The daily news

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The daily news
Uniform Title:
Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Pensacola Fla
The News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
May 28, 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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MARTINIQUE Republican State Convention': ftkL jj4IN'POWoER :

at Cleveland. | BY TRAIN ...
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George Kennan, Celebrated Explorer, and I EVERY TRAIN BRINGS CROWDS I, -- I

-- '.i I i i A foolhardy act on the part r If : 'I

Robert Hill, Geologist Fail to Return From All Kinds of Schemes Being Dllc saed-: 't.f5d.=y Blues: : 19 years old colored,

Minor Officers Will Be Nomirnfcd'cauae$ him to lose both of his; feet
:Mont Pelee. Makes delicious hot biscuit rolls I
and Then Comes Real Fight on Vital this morning; near the cotton com- i

Issues Vf*Campaign. I II pre.!. crusts, griddle cakes and muffins. !.

V.,..., I searching; party owing; to the dangerous Cleveland O. May 27.-Every I Hines is at St. Anthony's hospital, I,.

\ !,. :Mjy .!:.-A dNputchFrance condition of the country and ing train today was crowded Incom'l i where ha was taken by orders of Dr. '

I I ditional delegates and visitors Renshaw the L. & N. surgeon. The A cream of tartar powder, absolutely pure.ROYAL ;
: JI- received here
the complete ignorance a? to the ,
Republican state convention, which I i I patrol wagon was used to convey

i':.sii'ion: says George Ken- whereabouts of the explorers. will be called to order late this afternoon him.
in the Central armory. Indications BAKING PONDER CO., NEW YORK. i iDAa it
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f.,moua explorer and travel- About S o'clock engine: No. 430 was j
are that the convention will have -

':ii-lnjr and it Is feared he GRANDEST SWINDLEOF a very large attendace. Seats have :i. engaged in shifting cars near the
been provided for 8.000 in the WM. LANE HANCED .j
-.J in the last explosion of persons compress. When this work was PALMER ; i
hall and it is believed every chair will
THE CENTURY completed the engine was coupled
v iMee. Also rave appre- be occupied when the convention is !,
called to order this afternoon.It to about a dozen empty cars and a AT PHILADELPHIA 'I
-, .- entertained for the safetyor 1 -- DIED TO-DAY
is evident that the leaders who start made for the city. The train I

!'. Robert Hill of the Special to The News.Philadelphia had announced that they would takea t
bad proceeded but a short way when
hand in pedal to the .
the Dominations for minor I
j Slates geological andN : May :: !.-Madam the side of the *
i : survey stat officers ware compelled to take Hines ran up to cars Special to The News. .>l I&li.t.iay 27.- William Haw |

.:, .: ;ii Geographical Society. It and Frederick HUII bert, leaders in part today in the contest for food and and tried to grab the steps. Ha was mon Lain, nt'gllalli hanged at 10:09 ,
New Orleans 23. Dr. B. M.
May -
iVlock this morning. >
. ','Af.d he, too, 13 a victim of the what Waldeck-Rous, premier of dairy commissioner, and it is thought seen to hold a few seconds when, to ; f
that they win oppose Deputy F. W. Palmer, the noted Presbyterian divine The crime for which Lane paid the

.t "xplosion.v the ministry France, describes a3 Herbst who was considered in tMlead the horror of near witnesses, his died at his home here about i death penalty was particularly atro
to succeed Commissioner Joseph band slipped and he fell under the io'i?. On the morning/ of April 1 he i I
Kennan left Fort de France "The Swindle of the Century, in noon today. ;
uiacuburn. Since the reports have wheels. she[ and l Killed: Ella Jarden by whomhe

,-' Thursday for the Interior of the which the Parisian Bankers were been circulated today about the fight would !I The announcement of the death of was employed as a servant, and her ?
\Vhen it was seen that he
mulcted out of fl2.uWOUO, are against Herbst as a Blackburn man Dr. Palmer will be received with two (.811 hters, Madeline, aged 12. ant i
'.J of TascasM i and then returned there were great efforts to carry the fall, a signal was given to stop This I I Eloi 'p, a;l',1 7 jears. Lane had stolen
the South. i i1..IOr..y
be grief throughout
here to
: the
i'' company Professor Hill, who thought by police alleged "slate breaking" further on, was done, but not before a pair of 1! : from his employer and fearing I
and The death of Dr. Palmer was the of his thefts he deihrraiely .
the field is : consequences
aboard the steamer Belgeulandwhich concentrating against
with the determination trucks had passed and: severed the .'
: Monday Crew for supreme judge and against I caused by injuries which the doctor i; shot the woman and the
docks here today. pedal extremities. j
,'Umb to the crater of Mont Pelee Kirtley for member of the board of sustained some weeks ago when he plUnger daughter in an upper room of
The steamer Bel,;enlaud left Liv- public works. When Hines had been brought i their; home and then called the elder ;
, knocked down and
self t was dragged on
The platform, which was the sub- here, the pain left him from the child from the street where she had !
All were warned of the peril and erpool May llthon which date the ject of a long conference of party I j the street by a trolley car. He never been playing, and shot and killed her. i i
deadened muscles, !and, thinking he
last real trace of the Humberts located leaders last night, has been finally recovered from the etlect of the Alter the shooting he escaped to Cam. >
Uner! attached to the trip at this agreed upon, and it Is ready for presentation -! would die, he became very religiousand den. N. J.. but was arrested a few
them in that If the
and knew they were taking city. to the convention. "shouted" a great deal. hours! later at the railroad station ia

Humberts are not on board of the There is no change in the constructive About S o'clock this morning the that city. He confessed the crime and
!lives in their hand, but they
work of the platform makers. physicians reported a change for the after a formal hearing was sentenced I

not be dissuaded from the at- Belgenland the police of this country The resolutions that General Dick 150,000 BUSHELSOF worst; from this hour ne kept sink. to death. Justice was not delayed ia

make the assent of the vol- and Europe will be without a trace ,I brought with him from Washington I ing until his death. meting out punishment to the negro "
have been submitted to various conference ani in less than two months after the

of their movement during the past three da>'s.! WHEAT i i!I He was surrounded by his children commission of the crime he was u... !

,. fearful Aa this Is the first Republican convention -! at the end.GREATEST. cut ed.
: day came the most ?p CI&1 to 1 he 1ewi.Philadelphia ,
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in the martyred president's state I i u. t
y.!t from Mont Pelee and May 25.-Investigation slnre the tragedy at Buffalo last September The British steamer Wanderer, TO-DAY'S MARKET REPORT

'I I both Kennan and Profe- proves no members the Hum there will be a tribute resolution 2fit.i6 tons net Captain Robt. Hunter, i j EXPLOSION
followed by an expression of con
bert family are aboard: of the steam- arrived in this from BY J.SS.COL.STOCli EXCHANGE >
i w r caught in the dreadful fidence in President Roosevelt and an port morning p
.r IMP mountain. ship Belgenlaud, which docked here Indorsement of the Republicans in con New Orleans and went immediatelyup I East Government Street "

terday. gress. to Railroad: wharf. The Wanderer I
N w :<\ '.a. been heard from them The only changes likely to be made i I STOCKS. '
i 1
If want a nice present to giveto will take a cargoof 150,000 bushelsof to The News.
you by the committee on evolutions in Hizh.
ii.vv It is believed they elegant a friend line, go of and suitable look through articles the at the platform already drafted and considered wheat in bulk. This is the largest ::i Paris, May 2*.Governor L'Heur- Sugar..Open..12*'.,' 129'4' Low.128'.; Clo 129*e, I

w ? I returned to Fort de J. I. Stephens, surely can find in informal conferences will j cargo of wheat that has: ever been Atch.. .. 7 11 nt 80*,; 79tI; 797.
you i I re, under date of today, cabled from U.S.... 39! *. W. 39
,, .... something to please you. It you be in the planks on Cuban reciprocity. I 4018
tiff: if still alive. taken on at this port. The vessel III ....152'4 153 152' ]5i '
want anything: in the Diamond line trusts and the tariff and if the changes Fort de France a confirmation L. & X..19 ,;
--ibe! seud out be sure to see him before buy. will probably commence to load this fakir 13,9'2
'I ;' > to a you w made they will simply be in the 14. O. P IOU KlOV
i i of yesterday's report of a D9V 99se
forms of expressions. The distinguishj j i I afternoon. The Wanderer is from I Man..13213 132 1I 132' 1321';

ing feature continued to be the trial ,i j Liverpool via New Orleans and was fresh eruption of Mont Pelee Ht.Panl.lffiP! | 170169'4' 170t;; I
-- == == === === == ===: : : :ltlli' heats of candidatps for the gubernatorial Penn ...149 1491-l 149 U91f
nomination and other places' on''j[ detained five days at the New Orleans Monday which caused another H. i..... 6-114 64'.2 64.14 641
TillS ; i U. P-.104'4 104% t
Block of \ the state tit Ket next year. The workers i quarantine station. great panic. However the cinders T. C. I.. r,4 64 10.Jl10.112
Bargains 6335 63,2: I IO.
I i i il today were especially interested in ---- ---- I.. ]
\\ \ I WIII 1AT and scoria did not touch Fort de F. 100 liit I ) 4 100 100.4NKW
l ) the contests for members of the state ij

I Ir central committee that holds over until CHASED TO France and calm is now restored YOItK COTTON.
( : after the next state convention and :
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among the inhabitants.The Open. High. Low. Close,
1 control the machinery at the time I May ... 913: 9G) i :
; I 913 930 :1
THE BIG STORE when' Senator Hanna will stand for reelection. HIS DEATH I governor has abandoned the July ... ..S94! Mtt !M)3! : 898 :

') The control of the organization proposed visit to the devastated August..W5fi! 871 865 870 '
\ is also wanted by those who are Sept .. ...SOS 813; hftH 815
i -- places on the island owing;; to the Oct ....793 79S;
of 797
ItoFine Gingham Hem Sheets Bath Towels ) in anticipation the next Republican '
and Madras ;( national convention. I -peclal to The News. 'I torrential rainfalls and rough sea .'

Swiss lawns 'hje values )0. l'H'1I iill Turkish Doz"n Bleached Towels i 1; There is much talk in the open field I Platt*llIIrg. N. Y., May 27.-The feelIng now prevailing. CH ICAGO-'tVll FLIT r

for Hem. 1' Cases ; ) for Hanna for president two years i which has existed between the Open. H1 'h. Low Close .
$U O. and ; hence as well as for re-election as senator I freshmen and sophomore classes of the Troops Arrive From Cuba. July.... 73%, 73%; 72S 72'4

'iC yard 1 27iC yard 12 12C' t'.wh. $ ::6825 (( chosen by next the year.legislature that is to bei'j| university! of Vermont ha* culminate) E Newport and H, of News the Seventh Va.. May United 27.-Troop States Sept .... 72V;a 72?. 7ll.4' 71j Hcons.

j here in the drowning of Nelson Peaae '[
I cavalry sixty discharged
There is no opposition expressed to soldiers and
v 1'1-.0 CORSET WAIST Parasols !: ) President Roosevelt. Those who are Bond of Burlington Va., treasurer of I ninety passengers principally officer July....Open.64 High.644 Low.G27. Close 62?'. i j'l

LA 1C\I' Department, Department l. talking about the delegation to thfl the freshman class. and their 9.h' loft Santiago with! Sept... 60Ji; W7\ ( 597, 60 !i:

JIIUlt\. N.autduLShortand" 15c Off For .. .. ..39" y\ (( next national convention say they do The freshmen haJ arranged to tare the troops, have arrived here on the ?
N:'dium Cornets, I their annual bsnq'ut at the
FOr..fitC Cumberland steamer Seguranca. General
anti-Roosevelt delation, Whiteide, NAVAL e
11'htteihak and not want an STORES
"-ale t MARKET.Reported .
In All 1-'Ine (ioodF' .. .. J house J
1.luefor 1'hllWet'k or. 9c ( / but one that! would not be anti-Hanna' and Bond with four otb r who commanded the department ot :

IJC yard 49c each ee our 19c Waist Silk Glorias $1:25 i i i:1'INU in the event of President Roosevelt not of the freshmen came over to make Santiago. "-as among the passengers. Daily for The News by :

( being nominated. the final arrangements. Five sophomores The cavalrymen left for ChickamaugaPark. Union Naval Stores Co, '

( ,. state sailed to Port Kent on the sloop BOIII_. f o,
There probably lever was a a
: GENTS' GEXTS' 50 Silk and Alpaca Vests j convention of the dominant party III Alert and took the train there for WW -... ..... $3 6i| H ........... M ,I it
lrtUlent. NIGHTSHIRTS SUMMER Coats : I j Plattsburg. arriving In the afternoon. I Not Exaggerated WO.... ... ...3 55 U. .....-....._ I 3.)
Values Ohio at which federal office holders i I ..... ... '1
EIGHT Great N .-.823 fK ....._..... .... .
alga .nu'' Nainsook I l The main body of fr hmen. M In .. .. t9) ,
< as hers. j num. Charleston S. C., May 27.-Special M_ '.... 2 E.. I
were as scarce *" 1 2.j .
,.,:card and UNDERWEAR i ber, arrived on the steamer Vermont from Union show that the ... ..-..JZ! !5 45 U ... :'ILT': :::... 191 ,i
that Senator Hanna of
&1 Cambrics 75c to $2.50 s s48c It is understood at 7 o'clock in J, reports I-_...... 196 C: 4 beloW_._ I 20 1
i the evening, after a the tornado which ;
Suit will be tendered an ovation and called passed our that
\ Bruun
Half Price 50c, 75c, $1 1.dc Suit Worth Double i upon for a speech: in the convention. hard fight on the Burlington rock. section of tke state wore not exag Tt1a"KTIlI-.. 'hI

.\ )t Bond left his companions at 5 o'clock terated. S. far ai known eight people "I Never Knew Pain Killer to Fail *
I in the afternoon for a jtroll and it Is were killed: three of them bei.g .
.' )[F.X'M TRUNKS Fishinrr' Tackle !( ;' i CRUELTY ON HIGH SEAS :i alleged was set upon by two lophoI groes. The town .( ;os. vUIo and ne before, what can the matter be? ,
V UTRA W HAT :' : I, morel, presumably for the purpose of Santuc suffered most 59 homes and is the bottle? There, I f

'lle. Imitation Panama and CRAB SETS ; --- i kidnaping bin and keeping him from cabins: being wrecked. Hail accom thought so; it is not Perry Davis'

\f.mzid For 50c ALI8E-5.: ( 1 j the banquet. He fled before his pup panled the storm Painkiller at all, but something the !
':c-b md aU kinds of to The News. he druggist must have made himself t !
See the New ; ; I suer until reaped icon 4QCk. an
: ,'. for II 3eetbemtnwindow Dresser Trunk. Sporting Goods ) San Francisco.. May .'..-United ;, out-of-tle-way pace fti tie north late When You Go Into a Drug Store and Painkiller I did not for notice it for; I have used ;

II ll( J States Commissioner Peacock, Issued i! front. The pursuers claim he Jumped to get a bottle of Painkiller, examine cramps and stomach years aches diarrhroa and it, !a i; !

warrants here for The arrest of Captain.J i into the lake in an effort to escape it carefully to see if it is made by never failed." f
ICE BOXES Gasoline K. F. Martini and First Officer ".. G. I! by swimming. They endeavored to Perry Davis, and don't be persuaded I iU i \1

Hammocks ';.OOto$7.o Shoe Sale 1 ; Harstedt, of the army transport Bu- :I rescue him by a boat, but could find cause to take it something is a few"just cents as good" be- Bathing suits for Ladies I i

Stoves i ford, on charges of cruelty to the sailors no oars, and he sank before they could There is only one Painkiller cheaper."Perry and children at fl

SI.OO to Refrigerators still ContinUfs( ?; on the high seas. reach hIm.Coroner. Davis." Large bottles 25 and Oc.Burnett' W. J. $ B. FORBES- :"S:
The charges are made by B. Beck- ; McMasters will hold an In.

$3.51 $9 0o to '32. $3, 54.50, 56 ;\ ,!, hoefer. third cook of the transport, quest and the matter will be probedto Criticism. It Vanilla Is the Extract finest and has purest outlived vanllla CONCERT AND DANCE AT .

i )) who claims to hare been tied up for the bottom. Bond was 19 years of extract that can be bought. Once MAGNOLIA BLUFF POSTPONED J.

an hour and a half. Captain Martins age. tried, al way I used. UNTIL FRIDAY NIGHT ON ACCOUNT i 1

asserts that this punishment was only OF CLOSING >>I f ;
All kinds EXERCI8E8
Ii of chairs and -
lUiUhult obttgolt & oit.z'' charges continued were for that 15 the minutes.vessel's Other brig Ice cream freezers that rocking chairs at Marston AT THE OF OPERA THE PUBLIC SCHOOL IIi F 1; i
i l li ) where the men slept was overcrowded quick, at the Willis $ Quina's. Prices are very yaduVs j

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,3 isignment of Rifles Sent to Some ol Former Georgian In the Race In South ."_ .. iU..I....u...... _.J.l r- t,' .'.' ....-.,;'..'<.: -;;;.-.Atl% '.-'. ..", ....".vi:(...".:.'.. .. r"
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: the Collieries. You can worry for months : I ):.+: 114".r: ii'J; ;-' :.a J. ....!IJ .:.J IT'''' r!... ,..\ i "'.
I Hazeltcn, 1'a.. May 27.Everythingx Columbia B. C., May 27.-Tber art j'f ,:::

x. quiet this morning at the Cranberry about your weak child and not two very interesting contest about to -' <. __.-..

. colliery of A. Pardee & Co., where I begin in South Ca.rollu-tor governor

the engineers firemen and pumpmen ', succeed in doing it even aj J and United States senator It U difficult '. .

quit yesterday. Several clerks em- small fraction of the good that | to say which will command the THE CHILDREN ENJOY ab{ : -

jloyed at the Silver Brook colliery greater share of public interest f. i

: Woo refused to act as firemen and comes from little daily doses'of Although Governor McSweeney has Life out of doors and out of the games which they play and the enjoyment >' .

pump runners were discharged. I said nothing upon the subject, it la -2: ., which they receive and the e.Torts which they make comes the \' .:

F This week most of the striken in Scott's Emulsion. pretty well understood tbM he will not ; .:- greater part of that healthful development which is so essential to their "

.w; the Hazelton district will receive their I run for re-election. There art five men '' r happiness when grown. When a laxative is needed the remedy which is ::: <+ .

, wages for the first half of May. This This unfortunate weakness.";i i announced for governor; D. C. Hey- ,- { given to them to cleanse and sweeten and strengthen the internal organs ,,.-,, CI ., .'

will be the last distribution of wages in children invites all |! ward, of Coll ton; James H. Tillman. on which it acts_ should be such as physicians would sanction because its \ I

t until the suspension is ended. It is some i i of Edgefleld, and former State Treasurer 1 component parts are known to be wholesome and the remedy itself free from :

.' stated that a consignment of rifles manner of disease. The cure ': Timmeraan. ( every objectionable quality. The one remedy which physicians and parents, r :

were sent to some of the collieries or Many Georgians are interested in f well-informed approve and recommend and which the little ones enjoy, .. ,,

the l south side late last night. is not a matter of a day-but i,. the tandidaxy of Captain D. Clinch because of its pleasant flavor, its gentle action and its beneficial effects, is- /:; ..- I

1 rfeyward: as Tie motnTr"Tai a member Syrup of Fiji: -and frr Ui? wm: ? reason it is the cnly laxative which should :. :
i is almost vital to the i.
the ,
Carriage Workers' Strike Enjls.Washington cure (.( the old Clinch fanlly of that state ": i be used by fathers and mothers .J."F _

3Tay 2?:!-He stnli| .8i child's success in life. wlitre he 1iS many"rela IV s. j Tr.iT ey- .,,. 4- Syrup of Figs i 5s the only remedy which acts gently, pleasantly and a-;"' } ': .

the union carriage workers of this i iI I! wai'd is about 38 years old. a !large rice 5-_ naturally without griping, irritating or nauseating and which cleanses the '-: "''''

city which has been in force for seven | The full benefit of all the planter and enTer thaT race with! : Lt system effectually, without producing that constipated habit which results! 1'W-

weeks has come to an end. both employers I I many excellent qualifications for the ?:V' < from the ue of the old-time cathartics and modern imitations end against t. -;..

