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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 14, 1902
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889.
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T::: tts What Members Mean to Teach Secretary UNDER ARMS AT BRUSSELS. STATUE OF ROCHAMBEAU By the Sale of Horses and Mules to the British i i "".


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Root. : Government. i f'r'
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i Special to TheJJrusel News i,

I I II April 14.-The belief is''!
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daily growing that the riots of the ..
,.w. Paris, 11.-United statesAmbasaUor II Special to The i<"< Wi.
April
CHICAGO AT MERCY la=t few days will ioou become a re I TO STOP SHIPMENTS I ii

H \irallL- 1''iluclan+ bellion. Today thirty-five thousandmen I : Porter today presented Lathrop, Mo., April H.-O. P. I

t.... yruwuf liri OF INCENDIARY TORCH are under arms. King Leopoldand to President an i I TO COLOMBIAN REBELS

iiy Uoot und C..ra.p--:: his a \'i"HS realize the jjraecondition loiter from President Roosevelt in- Dockery, who was ent here to
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: .tut repre-entativM 11.etaluT14 I of affairs, made worse by riting !him to attend the dedicationof \ investigate: and make a ecret report
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Nf I :,Ip'Clltt 10 The News .
.' tl, war -pitrtnibiit the report that Queen Henrietta is i' the statue of Rochambt-au at on the condition under which the San rrd..i.-m April U.-Twenty.: .

t'hicav; April I U -- Am-i extin dying of heart dNea-e. The govern fife t ,'a-1 11 rrL't..ta: : (if war wer I
set I.at they u-.J to KU.sl'iUK mall> tierct fire. yesterday, at Wa h.ngton May 21. l.riti-h: government is buying and
most ot th-ui elite together and ment's firm opposition to universal II shipped! to the Vlop.ibtun, rnbt-U from ,

UI.I: l>Brs every day api. i handling mules at the Guyton-Har- thtti i port on the City of Sjdney last |
taier.tly of inceadiaty origin, the fire sutlraije is the cause of the trouble. j

.. it ot South ringtou ranch, that so far he Tuesda: j I
-t-u more eiuph: ic.i tan Chicago at daybreak today -- COMMERCIALCRISIS I says J
The -ur.fcul for Colorub'a! rec were called U|. : lilo to Secretary' has found violation of the neutrality word from New Orleans that the arms .
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the most gsrtous of the lung string; of j MAJ. WALLER '
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t and ammunition! were on the way from i
I' t re..u.-t+ and blaze"i.The. I laws.
i that city, but did not prevent the ship- "l
first of this fires
mornings! cons -
..1 minyv cnngre-s- ... meat on the steamer He appealed: tJ I
sum a barn containing several
ACQUITTED MEETING OFESCAMBIA the collector of the port in the matter. |
horses St. Patrick's church cams next
IN CUBA Thtcollector wired to Washington for "
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and it was: destroyed before the fireman tewer
H secretary. : i+ being; --- I Instructions and today received an
reached It. Scarcely had they '! OIL GO.'SSTOCKHOLDERS '
that he .should prevent any10-
Wlt'l i formal dent iuls! by reacted the church when they were Special to The Xe'II S.Wa ,
( alltd! to tight a dangerous looking I i, .Special to the News.Washington I lation of the neutrality law a. Further

... .if CoDgre: for ex hiugtonpril II.-Friends of I|I shipments an expected, and la view
fire 11. The
at Willard Sons & Bell forge April out-
of the fact that the
authorities of the
w y their ttliru to get works. After a hart fight hare the I|! Major Waller here are delighted look for practical results from Cuban United States at this port bare Len radUswd (
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!flam* wore checked, meanwhile the with the from Manila which I II )
.. ;,.nonal requfst-s hive: news I reciprocity legislation I is not so to take a part in the matter
warehouse of the Washington Ice company
includes the statement that by a The !stockholders' meeting of the tome trouble may be experienced In
ha i caught! fire and before the i j jflarow I I cheerful as the outlook for the legislation

were !subdued $5.000 damages; 'I vote of 11 to 2! in the court martial i ii I itself. Escambia Oil Co., called for 12: getting: the arms on any outgolnj

I I' ...t S Ii sorely di-pleased Lad been donw. The. Calumet theater: i i trial Major Waller was acquitted on !I The Cuban advocates declare that i ii o'clock today, was largely attendedand steamer

!i.-..u Rwcesaary: tn di-' cam: next, sustaining! $10,000 damages interest manifested
the charge of killing natives ata: great was r I
before the tire was extinguished. A j I tariff concessions now will make lit-I WAGE

'Iiwhich the d-pirt-; fouritory structure Laving a feed mar without a trial.: tie diilerence in the commercial ; by those present. President J. Ernest SCALEIS

i nth-r withhold from store on tht (ground floor and dwelling! Major Waller will most likely be a j i I expected, and that whether congress I Haars called the meeting to order SIGNED I ; 11

r above, was discovered burning before I candidate to succeed General Hey-j I and in the absence of the secretary,
votes for reciprocity or not, the advantage -
the theater was put out. Two families! !
: wood as commander of the marine I Hon. J. Ed. O'Brien, Mr. Cha'. A. j ---
,- now I eatiuK Secretary ceraped in their night! clothes. The will not be enough to war I

building was dt-strojed. Meanwhile | corps when he retires.It their their Choate was chosen secretary pro tp..cial l to The News.Youngbtow .
rant holding '
sugar.
"-Indifferently and in.im :Nicholas! ScLrowler's saloon was burning is understood that General Chif- I tem. n, U., April 12.-A specialthis
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l !; down. The total loss of this morning's morning/ from Wheeling W. Va.,
'. ffl that, I'.intrrftrrlJ -! fee has been ordered to cable the I National Forest' Reserve.W"t5hicgt'in I A call of the stock showed 5fi4S33
fires Is put at $30.000.:; rays:

:! \\"rl An the biiildinna: were not near each main facts regarding the instruc ,. April 12V: !KPJ'rec"ntatlve I shares represented in person or by At a conference held here 't\H'1
Moody! of Xorth Carolina has I
other the firemen declared that the tions Major Waller had concerningthe ;: from the house proxy, the same being a majority.The the offlcers and w'aye committee of th*
reported committee: on
firtis were the work ot an incendiary : .Awasamllled! Association! of Iron :
&MEO FORCE methods he followed. agriculture a bill establishing; ana' president stated the purpose
The pen.I le of South Chicago were Steal and Tin Workf-rs and officials! of
-- i tioual forest reserve In the mountain 'lof
rrwafl alarmed flY the rapid worK of I the meeting-to consider the the Republic Iron and: StevI company J
I forest of \'incinillYest Virginia ,
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'NES RIOTERS\ the firebug and a careful watrti U bemi regions i present coLdition of the comrany- the scale for the year beginning July! S
FIGHTING I r.'oitti diu': South Carolina! Georgia
); Kept today MORE i 1. ll\ i>2, w.s signed! The scale for I
I I Alabama and Tonnfss.-e The bill i and made au informal statement: of t
-- -- Th> fiaanunl losses! Will aasregat! I the year signed Is that of last year.It .

S sil '211.1")0.vIJ'nce l: of intendiarUm was IN SOUTH AFRICA carries' an appropriation of $10.111)1). its operations and present condition, affects about 20,000 worktrb In the I I
, I ; ;i 0 jo rnnvfndna;. h Ar !
.1 s i -'tba\- The report SPI.S forth the
joined the police in patrolling the -- I I The act*-convention signing of the
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:i : ;atA* i ': ov-i :' need of preserving this region and an indebtedness on open accountof
,; ,. HttI in an fftort to guard property irate is unheard of. thin being the first
\t 'I" t Il.f' ''if: ''u- t'f'; special to The New.. argues that the national govurnmect $l IIxll< and an estimate of the cost !
and capture th- incendiary! or Incendiaries time a seal!* was ever signed before j
i 'ot sty i : t 1 r i -!urbanres!' is the only power to conduct a workof
triM h' f1! .. number ofer.ialaw In spite of the extra IMVCHJ London, April H.General Kitch- of continuing work on the well, for I the convention. It remains for that .
this magnitude,
lions, howt, '\fr. today fires were start ; I body to ratify the action of the com
s. ; <. :sitars lit the I iener today reports several engaze-; oil, to a depth of about UW feet,
id The c'.tU'ms: were bewildered at I mittee. but that is conredi'd It is not
..' 4i. "1 ,11P \>," ,- t #* appears iul.Q' : i Itiieat* in which the I'.oers: lost Ii I May' Raise Minister's Rank. I and to include the payments: ; of the
tie attack\ and the daylight was wel I believed there will be a strike or shutdown
I :I.mrrLaneal 11'1 :Nw\v York. April .-Holxrt 9. :fc, :
corned with great rfliff.I, heavily. The di-patch say: I accounts due, of #:2 ;jiJO L ntfST this! suonifr and the doing away
; Jin lovnl Cormack minister to Australia, who

',".he u:.fl:. : tu 'read ia the A d-jUiectt- boy, supposed: .. to be a -Colonel Uulenbrander surrounded I I came here to m..tt .ir. McCormaij'H The possible value of the water with the< Oncertftlr.tles att, ndlng a
'tai pyromaniac! is said h\* several fray l ld I i threatened Blri':'". The Amoriran Sheet
t 1'r' Slutallst I Commandant T.eyer's laager;; near : end Miss Patterson, of Chicago, 011the'.r now flowing from the well was considered -
.. nt.to hate, hewn l st-cn at all the Steel company and American TinPlate
11':1,1: ( 'n ,.e+ep the men atur arrival. from the United States I
fires He IB about 17 3 ears of a.;;e anlweais 1'ieter-burs; Colonel Murray was | the president' staling that company have Ix .n granted the
!a. Tae.lay. whens I
thinks there is no doubt that the Australian -
..1'. ill.i ,iit''.rtam rnovtui a red sweater and d< rby hat. : wounded. Operations have since i !('ghlaUIios3..mLly will pass the terms of the lea=e of the company same rocsiil-ration. i

i. I- It.. mot h'Rnihi'ant Three reedl!nts ...i>' that they could 1 continued duly. Iyer's; loses, im1' the bill raising the Austrian mlnUnr from the Pilots' as-uciation did
Identity him if they see him again Anderson Acted In Self-Defense. .
t | rltt> 'It Uh tb* nprn Up wounded and Patrol; at Washington to the rank of amUs&a-
killed missing not include
TUolr dtsrrsption! taliie! ; in 'ach case or contemplate such a .
II. !.nmh.-i 01 d"jmti"if!' dor.. tablet the London correspondent Cleveland April li:! -.Iml :e l Kenny, |

<'? !'ttitvin nail the J.thrral The police are looking for him. from Dulferstem defeated, date not of The Herald : product. lot the ctntral tiollfv (ourt. tixlay did- t

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,. Seth and Door Interests to Combine. Alabama Convict Earnings i shot and killed William Franks!
II > ot thetit tenlay
ihj.it toning !
and several inbsin I j
wounded ;
teen ; the
president be authorized to issue
Chicago. April 12.-Forty-ti\t n.anu:
to grant imivoreal! I >mT'I Monisomery.: Ala April 12.-Con' in South I'urlH. a s'lliuili. After a
facturfr an-i dealers in sash doors "Colonel Bruce Hamilton was attacked vet! earnlr.fts in Alabama during the additional stock to the
Iriff
split eotubly! bh. n.th np4'nicffri present l-arng; the court said it was a
end window fixtures: me about to en : The i sir: month ending with :March were'': I
hauls in tbi pi".*>>r.t near Kooseval. enemy ; stockholders at live cents per share dear ca--i of M If ilffnicf, It Wit
tr Into a coralnn to establish a scaleof I i $!9119u.3S! !, while the exponditur!
,. thoaUtion of the mnrt'rtf"! killed ( shown! that .\h.l'l",11.tI,1 not shoot :
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was repulsed losing forty-four for the
pnre-s' on the produc ts of the were f39O'i;! .97, showing a' net profit i purpo-e of continuing the
.IlJUI'.w tn< Ut avnl < Ion!,; as the facto'I'i until hI' had hear aisagltMl and that
:" itlnn rr.utinues glee "II VII The Intor-Oeean. A and thirty-four wounded. Twenty (,I $57,92141:! This la quite phonorne jnal j work of boring for oil if the same FranKs had fr"qu" ntly threatened to I

IDA bas; hewn called for next Thurs.. I were captured Commandant Pot in the history of the department should be deemed expedient. The kill him. Twfntyfiur houis before J
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Auditorium! hotel! The intrc
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Beer Leaders:: Coders diy the killed. the Looting Anderson n.drrifd the 111.!
.. either was among i 3irveyor Croft motion was carried uuanimou-ly: bya I.
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Holland April IS -DrTr ;t d firms arE bltuatcd: in the large I, I voriPd wife of Franks. Anderson
citi from 1'ittsburg: to the Rocky! i' "The Iriti: -h loss was six killed i i viva voce vote, of those
bk\aal anent and other New York. April 12 -Silas C. Croft many came h<>re from Ilnsley, a suburb of

!p.' + hi 1 lunrf conference tnouLtains: Competition\ ri-p"ited'' and fifty-two wounded. Colonel | of the port of New York, died today )I present announcing their intention birmnmhani, Ala.Weekly .

to have caused rata cutting and under from heart failure He
aftar- was appolnl'dilur'f'or
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x( nin4 Dr I.ft'ls Kokewich pursued the enemy capturing 1 to accept such stock. The price of
bidding! to a disastrous extedt of the )OlIn 1SS7: President
by
i-j that tao m*'(tcic was: Bank Statement
two guns and one pompon. stock to outside parties, was not fixed ,
with tb* conf'rfnra era McKinley. New' York. April 12 -The statement

i Kiorksdnrp. Transvaal col-! Minneapolis Mills To Close Down. i but was left to the board of di- of the Associated bunks! show: Loam I'

1 ,iwover he a14 'l. coull, Chicago! April \i.-On account ofravlo Parted rlnnt \JIIU.iSt.\ 't. dt> '
I rectors. lrf'8o"! $qR41 fjrg}; :
OFPRISONERS' It Is to fend to
TORTURE nt supply
ri.ary any
premium of from 1 to
to a
'.'d without prevlou pay : I' '
posits ri7.3C1.4i0 l dt4'r"a 14.61.;;
1'. cente over May wheat together large plant jITow1nll In a mail: Mr. Chas A. Choate moved that a f f'I
"l the 1I)8r reprecesta' I 9'"}; circulation UI.92"I\\ .
('real t
The sail gets f<> full of fee dlnh routs
.' with a J""Uni In the dtmand for flour that nourishment must lx, npplloil\ ex.tran..u committee of three be appointed to l$:3frnO; legal l t"nd.ra $71.Mt>,3"0. increase j :
and high! freight! rates says Th
Chronicle. :Minneapolis correspondent, -ly. A goal I fertilizer nuppll ;continue thy pending negotiationswith U,3r.UII); specie, 1171,995.800! ; I f;

> Elects Orfleers. I the plant with fi..xl quite ns sufficiently I the Pilots' association decrease Jl.25S.40ft. rosfnc JJS,81\ ..
cent of the Minneapolis'tent lookingto
about 50 '
'. C. Arril l-Th:: per i as: would r"lOttn&! I 10". Itureasc $10S.f>fiO, reserve r.iuir
mill will close down for an In1dSnite a mutual
for
agreement utilizing
association bell Its :' Kditor Daily NewsSashington. ed 523t.3tn,3n! d6cr,'a,t2 JU14J20 ; ,

yesterday, which r* l length of time tomorrow night April U.-Sergeant I j An tot Manh. j the water now flowing from the well surplus $4.7B1.7oO. Increase Il.i22.t26. i :

** **. IteslJect. Mrs. L. I IBombay. A favorite dls-h of the East Indians 1'1 and within
Revolt Against Portugal. I report ten days to the
of the
..'. s--r yr pruM! wti. Mr, B. revolt Charles :h. Riley, formerly ;, an ant mah The Inio-t are caught in I Stay of Execution Granted. ,
Another
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April 1 -
board of director This
r.." )113 rice president. !lIL arnmst the rortuKues has broken out 2!>th infantry, told the senate com I,, pits! and masked by handfuls like ral- also was Chicago, April l2.-Judge, Marker J '

.*', bird vlca president. Mrs. at Ooa the colony of Portugal, on the mittee on the Philippines today! j fn carried unannnou-ly by a viva voce I today denied a new trial to Dr. Orvllte I

'' !I. trrMurrr, Mrs wt- The leader of the vote. S. Burnett, but granted a stay of 8"ntfnco -
\- west coast of India. ,,I that he was an eye witness i! of the To Prmhfn Raisin i
r*. In J. Walter till : 3
rtary.f May to allow
Mahratta landowner hall taken up have dried The meeting an appeal. t '
If Ccs or raisins up PO I thereupon adjourned
4 with 5,000 follower, who haveburned !'! torture by American army officers of Dr. Burnett was recently convicted of. .
:, arms they seem chippy put them on a plate
I the military barracks at Val I II :I I prisoners at the town of Icharras.4farston'5 | In a Pteamer and s.'t over bon! wa I Lanier Withdraws From Race. murder Tb. chance was based on the' 1

a ct 'for Coast Line. l'OY, wh.r. some soldiers were kill.J.II ter. In half nn hour they will l,,> plumpas I West Point Ga., April 12.-Mr. Phil. allegation that be aided and abetted \
-' nl 13 Th Jury
A
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Mrs.
; ; Charlotte
I Quinci are Xlrhol. wife of a South.
when boucht Allow the moisture -
Just lp Lanier has withdrawn hi
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do- I
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: urdlct for ,
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4 Rw His Resignation Called For. : agents for the celebrated to dry o5 and roll them In confectioners' one of the candidates for the Democratic ern railroad man. !In committing ulCldt ri
'i.e of WlUlam II
caw I .
.'.! the Atlant Coast Washington April 12.-The eecre- Odorless refrigerators, I sugar before putting them nomination! for the IliClttun! I
letter
tary of the treasury has Bent a -
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a 'I: .\ e.uit.ia44 bya I guaranteed away. from Troup county. f
i tij to Assistant Commissioner of la- absolutely or Macedonian Threaten Uprising f

a 1"'IIIr. o2 the migration r (ccy, I. This Vienna April 12.-The Neue frets! h
money Will
.. Interest ,
II it.still: Thu eras fast are in rjnj-Bajiin.: tie c.r II COTS tic w .'.ta.I Mothers
ta'.llcg:! for tU resignation. Pease today publishes a dispatch: from
'.:! and O"cu.114 too day Cleaning ladies skirts and waist Mother Gray'i !Sweet Powders for Children If
the printers to tell you about Sofia Bulgaria announcing that I
l'n lll In Cigara is ollpn a star Laun I pay Cure ieverlshn, Bad Htomacb, 1\
rrtailm specialties.
a a it a m'tml.: > [Is one of our 1 r '
the big bargains: in furniture. If Teething Disorder Break up Colds move ,reclamation his been Issued by M.Bartflofl. i

m)th; not hu uuli I..lil'ar.\:" new dry. t you miss them it i? your fault, not I and regulate the Bowels and Destroy the Macedonian leader, call t

J I L'Rf A COLD IN ONE DAYSI Kl: (Irroi.The I mine. Yours truly 0. M. Pryor, 20 Worm They Iotr" Ia\t. over :!i.I')." testimonials leg on the Macedonians In Bulgariato J
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n.J.oIYTED-Reliable man u all drugl t4. iic.
Government street. sample
I Quinine remove the man who owns hi. own home and 22 West I mailed RKE. AdlresaAllea: tt. Olmsted, : Join In a K"neial uprising April 17. I

't."vii' IqCllalur"| ua every insurer himself against; lots of to drive dairy wagon with I LeRoy, N, Y.BANNER. Bands collecting .a the Turkish froa. I

:HIrt'IlIn trouble and worry. Nobody can large route. Must' come well Pocket cutlery and scissors I tIer are to co-operate and Invade Turk '

I freezers that rai.-e no terrors his rent.for him.and the It's rent eay day to owna has; 1 recommended. Apply in \ from the finest to the the W BilDDDDIIIIIJJJI SALVE HBilllV Msillfl S IJJ l lf, */ a4 41ff.r'at points. I

"' uick at the Willis home now. .J:1Yi.: ; Thos. C- 1 person at Lakeview Dairy cheapest, at the Willis moat healing salvo inworlefc
tel how If you are down town opens"J
Watson & Co. can you on the
:1 immediately. 2t lIard ware Co. Try THE NEWS Want Column.
: leg day .
r \\C'ire Co"S, ea vuiLall and see them.

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V : No Truth In Reported Crisis-Rumor,

': ed Peace Prcposal.

c I London. April 12.-In consequence

I of thepromlE'n! <,e given by the afternoon -

[ :\I newspapers to the report that a

; cabinet! crisis had occurred owing to

rr ltA' i ,r | a breach between Mr. Chamberlain
i and S'.r Michael llicks-Reach: en the

i method of raising war funds, Ir.I .
for Infants and Children.
1 hi r ?S 1 I Chamberlain: today issued; a signed I

.t statement saving that the report was The Kind You have Always Bought: h.is linriii' tli. &oi i::"... -

j pure invention and absolutely: untrue lure (if Cha. H. Fletcher, ami liat been made under II ,

i Notwithstanding: the national and i iI pors innluptTvi! ioa for (\(-r ;0 >'I'ari. \IIt1\\ m> u n.
I j diverse rumors evoked by the unex I Ii
I to lccfi\ in thi-t. CountcrlVitIiiiitali ,
joit >nan |
1' I i peeled summoning of the cabinet: pub'lie -
1 ""Jii-t-a gNd" are but KxperiiiM-ntXtand tMul.inuvr: the
\ interest, as displaced in Downing )
health (>It' Children-Kxporicncc against K\p,-riiiu-iit.
' | street was of an eedir.gly: languid i iJ I

1 type : The Kind You Have"'Always *

1 i i, All thp ministers! were prf'snnt with' Bong.

r +t tI td the exception of the lord! lieuten..r.t: ot ] Bears the Signature of '
i Ireland.! Earl Cadogan from which it | ;

I was Inferred that the question! of the I
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immediate adoption of a more stringent I'I' i ii r
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t I !r; 1 i'I' policy toward the United! Irish'

't ii i t .t.. league did not occupy the ftnvnii( ,
t :
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.I 1 ,t II I'i. place at today's council 'r. .

Among the many peace rumors: this ,
In Use For'Over30 Years.
the mcst interertin. i i, to th '
1/ morning ; ...... ...
l : w. UT.V co n .v. P.UT -r r.en I
i eifect that the Boers tare intimated

"" that they are willing to tome Into th. If

; Ij \ $ I \ !1 British empire as junior partners tn I

\ r \I\ 4z: i| give up their flag and become part of I

i rt1 an African ('ontederatiun. with a Hag!: !IJ The Star Laundry j
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;. 'I J of its own with a supreme) couit and i ,
| with practically American < ii)6ti]
HOW TO GET IT
car e

I tution. r Biggest, Busiest, Best !

Kick and Squeal if the grocer offers you another kind, Antonio Magjio; Released I;

I, Fmg: &r'Jund-blow. him up-holler and stamp Albuquerque N., M.. April 12.-Antonio :
Use lungs-smile keep your temper
I your but keep it up-hold out for Scotch Oats.; I Magplo. who has been confine.! ,

: -- At every- Grocery Store. i in jail the at assaesination Las! Traces of Mnce President shortly MKinlev after < : \Ili reG c .a{tli err I'p[I 'I Hi'Fr. tl : :

on suspicion of having knowlcik'e I. '
Scotch Oats with the kilted piper on every box-, never irom a of an anarchist plot against the tn ell pirt- f.

barrel never. And don't believe that any other w:as slid that Mnz.cio, who was a mem t 1\

her of the Andrew Oj.tia ( (o:1111an.. w.r'.I i : ii IV tn .'
OATS. I t
SCOTCH '
1 'had predicted the death of PiisMeiui '
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,
Wn1. b !
"r t. p'i n- i \\
;i :MrKinKy several mouths bi. tore h.
is the food that its whole strength straight into the system.
remember
puts tJ"I.r .
.
v.ashot: at Dutra II). Hi:: TI'!' a i' \, .I- n.- y a I I.

