The daily news
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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 29, 1902
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Related Items: Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola evening news

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J10 r ih 'Pages; .: ? THE DAILY NEWS. BFj 10 Pages Today a I


The Cream of To-day's. News by Telegraph Condensed for Busy Readers.

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That Old Cases of Chronic Ca- I : ON THE L. & N. ROADS _

tarrh can be Cured. HERALDED ABROAD BY NEW''

That Will-,. . . . o. ...-.-. 0" ORLEANS BANKER. 'i' NOW SUSPEND
\ Medicine t

C u"e Cases of Catarrh t t 1t I
: Special: to The News. -

,1' Long Standing De- New York, March 9.-Mr. Pearl ..
t special to The X* s.

.. -\es! a Very High .; Wright, a prominent business man Decatur, Ala, March .9.: All I ASTOR'S LONDON

in the Annals of and banker of New Orleans
i 1'1\[ ( ( who is north bound Louisville and Nashville I

f ; stopping here when interviewed '' I PAPER PRINTS
Vrdu-al Discovery. to- i trains are laid out here for an ,
Mf1t day said that New Orleans is surrounded ;, indefinite i
I period, owing to heavy A LETTER f

"' '. a Medicine is .w by a territory that i* on the II I rains and serious washouts in this !
!I __
eve of a commercial revival that
I'. tin a. .f" > state. I

: 4f l saw.T will amaze the entire country. 'I All the railroad wires are down ALLEGING THAT PRESIDENT MAY

'If t.-timoni.ils are 4 "Within three hundred milts of I and all train orders have: to be sent NOT SEND SPECIAL AMBASSADOR
Jar f oM '
\"T\ ) case "
New I
Orleans, said he, "new lumber
i-irrh that have rent I by long distance telephone.It TO CORONATION.

....,. f., and cotton mill ,
r teirrtnamntly -, I'in:;; are being established -
is that there
reported are two
J" by : at dozens of towns and these already I
hundred washout between Tu
?cumI -
to The New s.
,I 1'. not all rom from c' there are more than bujy. I bia, Ala., and Memphis, Tenn., and
nwl th..um LoudonIarch 2'J.-William
: p'Ij"rlun )- "New Wal
lines of
| of them Irttcrs steamers are being it will doubtless be many days dorf Astor's Pall Mall Gazette
today I
\ I ,..n and wottim j>r-.mi- pushed to Central America and 1 '
before trains can be run on huythinglike 1 1I publishes! a letter from its New York
and |irnf"'--ioiul err I ,-. _ Mexico "I
.s. and New Orleans
t thorn w--11 kii'n from I now has I schedule time. correspondent to the effect that
I'i i!
sailings twice a week President
to Central Roosevelt decide
le1.u.I : may not
r KranklmVaten I WASHOUTS IN GEORGIA.Special
( American ports and one line touchesIt ,! to send Whitelaw Reid as special
11 ii pthiiti'in amen; the ,:, a ., I
4\\ v.T"f Chicago. He I* } ; Cuban ports. i to The New';. I ambassador to Ring Edward's coro

,'..I"I'1 mere verdicts I[ ,\' Rome Ga. March >. nation. The letter
I ":\'ew Orleans and other -Two washouts says that the pub
cities of f !
1"11" II -UII- rlwranaln fi I
f ;* !1 are reported today the At- lic outcry against the president's
it .1 <> lii- Rzein:; the the South are receiving desirable on

'. iml I irmj liu pra.'ties I* 1 i officially representing the
'. \, ,., a- nut I 10.t.r.m ft'' :\ immigration from the Wept, East, :lama division of the Southern Rail- the coronation
; so great that it
,. 1
t' Silver Creek.
girt of } way near
\ --, II. 1hard :j jI Germany and England; and all find 1 would be no surprise to find President i.

I' il" w 'Or t'jur men.I I|I ...... ",. .... .. immediate employment or payinginvestments Great damage has been done to Roosevelt eventually backing 4

-- .... i hid Inn i' .. ;-.j-r.--I ,I ...._to. 1 if !'! farms by the heavy rainfall. down on this point.
...".."" ,: ... j .,.. ;'-1- they have 1110Ilt=y.
ir arrh .uid hav: ;J Jfh + -
n v urt-d <>f I t tt |I It is i reported that eight; thousand "The truth is that Roosevelt is

't.I i 'rvl., %w wa- ott- | I I It tt t !!;i feet of track in the vicinity of Lafayette seeking re-election," says the letter, l
> "f ur iHTt'T-- "and the
voters will
have to be
\ i, .c f.L..N: In.; >uteinltaten""lt Chattanooga and Rome on the

: I.t COLONEL JOHN" FRINKLIX : OF fJllf.UO.; : Southern railway have been washed sidered. In this way even the pre

.\ '. III., ... \II.. !. ',. '. : ..____.... 0. . -. . ..-.-+-+- t MISS BJJRKHARDT away. ident cannot always obey the Innate
." :aml'iI..II.:1 < sprain John H. Lyons, of Chicago, I veteran soUior sod a prominent member promptings of a gentleman in extending .

", Pisa me great I .,, -" passenger of C. .\. U. Camp Xo.102. Great havoc i is reported in this entire the courtesies of his !

Mirf r., testify In the merit olm 1 a sen t for Captain John II. Lyon=, 1612 Prairie country.

.. w uri, rtmeti.* fur catarrh as t ; r various railroad Ave., Chicano, I'.I.: writes: IS A CANDIDATE FOR CONGRESSIN section by a terrific cyclone and It is to be neither praised nor blamed.It .

'., r /'"'una, I had suffered for a i frompanieaforthe "For twenty jars I suffered with cloudburst. is: simply understood." ,

1 ,,,,,'>('r "f Ie..rfn, n this ray di\. / chronic catarrh but thanks to 1'eruna I OLD KENTUCKY. --- I The article slurs American manhood -

.....rrcahlr..I".J/ Jra rrmfdle/ and. hut had until tried I many use d / t )" tza\1 I ttour twenty-yearn, 'I am"It now afford entirely; me much ourcd.pleasure to make I TERRIFIC FLOODALMOST and has caused great indigna-

i I', 1 connected a statement in behalf of your meritorious i I Special to The N r*'i. lion
-I.ta none if the desired rft,". I
with the remedy, IVruna. I hare lined for
i, 11 that I am perfn.ll Louisville March 2l> -The race
tan 1'ost0ffICe catarrh and have found it to be all you ,
hecrtullt r lJlJmt"nd'run3 to ajvu.u Department claim for it. I had suffered for twenty i i for congress in the tenth district of Special! to The News.

tuiffring (mm tatarrh. t for six years, years. I cheerfully recommend Perunato this state will this year be enlivened

JOH\ f. U 4 Tl .',. { sthe Police anyone.offering from catarrh, all I I the HARRIMAN Washington March yj.-lt has I

in [. Randolph .'1.. Chita..r'. 111. pa Department ...lieve that a; in my case, it will prove !j i by candidacy of Miss; Mary been reported here for several days
J.1L Lyous. | forii year:., a sure 'ure.-'aptain John II. Ljons.Adilreid .. Rurkhardt a beautiful and wealthy that
r in'i it is not
i- '
(p ( 1 e... + ._.._ unlikely that Whitelaw
+ and at pro; The Peruna Mediein. Co., of young woman who is running on IN TENNESSEE-PROPERTY LOSS Reid
a mn "t J with the rraud Trunk II Columliii, Ohi.>, fur instructive free the ,I may withdraw his acceptanceto
r..r".aJ. 1..1 a )mtlat Caae. lie u A I literature oa catarrh. prohibition ticket. : as
go special
OVER A QUARTER OF A MILLION ambassador to the
She i is the first candidate in the '!

,\ I"VAl I Pre d.it: field and H making a house to house 'i I DOLLARS. ---- -- --- --

'">H. t VPre-, del! ; f. C. MORTON. Cashier; canva-. II I
CoiidoxiMocl M. E. CLARK Ass't Cashier. TO COIN
Strttonaoiit of tlxo
Mi-s p.urkhardt says her motto is
special to The News
AMERICAN NATIONAL the olden; rule, with prohibition I i'
BANK Knoxville
thrown in. Tenn., March :#.-The PHILIPPINE DOLLARS

town of Harriman
X-ACOLA..\, FLORIDA. AT was almost com
From Report to Comptroller pletely wiped out by last ni ht's
!>>peclal to The ewi.Wahlngton .
, JU.or nn;:..... TRANSACTIONSIN flood.
LIABILITIES. e\"eralli\"e* are reported lost an Iover March '!).-The republican
!;ut |M,: 726.i:
> Capital Stock $2n0.ft)0.no)
i2.S.i;: Surplus! 10000.00) a quarter of a million dollars members: of the Philippine

l II; rd.,. ;3., RJ.tsNet Profits 5,4s7.12: S; worth of property wa* destroyed. c ominission has decided that the
;).2)0).1: }{
? 79,500.00> Filipino dollar
hxt .r*'. 6.7l'.14 shall be of silver,
75,00000! I
5nl.9t Deposits nine thousand fine, and
326,04408: containing
1t11. .-127,22125: Dividends Wi.OO II, Special to The Xewj.Washington four hundred and sixteen grains, the

f' .I:;.; March 2tf. same as the Mexican and
$6t" ,12i'.20 J Bombay
.. I house judiciary committee STORM IN COLORADO
'j -n .l for business October 2:j, 1900. We.respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give is considering dollars.

:"npt courteous and careful attention. :! a bill to make the attorney I ____ The first

Interest Paid on Time Deposits. i general brio; anti trust suit against I coinage will probably be

the Commercial Cable Company Special to The New,. from twenty to thirty millions. J
for agreeing with other cable companies Denver, Col., March
M tSfN [ 29.-A
BUILDING I EASTER MUSIC AT THE I as to tolls. storm prevails on the Eastern general I TEXfiLE'STRlKEJVEBTED
Further consideration of the oleo- I' i

OFFICES LEASED I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH i i! margarine bill will occupy the atitentlon slope of the Rocky Mountains in I I

1 _. i of the senate next week. ) Colorado and snow has been falling

A <'.>. Real I Mate The followinz program will be ren- SHIP ASHORE'Chairman of the Agricultural Com- (' continuously in Denver for the last

:- this ruittee Proctor intends '21 hours.
morning the deredby the First Baptist church I I to ask the
4 number of offices [ -- senate to take a final vote on the At
i I choir, assisted by some of the best bill I many points the storm reached Special to The Newi.
Wednesday or Thursday. If[ |
-''!i. building, which U pecial to The News. |the
j local talent, Easter Sunday: New York ''he I succeeds: the Chinese Exclusion : proportions of a blizzard.: Lowell, Mass.! March 29.-At the
: given the finishing l, Organ Voluntary-Uiulmante. large bill will be taken up immediately. I)' The conditions in the northeast conclusion! of the conference
I of
,..t* will begin to move I full-rigged ship was burled upon the ern( portion of the a
state committee
"Christ Our Passover"-Schilling. are very citizens! and
breakers oil Long Beach life ( representatives
;; saving -
"it week. TEN MENREPORTED grave and great losses are alma of the
"The Strife is O'er"-Palestrlna.i : textile council in this
i station this
"' 'or seems to be theta J morning. She was ;i sure to result. city it
i Te Deum C-Buck. announced
.. driven before a southeast gale, the
a* nearly all the |
i Easter DROWNED threatened strike of
Offertory Dawn-Wood- sixteen thousand .
struck hard and .
1 ave .*o far been leased immediately began TRIAL mill
THE operatives has
., ,r. :|jman. to pound herself to pieces. been averted
': "Christ is Risen"-Buck. !i AT NEW ORLEANS I for the present.McDnffle's.
The life savers were promptly at
.01. who will the
occupy Organ, L. Hilton Green; piano, II: METEOR POSTPONED
.. tt-H. H. Boyer, C. W. the scene and rescued the crew by I, Tasteless Chill
i Miss
Dr. C. Ray Mitchell and Capitola Covington; violin, means of the breeches buoy. I' Special to The sews.New : Cure will build up broken down p
i Max Heinberg; cornet James Riley. systems and make the blood
The name of the ship is unknown Orleans, March 29.-It is Special to The Ne... rich and
,1 healthy,
l.rsti. j
; The*e have all of- re-I I certain cure for chills,
ported that ten l guar
.r This Will Interest Moth .. and there is no communication with I or more men New York, March 29. anteed or your money refunded.
"ccupiny. Kaise
drowned in the
I river today. There 50 CENTS. I
Mother Gray's Sweet Powder for Chit Long Beach so it can be obtained. William's American built Sold
;:"ulld floors are yet with- dren. Cure venhness, gad Htomach, I were twenty-one men in a boat got j not take yacht die by John Sheppard, trio S. Pal- I

but a wealthy New I Teething And Iiaordars. Itreak.. up Colds, move ing to a British transport anchored I I' her trial spin today as ar- afox street.
regulate tb Bo *U and destroy Marston $ Quina are sole : | ranged. The trip
U ormi. Thy arrertan. Over SO,< the was postponed un- Winter
fi KK() testimonial opposite city when the boat Coughs are
rain on taking oneJ capsized apt result 'In
At all druggists, iSc Hamplemall agents for the celebrated Monday owing to
rough weather consumption if
!d FREE A\1l1reuAllen H.: Olmtted and only about half of them The neglected. They can
LeKoy.N. \'. Odorless refrigerators, have reported since the accident. yacht is expected to sail for be soon broken up by using Folev's
I I Europe Tuesday, Honey and Tar. W. A. D'Alem-
not feel tired all tbs Drink Red Heart Beer absolutely guaranteed or I pay the printers to tell you about Hamburg liner Scotia. by the berte, 121 8. Palafox.

-.." y people don't-you ,, money refunded. the big bargains in furniture. If

.' take llood' 5arsapaw the beer that made Cincinnati I you miss them it ii your fault, not Ice cream freezers I f
I'J'DyBaJStope the Tickling. mine. Yours truly, O. M. Pryor, 20 Foley's Kidney Cure freeze that ,
w [ famous I
IIId quick aial.+ InftammCinJ;fa t>all'kr. and 22 West Oovernmeat street. naka kidaeyi and quick, at the Willis

bUdier rig ht. Hardware Co.'s.r \I ,


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FFICE eF.fS tr i UQx/:fi9TER1:: :n.: THEY ARE GOOD !

Dr. Ball'B Cough Syrup cures Cough TMEAOMIRAL
: or Cold at once. Conquers Croup, I
i' Whooping-Cough and Mea.sle-Coh 1747 Rhode Garnet Work and Refinishing Furniture a
I without fail. All mothers praise it. Island A.fftUIWASHIGTO'I

.: Doctors prescribe it for Bronchitis Specialty.
t with! I
Governor brought
;' Hoanenettg, Grippe, Pneumonia and Jennings M Phone 405.

I.j 1 Consumption.iM.KetnU: Refaethedealer's Quick, sure substitute.restdts. him the commission of Hon. J. Em- 1 % \ -- I flflg SPRING AND SUMMER |902

met Wolfe as justice of the peace R. K. WHITE,
I Mr.l II sly nosy
1 DtBulIsCOUGH this district and delivered to ffatchraaler, Manufacturing Jeweler

Wolfe the paper yesterday, this act : and Graduate Optician, II' YOU WANT TIII I.IAIUN(: STYLUS: IN

i SYRUP installing, the new justice into office I Feb. 18 1901 I .a South 'alafox St.. .I.ola,fla

I Always cures when others fail. t and forcing the suspension of Former' A. R. Breiner Co. ,
Or.Bull .P1bCIII'CCOnati..t1on.o pUU loc. iF i ii -

i .1. Justice Landrum.The Chicago. SPECIAL TRAINSTO Low CutsBuy t
took charge of
new appointee Gentlemen :-I have e

;F j' THE WEDNESDAY the office this mornin and will be used Coke Dandruff I D'FUNIAKTwo

ready to discharge the duties when I Cure for the past

: I II MUSICALE RECITAL such' present themselves. Just now I year and found it an Curs, They are Swell.

i 1 there are no criminal cases to be excellent prepara- excursion :trainsof) )_ eight

: : heard, the docket having been tion.
j coaches each left this morning at
The Wednesday Musicale will give
i ja j cleared the officer. Justice .
+ { I by retiring i:3Oandi:4Zo'clock; for DeFuniak ,
::1 I recital at the residence of Mrs. E. ':
e' will be dispensed at the office each with good crowd*.| plore.than f
t' E. launders next Wednesday at 3:30: i]
i occupied by the deposed justice.Mr.
.1 l I. :200! ( ticket were sold and the surgingmass ,
rt p.m. Wolf said lat night that he :
I i of humanity at the depot was a
Each member has the privilege oft ''
knew nothing of a probable constable' great encouragement to the railroad NATHAN G. FORCHEIMER, Prop. .
t inviting two or three friends and
t W. A. D'Alemberte's.FINANCIAL .
understood that
,j appointment I people.A .
; honorary members are especially in- :
1' : (!! Tited to be present. The following I the governor had requested the executive {j jI ''a STATEMENTOf large number of white and colored See Styles in Windows 117 South Pal ful StEt

'1 will be the program : I committee to I people from the upper portionof !
man for the office, and this recommendation the Btart of I'ulilic Instruction ;
the county arrived on the 1 5 a.m.

Chorus"The Program.Reapers"(Clapis- 1 I will be made as soon a* I lor Ending KM-amliia'Ialdl County 7. IU<)-for. lie Month train, remaining until the departureof % kJt g '" Y Yir

son>-:rviloists, Mi-s Nellie Roberts, !| the committee can be gotten to- IMC\ in:. (.B.Ktb. the excursion train. A cheap :.-f: : [ ; ;Y' wnw U U"- j,1.e

Miss Laura Marsh. gether. 7-To alanee I fI.''''_ 5rtl ;. '' ." o.... ---v"l. :... OQJ ,
< 'rate had been allowed from all 1- '. .
). III-To cash troutatt' : \r z;..:.
.. .
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"Rhapsodic Hon rol..e"-LI"ztJ- Capt. Frank Wilde, the former citylIur"hal interest fund.. 1.c44'I'rb J.' t' -
( .
cash points between Pensacoh and /= :';': ...., : After Winter's Storms lrj
Miss Ethel Marzoni. il-lo from taxsale .? : =: j; -1\ ;!r
is prominent among the certiorates .. 't! To; : O- .. .- i :'"101' ,
I: "L'EStaseAmour"-Ilardi( >--Mrs. Mch 4-'locasb from I 'Alemberte. Flomaton, and the patronage accorded Hl! < /7 ';t 'j1 and January Thaws?
i candidates but several others have tai year II.'o i 11(1 t'lMcb. : ,, ) : ., I
I n
iI: F. Brawner.. -locasb framl''Al- was gratifying.;: _- ) .1 .
y '
I I petitions in circulation and each ..mb..rl"la't lw'1' ,:tX 12 :: .Jln 9 { \.0, -' j, ".. I
";onata Pathetique"Reethov.e ( year > -IV'l ; The excursions have become quite : ., : Bring it to us and we will ;j' +I'
I < I:. K\ lCARRAS111Atp.I.a "'\) (i'tP.- '
en-Mrs. D. R. Uutherford.Chorum thinks he ha- the office "cinched. ,.".'. X H Cook supt salary li"> uOl.Wm. I popular among;; the colored and '-Ji ii i .,..tl"iJ.;.;' f.i ( F. 'I shipshape and good c-u.Ji' : :
: -"Nancy, .Ma Ytllow Ho e'' Among thee are E. W. McIntyre I I : \ '. ciro BValser.. fornibbt 1\
.' alike half Jir
stamp for once 50 I white people and nearly I
_(/it'iht-II. Ja*. C. Clark and ( eo. S.Slocumb. I:**. C H 'Turner plank
I Intt-rtl1i""i'Hl. _ I walk, for school No I.... 47 .'5 r of thoe leaving this morning were if\; -c'v'), \ I list Hore Shoer alway- r-..t.;
1 IuMU> : Jno :Scott, janitor
I (. !.If I Duet -' 'I.e Ileveil D'Auour"Mozkoweki Hew to Cure the Grip. lt".i school.. J M So trooat 1 .. repairs Jlt so I colored people. 5 't'1\ J. 31. Hillianl & {'o. .

}! ( ; -Mrs. Marion Clutter' Remain quietly at home and take school..3 ana 4'1' :;.T 'a1M7. i At the earnest solicitation of -I _:: \\ { \l.tt\{ \ t.i II'
.{ + .: Chamberlain's Cough Remedy asllin.cted : N h Cook supt ex- 'CGPfBtOHT No. ; fl Eit Garden: '.
:: 5 !
and MiVirgie 1lu"l11eler.H : >
a ; '
,y prn.e bill l .... ... :l'11 ; President Bruce the la-t excursionof !
and it quick recovery iMire N I! fook.H' ,
C "Merrily I Roam"--;.Schleiifarth: 1.11"-,1. exprnrstoGrs
i to follow. That remedy counteracts ... ('0\-" :-Ipnnjt. :.I a' the season, to start from here at
I _:\Irs. J. C. Pebley. i tendency of the to result in : "..|. Mrs Jt-nnie lorrvnce, I
I i4 } "Fau..t"- any grip janitor hchovl >0.1 1'mil.f'lH 'the u-ual hours, will l be run Wednesday. '{1III1rrttfVI'iIIUiir1H't.fr
I (: 5mlthIi. Louise pneumonia, which is really the only 1 K H Kul.Hiiks.fort.nl
.. Bon if ay. serious dauirer. Among tOe tens ofthousands puce due painting. school I The Chautauqua will clo"e a ,
who have used it for the I building :No ;M I ... 7 :15 I
'it "Cara la"-(Barnard i-M is-< Bernice i:Ml.\ Mrs K KKcnM an. mtcrtt profitable sixweeks'eion, on that ( )1'1'11:1)1'ALFRED : ::
'I not one case has ever been reported I '
grip .. ...... 7th' u)
Nicholson. that did not recover. For 1.II>H.'f C Watson .t Co, In- ,day and it is expected a large num-
t t Choru'"Home, Sweet Home"- sale by all dru-I..t5;::; and medicine I, trust...... tl:! 75 MOOG :
1 I.aluC: U Vcttcr. work en ber will attend from here. On the ,
i4 I 4Vogvicil-Accompanist,, Mrs. J. dealers. stoves scliools! and 71 i 5t) .
M. Flinu and Mrs. Marion Clutter. u I. Ifrin.: shale. Henry tr..l'J berry, for 40 cu I following day a return excursion 1H>. ONLY E\CLI'i411I: : 11I _

i t\ Chorus Director-\lr.J. W.Hpencer. li'l."i: frnbaocla Home and from DeFuniak will be run to Pensai a
I HttMngs Ass'n, interest HI nj i|
Pit Ifi'lJ Wicke A: Co. repair I cola and all the celebrities who have toA
-- -- schools I. 3 and 70 7 45 '
1.R.4H., w H Kilbee, wood for | been delighting thousands at the
i JS!
M The J. Huoton, in reply to a question I:W,GeorgH l'alll. jani- [ lake thN season will come here and Liquor Dealer
following from A. J. tnr school To .. .. 10 sefa&ubrorge .
ii 1 : 'usbaum of Hatesville, Ind., tells its last", night, stated that the Pensacola : : McCam.Janitor 1 J remain one or two days. r p
school No !
1" (W
it f <
t own story. "I uttered for three Development Company has abandoned Peter ix PIX'UI.: .
litftn. Illnood and | The u-ual Saturday rate will be III..,
: months with a severe cold. A druggist supplifs school :\o.- .) 70 '
!' 1 prepared me some medicine anda the first test site and at pres- 11:11: <4l, Henry "hmilli' wood i| allowed on next Wedne-day. 325-327 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET. :
for school 06. J '::5 i ii _
physician pre-cribed for me, I ent are doing nothing.
I yet 1:1\1:7.i: : H M L Co. toppius
.. ..... ... i
school 1- I IoU i Tot Causes Night Alarm.
The ardour of the stockholders is
l.CtT: C h Fairchild traco- ; WINE TALK TO THE PUBLIC M ,

cured me." Hefu-e *ub..titutes. W. not leened in the least Mr. Hootou erh' alary.. 4Ti tiu | "One night my brother's baby wail .
l.fr.Mitis: L 1C hairchllJ.teacher's : amt, In receipt of a "''bipm..nlllr.t\ from Mini Fran -coof& -
t A. D'Aleuiberte. 121:! South Palafox salary... :yi.q> j taken with Croup, writes :Mr;. J. Co Cases of WINK of the ,"ryl.t' allfornia 1'roduct such as M(
street. aid as: the drill will be moved to rt'Mi. Miss Maggie t: Bunman. '- Snider of Crittenden, Ky.: "it seemed '
'i 'f\ teacher salary :i> uBy :1 it would !strangle before we could Claret. Zinfandel Tokay--AII Kinds of White Wines. J
another pot not yet decided upon ...... ,
balance ? .,.,._ "i u I __ : get a doctor, #o we gave it Dr. Kirin: iTbeo'are
{ and the drill forced down at least 1'lIr.ooIIM IInc1I\.ry: KottlelsUuaranteed I sell themy ..
New which
I i".7. Discovery gave quick
1 H
; -f.O\I 1 .isMch
JOSEPH MURPHY'S"KERRY i Ithei 'iv'lie' KUITI: or CASKHt: the wants Psi' ni you moulil pas
I I.Jim fed.McDuffie.s. \ 7-To balance ;ii, eras\ relief and liernlanentlycured it. We lot an +intent arllcl.,1'0 you buy from Mo.:, you ret th* Hf"i: ..
k al, I 1 certify that the lio\e ,
t.iiKt correct
always keep it in the home to protect -
a -howi. by minutes and trea'urer'srrpurt.
.. :N. l:. CtmK.ecretary : our children from Croup and I.pe tfully ALFRED MOOG.: :
cowJoseph Little Blue and "Superintendent.' Whooping Cough. It cured me of a :
hlioiio PROMPT OKLIX EIt1.111111111,11JA11f11j11l11111l116': .
I Liver Pills ma::es blue l'pol'le chronic bronchial trouble that no
---- "'or ()\er Siity Yearn "
briitit, clenn-es the system! of all other re1l1edwould relieve Infallible -
: t IK'!. INFLOW'S.. SOOTHiSIRIP batbeen for Coughs, C.hThro'lt\ '
deleterious and unhealthy matter ;: I I
Murphy, of the best used for
one oxer sixtv years by miilionsol 1 and Lung trouble. 5oc and jX / ) ) ) ) .
and makes a nsw person of you. mothers for their children while teething, $1.00.
t t Irish", comedian on the !ta.re. will :5.'ENTs.: with perfect tiUcc.". It soothes the child, Trial bottle fref Ht W. A. D'Alem- ,

