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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: March 5, 1902
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889.
General Note: Description based on: Mar. 5, 1889.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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: XS.U'OLA: .\, FLOUIOA. AT CLOSE: OF BUSINESS FEBRUARY ij:; 1901'. cPOUT1CIN81

I From Report to Comptroller

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t ""SUt'I', (0.7 IM 4-:'* Circulation .fiIHN 00i I) Th. open letter of Hon. Win. B.

.... . 5+U.US, I>ppoits 320.011(8 Lamar to the people of Jackson BAKINCf POWDER,
'woe I27i21.1t5! Dividends Unpaid. WJ-OO
--- enunty has opened tie > yes of the

fI9li.l7.\! $616.1.20 i far.eE-ing politician- that county Imparts that peculiar lightness, sweetness,

.'',,11 i If"I 'i i-ni&wOotob*r2H; llJisl. \\'e r '-i ectfully solieit your patronage: and we will gien ant Mr. L irnar b now -trouwr there shortcake
',. and flavor noticed in the finest cake, ,
; I i' and c.irufnl attention. than( ever before. The Indications I

Interest Paid on Time Deposits. ire that old Jackson will give him a : biscuit, rolls crusts, etc. which expert :

liiyote cur ruii.!re-->. pastry cooks declare is unobtainableby

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-.... BRITISH STEAMER A nde-tion that j is being a-ked all' the use of any other leavening agent.
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tffcv : t.- jpcritiu Executive Committee
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Gut to Oklahoma: to consult wit!.

.' Uhairmin Frank Clark Will Chair-

,,.4.'. i I Tiber Is Thought to Have'jran Frank 'lark come back to

'J i Honda to call the committee toy s' ROYAL BKINO POWDE1 CO 1TO WILtlV. .. NEV/ YORK.rns2.5252S"2.525252.S2.J"2.5 .
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( th-it the absence of Mr. CUtk !.525 52-.c252.S2.5252525 5S SE as r
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.,'J HAD CREW OF TWENTY MEN I
i1 I rcre-Atea a vacancy in the office lIf' In
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-- chairman: and call the meeting I i [ :
S # All Are Thought to Have Gone to the
without
a j waiting to hearfroiu him?
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1 Bottom With the Vessel-Supposed I I.
A Rumor. !
::1 Pieces of the Wrecked Ship Have
Hob McXamee is said to be looking
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T Been Picked Up. after his ougressional fences. It is
.',1, rumored that his candidacy will be j
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1t A Halilax. \. S.. March 4-The Drit- \ :launched within a few days.-TapipaTiibune.

'11f1 I, ish sti'ami'i Till 'r. from Louishurg(i I i L

!lilt-sh I'oJon.ja.! fur Ilaiifa with a I I'.I A Good Speech.Congressman.

;1 | tai .:o II t coal! is thought to have fcmn- i Sparkman made a rat-

i1 deri'd with bur captain and crew of 20 Im'lI j jliing good speech on the isthmian carIna rnrn

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(l She left I ollihul'K't'.lnpsd8 af | tress last week.-Draldentovrn Jour- rn

1 teiniH.n and! should have arrived here I n..i.About. I *. rn
;1'E !'! on Thursday night .as the run is only Time. 'I ,

t 1 lie'> mih'S. Yesterday at the western i j Is it nut about time for James Alex- I]

i: t; .L : \ .nter Home of Mr. A. Stoddart on f fl ( enhance White-head harbor fishermen !laiuler to make a report of the counties .

East Hill. i puked up a steamer's house with I I col-limn

jiiec cs of deck plank attained and other
making claims.The Palatka Times- i'
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also saw wreckato drifting :
aliout, the bay. last night the owners:,i | *Every Facility. Gj rn

mal n 'f.iit ini.rii/li'iir lao distroeiid''l of the bieamer n- rived word that life, I lion. ,I<.hn G, ".'ard. of I'ensacola. isda '

IGHT T \ SCREW : WiLL 1 1u i iL ;- and nther valuable papers, huo 'hearing the name Tiber la I i !i candidate for railroad commissioner't 'II
iI I fftun ot the loss. '-> more serious thif.1 teen found. I| -> siioceiil I1.n.I.. I,. Bryan who will I (I 1 ;
jttlri> with the IlrePIt tenn-Mr.
tho cJ: slructOT! of 'h' '.uiltlin, ( |
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ptn tit RRtultittuh I Warlas secretary of Tlorida's firs rn. '
---- POLICEMEN AS SPANKERS. i tilroad commission, in which capacity :

IRELESS| TELEPHONY --- I the had every facility for acquiring a .. .
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Novel Scene Witnessed In Polic e I lull knowledge ol the business. H
Itlrrstated'1i -I'rnul Laws i
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M. Du:rotet. French Electrician Talks Court at Kearny N. J.
Mallory in the Lead. THIS! is iiu; <;KNniMWHO::' ; :' WII.T: THK ILKOA\T: ru ;
of His Invention. New YOI'I;. March: 4.-Tvo policemen ..1 I
to B1 )Enl'ire-! rapt. C. B. Parkhill has retired from lli i I
I NI ,t \1.! March l.-K.: Due-rout. with broad hands and plenty ol f r the, race in the now third congressional'i -. :M\V; llo:\t1FUIT11I:1'I\9.WOL1Irlrutr: MKN I

tMP Ff r.h electrical1nnineer; has strength; hack of them acted as masters ditotr C't. The captain claims that li<"I L 1:
a'' 4YS PRC.DENTC : R 05EVCI.T
made th.' t-illowing statement; of .ereuionies '25252552525Z5c525252: _,
; concerning rt at a public hpank dd not wish to hurt Senator )Ialillr "s 2525P52a25ZS5E552PHILIPPINE

: ffi-: > item ot wireless telephony ing administered to six youthful de. i-ltanc{'S-. a.1IIf which nn is _in_. Imp.._.. with.. .... I!

'n Hal ,' .,fd: Cj".ternat.on Inch he has invented, says a Paris linqueuts in Keainy. X. J.. i>olice court. what the Times has contended for l!

Miny (. dispatch! to Thi- Journal and American The bos.hOhe as!;;"s ranged from some time past. Mallory evidently TARIFF BILL. I FLORIDA'S
"cut'we Offclals of GOVERNORS
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falls the whip hand.-AMilachicnla| ,I !
. .. 10 to 12:: jears were brought before House
Reds T'j f rust; Be 'unies. I Votes on Adoption of Conference ,
The academy of science acknowledges Her'order )Krehs on charge/ c>f owning I
r'-ofp- '. the value of Brotherly Love. : Report. I NOT OVERLY
E: my Invpntion. When freight tars and destroying; property.Keeorder Washington. RICHA
MarchIVhen; the '
Politics in Duval county are
the instrument an put down deep in Krebs septenred eac-h+ to "a
I Ii! wist-. !nc extremely: mid 13Mr.. 1t1'Jm-1 house met today the pending qm'f-tion
|the Perth mesftaet'is can be transmitted: good, hard Spanking:' a:> the alternative
; ." :-'us-kton. business manager was ou the adoption/ of the conference
.wou; over normo'i distances. \Vlreless of a $5;; flu. The parents spoke .'.Eta'T:
uu0r .1inles-(lion and Citizen and hiss i| report/ upon the Philippine tariff' Tilt; HNANCIAI: : CUYi

telephone messages can be transmit-or the hove and chose the spanking. brother, Telfair Stockton, one of the! I bill. On a rising division the vote HI I ION (>r ,.OMi: ; fclt.1tCIIIEI'IXIlTII'IS:
n n :" 'ed through .s-a from shore to shore ;. most prominent real estate dealers in I
stood aj FS ftf, nays ij! .
i to ,or between: shit+s. The voice is tracsmilteil Chief of Police Tolen selected two'the city, are opting each other for' \ : : ,
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'I. rd,1.' the state senate. It : lp5I1rs.TrC.lH.: of :Massachusetts; I
promises to be
without the least difficulty and able. -bodied poln emen. JIach took ahoy a | --
i ii repetition of the Kiibernatorinl) of! Ifcatuolo. of ;Minnesota' and Little- ,
.v. -d th. most ii<'li<'at.' articulations reach and placed him across his knee in race 'I The Jac'kbonille i
.t,' : lob! and Alf Taylor. of Tennessee | Geld of Maine publc-an| ., votml with I )1..trol'"Ii| discuss- I
'n1.rtint the ear. the approved position and an instant which attracted national interest. The the IViuociat.s against the adoption of ins; t' .G \.rllOr Huilock's dt- liuationbecomu

I>. : later the ooiiitrooiu rang with >ells. :i i'exception: in this case is that both the the report. Mr. Pavne. the majority 'I 14; a candidate\ for the Atlanta I

'! I DUVONT GOES TO LONDON. I When the round had been completedthe Stocktons are on the same sid>. but leader then demanded tlt" i l.o-tullil'l.:: ', says: The tstmatter of !I
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A 'I.'111 II I youngsters!, were" again arraigned.TIIPy belong to different faetiuns.Ocalali.mler. ayes andnays Atlanta is paid a large salary, '
; : and the roll much
was calad.Ship ; .
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'l.t i .t.( .-,,1! Aeronaut Will Make Ascensions During were very penitent and alter the '. ]I more than that of wvernor. In Flor I

I Coronation Festivities. court had admonished them against; Knew His Father. I| ida (-xiovi nors have aa (hard a btnig.
1'I! 'ti! i I Subsidy Bill Ta'' : I If London. March! 4.-M. Santos Dn- evil doing they promised to be good j I This gentleman is a candidate: for re- as they did{
I Washington. MarchAt :2 n' IM 'loie beinglevatcd .
lork
( lo the
: t":1 moot the a.-in4iit.| arrived in thiscity in the future and were discharged. !! i lection as a meml'r of the Florida | the cif high poslticm i
,' ship subsidy hill was: taken up and goverm-r and it is not likely ,
\ "t1\ 'I railroad
today. During the course of an'| commission. U'hlie we would that,
';"i "J d1 l). ; interview' he said he hoped' to add to I i LOST PROPELLER AT SEA. V heartily glad to see the commission '! Mr. Frye made same remarks on the tion any merely of them truth would de(-line a jMjgi- !
Hlioli-lu'd. it is institution of[ muslin'. suppleniHntary! to his modesty paying
Ii.1 VM.TIut the attraction* of the coronation festivities .1 yet an our speech abort $ I.IIhl' I
I ,fate and! will so remain till it is abolishecl j i on yesterday. per annum paiticularly
I ':sulfa by making ascents: here.It Cunarder Etruria Picked Up In Dis when requested! to accept it by clll- ,
1law.. As this is the case we I
.i I I''D I : that is he I' lens of iM'th political
possible will
make a tour ofSt. abled Condition. : would lather see II. I'. Day elected Shake Into Y'MtrI II'H'II11..n' parties
7. IP.I ,mirations Paul's cathedral as he ditof the1'iffel New York. March 1.-The agents of > again than any man in the state. Our I' \ Koot-Kuse.: It tests the t"H. ('urt'soru. Take (th- Flori'la10; \!-mots since the

.' i. .' tilt laws Tower. Santo: -})umont will afterwards the Cunarder Steamship company have editor{ has known him lone and well i .. Kunlon. Ingroxunq'R+l' 1'1"011"11 I' Ml war and see their -ondition. GovI .
.1'( and Sweating. ft. At all druggist and +' rcjr Ut-Hd (now deadi II
I.' .v.n wIth. and go to New York, where Le received a dispatch from London that I I'Land knew his father !before him. He is I| shoe stores_.c. Ask tocl" IK or man and was a very ;

.. -' .. the coin- will give exhibitions the Ctrurla. in tow of the steamerCil! !:onest. capable and efficient and a man and was dec-ted accepted! to the the nomination .
', that reflects credit station he legislature after : ,
on any Mississippi Flying Machine.
band
the
l \Mist liam Cliff habpn sighted Irtft miles expiration of his terns of
.t, I' ils, Cattle j occupies.Vsaythisrniuh because !r Jackson Mts-s. .March J.-Richard TV. Governor Iiew Rovernor.: :
agrwre Growers' Association. west of Fajal. Azore islands ha'inglost (dead) returned to the 'I ,
few of our Hamilton county people are i Mynton 1 the
Meridian
| inventor who !saw mill and lumber
PPnver.CobMarch '
I 4.-The American her propeller.! nersonally acquainted with him.-Tam-' business after ;
ali--' '. :nlll.11I( njion Cattle Growers' association, embracing Another report says the Etruria was pa has perfected' a flying machine device! hen mi? his state four years as! Kovernot l\

t It .. .ib the west all cattlemen's associationswest picked up when 5'. o+ miles from Fayal. I f'I I announces that h<> will enter the contest and died a IHK man. Governor '
TO CURE A COLD IN TWO DAYS I j jlaialive at the Louisiana Purchase expos( Ferry ck-ad!) at the close of his term
gut' at present. of the Missouri river assembledhere west northwent of that port. All were I I returned to the .'
lion at Louis practice! of law.
I St. in 1"13 GOT-
f 1 1nitenKer a.s.M- to lay for its second' annual convention well on board the Cunarder, which, 'I Bromo examine removes the I ICAU. and has actively ether Hloxham: (twice
.". t:. W.liroslgnatun' on every I I commenced work governor) is .
I' i.. v.jUtion of theI 1C.. I.usk. of California according to this report, had her propeller box. Prlc 23 cents. .' on the model 1 1'I again looking after his farming inter-

i president of the association, called: the shaft broken. She was other :' 'I which he proposes to enter in the con -its. (;o'rnoritc'hf'lI; is holding the !i

.'ill i.* taken by the convention to order Several hundred wise uninjured.! FIRED UPON WOUNDED. I test. 'ffice of county clerk of lIi11:>hol'ough 1 '

i 11;<' and liuieaus in I, delegates were present Previous to the receipt of the news !j -.--- II I II I county, and Governor Klpmini Q* la ?''AI'' li t

'iHirnum! Tucker will that the Etruria had been sighted in Australian Troops Charged With Reprisals Makes New Record. I icing law. and has tpJt'ti; posltlon '

"iiKhod, Kailroad offli DeWet Snot In Arm. tow the reinsurance on the Cunard j, for Boer Outrages. I Boston. March 4.-Harry LeMoyne, of retiring city attorney in Jacksonville since \ I ,

t. i irdi3t the char- London. March 4.-A dispatch from liner at Lloyds today was about 4 :, New York, March 4.-A strange story ,I of Brooklyn made a new world's swimming All are worthy from the i-osition of governor.
men and
"i- 'Wiry, hut a tar:? Harrismith, Orange River colony sa"i'' guineas per cent. Light business was : is exciting much discussion among j!! record It the Sportsmen's show fhtftm by their fellow-citizens held in high .

". lifjitive that all orla that lloer prisoners repot that General done at that rate. | military men says a London dispatch last night by covering the V) yards In.. poor and are dependent upon their yet :
Pi-Wet to The Tribune, although it has been I 35 1 S seconds. The world's own
.: txj done away was shot in the arm dur- recordwas exertions for a living.

} ih.nK IK to be ban lit? th. recent attempt to breakthrough ., You will never wih to take anoth-1 I kept out of both pi ess and parliament. I 31: 4-G seconds and the American Governor Reed, like Governor BuL i!: .
the '' if Chami It relates to alleged' reprisals taken by 36 Sf'O' (onds. lock was a republican .
t tuiw! ( theiw will beM blockhouse line held by' er dose of pills you once try governor and I
". +iHT nnll. I the New Xi-alanders in the vicinity ofIlarrismth :i berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablet Australian troops for Boer outrages' in notwithstanding: all that has been said
I and VanRenea.When :: *. They are easier to take and :,i firing! upon wounded and Draconian Relief for Earthquake Victims. about the craftiness of republican of I.

I 1 more pleasant! in effect. They I measures adopted by Lord KiUhen'r St. Petersburg. March ".-Tte czar fice-holders\ in the south during the reconstruction i ,
D'-RN COURTHOUSE. I cleanse the bowels. For sale by all 'I has sent 150,000 rouble for the relief ![ [period he (Governor
wake with bad I I for enforcing discipline.
you up a druggists and medicine dealers. of the victims of the recent j Recd I ) lived and died a poor man. He
iu mouth know It Is stated that the Australian offi- i( earthquake
taste may would 1
Deit your you gladly have
a Valuable Records at Shamaka Trans accepted the posl-l
. that you need a dose of Chamber I cers! and men who took tte lex talonis -Caucasia. ion of postmaster of Jacksonville after
Decatur, Tenn. Health t for 10 Cents. I Ii
lalu'tomarh: and Liver Tablets
Into their own hands were tried by IiH"lngas governor, had It
For i been of-
March 4 --A special ton Over Siify Years.
They will dean=P your stcinach, improve | A lively liver, pure blood, clean j III | courtmartial, and some of them were I IR'I. WivsLow'a KOOTHIS I fered him. .
Ii.-cttur, Tnn, th* appetite and make STRCP tat
your you skin, bright eyes, perfect health '! sentenced to be shot Nothing official been used for over sixty year by miilion ot : i.
MUK ''ounty says that tf'ellikto a new man. They are easy mothers tor their children while Tltla Will Interest Mothers,
take, bean coated and II, Cascarets Candy Cathartic will ob-1 has been obtained on the matter at I with perfect inccssi. It leethlnn I i.
at that p'.aoe: was to ? sugar I soothes the child Mother (j rllV'. fcwc-ot Pod, for Chll. I
or' 1'iud at :3 o'cluck this pleasant In ellect. For sale by all tain and secure them for you Genuine \: London. colic softens I and the U gl1m8.allaYI the best' remedy all! pain.eures for: Diarrhoea wind T drew' Cure: t'@vprllhol'iI. Bad Mtom ch j, :;

A h. no doubt that the druggists, and medicine dealers.I I tablets stamped C. C. C. Never : I it will relieve the poor little sufferer Im and ftblaiIlliorcleri.Irrakap regulate the Bowc-li and( olds I>e movi' ,

..!..J:4MIIU: but na --- I sold in bulk. All. druggists, ice. Call up F. B. Bruce old and lock have that a I of mediately.the world.Hold Twenty-flve by Drugguu cents every a bottle.cart 'Wornn.moniitlf. They.\t all sever drugglgt. Over. IIIJ.Ot' toad.tror! f "'. 'IkI.
---- key fitted to that rusty I Be sure auk for .c. sample ;
will repair your watches and I you "Mra.WJnilow't Booth- I fi mailed FBKE.: Addreu
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"u.pic-Ion. flrst-clasa I woVt keep the door shut. Phone I ing,tlyrup."and( take no other kind. LeRoy, N. \'. Olmsted :'
In : style. J. I I cheapUluUlrt la,
hnlt Jewelry fromihc j
was ahnut 15 Stephens. All ,( 3.-0. i! -- ; I I',;
a ItA a commoJioua brick -_ est to the very i Ten thousand dollars worth of diamonds Coal scuttles, grates shoe } .
IM! contenu. It was We will launder your spreads for Marston Cleaning ladies skirts and waist now on display at Stephens, : ,
.. S)0)/ ,). The talus ofrijed 15 cents each and make them lootlike finest furniture at is one of oat specialties. Star Latin- the diamond dealer. Call and examine I j eels, tiling, etc., at the Wil' I

star Laundry. Quina's. dry. them. Us Hardware
canaot be estl-1 uw. $ Co's.
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1I THE POMPADOUR. WORK Of4 EXtLNSION: 'BEGINS

GEORGE WALTER THORNBURY. and Best

Wife \'f'rFailles-tp! the chestnut alley The.OWest On the Line from Tallulah Falls to

A Says : All in flower so white and pure. 'I Franklin, N. C.
Strut the red and yellow lacqueysOf S. S. S.s a combination of roots
Demorest. Ga.. March 4.-Work on
rf i this Madame Pompadour. 'and herbs of great curative powers, j
Tallulah Falls:
extension of the
*. We have four children. With the fan! and when taken into the circulation 'the
from 'Clear! the way!" cry out the lacqueys, Searches out and removes all manner !, ]railway from Tallulah Falls to Franklin
three I suffered almost unbearable
't I ; pains Elbowing the lame and poor of poisons from the blood, without :\. C.. will begin this week, the
I< i 12 toll hours, and had to be placed under From the thapel's stately porches the last shopbor harm to the system. j 'contract for the first 54 miles having

t !i 1si tht influence of chloroform.,, I used three "Way for Madame Pompadour!" t I been let. .
On the contrary, the general health i

I'il bottles of Mothers Friend before our lad Cd! bent soldiers ('rippled'terans, begins to improve from the first dose, | The entire extension of 0\'(>1'In< milfs for infants and Children.CuMorla .

t r tl1; child came, which sigh!: and hobble, sad. footsore for S. S. S. is not only a blood purifier, i. will be, it is expected, completed: within

,' t' if 1 strong, fat and Jostled by the chariot horsesOf but an excdlent tonic and strengthens : the year.Work N a harmless wilMitute for Castor Oil Par

j3 f {- fxalthy boy, doing this'woman-Pompadour. and builds up the constitution on the new depot at thisp1a1" gon e, Dropand Notitliin-r! ; Sjrnp. It i'. I'lt'a".:iut. |I''
iuin,
contains iicitlier Oi> lorpliinc nor other >
while the blood of impurities. will also be" commenced in a few urintsubstance.
housework purging
my up It devtrojs Wonu and allays r't'\t'ri-Itlll',,.
Through!: the levee (poet, marquis S. S. S. all diseases of removal of the
cures a weeks. The proposed
I to within two hours It ('Uft.> Hiarrhu.ia lIl "NVind ('ulil'. It relies ty+ T"I.th.|
r +I t birth, and suf- J..nd } With Wistful for the opening of satin door,), blood II.i ,(,n origin. Cancer, Scrofula, I depot from its present site on Georgia iiiT Troubles and 'lIre" Const ipation. It n-gul.it.s tli;,

i itrtdbutafewiurdfun 1 Sail'd a rippling the queenly sweep Pompadour. Rheumatism Chronic Sores and street to the new site on :Main: street .I' Stomach; and IJoxrels Ki -intf healthy: and natural sleep

Ulcers Eczema, Psoriasis Salt gives almost) universal satisfaction and The
j *. This Lni-/7j1 Sighs by dozens as she proudly! Rheum, llerjs and similar troubles I will he of great advantage to local ,
meat is the grand'It -/ /A The Kind You Have
j Always }
Glides, so confident and sure, and is an infallible cure and the only manufacturers. A new side track will < BoughBears

1.II tit remedy evercude. With her fan that breaks through halberds antidote for that most horrible disease | be put In and the new depot will be the of
1. ." Signature
Blood Poison.
t Contagious !
I j modern in style and a credit to the
; 1 In went :Madame: Pompadour. A record of nearly fifty years of i road. i

;, {II Mother'sFriend I I successful cures is a record to be proud '; J
i ?taninz abbe, uoumled marshal,
. I i I' of. S. S. S. is more popular today i I DOCTOR FACES GRAVE CHARGE.
i t )lean and
Speculator poor,
I than ever. It numbers its friends by
; '! j
Cringe: and shrink before the creatures I I,
t 9 Of this harlot I'ompadour. the thousands. Our medical corres- i Accused of Betraying Insane Girl In
I pondcnce is larger thin! ever in the North Carolina. j jI #

t f' will do for every woman what h did for tht "Rose in sunshine! Summer\ ) :" history of the medicine. Many write !j I Raleigh( March 4.-Dr. W. J, Clantz, I' In Use For Over 30 Years.

r t ? Minnesota mother who writes the above let Cries a poet at the door. to thank us for the great good S. S. S. I who for a long time" bas teen one of .ME n..null CO...*1. TT .uuu ,...", I1/1a 1 u r....

t' lll t 111' I ter. Not to we it during pregnancy is a Squeezed the trampled by the lacqueys has done them, while others are seeking : | the most highly esteemed citizens of
t Of the witching Pompadour.Pathed their All -- -- ----
s ,!, notake to be paid for in pain and suffering j I advice about c\ S. | Buncombe county, is now under a $.'.-

+ 5 + Mother' Friend the patient with a letters receive prompt and careful', 5"'" bond and faced with
I equips J a very serious -
: in milk and fed on ro.ses'! attention. Our have made j Star
J strong body and clear intellect, which in Sighs a pimp behind the door. life-long studyof physicians Blood) and Skin Dis-1 j i barge.! J The Laundry

t turn arc imparted to the child.: It relaxes Jamm'd and bullied by the courtiersOf The crime of which! he is accused is i i ,
? II eases, and better understand such cases
+ ( the muscles and allows them to expand. It this strumpet }tom llallou r. who' bertjaing an intace f.irl and taking ',
than the ordinary practitioner
relieve morning sickness and nervousness. her to a western ity. where it is said) Biggest Busiest Best !
t ilose of Sharon." chants an abbe. makes a specialty t>l no one disease J, ,
: It all the concerned in they remained f".* some time.
puts organs perfect Fat and with the voice of four We are doing great
I i ; condition for the final hourso that the actual niaf: silk stockings soil'd by varlets Rood to suffertighumanity J| Dr. Clantz makes little denial of the .

