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Creation Date: March 17, 1902
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DEMOCRATS HAVE !t THE PHILIPPINE STRIKE NEARING GENERAL MILES ,





A GREAT OPPORTUNITY : SITUATION' AN END WANTS TO END THE WARBut



Special to The Ness' Hpeciai to The Ness.
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Washington March IT.-The Senate Boston, March 17.-The return to

s') Writes Henry Watterson from WashingtonI Philippine Committee has adjourned wu! k .-fa number of strikers at the ,' Teddy Is Alleged to Have Said/ "Nit"

I, until tomorrow when Heu. New Haven sheds today is con-id- ,

();H will Ute his: view's and opinion ered favorable to a speedy adjustment -- -

the future of the strike situation. Only i
'rill' I on government of the Spvctnl to The News |

CECIL RHODES'CONDITION inland. differences remain to be i SKY-SCRAPERS ARE
mitor now
ill-, March 17.-A later has New York, March IT.-General1'

settled. I
t''U here from Henry I Watn --- --- -- Miles, who i is stopping here, while ,
: DOOMED IN CHICAGO

\ iu Warhinstou, in I! -- PRINCE HENRY OIL STEAMERON he declined today to di-cu the re- .,

,,'- : port that President Roosevelt has
NIw" alt 1'hi- :N'-w Corrosion Is Eating Away
I'I. oiiHthiu; at this utr/- HOMEWARDBOUND refused his request that he be Sent i
Cape '(Town Mam.: 17 -- Ocil FIRE Ii i Steel F. a e Work. .
.' nid- nut bold and clear to tho Philippines to end the war, .
i Rhodes j* uuei!: weaker today uud

,:I'd i the national capir \ IIM heart ;yiiiptoniare wor-e. ; said that he considered the proper I GREAT BUILDINGS IN DANGER

r ithat the democrats I spseal t) The Nes; .. way to end the battling in the '
-- I' General William: Smith Says It Is Only t
.1! opportunity if they 1 SMALL POX Port :SaiJ, Egypt, March IT.-The Philippines was; according to I
Special toTlic New.. a Question of a Very Few Years
,\ ,w tu improve it. British petroleum steamer Nerite, method- employed at Porto Rico,
Plymouth :March 17.-The Ham When the Mighty Towers Will Col.

11' -: time hi thirty yearsin ON LINERWHERE burg-American line, Deutchland, reported afire in the canal yesterday and not those by which be subjugated lapse. f

is still burning.COTTON : .
are at -aa..iilitan with Prince Henry and party aboard, the Indian
Chicago. March 13:; -"The steel I
situation i i. re- --- I arrived here at 12:15 this afternoon I -- ----- frame work in many of the Inn buildintb .

t 1:1 .*uccf! ..ion. THERE ARE OVER TWO and sailed 'or Ch rburg at 1:15. MILL in the business district of ChiI
JOD SLOAN
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I Berlin :March IT.-The emperor ago is corroding inakiiig tht'1U'ry
i 1 I I" .T anti-Teddy! dangerous It is only a question of a
THOUSAND PASSENGERS.
boarded the Kaiser William I
II battleship : STRIKE OFF few years when these \buildings will
i :1'; are out ia ub-
--- today to go to Coxhaven, where REFUSED i fall to the ground."

I' "Iwctsl to Top News I he will await the arrival of Prince This statement was made by General -

William Sooy Smith at the thirty-
Uf>4 veltii gradually! Henry. _f1"elal l to The News.
New York March IT -The North LICENSE fifth annual dinner of the Chicago real

tad replacing memo German Lloyd liner Khem arrived Admiral Contomen and other j Fall River Mass., March 17.-A ('state board. He added: "That the

'.: -\ 'alt1: cabinet today with a case of email pox in high navy and military officials will .f-ttlement was reached today by the __- steel frame work of some of the sky
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scrapers is in the condition stated U
.',y repftitiu;; in na- the steerage, where there are over participate in the reception to the manufacturers and strike leaders I Special to The New.. nothing short of a public outrage"

:.Nllcho-hr akillg I two thousand_ pasenger: prince. and the cotton mills strike has been i' London, March 17.-The Jockey I' The speaker explained that his statements

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Club today refused the applicationof
*." duplicate the -- and iIlVI'nti/atiuIIII.
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LESTER HUMPHREYSDIED SHIP SUBSIDYIN Tod Sloan, for 1icen although he "The steel\ frame work imbedded In
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BARKENTINEPERSIA will be allowed to train horses and concrete will last ':.11"11 years," he said

TODAY THE SENATE ride "luit the steel frame work in many of I
iu trials of speed. There U no
I : the big buildings is It.ft free to the
chance of his license I
__ securing a
: anion of the air and gases which circulate
I I :I ASHORE later. through the tile and a space
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NEB( SULTAN t'p..chl to TIi.' New. I I Special to The NusWashington -_- aliout the Heel I

Albany, March 17.tate.nator: : March IT.-The sen- --
'The owners of these strut lures
A HOBO RABBIT
Lester Humphreys died at the Albany ate convened early today to hear th- 1 have the steel painted with oil. This
FOR TRIPOLI HER CREW OF TEN MEN RESCUEDBY
hospital this moining. final the subsidybill oil will withstand the curro-lins process
I \ 1 Speeches on ship RIDES TO TOWN ON I
about three years. Then l begins
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I before the vote i is taken on .t at AID OF BREECHES BUOY. I
THREATENED I PULLMAN BRAKE BEAM the corroding of the steel, and withina
3 o'clock this afternoon.
-- few years jour skyscrapers will

J '. i '*. i1: i I.- 1'.tl.- KIDNAPPING! OFPEACOCK'S Senator Frye ha charge of the ,i, pecli tllJ'h!: :-w.--e A "hoh,," rabbit is the late-t of fall! f

, bill and was granted thirty minute Lv.u Mi .ich. \. I.. March IT.-Tea The speaker said that the elevatedroad t i
f:i G41!<.w ''oI BABIES things phenomenal to den ieI' here. btriutr.rts would not withstand I

if -I I : '. .\ 'i.i pI d; I I to reply to the arguments against it. men rods a-hore in the breeches 1! A few days ago, while Car In-pec- the corrosion. He asserted that within I
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: and within :0: years jIlt of Venice.
'". I I I. ,'. : : .i New York. March l IT.-AlexinderT. ST. PATRICK'SPARADE entine Persia, which went a,lnre looking over the airbrake arrangement The corrosion of one.fifth of the thick

I. J i 1'r( : the Pittsburg million.I I i last night and is now fast aground of a sleeping car which had i ness of the steel frame work of the I

"as '!lire I : and .ex-vice President of the IN THE RAIN just arrived on the 5 a. in. train, he > structures; he said would render them I
The Persia i* P.ritih ve"el hailing
a incapable of bearing their own weight.; '
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I (U"flu'-ie; tel} Company: today refused : -- found, Mtting a truck beam of the j!
I 'Ir Ur, "UI) l our from Hant-port, S.The!: captain ;, I
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.. >.. ..Tat p II A. to di-cui the story that he Hpeual to The :\,."i. i sleeper I a large-sized swamp rabbit'which ; AFTER 50: YEARS FINDS BROTHER.

> ,r' 1 > .e.-r..m"1'nnsol M' lied here to avoid the! annoyance of | New York, March IT-la thernivUtof becanif confused by fog and ,I II had evidently taken refutefrom :; |! II
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,"" ,' th.. chit.It threat of kidnapping his children. !' gale: and loot his bearing He told the rains under the protection I Ii Supposed to Have Been Murdered, Is
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< i "I",ru r" Kind a low, steady ram, a large number i Living In Nebraskil.I.ar.rangf' .

I..'.' ,\. 'oO'', luarrboonitT r..r IBIri Mr;*. 1'e.icock :and three children of sons of St. Patrick are tod.ij' the -tory cf hii mishaps by firing :i furnished by the Pullman. j I!i Ind, March 15.__Iwls J. '

'i' *. t'verrDrI' Ir I The little animal was active, Grant of Kalamazoo: has just heard
: ..- are also here. She: is said to have parading the streets, celebrating; the f(1ck"b. I I very
a tpottie.
I from his
i.r '. brother Alexander whom he
w's numb: but could not extricate him-el" from
ct'i'EdI..tt the sum
r decliuiu
: :< ..Til. ; |[ birthday of their patron taint. Mays I has not seen for ;.V n years and who was
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I i of}l.ti"Oand demanding ?:>:i,0<>0 as the II 1: was celebrated l : at the cathedrals CAPE COLONY i, his predicament before being; cap supposed to line ln-cn murdennl by
tured Mr i'.onifiy who
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of h'a1uner children alone. !: Indians and :Mormons in the
'I' ur.- at th. price : I I and largely attended. REBELLION AGAIN it to Assistant Yardmaster Hell, Maintain Meadow massairo. f
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:11 ''I Xi and J'Ji I I who is proud of his new I
II, 1 SIR RICHARD TEMPLE DEAD. !I KING EDWARD A FLOURISHING very pet. and The Alexsnd.-r family lived at GeiiKary| Ont., ,

i __ I went to California in 1
ell 'r :, and waists ;i SAILING GOES BASEBALL DIRECTORS MEET. Search Of sold Alter a fw years had :
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.: .;'t" : .N.. to'tarI.uun. -pfi'ml to Thr Ne" '. I II -r I phpoed and no tidings came from him
| Loiuioii March: IT.-r ir Richard I'\pec."J l t.> Tii- Nen. Southern League Will Arrange Schedule I.ewis
-- started! in search of him. Then
Temple, ex- overnor of Bombay' for
;/ to The :.News.Lo.Miox !..VUd.HlIarcn: 17.-DI "uraementregardin the Season. I a third brother started in search\ of
'W.Va.s.V (ffuliIfrrlirarp dead! : ;I Special Chattanooga \Mart 1 1"..- i'rr-sident the two brothers and he Is still rulestag. .
if the ---- March 17.-It is officially ; ;. tie Boer war has 1 Ju'.ra! n Nicklin. !of the Southern I'.asc- I .
< TO CURE A COLD IN TWO DOS
i I bail I.tauand
been accentuated the the
"IIWtt ( 'o.'s.'ti i stated today that King Edward will by publicationof representatives I .Alexander now 71* years of age, is
re i IllatlBrnmo 'Quinine removes the I of tli> ('hattanooea lab left At.
CHU... FV .(.rule's signature oa every not to the Riviera for the holidays a report that tl.e Cape Colony rebellion for living at Bell Grade Neb. lie Inserted
go larta .1
today to attend the |
box; Priceirenla.11'heu meeting ofthe
____ u again tbuli.hinland that an advertisement in a newspaper, .
Honey and Tarr \ you wake up with a bad but will make a cruise on his \ directors which will begin tonight ; and thus his whereabouts became
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:1.vs/e.sure. A'o opiates. taste in your mouth you clay know yacht oil the English coast instead. i Commandant Mariteo has captured and continue tomorrow. At this mea- known. It develops that Lewis' children ,

that ).oti need a dose of Chamber- --- -- two large convoythe news; of II ing the srtK-duIf for the season will\ be attended' school where Aexander's t '
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablet adopted a* well! as the rules for the
Shake Into Your Sti csAllen's who-e loss the government daughter acted as teacher but
They will cleanse your *tGmach. Improve i I II mp- government of the l league. President
Is---La aS1 t otice It rests the feel. Cares J ( the identification never became
I oot-Lase
and make
your appetite you I Ifl' presed.! Xickhn stat."i that thp indications are known. '
Corns, Bunions. Ingrowing :Nulls Swollenand Every effort! is now being
like They are
a new man. eayt
take beinsr !sugar coated and I Sweating feet At all druggists; and As an etf-et comes a cablegram:\ >: for a, mot harmonious 111 p.t I 111;. He II made to find a trace of the third
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pleasant in effect For ale by all shoe ttores.! .'.>C. Ak today. 'i, from Pretoria that General Bruce I II regards the Southern l league. as a brother
:. I whole, much stronger this season than I
I v interest J 1-2 druggists; ; and medicine I 1 !
Hamilton Drie.
;;endless at Begum last I
Garden rUth-j TO BUY OLD HOME OF DAVIS.
'n vwfr/rt.re.v. Call We will launder your spreads for ea 15 cent each and make them look I variety and at rock bottom
Civil Treason
fOrt wish Iourrj' some of General Hotha's force. I Court Disbanded. II Sons of Confederate Veterans Sub. 'I
like t Star; Laundry. Hardware -
: the advert- uw. ... \ prices at the Willis -- __ ___ I Durbm. Natal March 15.: -The civil y scribing for the Purchase.
51)( cent shirt for 4> ('enttoday., at Co.'s. treason court has teen disbanded
Jackson Miss.,
I I March :
La Grippe Quickly Cured. i 1 -General
New stock. Hereafter
Win. Johnon & Eton's. pfrsor.s charted with trea
winter of W. E. Daniel, commanding\ the Missis.Bippl .
"In the Is9i and Ny' I :
nElTIyG will b<" tried
at son by courtmartial. Of .
all
Rubberltose sizes
Try Egyptian Armor Cig was taken down with a severe attack division of United Sons of Confederate .
Ta.Callector.. Hardware Co.'s. of what is called La Grippe," the estimated 800" rebels in Natal, 500 Veterans, will shortly Issue A
the Willis
arettes. J\ick Apostle. hale been: tried. Their .
sentences
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F. L. Hewett ranged
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says prominent ) I general order to all camps in the state
of Winfield III. "The up to ten years' imprisonment
druggist; i only and urging; that subscriptions \be ,
medicine I used wa two bottles\ of'!IChamberlain's the fines to which convicted men were t opened
f. C. NORTON Cashier ; immediately for the fund to lie raised
Cough Remedy. It
_ President ; Iso sentenced i
; amounted in
M. E. CLARK Asa't Cashier.AMERICAN some : for the purchase of Heamoir, the olJ
! Y I .e-Pruident; broke np the cold and stopped the ,
of tho cases to as high as! 5.0'K' .
Oou.ciou.eted Strttoiiaou.t couching like magic, and I have 'I home of Jefferson Davis.The .

never since been troubled with Meridian camp has pledged II. '
BANK Chamberlain's Says He Was Tortured."I t
I NATIONAL Grippe. Cough i 000 of the $10,000 necessary to make '

Remedy can always be depended upon suffered !such pain from cornsI the purchase from Mrs. Davis, and It : .
t to break up a severe cold and could hardly walk," writes H.
i PhN>: .\COLFLORIDA, AT CLOSE: OF: BUSINESS FEBRUARY 25, 1902. ward oil any threatened attack of Robinson, Hillsborough\ Ill; "but Is proposed to have the entire amountsubscribed ;

I! i From Report to Comptroller.)If pneumonia. It is pleasant to take, Bucklen's Arnica :Salve completely? and collected within the ;

f > too, which makes it the most desire '' cured them." Acts like magic on i present year if possible. t
able and one of the most popular' !sprains bruises i ,
HI--Ol'RCJ-, LIABILITIES. cuts, sore, scald, : j I

,_ uut*. . ... ..... . f 1'1S772263 Capital Stock ...... .... ...... .. ..... ... J2W.000.00 preparations in use for all these ail- !i:i:: burns, boils, ulcers. Perfect healer'I Chronic Constipation Cured. 'r 1

.". . ..... ... .. .. ... .. .... 62.8575.UuO.OU !Surplus Fund.... .. .... .. .. .. ..... .. .. 10iOO.OO ments.medicine For sale dealers.by druggists' of skin disease and piles. Cure The most important discovery of ;
and
1_ .. .. .. ... .. .. .... .. .. .. ..... ; ( Net Profits ..... ...... ... .. .... .. .. .. .. 5. hj.l2 guaranteed byV.. A. D'Alemberte recent is the positive remedy I !
};..,1d4. .... .. .. .. ...'.. 5.250.0) RediscountsCirculation ..... .... ...... ...... .... .... 79,5 t'
tad Fixtures... .. ....". ... .... 6.718.48 .... .... .... .. -. ... .... .. .... .... 75,01>v00 i There's lots of money to be made --- for constipation. Cascarets Candy II t I
: .... 60I.9S Deposits ...... .... .. ...... .. .... ..... .. .. .. 326, H 08 In real estate-lots of it. A real estate -I I Know One Sore TUmedytraaobftinitecoli Cathartic. Cure guaranteed. Genus t
j ;i'x.han,4:" ',:"".'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'..''.'..'.'.'.'.'. .... 127,221.2(5! Dividends Unpaid. ..... ..... ... ...... .... 96.00 1 i sign is usually a tln er.boa.d to ( Ita name U PyurI -L arn ine tablets stamped C. C. C. Never I. I
t wealth. Thos. C. Watson & sold in bulk. Druggists lOCo .1
$696.12: 7.20: $696,127.20 j Co., the leading Real Estate firm, I Mclntoshes! at half-price today at

.k opened for business October 23. 1\) O."e respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give ,, be have worth some your offers while which to consider.it would Go j Wm. Johnson & 80n'8.PruJ'B&tlam The moat reliable preparation for ; t ill! I ;
and careful attention. kidney troubles on the market Is '
courteous I i
-- prompt and see them to-day, and don't wait .
Stop the Tickling. Foley's Kidney Cure. W. A. D'Al
Interest Paid on Time Deposits. till to-morrow. I ar.4 quick:,r sa .ir.mm.'ioc lD U.-w emberte, 121 H. Palafox. I 1 f

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''l ji I PREFERS DEATH TO MARRIAGE. ..... .******************* I PROBING CROPSEY MURDER. -
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+ tI SAYS. Mlle. Vera Gelo Sensation.Again Figures In Paris s- After He Comes f fJ Taking of Testimony Wilcox Begun.In Case of Jamei i


I t II A light purse Is a heavy curse" New York March 15.: -Mile. Vera he has a hard enough time. Everything J Elizabeth City. N. C., March 15.i .-

.t Sickness makes a light purse. fido aain figures in the sensational : that the expectant mother 4 i The taking! of testimony in the case

f chronic of Paris! says the correspondent can do to help her child he should I of James \Vilcox, charged with the
i ( '1 The LIVER Is the seat of nine do. One of the blessings J 1
there of The HeraU. J greatest murder of Miss Nellie Cropsey vas!
1. I t tF tenths of all disease.Tint's II she can give him is health, but to i 1 Coroner Fearing the
1 ala It will lit'l remembered that this liegun toilay.
do this she must have health
N herjt
young Russian student tried! to shoot J self. She should ode every means JJ first witness, described the autopsyhe ,

i I :ti 1, Emil I Khanel at the Sorbonne 4 to improve her physical condItIOn. It ;, together with Dr!;. Wood and MeMullan. I for Infants and Children.The .

+ sPills and fatally wounded her friend, Mile.Zelf&in M She should by all rueaus, supply performed on the body of Miss
,4y herself with : found clotted blood You Have Always: Untight has barns the
for which the assize court M it i Cropsey. They Kind 'i-ri.i.:

ordered her expulsion from France.It : Mother's \ about the base of the brain also a I tare (If Cha.. II. Fletcher, and lias been malt under liUprrsonal

will be remembered also that she P bruise on the left temple. There was I supt-nikion for over 1>0 years. Allnw no unto
whole matter
to the root of the
t to returned to Russia in company with .. : no evidence of the murdered girl having deceive you in tha.{ Counterfeits Imitations anI
thoroughly, quickly safely '' I
.: action of the her dead friend's brother who it was Friend 'I' been criminally assaulted. "Ju-t-as-gond"; are but Ksperiinonts and ondaitgvr; tin
the I
and
1 J+ restore said intended to marry her. Coroner Fearing testified that the
health of ChUdrcu-Esperienco against Ksperinunt.The .
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LIVER to normal condition Hut Vera prefers death to matrimony. 1i.1 It will take her J body was found in the Pasquotank I

i j : Cive tone to the system and On Tuesday evening a carpenter s through easily the crisis and *J I i'I river, about five yards in front of the Kind You Have Always BongBears !/

named Villenu\e, employed at the Port Crops resilience. He examined the j
i ;j 3ih solid flesh to the body. quickly. It is a i y
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the of
Royal floating baths which are now hniment which (I body. The clothing was intact. The ( Signature

: Take No Substitute.. moored off the lie Des Cygnes HEW a a gives strength I* I legs were limp and dangling in the :I II

1 i i well dressed young woman throw herself and vigor to the : water and there was no water !In the I,

into the Seine. He" jumped: intoa muscles. Come It I lungs or stomach. There was a contusion !

1 } t'F xI boat with a friend and rowed out mon sense will jj I I on the left temple and the blow j i
show J
I it '; yf.EW YORK CLUBS. to the: drowning woman. that you the h that caused It would ha'* occasionI

f They had great difficulty in rescuing stronger the I unconsc ,usness for at least a half

..,. uf \\ .111"1.. ( Itninlrrtl. to Get 'ter. She fought and struggled, crying: muscles are. J hour. The absence of water from I In Use FO /(Over' 30 Years.

Into amt nf Ilirai.The "Let rae alone. I wish to die." which bear the.* lungs and stomach combined with other i "HY u..u. CO.P.NV. ,, .0..... .P..tfr .rw 1000 e...
I I ji Kff'irm' rmli Las one of the On being (ont.eyed to the emergency ; strain, the less'* i iIt facts, he said, was evidence that !I. &
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.'l'lIt..t r.'M.lfiit iiicinlM-rsliips of the station she ( onfess>ed that her name pain there will be. Jtc Nellie CropFey\ : was put in the water II j

I t t clubs In :Nt-w lurk city ami ow of tht'br".t was Vera (;elo. She faid when she returned A woman living in Fort Wayne, J ':pia an unconscious state. Cross-e\am-1

li I4 r, iMiur(.Mil.,tit liMin the w\lrlt1. to Russia and found her father It? Ind.. says: Mother's Friend did -J ,, !Ination did, not cause any change in The Star Laundry
for
S J= wonders me. I'raise God for 4
$ It IMII-WI reM dunsu4 I'J" the ('arl.,1IInlt dead she returned to Paris to die. your liniment." his teat imuny. ,i ,
bay tinl l IM..t bur !in New York dt). :' The police commissary allowed the '
Read this from Ilunel
J Cal.
14 '1{, A The lri',-i.t waltiiic. list UMM! to In that prisoner to go alter promising to gibe I. Mother's Friend is a blessing, tok :*- To Be Guarded. Biggest Busiest Best!

t # ( f ttri* I'nioli "lillo111"11 liH'lliU'r pros up her funeral intention. all women who undergo nature's J "You say your airship is a SIWCl'!'!':" I ,

I..IMI| their sour lli- day thy acre : ordeal of childbirth." .. i ") do. answCTiHl the iivi-ntor."

