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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: May 7, 1902
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y )L, 36. PEN3ACOLA, FLORIDA WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 7.1902 NO 89 I : i ,

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SESSION I SAMPSONIS BURNEDTO Why is ROYAL .I. ;I I i, :


DEAD DEATH I

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i of)i Congress--The Situation Is Decidedly = Hpecta: to The Sew;. clal, to The Sawa. I Itp ;

other ? ;
than
I Washington, May .-Hear Ad Harrisburg. Pa.. May 6.-Four menj i ter a.ny '

Complicated.M miral William T. ;Sampson is dead. were killed two were fatally injured I j
and two others were hoif, bly! burned
He was stricken yesterday: afternoon
I. by a violent hemorrhage and by being taught in a torrent of molten | Because in its mammoth works a ;1.

m.etallast night; in an open hearth pit :!

N M : sank rapidly till death came. at the Peaasl\dnid steel works. Steel-1 I of chemical experts is constantly i'
corps
tly -Tn"re is uo WILHELMINA It is expected that Secretary I ton, near here. All of the men 'It ere II'

i ., v.. that 1'reiJeutiiinpUtiM Moody of the Navy Department will Austrians. Only the names of two employed to test every ingredient I
of the dead are Known. They are:
; calling au HAS RELAPSE announce today the arrangements
Yauko :Morevich. and of
supervise '
for the funeral every process t
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Arajanovica.The
'. c"m I! 'hile this is unusual, in that the men were at work in alit be manufacture to insure absolutely
product
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hind the "Cuockera"; w hen the iron ore
Special to Toe :Ne :9 rear admiral was on the retired list

Tae Haue, May ;.-tseen Wil- |I, at the time of his death, it has; been boiler over the furnace burned out and pure, wholesome and perfect ;
I Ii the entire pit was turned into a pool
i- i -i a extremely urgent in.uuon helmina had a sudden' relapse list: expected that the government would :
i of fire. The pit bass Charles F. t'

--.. to the senators I night. Her condition is causing I'I'I I supervise the funeral because of the' Lockett gave a cry of warning as the in every respect. 1

"t l : ;!.-bill, hut the talk heard grave anxiety. Dr. Roesigns called ; circumstances which surrounded Iron commenced to flow into the pit The most wholesome food and i
and three of the laborers heeded his Icy ,
a midnight consultation, the results !I Admiral Hampton to the time of bis
,\ '. A Home IUH not imaitor
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: and escaped fatal injury. The others
food mada
of which are unknown.; It ii! be death. the most digestible are t.
thinking e\"ld4lntly that the over
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lieved because of the extreme It is the desire of Mra. Bampson to Cow was a slight one similar to those Powder !* *
,Jatlt I U the with Royal Baking
: -' holding
t: secrecy shown in regard to the contents have her husband burieu at Annapolis which occur frequently at the fur. .

"; : t tu extra.esiion over of messages from Castle Loo where lie the hero dead killed in races, pressed against the side of the i ii'j',
pit and were caught in the awful flood :.
cr".. ..k.' a club for the purpose that great anxiety is ;still entertain I war. !She has expressed this desire I, i '

..,-' !ai'U.in in favor of the ad- I ed over the queen's;; condition. and persons! close to the president I QOYAl BAKING+ POWDE CO., tOw/tUaMhtittarrOrr. J

consider it that the TO j I !'
probable ACCIDENT
request f'
-"' .: in'- phn* for Cuba.r LATER BULLETIN I
will be granted. I' :
.' .- gave fears of the tlTectomurMMonal ATKINSON IN 'I LONG LOST I
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JWORE HOPEFUL When seen today Admiral Bchley
DR.
campaign of I PALMER 1
refused to discuss the death of his

.r.. "u the part of congress; tot The Hague May".-A more hope rival, but intimated that he might ,I NEW FIELD HEIRS FOUND !

ful bulletin i issued :
'. was; at noon today
Cuban bill but the press ; make a statement later. apPrlat' to The N e1l'.. i
from Cattle 1.00.o mention i
was -- ---
i ai". kuow* the bJ results of I I The family of the dead rear admiral New Orleans DrT "
made of the reported turn for the May 6.- B. ..
are gathering here to 1.1 Bpecial to The News.Montgomery. Mpooelllu TUB >*
v attempt to diet Itt>. I Iwor arrange Palmer, the noted Presbyterian I : fir
->e. The general condition of the I, Ala., May 8.-H. M. Atkinnon. ,. 'riot
1 for the funeral. cc"sldered!( at the head of the southern | .1 'I' sir: .TDe loss
.+ tryln to persulde the sans i i of Atlanta O. H. Davis, '
is ; funeral :
queen reported Satisfactory One daughter, Mrs. Richard Jackson rh-rch, met with a terrible accident I US! w h-ll' 1'I.I I.. 11 (nand sat '
i uietn ber-t of the house to ac'ily -- -- manager of the Birmingham I
ferday afternoon I
is absent with her lieutenant yet a i riv-tei) thai Itlarl.llIu: l stale i shoo
I street and J. A.
car ,
system Emtlry
'''W4. j BUYING EUROPEAN !:I husband at the Mediterranean sta act've Although and went 84 years about old everywhere., he was very He i superintendent of construction of the I 1 5 }>*arH un; has' '"'''i fathomed.In t:

1oJ.: .1 1 i. Jeei compli- ,I tion. \' rofs'n' St. Charles near lame ssytem, spent yesterday In Mont 1 1-M 1'.' JamPr .,. Kh.w. !i I

CHEMICAL WORKS :' < avenue gomery. As a re..ut! n..?"tidtion are wealthy! Tallahatrbli* louutyavinij plaDUhdt '
i.- cleared: up, but a ,, The attendance of friend among his bon.: and saw a trolley car coming :
well under way for the purchase of the <1. 1" it rf! and three thl" :1'?

-on* in Wa-hington i iI 1 the officers and men of the navy is along As two ladies were at the II Montgomery: street railroad dren Two ywrr III'er hi* widow Olar. ::1
I corner, he supposed the car would
tlp""lal to Taa !' aai, II expected to make the funeral a atop so be continued his way. The Atkinson and Davis went to liirming-! led a a<'hoolmtutT r.tmed J.V }[.

notable occasion. ham last night, but Emery, remain.] llagard( and tb<< family mural tJ J
Cologne, Iay Members of the ladies maJe no move and the car continued
over and Is making a careful examination 'rjHtal SjirluK! from wbicb parr! the/ : ,
'| Messages expressing; grief and at full speed, striking the venerable
Chemical Com-
>TWO KILLED Virginia-Carolina of the prup"'rty. The deal is being Jlrappeared at "olUpl"-"I- I f.w ;
IN !'shock at the death of Admiral minister and dragging him
I pauy are expected in Europe this negotiated\ !by President A. 11 1. rnontbs later &II though the trtb Lti ,
distance.
some I
RAILWAY week to a;ii-t a firm of bankers hereto j !Sampson are pouring in from allover lie was carrift.l! to his home uncoa Baldwin, of the Firht National! bank, l"allJ1tbelu up ;4 :

COLLISION the country who gave a dining at which all parts..a The lai.ded later.-ittji In the family
acquire two of the leading Oeri a"io\is. and it was found that one leg j sl
I I i interested" sat down together. In Tallabatrhlo ounty ...r.> Urn tul
'' was; broken, one foot mangled and his ,<
-- man chemical works. It is stated ; .
THE FUNERAL FRIDAY. I Mr. Emery was .ioeu In consultation valuable In arronUni with the rase! '
head! ,gashed.: He recovered conscious }
.' !' that the hankers are purchasing i, with General Manager :;.'ott. of the of :Miitf-isiipi| the Lrnwry rl..rk a..
I It has been decided to hold the ry, .i3 later and the physicians at his it
'.1.>- -During a heavy'uii.5 these workfor J. Pierpont Ior;an.I I loal company, but made: Ill> statement !unid a Klterdrnrhlp: wblc'h baa b..11 ,1taltDGtlly .
I, __ i funeral Friday, and the naval cadetsin uMside found him in much better condition .
n- further than to admit that negotiation: rare -d l mil t tA
ai bound ex- last night thin anticipated, although .
a body will attend.Detachments are under way.W. few days since! t'tua' .ry Clvrlcr : t
train belonging to thei : COAL MINERS I on account of his age there is
of the navy, army still much dangerMILLIONS A. Vaudner in an interview says X..ly ( ti\od a l"tlcr from Jall"1T'. ;i'

iLiflr: line ran Into the reg- : that if the deal is pt through it will tin..r oar of th" h.-Ire. ..ho U nor i-
and of the marines, headed by the 't
IN i) make no difference with the r-si..lnc: at 1'IiUnburn. N Y
I" !und freight train at the ARE SESSION construe' : The Iter -
marine band, will act as the escort.SGHLEY'S It
.: ii.irtli of Topeka, eau.ing aIi' I I COTO tion of the new system which is now :& stated that. tbt )o+ii|..,t of IDs ,J:

under way.Reoort three belrs hal DDW' (....nib. nf taeend Ii-<
in winch two perom were '
I 1 "'pe, .1\1 to 1 ld \"w;, I TRIBUTE has it that a part of the atkinson he liicj'iire.l al to the 'ottJilWo: of
1 .mitrul, and even injured. THE BANKS Ij
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I :'crat.tou, Pa., May 7.-P.epresentative 1 I j deal here lathe purchase of one the 'ttat I I
i> rcgulir freight train had stop I of the .Montgomery papers or the starting No explanation .at r1r.aer ttit r itI i Ii
> of the H ,t"M coal miners are in : I'
i at tt e cru44iR I ': a* u-Uil, and just I JOSAMPSOH I : of a new afternoon ..bily'CONNECTICUT myrifTHsHirf dillap 'ararrr Of lone .b- :'i
seiou to decide the Special to these f
today question ; t Tby brat trite
tatted up ajim. it was struck nuuprd lLrl A
.. of peace or war in the coal region p"clallo The !' e'H.Wahington \Vashincton, May: 6.-Nearly n,;}!)'),- char l'rojlflrt attire th..tu :!
xtra freight, running; at the
They met to receive the report of !' May i.-Rear Admi- 000 were distributed by the secretaryof -

rty mile au hour. It tale Pre-ident Mitchell! who has;; been in II I ral W. Schley expressed deep sorrow the treasury yesterday among na-i I New Depot Are Odtrtd.MontKom d,; ?

1 t.:,e cab: .}')*e, splitting it entwo. I tional banks! In various parts of the : ..ry AU May 1\ -Th. rail :
I conference with the coal barons in j jI today upon learning of the deathof !
Three car on the country Sixty-two hanks were recognized / : TOWN BURNEDi road commUnlon at 'Ira t*'lCular ranntiu

!I New f ork:. On the contents! of this Admiral W. T. Sampson. He as government depositorIes Iy m.*etlnK ha* ur>1<*rM a n". d..V<,. -
:> were badly broken up. I II
i report" depends whether or not the said, "I regret very much to hear of Among them are: i I __ at Tennllle. 1'iltu countr. on the i'laaryaam .

.inert on the extra freightto I I Capital Atlanta Ga., $::;0,000 Third .tAO! at l'I ftl1l"et and o.rllI.on
:
I Admiral ; I ,
most momentous struggle In the hi- i j: Hampson's death, and !ym-- Hptclal :
*ec the light; on the Columbus Ga.. $100,000; Hibernia the H-lm and I''na.rnla dln'tIa' :
1 jtory of the anthracite coal lesions I II 'ipathize I deeply with his bereaved I Danbury. 0.>un.. titay r. !IMween
-.. -ht train owing; to the New Orleans $100,000; Calcasleu! of tho IxxiUvlllo tod XasDetlte! Tb.
$3: l tl.oll> and J1'1"1. ''11 th latest
| will begin. I i family. No one has ever heard me Lake Charles, la., $30WO( ;; New Iberia la. estimate l.oulsnU" and Nn brllle u *icut. t '!
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o! tho hiss by th are wh>h destroyed
I I II I utter au unkind word of him. New Iberia La... $}i.000; First, from m intalnlB a d"|xn at Mltld.'... I
the business' : s 'vtion* of New
I PEASANTSREBEl Admiral Hchley telegraphed to his Yazoo City :Miss., $30,000: ; First, Me a mining place on It* mlotral division J
AUSTRIAN Milforrf. It> milts ujrth of her lag t
EMPERORADDRESSES i radian Miss.. $50.000; First. Weldon Tb. lon" delayed quntlnn of t.4 1
I friends in Baltimore to postpone the 'I I night Nearly tiny bulMin: i. inrlud
N. C.. $;)lIiO, ; National bank of HighPoint depot at Mobil tar vial! tahG up 14ronnl
t i of the Christobal Colon ins most of the stores ia th. pac!
THEDELEGATIONS : IN RUSSIA delivery Hi,(h Point. N. C.. $50,0*\); City I and two hotf'I.i.vt'r" burned. Tht" .r tlon of IDs tt..(t rAnoUtnn e.'I ua. Tb I

j silver set which! was to be presented Knoxvilli. Tenn., $50,000! ; Flret Beau coal ru. rat raa laa.ljl
fire was under control l I i
at nets
this evening.. He made the req jest mont Tex., $50,000; Feat El Paso, al1lJ1J1IU.f on ..IJoliralll"t. i
I I this
morning. but is still burning I In
rip cial to The New' Tax.: $50.000; Rocklngbam. Harrison-
I out of respect to the death of Admiral many places."
Vienna: May ;.Advices from St. j burg Va, E39,000.British .. New Entrprl In "' ,..le."I. I IJachon.
Sampson. The fire e'art d about 8 30 0'( IIJC'k
Milt May C. -Quit ....
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Petersburg report a revolt of the in
the stables
." \ara ---- --- -- of the New Milfordhousn. I
Occupy Stelnkopf. br of iBduitrltl
peasants! in the district of Lonstrantlnograd DEATHIOFi : The cause is unknown In tn lI.terpr'' .ert ,
SUDDEN
; I Cape Town. May 6.-The O'Okl
; ? May 7.-Emperor p. launcbtd In MUtliiippl (rut .*.k tile
in the province of Poltava. i! western Cape Colony, relief column minutes the stables the hoist and set mod Important of which .en pii opened the meeting i i MRS. ED CLARK eral) small
outbuildings w In
\!re flame
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occupied Steinkopf,
to the
northof
The rebels have pillaged hundreds and water cen.pal at Ore.pwoal. rap.ItatlJ. .
; H. 'iii today with a !speech and the railroad station opposite wa
of farms and three million I t I O'Okiep. which was strongly held e . destroyed [ in grave danger. The ? ,
.r.'ue.. which the emperor M j I Mrs. Ed. Clarke died very sudden- by the Boors, after fighting: April 27 games sprstJ at tie same pfir to o6 tt l1 O.OOV T
pounds of in quickly to the 1 ;
Kneiper.
Myart
sugar blork.
.. j The of-
I :mint noteworthy feature Iy at her home on South Barcelona and 28. The British lost six! : men flee of the Southern pilio U movtoi *er| tlr l<<'all> t. r cnN ,
Iu an engagement between the killed and had eight wounded. The Naw England and
Ii -, :. wa the fact that his street this afternoon. Mrs. Clarkewas Telep on9 a HOo.OvO cotton mill sad o Pemuvell
is in
.. I regular troop and the insurgents; at Boer losses are said to have been company the building< concern which will M>*I shoat H1161 f
: Austria's friendship to and the operator, Miss
Bssl9
walking about the yard this Bertram.
heavy The Boers asked for .
Vashliovka, .6 men were killed and Brltiaft remained at the od cover Kur sera of nouns t&4 1
l' f much warmer applause 20 her
from the buildla .
: : n mention of the triplet is reported the priests; ars supporting I best of health. Her death was a great From the Mygart building the lire g art r*"orttd from rarer. v

the rebellion. II shock to her relatives! and many has! a right to a little spread along Bank street the itctloci of tit it tt. Tt 1I +
principal t
I piece of this earth. But
-- -- -- they must .
friends. fight for It. They must! watch their business thoroughfare of the vlllag I-
I \ > OK THANKS.K .
SHARKEY SAILS I chance to get it, and get it. .. Twenty different!! buildings were You peer head of spy notFolev'd oafs(

Stand Like a Stone Wall. on lire at one time. Honey and Tar and not be. V
Riuer and other members Thos. C. Wation & Co. In? aatletlad W. A D'Altmbtru j

'aaiiiy of the late Fred Bauer, FOR ENGLAND Between your children and the bare some particularly fine bargains 121 H.PaUfox attest *

I..t THE NEWS to extend : tortures. scaldhead of itching or other and skin burning diseases.eczema to offer just now, and they invite HELLO{ 13 that: YOU LOUIEWhat's ? -

.: ,-t grateful and sincere How? why, by using BuckleD'sArnica You you to will come and investigate! eam the matter with next Hator Marston $ Ouina are node #

r- frteud of Pensacola and Special to Tbe !' e1l's. I Salve, earth's greatest heal never regret having done day a? the opening day

'" .. :..;'t"n for kindnesaea durirg New York, May;.-Sharkey sailed er. Quickest: cure for Ulcers, Fever so. agents for the celebrated

-it illness of )It Bauer and for England today on the American I I Bores, Salt Rheum,for Cuts, Burns or Ice cream freeers that Plant a spring gardens Odorless refrigerators, r ; -
: death.: Bruises.[ Infallible Piles. 25c.
, Liner Philadelphia to fight Ilunlin at \V. A. D'Alemberte's drag store, freee quick, at the ''illi The Willis Hardware Co. absolutely guaranteed or .3

'1 THE NEWS Want Column. during Coronation week I I 121 South Palafoi street. Hardware Co.'s. can sell you the tools cheap. money refunded.

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THE DAILY NEWS.:. PEN8ACOLA FLORIDA WEDNESDAY MAY 7. 1802Kodol

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j BRETE HARTF THE I gave up this pursuit he beast a series 111
Digests
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of wanderings among the mountains -
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; and the mining camps of Califorj -
a what AUTHOR IS DEAD
you i
j cia. He tried his own hand as a miner

I I in several localities and, he served as

f Eat j| an express messfner for some time;
Brilliant American Writer ;
and it was during these somewhat

Dyspepsia Cure Espins Near London. rough: experiences that he got downI

IIhkti I, I to the bean of things in California
Children.
Infants and
r 3 Mature never makes a mistake and the preparation which duplicates LIVED IN ENGLAND FOR YEARS j] life-It was then that he became acquainted for

>" II its action carmot Jail. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure never fails because it dl- | with the prototypes of Yuba The Bind You Have Always lion;:hl lui Imrnf the

( pets your food by nature's own process. Its affect is equally prompt' on ; Bill Joan Oakhurst, Miggles, the :|I
t, both ocoa>ional and chronic cases (.r indigestion, dyspepsia and stomach As a Writer of Short Stories Bret j' tare of Chat. H. Fletcher and .hay been m.ul 1111':
heathen
Chinee and all
trouble of every kind. It digests what you eat while the stomach rests.! :' Harte Stood Preeminent-His Early I the Other prrMinal Miponuiou( i for or :'U> jrar*. .\11"w into '
f + Eat all the good food want. "We have strange men and women tlat have 'unllt'rf'lt11II1t..O" ,
t 1j yo dieting i 1s Decenary. you det-flve you in thi. ( n%
F been selling Kodul Dy>pepMa Cure for the past two years and have al::o Days Were Spent on the Pacific i; lived in his marvelous fictions. I ",TII..t..a..-so Kl" are but ntporiinrnt, ami <-iiil.iiii:,",r
used it," write Bowman & Sons,. of Valley Furnace, W. Ta.. "and never I His occupations were many in those
I ,. heard of a failure. We are so confident of its merits that we sell every Coast During\! Mining Excitement ', health ..f Chiltlrcn-KsiH-ricncc asalurt; I'l't'rilllt'lit.:
but it was through his learning
9 I bottle under our personal puarautee" Kodol Dvspepsia Cure never faJs.r years : '
Cures All Stomach Troubles. LonJon, May 6.-F. Bret Harte, the the art of typography in the office of a ; The Kind.Y oui Have AlW ysBol i;

Anirkan author died here last night I little i2yspaper: at Eureka that he ; -

I i Pr'par -d byE. (':..T, -Wltt A ('0.. f'hl.alThe lLMttterontain4"4 times! ILeSOo. site. I Mr. Han: dled suMenly at the Red { finally came to his own in the field cf i Bears the Signature of

t '4 When you suJler from biliousness! or constipation u>e the famous! little !liver : House, Carabry near Alderehot, from fiction. On more than one occasion i iI

i 4I 1UiTt I {ills known as DeWitt's Little EARLY RISERS. They never: irril'C. Lfffiurrhage. caused by an affection! of 'I I while "hol.ingaSl"s"! at Eureka he..I

. John :;heppardHari'Phartnacyidne7Kahn. the throat. I put brief sketches of life as he had !I

"f'iP'3 3ir'i 1'jr many )ears before his death j seen it and lived it into type without I I

t. : i% ; Farmer Btten By Mad Dog. I Dalton' His 520,000 Fire. Frauds lirtt Hart-his! full name the intervention! of the written page. .