And no other food in the world does that. Hold out for Scotch Oats. ord"n.d 't v Judge P \\'. Parker at t!vp'criegt QItJ II; r I I. ui'! I lft.:' i I :

ot the United Mates d!-in< '

!; attorney, W. C. (laid i and the casa ,dimifaseii \ -> '

1. -- ALL WORK C. 0. D. foClS( Calif ll :"J: :J: I I-

BOTH ,Er-.L ED FOR LIFE. INCREASED THE VALUATIONS. FOUL MURDER AT DECATUR, ALA.
La grippe cough yield quickly to TELEPHONE 111. 2. GARDEN: ST.

Stcer .inPirfcli* Recommended ToM Alabarra State Board on the: Taxation With Skull Crushed Man's Body the wonderful curativt cjiulitie. of

"r tf t'.e' Court. cf: Railways Found In Front of Tenement Foley'Honey and T.u. There i* WALKER INGRAHAM Manager.
nothing el-e ''jn-t aj food.! \'. A.
0., u. i \o/i, iThf: :Mn-.tseni.- AM Na.-h\llle! \ I
/ Jury ty'. \1| : ,1 12 -The April U: -A special to ]IVAlemberte. lil! South 1'alafox "
In t' ., V I Ii.! .' I'd.- \.r"u.. Han itau- i K.vd M.niil''i i | d| th'- a.u esMiiPRt The tanner flora Dccatur. Ala. says street.

Nun 1 I '. i. !I' r. ,1 I \.ftr.11I t of guilty of the rairuad! 1 y..-I"rf\y and the net W. J. PolkI at' found dead, this morn .

with r*. "iiinif'iKlatinn. in th* mercy of r"I s-lt Iii an imreav of $21 1.lilIj. in ing in the entrance to a tenement w. B. WRIGHT COfllPANY

tb. ft irt Jinlgf Fates then ,'ntfou'E'.1t.t I valnationb, which now foot up to house, and that he was foully absassi r .'...' ,Xx'f' ,, ,--\1 i
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JMovf-r and Charity" Pirklt! to the f-.n. ,""!fflu all!! told, u decrease nearly nated. The skull was\ rniir-ed on the s., ,
.MAS r\t
.. i f\\ M KF.KAM I I I
JII >4Itary far Hie both having lueni fGn; ".'"'U \ia.' made in the a.stssUiT.tR right side five or six inches and the ) fflifjgi

i- with omme&flatlon tot of the Southern sjHera.Tte scalp was unbroken. The blow was "? C1- _= -f\?
LUMBER
LATHS
a' I MID both CUM a was Alabamii Orewt Sonthern d\l-! : delivered from behind with a blunt '\ M'/ H t ,

(a' .' rial'. as it was gent fioa was de< rea,,ed JIaO :a mile; the :cloth or leather covered Instrument { J I r
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t' t to \ would be found Uurma Pa ilk J70", the Meiniilns and The murder was evidently for motives a U i ;. iJ SifEDCfPEESSSlilSGlES-E> + L iin i\\

,' \ HionimeiMiatinn.Hid Cl.aileston $r iMi, the Selma and Meridian of robbery as the money Polk r' ( All iw dL..L.1_ B .

Kf : (Jalliard.! who .1.] >- : ll.'tt'i the Monln and ISirmin:';- was known to have had on his person oerl ? = -* \01.\ V i \
NT S
i\i nle.i a motion for ham dirt"tnrt *:r i'rO. The 'entral of was missing ");('('l.t a few <->'ntsTh : : r = f; -

r 't 'III... It.'arl at iioisla IdS a l'l.thldion of $:!:,II a evidtnw shows that the niir /ji fSAjc 1 S uWS

I I \ 27.! It 1v I 1- nn.e fi Itsdalui3 !,ran.'h of 3" I derer draegod; the body into th> dour Remotes.i3 Ccrai. Bunloni and Wan f.\ ROYAL STANDARDIM
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., I .ihout; >
I1I -' t!.< r.nUs The Alalama Midland ilni.sion war after the Mow was struck. V 'hif-eiyjnditrmaa: .*
'
.. ,j lit brn......R. ra iesorra y
i w i1i1latr of the Plant system was* increas'Mlf.1" I The murder gas flhcover by Mrs {'7\; wz \J..... c.-J&; tun.

'. a inilo on 105: mibfe. The Louis ( C. H. Patton who lived in the rooms 'I.'I./a. tp..", .LlrpJI. Iio!,.i'ro BROI." "....t.'f- \ \t 8 Years Old i in Cases cf 4 Full Quarts, al S3 23 J cf L

villr and! asb'm'as raised $5. r''n Trai 't Hold. mile .on Flotnaton\ branch and 1.i Ifound. Polk / : "\
was a piomlunt in'-ur :
% /
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r/1111. \VIII-KI. I : I
t{ I-li-MI.: I. I d' \ I
nMv! ('(lit nn its Geneva l>ran<'h. The sameysti j ante man and a relative of Prt'lwl.'nt / .. : JL 1\F .... iriUrl! ..
." ',9o-, z ,\: ',, \. ; ; .11,1.l iliiih!I 11\:01': i i a
.
:I. 'AIS ? 'm contributed nearly inn mile> i Polk. .i. 'Uca. ,, \\r ,-, \>',.ittlii.j:. It I i- ,ib-ii| !..ly ;.a-- i I .

4f.'. ... riledG to the new mileage. The Mobile!\ and! ,. J i'i, 'quality: hy atyV'ii! -k''>' "f l .
'. ': .' tl ej < ho! was! ;given a reduction of $:I':"11.11"1' ( Jealous Shoots Wife and Self. tin 'Mtti-i: wiicr'pri'iliirrd.!, TdIt/ ,>\ d l ,

*''irn. on its! rolling: !stock. Th ur wa a conM'iiiaUe Salt Lake Utah April 12.-A special PROfESSIONAL CARDS I.'I.. y< ir- ..M wlit-ti KiHld. jt..J. ,i -i, i
eE 1 r'I!1"" tit im to The Tribune from (t- "'Xff'llt lit iulitv| < i- th- d."I..t : ktl.f
net iln-r 'CM' in n+sessments Anaconda. Mont., .. .. .
tr..irkat thai prirc. .\ t Iwvt i. .
aN, I 'r i ut thiii-1!i gas, i"iiii.ired| with the same mll"I!:.' says: Fred Bauer an employe of theWasher an ad lnt ly .. .
W. C. MONROE !pureliiiiuluiit, I'irr\ I i> i I' l b'
,. ,
the r. (itI .ri.l! It last \ .-.tr. the flee increase being aolt Smelter of the Anaconda company Ship' ," il III.' i->. c''ntaiuiiif: n uiitrk- w' .' >
I. bet* I 1..If I. d -SIT' -. 1\ while in fit of lad
din to new miles! :;('. a jealousy shot icat. < 'hti-uts. K puret.i- > r. up''I..r
,..' 1 nrlan 'i, '. sail! his vv ite and then put a bi.lkt through: II I T7'Ul1 ... TL Y-:17'- L III'1 the w .i-KfV,'. lnot "uti.fl1 t wild' n, .
q, _"rt.\ :. an< i "' ..lUuni'IT ; 1 Meeting of Christian Workers Called.Varnw. his own brain Bauer died almost ir- 1 can re' II : the "uusf- ut .. \p. ii-. twill i '

gad .1,1 I.I : .'i .t', d toIpsrltatl.r" ': \ Ind., April\ 12.-A rail for 1 stantly and his wife is now at the ho!. II I'ISIIEH IUII.IUNC: ;. l h< refunded.An .
.. ., .I I I'di-r-: -h"uld! hf IU'C"'III..1 t i iEIGar
i
i iV a conu ation: of the Christian work pita; under the rare of physicians -
iI I YEARS OLD cure nn p'-ri.Uici- Ilt.'!. '> ..r..r t It. i i .
i' ..rs ot the Tnited ?tat.'s was :.ssued.I I who stat that she has little chance ofretoveiy W. C. ROWE, M. D. h, prtIJ. ':.. y -mi'. 'r. \V- n f, r I.. I \ Ih ,j i
Mrlltiterp 0" brfs: "' rU'-s{ Rrcord. tO'Iay.' signed by .I I Dauer ai.d hip wile fuas 15ilh ,
prominent Pvanre anI 1I L G ; : ai y ur"'. lilt 11. I' i, 1"'. < i !
ire r \ ;ti I ,'t 1]. :s' luututlae (li iris and pastors 01 both muntriee i I i members of the Mormon church.DANGERS OKirc: 17 s. I'aUlnl. / I

t C 'itnkcn !: The ohifct is to strunm operation i in Ho ir- from bS +'" a. m. nnu ; ti, J p nand 1 i rjfiU. i

tJM' I I' i ,i .11mvU. tin work of extending the l'aIlSi'. and I OF PNEUMONIA.A aft. r;; o\ luck __ S. A. FRIEDMAN.

IIt t r .!ig th'. the (convection to be lild at \\'inonlfrom I P11.0I1.0 C5C>.
cold ut chi time if lIf'gll'ctF-d i i-
t I. !r' .'''rml'r June 311 to July a. mil be in |'I liable to caue pneumonia which i UM ., ': K; \I'U-'r I t.'l "; TIN \ "

r 1 .i'i.!i r- barge of the Rev. J. Wilbur Chap I! ) often fatal!, and even when! the

t. 'I ,. i- m." man. The miaslonary rally and eonrcrt patient ha recovered the tub;, are }=GOLAY-1.1 l' 0 BOX UH. nil fiii \i i .
\., i i .1'1 1 ,; ..milo l : will also h4't held here in July and i weaker.ed.! makini them peculiarly HiSKE1

a 1." .1 .. r th' :Miss Ellen Stone is expected to bepresent. j ,U-ceptilIe to the development of Grist and Corn Meal Mills t a ra
w sarrnM fer-f I'til-! \ ,11' ,f I ,
=
eon
MY' V !i. t 11011'or" I l1ml'tiln. Foley'Honey and! 1f.1'
I Tar will -tup the cou::h. heal and M. GONZALEZ 4 CO., Prop i, r' "II"; ..r b'titir' M :.,,) -d.' ..r n .il .' ,
strengthen the lug and are way lows:
!- preventpiieiniioiiia.
CCT>p, v f'n'f'd.rt MrnntactrrereCIIOICIMK.I.tNl
Water Haul For Safe Blowers. I 1\'. A. H'Aleiiibert" "
\ 1"u! : : ) I''HIiB01' AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABSI BtER.
Mat-ey Ind., April 12 -Six men 1U1! South I' IlIflix: '- .
,
r STOCK FKhll:
tIaim rt .inv !has I y
broke into the Commeriinl hank here
..... I t, i .u-iTal l 1 11'lIcai 5'"clrIJ, .\urnrion. f'fvtronlzc Home Industry, for there lievtry
at 1.'i'1:: o'clock this morning drilltIa I rcainn you hhoulrt buy your Meal and
.lurk 1 ., t.lr.'n' There will -ttock herd from the Home Manuf etnrer,
hole Into the sale and touched off be a regular meeting! ; of WOOD
t, popIMVJ i I' 'ill : for by +o doing you encourage borne Indni- AND COAL.
*
a heavy chaif-e of nitro-gly(rine The the Pen=ac vli: Medical Society\ at try. rmouryislrftInthe commnnltj
t. .r IV rummy explosion' awoke the citizens who ap- j th> Haird of Health ny.c 'it l'clock fr aud you In tu'n nr? indirectly! bi-nent.
Ir.lukt
-ring tbx bom
.. nmnufKcturxr
i M ot am! eared before the robbers could gain j ) p. al. Tue".!iy. Apl. :!:!. contribute to the CaUhl: of labor } on o yon,,t \VK: 1.XPK1: TO SI I ITI.Y A M'( il I. \1( fE1: I I. T \ I-J
( natr a ,! !a't, the oil frolllc fntrant1 tc the moneyault. Man I j Visiting ph\-ici.it" are cordial).r It to tbfcoinmnnlty la which you live QOwblcb
on" ,' i manu'.u: tare (fertil!. > j I invited! toattenj. cnntrlbalf H to Tour sarport THIS/ 11'n'rFlr'r1it! f\T -H'Oih g .
shots were e\ihanged!, but the robbersgot --- .- -
..ie Art i I OK. E. F. Hun E,
-- away. The damage caused by the ,I Pre-ident.! SEND US YOUR ORDERS NOW.
explosion is $1 H"0 i DR.V.. C. DEWBERY,
o r c v sit to Auburn. I
n25ttf Secretary. Laurels
Aphist I. Spr;, >! tunl.'rt i C Thompson Olson cC Co.
OfI-n f' "i ',r;? tit;: has a.iUMil Saved Many a lim!. i Again ,

the 1a !III 01 ;:,. .'hlh.IIIA Pnlytt"'hJco Don't neglect roughand cold-1 I Try a dom Jung's Red itbi ParU CxpotlHnp s Manresa Street
Telephone 1'
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in,t.nit: that the Ogden parry even if it i.< -j\ riny. Such caeof- Heart Beer and .//0[(, will 1 IIRI Medal made Award the to Gold -

rt9rM.t.!.-ii, the .',wthern <"
,i' Ufc'i! Atil'urn April 2s Th just; b..ciu1 people are carl=<. Ad.s I.W.HARPERKENTUCKY

parts "i'l' prntinhli, so from here tcTuk ,' of One Minute (v)ujh Cure will r A. IMI.A.

.. remove danirer.
.lh+olutely ":if- .
Is(ton s' boo! .Art at "IIl'p.o'urf' cure for coiu1'-; !'- Awarifed at parts W-H1SKEV

-,.Id-.. cronp. rrip. bronrluti5. .11,il -=I' tIMPORTER' ,. A f ,., ,
oti'er throat and huisr ..
trouble*. I
Miring Run on Chamberlain's Cough have u-ed One Minute( Cnuh Cireveral Gold t> IDCdali owai-d<_a AND JOBBER OF
Remedy. year-." iv* l'n
IJ.tw" Mi the hour* ..f eleveno'clock O. Dow?"Il.> Barr III. "L i i-thp\'n' rlbtlrla Ian roll. HARDWARE
bet eoui! medicine on tlie in'irk>.r
4. in. and ol.iiu< titnt at It hay *t\"p.t! l me
man a 1of'Siekue I
: I I Bight on Jan. iith. 1\111.\ | .\, F. Clark. =" anJ I wiruily everepp rei-ojn CORDIAL SaId H fiv DcicHeuser Br S.

fucrpst Blair :'{tout:'s. \-.oo "old mend it" Th" children'. fiv..ntHirjiPfarnucy. -. Hw'c t rt irir;ndlt:>ns for cur? of Piwrntss -- '- -. IMS( ), Nail. Ax'--. S.x.l-!* 1 nw >f .1 i- ] ::0.'. i- .
welt .. bottle: ofKfiuedy. Chambprllin'. : J"hn"heppard.!! -It S '. r Gene'.t! Oe Suppli--, (" xikr jr ai d! 11"1''r: .' -. ,'. }' i .
l'oulrh HI' -.1\-: "1 ntvtr SHney i K.i Il.Forey's '. .e; -;e -r rcn eacm( ietat Window UIJ'iUrl.] Pi-t'.l- I : t to. "i'I .. ,'
bmtdlfd a tnpilinn that -ol,1 bet-
trr t'r irate better -tti-ftetion to :: roe "r..u..t .t?atc and Tinwarr and
my PARIS WING HOP GO Hoiis"i'iiriiisliln, ? (; WII"tr.GESi .
ca-ttanter*. Thi lptl1.hh:1"' : bPruIll i Kidney Cure r: Poet.ra t ('o.tent. & ij.
cruer.il: u-r in Yircinu: f->r moor nxkes kldcvad bladder rigEt.NOflCK. a.a FOR KfIlMtNiHAM ItH.MJMi MILL ('(1'.t1't\1' .)
year*. and the people! there are wll
acquainted with It.* txeplleiit lJlI ill- Rev"-rp (iriut: 'tit.-d: ? ( !IM'nN': ,.rt1.-inii't-ni Fii1"--:

Wi.-cl. C .... I. .ftl!! & UiniJ f.,w 1 I. t .. J.- .
r K
tee,. IIIIIIIf them havp: tr-ltil!!"d! -- mm.rb-.eat 'al! .. j u i.
to the rruurk ible cure* which it !h.i- 1 t'.(ra b. "'t! iu: ?" take :' .Hitt! (. rr"'ti Km;? ic ::0..1. nil I H..t. -. W.

t t t!* rrlUlil medicine ryan'i. .. .. Ca.Ri.a6>r nnn tanlr C"j -
fiiramu.r'iorfoM.or : I. ; >;per.Tl! r C n t. ;
: +
r+drdam atf
sick of the grip. n-e Chamber The price i.< ll.w [per ;\-.i; .. tj! iri. alf as <- u.ioQf ran a Fancy Goods Masonic
To
lain' iVuirh Ut'U1t'Jn.J \ .,u arectrtUu ".1n(... Tho-e dein:.'- t'': .. ( fi o.narar e iple. :-r; 1":101:1.: Fla.
;i'.I'r C Pa <.e. IL I e t set
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t,> be inure rhan: plea.:ed with can have i it sent to t1."1. t>:y \:1', K guru. '"- Goo FINE CHINA TEAS
,
the iioick cure which it .it!<>rd*. Forilby M.OOto the under-i.''(d. Sold by Urnctlttnr

;u'' all druviM-t* and tnt.1lciu<- H. M R.. uiDaily scot In pl'i wn;r'z, 31 South Palafox StLr %'hla .tgB tnre It en every ki f f tb tr oae
ly ntrrf. rrfr ii. (u r3
.1t'\It'r. Carr N-'ws. (1 tut. ir 3 Utlirt. |..75. Laxative Bromo-Quininei.
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'IdrO1lce.! Pensacola
'imaUr Fla.
Kit ,
tu rela+ I.
( /Y1't/tte
1, ftl.odl iii cure* told la II.. U'O /.
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA MONDAY, APRIL 14,1902. '1 '(.




t : .e Story of a I I l THE ODD PENNIES i iI i ii UNION CARPENTERS' STRIKE i i lot al I

PRETTY MESS" I i i i Mercury and potash fl

wield Trouble Has Been Adjusted at St
Fur the sake of ;saving: odd
T:. ,- Joseph, Mo.

.1 I "-. lOre1'.1' St. Joseph Mo. ONLY SERVE AS A MASK FOR s tt.
pennies do not buy an inferior Apnll2: -Tin sti.i l.- I
II'' t Isiw" i \1,1' .11't.1l\d j of CONTAGIOUS BLOOD POISON
: nu nun 'nr-: the t'uon carpi LM ?. which I I"

,I 1,1:I h It !I I : .. -'t ;.t N'i'!j\ li- fur li: i l'iH1''C| emulsion of cod-liver oil when :i gan Lore tlO11"1.5" alo.lill be c!' They hulc; its rrpu'snc form and ti .- err 'r-t -. iso ',t\ \1 r

III': e.i-i 'if Ui-:iiii'im'in'v that hud'' i ii i dared off today. At a session of the stupefied by. UH.-C drugs; !lies el.irn-ant tintl' '., :. I- t I .

,il IP tin Ana} ut tilt C'uuibtr- you really need Scott'b: Emulsion -1 Missouri state hoard of mediation and have worn off or treatment is eL-i-ontin 1, Wi'i itbaaks i

arbitration hell last niht Representa. down the mask and becomes alu'.l:: llf! :lite and! vi n.'11 as (,'ef. i
One young, fcl!:uNrswint Mil1 !'
1 lives of the Carpenters' union and of : Mercury: and Potash may dry r.]> the sorts and trlrtios 1 Iut at t1i; same? t
>p. vUo vas brought: Ufore us, >! I the Master Carpenters and Builders'association time they drive the bison back into the I blood: and Mtti c. w -, it gels :

.'<- Scott's Emulsion costs more. wire heard with the result i| upon nerve.s .1..1111
him. Ills bearing was soldierly, thai tLe hoard adopted resolutions I disgusting: sores and tMn destroy: ; the tlesh and l I. mis

his countenance bore the stamp of to buy because it costs: more : satisfactory to beth sides : Mercury and Potash cannot accomplish a radieal and\ f'ltll1.lnl'nt cure. ', I

; charailcr. He was charged The resolutions recommend that I They have a palliative but not curative effect upon this lre.u hen'u. 5tuVe .

d-I " tttth and corrode the membranes of the stomach and !I. \vels mdui* .
'
cau-mjf
iliriapjienraiut ( ..euiredhile Lis' per ho'ir and: an incrfdae of 6 cents; I I .
nation and d\sjnrpsia, l1\'r\.usne5S and :"< ne-ril dtr.mjcmcnt of the 'flk>m.
)
The difference in ispennies.
:n nt \MI! in proximity to the Con- I price This ft'J.on; will bp ratified by loth the J,
s. S S. is a SjHcific: f ir ContaciouBI.MK! r>>iM>n. and the only tnlnk'tc ,
IN,. Later dii the command at-i I I toctecihng parties toda}'.
,. The} difference ind for the 1'ee'tih.irints that spreads .sn quickly throughout: tlu.systm, ;
:!MirrrW-d a small!] txly lit
corrupting:: tlu bli ,o.i and infesting;; t.rv organ and S.brc; of the U.tv
ar: '...\ taken: a numUr: of r'rlsIJn-i Miss Go ''d'8 Gift to Navy. .. .
i S. S. S. dcatnns the .senn-rt : itel .
m: them! tini! <'(-u fd. His :-to. i! results i is, pounds-pounds: of New York A 'lilI-Thl': new $100. i\ery atom of poison f. : I' '. .., .i j

jj.lA ..t ton the CVI'Uilll; of his dl-t- i 000 building: for t!.,. naval I tiran1 of .
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.
flesh-and days of new thorouglr aid ralvili: '"re.t'v! :1-1 '- tn i at tine t
'.< i lit- hail IHiinti-J out to his the Young Men's: Christian lation .. ;
: I assoi --,fit time buildup t.: <- _" "< ., .. N S :Si .
t'. t th- fumiii'nd: was liable built with funds contributed! by \Ij-< '
'ft. strength and comfort. i i'n- n< i r:: :, .i' 'elv!
t lr y'. "au'1,1, ire; Ihl' 1'I11'nlY The Helen Could, near the 1 1'iooklvn\ nav \ \'t'C'.t..'.!. n.' .. ." ,:, :::: : or J" :

j;( : d d" f. 11 1 111.1 lIt< rp WIIS DO ': The and others yard in so nearly uiniil.], ted that it .\\"nt' 1' .. ,": \ ,-' ., : i i' .e I '
consumptive
-... : II' I I'" i I'' ,!Ili I r. d to ride ont' is expelled the work on the luan'! \\'ItIOIUt "l.Ll-c. Vtu :. ';:.. .: ':i ; ,

..:. ::'"it' I. '1 '.' ''t 1'lain gate; his ', who have lust flesh fret more can be. transferred to it within tvv'i dwtt'eit. ITHE SWIfT SHeri" l. '! "'t : f.. d. U.kDR. M

,, : 1 : j I"' : not :,\ far hrfur. I weeke. The formal clci'ii! ,o'n: wi'!': _.

k .I. I! I ; I .' r..r w' IS P ..
cod-liver oil into their take place on May 11 tars I
.U.JL L. 1tUti : I : !systems
11 I".dlll'dll''uth.I will make an aildrp--6 '!':,. c MQTEETHING r F fTT'S

: 1\.1. by means of Scott's Emulsion has five stones, a t-n .< !
1 I. 'I.j j 1'1 1. hrn: ealhd. '
roof garden, and is In fb, "i '

1 : lklll, : I 'III! y. tI"lrl'.1! than in < tlx r \\a\ style of the French r. .d i [ t
t I., ..J:' .., .,: I..' -nr'I vuu'nln., alltl any -

I j jI. t I''I _' i II 1 Hi'. 1'gratit p J-iin.:hi;On i r -i.. Fish Station In South Cnr -a.