' 1 1.111 lii ttif h' .. th.it! thfir names .
f i q. INTO OPEN SWITCH TRAIN GOES. 5 But! It peter flies any distance:
Getlolher's Friend at the :,
I IUljbt I IMriiidiiil 1 |I'J the tiiiu' they worth
mentioning.
0 \ .. J drug store. SI bottle. : f\ Ir Don't Kick
,wi nisi t ax* per !'
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'. I Disastrous Wreck On Nickel Plate 1 If cciurs-e not. It i is too valuable an .. !. ... '
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: In tlif I'nluTMtjr list.hi(-h hats a : (--7": -1t'-rf. -
Near Knox, tnd. THE BRAOriELD RCGIUTOR CO. intention to toe allowed off the earthvery
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4 Knox. Ind.! March 15.: -Th westbound 2 Atlanta Ca. lung at a tiwe.Washiugtunstar. ; .fO.
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I( AJ;' foiirtit-n j ,trs after ;trnuluatluiifrcm : Nic gel Plate passenger train Y, ." ,',:. (._-,. -. -9' _-..r. Inarr..ate. a disturb ,
t fuiircf :.. slow ; ten years is tlioaitifagv. k Write for our free Illustrated hook, "Ifcfora .;' } 5'' :f times! If youij-liirts( look! IL' i t.meg t. .
due l..r. at :":511 a. in. ran into an openswitch i. HjlU Horn." >., > /:
1 sen-it jcars i< li;.:litnln *'Ci \ nrrllrglODN Drulrr.Mr j _J' grateraild l a-, if Ir I t.1: .
yesterday, resulting in a disastrous :: ..... ........... :. \ y i*
E The uumlilf but of the I'niur- .Tones What's become of that _...
i! i irrk wr,-<'k. The following persons \ -( A 4' .t.. cream thestiirch, if v- IH
1 MJ; in uinr Fifth tm-iiiif f N: the a....Iua.1blUNlt Filk sniiiUin" \ ;: jacket >ou date; your husband .,,- have
tbeoi,
k were seriously injured: SHORT STORIES "'1-j' ,1. I \\ : afringejon: -T ,1
nt chili im-iiilM-r .. .
Kurojifan: fur his birthday *
I M. A. Schvvind Engineer FortWayne. -- { 1 '-0,.. ,\: hole big enough to run V" '
'., .t llii' Mflrox| >liUiii. railed the Milll"ne'.rtV Smith-Hi.: ( I had to make that .. j. L "f", ..
.. A Cteel 1 IrI.unt
to grain .
/ carry on 1 r 4\ :-.r- through.:mum i I.* the w' >i :
I J rub bus uioiv i-oor nu'ii in it over into u sofa pillow. lie actually j.I ,,: -
Jim: alton, fireman Fort Wayne.C. the great Ukt.will bold.IHHJ bush- a \.--..- bring them to ihN: launclrv ,
; than ri.'h. The Manhattan!" in its wanted .1 .. .
to sit around and smoke in \ ...... "' > '
t I.. .Akxandtr ba;gageniaittr, els. ;: atl --' f.ice will light with .
I 1 N l.lmy diy hid tinUt Whit icll.iru iLJudrJhOSTETTEWS \. \ joy whave "
Cleveland A Milwnukt11; the card .... "
O. man says
) Niworl,. Th.' lIul"\lIr.11'I1I1I want 7 'i Q.I ..,) attained your de-ire ,:
William Urowc, mail clerk] Cleve piinic >katull be more popular' \ in this: ,_ ... j'
iI Tin- < .-.lnin 't look like
wants .
t' laare .M.au. nif.rf ** L.1IA 1; < w: a gentleman.
land O.The country than \\ Kist or jiuktr within ten .........., .
uoniflu. :New York did limb'sulxtut :
i l ; Lt..hudne. train was running at a high j ears.Tin. I

14ye i I The limy nml Niny: tntl a jKTs,inMl spet-d when it tollided with a number a\t,rfie .Iq ith of the Texas ALL WORK c. o. D. Goads Called for art Drlmn :
/ r ., of freight! cars that were standing ana Pl>i,itin! o'l well i is a few feet more
Mil in bra it ups TinI'lajrrs'
fide track. The than I.IKHI anil the lieiulit to which the Stomach BittersI
:
baggage coach was ;
; (lull.iei.R! mwjtully ttiriitvu the twist- TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST.
.t *p S If rurU-t The 1.:111I1. clubtaj'>. up torn to pieces:: and the engine and six oil is ,'j.I)1! I toNI feet.

i.ll ought TlUili that )has tin tm.ct freight ('alsI'I'P pil.'d, in a heap : In \lal'IIIII.d'l'a.1.a and Wa 'hill;:- a specific remedy for all ailments WALKER INGRAHAM Manager.

i. I % fun for the least money i j" tin :Strullrn which\ was completely! destroyed by ton the jiresent'oNernors were electid of the liver ;and bowels, and ,

1 i ( I -i < Tin Militaryluti died on the 1 fire. The fire raged for several hours as lieutenant ;,:mrniors and are one that is backed l by hundreds oftestimonials

f> f td1t liciH-r when blockading traffic for more than four lillinaeanciis\ ni'-ed 1 by the deathor received I during the
Its mmlxTant '
r past fifty year \\ (0'nuld therefore '
roimi.ttioii of tl.e W. B.
for hlln I'S. ;':o\ernor-* WRIGHT GOfflPflflYMAM'FACIt'KKKS
i t. 1'011tt1l1..tt war.f urge every sufferer from ixoi
M < # .-- -- No one was killed although many Ki-t'iit'rs (,\\'a.hilltoll Uiardin; iKSTIOX: JI,81'E"oLH.TUUriC\'. f t7

I Illrrnnrlrilv* nl 1'iiflnnr Mniiii*>. pa!'!'eiiKtrs were slightly injured. 'Ihllu..s are t'Ik41g primi't: action under l'Ori TII'ATruX. S11'F HKADACUK Ir AMI JifAl.l.K-:
1
't '''iLi' Hl'-oklM Uulimll Who to'give I

: to iM't ( or'wl lni-liiinl. payiII : ln-r in the head and his wrists were severely which ties a heavy penalty azainstIHTWJIIS ;: it a trial. It will surely cure'you. f---T4: t;
The !;: LUMBER LATHS
genuine have
1 4 *ltiiHi'ini. jM>Miiir Mumps ainl bud nIHir -- rut. He almost bled to death. who fraudulently evade pays mu-t cur ,

,t' .J "f I.. tin! ciiurtx. I.MIIJ: that she! Daiton's Mioulfkr and wrist were se- meat of bills; for Utl;;iii- and keep. I-KIVATK STAMP over the neck or'

M4 iMtt nand reti'iMtiK it in Iwo t"'lItH..lt' 1 verdy injured. AI.'xander and P.rowe Tans are aC tin uri1i;': that the., the bottle. JLU P 1 : SAWED CYPRESS Sd1EGLE -E1ic Dnel d :

!. 'bat ii''jirtvd' to those" uf llll't'i'tltrot. !It J is traced wer internally injured.! \b'lttltlield: of S-in .1:wiltt.. U made a .;

I e :l ,,,,tllI' ., ". .I. sII' .mlll nut 1',1\I\ The railroad <'otnpan\'s I loss is heavy. state park.: The state: INnttat,!:! the IIIHIsnow 16.000 fr*. .. ---.r PF.. rl'Or.FI.A..
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I n ../111,1..> .r. of the \Va>h- time ago but little has yet been
Awarded at Part
k Ili tWto I l.l 1 n.tth e, "rt'lIIhnh, my ..t Surgeon's Knife Not Needed. done t-. liiiiruian|
n man II'' .. < 'ur.U niie daj anil ahkcii! park purposes] and the neuhborinufarmers \
I :Surgery i is no longer nece?ary to ROYAL mm mm\ \
s tI, i( for a Hi. !j..f the ti-n dollar .IfiumiiMtkm cure pile*. Di'Witt'- Witch Hazel pasture their cows there. 'I t

} 1 l 1 "u1'n i*. siifil. Tlie oil,b' :Salve cure such ca-e: at once, removing PNA-LAROCHE

I .'-"t".UIIII' .* IK>W MHI, art the OIKl -, the lIf r."lt i y for tlall-"f'U": For the Complex'on. 8 Years Old, in GUIS of 4 Full Quarts, at S3.20 per casVHHKKYiditiiled '

l ..... ihi t f.-;,,i. tile. ..IX, i-t-cbt. "-niu4 painful and t'XPt'II"I'"perall'I.,-. The complexion alw.y, sullers I t

; Hit'u 11 nt >1M.- -ial ilfliry, lift For #ealJcut<, burn, woundbrtiie -', from bilioustie-s contipation.I'nle. .

r I i "rO. tlitrt} and lift) teat and tin one, =, sure and skin cii-ea-e- j i- .d the boweN are kept open} the WINE CORDIAL rTHIn \ : : at the NKy. !-.. Il i

1 l dnilar unequalUd. Hewareof clluulcrpit... impurities from the !body in Hijhesi recommendations for curt of Poorness i ., DHItt'fand! t i- fully matured III, '*
two
*n< DM' MiiniH There i t.I isKldit appear of Hlood. Stomach troubles and General De-
.r.iH!! from nil OMT the t-ouiitry forUM IIl1ri: ''' Pharmacy, John :rsheppard the form of IIn"lihtly i eruption. Ie- F.li. y. Increases the appetite, strengthens before !bottling. It i iol ab-olutefy pure and I n.-- e
>id'ify Kahn.A Witt'-- Little Early Iti-er keep the the nerves and builds up the enure yitcm. celled i'i quality by anyVhikVy of the *:fur,"
..|"' "' *r tin tlfti'cti rt-lit issue"wa.bluCtsn tSS
f -- no matter where produced. The Hoyal Mat '
liver and !Jowel in healthy condition rue Kniuiit
: ": Star.lrn riiiit
-- '- A nu1 t.\' in the gay of luncheons trouble! *. C. K. frnoper,916auyla. 1(. Youlrra A Co.iTBITlIf its excellent quality: i is the cheapest w't,ii-k.. .

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.1 nultysns; of the water of this a few da'sago. The loom was Riser* for biliousneThey were ah-iilutely pure otitinil.int\ there H u..ne b. .
T
e ; 'lIa.- ..fl.,.. 11'1"1..1 l to cover the dimli' lighted: I by ruby d.iikroom Lau ju-t what I nf-edeil. lamfediu;! l tripped in cased containing im markt w, hat \ .

.!te. ..f flu ciliex of Sixl'illl stud l !'t- terns." The menus acre printed on dry better now than in year'' Never ----- -- indicate contents. If purcha-er. up"ti exam: ,

ornili him rr.-etitlv. Ueu nia rude The very best pill. H'iriri! : can return tlieauie: at our expellee and! III:
I' Vm..worth litl'l.'lIlu Lang: :lane before them ulna were apparently a will be refunded.All l.
Pharmacy, John hE'pplfI.idue: : I
a lie Units\ that for mount of satire! l 1.\ of dry plates, a jar of paste t a tin liahu.I } orders: !should be accompanied bcurrmcy \ > ,

t ittr in notation in theater lusts I can of platinum paper and a small I I T S SAT DAY Y EIGHT YARS oI.D |xit"flice money order, lunk d It tft ,

rf I Iel'ie in r<> than l II> JHT
'1IIIt..lll l \ l.avujsier. i t" only iM-iwcen I bones. The l.ox contained a plate ofoysters -- PL ANDABD Hank or any merchant in l'ei.: >acnU.

....t '!.i" |IIt'r ivnt 'Ilitnviitisi| : of : ; the paste jar trackers! ; the tin \l C, V. 11111111t>."II'N No. 11 South .

<*..)..11'011' Mitt Ix *> ",'-' as against ".*> I Iz in, (cans celery, and the glass (u.-s. wilt. I'.llat
nliiuir> !it'lltUIt.1' While! in ixvatithetc Other coiirst: were served in much the line'! of stati'iury -

i '1\\1": 1 It. $(-\ .II times as uric 11, same iiiaiiiier and. the wine was drunk we have; in tints with envelopes .I I

'i .IIU&IIJII vilt as matiii-siuiu ehluridr. i ii in, flout f"rhluatt'srd.h l'ulIoit'a.... : to match : et Snl.K I'Klll'KIKTOK PFXi \ I- A

lva ...-ii N ..L'r hej lisle alnnit. '-'ju.ilJn j M-rved in imrcclain developing' ( tray Royal Crystal I'oid.Jltird'i |BUFFALO |I

tjiiniilitx .V pi li,,n of disulUM w.itrr and coffee in porcelain j.irs.Siiririiir Holland Cond.Ladies' : iill: r. o. BOX 11$. 11.1.1.1111\1 l:0ata.e.auoe

.0_. .. ___ __ Art Stationery.Kitrujrn 1II
weluh* ten niiiliiK, a 10:1111"11lr SrMlnic Mnchlnp.A :Mail Etc.

..-.."n \\ ttter ten :111.1/\ quarter iNw| uu :sewing machine! for the skin is'a Artits' Material: OiJice! Slip- uVJ L+AK LEI handle every (r: .-- ..f I. /'1 I n

a uai.on uf 1'ea.l sea water twelve recent Trench notion. It i is intended I pile*, Memorandum Hook*, Etc t Manufacturing Co.'s Office : bulk or bottle, w.: "Itiabr! rd..11! ..- ., ..

t,l'Uaeli. for the use of "'Ir-,?"". In future a All new and brij-ht.; are way down.AGENT .

surgeon need not -slowly! stitch the FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER. j
Chronic Diarrhoea.Mr. cdrc of The man who owns his own home lSKRkHA; %' Mil! WANTTO I
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wound.
: With the left ham; ) insures himself *
('. WiniMMii.. of Fair I'lay.Mo : he keeps the two cd I,'es together, all'! trouble and! against Xobodcan lot of u\\.t.o\\tJlWtK.: : : J

44 a. Who! -ultf-reil from chronic with the right: he fastens them btuteaus raise his rent,worry.and the rent dly has: j TRY I WOOD AND COAL.t
dyrntfry for thirty-flve year*. siy< BUFFALO
"h"llIh.I."II' ami of little clasps: of nickel, hav-i I i I no terrors for him. It's ea-y: to owna
< Colic, ( slrra'slrra: : 1 .
1 r lug i I.int.. which only |enetrate' the home now-a-day*. Thos. C :

I111! he" epidermis! and are not painful. TheM- Watson & Co. can tell you how I'.AKlNc i'o\\iiii. J WE KXPKCT: TO SUPPLY A MtTH LAUliKK} TKADK:

...1. Forsale alldrlllo | catches\ are! applied by the machine, ely; it is. fall and *ee them. .
e bhtfor f\fT u+ II\. a l oiii hu-handwill be all smiles "hn THIS WINTKIt: THAN KVEIl: KEFOUE.:
1 II :ltl it* and inedifine dealer+. f-pccies of pinchers armed with them. he sees tin rciults. iA

which can be disinfected by heating Woman J
I l*>ny. ItjtUrttti Krurtrti 1:1 0:; .t.lway It red hot. Every The way to a man'e brart Is through Z: SEND US YOUR ORDERS NOW.

.:..J nuke >nt..ilj,..d .G.uhe and cul.latl Si Is tntrri-cicvl and eh"utd!l know liii stomach. *
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.:'.\. H l(1\1.: i\fNcius; STSTli :; A Printer Greatly ..urprlsed.E ; Q .. 1 MRMlVhirirnq'sp7dyX 1y j* fse XlxifTrtlo Brand Bilking .g Thompson, Olsen t Co.
\ SJ .1 I TI.Pllf'w'.I..I.rI.l | ... 1. .,. Towiltr and ,
everybody will :
k .
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> prettiest lance: n the I .\ : "I never was so Inuchuq.ri"ed in C Nk.. N- 11..1 -.fL -
'- *" .." '"'. be happy. {
'Ky-r "i\'riir
4!' I iunrli lit tout on..-l1. I'., -eatsix.. my life, as I was with the rp"ult.f ," 3J *f Jl <. l .Unll.. Manresa Street, Telephone 147.

i j: ruu very (:I.t. The Racine: !Launch usin Chamberlain's: sa your dmreM fur ll.Koum -, ; Your Grocer
i 14 the oiif adoptfil by P.ui-Amer- : Pain }lahn: If lw ,,,,,,..\1111', 'ythe .. Keeps It. 5 '
s i 'lUilfalo f" says Henry T. !'Crook prexman of :1111ittl.ari ..rplnu ESTABLISHED 1862.McKENZIE
S lean Kxpo-itiou: In btcaiiKfthey ('lint. Dot -s-rd 'dllll.tllrl1 :\ .
t I are the bc->t. l in"re reliable that: the Asheville\ (IX. (' > Jazette. "I l III./a1N1 fu11p.tll.umnlanltlre.t.,. ..rdrl, II rare.:. nclnYalutl.IelO n N.>....tTle ................ vww..w.-.r ".-

I any tler ; they are sjniple, seaworthy. contracted severe ca-e 1)( rhenma- a'hr1M1ateLll/: ., .
P
f l ".'f. and full! guarantee tim early lat winter by getting my .J.'c Tmifs BMtj.. Xw } ors OERTING & CO. .

Llrpulu.lirother*. Mvannah. Ja. feet wet. I tried *evera'l thing! fo'r
I are Bitent* from the manufacturer.* it without benefit. One thy while Best ; o -IltALIKS 19- 0

and carrya-tnckotthr.boat-\ h i looking over the ( :!.Zttt.., I Holier( Elegant china- closets,

i 1 times : *.iZfob l lt., 21!I (t.. l 5 ft., on that Pain Halm was positively guar sideboards and leather- and General
Ship Chandlery aar.dware.
i baud to be liipped at a uioineutV noised to cure rheumatis'm: : ;;.' I
!1 r notice trt.II civtn to any one wlhinif 1 1J bought) :a bottle! of it and before u- seat chairs at Marat tj-
1 ink two thirds ; COS AND 005 9. PAL. J'OI MTIIEET.AC3I7Nov .
I i topurchae.Ln'i'Mx : of it rheumatt-m Quina'S' Low prices; i
easy UJiskey.
g :1 HKOHHKKS.uilltf had taken its tli J .
: ;ht and j [,av''> not -
't I Savannah. Oa. had a rheumatic pain -sjnc :Sold: payments.wi .
b by all dru -irists and medicine deal REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEHLINO'S HO.NH CO >

,4 f Thos. C. Watson & Co.. r-r?. And the Best Liquors < GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. PUfiELAKON'S: PCMPH,

r I4} the leadiuir Heal lv>tate AeeuU.take -- of all kinds: served b; I Cum Strdii Piliti OII!!* lifltlca! lastriBints Cktrti litkin Ihini
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CASTOn.XA.
I(11/l off the shoulders
all the worry of the Polite and Courteous
/ owner of property, manage the Van the: U6 K rd Via hsu? 'Am R"Jr'1: ; :: in 6 6tntportr Att..t.datt i OOMPA8HES, Loan KTU.
l reutiui of their houe and the collection 3r'1ltUl't &
i it i of their rents a* consciena I .t1'rr.v.< FULL MEASURE AID ciation.C. McKenzie Oertln? Collecting; Agent for Ha Pilots' Benevolent As-

ti / tloul\ a* th.w'uld thetn-elve#. .
Their reasonable.KillKKtbe FlU QUAlITY. .
chaig"
are
ail very MJTICB OF 1)1..01..110Tht' :\. s Had liraters In-

S !1 : ( .'IU-_ NO'l'U'l'pot. partner-hip heretoforexist- Chinese and Japanese DANNHEI88ER BROS CURE YOURSELF I : CHICWSHA' CNGLItMEHNYRQYAL' PILLS
N r..ailaforunaursiIL L
between the (rapg
ins undfrsizned
!fl 1 > rnptnm.! ownrr uncle AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED 1t.s .n durhvgretnaammatlu.., /Vv Drlb.l a. ,.lf U..l .
r ( the dim name of WolfHeee ha- Fancy Goods Gov.autd irriUUucs or olceritiontif "s. NaFR'lad
II nor e0atgnees: of tlit- !been dissolved 1 this i?jh; d.1o I I. I Harper saW.wetlry, rnncoua mtuiLrints.Punleei 14 r.. tnnlt ..1..'.." ltlu-rl.
I, } till t>bu AnnibRl. will bei ( Ftbruary tty.M Pev..u r..laii.., and Dot tatnn* niD (..Id ,. a .
>fx>n.ible for debts> contractrU : 1p':!. by mutual I FINE 0 -- \ I...... .....,. K.....
eotisitt. CHINA
b. Ih* crew of .,,ul v.\. J. TEAS, :\ ain Houe 401 !S. Palafox street. .o TNEEwAtNEMcatfia.: gent .r powonou* ....W b..r.... .......1....... ...4 I.''.
KMMKT WOLFE : bit b, .
4.1 flrrnl.ta.U.5.a. .
I T KtTTOKF. 31 South R. R. Exchange-Opp. Union sf 5$5 Ie. r. :::, Partlrv.ra.' 'I.. .... .!.
V :I. Kr.,..r .* /'n.. i'''oti tn. R. P. IiEF:E. Pa'afox St. Depot or lent in pUio vrtcprr. < '
... P. O. Box :&1. Penaacola Fla. tf cape,... prepaid, fur C 9 eo ".1..II.rr..4.-, n-
I ('on! 1iu. 1. nut Ft-b.6 l.1w-lm .. ) ...11 ICONr -
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r : r Lau: dry OKI e Peu*acola. Fla Phones 116-2.b. *11.01), or 1 bvttlrt, f2.75. F Ln. 1 L, ..... 1 1 ..,..11..
i : I i C'iicnl i teat MI ( tutit .
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY. MARCH 17, 1902.

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of a Pioneer. Admiral -- -- ., .-. 1
The Story POWDER EXPLODES I Nasal Sumner In Quarantine.New P't

York. March 15 -Rear Admiral

widely known i I CATARRH George Watson Sumner, commander tI .
morn -
n are
; .w ?)
V I ... k i Ki.. than Tho*, L. Hos.. INTORPEOOFACTOHY1 in-chief of the South Atlantic squad.

t, :U If K jii m"er realute dealer! ID sll be Iti cleanliness.Ely's stages thereenftuM "ER tAb ron. Is obliged i: to remain ten days in I Start Girls Right !
"1 in the town j jt. in ,
-... !.iviuzl"C &t< quarantine at Flores island. says a

,HH w<- vf Kodol !
l.t.arJ r1ean.i's.Mttesndie.s
.nitil Dya ,
!hr i iiiioa.
i Herald. because of of
a
case yellow
the ditA-d nieurin. 5Oq because at the crucial period of puberty theypay
.
... 4 IIf"
People Injured. Ilc1\reHatlrrhr.njl 'I .I54V fever which developed on the steamer I no attention to the laws of healthMothtn!

I '\\"jy a cul .a tile Lcd Nile during the voyage from Rio Ja health
'l''c!, J' neiro. should protect their daughters' by jiv.

DISASTER AT CLEVELAND, OHIO ('re.ira B.ilin is placed! !Imo the nostrils ep'ea Is Ing them necessary Information and proper

over the nit'iaSriLO ar.! \ia -orbed. Re'iet: is imniediate Fall River Strike Comes Monday.Fall I treatment. When the messes come on a jlrl 1 1UnlWll'C'

r and a cure fo..o\n. It i is not 'Sryin;;::-dors i it"t In her she It either
Inexperience
Panic Ensued Among the Women Em River. Mass., March 13.; --The
.reduce snceiln: ;;. Large &.ie, 3d ccu: :si DruK ;;. :
ployes and Many Leaped From Win. ;:st* i'r by ma.!; Ti;.al! Size, 10 cents by mil. j strike of the cotton mill operatives' I frightened Into convulsions or feared into try.

