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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 27, 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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"," Nw I FIVE OTHERS BADLY INJURED GA pedal to The Sew,, '
L'1l.jj.! May 27.-The absorbing Fort de France,May 27.-Professor :
Storm Struck the Town With Great I Just After Services Were ConcludedLee
... :...t ::i the negotiations: of the Robert T. Hill, the United States
I. PARTY RETURNTO Force, Razing Buildings and Uprooting Fired Two Shots at the Girl He I WAREHOUSE BURNSSpecial .
. today brought great I government ;geologist and head of an
1 ,: > v bii8t: Trees-Incalculable Damage Has i Loved, One 3ullet Passing ThroughHer

:: .v\ t" D.>wam; street early this NEW YORKSpecial Been Cone to Crops In Its Patht. I Heart expedition sent by the National r to The ;;::;:-- I II

,Geographical Society' has just returned
;1. ,::,:u,:. -- Union S. C., May :26.-This place I II Atlanta May 26.-A terrible trag | I New York, May 27.-A furious! fire .1

T ...---xict. -urof themeetingof the i to The News. was visited yesterday afercoon at 4 I .:dy occurred. yesterday in Wesley } from a daring and prolonged I I
broke out on the water front today. j
o'clock chapel I, the little Methodist church at
by a terrible tornado. of the volcanic
l been secret but in I investigation activityon I
>.Hri: kept New York, May 27.-The membersof !
jv The storm came from the north and Ben Hill, Ga., a suburb of Atlanta The big six story terminal storage

,, -. .;uti' n "f an official !statement the commission who participatedin i it seems there was also one from th.q just altr the morning services had j I the Island of Martinique. warehouse, which occupies the i I

,. : end ot the war, the throng the unveiling of the P.ochambeau I southwest, meeting in this vicinity.It been concluded-the fruit of the mor Professor Hill chartered a steamer
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four deaths and bid passion of for whole of the block bounded by 27th ;
monument are now the guests of played havoc a young man a and carefully examined the coast of
\1' 1.;rd many hours! ia anxious susi this The considerable loss of property being the young woman who had resisted his and 28th streets and 11th to 13th I
arrived from
city. party of the island as far north as Port de
. result. every advance.Miss .
:,' avenues, was almost entirely destroyed II
Niagara Falls this morning on a The storm from north
was preceded Lilla Suttles was shot to death
Macouba. He made land-
Chamberlain frequent I
IL 111:11: secretary special train and were immediatelystarted by a heavy rain and what appeared by Millard Lee, the ball from his pis |

dark about 100 ings at the extreme end of the island The firemen had the liveliest bat- :
urnvt-d it Downing street at 11:30ad to West Point, from where to be a mass tol piercing her heart. Crying. "Oh, II

yards wide. It traveled with great papa," she fell into the arms of her also. After landing at Leprechaur, tie had here in years. The fire cre- I ;
fol- will return here at 3 o'clock
: : *a* almost immediately they and had time to
I speed people barely father. Dr. J. M. Suttles, who had rush I
!.,wed by the other ministers. this afternoon. They will then be get Indoors before the storm struck ed up at the sound of the pistol shots. I a village five miles north of the de- ated a most spectacular eight with i

tendered Lowin the town. The wing of the storm She died without speaking again. the dames seeming to burst from all i
a reception by Mayor vasted city of St. Pierre, he walked
passed along Main street and blew The church was crowded at the of the
iproint, to The News, the city hall. Ambassador Cam- portions building at once.
several store doors open, doing more time and the greatest confusion en through the area of active volcani- '
London, May 27.-The cabinet bon and the officials of the French or less damage. sued. It was some minutes before the The damage caused by the dames
cism to the latter place and made
meeting adjourned at 1:45 this afternoon. embassy will be present Knitting Mill hill south of the town, people realized what had happened. and water is estimated at 11,000,003. .

caught the full force of the tornado, Before the awfulness of the crime minute examination of the various No lives are reported lost nor so I I
It is understood that the which blew down the schoolhouse and
dawned them Lee had walked
upon phenomena disclosed, gaining! much far as U known, were any injuries t I
,:.liP( committee of the cabinet will THE PRESIDENT'SHOUSEHOLD two residences converting them literally from the church building. At the door I. I !f
sustained the of the
Into kindling wood. The occupants -; he was taught by Earl Suttles. the valuable scientific information. by occupants I fi

t+l" graphtheresult of the deliberation flew from one of the houses before young brother of the girl he had slain. building.The :
Professor Hill says the new crater ,
It went to pieces and took refugein Young Suttles caught hold of Lee and
to Pretoria this afternoon. The Panama Steamship (compa I!
another near by, but this house nag attempted to hold him but Lee placed Mont Pelee was the one to which
Irlegates at the Transvaal capital: also crushed to splinters.In his pistol against his breast and told Ion ny's pier, at which lies the Finance,

Special' to The News. this house Misses Sallie Hart and him the destruction of Mont Pelee was due to sail this afternoon for
w.ll then probably return Vereen-- he would shoot him if he did not was a
Washington, May 27.--Theodore Annie Lawson were Instantly killed I I release him. The boy in desperation due.; time seriously threatened with destruction : \

.;-mg and report to the Burghers; Roosevelt. Jr., having fully recover Mrs. :Maxey Sims died in an hour I I yielded his hold and Lee took to flight.
In addition to his work of investi but saved :
was only by a
and her little Vera died
daughter, i I Miss Suttles had returned Friday
who! nr* still in assembly there. ed from his recent attack of I
-- -------- about 9 o'clock. I from a visit to the Charleston expos!. gallon, the professor was enabled by change of wind. I.!
monia, left today for Groton, wherehe Five other persons were injured, one Ii I tion. She went to church yesterday I
the use of the steamer to rescue
lORPEDODESTROYERRECRUIT will resume his studies. After of them probably fatally. mornir.g with Herbert Reynolds. Sha Ohio Republicans Gathering. ,

Dozen of largo trees were blown I had not seen many of her friends since many of the poor inhabitants! of Le. Clp"plan41Ia)' 26.-Many delegatesand
completing the term's work he will
WRECKED I down and many orchards utterly ruin. I II her return from the exposition and as visitors to the Republican state
I precheur who, venturing back after
then join his mother and the familyat ed. i soon as the services were: over she convention which meets here tomor.

-- Oyster Bay. Reports are coming in that mora was sunounded by a group of her having deserted their homes, found row, have already arrived tn the city. ,
than a dozen farmhouses between companions, who wished to know all Senator Hanna remained at his residence .
Mrs. Roosevelt and the childrenwill
i. The New. I II themselves in appalling danger of
Union and Jonesville and Santus
werfldestroyed about h- r trip. today but will be at his quartets .:
i ', oe. Eng., My 27.-The tor- leave June Oth for their sum- ; also a number of houses ft Wc;.\> talking) to her girl friends she their live in the Hollanden tonight and .

.- i. .u destroyer Recruit is mer home at Oyster Bay. They Bantuc. including a large ginnery and b.camc separated from' Mr. Reynolds. hereafter. It Is understood that a plat. I

will make the journey OH the yacht machine shop.It Millard IRe walked up to the groupof Fort de France has been nearly I form has been prepared by the Ohio .\ i
', Land's End and water
a-1 >ar
Dolphin Is impossible to estimate the which she was the center, and deserted, resulting from the fear of a senators and congressmen which ha*

--,< rtt-iui! be in her stokehole. It damage at present, but it will reach touching her on the arm asked to been submitted to some delegates. Its .1 I

,- :' "i.'t' the vessel can be saved. TEE SARATOGA" many thousand dollars.. speak to her a moment. tidal wave. said to Indorse the national admin.'t" 'j

She stepped to one side and he ask stratlon strongly in general terms, ) :
1 r-w :Labeen safely landed.
ed her if he could drive her home. A GENERAL STRIKE without special reference to Cuban j .1. j
When You Go Into a I>nn: Store AT QUEENSTOWN II "No," she replied, "I have company." I reciprocity and other questions The I I

,. Just then her cousin. Miss Beulah ''
t ,i bi.ttle( of l'ainkillerexamine I Philippines policy Is unequivocally In.
I: d HUlly to ?ee if it is made by NEW LINESpecial i Suttles, asked her some question ANTICIPATED dorsed, with a special expression of .

"Prtr<' l Divi-: and don't be persuaded about the exposition and she turned confidence In Governor General Taft. I ITampa's
to The Sews.tlueenstown "
t,.. t -.iint-fung "jU'st as good" be- Special -- I from Lee to answer it. I -- :i -.
Iay n.-The United toThsNews.Opelika. .
1'1\ (i- a few cents cheaper. Lee was heard to mutter "If I Large Registration.Tampa. .
i I... r.' .- only! .ne Painkiller Perry States training ship Saratoga arrived Alalay: ::6.-It Is thought won't let me take youJiome I shall you | Special to The News.Indianapolis I Fla., May 26.-The city reg. .j!

\ i\i* L'irge. bottles 25 and oOc. here this morning. here that President Wickersham. of I shoot you" II Ind., May 27.-The titration books have closed. The large !

the Atlanta and West Point road, la est number of I
Before any one was aware of his''' great coal strike interest is centeredin names ever enrolled upon a
after the Lafayette railway, an inde the books of the city are estimate ;
-- intentions, he his .
: = = =::::=: :==:: ::.: =- pulled pistol and I this city today, where President .
pendent railroad extending from hereto fired at Miss Suttles. The ball struck to be on them now There are 3000. ;

T II h \ TH IS :j Lafayette. Ala., a distance of 20 I just above her left hip but glanced Mitchell of the United Mine Work- which !. fully 1.000 larger than ever .;:

Block of B argalns,1.lm miles. I on a corset steel. I ors Union is considering the advisa- known before. ...
WIII\,: : : : : : President McOehee. of the latter Miss Suttles screamed and -

> road is now in Now York, where he I her father, who was up ran at the toward I bility of issuing a call for the National TO-OAY'S MARKET REPORT :

I -uI t: has gone in an endeavor to float $300O ,- \ chancel speaking to the preacher, Rev i, Convention to order all min :1

') bonds for the purpose of extending Mr. Diamond. j ers in the United States to strike. 1'NS.-\COLA8TOCK..
I' i ; the road to Ashland, Ala., a distance I As she ran from him Lee deliberately of
THE BIG STORE The convention call may be issued ":all Government street,
of about W miles. This will open up'i fired at her again. The ball en I
iarJ4 J ; a vat territory rich in advantages of tered her back Just between her shoul today. The necessary consent of theft :t

( .; all kinds and will give the road a der blades and about an Inch and a., ve districts to call the convention 8TOCKS.

)...' Y FlUe Gingham Madras Hem Sheets Bath Towels ( !; large volume of new business. It will half from the spine. It passed directly is in the hand of President Mitchell. Open. Hllrh. I.ow Clo e. n I
> also have a monopoly, as no other road through her heart end out Hugar..12S1 1291.i 12718 l28sa .
.30. eH'h ;j j uv1t'n Bleached ,' came The censent for the call was! obtained Atch.... j9--1J
Swiss Lawns :)c values reaches the section sought to be tap between the fifth and sixth ribs aboutan 797a 79'3 79- .
Tllrlusl! Towels!' ( ....
for Hem P. Cues I i I\ ped. inch to the left of the breast bone. from three anthracite and two U.III S.. ....153 to to 39;? 163dt 40 .i i j ..I

".51)' $2 QI) and i President Wickersham recently went The ball
( did not pass entirely througn bituminous districts. L. l'I..138 138 I :'
4c yard 27jc yard Iapt! l'acla $:::,6.5. doz. ( I over the road on his gasoline car and her body, but protruded from the fiesl The headquarters of the miners M. 0. P .100 It)) 9944 100 .j

1 11 C( also took in the route over which it is She died in a few moments in her fa Man. .13214 132lt 132'8 132tSt. I 'i
proposed the new road will run. It la ther's arms. presented a busy! appearance at an Paul.1694 l694 169t4' 16968 'i'

"':\11-D CORSET WAIST Parasols ; 1 confidently expected that the \V st The whole cause of the d plorabltraged early hour today. The office staff Penn ...H9!4 14934 H9!. 14934 .
Department. I ....
Department. 8. P.
1.WX 6U8! 6-fl &I !
( Point route will absorb this short line, Myq !
the Insane
'". Ilualit\ B"l\uUful8hort and (15c Off For. ..... .Sgo t( it will valuable feeder. : ) jealousy of are sending out vast quantities of U. P..IMI4' lO-Hi IO-H. 104 1 '
Mediumnkand F 0 r. ... ....6ktlueilttor 9c l as prove a Lee. circulars for distribution the T. C. I.. 6:3% 6:318: 6.'Js; 631 i 1
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)n All Fine Good- For..89c Miss Suttles was the eldest daughter c. F. I-.10038 100.4 9'J'8 10034 l I
15c 49c each This Week j Last of Crockett's Mill I Gone. of Dr. J. M. Suttles. one of the most miners and the public. I j
3eeourl9cwalst Silk Gloriasaf25
yard Ala. 26. One of the .,
Florence, May -
I prominent physicians of his
( Many early visitors came to see NEW YORK COTTON "
i( ) old historic landmarks washed away He is not only well known In lectlon.1 I
the recent floods In this section Mr. Mitchell. He is expected tit Open. High.I Low Close! Ii
I.\TTIXO GENTS' GENTS' 50 Silk ern part of Fulton county, but has a ,' May...913 913 902 913
lJt-partment. NIGHT SHIRTS SUMMER Coats and Vests 4tl I II was the last remaining timbers of a practice which extends into Campbelland make a etatement' ate this after Ju1y..891 8'Ji 887 893Auguat..890 I
I WEIGHT Great Values ) mill on Little Shoal creek in Lawrence j
Cobb 86.j
I nos an3 t.:.n. Nalnsook I II noon. 868 861 ;
I: \.t') iTyards and ) j county. Tenn.. built and conducted by is a young man of Sept .. ...803 807 b03 807 ii! H

: -agthtat Cambria ITNDEBWEAR 75c to $2.50 1 David Crockett in the early part of good family he Is said to be lacking I Indian Appropriation' Bill Oct ......790 i93 i8t 793 .1; i.1..

Half Price' 50c 75c. $1 I Be Suit \ the last century. Near this place Ii education and refinement and has never Washington. May 26.-President I !;
9Sc Snit Worth Double
the old Crockett spring, where the Roosevelt !
been considered Miss Suttles' equal today Informed a number ol CHICAGO-WHF..AT. H

j hero of the Alamo built his cabin. socially.A senators woo called on him that he C
Open HI b. Low. Close.
IUil) ) posse of officers and citizens are would sign the Indian appellation ...
MEN'S TRUNKS Fishinrr Tackle ) July 73a 7Hi 73 ; 74>4
: flts' Vests STRAW HAT 1 Lamar Goes Up for Life. in pursuit of Lee and it he is caught bill some of his objections to it having Sept .... 72 73 723 72i 1

.+ for lOco Imitation and CRAB NETS ) Jackson Miss.. May 28.-Oliver Lamar the outraged people may wreak summary been met: by special legislation He CORN. :,i

j the slayer of Rufus Sanders, has vengeance.Ben still opposed the provision giving the '!1 ;
SIl; ALI8E8. } Open. Hisrb.
Mercerized Vtsts For 50c and all kinds of ) been convicted in the Simpson county Hill is known u one of the most exclusive right to the Florence Mln July .... 6.3 4 6Hi Low 63Y. Clole.645 ; of 1
See the New ;
', three for $I 9eetheminWindow Dresser Trunk. Sporting Goods circuit court and given a life sentence cultured sections of the county. A lug company to prospect for on* yea Sept .... 607 sly 6OJ61J i 1
; in the penitentiary. The prisoner at. number of Fulton's best cjtlzens make all the mineral lands on the Ulntah

) tempted to act up a plea of .tU. their! homes In and arouiJl: It Heretofore reservation in Utah. It is understood lAVAL roKD HAIt1E1 !. J

ICE BOXES Gasoline defense, but failed to produce evide&ci the community has been unusual that a bill will be intro4oel In both I

Hammocks Shoe Sale ) of sufficient strength. Tile C&M will ly free from crimes or disturbance oi houses ot congress repealing this provision Reported Dau-for The News b1 I j ;

$;.to $1.50 i bt appealed to the supreme court. any kind. allowing the general public to Union Naval Store. 00

Stoves "- explore the land ant itabllta c1&tDllI aeelA.ww i j

$1.00 to $3.50 Refrigerators Still CDltlnnfs t I Woman Hat Narrow [leapt.I "I Never Knew PaiD Killer to Fail .. .. ____.13 AU H.: __II M ii
3 $4.50 $6 I Raleigh! May 26.-While Mrs. A.. M. ; Burnatt'i VanilU W9____ I M (1._ ,__ 1 ea 1
Extract hIS outlived
$950 to $32. ( before, what caa the matter be? M-s23 F { ;
Sykes was preparing dinner in her enticlim. It.s tile Qneit and purest vnlllt II 2s6 F..__r_. 1 Li ; .J'i '
home In Alamanc county a bolt of ; Where is the bottle? There, I extract that can to bought. Once It_ -.- r. U. D.___ 12') i '
i l ) lightning came down a chimney and. thought so; it ia not Perry Davis' tried, alwtyi nied. .3 Cclb'lowl: m 'II_

) literally tore to pieces the store beside i Painkiller at all, but something the I BIn 1J..anl.a-t\. I }

IBilliam Ioljn0on & ion. ) which she was standing and threw the druggist! mast have made himself All kinds of chairs and I

pieces with violence against the walls and I did not notice iti; I bare used rocking chairs at Marston Ice cream freezers that 1

II; and calling, yet she escaped serious cramps Painkiller and for stomach years for aches diarrhoea and it, $ Quina's. Prices are very freeze quick, at the Willis : ]
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1 tAre I. Doomed. THE CHILDREN ENJOY ; '

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the residence of Hon. and Mrs. I II .fc'- .

street, I GREAT EXODUS CONTINUES Life out of doors and out of the games which they play and the enj >}-

W. A. Blonnt on East Wright II j-.t. ment which they receive and the e.Turts which: they make, comes they -

I a lawn party will be given Tuesday, Many Relief S*lpS Have Arrived With f :i greater part of that healthful development which; is so es-ental to their "
27th, for the bent fit of St which is
May happiness when grown. When a laxative is needed the remedy

Michael's parish. From 5 to 6:30 p. Supplies Fcr the Destitute-Mont rr given to them to cleanse and sweeten and strengthen the iuttrual organson ; '

'i<< m. for children! ; evening hours fol. t I I Pelee Eruption Worse Than That of which it acts, should be such as physiciaus: would sanction becau-e its I

. lowing for grown people. The pub Pompeii. component pans are known to be wholesome and the remedy itself free from

lic is cordially invited. 21mtd I every objectionable quality. The one remedy! which physicians and parents,

you a star to housework !,I Fort de France. Island of Martinique well-informed approve and recommend and which: the little ones enjoy,

GIRL WAS NOT KIDNAPED. GOLD DUST 8uI: a) May 25, 6 p. m.-The l, because of its pleasant flavor, its gentle action and its beneficial effects s-

United States cruiser Cincinnati arrived Syrup of Figs-and for the sane reason it is the only laxative which snould
hu dcr.e more) than! anrthir else to mu.cipate
Kathleen Flanagan's Body Found omen from the tacll-breaIl1l1' burdens ct tM '! here from St. Lucia yesterday : ... be used by fathers and mothers. .,
hcusehcld.! It clears: everythir about the house-I; \" which and ::
Floating In Hudson River. pets, pars, l-shes. clothes and woodwork. Sa ei4 The steamer Lucktctach Arrived this : Syrup of Figs is the only remedy acts gently, jileasant'.y
and ": naturally without griping, irritating: or nauseating: and which cleanses the -
New York May 26.-After eight tire money worry. i left for Porte :;:\"
days of constant searching the bodyOf Made only ty THE N. K. FAIRBANT Boston St COMPANY.Louis. 1 IloI&Ier5t1 morning at Fontabelle once reached :f';" system effectually, without prwuc't.g that constipated .hal which! results! :.;. ..
New York Kico. The gtiamer
ClLtaeo. and modern imitation and against
Kathleen Flanagan, 4 years old OVAL FAIRY SOAP. ::. ,"' from the Use of the '. '
II here at II i o'clock this morning with If would have them .
I f ; which the children be so carefully guarded. you
fees been found in the Hudson river. } -
It was thought the child had been kid. I ISO: tons of supplies from the chamber 10. ; grow to manhood and womanhood, strong, healthy and harpy, do nut give

I naped and a large reward had been FARMER MISSING. i i' of commerce of New York and .;ti i f, them medicines when medicines are not needed, and when nature netils

... offered for her return. Public prayers other citizens. Among her passengers .{;': asM-tance in the way of a laxative give them only the simple, pleasant and<< ,..

t also had been made in the parish M. L. Moore, Who Lived Near Char all \\'. H. Corwine. who was specially i gl'ntle-Syrllp of Figs.
'" 'c'e Its quality is due not only to the excellence of the combination of the
here, the child's parents reside. She, lotte, N. C., Disappears. named by President Roosevelt as secretary ; .
,I 'f":7.f' laxative principles of plants with pleasant aromatic syrups and juices but
with her father and two other children, Charlotte N. C., May 26.-Many peopIE' ot the various bodies in the
.i ': also to our original method of manufacture and as )"UU"alle the health of
't was spending the afternoon along the have for two days searched fruit United States contributing for the relief "t "
r"d the little ones do not accept any of the substitute which unscrupulous dealers .
::1 river front at One Hundred and Twen lessly for the holy of M. L. Moore, 1: of tie sufferers; Professor AngelcI1eillrm .-, sometimes offer to increase their profit;. The genuine article may lt'

':j ty-fifth tt. when she mysteriously disappeared. a farmer who came to this city from and other scientists Mr. Cor .. bought anywhere of all reliable! druggie at fifty cents per bottle. Please I

\ She was missed a moment his home some miles in the country wine and Captain Scott brother of to remember, the full nae of the Omp'i.v i

t later and hr father felt satisfied she Thursday and mysteriously disappeared ; Chief OUutr Scott of the Horaima, CALIFORNIA FIG SYR-UP CO.- printed "n I

bad been kidnaped. Fishermen werenumerous near Latta Park on the southern''' prtf-ened to Governor I Huerre ... .. ...r.. .J !f ,
;l ... ... : .\" .... ; "" the front of every }.ack- J-. .
it along the docks in the vicinity outskirts of the city. His horse and and the French delegates: today. Th .. '" '. .. '.. ,r /'" j" .,.
f.+. .ttl.. ._ .. ..... \ ace. In ortVr to get i its ,.':."". ....f lr /
and none of them had seen her fall buggy were found near the park and sttami, Tnrt'aze has been placed: at !'.:.j... ;:.4,' :': !heel'( :......'tike' beneficial effects it is always ..;......:.!\.J .)'. t" Li' .'# ,I,
his and other '. .. :'.: \" :.: .....; -.,
PI Into the river so that the father's theory rocket knife key things the disposal of :Mr. Corwine to \-I'itL I ; ., .. 0I ( ,.. ",: !.
:0. : L; to hayrysta \iK.: .
t.r: ;. :: ueoesidry :
found which apparently came out of his r ... \\'. '..\ :." -.,,' ".. .. """ ".:< ,'w, .r.'v. { '.
t' many supporters Vincent. Her cargo will be ills! ....... .' \! ... the genuine only. ,' 'i y..' : '... ....... ." :
. Search in the river was kept up. pockets were found a short distance charged Monday.1'io'fsor! .. ; ;r:5. J-' r;...../.:" .. ( ... ...
'I .I-... .. : !
:, r. ,
towe\er. and there h&r body finally away, hut FO far no dew as to theman's hoiiut T. Hill the emi- ;.Jj.....of... \...'... : ...'. ... .' ',1.. :: '
1 .: .: ,. .' : .. < ,.:" ';'-.t
: .
t as found. whereabouts has peen discovered. nei.t giulogii-t. with his patty, has 'Icharrercd ..... .. .' "
I ;;: < Io \ 'y\
: ,
; ( ;:-. ;
; b :. :-:-._. .,,, .::; .
: a steamer and is carefully I ..( ." \ ..,.,.. ( ::......: ( 'a-
Matureitnirn.. Workmen are putting in a sewer I!1 studying the volcano from the tea. ..,....;... ...........:..I..f. .. ': : ): j: : -,.: ', I'l..( '1':..'.. :::r"t -" :.". .

