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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: April 1, 1902
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889.
General Note: Description based on: Mar. 5, 1889.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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-, President; F. C. NORTON Cashier; '

w, I(J cU: Ylce-President; Corxdon od Statement: : of the M. E. CLARK As't Cashier. SERIOUS IS FUNSTON UNDER TROUBLE IN I !




AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK FLOOD SITUATION! THE BAN SANTO DOMINGO:.


a'F PEXriACOLA, FLORIDA. AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS FEBRUARY 25, 1902
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Special to The N.wv Special to The "a.Washington Special to The Ne.i.Washington .
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RESOURCES.) LIABILITIES. '
Mi The flood April 1 Ot'nHal'Funston April 1.-The Hut i
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.Mint*. $431.37263 Capital Stock $203.000.00' Jackson -8., April -

62.S5 Surplus Fund... 10,000.00 I situation has ?. aiu become serious is the litest war hero to Department, having been advised 1

75.UJOOO Net Profits..... ..... 5. !:!7.121.
j Iud; *. '0.250.00; Rediscounts: ..... ...... ...... ..... .... .... i!*, OO.oo on account cl the continued rising of come under the ban of President of a revolutionary movement San'r

I Fixture... ...... .... .... .. 6.71S.4S! Circulation i5,())() 00 I I i the Pearl Rive" which I is now out of Roosevelt, he having asked for an to Domingo, has requested the Navy

... 601.9H) Deposit; 326,04408:! I .

i, v toe. tn.l.Dividends: :! :! Unpaid .. ... ..... .. .,. .. .. 96.00I698,1:7.11 : its banks from the mouth to the explanation of the statements attributed Department to send u warship there* '

--- \ source, flooding all the low country. to Fun=ton by the news- The Machias, now at San Juan

!) : :: $6U27.20! I
The river is seven miles wide here papers. will probably start across today.
i. ..II"! ti for biMHP October 2':}, 1900.) We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give I *
.ai.pt courteous and careful attention. i and has washed away several milesof Only a short time ao General The trouble i is not believed to b*

Interest Paid on Time Deposits. track of the Alabama and Vicksburg Funston received the greatest consideration serious, but it U deemed well to emi r

road and has tied up the Gulf at the white house. a warship 0Ii matter of precaution.
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; Service Being Resumed. and Ship Islind road. :Since::; leaving Washington the I

;: \iBE9 D BULL TURNED New Orleans March :31.-Service PRINCE GEORGE ------- statement bus been attributed. to I TWO VESSELS

over the roads! which have recently ROOSEVELTINDIGNANT \ Fuuston that President Roosevelthad

hfi>n liadlv npple.l l h y storm and flood'! REPRIMANDSSpecial I
'BIS 5 ON MATADOR approved his speech at the Lo i
I 'i' itt'lualH' lie in ;; resumed. The first
through train from the east on the WITH 1' tos club in New York and that thepresident COLLIDE t I

lInh'astl'rn since Thursday pulled i and Mr. Lodge wanted :
High In the Air to The News. ,

into the city today. Superintendent ): New York. March :Kl.-Professor GRAND ARMY MEN I Ii him to repeat the same in Boston. I .
washed\
Curran the out tracks
v' \i.v:: Tinus. have "horn says repaired. The Mississippi Ranke. a leading Bavarian scientist, i It i is understood that General Fun- ONE SINKS AND ELEVEN OF HER J t

i has been officially reprimanded, bays --
and Illinois trains are running 1 1auln. he made fSpecial
Valley ston has denied that any
I Munich to The Journal and
FIGHT AT JUAREZ dispatch CREW ARE DROWNED. I
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hut arc late owing to the slow bpecial to The News.11'ashington I
I I American, for referring to the descentof utterances that had met with thepresident's
time made over the tracks in the recently April President
I man from the ape in the presence ofPrince i, --
Matador Is Forever flooded district.\ approval.
r George; of Bavaria. who to 'Roosevelt is indignant; with the --- ---- to The Nees. *

; uriated! Animal He make matters worse for Ranke as itappears
of
their
Georgian Suicides at Pine Bluff. : Grand Army leaders because London, April 1 -Eleven men '
.. happened to attend the lectureIn
t' t Americans Pres Tine Bluff. Ark. March :31 -T. A. movement to prevent tne confirmation THE DAYTON
uniform-the prince being a lieuten I. were drowned today as the result of i
Grove, Ga.: .
,' Tench of Harmony wasfoun.1
ant in the Life Guards. in the senate of the President's'proposed the steamer Alma colliding -
dead, in a room in the Pacific Prln..eI I MINE HORROR passenger
\1': h 31.-The usual hotel Saturday night. Near him wasa The statement to which appointment of H. Clay with the British ship Cambrian
George: took especial exceptions was I I
at Juarei. Mexko, bottle of morphine and\ a book, in Evans to an important foreign post, Prince near Nab lightship channel.
this: 'Man's descent) from the ape Ii
\ a somewhat un- which he had\ scrawled, "I am T. A.
I cannot be argued out of existence by and is said to have sent word to the The Cambrian Prince sank immediately .
"a<1ed a.'nul turns BODIES TAKEN
t Tenth, of Harmony Grove, Ga. Th ELEVEN DEAD
the attempt of army officers and women i behind the movement that if
'I i.e; matador.. Si-v- deceased, appears to be about 35 years I men and eleven of her crew per I II

1. !drought into the old. A brother at Jefferson. Ga. andono to of squeeze"in their waists by the : Evans is not confirmed he will not OUT TO-DAY. ished.i The Alma was badly dam
use corsets.
1'1. a-uit-m they fur. Grove have been notified I I
at Harmony
Commisisionerot
I Immediatelyafterwards Prln'pGeorge. I accept his re-iffnation; a* aged. } '
," !.u H- from a Mexi- The roronjr's jury returned a ,
who is :22!:! years of age, strut. Pension?. .
were many verdict of Iuld.ft'. I .. l'
The NChattanooga.> > i
Special, to < >
ted to the old professor and told
". tntiirs who up il *

: : with the Falls Down Mine Shaft. him before a loomiul of students that Tenth, April 1.- AUTHOR OF BEN .
make such derogatory GIRL SHOOTS
he must net
t 'tae i was Gold Hill, X. C. Match 31.-Mack Eleven bodies have so far been taken

u whileIllllRO VandorburR, a resident of this place, statements in future and that from no mat hi.- I uut of the XeNou mine of the Dayton I f j jI
ter where the "people" came BOLT DEAD
.
: "c'ailedI the around\ which is honeycombed
country -that is. the royal family of Havana- HER MOTHER Coal and Iron Company at Dayton '
atllrda
with Ulin.shaHs. ) I
descended from
could not possibly be
I night; missed his way and fell in an Tenu., the scene of yesterday'sexplosion.
animal seeing that th'Wittelhachers I
i an unreasoning .
,r.d i f ,i' iiI; to -- -
shaft. .
abandoned I.mkily it was a Hp.'cial to The "WI.
earth bj
| were placed on > I eNew
\\q adin- small one, 50 feet in depth and, with Special to The NewBarkhamstead .. The olticials of the claim
i Wilii'h, I only! a foot or two of water. Vander. j I providence to ruleSENATOR company \ York, April 1.-Dr. Thoma: !

i ii; I"'r burg fell clear to the bottom and >ctj Conn.. April 1.-- that there are only eight more English, author and composer of \ 1

i IlI.illYI.d I escaped with a broken hip and a wore Miss 11aie I). Richards shot her I bodies in the mine. The miners say I
HERNDON! I "Ben Bolt, died this morning, in t
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'un of hrtils0s.I mother here today: liicu attemptedto there are twelve or fifteen more. I
the 8.1J of his '
> x" year age. i I t
kill herself. Mrs. Richards is 71 -- I
i.t' tv'ii\ I Match by Correspondence. DIED IN DALTON

1 ,,'..\') Ral.; ish.! X C, March 31-Mrs. Sal= years of age. but may recover Miss NORFOLK STRIKE r
t I .,h 39 KILLED Is
-- wounded and :
Richards f :
!1. liiuwn. a widow aced 45 years, seriously ,, '
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I has Iit! for Southwifk. Mass.: Her mis Special to The New<>. cannot !live.MILL I ; '

..' ''t, > i', 't''.1(' ..,in" h It loth'.in s UN there is matrimony. Last Novm'ter Dalton Ga7auh: :1::! Senator TZ GALLED OFF ; 45 INJURED' I..:
'! :Mrs Urown saw th.aIt'rtisp
.. llerndon Iii,'d at his l.nrm I in this ;
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tin-Hi of Kdwanl C. Theroux for a wife of BRIDGE I i I
.
mhtiTilaevtning
iu' ,. .:: ji '! t I.,|" "er, cityat o'clock\ > : I "
established betwon Special to The Nrwe.
\ eorespondenee was He had been confined tc ----
pneumonia. ,
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t''I!' I I' II. I loMlll\(
"i"' i i. '.-, f .1- ,' '.-. noi th.'m.ith the result that theyare his room for two weeks. but his death Norfolk. Va., April I.-The street special to The New;*. I ,

.' s-oon to be made one. :Mrs. Uronr came rather unexpectedly and was a WASHED AWAY I 'trikEwhich has been i
a'i- tn stt.jt railway t
pre.
1 In of good family here. Her people London, .\Irill.--The war ollice
great shock! to the community. I
i in ala'lIr.!
.u t
't r It. marl high. are greatly mrpriseil at her ad ion. Colonel Hermion was born in I'mon, --- I II vailing here for several weeks, has announces that in an accident on the :

"''f' ht q hf\tv In ire I S. C.. where he spent his uO) boil I i 1 I been declared oil. This action was Delaitoa Bay railway near Robertson I
New-
Tbt
-cui to I
East Seen Near Sandtown. p
I ..: -- ,; lilt. tha ,clays afterwards moving to (;1'01'1:1:1 taken after a meeting lasting four in the gold fteld'l'f the Eastern ,.I i f
"Atlanta. larch :31: K. II. ': the .
. : -- ;''' 11.11' was a son of Colonel Zachariaiillerndon. North Adams.: :Ma-.. Aftii I.-The
: tatol'9 I
-1" hours aud is due to the fact
largely
ronvut who escaped from the Atlanta celebrated lawyer of that Transvaal were killed and 4>> in i iI
a I r
sod : 1 till h ail dam of the Rampage Paper' Company
..., federal prison. wa seen on Riversidethe state. He graduated the best law I that the strike had become tiresometo jured. J 'ft f
"3 nom tilt
farm of J. J. Campbell, who lives boots ill the country and ranked highin ; at Monroe bride Just over the Oodi I ft
',1 .1: t 1 1" a''tink0 it M the business people. -
I n.'ar1111.110.; ... n. the day alter his es : sic mountain from here was damagedby .!
...:11 n! \\01.\11\ b1. a the proles.iou.rhuhut i For t her Sutypar. .

\ 'II tl ,1 la "I ape. !East was apparently making his life he had held several I the frehet:; and swept away, carrying CONSIDERING 1 Mm. INSLOW'H; HOOTIIINO !SYRCP bat I ;
for the west, as Mr. Campbell's( tam I I position; oi honor. being I'nited I BOERS been used for over tilt years tiv initlloniof I I
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Is I tinted on the Chattahooihee.nltlit of I the mill and machinery. Tl.e mothers for their children while tfftbmn,
States commissioner.! r> presentative ,. I
PRIMARY FAVOREO.Brown -, pertectuccewe. It soothe the child. I '
"
i Wlutfii'! county in the legislature and I 1099 is heavy and a hundred men TERMS OF SURRENDER softens the Kum ..lhtYI all pnin.rurft wind : I Itb '
I IInl" \\ r.iiirrvon'* Sprrr.Tli.it colic, and .It the bet remedy for l>larrho'ft.
of his death statebenator "
Says Alabama that tells was at the time have been thrown out of employ It nil r..llotbl' poor little tuITerer Immediately. .
K ,111 old tradition from th- Fort)-third distriit.: !Special to The NewsHeidelberg Hold by Druggists: Iii every Dart
"ould Have It. how U.ilpiVido! KtiHTMMi.: tbt' :S.me ment. of the world. T..tv-nv.. cent a tattle _"
\ Ala. larch 31.- Hon. lv- --- -- -- Transvaal April 1.- M. sure you asknr' M n. Wlnnlow'i Boothlug.H r
wil l, rf(
of .iiicofd\ on"I'l.ut on a BETTER THAN PILLS. >rup"and take noother kind. J ;
of Talladi-RS. many hws >piee.Veir: \ of laTl'lIslIn'lills.; I Commandant Albert ha= summonedthe i

.'..'r of the house, one tune Alentt anil the M-n-iie liei::htt of t'miconl BUGHANA HOTEL what The way que-tion are Chamberlain's has been asked Stone"!n Burghers to meet thirtyfivemiles Drink Reel Heart leer, I :

.j t ihairmau of the tava- into
resohinl: I to make a pluime ach & Liver Tablets superior to east of the Hprings l which: is the beer that made Cincinnati
\
,. In the rent ton&tivntlon. ; and : In a vreat ;
thoorti \ of crime folly I pill-?" Our answer is i : They are I

111I in the city. my to M-O viceui.i the vicious at close, DESTROYED t easier and more pleasant to take thirty-four miles south uf Pretoriaand I 'amousCleaning_ -__ ,

\ I.... on a state pri- range iiinl thus learn by experience of more mild and gentle in etlect and twenty-five miles, eatof; Johannesburg .u I '

nomination of a staid the UIldiTWolldHe more reliable as they can always bt ladies skirts and waists I"1
Then they cleanse to consider the advisabilityof is one of our specialties. (Star Laun
went strai ht to the saloon: of one depended upon. ,
f.ir- fpecial to The Newj. and invigorate; the stomach and a general surrender. dry. I
11--i: in favor of swh pri- Krigliam;: : in Boson in those days condi
Ga.: M'anh :31. ThMoore i > leave the bowels a natural
,ally supportod the new fauie.l among: Harvard students as the1Illt'rllnal Buchanan hotel! at this place was destroyed
which I h,'lp*> <::timate fruits I want to drinks" than Any ono since the days by !fire this morning between' 2 am I constipation. For ale by all meeting at Amsterdam with the freeze quid, at the Willis : !!

'i- reap.) The necro hno > of Father I'.:tl''hus. How ildered! by the 3 o'clcock.\ The fire is supposed to have : druggists! and medicine dealers.! same object in view. Hardware Co.'s. ,

> excuse for not havrimarjr : festive scene and the endless list of caught from the stave flue as it originated ; H

beverages: he hat: never heard of. he In the 1\1t'nE-n.. -
in which every ; I
asked) I'.riirliani which one of the whole The hotel was a two.story frame .
v .:P nil way want the ]>ri. Mbulous catalogue! mUbt; l>e relied on structure As the flames had! already rw.U 1

.pinion, unless the ttltld to impart: the l.irepst: : sum total of ex-: made !great; headway before it was dlsroert'(1. 1

perl.'nl'In the shortest possible time. those who answered the
thin
1 :- to the pt-ojile
: will to which devout inquiry :genial Krl-: alarm saw that it was useless to attempt "

j 'f a primary I'mlwrathcnimittee there bam: who at once took in the situation to save the house, and' devoted i ;:: rn-Si *- ? !
for the MENU
--'or ANNOUNCEMENT !I"
i
: will make a is paid to have replied "Oh, 1 guess a their attention to saving as much of TODAY: ?,i I

r. -intake." glass\ of lemonade wouM be the right the contents as possible and the neighboring .....- Cream Rot of Lamb, ,+
; Herald. I::: Currl..d '
reotabici'
thin for 'ou-noston buildings. .
:; ;

'. Collections. G. M. Roberts, who owned the buildIng '1:; PENSACOLA GAS CO. (: Ja P e 1 1s

'reasury finppllrd! the "-..ot.A lost 1500.. with no Insurance. ': ,. THE ,; Mock Cbailottej f' ).
Ala. March 31.-Th Cinamon 9
while in San Fran .. 1 Cake.
*rstate* since certain writer old -"' ,- d Announces that they have Secured the Services of _' ... I
treasury
clsoo visited the new house of an Stores Burglarized. I' Wr: -.7 'Q .:; \
R RPonlan !
e'nmnR of the fiiral )rar, friotid a gentleman of Irish extraclion. Worth County. Ga. March I (........ .'

$.. ;';.1.000.i using round num. The hostess evidently took !great 31.-The store in Poulan of Charles & .MRS. L. M. LUDLUM l

< far In excess of any pride In the house the furnishings of Pinston. T. I.. Kitchings and E. SGlydner .. ,... ;I I
"* 1 The cash Ii and I
treasury beautiful
which were new and were entered by burglars Fri *
T" ,).\0. and the audltor'i gave every evidence of taste and refinement night by means of breaking win :, OHADUATH Or Till! IMIILADKLIMIIA COOKIXC; SCHOOL, '

.1 8 tb'at by the clog ol | The writer, wbo bas an eyefor day and merchan .

If even the old book deft the beautiful, pave unstinted praiseto dow lights out. Money ot i italned. : To Present a Series ef FREE LECTURES Daily from 10 to 11 o'clock 1
of $20,000:! was
'. h the factions hate disc erythlnghesaw.. dice to the Hounds amount were placed on the* a. m. to practically demonstrate the superiority of food cooked on LAu RANGES. t

.
*'lll; horn disappeared, "Hut," be said, "1 am sorry to sea '
W:.,! t I>e an undisputed tub that your Louse beautiful as it is, lacks trail but owing to heavy rains nothing i I Three Days, Beginning April 2d, 1902, Clutter's Hall, 114y'
\
.. '.ar. 1.! Tbp common school ornament which no Irish house could be accomplished.
one "Mrs. Ludlum i is one t... 'he best teachers of
r 'a.!ly planning; to call for should be without""What I in the
Guard. cooking
Trains Under ctuntry.John Wanamaker.
S asked unsuspi Isthmian
when the legislature I is that? she
trait
31.-Every i
ciously."A New York.isthmus March la being guarded'by '' Come Early and See and Test for Yourself and Avoid the Rush. ;
with a the ,
pig replied the writer across
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government soldiers as a resultof I
satisfied chuckle. 50 I
1\r Into Your Shorn at Empire station Saturday
s The hostess eyes sparkled. the skirmish 1t

.... It r..U the feet. Caret "!t did," she said Indignantly: "but when one man was killed and I I,

,rolDK Natl; !*ollfn have supplied the want."-New another taken prisoner, says a Panama II
you ,
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PENSACOLA FLORIDA TUESDAY APRIL 1. 1902
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RACE HORSES PERISH IN FIRE.
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Seventeen Fine Animals Burned to

Death In Detroit

0 I, Ilj I III IIII' Detroit and, March promising 29.: -colts Seventeen were burned racehorses A


The Distinctive Valueof to death early today in a fire which
destroyed the training stable of Frank

H, Colby, a well known driver and

i trainer in Highland Park. for Infants and Children.
i Syrup of Figs is due to its pleasant form and perfect freedom from every The fire started just! before daybreak

objectionable quality or substance and to the fact that it acts gently and truly from some unknown cause and. Ca"tnria i* a harmless substitute lor ('a..tor Oil, r
\ 'I completely destroyed the stable. Sixteen jrorio. Drops and Soothing; Sjnips It i. I'Ictraut
i .. as a laxative, without in any way disturbing the natural functions. The of the horses were burned to i I contains Heather Oiiinm 3Iornliino nor ntlu-r N,

requisite knowledge of what a laxative should be and of the best means for its : death in their stalls. One horse broke mb-.tani'O. It destroys Worms an l allajs IV\eri-li.. '.
uadV'iud Colic. It relict |
iarrlia i
burning It '"
production enable! the California! Fig Syrup Co. to supply the general demandfor ; loose and escaped valuable from animal the was so iii"-ur Troubles* awl euroConstipation.. It nmil.itiStomarh :: -

a laxative simple and wholesome in its nature and truly beneficial in its i barn but the to ; and IJowHs jjivintf: healthy and lIalllf.11IJ l.
badly burned that it was necessary ChUdri-n's llIat'I'a-Tlw JIotln-rN rirml.
effects; a laxative which acts pleasantly and leaves the internal orgsns in a ihoot it. The

n"tlralhhealth v condition and which does not weaken thtm. I The Kind You Have Always Br-\ .

To assist: nature, when nature needs assistance, it is all important that the Stabbed To Death. Bears the Signature of

medicinal agents wart should be of the best quality and of known value and Syrupof I Birmingham; Ala., March 29.: -At '
Will Johnson a negro i
Figs possesses! : this great advantage o\'tr:111 other remedies, that it does not Coalbnrg convict, was mines stabbed to death and j j

taken the organs on which it acts and therefore it promotes a healthful con- i Jim Montgomery: another negro con j

!, i 'iition of the bowels and assists one in forming regular habits. Among i its many Viet is charged_with_ __the_ crime._ j

excellent qualities may be mentioned its perfect safety, in all caes requiring a n I! #

laxative: even for the babe, or its mother, the maiden or the wife the: invalid II DANGERS OF PNEUMONIA. In Use For Over 30 Years.
A cold at this time if neglected/ i is .N/ C/Mt.VN fCM..Nr tYUNe... ...... NeW 'C" r...
or the robust man. -- ,- -...
liable to cause pneumonia which iso
j Syrup of Figs is well known to lie a combination of the laxative principles I ;? often fatal, and even when the .

"f which with aromatic and the I'patient has: recovered the luns are
plants act most beneficially, pleasant liquids
weakened, making them peculiarly j
juice of figs agreeable and refreshing to the taste and acceptable to the system, susceptible to the it1 velopmeiit of The Star Laundry

when} its gentle cleansing is desired. The quality of Syrup of Figs is due not consumption. Koley's Honey and t ,
Tar will stop the cou.jli. heal I and
only to the excellence of the combination but also to the original method! of strengthen the lung; IUd prevent

manufacture which ensures perfect purity and uniformity of product and it is pneumonia. \\'. A. D'Alemberte. Biggest, Busiest, Best!
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121 ;South Palafox strt'et.FNI
therefore all important in buying In order: to get its beneficial effects to note

the full name of the Company-California Fig Syrup Co.-printed on the front

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DISEASES
I tlnii! to; "laki-! jonrsrlf M-riou-l} lilt :: W. B. WRIGHT GOtDPAflY.MANUFACTfKEKS
SUNDRY SUNDAY SAUNTERINGS M .is MJiii' time: OUT I IOK| ; r .

..* ue that most fatal of all dis- T1
A Tallahassee Poem. AMI, DKALKK: WTLUMBER

Wnen Lent ,is Ended xV. I fa I I i- ,.!, ni' ai.1! on In-: way I Talking of newspapers! "remind! me teu.FOLEY'S. -

Wh.i I 1'1' i :. ,"! I""I" I x'.i. :ii'l'I i to''II1.'dlllat that tenth is stranger than fiction.Take LATHS
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\\'"Ii n."'a; in. I-!. I II 1 1I trW' lii.i: I iiii.i--. la. .li,liks ton tor instance the following IrimisilREiiiljof l.

