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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
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Creation Date: May 30, 1902
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VOL. 37 PENSACOLA, FLORIDA FRIDAY AFTERNOON MAY 30,1902 NO 'g


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SPEAKER HENDERSON CHATHAM PRIMARY;: ALLEGED CONSPIRACY KING ALPHON 50 s J 3



RESULTS BAT i lEI TO OVERTHROW I PLAZA j


LOSING POWER i DISSC(1LVES CORTES'

Politics and Police Cause Disgraceful Former President Alfaro of .

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'-- I Scenes. i Ecuador Denounced. i I : ,

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A. i to eliminate .' -yekr fr-.m CLUBS WERE FREELY USED
ATTACKED BY NEWSPAPERS Hptcial l to TtieNtws.j :
GOAL COMPANIES
May 30.-Speaker (CPto -e"n..- i.f L: e t;" !..nutlet on j Madrid, May &'.-Ti.e ifficial
Opposing Political Factions Indulge i r
'! .iJer-on of Iowa is no \rule-. It Is Asserted That He Has Called .
'guttle hs : Alpl.ono'5
todayl'lbli- King
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In Lively Fighting at the Polls In ANTICIPATE TROUBLES
Upon Colombian Rebels to Assist '
il.ir leader of :
the re-1 Savannah-It Is Said That Result of ;' decree ab-elcii.g tbe 1 1peelal
j j Him Promising In Return to Aid I
&..cVl of the hou,e lie': STRIKING MINERS ( ;
i Voting May Be Contested. i | Cortes. Thii* Kmsr Alphor o'? ,
1 i Them I M: Defeating Conservatives. 1 to the New i.Pottaville : ,

,ir good jolts in quick ::;aullllah.taJ i'j.Savannah began I j first political act and wits i iued for Ta; .. M4 ::::,.-=The coal i., '

I HOLD BIG MEETING I Guayaquil, Ecuador: May I":'.-Thai .. I companies in this section: are gather [
a uisiriactful primary election for "
Vf convinced his I j: the of curtailing! the disco .
i purpose ;
here this denounce '
their
cuuutottktrb:: this morning.Representatives I newspapers morning 1 : : -I ing special policemen to protect

1 -tICtl.ltheii: not a ----- I former President Alfaro, of siou incident to the tel'tJatiou of propel ty, and in the event of a conflict /
: to the legislature
special tuThf NewsWilkebarre : Kciift'ior, who is resiiin.'here, for conspiring I I on Monday they will have a large body I!i
and a full county ticket are being >euor Canaleja*, tl.e minister of : '
of men in the field. It is known that a
Pu., May :*i Pre=i- voted for.About : to overthrow;: President Pla/a. I :
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I u.inent success daria his agriculture who represented the strike' of the pumpmen: engineers: and +
: successor, who in
the polls there have been : : wan inaugurated i ,

,:.;re-s iu the role of lead- dent Mitchell returned today to take fights:: and scraps innumerable during August last, asserting that Alfaro has |i workingmen in :Si: a-tu's cabinet. !I II i firemen is inevitable.the Strike action l leaders j
I are protesting against as un
i- dujuj very well so faranultheCubanreciprocity charge of the coal: -trike. The dis- the morning.The called oil the Colombian rebels: to s:iU:,. | necessary. They say there will be no

conflicting Union and Citizens' j pond their operations m Colombia! andcome !i
the of the strikenunless
violence
I trim president; met tlls afternoon club THE SPANIARDS ARE upon part i j
or administration forces met at to Ecuador to help them.It I they are forced to protect them r !

i .' up. At the start he, with to prepare their report. the courthouse shortly before (J clock is further asserted that the former VERY INDICNANT selves. i !
this morning and at once began to I
. : -r republican members; President Mitchell aid a mass fight. president has promised that after II I -- I
the Colombians have been victorious in j Madrid, May 30.Great indignation Test of Creamery Butter.

1\- i,: ,lust tile bill, and he even meeting of engineer, wiremen and The Citizens' club followers bad overthrowing President Plaza, Alfaro i Chicago May 29.-The first exhaufr I
been informed that a strong bully had has been aroused by the discovery
pumpmen would be held here tonight will assist them to defeat the Colom- tlve test ever made of creamery but
w -1 far m to write a letter de- -
been imported to whip John Garrity, b ian conservatives against whom they that a Basque deputy, Senor ter taken from all parts of the United

/ position and views.; He at which meeting the striking; one of their workers, and when tne are n"w waging a war. The Guaya-1 I States was finished in Chicago laiC

. miners will make a determined man resting under that suspicion arrived qui! pacers are asking Alfaro to furnish Arena: sent a telegram to PresidentRoosevelt : night by examiners appointed by fuse Ii
-"kl\ of of the
the
; advisability he was set upon s>o quickly and j' ar of his I I of agriculture and the National
effort to get these division of work- explanation conduct congratulating him on .department i

V. .; tp-rs of the country uinu.rlueuce so effectively that he vanished cryj j .. Creamery Butter Makers' asso II V {J Jclatlon.
is the! Masse
strike.
men to join "
ing. "Enough. the independence of Cuba
I] Samples: of butter from 500 .
. and insisting ou meetings will be held in several While the fighting was general the : EXPEDITION buttermakers', represuntng! 19 states, f J

!li-in-jf given; to Cuba AS sub?iI other town f.r ti.e same rurr()-e.I police only arrested Union club men. j THE BROOKLYN were examined and similar tests will I j

so fr as the records at the barrack* !:! be made from now until October, when I j
I hy i the! *u.artrurt.letter go. i i iIshmacl AGAINST ZELAVA
will be submitted. !!
a report
Carter had his head I! AT STATEN ISLANDj I
I- was hardly mailed beI I THE COAL STRIKE splitopen II I --- :I
with a billy or policeman's club II <*
I I Refused to Make an Award. Vi j
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1.I chanrd! about face and
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and he is in the barracks. i j Special! to The Sexs.s i
MAY BE ENDED j special to The New*. St. Louis May 29.-The grounds and
I cued wilL him his "leaders,1' i Sam Davis, an ex-policeman had hi New Tor,. May 29.:-It 'i(is reported building: committee of the Louisiana I
head cut open with a club. He claims I New York. May :*"i.-The crui.erBrooklyn
j here cables! the Purchase exposition after examining
! .4 'ue, Dalzell and Gro,,tenor. Jutri to have been held and beaten. There GUdla ul. Ecuador.corespondent arrived from Cuba today
of The Herald that (the bids on the construction of the
i si'r''Ia1 l to1V.atNew- were others more or less hurt. and i is now anchored off Staten iiiI
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came mJe which
a surprise I i a long with the military expedition' ] Palace of Liberal Arts refused 19(
Xew Yoik, May 3-1.-It i rumored President W. P. LaRoche of the 'I and. It landed ex-Governor Wood of
.. which (left Colon make award the figures all
d him to pau: ?e. Kepresenta- I recently for Boras del l J an being ,
[ here today that the strike of Union club, called upon Chairman T. Cuba: and t'LtatXolf"lk onthe
Toro on the Colombian gunboat General way in excess of the estimate of the $61)0- I
whom h had M. Cunningham Jr., of the Democratic .
previously coculd the anthracite coal miner may reacha Pinzou there were also shipped :i iaboit up.I O'i0' by the department of works. Tha f
't! executive committee to de"Iare the -
> not be moved, for they settlement :'ofonJ1In I | 1.5'M rifles and 21".uuO car- I committee will order the plans return. i
counecyi election off before the polls opened
I I tribes for Generals Mona and Pedro I IJoaijnir. iSECASTA AND ed to the architects for extensive revision i
..i-ludeJ! to suy where the 1 I tion with the possible ending of the I I because of the unfair treatment accorded I !
Chammaro leading conferva in order to bring the cost of the t
his forces by the police, whom
\I' -' After this outbreak itif.'ular strike report* come from Clevelanda ,live politicians in :\iraralllIllhu, have 'j building within the allowance.
he declared werp partisan.! The chair- .
: thing to overturn a conference between SenatorI man declined! to do bo. been staying in Panama for several :j PREMIERSHIP i
week; and who are supposed to have j Rochambeau Party Entertained. I
I I Mark A, Hanna and George; Perkins Chatbam county's representatives f In I
gone to Bocas del Toro on a Germani New York. May 29.-The member
the next legislature: will be M I..ssrs.I !ollPrlal to The News.Madrid. ,
of the firm of J. &
trpnt leenlng- the Pierpont Morgan: i I mail steamer. of the Rochambeau party went today i ,
: I Co. It i U said the two men dicu-<- I Pleasant A. Stovall. J. Kerns Cann and M j it is said that they will proceed May ';23.''The possibility of to \Vhitelaw Reid's summer home at '' .1.1Rhlnphook.

\\.r ha; put a crimp 1U the William Harden I IAM :Ithencr; tu the nearest :Nicaraguan port the early retirement: of Senor Sagaata where they were entertain. {
I led variou* plan" of settlement. the present county officers will ] front the
4 -0' that it no longer fits j nn the Atlantic side with re\ulutly r I premiership is again being ed at luncheon. This evening the Six.
-- be redectt"d.I
r |i ary intentions against: President; 7.t- discussed in connection with. the differ.oiKts ty-ninth regiment: will escort the mem. I

: ". ,hly, and in spite' of hi J CONCERT AND DANCE A \ iava, who, however, already has been I regarding the meeting of the bets of the mission to Delmonieo's, ..

:' ..1:1}: majestic frown and MAGNOLIA JiLl FF :-; CORPUS CHRISTI ;| inturnied of the move and will not bei cortes. where a dinner will b<. given them by I I
| TXTIL FRIDAY NIGHT OX al I The of
j :i taken by surprise, even if a successful' president the senate, SenorMoctero the Friendly Sons of St. Patrick. At

nr !.e no longer inipiresi 'I COl'XT OF CLOSING EXERCISES | landing should) be effected by Generals Rita considers that as no decree midnight the, party willll'a\'c for New '

11- jf the represents : (IFTHFPL'BLICS CHOU I. I DAY OBSERVED J ;: Mfi.a and Chan
AT THE OPERA HOUrsE.I j geed somewhat difficult, as the coast the law requires the reassembling -- .

-- i i 'is well guarded. of parliament and he has decid- British Cabinet In Special Session.

w foot ,I I'yaylal 4un ICrlirvn Ithht.ay., Special to The Sews. Should events prove these reportsI I ed to summon the senate to meet on London, May 2':*.-The British cab.
I i proposition on snictst asa;JeeJ1 cad o.cou a4tl cod.'III' 1
June 2.Senor.
Vlpnna.Iay: 2" -Corpus C'hristi day I be true serious complications may |I (inet was especially summoned last

was celebrated today with the customary arise between Colombia and Xlcara- \[ Sacasta is opposed to con\'ok. night and sat for a little over an hour. i. ,
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i gua. appeal to the It is generally
-- - magnificent ecclesiastical ceremo ; accepted however this
1 king, who. it is said, will not sign the morning: that the session
i ny. Emperor Francis Joseph the archdukes though brief, I
\ dock of Bargains v Till S the principal officers of state ',| prorogation decree without consultation sufficed to put thp final touches on the

11 1.1 h I1:1:1: \ : I and the municipal authorities were KILLED BY with other political leaders. It is.. agreement which will terminate the
I 1, held In some quarters that such action !
The
present at high:; mats in the cathedral war. colonial secretary, Josepher .
--\T- rat 7 o'clock In the morning. Subs j MAD on the part of his majesty will rend Chamberlain, was tufficiently recover- '

!I fluently the whole body paraded the ELEPHANTiHptcial j |I Senor Saasla's, position untenable. pll from his Indisposition to attenJ

principal !,streets headed by the elerey I --- II I what f is already designated as "thapeace" j
THE BIG STORE Plaza Congratulates Palma. cabinet.ATTENTION.
and banners of every parish in the ,
New York. MayPresident: Plaza
to The New*
city. The emperor walked, bareheaded I : I
has sent this cablegram to President
carrying a lighted candle behind the New York. May 29.-"Tops." a female BATTERY B.
Estrada Palma ,
rabies
l I' :' hiP Bingham Hem Sheets Bath Towels i elephant of the Forepaugh & the Guayaquil.
and Madras host.A Ecuador correspondent of The Herald: You are hereby ordered to '
i large party of Americana including Sells circus killed a man at the show asem;
I :tOe eH.h "In the name of the people and bleat armory hall Wednesday ,;
Swiss lawns sit values : 'I)011, nleaehrdTurhls Robert S. McCormick, the United grounds! of the circus In Brooklyn. The government 4th, 1902, at K o'clock in June
Toxeh of Ecuador I salute and full uniform f:
I for Hem. P. Cases States ambassador; Chancellor Hale, victim was Joseph Blount. of Fort I sincerely feel rejoiced( at the you adventof for the regular drill. Business of im h ,

: #l.a; 12 ill and the secretary of the embassy; Captain Wayne Ind. Hw went to the elephant's portance will be transacted. Fail .:

4c yard 12 c yard J :.: eaelr #_:.65 doz. : Floy W. Harris the military attach indnsure, where the animals wwre i I the Cuban republic. To this Pre e- noL l d!
\ j ideal Palma: replied: 1 cordially By order of :
and Judge Frederick W. Holla, of New waiting for their breakfast and each I ap- A. H. D'Alemberte, ::
stuck out his trunk I predate jour congratulations and Captain. CHA. VILLAK,
York viewed the pageant from the to "shake hands"as
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;.i: \ I HI C4IRET WAIT Parasols I windows of the United States consul Blount passed down in front of'' wish you and the people of the republie -- 1st Sergeant. ;i,
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f..111'r Department. Departmpnt. ate. them it being the custom of the train- ef Ecuador all happiness and pro S. -- --- i3

uPanttlulsbortaod . . perity." Of All Hot Weather Enemies .
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to salute
'It1t\
; 15c Off ers each elephant with
I ,...alP! yw1rum WbUt> I'lDkand t.or.t F- . ....', j tie tap. a genj j I of humanity cholera is the worst. I 1'
"I't or 'In AllF'nP 1..00,1. F or. .. . 'd'C Treatment to be effective must be
Tb..1\:' ; GUILTY OF Blount had a beer glass in his
has : prompt When
be yard 49c each 5ee our Hlc Wai31 S.ik Glorias $125; and when he approached "Tops" I HOODOO J SHIP and sweat announce vomiting thai the purging dls'f: ;

shoved it at her instead of giving the { ease is present combat it with "_ ___ ,

GRAND LARCENY usual greeting. This art seemed to LIZZIE BURRILL L Davis' Painkiller. All bowel :H
\ t TI\u GE."ITS' OEXT! 6r) Silk Alpaca I les, like diarrhoea: ,
cholera
Coats and Vests offend the great bfa t. In an Instantshe i ;It
l. ,lrtIlent. :NIGHTSHIRTS HV\DiER and dysentery are overcome b' J'I'
.. WEIGHT Grt.at\alues seized the man with her trunk, killer.
+j' a'" Fad: Naiusook I Special to The News. I I It is equally health-p ,11!
,l. and after hurling hm violently to the ing in all
climates.
and Five sailers Samcel
,
: Ferguson
," ti. td Cambrics UNDERWEAR 75c to $250 Chicagoay 2A jury in Judge ground, knelt on him and crushed him I J

F'e Suit Brentano's court today returned Edward Smith, Jack Brown, Chad .1
: a verdict to death. Keepers cam to the rescue If
Il lf you are thinking of
Price 50c, 75c. $1 lt e gait Worth Double finding George d'Essauer guilty of ,I too lats. They drove "Tops" back at I White and Frank Smith, were taken movius

grand larceny. He was charged with removed the body. t before British vice consul Fred R. : see Harry Hallmark or call phone 1

stealing =FO Ilk) belonging to frs. Harvey I
., 251 and let him
MENTRUNKS I Bonar this quote you prices. He
Fistirrr. Tackle j morning aud committed
a' STRAW HATIt : his mother-in-law. The Jury found New York's Anthracite Coal Famine. I! '

f IIJc.Vests Imitation l'aaama and CRAB SETS that he was guilty of taking 15000. II New York May 29.-According to'i I|I to jail for refusing to serve a? seamen has the best spring floats in the city.

D'Essauer, according to the testlmo- ![ retail coal dealers this !
city will enter;: aboard the British ship Lizzie
: v ALI:5ES'tsts ,
\ll'f.trit.f I
\ : For 50c lnd all kinds of ) ny got the money from Mrs. Harvey today upon the first day of IU real anthracite {!I Burrill.I Marston Quina are sole { i i

See the New by fraudulently reporting that he coal famine since the strike': agents for the celebrated'Odorless
.:ee for $1 saetheminN1edOP Dresser Trunk. Sporting Goods It will be
) would Inveat it. Instead It wag alleged of miners. Not a cargo wa In sight j I remembered that the
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-- he spent much of it in traveling in the markets yesterday. The aloe pe: Lizzie Burrill was tied up at Mobile refrigerators, I

ICE BOXES Gasoline in Europe and America in pursuit of I of many of the yards are depleted entirely for two months on account of tithe absolutely guaranteed or :
e
i an actresi. It was alleged that he by the severs drain of the I I I money refunded, \
Hammocks Shoe Sale !
kind
same of trouble.
f5.oo to $i.50 planned to "star" the actress, but the two weeks and nowhere except In Subscribe! to the;NEWS 1

Stoves plan fell through. yards of the railroads where coal !is I I!lOne Bottle of Burnett's Vanilla Extract wet k. lOc per

$1 00 r to $3,50 Refrigerator: Still Continnfs : : hoarded by the thousands of tons could' i I I l ts better than three ot tbe doubtful klad. .1

I $3 $4.50 l When You Go Into a Drug Storeto be had even a glimpse of the mineral < Though costing! a few more rent per bottle NAVAL STOUfcS MAKJttET.Reported > ,
f9 50 to '32. $6j 1 i j Its purity and great strength make 11 the: -
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: )i get a bottle of Painkiller, examine most! economical. Daily for The News by If

if it is made ,,7j Ice cream freezers that I Union Naval Store. Co. 1 .
j it carefully to see I I I If !
yon want a nice
to
present give '
j :; Perry Davis, and don't be persuaded I freeze quick, at the Willis !' to a friend, go and look through the _... ..... XOBI9. I (
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lUillinm t Jobttiott & Ott. to take something "just as good" be-I Hardware Co.'s. i elegant line of suitable articles at .... ..... ...... set (j ....._. .--11 1\1) ',
cause it is a few cents cheaper. ] J. I. Stephens you surely can find "--. ..... '''- II 301 ,::::._.- 1 &) !
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something to If -- ....- 2 1:.._. .._..::-:: 3) .
please! .
( : There i is only one Painkiller, "PetDavis' ry you. you ... .-...-.- 2 J D I :!S
( ) Pjraf-Bal *m Stop the Tickling, want anything in the Diamond line 1--_ 1
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bottles 25 and
: 50c. below.-1
i Large : be sure to see him before ,
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{1j CHILD WEAKNESS. tCp i S HOVE AFTER. 30 YEARS. :. G01DDUST
A FACT .
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B AN INHERITANCE .
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ABOUT THE "BLUES" .lIiton( Black: Received By His Wits
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; i! You can ,,,'orfor months and Child.
l What is known is the "Blues' ..
Cta.'Iotte! X. C.. May :29.-After an DUST "
rOr''cl) "Let the COLD twins do work
.14 t seldom occasioned actual exist- your
; by
r la eoScnial t.nes the faaT BiMe about your weak child and not absence of :>". odd years an old nan,
; tef external conditions, but J n the AIKiOs Black Las returned to bis

treat majority of cases by a disorder was often the trust Important article in succeed in doing it even a hOLt ia Yorkvjie t.t: t.toOrt.ood ands
j tit LonLoM.: : The Archsr, an aristocratic -
ed LIVER -. ha beea received by !:sII'e and
fans'cf Maryland. pr .,sEr Fed small fraction of the good that ,
.. THIS IS A FACT chl(& the latter now grown to nantood's '
l. a very brie Bible! : that ha-1 lon I
which be demoastra- comes from little! daily doses tHat
r r may hr'.teLt !r.cl Er2! = ted of About & years ago Mr. Back left
by tf'lag a course
s..ce dfrsctnde-J from fatl r to seat of Scot.' J.1..: .: t\
.. .__._.0._ I hone ad soon all tews from him

<':;ea tie Revolution came: ColonelKotert j!' ceased and h* was naly given up.

Arcbar-1 adhTed to the of This unfortunate weakness
cause
However, after the !apse of years someone

utl's Pills the kin;, iDfloccln;: two cf bis: sons to children invites all Hvizz in or tear Kics/ Mountain.N. .
in some : : r I 1 ,
do the s-ice.: II:? votsngest: son Carrol Blacks
I C.. got information that Mr.
Ar-Lanl, joce! tLe TeU-ls" and was '
manner of disease. The cure Ira living in the eastern part of North
bansr.t\l! by L! father. Carrol married .
: They control and regulate the UVER. Carolina.

They bring hope and bouyancy to the Mania Carts tie fis'tr of a brother j jcScer is not a matter of a day-but : The grown soa of Mr. B',:.ck took up I i
in the evolutionary! aray. Car-:

t raind. They bring health and elastic- roi was til.'ed! at the battle: cf Moncouth. the cure is almost! vital to the the clew and investigated, with the

)t1 to the body. leavlDz his Wfe to ctrnEtrr! I Ichild's rent that: the cl-3 nan was found in

> 'TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. the 5C}'}Art cf their: Infant son. success in life. ; North Carolina. He hal spent some w !

Not long after the c.on! :Itad tiThe me in the Soldiers' hcme !in Raleigh. j
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ASSAULTED.
Are ard died. He was a strange maw }ass his dec.cng years.

-- a:..] It wa expected that tis will wonJ-l power in i pure cod-liver oil is J Mr. Black: is now over 70; years of
I Ir Ind.ana: Excited Cver Crime
Vifa3e ::
contain some singular: frov'sior.s.! Thef age. No explanation! cf the strange
ef CriKfiOAn Man.La given to weak children by ;
expectation was taEh! :d. lie <:iT1dft! evcott's ent is given out )lr. Black has been
I"'. < Jr. Ma. :'-
-t ii.r
.< : 'i.: =f ex LrtPm'r.t ;s f-rojierty Into two parts cf about S : Emulsion. Children at' tome about 12 .:!ays. Mere clothes are rubbed: cut than vrcri c '
.r .fo of
jr'-.a. era'ty agent value ?iv'.n! ; hs: oldest: son Robert

Lake of tL- W'.rf!iJ. & sUH1! vrialrn! first choice; hs! &*u sow Jam s. 1 like it and thrive on it. Perfectly Stand Like a Sump Wall.