1i j' I riiR Spar', s Oa May t; K N (Irifin, a Palti.n. Ga.. May C.-The largo lumb l looks odd for he was long known simply I Few American writers: have ever I ,Over
In UseFor 30 Years.
:t "r and plar.in! mills: cf the Farrar'Lumh Bret Harte lived in London j been paid well for their ,
farmt r l. ar fhi. pat! e. was Ltn; -n by a as i so work as
ti l j hr rrr..o. .e...... ,0 ..u.... ...n. r..e.. r...
<< "I mad dun! starchy iunrnir.f The dog, r company at this! place, were where !he was as popular: as a man Harte. and the work of few" authors oJ 1

: ( I "e a large and powerful brute, sprang at de."troetl ly fire at an early hour last; of his genius tr\'s to Le."H dur- any country have shown such genuine !1---- -

I j i6 f Mr. Or.fiin and bit him betore he had nhht. The origin of the fire is not leg all\ the period of his expatriation he I sparks of genius as his. There have':'

an opt" rtun'.ty! to defend himself. The known, tut is supposed) to have been i, continued to turn out stories of Ameri I been stories of irregularities of one The Star Laundry

\\11 S= 1E' wounded man was carried to the Pas. due to some defective! part in the electric can Hit "'hlehl't re matchless for the sort or another on his part, but his ,

} 'il .' teur I iTiKt.uite Atlanta: for treatment light plant which was in olJt'ra.I' fidelity of their: word pictures of life countrymen will prefer to remember I

Vfl% It IJ ticn at the time. The fire started in ( on the Pacific's: gulden! short- There only the imperishable work of his Busiest Best :

t I I ft J Taylor Again Renominated. the n.an: fart of the building! : and have been those who have claimed brain and pin and will forget all tbe I Biggest ,

' t hr.: II t.t SaU-ni. (l.. May 6.-R. \V. Taylor, oi spread rapidly, burning the: dry kiln that Hal tt's characters were not true flaws that may have existed: In the

t t j Lisbon. who made the bfnsatlunal fightin seven cars loaded with! lumber for Amfriians: that their colloquial\ ex- man.

'j :; cone :SF against Roberts: elected to I shipment and several stacks of lam.LEr ;1 passions wire in no sense those of :

! '. 41 t I, jfprtsr.t the state of Utah in the on the yard. The plant was located tie genuine American but a sort of Former Senator Roach III. Ire ft'e\ Gaiktr' 1)[ II TlFri'tn !

i I > (..oustwas again rfnominated from rn the Southern railway and was ; mongrel evolved l lIy llaite from his New York. May C.-Former Unite )

t'" 1! for t-l: hto"'nth ili.-.tri by acclamation valued at $15/;; >i"i or ?:2.l'0.. wtrttrn experiences: and ,the dialects States: Senator William \. Roach, ol +. \ all j,' rt- '

i for hs: tilth term. He represents tire that v.-f-re n-roril .!: ;u the" stories of North I'akota !is seriously ill at hS:

'r l.Hf it i cl>! MKinley l district. Beresford Repeats Apology. ', Charl .-, IHCI.TUS! H-n to Ingl1shmeuand : home., ::;lgVe.t One Hundred and, Our J-livery! ui, uwlitre \II

I' ) New Yorl., May t;.-Lord Charles r.Jo..t AI', flare I Twelfth street this itv, from \ .
}: t'l :i I.! t Iaus s ''rt'ations : < septic at tty flU"- :
11 Votes For Public Schools. Deresford has repeated in the house of ->'
fO Jig.
f 9 I: S3! II t 1 commons the apology which he already j! 11 Write! or tflcjiliuu1 u' i. \
(; :
.i 1;} t lIdIU.tJl Grov a. May G.-At an I -1;;.'> 1
L 1a ; 'f. :'i, I tl tl) I'lf'c tlml h--iv on ptfblfr schcwls tL.* result had made in The Times, with regard !i ,' Jeav'ir to -ervf yon 1 i > :

t" lJ fr ; 1 : w..1'h inaiuiiratiiin! of tht systm. to his famous letter conr 'rnins! ,
} I HEALTHINSURANCE .
I .
i. .. .tl! r L.iui.iirv I'.L.
the Mediterranean! fle-t. ,
the
London
ti) ; r t M f" It will U-CJitic ojieiative StyD.ed says >

}, 1 It F 1 t It.nil I. i respondent of The Tribune.\ \'

\, "; ) said he is prepared to receive punish!l "'' The man who insures his life is ALL WORK C. 0. D.
Gocds CSllfl for
meat and! hoped thatill ( cti it Tt :
t "With His Boots On. he the l last wise for his family.

!' a'J \U i r'l 1 New Y',rk. May ;3.-Captain\ HiiamTiigh of the math There was nothing in I The man *ho insures his health TELEPHONE i .4. 27 GARDEN ST.

S : wh'i has just died at HriUgfton, the l.-Ttt-r. he adds which was not pub
:
is wise both for
j his family and
} k I V t I If t N. J., has not slept in a bed since he Iii piopeity npardin: the streLgth cf :;"- : himself. WALKER INGRAHAM Manager.

; t't .. \J. returned from the civil war. When he the liiitii-h fleet. ,

l.{ I 1'i' :l' was taken ill some weeks ago! his doctor i You may Insure health by guarding I

E:J : It ..... t ordered him to bed but he --it-ted Site for Mississippi Building I it. It Is worth guarding.

\' I tv: !' all effoits to make him obey! the order, St. I.ouis. May c.-R. II. Henry ex- t'l' Iq 4.- I At the first attack of disease, = W B. ]WRIGHT>> COOIPA Y.

: I'. (4k j i and died "with his boots on.: ectti\e\ commissioner! of LouisianaPiirchase 111, which I generally approachesI i-

j :, position company, has se I through the LIVER and mani 1 \ MANUFACTtKEKS AND EA.FK %

t't 1'd 1 I Like a Urownng! Man. I luted a location! for the 'Mississippibuilding. a 'p : fests itself in Innumerable ways : ,
t
\ I 11'i .I "Five years ago a disease" tlif doctors \ )Ir. Henry expressed; hi.- TAKE of' fll LUMBER LATHS
t' ,'Ir'' called dyspepsia' : took ficlhold\ gratification at the location, which i is Sill HARTE.arp I ,
'
rj I ''' ', of mn that" ('(.uhl *namely ,'' I.. ItU" .
goo closo to that selected by Missouri. genuine! ; living men and worn n.Th.y /
The
: ..t''t' 1 t writes Jeo $. Iar-h. well known; I SAWED; CYPBE S INGlrs' .Elit t.PEXrfACOLA .n;--l\
of the
\; ; attorney of Nocona. Tex. "I took bailing! gill piol.ably be a reproduction wne hot high.-t; nor the utt's Pills LLJ

t ; quantities of pepsia and other inediciues of UeanvcMr._ the home of Jtffersonfjavls purest tyje of Americans perhaps* hut #; --.. --:00. f LA.
t > X : 'Iii ,- but nothing helped me. Asa: in yli !'isiphl.! the forty nintrs were a fi'miwi.lot' I

(i : 1' :J' 3rownin? nun {Crab: at a straw I and Harte lid! not t'- -,ay to portmi "

1 r' -t' t'' grabbed at Kodol.! I felt an improvement Sciatic lli! <-iiii I. at once sod after a few ROYAL STANDARD \mms\\ \
J .j 11, bottles am -ound nn'J well" Kod<>I Iii .'...u'.If'.n.nro" ; riillrrin::. j I ni'-n.. Hr felt. that this field ** a.us' !1 i .

\ ,.. I the only preparation which exactly "I have been atllicted with ?ci.! tic f.ll'd by others and ho wrote of th,- '
4 NOTICK.
t U3 R rej roduce- the natural cjise;: rhcutt1.!!i-m for fourteen year?," 1 1r.nns and! things! !he came in contact 8 Years Old, io Cases of 4 Full Quarts, at S3.20 per cmfTIHI.S

M' ?.t five juices and consequently} !i.. the *ayJo-l! Kdirar, of Germantown. > ',' >' !:. !, ,. .- as at the age one rec's i I have been authorized to take ---- -- -
!!tg II' only one which diverts any <;o !' and cures :IIIf'rm' of :-toinaci!I constantly: :'IIII rpd. I tri"'lI'en' the molt laftiiiK and vivid inv: Hryan's paper "The Commoner." :: WHISKKVI'dMHIfdatthe: Xel-on tK1
Div'' \"' trouble. Harai 1'harmacy, John thing I could hear of and at l.i-twas |in--<;ons. ( The price is $1.00 per year in ad- JL '., Distillery: and i is fully matured in \\ >

: Sheppard, Sidney_I Kahn., told to try L'hiitnberl.iiu'a I'.iin II slut, 1:1'0: t HartP was horn at Albany Au>/t:. 'vauce. Tho,e desiring the paper before bottling. Jt is! absolutely pure and not I x
J which I did aid wa-i immediately' 2:>. I'-S.i.:: From his parents, h" !inhfritKiiKlihh. "! can have it gent to them by sending celled i'i quality by any Whi-k..y of the fame! ....
relieved and in ;-hurt time CUrf-li. H-tw to the undersigned.; no matter where pmd'uced. The loyal :StauNrN :
'
'i : ., OVER THE OCEAN. ; ed! <-rnan. French and lit i H. ;\1. RIKIIR.Care i eirhtyears old bottled .
j I. and 1 am happy toiy it ha. not when and, con-id : If!i.
1 : { -- ..inc;;returned." Why not 11'" IIi I,! brew blond] ?o that he was truly con Daily Sews its! excellent quality: i i-s the cheapen whirkt-y d I.

I I The weekly mail to ;the; I Hnslish: army liniment! and :uret well. It U for s:aI le polite., : His father, who was a professor - -- -- -- the market that price. As u beverage, and', ..-

.I.i ', i I ,', In :Smith: Africa: is LiH.tMi lettirs.person by all dru ;;'i-ts: and medicine dealers in an educational institution for an absolutely pure stimulant, there i j.* Rune belt, r
i t ii
I A in I'aris ran II''I1f'k to young, women, died early in the fifties The llannv tlnmpis C Shipped indicate in cage containing no mark.. whatv, r t
:Zefl! contents. If exainiiniu
('"IOllIf'. hut only: 1-y way of lh'rlin. I } purchaser upon
and his uajlpj
ZOY% Art 1 our fi.Io'nrn. widowremoved to Californiain the whiskey, i is not ati-flt'd with the quality I,*
1\0 which wakes the dictance about l.;Nq iOmi Dr lt'.t>M'tfi. ,ara ;us PIll"aro'allduerdls. !>&.ItIoClle
1 can
54. return the
free Add IU'iicO < .I :> taking young Bret with! !Ltr.They same at our expi-n o auolllll/ul'Y
Irs. s'.tr.in: > u luca'"rl' furnished home. Marston
.. -. ,. made the trip by way of 1'anama will be refunded.
fi I"U'"I'I' nll N!..rts !ate r'Cl'nU)' uteumade jQttina can supply you All order slniiild be accompanied; hy either
and shortly after they h.'la
in IYesqLaln! to !ill4u'C the eoun. I His Heart on the Right Side. rea an rIeaTAa1a10 currtncy po-t tofficetnneyurler.link draft: fir t'X-
I Fran isco he sit out on foot for Sonoj with all needed in the way \\', fer Fir-t NatH nal:
try 11t'\I\I\ to retain their national eustum.a. New York May --Ixamin"ri for press money order. r. t"
life insurance company: have found j ra where he taught school withoutA of house furnishings at the D Hank or any meichai.t in Pen-ac'.la.:

r For the rl'.rntl..n! of tile tombs of that John P. Stafford l. a P.rookljn lowest prices cash or credit.

f ...1 I, the ol! German: NI1I..rl'rs III the cat lie.dral schooltear her has his heart on the REVELATION. S. A. FRIEDMAN

nt IH'YI'r the H.l\lrlan: I1:1rlia- right side. The doctors declared! Stafford

If you will make inquiry it will I
I
1 meat has granted 1IiIMM) marks.
( to I* I jerfectly normal in every l It' a revelation to how
: you many ima laurels (oi S ii.E I'K IIPRurIlR. i'ES.AiILA F[..\.
l\\ AII"trla ill IIf'rf.tlll, a Ill't'l)(' of : other respect and decided to take him Hiccumb to kidney or Madde'rtroubles

'or 11t'je l'annUn. Italy's neW Held gun ha4 I as a risk. in one form or another., Again J I'lisKE I1. BOX IIH. T1:1.t'IUeNGIAtuna :
? a range; of .!.M' Y:1rd.. The wholf: If the patient !inot beyond teedcal i- '
/ nrrne.1'f aid Fi'ley"* J'ihlnf'Curl': will:I !JNeJtI II .
Russian nrI1I'r Is nuw l..in\ III Iftede the GokJ., muniMW" ,
Fence Question In Whitfield. .
} 'Witb quick tlrin w""I'"ns. cure. It never disappoints.! W. A. Award to AypRIDMAN ,_, -I handle every cLws of Liquor M,ld. ,"
Dalton. (.n., ;May 5. 'U'hitfi.-ld county II''Aluiberte, 121 S. Palafox .
i t ,. The plllu:: I.. still raging In the east street bulk or bottle! wholesale or retail at 1 rice t!. .t
will soon vote en the question of are down.AGENT .
to Bud nn extent that It causes tens of i 41 I.W.HARPERKENTUCKY way
: "f>n< f"or "no fence." Fifty citi/ens _
; tbousalnl:1: /It deaths every month In # FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER.
have appeared! before Judge Uogie. or.di'.iary (
InJln Medical science Farms to !be at I
'i a Ioi In ('iplnJ::' with this horrnr. of Whitfield: county, and flit d WHISKEY
1 'I This fipnatare! U oa hot: r Cite
every
,
A flllll'Y dress !ball was rl''lItly glvCT a petition! a'kins for an el -< tion to 1 tic laxative g.-on. WICKBStCO.
Bromo.Quininc TlL
f In llllllcll III which all the guests! I called to settle the question. f't5 a+ed.r.on ..
the rtmedy that cores a cold io one Uaj,.
.t'1i I came tln'l as mtorlou' crimlnnlq, i=eta.:!

,1 i 1I'blle tll. wlns were hung;: with 1le., Cigarmakers Strike at Chicago. GIaoa'I.'J.. Plumbep Gas and Steam
fi tun' illustrating the most famnnsl Chicago' May 5.-Two hundred\ ( !lp at. CASTORIAi. Fitter
l ; t'rlml's. The \lIre\ Is said to hater makers ployed by the Havana l ,
\ teen "pro\\J4.'uthe of much rul'rrl.o Infants and Children. Sold liy Milmi Eros.GESEIt31. .
i o .. American company struck today rater i. No. S South Palafor Rh'Aet.

I l rneut"I than accept a reduction in !pay The The Kind You Have Always BougfH All Kinds! Oi Plumbing and Uua Fitting M"-rl"t.. K 1I.'t ori Nor
.
.
t reduction ordered was from t':: to Jfi : < HJKMII': StHHUI.K I..WONtI1 Mtt; s v .
+ tI 1 f Dangerous if Nt'glected. {per thousand. according to the grade Bears the
/
d+ Burn;. cut. cud other wnnndsI of cigar matiufac turcd.Yhoo / Following i is the !-chtduIe of the
of
Cigsaturu
1 often, fail to heal: properly if governmentateatner General French
i3 IIPI.dpcttit -
I i A. : :
\ ', M.A.v
< ( b.
.I.in ; u;;:
which THE NEWS for tlben'ttt
t' tit and ICCMUC tNublt'.ome iJrb', print ;( uxy
.\ who has haJ
T t'Witt's'It11 Hazel :salve woman experiencfj You will have pride In you own of the merchitits wo'hi! ;
i pre !j this di ejse. tell how to prevent -
1 ; vents lIch c'Hl..t-tIIlPI\CI.... FeuM any dangerous con-eciuence-; owu flower ground.gardens;Your if they husband are on your their jjoojs to the various army SUCCESSOR: To AVERT I :, ,to 'I.. ...u,
can buy
M where delay hag aggravated the injury from it. She aOur three {'hili a hine. and he can do it now, although j;' posts:
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t .r'' DeWitt'" WII'h 1az.1 salve i: drew took wboopiDseou: !;h lat s-utn- he may think otherwie.i'very :. Leaves JVn.acola .- ..- ,.. *"Ma.] m. IMPORTER AND J B BER ? -
met, t t. ttflct 11 curl' "I had :1 rlluuiug' i monthold, and owing to our :ivies woman wants a home of her Loaves 1'icker.s ...u '....-' .u... aM1' a. m.
j 1 ; own, and if .he will have a talk with leavr.farranca..ii ...... k:15n.iii.LfH HARD1& ARE.
!tore o nmy leg thirty : them Chamberliin's Coiuh lt-
; I -
years say me- Thus. yes fcntncoia; lull!:, ... m.
1 C. Watson & Co. the
I H. C. Itartl.uikeetown. 111,1., | dy, they lo-t none of their plnrup- Arrives BsrrnnCHs Illu K. m. and then
1 q "After u..iug' lIl'lIlY rE-medip", 1 a led ues and came out in much better leading Real Estate Aleuts; they: maker a trip to Fort :Mcl e aDd then return -

l l'l l DI\\'iu' Witch hazel :O.ll\'f. A few health than other children who did can show her how easy it is to get (..envHarranca!! to i: rrano as.. .. J:lfi p. m.I I i' Iron, Nails; Axe, Shove !..-} <.. ,'d.t
boxes healed the ",)re." Cur" all I not u-e this remedy. Our olde-tlit- one. Leav0. PickfDl 1.:5 p. In.I' Supplies; Cookiujrand Heating Mv.. -. Pal' | .- <)iN
I .klu disease;. 1'ile" yield tu it at I''tie girl would call "lu-tily for cough I.fi vts IVn-acola ,, t:5: ; p. m. ( Window Olas", inns: PI'! ; it.,lif T ddf'
Ltavcs l'icki-DS .. .. !:15 111.rnv" .
ont'". Beware of c\IIiterf..it. II arfi syrup between whoop.-JKSSIS: ley's Kidney Cure p.
it IM +' Pharmacy, John :;heppuJI-.J. 1' I'INKEY: HALL. :Spricsville:; Ala.: makes kidneys and: bladder ri 'ht. trip\ to [.cH"Hirrfiiicftj.. and rclurn.5:-)" p.m. and mftktt';'. Agate and Tinware fold '!olls":: rltishillg (O! GOI(!*<.

I l Hey hlI: u. This remedy is for ale by all drug- On Wf-dne-d.t'sat.d,1turddtt.e'1
i l :, gist-i i and medicine di ali-r*. boat wi'I l leave 'Barraneas via-Pick- LrAOEX FUt BIRMINGHAM ItOLLINO MILL COMPANWl;

w Keep Your Bowels Strong. -- PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ens fur Peti..jcola at 6:30:: p. m. Revere Giant Htilched Jeltit..r. Northampton Emery

t ; .. ...... _... .. The General French i is for army Wheel Co., Iftin & Rand Powder Co., Johnson's Kifsomine. -
Constipation lr diarrhea when ( fJ purposes only and any outsider mn-t Iron King and Buck .St t..wa nd Ranges Wrn.
l' I t y'ollr bowels are out of order. Cas- /rsyL W. C. MONROE, have a pas from the quartermastero : Coups; & Co.'!! Raw Hide Lace Leather, Ma..urv'i

I eare' Candy Cathartic will: make TWi Signature(, on every hex cf the Renting take passage; o i her. > Made Railroad Colors.

thell."t naturalh' Genuine tablets Laxative Bromo-QuinineTahleta

fI !i stamped C. C. C :Never sold in 'the rtmedy that carte a cold la one d j. .A 1.TOR..YEr-.AT-LA TJ'ti Masonic Temple 1 Pfcnsacola. Fla.

l bulk. All druggists, I oe.IIANNER There's 1 >u of "1! money to be madein CHICHESTER'S [NGLHNlJ
real estate-lots of it. A real estate II I CURE YOURSELF I
SALVE, sign ii is usually a Sneer-board to lie xipen IVi'hacola Anti Milton-Ilxat I PILLS 91
W. rM B.eeJ rot noes!
C. !
ROWE M. D. ( lad Oily Ge.ul.e. I
the most healingsaly.lnt_ \orl..t. wealth. Thos. C. Watson & HunDaily: Fxrerr Mimlay r L.4Ie... i..o.. durhart"lunsmn..n
Co., the leaJing Kal F*tatP firm Office ITS'! S. 11 far ('III1'1".."T..W" E\M... .Ll.tl irraawu 0r Wi.ttu"t .t Nat MV
: Pela6'zloorefromrtol kF.U aM .1. anILr eA I t ( matoe.
Buy a new garden hosefrom i have some otlE'tS'hich it wouldbe } "CITY OF TAMPA. ..., ...ntra.T.l..tke.IL-r.y c:: Pua4w.odlottrtr.a.
worth while : &.m &:l:11llJ: 4p in ,p.'Rnw.d..auu..4... 1.1.. e.tca. ae.teur.ua0a.
your consider. Go I K..9 ....... .. .
'-" r..4o.
the 1 Trill ; Hardware end eethfon to-day, and don't wait sad &rt' To oci. Lv Mllton __ *u'i am L. Pen.aeola,IpmATPeueacola.l..S \ ....'e. M ""'.1.....T..odeI. aalti b DraSil V.
..
am Ar Milton! 5i till ""'- !IIU. 10 w.u __..... ... ,. !.f
to-morrow. 5.4I, tN .Ir. 4r&It
Phone JS p
Company. CO.I .14. ....
I \ J I I I Fare,tJOc; Koucl; trip,II:(*. I II I a-

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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 7,1902. t tt.