I t tl.ii- !. .liin AI|. liaml cl l into 1'1.! i SAWED CYPRESS S SfilKCLEHBi-Dilti S.
i .1" ii"\ \:+tu| i I::\"-nut onuu- ; "poem, which was RJ :

:M> ',1,1..1,1 It. !liatilflieil, I'I'I *** Capital office yesterday, with !'!1" :
n-1 The Populor Pianist. money refunded. Contain --... -_:->"- PENSACOLA.: FLA.
My I :1'! .1W naive request that it be iitibli.sii< d!
.. i cud Ih n uK i' .", !1'1"' I' "jii:'>i as it was. And here it is, "ju-i
I II II- !ioun..ii| like a yak
the but f for
I a-- if a.- physicians u
v. 5 !.d!, .I. With loity! pounds of xalU-r hair I "Creole Bell." Kidney and Bladder troubles. ROYAL STANDARD \\VHISlE{ :

;I' '" '!101 b II.,1! l I II ,111111111;; ilowu his hai-k.
'r bell"Mrs. PRIGS 1&. aM J I.SS.R' .
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1 !t. "lor.' '. I
n 0I.; ,.. : .h, I All Kinds of People. Creole bPI! A.1)'ALEMIiKRTEJeBet 8 Years Old, in Cases of 4 Full Quarts at S3.20 per cas:
"I 1 lau d In r tvll
I 1'4
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Tit. ii it! to hurl i! It (prnvi rhially takes all Kin.lof

I'. :, .I.n'lie mVi I |i.oilc| to make a world!, but tho y ..\ ,.1.1I. 'for in my h. art rMHISV1IISKF.V: di-tilled at th.- Nrl l-.n ( .
She? east a -jjell. JL IIJHtlt'n'! and n fully matured: in w
I.'1II1y hax<- Mime queer ones down( in i I '
\ i .- -ml This stars may shine ,t before bottlinjr. It j absolutely pure and I...: > e
\V ,1. t.i ill I Citrus loiinty. where th.-) mine phosphate "1 call her mine celled MI iuility by any \Vhi-key of the m.no .>
and try to pol) i i. ''a; i l lire with a broom straw. There's a "My t< ensy: boy I- eight year" old when! battled and, 'ii-idt'
KII r hal I "My Creole bell." its excellent quality i i- the Hieapem whi-k ..
lilli! I- iloxvn thor which shall
f iItI"| i
80 'I' ':"111:; The ":1111'11"sh..> "('&st" on him was Uh1iskey the market: at that price. Aa beverage. n.; i
h- .i.Inl'' -It i-s as it is shamt'h's1" ;;. an absolutely! pure stimulant, there i inone b>
.
\ ll''A iy. to judge from certain peculiarities in
\\ ,. II .till'| < is.10 the euntiuauce in Shipped 111 cave, containing no markr. what. \
w' L- !ii. H- .. ft < 'I .. .Irani i state official (' IIf-I'tile above, flung; in the wrong lit'-rtine. And the Beat Liquor. I indicate t-oiitent-i. If purchaser. upon ex.ti:
.. Tar name of the author will !I.., of all kinds served b; the whiskey, i* not i satisfied with lhettiili| :
T. .I' naI' h'', -L'tied: his t iHJMJtion with the Polite
and CourteoaAtteudanU. theame
I can return at our aud l '
given in our next. See that your 01ders expense
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I' > ..I'ai' Plant; Sx-ttill to accept the aPIIHilll.1 will ,be refunded.

o -. UK: I j init.: !,' are in .'arly. Liberal ilibeount FULL MEASURE AND All >rder should be accompanied hvcurruicy. :
T' -LlI' 1..IU. *.* to dealeis. EIGHT 1LARf OLD po..toflice money order bank (II"i.: \
Tim ::;.\(' TElnH FINE QUALITY. t, Z pre N money order.. We refer to Fut N
I I ,'ii.!, r.'S- !Mi'- It xk.i-nt he Plant System, hut an- I __ __ h_ _. p 'ARO 1RD Rank oi any nierclrtnt: in PmiiaroU.

.. oii! .-i: roail. l.y he-way ; but what ared DA.NNHEI8SER BROS
A SEVERE COLD fOR TH E.E MONTHS
Si i-s Over the Styx. !, tau and --uracy when sIIlt-t'n and
The following letter from A. J. AflKXTS: FOR Tilt CKI.KBKATEO S. A. FRIEDMAN

'Th' I i i".lit ": \.mi>." I Ktii.i.ity| I :n.- afoot However, the Nu-bauutof B 1I"-" ll.*. ind.tellit- I I. ? Harp r \his eyr
f.il.l S1\ h. 1..1 I I''e.lit.n'! "I| tar erratic Phet is question own -tnry. -uttered for three
< t. a. i. HUT
:Main Hotne-101 1'ulafnx: street r. !&\(tI.ll'uol'r.n"K.. I'KXW: '"i \ 1-1..
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lit off into sumiiiet month with -evere: colt \ lnugit -
0 I' IKn | planaI j
the tat i -i 1"i" .1"an It n. Kxchana:\:' -Opp rnion D"p'
| i prepared me lIme; medicine, and
''i. I i.- h. inn I he alone with his intel- I P. O. Box 2s!ol.| I'eiH.'icolt. F'u' '
Idea of'i' '' hat hi n-.1 to hrare
I a physician pre-cribed for me, yet I II HISKEV 1 1' o. Itnx II'i. TI.I.II'II.I: ITNr I ILrl
hint: ",' an' ,. !in-- l I. I mat .I. ii>!itv. and a.U hims.-lt this I did not improve. I then tried F.d- 1'hone, I Itr- >';N ,

"\\ ti? i-!. Si 11weft'sthe I II 1 "i -lion I ey's Honey and! Tar and eight do-ei a N, .
cured me." I Jlefu*" suh.ututes.V. ralcnMArt .nidi". every claxof: \l.iU-.r-'| Id
mail.-! tli-m! ? !, What ;,111I1: i of a railroad conuuisn .\. Il'AIemberte, 121 t fouth l'alal.\! in.r.no fn. built or bottle. WIIIII':1": or retail .it ;.iu-I i
"\"tIn ilol i .i I' rstai.'t ni"< any S xxi.'ihi :t he that hail in it noIn street. Awarded at Tarb r are way down.

more than t1ke .. "mn.ll who' i-x vxho had the remotest acquain- ,' AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER.

ti'i. xxitli, the railroad! business-who
.'1.| air t' .i hisrhtuti'l'' ) iMaiitl Requisition Made for Long. .
Hamlet i I' l.illrf !1I'II.'Ia'lun',1' I :I'\ nothing of the problems with Raleieh. 'ar"h :al.- Cov.'rnnr V. I
PNA1AROCHEWINE
plays for injHiMtno !I.,1'11I1".1'; 11,11,1' xi b! that l "ly: has to deal?" About cock has made requisition for J -. ruiLong. ;

i ,.!.) I.1' >r ;:"IY. s.. h a commission a< this Citrus who. it is claimed, last O.101 i,.>- WOOD AND COAL.
'. weakly is papn,1 that's killed! E. F Pell in Jackson' count. I
( !ily
Ali rau.4nl' I to ''! ;ran- CORDIAL
t,1! IhalII ..: tl'at; : _'' > i.to |..ill So.IJ a !good; deal. Long fled! at once, and! was not hi-ai-"' Highest recommendation for cure of Poorness \VK EXPECT TO Sl'I'l'LY A :Mt'lH LARGER TRADE
... from until yesterday, when news rang. .
of b ;d. st; nch troubles end General lie-
tus cur x\I i- I 1\ i .t- that of his rapture !\VyomlnR.. .\ li-tt. In races the appeti i trengiheni THIS \VI\TKKTHAN KVEIl ISKFOKK.: :
fhaiii'viM r. i r ill.- ..th.'rJay Those Ill-Fitting Names. gave him away The ('rim"a( at. scud '- ..diptheci CSICm

from N- 1 Ir6 I' 1m I extremely cold-blooded one. t'i ru* llmiiiil SEND US YOUR ORDERS NO3JL.
.\ 'ickkwas Martha: PARIS
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njrhl K.: Joiitrra A t'..
niuabetn; was .
: ... ?ay. Many Deaths From Cholera. Olsen
"N.it alb :;"' i. i.oi! Ixrut.1 Thompson & Co.Manresa .
Aid like the air xxas Josepinc; ,
tu'lans no 'HII' i-t.i iimrnii.n Jedda. Arabia. Marsh! :31 Durinu!!
So broe/j was her way. the past week th'r.lH'rt' :ICS deaths: Street Telephone
al 1 clunud' < i UK-! ( \ 'h! > \ 147.
[>ilores was" so sprightly from cholera at Mtua and 61 at J. a
and a r<-i.i.jou. i: i ity: t "" ,ru' ;ar Laurels
Men laughed\ at all she said da.
Otto .1. 'X ,I' ,O
And Mat y aixxaxs fluid! her hair -- Alain 2
it : u I"' ..11"11t'llt'lIt. .
Into Try l'hall1b.llIn'ototn3cL: : !
it: .A. 3N./L
An'.101. th. l briehtot r.sl.No
1\1 !:o'I .:! :- ,, II I L'ver Tablet-, the be-t physic. F -rsale flu'it Pavia EsDOdIMn nude. nitre very
,., : by all drui..t.. and medn' mad the Gold
thedealer. ..
h't' wtl.\I: ;"1" -- .' sill a> tiv.; js Lily M dal Award to

ful thai It i '. .,,1<' d,1- th. !' Known in svvi n states,' t:' ''I:;: tK 10 A. F.RY W', HI'OI.1\
I I'a
prlll'f.III\ t, ''H..1' r ,' has H.Hii":! always took a pri.eAm : Foley's Honey and Tar c' I.W.HARPERKENTUCKY IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
now :U1I1!" i :tn d" -- ntoyinn "n. t.e! heavy xxi-mhts;
; cures colds pre' ents pneumonia.
jH'litics> m x. .1 ,\ :" "ud B"'l'!'s infra' wits fog!'}'. - -- --

l van not I... 'II! "',, d i .. -, ii"i Andl.ida\ ; -'" was a squawk. J)<> you want a magnificent! watch WHISKEY HARDWARE.

? ally die y< unj!;: -.1 the : '' :n "','fl'S Andli., the beak that Gladys had! for little money:' If -o, call on
Stephens, the j jp weler. He will accommodate Cold<< ..ed...**falM .
'S 1.U i is that U.h.m! 1\ .;" "-! \nl oh. that -.i lapp| > walk'' you awarded ft'tIL.ar Iron Nail Anh'PI.; .. Saw :Mill and :it.Supplier.
ypunjter.' = r : Cooking and Heating; :stoves, Paint Oii-
6 .. A'.itho.f > l Wiiidow! Ula,.". Guns, PUtoU l and Fishing Tackle
'Twas mil< h tii- ame \ ". dt.tiim [i.tn-nts

( called tli.r.i, ;< by :.1', I'.Ll Dt''I'n.. % r ,,n"w The II II3ppy II 0 ill e i.s the
a r only we p iv ell" SOld! B bY Dannteer Bros.i Atrate anil Tinware and Hou"cfiiniisliini, ( nail.
and painted our h> !'ork-y It i 18m..sth.y: \ 1" baby aiils:
t ors. Hut tats ):." 'IIt..f this auut-.i Will aiwavt.t 'I'm') MI' furnished home. Marstonj -- --- -- (9 AGENS FOR BIRMINGHAM: ROLLING MILL COMPAQ "W
ORT BAHI \\CA:;. Fla.. :March
thi1 man who kt.,. x ISoaMn.ifor I ,- (>h tM'i'd' t t'i \ 1,1.1 but :I'1: m I Quina can supply you :1 'Jfi l'.V.! -"eaied pnipmal*. in Revere Giant Stitched Ifltinortliamptoo Emcy

Kii> l ody f'I"! e did <, ,' !11"11! l..ii-n, 'id, 1 iar.: .. ,1'1! nn: : n' I with all needed in the way triplicate will h<- refeived until Wheel Co.. I/.ftin & Rand Powder c.... Johnson K ..1olUlufo
{' \ ll.na.; t m., April I 15. )l'!IIr! for con- Iron Kin:{ and Buck Stove- uid Rang<-aV'
of tll. I
i-oming alit 1' .i1already of house furnishings at the --tructia OidU'iLi'tj H p..lrhop. Coups; & Co.'s Haw Hide late'I.I.f't h'-r. Mar: :
I "Iskittlf -".*' .: 11.1 oii'p.ct prices cachorCrelit F-irt Pickeii-. Flj. I", rt. resfrverijht Made Railroad Colors.I
: on the ; "I'. I to reject or act-r-pt any or all

( 111 uric h.' 'r ''\t-r .null ...n. ..-. I -c'" PARKER'S pn>p')
Uy th'! xx.i:> :i :. .1"! \\.i- .! vx .\ ,:a- I.!. in;'.. c" j C'10CMt HAIR s" :.BALSAM.ao.r... Itt hit f..rrnati'' furni-lKd ori applicationEuvelopes

ertng h' 1..,' .1- : ,' :'.1'" : I:", ., ",,. ;. t.r,. 'i' I Incitt Fui i >uturtntNeer to Butore(ijrth Or, j lioulJ be nnrked containins"PiopoaU: prnpn-for dls Thin ilgaatBre! Ii en Htrj get ef the f fnn

.. .' '. ". '. .i ., I 5 III...ir to in Yombful Color. Construction." ad'ired \\'. LaxativeBromo .
"is the. : > : : -:- i' I' : :: :' : : at c.1 e "i !p it tun& see te.e" K -QuiaineTablet.r'Ytthe
I it endT'ou' hrurr.ar COLE, Q. M. ti.nchtt&12Jt:! IN remedy that cut a cola u> poe 1 1y I




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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA
FLORIDA TUESDAY APRIL J 1902I

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--_' -1rric I '. .-. .
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) OF l I Psoriasis Salt ; I'
Eczema
'1'19 THE AO'ARAl, I Poems That Will Not DieTHE | I ,


-:1......-...n.t 1747lMde'I 1511nd.'.,onJe Cf;..J.... . ,J' ---------2:: I RheumTetter and Acne: .J i '

III
"" MEANS TO ATTAIN night; I I Belong to that class of inflammatory and disfiguring skin eruptions that f 4 t

HAPPY LIFE. Contented with thine own and than all other known
estate discomfort
I ; SHGTOP4Feb. cause more genuine bodily worry I
:.; The Earl of Surrey. Ne wish for death, ne fear his diseases. The impurities or sediments which collect in the system becaus t

I ).' ... ,' (Translated from Martial.) might. of poor digestion inactive Kidneys and other organs of elimination art Ifi!( ':
A-"".- Martial the taken up by the Hood saturating the system with acid poisons anJ fluid ;
things that
do attain
:
Recognition. that ooze out through the glands and pores of the skin producing an indescribable .j 1'
The happy life he these, I find i
; I itching and burning and 4'IcancheerfullYendOTSeYOUtS.S.S.the .
1901 Dost thou
18 know
Courage,
Master
; The riches left not gut with pain.Th :yellow watery discharge forms as a cure for Eczema. I was troubled !,
Courage well? with It for 25 years and trIed many ;' ;
; : f Prencr Co. (' fruitful ground the quiet mind. into crusts and sores or little brown remedIes with no rood effect.but after v f;i
Then hast thou seen him in his | SUCH A CHANGE.Not and white scabs h drop off.leaving using a few bottles of S. S. S.was entire. ;
Chicago. The equal friend no grudge. no strife, foremost place, effect Wm. ,I
The Campbell
i only in feelings but in looks. the skin tender and raw. ly relieved.
havecoke No ( barge uf rule nor governance Daring and sharing with TheI 1 of the cause the skin to 313 W. Central St., Wichita, Kan. -S
::tlc:1cn1! ; the men skin is clear: the eyes are bright, the poison may
Dandruff Without disease, the hE-althfullife; who face j cheeks are plll lp. No more pain and crack and bleed, or give it a scaly. fishy appearance; again the eruptions may I'to It'; "I

The household of continuance. The battles shot and shell. misery, no more :sick: headache no more consist of innumerable blackheads and pimples or hard, red bumps upon ;
for the past I jaun.lice.'Iut worked the chAnge 1 the face. Purification of the blood is the only remedy for these vicious skin r'

.. and found it an 'The mean diet no delicate! fare; I Ir. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, diseases. Washes and powders can only hide for a time the glaring :
.1' Dust th"".u know which cured! the disease of the stomach i i
Trnfo wisdom joined wan simple-[ Courage under any :: blemishes.. S. S. eradicates all poisonous accuuiu- :
llent: prepara- ness guise? '! that prevented proper nutrition, an cleansed the .l liver.
\
clogged an sluggish::
Then hast thou met him restores the blood to its wonted purity and stimulates .j"
The night discharged;; of all care. many Dr. Pierre's ioMen :(dual Discovery I
I times I and revitalizes the sluggish organs, and the impurities <
Whenwine : and found j cures diseases of the stomach\ allot other >lII
the wit may not op- ; That he has glorified the organs of digestion and nutrition. It II pass off through the natural channels and 'I f
.c-- I common
: ';- PI'I' round cures diseases:: of tuns. heart liver, and relieve the skin. S. S. S. i is the only guaranteed. purely vegetable blood .''YI'rite

Th,. faithful wife other organs which setni remote from purifier. It contains no Arsenic. Potash or other harmful mineral. .
l without debate; fly living hero-wise. the stomach because of these di... .
many us about your case! and our physicians will advise without charge.
Such l"ep.s( a" may beguile the I Frank \Valcott Hutt in :;U5S. eases have their cause in .l diseased: condition We have a handsomely illustrated book on skin diseases! which will be sent .
,. _
of the stomach involving theallied
:0.-b \ D'AlemberteV. FOLEVS HONEY AND TAR organs of digestion; and! nutrition. free to all who wish it. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Gm i iI : t

ROOSEVELT AT EXPOSITION. "I ....ot IrttTilmut won', -
Cures vou a a year air"
-- -- cough and cold-. Mr J. Kllis: ; Hamilton of HarmninicCo !Ir-,, I
Cures bronchitis and u-thma. -- \\'estVa. "stated m\.C'a.h :", tin' ,- .... ,
Cures croup and whopping: eou h. President Will Visit Ivory City on etnt. .ntl rectivcd. a.letter: tri: \ "I .. t T--- -- -- ----'---.- ;
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lay lo IIr I'wr i .1 i.!
Cures ( ttlliiiR m < -i I ) I
hoareueand .
'. bronchial( April 9. icnl DKon-ry ainl Faortil :'"- -, t. 'i l I '
I:ruublt'-. Cliarl.-sto". :March :31.-Presidint '.itk of each I uvd thrr n1 > ,. .n f(d
11.\ CurepnHuiiiniiia: : :mid i I lit likr a iirw woman Duu t -iirlV- ,:' .
jjrippo. Roiihi'Vi-lt hs: dccidfil to visit the iPx- '. .,
n\lot'l'v IIIIY aonfnre utn,' v> .1 "
VV. 5'. D'Al.-mb.t.-i: Suuth 1'ubfoX l position <.'!iaiU-ston Wednesday, I .,ft5&TLd a'.l the Pmiha jun j' -.
I: from )'..i Dot isestr.ix: prop<.rh I w i itick p t 1As I
I ..' i! l.im, iJi-il !9. hraiUche thrrr ant four tuneI i < k ,, .
strtit.'l Me will J liTve Coitld% not ilo thr work invM-lf Iusing I i
: !. I. i I-_: i.id I : : : Washington on .Mon- '. 'I', .
vour nir'i: : "
lor a lit- 6 ''lrl as aft'muunpril 7, reach Charleston romnl.unt and think 1 am cured n'" t -'- <1 ; I

.Idii'l( t'\t11 3:. : : L Tuesday morning April 8. ;;1)f'nI'th Cluftl"1Qrif he couldn care m.- an I -'., iei 'I
fre i could give me medicine Ii h. 'I' n )
., ,. day in visiting the site of the navy trouble might return ai\ trnithree ,' -". '. I .
the forts ,....u, withmit .,in\ rrli< It ." ..4ulc Woman's\ Corset :
'. Kvu: .imi'. yard In the harbor and thjetties. .
I
ht-ad.iche il
Jiiu-c I t""t. the :i u .
,' .. I iinli- .'..iT.rntI Try a dozen .llln 's Red j Tuesday night he will he entfrtained your ine
,I' IUBI!!! !!!111'11 !.> t.Hi]| : Heart Beer and you will at dinuer by: the ( ity oi Dr. Pierce's Pellets cure con tllJ.ltiOIl. is her Home \ : ; I

."\ ,'al"-I\J"t'JII! hare of" Charleston. While the dinner to tilL
no er.
( I president is in progress Mrs. Hum hours I II", /0'-, '..-''" \.'\- \ I I
Fifteen day.
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CONCERT FOR every 11; .
\t-li will bt'n a reception by the' be comfortable? [' jr .
Why not <<. l '"
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.i.iAll THE WEDNESDAY/ woman's depaittnent of the ""position.The CHRIST CHURCH CHOIRA I' .. .
will constitute tb.paity .' ,
following
:
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ROYALA'1J ..
which will visit the expositionhere % /g' \ f

MUSICALE RECITAL in with President; Hoose- ,: '
company : : ,,
Early
veil : concert will!! be given at Clutter's le'i : -; :: ( \
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I \h
--- ,, Music hall !1. for the WORCESTER l :
Mrs. Iloosevelt Miss Carow. J.: K. Tuesday, April t J. ( \ : ,

!, The Wednesday lu..icalewi1lgive Grabie, Secretary: Klihu Hoot Attorney i i'i benefit of Christ "hurcli choir. Re-' ". ) \ '
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a recital at the residence fIr .1':. General Knox. Miss Knox Secretary freshrneutand dancing after the .
Wilson.: Secretary Cortelyou Assistant i concert. Ticket 25; cents. The fol- and BON TON 'Il'JI'1 1 \1( \\Iii

E:. :', under next Wednesday at 3:50: '
I.o>b
Secretary Mrs. Loeli, Dr. John'Isl' I IF' lowing program will be rendered : \

Spring I p. m. \\ Commander. S.:; Cowles.'l I, Chorus.1)uetteMr.. are the most berauae ComfortaMe they lit. I II ))1\ ) .,

Each: member has the privilege ofnviting Colonel L.S.. lirown. General Agent I>orr and Miss White. I I
Southern KaiUay Mcl.atta. Chal'll'sCoUrt.1I I Piano SIo-! Mis STRAIGHT FRONT. ) .

i ; two or three friends and and a representative of the, Solo-Mis Mollie? Covingtou.Brent Ask your dealer to get 'U5 what you want / /f' J ,j ii

honorary members are pecially invited Associated Press and a number of _Take no otUer kind. : 7 'V
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I i Duette-Me ,rs. (.iarfleld and H.