I it li 1 is U' Mti,h. 7'h' matter r'sll'll :SCOTT 1,'' tw'> t, U.ui-sib, 4 I 1'i_i1 :'t.. S Y I
Washington, April L' 'I I < >ta ( POWDERS )
.._..._ _
} 'i ii .ii i of 'l'I.H'lyctw.n: \ the =- ----' .
has parsed a bill 1,1.; i i iIMKI ." .; Cures Cholera.InfantunlDiarrhoea. Dysentery and the Bowel' Tbr.. t(1 '
T6.' .ik)
'u"II. turned
-i was again-t MAItat4
: STARTUNC FIND:: OF POLICE to c-stabhfli a fi-li lu'ihti! diia .tinliii'. Aids Digestion' Regulates the Bowelv Siren ,the 's II. C' i and
:n'U,1 j lij tinproducm;; of a TEETHING EASY. Cures Emotions and Sores, Co'' H'v".d T> r..h R..ov.sand
: of -- fish station in South Cat' i.'.a. prevents Worms TEETHINA Counteracts and Overc me* tl t Effects of in*
fuiiml
|' paper' in his knapsack
: ( Tea Merchart and Family Prove to Bs Summer's heat upon Teeth'ns Children and costs only 25 cents ut Dr.,.<..(., er j
,,\ i ; I <:11 was written, ll't't me, to- ; Wholesale' Robbers. Neglect Means Danger.: mail 25 cents to C. J, MOFFETT. M. D., St Louis, Ma I J

at the bridge! south of the tuv- | .. I
: Now York: April U.-In the rfsidence :!. n.m't neglect biliou-tii and cmi- .
t I It ''''III not sipitil." and as the ttip ation. Your health will -utf,>rpermanently S.UT.-.. i.:.\t IM.: ".\1 ".11. ... "J'n t l I
.. i I : \In riling was manifestly elKem'si'd ociu.neil h) a man known ti if'ou do. DeWitt'sLittlpIIarly Mobile Oysters ; .
1 1'10: 'r"I.-t! ianiii I i- f' HaclaeI..stuct.ltif.snt !
George T. Pnwanl! at Ridgexvood. X ;
j pt-ra I ait 1 I : miiKiSMblf to tell whether the ; m'fr" cure uch ca-e t trlll'
UELIVEREII'lu .NYPART I B. 1'f alx\
\ | 1 oil. It* ,
ill of : J., the imlkr! hamade a :tattling! M. 1 IJ.; Kuiith. Butternut, Mie h., -av..-
; was iiiiiu or 011I11.t the tinge .
I, u. 'I liE i.IV. : fry f 1-t. 'I 1'ht') K n' UK* Launch
: di.irovc-ry. Fur two years Howard his I Ij | "I)f'lt's Little 1 E.ir1RIf.r": are i!
me-s writti-n the location '
>aje wa fL.- I'jaiAneriian
1 it e oic .dll\lHi bj -
i wit,t and a 1"'YI'lr.nltl son have lived! the 11101 ;sitif ctory pill; I ever'took. FINE I'IWIT. '
within j : Kutf.ilo be
w a ;s theneruj"s ]lines. K\po.tioii: m B*#
iisk *d tu explain' this the I at Ridpeuond. vvnere the man was Never frupp or caiir" lIauIhri -. trey art' tinbt, HITliiibl. tbMI
paper UNION
; !is Pharmacy. John :>''hl'ppard.'idnl'Y : THE>> RESTAURANT
| n<'r tt !first fused to do sn, but highly: rcspeiteil" lie was known as a -' K.ihn. I tiny other: tty! are "iuipt Mtk
: tea and roftt-e tu'-rdient doing bun : : I worthy: sifr.: and full /CU"M.....
i"\\ :ar.1 said that he had formed i Frank L. Wilde I IProorietor. !
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F. E. I.ripnrtu Hr..tlur.a"UiDlth.. Oi.,
in ',n.tint.itiei of n iusiu N* v\ YoikThetis j
; young Country
\\ Im had apt[Kilnted tLe incttini/ spun began to occur In all the \\Folcy's Honey ana Tarcures Opposite Union Depot. 'tragents from the nutllaf.ct..i I II
n 1 carry a mock of t : j jI
; :.,. i i|>t.nii't e\idt'iire was so direct i country sjnoucdii'g Horses! and car colds presents pneumonia. I
I tun- : sue-: Ih ft.:41 ft.. M ft., --u f
: :I' ii-rtiMHl's explanation so lame rlaii were missed freight depotswere %J1IWIIEH: tI PARKER'SHAIR : 1 t. iul to lip !>hl(){>fd at u uiottwnt'* :

'IS found guilty and se'titfiiccd i looted and tana hones: and hams The undersiznedtakttei'! method flruurf .i.il 10Al.BALSAM' t,.r hissNever I !in MI- triiil ;rivn ID any one wt.l:. 1 ,

BRA .I' ..t. As he wa led away h(' I care ent'-ied 1 promiacuuuslv Fmail .if otlenusr 'lerf'rncp' a* a I". ,11 t 'n .' i pi ,s: '. III.;! to purel-; .'. I

'' ,, :. \rl.unation which convinced i two horses and carriaieb were stolen fir-t-class liceti-ed midwife. hav- Hair tr Falll11 tar ..i"..Hi..:...'.'rt.. Co Gray'or.Cunt l.li'I'Ilt It"/IHUI, 4 .
I I I 111; had :33;; yearO fxpern t-IlCp. v, '. .r.".., 1> -1. ?t. nlltf .sn :,1,1., U. I 'J I
i .I i is iiineiee'iiet: 1 from Murray, :-:. Y. One of the hot srs t 11 H" j
r..'-. u pretty mess." I I'fiuliaily show hv ( Can give be-t of rffc-rcncea from I
wne n shaped .
-' ---- t
-I Iced mall and I leading: phyeician- tln- city. -< Woman t'v
a very unimpi which it was tracked for o null s Every .
MK, :M. ilDIlKN": : .
.. [.me of evidence: on which to :i.!- the trail ending! : in Ilouai ls !barn. jltf lll South ite\ II ic>r- :-tt. POLITICAL ..
:.L : n man inneieviit. and jet It occur- i sphere the pio|>erty was found .)", 'I i iIt
'
\ to me a my natural remark for an 1 "ar'h warrants were at once Is Paints ndbuilders' : .... :. t11R1I. "Iudlnq 'I".' i
oilsglad.? (( s .. .
I
: .
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',',' onto make under the ... ...:: .
cr- '
tb house
surd eutrod l "
; and found
< was "" -
FOR hardware at the ANNOUNCE A 1ENTS I ... I
.II'I'S. A timid man would lie -v .. ......
to be fillrtl with all! sorts of lion!" i I. I y :' A' ". I IAl !

'.1..1 lir, fear of_. flip imlliius..__'_ .. _*. .n. Only Mrs Howard was at horn.1 Mi Willis Hardware Co.'s.CASTORIA. .. --,,, ----,,"" ,. "" . I .... I ..-r.t- w. "\l 11... ;,".- I:

I kman would naturally first con- For State Senator. ''I
( Howard had disappeared, as had tli nlnltl.a. \
r what a terrible scrape he had! got I who ted: to where he.I Thp fnet.d- \V..A.L'lotint': I' ..t:..r.. 'is.' .1.' .\ i
boy, Jersey, .
)NE I.. n .11. 4 Il -.fcJ II ,.. l" n' I
.
I linn candid l .. *' ,
found and arrested but in the me in hereby announce a- a ite i ifor JI i''-t 1 r V I
railed on the general commanding Mate I'Pllatfrom tbi. the :Sec< h sl..lt .i.r.-M1111rtto., i I
time he had eominuUeated. with his lather I II IeBer
I ,- whom the verdict must po for For Infants and Children. and Senatorial I>i-tnct. and rt--pee-! KlHIIII I 111 L,:, a .
and lock his arrw-t with till ,
I i
l r ;?rncti'st deer>e of ermfoKurH. ivin C The Kind You Have Always BougH erat; for rim; at the coining i t'rimlr: ,J t
imiu-eiit man was to suffer giving I I'
smiling (mnteniptuousl+ at the polu<
: m Y iuipn'.ssious. fur I bad no rear A i !
t St.'A when they tried to make bm tell Bears the6ignattue t- For Representative. I
The :general said that lie would
n hert. his father had gone. The ex| lo : : of The friend Scott M. Loftm taktthl -
hurry In approviuj[ : the sentence ( 4 I
One ration of the house bo.;au On th ml'II1- of :innouncii:;{ biui aa ,
month passed, when the general .. '
candidate for Itjllprp".nt.lti\ in tl.eLeriI
hark i orh was found a nearly! new :
I fur me and told me that the.err tture from E-cambia couutv. ,

II twos,. : i., ,it yi neral headquarters for tin II i road v\rfson. In the hallway waa Tile Home is thewell' and! they de-ire the -tir-port! of all UfQi8 .
ihipy
I ha- 11 ey.11
I new double sleigh. The house [ Y
I I is in the Troop ease, and he: must Democrat the coiritr.:! pi unary.

'. them. If he disappro\ed\ of rooms art'l each room uas fill! of

Cash () : without season, it would plaot) ( goods. Three wa onlonds of prnpt:rtv furllisherlltome. Marstonj For Representative. .\ :. tll,. Hlftl IUIWI

I, hi i a l bad position and would not I were taken to thp village lockup in Quimi can supply you The tritndof Henry C. (,In'toll! I f ,ill Lntil- -t-ry.s by i,

U.i! priMiiier As I had nothing on IUd :wood, and as the available spa( villa announce him aa candidate for I' -lit- 11.,1' .urteaas
all needed in the
( way the iri-laMin Attei.J u.t
III
1 .u to "b.tso! i.iv faith in Tioop's in m the !twk..uplah tilled to1ktrsI.'p': representative
of at the from! K-iar.ibi: 'i coiiiitv. and nqu't
furnishings
i i;:ne eipt his remark when eon ', put in rharKt' of the rema'nder! of thestuS LOuse all dtinocrut- the FULL MEASURE i.13
the-npportof
:I''1. 1 cold) d i iiiithmg.! The gen- \\'hl\l1; ran from lan 'y f'mlrollicry !lowest prices cash or credit. coniinj:,; d<.luociatie vrim.trv FINE QtlKITr. .

:'proved; the papers[ andert to npw sftl\"f'o.i I

.1\ prettiest 11: '.lI\\.rtl i and 1:1'r.: .l. In 1f..w the soice ... 1'.r1..nr.. Everybody ha- ::1 n't: !' to a little DilNNHEISSER BROS. i

piece of tin-1 ...art!. But they mu-t :
> aped ''k th"y were retiirmd tb an or "P31.a.; haul the Miull boy limkln,
: \
fi, ht for it. They nui-t watch their A'1 I 1 1"1. I Mr. i I I IIKIraD j
; IU Carry out tin !
7.8,10,12; .. .. t'.' i v ,'mil .'i w.is in take place euno.." replied the father thoughtfully chance to get it. and ;get it. flfVr; 'LSt

2 ..ult..,t d'! .iVi..Ii! d l n ( ':ij"'.MII < rnktr ";s siimethititf that c-osts ten Thos. C. Watson & Co. M \\1 1W: ; f 'k'r": ",. 1

anI''kill!. ail fu! i.p'i" : .. oJ.st'rl! ,. times what. It's \\'orth.'Wca 'o 1'ost.FOLLY'S have -ouie particularly fine b'lr ai1- FOUNDRY, i U It Fx II> i |/1"1", "| .J;

lop 35c I ; 11:" ioi i.iii.d:, I I'n: oJ! I" t': .' re.ir - -HONEY- -AND TAR to otter ju-t now and they invite 1' 0 I. x i l-.t: I

Shirt Waists '' I" :nc
wit!: the ( I'I 1I't\! :, : ,J !i.. 1 ;.% n lirtnchitiaii'l a-I lima: You will never regret hav nri done I ;i iI

19c. .;:, the HII'll SMII: i I. !. _. J'r!, ai.i ('Utl.- ('imip 'iiid, w Ll t nupiii. r\rti'h.! -to. Works ,

(:, 'ut a I'adl'r 1 11 I.'r tin i > uiy. i'or'I.! I -.I.--i .H"I| intr "i e i I tt
1rn I
i li,'n .'::line <'!':.ir-' i' i :ird'i!: '> "uhl'! (.I\LU\I.: I'Ki'Ani: : scjihiK; No SOl S. Palafox Street II I
.
ioz. 50c .
: -t Captain ( 'r>,!l.. I. I n ; ,.irtnl t': ( 'ur ; 'It i I 1.1 I i .'I'i'i i ; : y ( ,; .
\\' .\ [i.. \ : ,n,. ,. : 1'.1... ,
hilt Waists ,' to the 1"Io.1 I I .J i ,J If I Fi.wiu6! i3 the schedule of the! \'E'L..\ rL\ J
r"\ i "I.KiDNEY.
not sluve i'T 11"I : : s v. i'uti I' ,"v' mini'!nt-tfami-r General French ( 4 '4 Icc, ". '

35c. h'qn'| that! MI::,...11! ', ti'! I w'H' ;: Tut; NEW.prints fur tIe SawMill: Work and Re- ( t. aI sl, ,!

lIr.\I' li,.:ht 'u i t.i ;1'1 ." r e..t .t t''n r'U.
tut I.' tit of ti.e merchant: who *hip ,
.. there! \\.1"i rI.'t i MSS., n i DISEASES C till P'tr III n"IIiGISTI
ui.Uto. the various pairing a Specialty. ,
75c t.r: <' \ army .
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Crok : t' '
I iptain: r. : : \I" \ .1' .. ,
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s ',' \' onl r I" ,!' "' !MI _' l,1)tI.nl tP

;rt Waists .. '. At the' gl''r' I i ,:_ Le'"' I are tin melt fail of all dis I (1''n'Icol,1: \. inI CHICMFSTCR S ENGLISH
I I. 1I'.rr"c..i, 7 "f I. ni J-XS.U'O: IJ.G
,', Croktr aid .'' > .. gJ .\ : '
50c. :i I' iii n C1C 3.cf 1 I. i: !h-krn a. inI \tll N YRQYAL PILLS _
I i.. a\ I i..n (,tact, .. .. .. a. m.j. !
nut hue, some I I... :_ h'! r' i / \ "r'gl..t..I.I .. ,...

as to Troop'h" dis.Ttiitn! t 11.,it I 1.,. ICHEY CURE II s L n. '.l.- 1',, niiiroiit linrrnuea, 11.1. n in ai.d I ..! it Iro; : inArr /t tl.::,.t..k rill ( IIK IIIII. I.-I .'Mr.I'."1.11'. IIk ,1 (G CONSERVATORY[ 1 if MUSIC I

Linen and api'earc-d at the trial I fou-i.l! r.OlEY'Lt ml\.?.- :i trip to hortilcUtp sad Lyn! ri-- "' ::-"J 1,1 It. 5.1' .a .rl I
turuu'! Red J t t.lI.. I" l.irrtmaiv "'t INIr.la.r a f... ,
;:;:eii. though; despondent 11,1: ,1 ', ; j-L.. lI '. t ,t.raiKAi 1 l'p.. m 'fir '=" %- lla...ir.ri'Lft --uti.llluli .nd li.ill*,. I
tMirts; I ctl. I. E. 01 CBtrfEES
Director
I
; without gaining 1I11\.t IIH!. I I.a'Si'Irk-c. .. I. ''I' III.I '- Pant' "...,.. 1..1.,. ,
I <"ev' I"! v:- cola ., 4 :s" |). III \ ":' I'! .' "II.fr..I"JI.L": '. ., ,. .. I
1 '. f"\ $ ) general made up his I mind to c'''i 1' money refunded. Gintilni j.. II". 1'...:...ii. : : :, II. --1-'' Ium Mull In....." ...i I

'J Iw. ': a court and try Croker at c':." remedies recognlztd by ensl- \r"v.- HHrrnncfts ; .d, p. m. ana mii:''viiMclicpaiiii ...... .. ......."thb..d.r/1rmIn1/. .-".. ,.".. \oo I'ft l'lilltl. Voicft ''d
I' :1' '0 r..turaOn : Culture. Viollh. Pipe i
}
court met Croker was brow: t-
cent physicians u the but let 'WVdne-day-satul-'aturdiys: the ; Oran. Cornet, Maudoliu, (ruiUr. '1
:' it convicted of cowardice and sea boat wil' : li-IT-: JJirnncii-via 1'ick- \VEEKLY MCIIii> UL.Jh Cello, etc.AI" i
C
< to be dismissed from the: st'rn'> Kidney and Bladder: trouble I
hfoi 1'eiuaeola
t'\ at tiWt::; p. in. Director 1'11.1.,
FOR STEAM DIVISION C"no.rC '! ;
I soon as the papers were fc-nxar.! RICE floe u.c II.=. TI..- General French! i i- fr army 1
!general for his approval hecu': and out-idt-r COI.tI.ICTmCTEI; : :MlNAl L' Hid and Klite 1 (rd'htra, .:
\\ A. D'ALEMHKKTE.MlRKAna 1 urpofonly allY mu-t | I
AT A me. cave a pi-- frou.. tie! iuarteruiaitt-r i\ILW\Y COMl'ANYTr I L
I 1 Go: to Captain Croker," he said ".me! o take ra-*a.rQ o i her. | Brass and String Music Persisted t _:
:ns Ipllv' Pen llcolll for the LlttU I .
\ him that if he can and will chat : DEI'ARTMr.N,
BIg ill
Bayou hay amngton ravy Yare Occasions.
tin J.. OtliceoftlieMipervi-iu: Arc1tcet. !, i- t
K1nt Troop I will disapprove and tort /\ atr"a.marrtveatFort .
.i t . . i :; of the court and irmit him tc \Va-t:in.'ton, I1. C.. April 1 I.t I. --4'AT-:oI '- Earrancas 7ISa.a I I Addr--- : K-tambu Hotel l t I .

.- :U. . .. ." t WI'2.-' Sealed at tin prnpial ollice: until will o be'dm received 'k- I..alli.1..'p.m.m.arrtveaFortBarrapas1Os1a.a arrive l-ort Karraacat lt 5f n :htudio- : l'ar"r-! .t Fi--t Ilaptlet ,

coward disposed! to say 8-il: J p. m arr.vi-At t ort /Harraacas ;
found the p 11 I :1 IurCHOICEST< !
:- ;,* .. .. : p. in. ou the 12th day o Mav; I!"'.'. NICK'SRestaurant I elapm.arrlveatFort Ksrrancfti! T.ixip n I i
he could of Ms reputation bj and then opened for NiwVharf 'H;'&) p m arrive a' t on Karraacai tlN5 p.n ,
. . .
: : '! ; himself! a villain lie had! ,. JSuildin! ; aud )Ii-cell.weou- Improvements cola Tra'ns at l ave tort barraacas: for i'eci i

:- ,: . . I ; i >'irl a conversation between rive at the Tampa Rat
7:15a arrive at Pensaeola! x
m. :on a. nII
. . his nun detailing a plan to. depose (Quarantine :Station, Mullet Key. :ni) p. m.llrrIV"lIt PCnsacola ......11 ;,', p. n -lit Ii I
}. Their dithcu'.iy: was first, thai Ha., in accordance with the drawing lay; ) p. nt arrive at Pemacola ....... i. 5 p.c i
':.. .t . and specificationcopies" of 5:fi p m arrive at ivn''eoa! ..... 5.4 5 p n
did net know how to po abou it l ; 7.9'( p. m. arrive at Peasaaola ....._. 7..t
I p. FRUITS
If AND
:-- ,:. It . ; !, second tit to th're:1 in:>his no otlkcr place., in They tb i I lof which the may Cu-todiau be had at at the this Station.oilice or at t T.''5 p.aturQIIYI m. arrive 01:17.at Pensisola_ >.M c. n CONFECTIONERY[ f fAT

: put
..tat . : the di-cretion of hp. :ul'er\"l-ill.: FAR FOR WEEK DATS.Peciacola .
) decided upon Sergeant: Troop I JAMEKNOX: TAYLOK .
., .. .tfat .. noncomuiisMomd officer (i Architect. to Fort Barranca and return etc
though a
j .S//- (" -'uy.1r' h'h. '. Penracola to Navy \ and and return__. ti,
Le all if they coulcJ I PeniacoU to Palmetto Reach C. APOSTLE'S i'I '
; "':It'' at. . acceptable to ,;a-eod-6t and ret.rlllfll J
his appointment Troop hat C5DAT ICE LarD!, ,
: -- Oysters in all styles !
i, E.hr.JIJt'rie": \ on his scout immediately after nhn weatuer pcrm.tj the raunlnz o 14 East GcmcHEit) St. I
': 1"ORT ARliAXCAS., Fla.. March open coacavs I t
and w hen he was re
conversation ..1.1: :R 5, IW2!.-:Sealed: proposals, in Short orders promptly Leave Pentacola Lv Fort BarrUGIf Formerly Cordova I
>d the temptation to get him out triplicate, will be received until i a. m. to.. m. P.e'taurantritand P

the way was too great for the cap 11 :,)/) a. m., April 15, 19)'r2!, for con. filled 11 1 p.a.m.m. Ii| p. m m., One carload e Jf Pineapples at 11i5 Ito

to withstand. 'tructing Ordnance Repair .-thoroFort Ip.m I p.m. 12.1 pOor dozon I

F. was pardoned for an offense t( Pick-en, FU.: U. ti. reserve Best the market I p. m p. m.
E. Bra p.m .
\ never committed as the simplest right; to reject or accept any or all t p. m. 1pp..mme F. M. WILLIAMS

out of a "pretty icess" and mad proposals or any part thereof. Information affords p. m. r p. m, ''I

: of his company. Croker's reslg furnished on application. I FABIFOBIC5DAT CONTRACTOR AND
containing proposals i'eaiaoolito ort Barraneii 5try BUILDER
.. Envelopes
w Pruc Cash was accepted and he has sincE should be marked "Proposals for Private parlor for lard and retaru.-____ n ,
citizen of hi j; I PtniMolB 10 Palmetto Seat and Estimate Promptly Furnished
a prominent "
addressed \". E.
Construction I MtaF .. __
I jj
r t j :south Palafox !I _. CYBIL F. FOLLIX. I COLE, Q. M. 26mchlt412a2t: I dinner parties. I 5o Ireigat! reeeirea alter 1.13 p. m. BaUdings of All Kind '

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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA FLORIDA MONDAY APRIL 14, 1902c


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f i 1:I 1.c:. I"'\I THE- DAILY NEWS : |; EXCURSIONIST ,I MR. MYERS' f'MOBILE I CROWD BASEBALL AT ""Slronae est t in thc \\rnrH- iI i


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' ;Ji!I .1 Entered at the Post Office at Pen&acola, A ROUGH ONEi I!
WAS DROWNED ANNOUNCEMENT
I 71a.,tecood-clabs matter.
I THE BEAOH: Th" .a'I.\nnua': !Matras.nt t a
1 lI I ?
% .: li I! I OFFICEHltt' Building, S1I.S; Boutht -- i tn"IIJac Ihvemnl'er II.t lour
Palafox up-stairh. t
: ; Thos. Haverty, white, of Mobile, The Weekly Tallahaeseean, which excursion from Mobile which ..

