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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: May 14, 1902
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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VOL. 36, PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 14,1902 NO 95 = t


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THE DIXIE SAILS I ,
WORST REPORTSlF ASSIGNMENT I i ;





ST. VINCENT CONFIRMED ;', TO THE THE RELIEF SUFFERERS OF I DUNWODY OF: (BAARS&, CO i iIii:; 1't:. is i., 1J4INePOWDER 3





-- I II+Sp'cuss\ to The Sews ,
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I Ii I Brooklyn, May 11.-Tnis morninga I f
Ml the Country on the East Coast For several day! rumors have
new force nf men took the place of
I been current on the street of the t m.1
those who worked all night loading 1
Devastated. i btrra5"lJtnt of the great firm of lumber -
the l'nited.tate; steamer Dixie, I| \ \
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and timber exporter, Baars: Makes delicious hot biscuit rolls ,
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which sails this afternoon to carry : I ;
-- -- Dunwody & Co., and there culminated ,
relief to the starving victims of the { crusts griddle cakes and muffins.
.., I "\Ve have asked:" the governor of yesterday. in the filing of ana t i iI iI
II I terrible disaster at Martinique.It : Altx.I'I I I ''
"i the firm to Mr.
inment by
,.: I 11-11.1; colonial : Trinidad to end a doctor and have i ii expected the steamer will I I
I McOowin, Jr., for the benefit of it-,
: ; '. Chamberlain, reoI I ordered anotl.er from Grenada. The reach Fort de France next Monday 'i creditors. !I A cream of tartar powder, absolutely pure.ROYAL .

tsn frum Governor neighboring; British colonies! are the is a fast boat, and all the s-peed'
I Interviews with the senior memo I

*" ..t the Windward assistance The. possible will be made as the urpen- ; I BAKiNQ; PONDER CO., NEW Y03K. \
y: i giving; generou-ly. ber of the firm and with its couu-el, i -
cy of the relief i is fully understood by' -- I ( )
: i : .tt r Vincent, ay- extent of the awful calamity is being II Hon. Jno. (L Avery, failed to di -{

all concerned.The estimate i i TRAIN RUNS INTOOPEN I ;
fully realized by all. Dixie carries J75.0DO in food cluse even an approximate MOB DEALS

of the liabilities of the concern, '
: ye-terdiy ; found "All the estates in the Caribbean I Ii
and
sugar |Juiju) in clothing and tents supplied SWITCH'SSpecial
i iwho- extensive transactions, extending -
,'' 1.' much worse thanports country have been devatatedand by the United statos. to nearly every quarter of i iI WITH NEGRO ti

r>- forwarded by the cattle are all dead.: The Reports from Fort de France indicate I I the globe, make it impossible to I II I .,.,

S. .:or. All the country I(I eruption of La 9')ufiere still continues there are loo.uou hungry victims i condense its financial condition into Ja<'kbun.to The Miaa.News,. :May 13.-An open ii't'!
there, who are facing the terror of 1 Special to The News.Chattanooga.
-i-' .:ast, between Robin ,i but is apparently moderat- I concrete statement: upon short no- switch caused a disastrous wreck la
starvation. May 13.-News 'has
: the southern end of the Jackson y
(I. >etown is apparently tice.
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I ing. Much anxiety is still felt. -- -- ---- : Just reached here of the lynching of freight yards Monday night.

I i i'va-tated in a manner - Among the causes leading to this Jim Underwood a negro at Decatur No. 4. the northbound Gulf and Ship 1 i

:' t. disaster of St. Pierre.I FOOD IMPERATIVE TONS OF DUST S unfortunate occurrence were the :Melgs; county, Tenn.. early Sunday Island passenger train, was passing i

i i fluctuations foreign markets and morning. from the company's yards to the I III* i iI t
.. S :Tactically all living; things i i, i Underwood was In the county Jail I I
THROWN BY VOLCANOSpecial thebusiness nois Central tracks when a slipped] is
in export freight rates, affecting
d.1 The list of the dead willS FOR 50,000 REFUGEES I I at Decatur, charged with carrying a I switch caused a derailment of the loco'i I i
of the firm through numerous -
1 1I"p --- pistol. He openly boasted that he had motile and the baggage car. The enKine I

S reach 10)0 people, but the ( to the News time-charters at high rates, followed -' killed two men and threatened to killt"o was tossed over on its side anJ i

umber will never be known. cli,1 to Tae SewsWashington. London, May li.-Governor Hodg-1 I by extreme depressions in prominent citizens at the first the following were killed or injured:

( opportunity.About Sam iKiohttle, white, engineer, kill
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.. dof bodies have been found May: li.-The secretary son of the Karbad-i Islands; estimated -! freight rates. Large claims against 1 o'clock Sunday morning ed in tantl>. holy badly mangled. +

J ID th.. d..bris. i I of state received the following : that 2TniO, Ii i upon, also contributed extensively to in? in of the df>or of hU room. A mob fatal; died three hours later. i I
Manager and owners of estates, cablegram, from United State.Con- fallen on his island since the eruption tj
: of of
with blackened
a score men
Unknown negro one arm and one
I i the final catastrophe.The I
their families and several ofler sul Ayme, who went to Fort de oV La rtoufriere on the island of I! is affecting faces forced their way in. secured the left cut off; may die. I
disaster -
st. Vincent. i iIA one directly Jail keys, and taking the negro to a The train was in charge of Conduct I t
class of natives are jI j France by instructions of this ,gov ; the large exporting;; trade of Pen- point a mile from the town hanged I tor Buchanan and had a large number > I

jI I I'ernment. In answer to Secretary CONFLAGRATION sacola and other: Gulf ports, and its him to a treo. of passengers ajoard. All were I '
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IA On his breast was pinned a statement shaken
badly and frightened but
IV* > persons sent to the Hay's inquiry as to whether water: consequences wul be felt throughout up
I : I that he was hanged! because he none injured. :
;-orgetown; probably but and supplies were needed h-s\ cabled .I I SIGHTED a large ate of the South, as threatened to take the lives of two I t '
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well as among a Urge element of its good men.NEVER. i' r
Will Not Run for Sheriff.
.ber will The "Water food !
recover. I not needed, but imperative -
::: FROM ST. LUCIA! population. Those who are most familiar Maron, Ga., May 13.-Iverson L 1 : t.
suffering; too harrow- for ;-jO.w' ) refuiees.
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with the situation do not Smith. who has < n a candidate tot
i SPOKE
j sheriff of Btbb county for several I i''
"Have cabled this to the governor ,: hesitate to aver that the failure I I
I pecia to The Nevn. I i I months has announced that he baa re i H; '
''S ,- i roasting-tearuer;;: from 1 of Porto Rico in answer to his inquiryi might; have been averted if the resources FOR FORTY YEARS tired from the race for business rea ;
i Castries, Island >t. Lucia. May !I I i II'
-' sin; up and down the ;; to what is wasted 1 of local capital had been sons There now remains three can \1 i
i It.--The :M.; Lucia signal; station -- idates\ in the field, Sam Westcott I ,1. ,

w ...,t with water and 1'0. "Shall nay here to distribute sup- here repors having seen a bright I j' marshalled promptly to the re! cue. Hpecial to The News.Peterbburt he incumbent; Bob! Price and Georg4 : ; 11
The several individual membersand
I Iwn thousand three hun- plie,*. Th-- cruiser Cincinnati is conflagration; last night in the direction -I I I (. lad. :May 13.-John Robertson. It is not believed! thai '. ., tl t'
employees of the firm enjoy theresl'ect other candidate will enter the I ;
any coot
i I.- Lave received relief. !i here from fan; Domin-;;: of Fort de France, Martinique. : Burger, a merchant tailor is dead, at \
and confidence. of the community est for bhciifl. I!
I the of 60 lie .It"
.. ,, age years was thej 5
unusual degree, and wealthiest nti/en of Pike I.P
to an i county Ills I i
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THE HAYTIAN for the which I f'itatp was valued at $iH.Of.( < Depcsit of $2.700 Required. I S :. "i[
Great Clearance Saleo ; sincere regret; calamity Mason: Ia.; :May 1.5: .-In the United f.
About 40 :
Burger
years ao
was engaged ,
has overtaken them is uuiver-ally States court a composition was confirmed I i 1 ? I.
to be married to a girl of Petersburg J
felt and freely expressed by all and she jilted him on the in the bankruptry case of MoKi.ssoik i, jl \\.1, i
REVOLUTION.t [
& !Ford of Colrjuitt county
or i classes of the local population.: The day set for the wed'iir.R.' Burner then j i :
t made Judge Sjicer required the bankrupt ;I 1 I. t
aow that h. would
t-pfCittl to The News. belief appears to be general that the I never to deposit $2"i't;:! to effect the composition I j
speak to a human biking as long ac he I I ,
Port-au-Prince time will not be long before all of This sum was at once deposit.
U.- ,
Hiyti, May lned. He kept his word. lie passedhis i1 r'f'
.SHOES. in the First National bank, designated ;
Admiral Killick. commander of theHaytian :: the difficulties now iml'endilwill former acquaintances on the street j' 'f
. by order of the court, and will "
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: be and this without recognition. His .
: fleet, has' tatted to Cape'' satisfactorily adjusted sweetheart
be distributed to the various credit i t'
married another man who died shortly t 1
historic house will again be-
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t Haytien with the i great
)-.1'f-o Haytian warships I after. ors.
come a dominant factor in the commerce I I :.'If.1
Creta-a-Pierot. Tous-aint and Burger; left his estate to his little

THE BIG STORE .ouverture, having declared himself .' of the port. -. I I'SENATOR II f I granddaughter; ho waited on him in Liquid kindly Cream Tale Balm Xolue is of that great bene-Ely's 1 !i I. P jt

his Illness, fit to those sufferers from r
in favor of Oeneril Firmin, for. nasal i : it.
I catarrh who cannot inhale freely 4
\\ H.L BEGIN THURSDAY, MAY 1 15, I9o2, AND mer minister of Hayti at Paris, whois HANNAAS Rathbone and Neely Appeal I to Palma through the nose, but must treat ::' tn<

at the head of the revolutionaryforces Bremen, May 1?.-Friends of Rath- themselves by spraying Liquid I
Cream Balm differs in form, but !.f"!
CONTINUE FOR TEN DAY5. not
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in the northern part of the isl MEDIATOR bone and .Neely, convicted here of medicinally from the Cream Balm I r tt.

--- and. postoffue frauds says a Havana dispatch that stood for years! at the head of i
to The Tribune have appealedto remedies for catarrh. It may be tt

'. 'II NK-10 Pair: Baby :Slippers, President.elect Palma for hIs aid In used in any nasal atomizer. The 11:
1.9 9c TAMMAlY'S LEADER Special to the New the effort being made to secure their price, including a spraying tube. U I i'

worth regular 75 to lsc pair, at. ... 1 Hazleton, Pa.. May 14.-Senator pardon. They ask Senor Palma i5 cts. Sold drufTKists and mailed I .
to recommend by Ely Brothers,66 Warren St., New I II
n 1
""i! :' T\\'O-j Pair Baby Button and Lace Shoe in Black, ) MAY RESIGN Hanna is the most talked of man their liberation to President lork. f \ fI
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69 C here today. Despite the statementto Roobe\elt. It is reported that the su \

: .1 Tan, sizes 2 to 6, worth regular; 90c and 11.On. at. . -- I the effect that he had been snubbed preme court has reached a decision on I Try a K. I. K.-it's a new drink- l i f II n'

I the appeal of the Neely and Rathbonecases ANDERriO.VB.. !; '
'. and Tan Hp"clal to The New.. \I. I'
THREE-65; Pair Children's Red Strap slippers, by the operators, he has asked adversely to the appellant but :
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,InC New York, May 14.-It i is stated on I President Mitchell, of the United nothing has been CONCERT AND DANCE AT f !
yet
: !il l ;j, worth regular: $1 I and 1.25 per pair, at. .. .. .. .. made public. MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY t4. 4 I I
good authority this afternoon at the I j I Mine Worker; of America, to state NIGHT. TRAINS AT 8, 8:30AND '1 I

r'! ', .t5R t -22 Pair Children's Red Strap Slippers sizes 8';: (\ Louisiana Scions Convf,. 9 LAST TRAIN RETURNS AT I ;
democratic club that Lewis Nixon \ the smallest concession the miners I I i''
\8 C Baton Rouge La., May 13.-Th biennial 11:80./ TICKETS 25 CENTS, AT

w -. regular 11.50 per pair, at. .. ... ..... .... . ..... tJ will present his' resignation as lead. will agree to. session of the Louisiana 1"ICi': DEPOT. Ii

I er of Tammany Hall at the meeting!' The conversation was held over lature began at neon yesterday. Many 11
:N ii' '. Garden tools in
endless
i ij F.Pair Children' Pat Vamp Strap Slippers, sizes I .
I r"3, C of the executive committee this af-I the long-distance telephone between important matters will come be'ore and I I

w.-rth regular 11 to 11.25 per pair...... ...... .. .. .. . .. the body during the 60-day( session, In variety at rock- ottom t
ternoon. |. President Mitchell, who is here, and at the 11
I eluding; a reorganization of the judiciary prices Willis Hard ,,
, : \" :*I\-2lPair Children's Black and Tan Oxfords and : His resignation will be promptly I II I,I Senator Hanna who is in Washing- the reapportionment of the state ware Co.'s.Everybody I ''ij g.
696 6

I: ,, *..;>pers, sizes 5 to 1. worth regular $1 1, at. . .. . ... accepted. I I ton. for one additional congressman and<: ,
, It is earnestly hoped here that legislation affecting the Insurance situation has a right to a little 't I
CONCERT AND DANCE AT
\' Ladies' Oxfords and In Louisiana and trusts. piece of this eartb. Bat mast
! S -EVEN- 31 Pair Strap slippers, BLUFF THURSDAY they .
MAGNOLIA Senator Hanna may at the last min '
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69cI AT 8. 8:30: AND I I -- fight for it. They must watch their a aI

I; i"rice n.:!:> to $2 per pair: at... .... ... . .. . .. .. 9.NIGHT.LAST TRAINS TRAIN RETURNS AT '! ute, step forward with a compromise I This medicine chance to get it, and get it. ii'I: 1:,

.. 11:50. TICKETS 25 CENTS!, AT suggestion: that will settle the ej osTEururE R wnl purity the Thos. C. I ',
i \ tor Watson & .
"II I EIGHT:! Pair Children's Tan Shoes in Button and I blood, Co.
,9 9c DEPOT. matter, but should he fail to do so, CCtEIRATtO restore hare some particularly fine bargains l', J

I. -.zefi, regular price $1 per pair: at... .. .. .. . .. ... J I the appetite, to offer Just now, and they Invite .j'l
, Marston 4' Quina carry}I the miners are all ready to go out on mate the liver you to come and investigate same. tl. '
,. active, and j
' 1 :N I\E-.37; Pair Misses' Black and Tan Oxfords and I f)" the largest line of matting, an immediate and indefinite strike I lively cureFlatulency pos You will never regret having done '

Mippers, sizes 9 to 2, worth regular $l.7 i and I2.'j( ''jft window shades etc. so. I, ,
1 iir. at. ... ... ..... ... .. .. ... .... .. :.. .. .::. yli U rugs, when President Mitchell gives the s -

in the city We lay our signal.: Belchig, Sage by buying

TE ;" Pair Boys' Shoes, sizes 9 to 2,regular price J1.50 mattin free. \loney

! :: : 9cJilliam /c of Bible Brings $2,025. Headache, your furniture

. . . . . .... ... .. ...... .. .... .. Try a K. I. K.-it's a new drinkat New Copy York.May 13.-At a sale of the Indigestion, at Marston $ Quina's I j''
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. A DERSO 'r3. '. library of the late Thomas J. McKee Dyspepsia, Great Furniture Empo- i
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. the only known copy of the original aad rium. 1

! Ice cream freezers that issue of the first Bible printed in Amer. OTTERS

[ loljitsou r it. freee quick, at the Willis I Ilea In the Ecglisll U&5Uo& brougtt Constipation.Try Cleaning ladies skirts and waists l

."-/ ,8. U one of oar specialties Btar'Laao.dry. I'
2025.
Hardware Co.'s. I .. ....,".;w..s' THE NEWS Want Column. .
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fit( THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY MAY 14, 1902
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!'r! ''rl I + al j / Don't Use I PROVED HERSELF A HEROINE.


Pennsylvania Girl Saves the Lives of
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tI} !!! :; Thirty Quarrymen.

:tJ.:JJ: j Moristown.! Pa., May 13.ThE presence -

1 of mind of Miss Katie Mender-!

son. saved 30 men employed in the

I4 Stimulants I quarries at West Conshohocken from
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death or injury. Miss Henderson resides

('" : a short distance from the quarry i
f' ; for infants and Children.
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t .. i and as she looked from a windowshe

h I ;:. .L to bouy up weak worn tired-out stomachs. Spur a tired saw that the roof of the powder I Castoria i-s a harmless t nb..t.ute fur Cantor OM, PIree.
.
e magazine was blazing. The men at gork-, Drops and Sootllio' Sjriip It is Ph'a..allt.! It

X111 a horse-for a moment he bounds forward then drops. work in the quarry were not aware of contains neither. Opium. tlorphiue nor other Narcotic
tl }! ft} "uh..tallt.t' It do trojs Worms and allays Ft..ri..luU'<.
i r + Just with tired stomach. Stimulants force their danger until she ran to the quarry It cun's Diarrlni-a aulhul t'''U> It relied'. T -thin -
:r a; so a and warned them not a second too ? Troubles and cures Cou..tipation. It regulatethe

] l fl I ; lU 1 it to a brief, unnatural effort. Then it collapses com111 soon.While the men and Mis Hendersonwere The Stomach ChUtlreu's and. Mowels Pa..LC'i\-Tbc K hillh'alth Jlother's' and Friend.natural sleep


:t It needs rest. fleeing for their lives there wasa
i'ii';1 I 'pletely. terrible, explosion. The air was filled I The Kind You Have Always Bough*
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t !J 1Jf'Ii: : By the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure your food is I which with! showered splinters' upon, stones their and heads.dirt In I'\: Bears the Signature of


J Ic! i i \; 'I: : digested without the stomach's aid. It builds up the body I Iit the magazine which exploded, there I!i I I

were 30 i kegs of powder and 3", "
) I> while the stomach gains fresh strength. Rest is nature'sgreatest I
1 / pounds of dynamite. :Nothing but a

L3'll' ;: tonic. It restores health. It is not hole in the ground marks the placewhere :
It 1. ):" soon necessary : the powiltrhouse stood.
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1: 1.\\ t j to diet. That only further weakens the system. Kodol I I Georgia Pharmaceutical Association, i! In"Mr er-fu.Use eOMP.N For. n Over.u..... ..nr.30... ....TORN Years.tot

1, n' t N! ; Dyspepsia Cure will digest any kind of good, wholesomeI Atlanta May association! 12.-The Georgia will bold Pharmaceutical ITS- i I 1 I -


food want to eat. Cathartics afford only temporary annual meeting! this year at J rnns. The

1 1t you WiCK and the convention! promises to Star Laundry

:c. relief. 'I' be one of the largest attended and
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-\ l' I 1I0't successful yet hel.i ly the o'can-

r I ; rt 1 f: bad stomach trouble of four years'I I It ization. Men of national reputation! Biggest Busiest Best!
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\ eI j I i bare been Invited' to deliver Kdilp-sses

I.t, : I? I;, +i ': <:," says Geo. R.Colbatb, Alpena, Mich., i ilb and read papers on important -1h.: -

h r I- e t rI ; 'I, was !>o bad that at times I was forced | jests and a number have accepted. ,

] : if l To Food."I business and in bed. Those having charge "f the
; my stay I Itiil anangc-
f .11 I .- \"eje Gainer [ TU:
meats for the convention have
,:: J .1 ;; } I was induced to try Kodol Dyspepsia: : I 1 an unusually irtl,'re4ing prrpan"l pro.gram. p ptveA uG \ ,

\ 5f ,.f which I received immediate relief
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; i'r j and a few bottles effected a complete cure. i iI

I A Our
I : r f j ) ( Georgia Actor Dies In Denver. tJt1iYI'QIllI'I1 will
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: : J ( ; 'r -- ----- i iI'I Denver, lay Ii.:? -(leorpe I'riuhard where at any tulle tl.! It1Vrfte .

f. _ompany.111i1i ; I DR. DIAZ RETURNS:: TO CUBt. New Line of River Boats. j an actor is dead of Uphold pneumonia
} f. <>r telephone u- :-H il w
i:: The
: z Cnliimb'i.! h. C. Ma12..-A hope at a local hospital. He wa'ad.! -I
I, I i I \ ... ."..,1. ('nm. Speaks of Late With I lug corned.an!: of the Denver : .
l 4t tr. j'" I Controversy Baptist \\hith ruluii'lna! bas long: looked forward TheaterStock deavor: toerve yon h.:: i
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I 'J : I I! .. !oramzt'd Church Authorities.Ahhexiiie. :; when htruken with
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has
t" at last; been realized! In company
\ I jI t1J1tt; 1 t : ah .1 i : ". ,r..htt"" will X. C.. :May ij::.-Dr. A. J.Difa the definite announcement that with. Illllt'FS.11': I'riuLard was 31 years other Laundry c.in.: !

y, .. z: l tH, t r, I : I ". !r :: itl'lIOKt! >d /. lonut-r pastor ut Gethh-nii'no in 3H or to; days a line of river steamers ofage.. His mother lives at Cnfliii

f :, tu I Iti. I a .1. -.1.: ... which church Ha\ana. who rtfusec .
was a (.a
t' will I.e established !between this -
.I: \\tf" :! 1S1 w'il!:! ,,:"::. .1)).. .. I : .II; ;.arls Gf't ': hearing by the Southern Daptii-t) ,'(m. City and Oeorcetown. The steamersare j I ALL WORK C. 0. D. Gccds CaHfd fer aid rflmfl";

h. 1"orth Aa.a: : :,, I notion started ihss- morning for Cul>a. to mate! semi-weekly trips! from STEAMSHIPS. TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST-
't ----- Dr. D.awho; has been involved in a I
: t 'c Columbia to Georgetown
furl "I'\'v E'oCef: : f !;, connecting I rf s- x>- ** -> >w >i --- --
>r e
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1 1i i l < oniri'\eih.v with the hurt-li authorities wth: the Clyde line for New York. The WALKER INGRAHAM Manager.
"I 'II! '.i IF.W::' wn :j.. .\Ia\' -.Vililt; att over the raaaa tnieitt of Baptist I 4xxxxK >! :L.t x4X.t 1t1AN ,
t boats 'IP
to used in this service are
t r ,1;. \\ork i'! ;! :,' Iktrt of tae 5randardt .
I properties! in Havana said the ir.ort- already! at Gttrgdtown and \ I Ijlo
are await-
i 9 OCEAN TRIP
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II i Scrfl1 l s: .It l"lrnhm e f. w day I
I : : ?att' on Gfthseisiai.e was given in .
ins orders to begin their .
: ..4 J. .; I it J.' ago .UlI:. A :Sit': ...tItr"tlS suddeethi Spanish money, 1 1"'1 per tent 1 Ip*:3 than I will have a tonnage of from trips lnO They to I NLW YORK BOSTON kit : ; tf. B, WRIGHT GOfflPfljiY
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.1 t\i i': fUICFt1 rd.' H' was found tf'P1in ,
:\\, American luoiity. The tlioattr wasl'Uf'ba"d I 125 tons.
1'; : ,II:' h bli! way:: oat: of the touiMing lIy nee in i j( A !MJ ALL Jij r-
tin- name of Dr. Tirh.I l
r MANCFACTUKEKS
AM
t t-1;i r' .r his faiow'' won.",", ire haq siprP I I j l{ EASTERN RESORTS I I4iit DEALERS IN
I fnor in the mission board to conform Catholic Philanthropists Dead.
.' ,. teen exam'nod hy ecvara! eye r'pfrna! ', with the Cuban law. \Wn 11... I Vis J. 1 .
I Now born May 1:; -Hugh and :N'eal.OTon LUMBER LATHS
: hits oho mthng! bd done for S.
say tan \ Tf.1 ,
tl
The \ V ,
t 1 I. uild'.Tigs: were bought they were lU'ilil ",'I\\. who have given to Catholic .. _S
l)1m 811'1 that' h\ Will hi thaly! : blin'I
: t \ ; i el!, one as a hospital and the other asia in.titutionrhroimhot't! the world thou- { OCEAN) 5THAM5HI1 COMPANY: )1 '.t t for !'ft Th'v :lttd Iin' the I !I.;se 10 j SAWED UlrnbcocnlMiiLD-illlC-LrillliiJ':
I I fhiirli. It was ne< essary to con- "anl,ts'f dollars! : ate dead The fnrmer J I.W I K1 .\ '! 1.-0 'I K
J\t\I ; the bur.na, 'If J. :!:I.l1i hl\l\l.1 t ''i ssti.I 1 ...
I 't IJ.f ,:I - - I form to the law to have the title in the was heeled! a loitnisil.t a!(o and 5 JO Hours of Ocean Breezes --L'7 :+ PEXSACOLA. FLA.

