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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
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Language: English
Publisher: The News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: May 8, 1902
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VL.36. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA THURSDAY AFTERNOON. MAY 8.1902 NO 90 I 4


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FRENCH CROSSES i' HETTY GREEN PROFITS OFOVER DOMINICAN CAPITAL '



CAN TOTE A CUN $1,700,000 !


OF HONOR STORY -- IN HANDS OF REBELS

-pecial to The sew!. tfpoclil! to The News.

New York, May 8.-Word has! been New York May 7.:The report of 1

-- Railroad -
the Tennessee Coal Iron and
sent to every otticer in Greater New I 1''
company for the >ear ending Dec. 3f. '

[jnbarrasses: the Embassies and SetsWashington York financier today, generally that Hetty having in Green her, i was made public today. It placed the General Horatio Vasquez's Troops I !

mining and manufacturing profits at

Agog. possession large; sums of money Jl.610,105; other Incomes of JS3.533: Are Victorious.

stock, bonds; jewelry" etc., is licensed made the total income $1,725,03S.
I After payment of S19.S64 In divi
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I dends. JS62.189 for Interest $359.231:: -

teeth n. for royalties, $151,094/ for reserve and
i! Many other women have asked charging of U:).4'1 for depredation, '' Sanfago Santo Domingo May 2.- IN MIDST OF DENSE tI
:May ".-T.b war and DEMOCRATS Tho Dominican capital capitulated today
the police for permission; to carry there remained a balance of $243.i)9. to the revolutionary fortes comuianJed -

.' : i."Mi :ui> mue!. extrKronen There was expended during the year
pistols, but Mrs. Green is the first to by General Horatio! Vasquez. FOG TRAINS COLLIDE t
.. I for new construction: At Ensley steelworks \
cro,-ee;; of theH TO SPRING receive a permit.PULLMAN the vice president of the republic
Jti3H,405; at Pratt works. $41),- refuse In
i President Jimlnez sought
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:a"ir which! Dewey and 377; Bessemer rolling mills 12670. i
the French: confnlate: and want gov- Special to The News.Topeka. 1
and at other plants )4.2U9. .
it. .ret. GAREMPLOYES rnmon't officers obtained protection In I
SURPRISE The company's capital stock consisted I Kan.: May 7.-luring the t '

:..i> --ie--! are embarrassed i of $'2.55,800 I common and $248,300 the French and United Stated lega heavy tog this morning! an eastbound I i

-: ,ry which his The revolutionary\ troops
!
!| Hp<>c.al to The New&Wahington > I dOe ran into the regular eastbound I f,
1 1I I
.t ::..'. .t*I'%, migtt be traced capital quietly. There was no enthuslatiiu North I
freight train at a crossing in ;
I May b.-A new move MORE PAY CHINESE REBELS shown by the population I I
r :
r.uiute, attache. Topeka causing: a bad\ wreck and' killing I
in the Philippine !situation i! con- here at the entry of the victorious :
\\ .... Hou*e all is grim de- two men and injuring seven others. I
templated by the democrats and will army. ..
ispectat! to the Sews, ARE ACTIVE The dead: r

I: : It no one be perr ;soon be brought up ia open senate. The approach of the revolutioniststo Al McCandles, stockman, Natama. fi ;
Chicago, May !s.: -The conductorsand the capital wail announced after I.,
: t, t : \''':\ suspect that the They will refrain from attempting to 1 I two daB heavy fighting between the Kan.
porters! employed by the Pullman Unidentified stockman from Luray. f
:"'.: -\-r heard a whisper ofiMwwyin prevent the brinainof; ; the Philippines I| Car Company have agreed to Special to Tbe :> ew!. government troops and forces of General Kan. %.
Peking :May 7.-Bishop Favii. the ,
Vasquez. during which many were
bill to a vote, but will insist
connection with demand an increase!! of fifteen per French vicar apostolic in China has The injured:
killed or wounded on both sides.:
I that a Philippine committee be H.t'. Kucker Miles! Kan.; heal
appointed -
.. '' tits: F.Mioa of Honor. cent in their wages. If they do not re'eivellnformation to the effect that When It became known here that I

to go to tte'archipelago: this j lO.OuO armed rebels, with several can General Vaiquez threatened to attack badly, cut.
it will strike
I { get they go out on a
wt-vt-r. is i a serious I1od Kan., badly
very J. C. Fields '
fall and continue there the inve-! I non.t.re participating in the revoltat canto Domingo the United States
May 15.TUG I
1 i"' ur- all around. The Mile* I tiation; now going;; on. 1 I Chini? TIng;-Wu, Chi.LI province. It minister Clayton Powell, head of the bruised.
John Buzzard, IMIeuew, Kan.
is loultful if Yuan Chi Kal the governor -! diplomatic requested the Dominican -
corps
tirmly convinced th'it but The republican have not yet been' bruised. I '
; of Chi: LI. had sent a sufficient:, government to inform him re

.' -. t:.' whole of the army and I advised of thi intention on the partof UNCASNOW force to cope with the rebels. The garding the a.rraniementtiIopted! to John Hammerland St. Marys, Kan. t i

ofr the democrats and senate leadersare i bulk of the government forces with protect the lives and properly of foreigners log cut.
.i-Uht! he wearing! Crosses iI IN PORT I
Ed Arnold Chapman, Kan.. i
I ten Galling! guns, are due to arrive at !
not able to say what their policy I I here, adding that in case no i
on May J:{. I the scene of the disturbance today. I taken he would con- ly injured.
precautions were
will be when the proposition i is! :
a Joseph Hearst Cheyenne,
Tin", I leader of the uprising is military
w ?y s friend say he ii i satisfied eider it hs duty to take such measures !
brought : The Uncas which ly injur up. government tug; mandarin who killed his family to provide for their safety as the

''inors of his own country The democrats are confident the '!' arrived at the navy yard Sunday before raising! ( the flag of revolt so as. situation demanded. The nature of Ford bead, cut.

I I I I The regular train had StarrI ,
to their in the --
prevent punishment -
republican. will not seriously oppose afternoon, was successfully!! docked j the reply was not mad public General -
I the crossing! as usual. Just as the
event of his failure: :
the appointment of the committee |there ye.terdaythere having- been Alejandro Wosijil was; appointed I
train wad starting up the extra, cum-
decor.104s I
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minister of war at about that time.Int..n .
and are very sore they can putit : no trouble whatever in lifting the ing at the rate of 40 miles an hour I
:!, Mc'temont 1 vai'.9l: here
> > through; without difficulty. heavy steamer from the water. FOR PALMA'SINAUGURATION among tho population and in government Struck the caboose. splitting! it completely i'
In two. Three cure ou the extra
The intended committee will be- As soon as possible safety supportswere circles when the news of the approach -
I train were badly broken. The engln
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A COAL STRIKE ;i gin the inquiry next. September. put in, and this morning a big :!I of t the revolutionary army LeI was derailed. Engineer: Zimmerman r
. 1 came generally known. '
I ---- crew was put to work on the hull I I of the extra sass he did cot se any of .t
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I I the lights on the regular! train on account -
1 and machinery to complete certain i
J MINISTER POWELL TO Hpecial to 1':166'11'i.: I ;
of the fog. None of tl i'' '
I repairs; which had been ordered by ; REBELS
; t May. -At l'J.2": to.ve New York. May 7.-Colonel Benjamin moon were InJurE'd.11 the inj it! r

committee of thei I: LEAVE SAN DOMINGO the department. H. Roberts of the Artillery! eorpa, I stockmen. who were goIng "II. 1\\

i I who has just: returned from Havana : ( !miner* took a recess AN APPEAL FOREARTHQUAKE SACK TOWN .
II said. : "The Cubans are making great :
.- .fternoon.Mitelml I
Special to T&9 Newt. 1 preparations! for tha inauguration of

!l jf the United SUFFERERSTo EstraJa Palms They are putting up I __ RUMOREDRAILROAD :\;
Sail Domicgo, May &. United I II
: t H ued the following triumphal arches all over Havana. I Hpeclal to The Few

T.H! executive c->m- Mates Minister Powell, owing to the th,-liaritabl Public of 1'ensacola Ha. These arches are being paid for large. I New York lily 7.-Xfemoers of the CHANGE :!

situation: of ailiirs here, has suspended By the territtic earthquake of ly by the Spanish merchants. The crew of the British brigantine Alice, is, ,
iiiiracite! : mine work- I I '
intercourse with the revolutionary I April the lath two cities of Guatemala Spanish! residents of Havana seem to I Captain lanes, which has just arrived : il ill'ip i;
i1.; >h li.ive: proposed that: I be in perfect sympathy with\ the newgovernment from the West [
government and is preparing to Indies repot that I el"l to The New.. a
were destroyed and thousands I
.. between themi ; and satisfied with the
tt .lie : i while the brigantine lay about 85
i : Anthracite Coal, Mine i heave Sau Domingo for Hayti, to of people made homeless.; So greati idea of home rule." yards from the shore at Barabona. on New YurX. May 7 ;;withstand- +

i i which port !.e is also accredited. i i was the destruction of life and the southwest coast of San Domingo ing denials that have been mad that it\,
will !Iw submitted to ani there is a movi-m'-nt on Cu..t to for I
His departure ii is due to grave difficulties property and that the local a force of revolutionists entered the II[
crops blue the interests ,,-
of
i> aid of arbitration ; such BRITISH RELIEVE the LOlli q
town and began discharging rifles. Inhabitants \
exiitin? at Hayti. where a charity resources are insufficient to anti! :Nashuile: and the Ou<-ai,
-nlM'ted I \ by tt.-( > nidusf of the port ran shrinking It'
I revolution H said to be in progress. care for the homele and sufferers dfuiaioli| anti Louisville railro. i
:. "f the National Civic BESIEGED TOWN' from their homes along the beach t''
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---- ThiHerald de-lares that fromsource .
and an appeal to the charity of the I] II "The revolutionists first sacked the i
:1 ',1. I of high: authiult. It has learn- 1.4
ANDREW CARNEGIE world at large has been found neces principal saloon In the town," said ono
el!
; "-ition hn been ub-! of negotiations for the consolidation! t
I the
sary. Lists!! will be placed at each Cpocml The! NVw crew. of thene roads are I"'nhnaUII, that \1 Ir
"ji'ratorby, wire, "They broke all the windows, drank '
I 1.011I1011.Iay: 7 The tt
TALKS SHIP town of a 'Iftinite! ; statement of the
I It COMBINE of the banks of the city and all those detailed ,
I hind bituminous coal O Okipp Western Cape" Colony, which all the liquor in bottles and then will ; {
plan be fortbcoming
no distant
'. irwater county struck who are charitably inclined can donate tad been" besieged since April 4 by a smashed the bar. They rolled barrelsof date I :

any sum for this charitable Transvaal force under Commandant rum out Into the street and what I r'
I4Jhclal toTueLondon Sewn. President McDoel, of the Monon
Mr. Vincent J. Smuts has been relieved they did not drink they turned into I .r r
cause. Vidal vice- by a British who iljon.,1 on Monday that bid road
TING! ON THE STRIKE. May >.Andrew Carnegie the gutters 1
:: force tinder Colonel
Cooper The ,
garjnson
'consul for Guatemala, will take I would be controlled by the ouisvlll4 ;
May S.-Wall street who arrived here today said ofMorgan's was in good health and only ai I "Next they attacked the Jill and and :Nashville: at the same time admitted I
[ charge of all subscriptions and forward ff''IIof the took out all the prisoners they want. : ,f
Atlantic ;shipping trust : troops were wounded. The j that it would be for the mutual .
situation crit-
as
smug same. ed. The freed convicts joined the insurrectionists. it.
Boers retired south. Lord Kitchener ) }
"I'm --- benefit! of both roads! if they :
olfered: on not in it. I have retired from were operated t :
today
are : in reporting the relief of f
Purchase of Florida Lands. O'Okiep adds I In harmony. i
...f of the business and reformed but the com- !' that the Conrordia "In the attack eleven guards and :
the meeting Jacksonville. Fla., May ;.-Colonel 1 district, in about I! Under such an
arrangement the If'
i! miner-4-. now in prog- bine is purely for makingmoney: and I i W. S. Thomson a large mill and lum.I the same part of Cap Colony is clear'of one prisoner were kill*!. Two civilians Louisville and Nashville would have :. f F
I Boers I were killed In the woods which jl I -
her from X. C.. has
trade. The members don't care a man Greensboro a direct Inlet to Chicago
and
'Hi A wager: of 1\ ) to I a new i ;
thickly skirt
the town at the bane of i
bought lfli\000! of fine timberland
at there will be not fig for das;. It's dividends that count, j acres the mountains. system, with almost a direct line from I
in Leon and Wakulla
counties. Lake Michigan to the
Gulf
of ;
.thracite regions this though every citizen likes for his Mr.I Thomson will shortly have a lot of REPORTS OF RIOTING "The women and children who flM would be established with Mexico 1 I i
about 5,700 F I
country to be first in everything." I sawmill machinery shipped to Tallahassee along the beach sought the protectionof I
miles of track
to be Installed his lands IN WARSAW Captain Inn 4, who brought off aimany J I I : tI
Speaking of trust and railway I on DENIED1! I
with a vie to getting the lumbar u the gig would hold. A sloop Many Boers Killed and d. ;; il.
PAlROAO, ACCIDENT I legislation in the United States, Mr. -- brought off the rest of the refugees. ii
7.
II 'I into merchantable shape for market London May -Further advices received \ I r

I i Carnegie said: as rapidly as possible. Special toTaeXawj.Vienna I II "The refugees. 100 in number, remained here today from South Attics ,.

KILLS SOLDIERS "Congress may fix railroad rates" May T.-There is'no truth I about throe days. Meantime announced that SOS) Boer kid been : :

; I before long." To Fight to a Finish in the report published by a news 100 government soldiers had appeared captured and that ten burthen wets ;1

------ I San Francisco May 7.-A fight to a agency in the United States yesterdaythat anti were driven to retreat by the rev- killed in the neighborhood of LtaOlty ,i ;

... I finish! has been arranged in this city a demonstration i is favor of the lutioaists, who then disappeared." Orange River colony yesterday
SUBMARINE BOAT
I between Jack Root and George Gardner reestablishment of the kingdom of Po.. Bequeath I
$100,000
tt': .. -General Kltchet I the middleweight l boxers. The men land, occurred at Warsaw Tuesday, to Charity. Dr. Palmer Condition '
Toledo 0. May 7,
.- under yesterday's BOUND TO WASHINGTON I are to meet in Nevada on a day be- that the demonstrators were chargedby Anna C. Matt who -The died a will week of Mis! New Orleans, May 7.-Dr. l'F,

.' t' armored train met with tween July :2 and 6. Cossack, who rode over the people and who WM reputed to be the ago I Palmer, who waa Injured In a

: while leaving, Pretoria !! -- j flogging them with knouts, that I lest woman ia the city has been wealth. accident Monday passed ft DM

'.;. .rg. Special to The Sewe.Philadelphia : Kansas Gives to MoKlnUy Memorial. six persons were killed and 225 Injured for probate. She bequeaths filed less night but at the cottultal!

.:. WH: derailed at a curve I Topeka] Ku May Governor and that over 800 people were 1100,000 to the charitable about his physicians this morning LU eoo
May 5.-The submarine Institution
arrested Including children under 1) ditloa was reported to U f alts i
utenant and ten men Sualtf hu remitted 11.174 to the se&rttwr ef the city among them
being J5.000
.J torpedo boat Adder, bound of the McKinley! memorial fund. yean of &Ie.Enrybody. to the Toledo Womia'i '

from New York for Washington, Tfcls. U the amount raised by Kansas, ha She Suffrage agiootatita. You never heard of any one using !
I a right to a little leaves about 17.000 to Foley's Honey and Tar and not being
and Like a Stone Wall. Delaware ftt wloets contributed 13163. piece of this earth. Bat her -
passed Breakwater at 6 they must serranU. ; satisfied. W. A. D'Alemberte
.. your children and the i iI I I fight for it. They must!! watch their 121 Palafox street. i li ,
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1 ,f it<'lung and burning; ecze- o'clock this morning in tow of the I j lIce cream freezers that chance to get it, and get it. HELLO! IS that YOU LOUIE? I

.r '.aJor other skin diseases.w I tug Storm King. The boat will betaken freeze quick, at the Willis Thos. C. Watson & Co. What's the matter with next Saturday Marston $ Quina are sole e
by using!! Bucklen'sSalve
y. to Washington by of the I' have some particularly fine bargainsto as the
p earth's way Hardware Co.'s.O.B'I'ORIA.. I opening day?
greatest heal- I offer just now, and they invite agents for the celebrated
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si's-t cure for Ulcers! Fever canal route.
.. you to come and investigate same.
\ -ir Rheum, Cuts, Burns orI I Hare Boat You will never regret having done Plant a spring garden. Odorless refrigerators 1
I ,fallible for Piles. 25c. HELLO IS that YOU LOUIE? I BMus;ye ,
tl .MeiBberte's drug store, I What's the matter with next Saturday g! sstarr ;;; j so. The Willis Hardware Co. absolutely guaranteed or

J.ufox !street. as the opening day? L Try THE NEWS Want Column. can sell you the tools cheap. money



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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA THURSDAY, MAY 8. 1902


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i' SIX DIE IN A CLOUDBURST I NARROW ESCAPE FROM DEATH. I


t.. ;, Fifteen Houses Are Demolished at Ed Burnett Celebrated Birthday In a

Village of Foss, Okla. I Queer Manner. i
F Kodol I what
Oklahoma City, Okla., May 7.-It Is : Macon Ga.. May 7.-Ed Burnett eel-

now known that six! people lost their I ebrated his sixteenth birthday yesterday -

lives in the cloudburst at Foss on the i morning in a remarkable man
I
: Choctaw and Oklahoma railroad. Fifteen ner. In so doing he had a narrow escape

i houses were carried away and a I from very serious Injury and per.

+ Dyspepsia :1' Choctaw passenger train: had a thrill- haps death.

tt l i3r Il Mature never makes a mistake and the preparation which I!. I I He was leaning out of the second for Infants and Children.The .

its action cannot fail. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure never fails lowed.I story .window. of. a store when he losthis
"s t 1 gests your foci by nature's own process. Its affect is equally :I The dead: > balance and fell out headforemost, ( Kind You Have Always Bought has borne the *ijna.

b t both occasional and chronic cases of indigestion, dyspepsia and Mrs. Sutterfleld: and granddaughter. His body made v a *half turn in the descent '. tare of Cha?. II. Fletcher and has been made uml.-r Ins
+ 1 It trouble of kind. digests what eat whie! the for :10Oar". Allow
every you I personal! supervision over no iuu>
Mrs. Hatchirson. and he struck his right !
e upon
So dieting is nece,;-ary. Eat all the good food you want. to deceive in thi*. Counterfeits Imit.itimu and
Mrs. Morgan and shoulder on the awning over the doorway J you
sen.
been selling Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for the past two years and i
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t; ; used it," write Bowman &Sons, of Valley Furnace. W. Va.. 1 Man came unknown. and bounded off. He made. complete ;iI ".TU .t-ai-ellOtl" are but Experiments and endan-vr; lhN

t heard of a failure. We are so confident of its merits that we I Foss was a town cf gOO people. It somersault and landed on his health of Children-Eip rieuceagainst Experiment.

I i' bottle underour personal guarantee." Kodol D)spepeia Cure was built: mostly on high ground but I I j I feet on the stone sidewalk" and did not ., The V 'AfW SBoughf
KinLYou.H
S Cures All Stomach 1 extended into! the valley. The cloud- | sustain the sUghfeet Injury. iI I ISpectatSrs

4 s t: t t 1 S'n_'pan-d bJ?O. ix-WItt A: Co., rtlragq The H.bottle rl1ntaIM!'" times I i burst struck Turkey creek some distance I who saw Burnett's tall ': Bears the Signature of

t 11 I When you-suiltr from biliousiiws or cnii'.tipation use the famous ; irom FOBS at 4 o'clock in the afternoon thought that he would strike upon bit

I I'I pills! known as DeWitt'c Little EARLY RISERS. They raising the waters of that I head and break his neck.

h ti John f Kheppard.HargiV l'haruacyidney Kahn i: stream and the Washita river to a I ;

iJ -- - of 10 feet. The i'
t l \\,11 depth nearly flood Store Sold for $38.324.
'
; MISCREANTS WRECK T-RAIN. I ACTINIC RAY reached Foss at 6:30 o'clock, coming Atlanta, May Yesterday being! :,

la' ,It I with such suddenness that the peoplein the first Tuesday in the month was I ,""

( ; 1 Placed Angle-Bar en Track of Seaboard New Electrical Apparatus the valley could cot reach high I legal talesd&y in Fulton county and a I In Use For Over30 Years.

r 11\\ I Air Line. I ground number of valuable pieces of property ...f e..u. eo..... n .u.... nut..twOU CM
of Cerm
ment < '
I' I T ) Jal'tI'Ii\: .I::*. Kla. May ".-Pa=ifnfT I 1! Relief has been Sftt to Foes from were: auctioned off before the court 1
New Yrrk 7-At
lay
t '. tit t ,1ft, |: trai1. tj ol the aboard Air Line Oklahoma City and other points. house doors. One of the largest sales -

i1, )f1 -dltf( from Fen ar.'lina' to JarkfcunviP!! was I j hospital l a heel.r.4 \ i mad was that central store property

1 )f if throw f ff tht. train by an angl....barI : mi'!t' with the 11.(tlL NEW TRANSPACIFIC LINE. fronting 52 feet on Decatur street and The Star Laundry
W .
tJ; Ji/ jliVnl nn the rail: within half: a m'cf !> elwtrical apparatus I adjoining' the New Star theater. The., ,
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t. '' \ the ''!-jii"l t on the CJ'lt-ldrts of the, tbf actinic ray or the, If Established Vessels Will Ply Between ; purchaser' was Joel! Hurt who paid

v.1' 1.' 1\\r:. city, aid three rnfonHre injured one light! which has been 'Frisco and Hong Kong. {737 a front foot for Ihs land Biggest, Busiest, Best !

t ;t .. 4 t ti of than the ba f 2amaster; Frank ttici<.!al, is thrown ujcn : San t'rancIHo.Iay 7.-The Chronicle I He paid J2s,324:! for the entire prop- .
1 \ J. .. ,' 'jliI. R'rrks dangerously. parts tf the body. says Plats are being quietly erty. - -- -

4 At the the ddf-r.t pressed in the east for the creation" of
\t \ ( I + plate wrier oc- I The patient was the !' I
kT turrod rhtra<.k makes sharp curve I in the first trial of the a new trar.s.I'acifie steamship line between Hotel Burned by Incendiary.
t i \Ifc\ Caller
I' + .n.4 and pas"s through: a small oltt.c"tt: M. Casiptell, 14 years oil :San: Francisco and Hong Kong. Tifton. Ga.. May .-Monday mornIng Up Tip! :

t ': 'j \l I near srs/rat! planing! mil! The ang! I ht became: ill was a great ;; It is intended! to have a number of at :2! flock! the Hurst hotel atBayboro ;rtrvAf

t \ t" tar <.1' fishplate.. was laid on the Ees-itcgtr; in the stock: !; freight and passenger! carrying steamers was destroyed by fire and r i. From all jurt- :

. i I t tra' J K I on the nndiif of the rurve. It Is fonJ of the boy was the running: in conjunction with tile all the! furniture clothing and valuables
t Oar .
jrv'iin..i: d! that it was put there Ly they have just endowed a proposed Canton.Hankow railroad that consisting of money jewelry: delivery menwherf w "

I Iff. to!).f malicious:: prison.Th petuity in his name. lie is best: huilt in China Ly the, Ilryecsyndicate. J etc.. bf'ocflng! to the occupants, were at any tim.0 *- : .'

