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 26, 1902
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular


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

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Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
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WITH BOERSThe of Many EndangeredFrom France and United States Pay ARE TROUBLED1The .: J,

Dense Smoke. 1 .'.1'.:
Tribute to His Memory. ,

Rssult Will Probably Be Known by Next FOUR ATTENDANTS INJURED WASHINGTON Revenue Is Expenditures t
CEREMONIES AT Annually $ --- ;1. ,

Prompt Work of the Fire Companies
Wednesday. President Roosevelt and Distinguish $25,000,000.
Prevented What Might Have Been a
ed A+ea Make AddressesBandsPlay
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Terrible Holocaust In the Cit Hospital .

/ and Sailors and Soldiers Cheeras ====-u.. _
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I of Cincinnati. I
.- -.OWt. tive*, and i if not allowed to carry I Statue First Sees Light special to The Ne; s. I.

1. .. May 2>>.-The continued arms their existence would be made Cincinnati Jlay1.Fire: in the city Washington, May 21.: -The presU j \Vashiiigt, busy 28 -Much un- SOFT GOAL MINERS I
hospital at 4 o'clock this morning caused -
:inference regarding: the intolerable.As dent o! the Unite! States today join I easine== is felt here by the friends:
a fire alarm, but the
fortunately controlling JOIN IN THE STRIKEWilkesbarre !
ed with the official representative of
;rations: ,. though; shrouded can be seen these are serious forces prevented loss! of life. Cuba over the financial: situation in .
the Preach republic in unveiling the I

;, Ly, ii interpreted by a ma- questions only English versions of moke Four attendants and injured.were overcome by statue of Marshal Le Kochambeau, the the new republic. There i-i much

: : the British public as a hope- which are canvassed, butjwith more The fire started in the drying room.Jpon compatriot fo Washington and the unofficial speculating; Washington tpl'cial: to The OtlWi.< i

the alarm being given from the coniniander-in-chief of the French Pa., May 26-Ills j
'i :1. The growing belief in the optimism than was displayed on the circles as to the course to be pursuedby
hospital box the ten blow for additional forces in America during the revolutiucaiy announced definitely that a strike I

!A ii.,rf of proposals, at least has eve of previous settlements of the engines was immediately bound'd. war. It was an event combining President Palma. has been .
in the
By this signal the fire department many demonstrations of international bituminous
.' : "I1 ed. with the Boers. Among those who have expressed
difficulty recognized the hospital as a dangerous good will, with French sailors coal fields of Virginia and West i' I

(..-'-'ired' Pretoria dispatches sayL building. The precaution was very from the battleship Gaulois mingling anxiety are men whose whole interests Virginia. This order involves 126000 ,- i

London, May 26.-A most important valuable, for an abundance of wen and their cheers with American bluejack.
;! r. ier leaders are still there. The are centered on the island and men and will add gravity to thd i
dispatch was received from laborers were thus provided. There ets, French Cags entwining their folds

,"L i : delegates; are still at Voreenig- were 25 girls sleeping on the floor with the safe and stripes and with who have! spent years there. They situation in the anthracite region, l!jj

Pretoria today which has resultedin above the flre. They were quickly oratory and music expressive! of where 147,000 men have been Idle
1:1.: hut no hint is given as to the chafe at the delay of congress in : !
aroused by the first one of them who Franco-American friendship. i
a hasty calling: ; of the official cab- over two weeks. '
i ears- negotiations and apparently was awakened by the smoke. The su- The ceremony of unveiling was fixed I granting relief through tariff conces i
inet to meet tomorrow morning.An perintendent and nurses of the hos- for 11 o'clock this morning, but I Around the strike headquarters '
IK.-known here regarding:; them. sions.
announcement of the meeting pital used every effort to prevent pa- long before that hour the streets were here today is said the action of the t

I: i t? understood here that the Boer tients and others from reckless flight 'Hied with marching men and with a The revenue of the island i is ?L0- soft coal men will be a severe blow I
is expected to be made in the Hours and with the assistance of police and great ,,offs eager: to witness the exercis .
'Jf.fjates are awaiting a reply to I of Common;: this afternoon. firemen a fatal panic was prevented.The -s atd review. A battalion of OIIU.U1O), annually; expenditures, $23; ,- to; the operators, who have relied on i 1 1I

iif a dozen points; which they fire was soon under control, but French seamen arrived by special t ),U00. The new government has a plentiful supply of soft coal to

!!.\ll the Boer delegates except smoke filled the entire hospital and train from Annapolis early in the day, break the backbone of the hard coal
i.-. d. These were considered iu pledged payment to the Cuban :
no less than four girls were overcome and headed by the crack hand from
ChrUtion: Dewet to I
; are prepared ac I strike.
udiy's cabinet meeting and are. by it and had to be carried out. They the French battleship swung through army. In order to prevent int/rnal
cert the British terms. were: Pennsylvania avenue to Lafayette --
pihas been forwarded to the Boers Kate trouble on the island this pledge
Catfney. square: where the shrouded figure of
The authorities consider the struggle MONT PELEE
with the addendum that this is the Annie Rusch. ".T-3: "t the French Ced! marshal awaited the must be fulfilled. Both army and f

practically closed. Helen o\"prv. signal for unveiliug. The American
final communication of the British Rose : bond payments are waiting.
fallee. foldierb: sailors and marines alrealy :

.',vernment and must be accepted They were found In their rooms and had assembled and gave their French Those who understand and realize STILL ACTIVE I

A TIDAL WAVE were upon the verge of death when brothers III arms a hearty welcome.
'ected outright. the formidable obstacles
discovered. They are still In a serious The American troops wore under command to be sur --

result will possibly be known. AT FORT DE FRANCE (condition but will recover. The flames of Major General S. B. M.Youcg. mounted, before a prosperous gov Speciil: to The News.

I were in the middle rear room, and Ifi !
\ \\ I -- they had not been quickly subdued j PreJc>r> Roosevelt and the members eminent can be expected, are at sea Point-a-Pitre, Ouadaloupe, May

', to a Bier story, it is bv \,I would have soon spread to the entire ; of his cabinet arrived at the reviewing I us to proper steps t" be taken to relieve 20.-Two thousand persons have left .j
peciiU to The New i building. stand shortly before 11 o'clock i
i three chief overtures de- i the situation. Martinique for Trinidad, one thousand '
l'ari5.1:1y: : ::6.-There Is a persistent and took position immediately facing f

: :, ..- the Boers are that but a rumor from Bret that a tidal I j the draped figure. Alongside the pres- I for Colon and ethers are leaving

FRENCH DELEGATION i, idenlial party sat the French atubae: S. E.COBB'SHOME as rapidly as opportunity offers.
: 4 elapse before autonomy wave has burt over Fort de France, udr.1.. Cambon General Bnuere.; TIle

.I' the use of the Boer lan on the inland Martinique, and NEW' Vice Admiral Fournier and other distinguished number of refugees arriving '
.,' ::.>- -chools, and regarding that the French cruisers Suchet and IN representatives of the I BURNED AT MADISON here is small, owing to the fact that .'
-- French government and also the rumors are circulating at Fort de 1 '
have been
Tage badly damaged.
: .r d.1.: ->f the disfranchise- Count and Countess de Rochambeauand ''i I France that the Grand !Houfriere +
The maritime: prefecture at Bres Bp*>cial to The New 9. Count de Lafayette, descendants Bpeclal to The New'a.
'.: : :. Colony rebels. It volcano on this island
> Cape is
New York 2 has the information on the subject May I Madison, May 26.! -The handsome

:- 1- i.j imam Boers are seeking; ; Gaulois: arrived here todayto Washington. The Rev. Dr. Staf I home of S. E. Cobb here caught fire state of eruption. This rumor is not

You never heard of one using ford delivered an impressive opening; at 2 o'clock true. ii
'::/ U'-urances regarding any participate in the ceremonies i in prayer. At its conclusion President yesterday morningand !
Foley's Honey and Tar and not being was destroyed. Mr. Ccbb had Mont Pelee is still :
active :
just throwing
... of visit this of the Roosevelt -
-1. nf arm;. They feed 1 honor the to city stepped to the front of the
I ;satisfied.V.. A. D'Alemberte, moved his ,I
family to Pensacola, out
I French who attended the platform and extended a peaerous welcome vast quantities of fire,
.-:r .. -- ,d ;;,>-,rise among the na 121 S. Palafox street delegation to French I where he is to engage in business.
guests.As cinders
and lava.
Frpnn _
unveiling of the Rochambeaustatue. *uq>nt df'tona______
the president closed his remarks I I I
Toccoa Quarantines Against Cornelia. tions are still heard. Since the beginning '
Salutes between
< were exchanged i the Countess de Rochambeau drew I
-- -----------=---- --=--- ---= ===-:---=:.-=-=:::.:== the forts and the Gaulois aside the veils enveloping the figure, Toccoa, May 24.-On account of the of the eruption, heavy rainfalls

: bringing into view the massive bronze spread of smallpox at Cornelia the and thunder '
; II storms have been
1111' i TillS i which was escorted by the battleships mayor and courvcil of Toccoa issued "
proportions of the famous French
Block of commander
Bargains Alabama and the I quarantine orders against that place experienced in Guadalonpe.TODAY'S .
1 ; Kearsarge
,,1.1,1\ : WIII: { : i I standing proudly erect with I
this afternoon, placing the
cruiser Olympia. I arm outstretched directing the fortunes penalty !
I $:::5 to $100 for any one violating the MARKET
of field .
I \1'i i war on the of Yorktown.A i REPORT
j i ordinance. Dr. F. C. Davis of this
cheer went from Frenchmen
great up J
: 'I;: NEXT MEETING OF I place, is in Toccoa treating the smallpox .
Americans alike I
and at the
THE BIG STOKE : ; I same instant the marine band broke ; patiefits, and he was notified by I'KXSACOliASTOCK EXCHANGE !I lEast
wire that the order applied to him Government: re-e-t. 3STOCKS.
i jerillee
THE PRESBYTERIANS into inspiring strains of "The Mar.
!' ( i I ." Xs the French national hymn I II' the same as to others. -

,"". ) If i 1- Fine Gingham Hem Sheets Bath Towels i j I' died away AmtiassadoAJambon escorted !
and Madras I to the front of the platform the Wesleyan Commencement Open. High Low. Close. r
:itk (':H'h Special The News.< I Macon, Ga., May 24.-The commencement 129 '
_'Jc'3Ue- StlMren Rll'acht'd ; \ youthful sculptor, M. Hamar, who executed Sugar12S78 !.; 12fti4' 12S7,
: i
SWISS lawns Tarlrt h Towers ( ; I sxercisM of Wesleyan Female Atch.-.. 80U, 80,4! 9a
It decided 934
York iM.
for New May was the status. Then the
Hem. P. Cases : i ambassa.j college began Thursday with the 1T. S .... 40s 4038 40 40
U.5. $2 a/ and ; ; today at the Presbyterian assembly I dor, speaking in French, a III .....154iB 154', 153: 153 '
I presentation of "The Talisman. by .
4c yard 12yc yard 1 :=,12(, 'Mla :!. .5 doz. ; brief address. L.&N..HO 110
is I 13SJ J' 139
r ; that the next meeting to the senior class. The dramatization of q
( I Following the French ambassador, M.O.P.100 lJOg'( 99M 100
beheld in Los Angeles, California. General Horace Porter, the United the stofy was done by Mrs. Florence Man .1328 133 132?,; 132 B .'':

J'Ir\TEO CORSET WAIST Parasolsi: States ambassador to France, spoke. Williams and she directed all the rehearsals. rtt.Paul.l717i 171S 169% 170 1 I'

hA1f\I' Department. Department.tarltty ; The orator of the day was Senator The entertainment! was very Penn ...149t 149149 149!,, ?i i

-" : Bramttulehortand 15c Off For. ... .. ..39c\ I LOSS OF LIFE Lodge of Massachusetts who began I I fine and the superior work of the 8. P.... 65 65 641% a| MH ."L' r
T lfhitrPiokend'dlUIl1 Corsets F r. ... .. ...6fC. I : j his address u tha French band I seniors delighted the large audience U. P-.105 105 104i4' WH4 :j' ;
:' :-ale )nAUFlfOGOOd- ;, ( \ con. T.C.I65i? 6o>
Blue for For.- ,C j present. 4 &P4 64 f :
Th1iWt'plI: ( APPALLING ; eluded a selection I C.F.I..101'.' lobe !YJli :
15c yard 49c each 3eeour19cWalst Silk Glorias $J:25 : ) I AS Mr. Lodge closed the French loosa |1
I I II 11
I, I (I band played the:! "Star Spangled Ban-, Killed In Mill Shafting. NEW YOIIK COTTON ;
Tifton Ga.. May 24.-E. W. Mur
new The closing remarks of the ,
MAI'TCcO! GE."ITS' GEXTa' 60 Silk Alpaca i'I' Special to The News Open. High. Low.
j were by General L. Brugere, of the ray an employe at the Canda Lumbercompany's Close. ;11'1
'I'tment. NIGHTSHIRTS HUMMER Coat and Vestat ( Feme, B. C.. May 2"4.-The loss of'' French mill at Worth, Ga., was May..91t 915 910 915
Great\alues I : army. ...
''110 :atd End: Salmook ,' \ life in the coal mines on Thursday is I i Bishop Satterlee brought the ceremony -" killed by being caught in the shafting July Augnst..b65 b99 861 892 868 892 863 4

'.;'rardi:18t : and RNDERWEAR 15c to $2.50 I even greater than was at first reported. I to a close with the benediction of the mill. In some way Murray's Sept .. ..808 810 b05 807 1
Cambric i It i ie now estimated that from 150 I ....
clothing caught on a revolving shaft Oct 797
4 c SUIt I I and the French and American forces 797 731 791 .
Half Price 50c, 15c, $1 9 c Suit Worth Double to 175 mea met almost! instant death.and'j jSuperintendent '( passed in review before the president.Meat j i!1 and before aid could reach him life f, ;?

,, ) R. F. Dennan j was beaten out of his body. He was

i Dr. Bonnett and True Weatherby were i l Famine In Savannah. I la young man about 30 years old and CHICAGO-WHEAT. .

,1'0'" MEN':; TRUNKS FiSH d g TactIe i { the first to enter the mine. When Savannah May 24.-A meat famine leaves a wife and two children. Open. Hizh. Low. Close. 1
'TRAW HAT ( I : July. 73< 73T-i 73!'
I !'rs Vests about 500 feet into the workings Den.j i !Is on in Savannah. The 73S ;
; packinghouses ....
Imitation Panama and Sept 72tf 72s72% 72>
) hr IUC CRAB NETS ( \; nan was overcome by after damp and |I ; do not get enough beef to supply Hanging at Waynetboro. J '

s k llrreri.eJ For 50c ALIREH. i )! had it not been for his two companions the demand though this has diminished Waynesboro. Ga., May 24.-Floyd CORN. : ;

Nits Seethe New end all kinds of jO( ) would have perished. He was removed greatly since prices began' soarIng I Reese, a negro, was hanged here yesterday ...Open. High. Low. Close. I; 1!
I July. 62 '
it t! rpe for U ieetbeminWlndow Dresser Trunk Sporting Goods ) )) to the outer air and recovered and sky hitfi.! Within the last ten I I for the murder of Anthony 8ept.... 60 a' 63)62ti 6QV| 60 63 '1'
gave instructions that the rescuing I days there haa been a still further advance [ Lane. The execution was private and 60)a |jl j I ;

{Ii party should commence repairing the | In prices[ but the packing was witnessed only by a small crowd. NAVAL STOKES MAK&ET. I; 3

ICE BOXES Gasoline pipes which conduct the air through houses, even with this incentive of I I consisting of officials and relatives of 2 :

Hammocks Shoe Sale j the dine as they had been almost completely I higher price, are not able to get the Reese. There was no excitement Reported Dally for The News by '
f5.oo< fi,50 j
Stoves t\ 1 destroyed. It was impossibleto beef that ii required to supply the whatever, only. a small crowd being in Union Naval Store Co. ||

Refrigerators i j enter owing to the after damp COD.lUmirl Butchers are complaining town. *o ijr. '
$1.00 to $3.50 .1
Still ContinuES which prevailed.. Of tfcfi_ I # fjfcks- Soap of the ww ____.13"ei B-11 53 :!
$9 60 to $32. 3, $4.50, $6 c packing Douse agents say that they "I Never Knew Pain Killer to Fall ____ s55 u- 125 & 'I
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; "C. C. C. on Every Tablet have plenty of met while others ad. before, what can the matter be? I(.. _, 2 r.--__-- iaa w ;,

alt & shortage. Where is the bottle? There, I 1t:1: ___ ) i ti j
tablet of Cascarets Candy 1.-- 1 s5 C.
Every belowI
thought so; it is not Perry Davis :0 !
-lUiUiRtlt !j Cathartic bears the famous C. C. C. All kinds of chairs and Painkiller at all, but something the arnnsinarszrrra- ,., t

1 JobUiOU & jou. Look for it and druggist mast have made himself J
I Never sold in bulk. rocking chairs at Marston and I did not notice it; I have used I Ice cream freezers that

accept no other. Beware of fraud. $ Quina's. Prices are Painkiller for years for diarrhoea, j
._ ; very and freeze quick, at the WiUii
-;.. -- I cramps stomach aches and it | p|
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._ -::-: ---- : druggists, toe. low. never failed." Hardware 0' i

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-Lrt the GOLD DtST: t in$ to )eiz wort" AT MAGNOLIA BLUFF CtItEOR I I
J MEETING CALLED FOR MONDAY:I'i I Is one where health aboWlthimpurebloodthere !,
.' I t
u MAY26AT1:3OPM.A : be rood health.
? UNDER AUSPICES OF LADIES'AUXILIARY Cm Bali 4/ II I, With a disordered LIVER then

,, I nnotbegoodbIooj.
: TO THE BROTHERHOOD S sy and peasant meetic of the Democratic Executive _
: JLt the! reridence of Hon. atid Mrs. .0 Ile. tXmiAintoojilunooidruz. f
''. of Escainbia
iiC" Committee :
- W. A. Blonnt on East wright street, LOCOMOTIVE .t Ii quickly \b*>rt>- I'
'r ,1. &.Ives 1eie! I IL HEAD will be held at the office of
a lawn ?
,t 'fa2ith.. for thf bo.r.dit of sMichael' !. ENCINEERS It pens: and cleanses tte >ul P.sag H'caYt JadzeT. R. McCnlUgh at the court
lIck antS rroteems
: In.d"Udl;& oii. !
k 1 parish. From 5 to j:30J p -- 1 tte leID'Jr&ne. Eestorwtbe meae- of 1ateid house at 7:30 o'clock p. m. Monday,
for children evening hoars following iati. Large size 51*.&t UruggUU or by ,I
- m. Tart-day. May 27-Traing at 9.30 a. m. u.lilli Trial hUIt 101: t..ymall.ItoL [ May 2(5 1&.2, for the purpose of calling revivify the torpid LIVER and tea tr:
for grown pM;>le. The! public r 1>I0 1 il}.l.-, Its natural action.A .
1% cordially invited. 21mtd and H:'<<' p m Tickets 2Cents- 'iI sewamnstrttt.New York. 1 a primary election and to transact -,
JLt ra t U,t to hcMewtrt t I healthy LJVER means
---- such other business
a? come
or Prizes b* Award :
antir -Li..t so I
; I
GOLD ed. Ii i. before it. C. B. PARKHILL Pare blood means health.

Curry Kills His Sweetheart ar.d Then tu wotren:ivt frcm we tr*t.aL'f'rt tas<-crtM3 ese b.'SeatoMMJ. u .rrM.ctat d: :1.c Will Erect ViHion-Dolfar Ccttsn Fac- !1 D.\S MtEPIIY. Chairman. Health means happiness

Sheets Himself. It c.ei.-.s e.err.r.c act the !: se- tory In Soutn Carclina.CIarloue I' :Secretary.Like .
pcts. car s. 't$'*i. e.5-Jxs a:.1: waGU. SpeCtrr4 : 1'ike oo Substitute. All Druggist..
South Ec4! led.. May 24.-John "WCurry. #:tr.eJ a:.t wcrr.M,4e The Laciie Auxiliary- the ,I, X. C., May 24.-J. B. Duke.r .

aged :21 tot and killed hi? e.i ty THE !&. K. FAA CCYFLNY.2e Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers ,| ! St Lei --- -
".. YCTiI. Bof-cr ; .
:). ..eetLariusasne:: KCEeTtt1. aged M3.MusTs o! CVA1 FAiRY SCA?. will give a basket picnic and i cozrany. has placed orders in New "Five years ago a disease the doctors

, 16. early to
w1th the skin* rtvoh-r. dance at Magnolia Blat Tuesday, foliar cotton mill. Mr. "' of me that I could scarcely go." BASKET

.. Curry and the gr!. ,-:th h-r parf-tl FIRE SWEEPS MOULTRIE. May ;!i. trains leaving the city atV:30 I, will be located at Great Falls on the II writes Geo. S. Marsh well.known 1
-: Cata'aba river, in Chester county. S. attorney of Nocona. Tex. "I took DANCE ,<
ell arafttIy in goo.i spirits sat on !
a. m. and 3:30 and t:30 p.m.
i quantities of pepsin and other medi-
- tte por'h until nudn.'eht: when th@ '! C. It will be known as Erwn cotton' I
. I Many Buildings And Their Content cines bat nothing helped me. Asa BY THE
. larentk rKre-1 At out 15 minute Tickets;: including transportation, mill * at a straw I
v Go Up In Smoke.Moi1trie i drowning man grabs
: later th*> rr.thr !:ard thr,.. .nots :f> cent. I ham. will be president. j ji I! grabbed at Kodol. I felt an Improvement -I Ladies' A.u.xilinJ.- 3'
, : Ga, May :24! -This!! townhas :
. iic Ehe gave ,ie matter but htlle thOU;tt Prize: will be awarded as follows,1 i The Dukes now own in the south at once and after a few BROTHERHOOD LOCOMOT
.. 3.o7eer.. and to sleep.: At 2 be"n vls.te.l ba very disartrousfire. E.-rou valuable watr power to run i iI i bottles am sound und well." Kodol I

o'clock the awoke and locking outlaw Tte fire originated! in the bakery the contests banning on arrival of i i i3WJ |I 1.041,"(,'"> cotton spindles. J. B. Duke I 1 is the only preparation which exj !i ENGINEERS 4

tfo bodies of her daughter; and of George porter in the range of frame p. m. train: 1 :is quoted as sayinc that the only way !I actly rer.roduces the natural digestive -
.. i is the JIi
buildings near the Central tot.,} and to effect a trust of southern mills 13. juicE.and consequently :
i: Curry lying on tbe jrround. B,=-t looking girl baby under five :only one which dirt=ts any goodi \rMagnolia

! The (oaJ.l!*- evidently had planned tde entirely dettroved the buildings of Dr. yrfirE-3: hand=ome gold ring by J. I. j to put up enough money to b'uy: them food and cares any form of stomach :

tugfcth. Tfc* girl had laid her }I. P. Cretsta*. W. A. Webb. J. P. j all out. In mill circles there is a rumor I trouble. Har i5' Phirmacy. John Ii Bluir.

kst drf'-1! and und.- 'lothing on a Spivyv.. :::. Humphreys and Mrs. M t"phen. that the Irokfare ieriously considering .. sheppard .sidney Kahn.