1 Of this Rahab Pompadour.' thr"h accusation and<<1 declares it is an attempt I II I
t labor is short and: practically painless Danger S SS Ii
at blackmail. i Don't Kick
\ of ruing or hard breasts is altogether 011 r consulting apartment i''
"Neck so swan-iiike.-Ifa ceiti-. < awl itAite I 1 A warrant was issued for him a few I r. ,<_ ',... ."'

i. avoided, and recovery ts merely nutter ol Fit for monarchs' to adore' you to \\Tite us if you have any blood ', days after his retinn from the west 'C..;;,.... .:: ,.- -. ,.:Jf'; :. '" if things don't |run t" '
few .
F a days.VugzifU r I'-ar the wavva* still the ho, -- -:...
{ or skin trouble. We make no chargewhatever and he surrendered himself.! *": ; !""Rt tJ' may create a di-tur .
1 .
( Mil Mother'. friend for $1 a bottte. For \"nus-I'om.a.mr.) f r. -: ._
for this service. His bail was fixed at first at $10.00n. I 'f.-' !:{ -"t"/ .-' time If your,'- t hut31ti .' ,
tile BraJHcU ; J'1I\
Regulator Co.. Atlanta Ga. < .,..-
l n'-; With th.' jar of thtiml'-r THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA. GA.TELLURIDE '1"!''::<<, .,- meg; grattr.;:acd a- j ifcream .
:'.114 for our urn Illnrriied boot. ,
L Fh tin Njrtals\ .-- I < :
( I qtr; ,. ; '
I in .
I V. : 1. : thr[-tarcL:. +if :
I I \Vitli a bars ol drum and+l truinp.-m | Rtifonl Ou.. March -I.'Iany'otpr!! .I'' s .,<..'"
I k. f'oini th. him and Pompa : t county are urging (,,1.
.It SUPREME COURT I ; : .\ hole bio enough to r1 i. .'. 'r
j .. ,+ jt Hon J. A. IVrry. of Lawrence- iI ; c\\ ;.0i' -
A Supposed Victim Turns Up Alive and rifle to stand for re-election to the : I 1. '. .: -- throu .:inuni i- tie w :

f-: t 1y1: HEAD NOTES LIVE FLORIDA Well. ,'i iTelliirnie. : next general assembly. :'01 r. Perry ,...,. ;, -,. ..1-.'-. .'. .\ ....-. brin them tinlauixi' > ,

I'OJII.'larch 4 -J. I). Ce-1'I i served in the last 1 legislature i with dia1 t--.=- -' face will li/ht! with ;"V w

J H+ I NEWS ITEMS derberrj. who uashhted; among those 1' tinction. being the youngest memberof -- --' I.. )'1 have attained jour d*--.- .'

ih.t killed in the snowsliilf at the Liberty that body save one If :Mr. Perry \. :t.. :.,.<: ,: lock like a gentltwau.
('a\ananih .... ,
4 IlartM-y llaiilwauCom I .
I Hell! mane; last Friday. is alive and wellIlf !. should (decide to enter the race he" will -
.. pin a 101 i iMtion. tin- stamlaidCuatio ,l -
\ 'll was ansht lithe avaan" he, Lilt receive a handsome, vote in this
and t'h al :Manufa part
i 4 nul<< < tunnt;

t"i:#+ll\ tit" 1 it\m|>aii> orporation ,.t al. plaintiff that Tra\FlorIda. din- non I K mill land| !U\l tn.1D! '\ in'non t uiness ia> managed: to die his, way out and reath of the county. ALL WORK c. o. D. mi S Called for anil Beta ,
: ., a |glare of i! It is
in error tr llt-nry II. | I every (
I\ William .\. l.,-vus. fi. partners node mo.;.- !liv. s v.iil in- lost h"n', as no one TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST.
'nit one Florida. In spite of <'alami.les A Printer Greatly Surprised."I .
) "i'1J the firm naiin- and suitof Lewis & that will I lie, allowed<<1 to venture on the dangerous .
times the
tatplros.rs.J.f"'sIJUr
are jireat. at
I I J
; I I ants in -rror. Ja Kbon, count)". mills in the path of the my life, as I was with the result of ,
expected slides
Ta) lor. C J.: TI e Florida: S'Me Hortic-ulunal sir "
hate been deert using; Chamberlain's Pain Balm,
..Ii$i t'laim-bau..1 iniiitsasc with no r rev> vvi":: meet in Tampa| May ::!. It will 'd '
\ 'I be of the The only mine in the vicinity of f *avs Henry T. Crook pressman of
tight to |H SHision cannot maintain. one most imiiortant gather; .
i 1if .\ [Mity' hold( i UK a tare mortgage! upon 1 cogs tl il has assembled\ in this! city Telluride that continues in operation( the Asheville ''X. C ) Gazette (II : ? -1f W. B. WEIGHT} COmPANY ,
t onal in this h. :1r. M. (;Pilh who; Is ;i contracted a severe case of rheumatism
t I pert- |irowrty| stale, with niJiuy 'ars. K. -tt th. Tomboy, and &(") miners are out
H It\ right to present hin' ssession of !'II'h i., c.ne cl the! l leaden! ;; spirits in the so- of empSu: ) mt-nt. early last winter by getting my C
feet wet. I tried several thing for t 3 PtANCFACTTKER3dXUUF.ALERS' IN l
; j.ron| >'. annul maintain a statutory ( HI-- is biisvin; biniMlf to arrange a \
a i t )aim pow.fvdinRs. as against; attaching l-li'i..ai.t reception for the fruit-srow- it without benefit. One day whllplookin --Ji1

I creditors of the moitsasor tlunotJudgment 1'I'o!> cl !1" state, who cell) throng to Large Industrial Consolidation. over the Gazette. I noticed '.'r : I LUMBER LATHS

t rvrs.-ilIVnj l'.-n.;1.a inuini; tb" contention.The Portland Or.. March 4.-The Orepo- that Pain Balm: was positively guaranteed ,

S Colton fur plaintiff in er nlan today says that the largest indus to cure rheumatism, Sl obouzht
'' i enterprising' farmers of .\Ia.lIa a bottle of it and before u:- lLJ I 4 SAWED CYPRESS SdlKGLES-KIii-Dmi 8atPENSACOLA.
ror. 'i i county have just h. I a liintin trial consolidation rove undertaken in l 1 third" of it >
t ? ing two my rheumuti-m :4 :
I' ; J.'hn II Tarter Wilson & n'H'II" an.1f
:.. Gainesville! \ and (,ralllh, i reI'ttttr the Pacific northwest is l being (!Iii..tlywor"j had taken its flight and I have not '
IL IIValk for defendants in -- FLA.ROYAL
.
i\\ -r. rpir.Mr. -
.. M J I JiiMtro (Tarter being disqualitd. (irices for tLi-ir >." i.,a' n- into shape in this'Sty and San i had a rheumatic pain since Sld
i''t
J f I i' took mi |hart in the (iecision of n.Chu is there ainou;; the fal ;.''" ; Fran i faro The enterprise is an amalgamation by all dru,!titand: medicine deal -

i l this cai>" i n St. Johns tool ty who will rate IIH) of the interests of the greats ers. I
!1ad in funning an organization in STANDARD VHISKRY
e' J.t. _
flour .
exi'OM: milling films of_ the_ _Pacitic _
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!it d I'lf hf f In rl"h iw'r>- opinion to the govern I tint\ M. Johns county has the" soil, mast The capital will pro w abiy' Another Old-Time Minstrel Dies.+
.' t i liinat< and )location to make it one of
;1 or. l bet h... in the n"' ;iphl orhoo ilf triu-lcjiif counties in Florida<< O.HI 8 Old in Casts of 4 Full Quirts at S3.20 per cat
i I Jvr Ciirianim Rice, another of the
mention olol-tim. min trl-;
not to Sill h staples as rite '
:J (\;. "t\It ut tonal Appropriations Rivers In That State Are Now has
Fa'ling. men just died at this
place. This
aril! tuba< ('u. We lath! only the eutei-
I ( r |>n!>lu- money mu' t i I..- made lIy! lawAn I i'ise to wake! the most of out a-1 Damage to Farmers. makes the fourth death( among the fa II rpHIS WHISKEY I" distilled at the :X.-l-n. (

t1! -requisite emitting! of :: < lans law.- is a presrriled '. antaes.-SI! Angiihtinc Refold.CIH Chattanooga! March 3.-The flood) in mOils burnt cork performers within JL. Ky., Di-tilery! and n fully matured m w

I Joint every Resolution. i : )''qo; ]1. I'oseiFnited Mates the TeniiPhsee: river has nearly spent two weeks First it was BillyKest before bottling. It I is absolutely l'ur.InJ/ ( :n.*.t a
celled in quality by any Writ-key of th* -.au.no ; .
its force and the crest will he then Hilly Emerson
An appropriation "t puMir money "minisriioiifr of fish and lish'-m-s. wasa readied next Johnn
matter where )produced. The Jtl.fal11:11.: I.j. i ii I.
'dnnllt lie !! l visitor Jackson\ille here at 0 o'clock 1'iieen' and Rice.
rnustinutonally made lor aJoint in Monday at the tonight with a tide ; now Billy Rice baa i j.. eight years old when bottled and ron-idt i
resolution; a'lult.1 l l hy Iwjth houses lviudsor 1II>If'!. ll< is ar-i < mpauu-d by of 37 fett which is 4 feet abuse the been )art sight of for year, but in n.s its excellent quality is the cheapest w1 i-k
pt the li-iM laniri'' ilia lads the IH-; wile and) Mr and llrs ]Mowers i
+ son.
eon- danger linf The Tennfs-see day and time he"
the
and itstributaries was at top or'the the market at that price. A* a beverage. ui, i .
rtitntii>nalv! lrd-i'rlh",1 requisite to 1 1It last night for TIIIII.a.1lil.. Mr .
I above this point\ are falling )laddc-r an absolutely pure" stimulant, there" t.+ none b. t
made it a law of an etia< tiui; lau--e. !I' 'w,'rs is In Florida only on a pleasure .
ffadily % Shipped in cues containing no marks wh.itt vindicate
aicordinp to
t- tup I and for his wHI"slu.alth, there are reioits: | reteUcd .
I today.! Jail Birds Take Flight. content I If purchaser up.in) eimi .
Having a Run on Chamberlain's Cough 1.-alters in this state in which the <'omnr.sM'jner Grp(>lI hfro. Ga.. Man h 4 -The largest the whiskey. is not satisfied with the quad/ .
The
damage to
is otherwise interested and !: farmers! has not been
I J' Remedy. jail delivery that has can return the came at our expense 31),111
it he that Florida will as ever 11I''urrl'd
may owe a greati : great as was anticipated\, owing to will be refunded
HI'I lw'-.n the hour of eleven
i of gratitude to the in this ounty was
ouinussioner the arf"omplbhedSun.I .
early season .and .
nanufauoriesalong Al1 ordlBwuIJ/ be
o'clock\ .1. in. and clo"'ing time at .: accompanied b.I'
present plans are ('arrh'IIJltt. What :!} night. With the aid of outside
the riser in the cities haw rot EIGHT YEARa CLD cure n.'V. [''''''tc llice money order, bank dr.i' '
I i uiclit on Jan. _';th. I llml.! A. F. Clark.I' :Mi. liowers has in mind is the "I suffered\ \. adequate warnings! of the ;. r- pre III'JIlPj' order. We refer to Fir,t :NJ
t TUui.t. 0\\ ide :Sprui}:'*. Va., old I'slumnt of a large shad hath<'i'> at freedom and
are now at large Bank merchant
flHi! l They or in Pensacola.
welve l.itti"! of CluinberLiin'o .-'line [Miint on the St Johns tuer. not having t"n given by the new 1i RDARD any

Cough It..UJI>lJy. HI' says : "I never 'lar front Ja<'ks=on\ille. lie also desjn s flood signal! service established by the iveie to have been tried next week

handled .,hIcin't to haa ImilosHal ialHitntorv Boated| government
a um that old better + =
___ __ ______ tsternazy Seen: In New York. S. A. FRIEDMAN
or >rne better'iti'f.iction to my "in the (Cult'o.ist, pioliahl.v' + lose toTml'a n ,
." That : i.1 Ko"Iin ." New York. March 4.-Major( Verdi
.
(.U"ttlll1..r.+ 1'111. 1 I"mt'dha: ; been : !:
I In en..ralll- Virginia fr ----- -- -- nand Walsin I'sterha/y. who confed *-,. Sol PkoeRIEriR .
1 mane: The newspaper are having a good =-.a 'E FKNSAIIL! Fi Ai
.. cutaced the people there are w .-ll 1 RAW OR INFLAMED LUf'GS deal of fun that he forged the Drevlns trim iii.
with Itt'XOcll.. nowadays over that rear ha*. ,
lit qtltlitiei
aequ.ttntnd actoniing to The II. : aid\ "
.11 :Many: of them have tetifiedto Yield rapidly to the wonderful tired fef lin?" 'o much spoken of h..n"n in this c itv.. HP is said to ril5KE o BOX us UI'JI\I; :

.1 h: the remarkable: : cure* which it has curative and healing qualities of III medical" advertNements in con- have spent two hours .:anwn.Mwr' +
,. '{ ..tt"l't..t1. 1VliiMJ yon need a )rood nt cti.n with the ill-health of fe in a Broadway a K ,
handle eta"f
Foley's Honey and Tar. It preventpneumonia restaurant in animated t.rl every Llqu"r- -
feliatiltmeilicitie! fM acoughnre 'h l (, male h may: be source of hilairty conversation
: bulK or bottle wholesale or retail. at ,lrt'r.
.. or attack lor the crip use Mumlier- and cmi-iunption trout a to witty paruitrapherr: but ti"to with a young; man and woman. I'ste- are down.

: lain'* Coiuh Ketnedy and you are : hard coldttled on the IraniIV to ulTerinji/ women who by overwork ta'a,; shalbj1dressed; and h way

_, I crrt tin to be niitrt- rhaullpa"d with A. D'Alemberte :South 1'alafox and a disregard of the law: of features were extremely: thin. AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER.

the quick| cure which it atfM
i tale by all dnu;:i-t. and medicine I II bordering on invaliJi-m. (Infected Ship Returns
dealer. I a >gmorLza: : What most women need ito be relievei to Port.
Bean the I e gird You Halt! A'\\3IS Barr of some of the *lavi-h work Pan Francisco :Man: 4-The Unit WOOD AND COAL.

clDr.t" Tnur Itnwrl Ulth 1t4rar.t... Eigastcreof A '. that is piled on them, :and a free hUIjudiei..u M States transport Meade; which sailed

candy Calhariir, tare rniiMipatinn: fore\er / u-e of treuirtheniii tOIl1 for Manila! on Saturday last,
IDc.Se. 1C; fiUtiriwtstsrrluiiimoney. returned WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH IAHOEI II TRADE:
..l' i 1-. !Oueh as P.P. P. ( Prickly A*h, late last night flying the vet

Poke Hoot and Poti l_ __ ___
-uni m i._ the nrrwt-. "U low flag and anchored at the cjuaran THIS WINTER THAN KVEU 15KFOHE.
s -.t blood purifier and invi;:oratcr ton tine station The Mode's
THEM AT THE leturu was
.
Superb a-a builder UD of women
eft f. bnnsins hack lost energy to- clue to diMoverj of a case of smallpox SEND US YOUR ORDERS NOW.

Y EostuBs the body and color to faded cheeks. and account of a case of scarlet

Store re-torii s the appetite and thin renewing t<:ver arson. tho rt'tru.tb: on board. Thompson Olsen & Co.
her ,
Uzi ; in that healthy vitality -- -- -
lo*t. P. P. P. cureall; blood di-. La grippe coughs! yield quickly to

rj. "a*f's. ouch as HIeumati-m. :yphilN. the wonderful curative qualities ofFoleyV Manresa Street, Telephone 147.

; 1-. (lout. :Scrofula and all ulcerotHillection Money and Tar. There j.noUI'lng i.
THEY ARE GOOD !
.. -. even \'anqui..hl1 that el-e "ju-t as good" W. A. ESTABLISHED
-- D'Alemberte, 121 1863.
melancholy enemy of man, I>v pep- SouthRl'alafo. ,
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I' -ia. Alldru-_.! !\i-tjgell it._.:__ treet.

j. A Few Earifls Oileieil( Below of fine Footwear NOTICE NOTICK-- -o}-' -Il-,.,-)IUTION.--- McKENZIE OERTING & CO. ,

=j 1 i ii t tJ I have been authorized to take
J I I'E i 0I.I.\' HAVE A FEW I'AILD: WILL CLOg II -DIALZU IM- 0
\\1 : : THEM
r ; t : OIT AT THE FOLLOWINCi PRICED : Bryan's paper "The Commoner." inz: between the undersigned under

The price is i |l.uo per year in ad- the firm name of Wolfe & Kee-'e has Ship Chandlery and General >parduiare>

'tt: i !V LADIES :- (: vance. Those de*irinl< the paper hfeu di--r.lvpd thi? fjth day of Feb

i ?an have: it ent to them by sending rual\. liirj.! by mutual consent. bog AND 805 H. PALAKJX : T.AGENOY .
r to : I Lot ice-I.ii si.t Side lace Shoe, Stoek'I'ip, Insular! Price, SI.7.;*, now fJ| UoJw'
1.00 to the i .1. FVMET
WOJ.n
'f ; *)-Cloth'1'op. Pat. Leather. Lace and Hutton, Heel and Spring undersigned -- ....--
il'I: H. M. ROCHE, R. P. ItKK-E.
I > Heel, Regular Price fl l w.) now U.js7s,4stoct
Care Feb. '.'6 Ia wlm REVERE COPPER COMPANY JOHN '
Daily News A. ROEBLING'3 hONH l'
: Sole, Lice. Nice ,
1. Tip Ext 'nsion : ; Walking r h t'. regular
GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RDHHEL BON'S! Pl' f't"
:
t f" price $2 *'', now. fl.cu

-.: rjx Mock Tip 1.11'h".., a Nice Ire s Shoe, formerly -old for Scissors, shears, pocket Latest t 1 and Cum Csrdiu hliii Bill liatictl listrooiBts Curt 1'1:11' :

r #2'til'now. . . . . .. . . .. .. ... . .. ... .. .. .. .. ?)l.cell 1 and table cutlery thevery Styles J It inter fur- Jittirs,

MEN'S: best makes at the lowest niture for parlor, bedroom COM PASSES. LOOK .%TtJ.

',. C. McKenzie Oertin for Ba .'
Pilots'
( 4 Collecting Agent : Benevolent
J I> prices, at the Willis Hardware or sitting room at Marston elation.
,
:. I 42 Pair* lt'Il'.Id Kid F al l*. )1t'diuUlTof'and Solid\ Leather at. .. .$1.45A ; -

cl. 'i Pair Meu'' YI'i.11 Hal*., }'1lintH. be roe, at. .. . .. .... ... .*! 45 ,. Co's. $ Qll.ina's.DONT. ,
; t Our Victory Line" of :Men's" WMkh".-*. all Solid IeatheraudA'-ort: : LlSIt

= ( d :,ha l't'P. they- go at. . . . . . . . . . . . .f 1 1.:% ;, MIIWIFKKY. TOBACCO SPIT 11 CURE YOURSELF PENNYROYAL PILLS
1 The undersigned tak Hhi method and SAIOKE crkEa TM BiftU fur unnatural
YOl'RS( FU FINE FOOT HEAR if JUt'ring her service I.It.a/.,. decb.raI, ,+eeammsaoo+. 'r' v rl i l 4 i!? 4.rr "
'
as a Your Life awaylrrnrcantreuredofaasform.dtoba 0uana'.s irritatiubl ut ulceratiunicf Afft.. 1.4T.r> A4I. **> ,.
:3M-cla-s licensed ffiiLtrtDM. J tll.-4 CIlHU.-JtI. '1.11
( f midwife hays Rot t.mkum niucooi ..,
:in, had 35 years ,:lr. be! made well! !, strong, tineiifiu l. full usmea 1.1 r, t. cuaay, MSleM, soil iw/t bUiO* t'W_ ?''J'-.. .kFD. .. .1..14+ ....... IC' "
s'i experience hh.
tm I i G. Can best new life and -.igor by taking HO-TO-BAC, a |rHlE t.5Cxi eiLCo. gent or poiionou* !-,( JD..trr.. .. ...t......,'... ... I.. .
A Mm
S fm.P of .
t B Btlt1n give references from 4fl .
bid b' .... .. *
DmctUU / '
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: n ee I r, f 'eadlnr hvician. rf thi;, city that In PJids makes >n weak tea men uars.strong."-. SOO.OOO Vain gala ++eaa5Tle.c,&a. or tent ia pUia rappr. I I\ r.rY((7 .u...."..Itdkr.Hit. 1.r..*".".I.a....".."".'.-I'.i..e..l.l.r ..... ..|.

:MRS.: M. HIDDEN rared. Alldrtgztg.. cure : by cirrMB, t'eDa'A, (ut a. "
I 11.ltantt"td. Jfe k.Ut '"' f r.n Y. II. 1.-
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117 :. l'J1.lfoxtrtft, KKMtDV co., tnt-igoor eta York. C7 /* ,,, .. Mora 'III&.4 I' '
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5,-1902

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tiGOLDDUST. BACHELOR'S I SHOT WIFE AND SELF. I H

A I -.Bullsi I III Il fleBeI ':

:Domestic: Infelicity Ends In Sad Tragedy
COURTSHIPI .
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at Pelham, Ga. l I I II
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I Pelham, Ga. March 4.-In a neat little I i COUGH SYRUP

,Let the COLD DUST twins do your work." [Original) cottage on Barrow av,'au<> was I I I II cures Hacking Coughs, I !

: i it Mark \\luthrop was tired of l ache-- found the body of Haney Xesmith. Sore Lungs,Gnp' .Pneumonia I i8ReyE
and! Bronchitis in a
U>r life, Natuialiy! a tlfllllt' -tir' man. he I shot through the h"id with a pistol few days. Why then risk

longed for u home to \\ Lich he could KO | ball. 1 Consumption, a slow, sure And the Rest Liqaon"

nfter a hard tay' work at his othVe j In an adjacent room his wife's body I death? Get Dr. Bull's of all kinds served by

and find some one there in wt'um lie I lay with a pistol wound in her head. Cough Syrup. Price, 25c. I Polite and Courteous
could 1.e interested iiiste.ul tl t\ loue- I The only! other member of the housefcold. i Don't be imposed upon.
I I Attelldant3.I .
ly 1 apartment, where he cluingeU) his 4! a months-old babe, was found .kcfuse is not as the gaud dealer us I>suU-tiUiK r, Bull's ; it .
\ dress! and thence t.) Ins etull Some- '! unhurt by :.ose first to arrive on the I Salvation Oil cures Rheumatism, FULL MEASURE AND
I % trends: but I Aches and Hams. 15 & 25 CU. I
1 1 d j!. :f' lnu times IK wound time with | ;scene.It i FINE OIIUITY. -
cluliiiu'ii are not 10 1 he dept niled! up"ii is one of the saddest tragedies

i .at : for d.niHT: at cliiUs. as they: often dine t i the people of Pelham have over been iD&NNHEISSER! BROS.