: .-:.Iu:; (' couldtut have len cial of Ant-on R. consumed by the" flames.
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piotegp There is n ,
Write .
( )M: thrown off th track One million!! and half tons of I or telephone u-
by a surer meats. I president of the hospital ; a steelrails doubt but that the fire was of !incendiary -
I h,, -J: /! \. 't On at: .1.11I10; the: plain the engine WES 'I year has defrayed i| for this new Chinese: railway will origin. deavnr tll perTe you I. : :.

rR Hltf.i and 1 rtbd!! on the croe-ties. tearing '', of the hugs The i form the nucleus cf the traSc on %

., : ij I f th> m iij ;:ud \ti nchin:; the tratkI'art j i is a df! ;:pcrate care.< n., He !I'I which to establish a new ocean lice of other! Laundry car:

:I'. t'. Finally th* engine toppled''? sis of the hip in a v.'r> .}\ stean.ers. STEAMSHIPS.

t. \ t into. ilirt.Kh! and with It the bapsase! ; j I tHis only hoe; is in the "- ALL WORK C. 0. D.
i .tt --- ---- Gocds Calif iftraii ft
: j. .
v car hl.it.nd'r\ .Ie overturnil. The Railroad Will Run Restaurants.
I and altNjiuh that: has b
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t '1. t tnuk- 11 th. PCKicf wer torn ol and : him but GL<'.>. already San Francisco May 7.-The Northern TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST.

l t t the t .ili ma-h-rl !into !ollir.h'rin'o..d./ tid a decrease in the" !; Pacific railroad has decided to 1AN OCEAN TRIP

I j t The two pt"-Bs: cod<'hs and mail!1 the wountl] The ..- take tndfr: its own management all WALKER INGKAHAM Manager.

t J'1 : ij ; and Oll'( '-; car Wl"tt.L'Jt overturned ,, minutes! alter which! the !! the eating houses and lunch places on I i To 11EWtYORKK, BOSTON k I I ,

t ned frt.m the orating; its entire railroad; system of more. < J{ --------

4 I 'I J ((4 t( Like a Drown'ng'! Man. second patit t'r.t. surTriiig than 9 Cfttl' miles in California Oregon ', j EASTERN RESORTS k '

.' 1 8 "J' \'" years ago a di-.fa. tbe doe cndary c.catf: .r of the Nevada! New Mexico, Montana, Texas W. B, I WRIGHT COmPANY

110 \t,l tori called dypep-ia took such !bold| ', brought in. The light and Louisiana: and assume supervision ,: YITh.
'. r. r .J Imo that I {'(,uld scarcely jro," ( jQ 11NJ vt
r '' brio candle 0"er.I of the restaurants on the Pan: MA.NCFACTUKEKS AM) I'tALff- %
knn.n
; writes (i e<> r'. \Iar-h. well ( .
t attorney of Nucona, Tex. "I took I Francisco Trans Bay ferry )between i OCEAN STEAMSHIP A

i quntltJp" of pnpsiu aud other midi Sciaiiv IUit-iirnaii this city and Oakland and the Ala J LOW RATES Sci'ERiOH SERVICE I, LUMBER LATHS
1 ,, rii*. but nothing helped me. A* a I Fourteen Tears r f f meda. 5 50 Hour of Ocean Breeze. ,
iI-tY
., i drownitif' man grabs: at a strawS I' : "I A Sailings each Week J5j
have been
I Kodol. I felt iu afflicted: : SAWED CYPREfS; $SHIKGLU..r.r: : '
grabbed at an | rheumatism for Orlando's New Postmaster. 4 f : .:
'I', 2 rrllm"lIt at once bud after a f.-w saysJo-h Edgar of ( Washington May 7.-William R.I from Savannah Ga.

,J i bvttUa alit -uUIIl.l and well.'* }Kodolit 1 Cal.! "I was able to b,- O'Neal has been nominated for post- i \ The, itrannLiM of thu l'OI.n\r! IJt,'-inwrti }>ES ?.\CJI.A. F I..\
f the which ; par.Ulem I Meet I. .rv".lIr I"'ZU\ll..U.... nerI
only
preparation exactlyrrlroluce ;
constantly iutf'-red. I ( ''Icl ulitful! > ,. ,
matter at Orlando. i i iPcstrrasttr : rouU -inrti> itiTi> 'Inn e 1 Meiriof f
: the natural .
di '
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: 'f-- *i in en/)YIII'lhrr'lII art ** nit-n louit >'f.
live juic.. and con-egarutly i U th, thing; I :could hear of A short ra jO'urrJrlo Savannah and m h

: I 1 s I tily ube which digests any. jrond!) told which to Chamberlain's f did and WHS: 's Walker Acquitted:: co.il.mtar'0. II..... II"I 11..0.._. .O."T..,... r r IA ROYAL mmm\\ \\\
Jt I food and cure any form of < tir ', IL.n.I 1'lnnnacy, Juhn cite nom hi-ion has disnaed; a I ..rt.. kllrill"w lit. r..I.. Ile f
aa ut-
and I am to. : t ...,. ... ., .
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happy
1 ? L 0, I"lu'rl.rd.idlll' Kahn. 'say jj a.I..t.. TlrLH. .. .* l'r r ll. tea.e v 8 Years Old ia Cuts of. Full purls at S3 20 .
t "inc.reurn"d."h; tnilv nnc'i'j.-taiitiated and! unproved TKJurH -11. ( '. .rr.t.J.rl....UI.f Im.iKNKKUi f FI' .r. ;
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trivet ana Harbor Conterences. liniment and pft well. i tin- <.ja/!> ,. :- against the conduct olPottniattrr 1f% 1f Jf'hf"u'hf T'1r'1C1r'tlt"t C" -

rl; Wa>h:!.-ton :May '..-The ('onfHfoH by all drugi and Walkers of the" Lexl-e-ton.; '' h HI:: WlMMvKYH'lotmtdiitt': N
T
er-
: on the nxtr and harbor bill! hare adjourn Ky., postcffice, by Henry Seehan. a dismissed ;j''( : FUFACH SCII tUl'I.t: 1 Ky., Ili-tillery.u.d: n fully tii4t,i- i *

I 4 for a \\I't'k. They have beenuia'iuiix flow Ai* 1 our & i emploje. The charges alleged before bottling. It it ablut pup I
: !
Tr Hotfs -rararespsrma: : i Following i it tbechedule of the celled li quality by any Whl-hy..f ft,. H- .
: some progress but are still Clefr add political assessment of iir.plojes and ,
e llvu. e.
I f.tn.Li: ; QJ ; government steamer General French no matter where "produced. Thr |t<>> n M n '
the I.tf"r..r.f'l'! dome of the con The. Way Oat."flow work. prints its excellent qiuhty. I.* the t'h..a"-t w1 ..k< >
three; wire uliltgHl to bf! absent for did you cur benefit of the merchants who! !"hiptheir the market at that ,'rlce. A* a tHo" ri.'ean thot, ..

1. trim! days and the con't-rtnce was out of buying your"if I goods to the various army ab-olutely f'ureumul'ht., tln-rt-- o. i h' ", .
cloak that she wanted EO No Lotttiot' Time. posts: Shipped in cu-c iitaiuiiiir no mark .. It' t r :
lcattatnrd. on that a< count. ,
f "Say Bill that I have sold Chamb<>rliin' Colic, .... indicate contents. If purrtur. up"n s 'uu :
was Leaves fensaeolft ... .... 70i a. t the ,. ., '
whiskey l l-t nut satfrnrd w itl.! t1
that I would buy it for Cholera and DiarrhlP1 Kemedyfcr Leaves f.Krrniicaa.. ... .. ":.Vn. m. 'I'|
Mary Officers Tried. year, and would rather be out of I Lciivci ficken ... ... 1.In e.11I.1, I can return the nnt at our ipfu-'- i:. I
I thirty-firth birthday and Lt-avf i: ..... .
"rriincft' fclia.' iii will be refunded. '
A'aehington May fl.-The" secretary l let me know the time" coffee and sugar than it. I sold five li-tt.-eg I'fusacoitt ... .... .. .10:15. n t. I( All order -l>"tild be .iil't I \ .
of war has |IlIr arMtl to the s..natl'bllll'III' bottles of it yesterday to threshers; Arrives hnrrancn 11.H) a. m. and trim ; ucrunip ,,
'
Press. that could ?o no farther, and they makva a trip to Fort Mt'Kte and then re- ; TacaretRatns ,E curnncy. po-totl;c, money nt'lr' "",.If, !t. ,
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lumm.ttot a list of user :u0and : are at work again this morning.H. .- tarns to llarrsncaa. pre money order.V* r. fer '" r .
l.eavt-s .
Barrancai
(':!II..ri 't'l,:-t.'d mt"nlo had Culture.She .. H. PHELPS, Plymouth, Oklahoma leaves Pn-kt-ns .. 1 1:3:15 p.p. in m. lank or any iiieichaiit: lu 1'ein.ic ; t

: ten tried in the Philippines by courtlaartlal -But yon must As will be seen by the above ,i 1.rn IVnMicoItt ... .. 4I1 ip. u. l
ty In our village is all the the thre hers able Leave Plckroi .... :;;:15 p. in =
,y for off uses against: the na- were to keep on Arrives Hiirranrii 5.Xi I p. m. and make! S. A. FRIEDMAN
tltes and also:: a lung list of cases ot i ing more cultuntil.lieYes. : with their: work without losing a trip to 'ICttee and return iOn
r.thcs tried by mlaar comulission I hear that at single day's time. You should keep I \VeJne-da\ and! .Saturday.tbe: I I
a bottle of this remedy in your home.'boat will;! leave \"Hl'Pick. ,
...e""ardtor Hun WIYs. show Instead of end Hirruncas .1 I| -.1 o'.E l' "l'k.I"K J'f.-: \ "
For sale '
"I by all druggists: and medicine
tise "superior/ terminal ens for Pensacob at 6:30;: p. m.
arl"nt.; fa.!: May 7-Walter: Hen14 I' I
Iloston Transcript i The General French I is for army Vr .". o. BOX IIH. 11 U I'M' M
I drh, yrjrs oil and Hud Kent 20 5
purposes only aud any outsider mu-t +
.{ year old. di!=api'..are.| from here ont dealers.N'T TOBACCO SPIT have a I'afrom the quartermaster ...'.. .u.."_
y Every one ought to D ,. A./alOruR _
:r f April ";5. Whnn lat heard from thpy and SMOKE o take passage o her. #"I hand vrv 1.-- f I ,

.... were in Hr"nu-n. fa! J. J. Hf-ndrlx. EK-aie| for the plays \ourLifeawayI I bulk or b t whole, You toe
the foremost can cured cf any form cl tobacco; uting are way down
.t fitter of the ouncer' boy. has offered! ; race tins gi\en to the U>liy, I* made well strong tucnrric, full if( j
i 'j I a $10 reward fur the arrest of tUbov Home JouruuJ.U that new life makes and weak tigor t men; taking strong HO-TO-BAC Many train' STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABilWICKE&CO. IIH".

.. ten pounds in ten days Over 500,000
'ti i I cured. All(Iruptri'ts. Cure
t' :. ituarameeil. JlolOkt Uf'tW..PII i'ensacola ni'il 'ih.III..B
11I"i'a.c t and advice t RtP.. AdJrf., STKRLIMi: at
I' 'J: Mrs. Livermore May Lose Her Sight A woman who ha* K M :IV CO.. Cliicago cr New York. 4J7CA.STOn.XA. 1 lIn.. RallyLtc'ept l-ulI.IlY .

'Iv t New y th k. May 7.-Mr.. M I..A.. .. Lher I with vent this di:-:ea-e. tell, "CITY OF TAMPA."
dangerous
i. more, the well! known woman tuffraglt from it.any:'he-ays ( a'Jtb lre K,ml : !
pl
; l.v Milton II::>1 am lv IV ukheola,1'W'pni: mien Gas and Steam
1* < r>nfin, ',! to her home In! Mel '.1 dren took whoopinsf 8csa'a Jf.t.--- Arlrnli'ola.l:>i 81U Ar Milton "". <.put Fitter.No. .
\li rot, says a IVMog IIi patth to Tli" loser, our baby boy bein f'.Ht''I: 1:0110tl.ptU": ,
i 1 Times t>y A serious difficulty! : with hoe months; old, and owing
i them Chatnberl.in's ( : 6 South Palafox Sty "", _
i' tjff It is feareil she may becon I dy, they lost l none of All Kind oi: Plumbing and Oas Kttt.-iir* !at. .. ..
totally: blind.
h I lie-'-O and came out in :1.0"; tt".M

\ Dangerous if Neglected. health than other on every bci ol the fri.u :. 8W; 1SAgain --- .
k not u-e thi- remedy. (
.f v Burn+, cuts aid other wound- 'Uxative Bromo-Quinine J
': tie (girl would call lu- .,
't' .., -1.. t ,'ften fail to h..all'rol'erl if neglect- 'i'syrup between the remedy ttt carte a cult11r1 one day, = A. JM: A.7 e
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) fit and beeoiiip trouble-oine sjres. I'INKEY: HALL H:.: "wM 10 r .
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II ?\Vitt'- Witch H.iz"I Hah prp. ,j 1 his remedy i H forale:
gi-ts and medicine: .. CASTORIAFor
14) vents such confquenceKven i : I.W.HARPERKENTUCKY 'Eftr}.!" SOK TO AVERY % I

f 41! where delay has: a gravited: the injury : FOley's Infants and Children. IMPORTER AND J'FFIFR OT

t OeWitt'Witch Hazel Halve I cukes kidneys and The Kind You Have Always Bougli
'tt. t r effect* a cure. "I hid a running |,I ___ WHISKEY HARDWARE.
; !pore on my Itl1irt\ yeir: ." *aI. \ < Bears '
the8ignattue
t. H. C. II:irtly, Yarikp towlI. In'd"After /7 // -

uiuir many: remedies. I tried t 3- of !
J ; I I> sWiU'Witch Hazel: :Salve. A few / Iron Naib!?, Axe;. Khovili, SiM '" at
I. - applies, Cooking and Heath
I -
I l>t>xe? healed the sore Cure all Tbli.!gutllre li en envy 11.
: bin dUe.i-f4. Piles yield" to it at"i I Laxative Bromo- You will have pride in you own I Window Ola*, Guns Pitoiui.. i 'I 4. I ..1..,
t .'nr... Beware counterfeit, liar3 : flower ;gardens: if they are on your
t fri*' Pharmacy John $hfrrulll-I\I.| 'the KouAj that cares a ownground. Your husband can buy Soli ITPEOFESSIOSAL nan htimr Ens. I I Agate and Tin ware and I lloihoriiriiisliini( ,' (irotN,

ney Kahn. j a home, and he can do it now, although !
I in There's real .tatl'-lot.Itof !nonE'\. of it. he may think otherwise ------- : LE AGENtSFOIt BIRMINGHAM I ItdMilMi MILL CO tJ'A' V l

h Your Bowels Every woman wants a home of her CALDS. Revere Giant Ktitch I'.ei'i .. N
Keep Strong. tate sign i i+ usually a : 'Iti\hlpt..D :
I'I wealth. ThOS. C. own and if she will have a talk with ..... _no Wheel: Co., VI film & Raud I'-wd t;".. John-on Eta1.'r!
t Constipation or diarrhoea when : Co., the leading lpal Thus. C. Watson & Co., the somine, Iron King and Kuck Mv\ *-. and lUn?... Wn
11 jour bowels are cut of order. Ca.>- '! have some offers! leading Real Etatetents; they; W. C. MONROE, CouPs & Co.'s! Raw Hide 1. ." 1 esther. Mi tur> -
I 1 care." Candy Cathartic will make I be worth your while to can ;show her how easy it is to get : Made Railroad Color*.

p ; ',. thet4naturally. Genuine tablets and see them to-day. one. ,
--- Masonic
t till to-morrow. ATTOHXEYATLAII'i Temple ;$ Pen aroh,, Fin.CNGUSM .
stamped C. C. C. Never sold Inf' NOTICE.

; : ull.11 druggists, loc CANDY i U FISHER ItUI.DINO. CHICH5STafl'
I i I have been" authorized to take III e I Ii
I inscriptions! for Wm. .. CURE YDUnnF !
Jenr.in*
BANNER SALVE.__ Hryau's paper. "The Commoner." W. C. ROWE M. D.Ode i ENNYR01fAL1I' I lj t!} I ... aq. N f r ,. ra
/ IW' bN.rJ.I4w .a
t the most h th world. The price is fl.OO .
8I1n8I1elv.ln per year in ad \V-"jSi br C'HIlHKxTKK-s: .. (. trtr.tr.... e '
------ I 110.. vance. Those desiring, the : 17.S' S. I'alaf-i I.. II UI act ...101 .e.a.tw ban O F '
t ; paper rI
: "' i'4"I. rsI.I.f. f.1. M
: Buy a new garden hose he lOt. can have it sent to them by sending Hourt from tafsfs.m.sTdltosp.: m I I '!"o r.I :::.11wr:.".... .7ale..tlee.." .= H. .to W P-..---
jtnumt stamped C C C \( : fl.oOto the ucdHizI l'd. I .. fry 1 f.JMT.. i :. i I esla sT Dre t.M.
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from the Willis HardwareI' enartf'r: 7 o'clock. _.- It.-ra.I t .. .,.
I Bourt of the dun: H. M. ROCHE \'C- -' 6.t..o...-r".... rfl.. I.L'a .PR...
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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA FLORIDA, THURSDAY MAY 81902. f frf

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'A'I I WOMAN, TAKE TIMEI! I MISS LAURA HOWARD I HOUSEHOLD HINTS. I I GOLDDUST : Mi"Int


f'r' .:O :..t". ; 1'1 :Don't Horrr Through This World Scrubbing porcelain or enamel bath I
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c. .T. a If Karlnic For a Train. tubs with any soap containing sand ,

';;! '. 1 We Itluip. President South End Ladies' thins and cracks the enamel. Ii
., ,. cannot buy time but we can take :
r-
? ..?.. I: .r.'r..,,-u* :; \ We Lave time to be sick; we have !i! Golf flub, Chicago, Cured by I Do not use a polished table> everyday the GOLD DUST twins do your w rlc.'. }r rI 1
+
.. I-1 I time fi/r all the exacting and inftnltesl- Lydia E. Fiukham's etable as it should be kept' !I

_'.. .. :i mal toils of the kitchen and the nurs Compound After the nest Doc- There is too much trouble Involved! "-.. ... ,, ''!
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... 1I. :.!i,\.0\ i ii4" I ery. We take time to make the jellies tors Had Failed To Help Her. In keeping; it in order. i ... \, v 11
err
tV cud jams the butter and chct-be, to do Isinglass Lolled in spirits of wine wil j II t ,I

*;i I II the scrubbing and the Ironing and to I produce a transparent cement whicl I 'i -i' .... ..f't.

trim all the children's dresses.Vby DEAR MRS. PIXKU.UI can thank will unite broken glass! KI as to ''C.

i not, then take thru to be comfortable, :\ 3 I looked L you for so perfect dark to health me a to-day.year or Life two :' the fracture almost ..., (\[ render 11 .. .,- )"; \. .i \f. I

13 1901 to do our social duties ns our domemicones : ago. I had constant pains mv limbs All the life will come back to ar .( :,J : t

to rest w ben it is needed. to cultl-1! I swelled I had dizzy spells, and never I Is eiderdown quilt which has become I ... ... ,
I --or Co. vale our intellectual faculties and to degi '. :;; I "
hard and lost its elasticity! It you will 4 '10" !
"Hl ax yell as to do work and nothingbut II .
in hours.
c1-o. I work? I hang it the sun for a few _

If the wick of a lamp does not move I

I ::.:; -Ihave Labor is good to a certain extent, butI i easily in the holder, draw out one 01 ;:., ,' t. ., '
I think there U such a thing as carry : _"'ti I ,
.y.2:: Dandruff two threads from one bide. The wicl '- .n
it much further than Is I
ing -
supported i .
should be ns large a one as the holder! .. '. I ,
: .p the past the I know of |
I I I'I by Scriptural injunction. will receive.An \ I

