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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
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Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: May 6, 1902
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A ARCHBISHOPOORRIQAN : BRIDE IS KIDNAPEDBY TWO PERSONS PERISH I ROOSEVELT REFUSES '



THE HIGH BINDERS IN A NEW YORK FIRE I II


PASSES AWAY I: HONOR OFFERED

Wedding In New York Chinatown I Three Others Injured, One I i i i
I It1i Is Delayed !I i I Probably Fatally.
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is I Death Was Calm and Peaceful = ; BRIDE CANNOT-- --_,.. BE FOUND LIGHTED CIGAR CAUSED FIRE ;:!,General Miles and Admiral Dewey


Beaut.ful Chinese Girl Who Was to Panic Ensued and Disregarding the '
i -Funeral Friday ]Morning.\ !: Bv the French. 'h
I have Become the Wife of Ling Foy, Fire Escapes Many Jumped From .

; a Wealthy! Merchant, Is Abducted. Rear Windows' tj an Extension and -
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Crime Charged to Highbinders.Xt Were Injured. t tI tppc.l
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.,' .... <> -.In !tbii ,)p JOSHUA SALMON w York May 5 -\Vco Lung Kong New York. May 5.-Two persons Wahiti;ton May 6 -It :" reported BANK STATEMENTIS I'
a I"autitiil; ('hllll';;!' girl, who was perished and several were injured today I
,-: night at 11.";;". today that fre-iJect Roosevelt '
Lro'" ht to New York throe weeks ago in a fire which gutted the building[;; I has

':ii gtilied l'f'btey..t.rby. CONGRESSMAN, DEAD ,' to IIPurne th. wife of Ling Foy. a at 8114'> Pearl street occupied i by the I taken action which bars the bestowal GALLED FOR I I Ip"clal

\.'palthyIllth street tea men'bant.ha Eureka Redding, company. I f
and his I I' of
-- foreign I honor Admiral
on
Dewey
tiPfn kidnapped by highbindersand The dead: I t

; ..I!<11. the :auuouureis i penal to The News intense excitement prevails! in Emma Bultcher. 19 years; of ag<,. or General )files and has intimated :- to The Ness.Washington .

.' i n..t a -.urpri-e, Morriiton. N. J.. May K.-Con- j Chinatown The wedding ceremony I II John Lynch. 1 to the French government that he I May 6.-The comp }t
I j was to have been pertoinu-d at the The injured are:
Joshua S. salmon who : troller of the issued 't
in a very weak, : Krp"tnan Joss house in .Mott street at midnight tthel :McOrath. burned! probably fatally does not think it desirable to confer currency today ;

:. >u for some time, : represented the fourth New Jersey I j I tonight and extensive preparations \ the cross of the Legion of Honor a call for statements of the condition 6[

district, died suddenly at his home i had been made for the event. The Katie Wa lsworth contusions on of the national banks at the close of I : t '
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t in worldly afpeaceful- j two Americans
merchant has been told of the upon as proposed .
not
yet caused by
back and internal injuries,
today of apoplexy. \ business, Wednesday, Al'ril3lJ. ;
I disappearance of his fiancee. Jumping from fourth windowAaaie I recently by the French. la consequence -------- f.
I Ling Foy is said to be one of the Gllroy. sprains and bruises, I
a .. ilm ant >: : the honor seems likely not
I FUNERAL TODAY OF wealthiest Chinamen in America hawing caused by jumping from fourth floor. QUEEN STILL r
.v cotton., It can: 1 lit II He has be
I made a large fortune. The fire started on the first floor to conferred.The ,I ,

been living in luxury for ><-ars. Near near a pile of stair pads. A boy was
AMOS CUMMINCS I action of the president has CRITICALLY ILL
1I.'a.'J aad ..)<)th..
4 trust. approach thy i I girl whom he determined to purchase floor and it Is supposed that he swept caused a sensation in diplomatic

for a wile. An agent was sent the stuff over a lighted cigar; or cigarette circles. The officers concerned directly
of bit to the New, Mpecial to The Newi.
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p I to China where the girl was purchasedfrom stub. The cotton burst into ablate

I New York, May f 0.Funeral service hr father for I S',)'). the stair: pads\; were set on fire conceded to the president's The Hague, May (!.-The following;
doss to plea..tH
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over; the body of Congressman; ; .1 Shortly atter the news of the approaching and in an instant the fire spn.a'il: decision. Their friend; however ollicial bulletin was issued from 1

marriage. was spreadthrough throughout the first floor and, mount. i
iic..d early tod.y that .\tn.;i J. Cummings were held at : I assert the unfavorable deciion i iI' is Catle Loo this morning: "A slight !
Chinatown Ling Foy was
i iI i approached ed upward.A .
,rv : rransinents for i Merritt chapel today according to I by a committee of the high panic: ensued and disregarding! the due to the president's wi,h to further increase in the temperature of the j ;

j I the Maionic ritual. binders and asked to contribute f l.uuO( fire escapes many of the employes I'I' humiliate queen was shown again last niltht. ; ;
\', : hi hopCornranwere Miles. I'' i
seven hundred members of Tammany II for a general merry making among: the jumped from rear windows: to the roof ,i: Her Majesty slept a large portion of I i

i i h,; t.e! Catholic Club. I people. The meichant flatly! refused. ot 'ti extension. It was in this ways I The notification that the tonal of l
hall attended the services in the night. Her temperature is nor \titmal
A. r" will Uk place at St. !''a I His prospective wife had already cost that Miss Gilroy and Miss \Vadsworth the cros was to be conferred ou Ad
alo her :
from the this
body, delegations; him about $3,0'") and he did not see ; were hurt. The bodies of Miss Bolt I morning although condition r 1

t itlJral Friday uiornin..', ,: hou-e and :Senate and many distinguished I the necessity of paying anything to the chef and Lynch were found on the I miral Dewey and General Miles was cannot at present be described : .

,rJIDal iibb>>n*, C. rdi11 I persons were present. I 1highbinders. The next night!; the girl -or *"x)r. d.ath having resulted from taken to the white house by the as satisfactory. Every attention I ,
i t was -armd away !c a carriage. and bums and suffocation. I greatest.
n Catholic prelates Florida was represented by lion French ambassador. France and the care are required to I
desiredto
IJ.I Ir the woman i in whose care she was also (
Ed. O'Krieu .,f Pensacol.i, who prevent a fatal result.l, I'
the raited :State1archbUhop J disappeared The leader of the high- commemorate the ceremonies

was a close! personal friend of Amos t binders' society is likewise said to be WILL REPAIR
..ral. I connected with the unveilin of the ii'
\ 1 i Cummins. missing and Ling Foy's friends are ? ANOTHER BIG

will --- exerting! ; their utmost endeavors to run I monument erected to the memory

,:atbe.lr.11 toms down the kidnapers FURNACE of Marshal De Rochacbeau: and l
, SOME BUYING IN I : STANDARD OIL r.

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, .ll b.t viewed by I -- believed it would be a ;graceful mark

". >uro r- who will i RUTLAND PREFERRED THREE STUDENTS KiHClii, to TheNeiMfia'JvJen. |I of gratitude to select two prominent DIVIDEND 'sltpeciet 1

'i 1.1 i oK; at tii* be- -- i DROWNED A'la. :May 5--The South j Americans fer members-hip in her -- : :.,, :

ern 'ar and Foundry company has t.
: :-P" I"I l to I.I> NIWSNew i Legion of Honor. l to The Now*. l
\ -- pun hated from the Crawford estate t ," t

-- t.o ....- and private" ,. York May .).-It was :an- the old Coosa furnace, which has been It is said President Roosevelt! received New York May 6 -The :standard .
I I I +1 $pooclal toTbe Nea'; I .
i parthecity are tuiHucHi this morning on Wall idl for a number of years. It will begin Oil declared divi- 4
; l, Gr -en\ille, S. C. liar a -Catil.tsI i the announcement ia curl Company today a .
the repairs at once and will! have '
of I -trt-et before theopeninxof the -tock i iI Nichols i and of the dend of $l h) a share June 16 11
\ 'b.t: l> t i.- mouruuy .I Lindsay nt'n* the plant in operation"' in three months. I I l pride, and that "-o. far as Dewey i is payable I

I i I Kings Mountain militar) a adt-mv at to stockholders of record on May 13. J I ;,I ;
The charcoal ovens will b>! repaired. concerned ;
yesterday no objection will be made i
Blacks I
i \ orh vllle. were drowned in .
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!r.'tU I ,n." Kays the I j: pond mlle west of Yorkv'Ie Sat but that to honor Miles! so much !
Tar and I
eeive a cert'iiu number of shares; of Foundry company will sF
urda atterciMin at ahout o'clock. "VERY !
I. .'- make this one of the largest furnaces GRAVE-
i could not be thought of. When the
| the Ilutliud preferred etock at liWis i I I Lindsay and Nichols lost their lives!
in the state. The furnace is situated .
.lee ;b Arch- withdrawn. The firm explained I in attcmptms!;; to save Stevens, who I otter was made to the president he '
about half a mile below[ the Alabama

: l1 >l"t l i .1 I :.M& a COQ- that it h'il received all the Rutland [i water.was unable' to swim and got in deep Consolidated! Coal and Iron company's I suggested; that he be given a fewi SAYS HANNA 'i f

a- '.. t Arcnbishop'si J tock it had been iu-tructed to buy. I: furnace and is near the! river and railroads I i I
i Lindsay, was the son of Captain J. R. | days to consider and when the e i=
i ttt daily to the i I The market: opened ;generally strong; Lindsay of Yorkvillf Nichols' parents -J- !1
I i A party of Baltimore capitalists! was French ambaador next called he
ier today. j lire nea Yorkville and Stevens' II Special to The News : tf
I .:. f fr rf: -,rnt'tl'>n. I I IT II I home was a* Kershaw. in fladsden this week making investigations was: informed that the president had i".iUi! ,"1,1, .",i slayS.na.ir "an- i H
I I The exi-tetice uf an actual market into Garden's, industries. The
Cadet Mar h Morrow: heroically na uii, "> has b"-n the guest of Clement *i
: decided not to consent the conferring
for Hull members of the to i
luJ preferred i is explained party were shown o'ernalsl1
HARTE THE dlxo.J for the drowned boss and I a (iris';! O11 it th.Utttr's country I :_t.
that J.V.. Davis n ant made a careful inspection of the honor either (itlicer.I I e
by the rt-p.-rt the ] bronsht them all up. after which he upon b'' of the car works plant. Captain I
I Co. were instructed to buy fori i collapsed.! He wan resuscitated after I Whether in view of the fact that >. l Iptt \\a..IJlOItlln at 10:20 :iftt.la
OVELIST DIED Elliott said that he could not give! their '
hard work. )' o\er the Ivnn,.) Uania railroad. >
DrY. :eward Webb a : -
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names but that their visit would benefit congress is empowered to determine
Senator Hanna wai in conference with 'J
"f this stock exceeding 1lu.iitiO 1 Oadsdon.
LAST NIGHT Reign of Terror in Russia. if an officer of the government !hall A. .1, Ca.-s.-tt. of tits IVnnsyUanla! Railroad q

ihares. lad: to pay ca-h for it. 1 j Vitnna.Iay: 5,-In a dispatch from The Dwight; Manufacturing rompa- conipanv. for more than an hour =>
__ I ny is adding 15 01111' spindles to their receive foreign decoration or not it
: The price to be paid wag I'J' Noi Warsaw the correspondent of Die In I I provto'is his ,H arturp t ,
I plant at Alabama City and when
completed -
'. I I other shares in the group offecurijties formation sites; a gloomy picture of the mills will h.1.HII: ) looms will be brought before that body for When asked for an xpr"' "sslon of i


I the conditions of terror in Russia. He opinion concerning the situation In the :t
'>' .-FraocM Jtretxncan i have L beea taken up. i II 'and 75,000: spindles consideration cannot be stated, but
I'I '- ,- --- I says there is M-arcely a single Russian anthracite region the senator said: : n
i :author died NeoN Chilian Cabinet. j ji town where sentences to banishmentand the friends of the officers iu question "I 1 can add nothing pertinent to what ;
Interest In Road Revived.
I
Th* anoouucementk i, New York. May ;5 -It is imported' imprisonment are not constantly 1 I hare already said., The !situation ass ,H'
the has
Scottsboro president
l I I Ala. May 3.-Int>>rest ; say greatly
,- to In* friend+, :H 'i, that anew raJimet has hp".' n formed being imposed. There has been a has again been somewhat revived in t is apparent to every one. is very grave. J.'

)I'i says a Santiago. Chili dispatch to The I Ii great demonstration says the correspondent !j I exceeded his powers. It would not be wise to discuss the
> that t<. was cntic1 the building of the f.urley and Paint I
i Herald: with these membersPremier: j at Ekate nlno Iav. in south matter now. tII
stn: r.*ult J from a Ramon Russia, when the Co acks killed Rock Valley railroad, a short line I
and' mllt"'r"' of tin interior i'II ern ; project from Ourl.y to Winchester HALF MILLION I .. :
I Ram lnrt minister of foreign af- :20 I pe.-ors, wounded 40 more and arrested
I Tenn. The promoters have interested W. 0. H. SHEPARD ;i
Rafael Balniareda minister of! |i 15'').
fairs. ;
rt i Hart Ii death i+ sow northern capitalists an>l the I

a ::. i feeling of untM flnanc. Guillermo Barros; minister of !] route has been surveyed again; Theproptl"d DOLLAR FIRE WAS TAKEN ILLMr.
Justice and public education G. FlI j I Victim of Italian Mafia. line .
passes through; a rich
'Ill N entialy! an guerca. mini !t-' of public works Is I New York. May 5.-Frank Diconia, Umber and mineral section and will I'

born in Albany, i ift.It j ma"l Vale minister of war and I I I i a political leader among the naturalized open up a comparatively! new sectionof Special: to Tile Neva W. O. H. Khepard was taken i

to California.: navy, Victor 1,3mas ': citiaens In the Wllliamgburg sec\ Jackson county. This will be a I New Milford, Conn.. May 6.TheI quite sick while at work In his opine "

i i ________ ,; tion of Brooklyn has been shot and j
hf country claim. great benefit to the people; of the I fire which swept the business; portion this morning and was compelled to
Death of William instantly killed by two unknown men.
Major Wagner. i
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,' are plea-mj; :andw 1 northwestern part of the county. of this town last night was gotten leave his duties! ,go home and to bed.
New York May 3.-:MajorYilliara The police belleii that he was a victits

t til of a hUh aud 1 Wagner: is dai at his home at Short ', of the }IafThe\ shooting ocourred It Impeach Collector Newton. I under control at daybreak. A Mr. Shepard was sick throughout I

Hit experience in i hills X J He was a member of the i'! In Drlsgi avtaue. Two shots :\lont tom'ry. Ala. May 5.-It was I half million dollars worth of dam- his stay at Washington; recently I! i;

ually uofelicitou j I military order of the Loyal Legion of were heard and two men were wen said at the state capitol that within I age was done to the four hotels and but said that his time was made KJ I

>n4 theme to all his j the; United States having served with j running from the body of the fallen a few days Governor Jelks will direct I bank and many business houses: and pleasant in the capital: city that hI '

i\f bean the pioneercharactertlc I diKtmction as a major of cavalry during t Italian. The motive for the murder is Attorney General Charles G. Brown to forty dwellings are in ruins. The I

: of I the civil war. Until four years I as mysterious as the identity of the institute proceedings in the Alabama flames raged all night and the fire did; not think of big Illness until he i

I .Ift'; ia uitvelwritingl ; a
.;;8 of U. to retire from business :Major Wag I R. E. Newton, tax collector of Geneva Danbury sent! help.

\ ner w'aa secretary of the Denver and I HELLO! IS that YOU LOUIE? county and that the state would prob. You never heard of any one using; s j
wan.t Foley's Honey and Tar and not be-
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a one
! t Rio Grande Railway company What's the matter with next Saturday ably bring suit against the bondsmen .1 Everybody has a right to a little lag satisfied. W. A. D'Alemberte. *
t piece of this earth. Bat
.r children and: the ? Mr. Newton they must 121 S.Palafot street. '
of for
a? the opening day money said to bel
for
it.
and burning t-cze- I on' fight They must watch their i
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Union Painters Strike. I
.. I due the state by him.
I chance to get it, and it.
rb..r skin dHeases.by I get
u-iu, KucUen's ,i Cleveland 0.. May 5.-Between 400 Plant a spring garden. Thos. Marston $ Quina are sole "
heal- and 500 union painters went on strike I that C. Watson & CO. the I
arth' greatest Co Ice cream freezers agents for celebrate d i
Hardware have
ute for fleer Feverurn. I 11n this city today to enforce a demand The Willis some particularly fine bargainsto "
Cut-. Hum* or I made their employers for 25 freeze quick, at the Willis offer just now, and they invite Odorless refrigerators, t., 1
dbl.L for Piles. 'Sc. upon can sell you the tools cheap. Hardware Co.'s. you to come and investigate same. absolutely guaranteed or I j
The have been ,
.. ; cents an hour. men You will never regret having done
\ nibf-rtB'* Urns store, I
.: t street 1 i receiving 27 1.2 cent an tour. I Try THE NEWS Want Column. Try THE NEWS Want: Column. BO money refunded. tI.

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+ i THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY MAY 6. 1902

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FORCED TO THE WAll



til f' The Distinctive Value ;, Three New-York- Brokerage 1


I Firms Go Under. I I


I! <*[ S- rep 't '
I t < o'.it "'tionable quality: or S'lh tance and to the fact that it acts gently end truly .
I llate.llwa.r, li.i .
Kind You Itoiight: <.ru.- thf '
.O ,.v a hxativtithout in any way: disturbing the natural: : functions. The Offenbach & Moore Henry Brothersand i lure of Cha. II. I'letcheranti h." been insultun l lr? I

._ ., r> -ite knowledge of what a laxative should be and of the l fret for it*
'tni means ; Lockwood, Hurd & Co. An. i personal MiitrnUioii fur titer :.W } .ear. Allow no r "
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: '' action: enable the California; ;: Fig Syrup Co. to supply the ger.eral( demand to deceit(- > ou in thU. I'oiintrrffit*, Inlil.itloo" I .
Their Suspensicn In
nounce Rapid
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a for a laxative, simple; and wholesome in its nature and truly bcntficial in its ",Tll>t-a'.gti: ttl" are but KxiwriiiientStami 1'illttnivr; tliealth <

Succession. I of Children-lixporifiicc against i\i: Tinifiit. I

I I 0 I i' t! itur ill\ healthy condition andhch: does not weaken them. New York. May 5.-The developments i The Kind You Have''Always Boll ,

of the Utter half cf last wetk
I r To assist nature, when nature coeds assistance it is all important that the |I
I in Hall street in connection with the Bears the Signature of
medicinal agents used should be cf the l>cct quality and of known value and Syrup ,
I stocks of the Dominion Securities company -

r ) r Figs possesses this great advantage over all other remedies that it dots not I the Rutland Railroad companyand I
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i, \\eakuitheorgansoni\hicli it acts and therefore it promotes a healthful con- !, the HacXen ark Meadows company I
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I: t t .!"un cif the bowels and ac-i i>ts one in forming regular habits. Among its many resulted! today in the annOULCE"1

t y- exctlki.t qualities may be mentioned is perfect safety, in all cases requiring cent in rapid suues-Mcn of I 1
i rension of three stock exchange brck- i
t :, / 1 I. x.it '\e. tun for the babe or is mother, the maiden, or the wife, the invalid, I I erage houses.i ; In Use For Over130 Years.

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; i the robust man. i i The first firm to declare inability to .i .r c-.u ro. U U t' "Y YO"

; ,, :.J \. '- Syrup of Figs is well known to be a combination of the laxative principles I meet obligations was Offenbach k I'IL -- -

t F : pI! nits, which act most beneficially!: with l p ea-art aromatic liquids and the Moore. :
tt | Henry Bros, and Loekwood Hurdi& The Star
.. j > r'1 I f.gi. agreeable and refreshing to the taste and acceptable to the p system i Co. followed rapidly. Laundry

t i, :0 l 1 a '. : t.-i it> gent: cleansing i i.; desired. The quality i of Syrup of Figs is due not Oiff'nhadl1l.llrt'; were kmwr.;

,::>. tit the excellence of the combination, but alsa to the original method ofanufaeture i rrincipall'y as "\fhb-Mpter" se- utnij'I :
Biggest Busiest Best !
; i '::. which tn-ures perfect purity and uniformity of product and it ist" I I ties. the annonncenu was mail! ,

i 1 t ., .% : i Saturday\ that they: : had exp nenniiisome i --
; .<'reiore all important in buying, in order to get its beneficial effects, to note .
I :, diCic I'lIlt in securing loans to t= .
} nalilf
Ib i I i the: full name of the Company-California Fig Syrup Co.-printed on the front

: } p l ol t"'t.r\ pickageALIfORolATfiYRUP. I tats thtiu which to they carry represented.stocks" for the On mt:Sat: .':, B'e\\ Gather l>II T Ti!

tl ,4nIi t today a'teriiOon. howexer a statemiTtvas
madein behalf of the firm to tieffect : S.r
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r# '('AA Fnuii :ill i>.'rt- '
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that the temporary arratj .;:' I

i meets! had been made and it \\ ..fImpecl .Iar delivery Uflil 11W
a 1a
i ] mans might be obtained to'la.
: r la.fe.&t allY ti,. I'
to payoff obligations and ('onllnut"I.u -
Write or telephone l u- ,
jnl'
> s. Toda's suspension sliuwI

i how '\fr. that tln-sie hopes were not ,
I dratr r toO -n't' y''II 1r J
1 ,I ii San Francisco Cal. 'Id lill i l I reali/dl The oSices of Off<'nbath i': '
k l.nultitille ; .tl.i.r \I..mi.
KV dry I't'
.
New ,
i 1 York. N. Y. ; Ii' Moore Were not opened for business at

t 4 t i i i / : LIALLLEADIMI: )'., '" ,1i: f'MLt 1 (IH Ct.S > 1F.KL'urCLE: r ..q II' all todav

'/ o1'I IIIII! i .'1 I Mr lordon. of Hecrj liros. whose '
t : E,inpt'iibion followed that ot OfitLbach 1 ALL WORK C. 0. D. Ml Callll :ItF 'dt f I: -

1: I \ \,' "t \ '\\'\ '(i. \ \\ !;, & Moore, was a director of the Dominion TELEPHONE 114. 21 GARDEN ST

-.T'__........ .. _. .\..: ,. \',"., .,, ._ ,,:\.'. ",' ecuntieg! company.

I ,II The block market: opened weak withthe I:I WALKER INGRAHAM Manager.

knowledge that a number of fail!.I

I I tirec were immInent. riuppor' was ac.