: and the union making conces power in pure cod-liver oil is' office and the cleanest kind of record. C which the children should be so carefully guarded. If you would have them : ::" .
i_ grow to manhood and womanhood, strong, healthy and happy clo nut give \;,
sions. The agreement is to become i i He (comes too "fresh from the people
to weak children by them medicines when medicines are not needed and when nature needs
operative August 4, work, in the meantime 'given ," never having been a candidatefor <
,: assistance in the of a laxative give them only the simple, pleasant: and .
:" way
to be under the old system ot Scott's Emulsion. Childrenlike any utter cffice. All of his competitors /-
gentle-Syrup of Figs.
hears and in for"2fany I
have ben politics
: Its quality is due not only to the excellence of the combination of the =
I'" it and thrive on it. Per. }tars and all have held office. J' laxative principles of plants with pleasant: aromatic syrups and juices but ".,...:....- i

} Weavers Go On Strike. harmless also to our original: metliud of manufacture and as you value the health of -
Philadelphia May 27.-Five hundred fectly yet powerful BRIDE FALLS IN DEATH TRAP. "
::- the little ones do not accept any of the substitutes which unscrupulous deal :
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weavers went on a strike here today for good. I! ers sometimes ofler to increase their profits. The genuine article may be > I

for higher wages, closing a number ol Tragic Fate of Mrs. Chambers, cf Atlanta t ,u bought anywhere of all reliable: druggists at fifty cents per bottle. Please ., -

mills. Bend for Free Saraplf. Ga. '. to remember, the full: name ..>f the Company-

SCOTT& BO WN K, ChemUts, log Pearl St.,N.V Atlanta May 27.-Mrs. Mary "r' CALIFORNIA: FIG SYRUP i printed on .
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SHOT SWEETHEART AND SELF. Chambers wife of Officer Janus "' .
f-. tile fn'iit of pack- ,
,, .t.;. \ ,. every .1 --
M. Clambers, of the city police (..,, t :) \ .'.(.1" .., .j a-'t'. In order to pet its !-\\it ,.,j y/ .",:)3-1
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Union of Pair and Castro Names New Cabinet force had a bride cf only a few .. "-. +'. t. r:: f..J .. '..:,4- I
Family Opposed I .,\ + .{. \."s,. : :. r 1"r'Ir" .". V". ; beneficial effects it is always .. .... .,, .,"' '. .,.:.. (1... : ka I It
Tragedy) Resulted. ('ararat"f'nezllela.. May 27.-President mouths, met a tragic: death: here last t-'r, '.0(\. '',": : .. : .. ... :':, necessary to buy :..j,:.,::....' \,..,;::. .' "". ..:: ..- ',
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Chicago. May 27.-Emil Rossman Castro has named a new cabinet t>\'Piling.olir I Co.::;:". y .'.;...... 'i: .. ..01':.y.I .... '. the genuine only :. ',Yo;: '.. ,"...'.:.. ... r. r _

aged 19, last night shut and killed bus which is composed au follows: : was: prelatln1suppf'r and went Xi1", ';.$'". !:.1." ..:...:.,-....,i--!'. 'or.f--..<:.. l.t", ..-.., '.-J'

sweetheart. Sophia Uatal and then Mini 't* r of the interior. Dr. Rafael Lopez from the kitchen to the back porch. I '; "'::':. .1..fJ foot ..... .. :\.t:: ...f ..

EBOt himself. It is believed! he will Baralt : minister of foreign affairs. Under this i>orch a well had been dug : ; ; ... ''j. ......'.-... .... ., _.. .,' .' f'
:; '. : -! ., "
die. The girl was but 17 years old. General Diego Hanllsta Ferror; minister hen! tht dwelling! was first erected I j : (i"t...J"J.' .; 1 r. 'f--. :::"" w .. .1 .. '.

She and Rossman came to Chicagotwo of finance and public credit General years Ego but it had long been in die j : : .f il, i i : i : \ 'J ivlU; r-:..:

months ao from Bohemia with an K. Tel'.o Mendoza; minister of war use and had been covered OAer. .... 1 .....-.t.' : ; r. ..w
,t ; :
: .
aunt of )Uos.>:raan's. They were sweet and! navy General Joaquin Garide; The flooring had become decayed, \:.... lii ....:'or "...'--:-...,. ...:.-".....-. : .......-.oJ-: ,
{,; >: ,. 4 ...... .. ..... .
hearts in the old country and the girl mini!'ter of euouragemeit. Dr. Arnol- '' and when Mrs. Chambers sapped upon ,'. ':'\,j-_'.,... t-:, .....___..,.,. .v.\, :,(... <;.'., '." I
.. .., .
was brought: alone because, Rossraan do Moialfz. minister of public works '' tl.E }icrhh tlirt.ctJot'r- the old well. .}.,......r..._....... ./..:'.i.;. ." -. ".{_;--. ", '.--. ...u"I.. !...... ..._. '......:/...r'
tad threatened, to kill her and himself General Karat 1 Maria C'arabauo; minister t'lie, i fanking gave way and she was j I ;......" :to.. -'.. r<#.t: '-.' .".' '4. .'

If any au"mpt8 i made to separate of public: instruction Dr. Rafael i'lirl'd' i.o the bottom a distance I It ..-,.."" '." .... ..f..", -:--!"'.''-\.1.f'I't"\ \' .-.....-...:. ...'." .TziT.,." 1
Y.-- ...,. .,::-.. ... _, "' ':': i' '.. :
them. The opposition to the union Moutsrratc.. some 4(' feet. (r--""'- .. ."i....... ..;;:..' :r: '. -".. 4L"l'.... ...." :".. ..... '..
was due to the youth of the pair. ';'):."c...;"....-"--..""(j ..._.--;'!-.:".. ."."'. .._.'.-'.".. .. ... ', ; \ i \... .,j. ... '. I .!
Ihr brought her husband ,." '- I
rf&cis ....'f-\. .,..,.""'.'.'. ;\... '::., ..'. '' ..._ : : .... ',. \,;.... .,.J-;f: .'." .
( '. I'
both of <
them ;: .
night ;
Sunday were '
Belgium Election Returns.Tiussels. an 1'ors; to the spot and after ... '
t. .. .... :: \\t. i ': ..: ? ;:y .: L/ I
missed and yesterday the police were May 27.-The final election imirli diR; ;sty the uifortunate wom #

notified. It was not till early in the rtt'.uus show that the new chamber of an was ought to the turface. ,!

day that they were found dead side lejle"entativts will be composed of I'hyitIal.1'r(> hurriedly pent for 'Si

ky side, under a sidewalk in the west Si'i Catholics. ;<4 Liberals 34 Socialists and did all possible for the patient's .
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'I fide. The girl was dead with a bulletin end two Christian Democrats. The r"lut. but Mtle; hope for her recovery r

1- her brain. Rossman was also shot' f-tvernment has a majority of 26 compared i h entertained Americans Buy British Consols. J W. B. aT
WnIG>> comply
in the head but he l still breathed to a majority of 20 before thee New York. May .-Inquiry among I' ,

faintly. !<'(.tioiis. The new Belgian senate willcouain ATTEMPT AT ASSAULT MADE. bankers here shows that In the past l .
three weeks British consols to the val. MANUFACTURERS AND DEALER IS
I;:2 Conservatives, 41 Liberals i?
ue of about $10,0 Sciatic IttiPumatiMii l'url'(1f'fOr end six Fotalistst increasing the Con- nt Threats of Lynching Military Is been

Fourteen Tears f tunVrinj. servatmV majority by one. Ordered Out bought for American account, apparently --rLUMBER LATHS
"I have been alllicted with sciatic in the belief that the Boer war T ,
: ----- Columbia S. C.. May 27.-At Fort

rheumatism for fourteen year," Town Submerged. Family Drowned. Mill there occurred an attempted assault is nearly ended. The buying of certificates
Josh of Germantown for consols i issued by the National
gays Edgar Fountain. Cot.. May 27.The streetsof upon! the lfi->'ear-old daughter of :
Oal. "I was able to he around but flooded erf City bank has beEn.: for account !
this town1'1' to a depth the proprietor of a hotel at that place. PEN8ACOLA
coustantly'ulter..d. 1 toed of interior i iFoley's FLA.
b everything :2 feet in many places by the outbreakin The young lady was within 20 feet
d; I could hear of and at last was I
told Chamberlain Pain Balm Fountainrp "k. It is reported! that of the hotel and in full view of the i'i
totry Honey and Tar i? peculiarly -
which I did and was immediately the second! house at Wigwam was de- tn'l'lht'n a negro struck her from I I adapted for asthma. bronchitis ROYAL STANDARD \VllISIE\ {

relieved and in a short time cure i. atro)I'd and the family drowned. Over .behind and choked her into iDf'nIILiI.\! and (madness.V.. A. '|i

and I am happy to say it has not :3i-i: head of tattle were drowned near ity. He (innng frightened ran, a \! D'Alemberte. H. Palafox street. ij

gince'.returned; Why not use this Bi ttd. negro woman seeing him leap a fence I j i I Years Old, in Cases of 4 Full Quarts, at S3.20 per cast
liniment and get well. It i is for ale
tier lit eruption I of him tallies! with a I -- -- ---
by all druggists i and medicine deal- i

(-r ". Whooping Cuuab. man seen ia the town dining the day. j Tie Happy Home well, i WHISKEY i. distilled at the Xel-t.i! I'

A woman who Ira; had experiencewith The girl saw nothing but a yellow | TIlls., Di;:til.ery: and i U fully matured ID w

this disease, tell how to prevent hand with & knife in it. Two negroes I furnished home. Ma rston before bottling. it is absolutely pure and not x :

c8f have been arrested on suspicion.! All celled i'} quality by any \Vhi kpy of the same ._
any dangerous contqueucfsfrom ij' Ouina can supply you
Yt'IIOTlf'roes are being arrested to | no matter where produced. The Royal Stan 'v
it. rhe say: : Our threa children with all needed in the is
eight old when bottled consider
?tits iatnre i. on every box of the genuine lie identified. Every negro house and way years and
took whooping cough last summer of house at the its excellent quality: i is the cheapest whi-k
Laxative Qromo-Quinine Tablets in the place has been searched. furnishings \ :
our baby boy bf-ins orly l three the market at that price. A* a beverage a1 i i 1
Hhe remedy that curt a cold In one daze months old, and owing tour giving ; !lowest prices cash or credit.CA.BTOn..A. an absolutely pure stimulant, there is none b. .. .f

them Chamberlain's l'ol'th Remedy There were threats of lynching anti: Hhipped in cases containing marks whatfv' .

( lr.T. they lost none of tl.eir plumpness the governor ordered out the Fort :Mill : : indicate contents. If purchaser, upon exan "
Canfipale\t 'i. 't u \\.i-. n mater inh. and came out in much better light infantry to guard the jail. Bears the 1B!! Kind Kcu Hale tlsals: BiKgH: the whiskey is not satisfied with the quclt

the an ot wiii.tij: riiL'li- In one" ot health than other children who did I BlguatulO /l1f1. _' can return the same at our expense and u
not u-e this remedy. Our oldest lit- I will be refunded.
his | ifttris" I- (''vproMi the of .
l\llll1wil1 : : tle girl would call lustily for cousrti Mrrrhnut Steamer. All orders should be accompanied by :
ulnnun syrup between W hoop;.-JK SIE It appears that there are only UI OO"" ---- .- - r YiGHryrAnsoLD b currency postofllce money order bank draftpress '' r
\s to for imitation; the
|JI\ttl'fII only PIN KEY HALL, Springville, Ala. merchant steamships in the world of DR. KINO'STRY j'_ money order. We refer to First Nu1
mnst T of M\lt' I had i is Oooro. -.9.t'
over This remedy i; for sale by all druggists over .teO tons and capable of tn.nkint : RDAR Bank or any merchant in Pensacola.
think I u" r a deal tl' him and.
prcat so and medicine dealers.
twelve knots or over au hour. Of these
far :\'. I know tt> no HIM t'!.;,.." NEW DISCOVERYFOR
.,[>7 tire British! 110 French. LOG tier ',I
lVurtl n $30.000 Offered For License. man pf .\mericB n. 41 Japanese) 34 THAT COLD. _
another IlIa"It'rl.wrih'r f Inlj.h.t3JII .
in (> Charlotte. X. C.. May 27.-Colonel F Italian. 20 Dutch and 21 Russian. TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. ., ;'

autnlnoiriribjr: \V. Kerrhner. a well known liquor dealer !. Great Britain leads all at speed 'fen' n !SOLE PKOVKIKTOK, PKXSACOLA. FLA.
"So far I have\ ili-rlrM benefit Cures ,
a< \ ConsumptionCoughs ,r
of Wilmington utters the board of in the fast ships of twenty knots or ,

titlon from any It OIKin l.cfii the from matter CUcro.not of .('4111I110.I
exclusive saloon license in Wilming British 7: German 5; American 4; PneumoniaHayFeverPleu-
underrate the a-lvaiitase of ---
a c'Mnliined at NTiStItzfla'
I'tulof authors such ..tddiIon ton. The fifty odd saloon keepers in the' French :2: Russian 1. 4! 8.A PRJ """
as handle
risy, LaGrippe, Hoarseness\ CtJrI every class of Liquor- '
Swift Itolinsliroke.! Juhll.un.Hurkp. t'ay have employed counsel to look in Cures Cancer, Blood Poison Eating Sure Throat Croup and bulk or bottle, wholesale or retail at rrn" : ,

Hume. iil.lMui, M.ionula.v and to the constitutionality of such a step Sores, Ulcers, Costs Nothing to Try. are way down.
I 1.1. Huracv but 1 and the matter will likely le madean Whooping Cough.
may a W:1ll'ol.. Blood poison and deadly cancerare I AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER.
roust! repeat! that I Mii'ie; 1 gut more issue in the race for the legislate the worst and most deep-seated NO CURE. NO PAY.

t:00t1. lIt only in \vritiu? Lathi but positions !In the primaries today. The Price 50c. and S I. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE.

for writins Inlh.h. from reading; municipality Wilmington now re- blood diseases on earth yet the AA ICKE & CO.

fiwro and lonniinc him by heart than ceivps f lo. "f> for liquor license It is easiest to cure when Botanic Blood

from nay other source.1Nn ;said that the matter will result In Balm is used. If you have bloo PARKER'S

there being a lively dispensary fight In poison, producing! ulcer, bone pains, Cletum HAIR...... U BALSAM." "r.h.. bats. plumber Gas and
Inzuriant rrotrth.N.el' Steam
I/OKH of Tune Wilmington. pimple 1. mucuous patches, falling Pub to Restore Onj Fitter
hair. itching kin, ?scrofula old rheumatism Hair to it.,...Youthful... Color. ,
Cut d ky bur
r.p *
I have sold Chamberlain's Colic, or offensive form of cat lfrh, 11' ,and II i"., p." roO WIDg.WEEKLYh'CIIEL'I I
Cholera and Iiarrlnvi Remedy for Stand Like a Stone Wall. scans: and scale"deadly canrerr: ; nt-' No. I South Palafox Street.

u k years, and would rather be out ofcoffee Between your chiKlren :aud the iug, bleeding\ festering sores, swellings -------- -.-- --- M, All Rinds Ot Plumbing and Oa Flttirgg Material Raps on "v dKUi

4 and sugar: than it. I old five tortures of itching and burning ec??. lumps, persistent wart: or sore )4' i I'EIF.PHOt01 .*'y. AH *
bottles of it yesterday to threshers ma. scaldhead or other skin diseases.How take Botanic Blood Balm ( B. B. B.; .
that could (ro no farther and they ? why, by using Kucklen's It will cure even the worst case after FOR STEAM DIVISION

are at work main this morning.H. ."' Arnica Salve earth's /greatest heaK everything else fa1! B. B. B. drains. I

R. PIIELPS Plymouth, Oklahoma er. Quickest cure for Ulcer Fever the poison out of the system au<{ the'. PEN8COL.LtC1mCfJaw.u L. ] [ -,7 eiy

As will bt peen by the shave: Sore; Salt ftbeunj, Cut, Xurn, ( rHrui blrt! the thresfcers were able"to keep onwith -el'! Infallible) for Pile*. 2-:><\ the blood pure and rich and building I

their work without Irving) a at \V. A. D'Alembette's drug !store up the broken-down body. Botanic L,1.BayonBg ,.
single day's time. You should keepa 121 South < (EUCCKPSOB TO AVERY i ""oOLF' ...." .'
street. Blood Balm ( B. B. n.) thor- and Fort at
bottle of this remedy in your home. --- -
For sale by all drugiri-ts i and medicine ongbly tested for 30 year Drugstores 4JO a.m.rrtYe at Kcrt harrkncM T:!! e.. I IMPORTER AND JOBBER or
SCHOOL Stl'l'LlKS: fl per large bottle. Trial 1UUU a.m.arrive at Fort Barrancas 10tt: ".1. $
dealers. -- treatment free by writing Blood p.m.lrrlvelt at Kort Barrtaeai r.ttp
-- -- -- Vt C, V. Thninpmw'a >n. 11 South Balm Co., Atlanta Ga, Describe ', et e:15p.m.arrveatFort" p. m. arrive at tort Barrancai harraocat .7Xlpt:15 p c HARDWARE.
I'aUIox. trouble and free medical advice kUU p. m..arrive! at Fort Barraceai 34 p.D
c8f Besides the standard lines of stationary iven until cured. B B. B. does not Trains e Uti Fort Karraneai Pen.. i
cola at
we have in tints, with envelopes contain mineral poisons or mercury I IronISail5Axes.thonli'a Mill :..J "':-tnlioat
(a'! so verti-ad remedies 7:15 a.m. arrive at Pensacola .. C0j t. aIL
many u" .
Thtssignature' i* on every hex: of too genuine match : ), lu arrive at 't'nl&colaU I Supplies, Cooking and Heating >t >v- -, Pajat. Oils
: c
p I.
I l. xativeBromo-Quininc Tablets Royal Crystal Bond. but i is composed of Pure Botanic In. %:rQ p. m. arrive at Pentacola a.U; s.&. I Window Glass Guns, Pistols! auJ *'i u.ii Tackle.
Kurd's Holland Bond. gredients. Over :3GU testimonials of 5uo p m arrive at ensacola.._. 6tf. p B!
the remedy that cares a cold in one dev Ladies' Art Stationery. cures by taking Botaaic Blood Balm 7: B. B. B. ) **l:.5p m."nITfoatPeuacol__ .-J"o r8aturdayi '
Foreign Mail Etc.Artits' '
You will have pride in you own only I
flower gardens if they are on your plies, Memorandum Book Etc. The finest line of umbrellas in the FABtFORWEIK DAYS I
own ground. Your huband can buy All nt-wand bruht.Itnumc city is at J. I. Stephens'. Go lookat f nioola to Fort Barrancaiand Islam 't Giant Btilched Hfltint. Xortliamptoo Emery
a home, and he can do it now, al- them. Peaacola to Navy Yard act! rf.torD1.\ I Wheel Co., Liftin k Rand Powder Co., Johnson's Kalnomlne. -
though he may think otherwise. --- Pentacola to Palmetto Beach and re'.nrt: l> Iron King and Buck !Stoves and Ranges, Wm.
very woman want a home of her CANDY eAneaane w SUNDAY MHIDPDI.'rhea Coups & Co.'!! Raw Hide Lace Leather Ma'!urv's
own and if !she will have a talk with Seasonable householdand weather permit the rooclcg o I! Made Railroad Colo-! ?.