1 '' d THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. I left that city at 11:30: o'clock Saturday is championing the cause of Hon. I arrived here early yesterday and Standing Pensacolt-Mebile Clubs THE l f [EQUITABLE

W. L. 1'er CVnt.
a' :!l Editor.W. night for Pensacola as a pas Fred T. Myers, contains the follow- left last night, seems to have been a i I Pensacolas... .Played 3 S v 1'touewaals ".' ,
ON o .
t I. B. HILt Managing "-
! 'j a : I
senger on the special! excursion ing announcement of his candidacy : series of fights and brawls all the way o Bt. \lncents a t 1 :S UH ASSURANCE[ '
: | SOCIET'
t i M, BALL, Business Manager. __.. S "" -
I: l.) train. To tbe Democraticoiere of the Third over. The reason for this was because jLoyaU I. I

, : ,, 1 Terms: Invariably in Advance. I Haverty imbibed altogether too I Congressional DIstrict j I of the alleged fact that a bag- I' Assets .

f. ..........15 'I Having been urged by a number of ESTERDAY'H Reserve and otr;: 1.,abi
, t' One Year by Mail ? WI freely to ride on a train, and walked gage car well stocked with liquor :: ,
.
.. .. ;citizens of the Third district to become $ > (ties
t till Montbh" "
': ''If': .t"1 I One Week by Carrier, Payable Monday lu I I from one end to the other as best he i ii i a candidate for the congress- 1 was carried along, and the exhiliar- r .ur.S game of baseball j

, .' 1; ai I II I could. As the train passed over the i I ional nomination, I have consentedto ating product of the vine was dispensed at Palmetto F Surplus deuds are from paid It hId. IllY i ll

I 11)1 i Adrertlsirg fates Furnished on Application I'j'I trestle fording the Tensaw river the do so, and take this method of announcing j with freedom to. all who Beach result

;, ;tIt. ; young man was in the rear car and it to the public. could give the necessary wherewithin I ed in a victory j l Paid to Policy-hold I I.r. in I i
I i .
TELEPHONE NO. 118. i ii liH J .
f J 1 1 *: | For the first time the nomination Y *
i : j f' rl! took a notion to walk to the rear I for this important office will be made exchange. I for the Pensa- ''New Indurate m ls+')'l i t I

+ ;! J i ; PENSAOOLA, APRIL 14, 1902 end. As he opened the door, his II by direct vote of the individual I, Soon after the train had crossed cola' team ky a Total Insurance foree

: Dec. 31, lht II. . .
} friend, Jack Gray, went behind him, members of the party. This methodof I Io the Florida line, a negro known as : score of '_ to 1.

J.. t" ;4 OCCASIONALLY apaper is found," I but instead of catching the hand- o nominating was adopted by the !I "Dog River Bill" shot at another ne ( The' one run for otwith! -tanJilllC t! .. k--:: ,.. 1

, t. N' ,r eays the Brewton Btandard-Gauge: !i rail, as Gray expected, Haverty continued last convention in recognition of a I gro named Sam Glass, but the bullet the visitors was scored in the second 'i cial greater ctreiiifth security th w'! .s. ,. i ,

: "that under the head of local news, : very strong demand on the part of I hoIJf'r- ,
to walk forward and deliberately its in the door. "Bill" j, inning. I therebv ei |I. tare I ,
car
;\ takes up mo t of it* pace in thrown-I -, the rank and file of the party, based! spent way 1 I, I LOW and 'til U. \ '%i > j- ..

I" j t'I\ IJ'.. iiijf bouquets at itself: And occasionally stepped into the open upon a belief that nomination in' tried to Ore a second time, but a In the opening! inning! for the Ice !; ter than given ty", .

f :/ one that thin tnUa,es its I It space, precipitating himself into the convention were too frequently the i young white man named Frank cals, the first triple play of the sea-1

t '. editorial epace. But no one is de.rt' -j waters below. | result of combinations between a few !;! Foley, from Mobile, attempted to I son was made by Zeiman of Mobile, I

I rt' '" .i ceived: by this reprehensible prac j I Gray was: not looking'at; ; him whenhe killed in the arts of the politician, !! stop the murderous act and got into I I who i is due the entire credit for it, j Ij!II t\ \(O\\'LES llCu.Grueral ,
I
i and did i i'of
not the
dee represent preference I
i ___
I fell tmubl_, I for it practically saved
'r \. --- --- --- but the splash attracted the ': the people. i n----- a big score. \1:" .

k 1 I; ;, \ntIIIIY in Florida took any notice I latter' attention. He called to It was the purpose of this changein '1 "Bill" was angry at being interfered Harris had reached third and Sanchez \

.'y : of the Times-Union and Citi- i Haverty to swim, and he made a the system of nominating to give o : with by Foley and, turning upon was on second when \\.pile,; lU'J S. }II..f"I-\: \! (1'1' '.

iI 1, 'tL hI zen's.lam at Tallahassee, in which !I j! strong eilort to reach a projecting to the people an opportunity for a the young fellow with much went to the bat. The big batter
'f: : 1t"j a purported interview with "Billy free exercise of individual choice in (I

: } Kow-lews"made him say that the ); piling Juntas he got near the pil-( : selecting candidate And. under ferocity, beat him badly over the leveled a hot liner to Z"iman: at &-..-. ....................... 'A
,,.,,..
i 0 ,t-: : meaning of the name is "all gone, ors i, fug, he was seen to suddenly be this system, the fact that: I have 'head,1 and would undoubtedly have I short top, who covered the ball r

w.1 t t'' deserted"; but the Montgomery Ad- whirled in an oppo-ite direction by taken time to give the matter of becoming shot him had not olKcers on the train I hurled it to Former on third and tin BASE BALL j
I IJ ,
I i verti-tr remarks it that '' ,
.;.( concerning. 'the strong current and was swepti a candidate deliberate consideration ran up at this juncture and arrestedthe !, hUH sent the sphere with! ii.:!Main.'
; the true meaning, Old Town, is ,
J that the i i i from the railway bridge. / will not, in my opinion, negro. They placed him under 'r peed to Civet on !second t.ui.ur!: (!, .< 51'OKIIVi ,< j
:. well known and "explanajtion I militate against me, for, if the judgment -
doenot explain." The train was stopped and calls guard, but as the train slowed downat i ling both base-runners and r-tini./ -
of the people can be forestalledby ? ,
: :: for Haverty were lustily made, but of Juiutette "Bill'" left the car while i the side.Tlie .
i I' priority announcement, the advantage -
THE meat tru t, protected by the i! Athletic Goods
,
1.if no response was heard, and it is the supposed to be possessed by 0 the oillcers' attention was tempora- latter part of the ;.r II!::' wa-
: Iari1while oppreIngdomesticC0nlJl' ; I '
Burners with 1 increased prices, i is i'fj \II- i!I opinion that he was drowned, although the primary system would be defeat- rily detracted elsewhere and made played ill drizzly! rain, which! i.d.l'-d:/ ;

\jI: T ins meat products in Knglaud; for I Id Ir It he was an expert swimmer. ed. I c cla's moot of believe citizens that the intelligent good his escape. He took to the discomfort to tho-e who had n: 'II" -I. M. COK'S\
constitutingthe
t .tl't t lea s than tt.e prices exacted in this 'i iI i' After searching twenty minute democratic voters of the district wood, but the Alabama: officers said j Jon the lo.illtf.Hll.; ItUItnRI ;

I tI f nJ: country. As the :Savannah Morning; for the body, the train started to- can =o lightly: regard the ollice of he will be immediately taken in In the fourth inning Moon> y of t'.i' ,
I I News aptly *aya : "The taritf in j
,
!I ward Pen-acola at :tj; 01. m., arriving congres-unn as to permit their decision ; charge; should he visit Mobile.I Pensacolas hit the lull t. deep
I ot h.I'i; operating to give
1'1 here about 5:3o: o'clock. o to be formed without regard to
London cheaper meat from America Young Foley had his wounds centre, on which he went -ecoud
I 'the merits of the
.. than: the American people themDelves : candidates before dressed when the train arrived here. base and winning( for this proiin-ing .
p" { Job Couldn't Have Stood It them at the time of the election and I \AAAAAAAAA 1
;
'
,
Ii' t I' are able to enjo '. ir. The : They are painful and dangerous/ I player the $'j gold piece ottered by
in <
If he'd had Piles. announcing candidacy at this >
;. Itching They rei
andubtance of it all is of' j
eum '
I i terribly annoying; but J.ucklen's time I do so with full confidencethat it is expected he will recover. j this paper. < Ping Pong, )
countthat the trusts have got the
Arnica'al'e will cure the worst it will receive fair and thoughtful Several other fights of an immaterial The crowd was not nearo I trge
I j'r I Veoplebythethro.it: and purpose to j case: of piles on earth. It nas cured 1 < Base Ball .

I' I choke the last cent possible! out of'''thousands.; For Injuries! Pains or consideration at their hands. nature occurred, and hackmen as had been :anticipated, but luorp < .

Do the people like the chok-'j;I Ithem. Bodily Kraptions; it's the bet salve o I will not undertake to dL-cuss the who met the train state that they saw could not be expected on account f Tennis Rackets
! in the world. Price _ic a box. Cure policies of the party, and my attitude I < >
1 ing proce.-s? The republican: party I II Iis guaranteed Sold by \V. A. D'Alem- 1 more bloody heads emerge from the the threateuingwtathff..
with reference
I them
/ to in thi
the 1 and '0 berte, 11 I' \
creator patron : South Palafox
'((10' protector street. 0 Tennis Balls :
than The
! : connection, but shall leave that until curs they ever did before. One I subjoined communication i-
of trusts.: I It
41 II I Ir I after the is named Duncan had his head '
; I primary called when negro self-explauatory : <
MELON GROWING I Golf & Golf Supplies >
!It'r IN l sT4; the excess of democrats I expect to appear personally before 1 smashed: by a water cooler top, but I P.OS.\c'OI.\I .\rrilla.. I Ib!*r.'.

over republicans in the hou-e of the people of the district. I To The catty :OH.Ot'ntlt'lJIt'uCatclf'r. '5
he does know
1 : rep1reseut.itives not who hit him. I II Whitely
.l was Iii ; in b'IiI; \ ; in : IN ESGAMBIA FKEH. T. MYEas. I Mooney of < Exercisers >

'I I t bib. Hi. I In I '-u the republicans t'X-i 1 J Saves Two From Death. the Ponsacola club, having m:ide theInngpst j Clubs & Dumb Bells
-- TheTliriiM of a Lance "Our little daughter had an almost ; hit in the J
tfrilrii the democrats in number by game rods between <
" .. I i! fatal attack of looping( cough; and i
'f S In Isx::! the democrats: again! predominated I Water melon growing in E-cam- 'scarcely! more agonizing than the |bronchitis," writes :firsV.. K.Haviland I Pensacola and Mobile n entitled < Edison Phonograpl >

: +1.1! m with an excess of 74 ; in ,' bit county ,tabeen given recurrent pains IL the abdomen ] of ..1rnu1uk,5.1''but, I(I to the prize, $.j in gold offered
a
'1 1 I.. lv>4 the excess wa4 ; in Iwi it was great which f.I1the eating of improper when all other remedies failed wel:I:. l>y your paper. Thanking you for J Phonograph Must
I IL [ encouragement by tile free: seed: dls- j jtribution food or too free indulgence in ice aved her life with Dr. King's New
\ ; The had manife-Ud in tin-
J5. republicans a The great
, again i water. immediate cause of ]IH"cIIH'fOur 0
If' I I I niece, wno had
':J majority of 7 in lv: :*; and in iy.:'_ the I I instituted some weeks ago (cramp and colic f i.;; often thedi.;ten- (Consumption; in an advanced stage, national sport, I am sincerely your1 -. j Bicycles and Tires *

.' democratic majority was 4s. In INI {I by the r.. & N., and as a direct result j ji ton of the b.)wel.. by gas. Quick rea; l-o used this wonderful medicine 0 1 for the Peii-acola club

P'f 1 : thB republican majority was the I i !lauds which have fur a long time remained lief Painkiller.follows the Careful u-e of! housekeepers Perry DaviV j and to-dayhe: is perfectly well." ';' :' or 1-1.\ NX < Fishing Tackle. I
De-perate throat and lung; disease* !
I
I
IAt, greatest: e\ r known, ll_ ; but it de- barren wastes apparently j give it the Place of honor in the famly yield to Dr. King's New Discovery I i ias J. G. Oi.i\ Kit. < >

t creased to 7;_ in b!Hli i; and to '._ in :' I uitdicme chest! to no other medicine on earth. I! Ciptam P. B. U. T.,
are now with < For
green healthy melon
f Anything You >
t iMis. :uul in I1.**) gained sl'ghtly: be- Infallible for Coughs and Cold | F. Xi.MltNi :I :

, I Jug 45.; The slump in the republican 'plants in various part-'of the county. If you are down town on the opt5 tIc and $l.il() bottles guaranteed by !,i Captain L. li.: K I I'
1 i, This i is ing diy ---. W. .\. D'Aleinberte, I 1.1 South Pala"fox 4 Want go to
particularly noticeable --
hum 14to4": in six at -
majority year*, I street: Trial! bottles free.
-- ------
9 t equal to nearly Bs'; per cent, atfords and about Goulding, where one tract MAY i DAY FESTIVITIES i ---- -- -- STONEWALLS( WIN >

abundant ground fur democratic If you are down town on the -
alone, the property of K. YV. >ublette opening :
hopefulne-s this year. 'l day -. AT MOBILE YESTERDAYThe h B. Bruce
.j the genial ticket agent cuu- I! AT M'DAVID --- .
'
}'.::-O-\IOI.A needs manufactories sistiug of twenty acre, is covered i )TAI.TA'ITA., a twentieth century >
I game at Mobile yesterday between
Health Food.
None better.
more than anything; ele.: The way I with about 5.U10 The of :
McDavid
\ plant, from which young people will
I
: Try it.TWO the :Stonewalls and :'1. Vin 15 S. Palafox.IrvVVVVVVVYVV
to get them, a; other cities get: heat, __ I .
(the give a grand
I gentleman expects: to reap at picnic on Saturday, the
was tlml'oiut..tI out very clearly by | I cents resulted iiia victory for thi-
least H WO melon. :3d day of May, at the lovely ground MOBILE VISITORS '
President. Sanders t of ,the Sew former by a score of 4 to :a. '

Orleans Progressive Union in a recent Other laud owners;, have from five 'on the bank of the K-cambia river j 'I The
tjtonewalN
FINED $100 EACH will play on tin-
address :: j totwilve acres filled with watermelon : | one mile from the station. Special : -
Pensacola!
I "I. cal men of wealth: mu-t take I plants, and more melons will 1 ;attractions: in the way of prominent I : diamond next rued ty. ,

: the: time from their bu-ine-s to in-h 1 lii.*.. ..t 4rnlr.
I be marketed from this county during -speaker, music and other features, i !Steve Murray: and Ed. Frederickson f
,i vestigate proposed industries _nd I Iproucunce The usually fatal de "( ,irn i_ r'cr-
t' \ them practical and i'Ub- j I! l the coming -ea-on than at any 'i including the pretty girl; of this land young white men from Mobile, i,I
'", ptautial by putting their own moneyr :, 'time during; its hi-tory. 'of Mower i were arrested here roon sift r the arrival -j ---- --
| '
(orrr Itrnntr.
into the enterpn-e or they can't ex- i' Following up the seed distribution The-e grounds are noted for such of the excur-ion train ye-ter-j i! In New Holland the. womeniit ti m., =i .-*...;,.

t.I. peel capitalists from other section '' i the I.. i \. hats placed in charge; of 'occasion a* picnics Hd festival, 'day. Both were found tu.e l armed I Rt'ln's with ch"ls! mind l, K.->-;. UK' nrtviuit.Is : t

0 to come here and invest their the! being of nature' with ":inn a (long; thu('. IIUM.! i|I. 'i'' I : ..I .
department\ a Mr. Li-ter, who is : one beautiful spots razor, and were respectively
i.;; money. The great work ofpublicity I I"'fir in the !flesh which th-> OfliSshly JV*
compilation of statistics 'a practical farmer himself and who All are invited, and remember the 'charged with interfering with an orllfill1'I1I:11.Iwllll'r iniri.t. iniulllntioii 1I I -

and all else that takes time and laLor works with Mr. \Veiny,...:, the land date aturd ly, \Ity: the 3J. Ite- 'officer and with beingdrunk.; I Is mace ana.ng t.t-'i: i w hw : I ,

can be thoroughly done by the i aeut. Mr. Liitcr habeen: placed fre-hmtnt They told Mayor Jones that they In infancy they take <>rr the littlf !fln_>T :
of the left hand at the sfM.nd .
,
: jout.fe'e'l.
-
-- -
,k commercial bodies. but the deter-''on salary, --ucceeding. KumpJIof had been shaving just previous to i i I ____-- "t \
r i initiation on the part of five or ten : A VALUABLE MEDICINEFor
I Kvergreenund; ; his salary has been the departure of the train and had | .. ILA! -
t Ii(s I of the most successful financiers and i :: .
J 1. Coughs and Colds in Children I Perk at drat meant a bnl--<-t -.r f \,
0 placed at such a figure that he dropped the razors in their
; business men that t I. mu-t is enabled pockets. .......
fit 'I "I have not the-lihtfl..t ceptaclr! for grain r other Mil "t. :! .
:
d :'I j take: advantage of every favorable to devote: hi* entire time to in recommending ; Chamberlain's'he-itancy This excu-e did not take well with The cxpres-iion at fir-t had no K-I.- OUR WAITERS: WAIT

:j jF condition relative to the l location of :the I'lHce. His duties:: are to find a Cough; K"Uiedy to all who are suffering the mayor, who! enlightened the I f'fICe to sl/e.

: i ,\ factories has to be maugur.itfd, indorsed from cough; or cold," say- :.MM mil It I'\TU"N-
P market for melon,
l 0 and to communicate l'htI.l'ramH, young visitors ato the liw. of I .
and supported by their moral l--q..t well know'nwatch "r. ..) i ..II",.. i
daily, by tLis means maker, ol Colombo, Ceylon. Florida. The nnyor also told them 1'1 ime '""nOIC''' heft i_ <.II' i
enabling I \ cloth <]ii>|>fd HinmonlH amt l rubbed '
and linaiiCi.il backing.) b. IJ..I'.d
"
t I It ha
beenome two year* -nicetlu he did not like the idea nf I
t I !i the producer to get the Highest; mar- City Ii-pen-ary lirt"called/ g.iimgabout tlioronghlr, oa it rout c"llHr w ill remove '. h. hung room i. 1"ntpointed t- '
t 1 my with razors while drunk, and i the greasyijuk.\ Velvet ci/llnrH
I BETTER THAN PILLS. let price for the lu-ciou fJ Ult. attention to tin valuable: medicine j mid well "UI'ff 1 1" : .
1 I.I and I have: repeatedly used it and it therefore imposed a lii.e of (lw in : may be treated In tie "ain<- wnr. but of the lt.Jhi.qltl < r f .
;) The que-tion has; been a-kni, "Inwhat Another good point the growers has always been beneficial. It has each ca-e. I must In1 hold in front of a hot ln>n di I.adle+ rec''lt..xpreial ;it!" t

1 1: r,. way are Chan.berlaiu'Stom- have in view i- the marketing; of the cured me quickly of all chest colds. Ii i rectly after to raise the pile.Shake ta.\. """.lrat.. tub--.

1' I ash A Liver 'Tablet superior to. It I-e-prctaal-eliective) for children Her Son'i Life Saved by Chamberlain's slut food H of --ufj'--

lH '! pills!:, ?" Our answer (is: They areeasier product to northern cities of le -er and seldom take more than one bottle Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Into Your !ShornAlltn's 'l.ility..

Ij 1 and more pleasant to take 0 population than Chicago, Louisville to. cure them of hoarseness. I i Foot-Eae.: It re&U the f-.-t. fores' Ch' rges iiimifr-.
I I 1 more mild and gentle in effect and inv. per-uadrd many to try rims Remedy. I Corns. Bunions.
reliable or other great centres. It has been valuable medicine, and they all "A neighbor Ingrowing 'lIh.011"0: 1 11C'IIII: ( ( '
wore as they can al"\ bedepended are ran in with bottle ofChamberlain's and :Sweating feet At all drug.litu mind Ceil t In rI'lioftr .\
it- 'i \ upon. Then: they cleauej : the yearly: custom to ru-h everything as well plea-ed a* mylf) over the Colic Cholera and, shoe stores :!:c. Ask today
.' and nivuorate the stomach and re-ult: Forale by all druggi-t- H"tallr
; '. : leave the bowels in a natural condi- :, to Chicago, overstock thej aud medicine dealer-. Diarrhoea Remedy when my son '' NAVAL !STOitKS MAltHKI.fleportrHl llt <1t!

i,\ _, Job, while pills are more harsh ink j market and tntrtby force the con was sutlering; with severe cramps ,
; effect and their use is often followed !' MALTA VITA i i.. the food for and wa even up a* beyond hope by Dally for The Newt l.j ITI
'siiniee*
4 .j'f by constipation. For sale by all to-ell at a low Haute! Mr boaUlI girls while attending; my regular: physician, who stands 1 I L'niun 'aial 8t"rrtUi. Pearl & Nicolau.
! ,\1''I druggists and medicine dealers Li ter: will place the shipping point *chr ol. hizh in hi* profe ion. After admiui -
H'' three i'Jan. I
H-tp --- I with growers, who are 'tfring do-e? of it. umys"nre'a ww.... __ ri':3 H n'.-, .H: ::0'. I'.Ufox,,-
0 expectedshortly med con-ciou-ne and recovered I' .. ... .
handled to from the depot wo --.j :-
Baggage : or
; o !I : to organize and work If you are thinking: of moving entirely within twenty-four. :*-... ..--. ...... <' b K: i iI 1 1"1,
all H
in
: i'l! hour." Mr. Hafler. i M.. .. ..1"*5 E:
short notice. ay Mary
promptly on Special ofj i --in
t j harmony.If see Harry Hallmark or call phon l K __ S C .,
,
I
i Mt. Crawford.. This I is II. I The finest liu. of .. .. .
.J1' Remedy I.... ..., ....SHU t fii '
; ( R
: bnow
f li;'1,1 I Id attention given to handling freight --- :;mil and let him quote you prices, H- for -ule by all drucgjst and medi I brltiTBTnRPR"Trtt-i:: 1 a rood. and silver UUYlll1j. .