,. : It: REBELLION--- IN SANTO DOMINGO Weekly Bank Statement. SUICIDED AT PARENTS' GRAVE.. I corded ore '811t's.the: maiket but when and sales there under were the ], r491-1: ; I 1 W. B. WH1GHT>> COmPANY

1 1f rule for suspended houses were made !
; t if xY'I'I-. Max' :1. The qat"mpr.I -
J"IPIU Covrnrrfnt Overth,own-Vzs of Ih a1-1-'tatil banks for the week Miss Hoffrran Takes Morphine In the market gave way again. The high! !! \ MAM'KACTl'KFKS: ASUI I JA I >
I'Ii
: priced stocl.i which Lad been under're : _
put Will Assume Presidency. ('i: t :bw" Y'nk )10&Th. irsurg. lltij i 1>:2i2.: ir.< nase Jl".Tf'S.4'-' ( d.! posits U4"1 .\ York May 3-In the Sleepy i <'.'nt manipulation were, the severest f-- =-. LUMBER LATHS

J t.1I.htll l.eil Ia.sr..lun of for entire I $r.'S.1 f.r./.H.! increase. Jl3f.43.ono: { irrulation I hollow'Pml'iPly' on the graves of hr Htfterers Kutlaml preferred dropped' ] 1; \ ,

TPI'UNI. th the qI.II11; ,, nt the: J.U'i4'i3iHi: : ir.crfase J79.i"ti( ; father' anti mother and not far from II points, We'-Unahouse: preferred : JLL i [M& S SAWED CYPRESS I 1FS--E: : s I.li xt ;:

.tl 1 tn.Ii .iI" I Putfo Plata i-'MIito Ik. legal tfri'l -rs $7"..'>! 'MM'. increase the tomb of"aFhlnjt.n !nlnl!. whom druppd' 15. t."w'orl... New Haven and I 4 -

.1 t ILtliBii I <1..1. h to The H<'raid! ant ,> J>:--.3,0: specie, $17SC: : ,
venue I. "hIUI"Iar.l .*. hf will not $-;:. *..400.: reMrVfs fH.t31.f'O.: increase whofe works had always fascinated I i I' Noitliwtftt-rn and Tennessee coal :3

t /e cult"-r .' ,I'1':..'a .'l.iiut an udtNII $1.13t-IIO: : reserve required her Mi-.!' Mara Hoffman !<)> years old The coalers were affected in addi-

.. 2J.'i47.4i'0:! : \. infreat,141075u: surplus ended! her exis-tfi.ce i with morphine. i thin b\' fear* of a minor strike: Del
!1"11 tie" ';11"rUI,1I1.'t' ROYAL L STANDARD \\\'IlIShE\\ ( \
I R v. 1.,1 i Ik ... ', 'q'rr ,v said to hau j.tH/'h.. dcrr ase $1.77.l (51. Miss j IIo1! rua n'!I mother belonged! to !I aware and Hudson dropped 4 l-2. Head

\'\ an old south rn family. Her moans 'ins' 3 and others mailer
lil' .t'I'rIlH': .r t'"- [il.-i.lde'lltla: !' amounts
1 S "'. J Off al I !to I. Itat..ry! opposed tu tilt Buried Alive but Still Lives. lad gradual! dwindle way and she ; Losses of 1 to 3 acre (quite general: 8 Years Old, in Cases af! 4 Full Quarts, at S3.20 j per en.

'" f'I"' .. : tlluIoh He has caused thf Colun.hia t>. Coo May :?.-\ViIl 1'irk :i j 1"1'.1",1! h',r I'fp rather than seek aid I throughout the lit. liefore the first
pns a laborer whoa working: in from fi .1 ndh. I .
4' 6I' .,'. rharlrl H I...iinathe; Nor i hour had elans-ed iiiuioi ting orderswete mHI.5VHISKr.idi.till.d: ; :it l r N i <
\ the ewfraer trench was turned, I.
., a I" -"II.ul m Puerto Plata 01havinK tinder I effective again and thr<, wire JL Ky., Distillery: ;and i" fully nuturi .1' i IA'
six feet of aith <
je -ttrday and Transfer In 011 I
t' Holdings. Bonn- substantial rallies before bottling. ft H t ub-eiutely| jinru..1 II'"' 'i
J\ h 'Ott f'nu.lnr..1 tIrw thouah it required almost' two l.os AngpJf'al...
hours'
May 3.-P.sidpnt I celled i'l lVhi .
II.
On the ciu.ility: by any -key..f mno r '
curb w '
Jit stoek
re non-
mill"i KOIf 'roru'nt hard work to ruche the man he was Ripley of the Santa F..: has closed! the !iII exhanii matter where priuiuceil. The ito_,"l :-I.-I.r,,

'f' "u 1 ti La! ubtaiard! thtIt alive and unhurt wh..n broujiht to the deal that trar..'ft rl' the hoM.nis: of the < : sc mrlti s ate traded in. then H ei htyearoM when buttled, uiJ. 1"-I.t'l.1 .'

.I. ; urtar.t II Pftroleum Development company to was an excited group of traders trYing its excellent quality: 1- the chea|"..-t lA'''i-k'V"
to make sales! \1'ehh. the market at that A- abeveru-. I
t I': ,i' to Va! (|iit'/ ha tie railway s> Ftem It has been given: : in Mfyer !'Iwk< an absolutely pure-tiniulaiit' ther- 1f" h- r
of u !im-nt ,if 1'1"1 Incendiary Fire at Sylacauga. I out oflic tally at Santa Fe headquarter! ) !tI Dominion securities, which sold last : ilk-
Hhipl'.dwca-I'04l'HutaII1It1Ktm Iii lA' I'r' tIndicate :
I .1 .r. itfor thud ol"'ra| !Fylara'tga. Ala.. May 3.-An attempt that the rmrrhase prtre was in excess : Friday at IIS l.2 and Saturday at ceintenti. If Iurc'la-f'r.! up' n -xm. r : '

1.., vo w teK% was made to burn three at To. but th the whi-k..)., 1lint -.atl-tird with I'.. 'I" d "

S h'i) tnHiinu- for houses at Knapp mill Monday right! ?) > a -har... HarnuiriiiK the hold | best bid was! 2ti Later it was offer d can return the same .it our t"II'o'-; ., 1I.j i i l' '
l>> some unknown The house'swprt' at 5"i and the bM declined will be refunded.
l lt I' ,cwt at oiio lie i- party jugs of the Petroleum l"' xelopmettcompanv to lo llaentack <
fired and oneas lost but I ;Meadows All order -I."uM, be .r "eons': u, id hEIGHT .
: t. tut 4n YEARS OLD currency -tlrttir. in'"Ilry.rr.l, ; r 11oI1.k 'it I" x
:' 't! quick: work two were sa\'P'1. Cirrumstancet its output of oil fuel) to about fo./V flO with no bid. On( last Friday it J pt !
A vt-ar u( his 1.I' in thai I II ,. ( pre- money order N'. '. ft:' '.. I-I -' :Ntt
show the fire to hate been i barrels, a mcu.th at 73Dr: .
4. .f Batik Pt--it' I
ML&ANDffipe or any ui'-ic' :int iu 1
I'' cf .nctndiary! oupin. I :. ': Peward: Webb
I .e'a "tr.i s"nl h'm as lilt Koley'Honey and Tar i i' pfculiarly president of the M

II. 1.1. : ,< lit .tin! honnral.. Rutland Railroad roml any arriv dhere
!.Batt. for thma S.
lllirnin.iiii.iii <(< iimlltfr [ adapted a hrun-i A. FRIEDMAN
---- I'I today from Sh llinrn<> Fa'V'! ,
\ chiti
""flfplI \ < and hoareneW.
cart. nt IIn.-rlll:::. ; A. ,
Murt' 'riuto Ma. ". M.-"'ng'r: ;; ut D'Alemberte. IiI S. I'.tlafoxtreet, It was said at his office! that a ;:ta?.
"I hu\e-bten attlir ted with sciatic I ,. Sn.E J'KII./U/IIIR. I'too\: "I t 1 r' t
tier a iII: I tru utr! JTIH d! CM'! rheum iti merit' would be i issued some: tim q:
-m fur fourteen. f
i1 i Cijr at Puerto l'iata J'niH.into I toulaci' I.:ayJoh. Kd.Mr. of. (iHII1:1ut'\\'II.year- I Know One *>ure l:..inr
I i ::1'nltlm'j ih.. i -I..rls| ul I Cal.: "I 1 war able to be around: but ((.raDolitUuitecmil. lieuiiiieUI'tuvt : .lniatr 'eniert aft'-r their sus>p> t : rnisKeV 1> Cl, BOX IIH. I.I.I'IIIINF ITU

I the iaiil| >iallon ot the tii.noauan'al" i i con-tantly-uttered I tried tveryjthuiK --- ;i that they wt'rpopnt and thai rIhad ,

1 Hal.hl.I !i link ilia.IYhtay! II"if I I could hear of and it lateatolrttotryt'h.unh : holer or rick. si.-pendel lor the time be ng in t... rRIrWnAta t-1 hand(,. every chi ij"f 1.1'1']':" ;nJ 'fro
"rllin'PaiuIt let, : lr.I a tl d"IWI) funny Joke vo-Iay." I bulk wIit.I.dt., retail ,
: buttle.
da *io < ,uflrm J hat I'r..t ld..nl .liuuin-s which I order to protect their ruMonuMNo or I did and! u immediately" laid: the! D.ghslniinn.: ".\ la!'>rcr says are way down.
.o+ifhl 1'lJk- ID thefurltisb lonsulatkt | relieved and iu a short time cured, I statement of !li3hlili"1: or asSets
to the for. titan.VJI need to take l
my
Nir.to Ih'iiimno Th- tteeutlatluubeta.rn fl 1 i and I am happy\ to -ay it Ica' llusincerrturnrd. t accompanied the suspension r' AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER.
t.h n t'llIr! mi' purl for that Jol.T I .
rhf : \\11nut u-. thn fiefs and it ciH Mi'h '
re\i>!:itJoni'ts and ( "II..ra ". wa "tv- ar -
\Iul'l.lIt lid the foreman
I! llfo'haDI! the eoiernor of 1'Ill"rtc j hciilldrozriat\ w ell.\ It H for. pale "IJ bald4 11. !'arT'I I might not "te "titMnalde for ..
and! medicine deal-( you may WICKE&CO.
1 1'iata lot the -urrenclcr of that plat C, Ni. rtmicp: Cithulir_.n ___ _Stancl.ini_.n___:__ BliilTiuico. un._ I da>'!>. I'D to 11 i.ilrok, tt-re h i. '

IY it u lit lep.irtfi! here- Hufallen: I ,t no servce: of the opi!"r of arta'.nol -I "

tirotifh Th. kovernor lefust-s to surrcrder Tir 1Iu I>I U iow tir tour' Kl para.u'1': .rurvallk'dwTil.fi; a
;thuut an order from the )D() Die Ine Adl!. ) :rnn IINL .hl u.1 b""I"Thr..at..nlnc. :-:a"1"> Her lln.l>anj. I Plomber Gas and Steam Fitter.

ttaitan .i 'tnrantDingrrout i I Miss I'mart.-If jou knew your liu.- ,
I band as will ns other folks Jo. ttr : REVELATION.If .
Bonk .\jl'ntWIIII1)11!
Sap you neyer
taps you wouldn't tbll..Q\ much of you will make inquiry it wIll 1 No. i South Palafor: Sf root
II Neglected. I read this great book? Ili.1 I ,...ar Lui.:: dear be a revelation to you how' many All Klnd o. Plumbing; and U"s Klttip/c; ., > r- 'i.i; Iryr

1t l Hum, cut :and other woundMt ': yourutt? Mrs. 1'Iuf-1'aasibly. For that reason ':, uccumb to kidney or Maddertrouble atfNnNF: ..,1A \ .'
t Ituq: derebant-No: you didn't hear in form
one or another.
t < tu all to hal properly if nejrlected : I net er listen to other folks' I'tor.tS
me writ1, but you'll feel fie fpeak If If the patient I* not beyond niedi-
-4nd b.T 'iin troublfoineore*.1! alout him.-Hoston Transcript!
don't cal ald. Full'Iidnf' Cure
\ you get out.-t'ntholic Standard y will 1
J'"Wut'11,11 ll.i/el: Mlxe pre- I and Tint'1. I'cure. It never disappoint*. \V, A. :tvL A.VEIT l.

1;, ...at" "Ill-II eonlutnre:. Even L k> a Drottn'ng'! Man. J-\lt>mbHtt'. 121 :S.: 1'alifox -liter. \ _t .... r.Y

i i w her delay I L >* :u ir.:ra\'tied the injury low He A\oDt." I "Five years au:, a di-ea-e the doc- .
"Jems Is
J. t
1 1 IltWltt' Witoh Bud 1 ante just marr tor. rIII.tt: \ dy-! ;>ep-ia took ugh hold ( K'-SOK! 10 AVRKY I U .1 I
I "Ha. bal: Tliat's a good joke onJones. j I of me that I ct.uld The Hone I1 P
trtcct "I had I scarcely ro, Happy
.1 cure ;.1 running" I, ." write I i (.teo :. Mar-h well-known> } l weld! IMPORTER AND J '- E "lER'
.orr "ii !Inr t' -. -aya: i '
iJ mv irty year .
II !
\ l attorney'
I tt o\ jelpr> of X nl'una. Tex. "I took
.' H. 1". HirtU. \atikeetown. I Inl1.1 I I I
furnished home. Marston
\\". lie's! always toasted of being q'untitieof pep-in and other m"diicine HARDWARE.
After u-itiif rrniedi.4. I tried
inanv
t
I>*NVitt'- \\'iti-ii Haul( :-.live.: .\ ftW In-K-inruUnt/-Ititroit Flee Cress I i ii I but nothing: helped me. .\; a j' Quinn can supply youwith
II i drowning man yrabat
i I In)!** I I'e tied t1! -nrt" Cure.ill i I \\ h..l'in C. uh. I II Ii J grabbed at Iindo6 I felt-traw I all needed in the way
an
luiproveiiKnt -
akin ,11".0.. Pile. Vlel.l, ti> It :ltUCr II i .\ ': Irou, :Nail Axe*. t'hl\"f> '
who ha
I woman had expeneice'I at and r I Ht
once after few of house
a at the
furnishings
.
H'-w .Ir..f I''iinterfeitMiir
with this! dP ease. tf 11- how to prevent bottlram -ound nnd well." Kodol -upplie-). CftcJkil!; and Heats \ : r., '!.
t .'l*' I'll inn n-v J.i'nlieppard' j I": id- any diiir"roucouequnncp- i i. the otily preparation: which exactly !lowest prices cash or credit. Window Ola-\: ,;. Guns, ? .! i I, klfAgateaiulTimvarc .

wry haln: I I jfri I .mit. MieayOur three children rej roduce- the natural diketlye -- '
took hooping cough la-t sum- j juices and consequently} t4 the and 'Tons": :niisliiim ( :JooiKAOEN5FOH
Keep Your Bowels Strong. I I user our hiby bi.y b -mj only three only one which dijre-t- any oeidfood Laurels
i monthold.: and ;'wiugto our icing and cares any form of totnach LE BIRMINGHAM[ HOLMNli: MILL COII'1; :
I (*.on..tj; 'a\in: ..r iharr'uia' when ;I them' Chunbprl: dn'- Cough Rmedy trouble. Har; i-' iPharmacy. John Again Revere Giant'tilChprJ: I-'u; : )

1 jour bow'are, : < ut of or,i.:!. Cascirr they lo-t none of their plumplie Sheppard. Mdney Kahn. \ .. Ijiftm& Hand I'.. -drrU'r.t- Nor-hampton Johnaon'Kii.TjrVneelCo. Kiliraine. /
and oeJ&I' -
( '* Cjn'ixithartic l will make | came out iu much better -- b + ,
I i rJI th* CoU/ < Iron King and Hurk :Save.tell I'.anjrn, Wii
health
tWu. '.. t tiaturalix: (;cnnne tablets than other children who did You will have pride<: in you own ,-... to COUD & Co.; Raw HiJ 1. .c.. Leather Ma'ury-

4' I 1 fl; bumped I' C. C. Ne\cr sold in 1 tie not!girl u-e would thi-remedy.call: 'Iu-tily Our for olde-t cough lit- : flower parden if they are on yourown Made Railroad Color"

1'\111. AllThere ,. bptWfPII !ground. Your r.u-band can buy I.W.HARPERKENTUCKY
j r',, dragrt't JOC. !,lyrup l'I\ "E\' Hui. >Wh'OIp.-Jf prinsville. :All E,; :a home and he can do it now. although Masonic T(1 1plp. @ PunsacoJa FIR.ENMYRQYAIttPILLS .

7 nl- n' .' d. he may think otterwi e.
c i- ': IV all
dru/-
< 1 '1'f money to be man: :: ;
Every woman:
wan home
;' of It. A real O'tii.it rj;i-dn; :,.' d- .,|. r.TkU .. ? a of her WHISKEY
ff'JI..t.tt"-I.lt.' : e-
In own and if *r>e will have a talk with I +' i&j CURE YOURSELF!
I r
Lot" "huI_ U'Uilly.1 flnwer-board: to Thus. Watson Rt
F Sc .
Co. the
c 'ua<!' ThOll. C. Watson '>./jV fcNA*t.orlgte.l..4u.l. I ly a4l 4r..-......ia......r* LI ernes S .,s. drel.ari 1'.IuYfM a.nr'1..n' .1.
tI i Le dill' Heal J..t'1t.: n.u. they VJfc"4 ** ( it it.iiii 11'. f:'..1.1* II
Co.. can how her how ea-y i it H to je"tone. t'.air fet"ifl; Utlt., ..,ia 't ... .... ... r.w.a.. f a.ro./ 'I' '.
n*"" "Hi* oilers x !' ich it WIulhrw''rttyrUTwhiletl d /a JY.rayL dwlear d l w r.l..al.r er.r. arwwru.. P. .Iw/.4at.a.s
'. ; Qlptttr WA. -1 hl. 1'-, '...._. ... .. t.tlu-SC1.ntC4 t irtwp.urocw..C .
44 ( '1 algtatllre I.! en revel bei cf the gpnnlce' .I ..J n___: -nb..n.", :" ..... iwoI.tN 4. is ,
ii I and eet'nrtj; .. ti'-J iy. :and don't wait Laxative i Brorao-QuinineT.Le ta Foiey's Kidney Cure V T* t;I L.Urrr !: ::'! : **" c.e.nun.D or$1.11 wot /b7. pa..r.pyt.DI! (14tf
Ult h..moOr: rw. Snit tiy BEMM Ercs. .n 4 .. .., .
1
l.f
the rte:sly Jut rum cold in w. -"- t .r ? the irpnplt
one da/ lhiCS1iw) acti blikdct i .,.., a., I.tr..t t.r..rL'I
fYS right .,.... l.t-rC. .1'
I ?, !t.ol.-n r.>.... 1 .."..,.. Y. 'L.rtiuu .s $ 5 fWIL
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MAY 6, 1902.

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CRIME DONE IN BIRMINGHAM. !j SCHOOL GIRLS. NEGRO KILt.ED'BY A FARMER. ) .> !;
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?; ; TTTI r I Night of Many bama Tragedies City. In the Ala I School girls are proverbially Former Got His Fired Gun First but the Latter Rheumatism


!Jirmin<;hatu. ,\h.. May 5.-Saturday ; pretty. Fact is, it's a pretty Dcatur.14. ,
'I'O .. !!ay 5.-About 4 ,
euM was a nuht ,,( crime and casual.O liniment bottle and flannel strip are 1 : '.

.. tlb fur BwlIn.ham. I age-that time in a girl's life o'clock yesterday aftenuon a young familiar objects in nearly every hou thold. t' i

: I' Oraney, white shit through; white farmer named Bu,;;:;s shot and They are the weapons that have been used for l !

.....\( I fcpivt: and Inhtantl killed by unknown I i: when she has all the beauties killed Scott Kennedy a ne lo. near generations to fight old Rheumatism, and ate -.. I

.,. .. ,, i about as effective in the battle ith this pant: j:. I I
I .
.e.Jf- it
f' the river bank at the foot of Bank '
womanhood without the disease as the blunderbuss of our forefathers :
"ttf'rt Hall, ... hte, run ov"r by :i street in this city would be in modern warfare. t ;

I iI.l < ar aud pi')bably fatally ia- later line of care and worry. Boggs was airest*.! and taken to Rheumatism is caused by an acid, sour .

,1.101 I J1a I'll condition of the blood. It is filled with acrid. irritating matter that settle* :
jail. but it is claimed the killing
was
I Unknown\ negro r"t>"rted dyin from But here and there even in the joints, muscles and nerves, and linimerts and oils nor nothing '

.S "J. !,.". 'n his had' intticu-d: by a white purely in self-defense.\ The two had else applied externally can dislodge these gritty. corroding particles. They I

I school quarreled at the city wharf and Kennedy there the blood and be \ the blood. 1
'too > among girU appear were deposited by can rI:3chflonly through
Ji -"flh S'hwpi''r. held left statin? he was going after Rubbing with liniments sometimes relieve temporarily the aches and
up by unVniwu I
; I hmo hichwa: )'man. robbed and fired pale drawn faces-a dullness: a gun to kill Boggs. Bogs also went pains but these are only symptoms which are liable In return with every j !

