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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 29, 1902
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889.
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Related Items: Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
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VOL 37. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 29.1902 NO 8 : ';


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M'KINLEY'S GRAVE SAYS--MONEY WICKEDNESSSpecial -- I IMMIGRATE :''III: i



I Special to The N ens.Charlotte to The News! I
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; -- ---I X c., May! ::!?-In an address I Chicago. May 2t-l3:shop Samuel | J
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before the :'Ilanlfa.-turern' dub I Fallows, of St. Pauls Reformed Episcopal -j t

1 : '1\ I STILL HOPING I in Charlotte last night Senator :Money church has taken issue with I, t4peexattoTheNexs.: STRIKE EFFECTS "

V- ._"..a. M .ty i" .-Mr. Piei- used tho allowing language; concernma Bishop Thoburn and the Rev. Fran Ciuttanoo.ru, Tenn.. flay J''.-A

;; the I'h'iij'iiiiip! *, cis Tuck, of New berry. Pa., who think I ICh'ag .

!P t. : : ,r.i.-a'r at the white son: -e. : \Vheu the wax with Spain broke oat \ '\more wicked than London and i petition to President Iloo-evelt and KEENLY FELT

dozen magnificent FOR PEACE I: o\ci 3'iini' young! iiipn from thicivi I I'I Hong Kong. j the Congress of the United States
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.j' : ill/'11 |Mnop.s: 01 the iblandbure in "!f there are any farms of vice In i --- i
II a-king ition f>f billion .
'I an appropri: a
i ll II : j. ':'In I .14- ready for shipment II IIi 8I'al"h universities. and th*>\ are the Chicagi. that cannot be found in London Special to Tbe New j. !

the peopliagainst whom \\P arp wagingw I, I would be glaJ if the Rev :Mr. ', dollarto a..i i-t the negroes; to leave ,. ,
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to .
'j.( !r. : are placed on '11"'ldllo 1 Ui.NfViiL'Hiclon New \ork ia> 2'-: any smalltowns I
farp. Oi thtIllf'mb..s! of AUDI's !: Tuck would inform nia what they are i, I
the United StateJ J in circulationhere.
.' ,i ; "ai ualiiiu.il htro?. : May -".'.-.\ cabinet lIle tin na\llt\ ) 1'\1)1 i..ional (ongre!;s there : saM the bishop. I in Xw Ieist> arc bcginnlnf

humi-omeit was hastily called this morning were mole rollesc and u.II\f'lsity grad-I i i iuat "1 would be glad if he would inform I I It has been carefully: prepared to fee I the<< scareuy ol anthracite coal 1t.,
i ,%::' t and 11.ral.. Sufftrn tillage has been in darknesj r
.-s than ever *at in the senate of | me where they could b<> found, I pent i :
upon receipt by the government of I by the International Immigration since Saturday night having no electric -
:-,r .J : Lt-:! collection ii intended the United States at one time. Theie I borne time in the woiM's metropolis

fresh Pretoria new*. The session be- fore more u...u. i i'> in to 1. among the and I saw more forms of wukedness II and Commercial Association, an light. The steel plaut there will ,
!, : H >ini) of the late President I run out of coal today, and it will be [
gan at 11:30: o'clock and I i"ted three- DemJers:110! spoke different languages under the shadow St. Paul's cathedral -,
organization of negroes now in ses- of!.
to lay 2*IIO men Lamp
y L '< ..,. /. It ii a wreath, over live quarter: of an hour. from their OVMI than ever atI i, and Westminster Abbey in two necessary
inlS at Ridgewood. At
one time orrupiol seals in our senate. successive nights than 1 bal seen for sion here. are now e.
:-. : .:, lituieter, composed ofl! rare The government leader, Arthur J. 'I' Spring Valley X. Y.. the silk mill, th*
The presirtent of the congress had years in my own city
like. of the Balfour, announced in the hou of I The petition recite a lone train of pipe fa<:tor and the shirt works, em.
w.rehidi, valleyt -e written books that had been translated "Bishop Thoburn said a man's life

commons today that he hoped to be all over Km'ope. When we in Hong/ Kong was safer than it was misuse which it a=erts the negro i i3 plo 'ing il'( 0 hands will be shut down '
., i 'phanotH on palm leaveLi -. think I' Thursday !because of lack of fueL
of all the (' >n able Monday next to announce the subjected to as a resident: of the
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ofTannj will bear President Philippines we may well ask the question it would not be any reason for maligning Course

result of the peace: negotiations in 'What Is the (compensation for Chlrago." United States. Among; the list of Lyceum Organized.
}t.epvelt's card. I Dalton. (;a.. May 28.-A number oegentlemen i

I South Africa. all this' The answer Is: 'Nothing' abuses is the denial! of all social or met here yesterday and or-

T'; KB are wreathes lUo for the 'In those islands the while man will t
ganized a lyceum course. The sub
I become a degenerate in two generations SAILORS SWEPT political recognition iu direct viola- f
: '..to .1( ol'ufoulOrallt, the graves SHOCK scribers were solicited by Edward Sullivan
EARTHQUAKE and one is long as an i
as
year tion of his constitutional
I rights. representing the National Ly- ;
nK.tN Logan, Lawton: and I American soldier, can remain there. I -
OVERBOARD teum of Memphis, Tenn.
TERRORsptcUl \\V should gM rid of the islands asquickly | Among the leading spirits of the company
a i 1.-, and for several soldiers in CAUSES : Fifty-four subscribers hate already I
as possible
-- ; convention was Bishop Turner, the been solicited The officers elected
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u -- I $ptCIal! to the Vw Georgian, who hay served this gov- I were: Colonel W. C. :Martin president J JI

New iChatt I I I ; II. L. Smith, manager and sec
to The {| WILLED II I
$10,000 Nrw York. ..V.-a' J-, -Tli.: North 0"r '
CROSSIFRAUDSDETECTED I Ii eminent as minister to Liberia. I retary. und '\'. S. Sanders treasurer. ;
ttoo a. Tenn., May 25!--A I man Lloyd -UMni'M Kn.i. Pr:uVil
A splendid lot of attractions will bt !
i distinct earthquake hock was felt I II TO SOLDIER j; helm w'''d. Las amuM I Imm Hn'men IN.HERlINY presented: by the 1 lyceum course la
IN THE lost! f.o seamen ovcrboar! on tli-1 \'o>' ; JURY
here early today: and ha* caused Dalton.
I I I I ate and lour oth"i! had: i..iiuw escapes ,

much une.l?iUe 3 and excitement. fi .m a a.mthi: fat{'.
CUSTOMS SERVICE Spt-rial to The News. CASE DISAGREE I Georgia Odd Fellows. 1
!I ;Stormy heather was fiuountPrpd! I
a
The tremor was: accompanied by
Charlotte N C.. MaJS; : ,-:\monc Atlanta. May 2S.-The grand lodge
during the latter part of tlu' trip and
--- : I"y rumbling sound which was the beneficiaries lij the wIll! of Colonel --- ol OUtl Fellows! 01 the state of Georgia
last FI'I.lay su .sail.us while on the
H. f!. springs: ; who d''!..d hie Sunday is in session in Atlanta today. Members
heard all who
were
AI toTtlf Newt.N distinctly : by upper tied trying to il-ise two heavy I Special to The =' 'Wi.
evening leaving! an estate of $500.000, I of the lodge from every county
w Yoik, May I'y.-Kriu- of the awakened by the earthquake. The iron doors were caught in an enormoussea Ii i
: > New York : .
I is Holland Sprinns a distant relative I May :it.-After nine in the state are present. A great parade
( whi h the de f.k. Twoof
swept over
.,--I character and enurmou I, quiver and accompanying notes of thp deceased, who is at present in them'xer'- tarried o\erioaid: and :i hours deliberation, the !-ury in the occurred during: the morning. Besides t

f'I'IU.. are slid to hive been ) continued fi>-t-verul ?ecoud the Philippines as a private soldier case against John the lou visiting momoers of the !
drowned The! other four managed to Captain Herliny,
Some time he sent Colonel lodge and the
SRO grand 250 local
: vend In the custom; ?service in The residents in the surrounding slip into a gangway and so esrapod. I charged with neglect of in the memo I
Springs a !pair of red shpers with largosilver duty bt-rs. It is figured that there were Inline
", It is the town hive been comparing; notes The alarm was given and two life :
reported jro\erti- >
buckles They seemed to please failure to suppress disorderly;e:?, between 1.510 and 2,000 visiting
cast adrift The vesselsteanicd
buoys were f
? -. : i- -ystenutically Cheat. today and all agree the vibration the old man and they were the direct about the buoys for one hour : reported to Justice Scott, of the third degree Odd Fellows A most interesting .

to, at lea..t.tro was due to an earthquake.It cause of the xoiiiig private being lelt I' program has been arranged.
i :T i-sue> amountinjr;; I and a half before suing: up toe search criminal brauch of the supreme I
the bum of SlO.iMiit. Another bens' ---
.. rollu-ioti H believed the recent volcanic for the ma '1'hy were heavily clad t
through in '
i rear
firiary l J.y special l le jar> is a young | court, today that they were unable Police Charge Strike re.

.. nation If Japanese ?ilk;. eruptions in the West Indies had son of Ii J. H. :McAden. of Charlotte and it is thought they sank immediately to reach an agreement. The verdict Chicago. May 28.-An attempt by I.

t 'II..,:. .1 prosecutions of the per- !some connection with the shock who assisted CoIonM springs in col : stood ten to two for conviction. strikers to curtail the meat supply of '

"V i". .re expected! to follow as a Irrting ienttt.. Young MrAden I ----- down town hotels and restaurants wairustrated .

.f tL.! discovery. I, felt here. gets tvfo business houses valued at "NO ROOM TO LIVE." : DRAGGED TO DEATHBY early today by the police.

about $U;! '0'i., The rest of Colonel In response to a riot call a patrol wag.
AND DANCE AT
I 1': v '" want H nice present to give Ii I CONCERT Springs'; estate is divided pro rata -- on filled\ with policemen charged a

.t frt'i.d., go and look through the 'I j :MAGNOLIA HLt'FF POSTPONED amonR a mimtn-r of distant hl'irs. A MULE crowd of striking teamsters who hadr
.. -i': : line of nuitable articles at',! UNTIL FRIDAY NIGHT ON AC- -ptoml to Ihe NBx i.f .
[ each rwwivlug: ,; about $33iMiit surrounded four drivers for Swift &
J I a:1: ; >11-, you purely can find ;!: EXERCISES
i OF CLOSING ---
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: ..MIto plea-H you. If you '' lu.a.Ma; : y 21',1' sections of ('0. and had threatened them with bodily

"I : *nvthiiu' i" the Diamond line : : l OF THE PUBLIC SCHOOL the west side where there u "no roomto flpecml to The >e\\ <. injurv The crowd was, dispersed ;

b.. -ur" to -PP !him before you buy. ''1 I AT THE OPERA HOUSE. CHINESE REBELS lue" the special parks commissionof :, and In a short time tht polueere lo
Katonton. 0i, May 21-.1 distress-
the city coanrii has recommendednine full possession
j I ing accident occurred in this
sites for small parks. i county .
ARE BEATEN near :Staufordulle.: In which Ilesbie
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ianforJ lost his lite. TO-DAY'S MARKET REPORT
inlJ will disappear( and in neighborhoods .
I While tiding his mule home
TillS .Special to The News. where now a blade of grass cannot from

'H Block of BargainsAT ; IIP found parIs of four, five or tenacres i work the animal became frightened HY PE\S.1COb,1STOCliE\Ci1.11GE
I London :May 23.-Cabling from
1:1 WIII\: : ; : i and threw Sanford who became entan- jl
will be established. In the districts Kat: GoterninrnC
Shanghai the respondent of The j gled; in the gearing and was draggedI Street.
: here these parks are to .
i Daily Mail the southern rebellionis go I
-- says to death before help could reach
I him.
'1 I thousands of the '
people are living in i
I in full activity, and that a sevE'ra'' ( lie was the oldest! son of Charles Sanford STOCK
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allejs In ten blocks in this city 2G'tO' 1
battle has been fought at Shu Luh I'I : and about 311 years oM The funeral Open. Hitch Low.13H'4 Io..e. i ,
have
been
THE BIG STORE in which the lebels defeat. found living in alleys. In i
Sien were was held this afternoon from ruiar..I2'J1-I 12l'a 12k7. 12'J ,
ed by the government: forces, with losses i j: the same district 3.127 people were j liamoth church Atch.. .. SO'. -. J78 HO'r 801.! :

amounting to 1,500! men in killed'found living m basements and the U. K . furs 10a'; -II) Ole, :

: wounded.! The '! mortality record runs up to 37 in 1,000, 111 .. 153 l-P.; dill; Iij3J-\, ;
Fine Oin ham or government troops
< 1 : I. Hem Sheets Bath Towels I' | Millard Lee Indicted for Murder.
L. :
&X..13SM.O.P.100
and Madras pursued the rebels to their intrenched I nearly! three times the average of the 137': t2 Iii:
I Atlanta. :May 2S.
-Millard !
LeA, the ( iX) lOt IOU "
i
Swiss lawns k value -.Ot' t'at h \01\ Dmrn.h'I'oxtls 1.I"I\l'ht'd! villages; and cut off their supplies. The : city. i young man who shot Miss Lilla Suttles Man 132M. : 132'1 132 132 ,j

for 11em. P. Cages insurgents!: who included boys andwomen i i to death with a pistol in Wesley Paul Jjf-i'' 110\ 170'', 1702 !I'

3Id() 12 (10 and made desperate) sorties from i I Stampede to New Mines. | chapel at Den Mill last Sunday Penn .. .IJ911 1191149'; H9.s r

4c Yard 12'2C yard I :':' 4' ('adt ::. d'IZ. : ,' the villages; and forced the government i 1 1 Longs Store. Cedar Canyon, W 'o., | was yesterday indicted by the morning Fulton -- S 1>.. 64'a fi5ls 6J12 64'4'104l I:
U.
May 2S.-A stampede to P..lO.P" buts ( i
( troops to retreat. Tho rebel a ledge on 10418! :[
I county grand jury the
on .
\ the charge T.C.I. r,4 fHJiI 64 .
Spokane 64J :
reservation from Deer
'i
; loader, Ching Ting Pin. was killed. Trail ,I of murder The Lpe ease was one of C. F. I. .lOll1, 11U1j IUOIWJ.i I iMw
iIxrfD: conOET: 1VAhT Parasols The rebels are increasing in strength'and camp has caused considerable : the first c'onsidp.rp.i by the grand .
nt'partU1t'nt Department.nrauttful i excitement. Fifteen or 20' men most jury,
,
boxers gathering large i
L ANt: are in i and four or five witnesses
Phorl.aDO 15c Off I'L'0 r. . .."...,"e I IAt' numbers in Shang Tung province. |I, of them employes of the Deer Trail ''Infod. were exam YORK COTTON. 1
Ilty The
fu M.rhum t'on. I young man will be placedon j
\\ bU.llnk an.d' I'or. . .HUe II I mines believing the reservation' would Open. High. Low. Closer Ii
,
I hI".ll": Hluefor In All 5N'Nkood For. . .h9c he thrown to settlement I trial at the next session of the cnm. May .. "
( open by
Thl Detective Leaves Big I presidential inal division of the superior July . .!tol All;
court k16!
49c each 89S
15c yard Seeourl9clvaist 1 Silk GloriasSl25 f New York May 2S.-James H. Barns! i proclamation before June 1. engaged I which will be convened by Judge Can- Augu.t.874; hiSIii) 866 "

for 15 years a ward detective on the every available horse and raced dler on June 9.Deipondent. Hept .. .817 H20S04! b17 817 I J

New York )police force is dead at his I for a point near Sand Creek, about I I Oct. .802 be
Bilk
'. OEXTR' 54) Alpaca I
i.1TTINI! GE."ITS' 6 miles Be:1
east from Deer Trail where :
,
rU'oD ER I home in Now Rochelle, leaving: an es-I j I a Suicide.

I.trtment: NIGHTSHIRTS WEIGHT CoatatandYaluVestssana tate said to be worth $300.000. Burns there is said to be a great mineral ; Mobile Ala., May 28Despondentover CHICAGO-WHKAT. A
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t.1' I.nd: atnuok showing It
is :
not known If the Indian the
desertion
detailed at the Eldridge street of her
was i; husband
"!. .[:". lllo 17 yatdi ftI and nNDERWEAR 7Sc to Lexow police have removed the interloper : Mrs C. L. Fulton Open. Hi h. Low. Close. .I!
';: Cambrics $2.50 station, but after the in\estlga-[ wife of Dr. C. L. July .. 728; 727 72 72 '
"c SUit : tion trial and dismissed from the reservation. Fulton, a former .. ,
was placed on i practicing physician Hept 71a 71*\
Half Price 50c 75c $1 I w707',
tJ..c Suit Worth Double from the force. He was also indicted, and surgeon at Choctaw Bluff, committed 1CORN.

--- I but when the trial was called hU : Died In Agony from Burns. I, suicide yesterday by shooting ., L'
I Chicago, May 2S-Crazed:: by burn- Open. Kigh. Low. Cloae.
forfeited. He herself
of remaIned with
bond $5,000 was a rttelve.
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!I..4-I MEN'S TRUNKS I' I July. 6i C3 62
Fishinrr TactIe In; oil which had fallen on her dress 62'g
,
time In Europe and
for coma .
STRAW HAT Sept 60 608? 593. .J
:-.dltS' Vtsts 8 5918
from a gasoline stove
ho'l' on which she
Imitation l'anlml6 and then returned to this city. where

:is for hlc. CRAB NETS i' demanded a trial. The witnesses had ,: was preparing supper last night. Miss : FISH CHOWDER NAVAL 8TOUE8 '
VALISES.Vets -
.ik. Mee ried: For 50c ; the Josephine Pixka ran into her bedroomand MARKET
cud all kinds of disappeared and case was finally
lase the New ( ) I seized $200 In bills which lay Dally
!< secreted Reported
dismissed. The News
BY THE bf :
tlreefor $I idetbemtnwlndox Dresser Trunk. Sporting Goods I between the mattresses. Her SEA SHORE Union Nanl Storea Co. ; .

\ : screams attracted John Novak, who
Root Will Not Fight &081.. ;

ICE BOXES Gasoline 1 \ San Francisco, May 28.-Jack Root I extinguished the flames only after she ww _... ..... .. .La Mi (3......... ....._1135 Iwe I I
who was to have met Jack Gardner Ina I bad been fatally burned. The bills j At the Santa Rosa Surf Bathing ....... .. n. II'i Cj 'n. .....-.......ia3 j ,
Hammocks Shoe Sale N.- ..... ..._ a 25 ....
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f5.oo to37. finish fight at Carson on July 4. has I which represented the savings of her establishment, the noted chef, 11_._. ........._ r Ij.'j 8._... ......_. ..-_ 1 1 S 25) ;
Stoves : I telegraphed Bat Smith, of this city, self and brother for several years, I Frank Maura, will give one of his It ... ..-.....- .. D..... _-_. 1211 ;
I 1__ 1 %5 C ot beloW'.._... I I8IzITe I
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Refrigerators burned. The girl died two hours celebrated
$1.00 to $3.S Still ContinnfS that he will have nothing to <
$9! 50 to $32. $3 $4,50, $6 ) the fight Root clalmi that forfeits | later. I day at 5 o'clock p. m. on the sea Tl1.nnI.J' :

I ; j have not been posted but Harry Corbet i c- ; shore beach. The steamer Enter- When You Go Into a Drne Store

l ; Insists he has held $2,000 belonging to., Ice cream freezers that ; prise will leave Palafox wharf at to get a bottle of Painkiller, examIne-

Senator Livingston, of Nevada, repre-1! 2:30 p. m. every Sunday. m2Mf It carefully to see if it is
freeze at the made ;;
Willis
the promoters, and $500 ofj i quick, by I
renting
lUiUiam t \ SOU. \ One Bottle of Burnett's Perry Davis, and don't be persuaded
l ( OblHjOtt : Alec Greggain's money, posted as aside Hardware Co.'s. Vanilla Extract : j
forfeit ever since the match war j i) better than three of the doubtful kind. to take something "jast as good" because i :

r Though costing a few more oeau per bottle, It i3 a few
cents
( ) made. AI Welnig may be signed in | Pya7.ifa1esm St4p the Tickling Its purity and great strength make 11 the fiiere Is cheaper. i 1 i
., only one
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--- I Root's place. I ID4 Q1Ikk1l&:Iqlln"m.c! 1.11 t.I'! tr t most economics!. "Perry
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for months .
t Many IMT"'OII, lute W.ndHto a: the can worry iI .' ):. f1.:1'I: tJ _:'ot.J-=-- .. -
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fioellHi'e of the Ir\"II:; which. ornaCHnts about your weak child and not I I
t the pieh.storie moaurj nts that I i
Thrilling Escape of Geolo- ;;
lie st-altirtd and in ruins over a large succeed in doing it even a

of Mexico and Ontra! America, ists and !!
j-art Reporters. .
l-emlly! time it Is known that theuiient small fraction of the good that I -. THE CHILDREN ENJOY :: .c 'i ,

x i-foples w h<> rected them were 1 V
: unacquainted wL: the use of Iron and comes from little daily dosesof DESERTED BY THEIR GUIDES 1i Life out of doors and out of the games which they play and the enjoyment I'

Lad only rouzbiy: : haped tools of ob- Iimul 5on. i ti t, which they receive and the e.Torts which they make comes the -

idian to vork with. )lr. George BConion Scott's > White Enreutj to Mont Pelee to Make +:::'Y greater part of that healthful development which is s<> essential to their t<. I

of the 1'eabody museum at happiness when grown. When a laxative i is needed the remedy which is .
j I This unfortunate weakness Investigations Eruption Ocurs and :' .<.
Harvard however. who Las spent a given to them to cleanse and sweeten and strengthen the internal organs i

;; large part of the last ten years ID. in some children invites all In Panic They Fled Many Miles Be- en which it acts, should be such as physicians would sanction, because its ;

tndyins the remarkable ruins of the fore Reacning Place of Safety. component parts are known to be wholesome and the remedy itself free from I

prehistoric Maya: city of Copan. in lion manner of disea'e. The cure every objectionable quality. The one remedy which physicians and parent,

doss. and who his given particular at New York, May 2S.-Mont Pelee. II well-informed, approve and recommend and which the little ones enjoy,

tention to the methods: of the ancient is not a matter of a day-but front which there was another violent because of its pleasant flavor its. gentle action and its beneficial effects is-

.cu'ptor! has brought forward n number vital the eruption on :'Ionday.as quie again I Syrup of Figs-and fur the same reason it is the only laxative which snuuM:
the !i. almost to ,
of facts which seem to throw light cure > Tuesday night, according to a Herald !".,' be Used by fathers and mothers. ;.:.:::. -

-upon a question that has Ion?; interested child's success in life. dispatch from Fort de France. But :.J. t' Syrup of Figs is the only remedy which acts gently, pleasantly and -'_k"

the areh.eololist.: the dispatch i adds the inhabitants of ; ,,. naturally without griping irritating, tr nauseating and which ceause'cthe ; :' '.