Sold by John bliepiurd.; S. Pal I sof'ensthe gums,allays all paincures mud i berte's, 121 :S. Palafnxtreet.. Thos. C. Watson & Co. I
tr be at the Pensacola opera house one i colic and Is the best remedy for 1'iarrboea Jt 320: S. Palafo.ytrl'l'{
:.ifox street.LOOKING. It will r..I1Itb.. poor little. sufferer Immediately. -- -- the leading Real Estate Agents, take

f night next week. of the world.. "itoldbyltruggtstineverypart' T".nlv.nct'nlS a bottle. Paints, oils, glass and all the worry oS the shoulders; of the II will be found an elegant

i Don't mi'ss seeing Jeph Murphyin FOR i He sure you ask fur">I rs. '\' ""' t ooth. builders' hardware at the owners of property, manage the I Pool and Billiard Parlor
IloKHyrup," and take no other kind. renting of their houses and the collection -
his impelaonatioii of Ian O'Hara, I I ----- most fastidious a/1,1
II Willis Hardware Co.'s.
I Painkiller of their rents as conscientiously -
'1 the black-mith in his play "Kerry RARE INSECTS I ; as they would themselves. I exacting can come arouu't

How" 1"0 justly the celebrated, was introducedto Bruce' new Phonograph/ wa so Their charges are very reasonable. and puss their leisure m<>'
public about sixty year* ago, loud and clear
people crowded in
I and now enjoys a popularity unequalled I ments without fear of con
the tore <>o thick that the gahadn'troom
Water coolers that do not
She Didn't Wear
, a Mask. by any other medicine.For .
Charles: 15. Davenport of the University I the of to burn. 1 I ing in contact with disorderly -
cure waste ice at the Willis
But -
her -
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beauty was completely
s' bidden by ore-, blotch and uf Chicago: arrived in the inorliu-, rhfumati-m. coughs and \ conduct. The best 01
Afi pimp Drink Jung's Red Heart Jfardicare Co.'s.
I clldcald.', burnetc... it i< without -
t les till he used Bueklen'Arnica \larder will be maintainedat 'i
; city yeteiday morning and registered -
I an equal. :Sold by all druggist. Jeer 10 I
..aF Halve. ; cents bottle ai
Then theyanihed a* will i i per The .
F all at the E c.1mbia.Ir.. Davwlport i' Avoid substitutes, there i I.. but oneI'.tinkillt'r mo-t reliable preparation: for all times.The .
c Eruption, Fever Sores, KoiN, Perry Davi-. Price 2.1e; all saloons. kidney troubles on the market i is -- ---- -
( Ulcer, Carbuncles and E'eloufront i I is a naturalist and will try his and ,tIc.I I Foley' Kidney: Cure. W. A. D'Al-
finest line of .
its nee. Infallible for Cuts, CornBurn.Scalds -, emberte, 121: Palafox.! sterlingilv. -t
,,+ 1 : I and Piles, Cure guar- luck with Florida in-tcts. He was -- good. and ;silver novelties i- tn be

I 'm ( ? anteed. 2'ic at \V. A, D'Aleinberte, joined this morning by Mr. and I HAlF HAIR PARKER'S BALSAM I Garden tools in endless found at all.J. I. StephenPrice:, ti. ;
t : l 121 b. Palafox street.RECEPTION FARE TOLOUISVILLE please
l MrW.. C. Coleof Clelo.re and aautdaj the halt and rock bottom
.. s Chicago who 1 Promuti ft luiur. ins ,"'wtI. variety at

arrived 1 1.1"1 and i VIA L & N. I Never HaIr to Full. to Youthful Restore On; prices at the Willis Hardware I will repair your watches and
TOGOVERNOR night, together they e..... ....* pd.it .*.....* b.",Color.l ,lu.f. Jewetiy in t1r t-claQ ityle. J. I
went down to the navy ;yard and i Ya. dnoa lm. '... i Co.'s. Stephens.H .
l will search through the woods and ACCOl.NT .N.\TIO .\J. CO\\'::STIOI -
? .!. OIl the beach for rare in-ect-. I 1'F.OI'Mrs: I'XISTY.\PKIIia.: lMli! : ry1 5HSHSH55 5S5HSSSZSH 55 5ZEmbroidery

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t r '. F --- KOl'ND TRIP TICKET: :; H ........
You will never wish to take another .
t'jrt : t The informal reception to (Joxerctr dose of pilN if ChambHlalll's will be ale March a ;
i.. you once try on on 3-th and :31t : 5 LACE t x :
,I Jemmies at Hotel F.scambia lat Stomach and Liver 'I ab- and April lt at One Fare for the .
let*. They are easier to take and .
I l : night wa one of the most enjoyableevents more plea-ant in eilect. They Round Trip. These ticket will be : LSale I SALE !
d : of this eventful week. cl*>ane the bowel.. For sale by all limited for return NOT LATER than < L

!'tomF I druggist- and medicine dealer: April 4. l 19Ir.'. *"
C Prof. Chaffers' cornet b.ind.ta- iNNNii.N.N/SN .......... .
For further information call on ........

w tinned on the front gallery, di- .
R. W. snJLETT. h5 a5CS25Ps257525asPs
I' .
;, couredweet", music during the Ticket Agent. or '
members of the club are requested -
; I evening and were the recipient to meet at roomMonday I J. W. H'R'ION,

!,} i ,'} s t many congratulation. afternoon at 2-:;i Gl l clock promptly.to n. P. A.SHERRIFF'S ::--m5t e 4 EASTER SHOPPING .;t ettt
: pay the la-t tribute of re"pect to
.} I Jut, within the 'I'lrIf the front our late 1're-iJeiit. John F. Pfeitfer.
V s } ft I parlor stood Governor Jennitij*, J. E. B\AK- t SALE. IS OVER[ AND EVERYTHING IS MADE READY FOR SPRING BUSI\LS: : '
iejt J. Mr.NKu.: Vice Preideiit.r lv virtue of riecution +issued out of theI
'j i 4 l while ladies and gentlemen thronged ; I I Criminal Court of Itecord in and for EcrulI-
4 : ecretary.A bin<:ouau', "lute of Florida, wherein the
'' 1 around him and enjoyed *ocialchat. j I' aunty of ";'cambla.Ilat.: .. of Florida Iti ON MONDAY MORNING
I GUSHER STRUCK Ii i pUintit+ amid i J.allrll/larrl'oll and Kit John 31
j I son and Jim Millner are defendants, I Im\e ,
:at- the Big Furniture Hou-e. ''0 and| 1 I lex'led upon and will. sell at public outcry

'kris 1'y a t I About lu o'clock for the entertainment 22 West Government street. 'If you ,, to the the County hivh'st Court bidder House for door cash.In tbei'ity In front of of . We will Place on Sale 1.000 yards of Embroideries. ,, .:;

,t i fail to get a (pusher of your own, it is l'ensacola.aiIoclock: ,
noon on
; of the goxernoraud guest, your fault. We will gush the furni- \prl1.lb.I'. ltJ.. the following", d Monday,,>cnt>Hj :Some of them are in -yard length, beautiful and perfect goods, at 25c, :3Gc, 5uc+ and $1 I 00 apiece and some I i .' '

. i iI I i the waiters of the hotel gave a cakewalk ture into your house at unheard of Iii 1..I..IAIt'.SltUIlI..I.). of IVnsacola.CountT lying", of and Kscamblaand being In the Hi-inch; FLOrNClXGS at fl.25; and f 1.50 apiece These good are worth twice and three timeJ the price w ,

4,, Lttjl in the dininghall, after \vhicn I low price, We have plenty of it in i I :Male of Florida to-wit: That portion of a=king for' them.
all stylefrom the finest to the the north-half of lot four +141 110 block forty-
the floor cleared and the Yours nine 1"t.at/ Kina tract, on and In Ibl''outh".H
aw. was guest> cheape-t. for bargains. O. M.
'i corner of tn a >nue and Brain- ONE COUNTER FILLED( WITH LACES YOUR
; 1i h' 1 and vi-itor enjoyed an informaldance. I Pryor. ard street together with the hereditaments CHOICE vi'SC YARD-
a and apurtemvuie thereunto belonging or EVERYTHING IX SAILOR; HATS; FOR
: In any I.e appena'nlr.g The above prop I.ADJfAXD:; CHILUREX ATc TO tl l :5C EACH
t. BANNER t'rty"a.I.\"I..d upon m the property of 1:1Johnoo. : \ :SIN BONNETS: FOR LADIES CHILDKKX
- __ hEn E. +'IIITH., BABIES! AT :2"; TO 5uc.
the most healing helve in th<*world. m-oaw-4 t Sheriff! .
s i'll1 i Surgeon's Knife Not Needed.

,..1 I II I Surgery I"i no louder necessary to: A new thing in Phonographs. just NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE. yx 5e Our Stock of Clothing and Gent's Furnishings ?* <

., ci t g ; cure pile'sDeWitt'* Witch Hazel 1 out. Gn to Rrucf's and see it. I nder and I IS COMPLETE AND IT WILL
.J ell, halve cures such cases at ,once re- In mo>.Ly under virtue chapter of the t.authorityvetd N; of tit PAY YOIT TO'I'JT THIS DEPARTMENT THE GOODSPE

i 'I movine the necessity! for dangerous, | Laws of Florida. 1 have seized) and w lll '.-' FOR THF. IoEI.VF.AXD:: ; STAND !SECOND TO NONE IN THE CITY. .
m ih t painful and expen*ice operations II.oil? wish the rery best at Mcla\id. Kscambia+ County, Florida

:V i t: For scaldcuts., burn, wound,. ice cream freezer at the rery aiiY.pn betwernthelegal\ luia. bClln j i'-J: at of public ale.. on out ihurs-cry to, See Our Show Windows for Styles and Prices in Men's Straw Hats.
bruises, sores and !skin disease it I innequalUd. lE i- the highest bidder for cab. the following
# Beware counterfeits,: lowest price, the Willis described personalpropertyto-: .. Twenty ______ _
t ; I Harris', Pharmacy, John tihepparJ,Hardware Co. sacks Cotton -e"d Meal the property ol;l
i ::4 can please Harrison liowiuan. \iro.: t.. -MIT-

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\\4ie of the President of the Elders of the Mormon MOB AVENGES CRIME \ '
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Church Salt Lake City Utah Recommends :
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Charles Woodward Lynched a .::; 0 .

Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound at Casper, Wy. i \v .Ir4.rwF SS

for Woman's Periodic Pains. HIS CRIME A BRUTAL ONE'I -. ...,. -... .-, ?.o:,,;

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"1. !rat volume of letters we are constantly publishing from wo- Citizens Infuriated at the Law's Dej j ., ..j' --S. 5- ,

., ,""11: and wt-11 by Ljdhi Pinkham's Vegetable ComHiiiiM "Jo
lay Condemned Murderer
-''1': 'nvmce all woini jf the value of this famous medicine. r :;;: i: -

i. ,iii> 'IK- suppoM: that the young wife of President Jakeman wh*! From Jail and Hang Him to Tree. I

.. i -\ ..inrmittfd| t.) publish, would allow us this great privilege iI Great Excitement Prevailed. S S
[ i : ii >I.< ,'11 .*' over-Jovei at her own recovery that she now wants to be I

., !.,Mifferinj;,' sisters" ? Xo indeed no money can purchase such Casper W)"., March :28.-Charles
,:,\ i iiy a irrateful heart full of a desire t<) help other sufferers could Franris Woodward the {condemned!
.' woman of such high social allow her .
to bE
;i. .- .11; position name to
.. ,1:'...'t "II with any remedy. murderer of Sheriff William C. Kicker, I ROYAL Baking. Powder is indispensable

.\ ., .t !.,-,sihl.. for us to make it plainer that Lydia 12. Pinkham's was hanged early today by an infuriated -

rifrtaWi'; Compound will positively help all sick women ? All women mob of :2iw: m<'n. Under cover I .

.,.. .. alike, rich and poor high and low- all suffer from the same > of darkness an organization was form to the preparation of the finest

",,1;'.;> ">. Surely:' no one can wish to remain weak and sickly, div ed. Crowds bc-pan to gather in the !;
', life and no hip for the future when proof is unmistakableLyILi
< so vicinity of the jail tarl in the even j
i I:. I'inkliaiu's! Vegetable Compound will cure monthly ing. II 1 cake hot-breads rolls and muffins.
numb and ovarian troubles and all the ills, peculiar to women. ,
4 "< About 3 o'clock the mob descended.on .
II there ian) tiling in your ease ab< ut \\ljJ you would the jail hUll the leaders! demandedthe

,!p<". !i.il ad ire, \\ rite freely tll 'Irs. I'inkhain. She eau surely keys of the theriff. lIe refused .

mr IIU IHT-UII in .Anieriea has such a wide experience inn
\otl !
to give them up and the crowd then j Housekeepers are importuned to buy
-. tcmale ilN as ,he has had. Address is Lynn, )Ia*s. ; her .
se'lIl'ed a number of sledges and hammm
-, !> tree ami al\\a}s helpful.c4iwIflL4 I' other powders because they are "cheap." '
and beat 110\\ n the jail door. I

Our.-.ld< of the jail a rope was quickly I Housekeepers should stop and think. It such
iWmRPARII thr, '
wn arnuinl Woodward's neck and

hiva" roughly:: dragged from the ''I'I powders are lower priced, are they not inferior ? [ -

built ing. U<- was taken a block auay I
I I Is it economy to spoil your digestion to save
and hanged to a tree.

!.ess than half an hour was occupiedin I a few pennies ;?

the hanging. Considerable excite

'III meat pivvailed. but little was said. 1 Alum is used in some Inking powders

Woodward attcmi.tpd: to talk to the The Royal R.iker and 1'astry Cook"-containing and in most of the so-called: phosphate pow-

leaders! but they refused to hear him. I over Soo must practical and valuable (!ers, because it i is cheap, and makes a

1I An immense crowd witnessed the I cooking rt'Cdptir..o to every patron. cheaper ovidcr. But alum is i a corrosive

lynching. Several hundred sheep and I Send l1Qti! curjsiUi your full aJ rcss. jhjison which, taken in food, acts injuriously

I upon the itonuch, liver and kidneys.
cattle men came to town during tha

day yesterday and every corner was

IIW the scene of a discussion of the
powoca co too WILLIAM ST., NEW YORK.A _'1
granted by the supreme court. j i I

After the lynching the mob dispersed j I I
and a greater part of those from Srfrnie of the "Old 3ial4.' DEATH'OF MAJOR CLAGET.Had Woman Scafded to Death. .
We Warsaw, Ind.. March 28.-Mrs. Mary
out of town left for their homei. A least is offered to the :spinstefl

\ lit Story of the Crime. I j I meet a great many pleasant |'<'op1c In Creditable Record In Indian Fight Hlvely wife of a prominent farmet

The crime for which Charles Francis 'I this world. but nowhere do we find aI ing In West. I living 12 miles east of here was seis t S

I I satisfactory than that eldcrly ed with an attack of epilepsy fell
\ ,'/ /E Woodward paid the penalty with his more person New Orleans March 2S.-Major J.
I : unmarried woman generally and R. Claset of the Second United States into a pan of boiling sugar water and
II ,
\ ': rAi I J / lif. was committed on the evening of
somewhat disrespectfully known as was scalded to death. Charles Hlv.lf,
Jan. 2 last at \';ootward'lrane h near Infantry died here today. He came to
iA / hiS. Garfield I'fak. in the Rattlesnake the "old m.iid1' and supjtospd to be nftlieted New Orl:>ans two months ago from her husband, found the body a few "
\ with "nenes" and a minutes later with the head and uppci
mountains.. 75 miles west of Casper I ellltmkf'r'l Fort Thomas. Ky., in search of health.

when he shot to death and mutilatedthe ous disposition. a Major\ Cla?nt was a graduate, ot portion submerged. f
i she is frequently the sweetest most ,
body of Sheriff William It. Kicker, West Point and baa\ creditable record .
('h 1"I..nrurla.
self forgetful of her sex.: !She usually
Xatrona county.Woodward. in the Indian fighting in the west coM chicken tine and *e lsoti .
I walks with tact and a loving heart ID Chop very <
with his wife Dertha. j jan lie served for two years as captain ol to taste. Roil an onion and one
I other women'* paths livi"* In otherwonunV I
::<' -' 'irotht-r. Clarence was arrested company F. Twenty-third infantry in inart of milk. When it is scalding hot.
? Inline!* aud rej'iitvs in otherwomen's
S __ last November on the charge of steal the rhiHpJineallli became a major tike! out the oilon and thicken with atrarpmjllful
,. .- j'>ys. tanking! them her <>'\ n.
? ... ....- S tr.s:: '-: thing and provisions from a The children adure her. for MHbe I in February of last jear. The bod) of flour; Wet with COM
-::- :;'-. ranch It was alleged that Wool'\ will leave here tOr.IOIrOW hr'ash milk. When it has boiled, add two
': ;: -::: comes to them n sort of fairy godmother -
r' S.. ___; T J t5 want s. ranch was the headquartersof ington. The interment will he ir (cupfuls if chopped chicken. Serve la
one who: pusx-sses all the tenderness -
Mi.-i li'l.l! \ ,T \KEM.if: Silt Likr City. a bam! of rattle and horse thieves. of a mother without the cxtri-nu's Washington.Accident. l'aU"II""S.. .
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I IH \i. :.Mu l >. I'INMIXM: : I iVfuiv 1 knr\v of l.> dia I'. IMnkhntuN At HIP preliminary trial Bertha' pf maternal discip'iiu>. Shi- k.\vs tChe .. I PNEUMONIA FOLLOWS A COLD \

\ ..i:..!.ii.lc ('itiiiiiiui.l| | I divadi-d\ : \ tinapproach. ; : tit the tinu for my 1 Woodward was released from custody. children a ";:,..ttl time" and
-' ; :.il 1 j- ii' 'L l .is it \\..n\l\\ iin-an; A nmpli' nt' days; in 1 Ix-d \\ it h inten The brothers' were held to the district with extraordinary! success. It; New York. March 2l'hJ.lt.s! Haw- and Tar. It stops the cough, \ \

i 'S .; -iiHciiug.\ IVK under tin- |'.licim> care fur over: :a year court but were unable to fur. household\ details what a treasure: trey the actor, who arrived :Southampton : heals and strengthens;( the lungs and

\'. .1. .in j .mv\ ii I ii-f, \\111'1111I)' attention wa* i .ill,." to I.yilia K. Tinkliain's nish bonds. On the night of Pec. :W.< il j I How t.iany dinners owe their MKVI-SS from America on the St. Louis affords perfect security from an attack -

\ S :\\.j!.. 'uinpouiidl'V\ sl'h'ralof oiu Mormonoinen Mbit had !tII1. they sawed off the bars of their I to III T. who reaps no glory except the met with a painful accident on Wednesday of pneumonia. Refuse substi

,"" *'II enred through; !u UM>. I U-sjiin it* .-\ ",inatic UM- and improvi-il cells! and a window and got away. At jlory of doini! And in the ultimate says a London dispatch tc I tutes. \V. A. D'Alemberte, 121 South

S ,u.ills, :: in lic.iltli. .lwl.l h'r the u>e ..f six Uitili-! my health was (ifllI the Morkyards! east of town Charles trials of life what n prop and H.1 txt* The Herald. While! walking on the I Palafox street.

I :. h !it-Mi.i-i-d! ', and fonnvr two \t'.II',; I !u\r !li.id neither ache or pain. Woodw.ird secured a pistol which hal: phi' IMVOIUCS: P.ut it is to the JOUIIR slippery deck the vessel gave a lurch i .

\ "'tI hi\ea t truly \\iiinli-ifiil ivim-il\>r \\"IIu-II. Yl'l' -illl'l.'rdy y.crs: been placed: there by a friend. Neat boy lou-rs of the family that !'olIO' exhibits : and he was thrown down and sprainedhis I II I 4.PUBLICITY

.'11.- IIr i i n\ .l\hrMv\: :>alt Like itrI'LII1": Ca.-iier, ho tnlp a horse and rode to his the finest flower! of her caparity I i ankle. He had to be carried ashorein FOR

*. 0.11I\ '.isl.lers I do praoii in prolit l It\ >Ir>. .lakeniaiiN C'II'f- ranch reaching there on the evening for friendship. What a ;sift of tmdi-r-I a steamer chair.Practically. THE PEOPLE I

i"'ii4- ".: ju>t aMirrly. I a* "lie \\aure.I of the (run hies en iiiiierI ot Jan. :21. lft"2.! Instead of finding! I|' 1 1J1II,1i1lohl' seems to ha\e: There is I -

teal in her letter, ju it. so "nr.'l> \\ill I l/ulia I I:. Pillhhalll'1'I.taJlh': friends ready to assist! him he fOllnI'IH'riff ; Hit ditlirulty she cannot dissipate\ : no J Starving.

( .un| IIInl| cure e\<-\\oiu.tii. in the land \\ hit ,,Millcr from "IIlIh Kicker and two deputies at.. fear she cannot: ,lessen no tender little After uing a few bottles of Ko- E\ery Word Costs You a Cent
IroiiMi-N, i iiillaiiiinatioii of he half scared hope that she dues not < ncoiirap' j and Exery Wrrd is Read
I o\irics, kidney troubles, 111'1'\ iiis thf) > hous>- who were looking for him. : \ dol Dyspepsia: Cure my wife received
tahilit.awl. IMT\OII> prostration ; remember that it is Is lit HP went to the barn intending tc to UNIIII for the other woman. perfect and relief! a..: By Ierbody.I tMOXKV
I Pilll.ham's4'ctaliI'i It is for suiiielmdy else that slie: | permanent from I
anil alwajs
, Compound that N eiirin:: wonnvn, abandon his horse and steal one of the I severe and chronic cae of stomach .
tluii't allou drn M to sell eUo in its laee. is working, and perhaps it i is this! I .,10J.'lI.a: Tv .
any :::: \IIII anjthinir: i animals. It was about 7 trouble. J. II. LdL'iI)
\ officers' i says: Holly real ... --, __ n' ." -- h ..
R t.\\ 4I!It. VrlianiUit o'rloc k in the evening and was quite which ;gives tu her ejes the look thatcr6.11 | estate, inunncp and loan a ent. of TO LOAN-On bou%..bold-furnl-- J.
tl NtI mil Rinknf
\ Tity I.ynn.TOO. ( the worst nmon;: us unf'onI'f.U"'r! :iMacomb Ill. "IJpfore taorjps,cnws and all kiodt of \
'" l-I ;: ii, :: i.ttlitii: n.tlliiitiiu alMveteitiiiMiiiiitllettcra dark. He\ mounted one of the sheriff's |: 1 uiugKlldol per.onaI
I 5 0 00 '' t .5 .5.. < 'twin i ,j-ln .j N-l.ii. i lit.ui.i'" 1 tit.l'r't..r's s ie4Ial! 'erS \ associate: with all that is l>est and fairest By-pepia Cure "he could not eat an I -...er.Iu..r..ntl''t.propt-rty. Term. ciny Strictest .
to ride Apply to A. A.
horse- and! was ready away Fisher,
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S I.Jilu IHLiI.IIIkM..fjcIfle C >., f nn, 5ia.
? ) in life. Let them make! fun of her i ordinary Mieal' without intense !suf- --Ml'SUtli I'HlHfni 81r..t.i .
I ---- when the sheriff came out of the housi If they will, but could we do withuu' I faring :i-lie i. now entin.lcurE'd.. i
r..aJ ei-;
Ii I and approac lung the barn ordered! him LerhiaritrsVet'khy.! I I :Several physician* and many rf'ml-- MUNKYTOLKMlon -Improved.amount at low S .