.-and ruff at after his gun. and when he returned change of the weather ; the real disease lies ,'eper. the blood\ and system i

and lack of freshness: which I found Kennedy sitting on a log at the I are infected. Rheumatism cannot be radically i nd permanently cured '
: .e past I) P Orancy. a boilermaRpr!\ waa
wharf. a loaded shotgun in his hand until the blood has been purified. and no remedy dots this so thoroughlyand I

: ? :: i it on alt hrruh th. heart and instantly I tell a plain story of thin blood. I Bogs f.red the! fatal shot without being promptly as S. S. S. It neutralizes the acids and sends a treatu i
K :1.1, hI!!., on his way home rich strong parts
;> I eparaL discovered by Kennedy! .
tli- ."' "ule.; I Now this i- not right. ButScott' dissolves and washes out all foreign mat rials and the I

I'lm h I I ANOTHER KENTLXKY: FEUD.
'nni'' time after the! criTe was com I .; Kmulsion can make S. S. S. contains nopi>t.i->h or other mineral but
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."... IWIt..,! A r..lfl.nt| of the n.'ighlor'l is a perfect vegetable blood punikrand most! I
; --- bIn d.an.) ing to pas by. stumbled it right. Scott's: Emulsion i is i This Time Two Are Killed and as exhilarating tonic Our physicians will athise without ih.irge, all who
'
f I r, any Wounded. write about their and will send free book l\hi umatisa
.! case we our special ov. I -i ) man's hod The guilty
) I what these Ola. Ky., May :r.-In a feud fil ht on and its
[ : pale girls Ileed.S&tt's treatment. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga. ,
.: ;"- 1 h" 01 t"'r-ons in the meantime j I Beaver creek near the border, of Knott .,

.. 1"1"\ ] .I. lii\ius absolutely not :i I KmuWon brings back II I II and Ix.trher counties. William O borne'
ib
lilli'l.
a. < j I I : and Hiram Little wore killed. Samw 1 Cures Cbolera .lnfaatulII,

.I!,><,pli -\rhy-.izl'r an employe ol a :,;: the beauty to their faces because Cook badly! Bounded! and G. org/:., biarrh
!I'-'idrtrnPct: "tllr.' IIPFP. was held up l>> j jt Ileedy! slightly! ; h.j'ired the BOM tl Trouble! of

1" nf hi hwa man uhili- going to Lii'pr it is blood food.eil Children of Any Ag..
< > ,
It it. claimid that O-lot and! !.iI
no
N !L S A L V ET I Aids Digestion, (
A c tcguUUi
and
t h ; nlif\el of his watdi and ,
shoot ,. )
tie (
1 rec'-Etly tnmptel to n EETHI NO.POWDERS the Bouels.. Strengthen*
.' vOfltbi3FI(% < ham :-- 1 'r tree Mm'e
and Uei-jy. and that thf latter jist 'I r rdav 15 the Child and Mku
SCOTT V I:< .\\' S h Ui ,'. -.p,1rt..X'! ; V "ISA i"C Costs 25 cents at Druggists
Th' robbery tiiok Illal'at the corner awaited the victims alou: the I Only TEETHING I EASY.

\ f 4'>! Sisth awn ue and! Seventeenthir n" j Or mail 25; toata tll C. J. MOFFETT. M. D.. ST. LOUIS. MO.
: I highway. I tI.ORI'ICLS., ('.. Nor.mt .Iwasftr-taJvi 1 b,..ur fvn.ly fbj i laa in C ,arlrtug n. u"It TtHIHNim"i
: <">-t. -hwetiier wot the attack with Moral Wave Sweeps El Paso. ,
.. r.4 IhntomfcS.
irlnlijmhi"a he a. butamTjryuuninf.tit.aaiirrvt>tiie<>f( ardlr irm a "" n
: f.. I i I ,, tb'C.rlf'l'LIIIllt, elf, 'fiuhnnf' jnjtolw-54er5" i 'cnUsJ, '."l-.mJ.n H tmtt rtsistanre and was find at ii Paso Tex.. May -For the first lii-rit :iiu'e ;I'tI'
'V ({ MONROE Syndicate Buys Morococha Mines. ,: oarI* ,. itu|" it u-..,,f Jrui,'< and *.iiciiuivri ... UJtwe' lie HM t II.-.'.III. a.-I Uk ."IIb Ibh'f
ti\w times The bullets howeur. wi'ntwli : time in many years pbulic gambling; i Garland ..11'. i! "e 'I: ntcs..' "b. 11t..r.Lian..b4t..atl..b.r.lu'tlh.tt." : nit IT. .1 I.,. *.. ...... sal
New York :May a.IE'ssr3. I "e Ul i. asure j r< :ajmt.,,''"': '%<"'u' f''.,:.Is in'u-i 11.f tie burn 1 ft ,il tint so ni an, 1..1'1. u to I'v 15111
|- of their tnt ndd mark. Th" ;i I has been entirely! fciis-penikil in this I and Head l, a< tics for a British ',ab, II"'.' UAUTW ELLM. \\'tK, (Man&..--r Uuljr Tie a4 \\..k.jr 't':I1-"o.u..t.BOYS .> -

\ r 1 r/-A "ir. gbwarman ater securing the valual.lfit tHy and the front doors of all saloons syndicate! ha\'<' purchased for J: 150. I

made c>xxt his | were do.sod throughout Sunday The lIo"ou..bIOllll\k."hlll.'trll
eseapP.Rohiri ;
t
I.I 11,1'1'4. UO,) the Morocoiha: mines an the Yauli and: GIRLS moni-v dui ing spare moment? If
,11 I. Hall, of \VnidIavn, a white I mavor's prodamation providing' for PerurdiapatcUto hI). you can rntJilydo MI, by ..*Hint .
Lima
I'I'I district says a 4I* '. cotnmi"ion on all ,)ti-! An 10'll'llttll-I\III.| iirucli" for
our Blueine. V" "
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was by Edit l.akp gambling! restrictions and clos-1 .
mar. run over an I Sunday The Herald. hnu.hoilu.F.vtrVO.'ty' iiu.'UKatetl when tIv 8. .. tt line .b<-rl nmkft lh Lafti
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W. C. ROWE. M. D. < ar aod usta-ned! injuries from which I j jh I Int of saloons and games; became effertive ------- Blue-water jou evt-r used. in tilt Wieli.Vr4t ; loilAh. Iore your territory |0 takru by"
vuiiq UDH eNe. s-d Vo. wIll Send bv rotarn mail ono IIOZ"II piwkie" of Blurine.
'. will probably die. His left leg was I I I Sunday and it may b<> said WILL CURE CONSTIPATION. W hta'.ou hive S ,hi them return us "Ur., retaiuiDi: the bs1iic. lUr HI >. x I ilal.it ,
4m|>utat.*l Ani his right leg badly |I that El Paso has observed the Sab- A. A. Herren, Finch Ark., writes, l'onoti1elv. hut write at oncn.Ail .
1 .0 p. Ill '4J' rushedAn bath probably for the first time in her I, .
preparation fwr coughs, colds and -
unknown man was hit in the history. long trouble. I know that it has I

I'M. .no tin.jwr >wiil ha \whit boy, J. F:. Iol.\\ay.! ( cured consumption in the rim

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0 .'-;;'-: -:-- .; '.1..:S, Tru. n-sris skul: was crusheil! : Nw "Vork. May :5.Gt-orge J. Gould :-". Falufox. *treet.Foley's Ifl I -0

> FOR 4, J1[ .! H iI" !h"". aal 1Will d'tInner >. j has chartered the Rntish built and 1, !iofld Tar I

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owned steam yacht Taurus formerly!
touhildrcn.safe.sure.'ooDiates..
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THE PEOPLE. or I'nrt.
the' J.fITh.! ... vessel has ln-en commended .

'I to fit out at Southampton | I
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.. I... ..1. \011.iLtttI.I 1 --- -j I Kngland and will sail\ for these watersabout POLITICAL

f\ prjReuJi :May :2'i(l. Mr. Gould will use the 11S
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T
; 1"r''l.h Taurus in cruising! along the last and '

some of his trips may extend well to ANNOUNCE1ENTSFor ;
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:'.i. \ I4)L.I.I ). Ui. w-n\arJ.
L! : L1r \ -.. .-.-..--.,.----,- -.. ,- -"" ,

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I .u. I State Senator. Perfect Fit Newest
Gilbert Makes $4,000 Bond.
,.. .$94 ..II A, ,. I
.. .. The friend of Hon. \V. A. Ulount --;
I. riu' I Way'ros. Ga.. :May 5.-George! F.
1 to .\ .\ l him candidate
4pp'y hereby announce a a ColorsAl1
.. / Lengths
( .It Gilbi it who appeals for a new trialIn ,
for Mate senator from this, the fcec- ,

m improti-a .1\1 l ...- tonneiUon with the r...tt systemcar henatonal District and re-pect- Finish.A
\I i imll ..mount..1 >* robbery case;; and who was refuir I fully a-k the support of all Democrat I Superb .
., I-J'" K.. H. ....10. for the cominsr .
Dim at !! primary.For
.. "Mt bv the court to give a bond for
i I..f.u hi t .r rrft pots for J'I pocketbooks styli loreve'J fig 'e.
I .in.iu J4.0IHI until Jure '.*. when the applua-
Representative. I

\1\ ,n n..rt mll""v"" tion for a new trial is to be heard The friends of :r-cott M. Loftin take \ Royal Worcester

i ,. .oount d h...YoU...! .rittr. niil* : :}1'iJ Lfl has g'.viu tl.e bond very promptly and tin-, means of anr.ouncin him as :u : A \ I _

) iiprotml "..IY raiL was releaied fruii: lustody. candidate for Representative in the i ft.nd

.'" rioath I'..U- ., c. !?\I-I1ijj. Legislature: : from E-cambu county I

'a." Depot Burned at BeaumontIlpaumput. and they deire tLe support; of all Bon Ton Corsets

I '. 'KKO MUNhY: ._- ......'.-)'i.' --', T. x:.. :May o,-At 1 o'dork Democrat in the coming pnmarv I! .
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,\.v.Iprnp..rt.pro.ur Mil rent .-..- : "o'" ;' !'''' this mornim tin- Southern Pacific For Representative. STRAIGHT FItONT ,

S"I orlptton *. bivittnd4 !! fr-ipht ill'pot va- burned with all record The friend of Henry C. Clopton I,I, i1r'4 ::' \ teAler sI ei.. o !I'
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..titK 1'.1. atwjo A Co.to. :>.iin I..ms Ah rutirati" ah.; datp and about $t aIJUOfoorth of announce Lira aa candidate: for I, \ A e fl a i.itute. I

,.r.. ,,f.nlt, IVnmt- >'nuii am a -pie> of insanity: repre-entative: m the Legislature '1

1- tat.. w.1I T lead.. evurvonev ll.ili Miortunell. woto' kloktn' freight --- - from K;;:ambia CnUltyand request ROYAL VIORCESTERCU I If
mooy
')\"". "4.ttI 'bunt'; I d.un' si-e but jo's sane: Cures Cancer, Blood Poison, Eating the support of all democrats in the R,

'luiu.'hChicago: News.TRU'ELINU Sores, Ulcers, Costs Nothing to Try. cominz; democratic rrinury. .
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_____ ___ Blood j
"'".:.. I rIDI' Itt1 IS DANGEROUS. ire the wur-t and! most dt't'p.*eatt'd The friend; of J. T. Fillin im. of -
-' 11111I Con-tintmutioii: jirthe kidney- 1'iluH ; him
earth. the ;5 pnais. announce aa -
blood dieap' on yet
which are kept in place in the body ? candidate fur the le.{ hturt'. fubject .
\I .11.1.1 \tI .\ .-\'I' : U. ea ie-t to cure when Botanic Blood
.___ _.. .._u bd..lIc.ltp attarhm"lit. Thii is to the democratic primaries, of
the that travelers. trainmentrett Balm i H used. If have Moo
'" I Io."rn b > I. r -.,. r-d. M'.I car men, t"IIIltHand all poiioti, iiroducin! ulcer*, bone paina, 4GOLAY@) I CHOICEST
M..\ i-ttli pOi.ktillflag'ut.t. who ilme M'ry much Mill' r from patche-5. falling For County Treasurer. I
1'iu1l'Ies mucuiiUi
.ii-. i Ij,I ii'i'""< fn Ki-hoUrohip>... 1'.tl\lh"' .. kidney ti li-'-t'H: inoine (orm. Foley hair itching kin. -.eroful.i.old rlieumutim I announce myself a candidite for Grist and CorD Weal f Wills, -0.-
Mciiri MarlH-r < ,,l- -; )\Idllo-V ('ur.. itreii trHI- the or ollen-ive form i>f cat ,rrh, renomnntion>11 fur; the po-iti'n' of >

t mttf, kidney :.lId'cur...-, ail formof kidney scao-> and scales, deadly cancer, e.it- cnunttrpaurer if K-caisbu county r H.<< F. GOflZHLEZ 4 CO., Prop I,

\ ii I >V mil- -i il.--- aiid bladder ili-eu-e.engineer.tien.Lima.H.ll lug! bleeding, festeringores.. -welluus -ubiectto the :action 01 the democratic MaactactcrersCHOICIiMKALAM f FRUITS ANDCONFECTIONERY[ f fAT
I locomotive
u-.in ; ; lumps, per-i-teut w.rt or ore, ; nmarr. i : )
PIUKGHOUNDSTOCK :
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0 : .-iiif w.ll par (>., write-. -On-taut vibration of take Hotinic: Hlood J.lIm'! 1 H.: H. H. J. W. FRATER. '

.. :u i .> on" Ad. the tUjlUe1U".1 me a )jrreat deal It will cure even the worn ca"e after JKKII: :
:!' .. mitfXV of trouble with mv Kidtieyand I everything f-I.p fail. H. H. IS. dram- For Tan Assessor. Patronize Home Industry, for there "I
every reason you should' hjy vonr :Meal
.inli-il. zol no relief until I u-ed Foley .s the poison out of the -y-tem and the I hrrfobannouucp.' iuyjelf" as a Stock 1'1 from tae Home Manufacturer C. APOSTLE'S

--. .. .. Kidney ( uze." \V. A. Alemberte blond, then everyore heaKmaking; candidate for re-election a-. Tax As-i for by BO doing: you.. t'nOJfU" ,
lil S.: 1'alafox street. the blood pure and rich, and building e-or f.'r E-cambu county. subject try. Year moa y Is left in tIe!
> r- "l "ror liomXKit.'i and you In tuin are 10lIrpctl!110ll8Indlll'I' 14 East;| Government St.
,,. .' the action of tl.e democratic I
t > N< ".. Tyny-IS.il-wiiu Stop* the Tit k1lnt.! ; up the broken-down body. Ho- to pri-1 In fosterlnz the home \: ,
.nU" tanic Blood Balm li. B. H.) thoroughly mary July 15. contribute to taf cajse o! la o .
.... Formerly Cordova HetaurantHtand
s4 u.iV-i.ii ti. lit L:9: 'l.ult.o.iftIle
II. tu"'si "1: 1 It to tbecommaniiy In wiileS live and
,, ._ tested for M yearDrug W. W. Rl-HARIL*'. yon 1
.. v ,- n ag .. ? with o which oootrlbateH to your inpport .1
i II tc. .UMM>H. Hm- I ''stores. $1 per lar e bottle. Trial o --'- --- ---- I One car-load of Pineapples at 11.75to
'.? Mr,, WlUon. .I. ( hIInpftIIreN. treatment fH'eoy\ writing Blood For Tan Collector. $:2.t JI) per dozen. !

at.ttutb ,, \\'rilllli: li: ibe London Irapbic. Sir! I r Halm Co., Atlanta, ( a. Describe I hereby announce myself as a I I PARKER'S j i i iI

.' .. "tit*--pOll" Harry Jolinston. K. I r. I n.. has much tutu trouble and free medieil advice CtHolhdate'for re-election as Tax Collector _HAIR.. BALSAM I
.
..plir-r vod ]Uc" ..- I I I > ulmut MnuiKt inoiikejH rhimpnneei given until cured. H. H. IS. does not for E-camhia county, -ubjectj I Ct ,". ft.tS lot b's-n.l..if ftit ftruwthPTer Le :ar.P'oUlO I Buy a new garden hose ; I( .
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:',u \t'.11 IUIUMI."*qlUOOIlHl Add,.III,, |I *.anil hal j'lIs ftiuutl by hiui: In the contain mineral pol- nor mercuryas to the action of tl.e! democratic primary -, !;.; Hair. .to Pails.ta! to Youthful. Restore Co4Or Gray I from the I Willis J Hardware
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15. .. i
July c) a p if A air" fL." .
alutf I' 1'i.Miula .t\Jratc; Ilia i peclal pet ( ?o maiiyadverti-rfdremedie-do ., _..
t'r"t
I >>" ti" If i "' iJfj -j I
A. H I'Al.EMBEKTE. | Company.
Is but i<; conipo-ed of Pure Botanic In- m
KU-nnor
Mallraxers.
-.v 1.1 ;. l Ir :\ti Kit'a nor
i!! Mlniut human. Ibe natives told theplnrrr !{redipnt". Over :30M' te"timoui11" of r en
.. cures by taking Hotanic Blood Balm
.
.n hrirk tur aodi deal about the ch'm-
a Kreat
..- ated lut. oiruerof ]' ,iB.B.B. ,
'' 's I.ahilu'h us Ittt ImildlnK!
: I >ir prtM and 1IiL4'

.' ,, ! \\lnuo-"" \"II<'II.'rsl m the trees. They Smnmrr Pillow FLBrawner'sOnePiiceCashrlouse.CUT
I .IIII : t
1 I !-! tl! that it is the tnnl' 'hmpBnZl'l"SI I I It is ea5y in rp: the side seams of a

.i>\- -piwr'm of boil|>rnprrro .., on. 'i I hit to i.IM'j: with his t>..ik to the tree JeUiMte! or corneous pillow coverinr

.n. fur further in- trunk The natives of Toro rej-eat th.atrtioni' .. and rarefully! pull!! the pillow throut-'b

A... .....(.Uee or to I*. ; ur KMIII I'lisha! to the effect I the openln Shake tbe dust from the
I .1 !'I7tf; i
that t'ie cUimimnzees\ lire rather fond i elaborate! cases rnd lay them away PRICES IN TWO !
.1 <1..lr,,')I.. totr in
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.. m<, b> the Hfhrr1nlni of Ueatlnj;: with their hand hollow white neither C.es nor tun nor rust cal . 1 ,
.4 I P.OUtb PiI&ti tn-e trtinka whiih they Cm! in the for i find them. The cost is very small of .

..,.1 and ..t boutiiis;: In accompaniment tnateual which: in summer Is t atefuto IIMI yards Dress hwie worth 6s i"J dozen Lidles Li-le Thread; ijt) pieces Medicated 21-inch Cotton

.'t'ILlIIDU udt 01 empty nont beerMannfactarer to th:< (inuauvtmu>-ic.: The ehimpan- tbe touch and iavitiug to the e 'e. yard, 10 yards for b"! cent \-e-t5, worth K cents yours for 2ij Diaper. lOyard in a piece worth

t> ,'* are .-...rtaIly't'fJ'! noisy vs Len theylHliee : and it is little trouble to sew up squares cents. !SJc, for this sale, ftjc.liji r
1 bOO tl yards Dres Ditnitys. worth ,
,
tI'H'\ thms.'l\e-, unobserved. and surely
toe or oblongb to tt your pillows T jC IU'yards for 45 cents. < lono Hoy's at.d Men's l : collars, ) dozen Ladies' Fan Black Full "' r t'

,", N I.ItiIItIKNM: \ 1I."hI1 n..r. i! appreciation of such cushions, si1UCt broken sizes to close! out at 3 each. | Keamles: Hose, regular lOc l,
Ii "'lt1 I:"11" .f.1I1.... ; : In color and cogl 1 to the touch. :.i.)tJ) yard bleached yard wide Do- II I for this sale good: I i
.. .1..1.., I..f ".\m I as dear to jou now as I waste 6'4capair ; 4 pair for l'
-_ j will cipressed by .clr popularity mestic, 10 yards for 45 cents. :2uO! Ladies Madras and White 25c. I
'd : t..U,.... 'lnrc' we married?" Inquired the soft !i material for this purpose isi Waists, worth The and U. to close at II .1 I 1 1Ii ;t
\ '" '(IIIII:: vi If*. I The best used for 21 *) J'ard" unbleached r ea I-land i ISe.: ) dozen Men's Seamless Half I
,1\ ":- "I can't tell." unguardedly: respondedthe i the linen which is commonly_ .L. ._ yard wide Domestic. 10 yards for 45 Hose, !in brown, red and black for ; I j
I
I r "(Ih. Hat. Toiletuoteromeni Kememoer IDa in !
1:. .... liushan.L "I didn't keep account -1 furniture coverins. cents. i 51) pair;* Lace Curtains 2'2 yards ) oc a pair. I t
young warm: weather more comfort is to Ll long, regular 75c;: goads, to close at I, ;
of my expenses tbcn.rhiladdrha I which Is not too soft :jnOO yards Embroideries, regular 45c. 25 dozen Men's French Dropped. I!
I to r I 'u ,It' ru .... i bad from a pillow ; I Stitched Under
Record. coverings quite price 7''j tos'iC, 10 yards for 45 cents. Whirls: worth 40c, to
>. : V |.:KM.H farnlined.arlt I I So make your summer 25 dozen Iare Turkish Bath Tow close at 2jc: each. Drawers to match. 't
pecialdelgni I NoiiisofTime. I bit smaller than the down pillows.A 11))) yards Dress Pique and Ducks! els, worth $2, will close at (1.20. 1M )
-10. IJS etl regory i i I worth 11) and 121 ,e. 10 yards for So 3i) dozen Men's Fancy Striped t I
!\Odlm I have sold Chamberlain's Colic, i "e.etable Stew. cent 20' dozen 24x3vinch Bleached Lace Under Shirts, 45c each. Draw. !I
!Iee I 1
i Diarrhoea for ? Towels, for this sale, at 50c dozen. ers to match. I
and
i-'i. \ Remedy
_v iit-'.. ,, Cholera : I To make a nice vegetable stew pick 'I I\
t "ad Moral 1.lltnl-i years: and would rather be out of1 clean as much spinach J i, 1000 yards Ores Cross Bar. worth | 35 dozen 2>x42-inch:: Towels: rez- 2 dozen: Ladies' Black and Colored I. I
\ ir yards for &.) cent! I, nlar lOc good, for this sale We I Hilk Tafletta Waists, regular price :
'4Q. ci V nt Uffgnry.srwim i bottlea of it yesterday to thresher as will make a I dozen. !I I I'I
J.50 close
: $ to at $2,20\ each. til
and chop two bandS 25 dozen Ladies' Bleached Vest,
that could go no farther: and they I small onions, pick '
I II i r
: \ are at work again; this morning; fuls of parsley put all Into a sauceI ; with tape: in neck, 5 vests; : for 25 50) yard White Batiste Lawn, I This sale will positively not run ii! 1 jt

,I .('i'T' Law School. 1 H. R. PHELPS, Plymouth, Oklaho- |I I pan with rather more than half a pint 1 cents. I regular 12'!';t quality 10 yards for 85c. I for longer than one week. Ii lilF.

\I RSITY OF VIRGINIA. ma.: As will be seen by the above of gravy a bit of butter dusted wit! .

