DECEMBER I 1902 ij I i: Pen"acola Lodge No. 3. K. of fmeeti ..
else ,
I ,
Hrabs. cal I, Watery Blister anything that acted *o safely far
preparation conh, colds and Sore and'Whooping every Monday 1'42'
?, Pimple;:, AchinR Bones or and quickly. Harris' : i lung trouble. I know that it has Throat, Croup j Inc aii.w at CatJlI *1*..
J oint'. Boil*. Carbuncles, Prickling : John Sheppard.! : Sidney Phanllcy'l, cured, consumption in the first Cough.NO I Covering the entire scope of the I!I In tbe Bloantballllag .. WIUQJ
I : talrd Boor
Pain in the Skin, Old Eating Horev I
I Ulcer etc. Botanic Blood Balm I I The man who own hits own tome !' >sazes.V.. Palafox street.Educate. A.. D'Aleinberts, 121 CURE. NO PAY. Political Campaigns of the Year. V"alrAlIC welcomed.brethren oora.allr

taken internally cure' the worst and I insures himself aam-t: lot ofi i Pric SOc and $1. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE. I M.CAIfPBlLL.

mo?t deep-seated c.nes; by enriching, j jl'unfying trouble and worry. Nobody car: : i I I ADDRESS H. HORHLIB. C CfTkr'Tis
and vitalizing the blood, raise his rent and the rent day has I Ino j Your Bowels. j jI I PARKERS CARTER & RUSSELL K. K.A H.

thereby giving a healthy blood *up. terrors for him. It's easy! to own I'! HAIR BALSAM
py! to the skin Botanic Blood Balmis 1 i i a home now-a-days. Thos. C. !,I Your: bowels can be trained as well I IClMLM Promote* ta4 t luar baaun al rQwts.1ever the ti.'y. PUBLISHING CO., ,

the only cure to stay cured, for I Watson & Co. can tell you hew as your muscles: or your brain. Cas-I rill, to Btttora Oru JACKSONVILLE FLA.Foey's .
these awful annoying skin trouble |I easy it is. Cull_ana see them. I carets Candy Cathartic train you: Hair to-p it.d..s.Youthful C 5s.t Color/ I I I Again.! I
F>c.adlwa DruffaM II
Other remedies may relieve but B. bowels to do right. Genuine tablets I .
B. B. actually cure, heals : Paints oils glass and Kidney Cure I
every ; stamped C. C. C. Never sold & I
in :
I( : :
sore, and gives; the rich glow of
health to the -km. B. B. B. builds up |I.\ bu.ilders' hardware at the bulk. All druggists, IOC. i -s Every WomanI makes kidncn_ __and_ __bWdu___ rlrht.u ,Jw. tofJ .!
the broken-down body and makes Willis Hardware Co.'s.MIDWIKKBT Ii tnteres,4 I Medical Society Attention.
the blood red and nourishin Over |I about(be wofrrfnftt I
3000 voluntary testimonials of cures CASTORIA'For \ MR'ttL Vhfrrinq Spray There will be a regular; meetin of I I
Botanic Blood Balm B. IJ. B., I she
by ( j The Pensacola Medical Society at I
undersigned takes this 01111 S'o .
methodof I IoR Ilit-a'
Druggists, $1. Trial treatment free o3isrin her Infants and est-Mot Civnint..k the Board of Health office at 8 I 'WHISKEY
service Children.
as a I i I
Blood Balm i..Ia.Ie. loct
and prepaid by writing j () p.m.Tuesday May 27.
first-class licensed
and Co., free Atlanta medical: Oa.advice Describe given trouble until, !I'i in? had S3 years midwife experience.havi I'!| The Kind You Have Always! } Bongf! : I IIH. If.t y.t'innonapply SLept II.the Invited Visiting physicians are cordially ; I
I Can give best of references fron1leading 91 1 R%KL. uxe.pt noptlwr. to attend. i
;': cared. I I I IYyny.Baliam I I physicians of this city. .... ". I I 1 I IU3IFaieI.bat iwid-lump..J.&f It or K IIoA TM- -,1L fl DR. E. F. BRucE, I g. J
'If MRS. II fall p rticnir tnd' l r*-lion,f IitILtaW.tjiJ&M1B)4O.. I, I Pre ideat.
, Iii K iieM ragtot Awe, M. GIDDEVS, I ".: of II I II .. DR. W. C. DKWBERV, i

,:l Ic j; .. i4 JW..a seej en.1o .dc LLi,. j I I Jltf 111 South DeViliiers fct. I I RoomS2cTimes--- BIij.rewYor...- -- t a25ttf Secretary. I sit by D2 'eUler Hm.

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- American troops embarked immediately i iI iI ii

after the hoisting of the Cuban flag, l I I .1

Stomach Burns Food :I of and the the harbor.American ships steamed cut I I I '!


The food we eat Is treated as fuel by the .'omaohlIke coalIn I

a furnmoe The prooos known at dlgottlom burnt It, Has Been Accomplished for Is.I I ; I

I land During American Regime. rNew \

Causing Carbonic Heat. This heat eaten the vital organs, giving life. When the stomach fails to York :May 20.-In a dispatch I I

generate this heat by digestion the body lack nourishment because the from Havana, The World publishes
HM-.C titttSt the repair and every organ must suffer. I
over the signature of General Leonard ,

