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 24, 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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CHEMICALANALYSiSG lion.the Joseph"Builds American II.up Kidgeway Anti-Treat the System., Secretary Society, i,j j MARTINIQUE j SIR JULIAN PAUNCEFOTE I

!! the following letter from thrand e j II

Central Hotel, :St. Paul, Minn.: I|
wals: That "Pc-ru-na is Calculated to "It h with great pleasure that I en- ;: MAY DROP

Tone up the System, Restore the Functions rtorse honest ppruna medicine a.-, ,, ,, i ian DIED THIS MORNING I

and Procure Health." competent ; INTO THE SEA
to do all it ,I''.
SO SAYS PROF. L. d, MILLER, CHEMIST it I several have ---

times and knowof M r AT ANY MOMENT REFUGEES The Distinguished British Ambassar"l
nothing that

,euros to completely a 1 1I MAY BE SUBMERGED. dor Succumbs After Long Illness. i
and at vthf ,\ t
I same time --

11 : I? builds.. up the t '"- 1 Special to The XcW I -. -
s} tem, "- Z
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... : prrlbl to Ta: New
"I hare recommended t y. Fort de France. May it.-Admiral
it to Joseph Ridgeway.a 1 1VahingtouMty 21,-vir Julian
number of my 1 .... #<- . !hjervan, who ha- just arrived here

friend and always e1 that I do them aservice :, on the French cruiser Tate from Paunctfote of Pre-trn, the Britihamba"ador I BUYS A ROAD

fur I know how tatUfactory the I : Washington for many
results invariably are. I only wish New Orleans, has cast a new fear:

every family had a bottle-it would cave years, and a prominent meuil-er of
i the thousands of
among; pauicstrickrefir.ree "
iiruoh sii-Wnens and doctor bills."-Joseph i hp"cial to TheXe s.
London and social circles I
II. Iidgeway. I; in this city; a: a remit, the ; Sa\aiuau. i.u.: May X:>,.-Tha
? I died this morning at 6:30. S-jithen rail: "a) has baifiht the Afr
Feel Hotter Than for Fire Years." clamor to leave the bland: is greater
I lantK1. Vniilo.-ta; and \Ve tcrn railway.
Mr. James B. Roberts Ind. Lord Pauncefote had been ill for a I
Taylor, ,
I I today than ever. The drat was mad in Jacksonvills

C writes: long time and though his death was last Monday. -
"I am at the present time entirelywell. I I The cruiser Tafe made a careful \V hen President Samuel Spencer, of
I can eat anything I ever {could.I not expected so suddenly his friends ,
the Southern was in that
examination of the entire island on railway
took five bottles of Peruna, and feel I if
and relatives were not unprepared city the deal was: IOnJll'ted.:0! d.- '
better now than I have for five years.I her way here and as a reiult Admiral
tails of the purchase are known her,
\ have doctored with other doctors oft for the worst.
if t! Servan declares today be fears the but the positive announcement thai
and on for fifteen years, f>o I can recommend ]
medicine for I Early this mornin his physician the deal has been made comes frontan
your very highly I entire north end of the island
stomach troubles. I take great pleasure may saw the patient was fast loosing official! who is in a position to know.

in thanking you fiir your free ad rice : drop into the sea at any moment. The Atlact'.r. Valdosta and Western
and Peruna."-James Its Taylor. strength, and fearing he would not has loo: miles of road. The main Tina!
I I Admiral fiervan; : suggests that a extends from Jacksonville to Valdoa-
"I hall live until the break of day, they
Enjoy my at I fwd to.-
ta 11*) miles and branches and
ti I I trocha should be established immediately spurs
Mr.J, W. Pritchard, Wolf Lake, Ind., j; aroused the family who were with make up the rest of the mileage. The
writes: I I across the land to keep the company owns valuable! terminals at
"I am pleased to that I have beea :! Lord Pauncefote when the end came.
say ; inhabitants out of the dangerous I Jacksonville, and it is said that theca
\\ cured of catarrh of the stomach by Pee terminals are what tempted the South

\ runa. I could hardly eat anything that :j ditrict I Special to The News. i
agreed with me Before I would pet I '
half through my meal my stoma-h ;:i; Mont Pelee is still throwing red I London, May 21.-The first news cf I ern.McDnffie's

hr would till with gas causing me muh hot sates over the entire northern Tasteless Chill
I the death of Lord Pauncefote, this
fli1 t F + distress and unpleasant feelings for an Cure will build up broken down

t lNar, hour or two after each meal. Rut, '>parrot the island. Passing;: steamships morning, was conveyed to the Brit systems and make the blood rich and
I healthy, certain cure for chills, guaranteed ,
thanks to Peruna I i i
your am now completely -
say this deluge of ashes ex- ish Foreign office by the United or your money refunded
cured I
can eat anything 11 i I 50 TEXTS. ,
want to without any of the distressing tends out to sea for 12 miles. States Embasy.The Sold by John Sheppard, 405 S. Pal- '

symptoms. I can now enjoy my meals afox street.TODAY'S. '
New crevasses in the volcano are ___ ___ _
om'cials shocked
are greatly ,
& I Uc-ed to d<>, and it is all due to Dr. \ n
Hartman and his wonderful medicine, constantly opening and adding ter- and expressed deepest sympathy for MARKET REPORT t.
rir to an already ever burdened andterrorized the widow of the late ambassador. .t!.
: "It has;;; been one year since I wj ..
; r cured, and I am all O. K. yet, so I know ': populace. A grave realization of the deep BY l'f \COL.\IiTOCK KXCHA> r
I am cured."-J. \V. Pritchard. __ Kast Government Street "
I loss, which both the United State
I Dyspepsia i* a very common |,ha.;eof :

l ; PROF. L I. MILLER, summer catarrh. A remedy that will'' EVACUATION OFMARTINIQUE and England have sustained in the STOCK r

cure catarrh of one location will cure it Open Hiz h. Low. (,'lose. ,
anywhere. IVruna cures catarrh wherever !I death of so valuable a diplomat as Sugar.,12 3.i lfI!.( 128?. 129 .
located. That it U Atcti....
a prompt and )12 blJ34 its 80'i!
Lord Pauncefote has proven to be, is
1'r f I !, Miller, late Professor of Chemistry and Botany the High Schoolof [ permanent cure for catarrh of the U. S .... W-4 ..krlgIOt.. -t 1.i
Y[":..HIM.I.1h!,-h., writer from 3327 N. Clark Street Chicago Ill., as follow: I stomach the above letters testify. !i i freely acknowledged. Ill ...;..15312 15-112 15312: 15-l1. :V J

"A* ,-.'\"-sal: .if my fnonilj have t=jx>ken to me of the favorable results obtained 1 If you do not derive prompt and sari.b- -pecial to The Sea i. L.&N. 1394
'L. :No action will be taken ia official )1. 0, P 100) 100 !
u.l.h u IIf Ppruna, especially in caves of catarrh, I examined it mo.uLv et factory results from the use of Peruna, I 1 f9'JJ..
.. j London, May: 21 -The Exchange: Man 5U? 13.113i 133
'' : 1-arn: contents. write at once to Dr. Hartman, !giving a I circles, in all probability, before HtPaullil5
"1 f "HI it .-"mlo.ed of (extra!"of herl \nf your case and he will ( Telegraph Co.'s Paris correspondentwire Penn ...H93 IJJ14 lilac! 171iy nisi

: ., .':,'.in''l with other inzrcdlents, delicately balanced, calculated to tonetr I toe pleased to give you his valuable advice that, owing to the alarming I Ii I Monday, except the sending of pri- K,;IP. 65' 6514 119'b 1)i H93.65
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;'.! -'. -t.-n, r."t.irf the function and ,'ur" health. U. P...
pnr I gratis. i character of the latest news from | vate messages of condolence. .1Jij5.11 1(1E511 105/. 10ts
"/ consider Pervna one of the most skillfully and scientifically prepared' Address Dr. Hanman, President of I i --- - -- T. C. I.. fit 6.V.,, f| 65 I
medicine. uA/tA the public can use with safety and success."...PROF. L. J. i''I The Hartman Sanitarium, Columba10kb. :Martinique, Acting-Gov. L'Heur- C. F. I-IUU12 IU2?8 I00'_ 10218

M1LLLR I re has been instructed by the colon !'VOLCANIC ASHES NEW YORK

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--------- *bet to reconsider his reviewof
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- -- ------ --- .' NEGRO BURNED AT STAKE i Open. High. Low. Closer
i i -- the situation with a view to thei FALLING IN TEXAS May ....916 823 IJlfj 923 '

""* TIII1.1:1 'i immediate evacuation of the island, i July .i>93 904 &92bfiO 9i12 J
Thousands of
I )
Block of BargainsT ; : : Participate I I ___ August.!'6l &2 871
? ,:,\ : WIII l : Cremation Black Brut. I II j jj ( .. ..
Hept S06
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JNOTAliLUON I II Special to The News.
\ I.ongview, Tex..
j I May 23.-The culi j I Oct....795 795 791 795Close.

-\ I mir-atlon! of a man hunt which has 'i Corpus Christi!, Tex., May 4.- 'I.. .
been in
since last
progress Saturda
Passengers\ who arrived on last CIIICAGO-WHKAT. '
; was reached yesterday when Dudley DOLLAR SESSION i
THE BIG STORE -: Morgan, negro, who asaultcd Mrs.I Mr- I j I: I night's train from Laredo, Texas, Open. H ilth. Low. .
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Kee, wife of a Texas and Pacific foreman -- report that for three days what July.. 73; 73J 2.\.8 i33;
j .
'; Sept 72 72'72, j2-
I 1 at Lansing. Tex., was burned at Special to The NWashington ewt.I appear to be showers of volcanic aCOltN.
-. I 1 .trl. FlUe Uingham Hem Sheets Bath Towels : the stake. When it was learned that .

ant Madras the negro had been raptured and was I May 24.-The pre : ashes have fallen there-. Open. High.60i Low Close .,':

Swiss Lawns 1'ic values :roc ('adl 50\ luen BIPRehedTurhtsh : ; being taken to Lansing for identification :! diction that the appropriations made : July .... 6it 62sa 61?,' 6'}{ :

for Hem. P. Ca-e. Towels the excitement of the peop:e( I;i by congress this session will ward I Ask Your UealerforAlitn'dPax
.. i i'': Knew 110 bounils. I Ij I powder for the feet. It cures Swollen,"ore, ji-'
fl.5I) $2 ( and
: rant calling it the -billion dollar HotCallousAching. Mwcating .'ept,Corn.I s
4c yard 12\c yard 1 _124' each. (:!.6.S doz. :. j By 11 o'clock great throngs eta j III j and, bunion At all druggists and sh oe NAVAL BTOHKS MAHKKT. '"
( II' gathered at the Lansing switch, anlooking d I session" has proved to be far from I!j!I stores.i>c. Ask today
i I Sported Dalll for The News by i
over the ground decided
to'I i'I'II | accurate.
!b'IN1ED! CttRSETVAt T j Union Naval Store. Co.
Parasols" make arrangements to burn the nE'
A careful study of all bills TWO BOYS AREGUILTY
LAvNDepartment.. DepJ.rtment. I supply J-
abo'it a quarter of a mile away on the
;;'" 'rl..r .\' 4"autttuttlhortand 15c Off FO[. .. ..39C \ ', line of a county road. A better plac@I large and small, shows that at thej! WW._... ..... l1 tlfl H ................._slt3 : !'
)1 'dtuniCorsete; wa a 5.i G. .. .... ....
L.t. gale Whll.,Pink and For. .. ...69c I could not hate been select.!d for the; ) outside an estimate cf the total ap- : OF MURDER N-...-. ..-.- ._, 1n F ... .........._ 1 131,,
Bludfor in All Ftae", Goods For. ... .. 9c M.._.._......_ 6.. ,. ._..._.....-i 25 !II
convenience of
TbU "PPIt ) the home se crowd' B ... .._........ ., i''
IJc yard 49c each i j propriations for the fiscal year, end J D .....___. ..... I :91
eeour We Waist Silk Glorias $J25 ....
: which witnessed the burning for it ;I --- 1- 1 W c 4 below.._. 1 20 f
June 30, 1593, will not exceed j
i j jed jins
( was an open place, smooth and cover Special to The New. SrI.IT. TCKrCKTIKI. ..
with grass, hedged in with higtrees $773OuO,000.i '!j The total appropria- "
\L\1'TIfiu1 GE."ITS'. OE\'T 31 8ilk' Alpaca II Sylrania, Ga.. May r -In the
2001 superior What for
making an opening about 'lions for the you pay extracts Is Important :
(l'i' NIGHT SHIRTS 8VfiER Coats and 'eats current fiscal yearmade court here James and but what
nment. I Henry Sum- you get for rj
I your
"EIGHT Great alue yards wide and 3"0 yards long. The j money u US
\ 'I i.sad LnU' Sainaook I : :! I'. !' by the last congress wa1s73u,331I,576. s mers. two white boys who live near time Important. BurntlCt Vanilla cost j'-
.- trees were literally lined with peop 1 ,
yarn > ; ; This would mean an Woodcliff In this more because worth more.
"' :u, Bt andUNOERAR an hour before the arrived. county were conj -
75c to negro
$2.50I' .increase in the appropriates byj j vlcted of the murder of
j a named
negro I
Bc Salt Just before 11 o'clock the train' i
Half Price I( this of Isaiah Williams. Ldacete Your Bowelt With Cxearcu.foreT.
50c I less than The
75c $1 congress $15,000- Jury recommended
98c SuitVorthDouble bringing the negro and his captors j Candy Cathartic, Cure constipation
I near where he was captured arrived| i ii |(OuO), but increase of expenditure them to the mercy of the l9cLSe.ItC.GC.tandrulBUUrettindtaotV.ym r.

/ !i deemed it necessary and fully justi-i court and Judge Evans sentenced the ,
i in Marshall and was met there by a! :!
IF..X'I'TRl"XK8. Fishin Tackle j of tied it. to the penitentiary for life. You never heard of any one using !; ,
throng people.
[ great ;
n' Foley'a Honey and
'?I Vats TRA\ HAT : The crime was committed and not be- illi
.I. IlilltBtlOn l'anBma and | The prisoner was taken to the sec.1 I There is now a balance of $137he ,- cember. last De log satisfied. W. A. D'Alemberte
) .r .'IC, CRAB SETA tlon house, which stands close to t i UOO.OOO in the hands of the treasurer. The evidence showed that 121 S.Palaf ox effect h'

:! i. tilnrrte3 For 50c i! track, and Identified by Mrs. McKeejand I .__ the body of the murdered man was 'I{

\ See the New :and all kinds of ; several negroes who worked on' A --2-- *.. ,.1 = found burled in a branch, and that the I will repair your watches and 1ln
,:eefor fl iaetheminwlndoa Dresser Trunk. Sporting Goods i ) the section with Morgan. Mrs. Me- 'F. Summers boys had been in possession Jewelry In flrat-claaa etyle. J. I ,i III

--- ,) Kee told theal they had the right man: of his watch and pistol, which they dl I. Stephens. II
posed of to other
and the negro was escorted by about 1 j Strong Food parties. All kinds h
ICE BOXES Gasoline i ; 200 men armed with Winchesters to They did not deny the killing, but of chairs and

Hammocks t-; ...., to t 50 Shoe Sale if.VV i Its j>lace of Q ecution. 1,j i claimed! that the negro first shot at one rocking chairs at Marston ,'

f I. Stoves i r : Morgan confessed to having commit f: 1 giving I longer of them before they killed him. A Quina's. Prices are very ,

$1.00 to $3,5 Refrigerators Still ColiuufSf9 ; i 1 ted the crime and after being securely '! .. staying power t i: motion baa been made for a new trial, low. i 1 '

i chained to the stake or rail Section i' -
1111 to $32, $3. $4.50 $6 \ I "I Never Knew
(1llHUiam \ Foreman "IcKee, husband of the won 1 than meat Pain Killer to Fall tysf.Eatwmtop! the Tickltng

u S an assaulted, applied the match to the j before, what can the matter be? .s taI Ifai4talaEammWoatot3.f\roa&. j::'

faggots. Many women were preae Grape=Nuts i thought where so 1s ; the it i i9 bottle not Perry? There Davis'PalntUler I BAilNER SALVE :;;
tram the surrounding country, but o 1eI,
at all, but something the the moat h aiin 'n idf '
obni) Olt & 'oli. Ii l>t to the great crush they had Iltt druggist! must have made himself irv | tM wor .

opportunity to see the negro until the 1 al.Grocers and I did not notice It; I have used Ice cream freezers that
heat forced the crowd to widen thei J Painkiller for years for diarrhoea,

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1 ,1' ,: ------------- DEAD AMERICANS HONORED.

Cuban House Declares May 19 a Memorial Good enough

Day. I
New York May 23.-The house has!

adopted a resolution says a dispatch I! foranybody !'

from Havana to The World, declaring

May 19 decoration day, and a motion ,
expressing sympathy for American soldiers TILL HAVANA FILLER

l k killed in Cuba.Representative ,

Lynaz withdrew

from the chamber and vowed he would'

(- never return because his motion re'j\ r

t, Is. girding; honoring the flag of Narciso

Lopez was tabl d. Lopez was a Venezuelan -

t : filibusterer who was shot by

the Spaniards in Havana in 1S51.1'ickpochOts .

tE are reaping a harveston
4 ,- the !Frado the principal prom.

enade. and crooks of various kinds are /

I doing a rushing business.A 0l

5 i NGr'R0WDE11,' policeman! who attempted to ar- 1 afLORODORA'BANDS

I rest: a crook was killed.\ L
t, + V
Fifty-nine Xanigos, alleged to he a

secret order of assassins, have been

captured by the police while new members

were being initiated.! The new I

members were in the act of signing!

thir obligations in blood when the police

\ arrested the entire party. The

Nacigos are greatly dreaded throughout .

' / Sweethearts of Half Century Wed.

If you wish the lightest, finest, I :\eY'jrk., May 23.-Thomas J

Crouch. *I years oM. of Topeka, Kan,

= and Miss Mary Jane Lane, 6S, of Duel
healthful biscuit cake
Jr sweetest, most N. Y.. have Just bern married here

:say, ; a Rutland Vt. dispatch to The

and bread Royal Baking Powder is \VorM. Fifty years ao Crouch and
_. Hiss Lane were residing in Huel The{

i were rneaged to ht' married. their

If indispensable in their making. engagement was broken' off. Shortlyafterwards
There nre imitation baking powders, made I Crouch moved to Topeka. :

from alum and sold cheap which it i is prudentto Miss j Lane never married and recentlyher

avoid. Alum in {bo-1 is poisonous.ROYAL sweetheart of half a century asa of same value as tag 1

returned to sick her hand. "STAR.' JRUMNONO''NAr"f .
BAKING POWDER co., 100 wiuuv ST.. NEW '"OAK.I. .
I \\1iat Dlnlorbed Him. II i iMtejrtes '
f f.7AZORand
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I. II I : -I hear you upset a plate of. i
F<>up on Miss Smith's gown at dinnerlast ;
I :, night Tobacco j
New York Police Have Running Fight I Claimed He Stabbed Another Fatally) \Vigcles-Yes, and it '*as awfully ,
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With Cracksmen. I About Young Lady. I euibarrn.s.i'itr.; You know it isn't polite I -

THE BENEFIT OF ST. Niw YorkMa> :3.-ln a wild chase I MEETINC CALLED FOR MONDAY Florence, Ala., May 23. -A young ,I to ask fort sicoud plate of soup.-Chii How Ale tour Kldnrj.Dr '. j

afu-r burglars l throjsh Harlem street white man. named Brewer 18 years i| cago News.I HoM ''' arainsP' inBlefrw I
MICHAEL'S CHURCH. early today 40 or 5u shots were fired. 'I MAY 26 AT 7:30: P. M. old. was stabbed to death near Iron I j Add M rlu.i: lUmcdi r' > j jC

Ube burglar \Valur White, was shot C7r)'. Tenn.. Wednesday morning. Another I P'oley's Honey and TaliJ peI .A. S TOn :c.i".. :"
in the temple and killed instantly. I -- young white man. named Cater I j culiarly adapted for asthma. bronchitis .an t6. e l-d Y.. I .- :'eL .