:' found it onprepara I' hundreds of women who do not La\' amoulent's I i easy way to clean lamp chimneys e' [11
I rest from the week's begin-1\
::t is to hold them for a moment In thE ii \,111PEO; \
i ning to the end except the few hours J II-!
I steam from a boiling kettle rub drj QJJs j1MiT--T I !
4 passed in sleep.Take i,
with a clean cloth and polish with t .
time and rest. Recreate read,
I j
soft '
attend the quarterly rnettiniM. A Lu- : newspaper.
!
To keep: out moths alum.OUT Wnsl I,
use
life soul'a Is worth
man a happiness, ;
'. the crevices of store boxes will .
more than a few paltry dollars the i. a/ ; I !

pleasure! of outlining jour neighbor, alum water and sprinkle powdered
alum wherever it Is suspected;; thai: t.
Laving a better Louse or bitter dressed 4 t
\t.:' : moths make their .
fb may appearance.If
children.! In the beautiful summer ,,
..hertc' there be one principle more that
weather take a day or a couple of days 'r '
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another to be obscned in packing it is -
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uiul go into the woods or to the seashore MISS LAURA HOWARD. CHICAGO.
that the heavy things at the liottou
-'- and drink In the healthful knew one day Im.I would feel he po is Slave if you will but if you pcrfcr to make
r-irencttieninc breezes and breathe of of the trunk, even though one sun ,
: next I was nervous and had no -
'! I If fi\. IIOll 1\J t.v the the glue and the to.am: or the sea neither could 1 sleep soundly appetite that it is to stand on end halt of tin *I housework easy, useGOLD

: '' f I well- hpniy, that are swttter than the nectar nights Lydia:. IMnkliani'b trip.You. +I

and the ambrosia of tl-c pmls.Drv etable Compound, used in con- 1
; Marxian can't be mean and happy anymore DUSTt
inc. not wait until it Is too late but junction with your anitive Wash did
more for me than all the medicinesand than an apple can be sour and
i i-nn supply your tllyour\ time now. Tomorrow never
the skill of the doctors. For eight sweet.New York Tribune
fled in the way comes. Today is yours nnd at your mouths have, enjoyed perfect health. makes home brighter and care lighter.Made .

fI'nisldllgs at the command. Tired nervous overtaxed r verily believe that most of the doctors WILL CURE CONSTIPATION.A. only by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY.
i
rives, drop that work now and run are guessing and experimenting A. Herren, Finch. Ark., write, Chicaeo. New York Boston. Su Louis.-Makers ol OVAL FAIRY SOAP.
/ ,'s cash or credit. ont and breathe the fresh air of the
< when they try to cure a woman withan
"Foley's Honey and Tar is the best
fields. Take your children to the brook- assortment complications, such as preparation for coughs, colds and

|I bide under the trees and play at naiads mine ; but you do not Rue.ss.! How I (lung trouble. I know that it has'

\\IMIEV: and An hour's ramble or rest, i wish all suffering: women could only
dryads. cured consumption in the first
know of there would be DA MORPVTT'l' I Cans Ckoleri-lifiitii
I t.tke4this methodrrviee your remedy ; ,
listening to the singing of the birds, i sta es,1t W. A. D'Alemberte, 121
knl\\-LAt.nA. I' Dlirrhou.l> 4
less suffering I HOWARD ytttltuy. *
s t as a I
the I Palafox street.Foey's .
tho whir of Insects watching
...J midwife, have: 113 Xewberry Ave., Chicago, Ill. the Bowel troubki of
shadows play with the sunshine and 49000 forfeit if above testimonial it not Children
'.-ar. experience. genuine. Tar ofMetMyt.lAidi .
1 references from drinking in the reviving freshness of 1 Mrs. Pinkham invites all wok Honey and FJt1 DI e.tiOft. RcguUtii

of this city. the balmy winds, is cheaper than a','i 1 men who are ill to write her for torchildren.safe.s-jre No opiates. iNO.'OWOtln1 the Biwtli. Strtujlhou

'. :.l. OtnDENP, I doctor's call. You will be the better advice. Address<< Lynn, Mass, Costs.Only 25 cents at Druggists, the Child !Makes

nth DoVilliers St. for it, and the work will! not be the full particulars. TEETHINGand EASY.Or .
worje.-Ladies' World. giving ti mail S3 tech to C. J. MOFFETT. M. D.. ST. LOUIS. MO.
POLITICAL
I I Fl.Oancl, S. C. Not.4& 1')01)-1.....Sntainsel by oar family hr.iciio la Cbu+..toa Iu see T Tk.aTHl.MJkra.
I --- -- .., .
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when'hVMLaur of n .e sad W rum ears "
i but I inlanlo a5.preventive
baby
nor yrq fllODIf
r : + it was uwfal in ""tbina iraablM.sad iu(9""cthu byre f..noS to.........,Mnrenoludwlrw: .i_.....
The Treatment of Servanln. I iAs SHORT STORIES. mat are conaequmt apun the u..of dnwa.,1*>thiai(iTrup thai we ha..c..me k>mc.rj II. af:.r it* *ilk tine
PUBLICITY FOR the sen'ant's home is In the house' ANNOUNCEMENTS AFor ;hildren.ai oneol the ntcemittt when there is a new b.by.n tt*b.u-.sad aol.l the U--liinf U'ub!... are oar. aa J
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we take plenum ia N it fnenJs insh-i ot the boom Hull that mat l..1I1e k..p /
where the works, the relation between In the last stntMical year: 321KVjOObushels ( )aby qa.,1. vHARIWfcLLS.: 4\EB.(Mau&,'fr lM.lf Timei ant W'..klf 11111.t..II4/.rJ I I'F.

THE PEOPLE. her and the mistress is more close thac ., ., -
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of grain were retched at Chi-
that between: clerks and their employers State Senator.

1 :> arJ Costn 1 on a Cent, or workers of any other sort. l'<.r citjro.There I The friend of Hon. W. A. Blount
are thirteen! clearing! house
riJl., : crtrrd js l Head this reason there must be more consideration : hereby announce him a* a candidatefor ..
liauas In New York which! Line a capital -
n) Iterboly: than: when the situation can lie. State Senator from this, the Kec- I
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of S.VJO-i.w) or more. i
called a purely business arrangement !I! ocd Senatorial District, aud respectfully -
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Household I( service is a business ar-l i Two trotjs of cavalry are stationed ask the! support of all Demo- '

:GIs :"il\ TU 141OOU. In tl.e y..i1owstolllJ National: : park. ThiirJui..eH : crats for nim: at the coming primary.For : I I'
.. . rnnl'\Ucnt.; and again it is not, and Y ,'
and
arc to poaching
I Ituofold present "
those housekeepers who recognize the
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'.1 1 T''I.'i\N; I "I ..omchilj fjrnl4 !i I, \audalisin. Representative. 1
I .r... I''t- 1t1,1 al! 'Wlud-' of character of the situation art j I :
I """ u "..rn!. ...... ytnctrslwant.rd. p..rI I the best calculated to succeed in sole i It will! probably IP< a surprise to learn The friend of Scott M. Loftin take } S I
Apply lo'A. A. Platter! this means of announcing him as a
"lar"1 .trr.l.I tug the domestic problem. In the bust i inc. that Mary Is the mOitlor.ular name '
candidate for Representative in the ,
I .Sllon .!3 character of the situation you I !among; faftres&is. Next in number are I Legislature: from E-cambia county, f ,

unproved real .s. must demand prompt, cthcieiit labor i contractions of Cleanor.A : s. ,
ur.raI! mnounts "t low and they desire the support of all 1
rail ou L">lie t;. tks. honesty and cleanliness; but on the Minnesota mill recently ground Democrats in the coming primary.For 1 FashionableModels
:;. 1'aUtut ,
I M. itie '
i ;i oil other hand your laborer is a member 12.-W4; barrels, : of four In twenty,four '

-in of your family, and you will not se-j! hourthe larseht run ever made by a Representative.The Perfect Fit Newest I! 1

\, ..-110 you nerd money : cure good results If you forget her flour milL To haul the product for this friends of Henry C. Clopton ,
say amojnt oaat announce him as a candidate for
'u* and lo..you.-.. rateson womanhood. There is a great difference 1 one day eighty! the full!\ sized freightcars in the Colors, All Lengths
repres&Tjjitive Legislature ,
improved city realAft.tn in people's idea of beiug kind, but i i were needed.A : : :
1 Tix'v| 'u'ia county and requestthe
i Mouth 1'ftlalatf in!>
a kindly manner orders given as requests painting; discovered in a St. Louis : support 0. 'II democrats in the Superb Finish. ,

a little attention to the bodily cute has Ken pronounced by some critics coming democratic primary.
1 H'IIUmMO:\ :y condition worker little friendly ; --. A oral packthoots.a ttr'r foree. r
.r. your property, pro- of the a j I a U ore re Vernet The painting | For---- poet 1 ewe.re. :

buy or *"ll real .s.1 advice on matters of dress or similar Representative.
<- shows a group of Arabs mounted on

'.nir"o.I".cr'Plloll.tale Httt-ndcd havs to, things that concern her ns a wo- 1 horses and camels engaged In a coin- : The friends of J. T. Fillingim, of Royal Worcester

.I i .a l\ Watson .* Co.iritnm man, supplementing a clean and com1 bat with a lioness whose cubs they i I i hut springs, announce him as a. J JI
candidate for the legislature, subject '
xll .d.rate a"I1U.1orvrryone Ivan-I i 1 fur-table room is certainly a good typo have selzerLAfter! to the democratic primaries' of end

,a w. .Mill. lend ntunryI uf kindness.-Woman's Home Compan' they have: been exhibited at'I''July 15; and ask for him the sup '
I a bOll. "tj-tf I Bon Ton Corsets
ion. I II the Paris salon this coming summer port of all democrats. % ,

1 >r Itcui.fjroiiiil. I Chartran's portraits of Mrs. Roosevelt
For STRAIGHT FRONT
TRAVELING IS DANGEROUS. and Miss Alice Roosevelt will be sent Representative.The .

V room nlt Constant motion jars the kidneys back to this: country and hung In the friends of Chas. :'1. Coston an- Ask ir iet'ei r v ,
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- 1! which are kept in place in the body White House The French government nounce him as a candidate for representative -

II I. LI'V .\.N'I'IU.' by delicate attachmentThis is commissioned Chartran to paint these in the legislature from

._----. the rea-on that travelers trainmen.trtet E-cambia county and they ak the WORCESTER ; ,

',". to l .nrn li..rl>.r lr.il car men. teantstrr and all portraits... _. t
*--k. reiiuirt-d. '+iitvmlMi who drive \'dmuch suffer from -- cornprimary. CORSET COs0r "' ;.
I y :.:itti. p"nuea'aturdava Cures Cancer, Blood Poison Eating 'G 1t { ( z tss ,
kidney di-euie in ome form Fo- 4
I"chlllltr.IIII'
Sores, Ulcers Costs Nothing to For County Treasurer.
Try.
.appn.aarfrnntt.tanc, !Ivy'; Kidney Cure .strengthen the i' .
'I t.... Mttlfr( lUrb.-r i oinittf kidney and cures all form* of kidney Blood poison and deadly cancer I announce myself a candidate: for i ,

I 1.11 and \bladder di-ea-e. lien H. are the worst; and most deep-seated renomination for the position of :

Huu- locomotive Lima county treasurer of 1'.catnbiacoua:
\ "III- \\ 11..10'01. 4U engineer. blood diseases on earth, yet the I
...,-- ()., write*, "Cull'itant'ihrati n of ty subject to the action of the democratic I
easiest to cure when Botanic Blood
t I I t : .of 'lIcUllr. "III pav the engine cuu-ed me a treat: deal rrlmary. i

",'II .. III .10 rigkt Ol u1MltI ,. tdnmrS of trouble with my kidney, and I Balm I is used. If you have bloo J. W. PRATER. I *)-GOLAY=Q.tt I CHOICEST : ;

i ?ot no relief until I used Koley's poison, producing ulcers bone pains
For Tax Assessor. )II
\\ 111114'01. i 1 Kidney Cure." W. A. D'Alemberte, Grist and Corn peal Pills -OF-
pimples mucuous patches, falling
'_"_n_ ."....., : I 121:3.: 1'alafox street. hereby announce myself as ai' .!
J I. "t r..ad.nd.'for bair, itching; skin, scrofula, old rheu candidate for re-election as Tax As-!
H hoint-
F. GOflZflLEZ 4 CO. FRUITS AND D ij
CONFEGTIONtKI
matism offensive form of Prop i,
c&tmh
al l 11 b at >u, I. youth 1'ala 1 Plntlnc Yt'Hirner pelde Down. or se; "or for cambia county. subject '
:;.lulu' cao-) and scales, deadly cancer, eat- to the action of the democratic primary Maaufacicreri
,. J A Louden paper tolls a story of Wagner ing, bleeding, festering sore", Swellings July 13. CHOICE MEAL AND PURE GitouAU -AT- ;

u. i k 1IIdr"uI'huN".rt.h Y 'I..n lOr lair to\with ewt : In the days of his youth and poverty lumps, persIstent wart or sore, W.W.RlCHARIiS.For STOCK FEKD: I i l. j

\1111.:' )Ira. ltll.nn'F' i! calling: upon Rossini in Paris ands i I>1 take Botanic Blood Balm ,> B. B. B.; 0. I
Patronize Home Industry, for there it APOSTLE'S f
-! lIilOlt j noticing "a little composition" of hIs It will cure even the wort case after Tax Collector. every reason yon should bay your Meal ant t i11'[

-- i of I'I'I + everything lIsp fails. n. It B. drains > I hereby announce Stock reed from the Home Manufacturer
:.t olllb "ltnn paleerapher I own ou the piano rack. The reply myself as a for b, 14 I East Gnermtil St.
... go doing you encourage home Indus
auJ miv the of the and the candidate for
aa- poi-on out system re-election as: Tax Col- .
him Your the
nosslnl! w hen it was pointed out to try. money' H left In community .
.r.lln W.llac'IUlIDI..d b\J.ln..<. Addrraalntf in that the mu !ic was upside down was blood, then every sore heals,making lector for Escambia county, subjectto and yon In tarn are Indlrectlb"nllllttct Formerly Cordova Reetauranthtand ,'I'
the blood pure and rich, and building the action of the democratic primary In fostering the home manufacturer yon
1 perhaps hardly! up to the best form of oontrlbute to the cause or labor. Ion owe One car-load of
the broken-down Botanic
up body. July Pineapple t at 11.75
alt .rAl.I :. j the: polite Frenchman" "You see, I Blood Balm i(B. B. B.) thoroughly 15.A.. H. D'Au: rnERTE. It which to community contributes in roar which support.you live and1) |2.X 1 per dOleD. I

i found it houndinl better that ",ay." tested for 30 years. Drugstores
wn--torj brats store and -
**n luoattM ll'orn..ror Hill Nye's compliment to Wagner ,'., $1 per large bottle. Trial

*!r..*'.. tor price and ;, was in a htrpll'r'el He told the :'treatment free by writing: Blood ;
apply. on prfinii, 1;: Balm Co. Atlanta Oa Describe '
doubt ,
1 t -lin great composer that he had no
'''''trouble and free medical advice
his music was really much better than F.E.Brawner'sOne PiiceCashHousc Il
mil ,,!.ro of properi I'I'I (I given until cured. B. B. B. does not -
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I.. iJ t. rm....rom ror,furlaT house on- it sounded.-London Speaker. contain mineral poisons or mercury

i ( advertised remedies!' do ,
4' .Nn offloa or to I as so many )
.... .tr..t. jIlt i I Sweet Sympathy 1 but is composed of Pure Botanic Ingredients.

nii..t Octirable lot. lay i Mrs. roun weJ-Yes; iir. YonngweJI Over 3000( testimonial of

tirtu, by the hinder I ddn't feel at all well this morning, so I cures by taking Botanic Blood Balm CUT PRICES IN TWO !
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j :>>. Mouta PalaTox B. B
l"l\lm I Jl1st made him stay home from the of- I (B. .i .q--. .

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liadi Of empty b....' 'I Mrs. Naybor-Indeedl I notice all I II 10oO yards Dress Kwl ses, worth 6c 20 dozen Ladles' LiMe Thread I oo pieces Medicated U.lnchCoUoQ'
Explicit."If
rt l : :
KaitDBAH. noT t( .
-- __ j j your carpets are up and your back I any one asks for me, James I yard, 10 yards for 30 cents. Vests, worth 3-5 cent, yours for a) Dlcper IOyardsln a piece worth

01 1:1'Itl'-- ..... i shed's painted! and- !,I' shall be back In ten minutes," said Ir.I' 1000 yards Dress Dirnitys, worth cents. ti:;>c, for this sale, ft c. ,

KKHWN LKUHUKNt: ) i Sirs. Youngwed-Tes; I got Mr. Fosdick. I T2c1;.1 10 yards for 45 cents.: 1COO Boy's and Men's collars, lilt dozen Ladies' Fait

.'" nrk. Ra.dwar.t'n'a and Kg for nail neat*. | toungwed to do all that while he was "r t'8. sir"replied the office boy, "and 2000 yards bleached yard wide Do- broken sizes! to close out at 3 each. Seamless Hose. regular( Kltck loc 1Jttrry.Foil 't

tome today-Philadelphia! Press. how will be back !U no cue for this sale t
!i soon you mestic, 10 yards for 45 cents. 200 Ladies' Madras and White B'.capalr; 4 r-.irfor
\ i it <;< >OI>FI.a 2-Sc. I
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asks for -Judge I i
I you Waists, worth Tic and $l, to close at !
\' More Than Tra.le. 2000 yards unbleached Sea Island I
HEIKfK-Manatactorer
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Hair Honda, H at i.Toilet I I "You played nothing but tragedies," HU Mliilom.Mrs. yard wide Domestic 10 yards for 45c.al; 100 dozen Mend H .ml..., half i t
HO-le.
I io
I'to.5''>> W. 51' bronn, red aDd black
; cents. for '
Uoternmentl I laid the friend. pairs Lace Curtains
1
IIolneYou ought to be ashamed 24 yards oc a pair. I

.. 1'r a.'lIu'ruh.. "They were worse than tragedies," of yourself. We are all sent into the 2000 yards Embroideries, regular I long regular 75c goods, to close at 11
Men'
45c. c..25idofe French I> .
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t. 'It KL'N'EKALH----!: farnuoed answered Mr. Stormlngton Barnes is world for some useful purpose. price 7/1* to !S.!I4 c,10 yards for 45 cents Stitched Under? Hhlrti, worth ropp.i<... ,t

ouquet.orapeelaldeelgneMoreno he stopped figuring his expense account The Tramp (humbly)-Yes"m. I thinkI 25 dozen Large Turkish Bath Towels close at 2Cc each. Drawers &
to
$:a Men Gregory "They were financial catastrophes must have been Intended to usa up 1000 yards: Dress Pique and Ducks, worth $2, will close at f 1.20. inatcb.M

S dlmKrt ,"Washington Star. I worth 10 and 12ic, 10 yards for bo dozen Men', l-'anc1lt cold vlctuals.-Puck. 20 dozen
2h3.
I I' cents.: .inch Bleached Lace Under Bhlrts
45c
!"I.UWl-aCM. each. Draw.ers
Towels
..- I for this sale at 50c dozen. to match.
1.\.>. and loral LlltllnlIt When hope looks backward, it ii 1000 yards Dress: : Cross Bar, worth I
35 dozen
ordered for coitomen, WHAT IS FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE? for 50 29x42-inch Towels reg 2 dozen Ladle Black and e
Marrn0 Slgc,10 yards cents. Colored
Kt: Wel' U re gory, transformed Into regretA nlar lOc goods for this :
sale 9 Bilk Tatfetta
realm I Answer: It is made from a pre 1 dozen. >c Wai.t., regular PM| '

I REVELATION.If scription of a leading Chicago physician -I" 25 dozen Ladies'! Bleached Vests, 13.50, to doge at 12 20 each. I .

: mer Law School. and one of the most eminentin with tape in neck 6 Tests for 25 500 yards White Batiste Lawn, This sale will
you will make Inquiry it will The ingredientsare cents. regular 12;i positively not run f
the country. quality, 10yard for 86c. for longer than one week.
,. MVERS1TY OF VIRGINIA. be a revelation to you how many the purest that money can buy, I I I f'i I
to kidney or bladder
':'It&IDI.tIlt HumniPr. July succumb and are !scientifically! combined toget '
By the Law huculty. troubles in one form or another.If their utmost value. W. A. F. E. BRAWNER'S
't .'n-r ; to candidate for the the patient is not beyond medi D'Alemberte. 121 S. Palafoi: street. ONE-PRICE CASH HOUSE
ac moneri who have lacked cal aid. Foley's Kidney Cure will
a.-tion. For catalogue, ad- ,
cure. It never disappoints. W. A. rjny-BaUam RclieTM Right Away '
-o i>=i105; SOUTH
,8, vmtary, (CmarlottwrUlf Ta. D'-\l mberte, 121 S. Palafox street. end makes a Ipee
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{ { {1 ; THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA FLORIDA. THURSDAY, MAY Sr 1902r

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1 1 I''i fit I f .::.::.::...::--- : j THE TELLTALE THUMB. -

!! SECRET WEDDING \ A'Y i Exhaustion of Serve Force It* Mark and Liar a.* II. fl.Ml "Stronlest Q in t el\r\ Or1':!i ihe


ttt't! : LAST NIGHT Politics and = 1 Is Common in Springtime. A tremendous From the amouLt Brat of. nousouwhas

I T f'I.\DDDal"l&t'In.DI: ,
r ..., I been written about thumb rtarki. f r \ ,(
Ending ilrvemh titer,
'I ''\.I:I catered at ttt Pat Office at Ptntaeola.PI It is claimed! that tie curious Un configuration r ttrtHE


i I jl J ,1,.w', ':':"i i.;'I I' l'a1&Ioutr OFFICE*, ollCS-clan:-rufi. op-itaart.matter.Buiidiog !l1i! bOtlth street Dave, and Deloney Miss: ; ofiIo.I Annie East Peterson Wright of I j 1 ii jj;; Politicians I II, Paioe's 1 1To Cupid that never it the ut \same tn er baches.the In tail any: cf two Tie the rtipl flm thumb!states and li 1 [ (EQUITABLE ij l[


I I' 801 South Barcelona street, took a :, I cent correct, and tie same tt'.ng! cane

\\1 kw'" stroll last and returned home b. :J ; .1Io-' !i b said of the Gore; on lie palm and I
THE NEWS PUBLISHINC Co.tl' eight ; Banishes tLe creases on tLe tottora of tie feet I L UH A88ORNCE S [ ij OCtt1(

1) 1 ''itU I. B. HILriON; Managing Editor. as Mr. and Mrs.! Deloney. they having all intents and purposes, so far X er\on- Prostration, Hl.teria, But tile assertion that tbe thumb marks '

Ili! l1ma been wedded by an authorized as cambia i is! concerned, never change throughout life II a le- AneU .
i W. M. BALL, Business! ManaKer.t county and S)leepkP..IHPo.) ,
t, d I tl' i officer of the law. i there are only two candidates for the j cited eiaggeratlon. TbeJt.ratkn may j R**fUt and otf.tr: I. abities
I come from a variety of cause--an- .
.k I c Terms: Invariably in AdvanceOMY The young people have a host of :, two placton! the railroad commis- ',. Any intelligent man or woman thing. In fact, that will destroy the .