Maidens who have passed their thirtieth about 12 feet under the surface neat i George Kennac, with a land party, is I II 1".f. < '\: --:: ..: : f : .: '.:":. '". : :. i'.. ...... ."'?" .
: ... : .1.1. : l
year may now claim that theyrepresent i where the buggy was found and one | examining the northern part of the is I II ',.:,.'. ,..... i \ : ...;;...j/. :"If-........",,.., "
the most perfect and advanced : :..
theory is that the farmer was! killed '-'. \ -\I" '" '
of maidenhood and lookdown land. f" : ............ : .. ........_... ,.. "r,' '-.-. \'.
type and thrown into a section of the excavation -: Mont P.I"e was fairly quiet yesterday .I...."..,.. .\ ..:.i'..... 1" ,,

upon girls who marry before where the pipe had already i 1 a'.tl.onjifi! there was a big eruption :'y.-": ''! (; .-; ._.. :\:. '', ::-o. :. _:-! ,, ............. ...... iI"!./i-,!..
, twenty-five as \ery much more akin! been l laid and then covered with \.: .J ;'-' i. ." \ .-....-.:.... ....--l,
up :] of allies which covered the extreme ..-... fi .., .....: f '-<-- ..' .:.. ... :...."...-...
for it is well known factthat :. .
to savages, a .. ... M1' ..w ...
loose dirt which shoveled .. ,: ; \
the was being north of the itland. Tl.e new crater is !t-. '" :. 4- ,......-.r ; .. '
the of uiarriase advances ) 1
ae into the ditch. Another theory is : a(tin. ,,1\ ..:....-- (j\-......:o-" : .. : I "" .... i.,.. '

with ciulization. Kvtrywhtie tLe that he was drowned in the lake in 1 I Mr. Cc'-wire has :investigated the r;:'.!.' ".IoW." .......,\x.,'.!..:.,.. .':.....;'<.: v. ...__...::: : ...... (I \,.....,. ,...-,<'in.,. ;. .1 iI,
is the fore. .. : \ "" L.
more mature woman to ';'. ...: ... ,', .. .. \ '
q The tastes of ineu in this reward seem Lana Park. The latter will probably method employed' in the distribution of ( ,:........;.. .1 ... .' ; : ..
U- drained and if nothing is discov
and hue informed Uovernoi <
to have undergone a complete revolution supplies

A and instead of fluttering about ered the sewer will likely be opened. .I 1'Huerre that he considers it excellent.It : .

Moore relatives are confident that he is official notification will .
j d the inexperience girl, talking pretty expected _._ ,
Is. dead. ---- --- --- --- -
t1'' nothings, they are matching their experience be issued that sufficient supplies have

broadening their horizon > been received. The Fever I
Volcanic Dust Enveloped Steamer. I E W. B. GOfflPflHY
.1'1 sharpening their wits, in clever conversation Most of the refugee who have come An AtchIson girl who gotQ a ,
vt New York May 26.-Another steamship
with some clever anJ into Fort de France have deserted i I month and had an easy time of It '
.1 beautiful woman.-IIt'alth. the Coya. which passed through the town for points further south as j I i caught the fever two years ago nnd )!.MANUFACTURERS DEALER" \
clouds of'olc.anj{ dust from Moue
She had nn athletic
a man.
trror still all souls and t
8cUiic Rheumatism l'llrf'dflf't Pf lee. has arrived In port. One of the I possesses I training, soon caught up with him and
Foil de France is believed to be doom LUMBER LATHS
f b
t'.mrlf'f"n"elUIi iflering. officers said: "Fifty miles from St. i 1 I landed him. Now she does ail her own
"I have been afflicted with sciatic ed. All business is suspended as the ,I I ; ; j--
Lucia and right south of Barbados | housework. Including washing and Iron- I
amount of supplies received has killed I I
rheumatism fnr fourteen Geruiautown.years." we passed on the evening of the 8tha sales I ing. has twin babies and gets her board I U.JJ SAWED CYPRESS SHiNGLEHlil-, Y 1 LI;

says' Josh Edgar of (; large lead whale, around which hundreds '; and clothes. Her name should be furnishe1 .
t t Cal. "I was able to be around, but The French delegates Admiral Ser 1 .
i of Mother Carey chickens were all women seized with this man i .'. PENHACOLA. FLA
constantly -uttered. 1 tiled everything van and the citizens are unanimous in II
: I could hear of and at last was hovi-rins. The whale was 70 feet long of gratitude for the catching fever." :Atchlson l Globe. I.i |I.
i told Chamberlain's Balm, The ('0)8 was one hour In passing/ expressions genuine i ':
: and i is
I totry friendship of the American people, j Foley's Honey peculiarly -
; which I did and was immediately through the wreckage and smoke or! which has ,been manifested by the adapted for asthma bron-' ROYAL STANDARD PISkH\ 1 1I
relieved and in a short time cure I I. St. Pierre, but the flashes of fire could ''chilis'and hoarseness. W. A
and I am happy to sayit has not swiftness with which great quantitiesof rt. Palafox ,
t be seen distinctlywhen we were 6;( i, D'Alemberte,121 street i
sincejeturued.; Why not use this miles away." supplies( have been furnished and Years Old, in Cass of 4 Full Quarts, at S3.20 per cist

liniment and gtt well. It is for sale! forwarded! and the character of the [
-- -- -- -
all and medicine deal Happy'Home is thewell'
by druggists \Vlioopinj Count' delegates in charge of them. The :
WHISKEYidistilled at the Nel- .
ers. Fort le France looks cleseited. Nearly THIS
-- A woman who has had experiencewith I ., Distillery, and is fully matured in w
this disease tell how to prevent s.iiMt persons have gone to the islands i furnished home. Marston before bottling, it is: ab-olutely pure and II' x-
of Oiiadelupe, Dominica and St. celled in Whiskey of the
c quality by any fan:
( any dangerous concquenc(8from Lucia, and as many more are trying to < $5 QUill can supply youwith no matter where produced. The Royal Hta,

it. She says: Our threw chil- get away. The simple object of all : all needed in the way is eight years old when bottled and, consul

TtS.i ign.tnre It on erery box cf the genuine dren took whooping cough lat summer minds is to escape from the island. of house at the its excellent quality is the cheapest wln-k

Laxative Bromo-QuinineTableta our baby boy beine orly three The scientists are divided in opinion furnishings the market at that price. As a beverage it

the rciuody that cures a cold in one day months old, and owing tour giving owest prices cash or credit. an absolutely pure stimulant, there is none II
as to whether or not new and
them Chamberlain' Remedy more
I C'oujh Shipped in cases containing no marks what \

i i1.IJbt of Hnnil I'oNonlnic. they lost none of tl.eir plumpne violent outlfirsts are to be expected.A OAST on.: T.A. indicate contents. If purchaser upon exai

!; A vets ,I'uriunx itt-uj in i\iciilni:1pa l ) and came out in much better majority of them think volcanic energy Bean the _/J l e Ui YOU H3i9 M3'S Boil, the whiskey, i$ not satisfied with the qn. :
health than other children who did will be displayed for a long time can return the same at our expense and 'I
lore I chtneed to light '". wrot fiipitnrt fll _
up not u;e this remedy Our olde t little will
but that no further loss of life will be refunded.All .
i G t>rge \u! ltu"a! in one tlf his letters girl would call lustily for cou_h of orders should be accompanied In. .
there large left
as are no places
may l*> tin feat of |'.iis-on syrup between whoop*.-JKPS IE occur -- ---- -- -- -- -- xlcarrtARSOto a currency po toilice mlneyortler, bank dr,if' <
to he and Fort de France,
Ing t.y sleight ..r baud. Von were jwil- PI KEY HALL Springville, Ala. destroyed press money order. \Ve refer to First N1NDAR
one of u lady, and you wl"I.(>;1 to kill\ This remedy is for ale by all drug- they say. Is absolutely safe from any : DR. KING'STRY Bank or any merchant in 1'ensacola.

Ler.Vll.. you ii"k nl tier tn luut h. and gists and medicine dealers. possible outburst of Mont Pelee.

you caust-d a \('ry nice jM-acli to lie -. Admiral St'nan today called upon NEW DISCOVERYFOR I -

served nt tl" -""rt. You cut the fruit 4rilttrlnl lower Indo.try.I'ew'Cop'e United States Consul Ayme to expressto THAT COLD. .F ; S. A. FRIEDMAN

with a golden knife, one side of the i are perhaps aware of the him his high appreciation of what' A

j blade of which was t'ntlu(1"ith a extent; to which the artificial Cower the United States has done for the TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. 'r Y' ;r1 SOLE PROPRIETOR, PENSACOLA. FLA

Jeadl3- i'oi!"<>n. You pu-sentitl the 1",1.\ industry is carried on in Saxony. Several victims of the disaster.For Cures ConsiimptionCoughs

toned hair of the iiuh to the lady, ) large factories In Dresden produce i two days heavy rains have fall Colds Bronchitis Asthma I'. 0.IUXJIM. TKLKl'IIONt-: \t
a considerable! Lint the -tit KEI'
who ate it with iiuu-h relish and then itinntty. piinci en.

dropped: down dead. !|':il place of manufacture is at Selvintz. PneumoniaHayFevcrPleu- .

t The wholesome halt you ate yourself a town if S."itKl inhabitants close risy, LaGrippe, Hoarseness __ 'I handle every class of Liquor .
and lau ht'd in Jour skexe nll.I' to the Bohemian tound.iry. At the Cum Cancer, Blood Poison Eating Sore Throat Croup and ; bulk or bottle, wholesale! or retail, at l-'rI' .1 I Ir

went on slicing more peaches for the present time there are some 430 manu Sores, Ulcers Costs Nothing to Try. are way down.

ladles of f hon you were jealous till fJitories if artificial flowers, leaves, Blood poi"on and deadly cancer Whooping Cough.NO r' AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER.

yen were fund out and broken on the plants and fruits In the district of Dresden are the worst and most deepseatedblood CURE. HO PAY. ...

wheelstye, tin're's the rub! What of which 320 are located in Scbnitz diseases' on earth yet the Price 50c. and $1. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE.
high old times we might bale, to be and the neighboringillnes and 101 In11J"t.stlt'1i easiest to cure when Botanic Blood I lAlICKEStCO.

but for that plaguy contingency and its suburbs. The totalnund.t
4 ure. Balm is Il*ed. If you have bloo PARKER'S
ttt being found out! r of 1''r50ns'noftpt'tlln the trade HAIR BALSAM
is estimated at 1 ?/Il)(), the larger: pro- poison producing nicer, bone pains CI_ and tmilifie. Ibo Plumber
lltortion being females. pimples mucuou* patches falling PrunuftM*r Fail. Injiujot to JHtore puvth.We Ormj. Gas and Steam Fitter I
No Ias.sof ti lilt'. hair itching: kin, scrofula, old rheu- HaIr to it. Youthful Color. ,
Cum rt l,_..k bu ,
I have sold Chamberlain's Colic. Stand Like a Stone Wall. mati-in or oilenive form of cat irrh, Go" udi.a.i p < Iir.rr+ia.Lwag
Cholera and Diarrhea: Remedy for ,;caD:; and scales deadly cancer, eat- No. 6 South Palafox Street.
Between children and] the ing bleeding, festering swellings .-.- --- ---- --- '
I years, and would rather be out of your sores All Kinds Oi: Plumbing and Gas Fittings Materials Key 1)11 "<*
coffee and sugar than it. I sold five tortures of itching and burning/ eczema lumps persistent wart or ore, EI.EPHONB rw r.Ppr.
bottles of it yesterday to threshers .scald head or other kin d i"f>:1seil. take Botanic Blood Balm
that could go no farther, and they How? why by using BucklenV It will cure even the worst case after FOR STEAM DIVISION

are at work again this tnorninH. :;.":" Arnica Salve, earth's preatet heal everything else fails B. B. H. drains ,
11. PiiEH-s. Plymouth, Okl ho- er. Quickest cure for Ulcer Fever the poi-oii out of the system and the EiS.\OOLA. ELEC11tiCTEltMINa A. : tAv:

ma. As will be seen by the above Horea. Salt Rheum, Cuts Burn! or blood then every sore heal, making RAILWAY COMPANY.Tralni e ryStXTESSOK

the thrl'i'ht'r'l're ably to keep on Rrui.,es. Infallible for Piles. 2.>e. the blood pure and rich and buildin -
with their work without losing a at \\'. A. D'Alemberte drug: store :? up the broken-down body. Botanic leave feniicola for tbc Lit.. I
single dav's time. You should keepa 121 :South._PaUfox street.SCHOOL Blood Balm (B. B. B. thoroughly Bayou Fort, Big Kirr&ncas I'.ayou. Nary Ysrand TO AVERY V W"LF.'Lli: I II

bottle of this reined.. in home. ---- tested for 30 years.; Drujr;:
!:10 e.m.srriYe at Fort harrancai 7:15 OF I II
For sale by all ,.iruOgitand mt-di- 1.Pl'LIESt stores, $1 per large bottle. Trial IOIJI) a.m.arrive at tort Barrancas lC:6t ..:1 I
dealers. treatment free by writing Blood 1 OU arrive Fort
e cine : p m. at Fnrracoai 1:.11: t
--- ------ C, \'. IhouipMin'g No. 11 South Balm Co., .Atlanta GA, Describe SJO p. m. arrive at Fort Uarrancai ':!& p Le:15p. HARDWARE. i
trouble m. arrive at fort Karrancai TWp e I
I'alufnt. and free medical advice
*5tC p.m. arrive Fort Harraacai B.t* p.u
Reside the taudard line of -.ta- ?iveu until cured. B B. B. doe not Trains eve Fort Rarrenceslot PeIjIP I

ti nry we have, in tint?. with envelopes contain mineral pod|*nns or m..rcury'as cola at I Iron, Nail-- Axe, Shover. Six; M''I, i 'ii'. ..iSr.<\t
( on advertised, remedie do. ......
to match m.uiy ? 7:15a.m.arrive at Prnsaeola ee.1.o
:Supplies Conking) and Hea'iuj ;o..ov.- Pa. t. Oils
Tbj ilgnatnre IA1 every box cf the genuinelaxative Royal B rd.Hurd' but i iQ cempo-ed of Pure Botanic In. 11\\p m. arrive at Pen.aeola._ 11t ja ,
2iWp. m.llrrlVlJat Peneacota.t Window Gla=3. Gun, Pistols! anl F! tee!; !I.; I'tekle.Agate .
Brorao gredients. Over 8COU te timoni tU of t L
H.jlland Koad.LidiPs' !\:t., p m arrive at P..n&cota .. f.tipt:
rriaeJy that cores a cola lii ooe daj. Art stationery. cures by taking Botanic Blood Balm 7olp m arrive at PenfBjc_._. T-v-p anil Tinware ana (onscriiriiisliini: (iOod J".
Foreign )Mail Etc. 'R. B. n.\ '8:45. p.m.arrlveatk'etaaola __ e 11 I o r

l You will have pride In you OWLS ArtUt1 )!:lHill. Olllce Sup. -- _. ---- --- datoroayeanlyrA1x LrAGE S FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL COMPANYTH

i floef gardens if they arc on your plies. Memorandum Book, Etc. The finest line of umbrellas in the FOR WEKK DATS.Kort .

own ground. Your husband can buya All new and bright.CANDY city i is at J. I. ritf-phens': Go look Penaoale io Barrancat and retain it.. I Revere Giant Htiichcd! -ltiiiif, Nortliampton Emery
+ home, and he can do it now, although at them. nacol8 to Nary Yard and r'turn1t- Wheel Co., L< ftin & Rand Powder Co., Johnson's Kilomine. -
he may think otherwise. ---- 1'emacola to Palmetto Beach and refer: 1> <- Iron Kin and Buck !St'ivp and Ranges, Wm.

Every woman wants a home of her CATHARTIC. + SU.'DAT ICRKDUDB. Coups & Co.'s Raw HiJe Lace Leather: ilasury

own, and if she will have a talk, with Seasonable householdand When weather permits the racolEg! e Made Railroad Colors.

Thus. C. Watson fc Co., the kitchen utensils at the open LeeTt-Pealeoola coacbei. LT Yon latTADOI Masonic Temple. @ Pensacola ria

I leading Real Estate Agents they 9a.m. to a.m.
can show her how easy it Is to get oc 111 Willis Hardware Co.'s.Foley's n a. m. is m -- .-
1 t m I p.iii CHICHI.TIR'8: : [NGLISH
one. 'Ot' Dnale' n ______ I p. B 'II
stamped timer sold: !In balk Ip.m aip.m X ,
Marston $ Quina carry Beware of the dealer who tries to sell Honey and Tar 1 pm. ,s\. 1 ertri. L..Ia.. CCYYJI dirch.rrra.eo0.o'G..r.a..4 r.. BiltG for'r.'" 1.
8 p. m. D m I I 4ait.41.,. ,
the largest line of matting, .omet\ln1! lust u )[ood." ierchiIdren.safesure.oooiates Ip.m. T p. mriBBFOE 4S : ... ('lIlnU=>>TEU'or: t\tLhJl irriUtioni cr ui .temreufe.t.du. '
Ia ICED an' MI".11. ea.r f BBCVO* ?"
-- -- C9BAT vr.PUU.n'ar.T.le..tire. ., P.ialeuSodn4iEa "
rugs, window shade, etc., -- <>'!lIaCOa to jrt Barraaesi N rj Ta .p..4er...... .. ".100<1..<>>._ aad. tbh.J__ wlErwpEllciCo, geatorpoi.unoai +
', Rubber hose all We will launder 1 and and retnrn...-.__, __ I ..... sr too intr..t I..II i i boil y DVSU'U'V&A.
sies your spreads foi h
po 1'.r14..q
; in the cityWe lay our ralBitto Keaek asd \ ... Te.t'o.ddr. 5'laln,01 .
15 otaoola to t' -1.IIeU..II...".,...... ., Ie.t to plate wreY.ti
cents each and make them loot II r.tnre.- ._____ 56ao "'"' .-.. ".IL '''....... ......". Iio."t O wr
C matting free. the inilis Hardware Co.'s. like uw. Star Laundry. rreltbt received alter':11 p. m.I 10'01'1 lb"-. .....,., I'It1LA. VA( +. e'3 Kitvur fiotikag 73.



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Complications Liable to Arise Over the I
Famous of1
liiore widely known Expert on the Eruption
Moore Fund.
1 W thuu! Tho- L. HO*iII Mont Pelee. I .
..,-r real estate dealer Montgomery Ala., May 2G.-The i likely to think of chairsas I New York, May 26.-A. 0. Hoover READ CAREFULLY !