At the residence of Hon. and Mrs. Th. robbers thrrt in ruiniber were A meeting of the Democratic Executive ton. is charged with the crime. j!I and hoarseness. W. A te
dittovereu: leaving the store of an r D'Alemberte, 1211>. Palafox -treet. LV ,
is u'
W. Blouut East op- It paid the two were at a rhur'hFathprin (
A. on Wright street,
Committee of Escambia !
titian! at :"uOS Third ,
avenue by a where Caterton accused I
a lawn will be given Tuesday
party vvatthman. He followed them until will be held at the office of
county : Brewer of having made false statements
May 27th, for the benefit of $:it.Ijchael's W. B.
he found a policeman.;! Then the pur Judge T. McCullagh at the courthouse about him to a young lady WEIGHT>> GOfflPfiJiY
) parish. ototj:*)
p suit "aa on and the robbers began: Friend. It is claimed the two men then
for children evening hours following at ; ::{f) o'clock p. m. Monday,
m. ;
fchooting. Tae officer returned the fire.
engaged In a fight In which Brewerwas MANUFACTURERS AND DEALER ..
for grown people. The pub- A few blocks further along one of May 2ti lSx.2! for the purpo of calling stabbed to death by the other. I I 1

lic is cordially invited."Imtd the burials, ftl.! primary election and to trans- Caterton then fled and has not yet ; LUMBER LATHS.
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By time
ten policemen had been captured. ,
such other business r
act as; may come
StUtic KtieumatiHiu; Cured AlterFourteen Joined the chase and a Instant fire 4iJI
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Years f f Mifierirj. was kept up en the two remaining belore it. C. B. PAKKHII.L SAWED CYPBE 8 SBINGUS..Klin-L:

"I have been allltcted with sciatic; robbers who apparently} had exhausted DAN MURPHY, Chairman. WEEKLY HCIIEDUH

rheunutim i for fourlef'n"f'ar*." their ammunition. At Fifth avenue FOR STEAM DIVISION :, PE !oJ.\COLA. FLA.
says Josh" Kd,.:'ar. of Gerrna'lltownCal they were surrounded and after belnC'luhh..t :Secretary.Like .
"I was able to be around, but I't 8\COL.-\ ELECfatICTEItM1ItA'
constantly suffered. 1 tJ led everything and beaten they surrendered. a Drowning! Man. HAlLWAY COMPANY
Several bundles of valuables which ROYAL STANDARD 'm IE\{ \
I could hear of and at last was "Five a diea-e; the dot-:
years ago
told to try Chamberlain's I'ain l.ilm, they! had stolen! were found in the Trains leave Pensacola for the Lltll
t irs called dyspepsia" took such hold Bayou, Big lisyou. Warrlngton,Jvarj Yar
which I did and street wh the burglars had
wa immediately dropped
and Fort Barrancas ateYea.marrlveatFort
relieved aud in a short time cute), them of me that I could! scarcely go," 8 Years Old, in Casts of 4 Fell Quarts, at $3.20 per car

and I 9in happy to say it ha notsincereturned. writeJpo K. Marsh, well known Barrancas TI3.i __
Noiu; of the policemen! were injure 10iiu a.m.arrive at Fort Barrancas 10M..1: I h
; ." Why not ue this iu the fight attorney+ of Noeona, Tex. "I took IOOp.marrlveat Fort Karranoas 1-5p:
: 8XO m. arrive at fort Barrancas !; WHISKEY: di-tilled i at 'he X.-l-cn <
liniment and get: well. It is for sale: quantities: of pepsin and other medicines p 4:1P o -
IISpm.arrive aU'ort Barrancas 'I':ones: JL Ky., Distillery: lid l ifully matured in w
all and medicine deal
by druggists; : but nothing helped me. A; a -
Dead Calm In Strike 80o: p.m.arrive at Fort Barrancas 8:44: pin
Region.Wi'.kesbarre. bottling it i i. :absolutely pure and n'"< "
ers. drowning man grabs at a straw I Traina eve Fort Barrancas Fenw
Pa. May 23.-All the grabbed at Kodol. I felt an improvement cola at celled ii quality 1)7 a'y Whiskey of the .am .

I rtistiUt 1 leaders hare? gone to their I at once and after a few 7:15 a.m. arrive at Pensacola .__. soo., all DO matter where pr..Juotd. The Royal :Sta '1 <
c3 # homes the headquarters of the United bottles am sound and well." Kodol :t op m. arrive at Peneacola.! .__...l1:4 5 p.D is eightyears old when bottled, and, eon'idt'its
I I is the which 2:00 p. m arrive at Pensacola 2:46 p.D ; excellent quiiity.; H the cheapest WIll!>k'
Mine Workers was about the quietest I only preparation ex- cab p m arrive at Pen aeola "_' 6:4S p o the
flue signature It on every box: of the len1line place hat could be found in the coal ', actly reproduces the natural dige 7:00: p. m.arrive at Peneacola.____ 7MSp. market at tint pnc". Ai a beverage ui .'
I live juices and consequently. is the 1 I:45 p. m.arrlveat Fensacola._._. Lau: p.r > an absolutely pure stimulant, there is none I b>
Laxative Bromo-QulnlneT.bleta regions today. The only persons here | only one which digests! glldfood 't\.tnrdaYlonly Shipped in ca eo- i-ontainiug to marks what vindicate
Hhe remedy that cure cola In one day.i directly connected with any .
the miners"strike and cures any form of stomach FARI FOR WEIE: DAYS content: If purchaser, up.m ex-ii:
were National! President Mitrh- : trouble. Pharmacy 1. the whiskey, is mint atified with thermal .
i'ntrhntirU of 1'lrJurrn. Harris'! John Pensaoola to Fort Barrancas and morn Alt i
Of all the quaint and varied !'ihtl5h01"D foil and District Prf''il..nlsif'holls.. : Sheppard. Sidney Kahn. Pen;aC0Nht0.'aYrYard and retnrn.IS: I I t can return the s-aine at our expense and l'>
YemacolatoPalmetto B ach and relorn IV will be refunded.
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.. Fah"y and Duffy. Reports from the ,
to the |pt !MII:; Mranjrer. eiy '
SUNDAY IOHCDUDK. orders should be accompanied by '
and .\nn '. there is wane outlying! districts! this morning were to TOBACCO SPIT
Navy ) "
I DON'T when weather permits the running o EleatrtARSOLD currency, postoflice money order, bank draft '
more attractive than the otliceiV guar the ffffft that a dead calm prevails : I and f.MO''KB open coaches pre-s money order.Ve refer to First N.t
tf'l"sin the maIn guard of the citadel! 01! everywhere. \i Your Lifeawayl I II Leave Pensaoola. Lv Fort Barraoa L D Bank or any merchant in I'ensacola.
__ I You can be cured of any form of tobacco using I a.m. loam,
Valetta. I-ons :zo some other tin I caMly. lx> made well strong, magnriic, full..] II a. m. II m
the time hang hoary on his hands \Vlioopinii euuh. |II "w life and vigor by taking Mo'r0-BAC, I p.m. Sp.m i
i end baying In him )U-i-ides a turn for I that ten mats, wok men strong :Many gala Ip.m Ip.m a S. A. FRIEDMAN
I A woman who ha? had experiencewith pounds in ten dan. Over SOO.OOO Ip.m p.m
I .tkftchln! Itt>thouht hm to draw spur cured. All druirjri.ts. Cure guarantee llo<,k- 4 p. m
this disease, telU how .let ana advue spm
to (
prevent FREE Address STERLING p.m.
+ the bare yellow washed:, wall of his un- kkaIEDY:: co. Chicago: or Xew York 4J1 p. m. Ip.m S'H.E 1'KOr-KIETOK. I'E.VS\f'LA Fl .\.
in colton any dangerous! consequences j
garnished ri-om a picture PAR FOB C?DAY
The next officer probably thought h 1 from it. the ays: Our three chil Pe&saooiato ort Barrancti Navy
Slit KMGtlTP. ATTKXT10X 1 ard and return_.__.__ I' O. BOX IN. TIU.I'IIJ: r
& |I tIlSKE1
could do as well or better and he too dren took whooping cough lat sumner. : !'en I.cola to Palmetto Keaob and .
left his handiwork upon the walls and our baby boy being orly three Regular conclave: of rfltarJL_______ 16 --- --- -
fit years rolled l hy there ;grew up t months old, and owing to i custom, now firmly establMu-d, for every them: Chamberlain' Coi';h Remedy .[derv No. 1. Knights!; bulk or bottle, wholesale or retail, at ; rice-- :
regiment serviiiR In Malta and ding <> they lot none of tl.eir plump- ''Templar at t b: : nee< and camp out in much better :May: ! main guard duty to leave behind: i health than other children: who did SojourningairKnightare AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER.

remembrance of itself In the shape of afkctch not use this remedy. Our oldest little courteously invited. $2.00WILL

on the walls In pencil chalk o: girl would call lustily for cough HARRY W. (;IBB :,

!' paint Thus now, intend of plain uu syrup between whoop*.-JKS-IE Ors KITZFX. Recorder. PAY FOR THE WICKED
g lovely walls! exists this quaint irrrailar PIXKEY HALL Sprins>ville, Ala I 1;. 1 .
'' patchwork of pictures, well know Tin remedy is for ale by all drug- ---- -----

throughout: the services and to thus I gi..t and medicine dealer. SCHOOL HI'LIKS: Jacksonville o* Plumber Gas and Steam
-- -- Fitter.
who use this.highway to the east. .
( hi nil lftL.hpm. ,
--- At C, V. Itioiiipfeon'i No. 11 South
China is making; arms at a treat Daily MetropolisFROM I
No Ix>HNof 1 I lilt'. 1'alalox.Brides :.
rate, nil the Vrnt No. 5 South
I arsenals Palafox
bang at
I have old Chamberlain'Colic, I the standard lines of stationery t'P..t.
Chelera and Diarrhu' t Remedy for work fell time At HauLow over as"oriaucu I i we have, in tints, with envelopes NOW ,, All Kinds 01: Plumbing: and Gas Fittings MttertahKpt.,n MS- .
years, and would rather be out of are employed iu making field] : to match : .KI.KFHONH ""Jl '_ r..., .1' 4
coffee and sugat than it. I sold five 1=11'1". M.tu-tr' rides and ail kinds of'I Royal Crystal Bond UNTIL DECEMBER I, 1902 I .
bottles of it yesterday to threshers .,.niuiiiitii; : !including! smokeliss! tow Kurd's Holland frond I

t that could co no farther, and they d,T. .nd at an equal| nuinber i i Ladies' Art Stationery.
t are at work again tlii mornllJ .":' artuupl.t.ud ii tuniiiis; out a like1product. \ Foreign Mail, Etc Covering; the entire scope of the .Au : :
H. R. PIlE!.}':', Ph'mouthOkl:1ho.: As i Arti..tlatf'rial. Office Sup- Political ; .. very
treaty !stipulations pr j Campaigns of the Year.
will be the 1 plies, Memorandum Book Etc.
ma. As seen by abovethe built: the! importation of foreign armsinto *, I
threshers ahlp"to All new and bright.
were kepp on ; AIIDKKSS 'SCC'CESSOR TO "
China the Lome LKOI K
with their work without losing a production particularly
single dav\ time. You should keepa in view of the recent (exilerl| I T'he finest line of umbrella in the I: CARTER & RUSSELL IMPORTER AND JABBER OF

bottle of t hi*remedy i in your home. ences. i hs stimulated a degree; of activity I city is at J. I. rjtephen?'. Oo lookat PUBLISHING CO.
For sale by all drugiri-ts and medicine not often witnessed in any Chinese ; them.

r dealers., indu"try. ,I ---- JACKSONVILLE, FLA. : I HARDWARE.
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Stand Like a Susie Wall. j I j Seasonable household I

Between your children and the : and kitchen utensils at the PICNIC Iron, Nails, Axes, Shovth, Ha M 'f! 1.1 -' -ruhoat
torture of itching! and burning eczema BASKET i; ..Sapplie!, Cooking and Heatin. ,< .v'm..'. Oils)

TMifn.tnrei ca evpry box" CDu"etaxath'e .scald head or other kin disease Willis Hardware Coo's.CA.8TOn.XA.. I Window Glass, Guns, Pi-tol, .aui 1't II.- tickle
t -How? why by using Kucklen's DANCE .<
Bromo-Quinine Tl ieui Arnica :Silve, earth's greatest heal Agate and( Tinware ana non'ernrni hiug (jooils.AOENd .
i UM reuedy 1W cart cold la one daj er. Q'iieke cure for Ulcer Fever BY THE .
You will have pride in you own Sore! -, :Salt Rheum, Cut. Burn ii r Bears the lie wed 1' HT.e 1'.t'B>:;I I ,." : FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL COMPANY

flower gardens if they are on your Brnie Infallible for Pile?. 2Cc. 8sutue -rl--- _- Undios .l.xijc.ili/vi-y Revere Giant stitched: Belting, Northampton!
at W. A. D'Alemberte's 01 Emery
own ground. Your husband can buy ; drug store Wheel Co. Liftin
& Rand
121 South P.ilafox BROTHERHOOD LOCOMOTIVE Powder Co., Johnson'ii Kil-
home and be cau do it now, although )- street. .
a -- somine. Iron )ling and Buck &tIlV"s and Ranges, Wm.
he may think otherwise We will launder your spreads foi ENGINEERS i i Coups & Co.'s Raw Hide Lace Leather, Maurv'i
very womau wants a home of her CATHARTIC. 15 cents each and make them look Made Railroad Color*.
a' own, aud if she will have a talk with like uw Star Laundry. AT

Thus. C. Watson Co., the I -- i; Masonic Temple 3 Pensacola Fin
leading Real Estate Agents, they I Magnolia Bluff,
how it is to .0.. '-- ,
her get -
can show easy is --- -
t:.. 5tIt. rIota.. Toe UapPJ Home e7 '.
---- stamped C. C. C. Never sod: :n but8tart k PILLS

Marston $ Quina carry of the dealer who tries to ieI!l furnished home. Marston and ,:31) P-<<'1i-or.ar41. .."J.1'.v.l* c..s.. CVRo.8 i"AGt C for cn. '
Trains at 9:30 a. m. p. tit s.i7r. rt -** L.tle. rare trM 1 Y 1 tl a p!. ; ,
' line "somethini just as good"r '., br CltltIE TU" t.: t.LIs8 8.u.atW irnubuB lit aI' aISED.rtU.14
to the largest matting, $ Quina ...
can supply you I as.. "' .w.t4 SM to rakim. afagCetSOtet .
Transportation 25 CENTS .err ... r.tea.taerRrr... J frrwuu Crautuc. Y&akU.&OIN flTHt
' t rugs, window shadef, etc., with all needed in the way I rl-+. /CDs..._sere.a ,..t.....twa.U..u4..tnrrgur hi sia.. .. M. Ct( rcJta! rrnror0o1Wn4ua.
in the city- We lay out Rubber hose, all sies, at of house furnishings at the A number of handsome prizes will l :' .. .YLp..., J.f I'eetr.ter* T..1aI... GaIM TM 1' felt) Oy Draal.te,
be awarded li-t of which will be! Litter/rl.i/n."r.iel.... ..,. ..... CP. D.a.L of tent la pliii Rre: .
: a I .no. l ft. V ........ f. A it IT cjprtt, repMl, (
i- matting free. the Willis Hardware Co.'s. owest prices cash or credit. printed later. I satAaUJan."...U.!la4_l.e.e",........n'*,.1 JU.I.A..,..+,.,|f4<. I I I j '1 Qr 'DrcoUrT } S.a.t.p t+,tlln,t.aW.L Tt



,- '7""> ', .">.,-' ;;.W ti..J.t; '. "'" 'i'1."J ':...L... ,, ?"'-Mfltf. >.M.>if. -.L ...: ; ..,.J ..-. .:- k ,.... -;;-:,: ....



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Good enough EXPLOSION IN MINE F The Indians Were a

the sake of saving odd I


:I, pennies! do not buy an inferior ; .
anybody { fr ) Sturdy Race

\\ Opinion of Experts as to the emulsion of cod-J3ver} ai\\ when ;> Over Hundred Miners Caught _ dL.f cto d u o rnntctaaa th&l 4a root* ,

))1)MN ftLE Ir Coal Creek Horror a&rmthan Zood but. drank :Nature' purest' rem !
Like Rats In
; \ you really need Scott's Emul Trap. taY-Water. ,t.
i I .

Rescuing Parties Are Still at Work In : Scott's Emulsion costs more \, r
/ :, Mine Horror Reported From Fernie, i'/
!' I I Lithia Water f
the Mines to Recover Dead Bodies
; .
I to buy because it costs more B. C.- Efforts Being Made to Rescue

but Experience Great Difficulties | Imprisoned Men, but It 1 Is Feared ?a/ positively caret Eldn.r and Bladder tror
I d blei, Rheumatism Lumbago sad all kin.
From Foul Gases and Tons of Debris.Knoxvllle. I II to make. I Many Have Perished. rg I dre4 dlse&sei.

\ V For sale everywhere-shipped anjwtiere
I Tenn., May 23.-A special The difference in price is : A ft Once ule It-never without It.
Fertile B. C.. May 23.-A terrible explosion

::1 to The Sentinel from Coal Creek I I II occurred at 7 o'clock last even. Harris Carbonated LithIa Water-an fI
L'1 18)8 that it is the opinion of mining pennies. The difference in II 1 unexcelled table Water. Nothing can
I ing in No. 2 mine, which is connectedwith I I compare to a drink of Harris Lltbla
experts who have examined Fratemlle i 1 Ginger Ale.Booklet.
I I results is pounds-pounds of; No. 3 shaft and also with the I"ree-tull of Uitlmon-
coal mine. in which tbo terrible, explo. I 'I. I
I high lines shaft. All three openingswere I lliu uf curel,analYIIII,etc; write I
aba occurred last Monday morning, flesh-and days of new :, blocked. One hundred and fifty n HARSh LITHIA SPRINGS Co., ,
that it was caused by powder dust i Harris gyring,a.C. I
men were in the mine at woik at the
; A This it is suggested might have re-i!! strength and comfort. I
:; time of the explosion.Of ', _
suited flora improper ventilation in' .,_ I.- 14

: thu mine, which, until two years ago, !I The consumptive and others this number 16 escaped from No.

*d3 unquestionably considered the i 3 shaft before the cave-in. The lemainder CALL OX OR TELEPHONE
i\ eaMt in the Cual Creek belt. It is ': who have lost flesh get; more are prisoners and small hopes :M W. MARSHALL. Pen-acola. Fla. J! tilt

Mated that the Fraterville mine wasdei'eudi'nt i i are entertained for their safety. ...", *s: ;

on th. fan at the Thistle cod-liver oil into their systems !! Good order prevails and everything r ro.- DR. MOPFETT'S I Cares CholeraDiarrhoca.Dysentery- :!; :: 1"h

mute for Utah air supplj there being: I possible is being done to relieve them. "!.',.,. t'T ,anil ; p
no f<.us at tLi entrance to Fr lll'f'iIle'nllne by means of Scott's Emulsion The fan Uisalkd but the Bowel Troubles ol
was : wa
Further investigation will, huvv. '. i I g.,.G;" W1 LLl rJt( I Children of Any Agt. : f

w'x / evt-r liKelj lit made to ascertain: than in any other way. ; quickly restoied. i f : fJ; |Aids Digestion Regulatei .' ,
'i : No. 3 is expected to be ol'el1o'd sonOne !I .p BAD"pi" J TEETH I H G POWDERS! the Bouels, Strengthen
vhuhtr: any gas tit-jiositb! were peuetrfTi Send for Free Simple. .
I of those wLo escaped: a boy, hatj: the Child and Make t
Costs 25 cents at .

