The daily news

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The daily news
Uniform Title:
Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Pensacola Fla
The News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
March 13, 1902
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
30.433333 x -87.2


Pensacola is the seat of government for the westernmost city in the westernmost (Escambia) county of Florida. Since the colonial period, Pensacola has been an important naval port and economic center. By 1889, it was one of Florida’s four largest cities, with a population exceeding ten thousand. The Pensacola Daily News began publication in 1889. The editors pledged to "be Democratic, conservative but yet sufficiently aggressive to give weight to [the Daily News’] remarks." By March 1897, the Daily News had increased its circulation to 1,500. The Pensacola Journal, begun as a weekly, remained its main competitor. Among the bigger stories the Daily News covered was the 1891 dedication of the Confederate Monument in Lee Square and the outbreak of the Spanish-American War in 1898. Pensacola’s Gulf Coast port, like others in Florida, hosted forces bound for Cuba, among them Theodore Roosevelt. In the years that followed, Pensacola continued to expand. 1908 saw the completion of a new Spanish Renaissance City Hall. Around this time, the Daily News was followed by the Pensacola Evening News. The exact year of the transition is uncertain as the Pensacola Evening News continued the numbering of its predecessor. The earliest verified edition of the Pensacola Evening News dates from April 6, 1908. In 1910, when its population reached 23,000, Pensacola erected its first skyscraper--the ten-story American National Bank building, constructed the San Carlos Hotel, and raised a wooden bridge across Bayou Texar. By 1912, Pensacola had twenty-one miles of paved streets. The first modern hospital opened in 1915, and by 1924 the city’s fire department was entirely motorized. In that same year, the Pensacola Evening News merged its operations with the Pensacola Journal then under the leadership of John H. Perry. For the next six decades, the two papers continued to report the city’s news, the Journal in the morning and the News in the evening.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1889.
General Note:
Description based on: Mar. 5, 1889.
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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Special to Tbe NeRi. J Columbia S. C.. March 12 -Col.-manHollis
: while intoxicated went to his STRONClY BELIEVES IN ULTIMATE
London March 13.: -The llriti-h
home or. Assembly! street Saturday

THORITY TO THE D. H. ouch African Company today received -! -' night, and being refused almitiance TRIUMPH OF

a cible ram from Cope Town I by his brother. Richard! he forced his I
AND F. ROAD. \ Dr. Hagner, a Prominent Washington Physi- way into the hou e. BOERS.

saying that Cecil Rhodes had pared
---- A strusel!; :!* ensued in which Rich

a restlenight.. which greatly: lowers !! cian, Charged With Manslaughter. ard threw i inUticati d man to the ---

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f liisstreusth. 1 floor to quilt his ravings, which were i,
I .\
New York Much 12 diipatcli
\ i't-.h.! :March! 1 15: Tht so violent! that other -mburs of the ,
Insurance was placed yesterday in from Utrecht o\er the signature of former
tamil her linked themselves in I
-.d bill authorize :
i- |I'a: a to I
President Paul Krugtr to
Lloyd' agency: on the diamond their u ., rt the house. After a
.011. Hartford and Florida ALL WASHINGTON IS SHOCKEDDr. Journal and American: says:
I king's life for MX uiouths at forty! scuffi .. "rut out ul the I'lu-re will be more go'"l news yet t
!irupt bridge ucroaiJi ? houst, but returned again and: grab-
guineas per cent j from K-Larey. This litoiy of Ins re
,\ : >wHJV. at Farmd ,11'.1 I II Ii bo a lamp, which lay on a washstand minis me of Gt'n'ralI"lha's ahuslon

i i n, arl j. As he raised it alrate his
I-- tale. a* reported, that !ii a year ago to the miraile of faith
ITEMS OF INTEREST is the Father of Mrs. Roosevelt's head: the oil splashed oat catching fire
t and Na-t)\ ilk road Hagner which saved Dank out of the lion'eden.
i- to a i Id in \\ hk h lay William Brown

: t':.. 1 II. H. A. Fthi+ (ran- j i FROM M'DAVID Secretary---He Says He Thought the Child a 4-> tar-olJ boy. Before the flames My.I confidence in the ultimate trl-

foul l be checked the boy was burned iso ,
: ".n.t:: i p.Lrt of their pur- -- ump of the P-IKT cauw could not lie
I Was Dead ...He is Under ArrestSpecial seriously that ho deed! '
l'UffJODllo'll'! 1'1y NcwiMIDAVID greater than it is now ; and iniWd, It
An inqufbt was LtlJ and the roroner's
I March lI.- [cDavid i; never has been shaken
I jury returned a verdict that the
still "I ho;.'! England/ will show that she '
Ii thriving and
: l'ro pHou'iI.- \ child taue to its uVath by being burnt
COUNT IIJ-e.;.; If it* inhabitants are reduced !II sees her folly of atteiiipting to subdue
to The New j I by an overturned lamp in the handsof

TOLSTOIVERY | to a very mall number it can *till[ j ji THE STRIKE Coleman lI llis. liollis is held for the Hoer race by recognizing it now
Washington. March 13.-A11 Washington and by restoring Independence to the
ILL !i b'U-t of two store, viz : Bowman is. j trial.
Transvaal republics By! doing: this
Harri-on near the depot, and II L. is shocked at the arrest of
she will spare herself as well as the
I Hall jut the railroad EXPRESS OFFICIALS MEET.
up Dr. Hagner, one of the city's most SITUATION Boers further bloodshed and expense

I .r ::0-- I The people are expecting a fine I -- >, and will retain the republics as friendly .
fruit prominent phy-ician*, on the charge': Business Conference Is Being Held at :,
I''r-i -bur;. :March 13.Count i: crop this year, as the cold has neighbors"

i been ,so steady the trees have not begun I II i Chattanooga Tenn.
I of .
.. v. !t1" h t* b"ell'dY ill for manslaughter.He SERIOUS Chattanooga; March 12.-The annual
i budding yet, and it i is hoped : RIDDLES SETTLES CLAIM.
vutk.., took -udcleu turn I is accused of placing a living conference of the Southern Express officials
I that the worst cold is over and 1! is being; held in this city today ,

w'.r-" this morning and i is i spring will come forth in all its I child in a barrel. I for the purpose of discussing betterments Southern Pacific Pays Him $10,000 for

., :. i crmcil condition. I and FOOD AND COAL FAMINE I Death of Children.
:L'lory once more with it bring Th Dr. Hagner admits THREAT.I in service and other business:
_. police say I
Kl Tex. March
n : Paso 12.-M. I. Riddle
us flue gardens and abundance of I matter Those attending, are: .

'. 't.c '', Still FI! sk to Florida. I fruits. that he thus dipoej of the child, !] ENED Arm FREIGHT TRAFFIC i T. W. I.*>ary, gonPra! manager; MarkJ. the father who lost three ebtldren

-' I, Fia. March 12: -There In the recent wreck on the Southern
I The river has; riven to such a height thinking; that it was' dead I II I O'Brien assistant general; manager! ;
-f this season bein; an PARALYZED. ra'lIlc.1Ot for Redlands, Cal.. In company -
I tint the backwater i N over the railroad F. n. Virgin, auditor; F. G. duUignon,
: .me in the history oft I I He had attended a Mrs. Kiese at :; with his wife and only one child.
Savannah, Oa., general counsel, and
at a place called tram
? mast as a'inter ref I swamp --- aged five years, after accepting arb.'C'k

:March bas passwI. between !.t-re and fine Ilirren, hut a fashionable: apartment house when -P"CI'10: The \rW- the following superintendents: for $10.000: from the railroad
I O. M. Sa i "* .::1! ommp from the : lit) damage i is being done as yet. her sifter was taken suddenly ill i i COM pany as payment In full for Jamas -
J. rrMSnlI."iiminrcton.. N. C V.
!I Bo-ton. March 1 ;1.-Thetrike situation :
i ,' n i ""S and continuing J :M.iuy of our citizen have lost much ps. lie signed a contract with th*

tt' CaSt C-oait le valuable stock iu the swamps: which and gave: birth to the child. I,I i is hourly: ;jrrowin,{ more !e- Spalding, Roanoke. Va. ; W. II uIh rt, railroad authorities obligating/ himself
Atlanta; W.H.. Hart, Jacksonville
.' ili- Florida Fast :1 were Lot gotten out in time for the Dr. Hagner says everybody ., riou-, and added to the dread of a Fla.; J H, HooV'-'ay! Savannah. Ga.; to institute no legal pnxeeJmm uhat-

> I i I' rata that south ; ever against: them.The I
ru-h of
. water.: thought; the child was dead and I 1-e ; coal urine, the people are nowi i, L. :Minor Xashv. T.'ca.; W. n. Mc-[
s much heavier of
.t' 0 paid out by
I Mrs. lionum of Wet Lake. money
Quinn Farland ,
i Chattanfl \\ Y. Agee.;
'i! <> I' mere is no hull- menaced by the possibility of a fond the Southern Pacific in settlement of
j 11'1.,,, after a plea5lnt'iit: with was requested to take: it away. He Memphis; H. Dt'lfItt py. :'ngutta. Ga.;
Mhward move famine for the trallic of 'claims arising from the wreck has
i I freight the :
friends :and relative- her, left last could not believe that: the child was S. R. Gilbert, Wellington. D. C., assistant
,'.. thus far exceeded $i3fIXt>xt to
'I week on her homeward journey east i* paralyzed. superinteuilont: C. W. Pardue
the wreck itself the promptness in the
.. Mr. J. S. Cushion the living.Dr. eLle the gl"nerallLgent at New Orleans.
,c Ronsr.e't SS *or Cuba.V I was: among\ diKlr-ulty is settled by settlement of the claim! has attracted

I- I -* \i! .-., visitor* here N'.! d.1Y. I Hagner is the father of Mrs. Saturday the strikers v, ullt.tu tuujber most attention. In ldMou: to the

:- >. i'" "1. \8 r, \ Mr. II. H. Cowan of aea, spent i YATE3: PART' AT IVCRY CITY four claim agents who were hero Immediately
Roosevelt's secretary. He was re- i fally ninety thousand. Tais --
". ., -' i u\ moat part of Wedne-diy and Thursday: II I, after the wreck and haH' ,
.. would force hundred of New Vist: to Austrian Compliment-'
.. lea-ed $KXlbtil.Jury I England '
f iii' < > :il.-ntal I with relative- ISoyee.UBV. on ? I since remained, the general claim ,
Luncheon to Mrs. Yates.
.'. i" '?\ M, t-ii Havana Mepl.en Williams filled -- I factorie* to close' their doors, ary agent: arrived last night: One of these

.; I... .. |1'.It"I" .in' t:.,. i t h> a party his u-ual appnintment at the )[. E. Will Probe Earl Murders. !I i i thus throwing hundreds of thou ernor Charleston Yates and S.} his C., party March this l .--Gov.morn > stated that their work! had been practically

.1 !'d-hto!! iti 01.\ aTiv-'ii yes Lake Charles, La., March 12.-The 1 1 I concluded.DEATH .
... ., i church here la-t Sunday. The landof,. operatives: out of employ- lag; mail a to the Austrian cruiST -,
t a; on lit /11.1, 'ae. Idi'T/ Ml81 I grand jury fnr Calcasleu parish AH 111
quarterly meeting a week before was i' I S/.iK"tvar. which is in the harbor. |
i i. t. bt! arnte.idi'! :\ ,11a Pullman! I assembly next Monday to take up {Elie met.t.I OF BROTHER CHARLES.
I quite a fucce-i ; -everal came over 'I The pasty was r-V-iv 1 with all the
i mi the Plant >ytrm regular case of Edward Uatson accused of' ---

t Mi did n"'t l la,.' the! sleeper I from lirewton and attended. Anielen'aut the murder of the six members of the TO CURE A COLD IN TWO DlYS j 1 honors and were delightfully; entertain One of the Best Known Educators In

,t h.-.r' M.e'eamr sailed: .\ sermon was preached at Earl family at \\VKh. Parties bent tj moves, the '1C eii liy the o:fi.'ers, alfl'rIar.oin Catholic Church.
,. j ll't;. W.liro'. '" signature on everyboa about the harbor on a Iaunc4i. '
ea't t !+' I ___ This att"rnoon a complimentaryluiuheon
shi I".'+i l"nt! > 'laughter. ( after which dmner was served on man who attempted to sell Earl's I u president of Manhattan col-
_. to .Irs Yates was given at
---- I the church grounds, and when all mules failed to do so. i Fights Occur In Manchuria. i lope and one of the known educators .
I's building the
... at evposi-1
.per for Jacksonville | had: thoroughly feasted on the "good In the Catholu' | St. !Mors >ure.: March 12.-.\ num. 'II tlon at hkh all tIp Illinois party
'r'a Mu.-h: I:.: --Thnl *." assembled in Denver Bids for Fight. tea is dead from pneumonia at the t
thin i !
I j ': they again her of oiisiiPKi'; n 1twen the Russian ;, were present and a number of Charleston |

.t '9. l I'tal I'pchurch the church and listened to a splendid Denver. March 12.-The Coliseum I troops and T'iriKiis''s ()("('urrPII in sorit! .ty people: The party lent institution of which he was the head. #

HI "t' \ !' tanoth'r i sermon by Brother Williams. Athlttic flub will offer a purge of C5 Manchuria during the past two mot.ths. Charleston this afternoon at 6 o''l'H) Only few days ago; he apparently was

'i, ".ai.:' Ifii r.t flv,>. cent of the cross receipts for the I enjoying the best of
per Several hands of lie wenta
Tunaiises which .
'! Ii-- Ktta: Bowman i is spending a I and will reach hom I'nday: afternoon.FARMERS' .
v : jrt of ron Jeffries Fit Simmons fight. The officials week ago last Sunday
bad boon raidine at,1plundl'rinl\ ; were morning to
few friend Mi.s Rosa
day-with : I ---------
d\i\ .,I. i Majn streetg. is talk of holding the contest, if disW'l'sf"1. and 13:', of the maraudersKi attend the services !in ?t. I'atilck't
iib-oii. at Pine IJarreu. While NATIONAL CONGRESS.Next .
..' t !n i Imildin*; opera they biiccee.l In landing it. at Arlington I 1iJ.lor! wiiinded. The Russian cathedral, where he contra' ted<< a If-

'. attention! of the ;, there they will attend the meetingat park, this rite and! will umatitut:: casualties wore shsht. vere (cold whith develop.into jmeumouia. -

that( the flveftorr lim Dogwood Orove church, held by an amphitheater!, to seat :X"ijo pt! 'uplc. I ------ : Annual Meeting Will Be Held at '

.'at.->d tie akycrai ; X. Ira: rgett the pa*tor, and I'residin Registration; Books Close. Macon, Ga. Brother Charles was horn In Patr. '
Chicago March 1:!. The
i- Jacksonville! is* moner : ? Elder 15urdehaw. Stills Raided In Florida. Birmingham Ala.. March 12.-The next an son X. J., 47 years UO.It./ was ('ho,.

.,. rear ht'tl. March 12.: -The United registration honks have been dosed iu nual meeting of the Farmers' national
of Lamont.
)Ir. C. O. Hrewton one our ,: en president: of the college; two yean.
mot l'romiillyouthil; who has States detectives mad" a raid down in Hirmin:::hani for the time bcine! ;; A congress will be held in Macon, Ga.,
Oct. 7. 3 9 and 19
I "1111 irateM.nTUI '!'ju-t =tiuted out to work for the the flat woods a few days ago and as 4 total of :;,4:O persons registered.i Of Macon. has next. Gould Advocates New York Exhibit.

rt NV RTF !)*. result there are several gallons less this number only 76 were negroes i! raised a large sum of St. lxiii. March 12.: -A written
\Ve-.ern I'niou Telegraph Co., i is ap'peal
for thA and
.; .K >mrs by im.lionsolcni.ilr of moonshine and seven stills de- This shows the extent to which the money expenses entcitain-
.. ,. by George J. Ooiil to Governor
n bilf ntnni holding the night office at Can-
now : of the The
; went congress. Southwestern ,
.>... It cMibr the child. now constitution will tut down the ( Benjamin F. Odd!. of New York, for
i- allay mil r".n."url'IIlod | tonement.Ve sincerely wish him Passenger association has already
... stroyed.A negro tote.Governor an appropriation of 1"I.ft'JjI; to adquatdy ..
-*l r<-nJ..j v tor l>nirrho
success in hi future business.Mr. made a rate of one fare for the round
:'I- poor little: nufTt-rcr 1mI Historical Garment. rut a oonumon'Favorable.. represent th,> Dnplre Stat at !
by J'rUl\lhl. inevt-ry pertIrrntr D. 1>. McDavid has been at trip on account of the meeting and oth--' j
New York March 12.The shirt '
I n".. emu a bottle, (Cincinnati March 12.-The condi the St. Louis worlds fair was read .
..-t., r.r' }I \\1n61"\II'j| H otb- home on the sick list for the past worn by Charles I to the scaffold has tion of Governor Taft. of the Philip I er passenger!; association will make i yesterday before the !hoard' of direo
1 trim; no other k'Isd.FtesLst low ratre.
ten days.We been auctioned off at 200 guineas at pin islands who underwent a surgical : tors of the exposition 'cnipany, The .

I hear that Mr. D. F. Parker, Covent Garden says the London correspondent operation yesterday, is reported to The congress: is compost of delegates letter is the result! of c'n.- ajJrensej by

I the turpentine operator of Bogee. : of The Tribune.Gas day to be entirely favorable i j iI appointed by the governmentof President Joseph Ramsey president
t Notice the various states.! The president
;; I i I has purchased a fine residence atGoulding' I,' of the congress is George L. Flanders of the Wabash railway, to Mr Gould,

near Pensacola. Explosion Wrecks Dwellings! Prince Mirko Will Wed. at the suiei'stion of Chairman /Huttlc.
of Albany. N'. Y., and the secretary Is'
-- I The young people of this place Peru. Ind., March 12.-A natural gas New York March 12.-The engagement !: John M. Stahl. of Chicago.Bodies ; of the states and territorial commll-

of explosion wrecked two dwelling ber& of Mile. Natalie Sonstantlnovich : tee. Mr. Gould says the vxpollloo
are speaking having a big Mayday
l'i'terInterestll2 today fatally Injuring prank Kiley to Prince Mirko of Montenegro is offi-1 I will assist in the advancement of all '
the beautiful
picnic oaksI ef Nine Victims Recovered. '
', /ollrllt.\'e.. Call and seriously Injuring several others. dally announced says a dispatch to the states In the union.
I by the side of the river near I5rew- -- Nagaunee, Mich.. March 12.-The

,'f'e if i/ou wish your ton's ferry. If they !succeed" in do- The most reliable preparation for The Herald from Nice. bodies! of four of the ten victims of the !

"- r't off the advertis- i I lug so, everybody will be invited to kidney troubles; on the market is Negaun' mine disaster of Jan. 7 wpreI' Minion Workers' Cojiferenet.( I
Foley's Kidney Cure. W. A. D'AI- Sudden Death of Texas Pioneer. ] Chattanocga. March 15! .
come and bring everybody else with I [ recovered today. Some of the other''' -The first
them. FAIRY. emberte, 121 H. Palafox. I Waco Tex., March 12.-Major WI- business session of the mission workers'
I bodies are in view of the workmen
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l/-A. UERTJXG ley M. Jones, one of the pioneers of
I :, and it3\ expected that all will bo i conference of the Methodist Kplt-
Rubber hose all sizes at recovered .
Try Egyptian Armor Cig Texas dropped dead in a street car copal Tax Collector. within the next 21 hours. The wan held th'.l! ,

I arettes. Xickdpostle. the Willis Hardware Co.'s. I as the result of a stroke of paralysis. I bodies are mutilated beyond recognttlon. morning Dr. Lambuth presldinfr Oral

1 He was 73 years old. ,; The drift where the bodies ares Ifylnt reports were' received from the I

i I In a treacherous condition owing to Rork In Mexico. The conference dll-
((1 When you wake up with a bad' cussed several important
SEAL President; F. C. NORTON Cathier ; quicksand. ijuestlcns.

'SHEE Vice-President; M. E. CLARK Ass't C hier.AMERICAN 'I taste in your mouth you may: know The discussion at toniuhfi raeUB|]

Oori.cloia.socl! Statement of tho : that need dose of Chamber- will be led
you a Organized Band of Murderers. by Ur 0 F In-id, super- .

lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets !: Beaumont Tex., March 12.-It is the Intendent of missions of Korea ,

NATIONAL BANK They will clean your stomach, im ,
of the
prove your appetite and make you I i theory police that an organized Cotton Buyer Suicides.

feel like a new man. They are easy band of negro women and white Chattanooga, March 12.-A special

OF PEX.SACOLA, FLORIDA AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS FEBRUARY ::3, 1902. to take, bein sugar coated and men are responsible for the recent to The News from Iluntsvlll Ala.

'From Report to Comptroller.) pleasant In effect. For sale by all ,, murders and nrt.berles here and the ,1 R. F. Hunt ,
lays a cotton buyer far
and medicine dealers.I .
druggists sheriff is making arrests that j
on theo-
I :I I J E. Butler &: Co.. of New Hops Ala.committed ., ,
REsOI'RCES.: :: LIABILITIES.t72H = ry. He now has a woman in the sweatbox
pay the printers to tell you about suicide In huntsville last ,

lll-c..unB., .. . .. ... .. . U 1.3 : ( ; Capital Stock .... .. .... .... . ... .. ... $2t! ).()(])O.OOI the big; bargains in furniture. If I 1 whom he believes to be the ringleader eight by taking morphine. lie hd !

':. . .. .... ... .. .. .. ... .. H_>>) Surplus Fund.. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. ..... .. .... lO.dOO.OOJ( you mi!z tnem it is your fault not : l and believes that she will been despondent.

f :!j- .... .. ... .... .... .. .. .. ...... 7:),fUJIM) Set Profits. .... .. ... .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. 5,47.12 mine. Yours truly, 0. M. Pryor, 20 shortly!: confess. .. I .

..U B'\ld.. ... . .... .. .. .. ..... 5250.UO Rediscounts .... ..... .... ..... .... .... 79.500.uO and 22 West Government street. When Your .Joints stiff' t

..p and Fixture.. .. .... .. ..... 6.7b.4s Circulation... .... .... .. ... ..." ..... ".. 75,0i00i) are Thl WillMother Interest )t"lhpn. .

Nf..llljH". ". '..... ... .. .. .. .... ... .. 11.5 Deposits .. .... .... ..... ...... ...... .. .... 3'J8,044CK: We will launder spreads for rheumatism and your muscles ore from cold or Uray'i ..w..t I'os", fir thIUdrpn. !

d .... ...... ... ... .....-127.2il.2t5-: Dividends Unpaid: ..... ...... ... ...... .... 96.00 15 cents each and make your them look 1: sprain a joint, ,when strain you your slip side and or Tfctblng. Cure Iiltordm.firTfrlibDm Hrrkk, opt r.> mote, ;. t

f((596,127.20 f691 127.20 tike jw. Htir Laundry. bruise yourself, Painkiller will take and regolslw tb. Bomirl sad l>*,lrof 1
out the soreness and fix right in W orlll.. 7* ,- rank opened for business October 23, 1 kIO. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give Ten thousand dollars worth of diamonds -, a jiffy. Always have il you with At all dru you, mailed RKE. .
Addrr..Ah.a r
Olutlvd :
'a-. : courteous and careful attention.Interest now on di-play at Stephens, and I.
.r-- prompt use it freely. Avoid substitutes, LeRoy N.o ..Y.! _
the diamond dealer. Call and
Paid on Time ex there is hot one Painkiller, Perry
Deposits. I. amine them. Pf1IJ"Bal"lD Stop the Tlrklta.
Davis'. Price 25c.: and 50c. aW q' irk j& &a. .Ld mu...'a La i..."iij..."