:Marsha!! "o-inty ncr the trual av second cbo'.ee. :
A thud beget was the
salt: of >!rs. P' tr V<-tvk hy harmless powerful Between roar children and the GOLD DUST
:&n ua- family! Bbe: which was left to the yet torture* of lashing and burnin eczema -

b:070'n fr.at Th wonrau fs !f.!::? at widow and Ltt.'e: wn cf Carroi Archard scaldhead or other kin diseases.

the poir.r of <]*ath anti her assailant is la carp t.eith'-r of his SODS r.reftrreJ.d to {(.ir good. -How? why by u=leg: Kucklen's

at larMrs.?-. take the book relininiihln? his shareto race f-f Free Cl*::;:*. Arnica Salve earth'3 ?reate=t heal wiU spare your back and save }'c::r cc:

V tlf/ck was afemptz! 4rv Martha and little Carrot er. Qaickeit cure for Ulcers. Fever Better and far eccncmicai than .
mere sea :
Par: SLli.1tBack
-';" ITSE'lyNF. Cetr.l't.S ;
force g'f thronh a gate when a When the will was read: RotxrtArchari : Brui-e*. Infallible for Pile*. ?:,c. ether Washing Powders.
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man pr..r'.1 I Ir.to I the gateway. The after thoroughly inrestatins;
at W. A. D'Alnr.berte's drug store,
woman tr-i! h'm; to pet: out of the way the value cf the two portions selected :
from Dark Cent:re'it. 1:21 :youth Palafox street.Escaped .
t-ut !c.Bt<-ad 01 dole:! =o he picked up a that which he considered most dtsirafilbert Made c-y! l by THE: N. X. FAR3A! :;:{ CCVFA' .
Nrw D 'atur. Ala.: May 2S.: -Miss!
t-oard ar..' f.- "< r r' r f.t the h'-ad.I>. Ccnvit Cau'It.'IW Chace. :;Ex Ycrt. EcsUi S uLc-s.- .ate s G C'.A_ -Atf. -
Ella Gwr."i4v n" has returned froman :
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then I"a i..: .nYJ ;:r.r.'UiIH; : Arcb-ird. said the family:
= York .
18 month absence as a nise.or.-: May Jl: Louis AITr.athy. -
ted fra.r.i : 'r <=-:',::. lawyer who bad drawn the will, "your fr
father If aryn Sierra Leoce, A ria. This alias B-iJ Abernathy ans
charged me to ask you yon
would 'Is Miss! Gwf-ccudykfc's second trip to aped convict: : from the )Ieck:*-:,-, .'acounty
relinquish your share to Martha
SeSSION Cr THE SENATE.Confereiei .
Arc-hard and her son, taking; the family the dark continent she having pre. prison. in North Carolina: h -1 B. WRIGHT COfflPflfiVSf

Bible .-ly spent two years there some been raptured !n White Plains. H- .
en the P.ivtr ar.d Harbor instea'L"y '
"I ears: ago. She brought home wither arrest !ollon.f.n attempt to nab!: an
Bill ',,,ere Ajretd To. :
The lawyer then told James Arehard *:. a Lark parrot which is said to ; Italian. At..rrathy3" serving a !Icn_' s ANCFACTPRER3: AN: ]
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vrai-hlwton May 25 -The senate
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that it was optional with him to take be the only one of its kind in the sentence for burglary when he *-='
ronvfr."'! at 11 o''lfx-k today in ordr = : .J
the remaining! portion of the estate or United! Stat..:;. At her home hue she taped.Folly's. -- LUMBER LATHSPENrfACOLA.
ttat: FiS'.f-r. atr."'FLr b" afforded .
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the BiMe.! ; Jat&ca showed no more disposition has the fir.tst and most extensive tol- "
tor tLeO.S..OL: yf rh" Philippine:
to five hs! inheritance le'-Gnn of Honey and Tar ia peculiarly /
np Afrifan colon to L" found t
//..L A ;pat rfoii"lj ition was report.-
end patf"'l nthorizns the sef-rf-tary flatly deciim I chiti: and hoar"E-U"-. \\'. A. .LL ---1 Ift -

of war o tf< Ji v-r to th? governor of D'Alemberte lal: .S. Palafox" : -- --=- HA
iicfore band'n:; over the two por Cure Cancer, Blood Poison Eating

New Jry !-'w h captured bronzfan- tious! of the estate to the brctbrs HIP Sore, Ulcers Costs Nothing! Try.

ron: nor Prrrertng lr.",,') pounds in attorney adcird them: "I was in Blood and I is thewell' .
p"ioii deadly cancer The
Home
weight! as aiht: te nl--I S&ary for the four f.ithf-r's confidence whPp to mad are the: wor-t and moat deep-seated: : I ll3ppy ROYAL STANDARD mm\\ \

cotftruetioi: of an l-1u'JiitrEn statueof
this will. lie told! me of the eiisterce (blood
, the :late Major r"r.praI Serell:: 0The Mrs Arc-hnrd! and her son and was di-ea-f"! on Eanh.Ft the furnished home. Marston
I Yiars Old in Casts cf 4 Fall
easiest to cure: when J5oturic Blood Quirts, at S3.23 CE 'm;
i coEferer-f1- the river ani ondfci-,l what to do for th.-m In toe j $ Juina can supply
tarbor bill was agreed Balm \* u-ed. If you have: bon{ you !+ --
to. qif-athin his rop-rty. lIe detcrmined

to l leave all to his two sons With a p oi-on. producing; ulcer bone pai" j with all needed in the way WHISKEY Hdi-tilleJ n : \

b
retard and litt.'e; riieu- 7 before bottlin?. It i absolutely n-t ..1.1ii .
K.iur een VeaiH I' ufTerinj : Carrol and provide! :xati-lI1 or offen-ive form of Ci t,rrh.can ,ou'e.stnriees caslaorcrerlithcAITORIA. cellEd \Vhi-kW; .. ;
". in quality by .ftco ,
for them. I told client! that in any
"I have been at'licted with =cj,1tie my ray and caledeadly cancer eating where '
matter produced. '
t Ions eip-rienee in such matters I had hlftduff"tfrini ..lliii'ft TR -
orew
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rh ; !
urnlti-1J1 for
fourteen year. i? eight years old when bottled d i
Jo-h Edgar of fierma'ntnwn. MM* known a !U-gatee to part with lump. per-i-tent wart or -,re, Bear to : I excellent j: -
i-EiYS Its quality, is the chea-- 'a
Cal. wa-" able to be around but :-ny fx.rtion of his! inheritance through take lidtauic Blood J:elm < B. B. B. } 1e'SS 2a ar"I; ;; the market at that price As a ban -; '

constantlytillered. 1 tnedvry- an !inttruction which was! not obli!;:a 'It will cure even the wor-t ca-e aftfreverything cf ab-olutely pure stimulant, tljer.rshippcd .- -

thinK I could heir of and at I It: **, wa* t-jry by the will I advised him that el-f fail. B. B. ]t. drain- in cases containing no mrkw

told to try 'hairibf-rlain: s Pain Bilm :if !he: wisU,"J to provide: for his ranC.rrut's the poi-on our of the. -y-tem ar.d the 15il-arm from the Northern \Voo- indicate contents. If pnreha=er. uj >i .
which I did aid wa- blood, then every asks heal making ire ta J'il.. .Br.:,acu.e a-r-i-D cars for iijiinerjiatelyrelieved
: family!! to do so by lenvin; a thewhr.key. i* not ai-fied with! t1 -.M
and in (-.ort I tfce: blood pure and rich. and build-
a time cure ', can return the same a; -.if x > .. r i u'
I'' rtion: vf his! property directly to ; .1
and I am happy| I". -iy it has iint tthin. n?: up the broken-down b'-dv. Bu- SCHOOL Pl'LIKSAt : will be refunded.
Colonel l Arc-hard declare.1 that tonic Blood Bairn 'B. B. },'. thoroughly
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Rlncereturiie: <| W..y! not, u-P tl.i- All orders st ulJ b I1CHTYEARSatD ti
liniment and /'t well.. It i- forale litli.td perfect confidence in the p-ner. ted for :30 year-. I>ru;! A C, \ Tlinmpw \f). It SouthPaUi acs"npani'-d'
currency. posto2:>*> m .-c. r4 b : k <\
by all dru'\?ltaud ni -dn-iiie d"alers. -sty of !his son arid that thy would itorf1 per Urge; : bottle. Trial '>x. pre-? uiy ord.-r. W.f* -- : i- .. -. N

arry out Buy "-
..f tifm.! Xerr-rth'-less he took the |Balm Jo., Atlanta, id. I--cribe t; we lace in tints, with en
trouble and free medical advice
velope- match :
snatUT under advisement. A few days
;inn until cur..d. B B. B. Joenot Itoyal Crystal Bond. S. A.
r i i.iti-r he sent for rue and instructed mf' j FRIEDMAN
contain mineral pol-ons or mercury Hurd' Holland B >nd.Iadies' .
"> draw thin! will enjuininj
upon HIP iti a* "f) manyacivf-iti-sdreinedie-do; Art
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nil .Igtla tur U on rt'rj tx>x cf the r nQIne duty of making his intentions tier [but i* composed of Pur- Botanic In- Mail stationery.Foreign Etc. r = : S. E Pk PSIEI >K PES"\'L\. FI tIiISKelr

Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets f-t y plain: to his heirs. lit desii-i-d: redjenta. Over 30
'I.t.e remedy that tarts a cold<< to one dj. cure by taking; Botanic Blood Balm Mernoranauui
fr-orr 1 plif* Books, Etc. I1 (). BOX Ilt(. TEI.EPHo'
B. B. B. .
All ai.d
new bright.
Agreen-ient, Hat Peru's Anprcval.N .
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it t-j his brothf r s widow and son"
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u 3 A MAK
ujdiIon "Our brother," said Robert "was a The fine-t lire of umbrella, the' CANDY CATHARTIC I3 I iR"I Lrl ...ahdlv chs of Liq, : '-
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!ir. P- _
i. ;, (" n'r.t rp.vl! and n traitor and I see no reason j city i is at J. I. .tepheiH';'. jo look) -e bUlK "rb-'tth wi-iksale or retail: at ; -
t..t'lll"-P..A-4- :.- ai': < !J, a'rnr'{- at them. I In are way down.
why I should! pire my projny to his __ __
inn to a Hera!'! '., i i/.it' l h from Lima. "
Widow; and son" AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER.
h>6rai-er- t.-rf- -av that if Cbiii
"I 1 concur with Robert In this mat Seasonable household (10. a u -
with Inspiration of reason and Justice.reeks Ire: tot.Genuine. Dnnlo...

.I an ajn-enient with Peru she will ttr."Thru said sln.looks the. papers ff.e<,!pUn! ;: for and kitchen utensils at the': stamped C C C lever sod! In boat: WICKEStCO.

find the latter fountry well disposedto your portions." said the !awy -r. Willis Hardware Co.'s.Foley's Beware of the dealer who met to sell

a pettlpmerit of pending, questi | s. \Vben the slpmiiurfs were at5aee omtthml just ti good."

During exf-avations n"ar Chosica tl the lawyer banded the brothers the Plumber Gas and Steam

ruins of an an'i'-, t t-huroh 'were disrorered. 1 deeds to tlw-ir jK.rtion and locked the Honey and Tar Rubber hose, all sizes, at fitter

Images in the ruins uere receipt* in his hot Then turning to forchiJdren.safe.sure. t\o opiate.

found and the pedestals: bore the armsd the widow he hand" her the P.ibie.: /_the Willis Hardware Co.'s. No. a South Palafoz: : Street.

Charles III of Spa'n.No "I au at: lean "pleas! *d." she sail We will launder your !spreads tot All Kinds o. Plumbing and Gas Fitting Materials ..

"that my hu.:liuid's father and niyson's .5 cont3ach and make them loot DR. KING'S vrLFPutNE rS .tt+YQarvll A. n.Kept
ike Star ""
: I..r I lineI prandfatUr bas shown a kindlylnurest uw Laundry.

have old Chamberl.iiu'-'ollr. I ii u'. Tl.e family! 101";! t......' TRY NEW DISCOVERYFOR

Cholera and I liarrtll'tI1fo' (!\' for most Sacred treasure cf the Iron-rbohl. A. JM.A.

year and would rather be out of will:( descend through tuy boy. and I am THAT COLD. v ery

coffee and neat than it. old five sine it will bIIts iitflarnce ujKin !biui TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.

bottles 1 of ye-terd' jy to thre-her:? and those who follow turn.: Take it, nb Blgiiture! :: u en tvtjj ,<, ..: r.r' j Cures Con>umptionCoughs
that could i ro no farther, and they Carrol and nide! by Its precepts." UxativeBrorao-QuinineTi I.W gn-CK&FOK TO AVKKVVltOLFOLK
are at work again thn mornill .':" Cold Bronchitis Asthma,
H. ]t. PIIEI.IPlymouth. Okl &ho- She handed the Itible to h{'r bon whf i! he rcut>d7 llaL cure s cold In one fink IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF

looked at It vvundtrin? what he was tc PneumoniaJIayFevt'rJMetiri -
ma. A' will be "een by the above

the thre-i-er* were able to keep on do with it. then opened it You will have pride in you own I y, LaGrippe, Hoar ene ?, HARDWARE.

with their work without l..-in? a "Turn the is. .an's." s-aid! the lawyer. ;dower gardens if they are 011 your

tingle day's time. You -houlil keep The hoc tune d the teases: presentlycriming Jwn ground. Your nu-baud can buy Sore Throat, Croup and

a bottle at thi.. remedy in your home. tl, a lauk1:1.: It 'vns ford fat'. ;a home, and he can do it now. al. Whooping} Cough.NO .
though he may think otherwj-e. Iron Nail. Axe-. phcv.u Saw Mill 'j <". ., ,
For ale by al1l1ru-r-d-t, and medicine All I. "Imh: t
: the
dealers. except lawyer looked at It in astonishment ,:very woman waLt!! a tome of her CURE. MO PAY. :-'tJrtJi1 Cookiuir: ; and HeatinijStov.... |',, '. 41' )_

-- ----- -- awn. and if -he will have a talk with 'Price 50c. and S I. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE. Window Glas. Gun. Pi-toU and F I -.n r ...k _
Drowned In Abandoned Quarry.Let.semer "Take It." said the lawyer. "It be- Thus. Watson & Co. the.
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awl
Ala May :2'Jamen Rat! laps to you and" your mother. Now leading Heal E-;ate Agents, they \VKEKLY HCIIKDCLI ..Asatc Tinware ana( Hoiivoi'irnisliii :; (: o "

Icy agt-d about 17 years *a. dro-vn- turn more traces :an show her how ea y it i is to ge'tme. (iENrf FOR BIRMINGHAM .
til at an old! rock quarry, near here One hundred thoc and dollars!! Inbilis FOR STEAM DIYIIOS KOLLJM.IILL 1"0)\1 '. 11

wore taken from the I'.ihle The two Revere Giant Stitched Beltm N.V.eel .
while! in MM ID'.Ding situ a party of tj tNSCOI.tLtC1mCTtH I'f + ;: t u'r-a I- ': .
friends. This is- not the fret tragedy brothers, whose portions combinedwere Marston $ Juina carry \ : Ci>.. I ftin & Rand Powder ( J..hionune. !,.,. :{; '
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less valuable, stood watching! the the line RAILWAY COMl'A.NV.Trt'.ni : Iron King;: and Huckt() -.01! H..I' tit ,
!t coDBettion with the old quarry. largest of matting, Coup & ('0.' Raw Hide '
child withdraw the legacy, and when\ leave I'ieacola for the Liu, s Lie I I. ; r 'M _
!><-p at all ;-otr.ts and fed by sprlnstl.e for last bill bad been withdrawn K.u 'ruga, window shades, etc., I Bpoa Mil Bikjou. W .rrl&jton, >.TJ 1 a' Made Railroad C<..0-=.
place has great attractions for sad t'ort Barrante' at
ert said fiercely: i in the cityWe lay our Masonic Temple.
boys i and young; nu.n.'ho find it an 6:3) II. m.arrive at Kort Earr&ccat ':ID..i :@ ;P"n"'ltll\. I :
"This is not sin-ply: a P.Ib'.e! ; it is n matting free. 10'U a. m.arlse at Fort barrancai JO:4 a.e ...,
ideal swimming joid! While suim-
portion cf our father's fortune and be- 1:00 p.m.arrlvoat Fort Harrant J:4Sii t.tM .
ranK! YOIII:;: Hail: >' wa seized, with a p. m. arrive at Fort Karrancai 415p t
lories to me and my brother.Ve willcontest ;I 'eaSp.murveatFortHarraueas T A Wade & Son '
bp : CURE
cramp and :auk to the 'ottora. HeMO pROI'0-USwill: received at np t:0up.m YO'JRSELirruutuirf -
5 arrive Fort Barra
t .e wilt""Tluu 1 at cal 8:4: p.1I .
the Bureau of Supplies and Ac- csnra l'wtP for
the son oi William Bal f'Y. who wou'd be inadvisab'e.! said the i countNavy DepartmentVh, cola
is employed as enK.tr at the pipe attorney "(jjn(' you have receipted for >ington.' I>. C., until 12 o'clock, noon. .. < REAL ESTATE < :, al ,cntaa,/r aPT
,
kris a.m. arrive at I'.n..cola. !:0f I i, ullwop t ,
? fc Pauleea,
works near Rrscmrr.Whunpinl your portions! and It the will is declarM June :;i. 1%_:, and publicly opened m. arrive at Heniacola._._. 0't gn .. : [, .: -. m a f"nt.rpia.o: .aa r i..
void the widow's immediately thereafter to furnish 4:00 p. m. arrive at Pensacola.rS: p.o
nnd
her son's $.id aF Dr.glal4R&4
'the annual 5:',) p m arrive at Fn'acQla ..... .. :5:15 p t Rectal ,Agents ant Mocey Briers 'ack.ar,5
upply of coal, coke. o1.e.t fa ,.
,
portion under the plat wr
law would
; ;; lU>ii:,:li. be a third 7ttJ p m.arrlTeat Peciaiola._.._. 7./; p. ,
wood cspra.
charcoal. .
of the whole, or very nearly what they etc., at the navy T:4:1: p. m. arrlveat Yansacoa.- 1-' t tiS Wr-t (,,\ Tiini4>nt :St.' 4\ It.gr, ur a Lltl pnp.+, t
who ha had yard-: Portsmouth X. H. stoti 'ClftLlat ,
A woman experience have 1'(,<'4'h'ed." ; B' 'iatoroarlonlr: .at'a r[ '

with this disease, tell how to prevent The brothtrs retired Ma-s-: ". ; New York ; League !eland. fAEirOBWCIK: : DATS. -- -

discomfited! andafter Pa. : Washington, D. C ; Xorfulk."a. Yenlaeola to Fort Barrancas led rata lA :. any daDsrernn* Can=EgQPtlfe? taking the cdvice of attorneys \ ; Pensacola, Fla ; the naval Std to Nary Yard acd retcrn._. !VPeciacol Property and 1YRO

from it. She" ,say: Our thre3 children I acquiesced! : In their father's will. i tOI1 : Newport, It. I. ; Port Palmetto Beach and retO'E IVSC5D1T AL PILLS'
Royal. p
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Timbered i, .. .
Lands for uitgi <
ICHCDUDI.When Sale. u took who\r!; Couh la-t ,um- Mri. Arrhard and her son lived cola : C ; and the naval< academy. AnuapolN / 'ti11.ii1. '. < .a".a. L.4l K"

iner our baby boy being! orly three fortalily on the income of their: portion Md ; the annual *up"pv! of open co \weather cbe prmlt the rutnlEg 0 jJ ,,;_: 'w- KH Ofl'lIt"TU'" 'C..loI'L'" t"1"
i
month= old, and coring tour ::iviiu which in tho'-f days was a band-..m t 'coal lat the naval ho-pitaN, di-pensa- Uavt Peuiaoola. LT Fort Kirriuea- Rents Collected Proapt Retcrts ,. :: .,?' ...rn .. _T.L..._.., ..'. Ii
Mace ;
.0
them t'hamberliin's Cor!h IJ n- lortnne Cino! Ar--i.ird'i! education J ries. etc. : Portsmouth. N. H. : a a. m. 10 a. tD.II -1" ',.... 4 r: or '.Mi :
dy, they lost none wits cared for, and he was fradu' 1p.m. ip m i \ -'Ii ".r r. II' .':...
and out in i better New York -- r.n M.IL *
ne83 camp mcc Philadelphia. IMIMMl
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Pa. -
rated from college with ; Ip.m I p.m. Valuable -- L ; ... .:,
health than other children ho did hon'r. I urii::; Washington; I). C.; Xlrl'lk.'a p.a p.m City Property, Ini- S' ..."...... ..... .n".

not uje thi rtn1fdOur' olde-t lit- the early part of the nineteenth century Blank formof proposal- will b P 4 p. m pa proud and l'JJiJllJlru\t'/I,

tip Jirl: would call lustily f..r coiurhyrnp u represented his state in congress.; I IUis furni-!ted upon application to the e ;m. Ip.m

, between wh'r--JE E ankles both ercntnaiiy!! lost all: their Bureau: to the corracandant.: of the p.m.p.m. for Sah-. f BALSAM
Aax rOB ecsnlT HAIR
P1"KEY HALL. Spriugville l.' property and In their old age \Wl'e'iI; I!diligent, Navy Yard*. or to th. t'eaiaeoiato' jrt Barrane&i l'IT' Lit with Rent.1We C.,... ndrtOLfft -...

This rt'iuedy i* for sale bail drug provided for by their nephew Carrol. ::ask Ply OHi.'.-. A.I. KENNY lara and rttorn._ .- tfc L" your Houses for !E I.vep.r..a .:.hzunttt to BMtor r vFal ','r
and medicine dealers.. /'< i ,r t.-if i.n' I'.S eitccla to Palmetto! Much tad Bur to c
gi.ts ROSAMOND ALICIA BL'DD. + V. ;o 5-t2 ..'lIrll_______ JII 0.- "'-P it fl.*....youlful.. '" t.. "
..,. WU.1ft2W' Guarantee Satisfaction. yr ..i,. It nn J
-- ';:-' ;::-. No frebt received after tlt p. m. ,

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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 30, 1902.a .. ,

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T.U. CATARRH I I'IIH I, I could not rise to I Ii I :

le. I'I' MR GRADGRIND my DOVE OF PEACE IS 1 1j

1 t, ,r. feet without :1
\ ELY'S I i fainting."I OUND
l'I cl 'i' REgMBAIMrjgR I : RUTCH-
had suffered for three
caq calW [Original I years NOW HOVERING NEAR

v.Tmil>> ,; I am tutor : or more at monthly periods," writes
a in an obscure
college. I
Miss Ella of iprft The crutch is a poor substitute for legs, and affords a very !
have Sapp, Jamestown
arfEVERr' been a tutor for twenty years always and tiresome mode of locomotion-there '
I Guilford Co. X. C. "It ;: Full Peace Settlement Is Expected inconvenient is no more
seemed
'1 having;: before me the hope of be- : pathetic sight than a person slowly and painfully moving along the !1

w eomiug professor, a hope which has as though I would die with painsI )of"street supported by these artificial limbs. i

p51Ei been perpetually deferred. My family I i j'I my back and stomach. I could i by Monday. f When Rheumatism settles in the bones and muscles of the legs, I

wr has inean\\lic!! been iu'rclsingthough :I I not rise to my feet at all V 1 it is safe to predict that the victim will eventually become helpless ]

uiy salary has remained the same. I + without fainting ; had BALFOUR MAKES STATEMENT and crutch-bound. The corrosive, irritating matter that is deposited : <.