1U'S "BU to C. JMOFFETT.. M. D.. ST. LOUIS. MO. :
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eight and today in their efforts tu ic- : VLOKhNCE. S. C., NOT.2';. 1 '".-I was Rrst our family pbr,:ciaa in Charltalon to ike TEETHIN'4 I .
heavy fed es ftf coal having lanenI i iI TRAVELING IS DANGfROUS. with vur baby a's.ii I.e b:.t very y<.jnij infant si a JentIve of c- .c anJ lo arm aol, pwetten theetomach.La'irlt S(
over tIt.a',1'.110'5\ \ a:; none have been mas u-tulm! t'cthms trouUu.aalitsejc: tbas Un f .ant' tobesOTerybfneilci: land...rree from daojPfI
I to block further passage. The mining! : Constant motion jars the kidneys ;!'lata'ei. 'n'.'qii'ltu;">Ttt- ,.-euf d'U"i and aLn;arrups.thai we have .melon-card It, afvr use a ih Uir.. .
bioufcht i ut siwf 2 o't.ln"kterday, I "',,.dren,a<'r.e..I the no'C..sil.s "hen there i-i anew baby in the b.'a>e aoJ untIl tbe tr ubles are over aajf f
when Hie comber! was 212.! Of these cars are piled in heaps In many places, which are kept in place in the body | a Uk p.-asare m recutumt.lini: it tonur fi.n>l< m.u-i.1 of the IwrriJ, stufl that tn many |,"">ple 1 u<"to k\.cp t'."
': indicating that the explosion was In.. by delicate attachments. This i is I baby quie4- UAUIWELLX AVEIU 131aua,: r Daily Times and WetLly Timwi-ilessenserJ: l
all save thrpbne been identified. It "
''RGDORA BANDS 3 revalue i I some re.spects akin to an upheaval : the reason that travelers trainmen, I
is still a questiou as to how many remain Do ou *htomakeallttJl'E'Xtr' I
as tags from in the mine, though it is thoughtthe i These obstructions will have to be ". street car men, teamster* and all BOYS and GIRLS!'I niuncydui> Ing spare moments IIsf .'i"! r .
who drive much sulfr; from >, readily do by sell.ln ;
.' } moved at least in part before more very you can so 111 1
.: ; !'! : IEACCWPEACML1ONEY4/ total number therein at the timeof sales. An article for
kidney disease in some form. Foley's our "Blueine. <" P" rent, commission on all indispensable .
The bodies are recovered. Many are Lej j bousphola II'''. Every UJy isutllghted when they see it. One shret makes the fines ;
,:. :: the explosion was 226. rca I lieved to be buried beneath this debris I Kidney Cure strengthens the Blue-utter you *v!TUs.>d in tbe "'a-U. Write unlay: betore your territory ii. taken by" fill
nu-r encountered very great difficulties kidneys and cures all forms of kid some one rise and we will s-nd by return mall: one dozen packages of I
::.7, if ald l.RICEGREfNVlllt in the laet entries penetrate, bothon j, The chairman of the relief committee ney and bladder dUease. Geo. H. Wben you hive! toLl them return Us sue., retaining the balance. iilr., as Ylilur cOllimf.:1, ,
*Ion lJuot bat '
> delay write at once
| sent out from Knoiville announcesthat HausanJilocomotive Lima
Tobacco account of gas accumulations and engineer. Allre-t. GhKNN MAM'KACIL'UIXG: CO. Dept. C IH Box lit. 1'liila. PaU
i it requires J..i'O per day to provide 0., writes, "Constaut'ibration of .. : ;

actual necessities of life for the the engine: caused me a great deal 'f :
J JI of trouble with and I TIME TABLE.; :
Wan's Others to Know. FOLLTICALANNOUNCE1ENTS widows and fatherless and to give other -( trot no relief until my kidneys I used Foley'sKidney j t I

DeWitt'Little aid that comes in the province of
% tiii-ii "
i. .-'Tfor constipation and the relief! committee. It is thought the I 1121 S. Palafox Street.French' ;
\ '' ud tl.ty are all ris ht. I real enormity 67 the situation is not t ,i loft

: ', id..
'.sIr:(1 a ..'ood tiling; weuu:{ht --- .
--- "" cities have on that account failed to i New York May 23.-The de. :
I ; : ..
"I kuow it. writes! Alfred For Sws-t----;; I Xoi. : .' .0._ No R. I I I ..0.1, No.6. i i7li .If
'l :itii.v. III. They never I The friends of Hon. \V. A. Mount respond. C. M. McClung is chairmanof I I cision of the United States : a 12:1 m l1:'). p Leave... Pensacola ....Arrlve 5W a' ':001 p 11:00 P : t
.'r i.J.-trt'u.' !hure. !safe j>iIU. the relief committee in charge of district court of Chicago granting Samuel ":5" a :!:21: p j i I:'":! a I.tan...... Elomaton------ Leave !::i5 a 2i3; p '':25 p t
I hereby announce'hiui a* a candidate i, 11:01' a .::rp I I :5 a Leave ....... Mobile ... Leave 12IIln't: IU5: n ::1:00 P ,
; I"!. tz ii&ry. Jolm Sheppard, i for :rftate senator from thi, the /Sec-I all contributions coming to this! city. I Eherly Gross the author of "Thei ... ..__... "::'i',, 1JO: 1\ Lesve.Nww1. ) .. .. Leave 14.1 p 1:251\ .,-_.

:. K ii it.PUBLICITY. end senatorial District, and r 'pect- R M. Lindsay is chairman of the relief i I Merchant Prince of Cornevllle." an in -North. j';

fully a-k the! ?upj>ort of all Democrats ': committee at Coal Creek. (")ntrl- I junction against further performances .

---- ......,... - for nimat the cominir: primary. I) lions may be sent to these gentle i of "Cyrano." on the ground that M.I No. 2. No. 4 I o. I No. I. :

men. I Rostand's play contains plap arized situations lIn5 p m iI5 p m Leave ..... l'ln'acola .....Arrlve ':110 p m 5(0) a m'us I' ,
FOR For Representative.The a m Ii p m I Arrl\01.. Montgomery ..1.1'6"e 11:15 a m 8:11. p m 'i i
friend /Scott M. Loftin take : has filled the playwrights oi 11 :5\1 am [1\1'; p inrrlve.... BlrDllnitham .Ll'a\"e ::ai a m 4t'5 p m I I
itl5 pm 3JU" D1 Arrive......Nahvl1eLeave ... ..... .... .. ,
him -
thi of announcing as a A REVELATION. I France with astonishment Par.I
THE PEOPLE. mean says
:I!:*') a m '4:13 a mrrtV6.'I .... Louisville ......l..ave 815 pm !::45 a m t. ..j
;1 candidate for Representative in the SIf you will make inquiry it will I is dispatch to The Herald. M. Ros 1::!''am 1I:5jam ArrIve .....Cincinnati..Leave 5e! p us 11:15pm .d '
Legislature from E camhia! lap Arrn'" .... t.Loul..Lea\"e
county, m hpm I4Mpm ;
be revelation how Is far removed from
a to you maiysuccumb land at present
i\erj: Hord Costs \ ou a Cent, and they desire; the support of all I II
to kidney or bladder I the boulevards having sought retire PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION. I :
cud Eery; Wrrd is Head Democrats iu the coming primary j troubles in one form or another.If ,
: ment in his Pyr<>neau chauteau. Hisfrienls "
By K\erjhoJy.; For Reoresentative. the patient i is not beyond medical No. !l-1)atly No 8-Dally I No stop where time not shown No. -Dally (INo. tDsUy1mM i.j
.... ... ....... _-_-_- "Y"' + 'II aid, Foley's Kidney Cure will I still deride statements allegIng I
;;: :;" :;":;" ,; The friends of Henry C. Clopton pm 1:1\1 a m ...._ p..uucolI.Arrlve 10:50 pm 6D1 ;
| announce him as a candidate for cure. It never di-appomts. W. A. plaparlsm on the part of the 12:15 night 7:13" IL..ave... .... Collema ........ IOaT ,. 1\:111I"pm .I '
'I'NJ : TO LLNI D'Al mberte 121 H. PaLifox street. French dramatist. 12::;) 1:1" ... .. YDll"stra ......... If 10:1' If I 1101"; ;
, ... -. ----.. representative in the Legislature : : UJ\ 1:1.. .. ....m..Escambla. ....... IO:8 5:51 .. I I
from Eseambia: county, and request ---- --- : ; 7S : .. ..... Julat ....... lO:53 I 53 ,I'Ip.
: :: : : : !
: : ii
i' L \N--on uou "nold f urnicn. I : : :
\\ 1 the of all democrats in the \Vh)' the Doctor Felt Dad. Freight Sheds Burned; Loss $150,000 .: \} 1.oM .. ... ..- Harp .... ..... 1.1:21: 5:0 I,
-! "> aud all kind* of pr- support I ..... ... ... .... ,l',
i2S '
) I
1J.'i" C"lt
City 10:1 .
Buffalo 23.-The loss by fire 57":
his May -
:v. Term fy strictest coining democratic nrimary. :, "Dr. i'.iiigluuii's badly used up by ,. .,
: IM" 7- I' ........... Milton... ...... If 10:10 If 5tJ":: I "
i i teit. Apply to A. A. tuber, H last c-hV" !1 last nieht which destroyed the transI _... If '
case. 1:30 am..... .Oood Range...... ...... 4.5: Co r
i ifllf1 "tr"t. l For Representative. II ...... .... .... .. .,
"1 should He I fer sheds of the New York CenI 1:56" S:15" Holts .... 9ii5: 4:85: :
i, The friends of J. T. Fillingim, of | say so. pronouncedthe freight 2:\I" 8P .. ...--.... lIIJI2aD ........ .. 8:\I 4U , \ > ..r. lIon improved realM es- 1 mutt him patient dead and Bent for the undirtaker I tral railroad. together with their contents :!:s3: ,: !I::* If :: ........ Crestvl..w......_. 8IS ':00 .
'I ,':- or iniall amounts at low K-prinzs; announce a a If
81.' 8.M If .......D e..r Land ..__ 8ji Si4: II t
when bhe life.
.-: ,' .ill! on Lfil.o t;. Brooks candidate for the legislature: tub-1 I came to I is today estimated at $150,000. 3:2::* II \IIJ; If ...... 105Sy head ...... I M:1): SI" : ji
|', :<5. falafox bt., richer ject to the democratic primaries ofj: "He ought to be glad; of It." B. J Lester an employe of the rail I 4:03": 8aj" _beFunhakCprlflgL. II li 243 .. ". J

itmlm I July 15, and a-k for him the support : "Not at all. Having; pronounced thepirl road company, was killed while working 4:1 t:44 _......... Argyle ...._ If 7:e4 2:81 Co tl'
4:4' 8:5; .....Ponce dl Leon..... 7: '9 !:IS I
I.. 1 .'.\\ -IJO you need money? of all democrats. j dead he considered her recoverya to get cars out of reach of thE 5OIJ" 1:1') _. .. ..Westville .....- If 1:11 1)1): to ii '
5:11' 1):15' .. ....._ eS I I
I aryvIll8. 1:1! "
i r.iw any auiojnt you want reflection his kill. Denver .M. : i:4
: For I on fire, the origin of which is unknown. "
i t.rnn ft.1,1 lowest rates Representative. j 1\\1": 1tII' --------Ronifay-----__. I' 8M I 1':1 t'I
\ i .: I'ji''.on mproved city real The friends of Chas. M. Coston an-I Times. 111'; ) 10ti II .........l hlpley .. ...... 8:11: I::0' .1 ,'i .'I
iA .u ri-uer. :iin1, riojth Hala- III&! S. tJl/1'( II _.... .Cotton<1ale....._ If 61S I US'! nooJ I
In-tf j flounce him as a candidate for rep-j I 710" 11:25". ....m..laflal'na ........ .. 1\\:'.) IU" t
1 entative in the legislature from I In the ItPMlanrant."What 1o! I 11:!5" ... ..... Cyprp ... ...._ If 5t'4"! 11:.., a as \
,v \M 'III BORROW MONEY > cambia county, and they ask the'' Lave you got today?" A WEAK\ STOMACH I 11); II 11:52 ,. ...Cramt Ridge_ 5at:! II 112" ,.
1. .. "- ..... .... .. .. If ,. 1
:! .n-ure your pr',p?rty, pro- -apport of all democrats in the com- i "Kei-fsteak roast beef corned" 7M" Hti! noon ' 5:1" 111:50) .. 1.
u .1
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8:13 i3lS
.1 : :!-. buy or dell real e. Arrlvt.RlverJuuctJon Leave fii'J 10M" i
>U': iv nf uy'diCriptioQ, have in? primiry. I "Il't.'f"l1at! are you talking about When the stomach is weak ,
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i >: *iur taxei attended to, food remains .
Do thiuk I am l'ierpontIorgan, your undigested,
"' !I'..,. r::o, C. '\"at50l ,t Co. For County Treasurer.I I you Buy
GOLAY a new garden hose :
I and fail to receive the = =
....I i !artace agents Fensai announce nivself A candidate for i irenommatio. to afford such extravagance? Bring you prop ,
1 I' JT..* mi>d: 'ra'e Ioveryon6 do tote er nourishment from it. Try a
for the of me a dih of terrapin a pate from the Willis Hardware
.!! position
'mi '-- ini [h... will lend moni"yt : dose of HOSTEITEK'S STOMACH i Grist and Corn Meal Mills 1, : ,
.. salad awl strawberry shortS :
In :d a lIoi1-l>!. 'Hd-tf county treaurerof K-cambii counIty gras some BITTERS after each meal. It .
*nb]>ct to the action of the demo cuke.! "-Washington Star. I Company. "

--I'-" ,. IC"III----_ -----.... I cratic primary. j : will digestion aid the stomach and prevent in its workof DYS- !II. F. GONZALEZ & CO., Prop t, I _ :. ',1I

.,1\\ J. W. FRATER. I Ij fthe Pride. i'
I" '' v t'I''I..lrouIII't I'El'StA, COXSTIPATIOX: BIL- Mancfactcreri
I ,
: -: -. .-...lltt-- j For Tax Assessor. II | "'1 he greatest race across the Atlantic IOUSNESS, and NEKVUUSNE.SS: I CHOICE MEAL AMI Pl'Ut GUOrNl CHOICEST .: J,
that I ever heard tell of- began Try
1.-1..1 :. IIKUIA. =TJI}. I hereby announce myself as a it.HOSTETTER'S STOCK }'. JD.. : 1
1 the racing skipper. ..
candidate for re-election as Tax Assessor -OF-
\\r-I -- in i I'nia 'i.i-i--. "Is the Irish of Interrupted Patronize Home Industry for there li I i
for E-cambia subjectto course.
hi county
: < i : *: uiI4l h !I..l'.k
: should
reason Meal t.
.. every you buy your and I!
'.., >..V'IVIl"... -, xp.-rt : the action of the democratic primary Hooligan. Catholic Standard and STOMACH BITTERS.PROFESSIONAL Stock Feed from the Home Manufacturer I lilt (I filtH flflLtrrflT a'irnv ;
: [
'. '. '. H..nt..I. "& "'l\tur. July 15.; Times. for by BO doing you encourage home Indus P1111 ll UII I IINIII I IIIUT :,
i'mi-.. '- .- :nu.lij r.lIlt.I.'.'e-po-nnn.Moicr guaran- \V. W. RICHARDS try. Your money is left in the community L I ( u [IIIV U'' III"I I II I 11111 1% I ;:j!
Karbt-r VJ
and Wi5555
s...l "r: 11La _ you in turn are indirectly benefited. .
ni-Jtf: --
The J1Iuf'IIt04.'klulr. In fostering the home manufacturer yoc :t11
-- ---- i For Tax Collector.I I contribute to the cause of labor. You owe -AT- I ti
.t.t. ISt '\'UIlIo'cl. When they warned the bluestockingthat CARDS. and '
I hereby announce myself a;; a. tttothomrnunitylnwhlchyouliye
\\ \ '-" ,-,-'- -IC ,I -ol1ctor111- cal didlte'for re-election as Tax Collector 1 she would certainly wear herself .------ which contributes to Tour support. C. APOSTLE'S : : .j '
pay .
out, she laughed nt their fears. ,
"th" for Escambia 11'
":i to rijbl one. Ad- county, subjectto '
.. : I moltf the action of the democratic primary I "Darn nie If I do!" quoth she cheer W. C. ROWE, M. D.Office .
i I Town Pocket cutlery and scis 14 East Gmrmeit St. t
: July ily.- Topics.A
\\ Hlllc'ci. : : ITS S. PaUfnr. I ,
15.A. _
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D'ALE.MBERTE.. i u the finest to the
--- II sors from Ii
Formerly Cordova
\\ 'IJI.\TF.LY-A: fir-t- _ LESSON IN HEALTH. Hours from 8 toW a. m. and 1 tD 3 p. m Restaurant Stand :
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'111\: '.J ii rap.ibleof op"rat- I For Tax Collector. and after 7 o'clock. cheapest, at the Willis :: ,
I I!
;> : -: .'"..r for South Africa. an-I Healthy kidneys filter the impurities
The friends of
Henry Bellinger
'* I.. paiJ for competent Phono GO. Hardware Co. to $2.00 per dozen. ,Y
"! :, -: nioiuals. Free paiiaje I nounce him as. a candidate for Tax from the blood and unless theydo
_ _ _
Y: .1 mil this health is -- i!
ytarIy vneagi'ni"ntI Collector of Ercambia county, subject ; : good Impossible i -- - -- .- .. !
.... m\I pit I.....-.y-:! person office mltf of C. I, to the democratic primary to bei i iI Foley's Kidney Cure makes sound -- I
held 13;: lf J and ; and will positively cure all !
i July request the I kidney i
\V u "k ii\ ( .....rlni lad)" -Althnil1 i support of all Democrats. 1 1I .! forms of kidney and bladderdiseae.I I' I

i .- .. ,''u.Ir..n: support. Sew. .-. I -- It strengthens the whole svstem. F.I
S -:''"\",-:i.ti,}. )Ifi. \Vil3cin.t al'-nf, For County Commissioner. :I I \V. A. D'Alemberte, 121 H. Palafox Elaw's One-PriceCashHouse} Ii

I The friends of J. W. Brewton of I street. !

\V '\' r 11-\11 k'ltliSt o, empty beerS I district No. 5 announce him as a I ----- --
"":'.:- rt. .\. KariDMAX., oovttflae candidate for re-electiou from said : Ilalrtsms from the Northern Wood I II

-- --- --- district, subject to the action of the I are ID Ly-Baliam.the ccrUm curs for couth I
I'on'Al l';. I ...
July 15. I '-- n -- I CUT PRICES :
--- -- -- i primaries I II IN TWO !
Do want a magnificent watch
I I' f : most desirable lote in I! you .. .
o'. easy terms by the Usher For County Commissioner.Mr. for little money? If so, call on I in :
'- \gncy. 201-, Houth Palafox !I Frank Johnson hereby announces i i Stephens, the jeweler. He will accommodate .

I'atm i I I himself as a candidate for you. 10X))yards Dress Hwisses, worth 63 21) dozen Ladles' Lisle Thread I 50 pieces Medicated 2Mnch : 11

l'tL.I.LtV. relection as county commissionerfrom ; I I yard, 10 yards for 30 cent I Vests! worth 3-5 cents, yours for 20 Diaper, 10 yard8 in a piece, Cotton worth '4 11 31

I district four, Escambia cents. SGc for this
9- county 1000 Dress sale, GOc.
yards worth
". 'MR BROWN LEtIHORNS will of the democratic Dimitys, ,I I, .
subject to the Wade & Son :
tock and Eggs for sale. 7lsc, 10 yards for 45 cents. 1000 Boy's and Men's collars, 100 dozen Ladies' Fast
atVillis Hard ware Co'a. IWtf voters in the coming primaries. He broken sizes to close Black, Full ':1
out at 3
doe this for the reason that he 1 5MOO yards bleached yard wide Domestic each. Seamless Hose. regular lOc goods 1 :if

I I.\.I---It G(-)()Ie.i." 1: wants the office and thinks he can REAL ESTATE .< ; 10 yards for 45 cents. 200 Ladles'Iadras and White for this sale, Btfc a pair; t pair for .
'I \IUH REIR) E-MaDufaoturer ; be of benefit to the best Interests of Waists, worth 75c and f 1, to close at
i : :"aiCr !n1.alr: (Hood, Hatl Toilet \ the whole county. If his friends 2000yards unbleached Sea Island 4c. 100 dozen

S' I' air oil,l'to..It.V W. Government I i iI i and the people interested agree with Rental Agents aii( Money Broiers, yard wide Domestic, 10 yards for 451 j Hose, in brown Men's, red Seamless and HaU I t

him, he will appreciate their sup- cents. 50 pairs Lace Curtains, 2l yards oc a pair. black, for

I.." lt 1'51iie'ral. port. 28 West (;eminent St. j long, regular 75c close
:!::, :. j j 2000 yards Embroideries, regular 45c. goods, to at '-> dozen French

V '..r.14 F R FUNERALS: furnlened For County Commissioner.I price 7J2 to b>zC, 10 yards for 45 cents. Stitched Under.8 Shirts Dropped-

v X .t. x' 'ctm' bouquets special designs hereby announce myself as a City Surburban Property and : 25 dozen Large Turkish Bath Tow- close at 25c each. worth 40o. to
Moreno, 8.3 Welt I ; to
;: Gregory 2 dlm.OWER3 candidate for re-election as county 1000 yards Dress Pique and Ducks, els, worth $2, will close &tl 20. match

commissioner from district 2 of Es- Timbered Lands for Sale. worth 10 and I2ic, 10 yards for 85 20 dozen 30 dozen Men's Fancy *8trlnrt :
I F1..() Vjig&. cents. 2Jx38-inch Bleached Lace Under Shirts 45c
::1. :_ __ 1 I cambia county, subject to the action Towels, for this sale, at SOc dozen. era to match. Draw.
( ". : and of the democratic primaries July 15,
floral tesIgn.Ia 1000 yards Dress Cross! Bar, worth
.v .-. ,. designs ordered for Customers, and ask the support of the voters. Rests Collected Prompt Returns Made S.jc 10 yards for 50 cents. 35 dozen 28i42-incb: Towels, rez2 dozen Ladies' Black and Colored
)Jlett Moreno, IKS West nlar tOe ,;
g .' Gregory.2 JohN G. WELSH.For goods, for this sale, 9uc Bilk Taffetta Waists, regular price I
25 dozen Ladies' Bleached Vests, dozen. $3.50, to close at |2 ?0 each. 'j
County Comminloner. Valuable City Propertylm- I with in neck 6 for .
tape vests 25 500
Law School. The friends of W. A. Shelby here- cents. yards White Batiste Lawn, This sale will positively not

UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA.a by announce his candidacy for reelection proietl and Unimproved, regular 12H quality, 10 yards for 5c. for longer than one week. run

mountains. Sid: Summer. July as county commissionerfrom for Sale. ,I
;P 'mb"r I. lo. By the Law Faculty. I district No. 3 of Eseambia

,' a. 'n.o beginners practitioner: tocandidates who have for lacked the county, subject to the action of the List with Us your Houses for Rent. F. E. BRAWNER'S ONE-PEICE CASH HOUSE '
15 and
:" "i instruction. For catalogue, ad- democratic primaries July :
him the of all '
ask for hearty support

*HOB, mUry,( ul tttnm., Ta. democrats. We Guarantee Satisfaction. t 105 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET 4I !.


