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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: March 26, 1902
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889.
General Note: Description based on: Mar. 5, 1889.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Related Items: Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola evening news

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VOL. 38. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON MARCH 26.1902 NO 83 II

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-BRITISH CAPTURE FO.R-CED NOTES FOR INDEPENDENCE I II BOER INDEPENDENCE '






LARGE FORCE OF BOERSi i i,I MORRIS EIGHTY SCHWARTZ THOUSAND ARRESTED I i CUBA DAY IS FOR FIXEDISLAND AND EXCHANGE OF RAND




GUNS CATTLE: ETC THIS THIS AFTERNOON CHARCE. ON I I WILL BE TURNED OVER I II :I FOR ZUZULAND


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i: ON MAY 20.
Special to The New a.

Showing! Clearly That There Was No Truth in New York, March 2>;.Morris I -- Said to Be the Basis Upon Which the South I{

:Schwartz was arrested iu Philadelphia i Special tc The New;s.
Report of Armistice. I : African War Will Be Ended.
thi. afternoon on the charge of ;, Washington", arch1May: tJ,
1&"-'. is the new tl.ttIhetl for turning, '
swindling the Seventh National --- -
over the island! of Cuha to its people.

link here with $SOOoo of forged The rhanp- date \\as i 'ade. if not I Special to The News.Vienna .

N note. I at the suggestion then wilu the full UNLICENSED PEDDLERS
March :!* .-Leydes, Boer
,.t1\re\ ONE DEAD >
-:I. :y; --11. war pro\al ot I'reMiler.ttlctt I'ulma and
.-'cl."rtz. who was a cu-tomer of !
his advisors :Scuoia: Tamaja and Que- l'takillill regard
lit Europe i agent -
".1| t.e! CaptHIe\ .1 LEAVE
the bank. depo-ited tile notes and it TOWN t
sada who were with him at the war

under ieneral !)>.- THREE WOUNDED; I is:; alleged drew the money and lied. \I department today. Tliia date established i i to the settlement and ending of ,the ,
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i a memorable one in Cuban his Bridh Boer war in Soutn Africa, ,
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S .- t' &t there H lio truth: The olh'ci.ils\ were notified la-t !
-- I tory for it will not only mark the acquisition -i:
t that! 1t:1: arutl-tlcr Lad night; and Central oiice men located I! of full independence, but will says that the negotiations which are TO SAVE THEMSELVES FROM

IN A SALOON SHOOTINC AFFRAYAT and arrested him today. :| be the Cuban inauguration day. it hai \- '< about to be ellected will be on thebais

1 IIP'H. Three indictment? have already | ins been determined that President i HAVING TO PAY HEAVY FINES. '
; -rt.tow* that (Jen-i BUFFALO TODAY. i Palma should be inaugurated on the : of independence for the Boersi

.:.n-telf escaped from --- been found against him. j same day that American control of thei i and their exchanging the Hand: for

i /island ci-asi'3. W. I, Landca.trr and l'h.IU'4
All but the smallest details of the | Zululand. ,
.in. pei'tal to i'u" Ntwliuffalo. CLEVELANDCOMES | Howard, white
young uitn. were
i change in Cuba i have been planned I i lOne of the Boer delegates informs;
,'i : -ays All reportare'w March: 2>j.-Ope dead. one and these remaining details were under I II fined |:.V each by Mayor JIHI1'4 thl

mat the total uuin- mortally wounded and two eriouly adjustment at a meeting held at i a new; paper correspondent here morning upon conviction of three

TO I the war department today. Besides that on March 17, upon the invita-
airs taken wa. 15. I charge placed uain.t: then!. Collection -
injured i i. the result; cf a ;shooting affray i :Secretary; Hoot. President Palma and
tion of Dutch Minister Kuyper,
Ii; red tire ;*un.. at Carlino's saloon on :Miintreet j Senors Tamaya and Queaa! General of the fine wu -peudrd
with
FLORIDA 1 The I Mr. Fisher; had a conference condition
Wood attended meeting occurred upon that the .young men
'. .. of March tl.U I
: tang early morning. I then! with
I II in the secretary's office. Hesidt-s Minister Kuyper first leave town at once.
I tlmeut against' It i-s ,said that the proprietor re- I 1 the final selection of May :2" as Cuban President
Kruger.
This
1 i' they did immediately after
independence day. two other iniportant -
.. column i fu-ed to give fifty cents to an Italian Special to the News. -
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court, having been
('onrlu"ionsH'le reached. The i-eortnl t.) the
I known Jo-eph Moore of Chicago.j \ !
;i'- tatted from Princeton, N. J., March t -Kx-: | first was that General Wood should A RAILROAD FORST' city limits; by a mounted orticer.Theseyotuiij .
j Carlino's place i is notorious and Immediately upon his return to Cuba
President Grover Cleveland, accompanied men aid
t.tt! I IHI"rf 1 today that
: l\ii: been the! ceiie of former murder issue a call coivenini; the first Cuban

I -. i by 1'rof. John Fiuleyand congress in session on May 10' in order ANDREWS BAY they came t.> PemacoU two day*,

. i Dr. Bryant, left today Oil an Ester that that I body might employ the ten ago in search of work. Their houses
\1" ::.1' date in
: that
d. supplying
following i
trip to Florida and other Southern I ys are in Cnlumbu .
Special to Time ;':.ots.Atlanta Ja.. and! one of
ai legislation necessary to the assumption
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} ; TRYING pointThrywill spend a week or of lull powers in the islands. ) Iarc'hThp: Columbus, them i i. a member of one of the most t
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w '! .: .1 I.. -y KufauTa and Half tailroad has been issued
ten days in the South. The other "onclusion waa that there prominent families of that place

.. -,--- -- should bo no half-way evacuation of' a i hatter by Secretary of State
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.i: t wit They were detected
PREVENTSTRIKE the i Islam! The present disposition is i Phil Cook to build and operate, a railroad yt.-t..rJ'1

: T I' II.- 1- HOUSE OF COMMONS to move the entire United States con-1 I from Columbus da., to St. Andrews trying to di
ti-gent.iril and military away from Bay, Fla.. a distance of atom and when they wr arre-ted
full-in.
1\ >- cir : ADJOURNS FOR EASTER
20i( nil l's. The proposed line will
the islands not !leaving a corporal'sguard j nw 2.1:
cheap ring were found
on them
i-.it; to TI-- New.
-ii of I'nited States soldiers! in any run through Musropco county, in leor-

.. :n-iWt but New York. March :!*;.-The con- Spi-oial to Tht- Xe\\". of the ramps. If this program is not I !1la;\ : Russell. Harbour and Henry counties beside* a ?uni of money. Hoth weft

clli.ttt',u committee of the C. I. V.t London. March 2").After a brief executed It will be for the sole reason i in Alabama, and Jackson and drunk at the time the arr..-t wa

J w ;Hlmi''I.L.llt' .-, se--iou today the Hoiue of Com- that the Cubans themselves, through Washington counties in Florida. Its made. t
t Fed.r.lu..1l.1.:1. / : a meeting today at their authori/.ed officials, request that capital will be ::;j'.II'n. all in common
: : -. mons adjourned until April 7 on It was found
the ieque-t of John Mitchell\ take the departure ot the I'nit'-d States: stork, and its principal office will be they had: dUjMed of

t-a! 'I'; ';: i by action in the hope of preventing the account of the Eater- holiday' ?. troops be delayed for a time. In Columbus.GRAVE. two riiu's; at ?i y) each. The purchaer .

1 I threatened, strike of the I'enn'yl- NAVAL REVIEW AT CORONATION testified against: them this

i CECIL RHODES IS DEAD morning.They; .
'i"; .' ; n- 'I.. r-. vauia coal mine-. --

I '"" .. r I std of I The meeting was held in the were charged with doln?
-pcctal to The Nea ,. ---
business* itinerant
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church mi--ion buildin?. I peddlerwith
j j. a : I: t- WI..) I II II j I Portsmouth ;March L'G.-The cor- f>ppcial to The SeaC.lpe -. out licen-, being l drunk and dan.rprou .
i I Tho-e ent :Mark Hanna, I CHARGES
pre- were Town March Ii Cecil
ii 2
1 < and t-miiicJou
M i' oivitinn naval review has been oftl- *. Both were
Oscar .- rau... Hi-hop Potter Lewiixon. lihode the world-famous diamond dre-sed well.Danger .
CIl1tix\ +-d fur June 2s.
v : ty mile- kin and financier died this ;
< moru-
\ Franklin McVeigh, Ralph i I 03.e hundred and thirty lriti-h! AGAINST ,

I E.dt-y. MarcuMarks, William i and twenty foreign war ships will iUr. of Colds and Li Uripp
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Wllll-i,'. folejhirttd Pfahler. Fr.iiik argent and Jatne: participate. CHILDREN'S PURIM BALLATPROCBESS and The la sreatc-t danger: fr..ni cold
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t grippe i t their re-ultliu in

n-ult-. 'I [)UUC:1Il. MARSHAL pneumonia. If rea-uiiablf: cure: Uued.
NOTTINCHAM RACES TODAY. CLUBOne however, and Chamberlain'

A --- Cou;'li remedy taken .11It"lIl.r will||

lIl't'plHttry.. RIVERS AND HARBORS Special to 1l'! $ra-. "f the mo-t enjoyable) social Police OllaerV.. B:. Butler whll-p and beavoiJed.* who have.Amonj the tn thou-
> w women hdtlre u-ed thi remedy for
Nottiuh.mularch'hThe lU-st- eventof the week wathe ii-
: cm:
: .t NerviiuMiH., *, I BILL IN THE SENATE -u-pen-ion from office wa reported the-e di-ea-e v"l.I holy, Fainting: wood plate and two hundred! sovereigns dren'fancy drePurim ball at the htrein yesterday, resigned; from the CI-f a =inpecw! ..e !huvu.if'rK.ultHl\ n.

w 'en tIHu-and.. I --- were won today by Itu--ell\ Progress; club la-t Li:{ht. police force today for reasons whichimply piif-umii.ua. which! shows concluively -
tt Uectrie I'.iueruch P.rown: Martin up Dandy Boy second Many beautiful co'tumea were unfairne-s that it ia certain: prevrulvt
1 members Itr the
tr.JUbh.I 'Special to'li.e! :N4.1Vahim.rtumi.; of that daiiirer..umala.lv..
I' It willCllrf'
i H.uweed third. The betting een, all appropriately de-iced i and
\ "ari\ with kidney March 2, .--Theen- police hoard. The resignation, wa a cold or attack ..f |la; grippe In
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:\1 r... -beClu-rley. j a a- nine to four again-t the winner. the children greatly eujoyed the | couched in the following words ; less time tl.tllltll\ other traitnnt.

..an a lame back I ute committee on commerce, of It -is-a Heal PlrHMire-- evi-ute "To the Honorable lonrl of Public Har'I, It i in plea-aiit and -afe to tak-. For
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!1 -"Hid not drs mytilt' i which Senator :s. R. Mallory i iI jI ja to u; to peak favorably of Painkiller U'dreilimmtwere served at 1" (jpntlemen-Owm;! ti the fact dealers.-ali-by: all dru:: itand medicine
: Hitters
1 i although 78 wholly yrardable : I member t-giving i ; a four-day's hear-1: known almo-t universally to be :.Igoo.J o'clock.UNKNOWNJfESSELAFIBL. that chargeare pending; against
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and safe remedy for burns and and that I believe I
me will
do all I not get
to my inn; to the rivers and harbors bill, other pain-of the body. It i is valu- I,
I It C n-ti. a fair and impartial trial TWO POLICE
nverci'ine; so long I as:;
., which was reported to the ,senate i able not only for colds in the winter.
Appetite, give- but for variou--umtner; complaint, one Charles John"onion i the board
Only 5ue ntV.. A, from the house with all the Florida' Special to The :\'A..
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lilS.Pair ;t andhould be in tnrfamih'" The :I1 hereby tender my resignation, to
rug store, : items aboriginally reported by the !i C.IUlltwhich: demands it mayo :South, Norwalk, Conn.. )[ch. ifi.;: take effect at once." OFFICERS HAVE
unaware.Chritian Advocate.fhrre .
hou-e committee unchanged. An unknown lo.lta..; *een on fire Mr.: Butler was a'ked about the
is but one Painkiller, PerryDavis'
bicycles i in to BruCE A matter cf ;great iutere-t to the Price 2;: c and 0c. in the sound off here la-t niht.:; matter thi morning, and aid :
repair He doe* thE ,
-- "I re-i ut'd becau-e
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{ ; the paper HOT FIGHT
plutupt oil deliver}' Florida member and which they Educate Your Bowels. It believed the ve.-el was de-
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won't
I and hi< pricear, say get a fair show. Homebody
\\ at eU > do you cart, I Lope to have incorporated into the j Your bowels can be trained as well stroyed. The fate of the crew i i. un- has been 'dozgin; me for thelongest --

I bill, is the amendments of :Senator as t our muscles. or your brain 'as- known. : and I believe I know who it Police
OiUctM Andrew
; t. OF lil-.'.. )l.l'IIt\: Taliaferroprovidiugfor an increase I carets Candy! Cathartic train your is. I am charged with cursing a ne- *. Nee met at the KolnandTho | | .
i bowels to do ri 'ht. Genuine tablets TRIAL TOMORROW OFEMPEROR'S ;;ro woman. and the marshal: has corur of
I in the appropriation f r't.. John's Beylen amid /arrai'u4
: -:1': : heretofore exist i I stamped! C. C. C. Never sold in een fit to take uer word in preference treu thU
uutlNr- ::red under; :, river and making an appropriation I bulk. All druggists, IOC. YACHT to mine. afternoon and t-tiff ltlt"d in
Wolfe & Kee-e ha:1 ; for Miami of ?:ittU.tradirect and $tkwi I "Let me tell one thin. ht, in which both parties were
i \ you There
about ;
I the printers to tE'1ynu
: hi2tth; day of Feb i pay badly brui-ed .about the face
:.uutual consent. ;; (JUt" continuing; contract. ; the bu bargains in furniture. If Special to The Sewn.New i is a lot of work ;going:: on which the body.It and
J. K.MMKT WOLFEi ''you mi-s them it i is your fault not York. M I arch 2-1 -The trial of public should know. !Several ollicers
i:. 1'. 1U:EE. I Senator Mallory i* heartily sup mine. Your truly O. ;M. Pryor, 20i Emperor William of (Germany's and even private citizen*, have- could not I be learned at this
I p"rtingthese amendment. i and 22: West Government street. writing what the fULt! wa about
yacht. the Meteor, will take place reported certain things against; oili- but

--- ---- ----- ---- --- oil Sandy Hook tomorrow.A cers on the force. but no notice has several parties: who *aw It u1 .
''g,lAl President; F. C. HORTON. Cashier ; ten-mile beat to windward will been taken of them by Marshal that the club of one of thufcd was

-HEE. Vice-President; Coxacloiiwocl smtomont of tho M. E. CLARK Aas't Cashier. probably be enough tE'a e the Credille. Tne charge embrace sleeping epiode.quite frequently during/ the

mind of the designers; and builders while on duty, and any number j

AMERICAN NATIONAL BANKOF as to the yacht's qualities.If !, of witnesses can be found to prove City Their PhyicianPierpont.woundi were dressed by i

that Credille ha been told of thee ,! .
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want a nice present giV'to -
PEXSACOLA, FLORIDA. CLOSE OF BUSINESS: : FEBRUARY 25, 1902: a friend you go and look through the things, but he will not notice us. When you wake up with a bad

I From Report to Comptroller.) elegant: line of suitable articles at I J Certain policemen are infallible and tate In your mouth you may: know

J. I. Stephens, you surely can find can do no wrong, in the marshal'seyes that you need a dose of Chamber-

RESOURCES.L'uunt : LIABILITIES.: something to please; you. If you :; ; but the public will find Iain's Stomach and Liver Tablet .
out
':- : *. . .. . . .. $41.37263: : Capital Stock ... .. .. ... .. . .... .. $2'1.(1),00 want anything m the Diamond line these things before the They will clean your tcmach, Improve
. .. ..... ... .. .. ..... .. .. t2.S! j Surplus Fund. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. . lO.fdO.uO be sure to see him before_. you buy. I' election and next city your appetite and make you ;
:. .. ..... .... .. .... .. ..... 7o.0o0.0i) Net Profit ..... .. .. ..... .. .. .. 5. :\j.12t. ---- -- : will speak etlectrvely." feel like a new man. They are ea.y i
u Bond. .. ... .. .... ...... ....f ;;,2jHl'dicounti; ( ... .. ... .. ..... ... .. .. .. .... 79,500.00;:; Come on with your golf, lock and tu take, belnir sugar coated, and : .'.
i'd! Fixtures.... ..... .. ..... 6.7b.4S::<< Circulation... .... .. .. .. .. ... .... ..... .... 75,000.00 key, gun, rifle, revolver, scissors, For Over Sixty Years.Mas.VISsnow's I pleasant In eiTect. For nle by all 1: I :

1 .:'.;>*. .. ...... .... .... ... .. .. ..... 501.JH Deposits .. .... .... .. .. .... ...... .. .. .. .. .... 326,044.08 '! razor, cutlery, water bags. All kinds been used for over sixty HrjoTHtss HTECP bar druggists and medicine dealers. Ii
: Exchange.... .. ..... ... ..... 127.221.2t5! Dividend Unpaid. ..... ...... ... .... .. 00.00 of repairin F. B. Bruce will take mothers for their children years while by mllllontotr f -ihlng,
Drink
--- ; care of it for, you. with perfect mccest. It Boothn the child lied Heart liter, !Ii

f k tLl r.20: '6 ),12i.20 i I colic softens, and the Is gaml.aUaflall the best remedy pam.curn for I'larrhOl'I wind* the beer that made Cincinnati ; 11

1 .:.k opened for buiness October 2i: 1910. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give | Paints, oils, glass andbuilders' mediately.I will relieve Bold the poor little sufferer 1m. famous- .j i I.; I
by
attention.Interest hardware at the braggtsts Inn..r cart i i
> -- prompt courteous and careful of the world. Twenty-live cents a bottle. j
1 Be sure yea est for )1 rs.Winslow's Hootb Pyny.lUli !Stop the Tit kties,
Paid on Time Deposits. Willis Hardware Co.'s. ing, jyrup," and take no other kind. and qlcj\ &..& LLS. rr..Cl.lt:.wwt&. I


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I IF YOU BUY THEM AT BOSTON SHOE STORE
SGflOOIiGlHliS KNOW ITS THE ATLANTA II

.11 II I CANCEROUS THEY ARE GOOD !



( I WORTH.i LADIES'' TRIOVery Are in many respects: like other ulcers or I Ii II i

i ULCERS 'sores, and this resemblance often proves fatal.

I Valuable time is loci in fruitless efforts to heal II I I I

the sore with washes and salves because the perms: of Cancer that are rnulti-

dI PAINE'SCelery much to the disappointment plying in the blood and the new Cancer cells which are constantly developing I 902 SPRING AND SUMMER |9QO 9

i l'' of the mu-ic dorm people of Peuacola. ketp up the irritation and discharge and at last sharp shooting; pains

? the! Atlanta ladies' Trio announce the approach of the eating and sloughing stage, and a hideous,

sickening cancerous bore begins: its I
: Compound were forced to cancel their concert work In February 1899, I noticed a small
destructive II' uvr( 'MM : I.CMMM.: ,
i lump On my lower lip. The doctor cauterized > n If 1 s
i adverti-ed for tonight at the Universalis No ulcir 1 or sore can exist with- it but another came atd broke

: church.! cut some predisposing internal cause out into an open sore. I began to take
GIVES THEM ENEHGT., SNAP., that las poisoned the blood and the S. S. S. and after I had taken seven bot-
This, became nece-ary, owing to healed entirely and no

it AND FULL LIFE the fact unknown to them at the open jag sore diCharinguken on the ,1'p' cheek or the or festerVt other since.. W. p.dlleale Brown, have Hollauds been, S.seen C. Low Cuts t

time of caking: the announcement, part f>f the body will continue; to I .,
spread and eat deeper into the flesh unless the blood is purified and the ,

that their contract with the Chau- morbid matter eliminated from circulation.. '
Cancer
Jt KnaMrs: Thriii to Att.iin the Terms or 'I
tauqua: assembly prohibited theirappearing S. S. S. cleanses the blood of all decaying efftte matter. It has great

0 '' 91 J lcs..iii", ;.. kiwi ViT.iir .'fTrue here. antidotal and purifying properties that soon destroy the germs and poisons Buy Ours; They are Swell

r and restore the blood to its natural condition. And when pure blood is
t \\ "111011111111111.WonHn The ladies, arrived here last I'
night.
't carried to the ulcer or sore the healing: process

Miessteinha Smith and begins, the discharge ceases and the place heals
and girl\ in every station i : ;;en. :
over and new skin forms. S. S. S. is a strictly vegetable I
I
)j of life who have u-ed PinCelery: Bio--er left on the 11 :'nj; train for
blood purifier containing no mercury or
J t Compound know that it is a ble--mj their home in _Atlanta but )Ii-sIi.ouri minerals of any description. II BOSTON SHOE STORENATHAN

that sick and run down femalecan: of kin.1.write us about it. medical i-
Cawthou stopped here to If you have an ulcer chronic sore any
1 did- ( ; not atlord to be without.ilodjeka uthiceill cyst yu nothing. Books on Cancer and other diseases of I

i the peerless queen of spend a few day with her isters the blood will be sent free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga. I G. PORCHEIMER. Prop

Ill MJ artiste;, voices the sentiments: of Mr". >'. flower and Mi-s (iu--IPCawthou. I II

r lf-f thousands of and girls who
women I
I 1 have tested the strength making and idly \1iriifitl. MKMtk tn.II..II. I I For the Complexion.The See Styles in Windows i HI SlBlln Plla:: .

life iriving virtues of Paine's Celery The Iu.r: ; -ii i-l'cakim! :: tourist who complexion always uIVrs! ; I

Compound whenheay* : /'I have Hew to Cure the Grip. w'Istt's: hilf! sin hour of tmif', It'IlII'r:11I,1 !I from bilioustie-s constipation.t'nless I -

found Paine's Celery Compound; \ the Remain quietly at home and take : fiierjry; in twin, '.' to Iliak.oolllt> j i: the Itowel-are kept open the I THE COMING OF EA '
bes-t of all remedies: for the nervous Chamberlain's Coujli Remedy as impurities from the body appear m 5i'
II v;
t! r dweller in a foreign" i; !awl: und''r! -Ctit l .
txhau-tion upon the directed and a quick i isure the form of unsightly; eruptions.. DeWitt's '
cou-equent: recovery
!I.., li.-iil I'renfh arduous work of my pruft';-ioll." to follow. That remedy counteracts Little Early Rierkeep the / ,..;) .!'itiM rtUH."l
Ovtrworkeil women "in tjie hutlle.ii tendency of the grip to re-ult in st.ockitl .11 :eti-th by M.iiie Midi: a 'question liver and bowels healthy condition / .. ) .
f ./ any I ( 1:& X f '" get rierytLlli,( "" -
+ and weak, lan.uidchouh;ir1 hive pnl'u11101nii. which is re.illy the only a,; 't .a lI't full squeak Kiiiil.sliV": : f is and remove the eau-e ofucti ( r .
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1 '1 found in Paiue's Celery uompuiind! -eri'tudanger.. Among the tens of almost :;- roiiiliutll imWiiii.it s a"i the. trouble*. C. b:. fi.per.Alb.wya.. !r. 't. : I and "1'"hhill. II

h .' the health and visor it ...) -tronzlyguarantee : thousand-wiio: have uid it for tieunp. track walking; trai:edian. This i ia little a"I took I I\Vitt's Little'Karly: 'J-.j. {'... "Vy '! Utlt'K"oUt < "t'If'f K
.
..) -. ; nut oi.e cage haever been reported story of his eXHTieti| ; .<-e in Sju'ii.': as Ri-ers for biliousness. They were r j I par, do 'yuu;' Wri: ;

1 I" Ua Mallory, of Allenville, 111.. f..it did not r"l'IIvr. For toil I liy "The Iiuiuiiiif" in The L.iilies'! just what I needed. I am feellli': ;: I : j you t.w ftlrsrrM.{t -
1 ,i with the \'1."I 11t'IIt'littll'VUII. -ale by ,til dru'it:: and mediciii"Jtalei Hume Journal better now than in year:' Never I ; : :
,itl". write a.. fnllw'1 wa- -. : {!rii.e or di-tre-s. safe:: thorough/ and ; ::111.1. I.v \\ kIII
i' I takt-lIlt.t 1 -pring with what the d'ic- "(rte il.iy! we nil!! 1'iitereil a HUIt.oll"p crentle. The very best pill-. liar .
trl tor called I i.ervoiis di-ea-c aid i.euralgia. In Mai'.riil. and tae captain! bran: I" Pharmacy, John 11I'I'Pjfd.hlnl'Y I f.' ,' '-, I .
i i I ,:: "; v' "ar 1t; .lItl"t! I i
j ,i I I ] and! t.'iree!' or tour d"ct"i- CLOSE QUARANTINETO 'I".ak in SMiii-i;| to the girl who was; K..lJn.. V', V'. I 4 J t . .
11 ( I .. : w i. < I' \
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treated in-- all 1 .--innnier witti.nu lu'liimi the ..mil' r She failed t.. :. ,
::: "
( 'I i : doing yoml. Mv fttiit-r, .. :Send: trunk- down -- .
me Brace
1 any dertlud.fml sn h tried as:::aiti. O'lce your to /' U I
started I travel BEGIN MAY I I1'he J have : y" .. J. l.lIilllil..I.\. t .
t tI to wltl. me, and iu.iuitravel end! a;.ain lie in d l and! tried and MIIIIiwKieil : fill hingelock- eorerkeC- I' { ..
a friend told m" to b.'t nnd anything they need done '' '1I'/ d
II try a ; may :
: \\i.';* \\'ii'!, viMMluiIary.; At .,: i
tip) a !
L: I 1 tie oftine''elrryUolupouud.JIy I -- quick, jjood and cheap. Z1 ... .. \ ,
la-t in h'-; > jitteii.j'i t't make liK niean-
tl i L father 1..II_'llt a bottle ..f it,, and It .
f helped me -(1 I took two bottlemore -'iij.jiii.j: :' Illtl 1. -t- of pen-a- ias: i p''.i.n: I'j illuMiati"ii he. fir w from ( 'HIU' NOr1'I'I u'. .

which t'111J! "-!lyrurrdnilMyfathr: cola will b-- pig I I-"U to know that his 1..kd"HH.t card awl! witli ::1 stroked ,-...