Bargains to be present. The following from!leading Washington.newspaper! \ correspondents Anlerson.Jntsrmnission.. Royal Worcester Corset Co, ;:; /t \ i

will be the program; : 1 : I' J- '
I WORCESTER MASS. / .
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O I'rl';';'a iii. Thousands Sent Into Exile. 1'iano olo-1i:5: Leonard l-: ,.. tc\: 'j

Choru"The Heap ..rs"CIllw. ::. Every year a large number of poorsutrer..rs |i 'jlorr. Ualeott Ander-mi. t 3- .- :; : :-t"--- --- '_ a I (! *'i

14"lo-Miss Maclay. ...,. n __ .- "' :
whose luug. and
sou t-:Soloists. Mi s Xtllie Roberts, ; s are sore Iii

Mi io** L aura March.lthapodie racked with coughs are urged: to iro Male Quartette-Me--r-. Garfield, "
to another climate. ISutthis; i., ciit- Anderson, Hushnell and Anderson '
e"-II..izt- Iy anti not always sure. Don't be an Chum us. $2T.:>. Ie."U: SCIU;" S27n I ;
Mi- llthel: l Marzoni.. OPERA HOUSE k
) ? exile when Dr. Kiu 's New Discovery ::
The launcti tl.e Kaciut
prettie i- ,,
"L'Etaseuiour": -' ardi--Mri for Consumption will cure you atlioii. Reform for I ,!
Coney Island. i 1
Launch. 16 foot one-H. P., seats six -
'. It's tle infallible medicine -
mo"t I I
tJrawner S. F. K.; Hrdwuer. for Coughs; Colds, and all New York. March 31.-C'on'y Island :!,| run very fust.' The Racine Launch i.

, "Sonata; Pathetiqae" -llel'thov-( TlJro'it and Lun jiseas-es: on earth. has been plunged in gloom by the an- ,< is: the one adopted by tlJel aaAnierj II j Friday, April 4th. r I \ \ I

: .u -'olr: n. It. Rutherford. The first tlu,.e brings relief. Astoiindiujf nouncc-rnent that a wave of reform will ican Exposition in Uulfa'o because ,! -
they are the beat, more reliable than I' ::4 j. !
, (1orus-"Nancy' Ma Yellow Rose"S cures re-ult from persi-t- sweep over the resort. Police CoramisJ;J i' other :'Jot-; Annual: Tour of the Legitimate .
any ; they are simple, seaworthy I I
I emit use. Trial bottles free: at W. A.D'Alemberte's sioner Partridge has decided to''1, Irish "
ti..ibd safe and Comedian,
) full guarantee I I
II l H. Pal.ifwxtreet..
\ : .' t I 11. f..I1" :' : < : ..wt lut..rmi".i..u. l'rice Ooc and, fl.W.[ ( Every !bottle abridge the privileg.-s of the Island. Lippm-iri Brothers, Navannali, lla., ,

t .. ers during the summer and, a circular! !are ag uts from the manufacturers.ani J I .
'' ; Duet-"Le Revtil! D'Amour" u.lrlnte'd. I Mr. '
Joseph
letter bearing his signature has bf'pnI carry a stock of these boats at all Murphy
\\)111 l .- .* M: :\ ; ; ; ";,,'i.! :Mi-zkow?ki ;I' -Mrs. Marion Clutttind '', 'ize" f i
Filorate Your Uow.h'lIh t'anrarfti. read to members of the police force, times; : IS ft.. 21 ft., 25 ft.. on i j I I '
HI I o'k Cr<'ptii I r *, ', c.1: '.! nir Miis Klumeier."Merrily hand be I
: Virgie to shipped
at momeut'e
Candy rathnrtir cure constipation forever. calling for volunteers to assist l in the' a ,, :Supported' by a Company of Surpassing .
.: III,', HI i i'c \".it i.All i. I Iloain"--,:Schlfeitfarth I 10c.25c. If C.C 0.fall: druggists refund mon".1I.There's work. notice ; trial given to any one wish. ,I Kxrellenm in his Kver- I i .
I i 1 :
U'iMil, Silk: i 111.1./f/ 1 ; 'i-isich -Mrs.J.C. IVbley. lots of money to be made --.-- lug to purchase. ;I 1'opular 1'lay, I.'I,
I
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LII'J' BR'i
I H.ii-k: / HenriHtu. t.- V.IN.. ,tIllW.I 1 St.:!;; "Faut'inithMis; ;; Louis i aItoulfay. in real tate-I'lt of it. A real estate Having a Run on Chamberlain's CoughI IAS Savannah HERS(ia., I Imlltf | ,

'..I t .it ti7 01:. : sign i is usually a fintrer-board to I Remedy. 'I I --. Il'Iie I
; wealth. Thos. C. Watson & I'.etween the hours of eleven The
\ | Fine l\nlll"'IIIe1. Gow
rterge, "Clara Mia'-l3ruardj-Miss( Htr- Co. tlifl leading iieal<;tate tirm I I Know Oi' Sore r..1II..11y 1erry I
i I''n-k:: .uil liigij; e..l..r-| jut' tI e nice Nicholsoti. have'slime I'II"r which it would o'clock a. m. and clo-ing time at ;1 Lranobstisatec.J.! lu name id Piiu-- .

.- f.r i: i-t-r U >-tuwps.! tr; >c and !| Choru*-"Home, Sweet Irome"VorviciiAccOiflpatii.ts he worth your while tocou ider. Go I uijrht; on Jan. 25th, UM! I, A. F. Clark, ; i

-" t I- it !_>'...' v rd. !' ( Mrs. J. and see them to-day, and don't wait ruggist.: i Gl.1Jerriugs: Va., sold j jwflve J Jluhbet'hofie, all sizes, all\, In-li Pur-Dranu and Mo-t Suece=sifnlj '
j : ever written. A,
till to-morrow. bottles of Chamberlain'sCough
\-\VoolSilfe! :Striped Hapz i M. Flinu and Mrs. Marion Clutter. llpinedy. }{says: "I iiev- the Willis Hardware (Jo..c.SCItOOI I 't'

''I'lor utily -uit.ible for Chorus Director-Mr. J. \\'. :,penc- BUSSE PLACED ON TRIAL er bandied a medicine that sold better M-ITI.IK3: I;: Prices: 25. 50. 75c and $1.00. r

: -:-. 7"j gr.i'lf.u' :-u 41V: yard.wirnnlfii er. --- or gave better ati-faction to my '' I I I J f

pure Bh'kh. Killed Wife and Then Tried to Cremate customers." ThN Remedy: ;; been' At C, \'. lIuiiiipM.irH No. 11 Snulliralalox. I I

La gripp coughs yield quickly to, Body. in ;general use in'irgillia'f..r many \ EveryWoman "
the I.S / .
fl : radtatOI'
: c :
the wonderful curative year: and the people: there are well jsinU-ti lfl I ar.t,!L.40I know '
qualities oFoley's PCS Moines. Ia.. March :31.: 1 Louis Resides I
the ,
I acquainted, with its excellent qti-ili- "taudard lines of sta- :\ '- .)"... at' it U,,,wonderful%
and Tar. There i
3
Jfouey ;I
Hiihso. fbargcd with murdering his tiomrwe have in "
with '
tints en : I" \RMLWIiirlinqSprav
warranted pure) I'.lick.ks nothing el-e "ju.t u;' food." W. A: wife June 18, 1W1. was placedon : I tlf'SIanvof tlif-m have, tf'-tifit' to the remarkable: cur.-- which it has ,,, IV'to'I
S5c; quality, at 65o t) ;lamberte. 121 South 1'alafox c.s: ,.. : n '>l. n, 1.-
per trial at '\Yal II!}' at :9 o'clock this ettected.Vlien you need a good, Royal Crytai Hond.JlllrLl'o '... -.; ".\ \1.." ( "" "'.nl. ,i I ;
treet.
; Holland liond.: '- .-. 1111..1.....",. '. \
reliable medicine fur I -
morning. a cough or cold, .
...
Ludifs' Art Stationery.Foreign A. d.c"I f..Ii 1L 4_ _e 'y
: Colored Silks in Solids.tripes The theory of the prosecution aoutlined ', or attack of the grip use Cliatnber.lain's : i I'i". I Ir-k: ._
3jylia
CREMATION REPORTS VAGUE. Cough Remedy and '' : Mail Etc.Artists' '" tilt M.. ,' II v 5,, <
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are 1. "
: to at 49c. district I 1.-= you '
go by the att(>rn>-y 1 lI.rI..h 1
>
'"''c and Hoc kind to go at that Dusse married his wife in order to certain to be more than pleaded with Meinorunauui Material.Books Oilk-e Ktc.Supplies ;, I'M' ,,'t.'.' I. .'ui,...'> ..i ,'r""I
Rumor the quick cure which it alford For : I" !
cf Negro Being Burned Is Net I I 1'0
Silk Mercerized )IlJra! J Jin i Yet Confirmed. secure $:!.IOO! that she had previously] sale by all druggists and medicine All new and bright. I 1'" '''' ....'" ,

Solid; Colors and obtained in a damage suit for sediu- dealers.; Uuoiu '- Tunes Blilj. N>w York
Savannah. Ga.. March :31.-It is still I t
.. u'oc:; kind, at lie per tion againft; another man. He proposed I i''I
a question as to whtthrr or not Kich- POLITICALANNOUNCEMENTS :
I marriage without any previous .
; ,
ard Young of the : murderers "!
one alleged j Foley's Honey and Tar '
\, courtship or acquaintance and was arcepted. ANTALHIDTliev !
A !I. :Sea I.Lind Percale, 1 of Dower Fountain :
young wag t !. Eighteen: months lat 1 I:1:: ,.c quality at lOc. burned last night a few miles from th: I I 'I 1
charged that he out her throat. placed ;tiny Capsules! superior

i rk colors in yard-wide i city on the Ogeeehee road. her body on a feather bed!. saturated,! Everybody has a ngM: to a little I I tl) lUIiim of C"pLiha, '.j
.
will clo-jp at oc yard. .\ newspaper man visited the s 'ene whole with kerosene and set it of this earth hut -- I Ci-bcto and -
the on r piece they mustfight 1------------------ I Injection' 8)]| ;
Hid! Striped Pique, in of the alleged burning with a man whd fire. Then he loft the house, expecting : for it. They mu-t watch their j I For State Senator. j TVy cure ia 48 hours the : ; f1:

|iiility: at b'c' yard. claimed to have seen the fire an!I it to hum down. consuming th,, chance to get it, and get it. i The friends of Hon. \\'. A. P.lount: 5sLjC JI'II''L'iO' with'Lit inyincone 3

Hoys'1'ants" 2oc grade, ; noted the suspicious actions of those !body. What purported to be a confession I- Thos. C. Watson fc Co. for hereby State announce Senator from him as a candidate I 4 .C-j.'C. can eva, i nf UGGlST$. .
this the
i i who made the negro' the victim of a i was secured from Busse. II I owl Senatorial District See-, .- ''I '
and
horrible holocaust. There was noth have some particularly fine bargains I repect- .. .. ._
'>>' }'.1nt5, 35c and 40c to ofler just now, and they invite j fully a-k the! support of all Democrat --- --- ---'- '" --
ing to prove that Young had been IMPORTANT DECISION.Case < for IJim at the coming I
primary
I r. to come and investigate i, I
I you game.
burned but the view was expressedthat You : I PENSACOLAONSERVA1ORY :
11e4' Oxford Ties, plain will never regret having done I
: some negro nhethrr Young of of Dan Miller, Establishes a Preee- <, For Representative. I '

K: last: .IZe' 2 to S, heels I Il ( another, had been the '.htlm i of Infuriated dent. --. _. -_ I j The friends of :Scott M. Loftin take I' :'

ed, curried over from j men, who fancied they had thj Houston. Tp'.. Marrh 31.-An Important so.A CIBSON CALENDAR candidate this means for of announcing preentative him in as the a I ij ( 1 ijf MUSIC II

jnodi we sold at J2.23: : ; man accused of murder. decision has just been handed >(: Legislature: from Escambia: county, ,

;go at $1.49.: | Officers are maintaining the searcb \ down by the t'nited States circuit ENTERTAINMENT and they desire! the support of all E. O'L' CHAFFEBS Director. t

.-t Black and Full :Seam-: and they still hope_to.find Young. court of appeal! in the ca..e of Dan Democrats in the coming primary.For i

11! -"-. the lOc good*, at Trafn Kills Schoolteacher. Miller, a minor from Texas who en- The Junior Guild of Christ church Representative. t

I! Indianapolis March 31.-Miss Katie llstfd in the array at San Antonio i I will give a Gibbon Calendar entertainment The friend of Henry C. Clopton Piano Voice Culture, Violin !

.-' Ilack; and Full :Seam-' Cofer. a !schoolteacher of this city, without the consent of his parents de at Clutter's Music Hall on announce him as a candidate for Organ.Cornet, Mandolin, Guitar

t ti I -*', the 15c and L\IC was today run down and killed\ by a sorted, was arrested and is now in jail the evening of April, with music, representative! in the Legislature Cello etc. ,

11 Big Four passenger train while walk. pending thp decision of the court dancing and refreshment Tickets from Escambia county and request Also Director Pensacola t
u" c. It i 50 cent Remember the date. the support of all democrat in the Concert
Important
regarded M so -
ing along the track to her school. The matter was i
A
t Children's Fast lUack coming democratic primary. Band and Elite !

,!..11',1 Hose, lOo grade i heavy wind was blowing and she did that special attorneys were Orchestra. I. J I

ii i: not hear the engineer's warnngOSTETTER' sent by the government to argue thecae II CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH Brass aDd String Music Furnished I

---. ---- and a precedent 1 Is established by EHNYRGYAL PILLS :

lii-hildren's: Fast P.lackiinless No Appetite- the decision. The court holds that : 11 GF -.SAFE.Orlii.. .>...*.."..'.Ui.fy I ..II.!"I..*...L.rr.I* James Hughes. ill Occasions ; f
Hose, al-o colors ,
i
the enlistment having made the prisoner fee ClllCHKsTEKKN4.L1MI Address
-' >' grade, this sale He.I S Peel Tired a soldier notwithstanding his minority } ,. KM..> ..I. ,.IJ ._..all.. t" m ..... : Ecambia Hotel. i
I CEUSRATED amenable to the military :_-t4: J n.With..'....n"t.. K m.1......u..ihrr.. ... RrfvM Imltmy FOUNDRY, Htudio: Parlors of Fit Baptist )
hi l It .. 1'
t
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-- Cant Sleep- I |I I / W ** *. *. "p nr wnggM or..4 4 i Church.Mobile .
\ law the citizen, who Is a minor Jf. *.ta.p *> Partlrtilftr. Y".I.1o I ,. _
as
just \ .. .... Machine
i uivise to cut this I ..S-K.II.rforl..dl..Ie... .. bI. : Shop & Boiler I
you Nervous is amenable to the civil law. The parents """- ,Li bn4 'II.U.... i .0. .......... 5.4., -r-

1 :'rJll,; it with you and in other words cannot prevent the law's enforcement .It1sitkii," Ilsit., .t.btIi.......... ("IIII.I.-k.I.-. 6'C.., Oysters '

!1.,1 question about getl In either case. Works, I '1

Spring Fo-er. I ifej CURE YOURSELF IG..naw.4 DELIVEREITOA':-.Y '.. \ ,1PARTOFTHECITY
'lat above i '
prices. I Take a few doses I. Kow. .\,-" Your Bldaryi I CEkU_ tMBiGfnrocnIt5rs1! No. 801 S. Palafox Street, I l I rFXNE
1 Pr Hobbs'' &rMusP11I.cai*&llVl.. 'alDo I >u di.ch.rge..th5sasi.tiou.
-r Legal Sales, p irnutiott or olcfrtrlan 'Itt7IT. '
of the Kitten. U tie free. Add. rliog !Red Cu..t'aas( or N J.C r MtUKncwn. el moeooi mrDbrmsM.rnmu PEXSACOLA 1 : "
will stir the ----- I Cwi4 t I H. up A. S T O TI. :IA.. | \TNcEbsilcHErcstco.lcuLTo. eatet oi oBO.j. UnIOn RESTAURANT!
I'I
STOMACH stomach and 8&rs the Ito Kri Ya Hate Aays c'r !: I : 1.14 by Drii1iti, j Saw Mill Work and Re- !
ravnerI eftt t
liver and make .0.8.4. of $&(I Frank L.
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yt?+# b zpic... prepi4 (, Wilde
.1* or 3 boftl... !3275. :
feel .
v better.I51TERD
you I pairing
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:at: Palafox St :, I Circsu Ica$ ea a Specialty. Proprietor, OpPolite Union I Depc.l. '







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?li THE HAIL Y< NEWS:r' PENSACOLA I ; FLORIDA., TUESDAY, APRIL 1, 1902I

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I THE DAILY NEWS : i i'ALile' Its Canaiiai Parliaieit I.........NNNIHNNNN i STRaNGEST IN THE WORLl 1 :

BUSY TIMES
II 2
EDITORIAL
; is in Session Ottawa PeDDle I i SOME .

!n Entered at the Tost Office at Pensacola I ;
:. ris.i second Hear of a Mm
s if, ON THE DOCKSThe iN1NNNNNN+INN+ N

,', OFFICEHtt'i Building :I1'j Bouth Ending December 31st 1901 of
: Cure ,
1 | alatoi: itreet up-italrs. >
I Always That Way.


]j") THE NEWS PUBLISHING Editor.CO. I present week will be one of |It' is a Rescue from Suffering i' best The time Florida Florida editors tan afford are having at Pensa the I TUB B B UITB +B IrB' U SS UBAI PI BCE B SOCI ltTt


ii I. B. HILTON, Managing ,longshoremen cola. The city has thrown herself

; W. M. BALL, Business Manager as the Gulf Transit Co. alone and Death Effected byPAINE'S wide-open to receive them.-Gainesville Assets .. $331,038,720

1 I has six steamers! at the docks taking Sun. u.

Term: Invariably in Advance i!J0 n and discharging cargo. In addition Reserve and Other Liabilities 259.910.678I

f i ...... $5 00 i The Seats of the Mighty. I
One Year b Mail
> to those now at the docks, sev-
til Montbi .. 2 50 Tampa is the seat of the great Ha- j
Oat Week by Carrier Payable Monday 10Ad't1Iirg e ral others are expected during the i j surplus (From which! Dirileii( are Pail) $ 71,129,042Paid ,
cigar industry in the United I _
i 1 week and the export figures for April (Celery i ==== =::;-
Compound tates, its factories employing six j
[ Rates Furnished on Application I to Policy-holders in 1901 $
I j, will figure near the two millien dollar j i i workmen and producing 1:;0,- 27,714,621

mark. i 1 THE GREAT SPRING MEDICINE. 1000O O cigars per 'par.-Tampa Tri I ]New Insurance in 1901
I IPEBAOOLA $245,912,087Total
TELEPHONE NO. 118. .... .... ... .
At the west side of Commandancia bune.
i
.- I : Ins. in force Dec. 31, 1901, $1,179,276,725
APBIL ) 1902 wharf are the steamers Hannah MR. ALFRED BROWN A Georgia Example. j I

5 1. Bell and Winifred. The latteris I The court has decided that Notwithstanding the greater financial strength of the Society ai a
I supreme
A Prominent and Popular Gtiren Says: which its policy-holders
security thereby
the
WITH the "colonies" on a silver taking cargo for New York while I| the Rome Georgia, dispensary is legal greater enjoy RATE

r f basin. Coin Harvey may look for a the other is taking a cargo for Ham- i i j "After the Use of Pake's Celery Compound 1 : and on April 1, tbe barrooms in Rome LOW and GUARANTEES better than given by ether companies

I colonial l appointment. '! burg. I Am Now in the Best of Health." will close and the dispensary will be I

put in force. Georgia is acting widely i i iin KNDWLES BROS. Gen. Agents
I It this weather doesn't start the i t j jHuuday The Uriate No. 1 is also moored at. The greatest of modern physician ,
I getting prohibition where it can be i
hchool pic-nic into bud I Commandancia wharf loading for ,, Prof Edward E. Phelps, :\ ,: 309 H. Palafox Street. PEN SACOLA FLA.
obtained, and-accepting the dispensary .
, 1 there' no virtue in "un hine. i Genoa. Phosphate rock will form a D.. L.L D., after years of long prac- where prohibition will not tarry. t|,r ._.
1 ---- ---
lice and close scientific study, I It la a teal 1'lPBMirr
gave Orlrntal Hortribor
: large l part of her cargo and W. :'1.i Gainesville News. i:
'. THE "election of May '>.') a; Cubalodepeudence n :'to suffering and diseased men and The type of horseshoe common in the to us to speak favorably of V.:

; Day" was not made i i Harris: representing Tennessee i' I er, known almost universal: ',
, women his marvelous, life giving1prescription ii i Tallahassee, You Mean. orient is a plate totted so as to co er :

t with reference to Florida's 'Eutauit shipper, i is in the city giving personal with the conviction 1 ,' the entire bottom of the boof. with a good and safe remedy for bother _
Tampa is the place to hold the next: pains of the body. It.- ,
cipatiou Day ---- : attention to the -hipments. and positive knowledge that it hapeculiar' d ''state fair. She can comply with requirements I perforation the in the uorwhhoe center. The is weightof three- able not only for colds in t': If

1 virtues and ample powersto average but for various;; summer c<>
This will also for
;' Tilt literary features of the Pre*s' gentleman ship cure, after the terrible verdict "incurable" 1. 2 and 3 without a cent I fourths of a pound. The nati\e Muiths and should be in every fan:

Bulletin are conspicuously creditable 'his company a large amount on the ''uf expense( and if she doesn't think usually cut these plates' from sheets of casualty which demands,
was uttered the medical
notwith-uuding the di ficul- steamship: Manchester Importer by it worth more than the fourth requirement wrought; iron and ruddy chaise them come unaware: -.Christian \
practitioner i 1 fur the in \ie\v. There io; but one PaiukilllD.lvis' !
purpose
ties under which! the editorial :>tat t which is moored at this dock she's not as uptodate as she ,
.
Thousands of the strongest testimouiah I i, Price 25c and Vi I,
labored. l looks. As for the fifth .
and! sixth reI I
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the dock from the best known '
At Tarragona street the and Tot 'I ul.