: you are down town -m the "l'eniI cine dealer !j jA 2 found at J. I. Mi>!..-n. i I"
for city merchant; and out of town ha the best
; day spring; floats in the city. Seasonable please all.Garden.

tt ,"I fut011leri'1'1': Harry Hallmark or nickel is enough for a': householdand

When trade languishes fit is kitchen utensils at the twin in enl;
Cigar El f
; No an Greco
l' j' tin ghone ::? I 1. Gripe PainOr
r : __ _ Willis Hardware
P., stimulate it ll'ihsllleyof! El Satisfaction guaranteed. ; Co.'s. variety and at rock }>' tott

Iff f7 A !H If you :ire down. town on the ''PCIing trstie-bit dScrifcrt:: n )irritation of th m- Greco, L. Lear $ Co.'y new L. Lear J' Co. Marston fy Quinn prices at the ,If"//// liar
'i ; day--- romN. : carry
ft !bratta: !uI cleansing, wijen you tak e5-cent I cigar. the largest line of matting ware (.'o. '..c.r .
--
u l Do min x\ ant to handle The Crt and -- Drink Red Heart
) Hood's Pills I will repair your watches and Beer, rugs, window shades, etc. Don't 1 H< .. bar.- *
,1,' I Latent S-emCiiar? -k 1.. Bear ArCJ. jewelry in fire-cli.es style. J. 1 the leer that made Cincinnati in rice b' ",. f'. r ; '
f.l r for El; Grt'I I SvUJ by aU: dIi;:giaa. ;2 j rests dtephent. cityWe luy our !rwF/< !T H J
I Damons- free. .. .
I matting Wt (I'-\"r f'

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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, APRIL 14, 1902. ,

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;'--O' EAl President; F. C. MORTON, Cashier;

,.. 'Vce, -President; Condonsad 8tatom t. the M. E. CLARK Asi>t Cashier. I THE WEATHER IF YOU BUY THEM AT I


AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK I BOSTON SHOE STORE, )


TODAYLOCAL THEY ARE GOOD !..... tI
(,)F r-ENrsACOLA, FLORIDA AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS FEBRUARY 25, 1902.

''From Report to Comptroller.)



L- .hts RESOURCES.. $431,37263 Capital Stock .LIABILITIES.= J2UO.OOO.OO)( ) I I Ij ably Tuesday Jo'ORECAST-RalnI8nlght; fresh southeast to northeast and prob- Do You Need I;

L nl-3' 62.85 Surplus 10000.00 winds.
()' : ".... ..... .,.. .... ...... ..... 75,000.00; Net Profits.\.. 548712 .
t r, St'afs.' "u DPI:d*. 5.230.00 Rediscounts! "I 9, OOOO !

Yreu: a..d Fixture... ...... .. .. ..... 6.718.48 Circulation.... .... .... .... ... .. .. ...... .... 75,000.00)( ) Temperature in Lad 24 Hour: I r

r urntn.. .4ir;,'. 501.88 Deposit! 326,04408 Maximum.... _....... ......... ..... .... Mdeltreu
1, f adl" 'x. ,ti,.' 127,221.26 Dividends Unpaid. .. .. ...... .. ...... ... 96.00 Minimum ....._?.._....?_......_........degrees .Shoes ?
Ca a . .

1696,127.20: 696127.20 It
Temperature Elsewhere : "
T .I>..Jk opened for business October 23, 1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will giver Max. Min. IF YOU HAVE A SHOE PURCHASE IN YOUR MIND YOU AUK,

.r : -=...,.." prompt, courteous and careful attention. Atlanta.._ ...... ......_.............f... 52
THE nEST THING
Interest Paid on Time Deposits. I Bismarck ..... ... ...... .. .......St OF COUSE. LOOKING FOR ;
Chicago. ..... ... .... .... .. .....40 X4
Cincinnati............................ t 2 M FOR THE MONEY. j .
jalve8lon_ ... .. ... ....._"w wi
i Huron........ _.. .., ................. M ;t -
STONE I I B. H. FAIRCHILD, RATHBONE SISTERS'ENTERTAINMENT Jacksonville ... ............ .... .. M ft AND $2.00 LADIES'OXFORDS |
CORNER Kansas Lity_ ..... ..... ..... ...f... 44 OUR $1.75
Key West .. ..... ..... .... .... "+ T\
I UPEXOz.STERERI : I Memphis .... ..... ..... ..... M 1j, '
LAYING ATALLEN Mobile .._. ......._.... ..... .-. M r*. SOLVE THE PROBLEM !SATISFACTORILY. r
!I 38 EAST ROMANA STREET. Montgomery . .. ... f.4New M .
I w 'o .\1.1. !'TYi.l>! -:- .\ 1.1II.I'S: : !
Caroet Work and Refinishing furniture a --- New York .... 47 40savannan. <
CHAPEL :I ._. .. .74 f* t
I I Specialty. Magnolia Temple No. 4, Ratbbone St. Louise-- --.M- 44
Phono aocz. BOSTON SHOE STORE
I
Sisters, will give an entertainment ,

-ner stone of Allen Chapel l. i iIurch. i at Pythian Castle hall Tuesday MARITIME.

Dr. Dean* pastor R. K. WHITE, evening, April 15, beginning at 8 : NATHAN G. FORCHEINIER Prop. I I

; :'bterday.with impressive Matchmaker, Manufacturing Jeweler o'clock. A very interesting programhas EXPORTII.

r" monie, with John H. I and (;iraduute Optician, been arranged : for April to date '" ..... .. .1.3'-. _: I l:01 RIVE} You Must Get One. I

.rand master of the :, It SouthP.Istoz St., Pen.srolaIb/ Beautiful parade by peddlers. AkttIVEt'. c I
don't kill tii.. .
Really 1W 1,1,1-
: ': i la. presiding. He was Magic lantern views. Kr sch Mabt harking, 111, Alhurry. Dun you
I .-- -... I' more Town to rtastrrRrseb tire to be derived from driving until
I, : : ..'. 1 Royal Arch Chapter, (r y v Refreshment*. : Hr..ta. ll'i;, Morrison, Havana to '
:
Jno A Me rntt A Co you have been seated in ono of ,our

: IT i. W. Parker, grand i New express office, domestic and der Fr sell Ohio,: .!. Uafton,Cientuegos to or- 1 1 rubber tired Innjir 1'11" acme of i

: : !: l -:;al Arch Chapter of i' NEWS NOTES 1 international to A in.i-trr m sob IljaImar.V, An-Nen, Key W..H comfort its er.tire frt-ejuin fri.m i"!I 1,

,' \ > r .1.1.irch. Itefre-hntentsand imported wares; Nor S3 I'I10nlr.r.I, Cbrl.teiiii-n, Tampico rattle and jerk and tn.i-e make it .ia
< I I to liultlrausit Co iWe'd
ideal vehicle for enjoyable ridln=
; '. was: n* follow : L----- will be sold at reasonable prices.We I IHhotr
C LEA ItF n. like you III **!' our stock.
i (l' : -"!!, grind lI1ar-hal ; I Don't forget the yacht club meeting cordially invite all Pythiansand I'.r ,s Manchester Importer, ltlitional (l l.J.
.. .Muaclie-ter, 4.ti MIT Imlfs cotton. alw
.rand tyler and stew- families attend. cargo hart lferre iyiJ. feady.
to .
tonight. i their Bring 1U' long Wild pljniptiaie rock &*! ItI
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'. i-t- r Masons; an-i punt I "Peck'-I B.\d Hoy" will be the the children as the committee has I I walnut Nor ss lumller.!;annn.\'alu"s.7l; ,f-C'hri';.'v!.t.'n-,>n.hyJul( )1. HillianI, & (Co., ,
(rand Lodge otlicer*. at-I I Trail-it ('0 furTHiupico, with ;J am'Ions( IOLS
traction at the opera house 1- prepared a program for their enter coat,Talus *it.""
No. :\11 l.i-t: I.1rlim :"H.'itiv .
t I I \ Nor bk Iurcra4, s<:!, Pedersen, by W. H
\ :. principal architect. : night.; I tainment. Keyser, I'o for Hut-nob Acres for ord. r':. I
with li.\ sIt rebawti lumberalue s.l.i
', -b-rt-. grand secretary, The fi-hing; schooner Lottie S. MRS. J.E. Fiiii.ii', !I'.r ilaDtoiinilditlonul carun fur Ant-
of 2GOOsnappers. 1 :MIJIisNin \\' I werp. withHe s (t lumber, 27.i.' B ft I wish the lest ( 1I'a'I'I:4.
i !Mnan, ;grand l treiurer. Ha-kiiH i is in with a catch sawn timber value flm'4Am If you very

'.v \f MurJaiid grand senior I MissMAKV WATERS, Miss tug UrUnnnia,o'Lvary. for Scranton ice crealnffeeerat drapery smlo.: i r jJ IIIK ratign.mP fur rllplaID.o.. u( the pHi Kor

\ MRS. JAS. NKVII.LE. I Krss Blenueini.ll.'iii. Uilchrist, by H HKoyer the WillisHardware tuitii will IKrftpuati-
; from I lowest price ., ..
The schooner Hjilmu Key with ]l.S17.i i s H !< I. SrliU cuDlr ct" bf
tor UoUfrdam
1 4- -. trice, grand juniors : Wet and the: Ohio from Cienfuegus, M Po.-.. J. E. Lox<< \I luiubtr'T.iiuis It sawn timber, \alue U5..SAILM .- Co. can please I' the crew of said tr-trl. IUU.IKOKM,
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MRS. J. M. CLUTTER HR., U'" i .
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4 !' arrived in port thi; morning; Haart, I .1 I ,::1. 'l'ayl'.r, deputy ;;raudit1 1 :\1 !{,;. HKLEX LEWIS, ). you. 1"'p.j/II., hail: t I'

,-" I t flRThe 1'eimcola Vacht Club will Committee. Hr b> lilenln-iiu.Gilchrist, KotterdAnlKr I'ur If.inS .NKit'IIKit: tho e"pl...la.cr 0N1.
hold au important meeting toui ht t>!>tlatiton, I.ieik Antwerp .......... > our of ,.. I'
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Dickfor"lIn sm troairwbre
: I M l i-t'r J. un- tier bk Anna. Hansen, Burao.tyrrclust --- ;lips!! .. mil IN '/ ,
1! ; -iv: lie e-cort of I.H. Robert : l'Vt'Qmember is requested to at You should not feel tired all the : lk Hi-fCtidftlf, UfttUClbti, lInJ11l i,11tTWOnu'elrturnlshedrooluc: at ,,I -i"'iiMi.f,, fur d"'ii" contrul / i I
Blanca 0 cd by the crrw of -itil \ \.1.
\ .' ..- t:.J JohnT. Harri-on. tend. time-healthy people dote-you I :4FuuttiCprlug btreet. _alit_ 1 EI..,'.'..
Gulf Tran. ( .... (aqua,
:.l'-! .f grand standard bearer. 'I The circuit court met this morning won't if you take Hood's sarsaparilla ::: THE SHIPPING. .\UtiitWant' -.l. l'u""IKDrr. 1(.o.1 ,
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.\ ...i.i1. H'atler, ;:and sword and disposed of a few outside fora while. .
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l.ENTsi-Biggest maker for you NM I I IIIK t.'i<-<-*pii.in. o D '
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ca-ea, then adjourned until tomorrow I VE :':E/.H IN 1'OKT.hTEAMiHirs. _*V ton "'Hlb. .,.""Iy e"ru *.'' .to. tiim>i> of tI.1t l.a', "
If are down town on the opening ntl inliipmt>>l mllltM> 1'-
I ...' ', :... '.led to the old church i I morning at 10 o'clock. you lara tree The Hudgrs Cu Indianapolii, I 'II.lh.I..rdttbla, eottIr..I,1 I
AniaU'l, 13;)( I ; day Dutch Ind. U by tke CfeA of -"... \<*>*.l.
..' cloed '- i w ody A Co J. K PAIUII',
tht-rel'raYHwaJf. !
Ilentfrow
,1 i :; is .t The Company to '
1 liallesteros No 1, L5-o Kquibasa
I Span 1I\U'! tl ltNUdt .t '.0. 5:artllL'1
., !'.: :' --rind chaplun \'. their week's engagement at the 'WOMAN'S Knurs.. lIUO udy A Co Gulf 4tgner... INIIIIIIIi.RtllpcaptaiuUN'nn "
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HOME xpan IIlel..III"r..In Kmuren. to i
-- I-a',." i"-r' which I). UI. opera houe Saturday night; with the i iI Tran.lt.0 Ia I .-- I i'
Sin (>.HneroKorta I5.fr de V uchanste to 11t III tbtt U ,
of "The James toys in.Missouri. II < rll"'I i <>IIM lltH'# *
i u-a Hrandla.tH: I production Gull 'Iransit Co A.'..tlll.. itaMtn1 will ''r .
: I'M, Jensen to faarFiDunwody j I ,
Horn
Indreit
MISSION SOCIETYThe .icr '1" ,10" for d<*l>(> ountiA ied -
i' .. ii1': "r' which h- rrive a I A t'o h.\ f lit! i ten ..-h.U >r..i-|,
II Nor Kulh*.::e., Hllllesen. to Boars UunIwodyAi'o y4. .
I O.lUU'hf the 1'i I' t" Iurppt'e
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The Ste : -
ltn hip
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\\.1 -r. >:. M i-i" ?. !,! crttr' : I II Ii !' I \V I. \\ si i s.c o 11 .,...'n tI
icola-Tampico line arrived thi- span Ciliilu. I:" Azqufta. to (.uUTrall.11 gp t..Il, IW,4tii1
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Co
morulug and proceeded up to :Mucogee ,- i Woman's Home )Ih"i"u0: Span Vlvnia. l'"rl, I'.uiz, to Gulf Transit o

1 ( ,,;, III: \\.I t.t :t tak"u up; wharf where i i.* now loading; I I !.n n's. !
i cittof the Alabama Conference r ANCE
order
It Annibalc. Klttnre. to
'uti..ug th. eraf: i"t til-, h-l1plit of the for her return trip. last Ur Mzzio I'.urreil..a, Kice, to S S L ''O ,;-," ) \
closed its convention here night.
; \1'nloo.l>EI, Ma9O, to Kosaico KrollKKS .
church which ainountej, to fcJl: I In. I>r. 0. H. Tuttle and Dr. J. (i. Belina I i t'A ) :'r. --.. ,
\ They will meet next year at < ,
After thi being done the craft andI'oiiirrevjtiou Heard, dentist?, have: moved their i HAt'Ostlno Kepetto vrj! llozzo. to \\ L I II I ':" Al i IHK
,\Ll. !m 1
: \\itticli I A CoNor
proceeded to the new ollices from the Hyer building to A\>-1.i.l. Torgersen to order : ;
: room 7 and 9 I, Masonic Temple.je OHicers were elected as follows : I t...r Adair,-77, I.aur'houp. to order _
un-fi. wll'rethe- corner stone was liuAllnoii.' '.'.<.i Mmll.toSH IAO PORri'D; !
their profeioual card in this l'reident-\lrt H. 1) Moore. Nor Carl I'lbl.iiT.t: Brock, tosnnpson .\: I _
!11IllIlHlrr due Masonic form. ,1'0 L
I, i i-siie. I First Vice Pre"ideut-Irs. L. M. Nor I>uncrai(.s....i, 1'i'dfrcen. to master I \ '&>'
I Last unlit! Grand Master DickerM rt.llallinan. toSr-Ll'n
: I Ku> Klakoon.
.\t the 1're-byU-rian Sundy schoolit i Hutikley.Second. : It IlHwkeKburK. "I"*!', Kolfiiano, to order Gas Honesty I II
:. I-.1".1: i') the congregatinu.ii Patch Helen. I:till, Cook, to Hnnrs lun- ,
I i i.* :a custom that every person I Vice President-Mrs. Dun wody Co I
/:- :>I'IU'.r di-eoure wa "Ex- who-e birthday occur during; the It Ilia, twp Macfiunnt. to Ito'-a-.co Hros Yes. there is such a t!,Hig. {t'.all'' BALLFRIDAY
I can. I Nor Maiiil.iliu, brit. lMi"-en! to Ku .Mllnbmson
I I.- .: :!';" rtiurch!! of (tod and : pad week hall give to the school I popycock this talk of th- meter continuing -
'rre"lIrH-lr. H. Thomas. j
.1armtsMVIrgttio.toorderNor
one cent for each year. Mr. J. U. It to rejii-ter whether you are
,
tu :'? it I'-eful, or Room in NordlysetiI'4Ndsento W LVlt-
... I Keller yesterday announced that he Recording :Secretary-Mrs. C. L. tlohACoItNO'.tro u-ing the gaor not. Our metersare EVENING. APRIL 18.
,\ which h* inr iiutifully : I'adrr'n. Hregante.toCSLCo/: j
I had a birthday and made his birth [hilton.I I It TltllIlla. 15. I.eticlTrt. to order.CIlouF.kS. thoroughly tested' and! their accuracy :

-" ,''.J from the 14th chapter of II I day sun] at fj, representing; out I I Secretary: Montgomery DinrictMrs.T. I proven before bejua- put in (JIVKNBATTERY BY

-' J I Am C"l1a.Imlth.: : to W :S ""}'hl'r.Co I I t
I. year. D. 1'ower. I your houe. They're examined rf'g'tI.Iuly
1 :. the rmon, collection wa; i - --- -- china closets : too, when in operation. lmpusible B. f fI
there i i-. rational:l to treat Secretary l'enacola DitrictIrs. Elegant ,
I I one } I : to register more than the
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i is sideboards and leather-
iri-al: catarrh ; the medicine applied Ueo W. Carpenter.
: j I amount consumed.V supply high
',' '.:.--s of hard time, the total ttifi'f to the affected mem- seat chairs at Marston $ !
I bratip.: The remedy is Ely's Cream Corresponding secretary-Mrs.; quality of gas; at price- lint are ju-t I ADMISSION CENTS 50 CENTS ;

: illectfd during the day W.ls...i H.ilm.: It restorethe inllamed time Webb. I Quina's- Low prices; easy I right let service, economy clean-I I ,

t.-- uliiig the $:!J.Iu which the I to a healthy stain without drying payments. 'I line- .< LADlhS FREE. .<
all the life out of them and itgives -- ----- I I _______
,- : I Viirch.-. back the lo-t of taste What's Your Face Worth? ,

when finished, will :of and vain smell.!experiuleutshould The sutferer seii-es. who is tirfd ue: Sometimes have a a sallow fortune complexion, but never, ifyou a 'I I 3iom thP CASTOrt..A.its h r d Von VM A'ea'tt;). BcsgM! }1ellCU1'd> Gas S Co.' The I I llitc Orchestra ![

,y a credit to the pator Cream Halm. Druggist* sell it for Jaundiced look moth patches and 9enatW'f: 114-17- I will reiider exif-lti-nt i mii-tc for lh- .

... r- ..f it, but to Peiiacola. 50 centElr Brother. ate! Warren blotches ou the skin.-all signs of ..' Mo. 3 S. Palafox St.. Pensacola. Fla.t "I"-I..n. i i25252.Ir2S2SES

street, New York. Liver Trouble. But Dr. King's _____ __ n ________ __
\ : ink wa extended to New Life (1'ilh give Clear Skin,
I IWrbOH
i llo" Chek, Rich Complexion. S ScS25 s s
y ;
heir attendance, notf
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'f If are down town on the opening ,
you Only io: ;) cent. at W. A. D'Alemberte'sdrugstore .................. .tiNItIN.f. I
.- ., I).id weather. I : day 121: South Palafox treet. i
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J L'iN'1'. HAhiicos. :'oIAI.TA'ITA give. vigor and SPECIAL MEETING OF 5 Ladies t.-: >grfrfA 9 S Boys t -: ;

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health to the weak and nervous. w t .
V. :( Man Turned Yellow. I'I, .

-' nation was felt by Try it. -' CARNIVAL ASSOCIATIONA I, .. t.-: Skirts pi } tit Suits {

.1 1 .\. Hogarty) of he Lex- : BIG PISTOL GETS I II ,I rjjK

i. thelW* wa special and important meetingof i.is.......o....: ..a............o..
\ His skinlowly

..- hi* eyeand he I SPANIARD IN TROUBLE : the Carnival .\-,ociation: will beheld HScdESESESHSESESHSHSHS; f
Hi i.* malady wa* : I
I at t> o'clock tonight at the
treated
He was i
-. hut without bf- I P. Equibasa, captain of the Span uual mftting place. Some highly of
Sale
1Ii.1'lI'i"I'd; to try Special Boys'Vash Suits and I If
the wonderful ; stt'lI1I"hip llalleteroWu: re- important: matter will come up anda I;

i \ r' remedy and heN I'I'h to Cllicer Fondtbilla at :20; full attendance i i. urged. i it

'> tkiiig two bottles I --- f .Ladies' Duck and Crash Skirts.
., t I" A trial prove I o'clock thi llwrnlnbein!: a daugprmi i i . i

nt: for all Stoin-ich, I and suspicion character ia SCHOONERS COLLIDEUP t t
l\ troubleOnly
'J\: ,
W.'A. D'Alembert*, that he frightened a number of people THE SOUND 250 Boys' Blouse Suits. Linen and Chambray, at One-Half Clothing Store Prices. I ;

I by llouri-hing a big revolver '

about I A Good Blouse Suit for 50c.0$ \
\t ? town on the opeliIII. :- The schooners Cynthia Jane and i
The otlicer found the man slightly i
i Norwich collided up the sound last

intoxicated and when searched a 1 Lmlies' \Vhite Pique Skirts with Handsome Inserting S 1.0(1 |
r.i.vi.: TiiiN: Thursday and the Cynthia Jane to S.l.oo lach.
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t pi>tol wa found. The usual penalty
I ar.%' arlll Bf"l III the of a JU i fine was imposed, which I sunk to the bottom. I Linen, Crash, Duck Dimity, Chambray, Covert and Che\'iot"'n C I I
I.!. (..tl1 -;( 'O The last named schooner was; en OUC( t 10 250 o CdC1

u.ir, |u.t intriMliu'i'il in the captain paid in :as short a time route to Pensacola with a cargo of Skirts, plain and Trimmed, with or without flounce J JI

'I' i '1\ n.. 11 )oii II.IIP nut as he could count the notes. when the accident happened. I (r'hen'Otl gee thee (iumpnt you will not think of buying materials; and having thm made.-1 *

'H :tml eximinr it. IhorP'H wood: _________ __ __ ______ 5
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''iilliiijj OIL STRUCK !

it.i r.i\u: \ ,'0. I )I.LTA'ITA gives health and SILK'AISTS===25 per cent Off !===SILK WAISTS
You can strike oil by going to O. strength to brain and muscle. Try it.
furniture house i0: ; .
M. Fryur's big I
t :!;.ctH your spreads fat i '
.' id: make them look I and We have i: West'Government\llthit.but bargains street.t-i offer I Thos. C. Watson & Co.. 25 Silk Waists Left Black and Colors, Good Styles, Come (Juick tor they will

'A' ': ir Laundry. in all classes, of furniture. Don't ; the leading Real Estate A ents of.take the not be here long at a Reduction of 25 per cent. '/
!I miss them. i. all the worry ott the shoulders
III/.. of chairs and I --- ---- owners; of property, manage the

,. chiii mat ,lltlrstonI }titer} coolers that do not renting of their houes and the col-
n
;; I lection of their rents as conscientiously

; (('s, Prices lire very waste ice, at the Willis as they would reasonable themselves, W. J. & B. FORBES. !

Hardware Co.'s. 1 Their charges are very I


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY APRIL 14, 1902I


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; 1 n' 4; AN OLD ADAGE- : Building Up a "j i t I IIusbantIy.nou fbold_ dear Kconomlri., this Is awful!


11..1 Last year we had accounts with two

d SAYS- NewspaperfOrlgi.J. firm:, and now we have with tea

I' I; 'f "A light purse is a heavy curse" -- Wife-P.ut doff you think It a good Start Girls Right !