: chair! in th'aror! and the man wa J. Evans.Th lit looking boy baby under five ] the question of effecting: a TUESDAY MAY 27. /1902

: attired in )M? ',.-t (';-.thE's. Thpy aparf'ntly loss to Dr. CVnsfcaw ih J:!/'J"i. years-pair olJ cut buttons by 1 I merger on their own account. Ccstly Tapestry for Edward: VII.New J Trains 9:3ii a. m. I. .
l !la.n GntLgOU4SId with York. May 21.-A curious dctjI -
$ >j i ii>>iranie Mr Brans'proiJ. I
.._ _..._ _. ..._ ,...... .,,_ ; = Peter Lindentruth.Foot .. ..: .. I ....__ 1
n. .u.., :" I .- .. .1. .n.'Ah. ..... .. -vf. f.V-A *_*/*?.*-?-a+.?.rm .nrAr-i...... rat._ win .K...ereveaie1 l SIgnS 'n'nn.
lyrl'I"'. tif nifn illtLU) v.iI'P.l U1'" erty: was (O\'lrll1 by Inl'; J. aSplvy : u. ----- .ro..uu. -- "'J I IIuKtIsrrta : LD UhNIS!

? i-caLb:! r -vol\! ''-r over her !:*art and had a loss of $lj',">, with Li,. race for girl under I j paf5i j "Whntstbernatterwithyou. Percy? h(>e:1 at th! South Kensington : 1

fred twif". Both l.iillM3. cot an inch (100 insurant: J. L. Pitman's pro- fine parasol by \Vra. Johnson & Son. : Brace up." museum says a Tribune dispatch; i:I' A number of hand. :..
passed thro-igL her body anllurled I "Go way. you Idiot. I've pet the ping- from London. J. Pierpont! Morgan is be awarded a list .f w
apart : value th'. with $1.1J1JI
cry store
Foot race for b' under 15 I I later.
ys year5- printed
-m6f-lvfc8! !in th> ground. Jit Insurance; J. 0. Holmes Uroe.. !.2,5 ---- ---- -
then shot hmslf! in th*> month. Tte with |lio; 0 manrance; George Urter fine silk handkerchief by P. tone. !j large_ taf) !try. for which he paid J5"n.' .1|

right hand, ,tUi lut'bins the weapon. fl.''''''. with no insurance. S. Hum. J-t tl.ree jumps by boys un Jer 10 Est.eml'" I <**). Th-is tapestry will be used for !i1erorat.e

lay af r'J5 !l.ibr.-aat. Th -rf was no phrejs: i.rI'. with 33-l 0 insuram-e. year*-fine pocket knife by C. R. "P! ':1ntfu'ulli. >bIDe: exclaimed! the effect in the abbey at the \The: Happy Home[) ;

C Indirat.on: o* a .'truggl.> an'J no reason There are now remaining only! two ;I optimist."Yes. I coronation service. The tapestry is : .
Johuson. ." crowled: the pessimist! "but s<: 'I
for th c Known. now in the muse am. No one is allow.
Ij ; trae -iy : wooden stores in town. A brif-k block bindingi'-Atlanta! ; Cootitution.! I furnished home. Mi
t -- Be-: three jump-i by ;girl- under 1(1I edtoseQit.
will go dp at one in piare of tba
Bumil' Not to Their Taste.Haru''ire. $ Quina can sujjp'
; woo-len )):lii'LgS.!! !! : \foar--finf: album by J. )f. Co;. !' i ,
Pa May 24 -Th* Phllaelph.a i True SatlnK."They I with all needed in //; ,
: and lialtimorp ror-f ,rf-r-e of Lady having the most children! on MT the worm will turn." Foley Honey and Ta' i? peculiarly ,
BRYAN ENROUTE HOME. ] "It's true. Sly brother's a bookworm. adapted: for asthma bronchitis -j of house furnishings '1'
j the A. M. I: and he turns lea\t-s continually. lowest prices cash or rr.r I
Jn thTa r ity will!! publicly expreits D'Alemberte. 121 ;?. Palafox street.
Passes: Through Chattanooga on Re. II* Hardware Company.Tu Philadelphia! Bulletin.:
disapproval of thf kJlTTte: of Dud Mor ;
who bund turn from Cuba.Chattanooga. ? "-f war married v. single i
!I the tjpero man was :
gan. Ter.n., May 24.-Hon [ Cures Cancer Blocd Poison, Eating ; .
tn* stak Thursday in T d. bottle flue wine C.Thie' W. B.
to death at men- by :'n. |. ; WRIGHT GOfflPflUYMANCFACTCRERS
William Jrcnugs Bran parsedHifflilgh i i Sore, Ulcers, Costs Nothing to Try. 1
44 of the fctatf of r
u. Thp f-ommittf-f- I I t
thiii < ity this morning enroute Fattest Laby on the fjund-bx I Blood poison and deadly cancer
; the country was instracted to frame a
resolution of dliai-prof&l: o' the act. '0 his hoi::; m Lincoln, Xeb., from Ha- of fine candy by W. H. Trainer. are the worst and most deep-seated: I iI I i At' DFALEE* "N :
tasa. Cuba where he wunetsed the I I .
blood disea=ts on earth yet the !
Mot popular married lady on the | h4:
8( Ia'ie Hhpumati"11 Curl.\ .\Ir'rLiuitfPn eremonSes of --iidtir.g the island by ea ie-t to cure when Botanic Blood : LUMBER LATHS
jrround ,-fine rattan rocker by Mar- I
the k ,
United: States authorities In : ,
Vfaih I'un"ri, an
!: j Balm is u*ed. If you have boo ;i ij : .
interview h.rhe Mated that the evacuat.on '. ton & (uina.. j jMust
"I have beri iifflirt with -ciatic '
:*Vjf I j. poi-on producing ulcer, bone pain SlfEDCIPEEfSSBISGLES-Hir-! : : ;)
( 'c-remoLies \\ er the month'isiaatk !
rheumitirn for fuurt -n y -ara. popular younj lady on the pimple... mucuou; patcne. falling P I J
I ..ay* Jo-h Kd/ar. of (tennantown.Cal. *- : character the Cuban gOY 1 hair itchinsr'kin, "crofub. old rheu- _
"I w;.i ablf to lif- around but rnmru !*ing laun< bed with batnersfljin gr'undi-pair of tine slippers by rratitm or oflen-lve form of c:_t irrh. or-. PENSACOLA. FLA.

'I cowtant.utJl"rfd.! I tn-d) -\>ry- .; and the nativa exhibiting supe. M yer i-ho Co. j I| -cans and scales.deadly cancer, eatIng -
thing I could !ii--ir of and at la-t wa= nor jiatriotism.: bleedn.;?, festeringore'. swell-' "

told totrr'hambrrl'ull'r Pain ISilin In reply: to a qary as to the solutionof .i: Mo-t popular married Ir..II.-fi..e i;I in;!*, lumps, pprsi-tent wart or ore. ROYAL ST AKDAHDVllISIEY\ {
which I did and was irnmodiitclyrelieved pair* half ho-e by Ba=s & Co. ,II take Botanic Blood Balm 'lB. B. B. 4
and in a short tune cui-e i. the Philippine qii'ftton he said that .I I i It will cure even the worst Ct-e after \

and 1 am h"ippy" to ay i u has ii..tlucpjrfturned he believed tL. United: States w "' Mot popular young' everything: el-e fail. B. K. J.. drain- S 8 Years Old, in Casts of f 4 Full Quarts, at S3.20 per :m

; Why not u-e thi/ eventually fcmuit in the same way hirt by John White. i, the poUon out of the system and the
liniment and Kt well. It i ifor "Jlfo! by giving the Filipir-ot a goiernmen: : 1 blond then every ore heal*, making 4 -- -

by all dru<;gitand niediciu dealern. of their own. : UK';! Iddy dancer-bamboo what. ,1 the blood pure and rich. and build- rTHIS: WHIK1:Y i fii-tilled at the N. 1JL 1- I

not by O. M. Pryor. j(' lug up the broken-down br dv." Bo- Ky., Ditilleiy: asid i* fully ir.atur- 'u ;\
tanic Blood Balm .P. B. B., th.ri 5' before bottliujr. It i* ab-olntely pure and : \
VtINpin CnD2h. B-t: gentleman dancer-fine hat I i ouhly tested fur 30 yearDruz celled in quality by any Whi-hyf th- -.r.

f lJf A woman who ha had experience by W. J. & B. Forbe. 'IB.'t ''store*: $1 per large bottle. Trial no matter where: produced. The Royal S' ,
treatment free by writin! Blood \ is eight old! when bottled and '
years i 1.- :
with thi di ea-; tell how to en2ine-r the
e. looking
tllj: ilgnatnre h oa rrtrj tx>r of the i*tnine prevent i i! Balm Co., Atlanta. <3a De-cnbe its excellent quality i i'! the cheapest w ,'r

Laiative i Bromo-QuinincT.biettba any dai erou* consequence ground--fine guitar by J. 31. Clut-'1 trouble and free medical advice the market at th.a pric,?. A? a beverage .

rtmody tht cure cold to one daz. from it. >he-ty-! : Our threa children ter. given until cured. B B. B. does not an absolutely pure stimulant, there i- n"1I..
took whu"pir'lr coush lat iuininer i I contain mineral pnNons mercury ( Shipped in caecontaining: no mark w at- \

O'Neal to Visit German Yards. our !biby: boy beiri:! orly three Ugliest engineer; on the r'lrHh- 'as <=o many adverti--d runtdle- do indicate contents. If purchaser upon i-x.c!

15r..i: ',l4 .. i 'I'1- ;'iirijiu, .ijfi'i months old. and nwmg to our trivine box of tine Kabn.Luly but i i" compo-ed of Pure Botanic In- the whiskey is not satisfied with ti ,. !,"' !
by Sidney
them Clnmberliin'a; ( ')t't h Httne- soap : .redient. Over :SOW te=tinioiml: of _ _ _can return the same at our expeie ai.ti!
has z"< i.i! 1f.:1.! I i. t< 'I Stat'iuba
dy they Io-t none of tl.eir plump- Celling greatet number of cures by taking Botanic Blood Balm .k will be refunded.
ey htrii,' n.iiri r-n It"arlrniraJ arid 'B. B. S All orders should be
ne4 came out in much better accompanied by
Chas. Oi:; u to M.-it, the Oman tickets-!fine picture by E-cambia ._
; navyyards health than other children who did -- B.DR.- - IIGUTYLAR5OLD currency postottice money order. bank drat
'lo'kanln l ,.tc'. Comir.aiiJcrVilliara not u-e this remedy. Our olde-t lit Furniture Company. KING'S pre1 money order. We refer to First N '

\ II. H'- -hlt'r, formerly naval at- tie girl would call lu-tily for tonzhjrup 1ALARDAR Bank or any merchant in Pen'acola.
Gentlemanelliug; greate-t number i
tathfhe.. l.i,-ut"cant Commands between WhOfJp.-JEssIE TRY NEW 1
Tenijilin N. 1'tt. who wried Com PIN KEY HALl.. Spriu ;ville, Ala. of tickets-handsome comb and DISCOVERYFOR
This remedy i i- for -ule; by all drug- S. A. FRIEDMAN
maDder I\fo'Ih'r.\ aud Navel C<)nstruf' git:; aiiil medicine dealer bru;=h byV.. A. D'Alemberte. THAT COLD. I ,

tor Joseph H Linkard will j'Jin.jlII- (;irl under 17 year telling greatest TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. :
ral O'Neil r.* It w''f-k at Dusseldort StJl.E PROPRIETOR, PESiH<'OL.\. FL.\

L where I.itutnai.t ('OIn maudf.r Potts Wants to Control Opium Trade. number of tickets-fancy atomizerby ; Cures ConsumptionCoughs,

Pekins. day :24.: -A Blumer. Colds Bronchitis Asthma P Cl. BOX 41*.
Herman Wm. :
will haxe his frt! ")II'O!tur"y at tLw firm ha nisI TKLKI'HOM:

. I meeting of tlie naval coi.tXsfi th" rc offered the chlnet-e government Jlj- Other donations have: been made Pneiimon iaIlayFeverPleu- .5' _

: cf t>,,('omine a'quainn-d with the most IIIIi.IH"1; annually for the exclusive right 1 Lrl handle class of
Liquor- -
risy Hoarseness every
follow LaGrippe
distinguished naval I oflioers nl selling! opium throughout the as : . ,
of the Ht'r era -:1;.. bulk or bottle, wholesale or retail at \n> ,
man na\)'. pire. Th" officials are disiKseJ to regard McMillan Bro*; ., cash <1. : Sore Throat, Croup and are way down.

I lie offer favorably, as it is an H. :Muller 10 lbs ugar. Whooping i Cough. ,____ __: AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER.
". !.Near n* lit- ('amp. eafcy metho.l of raising re\enue. ThfIromotfI's
I, ia. McHugh, 10 Ibs best cotfee. I NO CURE. NO PAY. ,
"Oh. Harry were you never hit by have sounded fce\'eral of the Pric 50c. and S 1. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE.
t Cupid's dart?" ministers concerning/ the attitude of Pat McHngh, }t doz. cans milk. WICKE & CO. ;

": ope; but Jimmy Mulligan swatted the powers. Outsiders! consider the Parlor Markf-t 1 ham.

I me w Id er rock ouct."-New York JournaL project impracti.-able. as the monopoly PARKER'S 1 I

t Impossible of enforcement if grant :L.\ickpI)5tle.Jticoby 10.Ibs box sugar.fine cigars. .IClMtlM.HAIR tad.. laiunaot botwh BALSAM(,.growth.U>. hrroiuout .:.I l I I; Plumber Gas and Steam Fitter

Never Fall. to Hfitore Orn
No IJ<*H of rune ,
h __ J. C. Van Pelt 1 ham. I Bur to at., Youthful Color. I I
; I have old Chamberlain's Colic. Carte PLp d -_.II bad'loIJuC.
Stand ,,. ....
Like "
a Stone Wall. .11II'1' IThrra4
H. HelnbE '
I Cholera and Diarrhu-i Kemedy for : *. 1 gal pickles. No. 6 South Palafox Street.

years and would rather be out of Between your children and the Emile Pfeitfer 20 loave<* bread.C. -- ---- All Kinds oi Plumbing and Gas Fittings Materials Kept; ..i HsiVKLKPHONB "
coffee and sugar than it. sold five tortures of itching and burning eczema I .
MS "'**
Hartman, 2< s-caldhead or other "kin d keae3. WEEKLY
bottles of it yesterday to threshers MCIIEDl'JL,' .
that could ero no farther, and they -How? why by using Kucklen's Stratton Ice Works, loo lbs ice. I I -- --

are at work again this mornln ."' Arnica: Salve, earth's preate-t: heal. Jacoby Grocery Bo, 10 Ibs sugar, i iL. I i FOR STEAM DIVISION!

H. R. P/IEI.PS, Plymouth Okl lho. er. Q' icket cure for Ulcers. Fever Friedman & Co., admission'I'I,I PEN8ACOLA KLEC1KICTKUM1KA i|' .A. :nI.I::
tr.Salt Rheum Cut *, Burn I
ma. As will be seen by the above or very
tickets. I RAILWAY COM PANT. 1 1I 1I
the threshers were able to keep on Brul-e'!. Infallible for Piles.! 25c. ___ ___ i I
with their work without losing a at W. A. D'Alemberte's drug store I Trains leave Peotacola for the LulL
eingle day's time. You should keep 121 :South Palifox street. WHAT IS FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE? Bayou, Big Rsyou.WarrIagtoaZa yin (StCCESSOR TO AVERY WoOLFoLK

a bottle of thisremedv j in your home. Answer: It is made from a prescription -''I and Fort Barranca at

For ale by alll1rug f-ti and medicine SCHOOL (SUPPLIES! ,' of a leading Chicago physician IIO! a.m.arrive at Fort liar rill ca. ':1&&.c IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
dealers and one of the most eminent IOKXI: a.m.arrive at fort Barraaeai lOt
: 1 OQ p.m.arnn at Fort l: lpnt
-- -- %l C. V. Thompwin' Xo. 11 South in the country. Tne ingredients! I M p. m. arrive at Fort Barraneai 4:16 p B HARDWARE.
PalaCr.I. are the purest that money cm buy, I :1S p.m.arrive Kort Barraaeai ?:oop a
and scientifically/ combined to "8OU p.m..arrive at Fort Barranoai g:4Traini fi r..
the standard lines of
seve fort Barranoai for Peait
fftlupanarel. get their utm" value.
we have, in tints, with envelopes D'Alembtrte, 121 :;. Palafox W.street.Foley's A.. 1 oola at Iron, Nails, Axe?!. Shovels, Raw :Mm/ml S'e' mboat
to match : T:15s.m.errtve at P n &eola._ supplies! ..
on every hex of tbr genuine : eim.i Cooking and Heating :MOV J, Paint. Oils
Royal Crystal Bond. llMp m. arrive at PeIllACol&-Ut6 ..
4 >ixative, Bromo-Quinine.bieutb Hurd's Holland Bond. Honey and Tar 2OOp.m. >rrtveatPeaiacola_ 2:" ,',11 Window Glass! Guns, Pistols and Fi! hin/ Tackle.

muadtkt ..!... coM la ooe itay. Ladies' Art Stationery. tor chlldren.safc.sure. t\o opiates. 'I 6:00 p m arrive at Peniaeola.__ 6:" ,I.
TCkJ p. m.arrive at Pt'DIIII:01A-: p. I Agate and Tinware and Uonsefurnishiug Woods.AGENB .
Foreign Mail, Etc. 14a p. m arrive Peniaoola.__ cia D. i
You will have pride in you own Artists' Material Office The finest line of umbrellas In the *iSsIordays: only:
flower gardens if they are on your plies Memorandum Books, Etc. city is at J. I. Stephens'. Go lookat YARI FOR Will DATS.Peniaeola i FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL COIPAXYq

own ground. Your husband cau buy All new and bright. them. I Revere Giant Stitched Beltinjr. Northampton Emery
home aud he can do it now, although --- to Fort Barraneai and retort tfc
Wheel Co.
I fensacola to wavy Yard and return HIPeniaoola Luftin & Rand Powder Co., Johneon'somine Kif-
be may think otherwise. Seasonable householdand to Palmetto Beach and retnra lh Iron King and Buck Stoves and Range, Wm.
Every woman wants a home of her IV.DAY ICHIDUDl.MTben Coups & Co.'s Raw Hide Lace Leather Masury's

own, and if she will have a talk with kitchen utensils at the weather permits tbe rannlnc o Made Railroad Colors.!
e Thof. C. Watson & Co., the I II I open eoachei.L .

leading Real Estate Agents, they I Willis Hardware Co.'s. v( Peniaeola. Lv Fort Barraamtt.m. Masonic Temple @ Pensacola Fla.
10 ....
can show her how easy it is to get
.... .... ... 11.. m.. u .a. __ __ .
one. I Ip. I ,...

Cuuiiw stunptd C. C. C. Never sod In bulk. ......OASTOR-X... Ite H nd Yci HiK A'mttfl....BcI 'It S Ip.,... I ,p.m.... FE N.m \ i ; !
4 Marston 43uiiia
carry Btwart of the dultr
"-110 triu t. icU| I 4p.m p m. 4 i--S nnnurtl
Ip. .. p.a *
the line .IOIIIdJuftJ just good. ** -
largest matting aj :
(: ;
,. .. Tp... MIcHtE .. I I %IcmUoii
window shade" etc. .- Ia.. ua.. .4 ,Ie" -.. ..... .... I RIC.I. .,
rugt FAH FOB IVMATrtftueola -- .... ,..
... .... T. e.tb. .. I P' C..I.d. IlnIN &nd tot iatrD-
M art Bamuai Vtry ......
it in the city. We lay our Rubber hose, all sizes at I We will launder your prude tot 1 art and nun_, __ S -.. a'J 04 ibIS,......_or.4_t.1-.. .1 M.,'$ IcWs C. ( $or po.oooii.
: r--., ...... b Drub ,
'make "inueoia t. Palatttto B.Mk .Bflo 1-- S.
115 cents each and them I. -.LewI___......
loot .
free. the ... __ ,.... ,p. Mt Im plala ,,i.
*J1 matting Willis Hardware Co.'s. I like .ra.__ -- lie lIelt. 1.. ._ '_ ,, LLI. jr
( uw. Star .4 tr lor
Laundry. P1IPIM.
&1110".140. .. ... xprtM
( ..._.....
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London Times' History Scores Generals I
n. .re wid'!ly known
FIfcT-* ? ,. r. ullThO*. L. Ro.3. FLY FOR PAUNCEFOTEDeath likely to think of chairsas and the War Office. I bequeath to my children Scrofula with all its

,.r ft':11: .;:tate dealerin London, May 24.-The second volui attendant horrors, humiliation and suffering. This is a

I" "' "it.t the town in of children when we use e u7 the London Times' "History o* strange legacy to leave to posterity ; a heavy burden to

t''.:' '[l .uirtr from dysr of British Ambassadorto that word rickety. the War," which has just appeared is place upon the shoulders of the young. J. /

"' .1.1 uf Kodol Dys- attracting unusual attention because of This treacherous disease dwarfs the body and hindersthe (4jjj/l

Ir, United States. Children with loose joints, its scathing denunciation of British growth and development of the faculties, and the .

bow-legs, and soft bones have generals and the war office. The criticism child born of blood poison, or scrofula-tainted parentage,

SKETCH OF LIFE AND SERVICES I rickets, It is a disease due to is given additional weight by the is poorly equipped for life's duties. _ _
Scrofula is disease with and varied
a numerous
fact of its appearing under the auSPICeS .
improper feeding-and atypical of "The Thunderar." No enemyof symptoms ; enlarged glands or tumors about the neck '

Lord Pauncefote Was One of Great disease for the workings of Great Britain could more frankly and armpits catarrh of the head, weak eyes and dreadful : -

Britain's Most Trusted Diplomatsand Scott's Emulsion.For I denounce British blunderers. Starting skin eruptions upon different parts of the body show the
I presence of tubercular or scrofulous matter in the blood. This dangerous
with General I
Had Represented His I White's last fight before
and disease entrenches itself in the and attacks
stealthy securely system
the weak growth of the he withdrew to Ladysmith the author ;
Washington for Many Years. I the bones and tissues destroys the red corpuscles of the blood, resulting ia j
sayl it was in serious
bones Scott's Emulsion a
supplies I white swelling, a pallid. waxy appearance of the skin, loss of strength an4
Washington May 24.-Lord Paunce- tonics the defeat of infantry badly handled by of the
those powerful gradual wasting away body.
fote the British ambassador to the I the officer in command who "proved S. S. S. combines both purifying and tonic properties, and is guaranteed < t

United States died this morning at I hypophosphites.For quite unfit to grapple with the difficult entirely vegetable, making it the ideal remedy in

5:30 o'clock. About 2 o'clock this the loss of flesh Scott's situation, in which largely by the mistakes all scrofulous affections. It purifies the deteriorated I

morning he suddenly developed a very I I of others, he was placed." The blood, makes it rich and strong and a complete and I

weakened heart condition and a con I! Emulsion provides the nourishing cavalry was as bad as the infantryand permanent cure is soon effected. S. S. S. improvesthe I

sultation of his physIcians was ,! cod-liver oil in an easily the situation was only saved by digestion and assimilation of food, restores the .