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,::1 I i I 'II'J\ Illt I I }{r;I, -i. I I PROPERTY GAIN IN MACON. I tt -

'I I j ; City Assessors Submit Report to May.

i, I :! { .1.1Ii or and Council.

Macon, Ga., March 12.-The meeting
I: '. II
cf the mayor and council last night

had some interesting features. The
[ ; i'tii '
city assessors submitted their report ,

ii It, :; : for this j ear's assessments on the real

f I IJ and personal property in .. .Macon as

"t. 1 Ii' .\ I' follows: for Infants and Children.

J \ 'f : lj lj'r I Real estate, f9.2:="=7; ppr'onal') .
i aMorla i j.. n liarinl'- wb! -tihll.- for| ( iI-"r UoJ. |'.,r. ,

i. : .. /' :.. : property $3.S46,323; total. $ldo&JSTQ gone, Drnp* anil Sootliin; i S> nij". It.>", It
'II I :;1' .. ... ,. 'r This shows a gain of Jll&'JS'i on contains neither Ol'iuru.'luqllill"> nor oih.. \,
; <./ : r u. .110
fli ..- ; .: :; <::, : real estate and U j.63 on personal Mil..taiKT. It dcMrojs Wonuami all.n InulIIII' ".
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; 'I \ .., ...,, r I property, making a total pain over the :] It cure- OLtrrlioM ai
I, _.'" << I,:'r..:: ,:;. : ." ... ./ assessments of last jtar of $31C,113. | ill:: .TnniW and rnrr-* ('"ii..ti|". ti ni, It rr, uiai' DI.Stoiuaoh .-
S and HnvrrN, ci\in lialthan l ,.
I :: > natural ll'
c4 t 'i /.! The assessors say: .I|I'
\ 1'' r \ / .. !i- :: The ChUlln'lt's I'anawa-Tlu' .Mi.thrrS 1'rhud l.
1 I \. .. _t\..., .:j.-: .,, c_ "While we sent out more than two

I. If ( .-\. .' I" .f y.:'r:1'tii.: :' '\ : ';,;'t;:;'r5t: :".'. I IEi hundred notices of changes in assessments I The Kind You Have Always Bov, .

II '. ; ," jw) of thedty
: j; \\ : : : .ft.-: to the property owners
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I J ,'lt:1 .I tj .. -l"'i.l>', 'Cliiw-ft- we have heard from less than 3rt ( Bears the Signature of

Ii; )1 ,: .:=\. ,. :.: !,'. _'. ..'f>... 'i-.' of them, thereby demonstrating that lice
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it '.:.. 'I' I Acts values almost uniformly satisfactory -'
Ei !.H .I.y. .:::.. ... :--. 6 ; Gel'\tlv; our are '
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\\ I' f '.'" .... "''; ;. 9" H to the people.'
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: The value fo the city's public property -

; : ;iJ i't ; \. ff cts Pleasartl : j i i't amounting to $2S2i'ti:; is not embraced

' .. ; .. ,;. \ I in the assessed valuations I I

1 j j.JI JI\ ;; t':. ,...},':?' ,. I. I ct5 Berxeficially; I II named above. In Use For Over 30 Years.
j. I !l' .. '-. '' ''' '. .4 '.. I I IMr CI.IV. COY.... 11 wU..1..1 .1. .. r-..

iJ : 'Jir.tly) ) ''l/ ds lr.\ LaxaHv FITE NOT IN RACE.
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, J"I"1 : 1 1 i. .,. ; :! .f.I J. Svri.p: d F;;?<5 appeals to the cultured and the Will Not Oppose Hen. J. W. Maddoxfor The Star LaundryBiggest

;:4 .I'l t! ?*! 1'j, .' / ""'::? \', : !Imi'TmtdandtotlieheathKcauseitso! mp"iHitt I Congress.
;* Ga., March 12.: -Ju le A.
' I -, \'I ; ;' !.. .. \ J \\hok-someandh- Calhoun t
1. Y f'; ... i. ". parts are simple :
','.\"M,,,' ,I 1 J I. 'Jll)4J 1'{ .'. / '\ -.''I.. ..,II;,,,...;f/" ......._..... ''''.."..;.. ..1.;..;-.I l'j J'-l. it aa wIthout disturbing the natural fang I Ii W.not Fite be in, of the the race CLerol.ce for conenfrs circuit in will the

,, <1 : .\ .... :' % ,5 -' ti"ns it is wholly! fTlC from { objectionable Busiest Best !
t y4 .) t: ."., ,. .. ;,;.;:,. .;,....... .. : 'I Seventh district against lion. J.V. ,
1-4" \ .. "" ':' :,.' .. 7"i\... ":. ...: ....... --Yy: ... quality; j-ubstanct.: I In tie! r recess ( f Maddox
i f n t t' J:.f / ,!/ :.;:) :-\i. '-, J\ \!..;, manufacturing fibs are they are Judge Fite says: "1 will not he in

.I ) i: : :,! t .......,.dtri.j. .,,.. -- ,.:.( .p-.,' rltJ ant to the taMe, hut the medicinal4l the congressional race this time. I t Don't Kick
I 'f'; 1--" t' 'f' \irtuts ( f Syrup cf Fibs are obtaintd :\ t. .' f
; ..4 ,,::.. ;1J'F : have received many strong assurancesof .} .to-
'h ("\ : -'li.':: ''' I ; f' : \ ,:w/ frrmanlx, (tlltrtcombinaticncf, plants all of the dis : r- .--- e ,
: ..." ; : : ': ... :. \ support rom parts c.< \_.. if t : M .- d !r. : :! lII t-
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". 1 I ...:1\.", .. ;:',;,.., ,\t'r ...; .":: :. '<=<'.: !I. ."I ..'"','f./... ,' I.:fie.\'.'n to te medicinally laxative I and to I I"fIll trict which'ery gratifying tome ,.. ,.. .' ... .... .. : limy tr'dte II ih.turl I <

.). : ..:;: I ...J :: ..I '.. .htnl'J'trl'ndiuJII\' '. but after duly considering the matter | t .ii'i'' timeIf" \> uij-l girt-! < .
'f"t" -
.i !\\1. '. \ : \ y' ;. ) i-'F': ,( : I P" ': ')' To :'jet: its beneficial tfff'cts-buy th: I have decided! not to make! therace .j>o...,.. ./ aV- ." ;., ....... lUf-jllr.ttt.r: ,._..nd a. ty

'f. <-1/i ; f t /11' '- .ii/-\ ;f-? '. t.i '" ;.:'trumc-manufaaurtd! hythe at this time. j l ".-/" a ti .."'. _:' cream in tti' (*urch. itl. .
r.! The decision of Judge Fite not to .. .
t' 'I.' { \f I :
ili i .i/ A \ l.".ve a frinJ: : 'n ihm.
l'': : enter the race leaves Judge MaJdox! 1) I \ .,
1 ::1 : <: \ ; ti i with an open field. It has been an-1 i! > /. 1 hole bituoUth tn tut.
; : : / : r 1 -r' .- thr"urh :DlUtll l- 't\r\ MI
AI'I noun>d that Mr. Tatum. of Hade I i. } ;
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1". .'"' ?,rr;,..:.;;. .1&' r ay. F\ 0'RtNJIA 16 pt would be in the race, but politician : fv- ; '- t ._ LrttiK tbtm to tin 1.111.1face 1 j' ,

",. .. t ..t I .''f:f w-,.''t'J..t.r i.sffi.,, .'!"' .;......!... here do not think such will; be thecase. ......t.. .. y) ":' will lipht will/ }J"}' w
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.,t \ te.; ., -t.l- ',-. ;.i'.: ....,:&.4'- 'I l. l.1 have HtUlUfdOM i..u
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,I;"...jl oiit ,... .' .t .':....,; 3- l'" .'.!;."..."..'I:' \ ,' ... :;..<. .. r !I.>. k like a f-l lit tii4i>.

1> 41P 1 <" :.. H r' '\ San Francisco, Cal : Macon County Primary April 7. -

k I I"t.; ;! : "'::.;Y Louisvilletry.? new York.M Oplethorpe. Ga., March l:.-Macon

Ctj. ., I} .:\_, For tale-: ty: e.1i drLji.tS. Pnce. filty cer\t3 per. bottle. county 7 for the will selection have a of primary county on officers April ALL WORK C. 0. D. Goods Calk! IflF bCd Dt..ft :, I

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';1 1 t't lion. J. 1-:. Hays will han LO opposition TELEPHONE 114. 2. GARDEN ST I

;" 1I! :. ; : for the legIslature.Surgeon' .
:'1 I (Z.\ :,1 l WALKER INGRAHAM I
\Ii' r : Knife Not Needed. ,
;t I) i i ,i Ahwal Pleads Guilty To Theft. LEFT CASES FOR THE ALTAR. : Strike Among Sea"r .j Crews.St. .
I l Surgery ino longer to
!tl Johns, :\. F, March! 11.-Two necessary
1,1' New York. March 12: -Jose Diaz AlVtrez I
'. t, .. I cure pile. Ie1Vitt'sY'itch Hazel
'4'1 I, 1' a jotini Mexican, has pleaded I Flrburn, Ga., Has Romantic Gretna sailing steamers the Terra Nova and calve cure ouch ca-e at once, re -= = W. B. WRIGHT>> COmPANY(

t aunty to stealing the f.JO't: gold watrh Green Affair. the Neptune with partly completed movingthe necea-i'y danserou*,

.fifl&i1-! &; cf former Governor I/O/ !!!:. of Texa, Fairburn. Ga., Mann 12-A. D. Rainwater crews eluded! the strikers here and painful and expensive operations..
< on Oct. 21 in the WaMorf.Astoria. went to sea this morning. They will For scald*, cuts, burn*, wound. MANt'l'AITI'RFR9.iNf; I tA.: Ik- !II
and Miss M! I i.-s-a Tone were '
1 l \ > various fishing brui-e. sores and kin di i-ea-e* it i i.unfolluall i. l 4
their crews at
Counsel for Alvarez Bald the defend coraiilttc
IKfi united in marriage!: ; ..rt!. the KeF.. J. d. UP ware: of eountcrfeitHarjris' -. ==
1; 111 I"I ant came from Mexico! with some Dodd performing!; the 'tremony. !: KamUts. Thf strikers are assuming Pharmacy. John Sheppard. LUMBER, LATHS,

[ I it! money and slaved at the \VaMorfAttoria I It was a Gretiia Green atfair and but a more threatening: attitude. They :ideeyliahu.HOSHTTEJ'S. l
He the elevator\ have visited all the sealing ships and
one f1hr.f'W that the 'tSAWED CYPRESS S6ISGLES..EJln.Dmf
couple were
young: !Si(
m i. ; leg.jl n! flay with Governor I Ilii/ !!i; and took his i contemplating such a it"p. driven all the men away disregardingthe - ; j

lf' !, i +'atch.h'art-/ was ntticcd to the! ''I The bride is a sifter of IMitor T*
IF< I tPmira! relormatory.Oil of the Campl'cll News, and the prctoni govtrnnu-Lt. ;

;.), \'" i Oil Mill for Cartersville.! I Is employed in The News otlice. Huth

I'I II Cart crs\'tilGa.. !aflh 12.: -The ', of them lieim ccm| >sitors in the officeof Verdict for $500. mmn \mm{
Itt'itI Southern Cotton \ r company is The News and being crmi.tar.tly associated Macnn. March 11.-Isaac :Motes o!

:, ,]1" preparing to t-rc--t a lartf plant here. in ;htiroik an ar : 'IInHLtfulloI.I1. i Fort Valley has been: given a $>'I<

-I' J j h ; 1 A lot has here pun'hasrd! and the erection .. ,i I verdict ag.; .' st the (Vntral railroad I- a .specific rE'melf.r! all ail in Oasis of 4 Foil Quirts, it S3.28 per cut

Jll : of the null will Ixvinjat; \ an early received Meat of the liver and boweN and
1 hccaiisL- treatment Lhim
fate. This is f fine I' one that: t backed by hundreds of
1 a cotton market and Murdered and Robbed. | at the bunds of the depot al.'J..t'I'H' tetunoni.ilreceived during the ; :'ICIv'i: i I" di-till-.l' at tt.! .. N.- i
r j ; Jt ",,11h\ e a great help| to (litfarriKrs :Mac-mi. (; Mann 12.News was .
I i a. I here about a year ago. He sued for p-i-t fifty yearWe would therefore ) -' \ und (I" oily mature n
r r I' to have home market for their seed. 1 I I re<'ei\ed! by, Mac-on relatives last night I $5.IIUII.I uiire every *uirrer from ixiii {, It !I. ab-olutely jmrimut .lint. t a
: The company will meet with hearty j I that just after supper the dead body C.Kb'lION: \FrKI'-I\, M.AlllI.ENfY, dhROYAL by any Whl.It.y of the A.tii. ,

1 ,. cooperation from the fanners and 1 tt !r.W.. C. Has-ton. one of the leading I Logarville Mill Sold. CO.N'-Tll'AlItlX. "ICK IIKADACHK or where produced 'I'Royal.I"Ut.,.J I
t'l I business men of the eommmunity.i. LIVEK A.Mi KIDXKY; lKliriLt:>> to i a old when t",)tiled, std: 1',1.. <
merchants of ]Kuhwood. in !Dooly
ro'in- I.npaiv'e.!! Ha.. March 11.-1t Is slated 'j
'. t i. I. give it a tiial\ It will -urely cureyou quality.| : i H the cbdprt trl!N 1.\1 .
ty. was carried! into the house by a negro on ai.thonty that the Southern have .. t
i 1 { The genuine mut ourI'RIt'ATE at that price. Au J.v..u" mil I
t' Oxford Still .
.; I Boy Missing.Oxford. i(, and laid at the ted of Mrs.! Cotton Oil company, of Atlanta! has sT\Mf over the nick of puretunulant, there M n..i1 t> "

Ga. March 12.CM"' Giles! Ba ton. The negro! explained that he I i bought out the st ( khol lets that 10111 the bottle. cu-e contHiinii n<> niittk what. % ,

i'I, ll still missing and no tl'al'f of him'I' II found the corpse at the front pate. Investigation ,I' prise the oiranville Mill! \ < onipan{ *. If purchbcer UPUI ..!tIt..oI'1

I' can III' founil.! He is the lljearoldion "!.(lw.,1 that some one had The amount paid! for same is about .........................; \I" not -atl-fle| with time! ijujlitN
j of John Giles one off..ton I the nne at our expen-e and in
laid in wait at the gate and when Mr. I $lGI"'. :
I'i i ,,1! county's best farm,'rs. who residesereral na -ton started home from his stole a .
., { I i should be accompanied: by to'
't J \ "I! ; miles! from Oxford! On Jan. j couple\ of blocks away and entered the iI Carter Out for Legislature I VISITORS DTI i [iGET YEARS OLD curt DT po..tofice; InItIIl'y..r.l..r. bunk lr ch ipre tj
\) r 2. between midnmht\ and l day h pate was was ,
Columbus (;a.. Man h 1-! Ko1.'rt F j 1'Z+ -- money order.Ve refer In Kir-t :\.t

11-' J.j' Bade his disRI'I''aralu.t-' has not linlnt of carrvinc. : his firm's money C art...... a .1..1.m...". ... .u.. ........ I,aLt "t LI .1.1I 1 c pL D Bank or any merchant iu J't'"la

( J; ': teen> seen or heard of since home at night! and It.iFaF all ,one. i U-ihl-t. is, in the rate for the'is'.a' ',I ATBUFFALO .
:"i Having a Run on Chamberlain's Cou,h His pistol was also missing from his turn from Ilarn- coi'ti'V t1 Itit I S. A. FRIEDMAN.

i t Remedy. i I pocket, where lie usually!! cairied it !I tn ii. of that petty, is Lot a ( audiJate

Vi' Between the tiunr< of eleven while making the trip with the treasure for rt'.el< < t.on.PNEUMONU.
..L,.Lih : 1 SULK: 1'Kcd'KIETOK. l'KV-: A/.t.I. F ''
Mr Ha ton wa< one of the lad- \
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: t. o'clock\ a, in. and clo:" iiij; time atj! |II
Inc m-rchants of that section He I i
t1' (I' night nil Jan J-'itli::: 1KI, A. "'. Clark: '' : is FOLLOWS A COLD
I' I' O. IIOUH.. TII.t.lOill:
Blade oold'tl' a brother in-law of Mr CV Hubbard '
I. lyI rUjCli.t, :'prin'a.; Hut never f"lIothe u-eof Foley' I1ISKE1
welve bottles: of (JliunberluiuN of this ity. The negro who bore the .
I Honey and Tar. It .top; the cough,
r' CouRh Kenn-dy. lie .*.a"I 1It,1 in the house is sll"pidonl'd of :' ht-als and strengthen* the IUIIK and I i s PRIrDNAK LrI handle every ci! .- "f I., pi' .r. I ;it

j er handled u medicine that sold the crime He is being sought tor affords perfect -I'curltfrolll an attack f Co.'s Office bulk or bottle wholesale or retail at ai
: : ter or betterJutifaction to uiy Manufacturing
1'1,1/, gave 1 cf pneumonia. Refuubti- are way down.
\i'I\ customer*." This Kemedy has been I, Cough settled on her lungs. tutev \\'. A. IL\lemberte. 121 South I AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER.
in Virginii f-.r : I
in general u-e many I "My daughter: had't terrible coti:!li Palafox streetFogey's I ItsF.C6k1' 11.-\\' Mil1; w'ANTTO

[;. years, and the people there are wellacquainted which. -ettled\ mi her IUII,,." "a\'. X.J.ickon IKA\' }. AX OH1)HI. {
with its excellent qu tli-i, ; of Danville, Ill \\Vtried Cure I .
ties. Manycif them have: to"tlfI..d'I : j
:i great runediewithcuu TRY BUFFALO 5 WOOD AND COAL.
balmy relief :
.. to the lem.irkiule; ,, cure which it ha. until we gave her Koley'- Honey mikes kidneys and bladder right. .
: e1ft'ctf't.'h need a good
: you '
aud'1'arwhic' cured her I Ibfu-:
medicine for h cold Sul-irnwfrom the irthfru nodarin1ylyI.l.amwecrruucareforcot I.VKINC rouini: JVout
reliable a cc>u< or ,
subtituteV. A. D'AIembettP I 121 I WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A
: or attack of the grip. U-H Chamber- South 1'alafoxtreet.. h. .
It' I lainV Cou,h Htmpaud! are 1 I liu'-hand will be all mules when .
; you Thos. C. Watson & Co., THISVINTEIt: THAN KVEK liEI-UUK:,
.i.wte' certain to be more than; ,leaved withthe iow .tie lour i..ldnPJI' be tees the n-tultv iJ
t:r i s quick cure which it afford. For Dr'n I'Mlsoim'a'" LH.HH" : 1::1. uam.plefrte the leading: Heal: K-tate Agent take
t AddtunagItcwedvo.tbuue-ott V all the worry oil the shoulders of the The way ton man s heart Is through 0 SEND US YOUR ORDERS NOW
sale all drurrgi-t and medicine
by .. owners of the I his dtoniHCh
!'nllr lo lulc-li I III- liinr.Mies property manage
k"$! dealer renting of their houses and the collection > it
-- A I ir in an old l'eur\vlvnnia! 'se O3\ilTrtlo Brand Baking Olsen & Co.
., of their rent* a* cou,:ciVntiously Thompson, ,
-t.1 Old Man Slain In Quarrel. ('( Ik :-'t' \\ao> i.i :uliuliit, a I't. \ in J Powder and everybody will Jt
as they would theinelve <
Clajton. ra. Alarm: 11-In a dUll La ti II. or a sleepy IcmUitu l youth lie le hapy |
J'i.- Their charge are reasonable. Manresa Street Telephone 147.
t ; very ] ,
take the .
'ul0' on Saturday >ftwc ii I'aHiu }-.I
,,.. ; '' j is that the of ''" 5 Your Grocer Keeps It. {
ut top twtlvt-
..f t York and Charles Halll" '. the latter pap TOBACCO SPIT '
.' tuMnmeil! fatal injurirs from which! he "1 don't I..IIUwas the iirompt, re- DON'T and S M O K n !. ESTABLISHED 1863.

'.4'111't died. Ramey was vT: 'years old and ply."Why 1ourLlfeawayl.u i N..H..............5...NJIeBet -
; : not?" thundered tin professor v-< ranv cured of any form ot, tobacco
;: using
York Is about 45 No one witnessed
',.tl'l : 'I have been that u-J). 1* male well! strung tmpr.ffic. full ..4nrw -------- McKENZIE OERTING} & CO.
j harping on construction
11 ,1" the" alters ation I < vrnpt York's! wife Thftrouble ; life and vigor 1 y taking 110.TO.SAC. .
all term" maV's weak '
rientroiig. Many gnu
,4 ( orleinatecj c-onrerninc the dis-
I t' tea |'juinl< in ten uavs Over SOO.OOO o -blALIKg IS-'
I "I 1 knownti. !ha\e. j>rofi'!'Kor. was! 0
t 1 'I I .l i popsobsion of Hanicus tenant of curtd.n ilriK I.lq. Cure guarante..t. "'l .k-
(' the weft n'I'|' .t. "but I lu.ent caught; let aid! a'\\1-e JkEF.Jdre.q STERLING
c. ". ,>t ; ,I: : York. York is 'lIfill..1! in jail on them I the tune yet ki'a 1.ln' CO.. cUagotr New \otk. 4J7 : Ship Chandlery and General Hardware
f'.}l 1 I l' charge: of r nrdt'rl -

'l.tF! 11 '! FOLLY'S HONEY AND TAR 'I The man who owns nis own tame 603 AND BOS S. PAlA.\KOX 8TKKKT.A.C3H3ISJOTT .
> : M: '. .r injures tirn elf against lots of U/9i8
fJ,;t t f: '(11 ll'; I Cures cough\ and cold CASTORIAFor I trouble and worry. Nobody can ey --

iiI! at ti Curt' raise hi* rent, and the rent day has REVERE COPPER COMPANY: JOHN ROEBLINO'8 KONH Ll .*
;' t..J! Cnre and whooping c"l1lh. II Infants and Children.
r1't..tlj croup. and bronchial no terrors for him. It'sea-y to owna And the Best Liqiuir> GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE A. RUHHEL 4 HON'S PUMPfEIITII
hoar *
Cure -ne
r home now-a-day Thos. C ,
) -. i I P! troubles I The Kind You Have Always Bougtl Watson & Co. can tell you b. weivitis. of :all kind served b> Ccrdm Piliti Ills luticil lutuiiiti, kirti, litkin. IktuCOMPASSES. ,
fy .
.1 and! I It
; ,I' Cure pneumonia grippe. Call and see them.EvwjfWoman. Plite and Courteom
t-f < tf t 1v..1.I' + tat t- Bears theSignature // LOGS. ETU
c II 1' fox t-treet. ofEverybody -:: C. McKenzie Oertin? Collecting Agent for Bar: Pilots' Henavolent; Aciation. ,

1 I Pyny1tal.atn tiop.the Tic kllni;, r FULL MEASURE UNO .
t l
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II!< i t J acJ Q OA.k'jr*-AIatwtawtuewclahr'Onw. ha little fiji fiNE ,
'I| ,.I;I > aright to :a at" ut the Wl 'utfjlMRIL DUllnY. "
1\ .:: 1II1WIFEU\ piece of this earth. Hut they inu-tfl Whirling Spray ,,,.