H i..ii..-li..lj I.inrn. I It"H First Convertion Under New Law. to surrender.Woodward. _u __ ____ 1 dies had failed to ;give relief" You mvbotln..st. ('ali on Leslie K. Brooks, S
I 'the sheriff ; don't have to diet. Kat attorney at law, 2I4'2 falalox Bt., Kifher :
shot good
I : I (L' -11"1'1'.1'' ', IIl1ll1th.i.an.: i :Manh 7.: The :Min any building.
.5 l I' >UlIs' 111 the !! npsota luny I and! FOIHIIt'l'arlr.u nt has I: thnmeh the body and the officer feltS When you wake up with a bad 'fund you want, but don't overloadthe i Swim S

.OJ! iiiii'iis. A I'n'iti'lr i scoreil its first ( OiniHion under the to the ground::; mortally wounded taste in your mouth you may know will stomach.die Kodol Dy&pepsla Cure' i'J.\IONKY You; can TO-DAY-Uoyou borrow need money 'I'
always -t it for you. Jlar d,, I any amount you want
.tl'd! be used! fur the j pure liquor law. Captain I Henry Savage ,, Woodward then it is said went ti that need a doe of Chamberlain's Pharmacy. John Hheppard, :Sidnev to-day on eaiiesi terms and !u'" eiit rateitnywbereobtamable.on
Stomach' and Liver Tablet ,
f!h.- white litifiii has been convicted of selling; impure S the dying man and struck him in tht They will cleanse your stomach, improve Kahn I f5tat -from Wilt Hsber.ZWJi South city Pala-rl'alI I

S if the best quality whisky. and forty other prosecutions face with his six-shoc-trr. Ho took your appetite and make you I fox street. II1.U

II. the end In this I are pending; awaiting the decision S $Jn out of thP officer's pockets and! feel like a new man. They: are ety I n I -It YOU WANT TO BORROW MO.
.' in the Pavaco easeS rode off. He was captured' by a \IIOH- ,, to. take, beino- sugar; coated, and I Ii 1 money Injure your property procureabsitracta ,
: I i of title, buy or sell real pa- S
11 I S the correctness several weeks afterwards near Iil ,i pleasant in etlect. For sale by all tate rent property of any description bay '

. : "I liirvctlon! of the I Fought to a Draw. I! lines.: Mont.. and brought back to Cas druggist aud medicine dealers rents collected or your taxes attended 10, : .
ell on or Rddre Tho,. c. I
Watson A Co.
f- :.latlon of t -(' *- Portland. Ore :March 27.-\Jikf: i per. Ho admitted the killing and wa i Kealhstate and Insurance agents Ppn. .. :

S S and in some kinds Donovan nf Korlu-Ftrr. and Charles!: convicted and sentenced to hang to Ilrlp Tor Stuttering ( lilltlren. I: ; I I II II cola, FIji Cbarges moderate. To everyone .1, S
y wbo
I II buys a lot from us we will lend money ,
S l'llnlllil'iltl'tl! fIU"s "Hiitch" Thurston. of San Francisco. day. Tuesday the supreme court Few mothers! realize the importance I with which to build a house. Hd-tf

S ...1 I In IVenoh white fought 22 rour.ds to a draw before i i granted! a stay of execution which cf the care of the throat and nostrils of i I t

d.! --tiiiit' anal munis- good sized audifiice at the Pastlm*i would have piv''n Woodward at least the ;roving child. Kiilarc'-niout the I I I II _.>i" jLjK__FM, jj ': xxjv i .:rTT.!... -5
II \ A ST tU-\ll'n!
\ to learn i
barber trade,
\ II to uniutfiirs..ililr club. Thf; tiaht was pretty even up t(; three months more of life. tonsils and nasal: obstructions are com- / I I M thoroughly practical training by free I' !
the twentieth round with the advan i rr.on. and growths frequently! existi t_= S. clinic, expert Instructions.demonatrallon..
'. .. etc only 1"0 months
1. rlniliiliiui. tal.;(. if any with Thurston. La Grippe Quickly CureP. i when their presence is entirely unus-I I I Euaranteed.: tools presented reijulred., wanes poMlloni Haturdays.diploma .'
'" 4 that fur actual "In the winter of 1MS and IMS' Iwa. j i pected. A German physician says I 4 granted. Catalogue mailed f:

-. '-' -- Ir In tritiiinin th. New Mineral Company. -i taken down with a severe attack these troubles notably the latter becoming I -. .. I II free.L2 Moler Harbor College, New llmlm Orleani. \.I ;.
inilt'cil all of what i i" called La Grippe, i
A us and -5--- -5 5
chronic are often the sole :
Birmirisham. Ala.. Iarl'hInfor: I
itii|" .'d the tor'bun Scivs F. L. HPWPU a prominent 7iGas I II _Al.t-4IIM, %. !I..t.I., .
cause of stuttering. "This ailment. --*-- \-NrNAPCUTQ -'--'-'--- -- Ii
mation from Chattanooga stating I ---'--- I \ *
conies "The
of Winfield III. only
,......rtioll ulIl ...1.- I druggist I I lnrlv: &lwlMUCnlONew bonk proposition
S .. that the Lacey-Uuck companyvith medicine I ued was two bottles of pays the physician "by Mopping the I CpY5CM "1/1/ I HTASDAKU works All II"
I. ;tIoIk the chtap4".tlil.ri.li It nasal channels and forcing children to rapid sellers. 1,1 'l'ral.t"rm8. Our r
300iflO: ) rapital !stock has beei i Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. l1uaran.: I 1AfANTKUA
'ries tear organized in that city. The purpose o 1 broke up the cold and stopped the breathe through; the mouth, actually I for Easter lista mailed. (Colton a &pl'clalty.Dbrnan DMBcriptlve A i i-

.nl to mend. A fair the company is to acquire and develoj[r coughing like magic, and I have hinders the refreshing activity! of 'otl'81ablhb..d Y"rk. 1'.1' 15 Warren til., New :. i"i I

..iiimlrrsell\ all.111I in North Alabama Geoi:. never since been troubled with breathing and at the same time the -S. !'
S S,1 when worn out tin, Grippe." Chamberlain's CoughI ability to speak: and think. Often the will make your wife and "' FHt------S-SS.---MAI..I' ,"
Tennessee and to operate
!if you ba\t' not nlami pia Hemedy can always depended up- removal of these "excrescences Iin- family happy evenings and FMK SALK-A desirable piece of proper. "
furnace at Trussville, Ala. on to break up a severe cold and large Jot and slx-roora bouse on I I
it v\ill save inne a. ward of! auy threatened: attack of proves the attention the memory and day times-evenings by the tbas jrmatlon Btreet. Kaiy irpii. for further In. I
I .
llonaelioat Hotel.A pneumonia. It i U pleasant to take, the speech of children to the derreethat use of drop lights for the I loloneyIt'I apply: Wen at Chase Nrws street.office or JITttI to P. I'

company is about to open a house- too, which makes it the most desirable Indicates their presence to have the family reading circle I ; .
Or Complexion. II Adriatic'. of the most popular been the chief cause of the defect." -The meet desirable Ion inea8' Ii
the and
l oat hotel at Abbazin on one day times as a fuel for cook $ l' the City 011 term,' by lbe Fisher I.
'S -u alwavs sulfers : The floatinc hotel. accordins.: to the Indianapolis nrenarations in use for these ail Real Eitate! Agency :-M% Sooth Palafoi :>(

-i or News, will han 3ccommodd.- i lts.nFor; sale by all druggbts A Printer Greatly Surprised."I I I ing. Nothing so well replaces .trcet. ____ ._ __. iliumVA ,

-\ 1 1-are cllll-tipation'l tions for 100 !guests. It Is also to be and inedkinedealers.- -_ -.-- -- never was so mucn surprised in I coal aa fuel as a I 1 w N1'J_____Ii._______ :

':-ubtly:i the body appear Ie- seaworthy, so that the visitor l can be \o More Tablecloth my life, as I was with the results of coal product-gas. Let us \ \ good com million good to solicitor right; one.will pay
eruptions. I Ad
S E.ulHiers keep the treated to a trip on the Adriatic from To hide a large; and highly polished using; Chamberlain's Pain Balm" tell you all about its advan- I I dress H..care Ibis office. mdlf S

w-1( Iii healthy condi- time to time. __ mahogany table under a cloth is a ,1 I ;says Henry T. Crook, pressman of tages and take your ordersfor WANTEIThe people to lee what a
'I 1.01"1' the c\u-'e of uch -- thl''r'a te of beauty, and fo plate the Asheville. C ; Gazette. "I a Drop Light or a Gas machine I can sell for
of Colds and La i0.uu ca.h. J. Z,;, Andrn a, iS ialafoi i
Danger Grippe. of this Bt.W
of rheuma-
K: 1104.per. Albany..Ga., scarfs have taken the place a severe case Stove.Peosacola. ditf
'fe (DeWut's Little'Early: The greatest danger from colds cloth. These scurfs are about eight I I tUm early last winter by getting my

'. .'>uSneThey wereI and la grippe is their resulting in Inches in width. Of finest damask 1 feet wet. I tried several; things for ANTED bottlei.-8 All. A.klaus".rKDII"of *empty. noTttf beer I .

I needed. I am'feelin' pneumonia. If reasonable care is they are bordered on both edges with it without benefit. One day while Gas s Co.

S ju in years." Never used however and Chamberlain's fine lace and are spread on the looking over the Gazette I noticed .. ..-iornvruv. ..---_
"..,.* Safe, thorough and Cough remedy taken all dan er will napery that Pain Balm was positively guar- INGLE COMB BKOW1I LEUHORSIIt'lclullyely : I
border of linen No. 3 S. Palifox -
v-ry bt pill. Ilarjris'! i avoided. Arnonpr the ten thousands ;- table so as to form a 'I anteed to cure rheumatism, so St., Pensacola. fll. .0. Htock and Eggi for sale. .
center. envo ord"rs at WHIH HardwaroCo's.
J ':.u sheppard: $idneyQr.j who have used this remedy for about a square of mahogany ., bought;: a bottle of it and before using I S IkttfIIA.IICCJOO
these diseases we have yet to learnof On this inclosure of mahogany the two thirds of it my rheumatismI -I I>M. I

a single case having resulted in candelabra dishes of sweets and flowers -I had taken its flight and I have not GUIiF CITY MR8. SARAH BEIRVE-ManafaetorTr
TOBACCO SPIT pneumoiiia. which shows conclu. are placed and the result is very I had a rheumatic pain siLte." Sold TRflHSFER CO., dealer In Hair Uoods, Hats Tollst
Articles Hair Oil,etc.,b8 w.
: : it is certain by all druggists and medicine deal OoTernmen
and that a '
SMOKE sively prevectiveof effective. itreel.
I _ E. S. CHA _ _
\our Ufeawayl that dangerous malady. It will ers. \'ESS. Manager. -
'p aD. turn cf tobacco; usio2 cure a cold or attack of la grippe in FOLEY'S -'unerallil.
5', urong. malfn.r.c. full c>? less time than any other treatment. Cures coughs and colds. Prompt PenonalCAttention to Hauling FLOWERS FOR FUNERALs- fllrDllDeII- 1
S tikini ffO.rO.fi4C bronchitis and asthma. : buying g .In t> I
Cures ollq orspeclal .
SaTeloney deilgni
S. -ai.. rnen ktroDg. Many RSIO It iii i pleasant and safe to take. For and cough. \ Freight, Machinery Etc. Mlis VioletU Moreno. West .
.. j Cures croup whooping furni- Gr.tory
S .1... Over &OOOOO sale by all druggists and medicine ( your phon* K9.
,t. Cure RUirautrrd.STER1.ING. nook Cures hoarseness and bronchial 2oIf1m'l I
dealers. ture at Marston Quina'sGreat SPECIAL ATTENTION -J
tI(1'F.dJr: !'S : troubles. $ TO BAGGAGE CUT FLVjIt OJ. t

'oJ. \... jiocr New York. 4J7 I Cures pneumonia and la grippe Furniture Empo- OiSce-a West Government Street. -OUT FLOWERS and Floral- teilgas.- : I
Foley's Honey and W. A. D'Alemberte.121 South Pala. 1\\ \J Bpeolal deslini ordered for oa.so.r

HE NEWS Want Column. f6rchlldrea.ssfe.sure. No opJ.tes. I I fox street. rium. i'oae- ;- Day 3i7: ; Sight and Buna y, 412 PORt MIu Violets... MoreROt Ifs Wt" Ofl.tJ. I I j


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,, : Entered at the 1'oet Office at Peneacola, I :........................ I
Ira,second-clae matter. -- The 42d Annual
Statement for
I Year
CROOK CAUCHT German-Lutheran Church-Sun-
'I A Simple Internal Remedy Makes
i OffiCE :-rufi Buiwmg snji! south ,,1 German service,
I day school 9 a. m., Ending December 31st 1901 of
&lalos start up-ilalrs. Remarkable Cures of Catarrh. ,
-- 10:30 m., English service with
1i I I a.

i 1 I II THE NEWS PUBLISHING Editor.CO. HE IS FINED $;IN THE POLICE I II I I People and, salves who have have found and used washes how useless sprays for,and catarrh inhalers -- Holy at Communion 6:30 p. m,; church at 7 p. m.offering, confession in I TER t UIT! !! B UFS ADRA!CB OI C Itn??

i I. B. HILr.OSIanaglng COURT AFTER BREAKING A inconvenient they are will be agreeably : | all services. J. F. W. Reinhardt

1 W. M, BALL, Business Manager I surprised at results followingthe j Pastor. Assets.
I of internal __ $331,038,720
BOTTLE ON NECRO'S use a pleasant, I Methodist Clmrchf
; remedy in tablet form druggists
; Terms: Invariably in Advance. everywhere admit that Stuart's Ca- : Palafox Street church-Rev. J. M. ,IDannelly. Reserve and Other Liabilities 259,910,678

onYrarbyMail ... ._Jo doBlx HEAD. tarrh Tablets which they sell at 50 P. C. (Sunday school at'
.. .., 2 5u I II ,
it! I Cot llootbt Wet-k.by Carrier, Payable Monday- ?? 10 I II I 9a, m., J. N. Andrews, superinten ;.I Surplus (From wbich Dividends are Pain.), $ 71,129,042
: dent. No other services tomorrow .
-1// i A bright negro named Henry' ,I as the congregation ,will join in the' = ""

I.1I. i.g i.I'f:' _tditrtuirg Rates Furnished on Application I Chandler a :stranger in the city, j rally at the Gadsden street church. I Paid to Policy-holders in 1901 $ 27,714,621

: TELEPHONE NO. 118.PEI8AOOLA I struck another negro ,man with' Pensacola City Mission-Rev. G. New Insurance in 1901 $245,912,057

'I : a bottle early this morning and in : W. Carpenter, P. C. No services tomorrow ''

1 t -- ': : 1 as the congregation will Total Ins. in force Dec. 31, 1901, $1,179,276.725
the corner of Roraana and Baylen :< join in the rally at the Gadsden Notwithstanding! the greater financial strength of the Society i

::1# l'' --- streets by special officers. street church. greater security which its policy-holders: thereby enjoy the n.\n !

Gadsden Street Church-Rev. W. LOW and GUARANTEES better than ether
given by -
:L I THE WEATHER He was taken to the police station companuKNDWLEB
I I Q. Vreeland P. C. Grand Rally j
where in addition to charge of
I a service conducted by I
Day Etasterf
'I BRD5. Gen. I
TO-DAY fighting he was charged by Officer' Evangelist J. W. Powell of Buffalo Agents,

1j! ; Ray with being a vagrant. N.- Y. Preaching.. at. 11 a.-m. by Rev. 309 H. Palafox Street. PENSACOLA. FLA.EXPORTS !

J. J[. Dannelly and at 7 p. m. uy .
---- -- --- --- -- --
/Something unusual came out in his t tIt
E. Crawford, P. E. Special
la a Ural l'If'II..urfi
trial at the police court and as a i! I!
LCCAL 'OKtfAOT'air tonight and Sun :
; ; music by Palafox church choir assisted -
i f MARITIME. to us to peak favorably of I'
1 Ii day; fresU! Duriiurly ",,'iad. result he was fined I:3In I the event cents for full sized treatment, is the by special shot*. The church er, known alm-i-t uuiver-talh. f i

the fine was not paid he is to stay in safest most elective and popular of has been handsomely decorated. -- good and !safe remedy fur bi-;
i all catarrh remedies. '
other rain uf the It
0 11 ; Temperature in Last 24 Hours : jail for two month Nearly all cheap cough mixturesand The public cordially invited' to at- able not only for colds body.in t'! >, .

i Maximum .... ... 'degrees' throat lozenges contain opiates; tend these services For March to date .. .... '1,1-:'KHAKKIVEP. but for various summer c-tm': ,
Minimum ........ .. ... "\decrees Chandler said his home was in these cheap medicines give a tem ,
Baptist Church-There will be I and hould be in every famil.:.
f t Montgomery, whence he had gone to porary relief e..peciallywith little I casualty which demand-* i I':
I! Temperature Elsewhere : children by destroying"' nerve sensation service tomorrow at the First Bap-I Am till Kchn. ...rnand..,. from Jncaro come unaware.-: .Chrl-tiah.ldr I
4 It ;i Vat Min. Mobile, afterward taking up his undesirable ; the irritation in throat: whichcauses tist church at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m. !. .Itb tbe barge Kllidn in tow There i N but one Painkiller : I

; Atlanta .. jll v;.; residence in Pensacola. coughing, is i temporarily re- Preaching by the pastor, Rev. F. CLEAKLD. Davis'. Price :!'Katiil.Vv.:
iR KiniiarckCluciaoatl .. .. 41)it i moved not by removing' the cause II.
I lhlcago. M : Thursday night Officer Roy from but the of Jones. Morning subject"The Great Tug Britannia. O'Leary for Scranton
. by deadening nerves; feeling I Am sen IVnttlvtou >>ruUH r&. "'::!, lima OIL STRUCK :
.. ............ .. 010 "
J |
halt t' IUII.._.. . .'-h' Y+ Mobile came over here and informedthe the irritation is not felt, although Coming Resurrection ; night "The land by Kensacola Lumber Co tor Ornfuf. You can strike oil by ;'"11.-
( Huron. ......... ..... 14 :I it is still there and will Comfort of the Resurrection of the gob with t'.Tlx! s ft Crone II"b.'RU"f-; M. furniture '
l.t Pryor's big '
\ I Jftcn>unvill. ........ _.. n Pensacola officers that Chandler {' Am liaix Trojan, "M, t>y 't-n-Reol" lumt !li-'
I t Ksmabtlty..., ..... ... r. 40, promptly return.istuart's Lord Jesus Christ., U. Y. 1'. U.I r to for Jucaro, \\It!) tfiftr* bit Cl'U-t ti :t, and :22: We-t ConrlllU"J'e -: "
Key Went ._. 'I 0 71 i was wanted on a serious change in Catarrh Tablets is the value I7.W 1 \\ have nothing but li.ir. m k
i )tt'wpbls.. .. 59Montgomery best remedy remove catarrhal secretion service at 6:30 p. m.; Sunday schoolat I fer in all cla-ies' of furnitur. I ,

J' !. Mobile, .. ...7-;* .a1,; the Alabama town and would be whether in the nose, throator 9:30:: a. m., E. D. Beg s, superintendent h1LID.IanbktAttimticnanubren, miss them.f .

,' New 4 rlcHiia ... ..... I* e9 i picked up if he ever set foot in that stomach because they are composed A beautiful musical program s t t..i.Ant.ch. I'akarand __
h .... of wholesome u
f dew York SJ7J 44t. I antiseptics, I ,
Ht'll. O'NeiilNorxood. Io ton rr
..__ It H needless to he will has been prepared. A cordial
f'a\'allllall. ;' city. say Blood rootRed from I ,
gum Eucalyptus Am tirti \hll It' M Law. L'lakr! Nrw 1 urkI YOU SHOULD
I' M. Loins r.I anPfxsAroLA j not do so.When tree, etc. ; when you use these tablets invitation to all to attend the ser- I Am tell lionoa Cnriilloa. AxeUon, Utlue '- SAVE

'r you know what you are putting into vices. i 1 lell A elM K..y..t'.t I
tAm Hjalmar. >n
$ : i is honored-and feel, !! Chandler was: arrested this your system and not taking chances The Universalist Church-Sunday Am tell rendition ttrullirrt, Kilt-Hand f[ THE GREAT

l\ it-by tht presence of its many distinguilied -j ji;, 'morning he said that he hoped to get with cocaine opiates or similar I ('lrnfuegos----- ___ _
!i I poisons found in so many catarrh school at 10 a. in.; Young People'sChristian AMERICAN DOLLAR
ue ts.; I lout soon as be had to be in Montgomery cures and consrh medicines. Union at CWp. in., subject IN INCLEMKST WEATHER the man
Dr. Hamsdell in 'who exposes himself bids for a severe -
commenting on
It "The Resurrection
on Monday. now develops "Aunty"Brown
.r WE told you that the Press Bulletin catarrh cure says: '-I can heartily cold in the head and usually whenever you can. and ,i >'u
would be "a dai" '"-or words; that the negro i is under bond to recommend Stuart's Catarrh Tablets will give the Bible lesson. gets it. And the cold neglected or can do itea'y by buyingy ur
Mr. E. L. Reese. treated become nasal
? to: that effect; and it i is. appear at the Alabama capital at 10 because thecontain no cocaine nor by (iunFi.hing Tackle, Hu-y-
c' -.- u_ ._ other dangerous drug found in so Music by Miss Evelyn Heine. Bolo ,, catarrh, a disease as obstinate as it
1! o'clock Monday morning on several many advertised catarrh cures. I ig otJen*ive. Don't waste time withi"medicines" deli. !SPORTING and ATHLETIC .
Miss Beatrice White. Mr. L. M.
,11, HAIL! by
to theo
f i informations for have known of many cases of lorg that dry and irritatp iOOn-< of every
+ members! of the Florida Press, Asso- gambling and othercharges. standing catarrh of the head and Davis will preside. Prayer meeting > the membrane but cure yourself dt-"cripti'JulrolU F. K. 1'ri.i1-.

j i ciation. May their I'hadows-and ;;|, throat completely cured by the daily every Thursday evening. All are i, speedily with Ely's Cream Balm i I the (it.
Special Sporting J-t
} their influence for Chandler had ruse of these tablets for several cordially invited to attend these the recognized specific for catarrh.
good-sever no with him
grow ; money '
weeks. One case in particular Price 50 cents. Sold by druggists Dealer. A full !line of u-

t t lees! when arrested, but told Mayor Jones which I could not reach with an inhaler services. )laud by Ely Brothers, M Warren nis,
'! or and where the St. Katherine's church--Easter street New York.
spray ca-
that it Pong
' was no trouble at all for himI Punching Hairs: Duo-b
A is -- --- -
MAN reported to hare talked tarrh caused daily headaches and
a services at 7 and 11 a. m. So ser- Hell, Indian .
I to get kind of when he noticeable loss of Club Kxecles
himself to death at McKeesport. any money bearing, was en- IMA.NO Tl'MNU.
I Weed
vices will
tr tirely cured by this harmless but effective at night. Bishop ; elegant line of Hie.cle .- \
# Pa., recently. The eloquent members wanted it. He said he was no va- officiate at 11 o'clock. I Mr. J.H.Gindlinganexpertpiano .
remedy. #. Tire and all da.-
of the Press Association did I, grant as he "had a place to sleep a Dr. Wainwright : "I never'' tuner is ready to serve the people of e. : "t
I says sundries
'+ : Peusacola. Leave orders with the ; big lilt of Kdi'oi: !