ELY: BWJTlIERS.SiWarrenStreft.New Tort here will go into effect Monday as ing to check the flow. Many girls Kavc checked

dows In Their Fright-Cause of Ex. planned. The manufacturers and labor the flow and it has never started again. And
t ?
1 plosion Unknown. Strike at Va'dosta.' Ga. j leaders m(f in conference this morning 0 u a result they have grown pale-faced with

Valdo&ta. Ga.. March i:..-The emjfiloyin hut the sitting was fruitless, so I "crow-tracks" on their checks, and dark half pSt
Clevdand, 0., March 15.-An explosion .
,' ? contractors an l the localCarijenters' far as bringing!; peace is concerned.The moons under their eyes. A dost ofWINEo'CARDUI
in the powder mixing department'of
ami Joiiifis' union are at manufacturers offered to put the

the Fairmount Manufacturing company outs. and in cons-llUenee| the members 6 per cent advance into effect on Monday .
at :,2'Jl: Kuehd avenue early today I of the union have !
juit work. All of1 next instead of two weeks later

iciulted in the death of one giI : the union men -miloyed| on the new 1 but the labor representatives stood out taken every morning after a girl Ii twelve year

: emplojf. while at !least seven other!' botch 1 are of!. hut the eoutrac-tors state for the 10 rr cent increas' old will bring the menses on properly and keep
persons:; were: enoubly I injured. that their
jilacvs have l lcn fillwl.! Th ,
I them regular. It will help her to develop into
Th appears result of aftzlil attractive womanhood and equip her for the duties of wire and motherhood.All .
Anna Krit17 years oil. I. for a unMiour day and against New York March<< 15.-The statement -
bottles! of Wine of Cardui.
druggists sell $1.00
fhi bani.s
injured : the tsnploying of non-union Inen. !j of the associated for the

M ,s CIii-Mine! Smitzer probably fa I,| week shows : Loans $320.7nlio.: :! ;; ( ; do-
I The Hollywood Asburv Park. N.J., February 5, 1900.
\ tai \ '> 111'1' !l. i Acquittal cf James Erockett. j S crease $t4,32'",iMMi ; deposIts Jl'Sl.STO-\ I reid your advertisement in regard to Wine vf Cardui in the nal'.imoreAmerican
: | and it 10 favorably irnj>rti,.l me that on my visit to Kaltuaora
MiKatie Howard, will probably OftO. decrease $:!1. &.j.jlllO. circulation
L. UOM.i itt has ji--t lo n tried and acquitted: in $31t97.911.). increase $I i.i! .:'IMI legal was suffering with female trouble. bhe bad been under the doctor's care
11'-11" I tenders $70.014,5(10( decn.i.SSai.K'U' for some time, and t hen her periods would come tin her suffering was something -
Grosch. broken and I
arm body
: Murray nn\r-y.; He was chargedith! !'i temblt I induced her to try it and the first dose brought on her
.. W lit t' hi 't iiM'd I and! burned! the IR--I ': >,., ":.m Smith whic-h specie $17/.Il'J,9'II! .h-\'r"a ?:i '3S. menies. Mia took it regularly' accnrdmit to the directions and was grettirrelieved.
m- \! To use her own words, "It a'ed life." WttLEY: (;l UJ8.
I -1 uitli
i : ml tint DIY
\ Mt Gon< $24t)2.4""> drcase
:s$ Augusta .\.1l n. lmru"d and injured curitd ; reserves : : < ;:
ii!
.dv kilobit a.. ,1 "I''p-ll > i ; da.: h a-o. Smith and For,trir*aDd ,'!entur#.add,",, r,.l ip ivrnptonit. 'The IA : I by jumptug iiui'i stioiid story son-c t.ot't.: u : fox hunting:I I $ .1I.tto; ; lewrve n '.n.rec $140jL'I : 1e .rtblenl," 'hhatt&nw.; .. Me4iun Company CLtlUnuoi.. 1.......

,.. :" ...<1 t" U 't' 1)1101 window. on I I'm1 !1:11:' ..; i.iork'it! i aii'i! they were : 54111. dtrease! f'U:1:;: iIu1US: $3-

I 1 I.' "II tilt !'f'lIl1l1t'll! i' Lena Kurt back injured in jumping. Ordei .uI of.:. .\.thty! w.-...- leaving ,, I2.Jflu! ). dCCII'lbe t4: .:;"IJ. .
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t1 -'i-t. .\ft..rllut'l.h... from second story window. !: BrocUttt fii'_ l into the crowd, killing:
nuif jit i\\,.)it' teriiblem Mrs. LILa Cottill. burned and Smith. j Blizzard Sweeps Wyoming; Prairie'
!
-; -|- : torment- p.-.d lnuised. |:I, t La ramie. W\o.. Mart I I 1" '-Atfim

0 i' tit" ali my wlf ',:. 1 ,, that s"t in 24 hour! ago has iiirnased '
f"...J could lie Miss Helen Carey jumped from second Montana Ponies for Pclo Players. .
I our HIw violence until now a u-ntable 1>1U ?
., story \\ inlobaek injured. New York. '.larch 13:: -The tteaniprMenoininef. I Hot Springs
'I:, >- Were 21. I amnfT. | zard is rasing in the Wyoming! I.rai.
The cause of the explosion is not which sails today for I.on- .
ries. There hu bet-n iLt',
: no rruptionof
-, : rej one d iy with known. The front of the two tory don will carryI" Montana ponies con- I ;

'., .' I C"IIII11"IH'P.J tn i frame building was blown completely i! sieued: : toV.. II Drury. the veteran I lai'.oad' traffic: as ytt. though (lit: t'q NO !
l II ('ur.- and 1 I snow ib jrifliiiL'Hlv m tdaces.
,
> -, "iU out. and the plant gutted by lire which I J F'nglish polo t'xlwrt.mprkan !ponies, _

t > .ill df lIly fellow followed the e).PI"SIIi. The company I, are in great: demand among players i| To Form New Spanish Cabinet. % If you want to get rid of money

: Dl .llufallurt's railroad torpedoes. The of polo in Knslar.'l: this year and nearly i :Madrid! :Mart I.:.-The queen re

pecuniary loss will not exceed flit,- : l''l'r11ami! <' transport ship which rent has commissioned Senor :bagastaf y go to some springs.If .

vr: QUEER SPIDERS. IlfN'>. i ihnut !sails from h...... carries a bunch of : .) form a new t-ami'-t.! -- you want to get rid of disease,

.\ three weeks ago an explosion I these sturdy little animals. - -- ) stay at home and take P. P. P.,
,. I lint lln. llrritll : -- -----
1,1 i llr< linn > similar to the one of today although: Cough settled on her lungs.

,I. .. \.niiirr.l I., IIiir\ nr.I. of considerably'\ less force occurred at ; A SEVERE COLD FORTH EE MONTHS Lippman's Great Remedy for

ollectloti It"w the torp..ofat'tory.. i I The following letter from A. J. "My daughter had a terrible" coujrli; : '- Rheumatism and all forms of Blood Poisoning -
which settled on her lungs, ays N.
recently I.t-eli addt'iiuwinitie At that time no one was hurt by the Nu-baumof H.itesville.! Ind.. tt-II"ils'' Jackson of Danville, Ill "We trieda d Dyspepsia, Catarrh and Malaria. <

..i /<.. explosion but several girls jumped own tory. "I "utIered for three great many remedies without ret

,:,n Itlilltli; llllouellierOf I :: from the windows. months with a severe cold. A drug- lief until we gave her Foley's Honey James Newton, Aberdeen, Ohio says P. P. P.

I b't-(' no Io'.s ,i gi-t i prepared me some medicine and and Tar which cured her." lMue did him more good than three months treatmentat

'" -ivinti' ," aii'l )1r. a physician pre-crihed for mI!. yet I titutes.V.. A. D'Al mberte.l1: Hot Springs Ark.

'" 'itaUf thv iiillccothers I i'I I, CLAIMED BY NINE LIVING WIVES. did not improve. I then tried Fol- South I'alafox *treet.C3A.BTOX1.XA.. \\'. T. Timmons Waxahatchle, Tex., says

'. -- ey's Honey and Tar and eight; dop his rheumatism was so bad that he was confinedto

areit. ;i Christian< Nscn! Arrested at San An. cured me." Ifne subtitutpV.. his. bed for months. Ph\sicians ad\ised Hot

:Ni w ILgItII1I tonio Charged With Cigamy. A. D'Alembertf 121:! i-'outh 1'ahit-j.x Springs Ark.. and Mineral WellsTexas, at which
lt9MIlUVIKKItY.! KI d Yj "a.9 A\M: Ba0r
;
uI.4uukigisL. Bean the A ain ith J..nee85o
weeks in
\ w
San Antonio. 1'1'Iareh l.IThon ; street. p.=w = places he spent seen ,
.t'.ility than :% r 'p badly swollen that his tortures were beyond en p

intr>'. The |I the copiplar.it 01 his alleged eighth o A.. B '1' 0 n. I: .A.. .;fl7,;{ iti durance. P. P. P. made the cure, and pros ed itself

I. j.ri iiabIy U.III :merry :Mrs. :Mar> A. 1'aikf-r Bean the lhd K'j, Yru "a.9 A\\JS! Bat L as in thousands of other cases, the best blood

of Plalhhurl10... Chi istian C. N. '. purifier in the world, and superior/ to all Sarsa-
.IrE' so I : .
"i.i
EgataxeMetlcaI !
SOil. alias Captain .\. X. Fret.land. altn- .,# ; parillas ned the so-called Rheumatic Springs.
,,..!. now cf The takesthismethod -P
I John Anderson alias Nelson Port<'r. undersigned n. F. Ballantyne, of Ballantyne & flcDonough'sIron
I :1 king 'has been rested here at a hot"I 1 :5iectj. /ittenuoii. if offering her service as a Foundry, 5a\annah (ia., sa) s that he has
flrt-clas-5 licen-ed midwife having from and could ,
I while in with his allt' There will be of suffered for years Rheumatism
company !:ed :a regular meeting had 35; experience.Can .
-pillars year no relief from any source but P. P. P., which J
( ', i fniiia I ninth wit.. form.'rlyIrs.: E. :Milbiirn :hs Pen :lcoh Medical Society at. give bert of references from cured get him entirely. He extols the properties ol

I ..ii.i-: I whom he married at Ft. Scott Kans. ne Board of Health office at S leading physician of this city. P. P. P. on every occasion.P. .
)'cIOC p. ra. TimsJay. Mar. 2o.Visitiaa ; Mi-es. M. OIDDEXP !
weeks
two ago. --
::1\ all $1.
.1 I! P. P. is sold by druggists.
114 oath DeVilliers :
t! Nelson admits that he is wanted in : pin -1 IU16 are cordially jltf tit.
: t.-- ;nvited to attend. six bottles $5.
-- bottle
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w.oI several states and it is charged that II
DK. E. F. Bln'cE.President.,
he has unihvnretil wi\es in 1.0&11!;'". Everybody ha a nrr>t to a little I

,. lis. Cal.: Portland. Or.; PJattslmri! DK. W C. DEWBEKYu25ttf piece: of this 'earth. But they mut LIPPMAN BROTHERS, Proprietor. '
fi-nt for It. 1 hey inu-t watch their
I lo : Fort ?'-ntt. Kans. ; Salt Lake Secrttarv.
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SAVANNAH
chance to get It. and get it. Lippman Block QA
>"I\". Utah: : ::?1. I'ai-1. :Minn., and <>th. i
Thcs. C. Watson & Co.
I -, ,'" I !s. He is alrmt13: years old. rath! ...
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,- L.: 11 I Mid looking, well droned and CASTORIAFor have ome particularly fine bargains;

J ", 'I"J ,' -: ak.s with a slight\! O'-rman al t ( nt to offer jut now, and they invite
, iI I' : ,., ., .. -- -- Infants and Children. you to come and investiotte; same. TIME TABLE. I
You will never regret; having done I
,I : :jr : \ CROWDS VIE/ ALTGELD'3 BODY. The Kind You Have Always BougM
so. LOUISVILLE
no ;' \ I AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD. ;

.. .. .1 .j "r .:I Lay In State at fie Public Library Bears theSignature A // n IX EKKKCT: DKCKMRKU: 1. IM

Djnrg Day. ofBEST -'riZi44 The llanpr Home is the ,
., .. [ New Orleans and Mobile
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Chicaao.\ Mure I h 15.-The body 01 well --- -- -

i.i tli., the late John I'. Alueld lay in stat ---- '\0./1. o. ..S o.!. ='0.8. No.1.
.; or:. furnished home. Marston 1 li a 12:1 m lI'I.. p Lcae... J''n8'' -0Ia. ....Arrve 1):1" a 4'i. No.6.1/:00
in the !!
public library today and II P P
: t.fl was FOR THEBOWELS ()uj1l ":5.. a :!::!1 P I:":! a 1.1<0\ ''_... l..m610u...... I.I''H' :IIj: a :!:&I P 75j
i viewed by thousands of people. \ <5' can sujjjrty you 11:15: a 4:i p 2:5.''' a 1."Vt-. ... :01011110, _.LI'IU'O 12III'n' 12:15 n 6oop P
I '. l w .t non 't5p 7.t 1I."v.. ".W 4Irl""n'l L."v
.- 1 7:5s
large!; l'roWtas! waiting when the with all needed in the way ::: -- -- Mu'Pp _
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casket was brought in at 10/ a. m. At of house furnishings at the North. .
'1 !liii 'I
.. 10 o'clock tonight the coffin will I I-.
,- owest prices cash or credit. No. 2. So. &.
< IOSH! and lomOI row the body will b,' If n.n tiirfiTt a r..I\'r, 10. .,'11Evrnrit of the,. 11:..5 p m 12:1, :' p m Li-eve ..... 1'.n"RcoJa .Arrive 4'et:SO.I I.m 5:1"No. 3.
l 10"1.1 I p a m
"
t", t. '1". ) [ 'I',, Y $:ti II m 1\::;; m i _
taken to Oakland! << cemetery. 'I. ( .. ii ArrivtiiontgoIIIery!: .l.l'a\'e II :li am I/'i: p IS
I--
: !iall ,, '!, 11Stm a in \I".pm Arrive .. iti, 2hnm..I..al.II
: ie I ::
I" iiam
". .Liig' I Ii Governor and! staff state and county tnt.' '"'' u JJ'I' .. ,, )f 1.'lIug'' ,"e II.,.e!! OPERA HOUSE 70, P III .1.1" 1111 Arrl\ ..... ;0..11\11111; ... I..a\ : f:05pm... ._ I
< and municipal legislators and oflV'.u-! : ,: clt.tr md Y, uuisiotake i :!::ilJ a in $:iS: 110 III Arrive... X.ouivIis .... L..ave GIi! pm 2i! am
i; le (...> CANDY 7uI a in 1I:5wltll1 ..rrl\.e..l.lnelnnatl..I."v.. ,
.. ... 1I"lpm 1I:15pm
.
,".' jt'slgts. the I'niti-d Turning; SOI'I.th. CATHARTIC -- - 7.:'' a m :: p in Arr.v.. St. IAIiiq .1 eave 4ip in :

Democratic political organizations 'a- SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT : ENACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.o. : ,

N-< I. HI 1m. !bor uuions. Civic and liaternal M-I "

:: Hww ties Boer sympathizers the .\111" '.': Monday, March 17th. l Uaily =' 3-I'inly No stop whl'rll tlllll\ not shown I No. 2-Dally No. 22-D lly ,

i ln.rvh- Jon and citixrns generally wil! atconipany << THE ONLY ORIGINAL IIM pm 1:... a m Lt'a\'e.. .. I'.n,,,<,ol"rrh.., IOi! pill 11:10:
I II5 p ID :
: j i.1 .
night 1:011"111.11: II
the body to the ("rml't'r.\ .. .. .. .. luI1" 11-111\ "
12::!t' j i.; iiititra .... :
must WHITNEY & KNOWLES' Iol": j .. ......... .. 111:3f" stuL "
\.iii : I I. .. }: cnriibta ...... 1O:1;! 667";
12 I 'j" 1 :t:; I .. .. .ilulat .. ... i'ist "
I RELIC OF CELTIC HANDICRAFT 12.:1\0" 1 :'! ... Harp ... : 6:15'. !.
.. .. I .. 111:11"
1. ......... c'ii
U .1
i i..t mean 7 51) (j'd. City ... 11).11i ..
VADIS 12 5. ........ .. 6.1 .
EAT JEM LIKE CANDY 7a::' Milton ...... IUIU' ,
t tot bh! Iwr- Boat Dj3 Up In County Mayo Ireland, QUO I $) .. .. .. ...... .. 6: J"
: o'1.-aant. r< .,lalol. I'..' -nt. Tast, <: .1. P .GM<1. : am... .. jood tange ..... .. f:f",; .. ,
2.COO Years Old. Yrr ...-Lrn We..'.?n. .r t.ril". 10 '..!..1 M. rent- 1.5.'i i '4 11 ," .. ........... limits .. ..... .1 GI5" 4:1.5 : i
i"p"r.: .(, lor free '*niili 1 nIi <1 lloulo.lc' 'D 2;:!') I .4..I, ......... OhlllJlan: ........ .. 1Io" :, I "
'ch.'r".I., I London. March 13.: -A remarkable .!lh. AiMre 1'.3STlII.I1I Till,: MOST )\GNiriCKNT: 1'UK- :!::JI .. 'c't: .' .......Crestvu.w....... 1/:18" I 'f:1I"1 I, ,
nUB' OHPI\T. nniir.ner &rw TOI.E.; 8lu" i A ......11..1' I.lIond ...._ II :
discovery has been made in Count.- !!:55"
"' II atiT. \Vls., I BLOOD GLEAN SINT.\TION:i OF ANY AGK. L:5l: I 1/:10" .... _.... Mou.y U..ad ...... .. $:et 3,11"8:11f'l \ ;
r \rordinarily I :Mayo Ireland where a wooden, boat.b KEEP YOUR 9jc .et'uOJak Hprlng.. 11:1.4 I I .. I
fI 11:11" ......._ ......_ : ..
Argyle I
,r ..nUt.ot f.'I1. : >lIt>\p,1 to be nearly 2.11111'l.ars' old! -- : 7:11" I %:81 I
4:41: 1I j' ...
: .l'onc..dt\I.l\on.... '
'. \ .. In June, : ru* been due up !by some laborer 5ii) I I 10:111' .... ... .. ..% ...II\.lIle....._ II 7:2 1:17"!I" I %:18 "" I I I II
I:55
On account of the immensity of i I 6u: 1'1.15'' .. (luy\'llItI. ......... ..
Th> boat i is beautifully arved fromi .. 7:12: 1 ,
-" 1\ !I.'f\' ('hrl.- sat I :41 :
1'1$1' .._. Boullay......._ "
the the audience i U I 8'i":
\ I i. Ultttltll nf i i trunk of an oak tre >. It I4'! :; f... t J/ production requested -I 8:01 to ,,111:17": .". ..........l blpl..y .. ..... .. 11:11" 1:?1". .. I''
to be seated at b:15: the per- "::111" 11 :'r' '' ... ..l'ottonllale........ 11:1'1" to. i'
1.aU.! !triIi long and shows absolutely no siens; otdecay 11 .,, 1I'J" 1I:2 .. Olarl""nR ...... .. 111' 1:9I: noon i
.,
I l. \e ifC't'4 'filiaII The wood was so hard that L foruunce beilllllnat; ; that hour I 7) to 11:45! ". .". _. Cyprtse: .. .. 5\1": IU" I'
1If5
I
71" 1I:5 ._. : am I :
i wat 'b, hate'ht.s made scarcely any ImpressionI promptly. 7:f.'o: 1:1:115: noon .. .(.jrand. itneaa Jtjdge.! ,._.. ".. 5s 5:21": ili5 .I I

U I',,' ...I ,f one I on it. Excursions are now being: oraniznd - 815" 12:13: to ArrlveRIn'rJnnction ...Ll'nl' 6IU" IU''J'10O"' ,
; I
'il'this idle of Celtic
; to \ 5NIGHTS5Hitttirdzay I

| handicraft which will shortly be: taken 1WTIs'
A March I,. 1"'':}1. :1
to the uhlin museum.4n ntinoo. mSACOLA;
> \ > BROS., I Rr Again! : :
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\anuuh, Ut. Inlrrrnrr. (,1J Dt E='('I='U ,
: .&v" utl-red from I w fle hr.
tWO
"I tiibt,.." said the editor "1 hat 'flhi9'Ik hat made the Gold @ON8ERYA1ORY( f ijf
< lone time, a lul'did .111 r foun.i. } r. .. ,
>. cured zn. I thr! ,'uih:: his lone flowing locks." FUST TIME hEREOF

f i- truly !: ..\...,,... answered the author. "There -. C 0*'1R I.W.IIARPERKENTUCKY E. 0L! CHAFFERS Direclor .

EI.Izr.: JOXF: Is tiothinx remarkable in that. THE .

Itis" do you !know that Nero had -

"l1VluUt:1h..l''UCH\Oi., I I lone liir" At Easterlide LEHR & WILLIAMS' WfllSKEYSoli IOoldmtdais Piano, Voice Culture Violin '
Pipe
(Ltyton /Mret. ")1) dar sir, aren't yen aware that I j jNero Organ Cornet, Mandolin Guitar, :

ti.\ I lI ". \ of the mo-.t celebratedtiddlers ,
( t C. hj. 1SVN : was one Cello I
IWIUIITNKS8;! t1I0rLItl"U'l1 etc.
AM:
1 i'.Ku.s.. of his day?"-Washingtoni !, JOY $; COMEDY CO. (*: m Also i

:- *%' Hlt.h. (h. i $ \TI1 YOl'K 1IOMK.I -;. r_ Director Pensacola Concert I!
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16'>>
I 'A ..uhi lIki. to add myiniruculous In a Keportolreot UptoDaterniia Band and Elite Orchestra.
,. ..linii-t Cuntrnt to !Mar.: I II I Ii you use the I I.f
ani;
i "Foor man:" said the Inquisitive! old COJ.uodios ti DaMiieisser Bros. .
I I I' III the c. -e of Mary"iiiiUi Brass and String Music Furnished
W living on my lady.<< "I 'guess you'll bo ,:In.l when Pensacola Gas Co.'s Lightit SOMEOKOT-R FEATCRE.S : !

1 I a contaut CoUgh li, your time is up, won't you?" ill Occasions. t I
and gladness 1st. We Travel in Our Own Special Car- LODGE i
will bring joy
surely DIRECTORYKNIGHTSOF
: tnhty etc., and was :00. ma'am, not partickerly, repliedthe "Ina." Address : Escambia Hotel. :
I df-cri-e that fhe! wa* rIsoiier. "I'm up for life."-I'Llla-1: more than any other medium. Its 2nd. Nw songs' New l>ances! New i i ,
I|
Jokes) Funny ltUalion.! Elegant Coni !Studio Parlors '
belly
lit nf b.lltuaidt'd.] : of Fit Baptist /
Press.PNEUMONIA. '
delphia :
makes ir i etc..
diffusion tonifs
piiy iciun*. m l1P power of perfect PYTHIAS. "burch.
8rd. Our Kcpertoire consists of the lalestI II .
.
ruinous io-called !! most pleasant to the eyes, while itsi i up-to-datt-Iiramas|( and Comedies! I/1 ,I
!I i. < without! rilect ua- FOLLOWS A COLD I 4th. All Electric I KITeCtj.AVK FenftAcoU Lodge No. 3, K. of p., ;

; ',e 1'. I*. 1'. fhe immeimprove But never follows the use of Foley's i!: economy is a great essential to your I CAHHV1H.\CriNG' PEOPLK meets every Monday even I !: I

I.. and i I.* now Ing at 7:3) at Cattle Hall
\ : F. M.
I itl; a-. ever in her life. Honey and Tar. ft stops the cough, .,: purse. Chane of Bill and (specialties Each In the Blount Watiot r WILLIAMS, .

!t.. Ills at any time as I heaU: and strengthens the lungs and i I Performance. I Visiting bolldlog.brethren third Door. I CONTRACTOR

"f I'. 1*. 1'. l in the fore- affords perfect security from an attack Pen acola Gas Co. PRICE : lOc 2uc, and :JOe weioom d. oordlallj AND BUILDER, ; ,! : : ;

Yours truly Qf pneumonia. Refuse substi- ,, M. CAMPBELL Estimates
SiMTEL CHEKRY.ail i tute- \V. A. D'Alemberte, 121 South Ladies Fr"e Tuesday "irht It Accom. H. HOB4LEB: C. C" Promptly '
Urugbt) i Falafox: street. I No. 3 S. Palafox St., Pensicola, fla. .I panted by a I'i.d ;A.' cent Ticket.: .|i K. R. 4 6. I Buildings of All Kinds.'I\ J

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i THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MARCH 17.1902

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t r. THE DAILY NEWS : THE CELEBRATED A Law Unto Himself' "STRONGEST IN THE WOULD.:


1 Entered at the Post Office at Pensacola, CONTEMPT CASE

i itij .. Fla., iecond-cla matter. The 42d Annual Statement for Year


Palatoi OFFICE.tr\'tt.:-tttfi up-stairs.Building, SllJi South -- Every Man Must be That, to Retain His Health I Ending December 31st, 1901, of

4 !t' ;! : ACAINST MESSES. BELDEN, t


THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. ,, DAVIS AND PACQUET I, and Digestion :I TBC UITAB LIFE A ASSQPI

t I. B. HILSON:; Managing Editor I! AGAIN IN THE C S SOC mni Y

:
\V. M. BALK. Business Manager.
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Terms: Invariably in Advance COURTS. Assets. .. .
i. .. $331,038,720;
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One Year by Mail gel> i
till Months J5u I Reserve and Other Liabilities 269,910.67s

I On..1;,by Carrier. Payable Monday 1"tdverlisirg Judge Belden, Mes-rs. E. T. Davis

l 111, Kales Furnished on Application i and L. P. I'acquet will by a decisionof Surplus (From Lich DiTiJeiiJs! s are Paid) 71,129.04? i

: the United :Mate court of appeal


I I 1lc -- | at New Orleans, have to come up ,. l (1 : Paid to Policy-holders in 1901 $ 27,714.621

W I: with that fine of fl'JO eachimposed by (

New Insurance in 1901
Judge Swayne: some mouth ago for (' 'I n n $245,912,087

a itt i : contempt of which each had failed :Total Ins. in force Dec. 31, 1901, $1,179,276.725
TELEPHONE NO. 118. 1 JyA,
to purge himself. The case, in so far I
Notwithstanding the greater financial !strength of the S>K'.. .
PSN8AGOLA: MARCH 17 1902. I as it applies to two of the defendants I '
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VI'c greater security which its policy-holders thereby enjoy, tlu- i'. \n: j .

r t ? ., I will be carried to higher courts. ,: LOW and GUARANTEES:: better than given by ether comp I.