: 1h. *rby Mail _. _K Wi l(can easily detect victims of nervous ..
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f friends in the city but the wedding sion-Jndjre H. E. Day and John O outer layer (It skin. i sHurplu iromwtictOtv..
I ; au Montbl" iUOn (troubles by taking a ten minute walkon
: decide -
3 Another modifying cause it the tendenvy are paid
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ter ., l* Monday 10 was so arranged that i
It : Wfc* by Carrier F yH> secretly none Ward. .
Y' : I any of the crowded streets of our of the thumb to Oetflop litU 1
bat Arthur Wrigbton/ and Miss j I clieaor The observer will Paid to Policy-holder In
towns. eld.Tb's
I I ; ': ,: Urtrlillrg Rates Fvrmtktdw Application |i ', horizontal creases as one grows I)2 1 .. . . . 1 ..
t I Annie Torkelson were permitted to For justice of the eupreme court, ,I note countenances: full of feverish !s especially true of mechanics and

;i ,, : I } TELEPHONE NO. III. i I IPEH8AGOLA IH 'be' in the eecret and to witness the i t the two candidates: are Judge Joseph !''I anxiety, harassed looks, unsteady cth'rVorldng people who use tools.! ;New Insurance in 1&\ 1 n: .

'' and eventually the creases will brt. ek i Total In*urance Io force
which B. Wall of Tampa and Judge W. |'hands' faltering steps, twitching .
1 ceremony, today caused! a A'I'. tbe lines to such au extent that It 1 Dec. 31, 1W1 f .
MAY 2, 1902. muscles, pallid faces, and startled, up
,1 J ,I great surprise when it became Hocker of Ocala. Judge Wall I is! ,; |anxious looks when unusual noise! Is equivalent almost to a rearrange I I Notwithstanding the ?rut< -f
.>w I L,) ": hIi. known. well known and well liked here, i'; ment of tbe pattern Specialists: li''vial< strength of the Society a''
t. t E GREAT bodies move slowly, that i ie 'i are made. Koch people are, without ,. gene diseases! by an eiam&Uon of i greater security which! it* ;
'1 Tee couple went home and after while the chances are that no more doubt victims of holder' ,
thereby r ,
i .It I why it takes so long to hear from (I nervous prostra- the thumb can tell It the patient% is enjoy @ H.\

' ; J.,, I. u the beef trust inVfHigation.l explaining matters were received thau a dozen people in the county j' I t ion, hysteria, or insomnia. The affected (T likely: to tot affected ty j are t than L011'and given Ol'ARANTFE.ter by etherKNOWLE5 :,

with know Judge Hocker. It i Is whole system sutlers-the brain, the paralysis, as the thumb signals this
open arms by the parents, butI easy
t1.Ill "f( 7 Jo.ix ; I I i at the reques: of the bride's( !! mother therefore to sum up that Judge Wall
t'i to'
eti, l certain sign of a coming defeat .system.. part of the body. It the danger symptoms I

1, j ::1 '''I" the candidate supported by-some they went at 9 o'clock to the resi'denceofRev. i. will get the vote of this county. I i It is unnecessary to dilate minutely are evidenced there an operation BRUT,
is performed on what le known as the
; J. F. W. Reinhardt the of
people. on cause
j f; 1 ___________ I I For secretary of state, H. Clay i j ;Business cares and disappointments nervousness., "thumb center" cf the brain, and the Generalcrntn..
'If' of the German Lutheran '
\J r"f"'r f IT is generally believed in Washington pastor Crawford has it all his own way, haste after riches and honors, social d.s')rdcr is often remo\eJ.
r i I that Benator McLaurin is to church, to have their marriage: I and, household worries, sexual aDd No mutter how carefully the Individ 3ufl H. Palafox St.. I'EXsA>

i1h'I '4'\\I I It be rewarded for his conversion to blessed. though there has been OfDe talk i alcoholic excesses, watching and ual may attempt to oonctEl incip.er.t! : Jn -

t f.ilt : that Hon. James E. Broome of 'anxiety, and loss of near and dear "flntty, the thumb will! reveal it Infai
: ; : ( republican principles by a fat federalappointment.
( ; iff i ones, all contribute to the breaking lit/ly. It is the one sure test It tbe THEBaking
\ II j if. i! Mother: Mother! MotherHo *-: Qaincy means to contest with him i down of the nervous organism omen
i patient! !in his daily! work jfrmit; !! thef
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.(,11\ a f II, t.;". THE Mother-- Hubbard i is gone ; the venib and macyctildren coet.j ted are, w.th,at tbs' bbl tta'on itomach le-. for the office", and Jim himself says In earnest and women.words we set before this thumb to stand at a rant +kle to theother

Jt 1', wrapper ob-olete-dre"ing ;oaqutL. and rs fur benUacte.children Moib 110,ill a-rGra,110 ay.>cure.6 direst' I! worms Fewdf he will decide in the next week or i iso afflicted class the truth that Paine's flnsers (T to fall!! [t Kile".* into the Powder

\ art prtft-nt; they will certainly removet&em. (Celery Compound affords a speedy pam! tJikiDj no part in his 'ntlc.: : hit
robe and the Kimono' whether he will
;I 1 lounging mustalso At all .", .. run or not. .
!Il druIj.H. ct samples and sure cure for all forms of nervous ham'lmj of th.nEs. t'.s! m\Jtlf.rtl duties
4- Like heroe each m"lltdPo!:.!::. _\uurII..n 1;. Olnmtd.
1; :p t I' l :> go. our war Leltoy, =-. V.HELLO. diseases.: The great medicine is but staidt.: >: isoiate r i ; t has served it-? time. The -'matinee" -- For comptroller, Hon. Alonzo C. :a perfect restorer of nerve force and Is an unansneraMe ror.fes'iou
I, ; n & ii the latest up-to-date neliltt'.; IS that YOU LOUIE? Croom i is the man for Escambia. j power; a sure builder and strength tal disease.: -Karsas: City lndtlrader.t
. .. : -- ener of the weak and debilitatedsystem.
What's the
I .' 'f 1\'jl" r THEUE N something rotten in as the opening mater' with day:! next Saturday While here during the meeting of POULTRY r N SCfMoc A A r 5

'It 1' 1' ; Deum..rk." It looka* though MeLaurmof 1 -- -- the Florida Press Association he Paine's Celery Compound has POINTERS.A .
; \ ; enabled thousand: in an
{1 ( ( \\tj 1 South Carolina will l have BOYER ROAD WORKIS made imny friends Hon. Israel J. :town. : of our land to renew every city and in- A dark comb Is an indication cf a ISTHrBUFFALO

i 1" f"\rt! \ \ 'I I",,; to organize a little party of his own, McCall, who wants the ot'ice, ientirely ,vigorate their health aud keep their coupestej state cf the systuu.

.,. 'I i ". I:.).,. for his doctrine a- given in his address PROGRESSING places in business and in society. In Land that dries quickly: after a rain
'f' unknown in this neck of the all
i large centres where diseases
t'. \ : I < :; to the (people don't seem to fit nervous Is yell adapted to poultry: raibing.! BRANDThat's
ft.f are common, the best physicians
;1. :' I. i the democratic platform.! wooJIt -. prescribe Fame's Celery Compound When one does not care to ralst
t' t. .' J Work 'j!! tne clay: driveway from
\ with continued success chicken", It Is Urtttr on the score of Pensacola's. I Jain
.t. I f 11 r, HlM:"i 1 :. 1 eizht. If our Iegi-lator* could have '' used during the month of
cocks. Watch Him Qro\\
i \ i is now bei2b' rapidly pushed and an a fully made up relative to the state i I .
rtl 1 /I,11J foretold the event of the mighty May, will completely banish all! See that the hens well I
t !>IJ beef trust they would not have average of about luu cartloads of eitlce" as ha= K-cambia, it would bean nervous disorders, by giving new are developed February Sales: . .. 't i
t and
cot too tat Mate them to males
l'
blood
force
nerve better digestion
I JJ ,;t t4 i turned a deaf ear to the plans of the clay per day are now being placed Easy matter even this early to normal purer appetite, and refreshing also well developed and the chicks will March Sales . : 4 <

;, R 1 \'f 1 b- Fish Commission for an appropriation Four single carts and one double- say who will be elected. i sleep. In a word, Paine'*. be all right. April Sales' . . ii I' t

y li i.. !I S l l, to stock our ftream team are employed to do the work -' Celery Compound will give you the Wlen the bees are too fat. reduced i
!' ;14c I '"fIli In local politics we have now a full powers of robust manhood an them In fiesn by giving! them shorter1rations i Help your Baby /bying! Noting
.i OfR senators and and every able-bodied maltpri.fnH true womanhood.!
}.jt / repre-entatives
1 1/ aDd Rive more bulky: and less but
1 ;; "l have done nobly this session with I Is taken out every morning at 7 n couple of couples for legislative honors ---- --- -- fattening food.
r
fTiKin and
IltfDI only reliable.
ti IV the Florida Indian war claim bill. o'clock and, barring an hour for din. -Scott M. Lo/tin, with H. C. DI'nmond UjlS: bewared poor imitations.I Fowls! appreciate grind food as wellas .BUFFALO BRAND.

i s. Now if the conference committee Clopton as' a running mate, and C. other aLlmalu' lout it is unwise to .. ..
'
"I' nero are kept continuously at work i
t' will only band oil that item, Florida !- :'oJ. C/Jston with J.T. limit them to one kind, le it ever 1'0' IT IS THE ETIsn't
Filliugimashis: MARBLE SHAFT
t! will secure the settlement of a Yesterday by 5 p. m. there had goal or wholesome.
.I I mate. It :sometimes happens, however 1 your Baby Better t' l
I 'tt t :: ju-t claim that has. been pending fur been dumped: K>b cartload of clay TO MARK CRAVE Crude petroleum thickened: to a pro,a ;body else's:)

tIt. forty-four years.rT. and the good results of same artnow that mates: separate and I lookout cr consistency with red or brown mineral
I {.I 1 '- / paint! Is good to ue on the outside
for their own personal interests,
d h \1 AM'Kbu.IAV! already put. apparent. Overseer Sp tt-wood i is of poultry houses and other farm build- Hk.

., ij ij'i I. ting on city airs in anticipation of taking great pride in the work and and it has hardened in cases of this |, A magnificEnt marble shaft to In!;!!. A.AAAA.A.A.AAA1P.
i .
I '-I 1 : kind that it was the country meu mark the eternal place of the *
resting
ill .t t' the building uf the Columbus: i; by continually: ur;iog his men on Ing Pong,

1. ,;,. fdula and I'nU ruilruavl from CcluuDUS :- ward gets :a great dell cf labor from who got left. ,f.r' > late Donald :McLellan has been completed

I, J W i (;L, to that delightful Uulfi I them.kin.llj. -- ciinij"r': r' J' and will b* taken to Bagdad DYSPEPSIATo 4 Base Ball >

11 I 1 i'ort. The promoters of the roadi.ave - Mr. C -tlJn i is thinly candidate tomorrow and set up. <

:; II announced that thy will bfot Take otif that Ev'! ; who has announced a fixed platform.It cutter from Dyspepsia mean* < Tennis Rackets *
'. ,1,. .:.m grading at one*. Liquid Cream lUlm: i-of great beef A beautiful pipe fence with artn- that your stomach is tau weak to .
i is now to the other candidates 4 k (
I : fit to trio-e ulferers, from nasa] up tic granite: posts has also been finished properly di,p-t the food tak-n
t Wt' TrotF'AN.H. Chinese rnicittrto catarrh who: cannot inhale creel to do likewi-e. Charlie i? a fighteranJ ; intuit, What you need: i* HnTEITKK'S >*- j Tennis Balls, J
';, through the nose but trea'tthemelve's and will be taken to Bagdadto
must BlTTKRi.
the nitfdotatfo' SIntAtl .
;, will lecture in L I : {
there 1 i-s to1
never doubt <
4 Atlanta for the benefit of the Carnet by spraying. Liquid any as enclose the McLellan plot there, the best medicine in the worldto Golf & Golf Supplies, >
Cream Balm differs! '
in form. but where he stands *
not DY :
on
any question curd ';)1'EP3U.: I.NDK.KSTIOV.
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,, gtr Library. The attending will medicinally from the Cream lulu i i The work has been arranged for b,t' IN: oMtih.! NEKVOI'SXKSAM : .
be to leave with that stood fat at the head His outspoken: manner has made < Whitely Exercisers
b sure a very good years of the immediate family of the deceased MAI.AKU. KE si KE Tn ,
: I opinion of tht-m-t\'eo! for the learnt remedies fur catarrh. It may be I him many enemies, but it has also
t used in any na-al atomizer. 'l'be ITHOSTETTER'S J Clubs & Dumb Bells
; td minister i;. an adept in the grace trice, including{ a spraying tube. i i7J i- made him many friend ,

ful art ot throwing bouquet ; cts. sold by drug Ms and mailed >
Hold Edison
{'I' a Con :rcMiinan. STOMACH BIITERS.t < Phonographs, >
- -- by Ely Brother 5'; Warren St., New It i is said that there are to be various ",
a v : THE announcement that the HeI \ York.GRACIA: "At the end of the rainpaign."
I. Dr. K. M. 1'ahntr of New Orleans -- --- and sundry candidates: for county' writes Champ Clark, Missouri's -- Phonograph Music, :

t ti was knocked dawn by a trolley cain TOOK cnmmi-sinner, but they don't -eem brilliant work congressman\ "from over
nervous tension, los! of sleep \\
.,\ that city will be read with sorrow VALUABLE CARGO to be tumbling over themselves to and constant. speaking I had aboututterly '\ tGEORGt J Bicycles and Tires, ?

II by thou-amN: of the doctor's admit 1 make collapsed. It seemed that all!1 ,..
public of
announcement their
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the -; --- the organs in my body were out of < Tackle
t-rs throughout uth. It 3 3I' i.< Fishing t
I candidacy. !j order, but three bottles of Electric
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.l hoped his injuries! will not prove E The t'teaD"biJ: Gracia Bitter < P
1 ; was clearedby made we all right. It's the
'e' fatal and that he may be broughtback best all-round medicine j;
the Gulf Transit Company yesterday The congressional candidates: are ever eold <<< For Anything You f
J I '1 to health aud trtll ;th, over a druist'counter.; ; ," Overworked

afternoon with a valuable all at home taking a re-t, but Mr.Myers rundown men and weak, : Want to F
i J.t THAT capitali-u have faith in the iniscellaLeous for will sickly women gain splendid health! go
j cargo Liverpool start out again Katurday and vitalitfrom
t rx'Uth i ij evinced by the long 13-tt of Electric Bitters
t'If. :She; also carried 1';'tap squire bale* of with an address and a free fish fry to Try them. Only &.vc. Guaranteed bv S ?
l hew industries fur a week as reported W. A. D'Alemberte, 121 South!
Pal
"' :: iT by the Tl de-lUan. Among them cotton for Manchester: aud b,0"0 s ft the voters of Jackson county in tht- ; afox street F. B. Bruee }

'if I : I are brick works car works, oil companies of cro s.tie+ for Dublin. The total 1 court house yard at Marianna. The !I <
,
't ; oil, paper ?ilk weaviojr: value of her cargo was $:$21l,4y; other twc, )1 e,;-rs. Beard and Lamar B \
t t; it .l;:t;1' I' lumber planer, rice and shiugl1 l lJ --- --- NOTICE.
t I i I will repair your watches aod; are expected to call on their j 15 8. Palafox. |
t mill tanneries oyster packing There will be
i, : ; jewelry in flrst-clasa style. J. I f friends in the various counties I a meeting
Rl of
t. : plants ; gla,s, handle, mattress and I tephtns.X of Mt. Horei i) R
J'' ,tf+ \: I furniture f-morie lacd and ininincompanies -- -- ---- the district within the next few'' A. Chapter No. r Fridayevening. Q Iv vvvv w wwAi .
( \ :h. io lR 1JJIt's
I CONCERT: AND at ::
; DANCE; AT d.1YIr. Lamar beginning 11'est- o'clock.

i :t 1 !. MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY ville Tuesday night. By order of H. p. '. ,. .. : <

t a t CRIMINAT I COURT TOCONVENE NIGH TRAINS AT r. fej. AND I W. t:. A.q'EK"'Spcrttar, ij7 .{ fh 1
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.r 9 LAST TRAIN RETURNS: AT :- '. Mistake :. "
t But speaking of the congressional; : !I .. ,
t
If : r 11 :W. TICKETS -
Ui I MONDAY 25 CENTS, AT >
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:. 1 I DEPOT.t j campaign/ i is it possible that :Mr. I Foley's Honey and Tar contain '. ,

.-r I ( ,'L -- I Myers i is !going to be =o discourteous i: n", opiates and can safely be rivento First-Class Western Beef Is i4 ....l.--= .-i'. _.':.., "-_

J j .f r.', The May: term of the criminal I I! :as to absolutely ignore; Mr. Beard's children. W. A. D'Alemberte. I ',. "".t.
I
.
I, Not 25 Cents Pound. S" -J&
a i
i court, Judge A. C. Klount, Jr., presiding ScrofulaI j invitation I to meet he and Mr. Lamar 121 S. Palafox street. I /r--L.1 -*-* L
i / ''
)- ; ., ; will convene at the county I.i is commonly inherited. I t in joint debate? Mr. Lamar '! HELLO IS that YOU LOUIE? Look at our Pries: : \F

j -1L I i court house Monday at Io a. m and I' Few are entirely free from it. was more pulite. He accepted the What's the matter with next rt tur- La-tyear. Now r'w \ .
\k'' \ I day as the opening day? Extra Loin. . . \
1 'I. henlT engaged I In loc to Ifec 20c! "
9 ,,, f deputy are now Pac! weak, puny children are 'invitation before the ink on it was Round i5c(; 15c '" \ \,

t' ,t pummoningtne jury drawn for the! afflicted with it in 'cold. Brisket ,
", l nine ca-es out of Water coolers that do not and Chuck ?; ioc :
I It C. \
\J tl t" first week's bu-ints*. Un: and many adults! suffer from it. -- Rib RoaH rc] lj.c :: t..;
t waste ... ..... '
t This ice, at the Willis Ramp 5c i5C; c: :: !77- ____- ,
,; "Ii 1 J'I ':: The criminal docket H extremely Common indications are bunches in pertinent parazraph i Is from Considering b -r a

: l i. h' f'I: I light, and not l large enough to keep the neik, al'-'e&I'8. cutaneous emptions 'the Wfstville Advocate : Hardware. Co.'s. are cheaper than quality in any above other city price of CUR
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I WAITERS
\ this size In the WAIT
:; MM i the tribunal buy much over a wee k. infiaiued eelidsure ear, "Politics makes strange bedfellows -, If you are thinking of moving We do have to country.pay more for ,

: made ritkets, catarrh: wa-tin-r, and general ]l -the same men who are meats and have our :\01 orH
1 f' r There had been numerous aI today to charge more r-ATHOX.S.
: I see Harry Hallmark or call phone i
debility. |booming Hon. Fred T. I than formerly, but it i Nn't our fault
the vacation but Myers for
I : f yet during : the The service! here
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and
I is all
we
are that
Hood's 251 and let him quote you price He selling as low as we po=- bp desired c' 'I i
.' j f' ; defendants in almost every case findt Sarsaparilla Ff has the best spring floats in the dining roots f4 perfectly .;
I it more to their advantage to plead and Pills I Jacksonville convention two city PARLOR MARKET, punted mid well suited: to the nc /1of 1-
I I years; ago. Had Jackson and Es -- - the individual or the fan.,. .
rather than lay in jail. :
f i t. 't 1 t.,. guilty Eradicate it, i-o-itivt-Iy and absolute- cambia CONCERT AND DANCE AT Phone 13.; "IIU. S. hell|| 4ypROHHALS ion.. Ladies receive special attention u i

".: ( .1 .:;' The most important cases to come !1)'. This Muu-nieiit i* ba-c-1 on ther counties given him their I, MAGNOLIA BLUFF THUU- hav. -I'IMriltt tables.

I rf: \ i are those of :Stella: Evans f t thou-auds of l irmariect cures these :solid vote with the strength; he had DAY NIGHT. TRAINS AT b. b:3u will be received at Our food is of surpassing y .
i 'I up: ,, AND9. LAST TRAIN RETURNS the Bureau of Supplie* and Ac- quality.
\I ,< : grand larceny and intimidating awitness medicines have w r,III::l.t. he would have been nominated goy AT II :W. TICKETS 2: CENTS; count, Navy Department, Wa-hing- Charges moderate.