COLD'N' HEAD J Jt had given up any idea of change in my ; II given up all hope of ever j in the joints and muscles causes the most intense pain, the knees I

,.1 Nasal: railagesIlotil life when one morning; the president I I being cured, when one of i However, There Is Still Considerable and ankles swell and when the natural oils and fluids that lubricate I j

and 1'rotrcts sent fur me tUlIlttihl me that Professor these completely destroyed the become locked and i
tUFM'll** Of Tli-tC I II my friends insisted i upon Skirmishing Between British and parts are joints .
at I'riijjsiaU or by S., lecturer on chemistry, was to take Pierces the muscles drawn and still and crutches a necessity.
Dr.
i nift'l a vacation: and I had been : I ; 0 my trying j I Boers, Principally in Cape
r'' r 1:1:1 T11Ett*. selected to Favorite Colony. The acid poisons that produce rheumatic pains form in the blood, and are I' .f

I' -tifi-t.New York i j I *pive i lectures in his department until ; Prescription Commandant Malan Captured. distributed through the system, and lodged in the anus, shoulders hands, i

__ __ t his return. I left the laboratory In'+' With but little faith I back and feet, or other parts of the body-resulting often in total disability. i f

in New York Flat I|I which I Instructed beginners and devoted 11a tried it, and before I had London, May 29.-The government A permanent cure of Rheumatism can be effected only by a complete cleansing i

rlPulieetnen | myself to my new temporary, du i I taken half a bottle I felt leader, A. J. Balfour, announced in the of the blood and no other remedy so surely accomplishes this as S. S. S. !
at-
"vof alarmed rest th's. !. titter, had tatter appetite I, house of commons today that he hoped It neutralizes the acid effects, purifies invigorates the stagnant blood, I..
During my lecture the door and litter and the washed out .
opened'and slept gritty particles are or dislodgedby
M;.' r.' building at 50 I > to! be able on Monday next to announcethe
a gentleman walked in on tiptoe Now I have taken two the new rich blood, and relief comes to the .. : l result of the
today. broke thi negotations In
> peace
took a seat in the row of chairs tar.thlt > bottles of Favorite Prescription : pain-racked sufferer. S. S. S. leaves no morbid, I,

ruts and found J. : from uie and !libtciud intently to ; and South Africa. Mr. Balfour added: irritating "..Urin the blood to reunite and produce: eJ eJ
one of. t
: in cigarettes,; lying; I I what I was saving. As 1 have ue\er ,, Golden Medical Discovery "I cannot, however, be absolutely another attack but expels every atom of it from

'.i i.in! bkull crushed. j| known any one except tle students to I i|1 certain of being in a position to do so, the system. S. S, S. is a purely vegetable remedy, and does not impair t

'I.HIIU was N, Cara11 attend my lectures l was greatly surpried. ,I and am happy to I 1, and until the statement: can be made the digestion or general health like alkali or potash remedies. i

I hant, shot through liowe\er. 1 retained my equn] say I am entirely cured, i! 1 do uot,think it expedient to take up Write for our special free book on Rheumatism, and if any medical '

;i ihcibtlieve! he at- 1: nitnity. stimulated by the presence of and all done in two !Itii'.ii. budget; advice or other information is wanted our physicians will gladly furnishit

'!;..! lain and then shot i the sn'auler, and flam-red tujs'lf that \\1. month time when all The government leader also added: without charge THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA. 1OR.

.:.1 I die, the doctors I was making nay dii'ur>e eslruordinarily : } other medicines had failed I 1 "A recent phrase, 'hung in the bal- '

j :! interesting.:: \Vhi n 1 dismissed to do ant good at all." I| once,' has been absurdly misinterpret I j

it looner's---Safety. j' the ('class tl.c'i"it.r remained and appniached ,i...'Y6i I Dr. Pierces Pleasant .id as referring to divisions in the cabinet I rt-r--- MOlrFETT'S j Cures Diarrhoea,0ysentery CMeraInfantnm' ,

my desk. I Fillets a pleasant and effective ('fl the subject of the budget That I I .
\t.tr r.:*.-It is feared the Bowel trouble of
"Penult me to infirm sir, that A
ymi q laxative is lilt a fait, and ttt only i.uint rwhrtler ; > ; wrJ./.rJt Children! of Any Ag,.
.fi llatzic, only! yes the lecture 1 have: just INtrncd! to 1 Q;
is rue
1 ... -. : for women the house ran l'hllt-rl\ h.I ash r af$1 fJff |Aids Digestion Regulates
t which has not re- most 1 have ( )
interesting eu-r heard. TEETHING I POWDERS
t il to diicusa the budget until! we knJ\v : fo piG. the Bowels Strengthens
'a, been lost. She 1 concealed tuy pleasure at the man's AS
the Child
and MakesTEETHING
jiuciselytere' they stood in ngaid .1'a Costs 25 at
,i i ,. > Only cents Druggists
,
-ii since! starting on commendation as'Ill as I could and to the negotiations." ....\ :!.J EASY.:
-. .in Friday Feb. 13.i : he went on: j t JOr mail 2i; cents to C. J. MOFFETT. M. D, ST. LOUIS MO.

have been l lost: in i I "I nta myself something of a chemist uncertainty In spite of there Mr. IJalfour's:is no doubt pretended whatever j', IHt. ['. J. yiorrr.TT-ltenr Mortar We i/ni-f('u""II"II yHurTF.tTllttTeethliiff, t .1 11 /, .11, ,"' :t. "

oi[ February.MJ1ICAL In a fcmall way and being; ia your 'ittiilerH) to mr little ii'iuol "' ,iI,1 iri'r/i flue lipifit rennltn. The effect*
town availed: myself of the privilege in the house: of commons or else If'f"re nliiiott '1U'I'fff'lUl certainly more Butittjartory than from f'II YI 111I/
--- where that a full peace settlement 1 4rerrerued. \'onrn fern truly, JO."EI'If N. It 11',
of hearing something on my fa\orit I (\ouJliyltvj> Southern J1l'tlwtllltt11I1'1..) I'untor of tit. l'rnclnh..
i; subject Your charming discourse"- i ij be announced Monday rep: [. j I -
I ".\1'1. The capture of Commandant Malan
a professional chemist >
j you Po you wish to make a little extra
announced from Middleburg, Cape Colony ] BOYS and GIRLS! ;
"Not exactly rather a practical one. I moueydmng scare moments II
: .Veertheiiss; rue public is incredulous last so.you can readily do so, by tell ,
I have succeeded in I night renews attention to the "
combining proper I' and needs testimony." I ine our Blueine." 10 per rent, commission on all sale;. An indispensable article for
OUKCEMENTS S ties ia n way to produce a cleansing ,, activity of the rebellion In Cape Colony household u,... tver'jly is u..llRbtt'IIII'heo; they see it. One caret makes tbe Haeit 1
"What would the analysis and a BIue-.ter ever .-d h. Write ,
Commandant you u$ ia tbe wa today before your territory Is taken by i
material Malau
became thhief
which 1
,.,. nui now introducingto mteuiei't be worth to : e some one elae. and we will send by return man, one dozen packages; of "Bluem. '
-------- --- yuu'r"c
the world. 1 am the proprietor oGraJgrind'e f i ii I, Boer commander in Cape Colony When you have sold them return us "* ., retaining the balance {Ur., as year cuwwfs* i
For State Senator. I II I I "JIiL'ionsions: : but 1 am free to Fay that slon. l>onotd"lay. bit write at onceAJJressGLEtLtUFACTt7t1G I
eradicator. 'i alter Commandant Kntzinger's
i.d- of HouV.. A. mount i In the beginning, till we sell the goals; taptuie. CO. Ilept. C 1H fox Dt. IMiiU. Pa I
[ i heaved a sigh of disappointment !, Malan. who was mortally wound-
him candidate limited. I
'ounce as a j my pecuniary resources are ;' I
Si-tutor from this, the dec:\ j 1 "1 would be pleased! to have yon: ';: could make n first payment of nil 1 led when captured by Major Collett's - ,

L trap District i and make an analysis of the eradicator and )I mounted troops, was among the ine- :
respect j' possess Lot me tiP!:'. He fumbled i in
: -upport of all Demo- ,' if you find It effective and harmless his seat pocket and took out some Mnallchange. 1 ;' conciliates who refused to send dole CRY TBB ROWS'ilf ilT OLU'! !

1111 at the coining primary.For will gladly recompense you for your +' I: gates to the peace conference at Ve- ,I

Representative. trouble""You "Se\enty-three cents Is the total assets I+!I. reenging, Trans\aal. . .
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', .>.ud- of I"ic.tt'I.. Loftin take wish a certificate? of one who possesses an embryofortune. I i i I Acroitling to the latest uncensorpd J
TIME TABLE. .r
, "That Is what I would like! not thatthe ;
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innf announcing him as a report from Cape Town the Boers are ,

,T' for It-pre-entati\'e in the eradicator. requires anything but The man's plu--k won !!Jr. "Give mea I I II still in constant occupation of at least V. I
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'ure frnul K-eambia county, I II I i; Minple.' I said.1 will analyze i it ij diftercnt locales in Cape Colony, LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD. I

..;.v Ui--Irp the support of all Ii i i WILL CURE CONSTIPATION. and gate you the result, but 1 do not t ;;. having more than a *score of bands of i'J EKKKCT DECEMBER 1. awl I

MI- in t'.c counu,* primary i! A. A. H prrfon. Finch. Ark., writes? care to take money from one poorer ',1 raiders! mounted and armed and of New_Orleans and Mobile.
"': "Fi+ley'- Hm-y dud Tar i'preparation i i- the be, *t i I than myself." 1 i' snf3cieLt ,,
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For Renresentative.s mobility to defy successful
{ for cough-, cnldsandi! He pave me a look cf genuine thankfulness o.fI. "0.4. So.2. NO.8, : No.1 .j
No.b.
I f' i-tid- of Henry C. 1'lopton lung trouble. I know that it Iris pursuit: although the British" have ofj 7:15 a I'':15 Dl II::i p Leave .... PPnsaeola _. ArrIve 5m) a' 4:1)1 8:00
"uit.: !MU. aa caniidate for aud n sample! Inviting him tc I I j t*'n swept and "cleared" mile tI:.';. a 2;:; p. I:": a L..a\_.. l' '.maton...... Leave :23a a' :!:oo p II .
,. cured ooii-uinpti"! in the firttae. every lIIJ a 4::.! ".;:r a LI'1'tI.._... Mobile ... p : II
I p
"i :<' -ntatly iu thf! hlatu re return the next day after my lecture ; Leave I:8Un't: 12Hi 11 \\Jlip
t egni ; of the Colol .. ..... :
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> Es'-aiubi W. A. D'Altinberte, 121: l ;Y's territory A correspondent W:5p 7wr a Las.New IIrl. ,,"!!... Leave ":LIp I 75R t
: cuuuty. and requestsupport went to the laboratory.When .
:". Pal fux "tre"'t.Foley's that the
: i reports invasion is
of all democrats in the Mr. jradgrind returned the :. North.'I
1 democratic more actively aggressUe than ever
I iar nrinmr. next day I told him that his eradicatorcontained "
I
f l i, and the rebellion is more rampant. s.o, 2. No.. 4. ;
For Representative. : nAy and Tar several valuable properties' } The campaign against the rovlnllnOf'r lIo.ipm 12:! pm I Leave..._ Pensacnla..Arrlve 4:25)co.pm 1 fiOtlam No.8, !

nds, of Chas. M. Cotton an- cures colds, prevents pneumonia. but also an acid that would eat up L Lanyy ': e15 a m ds; p IB Arrive... ;\Iontgomery _leave UI15 a m 8\5 p IB
commandoes lIallam i
in
Cape Colony, Utpm IArrl\e.blrmmgham..Lpa\e
!
.01 a- a candidate for substance It touched. He was cast 1:3aam 'lI5pm
I
rt'pin 7:05p IU 3:10a ._.
--- --- \ which has m Arrlve. Nashville ._.Leave
vi the legislature fromi don for a moment then, brightening I Iup :. been in active progress for 2:10: a m 9:13 a m Arrive .... Louls\'lIIe ...Ll'ave 9:15 i'.5'.m I
.:::.:.: -- "":: ..:.:-- -_ ""':C -_-- 1 roam p
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months, has achieved beyond 11:5eam \'e.l'locinnat1.Leave
"unl\ and they a-k the said: I 116 nothing : eopm' Ii15pm; :
7.iam 1apm Arr.vt .... ..tt: Louu ....._Leave
4:15pm ;
'i! all democrat i in : them 11:55
: the cou PUBLICITY FOR "Surely one with such a profound :, keeping moving .=pm- I

rv knowledge cf chemical properties can, "Any occasional success' the correspondent PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION. '

or County Treasurer. THE PEOPLE. mid another to take its place." adds "obtained by the seventeen No. 21-1>aily No. 8-Dally I I No stop wbere time not shown So, 2-Ually +No to-Dally .

myself a candidate for 1 had caught the spirit of investigation .. British columns operating; in --- I-' I

'. for the position of $ E\ery Word Costs You a Cent and told Mr.Gradgrlnd I would 1 Cape Colony, Is more the result! of luck I..la 11:55: night pm 7a 7l5: ) a ,m ILE' Ve............. Yc'naacola..Artive Rohem.a........ 10:51)11):81 P,m 831) p .m .1

;rpr of E-catiibii couP n- and Etery Word is Head try and if Micccssful would write him.I! than of their tactics, and these unpalatable 1211" 1:101" ..... rDiestra ...._... 10:1. I : I
action of the demo '. 19::5:! II Tai ....._.Escambli......... 10S 5:57'P:> .
By Eterybody. He gave uie I Ms address and departed! facts will continue as long as 1"'i": 1':5 II ......- .'.101 a t.. IO: j J
apparently perfectly assured that 1 so few columns co-operate in Uusting. 12:51 II j'ti": Harp ..... ..... I 5:45
: '''- to:1 r
J. W. Fit ATE R. : + :.:.;.:. : -x.- + ,,, I::SI I"5": ........GoltCity........ 10:15 Sao
';ould succeed. L The adequacy ot the supply 1-s9 to 7.37 to ........... )111toa.... .._. : I 5:7: "
10:1a:
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J1UtiL1': 1'0 LIN 1>. I spent a month searching for an i of is at the 1:30 am"..... ...... "ood ...... 50!
rnr Tax Assessor. ... .. .. .... ... troops root of the unsatisfactory I.u to .. Raage ...... 4:55 "
-- 8'1- ...... .
... .1at ..
-- ----- .hlolts ..... ..
that would dirt : D .5 t
agent eat : : .
: "uuee myself ; up grease operations. 2O" .. :\5. _
as a 1 A fONKY TO LOAX-Oa household turn ,, 9l: ," ......-. +lllgan ...__ 8\ a : .
: > section as Tax AsIn Jl lure hor f*. cows and all kinds of per- J, and such substances without destroying --- -- _: I' yY'l .........Cr..slvlew......_ 8'IS; ) .::11 to" -
sunal -- 8'/)1" Ij.M" ........1> set Land ._ 4W
Terms
\ j county, subject property ease Strictest: the fabric from which they were to !!' It
: I'U!
8:8: II "
I 11:1.1 ...... Mossy ..... : .
democratic: i secrecjunaranteert. Apply to A. A. Fisher, JI..ad 8.1 : II
pri1W 9i4'! + < south r'alafi street be removed and met with excellesuccess. ::03" U:8.i" .Ueo'ooiak+ .. .' Bl: .
i 9H
-- -- I II I wrote Mr. Gradgrind to .'1'1" 'H" .. ...... A rg).1" 1u 2.:1 II
,
\\'. RICHARPS. \IONEY TO LE\ll on improved real es- A WEAK STOMACH I 8:61' II ....ponce dol Leon..-.. j'\j 2'81:: "
I Ii. ,
1 iH tats In lame or small amounts at low'rales I I II come: and see me and received aisit! I'>> I'>;hl. ... .. ..Westville..,..._ ? 1-1': 4:19 .".
r T..l Collector. 'I of Interest fall on Lslle K. Brooks.ittornry '' from him. The only change in him Whpn the stomach is weak ::3.'I">! 1):15'I "" .. ---Caryvllle.._ II 7:1": Ii5 I'4 "
at law,2u6.: fulafox St.: Kisher I 14:91 ._.IonI181....._ fI'S': :
>.iuf myself, as a building. Swim I was that he had grown; shabbier. your food remains undigested, es) 11).4 1" II'......... hlpley .. ..._ II'8'U":: I lT II
'T ion as Tax Colt I II "1I Ir. Gradgrind." I said. "I have dis- and you fail to receive the prop. I 11:10" Ultl" ........C 0 tt on d a 1 e....._ II'11:1>1" 1'1){ II I
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j'lIl)) to 1125 to ........... 12:89 noon
\TONEY -UOyoaU-UOyoa need money ;, er nourishment from it. .ar I anna ........ II fI'/III"
'ounty, subjectJtmocratic 1 covered the required agent" Try a 7G) II I 11 l5" .. l'U II
Ji You can borrow any ajiouat you want doe of : .. _. Cyprl'sj......... IjSoj: II
prii today on eaii-gc terms and lowest ratesnywherrobtanabteon "TIII n. sir. your fortune is made." HOSTEITEK'S STOMACH 7:4'' ;U "' ....Grand Ridge.-. II 582"; 11515: a m
m pro veil city real HITTERS after each meal. It 7:55 12:1) noon .... .._ Kneads .. .. fi"1 II 1':5.II:22 "
\ I I -mute-from W IU. 1-iitier, 2w;; Mouth 1'ala- "My fortune? will aid the stomach in its work I 9:15 II 1lIS" ArrlveRvernnctfonLeave 5ilJ"; toU) II"

FMKKKTE.-- fur- street. In-tt j "Yes, t-ir. If your agent proves satisfactory of digestion and prevent Dvs-

r : .' Loliettor. IT YOU WANT -TO -BURROW- -MONEY; I will give you a half interestin I'ErSIA, (:,lST7l'ATIURlL-

r' : ." J i.. lill eran-I i! 1 Inveit money. insure your property, pro- I the business." IOCSXESS, and XEKvorsxKhS.Try ;: }=GOLAY= CHOICESTOF
t i .:..1 i..i; : it" for Tax 1 cureabstracts of title, bay or sell real es- I
smiled, : him the secret and
:gave
1. tate rent property of any description have Grist and Corn
it.HOSTETTER'S
1.1: I -lIb. Meal Mills t
"untv, : rrntscolleotrd or your taxes attended to. dismissed i him and the matter from my ,
I:i lUlar'\ be' call on or address Thus. .
a :I'! to 1 Watson ACo. wind at the time. I

I' .. ,"t.tt.r.d ..juet the I i i cola KealF.stateand Ha. Charges;Insurance moderate.agents To everyone Pens 'i I neither same saw nor heard from 1di STOMACH BITTERS. ,|I 18. F. GONZALEZ; 4 CO., Prop i, f FRUITS ANOCONFECTIONERY ij f
who f fAT
I. with buys which a to lot build from a as boa we<-e.will lend money ttd-tf | Gradgrind for fire years though every Mannfaotcrers

r Manlier School Board. j __ _u '-- = house barn and fence became gradual !I ,
I CHOICE MKAL AND PUIIEGIIOUNL
\\ M. ertonhere-1; : I'r lit-nt. 'i ly covered with advertisements ofGradgrind's I .