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::11 I r--X. 'UOL.'L.. I!1 any county candidate democrat for should the legislature vote for May and Heaven Hopeless Help Sufferers Despondent ALLEGED !! IIStrO 2e eSt t in toe t e'Wo'lr!,

$ who is not known to be an unquestioned ,
Politics and
1 qb supporter of Senator Mallory I from Kidney Disease to POISONERS 1. The 4::.t Annual statement! for V..,,
1 V: Ending December at it.
Office at Peotacola. itHjj" I'l
Eatered at the rod A of committee
lu these days county :
FIaecond-CIask \ Accept the New Life

orriCE :-fitfi building, :l1J}. Boutnfalaloi : Politicians.q:\ discrediting: the authority of the
street op-it lrt. t state committee and throwing:: cold j! Offered by I II

4 THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. k water OH the primary system of; I 1
I. B. HILTON, Managing Edi or. "7.J1O :' making nominations, no man can : Paine's Celery Hawthorne, colored,keep 8 : LIFE ASSURANCE[ Wtlfn

v W. M. BALL Business! Manager. The lines are being sharply; drawn : tell what may happen when the 511
6i a boarding house at Aragcistreet.

Ternu: Invariably in Advance- in Escambia county polities: and the next legislature assembles! Declare 1 She had about a dozen Assets .. .. . . .f...

. DA Year by Mall .- ...... ..$ ftiSixMOBlbi fellows on the fence are in an awful yourself, Mr. Coston. Compound Reserve and other Liabilities -
' to :-9C,I boarders last Monday, all of whom, .. .. . . '.
q. OuWeek.bCarrhr.ParableMonday 10 predicament, for both sides are shy I I,t THE POLITICIAN. i ____
1 of the -
immediately partaking
1 lug rocks at i ', Surplus(from which Divi-
tdttriisirg RatES Furnished Application them MEUX'S COLLEGE ii;i Tie Great :Medicire! Cures noonday meal, became deathly sick., I dends are paid;. . !. :: -

club I IBrigh's showed
Now if the Union Democratic Diiease.: Diabetes, Nephritis, Investigation by experts Paid to Policyholders in

should fail to endorse the Hon. John CLOSING EXERCISES ,: that the peculiar and coincided 1901. .. .. .. ..... .f :/- .

I B. Beard, after inviting him to ad- 'I aid Allumimria. ', sickness wa caused by poison, .Sewlnuranceiul9vI.! .$ w .. .

dress them, what would that be? ,I Thousands of people sutler through thought to have been arsenic, which i I Total Dec.Insurance 31 in forceI -. '
I I 1901..1; ;:7> _
: The closing exercises of the Liter. 'a living death from some form of'
had been mixed in the food. The .

MAY 24. 1902. There was nothing"cut and dried" :I! ary department of Meux's Business! kidney disease. sufferers In the majority have been of :. house fed the boarders on bread I' Notwithstanding strength of the the Society greau'cial a:,. :

about the organization of the Union i'College will be held at the college cases, the poor greater security which uj ; .
ONE of the incongruities of the : i informed by physicians that there is made from corn meai that day, andit holders thereby enjoy the l R 'v

current baseball season is the appearance .'.Democratic club? Certainly not! hall next Friday evening, May 30. : no hope. was noted that all who had eaten are LOW and GUARANTEE.-

of a team of students of a The managers who hold forth upstairs An interesting program is being ar If you are a victim of kidney dis- ; any of this bread became affected. I ter than given by other c.m : ,

Louisiana college whose members : in the star chamber were ranged. A number of prominent ease, take courage, dear sufferer! 1 1
Joe Duncan and Cindey Spear: ,
display across their merry breasts !I merely mind readers and divined in men of this city have kindly con- ,1 There is a mighty saving agent that. KXOWLES BROS.
aid colored charged in .
' fac- you have not vet to your ; were yesterday :
the words "Holy Cross. The advance what was to be done. Every sented to take part in the evening's: it is Paine's Celery Compound This affidavit made Melissa Hawthorne I
by -
ulty should have forbidden the use grand medical prescription has con- an General Agent
action every motion was spontan exercises.! The closing address willS I
of the name. 1 quered as desperate cases as your; with having dropped poison

1 eous. It was merely an exhibition be delivered by Rev. P. Whaley, it has power to pluck you as a brad in the meal product for the purpose I PENS-

CONtiRErSiTH0NIEoN's: partyof of the occur: art that prompted !' pastor of Christ Episcopal church i from the burning, if you have but :
are having the i the faith to give it a trial. of poisoning somebody in the boarding -
republican guests
writing and distributing in advance, ;.Three students of the Elocutionary You may perchance ask "What Your Money
r time of their lives up in Alsbama house. Tte affidavit was made
Paine' do for
those who to make the will *Celery Compound *
to were motion department will present recitations.
and incidentally are learning things me that other medicines have failedto against the pair because the woman

about the South abd its people of *, the typewritten program, ol ; which will be an interesting feature accomplish?"
will wno was a constant associate of the ; Back
both races, which every COgrE": sIJanar.d which the following is a copy: of the evening. Those who will recite Paine's Celery Compound accomplish -
: repub vastly more for you in your man, had openly made threat in U.e
particularly every
PrIJjrulI t'ri'in Democratic Club and their selections are as follows distress than you can imagine. Its
lican coDKressiriciu-ou;;ht to kuow. first great vital undertaking is thepurification presence of a multitude, of witnesses \\mmiT v
Committee to be called to order : of the life stream from \voii>> II'
.. that she intended to -oine-
REEVES, the codefendant of luth-,I by some gentlemen selected by Win : Miss Hattie Perkins "UooJNight waste matter, the result! of decomposition poison

bone and Seely in the Cuban postal: Sennott. of the ti*-u-". It will remove body. BUFFALOBaking

frauds rpiode, and who escaped 2 -D. Sheehan to nominate Wm. ; Pjpa. all morbid materialsaving: you ,: The case: was investigated tLir!
Miss Ina Torkerson" The Dying from urtfoiic poisoning. which so '
punishment: by turning state's evidence Sennott for temporary chairman; J. often proves fatal in kidney disease. morning; in the police court and PowderDoes

is now said to be in Washington K.: Baars to !second nomination. :, Alchemist. i i In addition to all this Paine' Celery twelve people who had been the

seekingvindication" in the ..Temporary secretary to be Mr. William Mackey-"The Book Compound will establish nerve .
ehape of a government appointment.He nominated by Mike Murphy ; seconded Canvasser." force and new nerve fibre; it will: victim of the poisoned food w-re not Oiv. p.Guaranteed .
nourish the weakened and ,
system :
could make more money a3 a used a; witnesses. One of the wit
by John Baker same to be Miss Hiene, the distinguished soloist restore the full vital functions of the
dime museum freak exhibiting his Dan Murphy. I kidneys. neS-named Ma-hilla Brooks was

cheek. .J.-Ht--olutlon name of club and and teacher will furnish music ; If you value life delay not the sitting in the court room when she
of Paine's Celery Compound a
fur the occasion. use
BE AI -E ex-Commissiouer Evan; declaration "I principle! by Pooley : single hour. Your present critical was suddenly taken violently ill
seconded by Denham. I Former and prospective students: condition demands the immediateuse
bureau faithfully
of the pension
and upon being; carried down !:tiir-
executed the law he was huuuded 5.-James Kelly to move temporary a.; well as the general public are of this great life aver.
to be made Emma Doty of Red Butte. Wyo.. she swooned time and again. shetried
out of office by the pension harks.. organization permanent cordially invited to attend. 'saved Paine's Celery Compoundfrom
by :
seconded C. 1'. Bobe. to walk home but was unableto
His successor: it is said, has been ad- ; by A final examination will be held fatal kidney disease, writes as
J lEOuished by the pre-idei.t to pursuea 0 -J. R. Landrum to nominate fur i follows: "I had a terrible pain in do so, and was carried to her
) treasurer J. Ernest Baars ; Mike in the Literary department begin my side owing to kidney troubles. I
like course in the administration !house in the patrol wa; OD.Ie is s'd
Murphy to second. : nin? May 55: and continuing four could hardly lie down; but that :
of his office. If he does, how long ,
m, trouble his all left me through the reported as being very ill tiii? after
before the claim agents' will be 7.-C. P. Bobe to move that chair day; and the pupils, both of the use of Paine's Celery Compound. S

clamoring fur his removal? appoint five vice presidents who are night and day classes who make a Last spring I had mountain fever noon, and it was stated that her Absolutely PureIt

-- -- to act as the executive committee.That and was sick a Imtime/ ; since takicg attack was directly attributable to

;; CKOKEKI-.M was too strongly entrenched general average of not less than Ti;5 i Paine's Celery Compound I am I the poisonous food. makes delicious-,

in toe Tammany society joict con re-Monal debate: i is per cent, with evidence of satisfactory strong. I feel very grateful/ for your fin*, etc.
medicine. I am glad to say anything I So conclesive evidence could be You can prove till !i.BrFFAlOatnal. i. .
for even s-o good a man as Lewis scheduled to tike place today. class grades anJ good deport that would (ncourae'peop'le .
found against: the defendants and
Nixon to eliminate it, htnctixon'" to u-e it.
ment will be granted a certificate for
Hon,. John :S. Beard and )\ B. Lamar O":-.At< E MAIF
wise determination to drop out. they were discharged.A .
at Madison and the year's work completed. color anything any color ;
are to speak
When the Tammany democrats Dl'alllI1r.d! Dyes serer fail' Never Jade. portion of the meal has been obtained
really make up their minds to deserve Hon. Fred T. Myers at Fret-pon-the We have pleasure in here calling ,
and will be subjected to a
success they must abandon attention to the gratifying results, of
Myers being at long range.:
the..'easy boss". and may find another the past year's work ; the advancement THE A. D. BACHE chemical analy-U this afternoon for

Nixon. -but not until then. j The primary election i? merely made by the pupils in every the purpose of ascertaining the

HH.H prices- -"- of--cattle---continued at wrestling match to decide who .;hall department is a credit alike to then: ARRIVES IN PORTThe nature of the administered poison. hair2

Chicago, directly through; the operations constitute the winning team. It and the institution. The attendant Ladies Can Wear fe h'Jf'''

of the packers, up U the service therefore behooves all good democrats -
and interest have been good throughout one sue smaller after ulOg1If'0', Foot-
of the injunction upon them, new U. S.:" geodedic coast survey .
to hold their temper and nol and several new pictures have Ks-va ponder to tie b" >elll&to the sborsIt
but were not caused by any scarcityor steamer, A. D Kache.: Captain makes tight or uew shoes fctlra-y; gh e.
say hard things about their neighbors added attractiveness to the class i '
"shortage" in the supply. According Instant relief to corn and bunions. It -
P. Walker, arrived in port this
to a Chicago; special to theNew that they will be sorry for after room. We invite a careful investigation !- tbe grat.".t comfort discovery of the age
Cure and 'nollen fret blisters
morning from Apalachicola: via St. prevent
York World, dated last week, the coiitest i k over. of the work they are doing.! callous and tore 'pCIS.II"n'<- KootKaafliacrrti.n
cur" fur sweating, bot. aching
Andrews, where she left a lot of .
the receipts as compared with the M-t At all drue-t and shoe tore', -'5e.

previous week showed an increase: "Whom the gods would de=tro\' Foley's Honey and Tar coutain men. She came into port for coal Uon'teccrpt by mail.any Addrrs-ubir.utr, Aliens Trial. (jlnmfd.LeKoy.N pacltaptHiKK .

of 12x! lJ cattle 1u,3 u hogs and 1,2<(XBbeep. they first make mad" Take a panoramic n'* opiates and can safely be eivet and water and will ship some men \ .-0 -_. __ .
The receipts for 1'ATJ to date 1 YOr, HAVE TO1'1. .
to children. W. A. D'Alemberte.l .
viewof the political situation while here. Cleaning ladies skirt! and waistsIs
were lo\o,66y cattle, being only lo5) ; ,- :l !':i. Palafox street. one of oar specialties Star:" Laun- A Quick Lunch.
in Kscarnbia county and yOu can The Bache is! a beautiful little
: less! than the corresponding pe --- d'y.

riod of last year: 3,3tt4:1'al; : hogs, an easily see how the land lies. I!! SUNDAY BAY EXCURSION. :craft and attracted much attentionas WHY SOT DO IT HECh

increase of 3ohi)7t>. and 1.2il".IH" she came in and can anchor off
sheep, a decrease of is lido only from 11'est Florida's candidate for railroad ORANGEINT Our service i* as rapid aw
Palafox wharf this waiters
The steamer Enterprise will carry morning. perfect managetnt-i! :
last year. commi-rioner, John G. Ward modern facilities
surf bathers and pleasure seekers t o Capt. P. A. Walker i is well knownIn can make It

FKO.M out of the "wild and woollj has been making a personal canvassin the life saving station. Sunday Pensacola, as he did considerablework Is a New Drink huuger ten-minute without eater impairing can apia!1'1-'

West" comes a new and unique sen Middle Florida during the last leaving Palafox wharf atJ a. m. and tion.
in the bay about ten years ago. ,
sation-a book in sorry imitation of few days and i is cordially greeted 2::*) p. m. Visitors from interiM .i, -*T- The 20th
He is a personal friend of Capt. Gibson Centuryserves
that of Marie Hashkirtset: of a few p lints will find this a delightful out
wherever he goes Mr. Ward i is ...ANDERSON'S...
years ago-produced from her inner lag. 23m2t Moreno of the revenue cutter taur8nt-@
well equipped for the duties of the .
--- -- ---
consciousness, like the camel of the Penroe, a" he used to work with serves a variety of exf-U.'ii-1 :

German philosopher by a Montana office and he should be elected by a McDnffie's Little Blue I him on the U. H. S. Quick while she -.-.. &_."_-:-_ :-- .. jio-jsa specially prepared and -uitui!

freak of li, with the exceedingly big majority. Liver Pills makes blue people ha-ty eating.
bright cleanse the system of al 1 was doing survey work in Pensacola "LATEST CREATIONS"Ii \ Our 3ndwiches and D.llrI'. I .
commonplace!: name of Mary Mac deleteuonsand unhealthy matte are really delightful.Plume .

Lane. To afford: an idea of its character Will Mr. Costou give earnest and and makes a new person of you. bay.The .a':1.

it is necessary only to refer loyal support to Senator Mallory ::a TEXTS. Bathe will probablyail this :I: >> Stationery ;
Pearl & Blumer
interview Hold by John t-heppard, 4u3 S. Pal afternoon for St. ,
to an imaginary with th:' should he be elected to the legila_ Andrews, where
devil, in which the autbor entreated -treet. she H now to work. ,. _< OffiCE SUPPLIES, ..c j 216 8. Palafox St.Now .
turtI have read! his published -
-- NeWSD aci Ptnoiicals \
be-tow platform and I have heard ome 01 f' CHANCE OF SCHEDULE. Mother*,: Mother: Mother*: p ters ,
'. :. Is(
rSE THE Your Time
by marrying: her. she should be a t his spet'chEbut I have not ye Commencing Sunday May :nth:! verUh How and many constipated children great, with this bad season stomach?*.- Parker

once confined in a retreat with) heard him express him-elf on this f I train No. 5, from Mobile, will arrive,, and headache. MolDer for children a ill aw! cur.11 ,
ays norm- TO lit t \
daily doses of wash-tub and broom 1 important matter. So E..cambia.Illl I' Peu-acola 8iiO,) p. m. instead of \JJ<(I are present they will certainly remove Pen.
until of the them At all I drugfzi-te. ::. cti ampl..-
alternately, some inanity p. in. 23in2t ileanKK l1l1rt'II..D rs. Olmstet.
she revels in has a chance to: --- -- -- LeKoy. X.MILCH \. BENNETT'SElegant
What Thin folk Nep "rP.s',. k'alaf"t5r. l'p" a
- work itself out of her system. GOOD WHEEL fj CHEAP[
I .
v -- --- -- -- -- HumorsAre as-imiUtiai I- a greater,' food power of For digesting them and Dr I COWS FOR SALE [ 7 .r :- : "'C .;

GRAND BOAT EXCURSION Kin//{'- New Life Pills work wonders. OR EXCHANCE

impure matter which the skin They tone and regulate the digetivorgins.
SUNDAY, MAY 2J I liver, kidneys and other organs I'annot I gently expel all poison from I : JOR DRY CATTLE :' tY\ GEORS ;I \;
the enrich the blood .
system improve 1 LfidiM i hart-kit'au -....1
take care of without help, there i I.s I appetite. make healthy fle-h. ,4.
The large and commodious steamer .. 1 for t 'A.I Y".JC-. r-uiir; F:);;.'.,
inch an accumulation of them. Only :tie. at W. A. D'Alem Jerte' Call at lob Wet Chase etreet and
Columbia under the management 121 South Palafox street. make your choice. ; wl"II fs ... ... .. .. .. c; .
of Dick Reed will lean. litter
They the
: Capt. whole system.
---- -- 19m! lot G EO. W. Tr T() J it
.Palafox wharf Sunday at 9 a. m.. re Laitt'r..cPnts: : guaranteed
Pimpleboil*, f''Z'UIanti oth r IIIIH\T.HOSA
turning at 3 p. m for the Life Sav ..
jng Station, Navy yard and trip inu; eruption, lo-s of apllf-t 1t', that tired I I StUF HMHINO: OTADMSHMKMBathing : OA.srron.iA. f''V., p-.H-. .-ular tirede : .ul I

Gulf of Mexico. Fare for Bouoto .tKIY4JP31eI'xsSe : f..r . .. .. .. ... .. .1> o' I
the .
th e feeling! bilious turn, fits of indigestion .
f round trip, oO ceut Refreshment;s in the warm gulf waters i iconceeded : B1pmre a:;; IfrI1fJ I
dull headaches and many othertrouhll' to be the finest in thE. 1902! Coluu.bia-, {guaranteed fr
served at city price 1
j. are due to them. world. Everything pleasure witt L four years, going .*t !
Bolt1 l't a CongreMman. safety. Good board and lodging, bj I

"At the end of the rampnigu.:_; i 1 Hood's Sarsaparilla the served day or all hours LuucheonpromptIs day fir night.: City Taxes V .,:'V:5: 5" ;: .

Clark: Missouri'brilliant
writes Champ :
t H.
con r S*man, "from overwork and PillsRemove 2m-tf Manager., ', ',,, / 6t SIMPLY ASTONISHING !
nervous tension, loss of ;leei"

and constant speaking I had abou i all humors, overcome a1Jr' t l Garden tools in endles., Remember, the main ,
seemed that al
utterly collapsed.
the organs tu my body were out o: their effe.-ts, strengthen, tone and I variety and at rock'tbotton thing to do now is to pay Buy Wheel. Work has bejrnn 1 1i

order Bitter but made three me bottles all right./ of Electri It' thi e. invigorate! the wllvlett'm.. prices at the Willis Hard. your city taxes before 2d1 I i the street You can :out.

best all-round medicine ever sol d "I baJ east rbeum'm my bands so that ]I: ware Co.'s.If you are advertised You I ride everywhere.

over a drucsit' counter." Ove!r could not work. I task lI.>,.1's ?arsaf.arilU

worked run-down men and weak, and it drove out the bumor. I continued I you are thinking of moving S are now paying 3 percent china closets, : tD '

sickly women train splendid healtl 1 Its use till the sores disappeared." MK$ sideboards and leather-
and Vitality from Electric Bitters IB\O. BKOWS, Kutnford see Harry Hallmark or call phonE interest.
Falls. Me.
Try them. Oaly 60c. Guaranteed: : b,v; seat chairs at Marston
S W. A. D'Alemberte, 121 South:" Pal Hood's Sarsaparilla promises t 0. 251 and let him quote you prices. Hi: N. McK. OERTING, Qaina's- Low prices F. B. BRUGE.
; i
cure and keeps the promise. easy :
t :fox street. 1 has the best spring Coats in the city. m'tf: City Tax Collector. I payments.

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* c. O'NEAL, President; F. c. HORTON. Cashier; I i' .