1I. : ,-jt-d in the town j1threr John E. Moore fund Is the most Important I of children when we use of the American Museum of Natural

f ., A : from dys. contribution yet made In the'' that word ) History, who went to Martinique
rickety. on Harris Lithia Water is the best in the world and will cure Indigestion,
jifJ of Kodol DysTHOS.
new Confederate home at Mountain I I the cruiser Dixie to examine the volcanic Diabetes, Brfght's Disease, Gastritis, Catarrh of the Stomach: Cystitis1Irritable
Children with loose joints ,
Creek. cables The Herald
Bladder, RheutsatNo Gout, All Ailections! of the Kidneys and
Some five years ago Mrs. Moore bow-legs, and soft bones have I from Castries St. Lucia: Bladder. .
I If you are afflicted with any of these ills write for our beautiful ;
died and left $2.500 in bank stock to''' rickets It is disease due to "St. Pierre can only be compared to >
a booklet tellin all about the great water and Its! wonderful cures. The
be used in Pompeii. The devastation and desolation
soldiers founding a borne for confederate improper feeding-and atypical are even worse. book is free tj all for the a-kia, and on pageI our standing: offer where.

building at a home or otherwise erecting some | disease for the workings of "It is evident that a tornado of suffocating by you get the water/ric if it doesn't prove all we claim for it.

as a memorial to her dead begun'l Scott's Emulsion.For gas wrecked the buildings, agophyxiated

The Episcopal church the people, fire then completing

of the bequest and was at the meeting trustee the weak growth of the the ruin. This accords with Harris Lithia WaterCarbonatedBEST

of the Episcopal council In Birmingham bones Scott's Emulsion sup- ,I the statement which has been made

last week it I '1! thet asphyxiation of the inhabitants TABLE WATER KNOWN'
was to ] plies those powerful tonics, the
erect a cottage at Mountain Creek i preceded the burning of the city, the

1\lth the money which has now Increased hypophosphites.For I! gas being sulphuretted hydrogen, lgI .

to some J3.000. the loss of flesh Scott's I I muted by lightning or the fires In the Write today fcr partIculars; ,

I I Under the general plan' of the home I] city. The same tornado drove the 11.\HHIS LITIlI.l.ltlXGS CO.

j i to have all the cottages of four rooms i: Emulsion provides the nourishing -j ships In the roadstead to the bottom of ,

the money would put up two nice cot. ': cod-liver oil in an easily ,! the sea or burned them before they Harris Spring; 1 B. 0.

Uges and with the lumber and some I digestible form.It j c uld ( grape. This comes nearer t c>

other material donated three could ba | being a sheet of flames than anything
erected. Some complications are in is these things that account -I heretofore reported: horn any volcano.

prospect under the terms of the will for the rapidity with ":\I\(* was lo-'ic' n two wayo-:liy M W. MARSHALL Pensacola, Fla.

in connection' with |. the inixiiiie! in atmosphere of dust
the title to the lot which Scott's Emulsion cures .
__ % on which the bequest is to be expend and C,m.I! r.sE'J :tam and by cliud- ..I

r \ ed. The land cannot be deeded away rickets. : bursts on tile upper dust covered r __ DLMOPFETT'S Cures Cbolera.Infanfdll, !

t. &OU. fyfar r any purpose. !I children j slopes of the ron(' washing down vast ;a"fI; DiairhoeaDyuntery,uj !

*." lie write '!I I !i Rickety improvein j Quantities of line, light dust. the Bowel Troubles of I

with that !;. every way under its intlu1 i "The great emission of suffocating ,. ,WII.L ) Children! Any Agi.Digestion .

.. k wuulfred a dy.pep Too :Ma eh For I'npa. i ence. i gas and the typical cloudburst explosion -Lrr\J B f-t I ))! Aids the Bowels {(ejulaUs

'"Papa do you !know Low to reach a I with the resulting!' streams of AS"pi" Strengthens ;

i.'ed ID ue Kcdol Co 11(1UOU i! :| Sen Sat Free Sj-nple. mud, ale among the new features I _L ', ,0(.J.. Costs Only 25 cents at Druggists, the TEETHING Child and EASY.Makes .. ..
I 1 ttp r..c'mmtllda'I"l. i I SCOTT & r.mVXE. ChnL.s Pearl! St.. X. V. \
Ho ? >
"CI'rtaluly. you I .. 4 which Pelee has added to the scientific '-'i Or mail 25; ceiU to C. J. MOFFETT. M. D. ST. LOUIS. MO.FLOHLiK'e.'S. .
.":. After one dose, I "Liisy.:: Just take a train." i u -- -- !I know ledge of volt anoes." I I : .>C.,Nov.2K. 1 I'1Il-I was fcstllme.1 If our family physician! ia Charleston to n!e TF.ETHIXA .1 j
: .ni! all those terrible ?" ntii our baby when be was buts very young inf,'t.n a prewiur of ruie! and to warn and sweeten Iheetomaco.L ;
turineiits %Vhat are you talking about I MONTGOMERY LINE SOLD. ..'rr it was u.elul in fcfthms'troubles aid rtstfuct! has.....D t und tobesoierj beuortcoal and IlIfne from faagen : ;
;.\ paed
"A train of thuu;;Lt." __ i I hat are consular upon the u-e o(drug and toothing sirups that w. hare come to retard K.afrr uw "itll three !
.' i ;-tite. al-o I my wife's, I Strike In Denver. 'fiiMwn! tswieof the necettitiei when there U anew baby in the bOil'.aud until thetrr thing t"ubl".re over,anj I I
d.d our food could be en- "Co to bod. -New York Herald.t I Lumberman and Banker Purchase .e tike pleasure m recunioitn.line it Uour f-ien li Ins,..*I of the hnrnd Muff that to many people n.e to keep theta I
Col. i
: i Denver May 26.: -Five thou
baby qaie IUKTWELLS1. AVER lHaoa.-er Deity Times and W krCCTHING.POWDERS :/ Tlme.-u..Dj.r.: ) ;
% -'n we were 21, I am Street .
Railway. mad union
t ; men employed In the build -
:\ Knoufth "310" ('11 Thtrr." I Montgomery. Ala.. May 26.-Captain j .ng trades went on strike today. causing I
!;.>-uft-red! oue diy: with Manager-i'm afraid that new conductor Do you wish to make a little extra
; -luce I commenced to'' j I J. W. DimmU-k has sold 3,162 shares of l.ra<.Ucally a total stoppage ?f BOYS and GIRLS!T money dining spare moments If

( will not bo 11 success. I the Montgomery street railroad to 1 building operations in thU so. you can readily do so, by tell
Dypepsia Cure and I i Superintendent)'? I city. ing our "Blueine." It per rent, commission on all sale- An Indispensable article for i
J it to all of my fellow Ri hard Tlllib: and W. C. O'Neal the household ua... Mery lady liOrhglited when they 8e It. One sheet makes tbe Bneit '
:, Manager-He treats the passenger* I total number of shares being 3,500. The I --- --- Bluc-ftitcr you ever used in the 1o\'a.l1 Write today
v ItU too much consideration-Town WILL CURE CONSTIPATION. some one else, and we will send by retard mail,
I par value of the stock Is 316200. When you have sold them rot urn UiMk-., retaining;
<;oiiI IIonekfper. end Country. : It Is reported that Mr. Tillis paid I'I A. A. Herren, Finch. Ark., writes, slon. Do not delay, but write at once ------------I
: !
| "Foley's Honey and Tar i the best \lldreh8, GLE.S VM'FACIl'UIXO CO.
\r':1., : ve U have to go with ;I Captain Dimmick $184,000 for the
preparation for coughs, colds and I ,I
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.' ist t_us moruiug. stock a little more than 50 cents on'1 ] -
lung l trouble. I know that it ha? '
"I l.i ? POLITICAL the dollar. The deal does not affect cured consumption in the first TIME TABLE. '1'1'I

.- !i'\': '()vk'il sick.-Woman's i the holdings of the 350uOO of outstanding i sta es." W. A. D'Alemberte, 121

U I '1111 l a lIlOU. I II bonds which are held largely ''S.: i Palafox street. I LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD. ,j
Wants Others to Know. .; -
-.. used DeWitt's Little'I ItVe ) _. Mr. Tlllis is a rkh lumberman resld- I Murder Charged to Woman. New Orleans and Mobile. _;1
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Ui.-ers for constipation and For State Senator. ing here and Mr. O'Neal is president Blue Ridge, ra.. May 2H.: -William ',

'it liver and they are all right. I i The friends of Hou. W. A. Ilionnt I. of a bank in Pensarola. There are various Felmont. a young man employed aa So.II. So." i No.2. No.1. I No.1. No.6. !.
ud indorse them for I think i 7:15: a 12lSm 11:1)5 p Len.-. Pensaeola_ArrIve 5:011) a 4l r.> p 11:00 p
to hereby announce him as a candidate I surmises as to the real purpose I. fireman on the Atlanta, Knoxvllle and ea' a :!::!1 p j 1:02, a Lt'ave_. Jo'lomaton.._. Leave 2:1.: a I I !:!II) p 7:2,5 p .,
"If u we find a Rood tiling we oujht: for State Senator from this, the Second of these gentlemen in the purchase.The Northern railroad shot 11\)1):\ a.:::! PI :!:;;') a Luve...._ Mobile ._....Leave HaJn'tl: 12:15 n 1i:1JO P
t others know It." writes Alfred : Senatorial District. and was and killed ..._.--. H: 5p 75.j a Leave _New IlrlnD!!_ Leave ":11 p : 1:15 a I
respect- I --
new traction which is I
company, i I I by Mary Dillard a woman of questionable :=
it.. (Juincy. 111. They never -
ak the of all II
fully : North.
i support Demon I I I
ow building a rival system, is avowed. j I
f or dttres.; Sure: safe lH1I5."Ii' c rat, for him at the coming': primary I character. at the woman's housein II
riiarnucy. John Sheppard, I ly ready to buy at what it considers a' the outskirts of the town. Felmont No. 2. No. 4. So I So. I. I

- ley Kahn. For Representative. I fair price. II. M. Atkinson of At-1 i lived only a few minutes after being 11:el5 p m 12:15 p m Ll'ave..... Pen-aeola .....Arrlve smuOp in 5o am
- 0 The friend of Scott M. Loftin take lanta. was negotiating on a purchase 11:15 a m 6:57 pm Arnvl'.. Montgomery ..J.t'ave llli! a m 1/:85 pm
shot. At the trial the
preliminary lLSii am ilri pmHrlre_. thrniingbant ..I.ene sSdam
him 4tt
his of :
t means announcing as a. pin
. :: -:;;.;;...,;;> .:,;:: -*;.*r-- :::--+ candidate fur in the:' two weeks ago. I woman was committed to jail on the 1:115pm 3lla m Arrtve..a3hvLlte .._..Lllave -.... ..... _.. .. I
representative The 2JoJ a m 1:1:1 a m ArrIve ._. Louisville ._Leave 11:15 m 2:45 I
public jumps to the conclusionthat P a m j
charge of murder. The boly of the 70 ..
PUBLICITY FOR Legislature from Escambia county a m 11:511 amrnve ClocIODatlLt'&ve 6:15) p m 11:1pm
and they desire the support of all the new owners have bought to j dead man was sent to his late home at 7::" a m I I::*l pm 1 Arrive .... lit. Loull... ...Leavp 4L5pm :55pm I

THE PEOPLE. Democrats in the corrin primary. sell a ai-t. Mr. Tillis, however, says 'i I Waynesville: N. C.. for interment. PENSAGOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION. -

they have gone Into it as an investment -
For Renresentative.
and will develop the I o. 21-lIally No. 5-Paily I No stop where time not shown No. I-Dally No. VDatI1i55
\.-,ery Word Costs You a Cent, The friends of Henry C. Cloptoo' property.Slow 1 Los Angeles Gets General Assembly. ; _

'. Word is Heady announce him a, a candidate for i iI \ New York, May 26.-The commie- pm 7:i3) a m Leave Penacots ..... Arrive IOM pm sa: pm''
Eery I ('oDIt'III Kill Time. i I Ii 12:1 nIght 1:13" ......... Bohemia .-. 5od "
erjboJy. representative in the Legislature j sloners to the Presbyterian general ISII"! 7:11 ....... Yniestra ._. IO7"I'I' 11:01" .
from Escambh county, and request'the i It is at onee interesting, and pathetic i assembly decided today to hold the U:!I" 7:1" ._Escambla._ 10.Sj" I 557 ..
-:-:- : : + support of all democrats in tile' to (to through the cells of the eastern IS:35" i5" 'I .... N tllat __ 11):13" 5.5'
comhiz democratic orimarv.I and next general assembly at Los Angeles! 12S\I" 11.: .. .....-.. Harp ..-. ..... .. lon" .I>) -
penitentiary to note the objects i iwbltb ; Cal. Tbere be. I"I"" 7t.1. ....._ G"lt City .__ 11):15" I 6:17"
I..c)!" 'l". I -- -- -- with tedious pains, the prison- |j was a lively contest 12)01"; 1N": ........_ MIlton .... ._ 10:11) 5.:)) .. ,.
----- -- ....,.. For Representative. i tween Cleveland, 0., and Los! Angeles 1JI: am..... 'I .l ...... Good Range._ ...... H 4:1i.'i" ,
The friends of Chas. M. Uoston an- ers have made to while the time away. | 1:5.) lI.n" II ...... .... 1-felts_ "' ;
\ > itii pin Wednesday afterward I and commissioner; who refused .. 8S6" i:!15" .
I Here mantel will be with I a r to 2I) 111" ....._ ..... .'
.> for return to :NFW! ounce him as a candidate for representative a bung a j : .. :\1t1lgan IIO" ':11" .
l 1 his made the t:3i": II ........ "
?mit l the' give name accusation on 5t1 Crestvtew..__ 11:13" 4OO/( "
in the lambrequin elaborately fringed, II
legislature from
i 8:1) S:51" II ........Deer Land_ 8:5.'i" 8:14 .. ..II't't
.n tistiagin to the pubKeward 'E cambia county, and they ask the tine !kunts and delicate patterns of the the floor of the assembly that a rail. 8:23' 9:1.) ...... Mossy head_ 8:,:) 8l'i: ,
I -
\ (or return loM support of all democrats in the com- threads comparing with the work of I|'! road corporation was conducting a lob. 4:0.1 9:5.1: ..DeFuntak3prtnga.. 8 Ii" 2:.* '..
mJt; 4-li 944 l ...... .... Argyle ..._ 7-i.4 "
-- - l m ins primary. the Trench laoeruakers. The lambrequin -, by in favor of the California city. He .:1>1 9:5; .....Ponce de Leoll.... 111" 2t3"211" _
the moderator. 6:00 I.):!.) .. ..Weltv\ll_._ "
'1"N la' 'ro LINI). For Is of an odd blue hue and the vis- was silenced by 7:17" 1:5 '
j County Treasurer. I II IiOI! "
j I .. "
I II : 1'1:15'' l"aryvIlle_ 7U" 1:45: "
-.. -..------- I I announce myself a candidate for I (tor is told that it is made of an old I Ii Stl 10I! _lonlra1.. .._ 6:5.1" I 1t1: ;

\N'-Oa household furni'is renomination for the position; of pair of prison trousers.!' 11:1.1 10:47" _....... blpley: .. ._ 11:31" I4 ,.
S. '. ," and all! kinds of p..r- II: ) 11,17" ....Cottondale.._ 5:19! i
'0 S TVrmt easy Htrictesti county treasurer of Escambia coun-; On a little gilt bracket is a smalltuffed 7:110), 1I:2Ii" .. ...... Iarlal\na ........ 8/10" I'II.! noon..
... Apply! lo A. A. Fisher, t y, subject: to the action of the.demo- animal. The bracket so deli- 7:8 I1Q" .". .. .......... 11\11" I 11:4.1 a m
,' .t -trtwtM cratic I I 7:4: '1" 11:62 .....Orand Rdg_ 1iJt. ..
priinarv. 1I2"
--- i cately turned. Is of newspapers pasted A WEAK STOMACH 1:5i 1:115! noon .. ..... .._ 8nt'ads _. 5:1" ieo .. I
\ !I' ; 8:15" Itl; \rrlveRlverJnnctlon ..Ll'avtl 6:111" i ..
on unproved real e.mall together and gilded and the animal is ItJIII:
> "- amounts At low When the stomach is weak .
." til: nn Lt-itllH 10;. Brooks For Tax Assessor.! 1 a rat. caught in a homemade trap : your food remains undigested, -

l A I.. 1'alafox !4t., Flatter I hereby announce myself as a 1 stuffed with rags and with pieces of I and yon fail to receive the proper I =GOLA= Buy a new garden hose I

Sruliu 1 candidate: for re-election as Tax Assessor chewing gum colored with shoeblack-i nourishment from it. Try a

M". l 1'. .iyoj nefIC d money for K-cambia county, subject i ing for Its eyes. doe of HOSTEITER'S STOMACH Grist i and Corn Peal pills.IB. from the Willis Hardware '
,. .
.. >. .ti .y .nuntyou' ; want to the action of the democratic pri. : A wall is completely covered with a BITTERS after each meal. It Company. !
'lis aid lowost rates
* I uiprovi>d city real mary July 15. I really article decoration of reeds!' on will aid the stomach iu its workof F. GOflZflLEZ CO.
.- .' W. W. RICHARDS. i Prop i, -J f i; :
>"i _
"r.Jll', south Pala. digestion and DYSPEPSIA
i prevent ------
which are perched at least 21 ) birds ---- --- .. :\'
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-- -- For Tax Collector. |, each accurately colored( and drawn. KILlOL'SXLSS Uannfactcrer .'
.0\ A V> i ".. 'tltlllIO .IY and :NRVoCSNESS. ; CHOICE MEAL AND PURE GUOUNt :
I. I There also' numberless checkerboards CHOICEST ;
\ .. -i. I' hereby announce myself as a ;i are Try
.. .' .,- ..', "J.. ,n''''U real esi: i, caudidate for Tax Col- j and sets of chessmen that In it.HOSTETTER'S STOCK FEED. It .

.i, ..,.i. :i nf. H-U -cr.ptlon.hava, |' lector for Escambia county, subjectto j i the delicacy of their inlay work and In. I Patronize Home Industry, for there II OF
.l oru.... UXH attended to the action of the democratic pri- every reason you should buy Meal
roar and
4d' r-> the intricacy of their caning would do
i Wation A Co. i STOMACH
4.. t "' a. l .: i.. ra-icc """nU. Fensai i 1 I mary July 15 i I honor to the craftsmen of the orient BITTERS. I Stock for by 'eed 10 doing from tbe Home Manufacturer,
yoa encourage home
Indus f FRUITS
: 3 nii>
rate To (
"* .i '.,,' r-..".'U u, w. will lend everyone money ___.___ __ | Philadelphia Record.A and try.; you Your In money turn are U left Indirectly In the community benefited. J I
.1 t> l a boil-. d-tf I For Tax Collector. In fostering the bome manufacturer ;yon

The friends of Henry Kellingerannouuce I! contribute to tbe cause of labor. You owe
l'ul' item. '| him as a candidate for Tax I LESSON IN HEALTH. PROFESSIONAL CAEDS. It to the community In whIch you live and
: Healthy kidneys filter the .. which contributes to Tour support.
.. Collector-of E cambia county, sub1i impurities ---- --- APOSTLE'S
\\ j !I
I"k 'iv ? -- _
( furaiitii room at i the democratic from the blood and unless - --- -----
-::0'> j ject to primary to be, they ,
-u :'-<,1. alttt i W. C. ROWE
-----1 i1! held July 15, 1902, and request the I do this good health is Impossible. M. D.
'I\I.I IIla.pAN'i'J..:: j of all Democrat Foley's Kidney Cure makes! sound Pocket cutler!! and scis' 14 East GoriiriHeit St.
support Office: 17 Ii S. I'a Idc
-- -... _u____ __ ._____ x. ,
I ? .kidneys and will positively cure all sors from the finest
to the
\ -.h '-MH. ,
\r I In | .nrn barber trade, i: For Member School Board. i forms of kidney and bladder disease. Hours from 4 to t:3) a. m. and I to 3 p. nand I i Formerly Cordova Restaurant Stand
maneonly; eight weeks I
after 7 at
o'clock.Xhcio cheapest the Willis
-' 11' practice eiport inslruc-I herf.1! It strengthens the whole system : One car-load of
.. I The friends of W. M. Agerton Pineapples at 11.75
,. iiHaiund. .* 'l-pr-: t-nted.. position wages guaran-Hatur- :! b/ announce his candidacy for the i i( street.W. A. D'Alemberte, 121 S. Palafox'' O3. Hardware Co. i to $2.1J) per dozen. ;II
1'iailMj tree Muter Barber ''nomination
'. as a member of the --- -- --- I
I ----- -- -- -- --- .
'i.r as La.. .. mStf |! school( board from di-trict No. 3, -- - ----- -- '
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How -lie Kldnrvi
Vit. i'subject to the democratic primary' 'I
II. \\
1tIl4t. Dr nobbs'SraraJlas PlIIscare all kidney 111. Sam.
- July the 15th, 1W2. i Ole tree. Add.sterling HunieOf Co..Cnicago or f i'.
\\ "0.! solicitor : :
will ,
; pay I -- F.E.Bra
':fl'--toil to !
1 ..1 uffice. right one. Ad- For County Commissioner. OA.STOH.X.A.: 'sOne-PiiceCashHouse
m6tf I
.. I The friends of J.V.. Brewton of B*.n tk. /f I19* Kind Von Hate Always! BongtB i
\\ *. .I I':.....'-At1 A.KBIIDMAS kinds ot empty beer ;, district No. 5 announce him as a I S1ltUl'!'
Dovittj'olt candidate for re-election from said .
--- district subject to the action of the I .
1'0 primaries July 15. .CUT PRICES
i j- '1.11' most desirable lot in I I Do you want a magnificent watch ... IN TWO !

