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-q *SO9the combinaton
im'eiOu of AteSeran have
i the aDiidplsht of In vain.. CGD3A )f. atepS1
sa- Ies, dbh han litf nones
Stakhovich thA mmrsa liO was
wito t a rsto v o srome of than I.
Ih e lr lSet oy h o m e ati t e
S ai. taekhOoie , the mtI hal of the
oblitY forll the province of Orel,
whose speech in favor of freedom of
e . o n enfe at n created surh 1
se stio and who in spite of all opPal I ak
Mishthe marh atl of the
,stion of the reactionary party and
t the church was re-elected for another
term by an overwhelming majority,
bhas now been confirmed in his post by
S.the czar. e.
dls e havig e ry oaLesl oy1
T1So Curdngl - CO" d" * ".
1 - Ieft noticed it by b"n
tIn 1901 S itterlat issu ed 2e.772 ule r aond aving r p a gU!L4", o
*permits to commercial travelers, scanty rg astruatIoh; e h d adtco* tm' o
against 24.087 in 1900; 2.290 of the gedneirlhealt fele; 1 o ld at.-____0. l
in the groi
"i adhv sre with our famialy
nme from this source was 327,"98 "el 1 withoi mO
nca (3,263.47). ieo ntWho "l'esl he .se. i
A s d th anko lthe nem q ¶
' C-atarh r ut- - ll
'aken "tatrnal Price 75b a better, lld it gradually bu ilt
until in four 2strnthc I was ouree
* 5agn1etitm9 when the Turkish. sultan is nearlya IL ta4 ago s
y`brivatethtDu, 8 Iniana.S 3248
he'h¢tfla 1n to the comedian.an oThi- ll.SdiOO a f ' &t' a ve. t-eto .
1 l rtM co 'of hi b w "" e. The ml.U8 oM ty p thS
8tiijoi f eYortt the Tr w.-tl,, p--rof is ebndU
pocp s bl e et, of cOurse, sad ydf' = nla
, thittey i-ah'fie , invre tiar jor+ sae
_, : t t - , mena,+° lv.,.a- .
,y e&veid with great lugh ter. oeg lwn,6 .
ogny> i }'.M Sre- of,
:"orrete'ti n-of the m-i mi'
if &t t of qrieer, the aa
.... r ImproPl'0- rirr
. ' -ehwill prevent tric-.
,. 9 P. e 1nm,ºttiitip. , Qyspeotaa an
" A1e. l druggists.
1t4O -M ,ki e+t hbare come
t the " co espi W district *hich
Pt of Navy, re'
sr. .- y . .,It is ot e
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t=--fi .fe:d to .th ,, .
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ide h* o v
Right Now is the Time to Bum
)ur Nillin and You Had
Better Be Quick About Ht.
d teThe Southern Oil Co's No. 3 well came in a gusher, which proves Without a doubt that there is oil in
oo E that indications in Town n, R 5, are as good as you can find. So
ex good paying propositions to oanerd Oil and Natural Gas have leen foun,
Welsh eld in the near future. Nw is the time toinvest. We have land in any quanity from five acres
John KeNNAN MISSINr I Ia. At. -
SNNAN MISSING Low. After a sight-seeing expedition
S RCTIO MOT they went board the aulois where
PRE. Ehens of N eception by the citYork.
SAttempted to Clmb the Great Volcano
ea - _. Since. i
and Hai. NoBeesn f GOV RNOR IIARD
e M , New York, y 28-A Fort de France AMEE U VENTRESS
l,, . to one of the afternoon papers AMEN-- E
.tes that tgreat explorer and trav- Which W ta it Possile for the
ok, Georea V"l s missing and Governor to S .eed e
tae the generl belief exists at that Himself.
Adare that he perished in the last ex.
0oaln of Mont Pelee It ~is also fear Baton Rouge, ay 28Governor Heard
SRobert Hill, the United states Yesterday adminstered a death blow to
ologist, may be a v the Ventre cnsttut a ment
. e interior d her f . e t proposes t repeal the clause in the
s r a"t intaimpo ofi the oi d eonstitution rohibiting the hovernor
determined to e limb t the eu ed himself. The governor
of a mtoPs itself. fteBe was I A1 intsow on that no wiser
Sof the darterd stated a l p s ntained
fe t re tat he was ta nt the new constitution than that which
S a and, but could not " Imits the guoberna sa esihat woIn b
Slife in hv hup b but oerksue or b
de nave U prd.ede ege- P ..O.Ui poad to is repeal.,
laveng the sond to sol
s5t uptio of Mont Pelee took l sved itsnow part al
d word has been heard from tion ont gar u of the obt
H - i we . d r five days over tate to the andi Judge Blanc
Sa deane s nd it is toug rd for governor, it be withdrwn
that if he were alive he would at least by M. Ventres.