I I '; i tame of an in'l\" lluJl.! and Dr. Diaz, Xevs! has just pass51.-!! a\\ay. HothChp were *, .. Sailings each WeeK f
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; Endeavor ;:"nventj"t; Ends.l : :! .
'I ; having the power of attorney from thehome oeto.Zftiehs.: *.
l t Columh's. (;::1. )lay 13.-Thp state 2 f from Savannah. Ga.

it II"h i (\ ," conventiau has ended.ut the after,'hrlstian a pleasant Endeavorers i'S' i I i I name.!board This, was touk before the' deeds I the war.in his When own ; se Rebels: Routed. !'i .'.I I'..,. ..1. .'I" .l......'.\tk.-,. I' i. '. ,al I ,10 I ....,t. J fr N ROYAL STANDAlW% WUlSE8 !{ \ ,

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'- ,I l r" 'I' thear was over the law was changedI Peking May 12.-Th. ,. 1"I. ,
governmentai.nonnces PI" I' 1
.(1','t p \ : t ,. : bom@iron, and tL"l legatts. bate J'ttU.I: .t'J I I i and Pastor Uiaz immediately had theI that alter two day tight. \ ...!, ...., ...", .,.'. '. .' .,.1 r Years Old, in Cases of 4 Full Quarts at S3.20 per cass ,

Ii\t:. I. f.Ii..' Ato I I tip-J! made to the home board. The ing the rf'.I! in the southern part Pntif. ............0.... Anvl.tl..N4 1 I ITH1i

.i' I '.\' 'r- -A REVELATION.i' ---. I fchu.taiie.! : Dr. maL said was due !iarjieIj of the provnce!: of Chi\ Li have been i K H lt...".-...n., *.,..*letting fc. itt APPLY. I....0 To.U. t t. f : WHISKKY: i- flj-ull-d at the Nel-on C--..

i t, If will make inquiry it will to the different."" !in Cuban and II completely defeated and their leaders: .", to r.a,I...,II.;heir.." ..rillHU"..-n..I b! "l',...J.L*lirili.,...tU.,itlr.Ma. W I Di..tlIt'faalj: i i- fully! matured in w>".'
you
American money.Dr. : capturi'l.Viatic !i. n .. Jf"if"il J11r1_ Tt''yIt"1CfnilI.tl before buttling it i* aL-..lutt'f' pure and not '-x
; be revel.ition how # '
to muiyiuciunil
i a
you I
i ... ) to kidney or Maddertrouble I Diaz said further that the ccmoten I celled in quality by anyVhikey of the - I no maUtr11..1'1' iroduced. Thp Royal rtaridu '
in mif foim or attuther.lIt was l ho.mht from collections taken
I Itbeunatinutfined i i Alterl'iiiiilcen 1.ei i-ht;: yearold when buttled and, con-iideri-
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the patient i- not beyoncal me.li'ure ; in over thirtit expenses and with :: : FISIACM: SCHKIUII.:
) ; :aid! Koley'Kidney" (. will i \'(".irs 1I Millet tii i ';;. its; excellent quilitv, i-:* the cheapest: wlm-key
iioney given by northern Baptists It the market at that price. :1a hI'H'f1IgllId .-
t cure. It never di-:ippaiut( =. \V. '\1 "1 have been alllicted!! with -ciatip Following i j.. the schedule of the
was bought in Ins name. The debt olJli'.iMt I an absolutely puretimulant: there lu i none beir- :
t ,. IVAIemberte. 1 i1 :-0. I'.iLifoxtreft.. rhetimuti-m: for fourteen yearayJoh '*." government steamer General French Nhippeduica-e-eotitatnthgnn: marks wtatev'rindicate !
1 nn the cenn
tery was simplya
}I I Kdjrar.: of (;iermaiitown which THE NEWS: prints for the\ t content!!. If purchaser upon examithewhiikej : _
\ I'rriillnrltT of J"I' inmiliment to him the 'huff'h.1 Cal.
: "n. | ( by ( "I wa able to be around but *. ,
ibut 'ati-lied with
the! qualit:
r 1 I In Japan it is always the rule of pa- He MIhi; has never received< ; any I .olhtalllolItfpr..d.! I tried everything bn -lit of the merchants: who! .hip Si, can: return the same at our exp'-n-e and ni"-! .'

; lh'DI'! to pay a trlrle more than tte { money, nor will II he ever re(.t.uv any. ; I could hear of and at la-t was their goods to the various army will be refunded.All .

cum Mit'iituiiu-d mi your liuti-l bill. Tot I I told tutrvl'hamIJt'll.lill"I'lin: I': ihn. '' posts: orders siioiild\ LIP accompanied I by t -
fettle tilt' iii-oouiit nt would be cimslJtTol I His Fiftn Consecutive Term. which I did and wa. immedi.itelyrelieved + ,
I j 'ur..J.alld Leaves PcnsBcnU ... ... .. hat: R. m. TIGHT YIARSGLD currency. potoilire moneyiMer. bank draft rx
\.1 I an init!! or at );'a..t 3 mark of J.! New York. May IS.: -Rudolph] Kali.I I and in a hurt time ( I Ii ,, Leaves Barrnucits ... ".".II' in.I.HIVCH ti pre. money or'r.. We refer N F II-t Nati- :.

great di'.Nau,f.H'tion. I'enple who have 'iI I i I. pier. has been elected! president! of the I i I; am happy toay Why not it up ha-s tin-notiucerttunietI l.fBVi-H 1'u-kfiM r.HrriiiiCHti ......... >H.:;:",:I>ia.B. III.I. III.. F D Rank
\ traveled in Japan| say that the JII- 1!New I: ; Yorkllwk: K\rliarst: for the 1 liniment and get well. It i t- for -ale .tit{e9 Peii'-Birola '." Id.i-a. in.Arrives .
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I 1I1lt''t' always tip: the waiter on enter I i i filth <.OLi t.utivc t>'rin.llrlnic ':: bv all dniiriri-ts and medicine dealThis a trip linrrrtium to hort lliln Mcltre: a m.and mid. then tbeuniiikrs returns S. A. FRIEDMAN

Inj a hotld.r I to r.urrttncii-,.
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1 Fmyny Out. A certain colonel Minienhere in th- I Ir leaves I'cfKUOolii t. \\ III. S' I.E 1'1L..RU:1"OR.I't"S.\I.IIL.\. : .
'It : "I'm fi,...1." said: the young: doctor !r south mo matter wh<-,"." was in tin-, I II I fJ .....M"i I'u'krns ... ".;]1.. p. in

l 1 I 1 l n "I've pot a big enough practice to keqme )' !I habit! of telling.'antis .*.I 1 greatly et Arrives ip to McGee KitrraocHt. and. return.5.tn: p.m. and uiukesn ('. n. BOX tlS. Tlil.l.rilOM: : ; I7"'

f d in easy cirouni'-taucos! fur life" i u'ralill: lie bad a. ue,.:r'u servant iignatnre In on every box of the genaipeLaxative On W..due-dJ\"alld-'aturd\\:' / t11SKE1 .- --

j ( -. Hut MII'I'-e! you should lose l hall!! I h.) I'tll'rurlorat..11I'r! >tliins;: hi* 11I\-1 I i Bromo-QuinincT bkuI boat wi-I i l leave 'Huraucas'larick.: bNn.l.a .. .

}, ; your patients' t< r lolt!. rue day the colonel Lad :I 'the riuibdy that core cold (a one d..,. ens for 1'11Ii:1COa: : : at
ftj.t : t""I'd just double my Mils, ou the oth .I Mime {gentlemen tu dinner anti theywore I The General French is for army : are bulk or bottl down.. w1'le! ale or retail! at price- tl.t.:

trs."-I'ldiadclptiia Press.ijji1 enjoying some fine \('ni"unr II I 1')ny.l ..I..1It !'IOI' lhe TI Iolllg, purposes only and any out-ider mu-t way

t I j much. The otilonel said: "Yo: I went I p.o:qu..6Ira.io.wanlutudiwetoI.a"uwt; have a pass; from the quartermuteto AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER.WICKS&Coe .

f' : f t hunting the other day and saw a flue ]j take pa-"''agl:' o i her.
i .i; : Don't Start \\rong. I II KnllrcljDlfferfnt..
I'liok.! I took. a siHid oiht: .vi him and
I 'I << Don'tt.irt the -umnit-r with a "It's all very well before a /rl'8:
i 1..1 shut him through the h"Inl1l1 tll"'ull..t
liuKeruiK corsi;! ld.Ve :Ill married for her to pet a flower In her STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE
1 l went through: his hind It.!!. "
;t .. .. hair. remarked the observer of events
I know what cold" i i- It'-
: a ummer
f : TU" entleim-n lo : the hardf-t kind to (,\If". Often it"h.insrson" ? and things, "but It's an entirely il.tTtr-
't Ijl Hi-l\\ei-n IViiKatoLi' and )lilllI.-1I11111
little! iu stuie f' >
t' : through the entire -eion. eat matter If. after she's married, the KIIIIN lii\| Plumbep Gas and Steam Fitter
I i I his! bend and lat hut said "Yes, indeed, h\ccpt lJllday."CITY
> Take it in hand right IIIW. A I bets her hair in the Cour." ,
I I t I f few doses of One Minute Cotuh Curewill p'lmnen: just as masa raised! the i Into OF TAMI>A."
I art you nsrht. :>ure cure for shoot tie buck he raise: his hind lei;
.It !
I tI Wan's Otherslto Knew.I No. i South Palafox Street
If curd, hronclutis. \ and soratch his and the bullet Lv Milton IVn-ntnln.. I I i.
rip ear. am "p.II'.I'O
) coughs! croup: : \ .
All Kinds( oi Plumbing and! Oas: KitMnxr M h' nn Kent .r rr'ii '
I j : "I have u- ,01 VitfIjlttle '\ : Rill AI Ml I' "
pin
1 .. all throat :and lull"; troubles. .\h-I went through the head anti rislitthrou''h I : .. -e.. .
I. t I. etltttely-aft. \.r"lt once 'lnld- i : de hind lej;." The geutlemeii! : Early 11erfor clIl-tpati! and Fare Koui a < IP rler.vt.-IOsI. tt'rlt a

t \ I "I 1 reii like it. One Minute Coua::!bl looked Inure satlst'leiLAftir I J torpid liver cud they are all rH ht. I Iam
I '1 Cure I* the be-t couuh ineilicinf I l: salad to indor-e them! for think
I ((41 ever u-ed." +ar" J. i'. r..wleItrovetou. -, the jrutsts had gone the nero''j! when Wt liml a srood I tjnn? w. uuhttisetntllerktmw BEST FOR THEBOWELS
1' ..l n said to hi-ilUa.kr. "( A. JM: :: A
.f I" X. H. "I iiexr foundauythtiif. lorry nighty.: : masa. < i it." writes; Alfred veryfcl'
d .' ,'I 1-e that acted ..safely 1 : nt'xt time you tell one of Acid jarn 1 Hi'inze. < iiiii-y" 111.) T'liT' never
])' and quickly U Ir-i"' 1'um.I\.1!: do get the endciostrr: to;:idder.! 1 :, :ripe! .>r Jtr.pure: -,ir.. pills. .
r John ";' had: hard work to make both endmtct. -- H.ti',i-' I'1 .rl..u! 'r JI.> 1'l:' ,pjiard K.OK: 10 A KRY: \ ,1.. ,>!

i >' t I ."-Ntw Orleans Times-Uemorrla.:: :"Idu'y K.I' d.i .
Ita .to' a. I:' 10. 1* '*
IMPORTER AND JOR ;
ER OF
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l 0'u DR. KING'S .q I i .L .
: \t hoopini; ('' ;;h. *.t .. (-. T ..., tug .iit... ..t
ci a nil t".b HARDWARE.
.\ woman who ha* had: "x'Hipnctwith : TRY NEW' CANDY :
DISCOVERYFOR
,!'jiJ ThbiKratnri l on every hot of th<> g ''nnlre
$!# I.akatlv'eliromo=QuinincTibkts this 1.1I"e.\*... tell how to prp- CATHARTIC
THAT COLD. Ir. Nail-. .\ < Sv. I- < M "
( the h:.hair drat tams a told In onida>. vent any d tnger"uconequence- n.: \ iv n HI it
.1 I '4 rif from it. :Mie' : \Vi.d'iw (;!1.--. (iun. PI-.OI- .
: i 1 'r!kle.A .
talk ; i : i
I. Yon will have: priite in run own. wniMipint; couifh< I 1.I-l -uniiner. Cures Con>iimptionCouKhs}
fowergarden- they .ire .111 our baby buy b'uimily tineinmitli !
,rI. OWII i'rl'uu.1.: Yi-ur nu-baud canbuy your .Id..iud'wing: ; to our, _-ivnmtiiem : C'uhU.: l Hl'onehitithma: ;atc ainlTinwan(; :aim Hoii\.oiuviiisliiii: (H 30ils.t ; .

a li.iine. and! !11. Can do it l:ow, although I'tninb. rl.. n'* Coujh JUme'dr. I
1 i ; he may think! inherwi--. L'' they! i.i.t none ..f their pluir.ptie. InoumoniaIIayI''v.'rI'lcuriy| l I -AOKNS: FOlt HIItMINOlfAM: I iO'.LINi: MILL (CMI'ANV"

[ )' very wonnu wanta i 1"111<> ..f !lifr ." :and cime "lit in much better Laiirippe, Ilonr-enes: ?, Kever'iunt :Sti'chd !I'.e1-: :.' Ninhampton Ein-ry

if ; 'f own. and if .hA will have i talk: with -iltti! than other chilJren wi" !iri Sore Throat Croup and EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY \v!,e"I| e.... I. fun & H !old 1'\\'ld t ('.... Job -fJn'- K il-
i Thus C. Watson & Co.. the Mot u-e thi- reut.'jy. Our .)IJe-t Ir- S.I' r n.G '4 -i.niTi'Iron: Kin: ? and !lurk M ..v'arid, CargeVI'tn.:.
1 tl" 'Ifa' leadinc Meal: Estate Airentthey; emu1!' b." 1'3 loupe & Co. s Haw Hide 1. > I.eathtr, )Ia-uf\ -
if .' can show her how easy it i* ti- get -yi I'INKFV up b -twin \vhi oj"-.-JKS! IB NO CURE. NO PAY. 51 IB mi! KUHlt ftim\T. (1111 l6a.t MW '.'k.. Made: Railroad Colors. -

J9't oue HALL. SprinjvillH.la; Price 50c. and S I. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE.
Ti;.I-- in-dy i 1- fnril > ball dru.- KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN Masonic TcniDle P' n arola. Fla-
:1 I-:- tad! rt"9ieln.feIkr ,
i ((541t .f I ?
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; ;t CASTOR i T1r..-'- I 't'f money to be made The lIppy i Home lswell'

; :. real ..-t..1-I..t| of it. A real e__ [ ) PEOFE-.SK'SAL. ... .. CAB:. S. PESNYRQYAL PILLS 1I' '"'PI CURE YOURSELF'' .' '.!.1r
and Children. -- -- t'a.i
t' For Infants Mtt <;. I. u-uiily :a finsrer-b.! crnrs
; .aid t > furnished -CjrV t'.tp..i and iii7| l.r inri'f r
> home. Marxton P". .Atr '..'"' .. "* ft ; ,
tit'> .
:i i w l2Em <
{ Thos. C. Watson W. C. ROWE M. D. J < -
& f \- .i IIIUIIK-ltU-% KM.IlsliS
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i The Kind You Have Always Bough ,., rr"te.Mit.y.
ti a
Lf
Co.. tr le.tJtng K"al Mtatenrmbe cjOuinti can supplyU tF"4 ,- > NIUc. Lord n _.!, tati..Mat. tat at '. *! r
faun
.lV(' -.,tne ""fr" WI :c it Otttif. 17 .... I'aUfi. :\, 't' ..i>lr...lWr. K.fuM'Iw geulpt.utu.L.r.P..C -- .
I wpull l' ThLEt.48CntaritCA.
A with all needed in the ....iermi.. bolh..IQ.. .. Una. Inlie. S. .
Bears tie wort' way .... Dro1L1Al1.r.ca
/ while 4A
kt / your tfuo.a.der' (joai .. fold by
y 1( Hi ).rsf-.nn s -.1 t .m.a: : 'po m r .nl..:... Tnt....I.l. : lalnD.
; i8 turd cf Ck/I't1 dee.t'iern' today .u d d> '. t wait of house furnishings at the "ad attrr.0 :lock -\ r I- ..,ir.'I.r>l .... .I.N..t.,>.. "miele. L. ..,. .- ... f, ore-.t DI .a.rr Inpta., rY P 1 .(!
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1 to-i::irrow. ?J"in ?. .. t :b r, t
-- !lowest prices cash or credit. ;Phone GG. I ....,. ...Ii_f ak-hr.ur......rc, i'I..e&.',,.1'. rd I Q' 'flrcalu RDt Wi lrLLCl'
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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY MAY 14, 1902. }


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OFFICER OF RORAIMA I A STUBBORN COLD OR CAVE UP LIFETIME SAVINGS. j GOLDDUST'a':, t r '


BRONCHITIS Error In -..... -.M- -.. .. ..._. \' i
Person Bookkeeping Committed 20 ,

One TELLS OF ERUPTION yield more readily to Scott's'' Years Ago Rectified. ., t !f

Tells Another New York. May 13.-Becaus3 of an

I Emulsion of cod-liver oil than I error in bookkeeping committed CO: "Li tk. COLT BUST twts th ptr work." I... : t


KODOL DYSPEPSIA CURL..t I Ilacrttilof Graphic Story of Awful Tragedy to anything that you can take ;;; years ago! City Treasurer William ./ "
50tT: ,
_'_ I II :Malcolm\ of Passaic X J.. has turned

"a "bJ $. Sota It .0 RIP' I at St. Pierre. and if persistently used a few over to the county cl rk at Paterson 1 '..... '

Sa than mull b. SOM.tbierIII deeds and securities for every pennyof "
1311 day.- will break the cold.
OCEAN A BOILING CAULDRON up
his own and his wife's
Merit Attar All. property. I tr
f i'
--- When you awake in the This property is tallied at $il;: iii)o, l 1

p. Ip:a always admit It Fiery Cloud Swept Down Upon Shipping i Including the Malcolm home, and rep. |

s '.'il Ltn article of merit. If night choked up and coughing resents thp savings of a lifetime j

!'n :ill >rood they want it to In Harbor and People Died I Malcolm \ .'
I nave as his for
reason
t Thousands bear hard take a dose of the
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Almost Instantly from the Intense I his act of sacrifice to wish to protect i j .'
.. ie: wonderful curativeK :
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...loll)}M-epsia Cure. It Heat. I Emulsion, and you will get from loss the thousands of poor per- I I

", I 1'reparation: which pomplctely *- I sons who had invested their savings in J .

digests any New York May 13-James: Taylor .' immediate relief, where no the Mutual! Loan and Building.! assotia-! 'a\\ I

j I.' .,u may eat.other No one dis"Kit -. who was one of the officers of the Uorauna cough medicine will fTi'c'ou lion in connection with which the error tii ,
digest.niphh
!sonic
i .' :. !<'<'.. this result. tin! Quebec line steamship: de.Hroyptl b J ,, in hoiikkeepr.z; occurred. The I : I

p,,' ', I' --an('e, H found in the in the harbor of St. 1'ierre, : relief. It has a soothing and shortage caused by the error amount ; 1t .;11 ; L LI

.- ::,,1 'il'h'n: it is lacking In's a graphic story of the tragedy,' i, ed to |l,00fi r3Wn L Or 1

: : "t>* pop-in and it helps of last Thursday says; a dispi.* h to healing effect upon the throat I IMITATIO'', ., I

.-! n dihre-tsonly allmm- The Herald trum St. Kitts; island! ofSt. Resentenced to I I 1.
., and bronchial tubes. Hang. i
Ma\
-I'- flat andc-w! I
i ChnstiJher. B.V.. I."We Mac' .
| on, Ga. :May 13 -Ju.ine Felton
and alack
>,i-\ of pepsin (
r dic..tants. Then it experienced the greatest
T".iithe! trouble with I in j: tlini; into i Ixrt" said he. to be harped; on June 6 for the I I :