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i TilE president may now be expected i The New Orleans tribunal holds.' r' I

c#;, l to draw on his pigeon hole of :that it has no jurisdiction in the ,
KNDWLEB BROS. Gen.
military reprimands; for the benefit I|, matter and therefore refused the Agents

r k i-f General Kuuston.
writ of prohibition applied for by
-- --- -- 309 S. Palafox Street. PEXSACOLA, FLA.

4 -i elf FORTY years ago the chappies; i the three defendantIn the decision ......

$ ;'fit were exploiting a fad of smoking
(' | which was handed down .9 .11399 S. Palafox street OIL STRUCK :
'a v "Manila cheroot; History is
.i l Saturday, it was stated that under will be found an eleantsPool I You can strike oil by gi'
r about to repeat itself through the GREAT HUXLEY. M.
THE Pryor's
the of March writ of bigfurniture
act 3, 1&91 a and Billiard Parlor.
medium of load of Manila i
a ship : I and 22 West ( overnmf'U'We

pp pp r : cigars now en route to this country. error might have been taken from Lrre are thousands; people in this =Nervous -blooded. run-down people The most fastidious and have nothing; ; but barca. -
} world who meal from end should bear In mind thet drugs and stimulants I
eat no one year's j fer in all classes
--- -- | of furuitur.
I the judgment;; of conviction, but it is cannot furnish good blood strong exacting can come around
t4 BOSTIIk strike was settled to another, and certainnvage tribes In I muscles and steady nervetbee come mi-- them.

I'I through the efforts of the secretary I too late for Pacquet to take the writ 1 ly Africa meat and eaters i'ol:'naMa but while are Hi there must "X are lu'I.t'-1 only from; a nfty wfioleeome centbox foo of l,ituurt's'r'abletstaken thoroughly digested i. and pass their leisure moments ,

,i l of the Civic Federation the lirmnes at this time. Where relief can be \ after nieal'fora few \\et'k111 do without fear of coming Pocket cutler and s
ands of tbei>e there are millions who live youtnore real good thui drugs, stimulantsand /
of (governorsane and the sagacity obtained through the usual course, upon mixed diet of meat, vegetables and I dieting romblned. in contact with disorderly : sors from the linest to :

JetA t 1 of the leaders of the labor: organizations '< it was held it was not customary to 1 grains and ,If numbers isacriterlonit would I says Henry"\1.Kirkpatnck.nalld; women of whose Lawrence.occupntiun.Mass.! '|' conductThe best ot\\ cheapest, at the H 'i I'
involved. Thus it I seem that a miieddiet !' tin best for the precludes ail active outdoor life should ,
may e'erbe issue an extraordinary writ. This bumnn family. make it a dally practice to use lunrt's I order will be maintained':, Hardicare Co.
i' The fact that you will Hud many vegetarians I \ly.pej'uT"bl..ts after t.ieals I have doneso :
means that 1'acquet must pay line myself and 1 know positively that I owe at all ii nzes.
w ho appear healthy and vigorous and i I II my present health and vigor to their dailyuse. ,
{: 1 THAT Kansas infant prodL'y, live or sutler the u-ual con-equei ceof meat eaters fiiially so, und any nuuibe I I I"From -- I
1 t of robust who both andvegetables the time 1 22 when I graduated The finest line of sterling silver
't weeks old who is said to have tIe specimens eat coral was -I I SoA
I ;i, imprisonment as he did not take unit anylbiQ ..I." that coma I from solicoi with broken beKlib from goodand silver novelties i i- to be Thought -
.1 t miraculou gift of "speech and ued their way all gee, to show that the old saw" oer..orkllotll I was ..I, I scarcely knew : '.
foul1\! J. I. Prices
t ,-teps at the time of conviction for u the irucfiriK, that: every man must btt what \\8810 be free from stn mach weakness. at :Stephen* to i!
a. n it in uttering; warning of "six yearsof law to hiiiisflf as low hat he shall cat "I I bad noappetile whatever for breakfast : plea-e all.
', famine," wa- doubtless operating the much desired relief. drink. und very little for any other meal ___ ___ I II BIG SURPRISE'
'lo repair the waste of tissue in brain I "1 had acidity and heartburn 1I."rlv'' I
I ry1 I r iu the intf-re-t of the pcpuli-t party This ease will go Jown into legal workers as well us to replace ihr muscle everyday und sometimes wu, aiarmedliyirregularity Buy a new garden hose
1 and mew of the latiurtT-. can onU tie dune and palpitation of the heart \
f l of that: state. 1 annals as a most peculiar one. The through the process ulilincsiion.Kery I hut all Itm gradually, disanpeared after I from the Willis Hardware READ THIS:
l lr nerve.1hu-Cie. .i flew every drop of began u.ineMuart's |f'Y'I"-I" ablets' and |
r+R; THK Illinois coinmi ioners to the attorneys were fined for contemptand bloc II"i extracted from the food we..lit uud.liLett. I I can eat mv nieais.. wan ieli-.ii nud satisfaction : 1MI3W.
Colpany- \
which I had not known since I wits
r.utr.tlu exposition whose linul: ) report sentenced to ten dayimpris- lu these ilavi of Irisllf and worry aid urtincial a u row ing IM>V ', --- -- tl2.no Phllllo rll'l.: ami'? I I.

ha- baiiits nl life, sjHrcely: title person in Mrs. Jai. Kanon of inronto. Canada, .. . . .
been made ord for
r i t "ii ju-t public are ment by Judge ftwayue here. They a thou.ald"11 la> claim lo a perfect diRIUOII writehor eighteen iii.fitl.s i vulTreu Finest smoke of them all *
i entitled to the record-breaking ; h--p-ia is a iinlional slib: -'ma from \\bal uppuseJ WAS lilndderand k d- \ -
v po were attorneys in the :Mefiuire laud and Muiurt's t'jspe.OMii lntilet a nationalbiessulg. "tV trouble, und took medicine! from threelilTereiit Egyptian Armor :$:!.t IK) Phonographs and r; I ,
Ciiar-\
,,b I : J sition. Out of an appropriation ofTS.IHW : < doctors witnoul any sign of cure i \ ord ... .. .. .. . . .
the IVnr-acola, Most esot ion ,.-I feltio ill last I u able to do et lex t rick i
4, 1 caved and returned case against City Co. ca poor dices 1 are can hy I at hardly a Apostle's.
they tot
fig i M failure of the. slnmnfli tsecrete 'um--'''llt uiy work ,, $ .I'm' Phonograph- .: I I':
the trea-ury fllCttW! : and were endeavoring\ / 10 have certain its'[tic JUI' r. or too litlle llydrticliloric | -1 thought I would try H box of Stuart' '-' - orJf..r. .. .. . . . .
;1i' b1J ; - .------ acid and lak of peptones ,lad ull: nf these1iiitpnrtaut Dyspepsia fHlile'- and ,ens ;II they wouldnmke
A I'1 : commercial I propertiesover turned ...sfntial- t l I w "H any other business !gave away are found in Wtimri'- i)\'ptu 1'11111..1_ mlconvenient 1! 1 hud dyspepsia, Ill niter lhr" or four
*its) to their client. They u-ked puiataMe torn,,. ] tablets had been taken all ihe an.I tr u >le N.'r..r-Out Patent '
Oil LmM.T.MII
much of itstock
't'
in trade the 1 1MrH.
as
.
as;
i' .
The great I- UKlisli!: Scientist. HuMey simltlieiii'st disappeared. then I d -rot .r.1 I had! NOTICE n t m

t '1, newspaper ii expected to do, and Judge ::;wayne to recuse himself und 1'rukoi stunt lath-hultudl III life is a sound liMid siumarh.pioperlybecause 'I. had acid treating, ..me'ia.ahiieth.for kutr.tand doctors hla,"hi'ib'en ,. i r: A: Wright I lu-id.. '1"'.',

4 : does a lot of it, there would be no also\ made the allegation that the the}' lack the pruper >|>iautitr of ] trouble iiihi one of rhetii treated im loriheumutiMii. N". '! IJe-t Duality . .
,, digestive acids iluctu and hxlroi-hlorii' i U8ER8I
j end of free goodsiys: the ChipleyK .. I i tin'id Second-hand\ Lddit'.u: '
judge\ was personally interested in and p..plu"t'IJlI' products the most Mj digestion is ['no. my ciimpli'Mon
1 .1 I .inner. And an early end to such: remedy in all cases of inuig-st:.in.1, .n'llIl"l. !I cI..ur"II<11 am able in ,ln my woik anil lowtinttire Gnlits' Bicycle ruiigini; :
How the property in litigation, uotvuth- a/trr.aeh mal onetir twoof.. .siua-'S !'>',- j i ip..p11I "( unknuw to rile I price from. .. .. .. .?4 L'"I t'
t bu-ine-j. do
i : the '
newpapersciaiui tablet h"'auth. ) sunphin ajplerisitnt. j 1 .11I.0 thankful for nndiLK a cunn
i ,standing the C'.tut's denial. The hiirmlvcs form nil the .element good "nd.1I pleiisuHi to take us M nun'sliy.spepsia
:
l.rUnlf, Tennis : ,
;; the con-t.uit: drain? BaebalFihing
1 I .
that weak stuiMufhi lack Tablet a-H surprised the
r} V* I ;, allegations: were preyed, with the One or ti\OJ of these tablets taken after change they have made in me." I Tickle, Sportintr alit!
W t'.Ht the Gainesville News; : "It nitals uhnrrprrtectdigrnuon and aMimlalion I \llionms Seule. Muytield, Calif.. says: I Athletic (ioodsof! All Kind-.
I} re.-ult, that the legal gentlemen were of the loud. "Have used and r.-omm"lIIl..dOllllllt' ',rot l 1\1 is not the partof wi-dom to put !incompetent Ciitbarti' pills und laxative! medl.'lneshave I I Tabirtsbecau.e there .. nothing like them : :Morgan: & Wright Double Tire

men into ollice. lietter calltd up and held for contempt and n..n.'tthllt'.r in die'ling fund I to keep the stomach right." :Set. .. . .. . . :, KNow .
t .' and to call such remedies a cure for Mr. J:. ll.lavisuf liawpton.'a.., says:
.1l } pension them if they are worthy the penalties pronounced.It Sift IS far fetched and ahsuril.Munrt'i. Y'P"P-I' "1 dnt'tort'flll.lIrs fordysprpnin. but in
I' I I liyspepsia Tablets two months 1 got more benefit from situ Is Your Time !
k t i9 J H, and needy." Why pension those |' was: held by the ]lower court of sin free from animal matter diasias* uud art'B I'yspepsia, labels than in five year.ofthedoctur'streatment !

F(lt'lt':: n. who are not and: have never been of j| appeal: that the phases of sentence uthrrdigetivesand wboles-omefuod, but tend not only to increase digest lilt nil II :;Iuart'. l>vspepsia Tablets" Is probably i.! Mail Orders Promptly Handli.:

r r. any u*e to themselves or to the public Row of gastric juice and liy giving the Ski .safest most popul.ir and successful di I. :M. Ijinlliitii. an Kvpnrt lle-
J could not be executed, and the law- weak stomach a much needed rest bring gestive the market and fold by druggists
9i4[ I'' ? The thing to do I is to let them': about healthy condition of the digestive I everywhere lu the Tinted t-lateb, iiiiiHtraiiir and C x>L, will It* in IVnaiola -
ers could choo-e between the two organs and a normal "ppl'tlle.MILLINEHY Canada and Brest ttrilam. .
I.x: I .Moue. I f'ir a t'-w data beginninglon
'. I ----- which could be
II !i't portion satisfied i day, Man h IU. and will make, a perh I F. B. Bruce
: 'I
I Tin Lake City Index believes '
Judge Melderi: stayed at the county : OPBKIS mill visit to all persona riving gas'
!
Ih II" that "the saddling of the primary: on TMhyen.'WeNotia

!; .' 1'I, the democracy of Florida sounds the j jail for 10 days, and i is therefore not } ranges. .Al.i> she will gladly' JJUP in-
15 8. Palafox.
!J i .1 I death-knell to the hopes of every ', again amenable.Mr. --- striiciii. and advice al ut <->."kin<;

L"" ,I II+ man of moderate mean* ever erur.t 1 Davis andtht-pcouooriraluaeof the rallplI I
upon protest, paid the ,
.. I '' Thursday, Friday and Saturday, our attention is respect- .
t I.- of \ .
ing a place promint'uce-the poor fine We h-h|>eak fur JIT Yllllr hearty < .
J and took the matter to the March L ith. 21-t and 2ind, Mrs. X. called to Section 32 .
Ulan is ab-olutely left out." Well fully -:-'- --- -
"I" "lH'ratio" in the matter for our mutual "r '.-. .. ,
'. .,\.,. I j then, if that i is so, why are so many United States supreme court for a Bowers will display at her parlors, Chapter 4322, Laws of! in'erests. ami yon will linil her a --- _;'o t .- ( '" .... .,

J": I "men of moderate means" now actively decision. He had spent a few daysat 17 South Palafox street one of thehand.ome ; Florida, which provides: \ lady worthy of jour PstPCni.Very o ::_r:_: ( I"L( '-

1 and hopefully seeking uomi- '' jail with Judge IJeldeu: and was Jil'
lines of domestic and '
rl. -t : I All taxes shall be due and pay'able -'
",(d nations at the hands of the people 'R.
1. ,' released OH habeas corpus proceed: imported millinery novelties ever on or after the first )Monday reapes'U'ully '

H'- :1 tI': !;, : TiEDeLaudNews; thinks that the i, ings. Should' the lower court's holdings brought! to this city, her pattern hats i I and November the Collector, of each i i.and. hereby every vested year i; !iL--- 1

'- l 'J< coining annual meeting of the Florida ', be reverted, he will have his being especially beautiful. with the power and it shall be his ..1'

:f', I i I It Press; Association "will be attended duty to collect by levy and sale of Pensaeola; Gas Co .
refunded.Mr. ,
, r.. money Miss Jacques, whose chatties;
i exquisitetate the goods and ( ;, I.lud'llnd ;
those who
I. : i only by publishers: :
; );: 1'acquet however, has no i is so well and favorably known tenements assessed, all taxes that remain -
; x and "the :
;:'k m 1. IP' liave little el-e to do, that unpaid on the first Munday in C. F. ZEEK, Superintendent. .l
., ", .. 'il newspaper workers will be conspicuous avenue cf e-cape: it *-em: *. lie, was i is again in charge of the designingroom April." *

1 t j I'j.J by their "b-eucf'." Wrong suddenly called to New Orleans and will take pleasure in meeting I after the

;r" I, t again. That gumbo and chowder |! Immediately P3YCll S -PHYSICS
fl t I previous to the I
f contempt proceedings the ladies and asjting: them iu first Monday in April next I -'" ,
t jI J and jambalaya will prove drawing'y' : Taught (I he llumiin olTractual .
t l' hy CollPjjp
and was not when the .
present election.Mr tZa.rrrr
; nuking a )
I will :
))1;c d cards Home of the profession playa commence to prepare Psychology, U the Arc of

I have to make sacrifices to :get here hearing; took place. Later he returned *. towers extend a hearty invitation the delinquent 11)01 tax I\iio\\iii2, \\ hat to H... Hnu 111 nIl if,
\ : I' Meals I
Up
High
U IU'!' but they'll come and was sentenced, but it to all the ladie of Pensacolato for publication. In 01'I \Vlifii in Ito it. and \\ here. You
(lUst -
I
.i>!!! t .
r Have aril Don't Knovt' I..
was too late toeek relief. Million- I / Good food.'
\ call np.in her on thee dates: and ( to avoid additional but not high up prices.
, TIIK 1'inres-Irniou and Citizen I e.v aires Hate and Know it anti "'"C'iI.j|I sood cooking and good !service but

f : truly says: that "Florida should have I' All the gentlemen are in the city inspect her goods pense, give your State and I II' l'YGHU-I'UYI'IICH: Ii Indispensable to I very ordinary charge +

kf '! un exhibit: at St. LotiK but it i io; but have nothing to say of the findi ---communication-- -- County taxes the young! mother nnd all heads of families. I I
t I. I' your prompt It teaches them the art of governing their Tllp''OfIt!
I :
,, : : equally true that it "houll.h creditable i \ !!;; of the appellant court. Lodge No. attention children without punishment. Taught by i Centuryhas
i .
J I ; A. :M. o'clock ; mail. In months'course. fI".r month. Keg.
ab-ent. And it < ati!
1 ; to thetate or 1 I
Jud ular 10 week $1 week. Wend II I
G course
: > per
ewayut': was ollicially notified 1. H. irALEMBERTE tallrallt
, p. HI. :Monday, :March lath !< =
:.L.i" adds the patent truth that ",;nch and receive our first Leu-on giving instruct
1'' of the verdict thimorning.. Vi-itiug brethren invited.H Tax Collector ions; also our Announcement and
ii':_': .u failures as we have learned by bitter AllKV \V.l iIHBS, Special Contract arranging to furulsbfcludentswilh has become famous: through it. Dn
I 1 ::7ni-lw material to teach others und
'f' ; experience to expect ur> much W. I"C. KKSSI.KK. secretary.W. --- form cia".... : tier, but deserves to be favorabl';
1.,_ { "'I 1 worse than nothing Arthur C.fJ CONCERTS AT MAGNOLIA BLUFF M. 1IilCK. I Manyofourstudentsareclesring *.; perweek i known through the superior quaint::,
I II .
I' .5 ; from their evening t'la".r be.fore I"f all Its meal Cle'I.linlII .
I Jai'kMw'-i I'lncagi elfort was a COHspicuoiK hm there been such a
great opportunity
There will be ,
I a special daintiness features of
dinu.
are
A Fireman's Close Call. for people skilled tn this hue all our
\.1', illustration aud the Butt.r .!- of : ', I
Mt. Horcb
meeting H.
I ThePeiisaeoli: Concert Hand will I Oita there I hat the present time. Address::8n. I room.
I I -tuck to my engine, although
lo tol'ltdeI.t" little better. A. Chapter on Tuesday ton College of Practical ycbology, 'Ui : I I
y .' _.' i commence their of P.tr.i..int achrd and every nerve Mass. ',
s series; concert: at t v"'C evening at 7:30: ( o'clock. ]i Columbus Aw. Boston I'hone "71.
's. d AT the Philadelphia convention Magnolia JJlutI either this week or was racked with pain, write C. W.Bellamy. : a P.v order of H. P.W. ,
-- -- -
.. 'n' ,; next. The park has been A locomotive fireman of t;. A.MiKKSOV.hecretary.: Pearl & Nicolau,
fixed
I t' ;" in June l.1-t. Capt. S. C. Cobb of thUcity up Burlington, Iowa. "I was weak and
.
t'i. r, : I. publicly I noted in an address on and the wharf and pavilion have pale, without any :appetite and all ___ ___ POLITICAL 216 B. Palafox Ht.

.W" ;Iii ::11.I j'. ;i the i-thmian canal the intense interest ,. been repaired and remodeled It i i.* run dnwu. As I was about to give !' Night Was Her Terrer.
I bottle of Electric Bitters --- --
t i.dfll! ( .11F .l in the subject manife-ted by the intention of the band to !give up !got a I "I would cough; nearly all night
\ : and after taking;: it, I felt as well as 1
; members of the Knti r.> fiI!! f.: I ever did in my life Weak sickly of Alexandria Ind., "and could ANNOUNCE1ENTSFor "Kranlch & BH'h"HUll :
,' ty" ( 'Y i la" ; which viewed the Panama canal iuIM'o entire summer., run down people always gain I,, I
hardly get sleep. I had con
" 1'1 any _______ .. _
life, and. visor from
;.- ; one tlf whom declared to Capt. new strength -- "'" .
:, .f : sumption so bad that if I walked a "Lester" Pianos
Prisoner
.
Setting a Free.A State Senator.
their them. Satisfaction
u e. Try
t : ,' Cobo that an isthmian i canal would 1 block I would cough frightfully and
:
ftf\ f man with rheumatism is a pris guaranteed by W. A. D'Alemberte. The friends of Hon. W. A. Blount \
r' pit blood but, when all other medicine
canal
.
tht'llul' of the Suez
' I' J .j I cut His 121 South I'nlafox street. Price 50
f \ oner. fetterare none the Ie-* : failed threel.uu bottles of Dr. hereby announce him as a candidatefor are unequaled in !sweetness h nf
t I";; J-\t\ !1 ii :. right in two in the middle Recently galling because they ale in\i-ible. cent. Kin :'* New Di-covrrywholly cured\ State; Senator; from this, the Second 'durability, long standing in tUL':

,:(,;1 the New York Herald called To I him Perry Davn' 1'aiukiller New tock of tho"e celebrated ''me and I ;limed ;ot prund." It'* Senatorial District. and respectfully are preferred by leading mn-i'I' ,

E; i to a suspicion that "gelsI comeas :a liberator. \flubbed well bUfll'lt.lu:1rantt'.tI' to ak the support of all Democrats -
attention cure "
tai': Duches trou-ers jut received \\
: byWin. for
into the swollen Agency Chickeritijr
.J stiffened joints it i I'on.hCold*, Ivilirippe, Broil! for him at the coming primary.For .
fl : I'r I t tlemen interested in the t'ut'zcllnll" not merely drives away the it Johnon & Son. Every pair ; er" and "Crown" piano.
pain chiti* and all Throat and Lung
" warranted. U $). 'up /
to
: : have joined the transcontinental makes the mu-cle pliable so that! Strictly -to- Representative.
: Doubles Price 50c and ?I.W. Trial ,
In ha\"atl'
.
f date ; piano-players we
': railroad anti-canal lobby. Capt. the prisoner become free ruin tylp bottle* free at W. D'Alemberte's The friend* of Scott; M. Loftin take "
---- ----- -- gelus "Apollo" and "Cecih.ilThe !
jij' I There i i. but one 1'ainkiller. this
lr of
: Perry means; announcing him '
; was correct. store. as a'
II : L\1bb'f1 diagnosis: If you want a nice present to giveto : drug
; Davis. 2i and oO ct candidate for 1
H-presentative in the ,
r'F a friend, go and look through; the ct'lpbratt'dictlr :Mi
yh;Iii.II' 1", A GUSHER STRUCK! elegant line of suitable articles at i! If you wish the rery est LeiIature from E*cambia county, Talking Machine, the One-: ,

;. ..p, at the Big! Furniture House, 20 and Your Liver J. I. Stephens, you surely can find i ice cream freezer at the very and Democrats they desire in the the coming support primary.For of all. world.
22 West Governnlentstreet. If you something to plea*e you. If you

\. .J 1' II f'l'' .. I fail to get a pusher of your own. it isi Will be roused to ,ts natural duties want anything in the Diamond line i lowest price, the Willis Representative. reduced Violins, Mandolins. ; and Gill>

i 1 I tt :. .t your fault We will gush. the furniture iI and your biliousn?s, headache and be sure to see him before you buy. Hardware Co. can please : The friends: of Henry C. Clopton I price-
unheard of -- -- ---
into house at constipation be curs J if
your you take
iI"T ,. ':,I.;' We have plenty of it in tJY'ick1poslle can supply you. announce him as a candidate for I '
t' low price
!It'I t 11 all styles, from the finest to the Hood's Pills you with Egyptian Armor '! The finest line of umbrellas /in the !representative from !Escambia in county the and Legislature request 'flie Clutter llosic \Home\
O. M. '
i lia ; Yours for bargains
II l:t cheapest. $ city is at J, I. (Stephens': Go lookat I the support of all democrats in the
.I Pryor. !I I'I | old by all druggists. 25 cents. Cigarettes. them.
i I coming democratic primary. 112-114 Palafox St.
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MARCH 17,1902.