Thus. C. Watson & Co., the kitchen utensils at the open Leave coache Peniaoola. Lv Fort Kartaoe I Masonic Temple, @ Pensacola Fla

leading Real Estate Agents they i .. m. 10 a. m.
can show her how easy It is to get .0n m Willis Hardware Co.'s.Foley's II a. m. II m ,
one. < II
Jlnalolo. -- - I I. m Sp.ffi '
--- stamped C. C. C. Nntr sold In bulk p.m: p.m: ENNYROYAL PILLS ss .i CURE YOURSELF,

Marston $ Ouina carry Btwart of tht dealer! who tries to sell Honey and .p.m pm t-ra SAFE.,ai.... cn.k L.dlr., b.1..u.b,:una sll.tdara crvEa i'te ail4i for aBut,1oC1.a".1 ..

the largest line of matting, "some'hins lust aj good." No ooiates ( p.m.p.m. fp.m i IS g&v, III* KIM(. lllnlt..f ..,.I..J..'" .SGL1.. ?. .4 H I.e G.ata.t.edrrlt.nbaI t. awt cf ID a coo or tufBit/rn ui,.rat. 4 i
C5DAT -. .u. ".'r .. .. .. Fuolu. o FABE FOX K r. [ tmnu rugs window shaies etc. --- -- > fIo; r.... ..... "... 1..0_. .
Ii t niaeolato ort Birraccii S toY} ft .. *! We Rubber hose all.5ze.t We will launder spreads for 1 Iofd and return__.___..__ R I| (. '): J> 1'r1 rl>r:ri: , in the city. lay our ; at your n T.t'en.4M
*t 15 each loci =IMO: to Pa'motto Knot ace I V.** If ..' -Mill.fft.Vl7dE,...Bltw ', .. or sent io pisia wnrper,
Cents and make them e g a
'ptllr:1 M.-_ ____ I. I .. \1.11. IWWltb 'l,.,ttfe' F Jt-7. nprtM, i>n>5i4. WrI
free. the Willis -
; 4 matting Hardware Co.'s. like uw star Laundry. I ..... L -..r" .. {I 00, or J hoed,., 4.75.Y .
1 H N o freight received after I:U p. m. I aRU.a 11&1" !S..u... P I IL4. .4 I Cinetu

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Following the Flowers M -- -- -__

Parade Frcm Buckingham Palace To J ..

t. e, -tie! always associated with the name of the author of that column In the Westminster Abbey. r| ",.
.r t. the Shiocton, ., poet and story writer. On Ladies' Home journal Eben E !!. London. May 27.-A full rehearsal' j.I
health always thinks of a nature lover like Wr. Rexford as the "Let the GOLD DUST twins do work."
,5'lr of bounding and superabundant vitality so it sounds odd to hear that he of the coronation procession along your
was a confirmed ,
not so very long ago. The story of his trouble and Its cur is best told in Mr. Rexford'i the whole length of the route from I
need of a remedy for indigestion own words.F' .
,; the floriculture editor of Buckingham palace to Westminster I I I I

THE LADIES' abbey.anJ return, took place this morn. I
isg. The attendants and the horses
M jiving Kodol Dyspepsia Cure a trial, expecting only temporary relief, but am glad to say that A few were practically the same as will take I j
afforded relief
permanent and restored
s the
recommend it" tone of the digestive organs to its natural condition. I can i I part in the parade of June 26. The ve1 1

NORMAL hides were plain coaches and brakes
I representative of the elaborate state
"'med to by Mr. Rexford as natural conditions. This is
Health undoubtedly the correct view. The normal man is equippages which were used on cornnation |
:e man.general health depends always suffers.on the digestion. If the digestion is good the health is good. If the digestion is .1 day, and grooms and outriders r

represented the notable personages I

DIGESTION IS NATURAL; INDIGESTION UNNATURAL who will ride in attendance on their I I a.r.'t .

of ns have strayed from majesties. The first nine carriageswill I I LFVBS Orlt
sn many away natural conditions that few
people t
Jar hours, mild dissipation a dozen other stomach destroying customs of the are day really have healthy.made dyspepsia Hasty eating and, be occupied by members of tha / 4Jry

; tlon the characteristic complaints of the generation. If the sufferers knew how easily such troubles British royal family. They will ba

tired there probably wouldn't be so many of them. can followed by vehicles containing their I I eQ y Ut

i,i suites. The great state coach, which 1

KODOL DYSPEPSIA CURE will come last, was represented today |

will do just as much for others as it did for Mr. Rexford. It is not so by a big brake drawn by the eight 3

= much a medicine as a digestant. There have been and are other dys cream colored Hanoverians which figured ]

pepsia remedies which afford temporary relief by digesting certain ,I in the procession at the time ol
classes of food. What is really wanted however is
a preparation the late
Queen Victoria's
jubilee and
which will
digest all classes
c without the stomach's aid. This is the i
result accomplished by Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It is the only pre para. on the occasion of her funeral. |
d tion which digests and kind of The horses today were without the
any every food. You need variety. A More clothes are rubbed cut than worn out.
is often
injurious. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure renders a diet entirely crimson morocco harness with heavy

unnecessary. It rests the stomach by digesting what you eat. This gilt fittings and oinameutation's whi'-h!
4 rest and the wholesome tonka contained in I
Kodol Dyspepsia Curs is being made foi the coronation. The
x a soon restores perfect health. GOLD DUSTwill
d I rehearsal included the picking: up of
; passengers at Iuckimrham palace,
"I wa* troubled with indigestion a long time,"writes XT. II. .
BoMrth, ,
prom their
r Bent merchant and alighting at Weatunuster abbey,
owner of llire Air, Mo. "I consulted a number of
1r "1w and tried many kinds of medicine but nothing did me any good. Finally doctor I took etc. spare your back and save your clothes.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure A few bottles cured me of complaint I
heartily Better and far economical than and
recommend it tJ all sufferers from stomach trouble." more soap

"I had Pyipepsia for fifteen Y 8n." saya Jerre Long general merchant End of the Fair Is Near. other Washing Powders.
Blue Knob Pa. "I tried all Linda of
remedies and got medians from dos
many Charleston S. C.. May 26. Satur
ton but got no relief. Lately have beta using Kodol Dyspepsia Cure,and have
'r been feeling better ever since started. I have an appetite and what I eat agrees day. May 31. closing day of the Souti
r e with me 1 must jive the credit to Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and would recommend Made only by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY.
n. it to all other suffenug from Carolina Interstate and West Indian
the dreaded ducatc of
dyspepsia. .1
Chicago. New York Boston SL LOUA-Makers of OVAL FAIRY SOAP.
exposition will be
Pr' .'ed by E. C.DeWItt Co..Chfciat.. The $1.00 Bottle contains 2'-4 limes celebrated as
as (by actual measurement) si the trill ill* Charleston day. Great preparations
which sells for (0 cents -
are b*ing made for observance and the

KODOL DYSPEPSIA CURE DlcrEJ58eAwTATw. railroads will make the lowest rate yet bR.MOPFETTrs Cures Cholera Infantu: -,

granted for the occasion.
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-- j Diarrhoea.Dysentery

Miller Resigns. I IANNOUKCEMENTS Union Labor Meets at Denver. I tljp : 1 the Bowel Troublu o(
Children of Any
:v'rsity. C'al May 2fi.- : TVnver May :_ .-The annual con WILL CURE CONSTIPATION.A. fd Aids Digestion, tyjuUiet

professor of classic phi I viT.i.'on! ">f the 11'.-'If'rn: Federation of f A. Herren, Finch Ark., writes"Foley' pe. CCTHING.POWDIRSn) the Bowels Strengthen

-I'cretary of the faculty. I Mii.eis and Wes-r-rn Labor union ; Honey and Tar is the best AS the Child and Makes
asRcrabled -
( preparation for coughs cold andlung : Costs Only 25 cents at Druggists
JFor i ,
from the university and in this city today. There are i \ TEETHING I It EAST
trouble. I know that it has "
Or mall 2. crab to C. J. MOFFETT. M. D..
300 ST. LOUIS. MOo
has been
"n accepted by -"------" -_' ___ _'_'''_ __ h_.. .. attendance, represent\, consumption in the first!' .Ftpaaaca 8. c.. Nov.. WXX-IwasflrstadTtMdbyour family physician ID Charleston to uw TEJETH1NA
dan.! Professor Miller Is tug over Iftn.iiiVi, workers in the west !lta es.V.. A. D'Alemberte, 121 nth our baby ibis he.." but a very young iata tn .ft*a preventive of colic and to warm and sweeten 'fHollOala.:1k
:in Kurope. "This resicna- State Senator. ern states and British !I S. Falafox street. Later It was useful in fctrthiiu troubles,and Us effect bas tern hood lobe>o tery D..liclaland ofrw f wm jaox r*
The friends: of Hon. \V. A. Blount Columbia. The I that are coiu'iui>n.t opus the nie of drafts and lootbini aria,". that we bar come to regard H.stir BM kith tuhildrcn
!>' Ionian, "while doubt two organisationoik in - -- ---- : ,ainneuf the necruitiri when there n a new baby in the bonw and IInt.llbe""hiolfroubles are wr,anif
hereby announce him a* a candidatefor .e take pleasure in recomaiendinit it toour friends ln.ul of> the horrid stun that so many rnpi u<.tu tarp IhtU
-' 'i\uh of friction within State :Senator:: from this, the Second but the) cottt'entors meet apart both! AUGUSTA MILLS RESUME. baby quiet. nAKIwELL1.Al'l:1Ll11aaagrrladrTimeeaaJwrelty Tmiw. ns&''iw.J

ii' was wholl'oluntary Senatorial: District. and respectfully In secret se.-aion.; Tonight Eugene V. I

.'It lU tancc." I ak the support of all Dmo-' Dtlis is expected to outline his program All Have Full Complements of Hands TIME TABLE.

--- crate for nimat the coming primary.For for the participation of labor Except the King. I

Wan's Others to Know. Representative.The unions in politics. The leaders, of the I i Augusta Ga.. May ;26.! -All the millsIn LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.

,v. u.ed f).,Witt'-. Little friend ol Scott M. Loftin take western federation of miners and the the Augusta district started this IN EFFECT UECEMBBR 1.11101 -

taerfor constipation and I this mean of announcing him as a Western Labor union have declared morning, and with the eveptlon of the New Orleans and Mobile.

:.ver and they are all right. I i! candidate for Itpre-entative in the for socialism and propose to form or-1| Kin' ? mill bare full complements of --- --- -_. --. '
til to indorse them for I think I
Lesislature from Ecamhicounty.. I panized labor political parties in all! 'hands. The King; mill has only 16'), "n.5. :\0.'. No.2. tr'o.8. O.l. ;10,0,
wi fiud a good think r Wf' ought i5: a 12:15m ': 115 Leave..... Peneecola..Arrlve i
and they desire the ort of all p 5:00 a 4ael 9:00
ottier! know it." writes Alfred upp I II the western states. i 'but hopes to get many more during 11)11110; /1 p 1:11t a Leavt.... I-Iomaton...... heave :1:13 a I %::J) p p 7.p: p
.1.' tjumry. 111. They never Democrat in the coirim primary.For II II i the day. l1O a 1c.p 2a.a: I Leave ....... Mobile .... Leave UI D't,. 1Hi 11 :OO p
i ::'iip 7$1" Leave _,!few Orleans. Leave !IIai I p T25: A ___
01 Sure safe Will All King mill
I, di-try pill: Reoresentative. Pass Into Havemeyer Combine. houses occupied by operativcs -" -

liars- Pharmacy. John :Sheppard, !I The friends: of Henry C. Clopton Den\er May 2 .-A dispatch to The ,; refusing to work must be va- North. '
l ,
'IlJue.r ahn. l I I announce him a* a candidate for Republican from Salt Lake says: The '' rated by night. This order will force ,

I representative in the Legislature i controlling interest in the Grceley, i I many strikers in. or make them home- IL'tti No.P 2 m 19:13 SO.p I m I Lt'av8...... PeD-acola .....Arrlve 4UO 1 1\:00 No am.a. !I

area Are Tour Ifcldaej t from Esoambii county, and request Col.! Sugar company's less. An increase 14 per cent Instead 1:1am 1Ij pm.Arnve.... Montgomery _Leave 11 :1;) a m 11.15 p m
".',.paraeuslhfl.eurt'alltidneyU. !. Nam. the support of all democrats in the propertIn'' 11:5? am 9:0'1 pm I; .A rrlve... IiI Dlln .ham .,Lt'ave axes: a m 4U5 m
D.- Add MerhiiK KeiueoKPUBLICITY .l'blcoIj1"or l'i r Cooling democratic primary. which several hundred thousand dollars of 10( per cent has been granted I 4:05pm ands m I Arrl\'tI.._. a hV1l1e ..._.Leue .., .. .. _.. .p. ...

--- of Utah 4apital is invested, will l I lu some departments of the King mu Il. 70 Yt:91sm: a m 1Ii8 9a3a a m m Arrly\t.Arrive. ,.....ClnclnnatlLuve LoubVille _Leave 9Ui pm'i: am
.= ...-------- --- -- -. .I For Representative.The pass into the hands of the Havemeyerstoday I I 7:3'1 a m l\I: p m I Arrive .. .IH.: LoUt ..Leave 415p. p m gi .11:15 BSS p p m m
FOR friends of Chan M. Colton announce following the example set with 'i Drowned In LIttle Warrior. -- ---- -

I'' him as a candidate for rep- reference to the control of the l'tahugar Birmingham Ala., May 21.-Fred PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION. '

reentative In the legislature: : from Greenway, a carpenter, aged 20 No. 21-Vally No. No!top where time not .bown
THE PEOPLE. i K-icambia: and ask the company. It is proposed to t increase years, 8-DailYI! No. 2-Dally ID1o Ye.-Dally
county. they i i v __
support of all democrats: in the the capital stock from $500,000to : was drowned la the Little Warrior 11:55 pm 7:..) a m Leave. ..._ Pensacola ....?Arctic 10:50 pm I 1 8S3
y I cum .0.-.0.0.,1.. river yesterday while in bathing. He 13:15 night 1:13" ......?. )Ilohema........ 10:37 It I 8Oft p..ED
E Word Costa You a Cent. in? primary.For 12x1 7:101" ......... Ynl68trl ......... 10:3'
I | was seized with cramps and weI I I ::!:I" 7li" ?...._.facalUb. .._ 10:311" 8\11 of
K Wrrd is IllI
ttv K>cr) body.M I I announce myself a candidate for rescue 12/W! u ta .". .. _. .._. Harp ..... ..... II 11):21" fiyp r
him. His remains were taken U'JoI": 7:35" ..... ;
renomination for the to ? .Gait City..._.... 10:16" I :
9.w: 1 I position of Gainesville, Ga.. for Interment. 1 ::>i" 7t ........... Milton... ...... 10:1 1I7";;! .1
county treasurer of Escambia county \'t Q He :, 1:5 am..... ....Good Range. .. II ...... II I 5 ) ,
') ":' LTO Li'NI). subject to the action of the democratic was single. I 1:5): '1.15" .._....... 1It'lu .... ...?... .. 9:35" .::\\6" .
..........______. I I'M" ,
---- -- primarv. 2:5) 'I:*I" ......... lIl1gan ....._ 9o II 1:11":
'.\S-.<>n household furnl- -v I I %::iI" ":'t'! ......?.Crt'slvlew...... II 9:1'1"' ; It
'I i' iwi add all kiutls of p..r- J. W. FRATER. 8:'$ !I.5oI" ? ........V eer Land ...._ 8:1i.\ S'U"i 00 ,
l'.rnn easy Strictest 3:23"1:1") ...... fo8SY lIl'ad ..... 8:4 :
.1 i ApplytoA.A..lsh..r. For Tax Assessor.I 1:0:1": 9S II ..lJeJo'nnlakSprlngl., s Ii" :
.1 _tret.l'on hereby announce myself a, a { A WEAK STOMACH i '::1'1". \\IU" ...... Argyle ....._ 7H II t /31:21":; "
4:4) g; 1' ..Ponce dl Leon..... II 7II" ,.
I \ improved real ear candidate for re-election as Tax Assessor I When the 5)1"! ii):!') ': .. _\\"e.lvllle......_ 7:11" 'I gas '
for cambia stomach Is weak I 5lI' 10.15 .. .. IM":
mall amounts at lows county subject ?.Caryville.. .. II II
1 iI l on Lxihe .:. Brooke I to the action of the democratic priMary your food remains undigested, I II SS" 1aa) .. ...........Ronday....?....?? II 8M 7U"I I lU 1'21 ,
I. S. Palafox Ht.. Kliber July 15. and you fail to receive the prop. 81)1" 10.j" II ......... (;blpley .. ..... II 8t7.. I 14::' II ,
Swim I 8IoI" 1117"' ....Cotloudale....._ II 8:1'1" ;
I : \V. W. RICHAKIKS. er nourishment from it. Try a I 7'M' ) 11:5": ..........Iarlanna ........ II 8)1" l2p4 noon .
\ : \ Uri yet need money? --. ___ dose of HOSTEITER'S STOMACH I 7:31) II :.5" .. .....__ Cyprl'sL.. .... ::>1" 1145 1 :'If"
i A tiv amount you want I For Tax Collector. I BITTERS after each meal. It I !, :!') 11:52 "' .". ,??Urand Rldge_._ 5t: 1I::!:: II"m
nil mid lowest rates will :>'I"' 12:1/ noon .... MDead II "
I aid the stomach in its workof ''' 5:1 luau il"
hereby announce myself as a 8:13"
m proved city real I Arrlve.R+verJnoettonLeave 11:111" ; "
or an1'; Houtb 1'ala- I candidate for re-election as: Tax Collector digestion and prevent DYS- 12-155' 10-1a
In-tf I|I for cambia county subject rEl'oIA, COXSTII'ATIOX, H1L- - -

!,,'i:ROW MONEY I to the action of the democratic primaryJul' IOrSNE.e.3. and NEKVOrSNEbS: I + -GOLAY=4J CHOICEST

,ir property, pro- I 15. Try it. :

>...... i ir"sell real, Dave esiption 1 A. H.. D'ALKMIiKRTE. HOSTETTER'S : Grist and Corn Meal Mills -OF-

\ t,,n.- !tended to. 'I I
For Tax Collector.
., u la-. iatson' A Co. I The friends of Henry Bellill erau- a STOMACH BITTERS. I; lK.)![ F. & ", Prop el

., .,;.,..'urat-if ni'Mltra'A": Hijenta To everyone, Pensa-i pounce him as a candidate for lax .II i I C4il5 RnEit: T : f FRUIjS AND CONEEC110NERY[ Y
11 u. w.- all tend
money Collector of Escanibia subject
county, -
I ,
t" boa -
| to the democratic primary to be | :
Fund \Iotli'r-Are not somewhat .
you -
I or Kent. held July 15 Ir! u2, and request the PROFESSIONAL CARDS .

support of all Democrat*. astonished at my daughter's singing'/ .. II I I C
i .\ edrWltwBt -- ----- --- --- --- Professor-1 must confess I am. But' ----- _,.. II i Fatronlie Home Industry for there Ii APOSTLE'S '
i I ieturntha. I every reason should ,
you bay Meal and
: .'r?.t. slut For Member School Board. at her age one Is naturally ventsome.New W. C. ROWE, M. D. i Stock Feed from the Home Manufacturer your ,

.. i \V. York Journal. for by so doing you encouraze: home Indus 1 ld East Government St
The friends of M. herf- .
1.1. Agertou
111:1. I' try. Your Is left In the
\\\.N'I'IU. Office: ITS S. ralafox.: I money community
.. _. 'j ,
I/ announce his candidacy for the and you In turn are Indirectly benettted.
\\1 \I. i.> Ifiun. barber: trade, nomination as a member of the Alabaii odrtist LUIIlcntion.Dl Hours from ito 8:3) a. m. aad 1 tl Sp.ate m I In foster I nil the homo manufacturer TOil Formerly Cordova Restaurant Stand )1'I
int. only eight wtxksiTift I atur. Ala.. May 27.-The st ai.d after o'clock., contribute to the cause of labor. You owe la I
school board from district No.
I>''' *, cipt-rt in-truc'fi'i I It to thecommnnlty which yon live ant One car.loadotPineales at J1.75 .1
.. ntwl. want's !subject: to the democratic primary convention of the Baptist church will 3E"la.orxo: Q u. which contributes to your support. to $:tOO per dozen ,
',r, position guaran- July the loth, 1002.! be held in New Decatur at the CentralBaptist .II
'" :ilpd free. Moler Barber I. I
.I:'. La. mstfn church: (commencing June Ji
For County Commissioner.The .
\ ---. friends of J. W. and lasting throughout the week. Fully
i \\"t'I. Brewton of
district Xo. ;5 announce him as a 400 delegates are expected to attend.ATESSONINHEALTH I'>

i _-.end solicitor; will pat candidate! for re-election from said E. Brauer's'i i
':.i to ngbt one. Ad-
":ntr. Imltf11 district, subject to the action of the
filter idle
primaries July 15. Healthy kidneys impurities .
\11 .\ kinds o! empty beer from the blood, and unless theydo
VKKIEDMAK.! novetf For County Commissioner. I this good health is impossible.