Hilt and Inusually dii.e.1 alone in the called on to witness. Mr. and Mrs. I t
pn-nt dining; room at a table by a w in. i AGENTS FOR TUB CELEBRATED
:i } Nesmith had ttl'"ni'in\ in Pelham fora Kept Her I'yet Often.
Cr
EWat div, year or more and had a number of The first appearance on the stage! of !! I I. W, Harper 'fcisbi-

\Vinthiop resolved to end all this lie | friends here For some time it was I Mrs. 1.E'nl111:1" at the early age:; of
was lIt in lore with one, and he I i M aln House-401 S. Palafox street.
any !I known to friends that the domestic relations five )' ars. hl',1:1)'I..t\ the part of a R. R. Exchange Union Depot.
-Opp.
was no longer in the first Hush of
SJ ; | of the family were not altogether blind child! and rankly confessed thatIt I P. O. Box 2S1. Peusacola!! Fla. '
jouth. Ik- was thirty-four. He ri"olHi \
pleasant, but no such fateful was not o MICU'SN.: Unwisely she 'I Phones 116-268.
( to marry for oouienictire.almut t'istiug; 1 I ,
tragedy' as this was anticipated. had been ,given: a pair of new shoes .
amoii; his acquaintances he se :
About 11 o'clock Saturday night for the performance and so great was
Armed Mis.Luderlnirj', aged; thirty ,I I i I the child's delight In these that nothing
neighbors were attracted by the
Wlslill.Ii' 11\I'. and resohed to mike her a pioposition report I could induce her to keep her (')es shut LODGE DIRECTORY
of
a pistol and the screams of a wom-
of mairiace. lie \\ibeuioush i i and refrain
she should have done
I as
an. Rushing to the scene they found -
to know that a bare domestic: nrranpe- from at her beautiful
I. Mr. Nesmith lying on the flood witha taking stray peeps KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAB.l'enll&cola I
would not please a and
maul woman shiny footgear.Foley's .
clothes rubbed out than out. 1 1 1I bullet hole through his head and his, i
; are worn not being in lose. he would be unable '1 Lodge No. 3, K. of P.
brains slowly I oozing out in a pool of 1I
I He resolved,
to make lute feelingly. | Kidnev Cure makes the ....
'I II i meet every Monday 1
blood. Close his wife also shotin
therefore propose by letter, for he by lay t kidneys and bladder right. Contains lag at 7.3) at Case Hall

GOLD DUSTspare I j was a llnei't writer and in this form the head. Both were unconscious. nothing! injurious. W. A. D'Alem- \ In tbe ,Bloant. WMftOlHaUdlng .
third door.1'lting
I' oould counterfeit love no.lmirat.II1ss Mr. Nesmith died yesterday morn- : berte 121 :South Falafox street. brethren cordially

j nndtrlmrj was well spoken of by ever I linK at 4 o'clock :Orsesmitb succumbed welcomed. ,..
There's lots of be madein CAMPBELL,
a few hours later. money to
and
1..1. .v''jc needed a home was HOBBLER
your back and save your clothes. ; I real estate-lots of it. A real es- o.O t
I H.R.&B.
Here and there the
old ,enough 10 know that opt.ortunitiesfor over rooms were ,
'-' and far more economical than soap andr I 1 inniii.'ice would net l l.e likely to spots of blood and on the clothing of tate sign is usually a fingerboard to -
wealth.
Thos. C. Watson &
Washing Powders.Made M' ('OUI10 her thi'H'iiftor Winthrop had : the baby were blood stains that indicated 'CO., the leading Real Estate firm, 1

nut her in society only and made sei \'. I the efforts of the mother to I have some offers which it would I

i ernl! calls: upon her in the usual formal : reach her child in her extremity. It is '!'be worth your while consider. Go Aai1baa !
THE K. FAIRBANK COMPANY !
N. ,
only by
i way Cut: for the matter of that he 'supposed that Mr. Xosraith shot his I and see them to-day, and don't wait
56 r.c- Yogi, Boston St. Louis.-Makers of OVAL FAIRY[ SOAP. I till tomorrow.I I
I was inthn.itoith no one hut men.Hniii wife and then killed himself. I TJpol

;:: 111:111. up his mind, he sat i I made the OoW t
down In his room to write the letter, i WRECK ON L. AND N. I I Ala Your h.ldDl'f"I Medal Award to
'
rtobhs me.lIalllo
but threw i'oun his pen, suddenly dis. i, i i I pliree.Add.bterlmgaemedyCo.Cbicaturh SparuusPilUcunpallkiilner T.

fo\eriii that he did not remember the Two Freights Collide-One Man Kill. l.W.HARPERKENTUCKY I
SHAM DIAMONDS.They lady's Jhiistian name. The matter'': ,,
ed, Three Injured. Everybody has a right to a little
j must be dofcried.! The next day, meeting Xa"h'iUfTl'nn", March 4.-A collision 1 piece of this earth. But they must
4rr More 'iininion Than II an :itiitnt.uioe, a young: man of j yesterday afternoon between: two tight for it. They must watch their WHISKEY !

'iI EAp +;tirnfrull liiiiitlinil.A twenty, hurrying along the street he i' freight trains at Pulaski 80 miles "I chance to get it, and get it.
point In favor of the iliamoml, I is I caught him the sleeve and asked if GoIIJ .cclall "
by south of here on the Louisville and Thos. C. Watson & Co. __rd
also
j that its imitation is more or less easy he could tell him Miss Kmlerhury'gChristian '
] : have some particularly fine bargains -
f \ Nashville road Hayed traffic two I i i- = .
of dftt'Hioii n-.il iliiiinoiul fair
\ oiinnotl.e
cORN mine. The man answered hours and caused the death of one: | to offer just now, and they invite U\ICItO "c)).
loin bed with a tile, anil a fame one, I' ",\111'11'." Winthrop l made another effort vou to come and investigate\ same.
man and the injury of three others
C tinnuh; it :ul it1 trade to ;,,'I'atdl: that e\eniiis to write the letter andMiieecded I The ..lead.John : 1 You will never regret having done Salt Dy Daiitaer Bros.

fAINT fl.it", will not cut nn.irtz Its l>rilli.inrj in producing a \ery delioata so. I
Harile, fireman."
also fades, while tlie real tluini'MxlN epistle. ( The
,. err ,' Cral.BaalnnlandWarts, '\ I niisolutt'ly iiortnaiuMit It rctlt-its I it could not fail to touch the heart of Joe Zanoiie.injured K. C, BRENT WM. II RXOWLLH W. K. HYER JR. J. H, REES!!:.
a s eJi-y uwl pcrmuieimm 'ill tln light fnllin on its jMisti-rior Mir any woman He closed( it by requestIng engineer. President. \'I06PrelldenCashlllr, Ain't Cashier
/ J. 11, Martin conductor.Robert .
a lasorrl f.inat u n angle of In'hh'nl'c'Tl'atrr woulllih'lI'
urra that if Miss 1 Knderbury '
.., .,., B
t I. coon h.m.tIPPMar Wilson, brakeman
than "i tlosriys 13 minute hilt its to his proposal he might ln permitted

BROL cnunti-rfrMt only rtlioitN half this li;:lit. to rail the next arming nod hear of luaiupUince The northbound train was attpmpt- First
National
fees, Sran \ IJui Uu imitation cf the tliainoiitlu I frown her own sweet lips.I lag to pass on the main track but the Bank

." i H inoii- loiuiiion than i IN HIM;;. Afur nulshinj the note he read it over, switch for some unknown reason, was I

/7 i in tl There is a (:.",,1 Morj of out of 'I pronounced it a success, sicntd i it and! turned wrong and! the train ran in on II I

tinfit ions M. IntirKuinon; > i-n.toin sent it to the llnderlnirjs a siding where the southbound train OF PENSACOLA. FLA.iDin.uoTon.iBii .

's ,V Inihct into the well Uiinun The next day lie was rewards! witha was standing.

\11' hatter of h.irn ;!i'ins junl a,,UcilUii11 little cote written In a ftinliun Both engines; were wrecked :

BISEIJSESI\ ,,'<. "f a it.iriirv in exact iniitiitioii hand atknowled,;ill;: the receipt of his The killed and injured were on the ,
WM. H. KNOWLES W. A. BLOUNT. F. C. BRENT ;,. K. HYER JR1
.
.... of tu oinshe! iiroilnicil'a M. letter, the lady admitting that after his moving train.
arr--- sa as- .i D. O. BRENT
Cuurn,:two sure thnt the imit.itu.M \kindly! attentions mi the (occasion of her ,
th. most fatal of all dl. hooliMTTt-il the she had hom'e and
ire \v : il I I U |I''rf't? II.nl debut in society gone

I use ..'' I i' Iwauty TI"I reply flinl(:1 parity II"I.,of> culm.the ,i ili'-aiiK-d! the of him.n'ettius Winthrop, which tried must to hav'been remember Cures Sores Cancer, Ulcers, Costs Blood Nothing Poison,to Eating Try. OrrIin!D &D g mnU$ C Ezi: 1 !0 UA g bt ad S o oLV'We I 1L

Blood ; and
poison deadly cancerare
taiil'll.I
but I
before,
shall
It t\n\ n CURE h HIP same vorkman I \ some ten years

tDlEV't'I EtintiU j..b! Yon may rely upon iii I j I I The note was closed by an mutation the wor t and most deep-seated !
I ( OI9Iior ] \ "'..MIrjnn He his former work. I II" I to call in the e\euing. blood di-eaes on earth, yet the draw our own Billa of Exchange on Great Britain Ireland! .

1 .. r I'j! quartz is IIM-U for tlii-M- i i 'It Is as'onishiiiK," he said to him eaciest to cure when Botanic Blood Germany, France, Austria Italy, Holland Hpain, Belgium, RussIa, Not I' I

, money refunded. Cor\talna ,,', ,!,d| it i j. SUJ.I.IK-I in the wiiiil, I s..tt. "how Ion:? romance lusts In women Hum i is u-ed. If yon have bloo way, Sweden, Denmark and other European countries. ,

remedies recognized by emi i I'' .' Mi i forest. of rontiunelileaiL and how sensitive! they are to a little poison, producing ulcer, bone pain,

lot I 1"\" i:, -I, of men ilwlllllml'rs i.f \\o I attention, especially when passing pimples, inucuous pitches: falling "Vessels Disbursed upon tho Most Favorable Terms and theli
nent physicians as the but ; j :, .1::,1 girls: are tnijilojctl in the from girlhood \\omnuhoml" bur, itching "kill, crofula. old rheu- Obligations Taken Payable at Porl of Destination: Ten or Fifteen Dale I

Kidney and Bladder troubles.U I 1:1': -''' ,'11011 business, and they inaKt I 1 That e\eiiins MarkVinthr"p walked 1 1I nu5i-in or oiren ive form of catarrh after. Vessel Arrives there. '

,' ilKiumnd- but I up to the ind: 'rbuis' door as coollj awoul.1 Hne -cat and calfdeadly cancer eating I
fOe. ar411,10. in'l!: 1'earls {'I1II'r."d ttf Safety Deposit Bozo for Rent in Connection
fp-tf-rnu
his otlice. His only bleeding, sore, swellings -
U ,\ DALKMHKPrKj I -, m'-'es ami s.ipphr! The ;}.:iris pi to
be would not be able, tfl lump- p..r..j.tellt wart:: orore.. with which wo have a Private Apartment for theUia
i dread was that :
'ii-" the J i.iJsi! jioarls with fish scales) I, take Hotanic! Blood Halm H. H HIt of Ron t orll.
', I l\ iiixl color with mineral talk as he had written lie was tish I
is |Ih.lish I 1 will cure ever the wor-t cise; after
i .,. ..' '".r "slum's."-(;:lentil-man's MagHow's ('fl'olilltll -UlalllruwinJ: room, where: everything el-e fail. I'. B. H. drains -

,' he sat waiting; for Miss Knderburj.: the poi-on out d the -t.,.tPIl1 and the WICI< E & CO. I IPlumber.
wm HOP r I Go. : 1'rosently) he heard a rustle '-f skirt blood!, then epryore !iit-.il-, making

I Ihis and an apparition stood in I the do,'rwaj, the blood pure and rich and building -

:, We otter One Hundred I Dollars) reward .! ft young girl of nineteen, covered with : up the brok"n-down body. Ho-
for any ese of Catarrh that : blushes and sMMiutmly unable! to cros. tattle Hlood Balm < H, B. H. thoroughly Gas and Steam fitter
1 of feelIm 1I 1- : tf-ted fnr41: rearDrug
intensity ,
iMini'it be cured by Hall's[ Catarrh the thrl'sll..I.Cww an ,
I 'tore-, $1 I 'o'r large bottle.. Trial
se :and Japanese !. Cliff' ;, U'inthrop saw at once that thud ,
1-. J. riiENBY, & ('II., Toledo, O.We :[ was some mistake, but had the pre* treatment free by writing: Blond No. 5 South Palafox Street I
shim Co. .Atlinta ( Decnbntrouble
,
i i.
Fancy Goods I i tin uiuler-ifruod, ha\e knownF. I 1 once of mind to await developmentsi and fn-e medical advice All Kinds ot Plambijc; and Oas Fitting! Materials Kept on HandVJ.V.PHOSK I
J, t'III'II"fur the la.t I"t'ar"; .
,
I i without showing 'mltl\TII"lIIIf'lIt. Indeed given until curt d. li B. H. Joe!* not m "'10101\101.4. "'f," l I
dud III"h'nlj1ll1"'rf! -'I\Y\ honoruhle\ I
CHINA I 1
JIVE TEAS
the sight of so mm'h Iou-Iines+ contain mineral pol-on- or mercury ,
all tm-uie trailactionami
: ; -
*< ,' Palafox St.I'iiii.d.i. in : a\e him a flutter about the heart. In (ao in myulx <..iti-.ul t rnletiedo ;
11
u ail' ol
tinUfi.illy tu carry nut any >- THE GARDEN SECTIONo
f'" but ,'. Ct 01| I'nre liotanic l In-
-
Itpalwi. made b\ their linn. tier he rfto:.in/.ed one whom .1 w i- 'nip?
: Fla. it'E1.t'rRtIl'hnl'sale '.VV, months iK-loie he had met lit h' r d!I. >hll i ::tredieiltOS,"' ,,''KHi t-tlllol il- 01 t

i \Iruggist.,1'ultdu, \ (). ', nnd had passed Mime time ill her < <"'.I i our-hy, t iknu !H': ."n.ic liliMjJ Halmli o -

GOLA=Q I I\.tlII.: ]KINN .... MAKVIX.Wholi r'alt '. lie had not -ale Jll'u-.t; >, Toledo, O. I being introduced aid lhim-'h Ii'' '. "i Pensacola, Florida.

I Hall's i atarrah Cure i is taken in- Slit her se\eral titles slim \\i":,iiL'iiorant :
d Corn
Meal Mills
\ tern.ill; acting{ (iiitt-tly upon the i of it. The explanation 1',1,1"' i CASTOR I
hlooil ::ill| mucousurfjice-, of the Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.
,:4ZALEZ 4 CO., Prop J, -y?1t III. 1'iu 7V. per liottle. :sold i ii]>'>ii him. This niust be a joiitu-1 For Infants and Children. I:
of :Mis!s llnderbury 'J heoiu_- I
\ Totinionul-. t'r
bal drug"ii't.
\tannfactr i 'rsNh ;
U.-\\H: I't'Itl IGItOtNCMrurk : 'Hail" Fatuity Pills an the l e-t. i man of whom he had asked the lad''- The Kind You Have Always Bought Beautiful Lots for Sale.

11:1:11.'i : : I I'ynyItal.am Cenesrr tI tt.wayand I\ Knderhary! \ about his own Bears theSignature
of
one
,i ,MIIH, .iidu'.try for there lilmul ; make a fjm.Jj cud ottoii, mud lnhls reiuemlred that the + #- 40x137% feet at from $75 to $200 each accord-
buy. your ;\1"aIRel! j jn f. I| apVinthiop\ of ,
i ,,Itioin, Man; !" turt'r debut lu.' had drenmei' ing to location
'oil ",I""ur"or" homehdas-I I 'C night! after her and surroundings.
v ..Irttuthe 1 ooininun'ijr I of her and the next day regretted thai --

indirectly bvaetllvd. he was too old to marry a rosebud.\ Do watt a magnificent watch Exceptionally Good Neighborhood
\ .e 'pt labor you 011 f USE[ ijil \\inlhrop pro\ed himself fully equi' for little money?: If ;;o, call on I
I'' .'any. -o n rour.uoport.which yon live and' 10 the ol.'t'asiull.t'nncin; toward her Sieplitntlie: jeweler. He will accommodate High, Dry fertile Lands.
he ti (.k both her hands in his and gen you. -- I

tlv drewhr into the rootu. The grandest opportunity for investment ever

( \; 'ERA HOUSEinesday I "I am fully aware." he said feeHnz-! :: of House Fur- cffered in Pensacola. I

IT, "of the presumption of an old fellow 1et1f Stock -

"' -to1T, uslr--- like myself: aspirin? to such loveliness, inshingsandDecorations Borne Seekers Should See These Lots.
I but I eannut help it. After that meeting in great variety _

i ::; when you made your entree intosociety and at lowest at '
March 5 prices =
\ I dreamed of you and I am enchanted A-ST.C1Ubb
) sCorner
J. PEARL i to know that jou rl'aw'01 Marston

I.T t 101' I-'lift TIIIIO, the c ., j UlO lie" dropped Into lovemaking with Garden and Alcaniz Streets. '

.11 Mom) I'Uj, I astounding! ease. It was no trouble
|{ whatever. His words came to him east

REAPINGTHE I : i< ly and he was able to express himself -OFf A. ;1\1.[: A. i

1 I BRAND ; t( with a uulkacy suited to this tender very 11

l j( loWI'r f FRUITS AND CONFECTIONERY f fAT 1

i "Oh. Mr. Winthrop." said the girl SIXCE? OR TO AVERY A WOOLKOLK .

i i "what a mature man of the !
can you
BK1N&I & POWDER i world sue to admire, to lo\e. In a mere :IMPORTER; AND JOBBER OF

H HARVEST, chit like myself?" C. APOSTLE'S
"Your modesty little swe heart, only ,

"1 Drama in I'nur Acts. ( readers you more lonely. From th* HARDWARE.
.
Its TIIIII IIK It, I YOUR GROCER KEEPS IT ( moment I saw jou ou that e\eniii-; 14 East GoTerinHt St.,
i Why recount the !Winthrop toV.? ,

For The Multitude. The IT IS lBSOlU TflY I I JIll I I : They were excusable, for Ue was HJ. Formerly Cordova Restaurant Btand Iron, Nails!; Axes Shovels, Saw: Mill and Hteamboat ;! I

!Sweetest Ever Told ': transported wIth rapture that he i".rtfj One car-load of Pineapples at t f<1.75 bapphes, Co kin? and Heating Stoves, Paint, Oih I!
i) \ of the dozen. Window Glass, Guns, Pistols and Fishing Tackle. -
*' itiment and Pathos V : ;, billeted tbt'ms in! the case to 12.00 per I

l the Hcaluof! J'unty. ::11 5 IWwafaetared in Pensacola ,' \ ;'! oath of Uncle Toby, the accusing;: angel; \ Agate and Tinware and Heusefnrnisliing Goods.
handed themIn.
mint have Mushed as he
With Special Scenery by the c Hy n mistake Winthrop had found ANTAL-MIDY L9 AGES FOR BIRMINGHAM ; I
Ii ROLLING MILL CO IPA Y-a: I ,
!Liti'.tlechaniclI: : ; who could not only! make a ..

Ktlects.; t Buffalo (Kg. Co. j f fI fThi.sIgnature : a home woman, but who could throw over that These tiny Capsules are superior Revere Giant Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery : :

: home the enchantment of fairyland. I to Bataun dot Copaiba, Wheel Co., Liftin &: Rand Powder Co., Johnson's Kalsornlne 'j i

yes- 25, 50 75 and SI ._ ; love that grew with each I Cubebs I and .Injections M1f Iron Kins( and Buck Stoves and Ranges, Wm.
Theirs was a
-
I I -- - -- They cure in 48 hours the I Coups &: Co.'a Raw Hide Lace Leather, Masury'a
II succeeding Made Railroad Colors.
I Ia on every boz or the genuine 1'Jr.ElT.. "AXCIIDEX. [same diseases without anyincon-

r3 /: Laxative Bromo-Quinine. Balsams from the Northern' Wood I rssmnce. MLDBYftUMUGGlSTS{ I Masonic Temple {
; /1' 'Yf/tLe moody toot ..ass w .... .. ..c .,. are 1II1'11JJthe certain cure tot coufiii. Pensacola Ha.L .

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f.j 11'lj 1 J.11. 'THE DAILY NEWS : I A SERIOUS MARINE DISASTER REPORT I OILY A-SUGGESTION- I "STRONGEST IN 1'HEVORIJD--=!,.


11i f Entered at the 1'oit Office at Pensacola. The schooner James B, Jordan,
yi&., iecond-cla matter. of Interest and
; Proven
But It Has
I ,I '\ '. which arrived Sunday with cement: CAUSED The 42d Annual Statement for Year
i +11 OffICE :-PUl'i Building, 211i! South reported that she had passed a lot of Value to Thousands.

;( ,III 'u I PlAfox street, up-slairs. floating cross ties about loO miles Common sense! would suggest that Ending December 31st, 1901, of

,f 1\\ll!;I due south of Pensacola. if one wishes to become Jleshy and
I ;i'' lIlT!)? CBLISHEI BYi' Various opinions were held as! to AMAZEMENT ;: plump it can only result from the

:i i' I [rt THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO where the ties came from but the ;, -- food food should we eat be and albuminous digest, and n that"sn- ':, TB ijlTB!! LII! A&AN C E mTi,

In mystery was! cleared up yesterdayby forming food, like eggs, beefsteakand
Cr \tlf\t.i \ Terms: Invariably in Advance the arrival here ol news which The announcement from Tallahassee : cereals; in other words, the

I \I '' J One Tear by Mall)1: stated that the barge Henry L.I i yesterday afternoon that the kind of food that make flesh are the
i* His Months h s \" foods which form the greater part of j'
"f'. { 1 One Week.by Carrier Payable Monday 10 Greg, being towed by the Echo and state auditor had rendered a report our daily bills of fare. I'i.Assets.___ $331,038'v
1 I. } laden with tie*, had gone to pieces to Governor Jennings, the substanceof
t l in the storm of Friday. i Reserve and Other Liabilities 269,910.675
H:, !} : 7 tdrerlisirg Rates furnished on Applicati'n Robt. A. Hyer, agent;. for the Echo. I which was produced In TilE i
that he had had I NEWS, caused profound amazementin
i, 'I'' j'tt w stated news up today to noon from the Echo, but no I the city and among the many ,, Surplus (From which Dividends are PziO! ) $ 71,129.04:2Paid :

I'1 '. thought that she wassafe, and would II friends of the three officials directly
d,1 UNION (ABEL i I probably! run up to Pensacola, this
; \ :; 1''' 111 fl being the nearest port from the ) affected by Auditor Knott's findings. 1 1t to Policy-holders in 1901 $ 27,714.021
Constable
scene of the disaster. : Sheriff Smith, Bjbe: and

} M i4(1I { The Echo Mt Mobile with the Justice Landrum each received a New Insurance in 1901 ... ... .... $245,912.057
I i barges! Tabor, Gregg and Bartlett. letter from Governor this
t Jennings
-
. TELEPHONE NO. 118.MARCH I
>,.j-? .l" each of them laden with ties, the morning informing them ef the I Total Ins. in force Dec. 31, 1901, $1.179.276.725
, \; ,.W property of the Cuban Tie Company,
F\ ;$ I p 1 PEHSAOOLA, 5, 1902 and bound for Havana. When status of alftirs and notifying them f

k 1t some :2UU miles out the tug ran into that the amount overpaid! would I p Notwithstanding the greater financial strength of the S.M' ,

1 I$; the teeth of the heavy storm, and ata hive to be refunded by March Iii, greater security which its policy-holders thereby enjoy the !1.,1\ > ,. ,
, ,' "Gl'SHEKs" Texas average: one time tha wind blew here at 'A The officers are at present at a loss
LOW and GUARANTEES: better than given by ether com .
'; : j ,tJ.'I' thousand feet in depth, and spout mile It is estimated that the wind i]. to state what they will do in the ; :

j :!Ii' oil an average height of 130 feet. 'encountered by the Echo had an premises, and each of them refused ,
;"; extreme velocity of 1110 miles. to be quoted! today.: They all feel'' But the trouble is that: while we
! :! \ \ Pensacoln oil wells are nearing thelimit. The barges became unmanageableand much humiliated over the report.In eat enough and generally too much.

I IIn ,., to keep from wrecking herself addition to the letter from the' the stomach from abuse and overwork KNDWLES BEDS. Gen. Agents
; \ it is thought the Echo cut loose the governor\ Justice Landrum received does not properly digest and : ,
(;:I I' t:1!! ..:: As exchange complains that Tabor and Gregg. an itemized account, !showing plainly assimilate it, which is the reason so ; >1

.J ,' ; *'Grandira" Hoar talks like a democrat 1 The tug retained her hawser on l i what costs in particular had been many people remain thin and under 309 d. Palafox Street PENSACOLA. FLA.