a l ji j had uerv: !n;-..,I.h'I brand! lie hij :State }/
been taking P.ui.e'Celery Compound lauuli'er: aid in jierfert! I 1:1."h: : s.i.l. nor consignee* of the .,.
him Nor !bark tar, I',ht will barr "'- 01| I I K I 01|
I. anday it hasumie live his ju-t pf.mlll atd :an order that 'Oll, what }uU01 lit is a I ne to rb; I -pimsitil.-! drills. ,
f r numlrt cuntruct-i
dollarwortli of good. We !,:" .-.1 by the crew oIbuul\ek-H|. ,
cum
fo.t.OIl111
:V I : are iisiui; the fourth bottle in our the clo-e quarantine not i Ht.M:i' IKOCK.. tM
ALFRED I [ tvu.lIttll.11 :
I f family acid wtc'luiJ"r Paine'Celtry be put ou against Cuba this year until lint A\ntrr I'iprs In l.riTiiliinil. I| 'tntpnnt0.t'onsiifne". (Hptirn.J.iinHI ; : I .
$
C'oiupouiid worth its wnjiiTia !
There i i.. a puce i called K.ikoriuk in ;I I CM
1 I May 1, unless unf.jie.etncircumtancesarise. ; | .
I gold fur uervouand \ i
I otneitrounles.
rl [ t Greenland, which was colom/rd! ecntu j .f ff.N KITH KK: tile captain ownersnor !
". Dr. Porter has taken ; coiisiKitft* of the Ku i -
rL4 ''VV4 '. ryes ago: by Norwegians; lint \\ !lit.-l1} i is !I bk Klnkoon will .ly>- rrshn.e|) I II. : \\ qItY

EASTER EGGS -Inmlil. lie .-.)]llr.,1 wall this-tepuu account of the greatly now a deserted heap of ruins.: Aiimn? I.I the- crl01- said her vehscl.for debt con tract i-d by i .
11' Fin.r
slur for ha-trr
.!1 crnls. j.-- 1" improved condition* in Cuba: and the relies discovered there \v.nthe JOHN H.II.I MAN, ,

pfla'S l>in. ii! what was: t-tulentlt a i athedral ,I S S LC'o.. Cnptxn.bti.tgner. | Dealer
1 the de-ire to allow mutual intercourse ( :"nullI I : Liquor
:and attendant: ilwe.linu: holl".-,;. I
.11IN.t.N1.IN.1+111/.. ,
be free
to a* as po-ible, ,
provided
: I'rom the I'ositioii of theseHM\ it r i- i r q
: : ,
SOME SHORT there ino danger; from a certain that they were unpiotnl firCOflVeyitlg r II'I| | \x\ | 01 \ *
+ 1 fluid to the -, -I I Thought SoA -
MHIK
: jinanim-nt-
H: | STATE STORIES tIt healthtaudpoint.: I' of these several buildings and on making : 325'317 SOUTH PALAFOX StRCfI.I : e


14 .1111111111111111111111111 D.'n't think less tf'our sy teen : n searching examination the 41'S. .-::r

I Is 'lflJ.l.d| ti.'I. ll I !"1 "!" V 1 1,1. P th..11"u do of your hou,t". Give ita coverers found that the pipes wereCrnnrrted I I BIC SURPRISE : WINE TALK TO THE PUBLIC N

thorough! clean-iii; too. Take to a natural hot water 'I.rill --
; ff "u.a
i 1'0t.11I h t\ l I I. V 1 i I. I i. : !I't_ !.mil. : : : .a' i. n' t.
JT
Hood's r-Jr-aparilla. (\olcaiuc .oni-'in: I READ THIS H- A =NK "I.I .1 I. ., ..
>; j ( I i I ,

-f : \ !! tli. n. \A 1 I.. S.ito I IX A:\C1 \It !S TAT KM K.N: T 1\TE'VV. I : : Claret. Zinfandel. Tokay-All Kinds of White Wines MCy
I t' t Tot Causes Alarm. II
Night I I c: .. .. . ,
CountyVs anahl to In wait.nJor :! i I' i r i. "i i ( K. _
'' .J! ()1 the t.taril nt 1'ulilKInsirni'li'uiI. "()He night my bri'thf" baby: wa fl.IJ11 l Phonographs ana ii KmorJs !I . 11 'I I I II I Itt r"i, t t t' \. _
the ( anipaiun: to Ixfoi.lauiuhing '.' .. .... .
( cn-n| uji .it E".II"'I\ ("ounllor the MoiilliKrulin taken with Croup." wrltfo"lr..J.l': f tj ::: f" r. i \t i L i' 'l. > e M

t''' f4u their I wru.1| l palter. : :: I 'elt. ':. I'.iu'J.: :"'II lIt'r.nC C'ritteiiden. Ky.'Siteenl !' t-:ll"ll'h"II"g-r'iph..; and ti j I Ucord i '1' .. .

-) (- 1\0. :'.. I K. ed It would strangle before we could j tlth! ::d alllIllIO J ( ) ( ) ( ; ..
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1.: Ii T. "'. Peacock ot Codianut Grove. Jail. "--1'o baancrJah. ; .."i :ret a doctor. wt-jrive: i: ILL Kinnr'i; O.INI Phonograph- 6 Kecords =fir liono I1V- l '. -MCI
'-Ioca-h from hAI- New Di'i-overy. which ;gave: ijiiick|
; last year shipjhMl 7..o rrat*s of pepper! t-mtii-rte tax yi\r l-w. l>i .:. relief: and peruttnentlycured' it. We | for 4.1.;, It t' %JJII l1 f li lllj1jftflllljfllllThos. I II
h Irotn \1-
Jan liicu-b
k from' one acre of ;ground. This year enbrrtr.furrsr! I I':'*' '.", ;ad alway- keep it in the house: to pro | Record-, j per dozen.j'jXeverOut j ,

he will do still hotter tram the acne JHII.S--TocH-n cram U'AIrmbrrlru tert our children from Croup and I
t 1'ateutOil I
1 jrarlM'l 3"i-: ) WhoopingCou'h. It cured me of a I Lamp ;{ mi

i: piece of land.I'ngineor Jsu1t'suitcrrtiftcates: cnali Iran tax... "'; isKb. chronic bronchial trouble that no ; Morgan & Wright; ln-ide Tube 1 C. Watson & Co.. Jt .' 1.\ J'", -II' ,

;' -)clIt (- .--lu ca-h from insuraucr other nmfodwould relieve," Infallible No. 1 I. le-t! lJ.laIity. . . .. M> | the leading He ti K-tate: A/. 'I r- ik ti"ll lie 1
>
yY Frank Hiitchinson was recently on scbool building ; for Coujrh*. Cold-. Thrmt i ill the worry .!! r- : .u.J' r- "f jniui'i tin .l
F- l''i"heb (.. )Second-hand t Ladies' '
:No v; apd
and Luna; trouble Vie and I.IMI. owners uf ;pr .l'-r'; .' :i..iii/e! t } '}fJII",1/ Iliiluii i 1'iitThe
hit the head from D'AIfiiitwrttf
on by a wood rack 7-- roca-h (tents' Hlcycle rall ill iu
!
!
tat }>ar iAO> 5AFebTucsh : Tri.llio ittles free -itC.. A. I )'Aleut-: rc.rltillg of tlieir'"ii-! ..- aid t1.. clection i.
while looking! out the -ab window of from A. 11.IJ'AI.'Lbtrtl' bertt"II 1 !1 :S.' 1'al.tfoxtreet.. price Crum..H :.j tl' !ttaJ, \ ) / of t'-eir rei: tH- (" n-ei ii- ino.vf tit \tn//it, < > a

; I !I l.is (engine near IVnsacoia, and >-,.. >ctr iws .. from. tax. "*'. '",-(l.t\i.j e.III'IIIIt\ t'tlH cninen ,

I riously injiiivJ. i-lt. Its: WAIUt.SI'AIO.. r'l-hinK' Tackle: :Sport; nnr and I j Their cliar: re- are very reas.uabliter ". ((IIIiu.v.v their I" \/1/ n
I HALF FARE TOLOUISVILLE
f Athletic (iood* of All Kinds.Morgan .
-c- l.ilivi K Wtard.I."rdl"D1antlIIUI..lljt' 11ten1xi'i1kou1 .
ieul
in inriaber ;1i' It. : : & Wright Double Tire ]If\ "( coolfrs Hint ifo nut "J I
Mrs. John Mrh.r and son. of Jack- l.IsJT: .lllO Mrjtt, jtiQltur VIA L & N.
-char) Sol ill i lan i Set . ;5H ; ; il/t in wnhtri with ,1
Miinillp. WT poisoned tram eating u'litite ice at tie U'lllis
1 .''I.S K CiMik. po.tmrc < 'aCt ,
fanned : >||-. N K Coo, upt .",..ry 1m i Ill i -- I \ llanlirtire erlu wmtuct Tint>, '
t? tonpuevhilo at a picnic reftntly. 1\.:>. Im.ly rrt-fi, punting Now Is Your Time t'o..v. order will

sl t} 'iiify: wild I recover. cliuul notice Ia' .COfNT \.\110\.\t. 0)\\ :: toat 1IU""fl' I
l 1.: ;iviipacola I.H i 0. for 'TIO'I I Mail Orders Promptly Handled. I I know you tuve: 'tift fln...t do,? iutill afoOlut tim
-)1Ci (- (JI.
'bool0. I : ::r; : .VVgive
'i 1 .', 1'J-OI'U; 1'\ HT\'. .\I>HII, ::. : -Et-ti''u. but I.* I"k- .Irlll' .
,$. ,i Harry \\ ..!hb, of l't'nsa'ola.'lIu ha.sbttn 1 I.'I VV Il'lraCo.rtpsuiugautrrpuprs icnoola 1, I, ;!' itr.l I I\ \ him .1 d..-.. of !>".tit \"ltlf'ur"

1 l't'n'ln: : about four years in the I" ..nil< 7" 15,11; HO\D TRIP TICKKTS: I i I and he will look better F'. H. (true.*. The f us.'et &tf .1.. '
1J I.e..':.. Knowi Kro, inur- l ;fxtdwild'ulrar 'I I! ,
f J phosphate", mines, has been vT>ariloii<'il HUCV onciiuiii. .NU 1 i'I iIJC.'l. < will be QIl sale on MarchGlth: : and :l-t II ..t J. I I* p. I
I: Mrs I Ji-nnif Torr"ncf, F. B. Bruce I Garden fools in entile
tt Ly the state board of pardons ,rwentlyIK janitor icbool ;0.0 74 12m' and .\prilI-t at One Fare for the '' ; plea..aII.
killed a man and was coiuicteil ot 1:1":... )!Jr-ntiie Torrrnce I Ikcrubumg I Purietl/'iul! at NJl' liottmnfiriccfi
fur tcbool :So. Round Trip. These ticket will be at the {Willis I .UI r.f>.i r t 'tt wat ,
1'-, manslaughter and sentenced to ten 71 .. .; ..) \ llanl- ....py ta fli-t, .
I.\'o.;, Nr.; ,\>i I'ub Co. prmt- limited for return NOT LATER than 15 S. Palafox. I Je ? .t. j
years imprisonment. inn nnancial ttateinents i I icare ( o. .). I "'''pll.. ..
and school 1I0U:". S to'' I Il April! .1. lilrr.For \ .
-c- l I.MS.: J..n..rOD Jone. jan-
A very told" robbery occurred at Itur school No _' h' K)> i further information call on j
l.KU.T: 1' Anahton, rrp.itrstoboul I ?H 5'2S25CS2:: 5H5B5B5P ::;;:57?Sfcn
IJniona. about ten miles from Tampa. No III. 1 tu ,
' R. MT.LKTl': : r.
r U.4..11..0:0111 Journal. I HNNI...N..H ( /" "" te / >? ..................
tt : Thursday", nmht.: and as consequeure vriutmgobuol. Duller ll0J I Ticket Aifent. n' O__ -J'' .
1 t r, 1:*._"), .' E lira..ner, w otid or I -J.
I Thomas Lala tourist from dunintut for cbool No 17 4 n.I'o. > J. \V. Ll'RTOX. i New i New
I i ::
I :
who has iMM'ii spending| the winterin .$. It..oryowltb., wood lt1c? w2/fa/f I
lug school Nu'J 1 tO1a.1 :! D. 1'. A. :'.'.n5t | .
the roniniunitv. was relieved of Murk II urd. hauling i

i {250. in ca-sh. While he slept his room desksnal=. 1i;; rrpsrs. seboul :, I, I :: Oxfords. : | ) :_ : Neckwear:

I l.xni.: r K K."lon.001I for rnTr.rrrjj _
was entered l h y thieves.le NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFor | .
drool -Nu 4i .! .
l K .................. .
; !:)-V-, E \Vanl. baUnce! nil : ; .
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luiieaije wad per diem a- Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chap [ $gft in .*. ........

The Jasiwr; News says thata few mnitr 1.0 ter 4888, Laws of Florida. < 3 HScs SHS H5E52S 25?':;2Sc S &
!1\0:11.: !! C K iligduu. wood I
: tgt( ilajg ago Harry Tom li n-"n. a worthy ....tI rrpstracbuul -:; 7*. Nfitio i. li>rtit ii\cn rmt! h T Maura l
>. i. tutored citizen of this town applied l I'I"4' MiMmnie Lowfii., lJurch i"r of Im' i 'rrtnc : liachTk'salary 35 no :: : : \ iln'i-d Iii.- :itli OMn( Apin.
l.1 k' to Judge;; JohiiMin for some legal) adiie. 1 i.>.>', MIISertua Cokcr. A. It.. Isn.!. II..I i.-il I -aui'rIUcati n. injUttiCf. \Ve have Just Received a New and Nobby Line of SILK WAIST'
trinrbrrti.nry ;(i u and llHIIIHilf HpUIK-Ht'.oIl I..r t.'It'
r, \ His iase was that he had l.W'>, Mi- ...>.i" battery, dfrd to i.-Uf in n<....ir.lniicp .. itli Ina.aid I
+ rtO Mil security for Rev. l.m-kftT. a col- l.-Hi'h.Ts'samry gu .e crrtidcatr iiilirrtcfth lluwinK d..- for Easter Trade 1
rs'.I .: !.fts'i.: Mrs N u Ihuma-. scnhMl proiivny im.tril in Kicitiuhm'ruunty. in Up-to-Date Designs and
: t 1 moil peal her. Ins house rent to the ..IIcb..r.llry: ....... j:. u' MonilH.. u.-wit. Lull n. w. Colorings. *
( will Mr J W orlvy.trmbi mont No.HI- ji. 1 -.f K. :.n, W.. I.',r..l'I: 'I I
t 7 } \la amount of tli. and l-o<-k.-ti wouldn'tpay .r'alary. i'J *v ,, H. m. Imont soec.. r<. 1 J s K. 'a, \\ ; '
"11\,11. Harry ;::U.:'.l L haircbild, tract Lots 1 and :. U s4, hrlmout >0. [<..<:. ts.'r. J
': ki i It. The judge say": .-r,' .lIillry. I:, '.. >..It. :." \V. Lots I l.'i to ju. K. I."... .s..l.. "X .T I LADIES' NECKWEAR. 50c. 75c and
F' 4 J' is UxK.-tt the ln>?t man? "Well. I >n;:>. yilss. Jo>ie Kob..rtIfacLrrs -. :s.. n.Y' W : l.ot, i.: to ::-.'. H.IIII.OI'C.. :.;. r. $1.00 apiece
' ;, ?*...ryHfilMli :. i;a +.. K. .. U Lot 1H r.! -. sc. .'.i, T. e's.. H.
t j my adore i... Barry" remarked the : ttitbop. ira.'Dnrs' :V' W.. nil to th'. ny iif Pm-.tkCuiH Tn. a.dIind 2.000 YARDS SHEER FIGURED ORGANDIES.
... .
t Milary i.n IH-ID: n -'rd at th date of the i>tune I0c yard
u' and : him a I Iknaan
"that cur
judge \oil ;no 111.:: II"l U Mciiar, ul a ui>iic 'rtinoa>. in tnr nadir or (
ii ; :IHH! p-nt'-el\ whipinne.! : Hany d,-. traohcn' salary a 51' slims" *. t'nlt.aatd c..rllll;'n'l
j'i 174: :MtMatter K t'nab. tan W -dmiifti nct-ordini to ln.. m\
i parted and l in al< >ut an hone the new Ir..... trs@hrr'saftTy 01' nIEtb derd Kill ".u.. thrr....non thr .> ti dm of i IN our Shoe Department you will find a Large Assortment
( : ". ;\11's Ida tlubO I ,. April. A. 1'.1\4'. I INVane I of Infantand
,
.7 =.1 t amt down to the l t "lnrSpan of tl'lIcbl'r"oll"ry.' 4:, tl, *- my I1I1DllllntJ orncla! -.al l :!tii' a'ith |I
that Harry and 1.0d..dt had just By balaut-f ... .. I........' sf1.W day o! March A. U. 1\11 .' i iseal Children's Slippers, Strap Slippers Oxfords and
town -- ( ; :1.V IOIIL.AS. i iClrrt I Southern TV -
tight and that Ixxkett had ju&t :"il-H-K" circuit: Court of t cambin tKlorida IIULI\ ,
i lat a .
i ...b -.-To hataace .. I.;;r'y> by B. H. m nr..s.BARRAXCAS. 1 in every width and all kinds of leather possible."Ultratt
naturally fat Harry up. The nextl 1 Guilty mat the IItI.\ tatment is corrict _"11)a&R4tr' V..p.lIY' Irra .
hronshtr. a, shoal by iiimutes and tr"a.urer'-
I
i > inornins: the 'umhatauts'f'rL' fport.: \. I p.:. 1'..,,.Ksecretary Oxfords for
Ladies."Haywood"
|> lioforo the mayor to answer to thotharpe and !"up..nnl..nd'nl. lORT : Fla. March ,'l

1I I of fighting when the -mayor inquired Tliisilt .12: :wi. li!-.rj.-?ealeJ propo.U- I
V Interest l..ilipr-. triplicate, will b" received until
if they wished! pntcnro a law. Mother li"IIY' -.l' Powder Low Quarters for Men.
,3 for
( Chllrtren.
11 ::itt' a. in.. April 15. I ISrj fur con-
Curt-
11 ; jer to d.-iVnd! thorn. "X !. sir: rj rlbln I'isordfrs.lrvrrislinf.ttl Creak up i nld ttomacb. movt'and -triictin_ Ordnance I 'rair :"hop. .,'

.ip' j liked Harry with an unmistakable! rcgulBt for marts a.d |',.""tro.rm. > Jo.rt PickenFla.. I"-, reserve !,
I \\ .. .. Then luurlai! .
.
Her '
-i-! j ju,1 .... n i trtl- right; to reject or accept any or alii;
earnestness ,n hioioo. "no.: nu utai. v> dru iti?:.. ..v.ample Pairs Pants
; nia.leJ KRKK. AdilrrfsAltru :-0. ninisiJd. propo-al* or any part thereof.! Information 1,000 Boys' 25 and
la\\ .rs a. 50
a J pI right ahead 1'had > 1.,1:0)-0.: Hirni-t>d on application 751.

rice 11"11:11." Envelopes containing; propo-ais':; 'i'
; IK Hrir: in Y.'Jr' "Id trav-Un; :s trip -i.ould De m irked "Prnpr-!ala for :
t .
r' t 1 Know One *nre Keraoily tied Vice ttieui Hud at F. B. Hrue' C'in-trur-ioi d.ljfB'edV: F: 3W. J. &

111( 1 t..1 in obttIl\t: c. .s. I:e! 1I&n !: r.1lf.&I-Ui Big Repair t-. COLt::


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DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26, 1903 :.

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CHINESE REBELS ARE CONCERT FOR


OFFICE OF CHRIST CHURCH CHOIR I


DEFYING THE DRAGON' 1)-.":) ;I a. THE 17:7Rhod GDAIRAL


t Island; ,\..enuet The Greatest Throat and Lung Remedy I i
A concert wil: be given at Clutter'si

KtvcJutloll Spreading to All .""'- "jy'.e' i,i Music hall Tuesday, April 1 for the

t WASHINGTON benefit of Chri-t "hurch choir. Refreshments -

Parts of Empire. r and dancing after the

.I ,3 p .P" Id 1 concert. Tickets 25; cent The fol DR. C. J. BISHOP of Agnew, Mich., eave: "I

;;;'S's IS FAST APPROACHING 1..116..r.l. __ Lowing; program will be rendered : have used FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR in three very

-- Chorus. lever cases of Pneumonia with\ good results In every c.ase."

;n DoTiinaticn Has Displeased Feb. 18 1901A. Duettfc: Mr. Dorr and Miss White.

Also Do. Piano Soo-Miss Covin:; tou.
Allege
: r BxerlThey:; R. Bre er Co. ,
:Solo: -Mi? Mollie Jr( llt.
,.,. Treachery and Have Threat.
? Chicago. DUf'ltt.-\le-rs. Garfield and H, CURES

tj Oxeitnrow the Powers. Gentlemen : -- I have Anderson.Intenni"ion.. Prevents I


,. I I':. j'.. IanhIarcus:: : used Coke Dandruff .
I'ianll'olo-Miss Leonard FOIEY'STAR
'kohauici merchant who
t
Cure for the past =
1"lo-\Ir.: Hilcott Anderson.Hole .
Kam : I
tic: *uanur Marti is ==-
year and found it an -:Miss :Maclay.
< aniiii; nidfia toesv::
excellent prepara- Male Iluartettere-. f.itfif-ld. Coughs
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,1.i -> ana auiuuuiiiuh tu. th Pneumonia

i iilii-ru China tion. A i.dc-r-on. Ilu-htitll: and AndersonChotti

-.
it.in iuttrtvix! '.1\ that ColdsConsumption

p 'iorts of Ito < ai t ,i Zf/C and

'l.\ ,. re K J i" nut.! t i1! .. "' 7 A CIBSON CALENDAR

....L.h: i1m<1. : l Ili i ->'. \at ENTERTAINMENTT Croup

"IT' "'ill. HI"I'i .: x

1.i ,l Mi Mill s-.m tin I.'j!> -
11'.1. !.e Jtuiiiir Guild "f ( '!!lri-t cliurcnAillirivfa EY Bronchitis
i star M li> h.li.: 1.1: D'\h'wbtftI. -, _
: (tibn\ Cil"ndir mt'-i- \
., h
wt1 .L. Ira :. i.> .ii.:
tainment .1* l'lutt..r'Iu"ie: H ,ill mi
,I.I! \<. ,hl! hl'll1)1 It!
ALLEGED TO HAVE 13 WIVES. the: >>veiling, of April with inti:ic. 1'newnonia
I: aWUIUUltlu1.! linen u un 1 r.frphuleIlt'l'lckd' Always gives I
------
I l'i till' Idlll! 1 '''J centJl"in- mber the d ite.lion's .
C. C. Nelson to be Tried at St. Joseph,
:s tu Iai IiI
Mo., for lliis Pleurisy
Bigamy. :
I II.! tin-} f'JI.aUtI great

.i'.:!,,!ni..tiuti St. Jus'-tlh, :'III).. March: -."..-Christian Wecitfer One Hundred Dnll.ir-:

1 on the C. :Ndsou.: railroad umstniitor ward for fur' core: of Catarrh th.it
i 'all: l > Lll Grippe
\v i tIJDI i : !> i..alt and horseman alleged to have 1:1! cannot be cured Iv Hall's Catarrh comfort and

wives, is in jail hcrt on the charge, of Cure.
.1 i.41.1111; I'tlW- F. J. CllKXKV.: A; .t). Tolwl.i. O.'e .
bigamy Laving just been brought ,
in
:: :' .: .it-i n in-lit vcs hoarseness
\\ the tindi r-irued; han kii'iwn relief in
.r. i the. rt-lii-llion, from San Antonio, TYv. where he was 1J.: Cheney, tor the Ii-t 15; yar,. I

..: -,u.ti. (1 I with the arrested a few days ago. and "..liHIldlll perfectly honorable

". I. .1 ticountry! I Nelson I! will he tried in St. Joseph !in all liu-tm"'. trailactionand advancedstages Whooping

because; the \\imian most active in his (financially alil- to carry out any ob-
I\ i-M \i! ni' bit thousands I
prriWutinnas){ married to him in li;;atioi. made: by their firl11'ES1' .
into Kwani-
tl\ i :n.j: \\ & TKi'AXVhole..ile
this c-ity last Scpteiiil This bride Cough
,
'
ot t1,.' -lnls and the \ Irir gi.t-'T'oledo i 0.
;;;
Mrs. : A. Parker of I'latts-
a', !ii !' iiucs! the rondi was Mary \VAI.IU\CI: IVINNAN ,fe MAKVINVholes.ile ,
bllr;:: Mo. :Nelson: admits having: three \ Drtisiri-t-i Toledo. ().
.:, l> i dh-l.t l. ; all t
"iuents of rofu wives. but. sa>'s the uthc'rt'n are Hall's Catarrah Cure is taken internally and

.. m> ths. He is I said to l.e wanted for actinir i directly: upon the
.. .i' KII ,al. 'unK from Nanc''iow land
bigamy in Chlra,fl. San Francisco. Des blood and inueiuiiurfacei: of they.tem.
\ ,!j. the whole Throat and
,, Moines New York St. Paul Sumter. Price Vac. per bottle. Sold Asthmaof
t UA.UI-: iin a state of by all druirgist: *. tiinoniaU free.hall's .
S. C.. and. Conway, Alk. His j'rclira-
ti.r' r of insurgents } Family Pill* are the best.:
'nary trial will III' held here before
.' ,I' ""'i I The various f LungConsumption
.. the same justice of the peace' win Elegant china closets
",' "'!in'tion of Yuhn ,
.. solemnized) his marriage withIn: .
11 ,I' '! and burned sileboaland leather-
Parker in Septemh.'r.Passengers Troubles
l' 1 tion !1s deiireents I
chairs
seat at Marston
,
"'.
art'
Net Seriously Hurt. fu inn':; Low prices;
:. 1 ,. :.rmodt1./. easy

tt., Chinese Kansas ('ity.Iarl'h :2o.; -The paBens'T1 -*- '){lument:;.
i --- CONTAINS NO OPIATES. --
the Tns "k
m
Injured < o wr< -
---- -- -
i' Is I the ag
..
: '!II ,differ1 near Fraui is. Tev. \'estcrdaar<- pro, ::;.::: .. :. :. .

t.-t..,1.! It't' I grt' sin ; tavurably today, according to PUBLICITY FOR


,' .-, from was a Donohue telegram, assistant receded general here from paiu James-'r THE PEOPLE i Stops the cough heals the lungs and

:
'f r'v." agent of the 'Frisco sisternn! > w.i1-. I
I a passenger on the train. Thl l I.
I t't i LotIon Cent
nuV t.cry'ioul: a (
gram states that none of the |iis-'ii; t
mid K\er: Wrrd is I Head
gets were seriously hurt and that all (
I \ i"ua-: By ".\cr h'ly. t PNEUMONIA.
continued on the trip going into Sher prevents
:.
: :" u- + - - :-_- ---.
- -
Tex.
r ,. man, today.
r In'
J I 'I'.
,!; I', . . .. .. -- ..... .. .. ... -
Feeling Against Wilcox Abating. '-.1 I. lit liirii-r. tin. alma'n
: 11' IClr-l I i>l>l h IlId..r will lee i'ar i. ,.
Charlottp. N. C., :Match :25.: -A hpf- liy riluruin.5 to 11. s. "kt-ywr. ml.:if
.
.,
I' 'MHK against Wilcox is abating ami I .:\Ie)11:1-'I'O 1.1:11)TOSh:1' .
I I. .In Tii 1.11AS--'ahoulurid: fun..- W. A. D'ALEMBERTE *
: l't' many citizens will sign a petition I \ .
Io..r" ">, GUN i tud all Auld. ntpi IUUni ,
., 1 in .nimtitation of sentence to hf- prllp..rIY.r..rlll' rui) Strielctorfi'y -!
:' Kuitrui.tt'ftl., Apply| | to .\. A. !- ishf,
11 nmcr.t.'I1'n seen by a Irient I
'. i .
: 'It "outli 1'lililtox strttl.MUM'
.. I I.. ,.,"'ni"'J .. ',id y Wilcox said: "I will Issue tnvin ---- -- Druggist and Apothecary. 121 South Palafox Street.
tt: .\ luLL.NKoii linpruvtrd real rs-
II !I-' :, I.- to my execution by April "", in iHriff or -in.iil nintiunts HI low _
"ijf intcn"t tall on U--IIM. K. Brooks.ttoru .
rht
,1'I i I' ,'i may h( sure I will not forget
.. >-y at la\\, j!"1'21'i. 1'nlalox s>t., hili'rbuildmg. FINGER NAILS.
\ : "I. Mill inMtMn

\ 'J' IJ : : 'liD\ -I'u you nerd monvyt Lone: 1 h.uN! r! '! i tt.. 1,1.e'1 ; ." .I' e

Miss Randle Elected Sponsor. '. liuriu amount what f I "
.\ nay you I artistic tt-ii. riSUU't.' r= \ i
Iotlaon H-ii'st tiriiit aiid lowrst rate t> l t
I ,.1 '. :Monumiit Ala., March 23.; -The anyw btTf .htl"lmhl.nn .inpro>,eii city rcttlbtute : Short! lIailtl.ill" il.it,( .it, ) :

!...: ,1'I il-.iiia diMMon Suns of Veterans ( -fnnii. \\ in. tt.ttrrUt; sjoutb lu-tt Ft'aeltret. ItiUii-itf a waK "' "I' i'- =, !) .- 1 I :(..,v.' J : : .