Story of a Pioneer. Wood a review of the work accomplished 1I 1I II I

Thot t, ROM Is the pioneer real eittte dealer of Topeka. Kin. He ban been during the American
In bu'inesi twenty'seven yeah and in that time hat sold more land than all the
in the
dealers togetbe. who are now in business there. He located in Topeka in 1871 regime island the governmentof
and wltnesteo its growth from a town of a few thousand inhabitant to in present which will be handed over today to
aiie. "For several years" he wntes, -my wife and I suffered with that trrnbie
malady known as dyspepsia or indigestion. We commenced to use Kodol Dye.pepsra the Cubans I
Cure on the recommendation of our druggut. After one :dose and in a Public order, says the article. is per i
short time all those terrible pains and dyspepsia torments passed away. My aprente ,, I
also my wife's, came back and our food could be enjoyed as when we were I feet throughout the island. Cuba is
21. I am turning 77. I have not suffered one day with my stomach since 1 com free from all contagious diseases and I I II
menced to case Kodol Dyspepsia Cure, and I recommend it to all of my fellow citi |
sens." Its death rate compares favorably with I
I' that of the United States. An efflcknt i I Ir. Ii
Sound Stomachs Make Strong Men and j 1 i
and well equipped school ..stfm
Women.If '
has been established. The hospitals,
yonr stomach is weak and needs a rest the common sense
charities and jails have been
method is to use a preparation like Kodol Dyspepsia Cure which contains reorganIzed
all the acids and peptones that a healthy stomach should contain rebuilt and re-pquipped. During
and will digest your food without aid from the stomach. In the the last year 23 per cent of the total j

laboratory tests in glass tubes according to the U. S. Pharmacopoeia, revenues of the island went into pul.liri I i iI

0 Each Teaspoonful Digests 3,000 Grainsof i' education. Schools have been conftructed I "' I ,

at the rate of more than one I I ,

Food, j a day for the past jt-ar I !

Such as pie cake, eggs, cheese meat fats, beans!, starch, etc. i In short Cuba is turned over in a I

Surely the preparation which will do so much without the stomach'said I well ordered, healthy f i ciiiti ,iV and
cannot but benefit It is fair to that the
help you. suppose even
the new oOrnm'ntViti find all) ile
? weakest stomach will give some help. Cathartics and stimulating I ,

.%I: ; / y tonics the cause.simply remove the effect of indigestion but they will not cure I, running partmtc'ntsdl n der.Looking. tijn gl

Read What Physicians and Pharmacists Have to Say. I I! For Missing u Girl. ,/1"/1;";:;/-T-: Growing material,-flesh- I

",ttretnte'.ybeeamuch\ troubled with happy results I have no have taken Eodol Dyspefwla Curt i i Rirriinzham.: Ala.. .flay i T>ii fa I 1:111: / l'' blood bone muscle
pvra. writes M. S. Meade leading and when one can eat mince never used anything in my life that i i titer of :Miss Jennie Law ot Huan.kr Ii!,!ll, .,.pi; ) :
? i ,j.. .!'r anything without suHerwiz digestion must toe pretty good. G. W. Scroggs., of Oak wood. Va. has written the <'hl.'l 'nt plIC';' 'i ,I H teeth-hair, every element for \ :
.,.f ii ,urs M y c:erk IIIKRect| KoAol endorse Dyspepsia cents."I "UrinK a doctor I have prescribed of this to be the wal..h
'p'j.i rare, which I tried with most all stomach troubles. found it to give the best results." city on tot his growth and strength . no :

Prepared by E. C. DeWitt & Co., Chicago. The $1.00 bottle contains 2 by actual measurement) as the trial daughter, who has wamli'HMI from her |
sizi which sells for 50 home lie says the girl i> probably! tn i other food gives so much as

a demented condition asa <-t>nsequence I I


YOU EAT. She is 2:<1 years of aj.:"'. She ha, not I

1 been located in Birmingham yt t. u 1 Kilted Piper on the Package I

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CYNICISMS. Death and Ruin From Waterspout. I It makes Big Men I.


.ij I'n'iile! \. :'in never Ky., a aterspout today swept away a I of Little !

I ; t \\ !.t-i tinin! : 1 ':, EARTHQUAKE SUFFERERS house with all the occupants and took I Boys. .

i! CUBANew others in its Eight lives I II
I _---_ i i iI course. are ', ,
I reported lost, two bodies only being i
(I'" : i iLe struts you will a.y 1 reoI
Vice Consul Vincent J. Vidal of! -- __ I
M : i '. ..;. Out is boml JIIH! try covered. -- -- -- -- -- J '

ii.-i :. : .' ,.i.. Call: Lira. I Ciuatamala hai*;;uetl an appeal for \Cuban Colors Take the __ __ _H_ There's lots of money to be made I
I donation for the tliou-.audi left I' in real eftltIoti of it. A real estate -
I: II' ., .'i !has mere than two iLil-4 j jii i
.. homeless the which Place of "Old Glory. IG.GOO fro. reign i is usually a flntrer-board to '
: '.. ., "n..} :1..0 Lataturall'l' I by eartlxiuxke Druggist CATARRHfor Awarded at Parts '
wealth. 'C. I
Thos. Watson &
cur .\ : ..r. f"r s-Lc will never bet tm'! destroyed two Guatemalan cities ----- "
j the Real Estate firm
INDEPENDENCEHavana Co., leading !
ta rui.! .I. I IV charitable Pec CUBAN
April 18. Every acoliati -
I 10 CENT have some offers! which It would
:.- !-I it is finally: aJnr.tU-d: that a | should stub cribr -omething. -- TRIAL SIZE. aosTq CgRfAlM BALM be worth your while to consider. Go !

p.rl i* trrtt} the people say. "Well. I ,I Donation have thu far been made a Scene of Great Brilliancy q CpRESCOLC PNAtAROCHEWINE and see them to-day and don't wait 'II