5;1. FOSHEEYice-President; co d.on.o d. mM eD1on: t of the M. E. CLARK Ass't Cashier. I I I:!THE WEATHER ...VififfiVrVimii


LOCAL Io'ORECAST-Falr tonight and Ban-

REr: OURCES. LIABILITIES. day; variable winds.Temperature . 5455,644.96 Capital Stock J200.000.00 SPECIAL SALE
Tteiiiut Loa.os, 67,034.61 urplus 10,000.00 in last 24 Hourt:

Overdraft; :.:. 1,914.19 :Net Profits ..:. 7164.91 Maximum-._.. .._........... ...... ..... ... Ci degree
r 8. Bond- and Premium... ............ MRediacouuta............ ...... ...... .... .... 132.650.89 Minimum....._.... .............. ..... fif degrees -OFCambric -
G;:arniture: and Fixtures: 6,718.48 75.00000 i

?' R. titamp*. 607.75 Deposits ., 444.3152& Temperature Elsewhere :
arn awl Exchange. 257,062.16 )tax. Min.

Atlanta_ ...... .....?............... K2 (d Underwear !
$869,132.06 'S6IJ,132.051 Bumarck...... .................. .m..M 6"
Chicago.._ ............_. .... ....7Y 00
Tt i ibank opened for business October 231900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give Cincinnati._........_._. .........7J Ii'S
uuriiie--s prompt, courteous and careful attention. Galveston__ .......... ....._V2 T-*
.T ar Huron____.. ....._..........? MI 60 4$-FOR ONE WEEK ONLY !-<&
Interest Paid on Time Jacksonville .................. .... _hi ill
Deposits. I) Kansas Lily _...... ...............M W
Key West..... ..... ..... ..... ...... K> 74
== Memphis .... ..... ..... ....... MI 74
., Mobile_...... .. 78 rtS
FAIRCHILD r hour there in the evening after your !, Montgomery ................. .....M 68i We will Offer Our Entire Line of Ladies'Cambric I
B. H. d 1Y'S work is done. I MORE THEFTS i Mew Orleans.. .... ...... ......M 7ii
i New York ... .. w- M
I .!' t-2 (;g Underwear at a Discount of '
uruO: arERER President J. Ernest Baars has called St. Louis ._ h8 70EZ
a special meeting of the stockholders ----
38 ARE
of the cambia Oil Co. for REPORTED
tfJrt and Refmishing hrnitu'e aSpfciaJf .
Cc-e1 Thursday May 29, at 3 o'clock p. m., I MARITIME. :

/. at the company's office, 711 !South; 25C.( .

Phono 488. Pal&fox street. THISMORNINC !I FORTH.

I Avery Smith, colored, arrested by For May to date..... ........ .... ...p.5;I 4iAHSIYED. r

R. K. WHITE Omcer Frank Sander, was turned E. Greenblatt who I R. HALLIDAY & CO.,4.
keeps a -
over to the county courts: this morning U 8 H A II Kache, Welker, from Apalachicola -

{all ihmukcr, Manufacturing Jeweler I on a warrant sworn out by Geo. store at 1'JG South Tarragona ;, ,put in for coal-, ttc I ::

Petersen, charging him with the lar street, and who lives on Florida I|I CLEARED.Kus I I Telephone 193. J ..*. 33-35 Palafox St.
and l .rfliluate(; Optician, I
ceny of a bicycle. It seems that on Hlanca. between Intendenria and bk Yetarat.t-r, Aaltonen, by Shottfr i i '
-- -- --
CoforUlasgow, "
with ? ;>11 gals tpirila tur-
t .. N. B.-This Sale will positively only last Oce Week
i from
Petersen, kept it, and painted
i, it green. The same day Smith was ; soundly at his home early this \,I h.ILt.tJ.Rr beginning Monday May :2l ti and ending Haturday, May 31.
Lk Wildwooil, KlUKtralcl. Sit Johnt,
morning, had a vi=it from Pensa-
j in the Forbes store when a younglady :>iB

I 1,I cutomer, laid her purse on the cola's "f -lilug" burglar, whose ;I i AT QUARANTINE.__ 19 \\ Y' Y lvW WNNm }

counter. Hmith snatched it and ran.
NEWS NOTES I operation, peculiar as they are, are It kColumbinif, rarodi. Montevideoto
j --- order .
.'ur Over Siny Yearn. the means of reaping him a harvet.: -
r.::: .r:::: ; .r:'.
:\1. It". WIXSLOW'S -\1I0THISf. **YRI'P bat Greenblatt's trousers were extracted THE SHIPPING. [ ForSemiDress
j/j--.j--/-- be.n need for over sixty years by millions L
:: mothers fur their children ""while! trtttiing from his bedroom and ca-ii Ii ;IIL"
.. L,'W idf w. j. & B. ;with perfect succets. Iti-oothes the. child VESSELS IX PUNT.STEAMi 0\ .' ,
softens theguat.allaysallpaineurt .!> wind amounting to $l3.55 was taken there- 1 : HITS.Saved E i1
I ,
i colic and Is the best remedy for 1'iarrhot-a
1i 1 It will relieve the poor little sutlcrer Immediately from. The clothes were abandoned Atlantan,18t., Hvcnsen, to IVnascoi i I i1 .6
Hold: by UrusKibU in evt-rr carl la Lumber Co ;1 -
..i lay .5: t'i.'- prices are I l>v onT.l'lfe of the world. TWt' a bottle. and left in the yard. Br C 'ntbl\lttl>!, Ueans, to W 8 Keyser .11 .
.,. He sure you ask for"Jl: r&W Ineluw's ttoott- CoSpan l 11
;guud Ing Syrup" and take no other kind. I The gentleman had been reading Franclsca II.' Kenevaerla: to Gulf
I I .-. Transit Co t PATENT KID
whenever 1 in the of the :Nor Kane, RIM, Reinerleen, to eneacola .
> ";* .1! calm & Co. you JAPAN NEGOTIATING BIG LOAN. city papers many j Lumber
w .-.: e.Miiice groceries. I I thefts reported yesterday, and last Br Ulencoe.tXWI. Cooper, to order I;
Wants 100000.000 to Build Ships and i Transit Kr Hornby Castle, 2t5ii, Uaudge, to Gulf : Blucher Oxford

: >. ad u( L. Friedman & Cn. will Railways. night took the extra precaution to Br Scan-fell. : .9.MartlneentoGulf: Transit .

: ----t: ".'U. Read it. I Seattle. \Vash., May 23.-Count Matzukata secure his money. He did not re- Vermont Co iT7i, Onborce, loC W Ha- v l4 CAP TOE, RUGBY LAST, ..

the prime minister of Japan, move it from his pocket, but he did 'geruian '
Kt ;ui Win. Johnson & Sou's new I 8HIPH.i l: 1; MEDIUM BORE, ;1 .
with the present Japanese minister of fasten the windows. i Nor King Cenrlc, I'ouUen, to I'ensaeola '
. !i-t.'ie block of bargain*.
Lumber Co '
finance, is now in the United States MEDIUM EXTENSION I
To force these matter.j BARKS ,
was an
'.f' mack Carrie N. Chase is in for the purpose of negotiating a loan of easy i! : '
| Nor Agalbe.117N, Hjonness, toS H LCoi 3
' n. the *iiippf-r bunks with 2,SIg JOn I100.0fl0.000 with which to build ships with the ingenious thief, who, with i j;i Bus AlbioDau.Snaittoti15: : LCo v. EDGE, '
. and railways nil on mining i Nor Birma.:Kfr,John on. to order
carry operations the aid of
' instruments, wrenched 1 | COMMON SENSE HEEL.
lj'pu"; in Japan. This statement is i! ba-co It Gulseppe pros U Albundo, Monti, to Ito- ":S' ..::i' Q' ':; ..1i;

dozen line -tur.reon werel mad> the authority of Theophile the window, raised and fastened I \ Kus Hera,115)7, Hopt-blom. toSS: L'o
'r"UKlit down from Milton on the Collier the attache of the Belgian Irga- it. Then he leisurely cast his hook: I'i I Hr Kus J LlmalIill Marsters: Uurk., 6w.., to i rank Pensacnla to order Lum

t'ity of Tampa thimorning.. tion in Tokyo who, with his wife, arrived and line and played in great: luck, I b..rCo It Martiniu,"->.!, /eno. to order A Corafortalile aoi Nofcky Shoe for the Chub}

: in Seattle on the steamer Shina- Nor Mataura 111, Bruutgaard, to tS I"
the few
will moments' work
: e steamer Kuterprie carry netting himW BhotterCo: - -- --
\ r-ioni-ts to the life saving: stai"ii. ,: no Maru from Japan. ; 55. i| :Nor Paragon, ill, Busch, to H P Sbotter
The two Japanese statesmen'; are
: m. and 2::W o'clock tomor- I 1 CoIt Saint ADtonla de l'ardova,5)1.Quarto
among the ablest in the retinue of the When Greenblatt woke this morning to order BOSTON SHOE STORE '

V I mikado and according to Mr. Collier, he took in the situation at a 1 Bus Ystavat i. Aaltonen. to S !'Shelter :

l ick Reed will manager a no doubt exists'; as to toe nature of the CoBRIGS";
\ .'- on the steamer Co. commission. glance and searched for his clothes I It Due Sorelle B.. HI'i.Costa. to order NATHAN (!. I'()'llimii: : I'roprielor. '
1 "('lIuns ER! .
:Borrow, leaving: Palafox They were found nearby, uiinm the '' Am Hjalmar.V: .AxeUen. to masterAmJames ; t
| Of All Hot Weather Enemies
I cah. Garlield. I*. Dill, to 8 S LCo Leaders of Low Prices. 117 South Palafox Street.
.' .
in. Am :NellieV Haw ,
i. I of humanity cholera is the worst Irtt 4 j ii :Muratord, to i
.1 VI Roberts, Agent
-.I: \'. J. Vid.l of Guate- i j Treatment to be effective mu=t be The circumstances were reportedto 1 Br Union,7-!. foster, to matter .

<, THE >'K\VS to extend 1 I j kind prompt.sweat When announce vomiting tha! the purging di-- the police the first thing this UPULlSAB1tUAVUB11LLrllFO1iPYA!: !: A Runaway Team !

:. auk- to tho! -e who COil |I I *>a=e i io: present, combat it with Perry morning by the victim. The officer i! ACULA.I i i.* sure to do more or less damage toa
.'. .- .. Davis' Painkiller. All bowel troubles
: :1 h: aid thetiuatemala STEAMSHIPS.
like diarrhu-a, cholera morbu are striving to arrive at some mean 3 Klida Horn.tier, did London :'llIrch1! carriage, but whether you need repairing -
I" -utr. rer-s. The amount Xazpirak Bat, Span\ sId Bilbao :March 22 from accident or ordinary
and dysentery are overcome by Pait- of apprehending this fellow or fel nAnllrAletander and ,
wear tear bring vehiclesto
', '. Thi your
\,1- .i7.u< ; amount killer.
: It equally health-promot Lawrence, Nor, list), Uosnrlo
.- i warded to Ulutemal1lJI,' ing in all climates. lows and are doing everything to March I J. M. Hilliard & Co. While our
I 1 Anita H. It,:Ct, at Tenerille Nov SO reputation is widespread for doing I.t .
v- '. .I I I I'I suppress him in his nefarious work. Barsagliere. It, sld
!arona March 19 all kinds of repairing in the best L,;; f
The finest line of sterling silver I I l'ogna11,1tMat Marseilles Ian 11
-- manner at lowest feel
:- will:: be a large number of 'i! foodand silver novelties i i" to be olive Mount, It, ski heltb Jan 12 prices we
Virginia It,sId "sure that (tier.are a few good -
Malaga April \\v people
; -vlr !ht-re) on the cheap ex- 1 found at J. I. Stephens'; Prices toj THIS STEAL WAS SCHOONERS.Geo who don't know that we are unexcelled -

-. : 'r"'a I'.inningham: aud for j i i please all.Plant. V Jordan, Am.Bid New York April;!7 iu our line, and we want ,-

.. ,' t- :rt- Wuj. R. Taylor !has i a spring garden. NOT SUCCESSFULD. McDuffie's Turpentine & them to know us.

;. -JH--I-I I I arrangement? with I II ..'- JJfgt Horse !bhoer: always ready. .
I The Willis Hardware Co. Mutton Suet Lung Plaster ..l. .

:; : A'k-'; :. ;"r the steamer Florida I can sell you the tools cheap. A. Thompson, lately: of .Bir i is a certain cure whoopingcouirh, :."-5I'-' J. M. Milliard & <.'0.,
: ikf 11. f..rUl fxcur-ion ou the easy and comfortable, works while '
.: II., I'al'if.ix wharf at 12l: __0 _. n_ __ mingham, is tho circulation manager you sleep. '- to....;..... No. 30 East Garden St.

". t"\I, ,.rr..w.i l.o:cI': of The Journal. His work compels :1'5' CENTS. .
Sold by John Hheppard, 4oo ri. Pal-

i '. f't .... i u>c!,c-,1 t1!,... Ilijou bar i 11ST-A photo pin. Wednesday after him to arise early, but when he afox street. MEUX'S
14 noon. Keward for return to NEw
got out of bed tin morning he wa -----
-'Wi-:! : Oflice. mppul.trttyeveryday. -
.. Thos.
-- --.-- _-- C. Watson & Co.,
I 0'"' -i j iirinli!;"". carefully prepared Ll'ST -A iMHjk longing to (lie pub t surprised to find his clothes nowhere t the leading Real Estate Agents, take jftJtjlcjf@C
library. Reward for return tolibrary. /
': II ;j"-t:' lit ijn.\nlogHt., are al"o'I niilI : he placed them last nigh all the worry off the shoulders of the
: __ __ _._ owners of the .
\'d!.- :1-1': warm days. Joe property, manage
.. :I \VA T :U.I Later he found them in the yard i, renting; of their houses and the cole .
'. i L
.. t- b.'t-ii added to the corps I but three flve-cent piece which h lection of their rents as conscientiously Set).., I of Mr rtbaud, Typewriting and li'tramrr.
: ,' r. '!jii'-t-Tiu: NEWS to extend I / i HEAT Volcanic Martinique Eruptions 111'a-l..r;' with maps,1.111 and othrr.VI y as they would themselves. Now is the time to enter school and prepare for a lucrative l") ition. No
li il invitation to all hi* friend i i I complete bouk; realest seller published had lat night, were gone. Their charges are very reasonable. vacation. Night and day se'siona.S2525252S2SES .

n .I l -.... I linn. \'lIu11lind I Kxclualv territory (extraordinary terms Thompson reported the matter to
bouks.1I1 cr..dlt.loutllts( Tree; avoid ficttlous .
; .e li.,yiii the dominoeii' i' House firms(ieetnbhshrd Address ls.T National) Lakeside PublMunu tiu the police today when he came to SE5 52S25 .

i I.i. ii i'..t-p..ud a plea-ant! I I I Chicago. 111Jf'I' work from his boarding houe on .................... Ua ................

ill (/ i. .
West Belmont street. S S N t


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x '...rjSOLCAHN&CO'SS AT\ I .... : .. SALE!' ,; : : ?* SALE ..< ;

FOR FUNDS e. e. e.

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Captain: !Slattery:; the gentleman rs 25 E ,25E 5ESE5 E 5 J

who suffered a loss of $,-x J and some -

> YOU WILL FIND: I }I valuables at an up-town boardinghouse

Thursday night, is yet at the Great Sale of Feet Furnishings at Half Price

--- -
: house waiting for a remittance from

HAMS. I hip home. No trace whatever has < -t Monday and Tuesday .Le

.SMITHFIELD been a* yet uneartheued as to the

; 0 -- -- ------ location of his-lo-"ses.Kevrals -.--- 160 Dozen Ladies' Seamless Hosts Black and Tan only
-_...:..----::; .. .. -- '. -- r. Nine Pairs to one customer pair
V-. .. < I a Great Set-ret. any 5C

It k i c'fteu asked how such startlingcure
f(f and the best of everything generally *, that puzzle the best physicians Children's Ribbed Hose, Pair I Men's Socks Fast

are ejected by Dr. King's New Discovery Sacs 9 5c Pair
t kept in a First-Class Grocery Store. = for Con,? mption. Here's the 6 to j I Black. 50

stem. It cuts out the phlegm and

....FLORIDA AGENTS.... germ life-givitlg infected oxygen inucu enrich*, and and lets vitalize the. NO JOB LOTS STRAIGHT CLEAN FRESH STOCK !

the blood. It heals tEe inflamed ,

FOIL TIIK cough-worn: throat and lungs. Hard CHILDREN'S AND MISSES': SLIPPED
cold and stubborn coughs loon > -- rr\
if1"Abita Springs Mineral ater. vield to Dr. King's New Discovery riEd.: !sizes to 13'2' p' cLot

the most infallible remedy Guaranteed for all No. 2---Misses' Slippers sizes 8 to 13 Pair 75c.
t Throat aud Lung diseases. ,
; bottles 5ii l c and $I.m Trial
bottle free at W. A. D'Alembeite's frRemember. this sale start at !8 o'clocklond3Y morning Come for
Agency Nunnally's Candies 5 early a carload would not last long
5: 121 South Palafox: street.If a te* e prices.

vou want a nice present to give Keep Your Eye on this Space for Next "
Corner Palafox and Intendencia Streets. to a friend, go and look through the Thursday and Friday's Sale

k elegant line of suitable articles at

c;phonc 1 173. ,4 ,4 Pensacola Fla. I. Stephens: you surely can find
If W. J. &
> something to please you. you B. FORBESr
> want anything in the Diamond line

dX: %; %$% %%Sxx I | be sure to see him before you buy. ,



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I The Family Medicine Cabinet. |I ---

SITUATION IMPROVEDIN WOMAN'S POWER Medicines for family use should be

I kept In a locked cabinet hanging out of I MISS SARAH FINLEY

reach of children. Such a cabinet ,
VOLCANIC should. be supplied with spirits of camphor i 1 VIce.President of the Palmetto Club Memphis. Tenn.lWJ1XB .
I Perfection of Form, Feature, and ) spirits of turpentine and linseed!I

oil in pint bottles; sassafras oil and '
More OF CARDUI following '!, \'
Pelee Presents pratxI
; Mind Render Women AllPowerful. four
: sweet oil in bottles holding at least 1, thoroughly r of Cardui.
i ounces: quinine in a tin box with a and modern
Assuring-- i Health, However, the Great- I screw top (the safest form in which to remedy meeting ''Among the nut'.tr .