I ,,1'.1 I :*M Hummer, July the threshers were able'to keep on i i'I flour, a little salt and pepper, cover I Iio
Hy the Law "I'ullv.f with their work without losing a' closely .tlr It now and then E. BRAWNBE'S ONE-PRICE 'CASH HOUSE[
i the
, the should !I pan .
\ candidatei for single?:! day's time. You keepa the spinach la tender mash! ]I,
>ri who bare lacked bottle of this remedy in your home. : and when

torcatalojue, adrrtary For pale by all druggists and rnedi-1 i rmooth. Serve It with ellcei of broiled I I 5; SOUTH PALAFOX STREET. @

l brloHt'tWt', Ti. I cine dealers. tarn or with sausage I I

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$ ill THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MAY 6, 1802

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I t 111 111r'rt tl ''Ii CONTRACT I 1 V re-sC csEEgg:- : 1Politicians. : I I NEWSY ITEMS Nature Smiling : "Slrol 5t t in He W\'



I s Politics and i FROM MOLINO While Thousands Suffer.Paine's .

r 1 WAS LET TO i i The 421 Annual Statement for .
; y*
44 Entered at the font Office at Feosacola.n --- Ending December '
< ...ltcond-cla 8 manu I I., i"4I 3iat, laoi ?,


':I i\1 a I;'it.J lJ:. OFFICE street:-ntt'up-statrs.Building, :211'$ SouthfaJafoi : I I A. V. UBS !I ; 3 Correspondence, Fla.tally, May News.Molino 3.-An. item or CeleryCompound l THE f [EQUITABLE

i 1 I I two from Molino may be of interest

J (II!f l' THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. (I After many years of freedom from I
The new Gulf Transit Company's FIFE( ASSURANCE
: for Bloxbam Fred gave way I j I' saw mills: we are apt shortly to hear I II 'I ( ZOCIEII
I. B. HILtsOX Editor.t .
Managing
.f office building on Command an cia | Then Jennings took the chair;; | : ,
[ j jj in our village the steam whistle and
1l! J'r :' W. M. BALL, Business Manager. wharf will be erected by ContractorA. i j Btill wasted he for bit day i!I ,I I Assets .. .. -h . f. .
j 1,1 ( I hum of machinery. The location '..
1 I fll.jWO1!! Acddld not yet detpalr. | :I Reserve and other Liabilities
V. Clubb*, whose bid of (
k l'tit: Term: Invariably in Advance. Ii has been selected and will be back The Great Spring Health Giver . .. . . _,
1 I I was favorable to Chief Engineer Kriendg thought him Illy treated <(
I I One \'tar by Mail ,.' ......__15 w of the section house and this side of "
. ; till Months .. ... .. ..... :j 5uOn Montfort of the L. & \., and who II Saw for him anew deal.! I 1 I Makes Sick People Well. I I l Surplus (from which Din: """
I 4 fr And earnestly they entreated I'j 'the old log pond on the railroad. dends are paid . . s .
, Wwk.by Carrier, Payable Monday 10 has communicated with Mr. Clubbsj I = *-
/ j i TLat for Congress be make a spiel. Commissioner!! Johnson has quite a I Ii. I Paid
to
Policyholders
t notifying tim of the acceptance of in
I r i ,err.irglatn Furnished on ApplicationTELEPHONE j But quite fixed na hIs wish; force of men at work clearing and i I IlIu I 1901.... ...:.. ... . .I .'- ,.
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t i i his!! bid. i.\ Prominent CU-rgjinan Tell* New
timber Insurance in Itlol..f< ,
Congre5rwasn'tbsdeslre
It : I cutting preparatory to putting ;!'i :,."
! NO. 118. I The specifications: provide that' i I I Total I
}I i I T' \a6gov'cer, no otter dish surauceinforce
the mill frame. The frame
lllt'ti
up \\ Hr JNci from IIi. Dec. -,
31, 1.$1 '
I f
1 work will be commenced within l To which he did ?
! I aspire that is being used is;; the one from I i
NSACOLA MAY 6, 1802"It .
I : I three months from the award of con-L j Notwithstanding the greau-rf
.1' Peril.
j Ii,1. '! bo at bit word they took him McDavid, which was purchased by i) Desullj cial strength of the Society IIJ: ":,
f tract but from present indications ]I And rallied to Lamar
1 greater security which .
.: I y i milliol the gods grind slowly i the company with correlated iron !> When it- .
I 'ww fiat" ? this work will be completed within{ i j And though they all forsook tim spring comes with its gentle holders thereby enjoy, It! R.\T,
exceeding
1 But tbt-jr grind I roof. This has all been taken down showers, its balmy air. its bright'sunshine are LOW and GUARANT; .
i M When they grind for Pensacola, that time as the successful contractor | He till hoped to git that.Then than
II ter
t r The key of Morgau'i great corutimt' I i I and rafted down the river and is''! and bursting bud, it too given by other c' _, "
intends to finish the job as soon; I be of Jackson taw a chance I after homes
I brings to our of
scenes
being hauled. The mill
now at Cottage
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I 1'al: ooldier and the puguist atI e as possible.This i And hypnotized poor l"rtl1. suffering and physical decay.

1 men w hotlbht ht'ir way to the front I i I I And into the trap Fred tumbled, I Hill, machinery and dry house The seeds of disease which KXOWLES
1. BUGS.
1t building trill: be replete with were ,
t f With beU quite over bib ttad. I boilers, etc., well shortly be removed imperceptibly I I'
ti' fl' 1 TN .: Deep Water Harbor of the every convenience nice ary to making I I germinating during :

*tL \ h Gulf is an open door for the greatMorgan up what it should b*>. Fixtures SoiSD't that a measly'bame, I and put up here. Mr. Johnson also I, the winter months, have developed ,': Gf'neralltl.nt....

I it. combine ships rioou they To treat poor Fred that way; told me that the mill at Geneva, and planted in the system dangers 309 8. Palafox St.. PENS.vPensacola.
I' will be modern in i
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every respect
fP I ? 4I, t will be loadi&K great European cargoes I Jle'll bet et Le elected Ala., being run by his brother will that now call for our instant care

l' i !! at our wharves.AMI I and there is no great wonder that I And lie's tbelied now to stay also be and attention. Neglect and procrastination
I brought over aud that the will
riw( r the employed of the exporting branch I'i ': ou1deepen existing
t I1 l'! the sweet j proposed to two mills perils and lead to'dp3.th. I Ii
: now girl graduate company ran -- "
f L' her i of the L. & X. are overjoyed at thIpro e i j jj De-pite the promise tl'j Fred, made I II,i- Before the advent of spring, you ;' lI
: is! planning 1
: buy commencement : together. '
I ,VI Soon dull lesson's will j : -pent of occupying one of the '''by 1 the man from Jackson that he must have noted syptoms perhap's' of ''
{t gown. The railroad people are going to i 'indigestion, dyspep-ia rhtum.m-in: ,
i H be done, then will come delightful 11 neate'-tof buiUings upon cOll1plEtionof would sew the vote of Old Jackson II neuralgia kidney di-ease. liver com AXIl; I HE
.' 1 put in a switch which will operate ]plaint. functional
dances and attentive beaux. the I irregularities, or
''it' contract. i in
", up a bagaiid;: deliver it to him in 'nervous disorders.
as near to the river '
1 I as they can get ,
I -- -
I a bunch, that was the first Take warning sutltrtrsl I the
1 'I1'H an abundant dew berry crop county to ; s-ymp- Beef I I.4N
: here i> flue rational wa) to treati, it as the bulk of the logs!! will comedown i foul experience Trusts
Kloridians( are iu po-itiouto defy the iia-al catarrn ; the medicine ii i- ap- : which! General Lamar went when disease.you are ignaU of
I the river. It is also Delay: not atiotntr day
Ij meat trust ; and we Peusicoliaus are I i,I plied difft' to the affected memftie |he started out on his; canva And reported hesitation, aud indici-ion on your;
I rtill bettt-r mitt, for we hat: e plenty of :, lJrallf.. remedy is Ely's Cream that Mr. Kaumeister intends to move |part may forever seal fate. If I
ttj f I Bitlin.. It r,,.-tvrf: the iullamed tie .: 'he wa* cordially greeted. There i jour : .atBaby
J. mullet and crab* for the i his from you have already made effortto
catching.; j family Cottage Hill and
; sue to a healthy state without dry j ji baui-h
. te r was 110 bra-s band ; no free feed ; your troubles by the u-e of I I
1 l ing all the life our of them aud itsi i! build here.
other
;1 ; I. 11 ii said that at a banquet in Bir- < medicines and the treatment !j
ivies back the but ;ruses> of taste 'merely a modest hand bill aunounc- of '
In former physicians, and these have failed, !
p a letter I mentioned
t lUiLghauiilliaui Jennings Bryanintimated and sUitll. The sufferer who tired
is
j in; that Uentral Lunar would ad- we counsel you to put your full trust . .
\ : :'li t't that 111 the next presidential of vain experiments should u-e about the finding of good black oil in that great disease t
j' baui-her.
1 he \vould Cream Balm.: Druggists: ; sell it for (dress the! voters of Jackson at the Paine's ;
1r campaign play the Celery Compound. Its
"Jack's
t on Branch, about one and use
j .00 centEly Brothers. 16 Warren
;.- 01 t (K \ part of! Aaron: and let t-ouie, one else s tre"t. New \'ork. I H i court house ou a given date. But it for a week or two will convince you','; The good people of Pen--a

v'f t" ; 4 be :\lu-.... Does he mean to bow to was signed by some of the most a-half miles from Moliuo ; so satis- that you have truly commenced a I quit eating meat and an

:t, I t I the glldt" call, tau:' NAME SIGNS NEEDED i prominent and influential citizens of fied are the parties interested that a new leading existence.and prominent Rev W. E.clergymanof Aldndge, I plenty of delicious lli-cuit-. ';

oil is there that several
options on Dirmingham.Ala.
,
.! THK Santa HO .ifrielldojtfitutral i iI the county. The court house was "I had been says:- I fills aud Cakes in-tnud
1 ON STREET CORNERS lands have been taken and a alUicted for ten year
I t Lamer will complete the; or auizatioii !| ,crowded aLa General Laiuar made pur- with what I thought to be heart disease j with
1 ,,1 of their campaign club tonight --- I II '. chase aud deed made by clerk for but after having the physicians ,
t
; KUitorlia.ly :St\n. many new friends there.
examine I
I Milton auJ on the next visit i therei I 'I over ::iuoacres of land where the oil me, learned that I was .BUFFALO.
,' The attention of the city authorities { almost thud from indigestion. They I .. ..
i >f the popular congressional candidate ;i: is respectfully called to the sad Now the man from Jackson wants indications;; are. The party directly.., told me they could give me medicine
.i I I ., : they will be ready to give him that would relieve me but there ,I
fI
I interested
lack of signs to designate tile : 'to make a better for ( told me a few days ago was
I'i I names showing Myers no I BAKING
a rousing greeting at Lamar head-I permanent cure. Then I began ;, POWDER.
;' I lUut&r of the streets in the nty. One not !J than that ?o he has advertised tligte'Mr. that they intended putting down oue using Paine's Celery: Compound ]!

: ,1\-\ I I fainilnr with the street, (and then i iI well at which gave me immediate relief, ,I
once
as
I : Myers will speak at the Marl- soon as necessary and I am now well and ; Be sure and use th II' FK\i
1 I N>LI, (iKf.M l ; of has enjoying
MU.N II\ had a5lortan dint. many many lumesj a ,
j' : machinery and piping can be put i good health. I can The '' ,
: : anna court house (Saturday morning recommend "Baby1 i- the I t'! t \1'
'hard
1 fleckered catt'er. Lut uloiuou was I I time to know where he is ai.d! Paiue's Celery Compound to be the-

!1 I i .low (compared to James Minor, ai|; has; to get his information as best he !i j In order that a great crowd may upon the ground. best medicine for all ailments ; ifi I Co. Watch him w

s l' Wlseoniu lnau\ho meets the Its rcan) and very frequently the pt'ople'lliviug gather, ht-aNo; advertises that there I!I A sale was made a few days ago people will u-e the Compound: freely,

tkt' !1 ", .. 1 tnariuer tiuudav! ; wedon Monday ; i l on the streets do not thtniij. } will be a free fi-h fry in the court of ]IGy acres of land, part under wire pay.they"will have no doctors'!! bills to AA AAAAA.A

:(!! i iU l : part-onTue-day, and institutedi j. selves know the name*. Plea e, i houce yard. Wouldn't that be a line ;.i: fence by the widow Carr, to a man < { '

\ \\J! vorce proceedingsedueday.. some' one who has the authority, alur'teud i DJ.mond Dyes are thesmpiretdyelwade ', S
; i
from Ohio
y I, named Williamson for A child Ping
chance for that joint debate !i IflU: u tb"m. Pong J
J f I j! This i? ?w lit enough tu make }'v j' to thiaud not only the collectors propose ,

". d I, :,1. Lead. swim. (I but ail strangfrviitin i ;! th;.- by Hon. John. !; li!. Heard, aud which i\.i UtMMJ. This land adjoins the supposed ,; I. O. O. F. < Base Ball > 1.

; I' city will rite up mud call you bur=.- i i has not yet, so far as I am able to :{i I oil land. The widow i is shortly < ,
"M'nw KiiihR" wants to know'hy A special imeting of Pensacola >
t; i tII," ,... when county commissioners r s I i ed. Add this lit the other improve- learn been accepted by Mr. Myers? going to join one of her married Lodge X o. 4, I. O, 0. F.. is called for < Tennis Rackets >

: j I mentsyou are making and you will i ;i ii I i: daughters at Salt: Lake City. Wil- Tuesday, ulh in=t., for the purpose of ,
are chus-en I for four years, it N nece--i {pave done well. 'attending the funeral of
Brother
COLLEUIKK.
i i'; 1 '. ..ary to vote again;: this year to fill :I Ii' --, __ __ j There i is no doubt but that to> i':,.,Hanson i i-; a Grand Army Man and I Fred BallH at Warnugton. Dummy J Tennis Balls, J

: their olliee-. At the l general rte! c?; ytuthrrs: ;\1'11 hf't'h1.,1! IaPf" march under the banner of a general I as such we welcome him into the leaves at XM p. in. All visiting
tt "r brethren are cordially invited.J. < Golf & Golf
tiouolli'v: we Uled for a cutistituv Ho*.lIIltny ilulJren arettt this t-t-Hsoii feverish who has never known defeat fills the i ; community. L. HOKKAS Supplies, f
t.: end cuu'tltmled. '.. itb bad fctomack S
.. :". i; ,, HvuaJ kiueiidinet.t providing that and 1I..1 1 forchndrrn will alwav-cure. Ifnurnis < Whitely Exercisers
t: ; titrtafter county commissioners; re j jj.hajl I are present thy will certainly remove deuce not to bf obtained in any other !: the :30th of four marriage linceusea O .A. >S T 'O-n-:I-.A. ,

.J' r t elected by the people and them.! HI-K At nil!. drumin AflUretbAlleU" ots h. Oliusted Samplenimlfi | divi-ioa of the great political army issued for your cit V. Your corres- Bean the 1t: R rd Yu Has w ants, J Clubs & Dumb Bells, :

I l Lot appointed by the governor. That Ldtoy, =-. 1. I i i ijpoudeut e1gDilure .. '
; Lamar is tile man.: sent down application for'i I If' ,- #
I
amendment i* now law therefore1 I I I < Edison Phonographs >

a we must > ott- thittar for live county DRILL AT MAGNOLIA THE POLITICIAN. !i! two and upon receipt of same performed < ,
I! >
t j., CoHi'ni .-ionerK.ich inu'tbeaijetldeut I.ike DIUMCH llcli.rc the io')I lit". ., the ceremony. Oue couple j Phonograph Music, J JJ
of tiir district he i is!! to repr \\RY GE 1
r.-.ent, but the whole live are oted BLUFF TONIGHTOj Baby lives are destroyed in the summer came into Moliuo about 5 p. in.- t\\\: \\ %F and Tires ?
.. J Bicycles
1 by cholera infautum. The at Miss Winnie Nichols and George !i .. ,
for t> the ct.usty ut Large.
't y "
tack of the disease is sudden, its
1.1 wson. Then at 7 p. rims I had to ,
progress is sometimes terrible and < Fishing Tackle >
f U t'i..itthetruettcemtiLtuellee! i j The 7. man drill of the F-'comb rapl\!. :Mother who have !lIVI'Utheir i: take a trip of six miles due we-t
I Ice < >
ii I I KiiSes children Perry Davis Pain- : t
prinK'tiiiie. aud !in accord with nature' at Magnolia mutt! tonight I'
I killer i in water with a few dropof'' from ;Molino to Irvin Pugh's!! home
< For You frJ
( I )greet law of :action and reaction II I promi-fp to be largely attended ai.d added Anything
I : brandy can tell how thi treat and. a little after 10 p. in. united in
our f-teemed contemporary, { lia-, checked the diarrl..i
\ the railroad Iru made men ; and
t IC, The Picayune, Itavethe weighty company amj ( vomiting, and put the little patient marriage. Push's daughter MiLuvada =!' J Want go to

I t t rwl til..rrlatiotl'onthertpublicuiparIt j: pie preparations{ to handle a large out of danger. 23;: and &() cents. and George A. Klemuiing. < >

t \ the tru't. the war: and other 1110- I' crowd HELLO) In: that YOU LOUIE? one eighteen and one nineteen year*

,'' 1 V\ inentouijuetiotM ol *tate with :,i I The b' yj, knowing the! effect of What's the matter with next l"io4tuf'I'I of age. After a dance of an hour < F B. Bruce J

I : which he ha" heretofore favored iiv '' I favors t-xtcnded, nave sent to day m the opening{ dal? I (
i r "t ; --- '- Mrs. Pugii; served to her ntnnf-rotia <
Mud "lightly turn to thought' of Weather >
4 ( Ob-f-rver Bunnemeyer a CONCERT: AND:
DANCE AT
.;'t In"...' '1 the following 1 ; will.1' hope, |friendabout fifty, quite a nice -up'per <
t free ticket, and in appreciation of MAGNOLIA BLUFF THUU--: 15 8. Palafox."vvvvvV'Vvvv. J
111(' hold u* out in our contention that DAY NIGHT. TRAINS: AT K hJO: which all apprecuted.: I jiot .

x K, i The 1'icayiine "hn: been there" :: I the' favor the :genial weather man AND: LAST TRAIN. I : RETURNS: : i.back. I home just at midnight\ haven; S r

# "'1Vhruthe' 'wuntrrofonrdi'contrnt' i iJ has proini-ed{ the best of weather. AT 11:50. TICK El.: :; 25; CEVfS. I i 7a 1J::::::;) ,
.1 AT IErof.PREPARINC: 'the ati-factir of knowing I had
I there! irre.l.tlble desire i|,
"I ,.a'l. i an CO"CEJrf0:
I : DANTE: AT
j I ] 'been ,
J permitted to make -
two ,
-- :
for rlitiitirNof I lifr> :ud thought/ I coupe : .: "
MAHNOLIA : "I
BH'FF rill
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{ ": and thu- turn to lovc, USDAYiNKJHT. TO ENTERTAIN ;! happy. I II : .
t our fanry ,i 'ffiAlNaATn. S.JUAXD: I j I It's a Mistake t' ..t.' { -, .

'I" the "iilifihteiirr and one xre:.t"solace \9 LAST; THAI KETURXS!i AT THE B'NAI B'RITH HERE 1! The E-cambi.i; river i N again i it I j 1 1I ",J\ ..,, I I I.

I I .. I.f our pre'ent exi-tence. And 11:50.: 'fHI\EII'ifi CETAT I fishing order and flue .Iring. I.f 1"'." '. '. ,
again : "I'mver-al lt>ve i.. borne DEPOT. 1 i First-Class .. \ ,
I The bream, trout and Western Beef I Is ,
.1 | .1. I i Di-trict iirand Lodge No. i.I gosrgle-eye- be- -
I.1 ,
t upon th breeze* of the gentle |

a \ 4: rprit,.r. I:,.ry heart hearit1 wlu-p- I I. O. B. K, will hold their next con- ,, big caught daily. Not 25 Cents a Pound. 1 'I\ ; 1 ;;,

)1I I .-riii; and rt' p tnd' to itbeneficentInfluence. DistressI{\1 vention here. Alpha Lodge No 219 The Rev. Mr. Lawrence preached -- h -'- r'\\

I I :New hope spring' into I 1 ha* appointed various committees to '|here a few evenings all dial ye*te r-; Look at our Price : I, \ "

life wherever there i* aiuht of hu- After Eating make suitable arrangements to en- '''day I, held quarterly conference at La-t )'ear. Now- / I .,. I

r t J nuu endeavor." I Extra Loin .. .. ..I5c to Hie 20c . I
-- ''tertaln the convention which will Pine Karrou. Round ... ., ., .. 15c 15cj ( .. -\\-, ,A ,
\\ fake lliamrh :- au-,'a In'twof t meals, belching, vomiting II i The Mower Bri-ken and Chuck. .. '';
Ill an) be ht'lhere next April, and from | gardens during April j Ms lUc '''1' ;
i I Rib ..,. . .. 1
t t ; tl.if.iK-n., tits of nmous headinlio. Roast lie ISc -::=-
1 with tome new :and untried m-dinne j II have certainly tried themselves Iud ":'_
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present indication they will be Ramp'w ,,.. ,
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royally \ .
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: in the 15c' -
for ueh ..erioutrouble- a" d larrhn-1, paw s-toinacli. are all .' .r" '. -- _
1 t frnjp dy-t-utery. when you -houldknow Fsmptoul'\ of d'tla'p| ,ia. anal tIle I longer entertained. beans and peas will be plentiful now'ina Con?ideriiijc quality, above prices

that for over half a century1'ainkiller I it is neglected harder it is to cure it.Hood's Alpha Lodge will hold a meeting '! few day are this cheaper size in the than country.in any other city of OUR WAITERS WAIT.
ha- cured million f
oC4Fr.
I .? Look out for itnitatioii"! at Temple Beth El: Sunday evening Dewberries are large and abundant We do hav to pay more for our
Sarsaparillaand meats, aud have Noi 01'Ji PATRONrt.
thetr i Ia only one genuine, "Terry I at 7; p. in. to further their plans for s-elling readily at i 5 cent a than to charge more :
.' formerly, but it L-u't
Uarr our fault, ,
The
Pills service here I is all that could
and
lt I this entertainment. quart. we are ceiling a- low as we possibly bl daeirPd

'I. HF.LI.O': IS that YOr LOUT:? T.iilioally! and j-mnant'iitly: cure it- i I The improvement in the get up of can. The dining room is perfectly ap
.
F. A A .
M.I'
I
What1 the matfr with text Saturday I
: "i I f-trciifrthen and tone the rtomudi nut 1 your paper is: much remarked oil.PARLOR MARKET punted, and well suited to the ned-
&II the opening day Special communication of E cim- up the individual
the
other di!!cMive organs for' the natural I 'bu Lodge, No. 15 or family
; F.&A.\I.ati:3U ? Phone
i V : I PINEY WOfIIS.I 13. 'IW. S, itcIKV: dui v, Ladies receive special attention and
If you are thinking of moving; i porfortnance of their funi.tiona.Aorept 1 p. m. Tuesday.' May Cth. Work i in I.,.v. "separate' table!!

f': no sub-titate for Hood's."I F. C. degree. Visiting brethren ir> I PROPOSALS will be received at'i Our food Jot of 8urpa "inf( goad
I ..r* harry Hallmark or call phone vited. I will repair your watches and of quality.
had dyspepsia tweity-five H\KKY. I in firstdastyle.. .Supplies and Account ,
years and 1 GlBB: Jewelry J. I Navy Charges moderate.
:- :fit anJ let him quote you price*. He toe rt Ctrert nw-din-.w bit et no t'p! W. D'C. KF -LEK. Secretary. i tephens. D. C.,*until Department 12 o'clock Washington 1
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has the he.-pring Boats in the city. until I taken teean four takinc. b, llm..ig, ar apari'la.Have W. M.Elegant 1! : 13, 1&U2. and publicly opened noon May i im- :, The 20th Century
'ttlrs t this nll'dll'1@a ; HELLO! IS that YOU LOUIE? mediately! thereafter, to furnish at ,

CONYKKT AND D.\V( EAr d ran now cat alrl1o-t arythme. sleep! china closets, I: What's the matter with next Saturday [ the Navy! Yard, Pensacola! Kla., a Restaurant=$*

i )AH N OI.I.\ HI.l'FF% Th U rtMMUHT. ) \ \" -lOlL, pace no cramps in my stoma b, nbumlr.g o sideboards and leather- I as the opening! d35_?_ quantity: of machinery and tools 1 ,

C 1 KAIX-s: AT s t.:.SO AND and no d!stre s." :MRCWIUAMp'G. Blank proposal will be furnish td ,
)3 P. !LAST TRAIN ItF.T1'RA | Ultm, 14 Frey! I:!., Fms,dree R. :L seat chairs at Marston $ Water coolers that do not upon application to the lave Yard l'hour4il,

i I II r.'. TICKKT& 25; CENT.AT Hood's Sarsaparilla promises toI Quina's- Low prices; easy waste ice, at the Willis A Pen S.KENNY-'iclh. Fla., ,Fv or to the Bcresu.; Pearl & Nicolau]
I PF.POT: cure and keeps the premise. mHf tr (;n"t" ,
I l I I I ipuy merits. Hardu-are Co.'s L' 6. .Y. ;-z., ,2-& ayoaw2.x ,
i 216 i B. Pal..f' =;.