; II! and Will Robinon. a My Jauctfr hal u'.fua! with, eleveneoresonbermackandaboutberears.Ilundr (ernor.:' AT DEPOT. ton 13. ly"2.D. C., until o'clock noon May
and
The
'! THE POLITICIAN. publicly opened immediately :20th Century
A : ti prt'acher.Vho charged with tealing ._ Elegant china thereafter to furni-h
\ Sar'apanlla was highly recommended and closets, at
S' ,I' a hNse.f. tee t sideboards and quantity of
'! ---- good: health:' MK?. J. U. Joxz, Parker )LGXGLI.IXFF THURSDAY leather- Blank machinery and tooN
proposals will be
t HELLO IS that: YOU LOUIE:? City. ltd. v if.NIGHT.LA-T TRAINS TRAIN AT i'. !8:3rt AND seat chairs at Marston upon application! to the Navy furnished Yard I'h're471.Pearl .
RETI'RAT
\Vhftt'* the matter with text Saturday Hood' Sarsaparilla promises to 11a. TICKET Quina's- Low prices Pen- e"ll. Fla.. or to the Barpaa
{ i ? So CENTS. ; easy
a, i i* the opening day ,I cure and keeps the promise. DEPOT. AT payments. f-"t-. : .. KI-XXY..V. : i-is "mn" ",,1. & Nicolau,

$.41L l2-rnijQa\\!
I 216 f. Palafoi -:.
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MAY 8, 1902. 1

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JVfOSHEE.Vice-Pm.dent O'NEAL President.; ; F. C. HORTON Cashier. ; I I ESTELLA I If YouIBuy Them at the Boston Shoe Store, They Are Good! { f
M. E. CLARK Ant C .hi.r. EVANS t
Condensed mt..tMIM t o, the
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AMERICAN NATIONAL BANKOF HELD FOR TRIALEstella

IT'S HONEY '

PEXSACOLA FLORIDA AT CLCdE OF BUSINESS APRIL 30, 1902. .

(From Report to Comptroller.) Evans, the negro woman w t :

who had been accused of the rob-

. ., .RESOURCES... .:........ .......... LIABILITIES. bery at the Chaffin residence, was .IN YOUR POCKET. ;
T. ? [I. '.1u" 447677.03 Capital Stock .......... ............... .... $200.000.00 .. ;
J.l'iLj Loans............................ 69fc52.6: Surplus Fund.... ...... .... .... ........ .... 10,000.00 given a preliminary trial before Jus- :
..Crdraff: ..... .......... ...... ............ MB-74 Net Profits..... ...... ...... .... ..... .... 6.4E0.76f If !
r Bonds: and Premium... ........ .... bO.2 O.00 Circulation Outstanding..... .... .... .... 74,200.00 tice Wolfe yesterday afternoon and To buy your Shoes at the Boston Shoe Btore. 1
r-re'iture and Fixtures.... ...... .......... 6718.48 Deposits ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... 356,637.70 was held for trial in the criminal We in the of serviceable f ;
"R. :amps: ... ...... .... .... ... .... ...... 608.06 Dividends Unpaid..................... .... 15.00 carry everything way
i !&LdExchacge...... ......... ......... 124,143.20 Rediscounts..... ...... ...... ...... .... .... 82,750.00 court. Her bond was placed at $100, Footwear at Reasonable Prices. Not the
'
c>>! -- and in default of same she was remanded Cheapest-Not the Dearest-but the Best : .

$729,953.46 $729,963.46 for the Money p''
to the It
county jail. was
1-is: bank opened for business October 231900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will giver I I
but .ess: prompt, courteous and careful attention. said she would furnish bail today,
'r Notice Our Window Display of PJF "" :
I Ladies'1'M
Interest Paid on Time Deposits. but her bondsmen are somewhat IU AND IV. I.

_.- dubious about her staying in town Oxfords and Sandalsifor TI1IWAll I Vliii V ;! rtI

B. H. FAIRCHILD, SECOND II should she be given her release and :l t.,

PROBABLY BUY DISTRICT have refused to further bind them-I Kinds'offRep; alrs\'eatly.Done-Prices| Moderate.'q .i; i
T3RIR
urno: pelves. rI 'I

38 EAST ROMANA STREET. TRUCK CONGRESSIONAL ; The testimony before Justice "
JOSE
fret *tr* and Refinishing Furniture aSpecialf Wolfe was in line with that already
COMMITTEE ; BOSTON SHOE STORE i
,. printed in these columns, and as it tx,117 '

Phone 4O3. Thos. Watts returned from Alabama -- 'i' was being drawn out a horde of interested I

-I li this morning and today had a The democratic congressional committee ,I spectator congregated in South Palafox Street. i!

conference with Mayor Jones regarding I
R. K. WHITE, the room. ,
of the second district met at
Manufacturing JI'1\t'It'r j the purchase of one of the I The girl, Loreno Johnson, was not ,
tbmulrr Don't Let Your
Palatka Tuesday and called the
reel hoe
trucks for
use by the town I Justice Wolfe
thought by to have
aud graduate Optician, i j ji
of Chipley. I congressional primary for that district |been responsible for her actions and Carriage Run Down ;
.i ..t1 l'olalOI M. P* '"foUllt !I I (
i While no final agreement was arrived for the same day as set for the i j was released.For for want of little repair. Taken in

.. ._ at, the di-cusion was said to --- time, the cot may b*> trirtill *'.1
state lu. decided
-- -- primaries, July They -
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word to the wUe i is sufficient. We
be of a favorable nature and Over Sixty Yrara.MM. 4
:l 'i very to join in the call of the state i dtcarriadreand wagon ri-p.iinii!:' in i
J the of truck from the WIXSLOW'H HOOTHISO SvRrp: bat all its branches at lowest ,
purchase a
cityj committee. The chairman and sec- been used for over" sixty years by millionsol prices f
NOTES i mothers" for their children while let thing, and warrant all work to lie strictly .
JEWS I j i i* not at all improbable.I retary were appointed to confer with with perfect success. It soothes the chtid.euttene Y\ llrrt-clas+. ?lakeyuurvellicleequal
I the gumsallays all pamcures wind ( k -
i to new in ,
i the campaign committee of the state colic,and IB the best remedy for Diarrhoea HT ) appearance durability
,
Thin Folks Need It will relieve the poor httle sufferer 1mmediately. and motion. Jobbing promptly "XI''i
'_.A- I .. committee and also to assess the Bold by Druggists In every part f : cuteJ.
j I
i greater of digestingand or the world.
power Twenty-five
cents a bottle.
:..t Cinderella: matinee i i ii a--oimilatin food. For them Dr. candidates for congress.A Be sure you ask for"M rs.Wintlo*"'s Soothing lust horse Shoer always ready. I
syrup,"and take no other kind. 1r.PrkLNT i
,' 1.i ,". \: Kin Xew Life Pills work wonders. '
\ resolution also J. 1. Hil.Ianl & ( I Ij
I They tone and regulate the digestiveI I II was passed Providing 0.,
:: lien( a full hou-e at I I I IF YOU ARE
all
organs, gently expel poison* from for the selection of a con- :\0.(1:\ P East (harden M. .
I : '. matinee Saturday at'I the system, enrich the blood improve
make hVsh. o gresMonal committee to succeed the
.1-' 'I appetite healthy LOOKING FOR BARGAINS ,
Only :!-')c, atV.. A. D'Alemberte's. I present one, to consist of one mem- 'i
.
1
NAVAL SlOKKJs A lUU.T.
I 00 w..l! ,hr English services at 121 Ejnuth Palafox street. All kinds of chairs and
I ber from each of the sixteen couc- '
j ,'. .r... hurch! tonight at 7w: For the Repotted Dally for The Newt by rocking chairs at Mansion
next ten days I will sell
ties. to be selected the ,,
n J KV.. Keinhardt: pastor. : CATCHES THEM by county you any article now in stock at a Union Naval Stores Co $ Ouina's. Prices are very
democratic executive committee .
,:.:. ri.ii of the First Nationalin discount of 25 per cent from the reg- R081B.WW. low. _
GOING AND COMING and certified to the nominee for ular ..... .-..MSO-EI! ftlWG H. ......... .....11 :'i :
; iii.! decorated and remod- price. Think of it-you will .. f8o-NU U ..... ... 1a' OA.BTOX"-XA.. '
..... ..... .... .. .._.... .... I i
.. who shall call the committee diamond N. 8'5: F. I sd
Mr. Theo. congress save J25 on a ring or Its \
pin ttd Ylt Nate
: I." : artist painter M_... .. .... ..._ 2 $ E.. ..... .....--125: Beers tie Earls Eaz_
a Nearly every one knows, says an together to organize.Ask where at regular price it would cost It ? .. ............. :245 11. ... _........ 120 : .
100. See 1_. ..... ........ ...... 1 *5 C i below.... 1 3' ear /J i
$ ; you save 25 cents on i
w pn-t .Uice has been e tab- English paper, the little public house BriKITB : I Your Dealer for Allen'III'tHu.Ealie. every dollar's worth you buy. Now
I in .Santa! Rosa county, near Iat I Lad's End, the sign board of 1 --- -- The man who O'AII" hi* own home !
.. i is the time to buy diamonds or
A powder for the feet. ItcuresHwolleu.Sore your
K-ther.:: under the name of .. t Seasonable household insures himself ugal
(I which bears on one side "The Last Hotl'hllou9.Aching,8 fHtmg Keft.t'orus watch or other article in stock
and Buuious. shoe any trouble and I
At all druggists and worry.
I! Inn in England" and on the other stores%ic. Aek .today very cheap. Call and examine and kitchen utensils at the raise his rent and the r

-te-amer Evelyn arrived in ,[ "The First Inn in England," but it -- I good Remember this offer is for Willis Hardware Co.'s. no terrors for t1 lII. It'sa
thl* morning from Tampa withcargo I SUBJECT ASSIGNED only ten days. No trouble to show home now a.tI.ty... i
of general merchandie.I j may not be so generally known thatj :''goods. Watson & Co. can t ?
STEPHENS
j FOR BLOUNT easy it i". fall! ana see them.
MEDAL
Gloucester
at Witcombe near there
..I I finish here for New York. I j 112 South Palafox street.

I'. S. C. 1of: the Central i j jis i an inn at the bottom of a hill Ii i I IJ.Ir. CONCERT: AND: >> DANCF.; : A1'

1 urch will give an ice j I which also has a double sign board P. K. Yonge, representing the !': KeieaU a Great Secret. MAGNOLIA HH'FFTHrKfOAVNIGHT I
It is often asked how TUAI.NSAT !>I. "::\II.I. .\\ U
,! a the church, 10 East I with the-e two inscription. : composition averaging committee, cure, that pnzzlo the best such physjciaus startling n '. LAST TRAIN Kr.lTltNAT:

:. Saturday evening, i' lltfore the bill you do go up went to public school No. 1 yester- are effected by Dr. King's New Discovery DEPOT.II :*'. TICKF X, CF.NIS. AT

.\ ire invited to attend. Ktp lu and have ctittrnuK cup. for Consumption. Here's the
day and informed the class of twelve I
secret. It cuts out the phlegm and o./.. s T o n iv.
:o baking powder And on the revert side: which will compete for the W. A. germ infected mucus, and lets the ,
I w Bun thl A r.d Y J Ita.1 A&i,1 3lcj8ignetcre
,'reaoiu and now '! life-giving enrich and vitalize -
{ oxygen
ou're down the bill, all danger past, Blount Medal that the d'
M: .I: I has taken hold as Come ID and drink a trit-atlly gluts. Composition the blood. It heals tee iu thin eel, !/ .L. :
will I I committee had decided to assign as cough-worn throat and lungs. Hard of 4. "
the increase
!. "! t | PenacoLi! al-o enjoys, the oddity colds and stubborn coughs soon
'l'ld: for O-car is a I a subject for composition! competition yield to Dr. King's New Discovery, r..taraU' Yonr ita.rels l "III I

!F. bruary the total sales I lof a double sign board. Coming up that of "liobert E. Lee" and it the most infallible remedy for all Candy CkthartK. rare ...".d. ,
Throat and t sr. IOc. 5c. If C.O C I.d.druls, .
Palafox street from the wharf it Lung diseases. Guaranteed '
in( March' !lIt cases, I stated that not _
was a more appro- bottles 50 c and $1.00. Trial
\ .i -."icase-1. lint 110 lJlk- I read* First Chance," going down priate subject for this year's class bottle free at W. A. D'AIemberte's \\J Pocket cutlery .. .. ... I
: absolutely pure. It the street it reads "Last Chance." 121 South Palafox ,street.
.. sors from the finest to the
could be cho eu. The competing f
'
-j 1'ensacoi
,- home by every product and it- In either case it seems to be an op- pupils are chosen from those holding : Garden tools in endless 1Illsome I1dIIe cheapest, at the J Willis

portunity not to be passed, and the Hardware Co. I
> ntf nt to home labor. I the highest average in grades variety and at rocL.bottomprices
I old tar feel grateful for the I
'..-.ting of the Ancient suggesthin. 10, 9 and it, and writing of essays on at the Willis Hardware is the pride of a well ordered kitchen

Hibernian lat night nv'te I the life of this great leader will be | Co.'s. SAM KEE'S
I -- ._- -- It is clean and neat and is not only
of thanks was ten.'Le \\ ill Cure ;;' ';\'IId;ln Fur commenced at once.
I
If you want a nice present to giveto usefulness and
: buiiie1men and 1 Minutes: the perfection of
once. a friend, go and look through the j
/. uerally and to the local This is what Painkiller will line of suitable .New
just elegant articles at economy as well as comfort, but au Laundry. jI
till it. Have bottle The final test examination will be .. .. I I'NE
donations and courteUaVieir ; try a in the J. I Stephens: you surely can find I
patronage in iniikiuj j house for in-taut use as it will ,save commenced tomorrow, the first something to please you. If you' ornament as well. There i is no ,
you hours of suffering Watch out want anything in the Diamond line' '
j
',\0 I.typicnic .Ouch u ciu-cess. branch being that of physics. The that \\ IJUILDINXi: j
y modern labor-saving appliance
that the dealer does not sell you an i, be sure to see him before you buy. ,
rocktnir chair donated by imitation, as the great reputation of entire latter part'of the present ses-
-. M 1 ir-to & Juiua&, No. 'JiIrawn : (I Painkiller (Perry Davis'I, has induced I Thos. C. Watson & Co., can be compared to the utilization of NORTH PALAFOX STREET, I

at the park. but the, many people\ to try to makesomething I I siou will be taken up In eX1tnnI the leading Real Estate Agents,tike gas as applied with a Gas Range. .
I to "sell, said to be "just as' Jag pupils for promotion and grade: all the worry oil the shoulders of the .i North ol Court H.HIV. ,<
: >t !liaving presented dupli- 'I
i good as the genuine. 'owners of property, manage the
," took place j and some very studious young peo- Liilrst ImpiuteQ'$1.i| | '|ltiut T and
'
drawing >
It'r ---- ---- I renting of their houses and the collection -
J Peosacola Gas Co
No. 'oil;. Holder rif dtipli- HELLO! IS that YOU LOUIE2' pie can now be observed at the public of their rents as conscientiously S "i"I'I.| |I.i,.. \\ik.'
the chair by prn-entin)g, What's the matter with Ilt"ttatur.-. I as they would themselves. ,, I
Mr. J.III1f'Icllugh.: day us the opening day? school building. Their charges are reasonable. GIVE HIM
to I very Ko. 3 S. PaUfox St.. Pensacola. Fl.. A TRIAL. ;
--
I ,I
I IS that YOU LOt'IKJ: ';, We will launder your spreads for NOTICE. '- "
matter with next Satur- 15 cents each and make them look &5B5H5ESHSH5ZSH55Sa 5H5H5 I .

\ruing day I hike uw. Star: Laundry. I The General Negotiable Instruments .................... L'1 72 ................ I!. f.Y
Law, now in force in the state i. .
0
.. .. .. .. .... ... ... ... I of Florida: provides that paper to be L I t
.. ... .. .. .. Attention .
.. t
t' ."p. .. .. ... ... ... .......,......, j aid on Saturday i is payable before ;. .01. : S Attention .oI. I! : I ;
twelve o'clock noon, on that day. I
P kr S 'j
being recognized as a
Saturday
A ..../AT iJSOLCAHN&CO'S.... half holiday, iu accordance with I Housekeepers 5 i.! I

I, the above, :and the general custom in J L t -_
other cities where the abovementioned :... .: i t i. : H 1 f
.. .......
r law is in existence, the banks % ** ................ ; ; i ifl

1 f in thi city will hereafter commensIng i *SS 2525225Z52552S2.sS-aS. \
with Saturday, May Hi, 1902, > i
close Saturdays at twelve o'clock. r
YOU WILL 1 FIND + ,I First National'Bank, SPECIAL SALE OF-|$;. :
By F. C. KKE.M-, i


r .- ._!: --' -'_' : .. __, ___ Citizens' National Hank President.

f t _, -- ------ -' - -. By L. HII.TOX Prl'GREEN idt Ilt., Towels and Table Damasks I :. 1

American National Bank,
r ..SMITHF1ELDHAMS.uid [ k By W. C. O'N EA L,


: __ ___.-._ v- _w__'_-__-___..__ -_- 8 President. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. r

''-i ... HELLO! IS that YOU LOUIE
What's the matter with next Saturday 50 dozen 17x32 All Linen Huck Towels, t I ;

9 the best of e\erything generallyKept ,, as the opening-- -day? .00 QOZ.
Regular $1.50 H
i I Quality, t
r i
r l in a First-Class) Grocery Store. = I RATHBONE SISTERS. 50 dozen 18x34 All Linen Huck Towels, li"g t ;

Magnolia! Temple No. 4, Rathbone $1 doz i

r ....FLORIDA AGENTS.... SNters.:: Regular meeting Friday Regular $2.00 Quality, .50 e j i

Hut Tin: afternoon, May 9, at 2:30 o'clock. 50 dozen 20x38 Half Linen Huck Towels I
I
Initiation and other very important !
r Mineral Water. businesEvery member requestedto $1 L50 dOl
Mita Springs kk :attend. Special for this Sale f t

.
MRS F. E. BRAW.NER, Half Bleached Table I :
Damask
350 yard A Good {Red Damask .
I E. 25C yard
Miss EIIITH CORK, M. C.
'
, \ Agency Nunnally's Candies = -- ?1. R.--S.::- Unbleached Table Damask 25C yard Glass Toweling & Crash 5 to 2oc yard I*'


. r Tiier Palafox and Intendencia Streets. Marston Quina carry ?* Fine German GLASS BLEACHED Table Damask-Napkins to Match. fc"

o the largest line of matting, ,


; 'a< 178. .< .{ Pensacola, Fla. u I rugs in the, window city We shades lay, etc.our, W. J. &. B. FORBEST '


r % matting free. t I '




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+ THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY MAY 8,19O2V


ai i f, l: NBGROEa FIGHT FOR SUFFRAGE. I -

k kf
t; cg I MISS ROSE OWENS
,., Alabama Constitution la Attacked Before ,

...C State Supreme Court. I No. 120 Seventeenth St.. WASHINGTON, bIf t
I 'i '1j: Jr-"I Montgomery, Ala., May 7.-WilfordH.
Smith of New York the first and
It'\
)( every*uH fine woman oar-a.
& only negro who ever appeared before has the same experience with fiat w.> A
i J the supreme! court of Alabama has Wine of CarJtii that I had, thus \\ t .

1 t. ;J\t\ J glsd! in that court a petition for a I your medicine will be moat fai' .st,. ,

\'I i t1tf' mandamus compelling! the Montgomery | popular. About year ago aM'd. .' f '
I I began to have a worn out 'el.!
250
county board of registrars to register with lassitude, I., '.-I. i
tired feeling
1h a negro named Jackson \V. Giles II| pains in the back and had In ) I I and all other negroes who are Quali'fit'd. I which kept increasing every tO ,>U7 Jyl. ,
: formal affidavit! I I month. I felt that I needed "t'VtmPflt 1'
Giles makes the
Iii SKJN DISEASES ...,,,' 1 I .
1 something but to get the < Ioy ,
: turned
that he i* qua'.ir.eJ'! and was ..
: right medicine was the trouNy.. Mee 1._,. tent to e':\ 1
a.vty: by the registrars: becaus; a" isThe ble. I finally decidtd on f '.'.., .. r

t a nf- {ro. your Vine Cardui sad only needed to in? ''he a.h uv wli, h e .Ie t. .
is attack on the i take three bottla whoa I was fully re. L"r by the I*.I it.V A I. .
'fr' The skin is provided with millions of little petition an j jMonstitutionahty ,. .
h I pores !j I of both the grandfather covered." i inert. Mi** la. ens .'
; and glands invisible to the natural "" "'-!!ll..t'YII.t I'UVIIV a I'Wiiw "
through
I : eye, yet and the understanding clauses HEX Miss Rose Owens who ofVarJai Yetis I t. .
.
' ,{ f)1 these tiny outlets the larger part of the deadly matter fIht'i ) I I I beine mainl directed against the pow-1 j I W the has Government a responsible position serviie: in at taitmg< this great nmliUKriuy : r .:

It. !, that daily collects in the body is carried off. But nature : er of the registrars under the latter I Washington, D.> C., d.-cided 1 to I of hr h nw Noanunationj .

!WJ.i never intended that poisons of an irritating or acid clause. [It is declared that there are I)I try Wine of Cardui, she made a wise .. ..arv. h'"U treatment b,, r'a''It ,a'orzans. .:.
l 75,"..') negroes in the state qualified! j choice. Over a million women hare I
1 character should be curiHj i late
it eliminated through the skin, the Liver and Kidneys being their natural Wn relieved of female'weabieMby thi < momrn 'M.t' !
to register, practically all of whom are h ,,; WJ '
w
j ,ii f :. t outlets, and it is when these important; organs fail to perform their functions that these acid I reji-ct d. The permanent plan which same Wine of Cardui. It i s not a : t'Mu[r] of tuiftute: I'll t l. :

MI :1 c s poisons are absorbed into the blood and find their way to the surface of the body through the I I has neither of the above\ clauses is !I} strong in medicine the war but by may any be woman taken everyday with Au tut 13. I?}). Mr. :'"

H )11. e pores and glands of the skin, producing intense itching and burning inflammation andspelling aiguf-J to be unconstitutional because benefit It does not force results, but of CI\l1O'ron.; I.. ann .