?ht for it. They iuu-t watch t:leir \:;' .,.. th'a'w tgiul.l,1./r.' .' /. ..heeP .. NNHEISSER BROS., 1.1 CURE YOURSELF PENNYROYAL PILLS
The uuierignedtakes thi* method chance to get it. and get it. ,- & I. M'-tC' 11--. CtR 0 1'... Elfti for nnn.firildiKkargrflLflanimatiuD9
v flit
: 1 cf ollering her services a* U I ltI AGENTS FOB THE CELEBRATED: I.Itst/.ri. P SMIIOrlf."l"7.4t:""* -
j ulu-rtii.DS
6a.r..aetrntatrua ut
i Thos. C. Watson & Co :;;:::: f 'fv t Vi *- inmi ini M.I I'HpV
'l midwife haya tf wewunnrrrmmti /
) flrt-cU" licensed k y..r 4rurUt br ItIL I L w Harper flashy.Main .Ii.I'IwttaA mnroix .., ./
and dKS, ktner 4u1J -' '
P.mleu out ulna
fine 'Of r..pi.g ,.
I ItijC had ;So year: experience. have some particularly bargain ? "-'I T"Mhrr.t 1.L..ib.r.a.I.NI.qn.
:II 'K' t L.acwp' nu aw HEEri.sCHEGiCO, aeatrpnla OuluIaC1aaTyo 1 .. .. .
1 Can hive best of reference from to offer jut, now, and they invite >,i.t wVdKr. :. rf'rll I V fJ Hou-e 401 S. Palafox tlee:. oM by Dr nhta, f .-.. tl.... P. ...Wil.u./.. ; ...n r ,. I, --
E_ i Jt'idin'-lhy..ici\lIJ: of this city. you to come and investigate !I.,IDe. lu'.I..I"luilliirti 'I1..roar..I"" k-. .... It+11' tw. -In- L R. R. E"chanee-O '1'. Urion Depot pDa, or sent la plain wrapper, V1 t_* B.k ...."..K'"t":.. -r..Un."'.'.'....."T....","....".."..1.*.

'( rr 'I :\IR8..OlDDEXI'I.Ul1 You will never: regret having done .11.\.12):1.3: >. :1KLtO.., v [ P. O. Box 2S<1. Penaacola Fla. If 0)cipmi or J tvtlk., fircpani. .,.ts.Cucell.r .(utII A x?- 'r.P .".*.. ...u. !.. -.. I.fc'..-.'..a'.J l*.-.

i 111 South DeVilliers Bt.I : eo. ItOul1l 1.:'L HUlt-S UI. ;\t''' I Ii.cI& Phones 116-2:8. (cut n nJar/t. A"'4_ +...c 7ry1<. 'I.d iu 1.klrkr.l hu...r. 1-UiLA I'4

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\ I How many mothers realize that when i CARVED JEWISH MERCHANT. SMOTHER: A COUGH. NOriCE OP DISSOLUTION. l !

'jFfICEOF BOSTON STRIKE NOW the baby's advent is expected they need : The partnership heretofore exUt-
strength for two instead of one. Worn-* j
His Columbus Man
THEA0'RALrg Wages Garnisheed i ing between the undersigned under
1'.4 en, weak, nervous, "just able to drag II
'''' Seeks Revenge. Press your hand hard the firm name of Wolfe & Reee has
( around find confronted
;. 3 themselves
1747 RSod
INVOLVES20.000MENManufactories Columbus Ga., March 11.-A sensational been dissolved this 26th day of February t
hand A.rnjo with coming maternity.. They have mouth and
,. ,
enough over
j .
I, not strength enough for themselves how cutting; affray occurred on your I 1902, by mutual consent.J. I
can they have strecfrth to give a child? Twelfth street near: Broad yesterday ;ou can smotker a cough but EMMET
I' "" Have Been Seriously We don't look tot the birth of strong i i afternoon. Ben Autrey. a young white I R. P. REESE.

... ',,". \USHI'GrO ideas from a weak mind. Why should I man walked up to Dave Greentree, a :ou can't cure it that \va\ Feb. :!61aw.lm

., _:. ,-.t.i.; :' Crippled. we from expect weak the mothers birth of strong children prominent Jewish merchant and seizIng 'f The outside i ia the wrong end I

,' :... ;, Y The way to ensure health and strength him with one hand; plunged a sharp .o work on.Scott's $:::-:;. U.VC1XE L.U' CH.5: '
MORE HELP PROMISED STRIKERS to mother and child knife rnto his throat with the other. [

is to use Dr. Pierce's The lunge was a powerful one. and. The prettiest launch H the Racine
Feb. 18 1001K. Emulsion thoroughly I Launch. 16 foot one-H. P., seats six
Favorite Prescription the knife went through,: the lower portion -,
Though Every Effort Has Been Made I I runs very fast. The Racine Launch
Brezier Co. I 1 I as a preparative for of :Mr. Greentree's left ear and cut't cures coughs because it U the one adopted by the Pan-Amer-
motherhood. It
to Settle Differences, They Have So 5 6 inches in the neck !
a gash or long ican Exposition! in Buffalo because
Chicago. brings tie mother'sstrength itrikes at the root of the
Far Proven Futile and the Union to therequirements and throat. the end of the gash being they are the best, more reliable than p
_ _
:>:,ntleen--I have up of nature well umVer: the chin. Autrey made but I trouble. The throat and lungs !I any other; they are simple, sea.
Continue to Gain In Fight1oston
Dandruff so that she has one stab and then fi(il. lie was afterwards I worthy safe and full guarantee.
Coke need a regular :system of education Lippiimt brothers H.vvannah Ga.,
March 1.:!,-The btrikt of 600 strength to give her : captured in Phenix City. lIe I! I
:'e for the past child. It nourishes are agents from the manufacturers,
New York. Now Haven and Hartford i had a pistol concealed on his person. | ti) cure Tin old cough. and a stock of these boats at all
the nerves and so I carry
..r and found it an raihoaj freight han,ll'rhhah! be quiets them. It entourages Mr. Ortcntrce went to a drug store, j I time; sizes: 18 ft., 21 ft., 25 ft., on

.. Client preparar gao last 8atll lay has exltn.h.,1.! until a natural I I where he received surgical at(
now ther aif iii.timj nun idle in this di appetite and induces While his wound serious his attending I Emulsion and | notice ; trial given to any one wishing -

< itv Of lh ,-i3: ,nun to :;.4I"I 1 w.-rc cut, _ ttlre hing sleep. j'hjbiclan says it will not be fa II :; coughs to purchase.

t : I' f>>' iiiacutatunug lomi-rns _ 3- Favorite I'rtscnp- tal. Had the knife gone a quarter of is: that, \\ hilc Scott's Emulsion I LIPPMAN BROTHERS,

: -c ... ":- \vhu h ha\'.' \betn !,'itU.ivn .41 tiou makes! weak an Inch farther it is said it would! \ j mutT Savannah Ga.
women strong andsi i duo, soothe the rathroat and I
1 have killed him. The gash was quite
I l.tidUM* of tit '!Ifll"ult01: :Ian well.

L ,iliit.1muM! The \al'lon"! i 1.11's oi in, ,k!h-n women' is no a.cohol; a bad one the flesh ung laid bare lungs it also nourishes and LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS.

(.'i-i'\ tiiKitly r.'p i riM IJt.-d i Iy, th, .' ,- J ._,/ in 'I'1 orite 1're- for some distance. heals the inflamed -
Mi'M!i ilH 1\1'1"11! fn'.jjht hamll-1 -;; "n;,' <'n" and it is Autrey had been owing Mr. Green- areas.

". \, ,, .. ,''.''.'.".,. .....;.....,. IV!... of $b.2o:! for neatly 7 I ATTACHMENT NOTICE.
!.tll' i unit, !, nn.n..t, .. ", Iiim'.. ,, li.iT...... .m.. '.. : t"M tree an account
p -p.11..1 --"" "- "- inflamed tissue ID r-i-Atiibia ofHor'il.i.
,' It replaces county circuit court btat
: : I..rioUcs. ,
camnt his
Mr. Greentree garnisheed .
-- 1).1'berte'1. tailed; hXMtchmtn, If tU' t l "I \\"-, t :. "" it:, \ tilt: iTftt bentfitmywit. ; at Swift's factory where he was | with tissue-the only M. KGnnznltzs
healthy '
o: tilt strike l I..d.i i- 'ir. 'i "tie out ,, i wages
: 1. 'l. oO' tk1iig your 'ri"Orllel'ro I I \'
today! will sci' tl.i: -_' i'" \ iided to -:.,.,l" r \\r.. ir Kohtn Hardln. of I employed a day or two ago and this real for old Hard..-Nail. J JI JThr
\ !L' Dr.1I1 i. \ I" x r, "II wi. when cure an cough.
,', I tin building tra.1.! i 1.1 i >:> ,i'.d to the h"f 1o.b', ," \. ,' h"1 h&.ird 0 mlle:1: uf ; is what brought on the U'ullhle.I I 1I..1.'n'llIlIlIud. All nilier ptr-oIl5In.
: U c-i.tul i Ci i. ', .ir 'I l to aim
umoii.tmn (-t> .
ti '
', L"iI :' ui ti\ iitiin linit'Ut.on mime!
: :Ut a I n. T' \\ WH" I"ir"; thetaut ,
steamship traf&i t!LiA I...t ."f',,}, &hr {' : Debt Causes Fatal Caarrel. I Ttu du) of April, \. I) l I' :,,
!1. I rot: Hi I.\ Hun ST.I .
., :
to t1.r I' i .1. P! ''OCrIlIOII' 1.\'" mUllth p. \' N \
I '
The busline tlio find! 'H! .
!in .11
n city .. :Miinh 11. At tiloawi Attor l'hunt1I.
.1'I .1. 1\'. !. Illt'T : f..n' b rh,' "oOln't' ba".a fin' hrallhyItl Pat'kl't'shurg'a. I I: : '!* lor :
., : !I.-aki- themsclveb !=tn-:..:< 11.1 l.y the strike. !! ..u,: 1\'" ..c'.l.' \4 ,Yo lUailll n,.mg daylight this Joe Iialv wa 1
i! 'bl'l.n to Ihc ." ''', I'r, 1'11'11"11 t., f..ilhuJyalcoJftlil. t
Many onferei.ct han held the shot and ilh d b.v John Kyle: night
.1 "'.h" turn ,, I. ::r : '.r" V.e hall rec.ciuniend ,
I .I "L at th i; influence of the tm(' fcdration has I It '" h, I e.r we can'S i ele.k,|it the Hotel Prin('" Tiny ijuar T HE NEW GROCERY STORE.MOVER J

"' 'I" \\all, r'i. :| been invoked\ and the statt- hoard of' Dr. Pienv's Common Sense Medical reled over some money w huh K:>'lc I.

it. iidiiu. and 1 I arbitration had tried to find a ground Adviser! pa-LT; covers i,; semiSrt'c oureceijt I was keeping for a fiit-nd\ and Daly 0-- -=- =--- = == =:::::::::::: --t)
for agreement bw"PII the parties at !' oi 21 I ic-cent! stamps to lay
i i I wanted. For a while he threw bricks
ti iil' uite room last f Address Dr.
mailing onlv
: war but! hen j is little (-ou- exjnse I
R. V Pierce. Hullalo, N. Y. at Kyle who shot him twice! throughthe WILL
I fidenie that the dtiiitI result will! beI body. ,

I reached by these m ans. i
'iI"-!: yield quickly to There is great hojw that a meeting !' Strike\ on Northern Pacific. i' Keeps a Complete, First-Class, Up-to-Date Stock 1
Mteoula. Mi-nt. al't'h 12-The strike A Printer Greatly Surprised.
i'urativp qualities arrar.s o>t d by (Jovernor 1'rar.f t,. twecn
situation tn! Rocky mountain divl in of Fine Staple and Groceries.
1 'v uinl Tar. TitHe iMt < the lalior healers l lailnud ofSeials and on "I never was so much Burpried Fancy tN"
a* s;<>.->d." \\'. .\. sion of the Northern Pacitii has as- mylife, a; I wa with the results!' of !
Ult>hauls to he held at the btatthouse
:.U!! :South 1 I today will show some way out. I II I': sumcd a graver JIIP't The committee uin.t; ; Chamberlain's Pain Balm," 30 W. Covernment St., Salisbury Block. t
of the trainmen and switchmen'sunion
--- i The New Yoik. Now lla\tn and ays Henry T. Crook. presman, of lii.EPIIO.\K: :iJ'JT.
called out the trainmen and the Asheville N. C Jazette. "I
I! Hartford road and tin- Boston and Al- ( )
001! to bf made
money switchmen of the Helena.\ Unite and contracted a severe ca-e of rheunia-
". i" ,".tof it. .\ ff-ul e- I 1 bany axsteiu of the N<-\\ York CVntral Wallace yards and, all work trains operating ti-m early Iat winter by :getting: my F. c. BREST. WL H KNOWLtH, W. K. HYEK JR., J. 8, KEESE.
a finder-board to liar forr-es adequate to handle all traffic -
.u illy feet wet. I tried several things for
between Doer Lodge andThompson's Presdl'lIt.'lCI"Pre8IdolIt.. Ctstittr. Au't C.8hl r.
Thos. 'C. Watson & ThenIs I trouble the bencht. Oue while
: no over 1 it without day
Palls.!: Hut four tl .Ins
('0.. i I.'..' H.U Kifite: firm movement of outgoing; freight, hutimonnnp looking over the Gazette, I noticed
.1, have moved out of the since
which! it would
that Pain lUlm was positively guaranteed -
luerchandisn has accumulated
w J 1 I.. toO cuii-idfr. Ctol -i Monday, thoae IIPIH? made up by. the : to cure rheumati-in, sobought First National Bank
formidable The Hoston
"- l t:: mid don't waitMlHI in quantity.: yardmaster .,and his assistant ant, taken a bottle of it aud before n-
and Maine road has loot
not yet its reg-
out bv new men. iu;.; two third. of it my rhetimati-m
,i.lai: tone of freight handlers anti I had taken ito; IIi.t! and I have not .

!, i but with teaming tied their I 1 -mce" Ndd OF
,f ) -AP43V CAflIATIC n up $50,000 Fire at Dyersburg. Tenn. had a rheumatic pain PENSACOLA. FLA.

fr i0lu hoiivh and yards are becoming; Memphis. Tenn. March 12.: -The Illinois i by all druB'iits;;;; and medicine deal-

--d, like those of other lines. t'r ,
roiiK Central depot at D.versbure) :, DIn.EOTO: ::: II.

A; it.-,-meins have been made for the Tern.. was burned early this mornirp! Alleged Postal Thief Caught.! WM. H. KNOWLE8 W. A. BLOUXT F. C. BRENT tf. K. HYER. JR-

ID :IJJHJ!! ";: ti i:"-:' i ol through freight without de- together; with five cars loaded with Oothran. Ga: M.trrh --lIflil'l'r i P. D. O. BRENT,

la> men'handisc on a side tra>-k. The loss L. I..vies has caittimd uini! I f"\.1\ .I in

ir sod !In bulk. Ti! > !longshoremen arc out and the : to the railroad company is about $;;0,- Jail Floyd Barton a nemo ih.ireed

"- 05' "to Sill nnii rial! anuot be moved in the ('oastwi l 1 IMMI The fire is tiiposed to have been 1 with breaking open and rn'ibing' : (h. rmi A i4 mnU b A&n 9 Ul_ A t m"We I 1L

->' docks which are beooinin: badly : started by a spark! from a \parsing loco depot and postofliio 1'11/1| :< last

piled UI! with merchandise. mot l\0, :i week. lories says that he rlunus h., has

II" ,r /. I t', take The strike of the coal teamsters pre- .--.----- suflicit nt evidence to ,'Ollt! \Ha.: 'ton,
i : ,. draw our own Bills of Exchange on Great Britain Ireland
: 'r .t I' 1:'_'"; seats one of the inot alarming fra- ,
I : ,"1 lures of the trouble, as it nunacea I Germany, France, Austria, Italy: Holland, Hpain, Belgium, Raaala, Norway
11; > 1'I I"i Yield rupidly; to the wonderfulcurative Magnate Morgan at Jekyl.
Hweden Denmark and other European countries.
\ not only many industries, but also the Brunswick. Ga.. Man h 12J Pier f
i ," of
-1 ana healing qmlities
; ; -
'0\\ :. I;r vt-liare of householders and elC'dal, Foley's lloney and Tar. It presents pout .Morgan and I pain ni t'iv.l in B "Voxels Disbursed upon 'hot Most Favorable Terms, and the!)
t L h th! jifople in the poorer quarters and from P.runswi dfii' The\ Ta-ten
"t- pnc-utnonu coiHiunptioti a jesterdaj rnonn Obligations Payable at Port Destination Ten or Fifteen Days I
ii\l. M 1 1 1. ". I'l- 1! tI i i !'IVEffects, hard cl.I ettled on tlie Inn?*. \V. left immediatelv lor Jekxl I isUiid after Vessel Arrives there.JWSafety .

C,4i.- i41&y N.w',. .\. })'AI mbertP, PJ1:! outh Palafox where they will spi'ii1! o'\1 lal day on
Felt In New York. I i-treet. Deposit Boxes for Rent In Connection
, the island baring nuaituo at the JSanbSouti. : ,
r/II/,11)11 .JinlresQlj t :\l'Y II Ii. March 12.-The {..feltsl Fire- -;-At-Oakman-- --, Ky _ _ with which we hare a Private Apartment for the U..

_""."// V frr the celelraletrefrigerators of tin stuke of freight handlers and' I.oui\ ilh', Ky.. Mart 12!,-.\ special af Rentn)"... ,
This Will Interest Man. _
I. I". s s \l>iimen in Bofcton were felt here J.
to The evening Post from Paducali,
'n !"'I.IPassi'n who arrived : To quickly introduce 15. P. 15.Ilotanic .
f' t'rs on i : s"News has reached th'
lIiI I ... u : WICKESCO.
( BId! IJaliu the famououthern *
trams from Boston said they haJ ex'
('\1of the burning of Oaktnn, lUck
I'tltfll'letl. i"ii j i. ne.'d {difficult in getting thenMS" ; man county a town of 4i>'. inhabi I blond cure i into new

C RTOrt.IA.: : : .(--- tl' the trains and that tht' ,I\ tan I;;, The origin .)f the fire is nol)t h01l1f'?, we triil will enU, ub-olutely frte.10'KH .
a..zrZ. ii au-ied mmh trouble in othei: ) : treatmentliot.inic 1 Plambep Gas and Steam i
4 : i known. lilot d liahn i I.! B. H. quickly cure Fitter
,HS, AS perishable freight is noi! ,
old ulcer, ;scrofula, eczema: itchingkin ,
< { L Premier Ross' Wife Dies. and blood humor-, cancer eat ,

.1!i... .lisli...._ _fnr__ tliiu.___ filvia n.' ,, _!_\ _tlinriHow's ___. Toronto Ont. March t-\Irs: ; Hoss i IIife;{ -teri II.' ilJrl<;*, boil.,carbu tlcle No. & South Palafox Street '
If' I i 11-n-ivc All Kinds 01 Plambiu; and Ga Fitting Materials
pimple- eruptionpain Kept on
wife of lion OV.: floss, premier of
CATARRHCOLD'i in honeor joint-, rheumati-m, ca- '; .2S '. PKWHAroi.A. "'1\
\ the province died v<'ry suddenly to .
IhiiV. tarrh. <>r any blond or ,.kin I trouble.
day. Mrs. floss had! been In good Botanic Klood! K:ilm K. K. 11. > lifnl- -
: LYStc4E4M \ .. ..fY.,One Hundred/ l), llIN rew.uti health and only recently retained from everyore or pin.pie, makes the THE GARDEN SECTION

BA.W ; cine of Catarrh that Ottawa.Col. blood pure and rich a.dtops all ::

r j H (can ot bt, aired ty Hall's Catarrh i 3cheand! p.iin-. liotanic: JiloodKalin ocroPensacola I

I"'in- It. P.. 11. |
'biD'A ( thoroughly; tp-tfj I
Residence Burned.
hYFEv 1- J. (' ii -.:-E\'O., Toledo, O. for : oyear-i iu and! privateoractice.
\V, : .. mi.ii r-ifjneil liaveknown Crawford. Ga, March 12.! -Judgellamp : add ha- cured Florida. i

I F JI"U"\ .>'. fllrtlH' Lit 15 :Me\Vhorters fine residence! and jiven up :ir> hopelt. hold at .. .
and In'U, v. him perfectly honorable destroyed by fire last
(' drug -tore-, Jl I per large bottle. For
in all hiti-ii'---, trau-.iction* a iul ', night at 1 o'clock How the fire originated free treatment write to Hlood! Hilm Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.

fiiuiii'ully able to carry out any obligate is not known. Loss $10.
)I. made by tln'ir firm. '>O insurant.For 1'1 e.iid. Dt'-crihe trouble and
'HEADs \Vh.-r: & TRI'\V, with ?2o' frt'e nudicul I adviv..riveu.i Botanic Beautiful Lots for Sale.