They were unable to rally Ul1ed.l'i digestible form. the heroism of the artillery. lost properties to the blood and quickens the circulation, bringing a healthy -

: Ii he died: peacefully, not having rt'gain'l I The surrender of troops at Nichol'sons :- color to the skin and vigor to the weak and emaciated body.

ed consciousness from the sleep he' It is these things that account -I Nek is described as premature, Write us about your case and our physicians will thcerfully: advise and f

fell into during tie night. ;i for the rapidity with "though more humiliating than many help you in every possible way to regain your health. Book on blood and t .,

lie died so peacefully: it surprhed''' Emulsion i surrenders which occurred after it." skin diseases free THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. Atlanta. Ga. 'I'
which Scott's cures
even his phjsicun. who feared that j i Pas& nj/; to Stormberg, tlTe writer describes t

the asthmatic affection would rickets. I the succession of blunders ;

TS31 L. SOILyjr troublesome when the end came.proej At I which led to the reverse as "sheer bR. MOPFETT'S Cures CclerHnflsluBI! ; r

j I, n.eellioide Rickety children improvein i mismanagement on the part of General ,;t( Diarrhoea.Dysentery,arid :
I II i when the
>-. lie t writes distinguished the Bovttl Troubles of
''' under its intlu-i I Gatatre his staff" <
: or
I -'; tT !rsd with that diplomat i'ased aa'Irl' :Mrs every way WII.1.1ArE Children of Any Age. ;

.. :."\\11 a.lly"pEpsia'I : l'a ult'f>fotc. the Lunoiable llautie I ence. Touching the mkfortune :j ii $4ff1 Aids Digestion, Regulates t

: i at Colenso! the author says: B )! the Bowels, Strengthens .
1'aui.cH'ote. Mi&s Sybil and Misa Au. ,! f piG. ;! 1
Send ( Free Saiipte.SCOTT
r* to ti-e Kodoltut i : IT "Just as in the Lour of tattle General ... AS the Child and Makes : .I
drey. Dr. Jung and :Mi. lladford one V. ,- Costs 25 cents at Druggists ;
Pearl St., Jt Only :
rveommeudH-; i liOWXE. Ccmm.: w : hither bad failed the men horn ,. K' TEETHING EASY.
of the clerkatta '
hctl the
.. -t. After one do-e, I < to embassy i he led so now in the hour of trial. I I r;' ij;) __ Or mail 25; rent to C. J. MOFFETT M. D.. ST. LOUIS. MO.LOkENCL .' f fI
'L" all tno-e terrible No arrangements of any Kind La\e I I I I ? "S.C., SOT.Si !: ).-I wit first aJriseJ by our family t.hrjleun in Charleston to nae TEETHINAwith !' !
torments ....ed i: liren raad<> lor the funeral. As soon II I anitsaifor to tie United :States'and he was to fail his country, which had I our baby hen he"ai but a try jaaie infant as a preventire of coliC and tn warm ant sweeten the slomactu 'j' .
"I''l pi the dean ot th' diplomatic in I entrusted the fortune Lau it was u.eful in teethinK trou l..s.and iteffocI ha bt-PD f ond to be torerr benellciitl and 10 free from danert
I' :Itt,. al-o my wife's, as it became gent rally known that I corps I : of war to hisj: are confequa'"I1"1'the u.e'lruir and iu''thing syrup that we have rome to regard M.after use with thr*. : ""I'that
nur food could be en- I Wahbingum. was born Munich.. Bavaria hands. lie utterly lost: heart. Not only 1 I I :hiHren..oneot tbs neeewitn "ben there la a new baby in the hone ant nrtil the bctbiig tniuble are over and {
Lord Fauncffote was dt-ad flags were I"e uke tileasure' In rei:.o men lin it to our friends insk.1 of the horrid etuS tb..loo many iwopla u'. (o keep tacit '
.. wiwtre 21. I am 1 half ma'ted over the different! embases i 74 years ago and was! the Issue! I did 1-e despair of doing anything him. baby quiet. HAUT WtLLM. A\ER.lMana.-er PoiIy Tunes an J\,..tiT Tim .-Me.sen.Tir.riCTHING.POWDEW .> ;

I of one of tie most ancient of British : self, but he despaired for others." I ,)
": and legations. At the Arlinl ton :
: -'T(:' .-red one djy with I families whose hit-lory is found In the Po you wish to make a little extra II'
-j: <''- I commenced tol i hotel, where the visiting Frenchmen I I BOYS and GIRLS money dining spar moments? Itso. r
I 1 Doomsday book. Educated as a lawyer WILL CURE CONSTIPATION. .you can readily do so, by sell.I .
who ha'ome witness the Rochainj
I l IJ\ -pep-ia Cure and I to his: governmental services Inll our uBlueine." 40 P" rent, commission on all sail'''. An indispensable article lorhouseholduic. I
began A. Herren Finch. Ark. write I i'I
'i it to all cf my fellownowton'N j beau statue unveiling were stopping, I I'I'A. htvry tallY U ad:gitd! when they see It. One sheet makes the fines I i
in Hung Kong as attorney general in I Honey and Tar i U the best; I Blu-' tr you ever used ia the wa-h. Write today before your territory Is taken br
i i, the French nag was placed at halt 11S 5. and after much valuable colonialexperience II I I preparation far cousrhs colds and I some one eliit, and, 'ew1"od by return mail!, one. dozen packages of "Bluein*." ( t.
m ast. I -- l trouble. I know' that it has W non you nave sola tnem, return us Ur., retaining iae oaianee *ur., n. j.ur LUIUUIICslon
I he came Washington in I lung iio not aulay but writ at once
inteit.Nw The Rt. lIon. Lord Pauncefote. oi ;: !1 1885 first as minister and afterwards' ]cured consumption in the fir<:t A GLKNXMVNUt'AUIl'Ul.NG CO. U I't. C IS Box JH. IMiila. P. I
i'.i YurIO- suppose : Preston. G. C. B.. G. C. M. O. the first I i stages." W. A. D'Alemberte, 121 .
as firbt aIl as ador. His service -- t
: here j -
; ,uite popular iu Boston. H. Palafox street. f

nilK-eii (of listen, pu/zled) has been one unbroken record of sue ,\ TIME TABLE. :

: Who wrote it? -'l' wnWan's POLITICAL cessful diplomacy. The Bering sea Field for Mission Work. .

I negotiations were among his earliest I New York, May 24.-Rev. Dr. C. J. LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.

Others to Know. ', work of importance and it was his' Ryder secretary of the American Misslonary IN EFFECT DECEMBER 1. 1901 1I

used DeWitt'Little ANNOUNCEMENTS familiarity with that difficult subject association who has just returned New Orleans and Mobile.

: ..-ITfor constipation and that led to his selection by the foreign j to this country after: an extended

\ -1 and they are all right. I : ---- -- -For-State Senator.- ----- ------ : office for the post Washington.. trip around the island of Porto S"o./J/ So... So,2. Nn B. I Nn.1. No.1.

.-1 i :.. indorse them for I think The arbitration treaty negotiated I itTco, says he passed over some mountain 1:15 a 1:1Sm 11:115 p LUV9._. PensacolaArrive 5:00 a I .:00 p 5:00 p l
The friend* of Hon W. A. Hlouut j .
I4:5.Jft 2::1 p 1.1 a Leave_ tloIDI\tOIl._ Ltoan 2:35 a : 2:30 p 1::: p
'' w. find a Rood thing; we ou?t.t hereby announce linn a* a candidate with Secretary Olney as the forerun- trails that no Americans except a 11:00 a .::! p 1 2:5.; a Leave .._._ Mobile ....._ Lt-ave USHo't: 1:15 n 6:00 p
,,''rkn .", it," writes Alfred for state Senator from this, the Hec- nw of thw great work accomplished party of detectives have before ciossed. ............ 5iSp i ijI a 1.1'3'1"8 _SlOW fJrluns... Leave Mll p i:5 a _
(1'lItlC 111. They. -ufe neverr or.d Senatorial District and re-pect-1 i at The Ha ue, and it may be said that'it "No one can exaggerate the value North.
ai'trethure. pills. : fully a"k the support of all Demo1 : i embodies .
John some of the most important of missionary work in the island of '
i- lliruaty: tihePl'ard, I
1 craU for rum at the cominrpritnary.: :-00.2. ," .. I I ,
0. So. So II
, i:y Kaliu.X principles of the great general Porto Rico, he fa.ll.! "The necessityis 11:115 pm this p m I Leave ..... 1.E'o.aeola..Arrlve .:00 p m 61101 a inlI15
For Representative. ; contention regulating arbitration afterwards : i simply appalling" a m 6:57 p m Arrl'1"8.. Montgomery _I.t'av" 11:15 am : 11:35 p m

e. -::.-': ....,..-:--.::*.'-:-::*.-::.-'::.-::'.-::.-::. --:.::. The friend* of Scott M. Loftin take !< framed by The Ha :ue con. ] The United States government has 11?::51'IO p am m lIl"3:1 a pm.rrl'l"61Smnlnqham 111 Arrive.-----abville ..l.e3\8...I.'ave !!.:.:Ja....a...m... 4:15..... .p, _m
:' this mean;? of announcing him a. ai I f erence. Then came a number of ] done excellent! work already among !:aI) a m Itl: a m Arrive 'n' Loul.vilte ,_I'a\"e 9:15 pm !:45 a m
PUBLICITY FOR candidate for Representative in the 7:20 am' 1I5 am Arnve..l'IncIDnaU.LI'ave a:.)) m 11IS
p m f
Legislature from Escambia county, reciprocity treaties and arrangements I Involving the children, but there are 25,000; chilj 7:2" a m lai pm' Arrv .... 8t. Lou1 ._.....Leavll .:15 p m M.5 pm p

THE PEOPLE. and they desire the upport of all I a vast amount of study and j dren of school age in Porto Rico while PENSACOLA AND RIVER

\ Democrats in the cnin primary. 'l work all of' wer! perfected as'1: all the public schoolo. if filled to the JUNCTION. I INo.

far as the executive branch of our 'I 1 doors would accommodate only GO.. I, 21-Daily So. I-Dally I So stop where time not shown So 2-Dal1y !No. 2.Ds1lm
t-. r\ Word Costs You a Cent, For Renresentative- | I I .!
tinJ Fiery: Word is Head The friends of Henry C. Clopton i goveinment could co-oerate with tlt. : 11:1\5 1:')) a m Leave ....- Pt-nsa ol.Arrlve. 10:511 pm 5WpI
I ...... .. .
Lord Pauncefote. II: I II I l:1S night 1:13": noheDlia 11):17": a.OII"I
i By Eerbo1y. announce him a* a candiqate for ; I Jeffries.Fitzsimmons Match. :!;'Q"' 1:11\: II II ........ Youstra ......... II 11))1. II I //JOl":: .
..... representative in the Legislature': 'i Soon after Secretary Hay assumed 1 :2:1": 1:1'1" II .__tscambta. ..._. IQ3 It 0:51" ,
:..:-: :::;.--- ,. + from Escambia county and request office Lord Pauncefote began the work j I San Francisco, May 24.-James J.I 12:5.S ;:::5" ". ..... ._ M ulat _.._ 10:23 II 5'4. I II2s' i

: 1"'l II. .. ... ..... ..... It 'I I
the support of all democrat; in the I II Jeffries and Robert Fitzsimmons ha'earfeed 10"1 S'14 I
which he himself : .. '"
14)1'. regarded as the 12:54) 1.:1.: .........G"t City........ It-: 67": -. I'.
I conirn? democratic vrimary. greatest accomplishment of ha busy upon the final details for their L'jS'4 7-i ......_. Milton... ._ It ldli\) 5:2)' .. ,
I- --- battle here July 25. The amend 1:$) am..... II .. ...... Uood Range._ It ...... 1 .:M ., J'
I r. > pin. Wednesday afterard For Representative. l life; namely. to forever set at rust the i I on 155" K'15" II ...... ... Hells ..... 1I:8. 415 ..
far return to NF.w24Iflt: '!i ibelunging The friends of J. T. Fillingirn of questions growing: out of fie old Clay. i J I ed articles of agreement have been 2:2':II" $;R) II ...._. :.I11\ga --..._ .. 9o 4:11: It _/
2:83" 8j.: II II .........Crestview.__ 11:13 "
Bluff 404)
------ Spriuss announce him a>; a signed. Billy! Delaney represented Jef- ..
to the pub- ;' ton-Uulwer. treaty,. and. e]]ered with ,, 11:1)) 8'M" ..,.....Deer Land "'_ U 8M 3St: ..
I : candidate for the legislature ub-1 and Fitzsimmons was in 11:23" 11:1:1": ..._ ._ .
fries present Mossylead.
> l I..ard for return to I[ energy again; upon negotiations! the .. 8i 1 IIB :!
I II .:0:1" .4 .
.'(in;it ject to the democratic primaries of 11:30 .Del' uniakprlngt. 8.1'1 '% 41 "
= July 15, and a<:k for him the sup- > result of which was the framing of the person. The ontest is to be under .:1; :H" .II. _....._ Argyle .'_ iH !::SI .
I '' straight :Marquis of Queensbury rules. .:H' ::'1' .....Ponce dO LI'oIl- '1\I .
: i J
1t"u 1 2'111"
l-.l-iN Hay-Pauncefote
LTu all treaty ratified. .. I
of democrat recently
I ..
port 6'JlI" 11IJ' .. .We&t'l'lIIe....__ 1:11 : .. 'I ,
__ ,. ___ _,,_ 1'S.
.n 'I For these valuable services the the winner to receive 60 per cent and 1\:0'1" 11:15': .- .-... Caryvllle... ._ 71 ., 1::41 .. I f i
:. '.\ tihou9ehold furnl- For Representative. 118.1" l.i ) 'I _,._ __....... ,
i the loser \f) cent cLth.oure.! IonU\y ss. ; ii
"'1 ., \ ,>'A'< and 1\11 klnd or per- The friends of Chas. M. Coston nn- i British government; did Lord Palln 'p. neT ft:,....... .. 10:47 .. .._.......tllpll'Y: ._ ._. 8:111 I 11 1:14 II
: term, I'ay htnctestI 1 tote the honor to three times extend 1I\oI"! 11:07" .. .Cottondl\l'L._ 4:15 :
,. I Apply: to A.o'uaer, uouuce him as a candidate for representative : 7i)) 1l\: .. ......... Iarlal\na ..__ 111)) :i I"JP lU: : nasa II
: .. ,' ., -trc.-t I i in the legislature from i i iI the term of his sr\ice at Washington, ;::10" 11: 5" .m.l.'ypre.s .......... It 11:1'1" IFn ,
I Escambia county. and they ask the i which would otherwise have ceased' A WEAK STOMACH 7:44), 1l:5 ,. .... ......Oranrt Ridge_ 6t. .. 1l::! am.. 'I
i :>i.' 15! noon .._ I .. I
; tSneads
\ !> In improved real es- of all democrats in the "' "'" 6; 1" 10:5<1
\1: l I. ..r 'uail amounts at low : support com- i i when he attained the age 70 years. 8:13" 1 :15": -\rrlvRlverJuncttonLl'an 6111" 1a "
ins primary. When the stomach is weak : ,
i > I o-i I5l:*> t:. Krooks. n. .
,A. i s >> t'a.afoi! bt., Kiaher :, i your food remains undigested, -- ::
Smlm iID For County Treasurer. I England Shocked at News. and you fail to receive the prop. I ti>=GOLA=< Bay a new garden hose .j

', I announce myself a candidate for j London, May :24.: -The news of the er nourishment from it. Try a :' .
1. \ '
'I ,.. -. you need money renomination for the position of dose of from the Willis Hardware : ;
.A \:.\ amount you want i death of Lord Pauncefote. the British HOSTEITEK'S STOMACH Grist and Corn Peal pills :
of E-carabia ,
county treasurer coun-i
4. t- Ii- n.ij lowest rates BITTERS after each
meal. It
I ,',' t', i real to the action of the democratic ambassador at Washington this morn Company. ;
inpro\ed city ty, subject will aid the stomach in its work ;
: ..t '!II \\ r. 2">v, South In-tf J'ala- rritnary. ing was conveyed by a representativeof of digestion and prevent DYSPEPSIA II, F. GONZaLEZ 4 CO., Prop i, ;i., "
J. W. PRATER. the *ociated Press to the British
i Iforeign I t
I 'l' \\ \ .. j' i ___ Manufacturer 'I '
j It; :iOIO'o l'Y i! office and the United States
J vm: L.\ .'.. i. IJr'ri'rtpro- ': For Tax Assessor. IOUSNESS, and XEKvorsNKss. CHOICE MEAL ANt) PURE GROtNI' CHOICEST : '
t .. ,, 1 !' embassy.' The officials were greatly
-.1\1.1 t : i 111\ 11 n
.. ? s real es.
I myself as ai
'*: P' ''P' 'y fIr -\'.\ ,I" have I it.HOSTETTER'S STOCK FEED.
r.ption shocked and expressed the 4' .
r"J!- ," ,1 or >,,>_- uie. attended to, candidate: for re-election as Tax As- -oFf .
'..1.i .'.. K' Ha--, ., 1'.1',. c. Watson A Co. seor for cambia county, subject i >' with the widow and a realization Patronize Home Industry, for there U
l: ih--at- .. STOMACH every reason you should buy your Meal and ,
*, ri < ;.t .1i-url\IC.., agents, Pensari !I: to the action of the democratic primary -j of the loss which both countries BITTERS. Stock Feed from the Home Manufacturer '
,i\ 1\ lot fr<"m Ifld..rte at \\'H \\'lllltnd Toeveryoueii money 1, July 15.; I has sustained.A for by so doing you encourage home Indus f FRUITS INDCOIFECTIONERY D (
i '' .. 1 to h .J a lious.. Bd-tf W.V.. RICHARDS. t I and try Your in money IS left In the community 1
I I yon are Indirectly benefited .
--- II In
fostering the home
---- manufacturer yon
I .i. Iti-nt. I For Tax Collector.--I LESSON IN HEALTH. contribute to the cause of labor. You owe -AT- i
-' I hereby announce myself as; aj Healthy kidneys filter the impuri. PROFESSIONAL CARDS It to the community in which you live and
I' 'It t l\\ II ''I I II'
( iv farnisaed rooms' at' which
) contributes
to your
!: ""r.r.' < ,f' t. a lilt candidate for re-election as Tax Collector ties from the blood, and unless theydo -- support APOSTLE'S .