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I B. H. FAIRCHILD, I iI I

SERIOUS WASHOUT THE WEATHER iI

tJ OP :& O 3J'8 T EIX 33 H. I

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38 EAST ROMANA STREET. i &

Caroet Won and Furniture TO-DAY I '
(JHIPLEY Refinishing a I I


JIHR I Phono Specialty 405. I SCHLl

LocAL KoRECiST-Fair tonight possibly
.1
.1i i light Iron; Tuesday fair fresh north

R. K. WHITE erly winds.
!
INTERRUPTED PASSENGER TRAFFIC SINGE
HAS I ,
Matchmaker, Manufacturing Jeweler ;I, Temperature in Last 24 Hours:

and Graduate Optician, I II I I Maximum. .... ..... ..... degrees All over the world Schlitz beer is known and is the standard.In .
SATURDAY. I i Minimum ... .. ..... .. .... jldfcrres Cairo
3'osthPslafor'st., FrossroisFls Cladh'ostock, Pretoria Shanghai, Singapore: Bombay
and Constantinople it is the bter: of civilization.!
!' Temperature Elsewhere : Schlitz beer has won the world's markets by its reputation for

,_. ., Nat :Mln. live
-, -- white
v) Atlanta! .... .. .. ............ '.! 41 purity maintained for haf: a ccnturv.: Wherever men i
Ki-mnrck .. .. .. M Schlitz liter: is acknowledged: ; the pure beer. Our pledge: to you
FIFTEEN! HUNDRED FEET OF TRACK WASHED AWAY. : ; Chicago.. ..... ... ....._.. .. :sClnclDnatl and to all nations is that never will a bottle of Schlitz
our pledge
.. .... __ .. ',- :H
) HEWS NOTES Ualvestou.._... .. ". ... ...... .?.;', beer go out until we have insured its purity; never a bottle

Jacksonville .. .. s in insufficiently: aged.
; Kansas city .... .."..?. 40 .. Schlitz beer wherever you find it, is healthful; it is
"
>'o Hail from East and South Florida Points "A KeyV'est ... .- ;:
I Memphis M iv r

Has Been Received Here Since Friday "Where are you going, my pretty maid?" ,, Mobile Montgomery. .. .;">4 f 'A'HI. WORLDFAMOUSand

I "I'm going home kind sir," he said; New Orleans. ,1 Mi
hat made Milwaukee famoutAsk
J "Let mi- go with you, my d..ar.l pray?" i sew York. re :*)
Night---Passengers and Mail Are Being Sent | avannab M) :4
I "You roilY if U. H. 1\ K. 1. K. f for &..t.lilzbcrenr .
,,1St. Louis 4"-5 5on go.LEWIS
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The criminal -- - -
Around by Way of Montgomery..-Large court adjourned
Haturday afternoon until the May
I Maritime.
Force at Work Repairing Damage. tfrD.

Mrs. H. DeThaYH'* millinery opening I

will be March Mto.!Jd inclusive.See I, ex PORTS BEAR & CO.

notice in this i*ue. i for March to date .... ..... ......_oooo..tII1I'EI' 7.'';!'.:.,, ,

.: _' like fifteen hundred The millinery opening at Win. ,i I Sole Agents for West FloridaIF

THE CRUISER BUFFALO John-ou & Son's bu store will bej .\ .
ulroud track .it Holmes
Thursday and Friday.The Aunt us l'ont>-.a A'lflma 2tiJ5, -uttero,
Philadelphia to F O H'i'''> A Co
ir mile west of Chipley. --- H-huiK mak Lettis G. How- Nor hi Minim. -'Jim, Chrl.I..Dil'n, Tampico YOU BUY THEM AT BOSTON SHOE STORE.
ard i iul from the snapper banks 1 to Gulf I'ranslt1''o ,
'\ t ,('way'olturdar: by the WILL SAIL HENCE TOMORROWFOR with a catch of 25HU/ snappers. I hutch bark, Hrlrn.liV'oI. took Port KaiU
to Haars Uuiiwody A Co THEY ARE GOOD !
ini i Hras lUnnub M Brie l'M:, 'ba\\ M \ inc'nt -
---ani-: caused by the un- Coal dealers will be interested J' toliultTntaMt CosA16F0.
KEY WEST AND HAMP- an adverti-emeut, proposals for fut'I' 1

:' .1 rams which have pre- for the department of the Hast, I.'. S.; 1I

TON ROADS. army, in this i- ue. '
: it -fction for the pa-t Nor hk Dnvre ).arwn. KUPHO AvresIt
H. LiMonte Stevens has reopened: I\ ship biunehetto :llnriola.COgllilrin.EAKE.I'

,\ :Ull! I a* ,1 consequence his styli-h dre-riiidknii; establi-h-j j .

}1:1\: '-r Junction are from The training! ship liutTalo, which went: at 411Vet Ure gory street and I I]' Nor ss I"annliI.; i, (rhrl'-tensen by (;ul1Trll",1 I Qfl2 SPRING AND SUMMER I 902
invites the ladies to call and see the t ('0 tor'laiuineo.wiiti :511r' lollS cllal.
has been: in Peusacola harbor for latet faihion?. II i J ant trlexniDlt; pulrs.valu.ll'2\ !
?' !LIte. lr KipiinchHin.. 14:19.: Johnston by Kr
two weekwill weigh anchor to- I| A solid carload of 1'ab-t Hock'' Julius ehreyrrlotLun.eI.xlth l.d.4 ooh
.: ill have l teen able to Ii lumber 5.>JMi( s ft awn timber, 4.:';:j! c ll
lUOl row morning and sail for Key beer was received this morning by hex n timber \'alufJ.f111l! ir voi \\ \ VI' T III: I.IIHvrvLi.s: I : I IN
:Mr. S. A. Friedman and i- now on .
I. : .1! portion of the roaJ We-t.
I
draught, ice-cold! at Ins popular

: iy morning and tratlicJed. She will remain but a short time i :South l'.ILlfox saloon. THE SHIPPING. I

"- at the Florida point and will sail Jenial James: McHn, proprietor i I
; ,Iof the New Orleans! Jncery, has au i VKSsKI.S: ; IN: 1'UKT. j Low Cuts tt
from there to Hampton Road, remaining '!
.. leaving here at T; a. attractive new udvertiineit in thi MKAUslIllt.Pntch .
some fifteen days there. i--ue. If you with something nice I ..
!IHirdrci-lit. !I4G; fish r.to order ,
e accommodation for :your Ea-ter dinner you should Spun Krnrato, l><\*', oriimebr.k. to \\' s i
Later: she will sail for New York ,-him. Kfj..frACohpnnltln.
a
X'). :2l. leaving at t'iii..Arano: tn Hall TransIt 10 I
and upon her arrival there will be Kid Uu.h lud and I-abelle Shel-1 Hr Margitrrt, :r.i>7. Mnith. toW L \\ ittlchA I Buy Ours, They arE Swell.

tr.il local freight put out of ennmi-sion. The ,hip ton athleticket.h artists, pa- throe,!t a the: city yesterday en routeto Boyer j
,; ;'. m. Friday will be retained as government property Jacksonville where they will .;nJl'\. --- -
.
It Aniiihalf.: ..::. store. to orderIt : t
I t-. Off tue break and after exten-ive repairs will open an engagement! at the Crystal: \.anluu. 1 I..s.! Mtsso, to KoailiCO BrosOur .
roof n rdt-a. I I
be made a regular training; ship to IIAkKi:
bible: to The -teuiu-liip Hannah M. dellaruveil S..mIL. I 1..V.: Hnn-ea. to 8 L c"onUS BOSTON SHOE STORE
I replace the old St. Mary's, now near- tint moiniiijr from :: t.1'HILent. Altii:'. "1'". mall to !S S Lt'o I IAu.t
,": r iw.r BtwIuUh-, l.atliciL'li, to S 8 L. ,
ly unseaworthy.A three day ahead! of time. !She Co I
->,i\f\ nave will take a p ire cargo of pho"pli-tte Nor C lllllJl\lor".II "., Four,'nsen. to WW I
l lI '
more delighted of olllcers can rock and a nu-c'ellaneoiH cargo! fur Mjfau NATHAN G. FORCHEIMER. Prep.
,
It (corona lit'= I'.ozzo, to order I
liV. tJl"M I I1 never be found than thl)-e on board Hambur and Hremeu. i N"r IUUITBI '>;. Pi'der'en. to martyrIt
I l.llli, \_Sniiiholiuii.: to KOSHOCO liros !
','_" tilt ry the Jutlall01113 of them said: to aNEW I j The ladies will be interested in the It l.lnceluis. 77:1:, Mnruilu. to order I INur in Windows
.. See Styles 117] Stall PaMOI Slrzet! t.I
I 'announceuieut that L. Friedman & :.MHKiljiIina( lieu II igr en, to RM !
; t I' !" -'llltlOUI: : :; man ye..terday: "Your peopleare Co.'s millinery opening will take KoiiinMHi I It t II
It Mnria.ii.tx, Viruilio.to order
,I !
certainly notaver-eto hospitality place Thursday. 1'tiey will show I Nor :NorJIyi-et.lli.l, Lh..n.lo \V L \\'ittich I
i ; .\ mh+'r of tI |I I the handsomest line of Easter goods A: CoIt ,
1. i i as every olHcer on the ship will ever their counters. ostrn 1':dry. "a. Vrfwinl. toss LI'oI ..,._.. .S......T... .. ..,_.. .. ..._.. .;:, -.. ,
.r i i I' -' n'ICr1.n put upon It Umbrrto I, ;M, Aimldr, to l.'o-asco r.-- .v WeVV-W.Ar I'

testify. This is my t'COIHJ'i.it Mp ..r... Chas.: Kelland Panrfheppard's j' Bros I II....
.. M'lillONRKS. I
t is .;:.r Jrfr.w I: new launch, built! for the
[ here and I declare I
never was more Pan Atlantic.\. Kfi'-mu'-i-pn to !iia'tfrAm !
:
T
busineswas iriven M
I :'. II.: -ire lit sturgeon fishing iiI II I\! O'.>l'lil. ;>)l. Norwood, to mut m Shoes D.
:ii-i-pitably received. A strange a trial trip ye.tf'rday.he is fitted terAm ,. of I

I". i ,,,|rl.I.I. % --I.! : L.'tto: tlniig! about it is i that Pensacola's! out with a ten horsepower engine; l'hariesL( Mitchell. 51"', WaliUon, to : :
The trip was satisfactory in everyreflect. Jno A Merrill Co f I I' [::1 I
Am Donna Christum, K, Axelsrn, toniuatrr o-D"Y-o j I IE
M" :i"iiirry!; and will rten ;',. ..r | fault is known by some people on i ,

'/in- -toy l that rlllll!'. j every American ship and it is a deli i A typographical; error made the I. ilir Am Jobn F Kraiu 1--7, Hnrding or- 1

:'ht to all whenever an opportunityto advertisement of the Meyer Shoe Am John K rlorgcn, ort7, liault. to masI E J JUilliain loljiison, & t Olt. ;!4
f ,1! F. L. Rob rtoo Itl of Brook-- 1 Co. read $I.m for those elegant gilt I, terA .
111 J ft ines B .lorii n.i'Jt:; Hempfr.to l order I
vi-it the old city is given. We XIheel calf :
Louis
buckle patent Am Lynian M l.a".II.lIlakl', to Jno A
.' iii'l' ifii. 1:. )f. i.awvf Bartow.I'li'ilJ shoein Saturday issue. The price vrritta Co I;) ll fl;
could never tire of staying at Pena- Am LUCIA I'orterCI. Karrow. to niHstt-r ARE CHEAPER THAN. EVER BEFORE IN THIS CITY.
than .
I I is $2.oU I and that is cheaper ... .....
\ not -ach home came Am LihveTWbitUer, !'II. Whittier to
cola.1Navy i they have ever before been sold. order ( '
I Am IVndi-lton Brothers ;a!, KneelanJ, ::1 I iood. olid Leather Shoes fur 'Xic fur Men, Women and Children in 25 'I:
> till ,1.1Y iiigiit and wer the etiquette prevented the jubi- 1! The ladies: will be especially in- to order t. or :t>' st\1"8. ]i
"S'' 'IhetlenulneNCWUrleanSBras.-nmledShlw: I for Men In Mil Different .
s terested in announcement in this 'y
\1 r. W. L. Wittich. They lant young ollicer from allowing his i, an Iii Styles; at sl.::. pair.
-5ue, giving the dates of the grand CLEARED AND BAILED FOK f KM
: M Boy's Full Patent Leather Shoes in the Latest I'P-lo-I'81e Styles at 151. tlJ t
dock this morning on the I name to be used. millinery opening at Mrs. N. How- 8ACOLA.8TEAH8HIPH.. ,''.. The Best Jl.Sii :Mioe for Women that Money'''' lJu,. ,... "

I Hc.- 1 ers' parlors, 17 South Palafox street Amstrl. Dutcn. .hl| CardifT Mch 5 i \\4' lli\\ lh' Largc..t and lcs Slut"U iir hue'" in the (:its( (
-' r r n 1.1111 which lEft: three to Cure the Grip. March '.'0 to 22d! inclusive. Miss r.lrnbflm. Hr.elil has Palmas March 1CerisUfr. fly( ) iJ
'Jacques is in charge of the trim- sid M"'lI rid M arch a and 110 not propose to let anybody I''N:' 11 tlt"LJ.: us,so do not he misled ( 1 .
o'. They were Remain quietly at home and take Cuirnisla, !lr. lull. Bond at Bermuda Kd .;r: by fake advertisement", but roin direct to the(114 Reliable House ,,', I
proiui-ed
and will be pleaedto
Chamberlain's Cou: .;h Remedy as | ming department 21 you want snoei and we will give you value for your money.

r"ii.h.! Colon! Koherttt directed: and quick recovery is sure create an Easter bonnet for you in Franz Horn.tier sId Hull Krb'Jsianfrannrta. msl:.;.T.TT.. : : ..... .-T.. .T.T... ....T. .Ti.;.'.fl.! "I I
I'
to follow. That remedy counteracts just your style. Don't miss thi"grand ( >pan, 1.1'0, I nl'lallllat Bermuda .. ........... .. .. --" -..- '. -"" ----. .. -- '" -..-- .'- ..

.:"p[ < Talbhaee and I any tendency of the grip to result: in display.Danger Feb 211Septuneurr. sM Las Palmas March :3 I
pneumonia, which is really the only 1 ertia, tier, sld Leghorn Feb -
iw will proceed on hi-; i; serinudanger.: Among the tens of of Colds and La lirippe. l'dalll.ipall.. old Cadiz KrblN I I

w. ::; thousandwho have used it for the The greatest danger front cold X.ortzirak\'oorlJur.lIulch.It..I.1:81. Span:, bid H..r-i'adiz! Feb > Twentieth Century Medicine. (1a\Te; \ ',\ flnny hy buyirt ,

; grip, not one case haever been re- und l'i is their re-ulting in lUhhSAtrici i illUlitJ
Cascartts
I 1 For. grippe MWl'd.Ibhll'R.. (;. Hock Jan :!"iAflilp Candy Cathartic are as voter furniture -
:.-nv be tatf.J when an ported that did not recover. ,pneumonia. If reasonable care i i. (icr, *;!. Ht AUoa 1 tlay .Ian U far ahead of
ancient < anti
I sale by all druggists; and medicine 1 used, however, and Chamberlain's Arizona, Nor, ISW: sod Kristol Jan :" PIII.oi OII ; I It Marston tj- Ouina'sGreat I!
'. I traffic will he rertilway -, dealer's.AMUSEMENTS.. Cough remedy. .taKen. auaaugerwm.. _:1. Anita 1-1. It,:rJ.: at TcncnlTH Nov :2UCarlphil. I liquid Physic j as the electric light of Furniture
Nor-Id Alcoa Bay Jan SI! Emporium. -
I be avoided. Among the ten thousands CoinatlIt.s:!, at Marseilles I Ian IItlakoon i the tallow ran,lle. Genuine !stampedC. I

people tlieui.11 : 52252525'2525"2S252.S2 who have used this remedy for Kn, bid 1 aole Kay Jan :TGtusepplnaIt,1" C. C.ever sold in bulk. All I --- -----
I ;'". -. tu Karbadoi Jan .HI ,
possession of this these di-eases, we have yet to learnof llr18pOrt4.. Nor, tad lIu..no'r..s ....lI't\ i druggists, ice. I will repair your watches and 1
a single case having resulted in olive Mount. It. sod Leith.Ian li [ jewelry in first-clan: style. J. I trltephens.
I It i is: hoped that the sip pneumonia, which snows conclusively i'araion, Nor, sod New lactic E:. .Mch 4 I Try THE NEws 10 c"nn per week I I .
that it is a certain preventive I
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il'ltto get: through nn : s sisz5zThe of that dangerous malady. It will uu -- -- -- -- ----

cure a cold or attack of la grippe in 5HSHSH5H525HSZ5E5H SZSH 5

1 'x-p-'iriuij, -a large the force damages is to- < l.i-t night Quo and Cadis will Company play at the arrived opera less i is time pleasaut than and anolher safe to treatment.It take. Fur. :ot/...NNl..NI.N: 11u(11U / sT ++ s >9 nlI ................. ,,ilI I I ,:

; house tonight.; Seats have been i jelling ale by all drug gt-ts and medicine Wm..Anderson I c The Celebrated : I

;K.S.L r under the personal like hot cakes and the hou-e' dealer JI

j will be crowded 5 Ginghams 5 : "Onyx" ; I, !
-'iperintendent: I }Water coolers that do not I

1 \ lit to the > e. 25 and 35c )'ard. ; I HOSIERY.S S .'
5 scene ye-- } The Lehr-11'illiun-CoutedyCoin- waste ice, at the II 'ill'isHardware i
.
\ I! PLOY; will open a five i night's engage- Co. 's.I ................. i.o..............: Ey I:
j the Soutomorrow' t
mental opera
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'. train left yesterday: I night. Ladies will hA admitted pay the printers to tell you about 4 S2Sc525r SaSa ;, :1 I

.' It WE-nt:1.* far as free with each paid :K-cent) ticket onI the bLr bargains in furniture. Ifyon
: i
'i mi-:* them it is fault not .
f your
"!:. returring atttJ 1- I! the opening night.- --- inine. Yours truly! 0. M. Pryor, 20 OUR Stock of Dress Goods and Accessories is now Complete and I Read yfor ; "

J i! You should not feel tired all thtimehealthy and L'-J! West Government street. Your We have
Inspection. deal
S train was held for spent a great of time looking up the S '
| people jou'tyonI very
1 : i won't if take Hood's Sarapa1 ; Winter coughs: are apt to result in The 1
'- morllill All pa-- you BEST things manufactured. Prices are Away Down Quality Considered" t
if neglected. They can ,
i 1 rilla for a while. consumption i
the north louuiretl ---- bt' soon broken up by u-ing; Folly's .

\ I, NAVAL. STOItl'M MAUHhT. Honey and Tar. W. A. n'-\I..11I- .\ i.i.oIK: Mris: : \\iiiiiiii 1:1.11-1, iti.ii-k I; iiiui \\ httt>, all 1:1.11'1.. :UM) all l I ,
f
': >rllve hours today berte 121 S. Palafox.

it:uu when the train I''Itfopllrltolt Dally-for The News by -- -- ---.- 11'hilt.ii i eosin iiMlnwi IIll', |nee \.:Ii'll 0)1 I TO. Mil {: .

I'nion Naval Stores Co. Plant ((. spring garden. 1 i II

.:. under way. auatS.Ww. The Willis Hardware Co i FOULARDS. Beatiful Colorings and Designs. 30c yard. ;t ..

..... ..... $I'H. ... .. ... .... dais i!
I' wu ..... :3 111, H .. ... ._ 14N i can sell you the tool cheafJ'
II' CUKAM 1UI.M i is ant .... .. ...... n :5; I. .. .... ... ... 114
foim. It M.. .. .. .. :'s; K.? .... ...... I r. Remember Our '
new ipre K .... ... ? 4:; b ..... .. ..... 1U Try THE NEWS Want Column. Millinery Opening 5
:'.Ir-lcul.tr benetit of I i I 1..... .. ...... ...... I ;5; l' .t b..low ..... I :sPILIT8TUaPCtTI r .
::1. :.:l-al catarrh who are ; L-1d;

..:'iimer in prayingr the I $ -- --- _- 0VEIt\Oh'* ISLAND, N. Y. Will take place on Thursday and Friday 20 and 25. j

!ubitingAlt: the heal- I KIKST EXHIBIT. G H., March 17. ls e.-Sealed proposals I I ..r!
i 1',1.: proprrtie-of Cream in triplicate, for furnishingFuel
: French hatand millinery
tamed in the new pre- i pattern in Dept. of the Ea-t.during' The Very Popular "Grass Linens" and Linen
novelties. March :h). 21 and .'. : required Effects in All Qualities. i E lz
!I' d"l'not dry the seincludingprayfug-
up rical ending June 30,
)1 I{, S. DETHAYKK, year I
!' will be received here and atpots : t
ITmlw; ITV.. ttovernmeut: l-.Htf
At yourdrujrjji-t'sor i and stations indicated in instructions One Fine Morning in the near future 1
we are going to
offer
Vi"Warren; :Street All Men'Woolen I Underwear i issued hereunder. until the j, I '

wilt! mail it. for 25! our per cent. less" than the regular 12 m.. April 16, 15K.G. I'. S. reserve Greatest Lot of Embroideries Ever Placed on Counters in Pensacola i I!

for the next two weekV'm.. right to reject or accept any or all h
price
' 'ids of chairs andI Johnson & tou's.Egyptian proposals or any part thereof. In- We will give you due notice in this space. r

-- formation furnished on application. : .1.1I l:
; Chairs at Marston, containing proposals will
: Armor Gigai- Envelopes: I }I'

+ti 's. Prices are Ver J.rYick, !1 are Apostle's.fine. Try them at i.| be_M._endorsed G.." JOHN"Propo-als SIMPSON 17m4t&Ha2t for,Fuel A. Q.at 1 W. j. & B. FDRBES.il.: t


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f r THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MARCH 17,1902

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u P.O. BRENT. WM. H KNOWLEH.! W. K. HYER, JR., J. 8 ;
STRIKE THREATENS IN AUGUSTA. \iIt ADD UP THE GAINSr L.YDDITEB OMfR Na: t Prelldell'VIOe.Prelldellt.. CtihUr. Aii't Rll '

R Forewarned, C"ch: r.