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: I I FORCED TO INHALE SEWER GAS. !I j GET YOUR SHARE. I II MUCH LIKE CROPSEY CASE. I GOLDDOST ; i iI

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Inhuman Treatment of Little Child by j Chinee, Hindu, Japanee, Disappearance of Miss Childers Is

Five Atlanta Boys. 'j Blackman, Whitman, Redman ,; Great Mystery. ))1 I

I' Atlanta slay :5-Forced by live| I all Asheville :\. C, May G.-It is believed ""L"',, the GOLD DUST twins do your work." .1 :

young! toys to breathe hewer pas and! I are busy eating away at ; ir
that Miss Cordia Childors.! theyoung I
heM by them under! slimy sewer filth I the world's food supply- .;;M f
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woman who so mysteriously .
until he swallowed some of the poison ";- 1

J is the Story little: Colin MrDougal told I! every day-three times a day. disapp 'ared from her home In Lenoir t. ,::1I

Sunday, just before he closed his eyes Every: man woman and child last week ram to Asheville. ; rf. I II' I

In eternal bU-ep. of the inhuman The case is creating the greatest in- t; I ::1
treatment .II
.. '
I is entitled to a share. : : I'.
that caused his death I terest. It is somewhat similar to the x ,I I'I

Cropsey affair at Elizabeth City. 1 ',
Colin McDougal was the 6- '(arold .\re. you getting yours ? I iI
i I Ii I The girl has not been seen since she tT I '
son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. MeI Does it d<' good ? J!I 1 1I 1
i you j I parted from her escort William Full- I
I Dou!!:al, who resided at the corner of t I I
II If wood, last Wednesday nl ht. Search- : I
flesh
?
not are losing
1THE Little and WooiUon streets. The child : you :
I ]ling parties have scoured the country .- II
| died Sunday and it has developed that and need Scott's Emulsion. 1' I ta
in d
direction and have '
every ponds '
"
THIEF OF BEAUTY : his death.. was due to abuse and torture Much rich food -in little spaces I; been dragged, but all to no avail. i C'01.d .\. -, I II
lnfii ted on him by five older bojs. I ..\fy/ I ,
Ii
I | The search: Is being .
by principally
Captured conducted -
,
Is
-with medicine / I II
The father of the dead child! ha strengthening r ,
i\radfu.hl's Regulator by Fullwood. He has been I I

-' u..11I<11 .tre aw aVin; been conducting a rigid in\'l stigation I : -that's Scotts Emulsion: here and searched the city through.; -- -
Into the terrible affair and will\ !yW.ARt of I I
probay
.' -
'l: rnnilmm hi
C. : [It He liars he will not give up until he .1 J
1-teed 0 f glowm,! I !,! plate the matter in the hands of I provides an easy way to get finds the girl's whereabouts.:: Chil s in1ia! >lorts'' JI I r

: l".I' the tttlUlcv \ I the police today to let the law take its ; properly fed.: 1 1rKTNING.POWDIROT z
ders is of good family and is 23
.' iVen their place."in. years I
course. The boys implicated all reside! ,
fetlinr! WeVti I When disease, weakness, : old i I i
in
the immediate
neighborhood and
!% n<> life- to entei : I !
|\il..I isureirritable. :I the news of the hon !I.le death of the or worry cause: loss of flesh I I
I Covered be Ground. :
'
< '. J.t"IIt.ral lisjnnti11 child and their complicity will; create '
take Scott's Emulsion. It
.. i-* ., cold frit "11t"r' I a profound sensation. : "Pe sheriff only had me oue time In I// P, I I I }
.S.I\ tlll'C my life" said the colored wittier p-yy 1 A :
bvmpttnta : i feeds and till I t
:strengthens one
1 weakened "I1s. i' The immediate lause of the death. .: ".\IIt.l what: did he do with you then?" I I

ti-.low! tlte vt-ak I of little Colin was it is said se\ve saran: eat anything and enjoy it. "Ho didn't do nuthm' wid me. sub. I _____ ___ __ i, '' I I ,

!f' in.tie:i I'ViM a1! gas poisoning. According to statements \1 outrun him"Atlanta Consttution.t '.

., .1: .,.. '.t\c your I I he was forced to go into the[: It restores the flesh: of young Slave if you will, but if you perfer to make
\ t ik'ntf\ ) I
; mouth of the: big Connally street sea : and old. hilritRlile.NobbsScrlbblts housework easy, useGOLD '

P XDFIELB'S J. ; Las had a book .
published
er about three blocks from his home
.1 i :; ; : Sen I f i- Free Siir-'e.! 1 i

t Regulator" wa beaten with rocks or borne othnweapon :' sC, < >'n i. I'M' .u \I., '.!Letuuta, 4 i Preset: St., N. Y. Numskull DUST .; '
-Suppose Le has; 1 don'tthink
n ::1... 'nvnl.it"1',I was then forced under th __ hold i I I :
you ought to that against
!
'. ,, filthy water and held there t. '
ur.til he
'I'.I'I" : \ :
him.-Ohio State Journal. It makes home brighter and care lighter. I
: !':i 'Mr*:.itl.iil ]Lad all'lwt.oj} some<< of the deadly poi- Selrnec. I

., .' .' i I. I l'i: n.t\: "'II and was afterwards; ridl!! n on a "What's: the purpose of bacteriology, WILL CURE CONSTIPATION.A. Made only by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY. ;

1!..z"Mil arc C III r the!hook tti rail: in the foul s-ewer. He was then' anyway?" A. Herren Find, Ark., wrltp.1"Foley's Chieazs.: New York. Boston St. Louis.-Makers SOAP. i iI

I..r NX omen." fne. j I allowt-d to go. but wa threatened with : \\eli. it reduces worrying; to a posi- Honey and Tar is thebpt I

..lUOR ATLANTA.GA. : i ii death b>' his assailants: if he informed tie science, for one thing.; "-Life. preparation Inns trouble for I coughs know ,that colds: it and has ,I 1,

'
i on them. : cured in the firHplaces.
consumption
DR. MORkETY'i Cures Cholera-lofanlum i
i i ;
I The SerTr.CboIIy ,
W. A. D'Akmberte 121
'It II" IF1.IY.
( I ,
Uiarrhou.Dvitntery.
I inke-thismethod: Meeting Ends In Free Fight. : N Palafox street.Foey's A .. I .. c the Bowel troubles of i I ,' t
..
.
r it-rvices aa Vienna. May 5.-The congress of the ;, Honey Tarofchildren.safe.sure. : WlU"Mph Children! of Any Age. ,'
...1 I midwife, hav- and Aids Digestion. Regulates
r.f'l1nar. IVoples\ party held here jes j jt.nlay ;.. BABifs
A'o opiates. !
{ the Boweli
:t-ars experience. I VI" Strengthen
wag broken by the1 :
evenng; up AS I.l
referencefrom \ '" the Child! *nd Makei I!
<.> of thU city. f.111"I'S of Herr S.luMnour. Pan : Costs Only 25 cents at Druggists, TEETHING EASY. i

>.-. :M. flmi>.:xM, \ Gernlin. who immediately after llerr iPOL1T1CLANNOUNCE1ENTS _. 4; Or mill s.i: emu to C. J. MOFFETT. M. D.. ST. LOUIS MO.FLOat7Cr..sC '
*
,aril. Jfo\'illiH+ i4t. I 1 Wolff. the Pan-flernun leader, com. .1l a ya I ,, ?-;er,2'm.1-Irnl, Tret Instil by our family physician In Charlrtlon. to B'. TtETHIXA '' I l
.
"ii our baby r b,"a he tai but a very yuan infant a? a prewniire! of endm.nJ to arm an 1 trKtra th itomai n.
raemyl. the opecir.a! address on the Later it *as u'etul in t.'rtbiiu troubles, an,1 us SKI bu bwn t mod to be loterf UniBcal and tairue from din.'pH
;c:::::. -----::: Aware nasrgnrnt.wm" the ace of rtroira anJ mthinj. sirups that.. have ciime t"r. .rd It..fvr gee ath law*
platlnrm.Jelt..d\ him with lumps of : ::,dreg afront the n..v..Ut ttllfn thore l*anew baby in thebon gad anal thtv"l"n tr".blr. are OT '. .nj '
:: .BLiCITY FOR I or,' tike pleasure ia rft jaimcnlite utaour vain U m'trii 1 of the h".?\': uif |"..".o...n, j>< pie u.* t1 keP tr.i! r
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siiRar and paper: balls. .\ free fight' 3.b, quet. 1r.tttrwELLy1.AFa.4!: nx...ilyu/Ti.eean.tWo.! I. Tm.I.""" ,:erj '

} !h 'tween the different fa tions ', :;;/
.a:-u' 1 ---- "-y- -
THE PEOPLE. ;; 1 I -- -- --
all! Ih.! police\ with mGiculty! cleared 1- For State Senator, I I ll f

the hall I The friends of Hon W. A. Hlounthereby '
v* u J Loits on a Cent I'i
announce him a' a candidate I I I !
.I iccry: "her Is Head ScMey at Chattanooga. for htate; .Senator from this the see!

Ih t\\rhoI; ) ('Las Innollga. :Ma3: .-Admiral and ond Senator'al District i and respectfully : t Il1IVLJiJE" l
a-k the! of all Democrat I 'dI
:: support -
:;)O(; MrSihlfy spent today at Chrka- I 11
e for nun at the comic; primary ,
-Iu-I.\ '10 1.INU. ,,, !hil'I'\ Park accompanied! bj General 'I t

. ... II \'. lio.vnton! and! .;tll(>l's. A ronp For Representatne. I I
\ l'i l L1,11I ''II111I1.b'll.l! furiiii ; IJ) I'I H'
I V1
i ...K i u.d .:i kluil-i of pf- non was tendered theft at night at The friend* of :Scott :M. Loftin take :

S r"rin. ...._> .Mrictr-,1 th: Sianton house. They will leave this meinof announcing him as a .. I :

,. !t. A..". |JI> I" .\. A. Ms'atT! ; for U'asbmiitou tor.lght. candidate for Kepre-entative. in the I I .' ,
t -I' .I.
I
,. ,- Legislature from E-cambia county '. .. 4I '
I :\,. "'. ,
iion iuiprod real .-.- and they desire the support of all .
'. -niall antuanttat low !' Martin Suggested for Governor. Democrats in the coiriu{ primary. ; w I FashionableModels II f
a'l i on L-.ll* t:. Hrooki. I IS uttnlioro.:; Ala. :Maylion: \ William I \ i: :
|*..:alllit.: ., t Klhrrttmlm For Representative.The ,
. L. ::Martin of Montgomery, was Perfect Fit Newest

: Stottslioro, sovrral days this week. i,. friends of Henry C. Clopton I jl il\

H> you fId money ; :.1 is rumored that he is beini urgedto Me anther served announce him as a candidate for 'i I Colors All Lengths i'1 1I
ly amount you "ant in ti Lie representative in the Legislature ,

t ",i improved and loit arty rater real : make the rate for gOH'l'nllr. Mr. | army jou know. from Fsoambii county, and request t ; I

..r, *! MoutSi! ?&\\- :Martin is quite popular in Jackson: I Helen \ou don't say! IMd he serrations re the :'lIl'port of all democrats in the I \ Superb Finish F"I

luttMONKV his lotmer home rour.!)'. i I drinks or newspapers? coming democratic Drlnury., I .
R .RK"W --- ---- "- ; pore fang' pattethoaks) a sty! !, fore;t'y fgur.: '
.. For Representative.The J.

buy our or properly h.lt real pro.ffcHIIT Hobson to Seek a Toga.:;) ', Emlirnrlnur, a Good Deal.SheOh friends of J. T. FiIlln im. of

'. d .crlptioii. hat Ltirmit.uhain.., May 5.-A special you treasure! hint springs: announce him as a I \ Royal Worcester r
ir tat" ,1I..QI..d to, 'I, ,
"H C. 'A'ttiaao .t to.nc from Gr"t"n5horn.? the home ot He-No. dear; I'm the treasury; j i i candidate for the lejri-Iiture; sub end t

ag.au I'"n-- Captain Richmond: P. IIob 'on, hold the treasure Detroit Free Pres. ject to the democratic primaries of 1 I
: says
.11 .l.r.tt Tomrvon* July 1::, and ak for him the ;;u1'J -
i. wo will loud nioary that ->n his rt.t l'o'IJ'I.t from the navy Bon Too Corsets t
biMat- +A-tf Curps Cancer Blood Poison Eatmc J port of all democrat .
Captain Hobson will! ani.ouucc his tan Sores Ulcers Costs Nothing to Try.' ffU'i j

Itt. ilu'aiy for the atate aenate. For Representative. ; STRAIGHT FI ONT
1 nl. Blood |poison and deadly cancel: / :
The friends of Cha.1L Co-ton '
announce
TRAVELING IS DANGEROUS.C are the wort and mo t deep-Eeat eel :
fJrnl'/I.,1 rams Htftitll him aa cai.did: *, f<.r rep- I ) .l';:._" 'i.I \ "(\ A' n s.. .Ie.
'
-.t. ,taut motiou jar; the kulneyiwhicb blood dieaeon earth yft tli e re'entutivp in tl ho (: -ldiure fr.im ; 1iJ'! ) ) .\ !

I 1.1.1' \\ .S-'I.1 : U. are kept m place in the body ea"ie-t tu cure v Lei' iiut.inic 15ooc! 1 K-cambn: county. and tt,-.y ;a-k theUI'r.'I.t ) l\-) ;_9 ROYAL WORCESTER

.... by delicate att.icliinei.tThi-. isII'IH 1 jlm i- u-nl. It :you have I bloo of all demteattut > co mi- ) ,
'" i-.tn bar >rr rrad... rI-:\-on bat traveler*, tnuuinen, ill: ,primary.i'f ,) > tESTER.
i rtHuii-l. top""lal -tree car men, tpainterund all! poi-ol\, producing ulcer,. hone pain*, L KS&CORSET; CO Mm. CltlE
Mar I ltb. p..lllo'a pnnplp-. mucuous patches! falls For County Treasurer. "' LL'L I
wli-idme ti1Tir!
\ n' inuc-lj from
,1 .r i it. Mebalar.blp. .
.. I I.-trunAt.rUU'.', kidney di-t-i-e: in -nine f' rm. Fo-| hair, itclduc; -k In. .croflllt. old rheu: 1 nnuounce my-tlf a candid! 1 ht(. for .
[ mati ln..r mf..uivt form of cat urh.
Brht < ul -- i
l h.y'- Kidney Cute -treu 'tlien- the renomination for the! po-ili"l1 of I I ,
btItf! [ -can' andtale", deadly cancer: eat
and curtall formof kidney
.. kidney counttrea: urer of K-cambu c<>un- -i- j ,
,
--- and (bUpdiiif"1, fctfrmjore:;; <, well 1- 1
\ Ml \S illll I'. l. bladder di-ea-e. lien. II. tyubject to the action of tile deuioe -
in:?*, lumppnritent i wart nr So! I
Linui
'. -_ iIau-.an.locuulntiveeueifeer. take I KM! Jtlood Balm (1 1 li. I':. cratic i'rnnarv. tE
( :line > '
-I I ", : ) write*, Cuntantibr.itinn o f J. FRATEIl.
', .. n,1.1 par the It will CHIP even the worst cIt-e aft rr =GOLAYa- CHOICEST if
dtPe deal I
i .m \ engine CUa-eel me a Cesar; I
ui'i'fU of trouble with Itrot everything el-f fail. J'.. 1,1 IJ.: drain: For Tax Assessor.
my kidueyand .
--- i' no reliEf until I aged Foley'sKidney the i porno out of the y-tem and t lie I hereby Grist and Corn Meal Mills -OfAT- H
.mi .1. announce iuy-elf a* n

: Cure." 'V. A. D'Alemberte, the blood blood, then pure e'vryore'heal and rich, and-, inakiiu build'* eandid'ue for reelection a* Tax .\- 1H. F. GONZALEZ 4 CO. Prop i f FRUITS AND CONFECTIONERY !

H I- '.t fur :tinPII1. 121: S. I'alafux nreet. -ef-or; for E;,cambia county, i-ubjtct [ r ; "
ink;; up the brok'-n-do\Mi body. J:,,4l, :
N 'nut l'lla.mlw l -------- to the action of the democratic ManuiacU.rerCHO1'B1FL1L.S1tPtt1-
tattle ni'.o.j Balm i H. It IJ..> thorou'hly pnmaryjulvlo. .
THE FASHIONS. ; G1tOl'tilITOCI .1
tested for 30 yearDruj
'w, 't 'J ia.1\ _lib !' -tore I l,..ttle. Trid i W. UMillHARLS. : : t'trn I
:- > per large s""
d i.in', ,1. $ .11" oriental: I !lnri.5 -- --- 1 C.
.. are especially wellnd Patronize home !nda-'ry for there ii APOSTLE'S
:
treatment free Rln: "d
-01 11 .1-I unI. f by writing i c----: l I
"If :ipti ii! to the present fctyle of but: Balm Co.tlanta, pia, Descnhi For Tax ec ,! every ri>Hon you -bould. buy your drat ant I
|I I tock Fred foOlll1. Ht Mftaufactu.-tr
hereby alln'JunctIllvl: ( >mr
YI. pIN II 1'1:' IIi t;. trouble and free medical adv ice candidate for rt.fl..ct'oll' a": Tax aa Collector 1 for by 'odoirg! you encouiaetloine Indnn- HEaslCtraiiHtl'S St.! I ,
I n...1 I 1z.- III Sk" it>- tad iijiire anuents of accor- .;iven until cured. ]:. 1 IJ. It] does not for try. Your moneu I..flill the commnolt ,
., EacambiM: county subject and you In tail are ind.rrotly henxfited
.''''.\''I'. '.! II.hl d! | t'Sui: !'ik are among the sprithutLt G contain mineral polon or nircurj.' t'. tIe: action of tie democratic pn- In fostering the borne inanulncturyr yot 1. F.-ritiMly: Cordova Hiuurai.thtatnj: ..

II, .: r .N. {jay!! !?o many advi ti-r ad remedies!'' mart July lj"I oontrlbntH to the cau-pol labor. Yon out OM. oar-l.Md ?f I'lneappl.- ,
gl 1
;i but i- composed of Pure Botanic l It to thccommjnuy In whleb yen live .&Ci i5 '
.\ t. li.t- I Ii::.en ('Iar:: to be worn with 1 A. H 1)\1) I MM rlIe.: i which! contrtbate-Orrin; -upport t" :! Iii ,. I'r
-- I '. sredients. Over at KKjte-timoni il- I)f ; !
-'. : \\ .. Ml'.iti l Mat" the buck and cures by taking Rotutuc Blood Kalmrfn. r

r1 1fl r, : I :a i'I; t.sh.:: with n point at i r n. B. 'I' I .\

I ores .l i L.. !i-i. t

I (11.". ." I'.' i. : .: iii fur red hats has !led toi hlplint "U I'II.l", "uI.hlnl':.
.-1:11 :Mr ,! ; ; : d h..i F.
lai'idnl' Kip's| to EBrawnersoneapiicu
i :. f'n! 'i of (the bl.iokiil with ,. Cash House
pr",,, .' a i "I.i -! i t< .1'.w :. \\ i .i ..1p< 'l, .".'
.. i .1 I LI 1' ijihu.. The ilgiin-s are .
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TSio! \\ ci :\ 1-,01: l''t l nit rt'I.u' .t :i ,t.'
t rn 1'1 (...w ales! l-rlHaiit! in color. 1
'. r.. 1 I' whdl: "? ad'Li! i..t,1, nt ail 'i>"i.?' .. -
'J'! : IL n.rids. ot fancy silk braid
:If to use of the jni--] <'r of 1..i.:; !i- it's il I n; ij T SCBIP
-- .MM. ii': li'or: at internals and fast aE\8 T ln
,, lies; Te! t.U: ,r,1\. .d'l'."._-rd WilL my ES ,
.. :" 'I.b". i ,1 i :.r; : :., Irmit wilt a small hackle i iII i . l r&r Iz l tit:1: 111
Paltlos "I"p"! t of ti:.<' c'l-s \>'i>ril\ HIM! lblswear" ., .
I j
I.. d.t.IY! and f;liiuuable! belt
,'armt fur a tiies; of war s-kitcLi.- (N
( M I'.tjn: jackets are among I i itl HH'yardDrr' '-- :>wi, --..., w.rtt, ti .M I dez''I. .
; L
.. o' mpyI bo\Ot and in due titno l'l'u'' Ifs were set: to the ; i-n 1.-1 T.n'l! ni 1 ; i- t ? M' di.. tied 1
I.,. : ,.. ; : spring outer yard, il) yard fur ,." 'tt itt-. \- 24-mcb (;ottun
kJ' "" 1)"lItf s popu.ur. garj I I atilhur. Now, oin.of the editorial eHW'I tL ;; l' :.t-. tours fu incent IIJti""' I. ', .yards III
u.HU'ih..> are made of relict, silk, i' -. .. a I'lece worth
standing orders of the in .jl:, b"I' t 11.1- ..al. I;
I I : \ ; pajt-r yurston luoO yard DIP-- D.tnrj-. w"rtb I. 4
i-loili or any' u.aterial the wearer may :, i is, "Pnrasraph) ail!! matter freely" j' :c, 10 yatds for 41: ceiu-. Into Bny"- ;d.d r ML'rnllar: 1 .
yrl! drz*u Ladies' I
r. I II :! 'HNS rangy. Fan JJUcfe. I i
I!
Foil
which transited (1'1.1mt'UlS mak broken biz" do'e!
"
I I. uut dt each. !' I
amlHo
.1HI, A lace :-100! yard. bleached yard wide! I)0- : -e. reguhr |IIIC good.
M t. > '.> .f n-'M-lty cape Is elbow lenptht! : ns many p.irap'aiths! as possible even If ; fur tinae .
.lutlt. aiid unite of white applique lace o\-er''t dense or appropriateness has to be dis mtsticluvan-. 4Jceut 200 LadifMadra'! and White2uu0.7ardonbleacbed Ii'iC a pair ; 4 pair forffCt I

h black ttneta. It Is bordered with a 1: regarded. In acc'Jrdnnt.'C with tins institution \ yea I"l.1nIje.\;\ .! worth Ise and ql. to close at (1- .I I'abts '
ylr.auhtctaroIidi. .
Iw
HMI. toile filk ruffle and bas a high ruff collar. :. the fair symmetry of Kip yard wide Dome-tic, lo yards for 45 I Ho-e>,dozen in Men's Seamier; Hair I

.h W. Uo..romeat The front is finished with long black illI;;' paragraphs; was so ruthlesslj cent. 50* pairs Lace Curtains 2' ; yard ;;, fie a pair. brown, red and black, for

and white satin strl'nmt'rs.ew York :i, "brokm up" as to draw from binlwht'li :..IUO'aJ'd Embroideries I Il.n! ;;' regular; 75C; Socd": close at !t'
r Pant' tal.. tribune.rd 1 the this ; regular :, i I. dozen liens French i
retnrnins:; proof slips Dropped.
T'j tot .,c; Iv jyardsfor4jcent <
price I Mitched! Under
M1 I- ".\1.1'4 furnls i Shirts worth Ilk _
0 caustic cuiiiniint: "I congratulate; ytu 25 dozen Large Turkish Bath Tow. close tot
:
at 2.e 2
each.
aI.r.C1auldwlRae wtt lo n'rnryIIt1" No Ioi-of limp, 1!, on the paragraphing! : of these slips It Yeses yudDres: Pique and Ducks, ol,, worth *2, will close atI 2y. t: Drawers to match.