I Olt 1'>0.\.1.1:. Mr. Frank Johnson hereby announces Foley's Kidney Cure makes sound CUT
himself as a candidate for ; kidneys and will positively cure all PRICES IN TWO
,I' : a most desirable Iota ? .
In rejection as county commissionerfrom forms of kidney and bladder disease.It .
'ay terms, by the KUber district four. Ecambia the whole
.:cy. 2Ij:"I Mouth Palafox county strengthens system.
maimI'ul'1:1'ltl' subject to the will of the democraticvoters \V. A. D'Alemberte, 121 1 S: Palafox 10Wyards Dress Swisses, worth 6c 20 dozen Ladies' l
in the coming primaries. He street. 10 yards for 30 Lisle Thread 60 pieces Medicated 24-inch Cotton
yard cents 1 Vests '
worth 3-5
cents, yours for aoi Diaper 10
.. .. does this for the reason that he yards in a piece, worth
.. ... I i cents.
.' HKOWX LEGHOKXSMoolc : wants the otlice and thinks he can 1000 yards Dress Dimitys worth 8oc, for this sale, 60c. -I

and Kggs; for cede.l be of benefit to the best interests of A. Wade & Son 7'1,10 yards for 45 cents. 1000 Boy's and Men's collars, 100 dozen
\\(1115I1a'dwarel'0's. I Ladies' Fast
\l l stfvi the whole county. If his friends broken Black. Full
j sizes to close
out 3
ij I and the people interested agree with 2000 yards bleached yard wide Do- I each. Seamless Hose. regular lOc goods, -I,

it'<;<')OU"-(-. him he will appreciate their sup- k* REAL ESTATE .* mestic, 10 yards for 45 cents. 200 Ladies' Madras and White 2-5e.for this sale, 6'a c a pair.t; pair for >

'j i 'l Bli1RkK-Manufacturer; port. 2000 unbleached Hea Waists, worth 75c and $1. to close at 1
I' 'ii.rto..8 n Hair :bonds:>> w. ,uovernment Hats. Toilet For County Commissioner. Rental Agents e>! ail( Money Bro ers, yard wide Domestic 10 yards for 45 'I II;:>e. Hose lOt dozen in Men's Seamless Half '

--. I hereby announce myself as a cents. 50 pairs Lace Curtains, 2% yards DC a pair., brown red and black, for t:.
t" Fur 1" IIH'r-I.-. candidate for re-election as county 28 AVe:>t Government St. i 2000 yards Embroideries long, regular 75c goods, to close at
;- commissioner from district 2 of Es- I regular 45c. 25 dozen Men's French
r 'R FUNERALS Turnigned price 7>j' to Sj 2c,10 yards for 45 cents. Stitched Dropped-
g 'Ouqaets special cambia county subject to the actionof Under Shirts, worth 40c
designs Surburban 25 dozen to
and Large
Moreno S2S: West Gregory the democratic primaries July 15, City, Property 1000 yards Dress Pique and Ducks. els worth 2 will Turkish Bath Tow- close at 20c each. Drawers to match.
:!lid I m 'I : $ close at $1.20.
'=' and ask the support ')f the voters. worth
10 and
= I.ic, 10 yards for 85 30 dozen Men's
I l' ..'l..O\VBHS. JOHN O. WELSH. Timbered Lands for Sale. cents., 20 dozen 21x38-inch Bleached Lace Under Shirts, 45c eacSlraw

- Towels for this sale, at 50c dozen. ers to match.
a t R9 and Moral Geelgue- For County Commissioner.The 1000 yards Dress Cross Bar, worth

ia Moreno t ordered for cnstomeri friends of \V. A. Shelby hereby Rents Collected, Prompt Returns Made S32c,10 yards for 50 cents 35 dozen 2Sxl2-incb Towels, reg2 dozen Ladies' Black and Colored I'
, t't West Gregory/ announce his candidacy for re ular lOc goods, for this sale, 9oc Silk Taffetta Waists
mlm regular I
election as county commissionerfrom i 25 dozen Ladies' Bleached Vest!, dozen. $3.50, to close at f 2 :20 each. price i

Si" !T Law School. district Xo. 3 of Escambia Valuable CityIroperty, Improved with tape in neck, 5 vests for 25 500 yards White Batiste Lawn This sale

county, subject to the action of the ami Unimproved: : cents. regular 12)2 will positively not rna ;
c' ERSITY OF VIRGINIA. democratic primaries July 15, and i: quality, 10 yards for 85c. for longer than one week. i 1

mtuins. Kid summer. July ask for him the hearty support of all for Sale.

< .nrretocandidate.loners' "l By who the Law have Faculty.for lacked the democrats. List with Us your-Houses for Rent. !, F. E. BRAWNER'S ONE-PRICE CASH HOUSE

,,'tion. For catalogue alT Foley's Honey ana Tar __ I

'ffrtllrT, (tharlottesrille *. cures colds, prevents pneumonia We Guarantee Satisfaction. i I + 0,=im05; SOUTH PALAFOX STREET. I .aE J.


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r:.f1of.,.:<, ." I XX- I. the bill has executive called committee another meeting for 7:30 of | PICNIC WAS AGREAT CANDIDATES IiSt I'0' est in toe'W orlli"i

' o'clock next Monday night to reconsider -
Politics and
I the points referred to in his ADDRESSEDTHE The 42.1 Annual Statement |,,r \", 4,

j -Ettered at the IMet Office at Pentacola.F1 i I Park- I Ending December iUi, coot .l 1l
,": M second-cleee BJatt r. I IOtriCE I''hi I communication. Chairman

, I I"i' I. hill has ever been a fair, just and The basket picnic given at Magnolia -
:-Pltf. Building 211!* South VOTERSThe
$ Politicians % l THE f [EQUIIABLE
r Ufoi street, up- tairb. f I impartial presiding officer. That the Bluff yesterday by the Ladies j j \

THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. NAt : committee, by a vote of all its' mem- Auxiliary, B. of L. E., was a great

1{ I. B. HILKON, Managing Edior. b :! bers present, save alone David success in every particular, and headquarters of the East! End LIFE ASSURANCE[ SOCIEIY

I W. M. BALL, Bualneaa 5fanager.1 the meeting of the Democratic I I Tobin, decided to perpetuate them throughout the day and Until the Democratic club on 'East Govern- .

i Terms: Invariably in AdvanceOn League June 5th the question will selves in office for two years, was no midnight hour, every train going ment street was pretty well filled at I Assets .... .... .. . . {.,. .

k .. _..Kiw whether further fault of his, for he was merely the there was crowded with happy Reserve and other Liabilities -
*Year by MaiL" ,__ '. .. H \ be decided any II 8 o'clock last night by gentlemen .... .. . . iOit '. -.
Bra that
officer. It is hoped seekers.
endorsements shall be made or not. presiding; pleasure -
On Carrier. Payable Monday 10 I I who had congregated in response to ---
The executive committee of five every member of the committee will During the day time a long list of 8urplusfrom which Dividends -
Mitrtitirg totes furnished on Application ;I I carTed published notices.! are paid,. .. .. .. .IT1.: .
II members from each of the twenty attend the meeting Monday night sports and other contests were
President James Clarke presided,
. TELEPHONE NO. 118. jPESSAOOLA j of the will and that they will order an election i out making everybody obtain Paid to Policy-holders in
w, voting precincts county and after routine business had been 1901... .... .. .... .. .f ;/;; -, .

+ I also be announced the chairman of held for executive committeemen as the greatest enjoyment possible. i transacted announced that several New Insurance in 1901. .$ av, .

Utz+OfJ 6tL each of these precinct committees to well as for the other officers to be Last night other pleasant diversions I Total Insurance infbrce

klt + be a vice president of the club. All voted for. were indulged in, and the last of the i aspirants for offices would address j II' Dec. 31, 1901.. .. .$1.ITS-! \
I the club, the first of which was 8. M.
democrats who desire to join the party did not reach the city until : Notwithstanding the greater .
MAY 28, 1902. :, One of the richest! of the many Loftin, Esq. I dial strength of the Society m : '
League are invited to attend this a. m. I greater security which its ,
I Mr. Loftiu made fine speech !i "
rich happenings of the current campaign a iI
incorrigible bumptiousness of meeting and enroll their names as Scott M. Loftin, Henry Bellingerand I holders thereby enjoy the It \ i.
THE developed Monday night after I during the course of which hei j I are LOW and GUARANTEED
same newly-rich Americans while members. 'I Ben Clutter were chosen as'' ter than given by other COD
I touched the fact that
the meeting of the executive upon some can
traveling abroad has often brought i judges in awarding the prizes. ,

disgrace upon the nation, but the The Democratic League took an committee. Foui gentlemen were I didates published aud declared their I

worst case on record is related by I'I I open decided stand, at its first meet- I seated in front of the custom house 'II I THE PRIZE WINNERS.Prizes platforms of too cumbersome a nature i KXOWLES BROS..

Cardinal Martinelli, of an American I| ing. It did not play with the candidates -! talking politics when a young man : were awarded to the following to !stand upon after their elec. Gf'nnalIpnili..

who the Pope was,accorded during which an interview he remarked with !' and try to use them to abuse the butted ia. He knew only one of the I : tion. Mr. Loftin was accorded much |i 309 1 8. Palafox St.. PENSv
: "I am very glad of this honor, other fellows. Its members endorsed I' party, but he did not hesitate to express -I Prettiest !girl baby under o years of applause when he said that he was I -
age-Annie Cherbourg; prize, a gold !
your holiness. I knew your father, :| the legislative! candidate from the I hU opinion that the people demanded sincerely, honestly and unalterably I
the late Pope Pius IX, and was" presented country and put themselves on rec- i a change in the personnel I! Prettiest! boy baby under b years of favorable to the return of Senator City Taxes !

to-him-in--his-lifetime.- ., ord as being the friends of the country I of the board of county commission- agi-William Carroll Hoffman ; I. Mallory to the I*. ::0;. senate, and had

'MOBILE and New Orleans health.i democrat*. The other side !1 era, particularly from district three, i prize, pair of gold cuff buttons. always bppn since the question was Remember, the mam

authorities appear to be considerably -I ditched its candidate from the country -I and he wanted an expression from [i Foot race for girl under 15 years ., first agitated. He would vote for ,I J
exercised over the extension of I I Pearlie Myers! : prize, a parasol; thing to do now is to pay
with the view of giving its town i the gentlemen. All appeared: em- him and do all in his power to elect
the date for "close quarantine" ordered I 1 Foot race for boys under 15 years- your city taxes before

fur Florida ports against Cuba i i candidate a better chance for elec gentleman j Ralph Davis; prize, a ilk handkerchief .. him should the primary results
I are advertised. You
by the Marine Hospital Service. tion. Country democrats should prove ineffective. The speaker you

When tlto-e cities cease to admit : join the Democratic League and I' the young man. That jolly gentleman i I Best three jumps for buys under 10 I II touched upon the qll( tion" of organized are now paying 3 percent

fruit vessels from Central American vote for the candidates endorsed by was Bill Shelby! the present ,, :years-James Church ; prize a pocket labor, text book* in schools interest.N. .

ports at all seasons,and New Orleans I, knife.
the League i ellicient county commissioner from and other things.!
forbids the entrance of vessels from i Best three jumps for girls under 10 i McK. OERTINO.m ,

South African ports iufected with !i district three and the young man isj I year*; Susie Wilkersou ; prize, an Henry C. Clopton another legila-1 i City Tax Collector.
Another good has been :.!;at
bubonic plague which have been man : assassinated j the one who, while he is not an j album. live candidate, was introduced as a.!
excluded under penalty of ten days' .. : politically, in the house of ,j I avowed candidate, ha been feeling j Lady having largest number of I. son of toil. )Ir. Clopton spoke briefly i

detection, from Florida port, they his friends. The caucus met at ,i ascertain what: children on ground Mrs. A. L. Wil CEOR
t II the public pulse to I but to the point. He stood I F
afford to complain. : kersou a hammock.
can ; prize
-- .. .--- 'Myers headquarters as ;scheduled I chance he has for election from dis- always ready to carry out the wishes b.
Tug of war between married and I
Able Mate lI8l1delilljt. Monday. It was there decided thatJ. trict three. He did not know Mr. II of the and
people only wanted the
single men-won by single men ; ,,
The report of Comptroller Crooin T. Fillingim being; a preacher was aud Mr. :Sheibydid; notknow
| Shelby 1 prize, bottle of port wine and box of chance to do so. I ,

for the year l'.wl! while it modestly ': too good a man to run on their ticket ,. nun. Candidates should .taKe. warning : cigars. Henry Bellinger, Esq., candidate
l evidences of the excellent I
exhibits that he must be pulled down and I Fattest baby on the grounds-Car- '
; financial management of the treasury -I j I from tlii*. Know your man before I i for the county tax collectorship, followed -
. that another man from the countrybe I rie Lee Miller, 4 months old, weigh-
department of the state govern-! you speak. in a happy speech, duringwhich
box of
: iug28 pounds; prize, candy. .
on the ticket in due time.
ment which has obtained under his put
he corrected
Mot popular married lady-Mrs. reports spread
administration that "f Treasurer !': This swapping horses in mid-stream "You fellows needn't think be- I
George Hoffman ; prize a rattan around that he was not a democrat."I i
Whitfield, does nut give as much of. looks suspiciously like a systematic I cau-e we've organized another club rocker.
it was born a democrat, raid a': ,{ pl
details of as
the management effort to weaken and demoralize the that the Myers club is going to I Most popular young lady-Miss I
might have done. democrat, and should I live to be
country vote -o they can run their > pieces," said a talkative member ina I Ethel Huarez; prize, pair of slippers. '
One of the most important featuresof Most married Walter 100 yeals old I will always work to'
popular mau- -
Mr. Croom's adtnini-tratiou was town candidate in, for several of I j crowd last night. I 'I
Coleman; prize, box of half hos>e. uphold the principles of democracy,"
hU insistence upon the execution of them have admitted that Loftin will]' "But why didn't you gather them
Most popular young man-Crona he said forcibly. ce
that provision of the revenue law' be elected. Their sole hope and purpose 1! all into the fir-t club organized and Suarez; prize, white shirt. j I I :j rt iJJ
which has been in force since l '\Jj; Judge Wolfe addressed the club
| is to try to defeat Clopton with i I make a big showing? asked a quiet Best looking engineer-Charles : I
1 but has been systematically ignored j| upoa nqlle t. This gentleman having -
Coston, therefore they dump the ; listener. Freeman of Montgomery ; prize, a ,,i I
and violated by the county revenue' been to Tallahassee knew of |
'! who "Well we wanted to do that, but I guitar. | iI I Your
official-, and which forbids the assessment man was too good for their ;, Money
1 Ugliest engineer-Geo. E. Smith; some "inside history, and related >
adveitisement: and sale! : purpose and will try to lead another' you see there are some of the kid
prize, box of soap in his own humorous and original !
year after year, of land already sold ': lamb to -lau hter. Will the country glove element in the I'ersclub and I' _____ __n __ _
i to the state for unpaid taxes. f manner thing? that had transpiredand ,, Back
voters submit to !such method? they objected to mixing with the Ladies Can Wear MIOPN
Through the enforcement of this I i were liable to happen in the ;,
common classes, so we had to or- i, one site smaller after using Allen'8 KootKae. -
provision the cost of MX sale advertisements '! .a povult-r. to be shaken Into the tboeii. state capital.The \vniim I Tom \
ha* been materially reduced To "The Politiciau"-Owingtothe gauize another club to catch the :i It makes tight or new shoes feel easy; give \\" ) II'
instant reliff to corns and bunions. It's president then announcedthat
i and the net proceed of revenue -. popularity of your department in masses and leave the Myers club I the Kreatettt comfort discovery of tbe age.Cures '

collections correspondingly I in- THE NEWS, I a-k space therein for'' stand for the society swells." I callous and and prevents sore *pot saullen. Allen's feet Koot-Kuse blUterg on next Tuesday night Hon. W. BUFFALOBaking

creased. I I isitcfrtiln cure for titUnK.. hot aching A. lilount, Hou. C. M. Co"ton and '
the following: I am not a chronic :, 'Twas ever thus. They want the feet At all druggist and shoe stores :2.:>.c.JulI'I .
The transferring of the function ofredeeming ) accept any substitute. Trial package Mr.: A. H. D'Alembette would address -
kicker. I believe the members of poor man's vote, but they don't > FREIIbywall. Address, Allen 8. Olmsied.SHIP'S Powder
covered by tax Le Roy. N.1
i the club in
the executive committee
county to i
(I want to mix with them
tale certificates issued! to the state I; I .
candidacy. Docs not Give Perft', :
from the state treasury department : be conscieutiousgentlemeu, but even I THE POLITICIAN.

to the county clerks has also effected : conscientious men, in their carelessness ': -- CREW Refreshments were then dispensed Hati"factiou.Guaranteed .
and Tar contain ''
Koley's Honey
a wholesome improvement in financial 'I and hate can make mistakes. freely.
conditions, the redemptions I i I nlf opiates and can safely be given ALMOST MUTINIED
j i I believe: it was a mistake for these
children. W. A. D'Alemberte
; having aggregated! during the first to At-k Your llraler fur AllPii'hl'ixn-KaHP.
; committeemen to elect themselves 121: K. Palafox street. A puwder fortbefeet. ltcures8wollenM .
three months of this year, a sum exceeding >re.

194 per cent of that receivedfor for another period of two years. The ---- The crew of the Hritish ship Lizzie' and Hot.l'I.Uoua.Kunlonsi.Aching At nil Hneatlng druggist Feet.und Corns shoebtorrelc. s- ,

redemptions by the treasury during i'democratic party has. adopted the i BAY EXCURSION ISurrill almost mutinied yesterday Ask Uxluy.

the corresponding period of Yell! 1, '1 I
primary of nominations
system for
: over the actions of one sailor named
i ---- CATTLE
under the former law. '' PENS
all elective and
: appointive otlicers. '
Kmith who refined absolutely to do
Besides these features the department .
Why, then, hould we not have aright I I FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE '
is entitled to credit for the duty, and who wa arrested in the
successful execution of the law providing ,i to vote for committeemen from WOMAN'S HOME. afternoon by U. :;. Deputy Marshal

for the refunding of the state the several precinct? Then, too, I II Whartou. --- Absolutely PureIt

bonds which matured in 1S)1. all of I
there I
nine of
were eight the
or precincts This cattle aboard the
ship has Lad more than her : pen steamer I
which debt amounting to $-**'>7,7iO, is, not A bay excursion will be iriven I makes delicious bi-cn'-; 1 I

now held by the several educational ,' represented at the meet- Friday on the steamer Florida for i ii share of trouble lately, it deems. '' Vermont are being built today I I fins, etc.You .

fund of the -tate. lug Monday night. Perhaps some the benefit of the Woman Home Ij i ii She put back several days ngu, leaking : and as soon as they are completedthe CFJo"AJOa can prove trial. this byl|! I

The reduction of the tate tax rate of those gentlemen do nut care to i j leaving Palafox wharf at f:30; p. m. and her cargo of lumber wad ;, cattle will be placed aboard the I.

for the current year from the legislative serve on the committee for anothertwo I'Ticket 25 i OSOAH! E MASalt
II *, cents; dancing to good j ordered discharged. This work was | ve*''el. -. '
limit of :3 mill to gig nulls wasmadt'l years. It is! never too late to do I:i! music. The Home !
order llet'dfHnd'j I being done when the seamen wenton It i is rumored this morning; that
by an
j 1 Patronize the excur ,
and 1 ,
a showing made by Comptroller right hope the committee will a strike." When Smith wa the veel is taking the cattle on if
upon self I and at the same thre help a i,
Croom to the effect that the (I include executive committeemen worthy cause. I II arrested the other numbers of the own account and will ell them in

financial condition fully warranted ( when they i'-sue the call for the ,, I, crew-became obedient. South Africa. iij !l
the reduction ; and this notwithstanding j primary election.Another :I WhV Thin Polka Need BIGYCLIS 3!
I This
ship dome months
the fact that the legislative I* a greater power of digesting and ago Wit
mistake made in the
was a.oilni1ttiugf'Jud.. For them Dr.Kings ,,
detained three mouths in Mobile on -
of the session of I'.HJl
appropriations : election of a member to succeed Mr. i! New Life Pills work wonders i I OSTETTERWius. const.-
had exceeded those of the previous (. They t-me and regulate the digestive account of the inability to ;ret a crew ii the Impure.blast "vvvvvvvV"

pension by more than $..12UOiU.These ,Clopton who resigned because he: organ, gently expel all poisons from i to stand by her. She is pronouncedby CELEBRATED The Hitter ,
demonstrations of litne-s was a candidate for the the system, enrich the blood, itni the brat known
legi-lature. laxative Big Stock All Kinds'
prove appetite make healthy Up h. old sailors to be somewhat of a and
for the position h' so worthily till Only nine vote were cast and the Oul2.1e.. at W. A. D'AlemlJprte';:. 'Jonah" Wood partner
inure the credit and south i 11 cures All Prices!
necessarily to '' man declared elected received 121 Palafox street. i
only --- -- -- I
advantage of Comptroller Crooui in Sick Headache
five votes. I don't think any man Tile SANTA: KOhA'sl'ltK

which the pending he seeks primary from the' contest dtlll cratic in should hold an ollice on a vote of imillM: ; KSTAIU.lsll.MK.NT FISH CHOWDERBY g Indigestioc Dyspepsia, fmW p PH'ONOGRPH! !

voters of the state an endorsement only five out of twenty members. Bathing in the warm !gulf waters is and

; of.hit course. i That looks too much like the minority conceeded to be th- finest in the THE SEA SHOREAt MalariaFever i

world. Everythingforpleasure" with and Music Free With Machine
(' STOMACH Ague. Each
Hold l'i a'....iiiaii. controlling the majority. If I safety. Good board and lodging by' a 5 I

"At the end of the campaign! ," i was the !gentleman so elected I the day or week. Luncheon promptly ,, ITTER .-\tnAI.lIlcoo- ,
served at all hours, day or night.': the Santa Ito"a: Surf Bathing: \"locl'ou! Fishing Tackle
Clark )lissouri'sbrilliant
writes Champ ,"from i, should refuse to accept and ak that CHARLES H. Jlf'RTOX, i establishment; th" noted chef.
congressman over-
work, uervou tension, los of !steep! another election be held when the 2m-tf Manager. Frank :Maura will give one of his Base Ball,

and constant: speaking I had about full membership uf the committee lebrated fl-h chowders every Sun ORANGE MINTIs
utterly collapsed. It !seemed that all ; is MILCH COWS FOR SALE day at 5 o'clock p. ni. on the seashore Tennis,
tbe organ in my body were out of present.
order, but three bottle of Electric Ci-Jf JKKVAT.1VE D}. I"l'R.\. OR EXCHANCEFOR beach. The -teamer Enterprise a New Drink :| Ping Pong.
Kilter made me" all right. It's the will leave Palafox wharf at I
best all-rouud medicine ever sold It gives me pleasure to inform this DRY CATTLECall 2:30p; m fVf'ryOulday.:; m 2f '-1- :
Big Repair Shop
over a druggist's counter. Over correspondent that Chairman Park- --- -- ,
wo'ked run-down men and weak, ...ANDERSOS"S.;
at lo West thae For O,er Itly Years .. t
j sickly women gain splendid health to Take make >choice. street and Can Repair any old thing'
and vitality from Electric Bitters. Easy your M RIO Syl sLOw'd CoOTBINB fcTEUP bat i
them. Only 60c. Guaranteed by I! inl0t OEM. W. Tn.-ms.: JK. been used tor over nt, yews by rmmoDiol iI i And fit Keys to any old loi k'
Try mothers for their children while
-- teething,
-- Elegant china
W. A. D'Alemberte. 121 svnith Pal. Easy to Operate Garden with perfect Buccesi. It soothes the cblia closets, (
tools in
I afox street.Cleaning. endless lofeas tbe guinsallsys: all p&iQ.cure wind sideboards and leather-
I colic and Is tbe best remedy for Diarrhoea B. Bruee
-- ---- purely veumbie- thorough variety and at rockibottom
,{ ladles! skirts and wastois i rompt, healthful satisfactory- prices at the Willis Hardware It will relieve. fold tbe by1'ruggietslneverynett poor little lUf.ri'r Immediately seat chairs at Marston F. ,

one of our specialties. Star Lann- of the world. Twenty-live. cents a bottle Quina's. Low prices
Hood's Pills Co.'s. He sure you ask for M tn.0510'll'! Soothing ; easy
f r ary. byrup"and take no other kind. payments. 15 S. Palafox.