,.,...., PROFESSIONAL CARDS. I{ STOCK EEl). 1
Luuiidacy for the L Lt ---- -"'""- eradicator accompanied
I
n. 'mber of the k\K OR TWO .. _.. i C. APOSTLE'S
ncel furnished rooms at invariably by the letters "G. and G. -- Patrontxe Home Industry for there Ii :
; !': district No. 3, r :2tMOUthMpri g street. aim I every reason you should buy your Meal and ,
The only interest I took in the matter
-- -- W. C. ROWE M. Block Fend from
D. the Home
'f. 'uwratic : --- r Manufacturer,
primary lA.LJ: IU::... .. WA.NTJU. was ns to the meaning of these letters. t for by so doing you encourage home Indni- 14 East Government St.! [
I, Yesterday morning I received a letter Office: ITS S. Talafoi.: itry. Your money Is left in the oommnnltj ,
--- ------- -I I I I and you In turn are Indirectly benefited
r I n'y Commis ion---I: I ,'T.IIll'n to (!';un barber trail furnishing a view of the manufacturing HoursfrotnStoe.sja. m. and I tJ 9p. m 'Ic fostering!: the home manufacturer you Formerly Cordova Restaurant Stand
s ;,
J.V. II Herei4yourchanceonlyelhtweeOf l and after o'clock. I contribute to tbe cause of labor. You owe
Jirewton f requir-d Heady praetic-e, expert In truc. r] establishment of Gradgrind's: I It to tbeCommnnltyll1 which you live and One car-load of Pineapples at 11.75
't'.{U"tlJCf him as a lions,lecture.toohprs"ntrdRages: !\atu eradicator.'' Thinking it contained testimonials JPlaorio G3. 1 which contributes to your support. to $2.00 per dozen.
dsycteed diplomas granted, position guaran- '
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I
I'-rtnm from said
; Catalogue mailed free Moler Karber I was about to throw it into
I i
.,-" te!: action of the: I i i 1 olleije._ _New Orleans La._ ___m8tf i iI the wastebasket when something, 1 - -- -- F,

,t knew not what, induced me to open it.
AlJ.'t'1I1 '\.Ulltt.... i irA i iI
I ounty Commissioner. [ .... took out an account current of Grad-

"- J.: :.-ou hereby an- i \\ TEII-A good solicitor: will pa, '' grind & Co. with their silent partner,
> > good commission to right one. Ad- F.Elaier'sOnePiiceCUT
t- a candidate for dre.i1H..caretblsottlce. mtsttxrANTEUAIl Samuel Goswell, for the five years of Cash House

iiuty commissioner.r. ,; their business and a check payable to
K- \ kinds of empty beer !:
cambia county, \ V bottles H. I"IUEDWAI'I, novetf ,! my order for $3 ,4j2.25 to balance. I,
will of the democratic
=--- -- I am still a tutor, for the unexpected
I
'!i-iinx primaries. He'' !'()It P-AI41. ,
: tin! reason that he I ---- windfall came only yesterday. At the PRICES IN I I"i
'" uid thinks he fT r OK SALE-Tae most desirable lot In'' close of tbe present term in June 1 go . TWO !
can I1 the city on easy terms by the r'lsher .. .
: > the! bet interests of F Real Estate Agency, 204', South: Falafoz ': upon an extended tour abroad. The -

my. If his friends 1 I itreet. lalm ;, president of the corporatirn! of the col. H() yards Dress Hwisses, worth Gc 20 dozen
Ladies' I
Lisle
interested agree with =====PUGLTHY.- l I lege, to whom I communicated my purpose yard, 10 yards for 30 cents. Vests, worth 35 cents Thread I 50 pieces Medicated 21-inch Cotton
I yours for 20' Diaper
tppreciate their sup- "' "- and my good fortune last evening i cents lOyardsin a piece, worth
I'S IXOLCOMBBKOWX LKGHORXS !; has invited me to return whenever I' 1000 yards Dress Dimitys, worth 'I 85c, for this sale, 60c.
ucluol'elyIlock and Eggs for sal e. | 7.12clO' yards for 45 cents. i
l.Jnty Commissioner. Leave orders at Willis Hard ware Co's. \l1.U I like as professor of chemistry. Nothing 1000BOy'3 and Men's collars,,, 100 dozen Ladies' Fast Black ..
i inyself 2UOO) 'I broken sizes, to close;: out at 3 each. Seamless Fall
well bleached
.. I succeeds so as success. i I yards yard wide Domestic Hose regular lOc
: a candidate for HAlll GOon, goods,
'uity commissioner for, I shall not accept the offer. Theresa 10 yards for 45 cents. 200 Ladies' Madras and White I for this sale, 6;4C a pair; 4 pair for

It primary to be held I ,i s'| l\IR8.: SARAH dealer in RElRE-Manufacturer Hair::: Goods, Hats. Toilet I great deal of begging nowadays for 2000 yards unbleached Sea Island II,I Waists, worth T5c and $1, to close at 25c. I

1 ak for the support of Articles Hair Ott, etc.,S2 W. Government colleges, and I tear the president has yard wide Domestic, 10 yards for 451 45c. 100 dozen Men'a Seamless Half \,

street an eye upon my fortune for the benefit cents. Hose, in brown, red and black
I 50 for
= = I pairs Lace ,
-- = Curtains
LEE DAM ELL. ': irifvori4 For 1'iiiieraln.- I of the one over which he presides. I 22' yards, 5c a pair.
I SHOO I long, regular 75c goods, to close at
yards Embroideries
ANTHONY DE.!. E. regular
; l
45c.
25
dozen
LO'R\ ;
lounty Commissioner.tuuounce F FOR FUNERALS furnish ed price 7H to S, gC, 10 yards for 45 cents. Stitched Men's French Dropped. \
myself as a' proTrptlylnbonqneuorspeclaldeslgni t Under Shirts, worth
Confirmed by the Senate. 25 dozen 40c to
MU Vlolette Moreno, 823 West Large Turkish Bath T\w- !
close
Gregory
at 25c
: "election as county I I phone K 9. 2 dlm"'i 1 Washington May 28.-The senate luOO yards Dress Pique and Ducks, els, worth \2, will close at 120. each. Drawers to match.
: :rom district 2 of Es- worth 10 and 12>2'c, 10 yards for b5 30 dozen Men's ,
:V: subject to the action CUTF'LUW1=atti. I has confirmed the nomination of Chas. cents. 20 dozen 2Jx33-inch: Bleached Fancy J Striped :
..... ...... ........... Towels Lace Under Shirts, 45c each. .
rune primaries July 15, FLOWER-- -and- Floral Leugn- E. Carman ts be post liter at Alken, for this sale, at 50c dozen. ers to match. Draw f'

-IIPNrt )f the voters. ; CUT' designs ordered for costomeri s-, s. c. 1000 yards Dress Cross Bar, worth 35 dozen 23x42-inch
JOHN (}. WELSH. Mill Vlolette Moreno, KM West Grego I 9'zC, 10 yards for 50 cents. ular lOc Towels, reg 2 dozen Ladles' Black aud Colored i t
phone S.'J. Ndlm | A LESSON IN HEALTH. | goods, for this sale, &Jc Silk Taffetta Waists,
regular
dozen.
I'
t County Commissioner. I : 25 dozen Ladies' Bleached Vest, 3.50 price ;
Healthy kidneys filter the impurities to close at $2 20 each.

i-of W. A. :Shelby here- Summer Law School. I from the blood, and unless theydo i with tape in neck, 6 Tests for 25 500 yards White Batiste Lawn, This sale! will II
., cents.
't* his candidacy for re- UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA. I this good health H Impossible.Foley's : regular 12>j quality, 10 yards for &5c. for longer than one positively week.F. not run :
.
county commissioner Cure makes sound'
In Vlrelnla mountaIns. Sid: Bummer July Kidney
i No. 3 of Escambia 1 to September 1. l."i.: By tbe Law }o'aculty.j i kidneys and will positively cure all! r
-'t to the action of the Helpful to beginners: to candidates e forms of kidney and bladder disease. ', 1. E. BRAWNER'S

'..' primaries July 15, and systematic bar; and to instruction.practitioners For who catalogue have lacked- I I' It strengthens the whole 'system. ONE-PRICE CASHllOUSE I

ie hearty support of all I dressC. W. A. D'Alemberte S. Palafox

B. BttOB, Secretary, CkirlotttsrUle, T a. I :street. I qa 105; SOUTH PALAFOX aT eEx..tII ,




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ii THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY MAY 30,1902

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rtt I R 'C i 9'1350 '2I2I 41 PUBLIC SCHOOL CLOSING EXERCISES DENIED HEWAS "Strongestio t toe'\\V orlf

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h'ii L'b! Politics and :j !E; COMMENCEMENT AT MUEX'S COLLEGE I ROBBEDThe The 42i Annual Statement ir less

I II f tried Post Office at Pensacola t ; Ending December aim. Dn,
nt
\\"t Fl*..ItCOnd-dalili matter who

t.j-i J 1 P,j, ftlatoi OrriCEPUf street up-stalrs.Building, 211,4 Houth! (! Politicians J I It TWENTY PUPILS CRADUATE ary The department following program of Meux's of the Business liter- the corner Greek of Belmont conducts and a DeVil-storeat l THE f (EQUIJARIE v 1


1 ; THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO.j !' i WITH HIGH HONORS. College, W. B. B. Crichlow, princi- liers street, and who gave out the

J Is 1 I. B. HILBON, Managing Editor. 2a j 7 pal, will be given this evening at the report that he was robbed by two LIFE ASSURANCE[ SOCIETy

!. L W. M. BALL, Business Manager. Voters should remember that their i Harry \Vagenhelm Wins Parkhill college hall Exercises begin promptly I negroes Wednesday night, this ,

; Terms: Invariably in Advance. I, poll taxes must be paid by July 6 or MeUt-Bl"nnt Medal Presented to J at eight o'clock. All are cordially morning denied emphatically to Assets $...;, '){' 7"1.

fl One Year by Mall.. -, -... ,_,*5 ou they cannot vote inthe primary election invited to attend. Mayor Jones that he had been mo- Reserve and other Liabilities -

.f Six Months .? '_"W ... ...350: I July 15. Miss BaSi tt--\ Splendid Pl'f'ltram. Invocation-Rev. Lynn R. Walk- lested. Two negroes had been arrested &;. ?;, ,,-"
I' One Week by Carrier Payable Monday 10 ---
f ker. I! as suspects! but were diaI Surplus(from which Dividends -

: 'drertii"g Rates Furnished on Application All young men who have come of The Graduating Class. Duet, two violins-Angela Seren I charged.He are paid.-$ 71, __,,. ,-}..
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age since the last election, and dem- Clara May Andrews, Bessie Caro ade-Braga, Miss Regina and Ben- I was a main witness, but his Paid to Policy holders in -

)... TELEPHONE NO. III. I ocrats who have moved into this Bassttt. John R. Choate, Markham N nie Heinbenr. : knowledge of English was so small .* :2: 7j.j ,_,

I county since then, will be given an Broughton, Annie Christopherson. Recitation-Good-night, Papa- that an interpreter was necessary to New Insurance in 1901. .$ :24:, it,." ,-.
Miss Hattie Perkins. Total Insurance in force
.;:; UNiUN ABEL I opportunity to register for the primary -, Effie Belle Duncan, Julia Kate Gay Recitation-The Dying AlchemistMiss :make him understand. The man Dec. 31, 191)1.I i.l 17-.: -";

re I election June 12, 13 and H Lawrence C. Green I
y Lomie Pou Gould Inga Torkelson. i appeared frightened. Notwithstanding the r at"r Ii' r
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But they should remember that this Alice Mary Haley, Mary Morrison, Violin 8election- Berceuse, Officer Parker told the court that cial strength of the Society m.j".', .

PEH8AOOLA, MAY 30, 1902. primary registration will not entitle Jozeelyn; b. Intermezzo, C. Bohm), greater security which it:, P"lJcvo" [;
Katrine Douglass Laney, Celestine when he served the summons on the holders thereby enjoy the lUTF:
in the election Miss Evelyn Heine. LOW and GUARANTEE.ter
them to vote general are
Her :
Quina Nellie White Richards, merchant this morning he was
PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT has signed November.. To for that Recitation-The Book Canvasser than given by other c the omnibus claims bill,and Flor- qualify bert S. Roberts, Jeffie Smith, Frances -Messrs.: William Mackey and W. / "hot," and went to a neighboring

Ii ida is some nine hundred thousand election they must regularly regis- Swaine, Harry Wagenheim, Bertha U. Goodman. merchant where he directed all

ter when the books in August. Solo Gondolina Myer Hel- KXOWLES B1O{ .
dollars richer than it could ever open Muriel Williams, Lizzie Waite. Vocal sorts of abuse to the police and peo- .

have hoped to be with Call as sena- round and C. H.Dorr.Educational I
tor. The multiplicity of campaign clubsin Class Honors. Problems, W. B. : in general General Agents,

Pensacola means that this i* Lomie Pou Gould-Valedictory. Crichlow. S.I I NOTES OF NOTABLES. 309 B. Palafox St.. PEXSM I.r \
THE Cuban experiment in self- Vocal Duet When Thou Art Near -
to be the liveliest political con- Bessie Caro Bassett-Salutatory.
government will, of itself, becomean -Nervin, Dr. P. Whaley.. President Roosevelt has been invited
object-lesson. for other peoples test in years. A hard fought Effie Belle Duncan-Essay.Deuba Closing Addresses. 1 to address the great triennial Sunday ORANGE MINTIs

seeking independence, and particu. victory is! sweeter than one easily : :Muriel Williams, Essay. Master of Ceremonies, O. G. Meux. i school convention to be held In Denver

larly to the Filipinos-if they are plucked, therefore the contestantsare I Class Officers. Benediction, Rev. J. M. Dannelly. I I i in June a New Drink

ever given the opportunity to make well pleased with the outlook. Professors Gottheil and Jackson will

use of it. Frances Swaine-President.: I For Over Sixty Yrars. : represent Columbia college at the thirteenth :i '-AT-
It means that a full vote will be
------- I MRS. Wl>SLOW'8 MOOT IN9 HYRCP: bSM'1 i congress of orientalist to be i
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A MEDICAL journal endeavors to polled iu this county. I II Jeffie Sruith'icePreiduit.I beta used for over sixty years by millionsol hl'lllill Hamburg Sept C-10. ....ANDCRSOGarden \';...
mothers fur their children while teething ,
!: secure a cheap advertisement of itself I ___ I I I Herbert S. Roteits-Secretary. II with perfect success It soothes the child.euftens :;'I, Mavroyeui Beylio was Turkish 'I i iI

i by declaring that no case. existson "But I can't bear to be Insulted! Annie Christoph sen-Trtasurer. colic and the Is gUIll the best,allays remedy all paincures for IMarrhoea.wind I i I. minister to Washington a few years 1' -

record where a case of snakebite It will relieve the poor little sufferer 1m. ago, ins been appointed by tbe sultan tools in 1'11,111'] ",
said the statesman, resentfully. Celestine: Quisa-Critic. mediately. Bold by UruggMs tnt'V..ry part I'<
1,; was cured by whisky. Now let the of the world. Twenty-ave cents a bottle '' prince of tbe island of !Sauios. i variety and at rochtfn tm
"Well, said his friend, "you John R. ChoateLibrarian.Class Be sure ask for"M rs.Wlnlil w's Sooth- ;
you
; of amateur anglers rise W. E. Wynne, a building contractor
greut army tug byrup'and take no other kind t| prices at the Willi lI'f'I.
j en masse and prove, by millions of I should have thought of that before Ushers-Efected from Class '03 I !1 of Anaconda, Mon., is perhaps the only ware Co.'s.City.
I
j illustrations. the falsity of this out you went into polities."-Brooklyn man in tbe world who owns a church
J. rageous libel. I Life. Edwin Clnbbs, Harry Lin'ton, LeG;' HAD A BAGFILLED all by himself It is in Butte, Mon I

-- .Iammi, Richard Stillraan, William ,; James H. Garfleld, son of the late I j
Ho far as the collection of the Indian (I | President Garfield, who has Just been j Taxes !
:' Carleton Cushffidn, Herbert WITH BREAD:
I, war claim is concerned, the Those members of the county >I McCormick appointed civil service commissioner, I

J : people of Florida can truly say: All 'I executive committee who desire to 'I CalO. I ___ bears a striking resemblance to Lis fatter i

f' honor to those. who tried and failed, serve the county for another term j ji I I Ij i Remember, the main
J. J. Beverly, a colored preacher, j j Oscar Fish of Alaska receives $33-,
r.! as well as to those who, by united :i should not be afraid to go before the I The opera house was filled tooverrlowing thing to do now is to pay
OuO from
a tbe for
I government
year ,
found at 2 o'clock this
, and etfort, succeeded was morning
persistent ; j
people in the primary elestion. A : last night with proud parents carrying the mails twice a month from your city taxes before
but none to those who, in gratification f with a sack filled with bread. Offi-1
number of democrats will be quali- I brothers!, sisters and friends of i iI Valdez to Eagle, a distance of 413
''it, of a petty personal animosity, cer Parker ran across him on West ;| miles |you are advertised You
"I fied to vote in the primary election I tha graduating class of public school
stood in the breach and preventedthe 1 1
Belmont street, near Ileus. Beverly James Doll, the oldest English actor, ; are now paying 3
earlier consummation of justice. this year who could not vote In the ,, Xo. 1, to witness the commencei ( is ninety-eight years of ages lie never''' per
I had what he turned his "minis
; ----- 1 | cent interest.
' i[: last election. They should be given i rnent exercises. appeared In London, but spent his life )
is retleei
THERE
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one consolatory terial coat" turned inside out, andas In Devonshire, and at Exeter acted :
tion anent theGreene-Gayuor-Cana-j| a chance to .ay who they wish to I Principal Harry E. Graham pre- j'| N. McK. OERTING.
things looked decidedly suspicious Launcelut Jobbo to Edmund Bean'sSbyluck :
I da affair. While the Canada courts :Represent their precinct on the com sided and the exercises opened with mar: City Tax Collector.

. are playing 1IIn 'pong with the two j mittee. When the committee meets !I a grand overture by Chaffers' orchestra he was sent down as a dangerous President Asa Bird Gardiner of the I' -

.i, :, distinguished fugitives from justicethe j Monday night they should order I I followed by the class song character.He Rhode Island State Society of the Cinclnnati j; None Better *
statute of limitations, which was i I explained to Mayor Jones that announces tbat the society will > .
that executive committeemen be I Miss Bessie Caro Bassett read the'
j li i their neat card a few short months ;i I present a gold medal to the composer j
i he had filled his "charge" at Perdi- j
ago, cuts no figure in the game. voted for at the primary July 15. alutatory-an ably written and I of a new tune for tbe national anthem ;
I I do station and on Ills return home j i "America." Than the Best!
When we get them back in Georgiathey'll forceful paper. I
1 11 have to face the music-and The democratic executive committee I had stopped at a bakery and was !i ii The late Dr. Thomas Dunn English
I I Miss }:file Eelle Duncan read an was n close student of natural sciences j
they know it.MEMKEKS of Suwanee county, in its call i given a supply of stale bread. To i I'
ti} (
: :_ __ I : excellent es ay entitled "Music. II I as well as au accomplished mineralogist -

'; of Louisiana's. legislature for a primary election July 15, provides I! After music by Chaffers' orchestra I Ii keep the "ll.jur" from getting on his and could go through cabinet! collection -':

are seeking the repeal of the that "the voters of each dis- i i the contest for the Parkhill medal j' coat, he had turned the coat the'! specimen.Tbe and give. au expert opinion ofeery j BUFFALOBaking

constitutional provision restricting trict will vote in the primary of July I! wrong way. He was released. !, 'I
II began. The recitations were as follows police have ordered Russian art ,
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incumbents of the gubernatorial office 15 for a committeeman to serve them dealers niul lstoksellers to give n pledge PowderIS J
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I' to a single term. Florida has for the next two years from September i SOUTH AFRICAN ,In writing that !henceforth they will notexhibit ':
I "Mona's Watus"-Xellie WLite
had abundant experience of the
r I portraits of Count Tolbtoi. All
value of its .similar provi-ion, and I 1, next, and the person receiving Richards. I postal rariU bearing his picture have THE BEST! 1

er could not be induced to relinquish | the highest vote in each district fur "The Polish n'Iarktam N CATTLE TRADE been troutiscate.LThomas '

.: it. Logical sequence, rather, de I' such committeeman shall be declared Broughton. -- O'l'.iy. who lives at Vevay,

I mends that the restriction be ap-1 1 i elected." InJ., i is one of the very few survivorsof ; t

! plied to many other offices, both j "In the Signal Box"-Alice Mary The steamer Vermont the first the famous British cavalry Light j

state and county. I'I This is good enough for the executive Haley. vessel of the Pen-acola-South African brigade; which immortalized, itself in

.; -- h_ __ n_ I, committee of Escambia countyto history by the charge at Balaklava,
f "Spartacus to the GlaJiators"lIar.r line is now lying at Comman-1 i -
..
Ituss-ia .
"Tut Sept. 25 1 f I.
negro appears to have fair : ;
;d : treatment so far as labor l is concern- copy. By its provisions the point j I Wageiiheim.I : dancia wharf securing a general !
; 1 raised by Mr. J. R. Stewart at the I
1i ed, aud in the matter of education !; I The judire;-Miss,, Zoe LeRaron cargo. She will also take several I SHORT STORIES.
: I' recent meeting of the committeewho
his advantages are much greater | Prof. H. Clay Armstrong and Mayor I head of cattle.
I Eis: than I had thought. I believe Alabama is to pay for a second primaryi I Southern California has evolved a tomato
|, C. Moreno Jones-had a difficult task Little can be learned at present of tree of which the fruit is practically -
I j
!: i does betttr by the negro in i I if two or more candidates run from
h t this and other than in deciding upon the winner, but : this new line, but it is understood ': the same as that of the plant.
respects any any of the: precincts and neither re- I IWagenhf'im. I A promoter who says that he bas dis Guaranteed Absolutely PureIt
: other state of the South" said Con- i! finally awarded the medal to Harry that other vessels have been char- '
ceives a majority in the first prim. con'l'ellouh.s; ark embedded! in perpetual -
; gressman Littlefield of Maine, who i tered by )Ir. C. W. Hagerman, and snow on Mount Ararat wants makes delicious bi- .

"i,!f is one of the Thompson party touring I I ary-will be averted for in the case A piano solo, "Grand Marche de will arrive here at an early date to | Senator Hanna to furnish funds for fins, etc.