,- u: I1 ,- ._ \Vholes.ile! Iru.rgi-t.; i Tcleilo/ O. ISltol I Balm..15. B. 15.) givtlife, :
h, 01 I'!.,t. t- WAi.i'iMt.: KINXVN I & MAKVIXVln the vigor and trensrth to the blood. The"
., .-_. .,,i .I I.-t., \ > "-al l,- I)rllri; -to;, Toledo./ The Complexion. tIer line-t; !Mlood: purifier made. P'>tanic 40x137% feet at from $75 to $200 each, accord- j
: I- H '> complexion alwaynfrom "ti
:Hall'Uat.trr.iti i Cure itaken internally ing to location
,,1\ Blood Balm B. H. Ii. give a and surroundings. '
". out: -, acting directly upon the j., hiliou-ue or constipation. healthy lilood; supply to the kin and - -- --
L N, w \ Ilk blood and mucousuifatv-, of the '
I'nlethe 1 how els are kept open the entire .- '5tem.
Price ';':Jc. bottle. :Sold Exceptionally Neighborhood Beautiful View
-y->tem. per ,, impurities from the body appear in : .
ball druzifists. Te-tiuioniaU free.Hall's BANNER High Dry Fertile Lands. .
the form of un-ijhtly eruption Ie'itt's SALVE ,
"T Family PilU are the be-t. ,
\ Little Kiseis the --
K'irly keep -
,' the most healing salvo In tftt worlcfc
\\, / liver and bowel- in healthy condition -- --- The grandest opportunity for investment
Mother can =afely give Folcyshoney and remove the cause of "uch Elegant china closets ever ,

and Tar to their children forcousin trouble... C. K. Hooper. Alb:juy.tia.av .. offered Pensacola.
sideboards and leather- !
"I took IeVitt'sLittIe'KarlyRi -
> :
and cold*. for it contains no .er*. for biliou->ne:.... They were seat chairs at Marston $ Rome Seekers Should See These Lots. 'I I
W. A.
1CORN' opiate or poi-on just what I tipc-ded. I am feelinjr
. D'Alemberte. 121 S. P.ilifox.: : better now than in year-" Never Quina'S' Low prices; easy I

gripe or ditrelale, thorough and {payments. ', .A. VTcTu.bTbsCorner = H:1
irentle. 'l'hf'"ery he-t pill. 11irgis'i -_ _
PAINT Kentucky Bank Looted. John Sheppard Sidney :
I Ini. Pharmacy.
News'astb. Ky.: March 12.-The Kahn. ti>=GOLA=GJ Garden and Alcnniz Streets. ,

i i Bunions and Warts.e. hank of Newcastle was robbed of $to' --- --

iI I iI .y pcrTia3cfltY P'li, cash a lot of jewelry belonging to You will have pride in you own Grist and Corn Meal Mills, -- I

I ... _u *.wy'. IsaacV Kelly its pres' 'lent and $:iftl) flower gardens if they are on your A. :::M: .A. \
s Cua Faj.BROS.. .4&IT'ps worth of stamps deposit .d 1 by the postmaster own ground. Your husband can buy P.\ F. GONZALEZ 4 CO., Prop t, I IM very
\ a home, and he can do it now, although nnf ctcrenCHOICEMKALAMI
iJ t \ \ .'ary! this morning. Citizens he may think otherwise. ITIIKGKOUNDSTOCK ,

8Ock. were armi' d. but were held at bay riverywonian wants a home of her SIX. 'EORto AVERY A WCiOUOLK
until the robbers made their escape. own and if J \ Patronize Home Indo- for there -
;# Thus. Watson & Co., the every ru.on yon shonld bay your Meal and! OF

Fugitive from Justice Caught leading Real Estate Agents, they rttock heed from the Horn Manufacturer I

f IE Milliards. 0. March 11.-Marshall: can show her how easy it is to get for Your BO doing money you is encourage left III the borne community Indus

drachas: : captured George: Wallace oue. and you In tarn are Ind.rectly bl'lIl'nt@d HARDWARE. 1 H
In fobterlD the home manufacturer yon
J \\h'' e-' aped from the Jefferson county contribute to the came of labor. You 0.. ;
: IJHEY DISEASES jail Alabama, A reward of $y'; U to tbecomrannlty In which you live and I
aurels which eontrlbntca to oar support. Iron, Xail-, Axes, bhoveN, Saw Mill and steamboat
__ tas been offered for his recapture. Ha
-=r L L1t t-upplie*, Cooking and
-- Heating ritovec Paint
Again Oils
I is wanted Alabama for shooting Po- .., Wiudow Glass; Guns, Patois;; and ,
Fishing Tackle.Aate .
, 'Ib. most (alii of all ellsf'A lie -men Kirkley and' Adams oa March ; -

..... 11.. 27.; 1.-"'. n PaN made BxpolttaaPM the Cold i iHedalAwantto and Tinware ami :
WING HOP I GO.ij Ifousefurni&hiiig Goods..

kidneys and bladder right. Revere Giant J
R.IMJ W. A. D'Alem- stitched lieltin:?; Northampton Emery !
nothing injuriou Importers and D..all'ullI- Wheel Co., Liftin &; Rand Powder Co., Johnson's Kal-
berte, 121: rv uth Palafox street. 'oniine. Iron Kini and Kuck Stoves aud Range, Wm. I r'

? ,.. r.e 7 tfundtd. Conttlni i I ,WHISKEY Chinese and Japanese Coups &; Co.'i Raw Hide Lace Leather, Masury's ': : '
Do you want a magnificent Made Railroad Colors. !
fttrt.n: recognized by emI I for little money? If *o, call on Fancy Goods I I i
: Stephenthe jeweler. He will accommodate medals m. Masonic TeID !\ I j :
.tr' le.
physicians u the best 'for you.Foley's T .q FINE CHINA TEAS, | Pensacola, FlaTbli :' ; '

ry and Bladder troubles.FRJCI --- --- I I
31 South Palafox St. eignatore ii oa every box of the gennlo* i
I0c 44 2!." Honey and Tar ,
c8 d Laxative Bromo-Quinine "

A L .\LE BE! TE. ,, cures colds, prevents pneumoaia. : Self Ii! DamtEisser Eros. Laundry Office. Pensacola, Fla. the KB.d/ thai emit ..... U 9t. .*,. ,"

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t Fl.Enured, ,second it the ss Post matter.Office at Pensacola, Germs of La Grippe Are Conveyed The 42d Annual Statement for Year

the True
the Atmosphere.
II ; OFFICE :-Htr, Building, Sll}, South Ending December 31st, 1901 of
1 ,
Fr ," P..tox. Itrl't't. -stsirs. So one can escape the La Grippe

+ r Flying Machined germ because when an epidemic of '

t Ii' THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. the disease is prevailing the air is

laden with it. I TB T! E UITUtE UFO !SSQFS& C SOC1 Im
I. B. HILSOX' Managing Editor SIR HIRAM S. MAXIM the World Fwnoiu Inventor !I The reason that everyone does not

: \y, M. BALI Business vI .Tanaer.'ii the disease at the same time is ,
f |HERE arc two factions of engineers interested in have

I in Advance I i because the persons who are enjoying Assets ...
it Terms: Invariably the possibilities: of aerial navigation. They are II: perfect health are ably to successfully $331,038,7
One Year by Mail ., U> T with resist and throw otf the infection : and Other Liabilities
solve Reserve
1 I ., .. 50 the men who seek to the problem apparatuses I 259,910,6SSurplus
ttix Months : while those, who for any
1 One Reek by Carrier Payable Monday 10 lighter than the air and whose researches reason are not in the best of health, ---

I Jj rerlisi.g Rates Furnished on tpplicatian \ are necessarily limited because such constructions fall ready victims. (From wbich D1rldCII s are Pain $ 71,129.043

.- ',_ ) are at the complete mercy of the wind, and then

there are the men who believe that aerial naviga- f I II q[ Paid to Policyholders in 1901 S 27,714,621

! J tion may be accomplished by apparatuses heavier than the air. II New Insurance in 1901. $245,912,057

L" : t' An ordinary balloon, which merely rises in the air and travels I I Total Ins. in force Dec. 31, 1901, $1,179.276.725
) I
, ESL e TELEPHONE NO. 118. with the wind, is a simple apparatus, but an elongated balloon, provided
t; I Notwithstanding the greater financial strength of the s
; a'4 MARCH ))3 1902. with motive power, is delicate and fragile. As the apparatusis ., _
t n i ,1 POTBAOOLA, greater security which its; policy-holders thereby enjoy: fLOW ,

I i 11t1 Iw lighter than air, it does not have to be provided with any outside and GUARANTEES better than given by ether c.>:; ; ,
: $
NUW that the New York Bun H i in lifting apparatus, which is a DC'cessarpart of a true flying machine. I I

i 1' lv I&? $, the hand; lIf a newspaper man its When a balloon is once in the air, the aeronaut can stop or start, I KNDTffLEB HRDB. Den.K. Agents
,t A ; truce will become a union cilice.Hfcn ;
i ..4 _._- --- go fast or slow and steer to the right or left without any danger ofa I ,

i ( 'i.K look out for the handsome : sudden drop; BUT WITH A TKCE ILYIXG MACHINE 309 :\. Street. 1'EXSACOLA. FLA .
' ,v }4tn1 wunlanwtthuie lead dollars. She' THE LIFTING EFFECT MUST BE PRODUCED BY 1t\ -

a M li 'Ttv might catch you out with one of : PROGRAM CONFEDERATE OIL STRUCK
WIXGS BLADES AEROPLANES which run over the air
:, ..rt them. I''I You can strike oil bM. \

d4'1 at a high speed and raise themselves and the machine by pressing r VETERAN'S REUNION Pryor's big furnit
\ 1INIA'tsconstitutional convention -
t and 22 We-t Uovertiti
1-1' has been in session nine months : the air downward With such an apparatus a high speed of tho DEFUNIAK SPRINGS MCH. 15 We have nothing but bjt.

I ; I and has nut yet settled the frau-'I planes or blades is necessary ; otherwise no lifting effect is produced, 1 fer miss in them.all clauses of fumr I: .

l. chive problem.--. ---- I and as the apparatus is much heavier than the air its natural tendency The first symptoms are thoe of Opening Prayer-Rev. Dr. Ervin, ':

THAT Illinois railroad conductor is always toward the earth, and any stoppage in the machinery must and acute if catarrh prompt resembling treatment is hard appliedat cold Brigade Chaplain.IVelcomeHon. I Pocket cutler/ an
.+. ( who recently received a bequest of result in a fall. this time, it can ea-ily be broken W.llI.I"nruce.: : sons from the uncut I

d Ul11'U' "lJecall-e of courtesy," knows ;: up; one of the best remedies at this Mu ic-J'.y the band.Repone I cheapest at the II
Welcome H J. E. !
'I r now that I politeness pays. I to 'm. \
1 - -- INFINITELY GREATER THAN THAT ENCOUNTERED IN PRODUCING sold by druggists; everywhere and if Broom" Hardware Co.

,, 1 ; + CAUior.N county people are petitioning BALLOON. STILL I BELIEVE THAT THE taken freely, say one tablet every :
Music[ -By the Hind.
hour or two for two or three: days"" j!
t their board of county corny BALLOON OF THE SANTOS-DUMONT TYPE WILL LEAD of and seriouscomplications '
DIRIGIBLE the danger pneumonia Address Maj-jr: General E. M. I -I I SoA -
jiiioner not to build '! Thought
f a new will be averted. i
t" cou>e. .\ strange proceeding. The Kev. L. E.] Palmer Baptist:
( -k THE GAS BAG WILL BE ELIMINATED. clergyman of CHeColich.., makes j; .Music--By the J'.and.Recitation. I

,, r WHAT io Mark Hanna doing that There days in the when the wind is blowing a statement of interest to all catarrh I' "ThewfJrd: of Robert I BIG SURPRISE !
.f I he doe.u't wind up the llo-ton: arc many year i and grip sulTerers. He says: E. Lee."( U. D. C.i,-:Mi-s Nellie )
A1 I, upward of twenty miles} an hour at but a short distance above the "Stuart's Catarrh Tablets have cer- Richards..Muic. READ THIS :
t" strike and the Norfolk strike with tainly been a blessing to me. I have I
hid Civic Federation peace committee earth.: Admitting that a machine must travel through the air at a used them freely this fall and winter : 3XTI3XV.

e' ? rate of thirty miles an hour in order not to be at the mercy of tho and have found them a safeguard I' Kong Veterans: to pin the chorus)
- :i, against La Grippe and catarrhal "Bonnie Blue Flap: ," (U. I). (;.)- $12.00 Phonographs and Ii, R>
rh "H ES Beauty pay dividend:?" wind, we should find that at such a speed 1,000 pounds of coroplano troubles from which I ha\e suffered Mrs. J. C. Pebley. ords .

asks the Times-Union and Citizen. would lift quite as much as 1,000 pounds of material in a balloon, 1 and for years.conscientiously I feel that 1 recommend can: freely I I Music. $:ij (00 Phonographs; and Ii l h

Why not? Anyhow, the poet says: : and, moreover, the aeroplanes would require vastly loss power to I'th< m." I II Patriotic Song, "Dixie"-L*. D. C. ords. .
Il 1F "Beauty provoketh thieves sooner l Persons who suffer from catarrh of and Confederate Veterans. $ 5.W Phonographs and t5 Kords ,
1 4:, than gold." i drive them through the air than the balloon, even admitting that a I the bead and throat are very sus- I Benediction- plaiu. .

t : balloon could be made strong enough to stand a wind velocity II, ceptible to La Grippe and such will.i Records, per dozen . .
t tr. Lofib retail grocers have I wi find a )pleasant, convenient and safe I It Dazzles The World
miles hour which I doubt. remedy in thi new catarrh cure. Never-Out Patent Oil Lamp
i thirty an ,
Ii united in a revolt against the pracft1 I Stuart's Catarrh Tablets are com- 'I Xo Discovery in medicine has ever
w fj i ; 'I' tice of giving "laguiappe" to their j The new light petroleum and gasoline motors give off the powerof | posed entirely of harmless antiseptics created one quarter of the excitement Morgan fe Wright Inside Tub-
. ,
1't' : thathabeen cau-ed by Dr.King's No. 1. Best Duality
t. t patron:. They should have waited i a horse while having only the weight of a large barnyard, fo.lanJ I and may be u-ed as freely as : New DUeovery for Coti
,: I I4\ until after the exposition. [I necessary a-5 they contain no cocaine mnp- Good Second-hand Ladies'Oeuts' at.'I'l
\1 t I the new frames of aluminium and magnesium have the te-usilo 1! opiate or poisonous drug of tion. It's", severest test nave been Bicycle ranging :n

I : on hopeleaa victims of Consumption, .. .. .. .
11.'l. ; I I TKEASI-KEI! ; WiimiKtn has forWarded : strength: and stiffness of wrought iron. Thus the engineer has a light I. any kind. Pneumonia, Hemorrhage, Pleurisy price from #I2.? > t-

the and Brouchiti, thousands of whomit Tennis Baseball
to secretary: of the Mc- : I I.rGolf !
'y'' and powerful motor and a light and strong material quite unobtainable i I has restored health. Tackle,
'I Kiuley National Memorial As,;ociatiou j RIVAL TO SANTOS DUMONT. to perfect FNhing Sporting and
.. t i I I ) a few I For Cough, Cold, Asthma, Croup, Athletic Goods of All Kind-
the sum of ff'c'x;! contributed by: years ago. J' Fever, Hoar=enesand
Hay Whoop-
//t citizens of Florida to the memorial With these it now becomes n comparatively easy matter to conduct j Englishman for Constructing Brt; sh Army.Flying Ship i i I ing Cough it is the quickest, surest Morgan Set.& Wright Double. .Tire i.
fund. cure in the world. It is sold by W.
a true flying machine, AND I FEEL CERTAIN THAT New Ymklanh: 12.Details\ of a D'Alemberte who guarantees 1
A. satisfaction -
:!1t.1\! \ "Ii.I r Tilt Leeburg Commercial wants SUCH MACHINES WILL :MAKE: THEIR APPEARANCE flying! machine which IIr. C. F. mutton i or refundthe mousy Now Is Your Time!

Is ronstructin for the war office were Large bottles Me and Jl.OU. Trial l
\..: h\ I : to know if We.-t Florida will "belp I INSIDE OF THE NEXT DECADE. i' Mail Orders Promptly Hand!
bottles free.Seasonable
I' ;, given l>} him in a |paper read at ameeting
: .f put up the money" if Tallahaeeliid .,
----- --- -
j. ot the Aeronautical! society
bids for the next state fair. Won't :
1 says the London ('urre-i"oi.ilect of The household
have Tallaha SUNDAY I
(t to. ;ee can handle NEW
Herald \\and kitchen utensils at the I

I alone.tbat end of the proposition easily I PYRITES EXPECTEDThe The ma' blue Le evplaim-d. Is a combination !\ 11 LUis Hardware Co.'s.dl 1 p. B. Bruce

SCHOOL ROOM of f3S"sbt'l and strew pro- I I
--- --- --
i It*'Her principle. the balloon being I
rt NiAi'CILA'" threatened! rival port Spiai-h stt.lm-hip Xortzirak 329 S. Palafox street
flsh-shajied and divided internally into I
I I I 15 8. Palafox.
I at St.: Joseph is aha; been." The IVit, which wa. here some time ago. four compartments The driving will Le found an elegant ,

"Philadelphia capitali-ts"; did not H expected to again arrive this week' TO BE BUILT BY THE PRESBYTERIAN mechanism consists of s\! screw propellers Pool and Billiard Parlor.

thow up and the I.. Ac N. is aid to an 1 will bring; a big cargo of iron'' coupled to niotois. The most fastidious and I II I

,. have bought what there wa of the pyrites for the ioulding Fertilizer CHURCH ON THEIR LOT Sir Hiram :Maxim, alto presided around -

projected railroad from Dothau, mpu; >y. r>he is cot-i;;ned to the thought the n.odel contained: more exacting can come I

Ala., to the bay. Gulf Tnn-it Company and will reload -I NORTH OF THE CHURCH. mechanism than it could carry. and pass their leisure moments I Ii i II h-

fur European ports with a micellaueou -- Sir Hiram Maxim: took occasion also without fear of coming I I
.." Ii'Ii. ALA U.I', perhapby the possibility cargo. to deny that he had offered a prize of in contact with disorderly 'I % j jA jI
.. 1 of the abuli-hment of duties: 'I Plans for a new Sunday -chool I1O1l.o H to be competed for at the St.
i conduct The best of [I
f' ou printing: paper and its materials, Stri' eJ a Rich Find room to b-paced on the lot in the Louis exposition airship contests He I jy
I liowexrr. he said, to offera order will be maintainedat
is prepared
of the church
the dealer* have organized a trust, ''I wa tri'Ub ed for several year rear Presbyterian
is with a capital of ten million, for : with chronic indige-tiou and nerv- have been prepared and have been large sum of money for a prize if a all times.
'" writeF.. J. Green, of really practicable and tried airship is -. -
their "protection.," The time ,'I/U< d<-tili\ accepted from the architect.The I
LiniM'ter.'N. H., "No remedy helped : prodwd. Regular communication
; I coins when consumers will take the me until 1 begun u-iug Electric specifications state that the of E-cambu: Lodge No. I, ,

f t hint and organize for their own Bittern, which did me more good I new building; shall be a two-s-tory ARMED MEN GO TO THE MINES. G 13, F. & A. M., at S o'clock :
: l. ; "protection." They need it. than; all the medicine- ever u-.ed. affair, neatly modelled with two p. m. Monday, March lath I
I;. 1'hEhan' al-o wife in i-itiuR brethren invited.
kept excellent
my I rooms on the second floor, and eight
health for Outbreak Feared In Coal Fields of HAKKY W. Oums,
CHAIRMAN BTHTCIX of the rivers years. Sheaja
J. :, Electric lIittf'r" are jutplendid; for rooms on the first floor the entrancesto Virginia. W. D'C. KKPSI.KK, Secreurv.
and harbors explains the female! trouble* ; that they are a be from two directions, and both Bristol! Tenn.. :Man! l:-A party of \\'. M. I
I dinner
or tai a
} I absence from the committee! l.illof grand tonic and inviirora or for weak entrances tibuled. Brick will be men armed with \Yitichesters.: left Quite
I an appropriation for the Cooa river run down women. No other medicine timed for construction work entirely. Bristol yesterday afternoon for thesouthwest If you want nice present to give well appointed
r iuipnnement-which was to knock can take us place in our fami to a friend, go and look through the Little Lunch Dining Room
Virginia! coal fields where
The church at is full (
f ly." Try them. Oil''." uOc. Hati- yard present elegant line of suitable articles at where the food is excellent and weh
. t'Ut Pen-acola' export coal tradeby faction guaranteed by W. A.D'.1lemberte. of brick, which has been placed an outbreak is feared on account of ''J, I. Stephens you surely can find served, will be.i treat for the nice-1:
saying in a recent IE-ltf'rto the Montgomery the demands of union: labor ;
I there - } Journal: ''Candidly speaking -- -- -- uninterruptedly when once it is The prospects for a general strike want anything the Diamond line girl in the world or a pleusa:

, I regard the Coo*a project one The finest line of umbrell;; in the have been: on the reas-or ten days. be sure to see him before you buy. change for your wife.
started it is the wish of those
I ; city i U at J. I. :Stephens': (.to look The mine operators have been curtailIng -- --
;J which promises less benefits in pro- who have the in hand have
r at them. matter The 20th() CenturyItestlulrant
I orders for commissary supplies on Buy a new garden hose
poition to the co-t than nearly all of ----- the work started at once.
i\ Ion'tmis= the bargainthat are count of the situation.
\ the smaller projects. the Willis Hardware
The of the from =@
$'*"""'. being ollered in furniture at the capacity Presbyterianchurch :Mine officials: believe! the presence of
: I''r Swell Furniture Hou-*>. :'IJ and 2'J ha been taxed of late by the
I.* In: sweeping decision of the We-t Government. enormous increase in the attendance men: may prevent an outbreak. Company. is just the place- to !bring;. the I I.i'l i .

1 ,, : United stated supreme court in an at this l"undavchool., and the I Everything comes up to their i :' ,
(I Illinois cure, declaring IIIH'on.titu- erection a separate -room' for the Much Work For City Court. Finest smoke; of them all of what is, good and the r..t w
tiuual the anti-trust laws of Illinois children's clauses was made manda Carrollton. Ga. March l-The:: city 'I
Every Exertion Task -Egyptian Armor Cigarettes bother the man who pays the! <
..T' a tory. court of Carrollton. in session here
I (ieorgia, Louisiana, Michigan Montana .
--- has just entered upon the work of at .Kick d po.stle's.POLITICAL Phone 471.
Nebraska, North Carolina
La Grippe Quickly Cured. the rh'jdot\ kf-t. Considerable business -
I iouthl.Ikuta.TenneeseeTexa* and Every Care a BurdenThere i
'In the winter of l bits and lM I has pollen on the docket of the Pearl & Nicolau,
it Id \\ *CtIU-ill, because of exemption wa* taken down with a severe attack court. This tribunal ;is chosen in \preferen '
: theinu, leave practically only the is failure cf the strength: to of what i is called La Grippe," <.e to the superior court in which 216 ri. Palafox rt

I ; federal liw: in force ami that in'ivb do and the power to end..ire there is -.iya 1L.. Hewett a prominentdruk'gnt to administer! business on account of
of Winfield, III. "The
*> expected togo in the Northern ueskr.essall:: ;1 ever" that is persistent I : only frequent sessions, a more speedy determination -
medicine used was two bottleof
+ t" curitie* ca-e jut begun by the at- and: constant: Chamberlain'-", Coujjh Remedy. -It of litigation being assured A ANNOUNCE1ENTS "Kraiiich} & Hach"and

hlrnl'y. ...t1t'ral.'hat'* the tine of broke up the cold and stopped the theiem. The superior court of this -...-. ,_. ... ,
't)' a talking about "!;'o"l'rllml'nt by illjUllctitltl" I The v.tal f functions: are impaired; : coughing like magic, and I have county, heretofore always overcrowded For State Senator. -- I "Lester" 1'ianos

.. 'E!', when our government i t. : food does net nourish, ar.d: : the: *naesystem ; never since" been troubled with has been so relieved by the creation The friends of Hon. W. A. Blount

9 111'! it,'! ti t'1't't'nti.\I1)' administered by and for is run ::;.*-::1. Jrippe. can Chamberlain's always be depended CoughItemedy upon ::\ of the city court that a calendar'' hereby announce him a-< a candidatefor I are unequaled in wtf-tne--. .
for the usual four weeks cannot be State Senator from d'uabilitylfJnIC
the Second standing
)i 1f thetru, ? i iI i to break up a severe cold and
I I A medicine: : that! stress her.s the ward otf any threatened attack of n.ade up 'rorn it$ do<'ket. Senatorial District, and respectfully are preferred by leading u

stcmach.! pneumonia.: It i i.. pleasant to take ak the support of all Democrats -
perfects : :
r I A GUSHER STRUCK! dgesticn. invigorates which makes it the for him at the coming primary.For Agency for "Chickering
too most desir- Blo'An to Atoms. '
i ,f at the Big Furniture house, 'M and 'I aid: tcnes is needed.: able and one of the mo t popular fid idea that the Repreientative. er" and "Crown' piano-
tI The body oma-
112! Weft Uovernmeut street. If you What Ibwd'a !S*r-&r&riil: did for MM I. R. preparation in ue for these ailment timeneee's: a powerful, drastic, ; In piano-players we have
of i= purgative The friends of Scott M. Loftin take
own .
fail to get a puttier! your For sale all "
1 i .rlan.1. >-h..iy! Tenr.. it has dyne| for others. by druggists" pill ha- been exploded for' gems, "Apollo" and "Ctc:
'' ;
this of
fault. We will gush the furniture means announcing him as a''
I your M bl' took it ,.hen she wa. all!l run I.nwith. and medicine dealers. Dr. King's New Life Pill.. whichare .
1 into your hou-e at unheard ofIOll'l'rh't' -- -. I I candidate for Representative in the The ct'lebratpd'ictor M,
We have of it out appPtte lu"ne flr.b. and unable to do : perfectly harmless, gently stimulate :: Legislature i from Escambia.
plenty in ; ,
i 1' county Talking Machine, the fine i
her work. It restored her AH kinds chairs
r t appetite Hxreaurdher of and liver and bowels to ,
all .t'le", from the finest to the expel poisonous and they: desire the support of all world.
rNN cheapest. Yours for bargains, O. M. This weight is her,own and unsolicited nia.le her well! and strong rocking chairs at Marston matter, cleanse the system Democrats in the coming primary.
taieiut-nt. ,
and '
absolutely cure
Violin, Mandolin and Ou.t
Pryor. -- --- tliina's., Prices are tick Headache. For
2Cc Representative.
1+ i. -- Hood's SarsaparillaPromises very Only at reduced prices.;
? The flne-t line of sterling silver' low. W. A. D'Alemberte's_ drug store. i The friends of Henry C. Clopton
{ M l 1 good and silver novelties i i" to be to cure and keeps' the i announce him as a candidate for

t t found at all.J. I. Stephens'. Prices to' ise. The earlier treatment is prem begunthe Paint, oils, glass and Nick Apostle can supply 'representative' in the Legislature The Clutter e Music How l lt'
lease from E-cambia
#'Nljl ; builders' hardware at the with Egyptian Armor county and request I
better- tega it today. you the support of all democrats in the
li Trr TUB NEW Want Column. I Willis Hardware: Co.'s. Cigarettes. coming democratic primary. 112-114 S. Palafcx St.