11 1I1Ii Ir and l eruptions of conceivable size and I! by the life list of voters the temporary I corrects derangements of the menstrual I suffered I Umbly at m er'.
I every shape character. .
: I It strengthens: the nervoussystem for three years. I would K>'u ,
t II l Skin Diseases differ greatly in their general characteristics and degrees of intensity. is projnU'd forward into the perms '; ; gives tone to the bodily func, seven months with no flow *' ,
t I I neat scheme.The i lions, acts the 'nital I hive health bAck
on '
: directly p my agn
ti Red and angry looking spots break out upon some part of the body with a mass of small I petition not only asks a man organs; and h the niiest tunic for eifwcttnjf to be cocfuwJ in '
'k
tI Ii I'11ft'fJ; I I' \.1 pustules or blisters, from which is discharged a clear or straw colored fluid, which dries and : damns against the registrars but thai men known to the science of '. w'J-1 I I cannot Anne your medicine <

1ft flakes off in bran-like particles and scales, or forms into hard and painful sores and scabs. i:i the whole 'inrae article shan! be declared ,

r. :: The skin often hardens and dries cracks and bleeds from 1 null and void. It is supported A1La'' '
1 the effects of the fiery acids, WINE of CARD t t, ;
" by affidavits from a number of negrow .
.h" I::1 IK'f \ which the blood is continually \ .
in several counties all of whom

l 1 S fri, throwing off. Pimples, black: OttiiBiwt, Iowa, April 10, 1901. tell the same story I ---

t .t ': heads and blotches are evidences In iC83 1 broke cut with Eczema on my head, legs and arms. The -- -- -- -- -

t Jf of a too acid bloodhich, has Doctors treated ne for about tu years without glvllli.nli.r.. I next PIPE AND FOUNDRY COMPANY. THE NEW GROCERY STORE

' t.''r.' I (t.i inflamed and clogged the tried various! cintir.fnts: : scm and was! es, but these did me no good.I .
1 S \ : pores. I fissi'y! !' quit taking medicine, as the physician laid tbe dims had The New Concern Will Do Business In 0_ :.:=- - -- I.

! $ Skin Diseases being depend become: cfcrcaie: and incurable.> Having endured this tormenting malady Bessemer, Ala.

\: I" cat upon the same causes; require fwr jiout 16 years, I determined te make another effort to Get rid of It Birmingham, Ala.. May 7.-The WILL MOVER

r :,.; the same treatment which must and bejaa S. S. S. in July, 1900, and coetlnaed It until November, wkiiI American Pipe and Foundr: company

t t be constitutional and not external.Nothing I discovered: to my surprise and joy, that Mt a spot could be f.d" I I,I has filed articles of incorporation In Keeps a Complete First-ClassUp-to-Date Sh

1 i:'I i! applied 1 locally 1 1 to the my boJy: which before had been almost covered with the oniitioa.It '1 tbe probate court. The capital tock | .ri

, ; f '. has new been nearly a year tiaee the disease disappeared, but lit i is $1l'I!"110! and the principal incor-1 1 of Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries.
;) : IJfl P inflamed surface can bring much a sign of it has I are W. J. Long T. Y. Huffman :'
1 Ii. ever returned, lid I a* satisfied the care !Is per.afliit' porators -
I, : .. : ft relief. The disfiguring eruptions I and H. C. Mead The
.1, F, C. NORFOLK, 1017 Hickberry Street principal ; No. 30 W. Government St., Salisbury Block

"f't i will continue to annoy and painyou i I' place of business will be at Bessemer. i i TKLtPHO.NK: 3-JT: .

; I'I. .. 1 'f in spite of soaps, washes or powders. There :s no hope of getting rid of a skin disease 1,I The new company proposes to make I
and sell iron ,
\"alvei.
pipe hydrants
t" ; j ir \ j' except through the purification of the depreciated blood and neutralizing and filtering out of car wheels switch and all other foun- .

I I 1 the circulation all poisonous substances and acids. | dry work. The company reserves the l'

1 j' \' y The purifying and tonic properties of S. S. S. soon manifest their influence in skin right to acquIre coal and other mineral ICE AND WOOD.

J'4 il 1 affections; the debilitated system is invigorated and toned up, and the gradual disappearance !I lands and to conduct commlssa-
r }. !I rl! s. WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH I.? TUJKU UlAi '
: of the
f : I eruptions show that the polluted blood is being brought: back to its natural purity and i :Mr Long was recently awarded thei

E J i.. i'I,1* t1 strength. Old chronic skin disorders which have resisted all the ordinary methods j i i I contract by the mayor and aldermenof i THIS :SUMMER THAN EVE': I F'IF: :
r
I, kr .! iIj treatment, readily yield to the curative Iess! ?rcer for the construction! oft SeND US YOUR ORDERS NC1V

-, r. powers of S. S. S. and there is t 116 miles of sewer in that city at a coat
SALT RHEUM ECZEMA no reason I
} r why the long timex sufferer should feel of over $40,000. I Thompson, Olsen c\l CoManrcsa
!
:
;. t resigned to his fate under the mistaken Bishop Connrms Eighty.

:. ,h 'I J I'I, T TTE R NETTLE RASH idea that some skin diseases are incurable I Montgomery. Ala., May 7.-Bishop: I Street, Telef. honc 1 t .' .

I f I for Edward P. Allen of the diocese of MM M v MMM MBVVBMMMM MH MVV B HHM H M
S. S. S. has cured and is still

:! 1.1 f, I :-L: PSORIASIS ACNE BOILS. curing cases perhaps far more desperate Mobile:onfirmatioii, administered to a class: the of sacrann-nt SO Sunday of[ I. TIME TABLE.

than yours. S. S. S. is a purely vegetable : at St. Peter's Roman Catholic church
i i LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE
i I. RAILROAD
'. 111 remedy, containing no Potash, Arsenic : The confirmation of the large! class ; EFFECT DECEMBER 1. IWJlt
: j l 1 tE + or I"Y "f the pniaonnn rlrugc which constitute the lJA.sb of so many so-called skin cures. I a'as witiiPbsM by a congregation thati t '.!

,; ( I "j'.f' Our Medical Department has been of the greatest :assistance to thousands seeking relief i I crowded( tUe church building to th! I Now__ _Orleans and_ Mobile.X24. .

a i1 L ) from blood and skIn troubles. Write us fully about and II| doors. SO,I. SO,2. i I ..
:your case, our physicians will help oI I No.I Nn I
f' I I 7.15 a 12:15m 11:05 p Leave..... fens.cnla.Arrive .. .
'i. t! you, for which 110 charge whatever is made. Our illustrated Gift for Battleship Alabama.Montgomery I _.. i.Ut a I p '
Book on Skin Diseases will be :;)>' a 2:7p IaCa: Leave 1oIom&on. Leave ..; a :' .IIJ

: .i sent free to all who write for it. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, ATLANTA. GA. I Ala., May ".-The commission i -11:1)1. :__a_ Pt'p h2: :'II I 7 tS5::'>) a a Leave Leave. .Nee... .Mobilleave tlrl""DIi Irrte I 1":::Sln't"p 1\;. S' .n
to -
!
.1 procure a silver service forth ,: -N' 'Mb-: -
; -- : battleship Alabama! today, let the

.' .. 'JI.. IT.i I I contract to Zadek of :Mobile! at $S. :ooo. :000. I. --
I' .. I UPSET THEIR PLANS. True I) I. :000
; It. f iv nrc Poem. IL nipin\ ..
|I" | q'J''t'r. I I (000. It is hoped to have the ship at 1:15pm L..a"e. P..n-acola Arrive sa.lpm 5.i am
,_I I How hard !it 5151) m 8:57 IIIrrlvo _. : ...
: : !':!! tMlli tin 11Indl'i': is to tt'll"bat makes a Mobile for P inatgemrry Leave. 11'13. m 8.cP: tB
: The Story of a Hurry Call For a presentation! some time this 1:5am Ofi'4pmrrlv'LHI nllnIl3"n..L..... 9Xt .m '
1- r .'I I I'W j lorknibolauvr.. j truetocm, a lasting oemj! When one I summer. 7tipm: 1:1tJ a Dl Arrlv"_....:\b\"lll" .. ..1.8 6 06pm
." r .!....I MI. nnii who U |{ asks himself what it is, bow many ,, Ys) a III '1:11 a m Arrive .. Louuvilln 1..1'11. 5.15 P In !.4.S a m
A young {lhysid:1tt"'Is an amusing: [ 711&! III IIani: Arrive. l'IDclnDatl .l.r.re.. 4.'"
.t. IU 11 td
p
I TIf'E P D1
; 'i" : i.. | mm inr the (lur. tLings arise, how bard to narrow the 7/em: l:>,'Ptpm Arrlv" !'t.l.nms. Leave ':l.\pm .c
of \pm
experience the of
I days hIs
.. ambuluutr -- - -
t \ I > sat h- : 'i" i.|" II:. 'i. ,t line. :I list down to u few things! Is it beauty j CMUSINGAM CATARRH I -
service 'II !
A Lurry call PENSACOLA
was re-
AND RIVER
1 1'rx 1.1 t t'-! } uii\iniv' jou that i, eeived one day, and he with the amj j I ? Then what is beauty? One meets AM HEALING __ JUNCTION.
'i"J t } u way die'! :" 1 ou I< i\' fi.r nuj never thinks of or recurs to It ,
>0 } III'i| :3 {I"tH'.lcy! tUtu again.
ha.ste j to n tenement in q 11:55 pm 7:1101 II m Leave .P"n.eeote .Arrl..e;
one of the poorer e tMiw J"'JIiI pm II si III
they iiiii-l t tnuxiiKf tlirinsrhes that I of the lie I is certain that without ouo thing there I II |I CJlTJlR RN CUR I::I\ night 11 I:QJII'DIa" I 1 I"r.: 41..- P,
pmts climbed
city. several i It II "
Ii t I Is real /11s ::') 7:14: 'Dlp.lra" '
you will liw n IlImln.1'ars before no poetry-genuine paSlii n. There I'LXI" t"I
I : It.i" ,' ....
._
: flights! of stairs and found at the 11" Jo'anb.a lass: to
tlw-y uill i i,.we it"-IS.iltlUi'jre Atut-n '. eI came down out of heaven and consumed 1 vHar. 9Nr' 12Ja 7'1": ... )Iulat .. tr're a 61
$ I top a family gathered: In a dismantled! 1 .. aS
12.\11" .
i.:9 ..
cau. ; Ellsha's offering because Elisha vVQ ., ., Harp 11I::I" ,
:| ;ly's Cream l2.t' 7.1! ..... ... '"
-- I room faiirroimdt.il by their goods and : Balm a <(< %.t City I'II 1\\ r
was sincere. Plan and build ..
your U' 1" 7U: .
poem ------1 lItOD
I '. chattel*, evidently I rt-ady to m ,'e. !|I J 1$1: ) 1m. ...,. .. .. IIItoJ" 5 I : i '
i I..nail eet e I "D. i never fo deftly mankind will not permanently Sftsy and picaantI ,. (ioo 1 RaJII: i..i
; The patient had teen 1:50. 51-5 ...... .. ,.
burned
the : I .ouse. Contains nonJurioudrue Holtl. sti "
I' 'Vill.t'. sire weld "If you eat nay ductur knew care for It unless It has !gen- !1 ELF 2l It M toJ: ...._.... MII1llIa ...... .. s:$ 1'1.\
but he failed
t More of those : \ : to li >co\pr ui.ne! It i It It 2rl: It l:3:; ....... .... Lu
prtscrvfS' 1'1gin! you a i iwt.i fteling. mu t be impassioned !i quii kly Al>*nrhtu. t're+tttew. 8:13": I ,)
I I sfgJS of ,> until the i 11;n II 54 'i it .... ,,
f I > on mother of the -Johu Uurrou0-hs in Lives Keiitt: pni nil.' 9 lIet'r L" I ._ eSS r \e '
't f | piiic.! I' ; Century: | at once HEAD s:1; It \1:10 Mos.y Hre1: to .
family explained that she "'''' 9H v
the
I
You was vicI Ud<< "
wouldn't! :;
to. whip a sick! boy I tJm and It pens and cl Mnes tb1 Na .tl ra,+aij r sAll.ij.i ':11" \Iji,, DtiJouDak. .. .;>l1ngl. ":l9 r.1ii.t
I .
: amiably loluulerrid ._
.
the "
ln-1 : Arlrl. 7 It .
t u. would yon? he .it-Led pathetically. | The Snprrme Tnt. : Iiid.iuiiuatiim. Jlf.Us and Pn.tcttthe 1' .. _. : a
J 7' Ponce
: II
dol Lroa
formation that; bhe to'I Vleinhiane ip the of Tn 1V"
+ v
tores rn w
was ready to > itoi !
po "
.1 tt course nl't. I' "You 1\:" ) 11/:111' .. ....
II
be Wtil..llot
may a clergyman. said '' and '.
the Swell
: Largn Sue. at 1.17"
Drug irl-ti \
i ITV 01 by I
f the hospital at any time. She was a 1\11'1 It 11) III' .. .... l'aryvll1ot .... II It ..
"llnii I'll vat to luull.lriul Hizi* ilk mail. 711
enough make ; hy : I
; mesick.Cldcago railway dignitary to the It
; stranger who I! e tJ 1<1:91: I .._ .... .
I : remarkably healthy accident and KLY lKiTHhR<. Ron.tsy ft.SS to K
t Post case |had I | 5n' "' 10:11" ..... 1
applied for a half fare 'but lblplo'y .. II
permit 56 Warren rtrett.New York .. S'J":
I.q : the '! ftI" .. I I
p' p II | joung iih.\siciau explained that he : tlIr7" .. C'ottondalt .. .
f .I\ would have to make an c\amiuatiou you haven't furnished me sufficient ev.J 7n' ) 11.5 ." .........ylarlenne II 5 e.19:."I .. I. e,
-- I.
t- If a boy le l I'trfectly l healthy and nor. j idence of !it How do jou pronounce ---- 7Ji tln": Cypra.a II 11 ,, It. ,
f! : :""
and learn the true nature of her Injuries 1.1'1; ) 11:52 ......G reats .._. .i; t'
t iu.il, a iu.in cr r.iiMiis: which be is M-e-l-c-b-l-ze-d-e-k: ?" ,. I R'dgot. j, 5 N' ;
I | before taking! ; hit off. LODGE DIRECTORYKNIGHTS 7::>1 12:4 noon Kneads 6.1" I '
j Ellen to ftnne will ilwindle to a half I :She demurred somewhat wratltfuliy I I "MeJ-kcz-tMltk! ," promptly respondedthe : :13" I::\i" Arrt".I lv..rJIIDelloo .1.e..1 1I"t a,
.
't : pi ut (tx'fuiu te Is ttJrou .-AtcUlsoa ft; ran;SIT.Without .
|, at this, but finally uncovered one arm
t.;, tk)I.e. where was to be seen: a bad but notseiious I another word the railway i OF PYTHIAhPennacoU
;Ir j ma a made out the permit.-Chicago; TRY
,
IllJn'l lin-Uoa I'oreU Der. burn of a week before. It was THE HEW WANT COLUMN !
I
; j y i It was a itie: tn>y in au .Auu-rlcan not a burn requiring untpital treat Trlt.Ut I Lodge No. 3, K. of P.,
.
1 Sunday ... too) who in reply! to his'' -
r went: and the doctor departed a severe m@etlu'@r Monde, ever.
h i' .j leather's n. "\\ bo was the first tongue lashing from the would be ribilacln. Ins at 9A at Cattle Han

J f i I I HiauT" :answered "(: 'ortc! Washing; I following him :ns: he hurried down patient II "\ow, my dear marry him. He Is in KJlldlng the third Blount noor.-- Waal; -.i.AT.--: WEEKLY HCII1.UUI.J:

'.. tou." and upon being iuforiued th'it It the stair, glad to get off with uothir.g old. It Is true, but he has money" VUltlo w6toomld.{ brethren oorlT.'!r
FOR
I( Adam ,' i "Hut. mamma the man live fur STEAM DIYIHONPt
J 11 wad lclJIIII'I.b. welt. If you more serious. may M.CAMPBILI..

are t.H-akiiu| of fI"rvi;;tiers, pvrlups ho 1 The woman's wrath had, food( caul.>. I mouths! -Ltfe.d I! H. Hoftm.ru.K. K.: & t. c I : !UCnl.I.crmGTtnUl; : s \.

; '. ..I" \\ao--'tra: ). -tn'.ll's.. .: '-- --. he found upon Inquiry.! The family ha I i I NICI'S: IIAILWAV COMI'AM.
been d.spo'-.sessed; and It had been decideil Writer For Them. I I
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+I .. 'e Foley'Hmioy :anJ Tar i+ pe- that the husband, and childrenfih.iuld 'I Ping! ; -Dofi he write for the papers? II., B Tniae yoo. Big lean K.yoo reniteolk, .rrlo.tollIt for ,lh* I,
i 4'I c'jjiarly; 'It lrtt'd for astlinu, brow IN for a tier, to one of his relatnen Dong-Sure. Ills a sample copy KIDNEY sad( 'ort b.rr.Qc.i atea tasvy 1.

i''Hti and ho.irotiB-.+. \\'. A. while the wife would Beck refuse: I fenJ.- nltlmore! IIcrsM._ I'I i DISEASES ) s. m.arrln st tort lIarr.neu t .a ,
J ) l\l mb..rte. 121 S. Pal 1.1roX I'J.'M' a. m arrlv. ml Port Herreae..1 '.
Greet in the hospital In tLU! tb. would et s e f e
I way y tit.rm i 1'i' m.
4 p. arrtTcat
tide 0\t'r their troubles! but the doctor's |'I I Know One Sure Remedy Restaurant 1'1 p. m. srnvr.t Kori tort Jierr.aou l.e.' s a
I),) f obstiiuUe tn HM mod fatal of all di liatr.lle. 4 : v
; t h you want a inajniUjeut! watch unfort'Mt-n refusal to cr aa coU.: lu Dime U uy-BaL-ia r ,- :15p. m. arrive at burl lI.rr.aell. f T
f..r little play his part haJTimes. --- -- "3 '"< t
money? If **, call on : p. m arrlvcat tort Karraaeat I *: "
f
I 1" t f Stephen", the jeweler. He will accommodate upset .their! plans St'rlously.- York SCHOOL SUPI'LIia uses. i I, I 1 cola TralDi at '' :e >T* Fort Uarraaeat for "'-I"

!1t' I' you. Vt C, V. Thonipwon'g No. 11 South I IPaUfnx. IfllCV'G KIDNEY CUIE III II I Illy 1:1+1 II P m.m.arrive rein.t at Peosscols 1'.1I&6OoIa. a 'J I .
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The Aztec language la use In Meil- i ImitNl liM4I : |. ':oJ p. ra. arrive .t 'In.acOl._.. I to u I I .
11 l $2.00 Besides Oysters in all styles a.<)) p m arrive ti I'.otacol. 0 to! a
the '
tie
: co at discovery of America lackedthe standard lines of !stationery I( 7..i p. m. arrive.t Ptataoola to! ,
sounds Indicated by our letters b, we have, in tints, with en *S.: a p. m. arrlf st l* at/ool._ 1 a s .
.' WILL PAY FOIL THE d. t, g, r. i.jandv. velopes to match : ,I or fflooif rtdtradr
-- -- Royal Crystal Bond.Hurd's rcmtdid Kcofnlztd by tot1 I' i Fun FOB Will D..tI.Peluac .

I. Jacksonville & Don't Start Wrong. Holland Art Stationery.Bond.Ladles' i Mat phpkiaaa u ths best fat I filled |1PetsseolatoNatyYard I. to Fort Harraaeat and sod retort retire .Y.*.

Don't start the summer with 3. Foreign Mail, Etc. Kldntf and Bladder troublu.PaICI Best the market I I Ptatawlt Palmetto..... sad ,rotor :'
lingering Artins' Material, C>OAT ao..DI1DI.
cough or cold. We all ;, Office Sup .
r Daily Metropolis know what a "summer cold" i. It's'the 'plies, Memorandum Books, Etc. .. or1Mali affords i ii open W'h'1 ooeebee.Lents! w tuer. permits tie r.aa. '.<
All new and bright.1'Ta1.BalIIafJl5top.. W. A. D'ALEMBERTE.
hardest kind to cure. Often i '' fiaiaoola. Lf Fori Hi, f tt '*'
t "it t'I Private parlor for 'I. ">. le e. a.,
l .
e FROM NOW "hangs on" through; the entire sea I *the Tickling, 11 a. m. u ..
son. Take it in hand right now AI and Owl tlaj t i Iaaa3ar8An III tI'brwt I ,. m. tt m

f UNTIL DECEMBER I, 1902, few doses of One Minute Cough\ Cuts I Medic Society Attention. Every Wsman | dinner parties. Ip.Ip.m m I.a..
I ;; will set you right Sure cure for: ll talertWcdiirt ilionM know I Ikbuat M
coughs colds, croup, grip, bronchitis 'm'mThere, will be a regular meeting of It awl, the wonderf a) iomm: Spa'
I I..' C rerin g the entire cope of tbe all throat and lung troubles.! Ab i, the Pensacola Medical Society at 'r it ljl. The MAIVIL new whirGnqSan al ..a. If m
.u Inue
solutely safe. Acts at once. the Board Iyr.. ANTALM1DYI Past Pet atr.ur
l'olticlll'amralgn5! of the Year. Child I of Health office at 8 twe ni owrm. Rst.f. t.IUIOOIUo
I I ren like it.One esi-Mm ConveL.nt. ateBatrt000Aatr
Minute
Cough i o'clock p.m.Tuesday May 13 and 27. h t4iaw luW n,, lard lad relOn.--__ 1M
t APPRESa Cure is the" best couch, medicine I[ I'' Visiting physicians are cordially WI.-..........II. These tiny Capsule ire mperior' Pealseola .. Pala l.. heel sad
f 1 ever ned, says J. F. Bowles Invited to attend. Iff.annotrppytb" I to Balsam tot vCop Jh4i, retara.-- 1$
f I CARTER & RUSSELL Oroveton, N. H. "I never found I DR. E. F. BRCCB M&BVBL.ttrtvt no Csbebt J and'. fo trtUal rxxiTX an.r I'lla. at
:, Injection.
Ghee bat cnd-ump ratQIs.ttai.d [
anything elae that I .
I acted so safely President. boo>- It Ttej la @I
I cure boon Ole
PUBLISHING CO. and quickly;' Hargis' DR. inn i.uitalarandhbtr fiTMIn- ( 48
j. Pharmacy! W. c. DKWBERV, nlnaW.o.wms. .MA"5a4te.; HUM diacMet with&ot
t J.\CK30SVItLE, FLA. I I John dbeptatdSidaey Kahn Ti2ottf Secretary. Rubber hose, all sizes, tithe '
I Room S!!!e Tlm* BIdg.,New \ork.; = leasers., lOt D BY (L OftUGGIST1
t. -- Willis Hardware Co. 'I.
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. THURSDAY, MAya, 1902.t IiI

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POLICE CHIEFS IN SESSION Failure :I 4rfl


r Ninth Annual' Convention of United Napoleon's .