: Alabama lie would have'!lof committeeman, the one recehing bringing it to the St Louis exposition. I You can prove thiBUFFALO i I" .
'i Concert, was finely rendered by load cattle for Houth African port {
I spoken differently if he had consulted !i! the highest vote shall be declared The people of Fall River have protected ; a trial.
the educational of1! i Miss Mary )Iorri on.I --- the wild squirrels in tbneigbboibocd. '' ObCAh E *
i history pray !
elected. Another good point is thatit MEAT & MALT has a marvelous
Florida I Miss Bessie Caro Bassett read her I II ;i One was picked up the I' Telephone tOCI. "1\,
; f __ will enable every democrat in eachof dietetic value. While refreshingand i other day on tile principal street and
essay on Robert E. Lee, which had
,9j I "F1oRrui.Nscannot afford tosend the twenty precincts to have a I I pleasant to take, it helps a=simi i;, ate candy from the band of friendly I
' I II :, won for her the W. A. Blount citben.I'rofessjr.
men to the legislature who
t are smart voice in naming the committeeman I i lation of food. Bold byDANNHEIS I
I enough to live high up there in Tal- i ( medal. I ', Shatter Mathews of the'

I laharfsee aud then bring home more .:: from hl" precinct i Misg Bertha Muriel Williams read I I IJan EI R BROS.: University of Chicagu. who recently' I j r !1

i money than their .salaries amount to; THE POLITICIAN. essay entitled "Medal*." turned fnnn the Holy l.ainl. sass that I BI6YGLE8i
j in a Email town vi-t or the titer Jor
;; such rot'lare dangerous, and a man FISH CHOWDER
i who will sell his vote will sell those ,, Lathe Can Wear Shoe i j Mi-s Lomie Pou Gould's valedictory -. ; dam be had been m.ioV in Mataxia.! III.
i who vote for him. If the people one fcize smaller after u..ioglIl'n's! Koot- was excellent. I 1 ..V9P v V 9.t\
Ease a powder to be shaken into the bO"Ii,1 I I BY THE SEA SHORE! :The new electric stages ruunii.g on
know of any of this sort they should ,, It makfti tight or Dew shoes It'd tasyg"'es 1'! Lawrence C. Green played a piano''Ii Fifth '
I an'uul't \\ York, lave '
i I in-tant relict to corns and bullions. It's' : a trueling I
be kept at home, unless they can be the greatest comfort discovery of the age. j ji 'i solo entitled "Home, Sweet Home." I; riKlIuo of about! bfty ogles: amid a i iHIKed Big Stock! All Kinds:
i sent to where clothes i I'ures and prevent swollen fret blisters. ''I !,
striped are !I 1 callous and Rev. P. H. ot about tifteui miles an tic'r. j
sore spots. Allen's Koot-Kabe :,, Whaler presented the
f| worn and voting is not a part of the I!I Uncertain cure for twtatlng. hot, aching ,> At the Santa Rosa Surf Bathing: and the Fifth avenue trip is made with All Prices!
fet At all druggists and shoe ; ,: Blount medal to Miss Bassett,, C. J., I I
work to be performed." The above, i j I l i, Don't accept tiny -ub-tltute. Trial stores pacKaee., ic) :' i' establishment, the noted chef, i a laving uf one-tbird tLe time us com ':

from the Gainesville News, would '' F1tEE by mail Address. Allen H. ulni'ted. ,<; Shine E'.q., pre-ented the Helen tI t Frank Maura, will give one of hisj i paced with the hut!>t:1i. j

Ij.; have more force if it had named Le Hoy. N. V. i I I. Fl-her medal to Miss Hums Green :, celebrated fi-h chowder every S5un1 :! The Maine: Coast club Is to build a' [DJSOI r PH Jfm 'l/rn/ !

i' any member of a former legislature: THE ST.nOS: \ { and Mayor Jones presented the : day at b o'clock p. in. on the seashore clubhouse for sportsmen on tbe peninj j
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guilty or suspected of the offense hi- i 1 jsrilP! KATIIINC FSTABMSHMKNT: beach. The steamer Enterprise bula of Petit Manau that will duplicate !!"
Parkhill medal I to Harry Wa,en. | Jekyl island. Golf will be baned. Men"
will leave Palafox
dicated. Lacking such application?iIf j i : wharf at Music Free With Each Machine
it is an imputation rather than a'|'! Bather; in the warm gulf waters is heim. I 2:30 p. m, every :Sunday. m2:! tf and women wbo lo\e fishing and Ehont-1 i
conceeded to be the finest iu the lug will bo welcome as members, but
If charge. As such, it should not have world. Everything pleasure with'safety. The diplomas were pre-ented by I II I Ask Ynur Di aler fur Allen's Foot-b'unr: 110 golf and no "society ructions" are I Fishing Tackle

been published. Good board and lodging, V. Clubbs of
by Chairman A. the school desired. i
A powder lor the fret. It
I. i cures Mxullenvre,
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the --- Base Ball
day or week. Luncheon prompt HotCallnusAching.MwfftUni ..-..t.C'orrs ----- ---- ------- -- h I ,
ly served at all hour, day or night. board and the exercises! closed with and Bunion At all drugglbta and hoe i
I Holds Vp a (.onun t..iuan. BI'KIOX itorei.2oc. Ask today. 134 134 134 134 134 !
CHARLES H.
f the clasj sonD' and music the Of0'1' .... ; Tennis
"At the end of the campaign" 2m-tf Manager.: I -- I r, a: .'.- ""'......&....""... ..1.'J- : ,
writes Champ Clark, Missouri's : ---- che-tra, after which Rev p. H. J '1
brilliant "from BAY EXCURSION 1344's- Ping Pong.
congressman overwork ) CONCERT AND DANCE AT Whaley, on behalf of the graduating 134'
, nervous tension, loss of sleep I
MAGNOLIA
KLUFF POSTPONED : t All rsOE's TeJf honc
' and constant speaking I had about': UNTIL FRIDAY NIGHT ON claw, presented a handsome watch -- f Big Repair Shop:
utterly collapsed. It seemed that all' m- U e
ACCOUNT OF CLOSING EXERCISES ; Io4
charm to Prof. Harry E. Graham i 1 Tin IT- &
the organs in my body were out of Ofo'THE PUBLIC SCHOOL FOR THE BENEFIT OF THEWOMAN'S
: order, but three bottles of Electric ATTHB Ol'BRAHOUE.: !i -- --- tw v tyv tyvi.. t:; t,!)>, Can Repair any old t.

: I Bitters made we all right. It's the :' -- -- I What Thin Folks Need ': HOME.A 134 134 134 134 134 And fit
; j Keys to any old : -
best all-round medicine ever i'tld'( Cleaning ladies;; skirts and waist : Is. of dl ------------ -
a greater power estlng and jassimilating j ;;
: over a druggist's counter. Overworked is one of our specialties Star Laun- i A. '9TORIg.: I
food. For
run-down men and weak them Dr.
; ,
i : sickly women gain splendid health Kings New Life Pills work wonders. i' bay excursion will be given Beat, the ta Kind Ya Haffl Aao: Saga: F:. B. Bruce,

i t and vitality from Electric Bitters dry.Headache They tone and regulate the digestive ;< today on the steamer Florida for Slguatue t2" #+ Pof : !

! Try them. Only 50c. Guaranteed by organs, gently expel all poisons from the benefit of the Woman Hone .
- '! W. A. D'Alemberte, 121 South Pal the system, enrich the blood. improve > i ---=- I 16 S. Palafox.All .
j I !I afor street Biliousness, S'tnr storoath, connipa- appetite make healthy tleh, i' leaving Palifox wharf at C:3U p. m Elegant china
t lion And all liver Us are cured by W. D'Aletnberte's. 25 closets
Only 2oc. at A. Ticket cent; dancing to good I
1 It Foley's Honey and Tar contains Hood's PillsThe 121 outh Palafox street. I, music The Home needs fund sideboards and leather- ; kinds of chairs Ifnrl

n* opiates: and can safely be givento Patronize the ex"ur-ion, enjoy your- seat chairs at Marston rocking chairs at JUar-iton
non-irritatiac i
cathartic. Price :
children. W. A. D'Alemberte, 25 BANNER SALVE.i self and at the same time a'' Quina's. Low
cents cf al drujeiMs or by mail Of ,_ help prices easy i" $ Quina's. Prices are >':ry
121 ::;. Palafox street. C.I. Hood 4 C ,0, Loweu, Miss 1 i the most healing esive Uvtworitf | worthy cause. I j payments low.





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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 30. 1902. 1


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, c O'NEAL, President; F. C. NORTON Cashier; ,
* 'jifoSHEE.Vice-Preiident; M. E. CLARK A't Cashier. I i Ii II
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5 Ooii d eu.od atAtexaxezxt of the MARITIME. I
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AMERICAN NATIONAL BANKOF EXPORT RHALUDAY&CO. ;

For May tod te..__.. .., ... ____ ____N7, I
PENSACOLA, FLORIDA AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS MAY 27, 1902. I II 'i ir
I Am si Pensacola Km! Leech, Galveston,
to oalf Transit Co
RESOURCES. LIABILITIES. i Am sch Belle O'Neill, m-I. Norwoed, Boston -

, anal Di-covuts! ...... ...... ...... .... 507303.02 Capital Stock ...... .... ......... ...... .... 200000.00 to master SPECIAL SALE
ifttrdrate; ..... ... ...... ...... .. ...... .... 1,23382 Surplus Fund.... ...... .... .... ...... .. .... 10000.00 I 3
r" Bonds and Iremium ... ............ 80.260.00 Net Profits..... ....... ............... .... 7,121.86 I THE SHIPPING.
i'l ture and Fixures.... ...... .... ...... 6718.48 Rediscounts...... ............ ...... .... .... 112,650.89 -OF-
: -tainp8.... .. .. .... .... ... .......... 604.00 Circulation...... ...... .. ...... .... .... .... 75000.00 VESSELS IX PORT..
fan and Exchan.:..... ...... ... ......... 270,337.85 Deposits .................. ............ ...... 451,574.42 Alpha,STEAMSHIFS.Dutch 1314. Lleuwen, to W 8 Key

I sera Co Br Cynthia Co ,1KJH, Deans, to W 8 Keyser A: Cambric Underwear -1

$866,347.17 '866,3H.17I Bpan .Francisca jjl, Kchevaeria, to Gull ::1
T. ,j- bank opend for business October 23,1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will giver Transit Co
Br (Olencoe iSrtO.) Cooper, to order
T badness promit, courteous and careful attention. Ur Hornby Cattle, SiT;)*. tiauJge, to Gulf > FOR ONE WEEK ONLY !-,'.

Interest Paid on Time Deposits. Transit Hpan Madrlleno., Luzarraga, to W L
Wittlch Co
--- Br Vermont 2772, Osborce. to C W Ha- il

- german Br Wanderer, 260fi; Hunter: to Gull TracI We will Offer Our Entire Line of Ladies' :

B. H. F FAIK3HILD MAN SCARED GOOD GAME !I sit Co
I SHIPS. Cambric Underwear at a Discount of
EREn Nor King Cenric, Poul'en, to Pectacola
t1raOx..S: Lumber Co

38 EAST ROMANS STREET. FROM PORCH FOR SUNDAY !I Nor Agathe.",BAKES Bjonness, to 8 8 L Co \.,
and Refinising Furniture a Has Albion,ski. Snail to tI B LCo
r.fifj'* I I It Columbia Us, 1'aroUI to order :! <:
Specialty ___ II I I IrXDAY'S Nor Blrma,tew,Johnson, to order :; .
It Gulseppe D Albundo\'$, Mont to Ro-

Phone ..03. Gus Soderlind, of :317 West Government '> 'sasco Rus Rros Ht'ra.lt'Jj. Hoeeblom.toSHLro:
l I .r .1 i! Br J H Markteri, We', t-rank. to order
street, was awakened early ,., baseball ;
1 game i Kus Lima VT
R. K. WHTE, i this morning by a noise on the rearI at Palmetto i i Nor Co Mataura, 1183! Bruusgaard, to H P R. HALLIDAY & CO.,
.
I porch of his home. He went out to Beach will be !,8botterCo
.Mannfaciring Jeweler j i Nor Paragon, 744 Busch, to ti P Shelter

1'ahblllaler I I investigate, and heard a person fraught with CoIt Saint Antonla de Pardora,531.! Quarto Telephone 193. .< k< 33-35 Palafox St.
graduate Ctician, i i
and to order
:jump over the fence and runaway. J great interest. RKH-.S. ...

Pea\uola.Fla I He had made a slight noise when w The visiting i ', It Due Horrlle H1a.Costa. to order
t.eachI'adstol't.
"('Uo" FoR!! N. B.-This Sale will positively only last One Week,
to the back dour and this is ..:: Am HJHlmar.vi.Axelsen. to matter I,
going \ team will be
Am Nellie VV Hewlett 1'I;: Mumford. to and 31.
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beginning Monday May ending BaturdayMay:
---" -.r J M ltoberts.AgentBr
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"- | supposed to have been heard by famous Cohn & U I110n.j 2, Foster to matter I t

II I, what was thought to be a burglar. 1 Hehrs -I, J
I aggregation ;
OLEAKEU AND HAILED FOR PK> ; 1 WNH'vYWNHm'Nm
NEWS NGfES 1 Track of a man were to be seen all f from New Orleans, a team i HACOLA.STEAMSHIPS..
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around the house this morning, the II which has defeated everything it'' AJ Hocken.l'.r.: 111. Ben.litt.Shields May 13 -
Beatrice, Kr, ilji, Edward Prnarlii! May S .:: '
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shoe having been a small one. has ever run up against in the Coast i t HHttenhall Br,l.i>, La Platta May :1 j r?
/ i !>, Ht-Mneborg, Bned: 1'.M, bclireill, Hotter- | [ Rror 1
carantine ', and Texas state leagues. The con- 1 dam May 11 I I / i i'v.
\ .. \va- towed upto : : I SII\'t'rllI..lr.1jll, Balls std Algierspl ,X .. 1
.11 ,: too late to lIeially tract terms were consummated over /azpirak Bat Spun: Md BtlDao March ;; .' ft I'
i iI
HEARD NOISE ON THE .
SHIPS.Kndynuon I .' I
the lat and from .
II.I '(. telephone : night SemiDressI
Bus I.i. sid East London q
| ROOF OF A SALOON all reports; a great crowd of "rooters" March lit \
I .\uder on his put a lephonei BUn I
I Ii
drink counte:for the I from New Orleans will be with the Antonio Urg jtj.lillll'lilma.;; May 1:;
: i- cold Alexander' Lawrence, Nor, ll-o, Rosario c PATENT KID I
public. You art invited I While a gentleman was going I players; when they arrive Sunday Anita March H.ItS73atTenerlffeNov20! s II I

., :? j home at 2:30 this morning, and when I morning. Karsagliere, It.sid --avona March 19 L I
tol'oatl.1t..!'!,at Marseilles Ian 11 r' Blucher Oxford
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has passing Vidal's saloon, on East I Pensacola has "cleaned up" about Hugo Nor.wet,at Table Bay March 7 ,
sign tt-r. d
: i H. Monroe a pa nine Mount, It. sid Leith Jan 12
::- fed the names of man of the ;, Government street he said he heard I everything iu Brewton and Mobile Virginia It, sl LAST
8CHOOMERH.Ueo CAP TOE, RUGBY ,
."..t- aud has nailed theigns at : the tramping of feet on the roof. I II and it remains to be seen to where V Jordan Am,lid New York -\prll:7 J
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about theity. : MEDIUM SORE: ,
mmeut points I The gentleman said he had no the prowess of the home boys ex- She Had to Dirt. .
Doctors sometimes give their directions j MEDIUM EXTENSION
: ,.- !Tome of Henry Kauiier: ont i j weapon so he hurled a stone to the tends. The team they combat Sun
Ii for
taking dates or other treatment :
Wright street, has bet glad- roof aud went on his way. day has quite a reputation, and in lanx'uace beyond the compre- r. EDGE,

,?, .ed by the recent arrival' line''I Nothing was mused from the should the locals come out victors lii'U.-ion of the patient. Occasionally CObib10N.SENSE HEEL.
:c1t. lady, who will make tit place ;' tragic, but more often amusing, mistakes r1 3fiide33 3.:F; :; :-? "
saloon today, but it is probable a the honors will be great.
.r future abode. occur thereby. Judge;: tells one
burglary was prevented. Owing to the extra large expensethe of the amusing; kind, although it might
Will Iaiter was given a 'elimi- local management have to go to hart been uncomfortable at least. A Cofortab1eandNobbySho1tor the Club
Wee The Stitch in 1 illlt'. 1
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ary trial before Ju-tice yes.v I A small colored jirlH'nt to a ilmp-
i in bringing the New Orleans team
afternoon on a charge otssault I When people begin to lose appetite I,i store and said to the clerk "Ma mammy --- --- --- ---- -'"

intent to murder and w com- or to get tired easily, the least here for Huuday and Monday's wants some of do handsomest chI:

', d to jail in defaultof $bond. I i imprudence brines; on sicknes. game: they will be compelled to je pot." BOSTON SHOE STORE
The stitch in time that saves ninei. "TIe: handsomest' rcrnatctl the
'ha. J. Turner snstaed a N Hood's Sarsaparilla taken now. raise the price of admission to 351 i ck-rk. "" '1'11. I don't know. What ,
ThU great medicine the
4inful injury to his rift arm enjoys cents, and as the New Orleans teamis does she want it for?'*
same distinction a" a preventive that I II \1'11.FOHt'IIIDIIn, I"l'Upri'tl/r.
''.1y by fallinsr on :a ruy wire J it does as a cure which i is saying a composed of the best seaii,profesHonal :j I "She dune pot: do misery in her ttum-
nail being driveialmott'iroush I great: deal, for never before in the I mick :lIIllh' doctor say she iiiut dye
M7 Palafox
South
I Leaders of Low Prices. Street.
in the
players South the
of medical patrons It, and !
she
the bonof the : history science has soi : say if she hah pit tor die

Dr. J. Wh tinHargi- i much thought been given to pre. of the game will have the It she want It a handsome: color." I
veutive medicine as is being given
t. wound. now. pleasure of seeing one of the fastest Sold On Guaranteeto
The Force of Elample. -
I - -- of the ..
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games season.
\ ': t'lubbs has sol-o Blake i iTTISTIOS: n\CinItS: i i i"I'u we1 read the life! stories t f men -.. ... be everything claimed for it, or
I. Jr.. seven beitiful lot I -- The line-up as given out thi-* morning and women we our.-elus participate money refunded. Every vehicle!

it- block sou of J. C. i The next examination for white i is as follows: to some extent in their own experiepees. ottered 1 far sa'e by u-5 is fully warranted -
deuce. Ea Hill i N teachers will be held in school build. Insensibly \\e place ourselves! ns to workmanship and u.a-
i ing No. J and that for colored teach- PENSACOTA NEW ORI.KANS In this situations In whirh they foundthemselves terial. Nothing, whatever, i i.. mis-
.. hug up and fit be- I irs in school building No. 31. <}uina ...... ....rf... .. ..Harrison j I and the {problemsliicn reprfctented. Our reputation assures -

.-t desirabhesidence I These examinations will I II ... .. ....
I' : begin Harris cf..Randall | confronted them seek their: solution in you of that. Have on hand a

city. Mr. ublw yet I promptly at 9 a. m. June 3, l'J02. Welles .... ....3b.... ..... Coquet j': our ntt n brainv Their llill t'1I1til'I. their variety of haud-ome carriages and

r .,f well local lots forThose i i Uf Let same all those interested N. B.make COOK,note I. Kicker. .. ...... .1 If.... .. .. ....:Smith MuinMinsF. their triumphs become, serviceable light wagon us, all well styles.as i beautifuland They're-

: 1.\J1l\ble: pr il. I I County Superintendent of Public Instruction. Sanchez: ...... ...2b.. .. ... .. Phelan personal leon by which we may low priced, too.

'ace hotllocatilll Hd-n-lw! Oliver ...... .... .1 b. .. .. Williamson gist a wider experience> of life than '
I pomes to us in our ordinary a oca- 'L Best Horpe hoer always ready.J. .
::1. s..p. .. ... .... Waite! 11
tious. so that when the time
NOTICE DEMOCRATIC ... ..... 1'llInt'jwlwn
.- than 'najority : Lappington..s s. Schott; OrrRtcnP
r called\
: L we are UM II for home momentous a M. Hilliard & CO.
K-cainOil Co. -- .. .. .. ..c.. .... ... .... Bull decision: ,
: : a : or to pursue some
: EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
III '. i ,t the .-.uholderi --- special line of conduct we have a prec- No. :30 East Garden St.MEUX'S .
:y afteiou, but I Mother! Mothers: Mother! i-dent to guide us to the right course.- .

.. 'i.brpent wasi \ A meeting of the Democratic Executive How many children great this season tt'- Scottish-American.
Committee of cambia: veribh aDd constipated, with bad stomach
'!, ''..'in ul r. J. D. i county will be held in the office of and headache Mllbt'riraY'1 Bweet: Fodders Thos. C. Watson & Co. rn
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I : iii. a tIng wisjournedI liThos.'R I McCullagh at 7:30 p. m.. for children will always cure. If worms the leading Real Estate Agents, take tilcff@

.' I Iy' Jute' .",. tt Tx;: >'clock, :Monday, Jun 2, ISMKJ the, for the the advisability purpose are them.present At all they druggists.will certainly 2o CU. Samples remove| all the worry off the shoulders of the ffJ t7
of -
considering
., i : of
i 1IIIJt "ilicet which nmilfil KKKK. Address Allen b. Olnmed owners property manage the
!i of electing the executive committee Lelloy.N. renting of their houses
... Y'CONCERT I and the coli -
I ::- itd.iueof j share-
of Escambia in the --
county i lection of their rents as conscientiously Sclosil of 1ohllrltJand. Tjpruiiiing
I '. xi'; t-d.. It walso; or- primary of July Ii), lUll 2, and for the AND DANCE anti I iitraiure.
,t as they would themselves. Now is the time to enter school and for
transaction of such other businessas prepare a lucrative position. No
: i-: '< twell ert.Ir.. MAGNOLIA BLUFF POSTPONED Their charges are very reasonable. vacation. Night and
day 't'illn
may come before the meeting
.-sited a* to texpedi"iitinuirvork I C. H. PAKKH I.L. UNTIL FRIDAY NIGHT ON I ,__ -
.-: ...! :. on I HAS \leRI'HY. Chairman. ACCOUNT OF CLOSING XER-- -- --

i I Secretary. I II CISESOF: THE PUBLIC SCHOOL I '

I ATTHE OPERA HOUSE:

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!%%. .. .. % A regular communicationof

Ecambia Lodge! No. 15,

'_* ....AT.... A F. & A. M., at 8:00 o'clock
Monday night: June 2 I II
HARRY. Onus. II I I
Secretary I
JSOLCAHN&CO'SU

KrtraU a Great Secret. ;

Q It i is often asked how such startlingcure
) WILL FINDJ.SMITFIELDHAMS.I -, that puzzle thpbe-physicians ,:
j are effected by Dr. King's New Dis- I

... .. covery for Consumption. Here's the
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secret. It cuts out the phlegm and
QP :. -- germ infected mucu*. and lets the
life-giving oxygen\ enrich'and vitilize -
the blood. It heals tfce intl-imed.
j cough-worn throat and lung; .. Hard

." -' ,_ ---- colds and stubborn cou Great
yield to Dr. King's New Disc very. Clearance
I' the mot infallible remedy for all Sale

c Throat and Lung diseases. Guaranteed -
bottles fill! c and $1.00 Trial
bottle* free at W. A. D'Alemberte's. c 01'-
121 S 'nth Palafox street. 0
kept in iirst-Class Grocery Store.

MFOK I Know One !lore Reme.ly

....F>RIDA AGENTS.... for an obetinate cold.: Jtj name 111 I'yuv-&I..am CLOTHING
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T11Kbita The man who owns his own home i
insures himself against lots of I

\ Sings; Mineral Water. raise trouble his: and rent worry.and the Nobody rent day can ha? : .zA One-Third Off .

; no terrors for him. It's easy to own ; Regular Price y
a home now-a-da"ys. ThO8. C. i!
Watson & Co. can tell you how ,
: Agency Sfunnally's Candies sCorner easy it JCall; and see them. i
!]
.SEE SHOW
WINDOW !
f I P/ox and Intendencia Streets. JR \reIoney yo buying .. .

k k'lure furni-I

..I.: hGni: 1'A/ Pensacola I Fla. at Marsfon $ Quina's W. J.
Great Furniture Empo- & B. FORBES.

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t. THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA FRIDAY MAY3O, 1902"fJr"A

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'' 4J1 I INTERSTATE COMMERCE SUITS I

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I t tI H'jI1 : a&a !! / For Alleged Have Pooling Been six Southern Indicted. Railways .H j:j MISS IDA M. SNYDER,

of the East End Art Club
29.-Th@ Treasurer Brooklyn
; o Memphis May prosecution
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ao of common carriers under section I 5 <
ea i.
EXSTRUAL irregularities to their htilth
r. of the interstate commerce acts as wr l\
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I i are generally lave MOrC hoc
0 l I' amended has begun here with indictments [P1 I the beginning mothers and daughter*,

II I Nr against six railroads, as follows; of a woman's troll if they wovd use m rt
, +, AC Illinois: Central Railway company, the Lies With the vitality at a ligence. in tU matter ',t .