\1 I' for Escambia county, subject this good health H Impossible.Foley's W. C. ROWE M. D. ..
ti't; 1111. ;STlU. the action of the democratic ,
to pri- Kidney Cure makes sound
Pocket cutlery and scis- 14 East GQTerneit St. J
11 > I -M-.. : to learn barber trade, I mary July 15. kidneys and will positively cure all Office: ITS' S. Palafox. Hj
I h -1 lI'nl'only; eight weekst"iu : A. H. D'ALEMRERTE. I forms of kidney and bladder disease. sors from the finest to the
I. I Hours from s to 9i.; ) a, m. aad l to 3 p. m Formerly Cordova Restaurant Stand
: ... [0..1 praituiexpert,pr..ot.. i 111r":1t..d.: pO'Iiool guaran- W. A. D'Alemberte, 121 8. Palafox of Pineapples at 11.75 L
', : The friends of Henry JSellinger announce Hardware Co. to $tOO .
;.n! iiied free MolerKarber I liono OS. : per dozen.
.. street. ? |
r. AM.. La. mStfni him as a candidate for Tax I
I -- -- ---- .
-- if
-- Collector of Escambia county, sub- --- -- -- '-
-A,-:" .. \\-1111 t -d. ject to the democratic primary to be !> flow Ait Tour Kldarr il

\\ ** f -'' --\-f'->orsohcitor-\ --- ; will- -pay- i held July 15; 1102, and request the I Die Dr tree.Hobb Add psraznsPilleni>terl.otlltemedr'@Co.alIki(1nejIll or>.5sn.N J

/ .. 'inini'iion. to right one. Ad-i!i: support of all Democrats. I II
II l ...
office. _m' tf I I For County Commissioner.The i C.A.STOn.A. F.E.Brawner'sOnePiicei Cash House I

>V'ulllt'I. I 3M11.rI lie Kd Yll Hats Aleays Bragtu8ctnx I< '
Io___.__. I I friends of J.V.. Brewton of tho
\V \ H.lI-1I kind ot empty bl'I'r district No. 5 announce him as a I :
boo[l,, '. FRILDMAq.: nOT tfK"1" ''. candidate for re-election from said --'

!'oo, )..g.:.. 'I''I'I'OH I district, subject to the action of the I,I CUT
,' primaries July 15. I Ii PRICES IN TWO
} ".V"1: -Tae most o> irable lou in Do you want a magnificent .
.:.y 01 easy trnij, by the Fisher i i'i For County Commissioner. for little money? If so, call on .. I
i:,:*" ':* Ancy, *x> South Palafox I I|I Mr. Frank Johnson hereby an- "! Stephens, the jeweler. He will accommodate -, -
0'l I '))) yards Dress Swisses 6c'
atm worth
2i) dozen Ladies' I I
nounces himself as a candidate for you. : Lisle Thread 50 pieces Medicated
yard, 10 yards for :30 cents. Vests worth 35 24-inch Cotton
L'() U l.'L'lty. jrelection I as county commissioner I cents, yours for 20 Diaper, 10 yardil In a piece, worth
'-' -- I from district four. Escambia county 100"" yard3 Dress cents. Soc, for this sale
i !! Dimitys, worth 60c. _
.S. .I.' 'MK BROWN UOtfORS8: to the will of the democratic 'I "
& Son
subject Wade
; l >v tock and Egll for ale. A. +'jC, 10 yards for 45 cents. 10oO Boy's and Men's collars
:.::'V '---at \\"llIt5 tf arhvar8, CO'I. l gtf'1 ,'1! voters in the coming primaries. He I broken sizes to close 100 dozen Ladles' Fast Black, Full j
'does this for the reason that he ,| 2000 yards bleached yard wide Domestic out at 3 each. Seamless Hose. regular lOc
1 I.\. lit (. <)(>!)M. I the office and thinks he 1 10 for 45 for this sale good, i
wants can REAL ESTATE .:fr | yards cents. 200 Ladies' Madras and White 8tf a pair; 4 pair for I
M 11\-0: \RAHBEIKEMannfaeture!r !" be of benefit to the best interests of I Waists!! worth 75c and |1, to close at 2-5c.
j 2000 yards nnbleached Sea Island
ia lialr Ooods the whole If his friends
Hata, Toilet county. iOC.
A" '. I !' 100 dozen
,..*/***;" li -rOieto.S29 W. Oovernment and the people interested agree with Rental Aieits ul IIUT Brokers, !yard wide Domestic, 10 yards for 45 Hose, in brown Men's Seamless Half
him he will I i cents. 50 Lace red and black for
.-= : appreciate their sup pairs Curtains, 214 yards oc a pair.

1"" "- -,'r.-.-i.'or F'unoral.e. port. 28 West Government St. j II I 2000 yards!! Embroideries, regular I long, regular 75c goods, to close at
- 45c. dozen Men's
Fl.A rl\: FOR FUNERALS fnrnUle4 For County Commissioner. I, price 7>a to 8lic, 10 yards for 15 cents. Stitched Under French Dropped-

: p-nn-pii in houqueu ipeclal deilgoih' I hereby announce myself as a Surburban Property and 25 dozen Large Turkish Bath Tow- Shirts, worth 400, to '
\ I City close at 25c
:;Itte each.
-It.\o Moreno, 13: West Gregory mlm candidate for re-election as county: I I 1000 yards Dress Pique and Ducks, els, worth $2, will close at $1.20. Drawers to match.

commissioner from district 2 of Es ,, worth 10 and 12,4'c, 10 yards for 85 30' dozen Men's Fancy I
: Timbered Lands for Sale. I 20 dozen Striped 1
U U'1' cents. g.lnch Bleached
1LU\ : Lace Under Shirts !
-- YJ1t.i. cambia county. subject to the actionof Towels, for this sale 45c each. Draw. in j
at 50c
((' \\1 PLOWERiandHoraILeslgns.- -' : the democratic primaries July 15, I 1000 yards Dress!! Cross Bar, worth dozen. era to match. 'J

)f cpr-clil: !OleLt8 dollnl ordered for cn tomer, and ask the support of the roters. gents Collected, Prompt Returns !lade 8-ic! 10 yards for 50 cents. 35 dozen 28x42-Inch Towels, regular 2 dozen Ladies' Black and Colored I I I
Moreno R8 lOc "
tSo'n.sI Gregory JOHN Q. WELSH.For goods, for this sale, We Bilk Taffetta Waists ,
___ mlm dozen. regular price
-- 25 dozen Ladies' Bleached Vests I
$3.60 to close at $2 20 each. }
Summer Law County Commissioner.The Valuable City Property, Improved with tape in neck, 6 vests for 25 500 yards ;(
School. White Batiste '
friends of \V. A. Shelby here cents. Lawn, This gale will positively ; I

UNIVERSITY' OF VIRGINIA. by announce his candidacy for reelection and Unimproved, regular 12Ji quality, 10 yards for 85c. for longer than one week. not ran ill i I

.:7. 'inla! inoBQUin S8d Summer. July: as county commissioner for Sale. '
t'epltolUbtor. 1.1.>e. By the Law Faculty from district No. 3 of Escambia 1

triit.Ur kI.-,1 ani' I to to b8inner practltlonera; to candidate who bare tor lacked the county, subject to the action of the List with Us your Houses for Rent. F. E. BEAWNEK'S ONE PRICE CASH HOUSE
15 and
mauo instruction. For catalogue,ad- democratic primaries July j
"r.u.c ask for him the hearty support of all L !

\. i. ll.'OB, Secrtry, tkarlottMfWe. 'a. democrats. We Guarantee Satisfaction. .o 1O5 SOUTH PALAFOX STBEET fj

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a x. 'L- APolitics I I PROMPT ACTION IS IBPERPERRTIVE. << ; SHOT AT LAMAR AND BEARDIN "Stroaaest t io t ilidroir? i

E andPoliticians = MADISONCorrespondence
I A SUSPICIOUS The 421 Annual Statement
Eatered at the Poet Office at Pen "col., t yei,
A Ending December 3Ut. linn
Faa..NCond-cl.1i8 mattu. I n{

; J'alAtol.tre8t.OffICE :-fItfi np-iuire.Building. 211}* South, j| lim? M at Tto seun lens Daily Se", ..

CHARACTER Madison, May 24.-Geaeral W. B. l THE f EQUITABLE(

w 1 THE NEWS PUBLISHINC CO.I. teasel( Suffering, Perha s I I Lamar! and Hon.John S. Beard, candidates

; 1 I. B. HILBON, Managing Editor. 3' ,I for congress, spoke here from
DcthPaine's The crack of the LIFE[ ASSURANCE I [
I sharp a pistol at ij
W. )!f. BALL, Business Manager. There is now no doubt that Scott the same platform today and both
1 \ corner of Garden and Tarragona ,
Terms: Invariably in Advance. M. Loftin and Henry C. Clopton' made a fine impression upon their .
i Assets _
1 001 2:25 o'clock .e.u: ,
OUYearbyM.IL _it streets at yesterday ; ,
j '
,. ._ will be elected to represent Escam- hearers. Reserve and other Liabil-
81S Montbi S 50 j
,t CeleryCompound morning alarmed drowsy watchmen, ities... .. .... .. .. ,
, j Qn C.rrlerl' Monday 10 bia county in the Florida legislature. General Lamar is particularly ,2 .\ .i
,)'rl '' I firemen and policemen, all of whom -
','' tdrertisirg Hates Furnished on ApplicationTELEPHONE They form a strong combina-1 I strong in this county and bis excellent Surplus(from which Dividends --

; I made their way as fast as possibleto are . .. -
I IA I paid
NO. 118.PEISAOOLi address was attentively listened $ .
1: : 1
I learn the cause of the shooting.A j
;, Ap, I I | | to. Paid to Pollcy holders in
.';,' \ second after the shot was tired a I j ... ...... ..... .
, j I dare I entitled to and should! have ai!I Is the Never Failing Health Restorer 1 i Mr. Beard made many friends by | 1f
NiON L 6t running like the wind
negro was New Insurance in IOCn, C-
j I representative in the legislature and I his really brilliant speech. In calm,
in seen to go east on Garden street. Total Insurance in force
:I no better man can be found to repre-1 Springtime. I conservative style, without any exhibition Dec. 31, 1901.... .... .|i !r-, :- '
The shot fired Officer &
MAY 26,,1902. !! sent their interests than Henry I 1 It is now an established fact that was by of bitterness, he called attention i Notwithstanding the greatc, T -
The :;
: 'I He knows their rheumatism Humphreys. officer had been j I cial of the
-- Clopton. needs and n nervous prostration, insomnia to the legislative record If. strength Society ai u"ii
j neuralgia dyspepsia, and patrolling his beat and seeing the i greater security which its ..
I |
I KIM i EDWARD Is going to import he will work the j
to !secure! legislation -
'oJ I I j blood diseases are curable if Paine'sI Hon. Fred T. Myers, pointing out holders thereby enjoy. the E HMF'iare .
I a gilded youth from Boston to teach should have ( is and negro standing: near Sunday's hall, LOW and
they to protect i Celery Compound honestly I GUARANTEES .
; I where Mr. Myers' vote had always ot;
bim bridge whist. What was the I!their interests. The faithfully used at this season. It is'well he stepped into the shadow and ter than given by other com, v f.KXOWLES .
" 11 j :matter with Chicago country voters : known that many of our most been recorded against the best interests r

F _- should see to it this time that both 'successful physicians are daily prescribing awaited developments.The j. of the great mass of the people.
; THE new- novel, "A Speckled\ I : and recommending Paine's negro stood a moment on the j, BKK.
j representatives do not come from ,Celery Compound. This fact proves Mr. Beard spoke in complimentaryterms
; Evans is
Bird, by Augusta if
J corner as taking in the urruund- i
the 'the of the medicine .
city. The way to do it is for superiority great
f about to have a phenomenal sale. It I I I'I the I of General Lamar and praisedhis Geot'f.1ll'nlll..
eVer regular drugs usually -I ings. Satisfyinghimselftbat\ no one
', i* sixteen years since her last book 1 them to work with and give hearty prescribed for the troubles mentioned I work as attorney-general, claim- 3U9 8. Palafox St.. PENsv
( ;: above. /'I was watching, he walked up Tarra-
appeared, and this one is said to be support to the Democratic League ing that Mr. Lamar had been so ef- -
ber best. ,' for Paine's Celery Compound is preeminently gona, street and was in the act ofj!
1 League has! declared itself, I
adapted for correcting unhealthy ficient in that capacity that the
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: I and by voting with the League, nerve action; it feeds the i! vaulting fence when Officer Hum-! Your Monej-
ES.\TOR H+NNA failed to induce I
him there and
i, nerve centres with elements needed: I j phreys walked toward him I II people keep
coal barons to let elect the from to catch
the Pennsylvania they can man the
I |to strengthen them and build up; I vote for him ( Beard) for congress.
f the Civic Federation arbitrate the country. !healthy tissue. It purifies the blood, I him. A noise' made the black look j! Back

miners' strike; but !he'il have thatmuch I Iif taking away every trace of poison, around and he caught the sight of' Hon. James E. Broome, candidate #

i : more time to devote to the relief !1 The Ladifs" of the 1 j ani encourages a rapid growth of |' the for secretary of state, and Hon.
Auxiliary officer in the
. red corpuscles upon which the vigorof moonlight. Then !I WITHOUT .\
of his friend_Rathboiif.NECSKU I Brotherhood of Locomotive Engi-I the entire "system depend : he started to run. The cfiicer calledon John G. Ward of Pen*Jcola. candidate WOK1) II'

{ preachers from the United i' hegira will give basket at'!I'. Weariness. tired feelings, de*pon-I 1 for railroad conimi"ion, also '
a him
dency, and unrest to prevalent in to halt and when he did not, |j'

States are engaged in a crusade i i Magnolia Bluff May 17.: All the raili 'the lat days of spring< are banished' I:i the shot was fired. This greatly in-'addressed'i the meeting arJ both BUFFALOBaking
teaching the natives of South Africa : after a week's use of Palne's Celery I II
made hits.
i road ;boys will be there. The railroad happy
that that is "a black man's country"and !: vote counts big. Jut think and strength take the place of la55i. There was a great :;'gathering I Powder

the whites should be put out ye tude_n n" and_____ maoEnacc.. __n:n_,,__. !| away i j .''' R .' ._.-_ ..._ ___...__. --a I
and kept out. There's logic, at l least, candidates, what an opportunity this ,: Now is the tune to strike at the I i, UIU1V"H.'O LV .JI: .JC "r'laA'=I" 4UU

iii their claim. picnic presentfor you to meet and 'root of your besetting troubles. The Foley's Honey and Tar contain' [' many ladies: graces the ball: by their I I Does not Give 1'1
-.- work of recuperation beiruu today I Satlsfactio.Guaranteed .
no opiates and can safely be given !i I
get acquainted with the railroad ; will suture weeks
Cn's new president assured save you perhaps
i to children. W. A. D'Alemberte | I
f Governor Jennings that American :I men, their wise daughters, other I 'mouth The iminen-e tortui and and unprecedented mental agony. I 121 8. Palafox street. : Lamar hat his headquarters i a.

ideas and methods of sanitation kindred and friends. Tickets in- i demand lor Paine's Celery Com-i at the Line? House while'

+ would be continued in force in the :i eluding transportation, will be only 1 1Scents. pound-earth's best medicine-is an NEW BOOKS )Iessr Beard, Broome :and Ward
island, and thus the health of Flor- indication that thousands are throw- FOR THE :
Take this!: trip, candidates held forth at the Merchants Hotel.
i iI oil
t ha and, the United States would be ing disease and seeking health. _H __ __ __

j, !! guaranteed. May his words come I attend the picnic and carry a whole -:Past experience given' by Paine's and the Celery happy Com reuli' PENSAGOLA LIBRARY ,1: Reveals a Great Secret.It .

11, true! i bunch of your friends with you. ]pound, all combine to make clear : is often asked how such startling :

:1 I -- your path of duty. Begin today -- cures. that puzzle the best physician

,! IN addition to the examination j It is a rood old democratic priui with Paiue's Celery Compound if There was a are effected by Dr. King's New Discovery
good attendance
j papers of pupils in our public schools i :you would establish health and vigor ,, at for Consumption. Here's the i
heretofore noted, THK NEWS: has I cijJe that the majority'rules.. In I for the coming summer season. the called meeting of the board ofgovernors secret. It cuts out the phlegm and ,

been afforded by :Superintendent.Cock Escambili county it i is clearly evi- 'I M H K V of the Pensacola: Library germ infected mucus, and lets the': Absolutely Pure
Always Ask for Diamond Dyes l life. iving oxygen enrich and vitalize <
dent that li I ___ __ .
an opportunity to inspect a majority-and a very association Saturday afternoon, and i the blood. It heal! rte iDtJ\n1ed'l n

toe of school 71, in grades 1, 2 larjje majority-of the democratic' IV KK .NOOltiKlC, I some important business cough-worn throat and lungs. It makes delicious bi-. ;
was trans-
and 3, in penmanship: arithmetic colds and !stubborn! coughs soon fin!, etc.
voters favor the election of W. B. acted. One hundred dollars yield to Dr. King's New I You can ,
spelling and language.; It is not too HIGH GRADE PUPILS i was ap- Discovery, prove this
Lamar for cougte =. Why not accept 1 propriited for the of the most infallible remedy for all BUFFA'Oatrial.OSAf.
much to say that thee papers exhibit > purchase new |i Throat and Lung diseases!! "Guaran-i i
evidences of gratifying pro the verdict of the majority and j books and placed at the disposal of ': teed bottles 50 c and fl.W Trial i, < E MA ,

press on the part of the pupils as the 'P give him a unanimous,; vote in the OF SCHOOL NO. 74 the purchasing committee. Mrs. bottle. free at W. .\. D'AlemberteX i iII i : Saie-
South Palafox
direct result of faithful and efficient'j j primary election July la' I ,i John Storm McGaughey was added | : street ,
work on the part of the teachers i ;
4 of At the final examinations: : held in to the catalogue committee, and the BANNER SALVE
patrons our public school j I
i i :am told there: will be a primary ;
certainly have good cause for self Public :School No. 74, the following committee was authorized to accept the most healing:salve in w world.SaTre I '
election l lrh
Ivnpfnan's; park July 4. a
congratulation upou the result of j number: of pupils in the different t a few advertisements for the new i
i t tne K. I. K. tt '
picnic when the: t by buying
the year's work. i j'IN grades gained K4))% in studies \ catalogue the copy for which, prepared \
j friend of the various candidate will IUU11UJ your furniture
\'alua-I I named .. by the librarian
1M)4) when the assessed i : is about
{be given an opportunity to vote I at Jlfarston $5 nf6ina'SGreat
tion of property for taxation: in Floridu (! 1 I 'pPlhnt ready for the printer. The rates of
1 early and often: for their favorites Furniture Empo-
reached: its highest pomt-$101- j Grade 1, sec' A .Hi :,advertising were fixed as follows: 1 1IF
:2tW,63U; -the value of personal prop j and plenty of oppc.tt2sties! will be (Grade I. S"C. B. 9 Last rium.
page: of cover, third
; |
erty assessed was It3.77 per cent o f.: Offered to buy vote i Grades'. 21!} page of - -- I

tbe whole. :Since:; then it has varied i I: Grade.15 ,| cover, |:3; full page, .2 Wj; half page. i|I CONCERT AND DANCE AT

from J6.23 per cent to 17 61 per cent, I Checking registration list*. and * $UiUj; quarter page |l. MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY :

t until last year when it reached 18.29''[ t trying to ascertain how the boys are i Arithmetic1.Grade I I 'tNIGHT. TnAI\:; AT fe.:30AND';

per cent. This is an excellent .show; 9. LAST TRAIN RETURN- AT ,
going to vote, is tiresome work.' ON THEOFFICE
< I, Sec .13 YOU HAVE TO KNA'h I'
jug, and indicate? au awakening to : j iiw. rioxfirs 2j CENTTS, AT

their real duties: on the part of tax j When you take a recess: at midnight i iI I I
assessors throughout the state. The 1 or thereabouts, drop in at Nick's resItaurant {Grades. BUILDING ,
I Grade. 6i WHY NOT DO IT HEKr
lowest aggregate valuation since and have a nice little supper.: !

Jjjy: was f9.i,5i'7,3o4, in Iblft, since I ,I i Language, I --- ORANGE MINT : Our service is as rapid 3"1.,1,I .-

.which time there has been a steady i I The next meeting of the Democratic | ( lh Material in large quantities for the i i waiter-, perfect nianagttm-i/ ,1: -

increase the amount for last year- :! League, Thursday, May 29, atClutter's > 'Grade 4. fr 1:| new export office building on Com Is a New Drink : modern ten-minute facilities eater caii can make appt-a-It.> --

f9.oolHrL-beiul; almost tqual to ( hall, will be interesting. (if" graphy. i i''mandancia wharf has been placed I hunger without impairing !In- 'I i :".

that of lM u, the year following that Grade 4. hS. I on the site, and the -H- I tln.
r All democrats are cordially invited carpenters were I

of "high-water- _-inaik._ -__ --- ,i \to attend. Tne membership li-t i i" I : H. COI.LI.NS, !! placed at work this morning to com- I ...ANDERSON'S.; : .. 'I The 20th Century
THE )Iallufa.turers' Record for Prin. No. 74. ;
steadily growing. Be sure you sign I I plete the building. nestaurant=
22 contains a large
May limp show-I '
ing the effect of the recent combiua- I' 'the right list-there are others. ', What Thin Folks Need Contractor Clubbs was on hand at 'c'O-" ,-, ..1'. r: : :i serves u variety of excellent I Ippecially
.. '
a and prepared and -uitah1 : !
greater power digesting
7 a. in. to direct i CREATIONS"
tions involving the L. fe N. aud -- !' preliminary
a*-imilatin food. For them Dr. 'LATEST hasty eating
Southern railway ?y,tems. from Johnnie Brosnaham is making 1 King's New Life fills work wonders. : work, and it is given out that co 4 i i Our Sandwiches and Dairy 1 In-1 Fare -

which it appears that the united I i the rounds today inviting the ;I"Faithful" They tone and regulate the digestive : time will be lost in finishing the! -IN1ighGrade I really delightful.

systems will extend over an area ;I! organs, gently expel all poisons from very important structure., I'hone11..
to attend a caucus at theMyers' ':, the system, enrich the blood, im I :I Stationery, ; ;
embracing as its extremes Washing-1 i prove appetite, make healthy flp-h. I i Pearl & Blumer
: headquarters, up-stairs. cot Ladies Can Wear Shoes I .oC OFFICE SUPPLIES, .<
Norfolk, Charleston. i
Brun W.
ton t Only 2-ic. at A. D'AleinberteV. : 216 H. Palafox St.
wick, Jacksonville, Palatka, Pensa- ner of Pine: and Palafox street 121: South Palafox street. one size smaller after using Allen's too'- < Hewspgiers and! Pcriciiicals. ii iit -
Kaie a powder to be shaken Into the fboe !
cola, New Orleans, :Shreveport, Johnnie met the Itmakeb tight or nt-nrfcboes _
me on street buttonholed feelea .v;giv<->
i : GLOSINGIEXERGISESSCHOOL inntant relief to corns and b'Jnion'c.. it'the USE THE i) :
Greenville Memphis Kt. LOUI-, me, whimpered the greatest comfort di-co\ery of the age '
Chicago and Detroit; with a mileage important Cures and pre'IJU011',1 fret. hlmtr". <: Parker "Lucky Curve' :
; and I told him callous and sore fcpuls. Alleu's Kom-Ka-e ,.
message I'd be.there. r fr !1 1tvvvvvvvv4
aggregating 14,3t 7 miles From the ;I I I! NO. 70 I feet a ct'rt'un cure for tw.BiinK.. hot aching Fountain Pen. -- I 11
At all
latitude of Asheville, N. C., north l- t hunt accept drujfglst any substitute.* andshot.Trial s'oreic p"(leap; II I I

ward a gap exists absolutely excIUJ-1( _.-THE POLITICIAN: LeR..S.LMilCH F'ltF.Fbynrsll. AddresAllenr, Mmsted. ,m BENNETT'S ,
--- '
the possibility that : iloiif''t. PaUf.\. l'pn..acu"a, r
ing For Over Suty Years The closing exerci of -- I.< .
< school "
Pst j o :--7'<-7 7'7 :
'say mentsfromthelVetandNorthwewill !! 7'I I
be diverted from Gulf or South\ been ub.>d tor over iity years by mllhonso ,, Wednesday May 2s.: ------