"!\ I haveold Chamberlila'-. is worthy of a uurseglrl's novelette. 'wort I 1 10 I and 12''4c. Ivard'. for S5 < *> dozen ?. ? "OJ ) dozen 1fn'8 C' I'I i
\ -inch leached each.J '
Lace raw
I I.t.1, .-\ I :U.... Cbolera and I>iarrh ... Ip.IRneIred and would rather be out of I t I
t years, lOOu yard Dress Cross Bar, worth I It
,fnr ou.toii.r', coffee and suzar than it. I *old five WHAT IS FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE ? S' ,c. 10 yard for a') cent. w dozen 25X1 inct Towels. re2'2 dozen Ladle Black and Colored ;I 't,
,, I
LM 0"I Ur"jor,. Lotties of it yesterday to threshers I It is made from a prescription alas We good, for this ale, tIoc ;; Silk 1'affHta Waists! ,
:tol could no farther and 25 dozen Ladies' Bleached Vest.idozea I j f:>.ijI) to close
that RO they 1 of a leading; Chicago physician ; ;, i at *: r) sacs i

Law School. are at work again this mornin;?.- and one of the most eminent with tape in neck, 6 vests for 25'', to yards White Batiste Lawn, I, This sale.wilt
H. U. PHELPS, Plymouth, Oklahoma. lira the The ingredients cent3' ; quality. 10 positively not run
I country. i yard? for Kc. for longer than 10
I i one
I' week I'
will the abovethe
'n OF VIRGINIA.i : As be seen by are the purest that money can bay, ,

w.1 Humuir. July threshers; were able to keep on and are scientifically combined to

lIy II.., Laa Faculty, with their work without losing a get their utmost value. W. A. F. E. BRAWNER'S

..I rt.t randldlll'_ !ill! bUfO* for lucked the single day's time. You should keep D'Alemberte. 1-1 S. Palafox street. ONE-PRICE CASH HOUSE
of in home. rYio
Forcatahoair.dtt.ry a bottle this remedy your
For sale by all druggists and medi ryuy-BalMun Keller! Bight A wajtaA t,
l j) ;; SOUTH
I PALAFOX
l l.rlutlrI We, h. cine dealer: make.ipeedj end otcoofihs sad coW*, I STREET. @ ii g

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S THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA FLORIDA WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 1902


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r' II; :: SERIOUS CHARGE ,F JIIIIaaaa:: :: :: :: ;-::,! N. B. SAYNOR [REVOLT FEARED &&lStron est t io the \H'-' ;


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; NOT PROVEN 1 Politics and = 1 HOME AGAIN The .:: \lIlu.al..I&I4'_"


I i i11AI l INJPORTUCAL tndlnc I ft..mh-, ;tlaHE
CtUrcd at ife. I'ott Office all'enuro.a.: I
IT*,,*coi.d-clkM matter.orriCK : <4i j I j H. B. Saynor, the urbane clerk at
i 1fi S am LEe colored was tried before I jjj roliticians
} ij I! Hotel Escambia, returned yesterday I
$ I-I'IU'. Building alit South Mayor Jones this morning on a i Special to The ti e. .. 1 [ f0UllRBlfIFE ( l[

\ raAalol nrnt op'uun. L afternoon from Calera. Ala., where
tq charge of interring the remains of a ,*! S'Mla London May 6.-A dispatch to t 1|'

4 'bt :J ,. "':gy he had gone several day previous sews agency from Madrid says that I -
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THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. stillborn! infant without having obtained 'L A88U1CE! [ I
I oc tlt{
a proper burial permit to do'I Hope springs eternal in the candi- to( attend business matters. advices received there from Portugal '
I. B. HILTON. Managing Editor Mr. had indicate there it! danger of an &('tual'
i While in Calera, Saynor
date's breast
nothing discourages ;
so. He was discharged, although ; I A
I' i' revolution in that ( uLtrl CcLslJr- ssets t
Business Manager.Mi
W. M. BALL
iy entirely divergent/
two experiences :
,,I the mayor said he was technically him. Standing OB the pinacle of lie appretecsion it Mt in official Ke"erve end It' rt f

Terms: Invarubly in Advance- guilty of a violation of the law. !i I ambition's mount, ensconsced in the I from: one another. Sunday afternoon quarters a; to the attitude of the Portuguese met .

oaf 1 ..ar bJ M a.1 ... _t... \1; The warrant against Lee was i!I vapors and mists of political powers '! he attended a public baptismal troops. The SUth Infantry Burpln ''from Wt'I' i ,

1.11 MOCUI :J50 to be won, he forgets last sea ;ceremony when five converts were stationed at Oporto has! been disarmed dend* arc paid
.. made W. C. Jones clerk yet
10 city ,
.t t 0. U k.by rarrlrr.l'aablto Mbbday by and disbanded for fear the soldier:
.
of I eon's crushing blows and in dreams j i'immersed in a creek. At this religions Paid PoUer .
who has charge issuing permits ;, would join the rioters. to -hold.rItvl.
U..ff"f fattt F M/,"ed on Application of illusory he unwittingly plans i' function he led the singing. . ." 1
that who did not give such a paper j. hope ; The military and taval offirers! are

TElEPHONE NO. 118.PEIB1COLA ''to Lee. greater defeats-poor Fred The next day, at the same place, advocating ttat King Charles establish New Insurance Io It* I

Total Insurance III f..r,',
he witnessed a "man hunt. A negro i a dictatorehip.!
Justice Wolfe\ was a city witness.1.1I |i in'' m Dec. 31, 1\11'1 1
MAY 7, 1902.'H'' There are a lot of fine fellows had stolen a pistol and when
said that Friday he was notl- Notwlth'tandlnj!
Mystery Surround Girl's Death. I :
Pensacola who make big money bet 1 II pointed out to the police he resisted cia! strength of the .s, ,
stillborn child
fled that
a was on New
York May Considerable
,- THE day will ere Ions come when : I'I ting on elections every year. I have I j arrest and fired on the officers. This greater security w'! .
PrLMCoU water-front property will 1 North> Tarragona street. In the ca1 mystery surrounds rte: sudden death holder thereby n/-v'

', often wondered how they got such excited a crowd of white men and i at Green Poitt. L. I.. of Miss Marlanla! are LOW nd'it /KAN
F t>e better than a gold mine. piTHI :.city of coroner, he went to the
I straight tip, and it was only a few they chased the negro into the hills, t'i 'F. Mason at the home of her fatter ter than given by ie' .
house designated to view the remains '
# i* warm weather for a political nights ago that I caught on. |i where they "lost" him. Mr. Saynor 'the Rev. John Mason pastor of tie r

campii, but then the defeard ,. | but wten he reached there Orchard Primitive Methodist church,
t said he took in the hunt but
t, candidate* will have all winter o he< was informed the child had beenl Everybody knows that all pol-'J' part ;in Oakland street. A coroner's j-bjki- KNOWLESrneral HUO\

t vt l lIt 'l I t his friends said the only thing he ,clan who
co performed
i !; burled. As I is was against the law to' itician and everyone in any way interested an autopsy blIP
I I hunted was a hiding place. i iI signed ft certificate stating that death (> \j1S. >.
1A1H.u are like politician*- Issue a permit without a death cero in politics drift into Reilly's
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was caused by an Irritant poison. He
4t h...rty, cordial and sincere ju-t s tiflcate from the coroner or doctor,> to talk and to hear others talk. I ONE WOMAN'S SUCCESS. 'addd positively that the young woman icy Paldllx1 I: '.

lout a+ their individual, interests drt 0
Ju-tice Wolfe thought the proceed- is alway someone there to died; from the effects of a corrosive -
not cU.l>. Hun She Made Load :Moser' With
rt ing a strange one and called upon 1 ask leading question and it does not Her Hurl of lieu.. agent, possibly carbolic. acid taken

1' J'..,.. 'I itu B" hould read upon the city clerk to see how about it. take; long to size up where each one : At a recent farmers institute at ,fitter by mistake or intentionally! but Pensacola

is lit bitter blazit; hut mUlJlcl: alcau11'41tll The clerk could remember of having r stands< on each i i-sue of the day and Avooa, N". Y., Mrs. HHmorr! Hillins.: .*, a this opinion is cot accepted ly l tLegirl's

,1 now' on at Tampa and i form woman read the following relatives.
i-sued no permit to such a person, nand what candidate. column he ito pajt-r AN
4 J.*ru how to Jon t. (on how" she cartel 1 fur her fowls and 1 the

I Lee was arrested on the above be counted. profit the n-ui/iJ from tli" ui the past Historic Bell Stolen.
h
>'iiKof the ladles at the meeting Chicago, 6. A
charge.; year: May hi torir teJI!!

at 1411- Anklet will have to literally It developed befure the trial wa5fioi.hej t These successful f lingers stand "1 have had some experience with which was ta.-t at ?t. PtterclmrK! and BeefTrllst

.' LoU, their ha&don their mouth to poultry! as I tone had the curt1 of a :sent to Chicago as a ctoif Ross' .an exhibit .
:around and tike mental of
from dicuin the color that, duringthe ab-ence ,, census C'x'k! of hen
$ keep < quetlOB. -- fur the last ttvebtyp jear>. for the world's fair hasbeen

of the city clerk, a burial permitIud the drift. They carefully size u i with jrooil suM'ess. \\'"' keep about :''ishens. i stolen frcJm the rear of St. Vladimir! s" .

the situation make close calculation ': I raise true 1'01 f :.'.0' rhirkeii
been i fiewed by City: Tax Cut: { Russian church. It was valued at !5'\t1.>
\Vii ii the Ice tru-t the beef tru-t. (0\I'ry year, Latibins anil rai-ms thou
lector Oertin., an:1 1 this rettled the of the percentage for each candidate, weighed W< pounds! and in two months
tr.* bread triut and the butter tru.t with hfn. :11 1w:" of rind fur tht" |

-1 1.1 we haven't luucii left tu live on but- matter. then they are ready to offer wagers cuUkens i* this; : I do not fct-d then was to have been placed! in tit l'flfry' .Baby !

; I of a new church which St Vladmir . .
may the I*"rd in ike u- truly thank- -- --- -- j[ un\tiling until thy are twenty four r>r I ii

fat fur..11 e *re about to receive" kindly lake suttee that Ely's! This year they are betting heavy thirty-six Louis! old and then feed them congregation is erecting. It was pre I

bread soaked In water for jil-ont seated to the church by the The good ie J I' ,
t k Liquid Cream 15 tint i- of great bens- that General W. B. Lamar-the man a Russian pe Txfc.in.iijy fnet.il> of Editor Walter 1 1lit to tho-e 'utferers from u quit eating meat .1' I
Graham here will I be pleased to catarrh who cannot inhale freely who ha* never been defeated: any'! a jobnnycake anti soak that and feel with pictures cf Saints and qll fatiur.!

,t., but must trea't office-will Escambia r'' 11timt'I' a day until they Ire about plenty of deliciou-;,-
knew teat he will a>-ume editorialbd hElm rlvEebp carry county from scripture.: i
sprayingLiquid the wevks old. Then I feed wheat fins and Cakes: .
I j : bu-li '-* management of the Cream Balm differs in form but not by a safe plurality, which will count j I'rl't'nino or w'hole: b-at. n.---

I I>rrot i County News at Arcadia1hyl& tnEedt'lnallfrom: the Cream Bilm always :glv- Colorado Supreme Court Decision. with
in his election when
added
big In
to t ? them plenty of fresh water o.rF"'foE't
I ) and that he purpose* enlarging that stood for years at the head ofremedies I Denier. May C.-The ('<.!ur&io supremc '
mlk!!
1 fur catarrh. It be the pluralities in other counties in t to drink. In caring for'
and otberwi-e theV. may court has: upheld the city .
improving them In ( .rc.inanre '
that
the I loss I .BUFFALO.
used in any na?al atomizer. Thefrice tray from sick
the district. ..
13 rll'tr. including a spraying tube. i iTu I.. I nes 1 very shall l Sometimes tLe'' of Denver for the regulation ol ..

ct?. Sold bydruiriri-ts and mailed i i crows or hawks will catch some of lueniotns. The detiMoi.: mers- i

\ W. .\81U.wllo was here by Ely Brothers. W Warren M., New :I' One of the boys let me in on his I them."My. that of the district! court pnen M BAKING POWDER.

I daring the meeting of the FloridaPrrf \ ork. --- --- private census figures last night. way of caring for the Lens is: Judge Paa.er.! who told that wonun'i f i -
A....ocution and midf..o. man 1 lu the winter I furl fetid
a haw
In one crowd at Reilly's one night : warm e erymoruluc the same right to enter "ILtroua Ke sure and u ., friend by t lii- Denial manner a I PHIL E. HANNAH I nl bran with Mime meat fmli 1 :. or saloons] that men haHTLt'
' '
; charming MQIHII, hay re-i i4ntd made up of men of all factions a i i mivexl with it. either JesiccateU fi"h c>.rI"JiI..1 court holds that injury to public! mot The "Baby"1g the '

tredttur..f the (iame-ville New* careful yen-us showed, out of a total 1 1 l hlt'f and bone using Men parts rahiy would <'::0. Watch n, wJ
result if
WILL WED TO-DAY I of bran t of the WOLf were per
one meat feed. uixe! l
; and will
r turn to hi- home m Michigan. I of fourteen that there were among i with hot water and fed w bile warm. At netted to frecjuect wittrcoms; unretruled. -

---- that number twelve avowed La- i ii'MMi feed [ .
n. ___ j I torn or wheat and If they A.A..A.A. u o.AA 1

1 PhLam di-puche* "ay the Lewl'6lc Mr. Philip K.; Hannah younh'et;; 'mar men. Another night, m a' iieeu mure reed com again at nijrlit.! <<
Always have box with li>il
oxoterfLells
and iulf
,-o railwayytem, son of Mr. T.'nllas: Hannah and a crowd of twelve there were, eleven wheie they can pet them when formed by linking the L. A: N. and '1 )
Motion 1 Prominent youn! druI; -t of this Lamar ifcen. This same cen-us' they want them and pi\e them all the DYSPEPSIATo <<<
.
ytetfltogether, i i" ?oinh' to fresh water that Base Ball
tt 'taker hay made they want. Two or
city I left heie a careful canvass of
Monday night for
I "lit" "lIr ou the Illiuoi- Central. If three times a week I fee some T.epetahie cutter from Dypep-ia means < >

}'(idriit Fi.ti "I.httl checkmatethe Harrold-burg, Ky., where at 1 !the stores and cilices and the information (IMM!. rablia.'o or ajijtles! if we have that your stomach: H too weak to < Tennis Rackets,

? LI-,. coii.biue.! him build into o'clock this afternoon he was ruari he ha,, gleaned has induced them or iiotato imrliux; We keep mr properly diet the food taken
t Len shut in .. into It. What need is Hos- 1
in
hLgcala.rAtMr.r'erettry > the you
winter uule It is
i tied to Mirs Nevil! Davis, a belle of !him to bet on Lamar, whenever he s TE1TF. 'S STOMACH nITTE Tennis Balls
very warm. I >on't forset that you S.
".f the NavyM that city. 'can find a taker ; but the bet takers inu have a warm dry place fur them. the best medicine in the worldto 4
cure D\".spErsiA, Golf k Golf
;Hily, ttr-t "pare time you have, | sirs and :Mr*. Hannah are expected | ;along that line are not numerouI t "In the summer they run where they TIOI.Ns.iMMA. NEKVOt'SNESA.MI IM>KKS-! Supplies, I

take a run down to Pen->acola and jileas<>. with the exception of the gar : s t
MALKIKE
to arrive here tomorrow at 4 o'clock S-TKE TO
t will .!h 'w you a magnificent harbvr But according the Weekly Tallaha den. They are fed every day of the THY <<< Whitely Exercisers, >
and will on Friday be at home to tear aI!: they will eat. ITHOSTETTER'S
worthy oi all g 'od things you -?eean, such bets are rank 1
"Here is what did Clubs & Dumb Bells
can *rudlhi* w.4y. And our 'their friends at the Hannah reei-lI : we with our urns ,
navy I trta-on. That last year: Jan. 1, ll!trail STOMACH
Home ,
gaunt spectre, we had 2t"UVhte BFVFERS.to
yard tt.o you will find deervinofappropriation dence on Eat Gregory street. .
\ i ii
Edison
I IIt.tflll *. -- Pride" should prohibit the other Leghorn hens and ele\en Plymouth < Phonographs,
It'X'ks for sitters.'e sold! 1.5i j

tc; Like DaikKt Before the ScIhr. candidates hoping to get any voter dozen of eggs w Lli-h brought $::::'-;."T, -- --- J Phonograph Music IJ }

Tit rrpnbtu-au party ii is alarmed: Baby lives are de-troyed in the sum at all in the home county of We have wild netenteen roosters for t R1 GEORGE

tat all their l'ollrt'--lIItl1 be not mer by cholera infantuin. The at. $;;'.'!/i. whifh makes the sale* amount to 't j
the home J
..-nt "lick i In the next general el uc. tack of the di-ease H sudden its candidate. However, $3!".;.17. The eggs ages Iu the family nrt'eight.four ,." Bicycles and Tires, J
progress is sometimes terrible and Leon is the home and placeof < r
Uauaud tll help their "-.iU.t'. Uncle county dozen railing them wonliIs

ram will be called upon to pay the rapid.their children Mothers P'rrD.1Vic'who have !Painkiller given nativity of the Hon. John K. rents a dozen makes them worth < Fishing Tackle > j

F' freight., 1her.> are u .w ready for in water with-a few drops of- Beard and he should write to Editor T.M2. You will M* that the t-pc sol.l < .

dimibutloti from tht brandy added can tell how this treatment l'nnilt almost 20 cent a dozen, only
jrovertitnent: For You >
Anything
has checked the diarrrni-i and John Trice of the Weekly Talla- lucking a fraction of a cent. The rh.ck; 4
l'rllIljIn'l'! for u-e the
in
'
c m- <<
vomiting, and put the little patient has=eean and tell him that he expects | ens used for meat are fift.at. SM cents .
f..I..IUI i',ul1l'ain. ;iUI.lH'I(1I i out of danger. 25; and &0 cent each. This is the lowest price that we 4 Want go to yi
; i hi* full share of the Leon'
eapi..ofrp.rehrg delivered in confir have sold: any for: it makes them worth

**, which are to be circulated at HELLO' IS: that YOU LOflEr county "Home Pride" \'ote-at least $!.". Jan. 1, Its'. we have the number < >

I ,tC'.rolJ1"lIt;>en ". If there t fft What's the matter with next :Satur enough to offset the number of votes of fowls that we had .Ian. 1, I'1, and : F. B. Bmeej:

w.. 16 "):urt" at the expeu I.r the day as the opening day? ninety-the extra pullet worth Trf* enN 1
that have been :
-- -- --
prcplrthl+ I+. -- .promised tothe Hon. ( each which Is sal:+i. and twenty.four < 1

Frederick T. Myers in this county. extra rooster worth 4" cent" each >

I Href i+ juuipin,: over the moonalu. > PLEASANT EUCHRE THE POLITICIAN. which K ;:h'pi. which liy adding what J Jvli
lleanw hile! rat H-h.-BotonUU'be. -- We hate sold and u..ed and the extra <<

I Ii PARTY YESTERDAY fowls. Is tfiit.:1tl.: : : : The cost of feed for ce

i FISHING PARTY the year is $1.M f.3. a profit of ?'-s3.If .';';. RIJIt's hvvvv..vvv., '"
Fab l err hU'h priced. Eat cereal-.
I they had Lad more \\'uui,
room they
-N*.. burYl"'rt Ne.'.. I FROM MONTGOMERY ,
; II have done better. I hate had them dobetter V'i -r- -

''I I'ereal are high priced. Eat j A very pleasant complimentary than tin*. I .haltlt: 'lItllluO in the Mistake [ -
a .. <
1..0.H..ton 1 Kecord.cu T.
i euchre party was given at the rl'*i- Poultry Iiiitiiness as lum a!' they do a? .::.