!I buy and keep quinine); 5 or 10 cents'I'I',I the needs of the modern medicines placed before '. .
est Charm. worth of epsom salts In a low woman in the modern way fertng womtn for their re.:t".
--- i china Jar with wide mouth (pint fruit I
I -without the torture of an none can touch! HcElrw ,
t Despite This Favorable Change In the cans do well for the purpose); a few operation. Wine of Cardui ,. Wine of Cidui. It
Woman's: greatest gift is the power to inspire admiration, respect, in tower:
'Jf sticks of lunar caustic wrapped paper has cured them in the privacy '
: i Situation, Ho'-.ever, the People Are'Still I and love. There is a beauty in health which is more attractive to men and kept from the light: also In of their homes and it ': r above them all u a rdl.1bi

j Alarrred and Continue to Refugee j than mere regularity of features. I glass and a small'; wide mouthed bottle has found a place in the KUi Sarah finlry female remedy. It situp;,,

( to Safe Localities. | The snap and spirit which health gives to the eye, the movement, of menthol crjsta Is.-Ladles' Home hearts of American women drives pain and disease aw a-

and the speech are full of magnetism.. Journal. I' that no other medicine has found. In and restores health in an incredibly thc! ':

q Fort de France. Island of Martin Sickly women can't understand this. their gratitude over 10,000 American' period. I have taken great interest In tin I

r rue, Thursday May 22.-At 5 o'clock! They only know that they are miserable, ar/l their efforts to be Salt Baths Are n etfol. women have written letters commendmedicine) for the past two years since ..

i this aiVrcoon they was clear and I attractive are languid and weak. A warm bath with a handful of sea: ing Wine of Cardui. Wine of Car ul brought health and strength to me. :
salt in it Is about as restful as a
i the population! was calm, but despite I Woman's influence in the world is limited by her strength, and the nap. meets their wants as no other medicine i| have also recommended it to a numtwi0"3 -
Paddle in it until it cools, dry with a
sustains the girl at tile
this :a;01 able change HI the situation strength of health is real strength. rough towel put on fresh stockings '| A1 her entrance young to womanhood. I I f of my friend and they who have uses .'

i I uauj tamiius Ht Fort de Fiance! bi > I It brings with it beauty and grace and I loveliness: of disposition.To I and have a change of shoes. If one! sh.ock Women who take Wine of raraul hate I speak of it in the highest terms and I '<
..e I-'I Inch ttaraers \'(rsailles and | be a successful wife, to retain the hive and admiration of her ': could take time in the middle of the little discomfort during pregnancy and that it is praISe well bestowed."

tae VIH!!!
i 'jiiBit-ud and fur Cayenne, Fren( h I may, she must guard well against the :signs of ill health. i pair we should not hear so much about change of life appears they enter a ,,:weakness me of CarJui is ;, .

jiiiaijfl. This, with the l.M )persons i I Regular and painless: menstruation is absolutely necessary.The i iI rheumatism. One relief from fatigue !I happy, healthy obi age. Every month it cine you net,).

t v, ho have gfhto the island of GnaJ' :I Is to plunge the feet In Ice cold water I comes to the rescue to assist Nature in You, can have health t 1'" -.,'
help which Lydia I.. Pinkham'Vegetable Compound givesto .f will ,. ,
Mt-s I tai.
i e and nth, who have and keep them Immersed until there Is ] throwing the impurities from the body you t
.j] many is souhhtI
: women who are attacked: by any disorder of the feminine org.. ism is : I'arlui treat ll>lIt, If ), I I '
I l<':ue at 't. Lufia and: oilier Manua real, permanent help. It cures all wx.iknt-ss' of the organs aril makesit a sensation of warmth. A bandage Miss Sarah Finl)'. of Memphis."f > further than the i" tiu; ', '. .

f ( aa Id'&, fled the population consider possible: fur women to },retain their health awl U-auty to maturity. wet with alum water and put on when Tenn., vice-president of the Palmetto hun- gin'lI on the l..>ttlr. a1! i:, ..
t .. retiring is excellent for strengthening: : Club of that for herself awl
!. Ji. al'ItS these borne 2 INIU pt'Op!" : city speaks: Ladies Advisory I epartm v. '
Mrs. Pinkham advice ho are ill free of ('u..t.tltlress
; onion A\
: d.- I. IT Fort tie France for the MJIII.I. tender feetThe many friend when she bestows the nooga Med. Cu., 'hattan..s t, !
I her at Ljnn, )Ia ". Thou.alllh owe their lu-alth to her.f .
; oil j id. iof the island of .Maitiui .tapfflnK: Habit.
; < it n-tuget-s bate now a.fU A millii n ai.iT'Tha ,' '.!
Constant nagging; : nt the children .
1 lili-il 1. This dl.seqion; of Fort de Fiam WINE of CARDVI \-' fun 1 IP.
wrecks much domestic and frequently
peace -
'in.' of <'ar i .
1..." i"' stt':! >d in tfif disorganisation! o: '"
heartache is caused
many a by

uidijy tia<1i>*. A number of bakers! hat, A \\ f ; A making; much ado about nothing. L'spe.dimly - --- -- -
i h. ( their .
MI iiiuiii'Ked to dos "lUl do child at the table
not reprove a
owing to Uw fact that their (-inpo! >-ci.- / i j-v M 'c 4I' for a breach of etiquette if you can THE NEW GROCERY STORE.MILL .

arc among those who have fi :d. correct the fault 1 by telling him quietly .
The French cruiser Taso.! having Ad. by hiinsolf. Bringing rebuke into the o --- :: :: :: -- ---"

cj:rai Sen an on board armed ht'rrot current of a meal makes the family un- ,

I- ev.'uitg. She rf'lOrl'that MuntPelee comfortable and spoils the domestic MOVER

now prtst-nts more assuring pleasure] which should characterize the

prospects the crater The mingle clouds with of smoke the cloudsIn I leaving II IIV :: '' gatherings around the family board. Keeps a Complete, First-Class, Up-to-Date Stock

the sky and do not bare the: threat '", '. The Girl Who Laugh j of Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries
tnicg aspect which they formerly pre :! The girl who laughs-Go.1 bless herl- |

sented. A Iew crater has formed in II!' Thrice blesses herself the while; No. 30 W. Government St., Salisbury Block
I I Xo music of earth
the vicinity of .\jl uJla Bouillon. :/ Has nobler worth { TELEPHONE 327.

.A lotal'ty known as Camao Trianon / ; Than that which voices a stalle. i
!1ij ij -
as causing: a good deal of anxiety at
I The girl! who laughs-life needs her;
jiffsc-nt. Tin* Caputo river is running There Is never an hour so sad ICE AND W300.
with hot i 1:8: But wakes and thrillsTo

The French cruiser n'Assas has ar f ;' the rippling trills
;. 'Ito I Of the laugh of a lass who's glad. WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LARGER TRADF
rived here from Bre-t having on board John Howard Todd in Ladles' Home ,
11.1 I
the I-'If'Deh rovernmniu relief corarais 1'1 Journal. 'i THIS SUMMER THAN EVE' f E F( RESEND

1 sion! and farr supplies of luom y and '
r The Woman Who Walks.
The woman who knows how to walk
The Trent h miser Tao from New
and who walks two hours daily In the
Orleans Ma> 11 with money and sup Thompson Olsen & CoMan
open nir Las found the secret of good ,
plies for the Martlniipic stift, n-.h ernsnibuted .
4 looks says a physician. It turns lovelygirls
l.y the citi/eiis of N w Orleans P : into even more radiant beings, and resa Street, Telex hone 14 ;.

has arriud.Tarn. J. :, plain! ones take on an appearance of __ __ __ u __ ._

beauty. A face tint is no longer wanted
May 23: .-.\ disjiatrh ESTABLISHED:: 1863.
i.cfiifl !
: ':: i or a skin whitener a tonic or an
h Ro-ernor Mar'in
opiate, a doctor or an appetite.
i'lae :M. Huerif.l dined e.-.tmi.. A Boston Woman's Experience.: ,, McKENZIE OERTING & CO.

r'a.s PS. follows: : ")lave consulted "D;.. vR MRS I'IVKIIIM If"'i'' VITV grateful to you for the benefit I The Dining Table. : a ,
with th. co.incll of the late olony on d Tired fr mi var kin alvi<*e and r.-mt-ihes I was troubled with a complicition i Whether a pedestal or the leg: bottom -OEALBK9 ni 0

tl" i siihjBct of total or initial evauiaKon of femV.c: tro-ables, hal ovaritipainful and irregular menstruation, i for n dining! table should depend

of tiif island.! They are unani i leucorrh, nervousness and ,,,ea.nes.. I had no appetite and could not I upon the size of the dining room. The Ship Chandlery and General Nandware
sle.'p nijhts. The least exertion would cause shortness of breath and dull
in 4ltlain I I solid Iii'
irjous ;; that such a meal uia&she: effect of the former
I plies in m:: hipi and sid*. The doctors all advised me to have an operation I 003 AND 805 8. PALAI-'UX 8TUEET.
much suitable in
n..1 jn'stiflable large
lire is more
at The a
present an i 1 have one: of my ovaries removed but this I could not bear to think of. I room .....,..
trans-Atlantic I while a five legged table will not lookout ---A.GENOY -
steamship now undergo i|i wis induced to try Lydia I:. IMnkham's Vegetable Compound, and
lug repairs hem might be utilized to' after taking: the first bottle I was much improved. It renewed my appetite. of position in a small room, as REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN ROEBLINO'S BOAR CO '1" r

transport those who are desirous ol :! health and strl'n?th. I continued taking it. also your Blood Purifier and I would the heavier one. '! GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RD8SEL HON'3 PCMP8.

S mti'eVa..,)} until entirely easel of all troubles. The pains have never ,
leaving. About 1.000 people are leaving my
) Cum Serdiji Pilili. Bill lioicz! tsstranists
by the shampr'fltalllE's and others returned and my health U splen,lid. Your remedies have been a boon to me I Jelliei.Cheesecloth flirts, iiekin, liilnCOMPASSES. :
ant I am sure miny a Woman owes her life to them."- MARIE \\EISB, 356 folded four times makesa LOOS./ ETU. i
are sailing the Ville de
on Tangos
for Trinidad and Cayenne There 1"lunhus Ave.. ISostni. Miss. (March 13. 1901 > much better strainer for clearing Jellies -: C. McKenzie Oertin? Collecting Agent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent Ar

have bten no new fatalities." \o other medicine in theorld has received such widespreadand I than the old fashioned flannel bag. .' ciation.

utKiiialitied: endorsement.X 1'et'ore usin- it diD. it In boiling- water ,
The girl of niteen ought to be the < other inedieine lias such a record of cures of female and let the straining be done before

picture of health, but she cannot be If troubles or arch hosts of grateful friend Iteineinber this when i the tire bo that the jelly runs freely. : The

e Is addicted to the candy habit you gu to buy Ljdi.i 1]. 1'inkliain's Vegetable Compound. i iI Star Laundry

I The gospel of hygiene has spreadeven ,
RtW.\Rlb.-weh4redepusuwlwith theNattonalstyBank of Lynn $5000, i
<}unlntness and picturesfjneness rather 55000 vtin-b will, toanyrer'inwhofanfln'l') thai the ILbove testimonial letter to the baby's rattle, and the twentieth
than splendor should distinguish! n not geuuii-e. or W4j published before obtaining the writer'! .pe i,1 per- I Inll century baby has his toy made of Busiest
"o". Lydia E. rinkham Medicine Co., Lynn ....iii. Biggest Best !Ir
every country house. hygienic red rubber with the handle I ,

I of wood and the whistle in the end.

Sweep your rugs dally and twice a Naval Officer Killed by Train. It'w | A Protect That Fulled.

year send them away for a cleaning: :\ York. May 23: -Captain GeoCowie "During: nij stay in the City of Jed. Every housekeeper who does not pos- '

Cures Cancer, Blood Poison Eating a well known naval) officer who ,I cn." gays a well known Philadelphia sess'jest one moment should a get collection together of at salad the ear rec- m \lYe\ Gather lip P Tllin ls'!

Sores, Ulcers, Costs Nothing to Try. served under! Admiral Farragut In the I i "I went out one Sunday: to see a bull ,
!I ipes and begin the of them at ;t:
use once i
f.i.-t.: ;
engineer1 It's the
Blood jioi-on and deadly cancer civil war and who was thief proper thing to do. yocknow. : : wAd r From all part* of the c/

are the worst and most deepseatedblood .if the battleship Indiana In the war | I All the American tourists po J

'i with Spain, was run over and killed! i! > ':itodery floor to me in the raise : Our delivery men wili c.,
dieaeson earth the
yet '
at Uahway N. J.. by an exncss: train j benches of the amphitheater was a GIT STEAMSHIPS.
easiest to cure when Botanic Blond : 1 I inar.toui woman whom I know .... where, .t any time tl.atu..'
bj - - --
I Balm i U: u-ed. If you hive bloo i Don't Start Wrong. sight, as an enthusiastic! member '
of thf
1 Write .
I Y3'.KY.34) J l t. t 4 L t 1t or telephone u- and w.
poison, prt>iincinir ulcer, bone |>;tiu-<, Don't tart the summer with a >uciety Tor the Prevention of Cruelty i, ,

Dimple?, uiuenmn iutclie<, falling; liurering couh or cold.Ye all to .\uhllal'h is cue of those who tAN OCEAN TRIPTo deavcr to serve you tetter t :
hair, itchingkin.crofula: rheumatism I insist '
know -summer cold" i i.*. It's upon showing a badge everj other Laundry
or olTen-ivH form of c: t irrli. can.
Fcaoand ;;cal".deadly cancer, eating the hardest kind to cure. Often it time a driver uses a whip on a bulkS !{ NEW YORK, BOSTON Vi
hang* on" through: the entire "eaou. I horse and niandmg an arrest.
bleeding fe, terin,; sores, swelling i i( AVD! ALL V
t ', lump*, perristeut wart or lore, ? Take it in hind right i.ow. A "Weil she had her little badge on al) i( EASTERN RESORTS J ALL WORK c. o. D.
take Butanic Blood Bilui ( !I.. H. H ) few dl''foS or One Minute Couzh Cure I right;: aid when the fight between thE )kI' G cds Calif for EEI Eelmm

It will cure even the worst C1He aftereverything will set you right Sure cure for \bull and the picadors became pretty; 1 1hot l Via l TELEPHONE 114.
coujh*'. cold*, bronchitis 27 GARDEN ST-
el-e Lail L'. K. 15. croup. grip
; ; drainsthh she jumped up in her seat and dpLwmled I The t1\1\W g
all throat and lung trouble*. Ab- I -I' @ R
poison out of the t.ystem and the
that it be
stopped. this
--olutelv safe. Acts at once Children 4 IJ INGRAHAM
bleed then everyore'heal;, makinir like it.One Minute nt'Face.* she t-lioutrd waving her arms. OCEAN: STEAMSHIP COMPANY: Manager.Foley's .
the blond pure and rich and building Coujh .. LOW RA TE -.='I' 'FR 111M 'IR'1( .
Cure i" the bet cough: medicine I 'Sit= il \\n. M lud.: and don't make a foe ---------- -. -
up the broken-dowu body. Ko- 5O Hours of Ocean Breezes -- -
tonic Blood Balm -15. B. I't. ever u-ed." says J. H. Bowles.. of \'.iirsilf"oel.uaed: her husband' y
: ; 1 Sailings each Week f Honey Tar
ou.'hly tested for 30<) year: ;, Druj; Oroveton, X. H. "I never found Hut sue m" Md ujMin having her owr I' 4 and I Foley's Kidney Cure

stores, Jl per lar ;u b.ittle. Trial :anything else" that acted so safely 'I way. 'I and a member of the Penn I \ from Savannah Ga. 9J cures colds prevents pneumonia. makes kidneys and bladder right.
and --
treatment free by wilting: Blood quickly. Harzj ii' Pharmacy, i"'" 11'tj For the I'rexention ol I '. -- ------ t
: The arson' [Il'iI tins 1'oj.n'ar! L nter' f
Balm Co., Atlanta, Oa, Describetrouble John !?heppard, iJney Kahn. Cniel'j to A ,;tnrals. she declared way I ft parable: in,. ,*."i., erv ff 1.'ra DR. KING'S
-- 't ,
---- dr.Ightf \
aud free medical advice The man who owns his own home ins tb,' laud of for coat that contained '| tort 'In.-.I" tn artytr a? "Tt' .t.',t' p.trf a I Medical Society, Attention
until cured. It K. 15 de ( fa.. '' .;rw t ". ntahrarRdnts'.r, TRY
not ; r 1
given NEW '
insures himself titbutton.. 'I demand i .. .. DISCOVERYFOR There will be
.. against lot of that this butch I pool. 14a I .r toPw i rk. a regular meet'; :
. contain mineral poisons or mercury trouble and worry. Nobody can cry shall cease.' Everybody: laughed al ; -o. R.T1..-Rt.Tlo.- ., ADW''S''G- the Pensacola Medical Hocietv *.
(a< *o many ad verti- remedies do), i ... THAT
raise his rent, and the rent day tu? her. and after awhile she V T ire.. A..LV To COLD. the Board of
but i is. composed" of Pure Botanic In went out I R R. a..rt.. ..U gredients. Over 3000 t testimoui of no terrors for him. It's easy to owna Inking her husband with her."-Philadolphia : 1f. R,11...hI....Iir1a It,., Pn....... t'.. TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. 3'clock p.m. Tuesday May 27. .
.,.._ \
home R !
fur ,
now-a-days. Thos. C. It..L'a. .1 h..t Jul-.ut..r. Visiting
IhPortLWILL physicians cord.i J .
cures bv taking Botanic: Blood BalmB. I Cures ConsumptionCoughs are
Watson & Co. can tell you howea ll 'it'K'.T'iI" K'1C"1i 1rt"ACT' invited to attend.
( "y it is. Call: and see them. CURE I Colds Bronchitis Asthma DR.

HOUSE Paints--, oils- -, glass--- and A. Herren, Finch Ark., writes, '! i GENERAL FRENCH SCHEDULED!I PneumoniaHayFeverPleu- j I DR. W. C. DEWBERV, PreIJI; '
"Foley's Honey and Tar is thebesti i

builders' hardware at the preparation f.-r "con h?, colds and I i Following is the schedule of the l! risy, LaGrippe, Hoarseness,", u25ttf Secretary.

lung trouble. I know that it hag ', Sore Throat, Croup and
Wednesday, May 28. Willis Hardware Co.'s.MIDWIFERY. cured consumption in the first'1' government steamer General French Whooping Cough.NO NOTICE FOR BIDS.
stares.Y.. A. D'Alemberte, 1211 which THE NEWS prints for the I I .
;?. Palafox street. benefit of the merchants who CURE. NO PAY. Rids for building a bridge aero f
ship Darren
Ben DunhamTHE Creek near Wards mill "' ul b*
The undersigned takes this method their goods to the various Prie 50c. and $1. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE.I.W.HARPBR celed by the Board of County <: >m .'
zt offering her services as a Educate Your Bowels. army slonersof Kicsmbia county. Kla. HI
.r'iss licensed midwife, having posts: cations can be bad by applying to tt, -

WORLD-FAMED ACROBAT.1 had: 33 years experience. Your bowels can be trained as well Leaves Fentacola_...._....._._. 7.00 a. m. of the circuit clerk Board court.of All County bid Comm to be filed" w
Can give best of references from as your muscles or brain. Cas- Leaves Barrancas.! .._ ...._ .._. I-A>a.m. AuJL S not later than 1: m.of June i+tb. E.: !_
, i IJlt leading physicians of this your Leaven hickens ._.. .. ..._. ._.._ s.i%) a. m. I By order Board of County Comiui.-
city. carets Leaves .. ..
Candy Cathartic train Barrancas_ 8:13 a. m. A. M. Mc IIL'
THE BEAUTIFUL DOUBLE i 1 MRS. M. OIDDEXS, bowels to do your Leaves Peniacola____.._ __10:15 a. m. Clerk Circuit <; .
JUt 111 South DeVilllera Ht.I : right. Genuine tablets I Arrive Barrancas 11:10 a. m. and then I ml Joan IT By B.i. Barton 0
i :
Sextette and Solos. stamped C. C. C. Never sold in makes to a trip to Fort McRee and then returns crJ _
Barrancas. -
i I Water coolers that do not bulk. All druggists, IDC. Leaves Barrancas _..___._ 1:15 p. m.
Leaves Flckens.._..._. ..?. _.... l S5 p. m. BARRANCAS, FLORID -
AND I} waste ice, at the Willis Leaves Pensacola ___ ".'_ .:.) p. m, FORT 29,1902.-Healed -ain
-, Hardware Leaves Plcksns .______ 5:15 p. m. try prop .
Co.'s.CTUKW Arrives Barrancas 5J!) p, m. and makes KENTUCKY triplicate, will be received "'
-PROF. E.O'L CHAFFERS' BAND. CASTORIAFor trip to McRee and return. 11:30 a. m., May 28, 19n2, for '
NO'JL'1CK. fitroctin, plumbing and electric w '
..1 +! P.\ I Wants and Children. boat On will Wednesdays leave Barrancas Saturdays Pick-the WHISKEY log set N.C. B. O. Quarter, here '. .
For the Benefit of the P. A. C. ..NEITHER eta nor eon the'Uae capUn.@i of own.the Die Kind You Hare Always BougN 'ens for Peniacola at 6:30 p. m. H. reserves right to reject or at the-. .
v. Norwegian ** Fine will be l;.=.rt any or all proposals or any part
Curtain jsjll Rise at 3:15 Sharp. responsible for debts contract The General French is for army t of. Information furnished on ap/n; !
t. ed by the crew of said ve.
. Tfcfcts: 50 and 75c. Peniacol&Lumber Co.J M. REINERISES Captain., of c have a pass from the quartermastero posals should be marked "Prop !nai'

Consignee take passage 01 her. Soli! ty Dasiiielsser Bros. for Construction," addressed W' "E
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Good enough But Official Declaration to That Effect State Convention Adjourns After Mak. I I II >

Is Still Lacking. 1 Ii7 a 1 VIEALTH, Ing Number of _Nominations.