Uuu't kiwi \\Ltre frLe gets it," a slap I as follow: During Transfer of Government. : Eli's Cream Balm (R W W I i till to-morrow. ., I INOTlCY.
tl her luri'tit I I"la'u
A.Greenhut. .. .. . . ..t 1 00) Streets backed With Thousands .lien 1It'1It'.t. Once .
\\ a ui.u tails!! in love with a wo.n.au I U cl' sil'i-s pouthr CtPSy CORDIAL
Jake Lipp-. .. .. ... .. . .. 200 and heals the diseased I. have been authorized to take
ail;\ h \\otiicu frieu-Js decide that Patriots-Great Demonstration. meinbriine. Highest recomir.endiiions for cure cf Poorness
lit' would 1.-::: out again if be knew Ltras :Gonzalez. . .. . . . 11111 cures catarrh and tl' cl Blood. Stomach trourles and General DC- ; I I! sabPcriptiouH forVni. JpnnmijgI !.1

well! MV il,..>. tin \V. J. & }!. Forbes...... . .... lllO lla\aua, May' 2ti.-The natal day of' drives sway n cold E .4t' lyc .' hli'\ Ir.crrnts the arrt'i'f.. turcrfthcns I Bryan's paper, "The Commoner.'
in thflhPHd (|uioklv. .C< the cents amid! tuids! up the entire i)Mcm.
If a J.IK-SI rftui'u! Ilvger tu.ni three : 'olorri": Hear .. ..... ... .. .. .. 1 (0 Cula luuu Havana arrayed like a It dli, rbi>d. Heals The price is: $1.00 per year in ad. :!
and 1'rntects the I HEAD 14 roe Ilrouot vance. Those desiring the paper
da I In a IIMIMMR- uutk-.'s. If she is Ca-b . ... ... .. .. .. .. ... 1 00 quetn to await the coming of her lord. i! Membrane.Kffctores COLD PARIS can have it sent to them by deeding

1! ob-muij. tkit the family du not 11.1.. Rash. ... .. .. .. . 1 00 She seemed reinvested for the ocction j' Full Sizeatk.Trial the Senses size ot ICct laser ant Druggists Mneli., t.. fou-rrn A .<"<>. u.ooto the undersigned I I

jtuafikins us Pftrn.Atrhisuuniuaeeatarru : . .. .. .. .. . . .. .. 1 ("0i with the dignity i of the prosperous or by mail. lseoe..1. H.M. ROCHE

i Nick Apostle ..... .. .. .. .. 101.1Ca"h. lays of her power and wealth. The I Warren KI.Y Street.BKOTHKK6rt New York. ,:, Care Dailews.. .
II dec'orations were IInl\'l"I saI. There !
.- in tliNcountry "PI' . .. ... ...... ... .. .. .. 1 00
i was not a rebiJeme. pretentious 01 .
than till utht-r. ea.T.' Monran.. .. .. .. .. .. 1 Oll
!..!.'.th':r, and until the bumble: that did not bear upon lit THE GARDEN SECTIONIFensacola
'!|: P. K. TornoeCash. .... .. .. . .. I 611 1
wa.Ul'l.t'I t.Jt- in- emblem in honoi
| quaint facade some i iof ]
a :trrKtt in.iny yvirunced i Chris Thi -{'u. .. .. .. .... 1 lab II the f'\t"lIt. The many arches erect HOP GO. o-c F-o

-tl local it a retnedirttaly local dicril -.... :lCa-h. . .. ... .. . .. . 1 UI IU f d at the entrain of plazas b)' i oiiti : SIinporters & i I

-\- ) failinfr: to cure hy'it. > 1: Carl-nii & Lind.. .. .. .. .. .. . 1 ) ( al societies, fraternal
.' pronounced it itiiiwe Lep Mayer .. .. . . .. .. 1f) deuces and business organizations had! acd Dt-Hlt-rs I ,
"' rl iia-s proven r.i- !Ij. )fn1l.nn.! .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1 00 I an air ot real j1ran; four. Biintinj" Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.
con-titutiuual ili-t-a--, !IM.: Kaufinm . . .. . .. 1 (NI spread on Venetian masts canopied Ih.lit'l'p. < Chinese and Japanese _
'le: !' ( -( F. I(. PouS. .. .0 . . . .. I IN) narrow streets from the rays otth
Il.all'Catarrh fine, Goods Beautiful Lots for Sale.
.' tj: \tiy F.J. ('litIII'"u.., : L. Chilerd . . . . I (Ito <* sun. Beneath these canopies the |' Fancy ,

"' I i". i- the only con,titu- J no. \\'o.J . . .. .. .. . 50 C Cuban colors and palms! graced the : FINE CHINA
,' mi the market. It f N I open OOI'WRoatur.. .. seemed in harmony I TEAS 40x137 % feet at from $76 to $200 each, accord- ,

:.'' toady in do r-j fr in lu Like a Drowning! Man. with the spirit of the festive 31 South Palafox St. I ing to location and surroundings. ,1
'" ,i a-jiounftil.; It act di- tit-t. Laundry Office. PE'r. acola. Fla.
I "Five disease the docturs -
years ago a "
r. "', : h-tluudapI! tlltIiiH.-ur- The parks were literally aflame with .. Good
Exceptionally Neighborhood View :
--- Beautiful
0,1,l '!h.vtela.) Tllt'otIr .III' called dyspep-ia took such holdof ;
'! 'I d..llil'ft'r any -a-e: it fail mo that I could scarcely go," tropual flowers and the vaulted ski !1'ENSACOLAE. High, Dry Fertile Lands. 'I ,
above might have been chiieled out 01
-. !II J lor circularand te-- writes Geo. K. Mar-h, well-known .,
..iAddrt,-, turquoise. Above every led tiled root
F. J. CHKXEY & ('II.. attorney of Nocona, Tex. "I took rose' a Cuban flan The whole city CONSERVATORY ij ( I ijf MUSIC The grandest opportunity for investment ever ti 1

T..l..do.Ohi... quantities of pepsin and other inedifines teemed fciiddenly hurled beneath a for cffered in Pensacola.