J Spanish steamers Udala and hortzir- most reliable men and women of our cruirenients| any village could! comply. 1 I "The word 'J't'\i\'t'r' sK-Ils) the same OIL STRUCK'You :
Tilt leading editorial a late i strike oil
in -- can
country fully su-tain the claims I i Tampa has only to speak for it if she I 11 backward or furR arJ." by ui..
.u* of the Ta'Mpa Herald was head Bat are discharging sulphuric ore made; by Dr. Phelps regarding his M.: Pryur'big furttltur.and "
1 wants it. Does she?-Omrier-lnfoini-' ItI as the frivolous man who s-i>oke.: 22 We-t Uovernn
.-d "It H a I'.eut." "I t" did not ref rom Huelva, and when this is till- Incomparable !Paine' Celery Com ant. |i "Can you think of anoihtrV" We have nothing but b.t'i; :/L : 1'".

ttr to the secretary of the PreA;.. pound. The serious man scowled frllmIbis fer in all classes, ,
i-hed the Ud.Ua: will load for Leghorn One of the mot convincing up ; of fnrlll"j''
proof
r 1
pold..lU"n.t Only One Day. j ] neuspaper."Tut miss them.
__ furnished, comes recently from I
and the other one will go to, a "
gentleman widely known in the capital The Tampa Tribune sapped its loral I lit! he cneil contemptuously
t l'U.HU'I..' i; to pull oil a mill New Orleans for cargo. city of the Dominion of Canada. And they rode on in Mlence.! I
political pusher long
enough
, ;" between Fitz-iiniiions and JtlTnes. U'e refer to Mr. Alfred Brown ill pen I YOU SHOULD SAVE
!
:
The'panih steamship Oanagan- to get in one day's work in booming "
Why did tie fXpollionlllaulgemelltf' : O'Connor St.: Ottawa Onto Mr.i Don't Let Them Suffer.
: gorda is due Thut-day with ;Wx) tons;:i J Urowu's letter fully demonstrates the town..-Gainesville >nu. I 'rf f[ I THE GREAT
I".
nut go to tne :rs.euate fur some Often children are tortured with
the fact that the sufferer
greatest
of sulphuric acid ore from Huelva. i i i
.j purely home talent": mop cast off his or her burden of t A Newspaper Chain. I It itching and burning eczema and AMERICAN DOLLAR
other kin
di-ea-m
i"i but liucklen'sArnica
,. She will take return cargo. di-ea e and become well, strong,and I Hilson! and RIISS have so tied Tallahassee :i
'r us. Lake Ruder Bulletin tell ..f f i happy. Ir prove, too that the 1 Salve heals the raw core.
and I'en acola each other
to
a citizen who rai-ing "cotI I great medicine maintains more whenever can, and
purposes NAVAL STORES (fleetly than ever before its unrivaled[ that the local news of one city is of I without acar.. Clean' fragrant, you y.
J ton trees" from obtained in i ifl I can do it
slips i cheap there' no-ahe on earth aIgood. easy by buyiuzyoui:
place in the estimation of people of T 1 local interest in the other. Presently j J
Texas. I'.etttrend to India and wealth and social well Try it. Cure guaranteed iun-, Fishing Tackle Kiev
standing
as
a s 5
; there'll be a discussion as to which j Only 2;:e atV.. A.
i { pet nome young breadfruit trees. RECEIPTS FORTHREE with the masse Mr. Brown 9:1)'i- D'Alemberte's cles SPOUTING and ATHLETIC
"I is the rite and which the suburb and i I 1211'i. Palafox street.ATTENTION.
acknowledge with thankfulness t GOODS: of every
Ii Tilt CI..hJf'iIIun: says that the and pleasure the fact that I :have then the population of fhattahoorhee i -- ----
dell e,option from F. B. Bruce
-14 Florida editor at Pensacola were: YEARS been cured of a very painful illne!' will luc'rpase.-Hal'tow Comier-Infor I I
j the Special Sporting Good-
of
eight years' standing by use of _
gettlugju-t what they went for. mant. I
I
.. i i Paine's Celery Compound. I had, Dealer. A full line of Tennis -

r Morn, McCreary, much more. Homef I ic during the years of my illness tried I An Erroneous View. !i rillPLKY LIGHT INF.3NTILY'You Golf. Base Ball, Ping;
r > them got-but we won't tell tales The fiscal year in the naval stores i almost all the advertised medicine i}
t I The Tampa Heralds position in ref will a-enblp at the Pong Punching Bags, DumbBell
cut of IoC hool. business end March :Jl. The re- without deriving any good results Hall
.- _-- i was also treated by several of the ensues to Senator Tahaferro working :i\ Armory Tue-day night. Indian Clubs Exercise

.'" A .\!>II IllS journal announces I ceipt of spirits and rosin: at the port t t best doctors of this city hoping to for an appropriation for deep water at j J L I fatiguu April 1-t uniform at S and o'clock Ie in ; elegant line of Bicycles -

that "KIXI.J circulation{ I; e--eutial[ of PeusacoU for the three years end find that one of them at'least, would 1 :Miami is as childish as it is helflMi. gins for company muster and J- Tires and ill classes of
understand
:J to tli. growth ..f. the hair.. It 1 ; i ins March -U, 1sK) L'!+ol and I Ii rj. .'I was getting my cae.worse, and was told I Senator Taliafeno is just as much obi inspection. It is important. sundries; big lot of Edison

doe.u't appear to have had much of- were a* follows: I was incurable. 1 was indeed in hgated 1 to do what he can for :Miami .- ent that and every no member excuses be will pre be'' and! Columbia Phonograph

I feet upon -oine of the Pre-s As"ocia- i'!! critical condition. I could not go as he is to woik in the interest of i !*** recognized! unless obtained -old on instalment ; fine lotNew
IfXK) lOCH 1902 I from the house alone, I liable '
as was
'I MII
I lion's lulU-headed_ evtitors. (Spirit*, cak !.> I-Nj 4n.111Ruin W.Ttiti; I to sudden collap-e. I tried hopitaltreatment I Tampa. lie is doing; both and woik-'i in advance from the commanding "IC at prices cheaper
-- -- orlicer. CHAS B. PAKKHIM,, than end otf for.
j ca-k-. 1:';.t-4MJ ItJ'.MOl 54.315: I but no relief or good rei mg faithfully and hard.-Gainesville you can
.1 A I'KoMiNh.M naval stores operator ,suits Com. Co. {i. 1st Reg. Infantry F.H.T. All goods delivered in -
The number of casks on hand : came to me. I could not sleep ; Sun perfect
says that :"iiceiit turpentine i+ a i anything that I ate increased mils c order and guaranteed.

ennui fr..uk, and i hy no means indtcatlv March ::n, for the three years was a agonies ; I extremely weak, reles. -%- DAUGHTERS OF Mail order promptly hand ,_

of st. ble prices" or higher 'follows : tired and despondent; wa- lurnlnic n sharp rnr11PP. 1 led. (Jet my prices. before
obliged to walk about with hands On onc.ision a ;:oat public' dm- '
; vahirs, .\ ;.11.. of "iDbirrels can It xl J JI I'.HKI imji: line! : pressed; firmly into my left my Vide to 11'1'a... 'given to Isiic Hull by thr THE CONFEDERACY buying;:, you will save by It. _'; ,

the iUotaion| and often doe?. Spirits, ca-ks. KHI 1 :!.i7 l 100 (eae my pain ; my feet and hand town ..t HoMt.n.I and, he WliI asked tc. i i,I -
I R.n in. ca-k- 2:{ ksi 123H5 L'0,115J
were cold continually ; had inclina kit for his picture to Gilbert: Smart thp ]
Tilt: administr-ition: now has -till J tion! to vomit had profuse cold I celebrated artist who was a creai ,1 The 1'1'11"1.,1:1 Chapter of the

, auother race problem on its hands A VALUABLE- MEDICINE sweat i ;, quick breathing and wouldbe l>Ku.tri.: Wlfii Hull viMK-d his studio United' Diuiiliters the Confederacy F. B. Bruce

lu th. I>ini-b i-lf<. And therhancfri For Coughs and Colds in Children i time.racked with pain for hour at a MII.III "iol. CTIMI, delight In entertain. will hold their regular monthly ,

are that it w ill! befilled in "'I 1 have not the -lighte-t heitancyj. "After the regular use of Paine'- fits; him with :inecilotes nf his Knglish: ) mt'ptillWfotnf'day! April 2, at II

much the -sum wsy th.it the 1'f'lIpleuf recominending Chamberlain's (Celery Compound for a time, I am /MIHJSS.torus i>f th- \l r'iis! uf Tin- o'clock. in Mipenntendent N. B. 15 S. Palafox.

the (s.utb ln\e -titled theirK -. J t'ouuh K"inedy to all who are Buffering now in the best of health have goods | and the Iuoucss <.f That which shoRed :( (Cook's otti e. All members are requested

from coughs or cold*," ta '! i appetite. and can use any kind of ho,,' elegant was the "..('i'If K. ..
\ Ktituiiin Florida know thkrulalnaul'I'eIgueot r '('h"". M. Cniiuer, I:-ya well knownwalch i food. Thank God I am my old elfoncl' f which he had hero accustomed. I to h pressor.Mt.3.A I

Marion countyand ,' maker, ot Colombo Ceylon < more, all through the use of I-ntortuiiaiely in thc midst! lo( thi< I .""IE LhBtKON: I-: : ;
"It ha- beenome two years "inct'III. Paine's Celery oinpound." MK-. F. C. BKAW.NKK, Pre.. :
t.
when he told an ( to.il.t H miter .' Cry Dipentry fir-t" called my -*- graild.iir .l II"'- MIMII. who did; rots I

man alter. recent ,vi-it to the capital. attention to this valutble: medicine BEWARE of 'nutation* of liKmcndc 1.1111Ihat tlll'l'I':1" a sucr.| c-amo in I| :-'y.

!. Hut "th. pre-ent adutiui-tra'- and I have repeatedly: used it and it Ask tor and take only U+amun d.! will her .Iproll oil Illld hiT head tied r

thou haling nn illustrious line of haalwiys: been beneficial. It has up with liandkenliirf fr-'in the k ml iii. They Work While You Sleep.

cured me quickly of all chest cold l LARGE WHEAT SHIPMENT en Mini <'riwl! out ")';.d }oct mean to''
tradition to tell |hark uP' II."f'I1I.-, de.terniined i '''hi I. mind and l
It is e-pecially. effective for childrtnand Iii\c that leg of mutton 1."ill'.ll.r roast i : 'your body rc t Cas-

to make traditions of it, -eldoin takes more than one bot- TO MANCHESTER] HIV I carets Candy Cathartic repair your
;
Of II. I he, -tateil tie to cure them of
a elfeidellt toarene II't'r..uad'II
clige-tion liver
proposition 1' bowels
wliuli Stuart replied! with great I jour your ,

, \nave: lJ1f'dkll1tal.d many they to try are thisaluable allis 1 The L fi N. elevator was steamed |>riM-nrt tif nund I. -.\"k }our mistress.' !'j )put them in perfect order Genuine

, well -- tablets: stamped C. C. C. Never sold
t'ol l. of the l're pleased as my-elf over the this
s A.uciatiI1Um..III1 up morning and is
today engaged
The IVarl llnntrr i i in bulk. All l
results. Forile, by all druggists snrrth.n. ; druggists, ice.
> -r K invent d a fearful gair on and medicine dealers. in placing 40l") hughe's' of Tliipe.irl I Inn lI'rs of IWIllal and the1fldiaci'iit I

one of their brethren from an in i- wheat the 1 Islands have a peculiar: superftiticm
on steamship Iauche..terIlI1pllrt
trtioreWtltty where water i.. Ii milescarce. Tliix \\ ill Imprest lthrra. When Lucy" opm sin-||> in Pocket cutler and scissors

.\* the -tory j goes, he wasumming < lr Mother. t.rav'itwett l'O\\lI"r for Chi 1!- r. which vessel arrived Sun- search of pearl thej" take e\t-ry ninth from the finest to the 's T .i.LIl i
-n'urn h-vrrt.hnese,
the provi-iou made by 'It-fthiUK l'h.r.I..rs. lnk up t'.mhtomach t olds, move. day. The gram his been in the CIE i. find wlietlier it be hirue or sni.iil. and (cheapest, at the H"i II islal'dll'ltre

I ihr K-cambii: : Oil ('o. for baths i in "Worms.nd rrgul TlI"f nrrtrlnlf.the Itowi-ls lrr and:11.1.1.1){ I'estroyi teitlHHinmlH. ,i vator for oiiie time, but when takenout !putjt'mto l a buitle which i Is kept. corked / Co. High Up Meals !

.\. ,:11 .' with a dead man's: tint,'r. Fhc I
the hot ;
water from Ihl'.11., and ex- druggists 1'I"mple1I1Iul..d 1I
Y'Kh)."" .VddrenAllcu h. CUtnhtfd. today was found to have been i in; pearl in the vial are known as "seed I 1 but not high up price Good (< '
claimed "Ain't that line I lxluy y.
I 1 can the tno-t excellent tate of pre.ena.tion. : pcarli"or "liieednipj; pearls" and the good cooking; and good |service h
! hardly wait for fMiurday! m.'ht :" native Honieose nrmly believes that'': very ordinary charges. 1
If :
you want a nice present to give @ 81 B1
I !
to a friend and look tliey will reprculili their kind. Tor e\ ,
IA' ,,, go through the
( .li'nt' ,
hauiiiiounced The 20111()
:
next shipment i i.* expected to ITII Century
elegant line of suitable articles at cry pearl put into the vial two grains; I

that be ha< built atone wall around J.I.Stephens: you purely can find3omethiug' be a solid cargo for Liverpool. a-. e X- ff rice are throw'n In for the pearls to PLANTS -. :,
Ihtll'tatt'.f Delaware, and will Uctallr uti
yet to "feed I =
please If
I!' you. you elusively noted in these colu111n"y".terd.1Y upon. I i
tl' Ire thl'I'u.tl'. want anything in the Diamond line
h'I'ft-.t-lIlall"t' III ( :Smite* whites in Hornet) believe asfirmly !
PLACE
' Which be sure to see him before you buy.Hood's afternoon. ORDERS NOW FOR i has become famous through itd I
recall the description of ----- -- -- I in the super-tition as the natives iI .
I IlItor. but de-erves to be tav'+,.-ar
that state iri\en by I Infillof: Kan- IM'.il'ncsh <1'unn/t< !N> Curl'tl do. and almost every hut along COLEUS andSALVIAS : known through+ the superior qu... .

:. .M. a+ having/ "two rountiewhenthe by local application-( as they cannot the coast hlc us "dead timrc-r" bottle of all Its meals, (;"leanline"daintiness <

tide i* up and three when titidy Sarsaparilla reach the ili-ea-nl portion of the with from nine to fifty sc. pearls and PLANTS. ale features of our tl.rcjom. I. '
ear. There is i only twice that numlx-r of rice irraln .
one vay to cure nine
I Idown. The foundations of 11:1. \\...n11..1.! '> f.il Ili'Votid the' dl"I.t
:
that
d..afll"aud
'l.t' iby 'constitutional ifully and evenly! sitnveil away aw'sng:
""I hl" wall. like that of hn hopemust of adveiti-ilii! : onlx renndieDeafnesJK cau-ed them. Miss Violette Moreno ''.h"np.1.& .
,
7 HI id" mud hy an inrlanifd condition
the -
Thei' '1'0'.I i \\nnilfrful plll'nrih !: mueous ---
:1 liiiinar of the hu-tachiau'I'uL: p. Ito ton llrllrtp In Ian.ler Pearl & Nicolau.
323 West
i-xplaiiii'd: bv it- unap pi OK liable I When tintube Nmtlamed Gregory Street
On
you have the s-ubjec-t of ghost the 'illap
1 ROAD WAS M, .1. ,tumblingound or imperfect T- is ,Ii\ ill..1. Niinc" 1", 'I'It.' beir the "In..s.lihu ( Ph n" '.- '. 210 t/0). Palafox rt.I ; .
in;:. and \\li.-n it i i- entirely clo-ed 1
P.-i-ed upon a J'1."ripion which lij a IniM assertion that "11I..r'I'u't .
11tfup.i"i the te-ult. ailulIl.! .. I
"
*
MADE PASSABLE cnird petiple! ,'onsuicrxl iururabeHood's the intlammatioii can hp taken out sjch things: all' tliem as s-ez they
'
'
:lid this tube r. -toreiito it-; normal:' sees ?!? o'j thinks urn does" Killcrs. lir'ililidl & llaell'

--- Sarsaparilla {condition hearing will be de-troyed mole .Millions, are of +opinion that. I I

I'ultis the bctknounejrctabli': ri'iu- forever; nine. case. out of t n ..irecaused i 'tIn-r'uo+1 l I.e irhostes or ther' niedn'i : '%%%%%%WV* land "Lester" J'innos

General Manager Evan: < of the: I I.' by catarrh. which I nothing they had nexc-r !','Iwltl any theniselu-s: ) i
j 1'11.1's,1 1 1' -iii'h a loiiiliinatioii. prupor'u but an inflamed condition of the but ihr; knen folks who had.Tli !II I
Ji N informed local railway tit '' 1 : a'i'1 BASE BALL I are unequaled in sweetness "f '
.
1 or; l prongs ;a to hair iuratie'd : mucous surface dictum of one hardy skeptic jj
tht. morning: that the portion We will One Hundred Dollars I durability lonir standing in tui >
ro:' ] power peculiar to itef.iii !give worth 'Hi'tiunr as an example of are preferred

J iu Alabama which had suffered fr. I|I It- c'ir i of -iiofula, (oivftna p"ori- for any ca-that of Deafness cannot be'canedIcatarrh' curea bV hv .hr"\\llr'a-"III11<:: "I .hl UII't" l Is.he\e .n ft. ?< SPORTING t i + ,I I' Agency for by leading niu-n' 'Uet.

tt"ott.., had been fixed and that traf 8'.i.| and evertkind of bunior. awell 1( Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for ci Ihostr.ati.irh'said he. 11'byshoUldr" A'U r "Chickeriug
and
a- -uiairli and rlIt'Ulllali-III-'I'l'\'t. ciilar : free. I. seem" 1'1I11t'r sin notlunk! wuss. r "Crown" piano

flc wa! uninterrupted. | F.J.CHEiE\&Co., Toledo l O. nor meseif all nie life Inn;? I looks at ; ; In '
; Athletic Goods ] i piano-players wehavet'ie!
AM delayed mail from Saturday [ Hood's Sarsaparilla Sold by Drnggist3.Sc.; ,t this \\.ij, luk',..., 'If sa be as they be fjiAT gems," -Apollo1' and -Ctcihau: ,,1

gone to the rich place 'tt.s earth i
and MiuJiy arrived this mornuiL'', I i lime bc-t hl".ll'l1rili'r ever piodur( "d. sure r'iJ. :;
CONFEDERATE VETERANS. a.s they won't keer to c-ouie bark year | The celebratedVictor Mot jI
and two trl.'III'rt' necessary by car- !I' I'- i :In"'' of dvit j p-IM. :fits of apj etiti : ajren If s.i lie :t.. they Ix- one to t nth. M. I Talking Machine the flcr-t
an I'i l tii.it, nud fee'iny' ; intki: it the -"' COE'S ; i II i world
ilrrs to deliver all the delayed mat cr. they wun't !let 'urn come, b.essIjindoii j i
,{.Tcati-.t .t..mad. Mn; and 1 -ti.'iith iRegular monthly meetin of Camp 't't': ".- BOOli'1om:. ft. ;
ic-toicr theoild SINY'tatUC I Violins, Mandolins and;(.llj'
. ter. h.c,1' kn -\\ n.Hood's Ward. U. C. V., this evening at s -.. -- /!1 jl jlF I reduced price;.

TO CURE A COLD IN TWO DUS ,<, Sarsaparillai o'clock. A meeting of special importance. i- Anew thing in Phonograph*, just

'as." Hronio 'jjlnloirfinom ,I I.u. 1 i I 1. J.W. FRATER, OUt. Go to Bruce'; and sea it. -- JTke I Ioley's
(te | a tlioroutlilv g-"I media' in Ic_in (Clutter llnsic Home

, ,.'Ma. .....1'rlerCPnt.e: M 4r.ee..Ignatarn. ou t'rr\y'' to take it TODAY', fief; HOOD'a.:) .J:. V. THO)"' ,,:'i'. Com'd'r. Pj-ny-Kaloam !=top the Tickling, Kidney Cure; I I

r= Adjut 1nt. and Qu;ckr s ia milamma'
}s as la ti*'trwk tithes dreys and Hinder r1zht.
: l'12-IMIj: Palafox! St.Ii .
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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA, FLURIDA, TUESDAY APRIL 1, 1902.


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MARCH EXPORTS B. H. FAIRCHILD, THE WEATHER : MARITIME IF YOU BUY THEM AT BOSTON SHOE STORE, ''I I F'I

tr r n o XJJB: T u n. 33 n. I

..- THEY ARE GOOD j 1. 1
38 EAST ROMANA STREET.
TO-DAY HFORTH
FOREIGN PORTS Cornet Worn and
SRIMINTS10 Refinishing Furniture o For April to date .. .. ....__ ._M1,7> --


VALUED AT Sl.218,473. Specialty. j, AKR1VED.
liono 40G.
LOCAL FORECAST! talr tonight/ and Wednesday !I AustfsBettjr.SSM.raraTichSew Orleans, '

-- R. K. WHITE -I II'at'bmabr ; light frost probable tonight; diminishing ,I I put in tor bunker coal- I 1902 SPRING AND SUMMER 902| ;:ifI

.
,'rrwl! t'.r i port during last: northerly winds. i SAILED k

Nor 6! Sanna, Christensen Tampleo
?i *o .t.aw.'dp"' | "' a total ton. Manufacturing Jewelerand Temperature in last 24 Hour: Tug Echo, Fernandez, with barge Trojan t

ifll aDd /: stung i.e1.. Graduate Optician, Maximum ...... ....... .. ... .... degrees I, for J ucaro
..... Minimum ........ ..... ..._.. .....degrees IF YOU WANT Till: LKADINC I STYLES IX r ;
aglr.tiatP tUDDJICI of ai!\\1T. .1 .....111 ftUfdi Ii". PriucoU, FUUeaJ CLIABID. 01
It e. Span ssUrlateNo 1, is5: !. Gary by Gull

! ..'.-J during the mouth 1 Ii Temperature Elsewhere : Transit To for Genoa, with 5uu' tqr bales
, t.. '-,. cottonI'llk.lloots.! 150 bbls turpentine, .
, f .r luUi tonuai" of :40: ,- Mai. Mln. 8,1X10 tons phosphate lock :JJOIIPC' oak .
_
.:..? Atlanta .... ........ ............5: 36 staves value $->lH7 Low Cuts t
..III1D. 1P..rlof an al'. : Bismarck .. .. ....... .......:>, l. Aust ss Betty ."9!4. ParaUcb by Gulf tt ;
A, a NEWS' Chicago/ ..... .....,.. ... .... 4. :SSI 1 Transit Co for Venice, with ..u tons coal,
.. :bate uf 14,\"'4. 1 NOTES'i{I, Cincinnati..... ..,.._. ._. .... .... 44 84Ua value ttKJO
,'-+, ;I eston_?... ...... ... ....._W\ 62 Nor bk Coimbatore.:!!. f orenten, by S SI
t:. in fnr-.fjClllort.{ lIR' trl'- Huron ... ... ... .......,......... S4 ri: I L Co; for Buenos Awes, with IJHUl s It
'
(|I Jacksonville ........ ...m 40 lumber value J,7ipoAinscbClara
in- iiS1"ITL and were L- ... kansasItty _.. .. .... .. ... t* su barton, 45. De Brut by Pa Curs Swell.
-- Key West ... .. NI M \ rodl & Co for Cardenas with :iO.c._' ft lumber Buy They are

t1ll4wa: Memphis ... ..... .. ....... 04 i* ,and miscellaneous cargo value Sill:
." j IA the new ad of the Meyer .Mobik- ..... .. .. .. e. 44 .j 1 ,
1 VTSl 'I Htioe Co. Montgomery .O i
.. ,, New Orleans ...... .....64 M THE SHIPPING. ,
h 11I..11I' 1[: Sew lori .. .....4H :11I \ I r
.. .IIA.u= The K-cambu hotel started a new I\I savaunab .. .___. .. .t> 41, F88ELH IN PORT.STEAMSHIPS. .
....u reK'Hter tins tnoruiug. i Ht. Louis . .. .4. S4 I
BOSTON SHOE STORE
I' rYf
i
TIMII J. t'.l'f ltJt.'r's steam bakery will II NAVAL BTOKKS MAUKtn ber Ceres, li: -i,Clausen to W sKeyserdl; : I
Co
/JU' tI open for bti'inei.9 ainVedne,,- I Hep
taw day iiioriilDR, April 2ud.mall CoDutch NATHAN G. FORCHEIMER. Prop. t
","77 Union Naval Store Go.BOHIH. Dordrecht. 1.: .Visser.to orderbr
Hannah M Bell, m.. maw. to Uulf tI

IGYwISr'4i A liou e near: the jug;: factory WW ... ........ : .. Transit Co I
sls ..
H. II iJO ., :
wa J-ttroyed by fire this inornin;?. WG......... .30 \i; .. I 451: Dunwody Uer Indred A Co Horn 1 !, Jensen, to I'.abrj See Styles in Windows 111] Smtll PalalOI StFEfl.

