The daily news

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The daily news
Uniform Title:
Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Pensacola Fla
The News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
May 23, 1902
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
30.433333 x -87.2


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

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Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
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Two Hundred and Four Bod- : Backbone of Textile Strike

ies Recovered. | Seems Broken.


Words I Inadequate to Portray Their TWENTY-FIVE STILL MISSING ,I,,160 HANDS _RETURN_ TO WORKI Loss Estimated to Reach at

Governor McMillin Has Issued a Proclamation Under
Soon as King Mill Gets Fairly -

Suffering. Calling Upon the People of Way Other Mills Which Put a Least $500,000.

Tennessee to Send Assistance to Lockout In Force Will Also Start

1 Destitute Families at Coal Creek. !| up.

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'j The New
I special to
Knoxville Tenn., May 22.-A special j '
THE SUCCESSOR Augusta. Ga., May 22.-The King SOUTH AFRICAN
t-. s: Lucia, B. W. I., May The Sentinel: from Coal Creek?j cotton mill which was closed several I i Buffalo, May :;,.-A fire, which

., I ,:" I-bud of Martinique n..w Tenn., is to the effect that the fourth weeks ago when its employes struckfor broke out shortly after midnight in

CORRIGAN day of terror at Coal Creek finds 20 aa--tnCfE'aSe in started in WAR NEWSSpecial
,...:.. ,.: pjtoJTby a sea of boiling wages the transfer: house of the New York
or 22 bodies of victims of the Frater- part today, 160 Lads out of 500 re- --

t, A\\ hundred of unfortunate ville mine horror still missing. Search porting for work at 7 o'clock.It Central and Lake: Shore railroads on
Special to The :Sews to The News.
. 4-f-Hi-, : mostly poor women and ing parties have brought out 104 dead is claimed that this showing practically William street, destroyed the building I

Itune, May 23.Vatican circles bodies and thty are now hard at work I breaks the backbone of the London, May 23.-Unusual inter
':MiJr-n.are penned up in the village and its contents and caused the
t today are discussing the probability in the dark portals of three entries in strike in which 10,000 people were In- est is attached to the cabinet meet

uf Gaud Riviere, near the devas- I of the New York archdiocese sending the mines in efforts to recover the re volved. The mill will be filled up with death of William Lester, a switch ing called at 3 o'clock this afternoon.The .

Mt-J city of Ht. Pierre, facing a in the name of Archbishop Ireland maining 20 or 22. non-union help from other mills and it man; Sot freight cars, most of them ministers were specially sum
These figures are given out by Su is claimed by tha owners that it will
ui)-'. i.nrnt'le death. It U impossible: with the names of Bishop perintendent George Camp of the Coal be running on full time by tomorrownoon. loaded, were burned. The fire was moned by telegraph from all parts

f.>r aid to reach the terrified prisoner :McDonnell, of Brooklyn, and Bishop Creek Coal company. Every entry in'''I As soon as the King mill Is being difficult to flzht. The loss is estimated ; of the country, where they were

Farley, auxiliary bishop of the New Fratervllle mine has been exploredand operated on full time all the millsin spending their Whitsuntide holiday.It .
-. It LOW seems certain all must all have been thoroughly gone Augusta Graniteville. Vaucluse. to reach at least $00000.
York archdiocese from which three j
seems certain that messages of
('HI-I. by the awful burst of lava over except three on the right hand I.angley. Bath, Warrenville and Aiken,
names the Hocietas de Propaganda side. It Is in these three the men are S. C.. winch put a lockout in force, most momentous nature have lately

from Mont Pelee Monday. By Tuesday Fide shall select the now laboring and the very heavy deposit will start up. It is understood that MANY REFUGEES been passed between Downing street

the lava had hemmed in all the of loose coal which probably accumulated the Carolina operatives have guaranteed -
successor of the lite Archbishop and Pretoria the
regarding peace negotiations
as a result of the explosion : sufficient help to operate the TO SAIL TO FRANCESpecial
unfortunate* why bad returned Corrigan i I and that
is making the work slow. It is the King mill fui'r! by Saturday morning. I this is the cause!

t sue in the belief the worst was Belief in this possibility is based theory that the missing bodies are ..,| Nothing has been heard from Director i] -- of the hurried meeting of the min
buried in this slack, and that being]I Hibbert. of the National Textile
on the idea of the Catholics in the asso- to The New. isters.
v.r.Ihe. the case it is said they will be found [ elation
New York archdiocese that none of well preserved, as slack coal baa a Paris, May 23.-The central office The Pall Mall Gazette says there r
boiling; lava: form a perfect
the candidates have uch a good preserving and cooling effect, especially today received a cablegram dated at is good reason to believe that sub.
:i. I--, of hut sizzling fluid all the wayii when bodies are buried so deep. HER
chance for obtaining the scarlet The rescuers: encountered the death SIN DOOMED : Fort de France from Governor stantial progress toward peace has

the sea, which means certain and baretto as Archbishop Irelnd.VOLCANOES' L'Heurre saying: "No new details.
this been made since Sunday the
gas morning and Wire forced to day on

i ->taut death to any who attempt to abandon their work until a greater POSTERITY The privy council of the colony,who which the Boer peace delegation arrived i 1

supply of fresh air could be forced
held consultation the advisability
-- it. VICTIMS a as to at Pretoria from Vereenicing I
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therein: The gas difficulty was soon
i distressed unfortunates can overcome: and the work proceeded. An I Special to The! N-wi. of a total or partial evacuation where the last conference was held. i

MEMORIAL SERVICES awful stench the mile due ., I of the island, has unanimously -
pervades ,
''i m the surrounding hills I New York. May 22.-Startling\! statistics i
to the numerous dead: bodies that have I decided that Special to The News
,1 pleading for deliverM i on criminology have been presented such action is not jdsti j -
been found therein, and also to thecarcasses Pretoria, May 23.: -News
I at the annual convention of the fled at present. The steamer Cam- was received -
the fear of death Special to The New deFd of 19 mine mule, none New York countyomans Christian today from Lord
Lovatt that
of which have pagnie of the Trausatlantique: line is
f lava yet brought out. I
antly ,
spreading Temperance union. One of the delegates -,
Paris, May 2J -Memorial servicesfor the British had I
.. faces starvation. R. M. Lindsay, of the relief com I read a statement to the effect here and able to transport those desiring army surprised Gen
t ; ty the repose of the souls of the victims mittee. Is of the opinion that all thebodies eral Fouches at a laager in Cape I
I that a woman of criminal tendencies to go to Ouadaloupe: today. :
of the recent volcanic out- will\ hare been taken: out by to last
whose made Colony
name was not Wednesday morning;
Thousands of the inhabitants have :
night. He the .
OKLAHOMA FLOODEDBY says work of admini.t !
obvious died in 1827.
breaks on the islands: of Martinique reasons In the engagement the Boers lost i
< rini? to the needy is in engaged for Versailles."
now on "llT descendants have been traced,' passage
HEAVY RAINS and St. Vincent were held in the f'arnpl't. Out of thp large amount sub- I continued the speaker. "They number I two men killed and four captured, i

cathedral of Notre Dame today. scritu for the r>>liff fund a very: with
800 hundred
Seven were criminals, a large quantity of Boer arms.!
-- Madam Loubet, the cabinet ininisters : small portion has reached Coal Crf'ek.bllt having been convicted at least once.'Tairtyaeven I All of General Fouche'
the early receipts: of the full were murderers and I personalkit

', -i ; ::10-. and their wives, senators, amount is hoped\ for.Some tonrpp- was taken.
were executed for their crimes. i DIES FROM A BLOW\
'ur' ii.-. n of the liistr-ss may he had when!! "This family; the speaker contln.i -

rc:,: ill ;;",i t: o pan few days has corps were among those pres- it is stated that the large! majority of I'i tied "has cost the nation J3.000.000 I I -- SWELL GAMBLING

.-,. t'Tfatet Hoods in the ent. Archbishop Richard of Paris the men who died: in the mine loft l |! for trials and executions." .p..dal to The News

,-:: >"y "I i Oki! il.oina. Traffic on all officiated. The cathedral of Norte families al,,,(,lut+-dependent. having i: | .' I Boston, May 2'3.-Thomas Noonan, HOUSES NOT SOLD I

: r .i-i! I..d- impeded and all the I Dame was! draped in black for the ro mear.s whatever save thp daily
I occasion. earnings of the m'n whose lives have THE HAITIAN i a prize fighter, died this morning as !
: i IP "ut IIf their bulks. I
been cut oT.Governor; a result of a blow sustained during a
Special loTheNe 8.Providence !
McMillin: has issued a I match last with Eddie
I boxing night
May 2.}. Richard I
-- - -- ": proclamation calling upon the peopleof -
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the state to send assistance to Coal Caufield, the prince American I

1'111'" Block Of t TillS : I Creek. I Athletic Club here. gamblers, denied today that he had :
Bargains : j Special to The News
is iu
custody having surrendered
\\ 1:1.1\: : i WIII\: : : I Pont au Prince May 22.! -The Unit sold his Saratoga or Newport gambling :
to the police immediatelyafter
I EARTHQUAKE ed States cruiser! Topeka arrived here houses to Frank Ferrell's syn.

-.-\T'i today from Port Royal, S. C., to pro- i it became apparent lat night dicate for $750,000, as was reported

i test American interests. The presence that Noonan: had received a !'ffiouiinjury. i
SHOCKS yesterday.
'i' of the warship in these waters ]
has had an excellent effect. The situation -

of affairs is improving. TO-DAY'S MARKET REPORT
I II Special to the Seon. The northern army, commanded by PENSACOLA WONYESTERDAY'S

\ ,, !- I Fuse Gingham Hem Sheets Bath Towels : ( St. Augustine.. Fla., May 21.-Almost General Firmin has halted at Area ( --
and Madras I HY l''' SS.\COL.-\STCK EXCH.\SGE
each continuous shocks presumably of i| hate two days' march from here. General -j
Swiss Lawns "_tic values jl Turlti Dolt-n b 'oweheds ',, i' earthquake, were: felt here from 9'' Firmin is said to have formally : CAME East Governlllt"lIt refit,

for Hem. P. Cases o'clock until midnight Tuesday night I declared that he does not intend to -

$1.50. I:.:! Din and ; I The earthquake was accompanied enter Port au Prince at the head of STOCK ,

4c yard 12c yard i'a2t' t.u-h f 2.65 doz. ) by a succession of short but decisive j his troops. In the game of baseball at Pal- Open High Low. Close.!! :

( I reports like distant cannonading, seem I Sugar..l2fl'2 129'2 128V 129
: ; ingly from far out at sea. The sounds Thompson Party at Mobile. metto Beach yesterday afternoonthe Atch.... !80i: bo793'1 IQi; I

\ ru[ CoIRSET WAIST Parasols ( were unlike thunder having no reverberating Mobile. Ala., May 22.-The Thompson Pensacolas won by a score of 71 U. H10).' 4034401' 40
Department Department. : \ I" .163 153' iMjJ
L.\W \ ,
l" roll and congressional! { reached Mo- 15314
were accompaniedby : party to 8. The
.' Ii..autafuiShortand For. ... .. ..39c t\\ game was seen by a small L. & N..139Q! 140'4' 139)2 140
"; gritty 15c Off ; decided tremors. while the sky in bile early this morning from "Hiskegee !,
1t't1lum Corsets, ,
I M.O.P.99
.. >i 100
r .6' c I number of persons, who braved the 9914' 100
: -ale SChuePmkand ltluetor In All "lDe Good For.,0 .. .. ...S9C ;: the southeast was suffused with a Ala. The members breakfasted at the I Man. 131'. 13318 1314' 133lt. {
This week ( I glow. I Battle House. In the forenoon they threatening elements. A portion of Ht.Paul.170; 1697'
ITlig nig
tic: yard 49c each 5eeour l c Waist Silk Glorias $JQ; : I
1 The reports cams at intervals of visited the Broad street negro school the game was played in the rain. Penn ...UIP 149', 1491? 1494
perhaps three minutes, and persons and got a glimpse of the educational The H. P..... 6458 0014 6438 6518'
( featureless.
GEXTS' O Silk Alpaca ( who remember: the earthquake at work there. At noon they proceeded I game was! U. P..I05 '83 104L 105
I1NG' GE1'ITS' T. C. I.. fl3-8 6:1: 63t--
SUMMER Coats and Vests Charleston say the noises were very to State Street Baptist church, negro, '
C. F.I..98
: ftment NIGHTSHIRTS I !, 1UU93'4'!
WEIGHT OreatValues1di \ similar to the subterranean noises accompanying where they listened to addresses by NEW UNIFORMS loon
1 ". 1 hand Nafnsook -
that occurrence.Th the leading negro residents.
: Catanbrics fiNDERW EAR 75c to $2,50 sound traveled from the south I ARRIVED TODAYThe NEW YORK COTTON.

Be SUIt to southeast Road To Be Extended. Open. High. Low Close.
Half Price 50c, 75c, $1 98c :suit: Worth Double ; The night was perfectly clear. A I I Memphis Tenn., May 22.-President uniforms May .....916 1420 911 911

-- ,,, ) number of citizens gathered on the !i Frank Merrill, of the Mobile, Jackson II new for the police July..991 Augnst..ll6l b97 8b8 S91
\IF.X' TRUNKS 1 sea wall and timed the Intervals b.1 I and Kansas City, has closed a force, made per a contract with Wm. Sept. ...808 812 bOt 8O-i 859
Tackle .
':rsb iTRA1V HATS Fisbinrr }: tween the reports contract for the construction of an additional Johnson &; Son arrived this morningand Oct......795 797 794: 79'J

Imitation Panama lOCMnlles of road from Hatties-
: '.', and CRAB XETr i will be donned by the minionsof -
t tlerrried Prices of Coal Oo Up. M I I burg tc Decatur, Miss. The work will
\ 50c YALI ES. i ; New York. May 22. Convinced that the law within a few CHICAGOWHEAT.
For I' go forward at once. The road is headed days. The
and all kinds of ; j j'Me
.e Is See the New ) weeks and possibly months may elapse I! Open. Hizb. Low.
'I Close.
I in a straight line for Memphis to new clothes! are of light made
for n ieethemtnWIndow Dresser Trunk. :Sporting Goods ( ; before the miners' strike shall have serge July.... 74i{ 74' 73113x
connect this city with deep water
1< after the ... '
regulation style and Sept 73t, 73COKN.;.
on 723
,; t been settled retail coal dealers have Mobile. account 72)j

) advanced the prices of anthracite coal :I]I of their lightness will be a .

ICE BOXES Gasoline t ; to a maximum of $8.50 a ton. and at boon to the Open. Hijrh.
,, Two Hanged at Talladegl.I policemen of the city. Low. Close.
Hammocks Shoe Sale the same time marked up bituminousto July.... 621i 62# 61% .
$5,00 to $i.5O Birmingham, Ala., May 22.-X ip. ?
Stoves : $-1.60 when purchased In small quan I!I clal to The Birmingham Newt from You never heard of any one using Bept.... 60tf 61 69j. 6$
Honey and Tar
SI.OO to Refrigerators; titles. To consumers of large quantities Talladeg. Ala., layit Charner and and not be-
$3,50 Stm! COEtinnES i \ lug 8atl fted. W. A' D'Alemberte
rate of $3.85 was NAVAL STOKES
of soft coal a George Wood MAKKLT.
$4.50 $6 negroes, father sad eon. 121 Palafox street.
$9 5o to $32. $3, i \ quoted. Only once before hart these I were hanged la th cooaty Jail this -
Reported Dally for The
( ) prices for fuel been exceeded. That morning for the murder of Jack and All kinds of chairs and Union Naval Store New by

was In 1871, when the price of an.I Reuben Boyd whits, near Callderf- rocking chairs Co

thracita reached a maximum of $11 burg, Ala., on last Chrlfitms day. at Marston -.01111.

lltiUiRttt OI Its ott & Ott. I : a ton.I I I Quina's.. Prices are very ww wa.-_.____..__._...13OI II M! (H j.--1155... __ 18

The Saving of a Few cents on a bottleof low. N.. __ __ a z3: F-- -.1 a)
watches and 11__ 11 15 E._._ _
will repair your Vanilla Extract will not atone tor the 11
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( )J I Jewelry In first-class style. J. 1 annoyance of having deseert that Is "-Jnita LdeatYear Candy Cathartic Bowel, cure with CMCWU. It L---- -_--_ I y3&'i C"D.____ I :!O
constipation forever below _
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Conditions of the Market ReviewedFor
Past Week.

Cleveland 0.. May 22.-Th. Iron
l Trade Review this week has this to

s gay concerning market conditions:

t p "The high level of prices has been

: reached, and that the succeeding

months of the year will bring increasing a.

supplies of material is the beliefof for Infants and Children.The .

many in the trade but nothing has
appeared as yet indicating any reliefin Kind You Have Always Bought has borne the *\:ztnrc .. .

the near future from the stress of Cha+. II. Fletcher and has been made tinder II

everywhere felt. The statistical posi- personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow im -
: tion of the blast furnaces is remarkable to deceive :you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations an.",

-an output at the highest rate in '' .. but and
I Jii t.a.-good" are Experiments, endanger: !h,
Sr" their history ((352,064 tons a week health of ldren-Experience against Experiment
i May I, aa against 2i
January 1)), representing a productionof The Kind You Have 'Always..Boug1:
1,500,000 tons for the month of

April accompanied by a virtual wip Bears the Signature of _

ling out of stocks. i
'. :
'.. "The 60",000 tons of coke iron on
cts Gef\Uy; hand at merchant furnaces represents I II

scarcely more than a day's consump I I'I

\ p.cts Pleasantly: tion and is the smallest amount thus
carried In many years. That the decision

\cts Oi the anthracite miners to continue In Use For Over'30 Years/

"r. ( Beneficially; their strike was not by a decisive ..f e..u. eo...... t1 .u.... ....u.. ..CW VON e...
vote is held to augur an early settlement I.
lets Laxative. i I.I I --- --- ---- ---- -
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( lr\ but as it stands the strike Is act -
favorable influence the Iron'trade '! .
a upon

!. l Syrup of Figs: appeals to the cultured and the ... ._- ;'';'- .J--...... \ CT I The Star Laundry

r I .Xi/, / .t 't \\'dl-infurmtd and tothe healthy, because its component As a paitial I offset to its effects has I ,

ii 'r-Y \ ...- ; : ; \ : parts are simple and wholesome and because come the: puddlers'strike in central ,

: '- <,41\ it acts without disturbing the natural functions Pt'nns'h'ana.1th. its daily curtail i I Biggest Busiest Best I ,

r .1 S ?. / as ;ti is wholly free from every objectionablequality ment of pig iron consumption. Should ,

t or ul:>stance. In the process oft the soft coal miners become involvedin --- f1I

I: / \ r IA: ,' W 4 manufacturing figs are used, as they are the anthracite struggle: the whole I
1 ';i ,, ''' to the taste but the industrial situation would be seriously :
peasant medicinal
clouded. Alternating favorable and ti \\\Te\ Gaper [ nI': : '
'' .c' -: ,,: \' rtUts of Syrup cf Figs are obtained unfavorable reports leave the impresibion p[I :' _
; from
-: ; an excellent combination of plants

,., (!' I (;r.c:, know n to be medicinally laxative and to to be thus looked far for.that an average yield in tvAA.r .iti; I From all part ..r 1r t
r ..
f act most bentficir.lly.To .
'r' !. i % J ,' "Within the iron trade commitments < i A tai :e'r 'Our delivery men w.i.;
; <:U its beneficial effects-buy the n
for Ifn3
are increasing, both in pig
4' v,, genuine-manufactured by the ,I iron and finished materials. Buying .: !, whereat any tim :. r ,
s ? I of structural material for 1!,03 con Gc t Write or telephone ur 1

I tinues. It appears that considerable'!
structural business tor 1S02: will fail of' deavor to serve you I---:

Delivery this year. and this overflow, t other Laundry can.
I with orders already] booked for the

new year, represents three months' j I I

take rolling: on Rail additional mills have tonna been e.PithburgrE'portlng able tc'ALL WORK C. 0. D. GOCflS CillEl fCT 2 Elfi d JL: .

1"''- > Y Sah Francisco, Cat flew YorkM.YV a sale of 30, 00 tons to the I:i TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST.

Cotton Belt railroad for November i i
w "h' For stale, by all, druflL t, Priceffty-'cer\t3.pef-botte.! I!
and December delivery. i WALKER INGRAHAM, Manager.

One Can't Tell Theme Dafl. i
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Blobbs-That girl's hair looks as
.. It tor two ,
---- -- though sue hadn't touched W. B.
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) War on Bucket Snops. \vet4s.Slobbs. I ,
A (f tlf Prayer Hook. TURKEY'S FINANCIAL STRAIN. she has ; t
I dare
I -And yet say
New York. May 21.-Owing to theEu'r I
Queen EUzulx'th used to carry nl>oui worked for hours with It to get that j MANUFACTURERS AND I>EAJ.>.> \
of the Chicago board of trade lI
/with her suspended l,y a chain of pare Situation Worse Than Any Time Since % i
in its efforts to eliminate j j effect!
fold a book called "The Gulden Manual Bankruptcy In 1876. I bucketshops I i I LUMBER
+h cf Prayer," a dainty volume of 3K New York. May 22.! -A dispatch I in the west, similar movements have 1 I -eG LATHS

( rapes, bound lu "hammered virgin whkh has been received here from pained greatly. On Monday Aext members -H I' STE9MSHIPa J:

gold." One side of this cij...tly uilumt! Constantinople throws a lurid light on of the New York Cotton Exchange i j I _-_-_ - -- -- ii-.Li t. smDCIPEE; SSfiINGlES-Zli-tr! ;: "

gave, a representation of the judgment the financial strain of the Turkish government will act upon a proposed amendment, !I!t 1( ; .
1 (.f Solomon! the other the brazen ser cables the London correspondent providing that any member of the exchange I PENHACOLA. FLA.