London May 23.-Peace in SoutbAfrka Wichita. Kan, May 23.-The Democratic i
for anybody is regarded as assured but an state convention has adjournedafter

official declaration to that Effect is still 4 ,1r nominating six of the fourteen

lacking and there is Lothing official laces to be filled at the November
f to indicate when an announcementmay eltion.Y.. H. Craddock, mayor of
b.s general health of a
be expected. I woman is Kansas: City was named for gov- a
inseparably re
Opinion! is divided as to whether 8''I fated to the local womanly ernor. Other nominations are: for infants and Children.Ca .

btaemnt on the situation will be i&sued health. When the delicate James I). McCleverty Fort Scott,

tonieht after the cabinet meeting womanly organism and J. C. Ctnnon. cf Mount City, for toria N a harmless! substitute for Cantor OH, Paregoric -

whether it will be reserved for //a is diseased, the body loses supreme justices; Claud Duvall of Props and Soothing Syrups. It is Ilt>a..ant. It
plumpness, the cheeks lose contains ut-ither Opium Jlorphiiio nor other Narcotic
the meeting of the house of Hutchinson secretary of state; J. M.
commons their roses, and a nervous substance. It destroysVornts and allays Feterblmess.It .
Monday.. It seems. however at theb'st and fretful condition be- Love, of Kingsley. for auditor; William cures DinrrlKva aid AViml Colic It relieves Teething -

/ that only the basis of the peace comes habitual. Leuce. of Wichita, for superintendentof Troubles and cures Constipation. It regulates the I

terms will be before the ministers and Thousands of sick women j' public instruction. A committee of Stomach ami Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep. I

who have been cured oft th-s! The ChBdreii's lauacea-Tllc Mother's Friend. i
that :i they are accepted the discus> I. convention will meet with the
son of the r diseases peculiar to the populists in Topeka June 24 with .
details still power
may occupjfon.c : ; t tx by the use of Dr. The Kind You Have Always Bough'i
\ 1 I time during which presumably ;;' ;. rierce's Favorite Prescrip to ratify the ticket expected to be

an armistife will be declared. tion have testified to the filled out th*f1. i the Signature of

Meanwhile! outside the Doer com restoration of the general
iranJces health when the local disease HORSE JOCKEY SLAIN BY .
immediately connected with
l'!.e j-eac-e r.cpotations! fighting con' t was cured. I
Prescription: Act of Braining Her She Puts Bullet -
tJrwess.! ovat's
I grouts surprised establishes
d reSulaiIdries I In His Head.
FOIK'ho's command in Cape Colony last uiiheulthy drains, heals inflammation -
V\'tJit'bUy and captured most of thf and ulceration I| PittF"urta; )' 23.-Joseph Pearson #

I I Doer :! II- t, and cures female weakness. i! a horse jockey was shot and instant ,
; upi.ilfs.; I i I In Use For Over 30 Years.
I .. ly killed by his wife. Louisa at the fatlet's ,
I ud four bottles of Favorite I II .r.....". eow.a.v. 1. wun.a, {raft,, awo". Cllr. I
DEDICATION CF MONUMENTS. (I Yrrccrptiun' end one of j I home in Esplenborough last
I I 'Golden Medical 1 :ivxtry: "writes Mrs. hi- night.i .
- - --- -- --- ----- -
: nit D. Sheerer Program For Shiloh Military Par I,i 1'a, "and can -av that I an Hued of that dread i He was in the ad of braining her IF YOU ARE "
Amiuxnerhealth :
June 6 and 7. I! than HIT Itfore. Ervoie who knows me is j I with a hatchet when the woman warned Tle
CIIll' unati. :\fa23.The dedication surprised tosrr me look !'o\\cll In June when of hs intentions by numerous remarks LOOKING FOR BARGAINS Best
I wrote to \ou, I was so poor in health that at
;: 'w +I of the Ohio monuments In the Stella'I[ limes I could n"t wp'.k. You answi-rrd my let' I which he lad ]Itt: drop during
ter and told me wtut to do. I followed yotiradiue. the day, fired Dank -
point his ,
/ National at heaJ.
military park Is set for June I;, and today am I' ud. I tell eierUxxly I
> *' and 7 next. The program hag beer that with Cn.1 help I>r, Pierce medicines' The bullet entered the right cheek and] :For the next ten days I will *ell .

arranged as follows: '' \cured cu, \ou me are If welcome this few to words u-e them.are of They any might use to I lodged in the braIn, Pearson falling! a you any article now iu stock at a W'1)18 ey '

I I Hen a\.d: F. Piigh: Columbus, O. i help some other poor suffering woman." I corpse at the feet of his wife son anl discount of 25 per cent from the regular ::;-

I I cliairi'ian i' Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical ] dat -hter. Mrs. Pearson surrendered

Pr '' of Adviser laoS large pages, in paper covers i to the oSlteis:' at once and will be price. Think of it-you will And toe Beat Liquors
monuments to thanafia
Ii i is sent free on receipt of 21 one- I, held pending the coroner's save $25 on a diamond rice or pin, of all kinds served by: ;

I- i) gO\'l'rnml'nt. Governor Georp@M!j I cent stamps, to pay expense of mailing : verdict.High where atregufarprice it would cot Polite and fourteen }

II' I K Nah; acceptance! of monuments onIK (""v. Address Dr. R. V. Tierce, Buffalo ; Attendants.
#loO. See ; you ave -5; cents on
DORA BANDS are .':a!* .f tho UnitPd States by ,, 5. Y.DEATH. i School Professor Suicides.
{I d )ilar'e worth buy. Now FULL MEASURE ifiD
iueas tags from ra'lle.chairman of Nationsmilitary !! I Susquehanna, Pa., May 23.-Profes- every you i

ir !OND'NAruRAL park committee, representing - --- -- --- ------ I1 fOr! Benton H. James for many years is the time to buy y-Mir diamond or FIlE UIIIiY. .
LEAF I principal of the Montrose watch or other article in stock i'
I i trio :'.,->i-n>tProf war by Colonel Josiah High school, any
ViOPEACN&NONEY' I'anMia of Memphis: representing IN TROLLEY: WRECK. I committed suicide last night by hangIng very cheap. Call and examine DANNHEISSER BROS. ?

a LRiCEGREEW1IIE'iuu13000. I the Sh,!oh niilit,iry park commissionby 1 himself to a tree in the outskirts jjooJs. Remember: thi* offer Is for AGENTS FOR THE .
Brakes Refused to Work-Car Dashed only ten days. No trouble to ?how CEL.F.BRATED
i C')ionf 1 LnkcV.. Finlay. of th< I'I'I of the borough. The body was found
I I Down Steep Hill. today Temporary good J. I. STEPHEN'S, I I. f, HarDEr Whl lcy. ,
Fouith Tf'nr.fs C. S. A. insanity, caused
ep. ; represent i 112 South Palafox street.
1'astoa.I.i.,11ay'i-Two: menace e I by ill health is M ain Honse Kl) H. Palafox street. .tj
supposed be then
i Ing th" !state of Tennessee and the '
: Killed R. R.
and many men and women i Exchanere-Opp. Union Depot ;1
cor.t d!,-rat" dead! and lion. cause Professor James was one ol (
i by nalpl1: jurtd In P. O. Box 281. Pensacola, Fla. !
a wreck
few j
Tli- \nuilMT Thrrr" III the Illblr n. ('01", of Findlay! O, rE'l'rE'sl'nttngOhio 'I'| a milesbeyond ; the ablest and best known Instructors PEXSACOLAE. Phones 116-2e8. ':
.* world treated lint Easton at midnight last night i'
was lye and the Ohio Shiloh battlefield j In western Pennsylvania. He was a jI'
:: '- Mirritiiudiiif.* ('Uml"'tl l'I lonruisoion. The dead: I II former superintendent of public ij ONSERYATORY( l f ijf MUSIC There's lots of money to be made '

!.."- it-its air, wat. r and landliol.h I Edward Commodore Xameth. schools In Susquehanna county. in real estate-lots of it. A real estate -
There are 3S monuments for Oh!C ,
:'., ":e : ) by tlio sun. mooiIL Joseph Derhammer Easton. I sign is usually a finder-board to

'! -'..1'<'. Adam had tl.I'l''III1S I.KJI troop All but one are in place. ; An Easton and Nazareth car left I E. O'l' CHAFFERS, Director wealth. Thos. Watson &:. i

"I; '.. .! liy name and so did Noah. 1L j this sty shortly before midnight car i irying !Et tt. Co.. the leading Heal Estate firm
cave some offers which it would
p.t";:-nil. lunklns: tbrt'wn into fA1 ; 89 passengers. On a steep hill!!'
GOLD DUST. be worth while consider. Go
Piano, Voice Culture. Violin your
'in Palmer OFFICE) CF Pipe
uitli thne Hoim for the tl'jW.f township the brakes
re-1 and them
see to-day, and don't wait
5- Organ Cornet Mandolin, Guitar
1r' ':.!g thrw tiling! Sliiurit! Me I fused to work and the car ran away, i 1HEAI'r.Ai.t Cello, etc. till to-morrow.

f'i: and .\'tt' forgo were r"H'II.1 fro!1 "Let the COLD DUST: twins do )our work." descending l the incline at terrific spec I t / 1747 P. -cil.. ----- --

t-, inry fr.niace. Juli bad three "!* ; At the foot of the hill there was a !! C tslauda.tnue Also Director Pensacola Concert NOTICK. .;.

I. fni'n' TwJ'1'11"1' three! pate i I fharp curve. Here the car jumps! Band and Elite Orchestra. I have been authorized to take l

f' lis-Aliffllmin, l.:.tac and) J.HS I I- I the track and tearing loose from the I i .r sabscriptions for'm.. Jennings

h..'cruel was calfd! tl.Mf lulus: ; lIHja' '! I trucks; fell on Its side In the country i] Brass and String Music Furnished Bryan's paper, "The Commoner.. i
I The price in $1.00 in ad- ;
-'raicd per year
; hitiiM-if that' tiaras 0:1 lh !II I road. The I'
greatest excitement preI ill Occasions. vance. Those the 'I
L' !" "l.v of the child; I'aln d< '! papercan
I vailed. Many women fainted while [ have it sent to them
by :
rr."d 1 !1:1:111!: llnud! I.. (In' sl ln 'I I ,I It.te 14 iTw' Address : Escambia Hotel.
became" hysterical through I Ifright. f 1.00 to the undersigned.
d'- .' d the Mrtt of Ins print JHW I Thf're38 a wild scramble to studio: Parlors of Fit Baptist H. M. ROCHE 'j'I
t; ,i Trsi ( 'ouiuaiidiiii'Uts 11't'rl
C. '.*h>" lh.ul day. i get out of the car. While the passen'gf'rs Feb. 18 1901 hurch. Care Daily News !

.'\ I'nii'' djja.'d risrhts i it' i1 I' were being dragged from the car A. R. Bremer Co. ""

windows an effort was being made to I :oj
y. '!:wn.I"'P"t I th. THE GARDEN SECTION
I L ." atiil thrtv! tiiiu- I'.it. release Commodore from beneath the Chicago.

.' t trucks but before he" could be got out ;
r i nf the three :,:rates Gentlemen have oOFoPensacola: -.4 I
t, liP was extinct. The body of Der
.1 1 cSinrity.! Tlio faiunii-I
:h -,.' .,' ,,1'iis of tLe taker( amlir Are you a stave to housework hammer was found several yards from used Coke Dandruff

r >t .' ..'.J10 puss in thn" : GOLD DUST the wreck in the car The skull was Cure for the past Florida, f:

,1.-' I '. .-, !;are tho' holy triiuty1 hat done more than anything+ else to errancipatewomen teas<< Hired and the body horribly bruis year and found it an :I!!

!:. r.'t': .r,,! llnly (!Lit: the snort: from the back-breaitire burdens ol the ed. Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus
household !It cleans everything about the house- I excellent preparation j'
lrtt.r" .. .
> : r +. w 're thmj Iu Anti pots, pars dIshes. clothes and woodwork. Safes ,

NT Hit.:. t,, ;,.- i. n. $.; so also the fa; time, money "and worry. Beautiful
Proof I'rrnnniptlrr. Lots for
II,' 1 I: "1 motto was Condfe.edV.rrs ot Made only by THE N. K. FAIREANK COMPANY. ? Sale. t
Chicago. New York. baton St. LOU.S. A Mohan k \afii\r justice of the peace .
: .' z. In hoc s 1i'I1o. Makers ot OVAL FAIRY SOAP. nuanably ;:.-judgment for the plain I C.2:1..n 40x137 feet at from $76 to $200 each accord.

lit in civil suits before him \\ ithoutjlu'arnjj ; ,

T : *ioroMobile \ : the defendant! silencing that 'i l ing to location and surroundings.

ti'! i hall all other unfortunate litigant with "\' il
u'l'iy II. rot l |
'*'' -" '.. :'r. Exceptionally Good Neighborhood
!:' iiul until tlic links he roc you for if you don't owe Beautiful View
L-* 1..1 : .\',t-'l11'fdt.bfa[ liuu?" High Fertile ,
; KwbiMer 1'eniocrat. Dry Lands.
.. tt
itilil- A. D'Alemberte's.
i ;
i !.:r'-at in my yo; r l
"' ni-'l it a I'd'al'di i.11..1 i.-
: -, i'! ....i !., :
,I' .; t', .' I .'i-_ : nli: _' t.i cine by Burns, cuts and other wounds cffered in Pensacola. .
: '1" 'I' ,, ;,
; oiuic d| it ini'pvii -
,", r. often fail to h< al properly if neglected KIDNEY DISEASES *
:= 1'1. "
I' i' ca- Saturday night. June 14 ,
Rome Seekers Should See
: Ir .. and become" troublesome sores.IeVitt's These Lots
u .1 ''! 'l'! M"II.&I[ dl-US ,
leaving the union 10:30
: .. depot at p. Witch Hazel Salve I IUI ;i.1
!"t. 'U; > prevent -
-i m. IMurniusr, train will leave Mobile 71
:" ,: ..HI:, ii I-! C"I: CUM-I at 12 l'cJorkunday night, such con*eqt1f'ncP'1. Even thi most fatal of &U cII- AVGl
I; ,'"ict' '. .. where delay has aggravated the injury bbs
.1. '; F.J. : u
'I.: \ tfe" 1't .. June 15.:: Fare fllr the p'tind trip, : ,
1 "I" :,; J. :'., :.11'! i ;'IItitu1'111' ,: $1.50; (torn Cantonment and Century j DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve tuei. .

:.. '' t 'Jf' !''': t. It i.' -; ,- I'en-'icola.: Fur further in- effects a cure. "I had a running Corner Garden and Alcaniz .
:II-M i.-; !. i:, d.,-..- 1\11 ftrm.tion apply to ore on my leg" thirty year; ," gars 9 KIDIEY Streets. :.
c. '. H. C. Hartly Yankeetown, Ind. rULtl l' RED/
a : ;: -; "H.iiiul.! It lUtdi I-I JloBT. KINH: or I IPET.K 1 .
f' ''.' h "d II After using many remedies, I triedDeWitt' ) 1I I'
"" i-iil K.C. BREST
iiiiniiunr- WM. H KNOWLE8: '
: II
YKK. JR., J,
1.1. RKE8 .
f" !:
Hazel Salve. A few
!f i. 'Y':" '.'. Th. ,' utrrr 4011... ,, Excursion ;; President. Vice Fmldent. y'!
lfauagers Cashier, Asi't Caahler. '
boxes healed
: d.d! :,,1 1 .1\: ca-r: it fail- sore. Cures all or montY refunded. Conttiniremediei
skin dj*"ai'e;;. Piles yield to it at
:-1:': -'1' ciu-iilarsund !
t. '. .\ ')1r.."-. teH 'H i once. Beware of counterfeitHari I recognized by enU

F J. )f :n\ & C<>., LODGE DIRECTORY gis' Pharmacy.Kahn. John Sheppard, Sidney oent physicians u the but lot First National BankOF

.. ".. 1.11.:,: :".,,,. _,T.leilo.OCt Ohio j i I I ---- Kidney and Bladder troublu.

- .--- KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAtPensacola + I Know One !*nre Iffinedj PRICl flat ... II M.

>%.-rr,'a 'Lr l I Iii form obstinate cold lit name in Pni v-Balsan PENSACOLA. FLA.
< Jlrr'.U.
< W.
Lodge, No. 3. K. of P., - --
in iJfxoiiM.irp t'.,.rr '
'. meeti every Monday even O.A.STOn.X.A. .
i r.PS iiatijtHl Julia an1 ing at >;: In the Kloant WatiotKnlldlng. ( PARKER'S WM. H. KNOWLE8. W. A. BLODNT F. C, LRENID.
S l1iture : HAIR BALSAM H. K HYER. Ja
1 third floor. a 11.,1-- _
: .' during for se* .T.i 4 VlfiitlnK welcomed brethren cordtall) of '.(/ !C1'rom._.. and a lamnint bniuiflM growth.the hats I G. BRENT,
Ix-saii to think Join beets F.ii to Restore

',-.,,.- .i ;' I.'-:UK! In un nculd jopinns i..l1s to try tin sebe > : : HOKSI.SR.K, K.:CAMPBELL*. K.! C.,C a Mistake -- (1uesnlpd"s.r.AburlWml,,its II,Youtbfal"'lit I,", m.Color.Gray I ir r riji lld D m IU b AU B UA! ad Zi1 I ,

:t, I

I',', .' ..\'. :rg one day !Le ! on Great
: .Britain
:II.; \\iuit! douu Ireland
L LIFE OF T. DEWITT TALMAGE, by !bib / WING HOP Germany, France, Austria, Italy, Holland, Spain
> the \5l.iie!! are s.i\ Not 25 Cents a Pound. ij & CO.I Belgium, Russia, Nor
t" .. son, FFlU: '" hkN'I1'l'TALMAIiEand I i way, Sweden, Denmark and other European countries
; H"uciatredtun; it Christian Herald
: : .
sa'J JeLn.
ul\, hook \ll/or..1 liv iHlninee family.Kimrn *w 'Vessels Disbursed th. Most
\ Look at our Price* : i Terms, and
I., I says that we are j R: <> : 'mil proflf. for aseuts ahnactymck- Importers and healers in- Obligations Taken Payable at Pore of n88tiDatioii Ten Days
or Fifteen
L Sow
'.1. ,. + tyear. after
l I. 'nt tn ceits. Write immediately Vessel Arrlrea there.
.... ....15c I ISc .i i.ilf'8aiety
1 .1 I ..John.o\\' w el 1 ( LARK & C' 222 S. 4th St., Philadel-/ Extra Loin to 20c Chinese and JapaneseFanC'y
bb: "., .. Round .. .... .. . l3:: 13c J; and w. phi, Pa. M-nnon tlm pwDt-r e'rodltlNrs. Deposit Boxes for Rent in
Brisket and Chuck M 10(5
t.' tp.ircrd."-LNidua.tuswc nib Roast .. .. .. lc: is cRump with which we hare a Privet Apartment for the UM

hdAT s Jj lf t .. .... ...... .. I** 15c FINE CHINA of Renter
.' Considering: quality. above prices
\ni\"< a 31 South Palafox
', l-i-unde from a pren'i ar* cheaper than in any other city of St. .
"'! f ''- ,') >j Chicago phy"i The thy Capsules ircsjipenor[ Laundry Office. Pensacola
in the WE WILL
-i'! this size country. FURNISH
1. ,- 11 l ,' M ..t; filH! eminent'' to lUlsa-a of Cojaiba YOUR HOME FREE!
I" .., .. too-t We do have to pay more for our
,tf :, .! :.ry. The ingredient* Csbcb and Injections.Thpf (@)I meats. and have to charge more I --- - -- ------

,; / : ,.r. -' at money cm buy, ('I1J'in 48 hours tie than formerly, but it isn't our fault. REMOVAL NOTICE. wine Wrt lUnstntMl tn day for oar ramlotur h&nd-

'?:,1:1. : '".:rti' ally combined to i stop 1'uq es 'I"ttCo.I1. sitytnc'm.; and we are selling as Iowa>' we possibly I' and miuiuA-what we Iwanuful for pnorum READ our THE|).IETTEES trooa ODd
(fire *.Hull
II., .\'> "''I'.. !,' ": value.V.. A. .,,,,._:. CillO"' n DRUGGISTS can. I ; I i oorsnsj wegtCtOe.ti<, ,be dvthne conTinecJ with that.thorough jcu
1:1P.1Llf' : Dr. G. puivhafcT of -
x street.Folcy's H. Tuttle, t l I4 or tio'tlc of renameforD !/ rtuabic tonic. I
j eholteofIu"eoftb.hsml

Honey and Tar Dr. J. G. Heard Pumpg premaasintheai.rtet... .. .... Lam .. Rrueieta.
I.Uwrar .
Every Woman i >l" r' : roanini fua. Cat
*'' Phone 173. .)nu. S. Bell & :Son*. Plate*arid other auufBl prarrt To '
\0 0pate'"T ,
_' \ theatr-iUwtioMlsoD'TSlIioxetof' Soup

\lJ.\) '. '. !1y'.t:: -r'-lt! to a lltt'S' |f ., 4i I''' USnletatedandshnnJtnow Ibuuttbewonitrdw! LINE SCHEDULEnPlwt"en DENTISTS. toy we *i-iTe K|.-I a,ut 60& t Itfff..auGyi.eorated filBurr: ...t-no andBar.ro4vr. ( a
Whirling Spray :
f. H'r->. 1)tIt they must' L! '. *.Si t SS"v 1't;! TTnn w r iMi iftai Jj f. Ituonia 7 and O, Sla onic Temple.All i Ism "T nine h p>.o0oi v:tu mj ii.ihn,anl """III'(. Weaisor. .*.. ",, :-!.....if.r"I'f"
.' *Ulg-tLpacoti.. liinnrf Ii 11114. S
urifcr > f''ntr* 'fal' ,
: Ty: V 5PL\iL "**aJIW'KMI. R.'at.r fii
r.J11-t watch their l.are '
tc'' \* T v V e i Mewl Cnnv*>nif!t and Milton-ttoatIlium branches of Surgical. Operative Rndtlt't'haolcal onMm 1.1IC BLr ... Minion 'VAIV. KrilTea a..aVaiiml
:-: it. ludiff-t tt. r It llr.a.r,Iw.ny, Fensm-nla Dentistry performed a,th technical : 5itsnarurkOnin. : nrka tnmteware iuainitne-, + .nj(.)'II't nw.
They holiday. skill. Good r"c.;Te,| !i a.Lta If ':uhtiinerrnd -
KM-ept >"Uy.
.. C. Watsou & Co. Daily j .all 1""o0oi. alit ,be,. iamre sly riutbmcri hare not are ma aU rnn. a'etrastyoaohmryrt.taR"L we ailnw! A eery 1 l.l., *r\i i.ijrtnits-,
;\ prannot Nq'py the 'g"nr special attention given nth m esmpbrre"htfcr Will .. ,
t.) .. :icnl I uly I flne barsjrai; i t-- "CITY OF TAMPA." Teethdold ana Porcelain Killings to Children's, Crown: I manduha In a trw diji. 1 am more loan IIlIdanothe.or"e fln! ..4 .iih theo ,tirlm-r the jnn (js mnt Uv* and 11w.....jlwrrt m whl.-h 'j

r 1. -: '. wand they invite lnenatetlY nl- .itgrn '! and Bridge Work. Mr* AG.NEa AAAA IIIJJ.' ." money before.haying MB, 1>..1 flClAT yoar. V V

1 1.J lave-tigate anie.: !' tWltmmrulstand'Anrrnnn.ln :>11110011:$' *" ira '?tolJ5SSFare Best !Material SAlVONA SOAP CO. [ 12th d PInE
Competent Dr.
K St&
i' W '; "-- r-t KaviE done'': T :ti l>UloUli .11%Kl hl.CO.. l'l'lI'at'0Ia.1I lam ST. LOUIS. MO.