In his recent report o", the jrrenttleroplji The full benefit of all the tie island: are in a terrified state. -. ::. Zc system effectually without producing that constipated habit which results s I


the chief features of Coi>an, Mr. Cordon po\\erin pure oxl-liver oil is' !some of whom say the mountain :: ;; winch the children should! be !'o larefu'.Iy: guardtd. If you would Lave them ::. .

points out that contrary to the '" X. grow to manhood and womanh, strong, healthy and happy, do not give
: has:, thus far made only a begin
methods of much of our modern work, given to weak children byScott's ning. -, them medicines, when medicines are not needed, and when nature needs

It Is probable that the ehborate! carving ., assistance in the way of a laxative, give them only tine simple: pheasant and .
Emulsion Childrenlike Morne Rouge was saved from destruction I r ...'.
of the stairway. "'3:1 done not bee ; gentle J-vrtipof Figs.
;
!last n.eht only by a miracle.
fore but after the various blocks of I Its quality i idi
ftone had bt'
Mr Cordon cites the careful harmless powerfulfor Two (oll'fo )ll"Hlt.-nts. believing tbl'l also to our on -'jial method of manufacture and as you value the health of -

way in which a piece of carting ocrnpylnt yet 'ole! ano bad for a time at least subsided I 1 r':. the little ones, do not accept any wf the substitutes which unscrupulous deal 4'

; two or more blocks of stone is good. planned an expedition! to the' (1"t'r" !' >> ortcr to increase their profit The genuine article may. bf .

fitted t<.,::<-thi'r. often with a skill w L.cb; mountain for the purpose of s.'curinJhoLOlraj..1 bought anywhere of all reliable druggets at fifty cents per bottle. Plea-e r -

would do n(>llt to the most up to date bend fv.r Free S:ua p'e.sto s.t'h.ral catives were ... to rtmember. the fa:! name ..f the Ca.tnpanvrr. I

.t ftonrtutUTs. -TTA fw'K Chemists. 409 Pearl St.:;. TtHi enl'ued' as guide ..... CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.printd In

The hiM-oslvnhlc stairway! takes its Alter a wearing: ; march which took .. ....' 'ca tie front of every pack- .J' '
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< J" .t.r .
name from a cr.:1 of "slyph or p'c-! most of )II.1'd3)Iorne Rouge wasream f.t..' : .....,,-.-:..... :,.....'........ ..l .I .e. In order to g l.t :'..siiielivial ,.!.-(." '7\. ....... .r'r' .I /..".,"..
tnre writings which run all the way >" foal Ma; lie ...,..... : If A a'-o'it' Lali-past 7 o'clock in I ..,.r.o{ to.: :. :'; ..jo.' .>-,;4V's la, eT..t": it isi':- .I-r.of. ..:t j .1' ...." .. c

alone the face of the 5tcjis. lilies Mr. '\'I.c-n it i I': UlotH't",al tliiit the !'fllntamut the erening.; The correspondents were'welmintd '! ..,!'>.( .... :. ', .I.'! {" 't': ': :."., \.mays ,','.?arto hay: 'f...".-:;:...., -.......:i'. :.: '.''''.'; ...J'r.'r -
: .
Gordon notes. the cart ins is very per "f fu I i" iiMiuxl in I'roourIn hv a kindly disposal priest : r"Y":"" ."' '. ..'. ..'-.., \'. u.: emnne. oniv.; ...... ",_'_. .;.i' '._..r'-.. { ..

i feet and regular until one retries tic ;: t-ithtr p" <,r brat it readily!! seen who save such iiitonnaticn ir. t. ., 'I...' !.!',:.'':..:.''. -". .,",..'.1.:. 'f'-... '
as was
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1 ends of the stairs, where the balustrades why one |person will use four tunes a* ..!.i \.o; .. : ( ,
his .
possession. He insisted uron a : .
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apparently interferedvth the uitii-b! f'U.I! ;i< another wit ha'ut i-ro-luc : : \ : ......:. i'/ : .:
paue heme made for refreshment .:. .. \ :
I freedom of tIC workmen, and the carr1ng. tag any mote heat if :I'? touch Whenfiedini '. : : ....: .:.....'.; .... .. '.
and h.s; i.nmhlhome food .; .J < :t : (
therefore I is distinctly Interior, a ; coal after the Cre is male, only in was prtpared ..;... f.'S;..! .Ij J : ; .. ,"'''- .

fact whxh apparently brutes Mr. Cor ) l it was this generous courtes; 'If.. :. : I... 1 ...- !, ,
a small timtity| should >e fl at a ;. ,
of the priest that saved the expedition a : -- L: ; j'. :: .>.,
; :
don's fi.ntetition ( lushe'y.: since it -" ct2ij' -
and that the : gj .
tititn spread ('n'r.flnr ..:.. _, __: ., .d\. !
fiora df''oTlItf.tion. The ; ; .,
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the glyphs; had Irf-cn cut \before the surfs..' fir tL- tra: for Whoa fresh cosi'! original :: "- ;- .oJ'y ;'''' '

steps were laid no such Irrcb'1Iarlt'wlultl Is t.t.lnl! it for a time l I.n'rs :bejienituie tern plan was that the visit should b< <. :.I....;';:..'........ .. \..'\".' ."..

la'! uotifenble. ,. made to ti! .> >'ra'f-r as soon as possibl'' ; ..., - of the trl.ox tjud ai. pouring | ;-::: : :,., .. ,,. ;. ..
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The stoi.e iist-d at Copan i II a variety <- water hunt a but i'f boiling; waterstops and a '"Its' l, return be made to Fort { .. ;to!' : /" "' : .'." "Y.I" .... '",-, .
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cf tray-hytc and was brought from tilE the de France tJ avoid all danger. ..-,-:,.( ..? ;:(: "---. ...},... -:.......
lioiliug the teiuptniiurii .
by lowering '
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bill su-rouml'i'!,: the valley in which While the meal .>:.,, "." _.. .4. .' \. ,. .. .. .
being .
until the added coal is lieatn! -\!:'Ding was .11.-... ; ,..........: ;!., '. .. ..-.. ... ... : .. : .. ..
the cIty <-f C'opan was; built. It is a up tu the. igniting pointhni it firs) prej are .'
rattier "ft material! and correspondingly I,,';ills to l barn an-1 adds! its Lit to th.1I:1 work ol ruin that had been accora i! '.::::: \\J.:: .I/ ._ .;:'.*\. .* '-
:
ensera carI.llt weathers easily >..s.Vliin but little! cnal Is addedthis pnsh-d n.. -II.I! i he had refused tl' : _.

The Mayan ulj'tor.. however y. t over lonenu:; tf the ttinjuratureif: lca\e his I i'.Ft. though te was not at1!

this diitlrulty: t hy io\"(rin; his earring !IIP hardly noix iii. I Lut add! a large quantity all (rertaii. Murce Rnune would not h..1sW"j.t
tnth a laver of !'tu -fo. which could he
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and it tan be piamljIIPII -I't-Il. from exisffnre as was St
more perfect I modeled wl.'noft end! I -- -
I'i-rre! It was while! he was talkine
which soon hardened! into a surface gas roxered oe Ioie fJann Tuesday j
which was afterward richly \ (.. Inaccordance \\ Iri.k Dor-N Arrr t oinmoD.. that the explosion tame.Fiom morning: W. B. WEIGHT<< GOfflPflflY

with the character of the Once upon a time: and not K very their homes the !inhabitants o'j: i Later arrivals reported that Morn I
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.Inls't're
a so cuter sc
design. IIWUYc'aI'S the allfy ran in a panic. Some dull I
o.jnuion in eland as to l Ie regarded it: I Rou e had not been destroyed, as the I MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS I>
not wait to see what was happening '
,\ird.i.i. matter of c'llIrltJliroi! force of the explosion was exerted in : l
6rlalie HI'l"umatll.1I1 I'umlfirr but hurried over the mountains in the ,
hue HIS ouch tiuth in tL.- the direction of the sea
FourteenrniH < f t uttering. story drn'tlon! of Fort de France. :Srote'-j: I I LUMBER LATHS
\\ hdl: I'I % I Iwru told ot hit k Martin oti.il Robert T Hill. of the United States ,
"I have been atlirted with ciatic went into the uurch and fell upon !
< \\liu. in "uuversatioiiwith geological who left
';i\ Ix-in: ( survey here for
rheum iii-ni for fourteen year*,'' their knees. but by far the greaterrnumber SA WED CYPHE SHINGLES..KUn L B 11
Germantown the ill iiine regent, was :lreMtl! j. Mont Pelee Monday! afternoon has not ; y'1}
rays JII-h Edgar. of C; : ran without daring to look behind
Cal. "I w.i-: ahle to he around but ',.\' tlit- prime with "Sn you are K"1"- vet r..l1lrn"nor has he been heard!
+
PEN! ACOLA. FLA.
constantly uilered, 1 tried everything ''a u.ia ontfstenj! t-Uctiini in your i iTh I from. He planned to try the rratt-r
.. of i!
'" display lightning terrific
I could hear of and at last was xnr r> : vis from Morne I Huugf'

told to try i'hatnberl Pam liilm, "Yrs. your royal bh.::lims.. as usual.! and awe.inspiring' i '

which I did and wa immediately ".\r.1 whu will ", ill'" When the start was made nn the return -. Foley's Honey and Tar i i" pe- ROYAL STANDARD \W.E \ \

relieved and in a short limA cutei. "The !-Urh"Jr.. please your royal high trip to Fort de France the guides '''culiarfy adapted for -i-thma. bron-

and I din happy: to say it has notlncereturiied 111-"." Martin answtrtd with Ilibtrniar and servants were gone The conespomlents I::' chili I" and hOar'-f'Uf"*. \V. A

? ; Why not u'.. thisliuitnent ro.'htl 55. i.ad to find their! way across' D'Alemberte. Ian r'. 1'alafoxtrtet. E Years Old, in Casts of 4 Full Quarts, at S3.20 per KI
and M well.: It ii for sale: .
by all druij;;i-M and medicine! dealer r-- the hi'l! as ben they could Behinds! 4 -- -

*. \\ hooping Cough. Mont IMee rontin'led to l lkh firs is thewell' \VHIMKYiditilled i at the N1!1JL 1-.. ,
The II I1om
A woman who has had experience ashes smoke and mud The d btonation 11py p p e Ky. Di-ti'lery. and is fully matur! i :. a.

with this di-ease, telU\ how to prevent -, were of sufficient strength 111 before bottling it I is absolutely: pur' and \

any daugerou cons, "-quencts make the !ground tremble It saerod furnished home. Marstonj C celled in quality by any \Vhi-key of tin -aL,
no matter where produced. The Royal (*; ,
from it. Our threa children to the wearj travelers as if the noun Quina can supply
r'h.ay" : you is eight years old when bottled, and cm"-I '
TtU sifnitore ii on tivrr koz cf the (rooiceLaxative took whonping cough la-t summer lain tops swayed above their head u-itli all needed in the way its excellent qu tlity. is the cheapest Wid-! .

Drome-Quinine our baby boy l-iue orly three To add to the horror of the !situation the market at that price. A* a beveragi .
''of house at the
the remedy that carer a cold in one day months old and ew inu' n

\ \r" worse Thl'ltie. Chainberldin' C ivh Kfcnie- a f cede lam e. deadliest! of all snakes! rowestprices cash or credit.dASTOniA Hhipped in ca dy, they lot none of tl.eir plumpiieis indicate content If purchaser upon Hil'',
i ('att'r"d jtt'dmfnts or these
.\ >: ,n.tlltilrn! sere
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| i i .' : I mini
and came out in much better the whiskey I Is not sati-fied with the .
qu
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.. ents. of whiih! thousands: harp
> been
ry null i n : "i.I., 'I1.1 1M'llfllii I
p health than other children who did Bean>. / 'the Kind YiH h>8 AI3)S) BOL' can return the same at our expense ami
"- '.i r' 1"' 1011.1 ,i inn d..'!!.ir. tun not u-e thU remedy. Our oldest lit- killed by the eruptions were seen will be refunded.All .
!
tulhr! !! .1111)) ir d>nUr: tu.isurv n<
"r bil\"r ct-rttlicates now in sir syrup between whoop*.-JKS-*IK the flashes of luhtning gliding over TtGHTTEARSOLD currency. po=toflice money order bank dr.fi \

filiation and have the faces of the new I'INKKHALL.. Sprin ville, Ala the rocks and hurrying a\\3Y. as ilth ?, yO r'Z pre- money order.Ve refer to First N .

bills |iio\icd: with blank lim-s and This! remedy H for 5 lie by all druJ.- "v. too, had learned that then motto DR. KING'S L AH.DAR Bank or any merchant in 1'ensacola.
gists and medicine dealer
H>aie< Thl" would I IK- the ordinary tain home was no longer a sate plafrun '.

money or the iwy Ihe-i. when one llmv the 'nllo'u .''....I.. r. all.. I"I'll'S'E're. nati\e, prauncand TRY NEW DISCOVERYFOR S. A. FRIEDMAN.
wlsh.-s( mail lie takes
to "t'II.lliII.IJI'Y by
In tlii. itunm' unlii-altiij' -athir cursing in turn. Many exhausted
ouch i bi.l;i from Ins THAT COLD.
iMtckotbook. writes l I.,..] N U'liu' til'ntii out by the li'.ilthicriii.ittrf fell by the way and were unable tc
on its! f.n; '<- the' ii.iiii of the person or ., continue TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. :;tll.E P Ol'P.'ETIiR. PENSAI-OLA: Ki ...
s. svLia h al- ruin in .\IIU'I' ';i.rreuh .
firm to whiit'i it t is t., go; the city and luds are noted for their hard From I ocr.p Rouge to i:ort de Cures ConsuniptionCoughs
tate aril itti\is a two cent stain lit IsI 1'I' o. BOX -I'''. TJ-I.I'I'IO\l: !
iK'!>s. anal ;>ruiiiu ln-ils ue i o"> riilunlotislv France 1 by the -\foils] path traeledwas ,
Colds Bronchitis Asthma I I
the nnlKnte! it. with
canceling
1I'lIl1ln'] ; short that fvr..igu 'j.iIUl' are almost 40 miles That ilistanc flaa beOnWttew.ai. -- ----
inn Initials and d.ile.uinl signs his MAra
name often notch tan l late i fur thru M.iii.inrMirian .' PnoHmoniaHayFevorPleu- LrI handle every class of Liquoi-
,
0 (In the lJa'k. The bill which previous \ galste trade to pull\ "nlIniii Cures ri> LaGrippe Hoarseness bulk or bottle, wholesale or retail at I r'
Cancer, Blood Poison Eating y, : ,
iitiiilil is m
Jy w'aa i-i- money "t.intlytransformetl down
> !lTC'ss" ". TII'_ li.iuinnnk: rules in Sores Ulcers Costs are way
Nothing to
Try. Sore Throat and
1 into a itersniial I check and t' 'utraI .\ .
1II1'no.it. J.ip.tui: AGENT FOR THE
the United :t.ttes" :K; mriinunt. as safe lie l.n.l Blood poiion and deadly cancer Whooping Cough.NO FAMOUS PABST BEEfi
upon matliU1 n[>ou the tl for traiisiiiis-uiii .is ally hank check: are the worst and most deepseatedblood
with silo'.
a tiiKointortableuo.lcii) CURE. HO PAY.
This 'Is imloM'l in n lc-ttt'r l to the tars di"e-aes on earth the
yet
.
hiMdie-t. 'ihe Cliintse ue low l,,'d Price SOc. and S I 1. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE. WICKEStCO.
wm or firm linii: and l can be collect1 steadofun tlaborattly l'lr\'ell.-I.'JII easiest to cure when Botanic Blood -- I

by the re.-eixer upon[ idelitilicatiou don Uciltk Balm f is u-ed. If you have l>Ioo

at the po-lothcc name,!.-Argonaut. poison producing ulcer*, bone pan-, HAIR PARKER'S BALSAM Plumber Gas and

:No I....... fir lime Stand Lilo e a Sump \\'all.l pimple-, mucuotis patched, falling C1_ and ttmutifief, the hair. I Steam Fitter.
frouutr a luxunint frowthHover ,
hair kin scrofula old
itching rhenxati -
I have !'old Chambprldiu'Colic, .>tween your children and the Fail to Be.tore Or; I
: Cholera and Diarrl> =m or offensive form of ct irrh, Bur.to.. it...Youthful.... Color. :
.
Remedy fur torture- of itching and burning eczema S Cum P d huri., iutr.WEEKLY
+ No. b
cans -caledeadlv cancer, eat- 10" .nd11+"p Hro. 'lit South Palafox Street:
year, and would rather be out of c.ilJhead or other kin disease: ?
itigbleeding, festering sores -wellIIIKS All Kind o, Plumbing and Gas
I coffee and sugar than it. I *old live -How" why by using Kucklen' __ I Fittings Msterial Kep "ottTLKPHONK It'4
toHles ('I it ye-tenHy to tlHf'=her= Arnica Salve: earth' greatest healer. lump. persi-tent wart or sore ru Paw.s r -A n.SlXCK'.sOK ./
; that could 11I' no farther, and they (J'iicke-t cure fur Ulcer. Fever take Botanic Blood Balm i lB. B BIt HCIIKUl L I

are at work again this morninsf .":' Sore-. Salt Ithfum. Cut!. Hums or will cure even the worn case after FOR STEAM nivmosHAILVTAV
H. II. PJIEU-V: Plymouth. Okliho- Hrui-e. Infallible for Pile :!:Jc. everything else fail:. B. B. B. drains I
ma. As will be I't'il bth" above at W, A. J\lemhF-rte', drug store the poi-on out of the sy tent and the E.HCOLA C1H1CTtJtM"A. A. :M: .A.
blood then very
heal.
the threshers were able to keep on 121 :South 1'alifoxtreet.\ every ore making COMPANY.Trtlni M .
with their work without lo-mi a the blood pure and rich, and build-

single dav's time. You should keepa n"I.nm4 from tinorrhrrn Wood in? up the broken-down body. Botanic leave FensaeoU for the LIII.Bavon I !
bottle of this retried r in your home. ire In 1''Lfs.m. una.D CJlle fur couLa Blood Rum >lB. B. II.; thor- Bill HftjrcQ. vv rrlngton. Navy 'fa' : TO AVERY v u OLFtI1\

For ale by all dnigjri-t* and medi oushly tested for 30 year?. Drur and Fort Barraneal at : IMPORTER AND JOBBER
OF
rint'dt'alt'r". ,CHK, ! treatment free lo.uu a.m.arrive at Fort Barraocai... ..t I
by writing: Blood
T .\t C. V. 1:OU p.m.arrive at Fort Barrancai 1:*6 p t ,
Ihnmpwon'N Ni>. It South Balm Co.. Atlanta, Ga, Describe 8..'*) p. m. arnveat tort Barraccai 4:16 p t : HARDWARE.
1'alaf.iv trouble and free medical advice .6lp.marrlnatt'ort Barraacai I.Wp I I.SJO

Be-ide: the standard line! of stationery given until cured. B B. B. doe not Trains p.m.arrive eive Fort at I*ort Barranca.Barrarcai for 8:6611.1 Pens: ,,

we have, in tint, with envelope contain mineral poisons or m rcury'a cola atTlbam. I Iron, Nail. Axe, show Is. !Haw Mill! in,1 "" 'eamb'tat

Thlj signature ii on every box ot taw Rrnaica: to match : so inanyadvertiddremediedoj. arrive at Pensacola ..... a.Obi.tllwp I :-opplies, Cooking and Heatmb -tov ', pdnt. <>ili
laxative Royal Crystal Hond.Hurd's but compo"ed of Pure Botanic In- .
Bromo-Quininc! m. arrive l'en acoa.u.. 1I:6e r.D Window Glass, Gun, Pistols and r. -111114 Tackle.
the teuMdy that rare a told In one day Holland Hand redients. Over 30f-l tetimoni'il of !:oo p. m arrive at Pensacola.! ._ :t.6 p. t I

Ladie! Art Matlonery. cures by taking Botanic Blood: Balm enl 7:1)111 p m tn arrive, arrlveat at .Prctaola_.".. 7:6 p.f. I Agate and Tinware ana IIoi ii elHrnisliiiigAOENri nootl .
T Korean B. B. BI
You will have pride in you owu Mall, Kto :.Sp m a-rlvpat Peoiacola_ I:K o t I '
flower gardens if they are on your ArtitMaterial. Office Sur- -- -- -- 'teturday.otly FOR BIRMINGHAM HULLING MILL COMPANY'1 )
plies. Memorannum, Hook, Etc. The fine"t line of umbrellas in the Ant poa wttY DATe i
Your nusband
wngrouud. can buya All new and bright.we : city is at J. I. Stephens'. Go look Peoiaooia to YoU Barrancai sad return it Revere Giant stitched Ueltir./ Northampton Emery
borne, and he can do it now. although at them. Pen-acola to l'nylard and return_ liPeciacola I Wheel Co., I/ ftin & Rand Powder Co.. John:; on's Kalomine -

.., he" may think otherwise. -- -- '-- to Palmetto Kcb and retcrc; USC.1DAT Iron Kinu and Buck .-'tnvfe and Ranges, \Vm. I
Every woman want a home" of her CANDY tATHARTtC UI II'B IDUDI. Coup & Co.'.! Haw Hide Lace Leather. Jla urv'-
,, own, and if she will have a talk with Seasonable house ho I d when w"ath permits the rcnolEf c i Made Railroad Coos.! I
Thus. C. Watson & Co., the open coftcoei.Leavi I

leading Real Estate Agents, they and kitchen utensils at the a Pemaoola a. m. Lv Fort!0a.Karris m. .. Masonic Temple @ Pensacola. Fla !

can show her how easy it is to get An Willis Hardware Co.'s. 11 a. m. II m

one. soy. gMi'l'lHrFKHV Dr.Ik4.jenumne I p. m Ip.m ? M

Marston stamped C. C. C lever so'd 5n bulk rp.m Ip.m Ipm p.m PENNYROYAL PILLS 4e' CURE YOURSELF
$ Quina
carry Beware of the dealer who tries to sell Foley's Honey and Tar 'p.m.lp.ro 'P p K m / .. &IE. ,....In !. .'"' ".."'" tEare dlerhare.loda'C..BigEJfor '' '
the largest line matting, "jomcthinj just eood' j tl I .c. ar,("lIll'JIt..n.K' raw lalr5d..L .
at torchildren.safe.sure. Ab opiate 1I.m. 711.m E\( LIH eusa.td trratatWal or I.aurercrrs .
{r .:J.'. > ,- r.D ., : GuldIe tae. or mar.ae a ,
rugs, window shades, etc., rt&i roa 1t71'IIAT --,;- '; '. '.e, r.L...""ft'. Rrr aM.. rrere.ucwtarg Puekel, and -
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Mar e
I'eluaeola to ort Buran!!: ) ere. .
.J in the cityVe\ lay our R'lbberhose, all sizes, at We will launder your spreads for lard and retarr_._.._ it .,. Si fA''....." k. I'.rt'e..ra.r ;i.,.JlI.lln..dIta 9rriin T.t'.ul.1teo .. 4,. .r- a.|EM.SCMMC.o CItCd. gwt.rptt.uncr.cnrcIlIAro aold by Drntghbc ;
15 cents each niaooli to Palmetto Beaeb aa0ratnra. \ "*i J:.".'*. j jI
free. and make them tool __ __ .,,. L.Alea'ans.. r.tt.Ib .- 0.8.4. "or *ntioi pt.ra .HIP'(
the __ -
matting Willis Hardware Co.'s. like II- ""- -. I" late' ,.";,.., W : br eapre. prepaid. 1.
uw Star Laundry. No freight received after 1:16 p. m. I ,.; ...u.. a-.. I/.dk.4.akh.ler,,...... t I'lllLA"U".I, Y4 4.. 'y s pjraPJ'G.rcalar'i iou.orsu.iilM....4 ra rwar4G r'Y r

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DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA FLORIDA THURSDAY MAY 291902.