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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA TUESDAY, MAY 6, 1902. + ,
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1 nMU' Pr"' ,oat ll 'Wlctuld"t; M. E. CLARK Asi't Cashier. A QUIET I
\ C on d an...d BtcttemexLt: of the ...... _ "'- _ ......... r

AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK I WEDDING CEREMONY

;I A IT'S HONEY :

I"OL.fo'LORIDA., AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS FEBRUARY 25, 1902. 1 1
'From Report to Comptrolltr.) Constantine John and Aracicta ( +I

",1'I t 1-:.., LIABILITIES. Hovey a.white couple, were mar POCKET.

'. lbl,372f 3 Capital Stock J200.000.00 : ried secretly last night. The unu- .IN YOUR .. j

62.b Surplus Fu nd. 10,000.00 I anal proceeding of a lady obtaining lii i
j ..IIlO.OOet Profits .
6,487.12 !
the license for the ceremony was Shoes at the Boston Shoe Store.
K -Jt 5.260.00 j9, OJ.OO To buy your I
F .tar". ,718.48 i ,OOO..OO I enacted In this case, and Judge Me- We carry everything in the way of serviceable
fAJl.ttS !! 326,04408: Reasonable Prices. Not the :
v/. 127: ;:. 21.26 Dividends Unpaid...... ...... ... ...... .... 96.00 Cullagh, who issued the important Footwear at ,
___ I paper, said that she was all smiles Cheapest-Not the Dearest-but the Best I
WU:27.2U: for the Money.
600,127.20 I
., .. .4 for t'Q.IIIf'. October Xi. l!<
tr't conrttou I Interest and careful Paid attention.on Time Deposits. I, made.in the presence The ceremony of but was a few performed witnesses. Notice Our Window Display of Ladies'Oxfords : ; $$1,75 1 AND $$21 \. : ;


-- Rev. J. R. Bicknell perforated and Sandals'for I

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H FAIRCHILD V" per that goes to and find a welcomein ceremony. l.
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the home is manifestly the most (-All KindsofLRepairsNeatly; ; Done-Prices Moderate. t ;

r II < t, WT 121112X1 jj jjinn. effective medium. I After the grip, or other serious illness I I
NEWS NOTES Hood's Sarsaparilla is the med. ,

\II s, IQ1'HT.' I Ir Ile\ral8 a Great Secret.It i'.icine to take to restore the appetite

.r .e f..ft"IJ't a I I'r .. . -4 I is often asked! how such startling '1. and strength. BOSTON SHOE STORE :
cures, that puzzle the best! physicians':I, -- ---- ,
II I I The 'lIrbf"rtore hag a new ad. in'' are effected by Dr. King's New Dis- 1
.
t .1..0 for Consumption. Here's the WILL OPEN
this I issue that: will interest you. covery !
secret. It cuts out the phlegm and 'VI17 South Palafox Street.
The Meyer Shoe Co'e offer of fine 'germ, infected mucus, and lets! the !I)
R t X. WHITE, i>r.oe<* at '.':3 cents is the talk of the life-giving oxygen enrich and vitalize I. I TIMBER OFFICES
the blood. It heals tie inflamed
t ,1 1 '"fl.h" J.elrr town. cough-worn throat and lung Hard --
Dan) !
colds and Delays are eC011s
stubborn coughs! soou
The 1'ean-acola Seamen's Friend
'r 1,11t11l1l, : yield to Dr. King's New Discovery, J{. L. Gauze of )Mobile is at the

...... r-xKiety mil meet at the store of J. the most infallible remedy for all Merchants hotel today, but will go
r. $. Iia :\. Audrt'wt4 at 11 o'clock tomorrow Throat aud Lung diseases. Guaranteed : -I E5BB4sn l*> as a slight break may eruct in a great : t
Mobile cata!'tropbe. Better fend vehicles
'ouigiit. your
morning./ bottle50 c and $. bottles free at W. A. D'Alemberte's, I Mr. Gauze: is a director <>f a large to us and have: iitceiiaryrepairs
Fourteen cave. netted the city $40 i, 121: South 1'dlafox street. I I made as' soon as they are ap
:\rRE SOCIETIES tin* nuTuing/ in the police court. Earl I i timber exporting firm at his home parent. Our prices. are reasonable
i i HELLO' IS that YOU LOUIE !II and low and our workmanship first
II iw kins! was lined U"I'Jr engagingin city, but it appears as though his class in all respects, and ,mall repairs -
What's the with I
matter next Saturday ;
ill CELEBRATE .& g.:.iie of chance. : as the opening day? I firm is not sati-fied with their present : are just as renovation.Rest carefully. looked h i,

Drunmer Hutchius has reigned location. While here he engaged \) after as complete

.t. fr"ui the rcniai.>la Concert: lliud.Hi j YOUTHFULPRISONERS I a suite of rooms at theThiesen '- er f!!!! Horse Shoer always ready. I ,

.I' uiipurtunt poitiuu tonight will building<, and as oon n* he returnsto .; '.,. ...,-""_
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\ J. M. HilllarJ & Co.
,
r: eir'y Orr: bf ukf by Eugene; Itoch.Tl -_ .- '- ,
Mobile will make preparation- -. I Io..m tit
i. May I 12.: :\ s
e rtul. r monthly wetin of looking toward the removal of hisbuinet.3to -"-. -- conwvrNAVAL :\ East Garden !St. j

rtrme. HI bt- lh*> I....li.->' lieiifvitkntociay will S

d... .. .. 1etLM't b. h*W tomorrow aftt-flu'OU at1 i Pensacola.His i I 'I
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firm is said to do a very large HOllts MAItKk7I.lteporred All kinds of chairs and ;
y ill ":. 11:.., o'clock at Temple Iteth-El.
Andrew Jordan and Win. Brown, business Mobile, audits: location DAily for The Newt' lIy rocking chair* at ..MarstonQuina's.
,4 h.U' :1t.h.. The regular monthly L.petiijff of
negro boys not over 10 years of age, here would cndoubtedly prove of Union Naval Stores Co.60l1 $ Prices are very
'., a1 ',* III.-c. ,('IMWVard, Coufedt-rate Veterans.v ,
,, .. : .. fit l>.- Gild tonight at t t clock in I were in the city court this morning vast benefit to the laboring classes. i low. __ -- I
.44 ,f 'f) tt. ... wwfafsI.Vcso! ; n|* .... U i
t"cpt. Cw'k': oft ce. in the court I charged with being dangerous and i :Mr. Gauze made arrangementswith ,. Wt3V ..... t.> -14,- S t ;.1 1 U: . I :si C.HTDIZIA.getr '
"*" 'JM '*.rth.v. __..... ... :a a K .... 11-5 Its Kind lot Hait Peals B>, '
tutU characters. The had .tI
Iit' *updons boys Harry Hallmark last night to a. .... u 5 E -- 1 hl> n.
K:::. :: :::::. :. 2 4.) LI _...:: ....115 t
"1\ the May noinber.' (iatct.el's been at the store of tefauo Canova have all the oilice fixtures, including t_... ..... ... ..... I V5 l.t below ..... 1 15 Spatve 11+ #.1
R .1' .. Itttb.t of .
*Art \e..iI. publi'lH-d at Louisville, on Huuday evening when the negro a large safe, placed in the rooms 'IIiITI TvaPacTID&-4: -

.t .It 0,: 4f d.au ..,.. their H'1'fkPi a splt-udid: like. robber was -sitting in tho doorway. its arrival from Mobile. The man who owns his own home

'.( "' .W I ..*., IIf Percival H.\S'haley. upon Seasonable householdand insures himself against lots of m
had talked
They with I him and trouble ami wllrry.obolly can
w. rtl'tllr IIf Chris church of this city For O\T Sixty Years.MRS. kitchen utensils at the I
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seemed to know who he was until raise his rent, and the rent day ha ti{
tttu a photo tnjide by Mr. Charles ivfcLow'4 HooTHisa hrnrp bbxvn Willis Hardware Co.'s. no terrors for him. It's I'a..y to own ,j
I .11. ..... h.rdQ. C..ltr.*U. ivu-io'la's arti"t-I'hoto-I Officer/ Reed questioned them regarding mothers ustd fur for their over children sixty YI'IU while bv luillionnol teething, a home now-a-days. ThOS. C. il.

> r ,,' J.JMUJf Mud 'rpbrr.P1rlll, the man's came. Then with perfect Bucct s8. It sooth i-s the cblld. ,., Watson & Co. can tell you how r
softens the Koms.iiUays alll'a'D.cufl'l wind \ it is. Call and see them.
f : .M h f. I! they knew nothing about it, and had colic and Is the brat remedy for iMarrbot* IIi J.-. easy
.* mn ......,.. ; Kvaps.; churned':; with! a- ,, It will relieve the poor little suTerer im- 11 1 \
to,.. I. ............ .ltlu..1C 1..r"u8Johlbvu, was called not even been near the store. When O1.- T.tonly.nel'DI8
.. a bottle.Be / / .- MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY
.." LAIC. tnuRh. f*>r trial brfore :Mayor Jones this: I this pcddeu change: of opinion was sure you us It for"J1"Mrs.V'iDso booth I -- r' < )
," NIGHT TRAINS AT 1-. !-:3O: AND
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w.,4 ini Ing Hyrup and take no other bind. j r:.' i
I li...l't r "t..fi w'wnlug.) but !11; ti.eueiiceuf\ air.at noticed the two boys were taken in -- -- VI..... ... ....... 'J. LABT TRAIN RKTURX: AT I
IIeri.; .ttr. .ri.I wttu.r- th.. easy was put oC .(oi'. ..t,...f\\ 11:5(1.( TICKETS 2a; CENTS, AlDKI'OT.
YOU
; charge: but :Mayor Jones let them off iIF ARE ; .. t::J .
i-ntil tulll..rr. I In tie meantime 1: : ... : ;I
.. I this norniug.: ;: :{'i ,:,;":'. ,II. JYj' h..,
:arr.nt chkr iuj; a+.ault and bat- i LOOKING FOR BARCAINS \: ., O.A.BTOr1.Z.A.: '

a J' ht r r'ELv06gow try it t* .UUJ. will Le i-,;utd b)' i i We will launder- your spreads for'' : .. Beuithe The! "ind Vj Ha. *l art 30cZ: : ,r rSJgutue
J itiit W"ulf... The woman has nut., 1 ;t
i 115 cents each and make them look : I
b. ..u alto.t\i t'r !privilege of bond' like uw. tar.Laundry. : For the next ten days I will sell! I 1II -
NIGHT I __ '!
I..ley. you any article now in stock at a i tI;
HELLO! IS that 10U LOUIE? discount of'25: ; per cent from the E.lorateVour ISowelVllh l Cit rarcti.. t' (
trHVltUK non lave a habit of WhatV the matter with next saturday : : regular Candy Cathartic cure constipation rore t"r. t
}prk-e. Think of it-you will JOc.:511: CO O fall t
Jrutqisisntuurt!
**ttiiiK the belt thal'4r iuir. mid awell'kuuNu as the opening day? mnwP
Ril i I air t tIHOH. it'I
lit t'il diamond : 1 .
ave
NEW on a : ring or pin, ,
druunntt' to
E
a .
t..> where at regular: it would 1 ;, Pocket cutlery and scissors '
price cot !
IUoUI tat night rimt tli- rea-oc c. M COSTOK j
.,' y<
'."d Ii Hl l r"'-J-trr.; .\nl!. ton. weh I ANNOUNCES HIS PLATFORM; every dollar's worth you buy. Now Getting Dinner cheapest, at the Willis t.
.. i is the time to buy your diamonds or
tt I,r the frpuUMoli of b lug obr t Hardware Co. : :
trot. Ou tat *uv town .ht'rt'tllf'rt watch or any other article in stock Ii' ill'1t'a lIre in the Summer when .
".'la I The friends Hon. C. :M. CI)-tonI i 1th
are ftt.y of sy nflrerfolio very cheap. Call and examine! thermometer H soaring up in theniut'tit's
1\
,. .art Itl- thrtt aud V KI iU land where the I I make formal announcement in THKNKW good Remember this otfer is for \ when :you are fortunate SAM KEE'S .

.. ,t. of his ', only ten day*. No trouble to show enough to have kitchen
-4 Ural ,',u.k. are ..'f\'ed. Ill I'ruaco1. I today candidacy for your fitted

... '. ''goods. J. STLTHENS, up with a Gas Stove or liaiige. 3 ;
.fiI \ t. yt N ill Ihad til-it all .tfm navy I representative to the lei; lature. It 1
.. 11L'! :South Falafox street. There is no heat du"t,
.!HI .tnan.rC'lat traHIt ruad !I'dCt 1 grime: or .New
"! tCd .. i. uuier-tood that :Mr. Cotton isruni .. Laundry
rte' Bijou) .,.10..0... I smoke, and your apparel can be as .. I II
i ning un the following platform: i iI HELLO! IS: that YOU LOUIE:' I I
''I P"w. What's the matter with next Saturday heat a. if you were in :your sitting I \
ID4.... \JUU. Jutirual: The be-t I : (
".1", I 1 Anti-dispensary.. I a* the opening day? room. There are no worries connected NI!:\V BUILDING ; \ 1.;
,
Jay .upatlN'r It'' the i'.e rnoon p.ipr. : '
A of Flagler divorce::: bill. ---- with cooking with gas, nor I
&uth 1.1 .lrs.I ... -.._ ||Tw.t..t urceiM aanong the le.tdIBH tem of uniforr.1 text books, I the leading Heal Estate Agents,take bilK it worry your pur-e to pay the 'If

4 ** '.. d*.Ttl-er. of the ('IIttdt:11t'S: : I t" getl I>er with other changes; in our all the worry off the shoulders of the ?< North of Court House. .oC !t
WIN.it. I owners of property manage the \ d
., <* .11rs.r that 4pt>ri>citu.tlely 'seven.IlfhU..f I present sy-teiu, which will enable renting of their houses' and the; collection Lat..t 1111111'\('(( )larhineri_and !;.

th..appll...i and furiiHh- the poor children to attend school. of their rents! as conscientiously Pen acola Gas C0. l'irs-Cl.i| ..H Work. ;I
: '. pL .h..J fur co!'.uimptioii as! they would themselves. ,
\I *! s1 4yeteul s of adjusting labor
lit l'-f:; iioine ar* IH.ught by the Their charges are very reasonable.: No. 3 S. Palafox St.. Pensacola. Fit. GIVE HIM A TRIAL.
hw ..ftI, .' !.. and trouble and the enactment of legis-
.f the
fHniinn> i''Il! fuiiuly-
I .. ', ( !f,1) -- -
> Mil
r'I I ..t>Moui.ly 1I1""l'ar"hlt.| from this fact htion1ar the b-nelit of the workingman.

,. :p i,e IXUMII that the duly uew-pa- .... ........... JG2E5ZS252sZs2525252s2s2.M I
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-:-::: I| fj-A uuiform system o: assessing: r 1i i Ii !

; \ \ \: : I property. :. Attention k< .: : Attention u< I :. I ( i

I"
; Gai-dcn tools in endless : Housekeepers : C ,

/ 'I.' z'arietyand at rock&ottom''I. i Hotdkecpers 5SPECIAL I,. ,

prices at the Hillis Hardware ...............ti !U Zr52sZsE i i,
: Co.'s.If sJ ............1... }; r : : 1
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LCAHN&CO'SlMI.I. : E5a5252saE2s2s I .

you want a nice present to give II I
:o a friend go and look through the i !- SALE !
I I OF-fc "I
It r
at'
elegant line of suitable articles l
'! J. StepheiH, you surely can findsomething
\Ul' \ I I'I\D !( to please you. If you i
want anything in the Diamond line Towels and Table Damasks ; [

I be sure to_ see_ him before- _you buy. i 1,1

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RATHBONE SISTERS.
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i Magnolia Temple :\0.t, Rathbon Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. 'I":i j f .
HAMS
MITNRIELD t
:Si ters. Regular meeting Friday 50 dozen 17x32 All Linen Huck I
! aftl'rnoon.a 9, at 2W: o'clock. Towels, .

.. Initiations and other very important $ ; /
! -- - OO dog '
: Regular .
r $1.50
r (; ''bu-iue-s. Every: member requestedto Quality, ': ,t

I attend. 50 dozen 18x34 All Linen Huck Towels t. '
I,
MRS. F. E. BKAWNEK '

the hi-l tit entiling generally Miss EIHTH GORH. M. E. C. Regular $2.00 Quality $1 L50 d OZ.

:M. R. :S.Marsfon ,
; 50 dozen 20x38 Half Linen
'. n M l I'liM-CLi** (iroccry Store. Huck Towels I
I $ Quina carry $1 OO2. $
50
Special
the largest line of matting, for this Sale ;;7j


< : :.cy Nunnally's Candies. rugs, window shades, etc., Half Bleached Table Damask 35c yard | A Good Red Damask 25c yard j I .'Iii I
in the cityWe lay our
Unbleached Table
matting free.ax Damask 25c yard I Glass Toweling & Crash [5 to 20C yard I '

''lflfo\ ami lntcndcncia S'treets.f ..of. Fine German GLASS BLEACHED Table I d
K1THEB tae captain owners Damask-Napkins to Match
consignees of the Hol ..of. ddiI.
f* Gamma will be re- _
." ." Pcisaola sponsibie for debts contracted b i
1 FIJ.I by the crew ol said nUel. PFXKKK W. J. & B. FORBES. t it

\\'. H.! KJ\: ,.rR& Co.. Captaln.Consignees.
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' 4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA TUESDAY. MAY, 1902

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SOUTHERN PROGRESS.The I

FOR THE HOUSEWIFE. b Mrs. Laura S. Webb
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New Industries Reported In the
Tfc. lt.,... >l..lk T. L- ,

4 h. pJ mother ww I lo.-eth well! to I I South In a Week. I Vice-Prcxidcat of Vomen'i Democratic dubs of Northern Ohio.

tin male "f t< r ItoiiM-tiuM: must nut Chattanooga May 5.-Among the

a 'i ; !.. a..i.d ru"k. l but II *''."-l .atrrer more important ne>v industries reporti ARE MANY the "...."Uif..hi
t *. r n-ust know b..w b i purbiW f.d l lwi r i I fast approichinj. While

!hat n wi'l,: 1.- Lp. ai"*! 1'. ''.f11 ',211 tail I by The Trad swan for the wek I TrEllE women be- itiog with a friend I OJtI:3
of
.] tb* ti :.u "1".n.. :r'.d "'". l I :ended May 3 are the following: : the ages that she! wu taking \.

f. .., flaw _..*. to A I'jC.ooO' brick works at IVaynesyule \I;*:
1 v t.* tt*> IN"1111.<. "f f'.. 1 value very few invalids over 55 to enthusiastic about it thai!

> "/0" mud |'f'' rt" f'l l miUnljulhi! > :N. C.; a !:ilk mill at Fayetteville. ;t tX. and 60 years: of age. The decided! to try a bottle. t
!. .10.1 iKvda of mill. ur li-r fiuilly: C.: a $iii.HUIl weaving mill at Sails-j' some relief the tine
I life to
'::114..... y .. owl u* .vih.-..Hvrly It bury :X. C.; brick works at Riverside, I 1 change: of coming month, so I kept on fikicj

.. '... IIIIJt:1: tank that tin- iir.iu.l-T I uf I Ala., chemical works at Bristol: a woman near her forty- 1 for three months and now 1

a..t fur the 1"\1..11..111111 l lrrtakps.b. TE Dn., a $1".110'1< electric light plant: at'' fourth year, either makes )(.... Lauri, S. Wehb. menstruate with no pin and

: pKwr rrhrnd t hr IlM' Itf Ih'ln.l li!. Grepnulle, Ala! a hardware company her an invalid or gives I shall take it off and on cc i I

..;.11181 itr niof .art-fill li" must i... ltiirt at Lewisburg. Tcr.n.; a $2i.14'1: '> oil mill i ii her a: new lease on Lfe. Those who until I have p_>se- the climit. I io not

1MIMr1"n -.f tits r-'M. only' Hi"T" Mrs. 11'Iayrebb, President 'V DInan's i i at Hartu'ell. Ga. : a 4'i-ton cotton oii )I II meet this change: in ill health sel- dread it now, as I am sure that V'' 'Mr

*. *I .'..! kmwtt annual cut wli.itr I Wine of Cirdui will be of great benefit
mill at Fremont. X. C.; a $5'H.' ''iamrltinx afterward whilea
dom live ten : ,
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>.\ .. gti tin'in Th. ,!' IK niorc 1\III. 'II I years at this time.
Kaffe-klatch Club MenashaWis. is Advisedby and plopnipnt company at the active
ho aside
u tt*"* IB MUiiij *ttli .itUf.ictlon a woman w lays
.. Birmingham. Ala.; a knitting: mill at I Wine of Cardui i It the rcmeih
badly I womanhood in health
!I..W' 4tefc T uf n.alll"t.urto. duties of

' f.'...l sad ."tiiKl rate In flU 1111y. :III') Her Doctor to take Lydia E. Pinkhal11's j I Hiunswirk, Ga.; a saw mill at Gum dom fails to live on in tlc1-1 re-inforcc woman against; : tars!