1 .-4-.V terms by tbe Klsber I, For County Commissioner. for little money? If so, call on mi
: '" ncy, 2W:, 1 South: falafoi ,! Mr. Frank Johnson hereby announces Stephens, the jeweler. He will accommodate __

l4alm ;i himself as a candidate for'relection I you. 101M) yards Dress rtwisses, worth 6c 20 dozen Ladies' Lisle Thread I 50
I'I yard, yards for 30 cents. I Vests pieces Medicated 21-inch Cotton
pOlI4'l"UY. as county commissioner I worth 35 cents, yours for 20
Diaper j I
-- - ...... 1 from district four, Escambia cents. lOyards In a piece,. worth
county, ,,
" "IN i 1000 yards Dress Dimitys worth I Boc, for this sale .
will of the .
the democratic
1 stock subject to A. Wade & Son 10 for
and Eggs for salQa 'jC, yards 45 cents. KM Boy's and
Willis lardwarei'o's. la stf ., voters in the coming primaries. He Men's collars 100 dozen Ladies' Fast Black
IIA1It does this for the reason that he j> 2000 yards bleached yard wide Do- I broken sizes, to close out at 3 each. Seamless Hose, regular lOc Full I

GOU'o wants the office and thinks he can 1 mestic, yards for 45 cents for this sale .I
j REAL ESTATE j 2.*) Ladies' Madras and White 6l.ic a pair 4 pafffor
M .".\I\\il"BEIREManufactnre r 1! be of benefit to the best interests of I Waists 2jc.
.1.. a .al..r l in Hair Goods, Hats. Toilet the whole county. If bis friends |; 2000 yards unbleached Sea Island I 4-5c. worth 75c and n. to close at

i sk: :'alOll.ltc.,8'P W. Oovernment ,i and the people interested agree with I Rental Agents ail( Money Brokers, i yard wide Domestic, 10 yards for 45 : 100 dozen Men'a Seamless Halt

t --=-- -"'" him, be will appreciate their sup |I': cents. I 50 pairs Lace Curtains, 21. yards 5c Hose, m brown, red and black, for I _.

.Int'. -!.'.-...-l-'or- -l--uiiurulM.......-- ;I port. j 28 Vet Government St. I II 2000::: yard Embroideries! regular long, regular 75c goods, to close at a pair. ..

II' F "' {.; FOR FUNERALS fuUhed For County Commissioner. I price TJa to S>j/c, 10 yards for 15 cents. iOC. 25 dozen lo r'8 French Dropped. j,
';Iy Stitched
j. '!:tte In bouquets Moreno 8a:or special West Gregory designs ||i I hereby announce myself as a I City, Surburban Property and 1000 Dress 25; dozen Large Turkish Bath Tow- close at 25c Under each.Shirts, worth 40c, to j .....

sa. ._; 29dlm I candidate for re-election as county j yards Pique and Ducks: els, worth f 2, will close at Jl.20. Drawers to match. _I

L'T commissioner from district 2 of E,;. Timbered Lands for Sale. I worth 10 and 12,2c, 10 yards for 85 20 dozen 30 dozen Men's Fancy l Striped !
l-'LOWEH"'i. I cents. 21x3S-lnch Bleached
cambia county, subject to the action Lace Under Shirts
'--'- Towels 45c each.
- "-"-'" 1 for this sale Draw.
( !BOWERS and floral teslgnio'signa of the democratic primaries July 15, 1000 yards Dress Cross Bar worth at SOc dozen. ers to match. !
'a *' ordered for cn tomer t, and ask the support of the voters 35 dozen 2Sx42-incb
Bents Colleeted Prompt Hetarns fsde 8c 10 for 5') Towels, reg2 dozen
'r- >lltt Moreno KS West Gregory; j JOHN O. WELSH. yards cents. ular lOc Ladles' Black and Colored ;
ftttlm j I i! goods, for this sale, 90c Silk Taffetta Waists

I For Commissioner. 25 dozen Ladies' Bleached Vests, dozen. 3.oO, to close at f 2 20 ,each.regular price
Bummer Law School. \ County Valuable City Property, Improved ( With tape in neck, 6 vests for 25 m. yards White ;
I The friends of W. A. Shelby here- t'cents. Batiste Lawn, This sale will
UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA. |I by announce his candidacy for re- and Unimproved i regular 12H quality 10 yards for S5c. for longer than one positively week. not rna .

mountains.: 'tid 8umml'r. Jaly'i election as county commissionerfrom for Sale. .. ,
Ii 'mberi.i! By the Law Faculty. district No. 3 of Escambia

'.1 0 begtnnerstocftutaesfo pra tlt! loneors who have lacked then county, subject to the action of the List with Us your Houses for Rent. F. E. BKAWNER'S ONE-PRICE CASH loUSE

instruction. For catalogue,ad- democratic primaries July 15, and !
ask for him the hearty support of all

S. II9&. Secret4ry, tbarlotte33ilte fa.00' democrats. We Guarantee Satisfaction. .0 105 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET@< ,

._--'...... <.-' .;" '. -'" ., '" $":' .'-'" ._. *- ", : ..:.: .. '-. -' .. ..-s.. ___ ___ ...:-,, _'. _... ->< .' "' ::;:; ....:- .:_---.o. ."", _"_'__ __ ::- ..:_.,._.-'.---:: _'. .-.r.--. -- .;- .- -'.- -,,$:;..;.

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,,,1,1 ti. BPC .:.:.:.;.-':It I.I how primary many, they votee don't he elect receives The the DO NUT NEGLECT EXCURSION FROMMOBILE UStroE iKt| t ID the'\\V orlr d!

legislature! alone, under the constitution -

: Politics andPoliticians. 3 I of the United !States has that THE LITTLE ILLS OF TO-DAY The 421 Annual Stttrraent! rr \'use
I Ending December JIUi.
Ettered at the Poet Office at Pen acol t II iwyj o|
right. If the majority of the legislators -
HOOod-claulllatter. J I I The excursion train from Mobile

i I'alafox OFFICE :-Pltt'i. np-iUlr Building, !11}$ Boutbt. If j f fk ] I I chances be! for against election Mr.would Mallory be indeed, his Tbe Use' of I arrived brought on time here yesterday about four afternoonand hun- I THE f EQUITABLE[ij l[ \

'1)) THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. : slim. dred patrons,who were for the most

Editor. Locifly
M I. B. HILSON, Managing Enough has leaked to show thata part negroes.As

J W. M. BALL, Business Manager. Briefly, a few days ago, I sounded soon as the train came to a stop,

Itp a note of warning that the demo deep-laid scheme has been con I Assets ........ .- . . fa.3?
all the street u3syi()
scattered over !
Term: Invariably in Advance. of cocted. Wilkinson Call's candidacy Compound negroes

:n OAt Year by Mall .._... ._$5 00 Iq I IJ crats of Eecambia county-and means more than appears on the and strangers could be seen every Liabilities.! .tr:,
6 I other county in the state- I
BU Month --- -- every
where. A brass accompanies
'.tA One Carrier, Payable Monday 10 should vote for no man for the legislature face. Mr. Mallory'e friends must be Eradicate from the Blood Surplus(from which Divldends -
and doing. Vote for no man for the crowd, and music filled the air are paid. .. .. 7;.'_<, 4.
II :
Knits Furnished Application known be
j AdeeMising who is not to loyal ==- :
unless he pledges amid Sy",tent the !Seeds in a short while afterward.For .
the legislature Paid to Policy-holders in

>g> TELEPHONE NO. IIS. I supporter persistent of and Senator systematic! Mallory attemptswere ; that : himself to vote for S. R. Mallory for of Disease.As Over Sixty Year. I 1901... .... .. ...... ..$ 2: 'it\\,,

New Insurance in 1901-.J 24.! ; ,
MI. I t-
the United States senate. And, too, I MRS. Wi!IaLOw'e BOOT HI NO STEUP bw
( .EEL) beiLg made in certain counties trains of sand make our lofty been used for over sixty years by mllltoniol Total Insurance in force
i of the state to make the primary it might be well to post yourself mountains drops of water the mothers for their children. while teething, Dec. 31, 1901..U.1i9.l7. -#;
massive with perfect Inccl''' It sooth the child .
the influences which brought mighty ocean, and as our
of nomination so repugnantand upon softens the lomlatlA.1 all paineurei wind Notwithstanding the Jtreattrfr\j! .
system buildings are made of one brick piled colic and la the belt remedy for Ularrboem.It cial of the
FEIBAOOLA. MAY 27,1902. eo badly tangled that when thelegislature pressure to bear upon certain persons upon another, eo do the little ills! |lof will relieve the poor little sufferer lm.I strength which Society and. tc;*
Hold every part greater security its dtcv.
of I I mediately. by Druggist p
assembles they can who succeeded in inducing the life contribute to the building up jot I the world. cents a bottle holders thereby enjoy the RTF.*
I deadly diseases in the body. Be lure you ask for"M rs.Wlcilow't booth- LOW and
THIKK'S no particular harm In charge fraud and complication*, ignore third man, apparently against his Experienced medical men claim log Syrup."and take no other kind. I are GUARANTEES bet-
I ter than given by other
copying items from other papers I will, to become a candidate in the that fully three-fourths of our men '' i compahetKNOWLES
of the ,
the verdict primary 'GRADUATING
without credit, but if credit is givenit I and women enter the summer sea CLASS I
Third congressional district, and with little ills and symptoms of
elect United States son
should be done correctly. We find I proceed to a I ,
connection tie one thing has disease, which must develop into BROS.,
in a Middle Florida paper three I senator in opposition to the wishes I serious and fatal troubles if not ban I

4 paragraphs taken from THE NEWS I of the people. This is not idle talk. upon the other. ished at once. G"neratgf'ntll,
aco1a -- I II We hear our friends complainingdaily
and credited to P! Daily I It is a real condition which must be of rheumatic tendencies, sharp : There are twenty members of the : 309 B. Palafox St.. PENSAi I If( A
I I have received Mr. Coston's mes :
THE Ht Augustine Record states guarded against. ,: and darting neuralgic pains, dyspepsia graduating class of public school
I' sage. Glad to hear he is such asincere I pains in the side and back.
that a large green turtle has been : No. 1 this fifteen ladies
But what nervousness, and sleeplessness! ; and year young Your
Mallory man. Money
tbe beach near Mantanzas Others the drift, and they are
on see
captured the effects
we see our own eyes : and five young men. Of these fourteen
the first for several year. ,' preparing to combat it, In Jacksonville I' does Mr. Colton mean by "IF Senator -j I of impure blood in facial blotches, I

Green turtle stew, as made by Kt. !I Mallory receives a majority of : eruptions, and sores. The little ills received firt-cla-s and MX
J. )r. Burs, secretary of BackI
build the
Augustine experts, i* as famous in ; and pains today up second-class! : certificates. The members #
the state democratic campaign! committee i the votes cast in this county for I alarming and fatal diseases that follow !
its class as tiavannah's ArtIllery' I' of the class are :
; days and weeks of neglect.
:United !States:: senator? Is there
much harmless. was interviewed a tew days \ A
punch-:and more WUe and intelligent people who Misses Lomie Gould, 15es-ie Hi-: ,I
-- by the Metropolis Among other some other candidate slated to come have looked into the claims of WOK IT
> riioiiBic t a LIe Untie. ago I followed sett, Salsa Duncan Bertha Williams,
ltap| i> : out at the eleventh hour and does. Paine's Celery Compound and
Florida legislatures are, apparently things he aid: I its remarkable cures of relatives Katrine Laney, Mary Morrison, BUFFALOBaking
Mr. Co-ton thick it possible for any friend, and neighbors, use it
higher in authority than the constitution "I know that persons opposed to i ii .i
themselves with faith and confidence Clara Anderson, Celestine! Juina.
of the state. At least, they : the primary system various partsof I i I such candidate to receive more votesin I I to banish their symptoms of Julia Gay, Nell Richards Lizzie I I Powder

eetm to have assumed the position I the state are usicg every possible this county than Senator Mallory? coming troubles, to cleanse the

that there is nothing in that instrument : i I THE POLITICIAN.Foley's I blood, to re-establish nerve force, Waite, Annie Chrbtopherron, Alice
means to bring the primary system energy, and bodily strength, so that Does not Give Per-
which they are bound to re- I I Haley, Jettie Smith, Frances! Swain
I iuto disrepute and to cause troublein I! they will be in condition to with- (SatisfactionGuaranteed
spectand obey, unless", they choose I Honey and Tar contains stand the enervating effects of the : )Ie<; Markham Broughton, Herbert

to do so. the first primary, in the hopes I i no opiates and can safely be given : coming hot weather. I Roberts, Lawrence Green John

The con-titutiou commands-and I will the 'I II In every community where Paine'sCelery
that W.
they thereby destroy to children. A. D'Alembtrte, Choate, Harry Waenhelm.He.a' .
i Compound has been used at !
its command is especially directed ." I IH: r;. Palafox street.
primary ystem. this season to banish disease, it is regarded -
{o the legislatures-that the legislature ; I as a godsend. Workers in '. a Great Secret.It .FI

which should meet In lhti7, "aud'I Mr. Barrs also calls attention to : CREDITORSHELD office, shops factories, and weary is often asked how such startling

those that shall meet every ten 1 and run down wives and mothers in cures that: puzzle the best physicians
the fact that about one-third of the I .
their homes have thanked Heavenfor
. years thereafter," shall re-apportion'! ure effected by Dr. King's New Discovery
for the of delegates to the last state convention MEETING i' Dr. Phelps' marvelous prescription I for Consumption. Here's the
tbe state representation well.
because it made them
II I secret. It cuts out the phlegm and
the people in that body, "as nearly I were opposed to the primary Try a bottle or two, ye who are ailing germ infected mucus, and lets the !I I

as! possible according to population," ; !system; that they are still opposedto and sick; it will give you what life-giving oxygen enrich and vit'lli i I II
that shall j The in the you most stand in need of-health ize the blood. It heals tee inflamed
with a proviso no county I creditors bankruptcy i
it and I I
are fighting by every and new life.DI'amond I
throat and Hard
Lave less than one nor more than I means at their command.A I ca=e of F. H. Cobb, Jr., held a meet- colds and stubborn lungs.coughs! soon Absolutely Pure.

three representatives.It i ing before Referee Nichols yester- Die"?11 color fever anything fail! Never any color.lade. yield to Dr. King's New Discovery, I --- --

became the duty, therefore, of i the most infallible remedy for all I It makes delicious biscmru! ii
facts which Mr. liars -- --- ---"----- -----
I few to and submitted their various .
the legislature of 1897 to perform the :' day, Throat and Lung diseases.! Guaranteed I fins, etc.

act of apportionment, but that body : calls attention are worthy of note. claims, which were received and TONY GOMEZ bottles 50 c and fl.00. Trial You can prove this h. ,,\ .!
bottles free at W. A. D'Alemberte's, BlTFFAOatrial.
failed to do so. The legislatures of He says thatJ. :: passed upon. i ii I,I 121 Houth Palafox street. .

Ib'Jtt and 1901 likewise ignored the : A. McDonald, chairman of the i Mr. Cobb made application for a BADLY HURT OSCAR E 1'\1"MA! A .
iiiindate of the constitution I BANNER I
8 A
positive Dade county committee, is in favorof : final discharge under the relief ? LYE,
unless indeed, the be I --
theory can
maintained that apportionment having I permitting republicans to vote in ; afforded by the bankruptcy act. The the moat healing..Iveln Vv world ,I : 1:
Gomez white at
Tony residing
the democratic primaries.That : ground was well taken, ani the
failed in Ib97, cannot be performed I II ,
I 'i 215; South Barcelona street, was bad: Sane loney
yourl firmlure
until 1J7. Such a theory would' the element controlling the i referee will report favorably upon !

simply amount to a declaration that Volusia: county committee have always I the matter.A I II ly hurt yesterday! afternoon whileat at Marston $ Quina'sGreat I y

one violation of the constitution I work on the government dock at I
opposed primary elections. : number of lawyers, representing i Furniture Empo- o
justifies almost any other violation j: Fort McRee. He was brought here
That IKH informed that in one j different clients, attended the meet- rium.
which the legislature desire
may to
I at i"ii.'k: o'clock in the afternoon in a
commit. county they contemplate permitting
launch and carried to his home in 11t.)1
Now that the people are engagedin negroes to vote in the primary, Holds l* I ......NN.....tN........o
|> a COnlhlllllan.t
the ambulance from St. Anthony'shospital '
choosiug their respective representatives claiming that they are democrats.Now the end of the campaign,"

-upon an apportionment writes Champ Clark, Missouri's where both medical and 'j DEMOCRATIC |

which is fuuctus oflicio-it may be let us look this situation brilliant congressman! "from over- surgical attention was rendered
well for them to decide whether t work, nervous tension, loss of sleep
square in the face. Poor old man and constant speaking I had about i Gomez was resting! as comfortablyas

their servants thus chosen shall pro I Wilkinson Call has been furnished utterly collapsed. It seemed that all I circumstances would permit of i I
ceed to effect the of the RALLY \
purpose I the organs in my body were out of I IF YOU HAVE TO :SNAil H
fundamental w, defied and ignortd -: with $10.000, so they say, to oppose order but three bottles of Electric today. .

the of those whom for United Bitters made brie all right. It's the I No have witnessedthe A
by predecessors : Mr. Mallory the States one seems to Quick Lunch,
best all-round medicine ever sold I !
they are thus about to select,or shall senate. over a druggist's! counter." Over : accident, but from all reportsGomez
be instructed to perform the duty 1 I wo-ked, run-down men and weak, derrick and EAST END
In some counties negroes and republicans : was working on a
which should have been performed I. sickly women gain splendid health Our service is as rapid as w.iiii;:
previously by others, not specifically I will be permitted to vote and vitality from Electric Bitters. I I was stationed near a swivel joint i! DEMOCRATIC CLUB i I waiter, perfect management et.i

instructed save by the constitution Iin the democratic primaries.! I Try them. Only 60c. Guaranteed bvW. when the latter broke and caused I : modern facilities can make it 'I'1
I A, D'Alemberte, 121 South Paf- : : ; ten-minute eater can !.,-
itself. I There will be cries of fraud. Wilkinson afox street.Cleaning. heavy weights to fall upon the In'ln.One I. t East Government rtt: hunger without impairing appea-his d!,:*"

Under the terms of the constitution ; Call will be used I --- of his it is said I tion.
to contest I legs was sprained TO-NICHT AT 8 O'CLOCK.
the only equitable
reapportionment ladie
the result! of the primary election before skirts and waist in two places and the left side generally Th3 20th Century
bated is of I .
possible, upon the cen- : one our specialties. Star Laun .

tusof 19uO, is i! the following: the next legislature. I dry. : injured. : Addresses will be delivered by : Kestaurantz:.

Countiesentitled totiiree representatives ; Suppose the friends of :Mr. Mallory I -- : As the ambulance, with its human : :-SCOTT. LOFTIX, t !serves a variety of excellent f-'d

: Alachua, Duval, Ecam-: should pin their faith upon the HORSES FOR : burden was slowly making its way t H. C. CLOPTON, j specially prepared and suitabi" f' r

bia, Oad den, Hills-borough, Jaek- i election alone and HENRY BKLLINOKR. hasty eating.
primary carelesslylet I up the street a large crowd followed : : Our Sandwiches and Dairy Ili->: tare -.
Marion.Counties .
Madison aud '
entitled to two repre.entatlns his enemies elect a majority of SOUTH AFRICA : after, and when occasional stop was t really delightful.

: Columbia, Jefferson, Ham the legislators. Call makes the con- I I ___ : necessary, the surging mob crowded The public is cordially invited I'hone 471.

ilton, Leon, Monroe, Polk and t-fu- I test. The result of the primary is ;I : in and greatly interfered with the : to attend. 2: Pearl & Blumer.

wanee. declared null and void. One of the It is learned from what knight be efforts of kindly hands which were .......................1.. 216 K. Palafox rtt.m : .

Counties entitled to one representative -: initiated jump! to his feet aud nominates taken as authoritative sources, that : endeavoring to afford the Injured .

: Baker,' Bradford, Brevard, I negotiations for the handling of J I

Calhoun, Citru, Clay, Dade, De George P. Raney as a compromise :several ship loads of horses and man relief from pain. ORANGE MINTIs

goto, Franklin, Hernando, Holmes, I candidate. All the other initiated mules for the British in South I Ladies Can Wear bhueoone
army r l11IrvvvYflIvvvv:4!
Lafayette, Lake, Lee, Levy, Liberty, j vote for him. Where then \frica are now pending. sire smaller after u"mg Allen's FoolI a New DrinkAT []

Manatee, Nassau. Orange, Osceola would Mr. Mallory be? No matterHood's I ":a.f,H powder to bf tbnken Into.the F.
It makes tight or new Sh0t'8 feel..- i
Pasco, Putnam, Kt. Johns, Hanta j I I It is understood that a ship will ,i rehff to corns and bunion"y";.gUesInstant If '- -

Rosa, tjumter. Taylor, \'oluliaVa- load here early in June full up, and the greatest comfort dl-covt'ry of the age
Cures: and prrventsewollen f..t. Mister ...ANDERSOIS"S...
kulla, Walton and Washington. i Sarsaparilla : that portion of the steamship Ver I I callous and core puts. Allen's Foot-Kate
I ,
Uncertain fur
I I cure totaling hot aching
Analysis! of the foregoing will I, lias won siu-ccss far beyond the effectof mont's cargo will be livestock. I feet. Mail drcggisli and hoe. stores, :!:.r.Iiion'taccept Big Stock : All Kinds :
show that each of the eight first- I anysubstltutr Trml pnrkave
: only.The t FREE by:mail. Aadre-i, Allen K. llmMed.
named will !gain one representative, What Thin Folks-Need Li Roy, N";. Y. Y
ferret of its wonderful All
I popularity t GEORGE Prices !
while the following will each lose I ,:\
> a greater power of digesting and
i is explained by its unapproachable\ I COmOlTsALE ..
one: Bradford, Lake: Nassau, Orange I assimilating food. For them 1)r.Kings MILCH 10 I J
Putnam, .t. Johns Santa : \Itrit. I New Life fills work wonders. :
Rosa and Volusia. The effect of the Ba-e.,l upon a pro-cription which I They tone, gently and expel regulate all the poisons digestiveorgans from OR EXCHANCEFOR [EDISON r PHONOGRAPH !

failure of three successive legi
tures to obey the con-tituti has Hood's Sarsaparilla appetite, make healthy flesh. -
i Free With Each Machine
Only 2'c. a: W. A. D'Alemberte's.
will be in liltt
been-and again -to
Call at lOS Weot Cha-e street and
t'nites the best-ktwwil vrjfetabfr rrine 121: South Palafox street.
deprive for eight years each of the I I make your choice.
eight counties first above named of ;
one representative to which each i : and process as to have curative Sl'UK BATHING KSTADLISHMKNT i -ACity Base Ball

I power i.ruliar to it elf.I ,
was justly entitled, in order that the Taxes !
1 Bathing in the warm gulf waters is 1j
Its cures of scrofula,
eight counties named above as destined psoriasis ,
conceeded to be the finest! in the
to lose one representative each : and every kind of Immor. as well world. Everything for pleasure with Jar

nnder reapportionment might continue I as ratarrh antll'll.'umalislIIpro"e safety.: Good board and lodging, by Remember the main Ping Pong.
the day or week. Luncheon I
I toenjoyforthe same period, : Hood's promptly
a representation to which they were Sarsaparilla served at all hours! day or night. thing to do now is to pay Big Repair Shop!
the bet Mood purifier ,
ever produced.Its
not entitled.No : 2m-tf Manager. your city taxes before ce1J
ciuvof ly"pep+it, loss of appetite ; Can Impair any old thing'
of the
explanation: -i and that tired feelinsr make it the Garden tools in endless you are advertised You
attitude of the three successive |rieate+t stomach tonic and streiijrth- And fit Keys to any old helm '

legislatures upon this question has re-torer the world JII s ever knvn. variety and at rock bottom are now paying 3 per Elegant china closets,

ever been vouchsafed to the people ; Hood's SarsaparillaIs prices at the Willis Hard- cent interest.N. sideboards and leather- B. Bruee

whom they were supposed to represent ware Co.'s. seat chairs at Marston $ ,

; but it is high time tint justice. a thoroughly goal medicine Begin -- ---- McK. OERTING.mJU Quina'S' Low
to take it TODAY. Get PJlly.BaIMIU Stops the Tickling prices; easy
L : jA wtver tardy, should be done. I : j I 5:4Q t ciJwtierL.rzcaccmas.4net : City Tax Collector. Ipayments. j 15 B. Palafox.