..i t hy dru::jfi-t*. 75c.I | but nothing; helped me. A* a eat of waving banners i| --- -
E. 01 CHAFFERS Director I
drowning man grabs at a straw I -
'.tr ( ......rull.ali..TI. I !Drubbed / at Kodol. I felt au iuiproveinent Thp decorations along: the waterfront Home Seekers Should See These Lots.

', -'."'rid If .1.,1 lll'V tbs I'll'L'aillf I at once and after a few were exceedingly!:! lavish and all --- --

,.'1. I."t!') !HI\V are WI. t'\.T uo bottles am told und well." Kodol the shipping in the harbor was dressedIn Piano Voice Culture. Violin. Pipe 'VTClilbTDS

Ill; 'It pa' t'r .t'r f is the only preparation which exactly gala attire. The majority of the Organ Cornet, :Mandolin, Guitar: i

', iorotli> i .'I. l1.'viiuiiil. don't h'- rej.reduces the natural ditretlve ,- ships flew the American ensign: at the Cello etc.

talk! a'.o'it! two Mun;:s at OIIIY: Ltt stall juices and consequently is the main and the Cuban colors at the foreor Also Director Pen?acola Concert Corner Garden and Alcaniz Streets.
: auoui the! t. I.Ift'. only one which digest any good mu/en _
food and cures any form of stomach Hand and Elite Orchestra
trouble. Harris'i Pharmacy, John'heppard.Siduey The early morning was cool! and delightful KC BRENT, 'M. H KNOWLKH. W. K. HYKU. JK., J. H, REEVE!: i
t.,i iyrr" Hal'''''. : : Kahn. and the entire population reinforced : Brass and String Music Famished PrHdC'Jt.: V.ce-Prrsident. Ca bltr. An't Cashier
In fur
I" Lt.g moiiryHi
\\ ',u.. Lie w.ts epfnt, by thousands of visitors,
AI,-! w :.. n f was wcn The fine-t line of umbrellas in the was abroad soon after daylight. The All DccasioDs.i .

T' tit. 'It'.''' lite he v.rr.t. city N at J. I. Stephens'. (Jo lookit streets were swarming with people Address : F.*cambia Hotel. First National Bank
Tt,. -i t.11' r. !la'lvrg! quarreled them. i.
and were filled with a ceaseless din.
For \ 'r> i'tnt.T Ktudio: Parlor of Fit Batiel
." th- re W.isn'tFur enough There arp a nor) public carriages in Jhurch.REMOVAL 'I
Ills own nionumtnLl'rrhui IIF YOU ARE Havana and this morning each one of 'III
--l'h.I.1Jtlll' nu:1E't OF PENSACOLA. FLA.
them swmed somewhere
racing on a

He's IVniilleo LOOKING FOR BARGAINS J life or death mission.' NOTICE. H HDXREOTOn.
: .lm. J
... 'Aniidei who this man I lit who The actual transfer of the control of I i -
to know whether or not !iff. i* i the island was scheduled to occur exactly Dr. G. H. Tuttle HYER. JR
;.M'u: ,;: .- For the next ten days I will -ell at noon Havana time, which is .

;TO''..,. !i'y! soti.e follow who: hap you any article now lu -took. at a'' 12: :SO p. m Washington time, but I j Dr. J. G. Heard,

e '!..-\ th.fi tie knows what to di-cuunt of 2."j rent fr- the those invited to witness the ceremonywere I I, rm! ad
per tn regular sttz w At ad
C:, \ : !.If,.. price. Think -f it-y u will i! requested to be at the palace at' DENTISTS. { : 1 u So IG.

11.30:: a, m. They included besides! the ,,
V.riH save 5on a di iinond rill;.: .ir j'ill.1 :i KOOIIIH and II. MA oiiio Temple.All .
IS FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE? American officers and the members of

'w'. I I' !made from a i>rei where at rp'ulr jtrire it would co-t I' Prsidf-ct'elect Palma's (cabinet the branches of MirclCRl. Opemtne and1..l'banll'all't.'nUstry crWe draw oar own Bills of Ezchanjte on Great Britain IreJau
p..rform..d'lIh tci-!
i I :adins Chicago jihy- $100. Ire : ,lull -:ave ., Cents on1every i 1 nictil kill.i'prclal Germany France Austria Holland
; members of onsres-s the: supreme Italy, Spain, Belgium, Russia, Nn1 sway
of the mo-t t'll1iu'ut'' Jnllar'worth y' u \auow I court judges, the governors of the attention !given to ('blldren'sTerthtold Sweden, Denmark and other European eountrlee.j .
i 'I!iv. TIIH mirredients J i i. the tinn' to fitly your diamond* or pro\inces. the officers of the visiting and l'orclftin KilliDKt CroweVnrk -- -- -

-* hat money cm bu\'. watch or any other; article in stock warships the foreign consuls. William and Bridge \ j "Vessels Disbursed upon the Most Favorable Terms, and than
IneIIlI1hiIlPd: toni I I lest: Material; tompO'tt'lIt Eertilpntent.TPlephune Obligations Taken Payable at Port of negtmaUon Ten
or Fifteen
.-i value. W. A. vi-r\ ,'iinap.: Call and pxamiuej Jfhnir.k: Bryan, the otht'r"isltin after Vessel Arrives there Day,

:I :S. Halafox street. j -. Remember thi otter i it for I I1 American :statesmen several of Senor :.Nil. tX.