;" Int on the cross in tlJl'llt''l'rL of The Tribune. The situa : which shall be interested In or i 1AN OCEAN TRIP
associated with or shall act as the
tion apparently is worse than at
A Fad and a Colt. time since its bankruptcy in 187C. of, shall execute any order 4 To NEW YORK, BOSTON ? ROYAL STANDARD \\rHISlE' {E1.
orders for the account of bucket-
A Boston editor: asked to define the There is mod ground for believingthat or a AND ALL
1 difference betwicn cult and fad shop shall be expelll'd.C"arlestonian .
a a
rose to the emergency in this manner. present the contemplating new grand vlzier.Said confiscating, is at I I J i( EASTERN RESORTS 8 Years Old, in Cases of 4 Full Quarts, at S3.20 per utWHLSKIIYiditilledat

"A fad is autiling; that arouses evanescent Suicides In New York i, _. ..
Via - -
revenues already ceded to foreign I
New furs May :21.-A man who '
while is regtere -
mentality! cult
any- Q n\ ,
V .
(countries about $13.0iiciniM a year @) thN. .
thins that inspires mental- : sty:, permanent( This could! be done very easily. 111'1.1 i suicide In his room in the t tcommitted 1': j( OCEAN:" STEAMSHIP COMPANY: \ : JL Ky., Distillery, and ii fully inatur (d *
before bottling n i is absolutely) at il : 1
likrly however that Europe would at pure
Barrett house Thirty-eighth street and J LOVKA11S\ lmiiiKMKUtE5O l'
I A celled in quality by any Wrinkly tl'! '
with '
unity and energy in the event ol Hours of Ocean Breezes
Sixth avenue. He was found dead i
tkiaiic Hlieiiinafoiii (;ur41l'Ier on 11. no matter where produced. The Koyi! -'
t'.IIJI'IN'n'paIN i f Min<>rin_. such a breach of faith. Instead of relying I the floor of the room with a bullet hole i' "' Sailings each WeeK fi is eight years old when bottled, and, >." -

"I have been atllicted with ci.1ticrheumatim on paper protests as in the case in his head. Nothing was found that i, t 4 from Savannah Ga. J its excellent qu Ility. i+ the cheapest w
for fourteen of the Armenian massacres, theFrem would show why be had killed himself .; J the market at that price. A* a bevera,:,
years .h government would no doubt \ The.tran".tp< of Hi I')I'"i3'! LineIIMI I I II an absolutely pure stimulant, there M n>" ,
pays Josh Edgar, of Germantown, put itself: in the forefront in defenseof i ii I i Jf\ lIu"II.'n..I..I..xleLKi! Itlll r It* -"a'p PI,nr..mrn.t.. A.ii.liiKtntr.. ....... y f. !Shipped in cages containing no marks" W' t
Cal. "I was able to be around, but 1 w in Mil'\"n'iH irn al itl<.ni I'mnl t.y" wfl Indicate contentJf ,.
European banking interests, and fthi n la. erne> 1- tttiuftli anil h dir;.jf f i purcha-er, upon \ <
constantly Buttered. 1 tiled everything Presbyterians Will Build College. j,i root!. '..,t h' I'. NPR t,NtI the whiskey, is not satisfied with fi-! ", .
I could hear of and at last was Germanyith important railway Birmingham, Ala., May 21.-The !I ;;.-;..;:.I.. Aftt....'0.... "DVUTl5'NQ f I can return the eitme at our expense .," :
told to try Chamberlain Pain Balm projects in Asia Minor, would: certainly ETC "..L' TO VR will be refunded.
I Presbyterians of Alabama have inauguratcd B. 1:....".. S.llrillni ,.... IV..,..!.. rl I.. IH.
which I did and was immediately I not be content to adopt a mere passive 'Jt .N.>"......, IirL.l ,..... '........ H.. Iw All orders should hI"" accompanied h..
relieved and in a short time cute Land attitude. a vigorous campaign for the : II 1.J(.rll..l.inv ,....... l-r.l,'. ,IM1TTIK .f ttIGHTYTASSOLD currency. poatoffice money order bank I
I am happy to say it has not i raising of f15o.oflO| for the founding of ; )f ''f press money order. We refer to Fir-t N .
eincereturned.Vhy: not use thin Santa Fe's New Route. I a synodical college In this state as I Bank or any merchant in I'etisucola." <
liniment and gU well. It i is for sale I Shawnee. O. T.. May 22-Th > !tt' agreed; upon at the last meeting of the GKNKUAL FKK.NCH;: SCHKDt'LK
by all druggists and medicine deal '
and grading outfits on the synod. At a rally held in the Firs
ers. Following is the schedule of the S. A.
Santa Fe cutoff from Rlpley on the church this city last night It was resolved j I : '
I north to Pauls Valley on the south are to put an agent in the field; government steamer General.French $

c3 4rlfia now at work all along the line. The I to secure subscriptions. Rev. v..'. E.Icllwalne. ,' which THE NEWS prints for the I SOLE PROPRIETOR, PENSACOLA. Fi *

/a road will be completed by Sept. 1 and of South Carolina! will be benefit of the merchants who ship r

signature II OJ envy biz of the t nnn' will be the main line of the Santa Fe. offered this position. The college is to :i their goods to the various army IiIssi e1'' i' n BOX 4IK. 'I1I..tI'W"t: rat

Laxative Bromo-QuinineT.bien as it shortens the route between the bo fur boys and young met. I IFoley's posts: I taya r.,, r, .r ------
\b rei&cd/ that crnre a cold I* ODe / Leaves Pensacola... ... .. ... .. 7: ml a. m. t.rl handle class of
-- --- i Leave Barrancas. .. ._ .... 7:511. m. every Liquor-
Banry Tamed ibraic. ---- Honey and Tais peculiarly | Leaves Pickens ... .... _. !4IIU.. m.LI'ft'el .I. bulk or bottle, wholesale or retail, at i.n I ,I
*It Is ul't'r," a clergyman: of I Whooping Ci>ujh. .. adapted for asthma, bronichkU i Karruocai .. .._. x:15a. m. I are way down.
q says : and hoarseness W. A. I! Ltavcs Peniacola. .. .. _... .. ...10:15 a. m. i
Work city, "what a liking young A woman who ha had experiencewith I II D'Alemberte,121 B. Palafox street |! Arrives Burrancaa 11:10 a. m. and then AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER. 1
i i makes a trip to Kort McKee and then returns 1
tudeuts hlfor long words and Latin this disease: tell how to pre- -- : 1
I -- | to Ilarrancaa.
quotations and what a tll't.'alillOsSeSSI'itht'ID I vent any dangerous I.eavci Harrantas .. . 1:15 p. mLeaves I
of appearing' conventional I once consequencesfrom Seasonable householdand Fickfns .. . 1.:5 p. m.
it, She !say : Our three coil '1 Leaves Pensacola .. .. .... .. 4iI: p. m. WICKE & CO.
knew a promising candidate who was kitchen .
I dren took whooping cough last utensils at the Leaves Pickcns tl5 p. m. '
given charge! of n funoral in the absence ,1 Arrive* Barrancas bas) p. m. and mate i ,
our baby boy being orly three Willis \ trip to McKee and return.
of the pastor of the church. II 1< I month, old, and owing to ,,ur given Hardware Co.'s.CASTOt'l.XA.. i: On Wednesdays and Saturdays the i i Plumbep Gas and Steam Fitter
knew It was customary for the minister them Chamberlain' Coi'.{h Kerne- boat will leave Barrancas via Pick ,
to announce after the sermon that J dy, they lost none of their plump- i ens for Pensacola at 6:30 p. m. I II
those who wished should step up to 1 ness and came out in much better S..nll. Ike Kind Yea HM Allays Bosglr
I Ifht' General French is i for !' No. i South
| health than other children who army Palafox Street
view the remains but he thought this did Bgnat! re
I / purposes only and any outsider mu-t :;, All Kind oi: PJnmbing and Gas '
was too hackneyed a phrase, and 1 lie not use this remedy. Our oldest little f Fitting MatriBls Kr n" w*
girl would # have a pass from th'e quartermaster '< .. .,
aid Instead, 'The congregation! will I I between call lustily for cruet ----- o take passage o i her t.F.PRONE trlA A .
whoop-Jest: :
around the bitr.: New York
now pass
I PISKEH.LL, Springville Ala We will launder your spreads for
Tribune. This remedy i i" for sale by all druggists IS cents each and make them loo STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE
1 and medicine dealer like uw star Laundry. .A. :M.Av
NO I.IN,N IIf lilliI'. I ery'SUtTKSSOK

I have sold Chamberlain' Colic The finest line of I Between Pen..aola and Miliori-II >ai
umbrellas in the
Cholera years: and and would DiarrhuM rather Remedy be out for of city them.H at J. I. Stephens', Go lookat ;Tne Happy Home is the \\ Kurm daily Kxcept hiuidaT. I TO AVERY t w
coffee and sugar than it. I old fire well "CITY OF TAMPA."
bottles of it yesterday to thre! "her,; furnished home. Marston JOB3ER OF
that could co no farther: and they u.NOV cATrtAt nc woe Lv Milton ._..1:::>) Bin Lvr>cc>acolsI:8,pui I
are at work a>:ain this morninsr 5' Qttina can supply you Atl'l'n'-acola\I.lam: Ar Milton 5."vpmFare HARDWARE.
H. R. PiiELrs. Plymouth roe; Hound trip,tlo. i
OkhhO-1 with all needed in the way 1I 1I-
ma. As will be seen by I
the thresher were able; to keep on of house furnishings at the
In PICNIC ; Iron, Nail, Axes Shnslh, ra" M .! : ,d( -r boat
with their work without! \ ..
loving I.
a iOr. owest prices cash credit.AGENTS
or r'uppliesCoakiolandHeatla.
BASKET ; t-.v.-. 1'Nif. day's time. You should ,
single bottle of this r'mt'th"ln"our home.keepR I IFor i jtnuint stamped C. C C. Never sod: !In bulk -- - --- .. Window Glass, Guns, Pistols anJ F p.r.rkle..
Beware of the dealer: mho tries te sell DANCE >
cine sale all druggists and meIa'i| "jomethirii lust as good." WANTED.LIFE Agate and Tinware and Houeel'urnisliing (loos!.

'. --- .. ..- I I __ __ ._ __ BY THELnclios' 1
4D I __ Revere Giant Stitched l-lfinp, Northampton Emery
j 1.\[ C, V. ThoinpMin-M :Xo. 11 South and only aociatr book endorsed tditors of ty Christian Talmage Htralcl.taunt LOCOMOTIVE i I Wheel Co., Liftin & Rand Powder Co., Johnson's Kif-
somine. Iron
King and Buck Storf and
nt signature If on every box: ci .t.u g(nnir.rUxative :i Pa I*fox. Enormous profits torajvr.tswboacKiuickly. ,
ENGINEERS Coups & Co.'a Raw Hide Lact
Leather, Maeary'Made
Bromo-QuinineTabieu i Besides the standard line of :;tationHY Outfit tfn cect?. Write immediately Railroad Color -
UM rvued/ that cure* a cold In ODe day. we have in tints, with envelopes CLARK i C) 222 S. 4th St., Philadelphia At ':
i to match : Pa. Mention this pacer. *:::'OIllm'ThesetinyCpsules I Masonic
You will have pride in you own ', RwaIl'n"'ttl Band I.I I: Temple @ Pensacola. Fla

flower gardens if tht"are on your H rd's Holland i.n1. Magnolia Bluff, ....,
own ground. Your husband can buy Ladies'Art :Stationery. CH'CHSTUt.S ENGLISH
a home, and he can do it now. although i Foreign: Mail, Etc. TUESDAY, MAY 27, 1902. NYRQIAl CURE YOURSELF'!
he may think otherwise. Artist Material": I JjN r'
Office rnetaGf
rery! woman wants: a home of herown plie*. Memoranaara Book' Etc.Sap- ; CSUpcriorlto Trains at 9:30 a. m. gad: 8:30 p. m. NA) E.Ve/au s.1'O.I.,4.6ea.l..s_-.--J l' : dSxhupea. lulu
and If she will have a talk with AU and [ Balsam of Copaiba, .4 lot CHICil.TEJt'.' :.(. imf.**. or
new .
bright.R'Lbberlw of aconI U
Thus. C. Watson & Co., the C:bebs ad Injections 8.I TICKETS Transportation c """ 25 CENTS 2X --Vfi- A'.'."KfcM'...."."..a.1 V T I4.L*Brute...(ker.(Mia H.r.a A&j Puakul* mad!: i.
z hey lire in 48 horns tLe r) -* V I1...r.e.. ..-.b.liatl..d., i-u ), gentorpolwoutu.
Real Estate Agents, they ll
leading */ f r UnyNt M h.
| W aggbu.
Ibf I I sow br Dr
.. .
llllYie.y I A cumber of handsome prize will ..
e J? **
at iisr "" "* I'setlr..n. Tc tm i
\ it is awe r.e without i "
c cau show her how easy to get any iattmtoiottMir 't" 1 ".H".I r'.I.atl. ..._ or.bat inpWa.nit'
f t the Willis ,.. l C.. ( nsL'GGlSTt: awarded, a Hit j of which will be. .an !II\ III 0... r a............ "">' / L r--
one I Hardware Co.'s. I ...,... W Jrlbcitln.
I .. | printed later. yert 111.aot.r t a
,' .. inuotiL ..
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Pills As to Electing' New Bishops-Tha War. ,
TuU's I One Person : Executive Committees of the Three .
Claim Matter.
I Districts Still In Session. Tetter AcneBelong
Dallas. Tex., May 22.-BIshop Hen- TellsItnother RheuDl and
ilkcsbarre., Pa.. May 22.-Th* executive ,
drlx presided at tQday's se,88lo& of the

stimulate'LcKthen the the TORPID digestive LIVER organs,, general conferewe of t;. Methodist I i I i committee of the three anthracite to that class of inflammatory and disfiguring skin eruptions that

regulate the buwels, and are untqualt church south. The conf.renc e reconsidered ,i ABOUT KODOL DYSPEPSIA. CURE. districts of the United Mine Workers cause more genuine bodily discomfort and worry than all other known

:J as adATIBILIOUS the vote of yesterday that in J I resumed their joint stssions this diseases. The impurities or sediments which collect in the system because

MEDICINE lecting two new bIshops only one be 'nit'. Why lit Sale Ii tncrttilot as Rap.i : morning for the purpose of considering .of poor digestion, inactive Kidneys and other organs of elimination are

voted for at a time and voted that i i i tdly-Soth *gust b. Somttbla any further business that may be taken up by the blood, saturating the system with acid poisons and fluid

in malarial districts their virtues are presented. that ooze out through the glands and of the skin, producing an indescribable -
rtcogniztJ, as they Instead two be voted for on each ballot ti Merit Alter All. pores
Uily properties In freeing the I ,I I Neither President Mitchell nor the itching and burning, and lean cheerfully endorser our S.S.8.

'stem f rum that poison. Elegantly The conference refused to adopt a Fair minded people always admit It ; committeemen would say what mat the yellow, watery discharge forms a* a cure for Eczema. I WM troubled ,
i when find article of It : into crusts and little brown with It for 25 years and tried many
;jgarcQatc4. they an merit. sores or
& resolution to adjourn finally on Mon ters would be taken up but as the call remedies with rood effects, but after tl
it has done them good they want it to and white scabs h drop off,leavingthe no '
Tdkc NO day next at noon. The special committee ; for the proposed special national con using a few bottles of S. 8. S.was entire.
help others too. Thousands bear tender and raThe effect
skin ly: relieved. Wm. Campbell
vention has
not been it is
on revision of the war claim con witness to the wonderful curative yet of the poison cause the skin to 313 W. Central St., Wichita, Kafl2 If
CLACiYV0.1K: OF WINDSTORM. ference paper adopted yesterday's report ; qualities Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It believed by thoae around strike headQuarters may .
and it the eruptions ;
I crack bleed, or give a scaly, fishy appearance; again may
that this will be the
is the which princi-
and the report was read. The only preparation pos- .
hard red
consist of innumerable blackheads and pimples or bumps uport ;
K''el; :t 8lrli1inaham-Several paper as revised was adopted without Jltively and completely digesta; any pal thing that will engage the attention .
blood is the for these vicious skin
gj, good food eat. No one disputes -I the face. Purification of the only remedy .
you may of the' meeting. President Mitch
discussion. I Injured. I and hide for time the glaring
the fact that some other digest- diseases. Washes powders can only a
.' :22. A vlor. I Nine members of the ell would Impart no Information beforehe
i .AIa. May publishing ants partially accomplish this result. : blemishes. S. S. S. eradicates all poisonous accumu :

.' :.; tcr.iv.i0il! by a heavy committee of 19 who signed the original [ Pepsin: for instance, is found in the entered the meeting. He confirmedthe lations, antidotes the U r i c and other acids, and .

,: ui ir and hail! paaseJ over minority report on the war claim healthy stomach. When it is lacking, Associated Press aispatch that the restores the blood to its wonted purity;and stimulates .

1 ir.!: .<1''. jestriday afternoon presented a paper asking that they the patient takes pepsin and it helps Michigan bituminous district had con- and revitalizes the sluggish organs, and the impurities f

.' -,' dl-i: )>' (iaaiine and caus- be permitted to state on the conference him. But pepsin digests only album- sented to talk on the proposition of pass off through the natural channels and

.. .1 )f or.t- bo} the serious ; records that they exonerate Dr. inous foods, like meat and egps. May calling out the engineer firemen and relieve the skin. S. S. S. is the only guaranteed purely vegetable blood
plenty of and lack
pepsin a
1.t"r: and the slight injuiy Collins Denny from any intimations in of the other digestants. Then It pumpmen unless they are given an purifier. It contains no Arsenic, Potash or other harmful mineral. :f:

f I said report that his course had in any does no good. That's the trouble with : sight-hour day at the present wages, Write us about your case and our physicians will advise without charge ..

way been improper in connection with the other preparations. They don't except to say that he expects the mine We have a handsomely illustrated book on skin diseases, which will be sent t

.I.t'm. aged 12 > eara. 1 1I,i proiurin the war laim appropria. contain all the di estants. Rodol owners to comply with the demands of I tree to all who wish it. TilE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta GSM ..',

Dyspepsia Cure contains them all. It the union. .
!I tion fromongres. The report of the -- -

i 't is. ground Keeper at committee on unification was read. It digests any good food you want. Youdon't Inquiry at the office of the big coal 'DR. MOFP'I'T'S Cares Cholera-Infant a 2,"

", .b:: about the heud. expressed sentiments of good; will between fulness have to diet. The feeling of companies here today failed to elicit Diarrhoea,Dystntery,and
| after eating is immediately definite information as to how the the Bowel troubles ol
M Uiudge was done at. the northern and southern relieved by Kodfil Dyspepsia Cure.
operators will m*>ft the latest demandsof Children of Any Ag.
I "b.'n'!i an entile sfction j 'octhoditl1U'h's.. provided for a ( us>; !' and it cave me r .h.t lit once. I can the miners. At the offices of one of 'I Aids Digestion, (egulatcj
u.'l was blown away. A joint! hymnal and recommenced a plan hUhlj recommend It." E. D. \\\iltlambon the BOM els, Strengthens

I :i wore stacking on the :,: for the unification of Methodists in Orroeordo, N. C. the largest rompanifs In the field it the Child and MakesTEETHING
"I bail dyspcptla In iti worst form and felt I 1'( Costs 25 cents at Druggists
was sa'd no definite (plan had yet teen j ,
hark of the
f'nce EASY.
just Japan.
!t. ,,,, miserable m')-\of the time until I nstd Kodol !:I.' )
i:. o>-oige S anton was Dyspepsiauure. uhldi has completely cured derided upon because it was not positively I. : '/ Or mail 25 cent to C. d. MOFFETT. M. 0.. ST. LOUIS MO.

a ., w.c-ckage and crushed to': 'I h..lr1101... 'fhuulhl. IDa. Mr!!.W. W. 8&ylorlHlllardPa. ;I known until last eight wiat 'LOUElCE, 8. c., So\.K lilf1.-1: was ft..u his.d by our family physician In Cbarlnton to U,,! TEETH1XA
nth our baby*hen' Le..u but a rrf joang infint as a preT nt.Te of colic and to warm and vKtcn tbeitomacb.rCCTMING.POWDERSn .
: :.1) fastened ; Il-Mik-' .vonuv; uarrii-d eouHr Kodol Dyspepsia Cure a'-tion the uiiou vioulfl *akt? and the Uu It..a.u.eful lln tfrthins troublrs and iu elect bas been toni w be so wy beneficial and.of fee from danger .
that are consequent upon the u.e of druiti and soothing limps that we hare come to r>-z ardC.after use a ih tbret
i j.\v< vs ot tirahi, but his I 'l'i to 10,' tvtu couls with but a Cures all Stomach Troubles i I roTipary wants rltnlime to think tLe :hldren,al one of the necoostti.s wben there is anew taby in the ht>ue and u.llithe teething troubles are over.an4we
take recommending u toour free 1< in.b 1 of the born tnff that,o people u-e to keep UU
pleasure many
I thought. mattrr over. Tl.f qer-'Tdl impression m
: : flit fatal. The other boysi single Prepared only by E.0.DEWITT& Co.,Chicago baby quiet. H.U WELL H. A YtI .iMauajet Uaily Times and Wetlciy. 1'lInes-Me5kOler.: )
t i .Lit injury. I NyeYtslie thinks he3 the only The St. bottle contains 2' times tbeSOc. SISO.DeWITT'S pre\a'-:!.- that most of the companies _- -4BOYS

: thing oa earth, and bile agrees; withI will refuse the and there is Do you wish to make a little extra ,

I I him.-Philadelphia Record.POLITICAL witch Hazel SALVE I much speculation: a* to the next move and GIRLS I money liming spare moments? 11 -
Wan's Others to Know. so. you can readily do so, by ell-
i : tvused DeWitt's Little A certain cure for piles and skin diseases' of the mii.e oScers. Some of the Ins our "Blueine." 40 per cut, commUion on all sales. An indispensable article for '
smaller it U known. have I household US!!. avery l..>.lyU delighted flea they see it. One sheet makes tbe tlDeUBluewat.r
I- ;v' Ki-t-r:: for constipation aid I companies brsome
t' I you ever used In tnewa-u. Write today before your territory U taken
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: i' i ..ivtrind they are all right. I ; -- been training their men to be firemen I one elstt. and we will 8 I
.t!. :1! hi t-i ind.rse tLem for I think WILL KAISER VISIT AMERICA ,!, and pumpmen and in some collieries I I slon.When you lonotdelaybutwrlteatoace have sold: tlillw. return us !SOc.' retaining the balance. 4Ur., as yeur commil.I ;

'of: :. wt- find a good thing we ought --- they have already displaced that class -\ddret'. GLKNNMANUKACIL'UIXO CO. Dept. C IS Box 01. l'hlIa. Pa

I., .": 'It.r! know it." writes Alfred \ ANNOUNCEMENTS !!1 This Is a Question That Is Being Freely I of workmen. It is rumored that non. . -- --- - -- 4 -
If.! :: l", iumcy., Ill. They never
Discussed In Berlin. I union men will be Imported to take the I II
;'"- ..r distress. !'i11E', safe pills. TIME TABLE.
:::1 .. !: New York :22. Is the kaIser I II I of tha firemen and
- - - - --- -- --- May places engineers,
HIniurinacv: Jonn neppara: ,
-.1-i-yKalm. 'I For State Senator. i paving! the way for a personal and., pumpmen. LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROA.D.l .