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1 Span 69 Madrtleno. Luzarraca! Liverpool
Hue bk Norden, LundDert. Lubeck
It bk Florida Pallerano, tlu..nOiyru Next to purity, the yeast used in brewing is of the
Br ch Greta, :Morrison Havana
utmost importance in beer. Perfect beer: Acquires a

i M CLEARED. perfect yeast, and rarely! docs a brewer find it. I
The are Charged of Holding Up a Country RANGES[ It bit Pensacola.I4.. Ntmonetth by Parodi chemically
.t ('0 for (Genoa with ttil.uuo s ft lumber The Schlitz brewery introduced pure

and 7osItpickets.) S.trw: s (t deal end...,614 yrast in America. It has made Schlitz beer the most
Visitor Relieving Him of $84. pcs oak btavfs value 1..Cf6IIPOKES.
d palatable, healthful beer that is brewed.

The original mother cells form a priceless asset.

1. .. aiiJ Johuuif,! H',bic-' The A vrl's.Italian'as bark spoken orlana on, to hence..b. 19 for in Buenog latitude : -- All the yeast used in Schlitz beer forc\ tr will be developed -

Mrs. Ij. M. Ludlum an K>j'ert DemoiiHtrator mouth,longitude 35 west from them. As a result Schlitz beer will never
,I lored iif.'roe*. were BOB DILLARD'SBAHREAK
and Cook, will l" in I'enftaeola NOTICE TO MARINER vary and

.'. Kla.-Tampa Cut buoy, So. IB, a red drati -
a 1 hrinj; diii <*ri>u* and i March 10. and still make a pers j, class nun was established Marcb 5. 1! J-, inlileetof another
water to mark the entranceof 1 bei-r I lil-p i mMjjamjjiKMU m Ak for Schlitz
AractrrBoth were >nalinit In all persons tiling gas ,, dredged cut from Hillbboro bay to HHIs- M9iiiiiiiiliiSm .hereu-rjouio.
boro river,fanipa, rla., ou the following Schlitz. MILWAUKEEFAMOUS
:"> the county auth ri-I I ranlf'Ii.IiO she will gladly give instructions hearings:

iaUMlen I'oint. >. by \V. ll-lrt W.MiddleiroundBeseonLight. .
'nity warrant char; iighrry and advice about cooking W. .- :! S.
made and the economical use of the ranges barrel make Beacon Light, :-; W. by W.
was againi-t; 1-2 W.Kast.
.. WACON DID NOT SAVE HIM We l>*t>peak for her your hearty" cooperation End of liepot Key. XX W. 1M W.
This buoy U outside of mouth of cut and
'I in prolongation of Its axis and must be left
in the mailer for our mutual -
-- were ideutinVJ, by a to theeustnard In panging.
interests, and you will find her a This notice affect page &i of List of llea
.- man from Chipley cons. Buoys and Imymarks of the SeventhLlgbtbouee
foolish notion held by Robert lady worthy of j our esteem. iMstnct. :-0\t'lIIbur 1, 'I.lIod' ,t
: A- t. iviug robbed him I'. '. Coast and Geodetic Survey Chart No.
DillarJ. a colored transfer wagon 177.

Mflit iu a bold way. driver, has gotten himself into a Very respectfully { By order of the Llgltt-Houce....Board.!-iI (.ER. LEWI5 BEAR & CO.,

.- attend the 1'uited' 'peck of trouble," for he i is held on ('.Commander t'. *. S., Inspector 7th 1.. H. 1

.. :. I ye-terJiy after- two charges of cursing and resisting 1'istrlct. _- I Sole Agents for West Florida
Pensacola Gas Go.
arre" The first charge was made
I check for mileage; ; THE SIIIPPINH. 1-

by A. O. : commercial ,
Spaulding. a
-. lie was a total ---...-.- -.r-v--... v !y
m in, who it is understood. will take VfcSSELU:: : : I'ORT. I 0
i C. F. lEEK, Superintendent. "- ........ -
-"" -- -- -- -
: -uccewled in hak : \ 'o 1 1H
extreme measures against parties > I'i

r fli (....hed .it .l 'I who have detained him on account i Dutch Hordrecbt iiTi: ,, onltrSpaa I '.. ,THE,...
Krortilu, !>;;>>, driutclit-a. to W cKryeert }
ruf the trial causing; him to lose ft-v- B. H. FAIRCHILD, CoStpanlda.1t41. I '' j j
: Ar' no. to(.iulf Transit ('o :

:- catch traiu No. .; eral dates and po.ibljmany contracts tTPIIOLBTI ItT IL: & br Co Margaret!;, Smith, toW LWlltlcb I BOSTON SHOE STORE 5 4

'i. in.. and while i fir: Klplinghum, 1>'4'\<, Johnston, to H li 'I
; Spaulding: transacted his buine i- 38 EAST ROMANA STREET. Buyer .. > <
!-;lut was met by here and to' | !-HIt.& : I
yesterday prepared It AnulhaleNl.ltuturetoorder\ > 111"
Caroet Work and Refinishing furniture a \ ,
l'1f'Y'IIIunt! H d I ,joea-tthU morning. He engaged IIAKKi j/
Specialty. tier Anon.r..V i. Han>>t'n. to s BLCo > :
Dillard to take his to the
but in-teauI baggage
Jepot Kus Albion.\:', !lnltll. to 1-1 S LCo
depot. Phono 40G. It BiHDcbftto nil, :Mortola to Ko'a'co Begs
'. i '.un wp=t On (Iny Brie I
When the trunks had been placedon Aust Beccbdale: Tl.t, I'.atticicb, to B 8 L
!ivlen: and thenceC. to ., The Swellest! .
the and under CoNor
depot platform R. K. WHITE, Cmmtmlore,II*!:, Sorensen toV W t
.. K. of .\. hall. check Dillard claimed that Mr.Kpaulding B/an:!. ., 'I 1
'hmuI.H Jenelerand It CoronH II:;;'. I'.ozzo to order ( Announce The Newest !
him to J J.iyltu: had him the Manufacturing ,. ;
: : not paid Nor Uovre 7i Larsen, to W S KeyserA j ., s- ,

I tiered him lIme transfer fee. The gentleman was Graduate; Optician, CONor; liuncrai' >>NI. PederbrD. to master j IB .,
the All .
which was so hot p itive that: he had, and so informeJ I IS South rtlifox St., ruarola, Hi. Nor; lhmwl.ll7->. W..... to 81i LCo Weights ;
It Llna \1(1. bamboliDO. to Bros
hf'1 the driver. The latter made a It l.lncellUH. r 3, Mortola. to order
.: drink: it aiJ demand for his claim and when Robinson Nor; Magdaltnai'iHelgesentoIU! M Arrival of the 1902 :. All Leathers ;:
.-- I-. \\hichltwa..1 Spaulding refused to Dillard It M arill. \ orderNorNordly.etIM4NilsentoW
pay applied (
THE WEATHER : L Wit- OXFORDS, All Prices t
the mo-t vile names to him t lc tut Colt .'
.: <:
>o>tro Padre.I.. Hreganle.: to ti 5 H'o \
..>. were guiding Police Officer! Benjamin: came up It Peueacolaii42AUUouettlto fsrodl \ ,
: ; I" .
about this time and told Dillard toconsider CoIt: .. .. Jo.e '" .r... .. E.-J;
,.;, I I.; tyleu, the two TODAYIXK Umbmo I. "''A, Anftlde, to KoaeoBros > >"
himself under arrest but ,
:. hill and had PCHOO.NKKS. ..
he -colled at the idea of a "driver in } .
\\, 'I i opposite the I UniMe Sam's service arrestedby ban Atlantic, f>i!', Kasinub-rn to master 11 ? S. Palafox Street.
:'I Am BillieO'.Sein, :lit., :-or1luod.; to uiit.-
FORECAST-Fair and Kri
\ Ji i!! hand into a common policeman." The city > terAm
I day light northerly winds. (Charles L Mitchell Nit\, WaJdson, to
Nathan G. Forcheinier
ttrlutt'd the 'ordinance' had been violated and Jno A MernttA ,
in'' Am Donna Christina Ira, AxcUen to
took DillarJ
; Otiicer Benjamin Temperature in Last 24 Hour: i master Proprtoto 1
me, "Wto got i ..
.. : chart: tlr-t! allowing him to carry Maximum ....... ..... ... 'i 7degreesMinimum I id..Am John K Kraai 4''', Harding, to or- 1 <
... .... .. .... .... t r :Jfl J. _
4 i It the mail; to the postotHce. Before he i ilft Sjd"rl'''e t i Am John R Bergen, fiKJ, halt to mabI .
|, terI
call for the depot and while Officer Elsewhere I I. Ant James B Jordan.*;i. Hem per,to order .
Prflf,1' B'nj"Ulin' back was turned, Dil- Temperature : Am Ljrman l.awh4Biake., to JIIO.Ml'rrllt.l A
r.: :'1 It. Mm. Co '. .' '. '. '.'
I him and threw the Lucia .,. c 2f fr&.' 0 *&&O b COQ .....4'..0 c......oso,i ;'1..o.A..'. .sass. a c ,.r. .
d.!,.' dt lard sprang upon Atlanta... ..... ......M ;4< I i Am Porter : )'arrow to master t": .a .a na < < u -,1".t._t., .--."- -."____. '-'''':-- .
agaiu the the latter's KimnaiYk i.' : I tw -t.t oiticer ; wagon Cnicngo ... ... *i ''i* orderAm'Pendelton ;(1 it. U. KING. K. It. HXKG1S. t.t!2
he id striking the wheel and making Cincinnati.. ... ..... .iw 40) Brothers i'KIlt'.land, '
... \ ... ,. lal\lon ........ .. ._.iOl rd I to orderUPULEAKEn $
'in uirly gash. It was given surgical' Huron .. .. . ......... .V. :I I
t Jackkunvillp .. ,* '" AND HAILED fOK PEN KING & HARGIS'i
\ and the otlicer i is able to be i
Kall''' Lily ...? ... ... ...W 41KryWekt 8ACOL.A.8TIAM8HIPB..
I' ., 7S 7iMemphis $ rr
.. .. .. .....i* 4HMobilv
1 1.... aeaiu-t Dillard I' Aniitcl butch old CardiH Mcb ", VfXi
.. i i-es; were . w 1 MMontfomcry ; t
... ......7! WNew Tt'rtl"ti..r, Md Leghorn| Feb'I'dala
,.. until and ( : I I
N I.y t'I' .. \1'.--' ''. -.j..1; I tomorrow, aspiiuidinB' ; nrli-uns ............._.": & Span, Mid CttdU Feb> :::'> i j ) porti9 ( oods House
'' Franz Horn.lier. sld Hull Ft' >
i* the principal witnessh :\t'\\' Turk .ci I'l I
:, >. sid Las Talmas March 2X.orUlrak. ,
.. .
,1 I J. k. .. -,, fits -.araiinnti .._. "J 'q .
;j' w a- forced to remain over. For .St. Louis ..*> 4JJEWS iat: Span, bid Cadiz rVb :'
,1 l f .-.,I-.f! !, .- -- SHIPS.Nlcolo t
i.- lIdo i- thinking of institutingi : .
Aceame. It.Hld London Jan i7Vanloo ;; 506 South Palafox Street. :.
: .,. I J.: I..-' : 1.1.I t.y: :.. ::1.' I i for d.images against the tranfercompany. 'ivy vvvv'vv It, at Hamburg i "
'VVo IX/iricllo the Following 33icyclo: :.
., It-\K" 1 (1 :
w w.- k-d
I __ Adele,(;*r, *. I: w i- f :atidr HOTESII. Arizona Nor; I'M! aid Krl-tol Jan > ,::: IMl'KHIAL: rirAULIIN(5. '"
"B+-UH out than In"-that humor }: ( Anita B. I lt,:r.I. anVnerltreNov iii:: i ,..
.'. : .." r..J bv tint you notice. To be !sure! it's out l'arlpbll.or.ld; Alg! la Cay Jan :*.! t :
ind all out take Hood's<.-.', at .Marseilles: Ian II Edison GraphophoTies, Fishing Tackle, Guts and AmltUDiti D, ::t
i l'5ar".lp.L' [ Kus, hid 1 ail Ie Kay Jan :T
nlli. ... /- -- -_ ,___ M irzapiire. :-or..M; Kuenok Ayres KebJit ": TYPKWRITEIIS, CIC1AKK. ;j
'ln'" :Mount It, i>ld Leitb Jan 12 ls'i
I : -llT I II. r. A. K. I I. K.? 1'ltrslonor, hid New HHIc, K:, Mcb 4 + .\I'rtI.l'ms: AM) SAIL BOATS KOU UKNT.Repainmt l

".i / .I It tltleilll'Iblr I PENSACOLA POLICE If you are not a K. I. K., why not:', It Requires--I Sf'ru'-- of Ail Kills s Done Aleuts! for lie Oliver Type rilcr 1 I,}

< i wI.! ., "lI.d i Bead the new advertisement of f 1..
OFFICERS IN TROUBLE stand the strain of irk: I Shooting Gn.llory.
-i. :oi wi ..u!rntf'd I theKulIaloMfg.Co. to !! nervous neuralgia _......-,;- __ ...... .. __. ___??__. ??____. ji:
.. ..r.L 1 Wait for the millinery opening;; at part of pain the the These face, head pains or any ". a...f.(.-';'r:.>;<).'..;<:,:';.".e<'pin.'.:*'..,e x'''"*>'.<,>"fl't.. ;tvr", e4P' ''-A
Wi- et 'i1 are
The board: of' public safety will the Forbes store. See announcement
I quickly stopped by the ue of Perrv
of tf.r court. in this boue. Davis' Painkiller. ,
meet tomorrow to make inquiries relief U i immediate -

> but ti>iliy l; into charge made by Marshal Crt- The smacks H. F. Sutler and Sylvia ... and lasting Do not suffer Twentieth Century Medicine. Sale MOlle I \, by bUl
.. 1 are now on the marine ways bein a moment longer but u-e the Painkiller \ crng
v warrant i *- against two and jios"-iMy three, overhauled. a* directed. Avoid substitute Candy Cathartic are as J your /

I, *, there is but one Painkiller far ahead of ancient pill )poisons andliquid tare at Marston
n">lu'e ollicers, the names of whomare i There were fifty cases on the 1 Davis' Price I $ Quina'sGreat
Perry 2.c. and
&lc. physic: as the ekctric light! of
I docket before Mayor Jones thimornill Furniture "Emporium.
wit made public as yet. the tallow
candle. Genuine
l >
fr..m cold- ThI'll iture of the charges againstthe > 1115. Plant a spring garden. C. C. Never sold in bulk. All i. .

... The Willis Hardware Co. druggists, ice. I will repair your watches
'I'" r* ultm r in .olJieers who were s>u"pended today There will be a meeting of Rath-
,ibl. care isn. : Xo. HO of sell the tools ell I jewelry in flrgt-clasa style. J, I
,4- are reported as bein of a wry I bone Lodge Knight Pythias can you eap. Try THE NEWS, 10( cnts per week Stephens.f2 I
1 II I Iltulb..rl.Liu' tonight; with work in the fir,1
1 kt tldaug..rwill -erioiis nature. It is alleged that one rank.

r ten thou
,. of them while not in uniform and Manager Harry Horton of Palmetto -
.11'! I ir r"lIl..oIr"r ; sasssasasasssssssa SSSHWait

I 1\ yet to f<..Kirnv not on duty, went into a disreputable Beach Park is trying to arrange if .
for a week day game with the
: r. ulttd in U
e .*. lOw 4 COtlflU- resort and grubbed a bouquet from i: Milton team: and for a bU excursion'' NI
from there ou the City of Tampa. m
i mi prrvpLllvr.laity one of the tlablttirShp

It will I Muled. it itated, and the minion': A..I'tog, the !popular wholesale 3K-(
4'K of I ta; iCrlw; in liquor dealer at &ij; aud 327: :South 31ECsSe5ZS j -

"ti! r treatment.ff nt the I iw t is v.iill to have pulled hi> Palafox street, has jut received a

t.. t,ik\ ". 1 KIT large; shipment of excellent wine*, ,
and u ed it threateningly. .
'. .tl.1 lII..dll'II.JURT .e which hI U offering at low prices. '

1"i"t"l' trial will be intere-ting, but He has' all attractive advertisement 'j

in thU h*ue. Read it. v .
ait will necessitate a dUcu-ion of 5i'S25Z? S7S 25 I

\? I The confectionery store and bakeryof : !
the police tule-, it will probably beheld by
Oordon :Smith wa de-troyed

"'ROCLEOINCS TODAY 1 1t bf hind clo"ed doors." fire at :Mobile: yesterday. It will be

t remembered that Mr.: Smith waonct' -
-- -- ---- .
Hew to Cure the Grip. employed at the We-t Florida:
,'urt tin. Steam Bakery here. He hi- a lIum.hf'r
!U"'ii.iin quietly at home and take for Our
\: .. ulviEd Cli.imbcrlam's C'oiU'h Remedy-* of friends here who will regret; to ,
learn of his IOtN.'ith ,
I 'liry WillI.IIIII.1r dir ctdaiid quick recovery is Mire

y, tl.e CI'UII..l to follow. That remedy counteracts \\ their accustomed enterprise.Swift .
in- any tendency of the !grip to re-tilr in : & C'unpanyhave just gotten
l.b the
t qtl pneumonia, which really the only out one of the mot, beautiful adver-

i-< -huwti by ino- eriou danger. Among the tens of ti-euienu of their Silver Leaf lard

I.- motion .1" thousands who have used it for the ever used by them. At great ex- Millinery Opening .1,

rt. grip not one case has ever been reported peuse they sent to Africa and had ,

iI K .-MiniUOIK and i i that did not recover. For gathered vast numbers" of the lovely

srd witli hr..a" -ale by all druggi-t; and medicinedealer's. feaves' from the silver treeone of

.. on trial at .'I which, pasted In a neat folder is being
sent to each of thousands! their

,. I A CIBSON CALENDAR customer THE XE\\S extends Wo have secured the services of a First-class : ,
I .*,, M it\i M an thanks for one.President ;
ttrni. It I"I.r"-1
> uUr bfiictit! of ENTERTAINMENT W. A. Blount of the Trimmer from New York WHERE '
our: stock
>- < awrrli who ,ire Chamber of Commerce has appointed was i ii

.il "rayuiir tit- The Junior Siiild of Christ church the following committee to unite i i
All tlifI hrtllr.p with the committee of the Young I brought FROM first hands. .1 .
tt.! We will
''rtlr. of t'r..alll will give a Jib-on Calendar: enter- Mews Business I eaeue in preparing have a Beau- .1 ; .

lit the new pew t unment :at Clutter Music Hall ont for the entertainment of the Florida .

IIlIt dry up tt h -I'v ir n'filing of Aprils with music Press Association : )It''H*. John tiful Display and wa want you to see it. I .
White aud F. C. $
Denham H. :S. .@
11,1'l1l11l1l', : 'lnl.i: :
I : .prt diiicirgand r1--fre-hment. Tickets i
1-t .. Horton. The League committee j
.' .ur jrlllC r I
\\. irrn ,, 60 cent?. Remember the date. will probably hold another meeting i III

at au early day, of which the above- !.
it.Honey I I's I Egyptian Armor Cigarettes named committee will be notified. I

> end Tara tlYicklpostle's.are fine. .Try them at I 1 I I-Know--,One-its Sure lIiJIle-RemedyfcianobniE&tecold 11 Pt-1&- -. .W. j. & B. FORBES:; .1

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: : i": One Person OMAHA IS SWEPT 'f MRS J J. E. O'DONNELL over The Inflicted grossest on Injury a fellow which lx>ing Dickens was WHY COUGH j PEXSACOLA

!"I 1 jL.g; I Tells Another BY FURIOUS STORM,; Female as Sick Trouble Eight and Years Finally with i his! too man schoolmasters accurate In his portrait qu'rs.were,of That as an a Yorkshire Innocent rule.OTucl ,- Whooping-Cough Dr.Cold Bull's at Cough once.Syrup and Conquers Measle-Co'igh cures Croup Coughor :j I i ij ON3ERYATORY( r OF f M MUSC I

Cured by Lydia E. 1'inkham'sYegetable without faiL All mothers praise it ,
It Is true but
i and wicked enough E. O'L
ABOUT KODOL DYSPEPSIA CURE.! Done In the Doctors prescribe it for Bronchitis, CHAFFEES. UPiano. : .t:,
; -r- |Great Damage 'olllllOund. ,, the particular schoolmaster \\ ho.s. Hoarseness, Grippe, Pneumonia and

I t I;} -- recognized and who r i-oirniz,'d himself results.
Tile", Why III S.lf li locre..lnj ao RapI Nebraska City. "DEAR MRS. 1'IXKII.U-I have Consumption. Quick:, sure
I Q in life piven a testimonial as the original Sijuet-rs -ems to I'nce, 25 Ceuts Rffuse the dealer's suWitute. V."iN' ( :jijjr, v ,,
t h. mast tx ScmtlhUlfU never my
Mly-So r
.. bt'fure hut you have done so much for have been an exception to the rule. Ory.ui C ",r-M \j,, : (1, : : _

I, Merit Alt'tr All. WIND CYCLONIC IN ITS FURY me thdt I feel golfed upon to give you It will be remembered that ickens Dr.BnllsCOUGH l' .

this: unsolicited acknowledgement ofOPERA and his illustrator traveled teethe: AU.. .
tII h-i-., ,
Fir Kilnd il l p'1:1yl: admit! It : !
to the north of England for the purr"'s -
1 wtn-n th,-> Cml an article nf merit. It Half a Hundred Buildings Were Dam I of f'oll'rtlngmntt'rinl for "Xii-k- SYRUPAlways Kind and, Elite 0' ,'
It hIL-- lone tb IJ\MJ'lliej! want: It to -
I "Tit ColiseumEeing
aged More or Less tHe ( lr-by"! and especially fur tinI 'tietiors cures when others fail.
", 11..lp l| .ith.-r<, t"". TlioiisuiiU tsar Brass and String Masc!
It I \itne. to tin-) wori'l-riul rurativejiuhtu the Worst Wrecked of the episttb'. At Croat P.ri.u i.ieyxisitisl ; Dr. B'-iI s P"II cure Constipation. 50 pills lOCo Furnis !:

Ii h I : (.f Ktpdi.l l Iiv-r>.-j >i.irure. Iti Structures-No Fatalities. IJ :' n In-ardiii: : wunnl I kn >\\ n as ill Occasions.

I i' I'I! HI thr 'IIIY: jirvMr| : 'rl which p
: and r iiipiH'-ly; dik't, >t;, any F LODGE DIRECTORYKNIGHTS : 1-1.:11.1: ..
t' jtl-.fljr Omaha. Xt-h., March 11.-A storm i ti-re'Vi-d 11rall'f': W.tll
) 1 .'Kid f'.4 yu nay eat; ;'Ii., one dl'" tudiU : Parlor .' .
J from the northwest swept through; the i some liauieur and did nut a><: :nwithdraw r
fad that Othr diu'e,;tIt '
t.; !tutee the --iii- : ,, i II: I' .
his from the
northern jiortlon of Omaha at 1 a. m. eyes perationof
E } aDt'lJ&rttlya"mp..h! this r -,ult. 1 OF PYTHIA
7 }I'
It i h t !! I Pipn n. far tr.tanr.1k. found in the Light rain and hail were lollowod by penmakin:': during[ the interview. -

. I :lit j I it: beathy: "tofDachVhn it is licking; veritable hurricane. whirl did a : I'hlz sketched him: in the ad; P. n 1'ppi-a.cola Lodge, N.,. 3. K. of P.