Atlantic ports to New York.HoItU 1 mothers with perfect for their mcce children.. It soothes while the let-thing cblla'softfD beginning at 10 o'clock a. m. The : OR EXCHANGE I Big Stock! All Kinds :

--- -- -- -.- the gum ,allay. all pmncures wind '
i colic and Is the beet remedy for iMarrhoea parents and friends of the children : DRY \\\\Y\ All
l'l a CcIll/.trt'1II. It mill relieve the poor littlp m: erer 1mmediately are cordially: iuvited to be I JOB CATTLE : :\ \\ Prices :
t "At the end of the campaign," bold by Druggets in every Dart present I ....
of tbe world. .
write Champ Clark, Missouri\' Be sure you a-Twenly-Bve k tur"Nre.N'Insluw'eNooth cents a bottle aan enjoyable program ha been } Call at 108 \\"*<;t Chase street and ,
brilliant coueressuiau "from overwork lag Syrup,"and take no other kliid. make your choice.
prepared On : [D1ON ij
ti Thursday the pnpiN PUUNOGRPH ij !
tension ---
j nervous losofleep! 18m1Ut U KO. W. TUKTOX, JR.
I had about CONCERT AND will receive their
and constant speaking DANCE AT certificate; and ,
mttrly collapsed. It !seemed! that all :\LHiOLI.RUFF THe[ -<- take in exercises for';': OASTOn.A.
the organs in my body were out of DAY NIGHT TRAINS AT 1'. SMu-: part prepared lha [ltd Yes >'aa.e J eafs 3cqJISJpatm Music Free With Each Machine
order, but three bottle of Electric AND 9. 1 a&T TRAIN RETUKN.S'AT their special; plea ure. v
r Bitters made ale all right. Its the 11 :M. TICKETS: 25 CENTS.; 1' -- Ifhk'
best all-round medicine ever !sold! .AT DEPOT. TILE SANTA KOSA fi j Fishing Tackle

over a druggit's counter." Overworked I SiIllUlTHIMi KSTAI1USHMKNT

? run-down men and weak, ;: If you are thinking of moving Base Ball,
i sickly women gain splendid health' ', Hathing in the warm gulf waters i is City Taxes v';" "

and vitality from Electric Bitter I I:j see Harry Hallmark or call phone conceeded to be the finest in the Tennis,
Try them. Only 60c. Guaranteed by world. EverythiD:{for plea?ure with
W. A. D'Alernberte, 121 South Pal- ;i 251 and let him quote you prIce He I, safety. Hood board and lodging, by Ping Pong.
afox street. the day or wl>ek. Luncheon Remember, the main
has the best I
__ ___. spring floats in the city promptly _
i served all
or night thing to do now is to II

s MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY )! 2m-tf Manager. your city taxes before r .1J ,
NIGHT. 'fRAINSATS.S:3OAN Di- No Gripe Pain I Can Repair any old thic*,
9. LAST TRAIN RETURNS AT ;, Garden tools in endless you are advertised You -- I
11:50. TICKETS 25 CENTS, AT Or discomfort, no irritation of the in- variety and at rock% ottom And fit Keys to any old lock'
DEPOT. test
I ho-tbful: cleantir.p, wbea you takn prices at the Willis Hardware interest.N. sideboards and leather \

Clt':1ning'ladie? skirts and wale!! Co.'.fl.PJ1lJ'.BaJNUllllto. F. B. Bruee
{ : Hood's Pills McK. OERTING seat chairs at ..MarstonQuina's : ,
{a one of oar specialties star Land I ,
SuM by aU druggists. Joceus the Tickling, Low prices; easy'
I Kd Tax
? j qt I traJrrt uJtu.CI: :in lU'Woq m:;tr City Collector.
7 t payments. \ 15 B. Palafox.

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w-- O'NEAL, President; F. C. HORTON. Cashier it)

S;E FOSHEEYice-President; Condensed statement o, tlxeM.E.CLARK Ant Chier.; I THE WEATHER( c i


LOCAL FORECAST-Generally fair! tonight ,

LIABILITIES. and Tuesday; variable winds.

Tn: ans . ...... ...... ...... .. .... .. $ i 5.fHt.96 Capital Stock ...... ,... .>............. .... J200.000.00 SPECIAL SALE
flm, u Loan............ ...... ...... ..... 67,034.51 Surplus Fund.... ...... .... .... ...... .. .... in
10,000.00( Temperature Last 24 Hour: .Jt
peri; dts...... ........................ .... 1,914.19 Net Profits ...... ...... ...... .... .... ....
7164.91 Maximum_ _.................. ....._. degrees It!
r'E V i'onds and Premium... ...... ...... 80.250.00 Rediscounts............ ...... ...... .... .... 132,650.89FarnV.ure Minimum_?____.? _......__.._...75 degrees
and Futures.... ...... .... ...... 6718.48 Circulation...... ...... .. ...... .... .... .... 75,00000 -OFCambric IF I
I R. bump" '"...... .... .... ... .... ...... 607.75 Deposits ............ ............ ...... ...... 444,31925 Temperature Elsewhere: .. .
u Exchange...... ...... ... ... ...... 257,062.16 .
Atlanta ...... 70 Underwear!I }:
$669,132.05 Bismarck...... ................ ......M 42
$869,132.05 Chicago.__ ... ................ ....76 EM ;
p! sank opened for business October 23,1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give Cincinnati............................*J f- 1 .
D, slues prompt, courteous and careful attention. Galveston__ .......... ......_1'2 76
your Haron_._ __. ... ...........__70 S* ID- FOR ONE WEEK ONLY !-& i
Interest Paid on Time Deposits. Jacksonville.. .......?..... .... _K 2 74
Kansas Clty ... w u J,j
I Key West.?_. ..... ...."..".."..".'.'..'.''.0 M 74
-- Memphis_.. ..... ..m .. ... V2 tw
__ Mobile___.. .. "sh 74
m. '"
vj Montgomery .. ... .._W 7- We will Offer Our Entire Line of Ladies'Cambric
B. H. AN EVENTFUL New Orleans-. .. ...._ ......Wi 74
Sew York. .. ..... Wavannab e2
t1PUOx..STER.ER. W5 OTEt !' ._ ..?_.___. .. .. .wi I 72 Underwear at a Discount of
8t. Louis .H 64 .


faroef tor* and Refinishing Furnitu'e a ,_. ,_.. _" o '

Specialti.Pltono Read the new advertisement of F. ; MARITIME. .25C.( : ';'

-aos. 13. Bruce (in this: issue An excursion train of eleven I ..

I See Ben Dunham at the P. A. C. coaches and a "refreshment car"arrived For May to date._. ... ........ .. ._. }.;7H,540 .

R. K. WHITE, : entertainment in the opera house here at 6:10 o'clock yesterday CLCARPD.Swcd R. HALLIDAY & CO.,

Wednesday night. morning from Birmingham. The I II Atlantenl'ft5: ,8\'en..t'D.>>y Pensa-
cola Lumber Co for with Ij
I Aberdeen lOl.KO S
futchmaler, Manufacturing I The P. A. C. entertainment at the train returned this morning at 111 $ft Iumbery37.l .i : t tt sawn umber; \'alueJ4 Telephone 193. ..01. ..* 33-35 Palafox St. '

graduate Optician, i I opera house next Wednesday prom. o'clock leaving behind a number of I '

: iII -es to be the grandest; affair of the SAILED. -
bitk Ptlifoi !it., Pfn-.rol ria i, very undesirable negro visitors; who I Swed s* Atlanten, Svenisen. Aberdeen
I selSOli.: Kubk Ystavat.tattonenGla&gowTHE ; \. !>.-This Sale will positively only last One Week
disposed of their return tickets at _
-- Every police officer on the force I beginning Monday May :26! and ending Saturday::! May 31. .JI
good prices to ready purchasers.The SHIPPING.
donned his; new summer uniform I
THIEF WAS train left Birmingham
yesterday, and each of them showed on VESSELS: IV POKT.STEAMSHIPS. '!m WNmmmmffi .
I' '
up well. Saturday night and two engines 11 I

SCARED AWAY i t Reserve your seats for the P. A. C. were disabled on the trip. One became I, Hr C)'nthla, It::**, lean: to. W S Kfyser A -. ..
-- 1 entertainment on Wednesday night disabled: at Montgomery and |!, CoSpan! KrancUca 1K), Kenevaeria: to Gulf 'rr- 3:" ;" ". For '; .

now at Joe's bookstore for it maybe another one was substituted ; the !' Transit Nor Kane L'o 6\'*, Kemertsen, to I'enbacola ; : t.
There was but one attempted bur- l :. :
Lumber Co
j hard to get good seats tomorrow. j jI second one was broken down at Hr Glencoe,2S.A. Coopf to order : t
glary reported last night, and thisman I, : Br Hornby Castle, :';>.:%, Oaudge, toUulf i? .
I I Vice Consul IJonar ha* the British I Ic.lorl i Flomaton and a machine from this: Transit! o ; I ..,
came so near being c'uight that I i I i t : SemiDressPATENT '
BrSCawfrlll.aMartlDientoUDltTran : c 1 1l
( flying at half-ma-t at hi*ottice
be will probably not work so freely i i iajain. in the Maaonic Temple out of respect[ |belated excursionists to Pensacola. Kr Vermont, -/TT., Osborne, to C \V Ha- t !1 I It.

'to the memory of sir Julian Pauuce-1 I > Aerates
;I fote, the Iliitith ambassador, who I j II They arrived several hours behind! i Nor King Cenrlc, Yuulsenlo JVn'-acolft 1 KID I
At 9:20 o'clock last night the glare II '! Lumber CO
died in Washington :Saturday.;; the time scheduled. BARKS L; '
of a match was noticed lu the second ? Blucher Oxford
.1 i( A annual y I The excursionists reported that Nor Agatlie, 117S BJonnesi to 8 8 L Co ;
band shoe.8tore of t S. Sheur on Tarragona j special sermon was: Hus AlbIOn,1\\-). Snail to 8 B LCoIt
v I preached ati p. m. yesterday to the j when I the train was a few miles; Colunibini.+, 1'arodi. to order J
;,,between Inteudencia and Nor Htrma nw,Johnson, to order b. CAP TOE RUGBY LAST ,
| colored membership of !Stephen; 1 ,I above Montgomery the train hands :' It UuUeppe 1) Albundo !. Monti. to Kosn ;1

ROmana\8tre. ... The matter wa.j.jreportedto i (J. A. It. The delivered +co Bras l jl
Post sermon was; I discovered a white man on top of[ Bus Hern laY7. Hoggblom. toSS I Ll'o J : MEDIUM SORE:,
Officers; tarter) nndtiimpsoD I at Big Zion chnrch by the : Hr J H Markers Krl, rank,to order
x fe I i one of the cars, beating his way. He ; Bus Lima,Ir.O Burke, to Fentacnla Lumber MEDIUM EXTENSION I
; who made a simultaneousrash I' pastor: and was listened to very attentively Co I
., i was told to get off, but refined : It Martlnln.T.I.eno.. to order
tote.. the store. When they by a large number. I II I I Nor Maiaura. 11W! Bruusgaard, to Ii V ,
.. \. I I When force was used, the tramp'i iI I 9hotterl'o
Angel Andersen and IJ. A. Carri- I I Nor Paragon, 711, COMMON SENSE HEEL.
reached the place was empty. I to 8 P Short ;;i. : A ..::l!
... .
.. i pulled a dirk it is
firemen from the I I alleged, and tried I I II i CoIt
I son deserting
An"investigation showed that the I i Knlnt Antonia de I'ardova.5:1I.lluKrto.
( HwedNIi ;steamer Atlauten, were I to use it. One of the train's crew i is ''to order

thief place by d.removing. gained( entirely entrance the to win-the'- ;,' placed: morning on that ju-t vessel previous early yesterday to the- I and then shot said to the have man pulled dead.a The revolver man I I i It Ain Hue Hjalmar.Vi.AxeUen.Mortolle SCIKMOEKS.n.imn.s., 144>>.Costa to master, to order A Comfortable and Nobby y Shoe for the Clul) ii; i.,

dow saelr The I Am James A Garrtnld. tiI\. ..... .
/ proprietor came up hour of Failings They were captured I' Dill to I MS LCo - - - --
oon, bat Raid be missed nothing. j i iM several days ago by Deputy U. S..I.II J M Koberts. Agent
.---" Marshal Wharton. killing was detained by the Montgomery Br Union,72 Foster, to master
i T ]
I ,

Of AM $.Weather Enemies i i\,I The hour for the stockholder authorities. i i 1 CLEARED! AND 8\ILK1 FOR PE> t

ot bumanity cholera is the worst. I j meeting of the c.imbia: Ol Co. one About GOO) people patronized this 8ACOLA. .
'Ir 'tment to be effective mu Wbeo i Thursday next i* 4 o'clock p. m instead excursion and as a rule were very Irlda Horn.Ufr.sld London March il
vomiting purging iaodiirfat
I /azpirak Bat.bpan.sld: Bilbao March ?2
aonoance that the dig> !j of S o'clock, as inadvertently orderlv. I BAkkSAlexander
i Leaders of Low Prices. H7 South Palafox Street. .
ease IB present, combat it with Perry'.1 stated Saturday's News It n understood I -- March I Lawrence, Sor, UM t1, Ito--aflO

Divis' Painkiller., All bowel troubles that the purpose of the Anita 8. ItS":{, atTenerltle NOT 20
like diarrhoea, cholera morlais EXCURSION COMING Uarsagllere.t. slit -arona Marchy
dysentery are overcome by Pain meeting is to decide the future j Cognatl.It.SJi Marseilles Jan 11 A Runaway Team
killer. It la health course of operations of the THIS Hive Mount, It,sill Lelth Jan 12
equally -prontot coinpiny.An AFTERNOONA ,
Virginia It bid Malaga, April lyhlHOoSKKM. '
lag in all climates. I I is sure to do more or less damage to :,
elaborate program is being Geo V Jordan, Am, sId New York April J7Mothers a carriatre. but whether you iif-d r -- t.,
I prepared under the auspices of W. train filled with white and ; pail iug from accident or ordinary e

GIANTS TAKE I! ,' Motheiit! MotliertHowmanychlldren rJ: wearnnd tear bring vourehicles ,
1' Sherman Post U. A. R., and will black people in large numbers left to J. M. Hilliard & Co. While our :

be observed at the memorial exercises ,' Mobile for Pensacola at 11:1o'clock;: and constipated are, with at this bad! season stomath feverish reputation is widespread for doingall

ANOTHER GAME to be hld next Friday Deco- 1 and headache. Ithf'r lirR.\'8 Sweet Powders kinds of repairing in the best
and is due
morning here about
for children 1 will alway'scure. K
at lowest
ration: Day at the national cemetery I are present they will worms manner prices, we feel ::
--. I at Barrancas. The entire 4 p. m. o'clock today. The excursion them. At all druggists certainly 25 cts. Samplei remote 1, sure that there are a few good people :
I programwill mailetH-UKK.; Addro. who don't know that .1
s Allen b. Olmsted t we are unexcelled ,
be published within a few j ji I is run under the auspices of Mobile LeRoy, N. y. :
A my small crowd went to Pul- days: in our line and we want .
I j benevolent societies.Now them to know us. .
0.ftto Beach yesterday afternoon i i i The L. & \. official have taken it I i
. I --- ---- What you pay for extract is Important, Iltst Horse Shoer always ready.J. .
Lt1 saw the Giants take the
: but what you get for your money Is tin :
' .. is a good time to begin tak-,
in the Sutherland by a score of ex-portbusineFto times important llaruttt't taut/la costs
' i. The small attend.lUce. howvtr 1! ing Hood's sarsaparilla, the medicine more because worth more :: Milliard & Co.,
p urs on Tarragona street wharf and "
___ _
" ; I that cleanses the blood and n ,- COPYAo/' No. :Itfl East Garden Ht. ."
wa not lacking in enthu-ia-m. i a good many regular men are at ;i clears the complexion. I will repair your watches and I

:- the grand stand revHrbratt-U a I1 i work. today completing needed re-I[ 1 Ih Jewelry in first-class style. J. I : I

'' t-qinnt: intervals with appl else. pl1rs.: There are now only I two >esj I i EdacatsTont BoweU With ('''. aretl. i Stephens. '

.UTt'IO'o.: n\lruw. : I j gels at this wharf, the British !'team'er !i 10e.Candy::c. ltC.CC Cathartic fail., cure druggistS constipation rlfuo forever.moa;. Thos. C. Watson--& Co., :11 I
Hornby Ca tIe and the I
Spanishe "
'I leadingHeal: Estate Agents, take 9Jtj h1EUX'S4t
The next e\amiiiaiiin for steamship FraucUca.! 1 all the worry off the shoulders of the '
< :ichf'r will be held iu "chuul l build'I -- -- BUILDING UP owners of ,
. CONCERT AND" DANCE AT property manage the J
/ N'o. I and that f'>r colored teachi i' )IAUXOLLHlXFF THURSDAY renting of their houses and the col-

-- in school building) ;;$l. j IXIOHI'. TRAINS AT K t aOAND: i lection of their rents as conscien- s ch..ol! <>r tliorihanil TjpenrituiK ami 1 ittrainrr.
Purse: fximiiiatiout; will begin I! BURNED l
9. LAST tiously as they would themselves. Now the 9 a. in. June 3, I'.Kti.! I TRAIN RKIURNS AT ) Their charges is time to enter school and prepare for a lucrative position. No ,
..' : all; those interested make note .i 111:50.; TICKETS CENTS, AT i I are very reasonable. vacation. Night and day t-e>",ioiiH.t :
ituc.. N. IS. CooK, I -

1 .. .-y :Sup.>riuteudeutof Public In-1 I! 1'ynyltalaam Krlietr Klglit Away from Mu cogee report to e i'iai-Iw! ; I i aid 5252..5252525252..52525252 .... .
&lid :
a@ >t-'t'tJ.tcnd Q.cOUjJ.b roda.
day that the building up of the : .................. nJ ,
- ...... ...
M1 1 / 0 = eM ..... .
.. ... ... ... ... ; burned district is fairly under way j 111 .
',&' .... .... .... f .
{ -, ...--..-................. and within a few weeks everything : HALF-PRICE : L1a fa4/M HALF-PRICE
r I \
will be in good working order. : : : m ;

....AT.... ; VV.. : ',
i A" the dry kilns are the mo-t needed : .4 SALE ..of. \\f !"I'
[. S e .- : ii) I!
these will receive the first attention a
: .................. r. S I
JSOLCAHN&CO'SSYOU of the builders, and machineryfor NeieeNaeeeeee.iCsasas t
psE52sEsa5-2sa525J :'I
them has already been: ordered.It .
II ;
is proposed that the dry kiln site

WILL FINDU ; b" shiftpd to another place and separate fid
Great Sale of Feet

_t_ '_"-. _._..J...._.. the kilns from the lumber Furnishings at Half Price

T". -_ t ._ : __ __.. ':' -:--.::: stock This change will somewhat

i SMITHFIELD HAMS. lessen the danger of possible; wholesale .G tt Monday and Tuesday & & \

.. destruction from a second fire. i i < 1:
; I
Mr. P K. Youge, local manager''! ,
-- ---- --- -- ---- --------- 150 Dozen Ladies'
Seamless Hose
y-- : for the said and Tan, only
company yesterdaythat
:!, o. ,. Nine Pairs to any one customer Pair
the rehabilitited buildings will 5C I

f ami the best of even*.thing generally be of the most modern style and ChiI r n's Ribbed Hose, I :j Ij

f kept in a First-Class Grocery Store. that as both plants are invaluable to Sizes 6 to 9 0 Pair 5c | Mfcsck3Pair? 5c :

the proper conduct of the firm's I l a

business! the work would be finished
iu as short a .time a* possible. NO JOB LOTS STRAIGHT CLEAN, FRESH STOCK '

FOR THE -- ,
I :


id Abita Springs Mineral Water. TRAINS AT &, 8:30: AND 1 IU > TIES: sizes 5 to 132.!' ... .... . .. .. ..... ...... .... .. .. .. ..... .... ...... p' DlJC rn l =

'f. 2.Misses .
11:50. TICKETS 23; CENTS\, AT Slippers sizes 8 to 13, Pair 75c.

Agency Nunnally's Candies. I DEPOT.--_?_-__ 4TRernember, this sale starts at o'clock Monday
; = morning Com early for a car-load would
I The finest line of sterling silver a e p ricei*. not Ian long :

goods and silver novelties is to be I
Corner Palafox and Intendencia Streets. found at J. I. Stephens'. Prices to Keep Your Eye on this Space for Next I ,
please all.Plant Thursday and Friday's
klu Sale a j

rclcphonc !178. t< .< Pensacola Fla. I a spring garden.The j

Willis Hardware Co. W. J. & B. FORBES. "

'X i iJ
.. S can sell you the tools cheap. j I .


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y VANQUISHED Several Recommendations Adopted MISS SARAH FINLEY

Bishop and Widows' SaUrin.Pa ,

.r :.'u. Tex. May 24.Bishop Duncan Vice.President or the Palmetto Club demyhls Te'lnDjIXE
of Form Feature and
session of the
[Orlglr.- 1 presided at today's

I scent to tie civil war at e.'zhteer general conference of the M. E. church OF C.\RDrI fTlq lra-

.f with my tree.' an ol-l -regular," as his Mind Render Women All-Power- aout In order to expedite business [ thoroughly t of (i1. l;.