--- The friends of Hon. W. A. Blount !! official visit to the United States? I I II EFFECT DECEMBER 1. 11101 .

Haw Ale Your Kia..). hereby announce him a- a candidatefor I I That is the query one hears: on all Ii j A REVELATION. -

Pif. 'i-., ,; arwusP,1ieirealIki4neytIq! S al\1o I State Senator from this, the Sec1ond I I sides cables tbe Berlin correspondentof ', If you will make inquiry it willi New Orleans and Mobile.
9 >. h AiU Sler.ic : UemoJtCoCOlCi > 1' and .
Senatorial District
respectfully The Herald. It is understood the i I be a" revelation to you how many I '
ask the support of all Democrats I bladder Xo.6. M... : S"0.2. I .No.3. I No.!. .No.II.
CAST-OnXA. \ for Jim at the comin primary.For [I prospects of a journay to the United i I succumb to kidney form or 1:15 a 12:15 m llt4 p. Leave__. PenncolaArrln I 6-( ) I I 4:1) p I 11:00 p
? I States discussed the kal. troubles in one or another. M:;)&') a 2:7 p I IO! a LeavoJ..... Jo1omalon..... Leave I 2:15": !:$) p 7: p
6 ,-"-* fta K.r.d GJ Ha.e A'aa/s: B,'g'e i were during | If the patient is not beyond medical l1O( ) a 4::'! p 25 a L..ave. ..... Mobile ... ._ L,-ave I U:1n'tT: t 12:16 11 6\10 p
S >' D.I-- Representative. ]1 aer's recent trip on board the Kron aid. Foley's Kidney Cure will: .......".._ ": lp : 11 a Leave _.Newtrl' ans. Leave ,! sa p I TC iv i "_

I The friends of ricott M. Loftin take : Prinz Wllhelra to the North sea. It cure. It never dharpointV.! A. North.No .

... wI'I I i thh means of announcing him a* a 1 has always been one of his earnest t i D'Alemberte, 121 H. Palafox street.

-- -- I| candidate for Representative in the 1: wishes expressed in private converse 2. No. .. No. I I No. 8.hl'u .

LesNlature from Escambia county. 1 tion and to the members of the American Wanted Crude Eggs.I pm j UI p m Leave.-.. Pen.acola..Arrlve i 4llOpm I IIOO..m ..
-- d:15am .. _Leave .
: and they desire the of all 8'jpll Arrtve. tlontgomery I 1I:1\am \1:85pm .
upport i embassy here that he nilgtt someday j "Bring me crude eggs, shreddedi 11:5\1 am IIO'Ipm ArrlYe_. Birmingham _Lave tIalm: I ':u6pm
PUBLICITY( FOR Democrats in the comin? primary.For I wheat biscuits and, glass of 115 p m 3:10 a m I Arrive..NahviIie ._.Leave .... ..... _.. ..
be able to visit the United States. i a milk
!::it) a m 1jIJ: I w I Arrive _. Louisville ._,Leave I 0:15 p m 24.ain:
Representative.The The German government will propose said the man on the Boston Loat.I 1:'O I m 11:5.1 a In Arflve..Clnclnnatl.LeaV8 I 1I'tl' p m 11:15 p m
t THE PEOPLE. "Yes sah the "What 7: lam l'r lpm Arrive .... ..St. LouIs .......Leave i 4:15pm M:55 p mPENSACOLA
: friends of Henry C. Clopton it believed, a renewal of the I replied waiter. .........
\. __ announce him as a candidate for i favored" national treaty with the UnitI kind of algs was them. Bah?" AND RIVER JUNCTION.

'-'crWoro1 Costs Von a Ceat, o representative in the Lfgi-Uture i ed States outbreak of "Crude eggs."
to an
I prevent No. 21-Daily So. 3-Dally No stop where time not ..bown0.: 2-DaUY
(! andK\ery; : Word is Head from Escambii county, and request I tariff hostilities such as the agrarians "Yes, sab; yes, sah." repeated the I,-No.Dally--

\|\ By EterjboJy.MI the support of all democrats in the man, walking away with a perplexed] IIM: pm 7:0) "m ILfave ...._ l'l'nsacoll6.Arrlve 10:50 pm 1\:11' p m
comhi democratic are clamoring for. I l:IIS night 7:1:1" ......... flohema_ I 10:37" 1\:011 ..
.","' - -..;.:......._ -=--. ? primary. : expression. Shortly he returned. "WeI t 12)1 h 1:11" ...... Ynlenra ......... I 10:34" I 8:01"
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I ain't pot them aigs. sail, but we's got I IJ": : 1:1'1" ........Escanibia. .._ I 10:82" I 11:51 ..
)MV 1'0 For Representative.The I Miss Holman Weds Eugene Borosa.I I I..v: ., 72.i ....- ._. Uolat _....... i ioat &:... t.I
LLN1) u
'em boiled fried, poached an' scrambled .. ....._ ..... ..... "
I 12:311" 'I"
..... .. friend* of J. T. :Fillingim, of London May 22.-Miss Josephine I 7: Harp I lO: I" 61'
--- -- -- -- very nice, sah." I 12:1) 7: i" ......".6"tlity..._ I 1:15": 6: ..
\ \ '\ l i >\:'\'-On household Jurni1 HlufI sprinannounce; him as;: a Holman formerly of Indianapolis, I' I l2:5': 7N": .....-..... MIlton... ...-. i 10:1; 1IlJ"! :
.' "- oows and all kind of per- candidate for the lepi-lature i subject Ind., who at one time was engaged to "Xo. no. protested the Doston man. I l:*! am..... .. .....Good Range __. I ...... 4:50. ,J,
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-I S Terms easy Htnctest the democratic of 1 "I want them crude, raw." I lM: 8:1: ........-._ Holts .... ...... I 11:115" fS3"
.. to primaries j Signer Marconi of wireless ......... .__ .' I II
i ,1. Apply to A. A. fisher, marry I 2::'I" t 5:5) \llIlIlan I 1110"; .'U" iJl
i .t' ii street. I! July 15, and a-k for him the sup fame, and Eugene Borosa, "Ob gasped the waiter "you wants I !:5 s.. 8Ij": ------.Crestv&ew....._ I 11:18" ,:<10"
__ i telegraphy 'em ?" I' ...... __ '
--- I port of all democrats. raw I BOI 8.51" Deer Land I :55" 8U.' ..
i xnoa: improved real es- of Budapest, Hungary, were married i "Certainly." I III"! IIIJ" ..._. Mossy head .._ J 81" 8.1" ; ;
MN I '.. > f small amounts at low I j I ':03" 1I\j" ..DemunhakbtprlngL. I II Ii" 2e* iJ
.: -. t all: ou Leslie t;. K root 5. For Representative. I at 13:30 p. m. today at Mary Ab1 |I Having brought them the waiter I ':1'1" II:" ........... Argyle .._ I 1:.. !:81"
*' ; ..w 4L2 Palafox Mt., Kiiher The friends of Chas. \1. Coston an- botte church, Kensington tUs city. 1 looked! on curiously while the mun I 4:") 1I; j' ....Ponce de Leon- I 7oi" %:11" (1 I II
.' : ,' :Swim I :)) 10:1') .. ..Wntvllle I 1:17" 1'53" 1
-- ,, nounce him a:; a candidate for representative ] The ceremony was performed in the : broke the yolks of the eggs over the I 6t1'i" I'J:15'' .". .._ l'aryvHle..__ I 7:12" 1::4\1 I
in the legislature from I presence of half a dozen friends and shredded biscuit and stirred the whites I 3.1" 1,1:: l' .._.._.lonifay'S 8.a 'I I 1.1 "
'I'1 1 1". : \> -Do you need money cambia county and they ask the ,I I II:'.) IO:4r.. 'I ......... lhlpley: .. ._. I 11:37" i t::.4 "
.. hraw... any amount you want i ii I the bride's mother. up In the milk "bat's one of dem I 8Ji 111'' ... ..Cottondale...._ I 8:1'1.. l2t: : noon
: > i -.t- ti-rms aaJ lowest rates support of all democrats in the coming I ..
7:0)' 11:25 II ._ I
I ----------1arianna II
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.' ', food cranks, reported the waiter to 12:11
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.fti icon '
', >. mproved city real : primary. I 71" 11:4-i "- ... C3pres ... .... I 54 1\45
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'-t ... '!. ;\ '1\, i bter, :2U4U South Pala- > War Veteran Dies Aged 104. the next table.-New York Press. I 7:41) II:52 ......Grand Rldge.. I 5't .. 1I'2"

t. ln-tt. For County Treasurer. I J.arpdo. Tex., May 22.-Juan Rodriguez I 1:51 l2II5 noon .. ...-..... sneads ... ._ fii" I ..
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8:15" ItIS"rrl"IRlvtorJnuctlon _LeIVl' 5:1\1" ijo "
It \tn, '.> \M in KOKKOW' MOSEY 1 announce myself a candidate for lu-t years old, is dead. He was TRAVELING IS DANGEROUS. I ___ ___ ___0i ,
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1 Tua-i ::.- Ir.your property, pro- renomiiiation for the portion of ---
.. .. i a veteran in Hidalgos revolution in
.. Constant motion
': & -: .ft.'i-. jars the
buy or sell real
esT of E-canibii Buy a new garden hose
treasurer county -;
county tGOLAY@
:- : which overthrew the Spanish '
it 1823 i
|-p-'ty a!.y d-scripuou, have
::.- '- .....<;:. i ii- \our taxes attendbd ta, subject to the action of the demo I which are kept in place in the body
rule in Mexico and established tho I from the Willis
:i.. i. or *.11. .. fii.,,. delicate Hardware
Watbon Co. : cratic primary. I by attachments. This is Grist and Corn Meal pills
''-* r -.i. a.1 I' of Mexico. Four
-Durance Fensai | republic years ago
;... > ..*, i :..A. ..-, m"d"rste agentt.To J. W. FRATER. the reason: that travelers trainmen, Company. !
h..v. I lu: :r .nl a, w* will lend everyone money I he wandered to Laredo and was taken 'street car men, teamsters and all ..'
',' :'ucii: to h :..1 a houj''. d- i I For Tax Assessor. ; charge of by the Patriotic Society de who drive very much suffer from 11. F. GOflZflLEZ CO., Prop I,

f'O.lI"H' j I hereby: announce myself as a Obreos. He will be buried with hon kidney disease in some form. Fo Manaiactcrerg

Itt I. I candidate for re-election as Tax A- I ors. ley's Kidney Cure strengthens the CHOICE MBAL D PUUEGUOC !
-'-' --w-w---ww I kidneys and cures all forms of kid- CHOICEST'I
se ;;or for Escambia county, subject
': j \\ .1 :j --lv l turil.5 at1 I and bladder disease. Oeo. STOCK "E" D. I 1
( ) ,I..." .,. room to the action of the democratic pri.maryJulyl5. ; ney Fif -
l'ii'r..j -u-Ht_ nUll I I Hauan, locomotive engineer Lima. Patronize Home Industry for there It .
I A WEAK STOMACH 0., writes, -Constant vibration ef every reason you should buy your Meal and
'I vi.i: W. W. RICHARDS. Stock feed from the Home Manufacturer
111i.i- \\ ,
AMriix' >. I the engine caused me deal if
=. a great for by so doing you encourage home Indus FRUITS ANDCONFECTIONERY(
\" \ \ I I I"1 tn 1"IUD buhfor: trad* : For Tax Collector. i When the stomach is weak of trouble with my kidneys and I try. Your money Is left in tbe commncltj
\ II relief until I used andyon In turn are Indirectly beneflted.Ic .
""'laiiiv weeks food remains undigested, got no Foley's
only eight your
I hereby announce myself as a : fostering the home manufacturer
i I. -r.-t'-i t\.,nrai'i.-H,! expert instruc-. I: caudidate for re-election as Tax Col- and you fail to receive the prop. Kidney Cure." W. A. D'Alemberte, contribute to the cause of labor. Yon owe yon -AT-

"\11.- j-lSpr.-.uteI.wageIsatnr aI1t.-I. I Escambia i er nourishment from it. Try a 121 S. Palafox street. It to community in which you live and .
pouinni guarann.'ijwH lector for county subjectto
which contributes to vour support.
Muiled free. Moler Karb r |! the action of the democratic primary doe of HOSTEITEK'S STOMACH : APOSTLE'S
-.-- \ IIr.m.; L:'. n3tT i July 15. ., BITTERS after each meal. It ,I I VaUama from the Northern Wood t'
will aid the stomach in its workof ire u rjny-EaL'am.: the certain euro for couJia.
AUIIH; -UIlIt'cl. I A. H. D'ALEMBERTE. digestion and prevent DYSPEPSIA ---- ----- Pocket cutlery and scis- U( East Comment St.,
\ \ x-u. :- V--;io.l Holicitor! ; will pay I For Tax Collector. CO'STII'ATIORIL: : Do you want a magnificent watch sors from the finest to the Formerly Cordova Restaurant Stand
I and NERVOUSNESS.Try for little money? If so, call on
'nmin to right oaf. Ad. IOUSNESS,
.1 .,- friends of Henry Bellinger announce -. at the Willis
The cheapest
i.i.i ulllc!!. m \tJ I Stephens, the jeweler He will accommodate One car-load of Pineapples at 11.75
II I I him as a candidate for Tax it.HOSTETTER'S ;
you. Hardware Co. to 2.00 dozen.
per I
'VIilt.d. I I Collector of Escambia county, subject | ;:,

democratic to beheld .. _. ,..
______ I to the primary -- -- --.- -- :
\\' .\ \ U Irk by J.. erxln? lady Tilthnil I July 15, lfx)2) and request the I STOMACH! BITTERS. -- ----- :

i.-'- "-i\I-'iiUr;.IU;{. ..n 81'.1, II support of all Democrat | '

', -I---:. .---- al\ltf-- For County Commissioner.Brewton of ,I J.F' E. Brawner's One-Pi ice Cash House :

\\ *Bottl-t:N'f-;-\ll Ii. A.kiadi-I"IUEDIAlf."--- -o'-- -empty- DOT9H--beer || district candidate The friends No.for 5 of re-election announce J. W. from him as said aj I I A. Wade & Son,

Foil J AI .Ii. ,: district subject to the action of the j! ESTATE

]F', : l la e--most desirable loti inv I primaries July 15. I fc< REAL t* .CUT PRICES IN TWO !1.

:.:-.". .I A v.
ll\alm I Mr. Frank Johnson hereby announces I

I himself as a candidate for ]!'I US West Government St. : 10)0 yards Dress Hwisses, worth 6c'i ': 20 dozen Ladies' Lisle Thread I I 50 pieces
l"Ol.'LTHY._ rejection as county commissioner yard, 10 yards for 30 cents. 'I Vests, worth 35 cents, yours for 20 Diaper 10 24-inch Cotton >
yards in a
I I piece worth
- -- from district four, Escambia county, cents. I : '
\1,' r MB BROWN LEGHORNS; subject to the will of the democratic City, Surburban Property and i 1000 yards Dress Dimitys! worthi 85c, for this sale, 60c.

-J. '':" -J"S Willis stock Ihr.t and ware Eggs CO'I.for sale.l111U voters in the coming primaries. He Ii'I i 7,1 cIO yards for 45 cents. 1000 Boy's and Men's collars, 100 dozen Ladies' Fast Black it:
the that he Timbered Lands for Sale. broken sizes to close Fall I
does this for reason :! out at 3 each. beamless Hose
2000 bleached
yards yard wide Do- regular lOc
JI.\.lIt (..OOUIS.'I I the office and thinks he can goods,
of mestic, 10 yards for 15 cents. 200 Ladies' Madras and White this sale, 6ic a pair 4 pair for
be of benefit to the best interests
i: HH" 2-c.
I ,:. '4t:,.aIr l ln BEIRVEMannfactnrerAr t.alr: Good., H&U. Toilet I the whole county. If his friends gents Collected, Prompt Retarns Made I I 2000 yards unbleached Sea Island 45c.Waists, worth 75c and $1 to close at 'I

,.. .'.."' H a.r OU, etc.,82D W. Government I and the people interested agree with 1 yard wide Domestic, 10 yards for 45 100 dozen Men's Seamless Half !

him he will appreciate their sup < cents. 50 Hose, in brown, red and black, for I
Valuable City Property, Improved pairs Curtains, 2,1, yards 6c a pair.
J'ln"c..'" I'or 1'UieraIie. port. j I II long, regular 75c goods, to close at
.'.- ...... ... ..... Unimproved, 2000 yards Embroideries, regular iOC. 25 dozen Men's French 1
For Commissioner.I Dropped-
r I \\-1.: t'OR FUNERALi3: tornlllied County I price 7>a to 8>aC, 10 yards for 45 cents. Stitched Under Shirts, worth 40c

.,P'. .. .-y a bouquet special deilgni hereby announce myself as a for Sale. 25 dozen Large Turkish Bath Tow. close at 25c each. Drawers to ;
V.- '-, *tte Moreno, 83 West Gregory candidate for re-election as county 1000 yards Dress Pique and Ducks, els, worth $2,will close atl 20. to matcn. :
-- 2 dlmuno commissioner from district 2 of Es List with Us your Houses for Rent. worth 10 and 12} c, 10 yards for feo 30 dozen Men's Fancy (Striped !
I 24x33-inch
('UT to the action cents. Bleached Lace Under Shirts 45c each. '
P LUV cambia county, subject Towels Draw. :
-- .. .... I for this sale, at 50c dozen. ers to match. ,
x sx rxj-Lj-LJ-- uJ-uJ-u -' I of the democratic primaries July 15, Satisfaction. I
: We Guarantee ::1:
1000 Dress
Vnf WKKS and no-.I; Eeilgni- yards Cross Bar, worth 35
ta i di1gr. and ask the support of the voters. dozen 2Sx42-inch Towels, regular 2 dozen Ladles' I.
j ordered for customeri. -- --- --- S.l'c, 10 yards for 50 cents. Black and Colored
; :*"* Moreno JOHN WELSH.. - lOc goods for this <-
hOle JSummer II'lS West Gregory. sale, 90c Silk Tafletta Waists, regular prIce
: tgdltnSchool. Commissioner. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. | 25 dozen Ladies1 Bleached Vests, dozen. $3.60 to close at |2 20 each.

) For County with tape in neck, 5 vests for 25 60") yards White Batiste 1'i"
) Lawn This Bale
Law will
The friends of W. A. Shelby cents. positively not run '
DIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA. by announce his candidacy for reelection W. C. ROWE, M. D. I regular 12J quality 10 yards for 85c. for longer than one week. !