-- ' ie me word as to his where. The senate passed the Leopold bill es
r be Impossible the Plaquemine bank levee
S thewon(¶oii Of the coun •as the
nr Im of the rop auntsry and the1 The hou passed the Percy bill to S
hoe tot Kheseaxh
Swhereaous.te a lve s tar1 oommision. men
Mam for "rchbsho Cut Cable Ratesl orge
p Carr " The Postal Telegraph aCompany an rii
Bome, Myy 8.--A most imposing !e. nouno.s cuts on cable rates as follows: tural
S9uei - mass for the late -AFhbishop ar ji Islands, Soova, via Azores East. sugai
thper word; New C ledorei viga azores Vagien
, A "P Mass, of Covin ýtn By.,offciathe Easte Cor vi aledonia via A .... •
ý., Ped -- ..b., owoiated. odn or vf a Indo. ninety cents per He
ndd e. I from London, Ntw Zealand, via meet
SThe chambeau Mission. res astern or via Indo eighty.tw prodlt
Y- -o r ady G e Rochambea Island, viauh or via Indo, seventy. Pros
S. ioon today visited Grants' tomb and eight cents per word from Londeen . P
pon n .g to the city were given Patronize nd te
yMaor the Jov1 and pa
tr its e
UP TO VYSOu
We have the land to sell. the new
We can sell your land quick. ation o.
And we make a specialty of o Pono
,r,011 and Rice Lands _ _.
S, Rieto romo
a We are at Your service N(
an at Write us, wire us
sCome and seeus. CAPITdA
E. FRO WSOhN& CO., o hio
jby 0 Washingtc
the Westlake-Lake Ch C7 by th,
SH. Wehrt thisas been dis
. ficieng is full
was the sole hi"means fire
down to hinm am now located at my photo gallery, up est-irsin nthe r
America. My lineoo airin te new Millermouns te ibepa s
darantee lon are e anytg in the Picture line Superintend
E. have .Call and see me.a of the latest styles. All work Ouerofficia I
H. E w have pictures tooias
;e Implemenrge,. I can save yo igation of th
maeywon olorand have decict
tor a .i . proved pattern
d F r
the at other sta
)touahy is ea jP `' have to lav doen
iimw~on, preelddýthe latterpersis
ile and Develop m ..s * vi? curios. Even
arthe ý" ýý4 farming, a grez
ely tonsin the *t 44fieulturalsts
nee Development soc u i gone to 1
ull oessful in o4Iy t gone. t
oHe u titad a ine gshe eo. s stock. Anotle r aew o
and a fine gushY'\ ot c4, ý vo e inott
Selsh field, they ot°ýot tril.a
i tjer, and it is gene 4 of a profit.. .v
ble perts that we have oil .e e youngen of he
-- 'l't H o u s t o n h se e n ao t ~t p o w e r t o d o s o m e t h i n g a n d t h e y o s
osn"n When ithis thB~g going to stop? it. If more and better ndas Quecn
o teaiHer old yhmem will soon be seeing visions wanted, and they are needed, . T'ci tF
s an ad s " cntre" the M[ag fo- powerthat gives men nid c
Jour- selves and in their capacity o t
i lish results, and we will havy w watr
,dn tr e t iand an d at low ,l,
iu-tryst Tnly e''gland hwent
;ngad dream all t s sivo is to pr .
t evid o .y , feels "a*
e (aulors where P PUW e vaa,
ption by the cit-S when ,si ,I
8 VENTRESS Was 'Read Before the Cuban Senate
NT. This Morning.
Posble for the Jewe
I 1S1 /G1r E1EO1RI61iG DOUIlENT day y
Governor Heard NOTE:...Store will cl
death blow to
al amdment Urrge the PIopIle of the Islerg
e clause in the to Do All mis a-r Power for
the governor Rpuablic's Welfare
1 ctained avana, May 28.-President Pal
n that which ma's .eesa
cacession, and b sage was read before the Cu.
to its repeal. ban senate to-day. It opened by giv
ow partiall g thanks to thelmighty for hi.