, : I.a: \i' ,,i )U rted as their sponsor at the! -- Lt'tt: nail<' UI i : i "- ,- r i

1 II' illa! n'union Miss Lucy Powell Ran it uu w\\r ni KOKKO Itt, E\' '('I''bi..,- i tc t" 1.., .. :::: ; ';' 03'; ,
1 Invst Ia.urt your property pro- .
lIIun..y. 1
., ..I nf \'niuJIlJ'ings.. She is the ]U h't
, \ sarfHtistriiots of tllltI, buy or st-11 real es- 'gnt'al.'i' '.. ', .-.o?' !
of Captain tinc.rcnt property \>t nuy dt- cnpUOI1. fines ; I'" '
ilaiighter
II ,1\}
. I "
)\ > our.K all..od..d Shirt! : !I.J.. -- \ \ ; ninl sink ::1
rents collt-cti-J ur your tuxr> toI .,1-
::1'I "'!!' I
\ ', :Tans in the state, who carries. an cola K'-tatr r'lii. ChHrRt and !ln-uraio", u"d,.rntTi a.lIts.i f veryonwvtbo IVnsa- hit'i! i t d.! -' 1-. I . :'- I

1 :',lily -Ireve as his credential buys H lot [nun u- w. will Il'ulllllOIl"Y Slii,rt i:,i..v. :: .1 : awl r I! ,. .> d t. -, 7- t j..1 I
\\itti which to build a boust-, dd-lf ,, _
I rurxf "';.t c>r '!1.: i i :' tin- r.l!L. .: t'Ii. "' 't I '....." ..

f 'I 1 hr<.t% lit;; Mrn Ot rrlmiirtl.Iii barbarous. 'I.x 1.1.. .1I ;. : t\. \ :.1r'C1:1): . ._ j ., r< nl'.I..' !h i : 1',..'',INSl ; :>I. \ .I\, g,

:tut!! 'i' :It: Siit.iiid: the \\"AM'r.i-M: 'i, to l"ura Imrbf triid'-., : Ii' I ..."I |I'i i i .,- 111:lk'. -".. I 1 tir p' t \ i .Y/ ",
ivvtiil which cost Jonah soan > \ thoroughly! iiruflual trlurltaKhybit.chuCtprrt 1/ -.y I
I''11.1. III :
; (
> ;1U1I.I..IIImtr..unn,. >. 1'i: .. ..r'" i i;" i ai'!! i. 'iiii.il '
in-l rUI'
o'J
be-I
,' I II '!i !UK n.;: nil-nee.. When a ship etc Only tno iniiiulimiuirrd, PU'ltI"lI. tl..I in: i"'i,_ 1. .,.'. |1",1ptt: I ii. i il I.' : ; J)) I
I ti-ual to / '' ;: BEAUTY
aloll' it was wtmibatur-
IIUarl\lIl".dI."I'Ir"'I'IIIt'd.
.
.1 iv 111111(1.1-: _
i ., '
diseoseriII: iliplonn.niui'Ml l' d. CataliiKUc! tuatiedfre'e' l ly Ill-Ill |I. l .l.t I Ii I --iTtlllllI.miu .'j. --. ''I.
1t '.1st I li.t> t. r tL' pariioseof troul.lv MoUr Itarlu-r OolleKiNt.w Orleans, !' i II: i1:: 11" MI' I I! 'lu'aicii: _.' : ... ; V > 't' IS ONLY SKI" DUP *D COOOr.
,,tie \\.i r""I'oll"ihle for tile l.rt. IIlium'I'tIC I ___ '
flit any! -> r.tl s'.ii'ii.i r.; > -'IUl't. +ii", ,'!! I' t '* .l./'N DRESS IS ONLY CORSE DEEP

\" ::.in!, tin-...IIIilIo'IIIII'IlIst'a,1 man upon whuiu the of lot human .. _.. Ill\'l'. .. ,. M_', t11y I, 'IL'1 :hi-i.I' : "' .1 |1"1''.i' :I. .Itt\ II .* "- *C'r"<-.9,: 1 .,; Thf refor. a" in ir c

,'. : \\ .1 to !Jcl'tI1I I J.'ott KKM'ry di">irubli- -turc onMiu'.li to tilt 'I.! I.iiti- 'I/O! -'., ami! !111',, II '> "'- p-rfe tracing caf.t' \ AI jjrt th
sometimes
I''r :.us d! >?-, used l'al.ktoIuft, II"W iit.-t.-upifd hyU"IIII"r.1 (...
It their kbNU1.IJ. : di>niir. R"-adv occupancy LUll: iiuii. ur.u.ilfiil. tini"; : il
!. into the sea With liy March I I. Apply to I ,,1..-r Kcul .:,Iat" I I.1, : : : STRAIGHT FRONT : : :
!.N' 0' I ;4in.v..i ti'- :iiiiiih i'alafoxtrect.; tint! bluish m IIp'urall" ik-imti- Ir-
1 I liar: '. r c-ulatiuli. 1.0.11 tiailecl invn a.il \' "' '

.t, ei, 'I 11 IM I iK'fimr. i-ou !"o.\.I..I_ :. -- 011 are 1 less critical and lanii- :' 1 i-s Royal Worcester corsets !

j : 1' fI : "Th* income which he forfctetl! by 1 II'iR S \I.K-A di'iiniiilfl 1111''''' of propt-r- siuiLililtthan! those with sU"ft ii.. ,s.-

.1, r further tiou ion 10- Woiuuii's Ufc. s ratltl,.

I "Oh, no! It WaS: one of those! in- rnmtUui apply ut NKWI: ullu-o or to 1'. at the same price have been paring fi.r
you pcvirtr
.
to lire without Miiliiniy.l W t--t l tiait- tr -t. JITIJ
C'Dulls that are easier CYNICISMS.How ones and why cot have the best l Ask yu .r dealer.
't sn within."-Town Topics. i'UK ALK-l'Do most dctaritijln lots ID ,
i- IM i hInn. I 1 the city on ray term. b>' the Usher
h.*,,l Kt.tHt Agrncy, :!t.4'. outu p..t..r01 n prl lo\cs to c"tif,., to h,-r Royal Worcester Corset Co.
ilia
I }' I-aim
A Itnmbnrdmrnl. itrfft. lover that! she has fccwiil 1 <>'i Ss.i; :"iA '
.
I'. Illeach i! _,\. tiiit !.. %\'ant i-ii. 1'ri'ticli (girl niarrk-s for t'i:, I' ..... ., WORCESTER MASS.

1. I'uriMilxl hunk Prol|)"-.llon. it gives her; :AinorK-au ;:,n I., .:: ,'a
gentle111u11t1 ., Acr N rs I'r \-11"1:11: wurks.ll teeth f1tl' ..
'' her
': i ill rnpul st-lliT-. l.ilxinl i. nu.. our gu.iraii- to get

ttlf IHIX.l : ti.il 1 Ull'li-tt NTA1l'1N nmili'd: t'olton-pcviulty"Sinmn le-itin If you want to seta WOIIMH IM i "i i

.ml ot t'wl ;criti\, "btiihli-Urd: 1">.>'p I"S arrl'lI1.., \tw animated, j:I.t lur to tell alj"Ut tl- b.' .. .

ill: of c :j 1 rk Toned she Las kttow'u.glow I
lull .
l s t
I I t7V ,"T K: \
lat.
I ....\\'A'l'JU.. would si.intmen tart ""t of F.verybody a rlH: to a little ",. .. .
i. tli I "'. \ 111.1 I:, -- ----- ----- N .1 a I
,.. \\-ANl F:l'-R I :" !liable man with .11I1111' things if they did not say. "Uh, don't piece of this earth. Hut t'iey mutfi I' ,I* I, I At I .1 I.
I'"N :0' 1 .t fatuity to taM. charge otiii ill I.trini ,(ht for it. Tic .y mu-t watch) their "1 ,. i.- ..f r..''''i nIt a po'.r. t .
....i :.'" r ., .r : ai oily. Apply in persnu toV'm. lobiiA It'ill'l''r. thlll;: you bitin tUpu- chance to gK it. and it, : .. l ii.. .M i 1''it I.. i H'| u' i.J I I. .'
,. .. mji if iftt i '.- It.'tr. ,I..r. .. ,
.. s n. ters.-Atthibotl: lil'Jloe. I i : nr "t
> tl _
? .
.
---- -- -- -- -- Thos. C. Watson & Co. ,, l rir-i It.ilii i in n.i I.r M.l" .r
: ,1 t .- .'' :.. \ .'\ TtIIt""I: solicitor; Nut pay Having a Run on' Chamberlain's Cough I i I. i."d". ..n tti.- 1.1 ilnv nf AI''I.\ I' .K'.
1 \ > good .011I11I1..11 to right Oil".1- Remedy. I have some particularly fine bargainsto ur ... "..'ii iirrruftrr.. '.in. ran !.. b..1.Iflr I,
1. K
dris11..,cure tliioffice.. raft oiler ju-t now, and they invite I .chnrtrrinrorlor.Ung'IIII MKTK'i- t
,-. : ..1tu I between: : the hour* of eleven i 1'1.1IAt'Ufl'ra.r"IAI.c.nlhl.ruun| : e
people to set wliat a you to come and investigate ame. : tv Matol Horl.J<., a ci>riiuri Uiili. nut for
'Iti r i iNI'!> ol 11I.STEU-The machine I can cell for o'clock a. ni. and eloMtijj; tune at' You will never regret; having done 1.,111.'

l.t let ca.!i. \udreas.1SiS.l'a/afol "M. night on Jan. 2.:>th, Ifwl, A. F. Clark. !50. I tic object Of t'll MM'lrl, 1>,111.' lif ('ui. s
d1oll tl'.IaIlIl1r. clKr- of
greater "1'1.10111-
t; I ru;gi-t, lil.1depntl: ,-, Va.old ''-lemll among tin- dif!..r.iit f'.rri,ol.iii J
1 \\rANTKU-All kinds of empty b..HbC welve bottleof: Chamberlain'5 by haying .I >-nt. ..t our poptit.Um..nd Ibr "rli>4'mi
W {k > YOINULK ttl.l. .S. A. KKIIDMAS. oovvtt. Cough Remedy. He '-uy, : "I liver (1a\.e\ 'loner\ ; t Ktb"r of congenial 1 .pull. for Iiupulps
} -- -- ---- '\ | .f o inulUHl imir ; i
SPRING TIME. : f "Ol'I 'I'HY. handled a medicine that sold better your flirni.\ tii-inli"ri in tiKOt-Vdlfi till>..rm frali'mat
{ ...,....,.... --- or gave better satisfaction to my tare at Marston Qaina's ai.n li'-rury .a\ HMiiin.i 1 '
CUMB BROWN LKUHOKX sale. cu,toiuers." Thi Jiemedy has been I:,.tp'ilfu..y. i 'i
vl feeliny.n O uclu.I".lyolocSt and Eggs fur Great Furniture ( M ..III' > t
Iv- t' II m> Leaveordrreatw'llltsHardwnrel'o're gnat in general use in Virginia for manyyears BmpoI .
wjH1. I,
',' ,i --i pli'-i. i-s a there well I ,
and the are
people II M HAHHHI
:
t ikr :i tew doe: of _HAIR__.___(. O)1)-_ 'n.-, acquainted with its excellent quali- i, MJ -. t, ,
":"n.u'h HitterIt i- KS.n SAKAH HKIrUKManuiactnrerand ties. Many of them have testified rium.CASTOR J.iii v WAI..I'
:: in*' to ,
11lIIaladl lI Oil,etc.,:t'v H'. Government I cambia luty.Htnte J.
'in'r, and will cure ,\ "- A / I Ii effected. When you need a good, I /nn..l. f
I itreet.
,, :: .inn, or reliable medicine for a cough or cold, \
I Iltllll'\ iitiiMi.'. Try U ... Fur I.uu''ul... For Infants and Children. (:ANDY tAT11ARTIC W
the 1'luvc.'c...... ......- i or attack of the grip use Chamber- I t'i
't .11. ..ltull.l| liter -'LOWEK.S FOR- KUNKKALM furnished lain's Con h Remedy and you are ,1 The Kind You
Have
:t 1" "You soy t1..it the !Pride and proem C promptlYCDbougnetsorepeclaldrstgneKlee certain to be more than plea*ed with Always Boughs I.

down at little aitej had to be sent to Vlolette Moreno, XX: Jvdlmi the quick cure which it ailord. For I ;1

: IUSTETI1TER'St) the hospital\ soen after the marriage phone S'-'V. sale by all druggists and medicine Bears thet3lgaattue // tor. s w ij
.
that:" < r i-'i-owiiii" dealers. of et sag f1nw
ceretiiouy. llow was ..._ }
1 Genuine C C C !lever sod 1ft bulk
Floral Le gnl- stamped
"Why. sutue of their friends thoughtIt FLOWERS and '' NNERiiL 1I
'B ttt
A V E
I
t CUT designs ordered for customers.Miss Beware of the tti'tt vho tries to sell : ,
would; be luckier hI throw old hors b.11i'eet I I
:
Moreno
Bitters I tlioes." I I pl1one3l1.Vlolette Gregory I Ihe I i moat healing salve In W wort* Trr THE SEW Want Column. I "lomethmt jut u (ood." ?) < i''


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DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26, 1902
THE
A _ _ _.
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I >-.- ,.- GOLD DUST, ,
vfNEWS -
THE DAILY NEWS : BURGLARS FiVE DOLLARS A BOX I i -- _


:
I Enured the Post Office at Fensacola.! NOTES
t Fla., ><*cond-cla's matter. -- ",.t the COLD DUST twhts do your work."
ONCE AGAIN With Him. \ (
The Trice Cut No Figure
OFIH'E-l-itri Building :li', Mouth -
i. g aJalox ttrrvt, cp-itair. ..I want: to say for the benefit of -

*otne poor dyspeptic that Stuart's All members of Battery Bare requested -

THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. Harglar* are evidently determinedthat Dy-pep-ia Tablets will irive comfort to be present at the meetingand I
and cure every time. Five dollars a
I. B. HIL-ON. Managing Editor.W. George Bell the well known drill tonight. I Ir

fruit merchant! shall not do Lo=ine"sand The fishing schooner* Edith L
.
:'4. HALL. HuineManager. Conley and Haskin* sailed for the

leave money over night in hi* fishing grounds this morning.The .

ti I Term: Invariably in AdvanceOn ca-h drawer, for they visit that \' waiter!* of Hotel Kcambia ,

i Vi-arb> Mail. .u *:' "' place at least once a month. will give another cake wulk at the ,
BIX Month. MOn The i is invitedto
hotel tonight. public ( .
4I Wet-k. by Carrifr. 1'aYlOII.. .Monday lfiatts The regular periodical: "call" wa attend. ,
_ _ _ _ _ 4c
3. I furnished Application made last night but le** than 10 The barks Hara'liere. Yetavatiand .

(jI) Adrff'fI$1f cent was taken as that! i* all the 'I Car-ten Boe have been added to \ I
the new up. cleared and sailed list 1
TELEPHONE NO. 118. I\
: drawer held. for this port.
__*'
; PE58AOOLA, MARCH 26 1902. Mr. Bell i is firm in his belief that Joe Murphy in "Kerryeer" will I1 1-

"forewarned is forearmed." and ha* be -een at the opera house at an early _
r' i iL date. Joe Murphy i* an old-time '_ft' *
UE.NhKAi.; MlLt:: really ought to taken the precaution to leave: no (Iri-h comedian.The 'I'

ii I. ', be, thankful that he wa- not permitted ca-h in histore at ni.'ht.: This new freight; !'choonrrIaxie:

t I \4i to ;ro to the Philippine* aud alone has kept him from losing anything .' arrived in port yesterday afternoon
retk hiown titiih.C4I.l.RirFL'I1ItPN. from Choctawha'tchie in tow of the
t Pi :as burglars gain entrance -teamer Capt. Fritz. She i owned

,> are in order toIL with little e2 rt. by (hi; Ward and will be measuredby

the Tampa Tribune upon its :;!-p' the custom officers today.
: The work l.1-t night was more expert
,. Proclamation Edition" of : ; ,U"") The lecture of Hon. Wallace! Bruce

\ copie-. tilled to the brim with evidence than the ordinary. The thief at the opera hou-e lat nteht for the COLDDUST

: '\' I of that city's marvelou by going through :a rear alley gained: box would not -top my purchainethem benefit of the Pearl Eagm Orphan's
IjI I Buffer airaiu I Home was s-cholarly and eutertmninsr -
should ever a
I pro-perity. acce-s to a rear window, of an empty
growth Jul fur a week before u-ing them. and it is v..ry"mu.'h regretted
store. Thi !he forc"Jp n and he The -ne wi cent box bought at that it waI :Mitr.ly attcnd-d.
: TilE At.mtJ! ;?u;? ets;
; was then ,t"pped by the! partitionwall. my drusr-M-t'* did the work and mydi''etion At the =e-ion of tile Pre-- A--o-
that the only way to nuke war i- ill ri.'ht asain. E.
Prof.
r ciatiou Tbur-day night.!
i will clean: ar.ythin: cJc:1n:1ble-cJctr.es: : :ad >.c* pts a-a: .J.'
halo straight B to Many I "tiny neighborhave al-o will the
hi
hero keep ? on O'L. Chaffers euurtnn
L
j floors and daors in fact. anytl :ng from :e ar to at'c
I fl gag hiii as -oon a* he ;gtts home. Here it was !his brace and bit came tried the-e ttbletand found and themtobejut Mr. audience with one of the -oloby theedt'brit..d COLD DUST lightens! n\jr; \ lesser.s care
a- repre-etited corneti-t.M: Arb'irkle A
_ The pre-ident'.s reprimand remedy He lx red about i-! holes hi-
)
illo.Inl. timnelU
iutlpl.1y. : liiito u-e
bra" : from the band willaccJmlhulmy
; t quartette Made cr.ly! by THE N. K. FARBAN"X[ CUMrANY.

l1 doerii'teem- to-operate- --;.uecefuIly.-- through the outer ceiling, but after T"IIH.i.lIell exidurimi.uarte: : Dy-pepia; Prof. Ciiaff--r-; Chicaeo New York. Boiton, St. Lcws.-Io.wfS: u OVAL FAIRY SCAP

'1 (i iEoK'.u has uo compulsoryjTimary cutting away the thin woodwork A. Ki.LMsani I CHAF.. Ki//KM,, The -chnnnf'f I)nn.i C'ln-tina! ha*
I arrived from l.igdad where, *he has
law, but :.senator' Clay has A--t. P-t-tnia-ter. >outh sudbury, : :
I was: stopped by the pli-teringon the
t' Ma-l : :*. been on the dockWhile therehe
L4 e requested thetate committee to order in-ide. This temporary impediment MrJa-. Hartou of Toronto, was surveyed and will coniiuue in "

-enatorial primary fora candidate Canada write"For eighteen her cli.., ,Al. She ha-received, "STllOiNGESTLNTHK{ \ : )
4 .f t toucc 'etI 1 him. intending to was: kicked away and the thief went month* -utlered from what I -up- -ailboth! fore and aft. Th- D,mna .

take hi; chance with other a-pir- through; the rear window of Oeo. W. po-.-" wablaJJer and kidney Chri-tina i.; now loidiu:: l-'r Cuban
A troubl", and took medicine from port. The 42d Annual Statement for Year
ant. Collin, ;:hoemakin:; shop, next to
ri: J. three diif"rent doctorwithout any The lighthouse tender Arbutu-.

.1 ; MAJOR JEXKIN* of si uth Carolina B-II'",. -i4fl of cure. I felto ill at l.tt'l while bound out of )tI lolIlI..b.1'- Monday [ Ending December 31st, 1901, of
it. ahl'to d" work.
Once in-ide of thi* wahardly my morning for s-tation in the
getting placethe
r1' i* tJ hae -word preentrd ; .
11 "Ithou.Mitl I box of
t won try a di-trict. went
to hiM by the president burglar; was evidently battled! :Stuart'DypepKi Tablets and ?ee eihth u-hoie; liifhthuu-e the channel and
j ls near now T TH t WITk L1 Ir A&VNfl U & NLY
I if theuld make me feel better
after all. !ith-tapdiug; the little for it "o'J"e'n he walked up and n\'er' thinking I had dy-pep- lie far out on the 1 bank1 The accident ;
really
'Iillman'! "withdrawal.) It wa; due on the Heavy foir prevailing -
I down evidently at ea. He -oon -la. but after only three or four at the time.
41 will co-t S jut'i. contributedpontan tablet had been taken all the acid Assets $331,038,720
{ realized that he in the
t-uu-ly by the people ofF the -tate. was wrong trouble disappeared 'and then I dicovered *- Mr. Jack Hnotun reque-t THE

t: I i place and bgau to work for Jell: I had II id acid dyspep-ia, NEWS totate tint he, ran-> knowledge Reserve and Other Liabilities 259,910,678
ii h.I'IK.\? N for ollice are forbid- while the doctorliad been treating : of the te-timonial a- to the ttli-
i -tore. of the Pen-acoli hot mineral ----
me for kidney aid bladder trouble cacy : :
,1 den by the primary law from actiiiira
,1 q h # member- executive iMinuiit- His brace and bit evidently failed and one of them treated me for water, publi-hed. wherein in his the Pre-s thl"morning' surplus (Frtffl Micli D-TiMare PsiJ) 71.129,042
.. rheumatism."My i name is men
t D tee*. The rea-on iof cour-e. that him here but-hoemaking tool* were d /e..tioD i.; tinp. my complexion tioned. He !says': that he ha* not dent I

i, 'J" rurli committee are charged with plentiful and by the ue of a steel l clear and I am able to do my any of the water tu New Orleans to Paid to Policy-holders in 1901 $ 27,714,021
work and low pim* are unknown to any one.
the duty of hearing and decidingcontent
;:
11 I maul he picked the bricks from the
) me. Thomai New Insurance in 1901 $245,912.087Total
between candidate* ari-ing The remain of the late
L 'tst ; double fire place and went into "I am *o thankful for finding: a W. Finch were cou-i !lIt'd to the

I ; in the prniiarie- Hell'. store by that mean cur -o good and Ci o pleasant to take eternal renting place in :-it. Micha l'e Ins. in force. Dec. 31, 1901, $1,179,276,725
Stuart's Dy'ep-iu: Tablets. I am I'pmtter.terd.l\' afternoon. The

j1F MORE CHILDREN :Showing; a gieat: familiarity: with ,, !urpri-ed at "the change; they have funeral 'was' attended 1 by the local Notwithstanding tile greiter: financial strength; of the! Society aid t1 .

the place: he went direct to the cash made in me. Elk-, who formed an honorary e- grp'lter.curit whic it. p'IIII' '-ljIld..rthert'b) ell; >y t'e U.\FKS i- .
All and collln1PndStuart'
drufritell
rt
cort. The member, had. on the iaI'.1of LOW and Ul'ARAXTEE better than: given, by ther! .
!
con.j'aui--
D Tablets because
drawer and took therefrom a ;small ; .ppp.u their coat, the Elk' crepe b id re,
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FORTHEORPHANAE -- ---- -
'ji they contain only the -iniple naturaldi'etive
number of pennies, taking nothing worn for the firt time in Pen-acola
: *. and taken after meals

but ca-h. The choice array of fruit;. prevent acidity and cau-e prompt KNDTffLES BRDB., Gen. Agents,
GERMAN-LUTHERAN CHURCH
di.re-tion and imilation of food.
Rev. M. Dannelly and )lar*hal cahdie and tobacco on11: sides Physicians everywhere endorse 3i9(, :S. Palafox Street. PENSACOLA.! FI.A \.