UWNJHi.. _...... .. .
s _
..
.e : F. .... 1411E .
An al:trin was turned in from box 4M!' Br Manchester Importer, *St 1. Uundos
.. ,
1 M.. ... :! p;; E -- I X, f -
Gulf Transit
':.- at HO:| o'clock.'the I -- .... ........ :! 4.: U ..... ... 1 :kI J to ber Neptune,Co U'Ji, Brink to W S J.eysl'r
.... .. ...... _
1. ''' 1 .5 C A below...... 1 al'.1 4 Co I .'''' 1 : regular monthly meeting of ,I j tPIIUTI TUBPE'ITUn-4. Am Feni>acola, I'.".". Leech, to Gulf Tran >
*. To r LTm JHt -- *- &&
I sit CoSpan I H b Y
;.?*, the l.ulicV Heiievolent Society of L'rlateol, P'1.'Gray, touult Transit w m r U U. i
The Old Man'i Adtanuages. 10
;.IM i IVmple I'.etli-Kl: will be held tomorrow \
Span t'dalal:5HAzquetato6ulfTransttCo :
r.i't.t. 1 A man pat fifty eon do with lesssleep I
afternoon at 4 o'clock. ;I 5 J
.!.1.rostra.;, I ] than \OUIIPT; men. lie can en- AmMnifred| Armstrong to Gulf Trans I II
After
Winter's Storms and
The Auitmn tain-hip Betty arrived lure greater steady i and prolonseilhtmtn ;; sit Co Wi* ;fi-m **
,
I Span its X.ortzirak Hat, l r>\rgacha. I
'.110'''' in port this morning from New lie cnn IHHT his bunion lay to Uutr Transit cO and January Thaws? '

'1,1IIi I Orlwun for hunker coal. rhe \i-, i(1 after day with It"->. treed nt rr<'nation. S-HIPs. ,I ; I 1j .

1 JttII:110I' The but lie It Annihalf I ;!. Rittore. 10 order 1 'Jli .
'i joune moan < anprint" I firing it to u-> and 1 we will put it in
\ bound for't'uict' Tne-te and
It anloo, la..I;, Ma-io, to Robasco Bros
I cannot "tay" like the innn with brain '
-- Fiume. HARKS ( f I hip shape and good condition for i
I
grown iron laud iieru" sttel) by mutiny
4. :15,4itp.lt I '! (;er Anna 11;.., Hansen, tos 14 I, Co
S Summer.
The celebrated I liters: ; 0o-lieu jeiirsof! tralnitiL'I I, Hus Albion.!"-nall.to S s ICo I I II
.. I.'I I 1- Elderly nit'u are le'.s teiajit'iMp' They Aust Beechdale, 71-1, l.atticich, to S: S L
.....(.., bind which ha-i attended eeryt ,'Co t I I Best horse Shoer always ready
ire i>f fixed mural lialut Ai'i'etite! atom 1
Nor Caimbatore.ll..sorensen, W 'Yo'IIhl"D
: 1t111 il t I .r.ell"iullllf the Florida C'hiutauqtu: : to
i P.IV"KUI are iiiuhr oiitrul. I'nr !better Pi J. 31. Milliard & C'o.
"*.!." at HeKuni .-;prin;;, -ince its 1 Carl Pllil.*'.::, Brock, tosimpson A ; : lit b I ,
i..r fur tvorsr they aita txlleuLablequantity !
:W MIn. I found itiou the CoNor
.' ped through city | with slight variation to betaken huncrag.4. Pedersen to master ( 4csnw-T No. ;'>0 Eist Garden rtt.
yo+ terJay en route, home. Itus.lasoon.Os..liallman. to tL*'oUer
Into .
>\I ;u count Franz Horn '.i'!', liinz, to \\' SKej-
I | KItl! 'rlnun are more loyal 1 asi ser.tCo '
:Mr. r$. 1'I'N: ; of East: Weymouth It IIISH, order 1\ 1Ii It 6t (t (t'1Afl( t<
I" '''''* i frlen.K If they are friend Their :itlladiuunt llnwkesburg! Knlgiano to "vf\J', 1\ Ii.JLIt( \.J\ J\J\.J (\J.r
Ma-s., repre-eutin Edwin Dutch Helen, l.iil. Cook, to Biurs l>uu- r-.rf\
t 'III'lrlllll'll ['llllllllllr'
.1.1' I to It cause or a ooiniiipmal I 'wodytCo ?
14.III'1CLiI'P.1 makers+ of the celebrated It Ilia. Ms; Mareiannl, to Ko-asco BrosIt
house I"! levfr 1'I1:11I'alll'J1i1':: hatenwrw.ter ... ,
Kdwiii lioc for H in the Lini-ellus ;.1, Mnrlola. toordrrNor "ll'I'I'I: 01'ALFRED "
T Clapp: men,
uiien IHUKU for gn"t l" 'ha- Magdalina, lair, llelcesen, to ItIx M I
.. ._ o\ This hi h- r:1de shoe is sold Robinson
J| city. : vlor in the persons lit grown f.iniilnwh 's
...17t.11U" It Maria.! +\irgilio.to orderI
in 1'en-acola exchi-ively by the '*t" iii-peit i I" to them dearer than I 1 I Nor .NordljBi-t.llM. NlUeti; lo W I. M ittlxli MOOG. .
: .. "n, I i.
... :. :Meyer shoe ('o. life 'i iiiej' know I the dimcuity of- re- : I
It Nostro Padre, vu; Brecante, tows LCo '
4' 111.:1:t; 1'lIlrlr.1 wi..la"I. ,. It Umberto I, 7-4, Analde, to Koeatco 1'111O: L\' KCU'SILiquor ln I : I /
In the rush nf getting our yeterii 'I Bros -:
:' + ji Elderly men actually have expen \
I. ty afteriinon's edition to press the erne The older man l..->-t reads iliarncter. SCHOONERS. 1V11l.lS.ll.l: : .. et
Am Black Bird, !<>, Lord to master '
: 'I It t,1& t h. iimi : i types maile it appear that the prize lie 1 I. the wisest to Select! agents.11' A IIJ Clara Barton, 4;., lie Brux, to nlaste
.. i': ''itl- for It..ei -
hat donated Johnson & :Son for Ti
by : n tdngtoi Lies.
.. i rood! -ulI;, : UP.CLKAKKU AND 13.'ILEl.I1"OK VKXI Dealer
,; the best average in HUl1da "' gsmeI I.I.I I
\ 1 rfect| | r ." I SACOLA. .
Its i ,,'It'.- ua-ul I nf baseball: was awarded to Hcarrittt \rbrsLa "Hun Kalrr STEAMSHIPS.I .
A N I.l.ra""a juiU'e:: wa iivktsl how It
l I"I i- '. naif' a.* l \\heninfactitshould" have been toI I Amstel. Dutcb. sKI Carrtiff Mch ;, :;
"I' ,u' .. .'. Mill*. W Itl I I wits that the uti/ens of his state lure l.lenlielni, Hr.slit Las Palmas March I I.' IMNS\COL\: .
II irris. The correction is gladly lIi'kIUiIl1I..1 "'bng "at'r"," Cairnibla, Ur inn, Bond, at Bermuda Feb
a' l j' 't nntatiK .
'j; made and the honor to Harris i- a.ryu.tlly 111'nds 325-327 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
I v."ur"-I The name is applied I to us !'<..inetimeh Horn Ger, kid London March I j I ;

.. t: t ,'. lutnii I. gladly' accorded. I in tin east:' answenil the Jml :efrauklr. daneoanortH. "pan, 1;.#. I Indiande at H..rmn.III..b --- :a r .

i iiarrhi !! 'It oiluinateil many yearn :51Helungburg, awed, I'; ", Schrell. Cardiff WINE TALK TO THE PUBLIC '
.. Wants to Help Others. : :: '
II.!.". ..t I ago In a'a iinciilcnt tit a hebllHemriob ;
i I.. ,' ., \\' n- !II "I I :bad stomach trouble all 1I0rn,(;er. eld Barry melt .5:i ij i am ,,pu-t lu rereiptof aMiipinenf lure I from San Iramcoot ''' ) I 4
my 101''h.! Iu'k I in ls.74 a "wllrUlof grasshoppers j Ruth Nor sid drepiinck March III .. ('ae9 of U INK uf the cry I'.esl i nhfornla Product such ai \ 'r
t It.l: -. says: Edw. Mehler, proptlt'tu"r lesu-ndeil fair state I I1'ertia, Ger, did Leghorn Feb i '
our : ; t
UJHII{
r 1 11.. I'nion KottlingVorki:: Erie mid de.poied| '! ,'\rrythng{ Crops were \'oorburg.lIulcbI Ii58. 1I000r.- i r Claret. Zinfandel Tokay-All Kinds of White Wines. : ; J
I' and tried all kinds of remedies H4KKSAxel. ::a I
:
i MOORE TERMS A. -everal doctors and swept away before t.'i: nrnu of In or.hhl Buenos Ayres March ."'\ I c:1: These are I'urpUondi and, Every: Bottle ,tiuaiat.teeil. I b..11h"11 w I iI
peat 14..1'1"1. niiii the peopleerv left distllute Africa. Sw...d.II"" ., shll'lI'.ai!.. Dock Jan _". G: liber hy the HOT'rl.F:: or C\HKal: theiaine Pn' e as you would. pat :a
'1-> lerable to a Wh..n from too ettlu Kl-rtl: .
-I money trying get Adele.erGatAlgoa: HIIY.I lauV> for IIlIml..c r article you buy :: you :: a i
, "," nHnt'speice.: Finally I read of I An 111'1":11| neat up for aid, and) Arizona, Nor, l:!::s>, sill Hrl-tol Jan > I t'iM I r.

WERE ACCEPTS D K"d"l Iy-pep-1a Cure and hive 1 MIIIIP of our loiueiit) :Neliriskans jour Anita 8. It.Kl: at 1'l'n..rJlf. NovSUBartagliere : ) : ? t..sl.ertfally. ALFRED MOOG. ;
It. std March ,
-a\oiia I in
h'",'ii taking:' it to my great *atifac-I j I Iie\ed. east to plead our t-atlse. I One of ('lIr l..n Ito... Nor, kid able Bay March : I t" liono a74. 1'KOMlT H.I\: i I.In-:. ;,
'i 1"11. I never found its equal for j| these. rhalu.ht| titl/ens in a flight of ('Olnlltllt.; '::!'-'. at :'IllIr''III..! Ian !11Kri I

: .. "t iinicli trouble and gladly reeom1 1 i Rl'eecli i ,1. I \, "I t that 1 oiup|>lna, It II">TI l>, at BarbadoiJan .I:I .
iiiHiui It in hope may help I I frrassluippcrs" had e\tn eaten the tins Hers Bus lic7.[ ski Pu.rL Natal Feb I isMiraporx UUV.) I
JUUd 'JI .Vu I ) ) iJ V V 'II .VU'. :
.Itl! utTererKodol I'I' : I d ; II II oJ + vI .j
P .(I +er Uypepiat'ure : j wheels mill dpMitirlin Nor .M Buenos Ares Feb .Mnine -"
I c-ure all -tonucli trouble- lofT uairoii were Mount. It, std Leitb Ian I: I! j i
'ul vlh I' the railroad (truiks' ''Wln'. our peoplelime Taraiton Nor, std New a-lle, E:. Mch 4 I
\ ou dl'to't have to diet. l Kodol Iys-I i iI I nnd \ebtar\ate, Rui, sld fable Bay 10'eli .1 Thos. C. Watson & Co.. ..It .un S. Pulafov street .[
N I 11111 him: !hut prasshojipcrs' I
i limn I I p..p-u Pure ilie-ts; what you eat. the Estate take I
IpadiugHeal ,
tlargi i.. John Sheppard.Ndn.y bugs,' \\'11Ih; ,' Umax of this orator's! Agents will he found an elegant
aruuicy. I the printers to tell about t
i lf,I\ t t'' i pay you all the worry oil the shoulders of the
Kahn.MUSIC I I Fpereh'eti: 'Iainll'tllh. jtlil-'P the big: bargain* in furniture. If owners of property manage the Pool and Billiard Parlor. f

.i' I- II'N !' \nd now yon hate the history of mi-' them it i is fault not
you your renting of their homes and the collection The most fastidious and .1
:1 the !Mihrniiei| of '1>UK; eater'he ton mine. Yours truly, O. :M. Pryor, 20 of their rent* as conscientiously ;{ t tI

HIGH ilmltd ashiiiKion; I'ost and Nest Oovernnient street. : as they would themselves.. e.l'acttltd can come around [ t
1 I.' ::'I I I. Will heI I
-- Their diaries: are ver reaollable.f '
and their leisure '
paw moments 1
I I'' xerv !hltihttladhl'thr If you wish the very lest I ,
IN THE AIRThe EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE i i\ without fear j
of cO/n \ I
t.. ice cream freezer at the rery f Water coolers that do not !
illg in contact with
*u .'. i by Pitcher, --- i lowest price, the Willis waste ice, at the Willis;** disordcrli i i .
i A of the Democratic Executive conductTlie
meeting I / best of I
I'' I S HNPPr; I.+ rt' public Wt'ft''ell an uiiu-ual" of K-cambia Hardware Co. can please IIUrdu-are Co.'s. j
Committee
: order will be maintainedat i

4'0" .I 1 1 liberal mii-H-ul treat today by :Mr. Chris. county will be held at the oases of you. __ __ The most reliable preparation for all times I 1 1'l'he ; '1

'n id in?I II.( i. H I Thie-en. who employedVyer'.. ";ilver i I Jud/e. U. :MeCulIagh.at the court Hruce's new Phonograph wao" kidney troubles on the market I"i -- -- --- -- :
loud and clear crowded m Foley'* Kidney Cure. W. A.1>'AI-
Notre :<41' o'clock peopl
C'ornet bind to give a concert at : p. Saturday finest line
'. : : of
'f ICI! u If t t1 1I.lv1 the tore so thick that the gas hadn'troom emberte, 121 S.: Palafox. sterling silver
top of in* elegant live--tury ollice : April; for the purpose of reconnm to burn.1)riitk Rood-and ..ilnr novelties i I., tom

'!ndinomeone for appointmentby Garden tools; in endless found at J. I Htepheti": ,'. Prices to
,I I" if ,' l'II..t bUll UU-
| hand.oin', the governor as a constable for Jung's Red Heart variety and at rock bottom'

.v :11111' 1t..1 of ;Mr.MUI .\ theante; time a ) the second justice: district and for r
Deer, 10 cents per hottle at prices at the Willis Hardware \ will repair your watches and
I
:< tune, both of t'iilte.1 l :Miteliis:' : ; w hoi-ted i to the the transaction of such other biuiues all saloons Jewelry in flret-clas i style. J. I
Co.'s. e! N fat 1 \h.-\ \\ "undayV top of the tf t| pole with the Danish I as may come before it. I

C. Its I'AHKIIII.L.IIN -- --- -- ----- -- .
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"t. \' II'1"1'ni >. of Mo- lug b..low it, and these color? now -- I ;
Mi Ki-in, Chairman.
ll.Mt to the breeze. I t
i |1..111\.1.\ |I". their proudly secretary. .................. .
..ttN.1fe.NN ,
'II. : >, I In',il di,.. The building was lighted from top i s I,

'. tohottom l...t night ami presented a Marston $ Ouina are sole ; Embroidery 5 LACE I

agents for the celebratedOdorle .< ;
cherrful ;appearance.: '
.
;. u (I.! are prolific. ofI s s refrigerators G. I ,'

I I'....V may "IM. I'II ituepublieNtll 1 oonii be i'ien.uiupp.itttinitv '', absolutely guaranteed or, !. i* Sale <$ 5 O c ,-Y SALE : t \
I' .
: I I',,ih t.> iti-j>ect tin- b":iuufulI. refunded. o.

money ........4.1.1.1... \ .
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'I. l..l':' III :1.1" \\ ANTI I). as 5a5 EsPs 5asasa252y'l I Iw.ot.

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LONG TERMJ08TOFFICE BURGLAR STEALS -' -- ---------

(. M EN--slur: illustrated catalogue
\rol ipl.iiuIIIIH. "r leaoti barber rude in
: ..... .. .... EASTER
'i,;Bt mailed fr. Moire burlier w.ot. SHOPPING
MEN WATCH AND MONEY I'olii-g., :Ni-.. Url..on-I.I :llnlnr # # I I

IVni.ilillflp \\ : iil.l..

IS OVER: AND; EVERYTHING; ISAUE READY RR SPRING; ; '
\\ \STKDLaiiif.. to learn bainire.iat. BUSINESS; I
:II I I. I Vli flu lLu- entered Normandepot '
J -> lI \ \ iimiucuriiu: or f-".'.a: ma'-Aif four 1
weeks quired -*"nd for catalogue. Molcr ,
I ..11'111.\ y.t<-l- ,.tla.ti early: the morning and stole C'olUs... 'i-... I'rlfiiuLit. :.liulin' ON MONDAY
I Iil MORNING MARCH 31
tat Itie fact that. : liver wati-n worth $10 and change : _tt.ntN'unlt..1. \ 1i
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t 'r long term p ib'VMtoitice. :iiuountiu to f:< 4:<, Entrance was 1; \ \ 'ANTKI>-- \ isoikl; \live aiji'iit to srll 4& & & We will Place on Sale 1.000 yards of Embroideries. a-
! > \ Iea>. fotTees. f'pices. hiking Powder b .g, & I
!> I' pained by removing a pane of glass and Havoring F.xtra.-ts.on comnn sloB, mlass (
tome of them 1t11j' 'ard I
are length-" and i
perfp goods, at J 5c.
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town For further I\lhIC' addresTheGreat Sac, -jite and U W and I
-e151.e HI fin in a rear window.A I Atlantic A faeinc Ta ConipanT irnch FLOl-NCINO at $,I.-:, and ?I.;'M; apiece. These goods are worth apiece, "om'! H atilt
:Nf" Orleans, l.a last* twice and three times the price We are !
< I i i ,..r" hoM.tre young negro! wa arrested" byHicer asking for them.

1 iittont < l Dttrnport, this m rni/lC'1 po.'I'U.LU.-- ,1
, "THAI ED-Mehum-sizedbrownlsh: ; color ONE COUNTER FILLED WITH LACES
charged with the deed. He was I C_ .-a bor-H. \\bll..ta\'l'.two\\bU. YOUR CHOICE AT C'ARJ). 1

r 1 'I :u. found to have had a knife in his I f.tlIhout place, Tjrvtb i .years aenu uld Sward Strayed John from Pet-rs my EVERYTHING IN SAILOR HATS: FOR LADIES: AND CHILDREN AT 2Ce TO t'i F \CH. tl t

wi ," ", .. hate pocket which 1 thought to have !i la'it-' SUN: BONNETS FOR LAIHIlHILIIIU::\ AND BABIES AT 2.. TO ;("s; I It

..#llt 1\4"-1- t..11 u-ed in extracting the 1i55. !,! I'l-li 'ti-n iiiileil.. )

.. Our Stock of Clothing and Gent's ; I
I' Furnishings ,
4 A .
!. +T the adr t -,\\STtII-txp..oc.. n h mm Ian .
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A GUSHER STRUCK !1 1 mdiicirnents Givens
offer good IS COMPLETE AND IT WILL PAY W TO
VI-IT
ilrf'oiIld"lIt. THH!
it the lig; Furniture House :JO; and 'i i Packing Co. i orpu.l'bra.II.1l1a- DEPARFMEXT TilE OOOD -I'tAK t. I

2! \\'t'.t Uo\ eminent>tt. If you I :ilnil.fl FOR THKMsKLVFo: AND STAND SECOND= TO NONE IN THE CITY )I'1'

't 'juinti carry fail to get a )gustier of your own, it i31!l Moadat
I NuTlCK l is hereby ci\rntba: on
', Po/'nzatt11i your fault. We will gush the furni- ]I April>, 1".J, I1111 applY to fie:,' .Hon Lu See Our Show Windows for Styles and Prices in Men's Straw Hats. I
litre into your hou-e at unheard of eloutJ.Rreve9.1"'19eor the. i ir Judicial)

I' thndci. etc., low price-: We have plenty of it in i I,, 1'lrcult.t"l manage. tak-of c ontrol licence! my to 13W. 1

H'r 1(11Our ill ftylefrom the line=t to the j I I property and bl'c -r in every

I'rvor.jheape-t. Your forb.lrgailt... O. :M. I I'il l i, "r.-o"ct ploa'/ 4w I'DOS. J. & B. FORBES { '





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!"! THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, APRIL 1, 19O3

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I I MANY CHURCHES RAZED. I tnglll\l Xamti For Town. CHOICESTor

;; PATRICK IN l TOMBS oc c? i I Many names of towns In Englanu

; FurIous Storm Does Great Damage at have been appropriated for a similar -

i I in this country. These names frequently .

|: BECOMES A BENEDICT the Pittsburg fiercest, Pittsburg.windstorms Pa., March Pa.ever 31.-one known of I J|I use of the Indicate towns.in For themselves instance,the names origin f FRUITS AND CONFECTIONERY ij [


ending in "Chester" or "cester" or "caster :-
in this section struck the city yesterday
: Prisoner Doomed to Electric ," such as 1)orchesterVorccster and -AT-
Just before noon and did tremendous -
undoubtedly apply to sites !