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C O'NEAl, President; F. c. HORTON, Cashier; rale of the state committee that candidates I I I
T'I.'FOSHEE,Yice.Pruident; M. E. CLARK Au't Cashier. .
(, Goadon.Mc ei BtAt0D10U.t of the for the legislature must file I .

notice of their candidacy with the f

state committee by June 10, with a
BANKOF receipt showing that they had paid I

| their assessment to the county com-


On motion of Dave Tobin it was

RESOURCES.! LIABILITIES. ordered that the committee agree

pine i L aU''. .. . .. ..... ....... .... .. J455.644.96 Capital Stock ...... .... ......... ...... .... $200.000.00 upon assessment for legislative can- SPECIAL SALE
Dtcaud Loans. ... .. ...... ...... ...... .... 67,034.61 Surplus Fund.... ...... .... .... ...... .. .... 10,000.00 didates before June 10 that can-
onrdrafte. ..... .... ....:. ...... ............ ],!1l4.19 Net Profits........... ...... .... .... .... 7,164.91 ; !
r "f. Bond and Premium... ...... ...... bO.2 O.OO Rediscounts...... ............ ...... .... .... 132650.89 didate for the legislature can enter -OFCambric I
furniture and Fixtures... ...... .... ...... 6,718.48 Circulation...... ...... ...... .... .... .... 75000.00 after that date but that all other
jR. fitaccp?.... ...... .... .... ... .... ...... 607.75 Deposits............ ...... ............ ...... 444,31525 candidates have until noon June 24
end Exchange...... ......... ....... .. 257,062.16
ass I to file their notice of candidacy and Underwear I ItaFOR ,'' rr

tfe69.132.05 $669,132.05 : pay their assessment.The .

Tt IE bank opened for business October 23,1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will giver committee then adjourneduntil
y. tutitfcs* prompt, courteous and careful attention. II the night of June 24,when they ONE WEEK ONLY-! ( I

Interest Paid on Time Deposits. will meet to select inspectors and ,-

I clerks, Chairman Parkhill inviting t
-- all candidates to be present at that 'i I
look after the educational interests !I, We will Offer Our Entire Line of Ladies'

B. H. FAIRCHILD, of the county. DEMOCRATIC .
I Cambric Underwear at a Discount of

IIIsT20L8T> The commencement of the Catho meeting.MARITIME. h

lic Creole school will take place at
Clutter's hall at 7 o'clock Thursday

!:'jfl *r* and Refinishing FurnitJ't a evening.The EXPORT

SfeciaJfPbono /. I For May tOdate...... ... .... ... ..._.17u2.4(1; .25C. j j
smacks G. L. Daboll and Four COMMITTEEPursuant :

-1OO. Friends arrived from the snapper ARRIVED.Am .
ech Maile,55, New Orleans,
: Ward to
banks' this morning with a catch of I I master

R. K. WHITE, I 2,6iO snappers. to call the democratic CLEARFD.: R. HALLIDAY & CO.,

I| A new cement sidewalk is being :I i Br ss Hcaw Fell Jill, Msrtt'n>l'n. by Gulf I
Tuehmaker, .Manufacturing Jeweler committee of this county met at the !1'Transit Co for Genoa, with lSi! .> pcs oak
placed on the south side of S. A. ,I Ftavt'&.:I.':$gale turpentine, 2'long tots Telephone J J93. .; *'* 33-35 Palafox St.N. : f
office of T. R. last
and graduate Optician, Friedman's bar of Judge McCullagh ;1 pbospbaterock: value IJ3.-..7SAILED.
corner Zarragoa I': _....... .... t
and Palafox streets.A. night, Chairman C. B. Parkhill presiding I 1 t

s .e uth hl utoi 't., rfD*&foi.,ru and Secretary Dan Murphy It bk Marlinin Zino Kufcos Ayrrs (cri i B.-Tliis Sale will positively only last One Week, \I f>
M. filed suit
Avery on open account order 1
at the desk. beginning Monday May 26 and ending BaturdayMay 31. a
-.' --... .. ;( this morning against the
J 1'ensicnla Planing Mill Co. for $b ;
J. C. Avery, E-q., i is attorney for the the members from precincts 1,3, 4, 191J'ljl1vy\jl1vY'YM wmH\j\
VEB8KL.8 IS 1'Or.T. :
HEWS NOTES ; 6, 7,13,15: and 19 were absent.H. i STEAM Ml US. .. -.

A wood pile in the rear of the I C. Clopton stated that he was Br Cynthia, !WH, Deans, to W S Kej ter A .
Moore Ice Factory caught fire! at 6:30 I Co .
/ a candidate for the legislature and 1 Hpan Krancisca, Iviy, Kebevaerm, to Gulf 'For
--- -
o'clock this mornlug. It burned very II Transit Co L\
,. .Lrmeetingof the Ptn>acola rapidly and the department was under the rules of the state committee Lumber Nor Fan Co; tJl"i", ReinerUen to Pvntacola : :..,

I! Society tonigiit.! called by telephone. No damage. tendered his re-iguatiou as a Br '.h nroe,:!:JIIII, Cooper to order 'I '
i Hr Hornby Cabtle, ::C*, tiaudge, totiulJ :: :
Semi-Dress *
,. member of the committee. He I Transit L 3
lurk Uolombini was; released reel to
The concert and dance: of the Pen- I' Hr tll'awl..II.1r.II.: Marltnsen, Iotiulf Transit :
1 'Liluarantiueyesterdavandcame: ,, sacola Concert band at Magnolia oinmended A. C. Berry as his sucI Co
I I Vermont, 277-;: Of borne, to C W Ha-
t" t.e! city to load. Bluff, advertised for Thursday ni ht,1 censor.!' gernaa t! PATENT KID

Tne U. S. steamer A. D. : has been postponed until Friday I The resignation was accepted and King Cenrio SHU'S.Nor 1' Pensacola9LUillber I

.- wa- up to Kaylen wharf yejlytakiugoncoal. ,;-: night on aciouut: of the closing exercise Chairman P.irkhill expressed regret Co BARKS I $ Blucher Oxford
'> I of the public shool at the \P, i
I that circumstances made it necessary Nor Agathe.117;$, BJonnesp, to 8 8 LCo
opera house.'I'hough'tia. Kus Albion.i5; Snail,to H M Leo I '
'. Maid vaudeville show at Kupf-i for Mr. Clopton to resign. ltColurabini.iv\ 1'arocli, to order CAP TOE, HUGHY LAST
.1. park this sutra ner would pay ':, midsummer and trade : Nor Hiriiia,'.<.\\j,Johnson, to orderfCGufseppe ft : {i
Dave Sheehan nominated J> AlbuHloVW, Monti,to KokB'.co -
--I'tmnua Company. generally i-? quiet, there is no let upi Henry Krosi t l: jj MEDIUM SORE, 1 .
train Fillingim to succeed Mr. Cloptou i HUll Hera, 1KI7' HotcgMom.!; toSS LCo ; .
travel here. brings
i to Every I f
Br l3
to J HMarsters.a!, t rank to order : (1 MEDIUM EXTENSION
; to foreign
fie exports ports up I visitors, who come on business or and the nomination was secondedby Rue Lima WO Burke to Pennacola Lumber : t 1
hoursol the customhouse Co '
doMng pleasure, and the popular home of Nor EDGE, I :
i J. D. Waters. Mataura. 11 3, Bruusgaard, to M P
\--terdav had reached $07bo40.! | Shelter Co '
j these traveling people is the Merchants '
i J. T. FilliHgim, present with a Nor Paragon Til, Kusch. to H P t+botter :IIa .li" .Ja.-:: COMMON SENSE HEEL. :
Y sailed'(' shows Co
The Hu-iaa bark -ta vat hotel. The register
being a candidate, was, at It Bait Antonia de I'lirdovaMl,quarto ,i
..trttrday with valuable cargo of each day a goodly array of arrivals to order

in and for Ola" ow. and night applicants his request, excused from voting. HR IGs.
r>? turpentine nearly every I It Due Borelle B 1)48.Costa to order A CoffifortableandNobbyShoel'or the Cluu.

Ben Dunham, the champion bar for accommodation are turned away Upon a vote being taken Mr. Berry I Am HJnlnwar,5iAxelsen.' master

'former of the world, can be seen I' because the house i is full. Hut they I received four votes and Mr. Fil- Am James A (Garfield W. lull!, to 8 8 LCo .... ......,... ."..
Am Nellie \V Hawlett, W: Mumford, to
and and the faces in the
house tomorrow eveniirmiti2ham come go ;, J vi Roberts, Agent '
: opera lingim five. Mr. Filliugim was de. r
lobby change day by day. hr UnIOn,i2:, Foster to matter
clared elected.
excursionists I '(111 h.rll(111 hers! Mothers! uP. CLEARED AND MAILED FOB PEIc ,
Chairmain Parkhill read the call 8ACOLA.ITEAMBHirg..
., In here Sunday w-re all How many children areat this Kraion ftrithand ?- I
; \' oui.tipitted. with bail stomach of the state committee and stated j i NVTIIAN, riCllii.MiiJ: : I'olirielnr.Leaders .
-. with I'enacola and its mig- and bfHdHcbe. M'Hh..rUrav'ti: Hwert 1'ow- Krild London March :'I I
tiers fur children*ill always cur. If worms that in addition to other county olli- /uzpirak bat,bpitn.hid rtllbao March *!
xport facilities are pre+t'nt they will certainly' remote HtKKHAlexander of Low Prices. H7 South Palafox Street.
them. At all dru (KiM*. -'."> cts. t-anipli-s ters to be voted for in the primary Lawrence, Nor, 11M, Kot-nrlo
1 I March 1 t
iimiltnl HtKK. AadrfsaAllfU h. Olmstt'd.I .
Kfimett has eold out hi- ,\]I Lt'I.oy.OO. Y.CONCERT. there would be justices of the peace Anita M, It,,:ar3: atTeneriffe Nov 20Harsaghl're t:
It. hid --avona Marcb lu
:<. J. M. Coe and will.,! AND DANCE-- AT from districts 1 and 4 and constables Cognali,11.5; ."!,at Marseilles Ian 11 Sold On Guaranteeto It
olive Mount, It, Bid Leitb Jan 12
ii..ut ten day* for .St. Louis.,i :MAGNOLIA BLl FF POSTPONED I from 1. 3.4.5 and 6. Virginia, It, sid Malaga, A prillM'Hon" ;! be everything claimed for it, or
will l in the same 1:11.:
.. engage UNTIL FRIDAY NIGHT ON' AC.I I Due Sheehan moved that a call Geo V Jordan, Alii,EIJ New York April.7 money rrfundtd. Every vehicle
I offered for sale' I is
i ICOrNT OF CLOSING EXERCISES : by us fully warranted -
I for primary election be issued" in accordance You never heard of any one u5inFoley' 'M lyt CG as to workmanship and ma
Vermont now lying
ii .M Hon
and Tar and not being 1
with the rules fixed by the y terial. Nothing, whatever, is mis
'. :'tiiJaucid wharf loading .!I; AT THE OPERA lIoe g. atl'tlpd. W. A. D'Alemberte, / represented. Our reputation as : ;
tate committee for all the offices NT
.':..r wLich! ;she will take on :i 1 Ill Palafox-street.I sures you of that. Have on baud a : l'
named and for
a new executivecommittee.
.j Off cattle, and other i|I --- will repair your watches and 4 ) variety of handsome carriageand
'. -.uth Africa. j I The next examination for white I jewelry in flrst-claes style. J. 1 I light; wagons, all styles. They're
r I
i j I I I teachers will be held in school building J. I). Waters offered as a subtitute Stephens. serviceable as well as beautifuland -

p' ;.ui-.i'f.u 1 ; : :Sporting: Newsj:j I No. 1 and that for colored teachers that no election be held for a -- low priced, too.

': .\ .1 ;; .tkiiiir of Pitcher Sam i.,I in school building No. 31. new exective committee; that as the C. C. C." on Every Tablet -c } Best Horse Khoer always ready.
These examinations will begin
\ 1\. LH".t-f does not look : state and congressional" committees
: promptly at 9 a. in. June 3, l'J02. Every tablet of Cascarets Candy
w, H- '..ia yard or more., Let all those iutere-ted make note hold over until .-I the county committee covR.c,1, J. M. IIHllard & Co., !
Cathartic bears the famous C. C. C.
.'. :i i N. B. CUMK.
:' .r u.d hip pitching of same. might also over.
II '|: County Superintendent of Public In- Mr Hheehan accepted the substitute !- Never sold in bulk. Look for it and No. :AI East Garden St.MEUX'S i

..< i I ruction. Yhm! -Iw and it was carried, the only accept no other. Beware of fraud. I
; :r'I..I-? \V M. Agerton of..I
h .i : i I. n.'. .ui c. in this issue | Of All Hot Weather Enemies dissenting voice being that of David All druggists, ioc. ------- I

.1. lid'I uy f. r nit-iiiber uf the of humanity cholera is the worst. Tobin. Thos.- C. -Watson- -& Co..
Treatment to be effective must be The question of for "
I,? ii i f 1 in di-trict No. 3. registration the leading Real Estate Agents, take E@if

: : ;'... .. (I..IJ .>f the demo- aud prompt.sweat When announce vomiting that the purging disease the primaries wa.then: discu.. ed.Supervisor all the worry off the shoulders of the : t.Jtjt 1Y
T. X. Adams owners of the
being manage
:-in ine.: Mr. Airtrton is I' is present, combat it with PerryDavis'
their houses
renting and the collection
All bowel troub- present, upon request stated that
::. -. Ld| | r -|--eiUative citi- Painkiller. of their rents as conscientiously hi lnKl of Slit'illianil, Typewriting and I i+erarure. I
I lies, like diarrlm-a. cholera morbus under the law he had no right to.
:'t t i- i'"unty--:A man who as they would themselves. Now is t time to enter school and prepare for a lucrative position. No
and dysentery are overcome by PuiuI open the regular: books, but he could Their
: I." .u : ." community and I killer. It is equally health-promot- charges are very reasonable vacation. Night; and day serious. I
act as agent of the committee and
a .- !h: i.J- ii. -\>ry portion of I ing in all climates. -
supplemental books for that -- -
i open
: \ H' I-.t Ma-on '>f high II I Vj ny-lnl! iu t'Ilt"f'llUlht: Away purpose.On /q25252.52.5252 ...
:.. i'i: well qualified to "u<]make a speedy cud otcoiuju aid colds ( nJ:
motion of Dave Sheehan it was ON.NN.NO.NNOiiiJ'. ...........M!
: "1 0- r.
ordered that Mr. Adams be appointed i
... ..... ..... .. ... '" .....a'" 5 HALF-PRICE
: .. of the committee and ffi t HALF-PRICE
-:\ .......... .. .. ... agent open m
registration books June 12. 13aud 14, : i

: .../ 1J .... in each precinct the county.On : ." SALE! i. SALE '' S
motion of J. D. Waters it was e i (
ID !
ordered that each of thee registration :............... J ,1 t
N i.e+..............
J SOL CAHN&CO'S1'OU officer be paid $2 a day. zsEsasas2s2sJ
M. O. liaggett moved that Mr. es 2S2525"2S

Adim select deputies; amendedby

WILL FIND J. D. Waters that he confer with

the committeeman of the several Great Sale of Feet Furnishings at Half Price

precincts in selecting the deputies.So .
''_ =--x ___
t __ .. .__ -- .. -.-- n ordered.It .

was decided that the qualifications Monday and Tuesday e arc

.SMITHFIELDHAMS fixed by the state committee be
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accepted-only white democrat

-- -,- -- -------- who had paid poll taxes, and those 150 Dozen Ladies' Seamless Hose, Black and Tan, only

registered for the primary 09 Permitted Nine Pairs to any one customer Pair 5C

; = to vote.
I and the of everything i generallyKept It was ordered that the committee Children's Ribbed Hose, Pair I Men's Socks, Fast

! in a First-Class Grocery Store. HIif meet aturday four, days July: IN after, at b the p. in primary--to carY Sacs 6 to 9 . 5c I Black Pair 50

NS the vote.

1 ....FLORIDA AGENTS.... David Tobin wa elected treasurer NO JOB LOTS STRAIGHT CLEAN FRESH STOCK !

of the committee.A f
HUt THBbita -- -- -
:1 i committee of three to act with AND lIF.-f: d' STRAP

.I .\ Springs Mineral Water. the candidates chair in was fixing ordered amounts and to assess;the o. :: 13.1':, : .. .. .. .. ... ...... .... . .. ... .. .. .. p' 50 cLot

chair appointed Dave Sheehan, J. 2.uMisses' Slippers, sizes 8 to 13, Pair 75c.

D. Waters and Dave Tobin as such

'J a > Agency Nunnally's Candies. = committee.It at the*-Remember.pricesKeep this sale starts at b o'clock Monday morning. Come early for a cnr-ioid! would not lat long

was ordered that candidateshave

Streets. ki until noon June 24 to file their Your Eye on this Space for Next
Corner Palafox and notices of candidacy and assessmentand Thursday and Friday's Sale

if* that na name be put upon the "

'A v-lcphonc i 178. .* ." Pensacola Fla. = official ballot after that date. W. J. & B.

:Sc )tt M. Loftin, candidate for the FORBES. I

.. .. legl"laturEcalled attention to the !

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U .An Artist Who Dtrotra All Her TimeI T Over 2,000 Have Left Schuylklll District MISS SARAH FINLEY

to Painting <'.(.. Recently ,

I In a pretty little villa at Pitman r Pottsvill., Pa., May 26.Since the Vlee.Preaident of the Palmetto Club Memphis. Tenn.

Grove N. J.. lives Mrs E. M. Gardner, RESIDE inauguration of the strike in the an

there has beena INK OF CARDUI following praise V c. .
who palms oat pictures. Every morning thracite coal district vU

and afternoon for six days a weekl I (M \ continuous exodus of mine workers is a thoroughly of CarJui:
!tit '
',.. : during the past twelve years this art Ir I uI -q' .el from the Schuylkill district. Many of I'' scientific and modern "Among the same* .
miners have taken their families remedy, meet -
1st has worked with palette and brush I
; medicines
placed before .'
the needs of the modern s.fering i
to ing
She with them, their intention being 1.1
on the one subject-cats. painter for
I their .
modem women '
in other fields. Mostof woman in the way re. /
cate permanently I
life size and in the most natural'attitudes. '
of touch
r t the departing mine workers are -without the torture an none can MCElua'1operation.
In cotarinj! ( pi-r.spvctive and Wine of Cardui Viet of Cardui. It tow
English speaking -
foreigners, but
t harmony of surrounding, her (pussies I\ strikers are among the number. has cured them in the privacy above them all u a rd1Jt

are always -o true to life tint on sev e of their homes and it tonic .
a dozen English remedy. rim
Since the! suspension two f
salotcas'r's they have been mistaken ) has found a place in the Mill Strait Finlry.
speaking families have left Frackville. pain and disease a*j
real animal. hearts of American women
rt for tie
Buck Mountain has been I and restores health la an incredibly! thperiod. .,
Mrs. fi.'irdiwr; U-,'P$ a careful record l! Mrs.Francis Podmore President W. C. prac'l that no other medicine has found. In
i tically deserted and New American I have taken great interest .
of tie number of cat pictures s their gratitude over 10,000 m ;

T. U. Saranac Lake New York Owes is being rapidly depopulated. It is estimated women have written letters commend medicine for the put two yean iiace .

: lilt'I that over 2,000 mine work ing Wine of Cardui. Wine of Cardui brought health and strength to me. .