: l'MI HUN. They don't : "Appall!!'!!; sounds were i issuing trota Emulsion is a greatbody' murder of Henry Hammond the well ) \1 tW

du.'e-tant!: Kod'' 'j the raouutaii-o: ,.hikd the town which ,'known salooni'-t and dance hall proprittor. i :
I builder-but it is
all. ItIff equally
them
nit :tins
was :shrouded: in iarkn! : a. All the At Howard'h recent trial he
1 :' ., .yiuwant.\ You !
> t. The feeling of I 1 pa iins-it: : \fl.rtup auJ some were good to allay inflammation 1 was found guilty! and sentenced to die t1 Ua11p C' t

.. ne H immediately trying to ol.taai \photographs.Black ,' but his attorneys appealed to the supreme

> I :and cure colds and violent for !
v-rtcp.iaCure. Cloud Swept Upon Ship.Sr.iiilonly court a new trial whir h GOLD DUST !
*. -\i ifur' for: dyspepsia !
,. .. was refused and therefore he was re-
i f m on i 1 fan 'coughing.
1 heard a tn'tnendc ex
II' F D. WIihm"-D. I sentenced. II, and shot Hammond '

: llo.-:on. Ash sM gan to fall thicker Strp.i f.ir Tree S 3ipe.: with because is a woman's best friend when wash day comes I
4W' rqt form !and refit a pistol Hammond put

.;.' > until. I urf(1'i| >
-... i.. -11I1.larli.l'lL.' i 1'.1'1. ty cured I cloud 1 j-\v*>i-nri5| down upon us. I h orderly. Howard fled and soon after Takes only half the time and half the labor of i .
d\'i': I below and draitglng with me : Iiildieu were moanine 'for water. I

Kuuol Dyspepsia Cure b.nii'i'-l Tin.niiii, a gangway man audI did 1\ l'at I roiild for them. I obtain was taught in Opelika !!I soap. Just follow directions on package.Made .
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I
iurall Stomach Troubles. I It'It'Oulltruan: sprang into a ed water but when H was held to only by THE N. K. FA1RBANK COMPANY I :

r.f r.>i WITT&.\., ('hk'\ilo' loom. shuttn,: the door to keep out their swollen lips they were unable to A LESSON IN HEALTH. Chicago. New York, Boston. St. LOU.S.- Makers of OVAL FAIRY SOAP ,.
:!:, 1..stht'o1(". Ile.DeWITT'S .1'
thI! 1-..at thnt ,, &,! already: ur.bt'aralh'! i swallow because of the abbes which Healthy kidney filter the impurities I

\\lIch "aIel SALVE': Th. ship; rocJ\ and I expected tv.ry I dotted their throats. One little chap from the Wood and uule-i they 1 I ;

took water In this method and rinsed do this food health i.* in;po>;;il>le. iFoley's '
umeni( that it would sink. Out ;
.:s and s.n: : dseaSey.U : !' the ashet, hut then could not Kidney Cure mike sound I
bi.h I he ud a voice pleading! for the out even will all I
i i kidneyand positively cure CANCEROUSI
noor I" 11 'IIel.'J. It 11\ a-> Scott, the i'' swallow badly was his throat burn- 1 forms of kidney and bladder disea-e.

first nft. ,'r and 1 I opened the door and I ed. Me Bank buck unconscious! and a strengthens the whole stem. ,
I' > :i* \\ arnril.I .
few minutes later dead. \V. A. D'AIeinberte.: :S.: 1'aiafox
i rlrltl!:':* d him Into the! rootn. was I
I w.i, \ermuch, suritoii -
I -.trpet.I Are in many respects like other ulcers or i
"Itoon became unbearably hot and i'I II '
Desperate, Springs Overboard. '
that
you weretnurnitlg ULCERS sores, and this resemblance often prows fatal. I
went lie"k. All about wa I ly
to hear tutIti't : on I All aft the ship was afire and from Valuable time is lost in fruitier ellorts to heal I
the dead and the duii2.: LlttUDo j I
jour friendout 1ash me i the land rams draught of terrible I POLITICAL the sore with washes and salves, because the germs of Cancer that are multi. I

It l>i-fi rehiiul: ? hf-at At tact when! I could stand it plying in the blood and the new Cancer cells which are constantly developing ;
", -, lit- \\ as {:<>): euuueh you want a magnificent; watcl 1) /
the irritation and discharge and at last sharp shooting pains
for little money? If -n, call or 3 '' no longer. I sprang overboard. The keep up ,

j :" Stephenthe jeweler. He will ac. water wa hot eiiough to parboil! me. mass announce the approach of the eating and sloughing stage and a hideous, ;


,..'.\ trilling; a man is, lii commodate: --you.-- -- j but a wax soon swept in from the .___hh_. _._ ______ ___ _, .. ... sickening destructive cancerous work. sore begins; : its In February, 1899, I noticed a small t /1 I
u.'d advice.-W'ashiugtot KOM ..1e lour Klilnry I can.: bringing: with It cool water. lump on my lower lip. The doctor cau.o f
For State Senator. >\ ulcer or sore can exist ,with- ,
nr HV" "pantnsP' ,.'C"'"' i k'.lnpnl. "IIT! '' "I wa> caueht in the needing wave. Urlaed It but another cme: and broke ;
Die free AJJ s.er',c, KcmeJi 1i .biC4.-i.or tIY. i Tt.p .friend of Hon. W. A. Blount out some predisposing internal cause out into an open sore. I began to take f '
whi.l1. vNcis ni tidal Ir-loclty. and was hHebanl1fUnee him as candidate that has poisoned the blood and the S. S. S. and after I had taken seven tot- i

i ariini; cut to >*a. Then on the return fort: te Heiiator' from tLi-. the Sec- discharging ulcer or the f tert ell the place healed entirely 'leea F 1

tSllJ: .-..-- --......T.-- --...T-- --.. .T.-- '.-T.T- --..-.-- --.""'.--.. I "It the -' ( ond111' I was washed ot {.senatorial: Jj trict. aud r '-ppct- open lug Sore on the lip, cheek or other: signs since of W.the Pi disease Brown, have Hollands been, S. C. k. .1

i II!)| aid.i-t: : an overturned sloop, to which fully a-k the support of all Democrat part of the! body will continue to .1 1

A irinutts later I -, for rum at the coming prinviry.: flesh unless the Mood I is purified and the I
I ( ii ? t<'v. was spread and eat deeper into the i

M: TWENTY WORDS 'm ''"'.1.' .' tt an>thr man. whom I learn For Representative.The Cancer ;germs: or morbid matter eliminated from the circulation. I I

'! ttn- t'.ijitain! .Mu ;gah. of the Kurai S. S. S. cleanses the blood of all decaying efltte matter. It has great :
friend* of Scott M. Loftin take
H, in dreadful and] antidotal and purifying properties that soon destroy the germs and poison: 1:
11 a \a> a4nny this mean of announciiisr him as a I
:
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'POIl.- I(;] .,. and restore the \blood to its natural condition. And when pure blood i9
!it l '- : !ii; piteously] to be put oil I candidate f
1 .'mil' i.b -\\t.\ \ LtTi-ijture i Irorn cambia; county carried to the ulcer or ore the healing process 1

and they de-ire the support of all begins the discharge ceases and the place heals I''
TWENTY CENTS. I'll bnmt'Hf'rkae and
.1 jj kii.u up a I
(; Democrats in the coming; primary. over and new skin forms. S. S. S. is a strictly egetable :. !
ti II:1: st I and five others who joined]1[ :
blood purifier containing no mercury or'I'I .
-iim-i'di'il! in rude raft For Representative. I
fir; forming a j
minerals of description. ]

.>n wl I.lI'h we placed' the captain. Set. The friend of Henry C. Clopton I If you have an ulcer or chronic sore any of any kind write us about it. medical t ,

\ \ .dUlI"lIllnlv.-t'luL..D\L\; : NrW- < >,.,. Cent a I.. ,tn uiiPiir.ed boat I ash l pr ore ol{[ announce representative Lira in a* the i candidate Legislature for advice will cost you nothing. Books on Cancer and other diseases of :

I 'luoin\ of'fii biiiu- 'Id..rful r.ultl'L..rt' I ino : five to -wisa out to it and bring I il 1 t from Fcambia county, and; request the blood will be sent free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga. I I I'DR.MORfETT't ;.

.mio: that Captain Mucsah! mlchi'I this; support of all democrats; in the :
.. .>-IL..J! or n.-diuiu, iu tl. --t.tt for re.ilizn.g; a want I
!. .1all: 11;': nrtiinity to li\e Thimat I. coning; democratic primary. I

.II':!. tll"-" e..lullllt -'I'I il! ::11 getting the I'oat I righted: Cures Cholera- .Infaatu, ;
For Representative. ; j !
DiarrhoeaDysentery
I >1:1 ;II'arl i of reurtning. he nifKf-d ft V%
uj 'I hI' friends ot J. T. Fillmzim. of I the Bowel Trouble of I IWlU" IM0

HAVE YOU A WANT ? (f 1"I hiitmtrjinen and went awa;>' I'.lTitf :>spring announce him| aa''' Children of Any Age. I .'

'In the din'dlnn of Fort de Franto. candidate for the legislature, subject ': ( BAifft.1 Aids Digestion. Regulate I "

A I to the democratic primaries of I' pi rUTIIING.POWDIRSHCosts the Bowels: Strengthens t I f
Ship Bursts Into Flames. :
I July 15, and a-k for him the -up- AS" the Child and Makes \ I

A'- \Vanted II N .)turiety Wmtt-d. 'Set m ins: the Rortdam which bar at rpoit of all democrat- \ (. Only 25 cents at Druggists, TEETHING EASY. ; ,

I I (Or mail 25; recta to C. J. MOFFETT. M. D., ST. LOUIS MO.jLOEtsr'ls I
B 1"1-! \\1tIttd.; Oriltiuh'antrd.. rived in putt i I soon after we anchored 1 I. .. __ I
For Representative. 8. ( ., So.2ft IJ1.18 II",a i. s@.1 b1 our fin iy phyil-ian in Charlrltoo In nw l 1..tTHIJI
C \\U1t"d. I partnerVanttJ.. making for the Rorairna I said goodb;Y with ''cr baby ah.n I.e gal blta, !,'rr Ji I? inf int.a' a t rt re..e eft and tu warm acl ....-ti-n Ibfl atum&b.is'.rita.r. I I
The friends of Cha. M. Co-ton an. l .tff thi&4 trr asaltNl5."asb< 'af J tobi?'ovury Wn.f cisl&nil." 1",, ,IrolD daCICf'n
\V.lnted.. I Quitters Wtmlt'd.'auttd. to ( Mncgah and to th p .. .. : II I
o t I I Captain swam mart< 'is q 11. it ( sn J. a I ernthat w* have meUrrpara.ul'rru.eauh three I
nouncp him aa candidate for rep- .. ... ..". mi Iahlt.umanyt..e I Iw
: i-h Ir.n.a." dSet sl .w \I.r.lac..hIoJlr.II.b.u..ar..u1"JI.Joo'IClr' tuwr.
\\ RuouuVanted.. Hcddam. Before I could reach her sh" I ., I
E r rn-etitative in tLe Ipt'i-ijture: from ,tiki"I' as in :1t< .wml. iinrit itt-. 'fi I'it ir .a*I.dn L'rnltoR: .. .tcrptlwU I
F \\auttd. \ ServintsVu.ted; burst into flames and put out to set I. K-cambia county, and they ask the j ab. quiet. HAhTWELLdt.AiSIt.IMaaasrrULlyTimetata: < \\. k"y TiMt--.airt./ I

G. : .1' \\'antl'll. Team; WtH.h-d. I finally reafh'-d! the Rm alma ahon-upport: of all democrats,; i iu the com-
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\Vantt.d. I U nfnlimen \V.ila-d. ha'pa.-t! 2 o'dork in the afternoo,n ins primary. I
H Buy a new garden hose
GOLA i
t(}= = i I
and! later taken off the cruise 1
I I. .t \\"lIlt"11.. V..biclp'allt..d.. was Ly t For County Treasurer.I I II '

p J -\\Ultt..1. 1SivVat.ttd.. Sm t-i t." announce myself a candidate forn Grist and Corn Weal Mills from the Willis Hardware !
= Samuel' the renomination for I I,
Thomas the of
gangway mail po-ition
K : .I! \\IIt..d. Xptritt.ce\Vat.tt\ i. ", '. I Company.

L \\ 'III. .!t. Y..II'11' wa\tt-j I" I.a\'.' (:; wJinse the was saved by Taylor ] tyubjtct to tie action of the. demo.cratic t '
;intit'l a woman whoa burned t t
hi 11 .I..J Z..d tt.,,u;:i. I. l'ist'-' primary.. Manatactrrer.CILOICI I !
: (!*t' death while she held Vjr bat'y in h"r J. W. FRATEU. I, MEALAYl: ) PCHEGROUNI. CHOICEST I

If I anus pintwiing it with her own hod.j' STOCK I- ..En i

from the fliP that filled the air. Th,, For Tax Assessor.cr Patronize! Home Industry for there It ,( -OF-

SPECIAL I RITES BY THE <'hill! wan alive long alter its ninthhad I hereby announce my-elf aa every reason you should buy >oor Meal and !
W 1 AD.IN 1NIS COLUMNS. : ; c-indidatefor: re-election us Tax Asp : Mock for feed from the! home Mannfactnrfr.i' FRUITS ANDCONFECTIONERY ij [
I : WEEK OR MONTH. < t'a"t.I to Fuffer. ..-or for E-cambia county subject try.by Your bo doing money-tsitltinthecommunty you encourage!b.)me Indci- i ii i

to the action of the democratic primary i, and you In turn are Indirectly bt>-fltt-l I I I

-...-... .. .. -.. illl 700 DEAD ON ST. VINCENT. July 1:>. | contribute III fostering to the the cause borne o niatinf! labor+cturer Ion owe you -AT- I
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It to toe community In which you live aaa I I Ivnleb
C.
APOSTLE'S
I .t .-1 \ IS I 11 I II .. ;' 11I"a. : I"" Steamers Rescue Many Survivor!s. oontr.boles to your support !j ji ,
For Tax Collector. i ,,
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> al'i : as.: i en: .1am -
.- I.i ,1'1. .i 1.1...:i'Il:. J Soufriere Still Active.t I prr-l>y announce iny-elf aa 1 Pocket cutlery and scis- 14 East Government si
l1 I. : Hall ,,,01 fi.1 IV tl f\ ; I .' .\.j,1.I I H-, : Thomas. DV.. I., May 13. camiid'itp re.-I ction Tax Colmi ,
a- '
: u'i," I: lull. h.-. I' \:. v. .tt i,. ,'I sorfi from the finest to the
j. IV .itti.ii Hnrirti .Aih f b received today from the Isaof lector fur K-catnbia county subjectto Formerly Cordova Rc-ntiurantfitand
I :all f \ \ .\ 11.11--I I | ., 1 \ i i. .' r., .. for num.U .'. tl.e, act I m I.f tl.e! democratic 'riUlan' cheapest at the I Willis ,
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-- > > '.tr or iilip.J l' .it V, --i.iUh H"ln- St. Vmct-nt. B. W. I., forwarded o,n July 1.;. I I O.f- ir-load of 1'111I'al'i'll'-; ; at 11.75

t.\ t0 .. ;: U, 11 .: ..t. .:.rul\\ Sunday la t. ant 'HI."P that 700 deat 15 H .Hurdu'areCo. I 1 to t.1)'. per dtiZ 11.
. -- - -- A. D'Ai.FMBERiE.:: ., { I
-- \\fAMEl>-All klntts o' empty b..rbOnl. hat. ')f'< utr'd o.i that i is;land! rs a r P'" v
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. 'I' v\.I.'I 1- t!. I'L\\ of !gala fr iR1' L''l .j: .drt: \\ ,: >. \ '

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1.\I dialfr n 1:,,.r t.ooili, 1ia'>i. Toilt-l The ft.nrh f:'iu ;.. "' '. J ,1 wdt': Tk!"f-atif. ly' yards for 4o I Ho-p, in brown II .
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45c. i! Men's French
I t ..1 'u"'c'l'uI'- ..". ...- --- l'ullt'rnl. ..--- rereivn! here, an,! tIe'esJlaitln; ''s \In. price 7. to :?' ..c, 1" yard-fur\ cent stitched Under Shirt, worth Dropped. I : ''; '
\v KMiulh. hM.M f jrnistted!1 I 25 40c, to : i
dc!;crilaMe.U ; ; dozen Large Turkish Bath Tow close at Sac each. Drawers I '1
I I. P u .V :"TII. ( p "nmpttInbe'uyurt- nr-peoial designs to match. j .
I Ml6 Violettc MO.rnewest Gregoryjwilm is iti-orted at St. Thomas thr lflt'; WOO yards Dress Pique and Duck!: i els,, worth f 2, will close! at 'I 2tj. .1
I ':" irlvr tradi! .. I I1 ohnne ))1-:9. worth lu and 12: ,c, Iu) yards for bocs' &> dozen Men's Faucy striped
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tit\ ..-th. poitmnsr l'I 't' "0I.H-. its funds and books to t he Towels, for this sale, at 50c dozen. ers to match. t 1 :

ty%. KeboUrsinp.Moler Itui Dreg= Cro: Bur worth I .
Fr.IIWEH.-I and Horal yard? ,
't.1' LeslRDSspeola :
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phones.-! -dlm 2; doz.-i Lades'. Bli-.ic'.ed!' Vest-, *'J.fol l, to close at *2ii flr: .'l. i
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\\ult rd.us. with tape iu neck.'e=ts for 25 5"* yard \\Bati-te! Lawn This sab
i Mummer Law School. tear la his eye-"yes, my business 1driln 338 will positively not run ; I 'i
i-oluitnr-: will: pity cent. regular 12: quality. lu yard for 3c. for longer than OUfj w ek. i
tIn to r:,.:hl en-.. .\JOr. : UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA.In rue to thevaL"! : 'Ir'l j
Ill-it J bills: _
he went posting -
And on
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1 1 to ><. p'rmber I. 1-*'. Ey !'. Law acuity Chums.
\aiilt-il.. F. E. BRAWNBE'S } '
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par: and to practitio: the lackec d
K liv (]'><>rs'to g laJy w lth .
::1.lrrl1: to support| > :\\-. syStem3ttClnbtrneta .ilogae>1drl"Si 1- Foley's Honey and T&irrs. l

ac', Mrs.: \ViliOn. 'F t lO;5 SOUTH P1LAFOX
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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MAY U, 1902

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'- It'h 1 t tf 1 I LEGAL STATUS OK PRIMARY REGlSTUATlON. MONTHLY MEETING IMPROVEMENTSAT 'Stages'' in tne'\V\ i

I The official call o! the state executive committee for a general primary

.t..1.j.;: ''provides that OF COUNTY I TURTON'S STUDIO
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g ii j'.1Jtt f -Metered: at the-I'oit Office at Pentacola, i I IFl The supervisor of registration for each county, or in the event cf hisrefusal The -1-1 Annual Statement fur V"ar
.1 }) *_HCOoc1-claOl ni tl f 4t; ; t __ then some person designated by the county committee, shall open I
.t' ; ., orricKritfi Building, Z11 2 south registration books and keep same open for the registration of voters in ;I i Improvement, is the order of the
!, 1 J"alatOlltrppt.op-ltaln: II
jl I' ; r.'i't each election di-trict on the 12th, 13th and lath days of June A. D. 1902, I'! day; -and has been for many days 1 TH E (EQUITA1E B BE

1 THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. and shall in such books white democratic
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register any person applyingwho The regular monthly meeting of : past-in the !studio of Peneaccla'sveteran ,

I tl ;iiJ,.". 'J I. B. HILSON, Managing Editor. is entitled under the state election laws to be registered ; and persons. the county commissioners was held artist, )Ir. Geo. W. Turton. i j j ji
1 li t1 F W. M. BALL Business Manager so registered shall, for the purpose of such primary election, be declared ; IliH E ASSURAICE( ijtnnAsset
t t' lij .:;t to be lawfully registered. last night with Chairman Welsh i He is fitting up, in the front room I! ,
\ Terms: Invariably in Advance. presiding and all the members presenL -!I i lately occupied as the private office |
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I ''I t U The state law governing primary election, enacted in 1901, provides !! 1:y -:;;
One Year by hll .15 )
k 'i rtt i; i 'i i
: ; of I Manager Covington, of the Gulf Reserve and other Liabilities

M }!S'JJbt, ,j ; pee ttlzkonthr Wk.by C rr lr. Peyrble- M < 10| that The minutes were read and approved !' Naval Stores t Co., an elegantly appointed -I'I 25I.I! : !Ii

Pf jj 'I ll'I'fi l'I' 'dr.rfling fates rurnishedon ApplicationTELEPHONE 'i i So person can vote or take part in the proceedings of any primary and bills approved by the reception parlor, and the entire I i Surplus(from which Divi-- -
t : election who is not by the laws of the state a lawful elector who has not dendsarepaid. . ,
finance committee were ordered I I
. t: I establishment; i is being renovated .l7 'I:
.1" J ) '. NO. 118. I paid his poll tax, legally due, not )less than ten days before such primary Ii I
11'It election is and authorized i paid. and refurnished Sepia, In- ,. Paid to Policyholders in
ua, i held to vote in any legal election in the ward
I '(' I' Bonds of W. A. Woodruff I''dia I litOl.] .. ... .. . t 27 7 -j. ..
or precinct for which !such primary election is held. I as no- : Ink, _water colors and crayon
F1 f d i: t1 t\\ ii IAN+ON 6El ''' XewInuranceinl9UI.! .' 24f y v
.! ;: li' And the state registration law provides that the county supervisor of tary public, Mark McCurdy as constable portraits 'are executed by Mr.TurjTcton | tal Insurance in force

I Jjh 1 "t II'r.. I and D. C. Ketchum as naval and his corps of able assistants, (I.1 ]Dec. 31, 1901..U.I'\\!...... '.
) 4 \. registration shall keep the registration books open on certain days "fromthe '
: i r- f lEI BAOOLA, MAY 14,1902. !I stores inspector were approved. and among the later !specimens ofi| 1 1I Notwithstanding greater fit a,
'f< )1'i! H ;. first :Monday: in August in each year in which there is any general The proposition of the Pensacola I I I I oral j strength of the Society aua tl
such work now to be seen there are
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x' / ( ''w: \f: f THE recent marriage in England I election" until "the second riaturday of the month preceeding the day in I concert band that they would pay :I.;: beautifully executed portraits in :'greater holders thereby security enjoy which the its RAFFS p :.