HUD" ..t. Eat: alt Lemur and J deuce of Mrs. :Max L. Kthnyeterday A j'.Ily fishing party from :Mont well as they hate the past year" j .

, water.-Athol rraucript.Water gomery. composed of'Ie=-rs. vof'

i4 rate* are hi,.:li. Eat air.Wjlrtlrld .- afternoon by Mrs. Felenthal.Inuty Albert Moog. Sidney :Mohr E. J. Hold 11 a Uunrp.ul. First-Class Western Beef I Is .6.. :

1 y Itelll.Ad refreshmentwere "en'ell Meyer, Lee Kohn E. Lobman N. "At the end of the campaign," Not 25 Cents a Pound. f j L. t
ice i- plenty-and cheap.I..tol1 .- and everyone ha J a mo-t enjoyabletime. writes Champ Clark, :Miourfs \

I i (ilutif.d Lobuian and Mr. Kai-er will arrive brilliant congres-man, "from overi -- rL

i i work, nervous tension lo*_ of sleep \ .
you tier try to live on good here uudiy afternoon and will be' and Look at our Price*:
MrA.. Moo; was winner cou-tant speaking I had about -I
of the
t aJ.lr. .'" a>ked M*ppy Jack nf I'ucle joined by Mr. A. Moog and, proceed'to utterly collapsed. It seemed that all La-t year. Now I \

, J..h \N Mteotnb. The old llr-t ;prize, Mr. :Sam: Iaacsecoud, Eat 1'aalines they will the organ in nay body were out of Extra Loin..I.c to ISc 'Me .
111.11owo..d try ',
Round ... .. .. '. .. -
.
order 15C
hr hadu't. On the whole. and )[r. Max L. Harm the third. their luck with the finny tribe for : but three bottles of Electric j5C
Brisket .
and Chuck:
Hitter" made
hC
me all right. It's the : lu "
wr'd ray "I ie.' but funeralare awfully the next ten days. be-t all-round medicine Rib' Roa-t ..... .. l.=>c Ihc _- ,--t ) : ""r
old .
ever ..
! \1"lht'r.; :! 3lot hers: Mother.! -- '-
ripeit'ive.-W.KJii-ocket it.4. over a druggist's RamP loc loc << c .
counter. ; '- .
HELLO! IS that YOU'LOUIE Overworked .' : ; -.- -- .
Hue :
?
many ibilclrrD are at this season rrrrrutsad run-duwn Considering:
ivrtrr.H men and weak, quality, above price
What's
i'<>D-li.aed. with bed the matter with next Satur
fc'.oms.'h
} .> the only thlu/to d. !" to keep KOJ hemlai'be. te')Ibt-r <.irav'. Sweet Pua'. day as the day sickly women gain splendid health are cheaper than in any other city of OUR
opening WAITERS
ders fur chtldrtn a ill am av.cur... It'orllll and vitality from Electric Bitters this size in the country. WAIT.
all,** mid kicking. And if eating i> sre present they will certainly reruo\e Try them. Only 6oc. Guaranteed We do have to
bv pay more for
t..uud to i>.au... *>o much Borrow and niHilei tb..m1..11! hKh,K druitiii-N.Aadrets Allen.':, en.&. Ulmeted Sitaipiek, If you are thinking of moving W] A. D'AIemberte 121 South Pal meats, and have to charge more our !'! \01" nit J'A TlWX-t

wotrlnirnt you rau't blame the fel- L t\uy. =-.1. afoxtreet.. than formerly, but it in't our fault; ,'
ee Harry Hallmark
.. or call phone and we are yelling as low The service here M all thai
law ho take* to drink and ee< the as we poe be
CONCERT I will repair watches and sibly can. de-irecl
AND D.CIAT: 251 and let him yonr
# quote you prices. He
,Insty.i4rutllir.H.tCrhlllliazette.But MAGNOLIA } Jewelry in first-class style. J I The dining room i III perfefPanted '

drink tin. cu..t* money fftrI N KJH F. il.l'FFTHI"ReDA1'r has the best spring floats in the city. Stephens. PARLOR MARKET, f.f and well suited to th* I' .
TRA1NSATr.5:111AND the
I : Individual
'rucnU out with or the fat
IB ieau f<* aC..III..t Phone
and clAtch.atrllll of mullet 9 LAM= TRAIN KKTURNST CONCERT: AND DANCE AT Foley's Honey and Tar containn 173.: .loo. s.. Hell A S4lu.._ Ladiea receive special attend'have

[!SoTTICKErS; : *; CENTS.: AT )1.001.1.HLt"FF THL'U.LDAY opiates and can ?afely) be rise ?*parate tables.t .
F without i c ut <>f co-t.and they: arefit : !UWPOiALS will be received a Our food i4 of surpa"ic.-
NIGHT.[
to children. W.
TRAIN14AT A. D'AIemberte
s. e:3u the BurEau
rnt'UfcMi to fry ttitlnelse1t1 r of supplies and Ac- quality.
ANDY. LAST TRAIN RETURNS 121 S. Palafox street. counts, Navy ; Charges
!
Department moderate.
would
,
laAl itru t .tk.u UH' if all AT 11:00. TICKET Wa..hlugton -
25; CENTS.; -- D. C., until
rlu... w.r.. a* happily rituatNdt'lbM'EKt Easy to Take AT DEPOT. 1M, 12o'cl"<* noon Mav
--- -- HELLO! IS that YOU LOUIE? 13. and publicly opened immediately The 20th Century
What's the matter with next Mtur- thereafter to furnish at1
: AM DANCE AT Easy to OperateD Elegant china closets, day a* the opening day? tne Navy Yard, Pfn-acula, Fla.. a Uestaiirant
1i IAlIULI.HLl'H': rufasDAVMltHF. sideboards and leather- ---- quantity of machinery and tools _0>:
IKAl.No: A'I'r.. .WAXDJ. <.e purely \ -:!"la Blank "
Jl'-yH thor- proposal will b
*
1 .. I.AfT 1KAIN: KKllKNsATll : ou;, c, irwmjt, bea'.n.uj: satistatt; 'Iry- seat chairs at Marston $ Water coolers that do not upon application to the Navy fuini-htd Yard Phone 471.

'hi. TICK};Tr 2i tKXFS: AT Hood's Quina'S' Low prices; easy waste ice, at the Willis Pensacola. Fla., or to the "IJareau'

F' S J1tI'Or Pills A.KESNY.1'('eronhbr ( .1"' ., Pearl & Nicolau] ,
--, payments. Hardware Co.'s. r. s, S. ;-t: <.!" -t.ta ayuawzw
I 216 S. Palafox :-it.



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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA FLORIDA WEDNESDAY MAY 7, 1902. ;

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l I,(1 'M*.U( t,rr cerrr.dret...d.its : ", .... .- Atwtemezat of the F.M.C.E.MORTON CLARK Auf Cnhier CuhlMk; I MRS. WISSLOW'S For Over Sixty BOOTH Yean.e SYRUP hat If You;Buy Them at the Boston Shoe Store, They-A ;Good.! : j :

I been used for over Hit* years by milllonsol -- ,
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-- -- - -
mothers for their children while tettbiDK,
"AMERIC NATIONAL with perfect access. It soother the child .i.iIT'S .
BANK softens the gamsallays all paln.curei wind
colic and U the belt remedy tor Diarrhoea '
It will relieve the poor little sufferer immediately. HONEY $
K PE: I'IACOI.FLORIDA, AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS APRIL 30, 1902. Bold: by Druggliti in every part j
of the world.
Twenty-five cents a bottle.
'
from Report to Comptroller. Be tare you ask for M fI.Wintlow'i Sooth
ing Syrup."and take no other kind.

.t"or: Hll5.: LIABILITIES. I

. . N47fi77.; Capital Stock $200.000.001 IIF YOU ARE ...IN YOUR POCKET. 1

6! .ho2W: Surplus I
803.74; :Net Profits 6.4E0.76 LOOKINC FOR BARCAINS

i Pru4am. K. W.OO Circulation Outstanding! ..... .... .... .... 74,20000 I To buy your Shoes at the Boston Shoe Store. i
I rnt, .r*.. 6.718.48 356,63770 We carry everything in the way of serviceable I

60h.05 Dividends Unpaid...... ...... ... ..... .. 15.00
.1/1" .. . .. . . .124,11320:! Rediscounts..... ..... ...... ...... .... .. .. 82i O.00 For the next ten days I will sell Footwear at Reasonable Prices. Not the i
-- you any article now in stock at a Cheapest-Not the Dearest-but the Best I

$729,103.46: $729,953.46 discount of 25 per cent from the regular for the Money.

rl.j for l>u.lh*>... October j3: 1\jtJ. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give| price. Think of it-you will .1 t

Iq.t courtrom and cartful attention. i I II save $25 on a diamond ring or pin, Notice Our Window Display of Ladies' | |) |

I Interest Paid on Time Deposits. I't where at regular price it would cost P 1 / AND 52J 2 00

-. $100. See ; you save 25 cents on Oxfords and Sandals'. 1

E H ': T. K -lley, T. P. Andrews, D. ,i I every dollar's worth you buy. Nowis

Paul, H. J. Brett, J. A. J. Hathaj WATERWORKSFOR the time to buy your diamonds or [f>rAll Kinas'oflRepairs'.Neatly.Done: Moderate."*

I .. ifO Ij H TEn ,: j ) F. llullock, committee. !' watch or any other article in stock 1
very cheap. Call and examine
4 dOMAN* STREET.Htf Tile Y. P. S. C. E. of the Central CHIPLEY
goods. Remember this offer is for
n I. ,/ '''' : tiara church will give an ice !
"g -- only ten days. :No trouble to show
social at the church BOSTON SHOE STORE
16 East
a', goods. J. I. STEPHENS,
) na street, Saturday evening, Thos. J. Watt! mayor of Chipley, 112 South Palafox street. I

I'h.net 1.0. fay luh. All are invited to attend. I Fla., spent yesterday in the city, t I' '
: HELLO IS that YOU LOUIE? C-V117 South Palafox Street.o1
!
The taking his last for -
rnith-Cobb Chemical Com- ; departure night What's the matter with next Saturday 1
R K. WHITE, ) of thi city has filed notice of Montgomery and various Alabama as the opening day? 1 _

1 t .I.c-tnlnt for charter. The capital points upon business connected with
will be &0 (-JO. The I If you want a nice present to giveto '! *
c
Dan
companywill r* 1CEKt l *&. Delays !
"1.4 Uylit 1.11. manufacture and market P. W.tnlith's his position.Mr. friend, go and look through the { d q are eroll
elegant line of suitable articles at
... Watts that the v.
P }Hepaticura. reports contractor q
find
J. I. Htephens, you surely can
as a slight break end in
I who has he work in charge ,something to please you. If you may a great
Whit' Thin I'olkh Need want anything in the Diamond finebe NHS ra, catastrophe. Better .send your vehicles -
I
I ha the Chipley streets full of long to us and have necmary
sure to !see him before you buy.
!I. a trt-uter power digesting and repairs made 1 soon as they are; ap
furrows into which will be buried
imilitiu\ { food. For them Dr. parent. Our prices are re.t-orubl
Thos. C. Watson & Co.
Kind's New Life Pills work wonders. the mains for the water and low and tint
NEWS/ $ : new system, 1 the leading Real Estate Agents, take our workmanship!
1'11.tOIl and regulate the digestive elms in all respects, and Mii.tll repairs .
available from all the oil the shoulders of the
urltll a recent sale of gold worry I
: *. g"lltI expel all poisons from of the are jut as carefully looked i
the -y-.tt-in, enrich the blood ;improve certificate bonds.! The work is being owners property, manage; after as complete renovation. !
renting of their houses and the collection -
appetite, make healthy flesh.
.. ..i 11. !: Only :T>.'. atV.. A. D'Alemberte's, I pushed rapidly, aud everybody of their would rents as themselves.conscientiously BestJHor; !'e Shoer always ready.
as they
U'l "uth Palafox street. i is anxious to see the work fini-hed.
I | Their charges are very reasonable. '
J. M. Milliard & (
The town has as yet made no deal 0., :
h.nl-! HKLLOIS; that ,"OrLOPlE? I .
\\11': < the matter with next Saturday ,I for a hone truck and one of the ob- It<'|Hiii of ili. (''''Hlili.." ..r No. :I'M: East Garden St.

aol the opening day:' 'jectsof Mr. Watts' vhit

"OI''Mo'.;. H..x.e., :i I l was to ascertain upon what yesterday terms TA First N rational Ink NAVAL HTOKKS MAKKKT. All kinds of chairs and I

DEATH YESTERDAYOF one of the abandoned trucks in this
inflate: B. \\' Reported Dally for The New by rocking chairs at MarstonOuina's. ;
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in MintlMrfo I. :, city could be had. He did not have AT IMS *.\ ( 'OI\ Union Naval Stores Go.BORIS. 4' Prices are very
MRS. WATERS i 1XTHBSTVTK! nK KU>Ui\. ATTHE .
an opportunity of consulting with
CLuE lito' IIro !\ >x, APH1LS low. __ ___ _
the ww _... ... j.i: M-F.l1II1 .....II.:...
..lru a foil : II city otlicials regarding the matter "th, jwtt.ItCMIUHTH.. wosiT .... .. tt1I'-su uW .. ..........1 ;" CA.STORXA.
but said he would endeavor I s ._"... 3.5 F '. '.-. a' the Kind You Hare '
to > fia
: *3s tW8p&tUlt
> ui4tiQtt r : Mr-. :: 5M5 K : :.... .... !5 Rev the
j" Hebckah A. Water died at them his return. I Loatx and discounts t ?:5.1'fcmmlrults i .. ..... .......-. S 45 D... _........ .1:0I. '
see upon ._ ..... ...... ._. ..... # _
her home in this city at 6 o'clock secured and unseII. ; 1 !* L; :\t..ur.A has bn The new brick public school house !, 'ur..1 il.rtil 9r.arts Tu arawttt'.-+S. WiLThe
n.-ttr.J..y afternoon h. Hund'tu.rcurrrirrnlation 1".101(1 --
m the "Oth
-.le. sprat of tli1 >.. 1 at Chipley, also provided for in the 't'rt'mlumson I'. H. bandy 4uw'iMtocksMcuntirk.ru 1.' -- man who owns his own home
of i 1>.M" :!5
her
year age. Seasonable householdand
t. Jrr Cutn;'any. K.nkinn-tiouM', furniture ami insures himself again lots of
bond issue, is undergoing erection
; She came here a mall child and .1xrur"h.... Id."i<4\ IK trouble and worry. Nobody can ,
I 1.\ L'"- hair -t-cur Parish'J. rapidly, and when completed with i Other n.ni! i-state owiiwl ........ I"k4' RIur kitchen utensils at the raise his rent, and the rent day has ,

I. .r FI.rld.efat Abttu : lived to be loved and honored by all the auditorium will accomodate Hunks from(not National I:.....".. Willis Hardware Co.'s. no terrors for him. It's easy to owna i I
wulrr luau ruu who knew her, and her friends were i I I Agents $ 1.C44 .> home now-a-days. ThOS. C.
I Due from !state Hunks .I
nearly &/KI pupils. | Watson & Co. can tell how
I you i
legion. the was the widow of the mid bankers :!BSB 4 1IDuflrom --
...llIl.r th.- Kit: iiipro\| i re- easy u ia. Call and see. them I i
the Cntiiuiic I Itte 1 James Waters, one of the best Itetealg a Grrat Secret I Internal sine ng"lIh ItI\I.\'I'Ij 1'1 I - .I'I'
Revenue
l b..nto,1 if it known citizens of this county. It i is often asked how !such startling[' MHiupv other. .. cah. ... i'MChrcknnml MIt. tp ': MAGNOLIA CONCERT BLl'FF AND DANCE THURSDAY AT I. I I IWHT.

I i Mrs. Water reared a large family cures, that puzzle the best physiciansare I! items 1151Noteof.tilt :\ TRAINKATHh:3UAND
effected by Dr. King's New Discovery -' National J. LAST TRAIN RETURNAT
Id"tt uuiuotiJ here, who were devoted to her, and for Here's the Hunks .. .. !,c10 im, I
Consumption.
I Kraitional paper currency 11:50. TICKETS 25 CENT, AT .: 1 1DE
: put into !!! -urvivedby three daughters and j I secret. It cuts out the phlegm and m,.krls. nod 1'OT.
t % ulmo-t I I germ infected mucus and lets the I 'tnts Si* 83 t
five Mtiis, all honored citizens. They life-giving oxygen enrich and vitalize LAU.r.sEt.M'I. Most H\\k\It-: O.A.STCJ xtIA.&a : : '.

t try. are Mrs.I J. J. Durland of Mobile, I the blood. It heal tae inflamed MMif sn.IM': jl; ?the lte flmd Yae Hale Airars 3oc:1!: i I I8lgartsre
tub will cough-worn throat and lung Hard Le g al-It'lIti..r i.'
: 1 Mrs., Arthur loon and Miss Mary colds aud stubborn coughs soon mitt t- 24."<> I.\- 5,150) t. I 11-.1-1f1-- i 1
I
room K-ili-injtH| fund with 01 .
,
; ;, Waters of thi city, W. T. WatersI yield to Dr. King's New Discovery, I'. :X Trwisurer <.V<- I'I
ill of the the most! infallible remedy for all o! circulation j .. .. ..".. In-5' :4C,4: haI.iahilili. t I ; '
:aii'l John Waters of ----- + Educate Your vowels With ('. I
r K'rt.f I I Birminghamand Throat and! Lung diseases. Guaranteed .rare'I
... I
Tor i. >
A *ij-j:;.I.'I > Candy Cathartic cure
J. It., H. A. and R. W. Waters bottles fill c and $1.00. Trial .... I0c.25c.: If C.C C fail drUKiI conptipa'ion tS refund forever.laofi r. i\ :
bottles free at W. A. D'Alemberte's, ., __ __ i
: :
tr J.-r of Jllh of this i city. 121 South Palafox street. Capital Mot k 1'"IIIu .. JIKIIKI Iq, :1 ,
___ n __ Surplus fund I'tr.Titt' w ; Pocket cutlery and scissors !
lock. \ ;' I The funeral will take place 'n.l1nd..1 pronts. li-s-> "'I''n-"h l .J :
tv'cd to .tttnl 1HELLO IS that YOU LOUIE and lit't'- 'paid I4 'T( 15 from the tines to the '
: tilt Palufox Street Methodist church National Hunk ii"ts ont-lainl-
,; the! bu.ir.e'-( What's the matter with next Saturday in K .. I"",'." (e Getting Dinner cheapest, at the Willis ;
at o'clock tomorrow afternoon. Interment as the opening day l>uv to other National"
Ln I Banks t :V.M IvDuetostate ; hardware Co. :
in St. John's cemetery. Bunks" alll I? A pleasure in the Hummer when i

1-\O'I'ul.f: the ,--.- -- -- A QUIET HOME Imlmduitl Iauk"n. .depositsulijrct IIt.4); the thermometer I is soaring up in the I. I+

.' --anilup A.k \.""r l It ler for Allcn'.. t'IM'I.tillIl'. i > i-rrtitloateMif toclm-lc NV .>7 HDemand nineties: when you are fortunate SAM KEE'S !! ::1

i. .u: fr..mt'w Apuwdrrfur11wf.-et. It curs 8wo1Itu."or". 1 Of pout .. lKt.S4.TiCertified enough to have your kitchen fitted
..11'1''| Mi'H'laV IIUt.lomu9.Aching. HwratiQK t'.t. Corn i WEDDING TO-NIGN Cbecks .. W) LNCa.hlrr's with a Oas Stove ; :i
HiiJ HuiiionAt nil Urug\:i t9 and ehu r checks outstanding up or Range
:. that .*.. I ..... ... ...... .
.r port.A turn : : Ask tCKl"v. i| 157; KtiiKlii: ;; There is no heat, dust, grime or .New k
Laundry.
I ..
., ,tau .\..... TUTU. H.:."!ijn k smoke, and your apparel can be as .. :i
HEI.LO IS that YOU LOU IP:? i At the resilience Col. John Dunn'Vest : I
titATF.urFUxlnAa'ul'.TTUF
A .i! It* ..crMCf at What's the matter with next talus ,....: K-CAMBU: : neat a" if you were in your sitting .

i- 7 0' dial II .... day :is the opening day:' ou Government street, at 8! I. W. h. Hyr. Jr.. Cashier (.t the alrosenxnlyd room. There are no worries connected NEW BUILDING, ;
dank do
uur -r\if th. (' : o'clock this evening, Mrs Mary .Mati'im-nt solemnly true ti) swear the bent that of tinalimr m." with cooking with gas, nor

.r t I.. I..r..f the j>+. Garden tools in endless, Ellen Peters, daughter of Mr. J. J. kuowledgrx1111beilef. W. K. HIHI.JK.. will it worry your pure to pay the NORTH PALAFOX STREET, "

Advocate : 11,, variety and at rockibottom Sullivan, will be wedded to Mr. L. Sulisrrilinl and s\\'orn to tudor Ca me-bir.tin. bill*. .'* North of Court House. .< i 1 11r.Ill'.l
\ !Jrice! at the Willis Hard 7td slay of Mae, I'm':!. '
tiidi :1).- ('J\II"n+ uf ware Co.'s. I Correct-.1tle.t W.1"R..aT: >!, Notary 1'uhlic. Pen acola Gas Co. Improved 3licliiiicrand; +!, I
-- -- -- jlliciating. i f' V. HR S I'ir..t..la... Work. ;
: I It.
r \Vftle!| .\( '!" I' "A \ H. KSaSLKS.j: liirectors. I
KKMOV.VIj; sorter It will be a quiet home wedding, in;.
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M, Slav 13h.l i iar No. 3 S. Palifox St.. Pensacola. Fli. GIVE HIM A TRIAL. Ii j
.. invited 1 have moved my law ollice toroom no card _
1 Dt, fourth floor,Thie''eu build" I
H IIr..u.\. D. ink'. rl1iS.I'EBLEV. Mr. and Mrs. Levy will leave on I II
2s22525 5252 IJ I
N--I M. A. :!hwt the 11:05 train tonight for New Or. % J
rs
.................. '
; leans and other points. They will 01to /rtrre1 / i................. I

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'" \:. 1: be "at home" to their friends; here : Attention : : Attention i ;
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about :'0.
May
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.f. I I W "Wt / .
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g THE NEWS extends, in advance. Housekeepers 5 i Hotelkecpers : r

hearty congratulations.: i r
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N......1.1.NI.111 r : .,
5SOLCAHN&CO'S8YOU \ ...............N I Ii
'
I j Mill Cure Iollladdu in File
Ii _s as25a.5252525i52525z529"
i i Minutes :

I! This i,. just what Painkiller will i .!