: 4 and invariably votes the other the Bartlett and it thought heldto illegally allowed, the list covering a weight; the digestive organs do not -- -
I' it until the storm subsided, or cut period of 12 months. digest the flesh-forming\
1 'f completely i
,t'.r way. Isn't: that "good politics, loose from it and lay by, attaching A number of gentlemen in the becsteak'and eggs and similar OIL STRUCK $:'J75. It.CISIL.U'L"tU.: .' sI
'ii- .e, according to modern politicalethics another hawser when the raging elements city stem inclined to the opinion that wholesome food. 0.1 I I
, You strike oil to The prettiest launch t
r. I .1 can by going is
::1 ? would permit. the charges wereoverpaidun account There are thousands of such who M. furniture Launch. 16 foot I'.. .
: :, 1 r j. __ The Tabor i is fitted with !sails, and ,, of errors on the pan of the county' ate really confirmed dyspeptics, although and Pryur's 22 West big Government house street.:'JO runs very fast. one-H.The Ilacmjs '-
'If.} :i THE fate of Florida's Indian war will probably come here under her auditing board. This hoard looks have particular'pain .
they may no We have nothing; but bargains to offer i the one adopted bv the Pal.
own locomotion. She has experienced over the bills at the end of eacii ft)
. : claim is in the hands of the house, or inconvenience from their in all clashes of furnitur". It n't ican Exposition in Buffalo lIt
: more boisterous storms than days and cut out all"hich are
i-11 j t iJ l the senate having passed the omnibus stomachs. i miss them. they; are the best more rehab
; that just passed, and has come out deemed irregular; and ualawful. If such would lay their
i i: I claims bill. Voutre"smeu'park' safely each time. Then after the auditing board gets prejudices aside persons and make a regular any other; they an- impi(

t, k'y)' man and Davis now have the opportunity About; 11 o'clock this morning Mr. through with the bills, they are referred practice of taking, after each meal, The finest line of uir.br-ll i* n; the worthy safe Brothers and full guaraLippurm
1- *' Hyer had a visit from a relative of to the finance: committee of city i is at J. I. Stephens'. G.1 lookat 1 Nivaniuli.!
of their lives to the one or two of Stuart's Dyspepsia
,'i. capture are agents from the manufuctui
; i one of the Echo's crew who pleadedfor the county commissioners, who usesthe them.
r.t 4 t everlasting regard of their constituents. information Tablets the food would be quickly and carry a stock of these boats
as to the tug'swhereabouts. ; knife unsparingly; and cuts to a and because''
rV." I Ii The little boy's low margin the total thoroughly digested, times; sizes: IS ft., 21 ft.. 25 ft
i
these tablets time natural
1 .. _. .. contain hand be
to shipped ut
- a mom
; ; 'I brother. Will Contioly. i is a deckhand Various expressions of syrr.pithv
t f ( THE senate having passed the separate of the steuuer and the little for the gentlemen are heard on all peptones stomieh and diastase lacks, and which by supplying everyweak You cannot afford to buy an un- notice ; trial given to any one wing

.t1r (1\\ : irrigation bill providing that fellow showed a great affection for sides, and it is hoped that the differences this want the stomach is soon known untried Bicycle, when you to purchase.LIPHMAX. BKOVHKImlltf
; his seafaring relative coining will be settled : I
; by amicably to I
f 1 ,l : all moneys received from public into Mr. Hyer's office, his eyes full all concerned. enabled to regain its; natural tone I can get one of the three standar\ for Savanna! > >
t:1: laud sales in the states and territo of bounds, and vigor.
I I tear* His joy knew 110 -- -- Stuart's Tablets the same money
Dyspepsia digest
s" 'Itl I containing arid lands shall be when assured of his brother's safety. TEACHERS' TRAINING SCHOOL every form of Ile-h-forming food All kinds of builder

J J11'ji.'\ ., applied to irrigation and reclamation -- -- meat eggs, bread and potatoes: and i Columbia, hardware at rock lotion

'I t ,I'I' I v ( ;I the rivers and harbors bill f is DAMACE TO THE Supt. Mliea'B' Callsnention to Department this' is the reason they s-o quickly ,1 prices at the Willis Hat
I '
.IJ comparatively: sate in Slate ColleEducational -;?- build up, strengthen and invigorate; Monarch,
;
,I SCHOONER'JORDAN thin, dyspeptic men, women and ware Co'c.Fogey's .
] :: IVpartment, sat of Florida.
children- Crescent
', A SATE contemporary, referring lallntin*> To School ?1fICirb: and '1'e/ ctiers: Invalids and children, even the
r I ''I'I to a newly-wedded friend, remarks In the survey yesterday; of the It affords me great pleasure to most delicate, u-e them with marked I-.omU-t-w ol" lio AVoriil. Kidney Cure

q, that he "i,; said to be possessed witha American schooner James B. Jor again! call attention to the Teachers' benefit as they contain no strong i cukes kidneys and bladder right.

f. : t reasonable economical disposition : dan, which arrived Sunday, it was Training: School department in the irritating drugs, no cathartic nor j You can't afford to spend money

't i I I. as well as other good traits that ;1 found by the board that she must Florida State College at this place. any harmful ingredil'nt."tuart's i patching old tires when you can getj
: The term of this will Dyspepsia Tablets is the
department ;
The
speak words of encouragement for : receive new fore rigging, foot hoots open March 10. and continuA for most successful and most widely j pair of Morgan &;: Wright. D. '1'., Uappy Home well'r

f h! i''' ,, \ the mutuality of both him and hi shrouds, new fore topmast and pre three months. Students will b. | j ?r- ,'i known of any remedy for stomach j' put on for $;50'.,.
; i I' : i beloved bride." How perfectlytweet venter "tay The main rigging was mitted to enter at any time till -Jay :,;,., troubles because it i is the most I furnished home. vii 1 arstOl
.tl. 'I I. that i i-! 1. though: to receive the greatest reasonable and scientific of modern I New Bicycles: from $12 to $.5.;
damaged such
to an extent as to be J' Quina can supply
I benefit all should enter medicine yoi
I -- as near
Second-handtrum : ; ll.'jii.Lot .
fJuO to U
,1 ).' : "TH subject: of establishing canJtf. unserviceable and will be removed. the beginning as possible. The success Stuart's: Dyspepsia Tablets are : with all needed in the watj
\ A new main sail is to be placed in of this department for the pasta sold by every; druggist in the I'nited of fC<,nd-hfand guns, been I
I neries in Florida to work up surplus i the place of one badly torn, also two years gives evidence that the States"and Canada as well as in of house furnishings at the

,n fc.Mi! l crops of fruits and vegetables i"JI. : new main [gall in place of the old third session will be eve.[ more successful. Great L'titainat cO cents for complete rented, almost given away. I lowest prices, cash or credit.

: : I 1" again being talked about in the paitl one, which. was ,sprung. The forestay treatment. Largest; stock of Fishing Tackle -- --. --
sail boom, lore staysail ana Since it is the aim of this training Nothing further is required to cure : I
I Vers, says; the Leesburg Commer south of Baltimore. SCHOOL! "''I''I'LIES;
martingale guys are to be removed, school to aid in providing more till- any stomach trouble or to make'
itl I "' cial. And it has been thus talked One boat wa lot which will be re- dent teachers fur all the public ; thin, nervous, dyspeptic people Golf Repairing. TENNIS RACKETS: At C, \'. lliompMin'H
No. 11 Honlh
n\\ 11 about in the papers for many years, pi iced by a new one. The bitts needreeaulking school, to reduce the number of'' strong, plump and well.EXPRESSIONS .
Iil Hetrungo. falatoi.Besides
where shakenby
they were
: apparently; with meagre results. mere school-keepers by giving! professional -
the heavyset No damage was the standard lines of st.t
r training and skill to help All kinds Lock, Gun, Revolver
.1 t, I Nevertheless, let us not weary in I,, done to the hull. by OF tionery we have, in tint*. with n 1
I every possible means to intensify
f : well-doing: The Jordan oil Bicycle, Typewriter and General velopes to match
i. l .___ was ju-t the ways interest in popular (education it is :
T--- at New York, where Royal Crystal Bond
she had been
Done.
my to and Repairing
l II, '" "TILE III"mht'r,; of the Florida Press re-coppered. :She will be overhauled purpose this, as heretofore encourage, as one recognize of the FLORIDA EDITORS Hurd's! Holland Bond

'I association are respectfully advised here. teachers' training schools understate Ladies' Art Htatlonery.

that they arrest people in Peusacola auspices -- Foreign Mail, Etc.
I The entire is B. Bruee I Artists' Material Mice Ss.: ,
r REAPING THE HARVESTOPERAJIpUSE faculty named in the
for wearing dirty clothes.; A change announcement set out by the college The BestPosted.The I F plies, Memorandum Books Ktc.

\ in the place of meeting should at TONIGHT as instructors in this training school Tallahassee Capital is the 1I..t- All new and bright.

I once be made," says the Gainesville de artmeut Among these are President i- |posh'l! political eras sheet in tilt'I'tah'I'aatka 15 8. Palafox

k 1 1"unay, Brother, the only change A. Murphee: Prof. I,, W. Tinies-1herald. the *
I the Harvest" Buchholz and Prof. Cash o Credit
"Heaping furnishesthe Arthur Williams or lureI ;:
of
[I. necessary is one raiment lle=ides, richest sort of while the who have had much experience Every County. on
comedy
y. every visiting member will be registered In teachers' training school; \Ve hope to see every county in Florida I tries Marston Juina' i
and tagged/ as a measure of plot to a strong story of the heart, work. The announcement detailed represented| at the l!) c': fair. \\ ith 9'
f' protection. i is being laid. The follies of youth, other advantages offered by the college r.early emery one pulling in the same 3- are the lowest. 1 1

I ----- with it. usual results, is, in a sense. and which can be had only in direction, there need not be a county -

!" i art I WllEX: the widow of the late C. P. a delicate subject, but its handling connection with the bt: equip'pedinstitutions without an official exhibit.: -Exchange. t\ When Your Joints Ilr"-Slid I II

1 Huntington reached New York from': in "Heaping the lIan'e t" is somasterly of the country. Hurry Up. I and muscles i
i II Tuition is free the best and J your sore; from coM
. that ; cheapest -
there i is
Europe the other day she surprisedthe an action in its construction not a syllableor that boarding facilities are now obtainable The state fair is home time off yet. i rheumatism, when you slip ... 1

customs officers by declaring on could offend the init fil tidiou4, since the erection of the but if our people| l desire to .be suitahlyrl'j..Uh.o.l I pram a joint, !strain your sid J
had bftter take time ws bruise Painkiller .
they | yourself
will
worth of in On the new dormitories; and reduced rail- i !
her
$?;oH.0! goods trunks, contrary there is a lesson in
I t. line, road fare 011 the return trip is guar- Iiy the forelix, l II y taking; and woiKing .' j 4 out the soreneaid fix ;you nr' !
a moral in
j ; on which cheerfully paid duties the every result. great good anteed. Considering all the aboveit for e:\hlhits now. and then by the tune ajilfy. Always have il with \
H,. ', amounting to3l&K'\ >I. Now let the the This play will be presented may be predicted with confidence tin fair opens l'Q'lhing will I I"H m I and ue it freelv. Avoid substit .
at house
,, li l- opera tonight. readiness for the there is but .
that ('a..ion.-l'alat' HIP Painkiller. I'
; I, New York group of rich women superior advantages can be offered '
1t;' .;; who protested recently against the Driving Out she runny.These : by no teacher training"chool! Times Herald.! Davis'. Price 2.x?. and &ic.O.A.STOTIT.A..
-
in the state.
:,1 f\, j too familiar attentions of the officials are the dayof colts, sharp The co-operation( : of schoo 1 otlict rs A Fixed Fact. ; .

i t 1 1 withdraw their protest and and sudden attacking throat and in every p.,rt of the state is invited Now in all candor and truth: Isn'tit .t Bun the lie Kind Via Kate A'IS' & ,

fx I follow au honest woman's excellent lungs, and leading i to consequences to the end that this training school a fact that if Caiucsullf i-iti/cns ag1lture:
I one doe not like to think about. be were not such sleepy and olh..r.lihp1.1Ilatits 4Qf -#'
liberally
may and that
patronized
t. i1'I Iii\ example! Avoid further exposure and fight the whole state iiuy reap the full and had the ::11)1-'iiliy am'! in High Livingis .
the enemy of health and comfort benefit of the superb terprisc the people ar'' C-aj-j a> BANNER
; I WALL street trust magnates rushed with l'errD.avi...' opportunitiesoffered SALVE
ii' l ji Painkiller the to all desiring to better pre- 1.I"sSt.twilh., she foiilcj have )h1| agovernment i possible at low cost. Our ,
patronsare
t : over to Washington in a panic family stand-by for sixty It the most healing salve In
I years. themselves for Uvt world
\ pare the jjreatwoik building u :i y ars ac-:? !:1 particularly well fed, yet none *
."I'j when the announcement was made conquers a cold in a day.; See that of teaching.It this is not the fart r.. j that the president had ordered the you but get the right article. There i is f U earnestly requested that these vine Sun. much money ou the "inner man'
,' one Painkiller, Perry Davis'. circulars be distributed those .AT.:+-
'f ;! attorney-general to bring suit .- .- ---- among At
most likely to profit by this opportu-
t} 4 I against the Northern Securities ADELAIDE THURSTON nity. MISS ARMSTRONG'SADDRESS 1'lie :20th() Century

t't.p I company for the purpose of testing For further information address '

i ;;'tf" !1tt the legality of the combine it wascreated IN SWEET CLOVER Buchholz Prof. A. A., Tallahassee Murphree, or, Florida.Respectfully. Prof. L.. W. TOCHRISTIAN Rest! an ran tz<$*t KICK'SOysters

to effect ; and they had the I I
.
A S ..h'I' unparalleled audacity to rebuke the Adel tide Thurston will appear W. X. :SHKAIS-: WOMEN excellent meals are served at i

lrr president because they had not been here in her new play -:.SweetClover State Superintendent of Public In- a food very is reasonable of the finest price.The quality. ; I

-:Vu, notified of his intention in advance ," next :Siturday ni;ht. The struction. well cooked and welUerved.' Dining

11' .;' .k i t>o that any injury which might remit title i is said: to surest what the play members For further of the information school board apply, or to AH Pensacola ladies who are interested room is well appointed and comfort-
in Christian Mission work able. Restaurant !
to their interest might be fore i" to b ;
.1. -:i delightful admixture of Supt. X. B.: Cook. 5mlw
should assemble at the First B. Phone -i'H.
i stalled. His re.-ponse to their protest comedy and pathos, the scenes of -- ipti-t
""'1"I has not been made: public, but which are equally divided betweenthe STROX' KVIUKNCE >u+tains the church at :S o'clock tomorrow afternoon
t.1h Pearl &
11" 'popular verdict that Nicolau
city and the The Ely's Cream ,
Zt i" it probably far from being f in his country. } to hear the address of Mis5
was I character: ofLois Holcorabe," Balm i is worth its weight in gold
1 ; ''i\ I: I''! usual strenuous style. The curious which Miss Thurston will play i is as Trial size lo cents. Full size "y) Annie Armstrong of Baltimore: to 216 B. Palafox :rit."Kranieh .
'''' i,,< I It and fragrant cents. Sold by druggists and mailed the Ladies': Missionary Society of
I. !1 ; i 'I fact that these 1 arro.'aut; people really pure as the blooms ..
'I i I ) imagined that the president of the from which the play. I is mined. A by: Ely: Brothers. 5H Warren :St., New that church. I in all styles'Short
natural York. :Miss Armstrong is a distinguished
country slower she finds
i !, ,I. j{ I I I United States should have been herself among the hothouse plants Proberta, Cal. Christian worker and an eloquent & Hach" i

I more considerate of their iudiv idu:il of the city's gayest: societr. The Mes-rs. ELY BK<}S.-I have been speaker.Job. orders promptlyfilled

jt"n' interests a matter involving an stirring events which transpire are afflicted with catarrh for twenty and '"Lester" Pianos !
said to make Mhgulirly fascinating years. It made: me so weak I thought; Couldn't Have Stood It I'
; ,' ; .ll. t'd'inlatiln by them of the There I had ; I bottle
pi consumption.
i.
; ly. to be got one
: \\j',' laws of the land, illustrates, as no tine scenery, costumes a and carloadof elec- ol Kly's Cream Balm and in three If he'd had Itching Piles They're are unequaled in sweetness of tone, Best the market

11; '!is other recent occurrence has done, tric etlect=. The supporting company day the discharge stopped.\ It is terribly annoying; : but Bucklen'sArnica durability, long standing in tune and
is headed the best medicine I have for Salve will cure the worst are preferred by leading musicians affords !
by Otis used
1t impression prevailing ; I; Thayer.I
the among catarrh. ca-e of piles on earth. It nas cured
t t j" this class of republicans that the pay the printers h to tell you about FK\NK E.Very KINHLF.SPIKE.Mr. truly. :. thousand For Injuries, Pains or er"Agency for "Chickering," "'[Veb- Private parlor for
national government is to be regarded Bodily Eruptions the best salvein andCrown" pianos.In .
the
: : big bargains in -
t. iffol furniture. If Thomas Dixon has the world. Price 2oc a box. Cure dinner parties.
a sort of annex to their you miss them it is accepted aposition
as fault
: your not piano-players have
\. } t' with The Clutter Music guaranteed. :Sold by W. A, D'Alem- we the "An-
> \ several enterprises, useful thereto mine. Yours truly. U. M. Pryor, 'M gelus," "Apollo" and "Uecilian."
t .1.' t and : West Government street. House as music clerk. Come and berte. 121 South Palafox street. I
t. ,' when they so desire, but never, in hear the new music played ; all The celebrated Victor !
1 Monarch"Talking
": 1' : any event to assume an antagonistic music at half price. The Clutter Thos. C. Watson & Co., Machine, the !)nest in the l Mobile Oysters
!'I f J attitude, under penalty of their supreme Music House have placed on sale the leading, Real Estate AeenU. take world.
\1" : Hood's PillsP [ oHH copies of good mu-ic for teaching all the worry oil the shoulders of the I DELIVERED: A XV

i 1:ii 1 i ix ''f. displeasure. i pieces at five cents per copy; call owners of property, manage the Violins, Mandolins and Guitars at PART OK THE UTY.
1. --- net trine> nor irritate the and see it, reduced I
ahmaentary :jmlw renting of their houses and the collection prices."r.
.
FINE: FRUIT.THE .
t ai They alt -- ,
,, I : Mothers can safely give Foley's tfitlj yet of their rents a= conscien1tiocsly
I Honey and Tar to their children for l'r"IIJI.tJ leansc! efiertuahy and Coaster Brakes put on wheels for as they would themselves.''

j 1 "I f coughs and colds, for it contains not Give Comfort 13; 00.) Go to F. B. Bruce's.I Their charge are very reasonable. the Clutter Mll 1 slc llolle i UNION RESTRURANT.

.I, opiates or other poison \V. A.
D'Alemberte, 121 :S. Palafox.: Auld by all druEgifts. Z'n Lents. .. Know One sure r.emedy: Pyny-Balnara Stop the Tl llSog, I Frank L. Wilde,
: 1 t f..riinobiUiiUee. Itt Lame b Pt-Pakam sud Qu.c..1z...eae LLrtammaloC III U.'btVSt. 112-114
SPa'afox St. Proprietor, Opposite Union I Depot..r


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THE DAILY NEWS PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA, .WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5,1902.
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B. H. FAIRCHILD, i iurIIDLHTERTR BASEBALLAT I Spring '.Wretchedness, I!I MARITIME. '


: THE BEER II
and Permanently
: Misery, Suffering I

ROMAN STREET. KIPOR"a : 'HAT MADE
?g EAST

..'.", ,- iV and Refinishing Furniture a THE BEACH : BanishedVh For March to date"__..._'?. ?__. .Ml.7". MILWAUKEEFAMOUS

Specialty \ n You UsePaine's ARSIt tin.
-- It bit Cmberto I, 75, Analde Genoa to

rIsoruo 403. --..., RODasco tiros
..
-

-- R. K. WHITE, _Maria- Compoiiol Nor blc Mftcea.SAILED.Ellefson. Buenos! Ayres! .
the Palmetto : Au sen Harry MessrrGsrlandNew fork' It M. Pasteur of France invented a process for kill
Manufacturing Jencler ) .t Am scb Hattie C Lace, Neal, Sew York ,
'; !. ,,n.aur, lf J Beach Park I t bk 1 net 1-:1111I. Bartoletto Buenos Ayres ing all possible germs in a product t. and we use it.
; lr acb M 1)H..Gould Havana
Graduate; Uptician, I
dull| t tI I J ,: has signed an Ames Winifred, Armstrong. New York After: each bottle of Schlitz beer is filled and sealed

,rilitoi ,t.. Pf.MOl,111j c .t'--" agreement with A Cured and irateful; Farmer's Wife
I
l ( CLKARII it is sterilized.

::41- Manager Shaw Iieclam; That 1'aine's! IVlery Brscb M D >, I'<\), Gould by Klx M Robinson l This is an extreme precaution. The beer is brewed
> "\ of the Mobile for Havana with l; .lUJ s ft lumber; 1
W'': fI value S'-'.llJ: in filtered air then
j '- Stonewalls for Compound Almost Raked Ubkbaecicin Kerello Mil. Ralnerl. by in extreme cleanliness cooled ,
THEVEATI1ER
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r __ two games to Her from the irate.(: :' Rosasco Bros\ for Marietta with r.t'.uv$4.4lU s ftlumber,197dtgafteswnllmbervalue filtered. It seems impossible for a taint of impurity to

:March! Am 81 Winifred. .Armstrong for .New
be played at the beach on York, with general cargo get to it. Yet ire sterilize every bottle.