It Is Declared 10,000 People; Will be Explosive It Liable to Fly Back and

t, Forearmed. Idle. Slay the Slayer. I First National
Augusta. Ga.. March 15.-Decision The virtue of one dose is so extraordinary -, Bank i
The
Tile to diseae is greatly !; London. March 15.-
liability
of a strike in the cotton wills: drpendson ;
t !, IcfSenefl when the blood i ii in good condition I to be held small you can'tce!: any change. effect of I lyddite has been revealed
: the result of a meeting
a
L t {t and circulation healthy an Jvigorous. i tonight. Indications are now that a But add together all the little by the statement that during the "

p l4L.! :For then all refuse matteris I strike will be dttlared. as the textile virtues: from all the little doses I recent experiments with the hulk of OF PSNSACOLA. PLA.IItFICTIi "

promptly carried out workers of the almost demand it. effect marked.
city ;
and the is'cry 1
rLjI otherwise: it would rapidly accumulate that explosive refracted fragments -
national officer of the Tevtila
Hlbbits.
% _ftrmEntation'oul.1 take place: the : association will bt> here toni U.Ulwrati'es In consumption: as in other upon the. attacking vessels WM. H. KNOWLES, W. A. BLOUNT, F. C. iizli A I J9. K HYpR. ,hi
t tlmxl become j-olluted and the constitution -i which were :Sol() yards distant. Other D. Q. BRENT.
demand a raKe of ii I) ptrcunt roults secured from
i sovtakined that a simple 1 ca-e>. the fragments: dropped close to a gunboat J

4 malady mfcht result seriously. I of the mills. which has been refused continued treatmentith situated 2,"I\,) yards abeam of the': line

gn.t A Lulthy.digvbtion( active an4 circulation strong, healthy means i I was set by aa all.thr Nest time Monday for operatives m<>rnin to Scott's Emulsion come from .t'of hen fire.I lyddite Tile deduction is ;iisert there drawn is is danger that rmil i ad kiitii: hhm ki; A t tf"We a d ti.;

remain out unK-as demand is granted; the accumulation of[ many I
t ctnxs.AsaMrvxl
I for a hitnllly'lss: 1 at least :!.I'u'iarb. '
..i 1iuriCcran'l tonic S. S. S.I Operatives have made every Prara; small gains. :\ little gain in .

: has r.o equal. It is: the! safc-t: ln,1 1 l best tion to stl ikl'. and unless Hibbit offers ) away.The draw oar own Bills of Exchange on Great Eriui: d

1 n-ffitdy for old Tropic and children I home: solution a strike will take :strength each day-a littk Outlook compares: lydd'tes' witha Germany, France, Austria Italy, Holland, Bpain, Belgium, i.- \

4 j ; because it contains no riincrn's: but is ',place. gain in weight each day-if boomerans. It may fly lack and way Sweden Denmark and other European countries! ,

ma(1eXC1UsiV(1yUffIOt'fl4I! herIi.I !; The strike will begin: in King mills. continued fcr weeks amounts slay the siayer c'Dr'Ve3se13
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Most .
Disbursed tb Favorable TernObligationa
No (.t'.er fl'mZ'Jy so thoroughly! and then SiMey, then Ilntprpribe. extend- upon S
I
omethiivr.'I'he Cecil Rhodes Near Death. Taken Payable at Por of Destination Ten or / .
b'wj If imSSS I .o :- '
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cleans t'e ( -
. ( I ; cfl i.tually Ins! one a day uutil all are closed ''J
Town Mardi 15: -Cecil Rhodes after Vessel ArrIves there.
Atthe Cape
1A 1 i purities. i down. fact that Scott's Emulsion -
LK, same time it builds I at this hour is in a very critical ron
A general strike in Anpu&ta means C9 Safety Deposit Boxoe for Rent in Cc.'
..L e j.'. up t'le \V.M' pad djLilit be' of can be taken for so longa dition. Mr. Rhodes! passed:" a very bad e t'cttou '
h .J t :: that M.IMMJ people will dppmed! with which we have a Private Apartment for: :
t r2 : ; lkt 1 aisd rciioati : means ot supioit| an.1 bo'<,ume a charge time without the slightest> night. His condition at times was of Ren tarl. 'be t... t'

.1 r \' ti. tr.tiresyspi in its highly ('rit <<'al ant I attending physicians -
4 on the rest of the community. inconvenience is greatly :: '
t tL ,* 'cm. It cur" ." rn:..inilh: all inannci ; had frequent recourse to o\y '-

1j ,f 1 ."'11 '..m trllu1.ll .. lavur as a medicine for consumptive gen. The patient's continued loss ottrensth --
S BEAR FOUND IN TREE.Its .
V1. !.1: l'.1. }'. K .1'.cf 1.lJ' ...r b 1nl.: 0.. \7rltes: I *. Such a medicine causes great anxiety. The joI

'gi t t .: : t. 1 r '. .. .. .i 1.y t. i...lasandficofor are in constant cabin) communication [WE WILL FURNISH YOUR HOMEFf1
ihjsicinns |
S -4l S 4 \ :'d. br< out iII l.dln Master's Dead Body Lay on GroundS gives itself time to do good.It .
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.tJ '' ; "t. S. k r t \ o ;!'d fo "1 and with the London heart sieialist ; -
i5t'i u.L i <'J I. 1\1': t .,' kin rU anti H.fhm- Beneath.Coihran. _ ri -
p 1 P'9 i I .1. .'.. ... ti tbrJ d.d lie iw jrovd.: I u..cd Ga. Mauh IS: .About ten makes new f ilesh: and who attended Mr. Ilhodta last Wrie tn-.Ivf..r "r i I. .
'\1,1. ueduit dsoipaan-lsalv"*v.-ithout S
i1? 1 4 Df'T..I'. R. S:. S. cur'dd UA. aaJ r-y Eiatcl da> ,. ago a lou-jpuer I iani to this strengthens the lungs.Sni rear. Lii i
I II.
1 iIIlti : !ar a-ul s.uo'oth C.:.! tiy ono'a. pla< t', exhibiting a white bear. After
I Mr*. H"nr7 :;Iji"r'ne of Capo ITny.K'J Another Floater Fcund at Beaumont
staving here a fl'da he passed on. for tree Simpis.
.. "33'at.t: t\v.Jtme b< ttlrs cf S. ST
44 Tev :March 1.;.. Another
$ S Ueaumont. .
.
utecl h of t.lIIe'r of the brca-t. Doe Chemist-, Pearl St., N. Y. 'd.
*4 I4 I > A tow days ago negroes disiovercd SCOTT BOVXE. 4.* .. . .
tsp anJ men .! cugbt her caoK.fk hope.i found in the Nnhes '; \ It. \ "
loater
r1'rthis
.1 P -!. <: ...,..". th' body of the man on tin1 e" Igtof was 1'i "i I. 'I1,.'r 't.IUI .. [ I'll : I .
4, t tL1S ... ..... !.
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six since the \:uriirr
; t % ..rd .... Gardner. Florence, C. C., the swamp mar the railroad! The nili num.: making ..... :.' a .. l>lnnr .Iti (
.'.':i-rcel lorrtaM with }jOII-. Tvro hot- THE HORSES. first of the --car. The body has l>eendentlfiod ', its l'''in.' :.,-, ,'.,''', \'
I 1 ties of S. & ff. Ilt hi-t b'.oO'i i.t pooJ cou. S man had lain down to sleep under a --- i as that of \.1L ia.kamara. I .1IR"'T..L tr fi"*."\-\V!'',1 ,VT'r f n"i"T I; 'J 'S
JjUon > >l tLo lloiljjisjpiioartd.Send tautening the chain I air wri mur .ied wit: 1,1 .n.| ,_ : r
n alter l.v ji ,
tree so< tin bred |I"" j.: -
be I l
n will d "
C It 2 '.tctu1g,
Helen 'i
: ; ., ,
e i .t.! ::4. fur o!., an
,1 .. 5i onr jih\vicianii about your case. burin the nis'ut the nu-r rose from Shrevepoit. There is evidence of NEI.i .e. in M I ii -11.1',!. ,. /11.,.
: t .
i Hell- ,
1'rank lurii'n. Xl'York.. owns c Ti ;WI t'-h M> 'T.m'ra f. 'n a \
,1.. : AI .*iual ailvuo fnc.ME :. I about 1"' feet and! it ia supposed\ thewaiws foul play. I we':. p'r..Bf, .1 wit tieir !laupa., \\i i\',.. it Itno t ,1t ,tii ?. lit ". :r
t.y..II' 'a.iuIg.itiunnie wi wo HI w I" '
l n tiipi .rU..lUn M ilai t ; .J'
r ; SIFT PECFIC CO.. ATLANTA. GA. nibbed suddenly o\er the man In. t>-w ddI. 1 aiu mjre t>i.n f''..... "t. l' I. d.) 'vr : UJ
I'.etsy, l:20'i.: will bo tried asa RAW OR INFLAMED LUNGS' mandu .a. Mn. AuNLs lC (.; ,, us. Iion't .I.h.y' [
and drowned him. The near had saved
[ nip;
( .I' ') its life by climbing the tree where pacer ne\t season.Ilonnie Yield rapidly to the wonderful SALVONA SOAP CO.. Cr. i2th St;. ST. LOUIS. HU.

f r1 I 1. NOTES OF NOTABLES. I HIP disco\eiod\ it. I'.etsy: 2.-II)U. will be tried asa curative and healing qualities; of
\ ', r.fijroos;
.t.1.i'l;. '! t'Ii' '/ 1' Mr. :MuliH-k' lilt' ('anulian: ''tflI- : Three hundred dollars! was found in pat-ir next season. Foiey's; Honey and Tar. It, prevents .
Leone, 2:1 by Lancelot will bebrtl pneumonia and cousiimption from a
:I, ',' toT tr"'ii"'" !, \\i'l,!I :i nT.iiiiany'| Sir \Vil-' the man's pockets.Met to The lloiiiluijn.Axtellctta hard cold settled on the lunr; ". W.

fn-l 1-turu-r to tininroiiainiii.. A. D'Alemberte 121 South Palafox THE GARDEN SECTION
;; .\ tl'1l. Is to be
2::: t.y \
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I
Death While Ride.
I. .1 I John Hii>s tin tw-t white HUH to I Stealing street.
i .. Dalton Ga. :March 13.; -Last night brc-d to Toiiinij llrittoii.Tho .
S Of rtiM'ii\ tin' itntiit I !!> I I>I q"-i ilcjioitsof I 0 -OF- ----
.. rr, ," 1' Micluunn. Hill Int". in ClfVfUuul 0..1 Charles Gamblo, a young!; man ag*>d 22jears Merti1nt.2:1t.'i. by The Cun.qU"I..r. Do you want a magnificent watch

has \been gelded. for little money? If so, call on
.1 '. S ., ami is mm'tyf\en years o4.! was run over and killed by a' Pensacola Fl orida.Near
.,. stalIion Stephens, the jeweler. He will ac- .
American ,
1' t: i I. Abrahaui Lincoln .om-o tma jack- I Western and, Atlantic height train There are ttt tJ..tiH' ommodate .

I ; Kiufito u laaaith ,n f.icihmnchrr '! near (frasvill! (Ia. Young; ramble -> in the stud in KUSMU.IMtT you.Marston ----

{I th:1II111" nwa. That man ha* ju>t died : had bot-ii to Chattanooga in search of Miibiu.! -:ll'j. is given a East Hill Electric Railway Terminus
L .1' tj Quina are sole
;: rp >n l'on>iitti. lie was the Itov. William i work. which he failed to find and was time every lay for \-rc-ke. I

)' S ,. lJ -lin-N. a <11 tl/lUl..llhll'l'o'ndll'r,, 'I, making: his wax home on No.( 1C. a Ttv.ntyiive th'iti":ii'J dollars has agents for the celebrated
I 4 Beautiful Lots for Sale.
:." j.. .4 :( < iri-iu-e H. l>.&" "'.IIL <..li.uiin.iii of the I t freight train. As the train neared lnvii subsirilM.1\ fur a horse' show at Odorless refrigerators,

'I I t ru .! wrvke IMCIH of the rural free ,, frajes\illf (OamMe ctiMO\eied: a Littb.ur.: guaranteed

1: .t). S : ". ) .Uu'; ..r>. -..rxtee has reM::neil to enter i brpkeman coming along on the train. The clam of Alunailk's.. 2::1t11:1(" absolutely refunded. or 40x137% feet at from $: >75 to $200 each according

CJ ,J I ITU It. .liUMnej.>. II[,: w:&< fur jars and III trying to ehcape his view he III:!. !IIJ' t'o'i'-U'.iitino.. is Lady Inuiton.bj money to location and surroundings.
--- -- -- --
i4' \ i M rtdry to the iKistiiiiisUr gutral.c I lost his footing and tell! from the train. <;oorui'Vilkfs;:; and L-idj: Huntoii I

: j' '.. : No of Mam'e' S.. L':1M1! pacing.It There's lots of money to be madeIn
J' I": .aiiklMi! IN la 110 Itoose\elt, a ( .II..1nN whul. passed o\er his lioily, horribly is : clauj : Good lHigh
11 Exceptionally Neighborhood Keautiful l\ i
e..tate-Iot" of it. A real
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1 ;1. ; \ .if the iireMth'iit. has jnst h'pl tletttMlA I I manulint the feet and legs. lie died i I-; said that I'.lt'rIll' JieitoT1: : ,, estate -

,jlf'1 A: -4! .j'1'; ......n.III.! I v of the llar\ar i (Ciiiif-on one 1 I a short tune attciwants. will be tr.uued thi> season. This horse wealth.sign i is Thos.usually C.a flnser-board Watson &to Dry Fertile Lands.

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.t., !i I, ;>f the lu;:lti-t literary! hoii'irslurh i may IK a world beater and should be -O., the leading Heal Estate firm, -

I \tl; ;t' Mir\.ir l utiiMrMij ba t., oTcr to its Cures Eczema and Itching HumorS ghi-n a chance: in his tuaturitj.llou's '. have some oilers which it wouldbe The grandest opportunity for investment ever

1111.1"1':1'.111'11..,.. worth while consider. Go
1.1 : Through the Blood-Costs Nothing your offered in Pensacola.
1f 1\\ f and see them toda'and. don't wait
\ 1" Generalr:\ \ .' Alban. the Into titill4 S to Try It. Ibis!

'; t ': luU'lvtinor of the ileiirtinent| of ,I 15. 1J. R. ( Hnanic Hl-od Halm; ireco We otter One Hundred Dollars reward till to-morrow. Home Seekers Should See These Lots.

;' fit I }''IHlIII\ I '1'lniiilna. hail iuventeil a nWN ;:ulzed a* a certain ii.Uute for UU'a-" of Catarrh that

I\ f! I ? ,'lo ,
JH ill the irnciul: | cities! in the world Cur-.
l I tnor*, Scab-, rcaIe.Vatsry 151i"tfr F. J. CHKXEY & Co., Toledo O.
'ttti, at the Kiltie tune.Kiron .
I
I *. Pimple, Aching I'.one* or have knownF.
We the tindu-r-igned,
\ fiom Garden and Alcaniz Streets.
Ii 11' l"av, former e0iibi-i-.iil.ir:
t Joint HoilCarbuncl*--. Prickling I
I \ J. Cheney! for the last 15 years,
'\ \ j :, Italy$ in the L'mteil :'t\I's.\ W.K ieeei\-- Pain in the :- kiit. Old Katih. hnre-. and believe\ him perfectly honorable

1.Ii t 1 t1-4 f1' .'I l re.'nty$ by the klU) of llalj. t.t t'leeretc.. Uot.inic 1.IN'd Htlm in all IJu-iu..... transaction and CORN

]I ,. :"''11I lie preM-utiil a ina;:uitiei'lit al taken internally, cure ta-! worst and financially able to carry out any ob- THE NEW GROCERY STORE.'t

"t f t. .a ii'iiu M-nt by an a>>soi-iitiou of former mo-t d"( p-=e.itecl c.i-e- by enriching: li-atiol.;: made by their firm. -- ---
\' purifvinjj and vitalizing tl.f- Mood Wh.-r & r it r'AX.Vlrn1ea1e () = = = = IS
't 1 ::5 .{ I>'illiti viiibers III :New ''.rk.I
% thereby giving a -dtliy blondup! O PAINT
.. ; \ ; DmftilToledo .
"' 4.'...irnI'jron, Snt'oa .I.">t d.edlit
I t" f t. V 'ply t.} t Ii" z-k in. llotanlc lUiioil IlilniH \VAUHNCI.: KIX.NAX ,MAKYIN:\, r WILL MOYER
,his tioi.ie ill Newark Valley. N. the only cure to !stay cured for Whole-ale Druirfri, Toledo O. j, RcmoTei all Conn Bunions and Warti, feaL

4, .5 ?1... ....1'. ',4I\ IH- famous "\\"... lMvk| i the-.e awful. auttoyiiirkin trouble-. Hall': Catarrah Cure is taken internally ithout pain,tpttdily ind permanently ;

"' S.S 55 .iivx"I \\ tirh I I is ii'iw III Cornell Other reineciie-. y relieve:! but It'B. acting; dilectly upon the ,55/ 5 All Drnrciiu L'o.ias x-U ABBOTT Keeps a Complete First-Class Up-to-Date Stcc
t at Coaji i&n. ,
> .1"I !II i reim-eil: rtiry sM-ees of 15. actually cure-, .I.ealevery. = blood and mucous surface' of the3stem. ,//L LIPPUtN BROS. *V

1 .1 I, I i. i r 1', :\"Ih11I"1':1.. -'\re. and !pvetl.e I rich\ ;clow of Trice Tie. per bottle. Hole of Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries.
health to the -k in. 1 B. Ii. It. buildup
all dru' ist;;. Fetitiionialfree..
< S I.5','' I I.in Mil I I has /onfeir UpO/II by !

M:!' ...I.a.1.,1\ <,f t h,' li)1lSO ot the blond I'rokHi-dosvii red and iiouri-luii body .Hid;:.nnketiie Over&HIO Hall's Family Pill are the best. No. 30 W. Government St., Salisbury Block'JIl.lI'IUI

"I'l.-'i' \ t'o ..f :New York c'iiy. the : viilutlttirv "te-timntil! nf cure- .
M Mir ItnI.Icn."Tue : ; ; :r.i.
..I S ,. .I :::ltl! 01 tli r of St. irc':a..ryi by it.inic HioKl I'.ilm \dt. 11. I1. '
die is a-t. aid ( :1'tr::
I i .1 i in r..locution of ,.;1'nil''S Irus.'i-ti; ; *I 1. Trnl tr".itmeut flee '

<. ... S ,'! !'.Lt'I..I1..ofl.th"Iil'iI}.. I ani prep iiil by writing i P.lood. It urn thought; fully "I'Ut its Ii,n.ld1.i .
S Co.. Atlant'i. (} re.eritutr4suble.. L.' other !sueeefn! me-i: I t", did not
i i. WICI< E & CO.
,
I \.v r It. $Stephen the: public' ; KIDNEY DISEASES
I and freo medical advice ;givea until trust f Ttui'tf tu till! :ni\Uiiiv hi ooult
I 1111'\t I Ilr s font \\ l-oiii themx I
'fF cured. not do buinselt-Purk. ......,
i "f .;n:i MhoM.-i. hauIwon ,

i'. I .' i'. .in. i '11 I la i tho. CiVorKi.1 i>niiiii I> 'I' 1.I..tTlI. from t tic ctrl h'ro0,1 h..rl.illl1; In 1 iitifh.HusbandNow are th, most fatal of( *Ueases. d1J. Plumber Gas and Steam Fitter.No.

\ II I' t't I-t i } 1I1) j... \* of the sinlo's twos ArC 1111'1 US- aLam. ti!.c ii.ru'!J<-jtut twu.Mnrlilr .'- .
: dear jut .I "(1\n ns ,
ti ,..nil ;.< !I... ]1':1'' ..d ill :Sutuirhall; in ---- .
"I ,
,, 1f! C :. "hi5 ill \\siillK'| | ; I !'..r a loiiili (.Hfn Oit. you\\ arrae f"-\II JOlt ris-ht.miM:How teeMpli.! imu'h\ shall 1 i South Palafoz Street.
S IIDMEY CURE \nd
rrn cv
The .it lt.il.N! ,'r'- 'tnia a 'O
i Kovcrniin < ,
!t : : ft \\ :-i.i'ii! :I. l hixoitTaii% : (.Ii Ill'f : telegraph: forT WII Tories.Mother All Kinds o. Plumbing and O h i; <. i tho Oil ,ii-e (HI.. Prairie Chief liasJisii : inu;:lliiiient! luoiiniiient m himur ..f the 1ULI lurutisi R'2dJ S .;.... uwnNJo P'1'I"!

i. S. n I I'd .ciir 'i\i\. fourai> ill : late Km. Vi lor lliniuaum: 1. "tho hUrntor can aMy give Foleyshoney I

i." th* iH-u-o.ijH'- li.'ruf,, Mr Swiituii i of Italy" as they c.ii'i'd! him lluy and Tar to their children foeotijrh refunded. Cont&ina 1

; .1 S ". < "..rll .'t I I'.\thu. VorUsbire. 1:111: ;' \\ul\ (' IM-I'n wurkint;: 111..11| it for iwuuy ; ;- and cold?, f"r it contains uo or money LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS.;;

... I t., utitd. .Ii IL 1 13.: l'..lTi.: Ho "-!III1' t.. AmorIra '1 years: already u nut :uu\e >p<';it 'i.'r.NI.II'III I opiate* or other poi-ons., \V. .\. remedies recognized by emi ATTACH"'ENT- NOnCE.'-- ,- GULF CITY TRANSFER CO., I

; ;\\ d win'u a boy and at tin4 :tg; \> ofl t hir-II j francs !but when it oan I be tini!>!Ued! i" D'Alemberte" IIPalafox.! --- -- nent physicians as the Best for In t'callltmt county: circuit court stat ofKlorda. I
because the fruiu \\ h>> >l.uuiajer
i FIl.
1 to a 1iiibtishuligt doulitful. quarry K i
.>'ii :1:4 appreiilic'tsl and Bladder troublu. 1
., N. V.Ja 1! whic'h (lie tiiarblo has I.'u taken lius You will have pride in you own Kidney M. K. ( onzakzV.
tiroi at I't-i-a;
i :, given i>ut. au.l thus far taw engineers rioter gardens if they are on your FR1C1 Ifc. IM( .,.* Prompt Personal Attention to Haulmj
.In"h-In '*<>iui* < lruiii.lau<-i1 -''. I' own round. Your husband cmbuy Hardi >a1l.Tb.d.tnant.
g > hive not iN'on able to nod any other W. A. D'ALE 1BEP.TE. Freight Machinery Etc.
a'liuil that I UMil harsh III1I.I4I'I ; 'I'u-.l a home, and he can do it now at-! an l all otbfr p..r''T'' interested
i marblehieh matches it '
| though he think otherwise anr.quutrrii l to apprnr to tin-! ai'-
ill HO11H' < !s"IIi"oI', | :." ":.Iill; tin' llill :ltthe i enough: to bo nseiL This pro I I'allJ1'nt may t ion. v>Loch I is liv. un by Hitacbin-nt. "0 the SPECIAL ATTENTION TO BACCACE
Kvery-woman wants a home of he .
I i. A'NTALMIDtiny "tb day of April. \. I) l' iJ:!
) satfs. "Imt jsi>t I'HiU it nir cityKoxriuiifiit i still exiM*. ami work line bei.n su.- talk
\ i' own, and if she will have a with HI.ul'ST.lI Bf."i ST Itt-I5- -:)> V, bkt lior riii.". > MHiom '. j

f 55 iiuJ 't"sikt the I'ro\.a. :, peiided until further notke.-Chicago; Thus.C.Watwn& Co., the l'P.sllptrior\\ dI7oaw.ini_ _:_ ____Attorneys__ for_1'la.uli_ u ,
'I ttan." I H't'.rll.llo'rIlItI. These ( &p5ulc3 SALETBy -IU\ ..: N, 4" ai, I .1"J J j
Real Estite
t leading: Agents, they MASTER'S '
1'sr'.I1..I." KIK! St. L't-tr Lrt.1tIy.> I to Balsam of Copaiba:
-d.:4: I can show her how easy it is to get .
virtue of a dfcrfp .
I .. "l'aa>> lu.-"lll'flo;;: l'o.t., I \ HcMilutliinnry. one.Foiey's. ICvbeb* &ad InjectIOD1 dt-rfdby the linnoraiilf 1. .1. P.\"., .imiu.oftbB .
I _ ,. J They cure in 48 hours the circuit: Court of h.--ain: !)m countt'Jorldll \ James Hughes.
Soulless l'l'fooratitlns.Jl'al'tlo'( ) \ ;s ('ltludt..s )- Iltn'b..1'.1. .
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Olllb..OSthdRyol ; -
: 'c' Mothrr'i. HniiKliKr.1 S and: nillM'lelHVle-! .i'iN 1, of Kidney'Curemakes ", r'le .jsi.without anyincoai. tnthlc.-l'oDlrs. M.\ K. Z..k acu C. I-