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u'f ,.I C-avnor_' Case--The Delayed.Gaynor. I RUINED BY TRUSTS. I|I I could not rise to my :t BROTHER AND SISTER DROWN. I GOLDDUST .I i.
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.: 'd >csterday bo- 'I J. M. Covlnqton a Tobacconist of Danville ':I feet without fainting. Little Children Lose Their Lives While St. ,t

iThe lawyers j Va., Commits Suicide. .
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Bathing Near Woodstock. ,
"I had suffered for three
rice that a writ years
{ lUchmonJ Va., May 23.-Jamca M. Woodstock Ga. I
2S.While
j May
.-Mie from Quebec! Covineton j Itrad..r : or more at monthly periods," writes "Let the GOLD DUST twins do your work.
a widely known tobacco ; bathing in the Little river near here
Miss
i- l.afoutaine Ella Sapp. of Jamestown,
proeonae I
of Danville, who for years priorto 1 Sunday the little 13-year-old daughter -
< ted with i I GuilforJ Co., X. C. "It seemedas ;
the advent of the tobacco trust did j and the 8-year-old of Mr. and
I son
.' dings and that }I though( I would die with pains I
a good business in the markets of ,, Mrs. W. M. Watts, Woodstock, were :
:. In' argued on itsAn Panxille and North Carolina, has com in my back and stomach. I could I drowned j J--

adjournment not rise to feet at all
mltted suicide at Danville. i> my The children were playing together 'II

Thursday He entered a private park, concealed f without fainting ; hadgiven i In the water, and before the danger i

himself until the gates were closed I I I, II up all hope of ever ,: as realized had gotten beyond their j!

ben Bolt's Author. for the night; and then swallowed 2 being cured, when one of j depth. Before help could reach them

,\ ->.-A committee ounces of laudanum I I friends insisted both I II
opened an artery my upon I were drowned. The river was

'.', 1 hy the board of in his arm cut his jugular vein and :j my trying Dr. Pierce's dragged and the bodies recovered in 5

-,...jl'tr of American laid down in a fountain so that his 1 i t Favorite Prescription. !, feet of water some 50 feet from the

.' msiriptions, for the head would be covered with water I With but little faith I ''I spot where the accident occurred.

.latnc monument over when he became unconscious. He was I I tried it, and before I had The two children were burled yesterday

; i; Tuouias Dunn Eng dead when found. I. I in the Mount Gilead
I taken half a bottle I felt same grave at

i or "It..n Bolt." Dr. His business had heen gradually I. better had better appe- I| cemetery, Rev. W. S. Rob rson con1 .

er: president of the curtailed hy the operations of the trust .1{ tite and slept tetter. i 1 ducting the services

: ptvill: determine I until he was practically driven out of i Now I have taken two

t.J stateliness of the I. the market and unable to make a living. tattles of Favorite Prescription TEARING DOWN OLD LANDMARK.

; .
I I and one of
I Covington had been hl.tinfrom his I Famous Old Dalton Building Giving I '
Golden Medical DicOVi
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;', ..Is Others to Know. I wife for two days. He left (letters to j Way to March of Progress. j
.-'I! I)"\\Vitt' Little i ery. and am happy to
his brother sister and wif telling of Dalton, Ga.. May 2S.-Workmen are
: ,ir constipation: and II i it tj say I am entirely cured,
his despondency and inal>ilt to exist engaged here this week tearing down
I tL'! '>' are all right. I > $ and ail done in two
ftthem for I thinkS against! the trusts. the old law office building of Colonel More clothes are rubbed cut than warn out.

.iud thing weou'ht --...-.---- monthtime when all Jesse A. Glenn, located on King street r

,W it." writes Alfred Gen. Joe Wheefer Goes Abroad. other medicines had failed ;in, "Lawyers' Ironit is one of the )

.- III. They never New York. May 2s.- Among the passengers to tio .civ '.{00.1 at all." landmarks of Dalton, ant I Is about the

--. :Sure afe pills. on the st'am"hip Philadelphia: ; Dr. Pit-roe's Pleasant oldest building here sh< -. it was GOLD DUSTwill

'y. John Sheppard. which sailed! today for Southamptonwas PPh'-t". .-. pleasant and ef- erected nearly 50 years ai I

I I General JostphVhe 'lr., wo! will tectiLixative The building was furor 1: j iy the law ,
clothes.!
I II' be abroad for thromonths.. i spare your back and save your
e 1 'ur JUIl'''') Accompanying to' tvuueu.THEY'RE office of JuJs James R. Blown broth

..' :" \ri-> <'ill...CklUWOrV kulni-y ills Sim.nl V. him were l.is dauidiu-is, Lucy, ..r of the late GOVt-i nor Jo* ph H. Better and far more economical than soap and

.. -- -- Julia and CarrieVhcflcr.. Brown, who now reside.at! 'anton other Washing Powders
.
:'iTOnl.r.-. : (.a. Judge Brown was; at a Ufi date
j Odd Titl. of Hner.
VjJ H3i Ai':
,131 111If1P' I of
judge the caerokee .
iu
I \mon;r the se\eny-one litlcs of th c uit Judge Made: cr.y: by THE: N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY.

i.ZM- : ; sultan of Turkey are "Abdul llami.l s /l.pander Crook also occupied( the build Chictga, New Yore Bassos; SULOUJ.-MaUers of OVAL FAIRY SOAP.
while he
tog presided the Cherokee
the IU'rrlally Victorious." "the Kienuil over

ly JMiiiliuc.:: : "tinKternnlly Invincible l : circuit. |

I, I i f ,1 "Distributer: of Crowns to the Heroes A new rnodprn brick building will
\ L i I \\L be sere t'd the site.I .
on
,: Iv Seated on the Throne and "::-liaotof
. ; I DR. MOEPETT'S Cures Cholera loaotu( !.
: (loll on Kartu.: ;j
V/ONDERS. yq Diarrhota.Dysenttry
lANNOUNCE1ENTS : The shah of Persia has also man, (II I WILL CURE CONSTIPATION.A. I the Bowel Troubles of

pompous titles, nnions them living "Lu- !I\ountf Mnrriri MHII'N Comment on I A. Herren Finch. Ark., write, g+ Children of Any Age.

...._ ,.___...._H. mimms Star of the Firirmmcnt. "The1 flip rriniiiiiie Itiilillv. l> "Foley's Honey and Tar U i the best fp1 )! Aids Digestion 'Regulate
One Star That lives; I.iuht to the Tcr-l preparation for coughs colds and BpVi6 TEETHING.POWDERS the Bowels, Strengthen
For State Senator. > "Say rriir! d a young niarrift] f
rl' trial Planet" "Pivot of the Unlvtrse" lung trouble. I know that it hail the Child and Make
i
',d- of Hon. 1Y. A. Hlount.. !iiiuii "they're wonders, sari iheyVj ..... ,'!' Costs Only 25 cents at Druggists, TEETHING EASY.
cured in first
and lanetic: Center of th i consumption the ....
!,
;.Hiince', him as a candidate Globe." i ii I "YcsttTd.iy my \vfe got out IIr bed tag-p"." W. A. D'Alernberte, 121 t s Or mill 25; tub to C. J. MOFFETT. M. D.. ST. LOUIS, MO.

Si-tutor from this, the Sec and ate about 1:111't i">und of :S. Palafox street. 'olllmb", tfJ. .'"". %-I, tH:t,
.t.ir'al District and respect- i The funniot title however is borne dlO'U'j I N. C. J. SlOFFETT-ttear IKx-tor: your TIrJ'i..T d.IHI110Irdrr.
j late cream candies, the remains - ----- tie
t' -upport of all Demo- !!, by the ruler of Ava. a small kingdom .<,) to our little grand child with hai>piet exult*. The (effect
box that I'd fetched j were ahnot u.agienfar.drewtninlysnore
home
the evening tlrttltlJu[ lure
.mat the comill,' primary. on the Imnlers of Afghanistan. This II To Row In Harlem Regatta. treerer imed. Your very truly, torythrtnlron.rnyt: \',
111'fol'p.fJl'r that she didn't
j nioimrcli !sign all his! decrees ns follows want any New York May :23.-C. S. Titus, the I (\-01(' Iliyhop Southern Methodist f/mrcJi.) l\mtor of tit. I'aul ("""<(',,.
breakfast! but she drank a couple oJ
For
Representative. : "Sisneil; : and sealed by the king:; !i amateur champion "('11111'1", who last; !
iid-iot cott1.. I.oftin take copy of coffee. She went shopping In TIME TABLE.
: I:
of kin;;*, whom all the world should Friday withdrew his entry for the liar- I
i announcing him a* a I the morning, and while shopping she i ,
.. obey, bemuse he preserves life in al! 'lcm regatta on Decoration day. has !
.1; for Representative in theurt 1 1i drank a strawberry soda and a choc1'i LOUISVILLE AND :NASHVILLE
j i human beiim.-, because he regulates tlit i reconsidered his decision and will row RAILROAD.
.
from Escambia county j i she'' i
I elite ice croon >:, .Ia. 1'or lunch IEFFECT: DECEMBER: 1, Uwl
"> desire the support of all |i! beaSt):!". |,e -:lIt"(' he is the father of tlif j had in the senior single: Scholos, of Toronto
of
a glas* milk n couple of cluei
i itin the comin primary.; MIII anil l.i-.-..iurhe is"tbe kius of tlit :j jiwiutyfour 1! olate eclairs, apiece: of hot mince pie I I, who is to row at Henley, anti New Orleans and Mobile.
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nlnbrellas.lu : 'I Juvenal, of Philadelphia: also are entered -- ---
and Then
some candy. she went shopping ;
For Renresentative. i order; to onvince the skeptical that i in the Harlem '>0.". !Iou... o.:). No.B. 1Noe.,
fritudf Henry C. Clopton I I some more and stopped at a counter rojatta. 7.15! a 12:1;; m Ibl.'i g Leave. ... P"nncoa.rrln! 5:1111 a' 4:011 p 9,10
UIICB !l.tiu aa candidate for theyar'! nil inimeaniiiL': ::: words twentyi where a woman was 'demonstratIMS' 11:50' 1\ :!::!1 p I 1:1:: 110 Lure..... J-Iumaton ..... Leave 2\ a !:80 p T:55 p p
i f.mr uiiiUrelhis ..re always kept in tin : 111):' a is:2 p 4:;;u5 a Ll'ave.. ..., Mobile ...._._ Leave t4son't 1:1:15 u 5:00
vitntativin the Ln i ilatureI'1 kill:::'s priv.iif! 1'1"1'1.roley's I some liPkind of pickles. Mjwife Vaudeville on Ocean Liners. ..........._ 'I"p' 1:*) a Leave ..New orlf'an:..l.l'avl- XIp __ 7:9-a ___....._p
.1111 Ks umbit: 1'iiuiity and request ; ate about six of those pickles 1 New York. May Arrangements s : -

ue support of all democrat in the i Then !she flitted on to arv>ther 'demon are reported to have been made for the North.

'ni: -democratic nritnary. Honey and Tar strating' counter and went up againstt I t introduction of vaudeville! ontortainmenus No, t. Nt), a. : No 1 No I.

For Representative. colds pneumonia.C&2C&ZXX& a plate of some newfangled cereal on some of the ocean liners. The 1Ln5 pm 12:1; pm.. Leave ... P"n-al'ola ...A rrlve 4:1I u pm 6:.)' a mtI'i
cures prevents a ill d:57 p m I Arrive. Montgomery ...I.eave 11:15 a m 9A5
friends of Clia*. M. Cos ton an. --- covered with sirup. Then she had a I scheme will be given: a trial cn thei 11:5\1 am 99 pm I Arrive. Brcnnaghsnt ..Leave tIlaam: /tt6 p m

rum as a candidate for rep- raspberry soda. Then she ate a little! i i steamer St. Paul's next trip out ofi 7:')) pm 3lclllo m 1'1'1N".bnlle .....Lt'av6 ..... ..... .... .pD1..
ive in the legislature from ? G& + I 2iIJ: a ill 1:1:1: a 1U Arrive .... Loul1IJ1f ..... Leave 9:15 pm 2:15 '
dishful of some tirokind of canned j I a m
i this port. The entertainments will b? 7:1f a m 11:5 am ArHyy..Clnclnnatl..l.eare Aral p m 1I:1

tnunty.andthey all democrats; in the a-k com-the PUBLICITY FOR !salmon that Side ''demonstrator' push | furnished entirely by male talent, according I .ryam lopm: .. __ \rrl'l"e LOUII..Le8VlI_ /aSpm: tt:55pm----pm
'
eel in her direction. Th'rhe went t to present plans. PENSACOLA AND RIVER
ry. JUNCTION.
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THE PEOPLEI tie luntliipo, n .iiniin!; 'luTinc; the per I

far County Treasurer.e formnnce about a i>ouiid of peanut brit Rabbi Newfield Re-Elected. -o.21-Daily-- --:y ;{ 10 stop where time not shown SO. 2-Dally :r. :r.-DaIl1

myself a candidate form E\ery Word Costs You a Cent tle. When I got home I found her Iy ,: Birmingham Ala. 11:55 p m 7l ) a m ,Leave .....- Ptltl9a ol ...._Arrlve 10:50 pmfI:8 I- -) m-
for the position of Ins don u, puttering from a bad head : May 2S.-At th* I leas; night 7:1:1" I .". ... ..... Iobl'DUa........ 11):17" I sale p"
-urerof Kcatnbii coun- and Ft cry Wrrd is Head ache. meeting of the congregation of Jews I 1211" 7'11" ........ Ynlestrs....,_... II lose II I egos: "
By Eterbody.11UNLi I I2:5 h 7,1 I I ........I'ambla,........ loss: I "
:lie action of the demo. 'XIII wondersaid f-he to me, in Birmingham Rabbi Morris Newfield I 1.:1; 7:5 Of ..... .... Mulct ........... IO.S; ? I 1\57 say '
.', + ', 'what in the world 'ouldl1Jg was elected again for a term of two It\I h 71" ? .. ... ..... Harp ..,.. ..... IO1 II 5:9): ,
J. W. FRATEIl. ( nua I 1.5oI" 7\3"' .Of .........Galt City......... II 10:15 u I :
Y rroMONKY LINi headache1 years. Dr. Xewfleld has been In charge I 1:1::'>'1 II iJIi Of ........ Milton... ....,. 10:11) 67": to
.._._ ... -,......_ _.--. of the congregation about au 1-SO am. .. ...... Good Bange ..... ...... .6:2.1
About month she had coWl years :5"
or Tax Assessor. a ago a I...., h I 9:1.i: : h Of ...... .... hells .... ...... 815" :, .. !
uuuunce myelf as aelection TO LOAX-On household faro l that I was afraid was going to develop I 2r1 I 9A: I" .. ........ :\tlll'tan ..... 9:51 I 4:"
: as Tax: A;- Jonal property.horses, cone Terms and easy.all kinds Htnctcst or per '{1 into pneumonia. She started it by pv I ;:II"" X"9 "Of "" ..-......C'rl'itvle......-... 11:111 II /ep 4:11""
I 3;)} 'IjIj; ..1)eerLand ,..._ II :
iMibiu county, subject secrecy Jii 11{ South Iu Palafox rantl't'd.street.MONKYTOLKXDoa Apply. to A. A. Fisher ;; ins shopping during: slushy raw weal- I 1IJj! Of lIh II U ..>.n... Mossy Head..._ SM"111" i I .3t'l:Sj ""
f the democratic pri- In soled low shoes I 1:1):1: II II\3"! ..Ve.'unlakl-lprlngi.. Of 8 Ii" : "
cr and thin
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improved rt'aI1'8- paper A WEAK STOMACH 1:19 ," 8U" ........... Arfyle. .....-. 7H" I !!:SI"
amounts at low silk stockings. Then !she stood for ten I 4:4): 81' .Of. ....Ponce! d' Leon..... 7\I" %
:111"
W.W.RICHARDS. Ii!)} )0):11) ... .. ...18tvllltJ......_ "
rates Interest. Call on Leslie K. Drooks.sttorn'y minutes in the basement areaway In \Vhen the stomach is weak 7:17' I I'5y I.
inl 6:0'4 i !JI:! h.. ..... l'aryvllle......_ 7:12 ::4.1
law. H.
Faiafoz ,
at !, Ht. "'Isberbulldtng. "
for Tax Collector. Vmlm her bare head and with n thin house your food remains undigested, I bat ,):', h...........JODlby__........ t.5. i! L 1:27: "
and fill I 8:1)0) {I 1":17" Of ......... ..... : I :
MI: 'iince myself as;; a jacket on and house !slippers! tellins:; you to receive the prop. .. l.hlpley Sf,7 L'04 "

...flt-cuou: as Tax Col.! MONEY T MA\honow-Doyoj need money? i the washerwoman how she wanted the er nourishment from it. Try a I I\ltl 7:'.} to t I JJ.I'j'11:5" .' .............C'ottondal.5arianna.........._.. ?" euu 5:19 ?" 14:99 noon"

i -. !'ii i county subject:1 to-dx.v on e.isiMst terms any and amount lowest you want ratesInywhere <:. clothes done up. Then !she took a r'.1- doe o[ HOSTEITEK'S STOMACH:: I 7jI) ." J II:415: t... .. .._ l'yprps.. .... 6a7't: 1"14 IItS: ; am
dt-mocratic obt. \>!!eoa improved city real BITTERS: after each meal. It 7:10} 11:5: -..:. rand Ridge..... 1i'I'J 11:4f: ..
pri- 1., hot bath and dressed immediately ami 1 :: >1" 115 noon .... KO"8d. .. ...... ..
estate-from W m. ti her, :2u4vj Bouth: 1'ala- {' will aid the stomach iu its work I 6:1 IVio
fox street. IntfTK went rl-lit out to buy the Sunday (lit- of 916 1:15" Arrtve.lUverJonstlon..Leave 6:1' 1\:31: "
digestion and DvsTKisiA
H I 1)\ I.K.MIKKTE.For : prevent I .
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standing outside house -
YOU WANT TO BOKUOW MONEY ner. the market: COSTU'ATWJIlL': I .

l jx t.ollecor.Ii. I Invest money, insure! your property pro 'i for nn hour or so riltiug with the women lors.NKfs.: : and NfcKvorsNK>s =GOLAY- CHOICEST
w IHlingprantif'i oureab,tracts of title, buy or sell real estate friends she nut t. Then she went Try It.

i I.?.- fur Tax rentscollected, rent property of any description have !o the theater with in,,. against niv Grist and
or your taxes attended to, HOSTETTER'S Corn Weal Mills -of'-
I K--:
t'! ht u sub- cation I I
county or addreM Tbo-i. C. Watson A Co. H'leinn protest, wearing nothing; on tier
i i Titic to be Real Kstate and Insurance agents PtlOSIc \- :
pi unary
"-' iai reijue-t theM Kla. Charges: moderate. To everyone i I head but an sieves that weighed one STOMACH BITTERS. i ra. F. GONZALEZ 4 CO., Prop i

i i' :ir'TMN.: '' with who buys which a to lot build from a as house.we will lead money Bd-tf eighth of a grain, and it was cold I f FRUITS INOCONFECTIONERI f Y YAT

---- enough on lLat night to chase u polai : Manufacturers
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Member School --- ----------
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Board. I'or nl'nt- bear into an ice cave. !: CHOICE .\L"\'tU PL'IIKGUOUNE -

It :M.Agertonherei.uididaey ': ..-...... -- -- N *>-- "She had sm-h a cold the next morning PROFESSIONAL i
CARD STOCK I
j FEED
for the 0 X K OK TWO nicely furnisacJ rooms at I II I that she couldn't talk. .._ __. I!'! C. APOSTLE'Sid
member of the' ii South :spring street alit I 'Now, what in the wide, wide M Patronize Home Industry, for there li

'in! di-trict No. .'?, i iI --- world" ; said "she to me when she'd got W. C. ROWE, M. D. I Stock every reason Feed from you the should Home buy Manufacturer your Meal and I ,

I-' mocratic primaryi itA1.19111:1.1'--\.Nri'n.--I I her pipes thawed out a little bit 'could far by so doing you encourage home tndui- East GoremeDt Si
!. i ---- OrEce: 1.'; S. I'aUfox. try. Your money Is left in the community ,
---- -- 1\TAXTKI>-Men to learn barber trod, ht\sriu-ii me a cold, do you think?' and you In torn are Indirectly benefited.
i r i n-nty, Commissioner. {!1 II Ili-ren yourchanceonly: eight, weeks .j I I ''Oll. they're wonders all right; HOUri from sto9na.m.and I ta t p. mandafte1 fostering the home manufacturer yon Formerly Cordova Restaurant Stan!!
rl"julr"rt. steady contribute to the
practice expert instructions To'clucic. case: of labor. You owe
: : J.V.. Brewton of ,lectures.tooNpreSHnted.wa;esSaturdays I i, enough." concluded the nuns marriedi : it to the community in which yon live and Owe car-load of Pineapples at 1.75 -

,.iiitiounce him as a j jliction I; ., diplomat l'atal gul'granted mailed ,free.po;,itioni Moler guarsteed. Harb Prima; :.i u. shaking; his head dismally au,I Phono GCJ. which contributes to roar support to $2.()) per dozen. :
r from said :
-" i ift l oIlegA. Sew Orleans, La. niStf razing at the ceiling: of the car as if .
to the action of the | .
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I I the key to the eternal feminine riddle -