""f # '' ?/? bj;! of a )[r. Crusoe to a Miss Robinson ': each year in which there shall be a general election." "And no person \, 'for the gas used on nights they sepia of Mr. W. G. Dailey and the I are LOW and GUARANTEED":
.(' ti(1(: recalls the conundrum of a certain i I ter] than given by other conr .
1\ I j t i ( bishop: Why was Robinson Crusoe shall* be allowed to register at any othtr time than during the period here j I! ]practice in the sheriff's office in the late, Mrs. 8R. :Mallory: ; Mr.Gus Eit-'

k: jil\il J. lf1': an Episcopalian Because he kept M|'in provided.." I j annex was accepted. zen, Miss Daisy! Wright, Miss Louise '

f k' \ ,;' good Friday., i ii I Petition for a bridge near Quin-, Covington and Mr?. Lieutenant Collins ,I KNOWLES BROS..
( 1 ) 'J i i I Some captious individuals: and some local committees, have professed j II
!t J J I ,: THE Ht. Augustine Record $ tette was referred to Commissioner; in water colors, and Mr!?. Helen I Gf'nualIf'nl.*,
J ug-t| ( find great difficulty in reconciling these several provisions, claimingj t'
? < ); ', tt. : bests the inauguration of a move ) 'I J ohnson.i Lewis in crayon. 309! t';. Palafox St.. PENSA .
I
''Cx i I t\ 1: xnent to celebrate the four I i that the conflict is so great between them that the execution of the in- Petition for a road in the Pinevilleand -

(. h"}illj, S I L. \.t'1 B, anniversary of its discovery b y j structions of the: state committee is practically impossible ; that electors I:i Walnut Hill neighborhood was Try a K. I. K.-it's a new drink :
ii 1 Ponce de Leon, which will occur i at IT LIGHTENS
h('" ) r thus qualified! for suffrage in the primary might lay themselves liable to I referred to Commissioner, Brewton.
ffli s : ; about ten years hence. It is best to.I 1

,t j\:", be in time with this sort of an enter- 1' criminal prosecution and that contests over the results of the primary I Kids for painting the walls of the RELIEF FOR CUATAMALAN 'WOMAN'S WORKBy

1'1 t 'l' r :: prise. i armory, offices and hall of the annex -
"I !I I al 1 1 : would en-ue, based upon illegal registration. An application of a little) :i
". J SUFFERERS
\ ii EARTHQUAKE
were received: from J. G. Ynies-
1. I i
\ij! Bre.nst: his wife has written a'plain; common -ense to these propositionwill effectually dispel all doubt making her MulMu- rand
r. /' book iu which living persons are t J tra, Jfc:: Co. ; E. Forum, J. E. Koss ..: --- : Pa-try light. T'it.! w
j
(I a* to the t
primary procedure.
r' f : f p : caricatured. C. Eu-tis, son of the |I i Co., L. M. Vallen and J. P. Gout Vice Cun-ul Vincent J. Vidal ofGuatamaU

('.' '; late senator and minister of that In the first place, the registration i contemplated in the call of the committee man. The bid of J. G. Yniestra & ha i--ued, an appeal for The Buffalo :
'
fri lJ name, has evered his connection" '
I 'I(P)%f't'J tit:, : with the American embay in Loni I i! is not in any sense the same u* that prescribed by the state regi. i i j Co., fol.CI.for; all calcimining, wa donation* for the thousandleft .

} .. ..It..la.IH#f 1 don. There is such a thing as being tration law for legal elections, but is for a special and distinct purpose ||I accepted. homeless b)' the earthquake which
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t f' .1 t. ,..,//11"! 'j i r "too smart." entirely dirferent: therefrom. Hence any penal law affecting legal registration i'I Tax Collector D'Alemberte re- destroyed two iuatuinal.ni cities

Jt. Jt I' I i, FI,4IRJt.11E'l<1.., above all thiu;,:;-., cannot: apply thtrHO.lld the care with which the committee ;I ported I'M; : pulls collected. April 18. Every charitable l'en-a-
'] I Letter from Mate Health Officer coliau shouldubcribe something.Donations .
ot'l1 the means; of encouraging immi;.:-ration I
; ,\ '. 'f'' It"J '' and the purpose of Hon. 15. K.McLin call forbiJ- the rtgi-tration of any person not entitled thereto under th jJos.'! 1'. Porter, enclosing a letter mar be left at the banks

t 1'J hi+ : : : to print a state pamphlet'5! law provides additional safeguard against any attempt at wrung from Dr. Warrea E. Anderson, Es- ur at the DAILY NEWS office.
t"
l.I ; : should receive the hearty CoIIIIJltII"J doing. T.'ie prohibition of the state primary law, above quoted, cousti- cambia county agent; of the stateboard Like KaiBies Before the scythe.d .
'. !I. dation and effective of
co-operation
rtl( "J l'j lB 't every public-spirited citizen. He tote a Hill stronger safeguard against irregularity. I was received and read, au I Baby lives are destroyed in the summer -

I : cP' 10 invites the aid of all boards of county ;. ,i I The action of the county supervisors of registration is governed by the on motion, the office of assistantI by of cholera the disease infantum.is sudden.The attack it 111.1Ita
t', : dii commissioners iu the II I abolished.
county physician was
I ', preparationcf ,, state regi-tration law, above quoted, and they could not be required as a'' progress is sometimes: terrible and'
{;l f 'f' :;I f: trustworthy matter to be inserted !t I I letter from City Comptroller :Baking Powder]
Mothers(
!\.- ,. I ( 1>t;, in the pamphlet concerning each I 'part' of their! official duty, to conduct the primary registration ; hence the 'A rapid. who have iVt'n'their
; .1.' 't II'! George T. Morgan, relative to ar- children Perry Da vi Painkiller -
,: county. Kscambid'o board should procedure for the I .' I i.MadelD Prusaeulr
'f j special registration provided for under the of I in of'
: I '.tj I : act promptly themattE'r. auspices rearages due the city on its share water with a few drops
I 'I ., brandy added can tell how thl treatment doeiIt i-4 ,
--- j the: several county committees. The supervisors act jfjcio the road absolutely pure. ono
may u- but fwf and bridge tax, was; received has checked the diarrhina and

j. "1i 1 !i ,L EXAMINATION papers in spelling they do not, the committees are authorized by party-not state-law, to and filed. vomiting< and put the little patient ci ulls alum.bi"and ctnta.makes pa-strie the* mo-t and
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f of fourteen pupils of the fifth grade ,, out of clanger. 2j; and DO cents d.\illtie-.
1 1 11' ;'Ijl cf school No. 1 have been exhibited conduct the regi-tration, for the special purposes of the primary and such, !'I C. H.Turner again presented his

I ;; to THE I i I bill for iron door*, etc., at the ar-
t 4 it.I : NEby !Hupennteudsnt regi-tration has no effect beyond the primary: election, after its specific Elegant china closets, OSCAR I E. MAURA.SALES .

,. i I I ';';" t ..I, Cook regale These of nearly papers contain 1,1KZwatt an ag-1 i I purpo-e is effected.U I I mote, |4:! >.2U!! ; this time with in- sideboards and leather- AGENTIF ,

i: terest, at b cent. After dis-
per
; ,'l words, including In other word*, the I seat chairs at Marston $
'
{ I' ." many proper and : primary registration is purely I a party affair a 5'cu:: -siou3 it was ordered that the -
1.h ) t. : h, el''raphicall1"l11e!; :!, ytt only about Ouina'sLow
h f I' "j SfJ oue-huhdredths of one per cent of di-tiuguUhed from any portion or feature of legal election, and i is rig-ht-I original) bill, without interest, b prices; eastayments.

-:;,1r J l 'I\'4 1 1 I, the :same are marked for errors In'J fully governed by the party organization subject, of course, to the pro\"ii'-I paid. 'P 1 1

I' }" :';i i i "[Jell IU j{. If any public school mji j ions of any statute affecting it. No statute exists: prohibiting, or even I II I A propo-ition from the Journal 1 Foley's Honey and Tar .m.ar- '

I n, 4 t: Florida cau make a better showing the and THE NEWS to publish the delinquent colds
J 'governing i cures ,
\ : ; primary regi-tration i prescribed h the prevents pneumonia.
r ,..1 ; we shall be glad to hear of it. The: ; tate committeee ',
,1 : 1 fact that our children 'and there should be no iu i tax list and other county Ii
are really b( difficulty the execution of the provi-ions; of the |, If you want a nice present to giveto .
; : ing taught to spell is, one which! ''I call. 1 printing in both papers for the coot a friend, go and look through the

1" ;' imi.-t afford to all parents unmixed ing year, at one cost, was accepted I elegant' :: line of suitable articles at
;>leasiire and gratification > 1 J, Stephen:; *, you surely can find
Y ., and such publication was ordered. something to please you. It you '

i A I'LTiTinN for an injunctionagainst ( After general di-cu-'ion of r'Jadmatters I want anything in the Diamond} line
be sure to see him before buy.
\ the several members' of the Politics and Politicians. the board adjourned. you
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l' beef trust has been tiled iu the federal -
; ( court at Chicago by the attorneys ( Miitherti! Mother*: Mother*! ''.'. r.,. '." .- . -.....---"j

for the I'uited States, "ettiii{; Howmuoyclilldrfn are at Ibis hraiou 1.r'LATEST CREATIONS"
forth the methods veribli and l'OIl-tIIJal..d. path bad ntuinnfli Y01 HAVE; TO //"I ATlil
employed by and beadftcbe. M',M'Jlb..rorav' sport Puderrtorcbddrenpllalpryecure "- .
t -IS-
r 1 them to control prices, not onlythose l If worms
.I If you wi h to get in with the i are pre-rnt they will errtninly rmunc A Quick Lunch,
at which to enter the for I'
they purchase the race re-election. I tbl'1I1.t all drU2Kll| .T> Cts. Kuinpln :; High-Grade Stationery
live auimal UT circle at HeiliyX; 111-1 moors hKKK. Adurnn Allt-u H. UhuStr ;
in you'll have
required their bu-i-i i, have not seen "Uncle Jim," but I LeKoy.N. )'. WHY NOT DO IT HERE:
l I IH-BM but those of the products thereof ''go away back and sit down around *< OFFICE SUPPLIES: .< .
I certainly hope this is not Our .
true. He j-t-rvice ias rapid a* w
i and praying for restraining! or-i!i the big eay chair. That's where has made an efficient worker on the Try ANDERSON a K. :I.: J;.-.it's a new drinke N wsrapErs and Periodicals, y waiter', perfect man.igemeiitmodern
ders, for the examination of f.iciitie-! '
the
t defendants can make it
}t' they talk bU-ines. In the front board and all I' r book*, and for such general relief a-> boy? retests of the county at heart wa 'EMANCIPATIONPICNIC I "Lucky tiou.

( I t J the facts proven may "Ul.ot and Among the mo-t vociferous shout him to ,tay there. Fountain Pen.BENNETT'S.
justify, including the The :iOtli Century
:,lt enforcement
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for
er Myers at the Marianua meeting I
; I of penalties-prescribed by the Sherman I hear of several TUESDAYColored 1 d j He tallr8I1t"t'n'l' =
club-
t 1.; f ft r! anti-tru-t law and other stat \ Saturday: urns a youn< man fromPeniacola. quietly i '.:o'o.! l'aUfo\St. I'eriKarola. -
ht forming for the There'are f;: .= '.- ; + u variety f-xct-llont tin
.rt I ?1 utes. Thus tar the proceeding apt One countryman a-ked campaign. --r -- ''LO -')' specially prepared and! -ultable f<

'k j. ',:, : 'rare to bepati-factory ; it i< in its, ,, another \\'twO,: that slick-faced some good political worker in I, citizens will celebrate ha-ty Hating

i fl r. J ; : prosecution to snore effective con- ''fellow doing MI much yelling; To their membersliipaud; they are going; I i'emancipation day this year in an R1 Our sandwiches and Dairy Di-he

,f {. i. ;t ;..''!\\t t t-st elusion intentions that the of good the faith government and hont I which another countryman: replied, to make their pieseuce felt. 1' elaborate I way. ]Kupfrian'* park La-: ... t :\ t GEORs are really delightful.I'hiine 471,

fA h 1 ;t, : will be tested "Don't know who he ibut he's Speaking of the-whale which been engaged and program of great Pearl & Blumer,

H;,; : ,f 11 --- -- some fellow imported especially to ceutly stranded evariety and interest hn been ar- 216 H. Palafox St.

t I You never heard of any one usin g: do the Myers shouting." The near Pensacola, the l ranged -
i(: J j'Jkl'wa"
FolcyV\ Honey :and! Tar and not be- Tallahassee Capital ,
,1'i 1 { ing tl-flf.d. W. A. D'Alemberte, told to Mr. Myers! and even he says "otl tat r'peakingwill be one of the day'*

( d ( 'i'.1:. 121 Palafox street. lI1ilt'd. ijuery Who wa: he':' thing less notable have come to'i' ;features, and the orator will be XO\\\\' Is Your Time

Ii"'t. I '1..,. I grief in the arne vicinity."" Aiu'tthat i three colored lawyer-, namely! : CH.Alton ;
': J \\1, A QUERY The Jack-on county managers of the truth?
; i j "" r A. W. Spears and I.. M.I s ? 10 III tGOOBWHEEIGHEAP\
the >l
f" lyer campaign are not: at all
'l.iJ : Doe-ift it etin "-traiie !I HattonA general holiday will be
I thuuirhlfal. that
door aily The committee the ,
) epr that b
J A t"t/ t Myers [i 'ob-erved. and everybody will y a
t It ha* been said that General Lamar met Mr. and )[rs. )[ 'H" at the train men of riauta Ro-a county "tu[tl

] ; : have tj l.i-.fe to E cambia |i out" tu "E'e the big -trr-et pageant in .r ij t
I t' should resign his position as attorneygeneral ( was quite small and thttaLI. ueg- county for :
i' frequent advice m the forenoon
'h,!t before uttering to runfor )sorts to tcure a carriage to con- themallagt.ll.fout : .

,,1 i ron;re,". Woull!: the pre-ideiiti I \'Y their di-tin
r .t i of the I'llited'tatl: :*, if he should !set e to the city. There wa only one Elks: club\ I Js petting to be ::;atLusa's ta I .. opiates and can safely be triven ce:1/JJ : 1lmirh//" \A.;:-."

;: i 1 ,,,.I 1 tit hack the :Myers: headquarter to I Ladi .'
.; to run resign before an election at station and that had | children. W. A. D'Alemberte. | g u..IjlltlId: :

: I tIi I i or, coining nearer home, would theeherifl been engaged by Chief of Police 121 :0'. Palafox street. 'J JI I fur t WI' yo. r- -.uLu r:'.". ')11
:.1 Vinzaut "Say. I "a\General Lamar oat y erj I)I :: It's a Mistake !.. .Ifv. .. .. . . . I :'.. ,
of the of ,
and the Jacksonville
county othercounty who
Madi
fIji "
(" i was -oti Saturday, aid a HI. !' If you are thinking of moving ':
(:.! j ti officers, who are now run- there with four Duval county boys ins t I I Lid1C'f.1' -il' "a-ranteed
man the
i(I' ciuc for orttVe. resign becau-e oftnat for the :state Reformatory.: 'and at Merchants la-t ui ghtee Harry Hallmark or call phone |First-Class Western Beef Is for two i'<- tT.. r-.:ular \y: .w+
$
r i #1ft. ;' Capt. he wag being lionized He 251 and let him quote *. He I .rradl:: fat . . . . ..f'7l'l.l
; fact M.Uoltt Vinzaut. however, was courteous didn't speak there, but the you price Not 25 Cents a Pound. :

r v 'tftl K'I l'|< a l''n ('....lnan. enough to wait until Mr. and Mr. fellows were talking way the ha. the bp-t spring floats in the city -- \ Columbia, guaranteed for
Li t i Lamar nude it four years, going at. . ,?. r
flyers! were tint taken to the Look at our Price* :
t'f "At the end of the campaign" hotel clear to my miLd that
1 I Madi-on i is. BANNER .
a SALVE ,
;; writes Champ Clark, Mijouri'sbrilliant before wing hip hack ,_ Lit: year. Now I'i.
for ; '
;. i :' the pur- Lamar: county by big "" the Extra Loin. . . I \(:
iJ cou.re;>-man, "from overwork figures. moat healing ealv In Uvi work j 15c to 1 Jbc Xi?
rt' I : p"e for which it had been Round ;:
tc uervuuteaion, los ofleep ordered THE POLITICIAN. i.-c j-: SIMPLY ASTONISHING :
l 1H;"$il and constant speaking I had about Plant a spring arse Iiri-ketandChuck i "sc loc I
;
r ref" utterly col'up-ed. It seemed that all Hon. J. H. Harvell ha- entered I Try a 1.. I. Kit's n. Rib Roast i::>C )..cl t
I (, a Lewdrmk-[ The Willis Hardware Ramp .... ... .. .
f' the organ: in my body were out of tbelegi-lative race in :inu Ro i at ANDEISON'S.: Co. lic;: lijc''
: l (lIt l order but three bottles of ElectricBitter i __ ___; ____ ____ Considering quality, above pricfar 'I
sell eHuy Wheel.
the a Work
can tools bm
'. Mr.! I you cheap begun
f'tl made: pie all rislit. It'" the CllllIt} lUrvell I.s: many1 cheaper than in any other city of
I t' ; best all-rouiitl medicine everold frienJin E-cambia After Dinner this *jz* iu the counter.and I the street You '"an soon
r ; "I i"t'r a dru.i..t'l"Untt'r.: ." Overworked county wio!! -e' I will repair your watches We do have to

1 ,t't::; rl I ruu-doun men and we.ik.{ only regret i i- that they C.lUII"t vat. T, a', t't Itt-: !, relieve d;!tra ,Jewelry in firt-cla-s style j, I meats and have pay to more chiree for more our t rile evervwhere.
tl, sickly women itinsplendidhealt! h 'tt'r 'I ,:: dl ,loi'I,, t ; ritephens.: than
I for him. I '' Leartir: formerly, but it i-n't our fault. w\ ( ,..
tl ,
4 t and vitality from Electric Hitters.' i tree- nsttatfntae: '- and WP are aellit: ,? a* low awe pl.1 1('''' __ "
j Try them Only 5 4le.> Guaranteed by Water coolers that do Ibly can. ]
It i r rumored not
{ :::-tt C-iai/y Hood's I
l
"II i W A. D'Alemberte. 121 S -uth Palafox 'm- Pills

,r J( 0 street. mis-ioner, J. B. R -ber-La-d, dined I j to.dtverywntre. J5! cetts. waste Hardware ice, Co.'s.at the Willis PARLOR MARKET, j f.j:: B. BRUGE.r. .

tYrl Phone 173. .J II". >. IJHJ tv: x u rr..

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THE DAILY NEWS PENSACOLA, FLORIDA WEDNESDAY MAY 14,1902. ,

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-O' [Al. President; I I l jf;! 1,
F. C. ,
c' HORTON, Cashier; j
50'1. ,Vice.Pruldent. ; M. E. CLARK A't Ca.hi.r. EAST HILL i\\
Condoned
Statement o, the Wednesday, May 14th.ot r(!


AMERICAN NATIONAL BANKOF f

ROBBERIESYesterday <: Sixth AnniversaryOF :t i'

PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA, AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS APRIL 30, 1902.

''From Report to Comptroller. "'f fI "
THE.BOSTON : :
RESOURCES. afternoon a gentleman !II I : l

T : at- 1447,677.03 Capital Stock .LIABILITIES. J200.000.00 i! living on East Hill reported that

;::..d Loan*. 69.862.96! Surplus 10.UOO.OO thieves had recently entered his SHOE STORE.
'JrrdMlw..... M3-) "* Net 64E0.76: I . .
Premium... ...... ...... field and had stolen fruit end shade I r! I
.: Bonds and Kt.250.00 Circulation Outstanding..... .... .... .... 74,200.00rrViture !
and Fixtures... ...... .... ...... 6.718.48 Deposits trees them from the ; ,
: by digging
i R / ... .... .... ... .... .. .... 608,05 Dividends Unpaid..... ...... ......... .... 356637.70 15.00 I TO THE PUBLIC! 1, ;
; aedExctange. ground and hauling them away.
fc; 124,143.20 .
C:> 82,750.00 I
__ 1;| There could be found no clue but We want to thank you for your liberal support and patronage during t, : rt
J729,9o3.46 H29,9 'U6 the past six years and for the success we have had, which enables us to r. 1 i i ,,}

1' tank opened for business October 23, 1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will giver I the visits had became to frequent of I give you the most complete line of Fine Footwear at Reasonable Prices ,j <.. i l
carried in Western Florida. To make this Anniversary one long to be remembered \ "
."l'Uj.e ; prompt, courteous and careful attention. late that the sufferer purchased a
!
by you, J'ii
Interest Paid on Time Deposits. pair of dogs, turned them loose upon f

I the field and the stealing stopped. -Wednesday, May 14th, from 8:30: a. m. to 6 p. m.-$* i: \ rf t


B. H. FAIRCHILD, his district be economically and well ROLL OF HONOR !! W. C. Spencer, living on Thir- We will !Sell: ANY SHOE in the Store at 115 per cent less than regular 1 : rlfl

done. Ke is popular with the people teenth street, reported that a thief Itriffo. Remember the hours-not a minute sooner or later-will these t'. .

(] rIXOL'STERER: and the prospect is that he will haveno OF THE CATHOLIC SCHOOL!! prices be offered. We have all the latest styles in Ladies', Misses' and i .
; had walked boldly upon his front Children's Footwear. i: 'f l

38 EAST ROMANA STREET. opposition __ I II I' porch in the afternoon and had taken Thanking you again!\ for your liberal support and patronage, we are 1

and Refinishing Furniture aSpeeian I The Ladies' Auxiliary, Brother Masters Thos. I yours for Shoes: only, 1
ft rt tf.v Johnson, Greg'oryI therefrom a fine Rambler bicycle, ;

I IPhono hood of Locomotive Engineers will 0. Quina, Robert H. Anderson Em-
which the thief who
was a young BOSTON SHOE STORE ;
basket
I give a picnic and dance at manuel Johnson, Mallory Reira,
4OG. mounted and rode toward ,
ii I Magnolia Klutl May 27, to which Paul Reira, John Miller, Clarence negro I

they invite all their friends. Tick. Brown, Dudley Gonzalez, Frank ,1 town. Leaders of Low Prices. 117 South Palafox Street. ;i iI

R. K. WHITE, ets, including transportation, will be Witt, Hargis Gonzalez, George Hil- Spencer was on the still hunt for I

nnalir, .Manufacturing JentleratJ 25; cents. A number of handsome liard, Fauria Touart, Jake Riebig-i ; his property last evening and cautiously I .11 ;
r lilt :
prizes will be awarded. The list hauser, Gregory Juina, James I Don't Let Your : t I
the contents of several I
: i.raduate Optician: j will be in Tn NEWS eyed .
printed E later
WaNh '
Ferreole
Palmes
Jacob
-- -------- repair shops in the hope of findingthe : : Carriage Run Down 'I
:
: :
s tbrasrxa.: PtB" (JI", n Pimples, blotches and all other i Thompson, Robert Carlin, Clyde : ; I 01 i iI
wheel, he having had an ideathat :
Bicker I Il
Joseph Johnson John ;
spring troubles are cured by Hood'sfsarsaparilla for want of little repair. Taken in
the WaNli.Heuior, the black had sold it to a local f ,.,/' time, the cost lOabtl trillinjr. "A .
effective
most of
I + word to the wlt-e' is' sulticieut." We f t
:; Girls-Misses Retta Hall r
dealer (
at a much reduced
1 all spring mediciue*. figure.; ,'
do carriage and wagon repairing in
Teresa Larsen, Ellie
JIOTEil -- --- i Miuttleworth, The theft, with the number and description all its branches', at lowest prices, I I "-
HEWS CONCERT AND DANCE AT ]I i Loukel'CnnnellShirley Robinson, and warrant all work to be strictly I : p
of the wheel, has been
MAGNOLIA HLl'FF THURSDAYNIGHT. reported I I Ito
Hela Gonzalez, Maud Muller, Hazel flrt-cluH. Make your vehicle equal .