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w-.JCfOSHEE' F'vIS-'plient-! F. C. HORTON, Cashier; 1M :

Condoned Statement: or the M. E. CLARK As't Cashier. I THE WEATHER n'h'


-- -
o"ORECUT-Falr tonight; Thui's-
LIABILITIES. day thowers; light to fresh northeast winds

I'" :tu- .". $l5 ,6tl.OO Capital Stock 200000.00 SPECIAL SALE
,nea.41 u Loan 67,034.51 Surplus 1000000 ,
... .. Temperature in Last 24 Hours:
erdraf: : "" 1.S1U9 Net Profits ....
I'Y s. So'nds and Premium.... ............ 80.260.00 Rediscounts...... ...... ............ .... 7161.91 Maximum_. _.................. ..... .... tedegreet l i rll m I
and 6,718.48 "" Minimum.....?......... ................... ..O degrees -OFCambric .
Furniture .... 132,650.89 ""
stamps 507.75
past&' <\........ L.xchaDJe...... ...... ... ... ...... 257,062.16 941,31525 I Temperature Elsewhere: .

I 1 Atlanta._ .... ........ .........-Max.14 Min.5fl Underwear I
1869,132.05 fM59.132.05 Bismarck ..... .... ...... ......76 11
bank opened for business October 231900. We respectfully solicit and Chicago..... .... ...-............... 50 44
; ,.., prompt, courteous and careful attention. your patronage we will giver I Cincinnati....... ......._ ...._...CN> 42 .1
t :ie- Galveston__", ...... ... .......?M 76 ;.
Interest Paid Huron_...._. 70 40 )-FOR ONE WEEK ONLY-! &
on Time Deposits. j Jacksonville ............ .... .. Wi W
I Kansas city __ ..... ............... 114\ So ,..t
-- Key West .... .. ..... M 7" :
M emp hI s..... ... ..... .. ..... 7- &)"_> '
PROCRAM Mobile.... ... .. .... N- 11I\ We will Offer Our Entire Line of Ladies' :
B. H. FAIRCHILD, CEMETERY ROADIN OF MEMORIAL Montgomery ... .. ... ... .... r'! M
New Orleans .... .... ...... ! sew York. '" -. .... (H) tn Cambric Underwear at a Discount of ;iiit.
urno MAY 30i Savannah------_.. .. ,KS 1 S4Ht.
BAD CONDITION i Louis .(W II:!! /t.i
The following is the program of

if jr* and Refinishing Furniture a memorial services May 30, 1002: .J i

Specialty Numerous complaints can be heard j W. T. Sherman's Post, G. A. B., MARITIME. .25C .

I'Ilollo 403.R. jon every side about the condition of will meet at Bullard's oa Intendencia

the road to Ht. John's cemetery. street at 12 m., sharp, May 30, EX FORTH.

I and, headed by Wyer's band, will For Maytodate..y .... .. .- ';tr..1". I
K. WHITE This is a very important matter and
march to the court house and there R. HALLIDAY & CO. !
| should be looked after the | ARRIVED. ,
/ by street receive the U. C. V. and !Sons of U.
.A", nmIi..r, Manufacturing t i Span ss }fadrlll'no.I7. Luznrrnga, Cien-
!I supervisor at once. C. V. and march to the dummy station 1 Juenos to W Wiltich Co Telephone 193. < j 33-35 Palafox St. i iN
.. ,,1 l.railuate Optician, hutch Alpha, 114. Lieuwtn. vt Vin i iI
---- i
i where the train leaves at p. m. 'cent to W 8 Keyst A Co
Hr ss tV'anderer !tiIiI\. Huntrr. New ......... I
: Orleans -- ,
All -
CARD FROM MR. visiting members of the U. ; to Gull Trausit CoSAILED.
-. .ik I'.l.foi t.. Pro aeela, Hi COSTON.Mr. I i
C. V. and G. A. R. are cordially in- B.--ThisSale will positively only last One Week. r
.r-vo.... .W M. Rail Bus. MVr. Pensacola Daily i vited to participate in the services Br isHcawfell, Martensen.Urnoa beginning Monday May it'; and endiog Haturday.May 31. ,
.rJ I N"\\s, 1'enMioolH, Kla. I and march in the ranks to the dummy cp I

i i Dear Sir: Kindly inform "Politi- I station. On arrival at the navy THE SHIPPING. I JJJ'JJWNMJIH'ammM. I

NEWS NOTES 1 cian" that I regret that he should hospital the line of match will be } ) ,)) } It I

( have been unable to understand my I through the hospital grounds to the I VECSELeIN I'OKT. I t

letter in reference toIr.. Mallory : national cemetery. Headed bvWyer's !>TEA\I S HII'!!. ; .
band the Br Cynthia, }'.<:>, DfrtU', to \\' S Kejstr: A f==-= ""' '''''= = I
and assure him that I take pleasure troop Fort CoSpan 3 For ,
I Barrancas and the Kranciscn NiH: F.ehevaeria, to Gulf
in informing him again: that I am in navy yard garrison -
.t Tampa brought;\ d >wnif Transit Co \ :.>
whiskey i bar- favor of, and will vote for, 8. R. :Mallory of the A. X. U.. United Confederate Nor Fane, 61-s, Keinertstn, to fvntacola 'l I

> "inpty Veterans; :Sous of U. C. V. and Lumber Co I < .
for U.'t. 8enator--wlH.t1a.r he
:Miiton ytterday for A. hr Glencoe.:';;ro.; roop -r, to order' i li
has opposition or does not have G. A. H. On arrival at the i inside Kr Hornby l'aUp.I.!:; baudge totiull Semi-Dress :
i Transit Co
j opposition. j cemetery gate the troops will please Br Vermont, i77i, Osborne, to C W Ha- 1(. If1 L

i? nuly been about sixteen || Very respectfully, j open ranks and the A. X. L. U. C. geruian! S U II'M. c.1::

uf million feet of sawn tim- i CHAS. M. COSTus.i : V. and G. A. R. will march throughto Nor King Cenrlo. 1'oulsen. to l'en'aoola PATENT KID !

,I .umber shipped to foreign I 1 May 2;", lW'!. the monument in front and to the Lumber Co BARKS .

.1 "ih here this month. 'i I I right of the grand stand and there Nor Acalhe.. 117x, BJonneks, to H 8 L Co L Blucher Oxford
;, The Sliirli in lime form a circle around the HUH Albion.: ". SnalltoS 8: Ll'o 1 !
'. :-ie meeting of the East End' monument.,, arodl, to order

.H-ranc Club: Ian night Chair-i{ Wbfen people begin to lose l appetite After services:; of the G. A. It. and A. Nor It Uulseppe Kirnia wft D*.Albuudo Johnson, to, order Monti, to Hosaco CAP TOE, Rl"GBY LAST, i
mnced the | or to get tired easily, the least X. U. and salute fired by the troops Kroa
;L I imprudence brings on sickness.The over the dead, then Rue Hera 1(07. Hoggblom. to S H LCo ,2 1 MEDIUM SORE, I
it: ..f T. H. Fleetwood, W. L. I stitch in time that saves nine retiring to the ir J H Marslers. 6W, t rank to order Ir;
vtr and .W. G. Dailey as the s |I is Hood's Sarsaparilla taken now. speakers' stand and after prayer by Bus Co Lima,V7o Burke, to 1'eusaeuln Lumber MEDIUM EXTENSION ; j

' lute committee. This great medicine enjoys the Rev. H. A. Brown, chaplain at Fort Nor Mataura. 1183!! Bruu gaard. to S: P t
same distinction as a preventive that Barrancas, will listen to the addresses Sliottert'o ill t EDGE, i il
The meeting of the Democratic it does as a cure, which i is saying a Nor Paragon, 7)1 Bosch, to H P Shelter
by Hon. John (OMr.1OS.t'I.XHE HEEL. j
'.t-HKUH, announced for tomorrow j I great deal, for never before in the Eagan CoIt Saint: Antonia de 1'ardova Ml.quarto, -: .s ..:i.i'i"ji
I j history of medical science has so L. Walker, Rev. H. A. Brown, Hon. to order !
.Ight| has been postponed until I much thought been given to C. H. Laney: and others, and HRIC !
Preventive singingby
Tiursdaynight, June o, uwing to the! ]I II medicine as is being given Miss E. Wentworth, Miss Clara It Due Sorelle M'llODNEHS.Am ., 144't.Costa. to order A Comfortable ana Nouuy SnOB for the Cluu. I

' tct that the Sisters of Mercy !Jl'eured : now. Beckwith HjalmarnT.AXt'l ..n. to master
Mrs. Pebley: and recitations Am Jamea A UarHeld.4\6, Pill to t!t LCo
- Clutter's hall for the Creole'i Am Nellie W Ha 'lett, -!Mumford.! to .. ...
by Miss Adele CharTee. A - --"'- -'""""-"'- -"
J M Huberts.
.1 eunllneneementexerci8e3t
cordial invitation is extended to the Br L'nion.7Foster! to master

.vTof precinct 10 organized a '' EXECUTIVE COMMITTEEA ladies and citizens in general to joinin UP, OLEARED AND HAILED FO8 1'l:1': BOSTON SHOE STORE

...-t night under the name of the memorial services and floral i 8ACOLA. I

-' End Democratic Club, with J. meeting of the Democratic Executive decorations. In the graves of the! 8TIAM8HIP8.
Irum us chairman and Capt. Committee of Ecambia; dead heroes resting in this sacred I*i I 7a/prftk Bat.Span BlhkHAlcxandHr Md Bilbao March: XVTII.\x (i. FOH'IIIDlIH: I'WI'I'il'tut. t

e ntuam as secretary. The club county will be held in the office of1 I| spot nearly one-half are of those who 1 Lawrence, Nor, 11 so, Kosnrio\

of ThtsnlcCullagh at 7W: p. m., !i the Anita March H,I It,it;.!. Leaders of Low Prices. H7 South Palafox Street. f
.-tnized in the interest !| :Monday, June, laj-J: !, for the pur- '. wore gray ; and whose graves i aida'ona TenerifreNov March:WBarsagliere. 19

..J T. Myer", candidate for ]i: puss of considering the the advisability i! are decorated with the same rever- Co 1n8t1.It: ,"'.....', at Marseilles Jan 11 \
i ii 1 of electing the executive com- I i ence and loving care as those who 1 cine Mount, It, sid Lellb Jan 12: ,
Virginia, It, bid Malaga, April JIM'uonSERI' '
Imittee tit cambia county in the wore the blue. It should thereforebe Sold On Guarantee
: I,"uucet lent of Lee Daniell j: primary of July 15.1if2! and for the i lit'o Y Jordan Am sid New York April 1
.: :,late for county commisan '''transaction of such otherbu-inesI j felt a privilege for everyone that to bp everything claimed for it. or .

", I as may come before the meeting: !| could to attend these memorial services You never heard of money refm.dfrd. Every' vehicle
di-trict Nu. 1 in |I I any one using
appears i C. B. PAKKH u. j\i to do honor in common to these FoIl'' '" Honey and Tar and not be- offered fur sale by u; is fully warranted I
i i
Mr.: Daniel is i
a successi -
i I I>A-: )11'HI'IIChairman.. heroic dead who sacrificed their in? satisfied. W. A. D'Alemberte, : / as to workmanship and ma '
-tate a cut, A competent i i Secretary. i iATTr.XTION 121 S.Palafox street. terial. Nothing, whatever, is mis-
II lives to principles and duty. By or- t i l% I
-. :11 in and would make an | I -------- represented. Our reputation assures -
TKACHKKM i der of the grand commander-in- I/ f you of that. Have on hand a
: UIJH tlf the board. Her __ I will watches and
a. I repair your
j chief, United States G. A. H., the variety of handsome carriages and
: -. ut the only candidate The next examination for white! ]i department commander tate of jewelry in first-class style. J. 1 f light wagon all style They're

i' litnet.M teachers: will be held school build- Flurida.. L. M.VALLON, Stephens. serviceable litO well a,* beautilul
I ing No. I and that fit colored teacher -j i j J. e. }'};TERSJ)\, ConlVlauder.I --- u and low priced, too
I. "11 the -teamer Florida I Thee examinations will begin i Post, Xo. 21, U. A. R and Ai..1l'tu. Rest Horse Shoer always ready.
I June 3 Hj\.l.!. Every tablet of Cascarets: Candy
promptly at a. m. I Chief G. A. R.Dunulnic.
:1.\ >'t.,[ fur the benefit of the I r "
'cr d
Let all those interested make note --- Cathartic bears J. M.
"A I --- the famous C. C. C. Milliard & Co.,
in .1. Now that the 1 of ame.. N. B. COI K. I Mrrrt.Dow .

"ilti-t-dthepupilsshould't \ :| County Superintendent of Public Intruction. ninu' fctrwt. London perpetuates Never sold in bulk. Look for it and No. :m East Garden St.

<' .11\ ,l1lt.U" if[ ti.N: opportunity i I .. _. :?'Bm-lw the naive of a eh'ViT man from :\loStl-: accept no other. Beware of fraud. .
--- u
' i .1 i>i-,iat ..utiii.'. The home is! Of All Hot Weather Enemies !I! cm-t.ts. Tlio...e here the Bars before All druggists, toe. MEUX'S of

i;, 'ttii ui tumi- atid thv 1 dies,;. mmii. tinfourth of July lint any siiniiftcnno1 --- / !
,.' i I of humanity cholera I is the wor t.i i j iji .\ulI'rkaJ annals and Thos. C. Watson & Co.
/: tjt f\cui-in" a-l that they be I 'Treatment! to be etfective must be ilcor;;c liowtm- ,
I I.t". r.dll'|. J'atrtlUiltd. I j prompt. When vomiting; purging j I i ii fug, the tint scholar in the first publiin the leading Real Estate Agents take (
I dHMl in Masx.u-liu-ftN all the worry off the shoulders of the
i and sweat announce that the disease and l the first
:M-.ili.-iV Murkier,: oMhHIni : : i- present, combat it with Perry i graduate vnt out I'.v Hananl collw. owners of property, manage! the ::1
renting of their houses:
w ,v '. ,livn Hi-rut bin. hrnsou fe-i I Davis' Painkiller. All bowel troubles came to llnglaiiil amid Itwarue a .liap lection of their; rents; the col- if t
" lihl i :1.1.,1i1..1I.lth, bad Ktomack like diarrhu: cholera morbus lain III ('rouiu-ell's as conscien- Minrthanif, Typewriting and li'erniurp. "
and are overcome by Pain tiously as they would themselves. ;Now is the time to enter school and for
H.i.u':, Matberiray'sowletPow. j dysentery a remarkable strnkc of fortune Their charges prepare a lucrative position. No
killer. It is health are very reasonable. vacation. Night and
equally -proniot- day H""iuns.
i Ir.' hl':11'1
i i :": wllalwryecurr. U..orms sent to represent Enlau.1 l at
all climates. !
i .' : :. v will certHiiily\'el i ix ing I The Hague when Europe' was tn-ni- c
:Id l i: I.h. 1 cia --
dUI! sampl.-s ---
U.I-h AOdrebtlAllea !5. Olio) tea. J I'jny-limuiin Kenevri Eight Away : Ming before Oliver! and during three .f.
\ %n<]makes a e 'e
.. held the tfic- of P.iitMi c'mllslIlor! I II
I at the iMitdi Tint. He was as / I

t-%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%x or as df\tr under] tin :Merry IM'IIII-I' .

t nnh a.. und''!' the protestor ,

nnnoM silJJi. aii\ it ,-u1})t> to FI*\J. III | fll
*...< 95SOLCAHN&CO'S... ;
e the rci.n (tf cii.nrli's II. that' tile man .
i j "
fr>vw Mno-ai-l>UM'\t:\ 'as ;:ral\\o. a

,treat bait: of l.t'ul :\Vwtiiinister.. \ i't
| I' u ?t.t rl' IH'/ built littw mlIIsillllS i ;mud Liu t

i slit IIi+\111m Irrt.I '
'r I)
i lo fists day I'
YOU WILL FIND\ \ _: lot Tt'\.t Mill. ai\i\. tlmuuhJeniiri' : t'l

I ( l hl\\ tiuh: i io; (...gIlUPII. there is'

d .\* 4__ _:*: ... .... r __ __ I, LU iia'iit-! m the Hr.tMi tmpiielihli ,J.'j,'.
.". -_ t "'"Lm. __ _"E !_*,. *""..- Z1 T" I f: is moif to us than Ins.-St:; ,

{ .SMITHFIELD HAMS. = 1:, James Gazette. Iii

.. .. Keteals a Great Secret d

I I It i.. often asked how such startling J

f --- ,. _-_ = --=-_ =-.:: = i I cures, that: puzzle the best physicians Great Clearance

-. .- .. I I are effected by Dr. King's Sew Discovery Sale
& I I for Con.-umption. Here's the
of k I I stcret. It cuts out the phlegm and
f and the best everything generally .
germ infected mucus, and lets thelifegiving o OF 0
enrich and vitalize ,
f- kept in a First-Class Grocery Store. i the blood.oxygen It heals the inflamed- I

j| ....FLORIDA AGENTS.... = colds cough-worn and throat stubborn and lungs.coughs Hard zoom CLOTHING
yield to Dr. King's Sew Discovery, :

'J FOUTHK the most infallible rl'medfor. all
.. Throat and Lung disease. Guaranteed -
bottles 50 c and $1.00 Trial i
fbita Springs Mineral ater. bottles free at W. A. D'Mernberte's. '

ISAN-NER 121 South Palafox street. $ One-Third Off Regular Price! ta I!

Agency Nunnally's Candies SALVE
= the most healing salve In Uv world

; Corner Palafox and Intendencia Streets. C1a\Te\ Ioney by buy ill g'I ..

your furniture -

'rhone i 1 178. k< ..-I. Pensacola I Fla. I'I at Jarston $ Quina's
Great Furniture Emporium. W. J. & B. FORBES.
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+ .ov oopp0'oil lllj itv it- OF ERUPTION Treasurer of 'the Brooklyn East End Art Club.rmXSTRUAL .

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; r !j I Inky Black Clouds Roll Over | irregu to their health we u- -
'i;: jI gener- hive more happy wi .
: o a o 00 I i i II Fort de France. !!'inning mothers and daughters, s .
I Ij a trou if they would use more iligeace -
.... coo; I ; t bles. With the vitality at a ia the matter of n i-
vO PEOPLE ON VERGE OF PANIC{ low ebb the Howl weakened 4t nykrj cines, observing results tn,
j ilq l I j the digestion disordered u"- would find that the dad 'r

she goes about pale- prescriptions do not per!,'!'-
, IIN DISEASES k1 peculiar; Lightning Flashes Accompany faced, hollow-eyed and laggard the many cures they are gn;?