; I Creitill'took three cluldren from had no temptation for him. as all them beciii-e they .are as safe for the SERVICES THIS WEEK -
child for the Jult invaluable
a* ; they are -
1 : Victor Sodenjui-t aud wife yt-ter- wa; left untouched. for 5-our tomach nervoii-: Special communication OIL STRUCK:

ji ::1 Jjy. aud tWII of tht'lI1'trl' -(-ut tothe I When Mr. Hll opened hitore dy-pep.j heartburn. g'ion -tom- }:nghihervice Thursday at T.-'to; ::\ of 15. F.E.camLi.I.II it: A.M.. at 7.ft: o'clock\u. YOU. Car, trikt' oil by ZOILJ! ; f.. 11I.
ach and bowels and every form of p. m. ; -ermon on the Lord'* :Supper.ierman 'I. J'n'ur'hl i : furniture !I.'MI-I .'
I ,
.. home f'r chil Iren at :ummer- this morning he found the! tell-tale '. m. Frld.1Y.Iarch 2Mb I and 22Vt.t ...
stomach (
derangement.; ( service on ( iood Friday : Work in M. M.degree. Vi..1 vtrrImm.rttti ;
ei" fltld.The.e. brace and bit on hi; counter and with Communion : invited. We have nothing but ii tr.' un- ti. f
Holy at lur.'lu a. Hillbrl"hrfon
fer in all cb-se.. nf furniture. I DO'. ;
fJ children were taken from turned arne over to the police. The EASTER MUSCATST. m : confe-sjon at lu a. m. Holun.011:11,-, mi... them.
W. D'C. K.>*I.EK. :Secretary.
I the parent; a- an act of mercy. Per- proprietor ha come to a point where Holy Communion will al-o be administered W. M.

roii who are in .i j-o-itioii to knowctate he expects to find hi* store to have MICHAEL'S CHURCH }tter :Sunday night; in Pocket cutlera and .sw

I English at 7; m. : confe-siou at the
p.
I ;7. ri \.vo: 11 :MM: ; sors from tinettt to the
.. that the parent* were not fit been broken into the night previoti
--- 6:31) p. m. Mr. J H.UlJ1dlilJant'XI'Ht1IiaIl0 cheapest at thc Willa
:, the little and and is ; ,
when
1 ;guardian Ir one. reported not -urpn-ed it ha*
Announcement for Holy Communion tuner i i.* ready to -erve the people of Harda-arc Co.
.t this fact to Kev.: Daunelly been. He ha* taken every effort to The ladle* and gentlemen of theorchestra m Hood. Friday morning Pen-acola. Leave order with the

Thi* merciful gentleman who haaireadyorened protect his bu-ine by pi.icing: which will render Prof. and Ea-ter :Sunday night to be made Jesse French Piano and Organ; : C":: "
I card him at iMo
addre-s to
or postal ,
hip great: heart in the : double locks and bolt. on hidoor-, Chafferown composition "(irand Thur-d:1Y: afternoon at the parsonage: Ea-t: Intendenciareet.. 21111.:; .. ..... -.;.c-r- ---4- --- -, ,
r -
at after -ervice in church.J. 0.\ _.
::. rescue of children from immoral and but all to no purp') e. Main F," at the later: Cervices" ofSt. or night ;- ::':.=. ,. ( '-. .
F. W. REIMIAKIH.: 4
unfit i'areIltInvestIgated: tht' re- --- Michael'- church are a- followSi : .. ... (z f. ,i'p .
i You will never wi-h to take another Pa tor.
j",rt and found everything true a- do-e of pili- if you once try Cham : : nor A. Diaz. )1 j.- Lillian J aco. -- -- MAffiTIM 'irM; \ ..no.
berlain' Stomach and Liver Tablet ; '
!It'd. !by. R. K. White and C. L. :Simpson, !
ft'rrf"'t BASEBALL INTERESTON
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1'
They are eaier: to take and
)
.' He decided to place the children more plea-ant: in effect. They violins ; n.; H. Fairchild, double EXPORTS 11- i.rs't: ;
eleane the b.WClFur ale by all For Marcti todate f..i'-; I >7AHKIVED. )
k ,.. f in chrirtian hand. but the parent- druggit- and medicine dealers.: baJoe; J5Ied-oe! cornet ; Thos. THE INCREASE 1

*3(, I. :. refu-nt to part with them. The Iixon.axophone. -oprano; K:..beri .
Span ;l : parent were then! informed that the REPAIR SHOPS FOR Spenceraxophone, alto and Cha pbla to(,ulf IrHQ-ttCo
It tiK Hawkrtburt, U"-v, Holgianu, l.im
\1'f
children would b takt'll from them) Hutchiu-. trombone. XTEHEST in eriL-k to on1d

!; It should condition* remain unchanged: FORT PICKENS The regular choir of 6t. Michael; baseball here I- .
CLEAIIFD..km
: on the incrf'a.e,
:' 9t lout no change a* forthcoming and church will render especially /J"- I[ -cb l 1.\ iliaD M I.a. 11V. KiMkf. by
i f --- : and it will notJG .I no A I..rni .t t'o fir>: r. \ ork. with 10:11.: '
j J: four children were taken In chargeyesterday trained for the occa-ion. the entire : (i be long before '"sft "III' 11...

morniiu.Afttr : An ordnance repair *i/01';' ito be vocalcore withJrch..tral : ::-'
accompaniment.
j .i t. everyone will -All I htlJB High Up Meals !

J die If the little one had con-tructeJ Fort Pickeuat an Prof. Chatfer* will preside ... .... .1 .'J. 'fo. bl' talking of !. -' t..I.i Armani !tea l.x. rpool I
.. ., ti but not high up price*, in il I \:1\>
:
\ early date plans for which have al- :. .id and work ing for
: lu-en dre--ed it ran away; and na ; : at the oran and conduct his ..... i iI good cooking and good -"'Vice *.

f' It : not been found, although -earch reidybeen prepared. Propn-als own compo-ition. z\ >I... D tie port here. I iI I very .'rdmnarcharge.. *.

J k it.-:. ; ha* been made for it. The charge; I4I is con-tructing thi building: will be The program is a* follows : ..'l,..:: ___? __,'....-t:;;. \ Two ing stores: enterpriv have*- Tin :20th CenturyRe1iiiraiit

child in received up to lL:3u:: a. m., April r;. Entree <, f NOTICE[ ij
The m
; made that the being kept Orche-tra. >:::;:_ sC3 Q ttTd prize U8ER8.
( i
.. I liidinc. by the 111<1tlll'r. by Captain W. 1-:. Cole quarter- Vedi Aquam-Uregorian Chant \r \ ::::::;S for rfo-ult.; to be t ; -=

.I The children wereent to Sum- in.i.er at Fort Hirranca The i.f- the choir. made in the contest with the Stonewall ha.. b'- '<.me fanioutl.r.ua' ,'- I ,

l *. of conductor. fk-iil advt-rti-emeut for propo-als Kyne: EI i"on-E. O'L. Chaffer-, -. tier. but deserveto. bi f iv, ,

: ; } tnt'lftl'hllll charge; the will be found in this js-ue. the choir) and orche-tra. The Forbes store has ollered a fine ;. known thi..uvli the mperior 1 II ,

.11. Gloria in Kxcel-i--K. O'L. Chaffer of all It- meal*. ( Cleui.ii! ..
hat to the u an who makes the, be-t ,
.
PRIZE DRILL OF Winter coughs; are apt to result; in *. the choir allllurcht'.tra.Cr..d'JE. d iiiitiueme feature, of ''r r i it!
: \ con-uir.ptiou neglected. They can hit in Sunday'* fame, aud'm.. r'Ii,ma.
1 '.t' RIFLES be soon broken up" by u-ing Folev'sHouev 0'!. Chatferthe choir Johnson & Son has offered a fine .

)! ESCAMBIA and Tar. W. A. D'Alem and e>rchetr.i.Ollertorj : pair of hoe* to the man making the Phone (71

,\-.a.r-it' I'.''" ', '"r..t, .! -- berte.: I l'l I-S.-.Palafox.--- -- -- : -0 Fil-i et Flial. Cre; ,'orltn bet general: average in :Sunday', GAS\ \ RANGE8.Mrs. [ Pearl & Nicolau

: : I 3 I.; ; The K-cambia Kitlr- held their Drink Jung'ti Red Heart Chat: ,:. the choir. game.: .
: :-\Jetu-E.) O'L. Chafferthe :216( :S. l'alaf..x't"lirallid.
t j ; Htlli'UIIIU.iIIllIl.t"r 'Hid prize drill The management encouraged
t-;f ; ,. Beer 10 cents per oille ai choir and orche-tra.
::1 t.\ ;t : '. at tIe armory l.i.t night.Corporal all saloons. Bnf'dictu.E. : Sunday !by the preence of *o many
O'L. Chaffrrthe
. .t hdie The grand -tand has been
:. k 1. Iheenbl wa* the winner
:: : JPIlt'Tal't' Worm ExI'rll..r'ill choir and orche-tra. fixed up in fine tyle. and ladies will ... M, laidluin an t \\vrl lie.inonmrator I ( \ IJach"anil ; .

J, I ('f the O'='1'.1 mid il.l.,1E l.t get them when nothing el-e! will. (into A.'nu- Dei--K: O'L. Oha1IH"Irti ? be well taken care of at the comingame. and ClI"". t\ ill I !>. in Penhaoola !,

\ t 111t'l'I'IlII''U\.It>ci't..l.lttht'I11t'f't- Hruce. :- e. the orche-tra. "Lester" riaiios
? .
for a I u ilajM beginning Mon-
,i4-4r. ------ :
,:,, ; ing to change their drill night from A She Didn't Wear a Mask. day.Ian'J: 1O. and ulll make 'I
GUSHER STRUCK Shake loin Your h"pM a per- I I .
_k-I I' are unequaled in *we<-tn(,-* fi
;-l "4- : I Friday to l'ueday.The at the Hu Furniture House :ai and Hut her beauty was completely Am--; F..I Ea.: ". II r.ttb.,. M-t ...'ores NoDal \ bit! t I i d'uabilltyI'JUl; atand hag II' rut

-i j1' 4A i organization! : of a ;gymna>iumwjalro ii! W Government -treet. If You hidden by oreblotche* and pimp loin!*-fit'iie KuiiinnIngrowing. fct-t At a.l Nmls druht: .oll.nit'ttt and ra II 1:1"1I.IM" ulie will gladly Kite inMirnctiiifii I are preferred by leading u. 1-
I le- tillhe 1
.
u-ed Hucklen's
fail to get a pu-her >If your own. it i* ; Arnica HU'or. :...'. Ask' tlld a\'. '
\ : ; di-eu---d la-t nuht andquite your fault. We will ;'Ush! the furniture :';11.... Then they vaui-hed a* will and advice all lilt rookinj I :; Agency: -Chickentag \\
JJo all Eruption*. Fever SoreKoil Try Dent Dog *< f"r flealice er" and
a number of names were *igned into your tiou-e at unheard of : oap aIHtthef"'fJO'JIIlicaluIJpflf| the ran '"... "Crown"piano*.
I .. low 1rice'b'C have plenty of it III I'lcerCarbuncle* and Felon from and: ticktry Dent's Malted Meal[ .
.
: all it* u-e. Infallible for CutCorn for ?-make bone mu-cle We for In piano-players,'e I Pay' .. AApollo"
; j'' to the petition. __ : style, from the finest to the puppie' hetiak her jour hearty t.o- "
-
't"o 1J.. I cheapest. ''',uro; for birgains. (). M. Hum- :Scaldand Piles, Cure juir- nerveFoley's "|"ration In tie matter tor our inn- geiu and "Ct'C'U
,. I'rvor anteed. :Sic at W. A. D'Alemberte*. I
I' Old loldier't ( perence.t lil! r?. Palafox -treet. Honey Tartorchildren.safe.sure. oat! inreresis. and jou \\ j iIIlin'l|| | |IPr alatly I The celebrated "Victor Mai:
\ t t 3 'f, M. M. .\u.un. a civil war veteran and I Talking Machine, the fir.'.-t
'r j of Winche.ttr. Ind.. writeM.. Easy to Take A'o opiates. worthy ofjour .rl''n. I world.
( Juarantefd to cure any case of
;,' t. wlfr "' aIVk' a long time inpiteoffinni mange with two b'lttlef; ladie -kins ViolinMaud .
Cleaning and din-
but wa- mangecure. ( ; wait; Very amdreduced .i
I' doi'tol'itrratUlellt.
.l1 jJ (: wholly i-urrd l I-y Dr. King'* New Easy to Operate F. B. Hruce. i* one of our specialties. Star Laanory. r""Ilf'ctfully.Pensacola I price-.

I life Iifl'hicli worked. wonder* ___ _
lor her :.* .It.:, ." They! alway* d, 1\ ;mf.aT., .!)" ve.ftatle: yet th )righ Try a doen June's Red
t jroir.it hea'.thfi: at\'far .ry- Ice cream freezers that Gas Co.
'' W. A. The Clutter
Jlnsic fee
.&c
.I I I'rv tun: :, Only at He'irt Beer and r
il 1\lru.t..rtt.* 'r drug s-tore. i-JI! S. Pa-: Hood's Pills you will freee quick, at the Willis i
I' t1vt. have no other. '
afoi Hardware Co.
.. I S. C. F. ZEEK I
"'\ .. Suptr.nterdn. 112-114 S Pi'afox: St.rJ .
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26, 1902. 6


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.ATIs CHOICEST J I!'

1';, HAND THE MAIN POINT. LODGE DIRECTORYKNIGHTS -oF- I :



OF FATE" ac/1 ( 'bic3 tC4 l I I. I Colonel"Well,I.okt Jarllck'ii now uu, the nayerh'myoungfriend. t Lecture blldrl' "'.IO.t -OF PYTHIAS. f FRUITS AND CONFECTIONERY( ( !: f

a Permacola Lodge No. 3, K. of P.,
.1 .," suavely began flunk Jarlick.a I

..,,. 1 me his who meets every Monday even ] '
\ t 1. :.MI 1 moss gruwnrkI1J.tl politician Caitle Hal I :
log at7:&J at I
.w' I aulll .I..u htera I had dropped In to visit the school at In tbe Blount Wauoi APOSTLE'S

: .t. ..wIl I !ll.fl bleu dl"- I'olkville, "I haw been asked by your Visiting building brethren third floor.cordlkll 0. ;I

.t .11. L w. I. !1'hN.r to edify with a few well M.CAUPBKLL Ciraratit St. i'
you 14 East ,
I I' ..titc from the library H. HORSLSR O.t. I ,
chosen words and 1 don't see how Iran K. K.4 a.
: r"uat. I informed I'mr I Restaurant BUnd | i t
do so iu any better manner than Formerly Cordova I .
; !h.. f at In r a d- ':liloiiiur -- - --
by telliu' you a little stor-ne. my iow A..e Tour Ikldneyi f One car-load of Pineapples at 11.75 I !
luiili.lrin c III fort young friends which Is strictly true Dr Hobh 1l'ltrltofUS IMIUcai-all kidney Ills.8am- to |2.00 dozen. !
hlrr.tutc thuu bet and lm a moral appended."Once pie tree!. Add.rterbneRamedvt'u.'htCiu,(<'urN Y. per .
I
.
.ivwl IIM uiul "aM..1 upon\ a time thar was a vred- --- -- --- -

) for lur hll."Q IIIl Mrs. Helen Farrell, Secretary.C.1'. D., din', and durin' the festivities which Insures The man himself who owns against his own lots home of I F. M. WILLIAMS, I '

,H see on u 11:111. 1.lIt I j fullered Immediately after the happy trouble and worry. Nobody can .

ii of ":lrr)'li' 'z a girl Saranac Lake, N.Y., says to every sick !.f couple had been made one, so to de- raise his rent, and the rent day has CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, '

hcribe the intcrestin' process a broth- no terrors for him. It's easy to owna
I.NI Kb* nun avl cur Estimates Promptly Furnished ,
woman Try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable pr-Iu-Iaw of the bride, who had shameIcvly home now-a-days. Thos. C I.1
I I. tAJUa.1 tub .
cup.ytuttlrr. tell how I
sneaked a large jug of whisky Watson & Co. can you Buildings of All Kinds.

into the house, accused a brotherinlaw i easy it is. Call and see ttt>m. I
I it will
know
." *"M tu lmtu .. i Compound. cure you. -
of the groom of stealin' the said
:
ftllH-r'it ot'jiv unit I I.
I "Dr.\u MRS. 1'IXKII.UIAlthough I have never given a tcsti- Jug: fl'l'lII111111'1' the bed ",'bur he had

hid it and craftily hidin it In another
''aw. and M> lone: ft* I moni :Ufire, I feel: ;it a duty as well as a pleasure to advise sick i place unknown to the original and likewise -

h11'l I MtMlM Kit Lsn4ua I \\ornen to try Ljdia K. Piukham's Vegetable Conipound. infuriated owner of the Jug, for
IIIIJ I
tt.uu he that kind of a .
I aw.h a ,eur...'." lay experience I found it a most valuable remedy for the peculiar ail man was, children emphatically, and had red hair! :, ;.

.tf' rtthu" rule'. r'pll,91tlU ments known only to women. A large number of my friends have: I "Tharupon they fought/ They fought 1 .' rr j

1 "as.e MiI t.... V I""h'r. kaI k-en cured and! very recently a dear friend of mine who has tried a like catamounts over that thar mizza- iiai.arta .!
!ble Jug: of whisky i\erjbody present
+hI..hl' tlwt Cnmm: I number of physician's prescriptions without relief gave up despair, took sides before long::, and for a spell r i

.i1.Ural Itjr, Ni'rltu hrf x l.he>lfs4*. 1 Ii I when Lydu 1C. I'mkham's Vegetable Comjiound was suggested to thereas: one of the prettiest little of Malarial poisoning may showiiself in regi? I
tights that 1 ever hud the pleasure: I II j
.".! Wtilfk I L new wax her. It wa her last hope, but it proved a Godsend t'> her just the I wit'u'sriti. Noses were broken and Tar chills and fever ;; or in hard headaches, I

li..f bad WiifU the MM fn-litifx.I WBH tea ofV I right medicine for me she says now she is cured and just the right i I heads skinned. The fiddler broken or the occasion his aching bones, sore.muscles indigestion? new iousnes r j
had his instrument on
.: plan alf.h.l Juit I I medicine for every sick woman say I try it and you will! find it will skull like a gnarl:: and 1 rcVUm the lt ,I :,

ix ni)' alillitii-M ui"..tin cure you in very short time."- MRS. HELEN FAhRELL.w5MO ladies pulled hair enough:: out of t''holh"I"s Lippman'sChill
.tl .'f- -
tilutitiuii Itl IUMevery ninl Maud I Fourr.iT IP Tin: AIIOVE LITTIK is NOT (IXUIXE. heads to have stuffed a sofypuler. .r.rI f
I- I The dogs:: got trumped on andletorted and Fever Tonic!]
.11! 111 ItC HlKf**.* "r Wlu-n woiiu-n are troubled with irregular, suppressed or painful by I.itin' people" and the house \ I ,
iucn.stru.it ion wi-ikues.s; Icumrrha-a displacement or uleeratimi of the
In. If a dUlc'lI'ulollllll.- caught:: fire from the overturned stove, 1
II Irk. "1b.> land of womb, that iHidriiiK-domi feeling, inflammation of the ovaries, back. ,I and one whole] end was burnt off. Of GREATEST..MALARIA ANHGGE_ CORE IN THE WCELD.
1 liIi I M-nt acLt-, bloating (or flatulence general debility indigestion and nervous
|I' let *| course that stopped the festivities fur .
.1ii lute: tbv i-r'.'fs. Hy prostration. or are beset with such symptoms as dizziness, f.iintness I the time bein', but it was mighty:: near is a positive and never-failing specific for bilious

i>ut>lti>lutt I bud Knt Uisitude, excitability, irritability nervousness sltrplessiiessmelancholy, I two jenrs before some of the gents:: fever, malaria, chills and fever, and for allp

"II tu..utbs 1,1..111': "all gone" want-to-be-left-alone" feelings, bluesand, hopelessness: ceased to shoot at each whenever the distressing complaints due to living in a
-.ho\llln'membcr. there is tried and 1.
true remedy.
111111' it one Lydia
if jruri : ''It came ha ndy..tad all over one mlzable -

i ..** at the rote ,.fi FIal I I'inkliam's Vi'KftaWc Conifiound at onoe removes such trouble / jug: of whisky! 1'rom this we | ;inalarioiis.district. ..

I"at.. I would 11",11 I' Mrs. IMiikliaiu invitee nil sick women tu write her for ad i ice. i|! should learn but who can tell mej '1 hud fnvever end ague ha'five *rwk, and nn other remedy I ev.r Ink
She bas guided thousands to bt'alth.dtlrcs 3IaAS. bis ever benefited me. but Ian-ly I saw your Llppmau'v Chill and Pevt Tonlepvertited.
i tl' work Uit gl'rllIi 1 I.'uu, j what I am tryln' to git:: at'r" end I bought bottle and, it has eflocied perfect care, and tool i iv
A. a. liuifU an $"".. "1 can!" chirped one blight faced lad l alao add that for persons o delicate health it I la the best tonic they cepaes.- I
Jal'SaJl.IA. Savsniwh,O..,An-mM 22d. 1900.
I l'U&l'll'Ih' hat It inn, I \\u\tnl the bit of paper over: her BEET SUGAR INDUSTRY. close up hi Crllll.011 want us to .LIPP"\ BROS., DrnzeUtu, "Sole Proprietor, fI .

1 .' UeuJ triumphantly| guess what finally It-came of the Jug! Llppman'n Block, Savannah. G.. ,

> ,, t ...41; biuiK-lKiL .\1III -Tuck. .SOc per bottle. All druggists tell it.
Having/ Uuiie w) well financially, I Two Companies Organized to Operate I .
!h I lll nl -
UK ill lualUl' III) mind to *i>end the suinuior In Colorado '
i 'I/lt the null.. hind In the nioutalns with I'llJrna. After an Denver Mann 21. The Denver Ho PNEUMONIA FOLLOWS A COLD I I
...tl. it 1 :*., ',.|>H-8 bud r
l'IIJ'uIJlc outlii 1 returned to the city publican says The American Sugar Ue Hut nev( r follows the use of Koley'sHoney : rNEW I
.1 -f 'I> rOO I all)' ('II I Inf'ja i'Xlwriini to find some word from myputillshers fining company has made the first and Tar. It stops the cough, I

.- : I" 11"1 fry lutiiU heals and strengthens this lungs and 1:
I as to the Bales of 1'heRuud move to take up the beet sugar Industry Ii
!Il ..1..1 Month the allords perfect security from an attack -
uf Pato. Among the numerous of
In Colorado. henry- L. NVise.
'
I' ,' -I.t.| .. I tSaecun "f pneumonia. Hefiise substitutes. i
letters at uiy rooms there was nothing New York supl'ril1h'nJ'nt of construe
,' I' W. A.1)'Alentberle,121 South
<> ut ui> publish re
ulxiut the bouk. I culled on the publishers tlon. and flners of the AmeiicanSugar t'alafox street. !
if ll'iM-lH' that [ ORLEANS
.. tin'i who Wked the matter up for company, after two weeks spentIn I I II .
..t 1)lh6.n me, and reported a sale of live copies an Investigation of the situation inColorado I )')' )'- :. .:uu Kfili'vm Kllit Anaytuil
i "r u >i-ni tieany shire their lust statement. The; In- New Yoik. nukes a tintily mil utcou.lia stud culiKy .
has returned to
:
lllltl ,'d. I
i ftirm.itluti acted upon mu like a cold Two companies' to operate in ltnwl.der '
i r the tint was GROCERY ij (R
hhxrr bath on a winter morning.In '
'! i'l M'lllHI Be- Weld, Lai'truer. Arapahoe, Happy Home ,
j .. 'I Ml plofoUIld I Noxemliur Kinniii returned.' Bon Morgan, Washington and Jdrrr'I'ITue swell: .
Tore IIIT arrival 1 wrote Ill) publishersfor '
,iiunit (counties have been '
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Saul
.. v l.if cultlUC ofI information and received the fol- a combined capital of $jsisiiIsiiis, and I I I furnished home. Marstonj JAS. McHUGH, Prop1COFKKK ,

.. I i>". tllh..t with !owiug reply: Mr. Nieso has secured options' on I j j- (Jain a can supply you !
There have been no sales of "The Handof and,\ for r1r' 110AHT1NQ
lands suitable for beet culture I
"'Ul*" blnce August The very jieculUr with all needed in the way
.' ., i I. I+ a \ry dull I ,..,.-..|.ll..n of thU Look ty the public has the erection of sugar rpfi l'rli's. These of house at the 0 '1M 41 A Sl'KCIAI.TY. .
1.t '"- ': 'rbaps tiniiiitr piiiiUJ: us beyond mea>;ure. In the case lands are those which independent \ furnishings

..' I.rhl'. wht'll uf lieu IItJ"l'I.iIe usually still from one to beet sugar companies: were examiningith \ lowest prices cash or credit. !
(M.I ttiou.iauj (cuples t.o the work Is lami. Groceries .
", r. _I.' ,,''' read <1 Tlu-n It the hook gains In favor a view to purchase High-Grade \

tii- i .il-s" are coincident with more or lesst.iik i

7 :} t '. u' 11 straw. and' .r .. ..' ;. "> (oo'li-3 of a novel without Its #iIIIDNEY '
01 I II
o1l&j 0 !\ !1'" t* ni.iih. known and talked about by the DISEASES
..\,1'' ,,.1 I..r M'ireh" 1 pii'! Fox Hunting Her Horse Stumbles AT I'RH'KS THAT DEFY I

",{ t I I. > U IM.IItfvtli' 1 tl.,k this letter to Emma. She readIt She Being Painfully Hurt I 'OM l'ETITIlIS.

9 .t 'r- -.11.- ?( "Ibo : and turned to me with a great deal Columbia H.I'. ., March 21: There are the mOlt fatal of all d I

I I., ,.e. I -.1.:,i./ o.v pitLiitt uf Miiipathy In her kind! eyes. "1 nm was an accident in the last fox hunt uf cases. Phone 105. Pensicoli, Fli

ii I I I'" c.rt ttrdiT at I Ir.ixt clad that you tried the experiment. the season at Aikenestcrday that I


I li. ,.." 'i T. \.I iiiu..-1 .that tfd and tini work. in You HiiothiT will teld.l>e the" !better fitted to ,\'as While at first going:: thought over some to be brok.-n serious woodrd FOLEY'S SID lunitiil EY CURE 1..1'III 'I ]t.'v I, '. "' ....".'_&"&V: *&& o>.9.;'' .-oot.t..;-..,'..-". "v.,."."..- .... ...,.._... .. ,. '.,,_' ...-......... .. ....... P' ,.,,"-.- I I

I i. I I *' .4 di-Ilibtfd I entered her father's counting;: room. the mountof ) I. I
ground in a sharp gallop k. IPIlt.. ivri. It. it. imioia.KING 1.
o! I n Fong out Uii. hfleeii He has retired p .
That wn years OKO. Lady\ Constance Mackenzie planted\ \
> "I vltnlli nod I 11111 nt the head of the business. rdundcd. Conttlni
concealed hole and turnrd or money
feet in (
both a
',. i 1. ;." wife and decided ; ; & HARGIS'ioods ?:
Recently my is eminent :
> .. I > mild not nn- into U larger house. Making a a somersault. Lady Constant a remedies recognized by 1 j
io r.i"vo
splendid horsewoman and ridesastride the best lot M
I' uu aft.*r nn ptrlimm.iry tour over the house to sec physicians u '
could have saviher.
.*: .t I *:.. ,bail) vvlmt cou'd lie disposed of 1 came upon but nothing Kidney and Bladder troublu. .a
She went flying over the animal's : !
!-. I ', a Uitf books. 1 my \ to ( louse ;
... art SIN.v. Sportin
..... head as he went down and narrowly PRICI [
1 n4 th- iH-n' Ittiriiryin "My I drnr" I asked "\\ hat Id In that ,
> II if withoutvrit- boO" escaped having the horse fall \ A. D'ALEMHEHTK.: .. .l. ,
r.oI :
I '.n!. Ml the Ikt Ul 'Unit Is! 'The Hand of Tate' that upon her. 1
,. Sh* was badly I bruised on different 506 South Palafox Street.
.k f l
n :t. r U.:' 11. < man prosperous man of you. I I
"i l-.IJO: tt> iiA. Ii be all dls- parts of her body, but, her face escaped fc-* I
| j I couldn't lear that it should ,:rVPo; Urtiacllo: : tho Folio-wing; 33ioyolo
It : .!\o'.. .t.I.lvIU' tu IIlU- 10 and situ is not seiiously in 1 +
; i itiitment with 'ou. so bought I
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biii TKllifXE.
tart JJARXE.S KTEARNH: SHELL
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!I Il e iU ('''llit'1." jured. \ acs E srCORN' It.:, IMPERIAL; HPAULDIM1. '' r
\ i Lady Constance had engaged passage
A HAPPY DHXIS n. HODMAN. I

limy nn r.lriliHiil (.ron*. / :: for England:: from New York Tuesday A Edison Graphophones, Fishing Tackle, Cans and Ammunition, !