.rI. lI; Ij r 3r Louisville and Nashville' Railroad company. j low ebb, the blood weakened t,,,+ cioes, obs*lnng resu.ti, : ,
.
the digestion disordered would find that the d\c
i% i w I Ii i the 'Frisco (K. C.. M. and R.). j she goes about pale-- prescription do not fir; .

t I Southern Railway company and Nash j faced, hullo R-''yel and hag' the many Crt they an g;;.
i SKill DISEASES ville. Chattanooga and St. Louis Railj pard, a piteous contrast to credit for.
j the blooming 1 health of ..d "la cof-ultmg with r
way company. her former self. But over Mitt Ha.'/. Snyifr. druggist hndvbeJ: McElret
The indictments were returned 1,(0),II)women have found Wine of (irdui and: The.
against these railroads and their officials health pin by taking ll'ineof Car ui. ford's Black-Draught and so I took .
The skin is provided with millions of little pores t because the government contends Asa regulator of the menstrual periods and have every rtaxfl to thank him '
and invisible the natural Wine of Cardui Las never been known a new life .
glands to eye, yet through that the declaration by each road bin ; opened ufio: me with tea
I to fail. It has seldom failed to restore health, and it only tx>k three mom._
these tiny outlets the larger part of the deadly 11fllfrr ) I fact a pool among them to divide ) perfect health, even in the most persistent curt nu.i ."

that daily collects in the body is carried off. But nature on a pro rata basis the cotton out of j i, and azravated case of weakness. You may spcurftlii-1; sariiMissSnydtT r>

never intended that poisons of an irritating acid '! Memphis and to maintain rates. This :j Miss Ida M. Snyder, of !-o.' 535 Der- if you kc Win. : .
agreement was known among the railroads p.m Street Brooklyn, N. Y., has used as she took it. Th'-df, n. -
character should be eliminated through the skin, the Liver and Kidneys being their natural as a "declaration." I Wine of Cardui and she says it helped Draught is the corpdniun m1 i

outlets, and it is when these important} organs fail to perform their functions that these acid The government called it a pool and her Snyder into is a worth new life.a great Health deal.to She Miss isaa'attractiv Wine of Cardui nd it i ii a i. : ,

absorbed into the blood and find the evident of it is alleged to have with: intellectual bowel mrnl.ltor1.ih: BJSI--; 10I
poisons are their way to the surface of the body through the : *? young woman in effecting a If .i .
curt t
yc.u
been so strong that the grand jury re attainments and she occupiesthe
pores and glands of the skin, producing intense itching and burning, inflammation and turned the indictment. position; of Treasurer of the Brooklyn medicines accordi. to dir.rflitf .

swelling, and eruptions of e\ery conceivable size, shape and character. i United States District Attorney Randolph Eat End Art Club. This position and cure WImp I e. ,- ..
marks her of intellect, culture are cured quickly: uth-!'r- 'tr...
Skin Diseases differ greatly in their general characteristics and degrees of and J. T. Marchand. special attorney as a person
intensity. and re'.nenient and it speaks hid V !"*ause the di.sd has r/:.
Red and angry looking spots break out upon some part of the body with a mass of small : of the interstate commerce corn of the respect and trust her fellow Remember how 3i>s Snder' '.
|, nusMon i are conducting the suits tor women have in her. She writes; "f Cardai and hs Lt-al'li. 'j
pustules or blisters frun which is clear
discharged a or straw colored fluid which dries and
the
,
government "If wouU attention medicines are offc-'d t -.1! .
more
women you
lakes off in bran-like! particles and: scales, or forms into hard and painful sores and scabs. pay ,

The skin often hardens and dries, cracks and bleeds from the effects of the fiery acids THE LATE FORD TRAGEDY. A : r .

which the blood is continually Story Hitherto Unpublished Regarding 'VINE of CARD t :: f :; ..

throwing ofT. Pimples, blackheads ; Ottumwa, Iowa, April 10, 1901. Cause of Unfortunate Shooting. ;

and blotches are cviJencxscf In 1883 I fcrcke out with Eczema on my head, legs and arms. Tbi :\t'York, 'ilayIn conned.on; -'

a too acid blood which has: Doctors treated me far about two years without giving relief. I next -
with the Ford tragedy, which owurrdlr I;
inflamed and clogged the pores. tried I various ointments!: caps and washes, but these did me DO goerf. ..,....fitly in this city, a story hithenn THE NEW GROCERY STORE.
finally quit taking medicine the
as
physician said the disease had
Skin Diseases being dependent linpuliliahtii is in ciiculation regarding: -
:
become chronic; and incurable. Having endured this tormenting malady ) ._ .o
upon the same C.IUFCS: require for &*out 16 years, I determined to make another effort to get rid ef It the iauoe: of the shouting which cost

the same treatment which must and began S. S. S. in July, 1900, and continued It until November, wtti the files of the author, Paul Leicester: WILL MO.YER

be constitutional and not external. I discovered, to my surprise' and joy, that not a spot could be fouad .1 Ford. and his brother, Malcolm the

!'othmgap he d locally 1 to the my body, which before had been almost covered with the eruption. famous athlete. Keeps a Complete, First-ClassJp-to-Date Stock
It has now been nearly a since the disease It Is to the effect that Malcolm, who
year disappeared but lit
,
inflamed surface can bring much a sign of it has ever returned, and I 1111I satisfied the cure la peroaoeaLF. was not provided for in his father'swill of Fine Staple and Fancr Groceries.

relief. The disfiguring eruptions notified Paul a seek before the
C. NORFOLK, 1017 Hackberry Street I No. 30 W.
will continue to annoy and pain shooting: that he must have $:5;<>"0, Government St., Salisbury Block

you in spite of soaps, washes or powders. There :s no hope of getting rid of a skin disease he which signed he claimed a waiver was permitting his due the because pro TILKPHOXK am: -

except through the purification of the depreciated blood and neutralizing and filtering out of bating of the will. He is said to ha\e ,'

the circulation all poisonous substances and acids. ] declared: he needed the money badly ICE AND WOOD 1

The purifying and tonic properties of S. S. S. soon manifest their influence in skin I| and when to Paul have replied!become that much he incensed did nothae '

affections the debilitated i is WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCl LARGER TRADE
; system invigorated and toned '
: and the the han
up, gradual disappearanceof cum on 't, adding that h the eruptions show that the polluted blood is being brought back to its natural purity and should consult other members of the THIS SIMMER THAN EVE 1 EFC REt 1

strength. Old chronic skin disorders which have resisted all the ordinary methods of Iamll)". Maliolm is said to have r
|plied that one of the heirs had kept SEND US YOUR ORDERS NCW.

treatment, readily yield to the curative the agreement, but that he would

j SALT RHEUM ECZEMA powers of S. S. S., and there is no reason not con.sult: the others, and departed Thompson, Qlssn & C ') ,

I 3 why the long time sufferer should feel with the declaration that he would n-

turn a week hence for the money fail Manresa Street, Telfhone J.; :
resigned to his fate under the mistaken .
in;? to receive which he should
T ET T E R NETTLE report
RASH idea that some skin diseases are incurable to dt! bpeiate measures.

for S. S. S. has cured and is still ESTABLISHEH1863.McKENZIE .
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PSORIASIS ACNE BOilS curing cases perhaps far more T.exir.fiton"Would Sooner"Ky.: May Wed 29.an-"Before-Ape" OER' NG & C0.
than getable
S. S. S. is
yours. a purely would! marry a man to reform him I %

remedy, containing no Potash, Arsenic would sooner wed an ape and wait a IIEALE&8 1:0 G

or any of the poisonous drugs which constitute the basis of so many so-called skin cures. 'for him to develop," said Uev. PeteiAinsleo.

Our Medical Department has been of the greatest assistance to thousands seeking relief of Baltimore, a minister in Ship Chandlery and Geeral Jlardmare,
the Christian (church in addressing
from blood and skin troubles. Write 60S AND 805 d. PALAKQ
us fully about and 8IUKET.
your case, our physicians will help the graduating class of Hamilton Female

i you, for which no charge whatever is made. Our illustrated Book on Skin Diseases will be : unless at the Lexington! :: opera H_ w..A.GENC'REVERE ''-''''_______

I sent free to all who write for it. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY ATLANTA. GA. house last night.Rochester's COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A'jOEBLING'S' HONH t" e
GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RLEL A SON'S PUMPS

----" Low Temperature b ins .srdiei Mills Oils Imcil!!
Rochester. X. Y.. May 23 AccordIng Icstrooiis, Skirts litkirs, tint'
WU AT MILLEDGEVILLE. t: \ot Guilty of His Mother's Murder I II ODD FELLOWS ELECT OFFICERS -
I :New: Viirk. Ma\ '' It I to the weather bureau. Rochesterwas CO P.\S"ES, LOGS, [o
was ;.itr.: mI --
Is Entertained I .d I U the disti.ct I II the coldest city in the United C. McKenzie Oertmsj Collecting Agent for t. Pilots' Benevolent A-
Georgia City by Distinguished iHiiiri.**} b of? to Henry McAlpin, of Savannah, Chosen elation
States the
yesterday lowest
Chinese Diplomat I .ii> thai the siar.'l fury, who h h-; Grand Master. temperature .
Mil-isfvile I !! ; <;a., May I 2H.Chinese wn ir.vofatU.itai the murder of Mrr.! Atlanta. Maj -!'.-At yesterday af- being 3C. The official reports at

M i.isterVu Tin;;.tanK surprised, de- 'I ', "..Ii'o-! I! at Chustapher and Hudson ternooa's:: session Heiir>' JIc,\llIin. ofSavannah : the weather bureau also show that a

'ted and charmingly I cnUrtainHIwKeville i -t!.its in F*bniar> has diemijised thei w ss clwtfd) grand master .trace of snow fell The Star Liundry

yesterday. Ills addre.- i aitainnt John Voelpt-1, the wornin of the Odd Fellows of Georgia to suejHl t ,
the 'OIJlIIC'I..t'I1t'nt (If the Georgia 's 17-y.-ar-itl'I! 1 son. who was arrested r J. 1.. Cass of Rome. STEAMSHIPS.

Alilltary cullese.: tin feature of the aitor: the crime. The boy probably John A. Hjntls of Atlanta foiniirl)' "'- "'- Biggest Busies) Best !
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day was scholarly appropriate. and replete I vii! h? released! HP has been in the grand warden for the state, was elected -- ,

with wisdom and humor. Tombs Miice :March 12. deputy grand master to biiereed !j f 1i -----1.
It w a2 during Ins visit to the state I I I Henry MrAlpin.

t-anitjiiium thaI lie !'nl'l.ri.tI! every Wife Wounds Her Husband. i John W. l'cross. vsas> iAN| OCEAN TRIP k

cutby his capfiue.tionin; and hur- PanasofTkee. Fla.. May 2\\>.-In a dot elected! grand warden atttr a spirited J L 1'eJ'A \ (li ilier Op Tto !
I
rifil liuVen.rtt tsee all tlieio was mestlc difficulty! which occurred here contpst with Larry Gantt of :Mac on. To NEW YOKK, BOSTON V ,

to be sr. n. 1..i' J ity was decorated John Conle) the loading merchant of whom he defeated bj a large majority it R1\D ALL l

her and then with ()i lentil red and this town, was shot in the neck by i iI i Grand Secretary J. S. Tyson of Sai i t EASTERN RESORTS .1 n\ all parts of tt., ( '

jf-How <"hine.sc Mrs.I Conley, his wife, and it is be-lk-v- ,
liasKvcrywhere
the vannah.
was re-fleeted to sort eel him >J Our 4i.:try men will
Y l \ r.l
tS
ed that the .-
dragon was floated to the) hroezf. The wound is fatal. Mia. Cons a.s also were Grand Trtaurer T.
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jj The r Q \\\\ CJ '
oM! state capitdl!, wheio the coIkKeiinv !: l.'y claims selt-lefense t as her justifiaton. j A. Chatham of :Macon and Grand II e P, wher-j any time tl.ati II' -

hulas: I'wuy, and the stately ccntiil j. : and! ran u:iiie to !'UlUlf': yule to : reseutatlve T. S. Mill, ol Athens iI OCEAN: STEAMSHIP COMPANY 1 Writ'telephone

ImiUtii.c cl the sanitarium sport- dolui-r II-TM'.i:i to tJ. antlioritica.: I With the eveptiun of the election J !I.WRAIE-' a< 'I 't DJ and w t

d th' rpliMml: colors for (he first WHAT -- i| little! business of important. was 2 5O Hours of Ocean Breezes'I dfavoierveyou Letter tutler '
IS FOLEVS KIDNEY CURE ? i 1
tm*> in their hiioTIJl' t'I. j trausa tpd, the day being prinrijially Sailings each \VeeK f
Answer : It i* made from a rre- I j c Intdry can.ALL .
I; devoted i to the parade and the splenI I from fIV
*cription of a leading: Chicaeo: j'i.y-/ "y Savannah Ga.
Verdict for r. rs. Ingalls.Ma -ici.ni, and one of the must emiuPntI :;I did (public reception al the Grand r ': '\ T.tf.l' .' .,.t .. 11U I' "I I. ,* 1 I
<'on. :May :J?.--In thesuperior I in the country. The ingredients: I! pra house, I!I if ptr.ii.> ." "I.! ..!. -...' \ -111., t. ,.-V WORK c. o. D. .
c-ouit a jury has awarded Mr.s. A. In are the pur*>*r that money in l'uV'.1 I ,i'1f'I .t:,ltr.lit.. >, '11', "-. f Gotflillfi ice and Mm); :
.alls toHitt for and are ..intifically combined j I Twenty Damage Suits Filed. !,. '", ,,'. u' J
a $1.: 12.1tith in- to II'| I 12.--I ''' \ \ ; TELEPHONE 114. 21
L'et their I Knoxville. Teen.. May '- ARDEN ST.
tUmo-t value.
tercft at 7 per tnt trout IS'i'i: in the W. A. 2Tw'nty i<' a Ion A.*.,, nesteror Aorur ., f
D'AlembertP, 1:1:: S. Pabff x trett. i damage suits have been filed ?
against Mau ETC. A'OL' WALKER
TO
t'aar of Mrs. Ic.valls versus Henry .I. i ,' J W INGRAHA
Lamar Jr., trustee ot II.J. Lamar iI I Do I II the Coal Creek Coal company as a 'ew H I.II N RnWn...kI.... TiiLM""Iri Itf f.let.., Prfl t.w..IU.... .. Da .4 Manager.
I you want a nia.iMiificeut watch j! suit of the mine horror, the total damages :ii MJlrr IU.iir.. .*....., lifri,*. J+.rLwn.iH.n J
Washington, to n-mvpr out of for -
th..s little
: money? If *n. call ou.: JI"f "')f"f"f
tat* tlf the lat. Henry .1. Lamar, Sr I Stephenth" jeweler.. He will ac-1\,i Bought! thus tar being in execs j i jj :

H certain am-nii'! allPKod to be due the I coinmodate ,OUr j i 4 $2IJOIIUIJ,--- -- i ji i" SIDNEY DISEASES'Fo/c's Kidney Curo
late Dr. John J. I I Dangerous -- GI-SEH.\I Fl'.K.NCHis' SCHEUl'IEI '
InsalU. husband of I I if Neglected. tattidntps and bladder: tight
!'amtiff.! who the plaintiff}s>. wasI I MIDWIKKKY.: J{j Unrns, cut and other woun !I .

in partnership with Henry J. Lam and
: ., in the drug; business; ; at the corner ')f :Dtferin her service;: aa DeWitfs become troublesome sore,3", government steamer General! Frenche Thei/ill be a regular ,.
Bm-ch s licpiied midwife, liav- || Witch Hazel Salve pi '' which THE NEWS prints for the me'the
of Fourth ar.d
Poplar streets, and to Peicola
J ivpnt* such:' Medical ''.
HOCI'
I con- ,
=
in had Pquencr Kven
35
whom the money was due. year exr riellee. i where delay has I benefit of the merchant who '!hip he BU of Health '
Can live bet of refereuce from sravatpd the inJury Cni CV P e KIDNEY CURE III offic-
their
I j j DeWitt',; Witch Hazel Silve goods to the various army o'clocbn, .TuesdayJunphysicians :
ieading; { hvsicians of this: city. '! rULCI a Visit
MRS. M. GIDDENS. ftlects a cure. "I had a running posts: Illfllft" RtlUJr art cor'! .

Increased Capital Stock. jltf 114 South DeVilliers M. i.4 j ore on mv IP? thirty year: ," ;:aye Leaves Hensacola .. ... ......_ ..... 7.00) a. m. inTlt8t; attend.
nrn.lr.: ham, Ala. May .'I. The Mi"" H. C. Hartly Yankeetowu, It d. Leave Karranca ... .....7Sia. m. I t refunded. DR. E. F. KK-
H Hardware - "After u-inx many remedip;:. I tried Leaves Hickeni .. .. ...... ... ..hart a. m. monif ContAiniremtdlei Pre-. :
per Kettig "
compan) today Leaves .. .. .
I DeWitfs Karrancai _._ wtda.m. DR. W
fled declarations! increasm*; thnr ;] boxes Witch Hazel Salvo." A 1 ew'LrereePeoeacola' .... ....l'J:15a.. 1 ttcognlud by mlotnt -n2Stt DEWBEKY,

capital: stuck fn-ni $1 lVi>,ni to $:,."". BEST FOR THE : skin di healed*pa-e.;, the Pilps sore.yield Cures to it all( ,I makes Arrives a trip Barrancas to Tort 11 51c1ee:1'1 a m.and and then then neat I I physicians u thi but foe Secretary --
1I1"i. T.i! is one of the largest ; tarns to Karrancas. and loJtVonr, Itoweli
hardware once. Beware of counterfeits. Hari i I Kidney Bladder trouble.1 I I mth Cucar
I j Leaves Barrancas .... ..... 1:15 ,
and n.achincry concerns in thDon't r gls' Pharmacy: John Sheppard, Sidney Leaves Fickcn9 .. .. .. ... .. 1:3 p, m. 'JUa I I teca nct 4 jartlp. cure constipation f ;
p m. .. C C tact
.
sr & drulr rats retLCC r
ftatc. BOWELS Kahu.: i\ Leaves Pensaeola ...... ... 4-t p. in.
j .1.1b" j Leaves Pickens:1:1: p.m. W. A. D'ALEMBERTE.
ADIISTKUOR'S
---- --- -- .....'. I Arrives Barraacas 5:..; p. m. and makes NOTICE.Kstate'bl.i. .
Paints
..
ffyo regular hea't&v movement of oils
glass and trip to McKee and i .
return. .
I Is every; day yoa'r .til or a U.: b*. keep rout Kimberly, dec. esiNote'rehygiven
Start Wrong.Don't j IfntphfatcoriLUj.po..is'pepan1bewelLI>i4ontj >Utierous.rc.Inthe.hapeof It *rrjtb Tio- builders' hardware at the : On Wednesdays and Saturdays the day of tbat OI '
start the with i eara" rrtmu? tins la\ lJl\lr I
summer a tertrrtwgoltee the "\I.-ea boat will leave Barrancas wIuapr'
dear and cioan u(o takeCANDY Willis Hardware CO.'s.CASTORIA via Pickem Honur.'rOhatct Judge' ?, K.:
Laurels .
lilt:erini cough or cold. We all for Pensacola at 6:30 p. m. county. J daJ oa dill''.ar".
know what a "summer cold" i K It's A aln edmin Eton ot all estate
I .
CATHARTIO The
the hardest kind to cure. Often it General French is for army JaTo&tII: WILLIAM: t
"hanp: on" through the entire season. purposes only and any outsider must 11 j Admin '
Take it in hand right now A have a pass from the quartermaster I I JL+ ?oo I : -
few doses of One Minute Cough Cure For Infants o take passage 01 her. M Award toI.W.HARPER,
e and Childrea > LOSE
DIRECTORY
will get you right. Sure cure for '

coughs, colds, croup, grip, bronchitis. Tbs Kind Yoa Have Always BoDgH I ,
all throat and lung trouble" Absolutely II STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE :| -
i
safe. Acts at once. Children Bears thaWater I' .KENTUCKY KNI&XS OF PYTHIAS.
like it. "OneIiuute -
Cure is the best cough medicine Cough I; i EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY 81gna.turi or ;'J :Between Fensacola and Milton Boat WHISKEY Pent Lodge. No. S, K. of P

ever used" says J. P. Bawles I t'!e...nt. P.T.tabl".Potent. T.!t.Rood Do Good : Kanu Daily Except Snodtf. ..... .:'
11 serer oicLen. Wnkea I every
.. >r brlpr. W !; and M eentf .on.'H
Groveton N. H. "I found .. r sot Write lit tree ate1W I''J
never | ample nlauiBT bw::.t <>p atS.uO at
else b".lrlL oldiese U coolers that do "CITY OF TAMPA. I : the Bloant -- w'atTa
anything that acted so safely mlUJil roirtiT, rviic Q.. SIT TOES. not 1 : third floor
and quickly." Hargis' Pharmacy] KEEP YOUR BLOOD waste: ice, at the Willis ]LT !Milton_8::3tem LvP"nsacol.,l:*/pm 4.mHt.; brethren cor4.:A'"7
John tfheppard, Sidney Kahn CLEAN Hardware ArPensacola.6::)iam Ar Milton. .SiJOpm. .

Co.'s. I I- Fare, "'Jci Roan:! triptlrl. I Soli ly Damlieisser Bros. I za M, C.urnE ,

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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY MAY 30 1902.




A Man of Craft I I II I TO LAUNCH NEW MAGAZINE.Will t



WILL( MAKE B, Devoted Gulf States.to Stories of the .


[Copyright. 150 by C. B. Lewis J .,
Montgomery Ala. 29. As
May an
AFFIDAVIT Edward Mint urn of Birmingham.Cndnnd. : '
outcome of the establishment of a department J
at eighteen resolved that he Jf
of in Alabama and
history
i would toil and play the hypocrite half ;f

Lease of Life for ar : a lifetime: to enjoy the other half. lie I Mississippi and the consequent Interest -
ew
in historical subjects the Gulf
secured a position in a bank. In a .
Iowa Postmaster. year ;;fc1; :ates' Historical Magazine is to be '

be had been twice promoted and had launched in this city on July 1. for infants and Children.

K II. Randall of Pun faim'the good will of the manager.F'urthcr .
I I have teen a preat i Thomas M. Owens director of the Ca..toria j is a harmless substitute for Cantor. OU, Part'urll' ,
promotion came slowly as history department of the Alabama It is Pleasant. It
!nJ! ->ion and rtault ;: {I Drops and .sootliinj Sjnips.
..11litiMK; : unable to or L 'I there were trusted employees ahead of state government is to be the editor. contains neither Opiiinu Morphine nor other :Nan-otic .