Her Health E. Pinkham's ers have left Shenandoah and vicinity meets their wants as no other medicine Lave also recommended it to a nUI1o.-

I to Lydia Vegetable The engineers pumpmen and ftre-I does. It sustains the young girl at the of my friends and they who have uses .

t in this section met here shock of her entrance to womanhood.
lilt'I Read Her Letter. speak of it in the highest terms and I '. .
Compound. take action on the order affecting them i Women who take Wine of Cardui have '
that it is praise well bestowed.
issued by National President Mitchell. little discomfort during pregnancy and

"DEAR MRS. PIXKHAM : For several years after my last child I The sentiment is strongly in favor of I II little pain at childbirth. When the I If you are suffering fr".n f.

was born I felt a peculiar weakness such as I never had experienced I enforcing the demand for eight hours change of life appears they enter a : weakness need.Wine of CarJui is t:.e ?
healthy ol.f Every month it cine you
at present Two independent happy, age.
before with severe pains in the ovaries and frequent headaches I wages. assist Nature in You can have health t'I ,e sea: '
comes to the I e'iCue.t
,I I operators have granted it. ? I if you will take !
IJ l1 IIiF / i iI throwing the impurities from the body. jf tardui a'. .
h I tried the doctor's medicines and found it money worse than I treatment. If YVI
J l Miss Sarah Finley, of Memphis I than the ; '. ,
Miners Chase Policeman. rico couij i
wasted. A friend who had been cured the of E. Angry I.;
through use Lydiu .
Tenn. of the Palmetto the bottle !Ir
t 7l Fc-rnte D. C., May 2G.-Chased by an vice-president Lions given on a': -
. 'tl Pinkhnm's Vegetable Compound advised me to try it. I did I angry mob of 5'X!) miners and citizens Club of that city speaks for herself and Ladies Advisory Department 'i .
I friends when she bestows the nooga: Jlcd. Co., Chattanooga, 11.
bo, also your SJnttin'ash, and I must say I never experienced I William Stevens, a provincial policeman ,

such relief before. Within six weeks I was like another woman. I lost no time in placing himself A million st'ffenihavo ';;. \
outside the own limits. Stevens in-
WINE of CARD found iWine ,
felt young and strong and happy mice more. i censed the miners by stating that heI of Cr.:! ',.

"This is sc\'cra1.ycars but Lydia E. Pinkham's ctable |I wished 23"; more miners had been kill-
.. _.
..lsine. -
ed in the explosion 'flu day night -- - ---
Compound is only medicine. If I ever feel bad or tired a fete
my !1 :
last. Careful and conservative checking

doses brings instant relief."-MRS. FRANCIS POII IOI\E. : of information from all sources THE NEW GROCERY STORE.MILL .

: now leads to the placing 0' the numberof
$;5000 roiirmT Ir Till AIJOVI: MTTIII is NOT (I\UIXE. I c--: = -=-:::-=::: :::--=- - ===:::-o
E. M GiltDVFK killed by the explosion the! Crow's

paints. She is nearing; the ill/( mark When women are troubled with irregular, sui>]>rrssfd or painful Nest Coal company's mines at 131:

and is anxious to wake it a round 1,000) menstruation, weakness, l, ul'orrl4Pdi'l.lal't"Ilwllt or ulceration the I Fifty bodies have been recovered. ; MOVER

before she btops. womb, that bearing dotin feeling intLimiuution of the ovaries, backache

So dearly dues Mrs. Gardner love her I injr (or fl.itulencegeneral) debility, indi, e.stiun, and nervous pros Teamsters' Strike Is Being Felt. I j Keeps a Complete, First-Class, Up-to-Date Stockof

work that she practically devotes her tration, or ar Inset with such symptom a> dizziness' faintnessl.1.ssitudr.,, Chicago May: 26.-The first effects

entire time to it excitability, riitability, nervousness, I.'epll' <*nesineLiiu, 'holy, all. of the strike of teamsters at the stock Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries.No. .

"I think that of all the domestic mil ate" and "want-to-lte-left-alonc" feelings; blues and hopele.ssnes-J, '
yards was felt today. One of the .larg-
mats there Is nothing u ore lovely than they fohoul/lreI1lt'mlJ r there Is one tried and true I'I'11Iedr. Lydia tl. ei::;t hotels was short on ham bacon 30 W. Government St., Salisbury Block

a tabby cat," said she. "1 always didlove Iin1vliain\>::otal Ie Couipoiinil at once removes such troubles.
and eggs at breakfast and several oth. j TELEPHONE: 3:27.
I to other medicine for need the best.
them and now I find my greatestpleasure buy any you ; er hotels are said to have felt the ab- ;,,

in reproducing my pels on I --- -- I serve of particular cuts of meats. The :

canvas or on feint for cushions. It i is I t and not"for fun. The women studentsIn I JUST A SMILE.Diislieo hotels were warned by their butchers ICE AND WOOD.
work! to watch them,
a western college;: or university are I to look out for trouble in securing sup- '
under my brush and as each one isCnisbul I not a picked let Seriousness is not absent -' of rtcll.h From the Bright .
,Ilies. and representatives of the Teamsters' WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH L.' BOER TP.ADE
it seems more natural than it.prederrs by any menus but frivolity: is -n) 10j{' of luunK trr.. I
I. union said that unless the demands
fr. present Girls even say thnt they hate! T'>inny agfj six-I wonder what for better wages were met it. THIS SUMMER THAN EVE" fEFC RESEND
F=ont the proceeds! reali/ed by tin to graduate because they will have no mikes our cat frail vt inic-? I
wont I be exceedingly! difficult! to get
4 gale of her cat paiuliligsIrs.. Cjidnei; i more "good times.! j i i'' (aged tiu->--I guf>s it's cause I meat in Chicago. US YOUR ORDERS NCW.

Las been able to make a very comfortable j I The girls who come to the nnivorsity'! frLe'b: a h-ily I cat.

living and t-j donate litxi.illy tot for. amusenu-rt r.itiu-r' than for fttily I Thompson Olsen & C
charity and the Hum as veil Jl:1: fly I are without tluubt greatly. in tLc ai.ncr-i, "O-:r baby: bus teeth" fM! little! Mnr- Paper Mill Hands Strike. ,

a church has bent (,lIri.'I Led 1 and many: I'i Ity, but bt'caist they are here nt oily:, gee; 'at:d your hnsn't. P-allston. X. Y.. May 20.! -Employesof

a wolf drib.u fruui the .1'l Hir of the POU'I there should be sontstca> of gu.inlinnsliip. "He djti't ucwl ant," ropiinl little! the Union Dag and Paper company, Manresa Street, Telephone 141.ESTABLISHED .

Through: the Instiuuieni.ility of MrstJardmr's I To l>c sure" in every condition i. Nan "\\ e feed him soup out of a l>ot- who are members of the Laborers' Pro- __ ____ __ ___ _____ _u_ __ __ .n __

cats. tie." tp( tire union, went on :strike today for
of life; hu|JoiI..n that ouzht: I 1883.
"I alua\s tier.IJrI'IrllJt I was inspired I I not to tiipK-n At the; same ti.n>*, a an increase' in wages from J1.25:: to --
KI paint eats" said" !she. "'I his! is Wilit>-You think your papa can do i 11.50 for 10-hour day, and for 15
girl! who i.' :,"::1rlh't! during; her yours :
the way IIn.1: ioiuiiieiieetl the \\oiU: of !rresi'oiisiility! may lice; a Ions; life i iI' eycrthing, !but I'll bet he can't soe I' cents an hour overtime About Si(1/J McKENZIE OERTING & CO. ,

"Some >ears 1.:0; I felt impressed and j.O to her grate without a s>usplcion : with Lis eyes shut. men in six paper and pulp mills are ;a -DIALISSIf-: 0
with a dt.sire t>i Iooi"t in the erection I' of what might hare been her own'cnpnl.illtii's : Harry-I dote know about that, but' affected by the strike.

or the ('?ellO1I'rh'lIIora: ; I church in In the way of fully if s!!,,' mamma says Lc talks in his sll''p. I I and General
I Onfchl | Be Perfect. Ship Chandlery jlardmare.OS
ruiadelplr.n.: crash in the cent mer- | hldJt>('n left to herself at that time. I
cial world reavhed my inter. j jtsts I I First Small Girl-I'm never going to "If practice makes perfect"i i
"Well?" : AND 605 d. PALAtOX 8Tn. r.
) in-I I I speak to you again. Your papa keeps asa
and precious
not having my I'nlnl Shout l.nre.
I "Well. If practice makes perfect, she : ..... ........ AGENOY
come to draw upon, I printed: a cat1 All real lace is handmade and Is easily I I'I
upon a u-lii't t cushion for sale It was '! detected from the machine woven I Socoml Small Girl-And I'm never going ought; to be a perfect fiancee. This is REVERE COPPER COMPANY JOHN A. ROEBLING'S riONH Ct. .

received' so well that I minted( more | Imitation Lx-cause the meshes in tbe i : to sH'ak to you again. I saw jour her eighteenth eC:3gement.-Cbicago' GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RD8BEL A SON'S PUMPri

and gave the proceed of the first few! genuine; are apt to be irregular: whilethe papa: going! into tuy papa's saloon. Poet Cum Ctrditi Piliti, Dill, lulict] lastrBBiots, Cktrli, lickin, tktuOOMPASSKS

paintings: to this church the d.iy tbll other Is uniform in weave.
cornerstone was laid by Bishop Foss. The nu of the lace is called! by lace "Oh mamma" exclaimed little Tinier STEAMSHIPS. LOGS EIO.
I the cat with arched spine" and .. C. McKenzie Oertinj Collecting Aent for Bar: Pilots' Benevoleut A '
Later on I took up the brush again makers the reseau; the pattern Is the as - ....... - :
and hare been painting cats ever since. i fleur, and It Is In the shape of these I elevated rudder strutted around the I! ciation.

1 shall tint be content until I b.ive'i meshes that lace distinctions app'ar'j, table, "do look at puss! She has eaten !( jd.K.; .i >& ctcc .

painted lfO' of them." The diamond mesh S') much she can't shut her tail down."
II square or shaped fAN OCEAN TRIP
I (Is used In valcncicnnes. The sir sided' The Star

The InUrmlljr Girl. i mesh Is point d'aiencon. The chantllly I Aunt ary-Jobnnil', Isn't that your ,, k Laundry,,
What most impresses the impartial''! and point de parIs laces have an odds I mother calling you? ,
.hllnje-Sure thing. ,
: is extraordinary indepeiiilof -
of the university girls, s.tysAn i, \n.lrian null.". Aunt Mary-Then why don't you answer ( EASTERN RESORTS Biggest Busiest Best !
II<>rt> are u few"Ltl!: that have ? ,
Athenian" in The Atlantic It is the |
IMI-H I'erjM-trntM from tinii to time IL Vla \ tl.
I Joll1me-What' the use. Pa ain't at
rarest thin; in the world for a father j
or mother' to come with a d.iuihter : tl.c .\uslro>.II'narj1l |iirh.itneit: I home.-Chicago News.Commendable. The@@V
I I "0111> in tot unpiirt'pit point of the a!; i If ) CCUlPALO'RA ." \' \
and eee that she is piiitably lodged and OCEA'II5TEA.1.5HII:
n-i:':tiil IIUf't.n; is the mnirtetuimt- Scrnplei, .SIPIr'RSeR' I a le: \ Gather TlliIJ !
properly started in her uul\1 ;;lty !irc.1 i I J : E Up '
1 am told' thai when these' exceptional : ,t. .tl.e liiwj ,.r to nhieh 1"e ''I am of the opinion," wrote the honest *11 SO Hours of Ocean Breezes *, !
: : '."':ot to .i.l! ::,:."
f jr4cvAA.,1
bt'utIont'lll'o't to the editor of the each WeeK
parents dn conic they are npt to think I I" Sailings
: "\v Jin' lure fo- the weal" and woe t From all of tl.t! .
that the purulent! of the university +, magazine "that I Inclosed 2 cents more 4 r parts (
I from Savannah, Ga.
Hi" istliLiMts.
1/:1' t >
should persouiHy! supei'intend the selection postage than WlSll'celSar) with that x Our
: "(;e-tli taen. tvif-jiJer! this question' spring I submitted to you lastweek. \ The ...""- ,>....: n..< ojmUr" Lireit* fft t delivery men will c.
of lot!.dugs.: Ordinarily the girl : IH-ITJ I ., .
pa hie n "ij. .n. \t ntmritr tt \
finds her own quarters nod manages; l n: the! l:::'a of a dark f.mir"." i; I drop you this note to assure ,. 'I a'-flint ,, i". !r ,. .,aien.ur| t., ..,.t. i, ., .t. fy : ; where, at any time that sui1 '

bet own a ITI irs. Her goings and com- "ii.e e>t> of the law weitlis. : heavil. III I, you that 1 did not do so with the intention /.ti In r It'",'....' i n. ,t -STaii aii > ,10'!]1.< anti Torts. ION ,. i' w f I'

tugs her hour, her companions, are I :! < ir 1 I';' "
"TluTi-, i is ,, : / "..... nt.t..TIONS.. .OVt.TI.INO ,
nntl.MII.: tl-e eurcuansInu
all at her matter. I trust that I am not so Infected .. deavor to Letter
disposal.In L
own .nu e-c ***t To v st-rveyou
the eastern slates, where women : p nil "f Win :It tl,- ot | ositiou "Las 'I I i with the coarser motives of humanity K B. II...-,... ilni- ,.-!.. r/...n1.. II, f .
....'. .. .._. ..
: e a r
Tirk.l la I.
have only gained admission to the unl. tn" I I'.t !I.uiiJIM& .1"-r i''I : as to attempt, to bribe one who I !t Hill.rllm.l" ......t.. .1'.-...t. J...'.....111..1. ,t IGKNKIIAL other LauLdry can.
"'Hi.- lanai; ;-. tin cninf old sea eer sits lu Judgment those thing 'i
upon w% ,
M-rsities i after n long struggle: : they I
(1( lit whi'\ -a tor y.-s and years has which should tend to uplift and benefit
take to.their IJ\ilcli5p;, privileges or Itarn.mlor seriously.: studyDon't : bu bl'uanil1; ::> this assembly." !i I mankinJ.B.1ltimoreu'rlcau.. FIIINCH SCHKDI'LKj ALL WORK' C. 0. D. Gs Callffl] ( ftr and )Mmiit; L

Start Wrong. Flattery 1 j Following i? the schedule of the
An-wer: It i is made from a pre- i She-Do you believe in hypnotism?
Don't the with
start summer a I i government steamer General French WALKER INGRAHAM
t cnptiou of a leading Chicago( j.ryictan I He-When you look at me 1 do.Inncnille ."- Manager.
lingering; coujh; or cola.'e all and one of the moat en.Miehtin ; which THE NEWS prints for the
know whit: a ""iiinm r cold" i M. It'sthe Journal I n ____ ____ __
the couhtrTile in redi'r.ts benefit of the merchants who ship --- -
harde-t kind to cure. Often it
are the purest "that money c in buy. : Dangerous if Neglected. I their the various
on" the entire goods to Fo
"haD ;' through sea and are 'IcieutificallCl.mhilH.d to army ey's Kidney Cure
son Take it in hind riht now. A Burn, cats and other wounds ; posts: KIDNEY DISEASES :
!jet their utmost value.V., A. nukes
few doses of One MiuutH Cough; Cure ,'f ten fail to heal if lect.I : kidneys and bladder rijtht.
properly ue
D'Alen.berte. 121 :S. P.I llf..x street.MIDUIFKKT Pensacola ... _. ... ._..7:7)a.m.'
will eel you rl ht. :cure\ cure for -- -- -- ; t>d. and become troublesome sore Leaves Karraacai. .. .. ..?. ..... 7o a. m. .ms .
coughs cold?, croup, grip, bronchitis i. I DeWitt's Witch Hazfl Halve: prevents -I'I Leaves Pickens .... .... ,., ti I'I a. m UM UtAl of
..... ara meat d 3.1a'th Medical
all throat and lung troubles. Absolutely t such Leaves I'.arraaca ._ 4IS a. m.Lta.ea Society, Attention
consequence: Even Pensacola _.... .. .. ...10:15 a. m.
safe. Acts at once Children The andersi take't'auei-od! where has I There will be
: delay : aggravated the injury Arrives Barranca 11:10 a. m, and then I a regular meet -
'i like it. "One Minute Cough : )f a3erm her services a* a 1 De'ttt's'itch; Hazel Salve makes a trip to F ort McKee and then returns I he Pensacola Medical BOCIK. _

Cure is the" best cough medicine I Srst-cliss licensed midwfe.: having 'effects a care. "I had a running i "to. Barrancas Rarrancas.Leav .. .... ..... 1.15: p. m. : KIOKEY CURE It i the Board of Health office >' *
ever used says J. H howls, had 3:i years ex;ertence. sore on my leg thirty year?," says ; Leaves Hickeaa .. 1:35 p. m i, J'clock p.m. Tuesday May C.
Orovetou, X. H. "I never ftundanything Can give bet of reference frorileadiu H. C. Hartly, Yankeetown. Ind. i Leaves ntacola .. ... .... 4..Wp. m, litttitiU"or ., Visiting .
Leaves Pickens ... .. _... are cord.
5:15 In.t I I
else that actedo safely physiciam of this city After uinz many remedies I tried t Arrives Karraacai' :5SG I p. m. and makes p. I !Invited to attend.:
and quickly." Harris' Pharmacy, MKS. M. OIDDENS, DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve A few trip to McR e and return. fefundtd.remtdlM Coatatha I DR. E. F. RRPret.' ,
John Sheppardr'iduey Kahu.: !jltf lit South DeVillier St.PfLES. boxes healed the sore." Cures all l; montf :

skin d '!ea'e'l. Piles yield to it at boat On will Wednesdays leave Barrancas and Saturdays Pick.the recognized by eml- ; DR. W. C. DEWBERV
OPERA HOUSE once.Pharmacy Beware of John counterfeit Sheppard,Hal'gii' Sidney :, ens for Pen.acola at 6:30 p, m. i!i Dent physlcUns u the but foiKidniy I n25ttf"oar .

Kahn I The General French is for army and Biaddtr troublu.
-- -- I IK null With CascarrtaCandy
purposes only and any outsider must JUCI .. ... ..... Cathartic cure constipation h' '
Wednesday, May 28. I, Foley's Honey and Tar I have a pass from Ihe quartermaster W. A. D'ALEMBERTE. lac.25c.: It Co C'S :. .-

MI aaArd the lortar of th*damnedwith cures colds prevents pneumonia. o take passage o i her. I -- --- -
protruding piles brlughon by eocitma* -- -- II I ---- -- NOTICE.

Ben Dunham tion .wlin 1 ran wblen acrosi I your was aXlcted CASCARETS: tor tvectryears In tietown I Paints, oils, glass and !I ----I Estate of L. M. Kimberly, decease !

of Newell, la., and serer found anjiting builders' STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE given that on t -.
to e 4ual them To-day I am entirely: Ire frOm hardware at the a ls :day of July, A. l>. \\*);, 1 will apply
THE WORLD-FAMED ACROBAT.THE I I plies and feel like a new men" I Willis Hardware I Honorable Probate Judge of i.- ,
a B.KIITZ,nil Jones Si, Sloaz CUT, II.I Co.'s.CASTORIA. Between Pensacola and Milton Boat g8.1114 I administration COUDt).FlorldaJ oa aid estate discharge! Ir, .

I Kuns Daily Except: Sunday. WlLLIAX K'Jaroamm 'I '
CAN Oil ; I Admin.-1


Sextette and Solos. 4jj4rrtADt For Infants and Children. I Lv Milton ._eaem Lv Pen acoa.l.3r/pm: W.HARPER I I FORT BARRANCAS, FLOW. '
ArFeoacol&,9- Ar Milton ..SJOpmI 2>,1902.-8ealed pro:- .
The Kind You Have Always Bough I Fare, oc; Round trip 11:00.I In triplicate, will be received s',
twa rtN rlaso I 11:30 a. my May 28, I'!>r2, f >r6tractlnz.plumbinandelectn '
I .
PROF. E. OIL CHAFFERS' BAND.For Bears the wing I
I Bfgnsttue ofBaiter _ sat X.C. 8. O. Quarters, her' .
I B. reserves right to reject or ai
P.uaot h1atable. Potent ?ate Oo d. Do the captain own. .
the Benefit of tbo P. A. C. (tart.N **r 8icko. WMkta.or Grlpc.10e.XiC.iilc. I {era nor oond Fane of the any or all proposals or any part tL'
I ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... i coolers that do not Norwegian: si mill be of. Information furnished on a;; ; .
Certain will Rise at 8:15 tiharp. I ........ Cmpss7. n-........, 1ft. W(10'OIC : by the crew responsible of sal reuel.for debts contracted I cation. Envelopes containing rposah ,
roil druC. I waste ice, at the Willis J.s.Rats-EBTSES, : should be marked "Prop1 "

I. --Tickets: 50 and 75c. ( j r ioetgsiTooicco aa Uo Hardware Co.'s. I Pensacola Lumber CO:1slg:1ed Co., Captain.::imn Soli 6 iij Daelter BIQE. for COLE Construction Q. M. ," addressedV 23altm36--T: J.