::i Chair Secretly Married. I damage to property and injured of Lancaster old military settlements or camps. C. APOSTLE'S
I many people, some of whom may die. ,
and the termination is derived from I
Scores of houses were unroofed many
GUARDS CLEVcRLY OUTWITTED "castra. the Latin word for camp.If J H East torment St.
::1 trees were blown down mill stacks ,
I the name of a place ends in "coin. ]

J ? 6 I A' ) toppled over and telegraph and telephone like Lincoln then it, too is of Roman I Formerly Cordova Restaurant I"tl.l! lOne

In Spite of Citra Precautions Taken, i wires were generally disabled. because the Latin word fur colony
origin
\ I The damage by the storm will probably car-load of Pineapples ai IL I
Layer Patrick, Awaiting Death ; is colonia. When the syllable "by" I to $2.00 per dozen.
'
reach several! hundred thousand
1 I ends the word. like Hugh, we then
Mtence. I It Married While In Prison dollars. The effects of the wind can
1 Yice- know that the Danes are responsible! I

I to Mrs. AeWie. U Francis. Mrs. Florence Nightingale Belknap, be seen on all sides today houses i for the name, for the Danish word for I F. M.

I I I.r. churches and large plants being WILLIAMS
many ,
: V .. \'., .., 34r. b :31 .Allrt T President San Francisco Round Table, anda unroofed bridges partly dismantled. !J I town is by.Rheumatiem. I

i I'ain' K "
: drr H. ttiflitt Ugre for pbtlfnt; the I Prominent Member of Pentecost Churchof I and telephone and fire alarm James Irvin, of Savannah, could l Estimates Promptly Furnished

j. .,ih ,,( Millionaire William MarshKm I wires prostrated. hardly walk from pain in his shoulder -J

> dint! now awaiting the d"Mth s"i.: that City Cured of Fearful Female A remarkable feature of the storm and joints of his legs. !'. P. P. i! Buildings of All Kind-

ii !lit and MID Add!.. f I.. Fraoils I lu\e 1 was the number of churches that were ( Prickly A"h., Poke Root and Pota-- I

'" "ii,. Inn ,.1\I. i and wile In the nu I Troubles by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable : Injured. In Pittsburg and Alleghenyand sium) was re .ortedto, and Irvin is
well and happy.
,
II' eleven I tGOLAYGrist > =QI *
> 'I rnoui m "h. TulDl31'fclrdlOg the immediate vicinity I

1 ,. Juu' lit. .i! .1 AnWK au. Read Her Letter. I houses of worship were more or l&'sswrecked He who is feeling miserable. suffering -
Compound. with Dypep-ia and Indite- and Corn '
Meal
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I M'
\ \ n it 't 'I I' "j itiM miahi out in only one of them, the I
{ lion and often times with dizzine-.
ii DEAR :MRS. PINKHAM I wish to thank for the benefit Knoxvllle Presbyterian church, did '
i. l : you would do well to take 1'. 1'. 1'. at JB. F. GONZfiLEZ & CO., PrManotaetcreri
i n't. .T.i ... "' > sn II irt tI> any casualties result. At the latter 'once. P. P. P. Prickly A-h Puke I
your medicine has: done me ; I cannot speak; too highly in praise of
: ,.. -.. i i 1III".j I .Hlil all I levI I place through the chimney coming I Root and I'Ittt..ium ) will cure you .

i'I I. i .' !. 'i i,,hiil ihmar} ,it. After my child was born I was left in a very bad condition. I 1 through the roof, probably 33; persons i, and arre-t the dieae in its inoipi GItOlCf'aU\L.-\\H: l'I'Ul.l,h" -

I1j .\ .t. ". i' .v "iimt>'lelt. > w.rei flowed three weeks out of the month ; I suffered for months, and were Injurf'11.i i! ieccy. STOCK KF.KI).. '

local churches Terrible blond body covered I Patronize Home Indu.vyevery '
i i .I. tlt that il was- The damaged are: poion. ,
I saoali
consulted three Two of them said I had a tumor i reason you buy
finally physicians. with ,
Vt1 .111 that t'liinnii-j! i iI St. Peters Protestant episcopal. itock Feed from Ibtl Honi M i

,I I .1 L I l\n: ... hail -iei-lar and the third one said I was going;:; into consumption. I was sick i, Dolleflt-Id Presbyterian St. John tl.i ..' I'. P .Prickly'ur\A-n.\ ; ''iedi-, Pok" ,i-I\I! .ot m..uidHntdjuiu 'ikin -l ', try.lor by Your so doing money you is encourau-t Irfi III "it-! .-.

"; (,b i ,i in.image; I lie duties. friend i i Cvangclist. Roman Catholic and\ adyou in tuin are Indirect yIn
and tired and could not perform my household Finally a _' the patnit lively .1" '< t..t .\i'jrold. fnst..rinz Lbs bouts nMinifiM
i hi, I. .j'I.I the woman i eighth street temple of Pittsburg. African ioutnbutp to the cause of lalx"

'i- I..i ,th'i.l to hi'ii dur' urged me to try LjtHu T. I'inkhaui's Vegetable Compound.I i| Methodist epiwopal and SiVenculais It to tbecomnianlty! In vhleu yi': -
which cnntril'Qien to !
,.t i IP,in Hiid the ('X' really}] had no faith in it, although; I had often heard of its wonderfulcures I \ : Hohemian Roman fathom i.I TOUr '''pplrl

". :, ': ill.- ii.ui; traWl of Al.h'-nv! ( : First English Luth-ian CASTOR IAFor
but the fact was I had no faith or interest in anything
; any 'rint.tu! who OWl, I Li"w
,.1 I ,' "'t .1 1 Illlll.Ilili 'lUlSI and I'nitcd Presbyterian of Braddoi h. !'

I decided to it after the first ottle I felt immensely Infants and Children. in.-ur: l into If a'aI u-I I 1- '
.1' r' ui t tt marriage' in more. finally try ; i: Kiiimille Piesbyterian. St. :Mat
. trouble und worry. Nub d.aie -.
,,. ",n better, and after taking the sixth bottle I was entirely Homan Catholic, McKees Roeks anlUobiiisoti The Kind You Have Always BougMj > hi- rent and 11.. rent davno '
I I' lIa' d"1"1 to havo IHWIii Run United Prsbyttitan .
!' cured) and felt like I consider it woman's friend and I terrurfur bun. Ii'ea y to < '
ii .! \"I.wllih.tb"ma. a new woman. Pa.
u > church
McDonald I j Bears the6ignature ., ,, a home u'Jw.a.dl1Y'. Thos. C
.&_ ',i The laU,>r. Low- 1 1r would never without it in the house. 0, what a lot of misery and I The faaiialtu-s as far as have bei-n 1 of Vc : Watson & Co. call tell you iiesv '

". h .' it *. Call and them.
.IK iii.' preoccupiedbil number than i ee
reportedviil not more
other'I suffering could be avoided if all women only! knew of the wonderful I
,, '.. .1.! Imen .inj her
| HA I in; ] ">oIo| injured of whom five or t.v:

.! 1 hat.' ,t..s uuawaie what \\ as ['owcr of L)' i.d:. Pinkham'-s Vegetable Compound to cure their ills." are likely to die.

Uf MRS. };. 1'i.r.Kxvp: l'2i2! Leavenworth St., San Francisco, Cal.
\!1 Krsi accompanied! Ii> her SNOV/STORM IN I Ii American Beautiesrt
I OHIO
*. $:;ooo roia'iiT IF: THI: AIJOVJ: LITTIK is >ox GCXUD
si'iiMj Ii i ni tat eranl I'atrn A .\ ,

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11 all.'i: :it the Toinlis l11,1: 1 a.-ikcd I i Traffic Delayed and Wires Are Pros-

.. ". ia "Mi'. I"'" with the ;'rnutir. HoHK MOURNERS CARRIED RIFLES. I 1'0.000 Rifles Landed In Persia. I trated.

It.: iinrirt.'t to the m.ilrou's room ---- I Pcmil>aMan 1 II :111: It is asserted Columbus. 0.. March :31.-A ternG-I II

r.i ftr a I. w tnomeaUi the ,,'Iltr.! i iaKlll.l Burial of the Victirrs in the Recent nti that ih,' Russian subsidizedttanior I wind ant! snowstorm has been ra<- : ;,JY Sunshine makes

ij: t.. b\ ., M.i'I"4| Ollt.';ld.-. It I : Kentucky Fight. j KornilofT on hr last visit to lag; since 6 o'clock! and the wind hasI I $

, ,.;: rai-l '1.<* ". lin' K ('.,ntra< tt. were then Chicago. :Man ;ol.-Th,' Tribune's j tho Ptrsian gulf laml'-d! ".Onrt. rifles at attained a velocity of 3;) miles an hour : the Perfect Rose and f

c ,' MII.'i., *i\ I r..M
jr i.i 'd!.' I Mler a law uivtw: by I iiniqiio prowKS'.tmww witnwswl in the Persian gulf. I electric light wires are reported! down .

;,! ",ie :, Ki-'at 1 : of. A >ear a ii tins form of i iI Pike County Suniiav art"niuon. Theiv in all """('tinnf ot tinciu Platt el.il : ,.; T Woman.

)! i..ir.: ,u--. I' \lit \\ ''A when the signing:: of I II were over i'm tli lilt U"I:11..1: every Times.Democrat Editor Dead. l \\'It\> I' .,1' !li'nwn' n.1 in tin. niir' 5\- ;

l' >... in 1'1 cal t messed li> two pt r.j man ,'arllt'll) a int! ) > QTOi.s! bUoul- New Orl..alilIan'h :31.-\V. :'.1. I ant l s, '.'li:, '"I-f 1 II' :'n": >-!'iitvbtnim \ ,

r r -. -." to '. i tb. ceremony it is !t II I Ur. Grant. a well known editorial writ, r 's "Il"ra! In (111:1.: .i '1.p 1 t ihup ; '- :

I : '" i-i.ss.i' i h'! a copy of the I Onf was tin- funeral of thi- two Hat I on The Times4)emocrat died today. al liiit ''it\, ,LI', 1 i.' .1 1 f'': l f fi tt PC P. P.T

; .!' t 'i a iiiagiatiatf* within six lid tis. Thonti,-on am! hi.s son Eph- lie was a native of Scotland and a -- --- '1i J JJ .

i' < '... calm who W ,TP Idl.! ',! :in a c'.oulil'1: !graduate of Edinburgh uuiunsity. .I ..,
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---- I I "..t it'ly Saturday! tnoviitu:!. I ht' oth'-r BANNER. _-_- SALVE, Ornt '
I Saved Many a Time.Ilon't lLrrman's Rcmrdy
*Not ,n Hm Left Leg. '. :tiufi 1.1 in!!? .lohn 1t.i: itnnl au.] he most healing salve In tho works Thousands of women are

Harry Watt=. TV Ha*'".,!Ms i neglect conjrh. and cold-
in k I- uf .rf'i. 'lfll.j j ; won1 I suffering needless pain anj
even if it I.* :Such .
.11 .it>r w.iuii
\ 'i >,lve. i* M ..urA cure. tURpral'a,; that ol John! Ruthoilalil re-ult ?eriou-ly at tin- -"' <151)11ju..t Poison, due to the absorption
bee'JU-P people are earele= .
of from
m'iii-> .1" y".ltl I.o it at once. impurities irregular
I Until W"J't' tOlullKt'il! at thr doef One :Minute l C-'tiurli Cure will :
\ r f ill t* I'l' Cj e- III pll"JOOl- menstriationorothercauses.
, :i .t,.. ut't .t i utig. NiMie: l"UUIU61out ante time ainl I th IWO poiissionro remove all danger. Ab-olutely safe.Aet K.: S. CK.\\" KNs, Ianapr. l'. P. I*. will put roses of

.. 'A'i't Ki-ware uf c"linIHI6it I <. in plain \ i.\\, of the oiacrThe I at once. Sure; cure for eou
I itli-iej f..r tn.my y' rfrom a HuthfTionls ares very mmli ?old<. croup grip hronchitiand Prompt Personal Attention to Hailing: : by pimples moth, vulgar

: ., r iui-il bv .I I have used One Minute t'ouah Cure
". uiv I Ml !i."' "I>> .\. h. Fuller, j kinsn in. an.it is likt-lj fiat a !" nl' : I'. P. P. is a so erelxn specific
> 111:11-11. lint It wiiuK not heat .. :everaI yearivs Po-tir.uter C. for all forms of itlood
which may iThp.so the ('(.j! 1'ran-d Hat SPECIAL ATTENTION TO BAGGAGE
I O. ]);lwon. H.irr 111. "It I i H the very I'oisonRheumatismCatarrh
,
.1 1 L'HVH niucii ti.iu'ile. I u'e.i l all! !
'I II til'd.\h'Co! | : )- l>iid has just liwii!; : >. Any let couzh: medicine on the market. '
; and
; ,,,I. .il r> -nilie. to u.i purpoun- Olllce.West Uovernm itri-ot. spepsia. "1
H/tZpll j I TIM l \VittV s Witch _.____
of sickness and I warmly .7 and s 41r I \.1 Ornrg !\t. R'nom, !Macnn Hiriu4.
: indy
recommend Pbout-lay "Ilht ; \ -
!. .\. \ .... A f. w b.lx... cwpktt4yI : I in 'ith"t pun ''' :'on.unld : ; c- :-' : "I bad a tired icrlinK .n '
1 it" The children'fivorite.I --
iti'' : I Ii"i -,iP ; irmicy JnlihDanger. havicaused a iioj-oiiins! of the war - -...-..- .,; = was rim do..n. I got a t,"tti. '
.r.1 .. 01' K.inll. ( Hargi;, Plurmacy, JllhnIu'ppard.: .- :: :: :: :: -*" > *-* ** :- r4 _..==: _iz I>. P. i'. .nj It cured lilc In a v.rch
:!.IP
'j'I' .1 I ."iJUI'Iahu.. PUBLICITY FOR lime, hrfnre the! I cutdnot r nn
l"r.1rI. 'CtS A'is"bl'. I >thlnj. Naw I eat t every tnral

: I ,I !!.. .., ..I' Bride and Groom's Long Tramp.N I I\IJWlJo'tat-; LIPPi1AN BROSMT5S1555fcbc Savannah Ga.JAS. .
THE PEOPLE.
? "II II 1 ill ii 1.1 II" *,1York.. Mar'h :u I.--Sanim-1 S. i. The nnderi0'nedtake3thisniethodI ,
I ')f olleriiifr her Cervices.. a.* a J
I' III' fI'. z"II.j HatKin and his hrld tinarrived at

". I, ;., ,.I tin- li.ni'e of the former.father j in I, flr.'t-cla-s: licenced midwife, hav- h\er: > >> oid Costs on a Cent

"I. S., I this < it\ a't.T ha\l tng walKed! a laiit> j ing had 85 years experience.Can and Eery Wrrd is I Head
give be-t of reference from NEW{ ij ORLEANS l[
.' "14 t 1. ,' h\ part of th,- way from St. Louis Shaf 1 leading physician. of thi* city. By EerIvhIy.MNIV: i

) t .! I. '. 'ii mot hi1 ( !li.l,:Uiood swi-tlipart at i MKri.I ; M. OlDDEXS, ........... -:.--== -_"'"_- -.

. ;, "4.n .ntotti. T.\ oon aPr UeinaI jltf lIt South DeVilhers St.I 'l'U iLL'i: 1i

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t II ,I' I I' 'I I I. ii-iiii! sod tiiin ttio arnn Tht'Y wrrcnni'ii tiNEY;
TO LOAN-OnhntsehiId fi GROCERY.Lr [ l
I ,' i I' I I .'I) ant 1 :in a f*'w *la\h SliafKin! rp Paints, oih glass and 4-' 1 turn bimek. rims and all kiud 01 |i.eiii.t ,< -.

i r.i-il v .ud I hat his failor ill propiTtv Terms cu,j Mrsecrecy '
; ',1 I. I', ,t.. was builders' hardware at the .
i nuuraiiteeU. Appl\ to A. A. Y .s'r:
t, "i'! \ had nionej enough to reach St. :Jm'j1Utb! lttl ,f"iH strnet. '
I I Willis Hardware Co.'s.ISOTICK. .
I *.iin, liiit w.ro romiiflSed i! to walk! i liLKMon: ImprovHU r. ai! ..- McHUGH, ProHighGrade "

r-r 'f" f.-.r JI.... rroni that fit\ to Pm"hll't: points MI.\K1. III large or unull amounts ul w
rates of In ercsl. Call on Leslie h. hm"ks. R
\1." II h., in I>"iinh( <- th-v irci.vd hPlr I CF 1:1'; W\ lI.i'In.I.T \',
| i I have been authorized to take'i,I attorney al law, S'l1! h. 1'nl.itoi !>it., Kiit: i
I I ( 'Iw .,' j is at tri'in the !".>l lie and managed to ri.U1 b-criptioti5" forVui.. Jennings bUll
I ",I tn I h.' t h,. a larep; part of the Jonnu'v through : HryanV piper.The Commoner." 1iSFY TO-Di'V -iioyou need money ', tT's0 r

: 1" ''' itrv.' t,,, luh Pennsylvania and Nf JI-K-' : ( Thprlcf' I- $I.nll per year in ad. .11 You can borrow any amount you vtarittoday

I I vance. Tho-e de-inni the on wt-iest terms and lowest rates Groceries
I'tI l altrib paper u>where obtainable on .llIpro, I" : i ,.1. ,,111,1111I; tIt" BETTER THAN PILIS.Th : can have it ..ent to them by bending -(. "te-from V in. tisher.au1, South: l'ala. .-
1 h>x ttret-i. Iu.tfIF '
fl.W to the uudersijrned.H.M.RocHE.. -
I VN.S
t1 .'.Al tflTI and \\ hat .. qiie-ti>u ha< been a-k..d. "I n Whuh'oall' anil Ketai!

II .01. 11 i" sai.1. .'nt for what wav are Cli.iiiiberl.nu'Mom I YOU WANT To IJUKKOW >1()> hY
Care Dailv News.LODGE I ln\.'ht mon..y.ln.ur.* your property pro.
t1rll III "''u luuud dead in hhi arh & Liver Tablet* -uptri.ir tni lureabhtracts of title buy or tell real estate. A 'Rll KS 'fH\1 I IILI i ii

'0.... i pill-'."' Our au-wer i iThey areaier rent property of any description have S
rent collected or your taxes attended to. 031 I'I.1 FTH>;N.
and mo" plea-i-int: to tike:
0ill on or address'Tb".. C. 'A utnon Co
""giro'1un.. morn tnild ana gentle in -tTei't and DiRECTORYKNIGHTS Keal Khtate and Insurance agents PeQuaeola. .

Mi't in jl-ct nilinmtiHS an 1 ooiiti. ui>re relnble a. tliey can alw'.iy- bedepended 'Ia. Charges! moderate. To everyone Phone 105. Pensacola, f'u
will\! .utf-r Then cI who buss a lot from as we v.\IIll'nd money .
'". \ ottr ni- tli upon. they all'O' with which to build a house. hd-tt
rintiifuMy If vna .11. I U-\Vitt', uid invi 'oratp thetnni."ic!' ai d OF PYTHIA*

iitifFitrlv) Ii- 'rinirtuoli i'a-t: ><. leave the bowels In a natural nindition. .\ "II t.. \\'" II I t'.I. TIME TABLE.

M! !R. Sin1! Kutt- runt. Mn I ...1.a while rill are more ''ur-i': in "fllllacnia hedge, Xo..3. K. ol P., t'nrltaled: IMMIIC -

I : >..\\ lit'- I.ifl I.. I l'rlv f HI.rt'r... etlect and their u-e i- often :followedbv met every Monday even AGENTS I'ITASI)A HI) propositionNew workMl LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.

jn.i-t ttI-! "'t.rc. :.111" I I'I'r ctl\l-til'ltion. 1'trale by all ing at7:31: I at Cattle Hall rapid feller1-. Lllieral terms our guaranteed
In the Klount- WatioiHnildlng. rOI >TAIN 1'KX: A -Declalty le.. IN ErrKCT UKrKMBKK 1, lidil
and medicine dealer-.
drugi.t
;Nfvi-r. : ipf "II'I (> n HHP third floor. crlptive! lists mailed (Cotton Hbman .t

i'-i t' I'I!*) ti u. aV. J.u; Slu'inurJ' War Hers- -May- Never Recover. ... &." Visiting! brethren cor !.ll; Co V c.(established. 1iii 15 Warren hL. New i irk I" New OrJeans and Mobile.