K a noanuins.''I. T"i.: By S3d the Bllmmer.' Law Faculty.JUly district as county No. 3 commissionerfrom of Escambia Office: 17K 8. P Ufox. F. E. BRAWNER'S

vt, -matTs; to candidates for the' county, subject to the action of the Houn from !J to 9S'J; a. m. all.c11 to Sp. m QNE-PRICE CASH HOUSE :

OH..v ,r&ct.ttoners'ruction For who catalogue bare lacked,ad- democratic primaries July 15, and and after 7 o'clock. ,
of all
ask for him the hearty support
a. 65. 1o 5 SOUTH
!I'.JB, trtta'1, CliuloUtnWe. fa. democrats. Phono PALAFOXJ STREET '

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I .::.::w::.:!aIJi: : I I II BRAINS AND BEVERAGES. "
ANOTHER IlStroogest t in t 1be'I
bt = 1 1I CITY WILL Famo. Literary: Llh Wfco RevCoflee <<

I S Politics and ATTEMPTED I I Bled !. >ad Tea.
= i Famous literary men have all had
I BUILD WHARF I The 421 Annual Statement for
Catered at tbe Poet once at Fensacola, I their favorite beverages. \1'
fla. tecond-clMi matter. Fading December 3Ut, UH>I ,
BURGLARYThe Tea and coffee! however, bead the n

OFFICE :-Fltfi Building, 311% Booth | -- list, and these two drinks, which the :

falafoi street op-iUlrt. :' t Politicians I Chairman Hays of the harbor and I I,i "elops.famous:' William have been Cobbett tie means denounced of spwj at j|!'THE 1 f (EQUITABLE l[

THE NEWS PUBLISHINC CO. V !n 1 Ib sanitary committee recommended at fruit merchant who holds I i| ring many a drowsy Journalist to renewed 1

I. B. HILBON, Managing Editor j' -r : the city council meeting Wednesday forth at the corner of Chase and energy. I| LIFE[ ASSURANCE[

W. M. BALL BosineBa Manager i Btacd: from GLdtr all yon fellows, I night that the city cause to be removed Tarragona streets was awakened !i,I teurs Voltaire was, the a confirmed king of wits coffee and drinker.litters SOCIETY,

Terms; Invariably in AdvanceOa ,, Get to cover quick from that portion of Pine early this morning by a noise from'' In his old age be often took fifty cups As@ets .. . . t....'. -.
Year by Mall. .. ._...WOOOne Haven't you beard the dire!;) ttio: ,.s? i ii 'I ( o.i. -",
street from Palafox to the slip all the outside of his place. I I a day, which sadly hurt his digestion Reserve and other Liabii-
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ala Montbl" t'.o Get to cover qciCk! (' found !!' and hastened his death. BalZAC never ities .. .. . . ....
He listened time and 1.1 .
Week,by Carrier Payable Monday 10 the rubbish and junk iron, which some : : !
fount 'tlatprise"alaertptioa. drank anything else but coffee! and
'r Attrertittfgfates furnished on Application 11: Get to cover quiCk! has been an eye-sore so long. it was someone trying to force the i i:1 during the early hours of tBe mornIng Surplus (from which Dividends -

TELEPHONE NO. 118.PEHBAOOLA i, U eeekE your total disruption I Ii I I Ii On this portion of Pine street it is shutters of his Rhop. He rose from ', for he began at 12 o'clock midnight, be I are paid . ",! Zl.; .;;
!I drafts of this =
used to take
j (jet to cover quick! ,the intention to build a city wharf his bed, got his revolver and stood !.: stimulating drink.copious 1 Paid to Policyholders in

+ ftvc, : I Ii to be! used small for of killing 19ll..f :(; -;fees
I exclusively by waiting an opportunity Sir James Macintosh was so fond of ;
ufvlON 6 L j Fact boys for the organette says I 1! New Insurance in 19ul. .| ,,.
: launches and sail boats for the landing or maiming the marauder, but in' coffee that he used to assert that the ; ;;
fr so It says the man behind the cur- of mane mind would I Total Insurance in force
S. ; and embarking of passengers. I moving about his store he knocked ajar powers be found a to be proportional to generally thE- Dec. 31, 1901. . ... .1.179.10; .: V:

MAY 23, 1902 I cor-ner ; I The need of such a landing place of gum from the counter and the quantity of that stimulant which bej.I Notwithstanding the greater H::.,L.

has been obviously apparent for thief made off. He had some instrument I drank. Cowper pays a tribute to tea In i vial strength of the Society and :. t
i streets has! opened a Myers campaign I 1 I greater security which its .
up | the "Task" when be says "the cup thatcbl'ers. j p. iilT.
"GOvERNMENbyinjunction"hashit i many months and especially at ,I trying to force it into a j I I holder thereby fnjoy. the RM'K:
that he has but not Inebriates. He was +
got |
beef and will
the be I LOW and
trust, now are GUARANTEES: .
: t i.i i.-
times when crews of warships come small crevice. I
: j i fond of tbe Chinese beverage '
regarded with less antipathy by the a "something" up bis sleeve called j very |i ter than given by other con,; ,:....
;' to the city to make a landing. Such I The owner made the reporter understood : Hut the king of tea drinkers was Samuel -
masses. a'"surprise" ; that when it is sprung [ Johnson. On one occasion Sir Josh- .
-- -- -- wa badly needed when, during last ji j that had the burglar car.
THE payment of the Indian wan'1claim i will fall in your camp and scatter I{ j ua Reynolds reminded the great man | KXOWLES BROS.
i season tourists would be anxious to.., ried the work much further a fa- that be bad drunk eleven cups of tea i I ,
F ought to mean-several things ; "fear 1 and COnHtI nation." Why in j I i
see the beauties of the water front j! neral would have been the outcome. whereupon Johnson retorted: "Sir, I !I II Gf'n..ralsenr*.
F among them a splendid exhibit at \1! thunder don't you run? That's what ld not count your glasses of wine. I
I 'and would in the boats with !J j -
thebt.Loui3expmitionagovernor'smansion 309 K.
j Palafox
f it wants you to do! 1 The night previous a window ofthe ; Why tLen should you number my cups PENSAt "I..
and -a.. well-equipped bureau I great difficulty and danger. I ,: of tea I i -
home of P. Abt 138 East Chase
of immigration. I ': ;
Don't this take : back: to Alderman Hays'recommendation ,
I you your'boyhood's I'I ( street was opened and a pair oft|' The Poliooon Poppy. | Your Money
WHATKVEK fate may be in store happy days? "Better go ,. was adopted without a dissenting j 1 | In Turkey If a man falls asleep in tie :

for Cuba Libre, the fact remainsthat [J-j, ng, boy You fool wid me, I hit vote and when the meeting was con- ; trousers, the property of Fred Wine- l 1 j i neighborhood of a poppy' field and the ; ,

the entire episode, from start to | (' ley, a boarder stolen. The clothes i i wind blows from the field toward him, !j!
lver \Voh boo-hoo! what yet hit eluded every alderman spoken to on | 1 # Back
finish, presents a concrete spectacle'I- I were found yesterday but a bunch he becomes narcotized and would die i if j
me fur? I tech You the subject favored the immediate the
!0 unique that Ito; like has never : never you. country people, who are well ac-

been recorded in the histories" of uab'i 1 ys better make this fellow leave appropriation of a sum to cover the I of keys and change amounting to '1' Quainted with the circumstances! did AVITHOIT .\

H 05, were missing. The fl-h hook !I not bring him to a well or stream and WOIM ir
lions since the world began. :| me 'lone. If ha don't go 'long way ; cost of constrnctijn. '
( to' empty piu-htr after pitcher of water on
and pole method was employed
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POLK county's committee ha= [ from here I'm ;; wine hurt him I1I Lis face and body. | BUFFALOBaking
"I Neter Knew t'am Killer to Fail i i
[ secure the trou"era.I Ii
"topped the pile" in fixing candi- 1 I want fu-:iu' wij him. I was jet '!' i \ I i
before what the ----- ---
1 can matter bej i Method
dates'=esulents. Representative, '': a playm' lick I was goia': to hit Where is the bottle There, I1' Ladien Can Wear !;busy I i iooe ; "I thought you In said Hit you Deceit were going Powder

ilb; at5esor, \Mcollector; F.:;; thought so ; it is not Perry Davis' "
him.| size smaller after uolng1I'n'l Koot- to bring a friuid! home to dinner, said
trea-user, ;a; commissioner and I)I Painkiller at all, but something the 1 Ease a powder to be shaken into the shoes Mrs. SkliniiV to her husband. Does ;
have not Give 1'-
druggist must made himself :
member school board #'!. The aspirants -I I and I did ;,! It makes tight or ne1l' fobo"s reel I'a.y; gtea ; "lie couldn't come, Anna," repliedMr.
And this i is 'experience, ability not notice it ; I have used '1, I
instant relief to corns and bunions. Itostbe
have not yet been heard Painkiller for year for diarrhn-a: ; Skimpy as he sat down with great
'and sterling: worth-profound di- I greatest comfort discovery of the ag!. r
from. ___ {I I cramp and stomach aches ana it Cures and prevents twollrn feet blisters satisfaction to the first good dinner bt
i[ cretiun and discernment'?'' never failed. 'callous and sore spots. Allen's Kout-Ease bhad a chance to attack for a ltlu
RESTKAIXI.\(. orders have been: I --- is a Cl'rt"ln cure for bwtaiin;. hot. aching
fretAt nil druggists and shoe store', i"!.c. time
issued at Chicago and Kansas City ii j I i Ion'( accept any substitute. Trial package!
against the several concerns belonging i The mersbership rolls of the! PRIMARY I' Le t'ItKE N.mall.V. Addre-, Allen S. Umstetl, Foley's Honey and Tar

to the beef trust, forbidding i i Democratic League are still open : No cola tea.

further action on their part in their and all democrats are cordially in- {!'; REGISTRATION I! A Hare Dm(. Marston

efforts advance prices until hearvi, ted to join.Henry I The price of many drugs used In $ Quina carry .

' lugs can be had. August 4 has been i i! medicine U astonishing to those who the largest line matting,
I TEST CASE are not acquainted with tLe subject," ,
fixed as the date for answers to be : BI'l1iler gays if he does remarked rugs, window shade, etc.,
i a druggist: to a Philadelphia
filed by the respondents. The proceedings : not win in !his race for tax collectorit -- I!i Times representative. "There are ser in the cityWe lay our :

until after! will the probably be prolonged won't be because he didn't try, for I The democratic executive committee i j oral that are worth their weight in gold matting free.PynyISitMam Guaranteed Absolutely Pure.
congressional elections I j faliout0 an ouncel. while $::, $3 and
are over. he is ;;oin:; to inaugurate an active : of Volasia county will test before $3; on ounce are quite common pricesI Stop the Tickling, 1 -- -
!i I 11I4 gacUy 1I1J.u lut1 mn' oc In IL**tr, It makes delicious!
campaign and invite every democrat the courts the right of the supervis-1.I in I'hnrmricy. Hut there Is one drug fin bl"I, :
EX-SKNAIOK CALL'S manifesto !?, etc.
i that I recall which is
addressed to Senator Mallory and I in the county to vote for him. or of registration to open the books j thtllltspkht CHII in gold. This worth is pseudo more Plant a spring garden. You can prove tin-!, II

challenging him to joint debate, has I j for primary rtgitra1ion.i | II'lIolotlm1I1e., I don't think that it The Willis Hardware Co. BUFFAiOatriai.

an opera boutle tl.\vor that is irre- !I One could look the county over j! At the meeting of the committee at I has a popular name. It Is too rich for can ,yell you the tools cheap. OSCAh E MA .

fietibly Inirth-pruvuking. And its ,'and not find any better men fur !, DeLand Tuesday a letter from the j, that.n the pharmacists' list it Is !-I1I1t'o A.

burletque clement is distinctly accentuated county commissioners than John G. I quoted! at 51 a grain! or $ t37.:.) anoniwe. BANNER SALVE -
:.state chairman Hon. A. T. Wilr: The seed from which the ,
by its promulgation just i I r, drug the most healing salvo tnt worl
i Welsh, J. Y. Roberts, Frank John
at this time, when all Florida is : liarn, was read whish( directed that grows in India and Itrazil as
re- 1 son, J. W. IJrewton and \V. A. .Shel well ItS In parts of South Africa. This -.
juiciug over the the county committee: should 1
!success Of r'euatorJfallory | re-1{ MX'il
says, wns once used by 1
aud his fellow members I by. They are cjcspetent olliiul- quire that the supervisor send out ; imthe chiefs as an ordeal The or..Il.'olfom'raJy ORANGE MINTIs

from this state in and they should! be Elected with- '
securing the resulted In the
pay- i: or deliver to the committee to be 1 death of the

meat of the Indian war claim thE: ,' out opposition. J I! sent out the original registration man upon whom it wns tried and so It a New DrinkAT

defeat of which, at successive *?s- | wns considered as n treat truth finder. !t

iols. formed the chief feature of I still hear whimpers of other candidates j i book prior to the primary election. i The prepared IruIs/ sometimes used -- -

Call's abnormal senatorial career. I After a full discussion it was decided ; now in prt-Pcriptious! for the treatment j i 11
i to enter the arena for county i,, of heart disease"F'Ir.l i ...ANIERSONMS.; ; ..
I by unanimous vote that 1 )
a such |
AM> now comer, the Citrus count i[ offices' but who they are or for /

executive committee and quietly ac- I! what office* they purpose to run, action would be contrary to the Enicllfth Rook on !Sport. ': -".'- -;,..:;-:.._;,--; ._ : / .....-. '
ctptiug the terms of the state call state statutes, and could not be dune.In i i The first !book on sport ever printed' -
tho :
; e who do the
whispering have
In the English "LA TEST CREATIONS"
for the primary, language was a rhymed
that "on j order to settle the matter, it wa!s ;
I thus far failed to tell Wonder 1 I II treatise called
the 12th 13th and 14th of June the i me. :i' the "Itoke of St. AlI ,. -IoSighGrade -
I| decided to make a test case before !bans Its
tonimittetmaii from each precinct: ; if that recent Wet Hill caucus had I being a woman, Dame IF YOU HAVE TO KXAH
the circuit judge.11'ednesday i Juliana lirrncrs. Its second edition I
will register all voters, who are entitled ; anything to do with these rumor? was Stationery, ; i
]I i ij | the committee | printed by Wynkyn de Worde in 14!st. | A Quick Lunch
to register under the state I I, pre- A descendant 1 vOFHCE 't
I of her family. Lord Ier- {. SUPPLIES ;, !
elt'ctioI11aws, aud in the event that j Jllu-ter never wins a campaign. It ;;isented: to the supervisor of registra- tiers was the translator of rrolssart'aChronicles. I I WHY NOT DO IT HEm:
fC I
Newspapers 2ml
any comuutteeiaau cannot attend to H the cool, conservative, unttinch-1, tiou a young man who has recently) !I ." It Is true that old manuscripts Ptriciicals, Our
service is as rapid a- wi., : : :
eame. he may appoint some existed, such as the "\'t'nt'rie'de I'SE THE ft
personto ing general who always proves vic come of age, and demanded that he >; ; waiter, perfect management "t
rtJ.ister'oters.." This: businesslike 'Twee, of the time of Edward II., Parker modem
"Lucky can make it I iteu I
be ,
registered which was refused ; but it
committee did nut di-coffer as was Dame Juliana! why was the -minute eater can
anything "
irreconcilable or inconsistent; THE POLITICIAN. bein in violation of the state u _law._ u {! real ancestrens of sporting/ literature <- Fountain Pen.BENNETT'S. ; hunger. without imnainii appea--Intiou. ': ... ..
--- j i i In England, for she also -
or difficult in the call of the state !I Demand was also made for the books composed an :
W ON'T .o..OW'IC!-; \I'TEU I I i i essay on hawking and another on ; ,
committee. 1'AYIMi K0|; IT. ,1: to be sent out for the registration i of -Fishing With an Angle," the last beIng l 202 K. "Iafus 9h: 1'f'n" J The 20th Century
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THK In voters which was also refused. of such excellence that Izaak Walton W'-.r V V' V '". V- "'V' "'" : ne taurant-
county committee of Brevard a recent article a prominent i iMotherh =<|e
County at its physician says, "It is next to impossible --- himself did not disdain to take a
recent meeting de- serves a variety of excellent I.'l l
Mother Lint from its I
for the : Mothers! pages j
; to carry out prescribed How' many children are at tbls II
any season f- "RY I hasty eating.
for the purpose of selecting caudi i' of veriehaad COOHll'aled1I'llb bad I GEORGE
course hygiene or diet to the and bfKdHi-tie. btomach iI "E.tlnif Crow." | t' I Our Sandwiches and DairHI-' e-
MotberUrny'8 .
dates for the democratic party, smallest extent ; he has but one resort iereturchldrenwnllatwayscure., Mwert If worms Pon I The term "..nUu:; CfO"omll from' ,... i are really delightful.

whose names must go on the general left, namely the drug treat '''are present they will certainly remote an ante Hl''nlutIWrJoton. A soldier J' Phone
tiifm. :I.
At all
drupgibttt. 20
ment.Vheu els. )
medicines :
Samples :
ticket iu the regular election and i for, chronic are u-td j i mulled UU.},;. AUdrtts Allen S, Olmsted.! of an English r(i:1l11eut stationed !

I there can be no doubt that the state mild and gentle constipation obtainable the such most as : LfKoy.N. V.SUNDAY.... __ i in Viralnia hot n pet crow !belonging Pearl & Blumer

executive Chamberlain's j! to a farmer. The latter entered I 216 H. Palafox
committee ha a perfect I Stomach and Liver n fit.
right to declare the qualifications of' T'abletashould be employed. Their BAY EXCURSIOtt complaint with the colonel, who Fen -
ue is not followed by tenced, the soldier to eat the
constipationas TOW.
those who may take part and vote in they leave the bowels in a natural The I,I The farmer was left alone with Nor

this election. The statutes plainly and healthy condition. For ale .I ,surf bathers steamer and Enterprise will carry :, soldier to bee that he did it. After the \\ !I. Your lime

*et forth the qualifications of elec-1 by all druggists:! and medicine deal- .the life pleasure seekers to .., the solder! : had consumed a portion of

tune, but do not provide for the COII- i ers. -- savins fetation. Sunday, ; the bird be took his ':f "
--- i ;:nit, presented: it
leaving Palafox: wharf at 2\41:\ i
duct of u political party campaign i p. m. I at the farmer and told him to tat tin WiJIA vT
i In our opinion the state executive BEEN DISCHARGED Visitor? from interior points will I remainder of the crow or he would t 1 I

t committee has the same power to ;, I', find this-a- delightful-- outing.- -- 23oi2t; +j I shoot him. This was the origin! of the .1 GOOEi ij W fH E 1It

i The steamship Hornby Castle eating crow story.Cnr.r .
declare who shall vote in the prima yesterday What Thin "01 kit seed i I,

ry election as they would have to finished discharging her imported Is a greater power of digesting and :'
declare who were delegates to a cargo of steel rail and assimilating food. For them Dr. Ity oflh..a... t R1SJ ,'h .-
nominating convention." soon ,1 King's New Life Pills work wonders i The University of Athens I* very old I ''Vs.: ;.
The !
com- afterward begin to take on timber. j They tone and regulate the digestive It Is conducted on the German plan! I '
jnittee Made asses-meats aol follows : j or, !, Most of the Ladl'- .\l 'Itlf'-. K I.: mteMfort
.\ partial cargo will be loaded i i iu! gently expel all poisons from professors are graduates of
Representative, assessor, treasurer the system enrich the blood improve German unherbllies. and the (German: It's Mistake *--. yTr'uUr lij.Wtw 1
and game warden, 110: ; commissionft i ;, here then the steamer will !go to';' appetite make healthy rlfsh. language In heard about the building'; '' !'.- I if., tlssl

|5; member school board #3. I Ualveston I an fill out with cotton Only :'.')c. at W. A. D'Aleuiberte's. more frequently than any other except I Lao i'-'
121 youth Palafox street. fi -seen'*, guaranteed
for Hrem I), I : I II Greek. The institution has a large' fop .. .
Hulls t'5b a 'tl/llff".lIIft/l. 1 |''THK I SANTA: ItrSA---- amount of property, and several of the; First-Class Western Beef Is / :'" .irr' ;;ular fij.fl: )
I f'rat.e: '- ..T'i
"At the end of the l"amp'\iin.1 .ley's SURE' UATHIM; chairs! have been hardsumely endowed 1 fl
Honey and Tar contain* Fa1'1ItLiSNHFL\I I Not 25 Cents a Pound. !i
by private individuals.
writes Champ Clark Missouri's j 19U2
:nw opiates! and can safely be eiven I' i I CJ1ulI.IJla'ld.rant for
brilliant "from Bathing in the ---
congressman, overwork warm :ulf waters is j four
to children. W. I years, going .SK1"'
nervous tension, loof sleep i A. D'AIE-mberte, I Iconceeded I to bi the finest in the I Look at our Prices : i

and constant speaking I had about I '121 S. Palafox street world. Everything for pleasure with I;! City Taxes La?tyear. Now :,lh. ft...

utterly collap+ed. It seemed that all safety. Good board and lodging, by I' Extra Loin, . . loc to ISc 5>( 'V
the organs in my body were out of )I The finest line of sterling silver ;< the day or week. Luncheon prompt. ; ''Round. ... . .. i5C Ue SIMPLY
order but three bottles of Electric I ioods i J and silver novelties i i.* to be'' ly served at all hours, day er night. i Brisket' and Chuck. i5c ASTONISHING !