{ \ I 'II. t t h.> pat I,,'tit takes: tim arlliit h1I l great amount of (lamas'Vins were t p a described cue act. The terminal peeu! F F. M.

I J ( h Ilk I Itiif -k.iti dl"I'.I..ulllv aUdlnl i.irities! of William! Shaw ro'etseverr Monday! (-TPB WILLIAMSCONTRACTOR I
tare nioIlied
i ::
1. lilown down windows shgkt-rt'il l, several / ; Inat 7,1 !at Castle Hal: .
114 t j r ;.ni>u" funds like int-at .wII't!':", )Iay. buildings! unroofed and siili-walks ill :-'III1'\1'| >. :Shaw! ln-cillii' a l bun in the Blount -- Wauo

,1 t"f.. '- plt-uty: fit p-'p-'rll lId a 1 ickofhvf ; lit ridicule lost hi* and Building third floor. AND BUILOER
popular pupils
IJ "It i t titr duft-t t.tntTfun i it torn from their [places. Five sk}'lights. /; & 't 'i8lMDK brethren cord! Uwelcomed. I

t t : .. .. wither parh weighing more than >". pounds ._ z finally died of a I.r".hen heart \> ,"' ;S1 ..5' E-tiUlate Pr--:..1'
t j ( !:" g<] That s the tronUc M CAVPKEJ.L,
f Ij. I .. ,' t'rrparattlov.| They don't acre Mown down at the CVhneumhuilding. there i.s : : :widen"> to prt. Ii. HOKKLFB, I .

'i i': (1 i'.r ,IU 1'1' Ii.," dte'! ...tant'A. Kalil The Monraouth Park :M. rc'hun'h that he was a really! excellent: lIuII.II1 l >.l K: K. A 1;. HUIUII.Beauty .:-

'I f.! \. 1 I't; t' :a I Lott 'tint tli'-in) all.! It at Thiity-fourth street and har- 111'.11'11',1IIan l who was made tll suff' --
f )Ids .1!.NMKii I'i't: N'l.i.,
111,1 !',;,.-i- d : '0(1 y>-.-Aant. \ "II for the 24veds of his nisi; !H l ,'res.
j huon' avenue, was Mown to Jlle'I'. a S Ftesi,:- : vl! 'im.u.'lV"iuan'. Unln i Cluh.
i I r .! Thf.linir i..f Literary ]:r:1.
1 I was the bnlMint: ; at 2JI:! Cummin- wonilcrful curative \nlm- of Llia
r. :: lIulIl"rtl.1tely t
: 1' i trot mTUiii'd l It the Kuihertoitl .Mar1 :. lMnK.ii.uii't..>l>Ufoin-
M rs; .. : 'I -r..I.& Cure. | )
i .
l. fur oi 'ht had ffiiiiU \nl I t1 I Ir- ,. n"p.,1' ," T'lyspf <;laIt 'bk01'1..,. I Ii aim< ytur1
r a.I I i- r. -i" 1 r inf tinul>lf. falling of the \\mub and other ants doctor their sick! 't'* II'p
Tin I'II..f at :' :1/1 and 2412 fnmiuint
. .t r t. .I t II [i .' lA.iim: .n, : iMiiipLi-ations. Ihiriiifr that time 1 was noiiiii and mamietiMu: is proi! is Health.
to .j- l' ;0. 1:1I1."t W.l- Miitf. n to the stre.'t. At the .
i 1. ,s t '' u '.' f r": id talc! more or less i>f in invalid anti nut inuir. h I K-r\ati'. An ardent student ti<; -in
I t\\t ; r-aH'!; t ,111> a bolt of lightning sini'k I
..1 I : I K1 Kl for anything, until our day lie witnessed what may I be tcr aseance Walnut Lifc Art ,.
"I .I \ ." | 1 luflll tin- lat! at I 11'l < '.miming street, shattorjnjs f.ninil a in ray hall tt-in!! r of I Itt ikvonf r ti- i,. :.: 1 -
.. V- A -, ... in nicdieal, science aui' .
t 'f ; .ih.- |Il nHtloii Ol the building.A tin- rum you could perform. iK-eaiiu-- TO ir i n and the \Viiu or t "'
i lie ",1H'n.ral of the e little et': innniiTfw Xl t rr,i 1condition. Mvt.rvu- ,
I I Kixlol Dyspepsia I Cure row "t<'ro,s the sm-t-t from i Tercsteil : I Imllfrht alxtttlo of I\ t f I'iiiKliaiuS Y cctahlc <''oiupriuiKl r ; from toe hill and nor d ii Afar rece.inour advice and i: I IcoaiPiecccd
t Cures all Stomach Troubles. the foli--elm! was badly damaged. .
there then1v ? and bt' .'
: uni! ;ishelpeU; IcnntinuL-d lit were souuaiming; : taking It an IIIIM
F. I'. \ < i'' iDcWiTPS Thi- thesis ot the storm \veriman v, The pains left nit a,1 1 t'i i il
i i : ;: ,: u -e and iu stereo months was run !. and wereeik and emaciitcd-itn.:, in wi l 'btameattbeenrrerthmrcan, ., "
nn i' apparent with the lirp.\K ..I l 'nwn, that time I have ha.t l erfect
siiinl 'i
lx f.ict. They were accompany: ii.- days. I have gnovd strength ai.i; i: .. w thasincrtaxd.
it is now known that halt a him'irtt 1 health. Thanks, drat Mrs. I'iiikhaui mcmlxrs of the My hu-hanil eats the <>
IIlIch healthy : emu! :
tL: Ildlcl i&llVE hai wade better lii totll .- '
I buildings were damaged monor ajT'iiu.; fur the' health I now '- uie \tIDtl \
and nil made their way toward :i uisunt Jlri.LI..ZlE MA.N.NtLI.Womanly ; ; .
.\ r'i I l.-ss. rumniiDK street from Kititnth! d ,. .IINMK uDoNNF.ii. -'?3 last 31st
cq t : i I. :JJ. vl :::1,0'; mound.
; M.. Chu-a-rti.. 111.-SdUO!! forfeit if aba health .
means bright *
", I I I t' 'I.l "r i .. .v J ''' ''I'i..lnl to I'ourtetnth and Twcnty-ionrth l fesfop.o IS nut gfnuireAVitiiuii < III f.illdwini:; their movements !I:Nil-!! checks clear complexion: and elasticity! eye ol form rosy

. I KMr nn-rt north of dimming sitstr -wi, Mitl'rriii'i from any a glass the observer! saw on this! unii .1.1a This is the youth unmeasured years- the

.1 j with debris from damaged buildings:; form of ft-mule ill can Jx' cured hi:: and sturdy ant, which tuadt s.r :
t nl..., siijiih and f..DI'"Soholr: i.- by L> diu 1]. I'iiikliaiuV Vjcta- motions in the direction: of the! advanciiii men a.'e happier and get more out of /life than

I i. i, ilili" fru t I .. han been injured, but Hu.l l > !'.). blc'uwpound. That's Mire.3Ir :: invalids. The latter went up the 1 their sisters whose faces indicate suffering

a II. .1 .T I -.' |111,1| II.'. 'I,lineman Dan lialdwin had a nartow nvcaiw. l'inkliaiuad\iscs >i< ko- mound, one by one and submitted! 1 Vine: of Cardul made Mrs Mannell "better look.

of t f t t..., 'o., l It\ this I The storm shuck him l-fore. In uivii free. Adilrt>s, Lj nn, 3Ia& s. themselves to treatment. This c'n.sisted Ing" and infinitely happier because it cured her

t ; Wtt t 1 I It.I 'I.? I I 11\ ,I. U>, 11i"J l dismounted! and I the tom of th- in the physician ant passim; h:s fi-cl I of those terrible pains. But the is no exception.

Dt'J .f t "" I.. I ,ill- llV Ik wind threw him heavily to the pave ers over the head and hotly of the patient

1. I. .. i oust. t l Ii. III.i' l.ll m Mit, but IIH manas;!d to g-1 to a I Il HOUSE (in a manner distinctly !'II.I:::: ve WINECARDUIIi +

1 4t 1 I ll.l ".. I.. 'd.1li.rr Ui-*> of safely o'! the of and
imisejes -
-s giving thousands of women health! beauty and freedom from the dra{.
- -
i1.> -- The Coliseum building i is Ih. worst practiced by human doctors! KI: ging pains which made their lives so miserable. Wan fates, hazard eyes
\\ tfcr IMttrrvnn I'r_,
t : ( ...- ,...a""w' ,..", 'wrecked of the larger structures It WEEK cry one went through the tre.H'.ienf and emaciated forms are the results of suffering. What' suffering can com.

"J .' was directly in the path: of the storm then the l.ath'lItl'lIt back ani r.,' pare with the torture of irregular menstruation, leucorrhoea and falling of

,1 .' !nHfLiMl N"arly all of the skylights: ate gone COMMKXCIM.Monday doctor marched off in the uppuds: the womb Beauty flees quickly before the ravages of such disease The

< a pains of failing of the womb deepen the tracks the face.
rcctioii. snarp crow in
and the roof i is bally t\\ l.t.,1.nth.r.
i ]
.J "I. 1k ,, '--I I March 10th. Menstrual irregularities rob the eye of its fire and the complexion of its

., '. .. : u.-'l. "th.1 's'ins match factory immediately l'a..tof I, transparency Leucorrhoea drains the body of its strength but Vsir.e of
1". I I the (Coliseum was badly wiecktd Practically Starving. Cardui the natural the clears
t 01" .1"rl. r'1II. i restores beauty, brightens eye, the complexion
( i ;- ']I. \\ !HTf tini and a row of five flats across th.- stu-t WINSOME "After Q'-'nig; a few bottle* of. Ro- rounds out the figure and brings back the vigor of health Every druggist

"f f.! ... I .I'; were twisted and all the windows turnout dot l Iy-pep-ii Cure my wife r> -ived In this city handles $1.00 bottles of Wine of Cardui.

4 t 1'1.l l1t f Miss Una Clayton perfect and pernrinent: relief f: ,ni a r"Ioe, 'If :.i't!ur.. .,yrMt.... --itc '". ''T1 1+"'.. A. r'f
I au-w'r.
r-evire and chroniceu-e! of .tUI1C/I/ ,
Th > IJoP6/tC cuts I/o. tiutur rga llcti: me It IKDt...lln '., ii .11.
t'' : |1'1'1 tl> > storm created ('onsiderah'e.: "\- trouble." ;payJ.; R. HolIr.. al

: ; rfti'mem for a short time mm aioum-,1 :iiiii lie own ('.'fully s.locti-d emu ,!t.'i estate ill-urtIlcf' and Ioin: agent. of

J J I' : i mi*, it was su the '''Hiiro population in the ii'-itii: parttit puny, dircctmu Faui'i Morey. :Macouib 111.Ucfore u-ins; Kidolj

..,iI < : i I'M. the 11)'. whii thoiKTit the town was 'j II ny*p11..11l'urp she could not; eat an

; ... I in the grail i nl a teal! twi.-i-1, pecialtl.! .- will introduced betwtn I{ ordinary! Mieal'+ without intenseuf-
I. H Jilt tt->> "f t.iPI _. the i ferin?:. she i I- now entirely cured
-- act by
gl' I I- t r '.:.fill nf .l-tltll- i Several and '
phyici.uis: in ny r.-me-
.' t" I A SEVERE COLD FOR TH EE MONTHS i Miss Una Clayton Mr. flank Whittier I! dies had failed to give relief." You

;\f, ti i ..t\,'.." .,< thl ll__ Tt'e following letter fn>tl .\ J. and Hi,. fullout I don't have to diet. Eat any good! A THIEF IN THE NIGHTI

!l ii I 'Ii i .1 raIl"J'J', ,.., ,., !M Nti-luuni: ]Clteatltk.Itidtrli: iti l'iM I food! you want but don't overload
iiti Ti-io
A F a i .
.' "u Ice .a the iir nf >ypilu- monthwith severe coM. A lrti?- 'toin.dy :Muging and I ham' ing Aornliata ,: will always diire-t it for you. Hanri I*'

t ''' i i :"ji' u > t* "v-v-ui by I,.dnJt"<. II..t: prep'tred meome uif-dieiue. and Prices 10. 20 and 30c. i!i Pharmacy: John :Slieppard. Mdtiey' How Catarrh Robs Its Victims of Health and Life.

F f' J .1 I.- H tutiitui ,,1"11| tln>r.- a i>liyiciui pre-cribed for ni". yet I : Kahn.!
'f ) 'r.ent ki'iiiutiiiif the tiHri'ti- ill I not improve. I then tried Fol- 1, -- -- --- Catarrh f U the most Insidious of

I i .nit I ud'Ullm.I..ry '!"I'-I'[ ..,, '.. Honey aud'1'Iruulri:.: dodiri'il -"- SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT' : titeasea. IfDl'ilectt'd. invariably

'1 9 iS.iut j"Hit, to'IIIIlIl..I''r me." Itcfuubmutt: ., \V. J MMical Society, \ttmtton. reaches the bronchial tcbrs and.ucitd 11
Monday March 17th. : f'i2uerin tatmt..ic aa.1au '
t } i f rat mil! ; > rvf triiiik- I i- iifi-u I A. It'Aiembt. 121 M ui './Lt11x! : There will be a regular meeting! : of .>.epU....' to consumption. a

I .cur! !, "t (itt.>it liy tli" II.'lul'.-. itreei. THE ONLY OIUC.INAL
L 'r i > f km .ii.i. ..... the I I. ,- :ha Feaacola Medical Society at P. P. P.

i I' ..I! I' t>:ulII.'f'I! 'Io.! t 1".1 o A. f3'1." 0 It t A. WHITNEY & KNOWLES' :he Board of Health office "u t: (Lippmin's Great Kerned) T: !

i' < .f ,tri 'V 1 i., .1 t ,.. 1.f 1'1-' 1 Deri th. 1'. k 1Y. Ii.- .',"r; ayI j'clock p. m. Tuesday: Mar. -2j. la the only logical treatment for

I ,nl' 'II! r' lit'.'t )' :
.i t} : ii t- ''11.11- tr"1 I -I "'il i'sP; ;yffl U: ; VADIS 'nyited to atten 1. now recognized as an affection of -,
QUO DR. E. F. r.RriE the blood and not a mere local trou
I ,..I I...| |"'nl'ntt'--! !, ',Ir I. -. President., ble. The best blood purifier is there Le -

: wi > 1'1-o.v"w.: -!. ,,- 1 fore the best remedy, and the best fl
DK. W. C. DEWBERY blood pnri: er Is
acknowledged be
i t. \ 111. "| i- 14 "iiI *- ": !Iv
11 James Till: MOST :MXdMI'ICIAT: :: HIK- nSSttf SPcrrtarr.'i P. P. P. Under treatment with P.
"I t' .IIV" t tl '' '.l. ..t: tt. : Hughes. P. P. the elckeningdishargeewlth

j of .I \1' .' -111'1 i, !- Ii1'.1110CIF': : \NV: .\
I! V i I !' radical '
FOUNDRY -- -- recovery soon re-
I ,, i S i1' ill- .I.I l. I Hi I' *.. i- salt!.

i it l'fUn'rh t'.d i i I-, r i'ni tal' Oil :iicrnutit nf the itntncn-ity of :Mes<-.. tirruti: BIOTBEIS, savannah.

lt I I t HI' a C W IllliiJ I !! Machine Shop & Boiler Ga 3of a
the I'l-oduetinii the audience is re- Oenu-l have used neir'v f"It' ties v
t r f I' ,1.
i I-H-.I -
1 .1..1 > p p P. Li;>i>mansOn it K ... I
w' I '['d to be 'euted at !. :1 l-j, the per wataiRicteJf the
crown .tn. !i. 't ,,. .
< V of
Works feet.
my Vi ir P PP h t irert n
I tn i't' I'll ',.'*., form.uicp beirintnnn'! at that hour rultyof lireattimi(. smotheriiu i '. r n.

i J I THIN( IUtftHF.It'l.l.r..i..r.: .|it.1 ... pr1111'tly.5NIGHTS5. no.tnlwasc'have nes: Wfortrn'.rptnnenhcr.veilt.nte.'fur ii ':in'I. \. .,. .. ., i '. j ,- .

.... : -I No SOI S. Palafox Street. : ". ,'un Iy! I any I"t" all nolot: lion : q'.. ,',1',: :. .; -1',
: '. 'W hanlks 111/""' gist' that Was lucky .. 'h 'Krt"IV .in'l'l'h V'r ,
I trpaaa llla+ l .H..It.. \\'iI I f".n' '- I' : -t '
; elY .
amlthe.1'.liCKener1'y "'.uro re.ectfu", 1 V K IIHFSTAII ',
+ 'I ) I'INa.ll'111..1:: [ .
rl A.
I',a, IS.II.fa a., n. e.. ,:.1.1 1w,y iiFTis\s -CountvofComan hr Bf f .-e thr un<:er
t t t ....,! ,". .," '1 '_ .feu I .t. f3ntiardny 3VTntirioo. ( rerso'iillvapiieireil katementmi..e I11I'n\ A M re'a'-vr Ramv-v, nh,,. ,ifrr bei.jlu'.v Ih.Ir'r
rcfl. J' ,
| .
I' iiime true A j KAM.Ibuora -
CA On. A.. Saw :Mill Work and Repairing ,- to auj .u' rnbrd before metlus Ati<:.,t '''I !' ,
.. i I.MMKNCINt:: I 4 J M 1.\\111/ . I I' I. ,
;than u. J I rIppman's, Great Remedy' Is ,...
Specialty. s Ar superior to all imrsapnrlllat and the t
"....... / ) .. a TUESDAY. MARCH 18. I Pl I. P. "cientiJic and snccessfal remedy for old .sorts timplfs, blotches and .11
( diseases of the skin and blood.ILippman's .
.1.4 .k/ I .. ;. .. ..., I ( Great Remedy is well known to physicians, who prescribe It
FIRST: 1DIIHEnE:: P. (P. P. largely In their regular practUe the formula being printed' en every
GUIiF CITY TRANSFER CO., / carton. Sold by all Druggists

.' AI.snIPd at earls F :s (-I\\-NN. Manager. i'K IKE ; Lippman Brothers U I'rnprlftnri'n hluck. Savannah Ga.
At Ea tertille ,

r ., Prompt Personal Attention to Hauling lEHR & WILLIAMS -

Freight Machinery Etc. JOY ,\.M: r.iiJllTM: : SHOL'LII


'' \\ f.I I.\.rn..<. MI tat ." f. i a (repertoire of I ptonatCoinoclio,>. If ytu u-e theN

4 WINFCORDIALM ('h.': iv ', \ <.it 11.1 :$i-d:a) 11WEEKLY Drn.U1n.: auj LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROADIN .

I. 1 i'nF "s, Pensacola Gas Co.'s Light EFFECT: DM'KMBKK I. Iii

: ( r, i, tai tit CI1EDUL1-} -otII' lit ol K FEAT I RED : -

ts I it will surely !bring joy and frladne:..I New Orleans and
;, .... .,,, .. FOR STEAM tt'F.NS.t'Ois.t 1-t lyr't'ravrl.u "ar IMIIII Special- t - Mobile-
:na more than any other medium. It*
1'a? faP .r..t Jnd, New songs'! New Lancet! New \;1)0.. .. So. t. "I I
: : \0.1.
F PARIS KI.F.CTUICTKHMLfAjUAILUAY : JoU-s! Funny I situations'! Klv
y F /. a, rA a 1.qr COMPANY.Tr n7t n :::7 p Illt a L.u'".... "I"malon ..... I.\'I' ". :'Sr 1\ :::el p I !-, I
t la.mwvld ird. >ur Kep.-rtotrt' consistof the late-t j most pleasant to the eye, while it* llln' II 3.5:! p "::d a L..avn ... ,0101.011. ... 1..II\'e 1'SI: n't I h is 0 pi"I p p

.- .D! IPavA. Hcniacola for the Lltlli UIJ-/o-dat"lltrallllti 4th All Klectnc and l'OlUldl". -=-=---":::p. ; _iSSIa: l.ravr :c.W I/rlFanSl.rnva_ tnlp: 7':5i. '
Hayou, Hli r.ityou, Harrington, Nary tar | economy is a great eential to your.jpure. North.
sail Fort Karrnac at.m. \\ ic \uiv \criMJ: 1'EOPLl.

a' .. rrlvp at Port Kurruncii Tt5a. I .
CHOICEST i :11! a. 0\.arrive at Fort Hurraacaj 10..5 a..n Clianje of Kill and: peclaltie5! Ea h o, t. No. t. I .
I oop.m.fkrrlvfa Fort K'UraDa"' l:'5p n rerformacce. 11lI5pm Ul p m ... PPnMacnla .. .Arrl\'e 3:' nplm S-r a m
'S '* ,. tup I m. arrive at tort Barrancas i:iSpo I Pen l' cola Gas Co. 1\:1511m /IArnve.\lontl/omHy-: "... .. Ill "lU .10'1""
r'I ilSVam Saripm Arrl\'t'I
I tir e:15pm.IHrl\'O'IAt rrauca* T.1p D PKK'E.lOc.: 2iX\ and 30c lnrmngbam..L.are .i.lllm s Sr'n
'11\) Kort 7at5pm .1.1Ua lit I Arrtvr...
p.m arrive At Hurraacas d:tip.D i "'b\1l1.. .... Leave
Trains leave Fort Barrancaetor Peat Ladr'Fr.t :ttI a m ,:I.I II m Arrl\.. _.. 1,0u'lIle .... I.a\.. ,
debt if fIlfi "
ruestiay Aceorat : p m i.
f FRUITS RNDCONFECTIONER f f1 cola at I' by al'ald crnt Tu-k'-t m'INo.| 3 S. Palafox St., Pensacola. Fla. 1::', aro Arnvr.Ciucmnett..Ixav.: oarprn li. ; ..
j !' a nt In: I ..
m Arr.
+ 7 s m. irrlvr at PPnRC01R i:VI ta, c p "t.I.ouII .i.PRYP ':V' pm- "

Il-nip.m. arrive at IVnaaoola .,., ,11.45 p.D PENsACOLA AND
'aki' p. m. arrive at Pennacwla .. RIVER JUNCTION.
\ :j: 5 p. n
5.I"i i m at P..n,aoola
8i.1pn: WE WILL FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE y<>- U-JJaI11: No. No stop a tier time 7" ,
T. i p. ra. arriv "t IVn. \cola .. T..0 p. -- -- not shown \o. :iJally .s 1
C. APOSTLE'S "S..4 1 p. m. arrive at rensacola...._ UBJ: p. B 11::MIs' pill 7'n: a In Leaves PrnsLCOla-- -
,, >aar0aptonlyFAR1 write fwliy for ocr hand 1i. :' n1gbt i ;:1 .. :..!... I'.yi' p rn
FOR WEn: DAYS, Qaa't- S ':4. SILutrat.d' l taiJjean READ TIIF. 1 F: 'TLRS .- .. 714: Ym"Hra ,. .. I"rr". : ;i

tl fr M I East! GcfenniGBt St. t'eniacola to Fort Barrancasand retorn 4& -}- Hum>l we" ia whit wi irve iwamitulf for .. -r I'. r 'e' I t. .,.4 I L li ViIJ : "" 7 l "" ........:..c"IIbl" I'Iii' .3;a;! "
T- _
cmritaiLV irvet.-a. .. 'o'ullt .. "
t Y i Pen-acila to Navy> ..1 ard and return ._ 8J, t-- P"" ..i' **-rf a Ix .>f St..? K I a' r 'itl 7.-1" ? .. .. ... Harp .. .. I l'yy ..
I'lInoaooa to l alm :to Bracb I .te. lnsl
'I Knuunnt stand 3 Sail relQtn IhSCSDAT t I ear Mtlf I1 IVrTu'nf tl. r : .
1 i r' l di'va: ( a I 1 !o'i" ..... 1tCity: . I ?
.. .11111 f a-jmeuf t'eLaial .. 10:15
ar <>
: ICBEOUDI, ,,. I:' ))OC" .;.111" ..... :lllIton ..... "
. t ti I"c' ," :11 :..1 ,f rune n'li, .. at fl' i5. w-i-1 -thfr :Running o; .A i'aan'ralnatr".ottID 1I..IIDIII./1.I.Kr..r. r. a.' _a:tea."' -14 sussr l.a1: a m .. II ......Good IfIu"" ;