Lot do it-quite.- I place to eat and plenty good clothesto tarrh hesitate Tablets to prescribe for catarrhal: Stuart's headaches Ca- McDnffle'g Turpentine & Jesse French Piano and Organ Co.. and Columbia I'houogr ,' t.>

OOVKKXOK: JISSI: : ="HS' reception wear" but when asked where his and catarrhal deafness be-- Mutton Suet Lung Plaster ''or; address postal card to him at 240I Mild on instalment ; flue lu.
I is for i East Intendencia street. 21imlw.I *
a cure whooping COUlCh.
f Peu-acolians cause I know them to be perfectly New Mu-ic at f
by demonstrated their 1 prices cheaper
boarding place was he mentioned a easy and comfortable works while j - -
safe for child adult and I
\ recognition of his or have seen than you can rend oil for
ability and devo-
I i 1 tough downtown resort and also en- many remarkable cures resulting you sleep. Educate Your Bowels. 1
i lion to duty which must hare been from their regular daily use because 23 CENTS.: All good delivered lit perfect
i/t exceedingly gratifying to him. I 'lightened the mayor as to his fellowi they are advertised and;sold- Sold by John Sheppard! 4o5 r': Pal Your bowels can be trained as well order and guaranteed

l i boarders. in drug st'ore" i is no reason why any afox street. i as your muscles or your brain. Cas- Mail order promptly h.u ttJ, SOMK: of the good should j i carets Candy Cathartic train i
fervid oratory displayed 1! This did not satisfy Mayor Jones physician not use tl'embecau..e : your led. (Jet my price bl"re( '
at the sessions of the Press we should seize upon the i I bowels to do right. Genuine tablets
Association may doubtless be attributed ,: who informed the negro that "if it means- of cure wherever found.'tuart's ." GOVERNOR AND stamped C. C. C. Never sold in buying you will ease by i: .
Catarrh Tablets are e; I 1,
t were possible for a man to live in bulk. All druggists, IOC.I .
f 4i to the etfects of the magnetic! hilly valuable for catarrhal colds in

hot water from the "oil well." 'these hard times without working/;; children because they are pleasant PARTY LEFT TODAY I!1!I :
-- 1 and to the taste and may be used freely Pocket cutlery and scis- p.F B. Bruee
t NOT all of the Press Association :' always having plenty of money, to break up severe cold and croup sors from the finest to the ,

members 'there was something at the very beginning.
fraternal radically
were society men --- --- Governor JenninHon.;; A. C. cheapest, at the Willis{
although many of them were-but wrong; then the fine was imposed.
[!2525252S2525252.52S2525l 15 B. Palafox.
Croom HOB. H. C. Crawford and Hardware Co.
all had the "grip" when meeting It i is learned that while Mobile, i ii u u .
their many friends; in the Deep I!i ,Chandler associated with two jjj LIMENOTESJ jjj lion H. 1';. vay left this morning :

Water City : negro i[ ] for DeFuniak where they will spend
boys who were lately sent for \
up Q
the day. The gentlemen were high!
EVERY public-spirited citizen burglary for a nnmber of years each. The steamships Zartzirak Rat and
will secure copies-at low rates-of:' Udala, which arrived in port yesterday pleased with their reception and
| is} believed
now that he worked PLANTS
the Annual Press Bulletin for genii i ( from Haelva are now l lying at 'entertainment in Pensacola. ?*l

eral distribution., as one of the best ]I I. with the convict, and a like charge i the L. & N. docks discharging their 1 General W. B. Lamar did not accompany -.

tf t advertisements of West Florida and |I will be made against him should he i cargoes of pyrites. PLACE ORDERS NOW FOR
l the party. He i is at the iI
I Peofacola ever printed. (ever be captured there. I COLEUS andSALVIAS
i iIF -. The steamship Winifred of the Merchants hotel and will possibly; ,

e + the Press Association visitors STill NO TIDINCS New York-Pensacola line is due to ;remain over Sunday. PLANTS.

1 did not enjoy riding over the trolley I i'arrive here Tuesday.Thecteamship .

3 lines it was not because they did not |i, OF LOST TABOR KNICHTS OF PYTHIAS. l
Pensacola will
hate the price. Every badge was stop I i Miss Violette Moreno,
--- Mobile on her return trip from
good for unlimited rides with the E. 1

L. T. Co..a courteous conductors. 1' The tug Echo arrived in port yesterday Tampico to have her hull scnped i Penaacola Lodge No. 'A. K. of P.- 323 West Gregory Strret .

afternoon from Jucaro, but and painted. Regular meeting Monday night Phone 321J.I .
t 1 EnrioK CALIVEU.. was fairly March 31, at 7:30:: o'clock. Work in
overwhelmed with brought no tidings from the lost The steamship Uriate No. I. now the rank of Knight by the Senatorialteam. ,
compliments over barge Tabor. taking a part cargo of phosphate Reports by Grand J."dgerep- @ m HighUp Meals !
the neat and graceful in which
way rock at the L. & ='. docks, is about resentatives. Members of sister
J fce wriggled out of a tough proposition The owners seem to think that (fr'J: old. lodges and visiting brethren cordial 'I but not high up prlc**, 0.,1';

}; i i in discussing, at the behest of with the high winds recently she years ly invited to attend. : good cooking and good :seen v >

e tbe committee, the crucial question The lighthouse ': MO.VKOE: CAMPBELL: C. C. very ordinary chargt.
j has probably gone up to South! Pass / steamer Arbutu*. j H. HOR- f.ER. K. K. & :8.Hathbonc .
I, "Wheu is a newspaper lie moral?" which went ashore Tuesday morning' The :20th CenturyRestaurant \
and anchored. If
But he almost "cussed" when some no news is received in the fug near the Mobile lighthouse JMHCCI-H. : [ m USERS ,

called him "A Second tiara of her in the next few days a NOTICEnF t
TI : one was pulled off yesterday by Magnolia Temple No. 4, Rithbone =$)
:' Jone*." a tug will be sent out again to search the government steamer Poe and held a very important meeting Ii Iiristers.
faiii'MM ihrmix' I"'
yesterday afternoon at which
proceeded her a j
on to the various
1 ii i THE Pre.'s A 'snciation'ery properly way candidate was initiated. The committee I nr, but dt'.r" to bf far
lighthouses in the di-trict. known through the
& i extended thanks to Chairman> her.March announces an entertainmentwill "upm 'I i iof '
be all ltd meaN. 'luiilii.: -.
i Parkhill of the joint committee of The schooners Belle O'Neal, Peu- the program.given very soon. Watch for I ilntiiif"* are fHtur of "ur !

'1 arrangement He will pas theme dleton Brothers Atlantic, Lyman room.

e 1' .11 to the numbers of the committee M. I aw, Donna Christina and IIjalmar Shake Into Your ShnpH I IAlltn'l

entry one of whom was unwearied April MayThere sailed out of port this morning. .'oot'a,e. It rests the feet fares GAS RANGES[ I'honr 171
I Corns, Bunions ,
Ingrowing Nails. HnolJru I
in his efforts. and the The Pearl & Nicolau.
; committee tug with the barge El- and H; cnting fet-t. At all druggutj and "
will gratefully acknowledge is a best time for doing lids, in tow. arrived in port from enoe stores.! :!:>,c. Atk today.

t its obligation to those liberal-hearted ewr .thin that i is, a time when a Jucaro yesterday afternoon. I 2'111 ri. }'al4f"ll"t

j citizens who made their success: pos.it thing can loe l done to the bet advantage The !
fishing schooner Florida
t most easily and most ef- ; has OPERA HOUSE
: t-ible. arrived' from the
fishing grounds "Krull
ft'l'tinIXow is the beet time with a catch of 1,400 snapper Mrs. U M. Ludlum, an L \pert I'moriHiratnr '. It'll tV llaih"and
i ***t **>*-******>-
Old Soldier's Experience. for purifying your blood. Why? - and C""k. will in I'mhacola .

j M. M. Au,tin.a civil war veteran Because your system is now trying MoDnffie's Witch Hazel Friday, April 4th. for a t>w slays beginning Monday 'LcstorM, "''alln; ,

I of Winchester, Ind., writes: "M. to purify it-you know this by theriml.lt' Foot Healer I.* one of the finest March 1O. and Mill make a prwonal .
I wife was sick a long time in spite of and other that baby powder known cures prickly I are unequaled In sweetne.+ ,
eruptions 30th Annual tieit all
Tourof to
heat and the Legitimate portion tiling
] doctor's treatment but give instant relief. can durability lougstaudlugiutu.e, !
good waswholly have
r cured by Dr. King's New Ii i come on your face and ody. 2;j CENTS.: Irish Comedian range .\1ae she will gladly iti e In are preferred by leadlr.g UJU.I i .

i Life Pill's which worked wonders' Hood's Sold! by John Sheppard 405 f?. Pal atruttionaand adtice
kt for her health.. They alwavs do. Sarsaparilla afox street. Mr. aliu cookingand Agency for "ChlekfolIUc '4er"
Joseph MurphySupported the errmnmiealuse"f IherangerIi and "Crown"puno.
Only 26c atV.. A.
and There's lots
PillsAre of
to be
D'Alemberte i money made
e a drugstore, 121 8. Pal1 in real estate lots of it. A real estate i We l*\!(,eak for tier your hearty afox street. the medicines to take-they do sign is usually a by a Company of Surpa"sin !, gelu," "Apollo" and "Ccilu.
__ __ u fingerboard to Excellence in operation In the matter for our mutual -
the work thoroughly and agreeably wealth. Thos. C. Watson Everi i 1
I atat.anufrom the NorthernTocxI and never fail to do it. Co.. the leading Real Estate firm Ac, Popular Play, i Interests and you will find her a The N.lfobrat..d'Ict", M,r "

are UlI'J1J-a&m.: the CCKAJJ cum toe coutt Iliiod's are the -dieines have some offers which it would lady worthy of jour mittin. Talking Machine tie t--t

If you want a nice present to give have always heard recommended.you. and be worth see them your to-day while,to and consider.don't wait Go The Gout world.
I : .
'* KellY Very reaped fully Violins Maudoliu and;( .il' >
to a friend go and look through the i I"ann't I'ffomml'.-d Hoo.J'uar'lOriUa' till to-morrow.
1 elegant line of suitable articles at too ic.y an a *rr\rs\ me-linne. when.... I I reduced prices.
f take it in the all I
c wv feel 1
I J. I. (Stephens, you surely can find tiw *uninj.r." ffurias.. ::'. H. Xnu tit-rthrnueh)1I'Cran.I'.. Try a dozen Jung's Red The Purest and Most Successful
i I something to please you. If you ;, Hood's Sarsaparilla Heart Irish Drama ever Pensaeola] Gas Co Tie (te
want anything in the Diamond line I cure and keeps the promises to Seer and you will written. I Clutter Music
: be rare to see Dim before you buy. I I have no Prices 25 50 75c
: and $1.00.
] I C. F. ZEEK Superintendtnr. 1 1J
other.'i"f. I'12-IU S Fa'" ,I II.t .

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FEED BABY SLOWLY.ONE The Story of a Pioneer.Few Curing -* Duelltt.
It is said that a Harvard man who

was vIsiting Paris in some Innocent

OF THE MOST IMPORTANT FAC- men are more widely knownin way otfc'iidod a club member, who Homes
Topeka. Kas.: than Thos. L. Uoi3.He Iromptly slapped his face the French v Lonely
TORS IN CHILD REARING. is the pioneer real estate dealer t tA
man expecting of to receive achallenge
there, having located in the town in course home b never complete: wKltmt tWWrt*.

c(1 Rr..un. Why Food Should Not BeTumbled 1873. He was a sutlerer from dyspepsia for a dueL Instead of this Yet many homes ut chlldlo M* y wlvu ..
until he heard of Kodol Dyspepsia proceeding the Harvard man turned desolate Ur the lad of a tluld U Iov.. TteJr
Rapidly Into the Little i Cure. and l looked for an instant at his adversary lives are aimless-void *f the high w 4lvu .!

: Stomach-AdIre Which Applies to I then quick as a flash pulled motherhood While bvrcnntu b uuai..1acaJ. I

Grown Folks ava Well a* Babe. i iI buck his strong right! hand and sent cuiable uintu and wr.w. it wit IA mist

.... ; :- S. I In the proper bringing! up of a child i iI the fellow roiling across the floor cuts on ccoi.t .f wm little fcnaa1c I ......w.. j

::: ) there Is nothing breaking the bones of his nose in two which Wine of Cvdul would ipetiily Kt rtjht
r' absolutely 1mpurtunt 'Th.
I I I more A this pure Wine rtgul Ui thc Wfcrta female
[ places.
0 tLan ttls! one thing-to teach V orjinj by building up the won out MTMI mt
\ :
0. .TZ7'I. YJ/J I It to cat slowly. After a few weeks when the French regulating the riMMtraal How. It rutoru the

: man had sufficiently recovered from fallen womb to Its ly rttujuVcninj
'I'fI i Kry groom knows and observes the proper place.
/ ..... I'i the incident to discover what had happened the generative orgtni, It makes pre.
--,... rulo In the of
care a !horse that
\ rapid
he I tesucd formal challenge! to uncy poiiiWe where btrrenMU ulftt. Yo.
I I I eating American .Q1r.-l. der to fight a duel can depend on
OF BEAUTY all sorts of '.ttcut to '
THIEF i nianKt-rs prevent
THE :; and ln'ins the recipient of the chal'lenie. -

C4ptured by ;i' the horse swallowing' his outs too the Anurican was permitted to WINEARDDl
Is julckly. The man who has
no patent
Regulator 'I' select the weapons. He promptly chosen
Hradfirld'" j j"lIh'lIar
manger knows enough when necessary : liM!"iliiU! and, lielmig' an old pitcher Suffering women all over the land haw bttt

'\\tut ll'llllllK"-S! lIwllinj 1..1J! I II i I Ii I to put a stone In the manger threw with an accuracy which resulted depending on it for seventy-five yean. Ho

'. t. ,.1 ut ):1\11 illg bcuttt-rlng the oats around It, so that ill t1lt. Frenchman's getting another 4 more convincing pr..I can be give them the

I ..- the t.II tae I the hoi-be may be compelled to eat \\'IIIIIH1In tlienosc. curing him entirely testimony of Mrs.Benson who is oJy ... of

,.. t ILL U tlu-ir place. 'i! slowly. It the horses Inclination Is of the love for dueling.how \ thousands of women to whom Wise of Cardul
.1.IU- litlini,1W.il! ; ., to gulp down water too fast the careful has brought permanent cure. Many cases of miscarriage-that trouble

.. "i I4tll.! n., hut'JiiiUi I man will put a big sponge In the which robs mothers of their hopes-have been avoided by timely use of the- !
irritable :; 1'orlL Sleeps.Ne' Wine. You are asked to try Wine of Cardui and Thedford'i Hack-Draught, !
r pU-.isutes. water compelling slow drinking.A .
1,. <"m-r.il .iliiriUil.d York Is a city of IlIfinite'ari..ty J JTinre I its companion medicine. Nine out of ten casts of female trouble barren
1..1'.1.1 y frit. "licar I child's appetite. when he Is al- are those! who have hoods with ness included yield to them. All druggists sell$1.00 bottles of WUM.(UriLVuderroort.
.i lowt-d to '
eat Is
rapidly In
.\il llusf s\.ii'tom] : :: always excess out bleep and those who bleep without Ark., April 1, IIM.
of his actual needs unless tileehllo.1 Last May I had a mtirarrian, which was followed by floodiif. 1 Ned
i VM itt rn .L organs. tt't1s. Three thousand of her winter your Almanac and my husband got ni. a bottl of Wise of Carau ad U
t... ,\\ tlie ve.ik U In bad health. The reason for uol. L. BOtti I esidcnts! slumber in the cradles of the topped my flooding and rmtorea my fallun womb to It. ,Iae.. Mow I aaa
i 't ilu 4.rft4 a: 'this Is extremely simple. The childerates from cured after taking three bottles and have aaother to take which I tot ttU
I 1 anal barges; that come each year morning. I ameiiectttf to becone a mother and Who of Cerdul will M
>i ,: \ Save )our :: food because! his body requiresto "For several years," ho writer the canals of New York state from itile ., doctor. lire. MUtT L. BBMtOM.

I \ 1 .I.ill I manufacture new tissue. lIe Isgrow "\11\' wife and I ulTered with thatterrible lakes and Lake! Champlalu to For aWlYt and litrratnra,addnM,tlnst ITmDionnThe Ladtce'AtTUory
great Department" Itie Ctallaueufa; IteiUclao Comjanj; Caauaooofk; Tea*
ADFIELD'SRegulator : Ing and he must not only replacethe malady known a* dy; I USI'up tissues that his dally life or Iudi ei'ition.
I '\\' York harbor. In the t.nt'w'ntllisll'icts
cr..alc destroys but he must make new flesh. "'Ve commenced to ue Kodol a man, his wife timId his four

,' n ::0,. I"tru..1 fl'g'U.ltlll new muscles new bone and new blood Dyspepsia: Cure on the recommendation children
six eight or more sleep
of After do-p ur or I
our druggist.:: one r
iIft11, jiroluse, every day. adding weight and blze.
\i. ,I and in a short timn all thost* terriblo III a single room, and one who goes I 11". C. BRKNT. WM. H KNOWLKS, W. K. HYKR JR., J. H, KKKHK.:
tin nstru itioii, The sensation of hunger Is not the
"I t r FqD IIt'aut :, of pains and dy.-pepia torments passed nliout the city finds many a device for lreaident.'icerresiduint.! Caiiiler. A n't Cashier. t
) crating an empty stomach satisfiedas
the I away. My appetite. al".. my wife's, Mutnlier and reinise.! OnVa>hington
ti-im .ire re11 soon as the stomach Is filled; It is a came back and our food could be en- \ where the
( street, ou the wpsttit":
t5 I IIIr1"'lk.
I '* crating,: that Is felt by the nerves allover joyed as when we were 21. I am nnd j.
} t'rrfc.t Mtaltli I.r \\ omen. frre.a Turks the Creeks: the As.sjrians First National Bank
the body. This craving! cannot turning 77.
I1 {. CIUTOH! CO. ATlUITA. Gl the Kgjptians; live near neighbors to a
"I have not sulTered with
possibly be satisfied until the stomachhas one day ('olony of Irish is a queer little oriental -
stomach since I commenced
begun the work of transforming my to
... -I hotel! on the top flour of a tenement.I.cslie's .
I n.I tiurrli-NH Mmiilitlln. the food Into blood flesh, muscles, etc.; use Kodol Dyspepsia; Cure and I
L 111 ul- lii \merlca !' consequently the sensation which we recommend" it to all of my fellow 'ueekly.WiNG I OF PENSACOLA. FLA.
I citizens. -- --
j .
v i im.ij.-u; and walt call hunger persists long after the

I, -'..'.inn an I 11..1 rll'1 child or grown person has rapidly absorbed --- ---- --, --- 33XXt.ZIOTOn.MiWM.

r. rt I' Ul'II l ktlOVIII Ut as much food as it really needs.A I H. KNOWLES, W. A. BLOONT F. C. BRENT W. K. UYKR. Jh

t !. ,n iiin-r ..f violin! *. "I million foollbh parents urge their meals gives ine children pubifc too school shott systemwhich a resting HOP r & CO. D. Q. BRENT, )

l1"I. Tin' writer! children to eat a great deal and alwayslet i H
t. :t. him; und play- them eat as much us they want to. pcrillli in the middle of the day

'>, i I 'Iit.-ai'i at th..1|, Yet all of these know that a furnished responsible home studies i/aitly:at night fur are this also and respon the Importers and Dealers In- r rrIi1! u! mllt!: BZ AIII! UAw! \ !olLWe

t. .' .- .i -. m-Nlrl I lmp >rti-d I I man taken off a wreck: will eat himself sible.Cvery.

-'i .' .' M am! rrinrlutitTstht* ]I to death If allowed to do so. The very word that is said here applies Chinese and Japanese

Ii .' '.'J ',. ,,1.1: pirti; ularly on I I!I hungry child goes to the same ecessonly to grownup\ |" 'ople. of whom not OIlS __- draw our own Bills 01 Exchange on Great Britain, lr.Un< ,.
k > "t.tI HIImuch lar- In lesser The
< a degree. great in a hundred his: ever been taught 1o Fancy Goods, Germany, France Austria Italy, Holland, paln, Belgium Roaila, Noi
ti had <-\> T M-I-II. Its
i i ) safeguard against that excess in eating -

: -'. !i..' :.,! I itv..-I .\ null' cun- I' which kills HO per cent of men before care apply as to is himself bestovu-d! siu-h on common a second sense class FINE CHINA TEAS, way weien Denmark and other European countries.

I.' ,. '.i.j..r.i' und: II...... of a their time and which accounts for
Most Favorable
Vesneh th Terms
I I horse.New lork Jouinal. Disbursed upon > and thah
i .' \. ,,'ilh.- -> it vx i. n 1M' :' per cent of children's diseases Is 31 South Palafox St. Obligations Taken Payable at Port of Destination Ten or Fifteen D JI

..4 w "' ... r II.,." 1.1:11'1': ,-lp.Tli I I'I''J eating. laundry: Oilice. }1'ensacola Fla.UKNKKAI after Vessel Arrives there.

r i"I. 1 -ii I I It VM. it u -\i-nl\ time I Nearly all children eat too rapidly.

i. )H- nil, illi'l -I Iilia-: I I- VVIl't They do so by nature. Slow eating is :: I ff"Safety Deposit BoxeR for Rent in Connection

.i ,. i-iit 'i ,lfI,1f > tii.it! \\..ii. ae ; a matter of education. nut too often : Fltr.NCll: IIClltUl'II': with which we hare a Prirate Apartment for the UM

.( '. .1 I hi |I".i..I. .,', as "iI',| iir to the mother or the nurse teaches the '--' .-..,,,,,-,,,, Following is the schedule of theguverlimeilt I' of Renter .
P." 'l..|"ii''l IM.HI S I I-.III th.lt child the habit of eUing fast. When lie. MfaGenuine linn' steamer Oeuerul French
t'.t't<.lit I.itTi-> .ilnl, I'olli I the baby Is little it Is fed one spoonful stamped C. C. C Never sod: In bulk. ,
which TIIK JCxws prints for the
i IB.I! | lot.. '10.,1, l-oli I inril'c: ut a time. Before It has time to half Beware of the dealer who tries to sell

..... I'MVuii't' > Hi lii-.li nun" .'ills. chew or even gulp down the first teapjMHjnful "lomethmi just as goody Benefit of the merchants who! ship I WE WILL FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE!
their to the various
I "->v it all i .uqIti.i' ; : I Ian in of food another is held to Its goods army

_ _ Write fnr
.1 IIII. h M.ii.ui' lips.! Of course it swallows what It ..........*...........t.l pots; & p,'ii" llliininili wtay oar raiAliiiiuf haiul-I
.. ... .. .... no.1....*what lieatltlful wourhiAiA. *- ..
I.MA\P9 7ina. I
has In its mouth and seizes upon the IVnsHcotti in.L.tyt.a _ .. how our patroas ato
... n"UIII' e give for e1 ...
1iKk ,4* itnint ... ..* lII\rrl\III.Il. :j' u. m. \ InK1 roavia4 thai" y
i twit Mouthful The habit thus Inculcated Use j i 1.1'11t'ck..n.. .... <*:IKIH.' in. trrvei.n.a.ii1 ...ilfftthnf with ..11oooopllro.lla..r -
'1 t hr |>I1I.tlll'.f: tinHililt- In tin- iiin-t by foolish! adults often ruins the ? Nothing 1.1'11l"rrJtlll'I.. .. ......... ":1 i.>n. in.rn.V9 > I <.r l 1.411.. vl a 1.Inn rfulII.i.f* "Hint'.elI imgbly rrliabk ...,.... \
Mii-'iv" S.1I.r.S..1 wurk In caUli-niv, nf FKiimtcoln ....... .Inl I.',11. Ill. rhnlo ..r I''OI tof the balld.
..-t ..tut I I. "|i|""n. rtritiii.'r until "fr iLtlil pt-rmancutly. I. Arrives Hurrniu-ni 11:10 n. m. anti I lieunmitke'a 'ini la.i*"|.rruiiuiii.lnllieiiiarkK...-,"|'oal"..n'. 1\,,,..... KivutinK l.aiii.i.| 1'11I KrkrrlrU.l ah I
Four factors count In the healthy as- ;a trip to hurt :McKen I1ntllll..1l returns l'I"'O'ttallll .. ..
I 1eC- 141w1 Ir4liittul iohi.
),-t on tl.. n,.... I..r iu hlllo''urnh' to l'irrunriii. I I1,1iiXfS I i-atrwil who vll8imiy-.H /twinut Soap
sliullatluu of food factors which purtMs r.urrmiL-iii .. 1:1' 2.YD.a _.
111.IVkrni bU-riirr
: p. we Kina IMaarr Krt-m4 a
Hit U- uiitflit hrinir iiout 1 HH.iiiitiiii 1..111&: I .. '.'.; i = -I tuvM ,tint
I.I'II\'M 1 a Ivalltlfulif ilivunlnl klul
: III.
anti should remember. Assuming p.
nurses ... .. .. g..101 irMl full.....lot faiiilljr u". InnNri -
| Mini tin lu Uhl\ >lllr of 1..11t'.n"Ll'lIhL 1::5 III. HKISTKI. \ ,. .
the food to be properly prepared -I! BUFFALO I ..I'II\.I.'c..n.. .",:1:, p.lII. I am rrrv mnrt pl..I"u .-1.....a. I 'U''I.... \t 1t1..jIT 1.1111.. ."... li.: .bit
4'r..s! .11.1 I III..I'I"k.: ilu' ti tilt' '". :" IlL""' .ttrfI t.hIPl.
thoroughly cooked and wisely se- A rraIIIlrrau"-,,, .,:.s' p.m. and uutkt .i ,'1..1'''JiitE okr. h... I'urI..liA. \II"g.Iw., iinrrs, .11.1
"t.rl.I .11 ll><- I'.if.l. $i-rinl.-! !in thff I I. trip to :McKi'ti uiul rilurii.On I 3 II U U lit".\\\ 5rk.. thI.r... "" .onK 5lstI.i.