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,f i q d.'HE "'''AL I OF SANTIAGO back You feels can! hardly straighten up the I Famous Hundredth Academy Anniversary.Celebrating One :

\747 Rote; so sore. There's a chance Winston-Salem, N. C., May 26.-The
"1 J hind ltenue I 1 that it is kidney "trouble," and that j,I famous Salem female academy and col

; Original is something which j!. lege is now celebrating its one hun- .
II IIt. Concha Alvarez was a pretty Cuban I r" it is dangerous to I I 1 dredth anniversary.
... I neglect. The best I
1' \.' : >... USHI"CTO'4 girl of Santiago de Cuba. In 1S!)S. after \'0. nteriicinefordisease I From all parts of the country peo- j

."); ."f., i the fighting was all over Santiago being I l r}of the kidneys is I pie are coming to participate in the ,

",; occupied by United States troops. t\ V //Dr. I'ierce's Golden i I interesting and unique celebration. for nfants and Children.C .
'f I Medical
,j Concha who was heart and soul In taros i.: Grandmothers; mothers daughters,
( The use of this medicine
I !1 of free Cuba was so grateful to the has resulted- from the various sections of the faraway ;;;tovia i N a liariali\ss substitute for Castor; Oil, Paregoric _

I !r-r. 18 1G01 American liberators that she was ready :- in suire remarkablecures. south are here to visit once more Hn'ls and Soothing SyrupIt is 1'Iouvint. It

to fall :in lose with the first United It increases the scenes of their girlhood and schooldays. contains neither Opium 3Iurnhiiic nor other NarcoticiubtaiKo. .
: relerco. It destroysVnrnis' and allays Fetcrishncss.
n IC' the ;
activity of the .
States Many of them
soldier be
who may seen
presented himself.:
I Teething
r. it currs niarrhn'nul AVind Colic. It relieves r
Chicago. ] Unfortunately two blood.making walking beneath the stately cedars and
aspirants for hr affections glands the Troubles and cures Constipation. It regulates the

'.tlc: .en-I have appeared about the same time. ,iI/1/, blood ,and purifies relieves I elms that were planted by the hand! :Stomach and UcnveN. giving healthy and natural lcel). +r

Major Archibald Thelford and IIos- the kidneys: from I of Frederick Marshall in 17C6. Nuin, The Children'\ l"tlltcc.ThcIothcr's Friend.

ut coke Dandruff pital Steward Julian Arnold. The major ''Gyp clogging impurities I i hers of distinguished people have al

Curfor the past was a tine, handsome, fellow of jot, 0 ready arrived, bishops: senators con The Kind You Have Always Bough

about thirty-fix, the hospital' fcttward a t p "I enl it my duty to I gressmcn and famous educators. r
ore" and found it an I, let you know that I Bears the Signature of
youngster of twenty-three. Concha ip have recently acU-i<*d Baron von Hollehen! imperial German .
ex Uent prepara- seemed to favor the rnajur. In the firstplace i i a who voting xi..Minrnug gentleman bad ambassador wires his congratulations .

t-Ofl. ( he wore the shoulder straps of a j Iv nith kiilucand: and regrets he is deprived ol

field officer! ; ]In the second his bearing I your bladder; CoMcu: disease Medical"to try the pleasure! of participating personal

was modest; In the third, he was a very I <;covl'f.}',' write Frank i-t.trU, M I).. of ly In the pleasures of the occasion. ,I
frlatonu Kijetu Co., Trxax "
/It' bought four
l ri handsome man. The hospital steward i boitlefrom ourUrupg'-t hrre. and after: he had President Mary Wooley. of Mountolyoke # \
j was not In the fighting part of the army ; md. the lir'thdtlehrbegan improve, Sometime I H I
college! and the of
was uot especially troubled withies i I> rule* he any was Lure unable without to walk any ten;hIs now hack hen I the University of Pennsylvania sendmessages In Use For Over 30 Years. ;

i modesty and had a disagreeable, way of j I and he looks as will and sound as a young: bov i Tee eo.......,. 'n MUIIII" .U.n'. New yo.. raV.I .
I I His njte is only js He has siifiV-rcd for nearly of congratulation. Bishop
I referring to den mutilated shot and i ,.
thrieear and several other doctor called the ,
Romig of the -
president executive -- -- --- -- -
W ,\. D'Alemberte's. !! shell as though lie took a grim satisfaction I caciiii'iralile. but 1 had confidence: in tr R V II
.' board
i 5l.oliler. Meilu-at Moravian church throughout the
I 1 111"Co"erv. I here l.e..noffertl PENSACOLA
1 In their sufferings.! I one huiidrtd dollars .e\eral times alt world sends a letter of greeting from
-- J 1 "Why don't the ready for m kind advice: but I ttuuld not .
you accept major? accept Tge Best
it lccanI want rver)'ociy to luow what Dr. Saxony. I
Hook. I'laten. sahl bT bosom friend! "He seems to :' 1'lrrce famous medicine can do. ij ONSERYATORY( OE MUSIC I
j be everything that is desirable" "This testituonv !absolutely true, and the .
Lack'ol Clothing In CK.nda.A ,
'+th: of the nve! of the family reason: I ha\ent mentioned the youngentle: -
I '
.is exes the American very "Because. replied Concha. manV\ name is treatise he don't want to have lack of clothing was and probablystill E. 01 CHAFFERS Director '
; "What do you especially require In his: name published.p i is the salient! characteriseof UJ
.ngiuay!! all book jilates m.t; :
: iThat was In an tho man you marry?'* Accept no substitute for "Golden Wa-Kaxlrondo.). "I am afraidjou : 718 ey
age I..Iicill isco\ery." The sole
r jfOl'I'Uroultl; \! not read j I IU' "liravery. !,1 for? substitution is to enable the dealer motive to will find them very naked!" said! a PiatGIce Culture, Violin. PipeOrgau.CornetMaudolinGuitar
"WtII then test them inis-imi.-iiy i to me t'u' the borders of And the Best :
Liqoors j
Blazon of t-ach family, as I make the little more profit paid on the ,
n- arm;: apparel or small liei I'I i Concha was struck with this advice. sale of less meritorious preparations. their country, and soxe did; nothing Cello, etc. of all kinds served by

:'s \\l.lll.nuwu and quick- :I i She invited her losers' to call upon her i I !Jr. Pit-rce's Pleasant Pellets stimulate could hate; been l1a krlll'r. From their Mss Director Pensacola Concert Polite and Courteous !

wil as an autograph or i i'lJiay. the next day at the same hour and ;i the! action of the sluggish liver They I walkil villages! they i is-iiied in swarms; Attendants. ,,
'1 I !served coffee for them on the \eranda. should always be used kith"Discovery"when and crowded round the tents to gaze Band: and Elite Orchestra. I
la the uti:ii, it IsAtnertrtuis FULL MEASURE IKD i
i i: The maj.;r did! not fraternize with the there is need of a laxative. upon uo;, monsieur madame and! bebe. Buss and String Music Furnished
>r not to use ii
"' their lioik plates. The !i i hospital !steward of course, but had the without a rag to their names nor a FIlE p utr..t. 1

; good sense not Jo !ignore him! entirely. I clout between them, unless, indeed n ill Occasions. 1 t
New Trars Atlantic I
i the tictual right to arms : Steamer. i DA.NNHEISSER BROS
The hospital tteward had the assurance bead' necklace: or a hippopotamus tooth Address : Escambia Hotel. : i itudio
of New York. 2 .t'
eue eilnculty vetting a May -The Atlantic ;
: to treat the officer as if he were stuck behind the ear o-iild. be accounts Parlors! of Frt AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED i
: Biptist
"Mr: knows !Is uiuU'niahly! Transport (company new steamer :
"MI detail are strung rea- !quite an inferior person. Concha sat iinnetonka, arrived today from thuilders' P 1'hi clothing. An airy buoyant folk, I hnrch. I I. f Earner f tetey.M f
with O.CIIIr'in? coffee and chatting : \erily. and to missionary eyes a sad
t K UM- Heraldry is too b yard at Belfast! Ireland. Her ain House--101 K. Palafox street. .
glibly. contrast to the -midxilized: Wagauda (
tt> ndmlt of liberties.tU dimensions are: 114) R. R. Exchange-Opp. Union Depot.P. i
J "Ah.! how hot it wa," she said!. "the 1, length feet; | with their greasy draperies of barki t t l i [
i iir-Lifmnrnt! tit draw :!' Lean b5: left, and depth 44 feet; regis j O. Box 281. Pensacola, Fla. .
day bt-fore the surrender! The cannon i I ,cloth.-CQrllllll.! k
Phones 118-268.
MHI with ntiMilute! c<>n-ct- !j and the guns made such a noise, and lend tonnage, 8.6HI, and gross tooWage TL<*!e tiny Capsules sapcnori _.- -.--_ '
t with nrti+tic fet'ling. Like a Drown Man. \
13,348.! She has I ng e
j 1 then those funny machines that go ;i I accommodations i to Talsam of.Co p albs, Tuere's lots ot money to be made .
> .N IlIt't'r. ;p-m-raily prnc I tr-rr-rrr-rr. turning from right to left i 1 for cabin passengers only; has I j "Five years ago a disease the doc- Cv-bel and Inject oI 8 J 1 in real estate-lots of it. A real estate "' ,

-u-il to ci'pyiijrlit the book j and left to right, as one would turn :<: a large capacity and is fitted to carry :,,i''tors called dyspepsia took such hold I They cure in 48 hours tie sign h usually a flnsrer-board to
_u. U It'ast two plates are soi i the nozzle of a hose! 1 thought I I i i many head of cattle and horses. The, of me that I scold scarcely go,"' arne Ji'WtfM
: ::1 i tl.icountry.. TUN would I should go mad. And do you know that I II I I. Minnetonka will be employed in the! i!' ]writes Geo. B. Marsh, well-known I cot! 0 RT I! I nmjCGISTS! Co., the leading teal Estate firm i
i I'll IU I bombshell fell here In XI'York and London service, sailing
one great right i
."Irt. thvinsehes a pry j I quantities of pepsin and other medi- be worth your while toconsider. Go
the garden and the what do call on her first voyage May 31. She Is '*
you cines but
nothing helped Asa
'. -i'i I : ,:iuliiis 1 : ,mark a quasi i i me. Woman and see them to-day, and don't wait
I i it-the tug sputtered and we all ran i commanded by Captain Sydney 'i Every
\ f. .r the drawing be hi j Lay- (drowning man grab at a straw I till to-morrow. ;
may | __
I' for our II e.s. But after while we I i 1 land. {| !grabbed at Kodol. I felt an improvement i Uiatere.tJandshouldkwtw --- -
tin in+ as well as In any other !sL i! alMjut ttie oi 1 rful NOTICE. (
1 came back for It didn't explode.1:! i iI i iI at once and after a few I

I I "What did you do with it?" asked Safe Blown at Winterville. I j|' bottles am sound and well." Kodol '(' el'p;" ThenewSwl.tieyrtrn.MARY ll l Miffing Spray/ujrt- I have been authorized to take i ,
I I 'is the only preparation which ex- '\ dun and Austin Heat-.r- ,
for Vim
Youth Charged With Forgery. i the major. II i 'Winterville, Ga., May( 26.-Sunday ,actly icproduces the natural dieefi' eft-StuatCunveoenl! sabscriptious JenningsBryan's ,

< 111.' ,1 S r.. May 2 ti-J K1: c- I "It Is In a corner of the back \ crani i morning about 4 o'clock there was '! |tive juices and consequently is the ll Urum Utlulli.A paper, "The Commoner. '
da. Woult1011 like it?" ., f oar dranc11 L'v r'*. The price is $1.00 per year in
to safe
.i at1!! .t "tiiiir man lately from i blowing at this place. Two )' gonly! > one which digests any good IT L" "HTirHil( rl'lrme vanes Those desiring the ':
I ad'I''I'
1 arlos-ton. S I' but wbot homei The UIljor' was indifferent The bosi white men who were seen here are ., 'food and cures any form of stomach (M\H\Mluwilno other burrudtunnplttta. \V can have it sent to them by Rend ..2ull

1 i Dirniinzham.: has been arrested( I pital steward thought be would not suspected. A lady who had risen early .I; !trouble. Har is' Pharmacy, JohnHhepl.ard j i I lunira-e-l f tux" ...-.W It .KITMI. j'1 $l.t1tlU the undersigned. :i I ,I'",

''barged with forging the came object 'nil'rose, from the table, ] in the morning to cook breakfastbeard i Sidney Kahn.: "'ularfanJ'duw.... MtHl iif>.n."ln-CO.. '/ H. M. R n CII E. a .

U SmithVhaIey: & Co to a Concha giving a singular( laugh at the' ] the: explosion in the store of j I Know One dare ICemedy I Room 3:! cTimes Bldg.New 'J orr., Care Daily N 3W8.
I $5.; same time, which surprised; both her ]D. H. Winter and gave the alarm Theafeblowers I loran obstinate cold. ate name i U l'VUy-lktI"'ID I ; 1
suitors, for they s.iw nothing;: to laugh ,
at Then they went to the back: veran- I got away and were closely j \ THE GARDEN SECTION
iir.Mt.nrli in this i'f'- I pursued, but succeeded in making 1'1'I
da. TltlAI'ARRH
Through the rear hall door they j '
their escape. They did not secure a' '"
country than all iUliM .
could see JoMijmn. Coiuha's littl _
A'iU III.IJ'ccm. :SC
tnrKlier and until the thine as they dirt not have time to I o --O3B"Fensacola o
tll'othrr.1boy of twe, running wild f1YS
was *upini-rtl to be lit- get into th' inner compartment of the .i
ly away to the back of the garden : CgREAM BAIM
a great many y.-iruncfil ; t I sate 'loridaNear
it a local ili-. with a l lighted stick! in his hand andyt'llIng 1 K>> 1FgRRCpRECOIN ,j

''I'ilJt'\lllIcal I reined! ,:, at the top of his ,'oi'l'n- Nh
i inly failing to cure byi. other moment explained the cause. Count Tolst i's Condition. 18i !AfFEVIR; ,' l i s East Hill Electric Railway Terminus,

it iii Ix>ntl pronounced I 111t- fuse of the unexploded bomb was l/S
'. ',, has ', je.sterda: evening. received here rods jly'sCreaiBalinand
('a'lI -
proven spitting' tire like a rocket on the Beautiful Lots for
i.tituti nal ili-t-i: >u, Fourth of July.! It was plain that the from Yalta. (Crimea says that no complications I =Sa9J pleasant Sale. f
!II i ft...; ('II II,.t il II t i.111;!I have arisen in the conditionof .0 ue. Contains no eR4S' :
boy had been playing near it with fir e niurtuudrue. eywt1,.' '
;.1'- Catarrh l'arF.J'heueytl'u P' imd I Ignited it. Count Tolstoi! who is suffering'trora :' It"I-quickly ,M> iil>- 40x137 feet at from $75 to $200 each, according !

-\ tlie only ('4)11-titU.: Coiiclvi as soon ns she saw what bad typhoid' fever and that the Jl'n'Hal ';:' td-K "1'IIt.t':. COLD' HEAD to location and surroundings. .

the! inaiket.. It ii i-t tin occurred gate a shriek and stood stock state of his health I is satisfactory. :1 It pens und tlcnnies the > l'II++a; <-s :
i do from still if she had! lost the Alla\a Inrt.uiiinntion. Items ml I'r..ttt> ; Exceptionally GoodXei6hborhood
-"" 1 10nful. us power to i iJ : the Mcininane... Kr-toret-tliv-ciisi* of Ta- !. Beautiful View 1
: It act* di-sane\ ; herself The major darted back and smell. l.argH si/eAuc. at I Dnifii.-ts or b\ High Dry Fertile Lands. ,!;
""d ami inucotiur- j J Charters Granted. i: lUaU; Trial Sloe;, inc t.y mall I| .
into the hall crying: "Come away! i .,.
I !, -
M.. TIlt'IItr'r one. I You will! be blown to atoms:" The I Raleigh May 28:The state char-'i: :x \\ arrt'n I stn-tt.Non: Yolk.It's The .
:"i' cy-e it fail; grandest opportunity for investment
any 'hospital; : steward gave the bomb aiiuifk L tern the Farmers' dinning/; and Mile I II ever ;

\I'u'I drcill:1t', :11111 tl'l'- ,t glance, estimated that the fir ing company, of Ilich Square, capital I cffered in Pensacola. '.1

J < IIKNKY & ('II., i i of tht fuse would not reach the bomb ', JSO.ooO, and the hell Lumber company a Mistake !'d"Ohi,). j ji for some seconds and, rushing up to of Mt. Olive, capital $20,000. Home Seekers Should See These Lots

; It'. | it, seized it. giving it a Jerk to separate' -_ rC rCS

it from the bomb. To his astonishI ; A REVELATION. ;:'First-Class Western Beef I .A. 'V".ClubbSJ

t ""i ni|> trnrr. I meat the bomb went sailing; up In the If you.will make inquiry it will

'. Why dun'''t ; air like n balloon. It was made of be a revelation to you how many Not 25 Cents a Pound.

:, t I' elder that j pasG'I>narti succumb to kidney or bladder __ Corner Garden and Alcaniz Streets. }
trouble in form .
Turning, he r:1"t a look at Conchand j one or another I I
'!'I"It If the patient i io1 not beyond medical i i- Look at our Prices:
.K.-isoM. I> !. < in her !
swing n 5 ninny sparks eyes
: aid. Foley's Kidney Cure will: \ F. C. BRENT, WM. H KNOWLKS, W. K. HVKtt. JrL, J. B, REESE
!h. l ? Of La-tyear. _I
course a* in the fuse, inferred! that there was
( cure. It never disappoint W. A. Extra Loin .. . .lactol ;c 20c President Vice-President. Caebior, A..', C.ibler. .
Inllw.-'lIHndellhln a j mischief in the wind. Then the two I :
j ; D'AlPinberte l H. Palafox street. Round .. .. . l 1-lc 15c I :1
':' bunt into a merry laugh Brisket and Chuck. >j lOe' i

III. "What did jou do it for?" asklllrnol o AS TO am: : .A. Rib Roat. ,.. . He }*e First SationaJ

..I'arrntni, I'a. : I .\ Sean the 1IB( Ked, Vw Hata A'nays' BcajS Ramp .. ... .. ., lie 15c Bank
yon an' ma'g' "Well, see," stammered Conch.q 7, I'gnatore!
,, you 11-.1-# Considering:: quality above price
i.rik-d: alti t ? 'I t
1 ..-. yer wanted to find out whether you or of & are cheaper than in any other city of
ii'.on. Major Thelford is the braver man" -- this size in the country. OF PENSACOLA. FLA.
>l l I'icli one are ou7JutinuslylI Everybody has a mbt to a little
; "If you wanted to test my bravery. We do have to pay more for our
rathrut'thcr.Judge. of piece of this earth Hut they must? meati and have
you should have cut off another Inch of charge more I DXRBOTon
.' thht for it. They must watch their
than formerly but it isn't
our fault. ,
1! that fuse; I saw at n glance that there chance to get it, and It. ; WM. H. KNOWLE8. W. A. BLOUNT.
-- I get and we are selling as low as we pos- I F. C. BRENT, .V, K. HYER JB
of time.
: "' A. .lIIS DANG'ROUS.! was Then plenty Concha exp'ainod! that she had Thos. C. Watson & Co. sibly can. i!,I D. G. BRENT, I

i : '' '11 jus the kidneys ', concocted the story or the real Ilnm to have offer tome just particularly now, and fine they bargains invite PARLOR MARKET, I II I II

t i ,. ", 'KlllllrlltTlli, plaN in the oody? j i3 i,!1 I fit had r brother made one to of Ign'tf;:pnQdu\II'l1:i lrl'l'rnl'l'r: :11I111.rILrJI \ fu;;:e you You to will come never and regret investigate having same.done Phone 173. ,J/III. S. I51I V you.... I rm1i! ad m iitth b:AU 1 Bat! ad 5 I

f r.ivol.-trait.inen.' !'I I I she I put into it, gi'. :'H-; him a luiid! laugh'j so. .

as a ignal.: I
x \' iniicli ti-ain-stf: -u tr"r* and fn a in "I.lit HIP ijor," said Concha rn -- I vrW. draw our own Bills of Exchange on Great Britain, Ireland

insome form. Jo'- full} ".\fl. r all 1 I.e i is s<, tiandsouie LODGE DIRECTORY Wm HOP& 60 ;', Germany, France, Austria, Italy Holland, Spain, Belgium, Russia, Nor
i art-. strengthen- e and ':.> ui\... What a [pity he Is not & ij. way, Sweden, Denmark and other European countries.

: all form* of kit iirar: I ;
di-etN. (tpo. }'' "II,' !is no major-that I is.! excipt in KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAh CHTVe336\9! \! Disbursed! upon the Moat Favorable Terms and theft

'' 1\-, Pugipeer. L irn. eiii'ii-.o. tll.I1:11 ho star' make: one 1 1t in Importers and healers In- Obligations Taken Payable at Port of eetmation Ten cr Fifteen ,
1 '" 'i-Mnt: vibration < f 'I'u.cnla ialge. No. 3, K. of P., after Vessel Arrives there. Dayi ,
..-. loss cnn't develop! a soldier in
.1 i -u* a great del : t.Inv meets Chinese and JapaneseFanry
months I hes : every Mouasy ere B :
n.i- ": v dajp.: 'Ihree ago I
/: kidneyand ,I ; ing at *mi at CBitle lIa\ PfiT'Safety Deposit Boxes far Rent in Connection
r a .rwalker in a dry goods In the Klount -- Witter
if! I I with
: used FIIII'O'II'II1I"'r't Goods whioh
\ have
xo Pri
Kullding. third floor.vl.ltingbrethren o partraent for
WC. A. .t.. t*, of the Ui. yg!
't !: cord'iii Rentnrg.a. .
t. 't .1 I x\.nt! 'H 't' you three monthst l titS welcomed FINE CHINA TEAS, ii
.t M
< 'C." H. HOR' LER, r 31 South Palafox St. 1)
.! r -'. .,,." TOBACCO SPIT 'A ,""' tlI',;:ftl graduate of the nnnl K, K. A V.