HOMEI i iI lule we iiitrt not 'overlook the dif- and may be able to make the trip. I I ::1 TYPEWRITERS: UIGAUH. ;

,, the supply of C"lln J
fiTiimUtvv -ii !
I
I s s N.1TIIIiAr.NCIIKS AM) SAIL BOATS FOK 11KNT.
one where health abounds. iinmre nod captivity: awell, n* the Surgeon's Knife Not Needed. ,
0
NV its Impure blow there cannot e'ii.illy liiltri'iu oinlitions of both Surgery is no longer necessary! to r-I'AI NT = : t ;I Repairin of All Kin s Done. Agents for tbe (Hirer Typewriter

N t'HKl health. 1 food .111.1 exercise: ill either st.lte. it i is cure piles. DeWitt's Witch Hazel 's,I

\\ Ith a ordered LIVER there fnmcwlmt' 11I".r.. .lim:: to note the in- Halve cures such cases at once, removing Removes all Corns,Bunioot and ware, ".t&1 Shootin Gnllory_ ;

and height of :: the necessity for dangerous without pain,eeJijr! and permaacnllrTEXSACOLA .t-...' -...J"P.". ..'6- ..o.9..y. P-. -..
uanut be jooj blood.Tutt's er. it-'- In \\'t'iI..t I a venous : +, { .( :. +. .t.+.. .
painful and expensive operations.For r/ u ,.
au nr. itda e laeoi r
in eiptivitv. a state to a
11,11'11 vlephiint '
scalds, cuts, burns, wounds, V ( laT I..U. wit ran.
vslii.-li It \vn br..nht'leis! alHiiit lif- o LIPPMV BRO. hoeobProp.
bruises sores and kin diseases it i isunequallpd. /
old. iMiiiiik' 11I'111'1) a mupV ), .. #' \ TIME
teen months :: I Dewareoteonnterfeit.. / a Sleek 6ere'x TABLE. '
Pills : "'f jeius tin- captive put on nearly I Har ls' Pharmacy, John Hheppard, / t.

half n ton (to !I..' more accurate, some :Sidney Kahn I \\ I LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.IN .

l.P putiiid of avoirdiiioiand: not KhKr.CT HKCKMBKK 1, lout

far hh-lt of eighteen lnche D 0 N'and1SMOKI3
:
((rvMf) thf torpU LIVER and restore 'HitIncre.i",1 in 1 l'th vve'!!:ht and ; Your UfeawaylYou I New Orleans and Mobile.

It* tutural action. tlt'lhtI;:: alt prenti-t In the early: can I*cured of any form cl tobacco! using I -- --- -

months nnd slower in U,th eases as ra-.ily. I* made well strong, ni.ien.-ne, full uf 1'00.11. :-0.4. So.!. No.8. No.1. No.b,
A healthy LIVER means pure slew'hfe and vigor l>y taking NO-TO-BAC, 7.ti.: P:=:15In 11:11; p I 1.I'.ve... ""ns"col.Arrlve 6:1.11. 4:00
'I time \I1I11.n. and the preateM piin !nUny that nidlfs weak men strung Many Kim 1 N::. n ::7 p 1: N a I 1"1'11_... t'lomatou_ leave :t:15 II :rIb p tw p
hl.HijI'urr siti ::!le month was ninety l iw'UII'I.+ ten pounds in ten da vs. Oxer 500,000 S ON8ERVATORY f I ijf MUSIC i 11:15.: a 4::!! p :I::5.. ., L"1IVe. I..IIIIII ......_ Leave 1:1:31 n't 11:16 p D y IlIiII:251 p I I
.....
bl.x) mrana health and four I Im-lies. Consiileiim; the immense cured. All druggists. Cure guaramrril Hiiokht M_:Sp.__ _751: -a Ll "V" -N.w Itrieans.. Leave atxtp.. 1:5a. : __ .
I and adore l-KiE. Address bTKKIINUKJJMEUY : --- -
llrilth meant happlnes i rations given t,> elephants' in me- : CO., Lhu-ago: or \cw York. 4J7MinWIKKKY. E. O'L' CHAFFERS Director. -North. ,

) ike no >ub titutc. All Orunls..1 I iiuriit; It may be thought:: perhaps I No.2. So. 4.

::-- -- ', that tar results! are none too great:: for The undersigned takes this method 1Iu.pm 1.:15 pm 1.l'aTe. .I'en..co! Arrive 4:0upm No. !. t 6wiu.NoL

the tvt. Yet to pain ninety Niutids in I IIISlun es,7 p m ArrvI. Montgomery _I.....".. IlI6am !
:
11:16
I IA I tbe of offering her services as a i Piano.irE' Culture, Violin, PipeOrg.iu. I 11:5\1 sin \I:'" p m rrITe... fstrutinglinm _Leave aslam: p. t
1Ol4l'fICA14AN \ a i-liib'le I mouth Is prodigious, all first-class licensed midwife, hay .Cornet, :Mandolin, Guitar, I Tar 2kIa pili d:10: a. III Arrln'?.. .='i..bVllltl l.eeve UJ6_. .p m
: m :II. m Arrive I.oUI.VIIIII
I .Leave 8:15
WlliO. had 35 experience.Can .
years pm 1:45
ing I Cello, etc. 7uam lIf>II&tn Arrive-.Clncinnatl.Leave a.
I
give best of references: from I 7w la '!! .!.::!" __Arrvp L lIwpm UIOpm
I FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR of this city. Alo Director IVns.icoIa Concert Lm !,}" U!!__ I. : p InI
A NOUNCE lENTS leading physicians
PEN ACOLA AND JONCTIONtl
: Cures coughs and cold MRS. M. OIPDENP., I I RIVER
and Elite: Orche trn.
I Cures bronchitis and asthma: jltf 114 South DeVillier St.from i Hand So. 21-1I..ly No. II-lOallYI No stop where time not I"own So. :l-1J.lly No.

( or Stale Senator.I I Cures croup and whoopinir cotiijh. ------- 1 1ltal.anrii Furnished -;;- .n-Ually..
I : .. u.l-.I 11|.in.V.. A. r.louiitti : Cures luur-seue-s and bronchial t lie Northern WooilMarston I Brass and String Music i 1165; P mo. a III I..ve. .. 1'.n..cola_ArrIVe P IQ gap ;-;-
I 1:1" nlgbt 7.1\: .. ..... fObtotn........ .. iuu t
tl> mi nUIU- lillll :i> :\ C.lluliil.ltt- o troubles., are IU 1''uy.Thr.mlbe. ---certain-Cllre. for tOu.hs.: I ill Occasions.Adilre" I 1:111" 7:111.: '. ..... \'nl..tra....._. IU:1I4" e:us.. .
I.f Mistii tt..r (ruin tail*, the Sec ( Cures pneumonia: and I.ii grippt I III":. 7'1'1' ._._E+c..mbl& ..._. IU::!! 6:67 IOt...
.",.! H.'n .1..llh-trh..t. Itll.t ri'-i,..ct- i W. .\. D'Aleuiberte: (South ?alai : <5' Quina carry *: h..camblHotel.. I L a5 u 75" ".. .. .. .- M ulat .-. .... IUI" 6:46 .
1 ::l\I" 7u ... ._ Harp ..... ..... I'
fully ',-L fi.. .nl'| i>.irt IIf all D...in i- fox street.Foiey's. the largest line of matting, studio: Parlors of Fit Baptist : 13n: I" 7i':: ?. ... .....(i4ltCity ...... .. 101.IUIII"' i Otu.6n"
i tit- 6r t n' ii i In* r"llrinprrinnirv'' 1.1)tj u jSV": ...... .. Millon... ...... "
vhnrch.Mobile lUIU"
etc. .. 6:11.I"
shades .
Cure :
'I Kidney rugs, window I 1kI a m ..... .. ...... UOfld R..ngl..... _... .. 4M"
for KprUnUII\e. 1:65: 1\:15": ..... Holll... ..... 8:86" "y
Tli frii-iul. rott M. I...ftin take o cukes kidneys and bladder right.I in the cityWe lay our : I" ,t :.. .... .....-ylilll as ._.._ 1/:11.I.: 4:116"4:11" .
i :!:: I" ,;:9\ ......_CreMtTatw.- ..
f.itu>' UI..f .iiiin>unfiu : liiin a< u I Medical Society Attention. matting free.. Oysters 111" ::5tI" .. .......11 e..r Land ._ IIM"1/:11" 1Sf"tue"
niuliil ,tr fi.r Kprr...*til.itive in theI I INOTICY. II::::t ". \1:10" _._ Moa5Y IIpad.._ 8tu"
There will be a regular meeting of DKL1VKRFI: TO ANY ; : ) .. 11:11".
I I. :ohatttrefr"In E-ratiiln.i: county. 4aY u { -llak'aaiakMprloga 11:111" t:.,
mil hey drabs tlii ,1It'l'rt tiC all he Pensacola Medical Society at I have been authorized to take' PART OF THE CI1Y. ; ...._. Argyle. ...._ 7:" 1:11" :
:4'1" 11:1>7' .... I i'
.1'once de Leon. 7:11/ "
l 1. -uirtt* hi ti"' ,......11111' frnn-trv :! the Board of Health office at 8i aabscriptions for Wm. Jennings'Bryan's FINE Frt.UXT_ 6fJII" 1":10'" -weltvllle....._ 7:17" 111"IM"
I j'clock m.Tuesday,Apl. Sand 22. paper, "The Commoner.1The 6:"'+ IU:15': ._ ._. CarYTlJle_ 7:12" lfII" t 'I
for Rtprnelltltlu.Ih. Visiting physicians are cordially is $1.00 per year: in ad- 11\1": )1):1) _I;oulfay_ IIM" 1:21":
f".III" IIf Henry ('. l.It'lton1.1t.'UIIt' price the TaE( UNION RESTAURANT 111' 1l.:17"! __lhlpl" .._ ':111" 1tIt..
Invited attend. vance. Those desiring paper ;i 81" 11:111" .._Collondale_ IN" I
tl him + H ca nd ul.it e (or : 12 *
a :
DR. E. F. BarrE, can have it sent to them by sending I 7\10" II:5 .....M.rl.nna 8:00" 12:16.1l00c. .
t o-l.rt'lItaU\. 111 the I.rgi.latureii Frank L. Wilde 711" IIUi" .. ,.
I President. CYpreca. &:JH"
.00 to the undersigned. 1If6
.tn R:-caubta county, autl request ) H. M. ROOHE, I'l 7id. ". 1157: .". Ur.nlt Rldge_ &::12" 1In"a.
W. C. DBWBF.KY,
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DK. 1 'lftI.s lai6 noon tln..ad "'
111"
> "ap1"ttof11 i tl,in<>cral* in the i ou2LotU Secretary. Care Daily News. Proprietor Opposite UnionlDepot. lIlrI" 1IlrI" ArrlveItfverJunctlohl.ave 6:111" IOlJlJ"
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6 THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26 1902.


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I[ -BLIND 'IGERS I ARE TABOOED. I|,I ,
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OUR PROTECTION Young Girls

I I Mayor of Gainesville Sends Offendersto I

My only protection against: burglars | the Chaingang. wilt
SAVES LIFE 1
I I was my dog Jack. Unfortunately bej I Are often engaged in doing the work of Gainesville Ga., :.March :.4.-Harrison

'ir i I was either hard of hearing or he could I| a home under the most trying condi- Roberts was !Saturday;; tried Ly -e
I Willanl. IU.. ADlI'n.t 1,1 cries
'F I ::0 not discriminate between friends and tions. Nature out against! the Mayor Parker for selling liquor in I KM In bud hi-altli thu sprint( "u.l couM n>t
I.I stooping and lifting, the running up and sit upln bfd for ti'dr wi-fki>. When I "nctii-
i, foes, but by the time I had owned Jack down stairs at time Gainesville and W'iS sentenced to fined my chiltl died. When I beinu to lit up(

1 a fortnight: none of my friends would "., when labor should ser\e: a sentence: of 'M J clays on the felt Ill) weak gud bad iaih tembic'aiuitn ni'
back and hlp I bail kidney trouble and fall.
com- near\ lilt'. i be as light as p*.ni- streets or other public works, no other ing of the womb. I also bait)bytf'fallpt'l1 I
':; L. ble. It is owing to alternative being given. .ou ill a 1.001; conilition when I recmed your
\ So I followed! the of the i
example'
I "Ijutie1! Birthday Almanaami rr&.t IblLt -i-
4 overstrain or :!t 1Dl'gll"ct 1- He has been tried for the same r'; ,Tfrtisfment V.nnei.f
clown at the ('irc'us'h,) ow ned' an ela--1 under these fardui ant Ihrdford'a
.4-i.,.. fense several tinws lI..flll'in each Black-Draught 8m.. Apnl :'juth.! ">"ve Uki-n
tic di.: I took him, in at night and ; I conditions that the *'Ur bottles of Wine of I.ardul..t I lr.... |>ai'kag -
let liim out in the morning.;: Jack had ._. i c foundation is laid instance his sentence being increased of Thnlford'ii UU.k.Draught. Ifc.-llikea

,. _: for S4'riousOlllan- ne has appealed; the case to city council new penoa now. I ran do all inv work and can
Lib oluir in tbo sitting room cl<> o to I walkout to see unjr "( my neifhhi.ro.' I brlieto
uTuud.-i and a \\'illllofrom which I ly disease. Irregularity and each time the mayor has been I would hare been in the fmr ha.l it not '-n
is the first for Wine of Cariim. IT d \VKD M V Lit K.
t\ : sustained and he certioraried the case
the hide gate could !1.0' M-en and 'past / Mrs. ALICE, UAVIS-
-H -__ ___ which tinMdiwalk; extended for a |I : \ : step to impaired to the superior 'ourt. T
t tInfO.
I I'lutre : : womanly health. It is veil that women art marc than
lie has paid the ents and appealed patient
or so, ours being the last house
I ;
; I Perfect regularity Few men could bur the
BEAUTY TRIUMPHS : bitter i.
;i tfl. on tin I Mock.! I may be esUblUhed the case to the city council and in the and distress that omtn endure.pin

m Plc.1..a Tromsur*. I hometiincs' wondered myself if Iwas I by the use of Dr. all probability if the mayor is again/ Thousands agony of women have come to look

4 t fti Hr uty it woman's, greatest.: harm. The not as much! afraid of the dogas : I IHerce's favoritelYttcription. sustained he will carry thi case to the "I.. suffering as a duty of their sex. But there upon are
-1 ,...,Ma.luru 11l'3utifulIIm'n. I
A
pretty of tin- biinrl.ir: but he IH-UT nioedI It supreme court. many iruUncu of this heroic fortitude vthith,
4 4 woiiun" dri-j.U! nutrrnity (..d'ar of losing
;: will heal inflammation
from his I."t. and 1 I became used ic I Mayor Parker is Mrmined to .
I
-. thi |n>wir What: can IH done to I -rJ't-Iu. I! 1 : r andAiloerationand
-:-: "j P alf' tlic r.icc and k
I Their it a balm usnl t by Ilturl..t< l and unrulturnl pastil which .Iilllllt often liapifii.' I : : i : weaknt-ss. It I in I the ( ity of Oaim-svilh; thi" being

i- I I wunit-n in therritis.. lluhb.mds! One day! a iiunjKiiiy (.r: friends came I j I .. makes \ll'ak11111 the second person nti-m-od/ to -: TVI renders unnecessary. Women need no longer suffer for rnndetty's

w MI' ahouM in\tgitc' tlr.rcnied\ in ordci''i from the city and *tajcil wer night : ::. ,;:r..; en strong and sick I;''i days on the street for tin.offonso sake. Vine of Cardui brings relief to modest omen in the privacy uf thur
ri to trav>,.. e thur wur as to the case at my 'arll.t solicitation. We sighed; .' .. I.f:; women will. homes. Many of the best homes In this city are never without this If fines don't the Mintl tim'riti
stop ,
Iv i.I. t- with "h', h hildrrn! can he borti and! several I times during I : the* evening; "till. :. V\ If i *U gives m*! much s medicine. It cures hitei and falling of the womb and completely eradicates .
he
q t : kMuty ,.f form and figure rot.iint.tl. j I for a nun!*' Hut there i wasI..t filii' ofi ; .. :.' filca-wirc" writes; Mm Imposes sentences upon the tn-ct: these dragging!\ periodical pains. Mrs. Davis' cure shows you conJu-

II ---i__ __ __ ,'_.5 Mia: sap. tif Jnmi-..- vely what you may expect if you follow her example and take tine of
k Mother's i 11i.. ufill
Friend I in the .
!I :-e hiiieds I company.I town (iuilfonl Cuuiity,
More Talk of Augusta Strike. Cardui. Thedford's Black.Draught aids Wine of Cardui by regulating the
I c.. "tr thank l> Pierce fur the RTcat ( 1rccrive.1
N r KO
ti i I" the nunelbilh: this i iiLuown. .\ in tisIt* and a late supper we told I stomach and bowels. When 15k for these medumts.
jirquration' from thf MM of his l'a orite! frr-.:.riptuin Augusta Ga.: :March 24.-- There' Is you your druggist!\ le
.; It diminishes the ]uiu alliol tuuiothrrhond j i /ghost: stories and cndd up with !bur- ant 'CoMeo Mwlical Iti-xmtrr.' I hit renewed talk of a striki in the cotton sure you get them. It was Wine of Cardui and Thedford's Black Draught
1 j '::1' ) t'st-d \It whicli I .,,,T.t: slur rit-ncch. time thin1i
thron/hout I.rq nlllrj I-\IH \ .. that saved Mrs. Davis' life. !Never take a substitute.
mills. The
.ouJ. wilh
: I mlIt scc-mnl ai though I di day set picuoiisl' ) for the
i t' I U irhrvrH inoniing. Mcktivss, < urcs sort! i %.lI Sfl't a tliimblrful I of brains among: pun*, in my tnrk anil ".m.ich. I cimld hot strike. March 17. fd Iw-i-nuse ytrailvte' sal llteyatUrP. .ailireis. rWl! 1111I1.10011.. "Th .atIPI' ).dvatbrIi&rtuIeIlL' ,
f Lf4ti inik> tl.istic) al! trndou calli.ilutua 1 j us nothing i ; I but hysterical fears and I .in'1 at all ithnut fainting. Hail Rlv..n..p all pa -" Oil lite CU&&u5 llcdiuu. tuID\lfWf: ,, t.WoliADUUP. 1eua.
I- to hold! the rxjianding btirddi. hoi!' vf everxrn cured when! one of nyfrltn.l. that day the ('risisI'm.. rl'adIP.1 in the
4 iiiTMMii tremors.I inti1e4 trying IIr. IVrcc
I ) 1l &1"'IIIfI"Inn.1 rt'1,1( under its intlurp -: FavorIte l'r..ri""on.I.'ilh upon my but little faith. I eastern mills and themember of tin
Then WI' had a rood IIt':11If tl'olllolpill
< i ant the jMtient anticijutcs;' favorably i I! lri..d l It. and before I had taken half a bottle I national executive committee who wnsexpected
; th' i....u*, in the r<>mt..rt thus K-stowcd. ]' couiiNisiiij;; the .1,,;:. Seeing newj felt iHltT Now I have taken two buttled of
1 Paw>'H*! l'rf'i<"riptjol1' and one! of T.oldonMedlcjl here to take charge of th>
faces I
si-cim-d
to disturb ll I and
L t .Mother'* I'rlenJ is a liniment for cx- j JII. he I>iscrvery and I am entirelycured.! andIn strike'; failed to arivo. Sinn tin. K. C. BUENT.: WM. 11 KNOWLKH: W. K. HYKit. JK., J. H, KK UKrresldent.
at1!
I h'rn.1 l apj'Iudtiou.! It i- gently rublicd, !, was full of low ;growl i ,* that were two mont.iV lime nlua \U olhtr medicines Vlee-I'rfsldtint. Casuier. An'1\ l'A'It
: ocr the I pr1""k'.*vvcr1y! taxed, and living i threatening I / I belligerent; I iie I want- hail I uU.il"Dr. vance of II 1) per cent in wauo<. ha-1:

i kh
JIn4"Joisl I it for 111''r tottlc. Y"III Adviser, p-qa-r covers sent free on receipt orativcs lure I
"
1g : peein mon- n."tiand
Then II tried I to take them
)\ .. may lute otir b...k "riotherhootl" fft'I I i of 21 one-rent sUmps to pay expense First National Bank
is
{ co'Iivtiu-ly! luit I Inuix on hisllIar ,I of mailing UfII'. Address Dr. it said that a demand tor a like !
tilE IK/kOFlEtO/ IECULATOR CO.. ATLANTA GACan'.d raise will In- made j
by tin- ii I
with both hands. while I Hannah eoaved R. V. I'lerce, Buffalo, X. Y. ira unions i

S Million, on III. HnrU.Wbi'ii him with a IMHIIand we finally to I be foil"\\ <-,1 by a strike on April

di Idirun ICoth-i'hiiil: uas pauii: liindeil him in the old chair which was lie Ilerled.Mrs. 7, if not gi!: zintt'ul. I Ilow<'v>'r, I tlit-io an I OI' PENSACOLA. FLA.

>J II a ,1.lt: to :New' \ork. a rfvi>tioti Was I his throne 1 by, day in the woodshed and I Innocent-What did you enjoy conservative ;and) well informed,! union !I -- _ _ _--- -

; 1 1(1'n him In a tvrt.iin ;.:n-.ii his couch: by night; In the. parlor. (Onee mist about your fishing trill, dear? members I who ti.'pi ecati' :all I !su h I tall-)I | III.11CTcItsWM. :

: Tlu* affair \\0..111' brI', : uf )'. \111.11-1 there, he curled hilllsi-lf Up! for ""I'PS. Mr. Innocent got luo t excited and say that a slriki' in tl.i-; II. ar fu 'j
H.
I' KNOWLKS, W. A. BLOUNT, F. C. BKKN1 V. K HYFI, Jt
; I fnuoim old: M-\toii lit I :r.I"I' ,. while the rest (.r us j-crambled up whi'ii I was reeling in, my lo\e. ture is very linprn'iahNItowiu -.
.
f Anothir nti'i'tlmi! was! Uluheld 1 theMiui |, stairs and shut oursehes into our sev I Mrs. Innocent (luir.stint into t.m- D. O. BRENT,

I .- fVcliibt; In it holiMiiltuoMt 111111"--1 I 4-rat! apaitim-nts. .\mitt to-I 0-.think joii iiromiM-il 1 me Euiurat.'Toiir Ullh ('11'9.1'11.
I
11: c11atl'll ILki.It.. U 1.1.1iIa": also 1111> It was: the noon of night nnd as li;.!ht t : joti Couldn't drink a drop!Harlem Candy. If('athartkcurn C. C f.fill, ilruixrisisrifufuiiiionov-constipation: forcter.0c.25c. m t muU \
lmaai
t.....1. t'lf .. char' of the M'lton. lI he 11111,11'i"b '| as day with n Cud IIKKIII when I wasawakened .I Lifo. ..---- I km x an 1 IQ,

t *d tu atti-nd the ''' 'ollllllt1'air. but the I by hearing: some one at III)' '
( IMH.\II: rii\cu; IIiI.I! ::
J. I ; .trwt \\1111 full i>f mud tLe Uht; '" was< door and a small feminineoioo call- j I 0-A.STOn.X.A.: ______ .----- ------
j t .lSjMtKTi! bl.' and lug In hushed I Bear the lIe' Kind You Hate Alti\S Boilgft u; -We draw oar Jiilln of
i : 1 \ no carriage;; wits at sjllables, "Iet me in, /) Following H the r-chediile of the own : KxclKink'e on Great Britain Jrf.f\lJ>

,1 1'1'I' ': ;} ,' ,,' tU- curliftuiuI !I.. iid! ni>t witIUcniM I oh, let me iu!" and 1 opened t* door ': Signature! fovernment steamer: General French f orin.tny, France, Anstria, Italy, Holland, Hpain: UoUlum, JJnHSl.i N 'I

without Mt'.lin: his I 1HNI< nndulni Instantly and saw :i company (.f ;ghost! f i way! Hweion Doumark and other European conntrieu.oa3 .

I t .! I T>- ; cIuthM.! und for thc ..onifiit h<- in the hall each one of whom wl.iI\'r! which TIIK NKWS printfor the :,

l wt* In a i l.n- \\ hit I... ed In1'C't'lits that doc to the roof ofher PROFESSIONAL CARDS. benefit of the merchant: who! shipi I i !'- Disbursed upon tho A7ost Farorable Tc-rms, end h..1i 1

f I t. b/iuhl d./. Jut: III"I all boon rrhi'U'd mouth: .... .. .. .. .. .----- -... .. .. .. ... their Konjs; to the various army 1 1 Obligation after! Vessel* Taken Payable. at 1'ort of Destination Ten or Kiftt-ei/ Isym P-
?2 a i' .! t\ of tLIII.IH..Ulllill. l'JI! earrjouarmsj "Bur ;lars. burglars; in the house: !j ports : Arrlres there.Deposit

-'t' "] I t. nyMf." Kid! r.rown jovially; "now I whispered back: with clattering.tiHth :., W. C. MONROE, I.I'I1"'n[ Bcol": .. ... .. ": *)'a. m. -Boxos for Rent In Conneotior '1DrSafety
,
". lUUUIit inf KLiillMiTH." _\iii. grll"l.ill| ; .Jt'" Jack!" 1.1'iivi-s Hiirrancin 7.: ;
I I I'lt-ki-iii .. '..". with which we hare a Prlrate
I : a.m.lituvfs Apartment for the IIhe
I 1 LI 111 Hi It I" lint! Ui-II a hild. h. <-arrlts Jack was imWd making n remarkable ATTOItXKY-Ar-LAW J llarr.iucns *-:1!'' It, II). of enters.

i .I'J I ] the Iioblrliiuii IM ross on his! fa'k.J.utIl" ; demonstration. lie I neither I barked I Hirniiicin II I :1" 1111.. and Ili'-n
\I J;( n' llouitJournal.i I nor growled but made a strange\ ; hiss I I I'JSII EI: : flt'ItIING. niivkt" a trip to Kurt MiKttand tljon r.-

inu noise that I am told I is nathc to the LU riOt to I'irniiu"k4.