; 1 11"I. I l\ ,'iu.t welcomed --- ..
I Pin Francisco. far'hl < u < ur 1 : CAMPBELL, --
FCltAJ.I';.
U. HOR3LKK.: -- ,, "0.6. !'.o.4. o.2.. i '
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C. C --
F I I. Schoofel. of the Nni* o. 0.1. N
: n'antrft
.t 1 O R"1."O 1A. i \ K.K.&M. T"VR \LE-A desirable piece of properIV 7i:) a UI5 mIOij p Leave .. P6nMaCa! m Arrive 5:1111 a....' ,
I :'e h }i.g M r"1, BJ.r: ho has just arrived fron .1.1Il' aa! [ lAf(7Mft. 'unH" biV-rru-km'' hmu.' nn 'I;,,' a r:27 p 1O a Leave.. !-10maron. 1.. ave sas a t.:JJ p I 7
?sr 1 l ba. st.r'j"a.: : : 1II1 a .::2p: :'.is Leave .. p
: thf' leader of a of 1"i>, n
fuure party ana apply' :Ntws ... :7p 1-1 a l.p&ve Nea ,
c2/JLi2'J at office or to 1'. _. Orl"soll Leave __wI ) 'i !5: a
: 0. who i ro surprint by ir.i'' -, ..- ... ontho Moloney. :">'! tt e-t CbHhetreet.. jITtf p
North
I island of Samar. Ehllt..f 'i.' soldiers LA'OIt t'lALE-Tbe _ _
meet fleslrable lots
in
i 1"' >. fiui>..t I lini III iiu.lirfll in the wore kl'leil: and all w. r,' wed und BOWRTHE I 1 tie city on easy terms by the Klsher No. %. No. .. -
, 'v i- -it J. I. :S>i'heii-'. llo loot H.i'sllslatl! Agency 2W'J)' South Palafoi i i II No. I. No
ilaSip m 12111 Leave .....
,
Captain Schoefel is i'ijip'!' i p"? 'treet. I"alm p m I'enacoIa Arrive 4sj p m C II a--
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.' :'i t'in j C:15 am 61 p m Arrive .. IontlomHY ...I..n 1iI5 .. .
for life a m p
silly as a result of ft.: fi'ht .. ... ...>VA1'1l>: __., iiSui a m t.ii pm Arrive .. Eirm&nghan! _Leave '!;:ti am. "II
Kletint china closets, Ii.. has been operated upon tw at Ifn bBVpn't ft n'iriliT. b..IILy irempot of the \\TANTE1): -A good solicitorwill pay 1:115 pm 3:10"' m Arrive ...-. :Sabvllie ..-.. Leave ..
:Manila and is now going! b, rl'- )' i: T .. b. Ktrpfiuib > \ good commission to right on. Addrets 2:1111 am 1:1:1. m ArrlI..oU1811I1' ....Leave e:15 pm 4, a ,
tn .
on Washington ,,, ,.. 7: 'am lIi\lam:
sulebonnls fl' Ir' Ii
and leatlicritirs w j I tiii *jf H.. care thia office.Air tf Arrl"e..l.lnclonaU..J..ave O'pm Ii. ,
m
': for another op rat.nn I. it PIT ri "I' ..Iantrer. Tl >moi.tb.C 7fta:! m 1t1pm: Arriv. I>It.I..o'.. ..Ll'av.. .:15pm :
.. >i.i Ct n .r A kef ll11l1ll1e txioeliti ASTI<:II-The -- -- --- -- ---
..cat at [(lrstOll J'jt. Ir IDd.11I U to tiki; people to see what a PENSACOLA AND
\ RIVER
S nice sewing machine 1 can Bell for JUNCTION.
f.'rdll Il''sLow prices: easy I yny.ttAl.iatIl Krurtr niglit Away CANDY 1.0."'" ca.b. J..Andreasj3S.: 1'alafoi[ Mv .
W oukos a g..-e.J cud uU.. ..; ai .. I..... CATHARTIC O"ltl1 No. :!I-Daly So. -D.ly I So stop where time not .bown I No. -D.ly No. To '. ,

--\1I kinds ot empty beer l1iII: II-;;- 7:'YJ a m Leave .. 1nacoIaArrive 10:50 -. 4'
C1a.e by bUll i Il g bottUi. H. A. KRIIDMAH no tl.ou"m'lt'i' It:15 night.. 7 it .. BohemIa I jilf7 pm" .
=-'-- -: I2:::\) 7 1'\ If .. .
: IK !Z'.. o"I'I"'n.' own. JIUllU J furniture -. .. I .. \'Dlellr. 10:84" ..,
C---1 'r ('.11"1"_' .if tbt* your lil": : T Ii _.......Eqearnbla-------' Ii12 ,. .
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Ii ) .. /,'IIU&1. I;41 lll IW at Marston Quina's CINULE: COMB BKOWX: LLOHOKN8O It.I5": 7.:5:: I .", ..- Mulst .. .. 1):5i: '
ItIII": 7."i" i ... :. .. Harp .. ; ,
.11010. for il-liu conr Stock and ., 1011"
"I" eiclnsively. : Eggs for Bale. .
z '.1'l..t ,,, II' > ** "' ...IJ ....."! Great Furniture Emporium. leave order at W llli. Hardwarel'o's ixtfliAllt I It UM",1" 'i 35 If .". .. -- (;,1t City 1/:15" r
7trj llIton ... .. "
I.HK( A I." M II.' "" .. .m. 10I'j" S :
: r Tra.,',' 0 lIU'tflIIII G4JOI.4.! i:*) am. ... N ...... Uoo Range ...... ... 4 .\
I lIfI" !'>mH ---..., I, Iio: '111" ...... .... Holt ... ..... .. e:3. 4'i
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i-ini. HAR\H REIK.E- anoractore' 211: to .*1" ..
llIhlan ....._ 'j" 4 11
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Medical Society Attention.. EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY iiI and dealer in Hair: Goods, Hats Toilet %::51 54 .. _.......Crestrtew---------. 1/:11" 4 1"1
?te&ant. r UUM te. Potent. Ti'U. flood. 1'0 Goo,," Articles, Hair Oil, etc., SU: W, Government 8'fj' II M" I. ....... U eer Land ...._ If :M" I. a
"NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE. There will be a rej\' ilar meeting of KfifrMrktne>kro. >r bnpr 10. % .nj W rent) Itreet.L'LOWEP4. 8I": iiO: OJ OJ _.... IOit8y Head ...... 8;..) ... '
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or IW booklet I -
ample on .
...'.T Hint I"! virtu of lbn'ltliO'tM he Pensacola Medical pociety at t &!t'I'M ,: 13 ', }o'n '''rl>l Kor Ku 11 era I*. .0:1"II e\'i II 4 ..Det'unlakprlngl.! U :i1 4J!
c ..'...1 .1. n>*. undr Ohnpiwr '*vi ..1 the the Board of Health off.ce 8TKRUM1 tlltllt COIfOT. CHKiCOr 5IW TUKE. 411 :" OJ .". _........Argyle' ....._ 7:" ,
uz.4 it 8 KUNEK.\LtTfarnlisned 4:4': e::>7' ....Ponce dlf LeoD... "
; ... ( H.'rulii.. I U"M' aU Kill ortllXU'HnMil. FOR : 7oI":
,I .. a v '..'*n>hi* County. H.'rut"," )'cloclt p. m. TUe d.lY. Ar-1. S and 2.Visittng KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN ::, 1' promptly boaqoets special designs 5.JI" Ia< :10' .. .. ..WeltY-llle ....._ .. 7:17"
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,J h. -.mi "" ><>K*I liourt of ..It.! 01 I tur.. physicians are cordially i, Ulis Violette Moreno, 8ij: Weit Gregory 6.1JI 10).111' .U. .. __ Caryville._. 7:11" ; ...
"4'I i.tv. *pf.l It'lBr" ," PJM'cc 't ifjr to attend. - IIboo_ 1t.'II. 't\II11m 6 SI"! is) _Ionlfay_....... .. O.M" ; 57
.nrited .
t\I ....IIIfllr.t bid! r for C.'b. lli.. 1\IIOI\IO to = I 01" 11): 7" __...... (..blplf1 .. ..... 0117" 1 If .
,-tttd..J ,,,,rwn.' P"'P"ClJ.I"1I TIt.'ot) DR. E. F. BRUCE Buy a new garden hose (;(;'1' .t'J..() W 1'4H.u I, 1\;:,) ". 1I:1T". .. ...Cottondale._ .. el: II I! )..
; afhtiift'.iUiiaJ Mr.Mh# prop-rljr 01 President. -- --- - --- 1fJO 4 11:2. ......-...rlapl'la .. ... u 4/IJ" .. IS7a
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HI FLOW EM and floral Lellgnl- () 11-1" .. III
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fUrrt" i 1 I1Ifl. uio MMIT from the Willis Hardware CUT C1prl\SI 1i:3' jN
( t*1'rl' >f K-v'.n.bal'"uul) t ,01 .1* DR. W. C. DEWBERY, ,, designs ordered for cnitomen, 7:.) .". lI:5t" a ...._Ur.n IUdg_. ':s:! it
'U25ttf Secretary. : Miss Vtolette Moreno r.1 West (Gregory 7\I! 1/\/ noon .. .. .fl
It ,'nCBI Company. ; I Hneala.. .._ 61": I
I I i phone! ftdlra I 8:1.) u I 12:1 oj ArrlnRlnrJllnctiOD ...Lr.ave 6:1 J" l ;:I





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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8AOOLA FLORIDA. TUESDAY. APRIL 1. 190?.



_.___- :; ;- ) DAMAGE BY FLOOD The Story of a Pioneer.Few 'I Election In Del Moines. .

*I Des Moines la., March 31.-One ol) Yp

the most exciting municipal campaigns!

men are more widely known I in the history of Iowa ends today with I ,
ATHARRIMAN.TENN ) in Topeka Has., than Tho: L. Ross. the city election Lonely Homes
and
an unusually
He 13
the
pioneer real estate dealer !
r I heavy vote is .
there, having located i in the town in being polled. Mayor Hartenbower I i A home Ii never complete without children f

Aggregate Loss Now Placedat 1873. He was a sufferer from dyspepsia -! is candidate for re-election Yet many homes are childless. Many wives art
until he heard of Kodol Dvs- 1! on the citizens' ticket. James M. II desolate for the Ink of a child to love. Their .

-,4 About $75,000. pep-ia Cure. Brenton is the Republican nominee. fives are imlej$-void of the high motives of ,

I motherhood to Kile barrenness is causing incilculable -

sadness and sorrow, it exists in most .

\. FLOOD TIDE HAS RECEDED rcorfrctvrI f : l I cases on accost of some little female trouble, .,
I which Wine of Cardui would speedily set right aA
This Wine regulties the disorders female f.
pure
STORK Many Industries That Were Compelledto I __r __ .rgins by building up the worn out nerves and ,.;
Shut Down Have Resumed Opera i\aLK_ gM regulating the menstrual flow. It restores the -
TillIE \ l'Kp J&im Isnen womb' to its proper plict.' By strength. :;

r 1 tions-large Number of Families I | VT_ QB cning the !enmli\C organs it makes pr J' 1t

Lost All Household Effects. i j jI un nancy depend possible onWINEoieARDUI where Wrnnneis exists. You !


Knoxville Term., March 31.-A
special '
: .. n I i
0\". to The Sentinel l from Harriman t

-, kai r
lue flood tide has complete! reccd- Suffering women.all over the land have been

(d in the Emery river and six of the I depending on it for seventy-five yurs. N* h f
1 more convincing .ef un be given than the
MCTHER'SFEIEND" Jl twelve industries that were invaded by II C testimony of Mrs.pr Benson.vth. is only one of t

the high water retiiimed operations to I : thousands of women to whom Wine .f Cardui irK -

--- day. The remaining industries: will ue has brought a permtnent cure. Many cases of miscarriage-that trouble '

', running by Thursday morning, it is which robs mothers of their hopes-have been avoided by timely use of the
:\
i: 1 t::'a"onlapying then. om auwrrt >' thought. The aggregate damage is Light on Wine. You are asked to try Wine of Cardui and Thcdford's Black-Draught, t
Its companion medicine. Nine out of ten uses of female trouble barteR- .
dl' Iealltuprt tow jilaml at $;:;.puu. of uhuh
( MIS included,yield t.them. All druggists sell$1.00bottles of V ine of CarduLVaniUrroort '
the wtirlil.: amount Mayor Claude Hendnchaftates I
,. Your Purse Ark, April 5, J SO.
.re' lin-asts anil ev the city will suffer $1.00 on < Lent May I bad a miscarriage, which waa followed by flooding. 1 read I
v the trH>luaU! your Almanac and mjr hniband got me a bottle of Win rt Cardui sunlit I
". .. '-U by tliiii trrtmnt washing streets mar the TBOl L. BOUi stopped my flooding and reetorea my talltn womb to Its place Now I am I
rlur and tloodmt! of the light and water I It always comes when you cured after taking three bottle and have another to take which I got ton A '
.I nt become mother and Win of tardul will be :1
monnng.I ameiiautmgto
t' ::tMbirtb! plants of the city. The! former .. For several year..." tie write burn the Pen-acola (ta* Co.'s s gas.I mj doctor. Mm. MARY L. BENSON.Ffr : .I

J :. :M ;.. 'puLmu; will be ready for service \\VdnewlavniRht "my wife and I "u1f"red with that I There is no lighter fuel on the market > >anutDt," Ibe cb>iuuu Meilicina lumviuij. CLUUMKg Teas
i :'i '\\tm..11 and the latter has already i<_. terrible malady known a,; dy-pep so economical clean and satisfactory rt (

1 w. :. umtM.I fumed or i indigetion.Ve:; .
as .
.I. t ,1! ::11. "\ commfUL-ed to tie Kodol.1I gas.If .
.:v .>: iiiiml Many Families Lost All. ) '''p'p''ill'ure on the recommendation : you are not u-iuir it, you are depriving ,

; ..t .tIt1L'rlttt411(1 Authentic- figures place the numberof of our dru;!ui-t. After one do-e. your-elf of one of the pleas- 'r 1

\ : < 1 1j. and in -hort time all those terrible urea of life that you can ea-ily: en C BRENT WM. /! KNUW1.KH W K HYE1Z, J K. J M, REEPI't'reyidrnt > t.
I
families at'f..I..tl h> the flood at "!.>. )
TIle \r S pain- and dyppii tormentpaed Pr. Am': l arh '
.rnn..i::. Of these 1:; are totally destitute, having away. My appetite, al-o my wife'sesme joy.

1 ..<'i>uutrv. l lost everything they had. Ten back and our f"udcl\uh.\\ enjoyed ::1
tilt f.". families boat a iiortion of their cff.', ts a- when we were '!l. I am I'ciisiicok] Gas Co. N' lonaC"B ji

: "i.1therllood"Lll H CO.. Attanta. CaR Only three houses were totally d<>- turning 7;. First J [
"I have not sintered! with
one day
strut. d here. tl u re n.u.u.;nnu..... '__) nil ,
=nnaclinice: I commenced; t rtenres being more or I less damaged. my I No. 3 S. Palafox St., Pensacola Fla.r .
'.s TERROR. u-e Nodal IJy-pep-ia Cure: and 1
The I'Ity council has rained a fund of recuininetm it to all of my fellow OF P1NSACOLA. FLT ,
JI'.IIM fur the relief of these families cituenHe -." --
'.t R Wild, ./
ming
.s and in addition citizens have contributed DZi-ti: : ,CTQIL: I I.

'1 Wnnlid considerable bedding, clothing and .I !t1'J"ur..tI. WING HOP GO. WM.H, KNOWLE3; W A. BLOUNT. F C. BKEN1 .V. K HYEIL Ji, '
fOil,I. Today all the homeless families r &
tv Sat- D. 0, BRENT, 'f
have been piouded with homes and --I've tried HIV brit not to II' i
> I.' UIO liljvs line in vouSU"4l.
necessaries of life and evry man I
'
1 > run- woman and! 'hiltl< l in town who tlesmwork ,,; you know vvLit BI"\\11111; ,

; ',," pie threats| of is given emplojnient. The six savb-that the onl> true MHOS. is 011. Importers and Dealers In- kmUfVe i an Qti jjX nau dt c,l t n w tL j.

t. Ftant f'ailltrt'-Ixchall/l'.
.,' the first j 1 Mle industries employ about :2T.O:! ;I pin- / Chinese and Japanese

pie when running. These and many Her Son's Life Saved by Chamberlain's !

..'ling the ,[ more are engaged In cleaning; up debris Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Fancy Goods, draw our own Bills of Exchange on Orat Britain Ireland fr

'I.'t clerk of from the path of the flood. Remedy."A Germany France, Austria, Italy Holland, Bpaiu: BelgIum, Russia, Koi !

<'riff and l neighbor ran ill with a bottle of FINE CHINA TEAS, way, Sweden: : Denmark: and other European countries. i ir
) r
j Damage to Railroads. 'Inuiberlain's Colic! Cholera and s I

> n some I The Harriman and Northeasternrnllrodd | Diarrhoea Remedy when my son 31 South Palafox St. f V6sels Disbursed upon th. Most Fsror&Me Terms And then i ''

"', A\K\ ax to lost its bridge along the riverand wa* MiltVrin with severe cramp* Laundry 011lce. Pensacola Fla. Obligation Taken Payable at Port of Destination Ten or Fifteen Dayi i ,J, I
and wa* iriven up a* beyond hope by after Vessel Arrives there. .
i o 1 rest the I is now negotiating with the Southern I IIrSafety
'
: my regular physician! who *tand',* ( .
1 i* twt-n lit '! railroad\! to come into the city over lush: in his profeiou. After ad- ri.NKK.U: FKKNCII: McUtun.t ) Deposit Boxes: : for Rent in Connection f

I ..m.i 1 the Southern's tracks from 1Il'\) mon,1. iniuisteriiiK three doses of it, my son with which we hare a Private Apartment for the.Us ; I

'tf"r".t !t ; a jumtion point| about a mile eat of regained! con-eiou*-* and recover Following i= the schedule of the of Renter I r .
.. 1 r- 4hf 1 ;; I iI
the rity The Northeastern: also lost 1'11't'ntireh' within twenty-four government steamer General French
:," andM.M I two or three hI i.lgl'R at and near Pe hour*." says: ;Mr*. ;Mary Hailer, of r
NEWS
which TUB for the
... Mt. Crawford 1This Remedy i prints
, tros and its trains. may. not reach. that for sale hall druggists! and medi- benefit of the merchant. who hip H :
town[: for several IItlowl''I'r.. dealer. WE WILL FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE :
: ( S;; T >' ,1's WEEK. I IEo trains( will run from DeArniand as far I. ine their goods to the various army I
: '
T Gritein is possible ,.....N.................. posts Neavcs I'eniaeota 7""'1\. In.belt'ttarranelld. '*e-' fk WriB.mr I CMlar.+ .n'.1 fir ear' band: .r .RE.II., ItS i \\
- The Southern railway trestle here i Is 7"mil" m. li- I atalMwwlmtlw.tutitt.. ', 'M ..4 '
'
III ii pii Ii
hetns I rebuilt and trains \\'iIIlik'J\ :"initiroiiRh < 1.1'111'11'11.1'110; <>:<"ia. m.I I I /<.uro''L V\ I r. .,II. \
Use : 1.1'1'\6 I I'.ttrniiicHi .. ':!.1"a. in. t- pan ... "i'. i" I h'. ..
to Oakdale tontjtlit. Tin- road \ Nothing | LfB.fs l'cnollcola In: .11.111. '' "- thoroughly repaired to Willow, (t, Arrives KurrantHt 11:In a. in arid then c'relru.\ "h..........of.. .. ",".. .",."It'l, .11,," ".1" : .1.. I;,
I S makes a trip to Fort McUei- and tin-u returns ,. .. .... ,. ,,
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ii* "" I ale,1A0
t > MRS. 112:! miles from hen, antI \, to llurrAncus. A "1" :\ .... ,. '
I
ll.'l. "
. BUTS r'fr I1.-**' I
: .. 1 ,, .. I. .. .
.1 are now running/ from Knox l. HVt-s Karrnncni' 11:' p m. reo.'i.., 1\ till Wt.iiiu.llwe "'y:, r.'eu. 'I'
I.fines I'lckons fJ., p. in.I.faves VI -', c'- vr 1 LII I'Ir.n IMmrr is I-rr' a l
::A v !o that point. .' I- l I Illl .I Willl d l r d km "l. 1. 1 t
IVnMicola. 4 U'p ult.I.rnvr I
': ..; TI". C'im-innati Southern' h'd h', I III. firkrni' i.I., p. IIIArrive Jls,.To" "T. p art' .III..... "I.I-. e''I: 1-.. rln,',,1.1.,' I...;; 11 I? .I I." rift .)
I ;' I, \ hurraiioii--' .",..BI, p. m and makes _. I Im een w 1 P ,-t.I ar.l I. -: I nl I ,. .. to I I 1Sl.
> : the Emery rh'l'r"a repotted: 1 'i- I to Mcilfe ami 1.' i
: I i! trip rrturn '
.
BUFFALO t .1'1\ \.w'r r4 : .... 'tl'., I t
.I..j .miis! gone Saturday bight but. th On the ef r 'I ,. '.
Wedne-dayatidSaturday :
:
., ( I
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I frm
\I' tM i rcI 100' Sly een i a !' t -
us exaggerated as the damage: xvasto ; boat wit leave Barrancas vri 1'ick- I s. ..aml II Sh, ,, r ,i 1\t" ,, .
I '. .. 'fir @
I' '' on 'T u,1)' m alI r ter a I
the north abutment caving In ens for 1'ena.tcola at tiW: p. m. I 1
in Irv da, i imaadunn
a r : m a w .I ly
'" or which, was repaiied bv Sunday mom 'i. Tin General French is for army !t >F Inird la, ISALVONA
I :\ :
;
1't ; ;
,,:" f ;i> BRAND c : only and out-Mer\ i'2 .st
1:1: : The tunnel nn this road at The \: purposes any mu-t CO., Pm ST. LOUIS. 0.
'" Iai'I, I tI.. I.l i .I of the uridge was repaired Fatal\ .. have a pa-s from the quartermastero :
1 M'Xt w. :. ,' take Pair i her. !t i'lr
t x Vrry b'adamai:" wa Ilm..l .it t
tit cull\ .I.o'ntl .vi < >1:01! dale, the yards of the Soutlun and : ll. S

-;d'! "> ii i't rincinmti Southern's grid :. bf -- .. THE GARDEN SECTION i io
v'l!1 !Ilje ,-
1'-1 ins: submerged and the tracks m ir'es o 'd :
wry ;
-, washed The flood Penetral.vl| th I ; I.
NeiL '-O3P-o I ,
fir-t floor of the lUbahatdiee Im t'l .

-f Government !largest hotel between Sinners : aril : NICK'SRestaurant
Florida.
IPensacola
,
l 'a'\r\ Chattanooga, and that portion of f' 'I

I' ',. I 'olfIL! ..n building was vacated S .

'le. I, 4,. IIIlIS1.t,'r Thirteen r 0 .
houses were washed away Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.
I i .II..lint; at Oakiialn and other points ai I .' 0III :

','A purl that .11. pants of these are reported! home 'I

': I I'I .:n\t III 1--ss ;MI>! in need of asM.stame f IT II -ssi.ff Beautiful Lots for Sale.
F ,
'J II ,11..1. I rff.1-! t.-d male or b-s-< damage: i u "n I I

I 't, !I.LillO' '!1.. at:uti li>'nut nilale w.i'.i :iMv.n'ini, -their---houses Uiiiil I NGPOW III m 40x137% feet at from $75 to $200 each, according f I''

to location and surroundings I i
This Will Interest Man. ,
-
Oysters in all -
To quickly introduce P. 1 It B. For Sale by All Grocers. : styles Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View t

I HIM(' Ilux. It"ltaii ic HIt".1 I Italmi.I tilt i.nnouSouthirn ............................ Short orders promptly High, Dry Fertile Lands. I
'> I' .iinl barn xv m. blood cure into new I
-- -- -
I n Mu- t-ainp tl.i- Inillwe will -.end. absolutely free filled! I

'! -'..'pI'! like tin 10 IMI tnil treatment.. HotniiicBli'"d ; PROFESSIONAL CA3DS. The grandest opportunity for investment ever

I 'I'1 welds. ltt11: 1 B ilm ,,1I.: 1 B B. quickly cures! .. -- -- ,---- .. -_ . Best the market offered in Pensacola. ,
old ulwr-. -crofiil. eczein: itching
: l.tUlitUK in the kin and blond humor-, cancel: eat- W. C. MONROE affords !
.- .HT: It vv.i- inz: Merwirore*, bull-,carbunclepimple : -, Rome Seekers Should See These Lob 1 it
,, ,1 ,ertiel, !ni ,
1 I. -: i>r .ilf-Mi-ivi eruptionpain- t
1 i 'i I OTI i te. 11 wad in oner joints. rht-um.itiMu. o.iUrrh TTOILYHr-.1. TL11r'lII { Private parlor for

in,-l:itel. for :! i>r :itiiy blood or kin trouble. dinner parties. -A- Gl\i"blDs I

I It'!. '.'4. l"l.t: r.otanic: Bland; Halm i ('. U. P. > heals I'l..,HRtt: nl"ll.III\i:, I

-' :r ._ "f tiio j'lIlI' ; eeryme or pimple, maketlie\ Corner Garden and .I1lca niz Streets. I I
nil) bl.,od pure and rich and! -top- all CIIKU' l-ACl: 'KIONTo : :
.If In'iiij a i iIi MODERN DENTISTRYAT
iI I .ieheand (pain*. !i..uuiic Blood\ I
i i' ': ,.oUP III tlif'I IJ.ilin: < 15. I 15.: IS. thoroughly tested
THE NEW GROCERY
; I 'Sift'I M> Ills Ulll : (,'rill: yearin ho-pital: and private STORE. s i !

