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VOL 30. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 81900. NO. 81. '


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T TERRIFIC[ CYCLONE ;A MERCHANT_ j jPbeola DEWEY I is WARMLY BOERS RETREATINGBEFORE THREATENED- -BY-- NECROES. DEFECT FOUND IN ",: P ., r:1., ,

: City Grocer Leaves For Parts : An Armed :Slob Gathers at Hume of


MIKES GARZA TEX : CITY I'uknown.PHIMX Ala., May. 7.-A sensation i I',; GREETED IN MEMPHIS THE BRITISH ATLANTA May Charles 7.-Ctiles.A mob of n... r's.6uppost'd ARMY LAW OF 1899 -

i has been caused here by the disappearance : -- .. L i to be hotel waiter was ds- I

of W. T Gilb rtawellknown covered Sunday ni lit in an attempt t<>
s,;' S.-gle Building In Town ]grocer. Gilbert had: a !store in Girard :!;I Admiral and His Wife Priven ,Roberts' Advance Continues assns-inaee Charles; Cates the young'man ; It Does Not Provide For a

L,','aped Damage. ;: i and two in Columbus. His Columbus I l Ii i Through the City. i' With Rapid Precision. who sh jt and killed Lige Jefferson! Reduction of Force.
whom he caught in the act of burglary <
stores have let u closed by the sheriff under i j :
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I --- |I The mob in which there! were 10 or 12 j
a $!,'>>) attachment iu favor of J. B. '
XASY HOUSES DESTROYED, D"l\tHI1 GIVEN: UNIQUE RECEPTION I i ENEMY IS FALLING BACK negroes; many of whom carried pistols REQUIRE ACT OF CONGRESS i '
I t tI in their IIdnls. began to gather in the :
The claim against him amount to I I 1 i vicinity of Cates' h.mid, at tai RandolphMreef :

*. ail'" lteluJurl'tl-Cirl'l&l Daniugti; 'about! itj H"). It is said however, that He VU1U' the High achool-btudrnta' 1 ji j Trdoivaalrrs' Retire Toward Kroonitadt stout b o'cbck.' : while the Enlisted Mea May He Cut I
he i is and ..
solvent has 11.000 or $2,000 j I
IMI \ Policeman Kil who lives in
,1..1 "'rUIII Mod .trlck
u..lo" SdIiA
I. R: ', above! his debt I Dressed In lied, White and Ulue, ; -Hamilton Continues to Push Down There Ii No Provision For
i Ii i ii the neighborhood, wo informed of the :
lelrgri .)iIe t'nh.1' Inter. The immediate cause of his flight wa |' Mug I'dtrlotlc ? ongi-Florul 1'arade. {i Boon-Uattle of Vet Kiver-Hunttr I situation and telephoned to Captain Jen- Reducing the Ofllrf to Number .

'i'. Iii, my Kdln "'Follow I II I not suit bis of a financial week's spree.trouble\ There but was was the also re ,!j Full Dress Hull at 1 heater. I Ij Moving Toward lafelllug. i uiiiH residence| while he hid hiin ef! near Cates '. Prior to Spanish \Vur.WASHIXOTOV :

x.. May 1.A cyclone a woman iu the eu+o.Mr. i MEMPHIS. ., LONDON i. The of Win- will
I j May -The festivities in May capture A squad) of policemen were dispatched : May Congress

,' ,wu bull nearly half of thus| tilt! church. Gilbert and was has a a dearcm family.Hibernians in. the! !ape I honor of Admiral! and Mrs. Dewey, who burg by the British is continued and he to the scene by Captain Jennings, whc perhaps bo !surprised to learn the army '

iwu down among them with Lieuff nants Caldwell and Crawford main advance to Pretoria! continue with went with them and the men hid about law of l 1899! does not paividu for the rev
the ueigbbn-hiwl several hours. i j
---Lurch and one store. 1 I arrived last the chine like and ductioii of the its dimension
Meet m Memphis evening m precision rapidity j One arrest was made, a uegro named regular army to -

ir" la the town esiapt-d BOSTON May 8 -The forty-second; I|j: began today The city is: crowded with! which ba characterized all Lord Rob, Miles Briukley, who was caught prowling I ; prior to I )\I'j, as is now popularly

..Wv national convention and ninth biennial -1 j 1 i visitorfrom many southern states and erts' forward movements, Ey the occupation -, around the. house, and a pistol was suppostKl. Expertsay that only the

''.," blare! clouds the peosulety meeting of the Ancient Order of I the decorations of the down town busl- I j of Wiuburg, General lau Hamil--. found in his pix-ket He was, locked up rank and till will be reduced to 23,000j

., in the storm houM- Hibernian* opened here to-dayand !j!! ness houses are most tlaborMo.i I ton has put himself nearly parallel with for carrying! a clncpalt'Voop0n.. t that there is the trinible-ri>rjfing phraseolo .
I Gates killed Jefferson night.
Friday
will continue until the 11th. / I
A ; of ieoplare reported iuloiUy One of the big feature will be a ',i Admiral and Mrs. Dewey arose at au !i laIrd Rob-rt and only 29 miles eait The Ut'gro"a a union hotel waiter and I ;j- in the law wbu-h retains all the ,

I parade of the members! of this state early hour this morning and breakfasted i ward while he has the additional- had his card in hU pocket when found. additional officers in the ,service. In re*.

\"" of (jO )111.,. to-m-rrow, I j i at the, Peabody hjtel. Afur reading vantage of being connected with his; After the killing a number of negroes/ ;, i tisution appears to confirm this asser ithin.

< \ -'ijiirt.): TI I., May 7.-A le Every division in this state have :! the morning papers Admiral Dewey received { chief by means of the railroad that runs nearly demanded all of that whom Cates were be arrested hotel waiters and acinvestigation :, .

,: ( .'rri-ne" wrecked the Sar Ani prepared for this great event, and a few visitors. i from :sauldt'el:: or Wmbur rood tatlou -' bt held.: The coroner held Before the Spaiii-h war the regulararmy/ I
will he represented in the parade I' At 10 o'cljk a committee of escort ar- .
i m and Trust company1 :5-story! with full ranks. 'i I nved at the hotel and the city's guest aa it is rornetimes called :o Win- no inquest aud the police, believing th ioiisiared of only I'vOC? iucu al! told,

terra cotta building this morn- E. J. Klattery, state president, will announced that they were at the dis- ;i burl killing of the burglar was justifiable l1al1lf'1\,2.000; ( rank and rile, 31 military .

., I ** h about $73.000 aud was be chief marshal of the parade, and ,I po-nl ot the committee. Carriages were i I The only feature: of the carefully doe '' homicide refuvd to take Cates in cue i, cadets and 7 professors at West ,

.1 The wind velocity win ft] the presidents of the different coun- m waiting 1111.t hI! dUtiuguished VHitors I vised plan of general advance that is t"dy. ----- -_ I II ,
Point ueral staff and line officers
2,104
mi: :ii >ur Two boi cars were ties throughout the state will comI togtthir;; with the committee I, not disclosed Vy the swift development: i> DENOUNCED FROM PULPIT. ; jt
I I in the active service besides I.29Senlisted
I'I is the part iht Bailer has elected to ,! ;
< :nisi the trucks of the main ho mend their respective corps. were driven down Main strt-et to cotton I '
men and &53 officers on the re
I take
Autonio and railroad This convention be No. 7. the arrival of the > iu the operations. At present there
:gnu A. P. promises to compress Upou ',, Dr. Kroughton \g..lo Charge Muyoii tired tat. As larked from time to
"--uu--il the wrecking of the due the largest gathering of Irish people party the press was, put in full operation are! uo indicaf'oaa of any movement ou ]i I Woodwardlth Drunkenness. time under the \'I\rinlu war legislationthat
.,; exouraiou train from Corpus I and the descendants ever aeinblod!! < and the admiral watched its working the part of rie Natal army. DJubtle..I.I ., \
I a few days or'Ifsb will bring out the ATLANTA, May 7.-Mayor James G i followed the United States army
,-ti, TJII! ftfrnau was the only out in this country and it*' deliberationswill with much iUlt're"t.fter half au
j' British !hue of action before' the BIg. Woodward now consists: of fU.WJ! rank and file 3S1 -
tart be watched with interest' by the hour's stop the rartr returned again to was for the second time de- : 'I
cadets and 8 West Point professor, '
--- -- millIons of the Irish the heart of the and drove through | garsburg. '
many race scattered city flounced! from the pulpit by Dr. L. G.
f- trated. Lord \ 2,58(5( general I staff and line officers inactive
lrcriiihlc; Vrvlve I'ro+ rtoherts is now 9 miles north of
all the world who look Linden where handsome
over I I street many Broughton at the Tabernacle Baptistchurch : service, with 1,447 enlisted
| the Vet aud 63 miles north : Dell
of Bloemfoa-
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I.TOMay ..-The telegraphic upon the A. (). H. as the representative residences are lI)1'at d.
i tein. aud the second and 753 officers ou the retired list. Beside
I The Boers seem anxious to retreat Sunday night
el t the interior of the! state u Irish association. At 11:30 Jock the party: was escorted j
these there
to Kroon&tadc and are doing so.At arraignment like the first the regulars are approximately
- -- to the Hiebee school for ladies was on ,
young
\', time this there
dispatch cent
Kdwatd Clifford Sentenced to Drath. and a unique reception was there ace is .!!;! charge of drunkenness and immorality.Dr. j
'111ml! .>rm this morniug. Th The'I corded the vi-itors. AU of the pupils of is nothing new from General Hunter Bronghton in the presence of a oorrioe. These figures show the IoU
./ river is bank full near Thompson JERSEY: CITY. X. J., May 8.- : the school were dressed in red white but It Is re myd he Is pushing steadily '' congregation;; of 8,0)0( people, chargedthat lowing increases in the various graded I
". court of over and terminer has sentenced I forward in active service: Euhatod men, 39.909
low laud* for miles are flnided.portal t I and blue while the tastefully in the direction of Mafekiug, the mayor of Atlanta had been ou ;
rooms were -
that the tbnu this morn Edward Clifford the murderer 1 1 decorated.: The young ladies reni aided by the aggressiveness of Barton's a drunken spree for the past week or ten otl cers, 4,>2; professors, 1; c\lMs. 10. I

i &i of a cyclonic character. but de- of Superintendent William U. i I dered several patriotic airs, followed by and Paget's brigades. days, aud visited while iu such a condition In the expiring: hours of the Fifty
are lucking owiurf to the wires bo. Watson of the West Shore railroad, recitations instrumental The The critic of the afternoon newspapers houses of ill fame. fifth congress, by the agency of a con.
i:Itobe hanged; here to-day. This i is i music. ferwioe committee, a law was rushed t
owu. ] view th situation with the Dr.
,_ party returned to the hotel and Admiral great. Broughton! demanded that the
the fifth time Clifford has been sen| through aud approved March 2, 1899,
est aatfefacti' n. A dispatch from Small. be
l mayor impeached, declaring emphaticaily -
and wife
Dewey were given an opprtumty
1)smrge Mt
Hustrop. tenced. His friends have made for while before the I deel gives d. ails of the occupation cfWiuburg : containing a cUuie which provide! that I

.'or. Tt.. May 7.-The d"..fruct- persistent fight to save him from the ,,| to of rest tin floral a parade which beginumg took b) -"He British. It *ys: "In the name of Almighty God. ou and after July 1, 1901, "All the gel
gallows. Clifford shot Superintendent 1 era!, staff and line ofiicers appointed t.
? 1 mid rainstorm seem to hav 1 place: in the afternoon "New hp jest come here that Geni ;j Christian men and women, have we not I; ,

B-vral) in southwest T<>xa*. At Watson in hn otHce at Weehaw- i A full dress. ball was given in the i eral] Hamilt i is giving the Boers no ': had enough? I for one have had and I I, the army under this act shall be dis .
ken March 5, ISiHJ.! The punerintend- charged. and the numbers restored in
evening iu honor of the admiral and his f rent and thtt they are falling back burl bay that it shall stop and ship now t" +
... the Cha<> & CM] bui diugy ent had discharged Clifford, who each grade to those existing at the pas t
1 nedly. Hu has entered Winburg after lIe of what he claimed :
wife the Grand house and the ,i gave a history '
at ,
r" s' 'I I. Ibf hardware store of the opera of this act and the enlisted, force of
was employed by company as a iu social a brisk l fight, in which the Boors fell to have been Mayor WoodwarrVs con. age
function
I, i 'i Markf was partially! de- ,, special detective. It i is not thought l i a way evliIosedany.thing back the line of the army hall be reduced to
so quickly that of their duct in the
one and said
there
of the kind ever witnessed: in guns past was no
: 1 weie the only wnoai ,
? there willll. further delay. i 1 in addition tea Maxim abandoned." the number as provided fur by a law
: this was longer room for
". lU. but fears city. mercy. ,
i' rrop, crave are t prior to April 1,1f S9'\. .
i- '.. i-salt 111 the ,-urr'uncliupMA' Civil! tenlcp Kiaminad,. Admiral Dewey ha adhered strictly The same dispatch describing the This army law of 1899 known as the I if
of the Vet
to his original announcement when he crossing( river by the British LITTLETON GETS LIFE TERM.
Cockrell Gorman bill is muddle of iu-
-- WASHINGTON, May 8.-Exarainations !J started ou the pre-seut trip not to talk tc:: says: a a .
l "The Boer foires entrenched the Was Convicted of Murdering Ills bister- '' explicable contrachou.s. The positive :, ,
Y CYCLONES IN KANSAS. are being held to-day in the nvw.-p.iper men either on the sitject of on recitations! of the '
,I !several cities where there are fed- ; politics! or the navy and announces that I oppO'Cte bank, prepared to contest the i In-La\. at Opellk ,. foregoing paragraph

f .Ifm l-unarl huiril Cloud. Passl.'iruiigb eral civil service examiners for the !, he has no intention! of making au exception :, cros.Hing. Our guns were brought into I i, OPEUEA Ala., May 7.-Frank Little- nearly apparently universal leave conrlu.iiou no escape that for the ,
I of translator in the mint bureau play and a terrific shell fire was directedon on i. (
the position
: Matt -' to this rule: He takes the position : '
the Boer i ton charged with the murder of Miss > July 1, 1901 the army is to go back tu ,
hues. At the time
v-- 7. No less than of the treasury depa-tment. | that he is on a social and pleasure and same I
:> May the Queenslanders, under a heavy: fire, :' Ella Hodges, his sister-in-law has been its original strength before the Spanish t -
.. not H I political trip. war, unless meanwhile there is \. ,
supple
It > ijied\ cyclone clouds have dashed the river and convicted of the !
Cruiser Huflalo'itNew Com in antler. He H greatly peaed! 1 with his welcome i across advancing murder in first degree
That such is the
.. ', .: i <.', have been w-tu iu tan in the open completely turned the Boer mentary legislation.
WASHINGTON, May8.-Command- I here and Iii much gratified l with I and sentenced to the penitentiary for understanding in congress has been A'

.... .:.? itt through Ellsworth Rice, er Hwift. chief of the ordinance bu | the warmheartedness apparent every- right. duskbut life. The evidence was circumstantial |I mauifwt by the utterances of member '. .

1 .J' :, ate :IVvuee counties. As far at reau at the Washington navy yard, ', whore: since coming into the south. the"It gallant was Australians.nothing They could pushedon stop but very strong, and there was little and senators in the discussion of pending ': -) .

st..t' \Vuutm:! Helllerek and wife to-day assumed the duties of commander ----- again, seized the commanding kopje doubt of his guilt The woman was his army legislation. This threatened 1'v

'. .t':>> ir !In M tu the dertrnrtum ol of the cruiser Buffalo, relieving ;, DEAD WHALE ON THE BEACH. aud by brilliant movements aud!continuous wife's sister, and was murdered by ,{ event u used constantly, as an appeal for '

'. ,. Captain McKenzie. drowning. The circumstances were immediate: legislation to put the '
n north of ElIt: 'wood, coin- Ses< Monster With Harpoon In Him nfle fire draw off the enemy in the army .
i, I.- 'U< fnUUMe*. O\'l'r'O people art -- --- darkness. The first gleam of the dawn simply horrible aud the coldblooded'I on a firm footing.It -
lIllI'r Killed Out Order. Found on Carolina ('oa t.
crime \ in the criminal has somehow abroad
't'"" i kiightly! injured near Ellenfst found tho in full flight and our was nnparallelled got recentlythat
r. WA
'.'' : r.rni formed 3 miles north pension day in the house and Mr. :Sulzerof stranded on the beach at Seariew this important strategic point" double murder was committed. i provide for reducing the officers of the :. .
n.. \f'"llit 3 o'clock lu tea after- Judge Evans also sentenced 19 other regular; army ou the date named or any '-
A dispatch from BoshofT! General
the terminus of little
New York created a slight flurry by Harry county a says ,
criminals all convicted this other date
BcWrovtuif Helen FriHck's homes Methuen made recounoisunce negroes, at although a bup.-rflcial read-
from
to stx'Ui'e the adoption of a railroad just built from the wilds of the l a of the leaves ., '
IroiniioClUI1 ml other farm housed attempting there to the neighborhood of jjjartkopI : term court for terms running ing that. itiiprpssion and that was

;att. rings. I resolution expreyuugsyti1pathy with the interior, and people are flocking to the I piesfontein, locating the B-x-r laager.After from IS months to eight years undoubtedly what ru'gre __ __
I
.! South Atrl<'lil1 republics. He got recognition \ was providing for when it .;I.'d the "
:
:- tau>!lv aiiuiher tornado had spot en excursions to see the fish. To> an unimportant exchange of fire p1L
,n : .!>.m i nubs! east of Urent lend i before the! appro\ul of till! journal add to the interest it Is evident that the' the Boers removed their laager. HAVANA'S STREET RAILWAY. !, act. A curijl< investigation leaves lit- '
\.1 i imrrli.in.. and movtsl the adoption of his resolution he tie room for doubt that both congress !;.
that
in a Jcrly dirrthuuAi whale was killed by a harpoon i A fairly strong force of Boers was
under suspension of the rules but Assistant Secretary of War ll'lkl'lJoho and the administration circles in ;
:e'. .1 'l IK' hut and tarns au.l1.il\'J\ has probably carried thousands of miles. seen moving northward. General Me i I err any
,1 In.t the speaker ruled him out of order.: to Approve Plans.WASHINOTOV presumption that thp Gickrell-Uornian :, _
-u Hr William Wt-Uh'. furm. The harpoon has 80 feet of rope attacbed. thuen then returned to Boihoff. I .
ar'' IoullJ'n..:-. ware ileriuliNh '\ i Cross lu the! Sky.I hick to its old number before the : :
Fiery army .
family fv-HK'il.' '|I : length and 34 across the back. a dispatch from Smaldeel as follows: of War Meikeljohn will approve'' i I'
\1 i >tLr .wm at aU ut the sfune tiraj OZ.IRK. Ala., May -The people of Fishermen and sailors say the tackler 'tWe crossed the Vet river SllIlda; Spanish war. It unquestionably, compels ; : -y
this week the plans for thestreet
sego : oar t'awiitM the outfit of perfecting the reduction of the enlisted strength J ib 't ... .
Rock 13 mil ta.t Ozark were startled Saturday: night by in the body belonged to a and are now encamped at Smaldeel I "
r8iL f great fiend wrecked scv- i ; whaler aud that it was struck by professional junction. The enemy is in full retreat railway system of Havana. |; ) the old maximum, unless the present ;

e".; .. ar.(; and destroyed rro.lI. i i the appearance of a wonderful phenomena whale hunters, and breaking toward land river and Kroonstadt. ;! This action will be taken in accordance congress; provides differently tor the i .

-, I I I in the ht' vt'uIt was about 11 i the line headed across the seas, unmindful "The naval guns and the artillery with the resolution of Senator :! muster out of the volunteer general stall lI
CUBAN o'clock that a well outlinged cross parted I of latitude, aud at last died of the i made excellent practice particularly I I I. and Hue officers and the volunteer sol .: >
EDITOR MURDERED. 1 through the heavens, going east. The Foraker. The plans are indorsed by I diery. But few if any of the additional :'
wound. ___________ 1 two 5-inch guns, used for the first time General Wood and General Ludlow. '
officers 4.
had the bright regular for the
: appl'aral1of a required
I IPIA I cross _
11. !, \ ; ;: with this force. We Maxim
captured a
% 4 .lu t l While Witnessing Senator } in his '
Dr. Tabb Has 'I'raker. the 1
Disappeared on
!I cloud and the longer and shorter pieces and 23 prisoners. Our casualties report '! Spanish and Philippine wars will, can
) .t Theater. scented to be about d feet wide each. SAVANNAH May 7.-Dr. S. R. Tabb,r'|: small-only 15 wounded one killed were! matter points out that the grants for or are intended to be discharged under %, ". -
';i, very the two roads were issued betore Spainrelinquished Its III
i, lYviu.v cf Cuba provisions.CUT
Santiago, ,
" : marine hospital surgeon located here, I and S missing./ I .,
sovereignty and i
! pvejCuba
V Si-iii >ai' &anali >ollcltorhlp Contest. |I
\Ihf> editor of Th
T British
rti. "The arrived here without
j for several : army -
andi '
I has been missing days [ that consequently the l/uited Statesai'
I'' '. "' SAVANN\H. 7. The most interesting '' The Boers' last .: TUNNEL IN 25 MINUTES. f
.Hriitle,, WAS shot and instantly! | May i his friends have been much worried over opposition. train required under the terms of the treaty '.

::r'' '', an unknown asttsuin at tin solicitorship campaign iu the state his sudden departure. It was known left late Saturdav, night.' The Boer 1 of peace to observe them Pennsylvania Koad Will Soon Rasa k

"- "*'' :act ui.ht. Alberti was an ace M growing warmer as the time for the I that he was fond of cards and played, < losses The on guard the west remains flank were behind 40 killed. I Four Tracks Through Mountain*. ., ,.1
rear kopjes { Wounded and Cuptured. .
i. P'<.iriri naid his paper has recently primary election 8 ppr JaCh's. The stronge often in some of the public gaminghouses ,I 10 miles distant. There is much railway I I!i ALTCX V, Pa-, May 7.-The new tun fi. :1I
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but he had DARLINGTON.. C. '
here ..
no one thought May Tom
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exists between thesupportors I
v feeling
sine the action of the Amen- partisan forage; aed corn here It is stated eel at Spruce creek has been into f .. -J '
: embarrassed himself. The marine hospital put
ty also particularly the election of S hcitor General W. W. that the Boers are retreating toward Johnson a negro wanted here for a
11<' <. 1 Osborua ami Walter C. Hartndge and department has been making inquiries service. The first train to pass through f
I Krool1 tadt. The Zand river bridge is !criminal assault on his daughter, has'!I !"
Ii and recruuinutiou have nt wu for him but so far no trace: of it was heavy freight westbound. The e
: W: kilW Captain Smith ;i' charges > reported to have been destroyed. 1 been arrested in Florence county on the t' "
.. has been found.
him
.' thi in thick and fast. of .;
i" rt. January was --- I :>i cutting the new tunnel was ac- ,
DJII Ckridades. Alberti --- TO PROSECUTE LYNCHERS. j I severelykwounded.ifMorrif;, armed I hvd in : w'
SaUunolll'uUle Workers Mft. S. II. H.twkln< Ends Ills Life. ing comf.hi> 25 minutes by the large ,
t : 'ureatening letters: which with a shotgun was aiding the sheriff :i force of construction men on hand Nut f
t : .:'i I his paper. Al'il'STA. Ga., May 7.-The annual CHARLOTTE, N. C., May 7.-Samuel' (io\ I'ruor \11.-1.,11'111: ends Attorney in making the arrest. Morris fired, 'I Ia single tram was delayed.The .

... convention of the National Textile H. Hawkins, Jr., who shot himself t to Ker>rp.rnt the Mate.JACK.OV one hoad of squirrel shot taking/ effect in old tunnel abandoned will be i .

t"rr "' turn lu lUoourl. Workers convened here today, a numberof through the head Friday: night with suicidal Miss., May Governor t Johnson's face, the other in the Mt widuied during the summer and by D
May 7.-The storms tbut delegates from all parts of the UnitedStates intent died Saturday afternoon. ', Longiuo has appointed Hon. Shed' Hill shoulder. One eye svgs shot out. The'>, comber of the present year the Pt.unayl- i; ; '
wounded man is! in jail. \'I..IIIa111 haa solid 4-tnw-k road ,' '
Hawkins died with'lut"iJl I :
The sessions reason
iMugh; t. Louis audi- : I Ming present. are any [ of Wmouu, special district in "
for his suicide. His relatives belitve i att'iriiey -- through; the mountains" at this {>omt. ;
ball where
being held in the Red Men's t "
.
I" tyro Livs have resulted .
the state! convention of the Georgia Federation that uoeausr for the tragedy existed, the place of D"Iriettt<.rII'Y Rat. To accommodat tho-e who are partial Building- Collupspu- -Two- : ..

i : tbiiiiago to |intM-rty.] of Labor was held. except rueut:1I.1t'pl'l's iu, whi-h was the chffe of the Sixth: district in order that to the use of atomizers in applying ; ; Killed. .t .

: i"iifinod to the blowiuij; .. result of the disposition of a lifetime. the latter might; attend a siial tern of liquids into the nasal passage ST. Lou--, May ..-Uy the collapse of ... ." .

and portiunsof houst-sand Pulp Mill Damaged by Fire. Young Hawkins came here from Americus the court at Liberty to 12 a hou-e at 1430 North Eighth street 1. .
l-Kluniug enured sevenil prosecute for fut'irrtifil ff tn>>ii n, the proprietors ;"
', and liist: St. Loui-i. At MONTREAL, MayA dispatch from, Ga. white men arrested f,.r lyui-hing a negro! prepare Kly's Liquid Cream Balm. j,; Cora Evtrson aud Miltna NMs
\ 'ti lightning; destroyed Fort Graiidmere says the pulp mill and 1 The ancient believed that rhen- at Glo.-tcr, April 30. Attorney Hill |I Price including the spraying tube I Ij is 'i! groes, were killed, and seven others, f' '. 'I'Of

anmucl act lire to the It'll.- pulp room of the Laurentides pulp and 1 mali-m was: the work of a demon' will take the place of Attorney IttcIiffein \ 7.1 cents Dru pitor by mail. The I' \\ are now at the city hospital as a result "' f f"ho
the ,
court of at :Magnolia this .
paper mill has been burned. The papermill within a man. Any one who ha* week. sessions (liquid embodies the !medicinal prop. of their injuries, narrowly escaped i." ;, .1.