-.. ', tgIIt" '\'UIIII'II. I were inscribed there. Washington
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Bounty Commissioner. \\r.STEIIjo.t soliL-ilor: will pay I|I Tost. __ ._ _
r. Ji'Imsoti hereby an- \ \ eood commission! to right one. 'F. E. raw's One-Pi ice
\\1'1. Cash
-i i if as a candidate for dress escarethlsotilce. mM I I A LESSON IN HEALTH. HOUSe

\ ?uutcommbsioner :i -- Healthy kidneys filter the impurir -
kinds ot empty bP !1
1 t r"ur. K.
will/ of the democratic --- =- = .- I IFUH i do this good health is Impossible. ,

finning primaries: He' I"oiAJ I:. Foley's Kidney Cure makes sound CUT
PRICES
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r the reason that he OK HALE-Tae most desirable lots In kidneys and will positively cure all TWO 1
,II! 'P and thinks he canto I. the city on easy terra, by the Kisher 1 ,i forms of kidney and bladder disease. sass
the bet interests ouuty. [ Real Estate: Agency :!Oi;, South Palafoi; It strengthens the whole system

If his friends :: itreet. I almPOL'l.'L'UY. W. A. D'Alernberte 121 1 H. Palafox 10( ))) yards Dress !Swisses worth Gc 21) dozen Ladies' Lisle T.hrel50'I

!, interested agree with 'street. yard, 10 yards for 30 cents. i Vests, worth 3-5 cent. yours for 20 !t Diaper pieces Medicated 2tinch Cotton

v tl l appreciate their sup- ........ ......... ........ ......... -.. ;', I cents. SSc 10yards in a piece, worth
I 1010 yards Dress Dimity, worth for this sale, GOc.
COMB BROWN LEGHORNS I
SINOLK lvely, Stock and Eggs for sal \. A. Wade & Son "'.-.c, 10 yards for 45 cent !| 1000 Boy's and Men's collars .
100 dozen
,
County Commissioner. > Leave orders at WillisHartwareCo'a. llwtf! I IIIA1II : broken I I' Ladies' Fast Black, Full
sizes to close 3
out at each.
Seamless
2wX> yards bleached yard wide Do- j Hose, regular 10c
myself a candidate for CJOOO.-i. ; mestic 10 yards fort,) cents. I 200 Ladies' Whitefar'I this sale, 6e a pelt goods,
Madras 4
and ; for
'ulit\ commissioner for -'- ;; .-* REAL ESTATE .< I pair
.. HARAH BEIRVEMannfacturerand I Waists, worth 75c and
1I $1 to close at :
at primary: to be held dealer in Hair Goods, Hat. Toilet 2000 yards unbleached Sea Island ; 45c.
...ii ak for the support of Articles Hair Oil etc.,s.tg W. Government' I I Rental Agents and Money Brokers yard wide Domestic 10 yards for 45';' I 100 dozen Men's Seamless Half
itreet. Hose In brown
cents. i j red and black
50 pairs Lace Curtains I Sc for
--- 2J4'yards
LEE IU.MELL. ; i: i US "'l'.t Jmeminent St. a paIr.
t ----' - 1.9oWez- ........ ....... e4 For.... --'unernla.- - 2000 yards Embroideries, regular / 4c.long, regular 75c good, to close at I 2. d ozen
r County Commissioner. FLOWERS FOR FUNERALS furnish price 1}.-, to &>jC/ 10 yards for 45 cents. T Men'Sa French Droppedfetitched .

uiiuounce myself as a Miss '1 tien Moreno |I City Surburban Property and 25 dozen Large Turkish Bath T > worth 40c to
r"eniregon w close
I at 25c each.
r reelection a+ county phone CD. 8J8: '1IdlmC I'I 1000<: yards Dress Pique and Ducks, els, worth $2, will close at $L20. Drawers to mat'sh.
-r from district 2 of Esuy. worth 10 and 12j2'c; ly: yards for 85i 30 dozen Men's
= Fancy
: subject to the action | v'.r FLO'Jh:1th. Timbered Lands for Sale. each.
ratio primaries July 15 -- --- ....-- Towels, for this sale, at SOc dozen. ers to match. Dr w-
KLOWEKS: and Floral lOW Dress I
teslgns- yards Cross Bar worth
CUT '
-upportof the 35
voters. Moreno for customer Rents Collected Prompt Returns Made 8'nc,10 yards for iI) cents.! dozen 23xl2-inch Toweh, re't2 dozen Ladies' Black
JOHN and
(WELSH.r : Miss Violette t'S West Gregorphone8l ) ular 10e goods, for this. Iale. a. I Silk Tatfetta Colored
Waists
). Y9dlm ,
dozen. regular
price
County Commissioner. 25 dozen Ladies' Bleached Vests, 3.60, to close at ;220 each.

1- of W. A. Shelby here i I, Summer Law School. Valuable City Property, Improved |I with tape in neck 6 vesta for 25 (ij)) yards: White Batiste Lawn This sale will

\1' his candldacyforre- ; UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA. :i and l"nilIlllro\C'cl, j> cents. regular 12J quality 10 yards for 65c. for longer than one positively week.P. not run
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county commissioner In Virginia moantalns. Sid 8 am me r. Jaly for Sale. i ii
11 X O. 3 of Escambia 1 to ptember 1. 11.:*'.'. By the Law Faculty. '' !
't'ttothe action of the Helpful to beginners; candidates for the E. BKAWNER'S ONE-PRICE
primaries July 15, and I I I bar;and to practitioner who have lack i List with Us your Houses for Rent j CASH HOUSE
For
8ystl'matlclnstrncton. catalogue,address !
"
::
ie hearty
of all
support

i. l':. B. Bl.VOB, Sefrf tir;, Chulotteirillr, T... 1 We Guarantee Satisfaction. j I f\) gl05; SOUTH PAUFOX STREET. @ '







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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA FLORIDA THURSDAY MAY 29, 1002P




11 I I I Rr03 rI :JI 33: : ] A 'THE 17TH ANNUAL '!PUBLIG SCHOOL I II !1!|I Rocheblave.Select Brave Reading Kate Shelley Myrtle-Norman.Jessie de 1 i';! Stroigest! t ID t theThe eWOM\


: S I tj Politics and I EXERCISES :i i Debate-"Resolved that the jury. ''
jj COMMENCEMENT CLOSING system should be abolished; NegatueMary
i I ,' Eagan Celeste Bobe; Amrma1 42J Annual Statement for reap
a stared at the Post Office at Pecsacola I 1!| the Richard Stillman William Me- Ending December JUf. Jinn nt
;
Ha*iecond-cla matter. V I i ',,
Cormick.
.; OrfICE :-Pltfi Building, 211'i) South: The closing exercises of public Violin Solo-Lillian Jacoby.For .
Politicians. $ OF PUBLIC SCHOOL NO. I AT
. Palalci street, up-..talrs.I ._ school SI). 1 took place this morns I I THE[ [EQUITABLE l[

I CO. THE OPERA HOUSE TO-NICHT. s ing and the following interesting Over Sin} Yf'an.
! THE NEWS PUBUSHINC k I "
I I program was rendered: MRS Wr SLOW'S BooTHise SYRUP baa
: I. B. HIL80N, Managing Editor. b :} :JI ] "-: been used for over slits yean by rolllloniol ,: UH ASSURANCE[
i ; Grade 5, Sections A, B, C. ,;i mothers for their children while teething \ SOCIETY
I W. M. BALL Business Manager. Clutter! hall will be used tonightfor j, The seventeenth annual commence- '1 I' with perfect incceBi. It soothes tbe child wind, .
I Salutatory-Jeanette Israel. softens tbe gnms.allftyiftllpaio.carei
i Terms: Invariably in Advance. the commencement exercises of iinent,; of public school No. 1 will be The Bannet-Clara Frenktl. colic.and U the best remedy for Disrrboe Assets . ,. . . M.; j: y.-.
1 the little sufferer lm
r OAt Year by Men .. .........$5 WI' the Catholic Creole school, therefore ;conducted at tie opera house to-night Lost Tommy-Willie Wood. I' mediately.It will relieve Hold by poor Uruggius in every nan R ,

8U Monthl ... .. 100j i I and a most interesting program has Florodora Sextette-"Tell Me Pretty of the world. Twenty-nve cent a bottle | Liabilities." -. I
I' there will be no meetingof the Democratic ( Be tare you ask for"M re.Wlnslow's Sootb. j
On 'Week.by Carrier Payable Monday 10 i Len arranged for the closing exercises Maiden, Ida Mallory, Alva Moog.j ing rap.,"and take no other kind. j --
j I League. The League will I Nancy Choate, John A. Kirkpatrick.I| I II I Surplus(from which DITI-

!! Mrtrliiirg Pates Furnished on Application meet next Thursday evening, June :of this institution. t Mary Morgan Aubrey Weiland, Sadie j! dends: arepaidJ"'l _71\ :_* ._
MYERS
The exercises will commence CLUB HELD -
| j Jones, Harry Friedman Lillian Harris, | :
I TELEPHONE NO. 118.PEHSAOOLA !' 6 when interesting and important Paid to Policy-holders in
promptly at S o'clock and the follow I Thomas White. I
i I When Father Carves the Duck-, I9IJI..f :277; ; .
All who andi
:
bU ines will be transacted. ing program has been arranged NO MEETING '"
Myler McMillan. i New Insurance ia 1901. .$ 245s* .-
become embers of the i I will be carried out: ,
'desire to :
uiilbN LA EEL I i I Kittens and Babies-Helen Olson. Total Insurance in force .

League are invited to attend thatmeeting. ;{ Order of Exercises. Music on the Rapahannock-Sarah Dec. 31, 1901! .. ... .$1.17- \'

f' j O\"frtllre-ChafIer's Orchestra. Goldstucker. | Last evening at 7 o'clock, a number Notwithstanding the greater
:
The Chicken's Mistake-Claude :
MAY 29. 1902. I 'I Song-Class '02.I I Kirkpatrick. 'I of gentlemen, possibly fifteen, cial strength of the Society aij'! : .
Bassett.
Salutator-Besse Caro
General Lamar has demonstrated It's Nice to Be a Boy-Cecil ,: greater security which its p ;lvl.
i Jolly :
I hall for the
Essay, \Iuslc-Effie Belle Duncan gathered at Clutter's holder thereby enjoy the K.A !'Fare '..

A TAMPA clergyman has just i, by his every act, as citizen, legislator i -J tion-ChatfH's<< Orchestra. Wolfe.Half Way "Doin's"-Grace Anderson. 'i purpose of attending the regular LOW and GUARANTEE: .

preached a notable sermon vigorously Parkhill Medal Contest. I ter than given by other tour; I. _.
i; and attorney general, that he is I Song Mocking Bird's Message i' meeting of the Myers-Mallory Club.
denouncing "the three great society | Mona's'aters -Nellie White School.

evils," dancing, card-playing I the friend: of the people,.ready to defend !I 1 Richards. I!!I j When Pa Was a Boy-Florence ji I'I j' On account of other attractions in KXOWLES

and theatre-going.; Could he find I them at all times against combination "The Polish Boy"-Markham N I i Davenport. ] the city and alsQ on account of the I II BROS.. I

Broughton. I The BoV.f-ss! Town-Walker White : ,
I
of the
made the interest
nothing wore than the-e in Tampato I ? in !! "In the Signal Box"-Alice Mary Grandpa's Spectacles Maude Robin 1! early hour at which the meetinwascalled General Agents,

denounce? '1 few again the many. A vote for Haley. ', .
son.How Chairman Avery explained 3u9 t;. Palafox St.. PENS ,
art3Ct1S to the Gladiators"llarVagenheim.
Lamar means a vote for your best : Kate Shelly Crossed the Bridge
IN consequence of the "boycott" : ry \ i Tenevie\e Marzoni.Visht" the meeting would stand adjourned

operated against the meat packers interests.I Piano Solo "Grande Marche de Con i iI 'I "\ IVuz" a Girl-Dent subject to the call of the chairman.
,
throughout the country, mostly In a I.I ceit"-Mary Morrison. ;; Laney. ORANGE MINT
but localities had a talk with Dr. Gilbert William '\ A. Bount! Prize Essay "Robeit'i Our Club-Desdamona Williams. All the ollicers were present a- was
!some
quiet way in I .
with more or less noise and tumult, ? of Tallahassee yesterday. He ,i ii Lee"-U.ie Essay, ")I.laJs"DuthaIuriel Caro! Bassett. \'iolin Bennie Duet-Flower Heinburg, Miss Song Nicholson, Reginaand 1 also several member of the new Is a New Drink

the volnme of their uulntsin Chi- i is an enthusiastic Lamar man and William ai"(: t. club organized Tuesday night inVest

cago, at leart-has fallen oft more. if Leon county-Mr. Myers' \'aledietory-Lenie Pou Gould.home"-I Kentucky Philoophy-Rosa Zung.Sonifboily's \ Government street! ,-\i-
says '
Piano Solo "Home Sweet Ferdinand
than one-third.! such a method is. Mother -
home county you know-doe-n't, Lawrence C. Green.Presentation Finch. There wa more than ordinary interest ....ANDERSONS.Garden "
than Mr. Kuox's
better injunction.
give Lamar a majority of the votes of the W. A. Blount r.o>Richard Saunters. attached to the meeting of
medal to Bessie Caro Bassc-tt by Rev ,
: A Five O'clock Tea-Ruth Ella Gon
edition" -
THE luopageanniversary \ cast, it will mo*t. Any candidate P. II. Whale '. CmmjttHHon.: P. K zalez. i list night on accoint of a r.t.'chi fools in ei, 'fvariety ,

of the Birmingham News wa Yonae. Hon. John S. Beard Rev. P. H. Hilma Greene. i' from Senator who
who is not absolutely sure of his The Last Hymn- promised Myer ,
of southern afternoon i and at rock \tx i' ,
a triumph i Whaley. !j Katie and Willie Gray-Katie Reed < ll
journali-m and graphical art. own home vote has a mighty poor Presentation cf the Parkhill :\Iedall Which General-James Peake. had arrived the night previou Mr. prices at the llh.lli

Besides a mo-t liberal advertising how of election.: Matters stand thu by the committee. j When Teacher Conies to Stay AllNightOliver ( Myers did not leave the hotel to attend ware Co.'s.City.
Presentation of Helen Fisher Memorial >[
patronage the content exhibit a in Leon: A large number of the Medal Hilma Green by Hon The Little Peddler Philips.-Lillian Harris. the meeting, however but afteran

complctnes- hi-torical and de- mot inllueutial democrat; of the Cheevc-r L. Shine.Presentation Our Flag-Daniel Walker Ravmond adjournment had been taken several -
I :ripthe nutter profusely illutrat- I cf Diplomas-Hon. A White. Charlie VanMatyre. CItiec I I Taxes !
I
of tho senator's
had given Mr. Lamar a*.ur- warm upport-
td, which testih'-- the wonderful county V. Clubbs. Kinnon.

growth and lusty vigor of "Therittsburg ances that they would support him Song-Class) '('2. i \'all'dittory-\r.gus Fiater.Mtiiic. ers went to the Merchants and had a
SoilChaffer's Orchestra. j
of the nouth." ;Before Mr. Mytrs came out under long and pleasant conversation with Remember the mam
Class 02-Mcttc: "Palmam Qui Meruit Grade 6. ,
him.____ He__ ,'erinlh'_ lat
from Mr. Lamar's enemie was ,. night
IRS. DENNIS EAC.AX Jacksonville I pre-sure : Te rat. I, Edna Wilkerson-Grandma's De u thing to do now is to pay

!state regent of the Daughter i -and they are going to vote as theypromised. Clata May Andrews, Bessie Caro ruand.Ila and talked freely with the coterie of
taxes before.youareadvertised
of the American Revolution arks, I; Bassett. John R. Choate" Markham N Henderson-In School Days. gentlemen. your city
: Broughton Annie Christopherson, Etta n..iIly-Papa Was Stumped.
in the Metropolis, for information of I I You
II I -- To-night the Union Democratic ,
Effie Belle Duncan, Julia Kate Gay Honour Barnette-The New Bonnet

.>r correspondence: with the descendants i I see that: the friends ofV.. M. Lomie POll Gould Lawrence C. Green Charles O\'erman-The Night Wind : Club will tender a reception to Mr. are now paying 3 per

of a number: of Revolutionary :'Airerton of Pine Barren have an- i j Alice Mary Haley, Mary Morrison, Mary Louise Robinson-The Old
: the cent interest.
at meeting
pensioners whose names appeared in I Katrine Douglass Laney, Celestine I Man Goto Town. Myer place-the ,

the! census of 1S40 accredited to pounced him as a candidate for Quina. Nellie White Richards Her j I Bertha Lkhten The New Burglar i former truck house. Every Myer N. McK. OERTING
bert S. Roberts, Jeffie Smith, Frances Alarm. ,
member of thechool board from j I
Florida and them the following i is lend his
among man expected to presenceand "
s\\aim'. Harry Waeenheim, Bertha J Florentine Hoffman-A Song of the I City Tax Collector.
111.1:
listed: to cambia county: district :thrE-t- Mr. Agertou is a Muriel Williams\ Lizzie Waite. '' Camp. make theshowing as large as :

Amanda M. Dad and MalY :;. WilFCUITIVK !splendid gentleman: and he would be Class Honors. i Fannie Gugf'uheimThe Countersign I posible. Mr. Myers will address I

khltltn valuable member of the I II Lomit Pun Gould Valedictory. Was Mary. Your
a board. ': Money
Hazel Maneely-Thrf'els11s.. the assemblage.i .
-- --- Bessie 'aro llassettSalutatory.Ellie I
txtracts only from the His is the first announcement for :, Belle Duncan-Essav. I Julia Hernandez-Grandma's SurprL i. -

great speech of Henator Hoar of :, this important ctlice.Vho will be ;i Benha Muriel Williams, Essay. !: e. A! Your Dealer for Allen'a 1'uot.Eai:
Massachusetts have reached thus I j Osgood Williams-The Railroad A powder for tbe fret. It cures Swolleu'ore: : BackITII01
us, Class Officers.;
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the candidate from the other di-i 1 I Crossing. ilot.rullcui. A'bIDg.IS""IIDIl: leet.C'ornu
far, but from them, and from the I Frances Suainc Pnsnknt.; I Louise .\ckprman-The White Ron and Bunion-. At all druggets and buv
:, trict? stores,:!:IC. Ask today.
comments of the pre*, the fact appears -; Jdfle Smith-VicePresident.HerUit and the Poppy. : .. __ .V

that: no nobler exposition of I --- I' S Roberts-Secretary. ,, Belle MtKinney-A Dear Little WOHH II'
!| Lee Dankll i* thu far the only .\nni. ('hi-istopherseu-Treasnr'-r. Goose. SECOND FATALITYTO
inalienable right; and national duty,
Ctlebtine: QuinaCritic.John Ida Richards-The Baby in Church BUFFALOBaking
candidate for commi-sjouer |
as applied to the situation in the : county R. Choate-Libiarian.
lJialogup-Clara: Kodieblave, Florence -
Philippines, ha* been delivered in from district one. Lee j-i a live ;: Class Ushers-Elected from Class '03. | Halsy, Fay Heinberg. RAILROAD MANFreight

the United States .euator else young real estate agent; competent !! Edwin Clubbs. Harry Lurton LcqMarzom 1: Mamie t'wart-The Georgia Volunteers. Powder

where-for a long day. It will Richard StiJlman. William\ ---
many !! bJ"ineman and one who is well: : i '
Eulalie Hutc'hinf'on-Tbe Little
constitute, a, a democratic camp.ligndocument I )1 l Connie k. Carl-ton Ou-lmian, Herbert '! Rebel. train No. 17, which arrived I-,e- not Jive Pert .
qualified to look after the buinesof Caro. Blackeyed
;In arraignment of the the The pupils of the school are requested Jaiif-Ue :'IIrJ.follan-Y.ittJe Chrl tf1. seven hours late lat night fiatifactionGuaranteed
administration that will be county.
present
Irma \ca\'iI-\lInt Duleful's!
I 1 to l.e present.at the school buildingthis ; here railroad
brought a nexru em
unanswerable.ONK THE POLITICIAN.I'oley's : morning at 9::0 instead of S:3 C Visit. '
o'clock for the forenoon exercises i!: Georgia Buyer-Biddy's Troubles. ploye named English, who had a
of lVn "acola's leading real Nina Wolfe-The Baby at Church.
:
Honey and Tar contain \ \\ticli will begin promptly at 10 leg broken while at work near Cottage -
estate operator said to a NEWS man nw opiates and can safely be siren o'clock. I Margaret Giles-So Am I. I
\\llt'at-One of the Heroes. Hill.i .
today that he had never known asgreat to children. W. A. D'Alemberte, Amon the graduates is Miss Clara
Andrews who has the best recordfor Marjorie Holmes-Intry )Iintr '.
May i Dr. Renhaw the
i met train and directed
demand for seekers
a *
or a many 121 :-;. Palafox street.
i IIozalt Li8'hkoff-Yio1in Solo.
attendance of any pupil who has
after bargains in West Florida ------ -- ever attended the school. The young 1 John Lewis-Headaches Jut Tore that the negro be conveyed tont.

re.1lty-chh'lly timber I.luda at CARD OF THANKS. lady has be HI attending the initntion\ School. Alithouy'hopital.. The patrol

this time. Tins indicates a condition tor the pat six years. and has never I Grade 7.
1! The Ladiei' Auxiliary to the 15 of wugoii wa called for thiI'ltrllll".
from her studies
mi'-seil a day
which THK Near haoften referredto yet Piano Solo-Get tnide Friedman.
viz: That: in the ab-ence of ac- L. E. return thank to all their This is! 0 r.."II! of win.'h 'he may Words of 'konmelia John I !and the negro received expf rt treat
friends who si ted them iu jistly I.iV"! ,:'!.
o.I" making
tive effort on the part of the local son. mont at the infirnury. Absolutely Pure
their picnic a *uccesandepecially! Son?-Vacation Time.Recitation .
population toward* the profitable
-A Vacation Rhyme Dora!
development: of our unrivalled re- to the merchant who donated ,, BAY EXCURSION SiiJlivan.Lcadxille\ THE ROAD TO It make dt'liciunJI"II .
toward the
liberally picnic.
sources.tr.tuger-would come in and Jim-John Acosta. fin*, etc.You .
M t- OK<>. HIIM-MAN: Piano Solo-Katie Casbman. can thiIn
reap benefits to which our own people ---- prove
are rightfully entitled. MRS. \V. H. ( Aerie Killed at the Fonl-Sadie Fell. ST. JOHjTSCEMETERY KlTKA'Oatnal.