T1I i 11,10..'. ) bloodhound alone and is the most aniilisirilij > : Iaav-u- 1'u'kiMis Kiirrftiu-iii l I !'. p II mlicaves ml.i'axi" I WE WILL FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE'
!
Y Juh-ii Snndt-uu ri'latt-s' lint oiii- time | ;; thnat: that a bloodthirsty! dog MODERN DENTISTRY I I'l'iisiieoln 4 .' |II in
; : : l.iiits I'lcki-ns ,i
P Ill
WI.! llxlliij In I'lllH It.ilxiie loiUinlhlinmlf can make. ." -
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i \rrh IhrrBIII'&oj
i u-;> p. in. and mukfS: ti-hy for pur lnn.1fr
I' I I up iii his) r."'m f"r \vi-nty t\\i. "1 "'mit' ," said IInof my friends as 1 -ArMODERATE- trip to :Me lift ant return. .m. II ,.ra.,1 ral-ti > ,i. IIL\I"'II"' H.-
.001./1/ limlll 1'! i i r .
-i tl.ljll and! tut-ntytwo inuhK, refusing: was alwiut to turn on a liilit. On Wediie=d.lys and =Saturdiythe linnni. in c." |..r .. ,, .' .' ftWr.tc I. : '
\ PRICES. curtn \t :
|4.
inn I
to tH* any one, und .< i,. ..

("I....,..} Ulul the lights folltiiniallyturiilnt Let us lo..klilt of the front windows.1 ells for J'einacoh: :: at fi\'M\ :: i\. in. IT IMtli, M'fni) IVrfMiio<-iif II,.' luml II I,.. 11rb" "r __ t i

1 In broad It I is ; Call and! Have Yflnr Teeth ExaminedallJ The General French ..): in t jI ; evi-n .I'lyliol.t Th.' I as light :IS day, nnd Ivy will not i is for army 4.:IMMI .u. LI..tluarr 1te. .,i-i i! I I. .. .l .
t I ,. biily liumnn |H>|III; lir haw during IhlHtlm know that we have seen them." i get :an estimate: of tho cost purposes only and :any ouUidc-r! iiui-t 11.llitDii.. "I' I Our ,,,.11\11I..11'.,.I. I n-'' .1-. i "

.. was hit/ si.n alit whom he, rail; :': So we crept hand; in hand with two of your work. have a pas: from the turternuitcr 'I .=a6- ". w.v.a a.-ia wh..II"..-l'li.I..MIHnm I" I 1".0'.r srn- i 01'w. A i
f ,/ for nliii o take passage: : o i her. j jGULF lllTK'l lillt. :a Ivwil.fill 1.I-( .>., ....1 i .1 1.
\\\f frit I
tin- 1It'.I.I' f-od and frightened; ihildren ella;:ins to us to DR. BOULTER IhItttTT. "T P-ilimtil.nil .in.r fiii I ,. 'vi-, I ffi
.
,, ,,, her-'I. %I.\ JJ
wtli-li In1 wn.slusl ilo\\n the lam Yr I II I I. I I "
with windows p..ON -
40 nnni'ToiHrujH stooping; Ill81) that w 17'. ..i ,,1 0,1 I'.' I-" ," II,,,,.. ."" -i I.' I .
S. '
> .
I'alalov: Opl'.it( COII\I"nt." .. )
">f (MlTiv. II,' would throw Iii 111- could not be seen, and sure enough.two :: : | I \1 I .1.1( IIItL .I flln., 1I..du'. ,. h, ''8.1 [,&
,
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r'' I. .
WII
I "i I .
,i,-if on hN I..-.) wh'-n CITY TRANSFER CO. S"I." 1'If".. ".1. I I. KSALVfONA
I onlj rtitircly v\ men were walking; iilonj: sol'tlj in ,,I I 5lip.; pi .. .t I .1. ,iW.. 'I' .
JU1U"I sI from lack of !sli. p. and I he reiu I the middle of the road coming; directly 1' W. C. ROWE, M. D.om..l' I. 'a.., : .,' ,.'' tt is 4! II\1 \\'y, -,,'. ','.' ., f;) I
'V :
I willi"..} o'lul'.t'lI'| i noiiiiicf ('C what h I toward the house by the side wheru > 1s.: < 1\"Is.: ;)inrlager. I 'ft
ftl. trulI"l'lrllll; ouisldc, tinstate of : the dug was on watch and) hOI doubtthey < : ITS S. I'.tlitl.ix. PersonalsAttention I sitar Mr AI.M.3 11UUI1M.: ; I hiNI d,,I1
Prompt to
Hauling 12th
pi'St;
4 the "-aI h.r und even of the time nnd I I were quite unconscious that there I I i II ours from to p':ki B. m. anti I to > p. in I SOAP CO.. Cor. & ,. ST. LOUIS MO. i'VIn.

tiny vf th" w.-. k. I 1I 1<- only freeil hiiu-I was any dog on the premises for when i nmlnftrrToYlock.'I Freight, Machinery, [Ie. -
I
.; ....It tr\lIllILI.. volunt.iry, rai>ti\lty whinL they I reailnil the ds ii'r they steppiHlujHtn 1 1 lioiio: CG..AT. _
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO BAGGAGE
t- ( "- 1.11.1rlll..." the \\ 'iriI "ltiI: ; on the I the sidewalk opened the gal "

t lu..t |> jiof Ih! ,' manuscrii't! in- U-;:auwhfQ noiselessly and climbed) the two step* oiUi-e:-:iii I West Ciovrrnnii'iil I !'il ru't THE GARDEN SECTIONFensacola

!.<. cutml his j>1'1",oii. to the vtrand.l.Ihint'i .:
/ riiontHiv, >.T S'l i lit itnil :Sunday tl 1
; this time the doi:; had kept
Ktilfy'H Kidney C'urp makes o OF-o
the
: up 1 that\ same: peeuliar
I expression' nt
_
." kidn"y-" and bladder riIit. (.'ontaim I
-, I notbiiii; I injurious.V.. A. I)'.\letlJoht'rh' his anirer, and I had sei/ed the si venshioter James Hughes. Florida.Near
and! was grasping it in a cold .
121:! =South i'.ilafoxtreet.: .
'f and sinking l 1 : hand: I but the I moment the

1. You will have: pride in you own two men stepped l l on the veranda i the KICK'St FOUNDRY, i East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.

tlower gardens if they are on your i' dog; sprang from his (hair to the tableand - --

uwuground. Your tin-band can buy tl-ri-w himself against the window Machine Shop & Boiler

tL. a home, and lie can do it now although with a >ell of rage that was like the !I Beautiful Lots for Sale.
t
; t.t : be may think otherwi-e. roar .,fI wild :animal followed by that Works,

r'very WI'mall'ant" a home of herown Ion,;. I ba.ving cry familiar: to those who
; t and if he w ill have talk with I have: ever heard' pack of bloodhound! 40x137 feet at from $75 to $200 each, accord-
No
Thus. C. Watson & Co. the SOl S. Palafox Street.
ii. /Kive tongue.We ing to location and surroundings.

leading/ I Keal K:.;tue Agents, they all thought the window was l.ro I'KXSACOLA. FLA.

i S can one. show tier how easy it i is to (jet I ken from the casi-nient. that j" rhup> Oysters in all styles Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, licimtiful View

I the men would i..Iii n.t our only j protect SawMill Work and Repairing ,
High Fertile
Dry Lands.
Short
orders ,
01 and make their way in, but in a promptly
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1 _ PARKER'SHAIR BALSAM moment' dog we made were prevented reassured.our The bearingnnvtM'ig. noisethe i :; filled Specialty. 'The grandest opportunity-- -for-- investment ever

CTiwnm and briutiiu. the hur. I but we saw the two men offered in Pensacola.
p.-
Fntn.4r a IUBIIT nt pri.wth.Mevrr !. I Best the market
F&lU! to lirctore OrsyliI&2t : ill;: :iva. at first: slowly then f.ister, i>=GOLA=Q

L C..,.. .to a in d .**louihful*. a Color.p I : and thej' went back the way they /me Seekers Should Sec These
_ *.._....l_t", "_.l IW..tI'J_ : 4'Mine. i I, affords Grist and Corn Meal l jttills LoisAVC1ubbsCorner .

I Were they burglars. ? Wait till I finish Private

I my !ot",.,.. The next day I took my parlor for Jl.' F. GOflZRLEZ & CO., Prop i,

4 Laurels little family and aecompanitd dinner parties. MannractC'iriCIIOlCKMK.liAM

Again friends to their home in the city. We > 1''lllaltfH'N': Garden and Alcuniz Streets.

had each noted the dress, size and general ('111-\: .. XCI 1IO STOCK FKii; : _

-t PaN tst-ttltttt : apivarauro (if the\ two 1'atronlio Homo
... made the Gold men. one) Inrtuntry for tliern hevery
Award tot / Mug( tall and wearing a derby hat Htook reainn frt-d from you the hhnuld HOIIIH buyynur Alannfiiotarpr:Mil! ain! THE NEW GROCERY STORE.MOVER

wi' le the other was short) and wore a lor by no doing you t-ncouraso home Intln .

iI.W.IIARPER ('a 1'. try. Your iiiont-y H tell iu tile i-onimunltj o_. -:_0
Iud you III torn are indirectly: bi-nt-ntrd
.* There was treat excitement nt our IP foHtorlnu the home inixiiurnctiirer yoc

KENTUCKY Ilttl suburban station: and a crowd of I contrlDutf to the ciiuneol! labor. ) oa 01 WILL
It to tbecotnuianlty In wBlcli you live ant
k' WHISKEY people had j.ath"I'\.llIlII'ut some pohoe: which contributes to your appnrt.
officers who had captured two I

I 'G0t4d. j We ''I'illIl'tI.ur mvs and saw our men tv\o To :Mobile and Xew rlein-: -=, Satur Keeps a Complete, First-Class Up-to-Date Stockof
day, April I 5 ,
burgi.irs; ; leaving the (Un ion de-

-A ,. =-.sa rck4.Mspel hiP. "Who nre they?" we asked breath- pot at 10i::{( p. in. Fare for tl round ANTALMDlThpse Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries.
.t 16 I trip, tu ;Mobile\ goOd for one day: i
Il'ssl.l. I
? ---- U.JlI! ; ; to New Orleans, good for twoday

: Sold. by D2DDteisser Bros. "'fr\;\'liP". i reckon." said the stationmaster ;;, $ I I'MI.( ) No b:1goIe; : !:: allowed. tiny Capsules superior: ) I No. 30 W. Government St., Salisbury Block.
jto Ril&uu: of ,(Vpail
t1 "They !! From ,
j _ nearly murdered au Cantonment and Century, A TIXMMIONK:
' (9 I old man up (nit' in Harlem last night ;samne'as IViiacnla.; Purchase tick- J Cvlrba! t and Injr<.ti.I.1'IfJDY I Ij ) :.TJ7.ESTABLISHED .

. .T .4. IKI..wit- he' w.uldn't give up his money 1 I pt* :at ticket oflice. For further in- j TVy cure in 48 Luau the '

CURE YOURSELF The old fellow was ,; formation appjy' to ""iLl(',0: ,jiriaiitJiutfl.. vnyinconUiuiHYlli -" t .
plucky nndth
!'.. IliJ for unnatarslirritaiiunti : 1863.
rllu",1 neigliU.rhooil Hour.: Kixo: or 'c'iiti. ) OHUCGISTS
di.chr. *m.tOliIUI.tIODJ, :: and the oth- i -
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ISNs oru UIFf&IhDI (,'r. are just I'ETKI: THOMAS. -
taking
w twt.s. ( m u toutI'aiulnu. them into the -
PN.aC.sld. sn J But uttin city" McKENZIE
>It! nhIE,$_$Ce iiici&Co. VOf O&UOU4.II11o. We looked I OERTING & CO.
M by DrggWa. at carl!, other! when the I ,

t ILLL ''or x-nt In pluo wr ri>'f. station master had tilli'II'It WICKED CO. o -ncALiasIN-: 0
tr nftnt, prpsi.I l. (or I NIt \
might have "
4 II.IM, vr 1 tM>tlk |i75. been u.-, I said, with
I % Circular xat ou n fchudder. "if i It hada't been, for Prov Ship ChauilleFy and General >apdwape.>
1Jl'neL---nnd Jack." Plumber
-- --- -- - Gas and Steam Fitter

i I,1 ---- : oos AND eos s. PAL.VI-OX ITREI.T.ww .

d1 LENNYROYAL PILLS From Had toornr.. -- .....AGENoy.----........
t 4 | Jonl' -Iron I is- an No. i
T 4.mul < unlucky dog. South Palafox
i ..,. Street. REVERE
.dt COPPER
.rI
M cILtttTF.I'-" KM.LINH Smith-llow's that? All Kinds oi Plambing: and Gas COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLINO'S HO.NH HO.'f
I. hEll: .o.| ...U _..11e bo.... ....4itli Join's-Hig object in Fittings Materials Kept on Hantf GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUHHEL4 HON'S PL'ilPH.Cum .
....nK 1.Lr marrying! waa to ;
I 1........_M......111..1>_other.. .... KpfuMHut '.1... get out of a boarding Louse. r.JIPENlumL,,-. n>>\
Ccrdigi
u.... .t 7... n'j..t .r .*& -&.. !. ; H' Paul Oils, Iiatiul iDJlroneati Ckirti, lic.in, kiln
.p. .nI..I.... T..c'.I.I. Smith-Well! ? '
: -.... k.Iirf''..1..41............ b, re- : I This signature I U on every hot of tho genuine :
lira Mall. ,1.'IlI Tnum. JOUI'S- %OW his COMPASSES, LOGS
.4 aia.1 a..H> Wife i 111 runnlDg KTU
... one : c3 Laxative Brorao :
llrau ( Ikk.trrtb
&
t ; 1 ,. --.. Is.. ........ ......... t'HIL1'4 I'm-. to support the family.-Chicago Xe 's. I|I I iD.t'time nJlMtdlW earN.-Quinine cold In on T&UCU clara I ciatton.C. McKenzie Oerting Collecting Agent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent AssoH



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invite you to visit our store and see the New Goods.

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'WE\ SELL ABOUT EYERITHM A I MAN WEARS !!

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Young's Hats, Hanan Shoes, Crossett Shoes, Douglas Shoes, and Haberdashery in General; t tall


the sort that you'll come back again for, if you give them a trial. Come and see us. I'' i


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Men's Style. I Wade M}or FAVORITE. ''I P'larlt a1or SUIT STYLE t"::1 I I

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.. Thieaon3! Young Men's in favor with smart dresser?;I "hang like a rag"insideof a couple ; I
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11..! in promie of great p''puIir i I ... !t
-: and with that indescribable Hut, Schatfner & Marx; have I: "I
favor, whoeek I .
among men H. !H.; & M. touch of style, there'snot made specialty this season of u ,.f.. I
ty ::.<" latestand best style; nor in r.a.
i, I another snit that i i- more nob full line or these t-uits--single anddoublebreastfd : .
::)* excellent quality. The"11 l ire" I
by for buine or general wear ; every one of I I.rK.: ) I
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I than thi. them an iIlu-tf Ltilln of the 5up.ti j. th
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want to have: the right thing :you we'lbe\ gl id to show you in great tailoring/ and quality.

hart ID.1..t find the H.S. & :'o1. label; I variety, thi. suit will certainly be ; f'
Sd1JtJi't'r j Everything you need in summer I;..1., .
other makers may try to imitate '
swell >Il
1.1 Mari very wear i is here at hand, and at .
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a7. DifferenceAlmost DRESS. I;.j d,

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rjome of will remember \ business .
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w t tv">! again; better made :and r. Jr The thing that will attract I I best general) utility garments ever '+ I ; i I

\ :. > stylish than ever in tt-l I J and please you in these'i -- made for nui/s \\....r. :;j 11 I

,irnit-r rei.'ii. I It Hart Schatfner & Marx suits i..1 I t
For church; for all sorts uf

Hart t SchallnerA :Marx knew I If that they're different from the I day time function*; and for many

( 1 .w to do such thing right,when! i common run of :sack suits; there'a .-I other occa..ionwhere you want II

-i. many are doing them wrong. : snap and style to them which to dress and ,
up may not want to I

r The! Norfolk* have the tinmi- makes the wearer distinguished I bf "full-dre-nd," the frock's the .

J :'\k. blf' 11.5..E' :'i.touchtothem: j among other sack suit wearer thing. :?:.
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Hart Hartt make th<-=f goldthey'll\ h-t you : p 't
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Tailortyleiu suits; tohow you; ) Tailor Mar One of the bes-t clothe?-in\'ht.
l fddf ......rt* of other men's wear. '| U 5\jade :stands: for clothe-saftty. 'Jllor ; ,; '1
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8 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH J8, 1902 *J

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1 I i SHIP'S STORMY PASSAGE. i i SCHOOL GIRLS. I GREAT STRIKE THREATENED. J


WILL MAKE i After Perilous Voyage Nord America School girls are proverbially I I Miners of the Anthracite Region May

Battle With Capital.
Reaches Port Safely. I

I New York. March 23.-\Vth her coal pretty. Fact is, it's a pretty Shamokin Pa., March 25.-Unless

I AFFIDAVIT and! water supply almost exhausted the efforts of the Civic Federation are

If the !steamer Xord America has arrived ': age-that time in a girl's life effective with the coal operators it Is
into more than likely that a repetition of
f here. She had I been forced to put
New Lease of Life for ar, of 1900 will occur in the
Bermuda en her way from Genoa and I when she has all the beauties the struggle

iowa Postmaster.Postmaster Naples! much to tl.e relief of her 42: anthracite region. In that year 40,0001 I .

1y cabin and l.SOi:: steerage passengers' lof womanhood without theI employes of the anthracite mines were for Infants and Children.

IL II. Randall of Dun who had lived for days in fear of disaster I out on strike for six weeks. The convention I
lap, la., says: "I have: I been a great: later lines of care and today of districts Nos. 1, 7 and Ca!'toria i i' a liuniileis substitute for factor Oil, Pan--
I worry. I' mid Soothing Sj-rup. It i i. 1'lfaviiit.
sufferer from Indigestion and result i of America boric, Drops > It
Workers
ins evils furyears. Items!! unable to ob Among the passengers was Frec'.er 9, United Mine coiilains neither Opium Jliirphinn nor other Nanoticsubstance.
tam permanent relief, I resolved: to tr) ick Taylor a fallow of the Royal Geographical But here and there even which districts comprise the entire! anthracite i It destroys! Vorin and ally i'ct cri'hue...

Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. IVfore 1 hat society. who for the last Hi !, field made a provisional II It t-ure-i Diarrlm-iv aid Wind Colic. It relie\e Teeth

taken one bottle I knew I had found months has been traveling! in Borneo. among school girls appear strike declaration leaving the date to lug; Troubles and cures Constipation. It re-julatf* tho

whit Lad !<>nn looked for. After a. Japan. China and Hawaii. "We were i be decided! by the executive hoards of i :Stomach; and UoweN, jjivintf healthy aud natural sleep.

few bottles I was cured of a !soreness it but one day out from Naples when pale drawn faces-a dullness the three districts. This was practically The Children's Pauac'a-Thc Mother's Triend.

my l left side that I had not been. freE the first storm struck us" said Taj'lor. the last official act of the delegates !
from for over ten >ears. 1 aml -tter to lack of freshness which i The Kind You Have Always BoughBears
day than for >ears. Ko
Cure has piven i me a Jew lease of life sel's! decks The ship had a small cargo die. the Signature of
J "If any suffering; person will us and rolled heavily i i tells a plain !story of thin blood. The adoption of the resolution containing ,

.} 1 Kod'l Dyspepsia I Cure, I U-Iieve, If it "The immigrants were lounging; allover the ultimatum of the mineworkers -
is a daa! 'ed !stomach from which they Now this is not right. But
the decks, exposed to the elements I IScott's II i was followed by a scene of
t surer, that they wall receive jierma- and mothers with babes in I wild enthusiasm and the opera house
e. rent relief. Anyone wishing can haH Emulsion can make
their arms were drenched to the skin rang with the acclamation of the dele- ,i
a sworn statement as to the genuinnee ?
C arid truthfulnl"i(,( thisbtaU'iiit-nt.1 by the sl.'ashieh kept breaking over it Scott's Emulsion is pates who. with lusty cheers, approved -; + I

e This testimonial is the voluntary the decks.) right. the work of the special) resolutions' : In Use For Over 30 Years.
t statement of who has suffered "On the night of March IS the vessel ,
a man : committee and expressed their confidence
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what these pale girls need.Scott's THr PNT.UN COMP/NY n ." 6Tmrr NW.Omm r'.Y
found relief and 1 want-others to rc-ohe
was able to make small headwayagainst I in President Mitchell. ,h-
I. the same benttilKinlni l D j Cure will cure ca-e -tomadi Emulsion brings back
any that s-truck the ship shook her from SMALL RIOT IN CHICAGO.
trouble. It re".H the "iiiadi by di.
i ig1 -Unjj! what you eat The re.t alor.i. stem to stern and the crying and wailing the beauty to their faces because The Star Laundry

would restore. health Hut Kudo] of the immigrants, who were panic Citizens and Street Car Employes Engage ,

Iijipep-! Cure a.-o contains tonics stricken, made it a night of horror for it H;; blood food. In Fight. I

which! buildup the organ and hasten us all. Chicaeo. March ::;.-The citizens of ,,II

the i e.j.td tr,uit;. You don't have tc "The captain, did his best to calm Send fur Free Sample I the south end of Austin engaee-l: the Biggest, Busiest, Best !

i iI diet! K"dol IIJ?r"'i''!ia hire lll di., the immigrants' fears, but it was of SCOTT \ P.O\VXK ('h. nM* -, P-irl! fit. V V I employes of the Union and Consolidated :
: ;:e-t '. hat y o/u cat. Helps children, to). .
no avail and after a consultation of Traction company in a hand to''

Kodol! Dyspepsia Cure (tin oficers!! it was decided to steer for HOUSE TAX CAUSES TROUBLE hand fight for universal transfers :,

Cures all Stomach Troubles. n"rnltala.'hl n the America reached -- which Judge Hall has decided must be \ ,.S Don't Kick

YrPy rPlon'ybyF! (' lIyW In.'n...CIMul) Hamilton the coal had run short Japanese Authorities Arouse Resentment gi\en. I t c' '
I Tie S.INttieruutalsetlweston AC.sou i if thin?< don't run to rimmay ..
and the fresh had
t water supply nearly
cf Foreign Residents. | Eighteen men, headed by W. E. Golden -
... create a di-tuibu.. '
given out. Yokohama March -j.-The authorities | a druggist, rode !back and forth .
ONE MINUTE cough cure I .l :: ,: time. If hirt..lol'l lk:
: here have aroused the resentment on the West Madison street lines de- I. your

Cuts juickiy. That's what it's made for. Steamship Lines Settle Differences. of the foreign residents liy. distraining ,, manding transfers from the: trolley to meg grater, and aif tt.! ; w

.i London March >.-The Liverpool 1 roi>wties. of those who refuse to pay i the cable and hack again. They were f"'- 't ,* cream in the starch, if youi .

tI1P }{ Hi.: ; Pharmacy, John tut:eppard Post today says it understands! that the house tax. They hate distrainedmoney refused as had been {expected and. i hav'eafringe; ou them, or a ..

S.K'AllL. the Continental and British stt.v.iship of the Hon Kong and Shanghai the efforts! of the hole
; street car crews to /fl' isM- big enough;: to run your U.

1 lines ha\e settled their differences and bank and the chartered. Hank of eject them from the cars resulted! in I through, mum i is the woid' JI

BATTLE OF FINANCIAL GIANTS. that an agreenn-nt/ in !regard to the India.: Today they seized money and two pitched battles which tied up I bring: them to this; laundry, and ..