I 'h which has a capacity of 1\I1I1l10S had an attack of sciatic or intlim- t-rtie of tb" *.,,lid. preparation. .I d'-ath. The building w '"> "a 2-storr i. ':_
tTlous Wild Hcast. per lay, will Iv crippled by the burningof matorv rehuiuatUm will agree that I The lynching for which the men are Cream! Balm quickly uh-orh d by structure that had I U-ui rnndeinueil. Allwere .

v N, C.. May ?.-.\ winter the pulp mill.Mackerel. the infliction i is demoniac enough to to be tried seems to have bfol'li.tthout I the' nif-mbrnne and does: not dry up asleep when the acr-idt-nt orurred.i t r r s}
of and thets .
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even a justification
pretext I
that nijhterious least, ii -- -- -- warrant thq belief. It ha never ; the secretions, but chances them to - .. 5
st citizen, of Auiite denounced
it
Dunn's whole codfish. been claimed that Chamberlain'sI : a nHturwl and healthy character i F.llwr'M .\"ful l'li h'J! :'

i"-s UlUl1tllil1'l truck and l..y. Fulton Market CDJ'DAd I Balm would cast out demon*, roundly. __ __ Ely Hruti) .-ra. ivi Warren., X. Y i iMoonlight i"I F. M. Higgins; Editor Seneca.: } ,. t '" .t.J ,,
moons
and mince at H. but it will cure rheumatism, and I Hannah Bros'. are a;:'ent.* for DP- 1 s .
beef meat News
1'I.| .b-sorlpfon of pI.nl'll l l'x-iirM: ((111.,1 was afllicted for year f: ;
the i)1t)
Wees'
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'1 .' hundred bear testimony' to Cough Cure, Diarrhea Rein ...
h.ireithe rhaiurtff- Muller's, 400 South Palaa truth of thi ,statement.;; One application edy and Witch Hazel .Salve. They The Yountr People ; Union of tie with! Pile that no doctor or remedy : ; i( .tJ1.1

too;g.lhlourhlMJlI tiger; and cow. much Tl:8 fox street. PhoTie213. relieve\ the p-fin and this c ruarantee all three of these prepara- First Uipti-t church will rive a bay ,', helped until tie tried JJacklen' Ar- : : :f: ,,1 1 1I

are -- quick relief which it affords is aloneworth tious and will cheerfully refund the excursion on the tux Simpson i.'n :i flea !Salvp. He writes two boxes : pI ..Ji

many times its ro*t. For ale : money to any one who ue them Tue-day nizht. tIle 10th; in-t. U-j.-.t: .v

,' opportunity." By tak- !!ff ,'fu : by Hannah Bros., 21 :South Palafoxstreet. : i without being;: benefited. Price 2T> will (leave Palafux wharf at '; o'cl..d" i I wholly i cured him. It's the surest 'J{ ;;( ;
Pile .1.
cure on earth and the '
I best
e cent each. and visit: nil pi>in of iiteet: : I-1 salve ,
.iT'aparilH: now yon ,.-- ** fre-nnimts ..rvni on hoard.Idol.' in HIP world. Cure guaranteed: ; -i t t '

"I' your health act! pre- Try THE NEWS Want Column ; it ROSS & CO/ft 3; cent ; children :s) r*>nt*:. Al : Only X cent. :S.ld by W. A. D'Ali E

:ns ellue:=. j Motto : \b': :ute Purity. will pay you. 1 WINDOW SCREEN who go are guaranteed a yol time. i' 'eiaberte druggist ; 'MM H,

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2 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MAY 8,1900.


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I 11119 UP l IN TIlE SEN1TE i OLD SENATORS. Qhas. H.: TurnerJ.ARCHITECT ..--

w oman'sKitmey Ma>r .t Them Hare P.i.*d the

Threescore and Ten Mark. ,
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Four of the oldest men in the senate .

The Ncaragua: Canal and Ship sit side by side in the front row. -$1 *

c..4 ; Subsidy Bills. : They are IVttu of .\lalJlUlt.110: is i'i i

-.' .. 1 Missouri who
.f \ ; '- years old; Cockrell of U VXDGeneral --

= -, -' !-oJ] I ---- t;:i: Vest 81 No of Missouri who is MTZias -

-- Jr'" A r ; oa 7*). and Moriran of .\.lalratna.who .

WILL CO: OYER: 10 NEXT: SLSMOX.itnilciiirnliun TE lhfes ..luue.Age ContractorS
1. \\ki4 o will l>e itI'"t: -

has dealt luhtly with these four ,

2' old with tht' exception of Senator
men
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.\ !'ri-Or. to \\1111 Fur Why trllla wHh heW ---
1J'l Vest who is L?;:inui.;: to give evivlvuce
; ( 1 ,,-I. HriiiTI il til? ''''ftl!'...!' CntntiNxion. : when the csslest and' of the weight of threeM-ore years and Huildin; F.epairiu: ,'. :!:wt..I.llld GratjJcttitu., Pliunbitur. :-0'au.1 _

1'af 1)l';!" rl" -ul of Commerce surast liclp is the best ten upon l.is diminutive; t't>rui. says the l'aFittn.i..-. ,,
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'I i ilt> 11'ltr.w.. \Va-.hii'ton 1'1I-t. 1'tttiis is wonderfully -
J known mediates in the A Complete
Plumbing
; W.%. I--.4i'X V.ly V'Sjifrill! \.)- well prfs-enel. !le is known :i,. Department under : :: ::

T.i- -i y ,i !>p- tau I' "...lh3,1art' world ? the Confiiciu'! of the senate I ber.-iiiM' Management of E. B. Morey.
4 he looks wise and is 11dJ 'rnte iu
so so
i t. t .:" il! to 1.1 1 iU tle M-U.II>' uiuU-r

W4& ?: U.t !,.,.-i M arrant uif.iis. Tlie Nieai'i I Lydia E. PlnUujn's: Vegetable Compound I I his talk. (Vkn-11 is one of thp hardest lo-\rtiti Diiii. E.tim3tP Plttl awl :Specirlcati.'. '

wI -, ;,r.-; \ t.f ;u.1 a'uid l/ill; uiliiiu.li! : it 11:111 Midi workers! In the senate and his eon lag ot All: KindPre;-.irtd ou r hort: :N.tiee.f' .

'i,{ .. ..'.' the slant watchfulness while bills are l-e-
iti-fli'iiui
I'" : :: li.lj..rI} .11 Is known everywhere and
"A and .
Large Carefully Selected Stock of Fine M.u,: >
Vest
considered used
ACTS GENTLY ON THE I I Mil1!..'. i I- altM. ,;I.n' t-i liiside larked thousands of woman have lug ( ; prou'rhial. Tilinsr! All Kind r..ith Tub, Clo-eiand Housl'ltt.hlrr1.1I.!: .< -
.t the and
be
to one ( greatest orators
.ill I'm .-. !uatiby .'1It uittiiod or au- Hot Water and Gas Future?.
KIDNEYS LIVER utl.t't.JIll I Ictuu.-c a majority! the been cured of serious kid' debaters In the l'oilybut of late he has

,'i"J'/I'J 4!I'l'" Hot i.'.\'ur a ,' mita.. but (it'- ,, ney derangements by it* participated hut little In the proceed No. 19 S. Palafox St. :: Telephone No. 345
Is of the wise
ings. Morgan one men
1 ca'ise thcie! is a tery earliest Iirhef -
, Mrs. PInkham's meth- -u------ -- ---- -
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BOWELS of the senate. lIe knows everything
AND IIIH'II:; :i trrcat many senators aii.l rep-
ods have the endorsement about everything. When he was: a
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n"I'iItthl'-s. and csi'( it1i3In the adniiiKstiatiuu. 1
THE YSTEMAUIRNIAITGSYRVPS the boy and books were scarce he used to :]
: twit it will be unwise to of the mayor,

; GtfANSES pass any cntal bill now pcti-'iry the ,\ postmaster and others of train his memory by learning to repeat
EFFECTUALL'g0gg2&rr each volume a chapter at a time Hisptrt'nt
U'lHUt of tlie leuiuiissiou 1",1"01'y
her own city. wanted him to become minNter.
f ; a Citizens
DISP Adiniir.l WalKtr which i is still making;
E5 : Her medicine has the but he drifted into law and then :
: it.- !ii\c.-ticatiuU of canal loiuos. The
Into politics. He Is one of the few
itlicr measure that is not likely to priss endorsement of an un-

;s the shipping! bill! \ln-raiis.' If it i is numbered multitude ot men In the senate who have the really .'

I called up it will li"id lo an eMead.-d broad gauco of a statesman. OF '-

GONSTIPATION : .li-bate. and that debate I HUh! be pro- grateful women whose Very few of the old men in the senate -

4BITUAL letters are constantly', show their ape No one would
; !lunged indcfiuitcly! by the lainoiityparty. ;
PERMANENTlY that Platt of Connecticut L. HILTON GREEN !:
ever susiM-rt
In this
be undertandiui
TLt-re M-CIIIS to an printed paper.
ITS 'to GEl" was 7- or that Culloin of Illinois was 70 PRESIDENT.
d'CTS'rtE'ICIAL ; "1'1\\ I'I'U !'oiu.' KepuMK Every woman should read T. E. WELLES,
fr'811' last Xo\.emher. Senator hawley ofConnt'ctirllt
M-uMors and the Democratic IIt'u1tllril VICE-PRESIDENT.
these letters Is 73. (jearof Iowa will be
that tliU bill. e\eu if it is tailed I up. .
tw! r.MUN-M&'CD tlY I 75 and Hoar of Massachusetts
OI'Itprll -
Mrs. Pinkham advises
will not be pressed very slrcnsly! : and

( I ( that it will finally be allowed to :pijver. suffering women free of orous.is with 7... Senator his seventieth Teller! Is birthday Mill vip-! T. WELLErt \ ,

Many members of the housetoted Her address Is of J.L E. Saunders & Co. I
"' -- :Ie.ii ,.t-.5: charge. rapidly approaching and Frye Is a rtjraarkahly -
fur the :Nicaragua: ('-"'al bill! K. J. WHITMIRE JOH :

rot uu R.u o Mim u Kk ni tuna.Drrrptlon rather Muctnntlj. loll tlI'\' tell me. Lynn, Mass. young man for the weightof L.
70 Jones of Nevada Is
with the l.i'lit'f that the senate would! nearly years I
I I 09. while his colleague. Stewart Is 72.I .
: tint rnh it through this M-ssion. There .
In Art. I Senator Hate of Tennessee like the A General
i will be ample! upixirtuuity tn amend ITEMS OF INTEREST.More .
Erer tinre tinljjs of /oniia and : late! Senator Harris. will not disclosehis
f it if it is fouUlIII'I'l'losa!')' when the ---
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Ap Uei. when Bmephalus ni-icbed He must he 70 or thereabout
tbe of the painted Alesauder and report of the Walker commission! I II is than Cl.000.000 people In India age. ;
sight I I
for he was soldier; in the Mexican
birds pecked at piintod prapes. there i I rccciu'd. It is also lifted that the are affected by the famine and about Vessels' Accounts ;

., taff been Tasiiiiul reveraiund to the !I' adiiiinisiiatiou. noting; the fait that 4.000.000 are In receipt' of relief. -, war. over half a century ago.-Boston ; !
Herald. Clianse ,
horse bird theory of what constitutes :j coiijriess I Is sure to 13aS" s th<> bill in the Every animal kilt by man. uxcept-

irt. It I is not for effect on horses and :I[ next IoI'I'Iolon. will! hurry up the report Ing the oat. Is tax
4 btrdi. however but for effect on the hu i l and trill if possiliUpress m-iiotiation* How there Is a proposal to tux pussy In 1 .'
man consumer that rabbits aud squirrels Last winter during an epidemic of
I with the republics! of Xlcaifljrua: : and :
that
"I Ire palntoJ banging no dingy old shutters country. 1 whooping cough my children contracted !t '
with such realism that iron railings have I (Vta Hica for a i-ouwssjoa whirh will It Is estimated that If the Doers the dieeae having severe

to lotfrfpne to Loop the victims of the deception take iu the :Nicaragua: en mil route. should blow up Johannesburg aDd destroy -coughing spells. We had used!

from feeling the fur. Such pictures ,| The Department of Comiarrrr. :; the gold mines the loss would 'Clmnberlain's Cough; Remedy very 1i ,

command good prices at the bands ,I Some mouths ago; l'nttlJr1'1".10: of i j reach J: ..o. ()I.OOO. successfully for crour and naturally i ,

of proclivities who 'turned to it at that time and found
ct gentlemen sporting :I Minnesota Mpoitcd fatorably a lull esI England hag a garden city association -
their dining it relieved the and effected The t
desire to decorate rooms. cough/ a
tabli of
I hing a department commerce whose aim Is to build cities! in such '
It may be that they help to prove our complete cure.-JOHN E. CLIFFORD,
Darwinian descent from cells of Ar- : and industries. Usually wl.t-n this wu- a way that they shall combine the advantages Proprietor Norwood Hous, Nor ,, \ .

.. chen time by way of the nneeftral birds '. ntor reports a bill! he pi esses it for of country life with those of wood. N. Y. This remedy is for sale

with teeth an j horses with five toes. but consideration. But so far he has not town life. by Hannah Bros., 21 tt. Pilafox

tiff Irrfiistibly recall the new rich poll- doni' 1'0. owing to so many other important Only a sbwt time ago there was not street. l THE f P1OEER l r f [ I ,

klan who built himself a fine house I matters' l'I'in1'1'flJl'I';; tin1 sen :
so much a one tall <:chirAey In tbe ,
SUMMER VOCAL SCHOOL.
with t library in it containing several 'ate.. He told me thut at the very first
thousand wooden book backs safely loci-; opportunity he should endeavor to Ret whole of the mikado's \igtIotn./ nor Miss MarthineM. DIetrichson, the )

*d up behind glass doors to which the it rp and he lielicttsl. from the factI did too nation possess either railway or well-known tnullcian-proft'-sor of
keys were always absent. It does not steamers. Today there are cotton mill .
I that there was little or m> oppositionj music in De Pawn University-will fm-"rl I t" .
require high art merely to deceive.-New with almost 1.000.000 spindle! and an open a summer school for vocal music I '
j the measure in the commitu-e i
York Treat. army of skilled operatives .3,000 in Pensacola June SOtli. Persons J4)
which l'I'II"lth-rt.J it. thatit $
corumirce strong. desiring to enter pupils may addressMr. ( i IIII
THEMCMTS'll'imo. N MH'GH would co through without much .1I!'- s' -
J. W. Lurton or Dr. C.lo'. Marsh. '
ciii...ion. Senator :Nelson; will watch' Unable to Work. I'm-td. l 4V
fff ultiPR from an attack of la: gripp >i\t: I
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or heavy CJld, miint yield tn tbe W"'I i| cvciy uppDitunity to t-ecuie time for Chas. Replogle of Atwater. 0.. : :
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derful dealing properties <>f FOLKY'S !Ithls bill. If it P.IS-PS it will i ihiet'ti1i' was unable to work on account of CASTOn.XA.: ? t: ; 13II

HOMEY AND: TAR, which ftrenkthtn j I tieasiiry dop.ntmcnt from a great kidney trouble. After U?ill, FOLKV=s Bear. the Kitd Yti Haffl HUars Bc'JV.W3 : :! $ :;e:3.- ; I.it. : IIit

the liii'Ktiid makes them II i dial of work and will! jrroup a iiiiini KIDNEY CI/KK four days he was a turt 4 -7 itti

ound. W A. U'It'lI1ht'te.oASTOn.A.. i I h'I' V of bun'.lu>I tit-i I itg tvitli tumincri-ial I cured.V.. A. D'Alt-tnb.rte. '.(2.. k<< ;::n ; -. tiI
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alT.iIrs! in iri.di ;-:-aitu"nt xvl.ich will u ;_. IIf

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he: to the a'\ita.i <-f tin- >titry. '

1i- = Hate AIas BO3ghf I I Fiftr Venrii .Ico. SE1INOLE PAINT. \\'i115I1 ll i to the highest bidder the 1 __' A 1

;;; I Ienretiitat! i"I' (;irutv If I'ct'.nsylvania. wreck and machinery' of the steam: % : I

$ :1f (U' ,,1:0Oil!' speaker\ of tin- first U<>- i 1'.II..nt iM3infattmEnyFcrika Ap.iljchee, as it now lies sunk in L :::'i- : 1
Cnipoli river, about three inilf---! : .1t
publican i I h,",-" cf rcpiesdiMtitcs.! 1 1I be-
Dovo brand liains and r Paint fsrlis a VVewahitchka, Fla con-;:;tin -
I in:: tl.-itcd JfltJ.! l' -;1. will 'u..n Ii'ai-h ---
!; of tii" following: : Two "iignu"; ', I
breakfast bacon, .UulcU & < 'he I f.fticth aunivcr-ay i-t I.i" lir-t clccii \ -. SOLD BY ALL DEALERS I IU inches in diameter fh'l .ftJ"t ALL \ :

Swift's bnttoriue. Williams i":1 to 11,'iI' It''n ......
1 -ii---1-';. :: rUt -trokone doctor pump ; on" fin-

; and 4'harlHn"1ort.n':;; ; a 1''UI'J\'anialn.t.-i..: ;:i 1'I I Ir. anJ 1 ly pump ; two steel boilers. S f.t by 4'' r2LZFZI01S: : : 114. k'p l

jellies and preserves at H. ;1 1'a..': at t.it; til.a a i'loFnil' J. E. Dutuissoa! & Bro inch"dMineter.. and! one electnelight : '-m4 C\LLED

Muller'a 4.OSuth/ $'ala- i '. "t ;;i 11111 ,-'t--i.i :1. ,I I':: '. i.1 \\ il. u i'Lint. Addrp-! .

: t. :' ''t'l-ir f-t' tlie "\\ilii.iit 1'roti.so.; Cor. Infaili'rc'n nr.rt TurrB.oiiim r-t" \\'. R. :\III.Ha'I.m :. W :
foxstrretThe 1's.tuLA.: r'LA. _':! (' ,lniiibtt-. (5a.
\.t- 'if u." fiiM not tell!! now tt'ii'

This paint !ti. l"'en In u.. fnmJ us 131', -- I
i "I: iii' i-ii' lii>uincrtt n.is. Oft! uiant
nicest and
itiorf ,t'yl- tlctmii I f -rs"\i"rnl t iir.. wrl ,hut I.II"I! E T .
do 'lilt rt'MP ll'l M Tin'i'e '-,-.-'' -i "WHtlliil: ti"tll&lOflIlu-I .. IIIT..t..I c..rtl.in 'n I"

4 is/t line oj'I'1lJ...; and /nal-. I'n-.S. or what it s t'td for. It i=3: im-nu. ihocf whohnvv once Usx-il il i-!- t\MOT\ : \ -
plil'.''- I !.. ir <>nl, rfaFp..clllih -.
tings < veri.\-;, lM/, fnsavolu f' II i !lulu::: --:':1:1 of tii1iUft! ? for Mr. Jt.iw, si'lapt1 to Tr-iN J! :n'; McEE5ZIE ;

nt .U'trxtw 1 liar! !:. ; '.'.I for a great nsn! ;:.. y.-a"- Inu.i Kit. : ;
l-L .
tFinc. !
,; i.jt ia any puHic I' '<:Iit'u. I It'L.t4 : \iiN'r I !
: 1UONUI'ifTybi'y
i ., I 'S fU'l1llll'hO.I;/>. liviil thr.itijrh a cial !lii-tu.i. ii..i': ::.: Call !"!>. Mil C i.\piT'r I' I a '
I nil! 'Qr II Io'tlh' tldl>f'r..lil' ron''n''.
big q'.1 Iu ti.' ::1' ilh"t of il.c t'lr.tit I' t.I' c.>IUi> lJuuks% nedti tnnii- tIll! *f-
DRUALtCg : s areco.stiKih.MoN i St.ti'-. !in v.li'ch! In- hi.' t'',..n a I' ""!.r I!'. 'Ho; g'dajs; drivf.w ttirfd Ship Chaadleny !
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ilp't'rerithrmrtv! of Itti.i''- of K'or z.pni ;:
$ tho finest 5 cent .,.........."_' "w.,, ..- (."", I II.., ', ., l.rt. tr. tr. w h:! > I -i !!i.I.,: lila \\lli In I'l II IMC' .nvcniK'ti. rt .':I..k..':i.. If-pliu:. Mount.iin Mint TI-IIU'

i li:1 d n-'th: r.'Hi 11-1'U'' : I[ \ 'I..t'I' jl.ol"l.n.. .......
Try them atberte's. D'.. .1...;. ...... !I "'i-i: tiiu..o; ", 'ars "frcr !'rt ent.'rin:: l.l-u-rb"ia':.53p,3Tii i- d ."''!''I'';'.. t" r"p''''''"! ti.. 'st'U ; ". tl.,. bi off. It (-i-r. thr.orst' -w---. -- -. :

I J jist'ilic life. I Is Mill i i-l;;"T< -,1t-J in ti! '. 'i.- pnimnsl
  • !'9 of i1ctkrtiin. It cuies pf'r.m.I -
    1..II"ld.' ivbRis:: I.' '.h.' .. ,lul i. 1.:1.. ) trouble I' P.SVEUK COPPER ("O'lP\
    'lItb' all sf'iinaph
    i: wi'/aio! I t.nh.t._....... ... t. .b.on fir. .1i... _f1.-.. li v n\LVAXiZFH
    ho is n ,'i '.r'.ui' i-iti. I hut he dews noi .frnrr ittu..1 U--' ,,'" of tinlur. : ,'- r. ;-Ttr.ttrv !nlku'h'- tfk wU: ; the w lIk WIRE !
    ).4 I H .....- ,.t S'ulc. .' ii.rm, >-(>"114 'nl.i -tn I./ ; :t ttJ i! sv' -, one who j is all '
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    _\1_l 0\" L\: i 10\ :I 111'W |Kii":-h.s tbe Ftiec-nh nect'ssary' to 'I'Pt..ill r. Tn'HMntr M'UTii.n !lii. 1,1 .>l run i4''w :. .1 Iff'a.1' on lifo arId Itiu.ituiv i fi5: K. Sarirp. P:3I.! Oils, ;: : :
    If a trader In tbi lu.iirc.I'liufc I'lIhl1'ul'' "iir.riiiniiii--Ki.i-i il A j.riiltur \-
    >Vr the 1'irof ('''I1 ...i.al Ht-iiiti; i I Ii **. *. }'ss't. 11.1 ( .'" '1i1.Flnl'r icir t'\i' i'ppttite. )Mount hit ul ill' (' }:)
    I 1i"IU\lh Visor.TMs 11'1111 ct fi'Ui'jri"irii." tour I rrsiclcpiml K'.cl- T<"10 I.as been triH by htiiidr"'lpeople -. < i;
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    \.. ; ,,1I''r n, iVniorrjfi'' I tjr\enlion 'of t'1 1. i r-miui'.s: uic C.ui; il tui i is a df-; iT1aii't fi.iir .l l'iriiiiii"-<> Inv -t"'d torM in Pensiicnlaviryone oi r C M-KHIIZI* O. rti I-_' 1'Ut'C I : : :
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    tLis ri'-jHvt .\ tuiiu in ttii- ol'nttl' ot I ct'.ru 13 I l.e-t tnn.c tliny ever u?HI. e-
    ; 'l'b..J--Iilh'l/l it of liif llr.l .
    > I'cii.sjrfv.Uiimlll The itiRrlflil ff/ui.l. >> III 111" l.ile will .
    iifli.l Ibrlnl"f h'l'.rult. Ions: ;;.routinuous service. even it h- .. tiiurtti an weVi! iui for it. Oned"1;
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    bold r..ir. '-IHI.I| ,-..'. r.il > Jar buttle. ix lint tiefor fixtdollir rr.: HHBECAOHn! rF: !
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    l-4 I" 101' CIU..' 'Ii; II 'JI.. r.". "I Ih" "nI''(' L"'i<-I hi cli-i'Moii of |v'. dncl 0' f ,,,iulaiiion sal. IL I'' \-ox: .J! B....-. vS3: EVELENE M. HEINE,
    uj-, IIU.I.. I',. \.lnl t'r ,.1 UKi.i-'I il....li.KCtllu .-.. coi.iui.iU'l ir.IiiltT.ie i ii tl.e n-iur.e. viItj'.r llif Irgcli"n i'i ttih llitrm t. MISS IDA P1AGGIO! A I | <
    .lt'S IrHnmti'l nu-Q I'llirr I'll-lm sj ,,s ri t\. l'ike. far iHIUUI'I' tlie < n-e of :" -111101' \\ l.-ii il BiuuunH to filly ir iiiorifl" : j
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    .4 4 lUHrt'lTer--,nt:"< .u it.criUirici, ..ll Merrill \Viiui.ut.. 1 !..Lvt- watt n.Itbtt rf>.'t.intlon 'I> t3- tt A "''U- 'fI Pu' inrr hM I.>1St l -\ .1. .11. .tl-n'i .itnr. II.IIIJIIMIIII '.1 | ;
    I send ,li'lrn.>:,", II' ''h.. ,'''11\\1111'''' un U.. iinfT l.il's' I ui t"( '" in anI' Ul.ly \..rciaieofi.cHrn ;
    Itillftuni! ""-!. I r. iirrM-.iiutinii : lOll"O'- I In- counties unOfrtln-! !
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    1 tt.rwch tim \I le< m-i d-r no a .sj-ceiai; w ar rcveiiU'-l.uv pi.-s-J Ihli !'- !
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    vtlll I.- i-niltliu fulHrndluio
    iu rtsvntMiun xi FP1VORITi f
    t a dlllt' lv>ri'onj'ri- in MI il .::i.. rut s t l he ..Vrliou i ia;.: the time: he ,,,.1" eIar'atit! tie; 10"" : rvf nit ( ( : (
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    :i AddllUUllilnIKfxr 111* 'h'....>.. 1.1 rxcrrtUerrol ; Unr.nce commitl.wh'eli i-oiisii'.i-ied! I\'I'l"hll11 11 Leon ... I'S 3
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    ; a h"lit lI"'hUn'* ii> tt'i> <>r iii..rcTb ;ail tli-st' Iillau. .! velT1I.1r: Morriili 'ait.-r 2 I
    rniuuiilt>-" hhH.iU ul uti,1rtpreM.IItttn ;..iiliiii'i 1.lln.rry
    ,. i tr.ok I'.ftlc 1.J.t in Ilol'!!! l-r..use he did !t."I''l\ru. i/\I'I:1al..1':
    !>-" tin- \ -,1' "r CUI' Pensacola)
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    C..lh..uu .. .... .. >1 lullnilMarion 7 Place '
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    gi<> miin wOHtnrit-dVil in the f' "'l till illIttM. tat l.i\e t'io st-ea;:th. His intliier.ee. i liruClnv .... 1 .. :. .J

    tbl.. rul.IU .allY 11 I'l.U.UX.cuiilliii I 111 CHUIltl" Ul.1-. 'luvu'Vir. lijiou (':I' Ii uf tho CUlira...:!.-:- .. ... .. 4 '101)"... ; to
    "> be lo ri.tsriiiniK>iHI Buyers Buy c
    ( uluuilutIIHIIO ... .. 1\ ';tt.uu I :
    lollou : I v.teh iu sluuru: : ; them to his; i.ksto; I
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    I OlhounKruukli ? |. Citrus. ._. .. .... ..... .: 1 riti):llz.,1. Iu the 1'oiiMvhin tlieoM '..->..io .. .. 'I tCii.I* '.. :1; I I
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    i .. (adsden... .. ... !oUtln.nl VIrI3ol3uV'lhitii i >. K.-llej. was ':'':II.hlli II PiIk.. .... Choice FamilyGROCERIES i
    ,) :! .lIh .wrvugb . .!'sHOlb3r I i'o 1'iirrer lilly"3itIlV a I le to pi -fi.ni F. tkiIi ... : -t Julms 7
    4 ir ...... I
    d oaJ-Jitillrniiido 7 Puinmn '
    JrtlorioilLrrj I" '5ye1L.. i tln services <.f cliairi'.in nf tl: \\:i\s r .mHI"I'! 4 r *iua Iu.i: ;, !

    I Le ... I IA..n .... I:: and means (''ilfl1flh1t,' !.,' was siipti'i--! : Stitr I
    .. 3 LJJerlyWnlton: :! Iillbh..ro .:11 -1I\\IiDUI'I ,
    J .... .. lilt ute.l 1-y the vipToiii Mt Kinley.!
    1 Manstee : .i n.1'a.'OCO. Hot m s I in lor ..
    1 ..-.. .. 4 I'Mk... >> Look about the huii:e now. and! it is Jiifksiill II V'lllli.ll; .. by all) Phi.-iriaii. i :
    i ISlnla Iv)." ; "..r"r ...... .. :: i found that m n of iutinenciare tliosfi Jt-iTi-r,oii II Wnkuila 7.i.uiisette only ILeer ab-"olutf-i iree fn> !
    Wakulla 1 .. Ii .. .... S vtalionLite -IS AT-
    .1110&IOU :I i whose igorouI1uIltuI and 1 h\ shah T' WablDKlon .1 terati'un.Geo..