.e ''I relief. I rtso1vedtotr3 < him. but death came to make vacancies with Joel C. DuGose. now of Birmingham I-ub..tam't' It (le..troys AVonns and allays FeverL-lines-s. a aIt

-, .'t.-i.i Cure. Ikfore I bac anti help him along, and at the end often as associate editor and business cures! Diarrhu-a aud ",Viritl Lolic. It relieve Teething '.
tie Iknew I bad found !I I Trembles and cures Constipation. It regulates the .
t. scars lie was assistant cashier. manager. natural
looked for. After Stomach and Uowels, giving healthy and bleep.
i was?:: curL 1 of asoreness it'I I Minturn was given a two weeks' vacation The magazine i is consist of about The Children's Pauac'aTheIuther's Friend. "

when! made cashier. lie said 10<) pagis is to be irinttd on a fine
tut I hail l not Ix'en free
i quality of contain historical illustrations The Kind You Have Always Bough'Bears ij
ten j earI am later that be was going; to Rutland to pass paper

.r veir-s.: K'xlol Dy iiepsien ,, the time with a relative, but be lied e I I and be issued bimonthly.It of
the :
me a new lease of life'- about it. lie journeyed south to is to be devoted to the history lit- Signature

.'Tt-rin jervin will UM! Tewkc-Illlry. and between that town MOTHERS DO YOU KNOW I i eraturt and antiquities of the gulfstates

"p-.ia Cure, 1 believe, if it and Clielienhnm he put up at a roadside the many so-called, birth medicines and I I and those states whIch lie nextto
ih horn which the ,
.1 i '>rua< )
v-y will receive! i>erma- (inn under a false! name and claimed most remedies for wOmen in the treatmenlof :I, them geographically and historical j

be from London. Under the her delicate contain
Anyone wishing! can have to name organs, more 01 Iy.

ucnl astotheKenuinness/ of Clyde be bought:: n small farm and less opium morphine; and strychnine? I I I ,.

,,- uif this statement." installed uu old woman as housekeeper Do You Know that iu ino'-t countries HIGDON ACAIN MADE COLONEL. r -

u'liiul is the \oluntarja I and her brotlur who was an old man. dmxKifts are permitted to sell narcotIcs -I! In Use For Over 30 Years.

who has buffered without labeling them poisons? ... .... .. ..
,
man as manactr.Tor :: Do You Know that you should not Reinstated by Governor To Command .r co. -0ueN on ONV U"UT. NVWYQM C'V I!

"t wantlt1wr recel the long years Minturn came ta Third : -
-fin. Kdol I internally any medicine lor th Regiment.
of Iypeist and went and people grew used! to the pain accompanying pregnancy. I I Birmingham Ala.. May 1 _!).-The reinstatement I II
cao !stouiarLis
,,'> any the btntuach by di.; > si:'lit wf him and looked upon him as a Do You Know that ,"Mother's Friendis I of Colonel Higclon by thegovernor I II FEXSACOLAE. Tre i-- ,

resilient. No one doubted that te lived applied: externally only?
'. ".a t-at. The rel alonf I to the command:: of the ThirJ
I II
"0 health. Hut Kodol III London! and no one fjuestioned that Uo'uu celebrated Know that Mother's frienis I Alabama regiment: meets with universal -I Ii ON8ERVATORY[ I OF f MUSIC
a prescription and that it
,
'" also] contains' tonics! he was an insurance agent At the aiipioval hcie. where he baa Iivcdso : ,
has l been m Use o\cr forty jearand that i
; 1 b. organ and hasten Iollnli in Uirininpluiin; everything wentwell t-a..h Wile of the! genuine hears the I
; cameof long. Director!
You dun't' have tcI'.sjapsia mid the directors now and thencongratulated The I E. G'L CHAFFERS, :
P.M.lfield Regulator Co. ? i
: Cure will di. Colonel Ii i.don has been connected UJI7isey' *
:: I each other upon their Do know
you that when you use this I
t'-o. with the regiment continuously for 13;
it Helps children
niham-cnicnt cf the yours man to hispn remedy dv.rmjj the period of gestationthat (
: as private and Pi.uo.'oict> Culture. Violin.
h't'll, I ) Dyspepsia Cure ':M-nt; I';. titina.: One Monday mornin you will be free of pain and healhealth | ytarsonlmencing a Or Cornet :Mandolin PiPt-1 Aud tne Bet Liquors
i rising in regular order of promotion to J.1U.
-,' a thunderclap! came. The trusted ) heIrtnnll'lenr. childrenVcii ? j Cello of all kind'" >,served by
etc.
all Stomach. Troubles. c.i.-; .liier and {N.I.IHHJ were niia; !inj. He \ tit scthnivs: are worth knowing. j the rank of {Olund.I I Polite and Courteous ,

'. e r rWjrr&Cn.CiIcago.ttLS ', times the aOC.OM ) Ilt!. ,had I inMietl I I the bank nfll'f"t!jce hours Tky are facts. Of dmirs-M-i at I 'ri I't 1 be pt-r-iiaiK'1 I t> tra .sr.bstltutc.our i
S-itiird i I.i iv m;:!ii t and e/uiM-quently! bad a ) war trouble is at Baud and Elite Orehera I I
hifi-1 1. .k "Motherhood" free. ME&SURE liD
FULL
\fliMirt curt loM.irt.. Not until it was known that rest forever; that the new officers will
cough THE BRA3FIELD; : REGULATOR CO., Atlanta 03 Brass and Strir.g Music FiirsisfiEd .
t he li.id: ti!1.011 :l cab at tLeery! door of be loyal to the colonel: and the rC'I'I; 'I i FINE BOILIIT.-

: .a' 'wham's, made: for. rl.e! hai.u awl drixeu to the depot hav- ---.- i, ment will again! take first rank in ill Occasions. .

S' :: .1 bulky M'.tt'btl I witli him would am'sted af his faruhouse. He bad gone ciency in the state's service.. AddreEscambia Hotel. DANNHEISSER BROS.
S
: of the bank ieias! doubt his hon straight there wit1 the plunder every
-c In Legislature. n.y ( I I AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATEDI
dollar of which! recovered. To I studio: Parlors of Frt Baptist i
'.1.; >: 'I 1 ..,!: e-iy. !Indceti. they defended him when was Wan's Others to Know. \ Jhurch.These I I. W i. Harper Iisy.M .
his Ion be claimed to be .
.
S he had been ;;onc three days and even excuse :? stay -I have used DeWitt' Little I
". arh tli i iv.
< --n sr-jeNted::;; that be was the victim of a out of health, but his intentions were Early Ki..ers for constipation and II I : ain House-401 S. Palafox street.
.a:. MIIW li\vl 1>' !o-.s ( month all I R. R. Eichanue Union Depot.P. .
1 plot.! to wait for yet another and torpid liver and they are risjht. -Opp.

Tat t lo w. of Va m ou'-! However tl.e 'al.lr was the only then quietly I leave the country with the am glad to indore them for I think ]I II \ O. Box 281. Pt'nsaco1a"'Ia...

1.IiPr Unnsniiiir with boodle. The reward was justly divided i when we find a good thing we outfit i Phones 11(5-268.
wbo could have at the
innn : sot money tiny Capsules ..re superior --
i arid as it was niis''ins and he could young (uincy 111. They n..vpr 'I I ta Balsam of Copaiba, There's lots of money to be madeIn

,: .. ;Northt-rn railway not be heard of, the fat that be had betraytd constable. It was Minium himself gripe or distress., "Sure safe pills. : |CvtL tnd Injl'
:' un er in return called.hi j his( trust after twenty years oftntezrity who confessed that he had worked tOItWI'nU. Hariris'! Pharmacy John Sht'ppud5idneyKahn. j They cure in 48 hours the6ThC sign is usually a fin er.board to (

.. Thort-! long years with no other end
cur. was an was forced upon all. The police : : "& Ji' ''a*'* witloiit ajiyincoau'tti wealth. Thos. C. Watson &;
but a great robbery in view and thai : the Heal Estate firm ,
were s' t to work at once, and a : : (01 0 8Y tl t DRUGGISTS Co., leading
should h.-ue to 1 i i I offers which it wouldbe f
S their he come grief through i have some
I.inre:: reward was offered to incito CABTOr1..XA.

"rkd As Will Provided. zeal and there was hope that the rob- chance meeting with a kitchen maid : .4.arl th." The YOJ Have Asays! ftmeic, worth your while consider. Go i
borders the ridiculous! and and see them to-day, and don't wait i
l.i> :'Arcuniing; tc J i [ ber would be ovethauled.Vbin! two ou proves b'la'u": 'S #.,. # I Every Woman till to-morrow. I!
that luck in lie
runs
grooves.
queer i _ _
: his will. the body ol ; weeks had passed! the reward was in- I, \ Is lulerettctl and iliould know

I'. A': drews. of the su: I| created to {.-tIHJ. and at the end! of was ghen a sentence of twenty yearsIn abuut the wutulrrful NOTICE.I .
I prison and is now serving out the I MAR>[L Whirling Spray
four It"a. increased to f.10.000. but I
I"l f-RinateJ. It have been authorized to take
I
i last of It, while he reaped absolutely! NO LICK FOK HII S. : i'Ienew&.l..Ih.4.p.. Jij, .
,
JJiiiturn seemed to have vanished off -. I iuOisN. Iie5t--af- forui.
.11 ..i1! if the >ro\i I WM US sabscriptioue Jennings
| nothing from the great sum he gottemporary i Kids fnr buildinx a bridge cross Pine S. _,' ,,_ .t- ,t'-Moi-t Conv.-tiet. '
:. ..r.tinnvne lolZt r the fate of the earth. The c.ibman had of. r.arren I'reek nenr Wards mill will be roceived it(tu.,.I..ia.tij Bryan's paper, "The Commoner.
left him the but In what dire possession I the Board of '. The price ia $1.00 in ad
'. \\ t I't: J..4 la It: r j nt th'IM.t. M. Q L\D. hv ConnlComnlls'l. l.k;rarIf 4"101 r..ii. per year
sinners of K-cantbia; county. li "s"m'lllll'I'J! ILtl vance. Those desiring the
tion he traveled the closest inquiry : I papercan
S cations can he bad by applying to the clerk :* \ltltl., amtno 'f. .__, -,
it them
---- ; could! not certaln. {'otlJn..r3r<1 had The Mind Flalierle I of circuit court. All buU to be tiled with I II ,tlirr. 10111..1 ttain|'for 11lunrale1 '" have sent to by sending
Snow In A irondacl full charge; of case, assisted L'yflllml'II.It.S According to full ptnifuliir anJT tirHtif>'' ln t.::. J
'nol18t..r thnu 1. in.of June 'Hi. \ Ml l.lUnlel MlKXf to
N Y..May :9.noW' I \.lO.
private! .detectives but at the United: States fish commission Hv order Uoardof County ('omll\" lon'rs. : "
'. ..mhout the northern I the end of a month no one had turnedup there are about 'J!;;AK' ) men employedin I A. M.Mc.MlI.l.\N.: I Room fcc! Times Bldg., l'w.Yorlt., Care Daily >ewa.

<. >::iatks.! Th.- mercury : a clew. Then it was that a newspaper the shad! fisheries of the Atlantic i: nil."ioaw4- By Clerk B. K.Circuit Burton Court., 1>.C. t

;:::. lis ;iu:; a r\'!'anie of the CI'e fell! sea hoard of the United States. The
- --- THE GARDEN SECTIONC33T1
into the h.nuls of :Martha! \\'hitely. a Vlluof' the boats apparatus of capture I

'". .I"! catarrh in ttiK t-v- kitchemiini.l In n family in I.edbury etc.. exceeds ?: .OI.\ .ltl<: )>. and the .1
.
i'Dmitry than all\ others On the Saturday exenlns;; that the bank annual catch approximates( 15,000,000) irf.OO fr'

: :' -.-'tlir-r and until thpi bud been PiMied she! had been coming in number.! aued! at 3.UOIJ.OOJ. Awarded at Part) J

I i- % 'a- Mtpjio-Kl to he in- from a brhf visit to her sister at Red- IFenseicola Florida .j.ji

i ;i jrrrat many yir rUt h and had traveled to Kvesham: .

'inct'd it a Icpyi I dii .- Junction in a (olIiI: It mt-lit with a xmia isVhI.i A REVELATION.If i Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.
: will make will PNAIAROCHWINE
-i i I ilo.tll"c11 l I rennilieiMtly -, *.- actions and !'pe 'cli had Struck you inquiry it
: f.iilin to cure by be a revelation to :you bow many

1,: [>r"ii
('". has 'ruVHi cu- (liroivtnrman.. but be was unmistakably trouble in one form or another. ,I

..h.titnti"ua1 ti i-t.a-... an Iji-li-hni.Tii.: her tint si::'htof : If the patient is not beyond medical CORDIAL I S

'I 1IIil'f':' ('ou'itllti11<11 I III liim: >he was sure be was clean shaved aid. Foley's: Kidney Cure will Histitst nl Klood.recommendations Stomach troubles for and cure General of Poorness De : 40x137% feet at from $75 to $200 each, accord-

dl' Catarrh Cure, but I'h"a hardly !seated when he cure. It never di"al'point.V.. A.D'AI'mbertp.121 kili'v Incmscs the appetite, Mrcngthens ing to location and surroundings.

l-y F.J.l'hfiiey.. ap'K'ared with side whiskers and seemed :-;. Palafox street.Kou the nerves and builds up the enure sy tero.3't .
- -
I ;IIP only enn-titu- ,1 to be ten u ears older than before. rue Itrouot Good

tinmarket.. I It i il is She noticed that be held a .*i i \ our Kltln.r.: PARIS Exceptionally Neighborhood, Beautiful View, J
newspaperto
t l ly: ill do-es from It) T>r Ttobtis SpamjinPillscii! .all k"ney, I:1s S'im K. Fonyri'ra A <*0..5g.ni. High, Dry Fertile Lands. '
shield Ills face as much as pebble .
: ole fice Add'iilllll''I11"ds < hirap.or> V .. \.\.
-;> '!ifitl. It --- -
'.' "III"t' nlltla. evidently anxious not to be I

."', '|1.mid TIlt'.tf.'r mucous i.ne scanned too d,,!-,'I_'. I He bad with him Pocket cutler and scissors -I I The grandest opportunity for investment ever

i'"!l. any cae' itS f.tiN a bulky "a t tl1l'I. and Ly the time the I from the tin est to the I offered Pensacola. ':

i r Circulars a itI te>,- ; Junction was reached be was asleep or cheapest at the Willis'I It's a Mistake : .
i ,
-- feiirnins to te so. Home
Seekers Should See These Lots
J i I UKVEV & b., : Hardware Co.Everybody _
MarthaVhitcly! was a bright::: girlfir --
n ____ __ __
1' iledo, Ohio. one in her station and when she I S'I
ha* a right to a little I First-Class Western Beef Is
: 'I' !left the train !she had her mind m.de! piece of this earth hut they must: .A. "V".Clubbs 'II' I 1

IIi' that h fight for it. They must watch their Not 25 Cents a Pound. ii''

ts '-onunion Men. I I'U :t detective or a fugitive. She said chance to get it, and get it. Corner Garden and Alcaniz Streets.

."' Eleven non- : isoiiiin- to any one, however and theinridftit S Thos. C. Watson & Co. ,

.- :'t ht-re last night hid slipped; from her mind have ;ome particularly fine bargain 1 Look at our Prices :

'. \\ir j>ut to work when the article! in the p.iper recalled to oUer just now, and they invite Lntyear. Now; K.C. BRENT WM. H KNOWLhB.:! W. K. iiyntjit., J. H.: KEEBK.: : )

'I'-i-iry! (collier of A. it. Then she beliewd the stranger to vou to come and investigate same Extra Loin .. . lie to Ie M? I President vice President Cashier. ABS'I Cashier,

be n rie other than the defaulting cashier You will never regret having doufso. Round .. . . . l.> loc
the of strife-
places i' and she stated 'her suspicions to a Bri..ket and Chuck. Sc lc()

pump runners. This I Rib Riuat .. . . loc be
constable. The (iIicer:1s: : !supposed to i'
S.nation of Don-union S Ramp ... .... 15c 15? First National Bankor
I If a thick beaded man but be proved Buy a new garden hose
strict. It was learned
his wit on this: occasion! lie reasoned Considering/ quality, above priceeare
red to be reliable! from the Willis Hardware
than
11 pea that as the! fugitive had not been cheaper in any other city of
the coal thh size the "
in
it necessary country.Ve
beard of at any seaport or prominent Company. PENSACOLA. FLA.
do have to more for our
next week arrange for pay
inland town he must be In hiding In
i meat*, and have to charge more ij
of engineers fireman the country. He nlso figured that Min LIILHOTcIt .
than formerly, but it Nn't our fault
GUAM) lCUitSlOSToM'bileS.iturduy: ,
\\ ho: have signified! their j i turn would! not go far for fear of being and WP are selling as low a.. we possibly WM. H. KNOWLES. W. A BLOONT. F. C. BRENT, .V. K. HYF.R. Jj

: main at work but not I I noticed. Starting In at Hvesbfim can.
D. O. BRENT,
-trius.LINU Junction he drove south with horse !

and buggy:: and kept his eyes and ears PARLOR MARKET,


S '' i 1'11 IS) OA j jir be t disappeared looking!, for Phone 173.: .1 IIEP. S. 111 iV :Son; *. Irmi{ A ad mnti X nrjU 1 U! t n g11We I i

and whenever be made: inquiry: he described -
in the hotly:
in place:
Minturn as he ouulit to hare

i.u'lniieiit 'I'lli i: I Ii' i l looked without the whiskers It took : night June H, ; draw our own Bills of Exchange: on Great Britain, JreJattf

"i S. n. : teamster. rtiainmen.: and a I. ],: him just four days to do what fifty detectives in.leaving Returning the union train depot will at leave 10:30 Mobile p. WING HOP r & GO. : Germany, France, Austria, Italy, Holland, Bpain, Belgina; Rasala, Kr't I

'. :I" much -iiiftr fn m j f had failed to do In a month. at IL' o'clockund.t ni.;ht.Jim1 way, Sweden, Denmark! : and other European countries.
"
1--. !in -some form. h\- He found a farmer who scratched his IJ Fare for the round trip ------- 1 1

-. Cure ,trenctheiis. the Lead for a while and then replied! that 1.5ii; tiom Cantonment and Century : LrVeseeI'3 Disbursed upon the Moss! Favorable Terms, and thel _

i .'ire? all fi rmvfkk1!- the ciipJion! fitted a London land- .,sam a- 1'-smtetm1a. For further,: Importers and liealcrg In- I ObI1gaions Taken Payable at Port of J)egtmatlon Ten or Fifteen Data.

'l.l-r tIl-.....?... Jeo.. H. 0"UT named Clyde living only three urination apply to Chinese and Japanese ( after Vessel Arrives there.2Safety ,

n. >(iv'' ..u iutr. Linui and KOKT. KIXH or -
nil."< a war Tb1t:19 the clew.
vibration 1 Deposit Boxes for Rent in Connection
i -.tI. tnt l'ETEItTHUMAS.Excuriou :
W'.MI: four Lours the cashier hltllll'Cn Fancy Goods I
r ni-ei me a great de.lmv ; ,- -, M.i with which wo have & Pritra A partment for the Ut. i

\\ S kidneys and I Rentori,,
; like a Drown ng Man.'w' FINE CHINA TEAS,
'ri'il! 1 ned F >l ly";:

\v A. D'Alembtrte, /- > \ H.U< air'> a dNeae! ; the di)('- "tlTI"-":: is hertby gtten tUitt on lane 31 South Palafox St.
I I" I1.1: the ?1NA.ILA ELrcrRic TEK
i 1 ..r, ti'ic il'-d l; dyr' '-ia took uch hoi: MIS.vi. itn-WA) foMHAW will apply ii, Laundryofilce.: 1'ensacola, Fla. I
of tillI ( I ec uld !scarcely: ;:")." the uoxrruor of time State or Florida for Ift. [WE WILL FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE!

write Gen S.\ :Marsh well-known term patent amending it- ehartpr so tha.I _____ __ __ __ __ _ __ :
r. TOBACCO SPIT the tircond lirtlcUtberrof shall rraJ as follow
DON'T attorney of Xocmia, Tex. "I took I WriW t'>. and SMOKE; :
6 __! \ our Lifeaw81 quantities of pepsin and other mf dii '.:!-. : genf-rsl nature of the! 'bu'mes tobtrsn'avtfd <: REMOVAL NOTICE. _ '- uuit Ulnstnilrri 1,11I1111.itlalufcunlwcwliat rrtDiiuini .'. fr'READ our TIlE Pili UTTERS iiI and

"' cities but nothing! helped me. Asa sball be tLfttOciui'itlon.O'll'n.II'"shll' we re TI r eeii< be' w c*.I tit
[ any form of tol acco iism( i sod operation of a systpmof stre.tcurlmesln I I onrMiai l4. niirturapun '/ you.
.".S ..:. trunj;, mneriffic, fii'.lnf drowning man !grab* at a straw I the City of Pl'uacollalld vi"clinty 'Lm(.f al. .T ot >''''p ar,JK iY It I'.at*,tr* a ho thorv Hi... ,
y takms Ita.TO.BAC. grabbed at Kodol. I felt an improvement and of a line of railroad from a pom lOr.; G. H. Tuttle, \ I I I ortotit.fVr'icof nni<>,,t |>,if j,tlchc .,,-."' I
UK n.euroiiB.. :Many gia oflVnsaeola to the IVusacoliNBVV I r
at once and after a few "in the City .ot.-.tpmi. Ui'Iiittieh'srk. foa i ii.. HrunetfiB! I
..5 i v.avs. over 500,000 -: Yard to liirraaca and to a poiut o; Dr. J. G. Heard 4.htMwar.'sJvarp. kYPL I: ah' K I'axoCai. j
'S ttre fuaranlt'l'd. 1I4ol'\;' bottles am sound and well. Kodol "points ou the Gulf of Mexico, all in tin FL.h-ar.to1I'.r t.-gtifi ; r4f"t Tu
: "I K A>!.lre'" STKK1.INGk : i is the only preparation which exactly -County of Esi-ambm Klorlda. and the aequiiit !! tha4TitWhO.eiI5OoiV4boIPOf i'o ip
'- .. -IKO:: or New Yott. 437 ion.ownership and operation of sue I: we K.TO 6Pinv Oliiiirr .N'l-r I a
S te.rorlnces; the natur.il: die I DENTISTS. Uiyift-'lmt ttf'iuitfii 'ri.' iratHl: sit
"trllCU of lands, buildings and other property I jr. ''1 tful.fn..' a./A I. rfai. **. lWTMt. '
th- juices and consequently i U the of the directors I Bgitrroi, VT. .yc .;;
as may be, la the opinion te&kkig1t- :. ,
i Himuis 7 anti !> M.i oriic lei.i I am Ttrrmarh p'a4 Wu; mr o..hn.iml i-, .i: qj i a a
.
,
only one which digests auy good tenfflclal to the nJ railroad prop' I' pie. .: .rt i-HLilti: JIM: I' v K>- mIn'. 'I", ...
uate Your Its operation or for tnc making o I. IJIIT. C inai"A '>U '." K 7> a, J
> Bowels. -ertv for S
of Mi J.t
food and cures auy form stomach production illstritutloii All branches of Mircical. Operative and 1 Lt SEW J"rk. ..r..11..ar 5.-v ;r" 1l,
trouble. Hariris' immacy! JohnS protus tberefromand ll'l.'hanlcall.lt'lalstry performed with t cbuicaUklll. I I 24L..iVILI1. OHI' :Mi.'iu Inrtnmwm I t. If., ....
and sale of eK-ciric light! ani I Good.ror.ind .
ran he trained as well [ lnI.y. Mv ( .Iom.r. are a fwrea we al"w a "*nleri is.
Sheppard:: Sidney Kahn. "pow*r in Escambla l'nuuty.olort a. ac.,.i ..-r. .,..i.
., .
or your 1'rain. Cas-: u_ ---- -- ..IheacqUtSttton.O'0erShiPand use of al I> spt-clal Attention given to Children'sTI'.lh.hOld I T, cha"mpIM'eM",. ":'i .endmn.jir..r tr >' \\e allow jf"'i ? iU).' '"". i WIIi'
cropertv. real and per.onal, which may bi' aud forceaia FIUlu!;.. CrO'lDBud I I mandolio.ID fey *'i)1. tiu more than p..t *!'fi the l>> 'Hivt-r tig"la ind ... ><4 y.ujI
( athartic tr:1 notr O.A.SwrCl ,XA. "-necrs-aryor eipcdient (tnerefor and fbi; Bridge Work. I Mn. AU.NEs U1TCU1SOS.'uioary Urforo pnymg ua. l>..' drt.y.ISALVONA .