S I.n.-14'-- n h\II)'S ;:i'4I' tini'1'1'1 tI..tMDhr"hh'r..l various sorts wo ha n' had with u> now kitJceys ad bladder 1 '-o- *, 5fl| 0 Br &11 URUCCISTAL :X.eek. ti>r hu.biiiid. a right. Crook*, 1 wiII.on Monday th! seventh day FOUNDRY
S t bill!!< I 01'1! to tny III"t Ii&r.p these ninny jc-ars, and it I ltOb verynutidi ol.\pnl. A. \I. !'."-'. btll at public au lion in ,
:\irif-lhut Uuul and t mslitful the city of I.naeoIainride.. darlo< the
is if kind of \
i as a 1rVu'Ieii. \\.u-; l
I"R"lliouu Orsal.., the following dcribedreal Machine Shop & Boiler
I $'t ..n. about to even thin:;> up a little 1 lij pro property fcituate, lying and l,.-ln( in
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'1"tt I l.Mrifts: tlii-n! I can It.lrr.tht'llI.. 1 1\idui5 us with s-ucb useful contrirances :MAveryISUCCEsOR: thu county of K-caiul>ia. Htate. of Honda..
to-wit: The oat one-ball .1-: "< of tb Works
.. I I )'ou i>w.-I', trmt Puv ,I'rt's as wireles, ,; telegraphy hc-atles- .outbeait quarter I >t:. ,';land the hast halt ,
E.I of the west half IA'. of the souliiea.t
,
5 ";; S light, smokeless! Jiowlor. lK>Iiecshad! i .i -
quarter (SK. of section t\\*-l\'(! I M.'iia ,
Practically Starving. und seedless If five Si north of No. Sal S. Palafox Street
1 or.uues. Mimo fuiu- Ti) AVERY .1: WOOLJOLK, township ( 1. rangtblrtv-
:: i l .. ,'fI'r u-in. :t few bottles of Kn-: will rise up now :and :phe us a breed one ((81)), west of lallaha-iee merld'an In
Honda and hundred
containing one andtwenty
I ijol HY-I'.p"i i Cure my wife r.t'ivedh.rf..l't of biteloss do;:s and sunplesmoijul! IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF one { l.'li acres. more or Ie.,.. AUo I'ENaACOLA r 1.\

t'43i 1 ; and pirtiI.tn.1t r lit-f from :i h'l's. tnsitli: with somu !loveless umbrollas the follow IDK described real estate toait.Commencing :
and chronic i1 ...11 of : : -nvere Saw Mill Work] and Re
i :tI ,
; and spondlfss: ca -h. we shall HARD1STARE. Dorthmtijuftrterof tbe nortii.-mt .juarter ,
ft1 .. S trouble. *uy< J. l Ii. Holly, real nil .b.> happy and cntent.-I.t'Iies of section! thirteen Hal toanshio dye ,',,
ii ; ..--.tato in"ur'\nrp.. J !I.>-*n agent, of north range: thirty-one( "'I.t', m.aurmi -
Mdcomb. III. "Before Using Kodolpfp Wtekly.Foiey's. south one hundred (l" ii jard*. thence pairing a Specialty.

?1' t : > /- ->ia Cure *he coulj not eat an .' Iron, Xail, Axes, Shovel; ?, Haw Mill and Steamboat thence west two nortb hundred one and hundred twenty dm(*j I., yard jard,

ciS( .r'jm.iry xieal without intense suf- Kidnov Cure makes the Supplies:\ Cooking and Heating Stove:; Paint, Oils thence east along section line two

f-nu"hei I I.. now entirely cured. kidney* and bladder: rijht. Contains Window GLass, Guns, Pistols and Fishing Tackle. hundred and twenty (cjaj: yards to GOLAYo
of fO=
4 and reme- nothing D'Alem point beginning and containing four
> ,'er.tll'hpid.\n;; uuny injunoui. A.
4; r* andonp-halfcr.-s. moreor Ie... AUo
4. _!; 1' 'rfc .iies had uled to give relief." You berte. 121 :South\ Palafox *treet.NOT1CK ..gate anti Tinware and Ilonsefurnisliiiig Goods. tbe northeast quarter j INK. ,, of the northeast .
-J: ilon't Ii4\e to diet. Kit ango ll S quarter (N t.I.1 of section thirteen I II''. Grist and Corn ffleal Mills: ,

S Ft food you want, but d.Mi't ..uerliviJih LrAGEX:; FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL COIPAXY-.Q township. five ((5j north, range tblrty-ont
IU) "'e-t.and COD tain.n
S and
5j ( forty
{
touiach. Kodl: I> ,-I' i Curetvlll : twenty H. F. GONZALEZ & CO. Prop i,
L > jp-i; I have been authorized to take Revere Giant Stitched hundredths l Kso-l-i ,acres more or leu; to- ,
Belting, Northampton Emery
Hargi letberwitb
roll tbe
alwaysdise-t.: y.u. Implements thereon and
: PhRrmacJo!. '. > .. ti U. rMdueyKahu. I *abcription for Wm. Jennings Wheel Co., Laftin &: Rand Powder Co.. Johnson's Kalsomine. tie hereditaments and appurtenances MtauT ctcrrt
4 .ii[ I. Bryan's paper. "The Commoner." I Iron King and Buck Stoves and Range, Wm. thereunto belonging or In any wise apper CHOICE MKAL AM) IMKKGKOI >0

'i .1' I The price is $1.00 per year in ad- I Coups &: Co.'s Raw Hide Lace Leather, Masury's taining. Deeds at cost of purchaser. STOCK fKKlt.Pktronlie ; .

b -- i i, vance. Those desiring; the paper Made Railroad Colors. mlioaw4w A.A.HSHKR.Bpeclal: Master.PARKER'S Horn ladattrj. for th*' ::1
_I Marston ft Quina carry : can have it sent to them by seeding Terrrtatoa yon ibonld bay roar Mr,i S *

S: ; the largest line of matting, f 1.thto the undersizned. Masonic Temple sa Pensacola Fla. Btoek for by 10 reed doing from you tbe eacoortx Horn. Minutact bomt .1.1 "

_ j i H.M. RocuE.S HAIR BALSAM try. Your money Ii left fit tbe comoiLf. "1
SI rugs, window shades, etc., Care Daily News. Cbtut ud b-*..; { tu halt, aDd you 10 tarn are Indirectly b o.fl'- '
t 1! This I U box of tb-; I In born (.fti ref Tcoatrlbate
ilgnstara on rterj : genuine I rromotM t luonanl tmtii.Vner fostering tbe m"na
i :; :t in the city. We lay ourmatting Cow Al e .oar KIa .'.*"
Hair to .
I % its Youthful Color '
fir Tlobru Si'HruusPi'isounea'! :.kidneflUs.i> It to tbecoramonlty in which yon > ? -
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THE 'DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MARCH 17,1802. ,

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rWHY' eouci. MINORITY REPORT ON t GREAT' LOAD OF MONEY.The I I


Swatara Once Carried .11d1u0- YOUR LUNGS
."raUonsrh! Syrup: cures Lough (MH> In Culn. I ii
SHIP SUBSIDY BILL
; .d n--Coutfh at on t'. and Conquers ileasle-Co-iph Croup, "! notice that the newspapers have ;

t ', : IUI..tll: mothers praise it. recently I spoken of the (carrying $i,- I

1 _'t 1 jr-! :rri-e it fur Bronchitis.s : Presented by Senator Steve (K.KJ/HH) of bullion to a foreign country

,'- linj'|"\ Pneumonia andi by one of the ocean liners as the greatest :

I ? ynu't, sure results. Clay of Georgia. amount ever transported," said a I
\ ; K'f 11 dt''r'sEUL+tSUtr. man who has been with the navy for

years to a Star reporter. "It is entirely IF THEY ARE WEAK: You are in constant danger of Pneu-

Dr.Bull'sCOUCH IT IS PURE CLASS LEGISLATION wrong. In lVv" there was brought from '

J the mint In New Orleans! to the treasury monia or Consumption which can be prevented by Fa LEY S '

SYRUP Minority Urge That Bill Is In In Washington $11.KX,000 and It ,
Wrong was brought In a steamer; : HONEY AND TAR if taken in time.

V'II\ I y$ cures when others fail Principle and Will Utterly Fail In' "The government 'decided to transport -

,{':II,.UFti.un.tlrllun.upllieru4 ( ) New Orleans. It
from
>t the Accomplishment of Its Professed $1II.II.IOUO
*-- ,I'uf' \liuul( lo 'Mrp Off. Objects. was first thought; best to bring It by IF THEY ARE INFLAMED: You already have the first '

i I, ,'i we glee you a bit rail! but this was assuming a great

t \ '.. ir. 'fu a man the Washington, March 13.-Senator I rlhk. The cabinet discussed the matter symptoms of lung trouble that may prove fatal and you should not

,, .. ,1. wiiuwu ut; lutes I is like au Clay reporting the minority of the carefully, and it was finally decided

-, senate committee on commerce, today : that the safest way would l'eI) delay taking FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR. It cures all inflammatory -

t ..li'i-r Ilo\v can that he, pati. water. The members of the cabinet I
; ; presented the report In opposition tot I
; .'.', r. ,t i* InteiiMonly so long the pending ship subsidy bill. Most of haw that there was a chance for a holdup conditions of the respiratory organs.

'. .1 prospect Of new tllfCOVL I Ispf'l''ht'ti if the money was brought by train j!
I' :: : the points have been covered in
I ;:' _.___ =--- in the senate. The minority' "The United States ship Swatara was

LI'p:PI"' '" 'BJrhs yield quickly to deny the accuracy of both the predictions first designated to carry the money IF THEY ARE OBSTRUCTED: It is dangerous to use harsh
,'t,. ,,1-r rf.il! curawve qualities of and the facts in the majority but it was found that she would 1,1'I

i: .,I H u..y and Tar. There is report. They urge that the hill is I inadequate to transport the whole I which strain and weaken the lungs. FOLEY'S
'.. expectorants
-jmt as eood. \\ A. amount so the wooden sailing steamer

;,'.'..,. 11. ..... :121 South Palafox wrong 111uttt'rly\ in principle fail in the and accomplishmentof declare that it out.Ve Mantic was removed pressed into from service the\ Swatara to help 'I HONEY AND TAR soothes and strengthens and enables the


its professed objects. They also say her magazines. The shells from the | tubes be cleared.
+ that while It is not so complicated as hhcUrooni were removed as were also! I' to naturally

i PUBLICITY FOR the subsidy bill of the fitty-sixth congress the sails from the sailro<>m, so that all

: : it is in. some respects more ob- available space was utilized for packIng !

THE PEOPLE. juctionable the com. The only weaiKin of 111"1) FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR gives the greatest comfort and

"The bill proposes to tax the whole ff'IIH''a!> a <:atling gun. '
relief in advanced of trouble and fails to cure
people to the extent of se\eral millions The nUlll'was conveyed from the i stages lung never
tt'Ir16o.t.lon a Cent
: t \n for the benefit of one single in mint to the vessel in w ngutis..A squad j

aI1 I t\cr: word is Keud 'dustry. Ik-sides the statistics of the of I'I'rt'tt'f\" C'e' otlicers! watched the i t incipient Consumption. Contains no opiates.
+ I.ll rytrJy.
Ih
last few >Pars prove that the shipbuilding work. The IWo't"I>! wl'rIn tow. i
1
+ industry does not need such and the trip! from New Orleans to the L

fcperial assistance, but is rapidly in- Washington; rarlh'I't1l'il'lln little ]
1.-1', For Coughs Colds Croup Whooping Cough
O' .. ._ crcaaing under natural conditions." ulorehLanfour days. Considerable wind j ,

t f I,. about ..11I They (critic! the feature of the bill was eiicoiiuicred off Ilaitcras, but nth1tr
I. f. .!. br r..ar.j.tl ahifharries the \\ !s<- the trip was without incidcnt.l|
.. is.--r. 1IItI: subsidy for foreign
--- mails, and 'say: The lloloy wu carried from the lIa Q'I; Bronchitis, Asthma, Pneumonia and Grippe.

,1.'L () 1..1SI: ) "The highest rate of subsidy is given yard to the: treasury by an expresscompany. '

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to :2'iknotessels, while the rate
"The was in boxes! of S'J.iioo'
t'S >: bouthold furnl- money I
fur the last ocean mail steamers3: 1
1i i. v a'.dxtlllnd. ot IIITin each and in bags.; My I recollection i N It stops the
u iy !Mnctckt andI:! knots, alreadytoo high is iI..llars.I I
'ppir to A. A. h islirr.IU,1 that the money was in sihtr
.. made immensely higher We pay for
.t.
or lire ;siviur; part: t ..:. lIupro\.1J- text----P'' a weekly service more than IV'andpays ; lit the navy yard one of the.,
t 1 lowon for a semi-uMily I service b> from Mns In Morale so
\I i | HlUUUUtlUl bags; rotten
L..lr t:. tiriMits, faster ships than ours." of Coughand
fniotox nc., H-lirr Ions, gave: way. and a large: nmalier
Ymimi Encourages Shipping Trust, the silver dollars were scattered aboutthe

wharf.
: They further urge that the bill
'"" you need lI1onl'1
"The Swatnra: was a hi-toric craft
.,I \ act.uunt you soul makes! no provisions against a shippingtrust
mud lowest raifb John :OlIrratt115 brought back from
niprod city realM and lalni that it encourages a
,nuuih I'alnInU. Malta in the :Swatara.< The Prince of
; combination leading to smith a trust ,,
'! Wales, now KIn Edward .paid her a
They also say:
visit once when sinwa- with iln- preventsPneumonia
l.K-t MONKY
"The lines might aho merge \\ithfOTf.il1lI iI
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I propertypro- Auu., t'all stii.idioii| atllh.frIlH'lu' in Ei t" 't'
+
\ .>' sell real ts- ; hats to control freight andl'a..M .
the Mediterranean. :She was then Ill. k
:-cription bare I I
nser rates. Therehy
:HIllenUr ., i 'A it'.Mm .t (;0. will tit- aiding the foreign partners of l
y .' .....1111\. 1'.lIoaIt' our subsidized vessels." said:
:' l., ..vryon 'Is this n yacht or a titanofwar''t ,
,,- a. < 1 end tnOU.-> The report ( loses by saying: I' in Itottcu
is row
"The :Swatara now
Bl-U
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i- -
\Ve know
that there are hundreds '
In the WIll'd at San rwatting :

If ,1. 11.. ". "I. and thousarls of industries in our ; to be surH' 'c'll. The ;1lIMMI.

I *. lMl:' ;r.aaut.* country doing a losing; business but we (WMI> (carried) the :Swatara from NewOrleans c Use onlyFOLEY'S
1 \" \ \ deny that congress for this reason can Washington; was the ;great n

J 1. i r iii- po into the public treasury and save est aniouut of innney ever carried t I'y .r

i ,. \. i" .a.n..'.1[". them from bankruptcy. \\V sympa a single: I'faft.-Washington: Star.

J ..UtM there with all men in the hard: struggles ;' ---

I"". of life, but it is not the duty ot A "'".....rt" \\ blip ll..u.F. HONEY AND TAR.

(.'l n government to interfere in the pn- Commenting on the "Miiartness" of

\ Tth tmsiiUEs affairs of the fiti/ens. the U oM'velt administration, a writerIn

\\'> ti.-li.\ >\e that all men should haw the New York l'rl'ss says: "Illness I

II., i I,.. '- .H. and tWfI O'ALEIYIBERTE
IL.i il and fair chance in the race prevented both Mrs. McKinlej( A. 1

1"1 .- ; -:!-, .- i v...,i'th; and hapl'inc'ss-p"l'r citi- I i MrHarrloun from ;giving; brilliancy t

.. : .. : !I..a r< n ('lu'ild! [ bear his share of the bur I to the White House social functions ,

I I \I.. .t',, "".. ,. .." .. '. 'p',. iitlr. .) d"n 1 nt the government: one das! during the administrations of their Druggist and Apothecary. 121 South Palafox Street. '

t' ..ara '. : I n pre. .ghoul, I Meter be the recipient of benefit husband.. )(rs. ('ht'telaltd's\ l'IIlI'I.tIiIl'UlI'ut"
"n "a' date n.at !.Maud admiicd her. t
though cvtrvbody
others. Absolute
14' !lkllt\ 1111I1111' not givon to tj
eiiia'it01| '! rights is a doctrine we were simple and somewhat: Ii.'mely.1'on DANGERS OF PNEUMONIA.A ,I PEOIESSIONAL CARDS.

I'olt Itl-"I'-.. should, never abandon. The bill is might; expect fruit d'sht's tilled I j .. .... ... .... ..,. ... ..... .,
cold this time if ;; -- -----
it- ....iiit-h .r...-In, .' with apples and squash\ pie at her' din at neglected i I
wrong principle, unjust, vicious
I' in
I' .: \ u| jh i>:f I :411in .. ., parclass! gislation." tiers. l'r."itl'ntl'lhur'" "IIIt'rllillIllt'nts liable to c.ui-e pneumonia which i* I ) W. C. MONROE,

weie up to d.ite. Mrs. Hayes'were ?o often fatal, and even whpn the NlcfsRestaurant
.
t. lot ':"r. un dull and dry Mrs I:rant'st'rt' patient ha recovered the lung are '
.. '* 'iplrll
h. Iy Run Chamberlain's Cough 'ATTOJiXKY-AT-LAW I ICI
Having a on
a.'h. i"'''UIJ..IIy I Ii queer.\ The Uoosevelt receptions, din weakened, making them peculiarly ,
.:'. ': tt.al r..INitl Remedy. mars and other entertainments have susceptible to the development of
i a: t-Ue. t. t:"4} eleven I '
I'.etwoen the hours of the New York tune-dash, brilliancyand con :nmption. Foley' Honey and risiiiu: m'II.III\Ci.
*'.. mourn o'clock and closing time at Tar will !stop the cough, heal and
t
i'uuv a. m. stuartttess'ibis is the first 'smart'White I
v,' H :.!Jlit Hint strengthen the lung ar:d prevent
.1..1 r1.1 night! on Jan. 5th; 1901. A. F. Clark House since the civil! war." pneumonia. \\'. A, })D'Alemberte I MODERN DENTISTRYI

ru ;gi-t. t lade I'l'rin"a.., sold 1 121 :South Palafox street.doratp !
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welve bottles of ChamberlainCnmh Kalnlntc IlruUrn N...e..

I ..:..*\ .*,. iif fLbU.e prfiptr10111 nil- Remedy. He :says: "I nevr A Yil'lIIll'I'ur'U1I; has: lincntinl anew : Tour ItntrrU With (',&8'l1rt'I. ;1 I MODERATE PRICES. ;

of raising the broken nose Candy Tathartif. cure constipation fore\er.
'iii mi turilii-r jnr < handled a medicine that sold better method ;

,t.,"-. .!ace, or jlTll III I 1'. or gave better satisfaction to my c.r tilling; up similar cavities\ in the human IOc.:5c:: 1ICC C faildruggistsrefundmoberMobile ;I Call and j Have Your Teem ImM! ;

:u-tomeijs.* This Remedy ha* been anatomy. Under the skin which Oysters in all styles! I I and
get an estimate of the co-t
Lr. and Bture ( !
I in general ue Virginia/ for many Is over the break he injects some liquetit'tl -
.***,pHritt.tt 1II"I..rll ont if year. and the people there are well! vaseline mixed: with paraffin. This Oysters Short orders promptly I of your work.

.1 hrttX its excellent qualiMany DR.
riKbt4rM with
>. acquainted mixture solidifies at the temperatureof i BOULTER
', >n: ,Ixinid mx-tt *UKifx 0- ;ie-. of them have testified the ody.. s-o advantage:, is taken of DELi\'ERF.DTO ANY, :: filled I Ii i ITS S. Palaloi.OppoMte (''"
; which it has PART OF THE ('ITY ,
lemarkable
the cure
\UilriKh.: I'll > tn the time during which it cooN to shape
II:5tr etlecttd. When you need a ;rood, FII-JE ITI.TJIT.
Best the market
and give the hitherto
the hardening; mass
reli \ medicine' a cough or cold, i W. C. ROWE M. D.
.r druble lotr IDrmv nice apcarame. >- i f fI
.1l't'urlllt"llml'lIIlt'r quite a \
bv the hiiibfr or attack of the (grip use Chamber- THE( UNION RESTAURANT 1 affords! I
4 Houtb! 1'"1,101 Iain's Couh; Remedy and you are The solid! mixture remains J Other: I. -t4.'alaiis. I

1-.1111 certain to be more than pleaded with there, and, moreover the surrounding I Hour* 'r"m"l.. k II. m, HI..I : t.'p. '1' :'I|
Frank L. Wilde
\\ ""1..1. the quick cure which it atflnd". For tissues join with it, :ho that In time tIe'a"l'iille Private parlor for and alt..1 o.Iu4fc, j

........... ...... sale by all dni { "sit X Uouo (It !
I prOpU"lflOII. dealer benefit of
p'S t ,. readily weds art for the '
A I:II "01 lit Mlnu I'4Hpair
,
uur guaruiip mail
t a *ci Uy.N ties. III.. ..ou'.. 1y e.. II

otun: tlbm..n, .t. .JuliantoQ'. *\ .:') i is UtlW ':' a studio I I : GREATER REDUCTIONS
Warren -01.. :\C i Could Not Breathe. I II.
near .\.itiir-rlnUit! in;.:Uuul. Is paint

rl.u.o1u.tr. Ins: from uuU-rials! supplied to iiim l I.>.\' I I Cough, colds croup grip, bron-

--. ...- ." th.- Miiuly a P rtriit of the s..n .>r chit i i-, other throat and lung trouble I ( -A.T 0
> : will jilt!
i.l irt'its the late l.u-atciinnt One Minute I
> ritit! on- AU- Lord are quickly cured by
._ milt rifUTirk\ Kolnrt: who nut ir* death Cowl Cure. One Minute Cough I
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the 'liiL'cia nur. wiit pal tit t.e in '
pr tu ,.w what a on Cure i* not a mere expectorant, BRHWNER'SFor
I *-ll for makiiis ff the picture > II" ran dOI.t i in th>' '
relief.
\\ 1411'. l'"II.rUlot. to the \\'hieh'P'i! Ilnl.tpmpnr"r
wlva the II'ti.t i-ame;
_(IVltt.a It -..ftt'lI* and liqiiifip the mucous,
paiitu'f: :: the eyes, for the IM dew iutl.itnition and remove -
out the
draws
i el empty tntrDOVHI
r'KI"11". that ci.uld be tfuMi him alas that lljl' the caue of the dUea-e. Absolutely the Next Ten Days I
j -- canlreeiiilil il his f.itlu'r's in color afe. Act at once. One ; ,

S "I "U"--. ........ 'lilt <->c-, tU -n-t'ore. ha\,' I-M-II l-iiutcd Minute Cough: Cure will do all that 0-- =---- -= : --------:--:- --:::_=_/_':-:-o' '
.wN LM.IIOKNS: by Mr. :Story from a sitting ;given i.y i icl.rimedfor it," i.vJutic. > of