_ '- -'- saloon rates between Europe and theUnited i property of Jenline, Matheson & Co.. both !lines for some time. In the battle jt l* face will light with joy when. v

1 14. Harriman-Huntington-Clark Fight Excites States will be announced in a and at other places of business and Golden's back was sprained and S 1
Sftj have attained your desire at i.-t
few
Much Interest. days. > at residences. The officials refuse to he was otherwise injured. None of the I ,
..... lock like a gentleman.
Loa Angeles Cal.. :\lauh J3.!: -The accept payment' of the tax under pro. others were hurt. A large number of ( N a.-c > <
Public Building at Georgetown, S. C. .
Times says: suits against the companies is one of
Washington, March "a.:; -The house test.The
legations are receiving numerous the results threatened of
"A battle of financial giants with as a result
j Log '\ng"I0' ns its theater: has become has passed a lull appropriating $;v,- complaints from foreigners; of the I I the fight ALL WORK C. 0 D. GOOnS CallEd for and DeliVErEd Fru,

a thne-ciirnered tight of continental 000/ for inclosing ana beautifyingthe tieatment the latter have been subjected ,I
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icterft. The war I first broke out between i i to. ASK

"dlt II. I IX: Huntington and Senator :, battlefield North Carolina; appropriating CATARRH WALKER INGRAHAM

W. ,\. (lark. l>ut now K. II. llarriman $UMtiin} for a public building at Ironworker's Frightful Fall. Drugistfor Manager.
Georgetown, S. C. New York March 2Oeorpe:; Shatter
Is coming here to take a hand in it. RfLYScq
an ironworker has been, Killed by' 10 CENT 1
"Harnnidii is mu h disturbed by tlunrnaring
Decorating American Embassy.New a fall of ICS: feet from the enter span i i TRIAL SIZE. FgAcpq cillM W B.
atr.tiide of the lluntin ti.nilley WRIGHT COfllPflflY
t York March :::::;,.-The building of the liPEast river bridge into the ,
system toTiinl the Southern i I Ei's Cream Balm 1 Elttq"W 0
occupied: by the American embassy! water lie came to the surface three: A rJ 1 :
adds local trade and by Hunting- (,lu Relief Omf.i IQ I :
t will! be in the hands of decorators and times before he sank from sight i but It ce'ssrs.-outers tv P MANfFACTl'KEKS AMi DEALERS IN
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I } success in Kt-M'nK! away some of i
1 4 painters! for several weeks in preparation no boat was near to rescue him. and ta uN the ditj 4-
hil.rsf staff lie has detennin"il. ra-ed mcinliraae. It
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t Jl'ft.at Huntington if it is possible\ for the (coronation says the London Thousands of people on ferryboats cures I i catarrh and l::gdrlvrs '--- ,-- ., L LUMBER LATHS ;
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cores&ondcLt of The Tribune' I 1 and other craft in the river sawSkauer 111'11a' coldfathPLraaqulrlly
I to that end has mad. O\.ltlJr" Fj..tr'fIt '''''
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Senator Hark for an alliance to fall. "ii I.' turned a dozen somersaults ahrb'lI, orals ) s SATED' Clf BESS 5flKBlEIlilPralJiHPENVACOLA.! !
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Him'n Your \\ Me. befoie he struck the water. ,Land l'rtttt.cU. the COLDNHEAD I
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/llfl Hiiiuhitt"n's local and interurban Mt-mbran J
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D.,,,,- -he feel poorly all the time. I Rrstor.., the Sense, of 'I'a-te unu Smell.| .
tuil* lines: FLA.
y Pcstal! Company Wins Suit hull :U.-:.c.; Trial Size IDc: at 1'rungi-ts,
A suffer from !lack of enerjry; and a.eurral''uo
by mail. .
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DIIU"ont.: .. :lan'l1Thl':::: Postal I.
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account' litleenerva
Real Intent of Treaty. ::
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Telesraph \iblticonipni.y: has won i Warren Street Ntwork..
at St. Petersburg March L''i.Accnnl tint? :Hie: peedtonic. ftom-
ROYAL STANDARD \VHISlKY\ {
lag to advices! received, here from Port thin; i* wronr with h-r bluod. Hun its suit against! the Oregon Short Line
for a doctor? Not at all. inv dearhr.. Railroad! company to secure the right
Arthur it is lI'lif'thr'r" that thereul Get tier a bottle of P. P. P.' r il'iicklyAsh. ofl'a) for a pole and wire line from I
inteiit! of the. .lm ;lo-JapanPs.. Poke Root and l'"ta-.lum.) the this city carious points Montana; fleBer 8 Years Old, in Cases.of 4 Full Quarts, at S3.20 per castTIH .

is to compel Russia to evacuatoManchuria. I -------
treaty very be-t Woman' ItH;::uHtur and and. through to Ogden, Utah. Men will

The: Japanese: house has Tonic; extant. It rl"at'lj".be; -ource start to string the wires this wcl.l 'r I IS \\11 I-KEY:: : i H ditillC(1atthe Nc-l-oii If I
t e tr cstab'ished: .lapanose Chinese of trouble quietly and quickly, and!
already a The \postal company has alr-ady secured Ky., Di-tillery: and N fully matured iu wt. t
r t.iJ bank to cnmTcie;) with the Iliissian before you know it your wife will be the of to Idaho and Ufiskey before bottling, it !i.. ab-olutely pure and n..tx.
,another and right way :
blethe
kind
.. woman: celled Whiskey of the 1
"Thin( ank. and a Japanese institu quality by any ;awe L'
fate: that: brought 1'. 1'. P. to her no- Utah. _
tin has aerured coniessiouj to el no matter where produced. The Royal :Stanf :i..ri : Ii.
tic* and relief. Our be-t Pby-ician! Could! Not Breathe. f old when bottled
and eoii-idi
: re fui goad i Manchuria.. And the Best Liquor eLrhtyear ,
LL1t iinli-r-e al.d reci'iniur.ri and
it. iio it* excellent i it the !.I.k. .
of all kind; -erved b\ quality chejiju-rt \\ .
Couzh coldcroup, bron
well! eniidiicted !liou-eLuld w herepure grip\
; :;K) I' ICI Ililliilir. ;, Polite and Court&OIj tAttendants. the market at that price. Aa beverage. al '< tall
blood alai coiicomitant hap- chitis. other throat and hi trouble* .
ltis in the uy ab-olmely ctimuhint, there iimni- bhhipptd -
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--- iipi-rtciatrd. should be
'rg j pin are quickly cured by One Minute in ca-e cor.taininjr no tnark-t wl.at': vindicate
il < n i iv"uml I by the lA'.vptian: gnu mi'I'erriiitf -
witllllt! it. Forale
by reputable FOIL MEASURE AND I
i i.- Cou h Cure. One Minute Cough: (content. If purcha-er. upon c-xai.: i
to he> cnrri'nej. n
lllfod dealer- ,
e7ytI1tCr.To
..il.red( tblt "iu t h1(1..... It.r; :t' Cure i I- not a mere expectorant.which AXE QU1LIIY.DANNHEI88ER. the whi-key- not *all-t3rd with the: ijual '
Brim l"r YnurtfolJ1: and :riveonly tf-ir.; orary relief. can return tl! <' i j-aiiie at our espen-e and( m i.. !
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He-tore Yol''K :MKK.M.TH. Ilivi/ii-: itoften-andltruifie'time, mucous BROS. will be refunded. t
i i. i- .'re utirent draw- the inil.nnation and .
rateyuarLuug- and PcriI.\ul'R out remove All um derl l '.uld be accompanied l>;: ;
,} 1N I i ,..-!:"!1 on viKii'inc! there 1':1 the of the di-ea-e. AUllUely AGENTS di'i" .
i : RI: /'oii. :treiiKthen your Nineitiid ciu-e OR THE C'KLEBKATtD:: LIGHT YEARS OIA CU rrt ncy.I'-t'>llice m"IIt'ur.lt"r.: bank ,
; n.fill-:1.'e !In lie. sjiuii .!in; Iniir tlJnI'I'ETHF.: Tak<\ that Ex- ';ife. Acts at ninv. "One I ]'a. pr-ii.'y. ordl.r.'e refer to Fir-t X.
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fy' wiriied: that only! n.; .nl'ies.Ii'ii : edl"lIl"dtt'ill": p. 1'. p. < prickly Minute Cough Cure will do all thaI Harper Whisk y.I flA- L 1ARDA hank or uiurnhunt in I'et.*acola.

ic \U' -. :II t'rolil sleil'iei!. >. ..mil.in A-h, Poke Hoot: und P.'ti-ium.; i claimed fur it," say* Ju-tice of tin House-401 -: 1'alafox street.
: !be. tale Peace J. ,
II : ;jtpir'Ki1' is deprcr.ued; a"
My; wife could not !:..t 'Ifr'hrpalh P. O. Box -2 .1. Pen-acohi, Fla. S. A. FRIEDMAN.
FRUITS AND FLOWERS ;and warelived by trefirstdo.e: Phones llfi Yrs. v
4 )|)Ul.lll'iU 111: :Hi the il'iitodlic. It In* been a bet'ffit to all tny (

.---' Cuttings of roses may be made as! fJ t1ll 1\ ." Hariril"iarmacy, John :........................: -- SUJ.t J'UI'IHLT"I 1'EX-V< "I 1 t E i ,

Clrp Cancer, Blood Poison, Eatlrg the wood acquires I'I..IIl''S.: S.md is :Hieppard: Mdtiey Kahu.

bores, Ulcers, Costs Nothing to Try. best total t them lu.I ; I1.0, BOX II$. TI.I.I.IMill.M: ; : I Itrl
CASTOnA.: : HiSKE'anry0.1
Blood! potion and deafly cancer II planting; un orchard fur fruit! U \.ou.the He K.:j ti Hdte XMIS: Br.?t:: i IVIIT S ORS' Hii

are the wor.t and! tootbletod deep.,rated sell set out a very few kind of the arban' A ---'- I iitndli ev<-ry chi--, ..f {."i''"

t di-e.i-e on eirtli. yet the very licit jool'illlrll'li..s.!! <2<.c/d// M hulk or bottle wholt'aIJr\ n-tai ui! ; .

ea"it>*t to curt' when Botanic Blond The !peach and plum !>re nearly! 5 AT : are way down

3Ulm i u-rd. If you hive! bloo euouuh: lelatitl to I* grafted or bud |I ('nn_e Tor ttrjnleing y S' AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER
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ulcri iv-, led un each other. The plum endures "My! said the 'r. ...
pttion producing bone pa man j : >n surgeon
plmph.; JHIK'iiout patehefelling culd )better than the l>cacll. gravely! t" the! (c-unvut "I 1 am sorry to

hair, itchiiu'-kiii.crofuhold rt.eu- Ka-pberries and bUicklnrries Hart to telloil. that you liave iinlicutions of BUFFALO! W000ANDCOAL.

mati-in or otTcn-ive form of catarrh powery early in the spring; henceIf smallpox: Iut"- !

seao- t-calesdeadly: cancer e.itblfniiai : they! are to be Sit out advnutaue "Wow: Hurray: Whoop: r.urekaT'fhouteil : t :

tug, :. ft-tfrini sore*. *.wdlIUC. should be taken of the first q'l'l.ftU'nity. the! prisoner exiitid'.j."Why '! '. WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LARGER TRADE

: '. lUll p-. peri tent wrt; or -ore, niy man why this rej.iic-inc? *

_ take: lot: +uic Klood Halm i ]B.,H. B.I i Make etery preparation! tc !sow the I hate just told you that you havesmalflgS' 5 Manufacturing Co.'s Office THIS'IXTER THAN EVER: BEFORE.
I will cure even the \\ ort c.i eafttriverytniiiR J
onion H'l..llt the first TLl'dtI..renre -
.1fail.;. It. It. 11. drains opiHirtumty. SEND US YOUR ORDERS NOW.
between a !good and a put.rerc'l' Yes. an' rill goin' t' break out! I
the poi-ou out of tlie.y.teut and the : :
blon.i. then evryori. heal-t.inakinsr\ depends ui'oi! a week's differencein Whoop 1 :" IIE'EIoIPlJ.WAST: TO :
the blood pure and rich :and building : the time of snwinz.: It waa! hopeless\ case, and they : LEAVE; AX OKUKK. 1 Thompson, Olsen & Co,

; up the broken-down body. lio- If the fruit trees are split! by fro-t. a gently placed him in a padded c..n.- .I

tunic Blood Halm i H. It. B. thor- pood! plan is to heat raftm_ wax.spread : Ialtiworc'W8: : ; TRY BUFFALO : Manresa Street, Telephone 147.
oushly> te-ted for :\11\ ) '''lIr.'. Dru! it .I _
OUT a pure if uiu-liu and I
storel large bottle. Trial I Itreatn1t'ut 5 rKi.POWDIII: ;. *
per )place! it oxer the wound, t.un with A Printer Greatly Surprised."I I
fire >I.y writing Blood .
Itihn C,>.. Atlanta, (Ji, Describe strips' of the same to hold it in place. never wa ?o mucn urrri-ed in Your husband will be all*imlea 1Ihen : :
A.
tE; trouble mid! free medical! advice my life, as; I was; with the result of J be sees the result:,. *: M.AverSUCCESSOR

Driven until cured. H B. 15. does not Inetperlencrd. U-HI.; Chamberlain'- Pain Balm,"
contain mineral potions or mercury Mr- Weddi-rly wonder why it i is ays Henry T. Crook, pre;<,man of J The way to a his man's heart 13 throuzh! J I

(i.to; M. many verti-jj remedies). that single: men are always the most the Asheville (N. C ,' Gazette. "I 0. stomach. .. ;: Id AVERY A WouLFOLK

l but ic'\nip >*ed of Pure Hotanic In- anxious to co to war? contracted a severe cae of rheumatism Uee 33TifT* .lo Brand BakIng .
h gredientOver ;flXn) testimoni-ib ofcures WeddiTly! suppriFe') It's because early lat winter by !getting my Powder and everybody will J; IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
Botanic Blood Balm feet wet I tried several things for
taking
by ; be happy.
they don't know what war really! is. .
( B. B. B. '' it without benefit. One day while t .i HARDWARE.

---- looking over the Gazette, I noticed 2 Your Grocer Keeps It. J
\d'f'rU.lnlon..olt. .
that Pain Balm
,1. To Till Tlirm Ont.Mrs. was positively guaranteed .
: ):,'nku-I notice got a new "I)id you set your lost dog: back to cure rheumatism, so .I
you Mien you ad"ert'>ed?" bought a bottle of it and before a*,- ..........................; ,I Iron, Nails Axes; KhoreU, Haw1 ill and Kteamb

r suit of clothe today.! "No: !but I p I.t three better ones."- in? two third of it my rheumatism Supplies' Cooking and Heating Htove'', Paint. Oh-
T The Hourtl'r-Yl'; but they're too TlcH'lan.ll"lain Icallr. had taken its flight and I have not Window Glass, Guns!, Pistols and Fishing Tack.
1 roo!'>.'. had a rheumatic pain since" Hold City Taxes-last t Notice

"Well, you can send them back and Chronic Diarrhoea. by all druggists! and medicine dealer Agate and Tinware and Ilouscfiiriiisliiii: (Iloofl; 'I.LrAOEX8 .
"
get that altered. *.
.'I'n' got a better scheme. I'm going Mr. C. B. WInpfield. of Fair Play -- FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL (;OIl'Y"1k1
Mo., who suffered from chronic oA.s-ron.iA.: i ,
t. to look up, a pooJ boarding buSl'- dysentery for thirty-five year, j5Chamberlaiu' Bemtht ? 1B! ird Yu Hate ]'ears Bo1J TacPayer-Interest 11-2 Revere Giant Htitched Keltinjr' ; Northampton Emory:
Kocord. y Wheel
l'hlaJdlbla Co., Liftin & Rand! Powder Co. JohJ'Qn'd hat;
-- ; Colic, Cholera and : cent on taxes. Call l ,
8gietyroRubberliose per your
Diarrhoea Remedy did tim more + # 'I i soml e. Iron Kim and Huck Stoves and RanWi

RAW OR INFLAMED LUP GS good than any other medicine he 01 ,_ and settle if you wish your Coups tit Co.'s Raw Hide Lace Leather, Ma-un !*
i Made
Yield rapidly to the wonderful had ever ever used. For sale by all Railroad Colors.
all sizes at ; left the advertis-.
name off
curative and healing qualities of druggists and medicine dealers. i i I
Masonic Fla.I .
--- --- 1 Temple. 'J Pensacola.
Foley's Honey and Tar. It prevents the Willis Hardware Co.'s. ing list. I -
pneumonia and consumption from a Do you want a magnificent; watch i ---

h. rd cold settled on the lungs; W. for little money 'if :so, call on The finest line of umbrella* in the X. McK. OERTIXG, TALigaltnre{ !

{ A. D Alemberte,121 south Palafox Stephen, the jeweler. He will accommodate city is at J. I. Stephens'. Go look \! Tax Collector. t8- Laxative U Brom ea ntrj- twx uinine of the tablets gmasne
them.
r : .re et. I I you. I at 1 I Im-w '
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/tbe
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26, 1902. g f


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CUBAN POSTAL FRAUDS. I
TIlE RESULT OF i

Rathbone and His Pals Are Heavily I

AN EXPERIMENT Punished for Same. '

-- Havana, March 25.: -The trials before Digests

the audtncial court of the cases
rlg.na1.]
arising from the embezzlement of Cuban
:r' .-. i.tinin: ;! ," said Miss
postal funds has resulted in the what
-I ,it the breakfast table youEat
t following sentences
:

tu tulh.j : | C. F. \\'. "etly, ten years' imprisonment t
U I Il
'. -A w'man twenty years oil. and to pay a fine of JoC.701.; :

. -.no: ,.4.and car doming r,< lou!,to fonj act of as XV. H. lteevf-6, ten years' imprisonment 4 '

b and to pay a fine of $35.516. ; \at t, I .

r" sail: the mother thought- 'i Estes G. Rathbone, ten years' imprisonment ... ; '.f
and to pay a fine of $3:; ... a t
t ':L' ailu-rtlMr, whom I IullI 1 ,
t, .1 ui.ui. say* nothing about i ii I 324. I I l

Rathbone, Xeely and Reeves have ItI

v n Ht I srh\ -tt was liH.kiiijr for a been on trial here for several weeks j : Dyspepsia Cure
Rathbone I ,
, -.1 .in tst'nil the aduTtisfis. was formerly director of' .

w I in\itc to call, which posts in Cuba and Neely and Reeve .

",, a niiuiiany of IIIT iiiotb.fr. i ii I were under him. It is alleged that the I FiI

luaii
:.J ii'Jiin-ht.v' in his! rllt';, defraud, and that as a result large I heart talks." The little talks where nothing more nor less than indigestion. ly digest food in a glass tube or in I ,

sums were embezzled from the postal! j people get right down to honest reason, to Of course that is serious enough but you bottle, under proper conditions, isn't it f ;

: ..' -!," said th*> advortisi-r, funds of the island. common sense. want to know where the seat of the troubleis common tense that the same elements will f<

-, \'IIII1I11"a lumsfkcfjN'r.{ If :i The frauds were committed soon '! You hare no doubt at some time or other BO you can treat it properly. digest the food in the stomach? Of courseit t'
Again such food as should be digested in is; it can't help it. Several years were
the ,
experienced annoying and
It tt ill take uj her resin after the United States took charge of I J painful symptoms
of Indigestion. Digestion is the the stomach but is not digested there, passes expended in perfecting a preparation that
;:!IoU. in my aiiuriuicnts affairs in Cuba, but the men were : process would The result
I i by which nature transforms our food, Into the intestines and bowels where it do this very thing. was
"r 1".ltj"lI.| I will pay each a : only forced to trial during the present'' by means of various Juices called dlgestants, causes more trouble. The bowels become Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It contains every 1

'.tsars.! Pardon( for I,eing: ye ar. : into blood which is then carried throughoutthe constipated or "clogged up", the waste element necessary to the complete and perfect I

!his it 1 N l-Ur that I should I body and used to make flesh, muscle, matter is not passed off but is to some extent digestion of all classes of food. I'I'I

i' e that liiur inatrimoiiy BODY FOUND IN WELL Lone, nerve, brain and material of every absorbed back in the system. This poisons! It permits you to eat all the good food you

I.. do with my intentions.ouaivujflit I kind of which the body is composed. the b ood. Then what can you expect? Can want and digest every particle of it withoutany '

IA>UMtu "lil Sensational Discovery At Brownsville, \ Indigestion may arise from a variety of can any make person healthy think ftVsh.healtby that this poisoned bone! healthy blood aid whatever from the .stomach allow-
but the ing the digestive to rest and regain
of
Tenn. causes, generally because some organs
-Aftair a Mystery. elements which make the juices .kidneys, healthy liver, healthy heart or a the!r normal healthy condition and !'trengt h. tHy t-
digestive
and iiiotlwT
r HIaojfjitid: up
Brounsvillp. Tenn., March 25.:; -A : clear healthy active brain? I+ it any
all Kodol
,','r neat tit live In Mr. Vini ,, sensation has been, created here by the I Idiscovery are lacking. wonder that ninety five per cent of the digesting tones up the you entire eat system.DyspepsiaCure It will ;
,i : -. I'roiu the tint be Undigested food gives you all kinds of American people have bodily afflictions: ?
of the boilof '
a woman in e' trouble.In give you life health strength, ambition a
: + i'WM*. tll'iUL'h Miss Ift-foot well. The whole point is this. If people would good appetite, sound, healthful sleep and f'
.. called the first place you have a most distressIng digest their food properly most human ills
i x IM rsionally
ujion i i I The body, which is evidently that of pure, rich blood that will enable nature to
in .
would
feeling ant'rrating.
your stomach especially disappear.You
'i' "r a litter or ('tI')' I correct many ills to which the other organs .
white
11I11Il'I a
,I woman} was taken Irom the Soon this! undigested food ferments, no doubt would cure your indigestionif
to iTojHTty. At tinit well on the division line of Hulifin'prove. }' the gas distends the stomach, and in its efforts you knew how, wouldn't you? Certainly.Now of your body may be subject ,

1 month Mr. Vlntoii paid This place has served in the to escape, it causes belching. It also if the digestive juices or fluids! are Kodol Dyspepsia Cure never fails to cure I :

-i.! said that he would In' I i past as a picnic ground for the people' | causes a pre>sure against the nerves and lacking but wo substitute something com- dy pepMa, indigestion and stomach trouble*,

;lie the arrangement in' of Memphis. arteries leading to the heart giving rise in pored of exactly the same elements or ingredients even after all other medicines have failed. j'

I ,'I'Mjmuteil.: She tilliil i i the mind of the sufferer to the idea that he in't it common sense thit the Can there be any possible: reason why it I.
When
'.f adverti-emi !lit. j|i taken from thef,1I the body i Las: heart trouble. Nothing could be furtherCandid result will be the same? If a certain will not cure ;you?
j was found to be in a badly decomposed j
Mi jiaj.M'd. Mr. Vlnton I

.,' .initially. S'.nit-liii't-s I Iiy however state., to establish There were the strong belief signs that, |i Heart to Heart Talks. III!

in the cteIUII. Mice' I

I i- away several days tot ;, the woman. had been terribly burned j Dear Sirs:-I had Puttered for years with Dear Sirs.-It gives me great pleasure: to of the stomach (heartburn) and indigestion t tSf >
i-ulled him where lie |' b< for* dr-ath. Ftomach trouble and after doctoring with write you concerning the good qualities of ) that he took no comfort from eating ,

.. i lie did he never told The affair is shrouded in a mystery several doctors who did me no good and after Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. I had a stomach: any kind of food, but after having tried

unI.Mkatd! hintitference that no one is ably to penetrate. The being in bed three weeks at one time trouble of four years standing, which was prescriptions from several physicians without -
; 1'1".1 ) l last use made of the water from this when 1 could eat nothing and my heart so bad at times I was forced to abandon any permanent relief, by taking two
to these alt- well was in troubled me and ached TO ut times that I business and remain in bed.I bottles of Kodol Dyp..psia Cure he ar.pears '
.1 I !V :It hust cixil. !She! did ,i September. thought 1 was going to die, a friend recommended had tried physicians and all kinds of to be cured.-Luke J. Collins.

'". 1J.th..11it.I' a thild\ ) ..rlll I'J |i your Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. After dyspepsia tablets vain. At last throughthe Sworn and subscribed to before me on the !

iIT.,' Mr. Vintoti failed t,) i GREAT AUTO RACE CALLED OFF. 1 began taking the first bottle I commencedto recommendation of my druggist I trieda 13th day of June, 1901Geo. E. Collins,

.,' irioMty! \\bereiiinni she improve at once and m' appetite beganto bottle of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. The effect :Notary Public.GtntlemenI. \
r I.. all and declared that it Bavarian Authorities Will Not Let Improve. Now after taking two bottles was highly gratifying as I received immediate have sold all the Kodol j;

111...' Mih a ridiculous Racers Cross Their Territry. : I am 10 that 1 can eat anything and every relief and less than two bottles effected Dyspepsia Cure I bought of you and ordered
ari i I I New thing. I cannot recommend too highly the a complete cure.I twice from the jobber. I recommend on my j
' 'it u.is ttnninateiL Mr. Vin- j|j nick March :Information i II Kodol Dyspepsia Cure to all sufferers with never travel without a bottle of Kodol own accord every bottle of Kodol Dyspepsia '

r !' I,," 1 .,nui" hts IJi"'lIlwr{ action | recehed by Albert C. Ilostwick, chairman i< Ftomach trouble and indigestion and would Dyspepsia Cure in my valise. It does the Cure I sell and haven't heard of single

!.. ened to l lt rather plea Se.II of the! racing committee of the j| say to all that it you will only try it, you work quickly and thoroughly and I cannot complaint. Yours, J no. P. Islerliog Corydoa

i < ...,n.: lnr on to more of the Auto < lul of America, is correct, and ;! will be cured as 1 am now, after having say: too much !in its praise.Yours truly Junction, led.

,! I 1' u.illy !-oIl( Ix-caine anr) :: OT.<' of the greatest auto race fixtures rent hundreds of dollars with doctors and Geo. R. Colbath Alpena Mich. Dear Sirs-After seven yean of suffering '
'. I petting no better while a few bottles of Ko-* from chronic indigestion, I was finally
t i1 I 1- 1111'1'i i\\ in tears. Mr.j ot the year, the international race ,,
: I dol Dyspepsia Cure made ma well.-Yours Luke J. Collins of East Windsor New York cured by using three bottles of Kodol Dyspepsia
; I'n (Ii rlier without the.ight; :\ from Paris to Vienna, which wasscheduled
.. most respectfully, Mrs. Julia Hursh, Butte deposes and says that he has been troubled Cure.-Mrs. Annie Alcorn, Meredith,
: it ; .!NT. iideed rather with for June 5. will be abandon i des Morts Wis.
with dyspepsia for two years having acidity Pa.
i
>" ,,!' ureat: satisfaction. e>d. and several noted American chaf- i ,
,
: '._ a dHii-ati'! little mihe '' fears who ban prepared for the event !

'i; Mi, Viutoiihich! fell into will have had their pains for nothingi Prepared by..C.""WII'* Co.. ","... Tb.SO..."""eont.ln. 2 tlm.j..uckby: .cl.ilmeisur.mtnt;"tl.trljl.l2.wllclii lliter5ee, t<. .1 I

i.-. Stool! ; it to hit i The Information received by Mr
.
.m: \\lii--! !! he read it. His
Itobtttick is to the effect that the Ea

u,is not tll lie read. Plat varian authorities have absolutely refused Cures all stomach troubles

t i ..t.! !iii his I"'k..t. be went to to grant permission for the
',. .., Ii
I and wjon after l.oui',
i.
to their
rai ers cross territory, and that
n him from oil !
i n t ting a
it In':.tig!: impossible to arrange: anoth ;
C. u 1 '"i 40 out with a suit Misty IL i
cr rente the race is therefore called, .
I ,-i v !4.It I exicted.: shi' said."i ------- -- -- --- ----- -- f
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off. -
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t :..
'- _. ,ie tu the country to visit some Butchers Blame Large Packers. I slightly damaged, carried over from | The following letter from A. J. Money and T:.r to their children for I I
'
Erl! L.hi lure with." Early coughs led rold*, for it '
N>w York March :25.!; -At a mcetinaof la-t season! goods we sold at *:2.2":!;, Xusbaumof Bate-rule.! Ind., tl.'llt! rontniiHliiu.r t
Viiitoii remained: a wet.k. Whtnl.ercturnwl. "Pll1tt-1I other poi-ons. \\'. A.
away own H)1'1 tiered for three
f: fit) and *:3, to xt'L 19.tents' .
the members: of the New York Retail go n'Alfo1l1bprll', 121: S.
hicfu I'alafox.
IxjiiNt' asked lieu boIntcrdcil months with a severe! cold. A druggist : II 1
:! Hut'hers' association a vigorous ( Fan Black and Full Seamless '
: to !1'1' married. I prepared me collie medicine, and

"1 nm not enpiseil.; be replied.They protest has been made against the re Half JIo"e, the lUc good, at a phyicitn prescribed f->* toe, jet I i ;

were sitting in tie library nt irnt increases in the price of meats 17'sCpair. did not iinpnivf I then tried 'ol-- ;

1 tiiic. and Vititoii took Ufi a I IHK*.. It was declared by the retailers that I Uent-1 Fast Black and Full Seamless ey's;: Honey" and Tar and eight due

. ,'" trh'olln rain to kwp her tongue there was no reason for the rise, and Spring I Half Hose, the loc and aic A.cured D'Aletnberte.me Kefu-p 121 !substitutes Month i'alafox W.

."' tu .id. Finally!! she could endure the blame was laid at the door of the grade, this. sale lie. street. dlllt, I II

iM'-e, tin luiijer and a ked a large packers. Ladies' and Children's Fast Black ,

; "f inadmissible question, I
and Full Seamless Ho-e, lOc grade, $273.: \CIXK Lll'.NCHKS S275j
,
!f them Vinton answered other Sheridan Will Sail April t. ".

.1. \\Idle others he receiu'd! i in San Fran<'isl'o. March 25.: -Th? this sale T'2c.Ladies' j The prettiest lannch i? tl| e Kacinti +

Itut not for a moment did hiIlly ,e transport Sheridan which will leave and children's Fast Black i Launch. 16 foot one-H. P.eats six. I
and Full Seamless Hose aNo ]1 run;? very fast. The IUciu Launch; I :
color
:1!I dissatisfaction with her this port for Manila April 1 will carry ,
: to into his affair Bargains the 15 and L'Oc grade, thi sale lie. is the one adopted by the I an-Ainer- I fI
i-tiiiK pry !* '' 21 i casuals: and fi5 men of the hospital 1 lean in
Exposition Uutfalo: because
:
:lie to.d I her that,he had Par'n corps in addition to the Twenty ', -- I they are the bet, more reliable that I '=

".i i'\ilnl; who bad died during ninth infantry already scheduled tc ': 1 i any other; they are simple, pea ks !