4;_. t. 4.- Idea to dStribute: our obligations: over
; Sickness makes a light purse. .]
a wide field?- ,-?clklro Life. Many buutiful girt (xcomc invalid for !I.ft,
The LIVER is the scat of nine 01J Major Ion l'Olt:15 a rtni.irka- beuuic it the crucUl
of
period puberty
sty<
i My quiet uancry: gcntleiu.mly and
tenths of all disease.
Charcoal Cph'c Thought. pay m attention to the laws of hialtju Mgthtn

polished[ In LI.s; anni-rE.: I'-'ra and bred "Yrs, cal, Mlstah Jackion." said should theIr .
prottit dau4httrti health by "
in Louisiana he was a typical crookHe Charcoal Eph, ".\h'l1 rather eat mob them j'vInj

bad served in the Conftderate bacon lak kin dan be an' Mcttxry Information and propel
Pills army / a ? a king!
Tutt's trutnxnt 'hen the
I messes torn .
j w ith dibtinctinn. but w Len he lay down \ 'dulpe in chicken lak a dys]>,'ptic-'de unn aru In her
iiKjcptrKiwc she it
his: fcword he di.II''> with a j god: pracc.Vhen ,1 Ah would sah. slab tome ob do tote] + cither
,! frightened Into
if convuluoiu.
\ I knew him, he wa nl>outven- I IAA Daltlniore News.Rrallnm.. b or scared Into try

,1 ; y go to the root of the w'hole mat ty-fl\o years t( lIe; arid, though feeble, I / Ing t. cheii the flow. Many Sub line checked

, J'i 3fo fin ter, thoroughly, quickly safely manartt to hold himself erect lie lemoved I the flow and it hat never fUrud a|.m. Andu

'\ and restore the action of theLIVCR to the north not Ion; before this, a result they have grown pjlc-fuea', with!

i! 1. to normal condition.GKe when he was too old to adopt northern HERE'S A BABYIts "crow-tracki" on their dwelt, and dark "haif.mooiu .

eu toms. + under their
.- eye A slow .l
4 tone to the system and There came to town one Edgar) Linds- t ,

, 1 } 'voId! flesh to the body. loy, who settled himself to establish aII'WlIpl'r Mother is Well. S WINE CARDUI

111 called The Spy. His idea of Thu V '*': is healthy because during tilt

Take No Substitute.._._ l:,trio;: up a circulation was in rooting per:. : ut 1.1 it +iti m its iiinuiLT used the I taken every morning after a girl Ii twelve VMTI

J.. up skeietoiih: suiiiniM-d to exist in people's [opuUr and purely vegetable linicieut I oldwillbringthemensesonpr.pnl.ar

hip
closets iix'.efeii-
or selfr-ciing; some
; < } "J them regular It will! http her to di'
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f ry' I 'if full .lViiiin. silikirw>n for attack. Cabling aU.ut Mother's Friend *
I. > attractive womanhood and her fur duties ,
equip he of %> \ tnf ,
I ". fur a uctim, he lijrhti-d: on Major Du 5 4
A !"rii. ,. i 1':1: f-i-li 1I'la
'. ::1 .. Pout.1 lefts of culled Mtiler's Friend i.- oothin softening.rtl All druggists tell $1.00 bottles of U'IIK of *rdui.
II t cfiiifit '. < ." I', :i-rxt.'iii.! "',!;W to funny ar- a ;: ;:

sJ I 11 jcjtn at-1 M ', !1.i jiaxxi,_ KI-XX: :m tfrles was 1000Iun in the paper the rubJv't ,.sn,; hu'iiK-ut' a mn-,';': maker, JUMJur. ;- ,
tiir.iid, ;In -lI'ner. It pUb n'w jio\\ci The Uollyw<>oil. .Hhu1 Tart, yj.fr' i
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I ,; ,<>*:. T .. .! '"r i .-bt, I I.'r 1 1.1 is of which was un old man facetuuly intolhu j.uk.i mother. ,, I read your KlTertuetnrut m regard l<> mte..f ('tr ! .. called Cenernl I'u Bridge, m.ll1ll'snt..cumin<; I American and it o ruor..hly linprtxtl m. tL.t n my r.: .'
I 1. -1 I I li.lliivr.
mit. .
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n It is ;: t\teni.illy! only there! i 1
.ippl.ed ; Ii during the holidays I pun hsat t.1J Ill < t it f r my a I. ptnl .
.1 ''''x!11:11 ;"u. banili'il Ins: whose southern idiosj ucrasies v\ ert no ; held to ridicule I f.I for aome time, and when her twriods wcuM come on U, lUftrr
up r
i ; i i :ii I IM Mllil liifiki no inward: tre "tintct at all. ;
f .. thing terrible. 1 induced her t<> try it and Iht- tint dew I""rlafBse
the f In the nioruins of publication! cf the Thtatdeofthentotherdunnytwlatu.anus .: ht' toot ..
r -u 1.1"i.1 .it r ho! It rfgularlvai-r .r rg to th 1irectnn. .' .
'" ;" t.. et .1 li-'lit lir l ..t ankle a self constituted committee influence the disposition and fuuirt I II'i I e. t.. rellevtid. Toueeberownwunt."It.41..I1 Ifn." J \\ I 1-: .

'A I bt 11.'u'-V" sa.'I the df civil war veterans culled at Tb of the chiU; that is one reason whv mothers .I I For tdric*wd't.nt .... itt-rttt r". r a ... .t.'.. .
.< j n. Spy office to protest They found the i I'buulJ.atch their condition an,! IJ.1'al\JDtiJI' '' Tit \:&*::&& U.' 11' r ,.: .w.a.

health that of tin- child!
a01,11.1in. Her I
editor! llugeritiif a note from the major II
r'1 I l.ut fi'Hii Tu
"i 1f L. [,udtLrrlisrs, depend on kC\l.ury; tret I ".\HI what'It :111 about \\ .
demanding a pubhhhcd apology or Barr i
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1' from pain, nom and melancholy l>e c IIg..I 1 "I am lining; to call it 'Tin. i .L I.' u
', .-" : ". to Hu ,.ia?" i.-faction. The \'ct!! urged the editor'to cheer, (.trolly < f heart and pttl.cfulmintl. !I \Vwk.' don't ku "
1' I ye >w.
apologize but he refused '
pointblank .Mother's FricnJ can and sell "q '
r I "lUit then 1 don'tI'e '!1. u.J 11 1
anVK .
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j t I L'.d.. 'I I w I i.y >.iu did and they retired for conference. r.iike y-iu M), It ..trim down jiains' morn 1 (

I f Ill r''. corn ill uiii- Lindsley. thinking that he c
, will .. when capital by n sham duel with the niajor, all r hl. \,1'l loy t'iioii4crlul!: remedy i I Wobby, cf coarse y u doi'tThe iah iJ
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askt: d.
you 11
week itundir J.. .
", i ."' I" consented io mm him Intending that' Of Ilru--. ;it- at 5l 1. > ]n-r iKittk- i water, )'c I..now- .
Stul fur"ur I" ",1.. "notherhood" free.Ul :cribueC s.
.! 'dl.; I I n:4: ? 1 did not notice his M-cond, one of his employees, should 'I

!i-,, ,." ben that the \\'t'lIlltJliS't'rt.. loaded with BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., ATLANTA. CAI'ont l'ny-r..il-iii Krnr\r Klilit Away It takes keen common sense, r padded

I J ", ." replied the ujflivr, at blank cartridges. Meanwhile the vet- I tail 1kl:a e.'l'ttly mil lI.oo..lI.u.J cu.cAt .. to superior judgment and .'::t l: ., _. .
$ 4 r-t '
trans made their minds to the of ti 1llt i
up - be
iioa of his t tro experience, to superintendent aa
'' I 1.-M.i! cuar.
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I put nr. nuuu under leis coat at LIs ..
+ 1 .i. -iin ':" ne\t day to IJndsley and give him th hip and drew a revolver."I !cCIIOOI !.l'PPI.ns railroad Such al man never re- \e.\1 1'. .."rt fi.a -
"
I :.' lie happens to be myA'i choice betwt-en an aj-olopy and leavingthe ; ;:\l' coiue AH) miles," he said, "to C, \'. llionipvin's: 11 Snaib1'aUfoi. commendsanythlagthathehasnothimself __
town. That night I received a nott
,
t Uu'ht: this Burl! and am iii no mood to bedisappointed. : subjected to crucial test. .
from the major asking; me to meet Lint "
li G tlie next morning: in a large: fieldjul I re=idea the standard line* of sea. ,, A prominent railroad superintend ::- \)1 .

:I In the II".Inll \\ It.. outside the town. I took him aside explained the situation i tiotif-ry we have, in tint*. with euvelope' ent, living at Savannah, Ga., in !:",

I I' w.'ir io bi-<-i>all .-irt'II'S. and Upon my arrival on the ground I and Lt'>[;;cd him to accept of m}' to match : ,, which city he was born, says Le

I 0' th! ,. nutinsiii! ;:.trite are await- knew fur the I'.rst: time tin.jl.ct: ofmy scnicrs. lie coiiMT.ted, and I loaded i Rural Crystal Bond.Hurd's 1 I feels better than he ever did, and //

I, t t" strut tn-iuliliiiK tinoutcome the pistols with ball cartrid;.."vs. Llndslej. Holland Hond.Ladie / .
.
I ('ming 1u!>ttll'n'ry effort to piicii i' ;*' Art Stationery.Foreiirn he had the worst case of dyspepsia '
.
Ii i -t tN".1IlUlr.'w I'rti-J- I though pale as u ghost and tell:,-
fy the major ana fhanie Lindsley, but ling in limb Mail, Etc. on record. lie had no appetite, and // ,1 ')) '
I i I. ViworK < luli Mini the every stood his :ground .
without MK-CCJ-S. 1 begged l the majorto Arti-tIateri.lJ.. Oflirp with him /
Sup little he ate
the disagreed ,
.
.
I. till his strand
about
t :i.t.'- .\ Ii. :OpaldilU: at was to hand him
>ermit mo to take his but ; plies, )[emoranauUl I5ookEtc..
t place, saw him to vomit often. lIe '
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I 1 I :i'i r f the t.I Iwiirut oj]>- that IllCl'lt his weapon I when suddenly, uitbout All new and bright.PUBLICITY causing

f M' I .- "'ii''! ',. .m.i tincoin- aggrieved at the proposition. warning; le turned and tivd. The captain had pains in the head, breast and : s :)
Then I was let into the secret of hJjr-iFrJ
I. .
1 t .1- : n :"; '''s hale Iarl"I i with terrific; ire in his eye. followed - : stomach, but after ..iug.three burr "
the blank cartridges. This only added I I --- +
f> -. ,. rill ,1.! %'Ia mill hi suy .',vile!.; him .ring: as he ran, till he was tles of P. P. P. he felt like a new I '
to my, dilemma. I dared not tell my FOR ? 'r
t t'i i.n'i I ulii'-r! .1 M',i 'IM'UtitXJ : !;: out i>f siL'ht.: The pursuer, hU'ft'r.l'I'nt 8 man. He that he feels that he '
t
says
principal that the aft.ur uas a Miaui. i 1-.l@ Ir 1jI. ,
t on winging him. gut ia sis abut, could live forever if he could al : ;11
'included that: it mu>t JU im and would THE PEOPLE.Eer ays
I ( one of which hit Lir.dslcy! in the thigh! '
S ? + a'ya& rail His will be givenon -- "
LimHey to account for it afternurd get P. P. P. name --
and lamed hill for life. rfi'
Lindsley, who was the biggest application to Uppman Krotbers, the .,
I took ray two principals back to >' Word Ottt011 a Cent. ....... .... .
.
1',1 I t OMT Knew, Mill iinl'Uftl with tlu of this great reme@y. "::-. -
proprietors
.' loon on the outskirts we were met and Eserytierd N Head : ',
I II '
". i that! : hoWIIS laying; the foundation by the tch'ruly, who had Lear of By K\erjrtoJ: Dyspepsia in all its forma i* promptlyand .......-...
.ii R urn paper, wastry chipp<:r. i >
the affair an The principals: wire p1al.'I'I1Jack trluik i.:c.x..x: =........... .
to stop' it.Vhtn they ]learned of thensult. Debility and lack of energy give place to tin and amriitithe n t'
a I'd iuMructed to ad\ance Cvipurs
I they took father and son to 11Ui11Y '1'U LL'Itil,. use of P. P. P. Blood Poison and all its lm dental .i r'
then turn and Gee shot the
one .
I breakfast' and entertained them fco h ills are eradicated by P. P. P. Khcumatism is conqurrt-d IWr! '
'huts to IK thus continued till the rewilvtrs I' O\J-Y TO LO.\ --nn bouieaold turni-
royally that their anger: was sn turned J I also Catarrh and Malaria. I'. P. P. Is : '
,liir', were emptied. The major stepped to laughter. lure borst-s coand all kind of per by P. P. P., as are a purr a

mt with dignity: but with the intirmity ; property. Term I'a.yIlncI'H table compound, which has steadily grown in favor for year",
Lliidsley ue\er returned to the town. | swrrcy HQarantPfil.; Apply to A. A. l 15he! r,
1 of age Lindsley. UII-I'(-" by hiU"IM'llC'nt. i :*>.'4 South nlitfox. street.I SOLD BY ALL DHUOQIHTS.
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V. A.
MITX'UEL.buiciced : -- --- -
with whom! Le was Lack tc SJ\'JnnJhI.1.
I LIPPMAN BROTHERS rKor1Vi-Tr',1Vi-
---- I \IONKVTOLKNDoa: : 1nprov'dreales *.
I luck ;grinned from ear to car, lifting : In Cemetery. .H tate, inlar;eorsdiinll amounts at low

his leyery high and lowering them San Jose Cal. April Ii: .Arnold R I rates of later">t. fallen Leslie K. Brook
I i attorney at laa an', s. alafox bi., }1-he '
} k rJ.' "'Ii with his toes pointing to the ground, i ia in Marian who arrived here on Thursday i building. Sinlm
I
fjrcieal ':moor,. The fiat shots had tram New York committed suidile in' i WICKE CO.
i
been dclhen-d, of course without eIt'l'I.an,1 : ( Oak 11111 cetiiftf-ry near this place by i oSEI' TO-nA'i -Ho you nerd money
n l You can borrow any amount you want
the principals; were taking their shouting himself through the heaJ to-day on en-less term and lowr-st rates }

places for the second when the sound'' with n rerulrnr. He left a letter to I Iatfrom sayahrraobnnablronmprorrd Wiu. libber:, Xlil/j South: city 1'aU-real! Plumber Gas and Steam fitter

of a 'galloping; horse was heard and n the d-rontT stating that hlol had deposited '1 fox htr<-rt. In-tl ; ,

man reining up. threw LUn.-elf to thiground $25d at the St. James hotel to ,

i't.l climbed n fence and hurried toward defray his funeral expense. lie was I. Invest YOU mODt'.ln-are WANT: TO BORROW your MONEY" No. South Palafox Street.
property procureabstracts -
>:.' 1'I... riivtnii : \\ us. al JUt 3'i jtats of age and lx>re evldt l' of title, buy or tell real es All Kludd o. Piainbmjr; and Oat KuuurfMatm,i' Keii 'I. H..J

'"'- -,r -'.11'! '.. '''IIt'uranJ } ou roan ra icair: said the maJoI r. acts of eultuie and refiueuiectShot ratarrntproprrtyotanydrcrptionhayrrntscollreted or your later attended e rcr1YS"N/tNFg: e'Jfi ..a1ra!! 't.l IIA
to
ill 'I I Vr: ,..',1! u,: ix :in oh "]loss did jou know of this Your call on or address Tho,. c. .Vat-on A Co.
.. tnoiher has informed Gcntlemen.I..rmit steal h sate and Insurance agnate Fenea-
II\ '- you. ,
| x 's. .nni shirt r ,,
cola, Kla.
in His Left Charges: moderate. To
t t... W.ix | 'n| :1..1'1' ; 1-llU ?f tI'rrt.z lt* me to pr-!'.>nt my con, Captain Leg. who buys a lot from ns we will lend everyone money

.1 ol '.t.-nii x> ,|i'KS" liii I>u Pont of the United States army" For. all kiud. of .ore-, barn*. with which to build a bouse. oj.!! NfW[ ORIfANS
.
hnn (-". or other woundx DcWitt'sWitch
; Hazel] S.ilvft i i-i a #uieture.kin I'l-h MfllVnilKMl.
M t '...,. ;, |It. ....."jjO'." :"i-i.:I" said the turn a handsome fel"W I- ill"'l'a-p" ? .
yield to it at one '. - -
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IU: xll 11'1'( ( :., x if till, of thirty, "and I am dellghud: to Never fail in car* of pile*. L'ool-I l 1rA1'tU-Eiprnrnrrdhh| m ai (!
,. :nc arrivid in the nick of time." 1 1 oT--r good Imlucenienti..\', o UKIMliYIAS. G [
<' ,:>>IK hart lul.i lni > invanJ (,assn,. N-me >genuine but Yackfug'olorpnsl'hr1.n.Teta,

i wit it from (li-strui-. ;< :ng to his father, he embrr.cedhr.ii. eWitt's.> Ie\vire: of counterfeit?. i m _

x "Mr: ruttha.iiift with emotion. Then, turning to "Ixiiilered fur many years from a ,
the be said .ore caused eauhut )1.11.1 ; IIla.1" \1tN'I'1i ).
party : by a wound in
">M'|,all lIIall: ---- --- McHUGH. Proi!,
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,.I I l'o..'n' anVr "\uw, !:('Utll'Ul'll.c.t\ proceed with in tny l..fll(1;." -ayA.. ro:. Fuller. | MCiAULK-<>ItWASY''U'f) .E -

this! : :d '.iir. 1 EUjtii..h.: Ind. "It would not heal \J ricnitunnecessary goad |>aman' -
I S U'll reiiresent My father
i : IS u..It: Company. NallOli J.. Sra1 sluunwa
and gave much trouble. I ti-sed all < na. ..', 11\11\1.:
-. ',, i w ho. though tie is us! brace ns ever, has 0 +
kind of
rnr."die to no until '
)purpo-e) -
not the eyesight; for a mark"iran." I tried DeWitt's 1 < '-- ,\ !'t1'1(1\1.1\'
Witch HazelSalve. \\7AXTEi \ good OOIlCII'" w pay
I in Pun i I.* 11..1.,1'. Tin1 major vainly endeavored to re- .\ few boxes completelyinr. I > > noort coiniiilssion to nut; 1 lan; the defense of his own h lie .. ." | drrssHcarrthlaualre. n. tf I
,; ': i I I I'IHIII. lwr. dni- Hargilj.arnucy.; Joiiiiiiuid Hiyh-Graile Grocenln.li '

.r .'(,,rtl.v t had dominated his sun d r manx \iir- >". Sidney Kalm.rynyr..ili.nrn \\-\\TtII-Mm to l..am tan.. : trail
but now tlnir relnti\e ; months r"iU.- i. Kl -
.
strength v.reversed. : ._
_? _.'
:
.0 I n 1Ilnc'r lonal
for tl' .
opportunity thirty i' 1111) 1"ur >1\ ..
The Stop* I InTi< J.lInIUI \\ hub <%'lt al.! Irma
1. ,0', joimg man put the oM:' ? ..bIIUCt'. hUiard.; tools dip nni.i aid w
/Iltt. !'n'nt. er aside resfectfu'ix.! but ":nosy"The ,) a-1..J Wry. atihJnO.Y. : :..,C ill c..*.1.n4.. ii'iMtloiis given. Can earn ..">. 'io. if -irxl. N'rnr tOil.iy. Molfr C'ollN> w
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-- !Kl' III.
gentlementhe .
weapons
.h or-nn! La.
.1 ::J ffory weapons ) al If11'.1I'al

: is ,i.ked the :" said Captain Ilu I' n1[ iupatieutly. < DM ft I 111

'f .1"I1"-m. from Then, picking up (lIlt" ui tl.e! rtolrers ,- :> "-mill ..i.-.

\' he pointed it at tit! trunk of .- .
I! iipiuni'Ut Biliousness (Oll.nll. Wrak Men ; our Improvedac- Phon 105. Prnwola.ru.
.I .Ilod 11w Ito h est a tree and pulled the trUs;er. There 1'iAfiopT n r: iite.-i cnrap.h.etouearth -

i was no sign of I bullet holiIK for actual w.aknri-tor'-
: t.11 t in my tutud th ct a firedagain. ure, IO .varicocele.., enlargBrunk-"

--v. .'f IUd only rtek.sir ails there was i.u scratch.Emptying 4> lure used iurialuaMc C\S'A. organs.' lnrtit-ular il'l\lpd. Tb- World. TIME TABLE.

;i u ,*."- )hlo( :Ute Jour, all the barrels! he tLre hr Ie..1" i J fi.ittujxrfeit.. l''uoI1; 't do luret-o...IIt'n\.r.lol. aJoaasa ..
down the K- .it 'a. 1 horse jseil then fur some tllne -- --- LOUISVILLE
I wciipun."Gentlemen f r asst I, 'new and am nw comp foil .*-..t. l.l ;. AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD

,. 1" it It.t'li I..n,: .. ," he said 1:1 no uurirtaintufs. y in< Ki o.cndllem toeverynrow rn L"R; H \ ..- IN: KKJ-KCT: .l. Mlt: I I': i I.. .
"tlu-M' u w n 'Ter b 1<1t1. ut them 1.1d..lrabl.*- pirt of proper-i
pistoN are u t ;in..d.J m
,
c- i- rare having a gn.I .'d tie taauyLbw. A. :ilAHi Aibany, \. YP'e P try laces lot and sit-room hour on I ...-- .-
with Lail cartridgi! >." Cbs', strpft. Ka: .v [.run.. ".T further m- New Orlan9 rind Mobile

nowaday* over that __.Vll 11..1| irre.iuti-. (',11.; '.- :. Lu CANOvCATwaRTIC b'rmntinnapplyat Moloney.SotWestl'tia! SfcWi olMi.- "
-<> much spoken of street. JlTtl j jI \01\; \O.I. I So !. I .
:
X01 !lin I !JI 1 0
r. 1\ ..ni". UK ALK-Tte mail 7.1b a 13ai: m 11:0) P Lrav I''n'"rola. Arrive ,.. ..
1"utl. in ('I'ni I desirable lot. In ; I 6 a 4 .
1 :n a ti IIW I _. y
A SEVERE p : a v. .
COLD FOR th "
THREE bmrtuu
MONTHS city on easy terms. by tbe "l'b"r Iran I t,CI. .. .
i w : hf' ill-health of f.- 11:1'1 p \
n ,
r KH&I Estate \ : 4:33n: 3:56 a 1.\ .. 11ubirLrav.
..
I I \.bta.urCf'tlfhihlir. The following letter tro1.1.u.baumofFatessilleind.tellzi. J. .tri..*t. g..ncyH Hojtn falafoi".1'11 ...- :7p I 7:110 II ]..suer.w. I.rl..n" ...... I li.f' '6't i. I II c
r h _, __ .L .. rat 1 "; 1
I .1\ ijtrapln-rr. but nut -.> \ it- Iraa
: North.
I I uoatrn, wh', by ..err own -t.,ry. "I ,.uIHred[ for thr-e: tlAOrrrae awealo .-. .... _....--o) _.. ..