--- -- h >. W. I). CARMICIIFAL, FOR THE BENEFIT OF THEWOMAN'S Aunt HoleCu\'s l'hilosophy-\nlir 0r-AI I E v A

TH F: Jacksonville Time-rnion Cominitfe. 1 Walker. ..y.. .
: Gesture Drill. I
and Citizen tliu- make, apt application HOME.A :j The Death of fel'ferlion-'odie Eg. Attention has heretofore: been
ol the taritl Ladies fan \\par IIIIf'II
iibject-le-.on mentioned :' gert.Josiah. called to the deplorable condition of
recently by THK NM\ of theimportation on" size'iiu -r after using Allen's KootKtte. -Mentoria SubMt. I
.Bpowilrr to be tbakfii Into tut tuoefe.i the road to St. Joliu'n
of steel rails at l'en"a-i It lnuk..<< tight ur new obura f..I..y; Itl\r. bay "xcllr.iun will be givenFriday Piano Solo-Lrin Robinson. cemetery.
cola: "If these are foreignmaderails i the nistttut relief to corn and hunion. It's on the -team"r Florida for I. The Injin-Clara Pryor. 1 Recognizing the fact that the cityI i !1 1I"vvvrvvvV'
i Krt-atcit cuinfort I1.co\'t'ry of the HUB The Legend of Bregene-Tx>uis BICYCLES
we find the anomaly presentedof (callous'Ur.- and"ndor.prrxrntswollen.. spots. Allfii'KootKae fret. blibt:, the benefit of the Woman Home, Qiiina. I has not stitlicieut funds available at

American rail, underselling- iiuccrtum cure for hw.alln/, bot. aching leaving Filifox wharf at f.::iO) p. in. Piano Solo-Vivian Uyrd. : this time repair tin road, a pub

product of KntMi mill* iu London, frt I'oii't accept\tltlll.lrujll.U any .ub-lIult.and sliot-. 1'fluII'II\'k"lt'tore>-, i.c. Ticket, 'Jo centdancing; to good 'i I i The Little Boy Ran Away-TheresaJacoSy. ,( lie spirited: citizen: author- Tut

and Briti-hraihundersellingAmen- KKK Iy mail. ldr.II..u. Misted.Le mu-ic. The home needfunds.. .
Huy \.1. ': All Hail The Micn.be-Gilbert Cosn- NEWS to say that he will gin |li'o
can rails in PvuacolaVhoe trio -- Patronize the excursion, enjoy yourself -

umph is this? i I Cleaning ladies skirts and waistt and at the same ture help a : lich.Son?-Brothc-rs Ilo'LaW3rprtllllle \'. '! ca htfJwtrdthew"rk. Itwillrt'qlllrf' Big Stock A 11 Kinds

"l nt, since American rail= are U one of our specialties e: tar Laun worthy! cause. Friedman. f 4N) to put the road iu fIr-t-class con All
Prices :
cheaper in London than British Rt'alling-ft'an Inwlow, H'ldi1V.'hite. dition. Ar" there other
any pubhcpirited -
What Thin F..I.f'f'.1. :
rails, it i* more than probable that dry.Spring .
HumorsCome Ia greater power of di?f'-tlu? and Song of Seven by Seven Girls. citizens who are willing/ t"co'tribute7

an American: road buys American imiliti'ig;: food.! For them IIr.l Farewell Words-Richard Gray. [fil'iMusic ij t r PG JN3G'JP J rrl :

rails in London and pay duty and to most people ainl cau"c many King'- New Life PilN work Grade 8-Miss Frank Sampey. -- -- ,
transportation bee trunlile.-pimples, boils and other ,"n*. gently expel all poison from I L'Kiisire 1)'-more (Triot-Lili.e; W nt-ntuc. bowtil -
.
than
it can buy cheaper at the Sr"'tJTE ar ((JII"II-
I Whose eruptions, Louies lo-s of appetite] the -ytem. enrich the blood improve William Oocie Ciulls. Flossie BO>M- HO pat'U the blood Free With; Each Machl'1PFishing'
American factory triumphis that tired! tits ; appetite, make healthy tle-h. '' One Two Three Mary Bell. CElEBRUtD !i'rh CQ1nlsmebmttmre '. ,
feciibg, of biliousnessindigestion
this? Only :.):. at W. A. D'AIeinUrte's. Altou Ben Adhem-Ckmnt BJo'mt the I..st known i- Tackle,
"American good, can be bought an.hcad.irLe. 1U1: youth I'alafox street. Mrs Junes Jp.tus-Vera [B1'" I (native and

Havana twenty per cent cheaper The viu-r one gets rid of thorn the >ear. ,' blood pun tier Base Ball
TillT.: \ KOS.V Son?-The Garden of Sleep. ,/ Itrur' ,
than in New York or Jackouvile! : ht'u'r. and! the way to ti-t rid ..f them nlB.UHf.: J-sr.\BII: ? t\T.., Charging: Colors-Hma Davi- r .

how long before we will be importing and to build up the *\.tcm that has The Bruise of Glt'nray.B.a a". sick HeacacheIndigestion relents,

American good* from Cuba? suffered trout them is to takeflood's Bathing; in the warm srulf water* isconceeded Barrow. !
to be the finest in the Piano Solo--Mabel Greene.A PlUg
Whose triumph will this btiolilx *? I world. Dyspepsia, Pong.
Everythhiizforpleasure with
!Mro.speftue-K tella Schwa: "'Z
Sarsaparillaand and
safety (loud board and lodging by Pa,.a Was SfilOlped-l-arnp It:
I'p a ( ousre..uian, Pills the day or week. Luncheon prompt"Iy :inn I. Malaria. Fever Big Repair Shop!

"At the end of the campaign," served at all hour, diy or night. Th. P.iy of Ratisbon-Ocie Cl''iU; \ b STOMACH and Ague.

writes Champ Clark, Mioiiri's Forming in combination the SpringMttlicinel"iresrclienreof 2m-tf CHARLES H. Manager.I'RTns: Me\:\\'altz-QuartpUl', \"IOHItPialo Q I-'TER 5 A trial Kill conviuc 'an Repair any old thin.'

brilliant congressmanfrom over- : Guitar Mandolin.S.ster's koi
work, neradutension.. los of steep I unequallediftrcnjrth And fit Keys to any old ti: *
Best Feller-Edith JennetrLminde
and constant speaking I had about ,, in pnrifjinz the blood! as MILCH COWS FOR SALE I Bal Violin and Piano Diem

utterly the organs collapsed.in my body It seemed were that out all of shown by unequallcJ, radical and permanent OR EXCHANCEFOR Examinalions-abr.1 Greene. Beal the OAf3TOXZIA.ifd Kail 'H :' I.rafi'I .i B. Brace
cures of That Swe"t Youn; Face lab-J : F.
order, but three bottles of Electric tue

Hitter made die all right. It's the Scrofula Salt! Rheum DRY CATTLE Charf'H Thy Went a Fishing-Alice Go,' .
medicine sold
beet all-ronud drugit's counter.ever" Over Scald Head Boils, PimplesAll fr"v. -- ---- 15 8. Palafox.

wo over'ked a run-down men and weak, Kinds of Humor Psoriasis Call! at HNVet l'ua-e street and I-li\ery of Certificates. Elegant china closets,

sickly women gain splendid health Blood Poisoning Rheumatism makt-D+:niJt you: Choice GEo.V.. Trr.To.v: JR Grade 9.Mr sideboards and leather- All kinds of chairs an '
and Vitality from Electric Bittfrs.Try Catarrh Dyspepsia, Etc B'ovn! Gets His Hair; ("':t-Ma.. seat chairs
them. Ouly-iCK.. Guaranteed by at Marston $ rocking chairs at Mar.ifont

W. A. IVAleruberte, 121 South Pal Accept HoodV DO and snlistituV.it but be :lIre to A fl r E ..".... S_?A_E. V_E..J ?io Kt'i\\;'y.a,u; ILs nnett \Vrd l WE'l: :.' Quina's. Low prices; easy < Qiiina' Prices are 'fr'j
get
afox street :get today
the moat hedlln, etveInth'iwOrtA I r dee payments. ,low.
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RE OlTRCEr;. LOCAL FOBECAST-Partly clondy tonight r
LIABILITIES. I and Fridayprobably; local showers Friday;
111.11', I.d Di-count. foo7,30.02; Capital Stock \ariablewindb. .j :
i SPECIAL SALE
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Bonds 80,1250.00 Net .
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( > and : 270,337.85 Deposits 44)I&i4.42 i5.000.ooI I Minimum .........._..... ................. ....MdegrmI !
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COURT HOUSE A YOUNG Mobile _. .. !oil) w
t, Montgomery .. .. .... K MI ; "
UPIIOZIBTERER: : : New H .u Cambric Underwear at a Discount of
I Sew York. .. .....5:: 41) .p
Savannah h .. .___. .. 74 i-;
38 EAST ROMANA STREET. WORK WAS MAN'S FOURTH Bt.: Louis .. TO W

;C" .' IIv'* and Kefmishinj Furniture aSpecialty. I


: 400.. _I IPhono i ACCEPTED MARRIAGEJudge MARITIME. .25C. .


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I EXPORTS.

R. K. WHITE, i i I County Commissioner J. B. Roberts McCullagh at 10:30 o'clock For May to date '.:...- 1"r..1 51 R. HALLIDAY & CO., i

r tthniaL T, Manufacturing Jen tier :: went to the armory this morning this morning issued a license to wed Am soli James CLEARED A liarncltl. 4.ij, lull by 51 i

and Graduate Optician, I I, and after looking very carefully overthe to J. J. Irwin of Miliview and Miss "value< L Co.I47aiNor ;for Axtiu withM..ilK: ) s ft lumber. I I' Telephone 193. ..oC ." 33-35 Palafox St.

'!: work there, which was completed Tom Tucllu of Beulah, white, the Lumber n Kane Co for,fi'tK.Reinertsen Wi!becn. with l>y I ivnacola;;:!.'H"i t, ft ) - ......,.. -
5 ,,,.?t r.Ufoi 't., Ptntiroli, FU lumber, tM'i.imu s ft sawn timber value ,I :
yesterday, made formal wedding to occur this afternoon at UU.:: X. B.-Thi* Sale will positively only last Oce Week,
Am barge Ajax. fti'.by' fpnsacola LumberCo
acceptance of the work, and the I )Iillview.I for .Ineuro with 7si'wi h ft cross tie*, beginning Monday May 31.
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contractor was notified to make out I When the paper was handed to Mr. "fell, additional cargo for Genoa i
isi ions phosphate rock, li.iiim pcs Wm\:\
his bill ant present same. I Irwin he said that he was &J years of oak 8ta>ef),value *l,!''''' |I frJ
NEWS NOTES 1 I Br \\anderer, iriMi;, Hunter, by Gulf! lli liUlfu v r1 N
Mr. Robert; said the work wasmore age and that this was the fourth Transit Co for Liverpool via New'
with 1&.l'l\.I buy wheat, value UIH, 1l1lULED. urllI\n.1 -- .
than bargained: for, and was license he had been the recipient of

really better than had been expected. I in Florida, three of which had been I C'c.'C't' For
Nor s<) Kane, KemertsrnVit.becb | r.
....vea /ue-ts registered at Three coats of kaUomining had | issued; by Judgft McCullagh. Two of Am srh James A Jam Id. lull. Axim I I |
hclio.
Tug with hinge Ajax.Jor Jucaro ,
.;. li.ttit. yesterday. bt-eu applied, giving the place ou | his former wives had died a short I kJ" '

.1 I t t' new ad of the Meyer both floors a delicate pink tint. I, time after marriage. THE SHIPPING. i iVK8SKL8 \ Semi-Dress *

- t'''. It is a hummer. i j i i 1'eucilaudal,} have commenced I -IN PORT.bTEAMbHllB. I!

,1 Hei Snyder left yesterday their wotk already. Ugly mark, PROGRAM OF MEMORIAL I ,:
hutch Alpha 1314. Livuwen to W S KI')'- c PATENT KID
M bile on the excursion., I were noticed this morning near the ser Co V i
| SERVICES ON MAY 30 Br Cynthia. Ittts. Deans to \\ 8 Keyeer & I r -

,mitt Moreno left last night; oniu county judge's olliee, and Mr. Rob- CoSpan '.
i I l " : .- >- trip which will engage: ert said today that lie intendedI Transit Co \
The following is the of Br Ulencoe,:!5III1, Cooper, to orderBr .
''i.I fureveral days at ,small mill. ,I the wall* I program Hornby Castle :!::%, baudge, to Gulf j1
\ igus placed on ,
i ; r
: ;,,oints neur'l'urkegee, Ala. I ITtib memorial services May 31J, 19U:!: Transit CAP TOE, RUGBY LAST,
reading as follows: "Gentlemen Span Madrileno., Luzarraga, to W L v. d. I
I W. T. Sherman's Post, O. A. R., Witnch & Co V. !H MEDIUM SORE
dance the ofi
prize at picnic \ will not, others mu-t cot deface, or Br Vermont, :1T7Osborne.: to C W Hagem.an .
Ladies' Auxiliary B. of L. E. j I will meet at Bullard's on Intenden- 1 MEDIUM EXTENSION
j i write on, these walN." A penalty Br Wanderer, :JiW;, Hunter to Gulf Transit ,
' Mis. W. I cia street at 12 m., 30 Co e
it-;day night, was won by j sharp, May .
Coleman and Mr. Fritz Hollnuii |I will be attached to any variation I and, headed by Wyer's baud, will 51 II'S. EDGE, .
Nor King Cenrio, Poulsen, to J't'o'acola ;
\'lor Unity couples. j i from this caution. march to the court house and there Lumber to ... COMMON SENSE HEEL. ,4a [
:a"
II I DARKS tiA : 4'i".I ;i "
I' The is now in first-class receive the U. C. V. and Sons of U.
The public is, invited to attend the I armory Nor A ,'athe. 117S, Bjonne, to 8 H L Co
iosing, exerci-ei, uf the literary de. 1! condition. Drains and the roof have I C. V. and march to the dummy station Kus Albion... !lnaU, to'" s Lfo .i
v where the train leaves at 1 p. m. Jt Columblnl.tW", 1'arodi, to order A Comfortable end lobby Shoe for the ClllU.
lartmeut, winter and spring term, : all been overhauled and the provoking I' Nor Birma,tcpiJob0: 00, to order
All the visiting members of the U. i It Uultteppe I) Albun o,\IICI. Monti, to Itosaeo -
f Meux's Buiue:<-s College/ at the KrosKus
;f leaks always in evidence C. V. and G. A. R. ... -
:lege hall, at f o'clock tomorrow are cordially invited Hera, 1'cf7, Hnpgblom. to S 8 LCo -- -- - :y
: during/ rain, have been stopped I to participate: iu the services BrJ H MarMers, toi, rank, to order
I. Uus Lima,un llurke, to fvnbacnla Lumber -
I I ------ and march in the ranks to the dummy Co 1
STORE
The Siiich in 'J illlf'. Nor :Mataura 1KI: BOSTON SHOE
-. liea-ley of Milton was in the ;I station. On arrival at the navy f!\ctt r('o Bruusgaard to K t: P :;

-rerd iv returning on the I II I When people begin to lose appetite -' hospital the line of march will be Nor Paragon 7ll, Busch, to H P Shelter

t train. Mr. Hea-ley haknt -. imprudence, llr tn Itt brings tiled on easily icknH.s.Theftitch the. least '! through the hospital grounds to the j Coi It Saint Antonia de 1'ardovaSnrluarto. N \TII.\ (i. l'OhU'tI1.1"II'loprietor<< : i f
: ? to
A.I I
for the P &
agent 1 national Headed order"RD's.
in time that saves clue cemetery. by
Milton ever -luce the rail- is Hood's sarsaparilla: taken now. | Wyer's band, the troops from Fort It Due Sort-lie B., Hiii.Costa. to orderVUlUONKKS. Leaders of Low Prices. H7 South Palafox Street. ; tl t-


i-ninpletbd, aud everybody This great medicine enjoys; the 'i Barrancas and navy yard, the garrison Am Hjalmar.Vi,Axetden, to master
Paine distinction a;: a preventive that Am Nellie \V Hanlett .K
He called his 4'-.i: Mumford. to
.in. upon \ of the A. N. U., United Coufed-
J 'i
it does a-s a cure, which I is saying a Kobert Agent
I iifiidheie last night. I greatdeal, for never before in the | erate VeteranSous of I". C. \'. and Br Uu.on.7hotter, to master ....' Sold On Guaranteeto t

hi-tory of medical.citnce ha* <> G. A. R. (> arrival the iii-ide :1.f -
at
i ? u
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ilP.CLKAKEl) AND SAILED KOK PE:+ : be
# everything claimed for it, or
Muiheik >1.1'II'I' '
M Ie' '' much: thought been given to : '
t.-I I preventive !I cemetery gate the troops will please U'OtA. money refunded. Every vehicleutfered =
medicine as is being
\ i Iron areat this ht-asuii given BTEAMRHIPB.
] open ranks and the A.X.I' U. C. for paif by u* is fully warranted 9
bad itoinitch i i i now. I A J H 'i :
with
--ti'HtrU|' ackenCr,11."i.BendtttabieldsMay'13'Bermes !: ji11i111, CG
Hwert C. and U. A. R. will march throughto : fir 'Ifi. KdwarUk.; IVimrlh Slay 3 'I I as to workmanship and ma-
tolhrrGrIv'b ATir.NTlON. TKACHHKS: : HnltenhnU. Br. I lt.+, ).a Platta Mav 3Hrlsinghore I terial.! Notliiiip, whatever, !i" miiepreented. .-
"llll6l\\a.cur. It puw-I I the monument in front and to the
.", hwed, I": ', clireill, Kulter- Our reputation assures .
i toll certainly !' right of the grand stand and there dam May Id I I of
that. Ha\eon
band
you a
1r...h. -"i ctv --itmplr.AdI1r. The next examination: for white "ilvenlale. Ifr, 1711. Balls. hid AUiere A| 1:41> |
form a circle around the monument. Xa/piralt Hat, variety of handsome carriages and .
t' !: \II..u tlhnsted teachers, will be hold in-ehool building ; Span.Id Bilbao March
: I I No. 1 and that for colored tKichtrs I|, After service- of the G. A. nand A. Jill I PS. light; wagons, all .style They're t
in school building No. : 1. KntlMiiion. Kus, J liNti, sid East London !serviceable .,. well a- abeautiful *
> N. I" and salute fired by the
I troops March U and low '
NOTICE DEMOCRATIC price I too
Thee examination will
begin the dead, then KAFksAntonio }
over retiring to the I ICbW
I' tf June 3, }!III'!. t
promptly at a. in. Url 7C: hid I'llmBIay: 15Alexander n.st Horse !
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Let all those interested make note -peaker stand and after prayer by March Lawrence, Nor, llsi, Ito'nno hoer: always ready. i.J. i-

I of same. X. 15 COOK. Rev. H. A. Brown, chaplain at Fort Anita W.I It.:3I. at'lVner.fTeNovi*! iC,,, \j,
I County Superintendent of Public In- Barrancas, will li-ten to the addresses Bar-iagliere.: It. std >avona March lCoxnaii.lt.sv I M. Milliard & Co., \
j -trnction. :vltu-Iw ;, a- MarhHiiins Ian II
: i' IhII1"eratie Ex- by Hun. John Eagau, Rev.L. Hugo. 'or. "'1\1. at Table Bay March 7 No. ::50 East Garden Ht. 1MEUX'S
\ t II.. ,,': i ut K-nmbii "live Mount, It,hid Leith Jan 12
Of All Hot Weather Enemies Walker, Rev. H. A. Brown, Hon. \" ,
I.t'! \* "I !h1. i.l I 'I, the office of irginia It. .Id Malaga, April lw -
.. C. }I. Lauey and others, and singingby )o( HlmNEKH.GIO .
,
L"I! i-1 i' 7J; p. m.i lof humanity: cholera is the w.r.t. C Jordan Am sid New 1 ork April J7 /S-- ,
., IV .1 uit : l'"'.' !,.r the pur- !, treatment to be ellective must be : Miss Wentworth, Miss, Clara L'

.' : 't. .hl'r11i) <: 1I.tthe alviai prompt. When vomiting, purgingand I Beckwith, Mrs. Pebley and recita- Thos. C. Watson & Co., I ) .
i, ', f. !, mill! the t-x cutive comi s-weat announce that the di-- : the leading Heal Estate C c-f/t'
I tious by Miss Adele Cha tree. A : Agents; take -
I:'. .t i I-fiinbia unity' in the rae i- pre-ent. combat it with Perry all the worry off the shoulders of the / // lY r..
1 1''I 1't'. .1 I July I l"i. iHirj. and for the I Davis' Painkiller. All bowl troubles cordial invitation is extended to the owners of property, manage the _
.1.I 1 '" n,. "f -in"h, "tla'rbu"inl'I"I like diarrhu-j, cholera morbus 1 ladies and citizen* in general to join renting of their houses' and the col-

'I \' ,' II' It, furtthe ineetllisr. and dy""ntery are overcome by Pain- 1 in the memorial 1 .services; and Moral lection of their rents as conscientiously *-cli4H. nt *>liMl>.in
C. 15.: PAKKH 1.1.. killer. It is equally health-promot ;i decorations. In the graves of the a? they would themselves.! Now is the time to enter school and prepare for a lucrative io :ition. No
"I I 1 t.' Iv Chairman.llrnrtrH lug in all climates! Their charges are
very rea onable.
vacation. i
"" 't LIlY. I I dead heroes resting in this sacred Night and day se'.siDH8.

I I will repair your watches and : spot nearly one-half are of those who -
,'" \ .11"0111\ i jewelry in first-class style. J. I --
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Klqht Away I wore the gray ; and whose, graves'are
I I
v L.j! utcuUtU!sod CullLfc tepheus.t .
decorated with the same rever-
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-:\;..'....'....'......AliI"iIY' .. .. .........- :' ence wore and the blue.loving It care should as therefore I /
..'"\ '" ..... ... 1"
I I,I be felt a privilege for every one that j

could attend these memorial i
to services -
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4' to do honor in common to these i

heroic dead who sacrificed their

JSOLCAHN&CO'SYOU liver to priuciples: and duty. By order

of the grand commander-in-

chief. I'IIHeditates 0. A. R., the

WILL FINDJ..SMITHFIELDHAMS..S( department commander elate of ,
Fl"rid... 1.. M. VAM.OX,
J. I'KTKKSOX, Commander.
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'- 1'.1.:1 Coiuminder. T. :Sheiman:
: __ : __ .. _' 4 PIt No. 21, G. A. It and Aide to
Chief G. A. R.IlrteaU .


a (rear t'I'rf't.