Ik1 the Dark Clouds and All Along tne a piteous contrast to credit for.
fi ( the blooming health of "In consulting! with i-
. : Coast a Heavy Surf Has Been Beat i! her former self Hut over Mat III, ,C.s druggist he advLed McElret
1,000,000 women have found Wine of Cardui and ThtJ
di! The skin is provided with millions of little ing for Many Hours. I health again: by taking Wine of Cardui.As ford's Black-Draught, and so I took :r
pores. Fort de France Island of Martinique. a regulator: of the menstrual periods and have every reason to thank him t . and glands invisible to the natural eye, yet through f Wine of Cardui has never been known a new life opened up to me with restore:
tf these outlets the of the Monday May 26, 9 p. m.-Mont to fail. It has seldom\ failed to restore health, and; it only took three month*: :
tiny larger part deadly matter m 11j ;fu1' 4 Pelee is again in eruption. Huge, inky perfect health, even in the most persistent cure me."
that daily collects in the body is carried off. But and aggravated case of we l'lll'ss.
nature black clouds are rolling over Fort de You may secure the same r.'i. :
Miss Ida M. Snyder, of Xo. 535 Ber- Miss? if take\\' ,
intended nydT. If.
that poisons of IJI. iras
never an irritating or acid France in great masses in which there you
Y. has used
j gen Street, Brooklyn, N. she took it. TbedfoH l's I Hi I;
character should be eliminated through the skin, the Liver and Kidneys being their natural :; are peculiar lightning flashes. The inhabitants Wine of Cardui and sue says it helped Draught is the companion m-M.\ :' .

outlets, and it is when these important organs fail to perform their functions that these acid j I are now fleeing into the her into a new life. Health She JhssSnyder < isan'attractive Wine of Cardui and it is 1\ bv.'r .
j great square of the town. If the deso- is worth a great = bowel regulator which assi.-ts i
poisons are absorbed into the blood and find: their way to the surface of the body through the I,'! latlon increases a panic is imminent. j young woman with intel effecting If. take erin .

pores and glands of the skin, producing intense itching and burning, inflammation and Avery heavy surf: has been beat- the lectual position: attainments of Treasurer and she the occupies Urookme.JIt.mes; according to dinxti..i.-ou 0

swelling, and eruptions of every conceivable size, shape and character. ;,, Ing on the shore for the last two hours i j I lyn East End Art Club. This position relief and cure is sImple. borne

Skin Diseases differ greatly in their general characteristics and degrees of intensity. ] and an enormous, grayish yellow cloud ( marks her a* a person of intellect, cul are cured quickly and others UKwause -- _
the disoase has '
anJrefinl'mentanlihpt'ahhigh4t' nm:
at a great height is dimly visible in
Red and angry looking spots break out upon some part of the body wilh! ..a_ mass of small j the direction of Mout Telee. The night of the respect and trust her fellow I'1 Remember Low Miss Snyder' "v
pustules or blisters frum which is discharged clear colored fluid 1 women have in her. She writes: I of Cardui and has health 'I 1 I.
a or straw which dries and! Is intensely dark and the stars are .
lakes off in bran-like aud scales : fantl'Islhl". "If women would poly more attention medicines are offered you t) !1.1' .
particles or forms into hard and painful sores and scabs. only j
The skin often hardens and cities cracks and blceils 1 Fort de France is in no danger from'
from the effects of the fiery acids A million sulT-Tii "
::ir .
the volcano, but there is considerable!
which the blood is continually WINE of CARD I have found r..t. t.
apprehension of a panic in the night' Wine of i .ir t .
throwing off. Pimples, blackheads I Otiumwa, JOWl, April 10, 1901./ time should the grayish yellow cloud ,

and blotches evidences In /1283 I broke cut with Eczema --- ------ -
are on my head, legs and arms. The reach Here ana asnes ana stones begin u

' of a too acid blood, which has Dcctcrs treated me for about two years without giving relief. I next to fall. I THE NEW GROCERY

inflamed and clogged the tried various, ointments, soaps and washes, but these did me ti& good. There are no noises from the volcano I STOREMOVER .
pores. I t finally: quit taking medicine at present. II
'' Skin Diseases being depend- as physician said the disease had I i 0:0- : : : : : : :::
become chronic and incurable. Having endured this tormenting malady -

ent upon the same causes require far abut 16 years, I determined ta make another effort to get rid of It Rain of Ashes in Dominica. i' WILL

the same treatment which must and began S. S. S. in July, 1900, and continued it until November, whsa Roseau Island of Dominica, British!

be constitutional and not external. I discovered, to my surprise and joy, that not a spot could be feuad II West Indies. May 27.-During the Keeps

Nothing applied locally to the 1 my body, which before had been almost covered with the eruption. whole of last night ashes from the : a Complete, First-Class, Up-to-Date Stock

It has now been nearly a since the disease volcano on the Island Martinique of Fine
inflamed surface year disappeared, but not Staple and Fancy Groceries.
can bring much fell here In
of it !has greater quantities than !
a sign ever returned, and I am satisfied the cure ii pernaneat
relief. The disfiguring eruptions I ever experienced since the outbreak Ii j |No. 30 W. Covernment St.
F. C. NORFOLK, 1017 Hackberry Street Mont Pelee. Salisbury Block
will continue to annoy and pain on j i I TELEPHOK 3::..

you in spite of soaps, washes or powders. There no hope of getting rid of a skin disease i FATAL BOILER EXPLOSION I --- -- -- --- ---- -

except through the purification of the depreciated blood and neutralizing and filtering out of I I L ICE

the circulation all poisonous substances and acids. One Person Killed and Several Injuredat AND WOOD.

The purifying and tonic properties of S. S. S. soon manifest their influence in skin Richmond Manchester., May ,27.Va.-One dead i WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH La GER TRADE

affections; the debilitated system is invigorated and toned up, and the gradual disappearanceof and five seriously, It not fatally in- "

the eruptions show that the polluted blood is being brought back to its natural purity and }, jured is the result: of a locomotive ex- I( THIS SIMMER THAN EVE'' fEI<( RESEND

strength. Old chronic skin disorders which :I plosion in Manchester Va., this morning -
have resisted all the ordinary methods of :i The accident occurred on the US YOUR ORDERS NCW.

treatment, readily yield to the curative 1: tracks of the Atlantic Coast line, the ;

SALT RHEUM ECZEMA powers of S. S. S., and there is no reason : engine being attached to train No. Dl. !I Thompson, Olsen & Co.Manresa .

why the long time sufferer should feel ''a local freight which left this city at I
Telephone J4ESTABLISHED ;.
; 5-05 a. m. for Rocky -Iount. N. C.
resigned to his fate under the mistaken
lETTER I The cause of the: explosion is a matter - -- ---- ---- -- -
NETTLE RASH idea that some skin diseases are incura- I] of conjecture. A coroner's jury 1863.

ble, for S. S. S. has cured and is still : has been summoned and will try to

u PSORIASIS curing cases perhaps far I\ fix the responsibility. McKENZIE
ACNE BOilS more desperate The dead: '' OERTING & CO .
than )'ours. S. S. S. is a purely vegetable I Hobert Q
Oft-athmey. engineer, 27 --DIALI3: IK- 0
remedy, containing no Potash, Arsenic : years old. of Manchester.The : ;,
or any of the poisonous drugs which constitute the bAsis of so many so-called skin cures. : injured: I'II Ship Chandlery and General flardiaare

Our Medical Department has been of the greatest assistance to thousands seeking relief I John Taylor, negro, fireman, Manchester !'
from blood and skin troubles. \Vrite tenibly scalded.Jam,8 COS AND 60S 8. PAL.U'OX srUE" T.A.GENOY ,
us fully about and
your case, our physicians will help
Wingatetanl'l1e5ter.: ,
for I > """" --
you, which no charge whatever is made. -
illustrated Book on Skin Diseases will be hand scalded about head, and body. j 1 REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLINO'S
sent free to all who write for it. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY ATLANTA GA. John Mooily conductor, slightly injured I G4.LVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUSdEL A !SON'S PCMP8.

-- - -- ---- - -- .- -- -- -- Stephen. Vassar. ne!;ro. j Cans j Strdm Piliti. Dill, liatlet! loitrenuU, fist, litters, Iki'u I

FRUITS AND FLOWERS. Tbr..alt'nID. HORSES AND HORSEMEN.! William Savage Manchester train ,1 COMPASSES. LOGS, ETO.i .
." fro k Agent-\Vbit: You say youmvcr I man badly scalded about head and i C. McKenzie Oerting Collecting Ajeat: for Bar Pilots' Benevolent A-.
A \rry Food fertilizer for houseplants rend this; gnat beak Did 1 hl'3rruu May Queen 2:21, has boon bred to Silent body. I I elation.i .

is coffee pounds. right! ;:! Brook, :!:1ti1,... 'I i ,
It is usually best to set stakes by the HLS.V )1"l'cIJutJt0., you didn't hear The dam of Baron Waltzer. 2:194. the >. i

Me of the gladiolus plants and tie me1'1; (', but ,rasa:I feel ne speak it has been bred to Heir-at-law, 2.05i.Clem : If you find. maple twigs and fens The Star
i'tu up. \ou data get out.-Catholic Standard I'.Mchy has bred Frefereuoia, mints of leases in jour "mapl plrup.; Laundry
it !is an advantage In gathering the mid Times. you may feel pretty sure that it is an ,
by expedition, 2l.; to The Donds-
1 mt to have the trees with low spread- Imitation or has been adulterated. IVopie '
li.g h<--u.s. LltrraUy True man. who make the purl article tent It to Biggest Busiest
Horsemen arc wondering what JohnI'iekerson market clean. The best Best !
Dwarf pears nnJ grapes are two City Dlilor What do >ou mean byS.I.VHIK. butter does not ,
fruits especially adapted to small! "The prisoner! laughed aloud for is' going" to do with old Bessie have hair In it to prove that! It was
V" Itonebill' 2.1)5Lottie : -'i. I made from cows' milk. Strained
j'lnees whore little can be spared. nu rcrIeportcrThat's I I honey
In just what be did. Smart 2. growing fruit for
market it is of
The jude bad made an inane joke at Denver real estate dealer. Frank Looj' same suspicion. Tomato &KS with a fig
great ad\nutate to have varieties tli'it j' \lre\ Gaiter TU
A\il!! keep Ion; and bear transportation bi b: expense.-Philadelphia 1'ress. tins.will handle her for the grand circuit. ,I 'leaf on top of the bus is another in- Up I1.

;veil. ,I :

The greater portion of the roots of n Mutt ne a Monkey Jacket. I The first foal of the season at May-i rxAf t ,f4f; From all parts of the r./
prapeune "I'm getting rich now," said the la- wuod farm Indianapolis; Ind., is 'by i A ',vP''
crow near the surface, and Our
for tins reason the cultivation dies' tailor. "I'm acquiring wealth of Hex Americus 2:11A.! dam Emma i, 1/1i delivery men will c.,
shouldl.e btauce.Ms
shallow nil sort;." I II Irll I \\'ilk., 2t: j},A. i iI t; where, at
Fertilizers time
also shouldbe ; any -u.-::
applied near the surface. I \ :!t is your scheme I I That fast! pacer BaronValtzei, Pills r

The longer an orchard is kept In cultivation "1'\'." sigi.i'd a jiiagpong! costume." :j: 2Jud :l ll.4. b)' Barou Dillon, 2:12: has been Write or telephone us and w.deavor .
;e. I st-nt t<) S. J. Fleming & Son of Terre I
and crop taken off the greater to serve you fetter :. ,
becomes the necessity for liberal mamiring. WHATiS-'FO"liv'S-KIDNEy'CURE? I Haute to be trained for the coming will save the dyspeptic from many
i campaign. days of misery and enable him to eat other Laundry can.
t Apply iit broidoa under Au-wer: It is made from a pre- j'! whatever he Ishes. They prevcatSICK
trees at least as far as the branches ex- cription of a leading: Chicago phy-, Although It has been stated that \J JI r.
tend. sici'in, and one of the most eminent ] :. Mcllenry would campaign the noted HEADACHE

i in the country.that The ingredients: trotter Early Reaper, 2l.I:?;i. this year, ;| cause the food to assimilate and nourish ALL WORK C. 0. D. Ml[ Calld[>j for Bit DtlIVffE:
Don't Start I are purest money c in buy rand definite; arrangement has been madewith .i the body, give keen appetite,
Wrong. ,' scientifically combined to TELEPHONE 114.
Don't start the summer with a 1 I sret their uttno value. \\'. A. i) anyone I DEVELOP FLESH
.1'! 'Alemberte, A. C. Leers. Graeeville, Minn., has
1.1 :S Palafox WALKER
lingering; cough or cold We all!1 street. and solid muscle. Elegantly INGRAHAM
I i -- -- bought throuch James Walker I surar Manager.KIDNEY .
know what :i summer cold' M. It't Coldj j coated. ,
the Jiarde-t kind to curn Ofteu i it Do you want a magnificent watch water Mich., from Frank1'l'ly. firookITU. | lake No Substitute. .-------- .
"han "u" through tlA entire sea for little money? If *o, call: on Mich.. the pacing mare Brooklyn I -- ------

son. Take it in hand ridit now. A Stephen!, the jeweler. He will ac1'! 2:14; }. for $1.500. :i --- -- '' ey's Kidney Cure
few doses! of One :\Iillut"l'nll! h Cur e; coonuodate you. DIIEASES'Fo .
will set you rUht.: t Sur cure for I+I _-- --- I Dangerous if I GENERAL FRENCH SCHEDULE ts kidneys and bladder rlZ}t.
1 coughs, cold*, croup, grip, bronchitis !I' 'IIDICIF'Eltf.j Neglected. i I p -
: all throat and lung trouble Burns, cuts and other wounds ,, Following is tbe schedule of the medical'
Ab-I j tft tIM fatal Society
The undersigned takes;thi?method :i often fail\ to hf-ul properly if r meet ef All dJ* Attention .
solut"ly safe. Acts at once Children ; of offerin neglect-j\, I governmentamer General French There will be
; her services i; 111 i fd and become f,.I a regular meet
troublesome tael.
like it. "One Minute Cou l h 1 j j first-clis licensed sores. which THE NEWS prints for the the
; midwife, hav- | DeWitt's Witch Hazel (Salve i' Pemacola Medical Society ,
Cure ii is the best cou* h medicine Ifvtt pre-
jinjj t had 35 years experience. i vents such benefit of the merchants who ship the Board of Health office \ .
used, J. H. consequence Even
eras Bowles. l j I : || KIDNEY CUBE I
Can give best of I II
Grovetou, X. H. "I never found' i from where delay! has aggravated; the in- J, 'their goods to the various army., FOLEY'S : o'cloctpm.TuesdayJuneti;
anything else that acted BO safely'I i leading physicians! of this city. jury DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve post: lunitlU i i-.. i, Visiting physicians are cordI.)
MRS. M. GIDDENS. invited
anti quickly." Hargii' Pharmacy jltf lit KoutU DeVilIier3 6t. etfects a cure. "I had a running' Leaves Pensacola.... ... _. .... 7:00 a. I I(I I i to attend.
sore on m.
John Sheppard.lSidney Kahn.: my leg thirty years, says :, :Leaves Karrsncsi. .... .... ..... 7jl a.m. of refunded. Contiinircoudlea DK. E F. BRI
H. C. Hartly Yankeetown. Ind. i Leaves Plckens ..... .... ... N:ixa. m. money PreH
i .0
,. I l After using; many remedies, I tried Leaves Jtarraocas....... ..._... 9:15 a. m. recognized. bcatnt' DR. W. C. DKWBERY
i Lea/ea Fenaacola. _.. .. .
DeWitt's Witch I ? .10:15 a. m. > s.
OPERA HOUSEV PILES boxes healed the Hazel sore.Salve." Cures A few all 'i !makes Arrives a trip Harrancas to Fort 11:10 McKee a. m.and and then then re- ,;' DInt phy$ dana u the but foe I -
skin disease Piles 'tarns to Barrancas. KUbty and BI 2daeate Your HoweU With Citicartt
once. Beware of yield to it at i I Leaves Barrancas .. .. .. .. .... I-15 p. m. a dd r ttaU hI Candy ihartle- cure constipation Pr
counterfeits. Har-I Leavei Flckens ... .. Iae.25c. ItCC C
\ May 28. o. lSp. m. >ala as. turd H.M 11.1 fail druusrUts refund m .
gis' .
Pharmacy John Sheppard, Sid- Leaves Pensacola ... .... 4:111 m.
MI. Ar4 the fortirM of the d....... ney Kahn. | Leaves Fickens _. n. ...... ...... lab p.p. m. W. A. D'ALEMBERTE. ADMINISFRATOR'S NOTICE.
with protruding piles! brought on by conitlp .- 1 I Arrives Barrancas 5:30 p. m. and wakes \
Ben DunhamTHE lIon with which 1. was. afflicted! for twenty i trip to McKee and return. Estate of L. M.Klmberly: decease)
: yearn 1 ran aeroit your CASCARETS to the Paints, oils, glass and : Notice is hereby given tbat on t
town Of Newell u, and never found any tblnir builders' On Wednesdays and Saturdays' the day of July,A. I>. lure I will apply
M equal Ibell1. Today I am \ hardware at the' boat will Honorable
entirely tree from leave Barrancas via Pick- Probate Jude of E:* "
WORLD-FAMED ACROBAT.THE p\181loDd a B.KIITI feel like, KU t Jones new m St.&n.,"Sioux City. Ik. Willis Hardware Coo's.CASTORIA. 'I ens for Pen.acola at 6:30 p. m. A'mIS county.administration KloridaJo-of ail estate discharge fro

The General French is for army I Jai7oam'm:; WILLIAM: KISH
CANDY Admtnistra
BEAUTIFUL DOUBLE purposes only and any outsider; must
CATHARTIC have a pass from tbe quartermaster .; !
Sextette and Solos. i o take passage 01 her. .
For Infanta and Children j LODGE DIRECTORY

AND rltaot woe IIINIMap The Kind You Hare Always BoogH !* STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE -I I. .IL\RPBR I -


I 8p.a.ture! of Between Peosacoia and Milton-Boat WHISKEY : Penucola Lodge, No.3, K. of F

Pleu&. Palaatila. POMDV Tim Goo Do Bans Daily Except Sunday --, meets every Monday ev.a'
For tbe Benefit of the P. A. C. I flood,Never9cteaweak.aor Gripe.IQe.luc.Ko. I l lag at*: ... CURl CONITIPATION. ... i "CITY OF TAMPA." tbe BIOtlDl -- W.IIOa
; Curtain will Rise; at 3:15 Sharp. 1ewIIa, 1_.4,r.._,.n.............I..T.,*. Ill coolers that do not I I t I Building third floor.
ldIDd I waste ice, at the Willis LT Milton__.<::$) am Lv Pensacolala0pmArFensecola,9loam i I I. Visiting brethren oori: l.y
Tickets: 50 and 75c. j 1I0.TO BAC gut*to Ct(1UIO'fIfOd&*T064COO'T &HlDX'Ant-: Ar Mitton.. swjpm: i! welcomed.
Hardware Co.'s. Fare,6Oc: Roun; trip,tiro I! Soli HOB8LIS.M.CAMPBIIH. C-<;
Deis I K. K.4 8.


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One Person Angry Mob In Paris Causes Exciting :

ERUPTION Demonstration. ili
Tellsnother} .
New York May 27.-The American 1 t

Exchange bas been smashed by an L 1 r ,

AEOl'T:' KODOLJJYSPEPSIA cvoe.1 Professor Robert Hill's Daring I p angry mob. says a Paris dispatch to tf i !

The American and Journal.

". hili. lacrM'lB( Investigations.BRAVED The
tug t Hbr I proprietor. Donald Downie, formerly .
idly sdthusa:!tg. 1II.Uaiar of New York had an altercation

la Mull Alter All. ; NUMEROUS DANGERS p 91fft( with one of his French employes. The for Infants and Children.