-< 'r'It.1INSATrbi0AND:; : 1 Hiebi hau,er, Louise Hiebi hauser, to police headquarters. / new in appearance, durability 1 ; t,' j
.. J !9. LAST; TRAIN RETt'RNS; : AT and! motion Jobbing promptly executed "'
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--'-- /'-"" --- II ::-M. TICKETS.: :; ; CENTS: :;, AT lllggie1.. Hatton, Mary Hatton, ''Ine8t

,' -' ,; Jenny N due here DEPOT I I Maggie i McHngh, Ada Mcllu h, For Over Si\tj \f'ars. Horse Sheer always ready. I! I il\

,. i.'jo:: of fire clay for ""u-a;; ; 4M'I.FtII',1 j I Florence Hyene?, Florence Pent, SIN;. WINSLOW'S HOOTHISO SYRTP bat _i I ,.
Ask \ lor.\IIrir"ri been used for over sixty years by muliontol ;
1'j: Florence Graham, Annie Walh; mother for their children while teething J.M.Hillianl&Co.: i
A powder for the fret i H cure'Swollen! ,,*ore. : with perfect 6UCIT48. It soothes the child rwR6aT I ,
the Mallory-Myer- Hot.t'lillou.'blol!. tlwt. tang reel Corns Katie Cu*achs, Annie Bond, Ida softens the gums,alia)s all pSl ,cur.... wind :No. :SO East Garden St. ; ';
H'.(1 Kunions At all drug :..ts and tiiuettures. Palme*. Loreue lobe, Emma colic and IB tbe best remedy for Initrrboea II.'
I., : : s o'clock touiht at i .',JC..k toditv. It will relieve the poor little en Rarer 1mm"dlat..ly. ;
nchainbeau, Eloize Gonzalez, Marion fold by Druggists! In every cart I I f
,':. oflheworM. Tweuty-tHe cents a bottle
: Oldmixon.I He sure you ask fur"M rs.Winslow Sooth C. O. TAT E UX j l l lI
WORK/ HAS
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'. hue sturgeon were 1. Kindergarten School Misses Eva ing Syrup sod take no other kind. I

.:' : i ',1"n: the City of Tamj! I Gonzalez, Blanche McHuRh, nil- (MKl'VS: : IHblNKSS COLLEGE; I :'i
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.. M I :/:,,;. tti.: morning.w BEEN COMMENCED ; da Touart, Fannie i Renshaw, |IN MKMOKIAM-.IOHN S. 1tELL i I
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.... ..| steamship; Atlanttn.armed Georgia Hen tiaw, Annie Ains- Wherea, It has pleased Almighty The Bar = Lock Typewriter. f '
-- God, maker of all in His wis foxN
\I : at quarantine ye-ter- '1 I i I I worth Leona de la: Rua, Louisa things I
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dom to transplant from earth to Machines for Old <) > Col1l' .. I {
>\\ Exchanged ni' Inquire at
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J"r' ,' on her first trip. It. E.'roal, contractor: for the plaza Watson; Masters Robert Brent, Heaven our beloved brother, JohnS. ,

curbing work began on the contract Hubert Bryan; Misses Marion Andersen I Bell, who died April &th, IW2( ;
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:I t mi? the dance and concert ,I Leon Juina, Lucille Yiiies-i therefore be it Seasonable household All kinds of chairs and I
!y : e 1'einaeolu! Concert Rand: at at !9:I o'clock this; morning, and has Resolved, That in his death our

V "lia Blull tomorrow night. i I II quite a crew engaged. He said thatI tra Kattie Motta UNtie Roche; Board of Stewards has lost one of its and kitchen utensils at the rocking chairs at ,iUar, lon i

:Master Warren Anderson! ; Misses ,most efficient members, our church $ Quina's. Prices : I
the of the work will take Willis Hardware Co.'s.We are very : \
I., Koch. the genial proprit'tor''Ie i j I completion Mildred Rocheblave Lena Roche- a most useful and exemplary member 1 :

Cauca-ian Collee :Saloon: is up from four to five weeks and now blave, Julia Johnson, Frances : our community a worthy citi- low. --
will launder your spreads for
ibutinn aiming his friends a',' that work has been commenced he t Christie ; Master Tom McHugh, Miss zen.I'\econd-That we bow in deep humility 15 cents each and make them look Try a K. I. K.-it's a new drink- I f

little: moustache comb. I j I will push it for all it i; worth. I Eva Hall. and submission to the will of like uw. Star Laundry. at ANDEKSON'H._ r I' if'
lit the \Vet End are comf I' I Intermediate**es Marie A. our Heavenly Father, who is too -- !
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|: The preliminary work was' startedat Steele, Katie Grahams,Amelia Mar- wie to err. DItISTOIIA.t I t '.
? a pack of dug that coui : / Third-That, while with the < q --= I"" ;, lit IW YOU Hale (tatf I :
BflKj'ElgntUn
the southwest corner, and will be zoni, Genevieve Clarke. or- I I ; Bean the A i
.i at section aud keep up a i I "' ) (1"/0. IJ I I
I :I. rowing family we mourn their loss" Ii' [ .,;1 r : I I I
",a ling all night.;; carried northward. thence eat. Junior Girls-:Mis-es :Maggie; Maloney we will strive to emulate his Chris. \::,\ft'ff-; :';'" ): J1+-# I t

I | Lola Cusachs, Annie Quinn, tiara character and devoted life. L.:..:; -,1,.-,,.'. ,.1/ \.,'"I ,-' \ i I cf ..l 1'(1(
in Middleham: Ca-tle For County Commissioner. 'I 1 Fourth That .. .. :. -1 ii .
MethoditIchurch ,/
j Willie '
., i j Moody, Kathleen Furlong. me I ,. ,-.", The man who owu his own home
.- 27 with solid |i The friends of J. W. Brewton& of I I which extends l 'f I !
cargo ;i'Teresa Valanzano Katie Connors, we represent ,, \ \: .!.., I' :._:." insures himself against lots of I.
the L. & N. H he' district No. i announce him as a through! us to the bereaved family \. -." ..I 'j. !
r Hilda Bicker, Annie Booke.I I_ trouble and worry. Nobody canrake : i I,
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cmdid,Ue for re-election from paid moot hearty and sincere sympathyand .... -.
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irgo here for the rev : \) i\ ': -- X.l- i1 his rent, and the rent day has: I 1 I'
district, 'ubjf-ct to the action of the would point them to the'iFather' ": i. '0> -"nr.-- "'-
to tiilve-tou: to I Try a K. I. K.-it's a new drink no terrors for him. It's easy to own
go i pnmarie* July 13. -* iod. : ,r1i2_! F :. : I 1
'|'at ANDERSON'S. ', Fifth That, as a token of our I 5-; I. a home now-a-days. Thos. C. yrr
pro !.f --.I'
\\ hal Iliin 1'.11.1'1'.1 I found respect, these resolutions be '':'' ::2f'; '( ; Watson & Co. can tell you how !
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:. date there will be a Ia greater power of di e-tingand 'I 1'111- SANTA KOhA spread upon the minutes of our 1., t/J)1," .L.=...- .r/- '.--,>...F/. easy it i. Call and see them ': 'f' \
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:r unmeiit' given at the iinilating;: food. For them Hr.I I hl'itiB.tTHIN4: KSTADL1MIMKMBathing church and a copy be sent to the 'I', \..'- >-- '. "
ui.tuMum. Hen Iun-J I I K iUK'Sew Life filN work wonders. family of the dece.i-ed. '... .1- 'I.\; ". "f "- O.A.B O rtl A.. : RI d
1 lie Kind Yes Nals Awes B3u I
!I 1 i They tone and regulate the digestive J. A. A = :< di.r Beare the ; f
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: in the waters '.1
I warm gulf c--- ...
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ttrtptomi| bar performer of i ii I Il.rg-iu-: gently expel all poi-oih from Chairman, : "' :......;< egnature: #-.f-IlZ- : I j jrJ I} 1 1I

Mill give an exhibition +i I|i the system, enrich the blood. im I conceeded to be the finest in the 1, F. E. BKIWNKK \ .\ _\ c... .,- t/ : ; L ;

\I ,, ti-| he i a pl'ja-ing program! I prove"appetite, make health" rlesh. i i world. Everythiugforplea-ure! with J. A. KlKKI'ATKK, ,
Only '!,')C. at W. A. D'AIemberte's. i safety. Good board and lodging, by Committee.Iiailim I ', :
i '1- HIP F1i rodora .'extette.ainiiiatiuii Educate Your Rowels With \urftreti. '
: 1 11 1 South Palafox s-treet. the day or week. Luncheon promptly A llllsoffie 6 Ga s Ran e Candy Cathartic, cure constipation foreier. i, I" ',

\ by the civil | I served at all hour, day or night. Can Wear Shorit Ioc.2SC. CCO fall.druucisisirf unc!m oJ. i r .
I CONCERT AND DANCE AT I CHAKLF.S: H. BI-KION,
'ird held on April ti. the j i t fAXOLf.BLl'FF THTUSDAY I uHf one sue smaller after using Allen's root
Manager. Ea....a ,powder to be shaken Into the shoes is the pride of a well ordered kitchen.
'* .: pr| -r;onpa'-ed. with NIGH TRAINS; h. KW: I : 11 i
SAM
It makes tliht or newsboesfeelea.ygive KEE'S
Win.Cl. IAND9. LAST TKAIN RETf KNS It clean and neat and is not only
t'lllow+: Fir-grade I l Instant relief to corn and t>uniou It's I is;
!...... F. Call Bryan Lip.- AT 11:50. TICKETS 'Jo; CENTS. NEW HORSES FOR tbe greatest comfort di-c-overv of the age.Cures :
AT DEPOT. and prevents swollen feet blisters, the perfection of usefulness; and
ma U's. E. Pollck ; second callous and sore "pots. Allen's .. -F.aseteaccrtan : li

A.iroti Brown ; third raJe.Nieuiiuiin Special comiiittuiritiou : FIRE DEPARTMENTI feet. At alldruggitsandltine cure fur sweating, bot store-, aching, J.V', economy as well a!' comfort, but an .*New Laundry... ', s sNI I ,
of E-ciiibia
and Arthur Mc- ; ) Lodje: No. 15, Don't accept any substitute. Trial package ;
: F. I\L A. M., at 7:. o clock I FREE 1'V mail. tldr"h'111'0 t'lmsled, ornament as well. There is no '
il. G -- I.e H,,}', N,1. I
Friday night, May 10.; '' BUILDING [
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modern labor-savine appliance that
Work in M. M. I
degree. Jones said this
morning
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aUti iUuceuleut of the C IIIdida.f The finest line of sterling silver r.

Mr.I J. W. Hrewton for retltci I Visiting brethren\\'. tilliliS.W. invited.1UKRV Mthat!! he would today negotiate for ,, goods and silver novelties i is to be can be compared to the utilization of NORTH PALAFOX STREET, i

< county commi-s iotier from D'C. Kh&M.KK, :Secretary.: !j the purchase of an additional horse found at J. I. Mephens'. Prices to gas as applied with a Gas Range.
all. .
please < North of Court Housf. ,< ,
\V. M. It'La
'"t No. 5, subject to the action ofinocratie for the fire department to fill a __ I I
primaries July 15, O.A.STOnX.A. (le..( |111I|ro\cil .Aljirliinerj'amI'iivtCIjtsx : th
.Afarston< tj-Quina are sole vacancy now existing, caused by the Pen acola Gas Co. j
in this i..lle i of TMKN'EWS.MOII Bet,the Ilia KndYDB Ha.e h'safs' :3c!>: t ISguM \, /lfh., "I-,
agents for the celebrated! death of horse i fl.'
.. has been :a valuable a department twoi #'-.I-1fJ. ::

>t the board, attentive Odorless refrigerators,, I i j days ago. of No. 3 S. PaUfox St., Pensacola, FIe GIVE HIM A TRIAL. I !J' ?

.'-- inttTe of the county I absolutcliguaranteed or The horse put to u-e yesterday for

watchful that road work in I money refunded.. trial proved satisfactory, and has i ; tri.r-

I I been accepted. It was purchased : \i.
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.. .. .. .. .. ..............."'................ .... .... yesterday afternoon and temporarily ,52 S52525252 5252SH.
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: placed at the hook aud ladder house. ; P1 : I
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". ....r IJSOLCAHN&CO'S.... t : Today it will be sent to truck No. 2 ; Special Sale : t Special Sale f :. 1 fl! Iz I '

: at the corner of Gad-den aud Devil- .

: lier. J of SKIRTS .< ; t i.! S '1 I I I I

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Will lure Stonim'li .\che in K'ipMinuten .. .. {I'
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$ YOU WILL PIN!) : This, i- jut what Painkiller will S25252525'525Z52 i ;

F. do; try it. Hate :a bottle in the ,I I II

.'"'.. .-., . I Louse for iutant ue, a* it will save
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hours of i'utleril1g.Vatch ;
-- out
i you
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t dealer does :111'ou
that the not ; an
imitation, as the great reputation of
.SMITH FIELD HAMS. Painkiller ( Perry Davi}., ha* induced t
.. I many people to try to make .

I something to -ell.aid to be "ju-t a- .SPECIAL SALE OF SKIRTS!'
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: IF YOU ARE I

and the best of everything generally fjf 1

lOOKINC FOR BARGAINS

kept in a First-Class Grocery Store 'r Crash Skirts, Flared Linen Crash Skirts, i{.


J ....FLORIDA AGENTS.... k SA For the next ten day I will sell Flounce 50 ecach Flounced $1.00 each j
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fXll THE t you any article now in tock at a Chambry Skirts, Tucked Dimity Skirts, with 2 Rules $1.00 each "
di-count of 25 per cent from the reg-
Circular Flounce $1.60 each
ular Thiuk: of it-you will Black
price. Duck with Two
\bita Springs Mineral Water. i( ,
save: $2.5 on a diamond ring or pin. -
Covert Skirts, Tucked $2.00 each Rufles.
$1.75 each
I where at regular price it would co-t

: Agency Nunnally's Candies :I UiO.everdollar'. S'e'ou: .:; worth save you-">buy.cents Nowis on Covert Skirts, Plain, $1.00 each 'i White Pique Skirts, $1.00 to $3.00 each I t.i i


i, the time to buy your diamond* or '

= watch or any other article in stock

rcorner Palafov and Intendencia Streets. very cheap. Call and examine t, l

I f- I ;good,. Remember this offer i is for : i

p .: ne 178. ..0< ..0< Pcnsa--f t. I only.pood ten dap.J.No I. STEPHENS trouble to show W. J. & B. FORBES. H


112: South:; Palafox street.
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lit rr F, THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY MAY 14, 1902


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WESTERN BANKERS CONVENE)' CAUGHT AFTER LONG CHASE.


Ji! r,1 tl Tutt's' Pills Associations of Several Western I Alleged Murderer Captured by United (ErMrs.. Fred nr&.ih

States Meet at Kansas City. States Revenue Officers. ,

Kansas City May 13.-Several: hundred Carrollton Ga.. May 13.After an No. 228 Territorial Street, Benton Harbor, Mich,

I :," !J41 r FOR TORPID LIVER. bankers are in the! city today to exciting chase of several miles over

fk; f.' ,+' ir A torpid liver deranges the whole attend the <'on> cntlen of the Bankers' o I the hills! in the vicinity of the Yellow "I am plusd 10 give my hers &i are tI t

t fl! system, and produces association of Missouri. Kansas and Dirt and Chattahoochee swamps United experience: with Wine of tr1nmph alurd'.li !
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I, !;; Y, '& 't SICK HEADACHE, -k Indian Territory and Oklahoma Territory. States officers led by Revenue for Its http as I am After very my grateful first fl'r healthy 1U1l'\n'la.w,? .::11

They were separate gatherings Agent David A. Gates of the Atlanta
wi
could
Dyspepsia CostivenessRheu- [ baby was born 1 Dot a woman : '
the Kansas bankers meeting in division have succeeded in capturing sum to regain my strength utI.'r tlrtur, at

,! ._ mdtism, Sallow Skin and Piles. Kansas City Kan., and the Indian and! Shu; Huffman a desperate character although doctor gave me !it Ii the we', al w

ar t'' J, f ';" There Is no better remedy for these Oklahoma Territories and the Missouri who is charged with the murder of tonic which he CODSlrd -WIH.l.ai fl ...
J J" ., common: diseases than OR. TUTT'SLlVCIt
# instead of fears
it I .' PILLS, as a trial will prove. bankers convening on the Missouri Deputy United States Mar hal Holsen.. very: su..rior. but : .n6 \\1:0: .
f getting bottter I grew weaker )f L 'Ouning a 1
I {i Take No Substitute. aide. back near Hoax, Ala., on Jan. 11. every day. My husband: of Car: uI but'!. :i.

, ''';'r'I > Aside from annual reports presented Hokenback at the time, accompanied came homo: onuveningwithf..... r.j r"nN'1I. manly In a w. '" ,u

U1' yf I E. .\. Kelley of avenvvorth. Kan., by his two sons was raiding the some Wine of urdu! andia: all unnatural .0\,'

1 'I' : : : BLINDING A SHARK. made an interesting report on the cotfereace A vegetable: liquid for governing otequalizing still conducted by Huffman and Boboore. site:! that I take: it for a \leek and see 'strains.-ir.'gul3ritil' n .:, oil
Jr/p !' of Xew thev of women's menses what it would: do for me. As he seemed spon4ibb. for barrenness an
York M Both
bank of
:" I 'I \t lion a Pearl liltrr K.c-apr. a \ oraIoo on moneyorders which occur once in every lunar month..BRA.DFIELD'S. HoUenbacK's sans to have so much faith in it I did take the na.It makes a woman .1"

t I'fIi't" i <- thin l;.lrr. before the Kansas association were wounded by Huffman who succeeded ins dtcine: and: was very grateful to find healthy and able to ra,. II f r .; "

I A snorpo-f ul diver must pn''.e'"5 erect General Jones of St. Joaeplj'! president in making good his escape. A my strength slowly rdurning In two nancy and chiHltlrth WII'. .

t I. !. ,t cotint: >:f arid mrves of -stei-l. Such a of the :Missouri association, deliveied ,; reward of $3t)"0 for the capture of Huffman weeks I was out of bed and in a month I inil. After the ordeal 13 .1"

I .' I'. :- Juan ifjni.t-rteil with a large wreckingi his annual address to that meeting i i Female Regulatoris was offered by the department ol ; was able to take up my usual dutits. I I line lrt'l'arf a woman fur a.
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t enthusiastic in its I to health and a..T' .''
! l',.. 'f mpii.v was Ii.hllle s-iine years ago and Thomas B. Patton, of few York justice and a second reward of a like am very: praise. fl'CO\'f'ry
! 1 :" ?! r the tKherii'1* in tinulf of California editor of the essential quality of powerful herbs OTIImIiulDisthenublestduty( I 1'iinnofCarduitnrrmt
jM-arl the
Law
Ranking
{ Journal, amount by the internal
1 ; It is a concentrated essence best adapted revenue d* I
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i where sharks alioiiiid Ou [M] and highest pritilrge women organsofet'nrration.Ia4raf '
! .. WI ,t'I'. delivered an address on the "Evolution for w omen's delicate organism, and put in partment. can ,Whlt'or a of his trip> in t of the pearl Ith-I"f I
one juts> .
: of BankIng Law such form that it is
.I I always properly O'lt this privilege women J.) .beconingmathrr! 1V:I'
I 1 11 t 1t)'' <>yst 'rUi-_, bad a narrow escape (IOU, u In the afternoon all the associations inated! and taken into the sy>t : n.Moppajjes g''t all: 11'r' Ii ill life-too .tlt'n they I will cure almost; any caa. t .!rrg ,

! i1 r' '. f''ftrfllllit.tth. met in joint sti-sion on the Missouriside suppression, painful l c-r other lit Kept Grand Mrdlclne. : tllr"'Ih the were,} dise'rtente' l I ew'\t: \ faw lf Ire-1nJ" itwraPjw'l
' J. H' hud i.-eu in'-truetetl ni-ver to stir j irregularity: the menses and sickly flows In a Scotchillape: where a young ul' in their own sl.l"h cares; ran )011 flfu..e: t'l tak,. ,
.
'y. pfit! : The topic considered was' are corrected and cured by the regular doctor had started ,
14F f tlulU until 1 he hIIII..I\.11I11 lately practice, i and tr"ull. Hhff"'nt it th.' that prnmiessuch meelErbapl's !

It'l :: i :,-':. 1 I'rr'nuUelyhr: li.-eded the "Branch Hankipe. and lineage White u-e tf this superior e'r me .al'ur.; workman Lad the misfortune to get;:: hit .t! ,r. watching i b'r .:IIlr"n \\'III uf anlui simpl..awh ,

l,1l; 1 f > i i.; '_ ::' '.,'liisl'.i'! : sl.uitvU! ; editor of the \i-vv York Evi.ning Post 1 Menstruation, or periodic Cows, nece linger bruNi-d badly in one of the mills Ir..w.. ratl' ?...I alll w"Ian11: ..I stroll Q WOllllln ani I .-r -'

f' I fti ?'V. .'.l ; <1 euil;:lit MKlit; of a and Henry W. Yates, of Omaha presi- sitate a breaking down of cells lining the A doctor was scrt fur and! on 1 properljdressing A 1:, ,tlt..r li\'i as uany li"3 ai SL-- has w"Ii'n du n ,t 1If'r! !! ,
l t ,' raucous membrane and a n construction: chillr'n-t.dr! l ward to .tL.'rh.l' tt !t'
j'n 5 an 'rrll\\ are ie
I } I I .harkwutruule him dent of the XebraskA Xational bank, ; the tazer; the man u< art)
t ( after every sickness, which: is sccoinjunied : -
I I h I L 1 i .,'n y UK n think f:ist. .Near: were on the program for ai.iinsses. with marled congestion: and loss of fainted.: lie \.II,. asKed If Le \\ Oil.'