! j orderly Le beins held l'tl>asbie by ', on the calendar speeches were United ti and cOol- .H ___
ful. Health However the Great- instead of U raicuu-s. l the cia3 :.:
EJV mother tiat no harm should! comEt J to n>: nute era remedy. meet-
1 Names for memberB of the new book the needs of the modern ma&i u Fatr '.
to TLis: was rather remarkablE
est Charm. i committee wen submitted &3 follows: woman in the modern way futni worm ht the:" .
{ s.uce I was P'fc? to war. but It was
f I 0. E. Brown W. E. Di!>lirt'll. John B. -without the torture of an none uJ tOU.l! M.: .
z j, I Laing ter to a large for.
is the admiration j! Ransom, J, B. }!organ Collin Denny, operation. Wine cf srdui ,:- wise of Cu:1. It.w .
t tune, and if I were med It would gt Woman's greatest gift power to inspire respect, cure-l them in the pri- '
.... : and love. There is a beauty in he :which L 3 more attractive to men j! R. M. Millsap. Paul Whitehead. Jas. { above them a.I iJ a ft
a.l. : of their homes and it 4
::: : R. Hindman and tact
J. Sidney
of features.. Campbell l. froWc rcnciy. It
mere regularity .
; :
It turned o.t that I needed to be pro ,Itt.1..1 i hu ("und a pale in the x. .JriI'
Bass. u.J
The and spin which health gives to the the movement dma gain an scare '
from fOui"t-jD:; as damrpnn:*, I snap eye, hearts vf American women I. -
j The conference adopted recommen-
and the fall of w rltStoru health is as iauejbt; ..
so uij mother consider"!. a* the bullet:! speech are magnetism. datlons and the committee named ..ill ,, that no other medicine 13 f'llI1d. In 1:
tLat is. a ewe*'r L'ttle. I-eonleaU! country : Sickly women can't understand this. j' four ; their gratitnie over 10.//))) American puiod. I lave bUn rut U; rut .'

jr.rt. UThe Jay when: ridia;; paK a sins!, They only know that thev are miserable, anl their efforts to be i serve The conference years. ratified the women have written letters commendi: mdicirlf fot tU rut two yeas, u: .(

. !' ant-tion I c i>id a young; oiina! with attractive are lAnguid and weak. j mendatlon made by Dr. TigertT, includ-recon'i, fag Wine cf Carclui. Wine of Cardci l-rouiht bu1th and strength t- Q .

K.t t3('s. ft 2 iiuu.ecse cable of bait Woman influence in the world is limited by her strength, and the :| ice circuses in the list of worldly nice!' their wants &J no lither medicine have also recamrrsndc4 It to a ca:" .

, r'-ichii._ altacst to bee belt aid e strength of health is real green;h. amusements that the church memberi d>e!. It suiatn3 the young' girl at t e 01 my frim'Jc ad they who eve ..
shock of hr to 9t"OIahoo-i.
!iiibe u *-jlI'h, trim cheek.Care She with was a peach st-di bloom; at. 'It brings with it beauty and grace and liveliness of disposition.To i i ship should not indulge: in. Women. who tare en ranee Vine of CardtIl have : speak. of. it in.xU h1lWt tlrr.1.. ins

tje lute lookir;? at us sold.ers: a,. > be a successful wife to retain the love and admiration of her j The publishing committee recommends ltt.e' leo' :brt during pregnancy and LJ t a IS weir' bcstwvc: _"

( ....!. We went into wuip near by husband, should be a woman's constant ,udy. If bhe would be all the i that the book agents of the line! rain at childbir.h. Srhea tb If yen are s f-rn: fr .

J. f i h.J: tort mctt I style away to find her may, she icuat guard well against the sir.ii d ill health. church discontinue the book selling chance. of lfe appear; they enter a 1I"eili"H V.e a.! far.: s,

\1: 1 ri e r.iutas a love affair whd I :, tegular and jxiinles* menstmti is dbaolutely netessarr.i : !i business as the church is s''a happy.hea.hvul.a: ,' ., E' erymnthit I.lMY'1ne.J.. rrea. ..
Y have
can ; :
I r l j..l-d; I.} I Umrtoiay mOl her.ltj The help ",!:Jell Lydia E. IMnkham' Vegetable Compound givesto loss from: that practice; also that come; to the rtecue to a3eit Nature 1n 'r'
{ 0:1" mw'.nirng n4' uc.e ca.rJ: we !L'. wom-rn wLn are attacked i r y any r',>r I.i :Lc .f-."- organism is i it is inexpedient to erect a new publishing throwing the ispanties from the t.::;. ...f'.I- : ir a.{.:rt. !f .

I..:> r. it :. ,d stornied at uje f-jr a yi.u:,* real, jicniuu: : _:: h l firs; It.'n-sa'uv: aiw.-, ?f'''' f t orcans and makes building at this time. The recommendation Im arata Finn;. ,of r....... ...!. ... o brt i.;,r tic tl.- '.

: .,:sots thr'-atf-nuig: that if I d.J U'n ':1I \ it jiossi..ue: f. ,: w ::.,4 t r- :.1.:1 tw:'..: ::.. a.u. _l. i ...:lty i
;: .p la's: : t."b business be w4" ..':.< Pinkliam adt i"'l'" omen who are ill free of eo...t. Address was returned after it looked as ifav'pton Club, ;f that city. steaks: f Ir r.m! !f ar i La'.,,3 :A .I sr I',,; ar''. '
} > > fritIIs when: sLe l-t'St."'rs '..e n .n -.. C:... '. .a:: :. ,
..' send mtbnme.. I rua.1f
: ru- i to' her at Lynn, 3Ia>s. Thuuviiuls use their health to her. was certain. Its fate is '':n. e

I L:... Lc.uld not break me W'J'.' certain when it again comes before toe

. ; I ,.Ls'' and I QuId! do as I 1.1 leaU i> I. c.tift:;!:(,E'. A 7 :
. I WINE of CARD VI ; f a :
11..' ::iitttT..rj: J'I Thi"jwlng:: annual yearly salaries!: _
.. "\'. wpI!." be said. "I will _., t. .r \ ... ., fixed
the committee
.' ) .. were by ersay -
the air' !. Tbee country j ;'>ple ar.t.oubt > _
j. f
.1'1 (r':> and were adopted:; : -- -
i -.=.. .. A
U;..':. Off. ( --0 ) '-I ..-. .
B.shoiis; U.I.IoJ. superannuated k shops
I kept a close wat'-b on his INO> I: .r.'kV .s'7.? ; ., 40 I $.'.-", widows 11.0",. THE NEW GROCERY STORE
r' L.JentJand when be called on n.j '.I.I!} .Lt;. ) ./... .H..._.! ._.....;. .I.'...w.> ""' .
"" The debate of the "
s ssln
].-.e I was in an adjoining: ro-r.u t.,ufalM ;J \ V'- .._-.!. ,,. ,..:.!. .4..J 1-.1. .:. c_ :: :: :::: :-: :: :: ::-:-: :-: :-: :-: -::-=-:-: =--=-=-=--:: -,
) y- ; was over the question of license
t by a curtain. There was a fl:' ,
\ II' :--'It t.< preachers and lasted for more thanan
ter abonr tbe boti1-*? as be role u;> T .;1 "t J ,
low..l by two orderlies, looking as .rrlc: :) I I h ur. The conference refused to MOVER
ma > the radical changes recommendM .
as if be w.-- about to encase t:.e eaeiay. ,
i II I ia the minority report. but adoptedthe Keeps a Complete, First-Class, Up-to-Date Stack

"Where is your d.111btH?" Le thus I maj-ir.fj1: report which considerably to te uwk little motber as LeitalkM tn --reae th> Jurisdiction and uis- of Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries.No. .

into tbe house to tbe of cret! ,n of the district conference.
I't 30 W. Government St.
L:* spurs and ttjp rattle of his! sw ,rd. Salisbury B'ock.'

"OX merit," cried tbel'Ir woi-ai' 3) BIG HAM IS CHOSEN. TKLKPHOM327

"tale tverytLing.! but do not; burn tae 1'AU't

f LfJUIt I it our only! home." Succeeds Dr. Barbee, of Nashville as

i 'Non: in.:cI'm not _omi to ban 'tI I Senior Book Avert ICE AND WOOD.

,;. j',u. I watt: to 5i*_k With your daugb Dal:..-. Ttx., May 24.-The elation
tt r." : IiI of connectional! officers absorbed the
Ih I <
far silver is in tbe well.! TJtet 'f interest of the delegates at >'ettrday'gsesswrs ;

< Oi':> irate us in praoe." I r-f the general conference of THIS .-. MMER THAN EVE" fEF( RE'

.. "My good wo:.>an do you n.' the Methodist! Episcopal (church south
I :, for a rot.l.Jfril I wish is to si- ak a SEND US YOUR ORDERS NC1" :
After the !larger questions of the war :: .
few words to your dau.'titer c .ctra1 -

.. .f tt'r.*,::-" nell, cvnetrnit,' .& j>rnur r"I' L'* laim and: :!election concluded of bishops interest had seemed be !ls'J"CHifuy Thompson, Olsen &: Co .

f dwindle! so far as the public was
"She is in there. Im't l.';n btptheral. r
I concerned but the election: of senior Manresa Street, Telephone 1'; ;,
SLe is WLL"fly
ouy a <: ,,
and junior book agents caused spirited - -
this: tame; my ferocious na ,. _. d Y -

d:..3irHl; that be bad to deal T it Contests.R ESTABLISHED IS63.
J Bgtam of Georgia, was !- ddrrt'nt k.' d of cn >rny from w L:. .. : -

had Irf-vn itu&ton.t-d tu. Ho t'\ .. tn succeed Dr. J. G. Barbie of
A Boston Woman's Experience Nashville Tenn.. as the senior book McKENZIE OERTING & CO.
i Lis iun ;tn<'!Le reruusj! as bf i"I'! ;' ,
into the ......IU. where be was coufroitd / D: aI:< f''VK'iiM f jratefm tc v >u for the benefit I agent and D. M. Smith the junior a: -DIALIig I.-s-
liy a d.laite.rl! of wventeHU t- r.1 ar c.-. : a"Ua-, TCI : I nag r< u> led with a compli- member of the firm of ITarl-ee & Smithwas 0
>n )* f--ai < trt-i. hai oarpaifui: at-tf irrepnlar menstruation.
\''''ii-l-1 u* an that yoU z; idlut of reacted as j.inor! book ae nt
leii-.irrie1!. err- O1 ntai aril wradnP> I had nI. appetite and could not Ship Chandlery and General Hardware
a nephew cf mine"I sip: n zhts Ta lei t even: w.u: 1 cause shortness of breath and dull ,, H. J[. Du!>os was selected: on the Srst

I had 'n tLe g nr-ral. advancing: at rav hips anl sile. The ixtTS all: advised tne to have an operation ballot for the position of general sec 80S AND 805 S. PA LAI OX ST11ELT.:
the LNtJI! Ls! tro->p3. suddctilyUroccLt : aa 1 hive one o'f mv jrar'.es rem'/ve1. bit this I could not bear to thick of. I r tary of the Epworth League anVZe.
np by an enemy in force hutllappiI.t T4, induced tj try Lydia K. IMukham's Vegetable Compound, and !itor of The Epworth Era. 1' ----A.GENCY

Now he was paralyzed at aftr twain? the first bule I was ranch improved. It renewed n.y appetite. i Dr. Lambutb was elPrtel missionary REVERE COPPER COMPANY. JOHN A. ROEBLINO'a ..ONS C t.' IGALV'AXIZED

facing a your ;irl. He pulled himself h-i'th and strength. I eontin'ie1 tan? it. alv' your Elood Purifier and retary with rrartleaI1- WIRE ROPE, A. RUSfsEL 4 HON'S PCMPr:
>iaV.ire Wail until'.r: ; o-jrel of all troubles The pains bare never op
tost'ti aud coctiaue-l his \olley of rat irnd aal my hea'.th: is spleal. !. Your soy remedies have been a boon to me '' position! It is thought that the con Cum' larIat edits, Bill, li.tictl Isitroniati, thrtt, iitkirt, \\iCOMPASSES. \\

words: an I am sure mans a woman owes her life tt them." MACIE WEBB, 314 ,: fer nre e:!'1 finish its brsicps anti ad LOGS. ETC.

"Tbe mat h is not to I.e thought of I'uabus: Ave, Bjstsa. Mass. March 13. 1>J1. Jnurn not later than Tuesday next C. McKenzie Oertin? Collect Agent for Bir Pilots' Benevoie- ,

My w-puow Is a young Co-I"-! \u othefr iii > TLe general f_!aere L His ucciy was and UHHUilitii-il finlnr fiiicnt.N Stock Market; Firm.

etandiua; with! Lt-r hands crod de other medicine hu" *.iuh a record of cures of female X-w York. May :24: .-R-htf from theatringcnt .

surely before L.m her eye bent oie > troubles this tithen ronditio..s of .
or Mich host. of trr.tteful friendIleineinber the: money market
'' door, lookin! ;; up occasionally at you KD to buy Lydia K. I'inkhaniS Vegetable Compound Las removed iressure on the stock The Star Laundry
i .e warrGr: to see if be were coins; to 1'
market: and it has been very firm ,
14n Ler trouh with his! bword Y.EwAiD.We nave .p.titeJ with the Xnior! Cty Bank cf Lynn t5t 4.
..h.1> w! tepateatv.ness.etaeadthat1: k atoye t ,timoLia! letter The Hepr-s sng elect: of the coal strike
Iy n<-.t.ew. I say," be started on $5 0 00 .1 not ;Kna.te. vr _:j r..' .i.Lr.! b-fjre obuinii! the .riter'i .e.-Ial l prnuMon Eas been offset by the proeras: of th
... Biggest Busiest Best !
again ;8 uothin:; but a boy with- Lrdik E. 1'iokbkm Medlcin ('o" LY"-I. ,
growing crops, the extraordinary aotiv
with confounded good taste the young
rascal! :" ity of the iron and steel trade, the s'is

I leaving trade n faJuein a direct etiii; '*. but t.ef'.re Lc C'.ulJ) dS". L s l.r j' The l.alrnt Intaranre. taned: level of railroad earnings ab 1\'>>

be : eralsttI: Lirgh-n....', .-.. .; last j ear's high level and the marked
attack fonc.'ud to attempt to accomplish ": t : It is u n h(,""!'": insure at Lloyd's
L.s: I'n.lIy stratagem.; kxiK.'ig; him (;'I1lr.o; m t... f, i '. s..d i.- ... ,r Ti. r skIf Fiiaiijmx! breakingo improvement reported in the copper \\re Gather Cp p TUli.I;! !!

"My dear chi:.}." be said! "thi-re area ;ell'ral. juU i:.a:. tell:: 1..1: :.t ;; '.: I t.w: :j'U3' (oil t.tUer sde of you- trade.

great u.un- reasons why yoj should ffe. I atu a \&JT cuu: trig :g.r: :. lit it t.: e ida tn.-.p', of course, tu protect tLtsLnd I j+'A ?r. From all r.t .
toe a cood little! }:.rl and give up this Lear to a L rtune.u cut sL-i!! t\ er a>- ji.ra.ii: c'\{.rnsr Tirred b y parts : -

ilj boy who La'.n't seaw eu.Kuh i to keep say t'.U! 1"j j tenp; ,,-:!r}' rtcioul. The rlh.'Is a minimum STEAMSHIPS.SJ > t r,, Our delivery men wilt; .- .
of ambu of id.ots.; :>!1..o burst into tears. |,
1j out an Now cf lu shiiilLss: : [tt-r cent fur ttui
. l what I want you to do Is to promise"TLa A sooner of lula'ts: is not a territdcthin year the risk, of course, exiending oeran -'" -- ......,.. .....,. s i where, at allY time! -

fJl'ral tol'fItl. "tall ...L The ; to an old soldier, because be bus !indefinite nuraU-r of Write
ftci/le. One *i.> >i.J5 >'-. X 4SC tU It or telephone u? *:.J w
girl lcxjk,d up at hrn! as much as to become accustomed to them but s' brokir.o was in this business from

ask "What is it you wish nie to prom shower tf tears is quite! a diSTtretirnatttr. the tart has bleu dong: Lardy! anything { AN OCEAN TRIP dear to serve you t-ttt-r .
ise'/ The general: was thrown into
I she! fur the last tea days, and other
Laundry .
"He will beery rich" pursued the a panic. His infantry was In cf>nfu. who cal;
; many lit first laughed at the whole! { To NEW YORK BOSTON
!! general I. ';nJ you. <>f course, will: gel stun; bis: guns were spiked; L:!! army: thinj are now cooing into the market.London i A.ND ALL V

I well, you are not rich you kn The cental halted to .bri.'i. ui> LK the great horn f. jon." he mutter ted es. I EASTERN RESORTS )< ALL WORK C. 0. D. Mi(! csllfi for til EfiiTt : :

I "what sort of d:=j7aceful fix is Dangerous if Neglected. i. Vim TELEPHONE
I Don't Start Wrong. this? l ry your tears, little: one. Thai Burn?, cat and other wound i Th. SQ \\ \IU k 27 GARDEN ST-

,I Don't start the summer with a scapegrace ii-a't good enouch for you j often fail to heal properly if WALKER
h but It you want him you shall! have bin. neglected ,, { OCEAN: STEAMSHIP COMPANY: \ INGRAHAM Manager.
lingering cou! or cold We :ill and become troublesome ,
.' ; sore. L vVKA" E' Si
and unmarried in bri J < IB i Kt-E E
every man
t c.y
know what a *UJ11ttlpr c.I.j"! M. It'stbe DeWitt'Witch .
Hazel '
"' Salve prevents JO Hours of Ocean Breeze -- -----
tuot. > --
hardest tied ti> cure. Often it Lade to j such y

"bac' nil through the eutir, H.?. lie seized l-oth the "little: one's' : where dl< y has consequences.a;;:ravated the Even in- 1 A Sailings each WeeK f Foley's Kidney Cure

eon. Take i' in hand right noA hands in wbich her face was buried jnry DeWitt'* Witch Hazel Salve', from Savannah. Ga. KIDNEY DISEASES
few doses; ; of Die Minute Cough Cure and pulling: them away drew !her toward etltc:* a cure. "I had a running 1 ff nukes kidneys and bla&tf rizb.

will set you rl!?ht. Sure cure for him, and her head rested agalnsl *ore on my lee thirty years," says I|I :t ...TSrteat I'".. I""" M.. ...rT.' I:..v. !.''"p'iar atir Lire-fn-'it.r,, at .ov.
. coughs, colds, croup (grip, bronchitis his breast I H. C. Hartly. Yankeetown Ind.I a.:'-...,,..! .... IioIO'" I_.' ,. all In. '! a. 1g. Society, Attennon
throat and trouble --.t tn.'u
Abeolntely 7
: lung -General.l I gali stepping out fronr. After using many: remedies, I tried ,, ...,.. n ra. .:'''i. *n-.:....h _r.J s.. _., .f JTTC .
: ... ... .
afe.; Acts at once Children DsWitt's Witch Hazel calve sr .&:&1.FOLEY". There will be a regular meet: -
A few -
, the curtain, "if I were In corcmaiH: .1..rr."O -
; like it.One Minute Cough boxes! healed the roc, ;.; + un.n.u. J the Pensacola
sore. Cures i Medical : :
all Hocie' +
and were a subordinate I'd break ....., :
Cure is the bet couh medicine I you : skin II> tre To .
disease. Piles yield to it at a e .. ..... '-'tlac..... P.-I.. Wf I the Board of Health office -:
ever ued'T ;says J. }I. Bowles. you for a poltroon and a coward un .. ... IwiittiIElsl
unce. Beware .
of It. T"01 .. 3'clock
counterfeits. Hari J/ .w.n. 1( | >w*!> : p.m. Tuesday 27
Oroveton, X. H. "I never found able to stand up against a chit of aglrL" ris'i Pharmacy John Sheppard, 6idneyKahn. ., ..ill.rM>iii... brGENERAL ....1 It..1. "',...a."" Ida J..i Visiting physicians May are! cord :

I ,: anything eUe that acted oo safely I, t"t:: W"'W"'J !noted to attend.:
y, and quickly. HargiV Pharmacy, Without: a word he stalked out of; -__ --- --- -- or motuf refunded. Cot talne DR. E. F. BP.< E
John Sheppard, Sidney Kibn. the room. mounted his torsa: and rod Paints, oils, glass and : rcnudlu I Pres..:
back to camp. \builders' hardware FRENCH SCHEDULE rtcopilied br cxni DR. W. C. DKWBERV,
i at the ,
I OPERA HOUSE A few: days after ny cncle's visit! we \ Willis Hardware Co.'s.CASTORIA :1 Following ia -the schedule of the DInt phyiickns u the best lot I n25ttf Secretary

fought a battle. I was wounded taker Kidnar and Bladder troublo.W.
government steamer General French .
; to the house of my little love and .
Wednesday, May 28. nursed by hex. This forever settled the which THE!: NEWS prints; for the Mr ... ..... NOTICE FOR BIDs.

matter. benefit of the merchants who ship W. A. D'ALKMBERTE.IMWAKPBR. Rids for building a bridge arm" f
Barren Creek near Hard* mill w.:, b
Ben DunhamTHE ... ;IflOSLLB KENT WATEBilAN. For lafantj and Chf dre their goods to the various army"" : ceired by the.eambia Board conntr of County>la.(,HIcsuoni aitionertof -

The man who owns his Own hoe ,, Die Kind Yen Hare Always BosgH I I' posts Leave: Penucola.._._._._._ rim.. m.l I of Circuit can had by All applying bids tobefi.tbeclerk to ILc.-- : e. .
WORLD-FAMED ACROBAT. insures himself against lots of! Leaves Barranea.. -.. ._._. .._._ T:50 a. m. not later tb li of County rommm.
: m.of June 4th If
trouble and worry. Nobody can i Bears the t! Leaves Leaves Pickens BarraDcal__.. .. .__._ *jo a, m. Jf1 By order Board of County Commit "

raise his rent, and the rent day has I &p..tueorJJ"'ater Let set Fenicol_,____ ._JO:13 SIS a.a. m m. A. 55. MCMIL: A',.
.. THE BEAUTIFUL DOUBLE no terrors for him. Its easy: to own Arrive Barrancat 11:10 a. m. add then ml5oa.lw Clerk Circuit t: -
By B.
U. Barton.
a home nOWa-day3. Thos. C. nuke a trip to Fort XcRee and tbell r.. awl :
I tarns to Barranca. ., .
: Sextette and Solos. Watson & Co. can tell you how coolers that do not Leave Barranca___ 1:15 p, m.
easy: it i!. Call: and !see them. Leave Pickens.-.___ _______ :: p.m. I BARRANCAsFLORID.'
t waste ice, at the Willis Leave Pentaeola _._._?_____ 4 Jto p. m. FORT .
r '' I.I.HlDWlFERY. Leaves Picken -. 5:15 p. m. 29,1902.- receive ova
AND Hardware Co.'s.CHEW Arrive* Barranca 53) p. m. and Bake KENTUCKY In triplicate, will be n- .

= PBOF. L O'L CHAFFERS' BAND. The undersigned take this method trip to McBee and return. 11:30 a. m., May 2S, 1902, fIr -

of offering; her services as a NOX1CKH. On Wednesdays Saturdays the WHISKEY stroctlnz, plumbing and electric win
I Ilirat-class! licensed midwife hav- NEITHER the boat .iillea1'8 Barrancas via Pick- -- ? set : .U. 8.0. Quarters, here. .