...itfttiM b*"..-..' Ita rUUirNte you swamp. S. C.; a *:: .fI'jO trouser manufacturing | that comes with the change: ufj
i after she has: passed: 60. Thisis
i II' ilttw) well! than Ili'-rc I 1:4 In tint:
...f...> 'tutu*** in r. ;:art '., r' which 'I lla.iiiiii oil trill at Johnston S. C. ; a : truly a i I

.. "l( W* .huaa Tti" t'liu cplmre of the Womb and is Cured. She : $1:>,111111 laalit and reign factory at Mrs. Laura S. Webb, of Toledo, I :after! years of suffering; lu i
says this it hw saved thoulIl-u >f
e'I I* oi..' of n'jtr.ntli. p.t it I Camd-'n, S. C.: a bag factory at K.len Ohio recognizes the change of lifeas I I

f.0 'n ta triune wh,) "h..ul.1 leI -I DEAR: :MRS. PIXKHVM : How little \ve appreciate health untilit .ton, X. C., a barrel factory at San :a dangerous period and she also I, fcrers jut in time. I>o n -

I i.. i,.' I' r. t* only -it* niin.il in th' : I until suffering ii upon \ > .
t r ?' j v. '..a.a not a4'l I.. t In* f.xi1.i : has left us ; then it appears as the most precious gift to mankind.I :, ford. N. C.: a cotton gin at Cooker his: faith m Wine of Cardui. She Ioh"u.J '
t I Fli.; a dry kiln at Greenwood Fid. ough preparations
'nnI ,I writes : I' in advance Begin tLu \\
"As I had always been troubled
I ; -i I clan of haut cold at the menstrual period. I thought little of it at that time but I an electric I light plant at Statf;>!")!" i. or less at the menstrual period, I dreadedWINEofCARDVI more Cardui: treatment tudsy.WEIILY .

i 'I| . I", ttiink their. f.tinl when nine weeks! alter I found it had settled into inflammation of the 1 Ga.; a flouring mill! at1.: Conan k. S.

., d i PI ri'inul 1., f..1 | r. ; tobacco factories at GiwnviIIi; and A nuil.tm! 5.J; -
womb, wished I hid been careful. I suffered for -
v .' I' r." han tinK..r p.4. more agonies; !1 Kingston. :\. C.. a furniture factory ati Lavfi,' !' : III

1. : 'it "I I.. \ ".. l" li\i-" Tli.1 months ; l lost my happy disposition: and nothing seemed worth havingif : I i Spartanburg, S. C.: a lumber compact I I 1 \V- ,f' .'

t 'I 1'I. .nMM'tual I llf'1 r>>- I could not have my health. My I good old doctor after prescribing i at Sflma. X. C.: Jlo.rtmi/ brick and! r '.,

\
> > m'wt I..rr..t \t\\\- '!
works at'allal'e.. :\. C.: a $:>;'100."'i'
Ii; r.I fund West in.vt the several worthless remedies, was go >d enough to say Try IJ din E. i
electric plant at 4asllvilirTenn. :
power
,, ., r. '.e riud) B.ult .,erk. rinkliam'.s Variable Compound several of have THE NEW GROCERY STOREWILL
my patients ; a $4'miMM' fertilizer factory at
.1 I ; .. ot.-li foul O'ilU'', 1tl! I
eri- vf ::"t: to Whit II hun an 1 been cured through its use.' I did so ; I had great expectations, and it i, Montgomery Ala.; a handle factory o - - - -

., Uim-iiM-H lie : did j at Hickson Tt-nn; a $2.: :>,00 tinnier
i r. Mist WAy not disappoint me. Before the first bottle was used I felt relief ;
.
j the creosoting company at Italt-igh. N. C ,
'. d! i \k tu maniutriUoii or eon.s
aim t ruts n Curb bn. hl" .1 to dJ I took it faithfully for nine weeks, and that blessed Compound surely I a $.",.'100 handle: factory at Sparta MOVER

>. foud N..w York Trlhune. I, cured me. It seemed to build up all the weak parts, allayed the j I Tenn. a $:::;IIIU'I, oil mill at Doaz. Ala.. ;

-- --- I I Il"II..I..no I inflammation, and brought; blessed health back to me. I know how : a $:: ."'!niifi brick and shingle! ; company !I Keeps a Complete, First-Class Up-to-Date Stc #

11..1.. ''at Kineton. N. C.; a $1919mattress)
!
In to appreciate it, and I know also that it due of Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries.
!W' : ,&'t.-r Inic''iiIoiH; tli was to Lydia E. Pink- I
factory at Salisbury X. CN a Jl'J.'H' )
;"J .ta< ',11! <' dltM-i| | liui.l't'! nu ham's '
Vegetable Compound only. -:MRS. MARY 11 Wis. furniture Winston.Salem.X.
rRa, Menasha : factory at .
No. 30 W. Covernment St.
Block
Salisbury
!t.r <>f .b111p! r 1tI1"'III..r ,
C.; a plant for the manufacture of
h Mill i It i* made "f It siiul-1 $.woo roitriiT ir Tin: .Aitovi Lirmit NOT (I\UIXI
hardware specialties at Lexington N 1 I.:u:l'II 0\: i: :i-2-: .
; .r i.f '. >' wiirh l IN H I licnt as in I

'' nil n ...-n" of q[>r:ns l" 'l 11. With lii ( Ii-H been employed: for araiu-ry j.urIMVS c.: ..ionon. ,, C., an JKO.OOO' light and water company .

d! I I' :.f. 'ulnoal rain tuny bet | lu a "ili-n" in n local home. The '' .' \\' (Gates. at Lexington, X. C.

curtains are odwl with large turquoise : .
: t I. .m ('h l'ago. WOOD AND COAL.
Mtii.beads Sewed oa about au inch 1 WHAT IS FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE ?
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;... ,. IS denying
apait. At the biJt-s is a border of !;i .. ,. Answer : It is made: from a prescription -
: drawn work. tt." r i'! :> : his! assllda.sha' |
V/ \ I i of a leading Chicago physician WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH I. ." ':(iFl:1 ; '
t 4 i i jt the Chicago. j
and one of the mo"t eminent
| NOTES OF NOTABLES. I II lH.''ar : : i nl,,t .!ttt! railroad I in the country. The in redifllt.. THIS WINTER THAN EVEi: 1 I "'1 F

I I Mot'at, ,. ,i ., :Iiu-ina $:>.!IHHI.oOit, i| are the purest that money can: buy.j .

Lord MrtliinT.'n) CT.imlfatlirr: was PP<" j WOrTIOI! --t, I, i!. t';:a open market! and i and are scientifically combined to SeND US YOUR ORDERS f C vu

tlf the vironitioii JMIT id : zet their ntmo-t valueV.. A.
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the : .- :
I l't'I I by ;y. i-: > i.i- of $ ,IHMI.IMM worth
ll.inlvme. Purl" H & D'AlembertP 1.'l 1 :S. Palafox street.
j
of jt.lt'k aidto.allro1J, : ; Samuel Thoni. i Thompson QIsc.i d C tj..Alalll'csa
Cciura: ; MothUfii in London tociety.V. .
as. "X 'tar :in it. a= far as I am eoncai. : }ny-lS.ili.ain ltne..-ii IUilit Away
11. Chilli. and Ji.,ibuii Monlton I :
cern."!." :.! Mr. dates.Ayeijek ud makek a ateedi u.J IIr.wU. and w.u
.if Mun" say tut'joted for AndrewI i Street, Tel-'j 1o?: t' l .
11 I"v I
I ickson I in K2. I The Mule' Tbl ':.
Appoints Cilegstes.Raic' :: .
l'r.iil"iit ILiJicy of Yule has jUt i "ISli!;.:sins says he believes that success
TIME TABLE.
;;h. May :Z.:; -G'ernnr'ork
; IM.1 his life in:;uVeil fur tlie tint UUie.Hie I depends' on paying nitei.tiuu to the

Lmb jiuii-jy niuotinted to $l'.,l")(t.llcruiauu apjxnS\ as dplo atps to ie.n| ,sent this l.ttlo thiu!;!!."
state at the Vest I India days! May I LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD-
I'aTciiKiun. said to be a I "Yps nimwered! Miss Cayenne, 1 ,
IN EFFECT III.: MltfcH I if'i
Jistatit relative of the emperor of Germany ItJ 17, at the Charleston exposition. W. hate noticed that he att.ifhes a great : -- '

i i.. in the Cincinnati workLoue. I S. Chadnick.! P.eaufortV.; U. Ulades.Nembern deal of attention to his own oplnh nli." I New Orleans and Mobile.

II Patrolman: John M. IVnniman of the! 1 R. F. Montague Raleigh; -\Va liluon! Star. ,' -

I 1 1h r' : B'/ hlll jiolne! force tins tetirtnl on a I OcoreeV.. Watts, Durham; \V. R. 'I Co.l. :-'o.4. I No.:. I I11.V !.o.. i iS N 1 !.to..
Itpiy tClrphaat. 715. UI m 'j p Leave P.n.c.ta Arrive a I' |> .
pension of |.jU year after 8 service Odell. Com-oni! 1:;II a ::1 p 1:01:1. Leavehr i..toa I.'H" II r:n a II p
I The ,
h --- --- fruit of the unganu tree of South .
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of He born Iu I 11:00. a 4.i-'p ::" ; a Lraie. StutrlirLraia 1 1.HB't U .I\
I 1I lifty-four ji-ars. was Foley' Honey and Tar contain* i, Africa yields a strong Intoxicating I ...._.., .;:',p 7ln a i Lave- N.R -I 'r'l .""v. '., p "
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ii \d4! J : The Ihislish: MockLolJers In Marco- n* opiates and can safely be !siiven drink for the natives. A traveler say ai : North.
i elephants are also fond of it and often ,
ni wireless tole .. to children. \\ A. D'Alembc-rte I I
s : r.iph company value .
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become quite tipsy, daggering about No. :. Sf, i I O 1llavipm +
; t''IA. u\IIL wm.n II tM LCutUrrll I I'll l :S. Palafox 5'tfeH. : ,
the mentor's( life go highly\ lit tLia 12l pm Leave Pna-'t a Arrive t. pm' a I'
I playing: antics screaming) as to be .. .
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4l5am e:57pas Arriv. .Ioatginy .1. II iaiii i Hpi
.i fur J.i'r. or even for conking | critical pfiiotl of lib e&periuieutiUonthat : beard for miles and .. .. .
I.ra.
baring tremendous : 11:59: .m 9ut pmrn'i'l! b:: msarun: .m 1
tr.+r!t., ami .'". u '_iin, w 1 lirli art am' the hate hid him injured! for NOTICE. tights 7cpm 3lua au Arrive Nshvlll! .. J.I'UII

ro c 'tle'd 1111 UOllojl 501. uiay Hill h.. 1 ,:::;'II"bJ. I have been authorized to take |I %:''ltlam :Ia: m Arrive Lodtv.ltl.oaie 9 1 I.pm i am
j:.I) aU l1: II.. m I Arrl. 'lDc.uoati I."v. 8 m P 11\ I i n ii
: ,, ,. t.. .. [I' I..( fill [till |> ISI'S. \Vllllf! lltonm A. Morris of the clan ofi *abcriptiona for111.. JeuninirsF.ryan's I j, A LESSON IN HEALTH. i 7: "am 1 st 1 lp 11Arrl..01 :4t Ln. :.. I.....,.. I tllpm .
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t .p |t..1 .'.. \rmvptaflc in a tight i i KU; is the old.H living: s;ndimte of tl.e paper, "The Commoner." Healthy kidneys filter: the impurities PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION. -
TI!:" i= $l.OiJ in ad
:, ..''i'; f t-.txin: mad" l I.y l h'1I.I. :i! I'tiitcd :States Military academy at price per year I from the Mood, and unle* they
vance. Those de-iriu the ,
.- I. 1\\ u uf It iMsi ii waUn:; !1 \\,(-, 1'inrt. There is only one survivor can t ave it dent tc them! < by sending paper ,,I) this good health is impoible.. No. il-1'aily :\0.8-01\,1'1\0 I I stop ah.re tmi. not shown I So. <-1>..iy .

,I..p K. ,'urt llt>*si. t.r111g iut.TU'.l I t ti 1: each of the! clashes of Ii35.; 1SG: ?, lylU n.llto) the uuder5 :.med. Foley's Kidney Cure makes: ,ound 11-.IS p m 7/ i a m Leave P"naeal. "rlT"1 1".So p,tu I

I .H i. "I ih tf! iU';'" of tin- can. bll) lltll'4 H. M. TInCH. I kidneys and will positively cure all It:15 night 7:Ii" ... Uo( :i fin.'i I pib' -
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forms of kidney and bladder dl=ea-e. 1tII":! 7 1>1" Yalrrtra. 10:1'6"
---- Care Daily N'ews. _..__.. ... .
1:u.1.il'h"n Kaltenborn. one of th* strengthens, the whole v-tem. H.i" 7 Ii' t.camb.a 1011"
t I nr 1'i.rf anI Urn.1.1 1 I I lab::: 7:25: ... .... Mala\ NiflL I
ln""t known (jcrnuns In this country W. A. D'Alemlierte. II!\ .-. 1'alafox ..
':!Ii" 7M .. ... .... Harp It:!! .
.. .. d.'tflP.1 t
.\ !. .I iuu; f -r pillow : die.1 .. ........ ... ..
at Mrrri11,11'fs.. several days agoIle street. I J :.I" 7'101 l *:tnty It:.. "
f r |I'ut !'i ii..- U luu'UIty rutting 1'11..1\ ,,1, # I U io1" TSs: .... Milton 1018'> '
tnifii fi'titln'ri inix.i was an ofiictr in the Hessian ami) : 1:. 1" m ......(tail !triage< ... t
t. < ( Mt u-- ui.l wrved for Prussia! thioub the I j CANDY CAt'NARTIC t4stk. l'S Si M1S ..... .. HolUMillitan .. Y* ,. I .
a 'I .::0. t is or t-nttii m.ike a K.NI.I I ..11 I" 43'1! 'I .. ..... ttt.. t
n.l'ru5sia11! war. I This signature is on every box of the gennina .. ..... '
1: i IZ, 'I..' 'A jtnUiwTlie tuttout.i. 2.tl"i (.r..t" _...... .;11' I
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Owen f>. !Mc iorn.. a Bnioklvntrui : I I Uxative Bromo=Quinine Tableta\ S:1: $) I'M: ....Deer Lad.. Ii* .
.
I | II'' I I'r' < from pat kmg. Tliu the 3S: 6.10V a .. ...... ytosry lpll'prin .. t.V) II
kni.in. has fallen heir to Sluunmiron I I remedy that
curvy cold la
f "I 'al!.-!'j I' I I. stud !III the IH*! of the one ttaj. I 'ti II tiCi -Urluaiaa; ='' :&.. *M .
I his uncle, Fattier Mnto\tn. tie I eel 4,1'i", :44 Argy1. __ I fu"
i.. x\ 111! II.-11 ii "iK>-< an cuot'lU-iit 1111i I... "Ie. IH' 8:57 POBC" do I,"03C.nn'fii '.:'Io
,. olj st t nest! in the arehdi"c.r\ nf 11 j.lwin. II r'JJ" I'MO 0. ... .. westel- .. ,,1:17'
I. I t t' i ,-I n ''ltl:4 Tills may l>?
i? N. Y. HI says he will .onti'in! I CASTOR I Genuine stamped C. C. C. Never sod: In bulk: 5' y! l-i IS '.. .. ('Aryv I!" 7 I Ii ,
I.. I r I ,* .UMV! l.y an occasional Lila tracking Imsiuox.Dr. Beware of the dealer ho tries to sell ti .\i": 1":;r) '. : I a Sia. I.
r. 6 'I I .' Mii For Infants and Children. ."J II 10.17 ".. i bipirvCotloii 17 .
I.. IM.m4 UtiUzotl for S. Weir Mitchell, the jnvt and "somethmi just as good. ..::41 ".. 11 :.f! .. :l"l-< ".. 4 I, :
i 7 ") 11:'S Mrma r r ,
} Mtnellst. has resisi'fl In!* i'rt"uv of senior The Kind You Have Always Bougffi 7:41' Ii .; .. ..* .. '
! |I' ; v I iTtistic jHtipIc on : .. .. Iyp: ee a
I physl< all of the Pbilaileliiina. Ur'lioHdie 7ei 1 I 11 :'..' t ril It K- ? I
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.. and its ..
a ,, 1. :-, .N'IIVCIICIW t 12.05 tan.alt : '
i ,1':1 :"i-" \\t"- I. l I..* ll-l'l ia !.h.p; and Nenntio iunrulary: and Bears tha8ignatue LODGE DIRECTORY <,:1:i i 112.l::15 noon.. Arrlvii YIv.' .r Jut .on I '_.." '.

N' Ir i . _p i iii .'..nj< :ir' f..."I 1. ((1:1on.: 1))(. J.ihn K. MiUhell! has beteleitis -:: of ir .

] to the \aiaili\.
.. .1. !1.1 .\ I,11& s III ll' ll
.1'",'\II\ J. Mdntjre of Brooklyn hII'ut.1 :!'\ KNIGHTS OF PYTHIA&
,
.: a ilcstruiuvear; rocket. It TRY TNT N NEWS' WANT? COLUMN !
MIDWIJKHVTr.e : l'l"nliaCllla I' Klfr, No. 3, K. of P_
h > :'iri'd Iv jtiimte! : and the bomb
takes
undersigned thi method
M. 'ti'rs! fteel builds among the enemy 'f 3ienuqr her service? a* afir meets Ing af tv..ry:'oq it Monday(Tsttl! nn Hall I

1 A SPRING TONIC ii 1-! calei.iati! to d..sl-Hie: ; any <>i>- -:-c11" licen-ed midwife hav- In tae Klnant. Wktiai MCIIl'UULE

',, furrier, who In h had ; Kulldlng. third Boor .AT.-:
I i"is.; ; are contvalment.Pr :, 8"j year< experience. ,
.. v'Hitln brethren!
\ ; ,n .; rt 11.1 "t.j .: aordikir FOR STEAM MTUION
4 .' (;,'lIr;:e of Prus"u, sevenysisyi Cat irivH bt of references! from wtilcomvd.
'i '1) I I II Icy' II 'IIIIIU!
.. in iid. is the oldest uieiulnT of the ieajLv V'hyricnm of this city. M CAMPEKLL ; PENSYCOLA ILIL'1ItICTIItMlIAL
.1. ill.I "I'l, .t 1, W I' I MRS. U, HORSLER. C ( I
M. (OIDDE;<>,
to/ I. | t.j.. l.i-- MI* ill 'w. III |iiinl house >>f Ilotienziillerii :t11lls ki<"un :isliie I iltf lit South DeVilliers. K. R. A 1<\. ( SORestaurant KA1LHAY C() I1'\O-

lln- l.lni'tl! need hnilil ll |1' lllf.I "llobeuzolUrti iHx't" He hi" > written I 1
.1 .\ ,'HI I- llii, l'-li-l'> >t i SPIT Ran'1, Hit I:.. \* .
D TOU irrlngton > 1a'rand
N' n1
ItillnA f.-w i-n;"s will 0 T
of '4 .11 : :a number of tracedics, notably and SMOKE tort harranda ..t
" .0.; ;';; :. tui i : \ i u: !II 'iNo ciire+ InI I'hadra.." \ KIDNEY '
our Lifeawa1 DISEASES ..
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m.arrlv" at Port Har'
ac i T l lea ":
1 .Ii'i'..IloU. Ill .1.1.1.. t 'utl..t i- y..u can h< "urel't nr Drm..ttuba,c ; u.." 1,'." ) ". m arrive ..l tort BArractat lti.r a
ProfessorValdo! .
1..111111. Mrlil.K IK .IM.I Ina S. Pntt is rrnfossor I, a-H,. '* mai':. welt:. str n r.: nnenrrt: fuif i I I. ,: p.m. ..rrlT.. ..t Yon IS.rr..nca 1... ".
of bjmnolu at Hartford Theo.o : -" .fr and'! ga by talcing 8.*) ..
.ullt II 1.1.NOSTETTER'S. >;ica tat, ... HO'TO-BAC p. m. arriTo&t Port l; rrano 4. f ai
r.'S"5
a.
st!uluary. tie! only institution having Ile:1 ,>u-dJ in w
such a department in the United I c--tj Ail druiKi t". Cure: i sSpta
Irt piaramre t B.wk. USCI. Tratni ::1 tv'e fort B..rr.nt a. for feet
I and aJu.e!
STOMACH mrn.RS.: Mates. This Institution! has one of the K MtD: CU. FKtE Chicago: cr AdJreSTERLING.Nc0't 4J7 I ooia at

two great;; b} muoi.je.llillirarlll; iu the T.i; >a m. arrive at r"QIall. a' a iii
KIDREY CUE !III .
<"I ip m. arrive at Peoiacola .11..5 p nl
j& country. SCHOOL Sll'l'LIKS: rULtl 2..)) p. m. .rrlr. at Heniacola I.'" II III
r i lumtNll i4or ) I 5:,) p m arrive at Pcntacola e.ts II III
At C, 1'. Thomp uro'b No. 11 Si.utb 7>) p. m. arm at HtniaiolaI yaa II
$2.00 Don't Start \Vrong. ( I M.tSp.. m.arrlToat Ftotaoola.. .. ..a. o. s
DJn't Mart the -uuicier with alingering : I'alalo monif refunded. Cx tlniremcdiei Short orders promptly { H&tnrtJ jionly

WILL 1'AY FOIL THIJncksol1'illc -, I cough or cold. \\' e !all Besides the standard lines of sta. i j PAR! FOB WKtK DAT.
know what -jumiafr cold" i.*. It.s tl onfrv we have, in tiLts. with envelope recopilied by tmJ- filled Peniaoola: to Fort Karraneaiaal uto rut t:.