Bitter made we all right. It's the found atJ. I. .Stephens. Prices to CHARLES H. UI'RTOX, Remember, the main Rib Roast .. .. . loc he the loe i

Lest all-rouud medicine ever sold I please all. 2m-tf Manager. > Ramp .. .. .. ... .. .. ioc lic I
over a druggist's counter." Overworked thing to do now is to pay I
run-down men and weak, Garden tools in endless Considering quality, above prices Bay a Wheel. Work ha begun '
sickly women gain splendid health I(Constipation and your city taxes before, '!! are cheaper than in any other city of the
this street You
and Vitality from Electric Kilters. variety at roch bottom size in the country. can soon

Try* them. Only 60c. Guaranteed by lleadachebjkni nee..heartburn. indipestion. prices at the Willis Hardware '', you are advertised You' meats We ,do and have to pay more for our ride everywhere.

W. A. D'Alemberte. 121 :South Pal and ,, have to charge more
a ilvtr nJs are cured Co.'s. are now paying 3 ''
byHood's than
afox street. percent formerly, bat it j isn't our fault )
c -TOn-XA. and we are selling as low
-- ; interest.N. as we possibly
Cleaning ladle skirts and waistsis j Pills gre 1 the 1'A' Kind Via Ha'* jUayt' ScjB can

cue of oar specialties. Star: Laun- Po'.d by all dn.r 6Jgutue McK. OERTINO, PARLOR I B. I
r dry. ists. :5 ':ems. a #+ # MARKET, f. BRUCE.
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u, c O'NEAL, President; F. C. MORTON, Cashier! ;

.''J..fOSHEE,Vice.President; Condantrad tateU1ent o* the M. E. CLARK Au't Cuhler. THE WEATHER R. HALLIDAY & CO.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS MAY 22, 1902. Extraordinary Values in Worthy Merchandise.

KoKECAST-Falr tonight; Saturday

RESOURCES. LIABILITIES. partly cloudyfresh; utterly to lonth-

.an:. f4 5,644.96 Capital Stock $200.000.00 erly winds.
T r> Overdrafts... 1,914.19 Net Profits 7,164.91 Temperature in Lilt 24 Hour:

bonds and Premium. 80,250.00 Rediscounts Mailmom__......_....._....... ._ degrees
r p 182650.89 ..... ......_............'..'.
furniture' and Fixtures.... ...... .......... 6718.48 'i ,OOO.OO Minimum_.._ degrees ...Week !I...
i H .a 507.75 444,31925
: and Exchange..... ......... ......... 257,062.16 Temperature Elsewhere:
vo Max Min. All our Printed Wash Fabrics that formerly sold at.... ......15c, now 12.14eAll

Atlanta._ ...... ..................-w M our Printed Wash Fabrics that formerly sold at....... ...203: now 15c
$869,132.05 $869,132.05 Bismarck ..... ..................; 48
T: ibank opened for business October 23,1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give Chicago._... .. ........... .......... K-) 64 All our Printed Wash Fabrics that formerly soil at... ....25c, now 20c
... .......... .........
buyers prompt, courteous and careful attention. Cincinnati .t h* Ml All our Printed Wash Fabrics that formerly sold at. ..... ...35c, now 250
T'. ar Oalveeton. ...... ... ......-2; 711
Interest Paid Huron.._.._ .............._ ..M) 50
on Time Deposits. Jacksonville w. .. ........._ .... _78 M For One Week only we will offer our entire line of White Goods, including -
K.nlall'1ty.?. ..... ........... ...(- M 84 Organdies French Lawns, Persian Lawns, India Linons, etc.;
Key West..... ..... ..... ..... M ,1\ Towels, and
also entire line of Table Damasks, Napkins, Dovlies, etc.,
Memphis..... .... ..... ........w 70 our
FAIRCHILD duct a ten-day meeting. He will Mobile. ..... .. .... +>* 70 our whole stock of Black Dress Goods at a Special Discount of 12>2%'
B. H. then return to Canoe, where he is NEW CREOLE Montgomery.. ..... .... M 72
New Orleans .. .. .. ....... us 74 i This is a Rare: Opportunity to Purchase Seasonable and Staple Merchandise -
pastor of the Baptist church. ...
Sew York .. .74 t*
TERER close Wholesale Cost.
QPIIOL Savannah._.. .._ .. t-J <*> at figures very to
Ben Edmuudsoa has been over- : Bt. Louis .. ... .M 74EX I

!,;ft jar oil Refinishing Furniture aSpecialt f f100J t
fitting up a neat office back of I

,. Dunham & Co.'s old stand. Excursion -- i MARITIME. SPECIAL !

Phono 400. parties will do well to call on The two-story frame building on 1'1

1 him. the northeast corner of Government I' :PORTe Black Silk Umbrellas, 26-inch, Steel Rod, Close Roll, .J!

In few the 1 I For May to date._ ........ ....._-*+1F7,750
steamer W. D. and
a Cevdllos
R. K. WHITE I days streets was purchased I Natural and Sterling Silver Mounted Handles, that .: ;
Bratton of the United States Marine I AKRIVED. I ,
i yesterday by a society known as the
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tf.ll hmaLfr, Manufacturing Jeweler 1 Hospital Service will sail from Key Creole Catholic Benevolent A socia- !i I toPensscnla Norse Kane Lumber, 8i..<, KeinerUeo Co New York. Formerly Sold at $1.85, $2.50 and $3.25, : [ 1

West with Dr. Jos. Y. Porter aboard ',, Am sch Nellie \V Hewlett, i'!.' Iumtord,

and Graduate Optician, I to make a tour of inspection of the tiou (incorporated), the consideration New Am York Hjulmar,55AxetsenKey, to J M Roberts Agent WeH,to For this Sale $1.50. j

I quarantine stations along! the Gulf being 1200.: The purchase was master ;;;
YeaaeOlxFla 1
'IIulb Palarol! M
coast as far as Pensacola. made by a committee named by the 1.1 I- I

.-' v rwvwvvNEWS I Lack of lights in Seville) square association. bk MartinIn,7J3,7.eno. by Poll M Robin R. HALLIDAY & CO. ;'! ;
son for HUl'nohyrt'(> for orders, with 4JN"tK" 1
last night band in the : ,
preventedVyer's : Changes building are planned sftlumber\alue fad"5 ; i

from giving an open air concert a? and before many mouths one of Telephone 193. 33 and 35 Palafox Street. J
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NOTES had been intended. A big! crowd BAILED.Am .
the most comfortable and luxurious
was on hand. It is promised that ss Pentacola fur Galveston
suites of club in the will dl
the concert will be given tonight rooms city SEE THEM

/ -"- -./_ be had there. AT !.\ .
and every Thursday night there '
It bkColumblni,1.4", I'aroJi. Montevideo : : j
: .id"r.i sex ette will meet after. The association has a membership to order ',:1
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:.'. :.. !'a-.'iia a: &:3&J::: -j cluck to-1;I Ke\eala a (Jrcat better.It of forty-two, oilicerrd as follows: ( THE -SHIPPING. Ladies' Tan Oxfords 1 :

i is often asked how such startling T. D. (Juries, president; Manuel

.. ;J'(Y train: is expected here cure*, that nuzzle the ber-tphysiciau-i; Robinson, vice-president; It. H. 1 1'ESSELS i\ PORT. j I
are effected by Dr. King's New Discovery "TEA\II&IIII'S.
If"rul Ur. with salaries for the I i for Consumption. Here's the Pens, financial secretary ; W. P. A. '! Atlanten,1H'i 5, Bven:: en, to Pena.cola : '1''

,v iy stcret. It cuts out the phlegm and Wyer, recording secretary ; Win. !) Hr Lumber Cynthia Co, IV*, Deans to \\ a:: Keyser \: $ riONDAY : '
: Pensacola has gone germ infected mucus, and lets thehfegiviug I Co
oxygen enrich and \itil- Warren, trea-urer. j I Span FranctscaI'SSEchevaerla, to Gulf
i. tlveiton this i trip with her usual I Transit Co '
ize the blood. It heal tfce inflamed, -- ---- --
Kr lilencoe.ioW; Cooper, to order
.'.i of 2.6W tons of coal. cough-worn throat and lungs. Hard For Over Sixty Years '1 Br Hornby: Castle, ?ins, (Uaudge to Gall WORTH FROM .;
I colds and stubborn coughs/ soon MRS. \\INSLOW's $ has'bfcu Transit(.o "
'. raft of logs are now tied Br seawell, it7U: ;\Iartinsen, .
irge/ up yield to Dr. King's New Disovery, uied tor over sixty years by lu.llionsol i Co toOulf Transit ''j
.111 of the Ltarby risers on ac- I the most infallible remedy for all with mothers for their children while lettbing, Br Vermont, :T7J, Obborne to C W Ha-
perfect success. It soothes the child
i jut of the liiars, Dunwody: & Co. Throat and Lung disea-es. Guaranteed softenslhe gums.allajB all palncUrt'l1l'lnd : geruan ...$1.50 to 3.00..*
bottles 50 c and $1.00. Trial colic and Is the best remedy for I Inarrhoea {I SHII'b.Ncr ..
I i.,.'ire. King Cenrio, Puul'en, to Pensacola
bottles free at W. A. D'AlemberteV, It will relieve: the poor little sufferer im Lumber: Co ,
mediately. Hold Druggists> Inf very part
'1'.M: new coping;; around trie Plaza I 121 South Palafox: s-treet. or the world. Twenty-rive cents a bottle. I BARKS
He turn you ask tor"M fl.Wlnslow's Sooth I Nor Agathe,117N, HJonnesc, toSHLCO FOR .,:
will make another good rooting ling Syrup,"and take no other kind. Kus Albion,M lice for t.e! : un'-cer-jus idlers in !! VISITTHE Nor Blmm.Mi,Johnson to order N
ROBBERS I It julseppe I) Albundo, ;\ to Hosasco -

Peu-acola. LAWN PARTYFOR :I' Kus Rros Hera, 1'W, HOlrgblol11. to S Id LCo $ $ 1 ../I 5 $ iJ
!The! steamer Enterprise is now j I BELL Kr J Marsters.. f/v, Frank to order .
HOUSE Hus Lima wn Burke, to Pensacoia Lumber -
".ing cheap excursions to the Co :

very afternoon,,leaving Pal.1fvx I I THE BENEFIT OF ST.MICHAEL'S I I 1, It Nor Martlnln,7.'i Mataura.: II', /!:!enntoorder, Bruuegaard, to H P
W 'f at t:3U!: \).cl'C' I I thotter! ('0 BOSTuuSHOESTORE : !
I I About 4 o'clock this morning Mrs. 1 Nor Paragon, 7u, Busch, toS: P Shotter
" "mi-annual mu Urnon ,
i boarder the Hell house It Saint .
at on Antonia de Pardova.:541, ( uRrto. ,
of the Chipley Light; '! to order
North Palafox street, awakenedby I Kr Wildwood. U.s,
was Fitzgerald to order .
v 4- held la-t night andw ; Kus \bta\at, i4ABltonentoS Pbbotter NATHAN (.'. iCIIii.Mii, I ioj>rivti' .r. I
.' ', -'icces-ful. a not-e at the window, and upon the residence of Hou. and Mrs. 1 I ICo

investigation found a long pole, witha W. A. Klonnt on East! Wright street, It Due Horelle B RR., I4W 1(45., Costa, to order Leaders of Low Prices. 117 South Palafox Street.4iw f fA
WIldwood cleared
L' yester-
line and hook attached! a lawn party will be given Tuesday, Am James .
-S.. John! New Brunswick, poking A (.8rl .ld. W\, Dill to M 1:1: LCo :
May 27th, for the benefit of St.Michael's Br Union,72, Foster, to matter Runaway Team :
i i- T'ns i H the first bark through the window, while at the .
parish. From 5 to (5:30( p. !i UP, ULKA.KEU: AND -
.. r cleared for :3 foreign other end was a burly "black" tryingto I m. for children ; evening hours following !1 8ACOLA.HAILKJJ "oa I'Kl' i* sure to do more or less damage to : .
billi-t. a carriage, but whether need repairing \
: i' in fj"hIr.. | you -
Long's troupers from a for BTIAM8RIPB.:
grown people. pub- :! 'F
t' .ol
a from accident
Krida Horn.Gcr,tld London March il or ordinary {'
', !'A'l.iugby!; : the core will chair. Mrs. Long gave the alarm lic is cordially invited. 21mtd |! /azplrak Hilt,Span: ,sid Bilbao larlb'l: 4 e; wear and tear bring your vehicles :11
.. BAKES a to J. M. Hilliard & Co While I,
: J than the dummy line as our
and the "black" escaped. I Alexander>r Lawrence, Nor, llyi. Ko!'nrlo 7t: '
"I Stood iii a Draught March I ? .J reputation is widespread for doing .
i-1 i: !"jd is electrified. Let !
Upon further investigation. it was Anita M, It,::;:1, at Tenerlffe Nov20! i all kinds of repairing in the bes'tmanner
.s. '" i icil, j get together and do with my coatoff and caught this Bartagllere. It. Bid -avona March lit / at lowest we feel tt .
found that an attempt had al=o been wretched cold." says the sufferer. Cognatl, It.kJt', at Marfeilles Jan 11 t* prices
!H._' i ire it is too lite.V He need not a heavy if olive Mount, It, sid Leilb Jan K 1. sure that there are a few good people :
made to gain entrance through the pay penalty Virginia, sid Malaga, April Iv ; who don't know that we are tltI"I, !(
< \ H term: n advertisesu I he follow his act of fully witn an act hCHOONFRki.Ueo \f"s: t y t1 excelled iu our line, and :
we want ;
.. back window by the use of a small of wisdom. Soak the feet in hot V Jordan Am sid New York Apnl:7 ,' :'
f / them know
-- r i competent: planer to us.
water with a few teaspoonful; of \4 'I
-MI, k, r :"i j." t<> :'.'uth Africa at ladder, which was found in the Perry Davis' Painkiller in it. Takea Thos. C. Watson & Co., Rest Horse !hoer: always ready. ;

: w.!_'( 11 yearly contract and yard. teaspoonful of Painkiller in hot I, the leading Real Estate", Agents, take .,
." ./. "'n'; ; him quick. sweetened water at bed time aud be all the worry off the shoulders of the '. J. M. Ililliard & Co.,
The have been but
police notified
thankful for and :, owners of property,
so simple speedy away manage the 'e
"' No. 30 East !!
Garden Kt.
i Tii':. !; ':n M'.btle.: which ar- as vet no arrests have been made. to break up a cold. There is, renting of their houses and the collection 'ii"

\ hltW it .i ,,'cl.'Ckp.: m., will ar-I but'one Painkiller, Perry Davis': !. of their rents as conscientiously r.ijfi'! I Irn
as they would themselves. :
vin'.u: >'artier Suni i MEUX'S
bticning CARCO OF CEMENT Their charges are very reasonable.
: :.. M I.IY j"). No change; will be CHANCE OF SCHEDULE. -- ---

ill. i-:.,:t L.. ':u-ir ,ifd-tarture; from FROM NEW YORKThe Commencing Sunday, May Coth, : Satre by buying ;@ f
Ioney jjtJt/lt 1l
-K.I train No. 5, from Mobile, will arrive furniI -

: ,. American schooner NellieV.. Pensacola 8:00p. in instead of 9:00p. .Marston
'* iv il !m-nting that ha* been: ture at $ Quina's
i' .[' -- ..*.ir Hayou Chico, cou- Howlett, Captain \Iumrord, arrived in. 23n12t: I Great Furniture Empo- 'h'fOl Shorthand. Typewriting and I.i'tralurp."i' .kl

"'.,1 i in r.F.. from New York Now is the time to enter school ; : 'i
M. Turner of UaAi iu port this morning If you are thinking of moving. rium. and prepare for a lucrative position. No ,
L.fJ.rchnack-1 vacation. Night and day b e"t
t-- -tad
by with a cargo of 2,{000 barrels and 10- I ; ,I
Harry Hallmark or call .;
see phone !
: Iy will clue
t tonight. I
(UH sacks of cement. Mr. J. M. HobI i I .i'
'.' I. I ,':n'r will leive tomorrow I I1. II I 251 and let him quote you prices. He I G2 5C5 a52S2sa5EsPs2 s s s I,:1
I ert< is agent for the cargo.;
\ \1 ... w'n-rf: he will con- I .................. 2I 1,1
has the best spring floats in the city.
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&...eI. '.,6 ... ..... ....... ... "' ..... a :* ':;
-........... .. .. %%'nnted. ; SAVE YOUR faAI\ I I I
.____ n___.____.. .____. \\-/ffl READ .<

: '.../ iJSOLCAHN&CO.... \\rANTKl\\ class; man>, l.MMKIIAThLY-A who is capable o( operating hrst-- I MONEY.e. 2 n| i. BBLowiSEHHSHSHS ill
planer and sticker for South Africa.
High wages will b* paid for competent .
man with good testimonials. Free passage ........ o ..
Africa and
to South yearly engagement
S euitranted. Apply in person to office of C. .................. a aON

I! %.v'.HagermanThleeenbutidng:. nr.T.f: ESESESH5HSH5ES r

: )ROPOStLSwill! be received at
\ the Kureau of Supplier and Ac-

., ..'.-.._ .._ _.-.........---a.-k.. I'i i j counts ingtou., I):Navy. C., until DepartmentVash 12 o'clock, noon-, Your Chance to Save Money
t = = - ,- ( June 3, liWl', and publicly opened
1! immediately thereafter, to furnish r.

J.SMITHFIELDHAMS.i I ; ; |( j'I the wood annual, charcoal supply etc.of, at coal the, coke navy, i _<0- A FEW USEFUL ARTICLES.-fy

yard*: Portsmouth, N. H. ; Ho-,ton, I I
.. Masi.; New York; ; League Island Our Entire >Line of 50c Skirt mill
f --- i
--='-::'-..=-=-:: ==-_-- =-- --= =- =-. =-= :: Pa.; Washington, D. C ; Norfolk I Gar tin of 75c Waists, MaSe of Dim'I"
.--- -<'--- -->0 !
f ".:. k i Va. ; Penacola, Fla ; the naval sta- 39c I
tlon*: Newport: K. I. ; Port Royal, ruin! am's Styles Choice I 59c
( and the best. of everything generally k I H. C ; and the uaval academy, An- iiies! Lawns and Madras, CtoiceNOM i{
napoli' )Id. ; the annual supply of
f- kept in a First-Class Grocery Store. count the naval hospital, dipena- (- : :, : \ IIa.-o Ij:

ries. etc.: Portsmouth, N. H. ; II l
l'lt.lilea.Ia! -s.; Newport, R. I. :

i g ....FLORIDA AGENTS.... S'i New York; Philadelphia. Pa. ; Apron Gingham, per yard 5c !
Sir Washington, D. C.; Norfolk Va
FOIL TI1K I Blank forms of proposals will be Barred
I furnished upon application to the Muslins and Lawns, per yard 5 8% and lOcWe

Abita Springs Mineral Water. Bureau, to the commandants of the ,
= different Navy Yards, or to the
i Navy Pay Ott'ice*. A. I. KENNY have an Assortment of V"I'Hnx's DljrSMN
,, cr-nrral, l\ S. S. 5 5-02 to }12 You can save the of
; r"'/) *( hem made. A few of the many !styles of these Xdow expense having '
garments shown ,1n Di.pJav.LrA .
' Ji Agency Nunnally's Candies. 13mouwlw-- .
\ -- -- -- ---
> Good Assortment of It and 17.inch
<.''ltl' NO 'lVE!';. IBROIDEHED FLoL'NCEN(i:; Just Received
' ,.. '--, -- They are Excellent. for 'UnderwaiHs. -
.;, Corner Palafox and Intcndencia Streets. the captain, own

't k aSEITHER consignees ts )rane will of the be

'jfIcphonc 178. ..* ..* Pensacola, Fla.T for debts contract-
: ,I ed by the crew of aid Je4eKrlNEArsE\: W. J. & B. FORBES h.:

......... ... .. ... ... .. ... I Pensacola Lumber lo. Laptaiu.CousiRnees. .
fra.: .. .. ... ... ... .. .. .... I
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J r II :One Person Drowned and Many Houses MRS. IDA MCDONALD,

Washed Away. |
t of the Maccibees of the World.
rains Supreme Deputy
&OOiF I Il1! Perry Okla., May U.-Hea\"y j

I h I! today caused the creek running

through Perry to overflow its banks. RS. MCDONALD, that I must do somtr ,
!a!, ? li p1!! to
Xo.477 Beaubien my
''' ,' I ; Several small houses along the M Street Detroit, friend: advocated yourVi -,
of the stream were washed away before -
of Cardui ,
Mich., is a prominent
the occupants could escape. One woman who was '.r strongly that I decades .