.a up opposi- assistance in carr g B e
lters of the sistae in arrying out the work of
edge Blanch. obtaining Cuban independence, and
e withdrawn asked divine aid in establishing a firm
pold bill i- and stable government.
bank levee President Palma spoke of the hard
fight the Cubans had had in their
ercy bill to struggle for independence and r theom
ommisson. mended the encouragemene of all agr
riultua industries of the island. He
urged the frmersato commence cattle a
mpany an. raising, the establishment of eagrin! a
as follows: tural 'dustry stations, improving the
cores Est. sugar and toboeo interests pand the in
eight ent trodtion of other prodcts into the
via Azores various states.
cents per He stated that it was impossible to
land, meet the crisis i the propose re o a
ighty-two roty bill no, ending before the
i Norfolk United States congressnding before the
seventy- President Pal ongress was passed.
ev esidentalma declares that it is
on. the purpose of the government tode
vote especial attention to education, 200 BORS SURREN
and Particularly to the primary de
Partments, at the present time. ary de
praised the United States government ITCENER TO BE APPOI
for its interention for an edational TA GENERAL
S system that they have already estab
lished. President Palma states t
the new government should encourage And Will Not Take CI
ilroad ad begs for a concerted British Armsty
action on the part of the inhabitants India.lid
of the island to do all in their ants Powerndia.
to promote the new republi's el- me
fa today to the war oefie
fLondon, May 28.- e A
NOT FIR PROOF hundred Bers have La.
VR O Fr ankfort, Orange Rive
a news agency this
CAPITAL BO IG T WASIN. Kitchener will becom
TON T0 BE OVERHAULED. of the British beome,
And Thoroughl Previously stated. ... r,
SLat Im rovequipped Wightin t he To Control Rice
* Latest Improved Fre-Fi . thet
Apparatus. g control ice
-------The following i from the Balti
.0 WRashington,May 28 The n Md. hews of May 1gi he Baltm
capitol, which is the largest building he
owned b the di chine ompanies of the Unitea ha
by the United States rnment complted byBaltimore capital to
has been discovered to be singlarly e e ce mialt re capitale
fcient in fire dr^- de. of local in...to machinery, the P..
iig ns fir protection. The build. company are:. he officers . c
ohf pr os e ie n e
means fre high paces which are b of the in, resientS G R.
no means re Proef pre' etric Cons t
a ossib -,6 a nnlon wor - - • b Rose • .- t.
Sossible or tfe firemen t h Wo Pbesideent. A bert P, So9
huperedn reaT occur. Clark; ene lps treasure
ohSupercitendent of Builings Woods and art. I is cla ned Hyland
officials have made a orough ves. wned ced that the
and o the condition of thne O this ct e
and have decided tover the uildin ize thrice illyni pan. will-rThe
hau l it 1m 0 pr il milling indjstr
vide it with tadpipes erau it arhed ant methods in tr
fghting a pes and other ely of $7,000 u u necessitatei tt t he
tnapparatus of the latest imi
proed patterns the latest during the mii; in this th a
i oshheing neeein i and renewals of the
ak Farming. The machines which thin
Sarigwill introduce, it is8ns r a
Kansas, which has long borne the machines, but to
nanm of Producing more freaks than 1 fr fce Phone o. 597.
any other state in the U will A1hn
have to lay down the Pal will con for
the latter persists in tm to Indiana iout hu-'
a~-. Even now she leads - _____ __... .____lC-
rin-acul .... greah many of ut h u,
and "min t s have quit. ' ,liinb'
a d gone to raismin h" .iii ' "~.g "
noa few s ef the ap" i Tide. Several nouseis wore - I1
ther fw t i from folks tlh hurricnne au ond , co
lPh. hip life oe'S ge was (loue t the cIrol _
I'ioltily fill- (Cuba) 1'o(t
Vr . ' i c o r i a .. w i ll
ilt . on 'Lorues- ".Tobn. 'i I ' dli '" .and at a
. " I' shlows that 1ed us tl r n Bo. an tot'
' ig. S, " ,ith c'ad. near ty for the c i. l ir. o " P to. to t ou
at,r " n the eve- to LdxingCou pO J ren,, elnl..
Id at low l/gin, Queen from $20 to $ 0,I - aysp" -
land "weat - t with the tide.' Democrt- r r , e tast o.....