States and Canada. .
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Louisville May 7.-The ninth an- To win the Battle of Waterloo was due to his stomach. In his youth e

I nual contention of chiefs of police! of _<. Napoleon's digestion was perfect. In later life he suffered from dyspepsia ,

the Cn1t d States and Canada was r,: I and indigestion and finally died of re I 1

I railed to order today by Mayor Chas. ;:y; j.I I! CANCER OF THE STOMACH. I i

F Granger. About 225: delegates are :2 I, l II I, tE'' When his stomach failed. Napoleon's fortunes declined Historian -
,ft attendance cay he lost the Battle of Waterloo because something he ate the night \
b I tefore disagreed with him so seriously as to render him incapable of I Ft m
The chiefi were welcomed by the '\ .. I his In time there was no ta
/ .:. t properly directing army. Napoleon's 1
mayor and the response was mad by J 'Iy known remedy for chronic stomach trouble. To-day a certain euro i t

I President Sylvester Harry O. Carr. 'i" exists in such a remedy asKODOL I

the secretary and treasurer, made his ; DYSPEPSIA CURE,

report and President Syhester read .. )) ) Which by digesting what you eat keeps the body properly nourished 1 t

bis annual address and report. ( 'f .. and at the same time gives the stomach a chance to rest. The process l
.. r cf digestion is due to the action on the food of the saliva gastric .
1111/i St. Louis and New Orleans are in I 1) .. juices and pancreatic a secretion of the intestinal tract. If any of ;"

the race for the next convention. Chief \ J these elements are lacking perfect digestion is impossible. Kodol ,

lourulce is making a hard fight for the l\ \ j Dyspepsia Cure contains them all in exact proportion and consequently

I I latter city. The chiefs are apparently ] performs the process of digestion as well as the natural stomach. It t
\"tl'I) is the ONLY preparation which contain them ALL and therefore tho i
In the humor of electing Major Sylvester .: '
only one which digests ;
\
president and Chief Carr
secretary ;
r } ALL CLASSES OF FOOD. '

and treasurer. !; \..: \ t You don't have to diet. Don't overload the stomach. Don't eat too i

During the meeting the by-laws will ,/1t.JlJ'? fast. But eat all the good food you want in sufficient variety. Kodol I IV7j l ll

I be charged In order to make the organization iv U '-"L'Lr Dyspepsia Cure will digest what you eat Thus the body will be sus- t.r: i
DOM / an international association tamed Meantime the stomach will be resting. This rest will soon

t / This will! admit members from "I im ilxty-ntnc years old ind have lived her restore it to health. Napoleon's case illustrates the fact that people !
I alt vv life," wntei W. H. Bowen from Mantua with weak stomachs often fail in a crisis. The moment a nmn's C
,, every country instead of from the O. "I was In the general merchandise builnetifcer stomach is attacked his mental powers are curtailed. The body issustained f ( ;

eat a cold or warmed-over United States and Canada as at pres troubled* for with twenty-five dyipepsia yearn and For indigestion.yean I was I by the food we eat. The stomach distributes it to the various \ t 7

ent. tried everything: but received cute benefit until parts of the body. Sometimes the stomach fails to digest the ; .
t' k a3l. It sets you back just k I took Kodol Ijyipepsia Cure. 1 can say truly food put into it. Then the work of distribution is interrupted and the r '
( Congress will be urged to pass the that it 11 the best remedy for dyspepsia ever put / I
Food be- \ In a bottle. I can eat anything 1 want now and body left without nourishment. This amounts to complete or partial ; I
,Ie day is starting. Mil providing for the support of the fcave recommended it to a number of friends, starvation. You can't expect much of I
\ I Uertillon system by the government, who report the tame good retultt In every case." I
must
u can do you any good, A STARVINC MAN OR WOMAN. 3 ,

of body. recommendations will be made as Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cures the worst cases of stomach trouble. If you have simply an occasional functional derangement F j
your
aght to the temperature to the member to serve on the board with belching, fulness or sour rising after meals, a teaspoonful of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will set you "

.,k your stomach to do your cooking of control.! right at once, It never fails.
THEY KNOW ITS MERITS. II,
Numerous chiefs have also expressed I
-ciicmbcr that warmed-over food cannot : 'tIn-lna burn i a great inilerer! from Indlgntlon! and reiuitlng t vlli fur "I bad itomai-h trouble all my Ufa."MM Pmprle tor Edw Mehler. of
themselves as favoring a secreti I I rnulved to ... "... bee Mad
yrari and bring uutble to obtain permiarnt rellrf. try the Vblon Bottling Work. U1B Parade bt.,1-.rte. I. <1
much strength as food that has I i '0<11' of communication to be used by Kodt/l lijiprfit Cure." t.ri Postmaster R. II. K.udtl.of Dunlap. all kind of rtmrd.r.wn.ulted.evrr.i di.ton aDd spent' cocilderabl: I
> 'I 1.. -Before I bad aced Doe bottle I knew 1 bail found what 1 Lad lone money trjti- la net a moment prate. .Flnaij: n ail of Kttdnl 1prptta t
the members of the association. looked. for. After few botilri I wts cured of lore 0...In my Me that Cure lad bought a trial bottle I tint used! ftrnl BOW and> I ..
--rn cooked l I I bid not been free from (or more than t'D years I.m bettrr today can wy with the prratnt attraction tint I nrver found III aqua: 54
than la rears,and conilder that Kodol Dyspepsia Cure tu given me a curing nomacti troub.e. 1 g:jj recuuiuieud 1C." 1 t
AUTO TRIP UNDERGROUND. Gee Inievf life." I .
SCOTCH OATS -- : Prepared by E. C.DiWItt t Co., Chlcsgo. Th* SI.00 Bottle contains 2t time tl much (by actual' measurement) it the trial lilt : '
centi.'
of New York and to ; :
Mayor a Party DYSPEPSIAO
(SoU by all Grocers.) Make Novel Tour \ KODOL CURE' DIGESTS YOU EAT.WHAT I ,

,
i it twenty minutes in your _' New York May ".-The mayor of -- I, .1.

Makes flesh Greater New York will, on May 17 Wrecked Spanish Warships Purchased
kitchen. I THE GARDEN SECTIONo !
make the first underground trip in an New YorK, May 6.- .\ representativeof
I t
6 e muscle, blood. automobile that has ever been made tin American company purchased
I o'-
k t t ..nv!, and always by an official! of the city. He is scheduled the wrecks of the Spani'h warships I ,'

I j the lecture '.f the to go at the head of a processionof Almirante Oquendo and Vizi-aya. and Florida '
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d 1'fl.er' or it seven automobile, the passengersin they will l Ie broken up and sent to i', :

M J I Isn't real which will be members of the board Philadelphia as scrap iron says a Santiago t i
SCOTCH OATS.t I Near East Hill Electric Terminus
Railway
of estimate and department officials of Cuba, dispatch to The Tribune.
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Irooklyn, through the large 15-foot I The vessels will yield about ), I

Discovery of Marl. iImrllln ewer that i* now bring built to drain tons and the government will receive Beautiful Lots for Sale.
Rliam. Ala. May 7.-An- I'
t hi entire Bay Ridge! section of Brook- $I a ton.Martial. i
coin "iittnt is matte! here that a dis- :
\\'f r{ r GO R I'o't'ry I feet at from each accord-
: ( of marl an., cement ruck has 1 'I'n.The Law Declared in Pollava.St. 40x137 $75 to $200 ,
I offlciali) will have the novel exrience -
been made ii pioirty in South Alabama I l'.* of traveling for a mile or Petersburg, May 6.-As a resultof ing to location and surroundings.

1,, longing: to the syndicate of the peasant disorders martial law

'"i .1 ix-aVrs 10rso Which company T. G.HlI, h. of Blr-1 I IrnirKham .more through a kuMerranean passage has been proclaimed in five! districts Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View,
0 felt or more below the surface of
is the head. It is stated of the province of Pollava. High Dry Fertile Lands.
and JapaneseFauC'y ) trrolerty he streets. The Brooklyn officials ; ; ;
that extensile clopments of this
desire!" to show the mayor the many by buying
Goods will lie umirrtaren in a very Save 1loney
plaPs in their home borough where The grandest opportunity for investment ever
tl.ort \\Lilt!. Theyii: include: the' ; J, your furniture I. I
I i ant sums of money are needed to begin .i cffered in Pensacola. I
FINK CHINA TEAS, ii.lainj of th.'U material and the at Marston $5 Quina'sGreat ,
; or to carry forward improvements: j I .
31, South Palifcx' St. trtttion of plants to manufacture it I already under way. One of these 1mirovcnieiits Furniture Emporium Home Seekers Should See These Lots. i ?
Into ftuient and trira cotta ware.
11'"f'\ I't-I! 'a'ola, Fla.K is the Ray Ridge sewer ,
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rhis newer is one of the largest ----- -- -
ever - -- A.
V-.Clubbs
Jelks Makes Appointments. ; j
PARKER'S II t,milt and when it is completed it will .
Mont,olll >r '. Aa May /.-Appointments REMOVAL NOTICE.Dr. .

,. 't.HAIR.. ..,;<1 braJU.n BALSAM 4'.. hirl : Lave been! announced t,)' Goy drain! a territory covering: the greater Corner Garden and Alcaniz Streets, ; : it
r. loi.ir.liil ftilh.
M' IIi. 'art of that section! of Kings county'south
.. raac' Kntore OnjIK error Jelk as follows: Notaries pub-i
G. H. Tuttle .
Youthful Color. of Prospect Park ,
,. .
"" k ba r t "'C James 11. Johnston. Sumt!'r, S imtrr ,
IH|!t'a.t llrtiZfMl 1
-- <'unity: .I(1-t'ph 1-:. \ckt>r. Ozark; Dr. J. G. Heard, 1i IE
I F. C BRENT: WM H KSOWLKS: W. K. UYKK, JK., J. H. RUHE.'re&l .
of the There catarrh. in this :
jiij-tu-f-s pea(e..1. J. Edge Tus- u more : t'c. I ..... .
BEST FOR THE I.g.., heat :2. :Macon panty; J. C. It ion of the country than all others | DENTISTS. 1ent. Vice-President. fabler A M

P pp"rd Jerry, beat !I. Fayette rO'In.1| t lieaes put tojrether, and until the Kooins 7 ami 9it OMIC Tfllll.II /,.
t -nrnalilpp.. Alto I I.. Fleminj Wos-l'; ':tit few yearsva: s-upiMW-d to be iururable. I
All branches of and First National BL-
Surgical Operative
For
BOWELS !1. '. it 11. Henry countyV.; 1>. L. j ( a great many yeir: i Mechanical cntiitry performed wall tech-
doctors pronounced it a local diie ;;- nical skill.
'om-nt of the A', ,,isou. Opp, beat 3, Coucgton eouny ,'; and prescribed local remedies 'I Spfcldl attention given to Children' t

: J' .t I mil by constantly failing to cure by.ocal Tevtli.i.old mid Porceiain Killings, L'ronn I
." .e.I.r!; ..' "",.... .1. treatment, pronounced it in and Bridge Work. OF PENSACOLA FLA.DXjFiiHOTonaei '
.r Irtl&uIC tie Lo.tJ To Move Convicts From Coalburg. j j101111 curable. :.Science has proven catarrh -I: nest Material; Competent r"c'.iipm-nt. .
to he a constitutional*;e, ,'
CANDY \ >0111"1')', Ala.. May 7.-On the j Telephone No. I17S. I j jW
alld therefore require-constitutional
CATHARTIC I mart ..f Dr Drni;. statp convict: phy 'I treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure. tI. H. KNOWLE9:: W. A, JJLODNT, F. C. BRENT, ?, K. H VER. JR 1

a1 hIli II I I Iii ,an Gnv'Inor.ielks has derided! not : manufactured! l h y F.J. Cheney &("0.. GUAM: KXCTKiHlXTo : D. G. BRENT,

tn rant tie Sos.! '< company further Toledo, Ohio, i is the only con"titutional -

t i ic art the i-tat1 c-cmvtcts away '', taken internally cure on the in dos market.from It 10 is r g U A B. ht UU $ : '
r tu wID : I gL
f"1, : i ( 'i ntiurg! Th<'y will !hp at once drops to a tea"\.oomiful.; It acts directly !I u i t

r -i. 'v.-d Tiii irmnty convicts will: bft I i on the blood and inucousur I !

I 'a-d| to remain for a few months face of the !'"-tem. They offer one I f
hundred dollars! for c' it fails i..We Jraw car own Bills of Exchange Ru&t
'iiitil th HP* mutes are ready any :! a I on Britain, IrelanJ i

lAT 'EM 01. I'LIKE,I..",. 1', CANDY ct d. (Inlnc..1, [(.: t lima: |I to cure. *Send. Addres for "circulars, and testimonial Greenville and Montgomery, Germany. France, Austria, Italy: Holland, HI aln, Belgium, Russia, Kdwy I :

,: ,r.. r..q"I' .uJ.nlhnrnu buKklrt a F. J. CIIEXKY ArnToledo leaving Union Depot at 10:3o p. m., i-weden. Denmark and other European oonntrits.rSTSafety !
/V Veteran Editor Passes Away. Ohio. Saturday, May lo, tickets good for t
IM 1 KliriMT, inn ode.. .
one day, leaving Montgomery at and theli 'I
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\er May 7 -John 'nort"n, ed- Sold by drng-gists. 7oc. i
11:30 Sunday night. Fare for the Obligations Taken Parable at Poof )negjmmi Yen or Fifteen Dan I
SEEP BLOOD CLEAN '
YOUR ---'-- -- 1
It.'r .t the ('rip ph' Creek H.-rald! and ( round trip, to either place $2 GO. aha Vessel ArrlYea here:
oar tit th" tuft known i I.onx Ulnni PrrallnrHlr. I
newspaper men From Cantonment or Century same I
In \'.i.ira! .h) is ilt-ad. Mr. Shorten was i i The class in geography In one of thenrookl.rn as Pensacola.: Secure ticket and Deposit Boxes for Rent In Connection

SCENTS WANTED. i iT r.'a' .Li and was horn in England.; i iII I schools, was being examinedthe I sleeping car berths from L. & N. with which T79 hare a Irrira Ajmrtrsent for the Use I I !4r

\ r\ke! other day when the tencher asked: ticket a vaw ?*> in thp confertfrate il..
DEWITT TALMAGE. msNi. : "What are some of the! natural peculiarities two and three day excursions this, I ,
\ liKWlfT TAI.MJK: ann: andvas on hoard the Trent at :, of Long Island! season. For further information apply I. ', i
ill Cliriitluu (Ht-rftUI. the tinit- of the rapture of the confp- to I .
The pupils Indulged In some heavy .
.. l '.y 1.1:11"1(1' Iniiuly. f'rat auer.ts.' Mason: and SlidE-I! 1 I .Linking but none retpondt-d., Suddenly ROUT. tits orPETI.RTHOMAS ESTABLISHED 1863. I ; !
". nf< :.t> Yo hoHct iuich J i is __ I I ,
Write ttiltttedlntety To Rebuild Burned School. :I I a tat boy with a red face who bad Excursion Managers
I been shifting uneasily about In his Beat I McKENZIE OBETINQ & CO. t ;
4thSt.PhiladeI-
J22 S. !
D.thall.13... May ;.-The contractfor : ,
thN taper a Votiltn* I received an inspiration. .
rt-huildini:: the hoolho'ise: hen I "I know" he exclaimed raiting his I I 7 :

which w .it, Imrnt-d last January hasp I baud. James Hughes. li
i General I
!/',..isleardrd >- < n let to K. A. :Moody of nirminir-; i ""'t'll. what are they?" encouraged Ship Chandlery and aardutat'e: '''i'I'i \:

/ at Paris ham His hid \\'al$1' 'n The highest i the teacher. FOUNDRY, ,

bda) <\ ?:<(H.:'<" ; Tic: building "" 'hy." said the fat boy, with a trl 80S AND eo.-i 1. t'ALAFOX 8THKKT.V a \j ;! ll:

WI!! h.of brick nr.1! t 's, -tories 1 nmpbaut look around "on the south Machine Shop & Boiler ----- / JHTSTCTV- I I ; !

h': h and uiotl i .1 i ,-,nipoint. I side you see the sea and on the north REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEnLI rrB KONH CO.'8 \! "1 '

rnent It 's to I !1.1'1: '. 1'1 1. I i bide you hear the sound. j Works, GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. BUSHEL::! BON'S PUMPS :
| lie was moved up to the bead of the f I

Englishe! ..
r4 N "Wllti.: in: acted \VasLington Times. COMPASSES LOGS. ETU I J
CORDIAL 1'EXSACOLA, FLA. I i i
for curt ol Poorness ttat't' "'whyerv you absent from I McKenzie Oerting Collecting Agent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent Asso t
I'd General l>e 't" .": r'- u.orninsV";: I :>o Plnre For King Saw Mill Work and Repairing elation. I ;
to strenphcnsc -i I i1.oiiif un Mote. me coat on me." I .\American battleship: once had a I i I f

: nirc.latem.l.n.ul .... :it's thJttoe! your coat 'on ; visit from the king of Italy. The gor I a Specialty. 4 i, I I'II

.'. ireous apparel of the king and his suit
i AR .i WE WILL FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE!
St a.. L :I in't talk.! saM William's broth- : splendid l In gold lace and decorations
i I tilled: the sailors! with awe. During tb'
,
.a. f .,pi- 'lie iiit'ans some un stoleN Writ "I
tiwiay fur our handl -
N ,.:' :! in.Ni'W York Times. i inspection one of magnificent; members TIG Best l IObI ftxiii...IUU"IPd.what ntalosur READ THE LETTERS '
of th" suit stepped backward and mmnii we ..frt for ..lime', J', i
eon him and our""" 1>8. W KiTrt'xurli youpurrhi.tof
: disappeared. one I .
1'1. i hr 'lorry :\ot Lrnt. misled 1 a tun of Snap aredraunr.. wits .tourI -
\..IUO14AitNkRVAQRY witnesses to Ls! misadventure | or bo tle (''f rrtume Weir oujhly abe; buuw.W .
tbt
were no
rt' I
Mr I :. .ilti : -TLe book ,
t gloomily) eboirrof e.' "neof II..hand
kevi> .r has run v.; with ail: my money : save weather beaten tar. who : Ml enm.dpr irlwwareuyear wameiolMu..rkt,, 1.1', IIrk1a, ", I pr I!
( l U/tyis hnivraEoa.twg: ILie.l.le
leaned the rail with n grin ot '
ijf MUSIC (
: slid we have to go to the poorhouse :" against Us race.t last hf ey d Weag Plah-InSrgherta.urwber!i4OWy24 aatfug tiwenti bum of Soap To "I 13 i j
1 :Mrs. kE'siJl"-Xo need of that my !huge enjoyment on give a &"-1-Ire Ulur ..,!- i "J

::q ,f EESI Director dear. Well get a divorce, and you ; Bald went ns up he to Jerked the officer his of thumb the deck over and his I And the Bet Liquors I IimrerymwSpe.rdwt Batetr.4, d.tiM V'., lM.H to>M""'trrc.-bltl M.we.u a full.imuniTi'wraiwP mo fi l'01"...l.imily'.l*...K.:...\Inn-stet, 'I I i} j i,,

marry the woman who got SO.: oO out of all kinds served b, :jrt up tugibcr oriler-.. my : aa rLary[ ( Room tUim. l nun lure. t.
II I I shoulder "One of them kings tell down I I.K* Inrtiins. ttal.hr>. l.mvea sad 1
I of you ia that breach of promise suit, I Polite and Courteon J.n.t EE-aw. York t.nnuewar.. f4wmF Marlddn I iI 1rf>> !
( 'iiure. Violin and I'll the booLkeeper.-New i the hatch: sir. -LJppincott's Magazine.Wants Attendants. N.tn.nvttae, emu 1fu.ralli.arntnrnte.l.ie. I(r..hiapre.' ;I, i
Pipei nurry i r.iOt117t": t..l.Y. My -I0111*'* are Iii f.-rrel.... allow a very 1 lral ....nnd.- ,
'. 'LIndolin, Ouitar, York Weekly.A I ach wed p.ea.ed auw.mps.: vain hm tnv .amp.Wi ,We have nut ".n a"au we trout yoo. Non.oneyrrgmrr.t I 1 3 :
I ".. FULL MEASURE tKD 111 r. irloit. andanoth.ronter w e..lll'ow J"0 15 iT' IBW In whlrh .
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etc. jPtuicoli j -- -- duJ1I. ... sour
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LESSON IN HEALTH. DeWitfs Little Fin QU1LITK.DANNHEISSER. S. imiwy U-for eying III .IIIJ. v
"I have used
: Concert !
) Healthy kidneys! filter the impurities Early: Ki-ers for con-tipation and SALVONA SOAP CO.. Cur 12th & PinE Sts. ST. LOUIS MO. II'. 'I
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:'tra.ig from the blood, and unless they ;' torpid liver and they are all risht.: I BROS. \ i 'I''I't I

'- f" !', Masic Furnished io thi* good health: h inipo?ible. 1 am glad to indorse them for I think AOENTS FOR THE CELEBRATEDi 1

Foley's Kidney Core make: sound when we find a good thing we oughtto .
i::1 i Occasions. kidney and will positively cure all let others know it," writes Alfred i I I. f, Harper We?. Paints, oils, glass and I The finest line of umbrellas in the ''

.; forms of kidney and bladder di el.e.: Heinze, Quincy, Ill. They never. M ain House-401 S. Palafox street. city i I" at J. I. Htephens'" Uo look (
E-r JmbiH ote!. It ;strenzthen;= the who!.. "v.tem. gripe or distress. Sure, safe pills. R.R. Exchange-Opp. Union Depot builders' hardware at the at them.

t "- .-f Fit Baptist: W. A. D'Alemberte 121! !S. Palafox j Har h' Pharmacy, John Sheppard J P. 0. Box 2!<1. Pensacola, Fla.
-onlu'r'-;
JaI.UUI iron
i Sidney Kahn. Phones 116-266. Willis Hardware I tbr : Wood Hare
arch. street. I Co.'s. .
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i THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MAY 8 1909jgIk

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WONT FOLLOW ADVICE AFTER J j
'MAGNETIC PAYING Inn IT. JI I FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY-

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In a recent article a prominent -
SOCIETY E\ENTS\
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physician says "It is next to impossible
1 1 PORTR. for the physician to get his patients -

a m WATER NOTMEDICINAL For May tosate .... .. _.*IMdal to carry out any prescribed SUBJECTFOOTWEAR
I t 'course I of hygiene or diet to the
; ?J 1ND A PERSONALS
i' ARRIVED. smallest extent; he has but one resort ea

I .:. 4 !fI Am 5i Evelyn, 1K5 Mills. New York via left, namely, the drug treat-
\ lS2ii Tampa, to Gulf Transit Co ment.. When medicines are used
n Norse HirunJo.Lumber!:Co!!.!, uU n, Liverpool toPanacola for chronic constipation, the most;
\ii b F. M. McCa'.l of Brewton id among I mild and gentle obtainable, such a?