    Tb.H'U'hllu 111..1"1"1 thirO.I.g&t'"i In 1 capabilities are unimpaired raun.iu.i bf" .. S i The Well-Known Pfeiffer
    any ru nu-T xbvh, uity I... "-< 'II1"rl'l1 h.t Ilepbuni. (Srosvenor. Pajne. I '.i tat-Il The coming .. ill spinet tbir delppate ,
    by Lbs pr.inli11"; !! ilio-uuh he party r.jlnlJ"Ii'D' i any manner tjrto inky con.ld..rl'd br'-t
    a. nvivjnurd '.y IIi. la.i c..nKrrtMunalronivniun and Hichard.-on of the older men and! bv tIuept'opeaetIn.j thr-nsli: th! prlyor- Up-to-Date Store PE\: ACOI.\ .
    Alt d"'I'IIII artInvilinJ uftnt.IiIiOlIa1rt-t'igLlIZt'u1bV I lie last ttaircoiivrntmn. -
    and l'nlh'rWllI..1 of the
    MootbIturtomi
    lo 1'iirtli-lpnlr in Ihe n-n-ft.m (l| All d-aiocrats art invIted to Try It. On TaD at f II
    rrlrgKl ttfrt-lo.. IrrluiiiPs ihn-e \rlm yovncer men are those; who take the pHrilripnlM In ti. n-lecfon of dl'l"jLl\.-. -OF8E1ITZ -
    b.Tc tru.. qunlinitl to iol.> bhice ibc leadership. Hut if throtich I'l' Iwaltli hereto including tho'ot who h.vt become
    la.1 "' ..,Uon. qiia.itied in tote -tnce ili' Inst eleciion.Tlieclmirinan .__-___- _-_-_____
    1 b" vatirnian: sml >i rrtarv of f*rh counlyoosvrnLit.n or the natural con iuejices II f IPCIVIS-: nud Kecretnrynfearb rnun- 3 Trs'h'-SIirk. i t HKSTOOTHACHE
    .. b..I'llur Ih"POO'" I"f ..eIect.Ing : Inz year* :l 0It the first named group !y I'onrrnlloa Iicld for the purpose of elettinz & GO. :
    d..lt'jlal. lot hiti r 1 rotre..3o: AI! con- I I deleiaies lo lh* state convention nre -
    .Dtlra .t.. ,.-qn'.1d t.. _nd to W. i:. : should find themselves unable to do rt-qu..11'd losi-nd to Ion W. .\. RawU.iliuirniHii.TallaliH'Dee. / I !

    )(.iid.r>oM.. rhmrin.sn. Tempo. Horld-i, 1\ battle In the arena of the h .
    -rill -n r prlum"pT of HIM prx-ft-tiii;. printed c..py of ihe procee-lir.is of ouch ; .
    of rocb rnuuijr c4'u.rlItIonP.t..g..Iber WIID and influent' in the hou-e would! r'unty cuiiTentioo together "ilb II list of I ;r' :; In a n.iioti. nU -120-122-:>
    alba of th* u->"'o1.'t Ib teu'ttyctmuiIIC.r.rn 1'1..01\\1. ih" CHiii- cf the I Y N
    "'RIIl'. Power iu the K>w'I'r house I IfFu county rxeculnccnm mil- Th.- TI-Li. .-
    nbk-b h'>ud IM d I DIIl.d tee, in which nhi'Uld be dvlgnatrd tbechairman 0
    'hf'rluurllta". a.o] tviemry pf tuc-ti cumjaaiiM" "tained by mental and physical en- at.d secretary of furli committee. E. Government Street,I 27-5 Bn. >!*tr.
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    trs".s. 1 ..tI1T11tRV.. Dc s.I .A.P.AWLS. .
    parity. S.EI! r.- :
    1i'.t I.! WAII, l'baleman.S. :
    I J. C. ( (.PF.R. Cba.ruian. TELEPHONE 261. Only Ten CentPr tI
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    DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIRDA, TUESDAY, MAY 8 1900 3
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    -,.,_ .r "'-'" GOLD- DUST.GLD. .......,.. TWO IMPORTANT MATTERS.I' FIIEK BWODCVRE. j HEINBERG[ BROS. SCO.,1 I
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    "... Retirement ansI J-.lt-rtlou: of HUhops.AiniiMinrut An Offering Proving Faith to Snfftrer WIiG11oP ( \t1fJ

    QUI'-tlOU.Crne *, I r & CO *t

    AUf). MRV- 7.-The j-ectnd week of Is your Blood Pure? Are yon sure WH t At GR M "

    the Methodut mlerc-K e ha- br/uu. of it? Do cuts or scratches healslowly

    The lu-mV-r.i .,f thn different commitfeei ? Doss your kin itch or burn? Importeri and Dealers la- '. : ; .'\.' '
    Have you Pimp:"-? Eruption-? .' ;.
    > ar- lunl at work The e r.juittee Achin Bon fi or Hack? Eczema? Palafox Street, Chinese and Japanese : !l'f
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    m ,ut,' >tt th- fh.irch ha u fcniiiduble! Old l S ore<;* IJoiN? Scrofula: ? Rheumatism : :. .

    rn.-- ',I reiutI. .,!;. Lad :ul'lUlJrl.l1; ti'td.r ; ? Foul Uredth? Catarrh? Pensacola Florida. *=Fancy Goods =* .. '
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    Are pale? If purify '
    (. you *o your .1
    I Blood at once with U B. K ( Botanic ----- -- --- -- FINE CHINA TEAS. i :: :

    Twu important tUJtcrs-tl'c r.tif"-" > Blood Balm). It makes the Blood ,. "-
    CHINESE UUHDSY.? '
    .nit o! bl-h"i'" aicl th j t-l-mou; ofit Pure and Rich heals every sore : \n. 31 South! 1'ulafix turret, .. r;

    DUSIIThe lit'r,. and tUn um>iM>:uiit Ipl"[ :I'JIl-it and giV*-R a cl-ar smooth healthy .. I

    :is -:,liftol.lmw n<11. its.fljLIMt rhapv- >.-.*tE.Gvtrtiiir "kin. Deep-seated cases like ulcers Laundry Office PF.:>i'H.COL.Fu :: '.

    I P.itnon of K-nu-jivd I II (cancer Bating ,=ore", Painful Swelling .-..
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    II II I I m.I. Ch.j..l..U .f the! cum:1itt" ui ta I Blond PoUon are quickly HOP LEE { : .

    I I 1 -t.tte ot tie 'l.urh. betore whi.-h tue cured by B. B. B., made especially .GOLAY :-

    Best iiinrut pruliK-m will c(iutlor clio for all obstinate Blood and Skin: Xiz st-Clns8 : I

    .n"\o'll. aetl.siitbjt while! Lis; commit Trouble. B. B. B j is di1mnt from Grist and Corn Meal Mills : ::

    ted hat\ :ae: u-tul Hood of JI"mmi\l other remedies "o-'cati-'e B. B. BI i i iI Ohinese Laundry ,

    waitla:! t..r ir. n.itiiin had! I b-ou d 'U'!. 1 I drain, the Poison and Humors:: out S. CCNZfltEZ} & CO.
    Powder. I. of the Blood and entire po'thp F. Prop, ; ,
    VVashing The ;: .tll'U! ..piLlon: :1- IX '::'-&ti I- system
    symptoms cannot return. Give 17 West Gi'iernnu-ut Street. I DUr..CIUfpU, .
    :hat: it vr.ll\ bou. we"k b.fortouaer: ili-: t

    :!.att'-r ol tins ti"\.p.\ or the iinivtt- 1 it a tri tl. It cure when all else fail. I '. ,
    i I CMOICKMnVLAM) 1't.'IH:GU01.'ND
    Oppos.tu ET pres 1thce. PI"ACOtA.: }'L.\
    Woman's Best Friend. Dirt's Worst Enemy. .1l'.' rile 1'1> ,'u h..r.tr ;! II ui. .1. U .p 1 Thoroughly: tested for 30 '(arl. Sold STOCK I'KKll. i il'art'ntJ8

    : ;J;aVn al.l duitg 11:1: t.Le H' ..:I !c At drug stores at 51 per lame bnttl" ;- I .
    iirig.AOUJALDO. 6 larpe bottles (full treatment) $;3. !I COn-H... Cuis ant Hbirti IroueJ vtitbImprove Home Industry, for there U

    ._ i So sufferers may test it, a trial bottle Latll J Machnery.tlee ; every. rw'i-on yon 'hould buy your Mt-al >D<1f
    -- -- -- ioch ffrdlroni the Home Manufacturer
    I I I I i !IN COMMAND. given away abiolutelr free. for by 8j doing you encourage borne IDfloi-
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    Mote I (-dintliaik I sliaSI! have a right; and.you Write for it. Address BLOOD ( : 31 sr-uih Paafox St. I try. Your money is left in the community .. #

    Pleadii! For iHt-d uot l Mirpricd.." i I UChel4 lliv 1I'.I..I'IIIt1I'.llu. : {""n.alp, BALM ('0 Atlanta. (; i. Write to- --I, and you. in luru tire Indirectly brneOMa. .
    :Tht-u he di-d aLI l'J prma forgot; to Le1I11"'ral..t' II In fo !"nnK tbc nonm manufacturer 709 .
    1 dDe.criltj, trouble and free medic .
    able 1inritu titf JIIIUllhlhh. : .nlrlhuletoth"IIII!
    An-1 now. U'aitor! l,,-liev 's trmly la the I :\h MLA, May ;.-1't'1\'gI'1ItI1s received : I advice given. LODGE DIRECTORY ; it wilteD ioTh contribute->*";(iniiiiuaUT to in your which support.you live and ,
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    wt'U lor Hartlr. wiI.i'u of hnruftius; t-is oncsc-lf. Ex- from Genceuloug! report that J\ui.! "
    r it f..r urf I HKltL'S YOfU C1IA>CB. I
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    I Lilli':" i u Ulo has rejirint-d( the rebel Gl'llt'f.11 I II
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    !i-t. I. Walter I i! PSOFESSIONAL OARDS.Dr.fflareeIIuJTereary.
    \\i.! ur h.-m1 <.f initiation ol tnhal hful :Mrnt. i Tmo in the north and that they Lavn : Iron, \'f""f'n'ire and Orn&iuenta KNIGHTS OFPYTHI AS.i 1

    is a woman lu marry I In I'rarnf meat unt.t: for food andIxxliiK I: rca embled on-.KU-rable force in the Fencing I'or11 Purposes.I lUj3ttlla 1.:1'-, No. 3. K. of I' I
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    :-. v tlw 11.1)11 fIt tin.1 I! (,t aniirai: that 1I1ltlI..1: of dis- : / | /
    11\- aie e\.luMuIy used fur the manufacture I mountainGenerul Young desires to am ap;:nt for the largest:: manufacturers m"litl e.ry Monday even- ,

    ;I 114.* !..<' will: enough..1 (,f biiM-rjii03i'hites| The tnke them Itt'fnre the raiut and! asks in the world of everything I la tug Hi.tc-hmsnn at4 at Ca-tli hull. \hail V..tIntenjenela ,

    '. .>r whins. 11"l1't Sanitarium. The mi-at i is pl.xvij in a vat for if-Hil'orcviueiits.. ;1'In the way of plain and ornamental ( stre-t.bretbrua II Physician End Surcu.Residence. .

    ..1,1"I.!... hut iu love,I] ci'iitiuuiii; sulphuric: acid nhich t-r(>:\-' The tenor ot the di-patches indicates I., iron and wire fencingsettfe! *. vases .- .St1fl5. cordially '
    that (-HT.il Young uunfiduut that f.f. oomed. Hotel Etcambla
    is ai'honelt
    ratv the ri'Miltiui; nitrost-nous i>rodurtfruin ,
    lmns
    r l.fo tu ri> .r |i s H. JCDZVIMT ,,.
    is with Tiuo and it etc. There is nothing in this line
    Apiiunldo is I
    dead nnimaU pre-
    11. ;
    tl. > f-it. are 'c.lJ'
    ".! I .I..u't nunt you : 11. HORSIEK C. C Office Alemrifrtw Kual -. I her that b.' ujlit: thri.wn nb.!o into the covcn-d lead lirutl bunted t'jey arts planning to renew the that I cannot supply and at manu K. K.A H. I Pululox Mrect. 1'Iiune fit. '

    ai utti-n.l to that i>urtI' \aU full (It auurLc! nci-1. If they have :fitfhthnf! daring the rains. facturers' prices erected in durable ._..._. :
    Jn-'l I of nnthruor" glanders, they are cut Company F of the Forty-t-evHith regiment ; -
    I: !I. t'h
    t and workmanlike and
    c rrj your manner at w. o. w. ..
    .1:."" au-l I.t.-'...'. in your %It|' I bofurv teicg thrown in. In 43 hours |. met and! routed a band of the enemy DR. WM. 0. DEWBERRY.
    between Le/a-.pi and Rb : such low price that you will be as-
    the fat alone remains, and the animalized 1 ; go prov-
    .. I mil lot ) -man-
    i.r
    i < r Live Oak Camp :No. 1 Woodman of die
    ". I n't ji.uV Thi-u 111 kiilihunc! acid which I Is how 80 rich in met"; of AlbdT, April 13. Two Amuri- toni-shed. I supply anything froma WiirliL OrrIOB-Ia.n.u.h: Br!)!.' Drug Store.
    nitrogenous! substaniv, is drawn off and 1 cans were killed and five were wounded, plain wire farm fence to the .
    -.1 Meets fir t and third Friday! nIght In
    iiiitBMU'! Ui-r I.r."ut'' tout throueb! an underground conduit to, iiirluainsr two officers. The Filipinos" mot expensive ornamental cemeteryfeiitv | each month. Visiting soreri'i us cordially RiEIPENOE-4OO E. Jackson! 3trea
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    .. Oie lInK half a iluzcu the suin'i'iihosphate faiti,!,. Intead of lost heavily ; creating for towers, tree InvittHl. W. W. WATI\, i
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    't '. rwiwmlrf) .. un .-.b.I .. the itisauitary tllt'tl..1! of burying sueh I The conditions around Legaspi J and guard-t ornamental settee baeinent b.i'.TUAMiCirk C.C.Indigestion .

    I i.inn autl iU-ii-nmrnM t > putrid latkkTiinivsi directly in the ground I Sorsopeu are reported to be continually windows:: window guards, Dr. Wilmer S. Hall, .

    ir'" flu- thought uoth- thpy- are effiM-tuully! !- disi.IHJ.e complete .I.-t:ul'tiun <.f the injurious wire poultry jtird fencing. Space I
    tr ir six tuobtDM full torn ; Science hn' found that rhcuma- DENTAL SURGEON
    ati-1 the! product! ii available till'I will not permit me to enumerate all ,
    tr IV gortiis
    Uf hi-My Jxitieut I tim ii i cau-ed by uric acid in the ,1
    round ill right." the manufacture: valuable fertiliser.! the t\-les I sell. but you can see I .
    rm i blond. This poison should be excreted Hasocic Templa. Pisra 3S4. : ,
    illustrated and
    ----- ------- catalogues estimates -
    : y m try a little iniyiu;: or Pure I.t'luidlr.. by the kidneys. No rheuma- get
    ITe
    ->'' i nl\t". III! hurry al-'iK the The color of pure Liquid air Is a beautiful tim with healthy kidneys. FOI-KY'S by applying at Wui. Johnonion' challenge the world I ..__u________ __ __ __
    & hardware
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    department:
    \ 1"1'" "'IhI a little ileuJ- KIDNEY CrutKalirriy* make them
    t_ -u'lu )u 1.,,-<1. (pale blue IVfore, an eastern cul- well. W. A.D'AlembertePinc.toa'a I Jaltn A. J. \VATKINS.A to produce a remedy equalto JOHN McDAVID, E :
    exhibited! two bamplcs -
    \li-ge ri-oenUy wa
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    ol! what I can Li* a;:r'H1.!
    'It"it you un.lcn>tnnJ that I IV of 11-juid! air In gttubes.!: One : Crack Roanc:,. i NOTED MACHINE. the Matchless Mineral REAL ESTATE AND BROKERAGE. .

    .\h. anythiull." was mash from air which had beentabbed Princeton will sond a team of track i I ,-

    i .,-u..M-J ji.youilr.I He h\.1 l liiilviiii to p'jrlfy: It from dust. soot athletes to the Olympian, games of the I The Seu-inu Machine sold at 0. M'I Water for the cure of In- CITY PROPERTY, FARMINGAND

    ,. in Hardy: (irabam'-i carbonic acid and other impurities.This Pari8 exposition this summer, and J. I'fyor's liiy Furniture house digestion Dyspepsia and TIMBER LANDS I .

    .- the ctusiro Cyj.rllla! haJ iu hi>; when condensed was a pale blue F. Cn-pan Is captain of the train and noted throughout the irorld( for its er-I I II FOR HAL}' ,

    li'juliL The other sample! was made by i Princeton's brightest: star In track athletics. (-,Urn! work and liy fit rUll/liT/I, which I all forms of Stomach, Bowel Loans Flteed at Seasonable
    Hates.il
    In th. ) t.
    parleuvee
    I' nut :
    ; of the air of the lee- : i I :
    iiiiham snnuunrpil.mi condensing sonw j, He aas been the Intercollegiatemile eitry h'maekttfier v'allt"Oll do I .
    Mr :i was
    -S ture room In which the audience was tour and holds Troubles and Skin Dis East Government Street.
    to miu* nut 11..,.,." kh- .11. champion years not trant a Htathiiic thai it takes a I :

    'lie mtU an-l in a few minuteicrivt .* assembled and was an opaque, blackUk the Intercollegiate; cross country run xt> ain rnyint to run. Then COHM to :: Guaranteed to t

    Mr.'Jraham "n. IoIln.l. fluid! resembling! soup In appear record.Crrsan. I!\ eases. cure ,
    M and iciltafll you one that you will i i WEEKLYP4CIIEDULE
    IoH..U j.atti and tbiuLiui! that ance. has also the high; distinction! refunded.
    Cost
    .1 1 rather well iu a farmer' It would) appear as If ron.h'u'fll'atu- of being the only runner who has ever alu-aynofphased trithat n very low I or money KvB STEAM DIVHIONP.NS'(1JLA

    it '"'l'url'1"to him thnt tbi* ples of air might) afford an easy means won the .\. A. U. m'.le! and half mile .price from ,<_'O to f u HV also carry only o cents a day to use it. : 1LEcTltICTFRMlN,4L i t
    .
    ",. rut.s.que| struw 1-riin wa- different kind of i
    con
    for comparing runs both on the same afternoon. lIe 1)/1" uf targolt lip.to.dateftJI'kif of RAILWAY COMPANY.Trains .

    .u'iial. in 'I.it.% (It its n> y' tamination. It may be possibly! someday Las never run hid best In either! race. : Furniture in the cit,everything ;: One dollar bottle last twenty leave Pensacola for the LIttle
    III. I.rlbt tray rytwrr ( Hnyoa, Palmetto Beach Navy
    to supply the hospitals of tropical! as be nJwajs saves himself for another to the '1 Warrlngtou
    I'l-.halJy ..ht wm IKB'.IIValt ; fromtfiechrtijtrtt Jinritt.i Yard and Fort Barrancas
    ., .. \ ,-r elreaily.! in "hitia countries where the natural air supply race on the same day but in the Paris i! }" credit is gl.Jorlu.ith un, and ,i days. *:8ii) a. m.arrive at Fort Barrancai 1:15: t.m _
    ". Ml that his lul Is bad and the necessity for a better he will In for \but one race a 10.00 a.m..rrIV8 at Fort Barranoat: LID .
    T.I rs game go vf want yourtride. I For sale by all druggists 1:'\> p.m.arrive Fort Karrancai l:4&pai
    S' ;nl-l.T !libtt.o..1.;:: II" dul one very pressing with beautiful day awl make that one the race of ; S.;33 p. in. arrive at tort Kai'ram-as t::1:1: Pili.

    .v fn U-fin ii.nvi'riution < blue country air guaranteed absolutely his life. Princeton men eipoot to see ; HV know nfithiity tJut lair dealing. \ I d1dp. arrlveat Fort Barranca ":)1111 III ,
    also W.T.Gretn Co. 37
    1 I j- HMO) p.m.arrive at Kort Barranca 8:4}p.n
    nil t.. hiiii that p,T- pure. This can never be accomplished some prizes brought back to this coun- Mail order hacr prompt attention. Trains leave Fort harrancaa for P,u a-

    .i ;--rillu had) a right to however until some uu-aus try In Crfgan's trunk. O. J[. /V.yor'n Rig Wholesale and s. Palafox Street. cola 7:5)s.m.arrtveit: at Pensacola._ flla.m .t

    'S iit wn* lMiiei tiueiire have been provided for transportingliqulil i: Iw' J'urlliturlOWIl'. 1l;-)oJ p. m. arrive at ft-niiacola_...._ll:46p.n
    '. 1". .1 -r So Li* tHiki-J alHint considerable distances : OR ADDRESS 2.X! p. m. arrive at Peiuacola...._. tf p.ID
    .. -' -. 1-ri.iR: lu,1 the fn.h I air to Shun svW. Item 40 to 44 South Palafnx. 6..Ou p m arrive at Peusacola-... ():s4 p III
    : i :.utti-jil. I'.j ami by without enormous lo.-s-s. caused by its Arthur Irwin will! manage! the Syracuse -- I 7:0u p. m. arrive at Peniaoola"'...... T:4Sp.eaiaeola : m
    retuin to Its former state. USE POULTRY. 1l:4i p. m. arrive Peoaaoola._ 9:110 p.ID
    \WILKINSON\
    lv.V.
    '. > .i'of I y h. r tniwi-1 ainl :Stars' baseball' team this season. .Ma'ardavionlr.

    S. ,'II'I'hl II!! II" "I .'I' The University of Chicago will s"nd In effect Dve. let, l'h5UDtT \\IQ.
    Yard.I .
    At C. Curnrr'a
    i < .,- \'\1': hit ami fchou! (.1 I Thr nfth In FiKjland'n Nnvy. Poultry ICHIDUDI.Leave l" .
    the r :hh'h'i to Purls this summer totomp.te ;
    .;' "f I>ruwn abut her F1'iging:; : 1-s almost unknown in the The : am now reedy to .Pit eggs: for !setting Greenville Ala. Pensacola. LT Fort Barr ac.l. ,'
    \
    Iu tin- Olympic games.
    British nowadays but It has not from the following; breeds of 5a.m. luLln. It
    .. ... navy Chica.'o Miund will Mill on June 20. Testimonial From Judxr. Gaston.UaEINvILLr 11 a. m. I! m.
    > ,::111111111"1.! "I BU been abolished by law. Th lash Is chicken- : D-irk Brahiius. Partridge I p. m. 2p.m.Jp.m .
    : .' '. .. ..11 that tiotl." used for a limited! Jim Ten Kjc-k.: the pt'otl'"sonnlllclIll.! Tocnins, Light Brahma, White Ala ,AU?. 10.iMOii. 8p.ro .
    a punishment
    \ j C't ri4 t.t your uinlerreii'arkol as er and the father of Ten I'.yck. the amateur Cochins, Plymouth Rocks, Brown 1 I take srt>.u plea-ure in ccrt'.rvii' to the I p. m i p.m. '.
    '. '.' number' of offenses. and not Infrequently I purity and the mentor Wilkinson's MatcaMlnnrhl :-1 'p.III 5pm. ,
    '. .I'] Mr.I Irn-: (-hiinpioii. bas challenged Harry Leghorn*. Wyndotts. My fowls are !I..ss Wlt..r. This, u-iturnl I funeral 6p.m. IIpra. .
    without single
    \ t Ir11: Il1a..h-.1. years: pass a Vail to a singleeu1l race at Halifax. from tint very best strains! to be tonic, to my pemo.-iAt knowlndu" u latt'n I p.m. T p.m.FARC .
    .. of the lash. Hecently.however from a well tnrf" nitlcs ca-it of irwiivillf. .
    'f' I iI t-lie! aJnutteJ. application found and I invite ths public to call POBWIIK DATS.Pua .
    .
    OiUlwell. the cycle racer hasaccepted In the tact condition In hirii it is niilil. I'
    Harry .
    : ,',. I an Incorrigible! character on and sitmy poultry yard-:about 7UO have sawn this water u- d. .ith wumUrful : >*oia' to Fort Barrancai and return U4Heatscoln -
    a "hp 1 iLIfn'iilt: ; fir Thorn- oard one of the warships at Cape lloyd Mcl-'arland's challenge! 1 tine fowl on hand. "Settings <>f 13t'jI.fur succt-ss. for d spepsia. indx !->tlnn.\ sore i :.. to Navy Yard.and returll_ *
    P >aoola to Palmetto B ach and return 4I7AsIYoaatflDAT
    a
    \ :r.f tlilDKt half ilulie.n I I Town was sentenced to rwvive 13 lash- to a 'M milcycle nice with unlimited 11.50. LOUIE COLLINS.7a eyes and for eruptive dMH...sv!. sores and '
    1 ulcers oa man ADd onimai AaBrvm*>dy .
    I' '5 i l.I.M| >S that iiiaVo j>r.>- i'I'S. He became unconscious before the 'pace, l'ttliiwt-11 Is willing: to bet any ; tf Manager. for ihHHi" troubles, I do not to."t! in .

    i si-\ e"'li-il iu nmiiHiii: I and sum fnm $li.i to S.N) on hlmt' 'lt. equal eilst It Is hiMy; rflroimiiMiidedby \ / to jrt Karranoai Navy '..
    _.
    '' t punishment was completed was for of diiti.fs.ZELLUASTOX. lard tad relorn_. __ ._ II4J
    -- pbjiioiani a nunioer
    ? rnntinutil: Jfarston Finch
    ii- .r.t. I tj- are 1 Peaiaeola M Palmetto Beach sad I.
    The affair ,
    fitfully! I lie Mt a 1-t-' j sent back to his quarters.: DAILY MARKET REPORT3. Judge of Probate Court, Butler County 1 I return______ 14* 4' ,
    !I sensation In KncIniiil for hammocks I .
    created headquarters
    ; has a great / I'. .
    > 'n-i 1 < \.rilM| illtln't: !lih Alabama. No freight received after ':11 p. m.
    "- VI: I x.Le.l a httl" rcil | and may lead to organized; ngltaj COTTON. either fine or cheap. ., I :t..- .

    T .' Then In- ''''!It .n.tuai : I tlou for the abolition of flogging/ ; In thei NI" YOII"r 1. 9r.n twk Call and their stock.MTs ---- '

    H iniiiil tin1 i-itra: i D1\! '). Fifty years ago: a sentence of I Janu"ry.- S05: .... 809 see t. : !
    .... 811 B. :
    lashes would have seemed to the .uruar7.------------- PETERSET1 / ->:
    IS
    I % aNR_ .... .... .... .... 8.11 .... I .l JOe PEIl POUND.Jucoby '. .
    i h..rty. public lImply:; a normal/ penalty for an .... S.
    April------------------ has M) to fro pounds of -PKOPEIETOR: OKCold-o .
    I : f'xo'nilll..1i I IS
    r..u j Infraction of discipline and would .lilly-------------------- 9 5\ _. 9.(& ItHlian Chestnuts, and Choice Hazelnut .
    'iii'iaii.i I ("ypiiila:! 41!.10' have occasioned no comment. TodayIt JUIl.... ... ............ I/. \\I .... \\I.U: he .. .. -
    which i is closeout
    : '! .\ I i.tTeinleJ juu?" l.eb.r July .. ...... ..... 11.-15 .... L41Lu4ust. -! otferinltto CRONIES SHLOONo
    ... I Is described as brutal.-Hoston Tran ... .............. \I 2Sbeptembar. .... 11.21i \ :at 10 cents per pound. 7atf
    I "'jos toward tiiu. I script. _ _ i : .... ...... .4i .... lUll -DEALER: IN-o
    .f ... tJctob.r---------------- S.i:! .... 827.so COFFEE COFFEE.