: Lot 't'I 1 .. 11',v r,"-&'. He uiovtd blw l. Such changes are very apt to pro- I take a little sprits{ to revive! h.nMon. : VINE A 111 :" ".
, '! \ 1/'.; I.., !1'r; Millof it. Luniiit General Evans CV>os.i' Orator '1 lure' chronic citarrh. Lcucorrhea or ( ." Le exclaimed, with tei l.'v'; of CARDVI has bin I '
.
I IIi [ I ( t -' > :,.1'1.11" uiuiihter. but tin Savannah, (.a., May 12.-Tb com- \YhutN is the result of these irritating disch. "that wnid just !x' the \ery Jil,' o' n,. : \\111. .f. .

1 t, ,' .+r'c". Re 'Jlatllr cures tla,e troubles The t'octor him nl .
,
.j" l i r I u..t uork. Tlie sharki rattles of confederate veterans having ; at' a ;:o >: .i-.s'
f i ; i: ._: t : .' calls etneut. cbmill; Ills and! rt-,'ores to jitrfect. heath the patient which he citetLi.v s-allovved. and, n1neoveriiir ,
in
(1' ( barge the arrangements for the who suflervil::: the debilitating: } looses.t .
, F t :I I' i : :> :' M.-tit motion of his i-ovv- L. i rt-atL his nrst won. THE NEW GROCERY STORE
.. veiling of the monuments to Onoral 1.::.y ot drug: ;!-t<. 11.0pl'r fmttle. I
; I I .. were.YeIl.: lit clor. 1 1..11111'0' hi1'abiiiit i ii -
I 1 Lafayette Mclawg and General Our illii'-tnitt-d:: b<.ik .:.:iel! free
f''I' f fJ4j: .1 x :.ri'!' OIlS, and the Jiver ', "Perfect Heath for Women." I vcr sk.ll but luou. i I' keep grrlh
Francis S. Eartjw, ha invited General
';!! r! W"'.' tae idea of blinilin, the 'I njedleine."
i; \\1('. t 1'"' ,. II' '. \ stirring up the mud. Under Clemeut: A. Evans to deliver the THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR; CO., Atlanta El' ------- WILL MOy'ER t

.. | address on that Deration, and he has "--. Dangerous if Neglected.
: \ \ ?, I' r >>f that he miulit eselpe.; He ; -

, ; I",c J; n ..d for dear life and had: the water ceptml. Tfc ceremony of the unveiling The Thinking Strain. Burns, cuts and other wound

!i thick with mud Lit half will take pla the WLon ouce one no longer thinks It Keeps a Complete First-Class
't"f i" r. in less in a mill e on afternoon often fail to heal properly if neglected Up-to-Date Stockof
I', ) I' Utft of June *. The two memorials 'necessary to reflect; whether one ought
and
become troublesome
'I; \, \h'; < :::Upping around the rock .isain: he w,.i be establi.-hed! in Chlppewa siiuare cr ought not to do or avoid a thing : sore Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries.No. .

t It.. 'j-i r.' t robe to the Mirfai-e. having barely on Hull street the saving of time and tissue is quite prevents'! such cou*itiPnce-.>. Even:

M il stn.ntb "II<.u:11 to reach the side l of enormous, fur It Is not so much do- where delay has aggravated the in- 30 W. Government St., Salisbury Block

.\ i y. t7 thin mutt. and was hauled ou board jut llUiurlcnt Klelion. ins; iLiu;;s as thinking about them I jury DeWht's Witch Hazel Salve!
'' : which consumes the iiiinates and the effects "I had ICLFT1lO.E: 337,
a
cure. running
a
J; : us tli* voracious mail sifter made a In If turiJ, Ur. Gardiner was'Cry
I r curb f+,r him. fond merges weed once Laving made an unalterable sore on my le? thirty years; ," says -
l of retailing the hacknejed od!
t 1"1- rue to do a thing if It Iipleasant H. C. Hartly. Vankeetown. Ind.
1
7 Ar r :; -T-- historical anecdutfs that garnish the and refrain from it If It Id "After u*in2 many rf'mf'dieI tried
t Transforming A Clinch. schoolliooks.! and he would commonly De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. A few
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. i i i not, one can f, Into a single;: day a ICE AND WOOD.
Y ji. I.+ : This I Is how 01.(' clever \\oni.ui\ trans append\ the comment: "Now that storyis ., number boxes healed the eore." Cures all

f foiuip-l. ci-ui-h that In-fore: her d.untj not true. I have r'as'JIto know, of delightful; experienceswhich ) I skin diea-*. 1'ile yield to it at

,' t i. manipulation was something of an eye indeed that it is pure fiction, but for would appear to those who do once. l>f ware of counterfeit*. lIar- WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A :'U'CH I.' ':GF.R TKADf

. t' J e sot'sin the ilitiiiiL- roo'ii: The cutieli our purpose it is, better than the truth Hot know the recipe quite inrredible.Ii .- gi,' Pharmacy. Johu I"heppardl--id-|
U. Uenson, "Scarlet ant! Hyssop." Kahn THIS :-MMER l : : THAN EVE 1 F FC [.F
11 .: Whirl vv.is of tie! :granny shape! was liecause tin truth cannot be rounded ney
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\ i. ,1.. low and d...,lb, the balk and sides Iota '1 oiT and polished so nicely to suit one's' I Know One !"nre" l.rnipily SEND

i I't' ':: quit,- "siiiii| ,' and iln>!MciM to a ilfillof | conception of character or of circumst.nice. Foley's Honey and Tar i= pe- oraaobeUDuieco.il._1\L\a.aLPava; .6L,aat US YOUR ORDERS NCW.

tf aliout four !linlit'I his the clwe adapted for thllt -
I : Tor similar reasons lu> was j culiarly a- : bronchitis

/t I..' instant la prai-e of historicsil novels! : aud hoarenesW.. A'I Chronic Constipation Cured. Thompson OIscii cC :},

t I .J t ".\ genius like Scott or Ueorsro lllutt 1 D'Alemberte. 1:!11 t?. 1'alafox. > ( The most' important! discovery of .
l
. I. ,I : ...---v----. ---- espiM-ially in 'Romola,' he could -- --- i is Manresa Street Telephone :
the J
recent .
I I --:':. '.. .i "'f71iof say I.rs Iii. Uiitu In UN lll iiii." _. I years !positive remedy ,
i ) (1' I yt\= \\i 1 'J, J 4 8 ,. \ \ : t : "has many: advantages over the plodding All east I side: eh'iracttr! well known for constlpat' 'm. Cabarets Candy

{i t tl I';: ', I It,,,:{., I JI I J FI': to historian and can often arrive ;111'''l1t tho prcme coun wears a par- Cathartic. t'::n: !,uaraneell< Genuine TIME TABLE.

: 1 5, ''I h' '. 't : .t I I .'II I I by fie intuition of genius, at truths i jwhii ticaarl: !} Iriliwtolitairl: diamond{ i tablets stamped, C. C. C. Never

I f ::4i s.\\ :j-n.-I I h the most laborious researchfiuld i rill::, vUth the stone turned in toward i sold in bulk. Drti ,.:uts, IDC.: LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROADIX

t' ? IU I t n never ret ests and on the whole:' the palm of his hai.d. He was asked 1| KH-h'T I'Kt'KMIJr.K ,. 11Ito 1

L lie would add I l, "historical fiction Is i if he vvt.ru his ring this way for fear ., NE11'HF.Ettbecaptslnoauer'

f at much route trustworthy and incomparably it would I b I 7', : L4 i 101 cunslinee. o? tbe lr New
1 1 11 <> stolen Orleans anI Dlolile.Nn'i. .
11 I'l; i "r i J -l3 \crn\ont will be re-
more respectable than fictitious !
i. !; u. : "No he said, scornin? the idea. "The i I "pnniIle> debit contracted :
Littury. -London News. l>y the crew of slild1',1 % N0.a I I
4...;: : 'f o 8. Nn I No.5
thief
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....: what is wideawake
---.t:. ...."'.. "'.-.a. .-=""-"" enough tc \\'. OsBQBKE i 15"-1\-12:1':11 tlC. p Lesve. P"nul'o)" .......Arrl"t". ". P i'M) p '0
rob) uncle he tint < W, Hsuerman A Co.. ":501( 7 1..1\ ..... !
-- : your been born ye t. Captain a \ : p 1: r2 a t'm"toD 1.\1' \ ;::; a .e' p 7. II
'j: : ; I'Snutaurels 11")' ill 4 : tta Lrav. ... .
= No li>-s 7 w'army .. T:81 a l... hrt.anX '
-p _. _.. I"r Lave I e.p a
t : : : I have sold 1 CliambfiLiiu'Colic.: diamond so.Vhen some fellow -

:; AN U.TH-11I.! 'Cholera and I)uirh: .- 1 Kemtdy games to touch nw, I hold op my bands North

s r'I' \\0inan omtrvd with U-arins year*, and would rather be out of so (with the back toward him and
tapestry j ja Again No. t No. .
cosecs and mar than it. I "ulilfive'bottles t. I o.I Nn
y broad ;:re'a ,,11'1 1pe[ ou a d< ep CIIIIIMII j jgrouiitl. of \' say Tra broke my friend: and he ltp m I .:: pm LsavP I'.n.a ol"rrl"" 1:.., r m .", 110"
e .
: it yp-terdiy to tlff.H"! .
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Xlia .
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Arr :
m v. I.av.
pm .Io..tgnnl.rv 11.1' '
don't ill'
E see diamond, and Ill nit t 1'
Then she furliiNliul the euuct my puts EX1/O!
I |that could iro no farther, and they filii mmadde, the mold J1- N 1II s:'''' 1'11I :Arr.\ lies mhlg ilio .. irate -.x; lim 4
with two lar:... "-ii ire riisli'ons i cover are: at work again this mornin?.': away. I:Jut when I want to do business I1ecia1 I Award to f pIn .:1 ''a 11& Arriv' t,".l-i.-: I...,,,. P"i.1
with a manvho has I 2..i I a D\ 'I:1 t a W \rf\' LOUI "II1.. Ir'ave e:1', p 11& 4 110"i '
', jt I'd in the su IIUO' style and tilled willl H. It. I'HKI.PS." l'h'n1"uth.Okho- money turn my :." ill m 1I:5"II : .\rnt'tn'IIIII.tI Leave II ." m i'
p 1. thick prei'ii ccrd U-tween which re 'ma.'i will be -f-eii by tie abovetim hands so (with the palms out) and say I.W.HARPER i'1\1II l.a ''p In Arrl" "t Lee::' 1.1\\'' tI"PIn: P I I"

t ,' ;it< !sed an oblong pillow ot (resi) bro thresl'pr* were able to keep ou 'What can I do for you, my friend -
I 1 lie ctIet1 with a full frill of 6".fl with their work without lin; a awl he MVS the bin diamond and thick KENTUCKY PENt ACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.

> .'t'll silk. The result was a rich ar single, dav' time. You -houlil keep I'm: a ;KIUM! man to deal with."-New No. 1-"I1I! 10. 8-Ia.ly :N05Ip x1rN! tlmt' lull 69u0.'n0.. -II"tly Nn f
!' ;bottl' of tin rrltlPd'inr'xlrhoul P. WHISKEYf --- -- '
: Ijstic{ York Times.TRAVELING. -- -- -
ItHiking epee ol furniture.
,,1' For tale by all dru;;. i-t- ;stud tried -' 1-: p m 7h a.m iL.'I Prniaeoa ..Arrive! H':"' p,01 '
1:5: night 7 Iii Lub.nna. .. 1.st '
ti } cine dealer: *. IS-DANGEROUS. Ocld JlIe4aJa lc:'I"! j 11\ ... i l.le.tra .. ln:54 "
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f PlnnC I.r. -- I =t evaMcda l:':!-1 7 1- a ..... IscamDta ..... .. leen ..
c : 3 AH the windows tit'a hv! Constant inotiou jars the kidneys : I )I., 1.i II .. :... t utat ... .. 1,11: .
.,
utilized for plant growing; provided weur 1.hln..1 HU Mennlnic:, which are kept in place in the body 12, .rJ"... .. i :1 s N.. .. Harp ... ..... )ot"
ld t careful in our M-U-t-uon and aJll'tthe In a case vt assault and battery l"e- by delicate attachments. This i is I ;( ., j 'IS 'at t'Ity----._. 18:15"I
: rs' : tl" I : 7.v .... ... >lltln .... 111:111 II f
+ plants to the window it is ti! growIn. fore Jud,e I*, in the quarter se"siull'| :> r-a-oil tint travelers trainman, i by Doll eisscr Bros. ls::I) s m .. .". ... Good !{sage ..... .. e .
aII.II knovin street car men, tl'am..ternud :all' IS.;; N.15 ... ... lIolt ..... 111' .
court du.t'r"hr. .. .. t
x If I asked to list ofplants was awiul''i .. I ., ..
were cue n who drive much s-ulfer from :t. ) ..' ......... '.1.IJ.iCa.. .. .... 1i 1 .
adipteil: 1-1 the M-MT.H; exposures : said lu- hat treated the prosee : kidney di-ease very 2.iI": ,, ':{>j" ........ ( CCIPF ....... N :1" .
1 in dome form. F I II>', 9 M ... "
beer Land .......
the list would IK.- so'iiethiu, li rotor for a Mack 1:')e.'hlt : :a '.
4 r : i ley'- Kidney Cure strengthen* oLODGE 3t'I.: :IO" II }!o"v heal .. .: I"
( .i this: IVr ('nsl rn windows fuchsias, \\ do joti mean by a 1-lack kidneys and cure all form of DIHECTOHYi 4 tt" 1I:1Cj I. .". "Uennlat:. t+prlnli. 10:11" .'
i eye?"' asked the for the d. and ':1'1" :U" Argue ... II fa '.
1""';nias. callus t.'lmieso primroses.cl attorney :- her bladder diseasp. Gpn.kid-I "
t 4.4.) i:6: I ... Ponce de Leon... rl 1. .
I umla obconica. azaleas 1'.l1Ihl'I.'' ..'- fense. Hall-an, io on1Qtlveengili"ere i fit, .
t via, lobelias. and all kinds of ImlbotH "1 mean," !said the doctor "that thf I 0., write. -Constant: vibration of j KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS ti:1II 11..1'1 I." to li "' .. ."l"H""I ... .. 7If 4.
b'.YI '
Corday:
;i plants; for southern will.l.wOl gerauiuuis I prosecutor had! reeeived! a severe c"n, rile engine cau-ed me a ;.rr.>at dot IVrihacola Ix>ile, No. 3, K of P., 11.1 I 110:1. ".. h. 111j1I"v 4 11.11': ':" .
'. ro.-.t'>l. thrysantheintun-s, carnations ,. fusion over the lower iHtruon of tl'.t1 of trouble with my Kidney, and I I! 4x51 I I. I 11"1 h ,'uttonl- 11,1- r.
irot relief until I tied I mretleeery Monditj i.ol" 11.!) h h ita., .
"., no Folev' ? even .. .. 1a.na I 4
lantanas oxalia; oleaiulors. aim. frontal bone, producing extensive cc- rag ftts "> at Castle HallIn .:.w I 11:4: I vlt'... "f "' ,
Kidney Core. \". A. D'Aleiuber'te. I ,. .. a R
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, chymosis around the the YinantNatso 1. I" 11.: era', : H t_" '
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tilona. hilii-ou-i. luarguerites and uio-t eye. together with 1'alafos .
; 1.1 S. .
street.Krlirvr V Kuildiog. third fioor.Visiting : :1" I: i noon r: ..t. ;
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1 of the plants having richly colored l f'j. considerable{ inliltration of the sub ja- - a brvtbr aorditil, ; H'li" Ie .. I Irrl". Y.IV.-lq"," n"" I .a\ 3p
M 1rI'; for western win,hiws bright; cent areolur tissue." )',' ,. II.Nm IlllIt Air ay welcomed,

i 1 lemd plants and a few of the more "berves you right; said the jwke<< ; to aid m..kll: S I 5C: !ylud cUcx;Ju aud ails; r H. HOP.=LER.M 1. CAMPBELL.C.;,1


t, ".ii'i-oiniiKHlatii'c", pr-Aided!. the plants effect like of tOol the strong jierainni'i )| delpuia the knows prosecuting what Times.a attorney.buck eye ''Everylwdy is."-I'hila- sfHOOIi__;-1TMINAt I I Ie R. 4 ts. TRY p ? TBt N \VV' \ ANT OLWMN !

+ ;n! 1.4iIi.' i j.; nunlitied souiewhat: for C. \. lIlolllpMHl'M Nil. 11 Solllh I
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t I 1'1111'1' \\ii..lo\\s ferns nruearias. $2.00WILL
I 1'alntox. I I
1i: :':: .L I h' '-. piiniaspidistra, fi 5e-tde* the standard line of
statioutry : i
i ". .J I ,. I:. d,11.1" Itiniian ."'. A. A. Herren, Finch. Ark., write ,. we have, in tints, with et I I'AV ton THE -'Atf':-- I \\.I a'ILY MCIIIJOL }.
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II .1 and (Mi'iieprim: "Knley'Hoi'py and Tar i* thebft5s velope\ match :
.. MIM 'li.toin i well in shalt: KOBblEAM: CJVI-I'IN!
I' I : ltPparatiO\Il cur (' ujhcold* and Royal Crvt.U JJond. Jacksonville
I I.,, ,, ,tJ! riowi nhl'! II urd', Holland I
.I r-< lung ti.> I ka 'w tint it I',,- : Bond I'L.\91.01..1KLF.CTll: ( 11-:1"SI'

cnred con-uii.ptiuti: in thl'r I; .t Ladies' Art Stationery. HICK'SOysters IUJVY7r CO
I This Will Interest Kan.i -ta'es." W. A. D'Altli1h,.rt- I I.: F"l'eimfail.; Etc. H':10
I :>. P; lj|.>Xtrnt.i AnltMaterial.. OU.I.-P SnpMmioriinaum Daily Metropolis >k u* I UHVH ...-5'a A.4: .
ti .. i ; i. !; lI.trn.11lt. I 11 It. B.I -- -- ; ; .' -. : Ko ik-. Ktc.Al tIi: > 1. !i' 1:ayo>I. Wan ..s :' '.a J
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u t; 't! irate) t!! 1..11I".i /:i- lUUiin and a..11 :.rl iii.rrc i> attD.arrlv..t
fiomThrtortArtutinnd'w :" w bright. '
il I 'iiiv.. int.ii \ .- :.. I FROM : o\\ .,
v'v .t', il. .- ..t.. riu-g-j; II a. her; l..t- A .
\ 1\ : 5, 111. :il""'ilu''jly! \ I r I i -, a m. arrive at Fort } a'. n
'iTiiii-Jil- -. I'::.: s ;. I'' :Uedlcal Society, Attfnrton. i I UNTIL DECEMBER I. 1902. I ;. m. arrl".. at Kort KKi. :

. ; !i.;. 15 1 It. ij-i.. k'v' '" 'V T:: err wail! be a regular ncetiaf !*i Rotauraritin 't'i).. P p. m.in.array-air'Vf.: >tn'op -,': ';. ,, ..
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>'Li i r/cn: I m at rlvnatFo-t 1.-
' 1 ,1 1 I. "tlll.rI'' 'JlWJr. : I'--'icol.i:: : Medical Society' ati! Covering the entire err ;t"e.- ; t.. T....:1s! :ecru Fort Par i. r..

.. .... h.liI. .' i K ',lrJ of Health or! l .j 11' I .I !:. ; ,!L:! : :I.. 1 .
;. \-1\'r ,.rul" : .,' rl i tck put Tuesday, M.I: v 1 and :'7. '" 7..5" m. arrlvt ">, -s ,
1 ,....'. V's'ttng! p'--icu.ig: : are cordjA.iy' : : I "p ra. krrlrtiM P UH" k
: rj"11'1! : j > i 1.1. i-s- p. in. ..rrlv* at Ffi.-
. i '.' ,1 in -k III '., i.. Mi-: *'". ,' T l SiNi' .o'l: :r hSod \ : v :, j toatttnd. I I all styles p ni srr vf at l', :,--t >,

'.. H I K. i 1> be ,-. \1 I ', .' v ,i l'.i t,' j; ,, DR. E. F. Run E, ;; CARTER & RUSSELL 7Ij'pmarrt.: .1 P"I.i a:''
Pr-Idut. 'S:46! m. arrl'l'.t }'lJr..Cl \
r + I i 1 isiiplt1 r.t'i, ,.1111, :.u.in G': ;"--- ; t.. "i ,i"t tic )t.nd ['t-o: W. C. DEWHEKY.i'.i.'ittf I PUBLISHING CO., Short orders promptly .pH turd j. only

I i :.-. r-,, :c !r.1.:: .. i iI ': :St-cr-t'irj. 'i I J ,U i-\ "'" \' I I.J.t:. FlESTABLISHED ,.\. PARL fOR WE!r.r r.P"nae"IA .
)1111'It t.t: } filled! to Kort Narrar.. k. .
1 : .j. ,..' i,' : ,' I Pflnacoa Navy \ lord ....
-; I I :at: 'l-i ,!, :aK't i-i.,i : I renuco1& to Palmetto 11-110 ai 1 ..
I : .l- : ;1t. 1- ,.. 'f ..T-i i..- "r -'vice-1 ,. It : 1562. Best the market 'larDAY ICEFLrsV ,
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,. '' -i .-.. >' h. : :I !::.d .,'. ;; .n- t Xl'" Cf:. McKENZIE affords! h COI\Ct.,.