WILL i FIND do; try it. Have a bottle in the SPECIAL SALE OF*: I.
hou-e for infant use, as it will save ;

:' -s '' '_. _, .L_'_ .... __ _____ I .i 1' you that hours the dealer of suffering.dons not !.leU'ou Watch out an Towels and l' !

imitation, as the great reputation of Table Damasks F!'i :
I
I Painkiller (Perry Davis t, has induced -

.SMi I HFIELD HAMS. many people to try to make ,
something to sell, said to be "just a* I, I..
I good a? the genuine." Wednesday 1
-- ---- --'--------- Thursday and
-' i Friday. '
.o.-- ** -' u- : J
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,!. *. ': l We wil! launder your spreads for I
: 15 cents each and make them look 50 dozen 17x32 All Linen Huck Towels -
.nul the best of evervthiiiK generally k like uw star Laundry. \

Regular $1.50 *Pl .OO QOZ.. ;

: Kept ill a First-Class) Grocery Store. kk | RATHBOHE SIST-ERS. Quality, I i
50 dozen 18x34 All Linen Huck Towels '
I Magnolia Temple :No. 4, Rathbone : :
f ....FLORIDA AGENTS.... $ | .
k Sisters. Regular meeting Friday Regular $2.00 Quality -50 UlM. t

f KK TIIK afternoon, May 9, at 2:30:: o'clock. .
50 dozen 20x38 Half Linen :
Huck
Initiations and other very important Towels

\bita Springs Mineral Water. bu inel=. Every member requestedto Special 50 doz.I'; : r:
for
I attend. this Bale. E ,

MKS. F. E. BKAWNEK, Half Bleached Table Damask .35C | r'' .
I Miss EDITH (i I/RI:. M. E. C. yard A Good Red Damask 25C yard .
Candies
agency Nunnally's M. R. H. Unbleached Table Damask .
25c yard Glass
,- Toweling & Crash [5 to 2oc yard al|{f '

'filer Palafox and I Intendencia Streets.ic Marston[ $ Quina carry k< Fine German GLASS BLEACHED Table Damask-Napkins to :Match.

k the largest line matting, v< ri: ; !

I : 178. > > Pcnsacola, Fla. \rags, window shades, etc.,

I in the city. We lay our W. J. & B.
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lt ,.:........../.............................. Y matting free. ,, FORBES..I.II


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY. MAY 7, 1902


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BOER CASUALTIES.



l ; r t: : Kitchener Reports Matfe! Prisoner Ten Killed and 122 MISS ROSE OWENS,

No. 720 Serenteenth !L. WASHINGTON'. D. C
." : ? London May 5.-Lord Kitchener'sek
II' .
.,' 11\ : r-,/ort catni !roc Pretoria yes- -
"' li! ,-* .
Jrl 'If every steering woman a & J. -
ter.; shows fiat; tLe (Pare movement .
1 3 ay Lu the same ezpeneace with -.1:. We. trt
;.E not '..',wed to interfere \'ith E... Vise of Ciriui that I hid, tVfi : =

tarn <. ,i(rr&tjcts eicept so far as ', your medtfine will be mattpopulir. Jti .
JJ' pera.it .)t ULrtetra.nn: neetr.is b- About i year ago I f. ;r.1 ..-
tzia to have a worn out a 'a! .. .
leaders and their .
tte
+ twen ranotsm t .' .
tired feelin; with lassthidf, ? :
> :::;dr.doei. The week's Boer casual paint in the kick and head ."- J f- .'. ,

!. s were ten cell killed\ and U.: wfaki kept Increasing every : ; .T b.. .

itt: SIINJ na- i..rlsoLers04T'rag! month. I fet! tat! I nub IT*:_-:"". .

'. sorntthiE! but to get the :.r.-l
Bruce, Hamilton's c '. :!::tsar ter.: .
right medicine wJ the trouX.u it.e oweaa i -
T'.'', $7 rot: oc the:" Heilbroc. Or ble.! I finally decided oa -. :.-i'" ." .

\ age River colony, line your Vine of Cardui and oely needed! to ig: ;Lear: .toe wr.__ : ,. f'
f r + / bonks when I tebfof br tL Lai. A '
take three was fully
J !J The skin is provided with millions of little poresand CV!<->r>l CoVnbraad: : Las rfsiin'uera' : covaz3." t: Lt. 31ls3 rte...as 9. !. .

fl n i { i '. :., ble! to the natural l t 'h"' :ors it the northern part of thTassi.aai I I i.;' t t..n ..raj i :
1 j o. glands: : : eye, yet through aia.ssi CoW: : ianda: t Bey HEN fine Role Owens, wh'Lis ii'' aivr.a t ar'. I'I'L.... .

.' It, 1 r thes tiny e."t: >ts .the !larger part jf the deadly l matter ers lII'ro-e forces bate been cotsidf-ra [W tLet a" responsible\ ern men t position S
. i1 i l that daily colt: tIn the t/xiy ia carried or. But nature .0 T&CV of LEer h'Jm ). )
by rt-iiwed. ad General Ian Haxil \\'ashirgtvn I I. C., (lalde'i to .. .

t I -i :.y I nc'.er intended that poisons of an irritating or acid ton bas Cleared a large area u"st; of try,W, ire r.f Cardai'she! awl a 1II'Be : ee'ary aroma";ion Tnu. area'hard arc r.3 l" a.. .'
t 1 million Lave
i I I t character should be eliminated! through the skin, the Liver and Kidneys being their natural Kltrkadurp. Wertt-rt TransaalKid"aed b cL : 'wr" a women Ky this CIret Ii ,rumen Fare wr
t' It.\; i outlets, and it i ia: when these important organs fail to perform their: functions that these acid ;rs TSZFK not a rid enol4Z 0 f h.i errs)*l<.a.d p U- .

Child Located ,
.!: :t \ J IL ; ,' poisons are absorbed into the 1001'1; alJd and theIr way to the 5 race of te! body through the C.cciLaati.: May 6.-The In story Italy that star day,r.iaorzans:: n-lit tbseat ire but 1.y c.ayletak'--any wumai et''IT with ', Aaa t 13. l" .O, in ...

f. i, pores and glands of the ws:1;,,.,", arcducng l'H't"'se itching and b..l..g, I.inii i atron and th*> ki-iLaped baby Taylor. who' Ieii,ft. It '! ,-snot force re I ;i. vi tLe "I tufftrtd terntly! J.t moc-
t OJ'ft.'CU : luciistruaj.
j" .. S Vlt,'.;,r.rr, and .".."."p''s 'I every cc i,.__i'able C'ZP, share and Chl.ct. grandfather and aunt have bwn E.-L : : It stror.irl.':m t5}. : ft'r. .- for thru: years. I woylds! ::-.ri

11\1 I Stan Diseases differ greatly: in their general characteristics and degrees of intensity: tested to the penitentiary, Via m an s'l"skJ1.: 'i l'"S t.'ni to, the oduy f'.'.. even mocths with DO L.w a'
Ii orphan as>!um at Albany. N" Y. Las Ii! '-a, a.'. :ir' tar: a tLe get Itivc my btilth tick ij .
t ; Red and angry looking spots break out upon so'ir.e part cf the body with a moss of sWalltlt been exploded by Information recevih D. ::1m. aH! t''I. f ....s! t, :. '. f'>r W r UF-tCt tffig to be cocfs d.1:

;11 I W u'\ j \ p1! -.t'Ies: c,: blisters: fr'.;:n which is discharged'a: clear cr straw cored; :fluid, which dries and < rp. according to the t tatenLt: ,t n."nIiJ.: .WI1 r t'. ;( .' :..:1! if :e l\lce CAnnot f riLc poloretireWINE ,

.Y' ; a 14 riakes off :in bran-like particles and scales, or f'rras into hard and painful sores and> scabs. TnCommercialTnoune.. Ttc!1.: : '

., s l It\1r t )' The j.kin often hardens and dries, cracks and biters from the effects of the fiery acids, hab.-*E located by < tect\; 5 er:. of C4MyI A t f "

M\.* i< k's whi'h the blood: is continuallyig ploy! d for the purpose in ,lta'\ w:: :
1 J. 11
\I It !rl t '' '''; of? L'. Lr aunt. Miss Clara Taylor. Pror ;
-= .. '. () .. Pimples, :-:'.-- Otllilr.lhuAprilIO,1901.

t J ij t t e" q }.'.2'h! and blotches; are evidencesA : : : In (1883 I trove o.titb; \ Eczema on ray head, legs and arms. TIle ir.es will!! at once be taken ti.i > ._
t ; .l a I state and national oficiala> for tt.f..
t- Doctors treated me fcr ate--t tern without VI.llg! relief. I next
,'i. 11 ft a too acid blood, which 1 h::> years turn of the ctild to her mother. THE NEW GROCERY STORE.
'. r ( : tried VinaolrtT.Rtj: ton 8 and washes, but these did! me no jtoi.I .
I' inanled and the
3 U clcgyM .
pores.hkin --- -- -
\ : : I flnsl'y!: qjit medicine
1 I tsmg n the phyticla laid the disease bid Bursting Vclesnoes Causi Panic. -
t; Leases de end-
; being> ? tnt! chronic add incarztlt. Having endured this; tormenting malady .
I St. Thomas D. W. I.. May C.-T- -
I: C 'nt upon the sane cate.' ;reqv.ire: fr tiut 16 )ean, I determined tt make another effort to get rid of It flow <,f !'ava from the volcano of Moc; WILL MOVER

t. ; the same treatment, which nv-t:: :ard tijsn: S. S. S. in July, 1900, and continued it until November, wbioI Pe:f-e. on the island of Matt!niq'i.

f b ttutijl1al: and externilothing I tiiuovered!, to my surprise acd jey, that net i pot could fee fluid n
I cc not wt.f'h: b:sran Saturday last coraplet-] Keeps a Complete First-Class, Up-to-Date S* ..i
art fcaly: which, bVe had teen
my almost covered with the eruptUn.
\ 1 the destroyed the Guerrin factories, situat
,11 applied locally to
'
.. i t It has ao" teen nearly a year since the disease disappeared, kut Bit of Fine Staple and Fancy GroceriesNo.
i } a s' tri ned surface can bring much ed al out 2 miles: from St Pierre, tb.
a sin of it his ever returned and I satisfied
an the care ri pemaneat
1n 1I 1j relief.: The disfiguring eruptions principal: town of Martinique It is re 30 W. Government St.
f
Salisbury B'
F. C. NORFOLK, 1017 Hackberry Street. ported that about 150 persons had:= oel(.

S. 'i' "I will continue to annoy and pain appf-arf-4. A great panic prevails at TKLVPIIO.NK: a 27.

I: i ,; 1" you in spite c.f soaps, washes or po'ne's. There ;s no hope oi getting rid of a skin disease St. Pierre.

i ''U', 1 except through the purification of the depreciated blood :and: neutralizing and filtering out ofI

\ the tirculatln all poisonous substances and acids. An Interrupted Came.

; 1 If: I. The purifying and tonic properties of S. S. S. soon manifest their influence in skin "[Itt r.'in.-TK'n! ; inrty up to Mis! WOOD AND COAL.

\ : affections; the debilitated! system is invigorated and toned up and the gradual disappearance Sumn.erses wasn't no flY"l""Dat '
1 so'ha's de reason? WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LPGEi.. T.
t 't I''JII' ,'. i.j cf the eruptions: show that the polluted blood is being brought back to its natural purity and "De fus' bail Pete Thomson landed

t #, {zflt wtrcngth.: Old: chronic skin disorders which have resisted all the ordinary methods of on le busted right Inkr de I lei ere of THIS WINTER THAN EVF.i' IE "( F

Man'ly Brown, art Jim I'ortab be outs
.: 1't' ; f treatment, readily yield to the curativeto wiv his razzur. an" It looks mihfv! Ju- SEND US YOUR ORDERS f C w

'\ SALT RHEUM ECZEMA' :), s cf S. S. S., and there is no reasonvhy serous fir a U1O lt'nt. Hut Mi>s buuic .
t>l! t
:.. I I 1 I the long time: sufferer should feelresigned .<_rs. "bt"" a @nart'ooman.he s* jpprd Thompson, Disc t5 CoManresa

\t Ii \ to his fate under the mistaken di't u.Ixnp! In no time."

fi ;)'I\ TETTER NETTLE RASH i idea (hats '[e skin diseases are incurable 'Site"iI ,w'd Diet she swept do its"all dim pine,ooter .Street, Teljlior:

1 :1 I .A' S. has cured and IS still on de fio'. an' she nays.'Wha'ss d.. urLc's - '-- -

i: J: 't" 4 Iii Itt back tu craps jes as "" ri : I PSORIASIS ACNE BOILS curing casts perhaps. far more desperate we kin.' Ali dat Moppt-d, de urx.n'risht : :

than } ours. S. S. S. is a purely vegetable !; dah an' elm."-Cleveland: I'iuin LOUISVILLE AND
h NASHVILLE RAILROAD
.1$ 1' remedy, containing no Potash, Arsenic Inakr. EFFECT UtftMBKRi.: w :

"I \" ,l or arty of the: poisonous drags which constitute the bisis of so many so-called skin cures. ,, .
Thron h Illii \ue.
I' J; f' t Our,: MfKal': : Department has been of the greatest assistance, to thousands seeking relief "( holly Li;;bipayte bas changed doc -New-- -Orleans- and-Mobile.--- --

t, r : ini : ,'.' -I ..:.i'l'! :-kin trlJubes.'rite: us fully about your case, and our physicians will help tors." '-0.11. '' -0.1. So.. ,, o a I
j 15" 1 :15 mil :'ri; Leave... PPDC01a..Arrlye + I
p i 5.'" a t
'. I 4 I f. ,r -Al.i'Ji; : whatever is made. what was the trouble with the old :.. .1' ..... ..... I
yon : n' charge: Our illustrate Book on Skin Diseases will bent : a !"t p. 1>r. a L.-are. t 'omMon i'biP' tXi" a S :
tar i onri" 11 :')) a t::!! p'' 2>u a L"s\8. .. 51obaLrave t 12e"a't.. r IP5p I
iB. <,(' free tar, all Mho write for it. THE .... ___ ., .. I ,
1 SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY ATLANTA. GA. ".'holly thou ht wbat ni'd! him was 7: : a L arcr_ 'rl."n5. Lray. "; p ; !

: !.::1 ______ __ smoking cie; roots on an empty stotn.K'h NQI'tll

!but wh -n he ankh! l his d', *tlr+
:"II' .... i J about the d'. >tor told I... it No. 2. N0./. I ?Ol 1
THE BUSY DAY. it i W.o s
.' ulili rll'te II'' j jIB The life "., Inl stations. 1I't'j p m 1tIS p m 'Lrave Pen-acola \rrITt I:,' pm' .
hmokit, them tbroukh an empty huad. 415 a m ;5ipm Arr;var.. )lontjom..ry.I."ve ii v .
a
: m
'' S.-v .
: t.i! nr ftuui:tion of the serviceIn l
+ I"llsili." -s. Kill'l I I funny hc.' tr': Cava H.lp Uyl: I'j. e1.r*- j ,;!) Tribute I1.SU a Dt II:" PDt."rrv.. Wrntnnhem ..1.-aye e.i a m ,
.t ,I '., I"- that we'I '' I Iy do A lot 171 SH'I'iU'i.W worth of propertyL.is ipru:1": mrrlv" Na'vtlle ... Leave
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Don't Start \., rong. Ladies'! Art ?tatiouery.Foreisn cent physlciina is thi but lot I Pen acolatoNavy darn aDd rden .
Jacksonville > j Mill, Ktc. ;, r\lIla'jlatul'.lm ttOfj..aahanl1r ::::. '
I Dan't start the summer Wit!. a ArtitMaterial.. Orticp Sup Kidcey and Bladder trcjblu.F3UC Best the market I sc 'Dar ICHIDCDI.:

t lingering ;.>ujh ..r colt We all plie,*. Mouiorauaum IJ'iokEtc.. @k aa u.... I: 'Vh<>a Weather prna:- t--- rat:.. ,
Daily Metropolis know what a "-ummer cold" i-. It',? All new and bra,.",t.PynyrtttvmStops. affords open coacher.Least .
\V A. D'ALEMBEPTE feaeaooli.m. ,
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1 'UNTIL DECEMBER I. 1902. : t L CU! e Medical Society, Attention. p. p
will set you rU'r :. :ure cure f<.: is tmertEc i and I1 r 4pm pm.
I ionl h-, c<,ldj, cr"up, trip, broiicl! There will be a regular;\ meeting cl I't t C"e 11 \URML a Whirling. U tLe wi Spray rtt 6( p.p. m m,, fp I p..m m

E C vrln;: the entire "" "r"1 ".f tl'e. tie, all throat and lees tr ..ublt=. Absolutely :he Peasacola Medical Society: atht' tt ; Tb lRr lklulgrly.. .K PAUl row a173rbAt

!1 7'olitical: Campaign of the Veir.AI afe. Act at ouce. Children : Board: of Health offce> at I f!L t'eaiaooltto ort: Berrancat far;
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'l>Kts3: coujh medicine I Visiting physicians are cordially I fekrMr'nxUtfcm. I Mara-_______ tie
ever ued. says J. H Bowles InTited to attend. If ann"tlupl'IrILl Aar' to Balum tot \Cop&! a. No relfbt reeelTed alter era ,
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CARTER & RUSSELL never found bebl1 bjecttan
DR. E. F. BRCCB, r.txii en anything else that acted so safely President bout-+nN.lt a'vP, a Stall 3'lnatnel j They cure in 48 houn the --
it PUBLISHING CO. p.RrnLnatdrL re.t'ertla
and quickly. Hargis' Pharmacy, DR. W. c. DEWBERY, TE40$lltj.l 'li**,. MAHI HitO., sm di'leUl't without myth, Rubber hose all sizes a'
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY MAY 7. 19O2. j j jI I1 i


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BISHOP CORRIGAN NaPoleon Failurei l :



STRICKEN BY DEATHLife '
1 .. To win the Battle of Waterloo was due to his stomach. In his t
; Napoleon's digestion was perfect.. In later life he suffered from dr'I"

1 of the Brilliant Prelate t tI pepsia and indigestion and finally died of f I '

l '! CANCER OF THE STOMACH. If' j 1

I I Comes to Close I : I {I r When his stomach failed. Napoleon's fortunes declined. Historians r..1 '

:" .. I say he lost the Battle Waterloo because something he ate the night :

j PNEUMONIA CAUSE OF DEATH :- I .. before disagreed with him so seriously as to render him incapable cf ; I
\ \. I t properly directing his army. In Napoleon's time there was no ,
p 1 j \ 't \ known remedy for chronic stomach trouble. To-day a certain Cure ,

There Were Many Who Had Hoped I \ \ I\ .l I exists in such a remedy uKODOL I I


j j I That the Archbishop Might Yet Ral'l l ?'1.. ))' ) Which by digesting what you DYSPEPSIA eat keeps the body CURE properly nourished I t

ly and Recover, but Last Night He 'o 1 and at the same time gives the stomach a chance to rest. 'The process
I I I "... ... 1 of digestion is due to the action on the food of the saliva, gastric '
Began Sinking. I ::: .. juices, and pancreatin a secretion of the intestinal tract. If any of !
I l i these elements are lacking perfect digestion is impossible. Kodol I r
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New York May 6.-Michael\ Augustine r ]j\\ \ )j, DyspepsiaCure contains them all inexact proportion and consequently !