E \.1.-I f1 the guests at the E=cambia.i'Geo. CLEARED. I Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
t I ESCAMBIA OIL COMPANY WILL be Theiruse
Dutch si Gamma, additional cargo for Tablets should employed.
"t : | | H. Cox of Hartford, Conn., Rotterdam.JM.iwu ft lumber, lXo t Itta..n is not followed by constipationas ,

: i :111i14f is among the quests at the Escambia PROBABLY CONTINUE TO Br sea timber t'nion., talueK-1"7i, l>Foster! by master for they leave the bowels in a natural I STYLESI
; i'! Rjatan, with ::1&/>,<>") j ft lumber, -f>,,,,,, shln- and healthy condition. For sale
y : .Ira, value Ml all and medicine dealer
by druggists .
t BORE FOR OIL and 111 t'ied Button si0ivLadit" | ..
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} t,;3'; 'I. T. J. Dorman a popular crockery I ;;. .

g tqJ: '1 f drummer of New Orleans, is in the HAILED. .* I'at. Leather Tit> .V C'oinnioii SeiiM-OXF ).,
,} Dutch 93! Gamma. Uekker, Goode Docks
f\\( I HELLO! IS that YOU LOUIF.What's ?
& ; city today VIA Rotterdam
.oJ. I I The special; committee appointed Ir brig uaioUratier, Santiago the matter with next riatur- ,

J' : J') t J. T. Hughes of Florala, Ala., a at the recent meeting of the stock- ,' day as the opening day?

' I-l..t"' popular saw mill man, i ii a guest at U.QLARAHTINE.Nor : QUALITY
1' i st 1 holders of the Escambia Oil Company bk ltJt1rll, to 8 P hotter Co THE SANTA ROSA i
11 it' ,r tf;i. the Merchants. It bk Due ao.-elle B to order
l !1 to negotiate with the Pilots' Am sea James A Garfield to order SUIt BATHING ESTABLISHMENT
: 'j Mr H. H. Thornton More .hall1111',1 I\JHH to Timl fur
1'f
expects logo ,I Association for the utilization of thej I the P. .
I r .if.. ; '. : to Montgomery Saturday to visit ,j THE SHIPPING. lathing in the warm gulf water; i is
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water now flowing from the oil well-
I I I r her friend, Mrs. I. H. DeWees. j' conceeded to be the finest in the

.' i! the contract of the company with the VESSELS IX PORT.sTEAMSHIPs world. Everything for pleasure with PRICE
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t, ;r Joe McVoy, a prominent citizen )!! association for the boring of the well : safety. Good board and lodging, by .
'. I y 1 r and I leading merchant of Canton- j Span Gracia 21:* Luzarraga to Gulf the day or week. Luncheon promptly (

it i I, J 1./1 ; inent, i is in the city today shaking: Ion its premise involving; only oil Tra:1.a CoBrJecob Itrigbt,17S4underson, to Pen- served at CHARLES all hour H., day BURTON er night.,

i i hands with his many friends. rights-today made its report to the aoola Lumber Co
,I i SHIP 2m-tf Iana;er. 950 Fail

V I ,fIt : The Ladies' Aid Society of the'.company's i board of directors, Ner King C Ilrlc. Poulsen.to Pectacola

n t1' .. t sofa 'j.r Prt'byU-riau church will meet with through its pre.-idect and was: discharged Lumber Kr Lizze Co I'.urrell, 1H5, Rice, to 8 S L Oo If you wish the very best ,,

: ; ( _t Mr?. Burrow Friday afternoon at 4 from further duty iu the HABK ice cream freezer the very I\

h$ r If 4l,I 4,i; 1 1t' o'clock. A full attendance desired. ,, premises.The Nor Nor Aitath A1 .iM.Torger4eutoordrr*. 1I7-1. bjonnt: s?, todLlo lowest price, the Willis !\:j NOTHING ELSE TO SAY ..01. v< :< ,,

' ,1' 't 1 fl' At the meeting of the Alabama report of the committee, based (per Adele, >77, Langhoop. to orJer Hardware Co. can please:\ .
Km Albion. "V. - -- ---- -
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! vi lt\.f; \ \S1;I Grand Lodge KnighU of Nor Blrma.'oil', ';
'rH' ; 1'ythias JOl1n oll to ord'r you.
t t : upon official analyse- the water It Iiu:".'ppe D AllmaJo, \'. lu Rev J. M.
t" tilL s at Montgomery Daimel-: saco Kro .
"'I : l t f., from the state chemist and from the It 1"W', CONCERT AND DANCE AT
ly of this city was re-electod grand Hawkrsburg riolgiaao to order

It ij .F I.Fr t"fu'' waiter of exchequer for the fourth celebrated New York chemists, Le- Ku Ilia.!Nrra,1tr.Hogtblonr.CoaSLCoIt fig :01 aCetRnol, to Roa-.co BrosIt NIGHT.MAGNOLIA TRAIN.-BLUFF:;* AT THURSDAY n, Si':; AND MEYER SHOE CO. .

I'f II'ii .l b)i .t-ar. : Doux & Co., showing that the waterposees Nor Martlnin,7:Mirzapore!, Zpn10 1175, Johnson order, to H II 9. LAST; TRAIN RETURNS:

.tj 't ; Boyer i 11:50. TICKETS: 25 CENT:;, AT
t Clint C. Houston, .secretary-treas no valuable medicinal or Nor Mataara.; JI>;.!, Bruusgaard. to 8 P DEPOT. Feet FuriiNlier. for Ca-h Only

S 1H'! r' '." ir. ii urer of the Georgia Federation.. of ,.. remedial: qualities, simply recommends ttliottrrco Nor Paragon, 7tt Buscb, to 8 P SUotter ----- ---

;i I I It I Labor and district orguiz(
International Typographical Union, to orderIt
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its utilization be
; of Atlanta dropped. Tit m8, ,,15. Leboffe. to order
i is in the
city today on I i I
\ .J.' business.; !I II |j i, The board of directors will hold a Br W'tldwoodItzgerald 1 stavat, d.jf l, Aaltoaea, to S, to P ord..rKUi Shatter
i. 'f. ) i Co A. Wade & Son i
f' meeting shortly and proceed, under
th. I. 'i\. 1 1 A telegram was received this BRIi4. ;
It line Horelle B., *
114' Costa to order
') the
action
1 ti'\ } .Ift morning from Dr. Frank O. Ren- taken by the stockholdersat SCHOONERS.:

1 .+ ; haw stating that he had left New the meeting;: referred to, to arrange Am Clara Barton. 57, DeBrus to mailer .< REAL ESTATE ...c
Am James A Garfield, 4h1, Dill, to 8 a LCD j
I, \a York for home and would arrive' for continuing; work on Am Lizzie B Willey':!, Rivers, to order | Mosquito Netting !

f. ') i ;, .f' .1'. here tomonow morning. Dr. Ren- I'I, the well, in the hope of finding oil, A Am Merntt Mary* Co E Morse i 5K8, New'bury, tojno Rental f eats ail Mosey Brokers,

..1 'hl t" ,. haw has visited Washington, New.< Am Pesdletou Bros, 7t., Kneelaad, to
\ ( '! the indications of which, according; SHLCo :JS West (;eminent St. < -
: J 1 ) York and all the large eastern cities, i, Br Union.72, Foster to master r-T Tiiiir -n *

,I i where he ha: had a malt enj jyable to the reports of the chemUU, are Am Win J L"rmond,7ti7. !:!utbard,to H S L ,. j

"lljr Ii time. exceedingly: promising.; ;j jI Co City, Surburban Property and 1 Exilfel. _,.SJ ;4,.V 1 t tr ,
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CP. CLEARED : LSD FOB PEl' .. ; ... .
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:: J : Foley's Honey ana Tar'I Don't think less of your Y"tem' 8ACOLA.8TIAK8HIP8.. Timbered Lands for Sale. .\.,. .....,:1A- ">-T'". i.i >

i than you do of your hou?". Give it : < / '. PUnc1IO"- :> tc..OJly .: >
I cures colds, pre\ eats pneumonia. KriJa Horn. Gar aid London March 21 E. ;( '! ..... <'.::.". 1
a thorough cleuusing;:, too. Take Rents -.i"_ '... .. .,:0""', "-
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Collected
ijlanco Br. sld Madeira April S5 Prompt Returns Wade :tP T. '\ \ ,
1 .11 f Hood's Harsaparilla. Hornby Castle, Br, iijti, Gauge, lid Rotterdam I !):) r' r. ; "J ....-!;)_
April J1)lamiborg i : : j '(: >
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J!,- fcvted Mi), Scbrell, CardlJr "z. .1 1 \
j THE WEATHER HELLO IS: that YOU LOUIE: >b 11 Valn.iMe CitrutpcrtN Ini- >
What's the matter with next :Saturday :: Vermont. Hr. sld Harry Aprili5 t. : Il .
.' I t !' as the openin day /.a/pirak: Bat.pan: old Bilbao March 2Alexander l>roti'd and l'nintproted| j jlor t I I'j': )
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[' 'jiI f TO-DAY The finest line of sterling silver Lawrence, Nor 11';.), RosariO F
good and silver novelties i ito :Marc 1 i5-El i
be :
Aalta a, It,;r.I.lt Tecerlffe Nov MHar5agllere. I I I List with Us your Houses for Rent. I t 5pRfSGj J [
i found at J. I. .'terhens'. Prices to It, aid ftvona March U 1t 1- .1J >
t iJ\ { .! hk please all Cognate, It.r.": .Marseilles! Ian 11 1 ...A.a : z . : ; ..
1., I .Jijl .
.. L Hive :'lountIt, sld Lfith Jan I*

i r i i I.. :, 'l" "'l.I ti Friday; light northerly-tot bmixrly '' uul- MAMMOTH-BIRDCAGE.One Virginia, sld SCHOONERS.Malaga, April 1. -- J .READY=MADE BARS.. :j t

p i ,; 1 I of the I.ltllv Known Attraction i Goo V Jordan, Am. sld New York April 27ellie
h Paxson & Hall's
Temperature in Last 24 Hours
I. I I ".1', : I of the .tatiooal Capital.Washington > W Howlett, Am. Hd Sew lorlc j IN ALL GRADES AT > 1
21Like
,, April
11 'If r'to )1111Imurn. No11I"lre"8 I Ii' in addition to Its other ,

\. I M mi mum Temperature Eliewhere 7U: "grnns ,i age attraction In tbe, posifss UnltoJ! !States the! ,largest perhaps blnl-lath DaUiea Before the Si-jlhe Transfer.SPECIAL ; \ THE BIG STORE *

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I'. .\ 'f' Atlanta w; lit dimensions and 130 feet high and I II is mer by cholera infantnm. The at I K

: 1 1.rn..rck"l,". 44 I looatcil in the very heart of the city tack of the disease is sudden, its ATTENTION ; < White Goods and Laces >

c .f c O.VBKOfmciDnntl ,.; M ru at the busiest point in a !busy section progress is sometimes terrible aud .
"n HIVES To < f
4 ', ta.ton: .... ..7,1 1.1 It K: In fact the court of the post- rapid. Mothers who have give >
tJuroo. ..... .9'! IS I their children Davis' Painkiller !1 < For Commencement Dresses *
J Rl'hlonviIb' ," :I office building! and at times! it is filled Perry & :
d I Rall a9 City .... .. 72 7.1M I with yarrows, their! twittering filling: in water with a few drops of Baggage and Hauling.
,1 Key Wet 'I" 71Kale brandy added can tell how thi* treat

{ MkiiipiliM"O.lf .. f.'4!, 'M the grulty air to and the lending otherwise: a strange solemn rayon our ment has checked the diarrhea and Machinery. :
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l J "llrl"Rlli Iolom..ry ,... 'I wi; a. ruundinet of the great building. vomiting of danger., and put 25 and the 50 little cents.patientout Furniture Moved Promptly at i4 ORGANDIES .. .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..15c to torn! yard <

r '; .' lurk 71! ';".i ; The birds, enter the glass covered ---- -- Short Notice ; also Conduct.... '14 WASH: CHIFFON ... .. ... .. . ... .. .... .. 5-jc yard ,T
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: i. {:t (I :-:".-n,11 l.oul'l ..... r 71, "y',1 i! court through! the ventilating; slats at Cleaning ladies skirts and waist* i'm T.CI4A? .* SWISS.... .. ..... ..... .. .. ..... ... ... .. .. ..ac to 3-lc: yard '

,. the north and south ends near the peak is one of our specialties. Star Laun PERSIAN LAWN .I5c to 35c yard *

B tI Unoldn't !Supply Food., of the roof, and only by accident do dry. Livery Feed and 41-IXCH LAWN .: ].) and lie' yard >

A '' they find their way again to the open ---LU 'l'. -- 4 VAL . ..... . .. .
} i woman loft her IJU!>ohtIl,1! : a short LACES .. .. .. .... . 15c to fl yard >
air. At times there -
t tlu.c n;:u, K i\ln; ls a reit"uu for it that about within the are inclosure scores of themflying \\f"ATCH jo'nB-Black ribbon, guard-or Sale Stables. 4 BARGAINS IN :SWISS: EMKRODERIES.... .lOc to IGc; yard
the >
tin luil UMilu-il.] an astrologer; and ; 11 chased gold: heart pendant set, will
a few disappear and others enter. Over diamond tillable reward for returning toUr --
1'4 "u toM t'.v tau that it was; her destiny >
the tn.illroom, on the ground floor, Pierpont. isSEITHERIbecaptsin.owner Corner Zarragossa and Jefferson Streets,
I tn IH> u gnat \MHII.III but that in :

1 matryiii.; hhc! i..ul coiiiuiittcd: aAs &t'rJIu there Is a flat, glass! coseieil roof, partitioned I Opposite Plaa. .* Telephone 251. j IBilliam l vV
ion.
t 1rH. l.'iiu us sbe rtuiainodlur \\ilb' off with planks, and on these '"' -. nor consignees of the No r i loljuuon) >

.v, Lulraiul t.1 would fail to achieve latter are arranged many palms froia bark oimhl Mataura* for debts will coot be racte re-

I I j t tl..- iifuiiit' rule iiiteii'K'J.. fur lur.lle Uaaura: j8 rJeiis by the! crew of said \esiel. dHARRY FIALLi LARK.
I + .\mvn,; there the birds disport them CARL BITR..AAIII), vvvv VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVy
It : : stajcil away from buuic only fuur 1* bhotterCo., Captain
'H'k Itln'toH'r. I I I I oriels as In tropical freedom nndwereWl Consignees!:: H; !i ( supplied them there Is
f "1 sir you doubt the astrologer's In- small doubtthat .
(ii. i' 1 'ii'rftaUou of yl ur Jobtiny," said beiiist they would: engage: to remain lu ..N............................................
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'4 tlrflnitrlylnRuch! comfortable quarters .
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,t ?t f/ ; I i f.ir after the first fright! at seeming; WN Y'Wlwm.Keep 'IYV1 i .
:\111111 Ua.-t'Utool"! roi>lie-l the woman, f $10.00 Suitsfor$6.50 1
of !bird : $3.50 Shoes
t 4 t f but 'ltlitr the astrologer or fate ITO- I| rapture a new the little cr itures :

e j "t't't"f!I ;I \1t.ItJ the motif), and as I bad to give i iv i; Roemtoalipt themselves happily I' t :
to their new and when I I
quarters only
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ii 1 :1' iiiouoy or fawe 1 clitoe to sacrifice i 1 i ? for $2.50An
i I '. : the latter."-New York! I'n'l. lie pangs of hunger attack them do :
they make any attempt t>> find their Your EyeSFA.CB S 1 .
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I I way again to the tpen.-\Vashlngtou ''S/NN..NNNNN N <
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i, the Love :da4ore.It TliiR-s. .N N1.NNNI.
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4 A real luve of nature tg one of tile ,
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1 r must' valuable! pus'K.siom which you :
j Tae Way Crrlonti Tare \
bate, will continue afford !
ran b.inv: it to 1i
o/ The question Is often asked Why do i ON THIB @ I. i
i you L.ipj'iiK'.vs as long na: you live. ;'i cyclones, "whirlwinds" and tornadoesI ,'
4 Hut In ord. r to hate tills love you must I i
r I all persist In the polar whirl from right Arabian Proverb.
..; : it while are -while i
I I jt you youu* you to left Astronomical speculators: have .
I !1 sail hare Insure to give It l first place .
supposed that all the
planets once existed : .
"I 1 iu )our tbou..bts.ature must be your .1
as rings of scattered I
thinly matter
t i -1t\.- frft nwmtheart or she will not be your .
around the sun and that these rings .
4 "H-ttb"Irt at all-Woman's Home I I
were annular segregations; from a I' He that knows not and knows
Cuapamuo.: I not that 1.e: know, not, :
vague Irregularly scattered mass that Is fool shun him
j a ,
'I+ turned cue; way In spiral courses, thus ....AND.... ..

t s ;4 i.1"to, ('LIMIIEI: ) TO TOP.KIMH determining the direction In which the! .. a. ..
F1 r -- i rings revolved and all the rest from ''t
't : tUi..SUI. pose the !4trength this took the same course. i He that knows and know not that he know eZ
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I/ .4, It i* :t good thing to know of food I "Cut" you Bay, "why did the nebulas WATCH OUR SHOW WINDOWSMonday Is asleep-wake him. I

that will add volumes to one' : revolve at all?" It grew from chaos .

I !strcrgth for the +U'iif can do, and chaos presumably possessed an Inherent I' ..d i
I.' thing and accomplish work in this! motion from right to left. This I : iS
'1 world while the weak must standto i j being the case from that time to this rFO% NEBTa : He that know and knows that he knows :
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InfO side. "I sun moon stars planets cyclones and Is wise-follow him.
r' f A woman ia Toronto writes: "I t tornadoes have adhered to the original : :.

,, tt-a* In very poor health a long time| I, habit i ..., SHe
H"..t !rot hl weak and run down that e

I k 1 would often Mop at tin foot of the Svrmoiotlmc s Dlfflealtr. Bargains I : that know he can bay his. Clothe- from :
and wonder how I could
-UIH get
2 tothetop. ,i Alice, who was five years old. was i i : McMillan and Beers at Cost and don't :

1 I I began uint Grape-N uts and in avery often asked to run errands for her Is an ass-(de) ride him. je

# tl,', short time that weak, brokendown :i, mother. She w'nt'l'ry willing! If :
4'4' she could ....... .
feeling entirely disappeared pronounce the name of the - I'i
1 tl I had formerly been forced to giveup article want.tl. !but she heeded the .
; my breakfasts in order to givemy < laughter which ureet(>j her I :
attempts
141 +g. stomach a rest, but when I YOURS ANXIOUS TO PLEASE, I
gottio'ld
') to pronounce certain words. "Vinegar" :.................
of (Jrape-Nuta I could eat .........>.*.*.*'1
was one of the hardest
'" I for her. She
breakfast, for the food teemed to

t i 1 is, a help began digest gain other in weight foods,and and strength soon I never It. but would one morning go for It her if she mother; could found help L. FRIEDMAN & CO. | i $2.00 Hats !t I $5 Pants i

2 .A I regularly ue fruit and: Grape It absolutely necessary to send her. On e
Nuts for breakfast and can work ;, entering the store she handed the Jug .
harder for a longer time than ever l' to the clerk and said, "Smell the jug i! for $1.00 i for $.1 :

t } before." Name given by POitnm and give me a quarts-Chicago: CaronIcle. -

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