; For the Benefit of the P. A. C. i ins had 35 years experience. _(era nor Consignee captaln.OWD Of tie- ens for Pen.acola at 6:30 p. in. 't 8. reserve right to reject or act or all ther
Can fire best of refereLces from Norwegtan! II Fane w1U be any proposals or any part
Certain will Bi.e at 3:15: Sharp. leading physicians of this lid responsible for debts Co.trac'" The General French 13 for army t of. Information famished on ape.
> city. br the crew of said veuel.PeasaolaLumberCB only and outsider .
MRS. M. purposes any mast cation. Envelopes containing pro
: Tickets: 50 and 75c. Jltf Hi South DeVilUers OIDDEKB.St. R.lI tkCaptain. bare a pass from the quartermastero posals should be marked "Proro :u'
Consignee 3j take passage her for W t.
: -- : ( 801111 Daalcr Bres. Construction, addressed
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Millions Borrowed On Estate of Fictitious ,I

May 24.-Surrounded :.
IEALTH with great secrecy application is said "
Lump of the Mineral TelU It. In- 1 ,tCll to have been made before United

tereitlDg Million Year UUtory Ina States Commissioner Shields in this

; Few "'ord'Vond."Dl Proc city by French Consul Bruwaelt for
The general health of
$ r en of Evolution. a extradition
papers bearing the
\l\\\ woman is inseparably related upon "'

Your life to mine is as a second to a to the local womanly names of the participants in the recent for Infants and Children.
health. When the deli enormous alleged HumbertCrawfordswindles
thousand years. I will let you know cate womanly organism in Paris and London by Catorin is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric -.

that in my time I have seen such sights is diseased, the body losespumpll.ess which the perpetrators are alleged tohave Drops mill Soothiuff Syrups. It is Pleasant.<< It ,i

as would make you gasp In astonish the cheeks lose netted contains neither Opium, 'l\Iorlbine nor other Narcotic ;

meat Once, !in untold their roses, and a nervous nearly $12.000,000.I substance. It destroys Worms and allays Feverfelmess.It .
ages past long and fretful condition be- I I its inception the plot to borrow cures Diarrlm aid Wind Colic. It relieves Teethinjr -

before man had appeared on this old comes habitual. money on the estate of a fictitious Troubles and cures Constipation. It regulates the
| world, 1 was alive. Yes the dirty old Thousands of sick women New York millionaire was one of the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural bleep. 01.

,, piece of coal was a living thing 1n those who have been cured of boldest on rfi.ord. Its operation extended The Children's lallacca-The Mother's Friend.

!|. dim. distant ages.: A thing of beauty, \ diseases peculiar to the over a period of 20 years, durIng *
too-a thins to be admired. I was a I sex Pierce's by Favorite the use of Dr. which time those participating The Kind You Have Always Bough :'

fern. Not such a paltry thing as you I' tion have testified Prescrip-to the lived in such a !lavish 'manner that Bears the Signature of
Price of Suffering. decorate homes with and I
At the your In
restoration of the general it is not believed they carried away !
|, little earthenware affairs. Sly trunk I I health when the local
n'r way to semi-invalUisnj j j jn disease much of their gains.
Ln"y suffers much pain i j i alone measured five feet across. was cured."Favorite .
I! Yet I was nothing out of the ;
:::,.ts her to suffer alone ordinary. Prescription"
n-t:..un iu the dark as to I j In those days there were many little establishes regularity dries Weekly Bank StatementNew

n.otherhood. : plants forty feet or so in height Ev- unhealthy drains, heals inflammation York May 2}.-The statementof

'\ ,Ihr' I'rienJ takes the doctor's I.I cry bit of coal ;yon toss about in such l/ i and ulceration the associated banks for the week + I

':'as no cause fur an inter. ,' heedless fashion once was a living i V and cures female weakness. ended today shows: Loans $874,643-- In Use For Over 30 Years.

cr own doctor, and betted. plant-a plant which grew and flour-I I IIsbell. "I four bottles of Favorite 300, decrease $$8,54G,6 0; deposits we r"TlU" eo. ."". .... .u"..... .T"UT, ...TOU em.
Daily application Prescription' aiU cue of ....d
.. : abdomen throughout : even as your plants of today ,': 'Golden Medical Li covery,' 'write Mr. llI $131.731.000; decrease $4.410900; circulation II I
and I! met I J. 'hearer of Mmmtnope. Lancaster Co. $31.170,800, decrease $102,400 -- !
t ible: her to undergo then grow fi urish. But In these degenerate 1'a "and can sap that 1 nut cured of that dreaded ;
in a cheerful moodMother's '!'I I than e\er before. h\er\one who knows me i> 753,000 TIeBet
art./c.l. little specie $171,123000 increase
'D :: thins. Plants were plants in : ,
surprised to see me look !'o well. In June.when
,: those days. We had no petted and I wrote to "011, I was so poor in health that attunes $3.097,2dO( : reserve $247,239,200, in. OON8ERYATORY ij [ I r ijf MUSIC
Friend I could not wall."ou answered letter .
!! my
| pampered ferns We had no houses of I and told! me what to do. I followed vour crease $$4.S32,2'; reserve required ,

i I glass artificially! kept warm so 'that !i''advice, and loda811I '.'1,1. 1 tell evmbody $232,937,700 decrease $1,102,723; ; surplus
tot external use only. It that with Cod help !Jr. ISerce's medicine E. O'L CHAFFERS Dirtctcr
bameful if the sacrifice the poor little dears shouldn't get COJd.1 ,cured me. If these few words are of any use to 14,301,450:: increase $3,934,923.: : W'IISley
'e to the success- : Those were the days of real I II ;jou. you are welcome to use them. They might *
necessary help vane other "
poor woman.
healthy ferns free from all newfanglednonsense .
thy cliiMren. All -
women i I
I Piano, Voice Culture, Violin, Pipe
Dr. Pierce's .
Common Sense :Medical Kxtennatlon.VisitorThai
about fertilizers and soils and
mothers med send i
only | i! Adviser 1008 OreMn,Comet, Maudolin, Guitar, And tne Rest Liquors
large in covers tainting Is .
and for Tt.'o secure the aspects and such childish weaknesses. I paper by an old Cello of all kinds served
etc. by
sent fife on receipt of 21 one- master I see.
4 remedy. Healthy babies't In those early days the earth was not Polite and Courteous
', i'inj; !..ther's'rrien'!. as it is today. It was hotter for it'j', ,cent stamps Address, to pay expense of mailing M rs. M eShoddie(:Jpolo et1calJy--e-g AI*o Director Penacola Concert AtteLdauts.
: only. Dr. R. V. Fierce Buffalo
:lot her huod" mailed free. but the frame
is new.-Xew York Week Baal and Elite Orchestra.
I had cooled from a globe. of molten rock. | \. \.
,1 ,C4 !, i' i
Its atmosphere was heavy with warm Brass and Music Furnished ,
-- vapors; close and oppressive, you would I ii --- ------- ---- --- ----.1.1Tunn I I Know One Snre Kemetlyfcr FIKE BBiLIIT. '
N f r. p. ':1:111: but it suited I ill Occasions.
( Just us, as we grew j an obetinuta cold. Iu name I U PynvKMGHT a.aDI
Po and Ten making
and luxuriated in it. The earth's crust i I Address : cambia Hotel. DANNHEISSER BROS.
There is but of making tea, i
was thin and homed about gradually '!, for cue way I I Sin !!*, ATTKMIOX; Studio : Parlors) of Fit Baptist AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED '

raising vast continents from the lad of i| Vnlpe the Crater boiling I.e I| Regular conclave of hurch.Th'II I I. WI Earner Whiskey.I .
the and dragging others I
sea slowly To pour OR water 11\1i the tea. I I I I
Co..ur da Leon
CommalI :M ain House-401 Palafox; street.
into the It tunic of I I
deep ocean. was a The tPill.ot itsp'.f! should be heated
I dery No. 1
Knights I
I. R. R. Exchange-Opp. Union Depot.
vast changes. I very hot before the tea Is placed! in it Templar, at b:00 p. m. I P. O. Box 2J1. Penacola f"Ja.PhClIM .
1 crew on the muddy banks of a great : and the boiling water poured em. It !I Monday, lay '.'(U.I 116-21:8.::

pool! of water, which was fed by sluggish -j:P should be scalding hot water, or the i I Sojourning-5ir: Knights tiny'aiisules src superior) -- ---

streams and bordered by mull I i j leaves will float to the top. are courteously invited to Balsam of .Copaiba. There's lots of money to De madein

strous ref>\ls. On the other side stretchj j No less authority than Tung Po thf''I HARRY W. OIKBSJ, Csbrlg and Injections. 8( real estate-lots of it. A real estate -

ed a vast swamp and a dark forest of i Chinese! poet! Is: quoted for U recipe for I II GusEiTZEx, Recorder. They cure in 48 Lours tttfin sign i il usually a fin er.board to

tangled \.(.;.:etati n. IVr hundreds! of tmmaLing., lIe says: "Whenever tea E. C. .",o,' .j uee'sau ;itl1lt any in"l'D,) wealth. Thos. C. Watson &

miles there was no break to this forest'1 Is to bo infused take water from a running :1'tI. e. so. ney OPUGGISTS Co., the leading Heal Estate firm
I have some offers which it wouldbe
beyond a few bogs and pools of brackish ; stream and boil it over a Ih.t'lyfire. worth your while consider Go

water. The sun shone hot upon nJ!'. wino It is an old custom to use running
I !and see them to-day, and don't wait
wonder I grew well in this humid : water boiied!! over a lively fire. Thai'I % Every till to-morrow.

atmosphere. Then there were frightful from springs in the hills is said to be I Iatntereetedandellooldknew -----
: l V T
buul the wonderful
> ttorms when mighty trees were flung: best and river water the next, while I 1741 Shceel.laJ t' MREL ftOTlCK.
I rlL' Whirling Spray
i down and swept by floods to the bottom well water is the wor!:t. .\ lively tire I : Aenue ti. 7Lenewtaladel (pre. I have been authorized to take I
: flr"I: :d! Sou-Patlwr, 1 Lave k ? I. ,.
a before it sad :erb.a. IiPet-If.
of the This had on sabscriptione for \Vm.
,. pool gone Is a clear, bright charcoal fire. Whenmaking :1- eat-Hon ('oneenren( JenningsBryan's
:I : :" 1 appeared nl.JoTou1I; it went an Infusion, do not boll the water 1I \ .',(1. ? wu,, paper, "The Commoner.'
I t-
itlier \\ 'lat: I 'unfu>iud )ou. have The result that thee ,I WSSNtGTO% A.. ," The price is fl.OO per year in ad
on sues; after. was |i too hastily. At first It brglns tcjI I joiKb" 4..1. 'r1l. 'to..
(Pt lieen I'XPI'U..i\'l' enough to utu l. fir ra nut eoWly 11.08 vance. Those desiring the
bottom of the pool was si mass of fallen I II sparkle! like crabs' eyes, then somewhat|I" .. "\K1(1.., ac..I nu .. papercan
adding the cost of a funeralVoiJd. / ::,} <- ..... Clhrr.bul""nd'ldltlprorl1. :\ #- have it pent to them by seeding
;- "
I) tm'>. The Lewly felled trees pressedon like ti :h's and it l !ils! I 'III, ,I' N ..
1 \ I eyes lastly *> up I : ":: ..-. "' i-'C- 1 lui'ntM Inuk- l d.U.i(tee (' $l.OOto the undersigned
'11'10 the bottom ones and after thousands and 11:l.iJk :::.{; .:;.---1' fuil (unifulaniaiiilMirp*iirnfln- / I
like Innumerable
pearls Bringing I
I I yawthltltq,1 tdesM.kKkE4l'o.. ..,....... H. M. ROCHE, ;
of years the water the mud the waving about 'This Is the way to boil I'' Koom 3'c Times lililg, New,Yorn. Care Daily News.
ircar.irrli in tliis -
eciMiintiy -
: teat ant the turned the
pressure water. I Feb. 18 1901
than nil othf"S tnichty tells of vegetable matter into ,
A tfnspoonful of tea for two cups
'..." Tli'-r, ami until tin. lInt c-l!t coal.I.i A. R. Bremer Co. ,
you : with one for the pot, is the rule THE GARDEN SECTION 1
wa> "l1l'l"I;fii tn be1 ill- i ;
In the dense forest it was somewhat
: a great --jr Chicago.
many y
Tries thrown down ,
i iiie same. were ;,
"need it a lue-jl tI li i."I' i.- A o-OF-o I
hurricanes, fresh and fell REVELATION.If Gentlemen have
"t'd local reniEdiutly ,'-, : by ; ones grew
failing to cure b ypronounced I victims to storms. So it went on for you will make inquiry it will 1 used coke Dandruff Fensacola Florida
.: it its. Iluu; c.nturil'until the last forest grew a revelation to you how many ,
i Miccumb to kidney or bladder Cure for the past ha- proven eia- on the toil of a great thickness of buri

."I\-titlitioll1allli'nir..,'UII..titUtilll1:1-t--I'I, i led trees ferns and mosses. Amid tills : troubles If the patient in one i form not beyond or another medical ;1 year and found it an Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus. ::1

'I exuberant n'Nntioi're many fan- : aid, Foley's Kidney Cure will i excellent prepara-

M 11"C'1hrrh. F',1 ('h"u.\\ &( (111'1''II.,, I' tactic and uncouth animals Hound cur>. It never diappoints.V.. A. I tion. Beautiful Lots for Sale. ii ii'i'1

: ii<- oily coU'titti-1 i i abut me they made the forest resound D'Aletnberte,121 B.; Palafox street.
with their hidfuas 'i
be-llovings. They
\ \' ; i d' di ni.itk>-f'4 from. It loI'lnl. i iin i-I were so strangely] shaped that I could : ol. B T CI nJ.A.:: :fLr 40x137 feet at from $76 to $200 each, accord-

.' ''' !. It at'ti iliThey i.I i- I' cot well diseribe them to you."rn Sears tie ,1 l&B Kind YOU Hate AluavS Bd;, ." ing to location and surroundings.

..I 111111111'; ,:111'- I some of the flies had wings half a foot Signature! Jf _' ,:

.... ofI T one Ions; from tip! to Up. of '-& EtcepilJrtrtllGarl Neighborhood, Beautiful View !
.1! .air e.J-e it failticiilars !- I One day I uw a commotion In the
-:: and te," from Everybody hail a right to a little High, Dry Fertile Lands. i
midst of the lake far awny me. .
t \ t. '_. piece of this earth. But they must W. A. D'Aleniberte'3.
.1 ( IIKNKY: & (.',)., The bed rose up and belched forth fl}{ht for it. They mi.;l watch their : The grandest opportunity for investment
Toledo, Ohio. steam and ashes and molten rock. In chance ti get it, and get it. ever

.' the years that} followed the fluid rock cffered in Pensacola.
j.1. -;" i Thos. C Watson & Co It's
ro'ifd! down the! sides of the volcano I a Mistake !II
have :
\\.1.! It" I into the water below. Mighty clouds offer some just particularly now, and flue they bargainto invite-* l Home Seekers Should See These Lots.

Uii'-ia.' ; says our :I i I of steam arose, and as the vapor conj i you to come and investigate same

1 i- ." fnmilinrlyt !'!: drnsed It fell upon us as warm rain. '' You will never regret having done; I First-Class Western Beef Is
i i I This is why I grew so well and why 3o. I ClllTDTDS :
!- -; .
i.t of Hus- .
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\' 'h cou-r 4ij.4S.OX)) ;I,I vegetation around me was so rank- : -- ------ --" Not 25 Cents a Pound.

'I i .'//.1 <)f the entire area ly luxuriant i STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE I Corner Garden and Alcaniz Streets.
I sifter the land began to I i
i -.auc: fear 13 felt Many_ years .
I Look at our Prices :
If went slowly
'. sink! Slowly ;
III' !'v !defmested Between .'t>I>.,al'ola suet Milton Boat F. C. KKEXT. WM H KNOWLta, W. K. .
.. 1!I the water closed over our heads until I Last year. Now HYKK JR., J H, REEt3$! .
--ne!:s of private '' under Harm' Daily E11't>Sunday. I Extra Loin ... ..15c to ISc 20c President. Vlce-Pres.dent. Cashier Ass't Cashier,
"imiient is consid- I' nil the mighty forests were deep Round ...... ..... ... 15c loc
"..: of the the sea. Thus we stopped for count- II | "CITY OF TAMPA." i Brisket and Chuck.82 lOc ',

: ," i '. i built of I !iris years and n heavy bed of sand acI I I Rib Roast .. ... .. .. loc Ibs

t' 'i I wood are alrajst any i i,I cumulated above us. Then Just as. Lv Milton__ ft::
!, :i'ie cities, and woodi I slowly! we arose until we formed avast Fare, Wta; Round trlpJlim. I' Considering quality, above prices
i elevated land. Then came other I than in
i r "l'.ptI| fuel.UELIMUISDANG'ROUS.. are cheaper any other city of ,
forests-trees whose limbs were tangled : this size in the country.
-- OF PENSACOLA. FLA.z3ZJFi.aorron.iBi I
': I ;: with enormous festoons and garlands -: LODGE DIRECTORY We do have to pay more for our .

I J of strange climbing plants. Terrible meats and have to charge more :

.'LIU j jir< the kidneys I thunderstorms alone broke the silence i than formerly, but it isn't our fault,
w '.'t :, solitudes and we are selling as low as we possibly WM. H. KNOWLE8, W. A. BLOTJNT F. C. BRENT ff. K. HYER. JB
iu place in the body I of these wooded save KNIGHTS OF PYTHIA8Pt'nllacola can.
D. O.
.. :t't.ichnienK This t is : when some mighty fern crashed to the BRENT
a travelers, trainmen I I, ground or when the wind tore down : Lodge!, No. 3. K. of 1'.. PARLOR MARKET

1\ x'i-.''v in. much tt'amt'B ome i-ulfer form.aud fn F n'l m- I:'1!,: the young: So swamps.;all branches went on aud anew hurled as of them old into and ',',' r meets in tug Building the at every OJ:"'third Kloont' at Monday Castle floor.- Wattoi eves Hall Phone 173. Jnu. S. Hell & Son, *. r riLi lld Daiit lac laql a B Boy At h ad li.We .

'v 'ure strengthens tl e twlow'till' Visiting brethren cordial:
continent yank once tiiore
'1 -.ire''* all form* of kh the | welcomed. ,
.i.Jder dl"f>:le. (}eo. N-. waters of tinocean, taking with I It j jI M.CAHPBILL, draw our own Bills of Exchange on Great Britain Irelan

t.H : motive ..u inf'er. lama, I! the bed lot buried verdure Vet again : H. HORBLIB K. R.. h, e.a' C.I WING HOP l CO. Germany, France, Austria, Italy, Holland Bpaln, Belgium, Rnggla, Nor
'l'olltlnt'ihratiou i.f I|lit rose ui.d again! it sank. So layer ij & way Sweden, Denmark and other European countries

:tu-ed me a great d/o Ii| tipo-i hiyer of plants and of sand 'I' 1

wit'i. ', HIT kidneys and I fjruirtl-vast layers which took : ACENTS WANTED. 'Vessels Disbursed upon the MOB FaTorable Terms, and theii '

R until I u-ed Foley's tit'th'1! :kable to form-until there was I I I Importers and Dealers In- Obligations Taken Payable at Port of estmaHon Ten or Fifteen Darl I

\\'. A. D'Alemberte, d'! -itu; tJf lO.OtiOfcetof hard baked wood LIFE OF T. DEWITT TALMAGE, by his after Vessel Arrives thet

N -treet.It fi.iland.: of coal and dirt Look at' eon, RKV. KUASK HEWITT TALMAOK Chinese and Japanese
'' editors of Christian Herald. 1'Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent in Connection i
and associate! j
and will find that you can
Foley's '1 endorsed Talmage family.: Fancy Goods with which we hare a PriT
Honey and Tar .v my markings. In every pit you Only book by of Renter Apartment for the UI. j
Enormous prodieforagents who act quick-
f.olds Hut hundreds! of delicate fern
prents pneumoniaTOBACCO 1".OUlfit ten cents. Write Immediately FINE CHINA TEAS, 1
.*:1'.1'' gad! mosses as perfect as wJien i:
CLARK 4 CO 222 S. 4th St., Philadel- 31 South Palifox St.

_D 0 N T SMOKE SPIT I.. :1 the le."u frag.le fronds eau! Sloe so even beautifully the'veins press of, i:,'phis, pa. Mention this pap",r. ageodlm I Laundry Office.. Pensacola, Fla. WE WILL FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE!

p'. YourLifeawaylr" ed are they. Dirty, old coal indeed!
". r '( any form of tobacco using It was the sun which made me I 1 WriM t - well, strong, magnetic; full of i REMOVAL NOTICE. r Tome Innmrauat.. nrakpue RZAD THE LETTERS
absorbed his rays then. When you wdmium- hat '-Dt.hOr&-
tram our ...
ti 'K >r by taking HO-TO-BAO, we ,1ye for lallunr pilroot
wok burn I them back again. I be conTiDcxi lilat r..
: nieu strong. Many Ram me. give otuau.ta Werivetoab .
11 ten Jars. Over aDo, ODD am a mass of bottled sunshine. Do you Dr. G. H. Tuttle 11*'' 1 5 I pnrrhairr of t hot o; ,-<..? n d Un Rluble( with t huiue.Btirroi tborougUj -.
J, in ('"'.!5. Cure Kuaran I "d. Boot : f ; |p W P| | I or ho-tle of Perfume tbeir ,
JItEy'd.Jr realize that tbe fire watch Is the I ctaou-e! "some of the handeomf.mPfOunm.lolbeatark.C- ..
klk. *5 STKRWNGSe you t
\.J Chicago: or ; York. 437 sunshine which blazed In those solemn Dr. J. G. Heard, 4i m".are,Oloahare. Ku.... Routing tamps,Pun KruelcU Cato: I I :!
I hates and other beautiful pnwnM. To '
forests (Innumerable ages ago? It is no tp &burn&who..lilowYil boiet of Soap :

L:. i'alnn from he otthern Wood flight of fancy to say that I am bottled TotlobileSatatdaynight, Jane 14, DENTISTS. &oJ we give M-bdal.autifnidefnra.da"a 6t-Plr e Met-not a.