I U '\ : ., ,. i I";...to : i ; :i.'i I ..1't.. IH'f M, rfMefrou., OBETING & CO. L P ni'ooU, LT J-o" i a '
i \ \I; i -.it',.: '!: 't.ttt { N'I Private k a. m. a
( i 'i 'i: !ii --'i.t ;i : yu is city. a parlor for
--- LllALIKS lln.m. .
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' ., i I'- ., !'lie : -ll'i.' ,, ,. : IKi. M- GinnENS' 0 Ip.m. ':
." < i \ > i\! Ci. 1 Ii.! 't It.t'! ]Jltt 114 South DeViiiitr-::?: dinner parties. 9p.m K; .-i

I ,,1;..... H. H. H .;'ivi.u, Ship Chandlery and General hardware Ip.m P n4 -

1 'II vigor aini: tr. v e hi. 1.|i. TbMiH"t *- .NOIICU 5p.m p. m, i P p i n.:.
1It *U.'.''i! [ -1'1,1. 1 II! ..timeHiioj 803 AMI 605 s. PAL.\K STI'.KET. I p. m. T ( crPAEK
1? nin ;. I K; 14 4iveiifrtlthy I Lave been aut! 'Tized t.) take fog .t* oat
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ii V !I. i ... > ; -.kll.wdI'utlrt' j ihcn-tion; fi-ThP JflJllfI'Bryall' :- A.GENOY --- t'eclaao.ato: JiarrallC.1 I iv,
{ pal'(r. C"mtr.uiier. REVERE COPPER COMPANY. JOHN A. ROEBLINO'3 t lord and rblarn. ... '
fl P.t !K)> K CO/k -
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i The price t- Jl.(.i per year m ad- GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUrJciEL & !r-ON'3 PCMPS. TVse tiny C up : :", ire super ort I'eucola. (o Palmetto MP OD ml
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i ""uc Tho! *e deiiriu the paper tJ I B-iIsaai: i of *t',pilui:!; .
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I CA.eTOTl.T-A. Cum Jcrdiji slats Oils liaiicil Stl f lgbt rcel''cl( ftffl:18B. m
.. aa hare it sent to them by 5et-diug lojlroniaU, Chrts, hckirs Skill) Cb! 1 wail'Inj 'ctiotti @I -
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Mrt tb hit:1i51f: Bit) fl.'XIto' tl.e: uuder.si.rued. ------- -
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COMPASSES. LOGS ETC. nre 48 hours the I

S #-/I .i.-. ":: Care H.M.Daily R.HHE.X ews. ci C tllIn.McKenzie Oertin? Collecting Agent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent Asso flame ,L"," j withaat any ic n-p Rubber hose, all sie, a'

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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 14, 1902. .

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Empty bag will not stand I! SEVERE FIGHTING IN ;

up .J CANCEROUS ULCERS 'nt. ,

Can't fill 3 pints with half cup. I PORTAUPRINCE.HAITI t


Science affirms these truths anew, I t.I
Entire Population Said to Be .\ ,'

So con-densed victuals Under Arms I develop sometimes from very trifling causes, and when and where 3011vould least expect j 9

them. A boil, or abscess, burn, blister, wart, tumor, mole, or the simplest little pimple ': : I ; r

willnot SITUATION EXTREMELY CRITICAL may be the beginning point of a malignant, frightful looking Cancerous Ulcer. i 1 _'. '

Apparently there is no difference between a Cancerous and Common Ulcer when '

notdo.. Some cf the Leaders of the Revolution they first make their appearance, and for this reason every ulcer, no matter how insignificant I J rr: I I I

Have Retired to United States Legation or harmless it may seem, and all slow healing sores should excite suspicion and cause :

-People Insist Upon Departure alarm, particularly if any of your ancestors ever had Cancer; or you have good reason to i ; '
tare CCSCtttrated drinking': foods of which are warned to eat (
ta''te you" think blood i* impure for the sore after all is only the outgrowth the external i i J t tl
-r "e (..n't have concentrated only so much. Scotch Oats never cf President Sam from Country. I your ; !

aa; \.9. Until the human race has leaves an empty feeling; -always gives l evidence of polluted blood, and nothing can check its progress until the cancer tainted, I";
t. t.' to lean And its Tort au Prince, Haiti. 13.-Fur. :
something on. May
c ,,, :.'r.te'ShmaChSDoCOncentrat-nutritive'! you bulk is spread far enougb ther CpUing occurred in the streets | vitiated blood has been purified. All efforts to heal the ulcer by means of salves or other G 1"1!
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t, )' ,; ,v :,:11 sustain. The stomach apart for the digestion to take hold of j I external remedies will result in failure, for such treatment can have no possible effect upon :; J
here
,.. demand bulk. Con- it The human I before :fwd after midnight. Some
:L:!......jrc--tKn:'1 foul leaves an empty feelnot\ easily.get as much real nutriment digestion from can. I Ir ot the leaders of the revolution have the deadly germs and morbid matter that form in the blood and are carried through the 4'1 : i q

,. 'a'. i_,_'_cs_not sustain. beware of any other food as from Scotch Oats. I I retired to the United States legation.The circulation to the sore I ti} ,,


Reproduced at the suggestion of Scotch Oats. I whole situation population is is very armed serious.and insists The MOTHERTWO AUNTS CKLY'A: SMALL SORE CAME ON THE'WOULD' SCAB OVER, BUT NOT 'f I I :

SISTER DIED OF CANCER .t
-- -- on th immediate! departure for the I INSiDE! OF HIS: LIP. HEAL. I '

country of former President Sam. : OF THE BREAST. t "II
THE HORSES. NOTES OF NOTABLES. I I About the fir>t of Ft'',ruJry, ISgq, I fir.Jno.MassieOaensbornBywrites i ; I {
Clashes
between the partisans of had a Cancer on nv left breast, whichcaused in .de: of j "About three blister on I '
I noticed\ iisjll hitrp (In the my : jears ago a came i
S :,; the numerous presidential candidates l me greet pain for three. CT' to-,r It anr.t\\'t'.lme cons-ileral! \ I the right side of I !1
M training; again this :M.i.Mir: Junes 'lolcil.i may quit polit. vearst times the lower hii : my I ..
I :.,S I.- .'au..." uf Lad hi-.tltU. (coiitiirit" yesterday aftr Inoun. The ,-;f :)j, rains re deep! and the t lords cuterirrd it and m a few d.n 1 nose. It grew steadiIvinfpiteofailerlorts- 'rte- I I I. I i ;

foa"\, rs of General Saint! Feix Colin 11 t. The lt ('.ro1'ru'1; ; ll l In S'II! :Ii\." after another I \ I I "
ulcer
7'i.; !as !been bred to IailbaasadurVttite: : iuts In.enletwl + s 00 ;: to hl'allt the painwas t'.t't I I;, '
1 ,1! an hi.norar uieiubcr ut the nt.tlllanha.I.'lll.l. attached the adherents of General De- ,*-.WS'V ''i:. dta liarjjed yellow and onrie. .i'id \'n4e Into an open! sore, and in not up ery; seere i.,," \1 $', ,I I "\
Fly the military coniuiandtr here. The ... rather offensive matter spite of. the 1.lrve numlx.r (>f remedies I '\; :.
1 J : i society.Mmin' at fir .t, but ml.'rease' I
':it 1.000 entries fur the I had i\en tried it would not heal. I then went to t
: '. g up ,- i
firing: '. I'
was H-\He for about! an hour yy \\hen the sore began ,
i :y. Patti niched a pound cf candy Y. all! hope, as thedot.tor$1! : | another. : ::.1 i.e tr.i\e ue.s'':'.ethinjj to I Y
:,ii informers Lave fur sln ia t in her tirst conc.rt.uw lit so far as known very few were : .'.S gave me tlO relief. rut on the I >.on', saving ti! It till I nllt ( nee I I to inflame
.i .> I'.ird. I i I she gels ? J.;M. e\ery time nhe sinps.J. i I kilM woundid.. General IVFly : '-S. Y II.en'fit 3'1": '" .> 1f) mother, two. I he w'lil nt the w.re \It 1 lase.: hi, 1 I cloves ttmestheplaeewouid I 1I1ot I ttrr. 't .t- 1.a--....... '" I
1 ,1. was compelled' to evacuate the Hotel j If.oZ'r. r::Zj' s-A aunt. "".Im NIl\! ss- !:1I".u;, Let reCl.\.I "..I"'Il.f.t T ..Ie'I. : J 2I ,
_' I Hov.'ell.s a Lrotber William !I I O\'f'r acid I
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<' _, has paced 172I : .". ;l' aprdarto t j I ,
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I ; ., tiled of Cancer of 111.1 wings 1 net..rd!. I
I t.i'ie.T : I ean lO\\ f'ls.! Mill ,-dits! the pap r. the :I: de la I'lace and retreated to the palI .', .- .. .: I -ter a LI"lr'IIT1l1er way I 1. Mlln aril' I .
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I I J the breast, and I am I and irgantotake: S. S S The'errw''s the' r., I ,
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Aslii.tliiila Sentinel upon Which the I!I I ace where he barricaded! himself and / i but sra1) lollSAtiShrd f
., i-uw the property .jfLI/-: : / ll3at I, loin. gr' wtt'g: r1i 1.111'' Alit "mep''t1anla '
:" :Nework, will be I novelist Work.tl when a I>OT. ',:, las f'lhlwers!! having previously' secured I -.' wouldhave been gone I crawling. cnepin'' feeling. At tint S. S. rOIl! 0 ff. le,lying a.. s 1: .

'l'011. I'oTrmT (:vi'iiwir\ rnvter M. Vo( rhw a j<;uol:1 supply of ammunition. IJltfnr S S S. Ifdt some ht'tteraft<'rtheIS. Kernel to make the sore wor'e, bi.t r"1'anK.rr1lo10V"K. I I -' 1It
of New Jersey and his brother 1all.1I Some time before midnight there iV-tlK.Uif.andafteri'sit1K'oiiysot.nl: Jt-tlrs| soon' changed, and after 1 !Llli t.\hen i! u'rer lvi.' a'1"O:> des p31rtll of ever I t

> <- now working ILe | VoDrhei--. hate jointly added $':HMMI( to ,, Uf'", wa c'iie.1.! Thiwas et'r.lTar.-, '('ten bottles the pl.u-e h'...itl cnt-ely ; I J"HK the l.mf when my attention r t
i .;IHT. 2:(*. which has |, I was another outbreak of firing and ago but h,n a seen no signof the Cancer i, my general health hnprcmd and I ail as 1 w a:. t.i'.lid to S S P and after taking a i I }i
:." turf for almost two thet uiti.il fnii'l of luti.rs!: colej.'e.Jud this time the casualties: were some : since. I w.ml.ll.r.l1; w ho are suiTtrin}; j well now as ever and no sim.s of the Uii- few lir.tti! -, the Cancer Ll'gm to gradually I i i

.'111 ",':;!!. :::o Andrew AVjIn of WashJiiirton: ; I what t.'vere. i from thUcltou ., diese! to !give S. S S a trial. ease hate born seen sucellKS t I' prow !;smaller the I disih.ir: stopped, and ; I' !
\ 'At'-", winner of the N the ol ie''t liviiiq;; graduate of the Indiana In the imanwhile firing occurred in :, Mo. JAMES, CASSELL: Hollands! S C. \\'. I' KROWV. 1 was rvbevrd of the terrible! uiscase.." I !

t I'rovitlence last .\u' : iitiivdxii.v and proluiM.v the oM- other parts of the ', :! mJ ishs! 1.fuJj est graduate:: of any institution in the j ) alter midnight when the situation; Cancerous Ulcers can he reached:: only by a reineJy that acts upon and through the ; r 'r 1

campaigned this Iluosiir State.e I became, calmer. Word pvstcm, and this is just what S. S. S. dues. It ge.s to the fountain head of the disease, ; I : ?
< ; T. Swank, the ihnstown I
.r < nd drives out the which ; the ulcer and purifies and builds I ?
(1':1.t.Htor, has! sold his imiK-r, Tin- 1 : germ producing poisons cause: tip
I: ."'7.060 preen; pacer, H Ir.liuiMwhich: lie has conducted frime1SK Alarm Felt for Crops. again} the deteriorated blood.. This is the only true and ; "
t bopphs afain.; HeJ Montgomery, Ala.. '12 The
!. of _..,j3. as a threeI ;, : lie; was. an intimate fnend of I weather situation immediately May! : around- logical treatment for sores of this character. I I ,;

I sud; to loi one u f the llnnut' Croelcy.Su I I Montgomery[ is getting! rather serious. By the use of S. S. S. the ulcer is supplied with i !Ii;
{ Willla-a; Drinkwatcr. the oldestliving
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: ,r is in .Dlerica.I jud;,' in the I'niud Kingdom. | While rains hate fallen! to the south pure, strong blood, which quickly allays the inflammation I I I.I 11; {!

has just celclirated' his ninetieth birthday i|, and north of here there Is a belt In and forces out all the irritating poisons, and allows the I i i 'j L

r'ulT AND FLOWERS lie was furtmrly first difiustcr this Vtuntty that is suffering. Cornis
I sore to heal naturally aud permanently. S. S. S. acts I I' I ;i
< f the Isle of :Man. Joins well but much of the cotton
'I, .1 ''t-..h! is cut from a tree it also as a tonic and where the constitution has become f
Lord I Kelvin! the luish! !scientist is not up let and the ground Is per ,
1 .'- lube to the !body IS potsi
'. : the, cut a smooth! oue. has! In-1!! dcAiratetl by nearly all ?ovennnciits. fertly! dry for 2 or 3 inches below\ the debilitated and weakened, it restores vitality and strengthens the nervous system, and helps t 1

""iH: tries select those thai I lie( is tntiUeil! to n-'e the 'i' surface. The weather bureau promises the appetite and digestion. S. S. S. contains no Mercury, Potash or other minerals, but is : \ '

,..!. !Ittallby! roots and plenty vii .1i tollonin: imrtrulous strins i>f initiahafter I| dry weather for several days guaranteed purely vegetable. t '
his 1It0l1n.: !. C. V. ( I. I>. C. L.. i longer.
,. i I.,! i"otb are the life (:f tit L.I. P.l.. H., It. :: c". !'n. L ., M..1,1'. I I Those having a chronic ulcer or sore of :any kind that is slow in healing, whether I i

i:. :s.. I'.1 I K. S.1:. II Big Deal Coal I located upon the body or internally, will receive medical advice and such special information i; '
.I i l fruit: culture will always I* I
Mn-i.es,.fui mi the iutfuxixe! plant -lolni J. Anderson of Hrooklyn au I, Birmingham, Ala., May 12.-MessrsJ as they desire free of cost. Book on Cancer and Other Diseases of the Blood sent free. ; t l
tiniul! [ M-btMil) histories and much trav .
1 > .\ swab area at a time auo J Ferdinand and Emil Loch, of New THE SWIFT SPECIFIC OOMPANY. ATLANTA, OA. \
t :leil. i.s waring niiu'ty. The other dal'he
,lies* culture.! etitcrtaimd' sums uliool children !i York are here consummating a deal I t tI ti

,!--n should not only supply! with .stories of iteopliof! old; time andof i I for the purchase of 1"0UOO acres of I

'I.'' s, but what Is IH't'tlt'\lUIJ his own memory of I 'Ifa'f'lIt'arull i coal lands in Walker county J}. M. i WHAT IS FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE? I THE GARDEN SECTIONP'ensacola :'

-i. :uxnL i with a surplus! t, Hurl'1It1 John l,'uiIlCdam". I! and T. L. Long and J. H. Bankhead I Answer: It is made from a prescription : i r'

\Miitcr. Mrs. Helm :JI. Koekwell, who Las Jr., are interested in the lands andarf' of a leidius Chicago phy- a-OF-o

for Louie nap set ou just ccliVratcd:' : her mm'ty-ninth lJrtllIhy making the tale. It is understoodthat I: ici.u, and one of the mint eminent
to keep up :i constant in the country. The ingredient- ;
in t'hi<-:'L'o.: has seen every jirc!>'itillit the Misrs[ Long propose the or- Florida ,
the that can buy, i (
midsummer throngs! : are purest money !, "
of the I'mied Slatis exceptash of
pani/ation an immense Company to and are scientifically combined to
and of -
i r lonjrkeepen iimton and had the distinction of !fleetin vtlue.V. j
denloll the lands purchased. set their utmost : A.
L fruits come in.il Near East Hill Electric
Terminus
l.at"aF.t1'11'011 Ins return to t1.! D'Alemberte, 1:11 :S. Palafox street. Railway

United States. _. -- --- !
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Mioro." said a citizen Senator Hoar bilon;?C to a clt!. of literary Nasal The fiuet line of umbrella in the Beautiful Lots for Sale. .1

+ luiuiia: : town "I knew men which iuets up in Ute Adinmilniko. fAM AlM city i i.. at J. I. :.Stephento look

i -. 'They Seemed to bes lie says that Iu h\' IJlle da\N. CATARRH at them.
.JfyfcSM 40x137% feet at from $76 to $200 each accord-
The brat one tra when Lonutellow! aud Knurs-on werealive I ,
In all: i in stases there / 'on hG!!
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and members of the organization.an ing to location and surroundings.
wins in HI'I i i
< ; company paould: be ckaiiUbo-9! !. *ticif yr Paints oils glass andbuilders' i
if
"1 -l'e'@Id repr! .'. outifj at the rcudezvoiis.i& pro Klj's Cream Ualni + f

I.I.OUM In theiest.. l>ii"('d. hut l.o'utellow: l'dlUt'\llot'CaIl'ftJ r"-110-<*,."ntiirndl' ils CIS 2 hardware at the Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View, 1 .

'n. while goin:; through ll11t'rstJlJ \\:ito cairtin.- "'..- d,1, I 01'1/ ", ,' P r High Fertile Lands. !: J
': ::i w.th a man who! was, : Itr'.n.uttrrhni'd' : x'(64/ Willis Hardware Co.'s. ,, Dry
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t<> undertakers in tin- 11 .y "C..I .1. !..- in ..Jn.oii : 1, '\
.\ n"rlil1'ru ;<-cly. The for
grandest investment
When the trio reached opportunity ever I I
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Frederick 1 I. of Prussia killed .. .
was by
< Iilni ; ad Ind lhi-ro-.tr ?9irf'
t. spend Sunday-youdrummers' I fear. Ills wife was insane, and one flyer tie; tn.u jrn-u ni I die' Ii' -. rl! !. It.fd: KIDNEY DISEASES cffered in Pensacola. : : i

I : come into day she CM-aiK-d from her !ketpers and I'ifil Tiiai,,,1.1' "'I'fu.im-. i I' i IP L I ..-. I 1 :

',' -I l I" iid Sunday-they hud dahbtirt! ;;; her clothes In blood, rushed I.t ir"/Jl'l"' / frlt..:. ,1::. Li'gr-i" "IHit a: Ir "- Home Seekers Should See These Lots, i : \ !
: .l the three lJ'N- Tr.al 'I '
teur 1m'j SII"
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': _s and lIl'utb.eYork upon her husband while he was dtidnto ,: LLB Uliu 1U EU>,56 \\ jrri'K Mr t't. Ni w Inri. tra thd meet fatal! of all dis! I !
his chair Km;; i'rederiek imau'inedh :; A. "V. cruioTosCorner '

to be the white lady whose sh"s>t eases. 1:1-: :

:-iiinn. c it.irrh in tlii-< ",. .- I death was U'iie\ed of a member to app of;the r whenever royal family the ml 'Q KIDNEY DIE II l Garden and Alcaniz Streets. I! I "
.11I..tlll.r
: 'iiintiy than E _
lit t.._..iln:r. .mil until! the! was to occur atnl he teas thrown ii.to a WING HOP i & 60.ij. IL I 1 lurutiM ItIIIJ I .

,,,1 .> .1 1- \\.t- -ui'jxiM'tl tll l lip in- feur nail died! in six: weeks. I 4 I'

I"i :i great many: yir refunded. Contain K C. HKENT, WM.H KNUWLhS" ; W. K. M' KU: JR.. J. H, KEKHK.r.enUlrnt. : : i
;ova 1,1/11,1, it a local iliI *- The .lltrnrllon.Gladslune or monif Uce-rrt-ndent. l'l isir.. A.s't Cutler \\i
,I ]1'1"-riil>eil \local n-iimlii'S! told Lord Ronald Cower -j mporttrF and lit-aler in- remedlei recognized by eminent I 1 \i.

'u-intly f.iiliu<; to ewes h\l uhen he uslied Home he I ia
that once ac- Chinese and Japanese the bat lot I
physicians u e
it inn ,
1'ni': I1t iironoiiiK-ed
cidentall\ met Macaulay.lw iiitrodiuid First National i'l
Bank
:" 'ur,. ha; |proven .1 1.u-tituti"I1:11: di-I'a," himself: to the Ptatesnian. On Fancy Goods, j jI.
r"llIin..cuu..luti"lIal M.icaulay telling; him that he took a PJUCI' Nap a4 It,"

oj"i II.&U'\ Catarrh fare, daily walk! in St. IVter's. llladstontrsked : FINE CHINA TEAS, W. A. D'ALKMBKHTE.REMOVAL I I. ;

it! Ity K.J.C'ln.lu-y ,\:1..>., him a hat most attracted h'm'! ID 31 South Palafox St. OF PENSACOLAt FLA. tlM ,
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.. the titn- that "Thttimpirature," wa :
i- only c41u- place Laundry Office.} I'ensacola;; Fla.
i.ii the maiket. It H.illy the ans>\\ir. NOTICE.Dr. DI: : HOTOn.Dt: : 1 If.WM

',. ill dose from ini H. KNOWLEB, W. A. BLOUNT, F, C. UHEM N. K HYER, Jh j iii ti

-;+: nfiil. It actili- lrr) I lUrlf.Sister ;-S HAIR PARKER'S BALSAM D. (i. BRENT, I I II !
!ii''oil and muoou- "ar- ue-In ruy new p::ay Mr. I aniels. .. drum i and. \In,: tin tb. luir.Never (i. It Tuttle, f '
-\ -t"I.: They tilG-r one r' "r.ua uwa hut arl ,....-t .. t I t" !!