It is fteu asked how such startling
,< -- '. : =- = cure-, th.\t puzzle th'+ best physician- Great Clearance SaleCLOTHING
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.!.. 'A' are etlected by Dr. King's New Dis-,
coverv for Consumption. Here's the

p and the best of eerthing" generally ;:(l'r..t. It cuts out the phlegm and
geim 'afected mucus, and lets the (; OF-- -Q j

f kept in a First-Class Grocery Store. Iife-giuug oxygen enrich and vitalize ,I!
the blood. It heals tte inflamed

cough-worn throat and lun!!". Hard

....FLORIDA AGENTS.... 8.. colds and stubborn coughs soon
:yield to Dr. King's New Discovery.' :
'0 Font Tillbitn } ., the most infallible remedy for all
'Throat and Lunar diseases. Guaranteed ,

\ Mineral Water. bottles fit lf c and $1.00 Trial
i Springs $ bottles, free atC. A. D'Alemberte's, w.tft One-Third Off

k 121 South Palafox street.I ; Regular Price ,


Agency Nunnally's Candies & r tan obetmate Know cold.One Its aura came remedy(U Prnr-B&I&n


.SEE SHOWVINDOW !

1 Corner Palafox and Intendencia Streets. Qnrp Money by buying .
\
\ \ ) your furniture .

A ., phone 1; 8. .i .' Pensacola, Fla. at Marston $ Quina's

Great Furniture Empo- W. J. & B. FORBES.

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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA FLORIDA THURSDAY MAY 29,1902

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PIANO TUNER GETS FORTUNE.
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-r ur' Government Allows Over $65,003.Him Claim: Valuedat MISS IDA M. SNYDER,

{t L i oo 0 Jacksonville. Fla., May 21: -J. Fol- i i I Treasurer of the Brooklyn East End Art Club.

; t boa Roe who has been connected with *T.

f t 4 1 r. the Jesse French Piano and Organ EXSTRUAL irregularities to their health we 'oui:

company of Montgomery Ala., for are generally hive more hippy vives

*Wi w'R some time past, has cause to be one I the beeiimini' ? mothers and daughters ar;
-O'W of a woman 9 trouble if they would use more inu:-
of the happiest men in that city.Mr.
t !. : ;;) tlo'IC' ?. With the vitality at a ligicct in the matter of medicines -
J' ; 00 I I Hoe was notified by the Interior low elb, the blood weak- ,,t o'ttervir.g results, the-:
ilk Pid department at Washington that his ene-1. the dizestion: disorder would find: that the doctors'

1 claim, which has been pending for '!, she goes about pal'- prescriptions do not perform

! DISEASES some time in that department, has just' faced, hollow-eyed and laggard the many cures they ire given
51H! Itr been allowed by the commissioner. Ir.I I' a piteous contrast to credit for.
health of mot- "In with
Dawes. This claim is located in the ,, the blooming consulting myher
former self. But over atwrart.sa5sr. druggist he advisdM.Ekce's
Choetaw-Chickasaw nation, which is .'. have found Wine of Cardui
11))),( ) women and: Thed-
r -',. Ss near OrtwasSlta, I. T., and is valued healthacainlytaking Vine of Cardui. ford's Black-Draught, and so I took Rand
The skin is pro'idedith millions of little pores at something over $85.000. It also.. As a rel'ulator of the menstrual periods have every reason to thack him for

and glands invisible to the natural eye, yet through carries with it the title to l.OSO acres Wine of Cardui has never been known a new life opened up to me with restored
ot land. to fail. It has seldom failed to restore health and it only took three months to
these tiny outlets the larger part of the deadly matter pa11 111J1'; !! This estate was the property of Mrs. perfect health, even in the most persistent cure me."

that daily collects in the body is carried off. But nature j Mollie Mitchell, a full-blood Choctaw t and aggravated case of weakness. Yon rny SI't'Urf' the same relief a'
bliss Ida M. Snyder, of No. 5351fferMiss
I Snyder. if y.utakPWiue of I ar"i ..
never intended that poisons of an irritating or acid I: woman who was a relative of Mr. :j I jron Street, Brooklyn, N. Y., has used i lIoi she took it. Thp forJ's l.i.-:

character should be eliminated through the skin, the Liver and Kidneys being their natural Roe. She died some years ago. Since Wine of Cardui and she says it helped 1'raught is the companion me-iioine ther
her death the till of the property has into a nJwtfl'. Health to Miss Wine of Cardui and it a liar a: .
outlets and it is when these fail 3.
important organs to perform their functions that these acid deal. ,
been looked after by the interior department Snyder is worth a great : She isan'attractive bowel! rr ulator which aasi-ts -
poisons are absorbed into the blood and find their way to the surface of the body through the ,, of the government at Washington young woman and she Ith intellectual eff'-ctmg a cure. If yoa: take greain tL---

pores and: glands of the skin, producing intense itching and burning, inflammation and : which has just notified Mr. the position attainments of Treasurer of the occupies Brook- m,:licines according: to dir:,'tunrelitf : -, :: .

swelling, and eruptions of even conceivable size: shape and character. .: Roe, one of the heirs to this rich worn Ira Eat End Art Club. This position and cure is simple. Some 01- .
an. that his claim is just and that marks her as a person of intellect, culture I are C'lreJiiuick./and; others tax t- j -
Skia Diseases differ greatly in their general characteristics and degrees of intensity. the value of his part of the estate will and refinement and it speaks hiz!1.4''I '''.:ause the disease has run 1.1 .:

t Red and angry looking spots break out upon some part of the body with a mass of small easily! reach the amount stated above of the repr ::t and trust her follow I Rt :.i.eniW how Miss Snyder t. ->k \\ '
women have in her. She writes: if 'ardui and has heaSih. 1 :-e :...
pustules or blisters, f r->ia which i is discharged a clear or straw colored fluid which dries and
r / medicines of: ere-i to-day.
"If women would pay: more attention are you :
'lakes off in bran-like particles acid scales, or f jrms into hard and painful sores and scabs. OHIO REPUBLICANS.State .

The skin often hardens and dries, cracks and blcu from the effects of the fiery acids, Convention Reassen"bles-Re. A nLav1::', ,n ;!!"'r hW'i.eoft'ar \. I

which the blood is continually port of Committees Adopted.Cleveland. WINE of ARM : fmr.'l ':l'f r. ;

throwing. Pimples, blackheads I Ottumwi, Iowa, April {10, ISO!. 0.. May 2s.-The Repubh-! i

and blotches are evidences In 1333 I tro'
01 a too acid blood, which i has Doctors treated me for abort: two years without giving relief. i next 11101 ning. The reports of the commitin THE NEW GROCERY STORE.

inflamed and the tried various!. c'ntraeats: : scaps and washes, but these did me ni pii. ts on <'credentials rules and order
clogged pores. I ; of "HsiIlt'! as indicated In these dis - -
finally quit taking medicine, as the physician said the disease bad ? I'
Skin Diseases being dependent tfcemt chronic and incurable.! Having endured this tormenting malady part hes last night were submitted an I -

upon the same causes require for Lout Iii years, I determined to make another effort to get rid if It ado"i.-ii. The report malting General! WILL MOYERKeeps

the same treatment, which 1llu. t and began S. S. S. in July, 1303: and continued It until! November, whet ChaiK-s H. Giootenor permanent"

be constitutional and not external. I disco'.ered, to my surprise and joy, that not a spot could be found II i the hairman temporary and continuing organization the rest then of a Complete, First-Class, Up-to-Date Stock
my body, which before hid beta almost covered with the eruptien.
Nothing applied locally to the adopted. Governor Nash
It has now been nearly a year since the disease disappeared, but nit presented of Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries.No. .
General Grofcvecor
inflamed surface can bring much who delivered a
a sign of it has ever returned, and I am satisfied the cure I Is pennant
relief. The speech before the contention. 30 W. Government St.
disfiguring eruptions Salisbury Block.
F. C. NORFOLK, 1017 Hackberry Street i General Dick, chairman of the committee
will continue to annoy and pain on resolutions, then read his TKLEPHONK ;

you in spite of soaps, washes or powders. There :is no hope of getting rid of a skin disease report. He was cheered as' he proceeded

except through the purification of the depreciated blood and neutralizing and filtering out of especially on the references tt1Roo'f'lt ICE AND WOOD.

the circulation all poisonous substances and acids.: Hanna, Foiaker and Gov
.
'rnorash. On his motion the reso
The purifying and tonic properties of S. S. S. soon manifest their influence in skin lntions werp adopted. WE EXPECT TO sepPIIl"CH: 1..1 GER TRADE

affections; the debilitated system is invigorated and toned up, and the gradual disappearance THIS sr.MMER THAN EVEFEF( liF

t of the eruptions show that the polluted blood is being brought back to its natural purity and Body Caught on Trot Line.

: strength. Old chronic skin disorders which have resisted all the ordinary methods of Smith':l'W, of Deratur.FmlP.vs Ala.island. May was 2S.drowned.n -Will SEND US YOUR ORDERS NCi/vC.

}: treatment, readily yield to the curative the Tennessee liver near the site Thompson Olsen & Co

SALT RHEUM ECZEMA powers of S. S. S., and there is no reason ;of tinol'l'l Hitman! null in I>t>ratur. ,

'a ,. why the long time sufferer should feel Trot!Lat"r line his some bo-ly distance was found down caught the riser on a Manresa Street, Telet hone 14 : -

i' his fate .
resigned to under the mistaken
Wl'-n found marks. wMih Indicated -- -

'.: TEllER NETTLE RASH idea that some skin diseases are incurable I'.": nit, were found on his rlotruX -,,. ESTABLISHED 1SG3.

fur S. S. S. has cured and is still ". ;n<;iu>st was held and the remair. --- -

r PSORIASIS ACNE BOILS curing cases perhaps far more desperate Smith's w. rt- interred brother in was Limestone with him county.at the McKENZIE OERTING & CO. .

l than yours. S. S. S. is a purely vegetable time of the accident and he claims a -DIALIK8IN- a

remedy, containing no Potash Arsenicor I that his brother fell from the boat ac-

any of the poisonous drugs which constitute the basis of so many so-called skin cures., dd ntaly.! Ship Chandlery and General Hardware.

; Our Medical Department has been of the greatest assistance to thousands seeking relief II.. Lovrt. 803 AND 805 IS. PALAFOX STIIKKT.!

i from blood and skin troubles. Write us fully about your case, and our physicians will help "Well." hisaid.. "I ani perfectly will- --.Ao-EN'OY-

you, for which no charge whatever is made. Our illustrated Book on Skin Diseases will be lug; to drone our marriage out ofcfp'ct REVERE COPPER COMPANY. JOHN A. ROE LISG'S l FONH co.'!"

sent free to all who write for it THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY. ATLANTA. GA.inr.ia fr your venerable f'1thcr"t i GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RU': 8EL 4 BON'S: PUMPH.
"Oh, that's it, H inEo: )ou'r.? going;
I to marry papa. are you? Ilunipu! So hun Ctrdtzi filili. Oils, Iialisii lostrenioti, Chris, lishri, Iki'u

I II I it's out of respect fur that old COMPASSES. LOGS, KTC
I : man.
i'fiov Viilli I Tho I'lut Kuitlliie Macliinr. !I
HoK! .. !. i.i in I lie .\11's liy\o ;.1 n'- v .i I..Mil iilj! I i\> .K.ii'1 Il., liis MilUlifil.I. Ifi'i i ,u-x.-J f"i I In U u' rl'lJI' ot (Jilt vii KlizjbitU first ear"Xow elation C. McKenzie Oerting Collecting Aeut for Bar Pilots' Benevolent A+..I)

troulilc; Jiiiii .in-1 nil.lining| ;: uf t'ic \Itt-i Hi i'-Midr'h 11I1!.I".P-"l:! '" ...r.-ije'!, I U'-v.ou i> waste of band kuttln!: ;. AVtl love with, dearest you !know I'm not In .
i that fossilized
uf inariiii.. whu .in-ui< \ ink uw.-t) fromte Ml. I'.l.ike. that h! i I I.aiu Si-e in l.V<* invented th! lint brute. 1"-
it .i!> eell M'i
;;!huirt's. \t.. tin' aliuthc g.1t The I'anl.'r-r"u be Mtiafi. ,1. I kuittil.; niacliine. called a knitting "Sir how dare you be disrespectfulto I
way
"
rs air actually I>:is.>iii4 from tli; Mrs. II a slI'r. but I'll be hi! .wt-J If I I frame or stocking frame. He was re.I my dear pa? Baltimore News.STEAMSHIPa The Star

L: :IlsII.P| ai 'J as they need,! the li.>. I .1111.-tjltiscow; I'veiiin;; Titues.t. t'use a patent in Cn;;Lind and went to ;' Laundry,
I stuns their Uinlers' fiaJ that their Trance aud established u factory at'' "

I .,ters are pliorti'UiDs.Ihefe :: I ");"0111lTalr... Kouen. This machine was introduced .
jiolers! are nut runtiiii! ? nw:'y I 11I'llirln Child Paj-a. why do p.>o- into the l'nit'olEt.1tt.'i: shortly after Biggest Busiest Best !
**** *****- -*n-** *sJ4J ,
I,y nay means but they lire AetciinratJDC PIP! cry at "vanldin? the Kfvolutionary war, was iuo4ltR-d;
: t.owl with a iiiTMstt-nry that papa; Whslro+'ttdlyt-Most of 'em and iniprowd by a Yankee and a factory I!It .>VK>J .J;. :L t
n; 'nii.tliir Gail atttnliit.itii. IlnnisJhat have Seen umrriotl tlumsolveo.A I I, cstaUisLed at Cohued, X. Y., n J Jlb'J2.
:
:t tew years ago Mo)'I very near OCEAN TRSPt

W a treat n\ -r of si l .wly IIIMIUI;; It't.now curious custom prevails; ia Korea.: ; M\ Gather Up Thin !
lind tli'-nin dH's! a rnusiilcialileill.sinnee It a man meets bid wife in the street. {' V !Martllnt. MrtRphur. I{ TO NEW OKK, BOSTON !
iivvui.. and the attrai'liveiieaj I of he ignores her and !1 For a "startliu, :; tiic-taphur" take Sydli. ;jj t rtINO ALL fc ':art i
hr '
presence pas-.es < 4 k
the Mttis It-s<:t"w, as if tiLe were a stranger.When j n"iy Smith's when he raw a hitle girl! j, EASTERN RESORTS ), I k From all salts r>( use crv. '

The faiiuiu.s ;" !:i<':'TS vf the Khonehave btoop down ant stroke the shi-il l of a :" '." Our delivery men will Cdli] I'
I 1Th -
shrunk :Strflu feet ii the last t wenly i turt-! ; ilia t "t \ I
years or about 11" l',*-t a 3('u r. _.tIUnhr you find yourself hating a man j "\Vby are you doing; that! nll1Le ; ;: @) \\ lV where: at any time that suit- !
as uiiR-h after a cirri l as11 did bej j -.
!
uf th.1,11 known glai'iers 111' ,I fur it is tiiut t" n.11 a halt.-Atchison aslad."To. jf OCEAN! STEAMSHIP COMPANY: JI L_ Write or telephone u? and WH i
)oI'f\I.tI,' this diiiiimniiiii, ;ni 1 the lid.j Clot.e. I' please: the turt!I'. L'.XVKA.E- > .< k I

fill'IK- fad is -Ml.lNbeil that these ren.'ihieri. ------ -- "My child! you miLt as will!! stroke 2 5O Hours of c;: nB' c k : deavor to serve you Letter t! .t. I
of t'.ie great irljciil I jH-rio-1 aroI'lncintj WHAT IS FOLEY'S I KIDNEY: CURE ? :j the dome of M. Pain's to please the i iI Sailings each WeeK fi other
run"Iy t.li"IIJ1I.trill :I dean and chapter. M M M MOM MMM MM M Laundry can.
An-wer : It i is; made from a pre- 4 from Savannah. Ga. Jj
-cription of a leadir.s Chicago: rhyician '
iltiux-lf. .- and one of tLe mot emiuent I \u Old iMiiallpus Corp. ( The elrau" ,pf .' 11,1' rIn iT i''0_ r l
in the Tile 'I| The following: prtmltiycure" for ." I''l, .' .. .rr.. r 1nl'. --: ALL WORK C. 0. D. GOCfiS CillEl for ill ;
One Jay U dill I'l'rJ.illlt in the P ntSh I country. inzrediont* I, a'l. :':"",'. :.. IP -11..n', ., ....ty >MlUlit f't:
srniy !..nl a nuttier tlr nxTuits: to are the pure-t tl at money c It! fitly. 1 smallpox Las bot-n discovered, by the ,I'r.!" rf' 1'111 "" ,' ... ,. .'. ., T "
and scientifically I .... ....,. TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN
drill and watitul the in.iirit.il men sep coo.bined toj I j LeytouatGue (Cnlaiiili; Guardians in .I :arna d from the\ snujJetuivs. so he form !rest their utrr.o..talae.. \V. A.O'AlembfOorte. use of their rivistirs for the year t iOO: ,11 ro..l. An."o. .o.,." .,.. ,
WALKER
1.1 1 S. Palafox Y.rtt. art A. To INGRAHAM
oil dent i I'1 a line and gate tlie Hart) streetDo "Take thirty! to forty live toads and 1 II R II......,. ....rd..... 'w' I... !', t I. Manager.
---- I ..... ,
.a. ... .
of (ouiuiillitl. "Single men :Plsaiu v you want a mairniticent! watch burn them to cindi-rs in :a new i>ot; ,' .", r.dnrll..tu.InlMt......I- l.ri r. 1"twn.1. JI.:'.JI. 1 -- -. --
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and married! 1111'01.111 Iiclinthi :' little then crush into a tine black [-owder.l "" -
<-i'Mi i for ni')ney? If s.a. call on )f ; ;n ,
Ail took their |xisitinn eveej't mean SlepLeu: ,. the lew Plet. He w'll: aecomtnod'ite i o>e for Muallj-os, three ounces." ,I --- -_-- __ Foi y's Kidney Curo I
tri>hiulli. who stu<)-l Mill. Tin- -<.!' you. ttratrF kIDNEY DISEASES
GKNEUAI. FKKNCI1 nukes kidneys and bladder
usktoJ i Dangerous if r1llht.
yiant U.rt'IS\ III wbjr lie h.I,1rol.t -- Neglected. -
moved but frlllU MID\VIKKii Burn!, can and other wound
no an\ver came
1'at. The underpinned i : taket'iinethod'if : 'I! Often fail to heal propprly if nefrlected I ).I Following i+ the schedule of the UI th4 most (aril! of til cb Medical bocietr, Atienfinn.
:
and become '
"( trouble*ora"! sores government steamer General French There will be a regular meet: .-
'c'III.
ii'y mall are 3'01lLU.uri.tU" offt-rine Ler --emce* a? a L Lcr DeWitt's Witch latl.FOLEY'S.
.*N Haz-1 .Silve pre. which THE NEWS prints; for the she Pensacola Medical
tI. r.-jiliid 1'at. t-clams licensed mijwife. l.avinj rants such Boctet-- -
"'flu''ou sire single had 35 years experience.Can I where delay ha conrfquence* aggravated the Even in- benefit of the merchants who !hip WDIEY CURE II I :he Board of Health office V: .
"No." give be-t of referet.ee? fr-7 ruleading jury DeWitt's Witch their good to the various army iO'clockp.m.Tuesday.Junel'1 f
Hazel
fhrsicians: of this city. etlects Silve I lurutfU Btsiijor VUitlnj physicians are cordi .. '
"Thfii v hat arty you? a cure "I had a running posts: !!inrited attend..
MRS.
"1 am coarun' m! Jy." was the r>- M OIDPE.NSltf ore on my leg thirty years," *;; Leaves Pensacola ...
aYi ; 011
I DR.
; ] 111 ; ia. m. E. F. BJU ePreslu
I folJ'. i houth DeVilhers M. H. C. }tartly/ Yankeetown, Ind. Leue8I1srrancft8.. .. ... .. 7-1\. m. refunded. Continua
I 'After uinsminy: remedies. Leaves PIckens ... .... .... Huia. m. monif '
.\ MielilCollector Ulftf'rf"'u'C' -- -- - - DeWitt's Witch I tried LI'IU'lIarranca.. ... ..._ visa. m. remtdlei recognized cml DR. W. c. DEWBERY,
Hazel Salve A few'I Leaves Feniacoia. .. .. .. ...I<>:15 a. m. by > I f2ottf Secretary.
! -1 loft a bill here yestcnl.iy boxes healed the sore." Cures all Arrives Barrancas 11:10 A. m. and then Mat physicians the but for _
fur some shirts! your huslun: jot. Did skin disease Piles/ yield to it at mskei a trip to rortMcHee and then returns Educate Year -Itowelt With e..tUtll-
'r PILES"Iufftrdib I to F.arrancas. and
Inv Iwk it ? "nee. Beware of counterfeits. Har- Kidney Bladder trouble. Candy Cathart'.. .
over Leave barrancas: ... .. ... 1:1j m. cure constipation f p.
gU' Pharmacy. John Leaves .. . tae.25c. If CC C t>.U druggists refund .
PIckens tc-i
i- Lady of the Hoise-No; ho overlook!;; Sheppard, Sid.I r.ia p. m. PRICl Me. t.4 ......
I nest K.lhn. Leave Pensacola ... 4u,) p. m.
ro it. .toner..of the damned t Leave.Plckens .. .. ....... 5:15 p. m. W. A. D'ALEMBERTE. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
with protruding plii I Arrive Barrancas 5:?+) p. m. and makes
troujrbt on ,
by COcatp&1011 Paints Estate of L. M.
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oils Kimberly decease-
Flit wbloh I WM allcwfl for twenty | glass and' trip to McK 'e and return.
Don't Start years I via teroii your CASCARETS i I I Notice Is hereby given that on v-
Wrong. In ttt builders'
town of Ne" I1. 1., end never launfl allthlnr I i| hardware at the On Wednesdays and :Saturdays the I dayotJJlyA.lJ.I\OIIt.1 11111 apply
Don't start the summer with a la eja II 'liem. To-fl l' 1 aM entirely tree from Willis Hardware boat will leave Barrancas via Pick. $ i Honorable t'robate Jud! e of K-, "
pIl& Illd feel like a new mill." Co.'s. county. KloridaJ- a discharge fiadminuiration .. .
hi i >;*rin:* cough or cold. We all C H. resin, UU Jone bt Sioux CUr, U ens for Pen.acola at 6:30: p. m. of aid estate
lain !
know what -summer cold" i is. If i WILLIAM Fi iI
The General French is for
far.oaml.m! :
army
Admlnl.I
the hardest kind to cure. Often t it
CANDY purposes only and outsider must
"han !;! on" through the entire eacon. any ,
!
tATgTICe CASTOR have a from the GtOIwellARPR o1d.
Take It in hand right now. A pass quartermastero I e 1 Award
take her.
few doses of One Miuuta Cou h Cure For Infants and Children. passage 01 LODGE DIRECTOHY
I -- '
will set right. Hure cure for -
coughs, colds you, croup, grip bronchitis The Kind You Hare Always BougH --I I| &> -
all throat and lung troubles. Abtxjiute atAaa tltstYasaao STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE I KENTUCKY KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.PencoU .
ly safe. Acts at once Child I Bears: theWater

rwi like it. "One Minute Cough I 81gn.atUI'. or Between Pensacoia: Milton-Boat I WHISKEY Lodge, No. 3, K. of P..
Cure is the best cough medicine" I .
I K .unt. Pa'.t bl. Pouot. Tut Goo IV Hans Daily Except Sunday meets every Monday Uj
J. }r. Bowles
ever used says 6uoJMraw.e.weaea.or Gnpc.10c.ke.iM. I I Ing at 9.iv at Cattle
Groveton, N. H. "I never found I I ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... I, cooZrsfhat- "CITY OF TAMPA." \ In the Blonnt W t aKnlldlog.
else that acted "" .. ..., ... ) not third Coor ,
scything eo safely I. '--" 0. a.. ..... /w hrs. 1:1 brethren cord:'!.'
SoW quickly.<< Hargia' Pharmacy, (ro : I'( waste ice, at the Willis L,. Milton_ 4::%> am L,.Pensacola,IJJ'pm Visiting welcomed.
John tfheppard, Sidney Kahn. ] nvv'BIlVg ILToaebaio8 0ii I[ Hardware ArPensaeoiao:5)am Ar Milton 5'JO pm N.CAeraz
Co.'s. i I Fare VK; RouaJ: trip,II;.OJ. soil by Dannheiner! BiCS.; T H, UORfLIB K. R. k, 8. C O

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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN ACOLA. FLORIDA, THURSDAY. MAY 29 1902.