Corrigan, third archbishop of the "\ ; performs the process of digestion as well as the natural stomach. It
\ i is the ONLY preparation which contains them ALL and therefore the I I :
dlocete of New York, died last night -'..
only one which digests ; i ir
l at 11:20 o'dock after an illness of \ f I
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I k ALL CLASSES OF FOOD.
several} days, resulting from an acute \ / \
1't .. 1" You don't have to diet. Den't overload the stomach. Don't eat too I I

J attack of pneumonia.Death ./t..W.ifl fast. But eat all the !good( food you want in sufficient variety Kodol i iI '

wad not a turprise to the I vY. lVV Dyspepsia Cure will digest what you eat. Thus the body will be sustained. ;

DOM thousands of friends who hare lingered :Meantime the stomach will be resting. This rest will soon
"I ira sixty-nine years old ind hive lived here restore it to health. Napoleon's case illustrates the fact that people
over the Iulktlns issued hourlyfroia from stomachs often fail in crisis. The man's
all vty life writes W. H Bowen Mantua with weak a moment a
the bedside: but brought sorrow 1 O. I was In the general merchandise business stomach is attacked his mental powers are curtailed. The body issustained
for 1..nlv.Ii For I was
t a cold or warmed-over and gloom throughout the country as | troubled sere with dyspepsia ve years.and Indigestion.year I by the food we eat. The stomach distributes it to.the various -
'I tried everything but received. little. benefit. until parts of the body. Sometimes the stomach fails to digest the
all: Lad hoped the patient's' vltalit
It sets you back just d look Kodol iHspcpsia Cure I can My truly food put into it. Then the work of distribution is interrupted and the t
and constitution would successfullyi i i that it is the best<, remedy for dyspepsia ever put
I left without nourishment. This amounts to
body complete or partialstarvation.
Food be. 4r In a bottle. I can eat anything 1 want now and
/ is starting. y combat the disease. i lint recommended it to a number of friends, You can't expect much cf

:\ do you any good, must %. Yttitenlay the end was apparent early !'' who report the same good results in every case." A STARVING MAN OR WOMAN.

of body. in the afternoon and slowly the 'I Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cures the worst cases of stomach trouble. If you have simply an occasional functional derangement -

.t to the temperature your great man began: sinking until the ) with belching, fulness or sour rising after meals a teaspoonful of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will set you

.. your\ stomach to do your cooking. crib s amt and the brilliant life was 1! right at once. It never fails.
THEY KNOW ITS MERITS.

nber that warmed-over food cannot ender j; "n vlng t>..n a great mflere r from tnfllgf ttlon and reiu'tlng vlu f.>rws "1 bad ntnmacts trouble. al my life"ttj Trnprte tor Kdw Mehler, of
Sketch of His Life. j jMichael l I and being untie. to obtain permanent rrief. l reward tong the t"1I1"lIl1"ttllllll Workt. ;$ parade M I'rle.. Fa "and bat* tr'f 1
as food that hasSCOTCH Kod"IIIY'pl'p.a! Lure," mi rottmaitrr K. H. Hlnda:!.of UunUp.I .a kfuds: uf rfinrdifs. cvnBU:ted irreral dat't>.. and nin-nl ron'.derab.
ch strength .
1 third ) *. "Hefure I hail used one bottle I anew I bad found what I bad Inns money trrtr tu get a moment I Kai'e. llnaily: i r-ad of Cod d IiopcptlaCurenj -
Augustine Corrigan
looked for. After a few homes 1 was cured of xirenrti In utr.1.1. that b<'light a trial tioti.e I hate used ...erat now ant
volt ed. an-.ibisbop of the diocese of New | I had not bet-n free faun for more than tea years 1 am b.lIf-r ifdny can t.v with the grrslrsi ittlifaftlun itiil I never found In equal Ut
than ID years,and' cuciMer that Kodol Dv.peinU Cure LM given we. curing stuiuai.il trouble. gladly! recommend It."
York was !horn in Newark. J., Aits. I! till leave of lire." I IPrepirid

OATS 17 .WJ; His parents, who were nan I' by E. C. DeWItt Co., Chlcigo. The 11.00 which, Battle sells contains for 60 2>4 cents times as much bf actual! measurement} as the Irlil' tre t'

-s .! lieiand, were well-to-do and
VU by a'.l Grocers.] I KODOL DYSPEPSIA CURE DI YOU WHAT I I
del1! wined! to ghe him a lihl'rall'llura. EAT.The I
wenty minutes in your.her. 110" 11
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ii fit entered :St.;: Mary's college I ,
Makes flesh :
Glnnf* Orson. THE GARDEN SECTIONo
in \'. m.I':>;ton. Del., where lie SI'-nt'
blood.SCOTCH One cf thc nius-t interesting features ;
uscle W x' arThen he entered St.
the Oiiint's Is "the
(.f causeway pant'sorgan. o -
\ rl \11 viai i liege! at lIImfottsbllrc:, )ld. ." This huge "instrument" con- :

"" I Hun ,h.hI\ :> htudies at I'mmettt-. blsls of a group of pillars of various IFensacola, Florida,

hurl: in l*>5i! and decided to enter the lengths; set apart on the side I of the I -

pri-'hthiiod. i main cliff. The larger columns being; In .
OATS Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.
the center niul the tiiialler ones taperS"
-'- .. He went to Home and became one I j
off either side after tie fashion
jf the twelve student with whom the lug on

HIS LAST BLUFF. Uiurkan college!; opened.VhIe! in i: of organ pills: admirably sustain the I Beautiful Lots for Sale.
Idea which the name "giant's organ"conveys.

r cO. Hum n KrI.nt.on tlirnlu<- of Two Home[ he won many distinctions and | 40x137% feet at from $75 to $200 each accord-
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U I'uLi-r llaiiil \\ "0 r.uwas awarded medals which were competed ( ,
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r Ii .' .. ,I'M- .> : -.1 tl I 'lit- iii.mvlth I for by students from all parts of : C.A.STOn..A. ing to location and surroundings.
.. .', : j finished lilt fiGr; Vol bi13! d'ais Bcagi; : .
11-1 i 'H' jrn. ; IIVM r trn\clf by t the world. HP his course, re antEe
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I"iit or I a.J! without! hunting for a M- i iI reiving the degree of doctor of divinityin I >in G y. I. Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View, I il

and 1. .,uII; +M'nt,'r to |play |M>koritli me. j i jI j 1M'.4; but he" had entered the priesthood High Dry Fertile Lands.
so Japanese I ,
u .!" ;:ono nil the ::;llll"'. 1\1:0 \rtth- I ] a year before. tI
out f'."l and l sfi for it. 1'J piny for iJill i ;
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I In July, l!>$4. he sailed for America, save loneby !
"incy Goods, 1.Id1!.>.. lo.iirs or rick l hOIl"" ". One \ 1\\ The grandest opportunity for investment ever 11
and his arrival f
on was appointed to a
i ala us I u n I 'hlril.'" f"rt.. I.ouis ih i, offered in Pensacola.
> flllNA TEAS. I Hi a It. u el)'ap who thought well :, 'rofessorship I In Seton Hall college. In \ ture at .larslon $ lirln-I

"f 1'iiiiM !If. nixl had stiff II I ISiiS though hardly "8 years of age. Great Furniture
Falaft St. MI n jltlll' ili i Empo- Home Seekers Should See These Lots.AV.C1ubbs.
.ul brad l l lurk for nu hour bud lust $1ltO.11< [ 'he was made president of the rolleR*. I! .
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t. I (but then th' Bards bfcan tii come my !Iw whit h was then CHIP of the" leading : I,

.. U.'M' : t liai-U linlf of my j I'atlmlic\ loliepos in the 1'nited StatesOn :

L;' '' R AWKLU UALSAM S *-. .\ In n a train) wi. .l,-alt! in wlili-h j jill May 4. 1 >>73. h" was (consecrati l las :I REMOVAL NOTICE. ;;

: *. .., -..* > '. I- l I.. :M iii four (rnrl.. ami I njiciiI : hi!>hup of Newark. AI bishop lie i I Corner Garden and Alcaniz Streets.
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I
I :''i TIll other
". In, |t. on two pa'r | displayed( : unusual Interest in institutional Ii Dr. G. H. Tuttle
4 r. n..t. : UiiMlia I
.. '4- (I and reformatory work. On Sep I :
'._: t tor n tln !h cr !s-traittlit: I drew 1 j .I
ember I 2>">. IS,1'. he was appointed ro :1 Dr. J. G. Heard! i 1 i' .irJ and 1 '.\ M..' .riu on his face as Le drew i :adjutor with the right of successionto I're.dt't. Vlce-rTt-feidt-nt ( Au't Ca.b1.f, H

I MUI .1 I In t liail MiiiiUliiiif!; J pnHl. I i! Cardinal: McClos-ky. archbishop ofNew I DENTISTS.I .

BOWRTHE l\'L': uiUuiiu steiug! ainl raWns; 'I'' : York under the title of archbishop I 7 nnil !l, M.I niiic Tfinj'lo.

I 'II tin tu,'tuttc" there teas !ilia: ) in !j of IVtra. He was the ) O'l1H t',tal'lhhi..hop All brunches MirRicnl, (>pfrniv" ai.dMwbftincal First National Bank 1\\ ]
.. : Ufnti-lry pfrluniifil wail tei'tinicnl r
| "'. I had just OIH'IHil my IDnUlll in the Catholic church In ckill.SpnclRl r.t

Mil. '.i 1'.11 iihim S'JO \\ 11\11 the train Mnuk' Antr.rica. In 1SSG:; he became archbishop : attention givm to 'luliircn'
) .1 1\ ,'un,' anJ uur oar lurcluil o\it awl l lw of New York. Terlht.old5001'orcelatn Filling. > rown
.". .tit r"!'li'iii down an ctiiluiiiUini'nt tif Hud linage< \\ork. OF PENSACOLA. FLA.

ti i n, t''t h.;:h. It was four days latfi I I'.vtt Material Luinpfteni t.1 .Ipmt-ul
There i* more catarrh in this section .t
'ticriARTIC \\ i .i I i .inn': to myiiis, Slid ilNcov : Tel"iilmric :Xi. az, DIIt: : :BOTOI't..a lih

ti i 1 WI,. in H linsital.] On the :/I of the country than all othersdieaer. WM. H. KNOWLES, W. A. BLODNT, F. C. URENT. ,V. K.: H YEH, JR ;!

( i i. < !in nu, rinht was my imnfnt| 'I ; put together ami until the GUAM: I-\TU..IO\: : D. G. BRENT I In'QIi t t ti
.1' U'.- had Uiili b.fli badly last few years \\ supposed to be in- i :.


i .'J I.r up at 1111.\Ve.. un lay,1 liking thvii ;he at fts.iib I.lr!. i',I'''doctor curable..ami ,by and con-tautly pronounced prer-cribeil For a great failing local it a many I tocure remedies local't"lr!disease by-, ; D II aD; mnU; 2In C 1 Mjll! \ Id I ll.We r'


1 I. -.i. your S'il and raise you ?li).' local treatment pronounced it in- i ij

\ .1 I rai ict- you $lu inorn' I sJJln curable. :Science has; proven ca- ;I .J
.. con-titutioiial di-ea- draw oar own Bills of Exchange on flreat Britain Ire) an J :
\ d; :< niori'ttl tarrh to be a e,
'EM LIKE CANDY. \ > ln ntl't'''.' | and then fore rl'quin.t'ou-titl1ti'Jllal I''To Greenville and Mon'somery, Germany, France, Austria, Italy Holland, Hpi-in, Belgium Russia ()I' h

... I. I "1 H.' 1....t.iI| Ins term Stain ni'pcari'il to : treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure leaving! Union Dejiol at lOJo: p. m., way Sweden Denmark and other European conntrtee.Te it

ttiluk' for a \\-hilr. and us he opoiiinl manufactured by F'.1.Cheuey&l'o., :Saturday. May 10, ticket good for
}
I
'ri Wi .. .. law IU 1. Toledo. Ohio, i t. the only contitiitional *\ sela Dhbnrsed upon the Most Favorable Terms and theli I
I Uni'W that hi- one day, leaving Montgomery at
till'lI' .i.n: was pauie. i ;
i cure on the market. It i is 11 :*) : ni ht. Fare for the Obligation Taken Payable at Port of eetmatlon Ten or Fifteen Day, t.
I Sunday
BLOOD GLEAN "
UP 'J'I! $10 an.1 raise $40.:
.r' our you i taken internally in ilo,.p> from hI after Vessel Arrives there. \ '
'' round trip, to either place 2 W.
"II,- w.!> i-iiluT a liluiTer he had a' drop to a teap;'imfiil. It act* directly $ I..
From ,
Cantonment
t'-.01! liM-il.. : luit I was bound to see it'. IIn the blooil! and miicou Hirfuce or Century ame Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent In Connection
as Pens.tcola. Secure tickets ai <1yleepiug ; tt
TS WANTED. 11I"1' _'1 ::111,1 airain: r.lil".lbilll #1O.ft.- : of the !"y teia. They: otter one car berths from L. & X.< with which we hare PriYrte Apartment for theUi i

t' 1"1' t ilin-i- ntin A's the nnrs-e enure'o. hunclreil dollar; ; for any east it fail. ticket agent. There will be no more of Ren tl\rl. !'
as-kc'l hut the matter. to cure. Send 1 for t' 1't' IIu1I11t1 te- brl
r.1
a'fT TAlMACf \\ xxiis two and three day excursions this I .
a <. l.M; M H iKi : 'i 1 rw,1 him: $|iininl hixen't heard timonial*. Address, season. For further information apply
F.J. C;JltlityCo.:: .. I
i r. wu lI"r.hl. run III III.: I i-xpl.iincil. to i
.. .. Toledo, Ohio. !
ESTABLISHED
> 'It i. 114""ly Hour. KIM orPETE 1863.
Vtul won't either she replied.
of; ..-1..1.-. yon :Sold by drujj 6ists. 7uc.I ; THOMAS
'\ flu Mite rnistsl 1 him out of the pune.: ,
M n n.nl..I",!!'Iv -- Excursion; Managers;
S. 4th St., Fhiladel- '1'1"' |"Hir chap hl.II"III' dead" IUl|.linlnu; (Comic McKENZIE OERTINQ & CO. ;d
horsfslioe, "and the .
'inn of the pot. infrac
: -
.l I a iO II''' When a l't'lIkt Commits: an -- -- -
win-rex It:1" miiif. As too i> DEALERS IF- 0 I' ,
H. F
tlon of the camp rules: says: ,
ln t tluT! Invu* I'h'.ilin:: or had a food i j Illaeklmrn: in writing: of the Georgia; ,, James Hughes. 14 I

"iM'nl' I an only! jnie.-s. hut as they'' 1'11kt! cimps in I'rank Leslie's! IV-pu Ship Chandlery and General Hardware : :

I'll linn out I tin I over to the .
at meta IT tar Monthly he !Is (puuishedrith a : FOUNDRY 1
\1,1 ; old made up tit ;i-i'inl: to return i' !eitlier trap on the bare lusty bent j I 808 AND 80S "-. PALAl-'OX STHt.I: T.

i.. i,In. .-k,'r> and Mick thiriYON don't : o\'t'rl to rel. This strap is about twv Ii i i Machine Shop & Boiler .............., .M'LC ENOY mow- i

I i vi' to MiJT il dr-i\ I 1II.1 to 1\:11 that i, ineUs wide and eighteen; inches long I I REVERE COPPER COMPANY: JOHN A. ROEBLI G'S HONH CO.'B .1

1 I 1AROCHE I IOAOIAL 1:ii.i.e. you .know:- _llclioit_ _Tree tress ,i made of UltinsThe! ; punishment 1t1 l&'s. About N Works, I I GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RDH8EL HON'S PUMPS 1 i! I
from to twenty-flip -
Prurri"iatttIi ( nulliin.ri :20 t per one cent of the crowd require) pun. | No, 801 S. Palafox Street, i! Gum Ccrdtii Piliti Oils lntic.l/ littniiitt, hart, litlirs, IktlttCOMPASSES. {

",\ v."J: surf: tliat: y':Ir iirfiuments isliiic; each: month and fifteen lashes | I LOOM JTU II I
(
1'EXSACOLA FLA. I Ii I i
.I P. < ,neu are i... I lid,I to itnpe! peo'e\ with ,i to the subject is a rather fut: estimate. :i C. McKenxie Oertintf Collecting Agent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent ASBO II i

x .. )p m-tiliout! principies || The offenses covered by such punish- SawMill Work and Repairing elation. ,

., err m I t: .:t t want to Impress 'em too ,i mout are gambling, swearing! idling.! ; I

-' .. xxill: my !punctiliousness. an inuliordnntion! and tilitlu;;. a Specialty. II '

? 'i. .! :S.-nttor; S'irzhuiu.:;:: "If any '1 His proneiies< to ssitnblo: \I" ns greatas I WE WILL FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE! )

et1 s u iins! ; to sdll'ut. 1 don't want It i I.* to petty theft whether in im

to f.fl! MnreJ ahout inakiiiij a''|; pri!'oiiiieiit or enjoying freedom and} 1 ,* K : was fwlay fir onr hamt- I t

|1.w t iuiVaslilnston; : Star. I|I d"ul-t the justice of punishment forsneh TQG Best :w erne launmtrd vtiat. hrantifultr. .aialuKuiatxiK _- from KEADTIiEIiTTm our aid I I I I q f I i I
p.tniL.
--- ,i Infraction There are some auras nimius we awe foe wino I* r ..iietil that d i'l
yon
l I our >oat* w Urlrel".aL 1
,
1-z !incidents of pamblin: : in the camps pun-li.i.rT cf a li-i .if arodraLn :ft attw y I'ttI
I j MAC )
'
\ UOLVf( A LESSON IN HEALTH. or r."Uc "f I'prfun IIwll ouji ij R !at c a UM.Umra. I !
.wd skin irames |Icing! ) the rule! I chnurctrnn.ofheland

\ : OF f MUSIC I ; ti"Ilealtny> frotH the kidney blond,filter and unless the inipuri-; they i!:i crap lut which! a negro too a will fly!: bet will on light:anything on ;first from to I W'1 1 181 l ey r 'r.m.nprcu..onalnltumart.t.1'IUr8a.Lvvvarv'ydwm, ".,!...,' ,.-..uh..1, kl.IVea ur-wnm.1.11:11': T' ."&Itn.ro.lPu.101I, lake : II r,

; the ai-nt s !H buis
; 4114 6 oulj 84 of Soap
Jo thi< j:rtod health i i.. iulpo"Bible. who \\,11I1tll,' first to catch :+n In sec- p 1 -i- W'n aWL >-1'Ir.e li..rp i,tnuy a ) ,
.
rehnt & tfnknt.fulir fuel t ,
il .nerd
; Lr.S Dirtdsr. I'nley's Kidney Cure makes sound I in another's woolly:! bead. They get I Ratamt-rv. IFoi'l trsLnl'cef.-.mdyuwlun, ] {

i kUney and will positively cure all i l their money for extra work;:, done at : of And all tne kinds Best, served LJqnon b; _:.l (rt I am u; .Tfrrmncll...u..r urdcr 5m..4:own wild m u.h ..miii |':;ininu" Room tteanmr! < h in.'''mint :Table-,
.
f'irni' of kidney and bladder di#p:1-p. 1 I will, for which they are paid on free Polite and Courteon'1 MJS J.fI.U; BE,'w. t"urkC.l-Vf Cnruiiia.Afh Inmrr.ar.. ....<.tng kniTri Marldlwa a.id, t

\ VI I tin Pip. strengthens: the whole H tPIII. labor basis. 1 Atteudants. i I toed. r."e'ted lda.StLa.arlLta... )1r r,!tome"OUIO aal' r..e\lo".llnotm"'hIA..e l .Low a v.ry f t.-:.t.raI If rash ron"up, .r.,. ( +i
i 1..1. weal r."ood. eat 'b"r ..au.p'I. hue allt _. J' -n. WUru" y..... Ann.mryrrywr..1. .
'sitart' : \\ A. D'Aleinbt-rte. Ii'l! :S. Palafox ODcb m n .mu..re i for WiH Nrndaaothrrorlrr M e allow .IsI'I'
first, Wants Others to Know FULL MEASURE AND III mankia.a few wya 1 aU1 mare. Ilan pko".I: "rah .... to ilrliTt-r tho Y"IIIS If.....'. and lIme mlln-t in hloil J'I '
I Mr. AONEd UlfCUlXOb. money IItfur. 1oA1UIII us.. U..tdur.Sts .
1 l ttFtlroidtd "I have used DeWitt'. Little FilE DDIUTT. .
\ SALVONA SOAP CO. Cor, 12th S PinE
nn ST. LOUIS MO.
C ANpY CAPMARTIClaw. and
Early Hier? for constipation i ,
;- .-,. D NNHEISBER BROSAGENTS fI
torpid liver and they are all right. I

'VHSC 1: am glad: to indorse them for I think FOR THE CELEBRATED I !
when we find a good thing we ouht
writes Alfred I. f. Harper llishy. Paints The finpst line of umbrellas in the *rIS
: :as'lu.' AU to let others know it. oils, glass and
tee (M.Genuine. I anaelW Heinze, Quincy, Ill. They never M ain House-401 R. Palafox street city Ii at J. 1. ttepheni'; Go look; "

i'i.s II'It"J. damped C. C. C. Never sod: In bulk. gripe or distress. Sure, safe pilU. R.R. Exchange-Opp. Union Depot. builders' hardware at the atihemtt'iJJf i.