\\\1 tf.iy*. trouble to show I Palma's ('(olItl1! Valley. :>0". Y.. neigh I I9-Safety Deposit Boxes for Ront in Connection ,

,t-. J.I.STEPHENS.: j hors Horatio HlIbt II;. counsel for the with which we hare a Priva Apartment for the Una !
PIMPLES former Cuban junta Colonel William! T eBeI i of Renter ;
; .:! youth Palafox treet. I
|I Astor Chanter! and a few other special ] I ;

t invited euests.Sep. .
at I 1 J a,'.ellr. had. |'>liitilea. '|-\'t'-\ltt:1'on h.>rf and ce.but ttiyu II i I :: i Palma attached his signatureto WE WILL FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE i
i hid been troubled
a a document as president of the Cuban '
11' some true but after tea. mm lit I8'Se
"i i< 'ar, : : have had no troule: mm republic after an exchange of congratulations : "- Wrt tfwiay for oar Undklrl :
aV. o ni4it sa'ak: too hlith31 a"ln, I, 011I",1 Au: ..er READ THE I.ETTI.KS !
and the veteran General _
.'I Ave Pi Gomez ascended the roof of the PIIUIM we "Ye f..r..i; ui tic n crl that I
rniladelpU'.a. to
palace W ii-4, >, yon
tbs molt fatal of all cu. And tne Bet Liquorof _-- i I' etur"nar'L pun.b..ivr.of a t>in.it if,.' s r.aparc -,a: ,-.a ith mlUrj! j
are where he was accorded n .1!
II a great all kind served tj I i I I I or Mule .f lYrtuin the : y < 1uoe.O I
CANDY u u -r [ < '-uf f."p'.f, l,rluuxttonir I
reception Polite and CourteoniAtteudanta. .
.atl. ;.rew un ,'i tin-nutrkrt. Lin, )I", I.I I.. \
CATHARTIC General Wood personally lowered +i p "...w.upalwar...",?rpa. a. '.atrr 1'118. Lake II t
a 1'lau'nan'ttAlrrrou> fu ..
rnw '
ffll '" KIDXEY mi I IIurutui III the American colors, which were sainted FULL MEASURE AND 61 terse Rprt ntwhuw.rmy.4 a 54)-Pl.--r: :I/taafr.fl-snot
f UL Ef Rii and with his own hands hoistedthe but a tr...uni. : r i....r..IAI 8'.1
d ; .
j K ',1 trrcwi fu h !a' Dn
t.Aor MAIN ..IOIITfID'n Cuban Has:. as an act of the United I 1 am vprrmoeh "...ooot.lt rat rats... Vr., oaf uerw4 wen. ;. : ..t. .,
States Gomez assistine. w: g-1,1'ai "L' rr III' tit., i'. "' I. '. ,
... ,
it r 'l'
'e a.1
refunded. Contain BROS M. .1 .1 BL'W t.. "" ... .
I. t .
or money At the limp! the transfer took placeIn S, J. ,. I. f \t..1 'w If'g ...a..
AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED G '. rf ivet n- '. \h of r. .., >! f-mta ., w'r'' fry I
emln '4Wta -
rtmtdlei! rtcognlzed by Havana General Whiteside. at San ,
: r o f I w 'r..r lamr.' \le ,... put wcN p m. Wt'tnut "I ?I. ( :
1"1:11111 P..n. Taste <:ood. l > r
W'"... 'tnni'elOc,2c.:-'IC! nt physician as the best lot tja !O. turned over his authority to his I I. f, Earner telty- I iD I err d.ys. I uu more tha,. r>..-l .ttr Ine. I. tir, "-* y Vjr t A y.via It' ,t wi'l' ll'h { :
CURE Cuban successor and sailed away with iEJtt- M-i. AO.NLi: iUlCllLNOA. mousy ""-;',r.. ....,' ig us. llo.'t 4. .1.,. '
CONSTIPATION. ... and Bladder trcubltx! M ain Hon"e-4ol S. Palafox street.R. .
ate, i..!".;,I Hex*. to........\.. Turk !Uk0 Kldbiy the American cavalry which had been R. Exchange-Opp. Union Depot SALVONA SOAP CO.. Cor. 12th I Pins Sts. ST. LOUIS, MO.

'TO.SAc "u.. ir...'.!. .trcdtf a':trot' FR10I tU iX II." In garrison there. P. O. Box 2*l. Pensacola Fla. ;
t..11 Iv lllU: fuN'Cti U"bIL W. A D'ALEMBERTE.: r.l' ;ral Wood and his staff and the I i Phones ll 3-2r.ii. ,

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*f* m AND PERSONALS MAY 26, AT 7:30: P. M. i

Joe Rosario, aged 17, and four other .; Last night at the armory.members --

boys made it up yesterday to Benj. Spencer of Louisville is in of the Escambia: : Rides and a few A meeting of the Democratic Executive -
.1NOH. .
vt run away from home and seek their the city on a visit to relatives. specially invited guests gatb- Committee of Escambia

destinies in fields other than Pensa- Miss Madge Cushman Is visiting Bred to participate in the annual county will be held at the office of

cola. The quintette went to the depot friends in Milton and Bagdad. smoker held by the company. Judge. R. McCullagh at the court

last night for the purpose of A.J ernig1n of Whitfield Fla., is Capt. J. C. Watson acting as toastmaster house at 7:30 o'clock p. m. Monday,

' the 11:05 train intending to the head of the festal 26,1902, for the of calling
catching among the visitors here today. sat: at May purpose
.4..,.NN .94.t1.a.sNe...
go to Mobile and later to Honduras. Wm. Mashburn, a prominent citin board and started things moving ,,,1 a primary election and to transact -

Ro*ario'e father learned of the ze1J of Flomaton, is In the city to5' promptly on time. During his such other business as may come YOUR CHOICE OF ANY .*
"gac 'i!" intentions.and obtained a day. speech he gave a lucid historical I before it. C. B. PARKHILL: ,

warrant for the arrest and detention Miss! Bessie McDougal of Milton is sketch of the company since its reorganization 1 DAN MURPHY, Chairman.