; .I t t. ,Lai, I'l'r' dPZ"II open coacina.Leave ,' M3u' ar l ihrr t,'' uu u {'rrwAt I,' a II., Ii 15" ... .. .... Ifol" .. ....,. Ii:. .
} 'i P"D6acol LT Fort Harrasea S Chi f fx IL.acrntxhnwilsoNpabrrecf LO.I'i!..*. IXnnrpt! !Si JBv 5"a8.ill: i .". .:si .". ......... llllllan ......_ 'I Iiill II J .
'. w pre' A -n t a s; II ....... ..
j. D a.m. JO a, m. I illl.4--buts 11-'! .l.r".I\.I" ...... .1 :JJI" .
j s 111. m. |] B>A nrixl,f tranntuildrmntP'1, Ina q 5tI. I. .. I' Prr Land ____ ::.s" d
' I a ip.m. p. m.m. 1.U' .. m I '..Id n DILl."T., .. 1Bt Pe' aeaine.e.ra'h.{'j; k.ra.. : .BtJ": ilo a _... Mossy tract _.... I' kf.' .. ,
> at '
i ; >3" "
II0' Kiii i hAin. eni r Tat ea. : .
lP-m 'p.m. ai u.., .n.. ai lJe.oni8k"prIDgs.! tli is
I.*'r Cnitiiia. tat- hM. kntre.roil! 4.11 "
..... ...
| P-m p.m. MiM I- s.twI'urke. ......i"if Mnhm, 4.4> .1 \rilyl"; 1U: II .
I 1 7Lp''ti'fyCapulcirescpcns : ne 4p.m pm XELi \Iu..1tIIll>,. Ir.htlr''' i: j' ... I'ooel dl 1..011.... II .:, <
( 6 p. m. i I r.. I., r>- te I.T-UII Mjtl << at tn a: frrril we al HW a vrrp.f.ral JfIIm'.. &:IJI" f .. ? W".lIle ...._ 1:11' ':
Ei t4 balsaa: fOfs p.ID we! I ....t rite IT w, ... .1.. a \ 5: H I' ,1"15'" .. _.... 1I _
11. 'fl.o:1. .
; e p. m. Tp.m. I I... ..,.. .p. .i. om""f"luIrP'L Caryvlll. .._. 1U" I 1i .
.. (,Teti and t.. estop. lose W wi il&. "I. ". 'r We allow ji a Ii ,!lY5' tmw In Uh j 534\ I l'rst I' __..._ '
r"fl'lil't\1 In a I t. 01& .. 1 na I..... .... ,. .Ionlr..y_........ 8:5.'i" 'T
FARI ) tr re I net.Tcr 1 .
Loa -1. the <
ICIrDjTI.uaaola I I'e tr s and m tat < ban: '' .
jf 1r 1f,1' ..... ... "
nandn .. ea
i L u. }I. AoV hlICilL..G. t.4 1
} s ni ( n.
runia to .re bunt
TLry 48 art Barraacai j&ty p yuii( na. ilelay. lIao II a
Ps.y i 11:1'1' .
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Cottondale ..... 8:1'1" I 1. 't D
tg %. I u; \0 ,1 er s.Pi without .nyincoa-( Pcniaoola 1 and and to tetnrn Palmetto____. sad Jf SALVONA SOAP CO. Cor. I2th & Pine Sts ST. LOUIS 7:01 11:5" .". .......M arlal'O" ........ .. tn Lis! .
Beaob MO. j'tI"
Ill .. ,
,, .Cypress .... .... 6:>>! 11.4.5 aXI
s 4 .e SOUJRHI1MUGGISTS re\arn Ia.I 11" IIS ..
......(1ran4 Ridge.- 1I,1t.: i; rl
-- --- No freight received alter ':16 p, m. II"'WZ 1;& "' 12:16 noon.. j .. _... oladl! .,_ I 1i: I" I' "..1I
8:15 i
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he mill Mho insures his life bwK t

l..r hi* family.a .

mm ho insures his health ALTCELDr Digests

be both (or his family andm

,rll, --

j flay insure health by guard : : IIETA1LS OF HIS SlUHKN f what you _

it It U worth guarding. _
::M .AM: A ncii'icu o
: the lint attack of disease, Eat
OK HIM.Joliet. .
i. h generally approaches ,'.
ujch the LINTR: and rnani- ---

., it..
TAKE trn r John P. Altp, ld died in room 5S, t

JI|n* '! :Munroe. tins n.oiuii.g at 7:0'J
O'lx; ',, lithad b ;'{'u unconscious \H( Dyspepsia Cure

f arllttJs sPills 'I'!. milnirl.t.: ;

Mr Altptl.l. was the i rlncipaII5Pak-\\

cr at a pr4> Hocr mass I

And save your health. tight in tlie Juliet theater. j You can best !ucceed In life with a good mediate relief how many would Depict: to no good. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure not on1y'relie'l's

Just at the close of hIs! sjiPMh. a'': digestion. A strong stomach makes a rigorous keep it constantly in the house? the patient's sufferings lc such
man. The feeling of langour, the dull You can go about your business and disregard cases but also removes the cause of suffer
'in lhr ''.,.11'. iu
I i... ..-\t. it l.. A rtzn; "ac ahistd from the btagp. The and tenderness In the region of the stomach But itomach trouble prostrates. The stomach food and enabling his system to transformit

..I! a l."i, ..t-i...? on tU ni" ctice proceeded. the audience not I flatulence belching and vomiting the supplies the entire system. If It fails into bone and muscle, blood: and brain.
n-aluuiK!; what had harl.m'd.11', : thousand and one symptoms of indigestion to perform its tank these supplies! are cutoff It cures by allowing the stomach rest until
or other stomach trouble of which most of -and we cannot live without food. We it is restored! to its natural condition.
... It i Is a situ d Altti-iii! was t&Um to the tUmr. of the u9 know more or less, unfit both body and all know this but hiven't we fallen into the If the stomach is out of order not an I
.! U.-Dt Ilnatir. whire st-v.'ral vomiting sit-\Ils\ mind for hard work or continuous applica error of assuming that once swallowed food organ of the body escapes! some corresponding -

f ud I.mi This ''ontmm-il fur nearlyan tion. You wouldn't buffer like that It you has accomplished the purpose for which It derangement. There are few diseases! I anti! was bo: (iionounted he knew a certain remedy would you? Yet was ; by any means UntilIt which cannot be traced directly i to itom-
digested the cannot ach. If the stomach is weak the body is
such a remedy exists. Kodol DyspepsiaCure Is properly system
n >wrl. \\lili I..reret/. arm. in'the weak. It the stomach i is btrun the entire
.' ra'.on former quickly relieves all these symptoms assimilate it. It remains stomach ;,
,. ..,r'I" II < r.f' end by giving the stomach entire rest.l"'l'dily until it decomposes and might! far better body is strong
cures the di ea H-elf.. not have been eaten at all. Kodo.! Dyspepsia None of us want to suffer from indigestionor
Even among$ the happy possessors of comparatively Cure digests this food without aid fromthe dyspepsia but the hurry and nervous
.- :. -.--. -.:. sound stomachs there are few stomach and digests! it as well as tho tension or the times have made them the
'JIIY'FOBTHE who are not at least occasional sufferers.\ stomach itself! could do the work. Throughits commonest complaints of the generation i
irregular hours, mild dissipation i excessiveuse aid the food you have eaten i Iq reduced Often we fat too fast too soon after or too
.fi ? of tobacco hasty eating or overlndul- to a form in which the system can assimilate shortly before violent physical exercise or ,
PEOPLES ci ? pence in a favorite diih frequently produceas It and the body is built up while the severe mental strain. Sometime we are too
8 S unpleasant though not as lasting resultsa tired stomach rests. busy to eat at all at the proper time and om- J
::, with is tint they're load our stomachs when the opportunity
\, ..I.. 'III" tliege temporary: sufferers! realized that Kodol starting. They have eaten but their food come For awhile the abtmed organ itandi

H f\r.t.t' ..h IIvC 11)) IJcpsia Cure offered me and almost im ii undigested and consequently does them the strain Finally it collapses. t

I. 1.1..N It. Y It gives the stomach perfect rest. 1 |

.. ..1''It.

.... :.. .' Pear 811'5-1: have suffered: a great deal multiform troubles)and after receiving treatment when the pain in my stomach ceased. That
... \.A iJnt .' from nervous dyspepsia for the last twelve! from many doctors for the H.UIIP, I day I enjoyed a good meal for the tlrst time
months. 1 tried two doctor who said was induced to try Kodol Dyspepsia Cure in many months.
they could not cure me, but your agent! buying my first bottle in March 1100. After taking three bottles of Kodol Dyspepsia !-
'PU rp,1.t 10" \ came along and 1 bought some fcodol Iys-! Since that time I have used nearly two Cure I am as well as ever. It saved
I I 1.. :... jiepsia, Cure to sell and decided to try it dozen bottles! -a proof of my faith in its my life and I cannot recommend it too
r. > tot. I1 i Iran FOHMHU f.nvnUXOH AI.TOE3.H myself and I found more relief from that virtue. highly.-Mrs. Alba F. Crawford, Pittsburg,

imlnid rouUl: out" he n-tuov.-d to the butt 1. than anything I have taken. I eat anything I have not had one pain since commencing :N. II.
I want to and improve every day its use. Sometimes I can go twoor Gentlemen have been troubled with
r mom-y sunimonod
\ at you I'hi< iansvc.: and it has given my customers perfect atIsfaction. three days without using it and I consider indigestion for ten years and hays tried
<, oiit rule and I Altaeltl was < arneil, to the hottl .
in fair toward -
myself a way permanent many things! and spent much money till I
I. vM"Ulb* city rtl l i .tiiuhs. the ttrt-et. lie retained I can heartily recommend It to all that recovery. Fraternally yours J, Ivison tried Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I have taken

I I.A (' >!: ( urns-ens and urged the ne \'st>aJKT are suffering from indigestion or dyspepsiato Lonaconing Md.GentlemenA. two bottles and have obtained more relief

men tc keep the affair: quilt for be the best remedy on the market. Yours few monttts!s ago; I pave up from them than from all the other medicines

,. 1 'UIM'II'U-MM.NKVell fiar ot alarming his "jt"('. :Shortly: truly J. W. Smith Preston, N. C. h\peofliin; and was in such agony from I ever used. 1 am now feeling

i It'll i fkIpllOD Miter nudmpht! he he('ame um-onscioiis. i Gentlemen:-For the sike of sufferingdyspeptics chronic indigestion that 1 prayed I might better than I have been in five years and
.. lHl, buvett He rt-mained in this condition until I render this, testimonial. pass from my Buffering. One day I learnedof fed more like a boy than I have felt in
n 10
> .:on .t Co. 3-41 this morning it was After suffering thirteen years from Indigestion Kodol Dyspepsia! Cure and decided to try twenty years.-Respectfully, Andersen I
rllt*. f.-nm- d..ath.t : (neuralgia of the stomach and all its it. I had taken but one teaspoonful of it Riggs. Sunny Lane, Tex.
I" ..".yurr. thought he had died but he revived I
"nd 01011") that time until shortly bei i
and truin
hd-l npare4 by E.e.DeWitt! Co..CIIlcaQo. SI.OObotUeeonhlnl tlms u ..uchbyictuilm! nur toentJ II tlitrilliz*\\ ice nil.for SOc..t..
ii.n- \idi'ath showed \\wonderful

tality, alti! ooeh he made no move.
u The !ned!< al men here had a banqmt -
Cures all stomach troubles
n... ,r. last night at which 111' J. H. Her-

ahl'. tic k, of the Rush! Mfilical college, delivered -
a lecture. Physicians were

t1 called from the banquet to attend the

l>.itt<>Et. They remained with him the f

; ,i'
+h :III given:! as cerebral hemorrhaRp.dxir.g 1 11t

:. been. an apoi.lttlic teiz- nor 4',,1.1 *n% eel.I. SCHOOI, M'PPLns Marston ft Jirina carry PARKER'S t i
-- ,
: .. : ., i ti. brain ."'pc; is Ifjruwhether! it touches tbfnt'airs At C, V. Thu Hlpsoti* No. 11 South the largest line of matting, C'ranw.HAIR and ..BALSAM."11'.... the h&If.tmuxin !
.--- .-- *:'+.1.1 came to Juli( t yesterday ( f nations (.r a ,'vltilll the head i I'aUlov.; t shades II I'amArl a t primthK .
window etc. .
I rugs, = ver Fftiii to Uriitore Ony
M i ;,. .Ik It.< :'ii""!! having been widely acUer- The conviction, says Tit.Hits, was forced Resides the standard lines of stationf t t\' littir to! HA VoutLful Color..
.". q. N. I -. I a> the principal orator for the uiKin a I.iu t'I\,1 I l v.oiuaii lne ry we have in tint, with envelopes I in the cityWe lay our frl .",!r II.'.| Itni:jftf'. j
\' ; > .. He he had l been ill for : match : free. 1PROIESSIOSAL
'. It.; Will ounty pro-iturr meeting. couchts-au. although!! to : matting
lOt. j. < '
h. It ,. 1I I "!Il! hl1nl"-) of not totting;; well, having: sexeral das. appeared 01:(' uturiiin Royal Cry-tal Ror.d. 'I II :: CARDS.

'" I. t...'n trouhled with :tome: apparently with his: hair closely mppcd.VliJ. I Hurd's Holland Roi.d.Ladies' .. .-.... .. -- .....
-- JJDlI,11'tomaC'h ailment.He "\ I"'unis.' said the mistress, Art Stationery.Foreiirn I
I alit HI.1'. : )ail Ktc.ArtUts' W. C. MONROE
was not willing to allow that to "whatever I't.t..l JMI in b.ntjour Material, Ollice Sup- ,

0.' .. ..n Interlere with his speech, however his hair cut while you had rush a badccAlV" plies' Mpinoranuum Book, Etc.
.aI.ncy l. :N icicsRestaurant
t. great interest in the South African .\lIl1t'w: and bright. ATTOJIXKY-AT-LAW!
1 t 111. struggle having been heightened by \\.11. mum," replied tl.e unabashedl 1 1I ,
I I -It takill'lolil.t.. this I lm ed
: ciiiiis. 1 do be 1
the announcement of the Hoer FW- risiiiii: ItfIIJ11iMODERN
... whir that whinixer I have lug hair rut Tne [hipiy p y Home belle; -- ..
: rou (fot jtS of a day or so ago.: It was ,
>, : nitii"U 1 take a hid: 1 could( 1'.. I thoiiilit:: to me
noted during the address that the ex- DENTISTRY
If M'lf! lll.'ll U..\V.lnle i had Ih,' could furnished home. 'farston i
-- -- of
threw unusual amount
1 : \ 1.1.. governor energy and feeling an : into his words, ou III tile, it would! be the tune of all in'!! tj- fJuimt can supply you -ATMODERATE-
others to jro hush yet iL-e. hair CUM
and the (collapse, the physicians think I
; u..".r. : his already ) clone, for by I that coui>e would! KIVCtinself ICitlt needed in the way PRICES.
r in.Ttf resulted just one cow (Id.\ Do Jou t-ce U1 of house furnishings at theoa'eStIrieec I I,, I
t v "j P. weakened\ physical! powers. reasuiiiif mum':'' i Call and
.. Ever since the failure of the niobpPavings power of tae ? rash or r.1"prif Em, Your Teeth Examined

\ ': Burr bank in is''rt.: in which h*> 1 C'.mj.nrIMnn."I : Oysters in all styles aiul get an estimate of the coat

>', unarmV out ut was invohed, Mr. Altgcld has not am so chicken hearted," simpered Mobile Oysters I of your work

riittal" been a well man and for months after the lady with the faKe ringlets ;is ..tu' ''Short I orders promptly DR. BOULTER

... .mud,....Ian.UK the: Spaldingrash it was feared that t xpItia I..llwr w-are aIi lit bur::;lirs. HKLIVKREPTO ANY filled IT't S.I'alalelIppnkile em""'flt.
,I. :. hI :.. his life was only a question of a short .y" ,,'III," ap-ceil the policeman: v. ho. PAKT OK THE t/ITY. .

n:51T:: Urn>. \Vhen serving; his lat year as had M'-irchcd the h<>u W. C. ROWE M. D.
.1 v,,P loin In governor hib health was none of the be r niitiiiucd under his breath ")'1111 ,
tbl' t-'t.h. >> UNION nESTRUnA affords I
+ rl"nlm
.'1. 'a: Yx.tut IN'rt.1Yhen. are not --prill chicken hearted not bya learned that he was a Halliwill'u1t'ricolu, I
it .
was shot.-
Ions;' (oi a. m nnd 10'.p.m.
\\ ., I..1. victim of locomotor ataxIa his friends Frank L. Wilde, Private parlor for anti 8ft" uVtt! .

i' gave him up. Although he rallied DANGERS OF PNEUMONIA.A Proprietor Opposite Union Depot. i dinner parties. I II I Phono on.
l t \ ,;>pultlOO.irfc... from this, he was never again his old
All cold at this time if neglected i*

... ..r guarlill'11)'. 1r1hnl.a vigorous self. liable to caue piieunioiiM which i<
Lfttely, however the disease mark- -often fttal. and even w lien the
I'll. >..* ('.i him strongly and quit.- recently his patient: In* recovered! the lun

apitearance caused grave torebodings' weakened!, making them peculiarlyuceptible

V 1' anJ anxkty. His mind was just asclear to the dq't'lt-pment of
o- AT 0
and! active as of old but thouth: consumption. Foley Honey and
if mill par Tar will -top the cough, heal: and
the flesh was
: !.t Olf Ad- the spirit was willing
IUftfi strengthen the lute:s and preventpneumonia.
_. wi'ak. ; \\'. A. 1)'AI mberte
I" > 1 fry .1I\t IiI C'Iar-nep Harrow a hff.lonfrifn.l/ BRHMNER'SFor j
lil: :South I'ilafox "tl'eet-
i fall -ll fur 1
law of the former gorernor -- -
and partner --
w a. r..l.J i' :Mus
uNf reached! here this morning! and
On Ihr I'nriu
OJ tID ply 1>.-.T took charge of the body. It is said '1'atlnr. I awl tired with ambitionKilKe the Next Ten Days I
\ r.fIY. 0' nonlf
had lin'd.lpnlin ,
that the governor died! as he I rItIP lolls from '.ollie.. I I :

I.TIt \'. for the cause of the )lowly.' \br .l T.eld f-r :m-tloa where I I -
wait :i > !i
o:= ..
_. Mr I Altgeld. in the speech! which sntuetliiim.Ycll. ." i -o
can :
'N1.1Ii11ORNN: ; ; Z-I :
.. tatcd to b*> hU la:: ..t. declared that thenis the fortyiicie ; ; .
tad hicx: '.,'lur. *"I.! sac \ lilY iw.y. Having Finished Taking Stock, find of Odd* and Ends in all departments
!rdtr.rr-" Ivitnr owed debt
of humanity a ti -id.
all ti lends lot. whi! <-h i< a rather I
"'ua I. of latitude to Governor Yates forisstiint You :wilt! try a little action in that : and in order to Close these Out and make room for VVESPJHJfG\[ ; GOODS i

." uuprrrdlnoainutrrd I ; a proclamation soliciting IItti.tan !'- with a plow! and a pair of horses, and I to Arrive Soon, we (/note prices below that n'ill l1W1)them at once.

chritp>-.t ; ( f for the Hoer women and chiljrrn If you stick to it joti can accompli! (

.Id.":!+Nr.ktlr.: .. ftrIetIprllt..urun:..o' in the concentration camps which sot'H'thiii:; "-New York Herald. i 1 ;"M) yards Outing Flannel worth I l,"iO yards Fancy Calico, worth 4'\ Pairs Bop,' :-olid L"atlierShues I

1 =Ld.! the \\ orl.\'. HIP Hritioh are maintaining; SouthCou'd > PI -_ I:'NLN iN' -fri( a. I- "t..rl. C hililren In ..Itpnn.Jiipau 1.Xsyard4 Outing Flannel l. worth I :2t yard Red and Navy Blue OS Pair. lhnvs' Solid Leather Shoes,

; -Ull.ll.U-.--.- has only one orphanage, yet 10c.. to clo-e at ,I"C. I i Calico..., warranted fat, 41..c. yard. MiiT quality worth #i.7'), our prieR
., -- In other laud are fatherless children A good assortment of Dre-s (ioodsin fl.2.:;.
Not Breath no hl'< ) Roys' Single and Doiible-
r.l'| far *: .t|>nu], desirable colors in pl-iiu\ and
.. po.. better cared furlIvory: family 'ar '" Brett=ted quit*. worth $l.u to $1.23; 12: Pairs; B.ys'ew Orleans: Cable .
v.r I.lmi N. .c1 hUH"i l'O\,. OMih-5.::! coM*. croup !.::rir, Itron. fur the ,sick destitute orphans, ut-ar- fancy, worth '! aC., ijlc.) Toe: and $1 1 <00, to eI\-, at Toe. and :,':ae. suit. :Screwed Shoes sizes JJ to 5, worth
l-.i.\-f. ,'"hr".1o.fI chitiother throat amt lunir trouble-. cr-.tition thata to close at 15c., ;);ic., 50c. and "j: ::. #J. lI.our price l.2ii. ,
.',,,.. est to it. There Is a siu T-1 Boys' Doubltd-Rreaa'.ed Suit ,
are iiickly cured by One Minntf yard. SI Pairs Child's Shoe=, 6 to tit Solid 1
| thil.hIliou1e is accursed, and iwo- i worth Jl."jii and |-:,0)( to close
Velvets to
: 1 f Toe. Silk at
CrlpIillutl': Cousrl: : All oar Leather worth '
I I ; 4.4 H .' 1.)_. .. ,.. .. Cough Cure. are Dot blss.,l with chiMreiiof #I.lo and $ :>> U.fM.OUI' price 4Sc. \
-- pleho 50e.
at yard.
Cure i I.* not a totem expectorant close I. 4I'airs; Misses' htoes< 4 to 12, i r
>.ttK.i>od-.Mnauf.toiurrrl H..t. loiirl which give< only temporary relief their own never rest till they haveadopted 1 lot of :Silk Remnants at half- :! Roys' Doubled-Rrea-ted and Slid Leather, worth 1.2-1, our price I ': .
r-w W. Iuerrunirale It-often-and: liquifies the mucous. some waif. price. Three-Piece Suitworth: $:itsi to Taf. .
ilriwout the lull.unntion and re- 1 lot yard-wide Percale worth S4.50, to clo-e! :it 52: X; to R25: : suit. 1-2 Pairs' Shoes, 13 to 2, 't'I' 1

i "" IK*i..iI.. nio\e; the cui-e of the diea-e. Ab Chronic Diarrhoea. lue. to cloe at 7'ac. yard. I We carry" full line of Men's worth $1.G, cur price h5c. J''
1 -_ ojutelyafe.. Act at once. '-(ant' l.iM; yjrd= 4-1 IJlfjched Domestic I :Suit-i. from $t5a to 110 lit). to close\ at You -houSd look at our line of
1 S .I;.\ >: C. Ii. \\'in,fit>ld. of Fair Play, 4 .. :JO ,
ur -p..rll111011'\ \ Minute[ Tonsil Cure will do all thiIclaimed Mr. chronic no starch: at c. yard. percent di-count. Children's Fine Shop*. v 1 'II'
t.i 1"I r"iIlIY i \ for it," say* Justice oftP Mo., who suffered from 1
: dim IVaco J. tj. Hood,Cro-by. Mi[ j.**. dysentery for thirty-five years says .