    : :. trutc t.ara h.. ...ri..J.'ou Fvldeiiee That He'd Bees I'KfrA."I .wDer ... .. ....... 8.11\ .... ". llUeoe'1Ddr. i( Imported and Domestic Wines\ Liquors and Ci ars. :
    '. .. . . .. 8.0;; .... Ii.Ul : .
    hurt \\1 fur worlds.I suspect that our new bookkeeper ,
    .. Spot rotton closed teddy: ruUl-tlin uplands Roasting a Specialty. '
    I "rl.J] I had no U a r.ti"II'II.t.r.! 9f c, midJUng gulf luc. :bales: none. JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY. J:. ., .
    : if lan.1 l broken a '
    ytui TWs he strike thE'lltrll'alattltudt'S'l"
    II -t'\Valt.-r.. I'l.-a--. "No. but he says egad when be GRAIN AND PItOVISIONS.C3Iceo. :; Have you tried Swans"Downjlourl Cotn r Belmont and flAVW'Ira Hu., PKNHACOLA, FLA '.
    1 1W I ,
    I I'on't you 1..11"1 means 'godb.Chkllgo Itecord.A May 7. os CLOSE: It is the whitest ------- ----------- ---- -1.
    ,
    1 t'ril.i., Jar child.: J' .
    my l41'- ar. . .... 56,9's .
    \\uur-JuIY..61 .... d 1 and sweetest on the American Weather ; ,.i' '

    .' .' r.loIj.t.| !i nhiis* 8ttI South African Convrrcatlon.Trooper l.OlL.- arM. . .. .... .... )b.OK.'iJu11 market in barrels half' ), .. :

    .. .!!. i'H"-.l. Imd I *.ito.l (to hlghlander! In full unlfornn \. .. .M... 3:1: .... Hil'; Coming. ,. ,' :"
    cold with the .... barrels and 12\\I Sand ,tf :r !
    i .1 ullf Iff tllf htl'|livj -Sandy, are you OAT --May .. :38\ 24 pound .
    'L orders and let fill bill before ,
    .231 .... 3. us your t
    n-J Illy ; ,
    04
    kilt .
    and. uus tili )hbIIJ. ; :. Foal-May.-. .... U iti' pound sacks, wholesale and i4 i.: cold snap arrive We will lend yon I t5.I :,
    .1.1. b.r. I 1t \t a.. i Sandy Na. mon but I'm nigh kilt io-Juty------------U 6\"':3 .... II 73 'retail. ;f It best ccal you can procure for attber bakla| >f' .."

    :: <>!i:.. to takth: r wT the cauld.-C'ollier'8 Weekly. LLaD-MIJ: .... .... ... "..I) i!;; S _ or beating purposes reasonable prlc.,.. \; SS
    '" r ob thfic. Hilt th..1 .. WIU-J uIT. .ji@(G&5; ....es ;T% Try Delatour's Ginger C t' .i:

    '! -id ha.l jipuhei ufiade 1.AIU-'Itolltembt'r.: .... 6 SO I .. I Ii
    There i is catarrh in this section
    him distru-t the I I uf the more than all other rtiBS-Ma>. .... tf 30 Ale; best Mineral Waterson : T90mpSOI], Olsel] (J O., : 1 ,K
    country : : .
    :5.
    .6.62' ....fi.S'J1/ z&__ :
    is ore. M> he. sat quite ili..ea..es put together, and until thelat ttiM-July the market, ef/ual to imported i '. ':
    ,.. lUll.-'t'ptt'mher.. . ....It r.:!
    t'J[n I1I.lsIS hoMim.*;. few year* was supposed to be in' goods, and only S_ _ ; ; i I I'ealer In : S.S I .. I

    o t-nit'ijriil from l oluth I curable. For a !great many ytu For Over Fifty Years.MR ; ;

    '- \\ l..r fue was doctorprinmincfil it a local die *.. *. Wivsi>>w's SOOTHING t>VF.rv tnsbn .51. lOper dozen. Coal and Wood : .. .1 :.

    :\ ,
    ; it. she wil-l-fd. 'li and by l'l'n.taatlhi1in to cure bj motherit for ircLlldren while twthnit.lib S S ) ,
    -i 1'-t4't l I..teValttr.. I l.ical treatliont ;pronounced it in. oft-n a p'Jrlt-ct the .ut ('(lS allays. It RllcRln.curtM ncothes) th! child.lad Coffees. Office and Yard.: H.: E. Corner 7-arragOiil *' 1-j

    I ,\ i it* I did!! I'd doS Science has t-a- Rums... reituMlv for Iisrrbu-'s. aadltatlroailtrtet5. .t '
    curable. : proven polln. and is lb bm JAS. M'HUGir Telephone No. 147.
    ,
    \<\-it mar-marry tarrh to lIt' a constitutional dj I -('a"ft' .I It wll!) r..lit'tb... poor little pufTert-r Int.I __ S
    ..
    > "'.tt. d"u't youV" bheL and tliprtforc require contitutii>natreatment. ]I mi-dlr.t-lv.\ (nld hy Urnpifints, .- .ry Wholesale and Retail Gro- J >
    rprt of t1** worM Twf nty-flre certs a hot-
    ': l-Hikiu.: ct Hardy.! 1Iall'C:1tarrh Cure,S tie. Ec sur. and aIt for ")1 n. Wln
    I lit 1 ii-iiSdii't rust him- manufactured by F.J. Cheney & Co.S rtyrc\>." and take no other kiLtl. f '

    Toll'tlo.Obio, i is the only cotntitutional 1tVqOLE tL LE CROCe;: =% S H'
    : lr ,. I'ursuisl 1'ypr.li : cure on the lI1ark: 't. It i i- ? RS. ilir

    i ,.:i.li-rtake inarrin;:"'- taken internally in clones from h(; / UtW 1 m nnbUnD AN ENTIRELY FRFH( A\l) NEW STOCK OF FANCYGROCERIES. tar ,

    -f that! tuo." Tb..u drops toa tea-poonful. It acts di.rl'l.th' ''J! : CANNED HOODS AND SPKCIALTIE3. 11' ,1Try
    ?
    .
    :
    .an.M on the bood! and mucous jur. OnGolcloii.. riooco noxir.rfalesroom .

    : Crahatit; calmly' "! face* of the # .,.tem. Tliey offer out Confectionery: 10, -JO and 30-crrt J. P. CLEMENTS *, 2-131 E. CJovf rurnput rstr->pr. r ': vl ,
    1.1' vUf S ,
    !
    i "
    any t'tio hundred dolLirfor any case it fall.S boxes. Try them. All dealer sell \Varehou-e. Ccr. Tarragona and Church Streets. t'
    1
    f-in.uly: and t'.iou"Y.u to cure. Send for circular aud tetitnottial. #. them. / l'ROP1 IErOR.7t. Telephone 151- S !> ;
    Lo ti.v right; tll ------ i'L. -. :*}M. !
    AddrpF. -",
    1 "'. South 1'alatoi St., l'E" ACOLA. KLA. "
    litrvuv came from J. CHENEY & Co., DURHAM Cigars haveno fi fl

    Toledo, Ohio. (,(1011 SEH\'ICE, GOOD CTISISE, '
    t I.... st-izin: ;? hor Lsnds equal. For sale atD'Alemberte's. H. H. WICI< E 1 '
    T3c.;)
    1 5''s. :'l'3 i>ria.!! j ou .)1.11)\ druojrUt CLEAN BEI'S, GOOD LOCATION.RATES 'f!
    iiud"- lIall's Family Pill arp the best. .


    -''11..11" ..hi 8"U>,ai.!. tr.keu- / --- Give your orders-- -- to the : Plumber Gas and Steam fitter |

    \. ".- 1II1.'rl1 LIt.-t.- 1/1 drivers cr phone 213 for Sl.00 per Day, $4 00 per feel ,

    .' r'

    '1-kgIaay
    : cu and '' line Prompt dblivery.. .
    at one it .
    wliHh I b. aaJs. :ilirittMu'l'J8; all other makes-_ South tlala- :: I>AY AND NIGHT. All Kind; c* Plairo;:. mi Gii Fitiu.r: il: turul Kept on Hid 1.,,*i i
    -ar. Mullar's. 40J I IS IXILEPiiOXE
    : ia: 15: uJuatei4 'I pe-uiut, cocuaLUt, pop corn aud wal'nut. : 3" .... TU'I.\COLA.' }'L3. :
    ; '.. '- -4 a catr whia I fox street. Phone 213. |y diort! Orders at any time. ;M


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    THE DAILY NEWS: FEN AcalA, FLORIDA TUESDAY, MAY 8,1800.


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    THE DAILY- NEWS I i iI cjuibents of state offices were!! -1 i j Fur Fly Time -

    ;excepted: from the operation cf
    I Mcs-r J. E. R- *< & C '\

    Entered al the Post Office at pt'n aeola'i,, the "new declaration of independ- Palafox street, hareranrement pr -" ',
    _
    ru.,M sond-clas matter. ,, ence" made in behalf of the demo-i S4ts for the ni.u : ,

    OrrICE: rut Building,:?lla! South l'ala- ', cratic people of the state-the cmap- the best window screen -,

    street, -slairs. upon thi-market. Fh- \
    01 up beeau-e
    troller and treasurer partly
    ;
    it the
    following; de"ir.ii..
    Pl'BI.ldIlIW HY they were sot in the lit <'f "chron It can be renovt'i ,

    THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. ics," and partly-perhaps ehiE fty- away at the end .if t. .,

    because of the excellence of their' 7 without the ue *-f t"<'l- '
    and -a"h of the wlad\\ i '
    in Advance.On.
    Terms-lnvariably records during the britf periods of handled from the ui"ulf '.,
    > '"
    nil Months Year by Slam "' tu! ir incumbency terferem-e trouble fn i: ;

    Three Months /' Since the announcement of the re- it is simple! in constnutijirice i
    HatfMonlli !"I ; is s,) low ato [jI,
    One week by Carrt"r. payable! Monday In -ult of the conferences referred to, .
    r' aeh! of all. CAP' a1! dynd !
    the press and people of the state have America's Greatest SjSisn leave your ..rd.'r ;f. I

    THE WEEKLY NEWS: very freuerally! acquiesced in theconcluioIi iioir. I'll- tone !Lt! j I1 '

    Publsbrd t'\"HJ Friday at l.ii' per rear : reached, and new poi-i- -
    Po.tarr fr..t' -
    --- ble candidates for the: several position HTIIMIVX C.\X \I, COMMItTEF.Wilt : ; I'LoitlItt 1'4)UflCS.

    TELEPHONE NO. 118. involved have been ru:. t. ted, '

    some of whom have been ar visit I>n..ic Advertising Rates FurnishEd on fpplica'ion. Imp'Irtant Daia. to the ttate convention. \ rfm l I l WH :
    their
    dently supported by rupee for'delegates
    Secretary Tho*. C. Watson of the In Madison county the fight r\
    tive friends, while in tie cases: to the state convention I
    Chamber of Commerce has: receiveda I
    LAF of other the tutr e-tion of their WH warmly contested by the friends
    UMON L letter from Prof. Emory 1:. Johnson of D. H. May*, and J. D: Hegg-, The
    o names has aroused: little or no en 0-33"ST-OJUiiliam
    "rM'lr 1 s chairman of the committee on Mav men won.
    thusiasm. Some of the incumbents Primal it's held in St. Johr."
    the value of the canal of the Isthmian were
    Thai paper is on file with the whose future status as office holders county yesterday to select delegates

    BANNING ADVERTISING CO.. was involved have absolutely I refrained fiat Canal the Commission committee, will announcing visit- to will the meet county at St. Augustine convention next which Sat i Soljnsoit) V Son.

    Endicott Building St. Paul Minn., "hen.Inbenben. from anything like an announcement Pensacola May 22, and inviting the
    urday.
    advertiser! and others mar of their for of that and other commercial -
    examine it and where estimates will be givruepoaapace candidacy co-operation The d for GENERAL ADVERTISINGPEKBAOOLA. renommation, while allowing their bodies in the work of the |,iiistnct. composed of Citru, -
    committee in ascertaining the ap- = :: y. :::--:'::-:.()
    Paco and Htrnnndo
    counties will
    friends to advocate their "claims"; ,
    MAYS 1900 while others have proximate value of the propoetcanal meet in convention May 22? to nominate i-
    promptly pro- to the commerce of the country -
    -- I a st Itt! senator.Democratic : Entire Stock Swiss Curtains
    I claimed their desire to remain in and particularly t) that of the will to close at
    be held
    DEICCIAT1COMLNEFS: j I primaries
    | office, and have entered upon a vigorous gulf" port in Columbia county next Saturdayand $1.25 pair.36x72 .
    the the
    fihould senate pending
    For Ilcpresentaiht's to I,ji"Iatiire: campaign to secure the coveted pas the county convention the following
    canal the work
    r.. MORENO JOS KS, support. that Nicaragua has been done by bill the commisionthuGtr Saturday.The Chenille Rugs for 75c.; Smaller sizes f for ,
    \\ OLKE.ForMirrtft :. democratic club at )McIntosh
    J. EM: MET:
    _ ,i The situation that will confront : : involving the choiceof Marion county, is strongly in favorof Ladies' Gauze Vests,. fcorhf .
    : "the bet route" for the canal
    the state convention therefore
    may the nomination of state and national
    will be of little value. The work of Ladies' Gauze Vest, Taped.
    10corc
    GEORGE E. SMITH. ,i| be formulated thus : referred tickets at primary election.. ;; : _
    the committee however
    to,
    For Circuit Clerk: |i i The democratic voters of Florida i although; necesaiiy! speculative, Several thispliii counties Hint have it already will doubtless endorsed -- Gent's Fine Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers ... . .:r, -

    ANtil' M. MCMILLAN', : have, with practical unanimity, sol I may become of considerable importance i
    \bp pushed to adoption at the Kn> Boys' Washable Suits.$LOO toll T -
    l-'nr Tat Collector: far as can be ascertained from expressions in directing public attention to state convention.A .
    the respective merits of the gulf &v(1 Boys' Washable Pants. .
    -- :
    ,\.ti. D'ALEMOERTE.For thus far m de public, indicated ports as factors in the enormou Knelitiiil niumler-- j-v. \ ,

    Tax Assessor: their desire' that new men-of commercial development that must Zyphyr Ginghams 25c kind 17c

    W. W. RICHARDS. !!i whom, possessing: abundant qualifications follow the opening of the canal, and Will often cause a horrible Burn, yard.
    for that reason alone, if for no other r-Scald Cut or liriii For Treasurer: there is no lack-shall take
    County Salve, the bet in the world,
    Pensacola cannot atf JOHN 11'. KRATER. the places of thoe whom the party the rear. Hei.ce it wouldeem that will kill the pain and promptly healit. SKIRTS.
    I
    I For County Judge: |; has heretofore so often honored with the part of wisdom will be for its Cures Old sores, Fever Sores,

    _ ( repeated renomination and election people and its commercial bodiesto Ulcers, Boil, Ft'I'lb, Corns,all bkin
    THOMAS K. ICC LLAGH. SPECIRh
    greet the committee with the Eruptions. Best Pile cure on earth. PRICES OH Abb COLORED SKIRTS. '
    to state offices.
    For School Superintendent: warmest cordiality and endeavor by Oily 25; cents a box. Cure guaran-

    \. B.COOK. i By comimn consent evidenced by' every legitimate means to a>*it it t.t'd. Sold by W.A. D Alemberte,

    the fact that no competitive candidates in securing the desired information Dru Ki..t. PARASOLS.Special
    ; For Clerk Criminal Court: I ----- .
    for comptroller and treasurer ;: concerning the city and port.
    'rJ M. P. BO KAY. lL\WHY iiorii: RAIDED
    | have been even suggested, the re- '
    Prices All
    For Justice of the Peace 3d District: SHAKE IT INTO YOUR HOES on Fancy Parasols.
    I nomination of the present incumbents Hy Offlcera Crcilille and Haw Last1i
    JAMES R. LAS DRCM.
    i I of those offices will meet with Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder. It cures i ht.
    For Constable 2d District: 1 painful, emarttngwollenfrrt end ingrow,'
    unanimous approval. ing nails and instantly taicws the sting out A negro bawdy house on North Domestic Goods.
    CHARLES P. BOBE.Ft : ot coma and bunions. lt' the irrrntot
    Against those incumbents who, Reus, between Grt'goryand Chase
    comfort discovery of the age. Allen's Knot-
    r County Surieyor: have made no personal effort to secure -1 Ease maker) tight or new hors frel rsa' ). street; wa raided last night by officers 10-1 Bleached Sheeting. 19c. 10.1 Brown :-If't-! :.:.. -
    It ia certain cure for .neming.. o !Uous
    W.C. BECK. Credille and Daw. Threene
    renominations no attack or and hot, tired aching lv1 ry It today.
    all and aboe girls and two negro men were II Bleached Forest Mills, j''..c yard.
    For Members School Board: i criticism has been made : Mold by druggists fctorek. By gro
    i concerningthe i ''
    mall for Trial
    o. in stamps. pnckaiieKKKE. arrested. This morning the mayor

    A.C.A.V.CLUBB BUIUNT;., JR., manner in which they have administered S.V.: Address_, Allen S. Ol ins ted. Le Koy, imposed fines upon them as follows: 10 Yards Shirting Prints for 35c. :

    '1 E. WARD. 1 their offices ; on the con Bertha Davis, 125: ; Phenia Miller
    I'HICI-: corur. $25 Martha Butler, $10 Archie ------- ---- --
    trary, the expressions of high personal ; ;
    Howard and Ed. Johnson $15 each.
    JUDiELoeIIREN of the U. S. district I regard and approval of their !! Negro Boy "'hlpp<'
    court in Minnesota, has decided official conduct have been frequent ,; Conduct To Heal a Hurt Jllillifliii I0ljii00n &

    and I Ii Use BANNER SALVE, the great ) 01le
    that the ratification of the treaty ofrE'Rce ,, prcntunced. !' In the police court thi morning healer. It's guaranteed for cuts n

    4 with Hpain made Porto Rico i Those incumbents who are engaged there fourteen of which
    were cases, wound; sore, piles and all skin die

    American territory, subject to the I : in endeavoring to accomplish'their one was dscharged; and one contin- eases. Take no substitute. W. A. ,

    provisions of the constitution with- own renomination have been ued. The fines amouuted to $107.50.; D'Alemberto.

    out further acts of congress. The the subject of frequent criticism, not: Marvin Woods a small ne.(ro boy J. M. HILLIARD & CO.,

    1 republican administration i is hearing only for a lack of becoming modesty ;t ti charged with disorderly conduct United Stares Court

    not only from the people, but from i in failing to note the almost uni- was whipped ty his mother in the The May term of the United States Manufacturers and Dealers in-

    a :Sersal sentiment iu favor of theirretirement pre-ence of the marshal. court convened this morning with I
    the courts. Willie Mortin, colored, charged Judge Charles Swayne preiding.The .
    Carriages Buggies and llraelrRepairing )
    but for various featuresof Wagons
    f with disorderly conduct anj for jury was organized: and the ,
    AT Apalachicola last week was their administration of the offices cueing, wa tiDed $1:2.50.: casef A. A. Fisher vs. the Home

    dedicated a monument erected by the 1 so often recommitted to their charge. Viola. Cartwright, a--ault ; Ella I Life Iii-urance, wa! taken up. Attended to Promptly.-
    (*
    southern ice exchanges to the mem What will the convention do? Cartwright.; disorderly conduct, and A motion to open the decree in thecae
    Georgia ,,'mi'h, a-?ault. were turned of H. L. Anderson the Florida
    vs.
    ory of Dr. John Gorrie, a former citizen Will it the state policy that EAST (JARDHN ST. : : : : : PKNSAi 1.1! \ i ; i
    pursue over to the county com t. L ,nd Hock Phosphate Co. was i
    of Apalachicola and the original prevailed in former convention, -. argued. I

    inventor and patentee of machines and which has been almost universally AMir.X XATrilK: __ I .

    for the manufacture of artificial Kat.il: :;.,IroI,1 lS reek.Sr. I
    condemned by uinnitakablrutterances Xeed+ a--i-tance: it may bp b *t to "BUY THE

    ice. The ceremonies included from the democratic lender it promptly but one sjjoaldremember L >t is. MayA washed oat BEST.HlT'S

    addresses by Hon. (;eo. P. Raney press and people of the state: emphatically remedies to ue only even when the iuo-t tiM-ded.perfect trestle leatlinsj ta the Black bridge. :3

    and others and an ode written by reaffirmed their n.ilch south! of S t. Charles, Mo., wrnl'kpcl''
    action
    by The b<>-t and mo-t simple .itia gentle ECONOMY !
    Mrs. C. I. Kimball. Dr. Oorrie wasa in presenting to the convention thenames remedy is the Hyrnpof KV-. ID.UIU- t, the "Katy flyc r" 1 near train ,;.n I' = = ,

    native of Charleston but re.-idsd of factul'ed by the California iV :- 'rup I II the :\1i-'lUri.; Knii-ns mill Texas railway !
    of un-ullind
    new men. nn,l resulted! l ill the (1t nth of J.iin! |
    for many years at Apabchicolu.\ : Co. ____ _____ I '
    character and undeniable ability I i i I "" 15yle, fireman, nod the fatal i.tjury'd Our REFRIGERATORS are Guaranteed I K- ,
    where he di< tl in 1S13.::; UH \pittiit; and capacity to sati-fartorily HONOR noi.h I L. 'l I D. I'almtT, enpimvr.; None of the I' to '

    for an ice machine., i--ued in I per- pa--ru'rrs: were iui'irrl. and take a lower temperature tliaii: any other on the mark ,
    form the duties of
    office
    : public ? orruiiho ", IIOM NO., r.ir .\i- ii isiooClari ; _
    ItviO but he rccriveJ, little bent-fit I I They lIaH' all Ali-.Iute DRY AIR PROVISION
    CHAV
    Will its drleatcsarrenderingtlcir: : : I. !:ai:rla'i Cat! ISP Ilnrned.SRea .
    Andrewl! ',sio r. '' .
    : '-rt; '
    from it. - own jnd.; rtand ignoring: the in- ;May Bell Fannie Berlin, MnmleKeiry. I. !:\. N C.. :Mav 7.-Aln.ut JO fir t i 1 'ar'atltPlIbsolutly Ojorlf'Our -".

    TInm rican Lumberman'? table ttrests and de=ire-of their ci.n-titu- : .viestc ]i>>be, Flo--i- Dover, ;1f the South Carolina and Georgia rail. 1 - --- ----

    ents, permit themseh, as has happened :Miiu.if l>urt>> rearlani'b'-ll: ;[ .\1111' rrwd b.'i'it'i'Mr Jnmd river has been .
    of tiul,"'r and lumber for Ice '-
    exports I n Clin-topher-en, {""c.L'lut.. -. 'E\ Cream Freezers : ..
    In the p.i-t to IIP per-ti.idfd( Icsfroved linIr eugl L-t from
    Marchhows that Put-ueula's exports / lima IaviLila ]"oi.nl.-.tn.) HHiDutic.tn. liy the j

    t ofiwii tiuiber were 4"yJ : that "the "'Ih'ati.\t of the! pirty"nleanau t.rv K..JT.UIViliif IVti-- 'inII\: i 'i;''iiic \viiii-1l! ru.l" et\". ..u WAIIIIAX'IKI TO KliKKZE IX :u.: MIM :II 1CVPri'p" 1-
    pf ttidr!
    ,dly :1.11':1'.1 l
    :;
    ceut of the aggregate from all! southern ::. really. the private inter .llt2pIalli" Fell, 1 Koliert:i Fi-lur, :

    <.-t" of soie per-nnal fjv.irite of the :Mjirail Floii j. Gertrude Friedm to. I will repair: your watrles: and .
    Hi_
    against cent for II" r t':'ii: f"i' r.. ', ,.
    ports N.tl'er "leudrra" Nellie ttodl.ey. Vlol"t (',"I.Z tin. jewelry in flrtrlasstyle.: ;: J, I. (,1 m ike'n_ i-i:'"
    IVbruary UI; cent in January p.trty -ir.ti-t pro il plain them to you.
    per LontiliijUlJ, Mabel (;ireep l.ill-! Stephen0.Jros. .

    j 'JDS) per cent iu DPCI ui- "Iaia..t the txpreed will of the Esther:: Heiuberjr. I-:

    i party: males': :* mar, Holm's. 1.111:01 I 1-i.i-U. SB-;
    ber, lMJ.o'.l:: per cent iu >"o\ ember GERSON.5C107 -
    __ _______ '
    : Lillian Kate L.indruii. 1\:1-
    ---T : J-icoby, : : : U/atsoi 9
    fil.tte per cent ill' October, A Ni ihl.Tt'rl"llr.. trine Laripy, Amelit Lirgm'. :\II\..! Q. (0.,

    s 40. !?:! per cent in September and ;>Uj<;2 I ".\wful anxiety wafelt for the Loftin, Vera McDavid Veni McDivid. I South Palafox.

    1 per cent in Augu-t. Th IVinacola widow uftli'* brn1 (-nrrjl lurni : Myrtle I Norman, :Seven REAL ESTATE.

    export* of board., deals and plank 'tin tfI.: .+ehia". Me., when the doctor RobertEldie Salt-r I:iti'! Scar-
    rut. E-tella ;Schwartz I-:rue-tu.eSnith. I Rental and Insurance
    for March were IS.H11't'r cent i.f the -, said she could not live till morning Inir> Torkle ': HurrvVa I
    u
    W.
    write- Mrs. S. H. Lincoln! ho ? I i B. V/H1GHT COfllPflHVMAM
    total from allotitheru enheim. Matni-t
    : portalains t attrndedhrrthat: ft'alfuluizht.11 Ward.'irl'lnia :'I AGENTS, :

    25.43 per c-ut in February, :Sti.1'2: pet r tliou::!lH pre jiiii-t soon dip fromi Ward. Sybil Wheat. Edward Whit- !i r tl
    l-rtha WiillunAllie WilliFranklyn -. ''' ('orn:'' (i mln-i trod ;I'aijf'-x .stn>.-t-. '
    .
    t cent in January, 30>7 per cent i I P'lHtiinonia hut she begged for Dr. X: ek. 'I I 1 II KKKAM. ; >

    December 27.72! per cent in November \ewli-coverysayingithad )JhS PAfl.INK IlKEsKPriucipil:. : l'K\.s\. ol' .\ FtA !
    saved IIfr r--: '
    more than once life a-id --r \ LUMBER LATHS.
    33.M per cent in October 2h: Mipercent I .
    had: cured her of Conuirption. Af- I ,
    iu September: and ';0. :, pt r t..r three small does site slept easily -- i I I I .