,i'-i ,I -'I'lotmy,i..nciilaiand: t:a-i: it flit i<--- ti:.:l lit. a the tlU1.Plwil'lsnJ hero. and who tl"v.1: "pt:, .an tl.e! are worst tc HaIr* >'.to Faire.p".111".0 lit.!: ..'Ira to Youthful:Hcstor IIn''Ir," "Coior.Ciuv 1o.oLl.ii' "Orlyi .. DENTISTS.Dr. .l. (i. Heard rm! n mnti X A n A a d ZL! i i ::1 I _Lo


I I lit \K\ & C'- of If I
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I 1'.01.! ti"! On; ,. brother Tom -1ic ami"'ence.-New Every Woman KOIIIIIM T and '>. Mii-onic Temple.All I'

..'r.F' York Tin.cs .# hrani'lif <>-urcn-sl.; uprntive and crWe draw our own Bills of Exchange on treat Britain, Ireland I !
Is t'I.r'fl.I! 'I M l ou V 'wal.atllir I Germany, France, Austria, Holland i
Italy Hpain, Belgium RnBaJa
-- +' ,V .1. rfalMMWLWhirlingbpray: M biinu-al Kfiitiatry I.rlnrm. d with tt-c'i- Kci i. !. '
> -7 t.ianey Cure If a man asks\ you a question! you ..'fr'1\ Itii ill -kill way, Bweden, Denmark and other European_countries a
t tI
can't niiswtr. wake your answer so .: 'I11 'If" \1'1rUo.. .. : S|>t>v.'lftl nttcniion KH. a to blldrcn'-
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!, ',:_ :rd H.\d 'r right.! I Innud shadowy that he will be glad ,\ ._' 11l.lraleAmrl i Pt'. YrC" r. _th.nld ""' r.rLlaii 1- .1 1 lII..:., Crow I lrVeae13 Disbursed upon tb" Most! Fat orabe Terns, and theli! I I I
.J ...Klu.I ml!: Rod KrulK1W! nrkl I Obligations Taken Destination
I b II turuet his iue tioa.-Atchison Globe. 1'1 ; Payable at Port of Ten or Fifteen Da11 I
'U.II. ', ].. MAtt-rml : i nutp.teulI.pmrntTelephone : after Vessel Arrives there. +I I
AGENTS WANTED./ I I tl tlI
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Like a Urovsn'ng Man. Mill* M. i l
nO.r.l. .. to"'i f 'fit t rSa.fety Deposit Boxer for Rent In Connection t
', I ITT TAL\1AGE:, I'! } '111- t I ,, Kivt. di-ea-e the doc- I ,,'ra..l' ...I I 1\ v w I with which I'
'. yeJrago a full p ri "r.:, I" ..:". u we have a Priva > Dartment for the UP" I
\,11.-\1)1-\,1 I : t." ,. lib;'d tI'\"-rt'\-I:1\ took -ucb !hold} TuuaUctu_ rl.M. lllH. t o., ., of Rentnr '
i-i:in IIral.i. i I ." f!
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1 nldscarcely )
in- that ci Koon: : I'.niiI'EXSACOLA' HldlC.o..w 1'rk TeBer I I
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t i i t.i r.iiin\: .
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I., intil'ilmtfiN/ ; I 1'1"'i 'ifep; -iuttd: other mediCine j
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.... 4th St., Philadel11 I : WE WILL
ti:.t l 'tl _' helped\ 1111':1 FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE !
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r ? "tl'n/ drowning: DII\!' drab- ..t a ?traw I 1 ,

I jTMbhed:! at l Kodol.\ I felt ,:U imMvenient CONSERVATORY[ If f MUSIC I W'Is'ey: =* ,,"rtA I""' /t0r oor ",,'III. I iv
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r. aru I ..mId .
wig '
; < at !once and :after i few .. Y.F.tL) rill.Li: 'Fn5 ,
Jfr+, I t i not w'a'nt' .tl ; 'r aIana.- ."1 ''
I at Paris 'I buttlt the- run only\-ound preparation'ind w. \11.which Ki-Jol eictly \- E. O'L CHAFFERS, Director And tile Host Liqnort I t ::..rc ;.,:: 1;.: ....: ; ', '', ':
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1, rodmirethe uaturil dueI -- of all kind served bj . .. ; ; .Ie.
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I till'I..nly' Polite and Courteom .,. ,., .1I ,
'Uii.l''d coii-HjiiPntly I 1- ",d. '. "
Piano Voice l'ultttr.'i"hn.. Pirn A ttttJatt5.fUll '.1.", ,," '. ,' .... ,. { ( iwi
I one w'!,!icli, diie-t- any good '''' I' \. .i. .01 a1e
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M.indoliniuitir. 1:00' 'J. I' 11"" ( I. -
Cornet, ; .. ._ .. ,. ,
inoii\ nul form of stomachtr.'tjble Or&.ll U. .I".J.< :v.I."f '
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Cello, etc. MEASURE w. ".. '.h.. "'."P' .., I ..
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lrd l\.aII.:, FIHE "I" I.f" '! '_7- t.. .
Mdney Peiisajola Concert DUAlITy.
I : -'n1! Ao! Director t 1m.... IT P.R' \ I .,of. ,l. I: I "
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.Y NE CORDIAL : Toi? cc 5p>T lahJ and Elit: Orchetra.I DANNHEISSER BROSAGr. a N ._, t ub ., ,
1 I' ,l P ewes- DONT I and 3.MOKE F Sle
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( ,, heI I Furnished NTS FOR THE CELEBRATED ; \I I. a .
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r )( 1 v ti lin r* enrei I'r.flY form 111' t>3ci'" user,( I I. fl Harper Ilirttj.M > iaair.. cia 1. .. 1w + ( r "
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: : rI' nrotu tPA ..k'11ft and ijnr, ly ULi'g NO-TO-BAC ain Hone-401 :S. Palafox street. WrCllL'\t o u1 : Ilae t dray. 'j'w; t ( : +

RS{ t' >: miL's leak men firm Over-!: :Margia- .'.. unds in ten Jars
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1 ,. a irtil. AIIdrncE"! !*. Cure guar tudio: Parlor of Fit H.1ptl;; l P. O. Box 2s*1. Pensacola, Fla
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oft VY; < THE DAILY NEWS PENSACOLA, FLORIDA WEDNESDAY, MAY 14 1902


WONT FOLLOW ADVICE AFTER --


CHASED A : Patrons or ATTENTION the City Public Schools I In a recent PAYING article'a FOR IT.prominent I $

1 'ic:, U cIETY EVENTS Within the next few days the physician says, "It is next to impos ': I!3.............-..............E c i

1 y PRISONERYesterday children in the city public schools sible for to the carry physician out any to get prescribedcourse "his patients : 5

r will begin their final examinationsfor { of hygiene or diet to the :\::\;..
AID PERSONALS this term and on this smallest extent; he has but one resort ; FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY!
} n. :
; tion, together with their examina-I left, namely, the drug treat-
: When medicines are used S a
afternoon, Christine ings, promotion ment. .
i' 'J t Jt .!5"2525""c5 C CaUU UL.7Ul for chronic constipation. the most .
I' Bozeman, a colored girl serving outa i issued: and a child who drops out of mild and gentle obtainable, such asChamberlain's .

II l I J': f .f C. Anderson of Ciryville, is iu fine of $:31): on the city rock pile school and fails to take this exami- Stomach and Liver ,,' i ;
city today. nation will not receive the certificate Tablets should be employed. Their'use 25C
I jumped through a window and madea followed .
is not by constipationas
Maggie Glass: of Montgomery that: will advance him to the next .
I.i" they leave the bowels' in a natu-
, ; ; vi-itiug friend* here. ;i, break for liberty by running grade, and at the beginning of the ral and healthy condition. For sale .. .SI
( i I through; side streets, trying to hide next term all without certificateswill all druggists and medicine dealers ,
'. t I t Ii"" Ernestine Fordham returned be assigned to the same grade by I : EFUNDED on every Pafr of Shcei :
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h } night from New Orleans.: I all the while. they are now In, unless good reasonsare - R .
ij I Her act was reported and soon given for failing to t..lkt'this ex- Thos. C. Watson & Co.,{! : bought;: of us during this week: You : '
; : : [j i Florence Fulton, a charming i it amination, and, even then, they the leading Real Estate Agents,take .
t \ { \ i; lady of Minto, Ala., is the several policemen on foot and will be required to take an examination all the worry off the shoulders of the .. cut out this Ad, bring it to the store, ad awe .

(( t of Mi.s Julia: Lee. I' mounted, joined in the hunt for her. and pass successfully before owners of property, manage; the :
U. : I i they will be promoted.To renting of their houses and the col- will refund: the :
L I I( : Percy Ketcbum, a brother of D.C. She was found, but refused to accompany avoid confusion at the beginning lection of their rents as conscientiously .. .S

; .i,: i : of this city, arrivtd at the' a mounted officer to jail.: of the schools in October next, as they would themselves. .
r.J I !! patrons are earnestly requested to Their charges are reasonable.Try .
very
'f ; : from Savannahyester-I;i She started to run, and the spectacle continue their children in the schoolsto .

l (t I of chasing a female prisonerthrouh the close of the term, which will a K. I, K.-it's: a new drinkat i !
t b1 the 2i
on :
. 1 f Florodora :.Sextette held a ret ANDERSON'S.NAVAL : .
1\ the streets created excitement. thFwas I .
\t I N. K. Goth. SS
t: i : ; ?.11 last night. They are pro- finally taken: to jail.: .. County Superintendent of Public Instruction BIOKKS: --MAHKb'T.Reported --- I .S
; ,oOg rapidly. The next rehear- 12m-3t! .
j This morning she told Mayor .
t'I \ will be held Friday ui.;ht. ; Daily for The New bj ..
Jones other female prisoners Lad Stand Like a Stone Wall. Union Naval Stores Co. t
I Among the passengers who came
\ : prompted her to e-cape by engaging; : ; Between your children and the BOil\.
I l : on the City of Tampa from tortures of itching and burning eczema WW ..... .. $1.' H U ;SiWt ) : !
l this morning are: Capt. the turnkey's attention otherwise. scaldheador other skin diseases. a :. ti .. .. 1 i MEYER SHOE CO

/1 C. I. Helme.s and Lewis This claim: caused the mayor to have -How? why, by using Bucklen's N M::'."::.:.:. ..:::. 5'i: ":5 E F :..: :": .. --l 1 ;1 ;

- i"J. Arnica Salve, earth's greatest healer. K _. ............ !! tt' D... ....... .. 115 .
'I( }I ,; I.I : the women in que-tiou brought up Quickest cure for Ulcers: Fever 1._ ..... ...... ...... 1 :.j L .t below.. I I;, .
) I Ilf : Fred \Vinkler. the popular baker and it was found there were some Sores, Salt Rheum, Cuts, Burns or SPIRITS TOKM3TISI-J5.: : : Feet Furr.fci-.ers tor' Cash OJy, :

f t 1''f i': the Caucasian restaurant, left to- .' grounds for what she said. TLe atV.Bruises.. A. D'Alemberte's Infallible for drug Piles.store 25c., Try a K.-I.-K.--it's-a- new- drink .

t. : : for New Orleans to attend the mayor remanded them all back to 121 :South Palafox street. I at ANDERSON'S.: i 102 South Palafox Street. :
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, t of his brother-iu-Ltw. Eu -- --- I
hl 1) t : ? Roch says he.is doing the bak-: the rock rile pending his examination : If you wish the very best i ;\:,

.to l } during; )Ir. \\ Iukl r'.; absence of the law covering :such caes.: THE WEATHER ice cream freezer thevery '

1 f.t. J { ((' ) invites ins friends to call Ueteals- -a-Great- Secret.It lowest price, the Willis .8.............................. 5 cI
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, ,; : i Miss Emma Johnson I gave a de is i.ften asked how such startlingcure IUUAYLOCAL I Hardware Co. can please I tz

t.{; I (, J l children's party yesterday *, that puzzle the beet physician you. _ '. .4'4. .....

et I 4 tos p, m, in honor of her lit- are effected by Dr. King's; New Dicovert' -- Subscribe to the NEWS IOc per _
1 neice, Miss Margery Beers. I for Consumption. Here's; the week. -
i J I secret. It cuts out the phlegm and L. Generally fair tonight
at Forbes and :Sublett Jobni -
1 germ infected mucus, and lets the A A A A A.AA.AA.AA.AA& & &
) I ami Thursday;light variable wind N&
i helped to receive. All the little t life-giving oxygen enrich and vitalize : AAA.A.A.AA1 f
I A. Wade & Son
; j ts enjoyed themselves and all j the blood. It heals tile inflamed ,
j cough-worn throat and lungs. Hard Temperature in Last 24 Hours:
. !t regret that little Miss I
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f colds and stubborn coughs soon Maiimum .. ...... M decrees Skirt !
J1' )r f : aqt'f wa too ill to enjoy the yield to Dr. King's New Discovery, Minimum .. ............. ..... degrees! .< REAL ESTATE k< !. Bargains
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the most infallible remedy for all i
i ------ Throat and Lung diseases.: Guaranteed Try a K. I. K.-it's a new drinkat Rental Aleuts ail Hone Brokers'' ; )
f; ; \ CONCERT AND DANCE AT bottles; 50 c and $1.00. Trial ANDERSON'S. t. ) i

;: I ?! !AO OLL\ BLUFF THURSDAY bottles free at W. A. D'Alemberte's ---- -- !i s We..t (internment St. 't o-. T-o

S, I l ; TRAINS AT S, :,AND 121 South Palafox street. )

\t 'J ; LAST: TRAIN RKTIIRNAT" : I MARITIME. City, Surburban Property and t I<.< THE
BIG STORE
[\ .' I :iJl. TICKETS: CENTS, AT THE EAST ENDDEMOCRATIC |

.i i I\ H: ;wf; : tia DEPOT. Timbered Lands for Sale. IHents I I II C,

t' :" t t Ht. J'Ii EXHORTSFor i, _ __. _
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date H5AKKIVED
CLUB May to J.Y" )

i ': j t, BRILLIANT YOUNG --- ATufAKANTINE.Swed Collected, Prompt Returns Wade I BLACK DRESS SKIRTS were j'jOu. uwj, !
: si Atlantfn, 13'i.Nvnsen! Vera I
: t ) i PENSACOLIAN An iutere tin of the Eat Cruz to Pentacoln Lumber, I'D BLACK DRESS SKIRTS were $S.Oii. J
,,'I ? ;; meeting : It tkColunjbinii> 1'arodt. MunctviJeo Valuable fit) Property Ini- I 4 : : :
to order !
BLACK DRESS
I 't End Democratic Club held Ian SKIRTS, were J'JoO; ?
jf.. '. ,, '' .1, wa l'rll\t.tl and l'II JlIl'rll\t'.I|, 4
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!: .",. ; F < --- > CLEARED. BLACK WALKING >; few .nowgi i
: 1 ; night, at which President J.C. Clark for Sale.I 4 : )
; I I .i 1.11 t ", 'c,, "l'enacoia'public oi<,Il.)1 l has1graduated : I presented hi* annual: report. t..Oer rt'u.for bk Ad.4.I.aagbonp Rotterdam, witli f,:hv':::1 t barrels< I' :Miot-of I 4 Gh.ALh.I G SKIKTri. wereft.nu. .... ... f.ow f: i
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f..I i' ,<) roilu. \alue UJ01It \ List with Us your Houses for Rent.
\ ,
.., bright youths .
I 1\\ 1 I many Otlicers then elected follows bkHakesburyl'r t. KoUlano.by;: Iloeo -
were a; -
t a : ,*\. Bro,rorU..noa, with &::!.ere i, ft oaR'ntmber.t'u.e.'sft 4
i
I. raid; Superintendent N. 11. Cook thismorning \VAIST BARGAINS. \
.. I : I dmUD. >lOn bIUT.SI-I ifP PSt We Guarantee Satisfaction.
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r : IUlllb..r'lIlu"J':!' !
i Ib "but of the most brilliant ;
: : ; one -
1 1 > t. l'resident-J. C. Clark.: 4
1 t. 1 '! :-, and one in whom I take great SAII.Hl. TUCKED CHAMBRY WAJ'T.worthfL50..nowU-2:) J
}1.. ll : Vice Presidents-Matt O. Jol.nson Rrip 1.U2I4 Hurt-Ill, Rice Rio Janlf ro Paxson & Hall'sTransfer. 4 SILK UIXUHAM WAISTS, >
,,1'' .';j dl',: pride, j is D.1vi"on. List year: lie i It bl Ilia. Marciinni, Buertu and -!fati : WfoCe 1225; rowL.5
and F.
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'" : !:egari. i4
\ 1'it E t 't.h ; was awarded the gi>U medal forI I i LOT BROKEN SIZES IN: FINE WAISTS: worth f l.&j to K 23: & -
Secretary H. Fleetwoi/d. QUARANTINE. 4 attic: reduction.Summer >
t, Z y' :3 i'' l being the best drilled individual Trea'lurer-Arthur McConuell.F.xecutive Kns bk LIma, to l'.u!ncola Lumber Co

"t l4 : .?J I.i" soldier at the l'olytf4chniCaICollt'ge : Comwittt-A. McCon- I 4 Fabrics. >

'. I at Auburn, Ala., au l he ia the
: > was i iI .
; t nell.R. A. Credille, Chai. Everitt, PICNIC

: : t BASKET SPECIAL ATTENTI"SGIVEN FIGURED I.AW\S.lOyardif.r. .... ... .. .... .. .. .. .. .i;.ii'y! I
This I Thos. Tuttle, Tho Harvey. Jot TO '
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i '* to 10 a. n:.
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: : ; Roth. DANCE .< 4 )

;;':; :I'' for having the best drilled compiuy The president will announce tL e I Baggage and Hauling. 4 ALL THIS: WEEK. i
f KV THE
.t : ., :; and, on Memorial day, he delivered 11 il i YARDS: :SMALL FIGURED DnnTIF.5..l2 c (
4 yard
executive committee next Tuedajni Ladios' Machinery, :Safe, Pianos and I )
AuxiliRryBROTHERHOOD
: : j i' the oration at the coMo o, which was
ttt.The. Furniture Moved Promptly at
: .j" -"i excellent that one of the Opelika club has a handsomely furnished LOCOMOTIVEENGINEERS Short Notice; also Conduct.... q Curtain and Drapery Department. >

.J 'j 1" \ i 1'.lrer" printed it in full." ....
club room, with! all tl.e fur I' Itd'1'CI.ALivery 4 *
MEW EFFECTS IN HWISS; CURTAINS .....75c to2.Of) pan
uiture paid for, and has now tstab AlMagnolia' : Feed and 4 NOTTINGHAM: CURTAINS. .' c to f.t.:* pair >

: .I' i r PROCEEDINGS listed a reading root::. 4 BOBBINET: IIUFFLBDCt'ItTA1Nri.32: t,. |T Par >
: Bluff
Uy request Judge Joints:. Lan' Sale Stables. 4 _. >

1 I OF CRIMINAL COURT drum addre "ed the club.A TUESDAY MAY 21, 1902. 4 )

I vote of thanks was tendered t o Corner Zarragossa( and Jefferson Streets
-- Trains at y:4t; i a. m. and 8:*) p. m.I a
Ii In the criminal cone 'Mt"rdjY the retiring oilicer Opposite Plaa. .< Telephow 251. : JUilliam loljnson) &S, Son. !

I',I fa Hamilton : The hall i is open nirht, and day aloc I TICKETS, Transportation 25 CENTS t tjiigr
I. t afternoon J.'I+, charged:
', visitors are always accorded a t I'arts A number of handsome prizes willb HARRY HALLHARK. VVVVVVVVyyYVVyyvvvvvvvv
t 1. with assault and fined
t'.i' battery: w.is ,
welcome. ? awarded a lit of which will be
't t 't) ?10ortOdays: j jtil. printed later. Manager Transfer Department .
: It Next Tuesday ni;ht pn-r.iiieu', 't

t'. : Ed 11'e-wn. cJiarRnJ: with pettylarceny speakers will address the club. tI t tII.........................................................
At. w.tenteuceJ t-> six months
; I tI. .

.. ;.I+ in the state rtf.'rm.Uoiy at M iri.itina. $1 J C.00 Suits
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t ft t .I,. SISTERS OF MERCY : : $3.50 Shoes :
I
:

.I .1 ,):t'W This; tnorniugthe; "" of Est,Ile CARD OF THANK! =p!i for $6.50 :| eie. | for $2.50 .i

tii Evan, charged with re'l'iviult
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t : t. ;
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,, ,J' ,t ...' ,1'.!.fl" stolen property\ is on tml. Ajam we are called upon to tender ........0+....... ....................
I -- our of Thicks."
oftrepeatedCard :
i I.IGHr'9pI: .ffi BARGAINS $ [ !

Oft-repeated because of the many: I :
,+ ln Yon Drink Ir* I .
r similar events which mark II
our
I4 i i A minister's wife had quite a tu.1 i iII r :
see with coffee and her tixperieuio i. presence amon; you. Veto while ''t.i An Arabian Proverb.
intt"fe"till'be "Duflo the I i
ssy wi
to
we are truly gratefull u< j n con 11
I two years of my training as a nurse'' .. .
tributed to make the "Dewey Day H
{ while on uicht duty I becanead- r I
slid dieted to cotlee drinking, for between Festival" a grand success, there are .
midnight and four in the EVERY DAY ; !
,I; I: some who deserve a larger share of
morning, when the pitieut-s were He that knows notaad knows not that he knows not, :
i' asleep there was little to do except!:: our gratitude. These, are the ladies H: Is a fool-shun him .
)1 { ; make the rounds, anJ it was quite I I '. ,
I 4 natural that I should want a good who toiled amid the scorching raysof 'I S .." .
hot of cotlee about that time It' .
y cup an almost-tropical sun ; the ;penerous IIoATo .
Simulated me and I could keep He that knows and know
:I not that he knows,
ti awake better.After contributors, who, notwithstanding I :
: li him.
":I r' three or four of coffee' asleep-wake ,
} years the multiplicity of calls, put I .
j ) 1' drinking I became a nervous wreck
1 1.f i and thought that I simply could not their hands deep in their pockets for 'I> J :
live without ci>lf e. All this I '
my
their own sisters and last,
1 ; though
(= time I was subject to frequent bilious .f He that knows and knows that he knows :
1 attacks, sometimes M severe as by no means least, to the sons of I''.> Is wise-follow him. i

V'I. l to keep me in bed for several days. Erin-the A. O. H.-who on this as & :.
l' 'I AfterbeingmarriedHusbandbeg.I I "
led me to If'a011 entree for he fearit well as on numerous occasions in the : :

I that it had already hurt me al- past, remember that we, too. !honor L. FRIEDMAN & CO'SRACKET :| He that knows he can buy his Clothes from :
i mo-t beyond repair, so I resolved tot McMillan and Beers at Cost and don'tIs
I make an effort and release myself i the "Green Immortal shamrock :I :

p I 4r from the hurtful habit. I began the emblem of our native land. Yes, : an ass-(de) ride him. I :

I{ ,jr taking Postum Food Coffee*nd for a the true sons of't.. Patrick have .
/ few days felt the languid;: tired feeling .
# .lt), from the lack of the stimulant, ever been faithful, and today in our & f
i I tt but I liked the taste of Postuui and own dear: Island beyond the Atlanticthe .

')'il beverage that answered all ruht.for the breakfast churches and convents-those STORE.wMwmAMIrn. < i................. .................:
edifices raised for and dedicated to It
t
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1 Finally I began to feel clear headed .
f and had steadier nerve After a the service of the Most High-are ; '

q.. year's use of Postum I now feel like structures of which we are justly t| $2.00 Hatsj |I $5 Pants i
t :; a new woman. Have not had any proud Reiterating our sincere and

T, .j bilious attacks since left off cotI e." heartfelt thanks, we are. ; i for
gratefully $1.00
This lady requests that her name be ; i for $3 :
and
l respectfully.
,
i :j; kept fromrublicprint. N- negivenby
j Postuia Co., Battle Creek, Mich. THE SISTERS OF MERCY : J :
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