1 t t the harde-t kind to cure. Often it to match : Dent physicians u the bat fix Penacolatoa Nary Yard and retort IMPsaiaoola
to Palmetto
rk i! ."lungs on" through; the entire sea: Royal Kurd's;;Crystal Holland Bond.Bond. Kidney and Bladder troubles Best the market CHDAT ICHIOCOI.Wh Hacb and. rilora lit
.<>u. Take it in hand right now. A .
'} fewdoses of One Minute Cou:h Cute Ladies' Art tatl<>ner.. 'IUCI Mal aM ...... affords open coACbc n w "th'!r prmt the ronilaj:

Daily Metropolis I willet you ri;ht. Mire care for Foreizn Mail. Etc. Leavi feaiaoola. LT ..
Fore Bal
bt :| ArtiHs' Material W. A. D'ALEMBEPTE. ru.
: ;, coughs colds, croup, grip bronchitis Office Suprlie Private I a a. m. 13 a. m.
all throat: and lun? trouble*. Absolutely *. Memoranaum Books Etc. --- --- parlor for 11 a. m. II m.
i FROM NOWUNTIL safe. All new and bright. I p.m. tp. m.
Acts
f i at once. Children ._ I : dinner Ip.m Ip.mI .
parties.
; like it.One Minute Woman
1
( Cough Every pm t. m.
DECEMBER I I. 1902, !:I Cure i i.* the beat cough medicine I Medical Society Attention. 4 p. m p ID.I .
i -latntere.ic4and.l.on. know p, m. Ip.mIp.m. .
u-ed. J. 1'.
ever Bowles.
- says There will be About LLe WOMrrfjlMmtLHhirfinq :
I It' a regular meeting of I : fp. m
i 1 ; Oroveton N. H.I never found _t Ii Spray
'1 I ; <'Yfrln.: the entire s-cop-j of the I! anything else that! acted so safely he Pensacola; Medical Society at ."...'..... fO.1IJ'f.. ANTAL-MIDY ran pout IU.DAT
rtaiaaolito
I ... art Barrancn Navy
the Board of Health office turn and j"'fv> Bt- f.ettMo
Political 'a1:11'.1In. of the Year j jI I !and quickly. Hargis' Ptarmacy.: o'clock at 8 : CODTCT: e% I I l and and return-__ fPeniaoola )
I j I John sheppard: Sidney Kahn. pen Tuesday May 13 and 27. It llfftuc away These tiny Capsule ire superior to falmilia Yuma_ aat
Visiting physicians n'IIfL-__ __ U. i
.'I'IIRE'I I are cordially. W ewe 4yrW rev k I to tBalianiof iCopiiXiThey
Invited It No freight ln4 after l.U
to atten1. t L tnnotiapplyth r e p. m.

CARTER & RUSSELL j Do you want a cajrniflceat watch: DR. E. F. BRUCE otr..r.M.'61 but B6.send aeept Stamp no for tlImtrnol Cbehanail lajectiont O ---

$ for little money 'It ;o, call President. boot-n.iH U g\t cure la 48 boon e

1 PUBLISHING CO. I l Stephens, the jeweler. He will ac-on DR. W C. DEWBERY. I full....U&b.Ii.parsi.u.ii4ie at. an1'ar.-tier ll"4tkCO.,!!IJ- ir..Ni |Mm diseuei without any lncea- Rubber hose, all sies, at

Iqf JACKSONVILLE, FLA. [ commodate rOil. c25ttl Secretary. I Room 3:!e Times Bldg.: Sew Yor 'c:Lnc*. WL08Y/LLORUGGISTI the Willis Hardware Co.'s.

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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MAY 6. 1902 fI1



r'.EAMSHIFS.: PHILIPPE AND JEANNEWith RISKED LIFE T6 SAVE WOMAN. :

-- Following: the Flowers 1 tif :

,II- "- )Co .;.t 1C their two children Philippe end Pathetic Story of Wife's Devotion and t

TRIP Jeanne Dupree lived In a house such as Young Man's Heroism. I I Ii a title ahesy/ associated with the name of the author of that column in the Ladies' Home Journal. Eben B. t 1( I i

\ OCEAN one often tees in the towns and cities ', Rockmart. Ga., May 6.-From the: Rexford: the Shiocton Wi!., poet and itory writer. One always thinks of a nature lover like iir. Rexford as the i

I of 'rmlndy-high and narrow, with little town of Barnett, Ga., comes B I poasestor of bounding health and superabundant vitality, so it sounds odd to hear that he was a confirmed }k i l

<1< 10 M\N 10RH, BOSTON t fantl tll' gables and a deep stone Para story of a wife's devotion and a youngman's '! dyspeptic not so very long ago.: The story of his trouble and its cure is best told in Mi. Rexford's own words t;
floricultural editor
t "Baring need of a remedy for indigestion" writes the of : 1
R SORTS pet ruunins; along the roof. In fact the | heroism that touches the depths i tp'l

(.STERN k Louse was old fashioned, but pichlr- j of the heart.Three I THE LADIES' HOME JOURNAL I 1 d : _,

fu.Q):? t tI f'1\1l'. and it proved a godsend to : weeks ago Mr Turner the vii i "I decided giving Kodol Dyspepsia Cure a trial, expecting only temporary relief but am glad to say tkat a fn'l ::1 I.

: :N ( \\ Jeanne. It was left her by an old aunt : lage postmaster, was stricken with I bottles afforded permanent relief and restored the tone of the digestive organs to its natural condition. I can It
smallpox in its most violent form. No heartily recommend It." 1\\
h'1' \.'\1::'1111' Ct \VA\Y with whom she bad lived as a child. I w .
,, one could be induced to near the 1 1i NORMAL CONDITIONS 1J
go f
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I< II : t; ,. The husband, an ex-cavalryman was : 1 t

itl.. Mow'. 01 Oc.n: Br..&.. con!'iikred fortunate to have secured I I i shadowed home and for two weeks i, ire referred to by Mr. Rexford as natural conditions. This is undoubtedly the correct view. The normal man is a I ''

s all nK. each WeeK from two such tasty "duts" at one venture, j the poor wife, half dead with her'' healthy man. Health depends on the digestion. If the digestion is good the health in good. If the digestion: u t
I
J weariness and grief, nursed the doom poor the general health always suffers ,
4 Savannah. Ga. but he only looked on It as a harpy' pro- .

I. roar! IJtUK, itt FMlnrlll. li-ion of Providence to save him from ed man alone. \ DIGESTION IS NATURAL; INDIGESTION UNNATURAL I' I r- '
Finally some of the residents of the l
I ,. \\1- '. "t., llrl are,* ,. "work which be abhorred. | town induced two negroes to to the I! But to many of us have strayed away from natural conditions that few people are really healthy. Hasty eating, I I j !

1 ,I i.i' k'' .'.I'<. MO i .!i-, ,t f (;n'nt numbers of English! tourists' aid of go I! irregular hours mild dissipation, a dozen other stomach destroying customs of the day have made dyspepsia and I; '
I hart at last discovered Normandy, with ,: Mrs. Turner but in spite of all indigestion the characteristic complaints of the generation. If the sufferers knew how easily such troubles Can I i i

.. .. .,. .....0.' ....., .,...- J Its peaceful homesteads, its fruits and:' her devotion and the untiring skill and I be cured there probably wouldn't be so many cf them. 1 t
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.. I '" '0 devotion of her physician in three ,
.._,n. I'la. r i flowers and old world Inhabitants, so I KODOL DYSPEPSIA '
( CURE
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? ". r..w.Is.I.' I days Mr. Turner was dead. {.
.... b, ....III. r,. that Jeanne found an easy way to I.1 '
1' '" make) the lower They burled him in the night, just will do just as much for others as it did for Mr. Rexford. It la cot SO I L
,.,1--c tr r;>'c1CTrlriI1:1CII a living by letting and 't I
Letter part of her house. I I four negroes who carried (the coffin and much a medicine as a digeitant. There have been and are Other dyspepsia > .. I 1
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remedies which afford temporary relief by digesting certain
This neces ;.tated being satisfied with one white man. Immediately afterwards ?
; SCHKIU'I.Kof I t clashes of food.Vhat is really wanted, however is a preparation
( : \1 the top floor fur themselves, an ar- although every precaution had { which will digest all classes without the stomach's aid. Thia is the
(
,. 'J.dule the i ran l'Ilwut which was the subject of bon taken Mrs. Turner succumbed result accomplished by Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It ii the only preparation I I'

French eudlfis complaint from her lord and to the fell disease, and now comes the which digests any and every kind of food. You need variety. A
-: r General I diet is often Kodol Dyspepsia Cure renders a diet 1
tuasler.iiut beautiful part of the story. The poorwoman injurious. entirely ;
\ tuprints for the It rests the stomach what This .
unnecessary. by digesting you eat
there came a day when his diso -
ri'f'lnti wag: ship 'I lay there desperately III, with rest and the wholesome tonka contained in Kodol Dyspepsia Cure 'I t tI
'itint became open mutiny.. lie no one to caVe for her when Joseph ii \ lOUD restores perfect health.
; : e various army wouldn't stand it / Confound I .4'i
long:
any ; 'r. -
I i OBrien a young man of wealth and \ WORDS OF PRAISE"I J
the Inkers: What right had I '
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:' Influence hearing of the case, hiring / WM troubled with Indigestion a long time"writes W. H. Bozarth, peat- I
,. *: 7.5" a, in ii.iiiil have the best room in the such help as he (could bravely took I t and tried many kinds of medicine but nothing did me any good Finally I took
.. ," 1I\oli H. 111. his life in his hands and is nursingthe Kodol I>Y'p juia Cure A few bottles cured me of tujr complaint. I heartily I I -
.._ ,sJ5! ". in. house? .' icconimcud it to all tufferer* from stomach trouble"I ,

r .l .. am. Had 1":1: oI.m.then i :Softie- such arrangement would have stricken woman. Small hope Is t' "I had rlyepepsia for fifteen year" MY. Jerre Lon,. general mercilfit of 1 i ,.
: McKee. a ad tsu r..- salted our holdt arnor. There he would entertained of her recovery r I Blue Knob 1'.. "I tried all kinds of remedies and trot medicine from many doc-
ton but got DO relief. Lately I have been using Kodol Dyspepsia Cure, and bar I I
The world loves to honor hero
.. 11* p. m. have posed in all the glory of an inituavulate a I -'s'j/ been feeling tetter ever since I started 1 hire an appetite and what I eat agreea
.. !.."( p. m. white waistcoat (Jeanne's' and especially\ it due to this young I with me. I mu-t give the credit to Kodol Pvepeptia Cure and would reccmmcod
w. n.Prtpartd POZAxtaL it to all others kuOermg from Ibe dreaded disease of dyspepsia. I II .
4::(' p. m.r..l1 Imlllli\\'IIkl, a gorgeous;: necktie and eliiit !! man who, with everything to make life I i'
p.IO. I
p. in. naa Mi.,Lr. < ;:: Mockincs.) lie was ne\er satis ',: bright for him. calmly faces a probable by E. C.OiWItt i Co.,ChiC'|'. The tl.OO Bottle centilnt 24 times at much (by actual measurement) IS the trill till I '

t'n-,l. M( n who dislike honest work death! for the sake of a helpless I shish Sills for 50 canti. '. + 1

.tt-: a'.d-'iturdsya Iff! III \"I.1'l'ick.the. I nee r are.'That I woman in distress I KODOL DYSPEPSIA CURE I YOU EAT.WHAT I !
night; Jennno went to bed thor-
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otuhly li'-jnistfd; with her M in particular : t
ripr> is for I Williamson's Queer Find. I Hero Brumby's Mother Dead. ,
army
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tho world
generally.In
: I',:; <>ut-id,T m'I:tr ;: Forsyth Ga., Ma15.-While out Marietta Ga(; May ". .Mrs. A. C THE GARDEN SECTIONo \
th- middle of the night she awoke, '
: I on the banks: of Towallga river luar'11
gturternaterSTEAMER A
with a tit klins; sensation in her throat Brumby, widow of the late ('olcnel I

s!.to .mdl.1 the unuke: nnd knew the this place fishin a few days ago: 1'. Ilrumby aril mother of the late o i iI i

h.jus, mu"t be onl fire Judge Julian Williamson's! attention: Lieutenant Tom Brumby died at the i

: : LINE SCHEDULE UuiiMii;! Philippe she rushed out on was attracted by a noise in the top' home of her daughter Mrs.V.. I. Hey I I Florida. ; \

the landing! ;: tliinkiixs only of her chil of A small oak tree near where he was i j ward at this plate about noon Saturday. i i

I. and \Millon Una dren. To her horror she could not open, KittiLp; Glancing \i that direction hesaw :, Mrs Brumby was &:! >cars I Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus. 4 tI

I I'a I. apt SundayjI the oor to their room. It was not bundle\ of something: come turn of age at the time of her death and __ I i''y 51I
UK'k<.d. but the house was very old and bllLK; down and! hastening over saw I i '
remarkably
until a week since was i Beautiful Lots for Sale. ,
\ (III'l TAMPA. in some mysterious manner the plast.nd that it was a huge chicken snake 6 j jI preserved for one of hr >ears. :!tr

I I' .....,...:".l l 'tHII1 ] wall had given out and strainedand 1 feet i inches long, wrapped round a was in the lull enjoyment of her fatuities I
.' 40x137feet at from to each accord-
$76 $200
\ M .', i .' pint jammed the door. equintl The squirrel was wrigglingand i z

: p! She Hl'rtt.tll'll her puny strength to crying in efforts! to free itself ___ ing to location and surroundings. I ul
burst it open, but without faiL Sh i CA.STOTIIA.
called their name, but with the sleep I from the snake's tightening coil. Judge : Beai the its herd Yas Fae A hats P.: I '
Williamson puked' a stick and killed Exceptionally Good Neighborhood Beautiful View
f.f healthy and happy childhood] they;i up !!. kuaturtI I

slept on regardless of dancer. both snake and squirrel with one I I High, Dry Fertile Lands.

I Iese la blow and brought them back home I -
NG r & Shn<'kiit;,: frenzy "rhilippe for I
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HPPk G"al's nike come quickly! she rushed] I in the same shape as when they fell ; by lmy i 1Z The grandest opportunity for investment ever +

t.u"k to her own HMJIU Just in time to iMO i from the tree. i Satreloney' I
the braggart dragoon basely de-1 Ii II i your furniture cffered in Pensacola. :, li4
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serum her at this moment of lur lIl.t'd.1 j jHe at Marston $ (uina's I
Borne Seekers Should See These Lots I
and Japanese li.iil; already mounted a chair and, There i is more catarrh in tin section ,j I Great Furniture EnLpoIrizun. __ I

uith shalvin; hands was unfasteningthe of the country than all others

T rosy Goods, ":!!
on to the io>r. 1.it few yearsva> supposed to be incurable i

FINE CHINA TEAS, Almost spetthles-s with his callous For a great many yeir'I REMOVAL NOTICE. j!
IrnIitTt nine, the poor little woman doctors pronounced it a local cliscae. I l' Corner Garden and Alcaniz Streets.
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Palafcx St. pnttsed fur an instant, then rushed] over and prescribed local remedies, t

I'e.ic; day Fl.i and pulled the chair from under him. and by con-tantly failing to cure by Dr. G. H Tuttle, tI
local: treatment, pronounced it incurable -
'I 1'1. ei'llip-e::: was instantamous.I .
science( bus proven catarrh Dr. .1. G. Heard, ; F. C KKENT W.M. IT KXOWLtH. W K HIKR, JR., Jt! KEKHE: .
he fell with a crash and lay ,
to be a constitutional disease I Prtt'dtct.! V.ct.J'rt!:d.:1t. Caebier U't Cahbier .tFirst
j:.arm;: 111 a paroxysm' of fear at the : I I I
BEST FOR THE awl then" fore rt'quil'f'rllu-titIUi''Ill DENTISTS.I
fri:,;:.le i rvaturv who had so effectually! treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, i\\

( tojiiif.1 his cowardly tlight. She saw manufactured: by F.J. Cheney A ('11.. i, KIIOIIIM 7 and !I. M.i-onic Temple N ational 1 B I k i'-

BOWELS .:i d s eyethe madnc of absolute 'I'ol'd..Ohi... i i- till only ('"n.titu-I j| All brRiichfS -urglral.lperntn e und all
.r :-mil would fain have let him go tional cure on the market. It is :Mechanical UvQlifctrjr performed with! tn !''i-

'.m.t ..r the ;tilt in the loom bejoml lay her twoPr taken internally in [doge, from M I i IllCrtl skill 'Iii
to tea ,tiifiil. It act- directly I Special attention Kirn to Cinldren! : I
a drill'i a -""
darlings. He must 'tHIl'IlI..
eltfItr nm- ;: !: d'retht.olaand'orctlaui KiliiiipLiown OF PENSACOLA. FLA. I''
the blood and mucous; surfaces

on :
.. '1. II::s _r-at siren;.th could shatter that and Bridge Work. I" I 11
ki Iig In *r'.f otr .
of the-ytelu. They 'r one ,
lour to I'.est Material ; Compete J-ljUlprnl'tl.: I \ .
plinter hundred dollars, for any case it fair ,I D.:1aEO"ror..J9.: ,

CATHARTIC CANDY tjuick. is' thought; Jeanne d.irtediiirt toctiie. ;ispiul for circularanal, test Telephone N's. liTH. WM. H. KNOWLES. W. A. BLOUNT F. C. BREi..V..i.: HY1 L Sf ;;
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I'Mroom!' and took from the ta ti1ll..nilIA..tllnIt-.
I.... l 10\ II... side of the bed a revolver I 1''. J. CIIKNKY & ('o.. GH.n i sct'it'l'NTo ,,, D. G. HR>;ST, i

w' 1'i' ''i h<- hail: ls.aslitrtly proM'lnl for I' 'I'olt'duOhin. I I aI
I I'I i ,._ '.'rshould any dare to cross hist' S ld by dru g-'-ts, 75c. I I t t

!I' I M :,1.l ("Hi. he was a brave Mali! i r mtD m ;nm; ; Mm A n i kill\ m Q gii; I

i' : Ildl.|| she said calmlj, though: LAW POINTS. I tII
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I ,' it was faint at her hildn-uV s I '- I

1 tAT ," : I It .1 .s.Mnr! of Prance can fur The managing I.artner of a firm has ,=*' \VeirawonrowaKillsofF.xchaLRfon: Greet Britain. JraJaDd' !I

'EM LIKE CANDY : -I I,,in ir ami basely. desert his post authority execute' and deliver notes 1 Germany, France, Austria, luly. Holland, Spain, Belgiarii, Russia Nop '
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.11rt..''a -, .11 h III h\\.tol1il!. firm may require. (t a; Pa. H31 >.) leaving Union Depot at )10:3o" p. arty, 11 J JtlrVc
"h'-Mo: ;
e0% .'tarts t, Ian 4MI .fI.HP \I. tons. iilevj.tm try to safe the children In an action l.y a seller to rescind a :.Saturday, May 10, ticket good for Hl Disbursed open Favorable Terms! and tbsli I i I
"'.. n.J: die; together and may Jesus : sale for fraud the bringing of the action one dar, leaving Montgomery at Obligation" Taken Payat it Port ol r'eeiinv.loii! Ten or Fifteen Days I it
GLEAN i
? YOUR BLOOD !t.., M. mercy tan us." I I I within a reasonable time after the 11:30 Sunday iii;lit. Fare for the after Vessel Arr.Tto there. i

1! I Ins in.i n li.ul faced the fanatical I tllscovrry of the fraud Is a sufficient round trip, to either place >'! tau. I If
,. From Cantonment or Century ...tlleas iWTSafety Deposit Boxes: tor Rent In Connection i.
hi nl s of Algiers; and fi>njht; gallantly i I unties of the Intent to rescind. (b4 N.V. .
tENTS WANTED. Pen-acola. Secure tickets ai.4 with which we hare Private Ax) rtmeat for theunl \
.Madagascar; and the far east. At any > \ ltep. 913.) i -leepin car berths from L. & IS. Renters. ;

OfVMTT TALMAGE, '" 111'- rite. lit- had n"\er shown the white! One who, with knowledge of the dIs- ticket asrent. There will be no mOIre iK.I

'. I k I 1.' .\\I:1 I : I \l.\l XttKiff ; t'eiiilier. Insertion or cowardice in the solution of a firm sells goods to the per j two and three day excursion thi

r..I'1I' Mralit.. I'leiich army meaut death. And yet at son carrying on the business In the : reason. For further information apply I y<

> Ijl-iiftk-f, rnnnlr.a' theiry smell of fire his senses fur- i I name: of the dissolved firm cannot hold to ESTABLISHED 1663. :y
.-MII..dt pllck- s"i>k htm.: i iNotlnn i KtiiiT. KING or1'ETERTIIOIAS I -
!' a retiring member liable, though notice ;\ I
w. .'"ru.dlsrly ;: could have calmed him I I
cf the dissolution Lad not been publish.:i! Excursion McKENZIE OERTING & CO.
.'22 '\. 4th St., Philadel-. lJ smfti than the sight: of the shining ed. (4) AIL Uep. 1G8.) I I Manager j !

"I" r a 'ntln.' levoher with its barrels pointed stead- 1' 7 -DIALIKg: : IH- ''I k
Evidence tending to show that a par- a : .


.ul fr.. put ii!M.S.l>' .it flesh and thin cartridges ether duly;:one week into would those befoie finish five he bar-had his 1 I ty hekl!to give an in false action Nouack testimony tried versus to bribe in Metropolitan his a favor witnessto is James Hughes. I II I I Ship Chandlery and General >Hardware> ,;, : !t1 1 ; ,


7' tcd at I'arliI' .
I .1" '-1' Street Railway company (N. 1J. 54 L. FOUNDRY, 603 AMI 005 H. PALAFOX. MTltM'r. I { 1 1 t

'1 L's' fear of 11.I".. is n wonderfulsens'ition U. A. L'J2 to lie competent as an admission I I --..-..,.. -- .........- /VOJEINTCTV.REVERE s. .. I l'i.. :' I: Iq i I lI
He had ;' 't 1 'ii I'kll'': !: and of weakness In his case Machine Shop & Boiler : ,
., COPPER COMPANY JOHN
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I ROEBLINO'8 HONH .
ndn. Ionian'v CO'8 I ;
\\ s nst in : KM tit! \ ,
I' i GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE A. RUH EL & BON'S PUMPH. I 1
l \ I."i i or: d. lit I '. > old ijii.uu. call !i Works I I .