TO-DAY and 16, successive Sundays. The We, who know brewing know the value of purity.
Stonewalls will come here next Hat-: THE 8J111'FINO.
urday night and the game will be A few words to weak,broken down, We add vastly to the necessary cost of our beer to I
nervous, and sick women at this drink it the healthful results of
it. You who
played Sunday afternoon. VESSELS: IX POKT.STEASSU1P9. assure get
time, and the perusal of Mrs. Shep
> < AT--Kair tonight with ,' With few exceptions, the Pensacola i> herd's letter will we trust, kindle our precaution. Your physician knows; ask him.

i jraday fair; fretn norlbi team will remain the same as hope and inspire fresh confidence in Dutch Ameland::, Lap, to W r; Keyser -
many a home where some loved A CoNpenAlicia.: Ask for Schlitz ", hfie t.rougo.
i- played last Sunday. The weak field- .i .tdLuzarragstohulfTran- fI
mother wife, or daughter is hover
eralure in Last 24 Hour ers will be substituted by stronger \ ing between life and death. At this sit Br Co Inchmona ::r.: Heneburg, to Uulf

Tm .. ,.. .>degrees i players for the coming game, and it season thousands are Hearing the Transit Co Every Bottle Sterilized E.
Span )Madrlleno 1777, Bilbao, to W L WittichACo -
U drpreea i< believed that Mobile will leave grave; all can be saved by the :

more surprised than ever after the prompt ue of Paine's Celery Com I I tier Orion, low Wolf, to lIaar, DunwodyA
'pound. 1'1r8.'irginia Shepherd, Co CO.
Elsewhere &
: BEAR
1'inperature I game. Pensacola showed a great PoweltonV.. Va., writes as: fol Itr Kiplingham. lute, Johnston to H H LEWIS ,
Max. Min..11 Boyer
weakness in the field last Sunday, .: lows: hHII'K.
..
tI :tJ
-. i and the costly "breaks" of the fielders I i "I had been sick for eight years, \nnlhale.lI i. Kiitore, to order I Sole Agents for West FloridaWHO'S
a* ;; and tongue can tell what: I suf- JlAR&
;;: .'" enabled the visitors to score Kns Albion..>. Snaltto86 LCo :, '
fered. I would have of
spells nervous -
,_1: ;: twice. It Biancbetto, Ml, Mortola, to Rosasco I
..... :, 111it headache when I would keep Bros! }
: and Lever will be
i, I'.f-r Mooney my bed five and six days! and could. It liacclcin: Kevello al'>, liainerl, to Kosn -|
:d the batteries; for the local, and Oliver "tro Bros
not nine;; head oil the pillow.
4'7a '.4 Sanchez and Pine will play the my Nor Calmtjatore*-, Konnsen. to \\' WI 1 YOUR TAILORE. ?
:.1tl .4i ba..etoore: of the yindwilli Then I would get: numb all over, and e) fun
rtii pi., navy they would have to rub and work It Carets L. *7;:). Leberals Ko-atco Eros
** ; play short *top, but the other men to alive, and I It Cl>fOOR.lla''. liozzo: to order
over me keep me
7t 1! have not been as yet selected. Nor Uovre, 7!*. Larsen, toVr H Keyset ,
.e .7i -- would have sinking spells and palpitation A Coi I
i"I of the heart, but thanks to t Florida liu'l. Hellermo tol'arodi&Co o = m=z:=i. =- --o
Danger of Colds and La Grippe. Paine's Celery Compound, and I Nor Isabel. 117'Wreto1itlI.Co |
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It 1.lnli.0', Snmhollno to Ko nsco Bros
The greatest danger frwm colds cannot praise it enough I have not It l.inrflllih. T.Mortolft., to order ,
and li grippe i is their resulting in had a headache for six weeks a Nor ,Mag.hiliua, lied, lieigemen to lUtl ;| v. YRIGE & GO.VSPECIAL

pneumonia. If reasonable care is: thing; I could not say before in ei used, however, and. Chamberlain's Your Compound* nl/nm-t It PensaculatK.Stiuuaetti, to Farodi &
NEWS NOTE S i Cough remedy taken, all danger will /'mi-til ni j'l'uni tlif fffari. as I had (,0
avoided. Among the ten thousands given up all hopes of this life until IICUOO:
i who have used this;; remedy for my husband read one of your pamphlet I>an Atlantic, 2'i\l. Rs,mus.en, to master REPRESENTATIVE
I thee di"pa..es, we have yet to learnof *. After I had been' iiMng it I Am Billle O'.elllaliNorwood. to master I ,

a single case having rei-ulted in felt better than I haii fur three Am iriiarlcs L yblebe11.54'I. Wald.on. to \\II.L. UK IX J
which snows conclusively ." Mi-rntt A Co CITY...
I : .,1 i -mall UK-S art being pneumonia yearsfiiisoi Jno A THIS
:: I'laza and in Palafox that it is a certain preventive Am Donna Christina 1';i, AxeUen to '
masterBr
of that dangerous malady. It will ; etbe Bimple-t dyes tuadr Jno A Mer- f
; Mom to
(lGreta.117.! on.
cure a cold or attack of I la grippe in I \ Dyes"j chIld van use th"Ill nit toAm 7 p 11 THURSDAY m f mnr
\1\,1-| <-xcur-ion to Lady's I11 less time than any other treatment. John K Kranz, 4>7, Harding to order ;

tri(| f.>r today, wis It is pleasant and safe to take. For Stop complaining about the leaky Am John K Bergen, M", Gault, to \
d| ."i!I account of the cold sale by all druggists; and medicine I tires on your bicycle. Well, what ter 018--1 /J\ March L 6lli ui> llli

i dealers. must I do? Send it down to F. B. Am Br Onegait's.LrUaut James Ii Jordan Hemper.to,;!to J no\ I. r

i i.-lii.wuu''I: 'n: tiled with Bruce and have a pair of new Mor- to: and will Display his ,.,.. oil
rk ..f the: circuit court this PENSACOLA LIBRARY gan & Wright tires put on for $5UO Am (IllvrIWhittier, M3, Whatter to I

,Ih: \\.I\ tirtfiiMorriou v-. ArM and be happy. orderUP.OL6LREDANDISAILEDFDR' SPRING AND SUMMER

'1 n-: ".anit f..r divorce. E. SUAUOLA. .
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\'I: "':', I'torney fur plaintitl. i SAMPLES.at .--

\ -tt'nl IY ..ftt"III."m while the tug ; MEETING POLITIC L LANNOUNCEMENTS' BTCAXBHIF8.Tairnlsla I the Sloreol their Illwal .Agents
\I' II ir.-l. wIhung in with a tow ,I Hr.lI'H. at 1''oe Dec 17
inr tianecoiorta. hpan, .111111l..I\'a. Dec >
cable caught
'"iii w'.l:-'t.lIlIr..w"I, lilt 1','rdld' wharf, which I The Peinacola Library association Tt'rtla.lier 1'dala Spun, bid, std Leghorn HueUa Feb Feb:2

;jijie.l the" ni.ii-tiiuery.! She was held tin interesting meeting yesterday bFor Franz Horn. ..r.shl Hull Keb2esta > JBilliam Joljiwou & ion.IF
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tiletu .
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w. .t I t. ln-i I) -rth!! uy Ii.i afternoon and transacted important -
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In:. :.. .r.Hiu"!II.; ,.-et'.it th..j Harvest"iiinpuiy-,'c'Jck! tiiin! .;.ruiu .- secretary business.Th and. librarian having Slate Senator. Icolo Vanloo,,\l'amp.1I.It, at Hamburg sld London Jan i7 ";; ra ID'0 mm M -TOE m& w. ASD in w.F&z& 1 .

>l will pre-eM AH attractive The friends of Hon. W. A. Hlount
announced that the subscriptions ;; \Ilk'4AdeleGeri7atAlgoa
Ih" in use toniuht. The hereby announce him as a candidate
:,1 i
I' pert
-- ;tL'. :S .lIth ('II..e" ttiis a- ',lIe to magazines taken: by the i for State Senator from this, the Second Arizona >;or. I.MJ 1 sill Krlstol Hay .Ian Jan 9 hAnnaGCr.ld *&+wyK. aO.d t,e0sOc0..Osb.T. :U.0.'f. .:t :+.::.,...:..a...-.4:: .ASp.eclt.e.a.ara ,
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t. -t andt\ playon the library are about to expire, on motion Senatorial District, and respectfully Havre Jan 11 It. L. + +" il+ +w..a..w. t.! ,
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Anita M, it.r.t.: atTenpritTeNovSO:
ask;; the of all Democrats
I i -' i u'e -ttt-early. a committee consisting of :\Irs.F support i Carlpbil.Norsld Alga nayJ"n 'J j H. KING. K. 15. IIiltGl4.Iz
; for him at the coming! primary.For '. ,;
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t at MttrsHllf Jan It
A .l.i'iii-uii k Son :Ire oflt-riii a o. Howe and Mrs. W. J. Forbes Coinsu.lt.v.
i I''' ot n.u-liii: Ilhlb.rN'ea.etc.light- the to Klakoon liunrrag.Kus Nor bid sld Table Helfait Buy Jan Jan 15 :27
was :appointed by president Representative.The KING & HARGIS' j jI. '
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i iy I.IIII'-d by -niukf and water on Maria. It, std I'nlcnno Iit-c't i
the -te.mierVtnified.atacrittct "cure contributions for the purpose friends: of Scott M. Loftin take Nordlyset.Nor, sid Flume liecsi

("nee-. I Kea l their adverti-enieni, of renewing; the :ame. The debateon this means: of announcing him as a olive n'lr..I'8 Mount<1ri.lt't\.bd It, ski: I--iih Cape Jan 12 Town Jan U "' I

,tad! call itlick| before these great the motion di-clo-ed! the fact that candidate for representative, in the .
Ii.ir.ain- are ,all captured.A Legislature from Escambia county, bt'lltapNt.R4.Ltmsn : OOd8
the feature had become immensely;; and they desire the support of all M Law. Am, tt\ Portland Me, Keb I. &portiQ J-Iouse

A -. of good news meetingiieiiig -; popular and should by all means be, Democrats: in the coming primary. 1 ------. .,
I' conducted by 41 H. :chitin, I. !
.. continued. Contributions! from members La Grippe Quickly Cured. f.V l
D I 1). of K.I.ton, at the i uivi.r ali-t
'i'--l li Ka-t: Chasetreet.. Tot and friends of the associationare l 506 South Palafox Street. Ihl ::
: "n OPERA HOUSEONE "In the winter of IMW! and II'W I P4)L :
." t s.4.;. o'clock Dr. :Shim'..; -ub- invited, either general, so that was taken down with a severe; attack 1' "Wo XZnucllo: tlio Following 33ioyelo s

:. will he' Is Man Worth.111I:: ;:"'.' the committee may choose such periodicals -- ..... --- -- of what i is called La Grippl-," 1.C 5 1 TRIBrXK. BARNS, :SII'.AHNK.; SHELL, \ II -smug.\gencit-sCVa-e: ? F. L. Hewett a .
prominent
as are most popular; or SIGHT ONLY! says f.;.. IMPERIAL, Sl'AULDINO.; '
druswist i of Winlield, 111. "The only
w'l.i, ittfiided wer delighted! the contributor designatingthe

l Ir. Win! KiUiu" Hall's lecture, pacific publication to be subscribed; for. Satarday, March 8th. medicine I ued's Cough was two Remedy.bottle ofChamberiaiii It : Edison Craphophoces Fishing Tackle, CUES and Ammuniticn, :t:
I. '''Killer, in the Sunday '
loom of the 1'IIJftl'Strt' On motion/ Mr. J. R. Keller, chair FRANK J. ASH CLA\TOX WILSTA'liPresent broke up the roll and !;stopped the YPKWRITEHS; CKJAUS. :

ii-t. church la-t night. Dr. man of the governing board was for the first time here coughing like magic, and I have I I NA1TH\.11'NCIII-4AtilSall.BUATyjolt: ItKNT.of }:
since been troubled with
I-.I, I tiLl tiii'iiori-t! dry klUd of that note always and his given authority to take steps for the Pmty: Dainty, Petite Grippe.never Chamberlain's Cough; Hcvai'in All! Kinds Done Aleuts far rte Oliver Typeuilerfffifr IsoI t : :

tin association,
incorporation Uemedy can always depended up-

v. through the circuit court.A on to break up a severe cold and _.. ....... .... Shootiu.. ,.. Gnllox...... y.. ... ... J.; I
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ttAl 0 TflT U T N 1 --- r-- ,1 u ,,\,,.. .- ..- I': _. _.. _
'II'I't't Ci'-cent. with New A D ward oil threatened attack of '" .-.,. .
:a any ", < -.". '. .
'. ut\' aboard: put into port committee composed of Mr;. H. pneumonia. It t is;; pleasant to take .. /iI;<> ;; ..''t".,"t"" .. +..>. '<,> ,. ,'+,tJ.. 'lt''f.f'91": (>q."..,.... ...t>....r I

11\' mi account ">f the badat G. I n.i\.a.! Mrs. F. O. Howe and top, which makes it the most desirable i

-'-a. The Crescent i is. Mr. Chus. A. Choate was appointed supported l>y ors R.TnA' FR and and one of the most popular
., K.lw..rd P. I U'I-e, the milniaiiiiljcturer to take immediate steps for the .*i'others in the uccf. rt'.il\ and l>r"u- preparations in use for these ail Twentieth Century Medicine. SflVP llonPV 1U lJim i l
of H'ali'.wI..r unit playSuieet. For sale all \
ments. by druggi..tl
uui )
publication of the catalogue", thepreparation Cascarets Candy Cathartic are as yOUr fllrnt- ,
Mr. ao..e and and medicine dealers.
,; "ii, the ya ht. : ; of which, by a committee h far ahead of ancient 1'1I11 poisons> and tare at Marston $ fjuina's'Great :
previously appointed Hearing i Glover
The finest line of sterling silver lifl1JIII.h "lc as the clcrtric light of
Furniture
lilll) completion. Discus-ion of the motion Empo I
i carefullyelected or- foods and silver novelties i is to be the tallow candle. Genuine stamped' ,
iii t tin- I l'.n-acola ConcertHnu'repeated fi-r thieu11ulittee was ani- rium.Foey's
rehearsals m-ited, and it was generally argued and Marlon 'hurt found at J. I. Stephens'. Prices to C. C. C. Never sold in bulk. All !
Paulinpb..lp. all.
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"ic-, toil beautiful Easter t.iat the publication the: catalogue By please druggists, ice. Honey and Tar "
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"i, will be publicly\ n-n- would probably do more to iuorea-e A '' cf ,Lugiltr! 12! Iwrs. Want Column. I ..
..' M III'haF-l''l'hurch F.ister the membership than anything- else Fcr it. Try TilE NEWO Try THE NEwa,10 cents pr week torchildrcn.safe.sure. No opiates.

1 I'llelections: are alli that could be deviled. Incidentallyit ]l'HlCE-jc!; one.; 75c and $1 tit ; -- -. -- I
-tated that actual time was suggested that every memberof s25Zs2 2S S
cou-uiiied in renderi the association should be urgedto : Brats on Bale Thursday at noon. '" 1

i :I'Togram.' Theorchnstru bring\ in at least: one new memberat : !
'i-., .I! Chatters, who i is tak- the earliest possible day. It'a...
Ii:: punto give his en also determined that the business ,, ,
:lllctlolis. public shall be invited lI\1 uJvertie''' II

in the catalogue, and thu-. vihile receiving 3ET 0 3E-j '

I .ill kinds, are prolili : of permiiient benefit from tht'app..aranl't'of :,
their advertisement*
I U.They may be en- ,
led, by a thorough course in so excellent a medium for reaching '
vupanll.i. the attention of the people, theywould
have the additional satifactioiiof -
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to the -upportof C5 2 s S2S
contributing 4isi'S252S25'e
.
"; c, ors, :hours: Carters
.1- of Table Cutlery horn'ii'l a mo-t worthy and creditable in-

l at P.ruce's: big shop. stitution.KxprtvMons. thpchar..ter
of opinion upon
of reading matter; suppliedby !
S. Palata.street the library, especially to the !

'' /ollwl Ui, elegant youth the of members the city, were present made and freelyby the I t 'W'.....bL.J..1.. ..0s" .'-"-'Vo,.;..g".>A x----.'-<'-.:-fxt>>>x;i4- ..yaeseieSbc". .a.-.see-.;.;.!....,....:.,..."...b.r' ..-..-.a'!c.f\' q

nil/ llillidnl Parlor. discouragement of the use of the ,, t\ : ) 'otJ '

',\'t fastidious and more woithler-s or actually harmful t BRZflR GLOVE-FITTING PATTERNS ill i ;
fiction \\ ith which the whole country TaE
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+ their leisure mo the salutary effect of the ly the plo.t correct, the mo-t economic ii and the' nut-t ter,
publication of the catalogue that "1 simple. Their absolute correctness a* to fit makes them 11e.t I
;
I',' hunt fear of comntact For the Best Light }:
informal of the I
the public might be :i economical all waste in the cutting up of material bring

'/ with di.sord- character of the reading matter belonging Illuminating Was as supplied by the j t.J avoided. One of thereat; points of superiority in the IU- t'Is't l .
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H'lurtThe best of to the library, was earnestly l'"; ) zar Glove-Fitting: Patterns i i- made manifest by the fact
maintained: Pensacola Gas Co. is the most economical that they am put on the market without any p"reten-e ofa '
.e
'l lie maintained ,,
r 'f', -- seam-allowance.
the It !'l
therefore cheapest.
,. ,
iex. Saves Two From Death. :'o allowance: for reams i is madeIII the I5azar Glove-) l .
. Our little daughter had an almost is economical because it supplies a tt: Fitting Patterns They are perfect and require no trick of I '

t s .VIN'flIt'J M.\uhi-rr: fatal attack of whooping cough and that is soft and pleasant to the ;i the trade to hide blemishes. For the last Thirty Year {) ;: : i
bronchitis," writes Mrs.V.; K.HaviIJnd light I they have stood the ten of experience, and, always. ac I:;; <">: 1 ; .
'"1 Hal11 for Th Newt l>y of .Innonk.N.V. "but, eyes, thereby saving eyesight; :11.0 m I knowledged by the dressmakers to bf the ONLY Glove.! I: f', tf'

Ion Natal Storm Co. when :;other remedies failed we its dillusins; power is greater Fitting Patterns in the world ; they have worked themUs : j I .
because
KOKIN. saved her life with Dr. Kin '" New ( into popular favor by their merits alone. I' ;! .
rf'lC6t'lves ,
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fI l ".. Discovery. Our niece will had than any other medium. It I is also .. ,
S- <. H 14I Consumption in advanced ...''.......''.?'"'..'' '.' ...' J' .,... ._.... ... .. ..., 1.J, I'I\,! .' I I, ,I
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stage .' .
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.' i f \ lit.I also u,eii this wonderful medicine under entire control of the consumer .9''':'"'''. .<>. ..... >.;.Q..t<' '.... '',., :4.' ''.o.'..'.'..:.:..! ?;,<> ">,.'G..:.<;<>;,- (::" .: f''. I': .
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:U K I It I ::41 amid to-day she i i.* perfectly well." -can be raised and lowered at'' I; 1. .I'
I 7.. t below 1 ."' Desperate'throat; and lung diseases .' :. \f I ii I. '+
will.
HPISTMK-41'., yield to Dr. },ing'- New Dicoveryas 1/t II' e .
to no other medicine on earth./ i I .

''I heater from the Infallible for Coughs, and Colds.50e Pensacola Gas Co r

and 11.00 bottles guaranteed by ,, w. J. & B. FORBES
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> hardware Co. and \V. A. D'Alemberte, l lil South Pala- !

citrui-' r fox street. Trial bottles free. i No. 3 S. Palifox St., PensicoU Fli.



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DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5. 19C2

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? : 1 ItI NasalOATARRH FLOODS IN THE EAST i RICKETY CHILDREN. SHIPWRECKED

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Insli1tzetaeathere WRODOTDISASTERa| As likely to think of chairs SAILORS RESCUED' Kodol you

-riobUJ, ; be cleanliness. s of children when we use I

Ely'g Cream Balm Scores of Lives Lost and Damt t that word rickety. Eat
: rtacoothenndheai: S St. Augustine, March 3.-A party of j
,
I tie diwa-ed! *neitrat.e.: I shipwrecked sailors were landed at
of Millions. Children with loose joints. ,
1 Itcure.aarThanddrvtiquk age I'alm Beach yesterday afternoon from Dyspepsia

IU1 a.culd ;u tie bead *, bow-legs i and soft bones have the El Cid. Capt. Baker, which picked Cure

y OPERATIVES ARE IDLE them up two hundred miles east of ,
; il : ( ram Calm I is plared Into the nohtnis! sprei *i 10,000 ,|I r rickets It is a disease:: due to I I S annah. They w ere Capt. A. Brown i t Nature never makes a mistake and the prcpara' v.* hidid
U over the membrane find i 19 aorlx'L! Ke.ief mi- its action cannot fail. Kodol l'*
i >pep-da Cure
!'i improper fcedll1g-and a typlcal -i First Mate Sherman Martin, and a never fal.s b.ra
.1 nd.&esndacurefoiowL It i* not .Jr'In-'W Many Mills Have Been Forced to Close crew of eight of the schooner B. K.i pe-.t3 your food by nature's own rinice-M. Its atTect eijuai.y p
: I ? t at jiroduce ine.ezing.: Large u/rt !tH ccuu at Uru:;- disease: : for the workings: i i \\ oodside. bound from Fernandina( to'' both occasional and chronic vases of indiirestinn. d-spep-taat d 1

listt i or by tuuil; 'Pr. 1 Sje: 19 ccutn by mail Down, and It May Be Many Weeks Scott's Emulsion. St. John 1'orto Ilic-ci. with a cargo of > trouble every kind. It dirt'sts what you eit win e the st'
4t ELY ImOTl1Etarreu; l'itreo't. Xe* York. No dieting is Eat all the gtssl
necessary fofxl
Before They Can Resume Work | i lumber. ;, you want
I I For the weak growth of( the last Wednesday a heavy sale from been selling" Kodol I (y pepsia Cure fur the past two ve-ir< ar I Iuied
)4 Many Daring Rescues. i i it, write Itowiuan &Son3, of Valleyl'uruace'W V.i.
GEN. HUGHES BEFORE SENATE. Scott's Emulsion i he northeast sprunjup.. The s-choon-
bones :: sup-j1 heard of failure. We
a are so confident of it-i merits that
-r was blown out df her course and w i
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| New Yo iJ, March 4.-Flood conditions -! !'' bottle under "
I !Li1} Relates Facts Concerning Late Massa-' in the east are reported) rapidlymproving. l plies those: powerful tonics, the 'ihypophorphites. l laJort'1i in the heavy seas until she our personal iruarantee. Kodol Ivpepiia; Cur* f

.: i Sprung' a leak settling and becoming Cures All Stomach
I I cre on Samar. i although affairs in the \Vy- : Troubles.
The
: waterlogged.' officers and (crew
f. 'i Washington.: March 4.-In his tes>tl1mony :i oming valley northeastern Pentf For the loss of flesh Scott's finally lashed themselves to the alter- l'rcja.ni.ihypO.! Ik'Whtt&co.. rtili-agn. Tielhwtte I < >mist%; .

$ j before the senate committee on sylvania generally and along the Hud-' j deck house and remained there with When you suffer from biliousness >r eon.tipti.n UMtn f

} I rl j the I'hillpiunes today ('..rieral Hughes Ion, nt'arILany., are btill in bad I Emulsion provides the nour- many seas breaking over them for pills known a.s DeWitt's Little EARLY RISERS. T

1 14 d.P'P related the facts about the massacre' shape. ; i Miing: cod-liver oil in an easily i| three clays when their signals were John Kheppard, Haru'l- i'lmrtiiaMIIII.V. l'

t4' i at rallan-iii, Samar, last September. from Wilkesbarre. I been by the El Cid. -
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e. 1 ; He took upon himself the ret-ponsihil- show that more than a score of pa"l|, digestible form. I The schooner was going to pieces ...
when the taken off. One hasa
i t ity for the sending of troops to that were lost and $3; ,'>') ; and for the selection of the officer
jiOfct (' destroyed in northeastern I
) vLo ily was for the rapidity with I Iready recovered from their terrible-
was placed in command: Pennsylvania. The danger is over but I Ij h ierienee. They are now at the Breakers

? ; "I had known him for a yoar." he the full extent of the damage is yet to which Scott's Emulsion cures !but will return to New York as

: said. "He was a tin. officer and I had be seen. Eighteen thousand homeless Iperson" i ;rickets. soon as possible. I
t4 : \ eveiy confidence in him." j' (j A subscription, amounting to several i
In the Wyoming valley are lovaCitr ..
i General Hughes said however that anxiously ; the backwardcourse Rickety children improve | hundred dollars has been raised for | My wife WM lick fur ('litre, IowiAug jrrart. \A ,. 4
heal t hem at the Breakers and the Koyal11'oinciana. everythini- without relief\ ant 'nrnt I
convinced
the disaster
was due t I II of the waters. : in every way under its inrlu-11 money. My wife tn* t I 4 to over-confidence and he had since The water has receded In Paterson. j jI l bottles currj her. Pie tot't l..o ni'>r'i t. '

f : heard that the officer in command had I, N. J.. so that the danger there practi II ence. I DEADLY DUEL WITH AXES. tbe knoll'lDlf bay harvest.nhewouM She hate attended to work to all hard hrr >h' r. <

I. 11 I reposed too great trust in the natives cally is over hut there were many darIng I Send lir Free Sittpl- bold duties aad li>ad..d and unlowlid al S
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I j' while serving in Luzon hut lie was not I' rescues of persons who had stayed !SCOTT &: r.OVVXE. Chemise, 4>> I'e-rl St, N" v'l Feud Between North Carolinians Hal I bay.merlr Thus she was medicine weak and gate tire.l hrr and mrenirth cuiild be; :f

: j aware of this trait of the man's characte.r In the flooded houses. I I Fatal Termination. get l'arduabe about, but ttnre freU abe brUer Sea and been.Ini takmir ntrr VVof I1 m..

before giving him the i>oat at So many mills were damaged that I Raleigh, March 4.-Klljah McKinney. when 20 years of alft' JOS. A. EIsKMl.Vf ttt.Mri. .

4 I I., HallanplgiSprakins. JO.oOO operatives are thrown out of1 NEW STORY OF KIPLING a resident of Rutherford county is in Eistnhifcr hid tritd IHI') Ihin< during

-. I of the native silliers.) work for an Indefinite time. I jail. having surrendered himself to the I kr three yurl ikkncii and hid spent consid.

I' General Hughes: said they gl1i.ratly In Passaic six are reported to Connrrtlcnt Bishop Trill how O". enable
men : sheriff! for killing Frank Mclnt> re. I money. She \01tOuk ind could hardly!
r 4 did well. but should nut !Ii,. trusted except have been carried down with :a bridge. ellit tiered Child'. Pro> er.i The killing it is understood, was get about for three yeiri before the tovkWINEo'CARDUI

; :! under command of Amu lean sol which wa* washed away. The current i BIshop Rrevvster of the Protestant I: the result of a feud that for a longtIme

fa t diers. was so swift that it was impossible to Episcopal diocese of Connecticut talk- had existed between the two men.