Fi-t Baptist Bc&re of the dealer who tries to sell riargis' Pharmacy, John Sheppard, P. O. Box 281. Pensacola, Fla. I BUIMfr the >onbrn Wood
Phones 116-2C8. Hardware Co.'s.
"som !unJ Just u good" Sidney Kahn. I j\ an.arjnj-baJmn.the crna: .n care for Mf, r' i '


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9 /' DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA FLORIDA WEDNESDAY,- MAY 7. 1902.

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( FOLLOW ADVICE AJTEKPAVING
5'er 25?2525 25 '?5 1!r WO.N-I FOR IT.I FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH OHU

: t 5 l PENSACOLA MARITIME. I In a reeezt article !a prosinettph7iciiaajsIt

SOCIETY EVENTS is tex to izspos.bie : *-

for the physician to w tn ?: itiecw -

G Gt MAN HURT INANAGCIDENT raMaytoiE. 1.1 PORT.._ .. _'o.H : to of carry hyzitne out or any die prescnbriicoare ; to :!te: GOT THEM

I R$ AND) PERSONALS i I smallest extent : he ha* bat Ole r-

J, Ak1r1D. Ort left namely, the drn treli :-
.1. .. 1 L.t1 B W.Hty. E.rtr4. :!Il.3' u-j
: Wt n medicine* are
:io:: rr i; melt
the toe
( for chronic cocnipation
D 1. NcNe.f Century iL rte r'IAU : mild and zentle obtainable aath a?

E.z' ': 1. :: '. Graer, by P-i ( 1aLJm Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver ALL
1 :. ,1a7. Condactcr! C." y SV.e I_ c'ar2of ': irCohr. 111"0. Wit:: T1..a a Hroott Tablets -noald be employed. Their
( t..... ,.. .. U.:$ I
J I. K.)b4, a pr( miaeat: newr ,- a econi .j'-ction of fr,=:zn: trainNo. bites: .t'.IInnI. Lt. D<--kka. by W :* ne i? not followed by cocstipatioa
&er4er (0 hr IKJeu ra i'.ou@r- leave the bowel in! a naa-
I t: 'oodz las they
: .(.. DUD of hr;-wton, U in the city 1.o a. wan ::4 ': < ft .a.:: ;.mbrr, ]5..)<>It; I I ral and healthy condition. For sate
n, wi hurt ii: as aecid-c:: near: .
lusi-r v.I lu* Kjit
t 4.y. 1 all and: me jicne :deier !-
pan: it bra.a. :: Laz n.... by Gs.i by drai-w
1 G<--oriaria,,, Ala, Ii : t: Hut: >onT+uiple4fTallahaaseewa'i !
: tM b.Iy cotton: tt ihlit GUESSING !
i ,-. tMI City ye-:"rlay en route toHir not thoar.t that hn 1:;'li'H ;are .It toa&fco :,n Itt e i t>r.. 1."; pfc?, I
I ,:3-r.i4 bY-II. fci pet .o lot*. 44 pct mi HELLO': Is that YOU LOUIF
Nrw Orieatlifroprld nrtsy.: :: pciG4i ltare4..J': aft with near -aur-
it i* rrIj!: d i What s the cutter
: enoaa* i
anyways
hal t.mbr! 7" tor ba: i cotton for Man.ce4 ,
,cnsio left to-day frlr.tttc. ;-r .ao4 ,.'iifs croite4 Tar basil::. day as the opening daj
that he: II is able to be in eilt'i: of his ...::; ,;,. I.; I
1s+ *, I'ptoa aril:: N-h'in: on a : THE SVMA r.OSSURF .\ OUR SALE OF LADIES' H,1
irain which H en roe here and:
bu..a"
"i trip. THE SHIPPING. LSHBLlsHMKMEathin
I BATHING AND O\FOii ;Tti ..f ,4 .f
*. It Me.Vnl of Hoiliar, AU., which will reich: her *.ire tic: *
VEs-ELS: IN PORT."TZAKlHIIs I ? in the warm gulf waters i i-
tar. amocg hci I conceeded to be the fi !ert ia the!
t 34,rer.snt.. White brother W. C. Il: Ga:... :;. Lrasas. to i:
to _
Clay i* :a Trill Ci world. Everythinz for pleasure wits 950

":r. tJQlil the cbiUr hI attendtfc Whit, dpcty nar-hll. K,: 1'f: Lc3baWmr.1: VDkker.tow K-j-I' safety. Good board and lod? I:1b: by
i#r a Co .
week. Luncheon
toe "Cio Jreth" mittiee ritar- 11 ;TH, \sJ-roa to Yen the day or promptly
: Hob iiii. :
here Monday: in chirks of a heavy
W 4a ola Linner 1:0 served at :all hrur. day *r nit.I .
:
t I 'lay .t the 'Jp.r hlju.tl H. BT-KTON "All:,
,
CHARLES
train forMot)5er7. and i-oa -HIP',. I

b11a1 Carl OoIJtuk co5taut S>* K.Bj C-n-iJ. PI)-I.i. to PsuiOium !s 2m-tf Maaag-r.
r the return trip !a-t ti.nt when theaccilen ..-r LO:
"'*fiD/ shortly for a vi-i: toW 2: L.ZZ.* P.all.l.i. B.c :o :'* } L'-K ....-Mich I'liiiMial.tln.... .it *iii'h all l"u-ul I I'

4' ? .r t4. lit Tsllaha4, -.,... : t.app:1. BA1.U // you wish the very lest

The u.u,1 reticence i i-ob-'rved in o.A?I'.=- i:'-, fc.02Ss, toe L Co ice cream freezer at thevery
W I'biav. prominent Nor Ai-I Ti To-i-M-a; too 1r WHY SHOULD'NT IT.
I t !toti de.ler of Micoa, riA. arrived: the matter b7 railway mi.. bat it i- 4er A1-:", ."r. LAS z hoop. toorirKu lowest price, the Willis
Aibton.9a! -:a.l. tori !" LCo
'. .'.' eity tni rLrirntGf. l luc<:1 that the caboo: atuched to Nor E.r m a. xv Jo5a on. u Order Hardware Co. can please -- - -- -- -
It (ii:4-ppeDAsbu:4o.Y.'.. Motu.toI.: '
) train -to. 15' turned: over Joe: as the );-CO K'Ol you. ____ _
Ii J T. Kane, r pre<*Qtiiij the ;sari;- '
It Ihait.t ba'?. "!<, Rolano, to order'F
11 r .r ".*iBl( loactitoi of M..mphM, tram! left Oeor/una and turned ...* "ra..o:: Ho blom. 10 :s i LCo i iIt CONCERT AND DANCE AT
Il.a. .z.. Maceacnt, K .,. ., $
to ) rot
t..., i, ir the cay toJiy.Mm trtttiin bide opwir-J. CoLdacUir: It M a-t.nj-r* : /-no. to or:1: -r :, MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURDAYNIOHT. MEYER SHOE CO
>or Mrra'ire.. 1!;;, Joasion. to H H | TRAINS AT'-:: AND
f flrjlhtlHCl ao J with, after a White was in tie cat at the time, lr7Jer 9. LAST: TRAIN RETUI.NS AT
hir Mi-.iir 1.1.; Era'I", :J. tJ K P
:
(4 ; l..4ot Hay ',f :i w-fo i 11 :;jj. TICKET 2> CPNTAT Feet Furni..hrr.. for ( a.h tlnl.
"aud to their home IA.t r.l.tt. Nor Piji3, 7u. B= i>. to S P-*sotter DEPOT.
badly jolted :add thrown sziia-t the "-o : --- -
!: .sA3toa.& d- :
Hwryitnu.ots! fjj-i tJ"'Jiht a walls he had bid patcces torn fr .:::n to o"l-' Pardovaod.rartO.i Subscribe to the!: NEWS loc per 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREETAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
fIt AnJrew I: 1'n. .-IS. Lebo.to or1-r I IK' week.
I.U at nt.
; jjroprty hit (ace :and about the! read He wi- % .li"(X>l. a-, "iti?"rad. too-J-r I .
boy abad: of the arrival of the rail- R'i4: \J'.. .iI:. +A. \&itoa: ''c., ta; P saoi'.er '
alone in the car at tne t:5e. and no Co
; *d. knd H ovr there improving it. L 1I" I'
one elae I au2red in;urisAs -. I: :'33rn! '! B UK. Cost!*. t) orJr.CN : A. Wade & Son n
AA1i
li bllt Item : Mrs Florence L'- ,
soon as the new reiced: cer", Ytaae I
tarots of 1'.o- cIIII" in the city on Am i-ii'a Eartorr:: l).-Brji. to m.4trB' ;

.. '.!t !tad i I. the 'ue-t of hr father,,, the bare facts :as could be Cleaned Oi,.+rcor Bu. SI'S.. Ifuoter.. to or1"r I I j REAL ESTATE ."
Am J mA (> rSrid i/ Dill to orl-r:
1 Ir F J. h. Il jl.ti.*.r. on -spring Hill 1[ were communicated to tee relatives tOa. :o. fJS. Ot'coa. to order i\ Mosquito Netting \
\ k Iary, E llr..a. hewbary, to Jao
ail( 1 Brokers
N ,9.ene.II of Mr. White, and: farther :1l'ri: :; \ Vr'itt Co: i Rental Agents Moiey ,
Am P-ill-toa Broi 'fi Ka"":&al. toL'J I
F iJr. Kmory Crehs Er l':1J.I1.7:. 1 ote:. to mli:": I ,
f .rmi. lil" wijd have bin i pending ma'Je by wire this morning: It wa- Azi 'A'31 J LTinoacl ;r. .tb.:1.to. d 9 L -- 4 F 4

....k at C.i.; H. IS irton's ,"1i1"r..Jn r.J' 1
understood from the! tenor cf dispatches : City, Surburban Property and 4 t r
'inirUi K' ta '-''In.J. left l PEA
CLEARED ANU lUlLED I'OK
'. i..trd'T f ir '.''iu<>. zing \>j way ofw : received; today that there 1ACOL.A. \ Timbered Lands for Sale. 4 )

\* HIIIo.au" Tfiy w
.:: '. .s.m. .IJ New York Apr :.. ::: i -
wi'ti Morton < /jf| vie hotel ud and that the y >coaJuctor will be 'i
:.a" Horn G-r, H Loadon March .: 4 )
'aillMnd'ttheir frieals hr ', 'i'o: -. B*. nil Mat-lr9Apra I ;'jHoray Rents Colleeted Pro:: pt Returns MadeValuable 4u3: ) 1 i
t able to ou r-ume 1 is riilir: CfA,:.". Br: :5ft bat??. ill': Rot- I 4 \,
to tin ')y th* orf "ttilrif tti the ...-itr.it t-rJ.in:: \pr.lj: I f ,? I l J tr
f,..04 dttn "r4 Clurlilijrtou t1'Jtio' H..!4.t;hor;. s.cd, 1'.',, Schrell, C rdlT << (it} :J'rnifrtIni 4 I i )

The railway people jenTail: con- t'.F-b. 'I: hr..1J! 1l April iiBtkki I 4 )
kiln Itf well II'J'" to Jiid up. rm .tt. >lr1 proud ami t11 inpr"tt-d l,
ZUIHU..ot lIa:. 4&n. Sid B.ibN March ::
damned the a--e of the liLt cab)iet 4 f
I )
A |>r<..rniuiit yourjj; i'jcl<:t1 Inan j I tear :>.llr.
t wi, kU"'Iol on the ..n J of a heavy freight train. \I..t'Jr1-r LI'"U1Ci'! =Nor L'.,. Ro-rio 4 SEE .
o s- by iwrjb'iJy atftMk ; fWt SPR1rG'
Mscit i Lit with l's Houses for Rent. ,
I : ..'A4 tt> Grit -lli-troliin to They maintdin that thi style of car: -\n.ta K,1t, :3. a: T"crlirNOT: toEar.altera.It.4L1atone I i your 4 f t
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''t.trirt ti.*, nrw f44hinua1:" dl-- I-1 by no rneins 4ife. and: tbi claim C'osat:, It. '... lit :MftnviliFi Ian II 1 4 - \
f"ol.mb", It. i', .1' lont.n1. Ir'l, 3bi. We Guarantee Satisfaction.
ate t"h"-YUt"I I. hat t,1I 1'1 gi tting semi to b.. one well taken for tli* ., :I'r.I"! B: It, 1444 aid Bu-noj Ayrs < .READY MADE BARS.
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'i." it. Tiio,yinj,iti-i u lli.i ni<:di- Mart; ; = .
is the -<-cond accident cf t'.ii i kind 'livMoaat.; It. s.J I>.th: Jaa U I 1
< .Jfc4iti but in rUiu Knh'li-h It is C.rg.n.a, It. iij Ma.a s, April I !
('taa-pnc fal1k!I"." It H alridy which has occurreJ wn 1-_ tLe I :a?t 8Ca0oS1R9'rvo' !I Paxson & Hall'sTransfer. 4 I IN ALL (TRADES :'\ ) :

b -a.. wrilteu about If] till medical two weeks.LOCAL Jor1&D. Am.id: New York: ApnlN !: :I
-". W Howlelt Am .:;t New lorlt:
j.>i.rbal. gaud ptiyiicuiiwtrn pin?- AIJ' .: I I < THE BIG STORE |

l'<,ftff pl.yer that the tjim involve PLAYERS O.A.ST-OnXA. !I <

a gnat.trean on the shun.bone mus- 3eari te la K" ti 'i34 I'e1"4 &:;II .

...... "II j that [il .y
3.-e I White Goods
and Laces
.p faa.t ,'",t fear 40,1 c7tuinri. <.I.).. GOING TO BREWTON.wlyy II:, .. II I I SPECIAL ATTENTioNGIVER : < > z

tr.. dl... T< ".
+e It 1Ik"ly t'l rjirur fre- I > ) <
t1....nU'. --- HELLO: IS that YOU LOUIE? < For Commencement Dresses < *
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\V: :at the matter with next r! -
and
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... Baggage Hauling.
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..I diy a5 the opening day'Foley's : 4 ---- )
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tl.f hat than in -tint humor t; T r.I'.a tomOf'R.

...l and" .' ti'.... To I hIt "nr,, chit It'" t.2,1 'ti'r I Machinery, .'..tfe'. Pianos and I 4 FRENCH LAWN . . . *. >

itaatletlit tike 111),1'I :?-iHH' -...:. 'wel'venb3eL Honey and Tar II Furniture Moved Promptly at 4 OROANDIKri . . . . . . . '. )

.niU, L M 4 ./*" bl j inch tCrin: cures colds, presents pneumonia. -hort Notice : aUo Conduct. .. l j WASH CHIFFON . . .J. . . . 4

td-: city will Tie finest- line of *tPrlm- silver ; S\\'I:;:;. ... .. . . . . . . . . .;
\ .. ? rutt- I'Livery -CI.Ar--.
TELEPHONE WIRES OVER 1.. 1'f\ ... tik.: their! de. rood- and "liver novelties n to be i 5 I'ER-IA-t, LAWN . . . . .. . .1... f

r found at J. nfphenV.: ,,'. Prices to Feed and 4 4MNCH LAWN . . . . .. . .to : )

WHITE RIVER DOWN I _. : parure for plea! : -e all.Cleaning. 4 VAL LACEs: .. . .. . . . .. .. .. .. ...- 1 )
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\ II I J.rewtwhere: ladies skirts and waht; Sale Stables. 4 BARGAIN- IN :-' EMHItODEHIE-: : )

l---" t.y: will CfJ"; I h one of our specialties. sitar Laun-
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\\'t I n.. Hj\. i I'. Inwil "i.!.lltl 'J1H t" V' b..t.7 i wit !. at..s Corner Zarragossa ark Jtfienon Streets, 4

1.r.. tlt-eli ..f( f', ,1,1) ..ut tlirreljr-H:e (>fUl Th ', ::: at t t. at 'ur IIHF con.lln.: i tbP.f captain. of the 0"n.Nor>r) !I Opposite Pka.-.c TelepHwi 251. 4 !JUtlliaiii Ioljn0on Son. !
!place. <>-<> \\ 1.'J wilt b. Br.r; s ts l M&taara: sill b. rl!>
.. Wbeth the wir n were
>'.nsi'>rdcbt> coatractetltl
ml Owens 4t
: pitchfrMooLfy..
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tS. ,nof 'IOd v1CI.AaI.
lu ckU do A timlxr. HARRY HALLMARK.Transfer .
<> it by pising Kl I F.' ..AARD.P't yVVV VVVVVVY9999VVVVVy
catcherliver, tlr-t ba,9 ; :;JUC"l .
rtt., or WH rut by nnliciout : M C'i CaptainC
pi rM :' ,': .
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bai"1VellM PIL-
ic<)ti< ; rr tl irdbate -
......... Dot kit"* II. but thH in Itt"r ii
; Moorr', short stop ; and Harriiuin : -. NNNNNN iN.N.Nt'NHHNNH.N.....1...[te N/4.
e btoia.- inv..,tl ; it..d. .
: aId Bicker, fielder! Tie .

t: H.t, |i'spit<< HIM- l :)yare very confident .,f winuiu,* 'ii'U'r'.y i $ J 0.00 Suits ; 5 $3.50 Shies i ij.


1... "11..1. I'I'Mrn, e..11'..... out and -ay they will show the t. :

1" .rw J'eoj'le ktiOW ll'JWIIUPy part Hrewton boy what |IJ'H"'bali' rllYJn: ; | for $6.50 | 1 for S2.5U) !

.Drip :ire nude sick ,111.1 k"l.l"I Kk bye u. They will return Friday evening ; Your 5 5 j .
Keep Eye .
'I I!..e Jniikiii, A twne.l nurrf>- or Saturday nioruiuy. !.NNHNNNNN .........+.....IN

i ,tir t,*, i'.n..uc"; with a number The probabilities: aow are that the .

"if ,'r"on4. Kh(. lays, : .
jime( next Sunday will be with a '
"ij'iit" n 1'111'; tun M I (ti-covcred iI.

tti.tt rolle w.IH the CHIIHH of the violra.t team from Hiloxi, Mi-., At Manager tV ON THIS | pilpltntliiu of my heart lindfr"'JlI"t .
Oliver !has :about closed a contract
| *ick idtcl-H; mid at. Arabian Proverb.
tark-inr in lid w eut xito hot wntnr not kuowin e
/ then tlf I'o,tlllll Food Cotfee.if certainty tlm afternoon whether! or SPACEWATCH I

mtx a whi;" after I
ydltcolfeetny not the Hiippi boy can ce. I. .
hu-ban.l 1 organ t.. complain of collie .
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t'nnnug up in bn mouth more or len* He that knows not and knows not that he knows :1lt. :

during the Mennon. and it nude Is a fool-*hun him, .
3 vrry Uio.:ree'iblA for bun One day THE WEATHER ....AND.... i :

I .*"I. ':-;uppose w" try that lotum I .. .
Find Cotfee which i-t i Jvertned HO I I. f

much' ho we did auj! I prep I"j it : He that knows and know not that he knows t

dcrurillllif t<> tiirectlcMH. The beverage TODAYto OUR SHOW WINDOWSMonday Is asleep-wake him.
pruvej dfhciuui and we liked ito :

much and it agreed with u-t sowrll i 'k :
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we have uted it for over two

year now. 'ORICA"Tb01l'er, to night' He that knows i
and knows that he
knows
My palpitation; of the heart, headach +pFOe NETh
Tbunday' i.r totivtit: Maxi. mend? aortrly ., '
I Is wise-follow him
<'M and HiJljeHt'oa hive (tunsAltogether. ;
t, It ii very ( a4) to mike I

r.r boiling 15 or :L<* minute with a.mall : .:f. :i
of butter in the
to prevent piece Ito boiling put over.MycciHn pot Temperature in last 24 Hour: Bargains : He that knows he can buy his Clothes from i

iiontelexrapb i Minimum +.d@;r@'"a McMillan and Beers
operator. Minimum _.. ... HJ"lrtlt'! I at Cost and don'tIs :
hud nervous bayit .i
dy-tpepitia,
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an ass-(de) ride him. 1
.f to uy from work every few Temperature Elsewhere I .
Jay. He Rave up the UM of cotfee : .
and commenced Uiiult J' ..tum. and Mat Mia - - ........ .........- 41 1
mice that time he has not bl'9Uuoubl..a .Ulinu .. . ,4 tv< 1 1& t tI
with dYlpePfti4. HI.marcll 44 uClaeinnstl I
CllIcalt') n s I II
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One woman told me she had auf ._. ... .... i i r1Uatceaton. YOURS ANXIOUS TO PLEASE I ................. N.NNNHd.
l+tfA with indigestion for three ._ 71\ AA NMS
Huron . . M 14
Tearihhe drank nothing but tea. acUoovllh' .1 W
made Potum for her and showed KaoA&lllty: .... M tt $2.00 Fiats
her how to make it. Hbe liked it and Key W@it ,t 71 L. FRIEDMAN & CO. $5 Pants i iI
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: MemphK .. M n*
now uses it I in her family regularly Mobtl ... .... M ;j I
anti i< wetland happy. I Montgomery ..i *, for $1.00 !
I for S3THE
i could name a dozen or more New nrleiai -. ,\IiS.'orll :

s-milar ca!es." M. N. Clark, 3J "a.aQO,Ab! ._.. 71,4 ;q,4St. .1

!s ,.,I Ogden Ave Chicago, 111. 1 Louis a ,. 1 < *> < > < ..........!.............s. .1I I

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