'tSa..!cerum CUM foe couitf,. sunshine; it is a fact leavmtr the union depot at 10:30 p. .,.-r. pwdtrc.d.foil: .' train will leave Mo- Itoonic Temple with HIT duhM.sad oereec. NealeogmCoacheeIioreere.wrJp'aSoymoedN.w,1 .
Educate m. Returning, fining Room (hair,. l'ODIn Ttblea.
Bowels. The Teacher Was Hot Slow."Ha. I bile I at 12 o'clock Sunday night, All branches of Surgical Operative and OOB.Mm LULU BLSAW.rwwj. : {rork_ .Cnruim.tatihn.Irair.arr, VwinR. knives Machine and,
wens be 1'June 15. Fare for the round trip Mechanical> performed with technical Na1JnaetLtL ()IUo. HauollummsmYetr. I'UIIIAIIf&
trained well
can as bft:" laughed Willie. "1 chucked : and skill. eee.ed.16-t1a yMr e.nowr..n all erred Wfl allow a very liberal rouimi. I
: .50. from Cantonment Century wen pMottI! '" ..
1h ks .
t" .clcs or your brain. Cas- a bannner skin In front of de teacher." 'I" Pensacola. For further information tlpeclal attention given to Children! a rkaM.lamp... ii ELiTCni. ..o.--eol'. .!S, S1'y- 'oulsday..meinwhich? l.omon.yrpnurd, ,
nd lv same as Teethuold and Porcelain jtya.-+, I. mow tyreyL..d with ,lie to deliT" till
Cathartic Fillings, Crown IIOOds and roiled
train .
b yourright "I don't see any Joke In that spokeup apply to and Bridge Wort Yea A(; .:. U1TClWiG8. moony bdoroo paying... ).." 'day.lour

f Genuine tablets his mother. ROBT. KINO or Best Material; Competent Equipment SALVONA SOAP CO. Cnr. 12th & Pine St&
C. C. Never sold i in "Don't you? Well be tumbled til PYTERTHOMAS.Excursion ST.,. LOUIS MO.

'. druggists, IDC. right all right"Philadelphia BeconL Managers Telephone No. 678.

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, ':25z,25 rSZ5atasa +sa sU luncheon was served. The party re- !' WON'T FOLLOW ADVICE AFTEK ASTONISHINGLY
turned to the city at 10 o'clock.Mr. COSTON DECLARES j
I In a recent article a prominent f
soct TY Vg Ta and Mrs. J. D. C. Newton of physician says, "It U next to Impossible ,,

Milton are in the city today. FOR MALLORY for the physician to get his patients $ VALUES !
I to carry out any prescribed .
) Miss Maggie Aymard cf Milton ,I -- j course of hygiene or diet to the
lND. PERSOSALS joined her mother wto is visiting smallest extent; he has but one re-
The following communications are : sort left, namely, the drug treat-
last ui ht. CHILDREN
Mrs. A. B. Langley, ; j ON SHOES
a ment." When medicines are used \
): 3SZi : self-explanatory: :
the most ,
If. Invitations are out for the wedding' for chronic constipation

f. J. H. Fuller, Jr., is among the visitors (j of Miss Allie McDavid of Chumuckla !' May 2 3, 1902.Mr. mild Chamberlain's and gentle Stomach obtainable and, such Liver as !i' READ THE LIST OF PRICES AND YOU WILL AGREE

Phil. Caro of this city. W. M. Ball Business M'g'r. -Pensacola I'
and Mr.
fi here today. : Fla. Tablets should be employed. Their'
Daily sews Pensacola
Run to Mr. and Mrs Max J.I I After the commencenieut exercisesat use is not followed by constipation ;;

!: Kahn: a daughter this morning.; i i'f Meux's: Business College, Prof. find Dear a copy Sir-of Enclosed a letter you written will please by me :I as ral they and leave healthy the condition.bowel in For a natu-sale';; SI I .50 Mi'.e5' Cross Strap Sandals, H'2to2. Si I .On

+ W. B. S. Crichlow will return to by all druggists and medicine deal. j;
Nisi Mamie Smith is now the'
:; guest of )Ii.. McMillan at Pine Bar Bowling Green,Ky., on a visit and in response to an inquiry contained,I ers. ] j $1.50 I i"e3l--Bu"OQFedora'1ltato2. $105 I
In the "Pensacola Journal" of the I.
f will then go to Harvard: University
for the summer. 25tb inst. As your paper contained ,; '
1' The Misses Griffin' dincing class I $1 150 )Iisse:! I.btrap Sandals, IP2 to 2. $1.05 I

I will meet at St. Joseph's hall: to- + Rev. and Mrs. Geo. W. Carpenter : the! same inquiry, I take the libertyof : NEXT TUESDAY NIGHT ,

t night. spent Sunday ia Miltor sending a copy to you of the abovementioned !I I I $1.25| Misses' Patent Leather Sandals, 12 to 2. 75=
the guests of Capt. and Mrs. !
letter with the
? Fred. F. Biker of Nashville, T nn., Wm. Barry.: Rev. Mr. Carpenter The East End Democratic Club
1 that will deliver the same, with its hall $1 I 25 Mi5ES' Red Kid Sandals, 12 to 2. .
i is among the guests at the Mer- ;.| conducted a service in tte Methodist i ii you ,i. will hold a grand rally at on 75 5:

f chants. | church Sunday night.P. ; my regards, to 'Politician. II,i I East Government street Tuesday '

Mrs. Jacob Kryger returned last J. Williams went to Mobile i iye.terday Very respectfully, | night, May 23, at o'clock.. The fol- : $125 Chnd Cross strap Sandals: &lJ to 95:
i J.'rankj j lowing speakers will make addresses: j:
uUht from a pleasant 'fi"itto to attend to steamship CHAS. M. C05Tl.N.
I Scott M. Loftin, H. C. Clopton and .
x lin. La. $125 chid's --Batt Fedora. to H.
loads of ore which are bein:; : I 95:
Henry Bellinger.
1. Walter Mann, who is now locatedin imported at that: place. Mr. Wili : May 25, 1902. in-I
:I All democrats are especially
i Mobilepent Sunday with relatives i hams is acting for the consignees, Mr. rank L. Mayes Pres." A: Gen. M'g'r.. I I j vited to attend. Refreshments will i $1 I 25 Chilc1-StraPSandi'slto11: ... 95

here.Capt.C. ] who are Philadelphia capitalists.: 'Tie Peasaeola J Journal PensacelaFla.Dear ; j I
fl: be served and a general good time Ij
Sir-Please extend my regards $1 Child' Sandalll---.. CKj -
i Corner, B. It. Pitt and a i Dr. T. J. Welch, ireuzber of the 1 may be expected. 100
party of friends went up the sound State Board of Dental Examiners i to "Retired Politician, and i I

t Saturday: : night on a fUumg trip.Mrs. I|' left this morning to attend their assure him for me that should I be : The Stitch in Time. i: {$1.0 j | (JO Child's Red Kid tiaudaU, S\: to 11. 65:

8 C. McLellan and Miss Alice meeting, also the Dental Association elected to represent the county of i When people begin to lose' appe- 'I I

y McLellan went up to Hjgd.lli: this which meets in Daytona on the! Escacbia in the next legislature, tite, or to get tired easily, the least 1 LOT Infant.'Rutton'boei'.3to6.. 25:
27th inst. He will return :Mturday.gTte imprudence brines on sickness.
i morning and will return tonight. andenator Mallory receive a ma- The stitch in time that saves nineis

Ladies' Euchre club was reorganized Hood's Sarsaparilla taken now.
Hon. John S. Beard returned last: jority cf the votes cast' in this countyfor
Saturday afternocn with a This great medicine enjoys the MEYER SHOE CO.
. right from Madison, where he met U. S senator that I will gladly same distinction as a preventive thatit .
r General Lamar Saturday in joint de ,;membership of about thirty. The does as a cure, which is saying a
club will the homes cf the carry out the expressed desires of
bate.J. meet at great deal, for never before in the I Feet KnrnMier. for ('a..h Only
: various members in turn every Saturday : my constituents by supporting him history of medical science has 50''

II. Cook of Cook 4 Laurey, con afternoon at 5 o'clock. six- for the U. :S. Senate-"under any much thought been given to pre- 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.

tractors for the new oil;mill, arrivedin I handed euchre will be played. ventive medicine as is being given ,
and all circumstances" that I now.
the city this morning from Mont I
Rev. Arthur E. Michel of Lock- will derive a peculiar sense of pleasure I I

gomery. j port, N. Y., a in the city a guest of : from so doing because of the esteem KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS LAW DEPARTMENTOF

J. B. Welch of Cantonment is in Prof. Ernest Riedel on South Reus I I Ii
I confidence and personal Pensacola Lodge, No. 3, K. of P.- i -
the city today. Mr. Welch has beena j street. Rev. Michel is pleasantly I

reader of THE NEWS since its remembered by many as !having friendship that I have always entertained Regular meeting Monday night,
I 26 8 o'clock. Members John B. Stetson University
May at are
start in l9.Walter:: i been the pator of the local German- ;: for Mr. Mallory. I

T. pranley, representing : Lutheran church ten years ao, and j Very respectfully, I specially Work in requested the rank to of be Knight 3Do Land, Florida.JOHN .
; this is his first visit here that
Co.Ltd. electri- during I FORBES Ph. 1>., President ALBEUT.I. ,
Newman-fspranley CHAS. M. COSTOX. the Senatorial Team. Members FAICKIH. LL B kit.

cal dealer of Sew Orleans, was in period. I : of sister lodge and visiting breth- i Tall Term Comint"iice'' AVcdnevlaj', October 1. HUt'!.

the city Saturday. !I i Dr. Gilbert Williams cf Tallahas AL: Your Dealer for Allen's Foot-Kase, I ten cordtall.".. invited trh. attend. i I Ii i TWO YEARS' COUR9E-The Law Deoartmentof John un B.. Stetson I-'. .. .
A paw:der lor the feet. It cures Swollen,sore, I a two-years'course leading to the degree; 'of LL. B:
John G. Ward returned last night j instructor Hott.'aHoB.clln .w..atln Kvl.Corns MONROE CAMPBELL, C. C. !I DEGREE ADMITS TO \k-TbedlplomaofthtlLa..lJ..partm.-c..' ..
I : and EUlon".t all druggists and shoe i istors. HORSLER K. R. & :'5. : Sietvin I'mverHtv admits to the Bar.
from Middle Florida, where he has ,
i .iac. Ask today, |! FURTHER ISt Jltof AT.IOt'or the Law Announcement of 1.-.; am ,
;stetson University at DeLand, are ---- sired Information regardoathPLaw Departmentaddfe '!
{ been in the interest of hU candidacy - :
for IJ here en route to New Orlear..t.wlelCe "My Family Doctor" ALBERT J. FAKRAH. Dean cf Law De;'am...

J railroad comntis"i ner. i iI they will sail for Heidelburg, Ger A BIG MONDAY Blue Island. III., Jan. H, liwl. De la .

C. C. Y ue of Mobile, win has many. Dr. William* will ttks a Messrs. ELY BROS.:-I have used
been here for several your Cream Balm in my family for
day as a jjuptt.f
'' postgraduateptcial ccur-a nine and it has become
his brother P. K. Ynuse, left for' hicl. Le will:l Lis
w resume rrsctice ; family doctcr for colds in the head. WWWW

M* home yesterday at noon.Il atJuJe Tallahassee. -- I.use it freely on my children. It i i.* WWthitrr.

a Godsend to children as they are ;.
Jb:. Cunningham, representingPle L. J. Reeves, who sat u* irty-tkree cases in the police\ troubled more or Ie.*;;.

: -ton & Stanfer, wholesale grccer circuit judge at Live OA 11 cages' ir Yours respectfully, J. KIMRAI.L.
court ti!.is' m.rmn netted the city a ?
of New Orleans is in the Judge for yourself. A trial size MONDAY
city todayiLitrviewnu which Jude Palmer wa* di=q.lalified : AND TUESDAY
merchant.. total: sum of *153. :Several defendants can be had for the small sum of 10
our made a fine imprp;ioL tl.tre, as cents. Supplied by dru2gits or G\

H. I.. l'rry of Pol y, Ala1'. T. evidenced by the; following franc the wen discharged and Will mailed by Ely Brothers 06 WarrenSt.

tir.ives of Geneva: Ala., and J. H. i Live Oak Democrat: : Jude Reeves Las-iter, charged: with cutting Alex ., New Yurk. Full size 50 cent A May 26th and 27th,
Fuller, Hr, of Nadiwih, Ah., all came among us a stranger, he gee Montgomery, was tamed over to the'
If you want a nice present to giveto
well and favorably known by .
prominent mill men, were in the away county courts. a friend, go and look through the -\ -
our people. By histrou; personality line of suitable articles
city yesterday. Johnnie Robinson took four elegant at .
he was: not Ion; it. impressingthose ; J. I. Stephens, you surely can find L.FRIEDMAN&CO'S.S5AAA
J The Home Social Club will meet attending court that he a* from Rosa Swanson and was given something to please you. If you, -
tomorrow at the residence want in the Diamond line
.I night judge had aperogative: as such: thatrnun Go days on the streets.MEMORIAL anything ........
be him before -- -
Mr*. M. L. B.lnki.1\ member -- -- sure to see you buy.In
: be respected; by his alertness, I
are requested to attend. Officers he demonstrated that he was possessed DAY i Yard Embroideries and5c C!(
Insertions, 1 to 5 yard -
will ba elected.
of a shrewdness that prevented Horlda.EscambiB In county chancery.circuit court. State of widet all to 50 at ... ..

Rev. J. D. Sehnedkflr, from Birmingham i imposition* being made: rr unfair George; Nelson j

preached the morning : advantages; being taken and by his EXERCISES MAY 30 Corrine vs.Nelson tOn Yards 2"-'Qch COLORED r- --
3 UUU *
r-nou at the Presbyterian church rulings; was proven that: te knew Monday, the 7th day of July. A l>. DC yard
. .
1uCthedel'ndantCornn.. XeUoa is required LAWNS, all to go at It(
.. -erday. He i i.* in the city visiting the law and required a cotuplur.cetherewith .
to appear to the bill filed against!
.- sister i Mr?, C. V. Thompson.Mr in letter and in This order to be published once each week
Win. Fisher gave adelightful fact his term here made hie: many memorial exercises will be conducted f9r four consecutive meets In THE DULY ".., /5// I ,., I I ,.,-, I I "'1 I III 1:1' _
admirers wi.ere he Xiwf.a newspaper; published la said Es-
amon:: a people
bar t-\ciueioti oa the ,steam .r Simp- at the National cemetery near cambia county.
had before scarce a dez.-a acquaint l ISeall A. !1. MCMILLAN.
sou -*aturJ.i afternoon in honor of Warrington, under the auspices of Clem Circuit Court SATURDAY AND MONDAY ::

) Mr*. *,('ft.\\. A run wig made into ance --- ---- the Lincoln Literary and Musical By B.Deputy it. Bi:kTn'Clerk.Pensacola .

the ,: Ir.: after which the life saving I la May t.lnr!.
OLIVE OIL AND ITS USES.Chl..r. a.u! Pair '
NxriPty and the citizens of Pensa m:'OuawtwCJLI Cliililr! >no MHIIMTS \\ortli II(. .
atation w.i* visited and a dainty M..",O and w '.OO sizes 15', to 11 aud $1 J I pair .

-- .. Should Ilr Taught to Like cola Warringtou and vicinity are -- - I1to2alltogoat.i . . . . ... 1Q
II-11M Foodalue.. f,, \ "- h K hT ( ?
requested. to be present and to brinb -
I (}OI.t.EGIl''U'IaIOS The olive! as an article of food Is becoming -- g rrrrrr t(1VPNiCK'S See Show Window. ::;;.
si thoroughly: "naturalized"! in flower to decorate the graves of our

m Can lie" Knitted fly C.t1e.Nothin the United Statts tLat successful efforts fallen l.eroes. The local: posts of
have Leer made to make it "ra YOURS ANXIOUS TO PLEAsE, '

tie G. A. R. and
r coffee drinking. the to the soil" by growing! it In such
I" youug ci llpe as gill of Hvitt-villrt.; I plates as are adapted to Its culture. veterans are requested to particI-
Md say*: "I never driukotlee up California and Arizona are thus far the pate. The Florida :Silver Cornet FRIEDMAN & CO.
to the time I went to college, and a* only states where the possibility of Band will furnish music for the oc-
. '1 IOI.g.1. you are not going/ to publish I'libin.; olive trees in appreciable num- -

Ii 1 my name: will admit that I WAS proud lol'rs I has been demonstrated but experiments Clt ir.n. The following interesting } RACKET STORE.NHNHmHM. @
.r l'f my pink and white complexion R TAURAHT
are being; made elsewhere.A program will be rendered:
but for some reason I b-gin drinking -
writer in the American Kitchen
Cuflee at school and wh.u V:1C'Hi.u t'ong-"Xeart-r My God to Thee."
. : came I looked like a wreck. Was Magazine: says: A Y

,.fl t extremely uetvous and my face hot1 Only a small part cf the olive oil in Prayer-Rev.. J. McKenzie,

1 low and sallow. the markets of the world is used for chaplain.:
t All friend aid college life ookhll It is for h I
my ; largely employed soap- II
\.. had been too much for ui". After making (castile soap is made from olive ton;"America. DAILY MENUS Hall's'Transfer. I II I I

questioning me about my diet I'1 oil). medicinally! and in silk and woolen Address-C. F. Call, president j j i Paxson & 1
Mother gave me a cup of strong, factories.The Comprise all the Up-to-
S.)lc-Mrs. G. A Edwards. j
rich collet at breakfast, although i
Increased use of oil for food Date Dishes the Markets _
formerly she had objected to the Address-Rev. G. W. Raiford, D.
of the World
should always be encouraced. If children
I habit but the secret came oat in a
. few weeks when everybody began to are trained to cat it, there is little D. Aflord. .

commeat on my improved looks and likelihood of their ever losing the appe Solo-Mrs. L. M. Washington.Address ; .
spirits. :She: said she had beensteadily tite. Instead the tendency is generally! iT I
-Rev. sj. H. McMullen. SPECIAL ATTENTION:
; giving me Potnm Food ::
i to an Increasing use of oil not only with '
; Coffee and I did not know it. : salad I. but with almost all vegetables Instrumental Trio-Miss S. E. Bor- Ladies' Private GIVEN TO
color back much to I
My came my
Mayonnaise dressing and tartare sauce Mr. L. J. Willis and Mr. V. B.I I
delicht, and I was: fully restored to rag
health. I will return to college please many oho do not care for plain Borras. Dining Parlor. Baggage and Hauling.Machinery IautrunpM'r'
oil i ,
without the slightest fear of losing
ground for I know exactly where Aside from custom, there is no reason E;*ay-Mrs.: r?. R. Whorley. Safes, Pianos and
the trouble lies. why olive oil more than good butter
:-olo-Ir Fannie Hooks. Furniture Moved Promptly
I Mother says the first time she had should be regarded as a luxury ty Regular Dinner Daily.
Postum made no one would drink it au ordinary ''Imlly.It Recitation-Miss Bessie Gulley. Short Notice; also Conduct....

for it was pale and watery, but the i- I.. '. : ,!J' \' a sharp line be- D:1ette-li=s Fannie Elijah: and rIH T-CLAS}..
next day she did not tru-t to tile i
ll'""Pn I ie lI'L w* a food and Short Orders Promptly
cook bal examined th s Jirei'tioti :Mss Maggie Ridley. Wash Day
I and made Herself. -i! found the t u-> in iiiirajvutv. Tile former Illl'd.. i.igiit ur Day. Livery Feed and I
makes the latter lew: likely to be rev > -u,;"God Be With You. ,
; Cfx'k had just let it com to the boil- i With a Gas Range-'8
i ,% point and then served it, and it : qulrei If a sqjall part of the they Benediction-Rev. Simon Brown.R .

l w &H tasteless! but the beverage made spent for patent medicliieg Ip tjjd United v. James Dean, D. D., master of If its HometlilD Good to Eat Sale Stables. is no longer a blue {Ol'J.s:;
; a.::ordinSi! to directions by proper States were employed to put a pure you wiiXyou'il find it at
is delicious and has a re- olive oil tables ceremonies. with it's beat and steam and kld:-:
I boiling ; on our there would be I Corner
inarkatle 'tasta! for more.' One cup .. less call for the various powders, pllla Tte train will leave the dummy Nick Apostle's Zamgosu and Jefferson Streets, annoyances. Those houseke---
is seldom} enough for father now. Opposite PUja. .JA
and liniments: that are advertised Telephone 251.
I have a young lady friend who side. on station at lOa. m. Fare for the round Popular Restaurant who value a good servant can u.-'k-:
every Perhaps too, we angular -
suffered! several years from neuralgiaand the work Ra Z-
Americans should gain son of the trip, 25 cents. lighter with a Gas -
headache, obtaining only tem-
porary relief from medicia-M. He grace native to Spaniards and Italians. C. F. CALL, President. HARRY HALLHARK. ai it saves time and labor a;; wel.: ,-

sister finally persuaded t>*r to leave The body can be fed arflfldally with Miss ERE \A WATKIXS, lmNMI fuel. Its facilities for all kinds: '
off coffee Jad use Postum. She is oil bj baths massage etc., and physi Secretary, I ; Transfer partmeat. '.

now very r-ronounced in her viewsas clans and nurses know of the wonderI AARON BROWN, cooking are infinitely supenur

to coilce. Says for it her was condition the onethingresponsible I I gain made by patients for whom Chairman Advisory Committee. I If you wish the very best Marston go Quina are sole coal ranges or stoves.Pemcola .
I this Is done. In
t typhoid fever appen ice cream freezer th e I agents for the celebrated
and she!' is now well and the head- dicitis and kindred diseases the use of very

: aches and Please neuralgia do not are publish things of my the oil results very successfully. It U alsoI AVanted.TAMKD '''lowest price, the Willis Odorless refrigerators, Gas CO.
f' name.'' Same can be Riven by I employed In the treatment of burns "\\1 dannal-Insaranee Insurance.follcitor Call at for THE In. Hardware Co. can please absolutely guaranteed or ,

,... Postum Co., Battle Creek, Mich. I and. as an antidote.for pol ona.. ,I I News office. amt \you. money refunded. f"
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