: of his adventurous boy. in the city the guest of Mrs. J. C. and his remarks met I! Secretary $2.50Ladies'
i I
Officer Bolline was given a deer Cater. with loud favor from the assembled
Ark Your Dealer for Allen's. F( or.Kae.A ,
cription of the lad, and the latter Wm., W. B. and J. L. Gill of
guests. powder for the feet. It cures Bwalianore, i ]
Selma, are among the recent arrivalsat !Hot.Calloui.Aching.Hwfating .'"..t.Corns > J SHOES, OXFORD OR SANDAL, in the St.J"f"
was found behind the express office Col. W. F. Williams followed and Bunions. At all druggists and shoe I Istores.
the Merchants.Hon. .Sx;. Aik today! I'
just as the train started. All of I 11 Capt. Watson with a more extensive ----

them were preparing to take accommodations H. E. Day of Tallahassee, review of the old and new organization MILCH| COWS FOR SALE
chairman of the railroad COCltIiS-1: ( ails .00.

on the trucks when the I ion, arrived in the city last night ?, covering a period of twenty I IyeiB. i OR EXCHANCE .

C officer espied them. I and registered at the Merchants. ,, I : laterestin{ ; incidents were i I* \Ht.

Young; Rosario via sent to the woucd in h/s speech. FOR DRY CATTLE
i. k A. Wade, the popular real estate (

station, but'.after: he got there he 1 j man of West Government street, "The Chipley Light
Infantry"I I Call at lOS West Chase street and : FOR WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY ONLY !
promised to be good and: no chargewas i|, left this afternoon for points in Ken- was a toast answered by Capt. Park- ;, make your choice. :

pressed. The other boys caught I j i tucky to look after some real estate ''! |hill. He spoke in his usual characteristic -j 1'JmlOt QKO. W. TURTOX, JR. |
r the train and are missed today. Rosario : style and his remarks were "My Family Doctor. :

says now he is glaJ he didn't j Eddie Walsh a graduate of the applauded. Blue Island, Ill., Jan. 14.1901. -

i shorthand department of Meux'? Messrs. ELY BROS.;-I have used Ij
Scott M.
tI go away. : Loftin. Eq., was intro-
i j, Business college, has accepted a pc- your Cream Balm in my family for MEYERSHOE
''sition with Tax Collector A. H. 'duced and gave his ideas:: with reference nine years and it has become my !' CO. ,
family doctor for colds in the head. !
CANDIDATESFOR D'Alemberte. to how the state should regard
r I use it freely on my children It is: .
A party of several ladies expect to ; military organizationg. He a Godsend to children as they are I Feet Furni .hers for Ca-h Only,

i COUNTY leave Pensacola within a few days !favored liberal appropriations, slotsreasonablelawsaffectingmilitia troubled Yours more respectfally or lea,., J. KIM BALI.. I 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.BARGAINS .

ir i I for California and the Pacific coast ,, and Judge for yourself. A trial size .
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COMMISSIONER generally. The personnel of the can be had for the small sum of 10 J
thought at least one encampment ,
i |party is not yet ready for pablica- >! cents. Supped by druzjfists or i!
II I i tion. 'each year should be amply provided mailed by Ely Brothers, ofi Warren ,
St., New York. .Full size 50 cents. '! 1
for. The remarks of Mr. Loftin : r
In this i issue of THE NEWS !appears : Mrs. Wm. Barry and Miss: Hattie 1 .:
I were timely, pointed and masterly. Special communicationof
the announcement of the candidacy Barry of Milton came to the city j; Escambia Lode No. 15,

of John G. Welsh, Frank John- yesterday for the purpose of attending : and from the applause he was accorded A F. & A. M., at 7:30 o'clock

the Epworth League My excur- the boys: were evidently of : Friday night, May23.
t; eon and \\ Shelby: for reelectionas Work in E. A. degree. 1
eion.i They were entertained by'the same: opinion. Visiting! brethren invited.
county\ commissioners from their: Mrs. Geo. W.
Carpenter HARRY W. UIBBS
The next speaker was C. M. Cos- ,
respective districts, subject to the I W. D'C. KESSLER Secretary. JJ ""
Mr. M L. Roch has as his guest' today I ton, E-q., who clearly outlined his W. M. I PP.
action of the democratic primaries
Sit Martin
of !New'
policy as applicable to the state's
-I July 15. The announcement of J. [ i Orleans, who came here with Civil ;, slit KNIGHTS, ATTENTION' :,
i recognition' of the military. He I 11( :
W. Brewton was made: several days j Engineer Brown of the Crescent ; Regular conclave of )

ago. The only member of the present i 'City, who came here on business.Mr. would make it one of his first duties : Coeur ds Leon Commas '

i Maniau has recently completed! :should he reach: a legislative: seat tocall .dery No. 1, Knights '
: board who has nut announced t
Templar{ at 8:00
''to Nw Orleans p.
an extensive
pipeline ; upon the secretary: of war ,
him-t-lt i is J. H. Roberts. Monday, May 2i3.
I for shipping: oil, and has: done a' SojourningdirKnightsare EVERY DAY
through governor to call in the :
The present board luiuiadeau excellent ''|lot 1 of like work in and about New ; courteously: invited. j I

rtcord and by their "close Orlean( { ". j I I now almost obsolete arms and have HARRY W. GIBBS, '' ft.9L.

substituted for them guns and accoutrements Gus EITZEX. Recorder.
attention and up-to-date business ( One of the most enjoyable! out-donr E. C. -
of a more modern -
nature --- -- -
methods they have saved: many dol- 'entertainments of the season will bea I
Stand Like a Stone Wall. I IR .
lart, to the tax payers of the county. : lawn party to be given at the rei.'dente i ,