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___ PAUNGEFOU'S BODYCONSIGNEDTO SURGIGALJPATIONS THE TROUTING SEASON.Xow l'ft


JHlCE OF to the brooks .!*>

./... THEADMIRAL TOMB How Mrs. Brace, a Noted Opera The fishermen And faroff are nooks going "i,4 "V-. j Ui!

2 1747 Rhode Singer, Escaped an Operation. Each feeling sure >

bland ,enue I Proof That Many Operationsfor Some beauties That he'll well secure worth showing.The : 'h' :

National Funeral Is Accorded Ovarian Troubles are Un. r
: i necessary. trudge Is long .1,
I
t WASHINGTON
the Great But legs are ctror.g. r.
Y Diplomat. I And though there's frequent stumbling
DEAR Ias. I'JXKIIAYTra"elling The flshirmen

CERVICES IN ST. JOHNS CHURCH for years on the road with irregular Push on again for Infants and Children. i
meals and sleep and damp beds broke And never think of grumbling.At .

I j I down my health t>o completely two astoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric $

Feb. 18 1901A. Every Department of the National :"'years Ago that the physician advised a Opon last the they brookThat' look Drops aud Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It h
complete rest, and when 1 had gained contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic R
the for troutlng
just place
;
R. Breaer Co. Government Was Represented as The poles are fixed. sub-tance. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness. .!

Well as All Diplomatic Circles-Remain I The lines unmixed It cures niarrlnea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teethin" .
Chicago. And luck not one Is doubting. Troubles and cures Constipation. It regulates tho

I have Will Be Carried to England. i, Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural bleep. ,.
:
Gentlecen :- They decorate I The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.

DandruffCure Wabhlngton. 28.-The remains AVith U mptiiig bait
Coke May
used
I The hooks with which' they're fishing; "i
for the past of the late I.ord Pauncefote, British ('R LI Then here and thereWith The Kind You Have Always Bough'Bears

ambassador to Washington, today greatest care :
and found it > the of
year an The lines are soon sent swishing. Signature
were accorded a national funeral in

excellent preparation. token of the high esteem set by the They swish and swish, ''' "
Hut nary fish / T r
American people upon the personal It to the surface rising; f *.-- .,j

worth of the deceased and as an acknoledgment \I .. ,I They try and try. \V-: : %'i .'!,
-:: .. And then they sigh } "
t
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7.r i of the friendly feeling 0.I ... O'er failure surprising. r-9. ,"
-It 1 .', ?o -..j'>J-'.
I : I '
iI which ia iherlshed toward Great Brit ; <-.. -' "
I ) ;; ;
II'\ To other brooks In Use For Over 30 Years.
ain. Every department of the national t t ''>: ,
}o And other nooks
"" \ .. .. .. ...
IM tr..u. COPN 'n UAY TtfT oor. c.
I.1 ffo\eminent was represented and national -I, .1)1,: ,. ; ..,;. \/ ; I Their toilsome Hut not a way trout they're wending; .... .

diplomatic bodies of which for I MRS. G. DRVCK.euflScient i I'an they )Ink out I ------- ,

\\ \ I'Alemberte' BO many years the late Lord Paunce- vitality, an operation for i Though oft the Ins they're sending. I II PEXSACOLA
'! ovarian troubles. Not a very cheerful I : Tle
- tote was dean were present, ambassadors -i I pro..pt.'l.t, to be sure. I, however was They fish away BestUJ1istey

li., ,,a a. H. II. \\a. Told.iid :' mInisters and charges. In addition ,,! advised to try Ljdia 1]. IMnkliaiu'sVegetable'C'onipoiind And then Till they're end of day homeward goir-g; CONSERVATORY f I ijf MUSIC
nUll San-
to those the resident society of ,
i -: :i p'ntlcinnn to Tho try to grin :
.a il'HMK u(> thi-re. .'( lm. 1 tI... capital was fully represented. I i ati'e'a h ; 1 did so, fortunately I \hile yarns tl.ev Fr-ln. E O'L CHAFFERS Director
for Ik-fore month had I
WI! a passed ; But not one trout they're showing. ,
I'M': borwV back W 1111 I The presence of'1,0011 men in arms felt that my peneral health had improved '. I'Utsbnrg ChronicleTelegraph.t'.ff !

> .. ut K-hoilY"! I was a > isiile) sign of military participation -I ; in three months more I was I I

-.I. 1 I \\as lo write a com- in the funeral. The ihurth of cured and 1 have been in perfect; I Cnlaritrt. Piano, Voice Culture, Violin, Pipe

.."I.t'." t..i'il! the boy ":lul1 I wnith the deceased was a member did health sin e. I di.l not lose an engage-; : M. Cabc'l. an oculibt of Bordeaux Is Org.ln.Cornet, :MandolinGuitar, And tne Best Liquors
1 ment miss meal. of all kinds:! served by
or Cello etc.
,
I ut irs awful ilifcult
honor reported have been successful in the!
to his memory by bringing to Your Vegetable Compound is certainly Polite and Courteous:
.' i ;i Illnsill; "i}. I S'jiOM treatment of cataract without operations Alo Director Pensacola Concert
Washington; to conduct the ervil'.sthe wonderful and well worthy the : Attendants.
'" .,n t r fe'JIt to us to do. coadjutor bishop of Philadelphia praise your admiring friends who have by the application: of bitLs of Band and Elite Orche-tra. I I

the Hev. :\lal1ay Smith under! \\toin been cured are le.uly; to rive 'ou. I i talicjlate of soila." lIe tins nrrestt'd the FULL MEISURE 40

I, he LuJ tat. alwaysp Mlj hifrhlv: of it, and you progress of the cataract In numerous Brass and String Music Furnished \ FIXE gailllY.- "

UnCniitiuu* < lalm. ,, will lIlmt: I have good r'a"'IU to do II cases and is sanguine of success if the All Occasions.
'. .f. 1I1..r thov.women soil mtt. <;. HIl"'t Lan'.ifliZ.; Mien. DANNHEISSER BROS.
is at
treatment begun an early btage.:
.u.ir Im LU1t1sII'l say '1 {5090 farfat if abort tett.-tionnil is r-t genuine. 1 Address: Escambia Hotel.

iif tiiniV" at-kf the lin- ;'4. The fullest counsel on tliis Parlors of Fit Baptist AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED
i studio:
'"'I"1\ I /) : 4 uhjl''t can IM si'vitreil nitliout .' The London A Hit vf Chronicle InrorniiUluti.casually drops hurch.to I I I. \f Harper f tetoy.M ,
('\I.t IJr writing (o Mrs I'iiiKliani, :
-II' n.J Mr. Mctkuu. Iltu- .. die .bit of Information that the poop'c! ain Houe-401 H. Palafox street.B. i
3Ia Your letter will be
Lynn,
unashuiuiii. ;;. She uurtf- ; of Missouri are called Tikes, "after R. Exchansrc-Opp. Union Depot.P. .

"a 1' dui**..' her l est.Vuah- entirely cunfliloutiaU their great peak." Thus Is American O. Box 281. Pensacola Fla.

Phones 1162C8.There's ,
- I in the English
history made papers. --. -- :

was sting ny the rholf Tha burfal Balsam of Copaiba lots of money to be madein .

\.II'r Dihuppolntrurut. anthira taken from the P'almgas TUB C7bcl ;nd Injections.TVy IfJD I real estate-lots of it. A real estate -

, lined out into the country lung to the old Gregorian chant. CI.K\.SISG CATARRH cure in 48 hours the sign is usually a flntrer-board to ,

.,r; ,,-., of petting; exercise, did The officiating bishop then read the ANDHKAIi'NGCU11K toe Jt8.St' without auyinoonWoman-, wealth. Thos. C. Watson & .
, I II I lesion" for the burial of the dead taken 4 Co. the leading Heal Estate nmi "
FOU :4nct.: '11111"' SI I pRUCClsn
have'some offers which it wouldbe
j' from the fifteenth chapter of the First .
'I !, 'trfjo-ip-ttlnsUy colD worth your while consider. Go
I Epistle of St. Paul Ojf4p
to the Corinthians j I CIITARRjIIs >>
1 h's u II' lil.snicd\ tiresome to Lave I When the lesson p and gee them to-day and don't wait ;
was finished the choir Every till to-morrow.
nail diaiu'cymir: clothes every .
the I
hymn "On the Resurrection'Morn
sang --
lslntere Uril and tilould
:t ff'\\:! \\ants to do a little dig01. Soul &1>OU*the ;::3fU11; NOTICK.
and Body Meet Again, and Cream Balm
; 1Ys I ITb"
:t in tlii jard. -Chicago hUe- M"RHLhirling Spray
then chanted! the apostles creed. k 1 IIr..".'..,Mrt", ., Irijee. I have been authorized to take
u Ill-Mid !!:asy and pleasant "OIlIlRd Sw-on. Win. ;
81-"af. for
The bishop then sabscriptiona Jennings
the last
0 pronounced ,ous !. Contains r81- lo'l ("unYl'm.,1.
/ words that will be spoken over the remains ;, IIjurlou drul1'. .,p.i It 11.I..U'. Bryan's paper, "The Commoner.'
\ (arcfnl Opinion."Our It !- iiii( kly .\lixorlHtdroiriif The is $1.00 in ad
price per year
before their Inferment at the ..., ...",101 ...It. '
|':irt> haa pn-at futnro," said 10R1 PN' HO1E.Flnip : COLD ''N HEAD If\lp".nnhl.uppl, ILeI t vance. Those!' desiring the papercan I
'r.l' jmiltical I HtlniMi st. ancestral home at Preston HnglanJ. i I I MRLIsecImno; b' t_'.. have it sent to them by seeding
death last It ami cleanics tinNas.il I'uis.is es otIl.-r.buI.enittatnlpfnrIl. '
Lon// Paunrefote- pens
\\
"'('11." :iii>WfUil the pessimist! The remains were taken directly to AlIas Infl.iniuiittion.; Heals mid Protects limtnttol Ixwlt,-.IH.It f\\r> I i' $l.OOto the undersigned.

le Isn't any duiibt about its future Saturday morning his remains ha\e Hock Creek cemetery where they were.plaE'd the McmbiHiif. Hi-stores tht'$vtt-n of 'ia-te | lull?aIuL.le.n..u1al1l| igj.vllei umlMirpi-iKiinl M 1K'H,(;0., j H.M. ROCIIE. !
heeii l> lUg:; in :state in the large salonof aol Mnell. Large "'IZI!We. IItlll"llggbts or by
Care News
all 1 right! us to quantity. !I-ut I in the receiving vault there to mail; '1 rial Sue lOc l>y mail.Ii. Room :tlc Times Hldi., Nell.\'oU. Daily !
MW limit tlie 1IIIIIitY-\\'IISil- the t'ruha."y buiMine. The Urit remain until they are conveyed on a I i ..i' r.UOTIIKi I iI*, i ,
ish ensign half staff the 16 M II.rrl'ntn't'to: ;ew \oits.
ftoo.l
at
"' over T'nited States
ir waisbip to the home of '
.
main ilnoiwu\ > and! a s>\\'tbinI; bow ot the late Lord Pauucefote of Preston I THE GARDEN SECTION II

I.taek creptold of the jiunnce ofdrath ..
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1- HUT.- catarrh in ttufri- -
within the house. Soon after l"io'rUxk 10,000 frv o-OJP-o '
Her Textbook.
i I'Miintry than all h others this, morning the bound of Awarded at Parf3
'lit tojretlu-r; and until tlitir One morning; says the\ :s"l'York
wauppoed to be ill- riar'bipp teet and the slon totes of i L\enins I'o.-t. an Italian leading: his Pensacola, Florida, IfI

1 "I', a xrrat many yiiriiincecl funeral music gave retire of the ap. little daughter by the hnn'}. entered a .,

':,' it a lnc.il dNintly I |-rna< h of the funeral ""('01'1. This was public schoolhouse in New York andftond PNA1AROCHEWINE Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus. ., II f i

-rril-I i I 1o&'i I l'l'IIWJ i jt.;. was compo-fd of the Second squadron in the hall. his hat tucked under I ..

-:, failing to cure by of the Second cavalry and the cavalry "'his! arm and his! eyes seeking the passersby : -

"lit..nee pronounced lui it (ill--ai I'aiid the !latter mounted on white i in amiable i nppenl.i \I.A I Beautiful Lots for Sale. : i

'institutional pruMMi ilNc-a-**, b Incises: the Fourth fif-lrt! battery. th- teacher cause out of her room and, CORDIAL I '. .\

I iinit"' i .constitutionalHill' i I Third 1-attalu-n of United Statts engineers h.iipenin to notic-tf him. asked his er Highest Blood recommendations, Stomach troubles for and cure General of Poorness Dettili' j jol 40x137% feet at from $75 to $200 each, accord I

I I Catarrh Cine, 1 and band and a battalion ol rand. lie pu 'hed the girl eagerly for- *. increases the appetite, strengthens I ing to location and
\\'a rd. the nen Cs sad builds up the entire tjsiem.S3 surroundings. I
""I' F..J.l'hI'IIP\\ 1 1'n.tpd: State marines and band. Major

,: tln! only (';III.t Hu- :1 \\'llIialll1.: Iliac k ( oinmamieil the en "She wan' iro !'I'h"ohe\ answered, rnc llrouot Good N Neighborhood '

'. :11!n- market. It i.iy i- gineers. Captain V. F.V. Cote tilt'hatt..y with many bows. "She has book," he PARIS Exceptionally Beautiful View, I
: in iln., from inH.I.IIII. K. Vauffra A Cu.L Fertile I I'
H tapped the I book under the pirl's arm High, Dry Lands. !I
; and! Captain I.. :M. Hrttt the 4crnl>. \ %
"'' It actdi- ,
mid her ha
"ml siate. pointiii; to tmd. --
.. <'a\alry. The soliliers were alonjj on ,
uti
"t! a imicouMir- "Oil.! I see!" said the teacher! smil- The
,",''.'. They olf'-r one eai h sid. of Cononcticut avenue and grandest opportunity for investment ever ,: 1
: III;:. "You have brought her all prepared -
Nil any ra-e it faiU the a.ljaent t.tieets and stood at rett offered Pensacola. j
Can she read? It's a Mistake !
'I! ,'jn.jlltr.I ; :ml te''- while the tergymen and pallbeaiersei.iered f
The f.rtlier shook: his hepd, snmiedand L I
-- the embassy buiWine. Home Seekers Should See These Lots. I
i III-NRV & Co., looked into the lady's eyes In a
The pailuoa'rers l were i Heir Von lit,!.
TIIIl'll Ohio. deprecating way, repeating: softly
7 'I'. 1 Ibeti I the C.prman ainbassador.: :M. Jules!* "She wan' go bchool.:' First-Class Western Beef Is V'.Clubbs

fa'uh,,". the French arni'assatli...-: The te.uber took the book and lookedat i. I
Not 25 Cents Pound.
t ". .,.. a
-I. hf
l.r Time. t unite ('a silll, the Russian amltassa it. She found it old and worn and ,

i ;'tlloVil the .1 iioi. Senor Don Manuel de Ashirox. neither a reader nor an arithmetic. It Corner Garden and Alcaniz Streets.

.i f.:'::T': ." t'. i-SiJ11 the tV\ e lul'dti_ ambassador; Secretary was a "Social Directory of the Year Look at our Prices :
..
r":1'I III-*ifuli7.-.e lla Speaker Henden-on and Senator l)1Jl ... .
,. > -- <: I VI"t 'ear. NOWF. F. C. BRENT. WM. II KNOWLK8 W. K. HYKti. JR., J. H, KKESK. ,
,
'i n wim-u lie inn ti. O. M.I .Platt.! ili> atting president pic -.-. \titt Loirt . . loc to iSo 20c I President. Vlco-Prebident, C.i>bivr. Aii't Cashier, :

"':.( -...-..1 .his.- :
Ii It' v-tsr th"t The st-mcex in St John's churdi in If will make it will Rrisket and Chuck.Sc lOc
i.. thatwy .fay yoU inquiry Rib Roast .. ". .. He ISe
I 1:11': mnrohfil to thoM th<"!' general c-ontoiir wereery fcimi- be a revelation to you how bladder many Ramp .. . .. . 15c 15cConiderinpr First National Bank
!Jar to those which marked the memorial uccnmb to kidney or
'nit tIu.Lhg; that troubles in one form or another. quality above prices ,I .1
s"I''Ioht'lJ at that church in is medical are cheaper than in other city of
;t ul not to 1.\: 1"1' If the patient not beyond any
.. alii niemoiy of the! !late QUi'en'ioria.. aid Foley's Kidney Cure will: this size in the country.
OIK- of tlu'in, OF PENSACOLA. rLA.LIILOT1UJ
As the funeral" party approached the: cure. It never disappoints.V.. A. We do have to pay more for our 'i
ai itt
\ for tbttv-
> '
church the music of the organ and IVAlemberte 121 H. Palafox street. meats and have to charge more
"'I_"'uh ton ha\ e in- < harp were blended In splendid har than formerly but it isn't our fault, : : I

.I.\ : "1nIU.t! It Is' mony. The choir entered in their Pocket cutlery and SCiSsors and we are selling as low as we pos WM. H. KNOWLEB. W. A. BLOUNT, F. C. BRENT. N. K. H YER. JB 1
: mi1', ami I am not'' sibly can.
0 '> <'.ir Uuiniil black vestments singing; the hymn from the finest to the D. G. BRENT,

.'h__ "For All Thy Saints." followed by at the Willis PARLOR MARKET,

lI\("j IS'II;DANG] irthe RUUS.kill np.\ The Bishops casket Satterlee was home and up Mai-kay the entrance Smith.! cheapest Hardware, Co. __ m Phone 173. .l "11. S. Hell .V Sons.Importers I I r pQriL! D Ad m It! ziii 1 B UA! t u l !

steps un>! then ":1 Hir. about I'.t.hopaSatterle Everybody has a rigbtto a little
U I'Iu' in the body
and Mackay) Smith I pieitdedIt piece of this earth. But they mut

,. ,itutiiiitThi! i i. Into the I'iiii.h.:: reading the scrip- fight for it. They mu-t watch: their tJ1rWe draw our own Bills of Exchange: : on Great Britain, Ireland

rt\ei-r-. : ,ternd. tiaiiiiiifii.t'ain a I. lure verSSs !'I"!;inning. "I 1 41111 the reson chance to get it, and get it. WING HOP ij & GOi i Germany, France, Austria Italy, Holland, Spain, Belgium, Russia, Nci

niuIiuttrr fr m urrp ..HI'th\ ,- life saith the Lord, Thos. C. Watson & Co. way, Sweden, Denmark and other European countries. J J1"Vessels ,

,- !-oine i foini. Ft nii'l I hiui that try Kedetmer) liveth" have some particularly fine bargains

I un' !' tritigth' ttP At tin-! foot of the chancel steps the to otTer just now and they invitevon Disbursed upon the Most Favorable Terms and iheii I
and ealerg In-
: ,r. all fiirnn of kit1i i to come and investigate same. Obligations Taken Payable at Port of Destination Ten or Fifteen Days '
ras'.t was lowered to the waiting having done after Vessel! Arrives there.
1 i oIi-"a"p. (ieo. H.ui Ycu will never regret Chinese and '
eniinfer.. Lnn, .r' i .1! a'l then the first of the hymns o. JapaneseFancy ;

"11". .int vibration 11 S ,..i ted liv Lady Pauncefote. "Tho> Goods "Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent in Connection

-.l me a ;;reat de: I i I., (.' ro.Thpir Conflict! Pas-t Buy (l new garden hose with which we havo PriT" oartment for the U.. .1'

inv kidney.- and I of Renter*.
FINE CHINA TEAS
ued from the Willis Hardware ,
Titil I Koly' tike a Drown ng Man.
\V A.I>'Alt mbt: t', dkease the doc- 31 South Palafox St.
.. I neur ii'n( a Company.
-' ""t. uiicalled ily;>p'l'.ia took * WE WILL FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE! I
I could scarcely
of nn that po. . ,
K.XCLKhlON - -
TOBACCO SPIT write OeoIar5 D'ONT and SMOKE attorueof Xocona. Tex. "I twk Wrt tivd'ty for ear hand-. i
11
REMOVAL NOTICE.Dr. lour IJUIII'III..tI..u.!
\DTUrLFTTtRS
Your of and other me di. antlmwtutt aol-tul 4
Lifeawayl quantities pepin "'1'.m our p.u..., and
any form t>(tobacco* using cine but nothing helped me. A- adrowning our niionii"USI'I we, give\\.I full .IV .. .. .re ":'D witn' u..f- ,
'tfong itiicntir > man grab* at a straw I haAr i of. t i of p
: 1J 7aba L-uae.
.ikitig 110.TO.BA C.n' G. H. Tuttle, or Ixxtlo of Fcrtuim' their I
"ii-n irunR. Many eunuivs. !grabbed at Kodol. I felt an in- choin-of 110.....of the bend.PunIestprrfl.utiilntbniap. I -
'. ovtr 5OOOOO provfuiPiit at once and after a few I IBI.I. 1\1.., ,
Dr. J. Q. Heard i .lUM"iriOpalwir*. Kl.iTfU. f.ot.n I'au. Lake |
I
limit- ,.
Cure guaranteed bottles! am sound and well. Kodolis l1at.iIT,4 0th-? ..utIDI "r-.rt.. To
.
1 K W.'r.T1:RLIVOIKO icr,. k<>a.*iit who..llioiily.4! p //"ap j
or :New Yot' 437 i the only preparation which ex- _-_ _ _ _. we it Tf a &V-Plrra DI.... Ht-rt a
Jnne H. DENTISTS.
aetlv icfrodnce* the nitural digestive To Mobile, Saturday night, I toy""4.-but a raulifn'irfim>rat'"l aid
juice-and" consequently" i i,1 the 1aviiictheunion depot at 10W p. \T ,',1011".1." \\ 1u.,; .IRP ft.f tu.iiy....n.e., 11011IhuliT"l. -
llT ''t. "' "H'v.to. I' It.-
KonniB anti 9, M.i oaie 1 tm CrT 11101 p' 1100-4 ..,
1eni >le i;: .t..t .
train will leave Mobile | Ii K'JOIU ( ..
one which digest* any good m. Returning .: tn; 0:"" rnlfr tulu
only I.-tJP.5lue titr It u .. .
I'e .
'Pnirmacy John Fare for the Mind trip 1t'l'hanleallJt'nlisry performed with tfilinlca S&I......' -.ie, On 'II11.4i.-allrllllru".n'.1.1' If''s. I.",,,,
.i'. 1'c trained a-; well trouble. Harris' June I;) tklll.peclai .ood.v-.i..t i..4.y. )\y ....n.er. a.. IrtTvi we .l'i.w A .rry Ixrul 1'1- 1 I
Sheppard, ;Sidney: Kahn. f 1.50; floW Cantonment and Century wen pira..r.l vnV..rhr.f :lamp. W. r.e'.e .4 -.. v"n. "' .tm",!"". S..yr.I".L' -, .
< brain. Casathar'ic attention ncSc! .air pi re Ufortt ': .r'danot\'r' lift *' s daJA' ... I
YoI'lI' For further given to> Chil.lren's }? ? "' m wh -li Mt I
actll.1. tnormatioa .
same as l'en- Teeth.i,old ana Porcelain Killing. Cronand in fow t train \otir O A.9 T O :rL 3: .A.. apply to Bridge Work. )I,.. AI.LW1CHL.5..' 11100.7 l..tblO' maying oa. b..' ...1.1, I
:- .'.t. Icnuinc taliletsC. tadYMHMTMBlap ROBT. hIS<< or
SALVONA SOAP Ccr. 12th & Pine
CO.
C. Never soul in 3earathe PETER THOMAS Best Materirl: Competent Equlr'ment. Sts. ST. LOUIS, MO.