I' ,j&rt<,: rJ..I the law i offlawed month\ with a ere cold. A ilruir-\ ,' \\T. :sTED- kInds ot empty beer ';o.t. ';0. I. ---- -

l I I \ luto a iDiuiirii'.i f get prepared: me some m'-dlciur. and ____u n_bOttlel.___ _. ___U.AKBIIDMA____.__,DCTttfexclusively __ I l1lA'ipm 13.tpm I Ll'a.I' 1''n'"N.la Arr,." .1 'f,1., pm 'eau'"
f I : NI invali ti-ui. a phyici in pre-cribed fur n;.-. rest I I'lt'1I'lt1- 11:510 45am; 4.57pm ArrI" Sln.. (". I..n I.."". I 1 .am C 10"
I :: u.inifii tiwPl is to be r e- did not improve. I then tried "F.Iry' .l- '.nt. Palatabl.! Potent. 1aae Good no j IS am i.J" pm s ArrivY 11111'11,1011. I. a'a at e. II rn
;
O. pm s.ei:
: J a m Arne
k er ?r Mleu u'ate0ur ''
mi. <>f the ilivisli]. work < Honey and Tar and ei.'ht doe* Gripe Pi. 2r iuc. :\ "; COMB BROWN: LEjiffR\y :::}lam ,:tram ...rrv.. 1."U1'\II.Sa.uu.: Lear. ,I .
.
CURE I..a' .
CONSTIPATION. .
t ... stock and s
I' ,edun thfni. 411 1 a free but I'urpd HIP." Hcfiiie-ub-titutHi. .. EK I..rt' I.
Mad, fuN.r. raaa.qlatn.l. s.. T.rt. 311.NO.TO irar nrd"raatlt'Ih I* Har4aAr .ro'. r,-tt Islpm, asr ; r + IIID
J At B** of *lreiiKtli
M I' P. I1. rrickly .\.1 f.. -tr.-i't. 'SIC Sr K.iU 4 and w tl K'unntccd:Kt Totacco tT a Uabi;.drug t' ._ i -IA--I jti5->-<-'!?...*.. .. PEN8ACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.

I Af RUde and l> tf'''uin tli.redt- Hy.I HARAH BEIK> E-M nQractarr

bl Hid punflcr and uivi 'lr.1t .'r in crow .*ic lour Kldnryi M and dealer in Hair fronds, Hato Toilet So, :a-Dally :-to. B-l.Jally I \stop -ht'rl tlm. nut .ho.... ,o. 3-holy ::0.0 rJ-l. '
!
.>. bull Jr "f Or II, I ArticlesHeOaetc.,8'1 W Uoveromect -.. -
rap.'rha a up w- -i "'W' t L' s-j-n. UM pm 7:0: : 1 a m Lrare
olehre Asa ae.< i. ,.. .l ,t .... or > V LODGE DIRECTORYKNIGHTS [ Itr..t.FI"'t'r. IU P"n'"I'olll .Aran Ia.SI p. D'/
u. briu,(iuir back lo )) d
Hal budy. and r.lor to tJ.-t < : ,r >k*. ......... -- ............. -I..r I-'UIHTI..... >.. It::;) 714 rnll'II"I. ,.. IJa": a I
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CANDY CAr71A1711C I v ---- I II It :?:' j 1>4" ........ .. ..
'4 '.....rl", the "I'l'rlll"; -, :rind t '1-" re I L Lr/A'EH.( FOR "T'ER.\L.1 f:1rnun U 'i" 1 .. .. .I.mbla:: ... .. 10.. I '.1
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Slulrt .. ....
l promptly In bouquets .. .. 10 06
ortprclal .. :
j new e ; ,I., tier thit t tu-.tlt'iy! Tit.itityl OF PYTHIAS. Miss Vlolette Moreno, 838:! West designs 12 7'r'+ .. m. Hop .. .. IOSI" t s
I Iat. I I' I'. V. cure* All!! bU'd dir ..- Db"n. R 4. Uregory 7+d J mCU' : 151 12\01": 1 '15" ......, ..baClty: .. .. seal M '

I j .r... -Ui'!: ..< 1it'lIlII.'tI! +lll. fyp.ill- 1'l'nllacola Lodge, No. S. K. of P, I:$) am j,:..".. .". "" ... Milton }4p M IniA ,
Ilk. FI..O\V Ia( i .. .. UQf)(( R.1i(. .. 10
i- (lout :orrif.iii.Jiul ill uli'eMU ..11DARt. meet every Monday : 9 li" .. ... units .. .. .. .
4 tTti";,-. I tI !! variqui-'ili!! :: ti.at .... ing at -/r! at Castle 'Hulh 'D all CUT FLOWEK.1 and Moral Lt'slgna_ !;:!I' -". 0 .tJ" .... ........ hII1R..Q ...._ A t':tt.. 1 1 11

f It!..Lshi" 'r' ;.. lI.r..r III all. I>y:jiepu. 1 Genuine stamped C. C C Sever sod: !n bBeware \ la the Blount -. Wktio Miss Vlolette>clall1t'llgnl Moreao order", X& West for easterners, !'' e'1{, II 8 y'8 M:? n.. .. .... Crr,+turw ...... vas .,

ij t .\ ., ,litu;i-ii* ell it.Foley's of the dialer: who tries to sell Kailding..Itmng brethren third Qoor.s'I Dordl/ all-- I 1 phone IS. bregory.!''odlm j jI B. '3" 4:10 _.... .11 MOay err Laod 11..1,...,,_.. .". a a>f6 a. .". .r .'a_

M ( "somethmy: Lust is1od." welcomed. I I 1 U3" 8: ) n _DeFnnlakSprlega. "114" r.e
1 ;i : >4" :" u .
N.CAYPBL L Summer Law School. '" Arg71 7 It. 1'1'
Honey Tar ..
and 1:101' ..
45T
Elegant china H.lI0R9LtR.: C.t .....ponce d. LeoI1.: tar I s '
closets "
tvrehllJren.&fe.sure. Ab K.R.48.Buy 5yn IIO I 'I _, .. ..14'11.111'{ 1,11" '.6"
op/at ..
UNIVERSITY
e' I OF VIRGINIA. I 5;' J" B 15 .. ..... ..
sideboards and leather.seat .. l'arJ1'llie ....... 7.1t II I u
n __-___ in1'Irglnl.moeatalns. Sid Hummer. July 183",, .. 1011 .. .......... l I\QQlfay_ ... S.L I I tr
I CA.8orORXA. chairs at Marstonnfcifla's 1 to September 1. \:*<:*. By the Law t.acalty.1! ft. 10:11 ... .. lblple, .. In" I .
Dan? I A"t k :; lit Fld t a3tS aJiI $ a new garden Tao Se'I Helpful to beginners: candidates for the' 1,01)4:21: II It' 1lpQ .. _. COltoodale .. 1.11 h I 111 160:1
Low prices bar; and to practitioners who hue lacked: II; ..rarlanna A .11 I. 'I "
t" ; easy ,from the Willis Hardware systematic instruction. For catalogue, : 7a0 1I:: .". C7pr.u i bas ', II t. o
I ; dress 7'4-} I1Sr N ...Uraod ,. ,
lUda.- l.a"
1t .payments. .. 1.
; Company.\ -- I I B. C. M50B, ycrtt r;, Ckirlgtttnllle f 11:1-1 SU 7)1; It Uu"1: o5 noon Arrl"R1nr"l1" --. .-. n"ad.gUQa. _...Ltl"._ I 1:1"IJ j t 1u.I ."I '



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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, APRIL 14, 1902.MINUAL 4,

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REPORT OFCOMPTROLLER ILLINOIS CENTRAL Nasal Mr. Krugtr3 Where Krager new abode Lire*.Is called WHY COUGH 't

I CATARRH 7a Oranjelust It Is separated from the .
Dr. Bull's Cough cures Coughor
o I highroad by an iron trellis, and it Syrup l
,
Cold at once. Conquers Croup
TRAINJSWREGKEDDashes la &lIlts tiee tier stands in a small garden: planted with
should be cleanliness.Ely's NAT fyEg I I Whooping-Cough and Meaole-Co'i ri ,
yie bushes and with a piece of rockwork without fail. All mothers proine it. # .,

GROOM Into Switch Cream Balm CFk f'1cleanseefonthcsandheal In the center. All around tulips hate Doctors prescribe it for BronchitK:

EngineIn < !! been planted In such a way that their Hoarseness, Grippe, Pneumonia ana
the! d.. ed 5owx
:*> : S
men rwe.
Yards at ltcnreacataehanddrireeap blooms will reproduce the "Vierkleur" Consumption. Quick, sure results.Rffns 't
Memphis.ONE '
the deal enh*ntute.
r rice ctuts <
ay a void la the heal or Transvaal flag; Just under Oom 25

i i': '' Cri im. has now been sub- quitk'y.: i, Paul's window.
KILED AND SEVERAL HURT Cream Balm is phccd l Into the nostrt's! spreads Dr.BulIsCOUGH
i I I
t a pi.t s.>ntati! I over the membrane! and is a'usorbel He.lef u immediate i 1I healthy Trnmp
i i i..lr I IC j'.Mtfi. s Governor Jcnniigs in the and a cure follows.! It is! cot drying: : -doei 1 I Professor John J. SIcCook of Trinity I

I. 'II Ui. t'-1 i!"wmi; ..fiat! from his letter ac- Passenger Engine Two Baggage Car rot produce entsi.Eg.: : Large Sue,50 cents at Druggists I college, who like Josiah Flynt, Is an SYRUP

tt cwlpt of tin- report.f : and Second Class Coach Were D.- : or by mail!; Trial: Size,10 cents by msu expert on the ways and habits of Always cures when others fail.
ELY lI has called attention to Dr.bull FsJI cureConsitcation.TOBACCO 10 pills.. ..
tramps, lately
.hl .ltkoa your r ?|mrt and rcrommendatior railed-Accident Was Due to Misunderstanding i
the interesting fact that the health of SPTT
I II .i Met the tax rate from three (3) mills, as on Part of Engineer. Fox' '''It. i r DON'T
the average: hobo Is better than that of and SMOKETon
i .', tu>iibtf a baIt t2( Vi>mills, and you are here- The following Is one of the many i the average: citizen of conventional re- \'ourLlfu"ayl ,
Memphis, April 12.-At 7OS: o'clock stories told about Charles James Fox '
"I'i' n.inwemi! to dirt'et the tax assessors to I spt-ctabllity and that he lives to a can be cured of any form of tobacco unceasily. < 1''
this morning the northbound New Orleans the Enelish: statesman and orator: : loft made well!, strung, niiKnr'c.. full>>( .
.i.-!lal.ta/ I i.'tyi mill tax m the real ai.d personal greater ae In spite of his irregular new life and vigor t limited train No. 2. on the Illinois Mr. Hare, envoy to the court of It>- that makes weak :
/I.C- r. ni itmmlMi for the A. I). ltf'2':!, to be habits and not infrequent hardships. men !TO"K.lany gain I.
year
Central, due hwe at 6:38 a. m.. land occupied rooms in the statesman's"diggings. lea pounds in ten Uavs. over &OOOOOcured.
,
r i' iimnt tt jnndltuw8 uf the Mate and for ran into a switch engine in the Illinois ;: ." He was a !great personal let and. AlldniKpsts.aJrue ..REE: ( Address sTKRtlMiItEMtDV "' .: li.x
II V' 'e'nd it I deht' I Central yards. friend and indeed a man of very sim- 1 :: CO. .hu.agoor New \\ Ik. 4J7
Good For Rheumatism.
,'IVt' tri'iu the rt'llUrt11I, at least, serve to The passenger engine, two baggage ilar tastes. They were each the objects -
You will have
!, Last fall I was: taken with a very pride in you own
of continual the
mail and inquiry on partof
cars, second class coach
!' d.i'l! flower if
: < tiitiattcr.; gardens they are on your t
were d6raHed. Fireman William! Good- tradesmen and others. One ,day I severe attack of muscular rheumatism ownground. Your husband can buy ; ,, '.

loe, a negro was killed; Engineer Fox, looking out of the upper window, i which caused me great pain a home, and he can do it now, although !r .
.1 I t ii 1 n t'I' nd! from which all al'NJrul'riatioLS ''and .
descried two men watching! the house After otherwise.Every .
Charles J. Da nett. badly injured about annoyance. trying sevleral he may think ..
i "i v 'v -,iii-U
\ ; ,l' 'h! I liiiiance! to the treasury: to the ac- Pick of Cairo IlL sustained shouted 'Tray gentlemen, will you tell i cures I decided to ue Chamber.lain' I own, and if she will have a talk with ,
,
a Fox hunting Hare hunting -i ? Pain Balm, which I had seen Thus. C. Watson & Co. the
!. toe last me, are you / ;
'tal i in 1" by comiJtmlWr's re fracture of the skull and severe adverti-ei in the Snnth .If fftHina.
today?" leading Real Estate: Agents, theycan I'
; :, : bruises and an unknown man, supposed : After two applications:' of this Ueine.dy -
show her how it ii to
al-I The bailiffs wire so tickled that they ea-y get
: > to be a tramp, lost a hand and I was much better, :and afterusing one. .

.u ..'L, ? ?. it MM fllf,1b2.12.I :!. one of his eyes. went.. away.---- --- I ; one bottle wa completely I
The : cured.SAILIE HARRISaleat", N Educate': Tour ItoweU \\IIh C.rrrU.
.I it "t. ui property for the year l!, ii will e'I. -- accident was due to the fact Cures Cancer, Blood Poison Eating J." For ale by all druggists and Candy Cathartic, cure constipation fomcr t 1
that the passenger train was half an Sores Ulcers Costs Nothing to Try. medicine dealer lOc?5c. IfCCC bII.JrUilISLSrc-fultwOD"-.f,
,
-I $'''"? Isa!"/. and this in the face t.f the L r
hour late and the engmctr of the I, t''
i I' i I'', ';i'' 'tv that t\'aa suuemeA ou the rolls of, Blood poison and deadly cancer .
switch engine thought it had
already '
4 > ..; In dl! t ffrtificatps>8, has been ehmi are the worst and mot deepseatedblood I
I passed. F..c. BKhST. WlLII K"OWLY.tW.: K. H\hU: JK., J. K. Khr.HKVicerrtsideat. 1
i 1'11I1. diseases on earth yet the 1'residrnt.! Caabirr As,'t C.>ble

I ." tax i* in rt-aiiins.. as also that from ACCIDENT ON CENTRALDixie easiest to cure when Botanic Blood !1
I Balm is used. If have bloo :
? .i'. nti.il "'., efficient management ct you
."t-if Flyer Collides With Freight poison producing;: ulcer, bone pains, First National Bank I ,

Cars at Griffin. pimples, mucuous! patches falling: :
'j, MI-" to- 11I-iBthat I I in all prohaWin.m !- hair itching *skin scrofula, old rheumatism I
I I Griffin Ga.
April 12.-The Dixie
( ?hi. I li ,, \ of iMi2 will I* greater or offensive form of cs: t irrh
Flyer ran into an open switch in the scaDs and scale;,deadly cancer, eating I I !
ward making the or PENSACOLA. j'
I .i.ni < up '
Central yards at this place last nightat bleeding festering 'sores swellings -
-i ha i I.. ". .-B January 1st, 19"1, 7 o'clock and collided with several lump, persistent wart or !sore .J I t'

freight! oars which were standing on take Botanic Blood Balm < LL IJ. B. I DIILECTOIIL: : : .

t 1.I. Ut. taxed to satisfy the siJttrack. None of the i>ass*>npers It will cure even the wort; case; after WM. H. SNOWLES, W. A. BLODN'T. F. C. BRENT K IIYEK.J* I
everything eNe fail,. 15. IJ. B. drain .
., '.1. II, i :unties (occurring in were injured saving: a few the poi-ou i out of the system and the D. (J. BRENT, .


: hfJ'' fe! mate han bt-en i paid.I' l.i l. scratches and shaken but all up.were badly frightened I the blood blood, then pure every and ore rich heal4 and, making building km ail mnU &&x i & Edi! :

Kngmeer John Ramsey, vms badly ; up the broken-down body Botanic tn wu m ;
vi'ini i 1".1 i t '1' $$22.731 OL account scalded on the right arm and bruisedon : I Blood Balm ( B. B. I!.; thoroughly ,

""I, I 'liikiHiti.i'"' Ii id been satib ed. the right Uiish.: tested for 30 years. Drugstores !

.n i,,I""ltl'la'". u- a. fxovss of former years Fireman I $1 per large bottle. Trial .
| | Jim Green received a severe : m-We draw oar own Bills of Eichange;: on Gnat Britain lraland
free Blood
treatment
: by writing
,," Hiitiiiual itj'dx'! nave flew met The sprain In the left arm and several Balm Co., Atlanta, ia, Describe Germany, France, Austria, Italy, Holland, pain Belgium, liuasls, Ant !

I I' \ -. "*ton I it <,,.' .!ti$6.46 have bet'n paid, bad bruises on his bOdy as be trouble and free medical advice way, : Sweden, Denmark and other European conctrlf !

4 .',11-I 'Ii.fln; t'linn.', .I, by reason of Increased jumped from the engine and rolled" ) given until cured. B. B. B. does not I II
down a steep embankmentIt contain mineral potions or mercuryas a 'Vessels Disbarred upon ho MOB Favorable Terms, "nd thai r
'" i .4 I' IM m !H.I Yet Wt' find the balanceiiKidl is not !known how the accident" ( so many ad verti-;)d remedies do j, I Obligations Taken Payable at Port of Destination Ten or Fifteen Dart i

r,-. nil Lund reduced to no vtryi but is i composed of Pure Botanic In- after Vessel Arrives there. ,
happen, l IH.t it Is believed that someone
t. t gredients. Over HIM( testimonials" of 1 'I'
tampered with the switch. cure by taking Botanic Blood Balm Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent in Connection I
'.. ,
I, 0 i- .iii|> t thi -tate bearing 7 ir c nt. I' I
(H. IL B. with which we have a Private Apartment for thoU*
.
'11" i -.f tjj; ;" have beet refnuJed int Collision on Seaboard.
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In 'h.offs I t..I. 1 in. .1! per cent intfiett, reds Cherawasie S. C.. April 12.-Frrjght A storm T7fit Griped felrner ofRenterl. .

t"' :' '"> i H, 'I 11,', iM account on the bonds trains Xofa. 22 and 52 on the SeaboardAir European scientific Journals remark I -- s
that the great storm of red dust that
Line north from Columbia, had a

4I rear end ciJlision on a very heavygrade FWt.pt11' from Africa OUT Europe: iu WE WILL FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE !
.
'. .' IIf -; : .refninletl next January near MtlSee.:! miles from lure. March of last year i*formed a service

: i j ft'' 1 1 iii a total saving cf over for which men Train No. 2% Writ Inlay for ban I t.
came rushing down hill cnr
coloring' the glaciers of the 'riw Huiiii* K iftmtiM .itn. k'i, .
1 1* i 11.! \I..IMII' n'1hor grateful by 1\1.! r Ira
at a high rate of speed and crashed alulKHwlial 1..ItI..lI f.. S ,
,I r. .MI tor the insane have been into No. 52, which had stopped to fix Alps on a fraud wait mid thus producing y IinuDifl we i li i M.. L 4purr i
cur:-"'1'I t l. i
:- "I. 'i.niuh th* Inmates have inc .1 pin which had dropped from one red a stratum hue of which In !then will.t render ice $renmthe it recOfrnualile (,r i>awl i. ?r' a i 1.. >,i'. -n.:: :. .. r IM.nw1P" j

.t {t flout any curtailment of ji the cars. Train: No :22:: was a total + rli; v'f ti .11. r'uinl ., tt
for many years. 'Ihe impor r.m MKi
11,111., lIullatN. wreck and on fire and its conductor tance of this consists! in the fact thai // Illlrtt:; r! .I' :.1,1' '::.v7t1e :; Eg f t .
... ..re.//f. .. ,
bruised. !
tsar I howl ifc R3
N
I'll tax hook! tiara| which l'y noting the position of the dust stained ,fJ wr .:VI' II iO.1.1...... Illnnrr ".l i II I V9 r
.;.,..a 1..,. t r.o.., I. K "
-.,' I' itiiHtttes will save a PnnlljArm. JaytT the moements the glacierscan laydtr.e: i.t, ; .i\ ;; '. I .fa'" '

) nt \\ hi..b was chargeable I "I hope rOil will! not say anythingyou ; l Ie studied wore accurately( than ., I.... my m.r, >. r. .aed W.P.R"TItT..an t twt I' wl'ilt. L'p: ."n I.' ..'I""I ,...I.. I n'. ,I."' 11 ''n) i
would lie. without the aid of so; : I. a .L. W t'Inei.I p .
",'n' i rood, and the general tt ill) be sorry fur." possible M.e n.I' H.-.IW f.'rka, Lt ;,: ;,.w, /I.__: t t.i, .' )1 /
"I can: -"1ir that I will not." extensive and distinct a marking. K I' .' I t. Muv.il ItKttimin'tv H r .
n (
yu !
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t unnt ( insistent with -- -- -- f 'd rcrrir; ( 10-0" M!, a fmilwll wr' a w .. I."', '
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"You will endc.itor; to I" i t I '- 1"! N" W.'tl "I i \ tncta" '
express jourwlf '
Try Chamberlain''tomach: & ,. /
eive \\ W fl ,
fl.II.I11011 us every i ipr rn'ilt In t1! is a IT j : '
In moderate lanKuajreV"; Liver Tablet, the be-t phy-ic. For In. f.. ip.. I.w" Of" ,. a..I to"; ll e ,.,,4. ."f'' V t tj uA
i MI I'viiuonlinary appropri- nand": Mr. AuM' IlljCaL\6t.ea, y lfuw .ltl U,,.'i i., jLi&X f e
Not ut all. I shall simply refuse to alA by all druggi-ts i and medicine

i ;) run gars from July be fol.rJ'3'-" Washington Mar.Menl dealers.Do" SALVONA SOAP CO.. Cor. 12th 5 Pine Sts.. ST. LOUIS. MO. ;!

1 i. '..ii.'inii that there will I ---- -
you want a masrmtlcent: watch
i f. "1' i !pii"vioub years, as )' Ik Itrmlixlrr.P. for little money? If -o, call on -I

v < '"i; .11 "ii tit December 31, I rcin (time 11 p. nu-I'mory .il>- Stephens, the jeweler He will accommodate .
w-ntmimlt. don't you know. I'm always -
I fdrgi'ttin; onifthinz. you. THE GARDEN SECTIONo t

.xii i non; fan and fund for I
Mss Cutting; (suppressing a jawnt-
t
'. IKIM 'i "I' i I., a:11t: am all satisfactory. Yes 1'\'(. iiitticiil that you even forget; There's lots of money to be made o'-
In real ttte-Itlt: of it. A real estate
.. .,. the Increase Low to tell time the clock.- '
.1! tt iiiit.t hy large by ChuagoNews. ,
I sign is u-ually :a finiTer-board to Fensaoola Florida. 'I
,i. |I"ti I '* '. ti winfor the past wealth. Thos. C. Watson & ,

I Co. the leading Heal E-tate nrm. --- --- ,
.1. fast of t:1"" IHT year, but are now 'i
Ix ivc LKMKXT: \VE\IHKK: the man have some ouVrs which it would
,0 i .1 i ,i $1 r..M>.lr' per year Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.
I who expose| him-df l bill i fur a severe be worth your while consider.. Go i 1

i iii i I. '!nl"!! nl ,III give still fur- cold in the head; al d uuallypt and see them to-day and don't wait ,: E

t .it.' i .'i.i' -h."std rank among the it. And the cold neglected or till to-morrow. i!
I improperly treated become* naal; Beautiful Lots for Sale. I
.
I' u 'i t'i-, "-l.tm-ss; uf bunhr.s ;
catarrh a dip.1.e a-ob-tinate a* it
Rubber hose all sizes at
'I i-ioilon.ive. Don't waste time with \I 40x137% feet at from $75 to $200 each accord- I :
Hf.e.pta and Disbursements.itn "medicine-," that dry and irritate the Willis Hardware Co.'s. i ,

'. "i'i t ,I.. December Histt tOOl."ecelptl. I the membrane, hut cure yourself ing to location and surroundings. :
-peedily with Ely's Cream Kiiin, O.ABTO-n.-x'A.: : .
I'' the recognizedpecific" for catarrh. Beare the Ite K n1 Y 1 Hai' A '" iBc zJi

,I.. iii ir'' i-ui 1 II c.1: Price 50 cent*. Sold( by drnsgi-t.. BgnatareS! If ; Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View, ) :,

e i. per\ . i 37: (. .:;:,9.4fi: I and bv Ely Brotherdl Warren t High, Dry Fertile Lands ,!
street, New York.
.IS 13,4 :'., H -- l '1

',1" ? ', ,1 t !sT1 :..!.!I.j\;2 I I I Know One cure lUMiit'ily S Sa\re f The grandest opportunity for investment ever ;j

\. .j..1! tO' 3k 71i I far IIU ob.Uuate! c"ul. Iu came rd P\1iy-llalam \ JllUUlJ\ yourffuriti- offered in Pensacola.