    , cent in Austin.A all\ night, aud it* further u;:e completely onciL I : jj.i'k.SAWED CYPRESS SHI1 GLE --RLr]: : -
    ,
    -- ---- cured her. This marvelou- All patties holding scrip asrai'is; J

    IVacrlul 1e mit.1)uriugthesrsion medicine i is ;guaranteed to cure all the E-fiunbia county Fine ana l"-r- I -=- ......--.:- rENSACOLA. I I. l. \

    Throat. Chest and Lung DUewses.Onlv I feiture Fund are notified to pr"'ur
    of the leg-bl-
    r>iie and H.llo. Trial bottles frees thesam-for payment immediately -

    ture of IWW, when the capital was; \V. A. D'Alemberte's drug store at the First National Back of 1'nl- Fine furlrltlireinsrilitlner ,-
    .
    ",0)1'o.II'f.: .,; I'.XI.V "- \ I
    crowded with representative democrat sacold. J.NO. W. FKATKK ,:
    Treasurer Escambia COUlltmt \'. stales including Wicker \ Mcrritotlier: '
    from all sections of the state, State Con\eniion K tes. '

    the past and future policies of tht Each delegate mut purchase a { I 1 rockers, (it very reasonable r-i i tret furniture in I-,
    -
    -- -- 1 fnlh'wings.triples l if :
    partyconcrrniugthetillingof; the several fiat-clas3 ticket from the place of Pneumonia follows U grippp, but prices. Their stock is com J stuck of rare Oiirgaiii-I i. *

    state offices were frequently and.j l starting: to place of meeting at the never f.llows the Use of FOI.KY r ,,, .li plete. Don't liny snaking t'awp11.,1": . . ,
    regular rates and at the same time
    discus ,d. The result HKNVY: AXijfAK. the great throat c't'attbnttChair-. WI" '
    freely was a I until
    ill furniture have
    procure from the ticket airent a cer- and lung r ult: clear concensus of deliberate and i I lificate, showing such payment oft j '
    beite. seen Jllarston Finch'sstock. 1'111\1 Chair". Wit b ,
    !
    thoughtful opinion to the effect thai full fare as a delegate, and the route buck . .

    the practice that had prevailed it'. by which return ticket will\ be de- "SItUlt'1 hln:: For otliu X"Ev.tybodyilnokingfor 1'ori-ti Chai'h.w itli!!u.h f
    sired. The return ticket are then TAKE ALL WOKHY \ .
    WE '
    previous state conventions of repeat,. I procured on thee certificate fromt a change back and adju-Uble f"

    edlyrenominatin the incumbents 01 the ticket officE' at Jacksonville. '!'to get something for nothing inevery oil your *:boulder and Q/l; 1'0rt't'laio-lhtd Bltb-IUI'-, .
    trade. innnaizA th>- -.ntinlt of your hou>*-j,tincoi- .. . .. ... .. .
    those' otllces had been indulged in ti i, J. C. Oor,:.K. Secretary. '
    of intur-
    jf tft''s. lUttaa
    In'tIne rentjiBMntnt Chair-, a in i/: .
    excess, and that the people hac I Jacksonville, April :S. We do not for give or promise to give anc.andrroa.',. and t-vi-rytbinif, In connection hop .. . . . !- ,
    something nothing, but with our wl'h! liltpro".r caro'your housri
    plainly indicated a disposition to re. Louisville Heunion Ilatea. system of trade rebate stamps we do or irop-rn.. HS ron-clrntioQsly AS you Pi-tachio Cream Wafer*--ume- IIt'frigerutor-I . . '. <
    would \'"urHtif. we kHtp down f>3pen.ps thing new. Your dealer should have Water Cooler . t
    five for
    volt, and to insist upon a change o:f :' give per cent cuh trad1. aC'I-rrtnatth: houses are kept in good"IIIIUOll t
    For U. V. them.
    C. Reunion
    Louisville
    ( '
    Every purchaser of any good in for ahchourehargttarerea.onab I ioand S eeT'em'CASTOR
    o -
    policy in that respect. The various" 1y., round trip tickets will be sold our store receive a trading stamp' '.._ VW ar" HE.o\l"ll'.o\KTEIt14 KOKKKNTERS -- -- -
    reason advanced in support of tin '; May 27, 28 and 29, at f 1305 for the representing 5 per cent rebate .at.dappendallstof a few drtrablr If you want the bf-t cigar on thp
    upon awrntnas market a-k for Anni HelJ. Krufjftr
    :
    obnoxious practice were carefulh'. round trip, from Pensacola. all cash purchases, redeemable at -:No 111 \\ *-I rrcanteetrrrt. -' itorv. & Ku Iemau, al'ltf : IA
    contlldt'rf'd,111 both h I Person desiring sleeping care the Department Store of Wm. John- 5 room". .. ... IJSm Agents.
    to th
    should make IJtfUS and I.aUua Atari 1 stoiv.In .
    Cor.
    i space early application
    :
    &
    son Son In any good-they sell. Children
    past and the future, and the concrete i-1 I Ito ticket agent in order that accome ronniNo. f"" Fox River butter f Far Infants and
    green
    Bring your card to us and gn *" Wet Wrizat; str S. > rooms i1* *'
    sentiment prevailed that inociation can be secured.J. your stamps I Jo. 5'J5 Ka>t ftnorv strrrt. 7 roam i-v and roasted coffee and The Kind You Hare Always Boogm t tI'
    .
    W. Ln :>o. ::1 CLa-CGovrrnmrnt.Sroom? litu i
    Ttx.
    limp had C. H. GONZALEZ
    for
    come what foi & Sox.4mlw .
    was, r in
    '
    ,; 7in-ot D P. A. L. & :\. R. R. No. S3 welt O\t'rum"nt sliest i everything kept an up- AI
    .. I IS'1"
    convenience' fake, called "a ne WI: i ....o.I.it Eat room I2lh ilr..1.5 roomU.U> to-date grocery at H. Mul- I' Bears tnsSignature r "-;: :

    deal," or "a clean sweep." In this SEE ROSS & CO.ABOUT. ROSS & CO.'S No. Ida west ImoDt ;;tI,,-t. -' .toryrooms ler's, 400 South Palafox of ,
    ?."i*)
    connection, two of the present ia- SCREENS. I FLY SCREENS. I, No. t:! East Utlmont s tory, rooms, u 'J) street. Phone 213- I Iq







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    THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MAY 8,1900. 5 Hi', !

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    and the business has proved very -------------1 1 I Cotton 'i '.C_.,'.. "'' -..._,
    nOTES-!! Spinners to Meet. i. -r
    WCR& S7LE4 > \-l
    PLOOD
    nEWS Profitable in several. of the Western !' CHAEI.OTTC, N. C., May 7.-The an- i @ : :
    Tl.ey are now calling! Mrs. Langtry'sact1Lg .
    "
    i nual convention cf southern cotton spinners : w, ,
    I Hon. John Rourkeof Bagdad, was' : ; in "The Degenerates" a Chris '
    in town a few hours, to-day, greeting I!' tlaa! em'eavor.IticLard convenes here May 11. Tins organization I HAVE A LOT OF 1' t

    -rf, art for Friaaeola and odntfv: his many friends in the intervals of I Ibusiuts now has 131 active nimlr" and
    Mansfield is letter
    I I I perfect In '
    thtnrrrt to-nlght I : Wa-\ ociateE.imlnT.*, utin' 120 '
    I", and j-rvtatrly j ji ,?. ',' reprei< ; FINE CLOTHING '
    ? -I! *\iivitljiioutlnrlgji\ i 11 star parts: se\t/al of then aiuua; of the euta-n nall in the wtith It was r'.
    'Il'.rr yettrrilay, 7* dtgmt; j I A special meeting; of the Central II>i the I laret :in the d-n ma. orccnizftl in May IviT. The n""'ocia'e
    Trade Council has been called for !, Nat m.-mll'r"hip i > ifl of thievLo, i.
    ; !
    :1""Mr. :! CKtiwm! ha; aa option on n play > eomi i
    7Sit) o'clock to-night Every meni- i I THAT WAS SLIGHTLY nAMAOFD TVATEH: WHILE BEING
    ,
    un.drt'l'tI\ lirt" h'
    : lufeivMrtl
    in
    IKfui d I Prt.rfiiii
    11-> :i.( ( on "Ti.e! lion.
    '. ,Oeab i i.; a Ruet at the ber is ursr..d to attend business of''I the "MiutLrrn t'dt.n naru'aeturir: .- SHIPPED HERE THAT I WILL SELL AT j ,
    ,. ; f
    : : the novel! VN-itten by' Jaues | '
    is transacted. ,
    importance to be
    I i I .u-trv, ;n.,1 I I.''ii-e.( 'r I"< :d. : r "
    : J.-aiiran of Whitfleld i, in ;:j The members of the conmittee on j t iu citii's ol the U'irth, SACRIFICE PRICES !
    tI Primrose and Dock!'taJer are talking: s
    :...JI\,', : c >n-tituti'!"n and by-laws for the humane I i.HII-\i;: : l.-. f. '
    |lof ( jieLiaK a tU&ter iu New Yok : -> to Ketlrp.GKCENMLLC !' '
    : ,'.cielY, are rwjue-ted to meet : toj i Thi I U the Great-! *' It- -f i is vIi"day. -
    |I. wi- < Chipley a at the l'.jv-l j 110e u continuous peifnrinai.ce of uiasirNy S. C., May ;.-It his become !
    : Fpl.eopalrecrurycorner : Dry 111 the pan in I r1 uwith 'i H.,: Ir n-and yuu have; > a Fine ': .
    I It-n ::111Ird..n\ streets at 12 o'clock, uK.l to run all the year round. known that Editor: .\. B. \Vilumf ;Salt ,.t Smt a.l i Co t '

    j .,b Krvjrer i N vi-itlnrulaNw I I WfiliusUay, May 9. I Kate l:lIrk". who plajed ;In ..ttaerienwith ,> the Greenville D.ulr News has severed -

    Orleans, i A neat wagon aJvertisinar Octagon I lVerli.hin Tree, Is t,) (proilucv in hi. oouuectiou with that 1'Ill'r.! or. C3HS QUICK. THEY WO7TT r4AStONG.: ,

    aH of FI" rala: is among the j "soap and drawn by two fine white I London a (play by the! overriti I I:>hefiray will do -o m u ff\v day, and will make : ;
    Ins future huiuc Richwoail. Its JOSEPH COLEMAN
    will
    : !de I-catllbia. I hor-f arrived here o\i the City of : called! "The Sin That ('leans.,!;." in
    I i from Milton this I Lave nn f!.;:,\;t nicut with The In-patch ,
    Tampa! morning. 'III
    Inertim of the Pen,;acolaty Charles Hojt I is back in New York for a time, but will uitiui.itehInterne
    r .
    1 The
    will several
    watu; stay: here 21250l'TII! PALAFOX STREET.DRINK .
    : I
    .,' ''' to-night.i Ii. | weeks advertising" the working on a'farce that be has nearly connected with the Senb nand Ar: Line. '
    oap. II finished. He Las!! another new lay in of which his itmsin, J Jin SkiltonVil- '' !II
    i i. F.; ii-rson of River Falls Ala, The friends of J. and
    I uuny Perry his mud! nhich he expects to work han, is pn.-Mdi.nt! manager. .
    i "ro this morning. Warden, the much beloved and pop- out soon. i .-- -- .- I
    ular superintendent last of the Conductor Held For .Murder.
    M, Kuiida of Milton is r -6i'-1 year
    : rte' Kcamhia: : : to-day. I!! Florida Cluutauqua, will be pleasedto I It Is alleged: of A. II. Wilson, the SPARTA sumo, S. C., May 7.-Condwtor '
    learn that he has been granted German comedian of "The Evil Eve." :, '
    v A J. Thames of Jeorjjia'ia: f hi|I the degree of Doctor of Philosophyat I i that he Is a nephew of the late Senator Th'WiSmith! of the Glenn'

    'i r h- :',e \'i-itllr Lore to-day. ;' the University of Holle,Germany. Wilson of Iowa and was disinherited h'priiiKs. rail.-1. has been lodjred in jail
    i iII II' hencharK* d with murder In an ex- .
    Iiiuiniitf-rof Cottage Hill! is The j joint! committee of the Pensa-I J as a punishment adopting the stage; rt
    : .. t'i ie!: ,'Ul-t.+ at the Escambia. I' cui Medical "ocietChamlJ'r of i as a profession.Charles uiul-m- the pasccu'ers was killed.

    w (pilot boat, Florida, will ,I Commerce, Business: League, Clerk'- I Wjndhain Is to act In "The !, At the curnnor'c inqm--t half n dozen ne
    ', union and city council i is, meeting I sioeit'titied that! Uun'lnvtor 'uith th
    ready tugu into cOlllmi sion. Cnisi>ders. which wns such a failure : ,
    .: with much encouragement ia their only whit 1'iHT: pr-M-nt. did\ tin, -hoot. '
    i U Uu:: .hnell
    : the Ktcambiti yesterday af- I work will be undertaken at an early !| Hl'nryrtllur Jones the 'author ]Im- ; <:i\> he never lil'.UR .hot.!

    : i date j mediately retired from theatrical manaement -
    '
    F barter parlors: at HuM E*- President W. K. Hyer, Jr., of the on which he had embarked Fire lullow'EvplhIon. 4- 1
    : with this play. BIRMINGHAM, Ala., May ?.-AR the
    i are being remodeled and re- j Young: Men's Business, League has
    d. I|'I appointed Messrs. J. E. Ktillman, J. | The name of the play manufactured result of an explosion' caused by molten

    F. \\Vst and F. H. Cobb Jr., of W. Lurton and Thos. C. Watson as ,, by Livinla II. Van Westervelt I>euipeey. iron breaking: out of furnace Xo 1 of .

    I II are registered i at the :Merits delegates from the League to attend ; erstwhile! "Queen of the Holland the los-Sheflield Steel and Iron com
    the annual meeting of the 8 uthera I> has been furnaces late 1
    aiaes, pany's
    to-day. '! changed neain.! Now city Saturday night;
    Industrial Convention at Chaltanoo It is "The Open Door." It Parted as the .stuckiionse, cotilbiu.s coal washers,
    ; ., J. Hiya: : of Jacksonville ar- ;;a, Tenn., May l -lit: and trestliuf connected with the fur-
    j
    "On Neutral;
    round" and then became ,
    l.it and iiteredi
    regi
    j : -rf night were almost totally
    i The British i steamship Torino "The Patriot Spy. The last paces destroyed by
    K-cambia. companythat
    .. : which h t< been plyigbetweuthisport fire. The daiui.M; done will amount to
    went out with It gut as far as: than ;; OOO.! 0
    $
    T" !snack: II. F. utter: arrived and rlavaua for some time, more ,

    'II the "II'.pp..r banks this mountr arrived at quarantine rur.lIa.r, ,I, Washington. New
    Two Enterprises Launched.
    with loin snappers.Win. where she will be detained about

    II. Price of Marianni: lias I, five days, after which she will be I THE TURF REVIEW. WOOD*TOI.'K. Ga., May 7.-Arrangements HIGHEST AWARD PURITY.
    loaded by the Gulf Transit about for
    ccmpauy are completed buildinga
    en admitted to practice in the V.
    t !S' Court: of this district. for Hamburg Bremen Crescena. 2:07'/i: Is said by his ownerto cottonseed oil mill and rope factory at

    I! :Mr. (;eo. Lewis president of the have been a mile In 2O5; ;. this place. J. H. Johnston merchant

    There' are still good gents for the 'I I First National bank of Tailahasseel I II The mare Wlnola, 2.15'i: ; by Looka- is at the head of the enterprise.. At LEWIS BEiR & CO. Sole Agents.
    the Folk Min-treU( to be had
    t 1. ,
    accompanied by his daughter, Mi>s way, won 11 races out of 13 starts last : Canton. 12 miles from this place work ,
    I it they won't last long. I Mamie, and Miss, Elizabeth Pearce, year. i, on the cotton mill is progressing. R. 1'. ALBO FOIL sOld

    Bankruptcy proceeding haveI i will arrive here on the 11 o'clock Jones u. at the head of that mill. i ii I
    I begun against A. Hchwartz I,'I train to-night to visit/, friends and I|I The West Chester Driving association -i Quaker Hunter and Parole Rye Whiskeys.

    s oprietor of the People's store. 1 embark fur a cruise along the coast i., track I Is to be equipped with an HarinvelP New Mill. : ,

    to Carrubelle and tit. Teresa. automatic timer. i BARNWELL S. 0., :May ?.Barnwell
    F:. I.. Hammargren of Gainesville *$-Chesterfield Bourbon Whiskey.NSpECI4c :
    arrived in the city last! night The fire department was called out I George H. Itay, 2:23: };. by Chimes is I|, fs to have $100,000 cotton mill. A'i

    soft registered at the Merchants. yesterday afternoon at 3:40 to box I paid to have shown a mile In 2:11.: lie charter has been issued by the secretary -

    21, corner of Palafox aud Intenden- I Is an M. and M. candidate. i i of state and organization will be per > NAVAL STOilia: MARKET.:: +
    Jno. Thos. Porter and W. J. HintrleUry i
    cia streets where ale roof of the Billy Penn 2lSi4 pacing Is now In fucted at an early date. I| ft OTIC ES. ,
    of Grand I
    Ridge are among kitchen at the residence of Mrs. B. Reported DaIJ1 for The News by '
    his rst but still inspirits
    the guetilat the Kscainbia to-day. I twenty-1 year young i !' i ii
    I James fire. The alarm Public Building For Durham.
    was on was I lie Is still owned in Philadel j Menttlra. A, M. Moci ft Co.E08IH. .

    A moonlight bay party wa piven.ist i telephoned by S. J. Isaacs.! The I phiL! II| WASHINGTON May 7.-Senator Butler ..
    .: night complimentary to E. M. damage to the building amounted to i of North Carolina has i OfE Ctfj 4 WOlD.MONEY .
    about $2.50. The much talked of Pray Tell and secured the pas-1, WW ._..l. lIS H ._______,1111/1
    Cohen of New York, who is visiting sage of a bill providing for --- WO................... i 45S u ._....._.- .. 1" F
    relatives here. It has been suggested that the Maxine match race and two other a pablio 1\NI.Y 1'0 x.lN1): ). N._................... : 31 V __l._ 13;? "
    events will be decided at the Belmont building ht Durham X. 0. M ._...__.... __... 1 Vft E __ .,_ 1 :Yr
    DNtrlct Huperintendent W. A. electric car company can, at small : ---- K .... ..'.. ......._.I7:) 1)__._..___ I...,
    Hutchins of the Life Sating service I cost to themselves, aid the Medical (1'a.) track on June 2L :, A. B. Stroud Grantville, Ga., I| TO LOAN ON l'tW'O'\\L. I t ,..... ..... ........_ 15IP1aIT8TVgZ1Ina47

    i H here to inspect the station on Santa Society; sprinkling the streets by Azote, 2:04: *6. ia said to be In splendid l wrote : A priceless! boon has been':\ Building Palafox ly. Apply street to.'hh..r lair her of nti. i

    Ko-a i i.land.1Tr I I fitting up a tank to run on a truck in condition. His legs are all right, '. Mof- .

    .. M, MeCreary returned home the rear of one of their Palafox streetI and Don Thomas hopes to beat the givenTETII SA (Teething Powders Lo..s AT LOWEST RTKS Of IS.I JACOBY'S BAZAAR.
    I I cars. Such; a public-spirited inovei record with him this season.Imp I ). I : ;T CAN ALWAYK HE OU- 1
    yesterday afternoon from Green- i i merit on the of the electric car wagon I | TAl''''':)) HY PAKTIKH: \ &V1NO t.OOI)
    Ville. where she has been visiting ,. part worked a mile on the Ilennloga .SKCUK1TIE8: BY CALLING OX WI!.. Church bazaars are all the rae

    relative\ ; and friends. company by the would general be highly public appreciated and it- track on April 9 In 1:43: She did the i ticket for the Silver Set '''LIAM, STKEET.I FISHER. 2044! SOUTH PALAFOX now, but not one of them can! possibly ; '

    U-v Dr. Covington of Greenville, would make travel on the cars more work cosily, and the time 1 Is said to be i with each glass of soda I equal the one now-and always :- ,

    Ali.. &b expected here to begin a pleasant. the fastest work for a mile ever doneon water* at Trainer's soda JY YO(' WANT TO ISORUOW: :MONEY! -iplnat Xo. I14-11S Eat GoTernmeut '
    \ 1 monInjure
    jour proper'y. pro
    ..TICS of. religious meetings at the the track. ; i cureab'trret.oftill.| buy or HI ri-n1 ec- -trp..t and klt.'w n m ,

    F.r-t I'apti church next :.Sunday.T : HUsS IS THK MAN. W. II. II. Ac-huff of the Philadelphia fountain. \I! tate, rent rr-ini-rfy.., uf our (j"ofJlII"'I.|, Lace r""
    rentecull.ct or jour htn aitn'i'nl Inc .,
    Chas. H. Bliss is the man who advertises Turf club has entered the black stnl.O't ". '* JACOB ? 3.Tlre .
    : HH will bi an important meet- : i +|Il on or udilre"" Tlinu. l \\'Ht-i .t o .

    ':.. ': i L: .. 1'eiisacol.i Yacht club at Pensacola. He does it right lion : I lin,<,tor, by Director, In the Victim Marvutlon.. 1 R..al"'tat" Inunmetag, .. "ni', 'VIISH
    JI'( .- I'"rt..r',; at o'clock to-morrow I'I I and deserves your support. 2.24 class pacing stakes at Narrapin-/ I'HIIADEI.I'HU May 7.-Au investigation ; -!1, cola.who bun Kla. a rha l.t!fr.v f....noll"I'mt.uo we will Tnv blurt .>..rn"r.
    ,_ '', with sluice f) i-'jild a hoii... Ml-tf, ii"- ",* tit" Ilrl.t iiinl ni'ist: variwliiirtnu'iit
    : t. Every member is urged to i iUtlMj. sett Buffalo and ISetblehem.Lieutenant into the
    i I I Oats, corn, hay, chops, Cllbson, the prominent mina Meyer has !shown that she was a I ---- i.f P'1ib1PZ of every, de- ,

    I H L Morgan and wife of Elgin.u I j 1 cotton seed hulls, cotton Kentwky Derby candidate I Is accredited !-,, victim of starvation following her attempt 1.on 1:1-1': +crip'itln"t'f -f"-n in Pensacola. It .;. j

    arrived here !last: night from seed me .l, bran, etc., at H- with working! on the Churchill at fa-tins. Hr husband thinks I'lilt' ; KITS I- dew: tiie r....", sips.on.. vi'iiKl -HJ tf all i-f the space in this !. :.

    i'ants Rosa, where they have been:'' Mailer's. 400 South Pala. Downs tr:1ckf'rll' 7 one mile In 1:111.: : the death of his wife wa due to heart bl.d, ;\.a f''mil' car.. 'lin.. (u-az. dohs.oam I |i'.p-r to eiiuinerate, but here are a. \
    e;, -'i I l.-::. a few days with, relatives failure. She is said to have abstained <| .,lt\. 1"t. l.e'A'eneenow I
    ,, ,
    fox: street Phone 213. II.I"1I1' mile and a furlong; In 1 :r>'It e, e'i II "nll<1' ImlvhtlK fe'A :
    i fri. ;id<. ahulutt'lfcom food for :33; days.Ittdnbride ; .
    In tie!, niiitch race at Oakland. Cal.. llr.N: I' 1 1 I S;>anish steamship Gracia of on April :5 1.'t't.udJ'lce Gnarl,) andAi'dri.a -- -- ".-.." '{"In.lnll and. cilintr.".l*,
    S'nllIn., .. for Liverpool will bet I \\",ifnI' (.ollal">. Apply to 1',1-:. Mrswrne 1.lj rt. ri.l..!ox. great variety, incIuJin; all of the 1 '
    Just Think of It !
    one mile! and a furlong! Aditnfe I'.ft-tl
    ,' i from in few I I Ga. latest novelties.Cracker. '. ,
    quarantine 7. Tho
    a B\iMJKiiniE, May Plantscorn
    \ Guard: won in the fast time of -- -------
    S! t. will be loaded: by the I *. Water and Cakes: cf the '.< .
    Crushed wharf! I "OK J .VI.l
    II pineapples' ( l : The first mile Inllrre'n IITcollapsed\ Saturday ,
    0 'I'I .!'-It ('0, I I r.i4. was run .. .... .. .. .-- --------.- tln-t cfl'l.rated taakes. .
    .. crushed 1 cherri s I :wJli.: mnrlJil Tilt' cra-ih came at an early ,' ': :. \ 1.1--\1\1: I'.n bl-. L".v.'
    >' i r. two barge=, good Inn-ic. hour allll only 1I11"IIrin'r;, and a IH"KTOwcrou I Irdrr-hilt-Haruaiir. ell'b. millI.1'IK Pl--kles: S,>k-e., 'urdiments' : and 4.

    i- !in !itliPHtfllt I a Jolly crushed strawherries)( at a flax 'ory. tilt wb.irf. Tlu-v, narrowly a'FajHil SM.h-'lh., loser i.-i li-iec on Fat Salad Dressings of the most famou.- ".

    i I' "ii the inoonlight: : j-ionie The l>est flat story is now rejxirtedfrom '' with their 1m!' ti> U K I*. ,)"-?ptl<.

    ,'w I : !i n.Iit." '-. Ticketon role at !i I \V.T. (:rrt'ii &: IV"' !for ocents. western 1V'ahh county, where( a IK I"il11t1).1! with freight.whicli call>i.yl luau"'11 Akfil. alf Evi|'orntPd Fruit I;. ,
    I .
    The" linest flavors farmer raised ..:i.eIII.r.', in r. 'IU.' .uh- J-li.! '-. J.it'iH..IJCH; :and F=yrup" .. .
    .
    ?Ill tht n''' !i o't IIrl' h. l..n'lIit! lUv..i i |ii- >. tit Mold
    I from lEi acres of a ?70it fiirm and is Keire-rnliilioii| ..Wimif.CHUi'AMHXiA mi c"-y n'rm..lltd> III a '>a .,./tin. '1 '1'* lir-'ikf.i-t iiUof very knownTitni :"'.
    ,. ?, r ,1Ce-t.ril. Florida: with of pu e fruil juices.( ( I It.-e stillHlliiij;; It nt home at $1.75 a bushel C.We'.aaYI0 oriel| dlilt. C' ,. .
    f st.tlilishiii.' \ten-i\e Mity 7,-U"%]ii>iises t<. .
    for ..-d. .\ i4.7ri: off a $7.:>i) farm: . .,, .. .. .. -' J.
    sl ,
    crop + .
    here. 111t'rl'lta, ; |"*>PII cream soda( and ice cream the i.n//tatiml to the Southern! luclu,frialCoiivelitiun {. Oil VUfe-Til.' in ( r. ; II J :M nand F'i-h. i t'
    i is swift farming.Omeuice (N. '!'I.-- i-i jr on .t. t r- .,. i I.i 'UReal
    n \i-l.ipnient i ill (Ii rattle 10 cents. pretty tll hi' hell here Mur I5-1S' !, K .MI.:: fe list fevears; at D.) llerald. ger:14'! :.. south It l-ai"llx''.t. :- .1'ii .
    continue to come ia tn S' crt.tary G.wld- ----- Flour .,f t h.- Choicest JUands. I.;.

    of the Chat ,chamber ..
    inj run 'ga of couiit v 'Ay t s.tIn.ITiI'N .
    --- A-nt u lively r.t.-. "...... ....h.. ....__. ..__ __.. CITY TAXES.

    -- -- ; WANT"y .
    :Nlg10Jinr.ierer! ll.in (',I. ',, i or < hi
    I ; 9i Sr. Jjiiris, May 7.-James Nettle*, a AUiltKs.il5Vcsi vi rulil itr";,'t"PN t.: ijoar TK.VCV to date.V. t

    "FORBESm"I Ee;"'ro, was l angel): in the jailyard here \\'ANTEI'npr, rn..nor tff ihf. MvK.! OEliTTXG I- 4
    tor the murder! of Samuel ,\". Mania, a \ \ alII..n'. Candy fractnri.. n..ittiTI'.t1IIiN .

    i street car conductor, ou July 4, la'Ji: a. lflnitfn..T.iilHr hv I City Tux Collector. i5111W
    | H
    -- '- youngletly. A>l<.;rcIle". ('IU" IUiA. "II.I'w" .\' ; T't ,
    -- --- -
    N i '
    :iI..I'
    .\ :Monster |U.\ il I'Wi. -,
    I -----y- -- .''ti.l -Ail kisla A :H er'& Golden Sral Nu- t
    c IJ 0: < lit., M'-art .
    4
    .
    Jf.troyinr: it> victim i< a typo orCtllI'lil'ati.m. ) hottl. s. H. A.1'scrr n N.norttt deln's broad l r'
    and fine, at
    The pow r ..f this .
    -- --- H. Mailer's. t .
    400 ;
    unirderous niil! :uly i is felt on oruan* South
    IIrANTE1Old blllt: batln at os' -.'b.O
    '
    and( nerves and inu-cle* and brain I r see Hra,. ",. r Palaf- stn=ot. Phone 213We :

    For There' nn health till it's ovpreoine ---. I .
    and( Remainder! of theY\ k 3
    Tuesday ee
    Hut Dr. Kind's New; Life Pills arM a II.\ it (; < U)1)':. I icill soon receive : .
    ... ... . .to.
    safe and crt:lin cine P: st in the -- -- ..
    L9-fAltAIIVHEI { I-"flnllfllrtur'"t line lot of patent windowaivning.f s,
    world for Stonnch.: Liver, Ki-lney* 'I I .
    ,
    and dealer In Hair < -t
    and Bowel. Only 'J5!; cents at W. ;\. Article, Hair Oil. 1:11':111: W. (,"\.rnrunl \ wait ''for I hem.Marston tI
    % Our Entire Line of 50c Shirt Waists for 39c each. $ D'\I"tllbprtp' driisr! store. street Finch
    Iti' '
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    fSTVOr l'\ AFFORD TO MISS: THK5E.- 1 During Mrs. ]I. r: Rendall's nn_._.l-iOUOATIOIVAl._____... H", .,.. ..,_, I No better Cigar;- for : !
    tI.IOEI'IUPL: : Pr.'iiarv! choo \' It
    absence from the city 'I1'I Kinrler /arlt-u is nun open fuIntl the money made DUR- .. '; ;
    .. ,
    nftb tern In tar rfsirien'-o At ti! ci-r
    "The Pensacola XeedleWork net of PaNfot and la ks"[! 'Ir ,'U. .en 'HAM-at"D'Alemberte's
    One Case Sheer Figured Dimity, 7c Quality, 10 yards for 50c Room, JCo. 4JJ"est trancpon siltMALE Jackson Term Jin: per month ; ; ;. "I l.