I Room iic Times Kldg.Ne .\orK. I ('; Roonel trip.":110. j i Telephone Xo. (7K.

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( WITH ARSONSeveral '4 VALUES dt ,*

AND PERSONALS for anybody !
I I II ; weeks ago there was considerable ON CHILDREN SHOES

J JA'pirty flt.l. navatva F1t.LEf AUXILIARY TO THE BROTHERHOOD consternation at Century ,

of children,:chaperoaed the fact that houses READ THE LIST OF PRICES AND
over dwelling YOU WILL
+4 b/Mr*. J. R. Keller, are spending: LOCOMOTIVE l I AGREE :
8hm:; were burned almost every night fora
the d \7 on the western bay
They left the city ill a hgd furniture ENGINEERS time, and several were totally -
1. I i $1 IJQ Misses' Cross Strap Sandals, 11 is to 2...... ...... ..
g wagon. | destroyed one night, the torch in $1.05

qrj fie laws at the residence Tuesday. lay 27-Trains at 0.30..11I.1! each; case having been applied by a
At party $1.50 I Mi"--Button Fedora', 11,1;> to 2...... .... .... .... $1,05 I I ]
l Tsdry and S:3O I). in Tickets J.;) cent cowardly Incendiary.

t.f. Iichtel'a pirUh. pin; p>n; will be \' Handl'-Llst of Prizes to he Aw ariled. :,!1 Suspicion's finger was directed to.ward i $1.50 I : Hisses'trar Sandals, 11!! to 2... ...... .... . Olflr I
{ a negro named Tom Jones, .
I' playeJ. Among the refreshmentswill i

t bs ice cream, cake, chicken I I Ieilad tt //o iI I 1 well known here from having beenemployed : $1.25 I Misses'Patent Leather Sandals, 12 to 2............ 7f,

beaten biscuits, etc. The I : at the home of J[. H. Sullivan I /0

public U cordially invited to attend. The Ladies' Auxiliary to the I corner Baylen and Gregory i $125 MU5es'RedKidSandaU'12to2. ......... ". .... ... 7n-
Brotherhood of Locomotive Eugi- ,
streets.| j
The Stitch ia lime i

\Vh-n pe.>;>le begin to hse appetite I dance nests will at Magnolia give a basket Bluff picnic Tuesday and, !: As soon as Jones saw he had been $125 I Child's Cross ?'trasaad-iis'svtou.. .... .. .... .. Qtj-

, or to get tired enily; the leatiinpruJenee i found out he left suddenly and was I:> -.

,.> stitch brings in time on tlutaives siikness.Tno nine May 27. trains leaving the city at hidden until Thursday when he was'': $1 .25 chndv2-Butt F dcra, SKi iiOR ...... .... .... .... 95:
9:3a.\ m. and 3anll: 8:30 .
\ p m. ,
HooJ's: S irs:ipanll i taken n<>w. 1 I picked UP by Deputy Sheriff Brew.i i '
f; T'.is great medicine enjoys the Ticket;, including! transportation, ; $1 Child's l-Srrap .'.lIHals.&I? OJ1................ .. ,
!;11 -line dNtiuctionaj a preventive tint i ton, who carried him before Justice 95:
+ .. i'i doen as a cure, which is saying a 2> cents. i!| Stilley at Bluff Springs for trial and
1' I\eal. for never b..f re in the Prizes will be awarded as follows i : $1.00 Child's Patent Leather Si&dals' S:> to 11...... ... 65
'i commitment. The witnesses :
tory of medical scifmse his *oi 7/ were5cattered |I
the contests beginning on arrival of.
} i:lUiM thought bee given to :
:1 medicine: i* being given preventive 3.Sop. m. train: 1; | over the county and* a i: $1 I'OQ Child' Red rid ': now. 'trial could not be had. A date for a ., .
}, B"-t looking girl baby under five
r N handsome hearing has been set for next week. 'I J lOT Infants'Puttoi.Ioe.3t 6. ..... .... .. . .. ... ..
years-a gold ring by J. I. 25i =
1 DIXIE GUN CLUB'SWEEKLY Stephen*. Jones is charged with arson; a

crime not bailable and punishable

\ SHOOT Best looking boy baby under fiveb, death in Florida. He has not MEYER SHOE CO"i
year*-pair gold cuff buttons by i ,
-- Peter Liudeustruth. much to say about the charge, but i,

TLORODORA'SANDS he was almost frightened out of his Feet FimiNiers! for tl1,11 Only,
The Miilar; weekly shoot of the are Foot race for girls under 13; years- I

Dixie Jan club was postponed from of same value as tags from fine parasol by Wm. Johnson & Son. ; senses, when he was brought here Ii i 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.

Thared-iy till yesterdiy on)[accoun t'' :3 TAR'DRUMMOM'NWAI LEAF. Foot race for boys under 13; years- i! yesterday afternoon, and did not I l -

of Ibad weather. {6i1r'i. Vidal, 'GOOD LUCK'UDPEACNdHONEY'fi ne silk handkerchief by P. Stone. breathe easy until he was jn the

Forbes and Muldon tied oiiJ18 out of .'RAZOR'and lRICE GRlEM'Ill? Best three jumps by boys under 10 county jail-where- -he- is- -at pre"ent. I LAW DEPARTMENTOF

[,I) for the b.lJ6'e. Tin ties were shot Tobacco year*-fine pocket knife l>y C. .WON'T FOLLOW AIIVICK AITKll -
R'i j
oil onijthe; hade waswon by Mr.Forbe I Johnson. '{ PAYING FOIL IT. 'I|
-- ::: ---=- | John Stetson
?, :24 out of tTpossible,2-j..Home 1- -- '- -- Best three jumps by girls under W. In a recent says, "It article is next a rrominentphysician to impossible : I i I University

of the menihor? shot at 100 targets 1I .. ........................... years-fine album by J. M. Coe. I| for the physician to get his patients -/i I>e Land, I'lorldrt.

Mr. MuldJU scoring 'Jt5, only missing; I : SERVICES AT THE CHURCHES :| Lady having the most children on to of carry hygiene out or any diet prescribedcourse to the I I .JOHN K.FOUBES. Ph. I)., President ALBERT J. KAintlH. I.I. n, I"'ar

four targetMr.. Battle, representlav 1 I. smallest extent he has but j[I Fall TtTIII (oillllHMHM'o W('(llH'..laj, Oftl,lM'P I. J!lfI:.
the : ; one re-1
;I grounds-fine hammock by WilUs
: ......................... 'I
the Winchester Arm Co., participated Hardware sort left, namely the drug treat TWO YEARS' (;OUR Jo-The Law Department of John B. Mt-lio.i r..... .. > I
Catholici Company. meet" When medicines are usedfor : a two-years' course, leading to the d"zrea of LL. K I
in the shoot. i i Tug of married chronic constipation, the most UEUREEAICMIr, :; TU THK KAK-The diploma of the Law,: n: iHtt't'ion -
St. tichlprTomnrV:11: be war vs. single I'niverBity admits to the Hnr.
! mild and gentle obtainable, such as FUlTHEKI.FnKS1ATDN-F', .. ..
The 50 rocks
score* at were a a 1 i
i ;
t (Children' Day. r'pet' 'i.ti cerui'utta a men-buttle One wine by C. Thieseu. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Ired information regarding the Law IIt' lOrtOlt'nt.addrtH

$ follows: ;i I instead of(i. Crowns:.?of statute; Fattest baby on the grounds-box Tablets should be employed. Their ALBERT J. FAKRAH. Dean of Law Dc\\'irt'I :- :

V. 3 j i iJI. reading; bas tt.mat: vows; flfs-r'i :;;U!:e of use is not followed by constipation ).. 1 L.: : .
fine W.
;: candy by H. Trainer. as they leave the bowel in '
Forbes. H i i L little cue, (;.\:. All Cat!die: i'.ild-! a natural -
Mint married thee healthy condition. For sale
J. M. Muldon .-1., i r.n are ii.\ti'dto: jute-. Tre col-! popular lady on by all druggists and medicine deal

(Jeo.V.. Turton.I}l lection' at the nia5c: = will!: be for th ;.;-r..untl-Iine rattan rocker by Mars-, ; ". i, AWii'thW( '
-- r 'ilrr
(1'0.1'. :\ !" .3i'' Holy Father ton & (f.llni. : .
Is Found In
Tog Distress.
tit Ju-.epi'-! Rev. t.t Pullet:
)Ir. little.37 eit Most popular young lady on the Norfolk Va, MayThe Standard
F. K. Ira ru -r.ol; tog Paoi-Firrt n::-.?*. G:3J a. u:.;
i I groulid?-pair of fine slippers byjf iI j il Company's tug Volt towing the
Ali limit. | hint maS''w! : a. in.; benediction' ,I MONDAY AND TUESDAY -
Meyer ,*>!.or: Co. I barRe i'rO\'jcDt'l'i bound to Galvestonwas :
: ia.
Vilil ."XMnldv.i :: p. 1 picked up off North Hatteras i ina '

F'rb' 4 .... ...... .... .... .... ... ....'* -. i Most popular married man-five i disabled! and sinking condition, having .
l.l>l'al. !i
.21 1' pairs half hose by Bas & Co. : blown a hole in her boiler. The oJ May 26th and 27th
Ct.ri-t Church! -Service* by the I I LAT -:
Tnrtau .2t i Most popular young man-fine j i tug Chief, from .,Io ilp. bound to Phil-
: rector, Rev. P. }f. Wh:1I"y: at 7::*>
Mom"; .20/ adglphiatoa ed her into Cape Lookout :-
shirt John '
by :
and 11 a. m. and 5 u. .
Mr. Battle.13 : Cove. The captain if possible, will repair t
I jAt Ht. Kuherine's Church! corner Best lady dancer-bamboo whatnot the damage othl'rwis.she will b f r'

.15 HirdiVidal Cervantes and Sixth avenue, Rtv. '!| by O. :\1. Pryor. '( towed< to her destination e''i, L.FRIEDMAN&CO'S.I *;
jJ. R. Bickaell Priest i in ChargeJ ; -

Forbes .1' : Daring: the absence of tl.e Rev. tr. Best gentleman dancer-fine bat -.............- -....--.
Muldou .]13'; Bicknell, there will services ; by W. J. & B. Forbes. i I "My Family Doctor"
Turtu every : !' 'Blue Island Ill., Jan. 14.1W1.Messrs. Yards Embroideries and '
1'; !
Sunday at 11 o'clock, the Rev.: H. A. ;j Best looking: engineer on the'- ELY BRos.-I have used 5 000 ;5 inches 5c yard /{:)

Merlin .12 ,r Brown, U.8.A., otliciating.: Stiuday ,'I groundfine guitar by J. 1\1. Clut- ;your Cream Balm in my family for irsfiiois .. ..
a tt .10At school as Usual. 1 nine years and it has become my ,
i __ :, ter. I family doctor for colds in
10 Bird.. the head 1'ard3.lnch COLORED :
\,111.... ...... .... .... .... ...... I 'Inaf llhl. f Ugliest engineer on the grounds ]I use it freely on my children. It ia i;; 3 000 5c yard
I I be;.... ...... ........ ...... ...... tij i bin"cogze Wharf M. E. Church i I j j''box of fine soap by Sidney Kahn. 1 troubled Godsend more to children or less. as they are LAWNS. all togoat. .. .. .-.

:Vuldon. 10Morfriu South-Preachin;{at S p. n:., by Re\. .}; Lidy selling greatest number of Yours respeclfnlly, KIMKALL... See Show Window. +
y.: E. Wilson. :Fundarschool at 4 run., Judge for yourself. A trial size F ?
tickets-fine EscantbiaJd > '/' .,,, &,
picture UI'I
by be had for I I / / I I I I I I ,
Battle 6 J. \. Andrew*, Superintendent. can; the small sum of JOent I I I I I I I I I I I
Furniture *. Supplied by drurjrits
Company.'c or
Total*. : Reed' Chapel-Preaching at i:: mailed: by Ely Brothers, Ii Warren "
\'llaloutOf00.... .... .... .... ....!li IForb".l'utllf 2 p. m. by Rev. A. L. Jone. Sunday Gentleman selling greatest num- !St., New York. Full size o 50 cents.l'ynylalam SATURDAY AND MONDAY l

100 .94 school; at 10:3j: \ a. m., M. A. Yatsuperiutendetat. k. 1 her of tickets-handsome comb and -----

Muldon, out of IIH) .9'JTur I brush by W. A. D'Alemberte. \od nukes a e.,ecJj end Kelievra otcotulu tight gad cold Away a.:>() Pair Cliildron' SliiM'cisoith I ft* 1 a 0(;
ton, out of !SH) .SO Gadsdeu Street Church.! Rtv. \V. .S I.5O anil *'J.M), sizes s'',, to 11 andS I
Girl under 17 years selling greatest 11 t to 2, all to go: V > PaIr W-
Morgan, oat of loo .7sBattle ({. VreeUud, Pastor-Protracted ;

!, out of .B2: meeting; *ervice at 11 a. m. and & number of tickets-fancy atomizer WNirVWM.I See Show Window. -

,. Brawner: out of 5i).:54. p. m.; onr; ervice at 7:30, p. m. The 'by Wm. Blumer. ,.

pastor: will b*. assisted by Rev.Diniel Other donations have been madeI < YOURS .
IVnsacola Lodge: No. ;3, 1 K. of I'.- hi* two daughter2, who will play the; McMillan Bros., cash *1.j ,, I flfli'I A. _

Iv"jrulur meeting Monday nisl't, will violin continue and cornet. These meeting j H. Muller, 10 Ibs sugar. < L. FRIEDMAN & CO.
May 2'!, at ? o'clock. Members are duly ir.oruins and :
evening, for two weeks. Jas. McHugh, 10 Ibs best coffee
specially requested to" b* present.Woik .
in the rank of Knight; by M. E. Church South, Palafox Pat McHugh, tt doz. cans milk. mmm P PIi i RACKET STORE. 'f'Aw." .?

the Senatorial Members Street, Rev. J. M. Diuuelly P. C.- Parlor Market 1 ham. .= :"t'

' of inter i lodges and visitiu brethren Services at 11 a. m. and N p. m.; .
; ,; L. Jacoby 10 Ibs sugar. ::- mHNmmNmN
cordially invited to attend. Sunday school at 9:*" a. m.. J. t r }
j \ Nick Apostle box fine -
; 'N.Andrew*, \ cigars. : '
superintendent; Ep1i :
.' }1. HoIt!>LKK, K. R. AK. ;i I worth League! at .:W p. m., W. U.i J. C. Van Pelt, 1 hara. i iI i" - -

i Mackey. prei>lent. All are cordially H. Hfinbe! .,1 gal pickles. >I : DAILY MENUS I II
I ; Paxson
& Hall'sTransfer.
I to attend. II
RATHBONE SISTERS. Emile Pfeiffer, 20 loaves bread. *= Comprise all the Up-to- II I
: C. Hartman) loaves bread. =- Date Dishes the Markets uJ I
Magnolia Temple No. 4, llathboueHiters Ilapuut. = -1
| Stratton Ice Works, 1 100 lbs ice. I' of the World I
had :- a
a largely attended me tFirst: Baptist Church-:services at : t -f' I
Jacoby Grocery Ro, 10 Ibs sugar ': :::JIll Afford. I
ing/ yesterday afternoon at which '[ 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Preaching by .
L. Friedman Jc Co., admissions ;.
meeting they decided to have a bay the pastor, Rev. Frederick ; tickets. I <==- -

excursion at an early date. Announcement Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.. E D. ------- SPECIAL ATTENTION

of same will be made Bcjrijs, superintendent. Younz People's Doa't think less of your eyetem':I (;. Ladies' Private GIVEN TO

later. ; .service at 7 p. m. A cordial i than you do of your house. Give it ,
MRS C. E. BKAWNKK, vitation to all to attend. < Dining Parlor. Baggage and
I a thorough cleansing, too. Take < Hauling.I ,
Mr+:ElInh GORE, M. E. C. I Christian Hood' Sarsaparilla : t::- I allta111NNIJ; ,'V .

6 M. R. C. ,::JIll I
Machinery, Safes
Church of Christ Corner Alcanizand Pianos and

THE BKKAKh'ASt CUI' Jackson-W. T. Tracy, evanse1 GRAND RALLY FOR Regular Dinner Daily. Furniture Moved Promptly at
lit, from Tennessee, continues the (Short Notice; also Conduct....
Can Bring Joy or Trwtlile. meeting for the Church of Chri at. NEXT TUESDAY NIGHT ::- -
Services at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m. ,: ; PIIU"f'r.CI4A .... ...
Change in food and drink will Short Orders Promptly I
sometimes make over even elderly j. Wash Day
Lutheran. The East 'I .::::11II Filled. Night or liar '
people and restore them to natural End Democratic Club Livery Feed and
Lutheran Church ::- ,
health.A Palafox Wharf-Services Sunday on will hold a grand rally at its hall on With a Gas Rangeh *
man of 70 writes that at the age at 10:30: a. m. All every East Government street : : Sale
Scandinavian Tuesday
of CO he began to break down and If If Something Good to Eat Stables. "
blur.r"r,1: *
| people in Pensacola are welcome.) night May 23, at 8 o'clock. The fol- you wish you'll find It at no longer a :
was a partial invalid until 67, when O. Folden :::- ,
pastor. with it'a heat and and kin lr- :
he concluded that coffee was one of lowing speakers will make addresses: Corner steam
the prime causes of his sickness,and !!I German Lutheran Church-Sun1 i- Scott M. Loftin H. C. Clopton and t, Nick Apostle'sPopular ; Zanagosa and Jefferson Streets annoyances. Those houiekp--''
began using Postum Food Coffee in 1 day school tI a. m.; German service i Opposite Plaja. ... Telephooe 251.
its place with Grape-Nuts Breakfast ,! 10:30 a. m.; English service,":&)p.m' Henry Bellinger. i'II. Restaurant I who value a good servant can m**"

Food and some fruit at his meals : J. F. W. Reinhardt pastor. All democrats are especially invited i, I -r the work lighter with a Gas Ra:JZ"
t M He eays "Nowat the age of 70 I to attend. Refreshments will t I
: am as strong and hearty as I wi old Pretb)tf'rian. be served and a general good time' 1MmHM, m HARRY HALLHARK.Minsjer as it saves time and labor a? wpi: "'
i &O. I would not back to First Presbyterian Church '
go my -Services > be transfer fuel Its facilities for all kind: '
t mode of living for a hundred thousand ( by Rev. Linn R. Walker, pas may expected. I P: bepartmeat.
dollars." tor. Morning and evening. The cooking are Infinitely superior" '
; This in Hilt ,jglic is invited. McDuffie's Witch Hazel If wish the lestice Marston
man was a pioneer | Foot Healer fe one of the finest you very $ Quina are sole coal ranges or stores.Pensacola .
in 1837 later
: on was! an early settlerin
at the
North Dakota. He requests t that i Clif Utian 8ci nl*. baby powders known cures prickly''' cream freezer verylowest agents for the celebrated

his name shall not appear in print., Services at0:11'eatGregory street heat and gives instant relief. i ] price, the Willis Odorless refrigerators
i Name given by Postam Co Battle: I I at 11 a. m. All interested are i invited Sold John 25 CENTS. I Hardware Co. can please Gas
Creek, Mich. I to attend. by Sheppard 405 6. Pal-1J absolutely guaranteed or ,

afox street. I you.j money refunded, No. 3 S. Paltfcx St., Peniicol. Fl.E .


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