I I ."t..1 hi4I. uj \. 1'1 .."'Ut. 1'1111".1 h-cted there COIllt-R. first the work of I Wpdne'''d.iy and Saturday: tho (....., *,......i.I'o..!.. 'M>..\i".i, F,nrr' (I,,art, .1 frnvtl Mnsi.-sil w lluDmiiirnlil." all.... a \ery HiHnu.hlam'ilvrU iiHiuulaTf'.l >.
tho teeth which the food for I [, > "M \\i,
prepare I iinl ll I LV Tat fa H lu Wetrujy.m. S.innniry> rnilirnLmrh
I 4 > 111 I. HIM" \ fi u V< lit :tu boat wi:1 leave IS.irranrau 1'iok- ., \ *
IIK-T >i i >r ifu \ ai it! rr 'r U<> allow )mi IS; ilaa Uim> in whKta
I'n: I'flMT ea: !'y digestion; second the action of : for I'envicola I In ,... .. 1 am ...-... tUn! f .....1..It.. t! t" ili-Uvrr" '10.. until ami ....llr.-i I
| l'oll ;It4P4 ti till Wi.fil ein : at li:1): 1' in. I ymtr
lutmlulin. .
Mrt Ali.M s ,
Mora .
th" huliva with which the food must luyuii; I'ua't .1.}
"..i t n. Matt. w 'I I. nml Murk I.I I.i t I
I. :
ti 0 BRAND $1 The General: French i is for army
.. li thoroughly mixed In order to minimize SALVONA SOAP CO. [or. 12th i Pine Sts. ST.
I .I. j ''' '' i ''11/.1/ :S; It Im\ 1utt ,&: purposes only and any outsider inu-t I LOUIS. MO.

,. i- ..1\ Jr.j, | with n MIIIIII|| the necessary work of the gastric : i have pas: from the quartermaster' .

.., ..,.1 .ilih>.iiili Hi. ,. of the btouiach Itself fourth and most :
.. ; I-
t .It t | .1. 'IK I i I -_, : 10.1j\ i-at tiniiuUirMM ,- luiixirtunt a proper supply of blood .. THE GARDEN SECTION

und of heat S .AT. 1
I k'ii.' ;-i "nicrx 11..111I1'\ II v i

t'M| i. \t "11101:1\0'11 tu 1'orce your child to chew slowly and : 0-Of -0 !

',' |rM. thoroughly every mouthfuL It nothIng :

"!!. ,I \ Authority lit else will do, compel him at fre- : Pensacola Florida.

..'?. \I ithout in-atnu': i i ijuetit intervals to lay down his knife : i I .1.1I

: und fork tbat. the Importance of prolotigid i I .
liitiou ill I
< the : I .
I chewing may be Impressed upon Near East Hill Electric f
< |>rintnl. I.U- ( S KICK'St Railway Terminus. 'j ;
I ] him. IKm't allow your child to gulp -.. _
down water or any other Mould with I.. S I : "

*..rill.... his solid (ood. If you allow' him to Beautiful Lots for Sale. P
Na..Iml.rr.. j! t ,
\ .,, drink while he eats, the salivary
'r" \ in" in the
: ( same '
l I ,.-. '* uti iii'inrul I '1 oUr glands will not act. They will not I IING I r III I IFor I 40x137 feet at from $75 to $200 each, according I I >

..I.1 r f 'h.. U.I\'IIIIII (lit -< II.to act for he v'111 be able to swallow II to location and

.: ii ttiMut.isatiuit. i his food easily: when It Is made I j surroundings. I

"! i -I the Mllijtrtf | niolbt by water. Sale by All Grocers. 1 in all !
\ .' "fl4 il who iliil lint I You can't do anything! to help along! Oysters styles i\\Exceptioiudly Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View, .

"i 'i, \|\rrMil a Iliost the unconscious, process which goes. ....S.i.i.II.S.ISIS S.S Short orders promptlyfilled j I High Dry Fertile Lands. I ;"

', on In the stomach but you can do cvI .11
r.; for that c.t Itv '
I erythlug to help that process by at- ---- - ; "I' 1 1I
"'I P *. fur. \\ iti JKII j I tending to the fourth necessity which I PROFESSIONAL CARDS. The grandest opportunity for investment ever I' ;

f "I r ie.. tilt has mi : demands: blood and the heat of the .... ... ... .. .. .... ... .... .. I offered in Pensacola. !
t -', q:"-1":111 music i' Best the market a
Lh.HMlln the stomach. Allow no child I It
r ,Iillun" exercise j W. C. MONROE, I I Dome Seekers Should See These
..1! ,t. Ul ticr.il t.stI-I after eating to take violent affords I Lots. : Ii
to study or even to read an exciting I II

\., ,. I lit'v> .ultl\\url.1 cue fur alt one the ;( book. The brain has first call upon \i\ATT01iXKY-AT-LsUY I I, Private parlor for A. V. Cliiblbs i : II,

\ I' I! the service of the heart and as soon I j :
as the brain Is excited the blood leaves M risiiKi lIt'lI.lIN( dinner parties. I ,1

\ ,I iiM tXrnxtme from the stomach and goes to the head. The !, Corner Garden and Alcaniz Streets. I; i
'>\ furt lit-r tliu i
on muscles also when too violently ex- MODERN DENTISTRYAT C'llKAl' .. XCtI.iON I .
i tut- >->IIUMIS r. dl us V- i f
cited draw the blood away from the I ITo

1 I I. 1 Hi" uert' lug .lure Hld It. is absolutely' Impossible for a child >*3
o :_ : _ _
I Mxiuletful EJi..1I i Or u grown feisoii to dIgest projierli1or I _= :o
I to got strength and vitality from
I what he eats unless for at least a half Call ail Me lour Teeth Elaminc WILL .

i hour after eating the stomach be allowed and get an estimate of the cot

to monopolize! the blood supply. of your work. ii
i Children should be kept quiet in Mobile and New Orleans, Saturday I Keeps a Complete, First-Class, Up.to.Date Stock

I..Uuts and Children. children DR. BOULTER, April 5, leaving the Union dePot -
!k some way especially very young i IT*' S. 1'aUlox Opposite' (:'11I\"lit. at 10to: p. in. Fare for the roundtrip of Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries.
In the *
Hd d You Have Always Bough after they hate eaten. to Mobile good for one day, | I Ii

case of very young babies nature attends 'l..u tli); to New Orleans :good for two No..i i 30 W. Covernment St.
to this mercifully by making 11 ). No allowed Salisbury Block.
W. C. ROWE, M. D. days: f baggage! j
{ #fpo them go to sleep as soon as they have From Cantonment and Century, t IIU.KIMIONK: 3.I7.ESTABUSHED: .
absorbed their milk. Older children Officr ITS S. 1'alafox. same as Petiacola. Purchase tickets !I

ought not to go to sleep directly after Hours from. to I/ao a. 01. and 1 to : p. nand at ticket oiJice. For further information -

eating for physiological reasons which .. 7o'clock. :lI'PI'to' 1862.
CURE...111,9 YOURSELF f.>ruiiDatnrtl may be explained at some other time; GO. ROJT.I\lxoor -.----.-.--------.-.--.--.- -..-

_lS II 4 d,..,h.....................II a.. but they ought to be quiet and cn'.tn. Phono PETKK: THOMAS.
rT .. _,: i "ru.lh'o.. v* uli..r tlooCo I McKENZIE I
'- or ...<... BM-iui'raDn.- Tens of thousands of children in homes ,I OERTING & CO. I ,
....... I'&ml..... to J Dut...UtAI I i ,
here this Is read ruined
.. .. w newspaper are '
I II ". 1I"r pol. UUa. WICKE&CO. : 0 .
a; '..r.o .U krft Dr.nI, In health by studying right after I -DIALIE8IR-' 0 lI.l

.. ....t io plaia .. I.
a. ',. ..,__, ,....>r.ppet*. (urI !
gu, ur ....tal.-.. e..n.o.nltlll : Ship Chandlery and General ardwue I
..11& vat t1iu.IP1 &. and
You will have pride in you own Planner Gas Steam Fitter I
803 t
i flower gardens if they are on your ,I
own ground. Your husband can buy ---"--'----AGENOV.-----------.-.---.

rENNYROYAL PILLS a home and he can do it now, although No. i South Palafox Street. REVERE COPPER COMPANY JOHN A. ROEBLING'S C

4 0f'4t. 'ut .. .>*>i ki | lf 41 i..IS rt l> toMlflI he may think otherwise. All Kinds o: Plumbing and Gas Fittings Materials Kept on Hand GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. ROBSEL 4 BON'S PDMP8.tuni BOSS OO.. .t*
-.:. UK 11t..TU"-.. t. '.UM. avery woman wants a home of her *BT.KPHONE r.IIP08OOLA... CTiA..
*"-'.. lit I' ....l4i- ...._ _...
and if she will have a talk with Cirhi huts Ills lutieil littniiits
.. .. own. harts lulirt
( 1.h. .h. V.4. HihiOOHPAB8E8.
\ .5
.. :-I I......... ..wa...._. ...dat 1.1... Thul. C. Watson & Co. the -- ,
.... ,
... ..
""- 4'" cnnlii
'J'I ligiutare Ii box: of the LOGS
j ._. on every ( ETU.
h Real Estate
I TC.1eIe
leading Agents, they
1,1 0004 "... ._. ... -
j.. "" .... .....1"-0.. I.....T__ .b..4S. .r can show her how easy it is to get t8 Laxative Bromo-Quinioe'fabIeq C. McKenzie Oertlng Collecting Agent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent
.. '...- t ......_t..........,.,. thenmodJ&Wauw.nN"- elation. At>a
'_. ..41s .._ r. .... one. '

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Ms Pills The "'.., w Carload of Tramps ".a.1 Grist and Corn -OF-

for Elv'S A BOASTER le.isnitU In Meiiro. Meal f Pills,

TRIAL SIZE. WmBAui In Mexico the !billing of railroad i if. F. GONZALEZ & CO., Prop i, FRUITS f AND CONFECTIONERY ij [

will save the dyspeptic from many freight requires! a knowledge and precision i Manntactcreri

Elf Cream Balm (OriginaL] days of misery, and enable blm to eat i whieli can only IK attained by I Iyears

Q1", leU.I., Oeceh Dick Spier was one of those men whatever be wiskac. They prevent of practice. Tl.is' is due to Hit CHOICE MKAL AND PUKE GROUND -AT-

olean.". soothes I who could Jump higher run faster I SICK HEADACHE peculiar clj-siiication of various articles i STOCK FEED
t and bull the dlt- drier than Patronize Home Industry for there it
and out C.
dive come APOSTLE'S
i sued memtuane. It and the different rates of custom* I Idutiv. every rea"on yon should bay your Meal ant!
the food to
assimilate and
ours catarrh and my other mau in the wide world. At cause nourish A ca drlTM away a cold I IIn e the body give keen appetite I for
snapped by BO doing you encourage borne ladui-
the head nulcklyIt j,PIi any rate, stories were newer merely taxed the ingenuity: of the try. Your money Is left In the commnnltjand 14 East Government St.

i He.lailleS between him and his friends but Dick'seTjKTiewfsovertopi ; DEVELOP FLESH station agent; although: he nnally sueteeded yon in lain are indirectly tenanted. ,
Preteen tbe COLD I'N HEAD ed those of other In catering tbe home manufacturer
> any yon
r M.mbrsue.I 'I and solid muscle. Efefutly sugar : in meeting! ulln"luir..m"lIts.The contribute to tbe caused labor. You owe Formerly Cordova Restaurant Stand
I Keitore the Reuses ot 'lante ana Ul"II, one of the party. At a gathering one i -_ town with It to tbecoamunujr in which live and
was overrun you
F all BUeiuc.;Trial Hue l\lei\ ; atKI.VBROTHKRH.lJrUlglMU, evening he told howhe had during! the Take No Substitute. tramp-) which contribute to Tour IUl>l>on. One car-load: of Pineapples at 11,75
or b1 mall and the council determined that !"tips to $:!.w dozen.
: wVakflshon
I M Warreu:btret-l. New' 1 urk.I :. previous summer taken more nut
the New Jersej const than any man ants snouia pay ror it was to be decided It was finally decided! to wnd them i The man who owns hU own home

I of his party and during the autumn and them out of the injures; himself again lots of F. M. WILLIAMS
by vote of the party, When the fen up ship country. I ,
MADE A GOOD IMPRESSION. following had killed more deer in theAdirondack tlvitlos were at their height Burd rap- It would! !be too expensive tu purchaseticktts trouble and worry. Nobody can I
than of his fellow raise; hip! rent and tho rent day liasno : I
pert for silence and asked Wentworth so they corn-hided to hire stoek :
terrors for him. ,
I A Ca. el Well DevelopederTe, companion*. { how he managed to land so many pick cars and ship their tramps as freight.: | :a home It'seay to own
(uaplrd With Wit. "What can we do to stop this! boast- now-ii-day.s. Thos. C. I Estimates Promptly Furnished
eel."It. The and the I
cars were procured, by howea
: Watson &: Co. can tl'll.'uu
wit In men's ?" said Stephen Burl to Phil I
--TLere Is Absolute some tog
.t Wl'nt'l Spier will consent to play fish" aid of the Police the tramps were ?nthersl y it H. Call; ana see them. Buildings of All Kinds.
nerve" miiJ a business man to a re worth a Coiiu-ll man who was : I
replied Wentworth, "I'll give hIm I. but then the tion aro"e as f.1 [
I IJOrtt'r.Iy partner and I, with the blmsl'if to ln a a.echaiiical and eh-c- I -
I I practical demonstration." how the shipment should>c designated:
'i; Intention of expanding our business trial engtntcr.:;
I "All right," said Spier. "Go ahead." on the bill of l.i.lmi::.
ftbout a year ago: decided to send a representative -I think 1 have a ph.u. repliedWentworth. i
: The term
"iierotiscould not
Calling for his rod and line \YVnt- American Beauties
ti I through the south. We "I.ea\p him: to me. '
worth filed the point of the hook blunt as it would coiiilict with the statelaty
y .1 i looked over the field carefully and "Iiiik." he said, "did you ever fish fot I
and tossed the hook across the table to projier aceomiuodMtioiisfor
finally picked out a young man who )|Iiclt'rl'llnmlll'r hake,
i to Spier. the traveling )public, and it would .
(was possessed of go0d1 address and "l id I? Last summer I landed fifty
I 1'ut It In your mouth," he said. also lie in violation of the comp.in.v'srules i
jrho. felt sure, would do the work. r >
ii Spier did as he was bid. Wentworth governing the rates of p-iisengxT I Sunshine makes
\ "He had been convivial in ,neuter Vl,
] pressed his thumb on a certain of tat tiic. .Maiketable eonllnoditIw"tvould
days, but his deportment .had been "They're gamy.: You can't l land all I jj
made feel the pole just below the reel whereupon not do. as that would subjectthe ; :. the Perfect Rose and
such for a that it us take.
year you Spier a yell seized the hook ant! carload 10 a )heavy duty "1"11"111'- "" >
contideut he would do the pricier thine.Be "I can land five out of every Fix I get: gm ::
i the tariff .. J P. P. the Perfect
took it out of his mouth in a hurry. ing; zone. Again they \\ "II1Ia1' ? P.
was given |4 I "What does It all mean?" cried several to lit elassilieil as perishahid' or
j J ; yeas started out on the mission. It was "That's a big avernge.; 1 think I can at once. the dispatcher might: order the car sidetracked *' e Woman.

the understanding that he was to nukeS do pretty well at landing: pickerel! but
;'t "It means this," said Wentworth along the line.
I: dally report of his efforts.Two I don't know that I could average up
Hut there I is
"This reel contains a galvanic battery fortunately a
l' months passed by and we never to that" II
Sly line is a fine steel wire flexible law: which exempts: certain kiiuls ofeuriosiliis
it I' heard from him. We telegraphed Wentworth winked at P.urd who very p. P. P.
( unl after
I and strong enough to bear a twentjpound rum duty su
different towns that were understood that he to
repeatedly to plainly :eras! trap I ,
d jerk. When I get my fish hook. much consideration the tramps wl're1111I.,1
but not word could .
his ,
; on Itinerary n Spier into a contest."I
I'd. all I have to do Is to a concealed and forwarded as so many hundredweight .".
t r he learned regarding! his hereabouts.. >ick," said Kurd, "1'11 bet you a press }
: of "perishable ,'urlt>> Orttt Rimtij.
button here to make the circuit 11I1't'tII.
i i Finally oUt day a hurried telegram cent that Phil Wentworth can land iitl"s--I
and paralyze the fish." untit to eat"I'oit Thousands of women art
AI I collect, came. It read: more pickerel! on Amber lake in a given
I There was an explosion of laughter suffering needless paid antS
'g'- '1 am not selling many Roods, but space of time than you can." Itr.hlint humiliation from U10l' )

8 am making a fine illJlifl'sslon.rirt! "Why not make it a champagne at Spier's expense but by prearrangement the a
fi 3 '. : supper 1 the voted that the conspirators No. 1-AVhat did the publisheroffer PoUon to abiorptluao
"ff- i $100 quick. ?" said Spier. I party for ? i iXo. ( Impurities from Irregular
; '.4i .The nerve of the) fellow got our "I'm opP\Ised to betting for stakes of : should pay for the supper. 2-Three: dollars I I menstruation or other tauiri.P. .

J. nerve, and, do you know, we wired him value" Spier took the hint and from that : / P. I'. will put roses of
time forth was more modest In his No. 1-That was an Insult! What health In check disfigured
the $100 and afterward he made good. I
i i! The next Saturday afternoon the par did you do 1 10. ? / 1 pimples moth vulgar
; '+ We have asked him what be did statements. by
,, ; never In Iwat Amber
, ty were a fishing ou 'Ila
URANIA LEE COURSON.: :\ 2-1'ut it in my pocket-New redness or eczema.
i during the two months and he has lake. They began at 2 o'clockand the I York Times. A I'.p. V. Is a sovereign ril-

Hover broached the subject to us. It match was to List till 4. The man who fie for all forms of Hl.mJI'olson

'* : ;was the wit that pleased us."-WashIctfon lost the most fish off his line was to be I The Chief Sense. I'yny-l'.aUum K.-llc ea iiilit Away I RheumatUra,Catarrhand
v' ;, AH the emit families of living things: end nukea a sjniHly cud bLcoutis_ and ultb.. :
Star. the loser. Spier' caught three fish and ; I l)> Ipt'p..la.
have a dominant sense We lead our
.tt" landed them all. Then he hooked 0'' life by sight; and make artificial lightsto a s ,-- \ O."|.. M. fUooM. Mac." .. 0.wrltf .
t Nature'. Wonder pickerel and lost it. Wentworth hookedone is the /, : "I kU tired l'.l{., *.J
render darkness tolerable. But the The Happy Home ; l' ... du... I kuttl)
t tf.
l > run | a *
: : The comryou Ilea leapst>") times its and landed it. About this time the creature whom next to ourselves we raell'I P. ... and It '.r.. m. In .... i

;, own length. To show like agility a pickerel came in such quantities that l .... tint,. ".In,. tail I ,...1. ..! c.ithing.
prefer the dog lives in a very different furnished home. Marston .. how I..t.te..ry..I
'. Ii man all feet tall would 113to leap n either of the contestants had !but to >

; + distance of 1..:uf) feet The cheese throw in his line to hook a fish. pier of universe.many other Ills dominant quadrupeds nep>*Is', the like very that I t Quina can supply yon- LIPPHAN BR05.PRI,. a.T:blocs, Savannah, Ga.

I mite U about one-quarter of an inch lost one out of every three, while with all needed in the \!
one we most neglect, the sense of smell. I way
1 in length yet It has been wen to take Wentworth landed every fish he hook.
The dog; will track his master never of house at the'
the tip of Its tall in its mouth and ed. The fish fought; nobly! for their I furnishings

.1 1f: then letting go with a jerk to leap out lives but Just as those on Went wort b'! lifting often up his with head hair to falling search over the distance hiseyes lowest prices cash or credit. NEW ORLEANS ;

1.r of a vctisel 1 1ill inches in depth. To hook seemed about to get away they he follows on not troubling himK'lf ---------- ,

equal) this a man wlIlI'ltl have to jump would suddenly turn over and cease tc : to shake it aside. '

t out of a well\ from a depth of 114 feet. struggle.; i DISEASES

I : f And equally strange thing; me found "What's the matter with you I'ickr :I.I I (:oJdlhb.I KIDNEY GROCERY ij ( t ;

i v among the plants. and M> I.t\hh'I. A cried Hun ":->I'l'IIto me you're I\ot.
It may not be generally known that I II
well known Htudeiit' of nature once handling them with your usual !;kllL1'ulI'rl' I
4'J I there is cruelty In the keeping fit :'11.1.1 are fa molt fatal of all dJ.1!
JJ tried the growing force of a squash.Wben not ;going; to land fifty lout JAS. McHUGH
I lisli. Half tit such captives die fromsheer '4 PropA
it was 1'IlItll'lI days old andtnuBuured hi an hour and forty-three minutes this UCI. I
1 want of rest As fish have eyesso
10"1 "
in circumference thll('. .
tuent.v-se\cn inches wr'
-if I I formed that they cannot endure the l 'Ol-.ttt; ; ItI t\!t1l\U:
be tiled a soft of harness "I'm landing one in six now. and any
It.J light: in a glass vessel they are in an FOLEY'S C .
4' round It, with a long! lever attached. expert fisherman will" tell you that's a entirely wrong place, as is evident from lurutiU.) C ;: A 1'1.0\1.1\: ;

The power of the squash was tiieasur- first rate average
the way In which they dash aliout and
ed by the weight It lifted the weighty "I5ut Phil !is landing! every one lit I '

being filed to the le\er. When it was hooks. How do you do it. Phil?" go round and round until fairly wontcut. I: or money refunded. Contain High-Grade Groceries

>{ twenty day old two days after the "St-ience." replied Wentw orth."Scienee I remedies recognized by eminent I

hart ees wa fixed on It, it lifted sixty :" exclaimed his disgruntled; 1I.lplna111m.. I I physicians as the best for rp \\ ....1..1" and Krlall1'KH

ttL pouudo. On tile uitn.-tei-iith day it lifted opponent "I lielii-\i> you have someway Cinder Charley told dat lady I wavmerely

.000 pounds. of bewitching: the fish." trjin" to keep soul nut body to Kidney and Bladder troubles. AT KH 11141" I I I'll.'

""'hut kind of a reel! is that you're gether. PRIdt .*. li1... i saMl'ElihiI': \

using; Wentworth?" asked one of the ,
+ : llr Meant All.HUM.Mltui Hilly Trucks-What did she say? W. A. D'ALEMl'.KRTE.:

' 1 Smith (to Mr. Dearborn aboutto party."One. Cinder ('barley-She gave me a safety Phone 103. Prnttcoli.f UJ
t t of my own Invention pin.-Philadelphia Kecord.Iiebt I .
to sing -MUs Junes wlllllayour acv \
As he took his hook
sjHike a pickerel .

$ conipaulnjeuts Miss Jones ,(Mr.l'O'lr-Hh.Dearborn., Mr. l ear- and ran away with It. bending the i line I Is, like any other trap. easy \ i's J"#";"'*.. :VfrttfoX." .T.. ..1..<><..6.vA'' .......-*'......'-t..r.. ... ....t.'.."..'..".."."... .................-.....t..,......J..,...............,.........,.....'P...................'.'

to a letter U.
born plays his own accompaniments HOb i n "That's a strong line of yours" said t H. ? |UIMjH.
-autlf ully I couldn't murder them fort p.t out of.-H. W. Shaw.Foley's t I
tit Spier, disapimlntcd that It did not
I -

, him. break.The. I Honey Tar KING & :i:
' ,
I Mr. TH-arborn (gallantly-oh yes fish struggled: fiercely and at lasllr..I. ., ;
F cures folds prevents pneumonia. .
I you could.Judge.hat .. the 1",1., the only weak part vt 1

s He Did.OasjddyOl the tackle. All expected to sei! him pet Marston $ Juina are solegents NI NT-" I : :

a way.'I..n suddenly, like his:: brothershe ;
bear 1'lauagan called ye was landed. I ( for the celebrated porti9<5 (Joods flouse)

iVMar.CawyIIedld. "(,kit It up. Disk" said Iturd"You've \ Odorless refrigerators Removes aU Coral, Funioni and Warn, ,
so. : without pain,pcediy! and permanently It.
lost five fish and Wuntworlt I
ii I Ctt sldy-An' phwat, did ye d)? hasn't lost ('ne. {I absolutely guaranteed or aluT Lj.nt.J t vas r.1.T'' t.::. 606 South Palafox Streot.