I!I rescue them. i! (tug tl) Vale students nt New Haven on I They had been out with a gang of men
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4 PRESIDENTIAL NOMINATIONS. Cities and towns in almost all see "kolmst Ueliglous:: Faith" told an anecdote employed in cutting wood. On their I Now. kftertikinj the Vine of Ctrdui, the tin

I: tlona of New York ant In New England of Hudyard Kipling, whom he I way home they started quarreling.Each work with her husband in the hay field. That

Postmasters Named In Several South.I states suffered heavy damage; to' cited as an example of sturdy masculinity. -I of the is h.rdOork., but it U not n injurious to .
men was armed with '
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I States. He said: wemll health n libor in itorei li-tono ind
property and delayed trains were reported -
I ,, ax. It is claimed that Mclntyre made offices where) thousands ol dote I
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Washington. March 4. !I nirliire ) ion- .
-The nt
\ t president "A trained nurse was watching '
threats and raised his ax to strike but fined slier With the nd of Vine of
yur year. t
has sent the following i iiomina- of Mr. when the
the bedside Kipling
Not for many years have the mails j I McKinney was too quick for him. Like Cirdul a womin tin do any reasenable work ind enjoy good health. The
,1.' .qpli Eli If IJ.. tions to the senate: reaching New York been go dda}' .1 aa 1[ author was III the most critical stage i' a flash McKinney raised his I health that Wine of Cardul brings makes i woman vigorout in body and mind.

t j"" 1'0st roa tt'rs- i i iJeorjrfa i during the last three and a half days of sickness and she noticed that his |' and drove it into Mclntyre's breast weapon Freed from thou terrible devastating pains i woman jrov i vicll and wont fIIIturaUy.

I ( -Me Hae. Albert J..M: (-Rae.t i lips began to move. She bent over 1 so Wine of Cardui rejulatet the duordertd mcnitru-tion and (urea

I I .111 T'nn'ss'e-outh 1'1I1sltlirK.! Kulx-it SOUTHERN LOSS BY FLOOD. him. thinking he wanted to say something deep that the head of the a\ was coy leucorrhoea filling of the womb and periodical pains in the head and bl"

i: i '.1 A. Patton. i I to her. and she heard him utter Itllt''C i ered. Another blow this time on the caused by standing or sitting i long time in the same pontum. Thedford'i '

Louisiana-Plaquemine. Alexander ,: -- words 'Now: I lay me down toship. head. ended Mclntyre's life. Black-Draught puts the bowels, stomach, liver, kidncvs and blood in proper
I :j. Damage Between Moristown and ahape. Greatly increased strength and endurance it the natural remit Moit
1:1 Salomon. i that old familiar of
-rt : Asheville 250000. I, prajer uses are cureJ quickly. All druggists tell SIN bottle of Uinc ef Cardul
-, I' North: ('arnllna-LpXIIIIIOIi. J. G.I Knoxville. March I Superintendent childhood days. The nurse. realizing:; PNEUMONIA FOLLOWS A COLD and 25 cent packages of Thtdlord's BUik-Draught

I WaISt :> that Kipling: didn't require her aervIces But never follows the ue of Foley
I I I C. L. Kwing. of the Knnxvillo division Fur .doke aDd lI..rl'u". a Jd.'.. .rllIf '1"pI<"ni. 'Th II.i .d...."
The senate confirmed the following of the Southern said: 'I beg:; jour pardon, Mr. Kip- ; Honey and Tar. It stops the cough, lIoplrtmeDt IlUIl.haltlDUOI& Meis. I.'PIDI. Uoalt&.ll""f&, t_

nominations: railway today an lin::. I thought JIm wanted something' -i heals and strengthens the lungs and
iiouixed that the Southern's loss by affords perfect i'P'uritfrom an attack f
', Ormoud Sti>ne. Cha, lot tesyille. Va.. the timid between Mot rislown and if pneumonia. Refuse ubsti- !
nw-mb-r of the '('i 'I ,1/,.' faintly observed Kipling: '1 i
board visitors! Unit 1
.\shevill.ill angiegatttrom $2o' 'itmuto $ tutes. W. A. D'Alemberte. 121 South
I fo.1! States wnnt heavenly Father. lie only!
na\al my
observatory. $2o': '".'H)0 to the roadbed and bridges: Palafox street.Foey's -
I'uhtRMSter: alon". can care for me now. I
The loss by delayed and an- ''
; Ii Alabama-. F. : "It i is this! inaM-iilinc robust! religious Tar
Rankin Drew 1 Honey
ton. nulled trains and cutting off ot all and
p Nav: pai 1 faith! that we see in Kipling's writ-
!

', ti I Captain> P. II. Coqper, rear admiral. senger estimated and but freight it is traffic stated has will not! be hUlln avery I 1 1 Ing'." elded P.ishop P.rewster. "and it I I i cures colds prevents pneumonia"" """ What is this Man Good For?

I Captain (5. I\Vadleigh.] rear admiral.! large amount. About & MI I is n faith which the yontu; nien of Yale
men university! may t'll carry with them I GKNKKAL rilKNCH SCHKIHLK
: TROOPS ---' ar. now at work rebuilding and lepair- ,, In the performance of their daily As He Is-NOTHlNGI I I
GO
liI TO i|
CAPITAL. ,
log the mel and!
4 ; bridges: on the 'she; wwk." Following i the schedule of the !

i II i'ji*J t -jti Nothing Heard -of-Naval--- Operations on i are the! now!brar.cS.running; Trains as far! flout as I >el Knoxville Rio. 73''I I. i I government which THE steamer NEWS General prints: for French the / & ;&iAs He might -MUCH I ,

Venezuelan Coast. "The frj' of the lillilfrn." 'I,
ft \Vahlnpton. March 4- Ad tires from (miles'cuinint east throimh of Knoxville.Asheville: and to trains Marshall are Life I" growing hard ant dreary; everyi benefit of the merchants who bip S He Id a nervous wueekhue life !

,I the Heath ol war in South Atwiiea ar. N. C". 22 niib-s this side : .. 1,1 lH!lure turns to sail: 'i: their goods to the various armyposts ( a burden toliimoelf. and hi!! IHf'>'' f
I Asheville..'. In our.ry drams were haunted
by
a
> : t : _ dread to his family and mIen I I-
nJt aJf'r.o.othn has been heard of I f j A gap: of 32: miles between Marshal I 11 I n*>t aol *\ hlzzlnR ball. I i j
His
irritability is ton
th. r. |ortd illiUrl'nt n.ival operations and I lid Rio is still without And our barks are nearly breaking and I I j! Leaves Fensneola .. ... ;:IMI a. m.lieavvs .
railroadSITV tiinPtantly
his bu.Mno-i and
I. .. >
our youthful limbs are sore. Karranoai :.T 11 a. in '
on the Yuie/u"lan) a.st. but reports 'u-e For \ "'rt. plajinR. playing .ingpng,1 : Lenvc l'icken .... '.:"" a. m _ ,_ incteann't nt-ntfi
from Colombia show (hat thefuvernment The t.'Iegvnphnnpani.s' wires are which our parents both adore. l.cBVi-9 I'.nrrfinen-i '.zlln.I m. real and inia ir.a- .
Lfa.'fs Pen.i'iia .
111:11;
it inl
is thoroughly awakened to Iteiua: rapidly r'uustrUI'h',1.| The tel' 'I Arrives linrrauciii 11 .II' n. III. and th>"i r driving hint mitt t tgrave.
the formidable i liaracter of the firraiiliic We can recollect our feelings (which of makes a trip to Fort McKee lOud then returns Tins n'py
reio :
i c-ommunication to Asheville late have had such shocks) to I'.itrrancni.Leavis __ is -nl\I t .
man '
Imionary outbreak near; the capital I.! will it is thought be restored some Who<;. our f.itlu-r read the paper and our Knrrancas ... t ::1.'. p. mLeaves __ _
million in An
and that a large l><>-ly of tnmps has time tomorrow. i mothor am..1 the rooks, I'li-kens I :'.'.") p. iii.P..n..scola # n '
: Hut J.\''' 4::p. III If tin-re -* fn
p
can't father -
you. respect your when .
0 hattllv ordered froth the uoith 1..8Pl'k.. .. ,
ns ;A Iii
----- h. > groveling on the floor : p ill lie-f fordii.n t'ir.r
t assist in the Arrive Harrancas :>:! Ill. and mak.
p.
dtei.hc of the capital DAMAGE: IN LEE COUNTY. Or Is tiarlni"! at tour mother If she doesn't trip to ;McKe and return. tIut uu.e I

The withdrawal may have a rnn.sid.aide i- Know the scor! t't JU.IV f-i I 1
On We llt' dJ\alHl'aturdil\> ..
,
f inHmixe ) Hut Ser- '
the on tint rauiiaiin uu Bridges Entailing Loss of $10,000 VV'l! \\".-ii!! trto |,.>:ir our bunli-n and boat wiil leave 'Birr.incavia: Pick1 ils n-r.t.-l li

Ibthmi.s: ol I'unama. Were Swept Aviay.O.i ,-II n. \.r t..lk of "fads" t 1 ,'. for Peiis.icolj: at (6::*> p. in. q atl" '.tne-hi'- '
-- Nor r.'rn..rk .m 'ni.!'i rn mothers" "thei
-- lika. or
Ala.. March '
; l--Lee I
I county i I Ic- -' thuia in "ad ." The iener.il: French I, for army 3gj 3 t'i .iiv. -
: A SEVERE COLD FOft TH -lE MONTHS ha.- suffered another terrible! loss i inl nut t.. 11 i"ver knnv what j>rtu-e Is till purposes only! and any outsider IntlInave ; STS?* of-xUatu .

Tile f .11. to! letter from A J.I l tlw matter' of bridges The flt>l'mb'rf..sh.,1 <\., lan l upon that shore a pi-: from the cjttarteruuiterI _
X baull1' f llatesvill.- I I'ui. tell-it- '\'hi'rth-' fathers "f'OIsP from pinging :tn.I take her.
u- .. test the count} over $IIMMMI, pa-sdje; o i p. I. I.
.. tile D\OII"r nonir no more.
uuwiei I I..r --
tiwu .prv.I initem iM-.Mii'-
uianruining many roaiisThe !
->nth.vitli .1 -*"f'fH c.11| J. A di UIlot *- rain of Thursday wrecked or dam -Punch.Coj'd Lippman's Great Remedy) overcctri sit cure t1i"! n uP* ; :

pr"plr'cJ me *oui in$dieiiie, anilII ac> Ii! I I.;! itiore budges entailinir loss Not Breathe. \VKKIt L.V HCIIKDULl every form of Nervous Derangement. --'pn, 1.1 kest'i. p ">

", pb.V-ii III pre-crlbeil I for me, yet IlIi.ln..t of about .) a FOR STEAM PIVISIONKAILWAV and ambitious. P. P. P. is the bi .t combination ;,-'e. II i
improve I th MI triHij KolHurley $10. "" more. This m only t'-ug.1. c.uI1., croup .grip bron- barks that was ever put together tor tin curef W'iki.i -

t.\. '" I I sit'il Tar. jitiil i.ht ii>-.-< th, 'l'l>" 'If the county Many small!! ehiti-. other throat :and lung troubles ...tSCOI.A EI.t-'THIC nrui; :' \ Debility and Nervousness. I* is a (-ood tonir and the best<< 1!:1.! i i

I ('ur..IIII": !;"-in--- -u ttitiMi'V., I,; "I lees '>,'!Ii iwgns! : t.u private paitieswi" are" Ifnirkl.'nr..1 It.OUt'. Minute i COMPANY.Tmlas ; ; in the world. P. 1'. P. is Nature'sivcific for RhruntatiM i J.

A. 1"\I..lulwrt.., I 121 --.Mitti I'.d.lt! 'x ,,\M i pt away and fields: were washel Cough; Cure. One Minute Cmub!: Catarrh, Malaria and all forms of U'.ood Poison and S\'t'Jlul.: :n-

Ctftet.jrf aol) turn.The Cure is not a mere expectorant. leave IVnsucola for tbe LlttiKnyon in adults or children.P. .

lonntv i ii now stags"ring; : ; under which j jrivenlv tempnnry rrli(. Fort, hue Karraaca Kitynu. Vyarrlcgton at A'atj l nand P. P. is sold by all druggists f i a bcttlc ; MK botllrs. $s.
ciPcItIA.: I It ofteiii iiul I II II jibe the inucoitdr -, t"Ul'kH f..II".
i : "\,. K d V IJ ... W31 r'JJ": Blicut as li>*avy a burden as- it can car | 1\:111( 5.' m.arrive lit fort Karrnncn 715 ".i Lippman Brothers, LII'I'\U"UlO.. Savannah I o.
&r1'hto 11'e iw* out( the huh im.ition\ and
rv and) this mislortune r.- 10:1.8. m.arrive at KOI t Kurraucao lu.tf a.D
9ic .1tiTp Afr coni's with movf the cau-e; of the diet.o.: Absolutely I :15) p.m. arrive at Kort Harrsncm liSp n
I ( -/7 i.t'U unusually heavy effect. Judue: Rer.fmIK ) ":tr... Act! at once. "(h-> H.Wip.: in. arrive at tort Karrancas 4:15 p n
(St5 p. m. arriveaL Fort Karrancsi! ?:O IC
doing all he ran to got the bridges Minute Cough; Cure will do all that 'h:'.' p m. arrive at Kort Httrraucua 8:66 p.1l o

'...r' I'IiiIip.ini' 11t.II. repaired that traffic in the country be claimed for it." *ays Ju-uiee, of Trains leave Kort Barranoai for Pen* TIME TABLE.

.\ tlf.iniir, nil-: nl' ieiili'iiiint liilimi not impeded longer.! t.ie Peace J. tj Hood.( :Cro.by Mihl.'My cola ac
wife could not get her brettli T.1) m. arrive at Pnnsacola ..... H.on 1.11 LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROADIN
$ >r.' s <-:1 I't| 1\ .'J :itid re'iil'- in Hie 1'lnl lli 1.. p. m. arrive at "coll..I1:66 p D
J; Ipplitf was ,,11(0\\ II tiCeiicml Iluuciii': i' Danville Va.. Cut Off. and'a. relived by the first cn.f'. 2:..o p. m. arrive at nsacola ..-_.. It5 p. n KH-KfJT I-M FMKKK I. 111I'1!
,I It hibeui a benefit to all my 5i' ) p m arrive' al Hfniaoola ...... 5:66" n
ilritlln nt tlie recent .lillll<'r of the ottirerw TanvilhVa... March 4.-This city family." "harm John 7Op.( m. arrive at Psnaeoii-------. 7:45 p. -

''t of tli' l'ir- ninunt! of oluntttrniie ':,, lIn(',' Saturday has practically been Shepp.ird, IJ'inris'Kidney Kalni.: toy, .45p'u4atnnctsy. m.f.rrlTcat: only.Pens&ool&..__ 8:.80 U, D New Orleans and Mobile

'I > ,- 'rv $iLUi'i..11 war \veteran 11:1 iys rut off by rail with neighlwring r iticsThe '\11.1\. I :.n.4. o.:!. :-in" S.. I

It t* the) New York Tnl.niie. ThIS \\ as the 1 river attained a height of :2n!! 1 f-vt The man who own* tin own i.otne Feat Foawaig DATS. 7'171 a I 1l! III II:"" p ....a".. 1''nur"l" Anruye I s'.' I
1 Peniacoia to Fort Barrancas and return 4t 11,11: it 2:7 p 1IC Ii I.eav.... t'l"maIOu i.p.yg.ii "I t.e, .. .
AiDPrU-.m Ila/..: \\ hi'h w:I'. IIIt'I' by the the highest in 3; 'pars.o..arlr: halt mures liim.-elf against lots of Pea-acola to Navy *i ard sad r..tllrD..16c .o' a 4: p :f.5 a I.a"e _. I..tcll.. ..i.riii"" I It .' at I: ,,, ''.
t-ailurx in Lieutenant iillmmc's; |I'.irt> 1 the town i is p-tunlat..I. trouble and worry. Nobody can 1'ensaooU to Palmetto Reach and retnrn It.8TNDAT .-'_ ,- ":?J.p 7:$' a I\'e N.a 'iris'at .. I..."... I I s 'i, f' 7 : ..
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out of jsitebes ami strips of their d.tht -- raise his rent and the rent day has .I'H ItDtDIt. I$I North.

htl The ivscue !jiarty eitniiii.-iinKil l I.y Allentown Loses Half Million. no terrors for him. It's easy: to own> open Wbcn coiicbv weather permit the running o: -__ __ __ ___

Colonel Hare nuiib1 a I luilli.int I: 111:1 rclt. ;, Allentown. Pa.. March3 -A half 1 home now-a-days.' Thos. C Leaft PeDBaoola. LT Fort Barraaeaa So. 2. NO.4. I !.o..1. "
., Watson & Co. can tell: you how U m. > 11:4.5 p m 12Iip m Li"" 1'.nieols Arrlva I 45 -
1 .pm -
la"tiiiK \ r flxe weekand Minuounted million dollars will 10a.m.
not. it is estimated easy it is. Call and see them. 11 .. m. 11 m :15am :[,1p m Arfl\'' Montgomery _.1...*". ii .14 s as
dillicult olu-taclts in ( heir |mure-->s. cover the loss in this city and vlcin' lp. m. D.m 11:5\1 a III I"''' pillrn't' li'rnIlUllh"lI1 1.....". I k..t4 III '
C Thy found Lieutenant Cillimire I I I and tty by the ip.m 'pm ;"Iii p 111 J:1tI Ii 111 Arrive .a.h\lll.. L.sv"
-.rce-i.t flood.. .\ farmernamej I'ENSACOLAGONSERVATORI ip. m t:9'all1: telt: alii' Arrive 1.01.1'\111. Leave. .I\! m
Inn nlolIl1l.'II"1. ..,. ( KNI p.m 7iUa 111 11:5\1 alii'' I
I men \\ III'I Snyder was drown-d, In Visen 4 p. m p m9p.m. Arrl\'l lIDclnn"U. .Leive7:51a A.'"' III
1 < I! arms I.)' the insurj-'eiits; In the wildext burg; while trying to tro.-s < p.m m IIO.!.. mrr.vl' I. 1..ufO i.psva 4:I' pm

Itirt of Luzon anioni; the bead luitit- with his team a tr.'am ( p. m. lp. m PEN ACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.
1v- f ijf MUSIC I'ABItl'OB8UIIIJlAY
i-rs. where their fate would hate been <*eai&oolato .
art Barraacai N a T| : :00. 2lU&lly0. 8-liily) Nostop 1I1"re tlm" not tbowQ ? ..
o. 1-1'11 "
I In ,b.iila onli" fur a few, hours if t'erexne l ard aDd returD._.___._ ...
DANGERS feDiaoola to Palmetto BekOtl llll 1Ii.'i: pm 1:00 Leai -
OF PNEUVOWA. E. 0L a III : P.-iiie'rusArriv. I' 5.
sMM j: i I Ielrt3laid not arnvisl MI opMir| CHAFFERS, DifECior f"tnrn____ _____ I" 15:15 night 713 !I" ... I.h"ulla 11'.Jf1"pat ;
tllln-lj 111 vine| of tlie (1I.'llh"t nil of A cold at thi.. time if neglected i Is Nn frill Iiht rcoPlToil it.rIhi o. m l'J 1.1 I I'P Luet r. .. I III." .
I \ I 1 3" 7:1. .........t..climblll ... .. IOIU" .
I til ; them were half iwkej they b.id szl.riI liable to caue pneumonia which iM < lj.: : ) 7:15":: i ... _. :o.lul..t 11):. .
Hiif i f.otl (.thLii.tI; rliiihn t; in m.ike: up a fair i itor ) often fatal. and even when the Piano Voice Culture, Violin, Pipe PROFESSIOJAL CARDS. 12'3\ 7'I" I .. ... ..... Harp ..... I 1':11" ., I
I Cornet Mandolin h2i 7:55 I ........ .
and Organ, Guitar, ---- : .. iII t'1t1.. .. .. I 1t:1I" !\
Ful.ltIJtI' the r.-pil.ir stars | patient: his recovered the lun?* are Cello, etc. It.5 1 Zi" I ........... Milton .. *Gi. 6 ,
Ill" ..TrPI's': W. C. MONROE 1:10: am..... ".. ...... UOtoti Po.oge ::::: i .... .' I
Practically Starving. : weakened making them peculiarly AUo Director Pensacola Concert IM" M..ti": .. _.. .... 1I1'Iu .. .. I ai a II
iueeptible to the d velopmeut of 2il cl: I ......... :Mulligan ._ II. u2i5 II
few bottles of Ko. : i" I Mf: I ... Cr..tt'lrw .... I' S
"After uiiiir
:a i iilnl Band and Elite Orchestra. !J' 4 It
con-umptit\n. Foley'Honey and 8:'. I' M tf. : :::
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It
!)ypepiiCuretnyWlfereceived A TTOKNEY-AT- II..r Land .... f -1M" sml
s Tar will stop the coujh.; heal and 8:18" j :IO" I _... Siusy hIeal. .. 11.1" .:
t r aiul permanent relief from at Brass and Music 4 03" 1Ii.: .. ,, I
I petfct -trensthen the lun;.:? :and String Furnished lJ"Funlak "prlnll&.. I -.1. 2 aS
pvt re and chronic CM of .totiuch : W. prevent U FISHKK ItUILDl.NG.: 4i'I: IIH$ It I ........... Argyle 7u" : I
\ 1 J. H. Holly, real pneumonia. A. D'Alereberte, ill Occasions. 4:4.: ) I U: .1' I ... Ponce d.. Leon I 7:1\1" r .
t I trouble. say 121:! South Pabfox street. -I t 5:0) i 10:10'' I a .. .W.U"tlle ._ 7:11" I I.
t'.Ittt', inurnce and ;l-itu agent, of 5:04 11).15' I .. .... .
I ----- --- ------ Address : Escambia Hotel. ; MODERN I ('ar1Vllht ........ 7:1t. I I."
I Macomb III. "Bt'f.rtt ininff KoJol DENTISTRYAT 6.3:1": I.IIH ) I ........... itonltoy.. .. I' I, M 11
.: 1)ppe.ia Cure she could not eat: an You will have: pride In you own Studio : Parlors of Fi-st Baptist 6 am:'" "" It. .". Cbipiy .. : a T :' I 4 ,,
11:1/7.'/ :
I .Cottondale :
Aia I iz "s. a
i teal without intense suf. dower garden if they are on Church.F. 7 .CO"
I ordinary your : 11:2. : ..rl"/IL. S 'I' 1: .4
'
t 1 firing. :She I is now entirely cured. ''own ground. Your husband can buy MODERATE 7:1jc) ".. : 11:41) .. __.Cypreaa .. IOi II 1 ,', 'U7:4IJ
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; : r Several phyiciam and tinny reme- :a home :and he can do it now, although PRICES.Call t. I' 1l\ I .. _Ur..nrt Wl1ge. .. a .. : '-i,
"i he 7511 'It(16 noon I .... n..ad, H i I I5
think
1A Ult'I had failed! to )fiv relief. You may otherwi e. M. WILLIAMS 8:11i I U:1i .. Anln. RlnrJlonctloll .t..nl 1 "
.1 ilon't hive to dillt. Eat any good very woman wants a home of her ail Bare lour Teeth Examined -- .

P1 : j food yoa want, but J >n't overload itbe own, and if she will have a talk with
It. stomach. Kodol Dyt"epsia Cure 1! Thug. C. Watson & Co., the CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER and get an estimate of the cost '

I i will always; digest it for you. Hargia'l 1 1 Heading Real Estate Agents, they Estimates; Promptly Furnished of your work. m TEETHE Bm N WAIT UMH !

t i'' :: Pharmacy John !Sheppard; Sidney can show her how easy it is i to get DR. BOULTER, ,

)l Lj Kahn.t1r1 I lone. i I Buildings of All Kinds. I 17; 8. PaUfox. Opposite Convent. I'




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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA FLORIDA
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5, 1902.
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i!FOR THE 1 !I,

-HOUSEWIFE- .

Tuft's Pillsi l The New Workbos PIli) Many Par. !

The American husband is not the

only man iu the country who is Htriv- I

fur in male life nx c.psy as po.;! ll.lt> for Digests \

After} tII", persons of a bilious habit lay lady IIr many whims. The manu- .
ikn\e treat rne''t by taking one
k ihcrf riil. If )OU ha\e tMenORI''IG fatturers strain e\ery 1If'rto add to II

her "unfurl nud lessen her cares, as
| TOO) MUCH, one may see daily in a thousand!' direc d what you; ;
relieve the
iroirpily nausea
tvt '" tions. Take the newest workbox: for

tlcKHEAD\Di.r.: -. Instame. It contains not only the

nojsncss whkh follow, restore means of mating and repairing anything Eat

:xtil and remote gloomy feel. fromIo'l's to sUx-klngs, but u
UiKantly agar coated.o .
toNIf ninnU-nri' implements as well.