) II ) ,;t woman, name unknown is reported greatly benefited by the try it. although i hadeatwoman'smedlcine :',,
Ile tr
: drowned. faith in patent mtd "olamnowttrythinkfi.

b !,d r, icy' It Several women and children were Wine of Cardui. Jin. t-u
'WI j i. I rescued from trees and house roofs. i McDonald is the supreme I dido. for within ten c hl
TELLS deputy of the Maccabees Messed relict came t< "r,
"'' I One family was saved by eutUnc'thrcu
and in lest than
ia 1 of the World and one of th -t <
j h the root.: months I was cured
the most widely known Hrt,lit Xi&xuM. an
G. W. Cooper a hotel proprietor, at women in the United have enjoyed( fine he.'r
n, the risk of his life swam to a tree and States. Thousands of women gather to ever since. I know there is nothing bcttu

rescued two women and a baby. > hear her lecture everywhere she goes. for a sick woman who withes to tnjoy pee

You have the most convincing evidence of this George Xey, a cook, rescued the wife The great work she has done for the feet health and am very pleased to gut -k.
Maccabees is by hurty endofume"t"
I appreciated
from house In
of hotel proprietor a
t fact every day. Otherwise beautiful faces marred with a washed' member of the order. She was 10 At.No rafferinir woman can a?. ; .
midstream. One bridga WILl
blotches and sallow l J sorbed in her work that she neglected; ignore such a letter as :Mrs M
black heads pimples muddy or complexions -
away and others are ia bad shape. On to give her health proper care-failed writes. Her plans and a-: ..1-

and red, rough or oily skins are some of the the east side of the square and on'. to take warning that the symptoms of ; proved valuable in building np .

and conspicuous of bad blood. East street the water ran into stores, approaching kidney trouble gave her, the greatest women's organ'-at; : : ,
most common i iYou .
damaging stock.SENSATION. the sallow complexion and torpid liver the United States and she takr.-
can hide these ugly and humiliating blemishes by glazing them over with face I But Wine of Cardui cured her the lame give a-hiee which she knows w... .

powders and rouge, and the rough and discolored skin is made white and smooth by a lavishuse 'IN &ELFA T. as it has cured thousands of others and yonWINEofCARDVI.
Mrs.McDonald has written this letter in Do not delay in securing ti = .
cosmetics but these artificial and false skins only last for a day when
of complexions ,
order that other suffering women may cine. There is nothing to i:r.
the eruptions and spots stand: out as bare and brazen as ever. The natural beauty and Mysterious Gentleman from "Georgia, secure from Wine of Cardui the same everything to lose by delay.! 7;
U. S. A."' Cause Flurry. relief she got from it. is before you. Will or w..i!
of the skin be restored by the use of external applications '
smoothness Cannot permanently ,
New York May 22.-A great sensation "For four years I luffmd with torpid secure.relief now by taktr.z

.r e for the reason that these skin diseases are due to some poison or humor in the blood that has been caused in Belfast, ca- liver until my skin looked yellow and dull. Cardui,!!? Alldrnsrtrists sf.1:;! if '

of The I thtn found kidneys v, ere affected and Ot Wine of \, TuUi ai w>' i* .,
correspondent my
u must be antidoted and eliminated before the skin can or willreturn to a healthy state. .les the London Thedford's .
of Black-Dra..p7
that fishmonger had severe pains across my back, and I felts ages
the a -
Herald by news
Under the purifying and tonic cficcts of S. S. S.
named O'Rourke, has inherited a
oT' from the blood the HER BEAUTY RESTORED. A million rilT'' .
all impurities are expelled fortune estimated at $:0.00".OM.A .
have foun tWine
general health is invigorated, and all disfiguring wt a my daughter Wat three month old Eczema mysterious gentleman from "Geor "f I'{"ar
treks out on her heal and continue to spread untiland "
gia. U. S. A.. was the cause of the
r; annoying eruptions promptly permaher hued wa entirely corer.d. she was treated by
disturbance. He is said to have visited - -- -- -- -- -- ---- -- -- --- --- -
nently disappear from the skin, and it becomes as several good doctors, but trey worse, and the dred.
disease spread to her face. She was taken to two O'Rourke and stated that his mission
soft and smooth as ever celebrated health springs, but received no benefit.Xany was to trace the whereabouts of THE NEW GROCERY STORE.WILL .

Bad blood tells in other Itching patent cedicizes were taken,but without result, the heirs to the fortune in question.In .
many ways. until we decided to try 8. 8. 8., and by the time the the 0-:: :: :::: -==-::-===-= :: :::===---0::::::
ISfiS. according to story.
rashes and boilsand
and burning eruptions, sores, first bottle was finished, her head tejan to heal. A
Page O'Rourke. a native of DrumahairLelterim .
carbuncles show the of some irritadozen bottles cared her completely: and left her akin
presence MOVER
perfectly smooth. She is now twenty years old, and died in Chicago, leaving a
ting poison or unhealthy matter in the blood, and has a maynifieent growth of hair. Not a lira of the sum ranging up to 17000.OriO in addition -

these aggravating troubles will continue until the dreadful: disease has ever returned. to considerable properties which Keeps a Complete, First-Class, Up-to-Date Stockof

weak and slow circulation has been H. T. SHOJI : he owned. As usual in such affairs
quickened 2811 Fine Street, St. Louis, Mo. Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries.
the decedent left no will and O'Rourke
and the deteriorated blood made rich and strong
IE now busily engaged in collecting ev.
again. Some are born with bad blood, and it begins to tell in infancy; scrofulous affections, i Idence of his relationship. I No. 30 W. Government St., Salisbury Block.

sore eyes, scalp diseases, nasal catarrh, stunted growth, brittle bones and soft, flabby musclesare TELEPHONK 327, .

some of the early manifestations of bad blood by inheritance. These symptoms, if Godkin's Death Mourned In England.
London, May 22.-The
neglected, may develop into some deep-seated and serious blood trouble later on in life, but regard the death of Edwin newspapershere Lawrence ICE AND WOOD.

' the timely use of S. S. S. will check the disease in its incipiency, remove all taint from the Godkin editor emeritus of Tha

circulation, and the little sufferers grow into healthy manhood and womanhood. Evening Post of New York who expired WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH L> .GER TRAI.

jr I When the blood is healthy and pure it tells adifferent Tuesday! at nlht.Drixham as being South a distinct Devonshire loss, THIS SUMMER THAN EVEK FEFCP.E

smooth and flawless skin with
a glowing
story, to Great Britain as well as to America.

health, a sound body and active brain, well nourished and comment on his friendship for SEND US YOUR ORDERS NC1l.

appetite and di estion, and restful and Great Britain.Presbyterians.
Thompson Olsen & Co
refreshing sleep. S. S. S., combining both purifying and Adopt Revision Report : .

tonic properties, contains all that you need in the way ofa New York May 22.:! -The general assembly Manresa Street, Telephone 14 ?.

blood builder and skin beautifier. of the Presbyterian church to- -- - -

S. S. S. Is Nature's Remedy. It contains no Arsenic, day adopted the report of the committee ESTABLISHED 1S63.

Potash, or other mineral, but Is strictly a vegetable blood purifier and tonic that can be on statement revision, except which has the not supplementary yet --

taken without fear of hurtful effects and with of and McKENZIE OERTING &
any perfect assurance a speedy lasting been acted upon. There were only CO.,

cure. Our illustrated book on the Skin and its Diseases contains much plain and practicalful two vctes against: adoption. The report o --S1ALS&8: 0

information about eruptive diseases, their cause and cure, how to take care of the skin, now goes to the presbyteries for

etc., that will be of inestimable value to all sufferers. We will mail you a copy f-ee. approval. Ship Chandlery and General fiardioare.80S .

Write us about your case and our physicians will gladly: furnish any information or Large Carriage Plant Burned. AND 605 S. PALAIOX STREET

advice desired without charge. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY ATLANTA GA. Ironton, 0.. May 22.: -The large
plant of the F. J. better Carriage company
was destroyed by early to- .
i Loss. 130,'.'Oii insurance. lu
Roosevelt Sands Crestlngs; to Veterans. MACON TO INVITE ROOSEVELT. day. ; $ .- I

Fntt'orth.. TAX., May : .--President I Flrnt nallronil Chnrter. OuO. Adjacent dwtlllcgs wer, dam Sum< Gtriigt FiliU. fills, tici! liatrEosnti!! flat, Jitlirs, Dan'
The Crst charter ever granted in

Ficlay. of thf Mf-xir-an War Veteran i I President: Wanted as Guest at Nation-i i iI y or i>ro!>aby! any other fur the aged. -- ---_______ I COMPAB3E9. ETC.

arfor-.ailon.! whkh Is lulling d I a' Farmers' Congress.Maoon. bet idinc of a rlilrolld:19 granted la1M9 A LESSON IN HEALTH. C. McKeniie Oertin? Collecting Agent for Bar Pilot Be:-ev.len: \-, j
rtlllJ'nn herr tan uigtit roci-ivpd the .
tea May _'! -At a meetingof Drinker the Pennsyl- ciation.
I : to Henry by
fclv'o\ng! s"vs: from I'r. sid.'nt Healthy kidneys filter the impurities
i the (':ty 'O'ini'il last night a reso- \unia I Iecs! ::iture for a road of that
Hoc.vf-r.: 'To thi* veterans who t.'). from the blooci and unless theydo
lutior. was passed inviting Presulei.tUoosPVflt kind from the Dl'laware'aUey to the
i :
day IDI'tin :ni lial rcuiilim I sent t this rood health i* impossible. OPERA HOUSEWednesday WEEKLY SCHEDULEFOB
to attend the convention of headwaters of the Lthigh river over Foley's Kidney Cure makes sound .
!' 'arty gr. Ptin;:s. Th.-y merit and the National Farriers' association. tLe route now occupied by the I kidneys and will positively cure all ----- STEAM DIVISION
t the than of tli'ouatry for the
.vv s I which meets in Mar'on Oct. 7 LP't. ware LacLawanna and Western railroad I. forms of kidney and bladder di-ea*l'. PFYSACOLA KLECTHICIKIIM1.1U

<, ids of stirring ptriotiain they 5') ;; Major Smith: was authoriz to appoInt ,, from the Water Gap to Scranton. It stren then the whole .I. *tein.V. May 28. I RAILWAY .

dl performed. I am gaud to give c\- j a reception committee: of the aldermen That was before tLe days: of steam \ A. D Alemberte,121 !i. Palafox COMPANY

pres-sion to this gratitude and to sendto and ;a1")* citizens. Harvi Jcrlau. and the "wasons"; that were to be run street Ben Dunham Trans leave Pea aola for the I .::1
the tnet of the association I Bayou Biz Iayou.Wsrringoa.Navy land a:1
rr= : my on the road were to be moved by horse ---- --- ---- ---
: of Montirfllo. by whose icfluence ; Fort Barrancas at
test wish- f nt>P rtneecss; of the re That old charter and the
j the great convention of farmers willI power. DR. KINC'STRY t.m.arrlveatfortBllrratc... T .'12
unx' Roosevelt: !>e hU in Macon will forward the city rights! It conveyed were purchased by THE WORLD-FAMED ACROBAT.THE 10.'W a.m.arrive at Fort Barraacai 1 ..' a a
----,-- I the Delaware and Lackawan- 1:00 p.m.aalve at fort Barraacai 1. psseal
o'mdl' Invitation: to President .'
\:- p.m. arrive at tort Barr anca* < p n
Elect:en In Sp1rt?rrg. j jEra"'siL"If I na company: for Sl.OCO. T5p.m.arriveat Fort Barraacai T c a
S C.. May *!.-The I THAT COLD. BEAUTIFUL DOUBLESextette 'i:.1f)p.m.arrlve at Fort BarraccM e.tp6
It is said there are strong rfI\0nS ; I Trains"V8 Fort Barraacai for hssi
tern: of 1\1' :..* .'-.S.-is of the county I for b lIp'iDtht President Roosevelt Tool. the Second Man. TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. cola at

board ft"crt'(.1 hiving: expired the I\iI; accent tae in' i: tto::. One even::?; recently a well to do Cures Consumption Coughs I 7:15!a.m. arrive at Peaacoa .... > i Slips
ineraN ri -if t!).> haisat! re from this bachelor \olnnteervd toteach FpritLtly I p m. arrive at Pensaoa! ......_.U ijs
j' Colds Bronchitis Asthma :-: AND SOLOS FROM :-: t:()) p.m.arrive at Pensaeola! ....._ :: I'. .-.
rouitm in tv.otKoe of Mr. D. E. I ly voce:? widow the game of checkers. I 5-w p m arrive at Penaoia ... 5 c s
Hjdri k this nii.rLi.s; to elect theirurtP Heirs of Fair Get Estate \!; lIe quite: overlooked the possibilities of PneumoniaHayFeverPleu- 7t0-( p.m.arrive at Pensaso.a....._. 7 <' f

> :,. .. C. 0 Smith and I*. M. San May :21.! -The cHI !: tLe p'nie. risy LaGrippe Hoar cne e, I Florodora, I '5.45'aturdall p. m.arrive, only at Pensasola__ B a.. c.* I

wall w 'rf 'hos"T. a.j the successors of drn cf Jatiif-s G. Fair are at last in !! "Tbire. now; it's till your con," be ,
TABS FOB WCIK' : : DATilPeJr..cla
J. M. Ku.!lisai! !! and O. ..". Harrison, lOSrssion of iiis statThe ftal exclaiuitd to the lady shortly after tbe Croup and AND I II
to Fort Barraacai and ret Jrs *'<
the ri'tiriri rn.'rnh'; Three members I transfer was made to their representatives I gage Lad coiuiaenced "You tune tak- Whooping Cough.NO I l'enICola to Navy Yard and return ':r

t OOIJ.OM- the hoard. eai-h ;inking electedto '. by the executors under the de- !: on only! one u-;in. and you are bound to CURE. NO PAY. ;;I PROF. E. O'L CHAFFERS' BAND.For Pensaoola Palmetto Keach asd rer& U
I' i "
ai-rM1 a term of two years.Killing l rl'" of dfctnbui.on. Mca was signed take :Ue>tblr. Price 50c. and$1. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE. t SU5DAT SCHIDCOl
l "TLanks for nJ\!ct'." said the I When weather permits th--! rJJ:; ..s 3
I by Ju1e: Trott. The property handeJ i your i open coaches.
at Light Ala. I I over ;'as tal'it-d at ahout I7/"""'>.0<),). 'i widow sfttftly. "Suppuae I tike: you, ---- I the Benefit of the P. A. C. Lean PelUa oa Lv Fort Karrssoii !

Dothan. Aa. May :Saturday i The whole estate was north about 118Don't ,- I: tL'ru't" + 4 Every Woman Curtain will Rise at S:15 Sharp II 11 Ii a.a. m.m. II 13 a. mIp.m m. 1

nlfht at I.hht101.., a small station on f II i uvu! "ilvl. :She: did subsequently.Tltln.. 4 _, U Inlereiic and tbouM know 1 p. m.

the Central ra'lral below her In ". '-_ ._ w. h4i'I ", tbout lie wonderful Tickets: 50 and 75c. I II .ip.m,.m :I.a:
MARVEL Vthirfinq Spray p.mep.m
Gcce\a county a Mr Jacobs was shot l II .
lie new T (! !Hr)>t itjt. I i
i Start -
Wrong. -I II ( pmm
and killed abo-it a half mil\\ from the Give a Georgia darky a "chaw of 1 oltg.J.llrru.Ieret- p.m.Ip.m 8
I i Don't tart the summer with a tobacco aiid v get-Host f tor.n.ent f p.m.PARS .
jou're a cap'n.Give ,,
station. It is not positively known whokilled Eae ltrun Lwnl
him. but it is thmight that (i.'n. i| lingering; coujh or cold. We all :, hIm a quarter and you become ,U y....'rMfIol KI .I $2.00 i, aia8ola to art rossr.DAY Barraacai Yavy
know what -summer; cold" i*. It'- a colonel.Paralyre!. I If hrrannoti !,e?: lardaadrctarc! ___._ t
Collins is I the man who did the shoot. M\ i I Peaiaooia
i the hardet kind to cure. Often it I him with a dollar and you I I other.but-nd.:arnp for II- .- r WILL PAY FOR THE !I "tarn.to_Palmetto_ Scastk itS_
Irg. They were seen together: Satur I los'nletbekd.tltg.rra ___ II M
-'hang* on" through: the entire seaon. are a general for Ute.I .
i! I Ho
tall p.rtlrWtnand'1.r. tvwlnt..uad.t4lade4M.e 7 I I flight received
day n'.ght.: Collins has not been after tea p. m.
captured Take it in hand right A I tltJ le..
Throw In an od! suit of clothes and : u.A
r few doses of One Minute Coat Cure I II two still: drams of corn liquor and he Room :33c Times Bldg.'New.York. (, Jacksonville ,5: :Ii i i --------

____ ___h I will set you rl?bt. Sure cure for i I i ii I,
raises all his children call --- -- -- --- -- i
to you govcrnor. ;
coughs cold bronchii :
croup. ;grip LODGE
Cure Eczema I
and Itching Humor -Atlanta Constitution.
tis. all i
l i thmat: and lung trouble*. A.b.I Daily Metropolis
Through the Blood-Costa Nothing |Iolutelysafe. Acts at once Children i Bids for building a bridge scroll Pine I
to Try It. i Barren Creek near Wards mill will be received I i
| like it.One Minute Cough i WILL CURE CONSTIPATION. by the board of County CommUsioners | FROM NOW KNIGHTS F PYTHIAS.
B. B. B. Botanic Bl.xxJ Balm) i? Cure H the best couzh medicine I i !. of Escambla county, Fla. Hpecificatloni I
now recosrnized a* certain and sure ever u-ed." says J. F. Bowie, i A. A. Herren, Finch. Ark., write; can be bad by applying to the clerk I I PeiwacoU
cure for Eczema, Itching Skin Humor Groveton, N. H, "I never f.uId.. "Foley's Honey and Tar is the best of circuit court. All bids to be filed with | UNTIL DECEMBER I I,1902, I Lodge, No. 3. K. of r.,
I tbe clerk board of County Commissioners :II .
Hcabi scales Blisters I preparation for coughs, colds and I meets every Monday u,;:
? Watery .
anything else that acted o safely not Inter than lira of June lith. IfK. ,
Pimple, Aching Bones or and quickly." Hlr ii' Pharmacy \long trouble. I know that it has I by order Card: of County Commissioners. I log at .- i
Joints, Kail! Carbuncles, PricklingJ'aln : John sheppard:; Sidney I abn. I cured "consumption in the first I A. M. MCMILLAN. i Covering the entire scope of the I II .Blonnt third floor- Watioahnlldinj.
Clerk Circuit Court.
in the Skin Old Eating Sore4; !! *.::aees. W. A. D'Alemberte, 121 j ml on''iI' By B. I:. Burton D.C. I Political Campaigns of the Year. I. 4 Visiting brethren cordaUf!
Ulcers! etc. Botanic Bl od Balm The man who owns his own homeinures ':" Palafox street. I welcomed. K,
taken internally,cores the worst and :' himself against lots of I I ADDRESS H. HOBILIB C C
In Escambia County Circuit Court State: o!
most deep-seated cases by enriching, ( trouble and worry. Nobody can I i I' Florida. In Chancery. I I K.H.AH.
purifying and vitalizing the blood, raise his rent, and the rent day ha Educate Your Bowels. I Lucy f'lDCb't. I CARTER te. RUSSELL

thereby giving healthy flood supply no home terrors for him. It's easy to owna I Your bowels can be trained as well George L.Cooke,Joanna. Debner,!i PUBLISHING CO., 1 I f
to the skin. Botanic Blood Balmis now-a-days. Thos. C. Antone Dehner. Morris Bear.I Il I, a lsttalD
the only cure, to stay cured, for I Watson & Co.:can: tell you howl as your muscles or your brain. Cas- I l as Administrator of Lewis JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Foiey's .

these awful, annoying; skin troubles. i easy it i*.. Call and see them. I carets Candy Cathartic train your Hear.dteused. John B. butt i ii !
i Wm. Live
A. blount.
: mean
Other remedies lIMY relieve. but B. -- bowels to do right Genuine tablets :i Distillery Co., a corporation. Kidney Cure

B. B. actually cores, heals: every Paints, oils, glass andbuilders' stamped C. C. C. Never sold in and J. M. Pfeiffer and C. Mil| oukoktiotys and ::11. /
sore, and gives te rich glow of i'. Jones, as executors of Anna) fckt&r rfeht.
bulk. All
druggists Sexaner,deceased
at the IDC.
health to the t kin, B. B. n. builds up I I
On Monday,the Jad day of June. A. D. Medical Society, Attention.
the broken-down body and makes, Willis Hardware Co.'s.MIDW1FEUT. tIlL?, the defendants George L. Cooke Jo- I.W.HARPERKENTUCKY
the blood red and nourishing. Over anna Debner,Antone Debner and toe Live There will be a regular meeting of -
3000 voluntary tes'imonuls, of cures, Oak Distillery Company a corporation. i
CASTORIAFor are required to appear to the bill filed.against the Pensacola Medical Society at '
BlooJ, B. ;
Botanic Balm B. B.I!
by <
The nndersigned takes this method I them herein. the Board of Health office at 8
DrnggisU, II. Trial treatment free sf ofierinz her Infant and Children. This order to be published once each week :a'clock WHISKEY
services p.m.Tuesday, May 27.
and prepaid by writing Blood Balm as a for four consecutive weeks in THE: DAILY
Ga. Describe trouble I first-class licensed midwife, having The Kind You Nawe.anew.paperpnbiisbed: In said Es Visiting physicians are cordially e
Co., Atlanta: bad 3o years experience.Can Hare_Always BoogN I cambia county. Invited to attend.
and free medical tdvice given until [ 1l1! A. M. MCMILLAN,
cared.ri give best of references from Bears Clerk! Circuit Court of Escambia County DR. E. F. BEUCI, .
leading physicians of this city. theB'gnatureof Florida. By B. H. BCBTOX. President.
: MRS. M. GIDDEJ.S, Deputy Clerk.: DR. W. C. DKWBERY,
( rysyB.laam RetieTcxi Might AwajtsA I Pensacola, Fla.,April :l.1J!.
',, yt make a t ire .
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GRAZED WITH FEAR ', J. II. Haskins, of Chicago I EARTHQUAKE SUFFERERS When you uk for Scotch OitS. of course

111. President
r K Chicago Arcade I You won't tale a substitute.\\

Club, Addresses Comforting Vice Consul Vincent J. Vidal of
Frightened Refugees Words Kilted Piper on the box
taa + PouringInto to Women Regarding Guatemala has issued an appeal: for ,

ttI a ot Fort de France. Childbirth. I I I donations for the thousands left ,I You won't take a substitute.

homeless by the earthquake! which t
> t 4 L Aa TEAK MRS. }'tsAllASIothers Other kinds" plenty but ,
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destroyed two Guatamahn cities
DIXIE NOW LANDING SUPPLIES Deed not dread childbearing after they
a a j know the value of Lydia I:. Pink- April 18. Every charitable! Pensa- You won't take a substitute.