'. did Flunagan.-l'hliaJelphla refunded. ..1.
Caaey-l "I've landed the average, and Wentworth I money fop LIPPMA$ BROS. P'ere I
r Frets. I e, enl.1'rop, ee act \ : : Ilrtiiello tlio T'olloxviiiR J3ioyol _' ::0'
has worked mira However
Y a c. | SCHOOIi Sl'l'l'LIKS a IIaeY,Ssr I l( -1UI1MNK. HAKNKS: ,HTK.MtXK.: M.NKI.I.: :
T7ew AtTour jjildnrri I I'm beaten, and I insist on paying fox I i -- : ::
IMI-KKIAI.: M-.xi I ""I :\41. .
Dr liobb.'eperatuelillecumsnkldnry1115! Sam the At C I 'j ,.
supper.' V. TlioinpHnn'H No. 11 Smith .
,... !
ft flaf add 5terhuaRewedyl'u.t'blca.cuurtt: 1'
"You haven't lost a supper" put IrWentworth. 1'nUtox.Besides I It| Edison Craphophones, fishing Tackle, Cans and AornqnitioD, :::

-- --- --
I the standard lines of iota.tionffr TVl'KWUIIKUS: : I'lUAKS.J : "'

I "All I want to know" said Spier, "is we have, in tint, with envelope ,./ : J;
rt ( : whether you landed those pickerel scientifically to match : -F Every WomanIs .\I 111.\ 1.\1\: ( II"." AM: \)!'I.lI.lU114 roll KKNTJ : t

or whether there was Burnt Royal Crystal Hond. ,' Is iiilt-rnUf.1 ami nhonlil I Vw :1 Repairing of All Kinds f':
Hur.l's Holland Bond t1\ ') ,""- uU ut llu.". .1-rful : AEEDIS for ttc Oliver Tipeinleribv ::
trick about It.
Ii ,solo'' M4RML Whirling Spray
Ladies' Art \
j "I give you my word It was by < Stationery. \ : :" T11enrwta."ai'.ni.va .. I 1.. Shootil1j: OnJ Ju..y. '
purscience. ry / c t ... r.
Foreign Mail: Etc ( .sur,< liwt r- I .'.-.. ,.'- -- .- ,. ,. --.._, -. -.-
I I A'rti-u' Material Office ':-- set V'-l "IL .?.J .; .e.C. ... e. .-,.. .'. .'.'...t ...:'t."r'. I
e M Ton h.r.e't k rreuUr. hiltliT ninri'mi-nt of the Supplier '" 1111...... ln.umlj. :" :.0:.:. ..:.. ,; ::: .', Mo ... .'t .0..:.' .
b.eu step day. )uure ill ur *lll br. beep )uut The party retina to the nod and Gun! Memorandum H.10ko. Etc j
d 'Ij Iu..h.upea.ndb' well lurre.ln ttitt .hn|>rt f liIval > : ,.. \
: club where ordered it jtmr inttM fur UIf IU
<'f l>*ll IM.Iwni. tlJtnirrruu1! Tht mouthIt. a supper was All new and bright.MI11WhI'EhlY. I | '
.r.'e/t' mu>t vrrtm*.J vt kcriauu the Uiortf i I tudu.pplyate .
t being agreed which
of the M'K'.Il..I.lnu
' 1 i ct..a 1.to tale that coutestMedical -- .
I peons II| I ighrr.hulwndetalupI. rit- TIME TABLE.
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Society, Attention. The undersigned take this methodof '"III"'r1I'ol,,",.n i it CATHARTIC I' ottering her services as a I V&iU&Mt tjl! :.| _Miltl a4u., LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.J

There will be a regular meeting of I first-clt=s !licensed midwife, having I Kooia ;t'c Times Kldg.. New \ or It. tn'urr: IltntIlItu: : I, tan\

I the Pensacola Medical! Society at I 1.1ad. ft:) years: experience ,I

.. me Board of Health office at "I Lan give best of reference from New Orleans and Mobilo.

\ )'clock p. m. Tuesday Apl. S and ."l.: leading physicians of this city. PENSACOLAeONSERYATORY I --- -- --

1\ Visiting physicians are cordially'I MRS. :M. GIDDENB, I 'lo.; o... o.!. ; ,.

1t II! tf invited to attend. Jltf Iii South DeVilliers Bt. 7hi a ii:15m I 11:11(. p''" ..rave.. J'.n.aroJa .. .Arras Goo o.I. .No.t.'"1 II I s 1'0'. .
t DR. E. F. RRI-CE Nat 1'i p L1C a irarr.. t l..malol1 Irate ..

r, I, EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY DR. W. C. DEWBEKY President., :I| Marston -tS. Quina" carry I O ( OF f MUSIC, i 11:1)n.'"a_ 4a.:::'tp_p I i:1I1::r.. a_I )rare...av.. Naw Mul."r..nM... barn Ir.t. 1t:1I1 e:;:: u P D't e j"f, at+16.a p I '. 1

:!r .il f '?t.ftnt. FaUtahl, Potent. T.....Hood. _'In G<'O<\ ii25ttf Secretary.POLITICAL I I j the largest line of matting, : North.s .
_. N.t.r Hickrn. WMkrn. or i.rti. to.t'. mill") rrnttr I II E. OL, CHAP f ERS Director, I __
.. boa. Write fur tree. ".mylr, .u-l tiuvklrt nn I :, rugs, window shades etc. I
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i I TUIIH ail IDT rOIfilT. rHIUI.O.r SEW tOlik. ;-in the cityWe lay our I hIiapm nl" pm Iray. ..- I'en'senls Arrive &:0pm!''to. I. .loa t"em..
5:16: 1\ m ea7 p m Arrive
BLOOD CLEAN : -.Ixsye 11C.: a \U 5 lit
KEEP matting free.NOTlCli. Piano, Voice Culture, Violin Pipe 11\1 am \I'pm Arrlv".I1.rrlllnlCblt I .Learn gam 16110&
f 1 I Organ Cornet, Mandolin, Guitar iII;; p in 3:111 a In Arr.y"a.bnlJ.; .. .. L..v"
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ANNOUNCEMENTS Cello, etc. 7sam I llesm Arrlvf' tlnclon.U. .Leave '.11 Pili' "darn
& I have been authorized to take 7"am 1s' .. e.'spto II I6pin
p! Arruv. _. touts .I .
I AI*o Director Penacola Concert '!!" .. :t5plII N rb p wPENSACOLA
t .. _. sab-jcriptiong CorVm.. JenningsBryan's AND RIVER
For State Senator. paper "The Commoner." Hand and Elite Orchestra. JUNCrION.I .

Tha friends of Hon. W. A. Blount The price is $l.J( per :year in ad I I-Ually No a-Italy I No slop where time not sbowpo. 1-1'.lIy No. 7 I.a17
vance. Those desiring the
EASTER't I hereby (him paper Brass and String Music Furnished itas pm 7(1); a m [ .
1 i announce as a candidate can have it sent to them by sending save.P .D.acoh... ...Arrlv" lur.1 pill 1111 II lit
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for State Senator Iuh..mla. ... "
from this the Second I. (1.00 to the undersigned. 111 Occasions. I:: I" 7.15 ...... "nl".lfI.. n....... 111:1'(1)r7": II h'11111
\ Senatorial District, and rt'.p'ct.I. H. M. Roll ,, 1i:5: 7:14 ._t..carnlJla .._.., luX'! 6)7 '
fully ak the! support of all Care Address : E'cambia Hotel. I'i: h 7.S""n: .._. Mulnt ...... ... II\II" L....,
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crat< for tinnat the coming primary. ; Harp ._ ... IUI" 6ci
; \.- -------- Studio: Parlors; of Fiat Baptist 12./1 7:1.\ .. ....L1titCity .... IU:15" 6.
For Representative.The i Jhurch.Mobile 1tt: 1:'iII" .. Milton II IU.IU" 6 3)
i EGGS and DYES LODGE 1:111: a m ..... to ..,..(loud Range...... to .n" II
r1t1 friend* of Scott M. Loftin take DIRECTORY 1:55: N 1" to .". .... Holes .. ..... 11:16" lID
e this means of announcing a" a 7211 ::111" ....._ 1oI1I1I.an .. IJ"! '.11
I r(1 -ATt candidate for Representative in the Oysters ftl". 1191" II.. ......_ Creetvtew..:... .. 11:11" ",tl
Legislature I, I!' 1I'5II" ... ..U err Land ...._ II .:.6" I'u '
J. M. COE'S.BltY from E;:cambia county, ,; KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.Peiuacola 1:51: PIO". __. Mossy dead._ lI.to" ..14
; and they desire the support of all I DEL1VEREHTO ANY : '.W" lIti.: II _Ieb'unlaki4prtngs. Ni4 II TM

Democrats in the corning primary.For I Lodge M>. 3, K, of P., PART OF THE ('!TY. i, .':14 .". II:" -....._ Argyle ..._ 'lff II:411 r ;Si ..
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Representative.The meetierery Monday even FINE FRUIT.THE 5:1) to 1010' It _Weltvlllt...._ It 7:17" + 1.14"
ti ; friends of Henry C. lag at7::*> at Cattle Hall I 5.1'1" IIIt5'. It.. ...Caryvllle.._ 7:19 I. ..
Clopton In tbe Bloant.. Wauoi 5:1:1" ton II _Roaitsy-..__ IM" In
announce him as a candidate for Building third noor. UNION( RESTAURA Nr 5:"' lon" .__ lobll>l", .. ..... 1r7: II 1-44
I a new garden hose representative in the Legislature Viiiuog brethren eordiaU) I' 1\:11": 11:1/1 to .". _....Cottoud.le...._ 5:M II n..117ssi Bone
from Eseambia welcomed. It. 11:15" ..Marma fW II J1t
i from the Willis Hardware of all county democrats requestthe CAMPBELL, Frank L. Wilde, 7tJ.: U4I .._Cypree ......._ 6\ 11.13 a,1D
support iu the H. HORRLKB. 7.0" 11:5 II II
{ v.Vl Orand Kldg6_ Sal: I1i1
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:;'This Announcement is to tell you that we have finished i; : :J

our work of Preparation for the SPRING: SEASON and ;0WE I r!

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



Mannhattan and Eclipse Shirts, Neckwear, Hosiery, Underwear, Knox Hats, Stetson Hats, '! r

Young's Hats, Hanan Shoes, Crossett Shoes, Douglas Shoes, and Haberdashery in General-; IIf: ;

all the sort that you'll come back again for, if you give them a trial. Come and see us. 1-

We want you to feel that this is your store and to make yourself at home here. !:

Look about as much as you like; try on some of the new things; ask questions ,'

and Compare Prices; purchase when you please. We are here to a !

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;t, Young Hart A New I ISchaffiter Hart Summer i a }:

;1 Schaffiier :::

:] Men's Style. Clothe:a lYade 7v FAVORITE. 71ade'litiJor Mar SUIT STYLE y.:::1: ,o

:- : One of the most successfuland Here is a style that's going to Clothes This season we're going to 1 "
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': popular clothing;: styles for l be immensely popular this season show you "something diflerent" :>j ,

J young men ever designed was /, ; the famous two-button double iu summer two-piece suits; 1I !I
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Hart, Bchaffner: & Marx's origi, breasted sack. The double thing that has style to it; a quarter \
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-Varsity" sack. % breasted coat is certainly gainingin lined outing coat that won't I i

.. / This season's Young Men's favor with smart dressers; "hang like a rag"inside of a couple ;.

style is quite different in cut, but with two instead of three but- of weeks' wear. ;"
nut in its promise of great popular tons, and with that indescribable ,; Hart, Bchalfaer & Marx have :.o:! :

I favor, men who seek ,
among H.8. & M. touch of there'
tyle made a specialty this season of a q.J i
the latent and best style; uor in I I
111r not another suit that i is more nab- full line or these suits--single and '
the excellent quality. The"flare"I I: ;
by for busine;;* or general wear] double-breasted of It: ;
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in the skirts is gone and the front II
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but it's the style all right. If you Worn with fancy vet, which of the H (t?. & M. style, .f./4: I I {
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want to have the right! thing you i we'll be glad to show you in great tailoring and quality.Everything ;:_. t h!.
Hart mast find the H/d.&M. label; : variety, thi. suit will certainly be you need in sum-I I
U other makers may try to imitatethe I very swell. i is here i: ,1
.t mer wear at hand, and at : ,
', 1 1o; style; the label is your clothes ., ,'1
lade I moneY-i1aviugprices. .e
We add to the '.
insurance policy. : 1 .11
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Some of you will remember every business man We hope you're not trying to
wearing the Norfolk coat year wears; a sack suit; it's the regu- get along without a frock coat- I i

'. its; coming into popular lar "staple" style for business k i
; "Prince
ago! J Albert. It is one of the : !
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favor again; better made and wear. The thing that will attract best general ( !
utility garments I'
,4f Jf ever 5 I !
more stylish than ever in its J and please you in these made for men's wear. I I'

former reiirn. Hart, Schatfner& Marx suits i- For church; for all sorts of f.' ,

& Marx knew that they're different from the \q
Hart time .
,.. day functions; and for many ,

,; how to do such things right,when common run of sack suits; there'sa other occasions where you want b; I ff,.j.jJ'

doing them wrong. snap an j style to them which
-') many are to dress up, and may not want to ''

These orfolks have the unmistakable :- makes the wearer distinguished be "full-dresf-ed" the frock's the ,I e'fC. d
H. i S. & M.touch to them;I among other sack suit wearers. thing. -. '.;'

k The quality is best, of course: 'aAs
becoming coat for some
I, 'very Hart Kchaffner & Marx i i 1
f that's what H. S. &M.
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Hart men. Hart Hart make these goods, they'lllastyou .; i:
Schaffiier other Schafliier means-nothIng better;
We have Plfntof goodTailor for
years; we can promise you
Ylar & P1ar Schaffiier'Jailor ,
style; in ;:uit* to show you; and I Tailor* we'll show you the label that fJ Mari I one of th s best clothes-Inveit- I'1 '
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'/ glade all sort *other' n-en'1' wear. made stands for clothes-safetv. *
Clnfhft Clofhes Wade. ments you ever made. s ; J
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We tave plenty of fancy It I

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"Let the COLD DLST tins do >oar work.1 Maundy Money Distributed at West

CD minster Abbey.
New York, March 2S.-The ancient\

f"I ceremony of distributing Maundj

House In State of Great Ex- money was observed in all its ok

.. "Ij world picturesq.neness in Westminster

-j jt" citment. Abbey, says a London dispatch to The

; Tribune. In most details the function

,' was identical with that established: for Infants and Children.

RICHARDSON'S CLEVER COUP the past and confirmed: by unbroker

,. I '" ._,...<'- .'ii ,, Perfect HealthIs custom. Ca..tnria i N a harm*; substitute for Castor Oil, Pare-
I I ,Sixty-one; old men and the gone, Ir n"s and >*NItl+iH' Syrup It i-> l"lt.a..mt. It
\ i J'- He Demands Investigation of the AI! j within the reach of almost! every women contain* neither Opium 5lurpltiue nor other Xareotic
!, The weakness, number corresponding with the age of! sub .
womaa. nervousness >taito. It detrm < Wonii1* and allays Ft'H.ri..h"f',' .
\ i leged Charge That Improper Influ- and irnubi::ty from which so many the sovereign received benefactionsand It cnr- Diarrliu-a a:ul AVind {'ulif'. It relies _, Teeth-

totes Were Brought to Bear In Ad 'women suffer is in ;general due to disease in addition: there were eight!; sur in:: Troubles and ('urt': Constipation. It re uLites the

of the dclica'.e womanly organism. vivurs from Queen Victoria's list Stninacl and UtI\vel)>, si>'ins healthy and natural sleep.
vocacy of Danish Islands: Purchase. When: the disease U cured the: general The distributions amounted to ..rI 1l"s The Children's Paiiaoou-The 3Iother' I'rieud.

I GOLD OUST Washington March 23.-!nvestia- health Doctor is re-esuMished.Perce's Favorite Prescription I I I for tlithoman and :2 5s for The Kind You Have Always BoughBears

t v..Jy" t'e "ce'r cf nSJ dh. waslur It e'1'3 tion Into the charge that certain nenij maies weak women strong and sick each man in lieu of clothing and It

11 j rrtase and >..;>-.. n DttUr ttvrw* use her of the boos and senate and otb- women 10\:11. It promotes regularity, addition a purse containing as man) the Signature of
"I I raea.s wor* G.'.'*.1. we. ar.3 e-.or.omacal. er) men !in high places may have been duo disiirttible i : and enfeebling drains, I pence as the trines years of ae it
I y' '! cry; t, THE N. K FA1PBANX! COUPAOT. heils: ini'i..dr:1aton' : an-1 ulceration anti
Influenced by improper considerations slherpennies, three
Cr. eezo.t &st x: UN- two-peaces,
il) ,, Ksxei: '.' C :,U. fAR: f SOAP in alvoracy of the urr.hase of the J cures female weakness."aen the e pences and four-pences. The recp>
( ai.:as-s are curehealache, backache,
J I' ., Danish West Indies will 1 be had as the! crvouane.S an.; eakness; are cured also. lents afterwards: found many pur

result: of a clever coup engineered by "I sus vrrj wand nervous wore I romratncrd chasers for their Maundy money, cost .
; r1 it EASTER MUSIC AT De ml'fatlcaJtr Richardson in the; taunt Itr Here s Faso"; te Prr.rj of them being Americans.
tscm ant -fM'n: :M-dtcal DI.co'el'abollt a
0, Louse yesterday.For ynr a?" ,...,t-5 :Mr< :M E ETrrrTh In Use For Over 30 Years.
'Oxf r! 1 hour the >
an house Mothers
or more
was '., can 'safely glFoley' ... .......
"LIf'-d :! tn in? months an>! hid taken o-wr rr. : t-r.t a.eet ate -0" e'n
ill ST. MICHAEL'S CHURCH thrown into a Hate of great excitement ,m-:!.,..!)- fr,., a phy>ician an!! thr time butt Honey and Tar to their children for .
as the result of the democratic de- !-m..l t) :ante me fffl l much wor< stomach was so *>a! 'v> my doctor told me). unit opiates other
: or
poisonW.. A. -
i wand for investigation of certain :my ntr.twen in such a state that I would
sun at the lea-5 not*. I felt irritable at a'! D'Alemberte. S. Palafox.
,I' 1 I ;i' TI.fo !lad.--: :.d g+'otlewen 'it th'orct.Petra charts made by Captain Christmas, j time* arc not ible t>>Rio amof my own hour The Star
i oho had some sort of connection with work hart to keep, hfrip alf the time How I.uB Killed Friend; Wounded Self.A't'ra. Laundry
icti will Prof. rM. Otri anl mwlf alone know I wasgrratir
w: rtD j.r
the Danish Jo\'err.meLt( in the early ,
f. ; di""ra";.:! when I commenced ta..itor ; Ore Man 25.-Bf-n Ward
; : CnHwn: e'wp'I.JtIIJJ.jralld; rotiations over these islands. :v >ur medicinetot the fiN Jjott;> vmd to aged/: about :''. years, was shot last
I help me. I took fin !hotte of 'fat'onttPre-
. Ma1-! iu F.at the11 inter a'=rvjce(, of There are suggestions of improper ,cnpt:7n: two of 'Golden Me"* i! Discovery' evening at Gillison's boarding house Biggest Busiest Best !
Influence used; upon some members ofCOIUeilS. '..!*, twj vials ',( DT PI-TC'. ea..ant PelleU !In West port, i:* miles ,
west of this
t rit. :>r ichad'" church are Iii follow ,: 1 can hiehlv: recommend .crtidne to aH
though it is fair to say that vnouffcr as I did I .a
:" rinorA.. Diaz, Mid Lillian Jaco- these allegations: are \"l'ryneral in 'than pierce I'!s now medicine'enjor all owing to L>r. ., terwards killed himself. No reason is

i by R. K. White and C. L. 'imp-ou, the ir character. The particular pointmade Dr. I"ierce'J Sense Medical assigned for th& act except temporar "

.'! violins ; 1.. II. Fairchild, 'doubl* by the Democrats is that thElate Ai: ,.er, ir rs, is sent fne oareceipt insanity. Hoegland was a section bo=* IVe\ Gather L'p Ii Tniu I \ : '
\ department was in possession r rt stamc- to pay on the railroad. Waud will recover.
baJoe liled-ioe: cornet; Tho-. knovledrfe of these Christmas charges e
It, Uixnn-ax,,hone. soprau'i; Robertriptncer when the' purchase treaty was before J... V .o\.1. McKinley Monument Site Granted. rcf.r From all parts: nf-: ... 3

t saxophone, alto, aud Cha?. the senate and the members of that -- - Columbus. 0., March i>.-The senate '", .1 V Our delivery met will l i .
body were not informed of these I BOLD WCJro .F MASKED BANDITS. has
adopted Wirt's ?
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joint :
Hutchiutrombone.. resolution wi.ere, at time tLatl.. .
, charts t*iir.s to throw sui:;estione i any :-
granting the citizens of Colum
r.' .. ., The re uhr choir of rit. Michael's of taint! upon the negotiations: They Invade Hotel and Hold Up the'!' bus the right to occupy sufficient spa Ei Write or telephone u- ai.d w. ,

tg church will render specially In the s'-rr'-t report of Captain! Waiter Clerk and a Drummer. i i, near the High street entrance to the
Christmas: to the Danish govern' rm/ oria. Kans., March 27. I dear to -ene you tttttr t:.a. ,
; -Two \ grounds upon which to erect
fr trained for the occasion the .
entirevocal meat he declared that he had employed i masked men male ''the ,
a bold!
11 attempt to proposed memorial I to the late oti.er Laundry can.
I score with orchestral accompaniment. corrupt means to bring the (- i rob the f. ,
n;gotiai safe of the Hotel Whitley, in President McKinley. The memorial'
Prof. Cjalor.t will pre'i1. duns for the sale of the islands to a I this rity. will cost I:: "!.'000.

' "id" at the or?au and conduct l.i- consummation. The report, extracts They entered the lobby by two dif- j I ALL WORK C. 0. D. Ml
s CallEd f for ttfl Bellff I Ff
'i1. own compoition.'Iherro from; which Mr. Kir hardson read men. !ferent doors and mft.\ leveled their re-1 I] Crack Sprinter Will Go to England. K :::

;rami.aaf'JIIQWi i : tinned the names of At>u McKinley! solvers and compelled Paul Virkf-ry, adfrk i i New York. ;!ar..hArtbur Duffy TELEPHONE. 2T GARDEN ST.

, l Kntree The Orchcitr. and his partner, (Colon! Brown. C. \V ; Jesse Reeves a porter and \V. 1 the crack sprinter of Georgetown unl

i Vedi :\rlU"ILrf: orun Chant,' Knox who was (l -sril>f-d as "an inti F. Sunllivan. a traveling! man to, throw ', vtrtity, will go to England this sum. WALKER INGRAHAM Manager.

I IIJj f j the choir. mate friend of Si; nator Ilanna;" Richard c? their bands A few moments later I 1 mgr to defend the loo.yard championship ,

.I .: I li: eyrie I.ti-In-K: ('L. Chillers; P. 1-\: ar.s. who was said to rf\r Sullivan was ordered to throw his cash \\huh he now holds. Duffy will

i) psi I 1'''!: the choir and orchestra.Gloria E'-nt "Mr.! Gardner and his frh-nds in on the floor and 'promptly complied to ':!i represent: his university while in Eng

'i I '' the tovsP"and two press associations the extent of $',<>. HP and the land and I!' looked upon to hold IK W. B
l in ExcfHiJO'L.: .' porter WRIGHT
Chaff COfflPflJiY
i the names of whit were not given, a!? were then locked up in the cloak honors he has h'-Id in this contest for rI :
I rrd the choir and
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l Laving ben ir.t-r<-ted in the matter. room. two jears.