.' ., -1 G and SMOKENourLifeawajl leal] ii ,.::rtu-en> of the University or Laundry Office Pensacola, Fl WE WILL FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE tt

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J' t"'I..1. tnhaccn u5 jn : expedition started and, wishing; to gR ': WrJP tMjy for oar hand- I
-" imeiieric. full! ( REMOVAL NOTICE. : 1"iu I. Iatratetl--i ,
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nhr etc r- RE.4DTUE1irTIRA I
:asi-K HO-TO-BAC. some surgical experience came: i- >l fu>e k l l""'4Uli ag: '

..,,,, ,i'111. Many ana as !hospital steward Our regiment; I i ini.nrstiai nl we.., tore W !r.'U.fur. tr. nix Ti fr. t .. ir. ao gut ..ifIn t )ewd,,g ..I

I.: .r.,,re. Her Kuarautred.or 5OQOOO. 11001.- to sail soon for the north, and whena Dr. G H. Tuttle, 1 1 I i I t.uri'>jiwt UI. :if if a 1'crtj'i.6 t to: thirtl xt' lIugld1 Sl! I. row" att4'-knuTu -e. i 1

'I"r 1 ,s sn'RLI: ; i we arrive 1 think I Lore InftueDtesutlkicnt u c 3 -, ehr tcnenf ti."Jiai r

.I\) New VoL. 437 to pp cure a discharge.: : I Dr. J. G. Heard I| Mi ',-" ,*,.,<*. Kt' .ar.rL;. Ina"u 1.:1' 1/1.n,J'.I 1Irv.e1.11I>iI, t Le 1 I
i i'IaUaad'tIIrrt 1"1.1111 ,,.., ....
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Concha Al\nriz n year after the Santiago (i/a s'.. the .c-nt w h->...II.oUy/i !oos"of fc.i p 1
"in th1 >ortli.>rn Wo xl campaign:;: married Dr. Julian Ar. To Mobile, Hatarday; night, June" 14, DENTISTS. we y:ve a -1'Irrr limrr,', f.. -n a "j.1
toFv'tMnatr.talf Jd- -lratedand
.. icr'am cure for wu:;ti*. the union at 10:30 I 1 ..
depot .
null bade! farewell to her father's leaviusr p. Ramtr. rt p. trm-l..f" fii Inn IE -'
will leave Mobile Koomg 7 and !), )Ia' oni<* Jam rtrj ', ] Tiwt.. w. tijnKcu'',n ...... *, i
tram Temple T.: li1 Itk .
Returning : u,1
ate Your Bowels. tinripnda niui cnineto the United States m. I ;< up all 1 to iiH'rl'oJ! Is a rising young;: suryeon. at 12 o'clock5undty: ni;ht. All branches of surgical, Operative: and ! 1.1 U1Xu BESAw >l*ork'r ,l'0it.0I.tnt, tf.rn.Hu -, M|Lra.. u an he trained a, well; June 15.; Fare for the r..uud trip. )It'ebanicalllt'ntislry prrlurtuedwah teeli "< > .E. OH Mu' ,n. "r-P Ifnul< r KA.. I H
removed Googly : UJ.rfcrrc.
He Is now sufficiently uicnl skill. I 'f r brain. Castthartic I \il.50': from Cantonment and Centurysame ..11 erard .,t1 it.., ,.in,w 31.J'\\e ..... a 4 wn: w T. II.tro.tva we al tr a.tnj Vin,Ivnlus.. 7
y-iir from his surgical: freshness not to talk! Penacola. For further in- :special attention given! to Children's meh s .e.mpt '."< bffure. Wi, irndii then .r \\.1 w gar i< ilajr* Irrent& l _
\ : train vo ur "shop" while at home. The major re- ) as apply to T..elb.lold ana Porcelain Killing. Cronnand iu m.aduha..ter U)>. 1 4ji At.nure.. I"r. l..wd .!,'. ,...* .. ,Srhsrr 1'e" row and tusk(-dJM m rU f .
ormation AO.NLs:
Bridge Work lUIlliiNOs. mom j btfur paymg as. l>..1 drl.j. .
.t. Genuine tablets] mained the army and has since disUnguUacd R'BT.I O or

C. Never sold in I I ; himself in the rhllpplnes.I PETER THOMAS, Best Materiel; Competent Equipment. SALVONA SOAP CO.. Cnr. 12th & Pine Sts. ST. LOUIS, MO, t,

-.tsJoe. I OLIVE l'r\\r\YILL. Excursion i Managers Telephone. fi78.
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Just Received !
I THE NEWS is authorized by Mr. J.

OCCURRED LAST NIGHT Hands T. Fillingim to announce his with.

drawal from the race for legislative
-- honor SANDALS :!

e- Red Rough Hands Itching Palms Mr. Fillingim states that sometime ; J CHILD'S STRAP PATENT LEATHER SANGAISMISSES' I

THE ago several of his friends urged
him to become a candidate for representative ; STRAP PATENT LEATHER SANOA.S I


told them to look carefully over the

.,t.iv situation and if they saw good prospect : This Week

for his election they might announce .
4 ; To b% robbed of fi>'* in cash, a I I II I I I the like of which she hai never his candidacy. In perfect

valuable watch: charm, which had: before experienced. NIGHT CURE. :! faith, but with undue baste, AVI: WILL > ILI..t LAIMIIV ONI: vns,VIM- \ ; iLIATHIIl I \
The police were inmedately informed LSI,8
c upkd with it more than ordinary published the announcement [ i >AM>AL.
of the burglary. The Lew* SOAK the hands on retiring; t
,, and ticket before fully informing themselves as''
iClttr -t, a steamship!
was telephoned to the station immediately in a strong::, hot, creamy latherofCUTICURASOAP.

from Sew Orleans! to Liverpool was upon discovery but nothing Dry,and to existing conditions, their purpose ,

anoint fruly with CUTICURA tOINTMENT to get his name before the ,
tn* very unpleasant and undesirable to work on has yet been fouud. $1.25
the great skin people before anyone else;; entered
experience of Dr. Gilbert Williamsof :
of emollients.
cure and purest the race.
Tallahassee, who is here preparat"ry : BURGLAR VISITED Wear during the night,old, loose I

to going to Germany on June 1. kid gloves, with the finger ends Mr. Fillingim has only the kindest ;i I A I.tllI" .TIIIUIBHTIST: LKATlllIi: "A\i; .
ANOTHER PLACEA feelings for the e friends and de-i!
Dr. Williams: discovered Ins !serious cut off and air holes cut in the I

palms. For red, rough, chapped sires THE NEWS to extend his sincere Ii!
lo-s this morning when he woke i i
named Davithis: morug hands, dry, fissured itching, thanks to them for the interest .
up, oat in the meantime others in negro feverish with shapelessnails $1.50MEYER
1 palms, '
have manifested. His
they only regret -
tie hou-ehad discovered they had g reported that his pautaloonswere and painful finger ends, this I

been touched and had! given the fished from hi" home early this treatment is simply wonderful. is that they did not more fully

morning !and about ?5 taken. Davi- inform themselves on conditions before -- ---

alarm. the doctor said he was wakened by the barkingof : Millions of People publishing the announcement. '
Forixteen years pat _____
fig: CcricTBt Scar, 9S9i-ted by Crrii -
:'ins been in the habit of eating but his dog, but did not see <'r hear:: i OINTMENT, for preserving, purify- "My Family Doctor- SHOE
anyone about the place. t tL:aa'lbe: atfying the skin,for cl Mn.Litiw ? CO.
two meals a day-breakfant at II I scalp of cwt, scale, ant d.mdnm.a'd Blue Island, Ill., Jan. 11. Hit Jl. .
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the enppiDg of falling h fir, forscften- Messrs. ELY BROS.:-I have used
o'clock and at 6 o'clock. As Ark Your I* aler for AllenS t'
supper oot-t'av. IL. whitens', and "soothiuz red. rough, your Cream Balm in my family for Feel t"urni..bor.. for ('a-h Only,
tt.e-e hours were not within the es- A powdar for tbe Net. It cure S"oii?3. ->,i> aal v>re iuaJs, for baby ra,I.t*, itchingand ; -, nine years and it has become my
Jotl'allou4.cblno<, i5''''IHlni te-.Cor;.9 irntanons. and for ail the purposes of family doctor for colds in the head. .
Ubli-hed meal:: hours at regular and Bunion At aU drugjuti: anJnoe! the to.iet: bath, and nursery. Millions of 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.i .
Itore..Zx: ;. Alk to<1ay. Women WJ CCTICCRA SOAP in the fora I use it freely on my children. It is i ia
hou-es he a roomy --- Godsend children -- --
engaged to --
boarding of bath for annoying mrlaaimatioiis as they are I -
the house ofMr CONCERT AND DANCE AT hugs,and excoriations: or too free or offeu- troubled more or less. ,
at boarding
MAGNOLIA BLUFF POSTPONED : siva perspiration: in the form of washes Yours respectfully; J. KIM BALL. ;t LAW DEPARTMENTOF
-. Josephine :Schectz, 13 East Ro- for i1 cer3tive weakncgae', and tor manysanatve Judge; for yourself. A trial size i,
UNTIL FRIDAY NIGHT ON anti!*"tic purposes which read- can be had for the small sum of lu1 i I
mana street, on the second floor! and ACCOUNT OF CLOSING: EXER i.y ia;;et themselves: to womea. centSupplied! by druggists; or : -

frottin? on I omanl.! There are CISES OF THE PUBLIC SCHOOLAT COMPLETE HUMOUR CURE, $1. mailed by Ely Brothers' 5> Warren

windows on the north and west THE OPERA HOUSE. )! :nrof, CCTJcru SrHP( jo'.).wclean:'e St., New York. Full size 50 cents. John B. Stetson UniversityDo
In-rru-U an 1",ea1eaandanenthethiekenelrutele I
sides of the room he occupied, but it CCTICLBtOu.T'iLTi.: ..), to Ins CONCERT AND DANCE AT' Land, Florida.
tnrallaY'' iu'htn;, Inflammation and irrltui.s -
was through the west window that THE WEATHER' : and soothe and. heal; CUTICCKAVEHT MAGNOLIA BLUFF POSTPON- JOHN F. TOKBES. Ph. I)., Prelldent.LBEP.T J. FAKIUH LL B ?)M
"' PILLS(!+ ., the npw r horolatenuv ,
his pantaloons, in which were his co.l <-F.tute for liquid Re-olvent to 1 I ED UNTIL FRIDAY NIGHT ON Full Term Commence" 11'ednetiLlcOrtnler 1. lt!>o-_:
ear! :ail"''ean'e the bloo-i. A SI .GLF ?' ET Ufulii'lcnt
wallet and cash, were fished oh"a- to cure the rmr rt ca e, eaa'.y ACCOUNT OF CLOSING EXERCISES TWO YEAR8' COURSE-Th Law Departm nt of John B. stetson I t. ,
TO-DAY of baby humours.Sill OF THE PUBLIC !SCHOOL two-years' coarse leading to the degree of LL. B
Jtff T. :McSweau another border DEUKEE ADMITS To THE B.\K-The diploma of the Law I.Il'part 11"1
tarou{lout lit .) :.d. Brtth Dent, t SCl.rseSoa.e3t.LonJoa. -&, AT THE OPERA HOUSE Stetson 'Diversity Admits to tbe Bar.

t at in* place, was the fiM to discover ... ft-t- Parma. D.c Q French**i> Cum LfcixX Coir SRu.d.'sP. ,Prop*. i. !information FURTHER: t\FORMATLUN-regarding tb..Law>'or Depart the Law meat Announcement,"1dre*- ofl..r-., s. < ,

,t the place ud! : been robbel. He LOCAL t'ORF.eAiT-PU :/ cLn:1y: t'JJll:1t WON'T FOLLOW ADVICK AITKUj ALBERT J. FARRAH. Dean of Law De;.jrt::..

and Wedne day; light!: to rr.s.r: wi (1.. 2 2' ZS'S'Si5Ztr252525 j P.\YI\G: FOR IT. D. f 1. :
woke up early and the first thing he

nutlcfj wa: the blinds i in front of i In a recent article a prominent
Temperature in Last 21 Hours i
: E Y EVENTS physician says, "It is next to impossible -
tin room were oppn. Ha km-w he llulmum.. 'id-: ?rH*9 I I for the physician to get his pa- '
Minimum .. '
Ttur*-- j WNNr.r'iJIA'
i tients: to carry out any prescribed i"rr
had closed them before he retired ,
of hygiene or diet to the
and it at once occurred t<> him that Temperature Elsewhere : : AID I I cs Mil V.'i i left, namely the drug treat-
is- I,*.:] been r.tbHI. J.ouking for hii .\tlanta n '. n _. .. :> PEUSONALSf ,
K.sinnrok .... M t: When medicines are used MONDAY
clothes they were not wli'jre he had t'bicngo: n 'a is; L === =-j .. ,. j or chronic constipation the most AND TUESDAY :
Cincinnati ..... ,. 71 41 mild and gentle obtainable, such as
left t jIII, but he afterward found Ijaa' _.... _
;: ; Huron*%ton ? 0. .?'It.:. :a'' Ct
them on the front porch. Everything I Jacksonville ......n.... 7ttt city: today.Jot.aCary. Tablets should be employed. Their a1-
Kan.1 <,ny ... ..... "n n. .t use is not followed by constipation c e May 26th and 27th &
of value had bseu taken. Key West If:: 1- ,
o. nO. Whitinjr has _
Mempbl. ...If: tl9 accepted ;as they leave the bowels in a natural
Mr. Mcaweau dres"ed as fast as' Mobile n !ut i, a politics with Cary & Co. and healthy condition. For ale -A W(
Montgomery .& s. by all druggists and medicine deal-
(,(J- ible, went downstairs and informed N"Orleans .n..n. ..'0. >,I Geo. Y. B,nks of Columbus, Ga..
:\ ers.<
the household of whit had !- "_?. '., 7. i is anion; the business visitors here. ----- L.FRIEDMAN&CO'S.a I
M l. Louis 7s :5. Six Million Boxes a Year. '
ben discovered. He also l.UIrl.. A. Cohen returned from Mobile
.d., .u'.r'. Two lllmate*. In 1895, none; in 6,000,000 ftc'
Scheetz that another pair of trousers yesterday morning, after spending
The islauJ of XlaJ-t;;a" :ar has two boxes; that's Cascarets Ca-
were found with fan. distinct! climates, two classes of natives .tlld1Y: with friends. thartic's jump into The 5 fCCUUU\ Yard Embroideries and If(
popularity Insertions 1 to 5 inches 5c yard
Dr. William had been aW.rnel to and two ilds>""> of fauna awl flora D. C. Ketchuui returned last nightfrom t people: have cast their verdict. Best wide, all to -oat .

i room directly across th, hall from The laud Is about the size of I'rauo1 Chipley where he has been on i medicine for the bowels in the world. '

Mr. McSweau; nnd the extra cloth Alum larious; ,the and coast the natives it is tropical are darker awl than tua a short visit to friend All druggists---, IDC., -- -- 3,000 ;;;rrBKD; 5 C and 5

'I.r .u+ thought to \It., liiWith in the int
] and niountaiiiotis. There tb f Co. is again a member of the goods and silver novelties is to be
I'.H thought Mr.. Sclientz went to climate Is cooler! and the natives smut! tijjicola: Concert band: and Elite found at J. I. Stephens'. Prices to See Show Window. i?

hi- room and called to him, telling er and I lULter! in color than on tb'! Orchestra.! please all. ,,', ,., ,', ,., ,', ,.iiiiirii a
coast. But! in the Interior they are -- --------
him of her *u=picion The doctor
more intelligent, and they rule the !;, H. M. Jcrnigaa came down from C.A.BTOrt.ZA.
fflt fir his wallet and found it, laud. Milton last night to attend the Bean the Ito Knt You Halt Mean.Sal SATURDAY AND MONDAY S-=

'emptied ; amt a gold watch charm, Bell-Langley: wedding, and incidentally Biguttnof If+ # _
McSwIn"y'n tion.Near :;.-,<)
which had become dntiched from :: to -p end a few days in the fair Cliihln-ii's slippt-r-t worth &
Horn Head, County r'onf:>;; 1 city. Iq! ..1U and *2.0(5, sizes }< r to II and $1 1 I Ii :
hi fob y.-=terda '. was al-o miil4ing.; Iicland, thoru is a hole iu the rod II to 2, all to go PaIr .

The charm hid been brought frolion m called MiSwIney's Rtiti. It la on th'sitscoast The Married Ladies': Euchre club ii' r" rl 'rr: *

: Konill China and had en- and is said to have connt'ctiorwith met at Mr*. Weiland's yeHt'rdayaftern'Qn. See Show Window. :
a cavern. When the! north olio .
Mrs. M. B. Dannhei r
Craved upon it a Chinese face and Wows and the sea Is at !half flood tb: <
won first prize and Mrs. D. Levey, YOUIW ANXIOUS TO PLEASE, =
.mutal character was prized windIn.l the waves enter the: cavern ecoud
and send up Jets <>f water from tlM! i prize. mr S -'

highly "I/:'mil ta height of more than 1,.0 l Capt. J. H. Fuller, !or., and J. H. l. 0

Further search of the pren.iieshowe feet The jetof water are aecou::. Fuller Jr., left on tbe noon train FRIEDMAN & CO.
.i that the burp I'ir Ii id entered jianietl: by Explosions: whit-h may lhetird :< yesterday for their home at Nada l
for mllt.s.The .
the house through a window on the I wah, Ala., after a short business : RACKET STORE. .
R mmm s
to Pensacola.
east ride, fir-t getting into thE dining lapis Motlnc Fly. '

room. Between the blinds soul The rapidity which iasects tn7- Sirs Lop Mayer and chilJren,
el l Is astonishing, The connuon btJ'se Mark and Oerson mmNJ
arrived home
he -enmoky marks where the
fly makes '>.> strokes i"-r second when Sunday afternoon from Montgora-
thief had evidently lit a in itch and hi the art of ordinary tli;lit. that out D'' -
ery. alter a pleasant visit of six
the aid of the rt.fI.cli b,'r of strokes. cauiint/.; un a,Iv a Ill'" DAILY MENUS I ---
by peered weeks to :\
lu.layer's Mr.
movement of twenty\c feet Our Paxson & !
into the room and made his way l ben iiatiinilKts: sty that this can be: and Mrs. Bodeahemi.Kv. Comprise all the Up-to- Hall's'Transfer. '

without tumbling. IlIt'r."s..1 sevtufold.I J. A. Bennett has resigned as Date Dishes the Mar

Frota the dining room he had I pastor of the Christian church here, kets of the World
"'s. torry. he having been elected
into the bedroom secretary of Afford.
bOLe occupied by "\ man jut t-illed. doctor, an nl!ly the Indian River Land and Derfelop- .
Mro. sfcheetz and children, and from felinettbu askod If you noro In lie.!
lug Co. 5f r. Bennett left today for
took from lAM I he \\ante to give you a horsetupping SPECIAL ATTENTION
room a pocketbook $1 1, x ," :Mississippi: and will then fo\ to

all the content, and a gold breast "Well and what did you tell him?" Michigan in the interest of the land Ladies' Private GIVEN TO

pin. "I said I was extremely sorry, but company Dining Parlor. Baggage and
------ Hauling.Machinery
From this bedroom the thi ei"u bier were Dot at Lomel"! -Der Dorfbar- Humors feed on humors-the .

ascended the stairs aud struck the sooner you get rid of them the bettor Safes, Pianos and

harvest above spoken of MMedwean'a r' The hiiich in liuie -Hood's: Sarsaparilla ii the med. : Regular Dinner Daily. Furniture Moved Promptly at

When people begin to lose apretite iciae to take.If Short Notice also
loss was: net learned. or to get tired easily, the lent ; Conduct....

Before be left the house the tbiel imprudence brines on !9ickn"s. of L'Iltt3T-CLAN-'
you thinking
The stitch in time that saves nine moving. Short Orders Promptly
went into a roin occupied by Capt. is Hood's Wash Day
Sarsaparilla ta\ea
now. see Harry Hallmark or call phone Filled. Night or Day.
Voombs and ransacked the room and This great medicine enjoys the Livery, Feed and
game distinction as a preventive that 251 and let him quote you prices. He With a Gas Rangei3 *
wardrobe generally. Capt. Toombsw it does as a cure, which is saying a

..nt oil early this morning, and it great deal, for never before in t tEO has the best spring floats in the city. If you It.,wlah Something YOU'U Good flnllt to a Eat( :, Sale Stables. no longer a blue M"' "
history of medical
science has -
c.unct be said! whether or not he lost mach been I with it's heat and steam and km,if
thought given to preventive The man: who owns! his own home Nick Apostle's Corner Zirragossa and: Jefferson Struts, ."
any cash. medicine is being given insures himself: against lots of annoyances. Those housekeep
ID sp.ikD of tbo stealing this DOW. ---- trouble and worry. Nobody can Popular Restaurant. j TeUphooe 25 J. who value a good servant can m&k;
raise his rent, and the rent day hag -
morning Mrs. Scheetz said that she CONCERT AND DANCE AT no terrors for him. It's easy to own the work lighter with a Gas Rat

via positive some drug to produce MAGNOLIA BLUFF PO.iTPONED a home now-a-days. Thos. C. HARRY HALLflARK.M as it saves time and labor as welt
UNTIL FRIDAY NIGHT ON Watson &; Co. can tell you how '
deep sleep had been administeredb.M ACCOUNT OF CLOSING EXERCISESOFTHE ;- easy it !+. Call ana see them Transfer DeplU'tm'Ilt. fuel. Iu facilities for all kmd-

as she: is very eay to wake, aeligLt PUBLIC SCHOOL cooking are infinitely superior

noise arousingfher at any I ATTHE01'ERAHOL'SE. to If a friend von want, go a and nice look present through to give the If you wish the very best Marston $ Quina are sole coal ranges or etovas.Peisacflla .

time. She said that,about- 2 a. m. elegant line of suitable articles at ice cream freezer at the very agents for the celebrated
Plant a spring garden.'The J. I. Stephens, you surely can find lowest price, the Willis Odorless
ttr baby fretted aDd awoke her. At Willis Hardware Co. something to please you. If you refrigerators, Gas Co.
want anything in the Diamond line Hardware Co. can please absolutely guaranteed ,
that time she had: strange! feeling, can sell the tools or
you cheap. be sure to see him before you bay. j
yore refunded.
money No. 3 S. Palifox St., Penucoli.u. Fl.I .

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