I .f ty'a.ll ,._ "My wife could not get her brl'ltllant I Chunbeflain's Colic did, Cholera him: more arid F. E. BRAWNER'S ;
.. : """'"' relived by the fir*t dove Diarrhoea Remedy
,1 t IlIr,1 Lrlgnllea : benefit to all mjfunily. good than any other medicine he PALAFOX"i
been a
It ha*
,. .
fllr eu"lolU..fI.II.t used. For sale by all
I n:. \ Grrgury. ." H-irirU' Pharmacy John J I had ever ever and medicine dealers. I f() lO:) SOUTH
:wd1UI Sheppard: Sidney Kahn. druggists

,. '- ..,.-. -> ",- ,' ..- -.".- """,,, ....,-.'!t'Y"o,1. ,...- #4<< .A>41 J..;... }. !j jffI\ ...'-... ""., '- "T"",> --..- .'_-':' '<- "




__ -
It Girdles The Globe. 'II ............
.. ....
"tj1i in a (a'u "Saved Life and Kept The fame of Bucklen's Arnica
h ( "1t My 1N(AMUSEMENTS. Salve, as the best in the world, extends FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLYIt's .

I t p ; SOCIETY EVENTS round the earth. It's! the one ___u .

::11 Me from Insane flsylam" perfect healer of Cuts, Corns, Burns; r.
I, ; I rn I II 252S25252.S252S Bruises Sores Scalds, Boil, Ulcers I
I ,II \ 11 Felons Aches, Pains and all Skin ;;
..1\ rn AND PERSONALS -- Eruptions. Only infallible Pile cure. Ii5c I' This eAt ;

'of1 !I I :: a box at W. A. D'Alemberte's.
Il ,; L IrsVilcox! is Now in THE LEHR AND I

#! 525i'S25i95'5Z52525252t NAVAL STOKES MAItKF.I.Reported '

j j-ill 1 ( Parodi hf Pay: Point is amonj Perfect Health Throughno WILLIAMS COMPANY Daily-for The New. b11 I|

t I. { the visitors here toda. Union Naval Stores Co. I Time
'f 4 I
Other thanPAIXE'S ;
J. Knowles Hyer left la-t niht! Agency R08IJC. :

I If I for :New Orleans on a bu,ine,s trip.I ww _"...._ S{ $ H ... M r i
i WG._ 3..1; U. .. II' t
I -., Hon. John M. Calhoun; of Mariana !II. ._.. .. .a.5. If .... I 3i .
I r W z >.> f . 1:111
1 I i I; aiming; prominent viII K ......... S t."i I. _. .. .... i -'."' a SHOE for the Men. On SATURDAY 5
,I I tore here today. 1.,.. ..... 1 ;> C; A below.... 1 -)
I ,1// Compound.Earnest BriRITB Tn Ft' TI!"'-4.'lsMiake -'i. r will sale
I 4: Alex McKinnon and U.Patter- r- Celery ) a we place on

I I .l ,."u of lu-ch!p.e are aiming; the ;t loin Your.hnea r

I j 111 guest at the Mrrcnaut; today. Allen's Foot Ea". It rests the feet Cures ;
: fI. 1 Th- I.adieAid! Society of the Cora. Bunionn. Ingrowing Nulls Hnollen 114
i J r: f and $Swratini fert. At all druggists and ,
}'rp.b ')f'riHI church willm..t with and Candid Statements .
I I. ;:)Ij t b shoe stores.:>c. Ask today. C.
j ;!k Mr I *. U'X M. Il>buiioii I-'riJiy at ."y' ---
r'1 : 4 p. m. Made by a California Lady. Chronic Constipation Cured. PAIRS OF SHOES

J\11\ tj t.W Mr*. Thom.u I':. (Silb r and -- m .4 The most important discovery of AT .
: (irftc1.r3LC.lialltrr, of Cucin- I is the
"l 1 recent wars positive remedy
t t aaI wereuuoaz the arrivjU at thee.111lbta The absolute need of an I:onetaud I a for Cascarets i
constipation. Candy
k. J' i.. }:- last Li'ht.Hon. ;genuine iu'I orator and health Cathartic. Cure guaranteed. Genu- $1.35PAIR.

{ If. il 1l 1: n-lIj.' :S. Li'id'ii.Vill H. Priceaiul \\ in. H Farl-y of Mm.iitna
; el on the ir.iud of tveiythiukiir sold in bulk. r
1I Druggists, loc.
R j arrived in the t-ity l iJ-t

t >> 'l a bu-iiiH-44 trip. 1'tiey ;are t'Ue.t- ; and intelligent nun aud .r! .

,I f h' 4tt1! K.cainbia.F.ieut.: woman. 7you wish the rery lent '
'I- f oi Vici Kid. Box Calf; and Colt Skin, Lice and I.
: :, r. Herbert, a .tlllllr )HDII. Hilry The happy cure of Mr-. J. I K.Vil- ice cream freezer at the
. \ (II t ; zoel'lj New and :Shapely Good*, and you will woud'r. ,
A, It..rh..rt..f1,11 l mu, arrived cox, of WinterCal... tljinu: ,::: ti.e
I : the Willis
can do it. but at this price fir
: yterday from I Ii<>tou it u reported use of 1'aine'Celery I'niiipouud.creited .'i i, ud tar duty. Hardware Co. please
t r. i i nary y can
t-t"i: ;J- i. ;
"I widespread ; i SATURDAY ONLY !
II -U t-edlUrf l.lHlt inllll.: N 1141 It I
a l')," "t t'l-'i,.\villbeordeied, to (.'harle J"r amung-t her II It.lId- and you. ._ _

.19 j I t "ji. neighbors who werti-\ '>,, uui.uyaiiou ; ,I You will never wih totakl'an"th- r' ;

( I I .\ pl..a..illj announcement to all re;,:. rdin;; her cohdii;< u. er doeof pilN if you once try Ch.un- MEYER SHOE CO.

I, tl ; W,.1 attended the TlMllnf liilhon The be-t medical: treatment JI| berlain's Stomach and Liver 'lab- .
1 here M that thed I let. 1'111'are easier to take and
i even to five Mr I ? Wilcox h'w Uayfrelief
f I Junior (Sudd of ('hll-t church willuive more pleasant; : in effect. They
,\ fl from her -utlcnntmui ..: .
l clean; : the boweK For ale by all feet Furtii-herr, -> for Ca )Ii, Oul,,,
I' J a ( iib-iiti (''alndtr: fiitertainiiieut and body. At la-(. P.ttur'eierv
I'I at Cluttt.r'.i 'tu-tC Hall on thetNtiin CutnpounJ.lV'eI her from a tetnbfe druggists.. and. medicine dealers.
I ---- --- -
L ,: ,'f April. 'I'herh will also end ai.d planted her ft'tt Jimay on I 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.

'.1 !h.. nia-ic. d'IIII'III l : and rttlre.hllleub. the tuck ot health. Water coolers that do not
:. ,ltl\:; #*I d ." 1 Tlrket- sat l cent. steal Mrn. Wilcox's letter of te-ti- I'I waste ice at the 1 Willis! 1%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%..
,. dear reader, and If"ou
,; i Heriiun J. H<>wl.ind, who for a tiiotiy I!
t I iiuiub of yeir* has been exp re*? maiu obdurate and unbelieving after This company of artists; come to Hardware Co.'s.Garden .. -
-- ---
r ui --ent'er between' here ,and Flotn- such au earue-t and convincing{ con- Pen-acola: tar of five
1 < ;.t 'ii, ha- been tran-ferrej to Mont t'e.--iou of cure nothing but a direct an engagement< tools in endless T :;;: ............ .............. ...... ...... ....... ...... ...... -- .. 1
night* and usual: matinee commencingTuesday. :
\ IItfwltfC" he will: act in thai act of Providence can snatch you
"! rock bottom
.. from the dangerand of March IN The Montgomery l'al'ietyand at
between M.inUomery
', f kt I i und.une New capacity: : OrleanMr.. Holland' position. Mrf. Wilcox -ay- :- Journal! has the following to prices at the JVillis Hardware .j

i I:rl, t tt '" i/ 'M.nitf"i"fry family! willl".n', where" in ,a they few day will* for infuture I It.'tllt Celery my duty C mpoUlJd'lIll to tell you what1'aine'i fur say: of: this excellent: repertoire company Co.'s.Cleaning -- :! w mH ij [ n rrfW

}'; I relde.Kev. me. tome year* my head troubled ladies skirts and waits'is '
F I s t me so that it --temed I should; be The Lehr-Willuns!: company played of Star Ladn-
one our specialties.
r I Linn U. Walker has extendedv crazy. it was caused by over-tudy. "TrUs, or Beyond the liockies." dry 'I! ti
t v c<>rdial: invit:Uions t.i the nieinhrri I a-ked the advice! of two doctors
la-t night to a crowded house which THAT A LOT OF )
i 1 ;{ of hit church to m' et with him who save me medicine to 110 etlect, i
t: athp.mall..II\\.tUr...;,>iy street and 1 did not know what I would gave evidence! : of its usual enjoymentto : 1..()- 'l'. i

)1" nji/ht -it o'clock.' 'I Ir. Walker i,> do. I did not want to see any one. their productions by close attention ---.------- ---- -. I $12fOOO.OOWORTH

\ I. j :ii.c a- -1\1o.t-) ii rt. iniuif to theE had a tired 1.1"-i-iu- : ftthLF, uy piece is a sensational returning to.1:1: K-yser. ml.;tt
1 comedy
!I III"ut:1: [' 11111,!: of youth people bowels were out ot older uv kid'uey OF1CLOTGING
I will, tH' ill-. ii--ed. It i" e-peoiilly drama full of startlingituations ,1
troubled mI:'. and 1 felt badly, .
,,. .""I 1 .: ,. ".-, ''It ...Humid: iv ich'i'd pupilhe\ but before I !Dad taken hal of "I and unexpected climaxes, giving I I ""ron""'h'"HI__ ,:.=."I''- .. .

I ,' 1 : Imttle of 1'arlte'.Celrry Ouipnund I full scope to the: excellent comedianswho I L'olt r moms KENT informaliouapiil-Two handsomely}furnis'iert at It.\:.Lr :1
J f Celt like a new perron. pour h ttl"cur..J delighted the audience with :-iF.Io IIk\'. i.\ml.- : t AND GENT$ FUN1U1N G GOOD :
MANGLED me and 1 would recommend: it
il'I'' BY to all wtio feel the way 1 did. I can't their inimitable: interpretation* of cicmvNKITHKlt NOTU 'E'oi. 1

,'iat-e it hull epoUril, for I know it the comic roles.: - the captain-, ovn--- 1 Is thrown on the market and sold to

-:1H": my life and kept me tumi 1111- The intervals between acts were: : .rs nor cominnft-s of the
? j>ti-ouineut la ai nisaii'aylum, filled with admirable specialties tat ship AnniliAiH; will l be i consumers at less than the '
h GAR WHEELS death:' I for debts
winch !" as bad as responsible contracted -
: the most the by the crew of said vessel
jllil k amons; pleasing being I '
I cost of manufacture ?
i T. KirroKF.
DIAMOND D>ES. The only| u-' and un- and :
dance of Mater
song Johnnie \V .
.. ;, N Key "r.t Co., Captniu.Coniignees.
d.ltrrited.t. 'I crll.'k' \.r :aI .
i 1 William*, who displays remarkable i limit

i+k ... "'lu"I.r-i : w.t-! al'II."J oil 0.> talent for one of such tender age. NOT SHODDY GOODS! : '
"r,.I I '\irly" n'iiiiij; < trim to lay -tated ELOQUENT PSYCHOPHTSICSH

l ( tint lust aftt-r leaving: t Flotr.atou the TO DAMON LODGE The ella Clayton Company, which Taught liy the Itnhton College ul > -BUT A- eMCLEAN *

% I'f f holds the boards at the opera house 1'18'I"'all''hI." | ', the 1
i t trait ran n\er and mangled: horribly ::) IH Art otKnowing \
this week, is drawing; good house*. ; \\ hat to Il.>. Hr,,, in 1111 iI,
,. .iI :t 'A bite mill who had either been A most entliu'ia-tiL- :and largely I NEW STOCK:
f Tile "Prentice Trio" are up-to-date \\ hen to Ii.> it. ami \\ ""1'''. Ymi F FF'
t' attended W:1I.d 1 i.ii la-t
la..lttp.IIU the track: or had been; meeting; : iu their specialty act;. (lliiveit and Don't Know it. MiMiiiiairrn ;
II t'I drunk aid was unhide to take e':', Tue-day eveuing; by Damou Lode Hate it and Know it 1\ 1 YOU ARE WISE.: AND: IF yor'AT: TO EfOXOMU/: .

No.: is: K. of I'. Anon:; tte mo-t in.I .f I DOXT: FAIL TO CALL AT THE BIG nTO) \\' :Slou: \ t !
ry1CBo pliysiCN u
of him..-lf. (;'uo Vadi* will be presented at the: Inl1l'p..nolihl. to
I tH-tin features "f the i.L-ca-i; >n the luung mother and all )head of fainili.. i OF THE LEVY-l'or COMPANY: WHERE TIlE :SALE\ -
I collected and I opera; house Monday iih bt. Seats: It fetches them the art of governing their t t.J
I The remainwere were the eloquent and instructive cliililrcn without puai-iliiiifnt., Taught by NOW ('.OIO: ( AXD: PROVIDE YOURSELF WITH 11'111.!

q \" n charge of by the railroad em,. a .I- one of the best attraction: on the War 1" weeks' cour it per w eek bendfl
) but thtre could Icj found]I'' D-nmelly and Rev. J. A. g"IlIftt.llt""v. and receive our timt Legion giving Innrurtlon 1 .
.t ; road and the hou-e will no doubt be I ,; also our Announcement and
:'t.inh t -by which the unfortunat, Duinelly's: address pertained packed. Spt'rinl i'untrart arran, mn to furni-h .
second rank Mudt-ntswlth' in.iterinl to teach others and
the of the
to obligation
I .hvidtul could l II>) JMlititied.. Ill form rlni-e*. & Beers
1 and! was a rare treat to the knights Winter cousrha are apt to result in Manvut our students are clearing i.'t< perweek .. :
from thHirncnmi cla.! :Never .
01 f r ?
: widescribed II" b nu; a nun ;, pre-eut.: Next Tuedayev.; aingthei coH>ullll'tJlIlIlf| neglected. They can fore has there t.een such a great uppurtuoity -

;t.M: :I. ,:" "tfctue. III clotb-M were 0:f 1.:11 I iti-t., bu>il e. of importance to b.> oon broken up by tt-inj Foley's fur people skilled in this hn. .AS .
I Honey and Tar. W. A. D'Alem- llu-re I.atthepre.enttime. Addrell.n- Levy-Pou's Old Stand. ,
: it I iit.ite.d|, hut1'1' every knizht will be trail-acted ; : tan ('ull"l(. o. rrncllcal !''} :bolcgU I 1
l: : 1\\ t -uet quality .' berte. 121 :S.: Palafox. I'oluintiiii ..., Ho.lolJ. Ma"The ...
other thing, a of the L TT T T T T T _
;tmoug report ; T Trr' rr T T r T T T .I
f' I very lUiI'l It -utb: ll aud'mwed' evidfir
I' Grand Lode ropre-entative will be
fr f ol! i.iuc'1: -" rvic". '
- -
... received.! All knights! are cordially' Cup that Cheers,

invited to attend.!
tt t k WORK COMMENCED -- --- ,- -- but not inebriate*." i is a I line written *e $" CC 4.CC OOC*
TIt"tI'I"O| ; i>f llic 1 originally to apply to tea : but the o o
ft : ON FLOMATQN DEPOT Tin- organ::; i> liie! uiti-t mauitiC'nt
,I' expression adapts; itself a< will to
and fiiirprolu-iMu* of all I:! musical in-
.' --- Mr'UiiiintVlae, the of [Pan -r4f s' Cotfee-if of the better grades-the ? SMOKE WATER !

Loin-Mile N.nlmlle 1 K.ul-I.i. pipes .... .. ....
[]I If Tne! aside fr m teat njjtUU-al pers'inaji?, only kind we handle. We'll beglad _v.. N .. i
1 i. .ji ha- commenced to
r >id ( lilY
'II1P inilirat' a n'n ancient uoPIf piles aa to have: you rive! u* a trill order

I ;, clear away tin wreckage of the a ui>'.iis uf |"iiinluin; um..i'ul i l 'UinU, with a stood selection of our Fancy Mudiu I I Uduwnr

',;*{ burned de1,1t l at Fllulitouandw ill tin"water ,.r;:an of the amiftitfur- and Staple Groceries. Prices:' Guaranteed g I i

begin to I lay the fllIhllll)1J for the I iisli.'S to the Mudi-ut of organ; history at I +1

new build iu.t ininie'lutHly. About !i, the lir-t tnntril.leltv rocanltiz! tie! remote 0

I. one hundred! nu'ti are IIIW at work :,( etolutioii of the iiiMruinont. In Pat <> AT 0

r and the building wiil t hOj rusiiei t1 the sttiiinl ct-ntury tinnia_rli-ti.i. an Meugh's>> <> 0
ori.iii: IIf ten pii't's with a cniilu kt-y- ;
c-'inpletion at a- early! a day a; poll
:, .ihlt' iMKipl.! is saUl to have e.\i>-ti''!. but acj Phone iNi. o The Big Store.

i j I counts of this htetrument are in\ov.Hl: Corner PaUfoxand Rlmanatreet:! <)
in much oi'M-iirity. It !I., averred that ,
GOOD WORK. 4> 0JUiiliam
: an tirsaii.: tae gift of OnHt.uit'.iii1. was

j'' '' ''' Proper Food Makes-Marvelous- Chages. I in the |I",,,-,>: >HIII of Gins IVpin of .5rv rr. iiui rurrui'rtriuisHvsurr! ( ( ( / <> fr\ {rill Our Entire Line of HPRINO ()

I' : Prance In 7,">;. I.utIoHIt'IIII.. a itinnk. o / UNDER11 EAR
was Slightly
1 L't l Providence is sometime ('ft'lt..1! makes mention. of an organ with "jtpipeV ,! : ,r g
e}It : with direr tine the toot&tiby so sine as far bacK as the year "i"). orrirnnrALFRED g : I i Damaged by smoke and water
pie! a way as the realms, of a food ads : on the Steamship "Winifred.'
'-A \'rtiH'ml'lll, \ The Tnrgool.e.The MOOG /\ '1 The Entire Lot will be offered I
ti : A lady nut in Shelliini.: Mo..ays. militoJ 0 "e'ROYAL \
tuniuoiv.' a'.thoiu'li: not for sale
., ,' "Atxmt\ t\\o \eari ao I ions compi'lledto :: j RUl5MNTS
r" the from my s( l hlM,1 tcaduni I"*- '' with either r"IIIt..lInl ur prut..tlI'rt'p THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE: :
y : broken down! erties, so far ns dis-oa.oe! was concenul *
'. i' cane waslmpl..t.I) WHOLESALE l l l : : 0o SATURDAY&M0NDAY ATiCREATLYiREDUCED; PRICES
", I Ii\ja. )i with n.1'\oilS prostration..uffere.l was: nevertheless regarded: as a kind -.
I I agony in my b.nk. My of sympathetic iiulu-atur. the Intcnsit/ .
&',.,.t,.,'. t I,' Jul,!I:!. i" -. hands and ftvt would! swell up l1i;l1ts. :1 of Its color U'ini; t.uppOMI to fluctuate The Lot Embrace? Ladies' ',,-'. & 1

..',!I( i, 14' 1 was in a dreadfully in>r\u\is condition with the health of the wean-r Liquor Dealer A :1.- IJ.t
.r't, :: irritalilo. with a dull heavy headache The \lrtiu of thestud" i :
;, Litter however liy and Children's ht Kobe, J-.l
I had n" appetite and! couldju.t
cntmually :
1 ( rl ht earned, cvulil. It was said; '" rl
r dist: anything: if I tri.- I was ;{
't-ff.t.'J'n.. i '; .:;:. unable' to miu'nibor what I read! and fall from any hri.r'ut with ImpunitjTin1 IN IM'.XSACOLA. Skirts, Chemise Drawers, \, .l: 4
t tb'.1t :: of Vili-na's fool!, h "' &
ManiiiU \\l'\.r. ,
I. of unfit for
( was < nurse my .c.;
:"t.-t', oth- was iiOI1W\\ hat nearer the truth wln-n! Dresses, Infant1 Wear, Etc. 'i: IW7\
a? r ,: 'r Some' said I had cons'imption.' .... ",
r' C1; II ersaid dropsy. Our day a. if by lie re\erM'il the taywlar.upt'rstitou ui : I .2'LL
1; 'Ir : 1 ..,
&, 1'k \ ].in\uli-nre.. I read testimonial: of a his as-ortiou that the wearer of a tc;; WINE TALK TO THE PUBLIC -- fJI'; II I v

t. : .r I' 'tt i I.y! WHOM'\ symptoms' tintold wonmuili of howJrapeNuts the! quoisr Might fall from the top of a 1 am just In receipt of Hhipmenf Direct from San Kranoisco or'50. 5= ""i, : (>
1, *.one as mine and hi :h tower and! l-e d.ishi-J to pieces Casof WINE of the Very Heat imifurnm Product such as tf. Don't Miss this Op-
t t I < : ]lrf'akfastI.. ,I bad cured <) ( i : *
f fti without breaking! the.tin.'. :
Jj 1 ',I\ ',+ her so I com hided! to try it. ? Claret. Zinfandel. Tokay-All Kinds of White Wines.
; .' il 1': I left off the old! fashionod breakfast : portunity to Pur-I! I' J $
l .! I Gral'lIt: a httlf (..neat. of lie Ilor..eboe.It =- The e are Pore Good and Every Bottle Guaranteed. I sell themeither : j 1\, \
i}) 't I -i;L and bewail : Is known that the hoof. .if homes :"Jill by the BOTTLE or CASE at the same Price as you would pay
i jd'{ I fruit and a cup of IWum Food Cof I for an Inferior article. When you buy from Moog, you get the HKS1. chase Fine Goods Ii'( I 0
R. '- ft..'. That was S month ago and i were protected by. bouts "f leather at avery respecttullv II(:: ,
I' 1. have steadily improved in both body early pi-riol in the world's h:.tery ALFRED MOOG.PROMPT .:: / 0
: and mind lrapl'-"utsllr'ahf. >t Food,! 1 I.-at a time which at lea.-t antedates : at Bargain Prices. L..ROY-\L.i
t'; ..j :IPliOno 374. PROMPT DELIVKRVIce .
..(.. has done more for nu than all the Plmy and Aristotle, both of wh.>ai i'J. ..
medicine I have ever taken and I am make mention of the fact. These leather I 11 ii'I i
1. '
well again: and able to return once b'iuU were sitnetiuios studied with U"VUJ"1JIH1Jlv, 1 y

l t .11'11 ;.i1'nuw; more to my school duties and able to" metal nails!! but more usually:: worn f
it Son.
'r 11' do anything necessary in my work. without extra trimming! the! cheapness; I0ljn0on
s I'! My mind is clearer ant my body thz' OA.STOnZA.tb .
cream fn ; ;n
of that commodity making It potslbta!
than ever before. Please do iCa C sd Y1a Naa
Ij H stronger tb I'iapo iISlp&tue t
Iii for the owner of the steed to "reboot" a1 I. 0
.j! tr .it 1 not publish my name. Name given b) freeze quirt tIn Willis

II 'j'j i I:; ?; IVitum; Co., Battle Creek Mich. 1 him at any'- time.. -;" '- .... ,, Hardware GJ.'S. rt 7'+ I .................... .. 6t .\

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