1 ham's Vegetable Compound.: colian should subscribe something I
he'll offer i it of
Perhaps out a
Seem Wild With Terror and While I loved children I dreaded the
Donations have thus: far been madeas
ARE Ask Only to be Taken Away From''' ordeal, for it left me weak and sick follows: t barrel-(not likely), but "

YOU A Island I Which They Say Will! Sink A.Gmnhut .. .. .. .. .. ... ....y 100 4 You won't take a substitute ;i.

flL COMINGflL Into the Sea. Jake Lipps. .... ... .. .. . 2 00)):

Gonzalez. .. .. .. . . 1 uOi I ScotchOats t
MOTHER ? Fort de Franc
Island of Martin f W J.&B. Forbe. .. .. .... .. 1 CoO -
:: ARE YOU Iquepdntsday, May 21.-Mont Pe-
Morris Bear.. ... .. .. .. . 1 00 ;
CXPCOTAIIT'MOTHER'S lee seems to be resting after
I day's fearful manifestation of energy.yesterI i CaGe sh...... ..... .... .. .. .. .. .. 1 OO1 ;

FRIEND ( Streams of frightened refugees have M.L. Roc ... .... .. .. .. 1 OOj I

irth easy by preparing the I been pouring into Fort de France from Cash! ....... .. .. .. .. ... .. . .. 1 00 No other food

rtuntiun and thus shortening all the surrounding country. These Nick Apostle. ...... ... .. .. .. 1 00Cash

i P r.nful ordeal is robbed of iu : people are not destitute, but they are .. .... .. .. .... .... ... 1 uO If gives so much so

lt the danger lessened to both t! terrified. They want only one thing, j. ( z i |I o. T. Morgan. .. ... .. .. . 10.1 ( l 1i I' ) quickly to little
child the time of confinement I I .
; and that Is to to taken far away from >' .//-i,,.,,] -4 P. K, Tornoe ... .. ... . . 1 (00
the mother '
i. and "
ted. child !<< I .
,ped, strong and healthy. ( this Island with which they say, the I '0/,0 'J. (Ii i Chris Thiesen.. .... ... .. ..... 1 (J 0 folks find big.

'ImtSs. or nausea arising 1 i gods are angry and which they will I II 7 : ; i iCash j I .. .. .. .... ..... .. .. .. ... 1 OOJ I Scotch Oats males hard muscle

,, .n. *, is prevented by its use. I!' destroy by tire before it sinks under r 1L\ 1 ''Carlson' fe Lind. .... .. .. .. .. 1 00 '" -good bone-firm flesh

t')swollen 3.h'allces.and the hard.breasts en- 'tae sea. MRS.! J. II. IUSKINS. Lep Mayer ..... . ... . .. 100 1 --bright eyei-clear kin.

,.',1 is born they are prepar.'retiun Long Thecon"uls People Crazed With Fear. for months after, and at the time I *iJ. Muldon. .. .. .. ... .. . .. 1 COM. It is the only food that puts .

of milk. It is import here and the officers of thought death was a welcome relief; Rout rlu .. .. .. .. . .. 1 c Ill 1 r all its

.v receive early attention. the war vessels in the harbor arel| but before my last child was born a i| F. R. Pou. .. ... .. .. .. . . 1 <.)1 I into strength straightthe Whenyou've
i *:.end softens the skin and waylaid by persons crazed with fear, proud: neighbor advised Lj' '' secretion of Life Fluid. and begging to be carried away !i ham's; Vegetable Compound, and IS.L. Cliticrd> .. ... . .. . It no1 + F proved thatYou'll

: breasts, hard-caked shortly. i The weather is now calm and beau :: 1 Ud that, together with ;your Pills Jno. \Yood. .. .. . .. .. . 5u''Ii
'' and SanativeVa for four months"! i ---- -
the result of i
non tiful, but the mountain is veiled in 3 '
..t, and likely to culminate in j licfore the child's birth ;-it brought
I May Fight Crittenton Horre.Cchinalius. 'j
,\i!>;cess, from which so i volcanic dowls.! which often assume a i I I me wonderful relief. I hardly had an i A never
many ache and Gd.. May :21.-The toca,
rating pain and are left threatening aspect and a'casion or pain when the child waston take

lrn .1 ent1y impaired,withan!i! y rumblings are heard. Some heavy I days old I left my feel strong in tion; of the Flounce Crittenton Re (ue I

; 1 :ty and cxf&nskiii! ire glean?ton and very welcome rain fell this morn j health Every sprinjr and fall now take habott'.eof on lower Front street may be a sub-

.! 'mews thus t.nnjjing comfort 'log: Lydia I'-IMnTvliamWeg-I. ught uy injunction. The Crittentoncircle I ( sti
easy i-stie of the chiM. Try it, eta hie Compound' and find it ktps .
: nurbo.k"Nathtrhood"frii cq The United States steamer Dixie, I me in continual excellent heallh.tts. ."- 1 unchased the old: McAllister'place lute

: FIELD REGULATOR CO., ATLANTA CA. Captain Berry, from New York, arrived J! J. II. HASKIVS, S-'l- Indiana Ave., i j'itt: below Eighth street, a few r

; tom alter a. qujck_ and_. <;aferpassage. it]': : r!,0, 111. -fSOOO. forfeit if aboie telt mq- days ago and announced that the From
I i
Her include alai i 8 i>'t genuine j holse) would Te ;oj-eiieti{ Uieit as soon any
passengers many
s' or In Spinning 'are and careful counsel is
Industry. i
as pohsepsion of the place obI
world famous scientists. Professor1 was Grocer
\ v \
:May l.-IItIH('!H.ion t is i it I what tht''xlIN.tallt anl wuulcl-he : tained. Certain of the residents .t f I I.I I.
Robert T. Hill ,
government geologist I
neither nnd this counsel !
needs ;
Kualar.d's oittou pin I,
Professor !, the community object strongly to the
C. E.
Borchgrevink, the
I .she can sccureitliout <-t>*t 1>
c :!'ilt>s the London torThe :y
I Antarctic being located there, and it is
explorer GE'Orgei
; 'Avritiuj; to JlrSi riukhaiu at !i
; Tribune. For two
j jt ; understood they have retained at
i Curtis and Georifp Ken an and a number L an
4,4.'l. ; ynn, 3Ias. =>
spindles Lan
: of magazine writers and correspondents !, torney. The site of the proposed home
,'lojiug 4$,<>"U people, have are also among those who t\\< -- -- ------1 1 h: is in the rear of one of the most fashionable '

i if oiJy four days a week, i, arrived on the steamer. ( ecourge' It with flee and then sink i ij it streets of the city. .

a iiroi'Os-' by the Master Dixie Landing Supplies. j I Iin the o<'Nln. Utter and unreasoning I Ii I There's lots of money to be made
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,:. itiat four mere Saturdays I Dixie i i fear possesses all souls. Even Fort dp I I In real estate-lots of it. A real estate -
The began landing her enormous 10COO, frs.
', -. d days. The over pro- I France Is believed to he unsafe The :, sign is usually a finger-board to
cargo of supplies early and the CATARRHfor Awarded at Paris "
it yarn and the accumulation I I presence of the relief corps, however. : Druggist I wealth. Thos. C. Watson &

iii first Lauds is consider ., storehouse on shore soon became con I Is helpful to the people, who say: i| / Co. the leading K"al Estate firmhav6
gested, and this Is the greatest difficulty 1 RftY SI seine otters which it wonld
The American flag makes safety"The 10 CENT
of the administration.The I be 'worth your while to consider. Go
United States steamer Potomac Potomac could not approach I I T-JLSJ* pQ&g guiNAlAROCHEWINE ( and see them today, and don't wait

Ccnventicn of Colonial Dames. close to St. Pierre. The Dixie will' i 1' till to-morrow.
went to inspect St. Pierre, with the Eli's Cream Balm I
( .
'. 21. sail tomorrow for St. Vincent but the !![ --- -
as-hicgton May -Th > Lifunialvenr.on v I ,
commanders of the war vessels now slew Bfollt"r.t sere,
', ol the National So 'My fllaiiii here.Vith the greatest difficulty the other vessels will remain I It cleaners oth"s Cl' CORDIAL' I NOTICK.I .
The scientists! who sad heals the diseased i
have arrived'will have
-/11011Ia1 '" degau here today, TIf"- party succeeded in making a landin g' 'I membrane. Ir k Highest recommendations for cure of Poorness been authorized to take
cults of Iffic-tri were re<.ei\c-d. One examine into the question of the I cures catarrh end of Blood, Sioirich troubles and Cencril Dcaabacriptione! forVm." Jenningsi
The effects of the outburst of yes-ter-j 1 deices stray a cold .181 \ bility. Increases the ipretite strengthens i i Bryan's "The ;
danger of the
( peaks of Carbet paper
Indri'd and! fitly members of thso- : day were tremendous. The huge towers ", near j I I I In the bead quickly. V' ;.t"' ibe ocnes i&d builds up the enure system. The
price is $1.00 in ad
I Ii t per
are lure. In the Fort de France, becoming active vol 1 It absorbed. Heals :year
afternoon the of the cathedral were hurled to the > 13 rue Ilrouot Those
vance. ,
""'' attended the I ,j (canoes. The outburst of yesterdayprobably Member" COLD' HEADRestore" PARIS desiring paper 1
dedication of a earth. The bombardment volcanic ': I can have it pent to them by sending )
Arlington in which the sailor : means; a ruined island, as all: the Senses ol '1 rite ana Sine II. K. Poiicrra d ('0.
atones is not sufficient to account for Full Kizr.W.Trml Sue lOc; at Druggists '''p.C-. \.\. f L00 to the undersigned.H.M.! i
I confidence is lost. I
in the :1
American Spanishiiiv this and all evidences point to the passage I or by mail. ROCHE.
honored, "\\' want not food, but only to ELY BROTH El: Care Daily News.
of a furious blast of blazing gas. :'II I 8rt Warren Street. New York. I
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lease is the cry of rich and poor.
catarrh in this s-ec- 'traveling at enormous speed and with I

than all otherorether incalculable fone. The deposit o I i
country THE
Explosive Gases Wrought the Havoc. GARDEN SECTION
and until the[ bow'Iders. ashes and angular stones is \
C'York, May 22.: -An investiga1 I 1
\va-i supposed to be ii enormous'' :\ot.i human being saw J\
1 I tion just made by a French sdentist.I 'I o-O3T1-oPensacola
a great many yeirjiwced i what happened' at St Pierre yesterday i WLNG HOP & 60
," it a local diiibed i.- morning. Fort d* France is over-1 I i Fays a Fort de France dispatch to The"l

-'' local remedie-i | World, shows that explosive gases; I In Florida
; j whelmed. | I
:' :ntly failing to cure l Iit >yt > the firf'hall'hl<'h rolled out from Mont ., ,
t I. it in1 i 1 This second eruption was many I Importers and 1Jt'alt'rsln- .
iironounced f j I'clee did most of the These
damage Near East Hill
.t! Railway Terminus.
ore has proven (-: times more violent than that which efj j I I
gases ignited! the houses, unroofed I Chinese and J
"utitnti'IJlI I faced St. Pierre and swept its people. Japanese I
'Illift.; ('IIII..titlltiIlll1: i I from the earth. Nor has all volcanic l I' them by exploding and Killwl the pc" j 1 Beautiful
1I Lots
H ill'-. Catarrh Cure, ;, activity ceas-ed. Vast columns of I. rlj by burning and asphyxiating! them I j Fancy Goods, for Sale. f fI
An effort is now being made I
> F.J.Cheney it l''II., by a I
I ithe IIn1clII..titu- ( smoke and gas still pour from flgreat 'r number of scientific men to ascertainthe ; TINE CHINA TEAS, 40sl37: % feet at from $75 to $200 each accord-
crater and fissures have ,
">n the inarki-t. It iilly i-> new exact nature of the gases which j 31 South Palafox St. ing to location
j jTvroupht and
in dll''', from Ini i opened on the mountain sides and are I surroundings. i
such havoc. i Laundry Office. Pensacoh, Fla.PEXSACOLA .
-;""'lIfll1. It acts di-i j vomiting: yellow whirlwinds whit I 1 !

t..M.t| and inuct>uur- I I -- Exceptionally Good Neighborhood Beautiful View U
rush Intermittently, now from one ------- -- ;
Veteran Horse Racer Dead. i i
-' -t"i.!. They otTer one ,: point and now from another. Boiling : High, Dry Fertile Lands.
.1 ; ["I' any case: it f.u'N 1 Saratoga N. Y.. May 2.-\rr.. J.i i' ;:
I mud is nice! thrown out at times in 'j
i '-.r l'in. llIr.lnd lei ,,- i Caldwell the veteran racehorse start

Hi.-I j, torrents that reach the sea and pro-1' er. died cudJenly here today of a po.I CONSERVATORY ij f I r OF f MOB W( The grandest opportunity for investment ever

I i' J ( 'IIKNKY: & Co., < u<'small tidal waves.Amphitheater pl"\,}'. He was a native of Danville.! offered in Pensacola.

': 't'' 1- -t-. jic T..l.-dohio. From a somber, of silent of death j i Ky.. and was_G5 years of age. E. O'L CHAFFERS, Director. Home Seekers Should See These Lots. ,I

T. ., and desolation St. Pierre has become i ij Queenan Knocks Out Hawkins.
f I !II". Turns .to lonf'. j j! a hideous amphitheater of fiery, roar- j
'!,, Seattle. Wash., May 22.-pprry:
.1 vs In Mexirrl: Piano Voice Culture, Violin, Pipe: A. Clizlblbs
Ing destructVn. I
I "i k', !v ircf. lib i i | Ouftnan knocked out Dal Hawkins in I Organ Cornet. Mandolin) Guitar

I I"'i"t.! .1.-. both In cir-: i, The people are convinced that God |i the fifth round of what was to have Cello, etc. I

I lit angry with the island and means to been a 20-round fight for of Corner Garden and Alcaniz
t 1":1.1.! It IMS a nnm a purse $I.- I Also Director Pensacola ConcertI Streets.

I -pr.minis( out \\ulelyi! I r 000 at the Seattle theater. !'
: Hand and Elite Orchestra.
:r fs of a jello\\lsl I Like a Drownng! Man. ', -- ---- F.C. BRENT,
:8. W. K HYEB.: JR., J. B, RJ<:E8I'.
\ 'KMI lc estretury: ti ntFive' years ago a disease the doctors Dangerous if Neglected. I|i I Brass and String Music Furnished President. Vice-Preeident. Ceihier. Ais't Cashier
11 i I. d 1 in Burns cuts and other ,
:i cum state. It i called dyspepsia took such holdof wounds

'her \\:11',111; ur split I; me that [ could scarcely go:' often fail to heal properly if neglect-1 i: ill Oceasloas.s .

"-,' ", ii.arkalilt, thin; aliuut I'' writer Oeo S. Mar?h. well known I I I ed and become troublesome 1.1 i j Address: Escambia Hotel. First National Bank
i I.
r II!? cut tie! wtMitli 'DeWitt's Witch Hazel Halve prevents '
i Lan!, r. aid in the cots r'4 I attorney of of Xocoua Tex. "I took such consequences. Even Studio: Parlors of Fit Baptist: :;
quantities pepsin and other inedi- Church.
i K .ili!'iHuiely! ix-trffiwl' | cines but nothing helped me. As :'>i 1 where delay has aggravated the in-I i I .. ;
j'jnry DeWitt's Witch Hazel Sal -= .
n I' opni :air or buried 1 e'r: OF
drowning man grab at a straw ,, PENSACOLA. FLA. -
I 1'1 i"ii. tins timber hour r s. rabbed at Kodol.: I felt an im- i'j: effects a cure. "I had a running" REMOVAL NOTICE. ;
( !i ore on my leg thirty years, ;ays"'! .'(
: v\.uM! :n a fw jears '! proveinent at once and! after a few i> aixeoTOxmeWM. : .
H. C. Yankeetown Ind. |
Hartly. .1.
r. M. Iirt'l'rIMJt uIIlI'onl.J 1 bottles am sound and well." Kodol! i|;i H. KNOWLE8
I "After remedies I triedDeWitt's W. A. BLODNT F. '
usinguny C. BREN1 .V. K.
-.. !tat !'i of btuiie. i U the only preparation which ex- Dr. G. H. Tuttle, YER. Th
Witch Hazel Salve. A few
ictlyrerroduces! the nitural dig; D, O. BRENT
'" :" ,FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE ? tive juices and cote tju-ntly i i.< the;., boxes healed the sore." Cures alii' Dr. J. G. Heard 1

i. "'It r adinz nude the (obit'hit trout tgn tiniuHutTV. a p'lyf pre-' I'I only food trouble.and one cares Hargi which any* 1 Pinrmacy dijre-t corm of any(., mnach John good i ,:i onc skin('Pharmacy.Kahn..diseases.: Beware! of Piles John counterfeit Kheppard t yield to,Hargis' it Bidi .1-- ;'i'I DENTISTS. rmD!! ad Damask Bz w 1 B UAad! \ Soli I !I''J'JJ '

f Tile ingredients i, Sheppard, Sidney Kahn.DONT ney -- --- -- -- t i> lloonig 7 and !>. Ma 0 lie Temple.All .

,l -' 'I I I'at' money C III buy 'I I Know One Pare Hemedr branches of Surciral. Operative and .,
','ifieallv, combined: ir TOBACCO SPIT rer lID obstinate cold. Ida owe Li P+vr.Ial, j Alrchamralllratietryperlormedxtthte _We dealOni own Bills of Exchange on Great Britain Ireland :

'i!, -t value.V.. et' I and SMOKEVourLifeaway OEL9TORIA.. nical skill chGermany, France Austria Italy, Holland Spain, Belgium, Russia, Not "

f !1:1 I :S. Palafox stre SNn'se Kad; Yn.U Hate ". $ A Special attention given: to Childs e el's way, Sweden, Denmark and other European countries. .
: and Porcelain
Killings, Crown '<
f''u he cured or form of tobacco
can any us'ina and Bridge Work I
, t'r linweU With Caiicareti. dSlly. IK? maJe well, strong, magnetic: full nf Sglllt1lrl 'i#+- "Veaaels Disbursed the Most 1
ire Constipation rtv life and rigor l.y taking MO-TO-BAG, of a .tZG I/t{ '.est Material; Competent Kquipment. Obligations Taken upon Favorable Terms, and then I
forever Payable at Port 01
f. ii.druegistsretuadmoo [ C! it mal..s't"ak men strong Many cam -- 1)88'maaJon Ten or Fifteen Dal1 "
after Vessel
"TACHE ten pounds in ten ilavs. Over 600,0 00Dui Telephone. li7M. Arrives there.LI'Safety .
cllrc.d.11 drujjRists. Cure Ruarautrert.