.t.jSI.IiH! (hiina's ---- -
IV lure at Marston $ Home
Seekers Should
tl. .tiitlli71t.t :: ........................... Great Furniture Empo- -q- See These Lots I

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411,3113IIti lI rium. -- -- --- LSTC1ubbs
HAT112P = The finest liu1 of umbrpll s in the .i
=
:-M!1.7:4'ifi; I I''
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city i is at J. I. Stephens'. (Jo look 1
., 1..'.':t7 "" at them.GOVEUXWS. _Corner Garden nnd Alcaniz Streets._ ,

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THE NEW GROCERY STORE.WILL -
i I HLAND, N. 1'. .
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$1.4'''. ''' "
I'.itt.--
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D,alwvxementa. po-aN, in triplicate for furnishing; -=---,)

.s'::;t.NY; .' Fuel required in Dept. of the Ea-t.
during n-c-il year ending! June 30,
'4V. al,3f'o; HIt! {, will be received here and at MOVER ,
*
ti.; s;11 nt .s posts and stations indicated in in- I

:.Mil' .",i.4".i: I. s-tructious i-sufd hereunder, until Keeps a Complete, First-Class, Up-to-Date Stock
1" H'
5 If could only see the 5 12: Ill, April 1'. IJH'2.: L S. reserves
.r.: !II': .: you I
to. right to reject or accept any or all | of Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries.

.,,\1! .M.Si": "."" 2 beautiful Biscuits. Cakes : proposals. or any part thereof. Information .i

:,,:'":.' "" I furni-lied ou application.! a
30 W.
N\
). Government St.
i Envelopes containing proposals will Salisbury Block.

. M I.i:111: Is : S and Muffins it makes you 5 I be endorsed "Proposals for Fuel at TKI.KIMIO.NK: : :a:U7.ESTABLISHED I i

,. :.Jai! II. 5 1-." JOHN SIMPsON: A. Q.M. ,

v .I* 71-1.177.4".'. 10"' : would know it was :. ; (i.I Iimlt&1112t3: \ I II
,
I --- : 1803.
I I NOTICE I ii hereby uivt-n that! on Monday I J
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r -..n J."I '-' $ ':II: :. ; 7'; April'*. l':.r" .1 p Hi apply to the HOD. \M- -- -
: : BUFFALO 5 clousJ.Rervea.Iudtrof, the Flrst.Iudlcfal : I Ii
I ,!'iff'ielt: tWItlas tnllnWs: I' t, i I' Circuit. Mate of hlortda torn license to McKENZIE OERTING & CO.

$i"' is:;: is:li I' :nanit 1103.; take charge of and control my ,
I proprrty and become a free dealer In every i
"I..N-. 1J r. i' I 0 -DSALIK8 13- t a
rtpcct.aploaulw 0 :
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l.,. .':...7;;':::'. 'ii;..,, !I I B KINGPOWDER 1 a aFor I ,I, h'tati-otChas.ADMINISTRATRIX'T. Cronisp Jo'.FPHISKHrmON.NOTICE.,ct'lhell. I Ship Chandlery and General (Hardware> i t t


>otic Is hereby given that on the .nth 603 AND 605 8. FALAKOZ: 8TUI.T. ; T

"Il.q-.I t1 day of Aaau't. A. I'. I It* 1 will apply tot ...... ..----. -, .gC3ENcY- ,
::. HonoruM Frouiit" I i .4ui 1-.I1IU.1\
1'1 Sale by All Grocers. i countv Honda, for a di,cjargc: from the : 1
-- i REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. :
". ': "I-- ,' .'" II aJIIIIDI.trRllllnIalt', I ROEBLINCrS HONH! CJO tj !
CHAI i i'l IK HC' OM-F GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. P.UKHEL:! d: SON'S: PCMl'H. ;
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: Culls Crdti '111tl, Dill, liotici! Instruments, Chris, ticket, Shin iI

I This signature Is oa every box cf the genuineLaxative I I I COMPASSES, LOOS. ETU. ,
''ti E13V2NT mUMN O !
THE ) Bromo Tableu
-Qulnlne
c3 .c. McKenzie Oerting Collecting:: Aent; for Bar Pilots' Becev.,Ieat As-o t
the reai dy that cue a coW la one dj. I clation ,
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DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA MONDAY, APRIL 141902. ---


n Deafnesa Cannot be Cured I p (\ .JA.1Ji\ i\/\/ f\ If It

H by local applications as they cannot 'I.IIIIII.IIIIIIIIIIIIII..lllr'
: l TROUBLE CHRISTIANENDEAVORERS reach the diseased portion of the I t .

SOCIETY EVKNTsl ear. There is! only one way to cure '
-- ------ -- ----- -- -
4 deafness, and that is by constitu1tional c -- - - ...,
ATCENTURY : remedies. Deafness is cawed =;- ; I ;

by an inflamed condition of the mucous II.
Fid Furnishers for Cash
t ; Only.
I AND PEHSOSALSI The annual convention of the Ala lining of the Eustachian Tube ....- ) ..
L When this tube is inflamed you havea \ N

That trouble of a serious nature bama Christian Endeavor Unions rumbling sound or imperfect hear-I'
and when it is entirely |
closed last night. The next annual ing, :
will occur shortly at Century there Deafness U the result, and unless \
There will be a danc at
4 > r.fi Club tonight in honor of visit- elected for the ensuing and this tube restored to iu normal I .

l ;" fag Irdirs. end of the. week officers anticipate ,, were condition, hearing will be destroyed ,
f I I I bloodshed there. year as follows: forever; nine cases out of ten are" ': .
. The Home rSocial Club will meet Bir caused by catarrh, which is nothing .
I H. Deputies Kelly and Daw, who President-H. Galt Braxton, inflamed condition of the
a\tb@rl'U"nCttJf Mr* H. Boyer I but an \ .Shoes. :
. ,1 1 surfaces.We .
mingham. mucous
r Tue day evening.; were sent there Saturday: night by I will give One Hundred Dollars I . .
J: I 4 returned at 9 o'clock Vice President-Rev. E. M. Craig, of Deafness caused by "
Mr*. "Cirrett Moreno gav a I Sheriff Smith, for any case ( 1
I t : Bessemer catarrh) that cannot be cured by !, II
matine box party last night with a white man named ,
enjoyed
i J: ; ttrtotly I M. Porter Brown, Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars more exclusive in style, yet posessing better wear : N
21 little girls Saturday. : is as a Secretary-Miss
: to tallsworth, who regarded: free.
\ I ; qualities then other kind, a combination !ej.: q
; M 'j L Th Mt- es Jrlttln's dancing class I dangerous man. He is aid to be a II I Montgomery. P. J. CHENEY Druggists Co., 75c., Toledo, 0. found.... :
Sold
: P. Bi sett, Bir- by
T. will give tiu'Que soiree) Thursday: fomenter trouble, but was arrestedon ; Treasurer-NV.

i 7 I t' flight; at't.: Jo-eph'-t lull. a charge of carrying concealed 1 minghant.S KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.

f ; W. A. HI..untand Win. H.l\nov.les: weapons. I Junior (superintendent Mrs. 8. F. $5 to $6 :
I '1. for French Lick Pensacola Lodge No. 3, K. of P.,
,4 Ml 1.1.t night I Deputy Kelly had trouble in arresting Bissett, Bessemer regular convention Monday night, j --
t'4 and will be als\!ut from the
1 :r r'pnus Stallsworh. The officer having World's Vice President-J.. April 14th, at 8 o'clock. Work in the ,i 1 A I PAIR. f>A
'' city two or three week
i been informed that htallsworth Shlbley, Birmingham. Rank of Esquire. Members of sister '
Brig OingUrtt : ...
LirUtfuauts Maey ;
'I'J'. 'i was secretly armed hunted him up. Denominational superintendents lodges and visiting brethren cordially ] ( '( ) I.U IX'I.l', lnl.\: : \ 4
and i iM.
\ : : Invited to attend. i
i ailoor for the The man when told that he was under i as follows: .
.e1..et..1 man
I t igers CAMPBELL, C. C. \: \
ti J5tttry ball r-'nday: night. arrest said he would die before ( Presbyteriau-Dr.: A. B. Curry II I I H. HORSLEB K. of R. & S. : 4

I.t: lire C. C XitkfN.ni, wife of the he would 20> and turned as if to draw ;: Birmingham. I -

\ genial deputy harbor nuitvr ha, a revolver. Tiiis move was seen by Christian-Rev. J. A. Bennett, \VIien You Go Into a Drug Store ,' I H MEYER SHOE 00Feet

whencelie to a bottle of Painkiller, examine
get
I yon t ) New 1'urkfruril Mr. Kelly: who leaped upon the man Pensacola. A
(I it carefully to see if it i-; made: by i; ..
t will Mil for Europe for an extensivetour. and had him shackled in a few moments Congregational-Rev.: A. T. Clark, Perry Davis, and don't be persuaded ,
'. b'' t Fund hers for Cash Onl). It
to take something "ju*t as good" because ,
after wallowing lathe sand. .Shelby. ( I ..
l :# \ it is a few cents cheaper. "
1 it:: ;t tt i JJri.V.. :S. Bi.-itrt, of Hirmiug- Early :Sunday' morning! when it became Methodist Protestant-J. D. Keith. There is only one Painkiller, "Perry ; J iU.4)l'TII I'.Al..t.l'l'Itia'. w

f t ham who ha, been attending the I, : Davis' Large bottles 25 and oOc. ___ III
I known that deputies had arrived Troy. '
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KndeavorSicirty : - -- -- -- -- -
*efioii4 of tie Chrntuu '' -
i i : Itft this luomiug for Jack for the purpose of keeping Cumberland Presbyterian-Rev. J. ".4 Good Smoke for a''
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sonville.Dr. down disorder, lawless citizens be- D. Caldwell, Huntsville. 19V WW JI'1'JJ'I'11JJ lvlJIIJ.1JJ.I!}\\'
I' I Small Sum" is El Greco, ,: tU
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J. HarrH Pierpont was elected came angry and began; to plot to get
I the new 5-cent Cigar now \
pr..iilrut of the Florida Medical :So- rid of the deputies. About 1 a. m. :, SONS VETERANS. being introduced lyLBear \

cletyatitsnertiaglt.t I week. Tin ye"terday1r.. Kelly was informed : Co. it.A I .............................../N...atleN.e........
next annual rutttiug: will bo at :St.) 'I, Special meeting of E. A. Perry $ Try + ;
,; by a friend that a mob was: belug '. .
Auiruttiue.Huliop : Camp will be held at 5 p. m. Tues- I'I'at
formed to string him to a tree. TLe GUSHER STRUCK! i $10.00 Suits : $3.50 Shoes :
dio- : for the of arranging -
EJw. A. Allen, of the day, April purpose
Furniture House 20 and
the
Big ,
1 friend assured Kelly there was no I I .
ct-f of Mobile i; expected here next I to accept a flag which will 22 West Government street. If you I
mistaking the matter. Kelly thereupon of it is i for $6.50 : i for $2.50
I mnlay for special .evic. ". Ai a I : be presented Thursday evening at Fail to get a pusher your own, :
>.trt of the tnu-ical program, Prof. j informed the hotel proprietor your fault. We will gush the furni- I S .
j Hotel Escambia by the Daughters of ture into your house at unheard of .
CbaHi: will upon roquet repeat his i I! not to allow anyone to knock on the low prices.. We have plenty of it in j :............NI .S. S.HI.I.Nb.Se1.NAn'

new compo'itiou at the morning I I door of his room as he intended to the Confederacy. By order of Com all styles., from the finest to the t ..

ma- mander R. P. Reee. cheapest. Yours for bargains, O. M. + .
protect himself by all means. The Pryor. .
q LFSLIE E. BROOKS, + .
Itrv.llr<. Athilii Irwin: closed mob did not materialize.A. .
her ..Aeries of lnrt night at I II 'Adju ant. 1 .
meetings
I B. Teanant: who was flagged bya ----- if.WAKTED-ReUable \ *
Arabian Proverb.
Univer-ali-t church which were I Iv.'y MALTA VITA i h in the i :
now
intertMing and sue- mob a week ago;; came l.ere last I to drive dairy wagon with i] _
helpful hand of the Retail Grocers. Buy a + .
cefnl. )Ir->. Irwin is an earnest I night: and is said to have made war- package. large route. Must come well. : I

t ;&11.1 forcible s-peakwr and all who rants against sixteen prominent citizens ----- --- recommended. Apply in' .
If are down town on the + .
you open-
wet her are loud in their praUeand ,charging: them with horsewhipping ingdlY person at Lakeview Dairy p He that knows not and knows not that l.e kt.\\ ., : .
will t.. glad to Melc-oniH bxr to IVnmrSla :
:
2t I= fool shun him
t ; him. The warrant* were carried immediately <: a -
any time. TIM! cbiirch would If you want a nice present to giveto 1
to Century this momii'g by Mr. friend and look through the .J.. .
delighted to have her for their a go .
I elegant line of suitable articles at Plant a spring garden. ;! / 1
patltnr.ilt': will pn icli: next SuuUy Kelly to be served and he fully ex
J. I. :Stephens, you surely can find The Willis Hardware Co. i : He that knows and: know cot that he knows, 1
< in the t'1I1\'H04ai.t: church. at pecti to have trouble. He also expects -, something to please: If
you. you + Is aleep-wake him. j
Brew tOil, Ala.Tor to arrive ut J o'cl..ck tvt.la.; want anything in the Diamond line can sell you the tools cheap. i .
be to him before buy. + I
sure see you .
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i
o,rr Sn'yr"iMs ", I .
I .. W .. t* xiriilM< :-IUII'I' ha. MALTA VITA cure; Induction ; There will be a special I He that knows and knows that he knowsIs ;
I"- ') $ < .. eat it dry from package. Try it. meeting of Mt. Horeb ii.a"a Paxson & Hall'sTransfer. ;i
I i, bt>.D UMH (or o.tr mty 7 ,uo l>y imllionto -- wise-follow him.
moU...,. for tbrir cbilJritii ..lnl.. toething. IVrtlle :'(, pt.i I ..1.Chaptero.tMondayt I I. j

1 rill i>i'rt.ct .u.-,'.'... ltx.xitUi'8 tin child I] Th. fertility: of Ki-jptUn *ml Is lllustnititl : e80;, o'clock.evening llth at 7:30 .. .

.ott.o.lheuwlaviers I "UI"lIu.l'urwind l>y the fact thatt.ry ono of .
lope, and I. the tMfct ,..",..1. fui ItiArrttOAa. l'I.-.t Bgltarr mil -> can 'o1j'I"JI"t| 1C"* Ky W.order. K. AXDEK&OX of: II. P.: : He that knows he'can: buy his Clothe from :

It ..ill rliritin- pour liUU nutTcrcr! nil- l.'r>>ons. wlll'rpast'n in den rlv popu- Secretary. McMillan and Beer< at Cost and don't SIs ,
Mlitrly Sold by I'ruggl.t.In.wars pirl lal..1 IVlxiui l : th'Tt- 5M) the 5S
to
::; are only an ass-de ride Lim.
oftbirlil, lrnly ova cc-Un a battle. SPECIAL ATTENTION: : + ( ) ,

H.. .ur.. you a-k f..r" r. Wtnsl..'0 Huotb- square inlli*. REMOVAL NOTICE.Dr. GIVEN TO ', + .
I Of Hyrup;' "'HI ltL.. u>> .Ih..r kiu,1. I
M.t c h in n k r r*. + ,
Baggage and Hauling. .
It liken thf etui-Lint Itil-or of 00,000 ;
:
If you :are down t"WII'II. tll'spell- G. 11. Tuttle + 1 [
twul'le t., make. matches for the w 'rlJ.I.ond..n f
:': dry Machinery, Safes, Pianos and ...*.............. .................j \
J. G. Heard .
Dr. + '
t INMATES OF IMMORAL like* Pinvl. I Furniture Moved Promptly at .

I It Is the opinion of Itrailii'K siil<*men DENTISTS. Short Notice; al*o Conduct.... |: $2.00 Hats|: $5 Pants !

HOUSE FINED TODAY that I.oii.J.in iii...imei no t.-'YI'r than I'1ltti l'CI.APLivery -.... ..; ;
1.-,.'hl.I..1' roll a year. which if f\en- llooiiig 7 and !'. laconic Trinple. .

l> .Ilt! 'i.l'! ''} among the *Mi[>ulatloi wouM All brunches of curgical.Opernpve: and Feed and | for $1.00 |: : for. $3 ; I
Au until' r il ln.u-' uttr th" l'lIrl'r Mi-cbanical Uentistry perforated with tecli- ,
allow ul-out three
1lt'I.II'r unuuiu.i
per
uivalkill.. .
t R"nlIIII.II\ llivl-n -trH..t.. cmi.ct I
+ +
\ *d h}' i >riiiliiV>i ,,1.\l v.\-\ >! >ri.(Ti> Moll C'nrrlrm. special Jtt..ntlOnl1'n ftIH1I'ore..ainlIl1n. to Children'sIVfih.i.oId ., lrotlln Sale Stables.Corner I.................................................aei '
and Work.
fail iuinrIn M d. w t- "I'ulli-J" > .-'frJjy i.jorua l':."t Material; C'ompftentKquipnivnt.one .
Il,.' rick i.f liKin! :: their! place, \>\ Zarragossa and Jefferson Streets,

|"'-ti fotnpluniJ of a m in who ovirMfeiiins! ; |I.) t) Ira: n trin to one \CI. tt S. 1. 1. 1 '
OTNSite Plaa. .+< Telephor 251
I 'e had lint Moue ni'tuey iu the f..nt ami'vttin;; tl.! .' rnU on Cn! In'fyreU"iine 1

to !'It...!,. TI"it rill::, they knowfr"lIll'xl'rh'Ilt't" rink Jung's Red Heart :

will hum s<> lunj. and i SPECIAL
l: 10 cents bottle at HARRHALLrIARK.. ,
I i I'prietrf' w".lill.J Il ) this Trhrn the tire renrlies their foot It 1_ ecrt per
I
dole! for them to get= all saloons.
: uig, earl three Inmate* were up.Gont Manager Transfer eparlnirnt..
I. .. .
,......d (6 ..ach.u'lth..r il1m'AI' \:.. .' VIIU.A c.

.T \\ : under b-mj and who ill Cermnn: sanitarium! r" prets that FO : "Wash.Good Sale

i little use Is taaile of touts': luilk. ItflilMintaei's Nr
: al'Pf'u for trill !1..llr.! w.i: d p- #

:: or rows' milk tire lie 'j _, --.-- -. .- ', _,_', -, .. __ 'A
titid bf in and her I
to
contempt says that It Is richer more like human

iB'i. of %'=:> w.t4 fiirfniteJ. Ht-r milk and altsolutily free from germ oftulwrculosis. V"1
Bargains for Monday THE- -k
.I.-suth are krchuih'' the city for ,

.r today, but she ,1..111.. to bo iullBtu (''n"hlnl> \\'n>. t

1tdtR. 'ralt.b ("1I"hlnQIII.I po into thestreet -A.T-O The Store \

-- -- and ask Ir.forination of the shabbiest Big

>u. fend! on 1.IIIIl\r.-the W>LTO if in that way he could t ,

I .tI.Jtarr you .tot rid of th"m the hft- learnlut ho wished\ tn know" said. L. FRIEDMAN & 00'StRACKCT

who:11 asviciati'il with him In
HtMtd'< aiMnll H tl-o med- ono ;
t r- Mr rt
beta.. to tike Washington.I.olntrr; a SATURDAY ui MONDAY. ,
STORE. e.

fr and Craln.In e '
r
SMALL WRECK
Ie f buyhig lobsters! unit crabs! the

hrtivloft are the be>t. The male lobster. -
i CAUSED DELAYdl ....Below we Give You a Few Prices of the....
i :
thousU has the Madras
; generally smaller Fine Scotch Ginghams, Mer- .\
l.'*t fl.nor.

1< i Great Bargains we Offer for Monday cerized Chambry, Silk Spot 5
.; On account tll -null wreck at an nil( Farthworraa.Kurthworms
I ts! fet-t lone are foun-1
I srly bear tin morninf near l, tohtchi In Olj> !.lanJ, Victoria. They live In lull Pieces Calicoes, Indigo Blue, 10 yards 45e ,1 Zephyrs, Silk Striped "

,I on the M. A :M. dlvi-fuu. burrows p on the sloping sides of creeks for ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... .. .

.' train No. ::1. due hers ,.t 5 a. Ill. arrived Rll.l are the largest; variety found In 2-5 Pieces 32-inch Percales, worth lOc per 7c Decotans,

the worl It niust be a burly !birdw yard, for. ..... ...... ....... ...... .. .
three h"ur and thirty min-- 25 and 35c values at
h.ch picks! up the worm In Glppsland.lannlna ,
ut >"* lift.tud tim.Th* oi-t, bound 10 Pieces Dress Gringhams per yard for this I 7

it sale. ..... .. .. .. .. .. .. ..... .... .. .. ... c t'
trim left iua few minutes after the ;.
Just Received one of the Handsomest Lines 1 7k YARD.
t' It Is not merely a common saying: $1 50
un fr'>ra t'i' north retched here .. .
1 that yawning Is "catching. but the Ladies' Belts from 25cto.... .... ...... .
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hl Cheat scientific authorities say thatIt Just Received a Handsome Line of

tar that run- Is unquestionably true. Parasols from 50c to............ ...Ladies... ... .. .50
OSTETTERg dinllrrd leelli .. .Queen Quality Shoes. .
Just Received a Handsome Line of Ladies'
Inq/utbe+prin { The Zola Brldr, $2.50

1 tb r. r+ nomrhCm The Zulu \.Irlll1:1 not properly I:1U.rlt'll Waists from 50c toYours...... .. ........... ...... OXFORDS HIGH CUT '
,
to equal tlmKitten. until she Las thrown
calabash of
1I a restore. lhd It mil.p- water over her husband, plentifully a besprinkling Ask for the "Gibson" Waists. We Have Them. $2.50. $ 53,00.

I / the rest of his family. She
p''Ilt&purlfptIr "
blind, and cure must also Rive her sister-in-law a slapto Anxious to Please v< b< LATEST SPRING STYLES. ..; ..4.
show that henceforth she Is to Lemistress.
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I DJipepsia InJigestio,; Tarnish !Stalni.' lOUIS FRIEDMAN & GO.I : : r ; :
UiUiatlt--j
I Nervonsness, To remove varnish from the hands r 0 b Ii 01 & to
STOMACH rub them with a little methylated spirit :
Insomau aal
i 13 ITTER wipe with a soft rag and then wash .

14 i La Grippe. thoroughly with-soap,-and- -water.-- I .

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