..u.nitivv'Intlf' practice. ;sad haruml tln>uind- of MODERATE PRICES.
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f _
!
caejriveli up a- hopele". fold at

.ir Rheuniatism., free.Irutore;:treatment-. BI I per write huge. to l iood hotil"Uilin For Call! and Have Your Teeth Examined! : WILL MOVER

taku with a very Co Atlanta, Ga. M.Micineent at and get an e-tnnate ..f the! eot
macular rh..utl1\ once prepaid. Describe trouble andfree of your work. Mobile and New Orleans: Haturilay. -
!' medical advive given. KotanicP.lood 5 Keeps a Complete, First-Class Up-to-Date Stockof
lied me jjr at pain April leaving the t niou depot ,
15 dm B. H. I L': : ;k'lvelife, DR. BOULTER, at 10:;"W m. Fare for the round
After p.
try in}: : niii -
an.t rh"ul\1'IIt' l:.oi and -tren.'th: to the blood. The 1';-, s.l'alatns.Ippn.ite Oinent 'I trip, to Mobile KO..d for one day Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries. ,

i to u-e CliiiintxrII. liii' -t I'.lnod purifier made I'.otauieHi. : $1.;50; to New Orleans) good for two \

Which I I'.lil! -t.I'll .>,>,,1 15ilm 1 B:. 15. 15. iivea day, fl
.. '.,,,,1', ./- ,i"" :Il tlthy I'.loodupply: to the kltl antI W. C. ROWE, M. D. From Cantonment and Century .i l

r ilill| | 'if III I- 1:"IJI'" iuire sy-tet1LQN.J same as; Pensacola. Purchase tick ll.I.KPIIOSK 397ESTA1BLiSHED
*
Ortn-e: 1: .I'alal \x
!h b inJ after ,
i "tt -r. :
h.I .IV T015ACCOSPIT Hours from t(. a. m, ana ;n ;, p. '11. .
\\1\ (nlllplett D : I: "J M O KEourLifeauajI in-formation (
? f 1663. 1
H\RKI.. ?.lU 111. X \ al101afh' :o'IOCk.Phono I : I
'' all i cud1lnipthrtonPieru11004
y dru.rri-t- ;
; vou can r< clued of any form cf tubacco tmiigcS'ili GG. -
-. \f mai.e wear: strous:: male*"*. fu'Iifiu
.
w life and \u "> I'V taking HQ-TO-BAC, McKENZIE OERTING & CODIALIK8 : '
that raAi-s vmV menitanR.. )I ny1:1 1e
i len pouiijs in ten Uavs. Over SOOOOO t .
>.lUe cvnaiu con fur ctNuha. cured. All drniiri-ts. Cure gvarantfed, Ia.olet -- WICKE&CO. IK- 0 .
.I\ and advise IRIF.IY'S: MKRI.INGKKMEUV :: ,
!irr '. bitore, acid CO.. I.bl""i or Xtwotk.. 4J7 '
Ship Chandlery and General >hardware>
i s\ .luit-rfiil FdionNOY :
a 'Ij; .J, You will have pride in you ownrloer Plumbep Gas and Steam Fitter
80S AND 605 S. PALAKOX 8THI-rT: ''I
srardeu* if they are on your ,
CATHARTIC ,V own srround. Your lI ?band cllibuy M t3C3ENCY. .- -,---- S

ear a home and he can do it now although No. S South Palafox: : Street.All REVERE COPPER COMPANY.: JOHN A. ROEKLINO'8 HONH CO.'8 $

he may think otherwie.r.very Kinds Oi Plnrnbin: and Gas Fittings Materials Kept on Hand GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. ROl-j: '!EL & HON'S PCMPS. : '
woman wants a home of her "L.1PHnNt1 ssa '. PEN IAYrrel, 1o"lA Ii'
a 111e own/and if ,she will have a talk with flint Ctrtfiii Paul:, tilt, lutlcti ImtrgBisti, flirts, hciiri, kiln '
Drr l4 Thus. C. Watson & Co., the -- ----
This Is late of the genuine COMPASSES LOOS Eli :
C C Never sod Inbuilt leading Real Estate: Agent, they siguatare on every I

i dealer who tries to sell can show her how easy it is to get f3 (,, Laxative -QlR11ineTablet.v C. McKenzie Oerting Collecting Agent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent! ASBO ,
sl icthmj just u jood." one. v / % T/the "mod7 that cut s colli la one U/ elation I

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l' THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA FLORIDA TUESDAY APRIL 1. 1902


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11:! I.i THE SAVIOUR'S BLOOD. A COOL RECEPTION. I FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY

OFFICER NEE I I "'- .....,.,.
S A Belle of the Cra.I..... Preserved II W.. Sot Sirprlilnit. Tho..fc. !.
: SOCIETY EVENTS at Br..... Hew of the Esplaaatlo.

FINED $25 Many cities profess to possess as a Letters of introduction are not invariably -

;,; relic some of the blood of Christ, preserved sorviwablp. For one reason, PATENTLEATHER
::1 rn AND PERSONALS from that which flowed from they may be too frank. Harry Furniss
him during the crucifixion. :t. Louis I in his "Confessions of a Caricaturist"says

The trial of Police Officers Thos. brought particles to Paris which he that when a brother artist was
i l-44 t74 -I ', bad received from the emperor of Con- setting forth on his travels in foreign

{r Hon. John E. Btillman returned'0 Nee and Andrew Bolline occurred;,i stantinople.' The Church of St. John clinics he was provided with a letterof

.! from Tallahassee last night. Lateran in Rome; the Imperial monastery introduction to a certain British
*; i this morning and the case was con .
at Weingarten a church In Man consul.!
; C. C. Packard of Toledo Ohio is cluded. tua and the Chapel of the Precious The writer of the letter inclosed it t

; among the guests at the Escambia.S. Both defendants were chargedwith Blood in Bruges, all put forward simi In one to the artist saying that h<3
lar claims. would find the consul a most arrant
: K. Gilles! of DaFumak Springs |
fighting and were representedby j t i Tbe precious blood at Bruges enjoysthe I'II..h. a bumptious arrogant; humbug; VICI OXFORDSFOR
was among the arrivals at the Es- i widest fame and is retried to a cad to the tmckbone. Still, he would

j; cambia last night. attorneys. When the evidence ;|i have been collected from the Saviour's probably offer some courtesies to anyone I

,
I 0. Hollbrooe who spent the I winter was all in the mayor discharged wounds by Joseph of Anmatbea and who had a good social standingand :;
j for hishome '0' Nioodeinus when they took down the thus cuinix'nsite the traveler for i
afternoon
left this o
here Bolline and fined Nee $:!">. LADlE THAT SOFT PLIANT DRESSY
body from the cross. It was brought having to come In contact with such LEATHER. WITH
at l' !Sandorus III.
of Alsace in 1147. vulgarian..
1 to Bruges! by Thierry an >
Herbert D'AIemberte has returned 0, Painkiller. j! He had received it from his brother-in- On the return of the artist to Kn;' CUBAN A> D FRENCH HEELS, IN ANY SIZE OR WIDTH THAT

from Philadelphia where he has ,I| so justly celebrated, was introduced' law, Baldwin, king of Jerusalem. land the writer of the letter asked how
been attending college. to the public about sixty years ago: Nearly six centuries ago the extraor- be bail fared with the conul."Well YOU MAY WANT AT
: and now enjoys a popularity- dinary devotion paid to this relic at my dear fellow," drawled the
t. Jol r. J. \\'. Lurton spent yesterdayon equalled by any other medicine. Bruges by the Inhabitants and visitors artist, "lie did not receive me very
For the of cholera
cure dysentery
f the P. & A. road returning last had induced tbe ecclesiastical) and civil ,-. and be did not ask me to dmner ,
morbus rheumatism and
coughs;,
,, night on the 11 o'clock train.. colds, scalds burn, etc, it is with authorities to institute a solemn procession In fad he struck me as beinr'; $2.50PAIR.
out an equal. Sold by all druggits.Avoid ; iu which it should be borne in rather cool."
Jno. W. Henderson ,
a prominent substitutes, there i- but one the siieeis. ""'I'll. you ilo (surprise me," rejoinedhis

t young; attorney of TulUtussee: : was Painkiller, Perry Davis. Price 23candiOc. ; A confraternity of the precious blood fiieml. "Ile,'st cad, as I told jo'i .

I among last l1i {ht'i arrivals at theE consisting of thirty members with a in my !letter, but he's very hospitable

I -cambia. priMost and four chaplains was established and leally can't iinder>tanu this stat I

1 o to guard lit all times. of thing. \i>u gave Lim my letter 01 YOU'D THINK THEY COST MORE WHEN YOU Efo. le I. "
the
M. X.'o
?le. representing EXPECTED INCREASEIN The procession takes place annually atilrtshk tihi !
II '; Harry Wemnger Tobacco! Co., of and the blood contained In n crystal "Why. I thousrht so. but, ..10ou

Louisville, is among the jovial tra vt cylinder and inclosed in its shrine is know on mj journey home I iliscm I. -

,i'; tiling: men at Hotel Kncauibu. SHIPPINGThe carried about with much pomp and cud it m lilY lHN'L1't1hINlti. >o I mils

I ceremony have Landed to him lnstea jour note 1
The Easter Monday bill given at ,
io mi about him:" I MEYER
SHOE
; the :irmory la"t mzbt by the C'hipley statement: in THE X E\\'s several she Drew the line. The \plan.ition was gnfte adequate, I CO. .
;, Light Infantry was a splendid tucss He-Won't jo' make up dat quarrel

.:- in every particular and was days since that the sailings on Miss Black au' 'low me to esculent yo' It ruin[ :Make !inltlit'u.

greatly enjoyed by all who} attended. I the Serra Line to Liverpool fruin home? Ws too goal a chu'ch mem- A discussion leeeiitly look place In' Feel Kuril Mi or- for (u-h Onh,
ball not to fu dtm what has offended .
Hon. H. W. Bruce and wife, of IVnsacoIa would probably be increased gib the smoking r'H'1Iof a Swiss hotel betn -
jo'. ell a Merman: and American a? 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
r Louisville, Ky.: pass! !d through tl.e' in the near future has Bhie-I fo'sjib 1em. Mis tab Johnson, .
to the merits of their rpspetlurmip
I city last night en rout to their home attracted con"ide"able interest andit but 1 doau' 'low dem to tscoht me The former belie\ed lit discipline and
in Louisville. Mr. Bruce is chief home.- .
udge.Paxson
;
now develops that there is no trained troops. The American behe\od ,
; attorney for the L. &. N. railroad. He in training, too but held that a lot depended
I1'1 and! his wife have barn touring ]j doubt that the service will! be increased upon the material I tr.iined WWWthWiWWthEaster
.
Cuba I i at once, with a strong probability & Hall'sTransfer. "(liven" quoth he "that brains are

James KellyofO: ; West Komana of drawing to this port the lacking, no amount of physical training ,
will make for them Take the
.
up
<-tree t received a message yesterday: / entire service now operating from
American troops, comparatively nu
afternoon from Montreal stating: New Orleans to Porto Rico New
trained, and bee how well they fi;.:ht Offerings S
j-|l''' that big father was very ill and not I York, Liverpool and Bordeaux.A It's because of their brains. I

I r expected to live. Mr. Kelly left on j \III\"l.nsl.." rejoined the aroused
II railroad man intimated yesterday SPECIAL ATTENTInNGIVEN ,
the 1L u) train last night to beat his Oorm.ui. "rntrained troops can inner
>> father's bedside. I that the ollicials of the companywere 'III stand n.:iin..t well drilled ones. Take o-AT-o ..

I IC so well pleased with what they jour country, for example, with practically -
'- I. Kobt. .\. French wasin the I i Baggage and Hauling no drilled army What wouliljou
.; dry yesterday looking; vastly improved found here that the company will be do"- He paused impressively and L. FRIEDMAN & GO'8 I-

: in health after rusticating ;: requested to operate all their .feet Machinery Sifea: Pianos and then said "What would you lo if Germ.inj ,

for several! weeks on the extension j from Ptn-.lcola. and there will be no Furniture Moved Promptly at landed an army of sadist; ) per

l work of the Yellow River railroad I surprise if this change should go into :short Notice : also Conduct.... fettly dulled shores and perfectly" equipped RACKET STORE. ..

with hii brother hiving gags.ed 17 1'1 H'I'CI.Livery .,\. -- men on jour : --
effect by July 1. IJury them, was the quiet but complete '
pounds in weight. He loft l ;
again' ,
s; tt'is morning for the coeue of his-!; Weekly sailings have: been in con- Feed and rejoinder.-Detroit Tree Press .ln..l irchcil i a ll.ihilsoimLine "l' l'Ullla"I :.

4 1'rl'<;pn t libor.Secretary: templation for some time and therei t-'ill,1 at .. . . . . .. .. ... ... .. . 7..H'a(1. .
He Kept His Leg. ;Ladies \\ilkin skfrt..lut: KN-fciifil. 11ft
Thos. Appleyard of ; not the least doubt that the increased Sale Stables. IHMII . . ..._. In >S ....
...
the Florida Pre-s, AMocntion, who I service will be commencedat Twelve years ago J. \V. :Sullivan I'iiTCs. IMrss 17itighaiii.., north IU,', lit' .
of Hartford Conn., scratched his l
i'' nag been detained in the city since once. i>i Cotntt Zarragossa and Jefferson Streets, leg with a rusty wire. InHammi- ;:-" at 7(- jsinl ...

e. the adjournment looking after the The next steamer of this line to Opposite Plaa. .< Telephone 251. tion and blood poison set in. For .",t, Ladies* ll.islcr: :.silk :Miiit m'arl', \\oitli R

publication of the Bulletin, left this I two years he suffered intensely.;: ><>, lor. M..1<> ...:
load: here i is the Viviua, which is due Then the belt doctors urged amputation '
morning{ for his home in Lake City. I I II{
q His re-election for the fourteenthtime I on April 5. Her cargo: which i i., II|I HARRY HALLS 1Akti. bottle, of"but.Electric he writes Bitter'f used and one Tj -
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I Prettiest well the
at "
was a deserved compliment to valued at over a quarter i j Manager Transfer Department 1Villinery Hati\iutheCity."wttthel'trdtctof
I _
hi<- lIdelity and (ltn"rtn in lie position dollars, is now awaiting her and the I I my leg" was as! sound and well as1ever. all at our opening Thursday.
For Eczema.
Eruptions
|| which he has so long and so s-Igually I i i 11II(:
I
If !honored. wharf employe purpose: making: a1 -- -:- : ':'- :r :-----T'V': ; -: blood Tetter disorders, Salt Rheum Electric Sores Hitters and has all Let Us Trim Your Easter Hat for You. .:

n I Ifi. record by putting in the cargo aud Change of Address:! no rival on earth. Try them.V. .
Mr. W. W. Taylor wife and two We Guarantee you Perfect Satisfaction. ...
showing the company how rapid !asteam.ip A. D'AIemberte, 121' 1 S.: Palofox
t- ; ch.rlllind.tIl hter.;, Mis-if I'.isMef I street, will guarantee satisfaction or II{:
can be loaded. So confident DR. C. RAY MITCHELL,
'f;f and Margaret, who remained at refund money. Only I 50 cents.! ..:

'j{ Hotel E"cambia: since. Siturdiy, leftr are they on this score, the em- ;i DENTIST.I' O.A.9TORXA.Bem .
Gl
I I'
'!r| .; noon forl'W Orl.an;. Mr. Taylor: ployes offer money at big; odd that: the A Ito Kind Ya Halt Bleats fcJBlgnatw YOCUAXXIOUS TO PLEASK.

.f.l one of the lead ing lumbermen of 0' at least two days will be cut from r April 1st Tbiesen Building. I l4+-# : ..

> 'ViscotiHin and 0' .. .. of L. FRIEDMAN
tj 1oa the xjkout fort the u-u11 time of detection in port. : a .foo :; & CO. :.
t't -alable! timbf-r land Not finding !!
Tie Serra Line ?
'
opt'fatestl'am-
'f' icy in Florida he will try hi, luck in

JM,! :MH"i i"sippi.: They arc :all from L", ship*, it was stated yesterday

t-: '' f 'rosse, 'iVn. Should thi< number be added to the 'rWNmY'v WNmm

;- The beautiful P.enedictiis: coiii-i already healthy outlook v!:t- summer -

J't .'"-ed by Prof. E. 0'1.! diallerfor 1|i here woiiM\ be one f tlt| mo-t Dress Goods Sale
t :..................1.1.1.N1.1.1111N.101.1.1N.104.
:::t ::4t.< )Ikhad l church Ei-ter serM'e prosperuu: inl'f'n.lcllb''btor\ .
: .
was sung by lls. P-'erllfll,

'k\ wan po,I'a Highly cultivated FREE SEED o-AT-o : $10.00 Suits : I $3.50 Shoes i

I"'I'H and sing; 4oprnn and c">n- ,

J. tralto with perfect eis". Mrs.. Bell: | for $6.50 |: :: \ for $2.50 i
led the Hebrew choir at Hot DISTRIBUTION The Store
Big .
Ark., for .
i Springs; sixteen years or .
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i t! more Liul also sin: ' .1 i Pa.eugor A.rent J. W. Lurton re : iS
. oiinrch lu the same city j i .

:+ liev. X. B. C. Love H. Il., of Ih.h-| portthis morning the completion itf Monday and Tuesday. Ltl .. ,
of the
1!' It'r, Ohio, who I has l)....n ax;;isting free red distribution inaugurated : I .. S

r Hon. Wallace: Bruct* in the rouJuct'tl '| : by the L. A N. railroad sometime "* .
? An Arabian Proverb.
{! .if the Chiiuauijui, pay Linen huiting, suitable for Ladies' Suits ...20, 25 and 33c.Gentlemen's .
: the city 1.i"t night; on his way home tion of water melons. I : .
:
: Dr. Lavfl i u snpermtoiident of the s
j The company ha* distributed altogether : Suits and Boys' Wear. .
at t
Chautauqua Lakevmw Ohio and '
if,"t! has had large: experience in Ctuu 174s pounds of -eed. each Embroidered Swisses in Colors < Exclusive Patterns ] : He that knows; not and knows not that he knows not, :

fi;l tauqua: work. HB spuaks in highly o pound being ulHcletit\ to plant two e a reduced to. ... .. .. .. . . . . f>9c yard Ie | : Is a fool-shun him .

\' Complimentary term* of Florida andS acrei -. Satin Finished Foulards! former price ?vies reduced ti S ..

'.f.[ Pensacola and says the present ses- i i The seed was distributed mostly to.. ... ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. jjc; yard .. 1t ..

-lon of the assembly at DeFuniak in Florida. A small amount wa; sent ,, Imitation Satin Foulards (similar designs). ... .. 45c yard : He that knows and know not that he knows, :
Springs has been the most successful : All our Ret Grade of Printed Lawns; we sell at-'ja' c yard I Is asleep-wake him. .
to farmers on the r..f M.\
;; division .
: -"ave one-in its history !Satin Stripe Albatross and Nun's Veilings former .

I i upon urgent request.'ASSAULTED c price Toe now .. ... .. .. ... .. .. .. 59cyard r : ..of. i

KOOII AM: NKt'ltl.i. V-inch Albatross, all\ Colors were 50c now .... 89c yard .
: He that knows; and knows that he know
"1 The Ki! 40-inch All\ Wool Skirting in neat stripe, 5oe .
Hood food
cures neuralgia and
i grade ... ... .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ....421. C yard .. 'd .
many other diseases if it n the A ROCK 1
45-inch Point De Spree Nets, white, black and
kind of food and taken !
right regularly
:
-- colors! ..... ... ..... .... .. .... ...... . ... 45c yard : He that knows he can buy hi! Clothe from
for the proper food will surely rebuild J This Half Wool (stripe and checks) in Tennis Flannel 15c yard : McMillan and Beers at Cost and don't :
the cellular tnuue and build morning about 11 o'clock Annie -
the right kind of cells instead of diseased Japanese Fans, splendid assortment 5, 10, 15, 25 to roc each Z Is an ass-(de) ride him. IS

: cells. When the rebuilding is Franklyn, a colored woman had! Sun Honnets. .... ... .. .. .. .... .... ...25, 35 and Me each i
i p under way the disease leave- la I quarrel with a small negro boy Clipper Brand Hose for Children Double Knee, I'
is the factand : :
4 food That cure. There are tbe hundreds base of! the of I named Arthur :Sessions, over some Seamless... .... .. .. .... .. .. .10c pair or 3 pairs! for 2ic j

of Ladies' Lace Stripe Hose.. .. .. ....10. 1.,25 and &)
thousands cases to prove the truth cows during which she c pairLadies' :
picked up a ............NN. ..:
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"f this ail ertlOI1. large-sized", rock, knocked Silk Tape Sleeveless Vests.... ... .lOc or 3 for 25c .

A man in Delaware, h., Mr the little 7-8 Lonsdale Cotton... .... ...... ... .. .. .14 yards for fl.Oo I : .

;( Thomas has been greatly Craven alllicted saws: "My with neuralgia wife. i I fellow in the head and then ran I Boys' Balbrilgan Shirts and Drawers... ... .. .. .Wo suit : $2.00 Hats! $5 Pants !

I. and has! never found any : away. Special Officer Frank Sanders j
I
. medicine that would cure IK.:' i i was soon on her track and she
I was told that if she c-ml' Ite fed I"I for $1.00 j | for $3 j
| was! landed behind the
bars of the
on Grape Nuts Breakfast hood for a ,I II EHllimtt !Io1jiitiOit& .sOU.I 2

time we started she would on Grape-Nuts.probably; pet! well Within, so I I city jail: on a charge of an asaultI .......>...>........NNNN................1.*...*.
[ with rock.
t a -
a very short time Wife becaiua entirely

free from pain and is: now, to Arthur Sessions! was also taken to We will launder your spreads for and
all appearances: entirely cured of AU kinds of chairs
15
cents each and make them look
iw her trouble. j I the city jail, where his wounds were = __ ____ ___ i like uw. Star Laundry.Seasonable .
We cannot find words to express I dressed by City Physician rocking chairs at .Marston
Pierpont.
Plant a spring garden.The I Don'tmi-s the bargains that
,' oar appreciation of the beneficial re- are householdand
The cut was in the back of the head being offered in furniture Prices very
suits from this greatest food In existence Willis Hardware Co. at the $ Quina's. are
kitchen utensils at the
Grape Nuts." I and is quite painful. Swell Furniture House, 20 and
can sell you the tools cheap. / West! Government. 221, Willis Hardware Co.'s. low.


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