'IM \ Substitute.TftlCITY ( What a omfiirt and MilMnctiou In

this well made and well 1loking box

+ when the journey comes tw a halt oran

FOR end. Cure
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Dyspepsia
Another ingenious and attractive 1workliox i r I.' '
.
THE PEOPLE. ha. a jewel 1 case attaehwent.1'IIC ': '

top tray divides into two triangular ; !i b rs' 1

trays, Mvinfrinx; ; open and out rep i.
H j costsoi a Cent, I n Is Everifbere. Ole ol, lI.wlll'lI ItUmplls'd.
t arately 111-011 n pivot. The box: under- !I wag Dilug .
,r I .cr> Word is Head t heath is the jewel 1 -Ilf' It is t'le very j

1 Ii. t-\enbh' tlli.l.t tiling for ahort Journey and answers It you belong to the great army of sufferer We can stop eating. Some people haveto By Intricate experiments and laboratorywork
I from lnditestioQ can realize what it was found possible to combine Inexact
a
you
en forced to do it for awhile and a few
in size for putting into a trim-line bagor
.::: ; national calamity it is that three-fourthi have deliberately tried to do it. A few proportions, all the digestanta naturally
a trunk. It contains a capital larl- of the American people are In the same went without used in the digestion of the various
1.LNI one man voluntarily
1'0 ) years ago
= ety of glove silks and other spools, ub ranks. clashes of foods and to unite with them the
.. ..--....,,-. eating for forty days and nights; but at the
\N household furnl- ;, well an many jfeuerous fitting, all fur It is easy enough to moralize on what end of that time he was little more than organic substances required to build up the

!, ", .nd all kindi of crr- the price of ;:1.I'lnnln. brought about this terrible condition-high skin and bones. exhausted! tissues.
1 Hfrius "...y Strictt-tt -- llTlng poor living fast eating improper These investigations were especially con. ..

>I -I'A-(..-ply t. to A. A. Faber In the lion.". eating, worry strain and a host of other The otter WIJ.It ducted for the purpose of devising a prep

.- ---- See that your plants pet fresh airwhenever ;. thlngi. But the great question ia, What are aration which by Its presence In the stomach
-. we to do about it and how wo and alimentary tract would completely relieve -
are
i>n inipruvrd real fslllttll it ran be ;given them safely.This going is evident that wecan't live without
U KlUUUIlltUl lOW oing to overcome its terrible effects? the digestive organs from work by digesting
1 nil on Lf-liv K. tlro..... means that cold air should be so food and we can't maintain good health any whatever class of foods might U
jf. falutux St., Kisbtriimlin admitted that it is mixed with the air length of time on half ration When the
CouHu't Live without One. eaten.
of the room before it reaches the stomach is weary and refuses to work, we

Ho nerd plants themselves. Itve: your plants must devise some plan besides starvation togive Record Seems Renirkitle. ,
\ i you money
\l 1 Kiuuuul Rant' The whole trouble lies In the stomach i it a rest. There is only one other way,
bay you the bem-tit lOr light and sui hine if
-.ill" mill low rbt rotes ) you that's plain enough. But we can't afford to and that is to do the stomach's work for it. The result has been more than it at flril

mi IUVro\.d. arty rest wish th 'u1 to do well. Wattr only remote the stomach and we can't afford to There are a great many preparations that teemed possible to accomplish. The preparation .
,
\ r -to..e. *' south I'ttla- when the surface of the soil looks
lD-'.t dry. let it be destroyed! by disease. It is the can be taken immediately after eating that formed on these principles known at i
This rule cannot be deviated from with most important organ of the body and we will aid the digestion: of f nd. Some of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure, has been used by I

.H"IUt'h, MONK1 safety by the amateur. The expertin couldn't live without it. them help digest starchy foods, ouch as many thuu audsof dyspeptics and in every

1 I .. r."..v our' or property aril trHi, pru e_- til gardener will\ frequently dis- The stomach prepares the food for makingthe bread and potatoes and cere&ls; others! help case it afforded almost instant relief and !I

,.:,;.',dmcriplion nuvet io\i-r ronditioii-i which make\ it safe blood that nourishes every organ v td digest; albuminous! and nitrogenous foods, Hscontinued use never failed to bring about *
tear HiicuUfd to, tissue of the body. Without good rich such as and meat and cheese. Mostof the
.. tor him to \ary or modify it, but these eggs complete recovery even in worst cases: 'J
C. 'A'atsoa Co. blood the heart becomes weak the lungs these preparations are good as far as they
after everything else had failed. This
,1.<'' brut,. etUbritlr. the amateur will not ,discover and it I
., Torvrrvonri break down, the liver becomes choked and go, but they do not go far enough. Nature record seems remarkable; but it is onlya
i. jAH wul lend 1PUneya is not po-sji.1! to l.iy down any instrnctiuns the kidneys are strained beyond endurance. demands a generous and varied diet, and natural result of the compohition and.

:lull.... nJ-It .by which they may be disroxcred. There is no disease, except the consequence EVERYTHING we eat must be, thoroughly properties this preparation.

says a writer in Indies Home cf injury that i is not directly! c&u"'I or d elted.! Partial digestion may relitve lora

i ou ii :=>. .r.. ... .. ...... Journal. O\erwaterinj: does untold aggravated \by disorders of the stomach. lliiie, but it cannot cure dyi>q'sia.m II Digests Mat You rat

Qrvrbblrtort' oa harm as it causes souring; of the soil

.I I.'.. ..no. looccupllac* IH.-CU pitil >>)yI. und briny!!; ou di'ay of the rootAp- we Most Give II a Rest. common sense MM. KOPOLDYSPEPSIA! Crna digests what you

'. ?Urr tiftti h.lnlr ply fertilizers only when a plant is eat and allows! you to eat all the good, w hole- i

i'tlnh,1.trC.t. gent urflw ins; for Ii.-II. and then only, can But what are we going to do when the To absolutely cure dyspepsia and restore some food you want. If you are suffering!

:.' .. .'.is, wiili Hun"rU ouu- it make use of them. P.eirin! with a stomach is completely tired out and can no the digestive organs to health we must from indigestion you will bo surprised at the I
1 \ .. cornr W right and small of whatever fertilizer longer: digest fond? We must not allow our give the stomach complete rest and give the speedy relief It will /give you If your case ;
duct quantity bodies to become saturated with the poisonous body a plenteous variety of good nourishment is of long standing it will require a reasonable
you use and im'reuse the amount as materials formed and time effect! for Nature cannot
by the fermentationof at the same supply reconstructive time to a cure;
i ( iu ---.\. I I :. -- tin plant inieases in growth, bei"cartful undigested food that would be followedby materials: to be used in repairingthe replace worn out tissues! with new ones! by

I. -.r..i>lf I'a.<-f of propt-r- not to .)\".l-du th,.- ntutUr.n serious and probably fatal results; andre worn out structures.To matnc. Hut when by the use of this preparation i'
1 ai.il .t\-nuul llou-t uu must not wreck the nervous system by devise a method of accomplishing!' the stomach is given absolute rest,

I I.\ ..\ it NtMs 11111. iiKiitor fur furltirriul to 1'-. Idea For n lltrr,.. the tortures of indigestion. We must lIve! three things has! been a perplexing problem and abundant nourishment and reconstructive

;, i II"'" strt-fi. ilTtt The re<-.-:-,; for this statui<: of a the stomach rest. But how are we going to and: / its solution marks a new era In the materials furnished recovery is certain
dolt? treatment of dyspepsia and permanent .
\. :'nitrrtidriicv aiid tluir necessity U- fairly df.-p. No recess I
I .dUu or st-puruif. on" of should! beattempted.
? -r, ,n the city ; moiifiii under eighteen inches dt-ep 6arly every month for yeas I was attacked with pistr&ljria, an agonizing! form of indigestion. Skilled physicians fulivl to cur m*. I com

,.1.II.tllI'i htt.i \\ ngtit menced using K'oiHju DYSPEPSIA CITKB and it !gave: instant relief. Now I have not had an attack for five months."-J. 11. Evans, Ilaimburf, 1'a.

b p .. MI>- t or xct-ilnit a.afe..iJoura.iiKiu paid 111i Thtit should be fi.vd I across the "My family physician recommended me to use KODOL DTSPKPMA CURE for chronic indigestion that had tortured me for years Formerly I

"i :.. !I'bi Mclitigb. 101 s>. rt-.-...: ;it :.lH'lIt I sixteen im lies :\l>oveX,1 couldn't eat anything or drink a glass of water without distress. Now I can eat and drink whatever I want."-Mrs. It.' Ku!!lr.ptvn. Xeuia, III.
nl.'ilt I
IL- "I had: stomach trouble for years, often so bad I had to abandon business. I tried physicians:: and all kinds of medicine. I commenced using

', \ r L'ulo'l oi-hirttMn lot Inr < ti1iSthP KODOL DYSPEPSIA CUKE and received immediate relief and less than two bottles of it effected a permausut' cure."-0. K Colhath Alie, .na. Mica. I
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I. ,' v ," "u., 1..I'm.. Oy thetl.hri ;
i -.A. t.. :. y..4'' xiulU 1'hiatuiu ,.."In' Prepared at the laboratory: E. C. I)K WITT A Co., Chicago. 50 cti. and tl. a bottle. The large size contains 2j times the small si 17'.


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i FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR
I I. '.iIId.-Dt'j1hf.a !n\- nil j WYMAN RESIGNS. [ Fears of Flood Dispelled. Every Woman
U'MII. I I.r. : umui.it ti bli, 1"1.-in'i.m r 1 .rLt f'itH'lIInall.131": h : I Cures coughs: and cold-
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t/tort 1..111 u.lk'.w1
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IU1'1" I IlIl. I .1 k 0 I disastrous Hood hero have been I ('artbronchitis and asthma .. ,II :. '' ... ... rl..1

i \\.,Ir\ lixltt Kl: 1'-1'*,.,'i*>*mm. Ml...ut,ni-1;.-.ill.taGWnlxlr.41..01! nlIIIIrttlr."rk \. I"y Quits Alabama son May State Be Successor.University-Heb- .! pellet! hy the timt.ly drop in temperature ills I Cures Cures croup hoar-eue and..whooping s and bronchial: cough. i itrtlublps. lti' ,.aa *5iC. 'II((1 1\| TIN\HR\H Nw. -..,\\hirlinIJ......."; Sprat, ,.

I '.. .1I..dl uutel nn.lillrii c C'r Birmingham Ala. :March 4.-It is which fh( \ked the inllowing I C'.1!

.. .; <...." tuMHl tart Kivrn..":brv. Alto tu ugtii i\\" uariviiii iiili-lliKcilt; ."- ( r annoiimed here that !Dr. W S.V}"- j rtrcams. The river at S a. m. here has Cures pneumonia and la grippe .' It"J. I

''it., C.I curving Murk, (.> hiimi HI ,unit man. president of the state university, i 11 reached 4VS ff'f't. Above hole it has! .1 W. .\. I)'. lenlberte,1'l South Pala- '.k trar,.draienl. br -. 1::--
nr I..if li.iiut nod du HI lrnut.l hoot fox -treet.i II" L .1 Hr I It' ilk '"
( been .
-,1..1\: no has forwarded: to Governor Jlks his:' stationaiy for long stretchesw 'M Ulf I.. ..1 ttdlul i I
ruiivn-ikiuic; i-\pfilfiift1 :.1.- i .1..01. ,
--KM' Apply m person HI tliH J hii-n.a resignation as president of tile institution !| any paiti iilar I't'ot. Iimit.tinl I.. .k ...'.M .i.f'. tft \ ,
:\..\ II( I' .. IT s full ., ,
i ) j nut l'nl Inl i The best cooking stoveswith lane' until 141'! to. I
-In >d' .'1I.1 I IILM.r. I MIMIii u i vat 1 latdeIo.., .lwIiRIILla._ '
raMifr IL iwO
Wr *
? >.1. >
t. br p""p". t" .... %''I..i. a Dr. \\' 'man'ti only reason for resigning ; I Bride at Age of 10. \ all necessary utensils Itooiu'Gr'riii *-.lIng. N' w > .,. I
u .. .h( 111.,1/1.. j t '11 r", ; is understood to lie his advanced! Ch f'aco. Mardi L-cording: to aspeeial t
;. .\:.. ..s./.j'" 11'...,.., "t to The Tulmne from Nashville.TVnn. nan be bought from the Ililits
and! his frail health. Th.- resignation PARKER'SHAIR
:' t age
: [ '
I .. the bride I Hardware Co. at remarkably
ill take effect youngest in the oun- BALSAM
is understood
\ li LIDO, uplyI.. .. it ... .
of r r ( ..J bu' tu
\\ .l.-. .4.A.balaP.An: uuvnl I at the end of. th. pi'''sent session. try is :Mrs. James Irwin. 81/.110 years, low prices. ('halo.n 7u: ..r .i>t r...-' .
M Centemlle. llhkman I Ut 7rr Fall 19 Itrvtor firs,
rI Dr. \V\min who is the senior professor county. She r = tear to .,. VooiLlul Cviar.
I..tl I:1'Itt. Las just been married. Her :Medical hociriy. Att nlllln. 1 1I tun.-ne4w... hi r !. ImLIf
thepresldenev husbanlis ,. .
at the university a.t'I'tI'd' i .11"1 it M Ivu-r *aI
... t t "\It! HKIIW1.I.iIlUI:: .. two under between 45 and Go years of age. I There will be a regular meeting of -
.t ..:i>:-l" KI.U t.gg' lur ...1... I 1..1. N ..:. .t\ I AMI :i1ltL..S.Ilw years ago protest IrDnxl I
.. and with the Mstanding that the Pensacola Medical Hociety at 1 1I
n Um Hardware r. lv> if !li.. I i. the itiiilerni'iitb front In-ill;: For the Complexion.The *, rr., iAwar.lwt I Ij
i the Board of Health office at
he would! retain the place until a suitable -
I'1 r-oiui. tilled! .. w tii .1 Ir11wo"d| support. as complexion always utfers; ; | > clock p. m. Tuesday Marl and LTj.I at Parts
executive head for the Institution II
.* shown, 11.is w ill t.iriu :i iiti-|>tii'lc from l iliDue or constipation. I Visiting physicians are cordially

I I I.'I.u'1 i ini.ii.tw-ii iii. iuiru\rd! ohei|\..'ii MCI -; if n tH"i: :inn\( ii inside: Tinscat/ could he found.! l'nle-s the huwfol are kept open the invited to attend j

-. .Ul MiHkll, >, itlll'tii bleed Lot upholstered( if a II.lt1'.11. Many people here are disposed to impurities from the body appear in OR. E. F. HutvE, ,{

.mii. I--iilitrrtrn alrtl. 1'11.0,111". MII ru ilk..n_ ion d the .sjiuiiM ,;,- I Inniadf to lit it. think that Dr. \\' -man'9 vn'si.:;nation the form fir unsightly eruption De'itt's Preident.DK. I iI i\\

"I I :'oro.\\ About it fish from the ci-ilin:; fixarivss opens a good hanfc for Captain Hobson. \% Little Early Pliers keep the W. C. DKWKKKY.ni"ittf .
woodwork liver and! noweh in hf'althroncli. Sf>Crf tar\ ,
'I. .1 .,1 -1I1} I.it-. a shelf with a ilerorathe tion and remove the t-aii-'e of such

\ I I.KI: II fur K1 1".1 Vltld. \ front std finish this off a Ion:; >-*. C. F.. Hooper. Alb-iny.da.: CANDY CATHARTIC 1Yi WINF CORDIAL 1I 1j I
f I "> brw tll.CL'..rv, the ii'ji; front with a inolilin:. I'ndrr DEATH CAME AS HE WROTE. sirs : "I took DiiWitt'Littla'Kirly Hithriirrfoir 'iumdiiun* for mettI'nnrne.s j 1I

I. 1.! err fmlii .- ad insultthis tU.- sin.i Her siiehesciiuIK ; leasers for bilioiiMie-s. They were nl Rlood. Sin tro ih t (;rer.l liet I
< i' I 'rlt.r. I'ol..n,<1u.II n'r In 'C Ihr 1; 'rnrr1%
;"...-,\ ;0\ n\fl for |KK)!U!'; and :111 OIK-II eitn- Body of an Aged Man Found In Bir ju"t what I needed. I umWlin: :; i ,h, acre. and Li.ud, ; r ,,rev f

IHI.II.I a* sun.w n. for jtottery.I mingham Lodging House. better now than in years" Never lnr. all Y roe llrminlPARIS ;
i 11 \ lit <1.IIU'< *>. : t
.. .. di-tre-is I .
: lllexwell out of lliP of .. gripe i-r Hafe thorouirh: and 1st: Hr. Ur.rtoia
Keep way Hitmiu ham, Ala.. Ial''hTh.
M. I -JtlK3> h-M: aurctur r il.e Int..ol tli- MTMIII sitting down. I irentle.. The"f'rY bet pilN. Hiriri;' Genuine stamped C. C. C. Never so'd in bulk F. I OHcrr A t w.
D Hair (fCMKls. tlnt.Iotlet.tn.7 it ( dead body of an aged man. II ( Pharmacv. John '
Sheppard: :Sidney Beware of the dealer who, tries 1.1
> \V hon'rDDl..Dt to sell
.1 should Intained andur-
1 The \%" Pearce l b>' name, was found Iopr.l"d in Hafin.5i1) I i
nislicd "I"11I11I11'10..1 in some pretty "somethms just as (ood.
or a little Dons in the third salty of the
"" i'- Iof l'uu.- the! holostriiftmv II
-- .". ral. -- ;alt -hatiVlien! tiaioh..1. Stewart lniildini.1 a c-hPTp Induing

r [t ."i. H 1-.1\1.i rurulntd. will ;jne ;irn-al sI:sitisf.-ictii house on Xvenue It.
'''''."U'I' orpreat jgl'I. C : GREATERBRHWNER'S
.. .. u, .''1 "t-H ('r..oy -- Tin- man had probably been dead! for REDUCTIONS >
.!.nil in In H..ii'.-litililVorU p
riMsir.llilmrr,
two or three weeks, as the body was
-I!llu'd! lalmr N \.iried in its reiii *., li
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0 .t1T
I r 1.I \V I.l { beginning) to decompose. On a tableat 0
--- '* : '. ,is :111.1:11I111'11I,1,' :111 aid l to "
( which he sat was a letter which he
Moral LesignsIrrtd -
I s. u
for cu,tou-tTb. I', .' I .-u'liire' Walking tip and dow'u was evidently writing at the time : 1

i> 5) West Ort-gury. ,.I i" l b1 niado an n-\.-llent e.erIIMlolling -
'\HllmDSPEPSIA death 0\" wok him and in which he ;
the niu&i-U-s of thf 1
was asking borne unnamed i>.!ati\t: for .
:Mi.hip down and ; i\in:: a
aid.!
-, x.- to the buoy if iHfforimil in II
'II' I'.I' i .nideasiest l way.'I1 usualiHitly TIlt other rooms in the house areoeeupied For the Next Ten Days :
by foreign wage WUI .prs. The
"Id till' hmvardit
thrown (
!
heel of iho fi..\ curt old gentleman for his < bth"how, 0_== =-- = ,: N -- - -- = = I)
Ue ''. 'the I -
1.1'
I .. .
Itye.t Ilu.iaI' ('lItii Ordf.I t
ed him to hate been a man of I.ntll'l'urro1'nflilles.
I i '. .1! i .il nvtLI'11 "I..I'. i\ _'liUnii, the |Kise of the. laxly Having Finished TllJ.illStock find lots Odds
....sins --'i 111..4 h ....uld .. train i is on the ; was probably niialili. to we of and Ends in all department? :
i.-i. .hl .1 srtt i put
I )
.1-11!! th. t. Last :)Ian'h t make them understand his necessities.The and in order to Close these Out and make room for J\'EH Sl'JlIJfG .
-' \1"1':; '': :ami snip tlif n I li.ii-K.: ( '.'11I1111;: to imrca.se the iimousn. GOODS
<: -.ull 1 am as well iii 1 .'x, of the lioust-wife. If the body is officials are looking for his rela to Arrive Soon, we quote prices Mow that will move them at once t! I

.r] .IFHT Newark, OCAN3Y laitM-d. well poiM-d. uj-riu'lit from the: lives. _.. .
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Ui-; 'Ii.- ball of the t.l strikiliu: thfs Outing Flannel, worthSc. l.um yards f
yards II 1 Fancy Calico worth5c. H Pair. Hoy'Solid .I.
.M I nist I iU" (In li4Inellh tli'xiblo! Inn itI1 Families Driven From Home. ::! ., to cloe at oc. y.inj. .. to close at Jr. yard. worth ".:!.;, f'lIl priiffh L illn"xtherlihies.

CATHARTIC :M as.'t''itrg! :; and lU'sct'iidini:: all the ParVcrs'inrK.V. March 3.-The lIwNyard4Outiug! Flannel, worth I I JOU) yards Kfd and Navy Blue I KnrHoy :solid I.puthtrShoes

:.:". d J tI'!! .. t, are seemed, and if much Ohio river tins morning shows :1t: 10c.. to'clo-eatT' c. Calicos, warranted: fast, -I' .c.. yard. tin..T quality worth ii; ;:>, our ,
is dune there will !I...* a A good a-sorttnt-nt of Dre-3 Goodsin piles
-Jt. ir iiJ iii feet and rising about one tenth of a lot Boy Single am! Double. $1f.: ; ,
colors in and
desirable
::1'1',11 I'lften-iu-e'!i in the a-vliiu ofitai- font an hour South Parkersburg.Xew fancy worth :25c., j Ie., ;5e.plain and $ UNJ.to Hrea=ted wits, worth #L+s) to 11.25, 7'J! Pairs Hoys': New (irleanOabl- !
Taos WJI* euare10't audit stirs rapid I !IoJ "prill :' to close at ,;5c. : Screwed shoes sizes
and
\ ; b
I. \ : |>ort and Riverside are in a partially close at loc.. ;-we., oOc. and 75c.yard. ; >c. 'Hllt.i 2 ui 5. worth
the ball of foot to uiiotlu'rfunus U..f). our pries $1.2"" .
ui'r"iu one submerged condition. Over lean 75 i Ho1I.Ublf'd.Brea"ted .; '. ,
.in esivllt-tit means of !-trt.ut'. families have been driven from their All ff our ;5c. l"5ifk"elreti to worth J1..VJ and J-.MJ). to clo-e ati i Leather$4 pairs Child'hho*., ti to b. loud I

Potent Taste Grand Po i-niiiK; the ankles; and curing; a tendencyto homes. By night; the river will be fall close at oOc. yard.; #1.15and$1 35 uit. -1i'S Pairs worth Mines'fl."',SN.es lour price j J....

fir ,. (.nf' Iflie.:: "ocRE flat feet.-Oood; Uou.seket'i'inj!:. 1 lot: of :Silk: Remnants at half- I JiJO Hoys' Ioubed-Preaud and I 5aljd io I:, ,
icg. Lf-atht-r. worth .
l.
!
:: ,
our price
A :: CONSTIPATION. ... price. Three-Piece Suits, worth $3:{ (OD to "&< :

.., It ...... ........l. X.. l.'i. 111IIL Surgeon's Knife Not Needed.I'ltr"'n' 1 lot of yard-wide Percale, worth 1150, to close at $i: ::.r; to 13: .25! suit. Z'2: Pairs Mi.-",,' >ioes, in
Chronjc Diarrhoea. inc.. to cl. 'e at 7'4c.' yard. I II We : full line to 2, f
a
C.au, '. .vtl.r.'tdrti I is no lower llfo'f'.arto carry of :Men's.Milts worth II.oil.' our prits." ."
c.
I \. IC tl HK1, i at ,-llabtl cure piles. n.-Witt',. Witch Hazel I 1.urds: !-l "iJleaclifd Dome;- : front $1.50 to flU W. t.iclo-eat You should look t x
.
fr. C. B. "'intidd. of Fair Play.Mo. II i at our line of ;
) ;
--- salve cures such cane at once, retnovin who suffered from chrn.uledyentery tic. no starch. at 4 ..c. yard H<) per cf-nt. discount. ChllJrenV Fine > ". *. i

read to the necei'y for Il.lllproa.., I ,
;
I / get ;: for thirty-five years.siy# -

ir spring garden, painful sialtcuts.and! expensive. burn-operation wounds, Chamberlain's! : Colic, Cholera and ONE :
For PRi
did him more BRIWiWS
Remedy F. E. ECA8HHOrSE
tr garden utensils bruise-, sores and akin di-eaes it 1uiipquall i 1- good Diarrhoea than any other medicine he J I tJ tJ10j

Bewarpofcol1ntt-rfeit.:.
-d.
e \\\'HU.t\ Hardware h id ever ever ued. For sale by all ,
i: Hargis'i Pharmacy, John Sheppard, druggists and medicine dealers. ii : SOUTH PALAFOX STREE1' IJ.
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA FLORIDA WEDNESDAY MARCH 5, 1902e

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(: FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY .

i NEW ORKCoMMERcIAL but inillr mtlntbrUtt to apply I iorl i-,


t) xpr-*,loa &ipu r.-

I' \ I CI\J -lt of th. bt

: !AND D PERSONALS I 'nly; klaj we hradlG ..