I of Hon. and Mrs.V.. A Other FaJff-.7) ere ass 8. Las3rcci tw@@n jour children and tDr'\
J h H, W.hJ} l12.' .9-l a. hxteftdht ai ZehiaD and hutQiQRma : t=sas1Drturea ; : -
>> .T
}3)upt :
APxt Tuesday fir till f anafttnitt.
) .hD* Oiagtes and Theo.PJeSerte .ca1dhead or other skin diseases \
T:e:-rl>ug vtifcar sad Ire looks dJse-
? Michael's
I parish. Frcra 5 td -How? BuckJen'sArnica
why, by using
all of whom
spoke i if
'[ .r ly after the interests of the county j j'6:30 p. m. the event will be devoted as Salve, earth's greatest healer. -

{ tie subject j of militia was nearest Quickest cure for Ulcers. Fever
to the
Frank Johnson, as a member of the )Ic especially pleasure of the
Hares Salt Rheum Cut. Burn
; finance: cammittve, in a valuable and i! children, the evening;, hours following their hearts. When the speaking Bruises. Infallible for Piles. 25c.or

i to be for the entertainment: of was concluded the toothsome lunch at W. A. D'Alemberte's drug store. I'
competent orlicial and he had also
: the folk;. The 121 South Palafox street. L. FRIEDMAN & 00'8
grown public I.< cordially which
done magnificent work planning and :'|I invited to atteud. prepared was heartily ____ I I III

executing road: J. W. -
improvement. ._ .
Ilrewtin and W. A. rtlielby have i I A SPLENDID FLORIDA BOOK. Can Wear SIllies NIGHT. TRAINS AT 8. 8:30! AND '
;tta smal'er! after Allen'a
looked cll}-ely after the r<>!ids in their ming Foot
Eaaa powder to be shaken into the shore 11:50. TICKETS 25 CENTS, AT ,

rf-pptttive districts: and they are Mr. W. E. Jackson, field agent: of It makei; tight! or new shoes feel ea,y; give* DEPOT. !I RACKET STORE.II :;

-* attentive and watchful the mnaat relief to corns and bunions. !t'a
way- the !Southern Historical Association Everybody has a right to a little
the greater comfort di< of the I
covery age
ter -'ts of the couuty at the meet- of Atlanta: Ga., is iu the Cures and prevents swollen feet, blister piece of this earth. But they must
city superintending c.,IIou Bad iore spot Alien''a KootKaseUncertain fight for it. They must watch their ,
t; fuss of the board. The several district i the delivery t.) subscriber,* cure for sweating hot aching change to get it, and get it. I;
feet all
At draggle; and shoe stores, 25c.
? of the county coulJ not bs better I the book "Memoirs of Florida" Don't accept any substitute. Trial packatge Thps. C. Watson & Co.
by: FREE by mall Address, AII n 1:1.: Olmsted,
presented than by the gentlemen. I Rowland H. Rerick. LeRoy, S. Y. have some particularly fine bargains
I edited by to offer just now, and they invite

__ | ex-GoverUQr Francis p. Fleming. avery Edarate Your Bowels With Caecareta.Can7y < vou to come and investigate same.H ': "
i handsome and Pithirttc. cure constipation forever. You will never regret having done I
comprehensive uc.Kc. If CC C. '
i ail.druggstsretundmonee
L.4CK COWIVc.pIe !:It.I: : :. ao.
work in
s y royal f'ctl:1volume : : -- ---
1! rr"ti ;;, handsomely printed and I
I Get Wilful.A "Th.1t'a..* :icry IHIt'ral allowanceyou
bound. .rr. .r Paxson & Hall'sTransfer.
cow or hor-eor even do; will -- -- : uuiile ji nr lit-! 'n"in.law' W4'n --=,

refu.... to pat or drink what the ani-j 9atarly. I' "Yt-s." answered t AiiitTican rail- : -

mal know to be harmful, hit "Why yes I have seen a rood: deal of liuiuirr."Iton't. I

kind perri-tin pouring coffee evenafter '' Tom Uolilnw ntently. Tact is. he':3 yon think it will encourage Ii

h.vinJPt"tI fully assured that' one of the moat i-iUfrtiiliiiiig men I him: in habits of ida, : nts5'?" NICK'I S i
it I'* steadily killing hint lure in
awhile eu-r met. Ueally. I didn't know there "Not a bit: of it I am Join,; :? to II

able thing.they wake up ind d > the ten- was s, much: in him. He's positively hit, to psis! 1 poker and kotp him has SPECIAL ATTENTION

\ lady says : "Why will people brilliant when you !pot him talking! tli:;!? to null: on to it."-Washington GIVEN TO I

wait a-* tong a* I did whnti it is .at delightful companion and so bos Star.

easy to save one.flf the t.1I1ft'ringCdult'.1 pita Lie al1<1"-
by coffee driukiiin? After "I s<-e. Which of Robinson's sisters! Folly Ip to Dale. \\rnm\ F Baggage and Hauling. I
colfee "Rut don't you watt to be an I
for several I
w:ir.p yen discovfred Is It-the little one with the I black hair'
that I was breaking downnervrtaly. gt'!?" asked the teacher. i
j "
or the tall I blond one? Machinery Safe*!, Piano and I
I consulted several dot "No I duu't." replied: the up to data i r
"It's the little oue with the black Furniture
' tort batin i #pite ofeverythingstead- 1 i hair." little girl."Why Promptly at I

ily grew wore. !i not?" I Short Notice; also Conduct....
One phy.;iciiu advised me t.) quit
"Because they wear the same kindof DAILY MENUS
4 KU
a Snap. ...
coffee I tried L'IltS'1'CLAiLivery
and quitting by the U;A
a' of will power but every time it wasj I! In 1837 Mr. Thomas Saverlamlbrought clothes year after year while the ifashions i Did You Ever Do Thison