    One Case Scotch Laces 10 yards for 50c Chase Street, will be openas AXI> KEMILE l'HII4)L.. Nw. ." .,,
    "r ('ha--eanJCrvnllos streets
    usual. p'e- :
    partfor coilegt or bu.ineij J. II J. h\",m- Union r I.
    -- -- Jell, princlp..IIgbt: term beiiiasOct II. i' .1- :,
    50 Pieces Wash Silks (dainty designs) 45 to 65c yard Cleanin ladies skirts and waist; 14
    ( 'C'r :
    1'1.1)1VElr
    i la one of our specialties.;; Star Laun ,
    ----- :
    dry. 'T KI.OWEIW: and Moral I."sgneCU' -- Oil
    Sperial deiiene ordered for customers

    o----- ==2:2;:::) I Miss Vloletto:sa.F'LOWKKM. lorlnQ.t.J: West Grezorrphone ; { f4
    f i ?!hilm L / y+
    Q/ttl --- -
    J'lu\\'c'l.,. I.'ur 1-'ii nrttl.-.. -
    Company :
    \
    With Purchase Ticket Handsome Combi- r FOR FL'XEKALH furnl'h-d
    Every Dollar you get a on a in bouquet or spwialdeslgoi, '
    Miss 'joletteIorenot.J: west Gregory > .. & '
    Wafers
    Pepsin; Peppermint aid digestion -
    :M 5.
    phone
    :::rdJmtohoolt I
    nation Desk and Book Case Shown in the Window. Ask your dealer for them. Kerosene / \l v> Sri.m'
    Gasoline 1 '
    ami C'olI'Fe"*. ,
    ----- --- "

    Price -!!\D7ttLubricating-
    quality, weight,

    ; .;-......"...-....;';-.-;'-'''-,;....!..;'. -.-.-.._;:-.- -.;-;,;:: prompt delivery and polite Summer (taw leatures : Oils r ': tAT ,

    attention guaranteed at r.MVEIWITY OF VII'.GIMA. ,

    l H Muller's, 400 South Slat I"ummpr. July i to Sept, 1, rio.! Esp :

    Palafox street. Phone No. 'clally helpful to heglnnerb; locandidates WHOLESALE .A\I KETAILDtllvtrtd '
    for admission, to the hat: s' a to r. (
    young ,

    V\T.. :r. &, E. Forbes. 213, practitlonerk For U.Catalogu"3IINOR: who,addre SeeretarfhrlotterillrTa have i larked instruction. I: Free 10 sly Part of the City. ,: 1 f 't.e l

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    6 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MAY 8, 1900


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    ....... I enudder.'f bttucture BOiKlenlj lurch ,
    ................ The Rtckcit .A..tW.. W. i a
    ... .. BELATED eJ off its
    : The most cheerful author-Samuel gave a grinding slide prated
    stone piers and went whirling downstream
    I Timothy Howell. t Smiles. OPPORTUNITYMarch nub the current!
    i The nolslert author-Ilowells.
    and caught
    Jane uttered a cry of terror
    ...&. .. . .... l The tallest author-Longfellow.; hold of Alonzo's arm. lie could feel her r
    1 The most flowery author-Haw- was coming in Eke: a bedrag- ; whole lady tremb! The sensation senta
    T'cv.thy! How'ell stood Mono in Co j :hot np. cl"e.l lion when Alotizo JiuKson! the stage strange thrill through him. Ills letharcif [ *

    Fray tar lu-ht-xl kiuhen that bad once I The most amusing: author-Thomas driver, drew rp .n front ( f Miss Jane nature at last was stirred.

    e<'hotd to the tread of so many young ,rich eli. Parmilce' gate; and sat pati"iil. \I.i.- i. "There, there!" he aid soothingly 1
    feet. The }'oiing; "st of a large fam:ly I ing until she h'llI.I! make !her appear! : "Don't you be afraid Jane. There ain't ,

    and tie onlY'Iny, he hnd li<'t'n 1".tt.J and I The happiest author-Gar. ance.! The wind: rnansl th-oiv'a the leafless any real
    indulged nrtil be grew' unconsciously. I The must fiery author-P.urns. trot+, aid Alouro's rnbb r ('<',.t resounded i in to fcink. \\V1I)) ground against the! for infants i
    f"It.h I overbearing and at last st talerly The most talkative author-Chatter- with the beating of the heavy shore somewhere, and then I can driveril.t and Children.
    I that after another bin t&U-rs pave : 1 "
    one ;I 1 ton. rain. out apain.
    I Caotoria i U n harnilp substitute for Castor Oil Pare
    up thnr happy pride in him- illl. with The most
    wondering sorrow, left hint to himself. I .'- .-CLicazo Times-Ileruld. art('r all," be miiM-1, stn ping {'> leLi.. : careened and the muddy\ water! raced gone contains Drops neither and Opium Soothing :SjnipIt is IMeavuit. It

    and Timothy wm left l alone In the oMhouie i I lint oHm ducli.irxt! ; its pent up final.'Ain't alon the t!<>ui. Jane began to sob likea It Morphine nor other Nuiwticsubstance.
    with the wide) ;/rw'n acres of the I \ nuryu.own wool start "t inn frightened chiM."Come destroysVorms and allays rt'n'rbhnl'.
    Another Day. It euros IM.irrhu-a and AMud C >lio. It relieves T -tli-
    last farm iu Seakill stretching; about 1 bturni like ti-i-t just lf> a-M-U.n. if come" said Aloaio, drawingthe
    I in Troubles and
    :? : cures Constipation. It regulate! ht
    Lim. "" 'I they bad made all: their! .irranjemcats 1: rein hard as iron over the plunging
    Stomaeh and Hotels
    giving healthy au-l natural sleep
    He hired in the busy season I "
    lily nun
    and wrote they was oonin. horses with his right; hand "don't be
    The Children's Panacea The )lotllt r's Friend.
    A d -af old who never a+ked for I 'I -
    < woman Uut all doubts is to Miss Jane 1'arme- scared. I'llTlure!

    wages kept his hmisp anti rllll1t.I.-.} at h...',; strength of will t.) carry out what His left arm reached over the back of | The Kind You Have
    Always BoughtBears
    the short allowance ot everything; doled she had ditenuintd! to do were presently the seat and slid: around Jane I'annoleo's

    i+, out for f,.>d.Th di-pKd! by the uppearanre of that spin: "'lIibt. her head dropped on hu shoulder: tho of
    old rvant had cone out. and hi'l stet lit the uimr rf her cottage with a her best bonnet heedless of the drippings! ; Signature

    f t bad to jr.'t liii supper off a he of a ham J !large eland It.t nin.! .: bag in one hand of the old fill hat. "Theie now. there

    1 that Lung ni' iu the she,!. and m uii'bri-l'a! m t'..' other. I Itn i now !" murmured the! btrong man tendeilv. .
    In a ertta4el: ..III under! the h 11. where 1') 1.1) Lad bart: supposed that 'Oh Jane, if somtthin of this

    i.: tbe lights inked and blinked through t ctt Al.u/o tll..1! J.ir.twovld get ,'III'J; and :, sort had only happened 20 years ago!''

    the dead branches, a woman out sewing tiarrnd in due tine, like other yoiiaccouples !!, ..1'.-s." whispered Jane, all of a tremWe -
    f bnsiy! and three bright fa
    tied dose about the fire talking la low i' me, aii'.th.-r.: Ii
    trea. .ui le un Alotl7o (a tied to ";;..t to th' nit:"-Uuffalo C\\"II. In Use For Over 30 Years.

    "It's n shame for little mother to stay I'ii point; ." 'NF .r..u COMP..t 1. ..u.... .o.r.. OW v .. ett
    i in tLe house so mach" said Clara the I Sane slid it wa lniui o the aw:: I I The iiiKll"h CoiiKt Guard.

    i eldest. a !tlirate girl of I'''. s1"Well. ward. Itishful boy could! not sinmon up il'otnol fcrei.iost a coast guards man 1- -- - -- -

    U I: "Y I'll. and you too" said Irlli('. the I eunuch ,'ull:a.'(> nctu.ill" t,> p''p thequeMlinn U a iu.uiif-war'.s man. He belongs to a {

    baby of the family, a ruddy girl of 10. e di nlurs dteland! it wa- beret"> he particular! hip of war. on board of which JUST OPENED.

    Tie fact io," said: Huttie, "I am tiredof I ; was jealous of II1111': fi!II! iw from the he is liable! at any moment to be tailed
    sitting here and trying to lie a doll!! city: who hoarded! with Jane's aunt d>;r. I upon to n'port hilD-.,.lf. lie J.1I0his """ - - i

    .t baby and wait to prow up. I intend top in.; the siininx .ind ud t ottssionally toMe Il'lnl.e and his duties on board that vessel l. '

    > i-p to Farmer Howell's and borrowbis I Jane h"ii from cl.rrth or take her I, and lie, and Ins personal Inugings are in c. fn: fI rJ

    ; horse and sb-i igh; for tomorrow" 1'1' TC\I'Jntrprl"1. to u SnuJay M.li."ol PK.IIKAt any rattime ,1 a perpetual state of readiness fur activeservice i\\in w r .v i"5" ,H '; ti i
    I It Cecil, how lira\e -Low notte of Clean.Ita t
    "Oli.
    (Ili, KirK girls ilo not lie ru.llI'aH: .
    I! ,p.-sd witliout: any formal d'danitiou on her decks in her stokehold or '
    I Clara softly. i your: '! f i",jni .\.7.: .". rid m the ineannhilei otherwhere, a* the caw: may l>e. \V('
    "Hut I am going," insi-l! .d Ilattie rtsfilutely i it 1 "Ye-, most <;f our chaps are off to the i Jant's pin I.b i'iisl:; and she wtM to live learn that be must have served for at ,-Everything New and

    "and I only tell you that you be rent so l'\f volunteered to stay nt : with h..rlol.!?\( t.oJ uuut. kast ten years ti the royal nary afloat J

    quiet Lore and cot lit LiapMnu make home:" !i Then Ls... suit din also and Jane was l fore joining; the coast gnarl and that Pile Mo-t Attractivp in the Entire ('i-'. R- 'ular M -Hl- >: .-r '.i1 1\\ i j

    '4 herself uneasy about me. I do not know i left bl.:lie hi the world save: for u broth I' he Is kept in U-uoh! with the late--t n:ntic- and Short Orders Strvid all Inlur fpecialfkly Hat.fl. ..-. 1
    where find the oil) all day, hut Head \\ ork."It 1t
    to o-e i I er who w".(- a inner i'l the far west. : al practice ly yurt periods "training'!
    at night there i I.i a faint gliam of cpn'1e-: mlsM! : IH'1I\ raons'u.' salt the I, Jane ...>.)\ ,'rtl',1 the little pn>ity that on board an il"oncl:1.l.-ChnrnLt.rs' Jour- E. BAKER & CO. Proprietors
    ', light from his rll'n. and I am going f >r eourer, "b'C."I': tl'o lights! are turned hud Uiu )h.ofl her lato money' and bought i 'ull. .. f

    him tLere" down11.1 tie pictures! are thrown a si-.nU c.tae ":i the mt kitts of tie I ---- --
    She wnll-ed tt the long hill: The First of the SeojioQ. 14EASTGGVERNMENr gTIIEET.
    very rp vtilaiti' Where se now lived in "l'ouint.I ;
    r. and the i,.J..r l came fre.-li and bncl into ) !.!ai.1 fa-hio'i I The crocus row terms to crake
    of these \\iiiilov.A The ladies Intill.uienee
    herfbetks, int'lie! WHS a little timid: for I .AI"ii/o) who was in rears old still hwdwith I I'pon the (er unt let .
    all that and \.i-hid' her bit wa wellover : will IT taking: their hat Init man nt 101110. will fallow putt : y7 .'.to" t', '
    his aged parents and cared for them f. ::1 II
    S In few and the! breeze I "B cauw it is Ar ..
    s > a im-.n.cins For tia n .is l.c bud driven' the stage: be- heti"Chicago Times nersld u :- tj f >> { t \4 i!
    She Innw it would: le u"(. .-ss to po to i unun their hands may be unpleasant.: i I twecn p the froiit dear, solie went around to the The \n.I.\\'s! cbw.i'.l. hut .
    I \\vrv not remote coimr of the township! was inursecteij CTUKI A KL'NMNU SOUKi .
    /o"tlstar to A\trj ( "oo'frtIMl'OKTEK
    bark l'"tI'b and kno< kvd faintly! but itcent i .
    : I'M hats came oQ.-Cbhm.o( Tribune.No bj a rnil.oad
    i had a bad runninr! IOTA on myi AXD JOrfBi-B Of
    il no answer.A I .. i
    -- --- I II bad never l"en to see Jane Parnie- ." H j
    I breast for over a year says p"f\
    louiler knock hid the same I'f- IIlt. Time."Don't .
    I lee "iu< t fbe tuoted into her own cottage, i N. Yl:
    II Richards \VilUey\iUe, ,
    and tlui.: li-teaisg doubtfully and wonderii'z you ever worry Billy? I but they were still! 'Innzo" and "Jane"to remedies IIardare j
    : "and tried a great many ,
    she\ should do sheheard
    \t hat next '
    : "Xe\er! :I ea-h other! whenever t hl'Ylid.. and but got no relief ui till I u-ed HAN- t]? :
    'bed : -
    low front the Asa
    a groan : n "How do you get out of It?" I the memory of a faded romance did not NFK S\L\E. After using one half .I '
    a low groan eiliot-d on the night aid i "In daytime I'm too busy and at I J JI seem to imbltUr their present friend : box I was perfectly cued I can Iron, Nails, Axes, Shoy''lt Saw Mill and Steamboat: NUrl'1C1K. ('o'king
    Hattif straight! to the s.bed, tryiugto
    went
    ship. Jane, Milks.1, somvtmics wonderedwith and Heating Stoves, Pnlnt. Oils and Window Glase
    tLitk she was not afraid. night I'm too sleepy. Indianapolis I not commend it too highly: and
    sensation in her throat
    "IM;>. help:" railed the heavy vore of I Journal. : why n.\1011 rhnking-':" Jackson; hllln(>\'r asked will\V. A.never D'Aetnberte.be without it in the house. Sate algid Tinware and UouwfarniahtoirOans : Hord';.

    a n:an. I I her to be his w ire, but she had long ginee! !
    "Who I* th-reT' a-kcd Ilattie. Wealth und Lock Cot o\er the kuen anguish of her girlhood i Pistols! *nd FIshing Taoble.
    "Oh for bfarm's sake brnic me alight "Would you rather be born lucky or I disappointment and schooled herself to KMl'LOVMKNT OF'F'ICE.Ring .---- .

    t : here, whiHer you ore, and b..lj' m" \ rich?" believe that since Clod willed it so, it up 3S2 or call nt the ofScU -. !
    North Halafox street when in AGENT lor Blrmla;;hani ]bolting: ? Mills Company, Revere Giant i
    knee and ,
    ' out. I have fallen and hurt ray I "Ilkh. Then I wouldn't have to trust I I I was "all for the best."
    ( cannot walk." I to luck."-Philadelphia North Ameri I On this stormy March day Jane Farme- need of a carpenter. B. D. Hoffman, | :Jtltohed Belting;, Northampiwn: Emery Wheat Onmp any, Lfiftic A Rand #;

    The girl buiriid to the kitchen took) I: can. I..e'IIS going; to Oilend Station to take. Business Agent of the Carpenter's'' Ponder Company, Johu-.on'a KaUocnlne Iron Kitg and Buck's itovea i

    the candle aii'l went back to. the! shed I the train for Lancaster where lived her, ind Joiners' Union. will furnish you and Ranges, Wm. Coupe & (J.'i Raw Hldi L u a T<*'.th r, Blftonr- ieudy i
    holding ene hci'd ip to lt." p the "honewind I CODCl'r.IDIif Broken Crovlcrr.: lifilong friend Susan Rich in a pleasant i with the desired help on short i.o- I
    .i from blowIng out the lame' that i tice. n2otfNo : iI Made railroad Color j
    "Mrs. von Dobbs. have you much :I t home whose welcome Jane had often I I

    >sl ltt bout and rose and Kent the candle. s'' uyin I I I hand painted china T' .I' gratefully tll tl"l. The day and train the Masonic Temple, Pensacola Fla. J
    iu a very thieatrwng refrigerator on
    "No but l'\e a lot that has been haling,: been set, Jane would as soon have .
    : ;
    There Tarnur llnuell huddled ina ...
    lay i
    I thought of betraying:: her friend'a confidence i market can equal those sold .
    Ilecord.
    hand 8magbe.-Cblcngo
    the il of the sbrd.with I
    -
    belplosd henp on > <>r '' 1
    arrive the
    an ugly! gash in his knee, from \ hour Darned as failing in her to letter. at precise i by Marston tj- Fin eft. Call: r. C. BRENT WM. II KNOWLF.x. W. K. lifER JR., J. S. REEVE

    which the UiMid wits dripping.! lie was I| Cold Meet or Death. I'rwtideut. \'.00.Pr ai>ut. ('aobl"r Asi't l'.hlllr
    4
    Jane was the only passenger that morn and see what beauties they *
    indeed a frightful: looking objist. I'.utIlnttie "There U but one small chance to ing. She sat on the middle seat under I ,

    +I was not easily i..lUr.y.'d. SITU ynur life and that i* through an her big umbrella and Alonio chatted intermittently are.
    I' ---- .
    Li She tried l with all her sturdy young I I operation," was the awful prospect with her over his left shoulder : The very finest The ne plus: ultra First National Bank
    his .
    fitt.lut
    strength to lift the great; man to [ sK before Mrs.! I. B.Hunt, of Lime as they j"ICaloug: through the The creme de la creiue. ThatV
    failed again and iuam. An oldsleigh
    i Ridire. WIP., by her doctor after storm. One would never have! suspectedthat i HARPER Whi-key in three lan
    into which he I
    lotllol close bv. managed
    i vainly trying to cure her of a i: i ijrhtful these two sober, middle aged persons I guages.
    himself with dithculty"Sit I
    ; to dnu ', gas of stomach trouble and yel- had been lovers In the sweet days HOLD BY OF
    PE7SACQLA. FLA.33IIXI3OTOI1.I31
    very still please said Ha'tie, I .
    l.w j.lUndice. lie didn't count on gone by.1Vhen. II.\\M1KIV KH J1nos.
    with suit of resoht, analthen
    a dc-jM-iRte
    y tie: marvelous powerof Electric Kit- they reached thpprpd bridge!
    she to t rs to cure Stomach and Liver over the ri\'t'r. it seemed as it all the ,
    plump bands and pulled with all her WM. H. KKOWLES W. A. BLOUNT. F. C. BRENT W. K. H YER. JR
    I trouble, but she heard e f it, took clouds: of heaven had opened! their sluice
    Btri nsth.
    c= "Oh uh": groaned Tanner IIowill. even bottles, was wholly rured.iTnided I gates: together. A perfect torrent of rain D. G. BRENT,

    :Minjeon'd: knife, now weuth- was falling. !
    "CundemnatiunVhat! do you menu to> noro and feels better than ever. It'" 'i.ouzo, can't you stop for a few minutes ,
    yys"t do to me, girl?" in the till the worst of this Id iU%j tX AM !

    bring It did the: nut*lci;take h out many upon such the smoothly pulls t.) positively, Liver juiranteed and Kidney to troubles cure Htomacli and- shower is over bridge?": asked Jane "My new rigu:! m 1 U t lt

    never disappointPrice! o I)o atV.. bunnit is gratin awfully damp. The rain
    i .
    trodden snow, and then it clipped eavier. "
    D'Alembd.'te'i drives right through: this nmbr .
    III A. drug store.
    lie g.oaned heavily with
    man every "
    breath but linltu's mind was made up. I I -- ----------- I "Ix-mme Me, said \Ion ZO. consultinghis csrWe draw our own Bills of Exchange; on Great Britain. irelsun! i

    : and she fii'Ufil on down the gradual At C. V Thompson'sCrane's I watih. "Yes, I guess so. We've got Germany, France Austria Italy, Holland, Kpam. Belgium. Kns-iu >. r
    ii U minutes to spire and it docs ram '
    e discint at the long kill toward the! vil- Ladies' Note Paper, and I middiiti hard. My. but the river is high way, Sweden, Denmark und other European conutrlb8.

    r loge. Envelope to match. I ain't it? A littl.1101'(', and it would be
    She h.",.itrt..J wOlldl'rin fllF'"Ve8Rel!! Disbursed upon the Most Favorable: Terms
    for n moinrut. :: Cambridge Linen and Envelopes.Hurd's I over the floor boards of the bridge." .c 'r L and II") n
    if the bad totter take him home! to her Parchment Alonzo drove to the middle of the Obligations Taken Payable at Port of DesuuaWou Ten or Flfteot i/a-i;

    1 mother. and then n-uicmU'ring that if Invitation Paper and Envelopes. t gloomy covered bridge and stopped his liter Vessel Arrives hare.
    his Injurin wore nallj dangerous: he 1 Linen TaV.et. I
    sl horses. Then he and Jane sat listeningto r
    ought t<> M-o a I'h-idall i as t-uuu. as IH>S- i i Frosted Velum and Envelope the thunder of the storm over their I 0"Safety Deposit Boxes for argot in Connection

    Bible, fl.e iimnlicj straight to their old 1!, English Note; ; Satin Wove Ti""u" ,, heads. with which we have. Private partm.mt for UIA Una

    family: lixtor, dragging! her queer bur Paper I>enni>on's Crepe Etc., with "The bridge; kind ot quivers, doesn'tit : of Renter
    den. She did nut Limn that the two men i genera! assortment of stati'irwj. ?" said Jane.

    had l.t'iii t>:nti.ioH tor jinrs.Her I C. IHOMM- N, 'I "Yes it does seem to joggle some," replied -

    tn k ta1 at the dour brought:: the 1 No. ) :Siuth: Palafox Street. Alonzo. "The waters up to the "Y UR? Wlr
    doctor him"t'! oat into the frosty night I floor beams and pushes kind of hard : ti

    1 end pulntm: to the ..1pjoh.bl': lid: against 'em. But I don't b
    i "Here in a patient I hate brought you. Just then the steady vibration of the MdVlillan Bros. Co.
    C2rxJlI
    ?1 an Important one, I guess you will think i b j' ;:." Increased to a sort of convulsive : May objeck to ittln' up ,
    he is, t>y the noire he makes) I
    I --- - --- -- -- I Ii and buildm' the Ire in ; Ucr
    By the aid of the do tor's arm Mr. ,
    an af- I Nine chance in ten it'* your kidneys ;
    r Howrll hobbled Into the house, and while terdiiunerld.Iutyeamask Coppersmiths
    the mornm'. but if
    dealer you
    that need attention it you don't I 1
    Us wounds were U-ing dressed be told "
    ,
    9t1 how he hail climbed! up to tut a slice off I for them. eel well. FOLEY's KWSECtRf; commence with her at I

    'that pesky ham" ami. Lls foot dipping,: i makes healthy kidneys and will
    J. I. 1m large assortment once be able to General Metal Workers.!
    a make
    ,t on the dasher of the sleigh, dowu ho Stephen you well. Nothinir He "jut you may
    of Solid Bt rlmg Kilver and is go- d.V.. A. D'Alemberte.
    ni came, cutting bis knee with the Lig overkum this prejoodiss.
    Knives Forks and Spoons
    p batcher knife, spraining his ankle au.! Roger's :
    .f 1 hartiiig his bark. i- J :i We will launder your spread for I regret to obarve that I shoo- KMofttas! of ad I Eudyarteri for thi

    "I an elite I do nut know what is tot II I.:> cants each and nuke them look didn't commence arly

    done with tOlli ht. I have" like new Star Laundry.DURHAM .
    yon no RtGUtAR G DINNERFO& 1 enu!f. * It was a Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turpentine Still.CLpfI
    4 room for you here, and you are not fit to : \ .
    1 be loft alore." Cigars have i rather cold mornin' when'

    rfs "_\IlJ I ha nm't a thauow of courage," I I QaWs alms so fend and npii dcu b til Imo
    moaned the farmer. : been tried and fire test- I I fast proposed: the idee ],

    1'Ii-ase put him in the lei "M :| ed. D'Alemberto sells : to B"t-v.- It wa-n't'toll MOBILE ALA.

    Ilattitinpatieut: !}. "and I will take him I 25 CentsAT I j I received, and I found ,
    i
    ; up to our bouse. WP have lots of courage I them.

    there and always rwm for ore -- -- -- I iny-elf layin' on the door .. .
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    -
    more." : I will repair your watches and *

    "Little woman" said the doctor, push jewelry in. flr: t-rhi93 style J. I, I rrtttuddent.
    1 in 1C up las! glasses and looking at her ick Apostle's Restaurant.hort dtephens.: I I thong 1 t I'd git up and THE ORIGINAL *

    "1 was (!U years oM on Christmas lay. "
    bild the fire
    1'or 5<) years I hue been lookius; for a myself. -

    "it -a helpmate! fit for a d.atur sever Orders of Promptly bay or Night Served, all Hour!, Artemus Ward. gJ I'i MT f f I'
    I
    Ufi-re. Take big crying "
    mw one your ; MsS ml I
    lull! home and I will cull and see him to- Fish and Oysters in All Style' ) n[ will build the lire if you t.) JJ J t1fYo :

    morrow. Here. Jim." calling: hill boy. IQV give her a (J.\;:' R.\\rt.. \', : .
    "hitili my horse on to that sleigh und:: UL I J .t'z,
    Nick tiiitil
    and
    Apostle. you can sleep ;
    drive thtse people over to Elm CutiR :''.
    He gave Farmer 1I0w11! a troth us lit GENERAL INSURANCE breakfast: is r*>!>cly. K-ty can ill-., :".I oil., B. C.

    spoke nnJ t-Mik him to the slush.So sleep half: hour !UDf: *-r, as the fireisStred .'
    Ilattie had n bUteh nJo that night
    strike
    iMaiitly. Simply :
    -\ DI' -
    end and I a "ie liftt'rward.lAtti"1 .
    many ninny match and your fire is in full eiln"iu J\ + jYaf6rlie a.
    ;
    } mother! and farmer Honil'binane !
    old fnuiiN, and the cottage'; wn-; neal Estate Agents mil- second, day or night, any

    exchanged for the Gtrwbou.e.-New \orl; ,' tlmeln the \ear. ; $.
    '

    \ews. 1.'tS.o\COL.\. FL\ ;: TtaF V. J. VIDilh Sole Wholesaler.
    In Kind. OverWO Ranges now in ,

    "I-a't that a dream of bonnet?" asked _. RfcPRLSFNT TWE TY-TWO OF Till vJ ... ......r.. ..... ---..-.... -..... .............. .......... -
    Use in Pensacola.
    Mrs. la rbroke. LEADIMi FIRE, LIFE, 3IARIXE.A'CIDEiT ALAS lOT i 33HKX OB I1D? ID 113 D91S:5Drnl [!!::
    "Yes" an eieil her bus aid. "1]I l QEO.: A. FETJGRSON, FIDELITY, PLATE ;: ;

    ilrenmt 1 wns a mil: "UIlire l last night. II i GLASS AND STEAM BOILER ISi "; "..' "'
    a dream of a SV) bill i. of any use. TO-ta Dealer In3ayaes I I fCRANCS: COMPAMES .. Ranges Set on Trial. r'; R > I Jiiil-i! alii!I t"lon : illliliS! ,.ciiLiu' J1 i! 1 nlliSil'4.1ST I i 1! .


    can try the booiut."-Washington Star. I ; ; and Bieyele Sa1k4ct.! Stieral> Aieats of tte Epilalik au RANGES; $lJ. ClMSCtel Free :::,.,:... '' !: { I SOIILf Or. (EU2I\! !fli:5.IMIOM :; .