K I llnrdWHfc ana Ktftfit t'o'i.!>>.r .IKlfoil. ..1.-. I. .rl K..IHTK lIilll-,'lf, \II whom: tl1. the Peace J. (J. Hood. Cro-by.her breath Mi*>. Having Finished Taking Stock, we find lots of Odds and Ends in all dennrtments

.I I. portrait willl.\'t'\ltually "1-eion;:. and"My wife wa* could relived not by get the fir-t doe. and in order to Close these Out and make room for A7 \\y SPRING GOOD I

It has: been a benefit to all my to Arrive Soon, we (/(cote prices below that llnwvp. them at
.< ir Iniproxtnl \ ar"antral < orlon. Trt-o ( onililiinllfin.Tlnrt family." Hariri I'harmlcJl.; >. hn once.

n. mi-akiir.L..I.>.. _lrirt; is a .uriviii vr'''' th .>f trees" atTilleds :t'hE'PVard.'idue)' Kahn. t
1.I.rll'l uruiikfii. Point. Me. Three yellow!! birch 5.O yards Outin Flannel worth I lixn yards Fancy Calico, worth a BOYH' :Solid; I.<*athi>rbbc
.. .It a. 1 be \\'(lr.... un a pine stump Se.. to close at 5c. yard. oc.? to clo-e at 4c. yard. worth II.2B. ,
irii" are ;ruwiim our price fl.w.
J50IH.4W'IIIKl Tin' tree, hithiIS al..>ut two and a BANNER_ SALVE, lmHJ yards Outiiiff Flannel worth I 3r! M) yards. Red and Navy Blue ';.H Pairs Boy..' 140lid Leuthi-rHfiOM, I .
I .i '... healing salvo In tb" world Irtc.. to clore at ;1c.: Calicoe-, warranted fast finer
-I half fret in diuuu'UT. is thought to the moat A good ortment of Ire-s Good 4'jc. yard. (quality worth ,;.r>, our filet I

1 I "r *. |H>>tplllil, hone Ivan cut down some fifty years in desirable colors in p1 tin and ll* ) Boy;' :Single and })oublp- TI.AI.
(,ew itiM'otcry. and half CHOICESTOF Breasted suit;:, worth #I.N) 72 Pairs Buys' New Orlean.. Cable
lea\inc three a to fl.25 i
ago; stump fancy worth :!jc.; c.,75c.; and #LINI t. '
Mr r..IbUP r n- to clo-e at i5c, and ) screwed shoes, sizes 2 to &, wortfa
I l'riir. 1..r..Jo. feet hmh. The seeds of the lurch must to close at ICic.;:: 3-jC.. 5)c. and roc;: & c. suit. 1.iI1 f
.. 75;:; our price #LYIb' I
Doubled
Sa Boys'
Ito Breasted
< hnl'KU \ Ml 4..1..... they sent their roots dup J: itsside's All "f our 75c. l'5i1k't'I'et3 to worth $!.:) and f: UJ, to close at leather c 4 Pairs CtII1'n Shoes, 6 to Solid! I
.. ... ; and worth |lIM'our price 4-.0.
U.15
#135 .uit.IJ .
iiE-Maaufacturet to reach the trouiul. The three r FRUITS AND CONFECTIONERY ij [ clo-e) at 50c. yard. 48 Pairs Mines' glass, I to It !I
1 lot of Silk Remnants: at half- ) l
BoyDiubiedBreated
I < 1'IWKlll, IlKtl. 1'Ollft"Jv trie- are. rcspiM-tixely. the, six anJseven and Solid Leather, worth lob: our price
W. t.utrrnmentI price. I Thr..e.Prf'tf'lIlt: ,, worth E3.Nto: It ;
inches! in dumeter.FOLEY'S -AT- 1 lot of yard-wide Percale worth I zI:i4I, to clove at 82 :;:o: to n.j: sujt 75fu2 Pairs :l.fi--foS' :Shoes. JH: to 2 ..

.11' I 1111"1'011.... I0c.. to clo-e at i'"c. yard. I We carry a full l.ue of Ien''l1iti. worth f I.rxi. ..ur price K>c. I
HONEY AND TAR l.u-0yards !-l Bleached Domestic I :- from J4.50 to |io ( i i
NKR\L>* farnuiifdfts C. APOSTLE'S ) to clo-e at You !should! look;: at our lint tf
.. t, ?reprtlaldr.lgoe Cure* coughs and cold*. no starch, at .J'2c. yard.: (0/1, > per cent discount. Children's Fine Khoe, 'II
o wept Orcijoryi.d Cure bronchitis and asthma:
:wllrn Cure croup and 1110rin? coujh. 14 East Government St. -I 'f ,
Cures hoar: .1.\\'l.H-"'- trouble Formerly Cordova Restaurant Stanc P. E. BRAWiWS ONE-PRICE CASH HOUSE : '
f !oral L..ilgn.- Cure. pneumonia and la grippe.
Irrfd for coitomvri, at S1.75
carload of Pineapples ,
W. A. D'Aleraberte, 1 South Pala One
'h i s.llVt.l (lort-lIor. ) 105 SOUTH
I l $ PALAFOX
:tdlm fox street. to #:2.OO per dozen STREETS (@




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} PENSAGOLAS CUT HIS POCKET A CIBSON CALENDAR I .FEET..... FURNISHERS- FOR CASH- ONLY... --


JNTERTAINMENT i
p. AND TOOK MONEYBen i

I WERE VICTORSHE The Junior Guild of Christ church YOUR jjj

lli will give a Gibson Calendar enter
AND PERSONALS : tainment at Clutter's Music Hall on I
Clark, colored, is one of the
the evening of April, with music, SHOES L.
faithful employes at the EscambiaOil
;game ofbaseball dancing and refreshments. Tickets; I 14 ::,; \: : ,
Co.'s !site. He was paid for his
t Hon. Frank Johnson of Pine Barren was 60 ceats. Remember the date. 14 FOR
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visitors here c services Saturday night and mean ,
i j is among the today. played at ?al.I I ImetQ

Mi=see Mattie and Clara: Cary are I Beach i;: dered homeward. Working 24 Hours a Day. ;14 J EASTEROCR
I the of Mrs. Henry Hall at There's no rest for those tirele; jjjI
guest yesterday Under -
N j i i He was given |6 in silver and not workers Dr. Kind's New Life !

Mobile. dilticulties.r little. .....................................
Millions bu-y .
1 'being an admirer of the white Pill; are always .
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4 Mr. and Mrs. Moses Uuyton of Ma- When the combatants ,: metal went into a saloon to exchange curing Torpid Liver, Jaundice, Bil- i. .. ... ....... .. .. ... ;
Manna are among the recent arrivals R : and patrons iousness, Fever and Ague. They .
1.7 ,'\ at the Escambia. j reached!I it for paper. The proprietor banish: Hick Headache, drive out lit! :' CONSTANT THOroil: Jl >: T 1"w ;

", Mrs. Louis Friedman has returned : did not have paper money and Clark Malaria. Never gripe or weaken. "
I i I l. I ,.J I from Nashville, where she ha beta j': ock the grounds at placed I i I the bulky coin in his pocket "Small: taste nice, work wonders. r 11II THIS SEASON'S I'HEna-q' "'T\'I. 1 lSf ;
I 1 relatives 2:3i o' it was found that the Try them. 25c; atV.. A. D'Alem-
i on a visit to : !!I and turned to go home. As he reached
( diamond covered with from ,, berte's,121 [South Palafox street. ,
was one ,
: c"11'' MiNellie Hoyt of Montgomery'M the door he felt a jerk on his coat

JI I the gue-t of :Mrs. :M. 1' Jt,)nifay at to four inches of water. and reaching for his money, found COLONIAL OXFORD '.' ;
ctKUl ION: r ,
I. fl: ih her home on West Humans: street With the aid of spades and a large: eome person with! a sharp instrument 4 .
t amount of elbow the water .
I grease
I ; |! had cut his pocket entirely
, Shurs; was partially drained oil and a temporary :' 4
, t' ). away and had taken the money. 11E ARE SHOWING ONE IN A 1'.1Ii I ;
th. f't.; lit been attend his mother, who i islllslt diamond made in the extreme r
; I : t .. ill.Terry. Clark reported the matter to the 4 V
)i ; very east: eud of the enclosure. WITH A LARtiE GILT Ill'CKLK A1
I police station, but has no hope of
J 1. ;! : t, Hiehardsou and wife! of The game: was called on time and 4 ;
J it.l Montgomery wre among the arrivals ever recovering his hard-earned MHEEL, THAT IS= A \1 I \1\ 1:1.: IN "11/11
nine innings were played.: The Pan-
I i. + i at the K-cumbia yesterday af shekels.
'rni ,,!colian;; were victorious, a score of ---- -'--- Orleans Saturday
\ ; 1 ternoon. To Mobile and New TInT: Ki FOR
, l t .ti;'m" The Mi-sfs L oni and Carrie :i to I in favor of the locals! having You will never wish; to take another AprilS, leaving the Union de- 4

'I., 1'I' Craig' two of Iehuni'tk'., society been chalked up :at the end ot the doe of pills if you once try Chamberlain's pot at 10'W p. in. Fare for the round J
: ] young: -
Stomach and Liver Tub- trip, to Mobile, good for one day, 'f *
contest.
' it ;' ladies, are vi-itin? friends $2.50A
[ let.. They are easier to take and fl. IO; to New Orleans! good for two J
t II this
city. .
:Sam Leever, tl.e'i.itin,
I, 1" pitcher more pleasant in effect. They days, f 4 (if)). No baggage allowed '111 I'
f"I; 1. The Home:-nri:1Il'luh: will meet took charge; of the box in the last cleanse the bowel For sale by all From Cantonment, same as Penat J
I J. ll' sir, ; at the residence of Mrs. .\c "ta. cor.II three innings and his work was phe- druggists and medicine dealers.: cola. For further information apply J PAIR.
1'I ner Thirteenth street :and Kiev- ., nomenul, today the least. :Not one --- ----- to i
enth avenue tomorrow evening. RORT. KING or J t ,
't 4.1' ,
1 man touched the bill ait shot with Seasonable household Ii
I. t,. ;.,. : Mrs. W. T. (JritUn who his been PETER THOMAS tNKITHKU II
lightning speed over the plate
:
and kitchen utensils at the
1-\ visiting: her sister, Mrs. Ed.! Duncan r
MEYER SHOE Cli
I ,IM Eight men were struck out by him. the captain own4
L- Ka-t Inteudenciu
will ,
tn stint re'I" ,, I Willis Hardware Co.'s. ers nor consignees l of the J
5.",5, ; turn to her home in New Orleans to.'i'j\ larger, the protni-ing young marine / Dutch bark Helrn will tie \
-- -
.. k m->rrow. pitcher, held the box for six innings, responsible for debts contracted f e I
'I" .r PAtent plrraisinumhrelh3 for by the crew of said vessel. 1Y1 KiiruMirr, f-rr ( a-\t\ Onl, .
'r)..;I, Maj. (t. N. Whistler, t'. S. A arrived and upheld the former good record. 195, cents today at Win. Johnson & l>DuDwcnly Co., I.Caotaiu..CIlfK. 'iBaars 111 t
; at the Escambia: yesterday. The Mobiles were very much surprised Son's. .I Consignee. limit ;i 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET
; :: He is here look after tht ;
: to placing
at the drubbing they received II
i'I i"It i t':)t''+:. 11 the at modern the"anOUi improved army posts range here.findtrs '' ,but took it good luturedlv. %%% %%%%1'-X-% %%%% ','II

.
; -- "The Cup that Cheers, .
a :'. ; Captain B.iyly Royal Navy, Brit."I' REVIVAL AT CENTRAL -

ish Naval Attache to the United., but not inebriates," i is a line written .. .. ,
" J''.Fr' '; Mates at the British Embassy at ......' ......................-----.-. -. -.... ..... ... -- ... .. ,
CHRISTIAN CHURCHi originally to apply to tea but the
;
( k1- : W.i-hington, and Mr;. Lewis Bayly ;
!' ; ,";'t' are the 1-:11f..t.: of British Vice Consul expression adapts itself as will to

: i' : : and Mr?. Frederick Itonar at i : night at the Central Christian Cotlee-if of the better gradestheonly .

, 11_ '4 t'i i I their hospitable home corner of : church Rev. Bennett began a kind we handle. We'll be glad: I HOW OFTEN DOES IT HAPPEN
I [ Gregory and Ba 'leu8tre6t.i .
i: ., I' special revival meeting which will\ to have you give us a trial order J
i i Mr. Louis Friedman, hAaJ of the
; i continue all this. week except Saturday : with a good! selection of our Fancy''
1tti; popular tirtn of L Friedman & C>.. '
I ,t ::1 has: returned from the Eastern night. At the close of the ser- N )ta and Staple Groceries. Prices Guaranteed ,
: : markets, where he bought the mon last night, four united with the at I I 4 THAT A LOT OF

, J a hi largest and best selct..d stock of church and one was buried in bap- '

I tt. p'I, "'.f''; "prlu Iud here summer by his goods tirm-ever and the exhibited | tism. The church was crowded to I Pat VIcKugh's<< .I S12rOOO.OOWORTH J I

I If -: J!i prices ar. lower than ever before ;!'its full capacity and the chorus rendered ;

I '! ,. 1 .1 known. They will havt. a new advertisement some splendid mu.ic.Ir.. Phone IS'5, 1 1i
, OF
j J i ia THE Niws in a few j Burroughs; of :Selma' as-Uted with Corner Palafoxand Romana Street

.tl I f4r::11 d.ivs. Watch for it. the violin, and Mrs. Callahan late

((,., r f of Indiana, had charge of the 7' ; ...V'i' ;' .. '......'?".:. .'.,..r...i;':,..,_.:.-. ,v'...,-,!'"A,, .'...!:-;:_?.;.':.< ', .''. :i
Ii c f. 1'f. uc This(Jray's Will ,Interest.p..t Powders:Modiors.Mfithtr for.Children. I Rev. Bennett: preached ou pitno.I "Our p I ;w_,;:-I..o..rs..r.s..a..?>>-, ,<;. >.y..++.a..twouw y", .v(>.'O''sc.' <>t..u.s..a.! Y.a..r.V. >L+."el.'+4>....Y.0..07,1 ;_-':.'-:t/{ O THING G AN ND GtHT'G ? r FUNIUNG! OGj :

.
I' 11 Cure hcvrrUlmxHi, I{,il HtoniHoh { It It. DING K. it.I II lltGl9.j1
::1'osltinn-The FounJer and Fonnda-
t1.\ i a T..ftliin ( l"isnrdrr.. llrmtk up ,'nMi, IIIOVB ,]
' and KUl.iif. ,. th-. :010...IH and |). iir y tion. He said : j1: Is thrown on the market and sold to 4 4I
, I'I\yI Worm* ya '! u r r"iJ".r :ui'.)i lestini'iniiili. 'i
"In to the of KING & HARGIS'Sportii
t- \ \i Ali, (druggist Tie. Hntnplemnilid regard beginuia; ; the [ il -

fI it t' : ..nKoy,h'KKK.N V.TABOR AddressAllau! M. OUiMt, church of Christ, there is a gt-ueral i consumers at less than the

1 l ,: agreement; among; leiding theologians .I
a
l cost of manufacture ?

' r 1 SPOKEN BY :1 date and it from ecclesiastical the day of l.i-torhu-Pentecostbut r|ij $ (joods ouse i1 l I

1r ',tr I : tbis i is not tie! view accepted by ) : ,1 i NOT SHODDY GOODS.-fc !

of the religious parties such.
STEAMSHIP any as l"
BRATTEN Pedobaptist churches generallyteach F.! 506 South Palafox Street. >1i :
i $-BUT A-
't
) ii
c ii ___ i that the Jewi-h : dt I
r and Christian i'aS U"o II/\iAcllo: tlio Following: 33ioyolo ,, I

The Norwegian sttrimship Brat- churches! are the same: the latter !';i 'l'mBC' E. BARNES, H1KAUXK, SXELL, ,ill 1 I.CLEAN NEW STOCK : : \
IMPERIAL ttl'AULDIXU. : ;
y being merely an enlargement of the sus j ,
+ ::1 ttii, which arrived at New Orle-insi i
+ : former. We believe the fir-t church : Edison Tackle Cues and Ammunition ; i
on the lith from Ceib- Honduras, of Christ was planted at Jerusalem'on I t Graphophoces, Fishing .: '1 F YOU ARE WISE. AND IF '"Ot''A T '!u F.tDON'T + AuM: : rj

I ..,,, reports that on March I 11 I at noon, in j jhtitude'Jli'j the day of Penteco-t referred to TYPEWRITERS, CIGARS.; ft F'Aii'T'OCALL.1TTIIF HlU DOWN-TOWN:; S1 ,
'
t NA1T1IA hU'CtllAtIIl: >)> SAIL UOATS KOK 1IKXT.iiiBir f 1 OF THE LEVV-POl nnll'\ r. WHERE; TILE S.\l I
7 in ActII.. The Jewish ,
: institution
hit+ :':I north, lon ltudl' H"i:15': : I i I

I 'lt nest, she spoke the .\UlNic111 barge; with the authority of Moses; a- lawgiver i! Rrp < of All Kinds DflflB. Agents for !the- OliVEr Typewriter I Is ICI: : ,1'I YOU NOW NEED GOING IN ON.:THIS AND LINE.McMillan PRurtl)1'OUl. \:", :U' WITH \\ !

r passed away when Jesus .
'!3'.ibor of Pensicoii I 11 days out 'iiidheading f3liooting: Gzi11ory. ioE. I
L
bowed His head on the cross; ; and .'t .- ,... .'I'.J'f.. ,. __ .. "
} \T' ':.: .. .
to twrthea.t..itlted '.a it!, 'It is fini.-ned.' ._..i,,. -_- _..4.4... '+4 7<>_..>" "...r..VL. "..<. ,""'"",>,'.-.-,c--_<:.,'"- --'",' .._r':"o_1",<>',.a re4e9.- '1 I 11

a I reported all well and rf<|tiired no a;- ; "We are not a denomination : i & Beers:

il.l -istance. She was trying to snake: !i I while we recognize the necessity: for : j

'1l port; furnished her with IitituJw ,: various denominational movements : NEW ORLEANS

If and longitude.; I I in the pa't in the confusions grow- Levy-Pou's Old Stand 1

'i! in:; out of the Jreat Al'.ttj'H': r FTCi. 7 rT. T'7. ...... -...'TT7T -...- -...- .. .. I l
CONCERT FOR I believe that the time: hanow: fully -

coma to, expo-e the eviland tins.chiefot { uR ((1U I RYIa

CHRIST CHURCH CHOIR the ect life, and u ihit J

\ on the abandonment( of j-ects and return AAAA AA AA 1 AAA MVVVVVVVVVyvvvvvvV'io.jy
JAS. McHUGH ,, V v., vd
to the unity cf spirit ana the Prop.
<: i) t
.\ concert wil: be given at Clutter'r union that marked: the church > the f,.
Music hall Tue-day, AI'rill.I for the New Testament." 7 COFIKKA to\11'

benefit of Christ church cl." ir. Rffreshments Tonight tile -ubj-ct will he -The 0 MT.iiAljTY: ...
'4L | t j jOpening
mil dancing after the Creed and Discipline." Serviibe- _.;' o Millinery

( 3; concert. Tickets 2"i! tent The ful- itiu at jO::(i p. m.. and all ;ar, n.vit. d, High-Grade Groceries
\c
.. '
will loiidered
t lowing program > :
<> O
:" Chorus. ST. PATRICK'S DAY
.
1hule.aleandIretail
,
<> <>
,, Duette-:Mr. Dorr and Miss White.Piano e

S'o' -:Miss Coviugtou.Solo QUIETLY OBSERVED AT fRICES THAT DKKVCOMPETITION.

is : -Mis* Mollie Brent. --
; |
nIH.ttt-le=srd. GarllelJ and H. !
The Ancient Order of Hib"nllan;;

;', Andersoti.Intermission.. :( attended a special mass; at M.. Joeph's Phone 105. Pensacola, Fla. O

1 church at 9 o'clock;: this morning -
err: Piano :0,11.--; 1iH r,...)iurd.Solo O
j in celebration of't.. Patrick's oo
RflfIAf1"h! ((1f1fgA(

tr &t' ; -Mr. H.ilcott Audprson.Solo I j Day Tonight;. they will enjoy a card rr.rrrrrrrrrrr rrr rrirrrrrA '& i'. .. ... .., ."
h -Mi. s :Maclay.: 0o 0
party and b-iuquet. at which toasts _ -L- ---
Male: (luartttte Mer;. (JurflelJ. I will he offered and responded to. It (l'l'I'IOl'ALFRED

'j Anderson, Bu-huell! and .0t.Jer.ln.. was decided that the finances of the .

Choi u<. I association would not warrant the MOOD : Thursday and Friday, g
--- ------ ,

r. '' A 111'\\OllKKIt.. usual parade, hence this quiet cele- .. o $
- -
- -- ---- _
tr bration of theduv.'ACCIDENTTO : -- T11F.DNL) F.NtL( Ith --
=- '
-- '-7-
' t I{ Ctr.- T,'iifli04 lUp ),'}" terttip' ) LAUNCH- -- \VIIOU:>..ILCLiquor : ; :. r-

Frequently cotfee sets up rheumatism

when it is not busy with some o 0
, IN THE BAY
other part of the body. .\ (St. Joe, DealerIN
March 20 and 21
: P. \'. WI-e saysAbout
)11
7 V'. > man One of A. Xelius" launches, while i i
j two years IUmy knead began tostille"n
n ; running alongside the Dutch bark rn.NSACOLA.
and my feet and l leg+ swell, sot
that I was scarcely :able to walk, andthru Helen, met with an accident iu 325-327 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET. o
r only with the greatest dil5iculty which the runner, Mr. Tru-sel. received CM -AT- O
i for I wa in constant pain a bad gash on the hand. The :
I consulted Dr. 15arn*, one of tht'1I.I..t crank shaft broke. WINE TALK TO THE PUBLIC 0
pin
causing the
prominent physicianhere" ,
& .uid he diagnosed the Ch; e and iu- accident. The bunch was: towed iu I nm Just in receipt a Shipment\ Direct from San KraacUcoof s.< 4> 0
Caiejof' WINE!: of the\cry Best l al.rornlal'roduct such as
1 tjuired, 'I>I> you drink colfoe?' 'Yes.' by one of Messrs. McKenzie Otrting THE BIG STORE la!
d 1 ', -\'oumust quit usin it at once; he & Co.'" boats. Claret Zinfandel. Tokay--AII Kinds of White Wines.
U replied. I did so and commenced
--
These are Tore Goods anti Every Bottle Guaranteed. I sell them
d
in its
Tostuui place.
i drinking JULIUS LEWIS either by the BOTTLE or CASK at the earn Price as you would pay i 0
The swelling in my feet and ankles for an inferior article When you buy from Moog, you get the BKsi. 0
r1 and the rheumatic pains subsided
It Respectfully -- -
E yff quickly and duriu? the past 18 FALLS IN BUNKERJulius ALFRED )IOOG.Pl1ou.o .
month I have enjoyed uiot excellent -
: 374. PROMPT 0
DELIVERY.
' health, and, although I have
: passed the OMh mile pot I have Lewis, a negro man, while
i ',f Hi;; never enjoyed life better. working on the coal steamer :Sauna 17J'J'j) 11'jJlvl1v}amm\jWNY 1 I

1: tit Hood health brings heaven to us yesterday fell through the bunker I IBiltiam t Ioljn0on & l OIt. i
of cases where --- -
: here. I know many : 'and was badly injured. He was
(1 '+'a- :;1 wonderful cures of stomach and taken in the patrol Ice cream freezers that OAs-rOR.A,. -I IBoonto
wagon to his:
- ".' heart trouble have beau made by
. ) > Hall kwtrs 8cr
!, simply throwing away coffee and home where he was given medical freeze quick, at the Willis a:;;; 0

{, I J usiu; I'oatum" .... t attention. I t Hardware\i i Co.'s. ,. I .L..............4G444$eeo t

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