Ill 111-;\.lUd 1VCUM advice: tKKR.Chicago: or Address New York.: SIDNEY mm Deposit Bozea!: for Rent In Connection

HEAD ; I with which we hate a Priwa Apartment for the Us. "

TQe BestUiQI81ey of .

o.b' 'HI liT tslteaudntfeelrhaveber {IF YOU ARE ire the molt fatal of ail d \"

A. .S and they are J1)e but mmt{ f UR BsRGsRS (,.
.t. T %t *A& )ptbeLmA@: : i>nis WE WILL
(nt'.Uh heaflatbe; tot I, FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE I
a n.ffcf yourCASCAKtTS, CURE l III ..:

tb 1'b'D' ,In:mendCascirets"tier bead almost For the next ten days I will sell ;: rULt Y'Si'i ._ come Writ IilunretMl towUy for oar t4not.
AS TEI'I''IID. any article now in :stock: at a-,, M-l II'e. what t"1l01'ful protram READ our THE LETTERS; "
.t Utpobit Ca Wtliburg, Dim.-iu we ere tttt ieiiinj.' patron and
discount of 25 per cent from the rep-1'I And tne Best Liquor ;_ I oarruva W.,givetunub tIP coo'incKl thai JOBaredraliDg
refunded. Conttlni of all kinds. I pur>'laitft of a bog of witB a tLoronghijp '
or monir served t .
CANDY ular price. Think of it- will l j I I or \itf ot Perfume Ilwu rrshe: fevwe. j jmnistolbrniarM. II'
you remedies rtcognktd by ani- Polite and Conrte tr 1 choir*of unie of ti, land 1
CATHARTIC ave $25 on a diamond ring or pin 1 I It I Attendants. ">11I"- lamp Arsretriq

where at regular price it would cot Mat physicians u the best, fCitCJdncy r.We4.r..I'PI:......n.' .'BffiSArSiATi51! >Mtrt l lfcoie
FULL MEASURE AND !;}9 t .61 tt'eanIwt. Rt
I F ini WMJJ *ofot>
I fW(D. See ; you !save "", cents onevt'ry and Bladder trouble*. | 1Ife .glee a &0-l>lrr Olmrr S.l-rn4 a
FUEDANNHEIS8ER OUlllTY. . I to\:\' -t--Lot a 1.-.l.IlIful,y"rroratrd and
dollar's worth buy. Now v/ ,." RrtamtTr.a"dtrrrod.fnilnntrr anlrt.w>. inn.wr .
w r+aCt suss natatatao f you T1tfCM *ra "niBrt p..s ... .eu H e. ,
3r I I I !is the time to buy your diamonds or W. A. D'ALEMBERTE.PARKER'S. BROS I *i2 gtepsnalaerder., h.Mb. ULL,01..1 BtSiW "lire iciair Chrtatna Kown ogv.'t's*.,."S IttIal'.ee. Amvra and: .

II watch or any other article in stock ___ Niijwivutt gores t.r..n..a. Vwine ;tiarhir.l. I
I 1 I I 1 AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED flood rr..'msPd to-dajt. OBI )1.-aJln.n.meJl..t.. '.. "ruIIl.,."} ,
Ivery 111 cunumtn lre.U r"T'e<1 wt anew ,
Call and examinee ftJ a trey :.I.-n.I
cheap. : pl..d "" n
ai 1... l'.tnt.. Taste Good, Do 1' I I. f nch E, Mure.I.mpW.\\", e hive mt arms won.'tlmnjna.. !-col'tt..rrqntrwl, I
\\'O':1k..n: or !!rll't.lOc. r:c. good Remember this offer I* for HAIR BALSAM Harper f tetey.M Ia '*.. <1 T.. 1.m ewe. tha!.Hnd!.&eo..ooto.., .It"r r-r the to W e...all.lly"r,., V.e you u daBioniy tt.w 'n wWrh l
RE CONSTIPATION. ... m- and btvufia tk. hir. ain House 401 8. Palafox lCaIIoIul1e. .M,.. AO.NEs 1nICatxG9.. "" loT r-ollPlt j1er .
only ten days. No trouble to show I Promotes a Inarunl street. wing D.&tdrl.y. t 'I
'q..y.t akgq 1......"It. earl.o !l7 Fails to Restore Or n R.R. Exchange-Opp. Union SALVONA SOAP Cor. ,
,' J. I. STEPHENS ta lit Youthful Color. Depot CO.. 12jh & Pine. St&
goods. = Buf ST.
0-TO-3AC o I .. "npa. '''''' P. O. Box 2S1. Pensacola, Kla. LOUIS MO.
?..:daudr''arst'eenby.h all Crag'tlitCToCaccuUablt..' Ii i I I 112 South: Palafox :street lOcaitd 1 Clkuva I.I I Phones 116-268. !!.i,


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i I MAY 26, AT 7:30: P. M. !
f The firmer Washington truck HIS GASH

house QlV t' t Z irragossa street was

-i the scene of apolitical gathering last -- meeting of the Democratic Ex- ,; A N Unusual Sale of Children shoes for Saturday and: M-.n,,:

the attractive feature being i ecutive Committee of Escambia *"*
A visitor who positively refused to I UM'M'AL I'iiCI

free beer in abundance and plenty give( his name and place of residence !;|I county will be held at the office ofI

of flan chowder. Naturally there I; Judge T. McCullagh at the court ]I
y stayed at the Lewis House last $1.50 I ?Iies'| Cross Strap Sandals, 1t' to 2...... ..... .. |
' y: was a attendance, the hill! be- 1i night and because he neglected to ,: house at 7:30 o'clock p. m. Monday, ; $1.05

1 ing crowded. fasten the window of his room he is May 28, 19u2, for the purpose of calling : .. .. .
$1.50 \lisses' .Blltton Fedora IH2 to 2.. .. .. ... $1| jjC
The meeting was called to order by this morning minus a number of : a primary election and to transact ,

Capt. 1-:. H. Putnam.On Ii i trinkets very valuable, and about such other business as may come $ 160 Misses' I-bttap Sandals, lltz to< 2... ... ....... . $1 I fK)

motion of David Sheehan, Wil-1! $,5 in cash. :| before it. C. B. PARK HILL, t .

liam rienmtt was elected temporary The gentleman was much wrought 'i j DAS MURPHY, Chairman j ji : $1.25 I 3lises'! Patent Leather Sandals: : 12 to 2...... ...... 7n;

chairman. up over the robbery, and was very I i j Secretary. i iAk

Dan Murphy was elected temporary !I impudent to the! police when they Yonr Dealer for Allen's"m.Ealf', $ I.25 Misses'! Red KiJ Sandals, 12 to 2...... .......... .. .. 75-

secretary. went to investigate the matter. Heis A powder for the feet. It cares Swollen,x>re, '
Hot,Cailou: *.Aching. Sweating Feet Commend ... ..
$1 I 25 Cbild'3: Cross Strap Sanda11i to 11.-
Oa motion of J. R. Landruin J.
quoted as saying that no one could : Bunion*. At all druggists and boeitorei. :
.:;)e. Ask today.
Ernest Burg was elected treasurer. help him recover his cash and valuables I r
i $125 Child's-ButtonFedoray13to11...... .. .. ,:.. .. ..
The temporary organization was and therefore there 05.

then nude' permanent. need to talk of the matter.: OR EXCHANCE $1.25 Child's I-Strap Sandals, S', to 11.... ...... ... ... '" .
95 5
i Ed. M. Poolty introduced the following all Forms of Itching He retired early, sleeping in a :

resolution, which was; adopted Scaly Relieved Humours and Speedily Instantly front room. When he awoke this JOB DRY CATTLE $100 I Child' Patent Leather Sandal;, Stj to 11..,... 65=

: CURED BY CUTICURU morning and reached for his trousers -
r. Call lOS West Chase and
at street
.M Wherea: The individuals composing Complete Treatment {$11, consistsof his hand passed into pace. In make your choice. $1.00| Child's Red Kid gDdal-,5tatoll .... ... .... . 65
/ the club here assembled, are 19m lOt GEO. W. TrRTJ JK. /I
CUTICCRA :"''HI' to e1"mthe his predicament the matter was reported ,

united in their advocacy: of democratic !skin of crusts and ('ajem,1 *.. principles; therefore, be it thickened cutid", ( eTft rR.OIST- "My Family Doctor" .

Revolted, That the club be known 4 4 MEXT, to ianantly allay iu-hiaj. rear of the house. They had been Blue Island 111., Jan. 11. ISwl.Messrs. .
Irritation, aii'i inflammation! and
removed the hook and burglar ELY BEOS.:-I have used
and etyled the Union Democratic by pole -
soothe and heal and C'CTICCP.V IlE-
your Cream Balm in my family for MEYER SHOE CO.
Club, with headquarters in the cityof SOLVES PILLS, t.) cool and ilean-.e : wno had drawn them through; ]nine years and it has become my ,

Petsacola, Escambia county the Moo. A :MXULE SETi often the window. {family doctor for colds in the head.
state of Florida; be it further sufficient to cure the mot turturin I ue it freely on my children. It is Feet Fnnii,lier' for 'a-It Only,
dUti;;uring, itching, burning: bleeding Among the articles stolen was a a Godsend to children as they are
Resolved,That we pledgeourselves scaly. crusted and pimply hu ,
to true democratic principles and mourn, when all else foils. golden locket and cut ;glass; bottle troubled more or less. >!' 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
respectfully, .
the support of guod and tried demo-I MILLIONS: USE CUTICURA SOAP, with silver screw. It is hoped these Judge for yourself. A trial size .- ------ --- -- -- ----

crats for national, state, county and aa,UWJ by CCTK r R t Ol.MMFM for btfiutlf}'. things will be recovered in some can be had for tbe small sum of 10 !
the f'Jr 'Jean.ln I LAW DEPARTMENTOF
Ing okn ( ;theM-a'.j,an.Ut. pplnif ,
cent Supplied by druggists or
ottices be it further
city ; I of failing hair fur .Ift'nln, and whIten.
< < ; pawnshop in the city.
mailed Ely Brothers 66 WarrenSt.
Revolved, That the officers of this ing the han;,for baby Itching and ra-lies by -
In baths fursnnucintmiaduns ant chafim-*, ., :New York. Full size 50 cents.
a--ociation or club, until otherwise or too free or o3enive per+piruon, f.r i
charged shall be as follows: many sanative, antiseptic purpo-ttfj wM!<->i TO LOAD SOLID Special communication : John B. Stetson University
President five vice presidents eu 'I purposes of the toilet,bath,ant nurwry.CPTKTRA CARCO OF CROSSTIES F. & A. 1\1., at j:30 o'clock De Xjaxid., 3-loz-icl.
(who shall constitute the executive G
: UEUENTILL* (Chocolate >
Friday night, May 23. I
corr.rcittesecretary and treasurer. Coated are a new, tasteless vlorleM. economical : Work in E. A. degree. !"JOHN FOUDES.. Ph. U.Pt eatdent. PAIIRUI.. LL R [>ea..
substitute for the e..lehulA'.l liiui Norwegian steamer Fane
4 t:!aid officers to be elected annually. KE*'H'rvr,ai well! ii f jr all, other Visiting brethren invited. Fall Term Commence AVeilneMlay, October I. I'.MCJ.

' Be it further up bloo'1 rule purifiers,containing and humour M>dusri ruri.,price In tiC.*<,rew- went up to quarantine at 6:30o'c.ockesterday HARRY W. 011569 i I TWO YEARS' COURSE-The Law Department of John B. Stetsun: l.-:. > .
Revolved, That the of meeting sod thnif nut thi world. Doir :'*, OnllnT, afternoon from Sew York W. D'C. KESSLER Secretary. i I a two-years' course, leading to tbe degree of LL. B

a pbc-J ft, Pan. jx Bntbii Ixpoi ;d a, ChL''-*''u.. y W. M. i DEGREE ADM11S TO THE BAR-The diploma of the Law Depirrni .;.:
+ UnJoo Trench Otpol. Ru. d..t: p.... P.-... : Btelson
or club rooms, shall be in the 1. i I'niveriity admit to the Bar
: PtiiTit ., : and came over to the city this morn-
the La1l'
-I"or .
| Announcement of ,
t; s.:. l.":-\ I: :
hall or room formerly occupied In l. The Fane is consigned to the Slit K IGHtS. ATTENTION I j I! sired information regardiog the Law I'epartmentadjrt- :\

. by the Washington truck hou t3. -- --- -- -- --- ALBERT J. FARRAH- Dean of Law Departs: :
;" Pensacola Lumber Company: and Regular conclave of Dr I. ...
On motion: of P. s :
C. Bibe the chairwas 252. ..9-5 =. : CoeurdaLeonCommandery -
1' er I will take a solid cargo of cross: ties No. 1. Knights
given until the next meeting to .
i 1 for Cuba. The Fane was built last at bOO p. m.
appoint the executive cjuinmtee. SOCIETY EnNTSI : Monday. May 20.SojourningSir .
ynAND ear especially for the Cubin cattle Knights WNNN W.fflJ'ii
Upon call of J. Ernest liars C.
I 'trade in which "he will be engaged are courteouslv invited. ..
M. Cotton addressed the club stated HARRY W. GIRBS,
PERSONALS ;after this trip.INFANT .
Gus EnzERecorder..
hi* platform and informed those ,
-- -- i.e.Stand <<

prtr.t that hewn a candidate for !52S2..S2S"2.sJS252.5'2.92J, DIED I ---- --- 1ft(

legislative honors. Like a Slone Wall.
Upon call of Dave Sheeliau! Jud.;e :1 Superintendent Cha. F. Zeek of Between your children and the
THIS MORNING tortures of itching and burning eczema BARGAINS
.\. C. Blcunt, Jr., addressed the 'the Pensacoli: Gas Company u in scaldhead or other skin diseases

club, referred to his former "nSher- New Orle.lnnn a business visit of a -- How? why, by using Bucklen'a --.
Arnica Salve, earth's greatest heal
mar,'* luck" and hoped this time he I few' days. Clarence Gilbert, the infant son of er. Quickest cure for Ulcers.! Fever II!( II

t would be "in the swim." He gave a'' Dr. U. W.i; ener, I'. S. N., and I airs and Mrs. Avery Bell. 326 East Sores Bruises., Salt Infallible Rheum, for Cuts Piles.Burns 25c.or l I>

word picture of the "next congres-- I family are visiting friends at War Rotnana: street died this morning at W. A. D'Alemberte's drug store, I| --

man" but did not name him "be- rington.i Dr. Wag;ener i* on waiting after a long illness. I 1121 South Palafoi street!

I eau;;"e another candidate was pres- i'i j orders. The funeral will be held at 10:*) Water- coolers- --that-do not EVERY DAY :: '

ent. B. B. Russ, the brilliant editor of[ tomorrow morning from the resi- ,.. waste ice, at the Willis ,

Upon invitation Hon. John ri. :the Tallahassee Daily Capital, is ,,, duce, and the burial: will be made Hardware Co.'s. Ii(. .

.i Beard addre?ed the club. He I here on a vi-itof a few days among at rjt. Michael's cemetery. "
: .light sure Ins friend Mount was : his many Pensacola friend Everybody has a rigiit to a little! : :
If you want a nice present to give piece of this earth. But they must
L.--ing to name him a* the man for Miss Ellie Hatterraer of Fort Deposit :o a friend go and look through the fight for it. They must watch their Itf

congress, but as he didn't he would I Ala., and Miss Minnie Finlayof elegant line of suitable articles at chance to get it, and get it. o-A.T-o <<
J. I. Stephens, you surely can find Thos. C. Watson & Co.
say that he thought he was the Pollard. Ala.: after a pleasant
ma something to please you. If you have some particularly fine bargains 1fL
A* long as he ra-ped his friend of : visit to Jude: Bonifay and family, want anything in the Diamond line to offer just now, and they invite -
t left on the noon train today. much! to be sure to see him before you buy. you to come and investigate same. -
the Democratic: League who had
: en- the regret of tl.eir niaity frieiids You will never regret having done lit-
ilor-e'l Lirnar, it was all right, but here. !Subscribe to the NEWS lOc per 30.

when lie week. L. FRIEDMAN
began to &
: score corpoiation -- GO'S
Mis E. Nellie Beck wise has retired ..

influence in politics and to show from the editorial chair of thor e Elegant china closets, .

that he was the logical candidate f ItartowCourier-Juitrmau.ingrace: sideboards and leather- .

the Inane to support, Chairman fully taking: leave of its reader and seat chairs at Marston .-c.

!:: tnnott touched him on the elbow! her many Polk county friend, announces Quina'sLow prices; easy
that she will visit her !sister NICK'8RESTAOP
and informed him that he was encroaching in this city for a season. payments._ __ RACKET STORE.wAWmmmM. 03
on the time of other --- -
GH\ IJ t XCl'ltlO:< --
t speaker "Better out than in"thathumorthat t.t(

Speeches were then nude by H. :S. you notice. To be sure that it's

{ Laird, K-q., and Judge J. It. Lin- out and all out. take: Hood's :Harsaparilla. NT ?

drum. I
"C The chair announced that they already

had the signature of about THE BLOUNT MEDAL -

: 600 members and invited those present
To \lobile,8aturday night June 14,
who had not done M, to si n the AWARDED TO-DAY I"l\"lnz' : the union depot at 10:30: p. DAILY MENUS ; 1 ---
roll. A number responded u the I m. Returning, train will leave Mobile Paxson & Hall'sTransfer. I

invitation.Refreshments. at 12 o'clock Sunday night, Comprise all the Up-to-
June 15 Fare for the round trip, ..
couMstiog of beer- t
Date Dishes the Markets IT' I I'I
J1.50 from ,
: Cantonment and
The Century
and chowder served gold medal offered by Hon.(
were aud
t hof same as }>en-acola. For further in. of the World +,
club adjourned subject to the call W. A. Blount for the bet composition i. formation apply toOIi Afford. i ,

'i the president. written by selected pupils ; ROBT. KING or i ,. i
-- --- i PETER
i i public school No. 1, was awarded byI' :
: "BLl'E )10\: 1) \Y." Excursion ManagersJ : SPECIAL ATTENTION I
i'the committee at the school thlttorniag ----- Ladies' Private ,I GIVEN TO VINI

No l' tp for it Any Hoi (0 3Ci Bosse iShjsett {J Foley's Honey end Tar I .

Haw ou hi good* feet food again pat Uan a goad interestingstory. minister the 10th grade. FpecUl mention cures tolds, prevents---pneumoala. Dining Parlor. ;;Baggage and Hauling. : Nlff .'INN/N7 \ iI1 1!

He says, "A little more than !; was made of the second best, by Miss Ice cream freezers thatfreee _
a year ao I commenced the use of i I Machinery, Safes, Pianos and
i Grape-Nuts Breakfast Food. At Celeste Robe of the 9tb grade and of quick, at the Willis Regular Dinner Furniture Moved Promptly at
that time I had been suffering from the third bet by Miss Effie Duncan Hardware Co.'s. Daily. Short :Notice; also Conduct.... I
dyspepsia for about five years.> I of the 10th ,
had tried all the remedies my friends( grade. 1.1 I tST.CLAFl-4
told me about but with no permanent -- --- NOTICE U hereby given that on June 25, Short Orders Promptly I
TWO ALLEGED : RULWAI COMPA11'11: \ apply to Filled. Night or Day. Livery Feed
My Sabbath duties at that time the Governor of the mate of Klorlda for let ;i and
nearly prostrated me and the flawing ten patent amending( Us charter so that -- With a Gas Kange-0 I
I of the second article thereof: shall read as tot
day was no use to mys olPOISONERS
ARE lows... ; It !t'+BOmethln6 Good to Eat Sale Stables.I :
or to else. is no longer a blue Mond !
anyone :: i be general natare of the boilnesi to b e you with,you'll find it at
After beginning the food a "'transectedshalt.: be the
change aeq UlslUon.ow n411-
i I I with it's heat and steam and kindr-; I
began to gradually take place and -iip and operation of a system of street"carlineiln .
ARRESTED TO-DA V the City of Pensacola and vlcmity Nick Apostle's Zarragosia and Jefferson Streets, I
the and Those
gradually dyspepsia disturbance and of a line of railroad from a point annoyances. housekeeper I
left me. Now I have gained "In the t'ityof Pensacola to tbe fensacola Ofposite Place. j* Telephone 251. who ,
twenty pounds and am free from --- Navy Yar, to Barrancas and to a point o Popular Restaurant value a good servant can mar j
"pomti on tbe Unit of tel -
: stomach troubles that I suffered so Detective Frank County of Etcambla,Florida Mexico( and all the in th acqaiiuion -i the work lighter with a Gas Ran;' !
long from.I Sanders arrested ,01l nerihip and operation of inch HARRY .
tracts of land buildings HALLHARK. as it saves time and labor as well '
can do twice the amount of work this morning a man named Joe other property -I WNNMn
ai be, in the
with ease, am well all of the time, tttneticial may to the opinion laid railroad of the directors -I Manager Transfer Department. fuel. Its facilities for all kinds i
and naturally sing tbe praises of the Duncan and a woman named Sidney for its operation or for the making property of- II .
delicious food that baa put me rigs t. :Spears, charged with proflu theretromsnd! tho!production dit-1' I I cooking are infinitely superior i
I am perfectly willing to have my 1 I food for poisoning .po'.r inbutton In Escambia and tale of County.electric Florida light and and[ If you wish the very best I Marston $ Quina are sole coal ranges or stoves r

name appear as endorsing your excellent use by a family on East "theacqauttion.owDeribip and use of all ice cream freezer at the very I!agents forth celebrated
\ ?
property real and
food, for I know from personal Zarragossa street. personal which may oe
They will appear 'neeeitary or expedient therefor, and the I lowest price the Willis Odorless
of its nIne ,
experience refrigerators
r; t'before the Qlnl of all lawful acts requisite for 1'1f1CtIlg Pen IISOI Gas Co.
4; Danforth. pastor of the first M. E. mayor tomorrow morn- the aforesaid" Hardware Co. can please absolutely guaranteed a ,
t W H. or
church, Haverhill Mas*. iing. SORTHUP.:39nawlw
: fresjdent. I\you. refunded.
money No. 3 S. PaUfox St. Pensacali, FU

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