a miserable failure.My I an action against Miss Cart are changing. They're aw- Comprise all the Up-to-

stomach was iu dreadful shape line Newton, who hat:: bitten a piece out fully behind the times."-Chicago Poa Date Dishes; the Mar- Feed and a cold
morning mam"got 1
and I was unable to sleep at night, of his nose for his having tried to kiss I kets of the World

nervous prostration set m and I became j i her I by way of a Joke. The defendant The Anlhor. Afford. 4 Sale Stables. up to get breakfast? If so, y
barely able to drag about Miss! Rayburn Why does Mr. Ryter I I
was acquitted, and the Judge laid dow I I know the benefit of using GAS f '
One day while visiting a minister's i j that "when a man kisses use such terms as "odd oons," "odds i
wife, a motherly old lady, she pro- I] her a woman bald," "s'deutb" "zounds" and the { Corner Zirragossa and Jefferson! Struts, cooking. Mamma can toucri *
against will she Is fully entitled to !
posed kind *to n?give had been me a using cup of three cotIee times, the bite his nose It she so pleases."-'"Th like so constantly? It's positively dl* Ladies' Private Opposite Plata jt Telephone 25J. match and she has fire enough :.

a day for three years. So she !I i Kiss aud Iu History." tresslnj to converse with Lim. J bake, broil or stew, and papa ca.
t I Miss Clayburn-Oh, mustn't mind
brought out a cup of the most fra- Dining Parl r. *
that. lie's of take an extra while breakfast, .4
arrant, delicious beverage. It was J Lap.oa Llaaoe.d writing one those historical HARRY HALLHARK. nap
cotTee and was not coffee. I trie novels, and his mind dwells o under
it I "You understand of course, that raj n- way. Of all modern c"--

Hand was eager to know how it was !: daughter hag been reared in the lap ot It constantly.-Brooklyn Life i II I Manager Transfer Departmeat. Ii I II I veniences, especially during t -
made. ; "
i luxury? ; I Dinner i
She said: 'Five years ago I waaiTected That' Where.Miss Daily. summer months! there h notbi-:
[ "Why. she told me last night thai I GUAM) EXCURSION '
much but I
as you are quit : Shecawgo-So:: are fro '
drinking eotlte and begau i mine was the first- r, that Is, I hop, you m that thelhousewifeappreciates: lik *
Connecticut '
That's where tbey sell
Postnm Food Coffee and that produced 1 sir that I may be aU to make such Short Orders Promptly GAB RANGE or STOVE
so !
the result you see and restoredme provision as to keep her from pining Ii i many nutmegs i
to health: for the lap you mentlon.- alcaga Miss Nuaay\en-Oh. no; you are mis- Filled. Night or Hay.

the said a lot more and when I { Herald. taken. Teat's where they make them P iiith GR C

I Wtnt borne I got a box of Pastumnights TIS' have to coma put here 'q 6i'J1'': 'f

StaQ\\e anusing\t... %ttcfssav'>thiafft ng?, Tea ,seta
"t't tack plate' aa4 f bee xn aloe *!* not your ci mete rather cbasgear No. 3 S. PaUfox St., ',nllcoll, Fit.C11KV .
IU and felt a relief from my : bl asked the tourist A Coming; Evnt. I, Nick >To Mobile,Saturday night June It,
awful. nervous tension. Graduallyand Mistress I Apastli'sui j leaving the union depot at 10:30 p.
j -Kate. the
1'0.; It isn't, answered the gas escaping .
well aud I old } m. Returning, train will NOTICE*.
earely I got now feel wit In the kitchen last leave Mo
tier who nIght. Tore -
alwayi contradicta. "If bile
Restaurant. at 12 -
as strong and healthy as a woman Popular o'clock Sunday night, -
should at my age, with all my old-j was, don't you suppose we'd hai must never blow It out i' i June 15. Fare for the round trip, the captain own
time energy restored.I I changed It for sometMng! elM yean Kate-I didn't mum; I turned it out 11.60; from Cantonment and Century tlaNEITHER consignees Lima will of tt.be

earnestly: entreat all coffee agor! -Washlnffton! Star. then turned It on again to have it i same as Pensacola. For further information responilbli (or debra contra:.-
drinkers to change to Postum.Vbat ready to light ia the morning.-Llpptn-1 WlMwt apply to ed by the crew of laid veioel.A. E. HJOIRCK

is the use of suffering day and night A Modest T..laa. coifs. ROBT. KINO or Pensacola Lumber Co., t'apta.2
because of some paltry coffee when i 1 Briggs-That fool ", PETER COnSlnees. limit
Stephlgh considers wish the best
one has but to leave it off and use : himself! the greatest actor Water coolers that do not i If you very Excursion Managers
on earth. \
Poetnm to be well, and I think; anyone [ I ice cream freezer at the NEITHER the captain.owner
i Benson-Is that so? He's getting' waste ice at the Willis\I very nor contlcneet of the Brltn'bk
will with me that health ts' ,
agree \\lowest the Ice J. H. Marten will Mr.'
Willis cream freezers thai
modest price
strangely He
used to ,
else consider 1
worth everything ; money property Hardware Co.'s. I iponitbla for debts eontrae4 ;:
a i or fame" Name given by Po a. himself the greatest actor that ever Hardware Co. can please freeze quick, at the Willis by the crew of said< veM..i.

F, 5 jk' turn Co., Battle Creek, Mich. i Hved.-Tit-BIta, I Trv THE NEW Want Column. \ you. I Hardware Co.'s. Order. Otto KRASKTo captati.

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