Credo-K.: ()'L Cli:tlf-r;, the choir Upon thl' basis of this report Mr. Vickery was ordered to open the'' MANriALll-KEK AM tEALFBI.N

; and nrche-tra. Richardson asked the adoption of a safe but convinred the robbers that RAW OR INFLAMED LUr'GS L-=-=- ''

OfrtvryF11,1: et Fliil. Ure ')I Ir'tn resolution for the appoiumpr.t of an he was unable to do so, and he, too Yield rapidly to the 'wonderful LUMBER LATHS

It Chaut ttte. choir luvegtizatine committee of 5 nIl after being relieved of what money he !! curative and healing qualities ofI I 1 A

f-viuctu! --K.: O'L. ClMlfers, the which was done. carried, was: locked in the closet. The ;I I Foley's Honey and Tar. It prevent* LIV.L.J) 'SL'ED CYPRESS S ISGm.El.DmiS:

i3 V choir and orche-tra. Great excitement prevailed during robbers then attempted to break open pneumonia and consumption from a : Sept l:

( ,, the proceedings. the safe, but hard cold settled on the lumV.. _
J finding their
"rwdictu-E.; : O'L. Challtrs. thechoir ; efforts futile A. -.' PEX.-ACOLA. FLA. II
D'Alemberte,121 south;
I i ii departed. There is no dew. .
and orchestra.A i
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; Weavers Strike In Sympathy.Fltdl"ur .
I ;:utH Itil--l': O'L. Chillers '
;, :Mass., March 29.-The:
> j Eurtie, the orche-tra. Mother Mangled; Daughters Hurt. O A S Y O H. X.A. .
entire force of w avers in the Pitch
--- -- Houston. Tex., March :.? ;.-Mrs. Liz Bean', Itt ., A'AaiS 81yt STANDARD IVII1SIEY{
V ; burg worsted mills and the HMD mills :
Chronic Diarrhoea. zit Miller a widow, was killed! and Situatt8! eop h' '
of the American Woolf-n company + #
I' 1 f Mr. C. 1'. Wingfleld.( of Fair Play, struck today in sympathy with: the hf-r daughters, hisses Mary, aged; 19 '" i I in Casts of f 4 Full Quarts, at S3.20 per cm
.i ; Mo., who -ulfernl from chronicdyentery and Carrie aged };. were injur-4, the .
Rhode Ulaud: employes of the combine -- ------ -
--- -
for thirty-flvn yeirsay* first named fatally while on their way
; Ciuiuherlaiu'4 Colic, Cholera audDiarrhoea I btnurile again&t the two loom ejsttmin home last niebt. They were compelledto .-1 lV:1't: di-tll1t-d at tt.. XHI..I t, t
) d,JI in that state. ) ,.' .
Itemeily him !H" v and i- fully uaturtd in w '
cross a street at a grade crossing, fleBet
: good than uuy other medicine 1 1u It"I ;/. U i* abolutly pure and 11..tx'
and in trying to
escape one swit'hingfrl'ilht
had ever \'r II-foil. For nil- l>y a hdrug j How' Hits: : by any Whi-kVv of the! sam .:.
; i-ti anJ medicniH dl alfr train pot dint( tly In the way of V wt.ere rrod'uced. Tl'e
: ;
{ < We otter One Hundred Hollar.-' } : n">'al1"tlI1.1..-
a string of cars h'ing shoved across i old whet bottled
and. idt
ward for any cauf Catarrh that con' 't V
TROLLEY COACHES RUN V/ILD. cannot he cured ty ItallS Catarrh the street. Mrs. Miller was cut into lise quality. Itt.e i cheapest wlipfcf/

-. Cure. fragments. at tl.at price. As u beverage, at t t .-

C" sh Follo\A/s-Fifty Passengers Badly F'. CnKNEV.: Shaken Up. \s4the under-r;:ued. have known $20.000 School Building. And the Best Liquors ca-e- contaiuing u" niarki: wt.atev. :

Chicago, Mai I II :II. Kitty parfSfnKrit F.J. Cheney fr the li-t 1.1:: year-, Decatur, Ala.. March ;:It-catur's of all kinds served by .", ?. If purcba-er uj"ij f-xan, ,:. ,
and Iielieve; him perfectly honorable Polite and CourteoQ i I" i.ot ratl-tled with tl." (1IIal!
wr badly .shalu-n up in a olh- board of edu 'ation 1:15'utl'li: to build tUame
in all J.u- lu'-- truu-actl"iiuii'l Attendant: : at our tipuj-e and in'.
don bctwi'on trains J2:? 't"n sdiool building and 1:
of the South Sldtand I a public .
financially to carry nut any obI -
Mi trul'lIlItaJl'Pllt Si -l" hall. An ,-ttion was ordered to FULL MEASURE AND -l."uld \ .

s", f on the Union ""ll' today. The \\'t: 1' & TIt'.U, the issuance of school) bonds. FINE QUALITY. . pi.-t..tLce nn>u< South Side ears had hlopjM'd" at La- IlrudtTol..d'l; ;, O. Hf-rmici.e lodge Knights of Pjthias : y order. \Ve refer.. Fir-t 'atiV : .

{ Ball! htn-ct staiion. wlu-n a .Mt-tropoli- \\",\ ."IN: <>, KI:> .\Nt> MAKVI: has made final ananp<'m" nts for a$2f' DANNHEI88ER BROS mertnaut; iu I'eLsacola.

t k fan train following it became uniuanimt'ablo. Whole-ale jruri-t i -, T..lei.j| O, :? , Hall'- C'utarrah Cure i-i taken in- AGENTS FtlR THE CELEBRATED
Thti rush sounded like auf'xplm'lon OlIitL bi-l ternallv l_ acting directly the
l+ upon I I. f .
____ Harper Whiste .
and I was heard i for several /tl'x>d lUll in urn tit urfiueof the -- ,

i i Mooks. Th+' motorman who was in -y-tnn. Price TJc.: per bottle r .>Ulbv Cough settled on her lungs. :M ain Hou-e-401 K. Palafox treet.. :5..1:: : l''i..; LTflR, 1'1:" 1.. I l\ 1-1 t.
: char?*' of the runaway roaches had, to all drurift: -. '1'P-tituouial-free. M.v daughter had a terrible cou {;j, R. li. F'xchan:.{e-Opp. Union Depot

t : jump through a window to save him. Hall'- Family 1'ilN are the tiet.t which s-ettled( on her lim;: -," -ayX.. .I i P. O. Box 5-'I. Yen-acola, Fla. 0, BOX Us
Phones llBgttt.ifi.ooo : ll.l.l.PHOM.: IU
. I : gelf troih Icing: caught in (he wreckage. ( ,inns I fU'IMl.Tli Jark-ou'.1 Danville, Ill. "We tried

i He\ n'u'hl'd| the station plattorm < ori;:'::.ii ..t Miililiuu ru..tnm*. itri! u ;great many remedi without relief ..L.r..1.A MAta. ??n
( l, until we have her Fnley's Honey tri ai.dlt .' f .
It just before the cars came toat-tber. Tthe neanie <-f a \'il.' the tl.rh:11: .: \> ; i-- > 1.'i' -- Lf" it.
and Tar which cured her. 1rs. .. .
Hcfu bulk
{ t One end of the le.ir roach of the of itlll >li.rrl.. 10 -ub-titute-. \V. A. D'Alemberte.: e Awarded at Parl are way or b dowi ttlfw. :: oie fJle! I rtu.i a1: in 1< M-t.ai:'

: South Side train wt'l' d'>lished and U.IM.1 |Hrnniil iuten-t fur the! pulho. -uuth Palafoxtreet..

It V ti the passengers were hurled from Hut htriis I a II.-TX' atul 1 cliMrrnlisli'Uenil .: AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER. .

'. tlu-ir Heat and covered with flying to account for tinthrowing! uf .

Klass. Man>' wire MI! au 1 brniscd cur at the Bo-ins: bride and ImUei.TO"'H. TURKEY MOBILIZING TROOPS. QUINALAROCHEWINE )

but cone biTI'illllij'in!: d I. .
, F r .. Tin1: cii<.u>nj. It sweni!'. !i'4 Cbin.-"... .tftltnntiS Government Calls to the Colors 90.0X WOOD AND COAL.
k > This Will Interest Man.
I .1 i Irregulars.
i' 1 : !O..ft''r'r aa11.1) f; 111 1.:11111'J"II..IIS : CORDIAL
1; 't 1 To quickly introduce 11lloUnie K. H. of fir /.nrer.-f arMlitT Constantinople.! March .'.--The
Mirivrr Highest recommenditions for cuff of Poorness WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LARUKIl
? 1 \i ( 111.ID.! Halm} the ialUou ,' :woman, a mi. funrrit'III"I {.ian to'Itstrny Turkish government has dcl\ t \ i 1 call to the colors ''' ooit I'JF, In.reives the irpewe, Mreng'heni THIS WINTER
; .' Southern; blond cure, into new II,T. b<' j jrsusnl! tl lur panntNto Irregular/ the nerves and buiids up the entire lystera. THAN EVER: BEFORE:
4 homes, we will! etidlb..nlulely free 1..I.w her upon his Mippo.tl[ H'HTin troops in batches of 4"' battalionseach '
;;: 10.<.i 1 trial tr<*atiii"tit-.. liotJiiicI'.l.x crafty Chan rho-c tl.i most un- j batch a':;;yrtgataig; about ;2'.n"%( 22 rnf Dr.mtPARIS SEND US YOUR ORDERS NOW.
eF I! d I'.alin' H. It. B.) quickly cures
h uhdey fur tlu n'tldine: the day K. feucrra t Co.
11 I old! ulcer scrofula: eczetiu, itching men.This
i w lu'n the "iloiilcii; "i'beawint"! wns in mobilization is ostensibly for .%g ata, .t. Thompson Olsen '
it 1 kin and blood humor, c.iucer:. Pat: & Co.
C yti; t II I } I injr; feiterin.'corei: bolls,carbuncle-i, tin- t+-" "nd.tnt, wi that when tin- bride the annual maneuvers but in view of ,

; t ;' ,J i jiimph'sorotr-'n-ivf; fruptions, pain. ,iitt-rcil tinml chair tin1 !spirit bird the conditions in Macedonia! consid '- Manresa Street Telephone

.1 141 i i u bones wr joint-, rhuuuiitism, ca would: ilfstroy b. r with his i'.iwrfu! traMf significance: Is attached to the 147.

tarrh, or blood orkin trlubl"1' l Laurels
I ) any laK. Hut I'l-acti r.lo- .om ;::1 n' dn'r
n ( ISoUnic Blood Halm i i It. li. H. heal lions t., bailrice thrown out at tin- mUYrLtnt------ Again !
every sore or pimple, makethe lour. and pinpa"s.sl out unharmed A Deep Mystery. ,
I blood pure and rich and tops. all I A.M..A.very5LtCES'Ok: :
while the f-j'irit bird was devouring it. .
and Botanic
ache pain Blood It is a tn'stE'fwhv women endure AWaGlo
lUhndi. U. n.! thoroughly tested Backache:Headache Nervousness: '

t for :31)i years hi hospital and private Hheumati-m wa so bad that Sleepleine*, Melancholy, Fainting TO
I' "f practice, and has cured ttiousaudi of Jatne-;. In'ln.f Savannah, could and Dizzy :SpelU; when thousands I I.W.HARPERKENTUCKY AVI.RY: & UOL f LK; "

casMgiven up as hO'I'I.( ."-. Sold at hardly walk from pain in hi; shoul have proved that Electric Bitters IMPORTER AND JOBBER -
drug !store., ill'r larjjH bottle. For der and joints of his legs;; 1'. P. P. will quickly cure such troubles "I OFHARDWARE.
J 1 free treatment write to 'lUood ISalmCo. Prickly A"h. Poke Ro and Pota- uflered for years with kidney

., Atlanta, li.i. Medicine sent at slum; wa-te-ortedto, and Irvin is trouble," writes Mrs. Phebe Cherley, WHISKEY
once, prepaid. Pe.-cribe. trouble and well aud happy. of Peterson, Ia., "and a lame back .
tit fr..eUpdlcal advive given liotauic pained me "o I could not drl' gs
; j ri'0l Kahn ( H. B. H.) gives life, He who I"i feeling mi-erable, ?afferin self, but Electric Bitters wholly Iron, Nail, Axe, Shovel, t5aw111\
f ijror, and strength to the blood. The ? with DypepMa and Indiges cured me, and although l Huppli..., Cookiaarand and f' tfarr.h"lit
tion and often yearsold 1Mo1. Heating Move*, Paint
fliieet JUood tl1aJ Hotauicnlold with dizzine- I
pUrifier : now am able to do all my Window Glass, Onns, Pistols;
B.1m iH. H. It.) gives a would do well to take I'. 1'. P. at Constipation Fishing; Tackle.

healthy l'-l v>d .supply to the skin and once.lot and P. I'Pota-Mum. P. i Prickly, Ash, Poke improve Appetite, gives' Soli by Dannheiuer Bros. Agate and Tinware and Uoiiscfuriiislilii (
; 1 entire Y8tew.I will cure youaud perfect health. Only oOc at W. A, ; :0011-+.
I ------ --- arrest the di-ea-e !in its: in
ir- U'Alemberte's AOEN.SFOR
drug store 121 "
'()' i 1 Elegant china closets, iency. fox street. i' ORT BARRANCAS, Fla., March ROLLING MILL COMPANY'Revere 1
Terrible blood I 26, 1au- .Sealed proposal, in Giant Htitched
: poison, body Belting Northampton
x sideboards and leather- I Em.ry
triplicate, will be received Wheel Co.
with sore*, and two bottles of P until L.ftin 4 Hand Powder Co. Johnson's Kaf.
I P. Do you want a magnificent ;'i 11:30: a. m., April 15, 19\ 1 seat chairs at ..MarstonQuina's' $ P. (Prickly Ah, Poke Root and watch :' constructing King and Buck Stove and King*, Wm
; Potassium) cureJ the di-ease mak for little money? If so, call on Ordnance Repair Hhop, CouPs tit CO1i Haw Hide Lace Leather
; Low prices; easy \ ing; the patient lively as: a tea-yeat- Stephens, the jeweler. He will accommodate Fort Pickens, Fla. U.S. reserves M.iiii\ Colors. Masury.
payments. old. you. I, right to reject or accept any or all
i proposals or any part thereof. In.1 I Masonic Temple
.S-1'-ORlA. ;
: : O LSTOniA.B : I formation furnished on application.I Pensacola, Fla.
jr.th. the Kind You Rare Hw3rsBcsgt! The finest line of I Envelope ,
I umbrellas in the tn the )to' KJHl ti'j Ran Eeals tejM I I'J I containing proposals -
w. city is at J. I. Stephens' 'should be marked V /
i Oo lookat "Proposals for _
8i ssvg 92/1 ,ft V* rutu.I. ea bo. of tu
;i them. ? !. I Construction," addressed W. E. Uutive "ny re1iu
I .Or' I Bromo-Ouinioe
i r COLE, Q. M. Stfmcfa4tdl2a2:::: r9: v rthe <
_n.11M CBiV.fl A tIN ftM flAA.W.

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It 'u Said McSweeney-- Will Carolina.Not Per I Chinee, Hindu, Japanee, Attorney 3ays His Charge Is Out ,

Contest In South I !
It in # C.. March 2S.Pro Blackman, Whiteman, Redmanall rageous. r
"t New York. March 28.-Carl Fischer j

', :' t1.1'OUt! between Fitzslm11 are busy eating at Hansen of this who
j, j jv i propose to have th: away I city, was attorneyfor The Greatest Throat and Lung Remedy
I; ,:>',. -a '.. parr! at the exposition the world's food supply- Christmas the representative If
"t' of the Danish government, in the j
.. .. II!.' re a great arena will.bt times .
*' '\i.s tor which have alreadycoir. every day-three a day. overtures for the purchase of the Danish i '.

t I West Indian Islands in 19 Every man woman and childis t
I". : J ;'. uncertainty here attuV indignant at the conduct of his client 0 DR. C. J. BISHOP of Agnew, Mich., eaysI

authorl entitled to a share. I fhown in his secret report to the Dan have need FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR In three very 1
"' f the state
!matt r. and it Is repotted Are you getting yours ? : Ish ministry lately published." seven cues of Pneumonia with good regulu In every cue." :

"Ordinarily legal etiquette, said he,
i- Sweeney not Does it do you good ? : "would prevent my speaking; but this' ,
',ti ,t to take place in the
'- nr>' being made tc I If not, you are losing flesh report is o defamatory and outrageous -:
i that I feel Justified in washingmy
1 :tii :'titles and there is CURES
and need Scott's Emulsion. hands of the whole affair." Prevents
[ :r I \h, found possible tc ,
j Mr. Fischer-Hansen described the i
'..t.FLCCn i Much rich food-in little space
: I course of the Danish report as it appeared -'
DAMAGE $1,000,00av -with I strengthening media'canethat's to him.ChriFtmas FOLK'SHONEY o

: Scott Emulsion! undertook according tc I rya

I Mr. Fischer-Hansen. to start the sale ,

.. ', '- .Worst in Mississippi Is Over. Subsiding. It provides an easy way to get : of the islands for the Horring minis : Pneumoniaand Coughs

I tryAs far back as I860 the sale had |
'.' :Ma nil ::!S.-The ScimiM properly fed. j
I i been almost consummated but at the
'. I."<.. special says: i
.i!. slowly receding and When disease, or weakness, i last moment this government had I
drawn back. Thus Denmark could''
.. it.big flood is over or worry cause loss of flesh
not make overtures or do more than I 1
.11 the state is partly Croup
take Scott's Emulsion. It suggest that overtures would he ac Consumption
am line of the Illinois I II

". it Ja<.kson Is still tiedr.nlr.e j feeds and strengthens till one ceptable. This Christmas did the'Heconducted '
Secretary White, of
.. I Bronchitis
n Alabama to t'Orleans and Vic'kg- I can eat anything and enjoy it. i! American embassy at London to Co1penhagen. : _
"At that point" said Mr. i
.,-., tied up by the over !: It restores: the flesh of young
J'lscher-Hansen, "his! services ended.! Pneumonia
refc.. Five milts ol I Always gives
: Ii i i and old. |: Thp negotiations!: from thereon were'j
'.1 at- r.
: carried forward the American
by min j
,. r.>. crops, fences out I end lor Free Sample. I
aster in Denmark and the Danish min great Pleurisy t
!-i the central part ol SCOTT & tOWNI:, Chemists 4 V Pearl St., N.Y.
0 I aster at Washington."The ,
'ui.ly: : I Ftimated at :;
1'1 i i Herring; ministry going out ol ,
WED AT RAILROAD SPEED. existence in a fpw months was sue comfort and

I seeded by the Senested ministry to r

I'I--!: yield quickly to Unusual Ceremony Occurs on Train of which Christmas made his secret report Hoarseness
i ciiru'ive qualities of relief in AND ,
\ I Southern Pacific Road. setting forth the allied ohl /a.
:. -.- rid Tar. There is't
j.t i, good.V.. A. I Galvc-Fton. Tev. March 27.-I at tions! he was under to ,'ariousmeri, I

.:1 l :South l'.lllfoxi o evening a very unusual marriage: oT- : cans. advanced Whooping t

curred on board the Southern Pacific .I "This! report was evidently made.:

I paid the lawyer, "with the belief! that
train while
passenger it was going;

I'.r'''ur liiiwHnllli ('a.carete.oncnpauon I full SI't''IIwar the Louisiana lino. it could never see the light of day stages Cough

fore I er. But its publication has shown its all
I The, contracting parties were J. F.
.' ,1ru: tstsrefit moanv '
: ) of : surdity. I am quite sure that Christmas
Matthews Vinton. I.a. and Miss and all
I saw the men he mentions of
'Willie i Bookham. of Tike county J.i. 0
I I I and I believe, the report was made .V'' M
Kev. W. M. Perkins, of Dlerly. La.. ,
I 1 the purpose' of personal gains
Early performed the m-mon.v. Asthma TAR Throat and

The bride! came from Georgia to i
meet the man of her ('lioi< e and expected Suspected Arrested.
I 0 South McAlester, I. T.. March S-
to meet him.at Burton. La. Instead and Lung
i John Fisher John Logan and Frank
he and a party of his friends

I met the train at Lake Charles La. Jones negroes have been arrested onsuspicion Troubles''
of being connected with theo
Hi" '. Mr. Perkins accompanied the Consumption
o robbery and murder of Peter h'fthe
. Spring party and asked the young couple to
aged butcher whose body was found
stand up in the rear end of the chair
In the ruins of his burned shop last
car, where the ceremony was performed : I
in the presence of their friends and Sunday. A watch Identified by Ivey'g CONTAINS NO OPIATES. If

son as belonging to the dead man was
fellow passengers, all of whom entered
found in Loean's possession. f
heartily Into the spirit of the oc I .

I BargainsBraweft. casion. Could Not Breathe. Stops the cough heals the lungs and

SII'and Cnnrrr.An Coughs, colds croup, grip bronI ,
eminent iTidoii advances
physician -
i chitin, other throat and lung troubles ,
i j the theory that excess of sat: I
: are quickly cured by One Minute r
Is one of the four factors which ratiM1cnietr.
One Minute
Cough Cure. CoughCure PNEUMONIA.
It is essential! l lint Is hwpera- : i? not a mere expectorant prevents

l.ve without one or two others. Lscevs 'which gives only temporary relief.It .

nf salt may arise from to. much softens and liquifies the mucous

....'.11. lie considers that other factors draws out the intlamation and removes .t

;,ou-niourislinient, an impure condit the cause of the disease. Absolutely -

"ii cf the liody resulting, o\vin;: to safe. Acts at once. "One
Minute Cough Cure will do all that t4W.
and noiio\iditic of f".1.
1' i.Miiuse is claimed for it," Justice of
>.. .. !" 'al irritant or stimulant, such o trie Peace J. .
.. from the stem of a pier or ,
I : 0 V': >!i wife could not get her breath

.1'1'1111.fl'OlII; ; some micro ,oriaiii-m 'and was relived by the first doe I|,

) i .u I-AJLJ ii'd LJW must: always I! IK present. Cancer isM'liioin : It has been a benefit to all iny ruggist and Apothecary. 121 South Palafbx Street.

Har ls' John
serll illlion Lt Jewesses, l >s .ililytroii family. Pharmacy

.\.i. \\--l.111.: M \- I 44-inch .. the ilitlerence um. '' of diet SIVI;:,'S.f.n Sheppardaidney Kahn.

I '., i.J. < 'r":'''n. th and HIM. far :i<: I is known. are eveuiiit from I Ii ,

I I. it ....f \.&r
I I:1: \\,''l Mlk f h.i-'ifd/ }">inch domestic animals except the pis, arefiil.jeit I I

k H,'nrietta. t.- .. .j and :1. '.j touicfr, and salt is given tsl.eei <> Chicago Houses Purchase 6000.000 of CHRIST CHURCH CHOIRA I I F 1 1E 1I.

I | euws and horses but never to Mexican Government Securities.
, I it ::7 '. I
;. _ Chicago. March US.! -Two Chicago T
I1t>; __
> WoO.j! FII"Twill I'o-incil "nr;:". bond houses have purchased $'i.)niiMift ,- concert will! be given at Clutter's | ROYAL

i I k Hi I !ii.rf! ,i.. the DANGERS OF PNEUMONIA.A j
: <
i- ju ( of the, Mexican government redeemable ,
Music hall Tuesday, April 1, for the I I.
: r I r i-t.r t'i'tliInc.eic .uul cold at this time if neglected U international :5 per cent benefit of Christ "hurch choir. Refreshments ( ''WORCESTER "

: liable to can*e pneumonia which H bonds of the fourth series This is :
i and dancing after the
I rd.trip"1Ctprn i -o often fatal and even when the said to be the largest foreign bond .

J : 1'oJ"r n':,!ly, .uiubl" f..r patient h.is: recovered the lunjjs arewt'akenl'd. deal ever handled by local firms. The concert. Tickets; cent The fol. a f CORSETS ,
making them peculiarly dollars, : lowing program will be rendered : J
bonds payable in Mexican
t 0..7... le. are .
;jr i at lc yard. -u-ceptiblfe to the velopment of Chorus.
j A 'rint I pure Slick consumption., Foley's Honey and but the principal and semi-annual interests I ,
Duette Mr. Dorr and Miss White. I'tl
and are payable at New York. It I -
I. .', r'hlt':11"c: Tirwill stop the eolith, heal ;
nreimhen the luugs and prevent Is stated that this is the first time a Piano Solo! -MUs Covington. i i iIt

pneumonia.V.. A. D'Alemberte, Mexican issue has been made payable Solo-Mi.. Mollie Brent. It t

.' .:.t..J pure) P.hek 121 :South Palafox street.I In this country. Applications will be Duette-Me;:,rs. Garfield and H. / ,J,
,utlityatciepert' Know One !!'nre T!.>ine.lyf '' made to list the issue on the New Anderson.Intermiiioii.. ; f BEAUTY fl 'f

.r an oUtiiiale Cold. lui luuuii Li Pyuj-Bul--iia York Stock Exchange. IS ONLY SKIN DEEP AND GOOD '

t ,. iilk- in -'IJliJ' ;. I n, ruiiinic.Then :. The entire fourth series of these Piano 'Jlo-\li-s Leonard. (ry l I 4 DRESS IS CULT CORSE T DC f.f (f'I "3

t" t!+ "bonds $:i0.non.iMMt/ ant the amount **>
'i" 1(0 at c. was
i" no doubt that certain tries halo-Mr. Halcott Ander"on. T Zfcl> Therefore a woman should wear only I ,

t t'I I >*MC' km tl' ;;:n at nrf beet a.lapte.1\ to different seasons, now taken by these Chicago houses is Solo-Miss Maclay. // f'r' perfect-fitting corsets. You can get the i i

'..k rN'riz..j M I tira.:, times of d.iy and conditions of \\ eathT. : all that was left unissued.moneyfor The publictmprovements bonds Male'luartttte-\Ie"r,.. Garfield s : : STRAIGHT FRONT g : : ; t
sold to provide
lid Colorand: tie.s of different names are :
l"lt a ilo/.eti Bushnell and Anderson

kind. at. lie pr j!.I I meats will fully. An answer angler'Hies all of rc-eiiil.le these ie<|nutliiiiC Uin-- !,! docks and the,extension such as the of railroads.building of I Anderson Chorus- Royai Worcester corsets .:E F i iI iat

.i -..1 I-liuJ Percale, ; when -axt uiH.n the water. They Foley's Kidney: Cure makes the ,
0 o onu-thins which attractsthe KILLS WOMAN IN QUARREL. kidneys and bladder right. Contains I
simply a
are i
,'i.tlity. at !0c.
trout Color 1'fls ni.n-e allurementthan nothing injurious.V.. A. D'Alem- the same price you have been paving for !
vl'r| in wiJPA South Palafox street.
yard- : berte, 121
forut.uul as there are not ioUmal'l' Cincinnati Real Estate Dealer Murders ones,and why not have the best? Ask jour dealer. I
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!i .1.! at 5e yard Anna Baker.
..l..rs there is im list- for mtayThe Mrs.
i .mind 1'iq-io) iu i fies.' c :general rule is for light: flies I I Cincinnati. March :S.-('. II. IVndle-.I O.A.BTORJA: : Royal Worcester Corset Co. j
ib8 KIt9 Yoa Hate llaats Boa IISgnatue
tlity. at t' 'tc yard. on dark! days and I
t. Pint-, 2.JC itlMd., Ii-'ht days. Buts are more to !I..' ,'I the (han( of murder. He shot and : WORCESTER. MASS. f. ;i.il i.