    Girlish ConQiIeneeii. I J ; j : 111: : : : : I' o IDX: s H.

    Tertie Wt'f'tun-I woUua't marry: thi e Agtat! for ramhlH..CI"vl.'lftcd and r.aCd er ; Life Assurance Society of the I jC
    i:K.T.ts.. +n Years fXpericni-A in 'litpuirii : JUG & FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED
    best iui>*\ alive. Would you? { ot Sujclta ; A<.1 j jM' Free Delivery to Any Pert of the ("II".
    Mitna Zevveres, dear I would ani d '1'\ie WII.ra.I.ItO.. htc. Keys made t Unite( States. % ./tS/ ---.---- -----..- .
    I'm iu about sn w c<:!Vs.-ChicagoTubuno. ,. 11: anyltck.tc I '* J .. ":" JattI.dsd
    Ruins: to k *< r'1 .:. '\ lst IJ.:1vll k'.ls< i & nosh, Kill Ce -er
    l2 "Wes: Romans Stieel:. I: COLR D51'Q 'DhICS 8OLIC1'IXD. I IINO.. 3 S. PALAFOX: ST. -- to.











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    DAILY NEWS: PEN3ACOLA FLORIDA TUESDAY MAY 81900. 7 .4 "

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    Tf1E TRAINED DOG PEp. aNALlTIF.S. 'I RECENT INVENTIONS.-------r, ,I .:} ;. !t !

    II. OUR---- .4
    -- I C. n. Darker of Mt-Rae. Ca.. has For csttinc cheese a new device Las ,I .t ., '\ ,

    t ,.1 tt!.' sevt r.tips.: Slid; a la given l'Xow :o Mercer university of a circular table on which the cheese rej j T? .' '\. ; .

    j I'' ! two posts seemed to the o.uuter to : ; }
    or (
    'M-lo
    : : a i :( fatlur who was a jourJ 1n.'J"I.an J '
    '
    I I.. i a ft i.-nit <>f ny on n ape Lalir till: his sun.vrote "Ca- carry the cutting; bar which N mounted''j I ? iwl& -i. ; "
    en a Ifver to di-tii'id iiiti cut ,
    : 4 t.:1 I'CI/Il| in the crock I vall.-ria\ HastSc-aLa," Las: jut did: at : 1
    There bas Ut-u patintcJ ty' a ,,'oUlaD'thl
    the IBM-Bins to hive a Lehone :
    v : c-jnil.ir.uunn of a hair and table, the
    :
    ,' t ali ml daylreak. ve I
    ?. C'o:"::'"CS! ::':::! 1I.bq.: str$ {';tIt'II'r : back of the chair l lung pivuteil: oa t\m AMES :i. r
    t'li' oi'.i: f'( :! <> ('r"('k ,
    'J i -nr ii. i'ul! )t.:ugh, and Hi"v.! ;ill: never again le aelnll.thatd 'i arils :tf.uliil] tn tie (rt'lltIt the seat, .

    :" b';: l.fi'-k dig! sprang j : for BU.V public <..Iti.'tUl'S! with adjustable !K'<:, to !'uit'>rt the l Ia 'k ,. ,
    .
    when it is ,
    inin h ri utal
    a iwsi-
    :> !h and ilu.iZi'J into | :t i.ay U fi.r the! l.t.i.l..u.; 'y." snung : ) '
    : L -- # r.
    *
    : -ban I half a !r. lmti' a I ion.Tin *
    I.trt! Lnnf JoUKton! a nee! ft < 're has! I-('{-:} ,1,- ."rrd n rntr.ry 1.1a/'k. v : : I
    .,
    :11\' rra-liii;; through i BfeMS' TheWorlct rs '
    I'rcid-et: ludflII.: acd: tLe'Inost + ( Triumph "
    erec in
    .. hi ;; Mush which ran Il'l held in one hand
    ;n in banan 1
    t lot autfnlde! !! in .tot."ra! i is iv- to \Uack the shoes \\it bout: moving the / RPSS5I Rrfivinrf.5r
    nf Master
    ilihulte.1 the
    en <- i ulS11 awl t"<"i n: :in:; !a n t.r: >::uut \Va-ihinclon.; arm, the handle! tiiusUtin? of two pivotrJ r PMTSI! ( :
    meubfs. tin nuof which is mounted '
    ;i nl ahnjit n-athol tin 1lsk: ; < p Ile: : <.* I.mrpo"wLo! i a
    I Ii revolving; ; shaft can'j'in,: the brash, w Lpla'the With the like of which thc,
    i >! was a failure, for tl.oiiir'u:: in li.ri: eisrl.ty-fouith: is iue ; I \ '
    \S .
    >, I'tl.'r! hats a tiHitl.iil. head l t( revolve I ancient Norsemen built their '
    i i <'I TI':. 'hl.k! liar .
    ji : .f tinujot! combative of r.ritK'a: prt I I- the truth as the bandits are gripped to- splendid strenrfth and sinew '

    !l.' t i' fiTe. '. i it t,11t! to resign on'ins; to ill! Sl her.. 't' P -beer that nqi with the f lat .
    J' I '! It'-: C ,I of and mait.
    .I .I.I. vor choicest hops
    the
    ground ,
    ?-i ; amt shak- Adollrrnlril Feed 9 i
    \.11'41 t the s-r..Where the 1 IT" Go--rul Joe \Yhd.t military ii i .
    From information derived from various
    .,-L. i7 I is that the Auu-rU-ai. soldier sources and from the analysis of ASK FOR C IG'P'' 1 1r [ Said=; about iOU pairs of f '
    ::' I hs.k'ton J k n 1.!1':," h<- !-ai.l. "1*se heen'j >tatM!<-8 from ]all history to prove this the few saul't.s sent by cOITI' -pood. and ytiu will be repaid i long legged! !abort legged" ,

    .<: a ts'.ruiu. one [>!um;> inch has all his his cuts !t is licicv: many carloads of I slim fat, pussy, bowlegged -
    figures at fingers'Kalpb
    an-tin r nod rouMu't for' tds. seriously adulterated! byproducts of 5r THE CHRISTIAN C0jpeM&fl BREWING Ca I! ; j ) straight legged
    ..k' it out. Ve \\hout Lave been sold In Maine I
    < I.i sec f jest I during + all sort of legged garments -
    ..t 1 turn the rhukeus out to Home of I'hiladelplila.! wbg the past six months, hays Charles! U. CINCINNATI USALEWIS j I of
    .. \\VI!I. iu a uiotith sit of WI1:0: years old when he enlisted last Woods of the Maine experiment station. I as they got out

    u 'in- that's nt the rate of a Feliruary. with the consent of !hU These Fouls for the most part I : ( the boxes and up onto
    half a iu...b-ami always' ; 1. f tables.
    a father. I Is now In the Philippines, a claim) to l>e winter bran winter wheat t our clothing
    t of the l-.t. At last I d tor- member of the Twelfth United: States !I t
    .. I lulled feed Me. Such gouda should! BEAR & CO.. Wholesale Dealers Pen arola J Il'
    ;i n '< .I 1 watt h. S.) this Infantry. : j 500 pairs of pants in one
    '. I I.-t 't'11I ore, watched l. carry about 10 i-er cent protein: the ; ) day is a good but
    .iikl mul.t that J
    kon ui Li* ji\\'.. Now I'm man of Philadelphia: and bis wife will j i I cent to 12 tier cent. The adulterants' DR. MOFFETT'S 1 Allays Irritation, Aids Digestion i \.1\, i i i) what about them? Home

    : ty t.j see !Squire/ Kiifmr.m soon start on an extensive tour of fur- are the refuse" from broom corn factories rrTIIIII n Regulates the Bowels \ i, I are a dollar a pair, good

    :> !"- his < iii'l.riis the same sign travel. They will spend sometime corncobs andluiilar materials. | T Strengthen, the Child. cassimere pants. Some
    I I N ,
    w'.nid haw il it was hanks: in India where Ir. Hoardnua The Jobbers these I dollars
    handling ,
    !goods must ,,, WI11M L L II /-l Makes Teething Easy. ; I are two a pair
    oI"J'I"'all..1" in the liiish. Wei r t
    .u | was l-orn. know that they are not pure goods. I casimere .
    good
    Jj.TEETIllNA pants.Some
    "i"''.:.r Iy the ntk.. laujhin; :; JL (Teething Powders) Relievo the Bov 1\\ .
    .. : .J"'Ut. \Ylifti we reached the RDr.. William Uowt of Cauilrlilsev How far these goods have been !'ohl'.nowinly + Troubles of Children of (i I ;; }) are three dollars a -

    f. uiiJ the water luw. ho n" Mass., founder of die Boston \.. : and how tar dealers! have Costs only,2a cents at Druggists, ANY AGE i I i \ pair good casituere ,

    . a '\1.. farther toward the rivor. ''' Broadway Baptist church, I is the (fld<'st been imposed upon there U no !means '.. f3 nrwahhareut.toC.J.MOFFETTM! D., ST. LOUIS. MO. i i r pant. Some are two,
    t.. a f-iril. the fart ruts tli. I'q. clergyman! in the Ikiy Stye. Uarlnj; of knowing. That the consumers have
    I dollars
    three and four a
    of IInncing; ; alms the madj i! Just celebrated his nluety-tbJrd birth been lmi>osed upon goes without say- i

    ?'I the Lrush on the other tide, day. lie U In good Iwalth. Ing. ealers who are not handling! I : pair.jgood! worsted pants
    "... il'it cuine sneaking\ nut of them are desirous that their sale In1stopped. Investigate the Convertible Term ContractsOF I

    \.\ |LI} IIw I unl the bract cuol'.y: Claus SpreckeU! the augur; magnate: : Some large hou s out..!Je i
    '-' '.. Cur.!. A negro rime out of has spent[ many years In Bcleutifici THE- i -- -
    of the state have sent circulars to the
    r '. ami j joint"] the d..;. The nczrot ; i study and !has become an expert electrician r
    t iinat sack nt which the J.>. lie will himself superintendthe leading jobbers In this state callingi Old Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co. I II I
    i their attention to these fraudulentfeeds.
    .rul again snffetl.'v kli'ii
    ? t ktriu erection of the great electric plant
    _U and I int..recptd the ue;;-.o. be Is In San Francisco. .
    to put up OKFirs-iw WEHT GOV-
    '. tjf ,!brink\ into a hMius! : (pL:ICe.M i DAVID EDREHI, ERNyENTT1tEET 1'EMAlUI.tLA.. W WEDONOT-[
    Lord Ilossjln. though a bankrupt Plraiantrr Ta.1c.
    I.\\.m. rail, the m';:ro said taken:
    f '. i ::1!{> and tunkiug\ ; a huiull: gri- and therefore! debarred from his seatin "I started at the bottom and climbed -- .

    I!: i the house of lords, 1 is trying to getup wp," said the old gentleman. TIME TABLE. '\

    U'uit bate >ou in that Lag.; ?" I asked a limited liability stock companyto "Rut It's much pleasanter tobo :;an. |

    M-vele t"!Lc. manage; himself bis estates and lag," returned the spendthrift son.- J I
    Hiirah?" he ":t tL "Oh. sail, oo'! 1 assets after tbe model of the Lord and Chicago Post. i iTh LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD- buy pantfflfor) advertising -

    i 'it ii' sutid ii f.r muh iim us, sab." Lady Warwick I IS EFFECT JANUARY :7, use.No. >.
    I ''im-'x a little! Kfiim-thii s alive inside I company. 1' ..lmlat'. Lament. to sound

    f 1 see it mt.viug." I said. Zola once accused the late Fran- The test luck any man can have is 6. No. 2. So. I. No. B.I I purposes

    With that the man: dripped the barr 1 civile! Sarcey of crliicfclng plays he never to have been born but that sel- I!, 12tr.oo\U II l1:: lpm Lu.e... P"oul'ola..Arrlfe 4:15pm 1 5llOam i

    dasheil into the hu-.ll, ftiltuMt'd by I had never seen, or peen only In part doui happens to any one.-Unsere Ge- ?: ::lipm;; It:50 5:06arn Dlllbt Arrive..Flomaton..Arnve'.4.rrn.IMoblle.! ...Arrn'e 'I 1f1Mnoou 2t3pm I l2:2onlght 2:85110: ) mt:12prn C tfieaj"e\ buy good pants, it

    i1b'tnnd.. In tIe hag ore found a Cue Sarcey replied that he never criticised 1 sellschaftSOUND !1:31pm: 1:10am ArrlvE'.New' OrJuDL.Arrlve 1:55am 7t5pm ,
    !tt 'hiekrn with the Mayer of the du:? (i| a play until be bad seen It three times, \ etgpm I aaOa m Arrlve..Montgomery..Arrlve'' 111: 'O lit m I 11:30 pm' t
    its Lack nl.cre the U'.i-t: had grabbed marked ; advice to tho=e who have ItO lit m 1:111 pin Arrive Nashville; Arrive 2:21: a m tine lit m pants J Ji that are made of
    studied the leading parts and It:5: noon rUam: Arrive .Lom.vdle..Arrtve!' IIlt pm : 2taam t
    Itrh.r our i\vein we returned, and the effect on the audience. and, hUddpr trr.nbles. {Is 4:i'' p no I 7t15 a m ; Arrh'f' ...t'tnclnnatL.Leave I lIt pin I 11uupm '.
    ..b..o1" rearhed the "I.t[ where the dog: ; to take a safe, sure medicine like i
    fct apiH-areil 'Ae t-uteied the scrub and Adolph Luetgert the Chicago! sausi FOLKY'S: KIDNEY CVKE. It always BETWEEN PENSACOLA AND JACKSONVILLE good goods; pants providedwith

    relied forward. expecting: to Cud the i age maker who was convlfted of the b..n..tlt the KlbSKYS. W. A. D'Al-

    h, .t distance.Ve!i helot cone more :56 night 11':' a m ......... ...... I'ensncola.Milton I,I. ll: fatuous treat: Vane hounds to raise I
    tl ", "'.I yards when ".e ratue the A Mere Trifle.f I 1:5: >< nIKht 1t'lam .. .-. 10: 'UDm 6Opm ,
    upon money to carry his case to the supreme I 418 a m \ ::2i a in DehunlKk, Hprlngs ti.inpmMpm 2:41) pm'
    r..: .im; <>u his Lark, t'Utilius; in the the trial his I itluaat: 10:1I am... nlpley I : I:57pm: home ; front pockets, watch 1 t
    -. *t and une.bwt"ns. \\'" hurried I court. Hiring Ii i 7:iu) a m 11:15am .....Marlanna. RlHpm5ilpm 12:1)5: ) noon
    I r..1 m a few iniuiites reached I>u it. a all of his iu his defense. ..... 1M! p in .. .. >eJacksonville. X:4: pm..... ..... ........ .
    s k. h"IU."-t"a.l.'ilb erldeiici-s of money .. I' 7:23!: D m .. 11:10: lit m .... ..... ..... I pockets, fro watch your
    tii-1., I pr. .t il\ 1'itMory., this was the max'$ sous of the late Count of Aquila. .
    I. e r.cot a diK.r, returned to the I money pockets nights in
    i King: Bomba's brother.Jme: just won
    s :. \ s "'i and lure him to the Lou e. THE ORIGINAL .
    I a suit against the Italian governmentfor : .
    1! : t t I children\ were distraeted.a .
    .. .. '. r who! wa' stliunioiicd said I the restitution of the value of their PA case !you wife wants to see or

    fathers private property g5NtO. .
    .3' i id! u t lire.t' Kin Band Rouu .
    -'I and my friend wereI 1 which was confiscated when Garibaldi \IER uik1 if she is vetting half of '
    I I all you bate beard.nntid !. took Naples 3!> years ago. .Prince BOTTLE ,

    !t''' : the facts with moreti Louis Is married to American girl,

    ,: .. .:. 'tJorl'. Miss HamcL S..t FillEDMAX, your income) pistol pockets
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    !
    that the man bad not ac-

    .. shut blmaelf, for his was a Piopnetor.A, .
    !tarn.!l.d 1 vhotjiu'i, whereas the A I.otion''hat llrninvri Frrcklen.To and rej 'esll1llent pockets- ..,;

    s ,1 !f..i th.- chart< l'I'\'ot was uiu.le by remove freckles mix om oun iof, / ". .
    I.' I.-'i, :. ..f lar ,' caliber, A" > KOIt I.
    as was
    ;:
    lemon of dram otpondered f
    juice u quarter a Madam-All. ray dear did you evesee r
    tl .
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    > it t iI"lntl.tt.l.. The .
    \\ : in"- HEALTHFUL
    ... boras, half! a dram of pal such; a l bill? High.Grade \
    -.1. He !lintl with his Liquors.
    w'l'i ixiil 1 sugar; and let it !'tantIlnt ;glass: I Sc-rulK (thiuUin-! -; loa'kwarJ.8) ;
    : .It the bank t>f thoriver. AND
    1 i 'tut that be owned a d.g.I ) for n f.l:1 ',,; then apply it and let 1 It t tht: !'" a little one I-New York Journal Silver !Itrun] Private tOCk S Hen

    :I.. I that the tins whi -h IiI i (. l dry on the skin. Or apply with a linen liE 1ES Hanlin0111' :MHIIVrv. FIII ; .
    .1.I i 'en thief was owned Lyn i cloth two teju-upfuls! of soar milk. If f Alter IiaUrippohai? fUnu FiiwlnriiiV (-luateil! Old! Pri- WE[ SF1.1t ll .

    the nrsro worked! an-1 I a ;girl frockl.' easily" she should !kfi-i|>I Usually a racking: rough and a I t"at.. "ork.1i: : Y*>:ir-OI.I ; old 1

    with the i-rrit eve.t: this lotion and use it fret! "-ntly. ln'iiyranful :.. }retleralfeeltltnfweakue l '::. FOI.IO'-! :-\Ilk \\1.: KntiifLiNrtic- .
    it :IVI.I.T. Tu.r! ttn- II' not to allow it to touch bri H"XEY AM: r.vii i i.. LU'lratl"tI! tIear. ) \ 'u.ii "'I! Purity; Mini{ L"t- of Oticrllr 4
    i hid trained tl:- I.I ash ryes.Lalies' Home Jourr.al. u the "eripp" p njjrh" and tiak! ii dwiiidi! space: wil1lot ptr-
    : :..' tn liri.:! then alive rOil strong: aud well.V.. A. })''\I- 4 1i. ? uu''I iinMitiiii.

    .' :ri-, ch'-"- \rlilt..v.i....-. .. .. fa" .-tni/>ertp. 1' I I 'fh.. I I.'IT'.'>': '1'111 J.t O"II'r PII".wl
    "' >> ;th 11!... killill! tif "": -- -- ; I \IJi'ttliVlu..fey! : -'iiil\VnuKijiuly -. WOOL l r PANTSS : .
    '.j' I r'v"'jbr., era, ('I.L.\ "..I'... CATARRHcaTRin C ..'10. C rt 0 1:1:. :t ..I1lTI \.. t I 1..1' ; l">f.Ti .
    i r.> ..11'1'oC biscd ; !-." he trII': .. L..' !;';..\ Be--: i,
    \ .It III' \I (
    .; for. -!.' iti Ft 1:1: ,.et : ;t EIYS ,j.r:1'7" : a..aIi TRY vQ1. ? J\\:: rr2J: I is CE11 :Saia Wily.' ".',

    M BALM .,f'-.Jt.-; J., ,' .. ... .. I.
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    aoC ar f t t :' ; II, FRllln' 1'.1"1 ttll t'
    i "t '- : .rr11 1 ? i p' CihW ; A CASE \\" '. rciLlntr> to h vtry I'trlN. Solid! as a rock: i'I.tin or f.uiry pat- .' '. .
    : the.: \'. ..1n }). li>'t : ," s. Il.t '!. 1 !' N W 1'. > BoI" T-I. I'll'- I 17'. terns l for i2.: ;&) that will keep au ably ,
    ;. ti"! :i-i t '. (vItfr'tralllr marl (lrfrIb1C- '. .
    : ';'i.\1 l.\. H.A.

    .. I.,1. ..1 '..;"-11.iit'-'(V oilii-ntiiy. ftsCrcalllll: tlii Jit&t u.haf i/nir erred jic.r ... bodied man bUy nights and days to ,
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    .. : d ji-vi ati Fa: :-' III : 1,1.. ,I' 8 .cuRR/.:-rut''. full a .* "ia/'s- '
    y5 wear them out in u and for
    i ej'lww. ff hi.i ; roc '. 'l'IIU. .' In', 11(' \,ct. /'., I *im, 4'' Fini-lt'fi nut I. select .." : year ,
    ittjlflx i vUi.lt ... : '
    .1.1..1 l .i< very to ye i,;.1'!'<:'1l.' VtUCOLD'1d.I.'J': ," ''N HEAD I I (Illf'. S: -. ',. M: 'H T HI: H 0 Ii E \! f.J.; ti, some n"-.v fancy ca?siuer \if\0: .', ,-

    \ '-\ jted.I I W::'I alpntit ', .
    ,. pants, lapped: seams anJ creased 1 '
    1 -'olrt'' wntl'ir.t-1 tae td.Mtor It ii|" 'M.ml: : i ii si's the N is l'isir" : !
    Ail.u.lurt Hum' aiiMi Ilt.iinj Irntfltin DAY -
    EvERY *
    and his lujihowl.iitml i'i-nii'i .mi-. Itretoresth. -< i-, -..1I' ,.t, ? WIIDfw knee ,
    > < : ) UKluae to \\i':::I and Sao \\t. t iti r.*- Mz* 5 iii.*. tit 'Ui rti.t- orb.I :; I 't
    nail 1 I)1'' Ilk h\ nm I. o-AT 0 i ..
    E'I.1:1:1I1'nI: : : : :-. ; It ...
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    .> I was )ho.iu! out for ".: W : ,
    urn'U..I.t. ;Ni-w Voik.
    I thuuc'ut it was U.d, t t. ... 'ut I
    1 -. .'ia som.thia tu-nv inI w Hl'LL & KLEIN'SIttammoth ( ".'

    I let fy. I wa t-si h;,: a 31nnhht \t'ltr..iOln.. 1 i 1% t :

    ,. ...'.r". :It.111,1\ tell the truth On May I 9th, ll1NI.! the Y P. P. t"of .1.i
    t Me nil 1 van to make\ upi tin liiv! -.ili-t! church will nit : :
    I i I.v accident and squared' Retail .i'i
    r W WHY
    Grocery 8AY !
    !:. ",,i:1.1) It i'ltizon. the! lir"t grand moniili_ht I'xc"lr-i"1 I ,
    ---- .'f lilt' -ea-nn. TiiH grJ-lIilJla: and :i I '
    '. .. ', large: barge; iiave ht-t'ii chartered! foihe r
    :1' 'ilnn and lb I'lioiir. .
    limit 502-50-1 SOUTH PALAFOX ST-
    occasion. Elegant: : music ; rpfreliniPtit" \
    .r I'.il I! ;iierfele.1 th> trlr.! .
    r ..:1! was denied .'y the "*. Aiiipif will acoiitniiniil.ition be t-rvfil l y willit thladi
    1 1 icua:t* any immediatei II l j' 1t ,
    I DKiili* for all u hoiih timo. Fill I I.
    .' in oUxtrK-ify.\ (.'btneM' particulars! be ;r\'tlll1t'r. PatronPW and Old, are Cordially Invited to Visit and Inspect pants for $I.iathat() are imply great. : .
    '!ul 1 its ritten; siica, ale their lmmet-e tock.; : .
    I .' intricate, as t<> My rttekxni"bic Beer. Patronize our Pantry it pays.THE ; ;; :,1
    Acme ,
    -. ; !., ltd'. r///'
    .. A i.i
    -Ir.
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    ; .- 6. red tl.ein tlvfs: "-' Ji..alrr i ;' 4
    a (Chino i.ir''*ar f: \

    .' sil tumue, Idlrlf'J! : THE BEST: BEER SOLD IN !1LV $ Three Regular :; ..i i.-.. ., '. .
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    ; the
    iifiviBj >tatwn nil l'hoc.'latt' Cream )[jntIr"r". PKNSACULA.Danuhcisscr :
    it.I ','r*- latH3 {' i. i"bs-! : 't" 11
    :ln> : t
    If vour dealer has not got them telh I Meals Each Day ,
    : 'u : l.l Mi Uitthod.iV -
    il
    < :: >l-e HOTEL
    Bros. $
    in to get them. "
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    to "a<'li "-,1'.1 in n die .
    ti-.i/-tt.hiii: : : n'Hi.ctaK; : to 25c Each \ .'' .
    "- <' "civedMh] tltir :apliroItMII. The best 5 cent Cigai: AGENTS. .r'Olt'1 (., -
    .' : ON EUROPEAN PLAN. ;Y"- _;--- .

    ".!"Fite, ill t1.s! !linrarJ and on the market is the 3 AYSD' Sold by 1I L Ferry ail; il1. Tales S.t I i V,. ') .'. .<'

    4 .'I-1-..-it-", :1111.it is....lt.t-A elv.1 C"'UI.m:1| ,.\a: ty! DURHAM. Try them at t - ,- Restaurant Attached, Open Day and Night. LEVYPOU t 'ti ,

    :',. i l I.y his it.rr.p.i'ident or D'Alemberte's.Medical The Jug TradeIs rr lt
    .!, nt' hrritu: tj.M:-. Blast; OYSTERS, FISH AND GAME OF ALL KINDS: IN HEAbON. : M

    x 'IMi'iilioht1 riauti-.cn.! and..tal)!''"1's that: graph his !Society Attrnlion. Our pecial ty.*: Special Orders at Any Hour. : ',IJ $',: ;iI: ,

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    'i: 'iI'tui..o! in :San I'raii- There will be a regular meeting o f DdIH'fand tlsfactioiy t' .'\
    'ISIe: three ( 'hilll"1't' attend- 'the Pensaccla Medical Koc.ety a Prompt RATES :-From $1.00 to '1.50 per Day. ) LODGING : coil .; .*-'It i 11THE ..1

    'a-il.itury l.msr.aje of Health office at i io' y Guaranteed. j .
    gives the Board Florida '
    513 and 519 S. South Palafoi Street. IVnsacnla / 25 and 60C ?
    "I I telejihimic ivMi't The (: ock p. j1.TUl.'ttday.r:1Y S and :!L! Dannheisser Bros ;
    I ery pare lout distance Visiting physicians lore cordiauiuvited ,

    ','i:"i'l'iit t''n::y vitli the whole mare satKfaoKusll.li 1'jcilio- i to D.attend.McMiLLAV.: M. D., i 401 south Palafor St., The Big\ Down Ton .CMiiiers : ;.f.; ti ;

    ''. ." I I TRY Y T TB N W WANT ijtUMH I '
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    k 'I'.aar, lllti-trkity: ; speaking| and Cam-ub- ,l 1 E. F. BRVCE, JI. D., President;. :I Phone So. IItJ. P. O. Box 2S1 I 'C r'l:1 I IIi

    Phone! '.'GS. 509.611 S. Palafox St. : '
    : Secretary.:! 1SntI : railroad! : Exchange -
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    8 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MAYS' 1900.