,.;t-, bc. ;I 1guature ur #+ # I Excursion Minagers Telephone >o. <;7H.





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15Y'' THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA,. THURSDAY MAY 29. 1902 I IfS


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r} i ? 'LAST NIGHT'S Paine's Celery TALK NOT CHEAP $1.95 LADIES' All PATENT CALFCOLOHIALOXFORD 51.95 ;



ii'! mEVOOSl ENTERTAINMENT Compound IN THIS CASE i. FOR FOR :.


: Feet Furnishers for Ca!::
1 AND PERsoNALs Tue entertainment-! -at the Ij per" fill Secure fir In UeEe Will Belts, colored, was before the ; rHO fNO :

court today on a charge of curs
J s_ -zz s rSZ5252JL boas*la't night! for tr.e benefit of ,iii! mat Other Mm[ Cacnol city ing and nrinz obscene language.! He i DAYS HERE'S A -t DAYS :

on the Pensacola; Athletic Club was a .
LP Hirschmanleft yesterday Gire was fined (25. i .
a r, >.ne-"* trip ap the P. & A. brilliant succesi and Wi- liberally
Betts attended a picnic at Kupf- ; ;
iONlYI
nize1. The musical: cumbers WONDER ONlY'i
J. J. (jo-; of rdivinnah. Gi.. Ii! initytodiy pstr riau's park Tuesday and came in ona !
Mer- all excellent and the: athletic .
f'j" .- a greet ai the were .
IT STANDS FIRST AND HIGHEST car at 1 a. m yesterday. All the S
-
rd.ar.t work of Bea and:: Walter Dunham! .. t/\/., t
home he made use of vile Y I : ;.
# W. B. rklrvln' of Mobile was and Willie Farine wi srlecdid.l IN PUBLIC ESTIMATION.The way A L.DIE.LL PATENT CALF COL.S ). :

air.oL. the arm-its at the Merchants The program was as follows: language, directing same chiefly to VIAL o.\I'OHH.: WITH LARGE I ee

Harrell. The latter made
' Conductor
this m'Jrrdt Pan 1 $1.95 GILT BUCKLEAND LOUi" 81.95 itIV
l"-fof One Bottle ('..1\\ i iiu'e>. the affidavit against;; Betts. e
.Its. Beatrice Mara! ha- gone to I 1. Chaffer's Orcbe,trl. x 111:1:1.. a

Buford. Gi., to visit her daughter, 2. Vocal:rfolo-Mij-Beruc; Icb. llle >K FOR FOR
Mr!. It. J, Oxen 1 Been, -Qa en of the Pr.ilirpi: :;," The tone character: and quality of Jones informed him that cursing on ...FOR... !

I..-e L.mitb:: reprientlnj; theN $, Chalf3r'solchesra. the testimonials! pnblished ia favor the cars had became the subject of i
1. Piano QI-'ri; RisebaJ TWO TWO :
>-* Orleau* Times-Democrat was of Paiae's:: Celery Compound have so much complaint recently that it

:-II*-t at the Merchauw hat nixt.t. <, Leonard. firmly established position in the i $ I9B
5. Vocal Solo-Miss Nellie Rb- must be stopped. "You boys get on. OARS i DAYS i

Kd. "iifrman, wife and child,;>bo ert-i, -'Tact, Tact." nomes of all intelligent :and thoughtful the cars when half drunk," said the: .

:.Mbi,-n in the city viitiug rela- 6. Double fxHf-Ldi-:: : i". people. mayor, -and use all sorts of bad ...PAIR... j .
Paine's; Celery Compound ha= always i 'I I
Mobile ONLY :
tiv--. left for their horn in *-. Daisy Hyer. Beatrice Whits, Ma ONLYa
to the sick and sutlerID language in the presence of respectable -
appealed -
.. on lha returning:
; trrddyaftern'xr!
i
mie Merritt. Cora Mallory Louise We sbn't tell youeir real wonb. 1f we !
Ix"ur.i/u. ? with nones statements and solid persons. I propose to stop that

pjlmi, Edna Avery. Gentleiren : fact Some doubters-with honest ; : did. you would ten in--d YONDER how we .... ;
Dr. J. Wittm-i, Dr. W. T. Me-rs. W. M. McL'Ilaa.! W. D. business right away. I fine you $25, : lV ';0 -::
purpo9-have taken: the trouble to can sell them at the ob.Yff: price, Bl'T 1'ilfe !
!rii:ties and wife of Cleveland, Als., Howe, J. Watson.. Campbell Avery and in case the fine is not paid, you
write to, and in cases have interviewed : .
many TWO It.\\ ONLY t ;
U il J. D. Owens M. D. of Baldwin J. C. Porter, A. A. h:<;. ks. shall stand committed for 60dvs.OVI : ."
the writers of published .
I
Mm.ty' Ala., are anion, tl." questsMii : Part II ,, ---- .S195 / "' .
testimonials.; Ir. every cse they ------- :i. I
U' t.e 71r rct.ant,. 7. CbiSers' Orchestra. have been thoroughly satisfied, ana \\ FOLLOW ..1Ut'1CiA1'TiC

Della M. Langley\ and: ilr. t. Vocal solo-Mis E,:Ler Ro- convinced that Paiue's Celery Compound PAYING KOIi IT. FOR
etlrcied cures that were mar- FJi ;
1. harry.P.1lfie'
; "
It
physician says i* next to impossible
..'. of brile'o 'j. Char Orchestra. i
\.H fjoififc tte parents Celery Compound claim* a for the physician to g"t his patients Two i
10. VocaloloG.. W. \Vie:! TWO
< vrr.r of Heuand Wright ntreets, : field not successfully filled by any to carry! out any prescribedcourse

J tV. Lii.n R. Walker ollicutin;(. "L'nier the shade of the Pile." other remedy known to medical of hygiene or diet to the : Feet Fur u !:er :)r Ci i 0-.l V. :

Tr.. dttr.iifj.iiti Were MI,- Etta BJZ- 11. Caa-J: ri' Orchestra. science. It i i- the medicineon smallest: extent; he has but one resort DAYS DAYS

/ .. .:,d Mr Lee Hell I:!. Ba DanhaE, tr.e World surferer wich can the: rely poor after, di all"appointed other- left" ,When namely, the druz treat- : 102 South Palatox Street. :
medicines used
__ ment. are .
Famed Acrobat, the! fairs, assisted when .
on medicines' ; fail, doctors give
for chronic constipation the most
: ONLY !
by Walter Dunham and WillieFarias the' patient up a; incurable. mild and gentle obtainable. such asChamberlain's ONLY :
ONE HOLD-UP To the weak, debilitated nervous Stomach and Liver .

--- --- broken down, and de pondent.Paine' Tablets should be Their i
employed.
$1.95 LADIES' All PATENT CALF COLONIAL OXFORD SL95NH :
s Celery Compound gives anew use j is not followed by constipationas
NIGHT "My Family Doctor"Blue .
LAST
and joyous existence. It
they leave the bowels in a natural .NNNrt.NNi/N.NNNI.N.HONNIN+a/Nti etN
hand Ill.. J.a.I li.lj.Jl.Messrs. strengthens the di2estivepowers, renews and healthy condition. For sale
-- ELY BROS. :-I have used the blood, and atsin: the vitalizing by all druggists and medicine deal- -- -
Cream Balm in for curative, thorough manner
: family
your my ers.
t.e small aud unimportant{ robbery nine years and it laibl'crJm' my th'lt-makei! it the grandest help to ___ LAW DEPARTMENT

was reported list night; the family doctor for colJs in the head.I 5utferin men and women that the Six Million Boxes a Year.
world of medicine affords. The -<>F-
use it freely on my children. It i*
Mctirn beiuy a fruit dealer on Beliilr. a Goa end to children us tl.llire. bet test that can be applied to In 1895, none; in 1900, 6,000,000

\. *, near: lielmoat, otreeU. He troubled more or If s*. Paine's Celery Compound i is to use it. boxes: that's Cascarets CandyCa- John B. Stetson University

Yours respectfully, J. KIMHALL thartic's j jump into popularity. The
.',M article; to two wh. bas
negroes Jud 'e for yourself. A trial
size DIAMOND DYESTrnelnnameendeolnr people have cast their verdict. Best Do Laud, Florida.
rated the cash drawer and said can be had for the -mall um of In
are
medicine for the bowels in the world. JOHN F. F'OUBES. Ph. I)., Prp..HlentI.BElrr.l.. F\ltK\II U B I"
cf-nt Supplied by druz2iits 1,1uiaileJ
t. f.dyP taken: it away from the by Ey; Brothers! y: ; Warreu CONFEDERATE VETERANS All druggists, ioc Fall Term Collllileliees'Vednr-da> etu1l1'f 1 11HH'TWO .

j.,' .:.'.'". No intFllllble ftitement St., ew'Y..rk. Full .\z< .*.. cent-. ---- -- -- .... .
: You never heard of one using YEARS' tOURSE-The Law Department o! John B. stet r. I -
any
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atwo-yearV coarse leading to the degree of LL H
< '.:jl'J bf- wrung; from the m< rchint' CONCERT AND DANCE AT WILL PARTICIPATE IN FoleyV Honey and Tar and not being lJ 'JREE AUMITd TO THE BAR-Tb. d.pl'Jma of thO' La.- b"par. ..... '
,i ati;fipd. W. A. D'Alemberte, !'!l hon Tatveriity admits to the Far.
:!.I' mrlrh1DL.Strin MAGNOLIA I1LITF PO.-TPON-
: FURTHER INFORMATIONForthLawAcnnuncemrnt or-: s'1.
MEMORIAL EXERCISES 121 S.Palif'jx street.
will ED UNTIL FRIDAY NIGHT ON .,Information regardioz the Law Ii purtm":.1.Ii!rf"', .
mt'/i"urfoj a.jo.lted
ALBERT FAliRAH D-an of Law DP; irm '
ACCOUNT OF The finest line of silver
CLO-ING EXERCHF sterling .
bv fie, police! department: to stop the I- l.aLOBARGAINS
> OF THE PUBLIC SCHOOL HF.AfJ4 AK1 FR3 goods and silver novelties i is to be
st.sly: burglaries. LaU nutu iud CAMIWAKI., I". C. V. found at J. I. :-t phen3'. Prices to
ATTHE OPEH.H"t'>E.
PE%-.\. '1.\. Fla. May ij: l'jui: v please all. (\
in L til diyli/ht; "plara d'Hlem"n pa-! -- '
The W. "hprmin: I'v"t.G.\.. Wf'm.'W'i'i'ir'i'r 'i r
: (-Jt.J thetrefts, but will. ut -..ucc. ( 'HV N)1'ICEe I I
STEEL HAILS !tau invited all! Confederates to participate J- ---
P--. No ou wa taken up ou d "'i. ......
in the celebration of Memorial the captain. own- '0

and -." charge, but a nuuih r of apparotly'ttiftlersnegroes l Djy, May 8utb, at the National :i1iIt-EI1'HER consignee Madrileoo; will of the be et11II'

: dn'J whitei.i'L. AND FIRE CLAY cemetery where the graves of r ., for debts contracted -
by the crew of bald vessel.
.. lou fur tiut matter were ciutioi.eJ Union and of Confederate soldiers t: naLrzaaaaoA 1It(
--- W. L. WUticb .t <;o Captain.
to leave the street? b for will be strewn with flowers.! Consignees :tmHaEITH

iiiidni?ht. The steamer MiJJI-jiam j : i Castle Therefore the members of Camp
ER the captain owaers $ C3o
Each otllcer!: has =o much territory which is to brin? a caro of :li: Jw Ward and other Confederates who IItO"";; of the Dutch
Alpha will be re
that it i is impoit l U cover the tons of steel rail- here for the Louis can do so, are requested to meet at \ for debit contracted -

.le of the court house at 12 by the crew of said veisel 11\
wr: it properly. county m.
.
ville and Nashville: railroad: sailed: J. LIFUEX.W
Friday: : May 3uth, and to join the !'\. KEFR A Co.. C'aptam. ,
.. from Du -. 1dorf on )bwith. ; a lon.Jjn."s. :sniff
proce<;iou, which will march to the

BIG CARGO OF general cargo for Galveston: and the Terminal station and there take the ORT BARRANCAS. FLA.. May <<
at
rails for Pen acoli. The [jleham 1 p. m. train for Fort Barrancas. Ir 1 '9J4J\ .-Sealed proposal in

CROSS TIES Castle is about due at Galveston: and It is further requested that the triplicate. will be received until 11 :3u EVERY

ladies, or other who will, a. m. June IS l'J02 for constructing, DAYCl
-- -- after di-char?iJ-; cargo for that port persons plumbing and electric wiring ret Officer
send flowers to the station in time '
here.
U. S.
I'... ba j': AJ.IX cleurpil: itiii tnnrun. will proceed here. After she has Quarters reservesrteht
for the train and the tame will be to reject or accept any or all
.*: f">r Jut-urn with a cargo of fi! :yuj.irlioial ,- discharged the rail here she will return taken charge of and distributed at proposals or any part thereof. Information IQ

":> feet of The furnished &14
IIP*
cro-n
> ( on application.
to Galveston and receive car o. the cemetery. J. W. FRATER, .
Ajux will leave thi afternoon in Envelopes containing prrp orals ....
The duty on her cargo of rails will C. V. THOMPSON, Commander. should be marked "Proposalfor
f the Ijcho.
tow tur
; Adjutant. Construction" addressed W E. ..
-- ----------
be about JH-'JW. -AX-a
COLE, (J. M. :ftwit16j2tIHUIEUT
.1 l" "'. I) XIIOI'T ..
The steamer Jennie will arrive Humors of all kinds are prolific of
a
I'mil llt" roiintl ilit Hll\hl ..'<>n.1. :about the same time, 'which is about worse troubles. They' may be entirely v

What a I J..I'h'! some people ;;<> the vh of June' from New York expelled' by a thorough course "N UEIEUrf rNICK'S f V4

t'iroMili LcPuu-f their fool with ab>ut l.t'Hj ton; of fire cliy. On
tin- liuilif -- -- --
ly tiourinl.mcatto -
| right -
the lndy. Take the fallowing; ttiis cargo; there i- h" duty. CONCERT AND DANCE AT L. FRIEDMAN & CO. ;

( x-irpl.: MAGNOLIA: BLUFF POSTPONED : -
.\ fiitl<'man in B ttorn >r" "'th'lIt \'* :
UNTIL FRIDAY NIGHT ON ;!{
":\ two yt-ur-.'t I h"K.ln to rxI EXTRA KEYS
ACCOUNT OF CLOSING EXERCISES
-r-iH i u pt-culiar dpr--i.iii ocra>- :
Timidly with pitins in tl." luck l !I'lftof OF THE I'l"HLICCHOOL

my head uiul down al lug the TO FIRE BOXES AT THE OPERA HOl' C. --
-pin i. Gradually: my-yn-lgtit bo all
to fail ;HId my memory grew poor. A S > RACKET STORE. @ :
;,r nral UPC\'II''Uto-4 net in. I used --- A regular communicationof
ill triP will I coiilxt commanJto K-cambia Lodge No. 15,
power
Fire Chief White for tL.. |,,&.t few F.\o A. M.
help myself hut WcH forced tu .A- ; at 8UO o'clock
ti\f up a sro d piHitioti and -tef-k the days has been nuking a detour of Monday night, June 2
tdic! of the f [wily doc-tor. He HARRY W. UIKISS! ,
the city, inspecting all fire alarm
;
;
-aid nMiir.i-tlit-iiM; and: l sent me to a Secretary. DAILY MENUS
;''ie.t: nerve -peciili-t. So for four box s, gettif, tl.e correct locationof -- -- -- MMWAWMW

month I w.iin+':li.J and l dopd "I Never Kn-w Pain Killer to Fail j
each and sup plying every one Comprise all the Up-to-
with metlicluc, but all to no bent-fit; before
what
the
CaR matter be?
than I went to New York and cone with two keys, putting them at the Date Dishes the Markets --
Miltetl Dr. -. He f ant me to Where is the bottle? There, I of the World ,

: another great specialist, and he in houses closes to boxes aud otferiu;* thought so; it is not Perrv Davh'PdlnkiUt'r Afford. Paxson & Hall'sTransfer.

turn rent me to Htnitarium the least trouble to set at them at all, but something the
I where I stayed a long time. druggist must have made himself

"It was the same! old story. I was quickly. and I did not notice it; I have used I II

Insert with medicine and managed This work will greatly facilitate Painkiller for years for diarrhwa, Ladies' II I
Private
and bathed. Finally I Mtthereaudw cramps and stomach aches ana it I
calls for the department and is a failed."
eat to another specialist who told never I

use I would only live a few precaution that will be the means of --- -- Dining Parlor..* I
month This rather frightened mend If you are thinking of SPECIAL! ATTENTION i
moving
& I placed myufrlf under I>r.-. savin? much property fr :a fire GIVEN TO

He said the stomach was at fault : see Harry Hallmark or call phone

and probably I had not been given damage.- .
the right kind of food. 251! and let him quote you prices. He Regular Dinner Daily. Baggage and Hauling. ';

"He put me on a certain: line of FREE OPEN AIRBAND has the best spring floats in the city. I
treatment :and insisted that I use Machinery, Safes! Pianos and Ij j
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three or four teaspoonfuls of Grape- Short Orders Promptly
The man who owns his home Furniture Moved I II
own Promptly at
Nuts each meal.! I wa-i under his
I
CONCERT insures, himself against lots of Filled Night or lJa)'. Short
Notice
care for several months t steadily .ouble and I ; also Conduct.... I
worry. Nobody
improved until now I am fully re- can I
raise his rent, and the rent day has 1-1 Its T.CLAfo
-bred to both mental and bodily
no terrors for him. It's easy to owna If It', metblDIt (;0011 to Eat Wash Day
\ i 'or.He 1 The free open air concert at Be- home now-a-days, Thos. C. you vUb,you'll find it av
to that
explained ms GrapeNUs -
Feed
Watson & Co. can tell how Livery and With a Gas *
contains a goodly portion of villa square given by Wyer's band Call you Nick Apostle'sPopular Range-
easy it is.; and see them.
phosphate of pet ash, a nerve and last night heard is DO longer a blue MOD .
was and
brain food, and that the food being enjoyed by Sale Stables.
partially digested the system could ( hundreds of people who crowded MAGNOLIA CONCERT AND DANCE AT Restaurant. with it's heat and steam and klnrtr
BLUFF
make use of it easily. At any rate Igot ': POSTPONED annoyances. Those housekeef'
well and both the doctor and the northern half of the square and UNTIL FRIDAY NIGHT ON Comer Zarragossa and Jefferson Streeta.OFpobi who value a good servant can a-..1)
ACCOUNT OF
myeelf know that Grape-Nuts madeit drank to excess of the excellent CLOSING EXERCISES tt Plaza. .
the '
J work
OFTHE PUBLIC SCHOOL Telephone 251. lighter with a Gas; Rat
possible.
"I sincerely believe that practically -i musical renditions. AT THE OPERA HOUSE I l as it saves time and labor as well

all of our nervous troubles are Several numbers were rendered I HARRY HALLHARK. I fuel. Its; facilities for all kind-
Marston $ Quina are sole // wish the best
caused by Iwperfect nourishment. It you very cooking are infinitely superior

was fortunate for me that I could upon special request and the band agents for the celebrated ice cream freeer at the very ,\ _Manager Transfer Department. I coal ranges or stores.Peosacola .

get such a food as Grape-Nuts. You !i seemed to enter into the spirit: of the Odorless
cin nse this letter, but don't publish refrigerators, lowest price, the Willis Plant a spring garden. !

my name please." Name given byPostura 'music, for each number was fault. absolutely guaranteed or Hardware Co. can please The Willis Hardware Co. Gas Co

. Co., Battle Creek, Mich. I teas. ,,

.r., .. money refunded. \ you. I!. can sell you the tools cheap. No. 3 S. Palifox St., Penucola Fli

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