I I latter was slightly intoxicated and refused

Far, c. :", *, d people always admit It First and Only Man Who Hat Set Foot to leave the premises, where- Ca!toria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare i

.: tL-v ''',d aD article of merit. It I II' I upon Mr. Downie caned him severely.An gone, Drops and Soothiiiff Syrups. It is Pleannt. It ;

ate ,. < -." them good they want It to In the Arena of Yawning and Fiery contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic
(. ,,",&,"',, too. Thousands bear I Craters I Human Lottery angry mob quickly gathered as substance. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness. .a,
to ? -His Story of Great Interest lg usual in Paris, and
blood Teething
;> ., tthe curative seeing It cures Diarrhea audVind Colic. It relieves .
"' :0'' x.f Kodol l wonderful Cure. It and Value. I if oalr I were beautiful flowing from a Frenchman the crowd Tro.hles and cures Constipation. It regulates the

; .1. II How Happr life would b." Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep. .:
which began
:'s.I ye ,,,' ,y preparation\ posaJ I by smashing theII'lndo"s and
" 'rlv l : completely digests! any Fort de Franc. Monday, May 26.- Many a forlorn maid has said this as she finally wrecked the place. The Children's Lnacea-The 3Iother' Friend. ;: t

:;,,dfd.I you may eat. No one dist Professor Robert T. Hill, United States j looked into the mirror. It is the one possession During the excitement 1,000 people The Kind You Have 'i
: 'e- ; fart: that some other digest- government I in the lottery of human life which collected in the Rue Scribe Always Bough'Bears 1
geologist and head of the I would
accomplish this result. not ref use.
1,'I lrt ally .H
> f-T in-tance, is ro expedition! tent by the National Oeo- 1 the Signature of

J;Peps.n.: oi\: yI ,imarh. When it iSlacking, graiihlciu r Society, lias Just' come In'' BRADFIELD'SFemale PLUM FOR McLAURIN. :lr

,.spat ,'in takes pep!sin and it helps from: a daring and prolonged Invest- I' ,

i'of H >It ,lr>in digests only album ; gallon of the ': Regulator President Roosevelt May Put Him en hkI '
volcanic activity la MartiniQue. i
like meat and May-
i t :- eggs. ( the Court of Claims.
for girls the threshold of
Professor lUll chartered I young on woman-
and lack
of pepsin a a
'+ : plenty 't
hood is invaluable.Vhen become Washington. May 27.-There is a
;i ,, '.-r di estants. Then it steamer and cajofvlly! esa.mjceu' the I I they revival
pale and languid, the ev'es dull aching! of the report that President
. it.d That'sthe trouble with I coast as far north Port fie 1 !
: as Macouba 1 Lead feet and
hands cold
appetite goneor Rooee't'lt11I take care of Senator In Use For Over 30 Years.
don't '
:" 'r .reparations.[: They ,Ic at the extreme end of the island, making abnormal, obstructed periods and painful a'-.
McLaurln, of South Carolina .
the by put.
digestants. i
.111 and their .e rret.u" co.r.aNl wuepar .UnT etwt Ile ern
frequent ,
landings. After
landing j[ systems
" r contains them all. It i 1 him the of claims.
1" : down ting on court It is:
' ..!.. : : You '' at Lt' Frechuer. 5 miles north of St.r they need a tonic building uj ::"!!I ,
*r. g .ouf\JVUyOtlWant.> and their blood cleansed. known that some of Mcl.auria'sfriends
' The or' Pierre he walked through an area of ,
diet feeling
< MI
" 1 Bradfield's Female Regulator for women have been: urging the presidentto PENSACOLA
.. .- -. r eatirg is immediately active \olcanlbm to the' latter place
: : is Tle I
valuable and useful
particularly owingto furnish sort of
some a net to break Best
.' 1 j', K ddlypepsiaCure. sad node a minute examination of the its tonic and I
: properties as a regulator
\I" .>l'.Pp>.u ('uretor dyspepsia his fall from public life and today it ij ONSERVRIORY( OF MOSIC
i. :' rc.ltf at ours I can various. phenomena disclosed.Professor !. i of the rotn trual flows. Painful, obstructed is with positiveness that i
assertjd tjreat
V r. '.a*. It" E. D. Williamson.i Hill Is the nm land only !1 and suppressed menstniatiou is permanently be this .., ,
tiy relieved and can have position.
.' man who has set foot in the ol. a'l db-easespeculiai E. O'L CHAFFERS Director
i li it*worgt form and area
- -; the time uLtlli ust-dKodt.l craters fissures and to 1Itjgol.nital organs are cured by it. While upon several occasions Sena. U/1)18 1 V* 1
furaaroles and
: .,? v ,-ti has t'! cured Regulatorrlearsthecomplexionbright-i j tens Mtl.aurin has declared he would ey

... N. w Baylor, lift.lard, P& '' because of bis high position as a sclen. the ere, sharpens the appetite, removes j i i not accept office until after he finishedi Piano Voice Culture, Violiu.
list his story is \aluable. In addi.tionto muddy and blotched conditions ol | Pips l
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure !I i term in the senate it is generally Organ.Cornet, Mandolin. Guitar, And the Ret Liquors
his work of the thin: and c\rcHirk headache at onceOf j
investigation the
Cures all Stomach Troubles. proessvr believed\ that if this plum starts Cello, etc. of all kinds served by I
[ rescued in dru-rgis-t': ct $t.uo per bottle. I
his Polite
steamer and Courteous
F..C Dr.WiTT&Co.CbicaKa many i! "Perfect Health for Women" can1' way he will: grab it eagerly. Al=o Director Pensacola Concert I
: nt ,in-.:, times tbe:iI\:.size. 1 poor people of Le Precheur who had j be had free s-enJin address Attendant.
by ,; us your Elite
Band and Orchestra. I
ventured back after deserting their i THE BHADFICLD REGULATOR CO., ATLANTA. GA. British Torpedo Boat Stranded. I I POLL MEASURE NO
JeilI'Sw'lteh "aUI SAt VE homes and found themselves in awful I I
._ London. May 27.-The British torpedo Brass and String Masic Furnished FilE IUi1111 .

,. r piies; and skin diseases. datter He reports as follows: i, boat destroyer Recruit groundedon I
All!! Occasions.
-- .' The zone of the catastrophe in Martinique lip Wai u I'lnililclf. a rock off Cape Cornwall about 4 'I II D A. ,
turn elongated! oval Two nu-uibers of the ('hlt't1,<) Stock Ad.lres; : Escambia Hotel. ;
r... I hliii-.t Coin.i ron j II miles: north of Lands' End during a fog I
i : '.. '. -o Tin 'taluiDv 011 land about 8 square miles Exchange; \ll to a rcMauraut. for i! this morning.: The sa was smooth i Studio: Parlors I of Fi-t BaptistJhurch. I AGENTS-. FOR THE CELEBRATED
uf di'btru tion. This oval Is I luiH-liwui and after a luistj ,:Ialll'" at !' I I. V
pertlyore. Harper Mey.
i > 1.-L: iir'i! : :.' I't. the bill of fare each aniiounccd what ; and tins er.c 'a\ored to float the vesj I ,

., n liu n.-. :.t in ii-a': !'': i the sea. The land part' Is bound. ire w:ultcll. j i 'eel but her stoke holes filled with watt M ain House-401 8. Palafoi: street. It ItR.

1 nl by liiifh running; from Le Prechuer j' f I R. Union
t. I-I ICri' It :< .Iihtl.; Tin fur a fried bass," said one. 'r. and according to the late advicesj I t j Eachantte-Opp. Depot
.. !!' to the peak of Mont I\lee.! ttence P. 0. Box 281. Pensacola, Fla. '
Illth Cilnl i 1o;:
.," u c'prl.r !In the form of cur ig around to Carbet. There were ,two fried bass, please." I 'to affix new plates to the recruit before ThesatinpC'spsulessresnperiur! !I Phones 116-2C8. .

i.iia tc-rs iii'lii"tte the I i tt.n6 well marked zones: First, a ('en.j j j!! ] she be loaded. I Balsam ol f
I In a few minutes the two bass on a can to "Copaiba, There's lots of money to be made
.\ '.. The ChiLCK' call 1! it "1.L. .,,- i j ter of annihilation In which life, vepe- flatter, and'tWO plated were placed on i! jCvbcbs and Injections. 81 in real estate-lots of it. A real estate -

:! i- \\oitl 1.o-hn U-inj: a table and animal vab utterly destroy the| table. One bass was larger than I Dr. Palmer In Death's Shadow. 1 They cure in 48 hours tbe sign is usually a finger-board to

: : :u i ''!:l ie.r dar't'rs of the I cd. |the other and the financier before New Orleans, May :27.! -Inquiries at ume diseases without arjyincon-| wealth. Thos. C. Watson & , A11.nil, "xtncrable," t tl'l j "The greater northern part of St. ,[ whom the platter) bail been I'la'l'dculmly I the residence of Dr. B. M. Palmer .yxotr-e, f 01' p RY u i PRUCGISTS Co., the leading Heal Estate firm
: :' >:'u'd t" tl. l ,l.h'I'U at- I Pierre was in this zone. Second a the smaller have some offers which it would .
. passed bass to his this morning at 11.30: o'clock elicited
' i -----5------- be worth while consider. Go
vI I'.ii'iilh.i.ho yonr k
arc fn"
juiit- of Came
zone singeing blistering companion.
'" 11Il; :,'d sii .!!;: the two Cds; of Ii | the information that the venerable divine Woman and see them to-day and don't wait I
| which also was fatal to all life, kill "Now I call that a downright menu took a sudden change for tue : Every till to-morrow.
: : : II. i il'::!I hulls 1 in ItndUhM teinI'I -
tits animal trick
I Paid
1 men and burning the .. the man who received the worse at 8 o'U'xk and is gradually ; 13 InteretlrU and ilioold know ------ -- --
; I I leaves on the tree and scorching but 'smaller bassT'"Wbntisamoautrick"' "- linking t4IV't' a iHiuttlie wonderful NOllCE. Jj J
.' trsb! ; 'on !b that wbiV: the vt, '4t1I1 Mmtl Whirling Spray j
mj j i not utterly destroying the them. : : ?" nrw' I f,ri I have been authorized to take
. I' trees : ib r T!f MI" >(' J j>c-
; : \\ts iilllmltdy1''IIellt'.1: : with I'jriilif.ui 'selves. rite Clp.rop. t:aeandJw-fto.. llefl > f.eKMotri .
Third, a Tai!e outer, non-de- "Why to give me the smaller bass + aabscriptione for Wm. Jennings I I
': in un >rU-s !I.,' ln-oiiiie ilultd The Lady-Jack, don't writen '
: i why you "The
, I structive zone of a.hea. wherein some 'and Keep the I.ig one fur yourself. 'I' Illlr Bryan's paper, Commoner.
' w'tli I a fff.ns; of diiiii-iui fur ;i : injured. The focus of f' "What wouM you Lace done it you 1 book or paint a picture or do something ..'.f'.'.....'1w." .I. The price is $1.00 per year in ad-
, ,lilhi-ii and vegetation was clever? If bannul lh 6 i9 Those the
illustrated tins i.l.a-t- had been t'nln;: the fish'" \ iupply vance. desiring paper
(aith!i It.\ having! :: sit erf l'ihtt'JII. annihilation was the new crater mid-! "I should certainly bare I The Gentleman-Because I selected a olhrr M RSELae.eptao, but wild MAiiip; for 11- /i can have it sent to them by seeding J

I I..t i flan luia;'t-s uielted down ami wabetwefn the sea and the peak of! the larger; cme." .- given you millionaire for a father and I think IurtratMMrobdrd.Itiive full pAniuUirB Am l.')"......,.ln. A I % 1.00 to the undersigned.H. ,
ravi.! Thi l.raIs saUl to I Meet Ptlee, where now exists a neaarea i1 j 1 I that was clever enough to last a life ralnebtetyluttr.M.a1t1e1... ,,,Wr' M. ROCHE, 1
"Well in ltCI1"I' I should hare had i
un! sdrrablc!! ] portion of gold) ; I I of a<'tne volcatiism with hundreds {Ime. ---, Room Sic Times Bldi.. N'ew.YorK. Care Daily News.
the I've
lamer one. gut it now. What
'!< ciiitxl: f more do you waat!' .. '
', The new crater is cow cams. TIm
The arununot; sleet' convincing -
in?. .Iaf'k, hot mud, which Is falling l EASING CATARRH THE GARDEN SECTION
,' catarrh inU1iieec4.ttltltrV j but at the moment the other/ I j I
',i into the sea. Hoth craters the old maltt I t I AND HEALING ., I I
than allilthfolto' was unable to find a satisfactory answer
.. and the ctT\:; }Nluthrooni CUKE FOU FLYSCATAIRB oOFoPensacola I
;,..iirlier, and until tlw. Utiare to it.-Chicago Chronicle.!

\\ a- -uppiil to he f in-1 I,I shaped steam explosions comTantlyiasend r EStObI Florida. 1 1 1S

r .t great many y"ir |I from the old crater, while PITH AND POINT. I: Iii ro RN h "

"'.iiceci: it a local di-- '1! heii\y. ash laden clouds float horizoni' -

-i nli-local rpni dif! .-, :', tally from the new crater. The old I How many people hate you withouti IS vHNyfEVEq Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus. i

i...tlv' failing to cure hi-htlirllilounced i i j t jests i-tt am smoke mud pumice anil i cause? July's; Cream Balm r''. j
it !
'I la!-i11i. hut no molten la\a. You Lave tbe right to net the fool of
'!1"1' ha, proven ("1- anti pleasant Beautiful Lots for Sale. :
,q.tituti"lIal (I1-C8e "The salnt topography\, of the re- ;', course L'lIt"hy insist upon it? i.Louse.I Contains. 'j.. 8P05' i
< \
;'til r-con-'itutiuna I i ii i i i jjjoii is unaltered! The destruction( of St i Would }'ou unfairly injure another [ .\li- irbi,1 rot'tlyota

i .11 Catarrh Cure,, J'une was due to the new crater. Tht'u.losiull man to aid yourself You cau't affordIt I'll. \' .I COLD ''N HEAD I 40x137% feet at from $76 to $200 each, according '

'. F. J. Ch"IH'y &('u.,' { ] had great superficial force. ,|; It rns and OliN'cleanses tilt- v;total rasing rs ,I I'lAUajH to location and surroundings. II'II'I ,

:.I i'f. only con-titu-i! a( ting in rall! durations, as is evi. Offer nn article for sale that olbcr i IiitlaiiuiiHtlini.. lli'iiU and I'rotects i -
: .. hialk-t. It i-! { the'.Irmhntne. !:C.tllrl'! tilt' ';-n-n of "la-t '
Good j
rtenced (Tit- people want, and you will Have no Exceptionally Neighborhood Beautiful View
: III dufruln 101 by dismounting and cam nod Sini-11.' LnrgH 17eil1/ ('. lit UriigRNts or by .

: .' S:iiiul., It actdi- ; ir.g for yards the guns in the battery trouble in gutting rich. !, mail, l'nllllilZI' 10c liy IKI.Y mail.I'.KoniKi-" High, Dry Fertile Lands. t t '

i .j i .in

,'. They of! "-r mie I j the colonial statue of the Virgin in the his work end see a white hearse go by The grandest for investment
'...: ..11.1.'a'l, it faiN 1 j jiHulari tame locality, and also ty the condition and return to his duties with the : I ever it
,' and tt"-1 e's offered in Pensacola.
\ .. I of the ruined house in !Pt. Pierre serenity. a Mistake! .i;

.' & l' "Acc-onlinn; to the testimony of BOHIH Neighbors ore always willing to loan .
MlKY I I Home Seekers Should See These Lots Y
> ,
!rdUo\ Ohio. persons there was an accompanyingfiame. t an; thing except r.'t'ry woman
j ::.. I Others think the incandescentlinders [ thinks her butter a little Letter than .I 1
FirstWestern Beef I Is
I and the force of their ejection the butter paid buck.-Atchisun Close I

Ibe- It lIuIIIrd.- .,.. n.!.'Im"tr.-t I '.':ere sufficient to cause the destruetion. A REVELATION. J Not 25 Cents a Pound. !i j A.orXe9 i .tlshtp ::1

.' ., ,' ::01! V panitiril.l'xlwI't This must be in\etigated. I am If you will make inquiry it will i( -- j t Alcaniz Streets
( .ic- ;
( howfollowing the nature of this hill. be a revelation to you how many
--1.1' wli. tru\.1 Look at our Prices :
i has j
This is the first positive !' rlentilkstatf'nH'nt succumb to kidney or bladdertroubles

". :::..1 Nmhu'rka.. 'I based on observed facts.Proftssor in one form or another. Jast'tear. Now ; 1". C. HRE T. WM. H KSOWLEH, W. K, HYKE JR., J. H. REEd>,. .

''I i .- cigarette, iu- If the patient i; not beyond medical i. Extra Loin . . .1SctolSc 20c I Pre+ldre6 Vice-Prudent. C fhier. Ait't Cashier.First .
Hill has now started on .. . .. . .
Round loc loc
,' "i 1\ :litskin IT wine! i, aid. Foley's Kidney Cure will: ] ,
.t'i pint! down liU i hoiseback for the volcano. He will i!' cure. It nt'vf.r disappoints W. A. Brisket and Chuck. a loc }

\.'sv.'l I studj the whole affected area and will 1 D'Alemberte !S.: Palafox stre t. ':Rib Roast . . Vic ISc t

a fiMjt from !j try to get to both craters. He will! Rump .. .. .. .. 15c 15s j National Bailk
: M"ii:: :{ a drop.1111 | t71 ST01 21L.
1. surely visit i Mot'np Rouge and the slop* Considering quality above prices !
-.tisfnction clones/
.' i|! of :Mont Pelee. The undertaking 1very 3aare t6. 1uu Hare hsals Brt6o u are cheaper than iu any other city of .
> Il.l'! ji j' feuti ct:; this size in the country. '
hazardous as eruptions n ?"
:i :'o'K's.! lie Will may OF PENSACOLA. FLA.
E ? We do have to pay more for our
<""i.\tre: fur a i'! cur at any moment, as one did! May 20I -- ------ meats and have to charge more

'::Ial: manner and I I : Professor Hill knows the risk he takes, than formerly, but it iu't our fault, DZR.EOTO ID. 1 1WM.

-' ht. j but says the only way to discover ex- Pocket cutlery and set S' and we are selling as low a* we po,- H. KNOWLES. W. A. BLOUNT, F. C. BRENT N. K. $ YER. JR 1

'' :' i actly what has happened is to go taI sors from the finest to the sibly can. D. G. BRENT
\ElI (.iIDA"'G RUUS. I ; ,
I the crater itself, or as near it as pos' cheapest at- the Willisv PARLOR MARKET i

II "1'i' !:.p'ae'!I ur< in the the I kidneys body ; sible.Fort I He de France will be i is gal; nearl* two! desi-rted.days. Hardware Co.-, --- -_ Phone 173. .J 1111. :S. iJril & :S,(>M"! r nl n &AA muU EZ AU I BDUA anA I 1L !

utnmt'i.. Titii i i i" I new source of fiislit i i N: feai that a Everybody has a right to a littl I I !

"' :ivt-if-rs.;. trail.1i !'it. tidal wave may come :\ wave eight piece of this earth. Rut they must

t .'. much traurt'rand; uller fn;i min Iv feet high would irrtainl! ;; destroy Fort. flght chance: for to it.get They it, and moil get watch it. their "We draw oar own Bills of Exchange: 011 Great Britain, Ireland i

( "I-trenathens Mute form. J--tl e- de FrancTd: loss of life po.-sibl} < ease enorraous Thos. C. Watson & Co..1': WlNG HOP ij & GO ij I Germany, France, Austria! Italy, Holland, Spain, Belgium, Russia, Ircl ;

wap,6xreden, Denmark and other
: i-. nil f.irm-i of kn The weather i lowering and rainy have some particularly fine bargains European countries. ,
to offer just now. and they invite
I t.
tli-Nate.! 01'0 H.DON e
winds the smoke and lIb
Th. south
carry I jl Vessels Disbursed Fa,1'Orabe
t. Most f
and upon Terms
':1\1 'r ..niilf-f'r.; L'illl:' vou to come investigate same Importers and Dealers In- aud then
ashes: from the volcano away from Obligations Taken Payable at Port of Destination
I "..-' uit vibration <>f You will never regret having done Ten cr Fifteen Day ';
Toil de France. after Vessel Arrives there. I
.1 :me. a irr-at d..I.1 ;o Chinese and Japanese I i I
-- --- --
u "-hlll"v?. and I -'-

r MS: I u-ed F..ll'J'Alf'lIlbertl\"' like a Drown ng Man. Buy a new garden hose Fancy Goods, I I!! with IWSafety which we Deposit hare Boxes PriT for Rent In Connection tI
1C v. R > Apartment for the Us j
-:: ..c, Fiv* VHU' ago a disease the doc- front the Willis Hardware FINE CHINA TEAS i i| of Ren tor*. '
1"o'" !! dy-prp-ia took such hold: 4 4a

?f I!,- that I et.uld scarcely go." : Company. 31 South Palafox St. ,,

TOBACCO SPIT arles UfO :S. Marsh, well-know u' Laundry Office. Pensacola .
--I- and SMOKE attorney of N-'Cona, Tex. "I took WE WILL FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE q ;
\ourLifeawajl GHAM I-XCl'H"lO: ----
of teed -
quantities pepsin and other --- --- i
a-\ form f
lobacco u .mulri
:.({, tnaifiijfic. full ofv cine but nothing helped me. A* a REMOVAL Writs tiwlar for Inv, Jiandi -
,. tat.ttg It0-TO-BA C, ;,drowning man grabs at a straw I i tome paf.rewh&it hlnrtntd, armful eyl"aw urp- READ THE IETTEK8frun
I'll -:">'\' train1 I! grabbed at Kodol. I felt an i in> nun!!.. we five f" be ; -nr ceil patr.v and tf
'-.s over 5OO'OOO I I [ our"1 1'. .' o tat > 1 i provemeut at once and after a few eveior... >tiparrinMTOf a i l wilt .thoroughly t. j
Lot t
tre guarantreil. BtV I a t> .ap t
: ..bets: ;TERLI\li bottles am sound 'IUri1'11.." Kodol Tuttle, I or hoMNof Perfume heir, it nt c boor If .
iKJ: ur' :"t" Yort. ..31 i is the which choice a"wof u*"bund .
only preparation exactly nut | inmi.u in tke mark{. LesL Hrvelrti: 1
: ;
ieproduce the natural: digestive Dr. J. G. Heard, i'IalW and:T .>i>(.ala.. .....r rL'ral. Ktuvr INrn10.., R'asti.-e To 1'aci. take ] i

"u tlir >onlitru Woodur' juices and consequently is i the! 6 Itear-td whoa!:>oiiy.! .. boinof Slop J t .
which digest To lfobileEaturdaynight. June H, DENTISTS. I we ere a 60-PlMv lnr -t-njt a ;
".ucllnidrwnL. only one ; any goodfood I f>rprt"Data'rk'rur-ted: at,!
and: cures any form of *.tomachtrnubll' leaving the union depot at 10:30 p. t BKISTOL! VT. pr Iirwwl.fu. 617fi.f.01...:,ijwv I'jnit .*

ale Your Bowels. Hargi i*' Pharmacy, John m. Returning, train 'iIlll'a"e10 Honing .and \la'Ollic Temple wLg 1.mrr t up -.merhpniedwaLp.yd-.t..aul b':!-' .4. Foum Weal".l.ll'h..l\I''r1I. i e'it,,' :.j.,, 'a. .