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    ii i iii i : m HIM ii i i i 11 s sJ I; DEATH OF A HISTORIC OAK> f;;. -_ -
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    MARITIME.i V .r-v v v V'7 ;; v -. a ,._
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    FAITHFUL DAN. MR. JOBSON'S ''It Saw M..7 Q.**p SIkU !. the r

    i Cease of IU 300 Year of Life. j

    j VwadbkOripin,1115RyoergFunchal ABRITKD. to BAD BREAK. J I I Another of the historic treea of TaU { COHEN ,

    I WBKeyaer& Co bot has perished. Nearly !300 years ago :
    Daa. the newsboy, got off the train at I MiimimmimmiMWhen
    the oak of Lloyd's hill near Illllsboro. ,
    Niagara Falls and found the conductor I SAILED. the Jobsons were about halt I I on the Talbot side of the Tnckahoe
    converging with two women. "Oh, bat I i Rut bk Alma Mathilda, Dompe, Conway f
    way through dinner the other evening river was described In a writing still '
    yon must take her somehow!" he heard CLCAKID.AmicbLymnnML- Mrs. Jobson began to toy with her fork. I i extant. FRIEDMAN *

    the younger of the women exclaim in a She looked reflective.
    w.ll5.) B'lite.nyJnoA: There Is no known record of Its dimensions 1
    didrt"l't'll"oIce.. "You see, there ain'tany I "Thinking about some perfectly! lovely
    M-rrlll ACo.: for fhUadelpbitt! with 7jOuUI but It had a mighty: trunk.
    other way to send her and her mother fl tiesHrsa I crepe de chine waist goods that you saw

    eipwts her Hire, and she'll be at the ; lIob lm.UIB. Fotrbv (tears. I>un- today for only $.=:V a yard I suppose?" Its magnificence was in Its branches: f & 00. :
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    wody; ( 0. fur Dordrecht with "I.OI-J' ft whose amplitude was extraordinary.The t
    said Mr.
    Jobson observing Mrs. Job-
    station to take her off, and she'll be a I' sawn rimbor.?*>,ftM It dual and board,
    son's thoughtful expression. shadow cast on the ground by the
    valued $1>.1"0
    trouble
    real good girl and not you one
    Nor aa ordJ>OI. !Ir t. Rtoltz. hr Paari "_S .)," replied Mrs. Job"on abMraoteilly outspreading limbs under vertical !
    bit. Won't you Bessie? ; DunwodjrA with 25, f.c ft hewn timber c.
    "it was not that but I was thinking sun made a circle whose diameter was RACKET .
    d j .
    "Say. I'll kinder keep an eye on the ""L I.'< at$11,175.I'ie0t2sftdawn: timber, : I\"t I more than UN yards. Decay fastened (
    kid if that's all you want. Dan said .ttwu deals, tar Malaga, valued at i.7:;.JI "Aliout abet a sin and a shame it is ) I

    awkwardly the women. "Don't know i I that Mrs. Putonlujjs down the block orders upon the tn-e; then some years ago an F' : ;(
    made huge wound side,
    axman a one I-
    much about children but I guess some of ;I AT QUAKAMTIi'I. an 'an.som when she wants to take

    the women will tend to her." He gave 1! Span n! Gracia, SIS: C'lrard, CienfuegosIto in the bargain counters while your closefisted and the tfl"''. boinz: too old to heal itself -

    , an inquiring glance at the conJuetor.I I i'" Br Uult n Transit Tonno,Co 1171, Penwil!, Havana to husband think that a start car gradually rotted. Recently someone We are Offering This Week !
    be for that stuffed the hollow with dry k-avei
    of
    s ought to good I.n..uh sort
    "All right; I'm willing. Jump aboard i I Gulf Transit Co
    1 I Am ch Davy CrockettU, )Mrntt I thing: I suppose1' interrupted: Job- and brush and sat it afire at night. The i
    r will you? We're late now. And the :
    Ooataconlcos to S ts Leo
    amiably
    son for miles around was illuminated. IMMENSE
    country
    conductor waved his hand. It bk Monte A,7'i'i.l"ondonn8. :Marseilles i BARGAINS
    answered Mrs. Jobson. smiling
    to order j jl I II "Oh no. After the fire burned out the
    ry Dan reized the child and placed her l It bk AI Mrto, iw.\ Caaarano Oaegles! to'! "but I mi just a little puzzled about
    remainder! of the giant oak was cut
    , lightly: on the platform, and the trains Rays<>i-o Uroj i I money matters. I don't know whetherto tIN
    began to mote. He listened to the parting It Ilk Aurf-lo Schiafflao. 5::a, PbIIllPPlni.1 down and carted away. I
    g"t""Well-
    directions of the two women and I Marseilles to UOIKSCO iros! I IH The highroad over the hill where fl1 .a,
    bk Kochele I'.vm.Tusio. Mftr8"illf to' in case of doubt get Ym both. '
    threw back the silver half dollar one of ItoxHnCO KroS interrupted Mr. .Job "II. "I know what this oak stood was a line of travel ShIrt

    thfm tried to slip into his hand with atoss It bk \rrnonta. MM. -Jcott. ('adz: to order it is tlint'a worrying you. You dun't across the iH-nlnsiila from Ilt'la ware to o:4eS': W
    his heed he "I I ier nit Fioneer, 11"Ib..rtd., Loadou to I
    of as shouted ain'tno lll
    order know whether to ask me to buy you that Hadaway's Ferry, on the l-ay bide of s
    porter and I'm a-doin this to 'tli'e $S> law dress that'l\'l' saIn the win- a t
    Talbnt. whi'iiv then was a packet forty .- s
    yea: : dow the other afternoon L, dle V :- -
    THE SIIIPP iU.I or to nll,1Iail the Chesap t I
    route across -
    Then he took her into the car and left
    into giving chuck fur the
    same
    I me you a
    her to amuse herself with the rolls of I that whirl around ake to Annapolis.The .

    i. loteDfTPs while he made a hip through! VXHHKL8 IN POST I and amount make so the young you worn can n behind the oak In those olden days was f DRESS GOODS I '

    the '
    other cars. ITBAHSHirs.BrBIenhflni. dry CMMM junk counters weary of lift" sometimes called "The Quaker Tavern ,

    Ky the time he got back she had made U4!>. (0'01. eld for HordrtchtI "It l-u't so mush the subject of dress! ,'' because the Delaware\ Friends 1 l I
    I Korettbruoli, li"A, Mann, to I' lh..colaI
    friends] with the aisle who
    lady
    a across "
    Lumber Cortr that I'm thinking about Mrs. Jolwou after having assembled at Camdcn f
    offered to share hr berth with the child! I, J... -+:>+<+---_ rl. .
    Ieathaeld, in: McKenzie. to W 8 cut in. "although of course, I do ruttl .o made their pilgrimage: by this route to f < e
    + and before the afternoon was over she K, y er Co little"- !
    iVij. I W many the Third Haven meeting house whereOeorge Ir"s o
    all -oaaM.slrelino azaogit to I.j
    and.
    playing the
    r was games over car f '
    "Yes. I know
    \\'lItlell" t'o you do. said )Ir. Job- $
    C Dan's intense she bsistl'ol i Fox preached: and Lady Baltimore
    to amusement, I 1, Nor Nordpol, 2IJS, Stottx, eld for Algiers, sun. "1 saw a pair of nil hoiiie dippers y lIos1er1 1I
    i on eating; supper with the man who had :Mslazeanti lilurnltar trimmed with jrilt: pnv-ementerie(' in n IIIt.tlllimn Penn to attend, theyearly I !

    made the greatest fuss over his !berth SHIPS. window.lay that I know you ned the meeting! ; long; \before there was t I

    but who. Bessie insisted "looked justlike (irr August 14'i. jHburg. to order any town of Easton to extend to them :;) -
    Nor l'a.tbeua.llsl.Urombrrg.to order 'i worst way. They're only >lx. Th.-" I II I
    grandpa. :Nor Western Monarch l.ili, Jobnafii, to I, saw a bat in an I' street window today! its hospitality. The oak on Lloyd's hill
    He slept soundly for the day had been Peanacola Lumber Co Our Line of Ladies' Skirts i |1I"
    j' that you need so bad that: it's a wond.rto was their regular noonday stopping ,
    a tin'some one but after awhile he baron j
    BARES.: me that you can manure to gel to place. Here they would\ rest and feed unequalled in Styles, Workmanship au.i *
    dredin. lie Bessie
    lo thought that had '
    Alfredo.. h7J.: :M.gueltiltnhTorre '
    sleep! without Moral. It wn s ceimio-.ed| their horses and unpack and cat their l> Low Price.
    inewed gum till she grew smaller' and >Andruke, luil, Conu-lHt-a, eld for "
    of one-eighth of a yard of khaki ,'II't'Slitl I
    .
    Euialltr! and finally nothing but lit t'ltWtWIMMtUu lunches.
    was a > Ctiletulu, !+<, SeHho;, to Kix IItllblDon a small d<.ad va gull, and the !rte ..nit t Our Stock in Shoes 1 :
    tIe sugar image which be WUD about to< Heron Island In Miles river Is now
    read, "OnlyV Then I sea some
    eat when I'ort Emelia Elvers, 777, Goncahes tm'll'ss.n 0111 and gnarled! cedar, for I
    ,11I'4'r'-thu' what cull il.n'l
    "very s Is that will ,
    fur yon so great you be more than: 1
    Crash! ipono
    I'merThambarskelver, ",II. Hillu'sen, it?-"very Ioh''r'-f'r-lan'I\t'r colomli 1 1I many years the only tree on this barren t pleaded: in t Selections and l'ricesinourMaw-, .J
    Dan awake In instant be
    was now. nn (o order I i I silk Moikinghlooked like on lids! to me waste of sand, was recently cut moth Shoe Department. I
    Of'u rushing toward the sleeper. Itus LouU, H73, Jans-,011, toW 6 Keyser "I 1 j
    I that noed I know '
    you a heap. only down and burned for fuel by some oys- I j

    There was a second crash, and a tearing CoIt Lncaruna!. Uennaro to Ro-a;>co Bros ]I I $+;.:; ;) per pair. Then I saw a pair of tertnen who were cast away there in a f.) Millinery.The. :
    sound and the end of the
    car was It Madonna: Pumped 7nl, t'l;luI, to ,, real tropical Mays made out of satin of I The cedar valuable landmark t
    torn off awl a cloud of stoam rushed in SiLo I Ii | the color of a Cape Nome Minuet that IdOll't storm. was Latest Styles at the Lowest Price The i il
    and about him. i, Nor 1'roles-or Johnsen lead, Olsen, to I I to the river sailors.! TerritoriallyHeron .
    MV how jou're going to gt along Greatest: Selection of Ladies Hailor Hat
    orderI j ji
    The shock thrt.bim off his but island Is III
    feet Qu.'t'nnul' coun
    I It PaolaMndre. Inli."chiH31n.Tto58LCo without: only Z'I.;:'. Oh. ''r'I. mind I
    P he crawled\ on. He must reach the sleep I U l'rr"'p..ro. Megluirl, to C Torre I saw a whole lot of chameleon silk skirts ty. It belongs to the estate of the late Clothing and Gents' !
    There Itessie be had Iran itiiie. Ida. Skov. to order
    er. was ; promised
    Colonel Kit-hard! :1I01t.on.-Eastl1n.
    i, one for each day in ?'ie week that nre
    ' take her. It Am Ve-Uu.li. 77V, Kok"r, to E K HaunlHr .
    t to care of seemed ages bee "') |i bin; slaughtered for only $1.", per. How (Md) Letter in Wilmington News. Furnishings. .

    o fore hi reached the platform. Overturned Nor Va utu, ".x). SI..Ipn. to order J you'ie going to confine to go ou living
    the track bcfoie him the ItVdelnta.arl.1'nltsto K'Haico Rrog I
    a on The dim light of the was early morning sleeper. j i,, Am Willard Mudgett, "/I, Cu>cord, to i I and putting up a bluff nt contemme'ii II In ElLlim Now. A New Line of shirts and Half Hoe at ;
    gray without that biimb of skirts i is sirmrtlon. "
    SSLCo Prices which will astound
    "A good ; the you.
    just showed its outlines. Further than I many years ago says
    I SCHOONERS.: that gets me. fly the way, I saw" Philadelphia Ilecord, "Jay Cocke's [
    that he could nut lit e. .* m Elsa: A Kaylta.iJ2.! : Balloon, to master ,I "1 wouldn't have any of the things: jouI Mattings Carpets
    He could hear cries inside retddence. Osoutz.: was the p ,
    and through Am 1,11'tH'"t"r., 4j5, Boinriv: He. to country J
    I mention if they wee given to me. said
    , of the windows head Inn .0\ Merrill & Co show of the It
    fine a was thrust. plate countryside was
    > HUM riu 6u.la\ 311 Konsen to orderI { Mrs. Jobson. "Hut the sprint is coming Window Shades.
    .
    ;
    With his heels he broke the glass of the I I A IljalmaraSAzelsentomaster.Ant ou, and the course one his t.- looked upon as n marvel of architectural ,

    window Dearest him; then! he crawled on :; Lyman W law, 1154, Ulake, eld for r
    I "Oh. yes, one has t., cut in Mr. JoK beauty and richness, and no Just Received: another Carload of :\Iattio
    s.
    rbllitd Ipbm
    the and
    to turn until next finally next he reached breaking the fourth.each In I I I Am Willie L Newton, Kn, Coomba, to son. "I hive tll, for instance. I have lo drive through the Clielten' hills! was Come and !get your St>Selections they are

    This here Bessie 'iunpon" CoP send that dinky topcoat that I've had for itimplete without n visit to the Cooke Beautiful Patterns at Low Prices.

    a was was. a bundled years or so to the! cleaner'swhen estate. At that time the station: WK' f
    Hire he crawled iu, but there was no CLKAKK1J AND BAILED FOB PEN- blithesome spring crawls round
    known York Load and the little r
    one in the berth.It MAI OL.ATCAX8HIP8. ns
    lighter The have < every year nod try to get it into siuh village; surrounding It was content F Our now Mm
    was now. sun must See and fie Conrifced i
    I Kxrnlcia.Kr.217u. Hamburg April 10Euk I shape that I can juggle another SI'aSIIIIout ,
    cume up very quickly. I ro, >paa l.'iTt; Lamnaia. Liverpool of it, and the cleaner's hired mUll with the plebeian name of Shoemak-
    Then a smell of smoke revealed the Aprils ertown. Then both station and town
    grins at time I call for it. Then
    I lilt' t.\ cry
    Fal.st.f Invcrsnald. Br,17fl2. Hull March is
    cause. The broken !lamp at the end of LBnim-Tinoor Br, iv.'j. Lasceller, at Tyne.Mch i i I have to dig around the closets t,. :>cv were renamed Ogontz. Hut now the b YOURS AXXIOUri TO PLEASE,
    the car bad set the bedding on Cre.Thruugh I : 21Kulh I! if I ca a't tinA some old fruzxli-il. moth former honu of the great financier has
    the broken windows peoplewere ,, Nor, 2i Yt. al New Castle March 15 I
    anitrteld, tlr.III.. Casr, liuiiiue, March 1 eaten suit: of clothe to have pat'hiti up been turned Into a school, and it is
    and and there
    Cohen Friedman &
    rushing, men Co's
    women I
    w i and turtle) and ,1),1 l. so Ihat 1 aboutbave quite overshadowed by the palaces uf ,
    acid shrieks all sides.
    were on
    groans '
    Suddenly from beneath a pile of cloth !I Vcnthe, Nor. IS: 7, >Raait ld Aotwero Do Itads.Nwedwil.atTableBayFs' 1 to greet the gentle Eastertide: with William I. Elkins. P. A. R Wldener,
    I the hand down that I struggledthrough !
    me rags RACKET STORE.
    ing he saw a tiny baud thrust out end he i I! John P. Stetson and other men of
    -iollvla,1'iorI/1 Hid Iou )lar"b'II the told weather with. Thin I
    heard a stilled cry. I Bertiand Sor, &14. sid Leer March 10 j j hate to look OUT that elderly! tusk of wealth. And both Ogontz and Ash- Mail Orders Attended to Promptly.

    Eagerly be pushed aside the bel1'YLIml.t't ':"IO lb".It.rJ3. Hivre April | variety comedian huts that I'\e had ipI IllIrnl'llltlon:4 have disappeared, and

    !! and pulled the child out. By Kntrro. Bald Tunis l>eo aiKublo I time in ilosct for so and In their place: is Tlklns midway be-
    my
    It. 5.H, did >aple* Sept: 1!, ashoreNova many yours
    the light of the flames, uow rapidly nearing !/ near Port Royal 'j see it I cau't lit upon one ll-at'Il r."verseurtd I tween' them." .. .
    them he could see how white she ;ld'tsItit,1171 I .ld Marseilles March 2SMa ,|I get me through another list: lruj ) j -- -:- -': *VA &. (.l..o.:; 2w3L..:: -;- -; .'.
    looked and her closed.Cvuld tituo Casattoua. H, ll'/: bid beaux
    were
    eyes I 1 MarchIvxntHUrrn.\I I spring. Oli, Vue bus to' nil right I.lrsI -
    be be too late? SIr. 7'Iq, old l\uclata'H March 1''|I Jolivni-that i/o. I have to. I, howl'\t'r. I Smoke DURHAM Cigars -

    He tried to climb out of the window lolmu IrgiMiii. Nnr.sliChrtstiamandr.ov leatohanne. ''i am the only one mound this cniahli-di- Try The News Want Column.
    but the seat on which be stood, broken Si r, aid Toimbur* DecK << UI I who 'has remeiubt-r. at D'Alemberte's.
    I aid St Nnz" Apl 10 I I went to, yuu'll
    1'1' Jitstpb. Nor.S'u ir I
    by the crash fell beneath his weight and
    j aiid"-
    Mann Mnrgaretliu, bd, a.d Copt 'TownMarch I _
    he thrown ba k into the lie --- - - !
    / was < car. : :.:! j "1 didn't start to talk alxmt clothes at i
    1 struck and there tttchele K. It. old Genoa :March :'tMnrerla.lt.Md
    heavily was a sharp "
    [ all said Mis. Jobsoii. "The thine; that
    pain in his h.'nd nod little Bessie almost ,.. Hanitiurg.. 1 I'm in iuaud.iry alum !is"- !
    Melu-lnc. .lu f '. ld I\b.Hnne.: Feb 2 fell from his arms. fit-in. II.K.N rlil Mar-ellli March 1') "Well. I'm afraid you might as wellc'ne F. E. BRAWNIRSPRING

    lie seized the broken bell rope thnt hung iVn-aoo. a. It. !>..'. ild Uoooapill 4lliHlto. :, j up ll'ut idea of joins of baling a 1
    U-r. HIM, llh'iib.irz April
    from its rings and placing the child on
    J-lUO mint"month-at-the
    lUi'lielio P.lt.WB. Marvt-llU-i tfl 27 -1'aris-cxpieilion-
    his back, bound the cord around and -iiubad, Nor, Cl.'i, aid London March I'll i iueluding-all; 1s.nwY ticket" said Mr. l
    around thus binding her tightly to him.
    | Jubsou.Vhal ,I.) joii want to go to the
    Theu be tried a second time to gaiu the i I'arU for You
    exposition anjhuw
    1 ORCHARD AND GARDEN. I weieat
    window. This time there was! a handheld the Chicago fair for a month, ami it

    t down to help him and iu a moment Never plant pear trees 'n a wet soil you imagine; that they'll ever put up a -. SALE *[
    be felt the soft grass beneath him and I: better show than that in Prame or anywhere -
    there was a sudden movement of the little Tl-e peach will thrive best If planted I!I else you'ie mixed Mrs. Jobson.

    Uxly pressed close to him. on plum stock I i that's all. An) how there's a whole lot

    Then there was a terrible whirring J Mo"s on trees Is an almost; certain In- : left of the United States that you ha\en't .
    sound iu life .ears and the blackest nighteemed : I --- -- -- --- --- ---- .-- -.
    t5i d-rntiou of \lack of thrift. | seen and that it'll do you good to bee and
    --" -- -
    to settle over eerytbing., and be '1 i if you w ant to blow in $ { )"- i
    i It I N advisable cultivate close
    i ; not to
    i became unconscious. I I "You are perfectly well aware that I
    around the trees to depth. We have Received Our Line of
    f News of the disaster traveled fast and up any wouldn't cross the water again for all Spring Up-to-Date

    when the trpin bearing the wrecked pas- Elm or hard maples are hard to ex- .', the wealth of India," said Mrs. Jobsoti.

    stingers drew into Detroit there were 1 vl as shade trees around the house. : "If you will be good enough to listen tll Dress Goods Ladies' Misses' and Gents'
    hundreds of anxious friends inquiring for ,
    p. I If the orchard has been In grass fori me for halt a UlII"- ,
    dear ones. Strong men were crying and "Oh. I know:" exclaimed Mr. JobMin.clapping .
    i
    i should be I
    j some years, it not plowed Shoes and
    laces were white with horror as they listened ; his hands in sardonic imitation Furnishings Slippers.

    to the story of the dreadful colH- I deep. I I of the joyfulueis of a chiliL "You're ,

    sins :, lenwally It Is best to wait until the worried about what I'm going to get ''
    you
    In one corner faint and weary, sat a I I Jj [)uzAti :Men's French Neck Balbriggan 20 Dozen Ladies' Hleevele- Vest", 30-inch Holid and White Durk
    buds 1
    swell before
    i for funny
    3 tad faced mother while her husband begin to beginning I your birthday present rndpr hirt .lt 25: cents each ; Lila Thread our price 25c each or | our price. . . . . .
    to graft didn't think of that before., No? Not; '
    wandered hither and thither in vain i that ? Well there's we characteristic Drawers to matgh. $:'..j5 dozen I Yard-Wide Kea Inland Cotf-u

    3 search for their child. Sawdust "ml wood chips around the I you |Misis.. Mrs. Jobson that I wi j.h 30 Dozen M<>n'* Fancy or Colored 12 Dozen }fpn' Fancy Silk Front :, . .

    r "A little girl with blue eyes?" repeatedone I wood pile make a good top dressing for you J endeavor ID oorrwt. I've been try- !Pads" "'root Cndershlrie: at 25 cent Fin"om shirt*, our price ."+)c. each : 1 Yard-Side Fitchvill ISIcHi\

    of the passengers after him. the garden. lag fur the past 1MJ minutes to get you to each ; Drawers to match all sizes. I ed, made by Lonsdale ( "

    1 "Let me see, there was one, but-ht'rr. i Where there Is a good variety of tell me what this quandary| is that you 30 Dozen Men's French: Neck Hilbri I 20 Dozen Fancy and White silk I while it lasts .. . . .

    porter perhaps you can tell the gentle :1 fruits grown there is less risk of complete i began to talk about hat you're to utterly irun or Fancy Undershirtnice Pleated Bosom Shirt, our price (;LOP); I fill Pieces! Latent Calico at. ,
    "
    mac. Aud the passenger hastened away. I failure. I lacking iu diicctness I that jou've, IK-TIT quality at 45 cents each ; Drawer to all -i:es.We .
    'flu'rl' was one child killed sir," the beating tilxiiit the bush and humming and mitch. carry the Unrest line of :Men' I I-Ca-a Pahlbun'd Jitii'l. in

    porter replied slowly. "1 hope it ain't I,I One object In pruning the grape IsI : hawing Imtil"I I I I 10 Dozen Men' H-MV.V Weight and Mv Colored :.Shirtla the Citynt ; Warranted .

    , yours. I'm iUI t!. Just step this way I to lessen the quantity of fruit and Ini- 'I "The thing: that puzzles m<-." said MrI i BAIbrlgganl'ndershirts at b 4) cents ; the Ij"iwt-t. Prices Jllwtrpcf'iv..dltfulllru.. ".I "

    pl'ase.." prove its quality. I I Jobson. "is this- ('\H.I.. Join has sent Drawers to milch.at : M-iiidi! Spnn IVreal, our and Shirt WaiM ; our j'fl" .

    He turned to do so, with tears blinding J' It is useless to plant fruit trees uni me a clunk for ?ltNJ for a birthday piesent. ( I ')Jf'1I L'ldi+' SlpPvf'l" \'.." t price . . . . . . '.Ieillch lowest

    t tu eyes, but a tiny hand caught hold of less they are hardy, vigorous and producers and I don't I.nil whether! >r to nave anew at old price fi for L'"> centor 4'c :t \"Ujheer White Lawn, l'Ht."I Itlllll'wlJrt-lI.t.. ,t'U

    lib .coat and a childish voice cried: .i of good fruit. I porcelain bathtub put In or t>. have dozen ; etnbroider tlppk. I our pace. .. . . . . tlC !Wand $1'i.

    : "'IIo..u't run away papa! Ain't you glad the bonv painted from top to bottom. I7,'> Doz-n Ladies; Mi-ses' and I :!j. n'h Check! Nainsook, our L'tdi.'S lrrrI."r..ot Po : -

    to sec Bessie" ,' \Vhen a tree Is planted It should not i What iln you think nlmiit it?" Cl1illrpn rleev"es; vest;. with 1 price . . . . . . o.-' ; latfo i-hadet at 11.77.end"! "

    "1 told. the ladies I'd see she got to you be placed any deeper| In the ground "I think" replied Mr. Jobson gamely Tare ,,('k.Hnr2'C or !)).">c duz*n. :!0-inch Whit- and ( ulul"f'l1! All tlif lat --tFtyls in 1.1'1.-

    dare; Dun explained as they were being than It stood at the nursery. but with a sickly smile, "that I've been ) lJj'z..n Ltdil''f't.. Pique our rri'.p. . . . lOc (t'hilc'r-! r'tr.. w Hat- ,al"I

    iih! <'n to Bessie's home. Fable growing and unhealthy trees making:: a mesa phone: out of my hat.- with .silk .1 ape Neck 2 for 2c: or ;{1i \\'hrt..C..n.Io.d Pi'jueour ale( iei rolls NOW pnijMt _- vI{

    IHIIIIOW: hU head was dizzy, and there ns a rule are the result of starvation.' Washington Star. |1.3": dozen. I'rll'P . . . . . . loc I 12'x.' I6 and 20c. per vat !

    woie <;uccr pains running; through his ,
    : bad boil or other unfavorable coudi-
    ...$. I. T e'tt ider it not only a pleasure
    "Ves." cried F.efsie. with a happy tiuus.l" I hut a duty I owe tol nif neighbor-
    S.
    laugh as if recalling some i lea-ant time. The soil for stra wborries should lie tellllb"t th -worn!**' ful cure etJect- ;: Remember the Place -5):(E105 Palafox Street,

    "It wa an awful funny going to sleep i rich and free from weirs scisls.Vo ed iu my ct-" b'i'tle t melt' u-eof

    . ; lu those funny lioxes with curtains. ThenI ashes nre a good ft'rtllil'r.t.: Louis Chambelimn''lit: Cholera and
    BARGAINS FROM) NOW) DN)
    I w 'I!:., up and was under a great big i Kepublic. 1 Diarrhoet Bf'tn..cl1 wt., taken I YOURS FOR ;
    I '
    'I lieap..f Idauketsi I I very b.tnly a ith tl'ix and procured a ,

    l ") 1:111 was rent g'od to me. Dan was I bottle uf this r..m'h' A few dn=pof <

    ; nub ell big lonely Candy got burned up to ; LIBELS ON WOMEN. it ffl-ctf-l a \permanent cure. I FE. BEAWNERSONEPRICE

    I tothii.g: and 1 jut thiuk you ought:: to : take pi'. nr'' in rt'commf'nJin it to .
    mite him some II"W. 'cause he took su-h 1 A woman's view of society depen11sj : nth r. ,.u1Y'dn? from that dreadful -

    god care of me.." i I on whether she i is outside or Inside.-
    Her wett face was upturned and her i CLIcapo; N"ci \\ II.I Thireiiiedv isold I'\ Hannah GASH HOUSE.

    baud was slipped into Dan's, and he has i A woman m:1'10(0 read dike: a book, Bro-., .I South Palafox'stre t.

    tily swallowed n big:: lump in his throat as ..
    but >he cannot lie shut up &o eatilj' -- --
    he muttered "I didu't do nothin. -Kx- ,'
    $t. I.o.ii star.N"HTHKK. s
    chatgc.

    I
    First \eees.Ity.
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    "ll<>w would you define a 'crying : _- _-

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