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have you lave n-

,.4 I''t I''. !!ts \ ruI'll :!sit 5'2.5"2.S252525.Gj FOR BUSINESS MEN AND INVESTORS. OJVFS @ with a =aod ..l ctl"ii

II\\; jLh' ( 'and Staple! O" ,.'-":
:,I III C. P. ritinespring; of Flomnton, i is ft i anteed at

In !'l! It in true city today on busine-
j' J The NEW YORK COMMERCIAL u a strictly!: C)rx:::eeiaL Financial
I t C, E. McClelland of New Oileans
j I i'I" i* in tie city today on business.Jadge azl Industrial newspaper. It is BUSINESS through ad a recogrnizedauthority Pat 1cNuqt' >>
I You wok t rued
:I : on busir.ess tOpIC:
't \ Daniel: Campbell of DeFun-
It's the '. National!-B'lsiness: -Newspaper and raaictains! it own l' ," .
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i -fprin;;*, is in the city today! on : "las6e6 to see the merits cf or!
I I.i basinsChas.--. NEWS BUREAUS: and business onces In all important trade centres (' 'ri..," I' a..t 1

pl I ,- H. Bliss i* now at Tucilooia throughout the: United: : States. Its NEWS SERVICE is largely eulusive lire cf Shoes for.. --

1 : I. 1' ,, j Ala., uiakicg A write up of and goes int'j the details. regarding: ; bu.-iness transactions, developments: and ....................-......-- ......-...............-.- -- -- ....... .... .... .... .... .. .. .. .
t that pi ice. esterp-jses-News f,r the: bu5:2ess; n..n who biS customers in al! States- 1 r------ ,

!1 ll I J tt' The many friends: of Mi-* Frank News of bis customers and news of Ll* : -News for the investor I 1 i

iP., 111 l', riatnpey will regret t> learn that ate who holds. ; o- who seeks investrtesu in trade..-eloped'! p: r'lrtes.'ot: :'e O y,,\ j.\ N,I IRt

i, .]t \ is quite ill. [I froth, but tl:'. substantial news from all sections; of the cott). ij i 1 w mn [ 11 HAPPE r

;' f I \ Mr*. Cha. B. Peck aId Mi- N 4. Its FINANCIAL service! i, particularly co::pete: and includes: d..''.y rep -

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i > I' )1'' the :;.1eB atthe E.camIJia. P'.t'.a: : : .t:'-,' i. <.*-. 1: pat: the: FACTS ::: regard to i invcstsment- a,'.- Fir*t. tljey .ire comfortable because J

f 1 yet l 'r r.v- .NO FAKE SCHEMES to its columns knowingly. Its NOTES and QUERIES ., THAT A LOT OF

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'P:1: : -pec.j.1 :!useo':i'-s subscribers: and supplies tlefrc e) made ia Nature'salape.Is.1 "
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" II. Hall! is out after H Inns lil- -Brs iss"CII.\ -T : ;:.; ;;;:i : :barlljanJdro-.y.. -; S12.OOO.OOWORTH
.. .\ .; S. i s : i;? dtpar.-.ent of the
: / with fever at MueogeHe ,
f Id:( ..'I nere yesterday aftrti""u. C ''or:n:RC.::.L : ,r .t..vc:1 ., B..:-. 'y (';.?-J:1es: I:'-e-tr..en-. -
! : I Next, they are made: t.r I I OF
t l..- .'. John Storck t IT am.JlItLe! C.-uV.; : -.' i, .v., f'-m a":: 1:: ; <-- :-. T'ntH! SMUS. Thev jr-v. <.x-

( 1. cclltnt! -_ --. .. : t'-e N. : .;:c :"j-,1l tf the .nd ':0
I" ; I !Vi, US to t.e! ",h L'oUipi.y.Xr'i.lery :--: c t: \c- \ paper

t I : F rt Htran:4-. .lbs _'. _' hard wearaud tley ,.tal...! '
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I' t*THiNG !MO G&NT' tUnNI UII! :

'I'.; j-t .' ',: I i. Minge grad wife ad: MiVi "
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S:4: !<.. : -r, of N-- UrletiiW'rf THE COMMERCIAL is THE PAPER FOR THOSE theracktt. Made mail! .

. i : '..! inight'? aruvals lit ti -
t .; .i. .. Is thrown the market and so'
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:. ,'. WHO HAVE MONEY AND THOSE WHO the new l leat; f-r-. :No (
't : "'. Klizibeth: B. Hiirb rt and
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/ .t I. .... n t;. Harden of EvuL-tmt 1 consumers at less than the
4d WISH TO MAKE MOSEY: igher tai: unreiiable
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arrivalrrd l lal
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t ,I. 'j .iallbyE A Goom aid ---COUPON SUBSCRIPTION OFFER brands. eat.er. Hnn 1

t .. '. C. Bidell. of Jack,-'LVilIar: 1t
t >cw1urkComiitrciai! < !4uid "!; erc Eusine-d Morning"SLb and the t NOT SHODDY GOODS.-K-
; sed lu the city last nlhtani ret---; t
..nfliofl PfiU' u J5.iJ'J a >esf ia ai!>ank 50 u DloDl1I. t!:f children: and 1 J.k, at
red the K-cainbia.
!i. : at
1') Will send a= Trial tor 3 MONTHS tor $
t t I.. Mr. A. : .'of i .t the Southern: llelt Telephone Co.. S I 1.00 if ycii: RETURN THIS COUPON t.m.: : : : :
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.; wiio- hettdquirters !are in :New- D 0. HA YES & CO., 396Broad .a>, \E\\ \ORA. II j
:1"..i"( i '. York.i in ttir city ch>ckiu; up tie/ I 'll I 4 .CLEAN! NEW STOCK
i I'ensaeola ubr.lioe.it -------- 1
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: '. The new Gad-den street chur(.'.
1 YOU AUK WIE.1': IF Y \\A.\T III" '
:Society will meet an l 'ir imzj'omorrow
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; I.,i afternoon :at ::1:::5'J o'clock! at THE WINIFRED WILL -K2: Sp6GiaI >>. i 1 IF DONT FAIL TOCAI.I. ArTHKBWDOWN-InA \ .
-. u the home of MrMarion Clutter. A BIG LAND DEAL OF THE LEVY-POI C' %1PANV. WHERE: ?Ht. -
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L ,d All ladle* interested in th l- work ACAIN CO TO SEA ,
!* t :l :NOW GOING ON. AND: PROVIDE YOrR-RI.K \\ I i
f. are invited to attend.
: YOU NEED IN 111 [- LINKMcMillan:
Lt .' MiIi"' atnce tottol, sifter of
a
(fflisses'\ l lace or Button
ii !I i Lieut. James F. Hct'.el, C. ri. R..ve- Dr. J. 1 H. Folt-y.. t-: Wf-aiu.y f'ii-: Th- steamhipV'inifred: : wit! sail
.lq : for New York thi- afternoon if i
f rue Cutter :-ervue. who i* well cj) proprietary medicine nnuuf-

t '1 I known here he hiving wedJej a tur r. whoe H.ny and Tar anJ weather conditions permit, and
: Pen-cola girl was: mimed atWashington Patent Leather: Tips the! { & BeersLevyPou's
',f I ; Kidney cure areold here by \\'. A. when she arrive at her point of destination
It y 1 lie. reoutly to Mr.
y I I '1 :'.' done Ka,tblack Taylor. D'Alembtrte auJ adverti-ej m THE I I will hive completed a mot

\ A-1'' A. .--"toddart of New Yrk., wi.o Ntw.s. Wi here recently ou an important I!, eventful voyuir A large portion Old Stand.

,'I. own-lot- property hre and haau mi-i. n-that of illvt'Uu !i i the caro which had been intended $1.50
i t.., !1: r r 1 - S w -
fl' elegant; home on Ki-t Hill, i- on an exten-ive scale in real e.tate. for this trip of the steamer could 4-T TTTTr w

( !. again iu the city l looking aft-r hi- Dr. Foley called on THE NEW.at n'Jtoe taken, back at this time and .
I \ t realty iriterfc- here, an t, ptrhapi.
thetime and told of his wa-left l onthedocks. This will be
L I', ;, I the m \ 1r Mr :Mi'ddart was first to exprthe the lime wa not ripe.) nit-ution the ., probably loaded next week, when it KIND ,. e O $ O & O OOC 'J CntI

Il. I 1, belief that oil existed b--loir the ur- matter.: The purchase hi now been is expected that the bu :\'Irthwf'tten -
1 t. willarrivo here from New York. 4 O
l 1 face of l'en-4c" and vicinity and etTrcted and, it i i- a big one. FOR
I l' i I volunteered t', dive; lib-rally in cash: The land-are in Baldwin county Among_ the fire .damaged. _oar_ u.!o 4}
't" 1 I toward pro-pectiufor it. wa* f.::XHJ l wrth ')( sho-- tor .'i: )bile
l\ All., the
: ju-t ucro- Florid hue
i Anionu the prominent l visitors; here and tne *ale a .re;'itinj; romethm linn It i. aid a couipromi-e wa 0 t SMOKE WATER 0Q

'. II it are Dr Philip H. Rutmir. H prominent Itkt'wMlaere: : ( *, wad mad b't h.. etf-cted with them by alloAing $1.15Meyer :
Hem .
a \\r 'i 111't physician <>f Ltuiivillf. Ky., Southern :State Lumber Company I ?hoe tluui-. damage they acceptingthe C) -'- o
: and +;on-tu-Iiw of Prilent rt. M. of thi- city.
Many of freight when opened
cae
Iainour. ..rCo.Mr. I. W. PacKtrJ of theTolnlo. been ;oineth'n:; like $'.t.nu were found almost empty: they having -
ld! O Courier-Journal, and :Mr. Included in the purchase is the I ; ben lootej of their contents ---- -- I II 1 o
lIlt I either at Tampa or at thi fort it i is
!: (.', (t C. C. Packard! of North mid S'juth. famouMagnolri o'pring. and there j not known po-itively which. I Muslin Underwear r o

H They were fcMie-t yesterday, of Mr. Dr. Foley purpo-e buildin,' an ele- i o
'U 'i I and >Ir-. E. O. Salmir on a delightful .jiiit winter home. i
''t.;: I excur-ioti on tl!,,, bay Dr. Foley informed THE NEW White Man Turned Yello Shoe Go. :c>

when he wu here that he intended (ireat cn-trrnatintl wa felt by () 0o
Ji. I'Ol.Ml' IT.I -pending larh'f- -nalin improving the friends of :M. A. Hn/arty: LfoXillton \ T

the property makir.: it one of the : I Ky.. when they 'a* hp wa- I o
f C.ffrr \'iII ) line illVik in (;...M! mo-t b-autiful and attiactive estates ttrnin? yellow. Hi* *kin *lowly
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Fee I
Furni-hcf for Ca-ll o
: 1)le. in the :South.CATHOLIC channel color, also his eyeanJ he Only. THE BIG STOHE.
utfrfd t..reihlHi.* malady wa 0
Member* of the ;sun* ftu.ily ir" Yellow Jaundice. He watreited

\ .Heeled ditlerently by coI( .e dnuk- SCHOOL \>y the b.--t d"Cter, but without be- 102 South Palafox. <> 0o

I Jii/. Oue may feel the etf-"t in a n:-ftt. Then he was advised to try o

drorderrdtouiacc! while another! OF HONOR Electric Litters, the wonderful E
lUay have: u.i trouble with th" -t.tm- JOLL o'tnnach and Liver romftdand he o IR EnMre Line: ..f !PHIN i 1 \ [)KK\Vr: \1.. 0
aeh *o far a- known but luve pilpi- O
: tom- tation IIf the heart and till tlly t r- S-nior: iirl-Kf-tti H.ill. Ter..,-:a ''I I write"Afttr cured takltiF'twt' trial, iwttle;* iwas o :SliRbtly! lamaed: bv ".-.. .ke: and \\'.. rrtaui.p' 0
wholly A
proveit Ityiott of the l IIIH11110n IIfTn
aoic heart (Ii.P.te.'tr p'rh.lH! in L Hela ( iouzalez, Adi Mc-
i If.f'U. matehlemerit for all :Stom ich Winifred." '1 ti. K.i.tire L.t wilt tt.
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another the kidneys in iy become af Huith. Annie Wal-h Liver and troll hi.. .
IoubtO'CIIl) Kidney Only $

I 1.\\ fected.As an. illu-tnitnu! t f unity in uf-U. Ite;,:jn'i Hubert. I .ah'DrU I ::Sold H. byV.. _\. D'Alemberi-! ?h fret N Nfttth1!ti n l !nk o 0

t I 'I: Murphy-bi Ill report- I'xil..n. Senior )!.)ys-atH- Gregory n.t ; o Offered for Sale Friilay awl SalurAt ;
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,"\ ence. Mr-l Cole di-covert tb tt the lain: t, Tho*. Johtioii, n'lbt.lId"r- A GUSHEK STRUCK : ,
V \ I' PIN -\OL\
-totnacb aud nervuuretie
hour 'ID.rchil; ( ;.I.tr. Kmanuel John- at the Jj" Furniture Hou-e. and 0o
night were caud by suttee drink :ij INTIIF-T'.IF I "i F"i; !: : \. \ riiU.'ir .
f, in;:. Her mother -utl-re-1 from!I ion, 1'aitl Riera, Mallory Hi ra. Le' '-"J! We-t rovernmenttrett. If you "l- HI 'iNtFI.RRI-AR1sth. Creatly Reduced Prices

cervounewhen coIwa- used,. Rupert, Flavian )Mann Jlareuc: fill to get a iiii-her; nf, your own, it i* : it.. o

ii whil" the brother .>i the f tiinly h,.- Brown Dudley Jonzalfz Frank 'your fault. We will !u-h the furniture i. T .. L"t Kuibrace-: L.ui'f.
Ib-on1
from cote. into your hou-e at unheard of (t. <> : at. 1 I'l ildreu'i Xit (

; cameawreck directly \ \V'itt. George; Hillurd. Fauna low price: We have plenty of it in I jinnand t-73..,| o 0o
I' ilrinknii 'Tou HI. Urea .I'lin'l. JaineWalnl'eter flnet'to i>\.'nlntH'urt'd Dud:1r..1 .. SkirtCLeruir! Drawer, Or '**", IdfatitV.: I lDon't
ry all the theoheapet.
-tylefrom
1d'1 r"Cole, in l.er letter, -iv-, referring < : 31.."' '...
1 to her brother : "HewPn [ Walter; JacobThomon. Your for birbrain*, 0. M. t" .*-. Bunt toecurr clr ..:.' lignum <> -. >
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; from one ph v-ieiui uiui'herinJ 1 r Robert Cirlm, E: 1 ward IJvru, 1'ryor. 1'remiumson I'. I'!. boii,!t- 1,1.1' I <> 0o

>I\1 ,.1 !In-, ca-e ruzzled. .. them all until IKt JulnV hnldnrattPlt-alsh. Clyde.lchr.! *.f'- Ianch"_.. ftiK'kI'uritlet.ts. 1i..1.hlu._ ....'urll'L-. etc ,'.I.I.ttutr I l..i'I" U Miss this Opportune-. '() i I'
I > H IJ trial 11 lIlIIer..utnY-lcl.ill'l EQUALIZING BOARD "' aulagmI'thrr
'McHiuh. Eva: ionzilf-z. Hilda ,, fill estate owti' .1 I-'.-<. .C:
o 0
i j.! :Some thought be had apoplexy I/Touart, (ieorgit) Ktu-huw.! Fauu19Inhaw Im' (rum Nationni chase Fine Goods at Bargaui Pr .
'j\ others, locotnotor auvn.otneudi I ONE MEMBER SHORT Rank i not UeservAuentsi I
: Annie :1tni- worth. I."mi.i 0 0JUiiliam
m-t relieve tie! a 1..1'' .v
> vi<*d uperatl <> pre
<.11'1.& Rm.! Vera McKvny.Rutb (Jur. <
1 tt.er hi- lu-from Mute Bank- 0 i
certain
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sure nt \pjintatnj'
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Gertie .
Marina Audtr-on, Roohe.Aniu alit laiik-r ;;:.m':
becameo al inning tl-it w.t wer The city council! will convent ic
: Dui from approvtu r"-
afraid ti> have him al'III" He frejdently Alfred.Maher.Juln John-itn.Katie Mi-tta.May Hall Kula: special: res-ion: tonight for the pur- MT\e UiUts .. 1 ....:., .;
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Interim! Ke ven u
( f tinted conjitiui.i a'o\o ay. and. was in a France Chri-tie. Eva Hall : :\fa-t"r* poe of nominating; one member of :tamp II' s i Soljnsou Son. ']
tn<)-wretched l'l\t'ck'amt other cishlama :
Robert Cr: (-nt. Harrington J/lhn-n.1
the board of of
) Fiuilly one of the phy-ici1th sug- equalization one ..I "
: { ille- brought ItuthacAedr-on Dudley Ic II uh.; those elected been Not>o!other National *
'd
\ 'tat I joibly c ; already having
Ad-i; .
.. ,i Ii..tAnOlf! (f aiua. Gonzalez.Naomi Bank ; : "
on -oine of the --ymptoin- ) hA wa. Maiz ult.Intermediate | unable to qualify for the po-ition. Krnctional paper cur- O <>

( 'i,.., i I, per-u'in the ided uof to give 1',).tuns up cuite Food and Cotlep! be1 :Steel :Girl Sybil"-Aaiba Mi-e* MarieAloyius Kobe. ''' The( member\ thtu failing; was Mr. LA\n''l."r"IImelt"s'.-nt- )I..!>ERE'. aDd lit HC<>00 O$ O <>OOO(I O<>0 0 0 U
ie
? :lh Then 1It'l began tu recover, and day >r?e Wright, who was one of
> Amelia l HZoui. Genevieve Clarke, aEIty! E I.N HANK, viz:
by d..y the old trouble left. Now Iltttie O'RClt-n. those elected on the firt ballot, butit :
4 he h.i" )gained about :VI pounds :and inow learned that he i n not a ,.
Junior OrII1"li.* Lola '
(. lsthe; picture of health. Of coursehr *:icrn.. Annie <}'iinu! Lillian McDonald : Cu-- < qualified reUtered: : voter in the Itttirnpuonfand note :5.00 with" -53,515e THE NEW GROCERY STOREWILL :
and I.Ifamily use Po-tum resf. city having neglected! this important t'. >. Trea-iurer i5SeToTL
Hilda
Kicker. Aue Hinfell
ularly.! He ayshe w,'}ulJ as soon Loui-o, !, ., matter when he moved in from of circulations: .. 5.1", r"-tI.t.'i: :
Philippi, Katie Connors
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drink a spoonful of poi.-on as of old Nellie Mullm.DEATH I his country home. ..... ....$tJ ,:!!', :.
.. fa-hiotitd i cotf..p. -- -- -- Me" rs. Hrawner and R"illv. the
\\'hplI we tlrt bp in to mike ros i i two others elected, have qualifiedand I.ialilitlr..

i' turn it was boiled! but a few minutes TODAY OF were ready to take the oath i Capital stock paid in ti": '.'"i 'II, MOYER
au'i none of us liked it, hut sin't' we yesterday when: :Mr.V'rzht's! di-1 1 :surplus: fund I r..:'" >><
I i hojjiii nuking it properly (by hiving MRS qualification became known. The'' I'ndivtQ-d proiits. Ira* exp:uw4 .
: SLOCUMB ,
a and ta't--paId 7 ?'1 irjNational
t ti I it boil l idug enough to brings out the i meeting will be held at 6:30 o'clock : buiik notej oulstanalo Keeps a Complete, First-Class, Up'to-Date St )K '.
I tl Hor we til con-ider "ur..rir to and police oilicer were busy this .. I 1,11q ql,

; ; : the old fashioned: coilrtfl. It is delicious Mr. Margaret; Mocumb.: widow' morning; ?serving notices of the Du.to Ranks oth.XaUlJual, 41354) .lI of Fine Staple and Fancy GroceriesNo.

a' when made right; and Hut i.* of :+tep hen H. Slocumb died at her meeting the councilmen.The hue to Mate hank:and

I ,' ei-y.: home. 21s! North prm& ? street, about council will receive nominations individual banners depositssubject V %!,'''I 4i 30 W. Government St., Salisbury BIo K.
a ;,1 A number of our friend. hive! been for a person to fill the'acany
to checkCashier's rI.i4O '1
4 o'clock this moruin .
4i II t. '.t ("'rpllof various atlnlentiby leaving: ;! tonuht and an election will tab demand Crrtlficateofdrpoclt. TJI.I'IIO: t: :s::
1 I .>j f cote and uring Po"tUU1.'itb Mrs. :Slocumb wa taken -uddenly place! two weeks hence.oSTETTE n.it.l: 00 j

I' \lr". the colt- caused a ill lat night and diEd at the h" ur - -- --- ttandng checks. ... ..ou-. .. E01',...tw7rtif; t3Note I
bl-iatmj anderious If you want a nice present to >rive .
motheringen5on .
: :She wa* about 65 of To aria bills red: If your stove pipe /
trouble with the ",-\Ct.: She years strengthen. counttd l-I./IW :.- to a friend, go and look through the
h r ha* entirely! recovered since Chang- are: and had numerous friends in S your l-i ;impo'tom;rile'h to it elegant\. line of !suitable articles at sitwke, buy new joint'' "

i 1 f }f 1I itijf from the common cotfee to this city. 1' tEU RATED find a bettermedicine TOTAL JI..ill i'" 2j: J. Stephens:; you purely can find elbows from the >i.
than :STXTEOt! FliOKIDA.Cor OK K-C\MBIA.:
P.)tum." She leave two children, Miss th. Katert. It ..-: something to please you. If'oa
'i t ---- --- Lena Slocumb, Geo. J. Slocumband makes the digestion t. \V. K. Hyer Jr., Cashier of the atxne- want anything in the Diamond fine Hardware Co.
:special communication normal, naned bunk do solE'Dmlswt ar that he be sure to see him before you buy.
,t of cainbia LodieNo.. 15, one iter i Mr*. Ltbbie Gonzalez to b t.Id3 nerve tit.u above .statement: true to the best of my .
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her sad and and belief. -- -" Winter eonzt are t. -
mourn death. tones up i !know ktIge! apt
i I G >WF.AA.: M.March, at 7W.. p.Work m. The funeral will take place Friday the entire system. W. K. Hi EH. JR., Shutout the winter winds con-utrptionif irlecte.l i
Friday, 5 Try It for Ca-bier.:
t t e ;:.. Vin E: A. degree. Visiting, morning at 11 o'clock from ChrUt's hubscrilx-d and sworn to t>*fore m; this : Get your window glass and b* noon broken up by u- r
t 1 invited. church. Interment in M. Michael's l ; ,I Bechig, 5th day of March U 2. Honey and Tar W.-\
; brethren! cordially cemetery. W. HUBERTS, Notary fubiic.CorrectAttest Dully from the Willis Hardware berte. I''t a. r..laf"I."
II HARKY \ OHm, 1 .
Flatulency
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F. C. BKE.VT. \ Co.Don'tmiss.
i W. D'C. KESSI.VR. Secretary. ;
I KSoaLEsr
t tlli WM.: H. Directors. -
W. M. The most reliable preparation for DjtpepsiaInsoms OABTOn2hrt
1J U. Hun )
kidney troubles on the market i is STOMACH the bargains that are
b tair l. MJ'
t I' I Go to Kruce bUT a punching bag: '!'Foley'a: Kldnpy Cure. W. A. D'II 5 Subscribe: to the NEWS lOc being offered in furniture at the A
Q'TTER per Swell Furniture House, :all and 22
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i'' take exercise and save a drug bill. I emberte, 121 & Palafox. ,I ia. i week. I West Government. ,


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