1 1w 1 m !I. "Aft .' ju':" m '.j'h a drastic j I CYNICISMS.Some !, hUll fcriiji Piliti, U ls. Ititisil' iDitrinnlt, torts liclin Ikiln tl I' r 4, i
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fa<-i mi. I No. 801 S. Palafox Street, I COM PA 88 K8. LOOS :
people are so timid that they KTO j I. k'' (r
NE CORDIAL lie ii -i.il M4: nerve nut!. withouti I
are never impudent except to friends. PEXSACOLA: FLA. I McKenzie Oerting Collecting Agent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent Asso \ I \ i
f. >f ft rnns i u l ode across the passage. elation.WE. .
i (.tit-.! !>( 1 .. Nearly every man thinks. "Everybody I, 'I !
II -ttnIllJf: smashing wood
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1 .t" knows me." But it Is a mistake. SawMill Work and Re- I I i
$I ?m i : .1 t'tvv moments he reappeared I I I
We think the funniest thing In the {II I'
h..u"t4R.S i i i i.d\1 under each arm and

i in ...1.1', tie! light; of a new tenMI world is that which a ctrl exhibits In pairing a Specialty. II WILL
.A1 ,.. her arm and] calls muscles. FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE! IBECTOI }
,, i ir.s! eyes and] a smile on his I U
.tt 1 J It Is said that you can awaken a
I. .I i .ist he had acquitted him I E Writ curiae Irt nor riaivl- '

4 -- in : /:.,,'pn: :: man !instantly by saying; to TG! Best I_, 'L Viibdu' I ....t. 111"01".1, .t l.."it.furr rauunturpwh p.r AD THE i.rrrrR.* 1, i' I

i ,'in towtrd the window he him softly "A woman wants to seeyou" I 111111.. we Plte'..r HUK: trim b I'I if r'l par that i> and tea : I' I i
_' 1 I oor Md.t'L w1 c'Trli.nvli
I i \ '.1 i1I1.1xiTURY !1 t. :'n' :h' .it his wife.'onld i pun'halwrn/a'.tli hqp 1''>' al"4M1 1 1
I I I 1.\1. ,,, u Ij n LA UN. I ,
tor of 1'
.-' i. i ,. .Ii!!.". Had he wiped out There! are many wretched things I v rhoi.eofI6'ittI.ehuld-. p a nrlr :.i I ;:
h'+ dI 1 ? Oh. how is about death. and one of them is tie 1 b". w. 'yfl I. .,IIt'a ..T.-t. .... I'tI,_Irla. .t I
:moor great woman \ t.x.wtwoowarr.: Kl ,ITM.' I'.hu1l'g Eat.' I ake f' 1
Uiis'ey *
ij OF f MUSIC I f ,. I
reunions each I 1.1:11."I..II..r 1-4U"! .1
*' :onHe: was still her hero bolUI number of :ghastly funny r e tl orf-M wiofc-u8ouy] 1lgIrlUf4.p: I I i

!I.!.st and ail: She had forgiven hint death! entails I I Wf. If..w a bU-rirr. lilanrr hta tI +
( I ij* -bm a 1. "I.I..1'o1""r:.- da.a I I I i
: EES Director T'ie' p.stol is Cuu under the think that perhaps people are I iri it iriwl.Hi toe f 1
.. .. : i t ; :grate.; Ever And tnt Best! Liqaort VT rf4i j Go t
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: I wr** VajoinT'i; .1 \ :
>m TfT.trorh _. rt.
Ilarh.1! : shout ascends from the street. 1 friendly] to because 0: of all ptaw.! wi; ? ml 1111. .
particularly you kinds !served bj .1! 1 f A :lead appears at the window. Coming the discovery that you have a common Polite and Courteom I \I... 1U.L': hE-. llrtL La"r I ('nrunu..rI.ar.' .>.+Wwgllarhh.. "H'YrI .."J.,... I i tI I I

'II!Idnhn. OnlLu ; p etM w.i'i ib.-" 1.'r'1." ..... S
: more he'p.' and they are saved. e ore not "nWctruty.u. 1u"I'wye. 'ri.t/.
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I on FULL MEASURE MD : .c,1ootc.rr Ue al'r p< !! :r. .fa\1 me wi' II r
!c. Wants Others to Know. in a few lit,.. I. ,, f
I ji more tail r.1 w>i>i th iAv Clattery. FILE OIULITY. 'Ludul !IIr.. A('.lo lill.(1L..r.. .* m-jury t : Dp'itt'Little
.la 'I \have u-ed
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First Barber-How did you ever get Karly Ki-ers for con-tipation and I SALVONA SOAP CO.. [Dr. 12th I PinE Sts ST. LOUIS MO.
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(Orchtn a tip out of that old baldhead? i torpid liver and they are all riaht. I DA.NNHEISSER BROS ,aI

Second Barber asked him if he am glad to indor-e them for I think I
AGENTS FOR THE CELKBB4TEDI i
'g Basle: Furnishedjsics. wanted a hair cut alsx-C'hicago N ?\vs. when we find a good thins we ought .. : e,

S J:: : I, toietoti.ersknow it," writes,; Alfred I I. f H rDEr f fcistey- Paints, oils glass and The tnHt line ff umbrell'l' in the '

Heinze., iuincy. III. They never M aln House-401 S. Palafox street city 1\ at J. I. rjtphen. Go look r '
You never heard of any one u-in? : safe pill:. them. j
mh-.i Hotfl. Tripe or ai..tre.ure.; builder at
1.1.1I1111E'Y and Tar and i.ot bei'u'ati ', R.R. Exchange-Opp. Union DepotP. hardware at the
,, H'Irgis' Pharmacy: John Sheppard, /
O. Box 2M. Pensacola! Fla. I
r'r-t Bijnist 1 !! =fled.V.. A. D'Alembme Hltl..noo from the \urtheni .0CH1
''I :OduKahn.: I I Phones 116-2CS. Willis Hardware Co.'s. '
l'2l: S. P.l13fllX street. i I .n J''Lf-IWtla1u.u..t.f'.4oD C.JrU(art wu..a.; t
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I FLORIDA TUESDAY, MAY 6. 1902.I .
THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOUA,

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Ft WON'T I-'OLLOW ADVICE AFTEK I FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY
PAYING FOR IT.

l' THE WEATHER In a recent article a prominent''
EVENTS I I r "It is next to impossible -
; M SOCIETY physician says,
oucuresolvent I for physician to get his patients -
TODAYLOCAL ,
: to carry out any prescribedcourse GOT THEM
of hygiene or diet to the :
It! ID AND PERSONALS a at smallest extent; he has but one re-<
'Iw'I sort left namely the drug treat '
FORECAT-Partly cloudy tenlght '
l1 i ment." When medicines are ued
---e PILLS and Wedieidayprobably: : ; showers Wed- for chronic constipation the most ,,

{1"A.I i Cohen returned yesterday from lIe da> : fres'a bouiiivrly "..Ind.. mild Chamberlain's and gentle Stomach obtainable: and, each Liver as {, ALL

.1 lt Mobile.V. Tablets should be employed. Their

Ht'!l \ J. CusnTove left list uihtfvr! CUTICURA RESOLV- Temperature in Last 24 Hours: use is not followed by constipation'as '
they leave the bowels in a natural -
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ill i in'I e rtt. Louis to be guile a few days. ENT PILLS (Chocolate !'1 Vatlmuai .. .. ... .delfrel'l and healthy condition. For sale

{1 ':ill H. M. Solomon ha* returned from Coated, 60 doses, 25c.), area -.ttdegrees!: by all druggists and medicine deal I I

, '11 Montgomery, after a few days' visit. new, tasteless, odourless, .;, Temperature Elsewhere: ers. ____ I II I GUESSING!

l i iI" 1 i IU. I ln. HELLO! IS that YOU LOUIEWhat's ?
Ic J. :;. Aylward left last night for economical substitute for the ... .. .................... *) i- with Saturday j
I ht. I.,uis 011 a few days' business ABlmarc : ...._ ... ......U 10' the matter nexr -
; celebrated liquid CUT Cbli *g) .. ..... .. .5*: 4t as the opening day I I
V trip. Cincinnati .. ..............-.3 TJI
I I' CURA RESOLVENT, as l.>al\"l'>toa__.__ __ ....__ -i 0\0\ THE SANTA UOSA I OUR SALE OF LADIES' :MIOI>
t' Mayor Tom Watts of the thriving I Huron ........ ......131Jacksonville U
I well for all other blood I, ......... .... .. "'* Til,) ESTABLISHMENT I 1
\ ? little t'JWUIf Chipley in in the city ,, as Fen.asClty.._...._ ..... ...... 7D' .is Sl'KF BATHING AND! O.VroiMK AT ** c.c..c..c
', and humour Fey Wl'it .. .... 'i 71 I
today. purifiers cures. Memphis .. m". ... ..... ..m... ....... "i 101> Bathing in the warm gulf waters is
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Is? Mayer returned yesterday< Each pill is equivalent to one Mohe Montgomery! ...... .i 1New Ii KM< conceeded to be the finest in the

from Montgomery, where he spent teaspoonful of liquid RE- Sew York.nrUin.. ..... ...._.....*72 i .Ai'>2' world. Everythin pleasure with 950

Sunday. -ivanauti ..._. .... ... .'vI 7nHI. safety. Good board and lodging, by
SOLVENT. Put up i nscrewcap Louis ... .. .HI S* the day or week. Luncheon promptly -

4 L \V. 1'. Browu oJ1 of tba McMillan pocket vials containing served at all hours day or night. ".\11:.
Brick Co. of Pine Barren u in the CHARLES H. Rt'RTOSI : ,
city today.MiH I 60 doses, price, 25:. MARITIME. 2m-tf Manager.

I CUTICURA RESOLVENT I .......lIdl I'miMial VaMi('" at :Mx-li an iiii-n.d I'rn ,
I Etta Bowman of McDavi is I // you wish the very best I I
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-pMidmjreveral days here with PILLS arc alterative EXPORT I ice creamjl'eeerat the very I

f'i l' Mr-, :' ,. and For May to date ..fWia: !! WHY SHOULD'NT IT.
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I cntt; ; antiseptic: tonic, digestive lowest price, the Willis

; Jr,.. \V. Loury of Louivillerepre- and beyond question the AKRI\f Hardware Co. can please
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I- senting Paul Jones: whiskey, is m t Nor bk :Matajra. llM'i Bruusgaard I
purest, sweetest, most successful Kiume, to$ fUotter! CoAIM you.
I the city today. __ __. __ __ _
r sea Mary t: Morse, ovi, >"e bury,
and economical blood Jucaro, to Jao A Merntt 4 Co CONCERT AND D\ CET
it Hon. Win. W. Flourn ,y of De It bnz hue sortie B., kits Costs Buenos.tyre MEYER SHOE
CO.
MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY
humourcures
I and skin purifiers tu orderAm.lsm
Fuuuk: 'prIri s, ii among thevi-,1- : *> A (rfield. W;, Dill. Paramaribo NIGHT. TKAIXri AT S. HA: }> ,
t"rs> here today. I IMif ,and tonic-digestives: yet n
i ; ). TICKETS 25 CENTS, AT ,:
Florence einber is i in Mo- compounded. S4ILED. DEPOT. : Feet rurui her* for lash (nil! ,
Br :. Hilt!k ', Hunter Havana
t !c uoveraor >
title the guests of the Muse-* Lillie ---- --
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aud'1'htrea Frolicti"teiu. Complete Treatment Si Subscribe to the NEWS IOc per 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
HELLO! IS that YOU LOI'IEWhat's ? week. ,
} i The \\>due-day Muicala will'' the: matter with next Saturday -
Complete external ant internal treatment the -
as
opening day
meet May 7, at 1'M:; + p. in., with Miss Ci"U r
for every humour consi-t'iijof RAS -- --
I tu-Itytll: Ei: .ir,2.V., t*> cleanse the skm of ('rl1-t., A. Wade & Son kL &. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
and scales, and ,ften tli. thirkeaal cuticle OFFICERS OF COURT : 1
Kfrv. I-rael Ileinberg, formerly ai I ; CC1ICl'IIOST'IP; T, 5k'> ., to ia- I )

rabbi at tin place, lus b-jeu re-elect- j suntly "allay itching, luil.iunn.ition, au-1 I i MARTIAL RETURN HOME ..of. REAL ESTATE ..* I I Si THE BIG STORE.
-d for a term of two year at Monroe, ; irritation msouths\ and h..I; ami CCTICTBA :
RESOLD'KM PIU.I,:2.V.. to cool and 3
r Lr.I I clean!tbe U<.>d. A SINGLE SET u ofu-u TIe remaindered the court martial Rental Agents ail Money( Brokers, 1K : )
Nathan Frolichsteiu of the Frolicht sufficient cure tlio most torturing: itching burning, au ':iu Cigar Manufacturing Company
t and blomi humours f'Czt'lUl.i.ra..h <, I
scalp 1 held at the left last
wa: yard
of Mobile, spent nevtiral days i;i and irritations, with loss I tif h i r, froze navy 4 YOU ARE CORDlALJ.\ INVITED TO IX.I'J.:1 )

Lyre la-t week. {II blf.tucy to as'e, when all else nil. ': night! for their respective quarters, City, Surburban Property and
I I I ; j THE LARGEST ,
AND IO-oT: I"EUCT PTO(
I C-Tin sa RtBiDir art Mid torooj'i'rol tit wirli as follows: Col. P. C. Pope, navy R
i Mr It. iull1.mith and daughter! anUaii Dopol."I.'h."rltnu"1Lnnd: 'ft F.ac'lDtp Timbered Lands for Sale. 1 }

t llerthii: Iv-iui-e, of Monroe, La., are i UIL; *,Coif.i Hue. itcli:.l'ropo r li..Bo Pena.toaU Corrrt S 4 CaN Li DC yard Boston ; Col. A. C. Kelton, I 1 <4< t; OF CLOTH, SILK. LINEN: AND )

. t I the E ru."*ts of Mrs Goldiuiith's parents : i, naval station Newport, R. I. ; Maj. 4 T _
Wade'Valu.iMe .. 1 PIIIISKiI'1'; .
Collected
t Rents Prompt Returns(
Mr. and Mrs. 11. Hirxchuiau.Mr. .
ti Thus. N. Wood navy yard, Wash- ,, : )

and )Ir". J. T. :Slierm in, Jo:. M. BLOODYTROUSERS tugton: ; and Maj.; George Barnett, City-I'roju-rtj, Iniproxctl s ; >

and Je--ie riheruian: and Helen I'
navy yard League: Inland, Philadelrl'ia. ) )
+ French of BrodheidVi-., ate awl l-llimllt'u\t'II.l I
Pa.
.iinong the u..ts at tin Kcambia.Clay fur Sale.: I I < White Embroidered Linen. Silk and ColoredS
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Kiill.irJ, who li H It-nu attend- P'tIo1; l'I' a Con: rl'..lHan. I List with L's your Houses for Rent.

tug; HclMHil .it I'arrville. ,\It., returned IDENTIFIED 'At tlie! end of the campaign," ( \ Waists in Sheer Fabrics. )

s I hotn. tin- morning, accompanied: writes CLamp Clark, Missouri's We Guarantee Satisfaction. I 4 ) )
brilliant\ congressman: "from overwork -
Itv Inlittle niece, Mm KateVal I <
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-- nervous tension, loss of sleep ; (.
Lice of .,. ;
FI"'d1., i and constant *peaking I had about H
I The bloody trouser; found, ::* a f..w utterly collapsed. It seemed that all :
( has. Elliott J. K. Crtuty Paxson & Hall'sTransfer.
Capt.
since mounted tie organs in my body were out of 1 Boys' Pleated Bosom Waists in Whn and ?
I'MOtli, :Mrs. Jyuf'r, Mr. Ho )jle-s days by :a policeman order, but three bottles of Electric I ;


mid (':1 pt. Fred Diden of Miltou ar- Bitter* made the all right. It's the '

red in the city thil mooting on the I II best all-round medicine ever sold 4 i Colored Percales, with Shirt Collar... }
identified "
I over a drua:;it's counter. Overworked
teainr CltIf Tampa. I j i run-down men and weak, 4R ,

i Mr. Leopold Hirschnun, who has son white a railroad: employe whoI sickly women gain splendid health i "..\ -': 'II. )
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beets with Mo i and vitality from Electric Bitters. SPECIAL ATTESTIOSI: I T )
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":g liquor firm for i is with construction
at
I now a tan: : a Trv them.! Only 60c. Guaranteed by '
.oin time, will on the first of June \vl: A. D'Ateuiberte, 121 :South ?al. GIVEN T<> I 4 )

I I" with the New rltmn) UrocervCfiiiip'iiiy. a point near'dma.: .fox street.Foley's. 1
i Baggage and Hauling.Machinery .EVERY DAY THIS WEEK. ;
and invites his frien Js to, There I is: a quite :an interesting I Wi .

call and ,-pt him. I Tar
story attached to the discoverthe Honey and Safes, Pianos and !

ThM night two weeks: ty :!')th, cures colds prevents pneumonia. Furniture Moved; Promptly at i! 4 j WE OFFER BETWEEN BAND 10 A M,
tact; of which came out yesterday. A :
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: Cth..llc Knights will give anxcuri..i Short; Notice; also Conduct.... I ,
: to M.iguoli Blull. Tick- Johnson was accidentally: shot.; The finest line of sterling; silver .. ; 10 Yards Lawns for. !
.roods and silver novelties is to be 1'1 H"ot'-CI.A I <4< ; Figured >
i", including car farn, 25: cents.F.liaiit And by his own revolver.! This account I
1 found J. I. Prices to
et at ritephens' 35
i'yt prize will bt voted to the for the blood being on the !I please all.Cleaning. Livery Feed and < 1 C
s : : 10 Yards Shirting Prints for :
>no-t p'}pul Ir young lady. trousers.H -- -- -- i I : ;
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,I ladies skirts and waist Ii
wa in the city about a week i is one of our specialties.: star Laun- Sale Stables.Corner : >
For Representativa. i : .J )
ajo and appear to have hud a pitclI Iry. T .
I Th* frictiti- Cho1r; C'I.tolli an- j i I Zarragossa and Jefferson Streets, t 4J )
in his While
nouuc" hi'n :t.s a e.u1 lldats for rep- hip pocket. stooping
fut.tti\e in the legi-"I.itui from over one day, the fell from !Isis N EITHKI the captain owners Opposite Plaa. ,<* Telephone sal J S ,
l- I Ii4camlu: ,'IIUlIl\'. all.llhl'\-k the gun _. bark nor con Muinura'tgnes will of the be Nor re- I I Wm. Johnson & Son. \

:. oIl1Plkrt of all dfinucrattt IIi the coujui : hip pocket and wa til-charged. ti.e 1 spiiiitiblc for debts contracted

; primary. bullet clipping :a Ilehy! part of tie! "'y t9v! crew o! saiJ lesst-l.> ARL BrrnMSAARn. HARRY HALLHARK. l >1 vvvvv *vvvvvvvv'vvvvvvvvvvt
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r &L itt" TO Captain I
1 Pi xil.cu.: it-elf l'Ol1'IrIII'II.; Mint; Manner Transfer Department.

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Chllilrrii Johnson! wa- iu a rreJicamt .
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t CliiMren'tate i- ofiimos m.'rl'Ii H>> was: afraid that if he reported it i'MWNmN"Nm
Suits Shoe
: i $10.00 ; $3.50 :
accura'.e in resetting the tight kind he would be arrested f.'r carryingconcealed |

I t of food tell!: the liody th in that: of ; : and !La had .
weapon- as
Ii adult Nature works mire accuriitfly f for $6.50 |! j: for $2.50 i
no $lIN' ) to pay the city ia case: of :
through thechilJren. I Ir Your .
conviction he sullered his Keep EyeI .
. '0 ,Itrooklyn! l.idyuyt, "()tmr little ;pun in ................M .....+......*..* *.
: : )' haluu; been troubled with silence, working throughout tht I .. Ij

"' '-'lk ditlon. \V'ft could never day and waiting: until he went to his i
,
pff.u ul.> him to tike: more than one : .
" 1"bll U..te of ::11.y km i o? cereal: fiiod. Hew ,!; boarding: hou-e when the day'-: iiV ON THI8@ 1'I.. I

i* .tweak little! chap mid we werenuzl"d work was done to have the w'uuJdrf' I SAn

| ti know whit to feed him .. ed. ; Arabian Proverb. ;
on. One Il1ch' dJ}' WH tried Urape- i *

:Nut+. Well you: never saw a child! t Johnson oon after retired but S
, f. t with -uc!) a relish, and it did nit SPACEWATCH I : I II.
during the night he was awakenedby
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KIMU! to >? him. From that day on ,

I -rrmcd though wrt could almo-t ;, the pain and was much surprised ;.
. .Pe him prow. He would eat Grape- :: .. He that knows not and know nottb'tb.k owe 1.\ .
, and I to find a nejjjro in his room with the .
i Nut for breakfa-t supper and Is a fool-ihun him
I itiiiik he would have liked the food telltale troupers in his hand. Johnson ....AND.... 1.
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fur duuirr.me ..
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difference in bill appearance, spoke to him and the negro left .

I; ."inethiiij; wonderful. hurriedly taking with Inn the I .. He that knows and know not feat tit 101, ..

r" to My fancy husband cereal ha foods never of hA..n any known kind I clothing, which he left near the! gasworks OUR SHOW WINDOWSMonday I.. Is asleep-wake hits 0I

but h*' h"l'Ul1l'"ery: foal of Grape- : and which were later found .." :
Nut and ha- been much niiprovod .
by a lynx-eyed policeman.
in health sauce wing it. : He that knows and know
ttut b, kMw| ;
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A friend ha. two children who tv FOR NEXT @j
S .
Is wise-fojlow him.
were formerly atllictnj with therll't"t"
1 was satisfied that: the disi IMPROVING THE :

i .. 011'11" C'au-t by lick of proper .. bi IS
i .uri..huicnt. They showed it. t'oI
I ir!:"d her to us ( Orapa-NuU: an DEPOT PLAT TODAYThe Bargains : He that knows he can bur his Cloth. bOlD :

i xirriment and the result was al- McMillan and Beers at Oo't and doo't ..

iuu-t ma, i'al. They c,utiuued the wI I Is an aide: ; ) ride him .
( food and today both children are .
railroad
writ and strong as any children inthi company placed a

f City, and of course, my friend gardener at work this: morning in the i Ii
I. a firm believer in the right kind of I
plat of land just north of
food for she has tha evidence before Passenger .

her ryes every day. i' Agent Lurton's: office, and before the YOURS ANXIOUS TO PLEASE, ................ ................:
When i have some task to perform : .
place i is done with it will be beauti-
,
I.
and dou't feel
about the house very t
trot>*, a tuncPr of Grape-Nuu and fied with a supply of palms, lilies ,f $2.00 Hats= S5 Pants
CO. | !
cream timulate me and 1 am ableto L. FRIEDMAN 1
and choice gra;;;e;. A fountain will
do the task at hand with ease. j

naturally We are now believe a happy in Grape-Nuts.family and" also play in the centre of the! plat, I for $1.00 | i for S3 :

4 making of it one of the most attractive : -
} :-Oatnfljliven by Postum Co., Battle f

Creek, llcl:. of spots. I jl................!.... ...........oN. ................4