I' .\ lane trout walll.III: : i Mrs.Anna: lak-r. w il
.ult", 35c and 4'tlC j /:
I It" thing worth his makiim: auPort to sociiie. 1 The I-l'tips live on adjoining lots A GIBSON CALENDAR 1

It is tIllllltll..s true that nn arbitrary in the east end of the cit> They,
i I II
1 for I Tie-, p( tint ENTERTAINMENT
lie madeup i
cast of Iii cannnt have had quarrels about a diviiMon
i ., -ties 2 to N heel I l to all waters. the I
quarrel was
I which Uad.ipte fence. This morning I Everybody a right to a little $:':-::>. If\( I ": 1.\1'\: ( IU 't ::: :
': I, carried I over from -- ----- renewed and Pendleton shot the worn The Junior Guild of Christ church piece of this earth. Hut they must .

.,,,1. Wed! :It t:!.::;. (',,'''rrh. I I an dead. Her husban.l. a onearmedman. will give a Gibson Calendar: enter- fight for it. They mun watch their The prettiest launch i. tIe Itarlnn i.
I I Launch.
who '.l It j,rt to ontarrhnl tainment at Clutter's: :Music Hall on 16 foot nnM P., seats nix,
,: 'ut11.tf.! I 1"'Ol'h'! are ran to her rescue too late. Pen- I chance to get it, and get it. fi.t. :
'1"'l'lalll.l! to l-e partic- 1 the evening of Aprils, with music, run! very The H"clu" Launch : ,
Hack: and Full Seam-: ftiJmcnts hate their feet eoxerin::. I dleton fired three shots ineffectually at .. dancing and refreshments. Tickets Thos. C. Watson & Co. I is the on* adopted by th" I auAmericau ; f
ul.ir in recant to i' the nvolver -
01 him. when Haker wrf-ncheil I'xpo.ltiou in Butfalo because
-' the loc rued', at feet.ire" 50 cents. Remember the date.
They h..uWI' to it that their from him and would have shot --- have some; particularly fine bargainsto i they are the brit more reliable than

eomfortalily clad their !'hll's 1 him if there had been another load in Having a Run on Chamberlain's Cough 0 offer just now, and they invite any other; they are simple, t-ta-
!:1.lck! aad Full :Seam- should! have sul.stantial soles and held Pendle Remedy. you to come and investigate same. worthy cafe, and full guarantee
pain.e 1 the 15c and :'tl ic should come well up the ankles and I the weapon. You will never regret having done Lippmnu Brothers, havunnah, la.,
until officers took him in arrest. Between the hours of eleven
i .... He. not |be lacd or l.uttotied tisht. Light; ton -- I 110. are agents from the manufacturer,

1 It !..lhlr"'I1'Fl..t: Blackii.ile.4 0 1 o merino stiH-kimrs! or half hose: may lie o'clock a. m. and closing time at - ----- and carry a stock of the..( boat at all t.1

suihcient for warmth, but w ht'never by o night on Jan. Moth, 1901 A. F. Clark times ; sizes: 18 ft.. 21 ft., 21 ft., fill

Jio-e. 10c grade ;i reason "if much exercise the feet Ita'eIIK'.m. IN SPRING TIME. rnggit, Glade :Oprinrs'a.; ., sold James Hughes. hand to be shipped at a inomrnl't :
if till welve bottles of Chamberlain's notice trial given to any one wiIltJ- !
I I damp, and especially ,
t 1"IIIlreu'* Fat hack fet'linzO Cough Remedy. He : "I never ing purchase
it is wise for that tired says
leather has alts..rl.11"1 When have
,1..1..," Ho-e. alto color*. stockingsand you and leeple i is a handled a medicine that !sold better FOUNDRY IJI"I' .US BKIHIIIKRS, l
i i a change to be made in both ; and are nervous I mlltf Savannah, Ua. ,
ofHotester's or better satisfaction to
-'ruJ.thi-> --ale lie. I liho'.,. good time to take a few doe gave my .
Bitters It is customers.; ." This Remedy has beenin : ,
Stomach Machine !
\ nuilhiiHand general ue in Virginia for many Shop & Boiler Jiubberhose, all size, at i!
llnrdnnrklnic Farmer. idealpiinjr

f I.H you to cut thi- "I The used to think that nil farmerswere '.I an Mood I'iiriti('r, and will malaria cure (!>or*- acquainted year, and the with people its excellent there are quali well! Works I! the Willis Hardwire. CO.'H.ANTALMD1 I i iI

:1 i :.: it with you and ot'rw..rJ.unl1l" I went to the ; )l4'p..ia.snxl imlitffli kidney?n.trouliloTrj. ties. :\Ianyof them have testified I II I I

county fair. liter the o to the remarkable cures which it has I I
vition about get- ".\IIJ what did you see tllt're't' i it. Our privale.LaIlll|) effected. When you need a good, No 801 S. Palafox Street i iTltesntinyCapeulcsaesunt'rior

I- r. ab.\ve price "'f1It. bad chairs covered with 01.II"tal' .\ neck of tne bottle. reliable medicine for a cough or cold I {

stamps and lace crosses cutout I or attack of the grip, use Chamberlaln's PEN3ACOLA A. I ..
.r 1"-gal5aleE : ". ; tO iltlMOl tif<< Opit*, I
HOSTETTEE'Sj Cough Remedy and are
of jivrforatcd cardboard, and onewoman you
had a quilt with 5,....} pieces in 1 I certain to be more than pleased with SawMill Work and Repairing CrbcU and Iuj<. j ,
TVj In t thewitlM.it 81
E f" 1 Brawner t the quick cure which it affords For cure 48 xin
: it. Media tell me people like that are I '
sale by all druggists and medicine carrot dlYIAH -" |
I overworked unless u is from choice' j I Bitters I :dealers. a Specialty. .t.V',If. VH 0 RV 111 I I j t

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I A Grateful Mother Writes About I THE BEACH

; ; PERSONALS the Rescue of Her Child.Paine's .
f I F. Pfeiffer, one of Pensa-

1 1I H E Mobile
i. cola's most prominent citizens, diedat

: I !I his home on East Intendencia team will arrive I
i Police Officer Barter I is suffering I C
I Celery street at 9 o'clock last night. tonight at
'. ;, from a carbuncle on bis neck. I
Louis J. Baya of Jacksonville was Mr. Pfeiffer was born in Germany 9 o'clock, and Wo tlu..t Rest.tied ..onu HcaiitUCreation

in 1546. He had been resident of will immediately
I. among; the arrivals at the Escambialast Compound a in ," ,< .* ,<* ," ,4 .>4
I ,j night. this city about thirty years and by I go:\ to Hotel -

:, :i. G. French, Jr., of Laurel Hill, industry and business ability had f, Escambia I

was among last night's arrivals at Triumphed After the Fail : acquired a competency.At where they will !

Merchants.G. ,/
the ures of Physicians.Mrs. the time of his death ,lie was .->C rest for the SOFT
: F. Fletcher of the Seaboard Air '
I I i I one of the directors of the Citizens night to be ready for the greatest
'" Line is among the guests at the Tallman, of 191 Redmond rjt., '
National Bank and president of the game of the seison tomorrow at Pal '
Merchants today. New Brunswick, N. J., grateful for

1 Chas. E. Roth and wife of Cincin the rescue of her little boy from suf- Concordia Social Club. metto Beach.
for baby's feet. There are lace, button and four u wi! :. bias
I'' '! nati are among the recent arrivals i fering and death, writes follows: : He is survived by a devoted wife As has been stated herein lately, straps >

'I! at the Escambia. I I "I have used Paine' Celery Compound and seven children, four sons and the last appearance of Leever and I pink, chocolate and black. A prettier :H*
I" Geo. W. Harris, a prominent for our little boy. He had ,, three daughters Chris Pfeiffer Moore will in all probability be tomorrow i Sizes 0 to 4. Price

: knight of the grip was among last been under the doctor's care for five j i Emil J. Pfeiffer, Henry J. Pfeiffer, and each of them will bt'l
night's arrivals at the Escambia. months, but did not seem to get I
l much better. The physician said !! Geo. C. Pfeiffer, Mrs. Joseph Ar- glad to welcome their friends at the i
and Miss Dot Stout
\ s1( Philip the child had spinal trouble. He Is' bona, Miss Eva L. Pfeiffer and Miss game tomorrow.
IL Ii ; rrt irked to their home at Fort 1 three years old and was obliged to :
1 My.r... Fla., this morning. i i creep on his hands and knees and Lena A. Pfeitfer. Manager Leever is more confident

Hon. J. I-d. O'Brien returned last : was too weak to sit up long at a time. I The Concordia Club, of which deceased than ever that the local team will
We bought a bottle of Paine's Celery I
night from Washington;: and attended :, Compound, and before it was half was president, will attend come out on top in tomorrow's contest i I PAIR.

. I the reception to Governor Jennings | gone, we saw a big change in the the obsequies in a body, and they aud promises all a grand exhi

, 1 boy. He is now real fat and strong i I ._.. . ..,.
r and can walk all around the house, have ordered a beautiful floral bition of the national game. --- -

''I I; Senator Fred T. Myers of Tallahassee and has red plump cheeks. Paine' I,! tribute. The dummy trains will maintain !
U Mill in the city and was Celery Compound cured him."
prominent among the prominent In the face of such testimony, who The funeral will take place from an hourly schedule in the afternoon MEYER SHOE CO.
f men at the reception to the governor can deny the fact that Paine's Celery I! the German Lutheran church at 4 p. and for the benefit of local admirers ,
1 Compound restore* to strength, '
'i hit ni ht.I'i vigor aud new life? Hundreds of Monday.: The cortege will leave will run a special train at 2:30 p. m.

I \V. W. Taylor, wife and Mi+*e* such letters! as Mr=.Tollman's are on the residence at 3::>0p. in. Inter- This will make it urgeut that the Feel FuriiMiiT. for 4,u..h Oiilj
file for the inspection of doubters. ment in Michael's cemetery.
I Elizabeth and Margaret Taylor of When your children are weak run ---------- Barrancas patrons will have to come

I'i Li l"ro'i., are among: the-recent down, nervous, fretful, despondent! TO CURE A COLD IN TWO DAYS i up to the grounds; on the train Leaving 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET. 1
hive: loss of slow circula-
am v tU at the E-caiubia. appetite I mauve Bromo Quinine removes the
i i tion of blood them Paine ,,' Barrancas at 2 o'clock.
! ;give Cel- cause. f; W.liro\ !! signature on every
t jn. Mrs. J.V.. Powell, wife of the ery Compound for a week or two, box; Price' 25; cents.Paxson -- -- .
..va\l t-li..t. who ha- a sweet soprano and note well the cheering; result in

1 t voice willing at the service* at the returning: {; health and vigor.Ve : SMALL WIRE DOES IIIflIfIIffflfflIrEaster
I (Jaildentreet Methodist church to- i strongly urge the immediate use of & Hall'sTransfer. /
, the great medicine for all sickly and
. i 1 morrow. 1 I weak boys and girls. BIG DAMAGE

i 11J \Vm. -rriwether l left Thursday
1\ While there he will'' ; "J p True to name and color. -- i
; for MernphK iII..WII 1Tis Nothiug can equal them.U1OTES SoA'I'o
t\j; I b.. the Kuet of Mr. Lew Isdale, a During the brief blow last night a Offerings

)' prominent merchant that city and E l'EtL\!, ATTENTION: : I small electric light wire was blown
of Mrs. Peter Hell of this 4
; & brother :
t the truck
the wire
/. GIVEN TO across connecting II(

: city. homes and burned out the indica-

CiovertuT Jenning la-t: night exprr.ed } ; Baggage and Hauling. tors in every truck house.; ( *
I his sincere appreciation off I L. FRIEDMAN &PVQ
the honor done him by the EicambU : 'I L The city electrician was immedi- ..
..._._-___._" Machinery, :Safe, Pianos and
: I Kirt.-. and re'lul'| ted that hi* '-" Furniture Moved Promptly at ately notified of the fact, but a* he >a

jl fl'. I thnnki f->r their court- after April 1. will be in the
'1 rijin at the truin be extended to the
I ...1 H T-CI.A"oi... the pneumatic call system lit
Thiesen .
i; :; u.en of the compny.i : building.The
< will remain In the crippled condition III
i I Mayor: Thomas Watts of Chipley. : Pensacola chapter Daughters Livery Feed and | ,'It..t. m-rhcil a llaiuNunir Line of I'oul.nd
who ha. been in the city for several !,'of the Confederacy, will meet for at least a week. :NiH.,. at _. .-.. ilt.1 ..

, day", received ame.agela-t night, :' Wednesday at 11 a. tug at the ctlice The trucks will have to await the :sll !.:"lit..' alkinskirt. : .In..l I lY..i ilcd. Yfjlrttllt
t': ibfornuni him that hn! baby was i I' of Supt. X. U. Cock. I Sale Stables.Corner fire alarms by the striking of the ...... .... .. . . . . . .. .. .. .'..t I.. :oS'" .

tangf-rou-ly ill and iuitiiig hi* tower bell, hence they cannot respond -i I "a I'iel't.. I)1'e.. (iillJhalll"1>,'11, Io., toT
immediate; Mr. Watt left : Governor Jennings;: wa: the recipient Zarragossa and Jefferson Streets, with their usual: alacrity. i gt, at ... .. ..... ... . . .. .. . .... .. ..' .furl III
pre-ence. yesterday afternoon of a beautiful : O Lailii ia-trr -. ...
!, Opposite Plaa. Telephone 251. -- ---- : .ill.hi.: A\ai-tv \\tlr.h .
on tho'c1t'd.. train this morning.The bouquet of fragrant Mowers, sent NAVAL 8TOUUS MA1tKKT.Reported Si'. fur. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. ,. .. .. 1'4 1..iU ..:
-uloi'H fur th" grand mass: In t.> his room by :\Yr-. Jacob Sheets of -
Dally for Tbe News by : ..:
F, compo-eil by Professor E. O'L. I Ligonier, lud., who is a guest at HARRY HALLflARK. Union Naval Stores Co.
'batlcrwhich will be sung at :;t. I Hotel E.-caiubia.: R08I2I. i t "l'rettie-t aI w..U ao tI.jo C' 'il\.. t ..

:Michael'church: Ka-tcr: morning I :Manager Transfer Iiepartraent. WW ........._. Wxi H.... ... ... .f I :50WQ II Millinery. Hut[ intLCity a+ tlVri1ict' .
follow Ml I*. Mamie Eman- 1 \Ie'rs.! Vidal & Smith will open | .. ._. .. ... 8 *> U ". ...... ... 1 41S of all at our or-etiing, 1'1! ur-day
*rll. a their bowling allIond.1v, March I -. -- _..... ....... _.325 F.... ._.... .. 110 III
a -l, soprano: Mrs. 11..11. contralto\ ; j I .- -- --::=--:-"':- :-- :- --:::--: -::- f : M.- 2-M E. .. ..... ... -- 1 : } Let Us Trim Your Easter Mat for
Mr. Cre-ap.' : tenor, and Me*rs. Hay 31st, at No. 11 We-t luteiidencia K.. .. .............. 2 4.1 n.... _... ..... I : lI You. AWe
; :anJVtber, ba--o. Change of Address.: _... ........ ._ 1 73 C: A below...... 1 ill
street A match game between two ...
l'trr..ct.1tlfaet .
,..(f SPIRITS TURPISTIKI-5-. you ( i
'rh.. "!,incing season will be nJlf'Uf-d teams of local talent will be a fea- ..
'1otid.IV uisht at thn armory: hall by | ture. The public is cordially in- DR. C. RAY MITCHELLDENTIST.
; =KlTHLIi the captain owners
I the CIiplry! i Light Infantry, who vited. L nor consignees: of the ..
willtrivx their anuutl Ka: -ter b tll. o a Upan /.ortzlrak Katwlllbe
i .
: TO
responsible for debts, con PLKAi-R! ,
TIH'tlIt..rtliumtHlt. of the Chipi The water at Batcher Pen pond, in .I tracted by the crew of said Vt. 8t.1.
i il>y boys are always ., -1.ri.,1 sticcen.ii tfttr 4pril l-t. Thiesen Building. ILLDEIH.nt.'HO., lit
; I ,1*.t-Jnt evening when the"" boyntert.tui. : be higher; at present than at any : :. : :;- ;:....:;; =. Consignee. ::'muB L. FRIEDMAN & CO. '

: Uniciiiir! will commence 1 other previous time, aud the bottom 5f
at sD'; o'cbu-k. Prof. L'hatleri'Klite .
country i N made almo-t impassable
urchi*-tr.i; will furnish music. '
Xizilt 1 refre!!imeiits will lit *fived.J'fce by the overflow.! The Hidden (heavyi f -_ )
I prier of u.inii-ioii will be ash i i rain of yesterday served! to swell the -v \ v- .
t. .-i>!,'f"srl-';entleinen V cents, la- I! water and cau-e it to rise much V v V u Uv tv V

dies (err._. !| higher than uual.Thoe 3 Dress Goods Sale go ---
I ..N..NN1.N.N.N.NN.NNN..NN..N.NNNe.eeS
LOST LAKE. who contemplate ircriug; or I

Said to be Fabulously Cold. Rich in Coarse the having Union baggage! :depot; to trailer should to ring or from up e -A.T-o rt f $10.00 Suits :; :i $3.50 Shoes i

phone2: 1 and let Harry Hallmark, et I
t Pro IIt: fur gull l i makes! husky!
|lN for |
of the transfer i $6.50 for
n'Uin II t ht'Yoll't\ .tlwajs fluid, the manager : departmentof : $2.50 :

e .,all I :-t.III..III.*.s tli'w uteri fan tell Paxton & Hall's bu.iuPs5. attendto The Big Store : .. .
tale. the call for them. This firm al-o .
} interMiit ; ... .. N
N1*..1..* .NO.NHN..N.N
J ten are in K'lgm.:; Ot,-.. elites: "I.a"t'lall iS :
and. invites
cordially: !
I laiiHliiwii ti'Te, altiaclcil Joy'
t th.' rich strikes! in the Hakt-r City the public to give them a share of Monday and Tuesday. *.*e I : S

fh'J.IUn my arrival I heard: a 'fairy their patronage. They have a newadvertisement :
Mory' of a 'l\" 14 Mountain whuh was bald to bt fabu- I ----- i An Arabian Proverb. !:
i lou rich in nl,1. Tlu storyhail I
ly coarse
> SHIPPING CROSS TIES C Linen suiting, suitable: for Ladies'Suits! ...2lJ, 25 and 3.c.Gentlemen's : .
all the 'ar mark! of the \\tI*t i
k I t min>' and '1.:1 H cabin' stoiii's.i to bt i
'' Suits and Boys' Wear. .
) heard in every mining .Ii tlkt. Ilro- TO CUBAN PORTSThe .

I S 1: h'tur drum tlllt by Indians=him., brought lied; Embroidered Swisses in Colors Exclusive Patterns S He that knows not and knows not that he knew not, ._
I..t.1(1111 of nuggets with
and hw It.1t l the customary rough sketch exportation cf cross ties; C ) reduced to...... ...... ...... .. .... .... .. bile yard I Is a fool-:shun him, eIS

,., thp 1''I'alltt.tr... etc I' through this port for Cuban ports is Satin: Finished Foulards, former price t"jc. reduced i

I dot el mined to bare a Look for it. to...... .... .... ...... ...... ...... .... .. jjc; yard I .'t :
steadily increasing. There have:: already I.
and as the formation is volcanic it istoo
t .. rough for tack animals. The problem I been five shipment; to Jucaro Imitation Satin Foulard similar designs.... ... 45c yard 1 II He that knows and know not that he knows, f
/Ml was how to carry food enough; All our Best Grade of Printed Lawns we sell at.22ljC yard I Is asleep-wake him. i
t: In addition to my pick pan and blank j and one to Cienfuegos aggregating: i !Satin Stripe Albatross: and Nun's Veilings, former Z

; s ii:j t. (or a. two week's sojourn in themountains. [ 2,259561 superficial feet. Besides: t' price i5c, now...... ...... .. .... ..... .... ;59c yard ." ie

: this there have been I 56-inch Albatross, all Colors, were oOc, now...... 39c yard
several !
i I had. a short time before, been pro I : He that knows and knows that he knows
l' siHH-tins; with an old mnuataineer in cargoes shipped to coastwise ports. I 36-inch Granite Cloth, all colors ..... .... .. ... ... 22c yard I. Is wise-follow him. ;
i the Bitter KiMt range iu Montana. He 40-inch All Wool Skirting in neat stripe, 60c = e

was an enthusiast on the: subject of The barge Trojan and schooner I grade ...... ... .... ...... .... .... .... .. ... ......t: 12C yard a4E i ", .
I rape-Nuts:' and Postum Coffee. In I. eI
Pendleton Brothers cleared today inch Point De Nets white black and
.! fact he lived on them. I used to Spree e
'josh' him about his 'RruU' but soon :, for Cuban ports with I,322,4< superficial e colors..... ... ...... ...... ... .... ...... .... ... 45c yard I He that knows he can buy hi? Clothes from :
grew to like it myself and finally got feet of cross ties. j Half Wool (stripe and checks) in Tennis Flannel 15c yard i McMillan and Beer at Cost and don't i
to eating Orape-Xuts:' three: times a I Is an ass-(de) ride him.
Fans, assortment,5,10,15,25 to 50c each i
: Japanese splendid
and as mwh oftener as I gut the This trade is steadily growing and i II
bame.S day SUB Bonnets...... .... .. .... .... .... ....25, 35 and 50c each
'several schooners and bares See

ro mind got five packages of Grapo-N'uts kept busy.jDAUGHTERS. I Seamless.. .... ...... .... .. ...lOc pair or 3 pairs for25cLadies' :

;. nnd some packages of Ptthtum Coffee I i Lace Stripe Hose... .... .. ....10, 15, 25 and 50c pair v t SNN
whuh. with a little sugar and salt NNNN
I were all the supplies I took with me. j OF Ladies' Silk Tape Sleeveless Vests..lOc or 3 for 25c NNNNNN

and for nine Jays laborious climbing 7-8 Lonsdale Cotton... .... .. ...- ... .... ....14 yards for tl.Or)

1 over the roughest:; country out of doors THE CONFEDERACY Boys' Balbriggan: Shirts and Drawers.... ...... ....50c suit $2.00 Hatsj !r i $5 Pants i
1 had nothing; else except an occasional I .
from the stream. I

,, I came trout back caught feeling first class and amBering The Pensacola- I for $1.00 i=| : for $1 |!
r ( to bet that 1$ can average i Chapter of the I! j bnso'nSon.
I thirty miles a day over mountain trails ;, United Daughters of the Confederacy I JSilliam o 1 1 .. .S
I .
:I with thirty pounds of blankets" etc., will hold their regular monthly > .+...
y .
This food can be digested and will ssss -- -
11 fatten nursing infant and it also sustains o'clock, jn !Superintendent S. B. I We will launder your spreads for
and works wonders with the I, Cook's office. All members are requested 15 cents each and make them look All kinds of chairs and
hardest physical and mental workers to be like uw. Star Laundry.Seasonable .
1 present.
11 ; including football and baseball players I Miss ANNIE LEB.\ROS, I Plant a spring garden. I Don't miss the bargains that are household rocking chairs at Marston.Quina's.

a ,I athletes of all kinds editors, doctors MRS. F. C. BRAWNFR The Willis Hardware Co. being offered< in furniture at the $ Prices
Prest.Sec't' and kitchen are very
ministers lawyers, business men I I Swell Furniture House, 20 and 22 utensils at the

and other brain workers. can sell you the tools cheap. I I I West Government. I Willis Hardware Co.'s. low. ---..


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