-. ie. l...uie! arose and strode take passage \Vewouldadviseyoa to cut this worthy, safe, and full guarantee

.1 of the room. Vinton calledI''i't ad. Lippmia Brother, Savannah, Ga.,
-A T- out and brio? it with you and'i 1 i from ,
Gunner's Arms Blown Off. are agents the manufacturers: ,
\0
there will: be no question about 1 i i i and a stock of the-e boats 9//
'; mind. he said. 1 am London. March 25.: -While the'' Keting carry at allI I p p"jlI11tIlUllli
time ; sizes: IS ft., 21 ft., 2c ft., on 1
kiio\v what has offcnilnl Prince and Princess of Wales were these goods at above price I I I I
hand to be
shipped at a lnlQ1ent'fI
launching the battleship Prince ol Yours for Legal Sales, 'I notice ; trial given to any one wishing Gas for Easter ,
led believe what
to
me
Wales at Chatham today a gunner Brawner's. i, to purchase.
"
)j' who fired a salute was mortally in- !j LIPI'MAN KKOIHEKS will make
F. your wife and
u 'iltinz for him to continue E. Brawner milts Savannah, Ga.
Jired, both his arms being blown ol. family happy
evenings and
it! a< he only said "Thank o

1 '':vh." she went out and Charleston Wants Fight 10j; South Palafox St. i 1' La grippe coughs yield quickly to day time"evenings by the ,

-t of the day in her rise Ill' Charleston S. C.. March :24! -J. C. -- - -- ,, the wonderful curative qualities of USH of drop light fur the! ,

'' :....l..1. Jaudon wired Harry Iteecher, sporting OA.STOn.IA. Foley's honey and Tar. There ii i the family reading circle, ,

.'t the par Vinton invitedi editor of the New York American and! nothing fle"jii'.t a- good.V.. A. time ,
) Head the following list of Low Bean the )}he 61rd Viil Ha.e Hinays &MJ&1Blgnttue D'AIemberte 121 South day a ;11 fuel for cook
i I nimbler into the library Journal today offering a guaranteed Palafox ing. Nothing .
Prices : street. i so! well] repl.tC
-1 to them that he desiredt'uIr purse of $::;.. '. All Wool Bilk Mixed 41-inch i m a fuel as &
; present arrange- of the gross gate receipts' to have the '
Black Crepon, the $1.50 and |200 coal prr.duc'-gas. Let us ,
20-round glove contest between Jtf- I I Marston{ $ Quina area .; tell
'ie continued, aJJr.'ssllI grade, at !.i Ii-C 'ard. SCHOOL Sfl'I'LlKS I IAt I you all shout its advan- ;
tries and it/simmons on May 1:. pulled fnts the
All Wool Silk Finished 40-inch for celebrated tugs and take
satisfy: jour curiositI y off on the grounds! of the South C. V. 'Ihoruptomr't0.. 11 South your orders !
I \\ ilied to make a very Carolina Interstate and West Indian Black Henrietta, the f I.uu and Si l Ij; 1'alaiox. Odorless refr'iseyatar'.s., I I for a Drop! Light or a Oa '

i .!.itch. The lady's char- kind at jilc.; absolutely Slove.Peflsacola 1 "
txpoMtion here. If the offer is accepted Besides the standard lines of stationery guaranteed or
,, 1'11..1 In my utl\'t'rtl .t_'- an arena with a seating capaci.tv All-Wool Fine Twill 40-inch Serge we have, in tints with envelopes money refunded.

.t tlu ,rist and have a of 2ooito will be, erected at once in black and high! colors, just the to match : I Gas Co
I'Hiien. It Is that if a Royal Crystal Bond.Hurd's r .n
for Easter Costumes ;
thing K>e and ,' ,
know what a woman Holland Bond. I LEGAL :
"':lln c'rcumstaiiees he Father Mother and Child Asphyxiated. 75s: grade, :it 4i1.cyarii.iteincli : Ladies' Art tatlonerForc \ ..... ADVERTISEMENTS.- No. Pa'afox St., Pensicola. Fl..

she will act exactly Chirigo. March 24.-James Towns, j All-Wool Silk :Striped Bap- >hm Mail Etc. I MASTER'S SALE. --

his wife and their S-jear-old dauhtor color Arti"ts' Material. Office t
1 lie would expect. I tiste, cream only, s-uitablefor Supplies By virtue of n decree of f.jr
-: 'Ins theory and It it wore found dead! in bed: here to Eater waists los grade, at 4'.icyard. Memorandum Books, Etc I j d"r.d by the Honorable U: J, K..n"clo-nrc_. Jud ran( Every Woman
All new and of tbcircuit: ,- Jjijt
bright. l"tUft of Kambi: "
had! been asphyxiated by
i would apply it to the day. They :!! .inch (warranted pure' Black I Florid ,\ county, '\, islotrrtauakivtiri.naMtiinwT '
Iarch.A.ii.lise
1 marry and thu* c'11- gas from the kitchen ranee. A plughad Tart'!tta Silk the $1.25:!; grade, at !ST'cper i!ilntheca/rrk. br,(' of Mrs. M. K. 7....k aWl if\ I l \ \A ab uttllrwuM rfol -
husband aiain- A' 't M1R1LFIhirlingSpray '
1 been remo\ed from the rannnd t Robert
luringI
of ,
"S success. nrix.ki "'III.on Monday, the .
yard. ,
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I hate applied the test the man's arm was thrown over the ( r of April. A. II. I\"!. ,t'l1lti public auetiontn' t y .
20-inch (warranted pure) Black: be city of IVnsacolB. Florida,
i eidit times and you child's apparently holding her down. lrial. hours of.al... the d""cn the JL tJB -* Itl k..1.p,.
following
Tatfetta Silks, sac quality, at 65c *d .
tl.e mmlitions! sixty-nine: These circumstances are cited by the : per e l real prnprrty.pItuat... lying and b.inz In > y wr 4nnM for K. '

1 readily see the advantwo police as evidence of a double murder yard. EASTER lt.H tbecouniyof..tC: Tu ""Ecambia.,t on -halJ mat. E, of' Florida of 'j, al MINI', Y.L R>HI pr ry rnrlb't i iI j

women ff like; char"e and suicide: I All of our Colored Silks in Solid! *, Iutb..a.t' quarter I E- .;and for Ea.t hal tll"l, lI1.IraIM1 rr.hulwudst.n.p l.NaH4, h ;Y :
g Ytry
otXto practice ujwui.t Plaid and Stripe to go at 4Dc. 2' 01 the'pelt::, half,'of 'N''ctfun Of 1\the.. .OUtb1..II't4uart..r'J 1 'raux' Irlo'/ll.t.sM'M,1NIa4? q r '

Practically Starving. All of toe 50c and &5c kind to go at CARDS In Los n ulp ace (5., north of range, tbirtvl ?
,e 5 ,e ODe (1311: west 0' T"llltba-.e .. m'cTlmeeBldQ.\rwlora,
;:11 the theorist's expo-i- "After using a few bottleof Ko- 37c all but Silk Mercerized Madras. Florida, and (containing one huDdred m rid'an In
,':hods Louise from t tj'<-nty one Uil, acres, and
rose Ino1d! Colors and : mars or 1"05. Aln
dol Dyspepsia Cure my wife received Zephyrs EGGS and DYESAT thrtonowing d'erlbf real
estate.
tray: sailing; majestically perfect and permanent relief from a :Stripe, the :2oc!; kind, at 17c per Commencing at tbrnortbeatt' coraProf to-Wit the: I "
'''::1\ when Vinton caught l northwe.tquartrrof the norlh..t ,.
severe and chronic else of stomach i yard. r.f section tblrl..en ,
13' ive
\+ .list and! held her. trouble." says J. R. Holly real Dortb. raOIC'lblrty-one ,to"0.1I10.: "... I'j WI
I-land .t.
Yard Wide Sea Percale "
',e said, changing; ; his tone.iestilt estate, inurince and loan: agent; oflacl1mb ,J. )1. COE'S. west log; south one bUDdr..1 it"1 yard,.m..a.ur-tb..nce I !: I'
twobnndndand
new styles, 12'c quality at lOc. twenty f::5a _
of the experiment 111. "Before using Kodol thence north one hundred ,/,.,, yard ,
1 let A few dark color in yard-wide tb"oce cast yards, .
The practice piece Dyspepsia Cure she could not eat an hundred along section line t"o

piece, and the object ordinary: bleat I without intense =ufferinjr. Percals we will close at 5c yard. I point 0' bl'jlnnlllg and twenty and r-"I yard t oImporter. and ItIer, In-

.1! from the problem. The "She: i* now entirely cured. Figured and Striped Pique, in /Ithe sod on"-hI\If14 j aerr..mor"orlr.ContalDlng;. A'"o four' I t
ed while I was away :Several physician* and! manreme- at F. R. Bruce, ole agent for Glover nortneatquarteriNF: .lofthenorth' Chinese and Japanese
dies had failed to give retie" You colors, 12lisC quality, tj'2c yard. & Dent's dog medicine ; finest in the eastquarterllF lo..nblp :.' I ofsrctwnthirtera/1:1/ .
I \\is: etidca\'orln;: to win. five lit) north
don't have to diet. Eat any good All of our Boys' Pants, 25c; grade world. / tony range thirtyon3tlwest.andcontaining e Fancy Goads I
cine more than strong: food you want, but don't overload at 15c. hundredths \e: i was planning for the stomach. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure garden hose nether with tile Improvement Iben'on aDd
All of Boys' Pants 35c and 4oc Buy a new the hl'rfldltamtoll and FINE CHINA TEAS '
-.s that would hate ao s always digest i it for you. Harris1 appurtenance ,
the Willis belonelng or In .07 wise
from Hardware
"' :ig: htr I was falling In Pharmacy, John Sheppard, Sidney grades, at 25c. taming Uredsatcost 0' purcb..r.A. apPer-] 31 South! Palifox St. s

1 u." 1'. A. MITCH L Kahn. I One lot Ladies' Oxford Ties, plain Company. mlO;>aw4. i'hJHR. k
I tpeclal Master. Laundry Office. Pensacola
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; : 10 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28 1902.L I

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t. ATTENTION SOlS OF VETERANS FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY. -

FLORIDA EDITORS WHLCOUOH -

. There,will be special meeting of
E. Sons of Confederate
A. Perry Camp, -
or Cold ft* once. Conquer* Croup,
Veterans, at the law offices of B.
WhoopioK-Coagh fafl. All and mothers Meaale-Congh It P. Reese on Thursday evening, TO
without
praise HAVE

IN ANNUAL SESSIONFirst Doctors Hoarseness prescribe, Grippe it, Pnenmofiia for Bronchitis.and Confederate March of 27,electing at Reunion 6 o'clock delegates to for be the held to purpose the at-

Conenmp ton. Quick, rare results Dallas, Texas April 24 26, and the
rrict.g cent: Refuse the dealers wbrtitute.
transaction of other important business -
All members are earnestly requested -
Dr.BnlEsCOUGH to attend. By order of AND
Meeting Held at Hotel Escambia This R. P. REESE. I

SYRUPAlways Commandant.
LESLIE E. BROOKS
Morning.An cures when others fail. Adjutant.
t tf Or.Ball'PUUcwcCaiif' tiMtton.;o pUl.toe. -
La Grippe Quickly Cured. TO HOLDBOTH

.f '. B. H. FAIRCHILD "In the winter of 1S98 and IhW I
was taken down with a severe attack -
Interesting Musical and Literary Programat of what is called La Grippe,"
VP80LaTE1 .1 L. Hewett,
says F. a prominent
the Opera House Tonight, to Which the 38 EAST ROMANA STREET. druggist of Winfield, III. "The only :', FEET WITH MORE COMFORT AD1010: STYLE, VOt
medicine I used was two bottles of ,
Public is Cordially Invited.The I Caroet Work and Refinishing Furniture a Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It ......SHOULD GET INTO A PAIR OF OCR. .

I 'i. Specialty. broke up the cold and stopped the
coughing! like magic and I have
Phone 400. never since been troubled with ,
I i initial session of the twenty-'o of the State Agricultural; College. Grippe." Chamberlain's Cough;. OXFORDSTHE : : :

:ii iii iii t third annual meeting of the Florida Business Management of a News ',' R. K. WHITE, Remedy can always be depended up-
)aper-T. T. Stockton, Times-Union', on to break up a severe cold and
held Hotel I Matchmaker, Manufacturing Jeweler ward otf any threatened attack of
Press A5*ociation was at and Citizen, Jackion"ille.Yocal .
I j pneumonia. It is pleasant to take, PRETTIESTroii: > OF THE SEASON THE WOK '
t cambia this morning IOo'clock.. Solo-:Miss Esther Rosen. j and Graduate Optician, too, which makes it the most desirable .
...-IXI'oiI I) THE SEASON. ..
tein.: iS South Piltfox St., Pea+'tol", FU and one of the most popular
I In the absence of President: B. B. When Is a Newspaper Lie MoralJohnM.CaldwellewsJasper. I! preparations in use for these ail- '
ments. For sale by all druggists: ,
Tatum, Vice President Peabody i j I NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE. and medicine dealers. '
.. The Newspaper Canvasser; L. 15 I STYLES TO SELECT FROM 15
called the association to order, and Vnder and by virtue of the authority The most reliable for I
Bittinger, Star, Ocala. vetted In m*. under Chapter act of the preparation
iatro.loced Rev J. M. Donnelly, Laws of Florida, 1 Have seized and will dell kidney troubles on the market i is
Fraternal Journalism; and Second- at McUavid Kecambla County .Florida Foley's Kidney Cure. W. A. D'Al- ____H'__" ___ ___ ...__ .
,
who opened the proceedings with Class:[ Matter-Sumter L. Lowrey, day.between April the Inch legal. hours I'--! !, at of public sale on out Thurs cry to emberte, 121 S. Palafox.
I southern Pythian, Tampa. the highest bidder for cash the following
described personal There's lots of to be made:
prayer. propertyto-wlt: Twenty money
Vocal Duet :Mrs. Smith and Mr.
tacks of Cotton feed Meal, the
property of In real estate-lots of it. A real estate MEYER SHOE CO.
11 on. C. Moreno Jones, mayor of j /\-"hley of Gainesville. Harrison ISlieritl! liowman.of Kscainbia(1ro.E County.,HMIT't"orid* .. sign is usually a fin rer-board to ,
Every One a Place-Miss; E. Nellie iMmch-15t wealth Thos. C. Watson &
the city( was then introduced anddelivered I
I ]Beck I Courier-Informant, lUrtow. Co., the leading Real Estate farm,
address have some offers which it wouldbe Feet Furnishers for ('ash! Onlj,
a most eloquent How to Make Newspaper
a Country Spring coming and dogs get sick worth your while consider. Go
i of welcome on behalf of the city, to Pay-Philip Isaacs, Press, like people. Go to Bruce and get and see them today and don't wait
) ]r'ortIyers.. medicine for them. I till to-morrow. 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
f+ which Mr. J. W. White of Jacksonville -
Vocal Solo-Mrs F. E. Rrawner.: i i iI ---- .
I
responded happily. The program for the meeting at I

Hou. W. A. Brunt spoke for the Hotel Escambia tomorrow morningwill I ss ss I

commercial organizations and ins be as follows: I #ww1QwwowIwk

i 9:30
a. m.-Routine business.
tenets of the city comparing the !
Reading[ and discussion of papers. I BOYS'LeEASTERet
1 status of the journalism of Florida How Subscriptions Are Paid to the ,
I Easter
and the commerce of Pensacola in Country Editor-E.O. Paiater, Agriculturist Offerings:
DeLand. '
l\j:! with the present day, as! illustrated The Agricultural Editor-louis i

by brief reading from a copy W. Xim, Datil Pepper, Evaville.: | o-AT- .

2:30 m.-Routine business. '
yl of the !sixteenth number of volume p. :
Outsiders Who Know How to Run

one of the Penacola Floridian, the a Newspaper-Frank A. Walpole, I L. FRIEDMAN & OD'SRACKET 5.

only! new-paper then published in News, Palmetto. :

tho-tate. Policy of a Local Newspaper SUITS : i

A. Vans-Agnew, Valley Gazette, STORE.= MI

Hon. tieo. W. Wilson of Jack*on- I i;simmee. I III
, i ,
vill made a brief auJ appropriate The Modern Equipment of a Country i :11'
Newspaper Ollice-S. Weller1 I o-.A.T-o | ,'list n-rvm-tl a 1111111"111"- I.h" tor 1 I'milanl :'

fp-p ll..e. Johnston, Agriculturalist, DeLand. | :Silk* :it .... .. ..... .... ...... ... ... ..... .. _t.tt.' >;u.l I ..
Adjournment. .">O Ladle** Wiilkin:: >kirl .1 ilst l Ht'c.t'hc'.I. I..
Oa l>eh lf of the local press Mr. from .. .... ..... .... . . .. . ... .. ..... >'J in xS .. .
4 p. m.-Trolley ride around city. ] The Store | .
Chi.A. Choate of Tn E: NEWS wel- Big ::t I'ie'c'c'" I11'1'a s <;iii::liiin; ", \\orlh I Or, In ...
The program for tomorrow night'spublic K" sit .. .... ...... ...... .. .... ... .. .. . ...... i jsinl'' -=- !
4ke coined the association: : to the city exercises of the Press Asso- H i :.tU Laclic. Carter silk shirt \ViM.rlli I.'

and Mr. C. L. Kittinger of Ocala elation at the opera house will be I, "f', ,for. ... .. ..... ..... ... .. .. .. ... .. . ,.. 1.(1 ..; '
enriched by a unique musical number I i
made the response, after which the | ...:
by Pensacola's favorite male
Big Stock Swell !
Styles
annual address of the absent president vocal quartette Ie?ers. W. S. Gar- i : "I'rf'tti ac Wf'1l" thr ('hf'.lr..t -.>
]Mi.11.l l
field, Halcott Anderson R. W. Bush- nery Hal.dlltt..Ctty."wlI.t\rdld'' "
e was read by the secretary.The nell and Walker Anderson-composed Low Prices !I j of all at our "opmin{, Thursday. ...

committee on membership expressly for the OCCUHJU by ji Let Us Trim Your Easter Mat fur Von. A

Miss Emma Chandler of this! city. ,
presented a large number of
! approved i III
? Sa4S5 4 4' S7 Fine Blue Serge Suits at........... ... ............ ......$. (M' We Guarantee you Perfect r'tu.ftctiou.
application: for membtr.hip.after S Fine Black Clay Worsted Suits at.... .... ....... ..... ... 'otiO 'i ..

rs j Fine Fancy Worsted Suits at.-. ... .. .... .... .... ...... BOO ..
action on which the associationtook SOCIETY EVEN TS Fine Fancy Worsted Suits at...... .................. .... 51M) .
:a recess until 2$0;$ p. in., when Fine Fancy Caimere Suits at.... ...... .... .... .... ... 4.50; I YOURS ANXIOUS: TO PI.KA-K.
1 1i Good All-Wool Serge Suits at...... .... .... ...... .... ... 4.00 wM
i 'Jie routine bu-iness of the meeting: C Good All-Wool Worsted Suit at.. .. .... .... .... .... ... 4 ."s)
l AND PERSONALS Good All-Wool Cassimere Suits: ; at...... .... ....$,1.50 to 4.00 L. FRIEDMAN & CO. :
1'p '.rill be resumed.ToNinlit's. 2:: Styles of lllue and Black Cheviot. Fancy and Plain .
Casimere, in Up-to-Date Good*, Stitched with Silk ?
I'r The public is cordially invited tomeiul 1379Pair; of Our Celebrated "Crack-a-Jack" and "San- IIIIIIIIII.I. _
Allen R.Parri-h Miami i- among r dow" Pants now in stock. Every Pair Warranted.Full ,
the meeting at the opera: the prominent vi-itors here. + Line of BOYS' HATS for Spring and Summer,in both \nfVjJVI\ ) v v fi... r \Y v \; \ .

hf'Uat t> clock tonight, when the Hon. Funk Adam cf Ja-per is + Felt and Straw.

fallowing iutere-ting; literary and among, the: prominent visitors here i iHon. I'
musical program will be presf"uto'uuutll'lIt"IllI'oofe.or'1' !): H. E. + SHIRTS New Stock for Boys, Exclusive Petterns --- ....................-...-.................-..---------- .a a. a. a a a a s ,a a
Day: of the Florida c 1
.\ F Mellsath railroad commi -ion i- a \i,itor here The Greatest Line of Boys' Shoes ever shown inc
School Exponent Jackon- today.Mi SHDES I the City. Nr.hby !Styles for Little Men. Such + + :

t ville.Ad.lrespre.identT.. *. E. Nellie Beck df the L'artowCourier Celebrated Makes us Burley & Steven !Strong; ::1 1 r

II. Taliafer: Florida-editors UfOrmlllt htre. i is among the of Point and and Durability Merriam.: and Shoes at; Prices that are that noted are within for :Style the, reach Comfort c + HOW mH DOES[ II HAPPEN j


Philip I-iiitcs and :MiDot Stout ,.,.,., ,.,., .
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lilt; MWNOM..VM.vli ; + "" '"
of Fort Myer. Fla., are among; the all.READY : THAT
A OF
,jue>ts at the E>cambia.Mis i LOT f'I
OT liy (Ruining; O'ttt-e.
Rortha Jilli*. daughter (JfVln".1 =TO=WEARI
Colletprobably wrnck a grl'ltt'rwu'.ut.qt' F:
iilln( 'If We-tville. among I I $12OOO.OOWORTH
r : of SouthfriiT* than; I
Northern people, for :Smthernersut the E-cambia's guests today. o -AT- 0 + 1 :

it more Iretly. Mis Sallie Cummins of IeFu-
The work it does i U distre-sng| uiak Sprinir is attendiuar tl.e meeting THE BIG STORE. + OF i
I instance ; il- of the Florida Press A"odatiou.: :

y- lu-tration.N. 4th :-:., Itichnt nut, Va., writes, D. E. Thompson of the St. Augustine : i GLOVING AND GT'S GRN1NG S!! G ODSi
"I WH- a cutter' drinker foryears: and the meeting Daily Record of the i i,1 Florida here to Press attend Aociatiou. ,,. r \Ve Can Dress You Well Easter Sunday r

fur about six years my health WHCclll1l'lt'hl Without the Aid of a Dressmakerti +
I s-utfeied
f-.ufulh'* with) ohlttt'rj.headache> and nerv- The many fril'ndof John F. or Tailor. $ i j Is thrown on the market and sold to :
Hu.n.-s, palpitation of the heart Pfeitlerwill regret to learn that he
4 and toss of appetite.Myrirhtgraduallybegan. quite ill at his home on Eat Inten- SILK WAISTS: .|2.25: to J 5m .1 consumers at less than the I
dencia
I to fail street.
WHITE WAISTS.5.) to 32": It
ami finally I fort the sight of one Hon. J. H. Taliaferro prident of + SILK GINGHAM AND CIIA\IBHY.... ... 1.UO to 200 + ::1 cost of manufacture ?
eye altogether. The eye was operated the State Agricultural college at PERCAL WAISTS. to 15)
upon and the right parti illy lake' City, i i" among the guest.* at CALICO WAISTS (with pearl buttons;. .a.:, +
n>-t> red. then became totally blind the E cambl.l.H. e SILK :' 6.50to 2750 ::1 t NOT SHODDY GOODSI

in the other eye. I H. :McCreary. editor of the SWELL LINE DRESS: SKIRTS ........... 4.50 to 9.00 c +
"fly doctor used to urge me to Gainesville Sun, and wife are in attendance BEAUTIFUL LINE READY-TO-WEAR .
collee, but I wilful and + 1$-BUT A-< ) ;
give up was at the ses-ion of the Florida 1.l)) to 250 I
continued to drink it until finally Press Asodatiou. FRENCH CAPS AND BONNETS FOR CHILDREN e 1 b j
a last cu.e of revere illueis the doctor SAMPLE PARASOLS' IN FANCY
State Ccmptroller A. Church COLORS AT ,CLEAN NEW STOCK; ti -
insisted that I must give up theootI"Hso
Croom is the HALF PRICE. + ,
among noubl visitor* .
I began using the Postum i .

Food Ct'lfee. and in a month, I felt here Florida: to: Press enjoy Association the meeting of the LADIES you are cordially Invited to inspect our line 1 YOU ARE WISE, AND IF YOU WANT Hi K" 'OV,Ml, I b

4t likeI a steadily new creature.gained in health and Hon. Geo. W. Wil on. editor of of Ready-to-Wear Skirt, !Suits, Shirt Waists and Ready- + l IF DON'T FAIL TO CALL AT TIlE BIO DOWN.TOWN M t.

ftrensth. About a month ago I began the Jacksonville Times-Union and to-Wear Hats. An Outfit for Easter is Easily Secured OF THE LEVY-POl COMPANY: WHERE THE !f.M" It.

uing Grape-Nuts Hreakfat Citizen, is in the city to attend the Here at a Norniinal Price.GENTLEMEN e :1 NOW GOING ON, AND PROVIDE YOt k"JoI. WfTJI U F
Food and the effect has> beau won- meeting of the Florida Press Asso F
derful. I really: fen I like a new ciation. Don't forget that we have a Complete YOU NEED IN Till: LINE.McMillan.

woman and have gained about 25 Mr*. Frank Wilde, wife of Rear Assortment of Spring Clothing, Stetson Hats, Up-to-
I (> unds. Admiral Tildes, U. S. X., accompanied Date Dress Shirts, Walk-Over and Packard Shoes. b
"I am quite an elderly lady and i by her daughter, arrived in
before using Postuui and Grape-Nuts the city yesterday afternoon en "\ 't. 11 & Beers ;
I could not walk a square without' route to Palm Beach. They left on i'jI I II
exceeding fatigue, now I walk ten or the 7 o'clock train this morning. II I

i twelve reading without I could feeling remember it. Formerlyin but Methodist The ladies church of the willopena Gadsden bazaar street ltll' & SOU.I Levy-Pou's Old Stand.
milt loljnsott
;1 1a little, but now my memory holds at Clutter's music store Thursday l .. -, ;
fist what I read. and continue it for one week. The I -r n.v.. T- -T-e-- r--
"Several friends who have seen .
i public is
cordially invited
to call I -
the remarkable etfecw of Postum and see the pretty thiHgs they have, '**ac xa We will launder your spread for '
sad on me have urged All kinds chain a
Grape-Nuts on exhibition. 16 cents each and make them look of
t that I the facts to the public F
) give
like 1.)". Star Laundry.Reasonable .
t for the sake of suffering humanity, TO CURE A COLD IN TWO DAYS Plant rocking chairs at Mars *
U MI, although I dislike publicity, you a spring garden. I Don't miss the bargains! that are householdand
can publish this letter and my name cans Laxative E.W.Orove's Bromo Quinine( removes tee I !! The Willis Hardware Co. being offered in furniture at the 4. Quina's. Prices are f"i
if like." Price IS ngnatars oa every Swell Furniture House, 20 and 23 kitchen utensils at the
you boxj c :ats.
'j sell the
I tools
can j I
you cheap West Government. Willis Hardware Co.'s. ww..T..a .






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