Shep;ard. Sidney Kahn bile at'l! o'clock Sunday iiI! l ht. All branches of urzical. operative and M.II UXU BE \W f Lyr.)rrka('nnal 4nnt"...'\...iih-.. 1\t.lrr, H. il !!
ar h> !(
'.'i !"i' trancti:; avell June 13:' Fare for the round trip. 1t''banicallJt'nU8try performed with technical GoalrTNeieed ,. N.i r.-''''ra. .Mus ,..! lnsiniiiifiii. I''vt-ift. If m."n,.re-ti J
I Know One 'nre iu>nie SI i.W from will r..d web .
r \nur brain. Cas-' ; the" Umn. "W hate nut..o .nn. \\t trnD. So in .'.',r,.ti IP.d. 1
lu name U Pyny-lial.-4n as Pen=acola. For lurtherinorination special attention given to CLlldre n'g mcbowelamP.ber.Lefun W e allow 1"'J is.lay.'inntnwlu 9
same b
1 'Iartc[ : trainour Teeth..old and Porcelain Fillings.: Crown 'nundoUn.* a trw ala" 1 am more.. t-.n Pi"*"! with t>iSir. to delifrr the K LSToniA.: .
o apply to end Bridge Work. ;I i AO.NEs lUl1LcS. luootr lfor "iayuig D!!. Uo.'I1,1.,.
:. t ;ii'iine tallcts 118 K.HJYM. Hate!! araBaqft RORT. KING or i
'untie Best Materiel: Competent },; SALVONA SOAP CO. Cor. 12th & Pine Sts.
Vcr sold in PETKR THOMAS, qulpm(nt.I | ST. LOUIS MO. i

-',,. loc. igtatare_, I Excursion Managers I Telephone X.). *>7H. ,t
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I r The Education of the Parrot. I FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY-

To teach a parrot to talk it is nevernetessary ".. I II
; ANOTHER BIG ROBBERYIS to place the poor bird in a''

SOCIETY[ EVENTS\ darkened room or to stan e him. Com i I i

mOil sense would suggest that he j !
should be made as happy as ussible Just Received

REPORTED TODAYSafe AND PERSONALS iu his surroundings. Give him good ,

l n food-hemp, maize oats. bi ('uit. \s

a slice of fruit is always beneficial, a
r'c.5 a ,I bit of apple. of pear, of banana or of INFANT'S 4-STRAP PATENT LEATHER SANDALSCHILD'S i iy

Chas. Forum has returned from carrot will do very woll. Also see that

Safe at Morasso & Co rs Store Opened and Century. your pet Lag pure drinking water, a 5-STRAP PATENT LEATHER SANDALS iMISSES' I
large cage, some soft wood to gnaw .

$360 Taken. W. H. Britt, Jr., of tVestvilh, is ; with plenty of coarse grit on the floor i STRAP PATENT LEATHER SANDALS '!
among the visitors here today. I of the cage, for he needs the small I

i. I stones to aid his d; l'stlon. A parrot in i I
S. K. Gillis of DeFuniak Springs ]
comfortable circumstances
those may
is in the city, a guest at the Escam- I then be left lJone In a room while hU
e When Miss Agostino Morasso erty of Miss Morasso, was found on ''bia. i' teacher congeals himself in another. ,This Week

opened the store conducted by herself the top of the safe, where it had I Judge Daniel Campbell of DeFu- I The teacher who should be heard but i;

and relatives: at 701 South Pala- been placed after an evident exams : niak is ia the city on a short business not seen should repeat with infiniteputionoc
I Over awl over again the wordor AVI WILL 51Lf..t LAIMKV: ONI: .STKAIM* vn I j \
fox street this morning at 6:30 nation by the burglar, who thoughtit I
wishes his learn.
trip.W. I words he pet to i iI
o'clock, a discovery was made that too risky to take it with him. M. Buyken of Camden, Ala., is I The female parrots do not talk-the f'-I 1.1\: 1'1I1.U SANDAL,

naturally made her blood run cold. Another compartment of the safe, among the recent arrivals at the Es- i I mule of the Nan;:: birds, It should be reiiiemlHTfd i iI
I", not a singer;u that effort It
She found! that the front doors had which was unlocked and which contained cambia: I ;
of education in that line are quits Ii I

been opened during the night by about 82G, was not disturbed A. J. Gayle: and sister of Mobile, I thrown away.-Our Animal rrieiids. : $1.25A

-omeoue who had gone to the large the thief's conscience, probably pur- Ala., are among the guests at the I i i iI
I Michael Davllt.A !
iron safe, worked out the combination suading him to leave it. Escambia. i few days ago Michael Davitt cele- :

and had taken a lump sum of Asked why she did not bank her A. D. Pulliam of this city has been i i brated his fifty-sixth birthday. His career -,
: 1IH IS' I'll mIH.TIX1': 1.1\1'1I1n: s\Mi \ .:
*: :ldu; a portion of which was in banknotes mouey, :Miss Morasso said that she appointed a notary public for the has been remarkable when it is .
state ;:t brK remembered tbat lie began work as 8 :
of $ILl and $20 and one of $100 had never dreamed of having a visit I child of ten in a Lancashire cotton mill !

J. Meyrovitz, a prominent mer- and lost his right arm when h@ waa :
denominations.Mis i from thieves, and, as is her custom,
chant of Doth&n, Ala., is a guest at elen n. While he was In Australia in $1.50MEYER
Morasio begin to cry aloudat Iud kept the cash to meet monthlybills I
the Merchants 1S05: he was returned to parliament

her serious loss, and neighboring! now due within a few days.: without opposition for East Kerry and
J. R. Hopkins, a prominent money
merchants were attracted to the She said also that she could not connect South Mayo lie resigned from the : ... .. .
lender, arrived in the city this morn- Louse three years ago. ---- --------

r-tort. She explained to them: !ier anything of recent occurrence : inj; from Atlanta. I

trouble and tbe boat oilicer, Louis that would lend a clue to thief's "My Doctor. '
Family I
Geo. A. Robinson of the Robinson
Roach, was summoned. Otlicer ideality! Contracting Company of Mobile i is Blue Island. Ill., Jan. 11. 101.! ] .
Messrs. ELY BROS. -! have used
Roach, with a spirit of true commendable at Merchants today.
your Cream Balm in my family for Feet "Drlli Mier.. for Ca..h Onlj,
: diplo\J\acyallowed no one ANOTHER Mr. Edward Aymard of Milton i is nine years and it has become my <
family doctor for colds in the head.
to enter the tore until his superior, BOLDROBBERY stuppiu in the city a few days, on 102 SOUTH
I use it freely on my children. It i is-: PALAFOX STREET.
Cart White, arrived. The latter the way to Montgomery. ja j I Godsend to children as they are

was summoned by telephone.The Hon. Fred T. Myers, candidate for troubled more or less.
Yours J.Ki .
respectfully, in tLL.Judge
=tore %thoroughly oearched, --- congress, arrived here on the 10:50; for yourself. A trial size : LAW DEPARTMENTOF

Two negro men went into the train from the east last night. j i I can be had for the small sum of 10 '
but not au iota of a clue to work on
i i cents. Supplied by druggists or I -
could be resurrected ; and this, the store of tjUmati Cocorini at tha cor Mr. and Mrs. Harry Daniels are i i'snugly mailed by Ely Brother 56 Warren

large burglary yet repotted, i is as ner of Alcaniz and Cervantes streets domiciled in the cozy little :, St.) New York. Full size 50 cents. John B. Stetson UniversityDo
at No. 222 Barcelona
between 9 and 10 o'clock last cottage street.
mystifying to police and citizens i i CONCERT AND DANCE AT I LAud Florida..
and bought aud paid for a sack of Hon. Wm. N. Sheats of Tallahassee ]
alike as the numerous previous ones !( arrived '|' MAGNOLIA BLUFF POSTPONED JOHN i F. FOItBES. Ph n.. President ALBERT FAUimi. U B UfO.
j in the
city yesterday
The store was visited by NEWS dour thus locating the cash drawer. UNTIL FRIDAY NIGHT ON Fall TVnn Commoners \
afternoon and registered at the Men "t'lhw..claOfuh..r 1 1!>0'J:.
reporters at tf a. m. and the proprietors Then one of them called for a dime's chants. ,, ACCOUNT OF CLOSING EXERCISES 1 TWO YEARS' LOURSE-The Law Department of John B. Stetson tnl\"eUII'
OF THE PUBLIC SCHOOL i', two-years' course, leading to the degree of LL. K.
worth of
meat, and while the merchant 1
were found grieving over their DEORFEADMlr'STOTHF: ; KAK-The diploma of the Law Department of ;in
Miss Eva Morey of Sanford, Fla., AT THE OPERA HOUSE. Httt.on I'oiversity admits to the Kar.r'UKTHKK .
;-erious loss It was a= sired information tho Law
regarding Uepartmeotaddrae.
r the store was closed at i I o'clock last pulled out the cash drawer containing guest of her brotht'r11'. E. B. WON'T FOLLOW An'ICIAI'TElt ALBERT J. FARRAH Dean of Law Department.

night; and that the safe w.ts securely Jfi, and ran with it. ;Mr. Morey. 1.\nSG: FOIL IT. i I De Land FliBARGAINS .,

1I kd. No one ;stays in the store, Cocorini ran after him, when the W. C. Gause of Mobile, and S. J. ,. In a recent article a prominent -
physician says, "It is next to impossible -
but the entire family resides jut other up grabbed::\ a piece of meat Sutherland of New Orleans, of the i,. for the physician to get his pas

jcr<>"4 the street. and ran both of the robbers ecap- Sutherlaud-Inues Lumber Companyare bents to carry out any prescribedcourse wmNMVNr
in the city today. of hygiene or diet to the
When the store was. opened( the il1J. smallest!" extent; he has but one resort Nmr&Q
Miss Rosenau of Athens, Ala., arrived left, namely, the drug treat-
-ufe was found upen'+d. Oue of the You should; not feel tired all tha ment." When medicines
iu the: city yesterday afternoon are ued :
drawers, from which thtiinouey had time healthy people don't-ya i for chronic constipation the most
and i= the
guest of site aud :Mrs.
won't if you take Hood Sarsaparilla mild and gentle obtainable, such as
been taken, wis left op-Mi and the fora while. i Sam Ilosenau on West Belmoutstreet. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver ( '

b'.x-ka, which hud been locked in the -- -- -- : Tablets should be employed. Their
| use is not followed by constipation
afe the night; previous, were found DEMOCRATICLEAGUE The lawn party at the residence i j I as they leave the bowels in a natu- S.?

r-c.ittred over a bolt of cloth, which 'of Hon. and MrsV.. A. Blount last', ral and healthy condition. For sale w
for by all druggists and medicine deal ,
night, the benefit of St. Michael'sparish
had been .
the II
spread upon or to else d
MEETING was a brilliant success and I ( .
lee the noise of footfalls.A .
was liberally patronized.The Six Million Boxes a Year. ,
valuable gold watch, the rrop-
POSTPONED Tuesday Afternoon EuchreClub In 1895, none; in goo 6,000,000 <<
-- -
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-- --- - - met with Mrs V. J. Vidal yes- boxes; that's Cascarets Candy Ca- rll,

l1o\t-: ;n 111/C1O1 -- terday. First prize was won by Mrs thartic's jump into popularity. The

!speaks of('otce Diinkii g.l Owing; to the fact that the Sistersof Harry Blumer, and the consolation I. people have cast their verdict. Best EVERY DAY
award was made to Miss JuliaIooney. medicine for the bowel in the world.
About coffee drinking, Dr. Hewetty Mercy have secured Clutter's hall All druggists, loc.
: "I have the b"..t of reasonsf I i I IoATa
--- ---
: for the commencement exercise of
naming collee as among the most Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Walker have The finest line of sterling silver .

gerous of Mow poson! ;. My own the Creole school for tomorrow moved from West Government i goods and silver novelties i is to be
j' 'suiul experience gained by 1
found at J. I. Prices
street to the Stephens' to
the north
r' state !has taught the truth. cottage on .,
i I" night, the meeting; of the Democratic please all.
At bout 1 17 I became a member ofa west corner of Gregory and Reus ":

voting people's ;society whose League has been !postponed until 1 streets, recently vacated by Dr. ..:
pledge I barred the use of all intoxicants CASTOnXA.
tobacco tea and collee, until Thursday, Juue .j. Boulter. Bean the Ito Kind Yaa Had Aiay3 Socgfcl: aJ.1
------ ,
the ;aif of 21. I kept my \pledge and -- ------ For BJguattre # -

early temperate. )habits were funned. CHINA EN County Commissioner.I of rrtGf
l'pt.> ebolitmtsothyetr; I wa an announce myself a candidate for .-
athlete; no one had better health: o rplfl election a; county commissioner; ; for
:". district No. 1, at primary to be het L. FRIEDMAN & -
R 1/1t( 1111Il\( lflNICK'S
A short tini after p.t..iu.; thirty j WERE ASHORE July t;th. and ask for the support 00.5-
hefran the use i.f cotft.. at breakfa-t :all democrats.

with an oeea; -iunal cup itt evening l -- LEE DAMELL.clearance .
partieThe! fir-t symptom of ill 1 .
A number of Chine e -:1I1.r,; from
health I remember cam<< soon :and Great sale of

later ore mouth and Htomaeh: troubl th. 4teainhip Vermont were allowed clothing at the "Forbes;
-. well
Finally marked
!- My bowel dyspep.iauprened. tiympathiztd. shore! leave last night, but they Store. :: *i> RACKET STORE. @ :

of course, also nervous system were all in charge of two special I See show window.
became impaired. Duziuessattackd IfCj
--- --
otficers for the
acting government,
me, and tremulant handsnLdtred
writing exceedingly dill 1- who let the Orientals have: a good
cult. :\1dit.t had to Iw ic.tricted. I MAGNOLIA BLUFF POSTPONED mm :
Experienced medical :'idviors Jor- time and then escorted them back to UNTIL FRIDAY NIGHT ON

bade all flints.Several the "te.lmer. ACCOUNT OF CLOSING EXERCISES }
attacks of gastritis trot \
The crew is largely< composed of
ble.! me and bowel conipUint( became

mutt frequent. The shadow of ate Chinamen, and none of them are THE OPERA HOUSE. ---- -
ancholia menaced me and c uised me DAILY MENUS
tn wonder why am'tnofmy lineage, allowed to leave the vessel unguard- If you are thinking of moving. Paxson & Hall'sTransfer.

trencth and! endurance and temperate ed. This is! in obedience to special-' Comprise all the Up-to-
tubits hould bH thu. HlU'Cted.! see Harry Hallmark or call phone '
Eminent pecialnts iiimed it instructions in this respect, forbidding Date Dishes the Mar- iI'

'mium,' others as noted Mid; 'mi-i any more Chinamen to comp 251 and let him quote you prices. He pets of the World I'S .
crebes. I now say 'colI A arabica.' has the best spring Moats in the city.The Afford.
Why Because for the tirst thirty within the confines of the UnitedStates. .
--- -
-- --
year I did not drink coffee and enjoyed man who owns his own home -
? goad health, the r( coud thirty The men who came to the city lat insures himself again lots of Si'ECIAL ATTENTION
years coffee drinking became a habit trouble and Ladies' ,, te>:aictJt
night called on some of their resi worry. Nobody can Private GIVEN TO
:and illness more than kept pace raise his rent, and the rent day has
with the indulgence.I dent countrymen, and it is supposed
no terrors for him. It's
to owna
am now past 60 years of ag e. they exchanged friendly greetings, home now-a-days. Dining Parlor* Baggage and Hauling.Machinery ,
About Ib months ago I tw a shrewdly but this cannot be stated as true. WatSOn & Co. can Thos.ho
written statement of Postern Cereal easy It is. Call and see them WT
Coffee. I gave it careful reading and
---- ------
and thought, and U an experiment i ATTENTION CONCERT AND DANCE Regular Dinner Daily. Furniture Moved Promptly at

substituted Postum for Java MAGNOLIA BLUFF POSTPONED Short Notice; also Conduct....
and Mocha. For the first three day' -
of the change I felt, keenly, the los: Patrons of Public Schools. ACCOUNT OF CLOSING NIGHT EXERCISES ON I'IltyT.CI.ASti:

of the !stimuUnt, after that the n uTickets for general admission to OF THE PUBLIC SCHOOLAT Short Orders Prompt Wash Day

trient quality the drink more than: the closing exercises of school No. 1 THE OPERA HUL'e E. Filled. Night or Day Livery Feed
compensated the and can be reserved and
deprivation, at 10 a.m.Thursday, --- -- -- ,
-tnonishing change came in re-I the 29th inst. Plant With a Gas Range-
I a spring garden.
tarring hunger three times daily I Tbe.upper gallery will thisoccasion .
; upon If It' Something Good to Eat Sale Stables. -
c lId scarcely wait for meals, a ses n- be thrown open for general I The Willis Hardware Co. }.on1l'I.h,you'!! Had It at is no longer a blue M- >

,lon I had not had for more than admission and with these seats extra I can sell you the tools cheap. with it's heat and steam and kit. ::
thirty years. there will be a seat for every ticket Nick Apostle's Corner Zarragossa and Jefferson Streets,
Now my health is excellent. I issued, and with this assurance it is annoyances. Those housekt.-
<. U K W >O T1C Opposite Plaza
KM. jt
eat fruits of all kinds and food hoped that the Telephone 251.
as my unseemly scramble --- Popular Restaurant. who value a good servant can i -4- .
appetite demands. I am regaining for seats will not be enacted this the -
my nervous tone and my strength i3incrt'asing year a3 has been done on some occasions aSEITHER consignee captain of own-tbe the work lighter with a Gas R; "

daily. Except my change heretofore. Madrlleno be HARRY HALLHARK. it '
as saves time and labor as WK
from coffee to Postum I have made: Those. who have tickets for the by the crew of Bald vessel for debts contracted IJJYNY) >> '
L no change in my mode of living. parquet can, if they wish to do so, DELCZARRAGA, Manager Transfer Department fuel. Ita facilities for all k nd-
} Do you wonder that I name cot ae have seats reserved at 3 p. m. on the W. L. Witticc 4 Co captain.: -I cooking are infinitely supers., ;
as among tbe most dangerous of 29th lnt. All holding tickets for Consignees. romUaNEITHER
slow poison? the parquet are guaranteed aeat, the captain owiers- If you wish the very lest j! Marston $ Quina are sole coal ranges or stoves.!

I believe there are thousands suffering as only the same number of ticketsare ot the butch ice cream freezer at the very agents for the celebrated
Alpha will be
as I suffered with better ex-: issued as there are seats in the re.
r case for ignorance than I can offer." parquet.: X.B.CooK. by tie crew of said for debt contracted lowest price, the Willis i Odorless refrigerators, Pen acola Gas Co.

= r A. C. Hewet, M. D., 491 West Adams County Superintendent of Public In venel.J.. LIIWEX.: Hardware Co. can please : absolutely guaranteed ,
W S. hIHER.i Co., or
street Ill.r struction. : Captain.
Chicago, +
C'onatgneeL D!mot I
\you i I money refunded. .
F't '
No. 3 S. Pitifox St., Pensicoli,

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