'.. :.t. Genuine tailets I Kr1 'ml Msaus IIoJi "doing of all lawful acts reqniMt? for el [
; aue SOAP CO. cr. 12th & Ping St&
3e&ra the "leeting the ftfor*!> >; .. Best :Material; Competent EquIPIDEut.I ST. LOUIS MO.I .
( C. Never sold in : "O a"JvvuJ1pt ( RTH,-, ,
3ga If-.I-- .
No.
l'rt'hld nt.t Telephone O78.
ists.. IDC. i of :nmoa4w __t
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA FRIDAY, MAY 30 1902

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{ 1: A RECEPTION FACETHUMOURS "The A most Tro.ble.o.s.troublesome Trio.member of I .: $1.95 LADIES' ALL PATENT CALF COLONIAL OXFORD $1.95 :

my dock" said the parson, "is a young;
1
fSiITEViil woman who wants a husband:

TENDERED TO.F.T.MYERS "My most troublesome client: ," said ; FOR FAR !

t the lawyer "is u middle aged; woman : Feet Furnishers for Caw Ody. .

AND PEHSO ALS who wants a divorce." :
|W _, "The most troublesome patient 1 ; TWO TW

{ have," said the physician, "is a spiustei
who doesn't know i HERE'S A i
SHsasasasHSEsasHSHSHsasHi or uncertain age DAYS .. DAr

H. I). Blake of Miltou. U i in the --- what she wants.-Chicago sews +0 .S

city today. The Union Democratic Hub's, The Part lie PUjed.Mr. ; ONLY! 4 WONDER'! iONLI/ :

Hoi. Fred T. Myers left this headquarter* on West Zarrazo-a: Stalate-So your sister keeps you : I

inurnin for Marianna. street was the scene cf quite a ron,- well supplied with pocket money, doe i I .C
she? .'
F. C. Hecker and A. K. Hinman of ing reception last right; for a few Tommy-"s. + t "!.,\ "? 1

Century, are among the guests at'' hour, the honor bein;; accorded to Stalate-I I presume you have to render : A L.\DIE ALL PATENT CALF CULO 1I

the Merchant*. I IMr Hon. Fred T. Myers, conres..ioualClndiJate. !Bottle litth- t''lui\'a It'llt? : I VIAL OXI'OHB. WITH LARGE i
i\awni)2)-Oli. yep; I bavt
*. J. E. Campbell and son ofMobile : &+ : to 1'iiiiniy cuine in and yawn when \i i itors areslayiu 2 $1.95 GILT BUCKLE AND LOUN $1. t5 :
'
: are in the/ city on a visit of & W>Q too latl" XI111:1:1... i
The once dingy house was tran-
several week: *. \s- %FlSPimples : FOR FDA :
formed into somewhat of a scene of I
I sefev 1:1pen.e.
(;. F. Fletcher of the S. A. L. Railway I ..FOR.. 1
beauty by tri-colored dec"ratiuuat Blackheads, DrJj: ClerU-\\ ,lull'1 luppt to hat .

i* u'lin in the city in the inter- new seats and a large number e..f Oily Skin the ihuuattnd: in this \pre! -rriptiot: :. : TWO ;: 1Wu ;:

t-t (.f his road. Red, Rough, but we hate r>. just as p aAl.l 1

:Mis-LueyGereld* of New Deca-I, pendant light The crowd collectdsoon Prevented byMILLION'S < '\I"'llIlIlI'r-1 MipiKi-e tli.it's all right i $ 1.95 I
2 DAYS DAYS
: after the band bean t< play but what a f'-ul 1 tato pay the d- c
visit toitr
tur, -\1. is in the city on a
toi .>;: for that prfsiTlptwn: That'swl..tt I .
brother. James T. UerelJV. first on Palafox, tleu ltd tK: 1"1'1.
: bothers iue.-14oston Transcript i ...PAIR... I
ONLY I ONLY :
\ H. Earle, J.H. Keckell and to the hall. (utlcurau .

Ilobt. Baker of Hdlevill", Ont., were As soon as a semblance orderwa The Hratoub)'. : Wt ehati't tell you t.etr real wClrtb. If", :
"The baby at jour house is awfully'
auions the arrival at Merchants: : retored. James R. Lanina. a i did, you wou'd then indeed WOXDEn how we :
small for its age. # c.!1 :.
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la-t night. tile requ.t uf PresiJ..ttt111.. SIM- SOAP "Yes. but my mistress Insists on : can sell them at the above price, Bl"l' 1'(11: :

Hon. Jarae* E. Hroome of (Juincy nott, with a superfluity of wadybouquet 1. bringing it up on condensed\ m :k.- : T\\'O By O I.,- : :

oanJid ate for secretary of state, i- introduced. Myers- Meggendorfers Blatter. 1"1.- ..
E.. $ L95 ::; .
i.f-re today min lillri with the "the next eongiesrmau." OF PEOPLE rsc Cmrnu \\OVI: FOI.IiO\\ .\U'lnI'TII ..

cambia county voter*. BOAP,a.-tt.tlby THRAll>TME: .,i it PAYING FOIl IT.

The Misses: Iloaco arrived home elatl'rIYH'; was tratuitcu- to I'rt'.rnLg.l'utlf;-,and beautifying the In a recent article a prominent FOR I iI/
tho-e responsible for the sratLenn; skin, for cleansing: the scalp of crusts, physician -ays. "It i* next to impossible i MEYER SHOE GO.
the afternoon tram vf
yt-sterdiyon 6calr", and dandruff, and the stopping >
hi
for the to
physician get patients
after nine month of profitable and and wa- gratified to appear in 1'tti- faUn lair; for ofteiun whiteuiiu,anlBKjtU to carry out any pre-cnbed TWO 1Wii ;

diligent! study at the Ann* Scott: acola: before an audience made up baby :Milie HJ; ref,,itching rough, and, and sore cltat hands u;-, and for course of hygiene or diet to the : Fie Furnisher for Cash Oy! :

In-mute at Decatur Ui. At the for the most part of union men. He for all the |>uriMiM!*of tie toilet: ,bath,audnUN'n smallest extent ; he has but one resort DAYS DAYS
left. namely, the drug treat-
commencement exercise*, held on held pleasant recollection and aociatiou Millions (.Women use CrriCCK ment." When medicines are used S 102 South Palafox Street. :
May :>th in the in..tituttrlapel, \ S.tr in the f.TIU of baths for annoying for chronic the most, .
of this city hiformer: relatives irritano'i, iiirtauiuutions,and emoriation constipation :
ONLY I ONLY
they were awarded certificate of mild and gentle obtainable such a* :
re-iied here in the ; 'r too fr"eor otf"ni\'e Iot'r'riution, Liver .
di-tmction in their studies. Miss having Chamberlain's Stomach and
iu the f"rm..f washes for uliemtixeweakEf .
Ada received the highest mark for l long rand fat sanative jmrpose Tablets should be employed. Theiruse ;
ago. many i is not followed by constipation : $1.95 LADIES'ALL PATENT CALF COLONIAL OXFORD $1.95

the entire scholastic yeir in mu.ic.We He said he had on several occasions Treatment for Humours $1. leave the bowels m a natural .
as they
rejoice in their stfe return to Complete and healthy condition. For sale NNN/NN.NI.NNN.......N.1.NNNriN...1.....
done service for cambia Con-il-tln.'of:: Crrn rB\,.)'1'(21( ('.),m c1elnoe:
home and friend and that they the Ua uf cru-i' and hale-,and i-often the by all druggists: and medicine deal
county's:: son. He supported and thickened. outn-Ie. nTJll'KfllSrlE:>l' ers.
come crowned with such high; ,. -hinlniammttln,
(Ji- ,t. In-tantIvallavn' :: LAW DEPARTMENTOF
honor-. admired s5. R. Mallory: for the past: an.l Irr tatiou,an.1.....ihe 1\1I.11eal;and 11 TlCTKI .
Ui''>utr: rILL, (.('.), to owl ant Six Million Boxes a Year.In .
2G years, or since he tad: heard him cin-e! tie! 1,1..1. \ SlNuLk: Sn U often -
gu1lcot to cure the severe.tca-e. 1893, none; in 1930: : 6,000,000: :
PENSAGOLA PEOPLE make his uuiden etf.>rt in the ('rTlfTR\ RF"'LVF'T IILL (Ch'wolAtdCiit boxes; that's Cascarets: Candy Cathartic's
'.U are a new,to.itt>Ieoili>url-...ern.non'iaUulxtitutefur John B. Stetson UniversityDo
tjuiucy Fla.: convention at which the celebrated li<|iuil jump into popularity. The
Cnn K\ KM.-L\E>T,W do.e-,price,2e.sage have cast their verdict. Best .
people X.uu.1d. 'taiicin..JOHN
time he 'the speaker propheiedthe
.
ftw+oiit tho wor i Brimh rup"I.!.
FIGURE IN AN
,. medicine for the bowels in the world.
Cbt'trT1' uteLOBIAB trench L*pot Rued. a
,
I) Pr".lltenfI.rUI
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senator's: pre-ent distinction.: rn l'.--u P'lii Dato.yu C.KIt. Cute, sOS FOHKES. Ph. T. "\HH\II.II. B ''
tropic BoiUn.L.s.A. All druggists, ice.
Fall 'IVrni (111111\11'111'1' AViMliifMliOitt 1u>r I. l o-:
ATLANTA TRAGEDY His succes-ive honor* were supported - --- '
You never heard of any one nin? Two \EAR.V, lOl'R' -TliM Law li partmc.c of Jji:. -tr. -
by Mr. Myer*, several times Foley' Honey and Tar and not be- at\\o-\ear.' course. leading to the degree of LI. B ,
-- WEEKLY SHOOT UKJKKK AUMIlss TO THE: B.\K-Thr diploma of t'I aw l>-parimwt't'ia "'
tied.t'. A. D'Alemberte
-eeiag: him ;zodown in deft-at. me sati= >- nivrr-uy admiu to the Kar

Morn (enbhtt: 17 old, dene 121 :S. Palafox street. IrRTHF.RIiF'1RNATftN- Law Xcnnurvwct oJl--.: an.t,
yetis Mr. Myers :aid: Le had also I'epartiiieQt.ald-e-
sireairitormattonregardrottheLaw
white. killed a negro;: named Tom good service to another K-cair.b.i: : DIXIE GUN GLUB The finest line of terlin:' silver ALliEUT J. FAHRAH. Dean ..f L' w Departm'De: .

odds and silver novelties i* to be Lai( f
Nichol in Atlanti, G t., s"v- county gentleman; -Hots.. .\. E. :'Max: -- ; .
found at J. I. Mephens' Prices ti-
eral d ly- ,.ince. but the coroner In* well. LPOH threw !l.trolid please all. .
county Ti t weeklyt., tot of t:.a Dxie:
<\\J'J\ (\ (\ (\ fIJ.tS( ( C'
vindicated thp youn; nun and he i* Maxwell when tLe Litter
vote O Judge '
; Gun club :at tIP! Kurfruu'i parktrapsyerteiUay
IIIII rllll'III'lllllf
( HIV NO11'E&.
now free. : was :a candidate for the supreme ufterr.ooii wa quite --.- --- ------ --

Youn (; blatt in lii fitli- NEITHER th"! captaIn. ..ants -
; ree:: wi< cou't bench.
interesting J. M. Muldou; won the nor consignee of thr
a
er'store at a time when the n(gro Mr. touched que-tion Spanish ** Madnleno beresponsible -
Myers upon : b\J.re: : on 4'5 out of W blue rock* andMuldon's for debts contracted '
ent"r?d. Nichot.; siw tint the by the crew of said vessel. 11(
youucman of national importance, difavoringthe team won over Forbes'team 1DELI ZAHItAf.t.v' .
\ L \\- ttlch.t 'o 4
alone, Captain.Constgnees. ,
was grabbed an arm.
up buiaear.d favoring
Philippine by a score of Ill, to 1"?. i' muNKITHEKtaeciptai"

ful of clothing and ran. He would the combination of trust when '
The individual core* at 50 blue owncr- ,4 BARGAINS S"

Hot heed Jretnblatt'i cue* to tor, don in a legitimate manner. He rocks were: a steam-hip nor tonsi
and the latter fired one time, death favored government by injunction, IJ. Forbe5..t: for debts contracted -
> by the crew of said( nhel --
being instantaneous from a bullet but thought ome statuatory enactment J. M. Muldon.... .... .... .... ....i>1Y. J. I.IEU:. .
\V ::!. KEV-FI: Co.. fnptam.
wound in the ueck.Nepruc should! be made to limit the J..iJ.1l..... .... .. .. ... .. .... ....41 l.on'iIDt': .... :"+mit

thu abut and W. K. Robinson...... .... ......4i: ..
gathtrel :
; courts limits and
.. powers. Geo. W. Turton..... .. .. .... .....41teo. TORT BARRANCAS. FLA.. May ..
tried to d.> mi-chief to the boy, butT : lyc2.weaiec|
He favored the combination of ( T. Morgan: ... .... .. .. ......37F. proposalin
triplicate will he received until 11 :,,;n
-10 timely arrival of police prevent- workiugmen, in order that the encroachment E. Braw tier.... .... .... .... .....32 a. m. June Is. If
I anything of the km,J. of tru-t would le F. It Pou...... .. .. .... .... ....41Jno. plumbing and electric wiring -et Officer

The boy who did the hooting ii a militated to some degree. He said A. )[erritt.... ..... ..... ....S." *' f Quarter here. U. :S. -erve- i

Cha Kupfrian..... .... .. ... .. .4iAt right to reject or accept any IT all (
brother to E. Oreenblatt, who lure* ,should he be :sent to congrethe proposals or any part thereof. Information -
iJBinlH.Forbe : furnished -
on application.
on Florida Blanca street. He willb. cause: of organized labor would be .
.... .. .. .... .. .. .... ..13 Envelopes containing pr poal
.- in IVnicola! few d, should bp marked "ProposaU
in a for
ty' as ;safe in hi* hands a* in any other. Muldon .... .... ... ..... .... .... ..1; Con=truetlon" addre-fd W E ..

Nich! 'l- "'.I. wanted h,-rr by bath The senator: closed by speaking of Vidal .. .. .. ..... .... ... .. .. .. .nKobmson COLE. Q. M. a m4t-162t; o-.VT-o 11I

p 'lie- ::1.1: -1 t'n!!. H>. ran away ins candidacy, saying; the thing had .... .. .. .. .... .. .... .. ...jg _

fr-'in !11-r' t ..v..i-l..rr t.-.t dId pun now narrowed down to a matter of Turton ..... ...... ... .... ...... .. ..It) .-..... \ rt (', d nn 1\ artR pert P 7''tlllllrlllr' ft

1-:1Dlt'nt.: Morgan; : .. .. .. .. .. .. ..... .... .u "
personal choice under the primary ?
Bra wner .. ... ...... .... .... ... i J

rules. :Merritt ... .. .. ... .... .. .. ...... ...I i;!
DECORATING CRAVES Other speakers were Janie* R. L L. FRIEDMAN & OO.ft.

Liudrum. II. L. McDinielof Milton. Btrtl.Forbes. NiCKS
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OF DEAD SOLDIERS Cha! *. M. Co-ton, Mead Wilson, Bee :Muldon .. .. .... .. ...... .... ... .... u: .

Birkley and John Hum Ed.Pooley Vidal .... .... .. .. .. .... .... .... f
--- a1
wa* heard from alo. Robinson............... ... .... .... ?

Today May ;;">, ithe National I]I I Turton ..... ... ... .... .. .. .... .... t
Then the band' played, the memo wimDAILY R tV-wRACKET STORE. GJ : '
Memorial Day and :a* the genera1 1 II I :Morsin; ... .. .. .... .. ... ..... .. .. 1 !

custom< the local (J. A. R. post hav: k ber-hip roll was opened, the chowder You.. .. ...... ...... ...... .... ...... j D: 5m \ .

served and the meeting came to At'.3 Bird..
undertaken the loving task of plif'in

a cloe. Forbes .... ...... .... .... .... ... ....21;
; dowers on the Drives of Uniot! I __ ____ 1I .
Muldon.... .... ... .... ...... .. .. ..21 MENUS

and Confederate soldieralike,. Pimplf*, blotches and all auger Vidal ..... .... .... .. ... .... .. .. ...21|l M 'vYvWJvY}
lying side by .-id" in the Barranca-I i -pring troubles are cured by Hood's Robin-on.:: Comprise all the Up-to-

national: cemtery. arS11'.lCiI11-th. most elective of Turton..... ...... ...... ... ... .... ..2]1 Date Dishes the Markets .

The d. A. R. servIee4 were held I I :all! spring medicine. :Morgan. .. .. ...... ...... .. ... ....%' of the World Hall's1Transfer. !I -. -- .

thi afternoon, the PeuacoU repreDentation Brawner... .. ...... .. .. ......: .....1: Afford. Paxson & I I II

: FURNITURE FOR SOUTH AFRICAn P- u .. .. .. .... .... .... .... ..... ... li II I

leaving on the 1 p. m Merritt ...... ..... ...... ..... .....21]1 I,

tram and conducting the services i I Kupfrian .... .. .... .. .. ..... ......2; .0
Fourteen solid car loads of furni Ladies' Private
accordance with a program printer I In the team shoot the -.0,
following
ture arrived here yesterday, from St.
in THE NEWS yesterday. scores were made. Dining Parlor.*
Louis to be shipped to South Africa SPECIAl. ATTENTION
This the Lincoln
morning Literary
1l"LDOX'TEA: )!.
on the steamer: Vermont: which is GIVEN TO
Musical Society, a society compose 1 I u ld.)n....... ...... ..... ........ 2{;

of colored people, left for the came. now loading at Commandanciawharf. 2: Regular Dinner Daily. Baggage and Hauling.

tery on the 10 o'clock train and :L i ____ Morgan ... .. .... ..... ..... .... 2:3

Pou...... ............ ... ... ........ i!!9 -
memorial service was held today. "My Doctor" Machinery, Hate! Pianos and
Family Turton.... ... .... ...... .. .... ...... :I Short Orders Promptly ,
Furniture Moved
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Blue Island. Ill.. Jan. 14, I.H.J!. 2Hi Promptly at
WANDERER TOOK )Iesw;. ELY BKOS.:-I have Used 0 Pilled. Night or Day. Short Notice; also Conduct....

your Cream Balm in family for
my FORBES TEA r.

138,000 BUSHEL!S I I family nine years doctor and for it colds baa in become the head.I nsy. Forbes.... ..... .... .. .. .... .... .... 2{ If It'! Something Goo l to Eat rIItMT.CL.Livery ..\. Wash Day

use it freely on my children. It is Vidal ..... .... .... .. ......, ... .. 2 1 JOQ WLilt.you11 foil It 110' Feed and

The British steamer Wanderer, a Godsend to children as they are Kupfrian .... ...... .... .. .... .... % Nick Apostle's With a Gas Range-*

troubled more or less. Brawner.... ..... .... .... ..... .. K! is no longer a blue M>'- .J.e:
Hunter, which arrived I 1 Yours Sale
Captain Judge for respectfully, J. KIM BALL. Merritt .. .. ...... ... ..... .... .. 21It i Popular Restaurant. Stables. with it's: heat and steam and kl'Jr-i j
Wednesday from New Orleans, yourself. A trial size
1 can: be had for the small sum of lu annoyances.! Those houseker; r-

cleared yesur Jay for Liverpool via l' cent. Supplied by druggists i or Corner Zarrigoua and: Jtffmon Streets. who value a good servant can u; .It..

New Orleans with 1 1.,00:). bushels ol f, mailed by Ely Brother 66 WarrenSt. "I NeTer Knew Pain Killer to Fail J JIH'I'> Opposite PUia. j A Telephone 251. the work lighter with a Gas R>' :'
., New York. Full size 50 cent. J/ll ) U11UbI
wheat in bulk. 8he will finish hei before, what caa the matter be' as it saves! time and labor a* w*'.' i-
Where is the bottle? There, ][ HARRY fuel. Its facilities for all kind- '
CONCERT AND DANCE AT HALU1ARK. !
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cargo: at New Oileans. The Wan thought; it Is not Perry Davis wish the lied
MAGNOLIA BLUFF POSTPONED Painkiller at all, but If you very cooking are infinitely superior : '
derer's car o wa5 nlaed at ii110.1+iO something th ; )tanager Transfer Dellartm nt.
------ UNTIL FRIDAY NIGHT ON druzi-t must have made bim6elland :i. ice cream freezer at the very coal ranges or stores.PeDsacola .
ACCOUNT OF CLOSING EXERCISES I did not notice it; I have use 1 lowest price the Willis Plant
a spring garden.
I will repair your watches and I Painkiller for for diarrhoea ..
years
Jewelry in flm-cla-sa style. J. J OF THE PUBLIC SCHOOLAT cramps and stomach aches and il i t Hardware Co. can please The Willis Hardware Co. Gas CO.

:; t3tephens.ti THE OPERA HOUSE. never failed." \ I ,,
' you. can sell you the tools cheap. J I FU
{ No. 3 S. Pilifox St., Peimcoli,

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